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62 Years In The Ta Community Groups Win City Council Delay SEE STORY ON PAGE 2-A For Illegal Dumping SEE PAGE 3-A Family Proud Of First College Grad SEE PAGE 9-A FAIIUans Upbeat -. About Future SEE PAGE 21-A Woman Fatally Stabs Brother -SEE PAGE 23-A .... : .. ;.. WEDDING VOWS EXCHANGED Leisa Green and Robert Everett were married last Saturday, June 23, 2007, in a 4 p. m. ceremony. Jhe wedding was held at the Omar Lightfoot Rec reation Center in Temple Terrace. Reverend Antonio Hawkins, pastor of Faith Institutional Baptist Church, was the officiating minister. The bride is a popular hair stylist and the groom is self-employed. (Photograph by Jerry_ Brunson)


,..... 0 0 C\1 FEATURE. -Community Groups Singled Out By Council Win Delay z ::: .., ).:' ic( c a: LL. c -a: LL. c z < c en w ::: 1-> a: w > w c w ::z:: en ::J Ill ::: D. z i= w ...J ...J ::: Ill ...:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL. <( N w CJ BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Tampa City Council decided Thursday to delay making any decision regarding the ordinance that allows a pair of Overlay Committees to review land use requests. With Councilman Charlie Miranda the only dissenting vote, the Council agreed to wait until the West Tampa CDC Board Chairperson, Dr. Margaret Fisher returns before they make a decision on the future of the Overlay Committee. The city has 8 Overlay Committees, but only West Tampa's and East Tampa's have a provision that land use requests be reviewed by those groups. Councilman Miranda said in his opinion, no group should be treated different in the zoning process. "Either all the Overlay groups review the land use requests or rione: I think when that discussion is made, it needs to be made before this Council. I don't mind lengthy discussion about rezoning. I want it done in the open, pure and clean." Couricil Chairperson Gwen Miller pointed. out that the fact that only East and West Tampa have a .requirement that site plans be sent for their review, is fine but single out only those two to dismantle the overlay committees is cherry picking. Councilman. John Dingfelder said the ordinances need to be focused on. "One part says the city sends the package to the CDC and a second says the should be considered by review by the CDC. These are separate issues. We shouldn't be delegating that process to the groups, but that review should take place us. "Now, we split this in half. End the package, but don't make them a part of the review process." Councilman Thomas Scott opened by saying, he doesn't think they'll like what he's gong to say, but he'll say it anyway. "This is about the process. Once they are appointed, they must operate in the sunshine. Nowhere in the code does it say a plan has to be reviewed before it comes before the Council. I strongly support a hearing be assigned. Then everyone would get a chance to speak. Too much time is being spent on these discussions. The issue is process and fairness." Councilman Scott said in his opinion, a developer would be crazy to come before them about a project without first meeting with the neighborhood associations. "That process has to remain the same." Councilman Miranda said he agrees with Councilman Scott about the process. "Most developers meet with the associations. The law only requires notices be mailed out I'm saying this should be done for all, not just for these two groups." West Tampa CDC Board. Vice-Chairman, Joe Robinson, said their chairperson, Dr. Margaret Fisher, would welcome the chance to provide input before the Council makes a decision "We're asking this subject be tabled until our chair returns." Residents from the community then addressed the Council. Delphine Jones: "I don't' get paid to do what I do. I go through the area talking with elderly citizens who have been victimized by contractors. I don't see a difference about eraldine Williams Smith Attorney-At-Law 2504 East 12th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-8060 Phone -. {813) 248-8282 Fax Areas OfPractice: Probate Property Criminal *Appeals Bond Motions Felony Misdemeanors Traffic Warrants VQp Personal Injury 3111 W. MLK Ste,IOO Tampa, FL (813) 774-1800 Zl' chuckgreene@hotmail.com t= 'lli>Nrios"....,..IIOAlrrpmaldr

_ -FEATURE "TT. :::c c Man Arrested For Dumping Tons Of Trash lnvard c... c: z m N A 56-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday and charged with grand theft and illegal dumping. Police learned of the incident after residents in the area began calling Code Enforcement. According to Detective Jon Belk, the living in a home in the 16 'oo block of E. 32nd Avenue woke last Thursday morning to discover a huge mound of trash du_mped in their front yard. Several calls were received by the Code Enforcement alerting them to the illegal dumping, Detective Belk said. RONALD L. BRUCE ... Charged with Illegal Dumping, Grand Theft .!D N 0 0 ..... Detective Belk said their iilVestigation 'led them to Ronald L. Bruce, who lives near the home where the trash was dumped. "He was using a flatbed trail. This home located in the 1600 block of E 32nd is whe're Bru'ce is er to pick up trash ?"i?m rehab-have dumped an 2 tons of debris. hers iri the area Buthe had Let your-home give : the Third Equity FlexlineM Prime Now, you: can turn all your hard work into a better tomorrow with a Third Equity F lexline Borrow up to 100% of your home's equity-. to pay off high -interest bills, for home improvements. higher education : ?r_ a vacation It's a well-earned bonus f'_ .. _-Call 813-306-2553 or .walk in any --Fitth Third Banking _center location today. :FIFTH .THIRD BANK. www.53.com I to n!'>'ilw illd aWrov.t For a li1e SIS,OOO-$1,000,000. ttl! Viiiable is as low as Prime 1.01% aoo is arrendy 714% as ot5A0/07. A mi1inun aaw ot SlO.OOO is For alile AlruJI PellPiltage R.U (APR) is as low as Prilll!-51%aoo A nilinllfndraw ot1S.OOO For a lile of lS.OOO-$49,999,1he vmk! APR is as low as aoo is CllreniiY 8.25% as ot rates mav vary ard ae ir-.:lexed to ttl! Prilll! Rate as Dtilisted daiy in The Slreel fasll!ll E!Bion 'Money Rates" ta!R. Appicable rate varies depeooilg on )lllr ae 2i st, the. trash had been Detective Belk estimated dumped in he r yard." that the mound weighed z Police learned during the approximately two toris. He :::1 investigation that Bruce went planned to have it weighed in to New York that weekend order to seek reimbursement r;-with his family. from the suspect when the Detective Belk said r case goes to court. Employees r Bruce and the elderly f h c f T m woman's son are acquainted. 0 t e tty 0 ampa-w1 -:::1 During Bruce's. absence, remove t.he trash from the z the owners of the trailer locathome. ed it on Saturday, June 23 rd, Bruce was charged with m and contacted police. Another grand theft of the trailer. and load of trash, was on it at the felony littering He was :l: time it was located, police released from the 0 m said. Hillsborough County Jail-afte r "Code Enforcement, Cal posting bond. Worthington, of Clean City, Reporter I1is B. Holton the Solid Waste Department, can be CQntacted at (813) -< and 'the Tampa. P.olice 248-1921 or by e-mail at Departm ent all worked togeth. iris@flsentinel.com. rn Tlle. florlda Senlnel -W111 Be: Jiily 4111. HOND MOTIONS ILLEGAL STOPS PROUATION \ SEAL I EXPUNGE RECORDS l\liSDEl\IEANORS Board Ccrtiticd Criminal Trial Attornc 3flfl.N. Franklin St., Tampa, FL 33602 -. (813) 277-0068 -.. '11u. hirin g ,,f il lttwy,r n n i mp,'C'tilllt mhl ,h,,ul,llhlt h, h .'''"'"'' UJ''I1 ,,,lv, r:i ... ,nh,it'. Y''u c.lt:c.'id-. "' sc.1hl fr-.\.' wrilt,,, inf ,,nn .Hit'l1 ''"'\ll,,Ur\JU.\Iili,;.ui,,n ... ,.,, ... rio ::: \ ( .. p r.t,tii.v lh'l I'' ,., m i'"ti,,n .... 1 1'''' t\f" p,.,., ,,f ( \'" -.\ ti'll' ('1.\!m .. c )> z c "TT 2:! c C> m w I )>


"""' 0 0 N a) N w z ::> ., EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Aorida 33605 (813) 248 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co, Member of National Newspaper Publishsrs Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New Yort< 1990 CP Tlmelnlemational >-"" 0 To: a: P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Tampa, FL Against The Vestiges Of Slavery, : We Still Need Protection o a: 0 z <( 0 C/) w ::> .... > a: w > w 0 w J: C/) :::i m ::> ll. z tj -1 -1 ::>' m z i= z w .CJ) < 0 a: 0 -1 ..u. / <( I qo w W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 19D1-19n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTIIOLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions$44.00-Per Year Bolh Eaitions: $87.0D-Per Year One Edition. Opinions expressed on editoiial pages ol this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily rafted the editorial stance or The Rorida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Congratulations To A Valiant Warriorl ;: is name may not be a household word as of yet. ; But it may well be in the future! And yet, for the 32 years, a few in the City of Tampa, or in the surrounding communities of Tampa-Hillsborough County cou\d say they were not aware of a man who almost single-handedly brought back Middleton High School. Now he says, he's hanging up his spurs. Charles Frederick Hearns has tendered his resignation as Director of the City of Tampa's Community Relations Department. of the best and of the city's 'young men has decided to do other things. We wish he'd change his mind. And this is why. Perhaps, there's such a thing as being "star-crossed," as being "born-for-a-job," or "born into a certain position or time in history." If that is so, then Charles "Fred" Hearns has indeed been star-crossed. As a cub.:reporter sports writer for the Sentinel, Hearns showed both the spunk and savvy necessary for such a 'writer and reporting task. Interestingly enough, one of his beats during ,that time was coverage oft Middleton High School"and Blake High School games. But his ability to write well and speak straight would ultimately land him with a j'ob as apprentice to such luminaries as the legendary Charles "Goosby" Jones, Alton White, Bobby Bowden and George Davis. From them, Hearns becamea quiet powerhouse of knowledge and know-how, that which promoted him up the bureaucratic He utilized this to help revive the spirit and then the facility Of Middleton High School, complete with its OWn gymnasium., Now we hear, F.red Hearns has his own ideas. once comni.on fixture in the City's administrative hierarchy is about to make his own name, on his own terms. We congratulation him and have one thing to say to the City of Tampa, who has lost too many of its best and brightest to greener YOU'RE GOING TO MISS FRED A VCice To Cut Th-... Barbecue (Series) ,: n the aftermath of slav. ::ery, Congress enacted i 1871 Ku Klux Klan Act. It prohibits abusive state power against Black citi. zens. Further, to prohibit the K. K. K. organizations infiltrating state governments and usurping their power, Congress continued to enact other related measures. The earlier act was later amended, and is now known as 42 U.S.C. Section 1983. That spirit of Congress is being expressed today with the House having just a few days ago passing, by a vote of 422-2, a Civil Rights bill app-ropriating $10 million yearly for the next 10 years for: a grand total of $100 million Today, we understand such history as the fight against' racism in this country. Of course the criminal counterpart of these such Civil Rights measures, 18 U. S. C. Section 242, and this is what the U. S. Justice Department uses to indict for Civil Rights violations. Congress is sending. a relevant message for those seeking justice long denie'd back during the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. Those states who would never, with all-white juries, render convictions against whites charged with killing Blacks. So, instead of being -charged with murd-er, these killers would be charged with violating the civil rights Blacks lynched or shot to death during Civil Rights protest actions. The police shooting death of Martin Chambers back in 1967 would be the premier civil rights cold case in the State of Florida. The new law Congress is pas.sin g can be given a stern test. (To be con tinued.) I Just Don't Get ltl arlier this week, the Bland, who was 49, was -but they didn't. State of Oklahoma put taking radiation and .. 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, COLUMNS The Sole-Man Speaks 'Good Fences Make Gc;od Neighborsl' ty is long gone, this monu-tors were walled up in ghetmcnt will still be able to be toes during the Nazi antiseen from outer space. Its Semitic years of World War native sons and. daughters II-have lived in support of call it "Pinyin Changcheng." a wall of stone and tanks We .English-speakers call it that separate Israelis from the Great Wall ofChina! Palestinians! What is it about walls a nd In South Africa, apartheid fences that we human beings a walL And in love so much? United States, not so long Animals leave odors. ago, walls were ri.Ot only laid Human beings build walls! down in place of business The Gre.al Wall of China was and public service, but were by no means mankind's first. reinforced at "white and colcelebration to movie star ored" water fountains, segre-Marlena Dietrich's motto, gated school_ systems, com-.:I want-to be left alone!" munities and consciences Hadrian's Wall -a 73-mile that only recently have JJ c knows what they put in that stuff to make it taste so good. c.. It's to the point ,,here I'm i just waiting for the day a m spokesperson for the F.D .r\. comes on teleYision to spill 1\l the beans (no pun intended). g I can hear him now _'L-ook, -....! we've contaminated e\ery ;::: food source on the planet I Eat A It Own RI.Sk I through pollution, chemicals I I and toxic waste. Anything you digest will kill you. Eat. at was worried about sho1;tening body. Needless to say, this So what are we supposed to his lifespa n because o.f his information had me a little do eat vegeta bles for the res t heavy smoking habit, he pal"anoid. Especially since I've of our lives? That's way too responded, "Well you've had a close bond with the boring. Besides., once the gotta' die of something. You'd ) tJ) m z c_difiee by, begun to cmmble. Emperor and Howeve1:,just recently, our constructed by thousands of p .resident, Geor.ge w. his Romai1 Legionnaires --, Bush signed a bill to consciYed notice to 2nd century z m r:m c: r rm struct a 700 mile fence that there were two across the U. S. and Mexican of citizens: Romans and barbarians. Even today,.rcmnants of contint'rom whom? Sectire from the ones who pick our ey LeoN cRews Those -Li"es .Are About To_Get Longer z "C c: m r-(j) ::::1: m c m < m :c < c: m tJ) c l> z c "C 'l> : Mail Or Bring Payment To: C> : 2207 E. 21st Ave., Tampa, FL 33605 Check One !!! :. :. .. ... :1>


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. LOCAL 'Ask Gary' Ads Raise Ire Of Florida Bar Lawyers who have benefited from the 1-800-ASK GARY referral service. will now face sanctions by the Florida Bar Association. More than a dozen of them practice in the Tampa Bay area. The Florida Bar prohibits testimonials and tions in by lawyers and legal referral services as used in the ASK GARY promotions. Receiving clients from these ads is a violation, according to the Bar. An investigation by the Florida Bar was initiated a year ago when other lawyers complained that the ASK GARY ads weren't playing by the same rules as they were. The ads are the product of Physicians Group LLC, a chain of accident clinics based in Sarasota, Florida. Although the Bar can target lawyers who have capitalized from the ASK GARY com mercials, it has no authority to go after a health care .. pany.: i In 2006, the Bar mailed hundreds of letters to personal injury _lawyers in New Beginnings M. B. Church 3101 E. Lake Ave : :ranipa, FL 336.10 : (813) 503-9843 REV DAVID P. CARSON .. PASTOR FIRST LADY MARY CARSON Sunday School 9:30 A. M. 11 Worship j Tuesday 7 P. M, Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Julf 9-12, 2007 I O:OOam -2:00pm JJ, 2007 :00pm > I "' i i Florida who they felt got clients from ASK GARY. The Bar has taken action against about 34 lawyers it found had The real ASK accepted GARY, Gary r e f e r r a I s Kompothecras. the ads. That is a violation of Bar rules. Those 'attorneys received a recommendation. for diversion, that requires lawyers pay a $750 fee and. sit through a 4-hour advertising course. Some lawyers received a letter of advice tat essentially is a warning. In either case, clients represented by those lawyers now face the possibility of their cases being in jeopardy. The Bar targeted the ASK GARY advertisements because their personal testimonies were emotional appeals, and the as'sociation feels a lawyer s)10uld be based on facts, not emotion. The ASK GARY campaign is the product of Sarasota chiropractor Gary Kompothecras. SUNDAY SCHOOl-10 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A.M. TUES., BIBlE -1 P.M. The Church will provide transportation, call 626-2759 LtiCitiOD! HooJ A.N.B. Zio11 <;Jmrrb The Tampa District of the A.M.E. Zion Church Invites all children & youth ages and aduttS to 360B N. 26rb St. TIAIIJp, Pl. j To ;rt-ttlilttr Olltf mort informuion.l ., I ell/: (BJJ) Z4B-3363 Singing Songs join us for 5 days of fun and adventure. Highlights Playing games/creating arts & crafts '' Hearing and telling Bible stories Eating Lunch Umlted free enrollment-Register today/ Steroids Don't Create Murderers BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer (An Analysis) PASTOR DONNELL & MIN. TANYA WILLIAMS Founders 6501 N. Nebraska Ave. (John Calvin Church) Bible Study We-dnesday@ 7 P.M. Worship Service Sunday@ 5 P.M StartiniJuly 15th@ 11:30 A.M Contact Info: 546-2751 (A Special Church For The Deaf) Revelation Community M. B. Church 1712 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa REV. DR. GREGORY ROBINSON, Pastor And MRS. ROBINSON Servtces Church School11 :15am Morning 12:15pm Bible Stud -Tues. 7:3 0 m Perfected Love AGAPE MINISTRIES Church Of God In Christ 5112 N. 34th St Tampa, FL 33610 (81'3) 23AGAPE (232-4273) Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 1W A.M. P ..... :30P.M. Bible Study Tuesday 7:00P.M. rather than -be responsible_ for his actions. According to the WWE Attorney,, the couple argued over whether Benoit should stay home more to take care of their mentally retarded son. Let's put steroid use in the right perspective. Let's stop monsters where they don't exist. Chris Benoit murdered his wife and son, killed himself. End of story. Let's keep steroids out of this, please. Enough is enough LIFE CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH Worshipping At WESTSIDE CHURCH 1803 E : Shadowl1wn, Tempe, Fl. 33610 (813) 23"706 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m. Prayer & Bible Study 6:30 Winning Every Saturday -11:30 l lO.an!lllnQ Lives Through The 11/ord Of Matthew 6:33 ., :::c c c.. c: z m N N 0 ., I 0 :::c c l> CJ) m z :::1 z m m c: r r .m -t z "0 c: m c: CJ) ::::1: m c m < .m :::c < .... c: m CJ) c l>z c "T1 :::c c


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ew ount n Missionary Baptist Church 2511 E. Columbus Drive Rev. _Walter J. Williams I Pastor It's hard to miss the big church on the corner of Columbus Drive and 26th Street. However, on the inside is a church bubbling with unity and Christian love. New Mount Zion Mission"I ,believe in having a han_ds-on approach when it comes to leadership. There is also a need for user-friendly trairiing materials for -the congl-egation to solicit their spirittal growth," said Rev. Williams. Williams-is also ary Baptist Church has taken Psalms 133 as their theme for 2007 "Behold how in Baptist -. good and how pleasant it is orgamzatiOns;.servmg as for brethren to dwell together Director of Inner Citt. in unity!" That theme is Ministries of Open Door becoming more and more Ministry and a of dent in their various min-the First. South Florida istries, and in their Missio: n .ary Baptist Rev. Walter J. Williams. Association Williams has been Rev. Williams is married at New Zion to Lena Williams, they MISS!o.nary Bapt1st Church have three child ren: Larry, for nme years. He has L dAn 1 d on an ge a. receive an Honorary D t t D f For more InformatiOn, o c ora e egree rom Triune Biblical University please (813) and Seminary, and has writ-I Wnter ten several publications for Antione Davis. can be new converts, youth instruc-reached at (818) 248-1921. tors, and couples preparing He can also be reached at to get married. adavis@flsentinel.com. Subscribe Today! "1/u; \ti;i.ce of Our Conununitv Speaking for ltse(/'' Calk (813).248-1921 ?ut And Wi.th At ,V Mtnistnes 'il' /!A N16mfffi Tampa s Own Spiritual Wmiders Elder Earl Mosley Manager And Other Soloists And Groups Time: 7:30P.M. Date: Saturday. June 30, 2007 Place: 7935 N. Armenia Av e Tampa, FL Phon e : (813) 3611310 Elder Jospeh Cochran, Pastor LOCAL "T1 :lJ c Family Proud Of First College Graduate c.. c: z m 1\) ,!D 1\) 0 RICHARD WOODBURY, JR. Woodbury will attain bachelor degre' e s in science/psychology and in theater arts As the youngest child of Richard Woodbury, Sr and Loretta Powell, Richard stayed focused and was neve. r a problem, according to his mother. "As a mother, I proud and honored. It' s been a rough road, but he's a good son and a better young man. Keeping him focused on his goals wasn't hard at He kJ?eW what he wanted to do with his life, and stuck with it." Richard Woodbury, Jr. always had his sights .on becoming a professional foot ball player, and was a pretty good wide receiver for the Wildcats. 1'But: if that doesn't work out, he'll hav.e his degree," said Ms. Poweft 'T1 r 0 :c. c > (/) m z :! z m r I ta c: _He's ,also iriter"ested in r becoming a top rpale model." Ms. PQwell said son's :! stepfather,._ Mitchell Powell, played a big role in C: Ms. Loretta Handy loves lege. He'll be participating : his life, and encouragement all 25 of her grandchildren. in commencement activities from his sisters, Shawntay Cii But, she holds a special this Saturday at the and Selina, was also a plus. ffi place in her heart for McLeod Performing Reporter Leon B. Crews C Richard Woodbury, Jr. Arts Center on the campus can be reached at (818) Richard is the first in the; of Bethune-Cookman 248-0724, ore-mailed at family .to graduate from col--. leon@jlsentinel.com. --< -t The Sentinel Will Be Closed On Wednesday, July. 4th Next _Stops ... COLUMBIA C. I. FLORIDA STATE & "0'' \\"ORK C\J\ W GAJ:\"ES\'lLLE C. I. & WORK C.U1P LA \\TE\' C. I. LOWELL C. I. & MARIO:\' C. I. & WORK CA.\IP NEW RIVER C. I. (EAST & WEST li:\1TS) NO. FL. CfR. (EAST & WEST UNITS) UNIONC.l. Date: July 7, 2007 -Departure Time : 5 :00A.M. Return Time: Approx. 6 :00 P.M. Round Trip Price: $20.00 Call813-247-3285 For Info To Reserve Your Seat WJen I was incatcerat ed }'00 a:Jme t o see m e -Matthew 2B-Honori?g BISHOP FE_RGUSON,. JR. And FIRST LADY DOROTHY-FERGUSON Friday, June 29 7:30p.m. PASTOR MOFFATT Adams Templ e COGIC Dade City Monday, July 2 7:30 p. ELDER BUSTER GRIFFkN Faith Temple Primiti\'e Baptist Church. Plant City Thursday, July' 5 7:30p.m. PASTOR GIBSO:"' Holy Tabcmm: l c Light House O f God. Tan1pa Sunday, Jul) 1 3 p. m. PASTOR GA:\1BLE :\1t. Vemon Primiti, c Baptist Church. Tampa Tuesday July 3 7:30p.m. ELDERPAUL BUSTER New :\1accdonia :'vtissionar\' Baptist Chun:h."Tampa Frida\". Julv 6 7:30p.m. BISHOP JOH:"':"'IE L. WILLI.-\.:'\ IS House o f God T Sunday, 8 11 a. m. ELDER J. E. HARRIS Just Right Fellowship W aycross. GA c: m (/) c > z c Ci) m CD I >


_ LOCAL 0 0 N a; C\1 w z '"") e a: LL. c lt' LL. c z <( Q rn w :::) 1-> a: w > w 0 w 1: './) ::i :1. w _. _. :::) !D .!. !JJ z ;:: z w rn a: 0 ..J LL. <( I 0 .,.. Young Dancer Needs Help To Perfor1n At Pro Bowl BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer If Ms. Shawne Acey has anything to say about it, her daughter, Diamond, will be among the performers at the Pro Bowl next year. The 11-year-.old was chosen by American Cheer and Dance Association scouts to participate in January of this year. The scouts observed Diamond .perform and extended the invitation to her, Ms. Acey said. "Tqe Pro Bowl will be held from February 3-lOth, in Honolulu, Hawaii. She's been dancing since she was a little girl and she really wants to go. I just hope I can pull everything together to make it happen. "She's a good girl and I'm very proud of her. She wants to go and she deserves to go," Ms. Acey said of her only child. The trip will cost about $5,000 because they must travel with the. organization and at the same hotel. Coming up with the money for Diamond to make the trip is going to be extremely difficult. Ms. Acey is a lready working full t ime during the day and working as an at-home reservationist at night just to make ends meet. "I've been 'reluc tant to ask D IAM OND ACEY ... Will help dance at the Pro Browl in Hawaii f o r help, but I just can't do it .on my own. Ms. Acey said as a youngster,.Diamond was like most children who start dancing when they heard music. But, unlike others, Diamond had a natural ability. Her mother enrolled her in dance classes at the age of 3 and she has been dancing ever. since. Diamond has mastered b a l let, hip-hop, jazz, tap, and various other types of dance. She auditioned and was chosen .to perform with the Miami City Ballet at Ruth E ckerd Hall. She participates in various. activities throughout the city. She performs with praise dance groups as well as alone Ms. Acey said Diamond plans to take the.art of dancing to the next level or to become a choreographer. A member of First Missiqnary Baptist Church o f S e ffn er, Diamond will enter the 6th grade at Burnett Middle School in: the fall She enj oy s creating dance steps, reading, swim ming, and v i d e o games Diamond is the daughter o f Andre Kelly and the granddaughter o f Mrs. Betty Acey Floyd. Ms. Acey can be con tacted a t (813) 857-6053. GULFC.L& WORK CAMP LffiERTYC.L& WORK CAMP CALHOUN C. L & WORK CAMP Date: July 7 2007 Departure Time: 5:00A.M. Return Time: Approx. 6:00P.M. Round Trip Price: $20.00 -call813-247-3285 For Info To Reserve Your Seat 'Wlen I was inc:an;erated )QI cam e t o see m e -Matthe w 2 8 -. I Tampa Native To-Head New Fire Academy month with a class of 25 students. Tampa native Melvin Stone will head the Fire Academy. Fire Academy C oordinator -Stone said, "This will have a direct impact by making training and .career opportunities acce s sible for thelo c a l com .. munity as as for citizens within. the surrounding area. ".: .. The recruits will complete a 6 -monthc ourse consi 'sting. : o f approxiniately 450 hours of instrt}ction. The will receive instruction in the areas of physical ing; lifting anci calrying a s ... Heads new. training well as raising ground fad-partnership d ers, use of heavy equ ip n1ent to perform forcibly eri t ry, A Tampa native has been directing fire hose. stre ams, chosen to l!ead a unique' ropes and._kn.'ots ; usc o f training partnership breathing apparahis, between a fire 'search and rescue. proceand a community college.: dures, among othe r .thin gs The partnership will benefit The course s a r e being future firefighter in fire. completing to curreJ1tly certified serie as firefighters by the o f Florida Prior new partnership, to the openjng of this acad cbetween the Tallahassee my, -students were to Fire Department :_ and driv e up t o 60. mil e s to the Tallaha ssee Community n earest training fa cilit y College, was created to pre-which is located a t Chipola v ent r ecruits fr o m cominut-College i n _Marianna ing to Marianna for their Florida training. T h e Tallahassee Reporter Iris B llolton Fire Academy's Minimu m can be contacted at (813 ) Standards Training Program 248-1921 or by e-mail.at was launched earlie r this iris@flsentinel.com. The Florida Sentinel Will Be Clos ed On wec;Jnesday,_ July 4th t 'The Vo_ice Cotni11imity Speakiizg.fot lt s e ( f F L 0 RID A R Nmi,1e : Mailing Address: ___ ____ Cil) : __ S tate : Zip:_ 6 M pnths-: $f4;:.:.:... _:_ :-( : l ... ,.._ .l M a i l Or B ring Paymc 1 1 1 To: 220 7 E Ave., Tampa. FL J3605 C a s h f\: J o ncy Orders Credit Cards I d..l


LOCAL City Employee Helps Girls Raise Money For Cheerleading Camp CHRIS FRIERSON BY ANTIONE DAVIS Sentinel StaffWriter tured several times on ESPN cheerleading competitions, but initially the girls could not afford to join. Frierson then decided to ask his place of employment to help with the cost. "I knew that my job sometimes sponsors kids and local organizations. I talked to the girls' parents, and I got all the necessary information on the camp and asked my supervisor, Tracey Davis, about it," said Frierson. then sent a letter to Rick Kania, our senior district manager, and I was given a check to go and sponsor the girls for the camp." Frierson was given a When several local girls check for $300 to sponsor didn't have the money to six girls for the Brandon Alljoin a cheerleading camp, Stars Cheerleading Camp. Chris Frierson stepped The girls' ages n.mge from 10 up. to 15 years old, and all are 37, is a driver expected to join the popular with Waste Management camp in the upcoming (WM) of Tampa, but.he also 1 wee .;s mentors young kids as a "I just thought that it Prince Hall 32nd Degree would be a great opp01tunity Mason. It was through his mcntoring that he discov-for some kids that really had crcd a group of.underprivi-their heart set on doing lcgcd girls with a desire to something fun and produc-. participate in the Brandon tive," said Frierson. "I feel All-Stars Cheerleading like they just.needed someC<,tmp. Teams from the well-one to take a little action, known camP, have been fea-and I was glad to do it." ST. JOHN CATHEDRAl 3401 E.25thAvenue Tampa,FL (Corner34thSt.&25thAve.) Phone: 813-248-3737 Or248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline:248-HELP BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK, Sr. Pastor Email us at sijminisbies@aol.com Mission Statement "A Church of the inner dtY reaching out .: .. to the community by' ministering tO whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNilY OUTREACH, INC. I HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK and PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK ::D 0 Gospel Great With Tampa Ties. c... c z m 1\) _c.o Dies Aftt;!r Lengthy Illness William "Bill" Moss, Sr. of the legendary "Bill Moss and the Celestial Singers" of Detroit, MI, passed away Monday after a lengthy illness. He was 76 years old. Moss is the father-in-law of Tampa's Carolyn Dee Dee Tribune Moss (her husband is Bill, Jr.), and paternal grandfather of Corynne Moss, the 2004 Lay Baby of the Year at Mt. Olive AME Church. Moss is also the father of gospel recording artist J. Moss. Many in the Mt. Olive family came to know the Moss family when they came to BILL MOSS Tampa for the wedding of Dec Dee and Bill, Jr. Dec Dec's mother is Ms: Frankccnc Favors Daniels, Sentinel columnist for 'Tell It Tampa Bay.' Ms. Daniels shares that Mr. Moss enjoyed her col umn, especially the Of You" portion. Funeral services are planned for Saturday at 11 a. m. at the -Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ The Heavenly Gates Funeral Home in Detroit is in charge of arrangements. Nebraska Avenue Being Resurfaced day. To help improve drainage, Starting this month, a contractor will begin construction activities on Nebraska Avenue between Kennedy Boulevard and Hillsborough Avenue to resurface the street. The road will be re-striped to create a three-lane roadway with dedicated bike lanes Zack Street and Lake Avenue and between Genessee Street and Frierson Avenue. new pipes will be installed at Twiggs Street, Chelsea Avenue and Floribraska Avenue. 0 The Florida Department Of Transportation awarded the :r> project to Lane Construction Corporation out of Meriden, z Connecticut. According to FDOT, that company has no m African American "sub-con-r;The 3-mile, $11 million project is expected to take 2 years to complete. Primary improvements include resurfacing and re-striping Nebraska Avenue and installing new drainage pipes. The majority of the work will be done during the The road will be striped in as it is currently and will not have dedicated bike lanes between Lake Avenue and Genessee Street and between Frierson Avenue and Hillsborough Avenue. tractors involved on the project. Volunteers Needed For Guardian ad Litem. Program The Guardian ad Litem pro. gram is currently seeking volunteers for their upcoming training session. The session will begin on Tuesday, July wth, with sessions being held every Tuesday and Thursday for approximately 5 weeks. Ms. Schultz further stated, "This is a really good program. The Guardians spend time get ting to know the child and then they make recommendations to the courts on placement of the child." Anyone interested in obtain"ing additional information can contact Ms. Tami Dodd at (813) 272-5110, or by e-mail at Tami.Dodd@gaLtJ.gov. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@flsentinel.com. Training sessions will be held r=::::r=:-::-:-=:-:-:::::----::=-::=-::::-:::-::-=:=-:--:-""'::-=::-::;::-=;-;;:;-, at the Christ the King Catholic SING REVIll Church; 821 S. Dale Mabry Highway. However, online Wilh training sessions are also being APOSTlE E. lOCKHART offered. Ms. Melissa Schultz, :AndnteTampaTeam i\ spokesperson for the AI .. Hillsborough County Guardian KINGDOM MINISTRIES ad Litem program, said, "The 8114 N; 401h Slreel training, which lasts about 30 Elder Dennis Slreeler, Paslor hours, is the most amount of time a volunteer would give. Afte the training is complete, they volunteer about 6 hours per month." Whrtn Womrtn .-11111;! Thrt lz The qualifications to become a Guardian ad Litem volunteer ivclude: must be 19 years of age or older, must have good judgment, and must be concerned about the welfare of children going through; the court system. Volunteers must also a background investigation.; The children being .represent ed by the Guardians are those who have been removed fr.om theirhomes by law enforcement, as a result of abuse, abandonment, or neglect. The Guardians work in the best interest ot' the child. : -arthind Thrt \)rtil" (I PoJJt :s 'R!ztrrtat WorkJJbop : .: Hebrews 6: th . 7 8 a. in ..;_ 1 m. m c: r r m -i z ., c: m r u; ::z:: m c m < m -i c: m (J) c )> z c ., :zJ a ...... ...... I )>


..... 0 0 N a) N w z :::> ...., LOCAL -Jeanette Anderson And Clifton Collins, Sr. Are Married In Formal Ceremony Two hearts were locked in C love on Saturday, June 9, ff 2007 a t 10 o'clock in the c a: u.. c z <( c U) w :::> 1-w > W c w ::1: U) :::i m :::> ll. z j:: w _J _J :::> m ..!J w z j:: z w U) a: 0 _J u.. morning when Jeanette Anderson and Clifton Collinswere married. The joyous occasion was an event at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church in Tampa. The couple met and married last year, but because of the magnitude of their love and happ"iness they wanted to share the celebration with family and friends in a formal ceremony. The church was filled with people assembled from all over. .. / ; ./ .. The reception followed immediately at the Anderson Elementary Academy, a charter school in an urban area o f Tampa Bay. Mrs. Collins is Principal of the school and Mr. Collins, a retired UPS manager from Jacksonville, is a full time volunteer. The MR. AND MRS. CLIFfON (JEANETIE ANDERSON) COLLINS, SR. SAVE THE DATE DERRICK BROOKS CHARITIES YOUTH AUXILIARY gust 21, 2007 6-9 p. m. yJesday, SYLVIA RODRIGUEZ KIMBELL'S Full Service School and Resource Center 2100 East 26th Avenue* Tampa, FL, 33605 Contacts: Lonriie Corson, Choir@ (813) 238-9525 or Mono Newsome, Co-Choir@(813) 247-3728 Tampa Bay Area Local Organizing Committee Of The Millions More Movement Is Holdiog A Saturday, July 14, 2007 122:30 p. m. CHILDREN'S BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 1 002 East Palm Avenue *Tampa We have come to the conclusion that no one organization or leader can solve the many problems we face. We have come painfully to the conclusion that we need each other desperately It is time for our leadership to stop thinking and actin g solely on behalf of our churches, mo s ques, temples, synagogues and or g ani za tions It is time for us as leaders to c om e tog e th e r and begin to think, plan, and act on behalf of the whole of our people THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN Millions More Movement Mission Statement: Toward this end we must gather the best, brightest and most willing minds to mobilize and organize our people, and to develop shon and long range plans and programs for : (I) spiritual and moral development, education development, economic and political development, social and cultural development and lastly, health d e velopment; (2) To develop the systems to bring thes e plans and program initiatives to fruition; (3) we must dev e lop strategic alliances to further our aims We form an alliance from a pf:sitlon of weakness, .. but rather from a position of strength; and (4) we must orge unity w1th the struggle of the African Union to develop Africa, with the Caribbean, Central and South America, with the Isles of the Pacific, aRd with our Native American Brothers and Sisters. We must develop through the registration process for the mobilization of the commemoration of the Million Man March, a s kills bank, the talent of which should be used in the development of our peop l e in the United States and Wot ld Wide For more information, contact La Sandra Muhammad Phone: (813) 789-5600 I Email: Tampabay l oc@yahoo.com couple will be honeymooning throughout the month of July, touring various 'parts of the country. They will reside in Tampa. This was the first marriage for the briqe. Mr. Collins, 69, has two daughters: Tanya Kelly from Atlanta, G .eorgia and Angela Taylor from Virginia Beach, Virginia, and a son, Clifton J. Collins, Jr. of Jacksonville. All attended the wedding. Mr. Collins' son, Clifton, Jr., 26, will wed Gwendolyn Washing-ton in Jacksonville at Mt. Moriah House of God Saints In Christ on July 21st. In The Spotlight CHEVY With a name like Chevy,-you know you're going to be in for a ride. We would like to introduce this stunning young lady as this week's Beauty Unlimited Feature. This beautiful and lady loves modeling, dancing and traveling. She says that any guy trying to get to know her better must be sincere, have a great sense of humor, be intelligent and respectful. Congratulations to Chevy on being this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature.


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SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY NBA Held Its Players Draft Last night the National Basketball Association held its annual draft. This article went to press before the draft was completed As a result of this draft, at least 40 young men will become millionaires. It was expected that Greg Oden and Kevin Durant would go one and two. Beyond that, it was anybody's guess as to what wou lei happen the rest of the way Next week this space will look at the draft to determine whht teams had good drafts. Wanted: Black Golfers Want a surefire free college scholarship? All you have to do is be African-American, have good grades and can break 80 over an 18-hole golf course. That goes for boys and girls graduating from high school. Colleges are looking for African-American golfers. They are hard to find becau sc very. few young African-Americans play golf Basketball and football are the of' interest to African-American youngsters. The main reason Just. My OpiniOn BY KEIL MOORE Professional. Baseball .. And the Race War ... The Statistics sa -lt: :AII SPORTS African-Americans don't play golf is because it i s too expensive. What golfers of all colors ought to do is to donate their old golf clubs to the three city-owned golf courses. These golf courses should have certain days when they can play a few holes free of charge using the donated clubs. Caldwell: Maxwell Candidate A Jefferson High School grad has been named a candidate for the Maxwell Award. That award, though not the Reisman, is awarded to the nation's outstanding football player. Andre Caldwell is a standout starting wide receiver for the florida Gators. Andre's older brother, Reeche Caldwell, is a wide receiver for the New England Patriots. Andre is expected to join him in the NFL after this college season. Take the story of Jose' Contreras of the Chicago White Sox. Contreras, a Cuban citizen, fled to America and had the chance to pitch in the Major Leagues. It is w ell documented that Contreras was threatened with deportation a number of times when he was pitching in the Minor Leagues. His family was still in Cuba, and the League Tlw rncial make-up of play-ly known. But Sheffield often used his illegal status ers in lVInjc>l League failed to make clear was as leverage. Today, is 30'J Latin, and 8% Afiican Latin players from impovcr-Contreras has the financial American a sport that is heel Latin American counability to support himself and l." in l'Very sport. -In basketball, emies hoping to promote the highlights etc., international players sport. This is a popular With his comments on the also enter the draft and have trend in American sports. racial up of the ability to hire represen ta-The NBA does it with basket ProfessiOnal bp.seball is widetion, not in paseball. ball wi.thout borders; the NFL docs it with the EuroNFL. Baseball has exported Ro es cats the teaching of the game. Ol.bal' l Cheerlead .-n Placing academies in only the poorest of Latin An-ierican Reui-Stra' 11-0' n .:.,:,:.,'.'.:,:: :: countries and capitalizing off -of the success as cheaply as & .-possible. None of this directly ., affect;:; African Americans 16 ._ .b ''. ... .. ': and baseball, right? _. Wrong. What Sheffield Ro les Park Bee ce 0 meant when he challenged .. the leadership of professional : ThUrSd8VS &P.M. baseball -was that the policies Sa-10-rdavs lOAM .. 2P.-M are in place dispropor-. i ,. tionatety lean towaids invest-1113-274-7817 For The statisties :m.v 1t nll. B ucs Expect Plummer To Either Play Or Pay Up The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have given Jake Plummer three choic.es: Complete your retirement paperwork, suit up to play or pay up. The Bucs are ready to ask the 32-year-old quarterback to repay about $7 million of a prorated signing bonus if he does not play this season. Tampa Bay acquired Plummer from the Denver Broncos in March. Plummer then announced his plans to retire, but has not filed the necessary league paperwork. Bucs General Manager Bruce Allen says the team's not currently seeking to trade Plummer, but expect him to play this season. However, he says that the Bucs are prepared to fine him if he doesn't show up for training camp. "'W_e traded for him with the intention of hii:n being a Tampa Bay Buccaneer. He knows that, and he knows the plans that we have for him," said Allen. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers current\y have seven quarterbacks on their active roster and ''Jeff Garcia appears to be the projected. starter. Bucs head coach Jon Gruden openly "stated his confidence in old at a recent Chamber of Commerce breakfast. "Our young have a lot of work to do if they want to catch -up to Jeff Garcia. There is no quarter-,. back controversy in my eyes Jake Plummer passed for 1,994 yards, 11 touchdowns :and 13 interceptions in 12 ga .mes with the Broncos last' season. right now," Gruden. Pespite Garci-a b.eing named the unquestioned starter by Allen says 'the : competition : from one additional quarterback would be welcomed. "We haven't missed a beat without him (Plumm er). \Ve have a very lively. quarterback competition right' now," said feel good abo,ut the pla)'ers thaf we have righr:iu;>w, but ou r intent is stilL the same. We want him on .our tea.m." "T1 :JJ 0 c.. c z m 1\) .!-0 1\) 0 0 ....., "T1 r-0 :JJ en m z ::! z m r-1 tD c r rm z ."'0 c tD C en ::t m 0 m :JJ -<. -t C m en 0 ?<: l> z 0 "T1 :JJ 0 ?< _. U'1 I l>


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Says He Will Play_ On Tea. m USA This Summer AKRON, OHIO -LeBron James will wear the red, white and blue this summer after all. Cleveland's All-Star forward ended uncertainty about his status with the U.S. national team on Tuesday night by. saying he will play in next. month's FIBA America's Tournament, where the Americans will try to qualify for the 2008 Olympics. "I'm going to play," James Despite playing 98 regular said. "I've had enough time off, and knowing my body more than anybody, I'm ready to play. I don't know how }llUCh I'm going to playseason and playoff games this year, LeBron James will play for Team USA this summer. or how extensively, but I'll be ready." TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 2007-2008 Football Season Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 / Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov.4 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30 @ Seattle Seahawks New Orleans Saints St. Louis Rams @ Carolina Panthers @ Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans @ Lions Jacksonville Jaguars Arizona Cardinals BYE WEEK @ Atlanta Falcons Washington Redskiris @ New Orleans Saints @ Houston Texans Atlanta Falcons @ .San Francisco 49ers Carolina Panthers 4:15p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:05p.m. 4:05p.m. 1:00p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00p.m. l:OOp.m. 1:00 p :m. 1:00p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:15p.m. 1:00 .m. Serena Slow, But Gets In Third Round Serena Williams survived a second consecutive sluggish start in her bid to win her third Wimbledon title. After another slow start, Serena Williams got her grass-court game back on track. The two-time champion rallied from 4-1 down in the first set and beat Australia's Alicia Molik 7-6 (4), 6-3 on Wednesday to reach the third round of Wimbledon on another day of rain delays at the All England Club. "I just got really angry," Williams said. "I thought it was unfair that I got down so far. I was like, OK, it's just one break. But 4-1 looks worse than one break." Serena's Dad Unhappy With Umpire RICHARD WILLIAMS -Serena William' s was more willing to shrug off the unusual ending to her second-round victory at than her fat:Qer was. Richard Williams thought chair umpire Sandra de Jenken overstepped her authority Wednesday by reminding his daughter's opponent, Alicia Molik of Australia, that a questionable call could be .. challenged under the replay system making its Ail England Club debut this year. "There's a lot of strange things that have happened to us," Richard Williams said. ''That was horrendous. To be honest with you, it makes you think that that particular referee -not all of them should be persona non grata." The 'Real Deal' Still Real Serious About Retiring As Champion ATLANTA ---When Evander Holyfield first started boxing professional ly, someone asked how long he planned to trade punches. He thought 28 sounded like a reasonable age to liang up the gloves, so he went with that. Of course, here he is now ; more than a decade and a half beyond his retirement goal -still stepping into the ring, still striving to be the undisputed heavyweight champion before they count him out for good. "I realized that 28 is not as old as I thought it was," Holyfield. said with a chuck le during a phone interview from his Texas training base. "i fought George '(Foreman) when I was 29 and George was 42. I kind of thought, 'Shoot, I'll EVANDER HOLYFIELD definitely be gone by that time. That would be real old.' Well, now I'm 44, and. I don't think it's old Indeed, Holyfield is getting ready to step in the ring again Saturday night in El Paso, Texas, to face another geriatric heavyweight, 41-year-old former con'tender Lou Savarese. Boykins Opting OU: t Of Contract With Bucks MILWAUKEE --Earl Boykins will become a free agent, forgoing the $3 mil lion player option on his contract with the Milwaukee Bucks. .., Bucks general manager Larry Harris confirmed the 5-foot-5 lJoykins, the second smallest player in NBA his tory, has given him no indication he intends to fulfill the option year. Boykins has until Saturday to notify the team if he plans to return. "Earl is going to be a free agent," Harris said. Milwaukee acquired Boykins, along with Julius Hodge and cash, from Denver for Steve Blake on Jan. 11 after injuries left the Bucks without four of their EARL BOYKINS five starters. Hodge was. cut less than a month later, but Boykins provided a lift for a team struggling without injured star Michael Redd. Boykins joined. the Bucks during a stretch when the team went 3-17 after Redd went out with a strained left knee on January 5. Bobcats' Wallace Set. For Free Agency CHARLOTTE, NC -Bobcats forward Gerald Wallace will become an unrestricted free agent sunday after deciding not to extend his contract for another sea son Wallace, who led Charlotte in scoring last season with 18.1 points a game, .will explore all options, his agent, Rob Pelinka, said Tuesday. Wallace made just over $5.5 million last season. He will likely command at least $10 million a season under a new contract that could run as long as six years. Bobcats vice president of basketball operations Bernie GERALD WALLACE Bickerstaff is expected to fly to Los Angeles to meet with Pelinka shortly after the negotiation period begins Sunday. New general manager Rod Higgins will also be involved in trying to lock up Wallace.


SPORTS "TT :::0 c Shaq Is Perfect Guy To Help Kids In weight-Loss Shovv The goal is to wean Chris completely off the mayo. But on this day, nutritionist Joy Bauer was feeling 'generous and so Chris got a 'shmear of the. redU:ced fat stuff. Alld as the 11-year-old crankily chomped on his sandwich, Shaquille O'Neal .leaned in, shot a nasty look at Bauer and said, "She won't let me have mayonnaise either, man" The scene-'s not in the o .pening episode of Shaq's Big Challenge, but after six months alongside The Big Diesel, it's one Bauer remembers best. And one that proves why Shaq's Big Challenge is easily one of best non-sports shows an athlete's ever done. "This," Shaq says midway through Tuesd-ay's premier episode, ":is much harder than I thought it would be." In real-time, the sixinstallment documentary-style show is filming its finale this week in Tallahassee. It actually started six months ago, when Shaq first knocked on thedoors of six gl'ossly ovcl'weight Bl'oward Countykids. And while it's a takeoff British footballer Ian Wright's U;t{ii Kids, Shaq's_ Big Challenge (ABC, Tuesdays, 9 p.m.) is totally Practicing Ltnr In: Shaquille O'Neal is trying to be Superman to six kids who need help losing weight. The 35.-year old Miami Heat center has enlisted his physician, personal trainer, nutritionist and colle.ge coach, as well as a Miami pediatrician and celebrity chef Tyler Flore.nce, to make his dream tean1 of experts. Shaq's irreverent (he suggests an off-color bit of smack talk in front of 13-year old mom) He's protective (to the bullywho calls 11-year old James fat, he says, "That's my friend That's your friend James now.).. And he makes you pull for these ;. Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Cmti1se/or At {-mr Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale MahrY. Suite 101 Tampa, Florida X Fax:(8B)960-0641 hirinJ! u ( a i om iftiiJ nrlotlll tlc'i"i"u 1ha1 :-hunhlnnt ha.'C.' ll UJlllll ;tlJWrlio.;l1k'fiiS, f'-. 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Before you dedde. a s k the lawyer to send you fnte wrlt1n lnrormalloo about tr qualllflcntlon ifnd ICperlence Carter, Nets Closing In On New Deal VINCE CARTER NEW YORK_: The New Jersey Nets are close to' agreeing to terms with Vince Carter on a long term contract Carter would sigri shortly after he opts out of his contract on Sunday, a league source tells SI.com. .The 6-7 Carter, a seventime All-Star with Toronto and New Jersey, will walk away, from the $16.3 million he was scheduled to make in the final season of a six-year, $94-million contract he signed with the Raptors in 2001. In return, Carter will. reportedly sign a new fouryear deal worth b{!tween $60 and $65 million sometime next week. The proposed new deal will keep Carter under contract through the 2010-2011 season, when he will be 34 years old. Must o ork The MPC 2000 Call: 850-1484 Bears Pull Plug On Tank LAKE FOREST, Ill. -Tank Johnson. tried the patience of the Chicago Bears numerous times. Still, they provided support, visit ed him in jail and gave him more than enough chances to turn his life around and advance his But after his latest run-in with the law in Arizona, the Bears had seen enough and it was time to let him go. The Bears, saying they were "embarrassed" and that Johnson had "compromised the credibility" of the team with his latest incident, released the defensive tackle Monday. Johnson was waived three days after he was pulled over by police in Arizona. He already had been suspended for the first eight games of the 2007 season for violating probation on a gun. charge. He spent two months in jail and was released in May TANK JOHNSON Johnson released a statement Monday evening through his Chicago attorney Lorna Propes: "I want to thank the Bears organization and fans for their support during a {iifficult time," he said. "I regret that I have to leave Ch!cago under these circumstances and wish my friends at the Chicago Bears nothing but 'the best." -Woods And Mickelson To Play Next Week -Tiger Woods' new PGA Tour event is already off to a great start. Two weeks after becoming a father, Woods will return to competition at. the AT&T National. The tourname-nt got another boost Wednesday when three-time major champion Phil Mickelson said his recovery from a wrist injury is ahead of schedule and he will join the field at Co-ngressional Country ciub on -July 5-8. Woods will announce Thursday or Friday that he's playing, a tournament official said Wednesday. 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e a: u. c z < c en w :J 1-> a: w > w c w ::z:: en ::; m :J Q. z tu ::j ':J m I ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. FUNERALS MRS. CARRIE E. GORDON Homegoing services for Mrs. Carrie Eston Gordon of 4805 N. 30th Street, who passed away on Tuesday, June 26, 2007, will be held Saturday, June 30, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Joy Tabernacle Church, 1415 5th Ave., Archbishop Clarence E. Davis, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Gordon was a native of Darien, Georgia, born October 6, 1931, to the late James and Maggie Harmon. She also had two loving sisters, Louise and Mattie Harmon, who preceded her in death She joined Greater Morning Star M. B. Church, where she was an usher and choir member. She was unitl;o in holy matrimony to the Mr. James Gordon, Sr., of Wildwood. She demonstrated her Christianity through her daily living. She was a loving sister, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She leaves to cherish precious memories: 5 children, Vanessa Gordon, Shirley Bryant and husband, Jimmy, James Gordon, Jr., Andrew Gordon and wife, Bridget, and Rene. Gordon and wife, Lillian; 14 grandchildren, Rene Gordon, Jr., Quwanita Morgand and husband, Farnorris, Tiffany Gordon, Cae'la Gordon, Thomas Gordon, Gordon, Donte' Jones, Devon Clark, Andrew Gordon, Jr., Andrea Gordon, Andres' Gordon, Katrina Mingo-Patterson and husband, Willie, Sr., Kamika Mingo, and Winifred Bryant and husband, Walter; 10 great grandchildren, Quentin, Quwan-nae, and Farencia Morgan; DeashaWn Jones, Kevanta Phillips, Keith Phillips, Willie Patlerson, Jr., Javoris Patterson, Jennifer Mingo, Ka-decia Mingo,-.Michael Bryant and Takeshia Bryant; nephew, Larry Bradley and wife, Carrie; niece, Regina Harmon, grandniece, Ashley Harmon; great grandniece, Trinity Reed; and a h,ost of loving relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday, June 29, 2007. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 4805 N. 30th Street. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME REST HAVEN MEMORIAL: PARK A Corimiunity Pride" 4615 E. Hanna Tampa 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 6 26-2332 MR.ANTRON ROMARO BARFIELD A homegoing celebration for Antron Romaro Barfield of Tampa, who passed away Tuesday,June19, 2007, at 10:35 p. m., will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2007, at 12 noon at Good News Baptist Church, 2314 N. Jefferson St., with Rev. Dr. E. C. Kelly, pastor, and Rev W. T. Carpenter, officiating. The interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Antron was affiliated with True Lo\'e Missionary Baptist Church where he accepted Christ at an early age. He attended Hillsborough County public schools, where he received his diploma. He was preceded in death by: his fathers, Henry Sirmons and James Barfield, both of Tampa; uncle, Robert Watson of Tampa; and grandmother, Anniemae Watson of Salem, New Jersey. He leaves to cherish his fond memories with his: .. devoted mothers, Nancy .. Watson and Mary Barfield, both of Tampa; his 5 sisters, Shaunta Watson, Shawntrece Sims, Sophia Barfield, Ashley Kyle and Latoya Barfield, all of Tampa; 3 brothers, Henry Sirmons, Regis Smith and Michale Smith, all of Tampa; grandmother, Nice Sirmons of Tampa; 5 aunts, Sylvia (Neal) Sirmons, Marcia Sirmons, Dora Sirmons, Robin Livingston and Carolynn Watson of Tampa; 4 uncles Calvin Sirmons, Tyrone Black, Lewis Black and Reginald Sirmons, all of Tampa; 4 nieces, Tyreeail Cooper,-Chinara Bludshaw, Za'Nya Sirmons and Sah'mya Smith, all of Tampa; 7 nephews, Radesmond Smith, Tyreeon Cooper, Henry Sirmons, Jr., Ronald Thomas, Jr., J'Ron Thomas, Orenthal Ingram, Jr. and Yuri Smith, all of Tampa; 16 cousins, D11niell, Shirlene, Eric, Kevin, Justin, Calvin; Keith, Ryan, Derrick, Regie, Jonny, Denise, Mona, Daniell, Chrystal Justin and Nikki, all of Tampa; devoted friend and his soul mate, Corvette Fagget; _devoted god brother, Shawn; special family members that include the Watson family of Salem, New Jersey; and a host of other sorrowing family and friends. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. on Friday, June 29, 2007, at Eastside Funeral Home, 2301 N. Nebraska A ve. The family will receive frielt'a'r"fr o m 6-7 p. m. in the chapel The funeral will arrange from 13041/2 Main Street, Apt. B, Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately u:45 a. m., Saturday, June 30,2007. "AN EASTSIDE SERVICE" MS. JOYCE "MARIE PEARSON 'PUNKIN' Funeral services for Ms. Joyce Marie Pearson, "Punkin," who passed away on June 20, :!oo7, in a local healthcare facility, will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2007, at 10:30 a. m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 E. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., Rev. Eugene Garnett, pastor, officiating. The interment will be held at Orange Hill Cemetery. On January 29, 1937, a beautiful bouncing baby girl was born in Macon, Georgia, to the proud parents of the late Katie B. Pearson. She attended public, schools in Macon, Georgia. At a young age, Ms. Pearson relocated to Tampa, where she was gainfully employed and became a friend to many. Joyce answered the Heavenly Father's call on June 20, 2007. She leaves .to cherish her memory: a loving daughter, Brenda Joyce Valdez and fiance, William Crawford; son, David "Pine" Pearson, all of Tampa; 4 grandchildren, Cindy Carswell,Jacqueline Campbell and husband, Virgil, and Terrica Pearson, all of Tampa, and Sgt. Benetta Mungin and husband, Fred, Ft. Hood, Texas; 11 great grandchildren, Porschea Brewer and husband, John, Sr., Telea Allen, Anthony Williams, Jr., Dyrell Carrols, Urshonda Everett, Jamari Pearson, Shamiri Pearson, Javirgil Campbell, Jr., Derrick Johnson, Jr. and Stephen Carter, Jr., all of Tampa; 2 great, great grandchildren, John Brewer, Jr. and Mai Brewer; 2 brothers, Willie Frank Pearson, Sr. and Rogier E. Pearson and wife, Beaurie, all ofTampa; nieces, I\,.iedra Rogers, Francine .Pearson, Twanda Pearson, Queschon Puckett and hus-band, James, and Valerie Pearson, all of Tampa, Carol Beasley, Macon, GA, and Beverly Henry, Atlanta, GA; nephews, Darryl Pearson, Rogier Pearson, Jr. and wife, Rose, and Willie Pearson, Jr., all of Tampa; aunt, Estelle Gordon, Macon, GA; devoted friends, Rosa Jenkins, Mrs. Annie Daniels, Clifford Benson "Popeye," Ms. Willie Gre.en, the Conner and Williams family; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Public visitation will be Friday, June 29, 2007, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street. Family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will form at 3403 East Frierson-at 9:45 a.m. Arrangements entrusted to Jackson Funeral Home. "A JACKSON SERVICE" MR. FREDDIE BISHOP BARNHILL Funeral services for Freddie Barnhill will be held 2 p.m. on Saturday,-June 30, 2007, at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. Barnhill was born and raised in Tampa and is the 3rd of 7 children. He worked as a laborer. Freddie Barnhill is survived by: his_ parents, Freddie Bishop Barnhill, Sr. and Christene Greene; son, Freddie Barnhill, III; 4 sisters, Patricia Casteel (John), Earnestine Bacon (Troy), Virginia Barnhill and Rose Hazelton (Matthew), all of Tampa; brother, Willie Barnhill (Melinda) ofTampa; 13 grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Visitation for Mr. Barnhill MR.-FELTON L.FLOYD. (BUTCH) nieces and nephews, great nieces and great nephews, and sister-in-law, all of Tampa; and a host of cousins and close friends. Visitation for Mr. Floyd will be held from 6-8 p. m. on Friday, June 29, 2007, at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, Harold Jones, owner. MORNING GLORY FUNERAL CHAPEL SERVICE. will beheld from 6-8p. m: on'., 1 LO;.oo;._...;:;;.,;._ Friday, June 29, 2007, at MR. OMAR SHARIFF Morning Glory Funeral GLOVER Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, Harold Jones, I a owner. MORNING GLORY FUNERAL CHAPEL SERVICE. MR. FELTON L.FLOYD (BUTCH) \ Funeral services for the late Mr. Felton L. Floyd will be. held on Saturday, Juneo, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Isreal Bethel Church, 5033 Pine Street, Seffner; with Rev. Elder Hodges, officiating. Interment in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell. Mr. Felton was born on July 18, 1947, and was one of seven siblings born to the union of Mrs. Dorothy Floyd and the late Mr. Virgil Floyd. Mr. Floyd attended the public schools in Tampa and 1graduated from Middleton High School. He was a Drum Majo r at Middleton in 1966,. a n d he served in the United. States Navy after high school." Mr. Felton leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, mother, brothers, 3 sisters, -Fam ily Owned and Opera1ed-A TradiLion ConJinue.r I' I I :1. I I l ll l : a 1 j" 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luthtr King, Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl 33610 Ph. (813) 232 'Fax (813) 231-0521 !Lt our jillm1y tak care oj}Our "W e are the key to a.filrealld Funeral services for Omar Raheem Shariff Glover will be held on Saturday, June 30, 2007, at 2 p. m. at Faith Institutional Church, 2725 N. Florida Ave., Tampa, Pastor Antonio Hawkins, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery, Tampa. Omar Glover was born in Newark, New Jersey, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Raheem and Latifah Glover on December 30, 1978. Omar was called home on June 12, 2007, in South Tampa, where he resided for the past 16 years. He leaves to cherish his loving memories: brother, Charles Owens; sisters, Haneefah and Ayesha Glover; sons, AI Latiff Glover and Osaiah Omar Glover; nieces, Markesha, Nicole, Angel and Axzyla; nephews, .Amal, Sean, Dont'e anrl D'Sean; aunt, Doris; cousins, Slaughter, Dykes, Floyd and Washington; fiancEe, Carmen Guevara; andbest friends, Charles and 'Linda, Marquis, Tony, Clay,-Jack, Terry and Keto. Viewing for Mr. Glover will be held from 2-8 p. m. on Friday, :June 29, 2007, at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa, Jones, owner. MORNING GLORY FUNERAL CHAPEL SERVICE.


FUNERALS -., lJ c -----.. --------------... -.... --.. ---SISTER EMMA LUEDUNCAN Sister Emma Lue Duncan of 2.001 E. 25th Avenue, Unit B, passed away Thursday, June 21, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 30, 2007, at 11 a. m. at New Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 915 E. Okaloosa Avenue, with Reverend A Randolph Jerald, Sr., eulogist, and Reverend Bessie Leonard Mohead, presiding. The interment will be Tuesday July 3, 2007, at 11 a. m. in St. John Cemete'ry, Campbellton. Sister Emma Lue Duncan was born on August 1, 1927, to the late Eugene and Ora B. Facion in Houston County, Alabama. She moved to Tampa in 1949 and raised her family in Progress Village. Sister Duncan was a member of New Bethel A. M.E. Church w h e r e she served as a Stewardess. Sister Duncan was preceded in death by: her daughter, Jeannette Gladden; granddaughtea, Gwendolyn Dallas; grandpaaents, Hal'ley and Lugenia Ke)'; and brothers, Genic Facion and Lonnie B. Facion. She leaves to cherish her memory: 3 sons, Luther. B. Duncan, Jr. "Bubba" and wife, Delh Marie, Wallace Duncan and James Duncan "Cookie"; daughter, Holness; brother, Corrace Facion and wife, Betha; aunts Madanne Key and Minnie Key, both of Campbellton; grandchildren, Reginald Jones, B rian Agee, Emma M ajor and husband, Mack, Esther Dallas, Javin Duncan of Columbus, OH, Dwayne Duncan and Trina Spikes; special cousins, Susie Williams and Teretha Olds and 'husband, Walter of Campbellton; god grandchild, Sonya Murphy and husband, Timothy; lifelong friend, Sally Holmes; and a host of great grandchildren, other relatives and friends, The remains will repose after 5 p. m. on Friday, June 29, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The funeral cortege will arrange from. 1606 E. Annie Street at 10:15 a. m. on Saturday, morning. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL, JR. Mr. William Russell, Jr. of 2502 N. Fremont Avenue, passed away Thursday, June 21, 2007. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 30, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 5001 Cumberland Drive, with Reverend Beverly Lane, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Russell was a native and lifelong resident of Tampa. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Howard W. Blake High School, class of 1968. Following graduation, Russell enrolled at Florida A&M University. Mr. Russell was employed as a Cook at Bob Evan's Restaurant. He was preceded in death by: his father, William 'Russell, Sr.; and 2 brothers, Professor Samuel L. Spearman and Tommie L. Russell. He leaves to cherish his memory: mother, Inez M. Russell; .2 sisters, Carolyn Russell and Alva Russell; sister-in-law, Robbie Russell; 6 nephews, Mikol Vanright of Miami, Tommie L. Russell, Jr. of Tampa, Gary Ford, Jr. of Yazoo, MS, Sgt. Terrence Ford and wife, Carolyn of West Palm Beach (U. S. Air Force), Dwayne Russell of Griffin, GA, and Specialist Sir Michael and wife, Sara (U. S. Army); 3 nieces, Sabrina Johnson and husband, Nathaniel, Nezzetta Johnson and Nikia Johnson; 6 aunts, Irma Jean Barron, Annie Bell Freeman and Haze Dupree, all of Coleman, Geraldine Boatwright of Cocoa, Inetha Moore and husband, Reverend Joseph of Winter Park, and Jetti Foster of Miami; 2 uncles, John Spearman of Coleman, and Ranford Russell of Lake Panasoffkee; 9 g reat neJ}hews and 9 great nieces; devoted fFiends inCluding, Ricky Sailor, Sr., Mrs. Emma Ruth Allen, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher; and a host of loving relatives and neighbors. The remains will repose. after 5 p. m. today, June 29, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. The Florida Sentinel Will Be Closed On Wednesday, July 4th. MR. SYLVESTER ANDERSON Funeral services for Mr. Sylvester Anderson of 3022 Republica De Cuba, #109, who passed away on Tuesday morning at 3:55 a. m. at Melech Hospice House, will be held Saturday, June 30, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. W. D. Sims, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He leaves to cherish memories of him: daughters, Maxie Young of Perry, and Chanolia Anderson of Long Island, NY; son, Luther Anderson (Cynthia) of Richmond, VA; 16 grandchildren and 35 great grandeh!ldren; sister, Catherine Anderson Rowe of Tampa; special nieces, Maxine Rivers of Tampa, and Mae Poole of Jacksonville; nephew, David Rowe of Tampa; daughter-in-law, Helen Anderson of Greenville, SC; brothers-inlaw, Earl Williams (Clara), and Theodore Underwood (Elouise), both of Tampa, '-and Mack Williams, Jr. of Bay Point, California; sistersin-law, Julia West of Tampa, and Verdie Dobson of Perry; fellow co-woakers and f.-iends, Willie Taylor and John Jones; caring friends, Mary Wo.od, Staff of Hospice, Ruby Team, Evelyn Ford of Tampa Housing, the Melech Hospice House Staff, Dr. Pipalia, Betty Jo Bryant and Ann Moore; and a host of cousins, other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Mr. Anderson was born on April 28, 1918, in Donalsonville, Georgia, to the late Will Anderson and Susie Clark. He later moved to Perry, and married the late Mary Williams. To this union 5 children were born He was preceded'in death by sons, Sylvester Anderson, Ja. and Donald Anderson: He later married the late Ossie B. Hogan. Mr. Anderson later moved to Tampa over 6o years ago. He retired from the City of Tampa where he was Alphonso Jolly of Washington, D. C., lleabcrt Jolly, Deacon Edwaad L. .Jolly and wife, Lue, and James R. z Jolly, Jr. and wife, Connie of m Tampa; and a host of other I\) sorrowing relatives and .!D friends. 1'.) MR. HORACE N.JOLLY Mr. Horace N. Jolly of Tampa passed away Wednesday, May 30, 2007. A memorial service will be conducted on June 29, 2007, at 1 p. m. at the Prison Crusade Ministry, with Rev. Abe Brown, officiating. Mr. Jolly was a native of Tampa. He was born to Horace Jolly and Mary on November 7, 1952. He went to Howard W. Blake High School where he played football. He was preceded in death by: his father, Horace Jolly; mother, Mary; sister, Cynthia Jolly; and son, Garrick B. Fisher, Sr. He leaves to cherish his memory: sister, Horacesene Jolly; grandsons, Garrick B. Fisher, Jr., Keontay D. Newsome and Hassan B. Fisher; long time friend and mother of his son, Shirley F. Best; aunts, Annie Mae Gray _, and Dorothy Watson of Tampa; uncles, Jasper Jolly and wife, Barbara of Tampa, Rudolph Jolly and wife, Marion of Augusta, GA, BROTHER LEROY EDWARDS Leroy Edwards, a resident of Hillsborough County, passed away on June 9, 2007. A memorial service will be held in his honor on Friday, June 29, 2007, at Plantation Clubhouse, 11380 Brookgreen Dr., Tampa, at 7 p.m. Mr. Edwards was employed with Gateway Post Office in St. Petersburg, for 24 years and was a veteran with the United States Air Force and will be cherished by his fami-1 y. 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=== CARDS OF THANKS ===: STATE JJ CJ OUR SINCERE THANKS FAMU President, Alumni Optimistic About FAMU's Future c.. c z m 1\) CD HOWARD HEPBURN The Family ofthe Late Mr. Howard Hepburn extends our sincere thanks to everyone who provided support to the family during his recent Homegoing Celebration. To the Pastors and members of Mt. Sinai AME Zion Church and Mt. Pleasant M.B. Church, we are eternally grateful for the kindness expressed to our family. The foods, cards, flowers/floral presentations, financial donations, visits, and pray-ers were certainly.uplifting to the family. The West Tampa Beach Street neighbors have been very adoring. Loving spouse Leola Hepburn, children Carolyn & Norris, Malcolm & Angel Hepburn, Mark Hepburn, Debra Taylor and M'dtthew & Carolyn E. Hepburn, sister-in-law Theora Lester, the Hepburn and Lester families. One of the most wellknown historically Black universities in the nation has been officially punished for their financial problems. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) has placed Florida A&M University on probation for six months, citing the schools managerial and financial mis management issues. The SACS has identified 35 operational and financial problems through a recent audit. However, despite being criti cized, and now publidy chas tised, local alumni believe that FAMU will rebound from. this situation. "The situation is definitely unfortunate, but I do believe that the university will be okay," said Monroe Mack, a local pharmacist and 1956 FAMU graduate. "I think that there are enough alumni and FAMU supporters to resolve this issue, but it is up to the alumni and supporters to pool their resources together to do THANK YOU FROM TICHNIA AND ALBERT .JONES DOROTHY JONES CATHERINE SEYMORE Our thanks goes out nom the b .ottom of our hearts, to all family members and friends. Thank you for all of your prayers, support, donations and the comforting words during this time of our mourning, fm: the loss of our mother and father, who recently passed away. Not only' do we appreciate all of the support that you have given, the Lord and our parents, do also. We ask that you continue to keep in contact with us and also keep us in your prayers for the loss of both of our parents. We love you all and God bless you. Also, the entire families of Mack, Dorothy and Ms. Catherine extend thanks to everyone. Special thanks to.Elder Major Jones, Jr., Elder F1ank 0. Gray, and the Jones Girls. I 1 We work ha;der to cam your business. canL lt'i provid6 anything than or to \ca\'t.' you \vith ks.s than the best 2 client, you're ourhoss. don't sight of who we're working for. After all, you're the .(me we to. 3 airangc funerals, we don't sell them. lt'is ?ur responsibility your wbhcs respect ;our budget. 4 We like mcct'ing.Jamilics, not goals. 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Dr. Larry Robinson,-FAMU's Chief Officer, met with roughly 500 faculty mem bers earlier this week to inform them that no one should be concerned about losing their jobs. He emphasized. that FAMU's main problems were financial, not educational. "It's premature for I. DR. JAMES AMMONS FAMU's New President 1\) 0 0 """ to be_ worried about their jobs Student degrees are just as valuable now as they were three years ago. The one thing that we must do now is come together, and do our best in 5 each of our respective places," JJ 'said Robinson. "We believe CJ that Dr. Ammons' experience with SACS and resolving issues at North Carolina Central University will prove to be invaluable _as we move forward to resolve these issues." Dr. Ammons helped North Carolina Central Uniyersity raise $17.8 million toward the enhancement of the universi ty's budget. 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We are also in the process of developing a world-class resort in Middleburg, VA, just outside of Washington, D.C.," Prem Devadas, President. of Hospitality said during a telephone interview. Devadas said he was pro. hibited from discussing the purchase in detail because they were bound not to discuss it before the closing., which is scheduled to take place 01_1 July 16th. He stated that Ms. Johnson will hold a press conference at Innnisbrook at that time. Another project in the works by Salamander Hospitality is a management services organization that will oversee the devel-, Fill-Ins i $14.99. $9,99 &.Up &.up SHEILA CRUMP JOHNSON Former Co-Owner of BET opment and operations of new hotels in Neyv Orleans, Louisiana and Virginia. The property has four championship golf courses; six pools; a 36-person spa; 11 tennis courts; two racquetball courts, and one wallybally court. The property has a children's recreation center, three clubhouses with restaurant and golf shop, a 65,000 square-foot meeting space complete with three conference centers, a ballroom and meeting rooms. The resort, located in Pinellas County, sits on -1,000 acres. A gated, private nature walk and a 608-room hotel as well. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@jlsentinel.com. AFRICAN HAIR BRAIDING By Mamaah [813) 911-1818 Flllill swnthellc Hair WeSUPPIW Human Hair We Speclatile In All Kinds Of Bralils & Twlsls I FREE We Are Alfordall!le Address: N. 30th St. Tampa, FL 33612 At Poinsettia Pl111a Behind Busch Gardens Between Annie & Bougainvillea We Maslercard Visa American ExPress Discover Monday Saturday 7:30am -Pollee: Man Kills Boy For Throwing Rocks JONATHAN WATTS Charged with Capitol Murder EL DORADO, Ark. -A man irritated by children throwing rocks at his house shot and killed a 9-year-old boy, police said Tuesday. Officers were called shortly Monday afternoon and found Demotric Moore with a gunshot wound to the neck. The boy was pronounced dead at a hospital. Officers saw Jonathan Watts, 50, inside his home, ordered him to the ground and arrested him. .. I've it with these kids and the rock throwing," Watts said as he was being handcuffed, El Dorado police Capt. David Smith said. Watts told officers that he'd thrown the gun away. Initial calls reported a man with a BB gun, Smith said. The weapon was a shotgun, according to a police report Smith said police had been called to Watts' home on a number. of occasions. "Apparently, rock throwing had been an ongoing prob lem," Smith said. "Even on one occasion Watts had thrown a brick at a small child in retaliation for a child throwing rocks." Watts is being held pending a formal cliarge by prose cutors, and it is unknown if he has an attorney. His first appearance in El Dorado District Court is scheduled for Wednesday, Smith said. -. S'ubscribe Today! Voice of Our Communitv Speaking for :Itself" Pilot, 23, Completes RoundThe-World Solo Trip OPA-LOCKA --A 23-year old pilot landed his singleengine plane as onlookers cheered Wednesday, becoming what he says is the youngest person to fly solo around the world. Before ending his threemonth trip, Barrington Irving circled the Opa-locka airport and flew low along the runway as a band played. He smiled and waved as he climbed out of the plane in his tan jumpsuit, hugging and praying with friends and fam--ny. "I am home," he said quietly when he stepped to a micro phone. The long flight challenged him mentally and physically, he said, and "I am. proud to have had the opportunity to live my dream." Irving, an aerospace student who built his plane' from more than $300,000 in donat ed parts, had left the Miamiarea city March 23. In all, his continent-hopping journey covered some 27,000 miles. He completed two legs Tuesday, flying the "Inspiration" from Houston to Barrington Irving a 23-year-old Jamaican-born pilot, waves after landing at Opalocka Airport Wednesday, ending a 3-monthjourney. Mobile, Ala., in the morning and then from Mobile to Orlando late in the day. The short 'flight from Orlando on Wednesday completed his journey. He claims he is first black person as well as the younge-st person to complete the journey alone, though it was unclear how the claims would be validated. Memphis Mayor Blasts Sex Allegations MEMPHIS, TN -Mayor Willie Herenton stepped before television cameras to announce he had made a startling discovery: Rich, white businessmen were plotting to derail his re-election by video taping him having sex .with a strip club waitress. The revelation earlier this month added a racial dimen sion to Herenton's campaign for a fifth term that would make him the longest-serving mayor in Memphis history. Herenton, the city's first elected Black mayor, stared Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton waves to supporters at the Memphis con-vention after being re-elected into the cameras, and issued for a reason to be a victim," a warning fpr the "snakes" said Larry Moore, a _conspiring against hin:t. University of Memphis profes-"One snake who's been sor and political consultant. crawling in the grass finally The conspiracy claims came raised llis head," the mayor from Gwendolyn D. Smith, said at a June 14 news confera 29-year-old former waitress ence. "But I want you to know who silid was offered that there's another snake in $150,000 to seduce the 67-01Jr midst ... and I'm going to year-old mayor and videotape put him on notice. their sexual encounter. "When he raises his head Smith, ,who is also Black, ... ," Herenton said, pausing made the allegations in a let with .a slow smile. "You comter to the state prosecutor in plete the rest of it." Memphis. She said her former It was an edgy performance, _lawyer, Richard Fields, even for Herenton, a 6-foot-6 recruited her for the plot and former boxer with a taste for promised she would be paid political combat and a selfby unnamed "benefactors." assuredness that drives his She also accused Fields of critics to distraction. He sexually assaulting her. offered no evidence and Fields, who is white, is a refused to name the "wealthy well-known civil-rights lawyer business leaders" he said in Memphis. He was once were behind the plot. married to Smith's cousin "He's always been very and represented Smith in aggressive, but in this case, it 2004 when she pleaded guilty look like he was grasping to felony charges offorgery.


CRIME NEWS Suspect Sought In Credit Union Robbery Temple Terrace Police are searching for a man who allegedly robbed the GTE Federal Credit Union, 9380 North 56th Str_eet, at gunpoint around 2:45 p .m. Monday. The 'suspect is described as a Black male, 6'2" tall, about 280 pounds, with a muscular build. Pollee said the suspect entered the credit union, yelled for everyone to get down, and while holding a handgun demanded money from the teller. Tl)e suspect fled ,on foot toward a nearby apartment complex behind the credit union. He did not fire his weapon and no one was injured. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Temple Terrace Police' Department at (813) 989-7110. .Holiday Memorial On-Biack Crime Rally -A really to bring awareness to the general public of the of deaths in our community is scheduled for Saturday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. in front of GQ Fashions, 2525 East Hillsborough Avenue. It had earlier been reported the event was to be held today (Friday). The event, spearheaded by Vivian Heyward and Ms. Lucy Mills, is to ask for help in apprehending the person or 'pers6ns responsible for a nUJuber of unsolved murders in our community. Some of the families of the victims willbe on hand to thank all of you for caring and showing support. Victims such as K w ane Doster, Michael Watkins, Kevn Allen, Laquetta White, Isaiah Brooks, Brian Adams, Warren Mitchell, Cedric "CJ" Mills, Nathaniel Thornton, Leroy "Whoppo" Chestnut, Marcus .Johnson, and others will be remembered. The entire community is asked t come out in support of this event. Contact Vivian Heyward for more information at !813) or call (813) 416-9154. Is CHOICE BAIL BONDS : ... Us Be Ycmr 1st And Last Free Services Otlered To Clients Job Refferrals Referrals For Treatmen t I Re-establishing Comicted Felons V11ting Rights (813).664-0404 5005 Martin Kin g Jr. Blvd. ( I hhx:k cast -of 50th s tn :ct) Protect your family Get tested for HIV. To learn more about HIV and AIDS, Call 1 -800-FlA-AIOS or visit WeMake TheChange.com FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BUREAU OF HIV I AIDS 'Operation .Blue Heat' Results In 17 Arrests Tampa Police announced that phase two of their Operation Blue Heat investigation has resulted in 17 felony arrests. Police said the investigation was designed to attack quality of life and serious crimes in an area near Sulphur Springs. Police said several of the 17 people arrested had multiple felony charges, and there were also 10 misde-. mean or arrests, 5 of them men soliciting undercover officers and 4 for prostitutes soliciting undercover officers. Police made two "in progress" arrests, one for .. .auto burglary and the other from a strong-armed robbery. Five vehicles were impounded and po lic e seized 1.6 grams of roc k c o caine, 4 7 grams of marijua n a and 1.2 grams of a control substance described as phemengan pills. Sister Charged In Brother's Stabbing Death Bank Robber's Photo Released LAKELAND -Lakeland Police have released the photo of a woman they said claimed she had a bomb when she robbed a Wachovia Bank Wednesday. Investigators released the photo of a Black female described as appearing to be between 5'6" and 5'8" tall, and weighing 150 pounds. Police said the woman handed the teller a note indicating she had a bomb, then took off with money in a 4-door maroon Nissan or Honda sedan. Suspected bank robber. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Lakeland Police Department at (863) 834-8958. Pawti Shop Sting Nets 11 Arrests GULPORT -Citing an increase in stolen prop-erty crimes, Gulport Police asked for help from the Pinellas JAMES C o u n t y WHITE Sheriff's Office in June 2006 On Tuesday, detectives finished their year-long investigation with the arrest of 11 people suspected of dealing in stolen property. Authorities set up. shop within T's Buy Sell, 801 49th JEFFREY JAMES Arrested in the sting were James Amos, .James White, Jason Jeffrey James, Robert Snyder, Susan Vinson, Bass, Mark Palmer, Elizabeth Groff, Sheri Wilkes, and Lee. Street. Over the next 9 months, undercover detec-Uncle Sand y tives posing as store clerks Savs purchased apd cataloged J more. than 1,000 items, -.::..?:-.:: including a variety of jewelry' ROSE SMITH and sporting goods. 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Second Annual Spring Tea The Second Annual Spring Tea was held at the Blaise Alfano Center on June 3rd. More than 200 guests donned their vintage attire, including hats and gloves, to enjoy the afternoon event. Candy Lowe of Candy Lowe Tea Time at the Harbor Club, hosted the event. She shared a variety of relaxing teas with the guests. (Photographs by David Winston) Candy Lowe of Candy Lowe Tea Time, center, with Life, left, Master of Ceremonies, and her daughter, Cookie. Ms. Mattie McPherson has a striking pose. Connie Melton and Cecelia Williams with their roses. The Band performed. Ladies in these stunning hats who attended the Spring Tea at Candy Lowe Tea Time are, from left: Betty Wilson, Debra Williams, Twanda Bradley and Olivia Carmichael-Brown, owner of Visor View by Olivia. Carol Lawrence, very fashionable in this outfit from Visor View by Olivia. Carol was winner of the hat contest. Gomez Payne was one of the stunning models. Musical entertainment was provided by Vision of Harmony. Spoken Word artist, Life, left, was Master of Ceremonies with Carolyn Lighty as Mistress of Ceremonies. They are m aking a presentation to Motown Maurice. Judges for the evening were Jarvis K. El-Amin, MarvinCampbell, Keto Hodges.


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ALL ABOUT YOU! PATSY HILLIARD Birthday wishes go out to Patsy. :Her sisters, Charlotte, Delores, Cheryl and Sheila are inviting all their friends to come celebrate with her. Patsy resides in Ft. Lauderdale and is coming home to celebrate her birthday with her family and friends. Her birthday party will be Saturday, June 30th at the Shark Bar downtown, l02 S. Tampa St. Party will be from 7:00 p. m. uritil. I Congratulations I PEGGY HARRIS We want to congratulate you on your success at achieving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing at Bethune-Cookman University. We wish you suecess in your endeavors. Love, Tony-and Keyshawn. Happy Belated Father's Day ALBERT JACKSON, JR. We're sen9ing a special Father's Day wish to Albert Jackson, Jr. We love you! From your chil-' dren: Margaret Jackson a:nd Albert Jackson, III, and family. .RE-BIRTH-ACADEMY -CHARTER SCHOOL A SCHOOL OF CHOICE .. NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FOR: --,. KGSTH *CONVENIENT LOCATION CLASS SIZES 18: 1 RA QUAUJY INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS *CERTIFIED AND CARING TEACHERS *FOCUSES ON POSmvE VALUES .. FREE REGISTRATION AND .ADMISSION God Sent Us An Angel From Heaven Above ... DA 'VESHIA DE' ASIA BRIM One Day Old You see her, Miss Da'Veshia, stunting like her mommy, but looking like her daddy. She was born on S/27 to the very proud parents of Tameka and David. Congratulations on your bundle of joy: Take care of each other and may God bless you all. Utmost love, your godpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice and Valrica Mann. MR. And MRS. EDDIE (CUBIE BROWN) DOUGLAS Congratulations to my sis ter /friend on her marriage, May 23, 2007. From, June. :D 0 1 Shining Is What She Does Best 1 c: z m N jD N 0 0 ....... ., r 0 :!:! c ):> en m LAMYJAH BALDWIN Z ::! z Our Princess is 9. She will be celebrating with the Brat Pack at m Q-Zar on 6-30-07. r;-P. S. Welcome home, Chevy!! NEVEN And NYEN Happy birthday "Stanky.'; Love always, Kena, Neven and Chris. NEVEN,NYEN -r r m ::! z "tt c: to. c en :I: m c m < m :II -< -f c: m en c l> z c ., -:!:! 0 ANOINTED WORD ACADEMY Corner of Rome &: Dr. (254-5271) ... '"'. PASTOR ROY HAYES, Principal The Registration Fee Is Waived All G-rades UntH August 3rd. Take Advantage Of This One Time OfferTQDAY!


g F IR S T MOUNT CARMEL GREGG TEMPLE RELIGIOUS -. -. N A.M.E.CHURCH AM E CHURCH a> 4406 N. 26th Street (813) 236-2322 N 4603 42nd St., T ampa w (8131 623-2107 z ::J ...., >"' a: w > w c w :::1: REV. KIRK R. BOGEN, Pastor Church School Sunday 9:30a.m Worship Service Sunday 11 a. m. REV. FRANKIE S. FAYSON Ill, Pastor Sundu School 10 A.M. Prayer Meeting & B ib le Study Wednesday 6:30 p. m. Morning Worship n A.M. Bibla Study TUESDAY 7 P.M. GOD IS IN CHARGE TABERNACLE OF "Come And Experience The Of Pentecost N. Oregon Ave., Tampa, FL, 33606 (8U) 254-5260 KENNETH STEWART, Pastor (8U) 817-7288 Pastor's Message & -Sund a y School 12 p.m. Morning Worship 1 'p. m Wednesday Bible Study" 7:30p.m. Youth Sign Language & Tutoring THE STEWART FAMILY Directions: 1-275 to Downtown West Exit (Ashley Dr ive ) Turn Right o Kennedy Blvd.* Turn Right o n Oregon Avenue. www.tabofhope.org pastor@tabofhope.org Your Llf Is Detrmlnd By Th Choices You Mak e .. "One Church_, Two Locations" Church: (813) 251-5756 & Fax: (813) 231-4664 "Equ!pping The Saints For .The Of The Ministry" Ephesians 4:12 west .... .,. LocatiOn _, -" 2001 N. Alb1111Y AvenUe, Tampa, FL 33607 e' s a.m. EliriJ Worship :. -' .. .. 10 a.m. : SundQ : -.: 7 P.m Wednesday interceuorY Prayer .. .. I n' ... "',_),' 7;30 p.m. Worship Service l-. South Ta111pa Location 5833 S. Dale Mabry HWY., Tampa, 33611 11:15 Horning Worship CJ) It ::J 7 p.m. Tuesday Bible Study SUPT. Q.ETHEN U. SUTTON Pastor Teacher m ::J ll. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m I ...J w z j:: z w (/)

. RELIGIOUS :::0 0 The Early Believer Catches The Word }< c.. c z m In this world, the price of a person's time today is at least 105 times higher than the price of gasoline. However, time, has no meaning without life, andlife cannot exist without time. The Bethany Christian Discipleship Church (BCDC), "The place of Refuge, Renewal and Resurrection" under the leadership of its senior pastor, R. Lockett, Jr., has prayerfully and consciously decided to help those whose life is full of the pursuit of happiness. Based upon several princi ples found in scripture, like the 6th chapter of the gospel of Matthew where it declares that if you Seek ye Senior Pastor the "Seek Ye First principle. ''The body of Christ has to first the ldngdom of God and His righteousness and all UNITY MISSIONARY these other things shall be adcled unt.o you. BAPTIST CHURCH Subsequently, it is this 3111Ybot FL33605 "Seek Ye First ... principle that the BCDC ministry wants to remind the people of. The secon d principle, also found in scripture, to become all things to all men in order to win (save) some, is employed by BCDC, 1st Corinthians ELDER H. H. HUNT, Pastor 9:22c challenges and details :Sundar School9 :30 A. M. a recipe for getting people Moming Worsh i p -11 A.M. saved Being saved just hap-Bible Stud, Tuesdar 7:30 P. M pens to be one of the prereq-uisites for the fulfillment of THE PUBLIC IS INVITED entertain and give thought to what it really means to become all things to all men in order that we may some", says Pastor R. LocketL Consequently, a combination of these principles has given birth or set into motion the BCDC Morning Glory Services. The BCDC Morning Glory services begin at 8:15 a m. and 10:15 a. m. and are not your average-run-of-the-mill early morning Sunday services. 1\) i3CDC believes that in one C/) m z :::! z m r;m c: r rm -i z ., c: m c C/) :X m c m < m J:J -< -i c: m C/) c )> z c ., J:J c .. C) m (J1 I ttl


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CHURC H DIRECTORY Abundant l-if4 (huh Of God In (hl'ift 4125 Nassau St. W. Tampa, FL 33067 (813) 875-9077 KAREN BARNES, PASTOR OF OPERATIONS Our Weekly Order Of Service SundBY School 9:30 AM Homing Worship 11:00 AM Intercessory PliiiYer Monday Friday 6:00 A.M. Bible Institute Wednesday 7:30 P .M. (orpol'illte Prayer Every 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P.M. "I have come that they might have LIFE more ABUNDANTLY" St. John 10:10 Come & Hear God's Word With God's People AI ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH Tampa, Fl33605 2709 N. 251h Sl (al 171h Ave. ) 248-6753 REV. RONALQ D. MIZER, Pastor Office Hours M-F 10am 2pm Sundays 7:45 a.m. Early Morning Worship 9 a.m. Breakfast Served 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Morning Worship Wednesdays 12 p.m. Noon Day Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Prayer And Bible Study Share Box Program Available GREATER BETHEL MISSivn-lllllli BAPTIST CHURCH 1207 N. Jefferson St., Tampa, FL, 33602 (813) 229-1390 HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHIRST HOUSE OF PRAYER ASSEMBLY, INC. 2818 E. Osborne Avenue, Tampa, (813) 238-2213 DR. A. F. _NELSON-VICKERS, Pastor & Founder "ONE SERVICE CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE" Order Of Service: Sunday Sthool 10 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship a.m. Tuesday Night 7:30p.m. 'Bible Study 2nd Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Substance Abuse Ministry 3rd Wednaday Night 7:30 pm. Singles MiniJtry 4th Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Marriage Ministry Thursday Night 7:30 p.m. Worship Serviw Friday Night 7:30 P.M. Youth Service Saturday Morning 11a.m. Sabbath Servke MOUNT. PLEASANT M.a .. CHU RCH 2002 N. Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa .' Dr c. T. Kirkland, Pas. tor Tel: (813)'253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com 7ec:un EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45 SUNDAY. SCHOOL 9:3 0 A.M. ;-:-=..;..:.:.::...::.....=----. MORNING WORSHIP 11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS .. 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS ,., 6 PM Prayer Service ,7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study ., TAPE MINISTRY PastoJ Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org St. Mary M. B. Church 3910 W. Laurel Street S 13-S72-6254 PASTOR WALLACE Z. BOWERS Sunday School -9:30A.M. Sunday Moming Worship ll:OOA.M. Wednesday Night: Prayer Meeting-7:00P.M. Bihle Study 8:00 P.M. Thursday Noon Day Prayer Noon to 1:00 P.M. vange & Evangelist Eric W Doss Come Share Jesus With Us! Worship & Study Sunday : 6 AM. Early Worship: 9 45 A.M. Bible School 1 0:45a 2nd Morning Worship 5p-Evening Worship Wednesday : 7p B ible Study (all ages) Tel : 813-985-5578 or E-mail :nchrist@tampabay. rr com REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS, Pastor Early Morning Worship 7:55 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 9:30 Worship :10:55 A.M. wee.., Family-Night 7 P.M. Dea. John C. Baard Of Deacons 29th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. (813) 242-4572 Bible School-9:15 A.M. Momina Worship :30 Evening Bible Class 5 P.M. Evening Worship 6 P.M. CommunitY Bible Oais Wednesday, 10 -11 A.M. Laura Street Church of Christ t!-tc 'UJ IACKSON HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 East Laura Street Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752 MINISTER JAMES T. SUTTLE, SR. ORDER OF SERVICES William Kerrison, Minister Sundar SUIIdBV Homing Bible Study ................. 9:45 A.M. Sunday School For All Ages 8:30 a.m. Morning 11/orship Service 9:45 a.m. Homing Worship Worship ........... 11 A.M. Evening 11/orship Service 5:00 p.m. Evening Bible StudY ....................... 5 P.M. Weclnclav Evening Worship ............................. 6 P.M. Bible Classes For All Ages 7:00 p m Wed11esdav Morning Bible Study ..................... 10 A.M. 3817 E. Lindell Ave Tempe, FL 33610 (&13) 664&9& ihchurchofchrist@aol.com Evening Bible Study ........................ 7 P.M. St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Church School 9 :30A.M. Sunday _. i Bible Study 7 P.M. each Wednesday 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Take Progr.ess Blvd to s 85th St., turn North, go to Ash Ave. turn E follow the curve to the left (S. 86th St.) and the church Is on the right. Join Us Sundays. At ll A.M. 813-980-2483 First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Inc. 1302 N. Willow Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607 Sunday School .................... ;-.9:30 A.M. Morning Worship .............. 10:45 A.M. Prayer Service, Tuesday ........ 7:00 P.M. Bible Study, Tuesday ............ ;7:30 P.M. Please Join Us For Our New Mid-Week Worship Service Every Wednesday At Noon REY. RA \TORD HARPER ., Pastor I Can Do Ail Things Through Chri.it Which Srrengrhrmerh Philippiuns _.: 13 JESUS.PEOPLE FAMILY WORSHIP -,. cENTER.CHURCH.-: :.:. TAMPA; FLORIDA 4802 GUNN HIGHWAY: CARROLLWOOD UN THE TOWNE CENTER SHOPPING CEN.TER) First Fruit 7:30 A. H Morning Celebration 11 A. M. BIBLE STUDY Thursday At 7:30 P. M. ., :D 0 c z m 1\) !D 1\) 0 0 """ 'T1 r-0 :D 0 > en m z ::! z m I I ID c r r-z 'tl c ID ,.... iii :J: m 0 m < m JJ -< """' c m en 0 > z o 'T1 :::0 6 G) m """ I ID


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_ LOCAL News From Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS Belated Birthdays Happy belated birthday tg Jyreshia Jordan. June 16t was the wonderful day. Coming from family and friends. Hope you had a marvelous time. June Celebrants Folks celebrating their natal days this month are: Kathy Griffen, Sandra Williams, Jeremiah Marshall, Bert Graham, Wanda Mitchell, Sallye Washington, Karen Stapleton and Norman Harris. Happy Birthday To A Great Mother Ms. L. Singleton The children of Ms. L. Treniece Singleton are senqing a special birthday shout out to their mom; Mom, we are so blessed to have you as our mother. We pray that you are with us for many birthdays to come. Love you, Mom!!! Smith, Lucy White, Cheryl Sick List Armstrong, Catherine His eye is on the sparrow and Willis, Jacob 'Roberts, IknowHewatchesoverme. Devonte Daniels, Serena Get well wishes are extended Eloton, Barbara McBride, to: Alfonso Johnson, Sr., Evony Nicole Jackson, Mozell Debose, Mr. and Karen Blands, Deuntrice Mrs: James Barr, Adrian Keaton, Theresa A. Brown, Bush, Loraine Reed, Jerry Janet Stewart, Craig Lott, Ralph Anderson, Graham, Rev. Thomas Dorothy York, Alethia Heyward, Rosemary King, Francis Johnson, O'Neal, Yolanda Smith, Willie Ed Chaney, Arlene Harry Roberts, .. Keith Evans, Eloise Bell, Lelia Roberts, Karen Roberts, Felder-Moss, Susie Berry; Llewellyn Christopher, Linda Parker-Lee, Sallie. Sonia Watson, Jacynthe Holmes, Thelm a Weems, Lettsome, Esper Barkley, Reva Taylor; Neva Marncesia .cotton;. Stapleton, Helen Mond, Michelle Richards, Aaron Bessie Campbell; Rosa Lee Thomas, Sharon Baugh, Marshall, Robert E. Taylor, Ermine Liverpool, Richard Althea James, Ida Sterling, Raymond, Christine Tameka Campbell, Ardrea. Tyler, Sherry Willingham, Lynette Mcanuff, Janie Jackson, Ledora Blake, Ellen Jenkins, Masie McKeller, Barbara Turner, Alicia Horsley and Cynthia Edmond-Niles. Please extend special prayers to Pastor David Glover who suffered a stroke and is recu perating in New York. In Sympathy Deepest sympathy is sent to the Royal, Hill and Bishop family members in the l oss of their loved one, Mr. Homer "Butch" Royal. Condolences to Mr. Howard Seymore and family due to the loss of their wife and moth-er, Mrs. Catherine Seymore. Sympathy is extended to the Young, Miller, Ealy, Anderson and Strickland families due to the loss of Ms. Deleena Lamecha Young; who was funeralized on Saturday, June 23, 2007, at Friendship M B. Church, Rev. Johnnie Miller, officiated. Prayer requests are asked for David Woodard, who lost his father Also remember his wife, Sonya and children, and his mother, Sis. Ethel Woodard, and other family members. Anniversaries Happy belated anniversary to Alphonso and Ozzie Mitchell who ce l ebrat ed their anniversary on 6/28. Happy anniversary Wishes go out to Gregory and David, who special day is today June 29th Congratulations Congratulations goes out to Bro. Lee Parker on being named "Outstanding Freshman of the Year" at Morehouse College That's the way to go! Mrs. Beverly Smith is the newly appointed Assistant Principal at E. L Bing Elementary. Welcome aboard! Salutations to Ms. Patricia Hordge the Technology Specialist at West Tampa Elementary who was named "The Instructional Support Employee of the Year 2007" by Hillsborough's Education Foundation. As this year's win ner, Patricia was treated to a limo ride to school, $1,000 i n cash, a new computer, certifi.: cates to restaurants, entertain ment and sporting events and a vacation in the Bahamas 'TI JJ 0 1\) 0 0 -...J Bro. Charles Scott -Presiding, Bro. Julius c.. Robinson -Call To Worship; C Sis. Joann Taylor Hymn of Praise; Prayers -Min. Jackie 1\) Brooks; Scripture -Bro. .!-0 Roger Brooks, Litany -Sis. Bettye King' ; Occasion Welcome -Sis. Cheryl Ferrell; Benevolent Offering -Rev. Cathy Johnson; Tithes and Offerings Bro. Clarence Vickers, Waymon Saffore and Marvin Knight; Introduction of Speaker -Sis Cheryl Ferrelli Sermoni c Hymn -Louvenia Caldwell; Discipleship Rev. _Joe Gay; Remarks .:... Bro. Spencer Albert and Rev Joe Gay. WelcomeAboard A new rider on the Sentine l tr-ain is Mrs Elizabeth Williams. Enjoy the Tide. Thought For Today steward Day "Many of life's failures are Observation people who did not realize how close they were to success when On Sunday, June 18, 2007 St. J A M E Ch h R t __ hey gave up_ : ; ames urc ev. 'T1 Joe Gay, pastor and congrega-1 tion observed their annual F. Y. I. g Steward Day. Remember our servicemen C The program was as follows. and women who put their lives > The theme was "In His service, on the line daily for us.. CJ) we shall remain obedient." The Remember the helpers in the speaker was Rev. Isaac T. Thelma, (813) 671-:;j .. Har.mon of. .ChTistian 3614, Family. Deli, (813) .671..-z Fellowship Center i ,nChipley. 1541 or H / Q 2J8-The 11 a. m. speaker was Rev 5221. l IJJ Clarence Wilcher, retiredCall your iiews into Iradean C: Pastor of Mt. Olive A. M. E. .London-Biggs at (813) 677Church in Bealsville. 6071. Be blessed! m :;j ,--z "D c: IJJ r-c;; ::::t m c m < m :II -< -f c: m (/) c > z c 'T1 :IJ c )>' -<(


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The singer has hired new management and lined up several concert gigs, mostly festivals, in such places as Dubai, Turkey and the Netherlands. the U.S., she has four dates scheduled, including a free concert August 6 in Bropklyn as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series Earlier this month, Hill contributed the single "Lose Myself' to the soundtrack for the animated film "Surfs Up." Frenchie Alleges Racism On Alaska Airlines Flight Frenchie Davis says she was a victim of racism by a: passenger and flight attendants on Alaska Air, and plans to discuss her ordeal in a press conference scheduled for this week in Los Angeles Her rep, however, has already told EUR what werit Her account is.as follows: ,. ... The "American/dol" yet was 'seated by the wiridow at. 1:30 p.m. for a scheduled 1:55 p.m. take off on Friday. A man and his son had the seats next to Frenchie, but the boy complained that he didn't want to sit next to the "bi g Black person," Davis' rep says. The man asked Frenchie to put her armrest down between her and the boy, but Frenchie had already fallen asleep as the plane began to taxi down the runway. According to her rep, the man "stands up and shakes Frenchie violently saying wake up and put the armrest down right now. She tells him to take his hands off her." The man allegedly asked flight attendants to call security because this "big Black woman is harassing him," the rep recounts. She says two flight FRENCHIE DAVIS respond, but don't bother to ask Frenchie to tell -her side of the story. They just demand that she move Frenchie tells the attendants that she was attacked, the rep says. But the pilot somehow gets involved, turns the plane around and heads back to the gate, where Frenchie "wirids up off the plane and misses .her flight to her next profession al singing rep &,ays. "A few witnesses give her their information and tell her if she needs a witness to call them." Los Angeles community activist Najee Ali is involve d and will give remarks at the press confer ence, scheduled for Thursday morning at the Lucy Florence Coffeehouse in L A.


ENTERTAINMENT Shemar Moore Given Fine, Probation For DUI In the same courtroom where Paris Hilton was sent to jail, actor Shemar Moore managed to keep himself free on Friday after pleading no contest-to two DUI charges. L .A. City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo charged with two misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence. He was already free on $5,000 bail and he was to face his charges on June 26. But Moore's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, appeared before Judge Michael T. Sauer -the same rnan who sentenced Hilton to the pokey -and entered a nocontest plea on the charge of exhibition of speed. The twb misdemeanor DUI charges were dropped, and Moore was given 36 months pr_ olla, ticin as well as an mate $1400 fine and an order. to perform SHEMAR MOORE vice California Highway Patrol had stopped Moore for speeding near Santa Monica Blvd, around 1 a .m. on June 1. The 37cyear-old "Young and the Restless" veteran "displayed signs of alcohol impairment and a DUI inves tigation was conducted," an officer reported at the time. Wh{le being booked, Moore blew a .08 bl. ood alcohol level California's legal limit Dam'on Dash, W _ife In Rap mogu i -Dam.on Dash. \ .. ... .liEl'ElTI3%'lT51 and fashion dcsignci \-.:itc, Rachel Rpy .. reportea. ly with 'ca'Cn. in lie =:,: Yo1'J.. .. .-...... ; 'Post' :<; Pilgi ; Six, .-the coujJle wns ).iJ ,. at k .__.:..,;_ ___ ____;__,_ ___ .;___. J>AMON DASH ., : \\'"c, matdi,. .. -.. ..-. < ll ii1 n '1) a .he sn\'v her h e olit." attc-icl _i!; g a (_:: Roy J :e pii'rtcdly stayqd at o}idnigbt : Socialista for the o :': .. 111 nn nhenJcl .: wiHic J?a&h to sl-'J;. ;,n'::a ... ': '': : .... ,:_ Rev. Run To Be Crowned BMIIcon Flav Ordered To Pay .1.8 M For Decade-Old Case Lawyers for Flavor Flav have said they will appeal a judge's decision ordering the rapper to pay $1.8 m illion to a neighbor he allegedly shot at J.O years ago in their Br.onx apartment building. According to the New York Post, the appeal is based on allegations that the judge in REV. R,UN the case, Dianne Renwick, has a conflict of interest Rev. Run from the because to FLAVOR F -LAV groundbreak.ing rap group Bronx DA Roberf'Jqhnson, Run-DMC and MTV's "Run's who tried and failed to cori-months in jail. and three House" will be honored as a viet Flav of the shooting in years of prol:>at ion, court doc BMI Ic on at the performing the early 9os: uments show. .. .right organization's 7th "Her acti'orts retaliat .o-English, a social worker, Annual Urban Awards, to be ry because her. husband lost filed an: assault,and-battery held Sept. 7 at The New York a series of cases to Fl.av," civil-suit .,.against Flav. A New York hotel in Las .said attorney Cha,r-les .process server dropped the Vegas. Johnson, papers offwith a doorman of The Ic;n is godfather"to two of Flav's their building.-Flav IJ,ever glvden tt'ot Mh shongwhntde;.s kids and is not,:related to the. responded,)aier he' an ar 1s s w o ave a a B nA h. p d d l bl fl ., .current ronx t e ost hadn t received the papers.-A. umque an m e 1 e m u t .. .... d f: 1 d $ ence on generations of music repor s. : .. e _au. t gmei!-t of makers." Rev. Run wiil be real na.me IS was Issued him m saluted wiih an all-star' Wtlham a,llegedly 19_ 9 7 for.,.civil a _ssault and musical tribute the: fired .shots battery -,in; ceremony He joins past Icon Enghsh at Execut1ve. .. and honorees James Bro.wn, Towers, the Brqnx $500,QOO iti ; dam: ISaac .Hayes; AI Green, building where. bb"tl'l lived in ages. ,,;;:;: Charlie Wilson .and The. 1993. E nemy. With interestaccumulating_ Gap Band, Little Richard,: rapper faced . ::, < \ ... .. bal; _,. forFREE door pr1zes!! : -. :.: .. ,. ':. :.{ :::.1;.,. I :'. -.:FREE FOOD!'! ... o : I ..... t -. : -. ',,_.0 N,.SITE PHOTOGR::\PH:ER; I ; I J 0 .,. ., ., r .. ..... ; Grmip : : A \ aiHihhi \ ; l bi'lniltion -' ; ; -. ..... ., ::lJ 0 l> -< c.. c: z m N (0 N 0 0 ....... "T1 r-0 ::n 0 .l> en ,. m r z m r-1 OJ c: r r-z "0 c: OJ r-u; "i l ::z: m o m '.< ., m ::lJ ---< -i e m (J) o )>. -< )> z .::lJ 0 ..l>. -< ..,.


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But Wilmington StarNews reports that Herd wasn't listed as the father on the bi _rth certificate filed by DREAMZ Young, and no other documents supporting_her paternity claims were filed. During the course of "Survivor,"" Dreamz pocket. ed $100,000 for placing second and scored a $60,000 truck, thanks to the deal made with Yaoman that he did not honor. Ironically, the betrayal and the bad taste it left among members of the jury may have contributed to his loss of the million dollar prize to Earl Cole. Rapper 50 Cent Doing Time With De Nlro, Paclno 50 CENf, ROBERT DE NIRO AndALPACINO NEW YORK --Rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is in final negotiations to join Robert De Niro and AI Pacino in "Righteous Kill," a crime thriller that starts shooting in September The acting veterans play detectives tracking a serial killer, while Jackson would play a drug dealer who helps them with their investigation. De Niro and Pacino will be onscreen together for nearly the entire film. The longtime friends shared no screen time in 1974's "The Godfather: Part II" and only one scene in 1995's "Heat." Jackson starred in "Get Rich Or Die Tryin,"' a 1995 movie based on his drugdealing past Jon Avnet will direct the $60 million project. Overture Films, the nascent studio arm of Liberty Media's Starz Entertainment pay-TV unit, has picked up all North American rights. Chaka Zulu Speaks Out After T.l. Scuffle Rapper T.I. was reportedly involved in a brawl with Ludacris' manager, Chaka Zulu June 24th during a luncheon hosted by Warner Music Group's Kevin Liles at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles. According to reports, T.I. punched Zulu in the face and a brief alter cation ensued. Ludacris and Zulu were said to have arrived about three hours after the event, called "Make It Happen" after Liles' book of the same name, commenced. The melee happened shortly after. In a statement released today, Zulu's publicist called the incident "an unprovoked attack from the rapper [T.I.)," and said Zulu "was forced to defend himself." Zulu stated, "It's a shame that things like this continue to happen especially with the backdrop of an event that was about benevolence CHAKA ZULU And T.I. and charitable works. I'm thankful that all issues have been resolved T.I. and Ludacris'had been rivals for some time, though it appeared their differences were settled a few years back. The were both reportedly seen congratulat-. ing each other after the Grammy Awards in February, when Ludacris won rap album of the year for "Release Therapy ." They also both performed at L.A. radio station 106's Powerhouse concert in Anaheim, Calif., on Saturday. -Jackson Memorabilia Dispute Continues LAS VEGAS --A battle over ownership of Michael Jackson memorabilia is headed back to a Nevada courtroom, where the King of Pop is seeking the return of items withheld from an auc tion offamily items. Jackson's sister, singer Janet Jackson, also is seek. ing the return of items bela back during a May 30-31 memorabilia auction at the Hard Rock hotel-casino in Las Vegas LA TOY A, JANET And MICHAEL JACKSON District Court Judge Michael Jackson, with two Elizabeth Gonzalez ordered in transit to Las Vegas," 60 items impounded the Coppedge said. ." 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ALL MY CHILDREN: Following Tad's advice, JR admitted to Adam that he staged his own kidnapping. A horrified and deeply hurt Adam initially rejected JR, but they later formed an uneasy alliance to fight back against Zach Meanwhile, as JR's new boss, Josh made him suffer humiliation at Chandler Enterprises Coming: Ryan finds himself caught in the middle of Annie and Greenlee's battle Jason arrested for jumping bail and he was sent away to prison Logan revealed to Max i e that he's Scott's son and kissed her, which stopped before thin gs went too far Coming: Sam finds no sympathy for her actions. GUIDING LIGHT: Rick and Beth declared their love for each other and were married in defiance of Alan. Josh got hold of the DVD proving that Cassie switched the paternity test results and was furious Even as Cassie feared Josh would expose her secret, he bumped into A lan and said there's something Spauld ing needs to know. Mallet was thrilled when Dinah r egained consciousness. Coming : Cass i e s actions have ser i ous consequences AS THE WORLD TURNS: Jade was arrested after she confessed to bring ing Cleo to town for the look-alike scheme. However, finding the torn up !?ages of Cleo s d i ary con vinced Luke that Jade was right about Cleo making trouble In Branson, Wi!l was appalled when Cleo kissed him, then admitted she got Jade arrested by running Wil l off t he road. Coming : early refuses to give up on Jack. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: After refusing to spend the night with Brooke and the kids, Ridge told Ashley that it's over with Brooke and she's the woman he wants. Someone tried to pick up Brooke in a bar and put his phone number into her bag. An alcoholic drink was accidentally spilled on Brooke. Coming: Brooke is involved in an unfortunate chain of ONE LIFE TO LIVE: After being paid off by Miles, Hunter depos i ted Todd, unconscious but still a live. As Bla i r was stunned by what Hunte r revealed Miles came to believe h e needs to kill Todd in order to keep Marty, and tr ied blackmailing Col e int o doing his d irt y work Tal i a covered her grow ing feelings for Antonio as his and Jess i ca's divorce was made final. Coming: Stress of the divorce puts Jessica at risk. events DAYS OF OUR LIVES: With Stefano's condition deteriorating, Rolf said he needs the stem cells from Sami's unborn babies immediately. Roman admitted to Hope that he is still attracted to Anna, even though his ex-wife drives him crazy. Chelsea overheard Jell s fiancee on the phone telling someone she loves them, even as Jell revealed to Nick that he thinks Danielle is cheating on him. Coming: Will Chelsea be able to mind her own busi ness? PASSIONS: Faced with Sheridan threatening to call the police, the blackmailer was pre pared to commit suicide rather than go to prison. Ethan later found the blackmailer who pulled him into a kiss and confessed his/her love A horrified Ethan said he'd kill the black mailer if Theresa were harmed. Ivy admitted to Kay that Fox faked his illness, which Fox said he d i d for love Coming: Theresa's long-held secret is bubbling to the surface YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Amber used the money she got from Kay for her music demo to bail out Daniel, who had been arrested at a strip club Cane discovered that Amber had lied to him aga i n and learned from a call to Brooke Marone that Amber had been previously married and p r etended to be pregnant. Determin i ng that the plane crash was not an accident, Victor, N i kki and David believed that Jack and Sharon might have been the real targets. Coming : Amber's lies return to haunt her GENERAL HOSPITAL: Jason and Amelia found Jake with Maureen, who let them know that Sam witnessed her taking the baby After Jason returned Jake to an ecstatic Elizabeth Amelia spitefully let Sam know that Jason is aware of what she did. Lucky had IF YOUR .BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK ... family schedules, private celebrations and home adjustments will be emotionally draining. Expect loved ones and long-term friends to ask for gre. ater involvement in financial decisions or family negotiations. Although intentions are sincere, expect minor social disruptions and rare disagreements. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Insightful thoughts or sudden flash es of future events are highlighted Many Cancecians will experi ence a compelling phase of social awareness and renewed family commitment. Recent disputes concerning trust or group loyalty will be quickly resolved. Express strong opinions and refuse to aban don positive ideas. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). New money ventures may be Expect fr_iends, close colleagues or relatives to reveal unusual business ideas ; home proposals or expenses. Remain cautious however, and wait for added clarity. Facts projected figures or cal culations will need careful scrutiny. ViFtGO (Aug : 23-Sept. 22). Long-term property or family deci sions may require s pecial attention Complicated financial propos als may need to be clarified or negotiated. Signed documents will work to your advantage; sudden permissions and n ew schedules. Key relationships need to evolve to new levels of intimacy arid trust. Remain patient. : LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23). Team accomplishments and new pro jects will captivate the attention of key officials. Expect complex instructions, revised agendas or fast exchanges of information -to arrive without warning Research, news, communication systems or technic al services are accenteo Stay alert SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22). Private business discussions will work in your favor Expect older colleagues or prev iously silent offi .cials to reveal new sources ,of information -Respond by offering your time, expertise and support Rare opportunities and long-term planning are accented. SAGITTARIUS (Nov: 21). Romantic partners will end a brief but intense phase of inward though or self examination. Areas affected may. be family discussions, financial or unique business proposals. Expect increasing optimism; home security and emotional freedom are on the rise. CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan. 20). Several weeks of lost romantic ambition or social misinformation will fade Expect renewed com mitments from friends and lovers Loved ones will no longer feel restricted by yesterday's obligations Remain alert, however, and closely study daily promises. Business routines may change dra matically. . i AQUARIUS (Jan. 19). Love d of,les,m a y provide unique invitations or flirtafions Expect a wave of sentimentality, quiet reflection and romantic seduction to influence the expectations in a ll key relationships Passionate attachments will intensify. Stay open. A sincere response will establish new emotional rules. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). Family discussions may re veal the hidden doubts o f loved ones: Expect close and relatives to exp l ain deep feelings of isolation, mistrust or abandonment. Areas affec t e d are parenVchild r e lations, loW. confid e nce or unrealistic home expectations Offer honest opinions: your ideas will be carefuny evaluated ARIES (March 21-Aprll 20). Someone close may publicly ques tion the actions of a friend. Ethica l triangles, workplace intrigue or the motivati ons of new acquaintances may be at issue: Refuse to be or dera iled N e w r e l a tionships need time to fully develop. Remai n politely detached a nd a ll will be well TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Work routine s may be suddenly abanc!oned. If st;>', pay close attention to recent propos111s from new colleagues or silent officials.. Short -term ideas, although flawed, will likely be Avoid offering strong opinions and expect public relations to be delicate and unreliable .. .... GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Some Geminis may be confronted with bold or oj:>inior'ls. Remain diplomatic and watch for loved ones to challenge rec ent family decisions. Socia l doubts or ongoing pri v ac y issues .wil! need to be r es olved E xpect unusu a l ideas and com discussions. TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. Apocalypto, Buena Vista Pictures, R 2. Norbit, Paramount Pic tures, PG-13 3 The Messengers, Sony Pictures, PG-13 4. Epic Movie, 20th Century Fox PG-13 5. Letters From lwo Jima, Paramount Pictures, R 6 Pan's Labyrinth, Picture house, R 7. Night at the Museum, 20th Century Fox, PG 8. Music and Lyrics, Warner IJ3ros., PG-13 9 Stomp the Yard, Sony Pictures, PG-13 10. 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2006/2007 Honor Roll Anointed Word Academy DESARAI J. DeCOSTA HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship. PARENTS: Mr. Darren and Mrs. Wanda DeCosta. GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Tommy Lee Miller and Mrs. Theresa Powell. GODPARENTS: Mr. Wilmcin Walker and Mrs. Lillie Mae Walker. HOBBIES: Reading, Writ ing, Cheerleadi ng, and Build-ABear. CHURCH: Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church. Blake High School HAZEL GREEN Graduate HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENT: Sheila Thomas. GRANDPARENTS: The late Mr and Mrs. Thomas and late Ms. Green. HOBBIES: Reading, Computer, Music; and Shopping. CHURCH: Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church Writer Langston Hughes w_as._born on February l, 1902. SHERRELL D. LIMEHOUSE HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: LaTonya and Christopher Wilson and Leonard and Tasha Limehouse. GRANDPARENTS: Barbara Nellon, Cecil Goodman, Mary and the late Leonard Limehouse, Sr., and Constance Polite. HOBBIES: Reading, Shopping, and Talking on the Phone. CHURCH: Miracle Temple Church Of God In Christ. OTIS T. WILSON HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Zenola) Culver. HOBBIES: Football and Running. CHURCH: First Victory Of Faith. Browns Mill Elem. School (Lithonia, GA) DONNELJ.GRACE HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll. PARENT: Tara L. Yeoman. GRANDPARENTS: Westley and Gabriella Bryant; Donald and Debra Yeoman; and Farolyn Livingston HOBBIES: Soccer, Video Games, Drawing, and Comic Books. CHURCH: Church In The Now, of Conyers, GA. Bryan Elem. School DEANDRE' WOODEN HONORS: Honor Roll and citizenship PARENTS: Chastity and Chris Jackson, and Andre Wooden GRANDPARENTS: Elsie Hayes, David Parker, Susie Wooden Pecola Grimage and Catherine Hayes. HOBBIES: Play ing Basketball, Football, and Baseball, and Reading. CHURCH: Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Plant City. Buckhorn Elem. School LE'QUISHA DAY HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship. PARENTS: La'Trice Day and Edward Jones. GRANDPARENTS: Hazel and Tony Clark. HOBBIES: Dancing and Swimming. Chiaramonte Elem. School ASHLEY ANDERSON HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Erma and Jesse. GRANDPARENT: Erma Anderson. HOBBIES: Reading and Swimming. CHURCH: Highland Avenue Church Of Christ. Clair Mel Elem. School CHARLEST. BELLAMY, JR. HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Rhonda S. and Charles, Sr. (Chuck). GRANDPARENTS: Will and Betty Jenkins; Emanuel Sr.; Roy; Lillie Lovett; and Beverly Bellamy. HOBBIES: Football, Cooking, I and Drawing. CHURCH: New Bethel P. M. Baptist Church Curlew Creek Elem. School (Palm Harbor) JAMESHA Q. COBB HONOR: Honor Roll. (All Year!) PARENTS: James and Toynetta Cobb. GRANDPARENTS: Ella Crawford, Bertha Cobb and Johnnie Crawford, Jr GREAT-GRANDMOTHER: Bertha Crawford _(Valdosta, GA) HOBBIES: Writing Swimming, Watching T.V., S inging, Computer, Dancing, Shopping and Talking on the Phone. CHURCH: Apostolic Church of Jesus, Largo Desoto Elem. School DEMETRIUS ROBINSON HONORS: Citizenship. PARENT: Denitra Robinson HOBBIES: Swimming; Playing Computer Games, and Watching Movies. CHURCH: 34th Street Church Of God. In 1963,_ Sidney Poitier ber;ame the first Blach man to win an Oscar for Best A.ctpr for his role in "Lilies Of The Field.,. Halle Berry becam, e first Blacl?. woman to win the Best-Actress, Oscar for her role in "Monster's Ball."


""' 0 0 N HONOR c a: u.. c z < c C/) w ;::) t-> a: w > w c w l: .C/) ::::i m ;::) a. z .i= W ...J ...J ;::) m I ...J w z i= z w C/) < c a: 0 ...J :U.. Dowdell Magnet School ERICK T. HAMMOND HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENT: Valencia Hammond. GRANDPARENT: Carroll Mitchell. HOBBIES: Reading. CHURCH: First Baptist Church Of College Hill Dunbar Magnet Elem. School MARGARET 0. JACKSON HONOR: High H o nor Roll. GUARDIANS: Robert and Margaret Fis her HOBBIES: Reading, Traveling Watch i ng TV, Sw imming, Computers Video Games, and Writ ing Stories. CHURCH: Tyer Temple United Methodist Church Edison Elem. School MARTIN OSAZE, JR. HONORS: Honor Roll and C i tizenship PARENTS: Dora Grant-Osaze and Martin Osaze GRANDPARENTS: Thomas 0 and Barbara Dixon ; and Peter N and the late Janet Osaze. PARIS OSAZE HONORS: Pr i ncipal's Honor Roll and Citizenship. PARENTS: Dora Grant-Osaze and Mart i n Osaze. GRANDPARENTS: Thomas and Barbara Dixon, and Peter and the late Janet Osaze HOBBIES: Reading, Shopping, and Using the Computer Ferrell Middle Magnet School HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENT: Denise Youngblood GRANDPARENT: Glo ri a Robinson. HOBBIES: S i n gi n g Mak in g Fr iends, and Playing on Computers CHURCH: S t. Joh n Progressive M B. Church Foster Academy WINFIELD RISMAY, II HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Chandra Everett and Winfield Rismay GRANDPARENTS: Monroe and Evelyn Everett. .....: BROTHER: Leonard Pierce fl. HOBBIES: Boarding and Baseball. CHURCH: Gr. ace Church c Franklin Middle Magnet School KEONTA HOYTE HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENT: Veronica Thomas. GRANDPARENTS: Carol Hoyte and Cassie Hoyte. HOBBIES: Stepping, Reading, and Mus ic. Grady Elem. School JAVARIS JACKSON HONOR: Honor Roll and Citizenship. PARENTS: Andrea and Nathaniel Jackson GRANDPARENTS: Brend a Jackson and G il b ert Franklin GREAT-GRANDMOTHER: Lucille Franklin HOBBIES: Computer Games, Reading, and Basketball. CHURCH: First Baptist Of Lincoln Gardens HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Michelle Johnson and Dwight Turner GRANDPARENTS: Willie and Lizzie Johnson and Wanda and George Watki ns HOBBIES: Basketball, Reading, and Shopping. CHURCH: New Bright and Morning Star W HOBBIES: Basketball, Watching TV, and Using The ... Comput e r Greco Middle School ALECIA R. HILLS HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Sherry and Bruce GRANDPARENT: Rachel Williams. HOBBIES: Basketball. HONORS: C i tizenship 5 5 out of 6 0 on FCA T and Perfect Attendance 9th Consecutive Year. PARENTS: Ch ri s an d Marjor i e W illiams. GRANDPARENTS: Carolyn Ellis and John, S r., and L o is Nelson HOBBIES: W orki ng at the T emple T e rr ace Recreation Cente r as Junior Counselor; Reading, V i deo Games, Music, and S i nging in the Choir. CHURCH : New Hope Missionary Bapt ist Church Ben Hill Middle School JASMINE C. CROSS HONOR: Principal' s Honor Roll. PARENTS: George and Tanya Cross GRANDPARENTS: Ben and Gwen Cross HOBBIES: Basketball, Computers, and Watching Movies CHURCH : Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Carrollwood ALEXIS WRIGHT HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll. PARENT: Julia Wright. GRANDPARENT: Betty Jean Waters. HOBBIES: Basketball, Computers, and Playing Car ds CHURCH: Without Walls Church. Jefferson High School BRIANNA MITCHELL HONOR : High Honor Roll. PARENTS: E v ette Carter and Jonathan Mitchell GRANDPARENTS: M r W i lli e and Elizabeth Lofton and Mary Sturks. HOBB.IES: Tal ki ng on the Phone, Reading an.d Writing Poems. CHURCH: 20t h S t reet Church O f C hrist. Lockhart Elem. School ASHANTI GRIER HONORS: Honor Roll and Cit i zenship : PARENT: Shamisea Grier HO_ BBIES: Reading, Watching TV and Playing with Bratz. CHURCH: Miracle Temple Church Of God In Christ.


-2007 ., :a 6 SYSQO WILLIAMS HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENT: Sharon Melton. GRANDPARENT: Theresa Melton. HOBBIES: Cooking, Computers and Soccer CHURCH : St. John Baptist Church Mclane Middle School ZSAZSA GRACE WILLIAM STEPHENS, JR. HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: William Stephens, Sr., and Priscilla Stephens. GRANDPARENTS: Magnolia Dowdell and Maude Stephens. GREAT-GRANDMOTHER: A lberta Dowdell. HOBBIES: Basketball, Football, and Video Games. Marshall Middle School HONOR: -.' Roll. .. :' HONORS: Principal's Honor PARENT: Sharon Melton. Roll and Citizenship. GRANDPARENTS: Erma PARENTS: The late Vasandra Moore and Theresa Melton : Dawson (mother), and Keith HOBBIES: Talking on the Gainer (father). Phone and Computers GRANDPARENTS: Willie and CHURCH: St. John Baptist Morris Dawson and Luphenia ehurc .h. Gainer :.-: HOBBIES: Basketball, Track, and Football. Madison Middle School -. l ..... 1 HONORS: H onor Roll. -. CHURCH: Progressive Church Of God In Christ. PARENTS: Harriet McCray, Joe and Andre; arid Felica Lowman. .. <:. Oak Grove Elem. School CHRISHONNA MONROE HONOR: Honor RoiL PARENTS: Antwanesia Harris and Cedric Monroe. GRANDPARENTS: Juanita Harris and Virginia McCullen. HOBBIES: Recreation and Video Games CHURCH: Truth Outreach Christian Church. Plant City High School TERRAKEYLA A. FLOYD HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Cassandra Lawson and Terrance Floyd. GRANDPARENTS: Sheral Brown and James Rahming. HOBBIES:. ROTC Church. Choir, and Talking on the' Phone. CHURCH : Pilgrim Rest Free Missionary Churcli; Lakeland. Potter Elem. School Gymnastics CHURCH: First Baptist Church Of Coliege Hill. HONOR: Citizenship. PARENTS: Victor and Carlis Roberts. GRANDPARENTS: Otis and Gloria Troupe : H B. Roberts, and Betty Oneal. HOBBIES: Soccer and Play Stat ion. CHURCH: First Baptist Church Of College Hill. HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Tichinia Jories and Shannima Sessions. GRANDPARENTS: Sandra Eaton, Wanda Campbell, Robert Clark, and Robert Jones HOBBIES: Basketball, Playing, and Dancing. HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENT: Deadrea Troupe. GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Troupe, Edward and Frances Jennings .' HOBBIES: Cheerleadi,ng, Dancing, and Riding Bicycle. CHURCH: HoOd Temple AME .. Zion Church. '"': JONATHAN MITCHELL, JR. HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Evette Carter and Jonathan Mitchell GRANDPARENTS: Mr Willie and Elizabeth Lofton: and Mary Sturks. HOBBIES: Soccer, Football, Track, and Math. CHURCH:. St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church. STEPHEN REDDICK HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Joseph and Nichelle Rolfe. GRANDPARENTS: Lonnie Young and Thomas Young HOBBIES: Basketball an.d Football. CHURCH: Brown Memorial Churct) Of'Gq'd In Christ. Rampello Downtown Partnership K-8 C-. c z m N N 0 0 '""' -----'.....:...-HONORS: High Honor Roll Citizenship GRANDPARENTS: Horace and Emma McCray, and John RAYKIYA TURNER :: ... '. and Marion Lowmaii':"' IMANI ROBERTS _, HOBBIES-: .'and HONORS: High Honor RoH: Talking on the Phone. PARENTS: Kiwana Bell and HONOR. Roll.-. --. -.. CHURC,_.: Without Walls'. Delray Mingo. PARENTS: V1ctor and Carhs : .. International Church. GRANDPARENT: Brenda Bell. O t' d HOBBIE S: Singing, Reading; IS an and Pantomiming Glona Troupe, H. B CHURCH: Mount Calvary s D. and Betty Oneal. 'A. Church. HOBBIES: Dancmg and PARENTS: Robert and Fef'ti' Dorsey. ., GRANDPARENtS: Robert ai:ld Helen Dor-sey: Iva Minor: and Lillie Minor :'.: HOBBIES: Dar:1eing, Rea ding and Play Station. .' C> CHURCH: 34th Street Church m OfGod. (')


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H .ON OR' .. 2 .00& ... < Williams I. B. Middle School C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, IV Belle Witter Elem. School JAISHA WALKER _:;.t '. HONOR: Honor Roll. HONORS: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Chevelle Jackson PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. and Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, Ill. GRANDPARENT: Elizabeth GRANDPARENTS: Mr. and Howard. Mrs Blythe (Gloria) HOBBIE S : Dancing, Cheering, Andrews, Jr .,' and Mr. and Mrs. and Writing Short Peterkin (Jeanette). B erry. Stories HOBBIES: Golf Karat e CHURCH: New life Baptist Swimming, and Music. Church. CHURCH: Beulah I. B. Church 4 Wilson Middle School JAMES C WILSON, 11. HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS : M rs Nadine Wilson and the late Rev Jeffrey Wilson. HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS : Donnell W i lliams and Stephanie Singletary GRANDPARENT S: Earlie and Brenda Willi ams, Jr HOBBIES : Tae Kwon Do; Dancing, and Singing. CHURCH : House O f Praise Church O f God In Christ. \ M r.. and M r s i 0 t i s ( M a r i e') Wilson, Sr. late :Mr. H The FlOrida t: and Mrs. Judge (Ann) Favors. se n t"l nel HOBBIES: Video Games, :t: Cards, .. Will Be CHURCH: Greater Bethel '. .... .! Closed On % Missionary Baptist ::;t, Wednesday, !:L July4th ... -- The Th()nias Sco .tt Tampa City District 5 l ... -.. J u J y 4, 2007 Have a S afe and En o able Holid a ', LOCAL "T1 Business Owner Says: 'PIP' Must Stay JJ 0 c.. c: z m 1\) Michelle B. Patty recent -Crist takes a stand against ly received a letter from her the big insurance companie s auto insurance company. so the people of Flori da w ill The letter encouraged her to be protected." contact Governor Charlie Ms. Patty advises ever) -Crist and other legislators. one to not buy into the lnsur-and ask them not to include ance companies telling them maintaining PIP (Per8onal they will lower thei r rates Injury Protection) as a without the PIP protection requirement for auto insur-" Don't let that fool you. A ance. lot of seniors may feel com-"In their letter, they are pelled t o do what their irisur-encouraging insurers to' ance companies ask, but they allowed the flawed flo-fault MICHEL LE B. PATrY. need to understand the fall-system to expire, saying it .. : out from that. action. permits fraud and abuse." "Othe_rw'ise, you'll find The PIP law is scheduled If h 1 Without health insurance, if yourse gomg to a ospita you're in an accident, PIP to expire October .1st and emergency room for Ms. Patty said it's impor-ment of injuries sustained in will be the only thing you can tant that citizens understand an auto ac cident. If you have rely on t o ge t you medical h 11 treatment." w at s rea y gomg on. Medicaid or medicare, you "The insurance companies may get a lien put on your PattY wants all citi-., are looking out for them-settlement if you get one to contact Governor r-selves, not insured from an accident. You may Cr1st and request that on motorists also be delayed up to 2 -October 1st, PIP stays in 6 "If the. requirement i s months before you even place Make sure the no-fault > repealed, clinics that treat receive medicaltreatment." issue is added to the agenda victims of automobile acciRight now, it's mandatory for the upcoming special legZ dents won't be able to do it that all have PIP, islative session that began in i anymore. You will .need to but there are drivers who m have health insurance don't ha v e it Reporter Leo n B Ms. Patty explains that "The lack of health insur-Crews can b e reached at c: the law has to stay in place ance is already a problem," ( 813) .i48 o'724, f?r e-or a safety net put in place to said Ms. Patty. maile d a t leon@Osen-protect consumers. It's important Governor tinel.com. z C .elebrating 8 --Blessed. Years ./ ... .. -ve .coine-:' 7ilis: Far .. : ... leanine on tile se Safe -Don!t. Drink [813J 495-3102 "0 c: lXI r-(ij :I: m 0 m < m JJ -< c: m en c ):i. z c ., JJ 6 C), m (11 I (')


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. LOCAL Poor Chef Has The Recipe For National Audience. BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer What began as a weekly segment on NBC's "Daytime" Show may soon balloon into a nationally televised program. The Poor Chef TV Show recently signed with a major production company. Charles Mattocks, the show's and host, is also currently in negotiations with several television stations to broadcast the show nationwide The Poor Chef TV Show invites guests to prepare a meal that will feed two or more people for $7 or less. The show is being broadcasted on 8 NBC affiliates throughout the Southeast. "People have really embraced the show. I think that the reason it's been so successful is because it's not something you see on televi sion everyday, and it's something that everyone can participate in," said Charles Mattocks. "We can't get into too many details about the business proceedings, but. we're definitely excited about the possibility of going CHARLES MATTOCKS Host and Founder, The Poor Chef TV national with this program." Mattocks, whose probably most known for his role in the 1996 film, The Summer of Ben Tyler, says his brief features on radio stations, magazines and internet broadcasts have helped the show's popularity. "We want to emphasize to the community and to every one that we come in contact with that this is a Tampa-based production. This is where it all started, and we welcome any positive effect this show may have," said Mattocks. "We're just happy : about the response the show has. gotten, and we hope the show's popularity continues to grow." For more information on The Poor Chef TV Show, please go to www.thepoorchef.com. LINDA SAUL SENA OF jULY MARK OBER State Attorney for Hillsborough County TAMPA CITY COUNCIL MEMBER DISTRICT3 Happy Independence Day! Rob Turner Property Appraiser Patd Political Adv by Campa1gn to Re-Elect Rob Turner-Property Appra1ser Aooroved bv Rob Turner (R) .. THOMAS E. PARNELL, ESQ. -. Our Firm Is Rated "AV" By Martindale-Hubbell, The Highest Rating For Legal Ability_ And Ethical Standard,. The hiring of a Jawyeds an important decision that should riot be based solely upon advertisement. Before you dedde. ask.tiS to send you FREE w1itten infonnation about our qualifications and experiem:e. "T1 ::IJ 0 }< C'... c z m I\) ,!D "' 0 0 -....! "T1 r-0 ::0 0 )> (/) m z -i z m r-I m c r-r-m -i z "tl c IJJ c (/) :::t m 0 m < m ::0 < -i c m (/) 0 )>' < > z 0 "T1 ::0 C > : < ,. -c;, m ""'4 I 0 ..


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POLK COUNTY NEWS .. :-Gabbing MthGioria 1225 N. Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805-4259 (863) 688-2095 New Riders Reboarding the Florida Sentinel Bulletin train is Mrs. Dorpthy "Dot" Sanders, a resident of Goober Village Senior Citizen Complex, and member of New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, Dr. Joe Hardie, Pastor. Get well wishes are extended to you, Ms. Dot. Special Recognition Verbal Orchids to the follow ing Lakeland Regional Medical Center employees who were honored recently at the Annual Service Awards Banquet held at The Lakeland Center. Mrs. Dorothy Williams, a 45-ycar employee in the Environmental Services Dept. was honored on June 14, 2007. Ms. "Dot," as she is fondly called, had the longest tenure among the 490 employees rec ognized for their commitment. Among the African-Americans honored were 40 year recipients: Olivia Barnett, 1\15 Acute Cme I Medical; Shirley Brown, Main OR; Brenda Clayton, Main (ER) Fax. (863) 687 3409 Emergency; Sarah Davis, Food Services and Rochelle Sr. High alumnus; Lucille Hammonds and Roxie Thompson, Dietitians. The 35-year service award recipient was Adell Borders, Patient Access, and the 30-year award recipient was Joy Hicks, Food Production Services, who's a member of Pilgrim Rest F. W. B. Church July Celebrants The flower for this month is the Larkspur, a bluish looking plant with spikes of spurred flowers, and the birthstone is the Ruby. Happy birthday to Patricia "Pat" Davis and Lynn Silas celebrated their birthday this month Greater St. Paul M. B. C Happy birthday to the following celebrants: Sammie McMillon, Patricia DixonSullivan (Principal/Director at St. Paul Academy), Janice Denson, Dea. Lennon Dunn, Ruth Niblack, Doris Hicks (Polk County Alumni Chapter and Florida A&M Chapter President), and Perry L. Kindle. Beta Sigma Chapter Mildred M. Hawk and Marilyn P. Terry a re celebrat ing their natal days thi s month. Hurst Chapel AME Church. Winter Hayen Birthday accolades to : Alvin Allen, Alma Davis, Janice Thomas, Clint Walker, Leon Butler, Susan Kimble, Miriam Lott, Annie M. Hilliard, David Monroe and Rev. Ronnie L. Clark, Pastor. New Mt. Zion M. B. Church Dr. Joe S. Hardie, Pastor and congregation extend birthday wishes to: Tracey Taylor (First Lady), Mrs. Felecia Hardie, Judy A. Fields and Courtney Quary. Happy anniversary to Deacon Willie and Bessie Scott who are celebrating over 45 years of wedded bliss. Your children, grands and great grands send their love and con gratulations Belated Birthdays Miss Shirley Williams, who is 61 years young this month, is t.he daughter of Evan and Carolyn Williams, weekly Gospel Host on WW AB 6-7 a.m. on Sunday morning. 2007 Women's Conference Greater Faith Christian Center Church Women's Ministr i es For Christ hel d their 2007 Women's Conference June 20-24, 2007, with Senior Pastors William J. Boss and Sharon F. Boss, 2035 W. Parker St., Lakeland Guest Speakers on Wednesday, June 20th at 7 p m .: Missionary Sherry Lienase Hall, wife of Pastor Theodore Ted Hall, Jr. of Born Again Church Of God In Christ in Auburndale. This phenomenal woman is a Licensed Practical Nurse at Lakeland Regional Medical Center. Missionary Hall is a very profound and anointed speaker, a true woman of God. Mother Mary Ruth Lewis of Macedonia P. B. Church was the speaker on Thurs., June 21. Mother Lewis is the wife of the late Elder Edward Lewis. Her Pastor is the youthful and spiritual pastor, Rev. Anthony Brown. M;other Lewis has been a faithful member for over 30 years, is a gifted Sunday School Teacher, and a Spiritual Advisor for the Matron Ministry. She also has a Healing Ministry, praying for people as th!'! Holy Spirit directs her. Family Worship Center is maintained full time by Pastor Jeanette Harley of Yemassee, South Carolina. She is the wife of Dea. Daniel Harley. 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PO .lK COUNTY NEWS Washington Park I Alumni Association, Inc. Held Its 14th Annual Scholarship Banquet On Saturday, June 2, 2007, the Washington Park I Rochelle ff Alumni Association, Inc. held their 14th Annual Scholarship Banquet at Simpson Park in Lakeland. The theme was: c a: LL c z <( c en w :J > a: w > w c w J: en ffi :J a. z i= w ...J ...J :J m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL c ,... w Education For A Better Tomorrow. Myrtle (Nesbitt) Williams of St. Petersburg, Rochelle High School, CJass of 1962 and other Rochelle H. S. grads. The Law Offices of BRYANT A SCRIVEN, ESQ. CRIMINAL DEFENSE FAMILY PERSONAL INJURY ALL FELONIES DRIVER'S LICENSE ISSUES ALL MISDEMEANORS ALL PERSONAL INJURY CASES DUI DIVORCE VOP's DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DRUG CRIMES MODIFICATIONS CALL: (813) 454-4189 AVAILABLE 24/7 I CONSULTAnONS AVAILABLE 3111 W. Dr. M.L KING BLVD. STE. 100, FL 33607 Serving Hillsborough. Pasco and Hernando County Tho hiriniJ o l a lawtor I s an important dedsion that s h ould n o l bo basod &lore you doclde a sk us 10 !>end you lroo wrlllon Inf o rmation .Wou l our qualifications and Bankruptcy Guardianship Probate Immigration Wills &Ill lile K.efl!. F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney at Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, Fl, The hiring of a lawyer Is an Important decision that should not be based solely upon advertlsments Before you declcde, ask us to se nd you tree written lntonnatlon about our ltl ac tlon s and Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harass1111en1tl REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW HIU.SBOROUGH COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS Buddy Johnson GOT (R) Ms. Regina Williams, Rochelle High School grad and her guest, who's a Polk County School instructor. Grady tittles, Betty Grays and other Rochelle High School, Class of 1950 alumni. GIBBS& P.A. Attorneys At Law 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 NEWTa La er PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFU-L DEATH THO.\-IAS E. PARNELL. Esq. Auto, Truck Motorcycle or Boat Accidents. Slip and Falls, Nursing Home Neglect or Med. Malpractice. SERIOUS INJURIES. Our Firm Is Rated "AV" JJy Martindale-Hubbell, The Highest Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standard, Worldwide. The hirin g of a lawyer ili an important deciliion that should not be halied solely upon advertisement Before you decide, alik Uli to liend you FREE written informaUon about our ttualitil-ationli and experience. We Have Answers. HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE? Call us at (813) 272-5850 or IT'S EASY! Get an application on our w e bsit e or Visit your public library!


---FINANCIAL -fOCUS 9241 N. 56th St., Tampa, FL ., :c c Mortgage Tips By Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker (813) 223-6151 Legal EaSe _. .... By Roderick Ford, M-F 8:30A.M.5:30P.M. Saturday 9 A.M.-1 P.M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 c.. c z m e Bureaus Evaluate And Why? This Week's Category Is: Types ofCredit Experience 1. What is the mix of cred it product types in this consumer's credit history? Attorney-At -Law (813)223-1200 WORKPLACE SURVIVAL TIP #64 Pension benefit plans not only provide retirement income but may also be structured to provide for the deferral of income pending illness, disability or pre-retirement termination of employment. Low Rates Friendly Atmosphere You're A-OK With Us DUI Friendly, Hardship License, Suspended License, State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates In Town What type of information does this include? ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: The traditional pension plan is the Defined Benefit Plan. Under this plan, the employer funds 100% of an employee's pension benefits. Mostly governments and large corporations can afford defined benefit plans, but more and more employees are losing their defined benefit pension plans. ACTO J;o.;SL'RA:'IOCE & CO:\I:vJERCIAL ,\l'TO Lines (Creditors) What Questions are answer.ed by this information? Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker Apex Lending, Inc P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 Knowledge Is Key To Buying And Selling Real Estate CREATIVE FINANCING: To effectively employ c-reative financing techniques, you must educate yourself-not only on what techniques are available, but also which ones are available to you given your own per-sonal situation. First, know your credit score and kn: ow how m ucli you can borrow. Secoi)d, if you own a home, know how much you could borrow against it and third, if you have a whole life insurance policy, find out how much money you could borrow against the policy. Remember every creative financing strategy is unique to its situation, but many share common features. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Attorney Miriam L. Sumpter Richard at (813) 387-7724 or on the web at www .freshstartlawfirm .com. Examples of defined benefit plans include: (1) Unit benefit plans; (2) Flat or fixed benefit plans; (3) Cash balance plan, and (4) Section 457 Plan. Since financial planning for the future is important, you should contact you human resources department to go over what types of plans are available to you, so that you can make an informed decision to which plan to select For more information, mail all employment law questions to RODERICK FORD, Attorney-At--Law, P.O. Box 173057, Tampa, Fl. 33672; e _mail: laboradvocate@ ford-law.org : or call (813) 223-1200. established Licehsed Mort_gage -Lender -we JYiake gans;< .. Not Excuse.S! I!' < t ... '!, J._ '' ; '. .. -Tanzpa. Bay Are(Z for Ha.lf a : >j .:cal l ,, .. -. .t 1 .... ,.,.;; Se H2.bla Espan_ol \iv\N w M a _rt: in oM o rt: g a ri'1 ,, Purchases R efinance D ebt Consolidation Equity Based L ending Mobile Homes Vacant Land Homes For Sale 1\) 1\) 0 0 ., r-0 ::0 e; l> (/) m z ::j z m r:m c r rm :::t z "'0 c as r.. u;: ::I: m c m < m ::0 -< -i c m (/) c l> -z c jJ-c )i C). m .... ... I 0 (


0 C) N a) N w z :::) .., ).; cr:: c [2 u.. c [2 u.. c z cr:: c (/) w :::) l-it: w > w c w :::E: (/) :::i m :::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z i= Z w (/) cr:: c [2 0 ...J u.. assifie s Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00p.m., July 16, 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, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clei'X 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 recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) woi'Xing days after the conclusion ofthe public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CON SIDERED 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 WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 06-0113-ER, filed on 10120/2005 by Busch Junction Enterprises/John-Mary Enterprises, Ltd., represented by Engelhardt, Hammer & Associates, Inc. of 5444 Bay Center Dr., #122, Tampa, FL 33609, ptt 813-282-3855, requesting a zone change from AS-1 to PD. The property is 214.84 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 1, 2, 11, 12 Township 27 Range 19 or W/S of Bruce B. Downs Blvd., 1/2 mile N/0 Regents Park Dr. Petition RZ 07-0506-BR, filed on 1/5/2007 by Quoc Nguyen & Tham Tran, represented by Hung T. Mai, P.E., of _14031 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampfi, FL 33618, ph 8 1 3-969-0600, requesting a zone change from RSC-3 to CG. The property is 2.36 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 5 Township 30 Range 20 or N/S of Bloomingdale Ave., 50' W/0 Christy Lane. Petition RZ 07-0596-LU, filed on 2/5/2007 by Helen Robinson, represented by Todd Pressman of 28870 U.S. Hwy 19 N., #300, Clearwater, FL 33761, ph 727-804-1769, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to BP-0. The property is 3.84 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 5 Township 27 Range 19 or NE comer of Livingston & Old Livingston Ave. Petition RZ 07-0799-EGL, filed on 2/26/2007 by Hitesh Patel represented by Michael D. Horner; AICP of 14502 N. Dale Hwy,, #200, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-962-2395, requesting a zone change from RMG-20 (R) to BP-0 (R). The property is 0.72 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 28 Range 18 orNE corner of Clearview Hamilton Ave. Petition RZ 07-0957-RV, filed on 3/22/2007 by Craig Hecht, represented by Jim Stutzman of 3314 Henderson Blvd.,'#108, Tampa, FL 33609, ph 813-831-6600, requesting a zone change from AR to PD The property is 28.70 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 18 Township 31 Range 20 or North of Simmens Loop Rd., approximately 850' West of U.S. 301. Petition RZ 07-0982-CW, filed on 3/30/2007 by Valerie Spies, represented by Steven K. Luce, AICP of P.O. Box 18282, Tampa, FL 33679, ph 813-767-5763, requesting a zone change from AS-1 to PD. The property is 4.37 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 18 Township 28 Range 18 or North of Lynn Rd., approximately 1,000' East of Henderson Rd. Petition RZ 07-1264-PR, filed on 5/10/2007 by Norman M. & Wanda F. McMahon, represented by Steve Jorgensen of 214 S. Edison Ave., Tampa, FL 33606,ph 813-363-1842, requesting a zone change from ASC-1-to Cl. The property is 0.84 acres and is located 1n all or parts of Section 35 Township 29 Range 19 or SIS of Causeway Blvd., approximately 270' East of 66th St. South. Petition RZ 07 -1383-CW, filed on 5/22/2007 by Lazaro R. Lantes of 2411 Carmen St., Tampa, FL 33609, ph 813-355-1976, requesting a zone change from AR to RSC-6. The property is 0.48 acres and is located in all or par:fs of Section 8 Township 28 Range 18 orNE corner of Lowell Rd. & Pittsfield Ave. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 07-0970-NWH, filed on 3/28/2007 by Camden USA Inc./ Nat Barganier, represented by Fowler White Boggs & Banker P.A. pf 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., #1700, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-222_ 1179, requesting a major modification to allow residential uses. The property is 60.17 acres and is presently zoned PO (98-594). It is located in all or parts of Section 8 Township 28 Range 17 or Southwesterly side of Countryway Blvd., 1 00' SE of Citrus Park Dr. Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., July 17, 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, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this ma!Jer must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clei'X within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough. County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER 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 Tl:lAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 06-1564-USF, filed on 6/19/2006 by Dianne & Brian Ferwerda & Myles Savery represented by Zoning Quest of 4900 E. 98th Ave., Tampa, FL 33617, ph 813-230-1040, requesting a zone change from AS-1 & PO (05-1232) to PD. The property is 2.8 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 32 Township 27 Range 19 or SW corner of Sinclair Hills Rd. & Livingston Ave. Petition RZ 07-0514-SFN, filed on 1/9/2007 by Rusty Thompson; represented by Hung T. Mai, P.E. of 14031 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-969-0600, requesting a zone cl:lange from AR & CG to PD. The property is 6.88 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 32 Township 28 Range 20 or SW corner of U.S. Hwy. 92 & Mcleod Dr. Petition RZ 07-0987-PR, filed on 4/2/2007 by Diaz Pearson & Associates, Inc. of 1200 W. Platt St., #204, Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-258-0444, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property is 16.22 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 35 Township 29 Range 19 or SIS of 32nd Ave. South, approximately 1 ,300' West of 70th St. Petition RZ 07-1130-BYT, filed on 4/19/2007 by Fishhawk Communities Limited Partnership, represented by Fowler White, Boggs & Banker, P.A. of 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., #1700, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-228-7 411, requesting a zone change from AR & AS-1 to PD. The property is 70.26 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 27, 28 Township 30 Range 21 or NW corner of Dorman Rd. -& CSX Railroad. Petition RZ filed on 5/24/2007 by RCLR2 LLC, represented by Molloy & James of 325 S. Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33603, ph 813-254-7157. requesting a zone change from AR to BP-0 (R). The property is 0.2 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 9 Township 32 Range 19 or W/S of 18th St., approximately 150' N. of College Ave. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 07-0329-NWH, filed on 12/7/2006 by Hogan Double Branch Joint Venture, LLC represented by Engelhardt, Hammer & Associates, Inc. of 3001 N. Rocky Point Dr., #300, Tampa, FL 33607_, ph 813-282-3855, requesting a major modification to aliow big box and drive-thru retail uses. The property is 41. 7 acres and is presently zoned PD-MO (96-308) : It is located in all or _parts of CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00-1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH< WORD OVER 20 "'FHIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU -Sec.tion 19,-30 Township 28 Range .17 or SW corner o f W. PUBLICATION DEADLINES: t TUESDAY EDITION FRIDAY @ 3:00 P.M. FRIDAY EDITION TUESDAY@ 3:00 P.M TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Email: le dwards@fls entlnel.com Ave. & Double Branch Rd: Petition MM 07 -1132-PR, filed on 4/19i2007 by Foley & La(dner, LLP of 100 N, Tampa St., #2700, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-229-2300, requesting a major' modification to permit 500 multi-family units, The property is 28.42 acres and is presently zoned PO (ZC 91-110). 1t is located in all or parts of Section 6 Township 30 Range 20 or N.W comer of Foxworth Rd. & U.S. 301. .: <


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQl,JESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JULY 17, 2007-2 : 00 P.M. T-0090-07 (DP) PURCHASE OF NITROGLYCERIN SPRAY Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following: (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementseiVices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602 (8 13) 272-5790, during regular business hours. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF GEORIGA L. PREVATT Deceased PROBATE FILE NO : 071244 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of GEORGIA L. PREVATT Deceased, whose death was February 18, 2006, File NumQer 07-1244 is pending in the Circuit Court of Hillsborough, Florida Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office .Box 1110, Tampa, hlorida 3, The name arid address of the Personal Representative and the Personal representative's attorney are set forth below The Estate is Intestate ALL I NTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT : All persons on whom this notice is served who have objection s that challenge the validity of the Will, the qualifications of the Personal. representative, venue or jurisdiction of this Court are required to file their objections with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTE THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICTION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is served within three months after the date of. the first publication of this notice mu st file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER or= THREE M0NTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRITY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and persons having claims or .. demands against the decedent's estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL OTHER CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of the first publication of this Notice is June 22. 2007 William A. Sweat, Jr Attorney for the Estate P.O. Box 2866 .. 2012 South Florida Ave. Lakeland, FL 33803 (863) 680-2222 Florida Bar No. 0109389 K. o. Prevatt Personal Representative 4511 Nesmith Rd. Plant CitY, FL 33567 CONTACT LaVORA @ (8. 13) 248-1921... To Publish Your Classified Ad Or Business Directory Ad In The Florida sentinel Bulletin : Fax (813) 248 -9218 __ .qr Email: NOTICE ATLANTIC SKANSKA, INC. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS N Is committed to providing JULY 13, 2007-2:00P.M. T-0313-07 (BG) MISCELLANEOUS CONTROLLERS AND RELATED ITEMS Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following: opportunities for qualified Local N Business, DM/DWBE Owned g Businesses to participate in the """" bidding of the Central Hillsborough Water Treatment Facility (CHWTF) in Tampa, FL on July 13, 2007. Atlantic Skanska is an EEO Employer Please fax letters of interest (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty .org/procurementse!Vices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below. and include your Certification or ability to qualify to: Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, cOlor or national origin Atlantic Skanska, Inc. Attn: Johnetta Barnes Fax: 678-460-2638 Phone: 678-460-2600 The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board .of Commissioners, Department .of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl. County Center, Tampa Florida, 3360i, (813) 2725790 during. regular business hours. The Voice of The Community For Over 62 Years Public. Hearing and : Hillsborough --Public Comment Period County on Hillsborough County's Annual Action Plan for Fisc:al Year Z007/Z008 Yllllr Hillsborough County Board o f County Commissioners is holding a 30-da y public comment that started o n June 2 5 and u public hearing on August I to take, public comments und to adopt the 2007-2008 Annual Action Plan as pan of the Consolidated Planning Document for 2006. 20 II. This Action Plan will include information on prqjects funded with the Cmnmunity m cnt Block Grantst CDBG) HOME Investment Partnership Program .. Down Payment Assistance CADDI) and Emergency Shelter Grunts (ES G) .. : .. :-.; .. :s_ The Annual Action Plan is a document required b y the U.S. Dcpa rtmeni ofHousirig arid Urban Devt:lopment (HLTD). and it is used to guide housing progra;ns and non-housing comiJlunit) planning efforts in Hillsborough County for the next tiscal year. The Annual Action Planis included in the Consolidated Planning Document. which sped tics how funds should be spent in next five years. The Consolidated Planning )ocumeilt and Action Plan have the goal ofprovi'dirig'decent housing and expanding economic opportunities for ,cry low-, low-and moderate-incoine'people. Eligible acti\'itics include. but arc not limited to: acquisition and disposition ofreal construction rehahilitation and installation of public facilities and improvements; ho-using rehabili tation : demolition of dilapidated structures; public services: community facilities: an' d activities under HUD rules and regulations for these programs. The estimated allocations, i .ncluding anticipated program income, for these grants an! as follows; $6,615,565 for CDBG; $2,588,532 for HOME; $48.425 for ADDI and $262,482 for ESG:. ... ---... All comments to the Action Plan should be submitted in writing to the Atlor dabl e The Plan is available tor review for 30 days at the locations : .. : : ;, \: o AtTorqable Housing Office-1208 Tech Boulevard, Suite JOO. Tampa : o 78th Street Community Library -7625 Palm River Road, Tampu oJimmyB. Keel Library-2902 West Bearss Ave., Tampa o Ruskin LibraryI Dickman Drive SE;Ruskin o Bruton Memorial 302 McLendon Sweet. Platlt City o University Area Community Center14013 22nd Street. Tiunpa ,' .. DATE: TIME: PLACE: Public Hearing Date Wednesday, August 1 2p.m. Frederick B. Karl County Center 2nd Floor, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. -... l ...... ,': -:_ -l _.. -.--. All'rleetlng facilities are accessible In with the Disabilities Act. Any additional necessary accommodatiOns will be : .. .. ;;;,:,_;,,/'> ........ r-0 c )> m z ::! z m r-1 Ill c: rr m .::! z "0 c: Ill CiL. ::r: ;. '', .. I. .. For more Information, please call Lanette Glasa HillsboroUgh .County. Al'for:dable orflce Z74-66JZ. 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