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Celebrating 62 Years In The a Bay"'4rea /.-. \ rj r -------Judge's Ruling FavOiS' Former Police Captain . SEE STbRY ON PAGE 2-A Community Leaders Honored By. Church SEE PAGE 1-C Special Ceremony Planned For 07 SEE PAGE 3-A Free Screenings Offered At Clinics SEE PAGE 2-A Clerk Shoots ._Robbery Suspect SEE PAGE 23-A -ANNUAL SPRING TEA Candy Lowe, center, of Candy Lowe Tea Time t'1osted the 2nd Annual Spring Tea recently at the Blaise Alfano Building. Nearly 200 people attended the elaborate event, which included the serving of 3 teas during the event. Among those who attended were Mrs. Joyce Austin, left, and her daughter, Tia Young. (Photograph by David Winston).

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The screenings will be conducted between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. The screeners will be on location at the Joyce Ely Clinic, 205 14th Avenue, S. E., .i.n Ruskin, on Wednesday, July The screenings will be conducted between 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The final screening for the month will take place on Monday, July 23, at the Sulphur Springs Clinic, 8605 N. Mitchell Avenue. The screenings will be conducted between 9 a.m. and 1 p m The screenings are conducted by nationally certified Prevent Blindness Florida staff members and volunteers. Children are screened for amblyopia and acuity risks while adults are screened for cataracts, glaucoma, agerelated macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy, as well as vision acuity. Those who do not pass the risk screening are referred to their eye care professional for complete dilated eye exami nation In some instances, Prevent Blindness Florida may be able to assist individuals who qual ify financially to obtain free eye examinations and eyeglasses, Ms. Kitty Rawson, spokesperson for the organi zation said. In addition to the screen ings, those in attendance can receive eye vitamin samples and information about eye safety and health, she said. For additional information, Jennifer Whittington .. (813).'874-2020, ext.108, 'or jwhittington@preventblindnessfl.org. State & Fed. W. C. Claims Certified by Michigan State University. All Injuries Change Treating Physicians Collect Bacl< Pay Hostile Worl< Environment W.C. f Race Discrimi11ation ATTV RODERICK FORI;) . 'FREE CONSULTAtJONI (813) 223-1200 (Except For Pure Title VII Casas) 220 E. Madison Street Suite 1207, Tampa, FL 33602 Visit us on-line at:WWW.FORDLAW.ORC. (Former lf.S. Army JACC Attorney) The Bdore Practic;i,;.g Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 I TI.: hiring of a lawyer i s au important deci s ion that s hould n o t be based s olely Uf X>n adverti s merll s y o u llc:cide, ask us to send you free wrirten info unation ab o ut our qualific a tion s and e,;peri e nce Civii/Pesonal Injury Guardianship Probate Immigration Wills /Pe /!-4/(, uf,b. F. Ke1111i 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 send you free written lnfonnatlon about our and -Judge's Ruling Favors Former Police Captain MARION SERIOUS LEWIS .. Judge Rules In His Favor On Tuesday, Judge Marva Crenshaw ruled in favor of a former Tampa police Captain in a lawsuit filed against the City of Tampa. The responsive lawsuit was filed in February after the officer was forced to leave his position after qual ifying to run for the mayor's office. City Attorney David Smith said in order for Marion Serious Lewis to run for the office, he would have to resign his position. After he quali fied to seek office in October, Lewis was pre sented with resignation papers that he refused to sign. In her ruling, Judge Crenshaw said the city's rule, knovm as the Resign to Run law, was "overly broad." The city plans to appeal Judge Crenshaw's decision. Attorney Smith stated, "We believe the court erred in its determination. She miscon strued the Charter, she did not correctly under stand that the request was limited to police offi cers under Chapter 99, and it's not any employ ee, and she misquoted some of th e cas e s she relied on W e 're going to appeal and get this corr e ct ed. Obviously, the ruling could have a tremendous potential impact on the Mayor's ability to exe r cise her authority under the Charter if l eft to stand, in regard to police officers and other employees as well. We don't want to leave that bad precedent out there," Smith stated. When contacted by the Sentinel, Lewis was surprised to learn of the ruling The hearing was held in June and Judge Crenshaw had not given a date as to when she would make her rul ing. "We anticipated that the city would cry wolf if we prevailed. But we don't care if they appeal so times, we will beat them again because they are flat out wrong and we're on the side of the law." Lewis further stated that the battle has cost in excess of $so,ooo. But he feels he is fighting for the rights of those who will come behind him "This is not so much about Marion Lewis as it is about democracy and individual rights Every person should have the right to run for office without fearing that he will lose his or her job, especially police officers, because the Constitution says that every American should have the opportunity to seek office without being penalized," he stated Lewis is being represented by Steven Wenzel and Matthew Fenton, of Wenzel & Fenton, P. A. They were on vacation when the ruling was announced, but will return on Monday. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@flsentinel.com. (813) 495-3702 1

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Baptism, Religious Celebration Planned Among 07-07-07 Activities PASTOR CYNTHIA FORDE Pastor of Zion Church Of Holiness The date of July 7, 2007 comes once every thousand years. And if you were to research the date, you would find that it has a special meaning in several categories, ranging from science, to astronomy, to mythology, to religion. There are many social events, including numerous wcdd i ngs for those who believe the day is lucky. In Tampa, members of the Zion Church Of Holiness are among those planning special events in honor of the day. On Saturday, July 7th, Pastor Cynthia Forde, will host a large'baptism. "On Saturday morning we are going to have 500 people going into the water. That is a day for and a new beginning. They will leave off one life and start a new beginning. Pastor Forde said 07-0707 signifies the day of completion for the church. "It will never happen again in our lifetime It won't happen again for a thousand years." She takes direction from the Second. Book of Chronicles, Chapter 5. "On Sunday, the church will host a feast to the Lord, where the Lord is the honored guest. We will have every kind of food you can name and we're going to adorn the church in white. We are going to have music, dancing, just a day of praise unto the Lord. "And we hope that God and His Son, Jesus Christ will show up. You can't see them, but you sure can feel their presence and we hope to feel their presence there," she said. Pastor Forde has been the senior pastor at the church for the past 15 years. She said that the church feeds the community every week, but this event is spe cial. It is free and open to the public and she hopes that others will join her congregation and "eat at the table of God." The church is located at 14 75 Tampa Park Plaza. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) or by e-mail at I .. -. .. Subscribe Todav! "' Bond Motions Felony Misdemeanors Traffic Warrants VOP Personal Injury 3111 W. MLK Ste.IOO Tampa, FL (813) 774-1800 Zl chuckgreene@hotmail.com r= 11 11 b\\')'t'f b; nlniJ"-YfWII lt\;11 Alh'Uiilrl hr h:.&.""l s114rl)' lfrr ... r Y("lltvk.tr.. :a.' k us h .-rai >'II "'inrn W'niT.DlG .. '"r an.:l FEATURES Picnic To Be Held For Neighborhood Watch Group Sam Mobley, President of the Tampa Neighborhood Watch Association, says that on July 14th, the group will be hosting a picnic at Lowry Park. "The picnic is for the TNW A members and community only. It is an opportunity for us all to get together and meet. We're all seeking to lower crime in Tampa, and this will be a chance for us to talk, socialize and plan strategy." been confused "We think they are doing a splendid job, and I think we all want the same things. This event, how eve r i s a way to show appreciation for the people who've worke d for TNW A and sacrificed their time and resources." About 300 people are expected to attend the picnic, and those interested need to reserve their place by contacting Mr. Mobley at (813J 628-4243. Mr. Mobley said the picnic is not in recognition of the Neighborhoods-United _Against Crime organization SAM MOBLEY Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248::0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentinel com. as the two groups have often Fifth Third Money Market Savings Balances of $50,000 or more: -". SY -' ... Balances of $20,000 to $49,999: YY, -' Fifth Third Business Money Market Balances of $50,000 or more:-' E Y, -' Balances of $10,000 to $49,999: ..:. ))', ..:= Now you can earn great interest rates on both your personal savings and your business savings with Fifth Third Money Market Savi1:1gs accounts. Two more ways Fifth Third Bank is helping make all your hard work today mean more for your tomorrow. Call or walk in any Fifth Third Banking Center location today. FIFTH THIRD BANK www.53.com Retumd a1d Mrdralt fees to an cne<'< ilC!l3S. S50 11ini'lll1l reQUi'ed to oWl a1 ao:oo1L Ofte1 to acw1ts o:.ll!11d ftnds 1c! aleoev M Fifth Thm Ralfs may chdf"IJe afte-accru1t ooe'led. !Wuce eaf'lngs, Fift1 Jqrn rese'I'I!S t'lE' 'Y;in to -eruse aJY tlell(lSil AtlUal Pece1tage \AP'I' iKcu .v.1 as of 4/ll/07. ilterest earned or11Jalmes 1Jek11/ SlO.OOO. To ea'll stated tlle'eSI 'Clles custome nust 13\le a 1ew o Fifti'll BaH c1t< ,i'lll wl'Cuct wrt Dice1hg. U : J to tYee c1e<..s nane eiKn 0 itl A Ictal of free l)'e-Jalityi'lg ie'v(es hci.Jde: Flftl T-li'C P'No. z 0 "T1 :a 0 C) m Co) I l>

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EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 2021 40) 2207 21st Avenue T ampa F l onda 33605 ( 813) 2481921 Pubhshed Every Tuesday and Fr id ay By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISH I NG Co., Member ol National N ews paper Publ i shers Association (NNPA) and Ama l gamated Pub lishers. Inc .. New York 0 1990 94 CP T1melntemational POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin P.O Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Period i cal Postage Paid At Tampa FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901n (11145) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS JR. CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44. 00-Per Year Both Editions: $87 00 Per Year One Edition Opi nions expressed on ed1torial p ages ollh1s newspaper b y Co lumnists or G uest Wri ters do not necessar ily reflect the ed itorial stance ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. NAACP Downsizes, But Needs Your Support! .- ..... iecently, we received news that the National .. tion for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) plans to cut costs by temporarily closing its seven regional offices and by cutting its staff from 119 to 70, a 40% reduction. Work handled by its regional offices will be done, C therefore, by the national office. Though this noble ff organization is no doubt, following a national c trend, we watch this most current. development z with great concern.
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. COLUMNS :c . 0 I '!!I Budget Cuts And Grandma's Bull! :;:;:}';a:}} farmer told me a ( story, a while ago, : .. . : ..about a man who wanted to borrow his neigh bor's axe. So, he asked his neighbor, who said, "Well, I'd love to lend it to you. But today is Tuesday, and I usu ally don't lend my axe on Tuesday." So, the man scratched his head and asked, "Well, will you lend it to me on Wednesday?" And his neighbor answered, "Well, I'd be glad to lend it to you on Wednesday, but I usually oil my axes on, Wednesdays. So no, I wouldn't be able to lend it to you." Getting a little heated under the collar, the man finally asked his neighbor about the other days Thursday, Friday, Saturday and of course, Sunday! But each day seemed to be a bad day, where his neighbor was concerned. And finally, when the man had run out of days, his neighbor stared him straight in the eyes and said, Don't you understand that when the answer is 'No," ANY DAY WILL DO?" That's how I feel about our current budget' cuts. -When the original answer is "No," then any excuse will do! But }vhen the excuse is BUDGET CUTS," the answer is tailor-made.' Judge looks down at the suspect and says, "I don' t think so!" "Why?" "Budget Cuts," replies His Honor! You name it and I'll bet you, if someone recently has tried to get it and been turned down, the reason he or she got the axe was because of (you guessed it) BUDGET CUTS! It's unbelievable! Some where, someone is drinking a toast to the idea of Budget Cut-Excusology, and saying, "Why in the world, didn't we think of that, before?" But in actuality, BudgetCut-Excusology has been with every city, county, state and federal administrative mentality since George Washington a bid to be King ofAmerica : Think about it. Those of you who have labored endlessly for a "for-profit" corporation or for a "not-for-profit" ''public service" institution al, how many times (a day) had your supervisors, department directors or CEOs told you, "We're tight ening up our belts, so, from now on, we'll be doing more with less? Corporate people call it "downsizing." Mafia calls it "extortion" and "racketeering." Lucas Films calls it "The Empire Stdkes Back!" But public service bureaucracy calls it "SOS," "The Same Old Stuff!" So, city ; county, state and federal government, save "Dad, can I bor row the car this evening?" Dad fixes his child with a fatherly gaze and says, "No!" "Why?" "Budget Cuts," Dad says, with satis faction. Here's another one ; "Your Honor, can I get a fair trial this morning, given the fact that this is my first offense and I've got a : clean record?" your crocodile tears. We have seen them, before Just like the man's neighbor and his neighbor's the ansv)er has. always been "NO!" You've just rediscov ered a novel way to say it! 1'The Voice of Our Speaking for Itself' Name: Mailing Address: -------. City: State:_Zip:-:--Mail Or Bring Payment To:, . 2207 E. 21 s1 Ave.: Tampa, FL33605 Check One Money Credit Cards Only! _6 Months $44 1 Year S87 . }< c... c: 1\) I Blacks Need To Attend Council Meetings I ......the last time you attended a City Council meeting, or watched a meet ing on Channel 15? If you haven't, then you should. More Blacks need to attend better job of representing Black folks when Black peo ple attend council meetings in large numbers. It is good for Blacks to be present at Council meetings when issues are addressed that affect the Black comCity Council meetings. munity. Our absence during These meetings are educathese times is interpreted by tional, funny and sometimes some Council members as they are important. These the Black community not people get to be members of caring or being interested. City Council because of your Other _neighborhoods vote. You voted them in. show up in large numbers, That is especially true of the and are very vocal about city councilperson from issues that affect their Districts. neighborhoods. Black pea-It is-one thing to have pie have to do the same. elected officials tell you This is especially true for what they do for you, and it our Black elected officials. is another thing to be there They are less to vacil listening and watching what late on issues with a large they do for you. number of Blacks in Councilpersons tend to do a audience. It will sway the 53 Years Later: opinion of non-Blacks on Council. Those with old, antiquated philosophies need to see and hear Blacks vocalize their positions at Council meet ings. Elected Blacks must be made to know that it is all right to represent Black folks, and that they do this by being vocalon issues of concern to Black peoplE:i. Black folks have a respon sibility to support those who support their issues. We must demonstrate that sup. port by our physical presence, and by being vocal at a council meeting. Black ., folks, we have got to get r involved. We have got to showup. a Elected officials are not > exempted from being held_ accountable for their actions or hick of action. z m r-1 m c: rrm ::j z ""C c: m c en ::I: Last Tie To Central Avenue Comes To An End m 0 m < m :c -< Village home during the 1950s and 6os, we will see our last tie to Central Avenue disappear. Storiec; about Central Park Village run aplenty, and some come very close to fabrication and sensationalIsm. But there is a history to the public housing complex and its history is tied to an area that existed long before the housing complex came along. Central Avenue was in place long before there was It was a place where dur ing an era of racism, bigotry, and hate crimes in the South, Blacks felt comfortable and in a place they could call home Central Avenue and Central Park Village were the jumping off points for careers that blossom today. It has produced clergy, busi:.. ness owners, scholars, and just about every facet of working class individuals you can tl)ink of. a Central Park Village. The ground where the public more. housing complex was built. When Central Avenue dis-.. was once called "The appeared during the 1970s, Scruggs," and was occupied it forever changed the face by African American fami-of Central Park lies who spawned many of Gone were the storytellers today's movers and shakers. and_ generations of families During its heyday, no one ever imagined the day when Central Park Village and Central Avenue would be no Central Avenue was more who called it home. In came than a collection of Black. a younger generation who awned businesses. It was more than a place where top Black entertainers felt at home. didn't care as much about its storied history or who tried to preserve its sterling reputation. -t c: m en 0 > den ofviolence, drugs, and a place you wouldn't want to raise children. It :C became the castoff zone for 0 people the city just didn't want to be bothered \-vith. Throughout the 1980s and up until today, Central Park Village became a fac simile of itself. It became a Now, the complex \viii be no more, and in less than a year, many \-vill have forgot ten it was there. In its place will rise new bttildings, manicured lawns, freshly paved streets, fountains, and an ambiance that \-vill be in direct contrast to what it itsed be. As time werit on, we all began to realize that sooner or later, Central Paik would be no more. Now with that day upon us, all we can do is t'eflect on what once was, and what neYer be again. Tampa's Black history is disappearing, atid Central Park Village is another stone that will eYentually be lost in G') m the dust. >

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.............. lAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. c a: u.. c z a: w > w c w X en :J m ::;) a.. z i= w ..1 ..1 ::;) m I ..1 w z i= z W "./) 4: 0 0 ..J ( .J.. Ceremony Planned To Kick Off Central Park Demolition This aerial shot is looking east over Central Park Village. On Tuesday, July 31st, a ceremony will kick off Phase I of the demolition of Central Park Village. The ceremony will take place at 10:30 a.m. in front of the first units scheduled for at Armwood Court. The Armwood Court Phase I project will involved three, 3-story buildings. According to Wilbert Malphus of Malphus and Son General Contractors, Phase II will begin almost immediately following the removal of Armwood Court. "Phase II will involved the demolition of the remainder of the entire complex. We have a completion date of December 1st for that project, but I expect to have it done by November 15th." Malphus said they are currently fenc, ing in buildings vacated by residents, and they are also spraying the structures for rodents in an effort to contain them with in that area. Tampa Housing Authority Director of Energy Services and Special Projects, Terry Brady, said there are about 40 to so families still living in Central Park and they expect them to be gone when Phase I begins. Brady and Malphus said the cost of demolishing Central Park Village hasn't been determined at this time. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, OJ' emailed at leon@jlsentinel.com.
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. LOCAL New FAMU President Hits The Ground Running On First Day Group Urges Restoration Of Citizenship, Rights BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer There s a lot of work to be done at Florida A&M University, and the man many believe will help fix the school's problems has officiall y taken hi s post. Dr. Ammons b egan his presidency of FAMU on Monday, July 2nd. The 54-year-old had a busy first day, beginning at 6:30 a.m. with a prayer vigil. H e then held an invitation only breakfas t with selected staff members, m e t with all of FAMU's faculty as well as speaking talking with the school's student government leaders One of hi s first move s as president was renaming Henry Lewis, III as Jean of the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Lewis had previously served as de a n of the college. Last week, the Southern Associa t ion of Colleges and School s placed Florida A&M University on probation for six months for financial and m a nagerial problems. ?AMU is in danger of los in g its accreditation-if the SACS feels the university has not made sufficient improvements after six months probation i s very appointing How_ever we will fix the problem. W e will turn this around and F AMU will survive and thrive," said Dr. Ammons. Dr. Ammons, a native of Winter Haven, says that h e plaris on developing a n action plan that will satisfy F AMU's stakeholders, and present the plan at a July 11th Board of Trustees Meeting. FAMl)' annually produces DR. JAMES AMMONS New President of Florida A&M University more African-Americans with B ac h elors Degrees than USF, UF and the FSU combined," said Carolyn Collins, f ormer presid-ent of FAMU's National Alumni Association. D etractors of FAMU say that there's no use f o r it anymore, and that it is a financial burden to the state, but'FAMU annu- ally produces $40 millfon to the local community The institution i s not only a posi_tive educational!.etlgine, but a l so econo mi ca ll y." FAMU's lOth president a l so announced his leadership team during hi s first day as president. Six p eop l e who worked alongside Dr. Ammons at North Carolina C entral University have will now work with him at FAMU. Charles O'Duor will se rv e as the sc hool' s VP for Audit and Compliance. Roland Gaines will be the new VP of student affairs. Teresa Hardee was named the interim chief financial offi c e r and VP of fiscal affairs. Rosalind Fuse-Hall will wo r k as Ammon's chief-of staff. Sharon Saunders wi ll work as FAMU's chief cony ;nunications official, and The 2007 Pre-College Summer Institute The "Pre-College Summer Institute" is designed for High School Juniors, Rising and Graduating Seniors who plan to attend a four-year private or public college. The aim of this jnnovative program is to prepare students with: : Week 1 College Study Skills ! Week 2 College Major .Selection ! Week 3 Financial Aid and Scholarships ! Week 4 The College Success Formula Students may Register for One Week or for the Entire Four Week Session: Space is Limited. ! Session 1 Begins: July 2, 2007 Tampa : Session 2 Begins: July 9, 2007 Tampa ! Session 3 Begins: July 13, 2007 Tampa ! Session 4 Begins: July 20, 2007 Tampa Session Days are: Mon., Wed. & Fri. *Times are: 9 am 12 pm Tuition 200 per wk.* Deposit 100 (nonrefundable deposit to hold your seat) N t Alii tru t H AM' Of AM t D I Th S b' t A (813) 928-8007 C'(166 TO CAROLYN COLLINS Former President of FAMU's National Alumni Association. Patricia Woodard will b e Ammon's administrative assistant. T wo current FAMU s taff members were also named to Dr. Ammon's leadership staff. Barbara Barnes and Robert Seniors will serve as interim provost and VP of academic affairs and VP of information technology W e have d o n e a lot of planning and our pl a n was to hit the ground running," said Dr. Ammons said during his speech to the m ed i a during his first day. "Whatever the probl ems are today they are my probl ems. I'm not going to look back. We are where we are. I hope that the changes so far send a signal to the community that we are in it for the long haul." Fatherhood Assistance, Lifestyle and Legal Services ( FAL LS), Incorporat-ed is an organiz;ation that offers solutions to prom ote respon sible fatherhood and prevent dom estic violence. Jimmy L. Gray, one of the organization's l oca l lead ers, also wants to a lert men being released from incarto get their citizenship and other rights restored as soon as possible "Many young m e n b eing released from pris on either don't know how to get this done, or don't f ee l it's necessary. If they have plans of being productive members of society again, this has to be the first step." Gray points out that some young men try to get back into the mainstream b y voting and reuniting with their families . HowElver when the legal part of that comes along, tha t 's w hen they dis cover they never bothered to get their ri gh t s restored. "We at F. A .L.L .S. feel thi s frustration by men leads to domestic violence and other problems. All someone needs to tell them is where to go and how to get their rights restored. It's really not as complicated as some would JIMMY GRAY have them believe Gray said the process is rather simple. "They need to either visit or contact the Public Defender's Office Restorative Services Branch and tell them they want their find other rights restored.'!. To f ind' more about this process, contact the Public D efenders Office at ('813) 272-5980, or F.A.L.L.S., Inc at (813) 4014876; or ( 813) 895-0033 Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentinel .com. Tan1pa Bay Acade:DI.y of Hope. Inc. 2007 LEADERSHIP THROUGH EDUCATION INNER CITY COLLEGE TOUR July 25 -28, 2007 The M&k.i:ng of' a College Student July 25, 2007 University of South Florida University of Tampa -:lAivlPA HilLSBOROUGH Hillsborough Community College July 26, 2007 University of Florida July 27, 2007 Florida A&M University Florida State University July 28, 2007 University of Central Florida And Morelli! 0 $400.00 .......... _. ........ for 4 days D $200.00 ................... for 3 days D $100.00 ............ ...... for 1 day D $50.00 ..................... to assist with food, Tshirts for youth We Need Your Help. Deadline for Support July 13, Sponsors names will be listed on the T-shirt, Tour program booklet and on the Tampa Bay Academy of Hope website All donations are tax-deductible. Please contact Kamilah L. Perry at 813-472-7881 or .,.. .. .. Tallie L. Gainer, Ill/James M. Evans at 813-277-0464 to sponsor a youth Send donations to: Tampa Bay Academy of Hope, Inc. 1702 N. 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NFL Suspends Cox Four Games TAMPA --Special teams a c e Torrie Cox of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was suspende d Tuesday b y the NFL for the first four games of t h e r egular se ason for violating the league's substance-abuse policy Cox's suspension begins Aug. 31. The defensive back and Pro Bowl special-teams alternate can participate in all preseason practice s and game s. Cox is eligible to return to Tampa Bay's active roster on Oct. 1 after the team's fourth gari1C against the Carolina Panthers. The Buccaneers had re-signed Cox in March. "We are hopeful that Torrie Cox can overcome this personal setback," Bucs general manager Bruce Allen said in a stateinent. Cox was picked as a Pro Bowl alternate last when h e returned 18 kickoffs for 387 yards and made 30 tackl e s TORRIECOX Cox was drafted by the Bucs in the sixth round in 2003 and has 41 games. He has 35 tackles and one inte rc eption in his four NFL s easons. H e has also made 45 special t eams tackles and r eturned 75 kickoffs for more than 1, 700 yards. sPORTS Newly.Signed Rhodes Suspended For Substance Abuse Dominic Rhodes signed with the Raiders in the offseason after six years with the Colts. ALAMEDA, CA -Oakland Raiders running back Dominic Rhodes was suspended Tuesday for the first four games of the season for viol a ting the leagu e 's substance abuse policy The l e ague does not disclose reasons for substance abuse suspensions, but Rhodes pleaded guilty in the offseason to reckless driving charges in Indiana after pros ecutors agreed to drop drunken driving charges against him. Rhodes, who spent his six years in Indianapolis, signed a two-year contract in the offseason with the Raiders that could be worth up to $7.5 mil lion. He is expected to split time with last year's starter LaMont Jordan as the Raiders try to improve a running. game that averaged 3.9 yards per carry in 2006. Rhodes started all 16 regu lar-season games last season, rushing for 641 yards and five touchdowns. After backing up E9gerrin James since ente ring the lea gue, Rhodes shared the job last season with rookie Joseph Addai. He has 2,274 yards rushing in his career. Draft Picks Durant, Green Sign Contracts With Sonics SEATTLE --Kevin Durant and Jeff Green, the second and fifth overall choices in last week's NBA draft, signed contracts with the Seattle SuperSonics on Wednesday. The 6-foot-9 Durant, just 18, is a forward who earned Associated Press college player of the year honors in his one season at Texas. He also won the Adolph Rupp Trophy, the Naismith Award and the Wooden Award. Kevin Durant and Jeff Green will make their summer league debuts on Friday. Green, 21, was named to the AP All-America third team in 2006-07 and, as a junior, helped the Hoyas make their first NCAA Final Four appearance since 1985. JJ 0 c.. c en 1\) 0 0 -....! He will make $3.476 mil lion as a rookie and $3.736 million in the second year. Green will earn $2.548 million in his first year and $2.739 million in the following one. The SuperSonics have one-year options for the players' third and fourth years. The 6-9 Green, also a forward, played three seasons at Georgetown, averaging 13.2 points and 6.5 rebounds. Both players are in Las ., Vegas for the NBA summer 5 league and will make their JJ professional debuts on C Friday when the_ Sonics face the Dallas Mavericks. m Good News For Tank: Johnson's BAC Within Legal Limit In DUI Arrest GILBERT, Ariz. --Tank Johnson's blood alcohol level was below the legal limit when the former Chicago Bears tackle was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving June 22. Johnson's blood alcohol level was .072, under the presumptive limit in Arizona of .08 percent, police Sgt. Andrew Duncan said Monday. No charges have been filed pending results of z ::! z m r-1 aJ c rrm :::! z "'tJ -c: aJ c (/) ::I: m 0 m < m JJ -< -t c m (J) c Beulah Baptist Institutional Church a completed investigation. )> z 0 Second Annual_ Geraldine Barnes Scholarship Golf Tournament The lah Family invites you to join us in the Third Annual Geraldine Barnes Scholarship Golf Tournament. Donati oris from this event will be used to continue or enhance community programs, i.e. College Scholarships, Electronic Library, Food/Clothing to the Needy, Computer Training, Summer Instructional Camp and other community efforts. Registrations from 7 A.M. Putting Contest Starts@ 7:15A.M. Shotgun Start at 8:30A.M. Barbecue Luncheon And Awards Finale! Early Registration: Individuals $80.00; Team Of Four Players $320.0Q After July 16, 2007: Individuals $100.00-Foursome $400.00 Sponsorship $300.00; Sponsorship/Foursome $600.00 For information and registration contact: Keith Palmer-813-239-6409 or Tocka Hartsfield-813.787.0199 THIS IS A TAX DEDUCTIBLE EVENT! Johnson, whose legal nlilme is Terry Darnell Johnson, was arrested when officers pulled him over at 3:30 a.m. for driving 40 mph in a 25 mph zone. Duncan said an officer placed him under arrest because he believed Johnson was under the influence of alcohol. He was released without being TANK JOHNSON '. booked or charged after providing a blood sample, and police said he was very cooperative. The 25-year-old player was released by the Bears three days after his arrest. 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...... 0 0 N cD ::) ""') c a: LL c a: LL c z < c tJ) w ::) 1-> a: w > w c w :::t: tJ) :::i m ::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::) m ..:. w :zi= z w tJ) ( a: 0 ..J LL Williams Sisters Withdraw From Doubles WIMBLEDON, England -The Williams sisters pulled out' of doubles at Wimbledon on Wednesday after Serena lost her singles quarterfinal against Justine Benin. Serena Williams strained her left calf and also hurt her left th.umb during herfourthround singles victory Monday "I've never experienced that much pain," she said Wednesday, referring to the calf injury. They were supposed to meet Anabel Garrigues and Virginia Ruano Pascual in the sec ond round of doubles. VENUS And SERENA WILUAMS The siblings hadn't played doubles together at any tournament since Wimbledon in 2003. They've won six Grand Slam doubles titles, including Wimbledon in 2000 and 2002. Owens Sues NYC Club For $600,000 NEW YORK --Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens filed a $600,000 lawsuit, contending his name and photo were used in nightclub ads without his permission Owens says the' A val on nightclub on West Side improperly used his name, likeness and initials T.O. in 2006 and 2007 to promote -its Friday Night Lights events and parties. He says the club he would be hosting the parties. Owens'' lawyer, Robert Milner, said Monday that as far as he knew Avalon offi cials had never tried to contact Owens. The 34-year-old player diligently" promotes his own name and image, maintains his own Website and is ''well recognized by the public as a distinctive sports figure" who engages in many activities for profit and charity, his JoYNER & JoRDAN-HOLMEs 1 112 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, FL 33602 info@jjhlaw.net I www. jjhlaw.net 813.229.9300 TERRELL OWENS court papers say. Owens is expected to earn $5 million in salary and a $3 million bonus from the Cowboys for the 2007 season. He is seeking at least $100,000 in compensatory damages and at least $500,000 in punitive damages, according to court papers filed last week. The papers also ask the court to bar the club from using his name arid likeness again without his permission. . The hiring of. a lawyer is an important decision ond shouid riot be . : .. based upon i.dvertlsements. Before you decide, ask us to send you .. : ... free written I nformation about our qualifications .;,(perk;nC., : SPORTS Arrington Released From Hospital LAVARARRINGTON 'CHEVERLY, Md. Three-time Pro Bowl linebacker La Var Arrington was released from the hospital Monday, two weeks after breaking his right arm and severely cutting his leg in a motorcycle accident. "He's doing much better," said Arrington's attorney, Rosalyn Pugh. "I won't say he's 100 percent, but he's doing better." Pugh said Arrington had a "little limp" from a gash in his leg as he left Prince George's Hospital Center and will also .need time to recover from the broken bone in his right forearm. She said she had no timetable for Arrington's full recovery. Arrington crashed on a highway ramp two days before his 29th birthday. He was issued citations for both the crash and for operating a motorcycle without a proper license. Pugh said Arrington is focused on promoting the opening of his new restaurant in Prince George's County, not far from the Washington Redskins' stadium. Arrington's career is on hold, at least temporarily, because of his injuries. Arrest Made In S.C. Recruit's Stabbing COLUMBIA, SC --A man accused of stabbing a highly touted football recruit for the University of South Carolina was arrested and charged with assault and battery with intent to kill, authorities said Thursday. Ross Montgomery Grant, 19, turned himself in to authorities, the Richland County sheriffs department said. Grant and Quintin Richardson, 18, got into a fight over Grant's gjrlfriend Sunday at an apartment complex, police said. Richardson was stabbed several times in his back and arms. He was released from the hospital following surgery earlier this week. QUINTIN RICHARDSON acted as I did in defense of my life," Grant said. After his bond hearing, Grant released a statement he regretteq the incident and hopes Richardson continues to recover. "However, please know that I Richardson, a 6 foot-4, 276-pound offensive lineman from Spring Valley High, was among the top recruits in the Gamecocks' incoming freshman class, which was ranked in the top 10 by many recruiting experts. Subscribe Today! .. ft SentineiBuiietin ::,::,, .. ... ; j l The Law Offices of BRYANT A SCRIVEN, ESQ. 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MRS. WILLIE MAE JACOBS (DORIS WILLIAMS) Homegoing services for Mrs. Willie Mae J -acobs (Doris Williams) of 9510 Lake Park Dr.,. Thonotosassa, who passed away Sunday, July 1, 2007, will be held Saturday, July 7, 2007, at 2 p. m. at New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 2511 E. Columbus Dr., Rev. Walter J. Williams, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange H"ill Cemetery. Jacobs was a volunteer for Guardian Ad Litem Program and Hillsborough County Sheriff Department. She was known and loved by many. She was preceded in death by: her brothers, Willie, Andrew and Leroy Donaldson and Herbert Jacobs. Her memory will be cherished by: children, Carolyn Walker, Charles Jacobs and Bruce Johnson; grandchild, Alexis Walker; parents, the late Willie James Jacobs and Dorothy Mae Rittmon Jacobs; grandmother, Missouri Jacobs; brothers, Norn1an Lee, Willie James, Jr., Christopher, L.C., and Jimmy Lee Jacobs; sisters, Carrie Donaldson, Verginell Donaldson, Min. Josie Kegler and husband, Kenneth, and Terry Ricketts and husband, Steve; aunts, Maitha Donnell, Margie Robinson, Maybell Brown, Rosie Walker, Rosetta Jacobs, Ella Mae Ramseur and Jessie B. Daniels; uncles, AI Rittmon and Aaron Simmons; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives arid friends; special friends, Lynn Hajj, Jessie Williams, Carolyn Mills, and Virgina Hopkins. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m. Friday evening. The family will. receive friends from 5-6 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 1735 Greenridge Road (Clair Mel). AIKENS FUNERAL HOME -Fan11hr Owned and OperatedA Tradition CorttirweJ 2708 E. Or. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl 33610 PIL (813) 2J2J25 Fax (813) 2J1.0521 Ut ourJiLmily car e of;r)IJr /{lllllLF W e ar e tlte key to a.fill e flit;! r e ; v ice-MR. REGINALD S. STUBBS Homegoing services for Mr. Reginald S. Stubbs, of 2510 Central Ave. #322, who departed this life, Tuesday, .June 27, 2007, will be held S'aturday, July 7, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., with Reverends Gregory and Pricilla Whaley, presiding, and provided words of comfort. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Stubbs was born August 5, 1953, in Tampa. He was educated in the. Hillsborough County Schools and attended Allen Temple A.M.E. Church. He worked as a Longshoreman for many years. Reginald met Miss Rosa Mae Johnson in 1975 and they united through holy matrimony on June 24, 2002, and spent the rest of their lives together. Mr. Stubbs took pleasure in watching old moVies and loved to say, "You'll Make A Monkey Cuss." He was preceded in death by: his father, Ernest Braxton; mother, Dorothy Lee Stubbs; and sister, Maybelle Lanier. He leaves to mourn his passing: his wife, Rosa Mac Stubbs; 2 daughters, Regina J'emere Stubbs and Roshanda J'emece Stubbs; 4 brothers, Mr. Edward Miller, Earl Hobbs and wife, Hollis, Jerome McCray and wife, Tanda; and Weston Braxton and wife, Jacquelyn; 3 sisters, Renee Taylor and husband, Charles, Gwendolyn McCray of Naples, and 'Emma Braxton Lagree and husband, Ronnie; aunt, Bessie Colding and husband, Elijah; sisters-in-law, Ba.rbara Ann Pendleton, Mattie Price and husband, J.B., Mary Johnson, Minnie Hill, Janice Favors Williams, Dolores Christian and husband, Courtney and Yolanda Franks; bi'othersin-law, Aaron Dingle and Dennis Johnson; friend, Mr. Ike; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other, fami.ly and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m. on Friday evening (today). The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange fro'm 1618 Lindeh Ave. Friends are asked to assemble at the chapel at approxim,ately -10:45 a. m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME FUNERALS MR. PAUL DEVILLE RILEY Funeral service for Mr. Paul DeVille Riley will be held at 11 a. m., Saturday, July 7, 2007, at From the Heart Church Ministries of Tampa, 301 Lakewood Drive, Brandon, Elder K. Joseph Caldwell, pastor, officiating, Pastor Curtis A. Swafford, Eulogist. Interment to follow at Garden of Memories Cemetery; Tampa. Paul was a coach, mentor, friend, recordlng artist, producer and artist. "Paul was his own entity." He was a partner and co-owner of The Logic Studio and Gladiator Entertainment Studio. Paul's pride and joy was his son, Richard J. D. Riley. Paul was the first child born to Basil L. Riley and Jacquelyn Riley (Griffin) on October 1, 1969. He grew up and attended schools in Daleville, Alabama, and graduated from Waltham High School, Waltham, Massachusetts, where his family moved in 1986. He and brother, Richard D. Riley are 3 years apart, and brother, Bretford Griffin, II, are 13 years. He attended community college in the local Boston area, and coached football in the local Pop Warner League, and was an avid football enthusiast. His favorite team was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Paul was preceded in death by: his grandmother, Laurine Riley; grandfather, Rev. Ben Johnson, Jr.; two aunts, Betty L. Snell and Quintina J. Woods. To cherish special moments and memories, he leaves: a beloved son, Richard J. D. Riley; devoted mother, Jacquelyn Griffin; caring father, Basil "Jimmy" Leo Riley; wife, Barbara; brothers, Richard D. Riley, Bronx, NY, and Bretford J. Griffin II, Orlando, Basil, Jr., Minneapolis, MN, Basil, III, Tampa,_Dwight, Antonio and Ramon; sisters, Lydia, Sharon, Beryl and Shanette; aunts, Doris Sullivan, Barbara Grayson (William), Wanda Fisher (George), Atlanta, Romain McCant, Belinda Brown (Robert) and Sylvia Glover (Willie); uncles, Richard D. Riley, wife, Tense, of Nassau, Bahamas; cousins, Valerie Frazier (Anthony), Azzi Sullivan (Norma), California, Carla Holbrook (Jonathan), England, UK, Gina Leathers (Wil), Jon Walker (Robyne), Naples, R. Tony Woods-Obinna, Crystal Woods, LaShayne Sullivan, Kenneth Thomas (Schwann), Leon Thomas, Ronald Sullivan, Michael Woods. (LaShawn), Terrance Russ (Ciciler), Tracey Snell, Cedric Rodney Thomas (Amonda) and Courtney Woods; close Lodie St. Jean, Malden, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford (Genell) Dozier, Daleville, Ala., Larry Sanders, Jr. (Vee), Atlanta, GA, Javier Ortiz, Dan LaFaille, Boston, Mass., Daryl Moody, Indianapolis, IN, numerous friends. from Boston, Mass., Dothan, Ala., and Jacksonville. Paul was prematurely -called home, but not before touching many lives everywhere he visited, and will be sorely missed. Visitation for Paul Riley will be held from 6-8 p. m., Friday, July 6, 2007, at Morning Glory Funeral Chapel, 5100 N. Nebraska Avenue, Tampa. Harold Jones, owner. A MORNING GLORY SERVICE OVER 75 YEARS OF SI:RVlC Fami(v Owned & Operated verett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa Florida 33610 We Offer Cremation --Funeral Services --Shipping 813-237-5775 We provide affordable with Excellence In l'ro]t'ssionalism And Standards with a Funeral Service. HARMON !FUNERAL HOME I 5002 N. 40th Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 626-8600 "WE. SERVE TO_ SERVE YOU AGAIN" MRS. BETfY JOYCE MCNAIR JOHNSON Mrs. Betty Joyce McNair Johnson of 1915 W. Palmetto Street, passed away Friday, June 29, 2007: A wake ser vice will be c onducted on Friday, July 6, 2007, from 7-8 p. m. at RaY. Williams Memorial Chapel, 30:1, N. Howard Avenue. A service will be held Saturday, July 7, at u a. m. at Garden of Memories Cemeter y with_ Reverend James Givens, officiat.ng. Interment Will follow. Mrs. Johnson was a nalive, of :rampp,, where she received her formal tion in the public schools of Hillsborough County at Dunbar Elementary, Blake Jr. High and Middleton High School, Class of 1964. After graduating from Middleton, she attended Texas Southern University._ As a young lady, she joined Mount Olive Mrican Methodist Episcopal Church where she served faithfully as a member on the Stewardess Board, Georgia Hilliard Cho.ir, the. Women's Missionary Society and the Pastor's Aide Board until her demise. Mrs. Johnson was employed at Honeywell Corporation as a Supervisor until the Tampa facility closed. She then worked at Mental Health Clinic until her retirement in 2006. She leaves to cherish precious memories with: her devoted husband, Dolphus Leon Johnson, Sr.; sons, Timothy .Johnson and wife, Shayla, and Dolphus Leon Johnson, Jr. and wife, Becky; grandchildren, Timothy, Jr., Antrissia, Brittani, Brittney, 'Brent, Delaney and Devin; mother, Mercedes McNair; brother, George Preston McNai1; sis ter, Lula Mae Fulgeon and husband, Willie; aunt, Eunice Corker; three sisters in-law; five brothers-in-law; nun1erous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, July 6, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue.' In lieu offloweis, the family request that donations be made to the American Heart Association, in the hoi10r of Mrs. Betty J. McNair. Johnson. The funeral cortege will arrange fr-om 1915 \V. Palmetto Street at 10:15 a. m. on Saturday morning. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILUAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Nmtlwrn, Owners. JJ 0 )> c.. c (7) 1\). 0 0 ,....., ., r-0 c )> C/) m z ::! z m r-1 Ol c r rm ::! z c Ol c en ::I: m 0 m < m JJ -< -f c m en 0 )> z 0 ., JJ 0

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c a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c (/) w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w J: ...J lD ::J a. z j:: w ...J ...J ::J lD I ...J w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...J LL. < I 0 N w MRS.LILIAR MAE CARTER Funeral services for Mrs. Lillar Mae Carter of 8309 Croton Avenue who passed away at her residence while under the care of LifePath Hospice's Indigo Team, will be held Saturday, July .7, 2007, at 11 a.m. at St. James AME Church, 5202 86th Street, Rev. Joe Gay, Sr., pastor, with Rev. Qregory Robinson, Pastor of New Revelation Missionary Baptist Church, officiating, eulogist. Interment will fo-llow in Re-st Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Carter was preceded in death by her parents, Clemon Davis, Sr. and Josephine Crawley Davis. She leaves to cherish fond memories of her: husband, Burnice L. Carter; son, Benny L. Carter; daughter, Regina R. Carter-Nelson and husband, Gerald L. Nelson, Sr.; grandchildren, Xiamara Carter, Gerald L. Nelson, Jr., Cedric L. Nelson (Emily), Jeremiah E. Nelson, Tameka N. Nelson, DaShawn P.M. Nelson and Tyler L. Nelson; great grandchildren, James, Natatia, Ashanti, Jaylynn, Adria'nna, Shylynn, Mya, Jai-Quon, Jazzmlyn; brothers, Hubert Davis; Clemon Davis, Jr., William Davis, Sr. (Rose) and John Warren Davis; sisters, JoAnn Lett (Huston, Jr. ) and Gwendolyn Daniel (Clifford); goddaughter, Debra Bell (Tommy); a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, sisters and brothers-in-law and other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Tampa, Mrs. Carter was a former member of Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church. She was a retired LPN and was very active in the community. The remains will repose on Friday, July 6, 2007, at the funeral home from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends in the chapel from 7-8 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m. Saturday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE" FUNERALS I MEMORIAMS MS. MARY M. PASSLEY Funeral services for Ms. Mary M. Passley of 706 Palm Bay Drive, who passed away at the Melech Hospice House, will be held on Saturday, July 7, 2007, at 2 p. m. at 1st Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Blvd. with Pastor/Teacher Samuel Maxwell, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mary leaves to mourn her passing: children, Nardia, Farah and Omar; grandchildren, Dejanique, Jory, Nizan, Ali and Shelby; mother, Merline Williams; brothers, Harold, Michael and Peter; sisters, Sharon, Janet and Sandra; aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews; long time friend, Clifford; and other sorrowing rela-tives and friends. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Ms. Passley has been a resident of Tampa, for the past 11 years coming from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She attended Bereim COG in Manitoba and was attending 1st Baptist Church of Progress Village prior to her illness. Ms. Passley was a Customer Service Manager for Winn Dixie Grocery Store. The remains will repose on Friday, July 6, 2007, from s-9 p. m. at the funeral home. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m. on Saturday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE" REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK A Community Pride" 4615 E. Hanna Tampa 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626-2332 MR. JOHN PIERCE The funeral service for Mr. John Pierce, whose life expired on Thursday, June 28, 2007, will be held Saturday, July 7, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Brown's Memorial Church Of God In Christ, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, Tampa, where Bishop Matthew Williams, II, is pastor, and Elder Tommie Jones, will be officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Mr. John Pierce was born in Pelham, Georgia, on July 8, 1937, to the late parents, Mr. Matthew (Robert) Pierce and Mrs. Jarothia Edwards. John was a resident of Tampa for over 55 years. John was married to Mother Ruby Pierce since 1967. Mother Pierce was a very loving and devoted wife throughout their whole marriage. She was his caretaker during his entire sickness. John worked at the Tampa Tribune where he retired over 10 years ;tgo. He enjoyed landscaping work, which allowed him to take care of all types of plants and flowers. worked in such places as Jack Holmes Nursery, Busch Gardens and the Tampa Tribune. His main hobby was staying at home. After he retired, he enjoyed walking up the street to Mr. Bo's house where they would sit on the porch and talk about old times for hours and hours. He was preceded in death by: his parents; his sisters, Jay Ronnie Pierce and Grace Pierce; and his brother, Collins Thomas, Sr. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving wife, Mother Ruby Pierce; 2 daughters, Precious (Todd) Grant and Cassandra Parker of Tampa; brother, Matthew Pierce of Ft. Lauderdale; 2 grandchildren, Alana Grant and Jonathan Parker of Tampa; mother-in-law, Lillie Johnson; sister-in-law, Cynthia (Tommie) Jones and their 3 children, Jasmine Jones, Rachel (Terrance) Parker and Candace Jones of Tampa; brother-in-law, Howard (Carolyn) Johnson and their four children, Robin, Nicky, Brian and Robert Thomas; niece, Phyllis Turner of Pelham, GA; godchildren, Michelle McCoy of St. Louis, MO, and Elder Willis (Shirley) Crum of Tampa; several nieces, nephews and cousins, among whom are: Mrs. Mae Ola Smith and Mrs. Louise Jones; and a close friend, Veronica Foster, all of Tampa; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, July 6, 2007, from 5-8 p. m. at Brown's Memorial Annex, 2314 E. 27th Avenue, Tampa. WOODY'S FUNERAL SERVICE -MR. WILLIE C. WALKER (PEE-WEE) -t A homegoing graveside celebration for Mr. Willie C. Walker who passed away on June 27, 2007, will be held at Bay Pines National Cemetery on Friday, July 6, 2007, at 12:45 p. m. The interment will follow. Mr. Walker was born August 25, 1928, in Mitchell, GA, to the union of Mrs. Katie Oliver and the late Mr. Sherman Walker. Pee-Wee was educated in the public school system of Volusia County. Mr. Walker served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1952 and was honorably discharged. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving wife, Jacqueline Walker; 8 sons, Timothy Walker and wife, Ernestine of Tallahassee, Charles Walker and wife, Teresa of Tampa, William C. Walker and family of Georgia, Jerome Walker and Sammy Thomas of Daytona, Bruce Walker of Alabama and James Simmons; 2 daughters, Sandra and Jackie Walker of Daytona; mother, Katie Oliver of Tampa; 2 sisters, Mary Johnson and husband, Deron of Bainbridge, Georgia, and Julia Walker, who preceded him in death; granddaughter, Terry Harris and husband, Charles of Daytona; aunt, Conchita March; great grandchildren, CJ, James and Jasmine Harris; and a special friend of the family, Arlivia Robinson and daughter; and a host of other relatives and friends; and Bay Pines Hospital and Hospice Staff. A QEE & SORENSEN FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE. Always Dependable & HPt.rnhtP MONALIS MONUMEN Funeral services have been postponed for this Saturday, .July 7, 2007. Services will be held next Saturday, July 14, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Peace Baptist Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue. EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. MRS. EUGLINE TINGHICKS In memory of Mrs. Eugline Ting Hicks. 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. NATIONAL Victim's Family Buys Rights To 0 .J. Simpson Book 0 a: LL c z < c en w ::: 1-MIAMI --The fami l y of Ron Goldman has purchase d the rights to O.J. Simpson's canc e l e d book, "If I Did It," from a co-urtappointed bankruptcy trustee in a settlement reache d Monday Fred Goldman has pursued O.J. Simpson in the courts to collect his share of a $33 million civil judgement. The book rights will be held in the name of Ron Goldman LLC, Goldman family attorney David Cook said. Goldman was slain along with Simpson's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, in 1994. The former football star has maintained his innocence. He was acquitted of murder, but Goldman's family won a civil wrongful death case against him now totaling more than $33 million "Ron Goldman LLC will own Simpson's name, like-FRED GOLDMAN vs. 0. J. SIMPSON ness, signature and story and will hawk it to satisfy this terrible judgment. Justice has arrived in Miami," Cook said. The Goldmans own the copyright, media rights and movie rights. They also acquired Simpson's name, likeness, life story and right of publicity in connection with the book, according to court documents. The Goldmans want to rename the book "Confessions of a Double Murderer" and plan to shop it around, Cook said. ft w > w c w :X: en :J Ql Police Say Man Killed Cousin At .July 4th Get-Together ORLANDO --Police, 0.. overnight, released the name of man who was killed durW ing a fight at a Fourth of ::f July get-together. Orlando = police said 26-year-old Brian Williams shot and W killed at a home on Martin Luther King drive, Thursday z night. Police said Williams' < cousin pulled the trigger. 0 Tlie gunman, 33-year-old 0: Derrick Williams, was g booked at the Orange County LL jail. Police said an argument between the two cousins ended in gunfire. Or-lando police officers found Derrick Williams running up and down Martin Luther King Drive on July 4 after he al-legedly shot and killed his cousin, Brian Williams. According to witnesses, the two were at a get-together at a home when they got into an argument. According to a charging affidavit, Derrick Williams pulled a silver handgun out of his waistband and shot his cousin in the chest. Right afterwards, he took off his shirt, wrapped the gun in it and threw it on a neighbor's lawn.
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. CRIME NEWS Clerk Shoots One Robber, Second Escapes A South Tampa store clerk shot one robber and a second got away in an incident Tuesday. Tampa Police report two men walked into the Quick Stop Food Store, 6106 South Westshore Boulevard at 12:50 p .m After customers left the store, one of the suspects approached the counter and asked for a sandwich. The store clerk told the man it was Police said when the suspect. took the sandwich from the case he sat it ol1 the cbunter. He then walked a.round the counter and at gunpoint demanded the clerk open the two registers. The suspect allegedly forced the store clerk to the ground while he and a secorid man took money from both registers and scratch off lottery tickets. The suspects then went into a back room and removed all the video surveillance equipment before running out of the store. CLIFFORD DARDEN One suspect left in a vehicle and the clerk shot the other suspect, struggled with him and was able to get the gun away from him. The clerk held the suspect at gunpoint until police arrived. The wounded suspect, identified as Clifford Darden, 47, was taken to a local hospital and reported to be in stable condition. He has been charged with armed robbery. The second suspect is described as a Black male, 18 Police said the store clerk grabbed his gun and followed both men out of the store, yelling for them to stop. One to _21_ years old, 5'4" tall, man kept running and the we1ghmg 190 pounds. He was other turned around and _last seen fleeing the scene in allegedly pointed a gun at the a 90s model 4-door Maroon clerk. Ford Taurus. 3 -Men Sought In Robbery Of Fireworks Tent The Hills b orough County Sheriff's Offic e i s looking for 3 m e n they said robbed a fire works tent June 30th. According to the' report, at 1 a m., a night watchman at a fireworks tent at 8806 West Flora Street was approached by two men, one of them armed with a handgun. The watchman told police the two men tied him to a tree at the rear of the tent while a third man drcve up in a green Ford F-150 truck with a matching topp e r All three men loaded the truck with fireworks, the cash register, credit card machine, and a handgun. The watchman was found by a citizen across the street getting gas and hearing him yell for help. The suspects are described as 2 Black males and a white male, 18 to 20 years old. Man Charged::wlt:h.;: Sexu&l T'-nag,-r PINELLAS "; : : ... . Monday, the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office announced the arrest of a man accused of sexual battery on a mentally challenged juvenile. According to investigators, at 10 p.m. Saturday, June 30th, Bobby L. Jones, 63, was involved in sexual activity with a juvenile at his home in Safet;y Harbor. Authorities said the victim's mother became of the incident and reported it to the sheriffs office. Jones was later inter-viewed and on Monday, July 2nd, charged with sexual ROBBY L. JONES battery on a mentally defective victim Officer Hit With Firecracker Tampa Police officers were called to the Robles Park Housing Complex on July 4th to investigate a report of several Black males shooting fireworks at each other. When officer Timothy Gaddis arrived, he reported an unknown Black male tossed a large firecracker at him, striking his leg. The firecracker exploded, causing a burn mark on the officer's pants. It then bounced off his leg and into a marked unit at the scene. The firecracker burned the floorboard and the vehicle began to smoke Officers at the scene used a fire extinguisher to put the fire out. Gaddis was transporting to a local hospital due to a ringing sound in his ear as a result of the firecracker exploding near him. Three' other officers also reported a ringing sensation in their ears, but did not require med ical attention. The Black male that allegedly tossed the firecracker at Gaddis is described as appearing to be 12 to '15 years old, 5'7" tall, and weighing 150 pounds. Former State Trooper Arrested On Sex Charges DANNY BOWERS On Monday former State Trooper Danny Bowers was arrested on two counts of lewd and lascivious exhibi-. tion." According to reports, Bowers lost his job with the !"lorida Highway Patrol 7 -years ago after an investigation revealed he had a sexual relationship with a woman who was the suspect in a fatal DUI case he was investigating. Officials said Bowers, 41, mishandled 4 crash investigations during his 11-year career. Uncle Sandy Says "Surround yourself 3, 7, 9, 11 with only people 13, 15, 21, 23 who are going to 25, 29, 35, 37 lift au hi her." Truck Sends Deputy Into Guardrail On July 4th at 10:41 p.m a Hillsborough County deputy was slightly injured when a truck sent his marked unit into a guardrail. According to the report, a Black Silverado was traveling east on I-4 within the center lane. Deputy Stuart Bell, 33, was traveling east on I-4 within the left through lane. The deputy reported that the Silverado began to either drift into the left lane or change to the left lane causing Bell to take evasive action. Bell swerved to the left to avoid being struck by the Silverado. He drove onto the emergency lane and began to .. lose control, attempting to get back into the left lane. Bell drove onto the median and into the center guardrail, spirrning around 3 tim es. The incid ent was observed by witnesses who stopped to assist the deputy. He was transported to a locat hospital where it was reported he sustained a sprained wrist. The Black Silverado was described as a new model with tinted windows and unknown stickers 0n the rear window. The possible tag number is CFX2A. According to the sheriffs office, Bell is an 8-year veteran. Home Invasion, Sexual Battery Under Investigation The Temple Terrace Police Department is investigating a home invasion robbery and sexual battery that "occurred on June 3rd, 11:40 a .m., at the victim's resi<;lence. 190 pounds. The third suspect was only described as a tall Black male armed with a handgun. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for leads to the ., JJ 0 C-. c en 1\) 0 0 """" "T1 r-0 :D CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 m According to detectives, 3 Black males entered the victim's residence, sexually assaulted her, and fled with the victim's property. 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Earlier this week, Governor Charlie Crist visited the College Hill Public Library to sign (House Bill 1269) the Black Infant Mortality Bill into law. The bill requires that the Department of Health award grants to at least one urban county and at least one rural county whose nonwhite infant mortality rate Governor Charlie Crist addressing those in attendance at the bill signing. is at least 1.75 times greater than the white infant mortality rate in that area. A report will be submitted to Governor Crist, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House, and the Secretary of Health at the conclusion of the study. (Photographs by Charles John.) Dr. Ana M. Viamonte Ros, Secretary of the Department of Health and Florida's first Surgeon General, addressed the audience during the bill signing at College Hill Public Library on Monday. Governor Crist greets members of the audience on hand to witness the historic signing of the bill. Representatives from U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor's Office were Mrs. Chloe Coney, District Director, and Clay Phillips, Chief of Staff. Governor Charlie Crist is shown signing the Black Infant MortalitY Bill into law at College Hill Public Library. He is surrounded by elected officials and representatives from Healthy Start of Hillsborough County. State Representative Betty Reed is shown with Dr. James Brookins. Minister Michelle Patty is shown with Frank Reddick. Among those in attendance at the bill signing were from left to right: State Representath e Betty Reed, Deborah Austin, Ph.D. USF Health, Lawton and Rhea Chiles Center Central Hillsborough Healthy Start Project; Ms. Delores "Dee" Jeffers, Perinatal Systems Specialist, USF Health, Lawton and Rhea Chiles Center Central Hillsborough Healthy Start Project; Estrcllita "Lo" Berry, Central Hillsborough County Federal Healthy Start (CHHS) Project; Ms. Jane Murphy, Executive Director of the Healthy Start Coalition of Hillsborough County, Ms. Leisa Stanley, Assistant Executive Director of the Healthy Start Coalition of Hillsborough County, and State Senator Arthenia .Joyner.

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"" 0 0 C\1 BIRTHDAY GREETINGS cD Look Who's :; Turning The Big '26' 0 a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ::> 1-> a: w > w KATRINA A big birthday shot out goes to Katrina, a.k.a Slim. You go girl, get it rna, get it. Love ya, Ebony, a.k.a., Ms. Thickumus. NUTAndMOM CHAD, JR., CHAD, SR. And CHASI'IT'Y Daddy, we love you so much for showing all your blessings through us. Happy birthday Dad, with lots oflove! From Chasitty and Chad, Jr. Go Getter! W e lov e you today, yesterday :I: and for ever. Happy birthday, Nut, you are the man, 7/6/ 07. m Enjoy your day you will see us ::> tomorrow. CHAD "Trap all day, play all night Q. -Love, Mom and family. z Happy birthday. Love ya! i= w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J W z i= z w en < 9 a: 0 ...J LL ... Hillsbor o ugh C o unty Now Accepting Applications for Free Child Care Hillsborough County Head Start / Early Head Start is now accepting ap plications for 2007-2008 child care of 3and 4-year olds You may be eligible for this program if you : Have a child who will be 3 years old before September 1, 2007 Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job train ing full time Meet the federal government pov erty gui delines for or receive public assistance ( SSI, TANF, or Sub sidized Child Care ) Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearin g im pairment mental retardation an orthopedic develop mentally delayed, speech/language problem or any other impair ment affec t ing the child's ability to learn Applications can be downloaded at www hillsboroughcounty org/headstart/resources/forms In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this agency does not discriminate based on disability. For more information call Head Start/Early Head Start program at 272-5140 (TTY: 301-7173) m Main Office: 3639 W. Wa ters Ave., Tampa, FL 33614 I N w HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEMETRIA ALEXIS WILSON When you were 1, you learned to walk. Then you were 2, and you started to talk. At 3 and at 4 you could even_ sing, and at 5 you got into everything! Now you are 6 and it's easy to see, that whatever your age, you're special to me! Love always, Mommie, grandma, auntie, uncles and Desmene!! Happy Birthday LIL TERRANCE (July 9, 2005) And BIG TERRANCE To Lil Terrance. From your father and grandmother, Lisa Gal. Party like a rock star DONALD STEADMAN, JR. Yeah, they can't hold that cipher down for too long. The boy touches down on 10/1/07 But I want to give a shout out to 24, Greg, Duke, Rio, Bravo, Joe and the rest of the Draks doing time I also would like to wish Amisha Harris, a happy belated birthday and tell my lit tle brother Zel that I love him Love Mom a nd D a d DEV ARIS A. SHEPPARD 7/8 Happy birthday son, hope a 'nd pray you have many more. Son, 24 years ago I couldn't imagine what life would bring today, but when I tell you I'm glad I stuck around to see, to see you help r;:1ise your sisters, to see you bring me a high school diploma, to see you give me five years at FAMU to see you meet your gor geous and loving wife, and to see you become the m a n y ou a re today, I'm proud of you son. Thanks for making my lif e muc h better. Love, your mother, Patty! JACQUELINE MARIA BRAVO SHEPPARD 6/26 Happy 17th birthday Baby Girl. Love, your papa, Olimpo Bravo, a.k.a., Henry! Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info The Florida Sentinel's 'Spotlight On Me' Is Putting The "Spotlight On Kid Call Us At (813) 850-1484 For More In

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ALL ABOUT YOU! Happy Birthday! ZAROAndTEE Happy birthday goes out to my brother, Zaro on July 8, 2007. See you very soon bros. From your brother, Tee, and the H. P. Crew. Wanted By Many And Only Loved By AFew! ZARO Happy birthday.goes out to -the one and only man in my life, Zaro. May the good Lord continue to bless you, now and forever. Love always, your wife, Mami, arid the family She's A Graduate! It's Time To Celebrate! NATYIA MCKINNEY NaTyla McKinney is uating with a 4.0 GPA from Capella University with a Master's Degree in Human Services. She is the daughter of Theodis and Leanna McKinney. CORETHA LUCAS AndEDDIEL. DAWKINS, SR. Andrew P. Lucas, Sr. and Marjorie B. Lucas are proud to announce the marriage of their daughter, Coretha Lucas to Eddie L. Dawkins, Sr. on Saturday, July 14, 2007. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers RE-BIRTH ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL A SCHOOL OF CHOICE NOW REGISTRATIONFOR: KGSTH GRADE *CONVENIENT LOCATION *SMALL CLASS SIZES 18: 1. RA QUALITY INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS *CERTIFIED AND CARING TEACHERS *FOCUSES ON POSfTIVE VALUES *FREE REGISTRATION AND ADMISSION To Be Wed MARSEILLE EVANS And ADRIAN TILLMAN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evans would like to announce the marriage of their daughter, Marseille Evans to Adrian Tillman, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tillman. They will be as one on the date of July 7, 2007, in Madison, FL. DO NOV AN BROWN Congratulations to Donovan Brown and the Temple Terrace Cowboys, 2007 Flag Football champs. To God be the glory. Recent Grad YOLANDAN. MCCLO_UD Congratulations to Yolanda McCloud, who graduated with honors from East Bay High. Yolanda plans to major in Sports Medicine at USF or UCF. We love you and respect you. God bless. Your proud parents, Andrew and Donna James-McCloud; and your sisters, Ashley and Andrea McCloud. DELORES RAINES KOURTNEY, DELORES And MOM (YO LANDER) Happy birthday goes out to my daughter, Delores Elizabeth Raines, who will be turning 20 on July 11, 2007. From mother, Yolander S. Raines, Kourtney and Robin Sellers with love always and may God, Yahweh Ben Yahweh be with her. Happy b e lated birthday, Leroy. JACQUELINE MARIA BRAVO SHEPPARD 6-26-07 lJ 0 }< c (j) I\) 0 0 """ r-0 ::x:J 0 l> en m z :::! z m r-1 Ill c: r rm :::! c: Ill r-(i) :::1: m 0 m < m ::x:J < -4 c: m Happy 17th birthday "Ma ma. May God bless y ou with many en more. Thank you for making m y life better! 0 Love Patty, your mother. l> z 0 Dr. W James Fa v orite. Vaca tion Bihle School "T1 Statf a nd members of Beulah Baptist ::x:J Institutional Church. would be honored to have 0 you and your tamily join us at : "Vacation Bible School 2007" Dates: JulY 7, 2007 -JulY 9 thru 13. 200i Activities Beulah BaPtist Institutional Church 1006 West CYPress Street TamPa, florida 33606-1109 Music WorkshoP. Dance WorkshoP, Arts. Crafts and Good Christian Funl -Who Is Invited: All A!!e, Race, & Gender ,...---------, Pre Regi s tration/Information: Church Offic e or Church North Exit or (813) 251-3382 Bring a neighbor, relative, classmate orjiieml! C') m w I Ill

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c a: Ll. c z < c en w ::> 1-> a:: w [ii, o i l cnl :Jl cni :::J a. Jackson Heights Church of Christ 3817 East Lindell Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33610 (813) 664-9896 Bro .. James Suttle, Minister GOSPEL MEETING -BUILDING tEDICATiON You're cordially invited to attend the Jackson Heights Church of .Christ Gospel Meeting & Building Dedication. Theme: Where: When: ,_ "We've Come A Long Way". 3817 East Lindell Avenue July 8 2007 Bible S_tudy 8:30a.m. Morning .Worship 9:45a. m. Afte'rnoon Worship & Group Singing 2:30p.m. July 91h -11th nightly services at 7:30p.m. Satt11dav. July 7'h tp 3 r m come and ccl<:hr:uc 11 ith us at our' GOSPEL SONG FEST featuring 1 :mous groul" AT .IACKSON HEIGHTS WF. BELIEVE IN PRAISJN(; GOD AT A HIGH LE,VEL. For transporhttion pfeasc call (813) 66-t -9896 . REVIVAL St. Matthe1N Has Spring Revival St. M a tthew Missionary Baptist Church held its Spring R e vival recently. Ministerial sons of St Matthew conducted the revival service. (Photographs by Julia Jackson) z Member s who attended the r evivals included, f1om left, Bettye Ennis, Vcnlell Vickers and Levada Broxton. i= w ...J ...J ::> aJ I ...J w z i= z w (J) < Q a:: 0 ...J u. Mount Calvary Junior Academy Kindergarten -8th grade WE OFFER: J. Bible -based instructio n. 2. Caring, certified 3 High value at an affordabl e rate ...J.. F l orida Pride ). Computer lab with interne t and network. 6. A safe drug free e nvironment for students. 7. Extracurric ular activities. 8. Challenging academic program. 9 Personal attention given to students. 10. Outstanding students. 11. Hot nutritious meals daily 12. fully accredited curriculum 13. S mall class s i ze 14. Befo.re and after school program ] 5. Reading and math la b s 1 6. M u s i c (String E nsembl e) T r aining minds, and h ands r o r worthy a i 1d produ c tiv e servi ce. Call today for a registration 81 3 ,-238-0433 .. 3111 East Wilder Avenue Tampa, Florida 3 3 610 Deacon Greg Taylor, Jr. and his sister, Renaka Taylor attending the revival. New Beginnings M. B. Church 3101 E. Lake Ave Tampa FL 33610 (813) 503-9843 REV. DAVID P. CARSON PASTOR FIRST LADY MARY CARSON Sunday School 9:30 A. M. 11 A M. Morning Worship Tuesday 7 P. M. Prayer Meeting & Bible Study MT. TABOR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2606 Grace Street* Tampa Phone (813) 879-3964 PASTOR T. D. LEONARD I'' Study Topic For Students : .. .. Rescue Zone-Saved By Gods Power .. Ephesians 2:8-9 & Romans 8:8 Study Topic For Adults .. Free Refill-Coming Back To Jesus .. By Mark Alleberry 1st Week* Monday-Friday* July 9-13, 2007 5:30-7:30p.m. 2nd Week* Monday-Friday* July 16-20,2007 *5-7 p.m.

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RELIGIOUS Do The Right Thing As we live life, we know th a t we all h ave a choice as to ho w we will live our own indi vid u a l lives. For eve r y pe rson there i s a c h oice, and every choice h as a co nsequ e n ce. What guides each person's c hoi ce i s th e standard and gui de l i nes he/sh e c h ooses to live by. For t h e Christian the s t a n dard a nd g u ide lin e i s the o n e se t forth b y God a nd outli,ned in the Bible. God expec t s those who choose to acc ept Him and follow Him to live by the se expectations. What causes a lot of problems is when the church aban dons the principles of God and starts living like the world. It is dangerous when the church or people of God cannot be distinguished from the world. longer clean; they are no longer considered holy The peopl e have been tainted and corrupted by the world and unri ghteous liv ing It is again important to k n ow and accept that God will allow unrighteous behavior to go on for so long. God will take onl y so inuch from His children. It takes a lot to make Him a ngr y b eca us e H e is s l ow to anger (Psalm 103:8). A city or an individu a l is destined to go astray when they are guilty of the things that Zephaniah mentions in verse two He says they: do not obey His voice, do not receive correction, do not trust in the Lord, and have not drawn near to Him. When you are guilty of these four things in your life, you will find that you're walking in unrighteousness. God will p eo pl e are compelled to walk in a p a th of unri ghteousness. If the priest, pastor, or prophet in a church or family is not committed t o grow ing spiritually, how can the church or those who follow his/her leadership? When the king did evil, so did the peo ple. Is this an absolute, NO! God places emphasis on those who are in leadership If the children do not hear the pray or see them trusting God how will they? If the l eaders h ip in the hou se h as n o concern for getting t o know God, h ow will the chi l dren in the hou se. Becaus e of these choices and their l ifesty l e, God speaks a curse o n them. God is serio u s about I I is people I i vi ng RIGHT! H e will bles s yo u if you obey. In the midst of it all, God does not close the door to restoration and forgiveness. He says in verse nine, I will restore the people to a pure language". God will give you another chance to get right and live right. God will show you again how to live holy. God will give you a new language that will enable you to call on His name (vs. 9). Zephaniah in the third chapter, verses one to riine, of his writings records the charges a nd consequences the people are forced t o dea l with because they c hose to stra y from the path of rig ht eo u s livmg. lead yo u in a path of right-.--------------, eo u sness if you lis t en to Him. Peace Baptist Church H e will correc t your b e havi o r Int erviewing For i f you s in. When yo u trust in God yo u will n o t h ave to put MUS J ClAN In verse 1 God brings c h arges agai n s t th e c it y as a w h o le. H e says tha t th ey are rebellious and polluted (vs. 1). God tells th e m that th ey are .hard head e d ", as we wou ld say. They r e fus e t o fol low God s instructioi1s. Not only are they rebellious, they are polluted. They a r e no yo ur tru s t in m a n or the th ings of the wor ld The p e ople w ho get s p ecif i cally m e ntion e d a re: princes, judges, prophets, and priests. These pegple rep1 :esent the LEADERSHIP of soci e t y. When th e l ea d e r s hip in a soci e ty natio n or country does not practice right eo u s n ess th e Directi<>n.<: (l lill.,horou g h i\vc. Is Your M ain Road) I f you arl' co min & fro m tlw Ea. t ake t o 47th S t n :d, tum r it:hl, lhL" churc h \\'ill h e O il vou r ri1.'hL If \'Otl an..: co m in!.! rro m the We.,! take: llill ,horou h t o -17th Str eet, turn left. thc: will l>e on 11 New Early Morning "At The Brea 7:4SA StartingJanu Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesc:I11Y 7 p.m. Study of the Bible Wednesc:IIIY 7:30 8:30 p.m. Praise & Worship Service 8:30 9 p.m. REVEREND W D SIMS Pastor Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesd11y 7 -8:30 p.m. Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10 a.m. Youth Bible Institute 12 -4 p.m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7-11 p.m. 3708 E. Lake Avenue Tampa, Fl 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmaHhewchurch.com Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com For More Info C all Deacon Henry Porter (813) 928-3835 Rev Dr. W F Leonard Pa s tor Ll FE CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH Worshipping At WESTSIDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E. Shadowlawn, Tampa, FL, 33610 (813) 23S.6706 I O.:.,..,;,,.. Uves Through The Word Of God" Matthew 6 : 33 Perfected Love AGAPE MINISTRIES Church Of God In Christ 5112 N 34t h St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 23AGAPE (232-4273) Sunday School 9:30A.M. SundayMornlngWorship ll:OOA.M. Prayer Tuesday 6:30P.M. Bible Study Tuesday 7:00P.M. New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 south 50th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 813 2426268 Sunday Morning Church School @ 9:30am Sunday Morning Worship @ 11 :OOam Tuesday Night Youth Bible Study @ 6 : 30pm Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7 :00 pm Grace Mary M. B. Church 3901 N. 37th Tampa, FL 33610 Elder Thomas J. Reed, Pastor Presents PACK-A-PEW Everyone Is Invited To Join Us In Our Annual Witness Rally Celebration!! For Family, Friends, Neighbors, Co-Workers, Etc. Juiy 8; 2001 .-it:oo worship In The Word Speaker: BRO. AARON HARRIS T. J. Reed Service Also Jotn us Saturday, July 7, 2007 7th Anual Children & Youth Block Party Theme: It's A Set Up! Now Get Up!-Ephesians 6:10-18 Join Us For Fun & Gan1es For The Community Waterslides, Joust, Boui1cers, Music, Food, Haircuts, Massages By Carla, Mary Kay, RVShow ByLazy Days, Hillsborough Co. Crime Prevention Safety Tips, Blood Pressure Checks, And Much, Much, More! Event Time: 12:004:00P.M. For More Information Email: Gracemaryyouth@yahoo.com Or Call (813) 758-6764 or (813) 629-2244 ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue Tampa, FL (Corner 34th St. & 25th Ave.). Phone: 813-248-3737 Or248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK, Sr. Pastor Email us at stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement "A Church of the inner city reaching out to the community by to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY OUTREACH, INC. 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........ 0 0 C\1 CJi >...I :::::1 ..., > <( c a: u. c a: u. c z < c CJ) w :::::1 1->a: w > w c w :I: CJ) ::J ttl :::::1 a. z i= w ...J ...J :::::1 m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...J u. m I -tAD UJ .c., .. ::( tl. CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH 2101 L<:>we St. Worship Adivties: Early Worship 7:45 A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday First Missionarv Baptist Churc Of Highland Pines 4711 21st Ave REV. CLEVELAND LANE, Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627-03338 College Hill Church Of God In Christ New FriendshiP M.B.Church 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Horning Worship 11 A.M. Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service 7 P.M. 3107 E.laka Ava. 248-4127 Rev. H.l. Daniels, Pastor Weekly Activities SllldaV Ch .. ch School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship Bible Class Evening Worship Wednesday Praver MnUng BlbleSbldV 10:45A.M. 4 :30P.M. 5P.M. 7P.M. 7 :30P.M Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 I Cumu uf H" 301 .\nd llluumingdalc A \C.} 'The Church Whose Doors Are Always Open" Invite You To Attend Our S erv ices : REV. RONALD FORTUNE Pastor Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6:30P.M. Church School Service 9:30A.M. Worship Service llA.M. Bless Th e Lord Oh My Soul And All That Is Within M e " Praise The Lo rd s Holy Name" BROWN MEMORIIIL CHURCH OF GOD IN C"RIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEifl'l WORSHIP SCHEOVlB SUndav Scllool ..... 9:30A.M. Sunclav Morning Worsllip 11A.M. Sundav Evening Wonllip 7:30P.M. Morning Praver (Tuesday Friday) .. 9 A.M. Weclnesclav .Nigllt Wonllip .. 7:30P.M. ,, www.brownmemorlalcoglc.otg ;4 Church Whem The Love Or God Flows And The Ghost Is In Full Control." Temple Crest Church Of Christ JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist SurL Mom. Bible Study 9:30 A.M. Mom. Worship 10:30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Mid Week Bible Study Wed 7:30 P.M. Eve one Welcome ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pastor Early Homing Worship 8 a.m. School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Pastor/Teacher Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. :I!:I!Jiil!.g, Sunday :45 A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday -11 A M Adult Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P.M. Adult Friday Noon-USF Campus A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Acts 1:8 Rom. 1:8, 1 Thes 1:81 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 Early Worship 8 a.m Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Homing Worship 10:45 a.m. For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at 621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service 6:30 p .m. Bible StUdy 7:30 p.m. Brotherhood 1st SaturdiJY Matrons 10 Lm. 1st and 3rd Saturdays Visit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org lnfo@fbcxh.org Past o r ffeac her Church School Sunday 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship Sunday 10 :55 a. IlL Mid-Wee k Service Wednesday 7 p m (Prayer Meeting, Bible Study) "l!.: ,celliJtg TowtlrtfJ::xc : elleiiL 'e" REV. JACOB JORDAN, Pastor WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Earty Homing Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship -11 a.m. Wedneldall Evening Prayer Heeling & Bible Class 7 p.m. Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church 1747 La sa ll e Street Tampa A.. 3307 813-254-5 045 9:30 A. M. Church School 7:45A.M. Worship (Fi r s t S unday Only) 11:00 A. M. Worship Bible Study Wednesda -7 P. M. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Sl REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship S p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! "To Know C/m:u And To Make Chri r 1 KnotN t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W. P .. IIMtto St. 879 REV. ANTHONY GREENE Pastor Sunday School 9:30A.M. Homing Worship 11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. PEOPLE FOR CHRIST "INISTRIES Florida DR. THOMAS L. HADDEN, JIJ Pastu1 On e C luur:h 1 ivo L o rotiun1 Ma in Location* 10511 Main Street *Sunday Sehoul 9:30 a. 111. Morning Worship 11 a. 111. Bibl e Stu d y (We dnesday) 7 p m HuJTicanc Gym* 3715 7th Avenu e East Mornin g Manna 9 a. m. Fo r Trans pm1 atiun, Call (lH3) 986-950 The New Palm River COGIC, Inc. 1304 S. 58th Street, Tampa, Fl 33619 Elder Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody" Early Morning Worship 8-9:30 A.M. Sunday School .............. 9:30 A.M. 11:15 A.M. Morning Servi'ce .................. 11:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Band .................... 7 P .M. Friday YPWW ................................ 7-8 P.M. Friday Pastorial Teaching ....... ; ..... S-9 P.M. OetKon David C Jorden, Deacon Board Chairman Church (8131 621-6764 Home (813)654-1950 Fax i813) t;?'I..EVt;'il Worshipping At Grand Suites Hotel 11310 N. 30th Street Palm Ballrooms 1 & 2 Service Times Sunday School"9 A.M Morning Worship..: 10:30 A.M.

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. CHURCH DIRECTORY Abundant (hul'(h Of God In (h:r-i$! 4125 Nassau St. W. Tampa, FL 33067 (813) 87!>-9077 KAREN BARNES, PASTOR OF OPERATIONS Our Weekly Order Of Service Sunday School 9:30 AM Horning Worship 11:00 AM Intercessory Prayer Monday-Friday 6:00 A.M. Bible Institute Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Corporate Prayer Every 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P.M. "I have come that they might have LIFE ... more ABUNDANT-LY" St. John 10 :10 Come & Hear Ciod's WortJ Ulith Ciod's People AI ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH Tampa, Fl 33605 2709 N. 25!h Sl (at mh A-....). 248-6753 REV. RONALD 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 Wednesdavs 12 p.m. Noon Day Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Prayer And Bible Study Share Box Program Available GREATER BETHEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1207 N Jefferson St., Tampa FL, 33602 (813) 229-1390 I Can Do All Things Through Christ Which Strengtheneth Me. Phi;ippians 4:13 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 School 10 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship a.m Tuesday Night 7:30 p.m . Bible Study 2nd Wednesday Night 7:30p.m. Substance Abuse Ministry Pastor & Founder 3rd Wednesday Night 7:30 pm. Singles Ministry 4th Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Marriage Ministry Thursday Night 7:30 p.m. Worship Services Friday Night 7:30 P.M. Youth Service Saturday Morning 11a.m. Sabbath Service MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPJeasantMB@aol.com ?Itt. PIUU4e 7ec:wt EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM FamilY Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PH-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY DR. C.T. KIRKLAND Pastor Order On Line At Web Sit e Or C all Church WEB S ITE: M tPieasantMBChurch.org St. Mary M. B. Church 39 1 0 W. L a ur e l S tr ee t 8 1 3 872 62 5 4 PASTOR WALL ACE Z BOW ERS Sunday School-9:30A .M. Sunday Morning Wor s hip 11:00 A. M. W ednesday N ight: Prayer M eeting-7:00 P.M. Bihle Study-8:00P.M. Thursda y Noon Da y Prayer Noon to 1 : 00 P.M. REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS, Pastor Early Morning Worship 7:55 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30 A.M Morning Worship-10:55 A. M. Wed., Family Night-7 P.M. Dea. John C. Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons 29th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. (813) 242-4572 Bible School 9:15 A.M. Homing Worship -10:30 A.M. Evening Bible Class -5 P.M. Evening Worship 6 P.M. Community Bible Class Wednesday, 10-11 A.M. Laura Street Church of Christ (34,, ,. S t:a,u 'Uii d U" IACKSON HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 East laura Street MINISTER JAMES T. SUTILE, SR. Plant -< C'c r-< 9'1 1\) 0 0 -....! ..,., r 0 ::0 c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c r rm ::! z "tt c tiJ c: CJ) :I: m c m < m ::0 -< -i c m CJ) c )> z c ..,., ::0 c "0 )> C) m -....! CD

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c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w en :J Ill ::> ll. z i= w ...J ...J ::> Ill I ...J w z i= z w en <( 9 a: 0 ...J LL. ------------. RELIGIOUS -Musical And Benefits Charities, Scholarships BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor With so many of today's churches leaning towards praise teams to open their wor ship service, many of the parishioners don't get to see or hear deacons/stewards lining a hymn in meters. However, if you attend the 2nd Annual Musical Hymn-0-Rama that wi ll be held on Sunday, July 8th a t the New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 2511 E. Columbus Dr. some of those hymns are certain to be lined. Rev. Dr. Walter J. Williams is the host pastor. The event will be hosted by Florida delegation of Deacons DEACON RICHARD BANKS as a prelude to the National vention and its auxiliaries." Baptist Deacons' Convention Proceeds from the musical that will be held July 16-20, will go to the programs of the 2007 in Valley Forge, PA. Nationa l Baptist Deacons Deacon Clarence Fort of Convention. Nearly $30,000 ; New Mt. Zion M B Church is was given in charity and scholFlorida's President. Deacon arships over t h e past year, Richard Banks also of New including more than $7,000 Mt. Zion is the National Vice directly to families who are still President. And, Mrs. Elvira recovering from Hurricane Pinder of First Baptist Church Katrina. of College Hill is National 3rd According to Deacon Fort, Vice President of the Deaconess the organization a lso donates to Auxi l iary. local charities, including the The musica l program starts -Martin Luther King at 4 p. m. According to Deacon Scholarship Fund, Abe Brown Banks, "the musical. is held to Ministries, Pediatric Cancer give more visibility to the con-Center and the Jackie Johnson PRESENTS DEACON CLARENCE FORT Foundation. Scholarships are also given to youth w h o are mem hers of the convention. Deacon Banks added that the convention donates to a UNCF school. This year it's Morris College in South Carolina. And, support is a l so given to Virginia Union. The National Baptist Deacons' Convention of Ameri ca, Inc.--; a nationa l lay movement, was hegun in 1934 in the Washington, D. C./Maryland area to provide leadership to the Christian community. There are affiliates in about 15 states. A GOSPEL MUSICAL AND HYMN-ORAMA CHOIRS, MALE CHORUSES AND HYMNISTSFROM AROUND THE CITY AND STATE! one Dlf At A Till' INVITED First Bapt is t Church ofCollq:e Hill l" Baptist M.B. Church of PV St. John Progressive M.B. Church NeK St. Mc'"ltcK M.B. ._..... HeiW'I New Hope M B. Church Mt. Ple95ant M .B. Church _...,.,... Fin;t Baptist Church Of We s t Tampa St. John M .B. Church (Cl earwa t er) St. Mark M.B. Church -St. Petersburg Mt. Moriah M. B Church (Daytona) Mt. Olive M.B. Church Gr ea ter Friendship M B Church Gospel Music Workshop of America ML Tabor M. B Ch urch New Mt. Zion M. B Church New Friendrhip M. B Church Amazing Grace-Father I Stretch My Hand To Thee -The Hem Of His Garment -He's An On Time God -A Charge to Keep -Praise Is What I Do -And Many Others! FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: DEACON CLARENCE FORT @813-267-0348 Sunday, .July 8, 2007 4:0G-8:30 P.M. New Mt. Zion M.a. Church -2511 East Columbus Drive, Tampa, FL 33805 Reverend Dr. Walter J. Williams, Pastor

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. RELI .GIOUS "T1 ::0 0 )> Boys To Men Youth Prayer Breakfast Planned -< c... c r -< Youth Director D. Leggett and Sis. Kitchen invited the Men of Vision (MOV) of Sligh Middle School to their Youth Day Services on S -unday, 6/24 at Bible Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor L. C. Black and Bro. D. Leggett will be starting a mentoring program for young men in the community to help them with, communication skills, making the right decision, and empower them to make an overall difference in the growing community in which they live Bible Missionary Baptist Church, located at 4605 35th Street, Tampa, will host a Boys To Men Youth Prayer Rev. L. C. Black, Pastor, Mrs. S. Black, First Lady, D. Leggett, Youth Director, and Ross Anderson, MOV Sponsor-Teacher at Sligh Middle School. Front row from left to right: Men of Vision members D. Danzey, T. Stewart, D. Iverson, C. Diaz, G. Ellis, S. Maas, M. Leggett and D. Reddick. Back row: R. Danzey, R. Barrett, D. Danzey, D. Wright and ,J. Marshall. These men were elegantly dressed as they attended the 8th Grade Dance at A La Carte Event Pavilion in May. Front row, left to right: D. Danzey, Sergeant-at-Arms, F. Ellis, Historian, K. Forkouh, R .. Barrett, H. Thomas, D. Danzey, S. Gregory, D. Wright, T. Belmont, Treasurer; J. Harris, Ross Anderson, Sponsor. Back row, T. Stewart, G. Ellis, T. Sutton, S. Smith, C. Diaz, Secretary; A. Snead, D. Robinson, C. Biscardi, President; and D. Davis. Breakfast on August 11, 2007 at 9 a.m. the Boys to Men Youth Prayer Breakfast. He will be speaking on the following issues: Old School Verses New School, Educating/Communicating with our en Youth, Personal Develop-!\) Ross Anderson, Men of Vision (MOV) Sponsor at Sligh Middle School, will be one of the guest speakers at ment along with Community o 0 Involvement. """' Everyone i s invited attend. For more information, please call 813-234-1374 Kingdom Gala 2007 A NIGHT WITH THE KING 13 7:45p.m. "SCHOLARS! !! PS J/1/LL BE IV.-IRDED" TuesdayThursday Breakout Sessions Mornin g G lot y 9 :15-9 :-15 a m. ELDER JOEL H. HOWELL Registration and Break* 9:45-10 a. m. The Order of the Church* 10-11 a.m. The Divine Relationship(?! th e Bride and H e r Groom DR. ANN EVANS and Deliverance 1110a.m.-12p.m. APOSTLE STEVEN D. DAVIS Prophetic lntercessoin 12: 10 -1 p. m. PROPHETESS VALERIE R. DAVIS Friday Breakout Session Morning Glory 9:15-9:-15 a m. CHIEF APOSTLE JAMES H. HOWELL Presiding Prelate His Power to Get Wealth Entrepreneur Forum 10 a. m ELDER JOEL H. HOWELL APOSTLE STEVEN D. DAVIS Registration and Break 9:45 -10 a m. Youth Ministry Breakout 10 a m Daily 1 Conference Workshop Hotel Headquarters Cro\)'ne Plaza Hotel-Sabat Park 10221 Princess Pam Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 PASTOR MARZETTA HOWELL PROPHETESS VALERIER DAVIS (813) 623-6363 Room Rates $109 APOSTLE ROBBIE BAXTER APOSTLE STEVEN D DAVIS (Up To 4 People Per Room) BISHOP MARCUS WHITE ELDER JOEL H HOWELL WORSHIP LEADER BISHOP WILBERT RANDALL SIS. JANICE NUNNNELSON GUEST PSALMIST DR. ANN EVANS "T1 r 0 JJ 0 )> (J) m z :::! z m r I OJ c r r m :j z "'C c I:D c (J) :I: m c m < m JJ -< c: m (J) c )> -< )> z c "T1 JJ c )> -< ""0 )> G') m tO I I:D

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. RE UNION . Excursion Highlights 42nd Class Reunion Members of the Middleton High School graduating class of 1965 will have a difficult time topping their class reunion in the future. This year, in celebration of their 42nd Class Reunion, the Tigers traveled to Georgia for an Atlanta Excursion, hosted by class members living in that city. The hosts were the Honorable Judge Barbara J. Mobley-Savage, Chairperson; Carnella Stewart, Robert Blount, Gloria Jennings Blount, Carolyn Figgers West, Robert Nunn, Celestine Robbins Pratt, and Josephine Allen McLeod. Diane Lewis Friday, (AL), and Sandra Gatlin o """ Lovelace. Other classm a t es includ ed: Mary Johnson Bowden, Frances Thacker Williams, Albert Williams, Melvin Don Nelson, Constance Rogers, Shelah Stephens Watkins, Shirley White McCullough, Annie Bailey Thornton, Patricia Williams, Jacqueline Stone Cress, Russell K. Cress, Margaret Jenkins Butler, Mable Leslie Hamilton, Peggy J o Peel, Constance Boone Shaw, Jacqueline Shaw Johnson, Richard Johnson, Margie Mitchell Dixon, and Alberta Reed. The event was held on Memorial Day Weekend, May 25-27. On Friday, Atlanta native, Judy Nelson Hollis greeted the attendees and escorted them to the Georgia Aquarium where they enjoyed their evening meal. Some of the participants in the Middleton High School Class of 1965 Reunion shown in this photograph are: the Honorable Judge Barbara J. Mobley-Savage, Carnella Stewart, Robert Blount, Gloria Jennings Blount, and Carolyn Figgers West. Robert Nunn is seated. They were joined by Vera Singletary Luckey, Earl J. Luckey, Stella Larry Profit, Leroy Tillman, Adam "TI Jefferson Richardson, (VA), r-Connie Richardson, (VA), 0 JJ Elder James L. Savage, Jr., 0 During the dinner, Altamarie Burroughs accepted an award for aunt, Mrs. Altamese Purify Hamilton, one of the teachers at Middleton. The Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Social Change was the starting point for Saturday The group lunched at Stone Mountain Park, (catered by Maxwell McDowell) listened to music by Dance Master Kim Armstrong. The banquet was held at the historic Blue Willow Inn Restaurant in Social Circle, GA. Bishop Adam Jefferson Richardson, Jr., delivering the sermon at Saint Phillip AME Church, on Sunday. The CALL NOW PRE-APPROVAL {813) 621 4912 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. TAMPA group honored their fallen classmates at that time. Attending the reunion were: Tampa Chairman John Jackson, Lillie Roberson Haley, Calli Roberson, Cassandra Nunn Tucker, Apolonia Mendoza, Luz Miro Simmons (SC), Marina Bodden Pilcher, Hours: Mon-Fri. Sat. 9A.M.SP.M. Freddie West Hudson, Rosa Beamon Dorn, Billy Christmas, Jewel Beamon Christmas, Margaret Brown Brookins, Cosette Green Whitmore, Jimmy Williams (TX), Lester Vickers, (TX), Carol Shannon Dorsey, LaRue Dorsey, Gloria Sterrex, Cynthia Dupree Daniels; J> Otis Daniels, Chico en Paniels, Andre Moses m z White, Joyce Dupree :::! White, Cathy Gardner, Z Alton McCullough, Anthony Shola Lewis, OJ MaryAnne Donnelly, Tim C: Goff, and Caricaturist Fitzroy James. z ., c: aJ r-(i) X m c m < m JJ -< -f c: m en c l> z c ., JJ c '96 CHEVY LUMINA 'W.A.C. & TTT -1:1> 0 -t % HILLSBOROUGH AVE. ;-o t NEXT TO FAMILY DOLLAR BETWEEN 50TH ST. & 40TH ST. Visit Our Website: www.bondautoeastshowauto.com ...... ...... I CD

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Speaker Encourages Everyone To 'Wake Up And Kiss Excellence' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Motivational speaker Donald Dowridge has a message. "Each day allowed, wake up and kiss excellence as you strive for excellence." Dowridge sometimes becomes disenchanted with what he sees around him, and tries his best to make a difference in the lives of people, especially young men and chil dren Sometimes, I can't help but think about the babies who are lying in a nursery and have no idea what type of family they will go into. Will that baby have ties into a well to do fami ly that will love him/her and guide them with a skillful hand? "Or, will the picture be twisted where that same infant will C find itself in a family where a: they will be abused and treated U.. as a refugee? I have a heart in C this scenario, because I'm a product of the latter > Dowridge said the person w c w ::c en :::J m ::::) a. z ffi .... .... ::::) m ...:. w z t= z w en c( c a: 0 .... u.. m I N ,... w G 2001 Toyota Corolla LE AUTO, PW, PL, CRUISE $6,995 Maryland doorstep as infants to find ourselves sep arated and not knowing each other until DONALD some 20 years DOWRIDGE later. "I was moved from foster home to foster home. There was no instance of a positive role model for me to pattern myself after Each adult figure in my life was bent on bringing destruction to my self worth, esteem, respect, endurance, future, manhood and education Dowridge said later on in life when he became involved with a gang called the Black Spades, he joined the U. S. Army, and that began his evo lution. "I wasn't ready for the change, but God had another plan for me. "Now, I wonder how many of our prisons, streets, allies and other areas are filled with peo ple who were left on a doorstep and never found their way? Dowridge said each one of us knows someone who has allowed their environment to get the best of them 2005 Dodge Caravan SE AUTO, A/C $11,995 LOCAL Walking The Beat BY JULIA JACKSON BET co-founder, Shelia Johnson last week purchased one of the Bay area's most prestigious resorts, Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbor for $35 million How or do you think this purchase will affect the Tampa Bay MILLIE RUST area? Port Tampa Resident RON DAVIS Tampa Palms Resident Liberty Insurance Agent "I expect the Bay Area should now see the potential that his purchase can increase jobs for the unemployed. Hats off to Mrs. Johnson!!:" 2001 Chevrol Blazer LS 4x4, AUTO $7,995 "Wow! Tampa is really on the map. High power, influen tial people as Mrs. Johnson coming to Innisbrook says a lot by itself." RALPH LARUREN (Retired) Ybor City Resident "Well, I don't really see any more happening for African Americans than what we see now -fewer jobs. Why not come directly into Tampa and pour money in the lower income areas." 2005 Toyota Prius AUTO, GREAT GAS MILEAGE! $18,795 TODD WALKER East Tampa Resident I think this is such great and exciting news to know that Donald Trump is not the only one that can come in and build and make prog r ess in our city. Now we have BET, senior power coming to the town. I say, 'Watch Out, Move Over, Trump'!!" LISA DAVIS East Tampa Resident "It doesn't matter to me because I don't or never have played golf, nor do I have an interest. But, more power to Lady Johnson. She definite ly has the money and power." FELIX WALTERS Sales Manager 2004 Hyundai Sonata V6, LOW MILES! $9,995

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RECIPES With its warmer weather and longer days, summer is synonymous with outdoor gatherings-whether it's a formal get-together or a weekriight BBQ with family and friends, enjoy yourself with good eats and a few sweet treats. Steo.f 2 pounds flank or skirt steak 3/4 cup Jose Cuervo Golden Margarita 114 cup olive oil 1 tablespoon steak seasoning 1 to 2 teaspoons hot sauce 114 cup chopped fresh cilantro DIRECTIONS: Mix all ingredients in 1 gallon resealable storage bag and refrigerate at least 12 hours. Remove steak, shake off excess seasoning and grill 5 to 7 minutes per side; test for doneness. > . 'f/ &o\den Sunse1 2 cups Jose Cuervo Golden Margarita 2 scoops orange sherbet 1 cup champagne 1 splash grenadine DIRECTIONS: Place margarita sherbet and champagne in Magic Bullet and mix. Pour and garnish with a splash of grenadine 1-5\and Chicke, 112 cup Jose Cuervo Golden Margarita 1 tablespoon chicken seasoning 2 tablespoons teriyaki sauce 1 can chunk pineapple, drained 1 pound chicken breasts cut into strips 2 to 3 tablespoons oil 1 red pepper, cut into 1/2-inch squares 1 green pepper, cut in 1/2-inch squares 1 small onion, chopped in Magic Bullet 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1 16-ounce bag egg noodles, prepared according to package DIRECTIONS: Place margarita, chicken seasoning teriyaki pineapple juice and chicken in gallon resealable bag. Refrigerate chicken marinade 2 to 4 hours. Take chicken out and reserve marinade. Place oil in large skillet and saute chicken on high heat until browned. Remove and set aside. Saute and pineapple 3 minutes add more oil if needed. Add cornstarch to reserved marinade and add to pan. Simmer until it starts to thicken. Return chicken to skillet and heat thoroughly. 0 ..... 0 A T P U B L I X S A V I N G I S P A R T 0 F T H E P L E A S u R E 1l' 2 0. ... .:fl. ) .:.{ 499 -Top Sirloin Steak........ lb Athena . 2F3 oo Cantaloupe.......... .... .... 4.99 Publix Premium Certif1Gd f3egf, USDA Choice, Beef Loin SAVE UP TO 2.00 LB 20 Piece Hot & Spicy Wings ... 7.69 Breaded or Non-Breaded, Fried in Trans fat Free Oil, Hot or Mild, Also Available Freshly Chilled, each box SAVE UP TO .30 A Good Source of Folate, gach SAVE UP TO 2.98 ON 2 Graham Crackgr Crust Filled With Tangy LGmon Filling and Topped With S Noot Fluffy Meringue, Catfish Fillets-............ 4.69ftl Fresh, Farm-Raised (INith Lemon Herb or Cajun Seasoning ... lb 4.99) SAVE UP TO .30 LB Frc:m the Publix BakGry, 34-oz size SAVE UP TO 1.50 12-Pack Michelob Ultra Beer 899 Or Michelcb or Michglob Light, 12-oz Ciln or b::>tor Micnelob Ultra Amber or Michelob Amber Bock, 12-oz bot (12-Pack Keystone Ught Beer, 12-ez Ciln ... 5. 79) SAVE UP TO 1.00 :.:-:::.:. ..:'. . . Doritos suv ONEF. REE Tortilla Chips .. crJE Assorted Varieties, 13-oz bag (Excluding Baked!, Ught, and Natural Chips.) (Umit two deals on selected advertised varieties.) SAVE UP TO 3.49 !2 Prices effective Thursday, July 5 through Wednesday, July 11, 2007. Only in the Following Counties : Sumter, Pasco. Lake, Hemando. Citrus, Polk and Osc-eola Prices not effective at Publix Saber. Oua_ntity Rights ReseJVed. W H E A E S H 0 P P I N G I s A P L E A S U R E. w w w p u b I i x c o m I a d s ]J 0 c.. c m 1\) 0 0 ""-.1 "T1 r-0 ::D 0 )> (J) m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c rrm ::! z "'C c OJ rCJ) :::t m 0 m < m ::D -< c m (J) 0 )> z 0 "T1 ]J 0 ..... U1 I OJ

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. CLUB SCENE KLUB Scene BYFLAVA P.O. BOX 172415 Tampa, FL 33672..0415 (866) 909-2929 MySpace.com/KiubSceneThaJumpOff Janus Landing T-Pain will be performing live at Janus Landing on July 20th. Hurry, tickets are going fast. Jahfari is keeping it krunk. The Forum Beyonce will be live on July 21st at The St. Pete Times Forum. Also on the set is Robin Thicke. Club 112 It's going down! July 8th, Bullock celeb birthday bash on and will be off the chain. FREE admission for the ladies until 12. FREE drinks, compliments of Bullock until 12, too Fabolous Phat Friday After Work Happy Hour Party ev-ery week. Studio, Inc. Pat B.'s celeb birthday party is 7/20. Come and check out why Studio, Inc and Blazen Ent. are the #1 urban promoters and trendsetters in the Bay. It's FREE for all until 12 and females drink FREE until12. Manilla You know how they do it. Club Manilla is where the real bailers ball! Underground Sizzlin hot Saturday all summer long Get@Me ... FLAVA DON And MR. And MRS. FOREVER @The Underground Hip Hop 411 CEO, Darryl and Host, Pinche. RAPPER TAMPA G. MANNAndD @The Underground RAPPER CRAZY And THE 813 BOYZ THE ARTICLE SELECT A And D. J. BABY SAM @MANILLA JOAN And MARY @ Studio Inc. 3402 N. 34th Street 247 Specializing In Curls, Perms Cuts & Color, Press & Curl, Hair Weaving For The Entire Family Walk-Ins Wlelcome 'T1 :IJ c )> -< c.. c r -< (j) 1'\) 0 0 ...... "T'I r 0 lJ c )> CJ) m z ::::! z m r I III c r r m :j z "0 c OJ r u; :I: m c m < m lJ -< -i c m CJ) c )> -< )> z c "T'I lJ c )> -< "0 )> C) m ...... CD I OJ

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" 0 0 C\1 IIi >..J ::> -, > <( c a: LL. > <( c a: LL. c z <( ><( c CJ) w ::> .... > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) ::::i m ::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m I ..J w z i= z w cn <( c a: 0 ..J LL. m I 0 C\1 w (!) <( a. . ENTE RTAINMENT Foxy Brown's Ex-Boyfriend And Alleged Pimp. Wanted Police are still looking for the man they believe orchestrated the alleged prostitute beatdown of rap star Foxy Brown. According to the New York Daily N e ws authorities are looking to question 33-year old Timothy Collier about his involvement in the assault, which took place June 23rd at a Brooklyn h ousing project According to reports, Foxy broke up with Collier that night after finding out he was a pimp. ln apparent retaliation, he allegedly got his prostitutes to jump the Ill N a N a and take off with her Louis Vuitton purse, credit cards, $500 in cash and hearing aid -not to mention chunks of her hair weave. Police claim Brown identi fied one of her female attackers as 23-year old Roshawn Anthony. She was arrested and charged with assault, FOXY BROWN. but her stay at Rikers Island in lieu of$50,000 bail was short-lived, as Brown suddenly denied the altercation took place and refused to cooperate with a grand jury seeking an indictment against Anthony. Meanwhile, an arrest warrant was issued for Collier on June 6 by NY's State Division of Parole after he missed two meetings with his parole. officer following his release from prison. Russell And Kimora Reunite For Charity Event RUSSELL SIMMONS And KIM ORA LEE SIMMONS Ex's Russell Simmons and Kimora Lee Simmons will come together to co-host Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation's annual "Art for Life" gala on July 28 at the East Hampton estate they still co-own, reports the New York Daily News. Auction items will be donated by such designers as Rachel Roy, Lorraine Schwartz and Giuseppe Zanotti to raise money for programs that expose the arts to inner city kids in New York Shortly after the event, The Style Network will unveil "Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane," the fashionista's new reality show that follows her life as CEO of the global brand Baby Phat, being a mom to two little girls, and hosting and attending VIP events. Premiering Sunday, Aug . 5, at 8 p m. ET/PT, the show offers viewers an exclusive look behind the closed door s of Kimora's fashion empire and her home life. The one-hour premiere episode goes inside the Baby Phat offices to witness the process behind creating a major new adv ertisi ng c a m paign from initial conc epts to the' final shoot in LA Viewers also have an opportunity to sit in on a meeting with Kimora and executiv es from Mattei regarding a Kimora Lee Simmons Ba r bi e doll in d e v e l opment. Hi-Five Singer Died From Huffing Freon An official cause of death '='=""" has been announced for Tony Thompson, the 31-year-old singer from R&B group Hi Five whose body was discovered June 1 in his hometown ofWaco, Texas. An autopsy report obtained by the Waco Tribune-Herald shows Thompson died from inhaling toxic levels of Freon, a hydrocarbon used mainly in air conditioners refrigerators and a erosol propellants. When huffing" or inhaling at high levels -it also produces a feeling of intoxication. In the autopsy report released June 29th from Dr. Reade A. Quinton, a medical examiner at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas, Tex, Thompson's death was caused by "toxic effects of chlorodifluoromethane The autopsy also showed that his bloodstream contained small amounts of methadone, a synthetic narcotic used to treat drug addic tion. However, no alcohol or illegal drugs were discovered in his system. According to the report, Thompson had a history of TONY THOMPSON huffing Freon directly from air-conditioning units in use. Waco police spokesman Steve Anderson said Thompson apparently had taken the cap from the valve that attached the Freon to the air-conditioning unit, which resembles a stem on a bicycle.tire. He had something to depress the valve and some type of pipe from which he was inhaling the Freon, Anderson said. Thompson's body was found near an air-conditioning unit outside an East Waco apartment complex Ciara, 50 Cent Have Some Explaining To Do Y es, there are rampant rumors that 50 Cent and Ciara are a couple, based on their steamy performance in her new video for their single, Can t Leave 'Em Alone." But the two have come forward separate ly to address oth e r issu e s l e ft hanging following their p erformance s last Tuesday at the BET Awards Folks w ere qu estioning the meaning behind the "25? emblaz oned on the back o f a robe thrown Ciara at the end o f h e r p erform a nce. Som e have s u ggeste d 1 it w a s a r e f e r ence to h e r rumo r e d bo yfriend 50 Cent, with "25" meant t o indicat e h e r h alf of their r elationship. Others have said the "25 was a nod to the j erse y numb e r of her othe r rumore d fla m e N e w Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush. B a ck s t a g e at the a w ards show Ciara ex pl aine d tha t 25?" was a t o n g u e -in-ch ee k response to h e r las t place slo t on "BET's Top 25 Dancers of All Time special, where she was beat e n by the likes of Diddy (24), Big Daddy Kane (23) and e v e n Missy Elliott ( 20). ' I don't know if you've see n the Top 25 Dancers count-. down on BET; I acknowledge d that," she told reporters back s t age. Meanwhile, viewers of 50 Cent's performance were ClARA And 50 CENT l eft puz zl e d afte r h e k ept sil ent during the fir s t ve rse of "Amuse.,nent Parh" and instead c hose to curse and walk throug h crowd giving pound s to various artis t s The black blogosphe r e e tupte d with the ori e s about what w ent wrong -from 50 forgetting his words, to a teleprompte r breakdown, to an Ashlee Simpson-like lip synching malfunction. But 50 s e t the record straight during an appearance days l ater on BET's 106 & Parh. What had happened was -50 was n early knock e d off of his d e scending platform at the start of hi s p erformance by either a trapeze, or one of the dancers hanging from a nearby trapeze The near fall off the perch got him r attle d and thre w off his concentration, he told "106 & Park's" Rocsi and Terrence.

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ENTERTAINMENT Prince's Free Album Causes Storan With Retailers LONDON --Prince i s to giv e away his new album for free with a British tabloi d newspaper before its official launch, in a move that has caused dismay among music retailers. Prince's new 10-track CD "Plane t Earth" will be include d with an upcoming Mail on Sunday, the newspaper' s managing director, Stephen Miron, s aid The album is not schedul e d to go on sale until July 24 "No one has. done this PRINCE b efore We hav e alway s given away CDs and DVDs, but this is just setting a new mus ic," Quirk told a mus ic level .'' Miron said. conference in London on Paul Quirk, co-chairman Thursday of the Entertainment The practice of "coverRetailers Association, said mounts," where newspapers Prince's_ decision "beggars strive to lure readers with belief. DVDs and is used "The Artist formerly widely in the industry at a known as Prince should time when many newspaknow that with behavior pers are struggling to keep like this he will soon be the readers amid the distracArti s t Formerly Available in tions of online new's. and Record Stores," h e said, entertainment. referring to a period in the Miron declined to say 1990s when the funk s t a r, ho w many a9dition a l copi es born -Prince Rogers were planned q_y the news Nelson, 'fAm o usly."'sto p p e d "paper; whose circulation i s u si n g hi s normall y around 2 3 niillion to allc.those copies, or how much the r ecor d s t o r es whoh ave s u p -M ail o n Sunday h a d p aid to p o rtPd Prince throu g hout secure t h e deal with hi s c:.rreel.It i s yet. another Prince .. d amag_in g Prince's n e w album covei:'rii' ot:u1 : c'tiltlire which i s comes before a run of 21 :a11y: perc e ption of .concerts. he will play in : r e .corded London this autumn. '" _..,,I o More Cast Changes At "Boston Legal" TARAJI P. HENSON LOS ANGELES "Hustle & Flow" co-star Taraji P. Henson is joining the cast of David E. Kelley's legal comedydrama "Boston Legat" as a Additionally ; former regulars Mark Valley __ and Rene Auberjonois will return for multiple episodes on the ABC series' upcoming fourth season. Henson next stars opposite Don Cheadle iri Talh toMe." Cassidy Free And Behind 'B.A.R.S.' Philly rapper Cassidy's strengthene d faith in God is on full di s play in his new album "The Barr:y Adrien Re e s e Story (B.A.R.S.) features material that credits the good Lord for bringing him through a year in jail, as well as a car accident that left him with serious injuries. "When I was going through problems, from going to jail to the accident, even though I had money, r had power, respect and friends, no one showed up and the only thing that h elped me was my faith," CASSIDY Cassidy tells Billboard com. laced Leaning On the Lord's "I was so worried about what Side," was a. song Cassidy lawyer I was going to hire used to sing during church and what judge will handle services in prison my but when I read the The sol)g had "a chorus that scripture, which says it's bet-said 'leaning qn the Lord' s ter to trust in the Lord than side ,' and so when I got out, I to put confidence in man, I asked Angie if she could help knew J was going to win and me bring the song to life," he get through it with the Lord tells Billboard.com on my side -. Other guest stars on the B.A.R S ," due Sept. 18 via album include John Legend, Full Surface/J Records, may Beanie Sig,el; Fabolous be full of spirituality, but Bo:rie T -hugs-N-Harmon:y, says it should not be Eve and 'Rell: Production is mistaken for a gospel record. provide(L by Swizz Beatz, "It s not church music-it's Neo D1i:' Matrix, Scott just street song s he insists Storch, Timbal.and and On e t rack the Angie Stone-Cool and LA TAM At The CENTRO ASTURIANO RESTAURANT 1913 N Nebraska Avenue (comer of Palm & Nebraska) Historic Ybor City Tampa, FL 9 P.M. until 1 A.M. 21 & Older $10 Cover Dress To IMPRESS $3 Drink Specials AU Night! Win Exciting Prizes! Finally, a pleasurable and exciting place to get together with old friends and meet some new ones Partv to your favorite old skool m usic .. Cash bar, celebration cake & drawings for FREE door prizes!! INVITE ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS FOR A SHO' GOOD TIME!! FREE FOOD!! ON SITE PHOTOGRAPHER' ' Pre-Arranged Group Accommodations Avaihtblc For Ev.ent lnformation Coritact HERMAN MARR @ 237.;,2320 "T1 :JJ 0 l> -< c.. c .-< 1\J 0 0 -..J 'T1 .-0 :!!. c (J) m z -1 z m .-1 Ill C .-. .m :::! z ""t:J' c 'OJ c: ,en ::I: m C m < m :JJ -< -1 c m (J) c l> -< l> z c 'T1 :JJ c l> .-<

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"' 0 0 C\1 ENTERTAINMENT (f) > ...J :::> ...., > LOS ANGELES -star Richard Roundtree is cruising into Speed Racer," a live-action adaptation of the 1960s car toon. The Warner Bros. project, from "Matrix" creators Larry and Andy Wachowski, centers on young race car driver Speed (Emile Hirsch) and his quest for glory in his thundering, gadget-laden Mach 5. Roundtree will play Ben Burns, a racer-turned-commentator who is an icon to the fans and a hero to Speed. The cast also includes Matthew Fox, Christina Ricci, Susan Sarandon and John Goodman. Shooting is underway in Berlin. After wrapping "Speed," RICHARD ROUNDTREE Roundtree will join Vivica A. Fox in the national tour of the play "Whatever She Wants." He is best known for playing John Shaft, the title character in the 1971 movie about a "black private dick that's a sex to all the chicks." < c a: LL. c z < > < c en w :::> 1-Cheadle Having Trouble With Miles Davis Research > a: w > w c w l: en ::; Dl :::> Actor Don Cheadle says he's having a hard time trying to find out any information about the personal life of Mile' s Davis, the jazz icon he will portray on the big screen in a forthcoming biopic. The Oscar nominee soon found out that he knew D. more about the late trumpet player through research than his own family mem...J hers, who barely saw the reclusivestar. ..J "I asked them about parts of his life and they don't i= have any idea. ffi They don't know what was en going on," he tells WENN. < "Miles Davis lived in a c a: house on the Upper West 0 Side in New York-in this ...J LL. converted church for five years and they said, 'There were days when we'd come to see him and he wouldn't let us in.' "I ended up with the soup MILES DAVIS And DON CHEADLE of the person and who that person was spiritually ... What his wife said, what his ex-wife said, what his girlfriend says, the nephew says, the son says, there are all these different perspectives on this one person." Even Cheadle's attempt to pour through old Davis interviews for insight didn't help. He adds: "[Davis] would tell a long story and the guy said, 'That's amazing. Did that really happen?' and he'd say, 'I don't f**kin' know."' Subscribe rroday! ., Dl I C\1 C\1 w ({The 'U>ice of Our Community Speaking for Itself'' < D. Call: (813) 248-1921 Rapper T.l. Battles T.I.P. On New CD ATLANTA -If the ailing hip-hop is in need of a savior, it may have found the perfect superhero in T.l. The self-proclaimed "King of the South" has already proven he's up to the challenge, outselling the likes of J ay-Z and Ludacris to own last year' s top-selling rap album with "King." But like most superheros, T.I. is a conflicted soul, battling an alter-ego and demons that sometimes make it difficult for him to complete his mission. Last year, as he was reaching his peak, the killing of a friend and other troubles had him on the verge of quitting -until he realized he had a public duty to answer hip-hop's SOS call. Wilson Celebrates 70th With Concert NEW YORK--Nancy Wilson is hardly the retiring type, even though she is trying to spend more time with her grandchildren these Last year, the singer retired from touring, but she continues to perform occasionally and to record -her last album, "Turned to Blue," won the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album earlier t4,is year. On Friday night, she found herself sharing the Carnegie Hall stage with many old friends-including three of the top vocalists on the current jazz scene, Nnenna Freelon, Dianne Reeves and Kurt Elling for a concert called "Nancy Wilson's Swinging 70th Birthday Party," a highlight of this year's JVC Jazz "The hip-hop industry is at a state of emergency, and it would've been really selfish for me to leave. If I ain't doing it, no one will be doing it the right way," he says. "It's all about continuing a movement," the 26-yearold adds. "Hey, with me around, it's definitely not through." NANCY WILSON. Festival. "It's really fine to let everyone knqw what 70 can be," said Wilson, whose birthday actually was Feb. 20. "It doesn't get much better than this. Mter Freelon spiritedly swung her way through "They Can't Take That Away From Me," the younger singer took the opportunity to thank Wilson for mentoring her years ago, calling her "an angel in my life." Turning to the svelte, sil ver-haired Wilson, she quipped, "If this is what 70 is all about, I can't wait."

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ALL MY CHILDREN: Jos h set out to help Greenlee get over her obsession with Ryan but stopped short of making love, although Greenlee opted to let Ryan Annie think they':e having an affair Sean prevented Barbara from e xpostng Enca and Jacks Lily had a tough time dealing with the fact that Jonathan and Ava are havtng sex. Commg : JR tries to avert a personal dis aster GENERAL HOSPITAL : NIGHT SHIFT : G e n eral Hospital was h i t by an explosion tha t left Patrick injured and_ Robin w ith the tas k o f keeping attractive overeag e r nurses away fro m his bedside. Police Commission e r Mac Scorpio Max ie's father, c a ught h e r in a compromising position with Coop Coming: P atric k b ecome s too much of a hit with the ladies. AS THE WORLD TURNS: After tying Jade and Gwen to the railroad tracks C leo dis guised herself as Gwen, but Will, w h o had been freed by Maddie, saw through her sham. Jade freed herself Will saved Gwen, and as Gwen gave a stellar performance Cleo was led off to jail. Coming: Alison seeks a sour c e of comfort BOlD AND BEAUTIFUL: B rooke got home after waking up in her car and was shocked to find the k ids alone When Dorothy a worker from Child Protective Services (and a friend of Stephanie}, became involved, evidence from the bar pointed suspicion of neglect on Brooke After Hope and RJ accidentally started a f ire with Nick s lighter, Dorothy had Ridge take the kids for the night but when he refused to give the child ren back to Brooke she became hysterical. Coming : Brooke is in danger of losing what she loves most. GUIDING LIGHT: Josh told Ric k that Alan is the real father of Beth s baby but k ept Cassie's role in the s witch a s ecret. A stunn e d Rick didn't appear r eady to t ell B eth. Released from the hospital, Dinah suffered mental confus ion but wasn' t able t o confid e in Mallet. Terri, the IRS agent, demanded $100, 000 in cash from Cyrus or else s h e'll deport h i m Alex walked in just as Cyrus got hold of her pearls. Coming : Harley considers an offer concerning Rate from an unlikely source DAYS OF OUR LIVES: An agitated Grandpa Shawn went to Ireland where he recalled events from his childhood Bo and Hope arrived to bring him home, prompting a cryptic comment from Shawn that at least Hope didn't kill her loved one. Surprised by Tony's lack of passion during their kiss Anna stated to Roman that Tony is an i mposter. Steve saved EJ' s life after Tony had rigged a device to blast EJ if anyone opened the door o f the safe house. Coming: Is EJ really a friend, or foe? ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Jess ica and Nash were married before she underwent another transplant with David the unlikely liver donor who could save Jessica's life Clint had to pay the price when David demanded $10 million in return for undergoing surgery. Furious to learn of David's blackmail and his deal w ith Asa, Bo ultimately decided to leave Asa alone aware that jail would kill him. Coming: Evidence points to Tate PASSIONS: Possessed by demons Gwen almost killed Theresa but stopped when she heard Ethan's voice, and afterward didn t remember what happened When Gwen and Rebecca finally located JT's USB stick they were ecstatic just waiting for the right moment to bring down Theresa. Fancy decided it's time to tell Luis the truth about her sister, Pretty Coming: Will Theresa be able to keep Gwen from ruining her life? GENERAL HOSPITAL: At odds w ith Elizabeth over his arresting Jason for jumping bail (and after Elizabeth used his badge to visit Jason in Lucky asked his point blank if she is in love with Jason When Patrick and Robtn defted Russell by operattng on an indi gent patient they were assigned to a weekly night shift in the ER. Coming: .Sam wants to make others pay for her misfortunes YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Kev i n lured Jana into meeting h i m and overpowered her IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK ... friends and relatives will require active participation with group or family events. Expect loved ones to respond positively to new social invitations, team decisions or home changes. After several months of inward thought and nostalgic sentiments, others are prepared to more fully commit to present day relationships. Watch for social, and romanti'c optimism to continue over the summer and autumn months. CANCER (June 22-July 22) Fin a n c i a l negoti a tions will work to y oUI a dvantage E xpec t k e y off i cial s t o provide correct documents valid agree ments o r timely permissi o ns. Loan applications gov ernment appr ova l o r l e gal settle m e nts m ay all be a t issue. Final ize all outs t a n ding p a per w or k and wa tch for exp a nding opti o ns. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). W o r k pl ace diff e r e n ces w ill b e easily res o l v ed. E x p ect rec e ntl y disgruntl e d colleag ues t o adopt a new a ttitud e of inclus ion and cr e ativity. Don t lin g er o n past d e t ails o r ongoing mistakes At p rese nt pr i d e and publi c r e put ? tion are a s t rong concern for co-wor k ers VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). E x p e ct lo v ed ones to ask for increased patience and s upport. A re a s affected may in c lude repeated romantic pattern s contro v e r s i a l behaviors bet w een frie n ds or lifestyl e choice s Discuss all recent social eve nt s with c l ose r e l atives o r trusted fri e nds. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23) Bus ine ss d iffer ences wil l briefly int en s ify E x p ect long-term collea g u e s to chall e ng e the n eeds o r policie s of key off i cials Although tensions may b e high new employ ment options and rare promotion s will arrive ; res pond quickly to all wo r kplace invitations SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22). Minor health concerns affecting the lower back, intestines or stomach may require attention Adjus t sleep patterns and exercise regimes accordingly Increased rest or physical activ i ty will greatly improve stamina, confidence and social awareness Listen and respond to the wisdom of the body. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Romantic proposals and quick invitations will offer creative distraction Make extra time for group participation, unique forms of entertainment and planned celebrations Loved ones may need to explore fresh ideas for stress release or comfort Remain flexible and expect rapid social changes. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). A complex social triangle demands response. Defend your ideas and emotional choices; this i s not the right time to ignore challenges from others or adopt a passive role in group discussions. Workplace differences can be easily resolved through open negotiations AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19) A friend or trusted co worker may reveal private information. Romantic encounters, past social alliances or mildly unethical triangles may all be accented Rema i n silent and gain valuable insight. Unusual workplace politics or a rare job ass i gnment may trigger a need for pr i vate discretion PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). Take extra time deciding complex family or social issues Someone close may need to rely on your wisdom, group awareness and ability to act as mediator Private messages, reputation and silent approval may also be strong influ ences. Encourage active debate study all new information ARIES (March 21-April 20). Listen closely to the needs of key officials Authority figures may be critical of creative ideas and new suggestions. Workplace restriction, low funding or time sensitive projects may inspire moodiness or doubt. Remain detached if pos sible, and wait for revised instructions. TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Group invitations may provide unique opportunities for romance Quiet flirtations will escalate toward public displays of passion. Accept all new relationships a._ genuine and sincere. Planetary alignments indicate potential lovers are willing to express their deepest feelings and long-term romantic i deals GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Close friends and family members are quietly nostalgic. For many Geminis, intimate relationships will demand vital decisions concern!Jlg outdated priorities and vague obligations expectati o ns need to be realigned. Wait however for loved ones to resolve private regrets and ongoing fam ily disputes. When Jana was arrested, she started having seizures but Kevi n insisted she' s faking them. Daniel panicked and called Amber when a stranger at Indigo was trying to find Plum Coming: Paul's secret daughter, Heather is on the case TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. Ghost Rider, Sony Pic tures, PG-13 2. Breach, Universal Pictures, PG-13 3. Norbit, Paramount Pic tures, PG-13 4. Daddy s Little Girl, Lions gate PG-13 5. Apocalypto, Buena Vista Pictures, R 6. The Messengers, Sony Pictures PG-13 7 Primeval, Buena Vista P i ctures R 8. Epic Movie, 20th Century Fox PG-13 9. Pan s Labyrinth Picture house, R 10. Letters From lwo Jima, Paramount Pictures, R TOP POP ALBUMS 1 Big Dog Daddy, Toby Keith Show Dog Nashville 2 From Nothin' to Somethin', Fabolous, Desert Storm!Def Jam 3 Memory Almost Full, Paul McCartney, MPUHear 4. It Won't Be Soon Before Long, Maroon 5 A&M/Octone 5. Epiphany, T-Pain, Konvict/Nappy Boy/Jive 6. Minutes to Midnight, Linkln Park, Machine Shope 7. Good Girl Gone Bad, Rihanna, SRP/Def Jam 8. We the Best, OJ Khaled, Terror Squad 9. The Traveling Wllburys Collection, Traveling Wilburys, Wllbury 10. Back to Black, Amy Winehouse, Universal RepubHc TOP POP SINGLES 1. Umbrella, Rihanna, featur ing Jay-Z, SRP/Def Jam 2 Party Like A Rockstar, Shop Boyz, OnDeck 3. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin'), T-Pain, featuring Yung Joe, Konvlct/Nappy Boy/Jive 4. Big Girls Don't Cry, Fer gie, wlll.l.am/A&M 5. Makes Me Wonder, Ma roon 5, A&M!Octone 6. Hey There, Delilah, Plain White T's, Hollywood 7 Girlfriend, Avril Lavigne, RCA 8 Summer Love, Justin Timberlake Jive 9. Rehab, Amy Winehouse, Universal Republic 10. Lip Gloss, Lil Mama., Jive Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. From Nothin' To Somethin' ......... ; .............. .. ........ .... .... Fabolous 2. We The Best ....................................... .. ....... .... .............. DJ Khaled 3. Double Up ......... ....... .................... ........... ......................... R. Kelly 4. Epiphany .................................................. ....... ................... T-Pain 5. Something To Talk About.. .. .............. Eddie Levert Sr. and ..... Gerald Levert 6. Good Girl Gone Bad .......................................... .... .......... Rihanna 7. The Defnition Of X: Pick Of The Litter ................................. DMX 8 Because Of You .................................................................. Ne-Yo 9. Back To Black ................................................... Amy Winehouse 10. Sex Love & Pain ........................... ...... ..................... ............ Tank 11. Cold Summer: The Authorized Mixtape .... Young Jeezy ....... Presents U.S.D.A. 12. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke .................... ......... RobinThicke 13. So Much Better ........ .............................................. Carl Thomas 14 Luvanmusiq .... ...... .............................. ....... ... Musiq Soulchild 15. Special Occasion .................................. ........... Bobby Valentino 16 Strength & Loyalty .............................. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 17. Survival Of The Fittest... ................. Lil Boozie, Webbie & Foxx 18. Konvicted .... ............ . ........ ................................. ..... ........ Akon 19 The One And Only .......................................................... Lil Wyte 20. Street Love ... ................... .............. ............... ............ ....... Lioyd Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin' ) ............. T-Pain Featuring ..... Yung Joe 2. When I See U .......................................................... ......... Fantasia 3. Please Don t Go ..................................................................... Tank 4. Party Like A Rock Star ................................................ Shop Boyz 5. Umbrella .................. .. ............................ Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z 6. teachme ......... ..... . .... ............ ... ................ ... .... Music Soulchild 7. Same Giri.. ................................ ... .. ...... R. Kelly Duet With Usher 8. Wipe Me Down .. ................ Lil e Featuring Foxx & Webbie 9. Like This .......... .......................... . ;elly Rowland Featuring Eve 10. Make Me Better ................................ Fabolous Featuring Ne-Yo 11. GerMe Bodied.............................. .... .. ....................... Beyonce 12 Big Things Poppin' (Do It) ........ ........ ...................... .. ............. T.I. 13. Lost Without U ............. .. ....................................... Robin Thicke 14. A Bay Bay .......................................................... Hurricane Chris 15. Get It Shawty ....................................... ......................... ..... Lioyd 16. Pop, Lock & Drop lt ............................................................. Huey 17. Anonymous .................. Bobby Valentino Featuring Timbaland ,8. Until The End Of Time ................................... Justin Timberlake 19. Tamourine ....... ; ............................. .. ....................................... Eve 20. Bartender ......... ...................................... T-Pain Featuring Akon Sentinel's Top 1 0 Rap Albums 1 . From Nothin' To Somethin' ................... .. ..................... Fabolous 2. We The Best ........................................................... ...... DJ Khaled 3. The Defnition Of X: Pick Of The Litter ...... .. ............ .. ............ DMX 4. Cold Summer: The Authorized Mixtape ...... : .. Young Jeezy ..... Presents U.S.D.A. 5. El Cartel: The Big Boss ....................... .. .............. Daddy Yankee 6. Strength & Loyalty ............. .................. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 7. Survival Of The Fittest .... : ................. Lil Boozie; Webbie & Foxx 8. The One And Only ............. .. ........... ................................. Lil Wyte 9. Buck The World ......................................................... Young Buck 10. From Me To You .... .............................................. Crunchy Black Sentinel's Top 1 0 Rap Singles 1. Party Like A Rock Star ............................................ .. .. Shop Boyz 2. 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Tampa Busln-n Invited Again As Essence Festival Panelist BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter When the first Essence Music Festival was held, it was marketed as a one-time event But the festival was so well received, that African Americans traveled from around the country to attend it. Since it began in 1995, the festival was held in New Orleans. But after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city, the festival was relocated to Houston. This year, the festival planners are taking it back to its place of origin to be held July 5, 6 ; and 7 KENNY RUSHING communities. There were a lot of African American homemvners who are losing their properties as a result of Hurricane Katrina. "We are teaching the basic key meth ods of investing and we're very excited about it. We're going to have a lot of fun at the festival," Rushing said. Rushing further stated that many of the properties in New Orleans are available now. It is important to buy real estate now and hold it to bank on its future appreciation Saturday's forum will open with remarks from Ed Lewis and will be hosted by Jeff Johnson. Others appearing include Dr. Debra Morton, Tyler Perry, Dr. Sheila EvansTranumn, Andre Chevalier, Dr. Sandra Baxter, and Vince Morelli. This year, as the speakers take to the platform to make their presentations, one Tampa businessman will be among them. Kenny Rushing, of House Hustlers will make his 40-minute real estate investment presentation, begin ning at 12:10 p.m., on Saturday. He was invited to address those in attendance at the festival by Ms. Susan Taylor, Editorial Director of Essence ... Invited Essence Festival Panelist Roland Martin will moderate a panel discussion featuring panelists: Magazine. "This is a great opp ortunity to be invited back again this year. There are a lot of people who are supporting what we're doing. We're going to New Orleans and teach its natives how to rebuild their Common, Chuck D, Byron Hurt, Lyfe Jennings, Rev. Conrad Tillard, Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu, David Johns, and Hill Harper. Fellowship Of Deliverance Church, Inc. Host Holy Convocaaon 2007 The F ellowship of Deli verance Churches, Inc. along with Chief Apostle James H. Howell is hosting Hol y Convocation 2007, The Year of Our Lord s Release" Convocation is being held at the headquarter location, Cathedral of Faith Church, 6304 North 30th Street. Convocation simply means a holy gathering of the saints, and is truly an exciting time for us as we anticipate a mighty move of God and await the release of God in this season. Holy Convocation consists of one week of Word education and spirit enriching classes designed to suit each one's gifting in the church. There will also be evening services held each night at 7:30 p. m nightly Monday, July 9th through Thursday, July 12th. Dr. Ann Evans, the Senior Pastor of Restoration Ministries of Reconciliation of Ocala, FL will be teaching two classes entitled The Order of the Church & The Divine Relationship of the Bride & The GT'Oom. Prophetess Valerie Davis of Chicago, IL will be the facilitator for the class entitled Provhetic Intercession. This class is designed to assist with the development of the prophetic anointing and in pursuing the accurate and timely release of this anointing in all aspects of relationships and communication between God and His "For we wrestle not against flesh blood, but against principalities, against powers, against rulers of darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Ephesians 6 :12, Spiritual Warfare and C. BLITHE ANDREWS, JR. Unsung Hero SOL DAVIS/SOL DAVIS PRINTING Business of the Year Deliverance will be taught by Apostle Steven Davis of Chicago, IL. This class is designed to teach you the bib lical principles of warring in the spirit against the enemy, obtaining true "inner healing" and living a victorious Christian life. -Apostle Davis, an endtime teacher that God has given the vision to "Empower People to Empower Themselves" through debt elimination, financial freedom, and community economic development, will be DEBRAJ. DAWKINS Youth Mentor Of The Year MICHELLE PATrY Community Activist facilitating an Entrepreneur Forum entitled His Power to Get Wealth. This class will prepare you for business development and assist you with starting your own business or ministry. His Powgr_ to Get Wealth will our final breakout dafl session on Friday, July 13 hat 10 a.m. The Holy Convocation will elate on Friday evening, July 13t with the Kingdom Gala, Night With The King.' For He is the King of Glory the Lord God Strong and Mighty! Adorn yourself like the Child FONTAINE MARION Educator of the Year MOSES BROWN Community Activist of the King you are, to attend this black-tie affair, which will be held at the beautiful Crowne Plaza East Hotel in Sabal Park. Giveaways will be given, scn olarships awarded, and servants of the communi ty award ed on this great night of entertainment. Our honorees for the evening are: Cyril Blythe Andrews Jr.Unsung Hero Michelle B. Patty Community Activist Award Sol Davis/Sol Davis Printing -Busine ss of the Year GRACE T. BOWDEN Community Activist MARVIN KNIGHT Businessman of the Year Debra Dawkins -Youth Mentor of the Year Grace T. Bowden Humanitmian Awmd Moses Brown Humanitarian Award Fontaine -Marion-Outstanding Educator Award Marvin Knight-Business Man of the Year To purchase tickets for th e gala or for additional information please contact the Fellowship of Deliverance Churches Inc. Headquarte r s at (813) 238-256 3 ext : to.

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News From Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS c a: LL. c z .cr c (J) w ::l t-> a: w > w c w :I: (J) ::i m ::l D. z w ...J ...J ::l m ..J w z z w (J)
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. LOCAL -. R&B Group 'Silk' To Appear At DoubleTree BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Friday, July 13th at the DoubleTr ee Hotel, 4500 West Cypress Street; R&B lovers will get a special treat. With hip-hop dominating the a irwav es a nd car radios R&B ar tists Silk will be appearing to r emind you of the laid back, more romantic side of music. Members Gary Glenn, Timothy Cameron, Jonathen Rasboro, and Jimmy Gates, Jr. will perform the hits that made them famous, including "Freak Me," a song that put the group on the charts. Glenn said the group has vis ited Tampa many times mostly under the radar. "We enjoy coming to Tampa, The city has been good to us. "As f a r as R&B fading away, I don't think there's a lack of interest in our music. P eop le just question whether or not there's a market for it P eop le SILK solo projects, but the reunion is a strong possibility We recent ly did a collaboration with the Ying Yang Twins, so look for that. Glenn said they grew up lis tening to Gospel music as well as solo artists and groups. "We listened to Take 6, Prince, Michael Jackson, the Temptations and all kinds of harmonies. "What we enjoy more than anything else is singing acap pella. When Keith Sweat first heard us, that's what we were doing. We really enjoy doing that." The show at the DoubleTree will begin at 9 p.m., and more information, contact Too Smooth at (813) 244-4556. that talk to us l e t us know there i s a market for R&B. We're aware th at th e r e may be a per ceptio n that R&B i sn't popular a n y m o re; but for us the m a rket place defines our role in the industry." Glenn said Silk is cut from the balladeer style of music. "That's our niche. "Our hit, 'Freak Me' has become an eternal standard: We are proud that we were part of an era that represented a change-in music. The group, now with four members instead of six, continues to write and record, because they love it They've been together for 17 years. "W e started in high school singing together," recalls Glenn. "Tyga (Tyga Graham) is the cousin of two members, and the three of them started the group. I came along later when the group went from 6 to 4 members." Glenn credits Keith Sweat as the person who gave them the break they needed "He took us and created .Ol,lr first album that was v ery s"i1c-cessfuL . .,. . "We've been discussing dong a reunion album, bringing back Tyga and Gary Jenkins. We've had some members do Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers Leak R e p a ir s No J ob liHl Small Or Too L a rge 20 Years Experience 5 Years Es tabli shed In Seminole H eigh t s Community DARRYL STARKES Roofing Contractor License# RC0067277 Li censed Bonded-lnsuretl (813) 477-0108 Fax: (813) 236-7325 9241 N. 56th St., Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M.-5:30P.M. Saturday 9 A.M.-1 P.M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Low Rates Friendly Atmosphere You're A-OK With Us DUI Friendly, Hardship License, Suspended License, State 6\vnirs and Non Owners Al;T() I;";St.:RA;";CE & C0:\1:\IERCIAL Al:TO BUINE OPPORTUNITIE AVAILABLE FOR MOTIVATED INDIVIDUAL!! Entrepreneurs !iales People Retirees !itay At Home Moms *Anyone Looking To Earn Extra Income! Free EDDIE YOUI\IIi www.IBDPius.com/12666136 (973) 464-8084 cell (BOO) 861!-91!60 ********************************* John Carlo, lilc. ....... Currently accepting qualified individuals for the following positions: ../ HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS ../ PIPELAYERS ../ LABORERS ../ TRUCK DRIVERS \ Submit resume by:. Fox (586) 226-7262. E-mail to Job2@CarloComponies.com QUALIFIED MINORITIES AND WOMEN ARE ENCOURAGEGED TO APPLY Equal Opportunity Employer 0 }< c... c: !< 1\) 0 0 ...... C') m (,.) I n

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c a: LL c z <( c (J) w =: 1-> a: w > w c w :I: (J) :J OJ =: a. z i= w ...J ...J =: OJ I ...J w z i= z w (J) ( a: 0 ...J LL Gabbing \Nith Gloria Family Visit Sgt. Emanuel Bernard Brown, came here to celebrate his birthday June 15th before his second tour of Iraq. Emanuel's mother, Carolynne Mather, Executive Owner of Kids World Enrichment Center, celebrated her special day on June 23rd with a few friends and family to help her start the year off. Prayers are with Sgt. Brown as he goes to serve our country From The Desk Of Mary Crawford Of The Family Owned Club The return of the 'Sunday Night But Goodies' special for the older, mature group is back. You and yours are welcome from 9-10 p.m. FREE. $5 after 10 p m. Dress to Impress. In 1981, Club Kathleen was opened by family memfrom Mississippi and 1225 N. Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805-4259 (863) 688-2095 Fax. (863) 687 3409 Florida and the community of Lakeland as a class entertainment establishment. Birthday celebrants for the month of July will be held on the 4th Sunday, July 22, 2007 from 8 p. m. until. The owner, now deceased, Mrs. Catherine Thomas and family also opened a club in Orlando, Club 436, that catered to the older crowd. Club Kathleen's staff wel comes you to join them on Sunday nights and enjoy a cool evening weekly at Club Kathleen Bar, namely: Mary Crawford, Ann Maddox (siblings); Angel Buie, Genia Waring, Vicky, Tina, Vontrese, Toni, Mrs. Willie Mae, Ernest "Link" Ingram, Abraham, B. B., Richie, Dwight, Big Rob, Bobby Lowe, D. J. Ant, Alan Loff, Terrance, D . J. Floyd Joy, _Ms. Eerie, Brenda, Dawn, Michelle, w \ / NU' i F .. T.-a L ' ) ? ; i t r c II I l .. tf!!l '_., ,; .. .... _; __ r -. --.. By Cynthia Zorn-shaw Memorial Day Memory With the 4th of July right around the corner, memories of Memorial Day 2007 are still fresh in the mind of yq,urs truly. For this was the first time that yours truly and son, _Michael Shaw, II experienced the joy of a 'canoe'! We were guests of Rosa Phillips at The Landers/Williams Memorial Day Cook-out, which 'Nas held at Ft. DeSota Beach. Many thanks to Anthony Landers and Albert Phillips who taught Shaw II how to handle a canoe! There was lots of great food served. The Grill Master of the day was Walter Williams. Some of the other family members who enjoyed the festivities were: Courtney Phillips, Dexter Phillips, Monica Landers, Erika Landers, Darrick Landers, Elder Albert Landers, Jr. and 1Wife, Deloris Landers, Mark and Alberdean Nash, Gwendolyn Williams, Rashad Williams, and Amos and Yvette Landers. Sorority Member Receives Honor Recently, at the Terrace Hotel Ballroom, Latha Murphy-Speed was honored for 50 years of dedicated service to the Omicron Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. The theme for the occasion was Celebration. MurphySpeed was crowned and welcomed into the golden sisterhood by golden members Vancilla Williams and Ann Adderley. Others who participated during the program were: Sylvia Mr. Willie and Mr. Tallie."""" May celebrants enjoying their birthdays were: Manager, Angel Buie, Jessie Bryant, Ms. Rene (Club 436), Rufus Williams, Miss Mila, Marvelous Marvin, Tim Randolph, Reggie Red, Dancing Machine, George Benefield and others. Get Well Wishes Get well wishes are extended to the following sick and shut. ins: .Be:tty Moore, Henry Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Don (Myra) Tillman, Cora Gatlin, Rosebud Mobley, James McCreary, III, Jeanette Davis and Elizabeth Rosier. July Celebrants Happy July birthday wish es go out to the following celebrants this month. New Jerusalem M.B.Church Dr. J. L. Downing, Sr., Pastor, and members, Sentinel supporters, extend birthday greetings to: Deacon Jimmie Borders, Dorothy Spencer, Stacie Williams, Faye Borders and Mrs. Carrie Bell Jones. Happy anniversary to: Blackmon-Roberts, Katrina Lungsford, Albertha Whitley-Tabron, Charlene Brinson, Vivian Underwood and Strong. Some of the family and friends who attended were: Stanley Glover, Leonard Speed, Mildred Hawk, William "Willie" Speed, Willana Speed, and Rev. Joe Rose. Celebration committee members were Yvonne Me Shay, Dell Quary, Jacqueline Rose and Juli Von McShay. Heart E. Mae Says . I am content ... knowing that He will never leave me. He is here, right now. "Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee." Hebrews 13:5 . Unity Breakfast Held The Polk City Outreach Program and Grove Lane Community Development recently held a Unity Breakfast. The purpose of this breakfast was to bring Deacons Cleveland and Mrs. Rosa Peterson, Roy and Elouise Moore, Brother John and Michelle Bradley, Brother Irvin and Lynette Parker, James and Brenda Young, and Rev. WilHe and Mrs. Joyce Spencer. Rev. and Sis. Joe and Jacqueline Rose, and Bro. Robert and Sis. Mildred Hawk . Happy Anniversary Gabbing with Gloria' s presence was requested by Rev. and Mrs. N. S. and Betty Sanders, and the_ Administrative staff Office Pilgrim Rest F. W. B. including Mrs. Annette From Rest F. W. Dunn to cover the 91st year B. Church, Bishop Henry anniversary at Greater St. Pastor a_nd con-Paul M. B. 1. Church, 1i30 gregat10n send birthday' North Webste A r venue, greetmgs to: Bennie Lakeland, Dr. N. S. Branton, Lula Hodge, S d p t t l 1 an ers, as or, o 1e p Nancy Mathis, Eva th 1 b t th t . em ce e ra e e s ar-Laneair, Pauhne McDougal, Adele Snead, Earline Willis, Loretta Sims, Henriette Harris, Gwendolyn Coleman, Neuretha Thomas and Travis Phillips. Happy anniversary to: Bennie and Sandra Branton, and Willis and Loretta Sims. First Baptist Inst. Rev. Alex Harper, Pastor and fellow church members wish happy birthday to the July celebrants: Sister Ossie McCoy, Sister E. M. Jackson, Paulette Burnett and Mary Mobley-Graham. Happy anniversary to together residents of Polk City and those who are con cerned about improving the community. The keynote speaker for this event was Pastor Earl Brown who encouraged the community churches to "join together" in order to make a positive and influential dif ference within the communistudded musical program on July 8, 2007 at 6 p.m. Worship Service will be held Sunday, July 15, 2007, at 11 a. m. This will be a wonderful time to worship and fellowship with old friends, former members and to meet and greet new friends. And yes! Dinner will be served Gloria's Things & Other Things If you can't have the best of everything, make the best of everything you have. The grinding that would wear away to nothing a lesser stone merely serves to give luster to a diamond Lakeland, April 14th; Leon Owens of My stic; Connecticut, April 7th, Robert Grayes of Lakeland, Florida, May 5th; Mary-Keonna Calhoun of Lakeland, April 27th; Willie Grayes of Lakeland, Florida, May 28th, Mother Princess Fortson, June 1st and Faith Shaw of Irvington, New Jersey, hi attendance 'Vere: 14th. and Mark Johnson 'I ty. Clifford and De'boJ,"ah of St. Petersburg, Florida, Byrd, MendelJ 2n,q. It is the prayer of Michael_ Shaw, Lo:t.tie yours: that God will McGill, Evangelist bless you with many more Carpurnia McGill, Elder birthdays! Shelton Faison and wife, Katrena, James Davis, Reverend Theorius Axson and wife, Donni, Lucy Anderson, Lori McGill, Laura McGill, Ruby Axson, Veronica McGill, Delilah McGill and Pastor Gena Brown. Belated Birthday Wishes Shaw-Nuf Talk expresses belated birthday wishes to Mother Ruby Axson of Polk City, Florida who celebrated her ?? birthday on May 30th; Simon Owens of Talk To Shaw-Nuf Tell Shaw-Nuf Talk about' your church events, birthday celebrations, wed dings, family reunions, baby showers, accomplishments, etc., that you want to share with the readers of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, and I'll talk about it in Shaw-Nuf Talk. You can contact me via e-mail at czornshaw@yahoo com or by calling (863) 513-4992. I hope to hear from you soon!

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a S -!!}a s f r .. l e -IJ TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY NOTICE OF EQUIPMENT SALE In accordance with Chapter 95-488, Laws of Florida the Tampa Port Authority (TPA) hereby gives notice of its intent to dispose of the following items to the highest bidder. 812 Used 12-ft. x 32-inch. Concrete Jersey Barriers BID CONDITIONS: 1 Equipment is to be sold "as is, where is". TPA does not guarantee the condition of the barriers 2 Successful Bidder must take possession within thirty (30) days from the award. 3. Purchase subject to Florida Sales Tax unless buyer showsproof of exemption 4 Payment must be made by certified check money order or wire transfer prior to taking possession. 5 The Tampa Port Authority reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to cancel this bid at any time. 6 All bids are due by 2 :00 pm, July 19, 2007 and must be delivered to the Tampa Port Authority, 4th Floor, 1101 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL 33602. Bids received after that date and time will not be considered The concrete jersey barriers may be viewed during business hours by appointment only. Please contact Tom Harkness at 813-905-5009 or via email at tharkness@tampaport.com to schedule an appointment. PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Pursuant to the Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Act 376 .80, Florida Statutes), a public hearing will be held at 5:30 p .m. until not later than 7:00 p .m. on Monday, July 16, 2007, at the Hillsborough Senior Center located at 4102 W. Spruce Street in Tampa, Florida The purpose of the meeting is to take public comment and suggestions on the proposed rehabilitation of a vacant site consisting of approximately 3 7 acres located southwest of the intersection of North Clark Avenue and West Spruce Street in the City of Tampa in the area south of the Hillsborough County Senior Center located at 41 02 W. Spruce Street The property owner. Hillsborough County, and the Westshore Community Development Corp is seek ing designation of the site 6y the City of Tampa as a "Brownfields Area" in accordance with the Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Act. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, redevelopment or reuse of which may be I complicated by actual or perceived environmental contamination The Brownfields Redevelopment Act seeks to assist interested parties with the rehabilitation of environme rital contamination so that the property can be safely redeveloped. Designation as a "Brownfields Area" by the City of Tampa will en able the property owner to work with the Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County to implement and complete a site rehabilitation agreement and redevelopment plan so that the subject site can be redeveloped in accordance with the PD site plan on file with the City of Tampa The planned development is an approximately 57 unit workforce/affordable for sale town home development For further on the July 16, 2007 public hearing and/or the proposed rehabilitation plan, please contact Ron Rotella, President of the Westshore Community Development Corp. at (813) 289-5488 For more information on the "Brownfields Area" designation process, please contact the City of Tampa Office of Environmental Coordination at 4010 West Spruce Street, Tampa or call (813) 348-1094 In accordance with the American Disabilities Act and Section 286 26 Florida Statutes, persons with Disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact Cassie Baisley at 813-289-5488 at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the date of_the meeting. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JULY 24, 2007-2:00 P.M T-0281-07 (BG) SAND AND GRAVEL Please Note: The above bid is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following : (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementserviees, 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 the-se 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, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) Not i ce is hereby given that the Tampa Port Authority (TPA) an equal opportunity employer, will receive sealed bids up to and until 2 : 00 p m July 31, 2007 at its office at 1101 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa, Florida 33602, for the project entitled "Elevator/Escalator Maintenance and Repair ITB No 8-007-07 (Note: The project name is provided for identification purposes only and is not intended to limit the scope of the project ) The "Elevator/Escalator Maintenance and Repair" Project will provide the Tampa Port Authority with maintenance and repair services to elevators and escalators at five (5) locations. The contract shall be for a period of three (3) years. A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference and Site Visit will be held Thursday, July 19, 2007, at 9:30 a.m at the Tampa Port Authority Administration Building, 1101 Channelside Drive, 3rd Floor Environmental Conference Room Tampa FL 33602 Prospective Bidders are required to attend The Tampa Port Authority encourages the use of registered Small Bus i ness Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on its Projects The TPA has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation Bidders must consider this when submitting their bids as this will be considered by t he TPA when receiving and evaluating bids Bidder shall submit a completed form SBE-1, which will provide the details of the B idder's SBE Outreach Action Plan ; and if less than the goal subm i t Form SBE-1C, which will substantiate Bidder's good faith efforts made to provide SSE's to the greatest extent possible Bidder's failing to submit a complete Form SBE-1 or document its efforts to meet or e x ceed the target goal may be cause for determining the bid non-responsive or non-responsible to the Bid. A current sworn statement on Public Entity Crimes, pursuant to Section 287 .133(3)(a) Florida Statutes must accompany the bid. Prospective Bidders may obtain copies of this ITB electronically from the TPA web site (www.tampaport.com). This copy is made available through the Demandstar System. Questions concerning this ITB should be directed to Donna Casey, TallJpa Port Authority Procurement Office at (813) 905-5044 or via email at dcasey@tampaport com CONTACT LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Ad Or Business :oirectory Ad In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Fax To: (813) 248-9218 Or Email: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 07-10695 George Messer Petitioner And Sonya D. Messer Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO : Sonya D. Messer 3009 Green Street Tampa, Florida 33607 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on George Messer, whose address is 5203 North Tenth Street, Tampa, FL 33603 on or before August 6, 2007 and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street. Room 101. Tampa. FL 33602. before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition "T'' :::0 c c... c: "T'' r 0 2:! c )> CJ) m z z m r I aJ c: r r m z Copies of all court "'D documents in this case, 5j including orders, are r available at the Clerk of the (ii Circuit Court's office. You :::1: may review these documents m uoon reauest C m You must keep the Clerk < of the Circuit Court's office m notified of your current address. (You may file Notice -1 of Current Address, Florida c: Supreme Court Approved m Family Law Form 12.915.) en Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. )> z WARNING: Rule 12.285, C Florida Family Law Rules of "T'' Procedure, requires certain 2:! automatic disclosure of c documents and information. Failure to comply can result "" in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES . If you. are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Court Administrator's A :D.A. Coordinator, (813} 272-7040, 800 E. Twiggs St, Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771. Dated July 3, 2007. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ,., By : /s/ ADRIAN J. 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Responses are requested to be submitted by August 14, 2007 at 2:30p.m. Specifications may be obtained for a fee from the District's Internet website at http : //www watermatters.o rg/procurement or purchased from the Purchasing Office Southwest Florida Water Management District 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville FL 34604-6899, or. by calling 352-7 96 -7211, extension 4132 or 1 800-423-14 76 (Florida only) or TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida) Respondents requesting packages through the District will be charged copying and shipping/handling costs in accordance with District Policy 13-2 -Administrative Fees The District reserves the right to reject any or all responses received with or without cause Steven M. Long C.P.M., CPCM, CPPO Contracts Manager Part-time Family Care Worker {FCW) & One Part-Time Cook Position Needed For A Small 24/7 Residential Program $8 00 Hour Start. MIN HS Diploma Or Equivalent, No Criminal Background Valid FL Drivers License Cook Must Be Able To Cook From Scratch Open Friday -Sunday Call (813) 375-3933 EEO/AA/ADA Employer Work From Home Interviewing motivated persons to generate leads for a medical supply company on commission based pay. Each lead is equal to $25 an hour Must be able to describe products and benefits to a targeted clientele Can prove to be very lucrative for the right person. Applicant must be able to work with little or no supervision Call 1.866.425.0006 Fax Resume To 1.866.425.0007 The Florida Sentinel Bulletin The Voice of The Community For Over 62 Years EMP !.S1MMI I Childcare Teachers Needed Must Have 40 Hours CPR/First Aide Full Time Positions Available Call 813-237-8771 Commissioned Position National Financial Services Mortgage/Real Estate Firm Seeks Ambitious Career Minded People No Experience Necessary 1-800-679-7042 Ext. 0252 Weekends & Week Days Part-Time Need Older Experienced Person For Housekeeping And Cooking. Call 813-650-1395 Child Care Teacher Needed CDA Required Full Time Position Available Call (813) 248-3073 Monday Thru Friday Between 9:00 a.m. & 4:00 p.m. Outside Sales Position Commission Only Experience working directly with the public Very important to be exact and highly accurate in performing this job Able to work with little or no supervision, work well with others and provide personal assistant. "Ability to correctly complete all medical record release forms pertaining to measurements of orthopedic shoes and a new line of Arthritic products Answer questions regarding the company, describe merchandise to customer, and assist customer with making selections of products One sale is equal to $125 an hour Must have reliable transportation Call 1.866.425.0007 Or Fax Resume To 1.866.425.0007 Seeking Administrative Assistant Part-Time HOURS 2 :00 p m ., 7 :00 p m Some Accounting A Plus Send Resume To: Credit.union@bible-based.org. Or Call 813-964-9696 After 2:00 p.m. Full-Time Employment Administrative Services Clerk Under direction, performs secretarial and/or clerical duties of an administrative nature such as purchasing, human resources, and fiscal record keeping; and performs related dut i es as required Candidate needs good priority setting and problem solving skills. Must have good attention to detail with high degree of accuracy and follow through. PREFERRED: Two years of college, and three years of clerical fiscal record keeping bookkeeping experience. Computer skills and knowledge of Excel a must. SALARY RANGE: $19,000 $25,000. FAX Resume To: (813) 231-7196 No Phone Calls Please A TIN: 0. S. Williams The Family Enrichment Center, Inc. 1002 E Martin Luther King Blvd. Tampa, Fl 33603 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START CENTER COORDINATOR HEAD START/EARLY $24,752 $35,838 HEAD START TEACHER $31,512 HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START TEACHER ASSISTANT $24,752 OFFICE ASSISTANT II (DATA) $24,752 SUPERVISOR OF PLANT & PRODUCTION OPERATIONS $40,768 SYSTEMS COORDINATOR $40,768 TREATMENT COUNSELOR $43,097 WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATOR II $33 862 See our web site at http : //www.hccsb org or contact Job Newsline 272-6975 (TDD 272-5623) or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AAIEEO Employer MUSICIAN WANTED!!! To Play For Youth Choir On The 3rd Sunday Of Each Month If Interested Leave A Message@ (813) 677-3957 A 130 Year Old Contractor Company Is Seeking To Hire A Site Security Receiving Person For approximately 1 year+. $10 .00-$12. 00 per/hr Submit resume at: mfuentes@sauer-inc.com Or Fax: (813) 661-3682 Survey File Clerk Fast paced Civil Engineering/Surveying Firm in Ybor Needs A Self-Starter With Common Sense Pleasant Personality And Good Computer/Clerical Skills Excellent Benefits & Working Environment Apply 1602 North 15th Street EOE/DFWP HILLSBOROUGH Community College !iJ YBOR CITY CAMPUS MUSIC (ADMCT) INSTRUCTOR DIRECTOR OF CHORAL ACTIVITIES Hillsborough Community College seeks to fill the Music (Adjunct) Instructor Director of Choral Activities position on the Ybor City campus. Applicants must have at least: (1) a Master's degree in Music; or (2) a Master's degree with a t least 18 graduate semester hours in Music. Prefer a pplicants with : (l) previous teachino 0 expe nence ; (2) ability to teach and conduct choral literature appropriate for a community college chorus and vocal ensemble; (3) ability to stage a musical theatre production once a year (traditionally in the Fall semester) including selection of work to be staged auditioning and casting, consulting and coordinating with t the Theatre Technician on issues of set/sce1iery design and rehearsal/perfom1ance dates, l)J1d; ( 4) ability to stage multiple (two to four) perfonn ances of the chorus and vocal ensemble each semester. The ability to teach applied voice (private lessons) is a plus but not a requirement. See HCC Employment website http: //jobs.hccfl.edu/ to review job description and instructions to: (1) create/save application, and; (2) apply for position. The position is being advertised as Open Until Filled Hillsborough Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages diversity in all areas of the campus community. http://jobs.hccfl.edu/ Need Person To Care For Elderly People. Must Have Flexible Hours, CPR, First Aide And HIV Training Please Call (813) 239-3322 Child Care Now Hiring Full-Time And Part-Time, Infant And Toddler Teachers And Part-Time After School Teacher Must Have Training Hours Call (813) 910-4163 Work From Home Interviewing motivated persons to generate leads for a medical supply company on commission based pay. Each lead is equal to $25 an hour Must be able to describe products and benefits to a targeted clientele Can prove to be very lucrative for the right person Applicant must be able to work with little or no supervision Call 1.866.425.0006 Fax Resume To 1.866.425.0007 NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7-3 $10 00$11 00 3-11 $11-.00-$12 .00 Great Benefits, 401 k Raise In April Pleasant Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 E Fletcher PRESS OPERATOR NEEDED A B Dick 1 & 2 Color Experienced Preferred Full Time Position Ap'ply In Person 5205 N. Lois Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS ..... CALL LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FAX YOUR ADS 2417 TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Email ledwards@flsentinel.com

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Home 4 Sale Below Market 0 Down Financing Owner Will Consider Lease Option With Cash Down Call (813) 621-9447 HOME OWNERSHIP Your Job Is You r Credit Low Down Payment Lease 2 Purchase Irvin (813) 965-5413 New/Resale Homes From $134,900 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Block Homes Low Or No Down Payment Several Locat i ons Tampa -St. Pete Lakeland Headley Williams Hutton Realty (813) BANK FORECLOSURE! 5 Bedroom Home $56,000! Only $445/Monthly 5% Down-20 Years At 8% APR For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext. H489 Section 8 Tenant Wanted 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Nice Family Home Available Now -(813) 960-4203 Leave Message HUD HOMES! 4/3-$199/Monthly! 5/1 $445/Monthly 5% Down 20 Years-8% For Listings 800-366-9783 X S748 Single Family Homes For Sale MOTIVATED SELLER Delatorro McNeal, II Offers $2500 Towards Closing Costs On All Properties Listed Below 6221 N 44th Street 2 Bedroomsl 1 Bath Corner Lot/Fenced 1050 Sq.Ft/ Washroom WID Hookups & Applian c es $135,000 3610 E Ellicott 2 Bedroomsl1 Bath Double Lot 944 Sq. 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Jefferson Street 1 Bedroorn/1 Bath And Studio Water & Trash Included $565 00 And $460 00/Monthly First Month Rent + Deposit Call (81. 3) 966-5760 c( c 0:: L-..-___ ......._ ____ ..J 0 ...J LL Apartment 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths Located In Brandon Close To All Convenience Private Backyard 2 Car Parking $825 00 Per Month Section 8 Welcome (813) 473-3746 Seminole Heights Seniors 62+ Now Accepting Applications For : 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Controlled Access, Library And Community Room With Activities Beautiful Landscaped Community Special Accessibility For Hearing and Sight Impaired Well Served By Public Transportation Income Restricted Leasing Office @ 202 E. Broad Street The Oaks at Riverview (813) 231-7700 Oaksatriverview@verizon.net FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE 2226 East 131st Avenue 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths W/D Hook -Up, CHA $675 00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Call (813) 244-9335 Bungalow 6703 N. Branch Ave. 2/1 Central Heat & Cooling Wood Floors, Dishwasher Washer/Dryer $995 00/Monthly 813-971-0341 8431 N. 39th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Upstairs Apartment Central Heat & Air $650 00/Rent $350.00/ Deposit (813) 299-5669 5322 E. 14th Avenue Apartment #A (Near 50th & Columbus Dr.) 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up CHA $7 40 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Section 8 Ok Ellen (813) 380 7839 USFAREA SECTION 8 WELCOME! Newly Renovated 1 Bedroorn/1 Bath New Appliances Ceiling Fans Private Backyard $599.00/Monthly FREE Water & Trash! Low Deposit!! 813-244-7 435 River Pines Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY Active independent living for 55+, quiet park-like setting, shopping, transportation, social activities, riverfront living Efficiencies and 1-bedroom apartments starting at $360.00 per month. (813) 985-4419 Section 8 2 Bedroom Duplex $750 00/Monthly +Deposit Call (813) 980-1229 Tampa Heights Duplex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Large Kitchen Close To Downtown $600.00 / Monthly $300 00/Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 Section 8 Perferred 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex Tile Floors Large Yard WID Hook-Up (813) 230-8968 2226 East 131st Avenue 2 Bedroomsl2 Baths WID Hook-Up, CHA $675 00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit Call (813) 244-9335 Duplex 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Very Nice, Clean And Quiet $625 00/Monthly $600. 00/Deposit Call (813) 971-5107 Grant Park Area 3421-A North 52nd Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WDH, Central AC $700 00 Monthly $400.00 Deposit Call (813) 767-3185 Duplex-Busch Area 2 Bedroomsl1 Bath WID Hook-up Refurbished Kitchen Section 8 Welcome Great Deal Call (813) 261-7538 Or (813) 503-0493 Grant Park 3416 North 55th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $675 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Call (813) 359-7528 Or (813) 627-0482 Apartrnent/DuP.Iex Available NOW Section 8 Tampa Heights 3/1 Duplex And 2/1 Apartment CHA, WSG Included WID Hook-ups Call813-210-0287 USF Area Duplex 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile & Paint New Appliances $600. 00/Monthly + Security Deposit Section 8 Ok (813) 263-6460 2 Bedroomsl1 Bath Very Nice, Quiet, WDH, Newly Remodeled, Quiet Nice Neighbors Utilities Included Credit/Background Check $750 00/Monthly $700.00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) 971-5107 Section 8 Special 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $650.001Monthly 813-971-0341 Duplex 10120 North 11th Street 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath, CHA, Water Included Section 8 OK Rental Reference Required Call (813) 377-9719 6213-A N. 47th Street Tampa, FL 33610 2 Bedrooms, CHA $500.00/Deposit $795.00/Rent Section 8 Welcome (813) 626-0331 Duplexes 8603 And 8605 N. 15th St 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath New Paint/Tile 3 Units Available Now $1,200 Moves You In! 813-766-7540 2928 N. 18th Street Room For Rent 55 Years And Older Preferred ,.Ann """'--- $120.00/Deposit Call (813) 231-2023 Tampa Heights Area Furnished Room For Rent Very Clean Central Air And Heat $125 00/Weekly $125 001Deposit (404) 839-4629 Fully Furnished Large Room $125.00 Weekly $110 00 Deposit Cable Access I Utilities Included Phone (813)-236-4816 Christian Person Has Rooms For Rent $110.00/Rent $11 0 DO/Deposit No Drugs Or Illegal Activities Allowed Call Mike (813) 770-2266 Room For Rent $100 00 Per Week + Deposit, Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813} 285..&147 Rooms For Rent Furnished Kitchen Facilities Single Males Preferred Drug Free Area Phone (813) 247-3581 Or (813) 965-5931 East Osborne Ave Area Ideal For Fixed Income Furnished, Clean, Private Utilities, A/C, WID Security System $125 00/Weekly Call (813) 789-3574 Nice Neighborhood Large Furnished Room, Retired Or Business Woman Preferred Cable, CHA. This Is NotA Rooming House Call (813) 238-7034 Seffner Area Country Setting $100.00 Move In With Student ID $100 00/Weekly Ms. Jackson (813) 829-5353 Rooms For Rent Furnished Kitchen Facilities Single Males Preferred Drug Free Area (813) 247-3581 Or (813)"965-5931 East Jackson Heights Fully Furnished -Large Rooms $125 00 Weekly $110 00 Deposit CHA, Cable Access Ut11ities Included Phone(813)236-4816 ... Grounds Clean Furnished Room Central Air/Heat Alcohol AAd Drug Free Environment $150 00 Deposit Call (813) 770-4658 CONTACT LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 I I To Publish Your Classified Ador Business Directory Ad. In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Fax To: (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ledw.ards@flsentinel.com

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. LOCAL Behind The Pulpit: Beulah Baptist Institutional Church 1006 W. Cypress Street Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite It's hard to miss the big church on Cypress Street while riding through West Tampa. However, Beulah Baptist Institutional Church has proven itself to be much more than just a beautiful building, but a promoter of spiritual growth and a servant to the local community. Established in 1865, Beulah Baptist Institutional Church holds the distinction of being th e oldest African American Baptist church in the Cit y of Tampa. I would say that the church' s atmosphere is one of change and progress We used to be a very laidback church, but the mood has definitely changed to be more up-tempo and energetic," said Rev. W. James Favorite, the church's pas tor. "We have worked hard to invest a lot of time in our 905 East Skagway Tampa, FL 33604 932-4283 Pastor Michael Neely teaching ministry. Making sure that all of our members have access and insight into the Word of God." Rev. Dr. Favorite received hi s Bachelor's and Masters Degree in Health, Physical Education and Social Studies from Southern University. He ea rned a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and a Masters of Divinity in Theology from Virginia Seminary and College of Lynchburg, VA. received Doctorates of Divinity and Ministry from Maryland Theological Seminary and College. Rev. W. James Favorite is married to Dr. Ann Favorite. They have two adult children, Rodney and Andrea, and one grandchild Hashim Favorite. live Music, Art, Spoken Word Poetry, Gospel Rap, Hip-Hop Dance, Neo-Soul Plea se see or contact Kisha Fields for signup information She can be reached at poetic4kisses@yahoo.com I Free admission, however a love offering will be taken. Refreshments will be served ; Faith Temple M. B. Church of Greater Tampa 2916 Orient Road Tampa, Florida Rev. Maurice L. Gladney, D. Min., Senior Pastor Theme : "Building the Church from the Inside Out" St. Matthew 16:18 You are cordially invited to come and be a part of our services on Sunday, July 8 2007 5,000 Attend Church Of Christ Crusade Nearl y 5,000 persons attended th e Church of Christ 2007 Crusade For Christ. The week of events were held at the Tampa Convention Center. (Photographs by Julia Jackson) Melvin Beal, a member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village, attended the conference. Ada Felton of Dayton, Ohio and Josephine Davidson of Terrell, Texas were in Tampa for the Crusade. Tampa members of the Church of Christ, Mildred Stone, mother of Fire Inspector Melvin Stone, and her daughter, Michelle Y. Stone enjoying the late night concert. "T1 r-0 :a (/) m z :::! z m r-1 aJ c Minister Robert and Gladys Turner of Chicago, IL in town for rthe Crusade, and visited with her sister, Ann Haugabook, right, Tampa/Brandon). ::j Wn1 Be There All week To Support Him! z "'D c aJ !: CJ) :I: m c m < m :a -< -t c m CJ) c l> z c "T1 :::0 0 C> m CD. I )>

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,.... 0 0 C'\1 cD Non-Profit Working To Promote Financial < Independence TONI WATTS CEO, Corporation Develop Communities Tampa, Inc. The Corporation t o Develop Communities (CDC) of T ampa wants local residents to d ec reas e their debt, and increase their financial resources. The local non-profit is currently offering 4-week training programs aimed at helping people eliminate their debt and achieve their financial goals. The CDC of Tampa is a member of the national NeighborWorks Network, a group that offers financial education courses that promotes money management skills. 0 One of the most impor-tant things that we can do for ourselves and our families is take control of our finances, and for many this means getting a financial education said C Toni Watts, CEO of the CDC of Tampa. fE Watts says that there are several things that residents can C do to improve their financial situation. Earl Kagler of the :i CDC of Tampa says there are several things that will improve one's financial state including: Paying bills on time, paying c more than the minimum balance on a credit card set realisffi tic financial goals and creating a budget to track each :::) 1-> a: w > w c w :I: (f) :J m :::) a. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m ...J w z i= z w (f) < c a: 0 ..J LL < 0 ,... w expense. "It doesn't matter the income, the key to building wealth is to gain the skills and know-how needed to become financially independent, said Watts. The CDC of Tampa offers ten different free courses on dif ferent aspects of financial independence. For more informa tion on personal finance courses and other services provid e d by CDC of Tampa, please call Earl Kagler at (813) 248-2552, or earl.kagler@cdcoftampa.org. Reporter / Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or adavis@flsentinel.com. New Progress M. B. Church 3307 E. Shadowlawn Avenue Rev. E. J. Williams, Sr. PASTOR Rev. C R Batchelor ASST. PASTOR ANNUAL YOUTH DAY JULY 15TH, 2007 11 :OOAM SERVICE Theme: "What is Faith" Motto : Hebrew 11:1-3verses REV. E.J. WILLIAMS, SR. Pastor MINlSTER ALFONSO LEWIS Sis. Gloria Chatman, Chairman Bro. Willie Mitchell Co-Chairman 813-238-0520 LOCAL Neighborhood Mini Grants Orientation Class Planned Th e Hillsborough County criteria, projects that qualify Board of County for the mini-grant and Commissione rs announced answer any questions the a vailability of funds regardingthegra nt. through the 2008 Neighborhood Mini-Grant Neighborhood Mini-Grant Applications are available on Program. The purpose of the the Office of Neighborhood program is to strengthen Relations web page neighborhood associations http: I /www. hillsboroughand the communities they count;y .org/onr/. serve. Applications must be com-The Neighborhood Minipleted and returned by July Grant Orientation class will 20, 2007. The applications be held on Tuesday, July will then be forwarded to the 1oth at 6:30 p.m. at the Grant Review Committee. County Center, 26th Floor, The committee's evaluation Conference Room A, for and recommendations will those interested in the mini-be completed in September grant process. The mini-and forwarded to the Board grant orientation class will of County Commissioners for review the application, grant approval in early October. The maximum award to any n e i ghborhood a s soci a ti o n i s $ 1 ,500. Th e prog r a m i s cosponsore d b y the Hill sborough County Board of County Commissioners, Hillsborough County Children's Board and the Frank E. Duckwa ll Foundation within the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay For questions, please contact Nancy Rubin at 272-5860, 272-5882 (fax), or email rubinn@hillsboroughcounty.orgor Shelley Blood at bloods @hillsboroughcounty.org. Democratic Women's Club To Meet The Hillsborough County Democratic Women s Club will meet at 6:30 p.m on Monday, July 9, 2007 at Mimi's Cafe, North Dale Mabry Highway (n e xt to and south of B a rnes & Noble) Members and guests will be ordering individually from the menu. To join HCDWC, contact Membership Vice President Adele Ida Walter at (813) 9326902. Only registered democrats are eligible for membership. Moffitt Seeks Participants For Ovarian Cancer Trial Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute is seeking women h a v e are suffering fr o m recurrent ovarian cancer to participate in a new treatment regim e n This new regim e n may increase the response to treatment and prolong their lives. Doctors at Moffitt are testing a combination of chemotherapy and the drug Avastin in patients. The clinical trial peiiod recently opened and the hospital is seeking participants for the study. The study will address ovarian cancers that are incurable and difficult to treat. It will target women whose cancer has returned in the first year after the initial treatment. Doctors are also looking for trial participants who have a recurrence or progression of ovarian cancer within a year of prior platinum chemotherapy. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information about the study can call (813) 745-7272. Sen1:inel Bulletm Place A ... .. ..... .:; !-; :. News:mc.tfln.Great Places .-:ta131 ask Fib Ke,tn GLORJOUS COMMUNITY CHURCH OF JESUS OF THE APOSTOLIC FAITH, INC. "Le t Your Light S o Shin e H eji ll' e Ma n."' MATTHEW S-1 r. Con1e be with us on our Assistant Pastor MOTHER MARY TOBY'S 68th Year Anniversary Of God Sptm.wred By : Si\ le; Carolyn Jo/m .mn All Groups lnvitetl Sunday Sc1-vicc 12 noon ELDER R TROUPE Of Ft. M yc1s Come Hca1 The Man Of God Dimmr Will Be Served al 3 p m APOSTLE C. WILLIAMS, Pastor

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. LOCAL Rhodes Scholar Reflects On Experience Abroad BY GARRETI' WYNSTON JOHNSON I recently returned to the U S. after living in Oxford, England as a Rhodes scholar for nearly one year. Having had a few days to soak up the Florida sun and sink my teeth into my favorite southern delicacies I can click my Nikes and declare like Dorothy that, "There's no place lik e home." However, while I have recalibrated my bearings for my time in Tampa --by remembering to drive on the left side of the road (most of the time) and resisting the impulse to shout "cheers" to random strangers --my travels abroad have revealed a much larger world to which I feel connected and possess a sense of belonging. Beyond the geographical boundaries and street signs that mark my modest house in Belmont Heights, the indescribable journeys and enriching friendships I have enjoyed during my international adventures have challenged me to broaden my idea of home. One such experience occurred only months ago Tampan Garret Johnson during a trip to the country of Senegal (West Africa) for a track and field competition. Even in the capitol of Dakar, the pungent aroma of abject poverty arrested my senses. From every vantage point I could see unfinished buildings, unpaved roads, and an under-nourished population. The collective weight of these high level problems -in what is treated as a low priority country (or continent, to be honest) -reminded me that I was indeed far removed from my childhood home When I landed on Goree island, though, this feeling of distance vanished. Located just off the Senegalese coast, and once the center of the transatlantic slave trade, the historical significance of this tiny island -with its slave fortress still intact --pro vided a powerful introduction to a country I could barely identify ori a map. More inspiring still was the overwhelming sense of solidarity I felt from every per son I encountered. As I prepared for the competition one THE FIRST CHURCH OF WEST TAMP A, INC. 1302 N. Willow Avenue* Tampa, Florida, 33607 Honoring REV. RAYFORD And .JACOUELII\IE HARPER On Their 1 &1: Anniversary Service Theme: Serving The Lord With A F erverant Spirit ROMANS 12:10-11 man y e lled to me, "You will win 'cause we are Black and w e are strong." Others in the crowd raised their fist and uttered in hushed tones, "Black power I have never felt more at home. While ravaged by slavery and perennially plagued by disparities of every kind, indeed, "we are strong." I see this strength in the eyes of the Senegalese people I see this strength in the actions of my Oxford friend who is determined to raise his native country of Zimbabwe (Southern Africa) above the current 80% unemployment rate and a life expectancy of barely 36 years. I seek this same strength for myself. Grounded in a shared hope and covered by a ceiling of common convictions, I am s lowly con structing a more global idea o f h o m e With each day and eve r y journey I attempt to achi e v e a bit more progres s Winning the Rhode s afforded me the opportunity to attend the University of Oxford and travel to places like Morocco (North Africa) and Qatar (Middle East). Other prestigious fellowships, such as the Marshall and Fulbright f ellowships offer similar opportunities. I encourage you and every eligible universi.ty student you know to explore all of these and thoughtfully con sider how time abroad can transform your life. If I can help please let me know (garrett.johnson@exeter.ox.ac. uk) Ta111pa Pharanacist Receives National Recognition 'T1 r 0 2:! en m z ::::! z m r;m System Pharmacists (ASHP) for distinguished service to r pharmacy practice in hospi-tals and health systems. The Z award was presented June ;g 26, 2007 during the Society's m Summer Meeting, held in San Francisco. :r The ASHP Practitione. r m 0 DR. JOHN SCRIVENS Johh J. Scrivens, Jr., R.Ph., Ph.D., F ASHP, Director of Pharmacy Practice, Florida A&M University, College of Pharm;cy. & Pharmaceutical Sciences in Tampa, has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Health-Recognition Program recognizes excellence in practice and promotes public awareness of outstanding pharmacists. Each applicant's credentials are assessed against rigorous criteria that include contributions to the scientific literature, research, education and active involvement and leadership in profession al activities. Applicants also must have practiced pharmacy for at least 10 years. Since the program began in S67 Fellows have been recognized. July 8th, July 15th & July 22nd @4:00P.M. July a; 200 7 ' .. July 22, 2007 .-:-. Pastor T. Milton, Ft. : Come outond celebrate this joyous occasion with our church Fomily!! m < m -t c: m en c :I>! > z c 'T1 :::D c ...... ..... I )>

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c a: LL c z < c C/) w ::l .... w > w c w % 0 ::J m ::l a. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m ..:. w z i= z w C/) ( a: 0 ...J LL ,... w a;; ===LOCAL Legislation Gives More Employment Consideration To Veterans N ew Florida legislation that took effect July 1 will provid e more b e nefits to veterans when applying for government employment opp,ortunities. The law allows for veterans' preference every time a veteran applies for public employment. Prior legislation restricted veterans' preference to a single entitlement event, where a veteran for feited his or her employment preference eligibility once employed by a government agency. A veteran previously ineli gible for preference because they held or are currently holding a job with a public employer is now eligible to use their veterans' preference again with all employers covered by law. Recent legislation also redefines the term "veteran" to include active military, naval, or air service during Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom. Veterans who would like to find out how these legislative changes affect them should call the Hillsborough County Veterans Affairs Office at 813-975-2181. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 N. 35th Street REV. MADISON MURRAY, Pastor Theme: Word Up Speaking And Living For jesus Come out and have a wonderful time in the name of jesus. Everyone is cordially invited! SIS. HARRIET BRANNON, VBS Coordinator BRO. School rintendent BIRTHDAY (L) CHARLIE And (R) CUTIE Happy birthday to my beautiful daughters. From your mother, Cheredean Baker, 7-7-07. Aviation Authority DBE Outreach Meeting The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority will host two Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) outreach and general information meetings The first meeting is Thursday, July 12, 2007, 4-6 p. m. at Tampa International Airport, 3rd Level, Blue Side, in the Authority Board Room. The second meeting Saturday, August 25, 2007, 10 a. m -12 noon, at the West Tampa Public Library, 1718 N. Howard Ave Topics to be discussed include: Updated Disparity Study Results, Non-Federal Programs, Long Range Capital Development Program, Purchasing Opportunities (Goods and Services), Small Projects Group, DBE C ertifi c a ti o n/Uni fie d Certification Program (UCP), M/.WMBE Certification and On-Line Business/Supplier Registration For additional information, contact Jackie Smith (813) 870-7861 or email JSmith@TampaAirport.com. SentineJBulletin Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers In The Spotlight CARLITA This week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature is sure to stay on your minds . We are proud to present the stunning Carlita. This beauty is 5'7", a Sagittarius and says she loves spending time with her family and going to the movies. Carlita is currently employed at American Braids & Beauty, and says she has aspirations on being a successful business owner. When it comes to the man she likes, he must be respectful and hardworking Congratulations to Ca rlita on being this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature. NATIONAL COALITION OF 100 BlACK WOMEN, INC. Tampa Bay Chapter 15TH ANNIVERSARY Of ::.: ':.;":l : "Gourmet Gents: A Culinary Affair" Sunday, July 8, 2007 2 p. m. More Than 100 Male Participants ST. LAWRENCE PARISH HIGGINS HALL 5225 N. Himes Avenue Co-Chairpersons Ticket Donation: $25 ($30 at door) Door Prizes* Chance@ $1,000 Rooms-To-Go Ceqificate Honorary Co-Chairpersons: Congresswoman Kathy Castor And State Senator Arthenia Joyner George Nix, Mru.-ter of Ceremony Eric Myers, Music Entertainment .James Cole, Photographer Marion Cole, President

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LOCAL -...... --. -. -......... "" :c 0 'Pure Poet' Mentors Youth Through The Arts The best way to educate today's youth is by sharing your knowledge with them, and opening new doors of knowledge together At least that's what Dr. San Man says. "By exposing our youth to the arts and the many opportunities it provides, you pro vide them with so many choic es and opportunities. By shar ing the beauty of the arts, you open doors to our youth so they can see things they've only dreamed of Dr. San Man (Sanford Harper, Ill) is the founder of the Pure Poets Society, an organization created to men tor youth through the arts on a international level. -"In my search for understanding in life, 1 have experi enced an extreme portion of what we all strive for. In the spirit of this quest it is my desire to continue in the tradition of learning through attending graduate school." Dr. San Ma:q hopes that after his completion of graduate school, he will be better equipped to develop his orga nization and the minds of our youth. "I have elected religion as my discipline as a means of self assistance in my personal growth, as well as magnify the gift that God bestowed on me. "My objective is to publish my autobiography, "Apocalypse San Man, The Life of a Poet," to include the other six b "We have goals that w e U> m want to reach, mes-z sage that we want to pre-::::!. sent; S::J.id Coop;: ''The me$-: sage. in,--hip-liop cah b' e J ; : uncleal:.$ometimes, out" I \ feellike\..,e a c;hance t ? ; spread our message' locall y m ' -t and internationally. z Reporter I Writer -a Antione Davis can be C reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also be reached en atadavis@jlsentinel. com :::z: m c ----. m THO.\IAS E. PARNELL. Esq. < m -t c m U> c l> z 0 "T1 !! c Auto, Truck Motorcycle or Boat Accidents. Slip and Falls, Nursing Home Neglect or l\1ed. lVIalpractice. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. Our Finn Is Rated "AV"Byilfartilidale-Hubbell, Tlze Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standard, Worldwide.. The ofa lawyer is an important dcdslo.n 1hat.should n .ot be based Before \'OU dL'Cide, ask us to send \'ou FRI<:> written lnfoni1atlon about our .. :' .,.

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..... 0 0 C'\1. LOCAL Families Share Grief Of Children ""') >= Killed In Violent Acts LL Q a: LL Q z <( Q en w :::) t-it w > w Q w ::z: en :::; ID :::) a. z iii ..J ..J :::) ID .!I w z t= z w en C a: 0 ..J I.L. <( I "':t ,... w CJ' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter There are two dominant emotions a family feels when they've lost a loved one to violence. Once is grief and the other is anger. That anger grows when the person responsible remains free. On Saturday, June 30tb, family members of young men and women killed in violent crimes met to reach out to the community and share their experiences. Vivian Heyward, who organized the rally, said it was a great opportunity for the different familles to meet each other, and for the public to listen to their sto ries. "When they shared their grief and anger with the people who stopped by, I think everyone got a different perspective." Michelle whose son Marcus Johnson was murdered May 3, 2007, said she met two mothers who understand what she's gong through. "We talked about how we can help each other. Even members_ of the Nation of Islam offei-ed their services to find killers." Ms. Grimes said what was absent from Saturday's gathering was the We need more media attention to this. We need the television stations; radio stations, and other newspa pers to come. The community would get more involved if the media would get more involved. I think the community would understand better, and we could comfort each other better." ;Ms. Grimes said she also HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS Buddy Johnson Ms. Michelle Grimes spoke to several people afthe rally. Ms. Lucy Mills talks to a young man who stopped by ima get information 'during the rally. feels more mothers would come and rally with them if the media came out. "This is not just a Black problem. We all need to unite. Whether we are Black, ,white, Hispanic or whatever, it shouldn't matter. The pain of the loss is the same. "We want to stop the vio lence and bring more attention to the unsolved murders of young people. We need to do this every 2 or 3 months." Right now, the group is planning to meet again in October. Ms. Lucy Mills, grandmother "CJ" Mills, said the event turned out better than she expect ed. "I was very excited when I saw the other parents arriving and telling their stories. "We have too many people suffering the loss of loved ones. I hope this is just the beginning, and we keep having these rallies. We need to keep the faces of our children out there." Ms. Mills sends out a plea to parents to talk to their children and if they know something, go with them so they can fell safe and allow them to talk to "They're scared, and we understand that. That's why they keep silent. They need the support of their parents so they can be assured they will be protected. "This isn't going away. The criminals need to know they have a rude awakening coming. Darla Saunders, whose son Isaiah Brooks was also murdered, pledged to have photos of the murdered children put on bus benches to raise awareness. A mobilization meeting has been scheduled for Saturday, July 14th at the Children's Board Meeting, 1002 East Palm Avenue. The meeting is scheduled from Rally organizer Vivian J.J ... .,..,, who wanted to pledge her help. 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. LaSandra J>arker, one of the conveners for the meeting, said it is being sponsored by the local organizing cominittee of the Bay Areh 1 'Millions: More Movement. "The plan is to bring together organizations to address the concerns of the community as: a united force. We feel as a group, we will have more power. \ We Have An,swers. HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE? Call us at (813) 272-5850 or IT'S EASY! qet an application on our website or Visit your public library!

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LOCAL SPORTS ., JJ 0 )> Middleton Tigers Golf Tournament c.. c The First Annual Middleton Tigers Golf Tournament was held recently at Rogers Park. Proceeds from the event will benefit the sports programs at the school The event was hosted by the booster club. (Photographs by Sylvester Harris) Team 2 was winner of the golf tournament. Team members were: Don Skillman, Rufus Lewis, Odel Stroud, Willie Bradley and Joe Reed, Middleton Assistant Principal. Officers of the 2007-2008 Middleton High School Tigers Athletic Boosters Club are: Joe Reed, Athletic Director; Billy Felder, Treasurer; Ray Mathews, President; Angelette Murray, Secretary; Roosevelt Lawrence, Vice President; Dave Best, Fin!lneial Secretary and Billy Reed, Advisor. 51'1 I\) 0 0 -....! ., r 0 ::c 0 )> CJ) m z ::! z m r I IJJ c r r m Members of Team 3 were: left to right, R. J. Moore, M. L. ::! Williams, Keith Daniels and Kelly Williams. z "'0 c IJJ r Cii ::::t m 0 m < m ::c -< -i c m CJ) 0 )> -< )> z 0 ., ::c 0 ;g G") m .... 01 I )>

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c 0: u.. c z < c en w :::: 1-> 0: w > w c w ::I: (J) ::::i III :::: a. z i= w ..J ..J :::: m ...:. w z i= z SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY Tiger Woods Breaks More Ground Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. are recog nized as two of golfs greatest players. Tiger Woods has already joined them as a game great. Palmer has his tournament that he hosts. It has been called the Bay Hill InvitationaL Jack has his tournament, and it is called The Memorial. This week ,they are playing Tiger Woods' tournament, and it is called the A&T Invitational Tournament, hosted by Tiger Woods. No other player on the PGA Tour has his own tournament. Tiger's tournament is played in Washington, D. C. at the Congressional Golf and Country Club. The tournament is going on this weekend. C. Blythe Andrews Returns To Ray J. Stadium For years, Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., Chairman of. the Florida Sentine l Bulletin, served as a member of the Tampa Sports Authority. At the end of his tenure, Mr. Andrews walked away from the stadium, and stayed away until last September. In mid-September, C. Blythe Andrews returned to the stadium. The scene was the Florida Sentinel ward to coming to Ray J Stadium on Saturday, September 29, 2007. The occasion again will be the Florida Sentinel H eritage Classic. Make plans to be with Mr. Andrews on that evening for the game. The classic will be the only game in. town that night. Last year the game and the battle of the two bands was exciting and down-right good. Title One Is In Trouble! Title One is a sports law that requires schools to have as many sports for females as it does for males. While the law remains in effect, schools are beginning to find ways to circumvent the rule. This is especially true of colleges. The move toward eliminating Title One is already underway. Schools think that many women sports don't bring in any money. So they eliminate a mens sport that doesn't bring in much or any money. By doing this, the schools eliminate a cost. The schools can find-the girls to play the sports. They just don't want to pay the cost of sports that don't bring in money and not much recognition Heritage Classic, the annual < football game between Blake C and Middleton. M:r:. a: 0 ..J u.. < I U) ,.... w G Andrews enjoyed himself. Mr. Andrews looks for-3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 69 and Up Latex Flat White Paint .......... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint ........ $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set ......................... $2.49 ea. 3" Brushes .... ........................... 99 ea. SALE PRICES COOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! SPORTS Local Prep Baseball Star Signs With Washington Nationals The Washington Nationals picked Michael Burgess, a Tampa native, 49th overall in the recent Major League Draft. The t8-year-old will start his pro career with the m!nor league Gulf Coast Nationals. One of Tampa's most talented high school baseball players has a new home in the Major Leagues. Michael Burgess signed with the Washington Nationals Monday night. The 18-year-old .Hillsborough High grad was the 49th over-all pick in the 2007 FirstYear Player Draft, and received a $630,000 signing bonus. "This is a great opportuni ty, and it's one that I didn't wimt to pass on. I'm excited about taking this next step in my baseball career, and happy to j oin a great org a nization like the Washing t o n Nationals," said Burgess. Burgess was name d the AFLAC High School Player of the Year and a Louisville Slugger All-American following his junior s e a s on, batting .511 with 12 homers, 48 RBis and 24 ste al s. The Terriers outfielder fell on the draft board because of a mediocre s enior year where he hit .338 with three home runs. Burgess and the Nationals believe the slump was due to a change in his bat swjng. We know when his sweet spot connects to the ball, it's thunderous. It's special, said Nationals General Jim Bowden. "The r e is some development that needs to take place in Michael, but all the potential is there." Burgess will start his professional caree r with the rookie-level Gulf Coast Nationals before being called up to the major leagues. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also be reached at adavis@fls e ntin el.c om Do you enjoy bumper to bumper traffic? Do you want children to attend overcrowded schools? Do believe uncontrolled urban sprawl is the best way to grow? THEN DO NOT COME TO THIS MEETING! il -:' ,,' '! :' .. ___ .... _.--...... ...... ''""'-""' I However, if you believe in responsible growth, c!'dequate infrastructure, livable communities, and want to learn about changes to the Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan COME -TO OUR OPEN HOUSE! Thursday, July 12 HCC Brandon Campus l 0414 E. Columbus Drive Tampa, FL 33619 5:30 p.m. to 7 : 30 p.m. Brandon/Valrico/ Thonotosassa Area Thursday, July 19 South Shore Regional Library 15816 Beth Shields Way Ruskin, FL 33573 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.rn. South County Area \ Thursday, July 26 Alonso High School 8402 Montogue Street Tampo. fl 33635 5 : 30 p.m. to 7 : 30 p .m. Town N' Country/ Citrus Park Area For more information regarding the Comprehensive Plan 'Update Open House, please contact the Planning Commis s i on at 813.27 2 5940 or /ac o l!aa @plancom.org.


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