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62 Years In The Tampa Bay Area an Shoots Himself While Beating Girlfriend SEE STORY ON PAGE 23 Cong, Castor Helps T Save. Upwlrd Bound SEE PAGE 2 < FAMU Grad Hired ... ... As writer lor CBS SEE PAGE 7 E. Tampa Meeting To Addres, Zoning. SEE PAGE 3 Woman In Machete A SEE PAGE 23 DREAMERS AGAINST DRUGS Dreamers Against Drugs is an award-winning program sponsored by the City of Tampa Recreation Department. Ten ki9S' have found a formula for an anti-drug message that other kids dm relate to -theysing, dance and .fC\P to get the message out about the dangers Qf various -drugs. The youngsters have beerf on,tour since June visiting the area's Rec Centers and Boys_ and Gi rls Clubs. Their final performance will be July,.1 8th at the Museum of Scie 'nce and Industry (MOSI); They are: Alesha, Krystal, Johnnie, DeMario, Ale'xis, Joel, Charlvester, Cayley, 'Charity and Virnessa. David Jankiewicz and Megan James are directors of the group (Photograph .by Jerry Brunson)


,..... 0 0 "' FEATURES CongreSS1Noman -JOins Fight To '>-icC c a: LL c z c( >icC c :en w 1-> .a: c w :::z::: en :::i m a. z tu _,J _,J m I _,J w z i= z w en <1: c a: 0 _,J LL Save Up1Nard Bound-Program Aniong those in attendance at the press conference were (front row) from left to right: Mrs. Chloe Coney, District Director for U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor's Office; U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor; Jasmyn Hendricks, a student in the Upward Bound Program at USF; Ms. Van Best, Community Activist; and Ms. Evelyna Richardson, a retired educator. Shown on the back row from left to right: Frank Crum, Television Producer/Director for the City of Tampa; Dr. Joan Holmes, Assistant Dean at USF; Bob Davis, Director of the Upward Bound Program at USF; and Clifton Tyson, who is also a student in the Upward Bound Program. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter For more than 40 years bay area high school students bene fited from the Upward Bound at the University of South Florida. Its director, Bob Davis, was notified on May 31st that it would-come to an end. As the news spread throughout the comqJ.(.Ip.ity, many sought ways to keep the doors open. On Monday during a press conference, U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor announced a bill is expected to be passed this week to save the program and others like it throughout the country. In response to the loss of funding, Rep. Bobby Scott, of Virginia, introauced an amendment to Education and Labor Committee Chairman George Miller's College Cost Reduction Act. If it passes, Scott's amendment will restore $120 million from 2008 to 2oll to several Upward Bound Programs including the prc;>gfllni at USF; c Castdr strong bi-partisan support for this bill. This program is very imp-ortant because more students have the opportunity to be successful in college and in their lives. This program has allowed many students to become the first in their fami lies to attend <;;ollege. Since its inception, more thari 3,0'00 students have" successfully completed the program and become college graduates. Some of those include: Bob Davis, current Program Director of Upward Bound; Frank Crum, Television Producer/DireCtor for the City of Tampa; and Mrs. Chloe Coney, who is currently the District for Congresswoman Castor's office and the recipient of the Upward Bound Graduate Outstanding Achievement Award in 1997 Congresswoman Castor wants to help the students of today benefit. from the program as others have in the past. Jasmyn and Clifton Tyson joined Congresswoman Castor at the press conference. .. J asinyn is a :at Durant High School and a resident of lAttorriey-EflC t.tayt()fji --------------------- CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION W. Kennedy Blvd. 259-4444_. Former Asst. Attorney General for Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor '. The hiring of a laWyer an important decision that should not be solely upon Before you decicde, ask to send you free written infonnation about : our qualifications and experience. Plant City. She will become the first member of her family to attend college as a result of the program. "It's like a second home for me because they really push you to go that extra mild. They guide us through the process. It's so much more than acaderriics.;' Clifton Tyson said, "The program helped me to get my head on straight. It has been a blessing for me. I have a little brother who looks up to me and I want the program to continue for him." Tyson is a senior at Middleton High School. Bob Davis said, "If I had to use one word to describe the program, it would be HOPE. It provides hope to those students who don't have the motivation or resources to attend "This program serves as an excellent tool for mentoring students and helping .thousands of low-income children. Upward Bound requires the benefit of federal funding to continue to make a positive impact on our students. I was very disappointed when I heard about the funding cuts to the program," Congresswoman Castor said. Woman Feels Family Members Wrongly Accused An incident the night of July 4th involving a Tampa Police Officer being hit by a lit fire cracker has led to the arrest of a teenager. The incident occurred in the Robles Park Public Housing Complex when officers were called to investigate a report of several Black males tossing firecrackers at each other. When Officer Timothy Gaddis arrived, he reported an unknown Black male tossing a large firecracker at him, strik ing his leg, exploding, and leav ing a burn mark on his pants. The firecracker then found its way into a marked unit, burning the floorboard. Officers used an extinguisher to put the fire out. The teenager who tossed the firecracker was described as a Black male, 12 to 15 years old, 5'7'' tall and weighing 150 pounds. On July 6th, officers patrolling in the complex arrested and charged 16-yearold Remus Randall. Randall was also wanted on warrants, police said. In a separate incident July 5th, police said Jamir Burden and another teenager were arrested. According to police spokesperson Andrea Davis, an officer who had been burned the day before by a firecracker was responding to the area of Lake Avenue and Avon Street with two other officers. They were told there were kids standing behind a wall shoot ing firecrackers. "When the officers arrived, they observed the fireworks coming from behind the wall. When they saw the officers approaching them from the front, some of them ran. However,Burden and another teenager stayed, and as Burden was preparing to light 'firecracker, he was unaware of an officer him from behind. he was warned the office]:}.as coming, he dropped the firecracker and the lighter n"avis said that incident at 11:30 p.m., and Burden was charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. "When officers ran a check on Burden, they discovered he had no prior arrests, and felt he was acting on peer pressure." Betty Stewart, mother of Burden and aunt of Randall; said she feels both teenagers were targeted by police and did nothing wrong. "I think this whole thing is wrong. They locked my son up for 21 days, and he didn't do anything wrong." Ms. Stewart said she intends to get the official report on the incident, but insists her SOl} did nothing wrong and shouldn't have been charged. HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED IN A Were You Hurt! Need A Good Doctor And Someone.Who Will Properly Document Your Case! Need Your Car Fixed! 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--FEATURES GrantWorkshop Consultant To Visit Bay Area MS. JACKIE POWELL Grant Writing Consultant For more than 20 years, Ms. Jackie Powell has been sharing her knowledge of grant writing with others. This weekend, Ms; Powell will be in the Tampa Bay area to provide assistance to those wishing to learn the craft. A resident of Detroit, Ms. Powell is experienced as a strategic planner, systems engineer, educator, operations manager, and executive resource manager for various iridustries. During the last six years, she has concentrated her energies on 'capacity planning, grant writing, fundraising, research and development for non:-profit agencies in the greater metropolitan Detroit and Chicago areas. During the workshop that will be held Saturday, Ji.tly 14th, at Sago Palm Academy, 3411 N. 29th Street, from 9 a m. until 2 p.m. Ms. Powell will discuss the correct format to apply for a grant, the use of grant money, who is eligible to apply for government assistance, tips on starting new businesses as well as information on securing grants for existing businesses "Everyday the government gives grants to businesses ranging .from large corporate bailouts to helping average people start their own small business. "You may want to develop an invention, continue on your career path through education, expand or renovate yom existing facility or purchase equipment. The possibilities are endless," Ms. Powell stated. Some of the topics she will discuss include : Starting yom own 501(c)3, which will cover issues ranging from name verification to recruit ing board members. Grassroots fundraising, which focuses on helping organizations with budget issues and the development of diverse income streams and a broad base of individ ual donors. And, grant writing, for community organizations or businesses. Reporte1 Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or byemail at iris@Osentinel.com. WARREN DAWSON 221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. Ille Hiring Dl A Lawver Is An Important Decision That Should Not Be Based Solely Upon Adverdsements, Before You Decide. Ask The Lawver To Send You Free lnlormallon About Their Qualrllcallons And Experience East Tampa Group To Discuss Zoning Issues BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Tuesday (today) July 1oth, the East Tampa Revitalization Partnership will be meeting at the Cyrus Green Park Community Center, 2007 East MLK, Jr. Boulevard at 10 a.m. Special guests at the rneeting will be Keith Greminger of URS Corporation and Kalu \Vatanabe, of the Ran Development Group. Greniinger's group represents consultants working on a s-year strategic action plan for the revitalization of East Tampa. East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chairman Sam Kinsey said the primary topic of concern at their last meeting was issues concerning zoning. "We asked Greminger and Watanabe to return to clarify issues concerning zoning changes in the area. "Those are important issues, and we felt it was important East Tar:npa residents understand clearly what they mean." SAM_ KINSEY ETCRP Chitirman One area of concern was that eminent domain would be used to acquire personal properties in East Tampa. Residents were assures that will not be part of the process. "The area of zoning we talked about the most were those concerning commercial projects," said Mr. Kinsey. "Commercial corridors especially those along 22nd Street, are only a lot deep, and that limits what you can do with those areas That's why it's so important that a feasible plan be worked out for revitalization of East Tampa over the next 27 years. We want to create the climate for the review of zoning issues as part of the revitalization plan." Mr. Kinsey explains that sometimes zoning changes can be brought ?bout to keep things out as well as bring things in. "East Tampa has a high per centage of mix-use (commer cial, industrial and residential) combined in one area. We need to look at those areas carefully to see h _mvthat fits those areas. { "Sometimes, it's necessary to protect residential areas from erosion, or take some residential areas and make them commercial. The community's input is vital when looking at those issues." Representatives from the City of Tampa's Clean City Division will be at the meeting to discuss what they're doing in East Tampa and there will be more discussion on the problem of illegal dumping in the area. Mr. Kinsey said there aren't any projects underway or planned that will be discussed at this meeting. Incarcerated Son Inspired By Mother's Ministry Shane Anthony, Sr. is a part of his mother's inspiration for her ministry. Though the inspiration has come through some troublesome circumstances, things are working out for the better. Anthony is incarcerated at Jefferson Correctional Institution. His mother, Gloria McNair, is, the founder of My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, a Tampabased ministry that distributes Bibles and offers inspirational leaflets for inmates. "My mother writes over 300 inmates throughout Florida, Kentucky and California pris ons. I know my mother, and I can see that she's exhausted sometimes, but she never complains She invests in her ministry," said Anthony, Sr. "I should have receiv e d a life sentence for my crimes, but through a lot of support and prayers, I'm a year away from another opportunity." Anthony, Sr., 32, was charged with seven counts of trafficking cocaine, but believes the inspiration from his mother has definitely helped him and other inmates. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS GLORIA MCNAIR Founder, My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry "She loves what she does," Anthony, Sr. said. "She real ly cares about the spiritual growth of all the inmates she's in contact with, and she deserves to be applauded." For more information on My Brothers 2 Keep or to request a Bible, please call (813) 516-6780. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or ada.vis@Osentinel.com. 501 E. 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Opinions expressed on editorial pages ollhls newspaper by Column ists or Guest Writers, do nol-.arily relloct tho odi loriai stance o f Tho Florldo Sentinel Bulletin rif lhe Publisher Black Women Move To Their lmagel doubt, many of our readers will be happy to that recently, 'women at Rev. Jesse ackson 's Rainbow /PUSH Conference addressed the degradation of women in hip-hop music. Indeed, women attending the conference issued and adopted a historical manifesto calling for "an end to the degradation of women in advertising and media, particularly in rap and hip-hop." However, at the PUSH Conference's annual women's luncheon, which honored leading businesswomen, one of the honorees -Linda Johnson Rice, President and CEO of Johnson Publishing Company (publishers of Ebony and Jet magazines) stated, "The music industry should not bear the blame alone." Rice indicated that a serious misrepresentation of women existed in the American culture, on multiple (ronts. In addition, she blamed poor choices made by women as well as the bad behavior that women have modeled for young girls, that also Black women are viewed, around the '!_The Johnson Publishing CEO emphasized how "self-respect, self-esteem and selfdiscipline" were keys to guidb:tg Black women to "all levels of achie\rement;'' . Clearly and eloqttently, Ms. Rice placed the responsibility for women reclaiming and reframing their image against abuse and misuse for profit or for other reasons, squarely on tJte shoulders and at the feet of women themselves. ConSequently, the Rainbow/PUSH organization has taken the lead in launching a move-ment by Black womeri to rescue their image. Surely, all an.d women's groups continue to have theij-work eut out fo.,-them, teaching and modelhag for. yriung' girls on how to behave and dress with respect aii4 So, here's a toaSt to Black women everywhere who b;tve taken steps to reclaim their love. and: self-respect. And thanks to Rainbow/PUSH for helping_ to k eep the.dream alive. of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick -just h;tppens to be Black -reminds us of slave .ancestors whose efforts, when the slaves were. freed,. helped launch the spirit of Ainer.ca's system bf free public education (though given credit). Why? In a dramatic and bold move last month' ; Patrick announced a proposal to make Massachusetts the first state since 1984 to consider offeriDg a free two-year community college education or technical school training to all high school graduates in the state by tile year 2015. Patrick's visionary "cradle to career" education initiatives ,.are desigqed to prepare workers and students to meet the state's need to fill jobs that companies are 'lilt having difficulty filling. Currently, Massachusetts has w 20,000 unfilled jobs requiring a two-year college CJ degree. In an earlier editorial, we expressed our concern that nearly 7o% of American businesses were Reflections Between American Independence And The Civil War (Series) to this "Only two ates, Georgia and th Cai.Qlina, con tinued to oppose the enlistment of Black soldiers. It was a source of considerable embarrassment to Colonel John Laurens, who in 1778 was asked to raise several battalions of Blacks in his native South Carolina. In 1779, the Continental Congress recommended that 3,000 Blacks be recruited in Georgia and South Carolina. The Congress was to pay the owners over $1,000 for each slave recruited, and at the end of the war the sla v e was to be set free and given $so What's going on here? We've got slavery going on in the midst of the struggle for freedom and independence. Somehow, we must untangle things here. Now the Civil War in tbis country would not be taking place until some89 years later in 1865. Hell, we're oyer there in Iraq today about freedom and democracy and we still have unfinished business here at home over 200 years old Is this how we should look at the realities of history? Until we get things in ordered per spective, we as a people and a nation will be living in such a time zone of big lies with Jul y 4th one big joke y ear in and y ear out ; We will never be free as Jesus would say, until truth is told once and for all. Slaves Wanted Freedom Too-1777 ... To the Honorable Counsel and House of Representatives for the State of Massachusetts Bay in General Court assem bled,-Jan. 13; 1m ... "Among a people professing mild religion of Jesus a people not insensible of the secrets of rational being nor without spirit to resent the unjust endeavors of others to reduce them to a state of bondage and subjection deprived of every social privi lege of everything requested to render life tolerable is far wor s e than nonexistence. Suc h was filed on behalf of slav es in the House -of R epresentative s, State of M a ssachus etts. .Just Let It Gol month marked the anniversary of the urders of Ron Goldlnan and Nicole Brown Simpson. Noted athlete 0. J. Simpson, was arrested, tried, and acquitted of the double murder. Simpson was acquitted in part because money was no object and he had the best legal defense money could buy. He also may have been acquitted because of the handiwork of then Los Angeles Police Detective Mark Fuhrman, who is alleged to have helped "create" evidenc e linking Simpson to the double homicide. Fuhrman demonstrated to the world that his investigative skills are such that he couldn't find a lollipop in a candy store (I'm still trying to figure out how a pair of blood-drenched socks can end up in an upstairs bedroom closet without a sin gle drop of blood falling on white carpet. Something is defia Double Murderer." He nitely wrong with that picture) ; also has the rights to Sin 1 pson s If Simpson did commit the name, likeness, life story and double murder, (which I still right of publicity in connection don't believe), he s been acquitwith the book. ted and he can't be tried again. Is it me, or is there someTo try him againwould be dou-thing wrong with this? If ble jeopardy and our judicial Simpson did commit the mursystem doesn't allow it. ders, it seems sort of morbid to The families of the victims buy the actually confession. couldn t accept the verdict and Immeqiately after the filed a civil suit against him and deaths, Goldman was parwon, probably otit of sympathy., trayed as the grieving father : Simpson filed bankruptcy and Now,it seems that his pursuit lias yet to settle the $33 : 5 mil-has become a pursuit lion settlement. ofthealmightydollar. But Goldman's father, Fred .... I thinka more fittingtribJ)te received ariy t o t he 'mei:nory moriey. it seemsthal he be scholarship ft1nd orsoil}ewill forever be in pursuit of i t thing positive thatwil t pear his His at getting paid came abput when he won folk s might th ht t s get the 1mpresswn that dollars e ng s o Impson s can. ._ :. celled boqk, "if I Did n ; : :, m1ll1?1JS 9f t .he the nghts tQ. the ; bookfrOI : n : the -. bankruptcy trustee 3,ti d : plans He needs to let the dead to re-release it. He warits to rest and just leave everything rename it to of tq a'higher authontj: : ..... ; r reporting problems in filling open However, appears to h .ave clear vision. and a strong solution for taking care of his state's. needs iii tlie future. The plan for community colleges and technical schools is projected to betwe.eh $50 to $75 million ayear. _. Consequently, the adage that you either "pay t19w or pay later" is appropriate when one considers the cost of public assistance to the unemployed (healthcare, food stamps, etc.), crime and victims of crime that unemployment brings. In addition, consider. that women, other mlporities-along with the poor, stand to benefit from an educational system -as proposed-by Patrick. Indeed, his idea is one whose time is long overdue.Quite possibly,.s\ich a change of direction would attract more industry to Qur state, apd also increase tax In other words, we believe G!)v. Patrick's decision makes good sense good dollars and cents! If it could work for Massachusetts, why not for Florida? .:: -. ._.


COLUMNS The Ne1Nest Black Eaglel every nqw and then, would be faced, even by an do not. read newspa-astronaut circling the globe in er articles that raise a single-engine, single-seater our spirits and lift our souls airplane which -from the toward the heavens, theri very ground -would certainly soon, we will stop reading have looked like a mosquito newspapers. But -before that struggling across the Atlantic happens, let me introduce and the Pacific. Therefore, you to Barrington Irving. what was unbelievable Write that name in your have to 'be diary book! Put it on your cal. physical a#. d mental state, endar! If you and your loved and not his complexion, so it one are about to have a boy would seem. child, and you're in a Howeve1', fact Irving is quandary as to what he might -Jamaican to be spebe named think about nam-cific -surely causes a spark ing him 'BARRINGTON of pride in those of us who IRVING. WHAT'S-HIS-remember Donny NAME! Why? I'll tell you Hathaway's great anthem, why. "To Young, Gif.ted 1-nd Young Barrington Irving, Black. No doubt, It bnngs 23 did something that hasn't to ou! eyes, when we been done by a precocious thmk bad news oung man in his twenties and d1smal t1dmgs we have ;ince another to1bear these young man in his twenties t lat a ways to d'd .1 '] 8 our young men 111 a ternble 1 a sum ar l 11ng o years 1 1 Th l Ig lt. ago. e ot young mans No doubt young Irving's name was Charles .' 1 A t L' db h parents were speechless. He ugus ubs In 1 erg -ha is said to have waved at the country oy -w 10 on t e d d 11 1 d f M 1 several hun re we w1s 1ers ate 0 ay 20, 1927, too" .Jt (as opposed to the thousands upon Inmself to become the 1 .. ..bb d w 10 mo e young fi1 st human bemg to fly non-L' db h 1 1 d 1 In erg w 1en 1e an liS stop across the Atlant1c 1 Tl Sp' 't f St .. L db h p ane, 1e I n o oms, Ocean. erg was 25 touched down in Paris), and But two years when Irving was interyoung_er d1d Lmdbergh viewed, he piped, ''I'm home." one thmg better. Then humble as a church On .June 26, 2007, after mou;e he added "I am three mo_nths in a sinproud have had th'e opporgle-engme, Barrington tuni'ty to live my dream." Irving became the younge_st Charles Lindbergh person tQ fly a solo-trq) ("Lucky Lindy" they called around the world! But that him), is also said to have isn't all. Irving -an aero-approached his fame in a shy space student -had been manner. diagnosed as mentally and But there's one more thing I physically challenged before didn't tell you about young that flight And by the way, Barrington. The name of there's one other thing I his plane was "THE didn't tell you. Young RATION!" I know, it gave me Barrington Irving is Black! chill-bumps too! Now, finish That, of course, doesn't your morning coffee, and for matter. The fact young the remainder of th. e day, Barrington Irving is Black think about Black folks being is no doubt incidental to the among the first to set foot on overwhe)ming odds that the planet Mars! : ."The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 1 I : .,. Sent 1 I f'i A)m)!!J!ttin Mailing Address: : : (813 .248 .. 1921. City: State:_Zip:_ 1 I I I Mail Or Bring Paymcnfro: I Check One 1 1 2207 E. 21st Ave., Tampfi: FL 33605 I Cash Money ()rder Cmiit Canis Only!. _6 Months $44 _1 Year $&7 1 1 I ___________________________________ J erVievv .. .. aybe there is noth-County, Polk County, Pasco time in Tampa using our ser-c: m C/) c c.. c: !<. -" 9 1\) 0 0 ...... ing the City of County, Manatee County, vices and systems free. Isn't ) : Tampa can do Hillsborough County and oth-there anything elected offi it, but the issue is constantly ers. These people come into cials can do? Is there any kind on my mind. I may be the. tht:: City of Tampa and work of tax law thiS city can pass only guy in town concerned all week long. \Y._hen payday that will be deducted from about this issue. I want to comes, they take their pay-these citizens or visitors paymake sure that it is in the checks and drive out of our checks? thoughts of elected city offi-city without Tampa getting Call it a use of faCilities tax, cials, so I just want to put it one dime fromthem. a, seJ:Vice :a 'out there. afe in ., -The issue is the many, many Tampa' earning a liVing, they tial possible tax dollars that drive use our roads, otlr policemen, the city bra,in .trust.can. cotne in and out of our city every our water, sys-up with. 1 th.is is day. Get on the expressway tern and our sewage system as something worth having city any morning between 7 a. m. well as other city infrastruc--staff and city .attorneys to and 9 a. m., or any afternoon tures. They add to the usage, study. We see if there between 4 p. m. and 6 p. m. and the wear and tear of these is any way we. can get sonie You will notice that the systems. tax qollars from all of those expressway is loaded with What does the City of paychecks that ride out of cars coming into our city in Tampa collect frorn them? Tampa every payday the mornings, and cars leavNothing! Soine of these regu-"T1 r-0 ing our city in the evenings. Jar visitors to our city buy untouched by city govern-Those cars are carrying/ their gas at home, bring their ment. c )> potential tax .dollars in and lunches and wait until they If it can be done, then offiout of our city. get back home to do their cials should immediately take C/) m z ::! z m r;m c: r r m They bring people who shopping. ste.ps to implement such a come here from Pinellas These people spend a lot of plan. ... z "C c: OJ r-'If You Start Me Upl' c;; :I: m c d;:d ................... ..... n1ed1a ga1 bage. Journalism 101 teaches of sensationalism. It is a term not so recognized by the gen eral public but so often used more often today than ever before in broadcasting and/or publishing history. Not too. long ago, media moguls began to identify that the majority of us were no longer interested in their naiTOW"minded version(s) of presenting newsworthy reports, information and just plain ole intelligent newscasts. So, in their notso-classy demonstration(s) of "telling it like it is," they opted to pursue one of the forbidden avenues of journalism. Thus, sensationalism is simply "subject matter, language, or style designed to amaze or thrill." Except when real news is given to us in between a news anchor or reporter's commentary on what he or she had for or how the family pet behaves, how does one make a rational and smart conclusion about locaCnational and international events? rlyou start me up. To date, we couldu't possibly guess or conceive "the amount spent on weapo1i.s by the United States in 2006." Well, presume or consider no more. How about $528 billion dol lars? "According to the annual report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, U.S. spending on arms now represent 46_ percent of global spending on weapons." If yo it start me up I'll never stop. "Black infants in Florida die at rates four times that of white infants, and a bill signed into law Monday by Gov. Charlie Crist allocates $1-million to why so many black infants die before they're strong enough to sit up. The od z c "T1 If you start me up I'll never ::c stop. I've been nnming hot. c You got me ticking gonna ?< blow my top. Aside from the fact that the White House is overrun with arrogance, testosterone and cow manure, "In a bold new strategy to avoid a congressional subpo-ena, Vice President Dick Cheney on Wednesday declared himself a national monument." And, the band played ofL If you start-me up; lyrics, Rolling Stones. Finally, in his niost declin-ing moment and ''risking a political backlash, President Bush threw out the year prison set1tence for former White House 1\ide l. Lewis 'Sco9ter' Libby Monday but st.opped short of giving him a full pardon." for news'? The Black American Pn'ss has all that you need to know to lw in the know. Pt'

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LOCAL Ne1N Community Center To Hold -\ Ribbon Cutting Ceremony ____ H.O;P.E CENTER __ "Takiil'g ;backoO.r comll1Uiiities one Soul at a time." ,."'' .. ,_.-. ,' BY LEON B. CREWS: Sentinel StaffWriter adult computer classes (Saturdays), and a food ser-vices food bank. On Thursday, July 12th at 1 The food wiil operate p.m., Phase II of the H.O.P.E. thiough referrals from (Helping Om:,.People Excel) American Second Harvest Community Center will hold a Food Bank, or people in need ribbon cutting ceremony. can come to the center on The ceremony will be a pretheir own. Jude to the grand opening of The center will be operated the new facility at 4902 North by a staff of 10 volunteers, all 22nd Street. members of Bible Truth Sharla Jenkins, Program Ministries, and partnered with Director at H.O.P.E., said the _B.E.S.T. (Bran Expansion cent;:!r actually opened in May, Scholastic Training), who will but had been operating out of help with training into those the Bible Truth Ministries interested in getting into the qu, ilding directl:y.;)?ehilid the:! ;health caie field. -. '_ _'--. : "In May, wewere offering ;t:We'don'tfocus on any par-these same services out of tfthlai age. group at the center, Bible Truth Ministries," said and we're in partnership with Ms. Bible TnrtJF M 'i n fsb-ies, who "We owe a lot of thanks to has a private school up and our pastor, Daniel Dean, runnii1g." who actually constructed both Amorig the services the cen-He's also the -. ter will offer are youth and founder of the community chess cl\tbs, an adtilt center." teani., 3-weekend The center is funded through donations from the community and the church. Bible Truth Ministries has been active in community projects, such as community cleanups and assisting at least 3 homeowners in getting their homes painted. "On the community cleanup projects, we've worked with Clean City on two projects and done one on our own," said Ms. Jenkins. "On the painting projects, we partnered with the city's Code Enforcement .Department in identifying homeowners who needed their .homes painted, but couldn't afford it. We used volunteer from the church to >Paint the homes, and have projects planned for the future." The public is invited co come out to the ribbon cutting cere mony, and is asked to contact the office at (813) 231-9177 to RSVP. Do you :_have ; .... .-www.gouttri al.com t? u ---1 FAMU Grad Hired As Writer For CBS's 'Cold Case' c: m en 0 c.. c: BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff'Writer !:( it leads to bigger and better ..a. things." 9 Garrett left Vibe A Florida A&M University enrolled in the o graduate is now a writer for :screen writing pro-""" one ofthe most popular shows gram: at the Universit)' of on Kellye Garrett Southern California. She's is_ the JleWest writer for the worked oh Lifetime televi: CBS drama "Cold Case. sian's "AngelEyes," arid wrote The St. Petersburg native a special for CBS's "Without a started her career as an edito. Trace". Garrett says that dal assistant at the Daily she's also currently working News in New York after gradon an : original television pilot uating frOQl FAMU' School of and is c9-authoring a sh.ort Journalism and Graphicl ;-story Communications in 2000. She "I've always had an overacthen worked at Vi be tive imagination, and I've Magazine, keeping track, of always writing. I feel freelance writers before being that writing for television is hired by CBS. the perfect place to use both "I enjoyed my journalism of those sJq}ls;'' s aid Garrett. career, but after a while I got ''I'm excited to see how the tired of coyer:ing people doing show works, and what other amazing things. I wanted to opportunities this could lead do somethingamazing myself to." and this was a great opportu-"Cold Case"_ airs each nity," said Garrett. "I can Sunday at9 p.m., and is the honestly say that this is the No. 1-rated show in its time "T1 job I really wanted, and I hope frame. r 0 ::::c ... -9241 N. 56th St,Tampa, F'L M-F 5:30P.M. Saturday 9:A. M. -1 P.M. (813)985-0033 Fax: (813).988-8980 -Eow Rates Friendly Atmdiiplzere Yourc A-OK With Us DUI Friendly, -IIardship License, Suspended License, State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates liz Tow1i \lTOI:'\Sl'R\:'\CE & C0\1:\IERER DOIIIAtl'6 c-6CHRAN ; JASMINE ,-,,;-;: -:. .'. .' .... :"::-:: / -.. a1,:: m. Worship service Speaker: PASTOR PEE' CALL INS .O.f Greater New -Hope Anointed Ministries, Plant Fl Friday July U"til 'N16H:aoc __ e c _rQ_up, Fabulous Expressions By Grace Mime Mintstry1 Of Praise, Mentqrsfor Victorious Prais e Of c;:,ounty, Destmed To Pra1se Dancers, Daughters of Z1pn, S1lent l'raiz!!, Skye Parnsh, :;_ Oak Park AngeJ}, and La Brawn Saffold, -.: Recording Artist: Paula Stevens-Jones & The Amb ---;ass en m z ::! z m m < m ::::c -< -1 c: m en 0 > < -:J> z 0 :'T1 :!:! 0 ?<-


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ENTERTAINMENT Last Of Original Drifters Dies At Age 81 NEW YORK --Rhythm and blues singer Bill Pinkney, the last surviving memb e r of the original lineup of The Drifters, was found d ea d in hi s hotel robm hours befor e he was due to perform in a July 4 celebration. Police s pokesman Jimmie Flynt said 81-year-old Pinkney was found dead on W ednesday eveningat Hilton Daytona Bea-ch Oceanfront Resort in Florida There was no evidence of foul play, he said. Pinkney was scheduled to perform with The Original Drifters that night for U.S. Independence Day festivities. His manager Maxine Porter said Pinkney had been suffering from heart problems recently but that it was too soon to say if the cause qf death was a heart attack. She said a funeral would be held next week in Sumter in Pinkney's home state of South Carolina. The Drifters were known for such hits as "Money Honey," "Unde r the BILL PINKNEY Boardwalh," and the 1954 cover version of "White Christmas." Pinkney, a World War Two veteran. and former pitcher for the New York Blue Sox of the Negro Baseball League, was the only surviving member of the original lineup of the group that formed in 1953. He left the group in 1958 in a dispute over money and set up The Original Drifters. Seven members of The Drifters, including Pinkney, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. Longoria-Parker Weds In Paris PARIS --"Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria and NBA basket ball star Tony Parker held a church wedding iri Paris on: Saturday but disappointed fans were again prevented from seeing the glamour cou ple. Security barriers, police and large black screens kept back hundreds of fans and let them get only a fleeting glimpse of the couple arriv-TONY PARKER ing at the central Paris And Wife, EVA LONGORIA church that has previously been used for the pie al)d went to of French kings. 'th_e vaux-leRelatives and the near P;;tris Hollywood friends cel:e'btate a host of the Saint ,other' celebrities. l'Auxerrois Roman c 'atholic Cars transporting guests church in a fleet of red and two limousines arrived buses. Longoria, 32, and as about a hundred onlookParker, 25, entered the ers and photographers church unseen by a back strained for a look. Police door officers had stopped traffic After the wedding the cciu-on the road leading to the Diddy -Interested In London Crib? DIDDY As rumors of his split with longtime girlfriend Kim Porter continue to swirl, Sean "Diddy" Combs reportedly has his sights set un buying property in London "I just love this city, and I seem to be spending so much time here that it seems like the logical thing to do," he says, according to WENN. "Ideally I'd like to live in Soho, although I guess it might be a little noisy." As previously reported, the rap mogul's rep has denied reports that Porter, the mother of three of his children, has broken up with him, moved out of their Manhattan apartment and purchased a spot in Beverly Hills London is also the home of British actress Sienna Miller, who has been photographed partying with Diddy on several occasions and mentioned as a in his rumored breakup with Porter. Last week, Miller and Diddy were spotted at a club together following his performance at Wembley Stadium for the Princess Diana memorial concert. chateau. Longoria and Parker were legally married at a civil ceremony at a Paris city hall on Friday. They also avoided fans after that event and were jeered as they sped off immediately after the ceremony. The church ceremony, widely billed as the celebrity wedding of the year, led a worldwide rush of weddings on the 71717 date that many believe to be auspicious. Wayne Brady, Wife Call It A LOS ANGELES --Whose line is it anyway? In California, half of it will be going to Wayne Brady's miss us. The entertainer's wife, Mandie, has filed for divorce from the former Whose Line Is It Anyway? star, s eeking an end to their seven-year Mandie Brady filed her petition in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, citing "irreconcilable differ ences" as the reason for ending her union with the 35-year-old funnyman: She's also seeking joint legal and physical custody of their four-year-old daughter, Maile Masako. The couple tied the knot in 1999, one year after Brady got his first full-time TV gig as a principal player on WAYNE BRADY And wife, MANDIE ABC's Drew Carey-led version of the popular British improvisational game show Whose Line Is It Anyway? for which Brady won an Emmy. According to court papers, the pair officially separated in April 2006. Brady's publicist could not be reached for comment. Prince Plays 3 Shows In His Hometown MINNEAPOLIS -Prince thrilled his hometown fans with three shows over 12 hours, stopping only when police shut him down early Sunday. The Minneapolis native first performed Saturday at a department store to promote his new cologne, cramming nine songs into a 45-minute set. He then played that night at the Target Center arena. He capped the night across the street with a return to First Avenue, the club he made famous in the movie "Purple "Minneapolis, I am home," t{le Purple One declared after the first song at Macy's department store. Minnesota's governor and the Minneapolis mayor issued proclamations honor. ing Prince, and fans flew in from all qvet the country to see him. 1 After the Target Center, Prince waited until nearly 2:45 a.m. before starting the First Avenue show, the first time he had played at the club since 1987. He was 15 songs and 70 minutes into a 24-song set ust TheMPC2000 Call: 850-1484 PRINCE wheri he announced from the stage: "The authorities say we gotta go We always listen to the authorities. I promise I'll be back." The club is allowed to stay open till 3 a.m. as long as liquor isn't served after 2 a.m. Police Sgt. E.T. Nelson, watching from a:_cross the street as fans left the club, pointed to the working over .hme. : \'>ecause of the event. More .than 20 offi cers i1ad worked to block off \ the streets surroundmg the club and Target-Center "I think it's. very_ arrogant Of him to thinJi: he can hold us here li-ke said Nelson. "The law is the law for anybody." .. 1 :_ ... First Avenue owner Byron Frank said the police talked with Prince's crew and did give the rocker a little extra time to wind it down .. 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SPORTS Bucs CB Cox Appeals Four-Game Suspension Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Torrie Cox is a,ppealing his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Cox, 26, was placed on suspension earlier this month for alcqhol. However, Peter Schaffer, Cox's agent, says the National Football League (NFL) has not followed the correct pro cedure to suspend the fourthyear veteran. If the suspension holds, TORRIECOX Cox would have to forfeit $140,006 of his $595,027 2007 salary. He would also be unable to compete for the starting nickel job in Bucs training camp Cox has shown himself to be a solid cornerback, and a standout special teams player. In 41 games, Cox 45 tackles, one inte.rception, four passes defensed, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries. On special teams, he has 45 tackles, and returned 75 kickoffs for a 22.9-yard average. Buccaneers Not Interested In Tank .Johnson Yet The Bucs have been me-ntioned amongst teams interin ac.quiring former Chicago Bears nose tackle Tank Johnson. However, Bucs general manager Bruce Allen has said the Bucs have made no contact with Johnson. The 25-year-old nose tackle faced legal troubles earlier thi. s year after shooting left a close friend. dead. He was given an eight-game suspension for his involvement. TANK JOHNSON SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY ........................ All-Star Game Is Tonight Tonight's sports agenda will highlighted l;>y the playing of the annual Major League Baseball All-Star game. The game will be played in San Francisco, home of Barry Bonds and his Giants. Last night, the anm.lal AllStar Homeruri Derby was held. Tonight the game, played mostly for entertain-ment. Both the National League and the American League are loaded. The winner of this game is anybody's guess Carl Crawford is the Devil Rays representative in the game. This is more than like ly Barry Bonds' last All-Star game. Barry was voted to the National League starting lineup. Stackhouse Agrees To Stay With Mavs DALLJ\S -Jerry Stackhouse is sticking with Dallas, agreeing to a three-year deal to remain the Mavericks' sixth man. The details of the deal, li agreed to Tpursday night, were still being finalized Friday, a<_:cording to a team official involved in negotiations. He spoke on condition of anonymity because of league rules against any com ments before the signing peri od begins Wednesday. Stackhouse will make more than tffe inidlevel excep tion, which is expected to be set at roughly $6 million. The Bears then released him three days after a DUI arrest last month in Arizona. It was announced last week that his blood-alcohol level was not above the legal limit. Johnson was expected to hold out for a big contract before being released by the Bears. Teams are expected to wait until the star tackle demands less money, before attempting to acquire him. Reporter I Writer Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921, or adavis@flsentinel.com. No VIctory, But Tiger Calls Event A11Success' BETHESDA, MarylandAn uneven performance on the front nine in Sunday's final round ensured Tiger Woods would be awarding not accepting -the inaugural AT&T National champi-. onship trophy. Woods, who entered the day seven strokes off the lead in a tie for eighth place at 2-under par, double bogeyed the 602yard, par-5 9th hole to fall to 3 over for the round He finished the round at even par and tied for sixth place at 2 under for the tour nament. "It basically put me out of the tournament," Woods said of the double bogey. "I had to go out there and play a picture perfect back nine -and hope." His early downturn trans formed his round from com petitive to celebratory, as the massive gallery that followed him in the extreme heat at Congressional Country Club showered him with apprecia tion for bringing the tournament to the area. He and champion K.J. Choi were the only golfers who received standing ovations coming up the 18th fairway. BEAUTY UNLIMITED MIMI We're confident that this young starlet wi,ll quickly become a fan favorite. It is our pleasure to introduce Mimi as this Beauty Unlimited Feature. This young lady is sure to turn heads wherever she goes. She says that she enjoys modeling, traveling, shopping and going out when she has the time. The tYpe of man she likes must be confident, good-looking, have a great sense of humor and intelligent. Congratulations to Mimi on being this week's Beauty Unlimited Feature. BROTHIR.'S GRAPHICS 1248 E. Hillsborough Suite#206


. -. SPORTS -Venus Williams Wins Fourth Wimbledon Title Venus Williams found herself in familiar territory Saturday as the ladies singles champion at Wimbledon -beating 18th seed Marion Bartoli of France 6-4 6-1. "It's been a long road back and I've had some tough losses but I've brought it together here and beaten some of the best players in the world, including Marion," said Williams, a 23 seed who missed the Australian Open in January with a wrist injury. With Williams up 3-0 in the first set, Bartoli, 22, took an injury time out to have her bandaged foot restrapped. Immediately afterwards Williams also requested at time out to receive treatment to her groin. VENUS WILLIAMS With her thigh freshly strupped, Williams returned with seemingly less bite, allowing Bartoli to make a run. But Venus soon regained control and went on to capture her sixth grand slam title. Newly-Signed Rhodes Suspended For Substance Abuse ALAMEDA, CA -Oakland Raiders running back Dominic Rhodes was suspended Tuesday for the first f(JU r games of the season f(Jr v iolatin g the league 's sub :-;tancc abuse policy. The l eag ue does not disclos e reasons for substance abuse suspensions, but Rho.dcs pleaded guilty in the offseason to reckles s driving charges in Indiana after pros ecutors agreed to drop drunken driving charges against DOMINIC RHODES him. ning game that averaged 3 9 yards per carry in 2006. Rhodes, who spent his six years in Indianapolis, signed a two-year co.ntract 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 Raid ers try to improve a run-Rhodes started all 16 regu' tar-season games last season, rushing for 641 yards and five touchdowns. After backing up Edgerrin James since entering the league, Rhodes shared the job last season with rookie Joseph Addai. He has 2,274 yards rushing in his career. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 2007-2008 Football Season Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30 @ Seattle Seahawks New Orleans Saints St. Louis Rams @ Carolina Panthers @Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans @ Detroit Lions Jacksonville Jaguars Arizona Cardinals BYE WEEK @ Atlanta Falcons Washington Red skins @New Orleans Saints @Houston Texans Atlanta Falcons @ San Francisco 49ers Carolina Panthers .t: 15 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:05p.m. 4:05p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:05p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00p.m. 1 :mrp.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1 : 00 p.m. 8:15p.m. 1:00 .m. Pacman Could Have Plea Deal Revoked ESPN, Fox Wants To Air Bonds' 756th Homer Live MURFREESBORO, Tenn. Adam "Pacman" Jones must wait to see how felony charges filed against him in Las Vegas are handled before a Tennessee court rules on whether the suspended NFL player's plea bargain should be r ev oked. A new hearing was set for Jan. 3 to revisit the case. "I think we'll have to wait to see what happens in Las Vegas courts," Rutherford County General Sessions Court Judge David Loughry said Thursday. Your regularly scheduled program on Fox or ESPN may soon be interrupted by footage of Barry Bonds on the verge of hitting the 7 56th home run of his career, breaking the all-time record held by Hank Aaron. The two networks said Thursday they are negotiating with Major League Baseball for the rights to bring the slugger's at-bats -and perhaps a game to a nationwide audience. Do we have an interest? Absolutely," Fox Sports president Ed Goren told the Hollywood Reporter Thursday. Fox Sports already has exclusive rights to the Giants' July 14 game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. ESPN has always had the -rights to break in to programming and cover historic events if they happen during its regularly scheduled baseball programming -the Sunday, Monday and Wednesday game windows or ESPN's "Baseball Tonight ," which airs several times during the day. The BARRY BONDS only caveat would be that it couldn't break in and t e le v ise something that is exclusively on Fox or the other national TV partner, Turn e r (TBSJ. TBS will carry three Giants games with the Atlanta Braves July 24-26, but the network said it isn't in negotiations to carry any more. In other Bonds news, the hitter has announced he will not participate in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game Home Run Derby on Monday night in San Francisco so that he can cohost a party with Jay-Z instead. Jones, a former West Virginia University standout w ho quietly signed autographs for others in court Thursday while waiting for his hearing, responded briefly to reporters' questions as he left the courthouse. Durant Scores 18 In Sonics Debut "I'm going to get through (the charges)," he said. Asked if he's confident he will play pro football again, Jones replied, "Of course I an1." LAS VEGAS --Kevin Durant took his Seattle SuperSonics debut in stride on the firs day of the NBA Summer League on Friday. Durant led all scorers with 18 points, but he shot just 5-of-17 from the field in the Sonics' 77-66 loss to the Dallas Mavericks. He was scoreless in the first quarter before tallying 13 points in the second quarter, including Jl straight. "I had good shots," Durant said. "They just weren't 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 69 and Up Latex Flat White Paint .......... $5.99gal. Oil Outside White Paint ........ $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set .. ... ................... $2.49 ea. 3 .. B-rushes ................................. 99 ea. SALE PRICES COOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Ke,in Durant shot just s-of-17 from the field in the Sonics' loss. falling. 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. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF 2007 ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS OF RJS STADIUM CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION. INC. RJS Stadium Condominium Association, Inc. will hold its Annual Meeting of Members at 3:00 o'clock p.m. on Monday, July 23, 2007, at the offices of the Tampa Sports Authority located at Raymond James Stadium, 4210 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, Florida 33607, for the purpose of electing directors to serve on the Board of Administration of RJS Stadium Condominium Association, Inc. until the next annual meeting Dated at Tampa, Florida this 26 day of June, 2007. Is/ Henry G. Saavedra Henry G. Saavedra, President INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids for INSTALLATION OF FIELD LIGHTS FOR THE SOFTBALL FIELD AT KING HIGH SCHOOL will be received by the School Board of Hillsborcugh County, Florida in the Office of the Supervisor of Purchasing, Third Floor, School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida until 2:00 PM, Tuesday. July 24. 2007. (The mailing address is P. 0. Box 3408, Tampa, Florida 33601) Bids will not be accepted after 2:00 PM of the above date. Bids will be opened and read aloud in the Purchasing Department, located on the third floor of the School Administrative Center. Contractors desiring to bid this project are subject to. an Encouragement Affirmative Action Plan as identified within the bidding documents. There will be a Non mandatory Meeting on Tuesday. July 17. 10:00 am at King High School. 6815 North 56th Street, Tampa, FL 33610. IT IS THE BIDDER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SEE THAT BIDS ARE DELIVERED TO THE PURCHASING DEPARTMENT AS REFER ENCED ABOVE. BID SECURITY MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH BID. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS. NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS: The School Administrative Center is a "security" building; therefore, visitors will be required to obtain a Visitors Pass prior to entering the building. A photo identification will need tg be presented at this time. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the Engineer. Complete information regarding bidding documents and other information may be obtained from the Engineer : Engineers of Record RHC and Associates, Inc Box 4505 Tampa, FL 33677 Plans and Specifications (813) 254-0907 (813) 254-0744 (Fax) Plans and Specifications Rapid Blueprint 3623 Henderson Blvd. Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 879-5133 (813) 872-8086 (Fax) No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty days after date set for bid opening. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS PUBLICATION DEADLINES TUESDAY EDITION -FRIDAY@ 3:00P.M. FRIDAY EDITION -TUESDAY@ 3:00 P.M CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD NOTICE OF 2007 ANNUAL MEETING OF BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION OF RJS STADIUM CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION. INC. The Board of Administration of RJS Stadium Condominium Association, Inc. will hold its Annual Meeting of Members at 3:15 o'clock p .m. on Monday, July 23, 2007, at the offices of the Tampa Sports Authority located at Raymond James Stadium, 4210 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, Florida 33607, for the purpose of (a) electing officers to serve until the next annual meeting, and (b) considering any other matters that may lawfully come before the meeting Dated at Tampa, Florida this 26 day of June, 2007. Is/ Henry G. Saavedra Henry G. Saavedra, President MPLOYMENT Administrative Assistant The Early Childhood Council of Hillsborough County, Inc. (ECC), a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit membership organization, is seeking an Administrative Assistant with strong interpersonal and computer skills. Must be able to work independently. Minimum qualification: HS diploma or GED. Prefer AA or other degree, knowledge of early childhood issues and community services. 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Those charges could lead to a sentence of more than 20 years for Bell, who would have faced decades more in prison on the attempted murder counts "The appellate court now gets a chance to set this right," defense attorney Blane Williams said Sentencing was set for July 31. Once the verdict was read, Bell's family and the family cf beating victim Justin Barker, also 17, remained quiet. After court was recessed, Bell's father, Marcus Jones, rushed angrily from the courtroom and slammed a door. Deputies detained in the courthouse lobby briefly but released amid pleas from his family. Bell was among six blacks arrested in the Dec. 4 beating of Barker. The initial attempted murder charges filed against Bell and four others drew widespread attention and protests that the charges were out of proportion to the crime. Prosecutors have not said why they reduced Bell's charges Monday or whether they will also reduce the same charges against four other teens accused in the beating. Charges against the sixth teen have not been made public because of his age. Pollee Make Arrest In Fatal Westside Shooting 1YRONE SCRIVEN JACKSONVILLE --Hours after a man was shot to death on the city's Westside, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office announced the arrest of a man suspected in the slaying. The shooting took place Saturday afternoon in the 1200 block of La Belle street. Police said 21-year-old Tyrone Scriven and 35-year-.-old Alexis Taylor got into an aTgument at an apartment complex when Scriven started shooting. Taylor died as paramedics rushed him to an area hospital. Scriven is charged with murder. At a first-appearance hear ing on Sunday, Scriven was ordered held without bond. Man Charsiecl In Slaying Of 14-Year-Oid Savannah Girl Police have arrested a man and charged him in the June 8 shooting death of a 14-year-old girl who was waiting for friends at the restaurant where he worked. Savannah-Chatham Police had originally believed that a handgun that had been lying on the counter had been acci dentally fired. But evidence returned from the GBI Crime Lab Friday showed that the gun had not discharged because of a defect, police said. That, in addition with other evidence, led police to arrest Kevin Williams, 19, and charge him with the mur der of India Boston. According to police, Boston was shot in the face about 7:30 p.m. on June 8 at a neighbor hood restaurant where she was a regular and knew many of the employees. She was transported to Memorial Health University Medical Center, where she was pronounced KEVIN WILLIAMS dead shortly after arriving. Police had initially released Williams after the shooting, pending further investigation. He surrendered to detectives at Savannah police headquarter shortly before 2 p.m. Friday. He was being held without bond until his arraignment on Monday. 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Lataslia Nicole at 22nd Street and Sligh Avenue. Afte he allegedly knocked the won1an to the ground, police said Jones struck her in the face and on the body with a handgun. During the attack, Jones accidentally .shot himself in the hand. He fled after the attack. Officers arriving at the scene said Jones tried to discard the gun when they approached him. He was then arrested. Jones was charged with. aggra.vated battery with a TARVARIS JONES firearm, aggravated staiking, possession of a stolen firearm, and being a felon in possession of a firearm. Heart was treated and reieased from a local hospital. : Mail FaCei Child Neglect Charges At 2 a.m. Friday, ,Tampa Police report a man left his 8-year-old :daughter in their apartment without supervision for 1-112 hours. Several witnesses contacted police and reported the young girl was in the parking lot screaming for her father because she was scared. '!'he child's father responded to the apartment after 'several phone calls and was arrested. DERRICK DAVIDSON mother responded to the CRIME NEWS Woman Charged In Machete Attack Tampa Police have arrested and charged a woman trying to strike a man with a machete Sunday. Betty Jo Miller, 37, faces charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated battery with a dead weapon after the incident. Police said Miller swung a machete repeatedly at a man, who attempted to protect himself by blocking the blows with a baby stroller. Police said Miller did strike the man on the fore arm, but he had no visible inj1,1ries. Miller was taken to jail and later released after post ing a $9,750 bond. Family Files Wrongful Death Suit In Shooting ST. PETERS BURG Family members of Jarrell Walker, 19, are suing Deputy Christopher Taylor and Pinellas County Sheriff Jim WALKER Coats for his shooting death April 12, 2005. walker was shot. by Taylor in his home during a drug investigation. His fami ly claims Taylor used exces-sive force against Walker apd committed wrongful death. According to sources, the suit alleges Walker's rights to due process and protection fro m unreasonable searches and seizures were violated. It asks for unspecified compen satory and punitive damages, attorney fees and other relief the court may find appropri -ate. The Pinellas-Pasco State Attorney's Office ruled the shooting justified late last year. The U. S. Department of Justice ruled Taylor did not violate Walker's civil _rights in the incident. U_ncle Sandy "A man's dreams 3; 5, 7, 11are 15, 17, 21, 25 an Index to 27, 29, 31, 33 his greatness." Police Derrick Davidson, 26, with child neglect. The child's grand-scene and took custody of ._ ________ _.,_ ........ her. 2 Men Charged With Stealing Cement Mixer From Construction Site 9 c.. c:: LUIS LE FRANC Tampa Police arrested and charged two men Thursday night with the attempted theft of a cement mixer. According to the report, at 11:56 pm., two officers spqtted a vehicle with its headlights off within the. construction site of the new District III Tampa Police Station at 3808 North 22nd Street. When officers made con-tact with two men .in the vehicle, they report neither could explain why they were 1\) 0 0 """" inside the Officers then questioned the pair about the cement mixer attached to the back of their vehic1e 0 Both men invoked their rights and were Charged with trespassing on a construction site were en m Luis Le Franc, 39, .and z Pedro MenocaL 31. m Teenager Stabbed At Little League Park r;m On Sunday at 3 p.m., Tampa Police were called to a West Tampa Little League baseball field at Spruce Street and North Jamaica Street. When police arrived, they were told. Joshua Fernandez, 16, and another teenager had gotten into a physical altercation in front of the concession stand. During the altercation, the suspect allegedly pulled a knife and stabbed Fernandez several times and fled. The suspect was seen get ting into an awaiting vehicle described as a white Nissan pickup truck. The driver fled "'D with the suspect and was c:: chased by several witnesses aJ in their vehicles. Police said the witnessesJost the vehicle ::I: in the area ofMacDUl, Avenue m and I-275. One .?"Jtness was C able to get a tag ntf'mber. Fernandez is reported to m be in critical, but stable con-clition at a local hospital. The suspect is described as C:: a Hispanic male, 5'8" tall with rn a medium build, black short C '"'air, and. a nicely trimmed l> z c "TT c


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