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62 Years In The Ta1npa Bay Area Young an illed When Car Hits Wall SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A West Tampa CDC Leader Fires Back SEE PAGE 3-A Prison Ministry Bus Gets Repairs SEE PAGE 8-A Dukes' Mom Upset .About Complaint SEE PAGE 17-A Skater Shot By Robbers SEE PAGE 23-A I RETIREMENT CELEBRATION HONORS 32 YEARS OF LIBRARY SERVICE -/ A Retirement Celebration and Banquet to honor l'Jis. Rugenia A. Meeks was held Saturday evening, July 14th at the Double Tree Tampa Westshore. The celebration honored her 32 years of service with the TampaHillsborough Public Library System. Her years have been spent at the Main Library, John F. Germany, and branches: Seminole, Peninsula and Ybor branches Mrs. Meeks, second from left, is shown with Rev. Willie G Dixon, her brother; Mrs. Meeks McCullough, daughter, and Attorney Bruce R. Meeks, son. (Photograph by Treasured Moments, Sylvester Harris)

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,..._ 0 0 N . FEATURES 4th Annual Family Wellness Day Plan.ned c a: LL DR. JAMES BROOKINS President of CHAPS BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer The 4th Annual Back To School Family W ellness Day will be held on Saturday, JOSEPH GRIMSLEY Leukemia Patient partners. For additional information contact CHAP at (813) 247-6800 or by e-mail at July 28th, from 9 a.m. until3 Bone Marrow Screening p.m. 'fhe event will be held Included during the event at the Jackson Heights NFL will be a Bone Marrow YET Center, 3301 E. Lake screening to help Joseph Avenue. Grimsley and others_ sufferSome of the events planned ing from leukemia, Ms. include free school physicals Ethel Grimsley. Joseph's and sports physicals for chil-mother is holding the drive. dren. Health screenings for Joseph, 35, is married to adults will include diabetes, Mrs. Adriana Grimsley blood pressure, cholesterol and they are parents to 3 (full lipid panel), and Body children. He was diagnosed Mass Index. with. Leukemia (AML), last Some children will also year. receive book bags and school Ms. Grimsley has hosted supplies. Additionally ; select-several bone marrow drives ed students will be presented to help raise awareness to Buccaneer Book Bags. and leukemia and the need for two (2) Internet computers African American marrow will be given away. donors. The event will also feature Ms. Grimsley further arts & crafts, food,-games stated that her son is still and activities, door prizes waiting. to participate in a and more. clinical research study. Called a "Community However, he has developed SurvivaJ Day Event," the an infection and the trip is wellness day is being conow on hold. sponsored by ,CHAP Anyone wishing to contact (Community Health Ms. Grimsley can reach her z Advocacy Partnership), the at her home (727) 530-1566; City of Tampa Parks and her cell phone (727) 742-Recreation Department, and 0020; or by e-mail at ethelseveral other community grimsley68@hotmail.com. x :> ...1 .&.. Code Enforce111ent Special. Maglstrate -Hearing The Hillsborough County Code Enforcement Special Magistrate is scheduled to meet Monday, July 30 at 9 a.m. in the 2nd Floor Boardroom at County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in downtown Tampa. Special Magistrate is authorized to .hear violations concerning aU codes and ordinances df Hillsborough County in order .to maintain health and safety standards. Q: Any person who decides to I appeal the decision of the :!) Code Enforcement Special f Magistrate with respe_ct to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidei!Ce which the appeal is based. An appeal must be filed within thirty (30) days afterthe execution of the Code Enforcement Special Magistrate's Order. For more information, please contact Karen Matches, Citizens Boards Support Manager, at 272-7181. 100 Attend Meeting To Find Out Fate Of Urban League Building Eric Holland, owner of Eve's Catering, hopes to open a culinary school for young adults and ex-offenders in the historical building. BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer Nearly 100 people attended a meeting Tuesday to help determine the future of the Centro Espanol de West Tampa building, located at 2306 N. Howard Avenue. Many of the attendees believed the building should be put to good use, and not simply preserved or "mothballed." Jeanette LaRussaFenton, manager of Drew Park and West Tampa Redevelopment, informed potential building occupants that the building needs about $375,000 in repairs, and has annual operating expenses of about $136,000. She also out lined an ideal situation for the J \ The Centro Espanol de West Tampa building, at 2306 N. Howard Avenue, was built in 1912, and added to the National Register of Historical Places in July of 1974. historical building. "We definitely need to have a plan to sustain the building, one .that won't put any financial weight on the City of Tampa," said LaRussaFenton. "Everyone knows of the financial cutbacks taking place within the local government. So the city can't take the financial weight of main taining the building." Mark Huey. the city's Economic Development Administrator. said all sug gestions would be processed. The city is also considering beginning a RFP (Request For Proposals) process, as was done with nearby Fort Homer Hesterly Armory. The building .has just over 30,000 square feet, and could be used for multiple purposes. "There is no place in West Tampa to see a movie, hear a lecture, see art or a concert It's time to create a cultural center for West Tampa," said Maura Barrios, member of the West Tampa Council on Arts, Culture and History Probably the most well received suggestion came from Eric Holland, owner of Eve's Catering. The owner suggested creating a culi'nary school for young adults and ex-offenders. As part of his plan, the Centro Espanol building would serve as a restaurant on Sundays with his students as the chefs. "I'm hoping this opportunity arises because I think that we could do a lot of good in the community, and be someplace where people can come and have great meals on Sundays," said Holland. "We have a detailed plan in place, we just need the opportunity.". Michelle B. Patty {813) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200

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--FEATURES . West Tampa CDC Board Chair Addresses City Council Amid Misconduct Allegations A f ew weeks ago wh e n an issue arose concerning the \Vest Tampa Overlay Committee being g iv e n the priv ilege to review zoning requests, it was requested b y Joe Robinson, V ic e Chairman of th e Board, that the C ounc il delay making a s tat e m e nt abo ut th e i ss u e until their chairperson Dr. Margarct Fisher, has a n opportunity to address th e m During Thursday's session, _Dr. Fisher did address the Council, and asked why is there a problem with the process of the Overla y Committee review ing site plans now when there DR. MARGARET FISHER ..... West Tampa CDC Board Chairperson hasn't been in the past. become aware of projects prior We 've been doing this for 3 to their implementation. It years and have reviewed 67 draws the attention of developwaivers. We've only turned ers and issues of noncompli down one, and as s oon as w e ance on their projects. The turned down that one, suddenOverlay Committee has created th e r e s a probl e m with the a se n se of community and civic process I just want t6 know pride. It gives us a small and \\'hy now? ' much needed voice in the Dr. Fisher addressed the future of-West Tampa." Council on h o w the docu luent Vice Chair Robinson \ )'as approvcd by Council giving :addressed the Council saying the West Tampa Overlay he felt the entire process Committee _permission to r acial. re v iew zoning requests. Th e document from tl1e city "In :::wi>4, the city created our js erroneous. The statement in 0\'crlm. DistrH ,'\J1cl ,\j)j)J'Cl\'C'cl tl d 1 1 c ocun1ent t wt says we g1ve it with its guidelines. direct recommendations isn t 'Pr. Fisher said prior to the true. Thi s is a is s ue to birth of the \Vest Tampa CDC eliminate u s. We're not a ;tnd 0\'lrlay Committee, a neighborhood association. number of attcmpts in improv-We're a corporation that can ing}Vest done<. enter into 11egotiations : We re "f ii!vitc tin):Ol}, e to at tli"e providing a service to the cit y ,plans for W est Tampa and in the recomnu;ndasec the unfulfilled plans tions:" final word on Ed Turanchik's r equest for zoning change approval for his proj e cts. City Attorney David Smith said in his opinion this isn't a racial iss ue. The ordinance indi ca t es th e West Tampa CDC and the Overlay Committee operates differently." West Tampa Economi c Development Manager Michael Randolph asked w h y did Council pass this 3 yea rs ago if they knew there would be problems. The CDC's charter puts us under the sunshine. We're community driven. the com munity is our shareholders and our vision is to create a strong, healthy community." Councilman Thomas Scott addressed Dr. Fisher and the CDC organization by say ing he thinks terminology is th e iss ue. Smith said no a pplicant will be able to forward a request unless the CDC and Overlay. Committee h as complet ed its review. Dr. Fisher sa id th ey have an excell ent track record and doesn t understand how th e re hadn' t been a problem in the pa s t but there is now simply becau se the y were n t in favor of a request. Dr. Fisher said s h e feels they are being penalized for doirig a good job. Council decid e d the process wouldn't charige and that their legal department would look into getting the language of the ordinance corrected. forthc area Robinson pointed out that "The review has Council proved their place in enabled the community to the process when they had the Randolph said he thinks they made their point, because they still get to review site plans and that's what they wanted. Jeraldine Williams Smith 2504 East 12th ,\\'enue Tampa. Fl. .. U(,flS (813) 24lt-80611 l'hune-(81..'\) 248-8282 Fax Areas Of Practice: .Probate Property-* Criminal;:. Applals 11u: hiriu,.; :l j.,. :ut. impor1 a11_1 u o t hi!' h:l.-il"t"l u1; o n .1Civcnis cllll'llh. Hc:fnrc: ynu a--k u. .. rn stud you lrt"C' "nncn UltnnJL111nu nu r aud expt'T'il"Jh.'C'. ''I'm comfortable. I want to thank the community for com ing out and representing West Tampa. They let the city know we going to take this laying down. We're str.onger now than ever before .'' Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached ctt (813) 248-0724, or e;mailed_at leon@flsentinel.com. City Decl_slon To Request f t:i;1.f : Probe !>uri il:S ,ll1 sian men t htr: ., ,_!Il l 1 decidl'd lu d,J. I \ .. ... l"!t J , request a fvd J.'I : --,:, into a 40-year-,,1,! f' 1 d ing. Rev . Thom:ls s,-,,; : re qu 'ested' the d e l a \ to ;dill\\ councihnini1bers tl1 e .oppo rtuni ty to pertain. ing t o the case : .. ; -,. M-artin q1amberl'!, Il), \\: as J s-hot' in a Tampa offic er as to scal e a 6'. -foot fe11 c e offil'er was clear e d of. any wron g doin g 1 His moth ei died b efo r e she achiev.ed jttst,i'.ce for h e r s.on. Now,, his siblings, Jeffrey King Chambers and Ms. Sabrina King are asking m embers of Cjty' Council to launch a fl'dlral investi_gation. The y hop e to tin ish what their mother s t : n1cd Attorney To Be Inducted Into Hall Of Fame Warren Hope Dawson, a vet e r a n tria l lawyer from Tampa, has been nominated and will b e inducted into i t s Hall of Fame by th e Na tional Bar Association. The inductio n will t ake place during the 82nd Annua l Meeti ng, which begin s next week in Atlanta, G eo r g ia. Citing his significant contributions to the cause of justice, Dawson has served for more than 40 y ears as a lawyer var iously earning recognition as a Civil Rights laW)'er, a community advocate, a leader in the organized b a r and a great American : Prominent among his contributions as a Civil Rights lawyer was his work, over a of 27 years, as counsel in one of America's largest school. desegregation cases (Manning v. The School ATTORNEY WARREN HOPE DAWSON Board of Hillsborough County Florida). He is married t-o Joan Brown Dawson and they have one daughter, Wendy Dawson Bostic. The inductio n ceremony for Dawson and other nominees will take place at a Hall of Fame luncheon Friday, August 3rd, in Atlanta. 'Bungalovv Housing' Introduced To East Tampa Com111unlty "T1 r 0 c )> en m z ::! z m r I aJ c:: r r m --f z An arrangement 'between the said. C:: East Tampa Business and Civic Hamburg also stated that Association (ETBCA) and his organization has about 9 en InTown Homes will introduce lots. :::t a new style of Bungalow homes Turanchik stated that to the East Tampa community. .InTo wn Homes owns about 32 m The homes are designed to lots acquired from private < meet the affordable housing owners. H e said the lots are threshold of-less than scattered throughout -< $2oo,ooo. Tampa. -f According to a press release "These homes are afford-ffi from the ETBCA, the homes able and with down payment -0 are bungalow styled, energy assistance, a family earning in efficient, three bedroom-two the $3o,ooos C:'\.11 afford them.' '< bath structures. It's a lot of valt!e startiqg at l> Marc }-J:amburg, President around $155 ,000.'' of the .organization said, The release ftirther stated, "T1 ''We've entered into a coopera" The East Tampa Bmigalow is :::tJ tive agreement because we patterned after the bungalo\\; 6 haves_imilar goals offering eco-product developed by InTown nomic development.. These Homes in the west Tampa houses are reallv nice pi oject .... The tipg rades. !\lost of. the' lots are style embraces the legacy of standard lots. traditional homes in Tampa's He ti.nther stated that either older ,peighborhoods and of the two organizations could : r allows on dis so lv e their ielationshlps at' lots witl-l m ature frees and an, rime. But that. Ed ext e nsh e ; r op t s vs tefn:--.,? c p rincipal cn\ ner Holton 1 IIIT
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t-o 0 C\1 . I COLUMNS t-C\1 => ..., >" <( c a: LL FLO RIDA SE N T IN E L BULLETIN (USPS 202-1 <0 ) 2207 21s t AYenue. T ampa F ond a 3360 5 ( 813 ) 2.!8 P ubl 1 shed E very T uesday and Fr1 day By F L O RID A SENT INEL BULLETIN P U BLIS HING Co Me mber of N at ,onal Ne ws pape r P ubhshers Assoc,at!on ( NNPA) and Ama l gamated Publishers. I n c New Y ork <:> 1990 94 CP Timel nterna!Jonal POSTMASTER : Send Add r ess Change T o : Florida Sentinel BuUetin P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 P eriodical Po slage Pa id /JJ. Tampa FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andre ws 1901 19n (19451 Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS. JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions $44 .00 Per Year Both Ed i tions : $ 67 00-Per Yea r One Ed i tion Opinions expressed on edito ri al pages o f th i s newspape r by Cotumn is t s o r Guest W rite rs do not necoss ar il y refied the ed i lOf i al s t ance of The Aorida Sentinel But .. tln or the Publ i sher A Letter To Barak -d Hillary! . -his isn't simply a letter. It's a _warning, for Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. From day-one of your campaigns, to the current days of debates and U-Tubes, you have been subjected to the oldest con 0 game in American history, and American voters are a: being conned right along with you. LL We know you can,see it. It's what your fellow candidate John Edwards saw, which made him say he < would not want the vote of anyone who refused to vote for Clinton or Obama because of gender or C color. It is what has st:ymied every great and humanffi itarian movement in America since the end of the => Civil War and the death of Reconstruction. What's 1-> a: w > w ci w J: (/) :J m ::> a. z i= w -1 -1 ::> m I -1 w z i= z w 0 < c a: 0 -1 u.. more, it has been used against democratic interests by every enemy of integrated society. We are referring to the time-honored, infamous game of divide-and-conquer. At stake is the friendship and trust of two individuals who may well become the president and vice president of the United States. The major news media has already begun to pick apart any possibility -of a between Clinton and Obama. Why? The reason is obvious. As enemies, the' last thing either of them would want would be, to join forces and campaign together. Ingenious? It's absolutely elementary! Furthermore, such strategy is almost guaranteed to split American voters right down the middle while neutralizing any. possibility ofinsightful observation. It has worked, before. Why not now? we urge Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama not to fall for false pretense, just as we urge American voters ilot to be swayed by media that corrupts aS it informs. The future of the world is in the balance. Pass it on. Private And Veteran Hospitals Need A -Plan I Drew, a Black doctor who invented d plasma, and BessieSmith,. a famous i' < singer from the 1920's, both died because they had to be carried miles past the nearest hospital for emergency t teatment that could have saved their lives; The_,reason during those years was Times and rationales have changed somewhat, but_ people are still dying because hospitals won't admit certain patients. It happened, across the bridge. < They said it was a technicality. Howe-ver-technicality or not -we found it tragic and regrettable that W a St. Petersburg man died of a heart attack that o ccurred 200 feet from a veterans hospital because a. mer can 1story Mayor, City Council Cannot Ignore .Justice For Martin Chambers, Others .. t is times such as these that the post of - "Assistant To The Mayor" could loom very large in the politics of this community. Here this week, the Tampa City Council is entertaining a resolution by the Department of Justice into the police shooting death of 19-year-old Martin Chambers. That Black youth was shot in the back while fleeing from police officer J. L. Calvert on the evening of June u, 1967 This Civil Rights Cold Case begs for resolution Evidently, Congress has been led to believe that there is a rela tionship between lack of jus tice and the lack of persecu tion in the Chambers case, and others similarly situated. Tampa City Council must not left to bear this local cross alone. The executive leadership of the mayor's office must come full-circle and fully committed to seeing this investigated and processed to a successful con clusion. Without an assistant, the Mayor must become her own agent a nd a dvisor She must do her own l e gwork a nd tap the resources o f tho se fellow communities who have engaged such Cold Case" experiences, like Binning.., ham, Alabama and cities in Mississippi and Georgia. Of course, th e Civil Rights Division would be most obliged to consider any request the Mayor or Tampa City Council would make Building a great city is more than just streets, building infrastructure and the economy. .... ... ............ .........".-.. ... ........... .. ....>:-:-.:-:--::-::..,:::::-:::::_:::::;:::)(::-.:::: ... /<._M$;1fUSft0LTON. Expected Behavior? t interaction the dispatcher giving her between law instructions on CPR; she decided to play investigator. community is usually negaThe CPR instruction came tive. This is true because in about after the dispatcher most instances, police are asked the woman if the boys arresting individuals. on drugs and nearly two Many law enforcement minutes into the conversaagencies have attempted to tion! level the playing fiefd by And her punishment, well interacting with the public in she agreed to accept a 1-day a positive environment. suspension. The supervisor But one horrible in fident said the dispatcher used the will always have a lasting wrong information card and effect in the minds ofthe peo-that she failed to give the pie who experience it. And mother proper this is case with .one on whatto do . mother who called 9-1-1 for No one knows if the boys help and received grief. would have survived had the instead. -mother been given -the CPR A New Port Richey mother instructions earlier. ThaUs. awoke to of her one of those things .that. :w.e young_ sons breathing. She will never have the answer .to .. called for help but, instead of ; 1 died and their mother was given the third degreeby someone who overstepped her . '. It makes you wonder if a call for help that goes wrong falls into the category of "oh, well, she dropped the ball but things happen Is it me, or is there some thing wrong with this picture? Shouldn't someone be talkil1g about traiiling oi re-training, telephone etiquette, profes sionalism, and such? Shouldn t someone say, "We want citizens to feel that an emergency deserves .top pri ority and that we treat our cit izens better than that 9 _-1-1? Or is this expected behav ior? If the answer is yes, then we are in more trouble than I "'-r .. ... he had to be transported three No; he wasn't BJack. But the reason the man wasn't admitted he wasn't a veteran, or so we were told. -.... . .,, .-.-, We were also informed, the incident that caused a man's death because he was denied immediate treatment, at a hospital he wotked for, was unintended. _Moreover, it occurred, even though had a policy, which Stated no be emergency care. But that's what happened, . : __ We cerj:ainly hope heart attacks, brain injuries or other life-threatening never have to worry about whether or not th-eir veteran status theii chances for life or death. N o one should lose his or her life because of a bureaucratic snafu. Furthermore, 'on a national level,. we recommenc:t all response personnel and hospitals implement ;;1. communication that p revents anyone else with life-threatinjuries, from having to,,be taken miles past the nearest hospital, simply because oftechnicalities. Yes, times havechanged. But quite sadly, people continue to die, for stupid reasons. Somebody pass this on, to our local hospitals.

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. COLUMNS Th e Sole-Man Speaks Another Vievv By RANDOLPH KINSEY The Day The World Stood Stilll Laying The Martin Chambers Case To Rest : ... n 1967, a young m a n HHH. d b k r d c : Ename d Martin IYl:? the cer. The shooting l e d to three Squirrels scampered up and either government." What days and nights of uncon-down ancient live-oak trees. legislators did, say them who trolled civil unrest in the City Every now and; then, a dog know, is they believed their of Tampa. There was rioting, could be heard yapping But own : lies that what they had looting, destruction of r-thing was missing The been elected for -first and ty and fighting. busses foremost -was to deliver to of the rioting took People stood on the cor-every taxpayer a tax-break, place in predominantly Black ners and waited .. .looked up no matter how small ... no areas. This event occurred 40-and down the avenues. matter how inconsequential. years..-ago, and the case is con.checked their watches and .. no matter how idiotic! sidered closed by the police scratched their heads. But FOR, THAT'S WHAT department, the state attorney's office and most of the. there was not a city bus to be EVERYBODY SAID THEY City of Tampa. However, the seen ... anywhere. WANTED. .RIGHT? case remains open in the So, folks took cabs. For, it Indeed, W't:! are told, legisminds and hearts of m any in com(! to let tru e justice come to light. Marzug Al-Hakim is leading an effort to make this happen. The purpose is not to idolize or proje ct Chambers as being a hero. It is fact that he was suspected of committing a crime. It is a fact that he was trying to get away from the police. But, did he dese rve to die for what he did? Did he deserve to be shot in the back? Did he pose a life-threatening danger to anyone? There are so many that feel like the answers to these ques tions is no. Chambers lost this city, th e Chambers case find s it s way t o th e f o r efro nt. Mr. Al-Hakim a nd his s upporte r s a r e as kin g th a t th e F e d e r a l D e p a rtm e nt o f Justice reop e n and r e inv e stigate th e Chambers c a se Let u s do justice to the Chambers case, and label it closed with justice being served. lt is being asked that city officials do what is right and proper in this case. And that is to reopen the case and be sure that justice has been served. Let us remember that in 1967, racis m reigned supreme. Blacks seldom got his life unnecessarily. Three justice. was summer time, and their Ia tors went trooping to th e Black community. "TI children had to get to the Tallahassee endowed with a The case remains op e n for have been issued for his being made with malice. r-police officers could identify The request to bring closure Chambers. A warrant could in the Chambers case is not park in order to be in v olved mission to bring about a taxthe Chambers fa mil y It arrest and he could have been Rather it is being done in the g in the City' s Parks and break to upper middle-class, rem a ins open for communit y a pprehended l a ter. spirit the federal gov ernment 0 Recreation Department' s middle-class and lower midacti v ists, and i t rem ains open It is good for the Cit y of is taking b y going back to cold l> d f for th e news m e dia. The time Tampa to bring final closure cas e s going back to the Civil (J) summer program. It was a die-class Flori ians, even i m h a s come to clos e th e cas e for to the Chambers c a s e E v ery Rights e r a and see ing th a t jus-z program, which included it meant closing down many -i_ these p e opl e. Th e tim e has time something happens in tice is done outdoor sl)orts, field trips of the basic amenities they z and swimming .But when had become used to, for the parents and their children past so years. OJ c arrived at the parks, they And so, legislators kept 1 \ V er c s lammed b y an undeni. their promise to the undying . . a ble realization Parks were thanks of every millionaire By LEON .. closed! But surprises to the unend-end, there . ing misery of ever y middle I I C A lo t of thi;1gs that, had class taxpayer, who now has What Do You Really Know Yourself? lll'\ er been closed were turnto walk to W\)rk because the -(J) ing up, closed! City and buses have stopped running! ... he line betw ee n s elf-ever y thing. enough? ffi (;:ounty programs that bene-Be careful what you wish for. I- confidence and con-We all go through life meetAre you the type of person c ceit is ver y thin. The ing people we admire. Some of that gets disgusted with m fitcd senior citizens were You just might get it! < .. line between arrogance and them, we wish we could be repeated failures? Do you just m either scaled dovm or closed, It' s a crying shame, what having self-esteem is also thin alike, and others make us see surrender to those failures and ::rJ Neigh-happens to people when they But, how really well do you a side of ourselves we're glad -< accept a life you know is --4 borhood Depart-are successfully BAMBOOknow yourself? Do you know we conceal. beneat}l :-C ment programs and bene. fits ZLED! Somewhere, someone ymir own limitations? Are you The fact i _s, none of us really m As some athletes discover, it CJ) that for years had acted as continues to stand on the being constantly judged by know what we're capable of. sometimes takes a speciai per-C information mechanisms corner and look down the. others \VhO don't really know We,.,haven:t, bet;n pushed to son to reach down inside you and relationship building street ... waiting for some-you? Do you a lot of tha t extreme yet We think we and pull out those bridges between law, thing that will never come. time what others know what will and won't demons. You get surprised at C enforcement and comnlu nJ'ty Th 1 h 't th think of you? do, but when a crisis arises, we h 1 h "TI e onger e waJ s, e S I th h l'& see a sJ'de of ourselv es that's w at you can accomp is once ::rJ citizens were scaled back so h t BUT THE orne peop ego roug he b h d d angner e ge s. not caring about any of those scary. someone gets e in you an 6 hardly made WORLD HAS STOP-PED things. They coulp care less Parents never think their gives you that push. ,any s ,en:se. EHh"E!r :that ot', MOVING! So, who sh m c.n I )>

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1'0 0 C\1 f'.. C\1 :::> ...., c a: u.. c a: u. c z < c (/) w ::l t-w > w c w ::a: (/) ::; m ::l Q. z iii ..J ..J ::l m ...:. w z t= z w (/) < c a: 0 ..J u. -PAGE SIX Shop on S aturdays and New I I salem Primitive Baptist Mentors For Ministry Church on Sundays. Of course _ the Central Park Village (CPV) Housing Complex in favor of new developments, I didn' t think it was such a b a d idea H avi ng some capitalistic tendencies m yse lf, I understood the n ee d for progress. But as the demise of the old neighborhood affectionately known as The Dirt comes closer to reality, I've suddenly begun to experience the pangs of nostalgia. The feeling is strange for me because I've never been the one to become sentimental about anything. Yet, when I think about "CPV" being bull dozed, I can't help but feel as though a lot of my childhood memories are being crushed along with it After all, it was inside the Armwood Court, the first section designated for demolition, where I experienced my first kiss, my first fight, m y first birthday party and m y introduction to the act of hunching When I reflect on the time I spent in that a re a as a child, images of free lunches in the summer, dances at Kid Mason and playing kickball under the courtyard lights, are as vivid as any memory I've ever had. Staying with my great grand mother, may she rest in peace, meant walking to Joe & Son's on Fridays, Bowers Barber State & Fed. W. C. Claims Certified by_ Michigan State University All Job-Related Injuries. Change Treating Physicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C. / Race Discrimiriatior:_ FREE CONSULTATlONI (813) 223 (Except For Pure Title VII Cases) 220 E. 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Change is as inevitabl e as the wind tha t brings it. Central Park had its days and now its time' ha:s come and gone. While the people are relocated and the buildings leveled, nothing can destroy the memories created by its presence in the lives of those who've encountered its embrace. With that, I bid my old stompin' grounds a fond farewell. May it find peace and "nappiness" next to College Hill and Ponce de Leon in ghetto heaven ... cheers! For comments, write Clarence Barr, II, (43110-018) at Edgefield Federal Correctional Facility, P. 0. Box 725, Edgefield, SC, 29824 or email cbarr2oasisnoveJs.com. Auto, Truck lVIotorcycle or Boat Accidents. Slip and Falls, Nursing Home Neglect or Med. J\tlalpractice. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. Our Firm1s Rated By Martindale-Hubbell, The Highest Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standard, Worldwide. 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_ LOCAL Choir Director To Celebrate 35 Years BY BILLY WHEELER On Sunday, July 29 th at 4 p. m many choirs, groups and so l oists from the Tampa Bay are a will meet at t h e Grea ter New Salem Primitive Baptist Churc h 1605 N. Nebraska Ave., t o celebra te the 35year a nni versary of Fred Black as a C h oir Director. Elder Theodis Lane is the pastor, apd dir ec t _ini}. d1o irs since 19',72. Toda y ; motivate s and his tutelage more dedi ca ted to their work In Tampa, he has helped to bring Choir Directors to the forefront. Having watched his directions, many have learned how to blend voices. Looking back, Black recalls that it was the St. John AME Church in Quincy (Gadsden County) that helped to launch his career as a director. "One of the teachers had m e to sing on her Valentine's Day Pr.ogram and asked me to sing with her children's choir," Black said. Having play ed in the band, I started to direct the choir as we sang. The teacher asked me to come work with her choir. They paid me $5 a Sunday," he chuckled. Graduating from high school BRO: FRED as the of his class, Black came to Tampa to fur ther his education, having a full scholarship to the University of South Florida. He finished in 3 years. While a student, he directed the Gospel Choir there, following in the footsteps of (the late) Wayne Leonard. Asked about Tampa's strongest musical asset, Black stated, "our varied worship experiences the COGICs present with a lot of power, the AMEs are strong in hymns and anthems; the Baptists preserve our heritage with common, short and long meter hymns, and the Catholics have a lot of structure." Currently, Black directs New Weii-Kno1Nn Library Employee Celebrates Retirement Over 100 colleagues, friends and family members recently gathered t o ce lebrate the retirement of Rugenia "Jean" Meeks. Meeks has worked with th e Tampa-Hillsborough Public Libr a r y System for 32 years, and on Saturday, July 14th th e local library veteran celebrated her r e tirement with her lo ve d ones. The retir e ment banque t and gala was held at the Doubletre e Airport-Westshore Hotel, and was hosted by Meeks' oldest son, Attorney Bruce Meeks of Tallahassee. Terri Cook of Fort choirs at Greater New Salem P. B Church, where he is a member, New Progress, St. Mark M. B Church, First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens and many others. He conducts various music work shops and has been the Choir Director for the St Petersburg District of the AME Church for 18 years. A Hillsborough County educator in the ESE Department for 25 years, Black enjoys reading poems and iyrics to music in his free time. ''I'm excited about this anniversary," he concluded. Over 100 family and fr,iends gathered recently to celebrate the retirement of Rugenia Meeks whose seated. (Photos taken by Sylvester Harris.) Lauderdale performed a comedy skit at the event, and Billy Wheeler provided music for the event. There were also singing, dancing and poetry readings by Meeks' grandchil dren and nieces. "There was a slide show of Jean's life that moved me to tears, and was so elegantly presented. This was a fantastic event for Jean," saidPeggy Barr, a former co-worker of Meeks. "It was truly a memo rable event that we will never forget. We want to thank them so much for inviting us to cele brate Jean's retirement. It was the best Retirement Celebration that we have ever been to." Meeks has worked at sever-al libraries throughout Hillsborough County during her career including the Seminole Branch, Peninsular Branch and the Ybor Branch. She spent the last decade of her career at the John F. Germany Branch in Downtown Tampa. Meeks stated that her postretirement plans include traveling, visiting the sick and engaging in more physical activities like walking and bowling. She also plans on con tinuing her affiliation with the Golden Rule Christian Women' s Circle where she is currently vice-president. Meeks is the wife of the late Kenneth Meeks, and has three children: Bruce, Deborah and Kent. M l s s. 0 N A R y II' . .. _;, ... : J) 0 )> r_ c 1\.) 1\.) 0 0 --.1 "TT r 0 ::0 c )> en m z :::t z m r;m c:: r r m :::t :;z c: m r u; ::1: m c m < m ::0 < -t c:: m en Wbe.re the Message ;;,r;e,:.Divine. C . 3005 E. Ellicott. St ... .. : -;::,:; .... REVIVAlS .. ... 1 REV. DR. T. W. JENKINS A SEASON OF ... REPENTANCE RESTORATION RENEWAl Church And Community . . W e .ek Of Prayer July 30-August 3,. 2007'--.:. 7 Nightly Annual Nightly Worship Week Of Revival 6--10, 2007 7 P.M.Nightly . r Guest Preacher: -6 REV. EDWARD McCREE, JR. Pastor Of Israel Baptist Church Detroit, REV. EDWARD l\1CCREE, JR. )> z c "TT ::0 c

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:::0 LOCAL I Behind The Pulpit:] Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 2607 E. 24th Avenue Rev. Dr. W. F. Leonard I Pastor A family-ori ente d atmosphere, a genuine praise ser'Jice and a versatile ministerial staff are great qualities ior any church. However, all of them can be found at Peace Progressive M.B. Church. Peace Progressive, located at 2607 E 24th Avenue, welcomes all visitors with the same greeting: "We are blessed to have you in our midst. If you 're looking for a church h o m e, please con s id e r u s." Rev. Dr. W. F. Leonard has been pastor of the church for 22 years. He has received an Associates Degree in Biblical Studies, a Degree in Theology and is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Christian Theology all from Blessed Hope Bible College i:n Tampa. He was also awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity from the local bible college . The well-known pastor r ecently announced his r etire m ent, but will continue to serve as senior pastor BY THE GRACE OF GOD MINISTRIES, INC. ln\'ites You To Come hear a d\'namic motii pm 1 Sutluduy Nmemher I 7, 2tlfl 7 (a l f>pm Saturday A IlK"'' 18, 2007 (li; 6p1i1 Saiurday O< Wh<'r 211, 2iJII7@; f>pm Saturday De. Rev. Fred Sanders, Pasto. r Sis. Camilla Brown, Youth Director 3410 E. Wilder Ave. Tampa, FL JJ6IO 81JJ8-6508 Thg !!anctuary and thg City rtf Tampa Parks s. Rgcrgafion ()pnfinvifg you to cglgbrafg gummgr thQ 2nd Annuat Back to Rchoot .Jaml ... July 28., 2007 2:00 p.m. -6:00 p. -m. T Crggf Park 8116 N. 37th Tampa. Fl33604 Free Food Mugie I Clown Gameg Faee Pai, nt-ing FREEl Giveaway for all kid!:l while supplies las !) r \,. "'-;'"'.. F II h. F I \ .. ,, e owg 1 p & un_ : .. ,.., All are weleomed Admiggionl \, The San .ctuary A Refresh(ng Place to Be ... Larry D Lewis Founder/Pastor 10220 N 30th Street. Suite B Tampa Flo'rfd a 33612 (located /;letween Busch & Bougainvillea in Hicks Pf en m z :::! z m t;"" m c: r rm :::! z ., c: m r u; ::I: m c m < m -t c: m fJ) c G') m c.o I )>

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,.... 0 0 C'\1 C'\1 C'\1 w z :::) ""') c a: LL c a: LL c z < c (/) w :::) i: w > w c w :z:: (/) :::J ID :::) Q. z ti ..J ..J ID ...:. w z w (/) i a: g LL BLESSED HOPE BIBLE COLLECE 5606 N. Nebraska Ave ,..---"---1....;3);...2_37-6076 www. blessedhopebiblecollege.org Sunday, August 12, 2007 5:00P.M. Springhill M. B. Church Tampa, Rorida 33619 Herbert C. Jacobs, Minister Of Music Rev. ELI_gene Garnett, Pastor BIGGHAM $15.00 Advance $20.00 Da\' Of Service 813-626-7070-767-1998 Doors Open At 4:30P.M. We Educate The Whole Child At MIDDLE SCHOOL 1706 Spruce St. (813) 25J:0053 A Nutritional And Caring Certified Teachers Athletic Program Group And / Reading Math Oriented Curriculum *Hot Meals Sp anish Educational Field Trips Limited Transportation *Public Charter School FREE Tuition LOCAL Air Force Couple Retire Together Senior Master Sgt. Jonathon Holbrook pre-Senior Master Sgt. Carla Holbrook embraces sents his wife with diamonds as a retirement her children, Joia, 19, and Christian, 11, during gift during a ceremony to honor the Air Force the retirement ceremony for she and her huscouple who are retiring after 52 years of com-band, Senior Master Sgt. Jonathon Holbrook. bined service. (Photo by Bryan Mitchell/S&S). (Photo by Bryan Mitchell/S&S). BY: BRYAN MITCHELL Stars and Stripes UK Weekly Edition They enlisted months apart in 1981, met on duty in Spain a few years later, wed and rose through the ranks at RAF MILDENHALL --roughly the same pace on With friends, family and co-their way to the second highworkers gathered in her est enlisted rank. honor, Senior Master Sgt. "It's never been easy, but Carla Holbrook reflected on we've never competed Except her more than two decades that time I made Staff serving alongside her Air (Sergeant) before you," she Force husband. said to widespread laughter: DEACONS' ASSOCIATION OF TAMPA BAY Is FRED SHORT President DEACON MILTON -\Church For Rent 150-200 Seating Capacity Revivals Sunday Services : ted Events For"'More Info 850-4472 -College llill Church Of God In Christ 6414 30th Strert Tampa, FL 33610 YOUTB 1>.A. y Sunday, July 29, 2007 11:00 A.M . "The Masquerade Is Over: Pulling Down The Old, Putting On The New"_ . :-. : . .. Speaker: DR. AURORAL. JONES St. Florida ELDER CHARLES DAVIS Pastor Chairperson MOTHER ROSANNA MCCULLOUGH "Then you were a bit salty for a while. But we got through that like we got through everything else." The Air Force coupl e with more than a half-century s worth of combined service was honored last week with a retirement ceremony attended by dozens of service members from the two largest Air Force bases in England. Carla Holbrook served as the Superintendent at the 48th Judge Advocate General's office on RAF Lakenheath while her husband, Senior Master Sgt. Jonathon Holbrook, was the Infrastructure Superintendent for the 100th Civil Engineering Squadron on RAF Mildenhall. Airmen filled the banqutt hall of the RAF Miidenhall officer's club to _send the Holbrooks off from the Ai ,. Force with sty]Q, pomp nnd heartfelt appreciation. "Even though we arc sad to see her leave, this is a da y to celebrate," said 48th Staff Judge Advocate Lt. Col. James Byrne of _Carla Holbrook. "She made the Air Force a better place through her time here." Lt. Col. Scott Hartford, .lOOth Civil Engineering Squadron commander, praised Jo-nathon Holbrook's commitment to country, perspnal satrifice and leadership. of al( ,we_ wilr'iniss you as a tnie h!"ader-,.h coach .. and men. tor to 'airrnen'_ _under your charge,"-H3"rtford said. "That. is where you excelled, and that is where your legacy will carry on." While cqlleagues honored the Holbroe>ks' seifv .ice -.tp country, it was their devotion . t<;> each other thaf,supported .. their family through 26 yeJ!rS of service. "When a man til1ds a w)fe, he finds a good -""thing," Jonathon Holbrook said. "Thank you for .standing with me al-l these years." ,' These two outstanding peo ple -Tampa c residents. and will return -hom e with their \ two ch'lldren. Sgt. Carla-Holbrook is a Tampa native; graduating from King High School in 19eO. John is a native of G e orgia

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LOCAL -., JJ 0 Teenager Reaps Rewards In Her Quest To Excel Middleton Magnet High School student, Adrianna_ Kristene Evette Hamilton was the recent recipient of three separate forms of recog nition. Adrianna first became the recipient of the Cornerstone Kids' Eckerd Family Scholarship Initiative. As a result of that honor, she was presented a computer, moni tor, and printer. The 17-year-old is also enrolled at Hillsborough Community College, where she is earning college credits while still in high school. She was awarded a summer scholarship to help her in that ven ture. She is currently enrolled in Freshman English and College Success, and will 6 college credits this summer. This enterprising young lady recently returned from Florida A & M University, where she earned a scholarship to attend the school's Summer Band Camp. The Hillsborough County FAMU Alumni Association sponsored the scholarship During the band camp, Adrianna had the opportuni ty to concentrate on improv ing her concert and marching band proficiencies. During the band camp, Adrianna was also chosen for the French Horn Ensemble, a competitive -honor featuring those with superior' skills She was also awarded the Chambers Determination -Award for her. persevtrance and dedication, her grandmother, Mrs. Altamese Hamilton said. "She applied herself and has I 'to:_ \ - l ADRIANNA KRISTENE EVE1TE HAMILTON done exceptionally well this summer. I'm so proud of her. Adrianna was also selected to participate in the Institute of Academic Mastery, Inc.'s SAT Preparation Program, where she worked to prepare for the College Entrance Examination Board's Scholastic Assessment Test." In addition to the many activities Adrianna is involved in, she still finds time to be an avid reader, loves to dance, and listen to music_-She music and venturing into computer technology. Adrianna is also the daughter of Mrs. Eve Hamilton Jones and the granddaughter of Robert Hamilton. She attends St. James HousP. of Prayer Episcopal Church. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 ,or by e-mail at irisfiJYlsentinel.com. Elderly Community Preserves History And Changes Lives c.. c 1\) 1\) Nathaniel Daniels relaxes during one of the apartment's many regular events. BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer The residents of Centro Place Apartments will be out in full force on Friday for a community-wide barbecue. Barbecues, special trips around town and holiday celebrations are just a part of what makes this active elderly community so special. Centro Place has 275 residents, all of them 55 or older. The barbecue, held at the complex located at 1302 E. 21st Avenue, is just one of several activities the apartment staff offers to keep their residents active : ''A lot of the people who stay here have relatives who cannot stay with them throughout the whole day. So we try to do our best to keep them moving and participating in things that they enjoy doing," said Nicole Gutierrez, the assistant manager at Centro Place Apartment Homes. "We have gardening courses, movie nights, puzzles and holiday Gwendolyn Thompson, Marilyn Slade and Thelma Daniels enjoying themselves at a recent Cinco De Mayo Celebration at Centro Place Apartments. celebrations where DJs come and play music. Many of the residents really seem to enjoy themselves." The site of Centro Place has a history of helping others. From 1928 to 1991, the Centro Austriano HospJtal served as the medical facility for the Ybor City neighborhood. Gutierrez says that the barbecue, as well as other regular events, are designed to remind the elderly' residents that they still have a lot more to do. "Events ljke the barbecue give them a :reason to meet and talk to their n -eighbors, talk amongst iheinselves and get to know each. other better," said Gutierrez. "We want them to have a great time, and still be productive even in their elderly years." It's All HaPPeniM At Thonotosassa Seventh DaY Adventist Church 9525 Joe Ebert Road Thonotasassa. Florida 33592 SundaY. 5. 2007 1:00 P.M. -5:00 P.M. IMPORTANn! YOU MUST BRING Photo 10 Child's Birth Certificate Immunization Record Proof Of GuardianshiP call rs13J 986-1966 To Resister For An APPointment Two Locations 816 E. Genesee Street & 2708 N. Central Avenue 1+ Just Minutes From Downtown, -pr (813J 231-2059 or f813J VPK Pro2ram (free for 4-Year-olds who are 4 on or before SePtember I st of the school Year). .:-Do YOU: for a DaYcare that has a 'rovine and carlne . Do You: wish for a DaYcare that focuses on hU!her learnih2 for . your cbild? "'_Do You:wish for teachers that are readY to .love and nurture Your child? 0 0 ....., 0 : JJ t/). m Z -t :z: m ; r I I m : c : r 1 r m ; :::! z "0 c: m r en :::t m c m < m JJ -< -t c m tn c > z c ., JJ c We Invite You To Come And Visit Center C) Servin!! Children 0-12 Years Old CTA 431616 . _.

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""' 0 0 N LOCAL Sorority Shares Stories Of Black Sisterhood c a: LL .. 3 2 L. l ,. i .. I) u J -c: u > u l J ') j l ) '" -:.. J J J ) l J J -GWEN MYERS ... Gamma Theta Omega President From July 22nd until October 7th, the traveling e xhibit depicting the history of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority will be on di s play at the John F Germany Public bibrary, 700 North Ashley Drive, downtown Tampa. In January 2008 in Washington, D.C. Alpha Kappa Alpha will officially celebrate their 100-year _anniversary. -At the Germany Library, however, is a collection of history of the country's oldest Black sorority, founded in 1908 on the campus of Howard University by 16 women. Local chapter, Gamma Theta Omega, has partnered with Hillsbor bugh County in setting' up the exhibit on the second floor in the northwest corner. -This is a photo of how formding member Ethel Hedgeman's dormitory room looked. Local chapter president, Gwen Myers, official spokesperson for the exhibit while it's in Tampa, said the display is free for everyone to see and is open during normal library operating hours. 'We will have representatives through the week to talk to whomever is interested in knowing about our history. "We're proud to have the exhibit come to Tampa. This is our first time hosting it here, and so far, it has been to Atlanta, Georgia, and Richmond, Virginia Ms. Myers said the exhibit was first on display at their 2006 National Conference in Detroit, Michigan. Project Manager, Sonja Garcia, said Tampa is the only Florida stop for the exliibit -Ms. Garcia is a former South Atiantic Region director and worked on the exhibit's planning comm ittee. "We want the country to know there is a group of African American women who have enriched lives, and we continue to do so said Ms. Garcia. The organization has 200,000 members worldwide and the Tampa chapter has 185 members. The official grand opening to the community will be Sunday, August 12th from 12 p m. to 4 p.m. at the library. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at reon@fls enti n e l.com I 'LAD$1ESI WIGS PUMP IT UP FABU-LAXER -2/SS.OO -, 53.99 '' ..... In The Spotlight CHEVY We are glad to have a fan favorite grace our pages this week. It is our pleasure to. bring' back Chevy as this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature. This young lady has had several people calling for return so we are glad to have her back. Chevy says that she enjoys traveling, writing, dancing, shopping, rea<;fing and listening to music. Any guy trying to get kno\V tier better : must be good-looking, intelligent, spontaneous and have a great sense of humor. Congratulations to Chevy on being this week's Spotlight Unlimited Feature. -Booth Rentals Walk Ins Welcome And Street, West Of 34th Street FREE HOMEIOFRCE DEUVERY AND PICK-UP Phont: (N 13) 248-5405 Fax: (N 13) 248-5408 3302 East i\hntin Luthc1 King . h. BIYd. Tampa. Flmida 33610

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. LOCAL SPORTS Bowlers Present Scholarships i I i l I Showtyme bowlers shown with the scholarship recipients are: Toney, Tony, D. S., Levi, Deric, I Jeff, Dino, Carlton, Maurice, Armand, David, Ronnie D., Will, Eric, Lonnie, Curtis, Johnnie, 0 Scholarship recipients Shante Howard and Leon Levy, center, arc flanked by Toney Burden, President, left, and Deric Galloway, Vice President. Rich, George, Christy, Joyce, Lee, Vinda, Josie, Adrian and Tara. ):> m 3 Team Showtyme, Inc. gathered at a .local bowling alley recently to present scholarships to 2 junior level bowlers during one of their-sessions. Burden, Team President, said the group presented scholarship aid to Shante Howard and Leon Levy. Team Showtyme, Inc. was formed in 2004 from a small group of young men who had been bowling in leagues and tournaments for a number of years. A s part of their incorporation, the group became a not-for-profit organization, increased its membership and added females to the group. Their main goal was t o provide scholarship aid to 2 junior level bowlers -lmale and 1 female -in the Tampa Bay area. The scholarship amount' would be determined on a year-by-year basis. One of the requirements of the applicant is that an essay be written and submitted, using a suggested topic. Applicants should also be junior bowlers or r ecommended by members of the bowling family, Burden explained. (Photographs by Jerry Brunson) \ z m r I llJ c r r m z ..... w I )>

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. LOCALSPORTS c i:t u.. c z c( c (J) w ::l 1-w > w c w :z: (J) ::::i D ::l a. z t= w ...J ...J :l D ..:. w z t= z w (J) C3 a: 0 ..J u.. c( I Students To Participate In Annual Kids Golf Championships Y oungsters fr o m throughout the country, along with those from more than 30 other countries will parti cipate in the 8th Annual U S Kid<= Golf World Championships on August 1st August 5th in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Several youngsters from the T ampa Bay area will be among the competitors at the championship. Among them is 10-year-old Ajani Liggins, of Tampa. This marks the third consecutive year that Ajani will participate in the event. Ajani is the son of Bill and Yolanda Cabrera Liggins. He will begin school as a 5th grade student at Robles Elementary School in the fall. In addition to golf, Ajani also enjoys soccer, basketball, board games, video games, and photography. He attends St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. Ajani was invited to participate in the tournament because of two 3rd place finishes in ether competitions. "He scored very well in one of the particularly tough tournaments aiid received this invitation. Even though AJANI LIGGINS he didn't win, he had one of the best scores in the country in that tournament," his father, Bill Liggins said. Liggins further stated that his son loves competition and began playing golf for that reason. However, he said recently, Ajani has been thinking about turning pro fessional. Other youngsters competing in the event include: Deven Robiero, 7; Harris Armstrong, 11; Nilo Sanchez, and Robert Eis_ch, 8, of Tampa. Conner Campbell, 8 will r epresent Belleaire Bluffs, and 7-year-old Demetri Kotsovolos represents Clearwater. Connor Lynch, Jordan Miller, (both 12), Ramsey Touchberry, 11, Cole Johnson, 10, and 9-yearolds Landry Miller and Mukhtar SaJdarvo are representing Bradenton. Tanner Holman, 9 is representing Sarasota and Athena Yang, who is also 9, is from Lakeland. The U. S Kids Golf World Championships is the largest junior golf tournament in the world for youngsters 4 -12 years of age. More than 700 young athletes qualified to participate this year. The event began in January 1997, to provide a competitive outlet to younger golfers. Youngsters participating in the event receive invitations after they win or place in one of several golfing events affiliated with the U. S Kids Golf Championships. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@flsentinel. com. State's .Head Football Coaches To Attend Media Day Event T.he Tampa Bay Sports Commission, Sports and FSN Florida will be hosting the 200_7 Florida Sports Writers Association College Football Media Pays event July 28th and 29th. The event will be held at the Quorum Hotel, 700 North W estshore Boulevard. The press conference sessions will be conducted in the Royal Palm Ballroom on the first floor of the hotel. The media day event will begin Saturday at 9 a.m. :with Miami Hurricane head football coach Randy Shannon, who will be followed by University of Florida head coach Urban Meyer, Webber International coach Kelly Scott, University of Central Florida coach George O'Leary, and Florida Interqational coach Mario 'Cristobal. On Sunday at 9 a.m., University of South Florida coach Jim Leavitt will be featured, followed by. Edward. Water .coach Kevin.' Clark, Howard Schnellenger, Jacksonville coach Kerwin Bell, Florida A&M coach Ruben Carter, ALVINWYAIT .. Bethune-Coolonan University head coach RANDY SHANNON ... Miami University head coach Wyatt, and Florida State University coach Bobby Bowden. RUBEN CARTER ... F1orida A&M University head coach .KEVIN CLARKI ... Edward Water CQllege headcoach as the college fbotball season approaches. W Bethune-Cookman University coach Alvin The two-day will be an excellent opportunity for area sports writers to talk with 'the state's 12 coaches Media rep:t:esentatives ari asked to be at the hotel 30 minutes prior to the fi .rst scheduled session that will begin at 9 a m . Softball District Champs The W est T ampa Spartans Major L eague Softball T eam won the District 6 Tournament last month. They won the best 2 of 3 game s against Citrus Park. In the elimination game, Antonisha Johnson hit a homerun, scored a single and made 2 spectacular catches. Her batting average is 4.24, and she went 14 of 24 in the tournament. Her father, Antonio and stepmother Tanya say they are very proud of her accomplishments. The team celebrated their victory at a local restaurant. Members of the West Tampa Spartans Major League Girls' Softball Team with their coaches: from left, Paul, Todd, C. and RandyM. 1248 E . Hillsborough Suite#206'

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. SPORTS SPO.RTSIDE WITH RANDY uccaneers In Training Camp The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are now in Orlando preparing for the upcoming football season This pre-season camp is probably the most important one of Coach Jon Gruden's coaching career. After two straight losing seasons, the coach's job may be on the line. While the Glaziers have not said that, they have not offered any assurance that Gruden's job is safe. The But:s go into t:amp with some big time t i (!ll s. Q uesti o 11s I i who will be the backup quarterbat:k? Is Simeon Rice at full strenb>i:h? Who will the wide receivers be? Will Carn'ell "Cadillac" Williams return to form? Can Derrick Brooks sqmczc out another All Pro season? And most can the Bucs' offcnseput points on tht board? Has..;Tigea BecomeAverage? Tiger Woods was once the most dominant golfer in the. uni\erse. Lately, he no longer performs that way. l\Iany golrfans arc beginning to won ,dcr whtth'eror not Tiger Woods has just b(conw .an a\'cr' age playt 'J' oi1 thl' PGA Tour? -Is Tigea's problem his family? Is it the fact that he so seldom? Or is it the results of his latest laser eye SliJ'gery? He appears to be having trouble judging distance and lining up shots. Will the real Tiger please stand up. Riding On A Football Field The Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League play their home games in a dome stadium. It is a stadium unlike any other stadium in the world The team plays on natural grass. No dome stadium has natural grass but this one. Grass doesn't grow in dome stadiums because it can't get enough sunlight. At the Cardinals stadium, they grow the football field outside the stadium and slide it into the stadium, on game day. The grass grown on a moving conveyer belt. The entire contraption weighs 19 million tons. It is moved by 76 small motors on a rail similar to a train. What makes this stadium so special is it is the only one ofits kind in the world. Magie GM At Blake's Gym. Last Tuesday night, the Riverfront Basketball League moved its schedule to the Howard W. Blake gymnasium. An unexpected visitor showed up. The visitor was Otis Smith, the General l\Ianager of the Orlando Magic . A number of players in the gym were players who played pro-basketball overseas. Webber College was also playing. -Those in the gym were wondering who Smith was to see. Jerry Reynolds, who played for the Magic is the Assistant Coach at Webber. Tampa, FL --' Keys Made 69 and Up Latex Paint .... ... . $5.99 gat Qil '.-1 I I '', t', -r Roller .. ....... ....... ..... .... 2-4 9 3" ...... : .. __ -SALE P RIES GOOD. A D ONLY!! ,' I -._ Glenn Retires After 10 Years With Colts INDIANAPOLIS-Tarik Glenn, a three-time Pro Bowl tackle for the Indianapolis Colts, announced Tuesday he will retire from the NFL because he longer has the passion he once had for football. ThP. 31-year-old Glenn, a first-round draft pir:k out of California in 1997, started 154 regular-season games during his 10-year career. A steady blocker on the left side of the offensive line, he was a main reason quarterback Peyton Manning was sacked just 15 times last .. season and a league-low 176 times since Manning joined the team in 1998. The 6-foot-5, 332-pound Glenn was second to 11-year veteran receiver Marvin Harrison in years of service with the Colts. "T.'/ t l rle vozce of Our Com.numi(v Speaking for ltse(f' 248-1921 Vick Told To Skip Training Catnp; Arraigned Thursday MICHAEL VICK Footba ll Leagu e to determine w h ether your conduct even if n u t criminal, n o neth e less violated league policies, including the Personal Conduct Policy." The letter came in the wake of a meeting betwee n Goodell and officials from animal rights group American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty, who called for the outright suspension ofVick. Vick was arraigned Thursday in federal court in Richmond, Va. Goodell, in his letter, asked that the Falcons withhold any. contemplated team discipline regarding Vick's predicament until an NFL review is completed. The Falcons were Embattled NFL quarter-set however to suspend Vick back Michael Vick has been for the first four games of the ordered by league commis-season. sioner Roger Goodell to Animal-rights advocates stay away from the team's and their dogs gathered training camp in the wake of Monday outside Atlanta his indictment on federal Falcons headquarters; call dogfighting charges. ing for the suspension. In a letter to Vick written About 48 people took part in Monday, Goodell wrote: the protest organized by "While it is for the criminal People for the Ethical justice system to determine Treatment of Animals. They your gililt or innocence, it is held signs reading "Kick my responsibility as commis, Vick," "Tackle Cruelty" and sioner of the National "Sack Vick!". NFL, Union Join Finally Join Forces To Help Retired _Players, GENE UPSHAW WASHINGTON -NFL commissioner Roger with nearlv a dozen former players Tu;sday to discuss a new joint effort to look into disability pay and health care for retirees. Upshaw billed nearly three-hour session at union headquarters as the first meeting of an NFLNFLPA alliance that also includes the Hall of Fame and NFL Alumni. "Some great work has beei1 done tl-iis," Goodellsaid, "and this is a natural' evolution of trying to do things better." Goodell and players' union -head Gene met The three main issues discussed joint replacement surgery, cardiovascular care and assV;ted living. Some retired players han been open I y c l'i tic a I of t lw PYRAMID INGENUI7V-NFL and the: union ow1 : tht . :.lr,,J amoun. t o( otdt;,. "Erpert Solilti(}/i:r1o Al({!)f: tiiiiF retirees get .th)ii1 a $1.1 bil-': ... -:HoilieRepair.\'" lion fund st't'asjdc for dis- M ... 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c a: u. c z c:t 0 t/) w :::: > a: w > w 0 w J: VJ :J m 0. z . Running Back Martin To Retire Jets running back Curtis Martin, the fourth leading rusher in NFL history w h o hasn't p la ye d since the 2005 season. will make it official.. .. h e is r.etiring from the NFL. Last month, Martin reworked his contract for a sec ond straight year to provide the team more salary cap room Martin tore cartilage in his right knee in Week 2 of the 2005 season agairtst Miami, and aggravated it two games later against Baltimore. He played through the pain, but ended his season after the Jets' 12th game The five-time Pro Bowler said the knee became a "bone-on-bone" situation when the damaged cartil age was surgica ll y removed in D ecem ber 2005. Martin, 34, has carried 3,518 times for 14 101 yards and 70 touchdowns in 168 CURTIS :MARTIN games. Onl y Emmitt Smith, Walter Payton and Sanders have compiled more rushing yards. Williams Signs Six Year $51.5 M Contract MILWAUKEE -Mo Williams chose Brew City over Pat Riley and South Beach on Tuesday, signing a six-year, $51.5 million contract to remain with the Milwaukee Bucks. As .far as Williams is con-cerned, Milwa,ukee is the w ..J place to be. ...J Bucks general manager :::: m Larry Harris knew MOWJLLIAMS .J Williams was secondmost-coveted point guard on the market after the Pistons' CJ;tauncey. BiJlups. Harris 11) figured the Heat: perhaps ihe CleverancfCavaliers would make strong runs at Williams, leading to a lot of sleepless nights. 0 TAIVIPA 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. is Nov. 25 Dec. 2 Dec. 9 Dec 16 Dec. 23 Dec. 30 @ Seattle Seahawks New Orleans Saints St. Louis Rams @ Carolina Panthers @ Indianapolis Colts Tennessee Titans @ Detroit Lions Jacksonville Jaguars Arizona Cardinals BYE WEEK @Atlanta Falcons Washington Redskins @ New Orleans Saints @Houston Texans Atlanta Falcons @ San Francisco 49ers Carolina Panthers 4:15p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1 : 00 p.m ... 4:05p.m. 4:05p.m. 1:00p.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:05p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00p.m. 1:00p.m. 1:oop.m . 1:00 p.m. 1:00p.m. 8:15p.m. 1:00 .m. SPORTS Falcons CB Faces Possession Charge RICHMOND, Va. -Atlanta Falcons cornerback Jimmy Williams is facing a misdemeano r marijuana pos session charge. State police charged the Hampton native on June 2, according to Goochland County General District Court records. An initial court scheduled for July 16 was postponed until Dec. 3. Falcons spokesman Reggie Roberts said Williams was not arrested, adding that the charge will be contested ''The Voice .Of Our Co1nnzunity Bears Agree To Six Year Contract Extension For CB The Bears cleared a major hurdle for the future of their defense Tue sday by agreeing with cornerb.ack Charles Tillman on a six-year extension that will kee p him in Chicago until 2013. The deal will pay about $38 million in new money with $18.5 million in guarantees. Combined with the recent signing of cornerback Nathan Vasher for $28 mil lion for five years, the Bears have resolved the two major questions in their secondary. The 6-foot-1, 196-pound Tillman, who matches up well with tall wide receivers, is close with quarterback Rex Grossman and one of the most popular pl ayers on the team. The former third-CHARLES TILLMAN round choice has played 53 games for the Bears and has 14 interception s 10 of which came over the past two sea so n s. Iverson Offers Support To Vick NORFOLK, Va.-Allen Iverson offered some words of advice to beleaguered Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, who will be arraigned Thursday on charges he sponsored a dogfighting operation in Virgini a. Iverson, who has had to contend with his own legal issues in the past, said Saturday that Vick should "keep his head up," adding he's not surprisedby the volume and intensity o f the criticism toward Vick, a fellow Virginia native Iverson gave an impromp. tu interview Saturday during a celebrity flag football game he hosted in Norfolk as part of his Allen Iverson Summer Classic Weekend. Iverson, in his interview ALLEN IVERSON with the Daily Press, said he didn't think pro athletes. should just cut ties with old friends.

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. SPORTS Sheffield Rooting For Bonds To Break HR Record BARRY BONDS And GARY SHEFFIELD CHICAGO Gary Sheffield is rooting for Barry Bonds to break Hank Aaron's home run record. Sheffield and Bonds had a falling out before the 2002 season, when they worked out together and Bonds' trainer supplied Sheffield with substances l!lter alleged to be steroids. ciaimed he wasn't aware he was taking illegal performance-enhancing sub-stances. Before Wednesday's game against the Chicago White Sox, Sheffield labeled Bonds "the best who ever lived ." I want him to break the record so bad, because of the way they're treating hi1i1," Sheffield said. "Barry transcended the game, Barry changed the game." Sheffield said he probably will reach out to Bonds after he breaks the record. Falcons' Dunn Out 3-4 Weeks After Back Surgery / FLQ\YETIY BRANCH, Ga. -As. .. i(they didn't have enough troubles, tpe Atlanta Faic6 'ns Wednesday tljat: qwning back Warrick -Dunn will miss three to four weeks after having back surgery. :Dunn, who rushed for a team-high 1,140 yards bst year, hurt his back during offseason workouts and had ti1e on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Falcons have the prel';easoh \vh1le D!inn recovers. .. '-Tampa resident Warrick Dunn will be out for 3-4 weeks after having back surgery. The former Buc, led the Atlanta Falcons in rushing last seas'ori, had 'discomfort' in lower back. Ayers doins -Wizards As Assistant Coach WASHINGTON -Former 76 .ers and Ohio State. coach Rapdy. Ayers was hired Tuesday by the Washington Wizards as _l;ln assistant. .Ayers, expected to focus on : defense, was' an. .assistant with'.the .. Magic .. Ravens Sign QB Smith TROY SMITH OWINGS MILLS, Md. -Former Ohio quarterbach: Troy Smith was signed by the Baltimore Ravens to three-year contracts. Pistons Sign Me Dyess DETROIT :-The-Detroit. Pistons signed forward Antonio McDyess to a twoyear extension on Monday, keeping. the team's top reserve off the free-agent lllarket next SUlllffier . :.. .. McDyess, whose career once was in doubt of knee operations, played in a career-high 82 games in each of th. e last two seasons. He has one season remaining on his current deaL The 32-year-old McDyess average? 8.1 points making 53 percent of hi.s ,shotssix rebounds anQ. 21 'minutes a gan1e last season, .. finishjrig sixth in voting for the Sixth Ma:n of the Year. defensive schemes for a tea, m 'that to the NBA finais: and he has beenop staffs that have maae postseason appearances He will fit in nicely our coaching staff." past . tw_ o seasons. Before that, \ile spent sons with the 76ers / .. Ay.ers_ was Ohi o Stafe'!? head coa (/) m z :::! z m I I 'a:J c: r r-. m '-4 z 'tJ c: a:J !: en ::::t m c m < m ::c -< '-4 .C:. m (/) C ')> ; Z c '"T1 :::c c .... -";'I )>

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MR. GREGORY DENNARD JONES 'GREG' Homegoing services for Mr. Gregory Dennard Jones, affectionately called "Greg", of 5406 N. 32nd Street, who passed away Wednesday, July 18, 2007, will be held Saturday, July 28, 2007, at 11 a. m., at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M.L.K. Jr., Blvd., with Pastor Terry Smith, officiating. C Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. fE Mr. Jones was born in C Tampa, on March 7, 1960, to z Willie and Lizzie Jones. He < was a self employed mechan> ic. < He was preceded in death C by: his father; grandfather ffi Washington Wallace; mother, .catherine Wallace; t-uncle, Jimmy Wallace; and > cousins, Larry Bivens a: Elinder Scott and StUbbins. W He leaves to mourn his C passing: spouse, Patricia W Jones; 2 sons, Conneil Jones ::C and Sharod Jones; mother Lizzie Jones; brothers: m Rodney Wallace and fiancee Helena, and Vin.cent Jones: Q. sisters, Jacqueline Jones' z Denise Jones and Wt-Young (Landis); aunts, Lillie Clark, Leola McGill, Delores ...I Scott (Paul), Evelyn Carter S and Ruth Ann Branton m uncles, Berry Wallac; ..:, (Jackie) and Eugene Wallace W (Boki); nieces, Latiya Bell Z Lashika Young, Indi Jones' Shawanna Felton and aJ Kenniya Norman; nephews, Uf Cortrell Wallace, Demarcus < Young, Jarvarious Shoats C and Kenneth Nornian, II; a: grand nieces, DeMyiah 0 Barkley, MiKaila Wallace and ...J Jayani Jackson; grand U. nephe":s, Javon January, Marzarms Young-Bradley a:nd Jaylen Jackson; special cousins, Lindsey Scott, Charlene Wallace and Herbert Stubbins; special the Mighty Moments -Otis Bell, Nathan Hampton, Wayne Williams and Anthony Hampton best friend, Rick Relford;' and a ho.st of cousins an' d other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday eveping (today) from ELDER HENRY JOE YOUNG Homegoing celebration services for the legendary Elder Henry Joe Young of 2508 N. 32nd Street, who passed away on Friday, July 13, 2007, will be held Saturday, July 28, 2007, at 1 p.m. at St. Peter's Apostolic Church, 3303 E. Ellicott, Bishop Huey of North Carolina, officiating. The interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Elder Henry Joe Young was raised in Cordele, Georgia. He was one of 2 sibllngs; his sister preceded him in death. At an early age he was saved in 1961. Elder Young was a faithful Elder and Pastor, serving as Chairman of the National Board of the Peter's Apostolic Church, Inc. Elder Young was also a well known Paving Contractor for the last 40 years. At the time of his passing he was the Pastor of St. Peter's Apostolic Church Inc. in Tampa. He was also pastor in Auburndale and Lakeland. He was united in holy matrimony to Betty J. Mobley in 1967 and to this union three children were born. A God-fearing man, Elder Young gave his life to Christ and to the ministry of God's word. He leaves to cherish his memory: a very devoted wife, Betty Jean; 3 sons, Wilbert G. Young, Wendell C. Young, and Reginald N. Yourig; a loving daughter, Marilyn Walker and husband, Jerry; 6 grandchildren, Deterio, Niamya, and Inaj Young, Jerry, Delano, and Maceo Walker; aunt, Catherine Diggs and husband, Wallace, Tampa, Katie B. Killins, Cordele, GA; uncle, Ted. Felton, New York; brothersin-law, Nathaniel Mobley and wife, Carolyn, Herbert Mobley Jr., and -Calvin Mobley; devoted cousin, Albert Young and wife, Bell . sister-In-law, Cecelia Langs.ton and husband, Dwight; and a host of nieces, nephews, other family and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m. on Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 2508 N. 32nd Street. "AIKENS FUN.ERAL HOME" 5-8 p. m. The funeral cortege ...---------------. will arrange from 3718 E. -FarrulyOwnedandOperated-Henry Ave. Friends are asked A Tradition Continue.r < I co .,.. w to assemble at the chapel 10:45 a. m. on Saturday for the service. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME" Support The Florida Sentinel .Advertisers 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl33610 -PI!. (813) 232 Fax (813) mo521 Let our ja11u1y talre care oj-p1ur family. "W
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FUNERALS MS.JEMMI l{AY ENGLISH Funeral ser:vices for Ms. Jemmi Kay English, who passed away July 19, 2007, in Jacksonville, will be held at 10:30 a. m. Saturday, July 28, 2007, at the Bethel A.M.E. Church, 5001 Cumbel'land Drive, Tampa. The Pastot, Reverend Beverly Hills Lane, will officiate. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Jemmi Kay English, was burn in Tampa. growing up in Ybot City/Belmont Heights, Jemmi attended College Hill Elementary, -Bookct T. Washington and. Middleton Seniot High School. Jcmmi was ahead of hct time and made a name for herself as a prcmiet swin11ner at Cyrus Green Pool. Ccach Abc Btown saw the potentials she had and developed them to the fullest. Had Jemmi been born 20 yems later, she would have made it to the Olympics .femmi spent most of her working years in Parks and Rectcation at Ponce De Leon, with Johnny Lestet, and Mr. \Vhite. l!!!. (t to ,mount her passing, chctish het memol'ies and cclelnate the beauty of hct life me: het loving and cming chikhen, .John (Dusty) of Tampa, and Angelia (Angie) English of Tallahassee; mothet, Emma Kate Singfield of Tampa; het sistet, Patticia 0 1'\'eai-\Villiams, Jacksonville; 2 btothets, Otis Charles Singfield, Jt. (Addie), 'and Slwwn DeWitte Singfield of Tampa; nieces and nephews, Vanessa Singficld of Tampa, LaTesha O'Neal (Det'l'ick) of .Jacksonville, Shawn DeWitte Singficld, Jt., DeWan Tyson, Shanda Singficld and Otis Ch;uIes Singficld, all of Tampa, Shawnicka Singficld, Shawnee Singficld and Akia all of Tallahassee, and TtcShawn, TacShawn, DcShawn and Shawnttice Singficld, all of Tampa; aunt, Lotiisc Johnson, Myttlc Beach, South Cmolib; uncle, Henry Hepburn (Mary), Flutcncc, SC'; cousins, Margatct Love (Janies), Louie McRae (Piney) San Diego, CA, F'tedl'ick Bush, T\tckct, GA, Walter Peterson and Ellen Rose Jackson of Miami, Cynthia,McRae and Jessie Mac Williams, all of T ampa, Rosiland (Ike), Cynthia McRae, Cathy Bm'l'ell, Bmbara McRae and Chet'l'i Tyler, all of Myttle_ Beach, SC, Catolyn Campbell of Tallahassee, and Rhonda Butler of Atlanta, GA; brothct-m-law, Earl O'Neal, Jr.; sistet-in-law, Wanda Barkley Singfield, Tallahassee; life long fl'iends and neighbors, Cheryl and Sharman Thomas, Dot : is Thomas, David Douglas, Maxine Douglas, Abdul-Latif Bilal, Johnnie Lester and Katie McNish; and a host of other sor.rowing relatives and friends. Her visitation will be held on Friday'from 5-9 p. m. at the Wilson Funetal Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa. The Family will be ptesent to friends fro_ m 8-9 p. 111. fa111ily.are asked to meet at the church at to:t's a. 111. "A WILSON SERVICE" MR. ROBERT ROSE LEONARD, SR. Ho111egoing services for Mr. Robert. Rose Leonard, Sr., a.k.a., "Cuban Bobby. of Tampa, who passed away_on Sunday, July 22, 2007, at St. Joseph's Hospital, will be held Saturday, July 28, 2007 at 11 a. 111. at Zion Chmch of Holiness, 1475 Tampa Pak Plaza, with Pasto Cynthia Forde, officiating. The Reverend Abraham Bown, Pasto of Filst Baptist Church of College Hill, will be the eulogist. lntetment wall follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Cuban Bobby was born on July 1, 1954, in Tampa to the late Mrs. Thomasmas Leonard and Mr. Robert Rose Leonard (Bob). His grandmother, Otynthia Le.ona1d; and uncle, Raymond Leonard, preceded him in death. He leaves to cherish memories of him: companion, Ramona Lawrence; his sons, Robert Rose Leonard, Jr. (Ileana), Latherio Leona1d, John Leonard, Willie, Adrian Cherry and Lester Weaver, all of Tampa; daughters, Ashley, Ma1y (Angel), Diamond Leonard, Trina Johnson, India Gaynor, Topeka Williams and Ashley Cherry, all of Tampa; 10 grandchildren, April, Robert, Ill, Damian (DJ), .Jemya, Petra, Bebe, Deonquez, Alvin, Landon and Lagon; great grandson, Tylin; aunt, Pearl Hill-Leonard; cousins, Frankie Leonard, Helena Leonard and Shirley Leonard; special friends, Pastor Cynthia Forde, Mrs. Paulette Woodall, Ms. Sharon Minner and Ms. Alf1cda Moore; best fl'iends, Ms. Linda Brown, Shawn Singfield, Yoyo and the crew on 29th Street; and a host of othe1 sorrowing family and friends. A native Tampan, Mr. Leonard w'as educated in the p .ublic schools of Hillsborough County. He was a Salesman of Collectible Items. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. on Friday, July 27, 2007, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Sheet. The funeral co1tege will arrange from 2912 E. 27th Avenue. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m. on Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" MOTHER ROSA STREETER MOULTRY The homegoing celebration for Mother Rosa Streeter Moultry of 11310 Summer Court, Apt. B, who passed away Saturday, July 21, 2007, at University Community Hospital-Fletcher, will be held Saturday, July 28, 2007, at 2 p. m. at Bible-Based Fellowship of Temple Terrace, 8718 N. 46th Street, of which the Reverend Earl Mason is pastor, with Pastor Cecelia Johnson, officiating. She was preceded in death by: a son, Samuel Eric Hawkins (infant); her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie (Inez) Streeter; two sisters, Luvenia Moultry Tyson and Delouris (Pumpkin) Streeter; a niece, Vandelar Streeter; and nephew, Willie Harris, Jr. She leaves to cherish fond memories of her: 2 sons, Rodnick (Tee Clayton) Boyd and Anthony Boyd; 4 daughters, Selma (Wayne) Jackson, Sherron (Alvin) Moulhy, Sharlyne (Willie) Moultry, and Vickie (Tony) Boyd; life long companion, Taft Richardson, Jr.; 18 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, 8 stepchildren, 10 nieces, 13 nephews and 6 godchildren; 3 brothers, Willie R. Streeter, Henry Streeter, and Leonard Streeter and wife, Roxian; 2 sisters, .r'ohnnie Mae Mobley and Anita S. Norton; an adopted sister, Sandra Miles Roberts, all of Tampa; 3 cousins, Katherine Shuman of Rochester, NY; Robert Lee Jones of Tampa, and Eva Washington of Ft. Lauderdale; many othe family members of Arcadia; special friend, Yvonne Davis; and other relatives, church family and fl'iends. Mother Moultry was a born August 7, 1945, in Tampa. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. Mother Moultry relocated to Ft. Lauderdale, where she was joined in holy matrimony to Mr. Willie James Moultry on February 9, 1932. Shortly afterwards she returned to Tampa. She was baptized at an early age in Emmanuel Tabernacle Baptist Church (Apostolic Faith), under the leadership of Elder Gordon. In later years connected with Springhill Missionary Baptist Church and finally uniting in faith with Wisdom In The Word Ministries under the leadership of Pastor Cecelia Johnson, where she was very active with Youth Group 3 The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. on Friday, July 27, 2007, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m. on Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" MR. JOHN HENRY THOMAS, JR. Funeral services for Mr. John Henry "Polly Jack" Thomas, Jr. of 4514 Tarpon Drive, who passed away Monday, July 23, 2007 at Excel Rehab and Nursing Facility, will be held on Saturday, July 28, 2007, at 11 a. m. at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2605 E. Chipco, with the pastor, Reverend Bartholomew Banks, officiating. Interme11t will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cem-etery with full military honors. He leaves to cherish memories of,him: sons, John H. Thomas, III, MiChael Thomas of New 'York, .Cleveland MR. JOHN HENRY THOMAS, JR. Thomas and Darryl Thomas (Diane) of Tampa; grandchildren, Cecil Owens of Texas, Yolanda Thomas, Cedric Thomas, Jacquettia Thomas and Gail Gatlin of Tampa; great grandchildren, Corey Brown, Sean Thomas, Keion Brown, Jacquail Brown of Tampa, Cecil Owens, Jr. and Tyrell Owens; sisters, Alice M Williams, Dorothy Jenkins (Joseph) of Union, NJ, and Ella M. Harvey of Tampa; many nephews, nieces, cousins and other relatives and friends. A native of Mcintosh, Mr. Thomas was a resident of Tampa most of his life. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Don Thompson High School, class of 1954 After graduation, he furthered his educ.ation at Texas Southern University. Mr. Thomas later enlisted in the United States Army, where he served honorably and attained the rank of Sergeant. 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1"-0 0 N ' I N LOVING MEMORYOF HAPPY BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ..., >-"' < 0 a: LL 0 a: LL. 0 z < o en w :::1 1-> a: w > w 0 w -::I: en :::; m :::1 a. z t= w ...J ...J :::1 m ..:. w z t= z w en !C( 0 a: 0 ...J LL. LESLIE N. BURRELL Deceased: 7-28-06 Precious memories how they linger. How they ever flood my soul; in the stillness of the midnight, precious sacred scenes unfold. Sadly missed by: wife, Elloreece; daughters, Dr. Leslene Gordon and Mrs. Audrey McKenzie; grandchildren, Marlon and Michael Gordon, and Melissa and Stirling McKenzie; sons-inlaw, Courtney Gordon and Warder McKenzie; brothers, Everol and Leonard; sistersin-law, Elaine, Grace and Princess; nieces and nephews; and his Church family at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church. We cannot Lord thy purpose see, but all is well that' s done by Thee. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SANDRA YVE'ITE (COOPER) GREEN -July 25, 1966 -May19, 2005 we love .and you and Dllljus each apd every day! With much love, (Flap) arid family. EULA MITCHELL Happy birthday Mommy. We love and miss you very much. Katrena, Rose and Mitchell family. MOTHER, GRANNY THE DRILL SERGEANT CARRIE BROOKINS One year has passed, yet your memory lasts, gone. but not forgotten. Your smile, laughter and advi.ce will always linger in our hearts. We will never, never, never forget you. Yopr loving family. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA .. SENTINEL ADVERTISERS ------------------"Remember Them ,.t., They Creative: Eye Catching -Realistic Monuments QL/ality Products At Great Prices Superior Engraving Done By Experienced Mastercraftsmen Always Dependable & Reliable MONALIS MONUMENTS (813) 810.,0301 Fax (813) 242-4194 East M.LK Blvd. Tampa H 1LU;n-1H M F 9-5 Sat 10-5 Sun. 11-4 . Teryl & Rosalinda Aikens Ser:ving The Tampa Bay Area For over 24 Years We Credit Cards . MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM HERMAN (TIGER) TELFAIR, III August 4, 1976 -July 27, 1990 We will always carry you in our hearts. Your family IN M EMORIAM ROSA LEE ROBINSON May 20, 1930 -July 24, 1999 Gone, but not forgotten. Every day your life lessons live on. It seems like yesterday when you slipped away. We will always love and 'cherish the time God gave you to US; Love always, your daughters and grands. IN MEMORIAM PASTOR BEN JOHNSON, JR. And MRS. HELEN C. JOHNSON Your love, caring and shar-. ing still resonates today. Your loving spirits influence our hearts today. Your legacy oflove is alive today. Love, your daughters and their families, godson, and New Testament M. B. Church family. i, _, IN M E MORIAM VALERIE OCTAVIASAMM 12/29/51-7/28/03 God has you in His keeping, I have you in my heart. Love, Carlene and family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF MS. HENRIE'ITA MELISSA STRIKER Sunrise: 5/24/50 Sunset: 7 I 25/ o6 It's been one year since the Lord called you home to be with Him. We miss your beautiful smile, hearing your laughter, and your friendly nature towards everyone. Our hearts still ache for you; we know you will always_ be with us in spirit. We love you, Mommy. Love, your children; grandchildrel), sister, family and friends. HARMON IN LOVING MEMORY O F ALBERTA JOHNSON LOUISY 12/31/34-7/27/00 Our hearts still ache in sadness. You arc loved and missed very much by all your children, sisters, brother, grandchildren and great grands. I I GEORGE ANDERSON July 26, 2005 Two years have gone b y that God called you home, but you will never be forgotten. You will always have a spe'cial place in my heart and we will meet again. Wife, Shirley Anderson and family. 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 (813)"626-8600 11WE SERVE TO .SERVE YOU AGAIN" Scrvlng'Iilmp11,SL Pete 11nd Surrounding Areas dl"k o/ drw t:VN'IJIN

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_ MEMORIAMS I CARDS OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM been nine since you went home to be with the Lord. We all miss you very much. Our lives have forever changed. Love, Pappy and family. HAPPY 85TH BIRTHDAY dULY 29TH RUBY WILLiAMS Another year has passed and your presence is h :uly missed, but never forgotten. We love you, but God loves you more. Love, the Family. Subscribe Today! has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes. & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email : raywms@ij net We're not just in your neighborhood. We're part of your community: ll:in.!.! in Y 1ur onumtnity hdng ; Ul actin mcmhl..'r uf it ;uc tm Hry thing'. y ttr nddll.'<.>rhtx .>tl tl.ml'r.tl h, >lllt' ,,.c: 'rt h, n >I,d t<> 't' l'\'t \ t>U h>th rim >ud1 Clllmunit\ in'' t< > h, '" .,,.t' c & t 't'l\'e Y >ll t'urrlwr. FllNERAL BHME 3000 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 (BOO) 605-3350 (813) 248-ij125 IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELDER THEODORE H. JOHNSON ..May 5, 1944 -July 28, 2006 It has been a year since you left to take your rest. You're in our hearts and thoughts daily. Love, your wife, Elaine, and children, Anthony, Sharon and Erica. IN LOVING MEMORY OF VALERIE SAMM December 29, 1951 -July 28, 2003 Val, remembering you is easy, we do it every day. But missing you is a heartache that never goes away. Love you, Cynthia and family. CARD OF THANKS We, the family of Mrs. Thelma Porter would like to thank everyone for-their acts of ,Iuring her illness as well as her passing. We appreciate everything. You are forever in our hearts. The Family. Support The. Florida Sentinel Advertisers CARD OF THANKS MS. TONI FERNESSA REED The family of the late Ms. Toni Fernessa Reed would like to extend our sincere appreciation for all acts of kindness shown us during our time of bereavement. We would like to extend a special thanks to Rev. David Carson, pastor of New Beginnings M. B. Church, Rev. Donald White, Eulogist, and Jackson's Funeral Home. May God bless and keep each and every one of you. The Reed Family. CARD OF THANKS -.=. ... . -:. MRS. FANNIE MAE EDWARDS Our family would like to acknowledge 'our thankfulness and appreciation for every act of kindness extended to us during this time. Your prayers, presence, telephon e calls, visits, food,-, flowers and all acts c:f kindness both and unseen gave us much eo.mfort and solace. We thank Gc:d for each of you. May Gc:d richly bless. and keep you. The Edwards THANK YOU ANNIE TALLEY The family of the late Annie D. Talley wishes to express our sincere and warm appreciation, to all our many fr-iends, neighbors, and churchfamily, shown to us during our most difficult experience. We are grateful for each prayer, call, visit, food, flowers, and all other kind gestures. Special thanks to: Elder T. Lane and New Salem P. B. Church, Rev. Ronald Mizer of St. Luke A.M.E. Church, Lomax Magnet School and the Wilson Funeral Home and Staff. May God forever bless you. Thank you. The Talleys, Jacksons and Higgons families. THANK YOU MRS.LILLAR The family of the late Mrs. Lillar M. Carter would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all for the manv acts of kindness shown the passing of our loved one. Your love and God's healing touch, help.ed to make ou1 burden much easier to bear. To every thing there;is a season and a time to purpose under the hea'K J!n. Ecclesiastes 3:1. The Carter Famil)'. (I The vbice of Our Community Speaking for ltse(f" v:. 9. -Sentinel Buiietin I '\ '((''( 'o'OJ' -\{' '('"" \ J ')J\ ; \ : OK! .. "'I F L 0 R 1 D A (813) 248-1921 "TT :0 0 c... c !:( 1\) -....! 1\) 0 0 -....! "TT r-0 :::c c l> (/) m z ::j z m r-1 CJ c ,.... rm ::j z "'C c m r-u; :I: m 0 m < m :0 < c m (/) c l> z c "TT c G') m 1\) ...... I l>

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r--0 0 N sTATE I NATIONAL 4. -.: : ,..: N ::I .., <:( FAMU President Addresses One Of School's Financial Troubles 0 c:: LL. Florida A&M University's new president says he and his staff I1ave found the cause of one of the school's most s ignificant financial problems. Teresa Hardee, the scho ol's interim vice-president for Fiscal Affairs, says there are five reasons why FAMU's pay roll system has caused prob lems. Those reasons include: a Jack of a central hiring authority, lack of knowledge about the payroll process, late submis sion of personnel documents an ineffective reporting struc ture and inefficient processes. Florida' s only historically Black state university is cur rently serving a six-month probation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) for their finan cial problems. "I promised early on in my 0 administration that fiscal 0: integrity will be one of my LL highest priorities and I was 0 very serious about it," said :i FAMU President James Ammons. "We believe, that in C my 12. working day.s as presi'cn dent, we have found the root W causes and have a plan that I endors e to resolve > the :a: w President Ammons says > the plan to resolve FAMU's w c w :I: U) DR. JAMES AMMONS President, Florida A&M University payroll problem will begin with providing training on the per sonnel payroll process, working with a new program to speed up payroll completion and reducing the employee payroll procedure to four steps instead of nine. The plan also includes taking action, and possibly terminating, anyone who has avoided the school's normal hiring process. "We're going to educate our campus about new processes, and begin to hold employees accountable for not following procedures," said Dr. Ammons. "Ultimately, if these continue, we must look at additional changes in staff." :::i m ::I 11. 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 z ffi _, _, ;:) m ...:. w z w U) c:C c a: 0 _, LL. Barrister's Building Tampa, FL, (813) 387-7724 . 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But the money is now at the center of a dispute between lawmakers and Noel's attor ney, Sheldon Schlesinger, who wants more money in fees and expenses than lawmakers stipulated in the bill they passed in May. Schlesinger has asked a state court to rule that he is entitled to up to $677,000 more than -the $1-million authorized by lawmakers. The longtime, personal injury lawyer said he had a pre-existing contract with the Noel family that entitled him to 25 percent of the total amount of the claiins bill. Schlesinger has placed a lien on the money, which pre vents the Noels from getting it, at least for now A hearing on Schlesinger's lien is scheduled for Monday before Broward Circuit Judge Leroy Mqe in Fort Lauderdale. ===FYI=== Parents' Meeting ForMHS Cheerleader Tryouts There will be a parent meet ing held on Friday, August 3, 2007, at Middleton High School at 6:30 pm in the audit_orium for all young interested in trying out for the 2007-2008 Middleton varsity and JV Cheerleading Squad. . If you h ave any questions, please contact Coach Brewer at 470-8252. Clinton Only Candidate To Accept Group's Invite CHARLES STEELE And HILLARY CLINTON ATLANTA --Charles Steele, the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), says only one presidential candidate has agreed to the group celebrate its sot_ anniversary next month in Atlanta. Steele told USA TODAY'S ediforial board that all candidates in both parties were invited two months ago to attend the group's convention, Aug. 3-8. So far, only Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-NY, has accepted. "It's ve r y disturbing," Steele said. "We can't even get the candidates to come to our convention. That says a lot. People don t care." The SCLC was founded by Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., and played a pivotal role in win ning Civil Rights for Blacks in the 1960s The group fell on har d times in recent years and was deep in debt when Steele took over in November 2004. He says he ahs revived the organization by enlisting corporate support to "internationalize and institutionalize SCLC's principles of non-vio lent action. Democratic Candidates Face Young, Internet-savvy Audience In Lively CNN-You Tube Debate Democratic presidential hopefuls (L-R): Former Sen. John Edwards (D-NC), Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (DNY), and Sen. 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. CRIME .NEWS Young Man Fatally Injured In Stolen Car Crash CURTIS KNIGHT ... died at hospital from injuries when car flipped 0\'el'. AMBER HA.'IIJD' ... uninjured charged with grand theft of a firearm. The Hillsborough County brick wall and overturning. Shcrifl's Oflice responded to The passenger, identified a traffic accident .on Durant as Amber Hand, 21, fled on Road Wednesday evening foot, but was foun<} later that invohed a vehicle that behind a house inside a sub. had flipped over. division. Deputies .later determined the vehicle was a stolen 2004 The driver of the vehicle, Mercede s Curtis Knight, 22 was airWitnesses tolddeputies the lifted to Tampa General driver was speeding when it Hospital where he died from tra veled ofl' the south shoul-his injuries. dcr of the road at Thames Deputies charged Hand R"i"vcr Place. The driver hit witl1 grand tl;eft of a firearm !"CVercll fences and w ent resulting from a pawn shop tht;ough two r esidential burglary they said occurred backyards before hitting a earlier this week. Driver Who Ran Over Groom Still Not Charged FREDERICK WILLIAMS ... still recovering in hospital' FRENCH ::.charges still pending foa him running o\'cr Williams at his bachcloa' s party. Suspects Sought In Shooting Tampa Polic e a r e investi gatin g the s hootin g o f a man early Wednesday in North T a mp a Police said Charles Fredrick Junior, 2 1 was riding his skateboard at 22nd Street arid 109th Avenue, w h e n h e was approached b y two Black m a l es. According to the r eport, the suspects told Junior to get on the ground and demanded money. Junior had no mon ey and was shot in the back Wounded, Junior ran to nearby Belle Whittier School and called his parents for help. Police arrived and provided medical care until Tampa Fire. Rescue arrived. Junior is in a local hospital and reported to be in crit ical condition. There were no witnesses. to the incident, and police identified the suspects only as two Black males. Plant City Funeral Home Robbed Plant City police are searching for two men who walked into a funeral home Wednesday morning armed with handguns and robbed two employees. P olice said no s hots were fir e d a nd n o one was inured when the two m e n, wearin g black shirts over the ir faces, entered the back door of Haught Fune ral Home, 708 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard about 11 a m The suspects fled on .foot after the robbery. No description of the s u s p ects was released. Tampa Police detectives have asked local prosecutors to decide whether to file July 14th wedding when "The best things 3, 7, 11, 13 in French and another m an, life 18, 21, 25, 26, 30, charges of scene of an a .ccident with injury against Brandon 'French, 22 . Investigators say Fr<:'nch ran over Frederick Williams, 22, two weeks ago after his party at 2001 Odyss ey on North Dale M a bry Police s aid Williams was there c elebrating before a aren't 35, 38, 40 things." Justin Moseley, 25 were ...., __ le a ving, heading for Pinellas County. Detectives said French was driving Moseley's vehicle wh e n he -ran Williams, leaving hini lying in the parking area with two broken leg s. Williams remains hospit ali ze d s ince the accident lm d has emerged after spending days in a .coma [8131 248 Teenager Accused Of Hiding Gun After Shooting KRISTOPHER JOLLY Temple Terrace Police have charged a 17-year-old with hiding a gun after another man playing with it accidentally shot himself in the head. Police said Kristopher Jolly hid a .357-caliber handgun Monday after Ismael Vazquez, 19, shot himself while playing with it. Police said Vazquez didn't think the gun was loaded when he put it to his head and pulled the trigger. He is listed in criticid condition at Tampa General Hospital. Police said Jolly had heard ISMAEL VAZQUEZ ... in critical condition after accidentally shooting himself in the head. about the shooting from witnesses, and allegedly went into Vazquez's apartment, took the gun and hid it in his apartment. Police said Jolly lives in the complex where the shooting occurred and they aren't clear as to who owns the gun. Jolly was charged with tampering with evidence, and two misdemeanor charges of possession of a firearm by a juvenile and a misdemeanor charge of resisting an officer without violence. LET FREEDOM RING AMOS aAIL BONDS FAST SERVICE OPEN 24 hrs 308. E. Waters twe. Tam_pa, FL 33604 Tele: (81:3) 933-04..;4 Cel!: (81.3) 493-8387 : '. i ... . ... . t < o4UL BONDS "We'll Get You 7628 H Darrell Ingram Referrals Fnr Treatme Re-establishing Cnn\'irted Felons \'nting Rights (813). 664-0404 Owner 5005 Martin Lu _ther K J Bl d r. \ I I blo 1d.: Ill' :'lith ., r 0 :::D g en. m z =! z m ':'" m c ,.... r m z 'tJ c: m c en :t m 0 m < m :::D -< -f c: m en c )> z 0 ., :::D 0 m 1\.) U) I )>

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Middleton Class Of 1957 Goes Cruising The Middleton High School Class of 1957 went cruising recently as part of their soth class reunion activities. The group traveled to the Cayman Islands and Coszumel Mexico \.Vaiting for their 'ship to come in' are Brittany Saffiold, LaurenS. Batche1, Ora Chester, Sandra Stewart, Mayo Davis and Marian Lewis. Dressed for the evening are Flora 'Scott, Lejoan Franklin, Noralyn Hills, Ora Chester, Brittany Saffold, Elaine Saffold and Erica Hills. Ora Sledge Chester, LeJoan Franklin and Brittany Saffold were among those who enjoyed the activities on the ship. Members of the Class of 1957 posed on the ship for their photograph. jDeacons' : Convention Hosts 2nd Annual Muslcalj The local chapter of the Deacons' Convention of America hosted a musical and h ymn-o-rama at New Mt. Zion M. B Church. The musi cal was a pre lude to the Deacons' Convention, which was held in P e nnsylvania last week. (Photograph's hy Julia Jackson) Minister Ricky Wade and Choir Director Carlton Brown enjoy refreshments after the program. These young_ladies attended the program. From left, Carianna Jones,' Britriey Ross and Kenza Thomas. Ma'rquise Davis, a 'member of the New Mt. Ziori Male Chorus 'hat participated on the program. Vivian Davis and her mother, Mary Jones, both of whom Dorlinda Sanders, Michael Tim, Jny'le Brown, Viryonna Thompson, and Linda attended tite musical program. sing quite well.

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..... 0 0 N BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Look Who's Turning '1' ::) >"" <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w ::) 1-> a: w > w c w J: en ::::i m ::) 0. z ;:: w ..J ..J ::) m JORDYN Birthday wishes are b e ing sent out to Ms. Jordyn Bri'Anie Hayes, a.k.a., Ms. Piggy, w ho turn e d "1" toda y Jordyn will be celebrating h e r birthday July 29th at Rowlett P a rk with famil y and friends Happy birthday Ms. Piggy From y our big sis, Lyric and th e r es t of the family. .;.J NANNY.And KAKA NANNY.And KAKA W I z ;:: As you all can see, he s not going anywhere Happy birthday, Z Baby, keep your head up. I love you. You'll be home soon. Love, your wife, Kai
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Cl BIRTHOAV GREETINGS . \ Sweet Sixteen SAKIYA Happy sweet sixteen to my daughter, Sakiya on July 30th. You have become a beautiful young lady in these sweet, sweet years. You are a special gift to me and to this world a nd you are loved. Love, your mother, Lennie. AVIANNA WILLIAMS Look who turned one, Avianna, will be celebrating with family and friends . TONNESHA Happy birthday to our mom, Tonnesha Hampton, who is turning 36 on July 27. With love. From your chil dren and family. -HAYWOOD Happy birthday to a very special husband and father on your day, July 28th. May we celebrate together always! Love you boo! Dee and the kids Mount Calvary junior Academy Kindergarten -8th grade -WE OFFER: 1. Bible-based instruction. 2. Caring, lo\ ing, certified teachers. 3. High \ alue at an affordable rate. 4. Florida Pride scholarships. 6 Computer lab with internet and network. (>. A safe drug free environment for students. 7. Extracurricular acti\ities. 8. Challeng\ng academic program. 9. Personal attention given-to students. 10. Q uts\anding students. 11. Hot nutritious meals daih 12. FuUv accredited cunicull:tm 13. : Sma'll class sfze 1-t. -Before arid after sc hool program 15. Reading and math labs 1 (>. tvJusic (String Ensemble) Trai.ning ,mind&tr.hea.Fts, and hands for worthv and prod. tictive service. -' 1 a . ..... 3111 East Wilder Ave-nue Tampa; Florlda 3 3 61 o . BRIITNEE 7-27-89 Happy 18th birthday, Sweetie. Love, Shea. LANGSTON 7-7-89 Happy belated birthday, Cuzo and congrats on your acceptance to Louisiana Southern! You did it kid! Love ya, Brittnee. MISS B DAVIS Today s your birthday Baby and I couldn't" th'ank God enough. Happy 18th birthday and good luck on your future endeavors. Enjoy your day as I know you will. . Love, mom, Ms. Z, and your Sherriana: local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! ANNIEM. BlAKE God has blessed me to cele brate seventy years of life. On July 7th, many of you came by to congratulate me. To everyone who remembered me in prayer with cards and gifts, I thank you from the heart. May the grace of God surround and keep you. I love you, Annie M. Blake. Belated birthday to my wonderful and loving I will always love you. ou are the love of my life "Sweet Kat." Kl WEMAIIYOD STARTING LET US MAKE YOU BUSINESS CARDS POSTCARDS l'XJ.S 1.'0 01h>wm 4 X6 110 aslowas s29-1,000 $291,000 1 standard calor l standard calor 4 color CS1 UV Coarwd 4 color CS2 UV Jtorringor Look Who Turned 7 On July 25th DADA Birthday shout out to our number one girl, Da Da. We will be celebrating her day on July 28th. We all love you: CeCe, Linda, KJ, Jalen, MeMe, Niki, Kena, Tay, Nosa, Telesia, Sonja and we can't forget Big "D" out of the Pines. LARRY And SHERIL BOYD ..... .... CHARTER 1 S .CHOOL OF. Cl:iQICE -' .. NOW ACCE,Pl}NG . REGISTRATIOI)I. FOR;-. *CONVENIENT LOOATION *SMALL CLASs SIZEs 18: 1 RA *QUALITY INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS *CERTIFIED ANO CARING TEACHERS -. ... ., FocusES ON VALUE;5 *FREE REGISTRATION ANb ADMISSION JJ 0 t_ c 1'\,) --.J 1'\,) 0 0 --.J ., I'"" 0 :a c -)> (J) m z z m I'"" I m c:: I'"" I'"" m -4 z c:: m I'"" (i) :r: m c m < m -4 c:: m (J) c .)> z o ;f C> m w I m

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"'" 0 0 C\1 Happy Belated Birthday :::J ..., <( c a: LL c LAQUITA, a.k.a., OTIS' WIFE a: LL. Happy birthday to my best C friend, soul mate, and most of Z all my wife. We have had our <( ups and downs but we always overcome the hard times. And C it always remains LaQuita en w andOits :::J Babe, I love you! t-Happy Belated Birthday MRS. BRYANT They thought they could keep us apart. But they didn't, they just made us stronger. So, for the fans, if we didn't have you all, there wouldn't be LaQuita and Otis. Babe, happy birthday. Love, Otis. > a: w > w Happy Belated Birthday c w J: en :::i m :::J c. z i= w ..J ..J :::J m ..:.. w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL .. QUIT A .Aiid YANNA {Bottom) MEOSHA And SHARITA Happy birthday to our girl, da real, LaQuita, Otis' love. So please, get OI). h er level. Love, your ace, Yanna. and Meosha and Sharita. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info ALL_ABOUT YOU! Happy Belated Birthday LAQUITA And YANNA Yes, it's my girl Quita's birthday and we're going to party like rockstars. We do it for_our fans, so please get on our level! Love, Yanna. Get It RESHMAAnd HOWARD Newlyweds SHAWNTAY And DONELL ROGERS On May 4th, 2006, Shawntay and Donell Rogers became one. We will celebrate our special day July 28, 2007. May the blessings of our Lord be upon us Got It RESHMAAnd HOWARD Good RESHMAAnd HOWARD Enough said -look, read run with it and stop asking questions. Happy birthday to Howard. From Reshma and Haley. MICHELLE AndJUUUS Happy birthday, Baby. Love, Julius and family. MISS CALDWELL Happy birthday Miss Caldwell. From, Mom and Dad Sunday School 9:30 a.m Homing Worship 11 a.m. Pntyer Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Study of the Bible Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prillse & Worship Service WednesdiW 8:30 9 p.m. REVEREND W. D. SIMS, Pastor Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7. 8:30 p.m. SaturdaY Prayer Service & Bible Study 10 a.m. Youth Bible lns!_itute 12 -4 p.m. Teen Night friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 p.m. 3708 E. Lake Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628 Website: Email : rsims@ tampabay. rr.com

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ALL ABOUT YOU! ======== August 1, 2007 J MR. MARCUS GRIER, SR. MARCUSJ. GRIER, SR. And ZAKIYA GRIER Happy anointed, appointed birthday to Marcus J. Grier, Sr. This is the day, which the Lord hath made, rejoice and be glad in it. In Jesus' name, Amen. Love, ZaKiya, Valencia, Tammy, Marcel, Grandma Doris, Eric, Andzie and family. You can do all things through Christ, which strengthens you. MABLE HAMILTON Birthday wishes are sent out to oul lovely mother on July 28, 2007. She will b.e cel ebrating with a big bash on Saturday at Belmont Heights Center. Happy Birthday, Mom From yot!r 8 ch _ildren. W e love you. DOMINIQUE, REGGIE AndSKYLER With the start of each day, I think of y ou. Out of nowhere, I see your smile, hear your laugh When I think of you, I realize that my life is beautiful because I fall in love all over again each time I think of you. Happy birthday ; Dominique. Love, your fiance, Reggie. Temporarily Wotshipping At Grand Su-ites Hotel 11310 N. 30th Street Palm Ballrooms 1 & 2 ay, July 29th .10:30 A.M. Praise And By: GSP Youth In Praise Speaker: MINISTER ALICIA MITCHELL GARVEY 3 -P.M. McKay & Anointed Voices Speaker: MINISTER ALFONSO LEWIS Associate Minister, Springhill M. B. Church RELIGIOUS ., :c 0 : BY REV. RICKY WIGGS: i Your financ es are going to be in captivity for a while, your c... marriage is going to be rocky C: for a while and your job situa-tion is going to be stressful for I\) a while; who wants to hear that message? He cautions them to be care-o -...1 ful to whom they listen to while ,, .: :: :-Trust Him they are in captivity (vs. 8-10). God warns them that the prophets and diviners will deceive them. In fact, do not even trust your own dreams. Jeremiah's letter to the people (Jeremiah 29:1-14) is one that is perhaps received with mixed emotions. Considering their current situ ation this is not a message they want to hear, but it is one that has good news and assurance When serving God, He often times will put you in situations that will require you to trust Him in times that do not make sense. You are expecting God to do one thing, but He decides to do another. What He is saying and doing does not make sense, but you are expected to trust Him. This is the situation of Israel in this week's lesson. They are in a strange situation and they must trust the word of God. The Babylonians have taken them captive back to Babylon. They are now strangers in a foreign land and must dwell among their capturers. The expected hope from the people was that God would deliver them and allow them to return home. However, God had a different plan to. plant gardens. Everyone knows that greens, cabbage, and onions do not grow overnight God really has plans for them to be there because they are also encouraged to get married and have children. The time has been extended; they now have time to build houses, plant gardens, get married, have children, and let them do the same thing. Can't you read their minds? We are not plan ning on staying here. That is how life is today, many people have found themselves taken captive and they must live in a strange and unfamiliar land. You think that when you call on God He will answer by telling you that help is on the way and you will be delivered by the weekend. But you do not expect to hear God say that I allowed you to be taken captive and you are going to be there for a while When God has you in a place, listen to Him and only Him. Sometimes people will want to speak immediate deliverance to you, but that is not God s will and plan. God says in verse 10 that He .would visit them after seventy years. It is a long time to be somewhere you don't want to be. It is uncomfortable to be in captivity. The blessing of it all is: you are where God wants you to be and He will come to deliver you. God says while you are here for a time, you will not be here forever. The -trust factor comes when you can be in an uncom fortable situation and trust God anyway. God knows His thoughts for you. His thoughts are for your good and not for evil. No matter what happens in life or regardless the path of the road, trust God. Florida Diocese Church Of Our Lord Jesus Christ Of The Apostlic Fa'ith, Inc. 5th Sunday Meeting July 26, 27 7:30P.M. & July 28 5:00P.M.,_/ "T1 r-0 :c 0 )> (/) m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c r rm ::! z.. In verses 4 and 5, Jeremiah writes that God had allowed them to be taken into (;_::: : -houses. This is perhaps hard }.:Jb (./Il Reati Ad.s 2:37-38 AlLAre Welc(mre! ffi the reason they are taken cap-Dis trict Elder. c. .J. .Jenkins 0 Arthur Robinson m tive. God is the reason they Host Florida Regional Apostle Bishop Gentle L Groonr, < have been removed from the .__....;;;;..;.;;.;..;;;.;;.;.;;.;.;.a;. __________________ comfort of Jerusalem and must now live as refugees in s T. JOHN CIIHEDRA. l -i Babylon. C: In addition, God is telling -rn them to live in a place they do I . C not want to be. He implies to 3401 E.25thAvenue Tampci,FL (Comer34thSt.&2SthAve.) them that they are going to be Phone: 813-248-3737 Or 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 )> there for a little while because Careline: 248-HELP Z they have also been instructed BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK, Sr. Pastor New Beginrljngs M. 8 Church 3101 E LakeAve 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. rayer Meeting & Bible Study Email us at stjministries@aol.com -Mission Statement "A Church of the inner city reaching out to the community by ministering to the whole man." 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c a: u. 0 z < 0 (/) w :;:) 1-> a: w > w 0 w J: .(/) :::i m :;:) a. z i= w ..J ..J :;:) m ...:. w z i= :zw (/) < 0 a: 0 ..J u. Ill I I CD w (.!) CHUR CH DIRECTORY . ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH First Missionarr Baptist Church Crest Church Of Christ Of Highland Pines GREATER FRIENDSHIP M B CHUR C H 4413 35th St 2101 Lowe Sl REV. PASTOR Wonhip Adlvties: Early Wonhlp 7 : 45 A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M Homing Wonhip 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday 4711 21st A v e REV. CLEVELAND LANE, Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Homing Worship 10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627.03338 College Hill Cllurcll Of God In Cllrist New FriendshiP M B Church 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Davis, Pas tor Sunday School 9:30 A .M. Morning 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. lake A v o. 248-4127 Rev. H L. D aniels, Pastor Weekly A ctivities Sllllday Church School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship Blblo Class EwnlngWorshlp Wednosday Prayer MaeUng B lbleSbJdy 10:45 4 :30P.M. 5P.M. 7P.M. 7 :30P. M Mt. Zion A.M. E. C urc 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 (Curnrr uf 301.\nd \1r.) REV. RONALD FORTUNE "The Church Whose Doors Are Always Open" Invite You To Attend Our Services: Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6:30P.M. Sunday School Service 9:30A.M Worship Service llA.M "Bles s The Lord Oh M y Sou l And All That Is Within Me" "Prais e The Lord: r Holy Name" BROWN MEMORIIIL .CHURCH .OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEiflV WORSHIP SCHEDVLE Sundav SchOOl ..... 9:30A.M. Sunclav Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sundav .Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Praver (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A.M. Weclneselav Night Worship ... P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS PASTOR www.brownmemorialcoglc.org ';4 Church Whem The Love Of" God Flows And The Hok Ghost Is In Full Control., JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Church School *Sunday 9 :30a. m. Sun. Hom. Bible Study 9:30A.M. Morning Worship Sunday* 10:55"' IlL REV. H. HURRAY, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Sun. Hom. Wonhlp -10:30 A.M. Mid-Week Service* Wednesday* 7 p m. Sun. Wonhip 6:30 P.M. (Prayer Meeting, Bible Study) Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p .m. Hid Week Bible Study Wed 7'.30 P.M. Ev one Welcome ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pesto r Early M orning Worship. 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship -10:50 a .m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Pas,tor/T.acher Adult/Children Worship nmes 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. SUnday :45 A.M. Adult & Youth/ Children TuadaJ n A.M. Adult WedMSday 7 P.M. Youttt/ Child !WI 7'.30 P.M. Adult Fridav Noon USF CIIIIIPUS A Satellte Campus For Faith BlbM Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Acts 1:8, Aom. 1:8; 1 Thes. 1:81 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLIGI MILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 EarlY Worship 8 a.m Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. For Transportlllion Call SlSTER BARBARA MCGILL 111621-1155 Tuesday Prawr Service 6:30 p.m Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Brothwhood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 a.rn. 1st and 3rd SaturdaYS Visit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org lnfo@fbah.org REV. JACOB JORDAN, P astor WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Eerly Morning Wor s hip 8 e.m. Sunday School -9:30 a .m. Morning Worship -11 a.m. Wednesday Even ing Prayer Meeting & Bible Class -7 p .m. Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church 1 747 Lasalle S tr eet Tam pa FL 3307 8 1 3-254 5045 .9:30 A. M. Church School 7:45A.M. Worship ( Fi rs t Sunday Onl y) 11 :00 A. M. Worship Bible Stl,ldy Wednesda -7 P M. Visitors Are Welconiel "Ji, K11o11 Clur:rr A11d To Mak,, Cluirr1Vw11m' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 w, Palmetto St. 879 REV. ANTHONY GREENE Pastor Sunday School9:30A.M. Morning Worship -11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 P.M. PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES Florida DR. THOMAS L. H A DDEN, Ill Pa stor On e C lun rfl Two Lorot io n.r M ain Location 10511 M ain Street *Sunday School \1: 30 a m. Muming Worship II a. m. Bible Stud y (Wedne s day) 7 p m Hurricane G y m 3715 7th Ea s t Muming Manna 9 a m. Fur Transportation, Call (813) \186-\150 The New Palm River COGIC, Inc. 1304 S. 58th Street, Tampa, FL 33619 Elder Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Church Where Everybody Is Somebodv" Sunday School... .................... 9:30 A.M. :15 A.M. Morning Service ............... ; ............... 11:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Band ............................. 7 P.M. Friday YPWW ........... .. .......................... 7 P.M. Friday Pastorlal Teachlng ................... S-9 P.M. DMcon David C. Jorden, Deacon Board Chairman (8131621-6764 Home 18131654-1950 Fax (8131 New st. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 5oth Street Tampa Florida 33619 . 813 242 \ Sunday Morning Church School @ 9:30am Sunday Morning Worship @ 11 :OOam Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7 :00 pm Wednesday Night Youth for Christ @ 7 : 00 pm

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. CHURCH DIRECTORY Abundant (hul'(h Of God In (h:r-i$f 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 Homing Worship 11:00 AM Intercessory Prayer Monday -Friday 6:00 A M. Bible Institute Wednesday 7:30 P M. Corporate Prayer Every 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P.M. "I have come that they might have LIFE . more ABUNDANT-LY St. John 10:10 Come & Hear God's Word With God's People At ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH Tampa, Fl33605 2709 N 25th Sl (at 17lh 248-6753 REV. RONALD D. HIZER, Office Hours M-F 10am -2pm 7:45 a.m. Early Morning Worship 9 a.m. Breakfast Served 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Morning Worship 12 p.m. Noon Day Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Prayer And Bible Study Share Box Program Available HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHIRST HOUSE .OF PRAYER,ASSEMBLY, INC. 2818 E. Osborne Avenue, Tampa, (813) 238 DR. A F. NELSON-VICKERS, Pastor & Founder "ONE CHANGE YOUR LIFE" P;utor & Founder Order Of Service: Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship a.m. Night 7:30 p.m. Bible Study 2nd Night 7 :30 p.m. Substance Abuse Ministry 3rd Wednesday Night 7:30 pm. Singles Ministry 4th Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Marriage Ministry Night 7:30 p.m. Worship Services friday Night 7 : 30 P.M . Youth Service Saturday Morning a.m. Sabbath Service MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue of Rome Ave. and St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax'(813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com ?let. 'PIUU4e 7e CJ) m z :::! z m I I Ill c I I m :::! z "'C c Ill r-CJ) ::I: m a m < m ::c -< -1 c m CJ) 0 )> z a 'T1 ::c a C> m ........ I Ill

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_ LOCAL News From Progress Village BY IRADEAN WNDON BIGGS July Birthdays Happy birthday wishes go out to: Kelly Preston, Nicole Johnson, Roderick Williams, II, Akira Shunte Ford, Annis a Hadley, Alvin J. Hadley, II, Stephanie Davis, Sonia Powell, J ameca Dennard, Alphonzo Stevenson, Clayton Anderson, Keon Bexley, Lou Washington, Jackie Stokes, Rev. Larry Billue, Jayla Robinson, Lue Ella Sheared; Eddie Welch, Brenda Martin, Lonette Gardener, Connie Curtis, Rufus Spencer and Sierra Goins. Sick List Extend your prayers to: in Orlando, and an entry into weekly drawings to win two roundtrip tickets anywhere Southwest Airlines flies! If you care about your fami ly, you can't afford to miss this! For more information: Dorothy Small (863) 701-2152 or Sandy French-Rose (813) 635-9611. Mountain Top International Gathering Cordially invites you to Jesus Heals Ministries, Pastors Bob and Janice Anthony on Fridays, August 10th and 24th, at 7:30 p. m. at 7411 E. Comanche Avenue in Tar:1pa. Come claim your blessings! Deborah Rodriguez, Eliz Bethea, Georgia Lindsey, c Louise Reed, Arlene Evans, Lillie Mae Harris, Mattie Pearl Miller, Vivian Harris-Knight, Betty Johnson, Elizabeth Tyler and Lelia Felder. Moss (Palm Garden, Tampa). a: LL. c z <( c (/) Directions : North on Orient Road, past the Hard Rock Casino, cross Hillsborough Ave., 2 blocks to Comanche, turn right, church on the right. Steward's Day St. James A. M. E. Church, Rev. Joe Gay, celebrated Steward's Day. The theme was: A Servant After God's Own Heart, presented by Evangelist Darlene Wilson from Manifestation of the Word Ministry. w :::) 1-> a: w > w c w J: (/) :J m :::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ":::) m ...:. W :z i= z w (/) <(' c -gs. ...J LL. In Sympathy Deepest sympathy to the McDonald and Wilson fam ily in the loss of their daugh ter, sister and mother, Ms. Collette McDonald, who was funeralized on Thursday, July 19, 2007. The eulogist was Rev. Claude E. Holmes of Haines Ci_ ty. Our sincere sympathy goes out to Mrs. Carolyn Tribune.:.Moss of Detroit, MI,Mr. Bemiie Favors and family in of their :mother and daughter, Mrs. ,Favors,.. 'Daniels. Our condolences to the Barnes, Stanback, Elijah and families in the loss of one, Mr. Willie J. Barnes, Jr. Heartfelt .sympathy is extended t<;>. the family of Mr L. C. Meekins of Eustis, who reGently passed The program was as follows: Order of Service,.Sis. Jacque-Line Brooks; Call To Worship, Sis. Joann Taylor; The Hymn, Sis. Beatrice Rodriguez; The Invocation, Sis. Earnestine Frazier; Scripture (1 Sam 16: 16-23), Sis. Muriel Barr; Litany, Sis. Marjorie Anderson; Duet, Sis Darele Campbell and. Sis. Angela Hanna; Welcome, Sis. Charlene Bland; Gifts For Mission, Sis. Felicia Wilson; Titlies .l.\nd Offerings, Sis. Natashia Dixon; Memorial Deaconess J 'osephine -Wright; Deaconess;", M'ii.rjorie Anderson; of : speaker,. Sis :1\ncli.etle .. . of. .. :Preparatioir,. sis.,, .. :, Ford; Inv.ifatioon Community Health fair _: .. . .. Progress Village Seventh-. and the Doxology ; : : . AdventiSt Church will be ;:, hosting a Community Health My Brothers 2 Keep Fair on Saturday, July 28th, Ministry 2007, from 2..,6 p. m. at 7909 For FREE standard Bibles South FlowerAveriue; Tampa. and for The participants are: to: p 0. Box 4918. -Tampa',.: Florida Alzheimer's 33677-46r8, (8i3) S16, -'Assooiation (Memory 6780. Asses'sment), St. Joseph's Inmates send poems to my Hospital (Health Screening Brothers 2 Keep for a book. Blo'od Pre'Ssure, sugar and Congratulatioris! f Andrew Cholesterol), Sandel Health Gebrehewari'at, who comClinic (Childhoo d pleted his A.B.L.E . (Adult Basic Learning Examination), FREE to; chil-: received his G.E.D. Jrom the dren), Florida Blo_ od .Services State_ of Maine, Department of m ::._ FREE to save lives! Education He 36 ob .' All donors will receive up to ho.ur s of Non-Violence W 2 buy-one-get-one-free tickets Training and Outreach to Pirate's Dinn'er Adventure Program, and su'ccessfu'lly completed Eternal Life Concepts in Old Testament Survey One, receiving three college credits. Joe Lewis Matthews received a diploma from the Voice of Prophecy. For family trips to Florida Prisons, call Abe Brown Ministries at (813) 247-3285 or Family Ties at (813) 476-Hit SODII 2964 Thought For Today "When those arrows fly and the suttening begins, keep your eyes on the Shepherd, my friends there's a race to be run, and victories won and great rewards when the battle ejlds, never give up." F. Y. I. Remember our servicemen and women who put their lives on the line daily for us. Remember the helpers in the kitchen: Thelma, (813) 6713614, Family Deli, (813) 6711541 or H. 0. P., (813) 238-5221. Call your news into Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 6776071. Be blessed! Excellence in Marital Relationships: DAVID& HARRIET BOYD Hatvest Time Ministries Let.fbe &lory 01 fbi Lord lise liDODI Us MenUnder Construction: Gud's Not Through With Me Yet!: Youth: Am I ready For the Future?: PASTOR TOMMY fodab Undl&Dllled Praise REV. DWIGHT FoRD; Bible-Based Church KYLLOrn:N; Crossover Conunooity

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LOCAL Miracles Outreach Conference The Miracles Outreach Directors, Michelle Walker and Cynthia Byrdie hosted a fundraising gala on July 20th at the Rare Olive Martini Bar in Ybor City. The purpose of this gala affair_ was to raise needed funds and support for Miracles. Outreach 2nd Annual_ "Keep'n It Real Teen Conferen. ce and Youth Facility." They still funds for a fire alarm, gate, furniture, linen and toiletries. The Conference will be held Sat., July 28th, from 8:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. at ACTS, 4612 N. 56th Street. The goal of the Teen Conference is to set teens free with the truth that could save lives A few of the topics of dis cussion are: Teen HIV/AIDS Awareness, STDs, dating, pre-marital sex, drinking, drugs, image and self esteem. There will also be live testimonies. There are several vendors from: The Department of Health, DACCO, USF ACTS and there's space for many more. The registration fee will include: a continental breakfast lunch, surprise bag and more. For additional information, please call (813) 416-1316 Photos and story by Joanna 'Flava' Williams. -Walker the .; . .,-. ,. ..... ._ _. ... The entertaiiiment for the event was provided by Angelo Tinsley_Showers J'rio. -'' .: ... .;"" . Gibbs .Junior College:Aiu.nnl AQoc. Meeting : The. the Gibbs Jr.' Alumni .Inc: will be held in Tampa' on Saiurday, 2007; at noon at the Boys & Qirls Clubor Tampa.:locatel at 1301-N. Boulevard : This impo.rtant as-we fjrialize for celeBrating GiQbs Junior college's , at .. the Innisbrook andGolf Club. we an. Gibbs Junidt mem-bers and hop. e to see, ail Tampa alumni interested ihe. .of Gib9s Junior College. : (813) 621-'l636 .if you have there.:. ._,.., ( : "' I. 'T1 JJ 0 l> -< c:.. c: r-< I\) 1\) 0 0 -...J m c;; X 1!1, m < m ::IJ -<

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_ LOCAL . Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For H.-0. P. E. Program A ribbon cutting ceremony was h eld recently to kick off community activ iti es a t the H 0 P E building on N. 22nc St., across from 0 Middleton High School. c: u. lr u.. c z a: w > w c w :::t: (/) :::; m ::::: D.. z i= w ...J ..J ::::: m I ...J w z i= z w (/) m I 0 ,... w (!) f The faith-based program, under the auspices of Bible Truth Ministries, will offer several programs for the community. (Photographs by Jerry Brunson) Sharla Jenkins, Dean and Anika Smalls are the ladies on hand to answer questions and assist with direcqons. 9241 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. -1 P. M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Low Rates Friendl y Atmosph ere A-OK \Vith Us DUI Friendly,. Hardship License, Suspended License, State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates In Town \l I 0 1'\Sl I{ \'\CL '" C0:\1\IEIH' I \I \l'TO A group of children who are already benefiting from the programs at the HOPE Center. Certificates were presented to those who have offered assistance in getting the programs off the ground. Their photographs appear on the Unsung Heroes mural which graces the wall of the center. From left, Jason Mims, Darlene l{arris, Harold Scott, Jr., Pamela Leslie and Carmen Johnson. REPOS, WE DON'T CARE! FORECLOSURE, WE DON'T CARE! HOSPITAL BILL$, WE DON'T CARE! NEED A CAR, WE_CARE!!! 813-621-7117 Visit Us At: www.bondautoeast.showauto.com Next To Family Dollar Store Between 50th & 40th St. 4912 E. Hillsborough Ave., East Tampa Location The Real Wholesale Cente r

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. LOCAL 1 OOth Birthday Celebrated The members of Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church joined family members of Mrs. Fannie M. Holloway to help her celebrate her lOOth birthday. The group enjoyed birthday goodies with Mrs. Holloway after morning worship just recently. (Photogl-aphs by Jerry Brunson) Mother Fannie Holloway is shown with Deacon Lorenzo Hayes, Mother Ann Porter and the Pastor, Elder Theodis Lane. Mrs. Fannie M. Holloway still enjoys dressing eloquently for any occasion. She is surrounded by Bertha Smith, Linda Henry, Essie McElveen and Wesley McElveen. 'T1 :::c c )> -< c.. c =< 1\) ....... 1\) O 0 ....... ., r 0 :::c c )> CJ) m z -t z m r;m c r r m ::::! z "'D c m c CJ) :I: m c m < m :::c -< -t c m CJ) c )> -< )> z c ., :::c c )> -< "'D m ;_. .... I DJ

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LOCAL EVENT -More Taste Of Gour1net Gents 0 a: LL 0 z <( 0 CJ) w ::J 1-Mrs. Freddie Hudson was chairlady for the event. Gourmet Gents Bob Buckhorn and Jarvis El-Amin. Ron Carmichael and his mother, Olivia Carmichael-Brown. > Gourmet Gents James Hart a: and Darryl Myles. w > w 0 w J: CJ) ::i co ::J a. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::J co I ...1 w z i= z w CJ) <( 0 a: 0 ...1 LL co I N ,... w (.!) IDA CHESTER ooooE NITRO TRUCKS Cathy Thomas, Mindi Rainey, National Coaliton of 100 Black Women Tampa Chapter President, Marion Cole, sponsor of the event; and Dr. Barbara Stephens, Pediatrician who is relocating to Tampa. Cheryl Washington and Justina Carswell sampling the dishes. Coalition member Jacqueline Wilds with Gent Wesley Collins. BBAIDO DO Gourmet Gent Joseph Brown. Albert Ct ews, Rev. Zachery S. Hudson and Richard Lundy were among the more than too men who served as Gourmet Gents. FELIX WALTERS Sales Manager .1500 DODGE RAMS. DODGE AVENGERS I

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COMMUNITY MEETING Weed And Seed Community Meeting The Weed and Seed Community Meeting was held at the Cyrus Green Park. Representatives from several city agencies were present (Photographs by Jerry Brunson) Loran .Alston, City of Tampa ETD and Jim Pinkney, City of Curtis Brown prepares to Tampa Clean City, share infor-sign in for the meeting. mation with those in attendance. Harold Scott, Jr. attended the meeting as a representative of the Dept. of Code Enforcement. He is a supervisor. SAM KINSEY Keith Greminger, Vice President of URS and Christina McLachlan, Urban Planne1 of URS were available to answer questions o f concern. Lecrone Benjamin of Faith Home Healthy We Care Se1vices attended the meeting. Denese Meteye James and Mrs. Queen Miller were among those who attended the meeting. Testing positive f<)t Hepatitis doesn't mean your ft1tt1re has to be ,.. neg;,1t1ve. The LifeLink HealthCare Institute's Hepatitis Treatment Program has your -future in mind. We provide individuaMzed car. e today, so you start feeling better and can look forward to tomorro\v. We offer a comprehe'nsive team of liver specialists \vho can advise, treat and support you through your illness. Don't put your gooo health off until tomorrow. Contact us todav at .,. (800) 262-5775. LifeJjnk Institute -Advanced medical, surgical & ll'tf.lfiPialll palient care 409 Bayshorc Boulevard Tampa, FL 33606 "TI r-0 :::c 0 )> (J) m z :::1 z m r-1 til c r rm :::1 z c til r-(j) :z:: m 0 m < m :::c -< -t c m (J). 0 )> z 0 "TI :::c 0 )> -<

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Add To Sweets. Think car rot cake and pumpkin or zuc chini breads. And use carrot juice as the liquid in baked goods, replacing the milk or water. (No, it won't taste like carrots, but it will add a hint of sweetness.) Start With Salad. Even iceberg lettuce is better than nothing because it's usually a vehicle for other nutrients Go Ahead, Have An Appetizer. Choose starters like tomato-basil bruschetta or low-fat spinach dip with carrots and celery. Pep Up Pizza. Always order extra sauce and veggies on your pizza. Get Juicy. Replace chicken broth with low-sodium veg etable juice as a base for soups. ,. Treating Heel Pain (Plantar Fascllltls) According to a recent issue of Mayo Clinic Health Letter the most likel y cause of heel pain is plantar fasciitis (PLAN-tur FASH-e-1-tis). This inflammation of the plantar fascia, the fibrous tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot, may limit one' s regular range of motion. 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The abilify to deeply relax and rele(lse tension from your body and mind doesn't always come naturally. For many peo ple, it's a skill that needs to be developed and practiced sev eral times a week or when you find yourself in a stressful situation. To do so, find a comfortable position and focus your mind for about 10 mirmtes on one or more of the foilowing: Put the tip of your tongue on the roof of your mouth and spend a few minutes relaxing different groups of muscles in your jaw and face. Place one hand over your heart and one hand on your abdomen. Close your eyes. Inhale gently and deeply through your nose to the count of six while pushing Mind Over Matter Stress-relief techniques can ease the dull pain of TMJ disorders, says a recent study. About half of the 101 participants attended mind/body sessions in addition to receiv ing standard care. Those ses sions included bio-feedback, a theTapy that uses monitoring devices (in this case, a surface electromyogram for measuring muscle tension) to help patients control their physical reactions to stress. Compared with members of a standard-, care-only group, those taught to deal with stress had remarkably lowerJey_els of .. -: .-pain and fewer doctors' visits. One jaw-saving strategy that could keep the ache away: When you start to tense up, bieathe deeply and shift your focus to an object that distracts ymi and brightens your spirit, like a photo of your pet or a favorite place. Did You Know? Both walking and yoga can help improve your quality of life and reduce symptoms for menopausal women; according to a recent study by Annals of Behavioral Medicine. JJ!$t/4 Thought ... . . . Diabetes High Blood Pressure Heart Disease High Cholesterol General PhySical Exami'lations New Patients Welcome Now Located At: 4511 N. Armenia Ave. ,. (813) 870-3767 Call To Make An HEALTH Staying Busy Active Contributes To Longer Life "TT :Il 0 c.. c: !< -...J your abdomen out. Pause for a mome nt, then slowly exhale and repeat. Starting at your feet, flex small groups of muscles for a mom ent and then releas e the tension. Gradually move up your body, letting each area along the way fully relax Physical activity as the elixir of youth might seem like old news, but there's a new twist, according to the Mayo Clinic Women's HealthSource. For o the best chance of a long, healthy life, marathon training Close your eyes and picture yourself in a place of relaxation-a high mountain mead ow, perhaps, or by a lake. Imagine the sights, sounds, smells and feel of this place. Done regularly, relaxation techniques may reduce stress and lower your blood pressure and heart rate. Always remember to pamper yourself! is not required. But staying busy and active might be. Such activities can include: household chores such as vacuuming, mopping the floor; washing windows, lawn work, caring for children or adults, walking or volunteering. Although researchers don't have all the answers about how daily activities affect longevity, it's heartening to know when people are "too busy" for exer cise, staying busy around the house, at work, or in the community may contribute to a longer healthier life. Take it from me. You can prevent colon cancer by. getting tested. They check your colon, and if they find a p lyp, they remove it before it becomes cancer. If you're 50 or older, talk to your doctor about getting tested for cancer For a free information packet on the different ways you can be tested call 1-800-ACS -2345 or visit www.cancer.org/colon. "tJ c: m !: en % m 0 m < m l:J -< -4 c: m en 0 ):io < l> z o '' .. Cll I . m

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CL,UB SCENE KLUB Scene BYFLAVA P.O. BOX 172415 Tampa, FL 33672-0415 (866) 909-2929 MySpace.com/KiubSceneThaJumpOH Plies Album Release Party _Bay area, this is the celeb album release party of the year that you and your crew don't want to miss. -It's going down on Tuesday, August 7, 2007 with confirmed guests: TPain, Rick Ross, D. J. Drama, Trina, Pleasure, Tank and many more. It's $5 until 12 and $10 after with the Real Testament album (in stores 8-707). Keep it locked for location. For V.I.P info call (813) 732-0943. Manilla Manilla Monday Nite Madness and ladies get in free before 12. Fellas the Original Monday is back with drink specials all night. Studio 7 Good Times Ent. presents 1st Fridays with the 70s disco flava, hosted by Marcus Vance on Friday, August 3rd. So, dust off ya platforms and bell bottoms. Ladies nights is every Friday with FREE admission until 12 and drink specials, too. 112 U Haul Boyz Block or Not Block Party is Sunday Night at 112. Ladies get in FREE before 12 and there are 2-4-1 drink specials all night. D. J. Godfather and Lil Kee will be doing their thing. Live'n My Dreams Wow! Your response to be on Liue'n My Dreams reality TV show was whoa! Are you an up and coming rapper or singer? Are you looking for exposure? Live'n My Dreams Reality TV Show is looking for new acts to showcase. Be a part of histo ry. For info call (1-866) 9092929. Get@Me FLAVA PLIES 'The Real Testament!' In Stores Augus t 7th PATRICKB H appy Birthday' Aloe Vera -Ha1r Maintenance System -J/th-cfka & # a.Jfjd Encourages New Hair Growth Eliminates Frizz & Fly-A ways Adds -Body, Luster & Shine Enriched With Natural Oils Restores Lost Moisture Call 813 or visit us@ naturceutics.com 2<:::> F F M ANUFACTURER' S COUPON EXPIRES 9/3 0/07 $ !11 ) 1 1!1 Nature's PrescriptionTM b1LJ, Aloe Vera Hair Maintenance Syste m CONSUMER: Qne. coupon per pur c h ase Good onl y on product indicated. Consumer poys any s ol e s tax Void it sold. exchanged or lronslerred RETAILER: Redeem on t erms s t a led t or consumer u p o n pur c hase o f pr c cJuctlndicol e d ANY OTHER USE CONSTITUTES FRAUD. I submitted in compfionce wiJh N o t urteufics t nc:s Co.upon Redemption Pol i c y ( copies ovoi lobt e _upon rcqucstj you will be r eimbursed lace Moil f o: No l u r ceulics 19046 Bruce B Downs B lvd !1-21 6 Tornpo FL 3 3647. Failure t o produce on requcltinvoices pro ving void all cou pons submitted. Void I f t axe d restric t ed. or by other than 3402 N. 34th Street 247 Specializing In Perms Cuts & Color, Press & Curl, Hair Weaving For The Entire Family Walk-Ins Welcome "TI JJ 0 )> -< C'c r-< 1\J -...J 1\J 0 0 -...J "T1 r-0 ::c c )> (J) m z :::! z m r I al c r r m -4 z ., c al r c;; ::::E: m c m < m ::c < -4 c m en c )> < )> z c "T1 ::c 6 )> < ., l> C') m

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ENTERTAINMENT Rule, Lil Wayne Arrested In Separate Incidents NEW YORK --Both Ja Rule and Lil Wayne were arrested on gun charges in separate incidents Sunday night following a concert by -Lil Wayne in New York Ja Rule, born Jeffrey Atkins, was the first to be arrested after cops pulled over the luxury sedan in which he was driving at 10 :30 p.m. on West End Ave. A .40-caliber pistol was discovered, leading to the arrest of Ja along with the car's two other occupants -the driver and another man. About an hour later, Lil Wayne and another man were spotted by officers smoking weed by a tour buf near 61st Street and Columbus Ave. A .40-caliber pistol was discovered and the two were arrested and LIL WAYNE And JA RULE charged with criminal possession of a weapon and marijuana. Coincidentally, both rappers appear in the new sin gle "Uh Oh," which is featured on Ja Rule's upcom ing album, "The Mirror ." Wayne, born Dwayne Carter, had just finished performing at the Beacon Theater in Manhattan. It was unclear whether Ja took the stage as well. Subscribe Today! MTV To Retire 'Pimp My Ride' XZXIBIT The party is over for MTV's "Pimp My Ride." The network announced Wednesday that the extreme makeover-like series for hoopties will be cancelled after its upcoming seventh season. Hosted by rapper Xzibit, the show's final episodes will premiere at 10:30 p m Sunday. On June 9th, the network aired part of the new season as a promotion al tactic. MTV used the same m ethod to promote "Punk' d for its final season McDonald's Backs Ne-Yo/Tvvista Tour N e-Yo and Twista are among the acts scheduled to perform in McDonald's parking lots this summer as part of a tour called McDonald's Live, a collaboration between the fast food chain and event marketing agency TBA Global. The free W-city tour launches July 26 with NeYo and singer Kenna at California's Venice Beach Recreation Center. Twista will perform a future date in his hometown of Chicago. Other acts on the tour include Kat DeLuna, the Dey, Single File, Twista and Kevin Michael in certain markets. "Our strategy was to involve emerging multigenre artists who are releasing new music this summer," says, Douglas Freeland, director of U.S. marketing at McDonald's. "We're always looking for ways to strengthen brand r e levance with young adults, and we know from w-ork we've done in the past that music is their number one passion." NE-YO The tour will also Vl$lt such cities as (Single File), Philadelpf;tia (Kevin Michael) a)id Bloomfield, N .J., ey). 'Nte tour wraps Sept. 25 Austin, Texas, with tional artists to )>e announced. Each concert will be taped and later available for ing at www MCDLive.cofu. After the tour finishes, fans will vote for their favorite artist, and the winner's music will be featured in a .} McDonald's 2008 advertis-ing campaign. No contract to sign, no limits on minutes, just the most reasonably priced wireless plan around. 888.57metro w\vw.metropcs.com MetroPCS Bradenton 4 9 1 9 14th St W est Bradent o n FL 34207 888 576 3676 MetroPCS Brandon 1989 W Lum sde n Ad Bra ndon :FL 33511 8 88 576 3876 0 I MOTORAZR V3m metroPCS. MotroPCS Cloorwnter 1674 S M1s s ou n Ave C leorw o t e 1 FL 33756 888 576 3 8 7 6 Permission to speak freely. MotroPCS -Lakeland 3137 US Hw y 98 N L a k e l a nd F L 33805 888 576 3876 MctroPCS -Sarasota 1158 N Woh111g t o n B lvd Sorooo to FL 34 236 888 576 3876 MctroPCS St.Potersburg 3 1 00 22 n d Ave N S t e B S t Petersburg FL337 1 3 888 576 3876 S : :n.,C' AlcateiLucent 0 MctroPCS Tampa 290 7 N Dole Mob1y F L 33607 888 57tl3876 MetroPCS -T ampa 1 25 1 E.:ls.t FN'tlPI T.:unp.:l FL 000 3t\ 7t3 New phone IUchase and new actt.ontion requred. Certan lldd!lonnl restrlctlros mnv RIJillf. Phone nol oclunl size md may Yll'f l'l' store. OIKWM!o st,,re l,v llfonunll.'ll ,.., Sl)o!Ciic t;rnlS md C..'lld!i,m ,, Sl!rYN. k>Ctll oovemge llen IN MY restrk:llons. loog dl$l:vtce !Wiles to 48 crot!Qu<,us TN!o!l Md lm nolllcUdotd. N c 0 ...... 'TI r-0 :a c )> CJ) m z ::::! z m r:lll c: r rm ::::! z ., c: Ill r-u; :I: m c m < m :::rJ -< -f c: m CJ) c )> -< > z c "T1 c )> -< "0 l> G'> m 1\) .... I Ill

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TM Media Group plans to leverage "Daddy's Shadow" to inform fans and market Manaj to rap audiences "We believe this franchise offers global market appeal and presents another com pelling investment opportunity to our shareholders said Harmon. Manaj, meanwhile, looks forward to her story being told -__ Leak Repairs DR.DRE "Working with TM Media Group and Matt Harmon on my project is a dream come true," she said in a statement. "They respect my creativity and direction and I can feel the successalready. I hope to make my fans proud and look forward to reaching a new global audience through my relationship with Matt and his team." To watch the film's trailer or to pre-order the DVD, visit http://www tmmediagroup.co mL NoJob :roo Small Or.Too Large 20 Years Experience 5 Y eaH 'f!Siablisbed In S 1 H bts C nity \(JJtlll.llitll ... I til I 111Jll4t\ Ill\ Ill. Dr I H I ...,I i l "'" l Hup111 t d .'>VARRYLSTARKES Contractor Ucense# RC0067277 Ucensed-Bonded-lnsured 1802 E. 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"I always think rm going to do fine when I get to this point, but I know your tears," she tells them, each a finalist in the third year of her biggirl beauty competition, "Mo'Nique's F.A. T. Chance -as in "Fabulous And Thick." With cameras rolling, Mo'Nique moves around the room proclaiming each woman "Miss F.A.T.," a ence to this year's two-part "F.A.T. Chance" contest on Oxygen. The first one-hour show, "Mo'Nique's F A T. Chance: The Road to Paris," aired Saturday (and re-ail : s numerous times throughout this week) and features these and 2,000 other women who answered open casting calls in Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas. Is Prince Advising Michael On Comeback? The N e w York Post is reporting t hat Mic h ael Jackson h a s gotten some word s o f wisdom from none othe r than Prince regard ing the best way to launch a comeback. According to the paper, Prince advised Jackson to play a series of acoustic shows in Las Vegas to prove that his distinctive voice is still in tact. A source told the Post: "Prince has been suggesting that Michael play a sequence of unplugged concerts in Las Vegas -just Michael and the micro-MICHAEL JACKSON And PRINCE phone. No gimmicks, no costume changes, no smoke or mirrors, just his voice." Several months ago, Prince was reported to have turned down an offer from Jackson to go o:ri a joint tour. Jackson's rep, Raymone K. Bain, has since denied the story. G-Unlt Rapper Yayo ReJects -Jail Offer NEW YORK --Tony Yayo, a rapper with hip-hop group G-Unit, rejected an offer Tuesday of nine months injail in exchange for pleading guilty to slapping and punching a 14-year-old boy. Yayo, 29, whose real name is Marvin Bernard, was charged in March with assault, harassment and endangering the welfare of a child for allegedly hitting the boy, James Rosemond. The alleged victim is the son of Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond, recording executive and manager of The Game. Yayo has pleaded not guilty to the charges and is free on $5,000 bail. "The prosecution's ninemonth offer is one Tony vehemently rejected," said Yayo's lawyer, Scott Leemon. "Jt's not even a good offer for a guilty person, and Tony denies the allega tions absolutely." A misdemeanor complaint said the youth told police Yayo hit him with his hand, TONYYAYO "causing (bis) face t-o strike the door of a building" at Sixth Avenue and 25th Street' apd cau"sing l"tim "to have a headache, an earache and caused substantial pain to (his) face The case was adjourneduntil Sept. 6, when Manhattan Cdmin-al Court Judge Neil Ross is expected to rule on Leemon's motion to subpoena e-mails between 1 5W Public Relations and its client Czar Entertainment .

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ALL MY CHILDREN: Kendall, Zach and Ryan were temporarily relieved when Spike and Jan survived their crises and began to recover. Despite Jack's advice that Greenlee leave Pine Valley, she vowed to stay and make a fresh start, only to face a wrathful Kendall when she was caught in Spike's hospital room. Coming: Greenlee is the cause of more heartache GENERAL HOSPITAL: NIGHT SHIFT: A patient's death at the hospital led the police to suspect foul play Things became even more chaotic when someone mixed up patients files, and the workers strike made the situation at the hospital increasingly unstable. Stacey's pregnancy problems impacted Robin and Patrick s relationship issues. Coming: The police have their eyes on a suspect. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Jack headed for Idaho with Carly determined to come along aga i nst his w i shes, after Katie got a lead on where JJ might be. Meanwhile Silas told JJ he's getting a new name Paul finally woke up and pined for Meg, but a phone ca!l stunned him with the news that Meg and Craig are together Coming: Unaware Paul is alive Meg draws closer"to Craig. GUIDING LIGHT: Seeing a passed-out Harley in bed with Dylan and incorrectly assuming the worst, Gus made love with Natalia. Later Harley realized that Gus and Natalia had been intimate Olivia promised Jonathan she won't reveal that he and Sarah are alive, but later told Reva she'll only keep Jon's secret if Reva agrees to give up Jeffrey Coming: Ava isn't about to give up Coop. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Thorne woke up to find Donna in his bed, as she convinced him that they had spent the night together all part of her revenge against Stephanie When Donna got Thorne to admit he can't get over Darla she intended to become the next Mrs. Forr ester Hurt and disappointed that Ashley and Rick's secrecy had affected Pho ebe, Ridge wanted Ashley to resign, bui he was moved by her plea for forgiv e ness and they rec onciled Coming: Stephanie has no idea she's being undermined. ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Despite John's doubt that Marty really killed Spencer', following her confession, he had no choice but to arrest her Miles was pressured to confess but Natalie stopped him and convinced him to fight the charges Rex and Adriana reunited while Vincent and Layla committed to each other after she praised his heroism regarding the Tate ordeal. Coming: Michael fears Marcie's world will come apart if the truth gets out. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: After Stefano underwent the surgery, Bart revealed that the med ical records show the babies aren't EJ's When Nick told Sami and Lucas that Lucas is the baby's father, they were e l a ted that EJ has no power over them, but he vowed death to Lucas. Nick was fired from the hospital for his misdeeds. Coming: Stephanie doesn't realize the bad company she's in. PASSIONS: Julian forbade Eve from turning in their son, Vincent to save Luis from exe cution. Fancy was horrified when confronted by her disfigured sister, Pretty, who bears a scar that Fancy caused. When Pretty threatened to tell Luis everything Fancy shocked Luis at the altar by saying she can' t marry him. Luis got hold of the blackmailer and was stunned to discover the person's identity Coming: Gwen waits for the right moment to bring down Theresa. GENERAL HOSPITAL: When Jason refused to accept a plea bargain, Ric got Elizabeth to admit under oath that she and Jason had slept together but rather than reveal the truth about Jake's paternity she perjured herself Lucky demanded to know if Jake is r eally his son. Irina planned to use Jax, who she s holding captive, to get revenge on Jerry, her former flame. Coming: early and Jerry take a big chance to h elp Jason YOUNG AND RESTLESS: A U.S. Treasury agent closed in on Daniel and Kevin regarding the missing money Meanwhile AmbE)r freed herself from the closet and came face to face with Carson. However, it turned out that the crooked agent was behind the kidnapping as Carson Kevin Amber and Dani e l were all arrested. Cane posted Amber s bail and wanted nothing more to do with her. Coming: Nikki and Victor appear over for good IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK . new friends may issues subtle but meaningful romantic invitations. Proposed changes to key relationships are serious strongly felt: expect loved ones to also demand greater influence in home decisions, family habits or daily routines. Intimacy and commitment will be a top priority before mid-October and may soon trigger important lifestyle changes LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) A close friend may be moody or withdrawn Areas of concern are broken romantic trusts or vague social promises. Encourage group activit jes, improved health regimes or revised daily routines and expect a new environment or fresh perspective to help resolve ongoing relationship problems VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Exotic love affairs are complicated and emotionally risky Although appealing, new relationships will tend to quickly encompass outside social influences or unexpected jealousies. Carefully consider the feelings of all involved before entering into fast emotional commitments Genuine intentions will soon be revealed. LIBRA (Sept. 23 :0ct. 23) Family debate is unsuccessful. Loved ones may need extra lime for private contemplation. Remain patient and watch for subtle improvements before presenting new social ideas or fresh suggestions for the home. At present short-term group plans will not be easily accepted : pace yourself and expect ongoing delays. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Technical instructions, machinery or information systems may cause unavoidable delays Expect small mishaps or written errors to be bothersome Use this time to plan long term business strategies or evaluate workplace methods Newly initial ed or short-term projects may be diff icult to finalize. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec 21). Key officials may challenge job habits or daily methods An older colleague may need to publicly affirm their authority If so, refuse to be drawn into minor disputes or childish displays of pride Business partnerships and reliable work pro cedures will take time to be clearly established Remain diplofllatic. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). Intimate relationships will demand clearly defined expectations Someone close may be feeling misun derstood cir ignored Public involvement new social invitations or changing group habits may be at issue. Private fears may be vivid and compelling : reassure loved ones of their importance in your life AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb.' 19). Long-term friends may present unusual group proposals or rare family invitations Extended travel, educational programs or new living arrangements may be on the agenda Take time to fully explore all creative suggestions : a fresh perspective concerning repeated habits or routines will provide valuable insight. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). New job options may arrive from unlikely _:sources. Past employers or yesterday's busine ss partners may reappear and provide unique opportunities Team investments, revised career goals and fasttraining wm provide meaningful advance ment. Study the recent successes of colleagues or managers for valu able clues ARIES (March 21-Aprll 20). Romantic advice is accurate and time ly Carefully consider the suggestions of friends or older relatives Strained relationships may strongly benefit from a brief pause.-Ask loved ones for a detailed descripti6n of their recent experiences or obsfilrvations and expect shared ideas to soon worthwhile options TAURUS (Aprii21May 20). Home obligations may require detailed discussion Family relationships will experience a wave of social inter est and group planning Friends or relatives may be highly to resolve private disputes or explore common goals Listen to all sug gestions before offer an opinion. GEMINI (May 21-June 21 ). For many Geminis, minor ailments affect i ng the lower back digestion or stomach will fade. Outdated habits and unpn ; xfuctive health regimes are no longer rewarding Plan fresh activities, exercise patterns or social outlets:_loved ones will par ticipate in long-term fitness goals and revised family routines Stay open CANCER (June 22-July 22). Property divisions and business settle ments may be strongly affected by legal permissions, laws or past financial regulations. Recheck governmental sources for reliable clues Loved ones will press for definite answers valid decisions or elaborate Go slow ble, avoid ,.n .-.nv TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. Shooter, Paramount Pic tures, R 2. Black Snake Moan, Par amount Vantage, R 3. Bridge to Terabithia, Bue na Vista Pictures, PG 4. Ghost Rider, Sony Pictures, PG-13 5. Breach, Universal Pictures, PG-13 6. Reno 911! : Miami, 20th Century Fox, R 7. Dead Silence, Universal Pictures, R 8 Pride, Lionsgate, PG 9. Daddy's Little Girl, Lions gate, PG-13 10. Norbit, Paramount Pic tures PG-13 TOP POP ALBUMS 1. T.l. Vs. V.I.P., T.l. Grand Hustle/Atlantic 2. Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus, Miley Cyrus, Walt Disney/Hollywood 3 My December, Kelly Clark son RCA 4. Lost Highway, Bon Jovi, Mercury/Island 5. Libertad, Velvet Revolver, RCA 6. 5th Gear, Brad Paisley, Arista Nashville 7. Ms. Kelly, Kelly Rowland, Music World/Columbia 8. Back to Black, Amy Wine house, Universal Republic 9. Minutes to Midnight, Lin kin Park, Machine Shope 10. Icky Thump, The White Stripes, Third Man TOP POP SINGLES 1. Umbrella, Rihanna, featur Ing Jay-Z, SRPIDef Jam 2. Hey There, Delilah, Plain White T's, Hollywood 3. Party Like A Rockstar, Shop Boyz, OnDeck 4. Big Girls Don't Cry, Fer gie, wlll.l.am/A&M 5. The Way I Are, Timbaland, featuring Kerl Hilson, Mosley/Biackground 6. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin'), T-Paln, featuring Yung Joe, Konvl.ct!Nappy Boy/Jive 7. Makes Me Wonder, Maroon 5, A&M/Octone 8. A Bay Bay, Hurricane Chris, Polo Grounds/J 9. Big Things Poppln' (Do It), T.l., Grand Hustle 10. Bartender, T Paln, featurIng Akon, Konvlct/Nappy Boy/Jive Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1.T.I. .......................................... ............... ........... ... ... T.I. vs. T.I.P. 2. Kelly .Rowland .......... .. .......................................... Ms. Kelly 3. Epiphany ................................................................ T-Pain 4. Double Up ............................................. ........... R. Kelly 5. From Nothin' To Somethin' ................... ... Fabolous 6. Because Of You ..................... : ..................... Ne-Yo 7. Good Girl Gone Bad ........................................................ Rihanna 8. Back To Black ........................... Amy Winehouse 9. I Am . .............. .......... .......... Chrisette Michele 10. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ...................... Robin Thicke 11. We The Best. ........................................... DJ Khaled 12. Rockstar Mentality ..................................................... 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Central Park's First Families Make Final Visit Before Their Old Homes Are Tom Down In 1954, Martha Cail stood on her porch at 1271 Scott Street as her husband stood watch over building materials As an employee for the Tampa Housing Authority, he and his wife moved to Central Park Village so he. could provide security during its construction. The Cails were the first family to mov e into C entral Park Vill>age follo we d closel y b y the Small; Gilmore, Crawford, Thomas, Grant, Williams, Richardson, Pratt, Wilson, Barton, Snow, Tucker, Booker, Brady, Coney, Nunn, Singleton, Adams, Brown, Hudson, Reed, Curry, Howell, Holloway, Crews, and Nelson families Marva Blue (left) stands with sisters Rhudine and Lenita in front of the place they used to call home. Marion Jones proudly shows off in front of the place she called home on Harrison Street. An area known as the Scrubbs h a d been occupied by Afric a n Am e ricans as early a s th e 1920s, and many of those f amilie s neve r left the are a moving into C entra l P ark Village w h e n i t was c om p l e t ed Everyone remembered when the garbage c ans w e r e rec e s s ed into the ground a nd you h a d to step on a m e t a l ped a l to g e t th e lid t o r a i se s o you could dump your tras h I r e m embe r how close eve r yone was then," said Marva Blue, whose family, Rev. L. B. (Harriet) Brown liv e d at 1201 Burde n C ourt. M arva and h e r siblings, Arthur Ray Brown, Sr., Robert B. Brown, Sr., Twiggs' Family Celebrates At 2nd Reunion The Twiggs Family gathered in Tampa for their 2nd reunion. The Twiggs' F .amily h eld the ir 2nd reunion in T ampa durin g th e week end of Jul y 13-15, 2007 The first r e uni o n was h eld in M adison F L in D e c embe r 2005.' Activities i nclud e d a Meet and G reet o n Friday at t h e host h o t e l Double T ree West s h o re. On Saturd ay, July 14th a f amily picnic a t R owle tt P ark was hos t e d by Dr. Rudolph Twiggs, local d e nti s t o f W es t W a t ers D e nt a l C e nter. Later on Saturday the Twiggs f a mily enjoyed a fun-filled e v e ning on the Yacht Star s hip from Channel s ide . The weekend ended with the tradition a l visit to the home church, Mt. Olive AME Church, uisalle St. A wond e rful dinner at Piccadilly Cafeteria after church was also enjoy e d by th e family. The cha'irpersons for this r eunion w e r e Ilene Twiggs Bell, local h a ir stylis t and busine ss own e r of Simply R a w S a lon on Busch Blvd. and Betty Twiggs Woodard, r e tir e d s chool a dministrator Polk County School s and Middleton High Class of 1961. The next Twiggs Family R e union will b e h eld in 20 09 in Pin ellas County. Any Twiggs F amily m embe r s int e rest e d in a ss i s tin g witbn planning the n ext f a m i l y r e uni o n please contact the 20 0 9 c h a irp e r son Mrs Doris Taylor .Robinson at (727) 323 -7861. Edith Helena Barrrington, Herbert C. Brown, Rhudine Sampson, Vernon Brown, a nd Lenita Brown, all g re w up in C entra l P a rk Thi s w as such a wonde rful pl ace to li ve the n. E ve r yone around u s we r e p rofess i o n a l s a nd we all k n ew eac h o ther. Marion (Holloway) J ones, who lived at 1140 H a rri son Stre et a lso reme m b e r s ho w clo se every on e was. "We a ll kn ew w h a t f a mil y trul y w as back then. E v eryone look e d out for e veryone else. Standing on m y old front porc h I c a n still hear some of the sounds from back then. R eturning no w m a kes me feel like I ne ver reall y left. On July 3 1st the first buildings in the complex w ill b e de m olis h e d. We w ill all miss this place," sa id Ms. Blue. "It was tmly a pl a ce of histo r y for all o f u s, and w h e n it's torn down, a piece of us will go with it. Ms. Jones said with Central A v enue gone, Central Park w as all that was left After Central Park is gone, no matter what they put in its place it will alw a y s be Central P ark to tho se of us w h o called the area home." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@jlsentinel.com. Morehouse alumni and scholarship recipients: left to right, Ronnie Williams Retired Judge Perry Little, Jetie B Wilds, Jr., Willie Parker, III, Atty. Delano S. Stewart and Julian Scott. In the rear, George Greenlee, Paul Sheehy, III, Ryan Brown Keil Anthony Moore Rudy Arnao, and Dr. Paul Sheehy II. On Saturda y July 21, 2 007, the Tampa-St. Peter s burg Morehouse Alumni a nd friend s gathered at th e hom e of Fred and Martina McClure to award $500 book scholar s hips to three fr eshmen and two upp e rclassm e n a s th e y prepare to l eave for Mor e hous e Colle g e in A u g ust. Th e three fres hm e n are Ryan Brown, Julian Scott and Paul Sheehy, III. Th e r e turning upp e rclas s m e n are Willie Lee Pnrkcr, Ill and Keil Anthony Moore. Th e alumni prese nt w e re: Ronnie Williams, Retired ,Judge Perry Little, .Jetie B. Wilds, .Jr. Atty. Delano S. Stewart, George Greenlee, Rudy Arnao and Dr. Paul Sheehy, II. (Photographs by Ricky Photography)

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,.... 0 0 N . ALL ABOUT YOU! .....-C\1 Happy Birthday Graduation .., ).:' <( c a: LL MR. ERICL. BROWN, JR. July 29, 1988 Eric is an honor graduate (6/16/07) from Hampton, VA, attending Norfolk State this fall. UNCLE JAMES, III, ANGELIA, ERIC, SR., PAUL, LEROY, GLENN, CARLA, SHARON (MOM), SHARON, SHEENA AND TAMARA ERIC L. BROWN, JR. AND HIS GRANDMOTHER, MS. ANNIE R.BROWN. Mr. Eric L. Brown, Jr., is an honor graduate from Hampton High, graduation was on 6/16/07, with the class of 2007 from Hampton, Virginia. His parents are CPO Eric L. (Sharon) Brown, Sr., sister, Tamara, grandparents, Annie Brown, James and C Sharon Brown, Jr., and a: Leroy Glenn of South LL Carolina, and great granddad, James Brown, Sr . God <( bless. His parents are CPO Eric L. (Sharon) Brown, Sr., sister, Tamara, grandparents, Ms. Annie Brown, James and Sharon Brown, Jr. and Leroy Glenn of South Carolina, great granddad, James Brown, Sr., uncle James (Angelia) Brown, III, and a host of other relatives and friends who are very proud of him. We love you Your Family. Happy Birthday To Me Annie Brown, family and a c host of relatives and friends. (/) w w > w c w J: (/) :J m a. z i= w ..J ..J m I ..J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL 0 N w CJ f MZ.TURA TASHA July 28th Intelligent, inspirational, motivating and I must say beautiful. A picture speaks a thousand words Yes, it' s me Tura, shouting myself out with a happy 26th birthday on July 28. I thank Jehovah for my air and strength and just allowing me to live another year. Happy birthday to me. Happy 23ra birthday to our mom Ms. Tasha Hollis. We love you! Markiah, Derrick and Sergio. . Birthdays And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 BRYANT A SCRIVEN, ESQ. .. QtiMINAL DEFENSE PERSOt:fAL ........... ... ,. ALL 'FELONIES DRIVER'S UCENSE ISSUES ALL MISDEMEANORS ALL PERSONAL INJURY CASES DUI DIVORCE VOP's DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DRUG CRIMES MODIFICATIONS AVAILAIII.I 24/J / COIIIULTATIOIII AVAILAala 31n W. Dr KL KING BLVD. STE. 100, TAMPA, FL 33607 Serving Hillsborough, Pasco and Hernando County 1!.1// 1 IN Mit-lull!. K .. IOtluldeltl Attorney lit Law 109 N. AnMnbl A,..,. Ta....,_, Fl, The hlrtng of l.wyer .. n lmport.nt declelon thllt 8hould not be "-d .olely upon lldwttlem..U Before you dec:lccs., k u. to Mnd you frM wrtian lnfonnllllon bout our Pen Pal ANTHONY WEAVER Captivating, fun-loving business owner, seeking friends and a solid relationship with any race. Will answer all let ters. Anthony Lapone Weaver, #11445-017, Federal Correc tional Institution, P. 0 Box 725, Edgefield, South Carolina, 29824. Blessed Wedding Anniversary Happy anniversary to CPO Eric L. Brown, Leto grad, class of '8s and Tampa native, and Sharon Brown, native South Carolinian and Middleton (South Carolina) graduate, class of 84 Children, Lorell and Tamara, parents, Ms. Annie Brown, James (Sharon) Brown, and Leroy Glenn, brothe r s James and Angelia, and Earl, sister Sheena, and a host of relatives and friends. God bless Annie Brown and famil y CPO.ERICL. (SHARON) BROWN, SR. 616 Law Offices of ANGELA B. -CERTIFIED Th e Florida Bar WRIGHT llUALLAw STATE & FEDERAL COURTS BOND MOTIONS SEAL I EXPUNGE RECORDS ILLEGAL STOPS FELONIES PROBATION VIOLATIONS MISDEMEANORS Board Crrtitird Criminal Trial :\ttornl'Y 300 N. Franklin St., Tampa, FL. 33602 (813) 277-0068 Th e hirin g of!' lawyer i s a n im p orumt deci s i o n a nd s houl d not be ba.
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. HAPPENINGS IN THE BAY AREA PHOTOGRAPHY BY .. ERRY BRUNSON Michael Clayton's Celebrity Summer dam The Michael Clayton Celebrity Summer Jam brought an all-star lineup to the St. Petersburg Times Forum Sunday, July 15th at 6 p.m. Rap Star Mike Jones performed at half time. (Photos By Jerry Brunson) The security team from Big Walt's Security arc Reggie, Walt, and Mike. metroPCS Authorized Dealer Located in the International Flea Market 11311 N. Nebraska Ave., Tan1pa, FL 336U Gate 1-Booth131 & Gate 1-Booth G7 -813-632-6666 Cell: 813-451-8851 I I 1 $30 In FREE NO Contract NO Credit Check NO Deposit A -ccessories I Free Activ.ation & 1st Month FREE* Phone Purchase And New Activation Required. $40AMonth Unli1nited Local and Long Distance* Talk all you want, anytime you watzt, to anywhere ill the country. I Unlimited Long.Distance In 'lllc ContinCiullJS Optionotl Feutures C:.mllc l'urchasCd At An Additional Charge. Covcmgc From New POll Richey lo Marco Island & Scllusti;m To Kc Seattle Seahawk wide receiver Peter Warrick and ,WNBA star Erika Desouza, who also appeared in the movie, "Love And Basketball." WNBA player Jennifer and Michael Clayton. Scenes From Play And Album Release Party From July 13th through the 15th, local promoter Too Smooth had a pair of successful ventures, the first an album release party at the Double Tree Hotel that featured the R&B group Silk, then the presentation of the Don Gray production of "Lord, There's A Stranger In My House" at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. The play was performed on two nights before huge crowds. (Photos By Leon B. Crews) Tampa' s own Eddie Durant sang the opening number during the Saturday presentation of the play. Silk perform at the album release party. :::0 0 c... c I\) I\) 0 0 "'-I

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c a: LL c z c( c CJ) w > a: w > w C w ::I: CJ) ::J Ql a. z lu ..J ..J Ql ..J w z z w CJ) c( c a: 0 ..J LL () I w e, P ;olk ,,.{ Rose Heights Elks Lodges #318 and #217 Host 'No Star Is Out Of :Reach' Education Ball An elaborate banquet was Black, McArthur heid to promote unity in the Carpenter, Royal Davis, community and to recognize Oliver Dilligard, Dan youth for high scholastic and Dixon, Kenneth Glover, oratorical achievement. Joe Godwin, Johnnie The Rose Heights Lodge James, David Keys, Willie was beautifully decorated C. Larry, Anthony with royal blue and silver. Matthews, Horace The Daughters and Mitchell, Leopold Morris, Brothers were handsomely Herman Patterson, Eddie attired in gorgeous hues of Rudolph, Kelvin Stacey, royal. blue, tht:i Brothers with George Sanders, Louis a hint of blue with their Sanders, Willie Schofield, fancy ties and suits. Willie Stembridge, Under the leadership of William Woods and Exalted Ruler #318 Brother Eugene Robinson. Harlem Turner, Lodges Rose Heights Elks Temple #217 and #318 have reached #217 members include: a new level of community outreach Program participants were: Brother Keith Boyd, Daughters Diane Griffin, Tina Bryant and Sylvia Riley, Mrs. Amber Giddens, Mr. DeAndre Holley, and The Rose Heights Harambee Dancers. Rose Heights Elks Lodge #318 members include: Harlem Turner, Sr., Sylvester D: McArthur, Samuel Jones, Hugh Shp.pson, George Griffin, Harry Bryant, Keith Boyd, Jones, Jaines. Johnnie Ferguson, A. Ralph Laidler, Tillman J. Sanders, J. Alfred Williams, ': Henry Th-ompson, : Charlie Abrams, Harold Adam, Reginald .Ardis, Bruce Bernice Cooper-Laidler, Patricia Pace Woods, Sylvia Riley, Diane Bell Griffin, Inez Bell, Alethia Mahan, Tina Bryant, Voncille Pinkston, Pamela Jones, Esther Turner, Teresa West, Rose Myles Lester; Annie Williams, Deborah Teague, Veronica Rucker, Marquita Bindloss, Ollie Bryant, Dorothy Davis, Winnie Davis, Gamble, Yvonne Patterson, Valerie Stembridge, Veronica Thomas and Joan B. Kinsler. This event was the most talked about event in the City of Lakeland -North, South, East and West -including the Tampa Bay . (L-R) #at7 Daughfers,ver;oritca Thomas, Rucker.; V9J1cllle Pinkston and Marquita Blndloss. Invited guests shown with Rose Heights Lodge #318 Exalted Ruler Harlem Turner are, Randy Barnes, Brother Harry Bryant, Harold Silas (Lakeland Police Dept. Victims Assistance Coordinator), Ernie lvey, Don Brown (President NAACP Lakeland Chapter), and Attorney Larry Hardaway. Daughter Diane Bell-Griffin. Daughter Sylvia Riley, Asst. Daughter Ruler imd Chairlady of Social Sessions, Florida State Association, of Elks Education Directress. Brother Henry Thompson, #318. (L-R) Daughter Elk member Constance Collie-Blackman of Miami, Daughter Lou Alyce Dean (Florida State Assoc., President of Temples), Daughter Bernice Laidler (Rose Heights Temple #217, Lakeland), and Daughter Elk member Sondra McDonald of Brooksville. -Dedicated beyond limited services: George Griffin and Harry Bryant.

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, POLK COUNTY NEWS Gabbing MthGioria Celebration Honoring The 80th Birthday Of Retired Educator Mildred M. Hawk A surprise 80th cele bration was given for Mildred Hawt:!t on July 6, 2007, at 5 p. m. a t Huntington Hills Country Clu g Mildred's birthday was lth, but she was attending the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc Conference in Houston, Texas. The guests were told on the invitation not to bring gifts for Mildred. They were asked to donate to a special project in Haiti. The project is called a Happy House Guests also brought pictures of years past with Mildred on them The pictures were placed in an album for her. Mildred was really surprised when she was taken to Huntington Hills Country Club by her niece, Wanda Johnson walked into the room and the 1225 N. Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805-4259 (863) 688-2095 Fax. (863) 687 3409 Paris Hill, Florida Hinson, Rebecca Inge, (cousin) Mildred Jackson, Wanda Johnson, (niece), Bessie McLeod, (brother) James McShay, (niece) Juli McShay, (sister-in-law), Yvonne McShay, Kathy Mislovic, Redd, Linda Silas, Latlia Speed, Willie Speed, Stallworth, Rev. Raymond Stallworth, (cousins) Rose Taylor, Marilyn Terry and Mary Thomas, (sister), Annie White, Eddie White, Barbara Woodard and Faye Wools. Mildred is affiliated with: The Polk Education Retired Educators, National Society of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Polk County Court Mediator -20th Judicial Court ofFlorida, First Baptist Inst. Church -Church School Teacher, NAACP Life Member, Advisory Council Blake Elementary and IRS Tax Preparer. guests sang happy birthday. From The Desk Of She yelled, "my brother" when Dr. Nathaniel B. Hill she saw James McShay from Jerusalem M. B. Church, 306 New York standing at the table S. W 2nd Avenue, Mulbeny, Juli McShay, niece, was the FL, 33860, (863) 425-1802, with Mistress of Ceremonies. She Senior Pastor Dr. Nathaniel read the poem, "You're Special" B. Hill, and First Lady Sis. during the program. Yvonne Cheryl L. Hill will host a McShay, gave Men's, Summit,on Saturday, the Welcome. The invocation August lltb. Quest Speaker and btcssing of food was deliv will be Aposile Kirk end by Rev. Raymond Farrington-of Nassau; eousin. Bahamas. Lovely birthday greetings There will be several . Bask etba ll T ourna m ent in Orlando a t the Dis ney A II Sports C ompl ex. Miss Raines plays c ente r for the Indiana p olis Bli zza rd s in the 10-year-old divis ion Master Austin Franklin enjoye d the National Basketball comp etition in the 12-year-old boys division He i s the n ephew of Dr. Benjamin Franklin. The Franklins, Benjamin and Stephanie are part of the medical team of Blake and Franklin. They are active mem bers at Greater St. Paul M. B I. Church, Dr. N. S. Sanders, Pastor. July Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to the follow ing folks New Mt. Zion M. B. Church Dr. J. S. Hardie, Pastor and members extended birthday wishe s to: Chrisandra Everett Blow, Judy Fields, Ms. Teresa (Mama T), Program Director at The Boys & Girls Club who celebrated her birthday, July 13. Yours Truly, Gabbing With Gloria, b.k.a. Gloria Jennings, will celebrate her 71st birthday on July 26, 2007, with all the fanfare from family and friends. August birthday greetings to the upcoming celebrants: Gail Fields, Dea. Jimmy Ward, Judy Fagin, Scheryl Carrington, Emma Brooks and Aletha Harley. Deacon Russell King will celebrate on August 27th and his spouse, Mrs. Laurastine King will celebrate on August 28th. New Bethel AME L&keland Ms. Pecola Weaver will be celebrating her natal day on July were given by: Rev. Alex men with Harper, LBtha Speed, Ma..Y al of panel discussions. Harmony M. B. Church BuJieb,Faye Woofs, Barbara Birthday celebrants for Woodard, Mildred Jaekson,. Summer 200'1 Augu:st are: Ina Sharpe, and Willie . .. ..... G.ospel E:l:travagimza Pauline . Maek, Mary Joseph= !Sanir;; : ... -Bethel AME ,Church Surreney, Mamie Mj. Way . of: Polk. Courity. Pastor Giiaa..: .. . "and Ida. were p_rel!ented ta; ;. GdflhtB'rown, 43'0> tdeU.,:: Mlld'nd by her ssster, Mal")' : County, FL. 3386$,; . . . M. Thomas, and: brotberi: are, hosting a Summer 2007 ... Hunt Chapel'AJIE'Church J&JI)a .. The Extravaganza on July' Rev end,d:wsth remark& by the' ;z9,2007 at :t p.m. and congregatlOD :extend buth-. party Mildred. Hawk.. day' accolades. _to: Pamela Gu._ests: were::Jeaa Famf!Y -'aye8,: .. SacJie: -Birt, ,-. Dr. and: Roea,l.ee Debjol'ah Mary .-, Waymon ADa Denson, : recently re-ceived and--.hosted Plummer;: Bet_tie Smith, Stephanie'w.brother ahc:tfami-Arthur WUIIaias., Moses J'iefjs,-Hgl(ings, ly froin Indianapolis Indiana. Thomas, HansonHansberry. ,Rev. Mark Raines'. daughter. and Lanzie Haneon: Alex Harper; Martha parHarper,' Barbara Haggood, ticipated in the UAAB Duel Celebration SHAW-NUF TALK By Cynthia Zorn-shaw Family And Friends Celebration The senior residents of the Lakeland Housing Authority celebrated their first Family and Friends Day on Saturday, July 21, 2007. There was plenty of delicious grilled hotdogs, hamburgers, chips and ice cold beverages for all to enjoy. Games and activities included cards, checkers and dominoes ; The hostesses for this event were some of the staff members of the Lakeland Housing Authority: Veronica Ledford, Judith Haggins, and Angela Harvey. Re sidents who enjoyed the festivities were: Beatrice Baldwin (affe ction a t e l y known as 'Miss Cookie'), Alzatie Brown, Nanette Campbell, Willeen Cooks, Effie Craddock, Toxi Dockins, Clara Elmer, Deloris Haggins, Claudia Hardrick, Betty Hill, Russ James, Ruby Mitchell, Dorothy Odom, Erma Rivera, Dorothy Sanders, and Bessie Smith. Happy Birthday To You! Wishes for a Happy Birthday are extended to Lakeland celebrant, George London, Sr., July 28th and Bartow celebrant, Anita Smith; July 30th. Belated' Birthday Greetings Belated birthday greetings The 9lst Church Anniversary and the Church's First Family &. Friends Day for Greatel' St. Paul M. B. l. Church was held on July 15, 2007 Family A Friends Celebration are extended to Lakel a nd birthday celebrant: Kay Fields, July 17th; Rochester, Ne w York birthday celebrants : Sylvester Gordon, Jr., July 20th and his mom, Mary Catherine Gordon, July 21st; and Central Florida entrepreneur, Minister Demetrius Crane, July 11th. Girls Inc. Of Lakeland Talent Search For the past several weeks, Girls Inc. of Lakeland, Inc. Kay Fields, Executive Director, has been showcasing the talent of some of its 'strong, smart and bold' girls by way of Girls Inc Idol. Girls Inc Idol is similar to the television show 'Ame rican Idol'. The final competition will be held on today (July 27th). The two finalists are Jadai Griffin and Akhile Odikpa. Other 'strong, smart and bold' girls who have participated are: Jelissa White, Desiree Smith, Taylor Carlton, Sterfy Sinal, Destiny Grier, K'dajah Williams, Mickayla Filmon, Cheyane Blythe, Natasha Carr, and Kiana Santiago. Heart E. Mae Says .. Discouragement comes but to hinder our growth process. And sometim_es .i t brings its, entourage with Whenever they come knocking at:yciur door, refuse. tnt{ visit ... then immediately begin to yourself. : "And Dauid was greatly dis. tressed; for the people spoke of stoning him;, because the soul of all the people was grieved. every man fl?r his sons ond(of his cloughters : but David aged hiinsaif in thi Lorcl :his: GocJ. !: . .... New Jerusalem M. B. Church's Annual Homegoing for their Family &. Friends cele-bration was held in Ocabt Taut To Slaaw-Nut' "'The. well-known Mr.8. Mary. Tert:ShcnuNuf Talk about Lee Mobley Graham and ; birthday of' Lakeland's Marion weddings, f'amiJy County organized the big : reunionS. baey stiowers.. ly church re. union u966>. Have.. that yo\i want news will travel. :to share with the'readers otthe Flondo Sen#n,l: Bulletin, and Gloria's Things I'll talk about;.jt jn Shcuu-Niif & Other Things Talk; You can.contad me:via' e-Congratulations is extended : inail ai czorrisbaWfil.yabOcic:om to the families of Rose Brenda or by calling (863) 513,.4992 1 Henderson and Charles M. hope to: hear GOT UESIIONS? .-.we Have . \ HIUSBOROUGH COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONs Buddy Johnson HQW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE? Call us at (813) 272-5850 or IT'S EASY! Get an application on our website or Visit your public library! -n r 0 ::0 0 )> (/) m z ::::t z m r;m c: r rm -1 z "0 c: m !: % m ,. ,.,. m CJ1 I 0

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r--0 0 N POL_ K COUNTY NEWS . 2007 Hope Award Honorees ...., Ccngratulations is ex t ended the honorees. c a: u.. c a: u.. c z <( c en w :l .... > a: w > w c w en :::i I:D :l c. z i= w ..J ..; :l I:D ..:, W z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. Daughter Lou Alyce Dean, Orlando, is shown with 11-year-old Master DeAndre Holley of Ft. Meade, whose message to the honorees was, "Hold On Because You Don't Know What's Coming." He also told the honorees, who are much older and have set a positive example that, "I See You!" His mother is Ms. Amber Giddens and grandparents are Herbert (Wanda) Whitehurst of Ft. Meade. Brother Turner. and Daughter Laidler present award to Mr. Ernest Joe, III. MISS ERICA WRIGHT MISS LIZA CALDERON MISS FERRAN COLEMAN MISS NEDRA BOTLER We're singing birthday greetings to Miss Nedra Butler, a master cosmetologist, whose special natal day is July 29th. Nedra is a member of Rhema Family Center, Lakeland. Must Have Reliable Transportation \ Able To Work 2 .Days Per Week_ .-Up To $150 Per Week .. For 4 Hours .. Apply @ Florida Sentinel 2207 21st; Ave.

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. POLK COUNTY NEWS 'T1 :.0 iC Young People At The Education Ball Young people journeyed all the way from Valdosta, Georgia to attend the Education Ball, spearheaded by Ms. Teresa West, Chairlady and Trustee Board Temple #217, on June 16, 2006. What a celebration! Ms. Teresa West', Chairlady, Trustee Board Temple proudly displays her Plaque of Appreciation that she received from the Rose Heights Lodge & Temple. She is shown with her family, son, Mr. Akeem and mother, Mrs. E. Tinsley. The family is employed at the Boys & Girls Club of Lakeland. Mama T is the Program Director. A standing ovation was bestowed upon the lovely young ladies, Gifted Rose Heights Harambee Dancers under the Direction of yes, MamaT. Boys & Girls Club Members from Valdosta, Georgia. Secretary Special Award First year President, Janie S. Griffin of the Orange Blossom Cosmetologist's Association, Inc., presented a Secretary Special Award to Dr. Alberta C. Joseph, Secretary, 2007 of the OBCA. Dr. Joseph is a native of Lakeland and is well known in the Cosmetologist Association, Inc. Congrats to you, Dr. Joseph. **********************************' GULFSTAR FUNDING, INC. The Star In Mortgage Banking c.. c 1\) ...... 1\) 0 0 ...... "T1 r 0 :::c c )> GOOD CREDIT CREDIT CHALLENGE 10014 N. DALE MABRY HWY, Ste. 101, Tampa, FL 33618 en * ::! z m (813) 931-0646 Phone (813) 931-4676 Fax Warning! Do Not Refinance Or Get A Home Equity Loan Until You Have Read This FREE Report That Reveals The Mistakes People Make With The1r Fmances And Their Mortgages! Do you have a mort gage you're considering or debts you're thinking about consoli dating? Either way, you MUST read the FREE report called, How To Get Out Of Debt Fast ... And 'Stay Out Forever! This report reveals the about refinancihg and debt consolidation, information that your banker and other lenders have never told1you! 877 Ext. 2oo5:' 24 Hours, ; For A Recorded Message r I tD c r r m -1 z "tJ c: tD !: CJ) :I: m c m < m :::c -< -1 c m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :::c c ,C) To Get A Copy O.f Tne Report ' Boys & Girls club members from Lakeland are shown with Ms. Sharon Anderson, Staff.Membcr. __ r:_1_h_a_t_c_o_u_ld_ _. m ";" (")

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Notice of Public Hear ing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master pursuant to Hillsborough Cou nty Ordinance 92-05, beginn i ng at tl :OO p m August 13, 2007, at thEi Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons w i shing to submit tes timony or other evidence in t his matter must submit same to the Hear ing Master at the public hearing before him/her Tl!e recommendation of the Zon i ng Hearing Master will be filed w ith the Clerk : ithin fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing . The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of H illsborough County shall be restr i cted to the record as defined i n Hillsborough County Ord i nance 9205, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ord i nance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT l. VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Plann i ng and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058 REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 07 0984 PR filed on 4/2/2007 by Tra n s-Continental Marine Repair & Drydock Corp., represented by GrayRobinson P .A. of 201 N Franklin St., #2200 Tampa FL 33602 ph 813-273 75041, requesting a zone change from AI to PD. The property is 8 05 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 34 Township 29 Range 19 or N/S of Hartford St . 350' W/0 54th St. Petition RZ 07 1131-TNC filed on 4/19/07 by J & J Rea l Vent ures One LLC represe n ted by Engelhardt Hammer & Assoc Inc of 3001 N Rocky Point Dr E., #300 Tampa FL 33607 ph 813-282 3855 requesting a zone change f rom CG to PD. The property is 4 .31 acres and is located in all or parts of Sect ion 2 Township 29 Range 17 or SIS of W. Hillsborough Ave W/0 Webb Rd. Peiition RZ 07-1221 RU, filed on 5/2/07 by Estelle Hyde Carter of 1611 E Shell Point Ruskin FL 33570 ph 813 645 9009 requesting a zone change from AR to BP0 T he property is 0 :53 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 9 Township 32 Range 19 or 1611 E Shell Point Rd. Petit ion RZ 07 1325 RV filed on 5/17/07 by Clifford H Laubstein, PE of 10827 Alafia St.. Gibsonton FL 33534, ph 813-4935510 requesting a zone change from AR to PD The property is 25.93 acres and is located i n all or parts of Section 31 Township 30 Range 20 or SIS of Symmes Rd., 50' W/0 Fern Hill Dr Petition .RZ 07-1566-BR, f i led on 6/21/07 by Jascin & Heather Lamoureux, represented by Steven H Allison AICP of P .O. Box 16277 Tampa FL 33687 ph 813 988 9723, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to OR. The property is 0.46 acres and i s located in all or parts of Section 27 Township 29 Range 20 or 601 S Kings Ave Pet i tion RZ 07-1568-EGL, filed on 6/21/07 by Ross O'Bannion Jr represented by Michael Sweeney of 15500 Lightwave Dr., #1 00 Clearwater, FL 33760 ph 727 524 6000 requesting a zone change from AI toM. The property is 1.41 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 20 Township 28 Range 18 or SIS of Linebaugh Ave. 400' W/0 Sugarmill Dr Petition RZ 07-1633-LU filed on 7/6/07 by Brian P Hiatt & Kelly C Santos of 10008 N Dale Mabry Hwy., #117 Tampa FL 33618 ph 813 939-3700 requesting a zone change from ASC 1 to BP0 The property is 0 6 4 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 2 Township 27 Range 18 qr SW of Holly Lane & N Dale Mabry Hwy MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 07-0581 RV, filed on 1/31107 by MTN Boyette Partners LLC, represented by Pressman & Associates Inc. of 28870 U S Hwy 19 N., #300, Clearwater FL 33761, ph 727-726-8683 requesting a 111ajor modification to modify allowable uses, height setback, buffer and access requirements for retail/commercial center. The property is 7.43 acres and is presently zoned __ (88 237) IUs located in all or parts of Section 23 Township 30 Range 20 or N/S ofBoyette Rd. 300' W/0 Bell Shoals Rd. -GET NOTICED PLACE YOUR AD IN THE B USINESS DIRECTORY FOR DETAILS CALL LayORA@ (813) 248-1921 FAX 24/7 TO (813) 248-9218 Or EMAIL ledwards@flsentinel.com Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held oy the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05 beg i nning at 6 : 00 p m., August 14, 2007 at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. ,'Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applicat i ons, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file mainta i ned by the Planning and Growth Management Department the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of Count y Commissioners. All interested persons w i shing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Maste r at the public hearing before him/her The recommendat ion of the Zoning Hearing Master will be f iled with the Clerk with i n fifteen (15) working days after the conclus ion of the public hearing The review of the Zoning Hearing Master s recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 9205, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of'the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Add i tional i nformat ion concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Plann i ng and Growth Management at (813) 276 2058 REZONING REQUESTS Petit ion RZ 061613 -SR, filed on 6 1 22/06 by Foley & Lar dn er, LLP of 1 00 N Tam p a St #2 7 00 Tampa, FL 33602 ph 813 2 2 9 2300 request ing a zone change from AR to PD The property is 1 19 .55 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 29 Tow n ship 31 Range 21 or SIS of C R 672 (Balm Rd. ) 1/4 mile E/0 Dupre e Rd. Petition RZ 07 0471-RU, filed on 113/07 by Laven Hosp i ta l ity LLC, represented by J.D. Alsabbagh of 8370 -W. H illsborough Ave #205, Tampa, FL 33615 ph 813 261-5180 requesting a zone change from AS 1 to PD. The property is 4 67 acres and i s located i n all or parts of Section 10 Township 32 Range 19 or .SW corner of 1-75 and E College Ave (S.R. 674) "T1 r-0 :;o c > en m z ::::! z m r-1 Ill c: r rm ::::! z ""0 c: Ill c en ::I: m c m < m c: m Petition RZ 07-0976-P-R, filed on 3/29/07 by Brandon Ford, represented by Sona Consulting of P O Box 16277, Tampa FL >-< 33687 ph 813-988-9723 request i ng a zone change from PD-C (86 100) to PD The property is 4.57 acres and is located in all or > parts of Section 23 Township 29 Range 19 or W/S of Z S 78th St ., 350' S/0 Lee Roy Selmon Expy C "T1 Petitio n RZ 07 1124 -TNC filed on 4118/07 by Mainsail Development Group LLC represented by Engelhardt Hammer & Assoc ., I nc of 3001 N Rocky Point Dr ., #300, Tampa, FL 33607 ph 813-2 8 2-3855 requesting a zone change from Cl to PD. The property is 2 .01 acres anq is located i n all or parts of Section 6 Township 29 Ran g e 18 or SIS of H illsborough Ave 200' EIO George Rd. Petition RZ 07 1302 TH filed on 5/15107 by Seffner Dev elop ment LLC represenCed by Michael D Horner, AICP of 1450 2 N Dale Mabry H wy ., #200, Tampa, FL 33618 ph 813 962-2395 a zone change f romAR & RSC-4 (MH) to PD The propert y is 37.74 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 27 Tow nsh ip 28 Range 20 orNE corner of C R 579 & Pruett Rd. Petition RZ 07-1473-USF filed on 614/07 by Fortress Development, LLC, represented by Ali Serra of 19046 Bruce B Downs Blvd Tampa FL 33647 ph 813-376 0463 requesting a zone change from CN to CG. The property is 0.44 acres :1; and is located in all or parts of Section 5 Township 28 Range 19 or N/S of Bearss Ave 250 E/0 N 22nd St Petition RZ 07-1562 NWH filed on 6/20/07 by The Giunta Ltd., represented Fowler White, Boggs & Banker, P A of 501 E Kennedy Blvd. #1700, TamR_a Fl 33602, ph 813-222-1179, requesting a zone change from CN to CG. The property is 9 9 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 27 Township 28 Range 17 or sw co rner of Sheldon Rd. & W. Waters Ave. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 07 0973-SS fileg on 3/28/07 by Dan Sack of 4404 56th St. W., Bradenton FL 34210 ph 941-794-6700 requesting a major modification to increase square footage for approved uses, M i ni Warehouse Commerc i al General (CG) and expand M i ni Storage Bui lding The property is 25 35 acres and is presently zoned PO (03-1095). It is located in all or parts of Sect i on 23 24 Township 32 Range 18 orNE corher of U .S. Hwy 41-& Stephens Rd. c

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Section 8 Special 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $650 00/Monthly 813-971-0341 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Block Home No Pets $650 00/Monthly Call (813) 453-5690 1, 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Available Locations All Over Tampa Low Security Deposits CALL 813-600-5090 VIJIIIIIN.REALPROPERTYWORX .COM Dale Mabry Area 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Condo Good Area Section 8 Ready Call Kenny Rushing (813) 227-9240 Progress Village Area 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-Up CHA, Ceiling Fans Tile Floors Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 293-8431 No Money Down Great Areaf Section 8 Accepted 3 + 4 Bedroom Rentals 813-610-3365 Or 813-936-5516 Ext. 210 3706 M. 55th Street House for Rent 2 Bedrooms/f Bath CHA, Fenced Yard $850.00/Monthly +Deposit Call (813) 121-5410 Or(811)584-1288 Progreaa Village 5909 81st Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath $1,130/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Contact Franklin Brooks (813) 231-2974 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home For Rent $975.00/Monthly Call (813) 598-3878 3202 E. 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Home For Rent 2611 East 23rd Avenue 3 Bedroom/2 Bath, CHA Washer/Dryer Included Wood Floors Call (813) 376-.9106 No Calls Sat. Or Sun. Near Jefferson High School CHA, Fenced Yard, W/D Hook-up And More $985 00/Monthly +Deposit 879-5959 : J NewlY, Remodeled 3 Bed r ooms/1 Bath Utility, Carport, Fenced Yard $995 00/Monthly $900.00/Deposit No Section 8 Or Pets Call (813) 569-0842 Sulphur Springs Area 7706 Marks Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath $1 ,000 00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome Contact Darrel (813) 966-1499 West Tampa 1514 W. Nassau (Off Roine Avenue) Remodeled 3/1 Concrete Block CHA $1, 150/Monthly $600/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 980-3 462 House Or Rooms For Rent'3/1 With Den Or 4 Bedroom CHA, Drug Free $950 00/Monthly $950 00/Deposit Rooms $160 00 Weekly Extra Large Room GreSJ, 3_) Seminole Heights Seniors 62+ Now Accepting Applications For : 1 & i -Bedroom Apartments Controlled Access Library And Commun ity Room With Activities Beautiful Landscaped ;community S'peciai' Acc'essib,ility For Hearing and Sight Impaired Well By Public Transpqrtation Income Restricted Leasing Office @ 202 E Broad Street The Oaks at Riverview (813) 231-7700 Oaksatriverview@verizon.net 308 W. Amelia Avenue 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Water & Trash Included $625 00/Monthly First Month Rent + Deposit Call (813) 966-5760 1 & 2 Available University Area Low Security Deposits Call 813-600-5090 IJoNW./. REALPROPERTYWORX COM 8431 N. 39th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Upstairs Apartment Central Heat & Air $650 00/Rent $350.00/ Deposit (813) 299-5669 -Apartment 4005 N. 34th Street #D 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, W/W Carpet Washer Hook-Up $550 00/Monthly Includes Water 813-238-6353 Tampa Heights 2301 N. Jefferson Street 1 Bedroom/1 Bath And Studio Water & Trash Included $565 .00 And $460 00/Monthly First Month Rent + Deposit Call (813) 966 5760 West Tampa 1 Bedroom Effic i ency Apartment Close To Downtown $525 00/Monthly $500 00/0eposit Plus Utilities Call (813) 309-1615 Apartment Bearss & 18th Street , 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA Very Clean No l?ets $650 00/Monthly : Includes W ,S G + Security Deposit (813) 310-3465 River Pines Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY Act! ve independent l i ving for. 55+ quiet pa r k -like setting, shoppi ng social activities riverfront living Effic i e r cies and 1 bedroom apartments starti ng at $360. 00 per month. 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Beach St. 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, W/W Carpet, WDH Central Station Alarm $650.00/Monthly (813) 238-6353 DUPLEX 1504 E. 138th Ave. 3/1, CHA W/D Hook -up $795 00/Month $500/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Ron (813) 920-1085 (813) 690-6664 Grant Park 3416 North 55th Street 2 Bedroo,r:n/1 Bath Duplex $ 500. 00/Deposit Call (813) 359-7528 Or (813) 627-0482 USF Area Duplex 1 Bed roorn/1 Bath New )"ile & PaiAt t.: I ,Ji Appliance s $600 00/Mon thly + Security Deposit Section 8 Ok (813) 263-6460 Section 8 2 Bedroom Duplex $750 00/Monthly +Deposit Calll813) 980-1229 Duplex -2 Each 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WDH, Large Backyard Close To Busline Section 8 Only (813) 932-4351 Duplex-Busch Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up Refurbished Kitchen Section 8 Welcome Great DeaL Call (813) 261-7538 Or (813) 503-0493 6213-A N. 47th Street Tampa, FL 33610 2 Bedrooms, CHA $500 00/Deposit $795 00/Rent Section 8 Welcome (813) 626-0331 2nd Flo9f Duplex Off Linebaugh 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $675 00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Tenant Pays Ut i lit ies Call Roy (813) 494-0629 (813) 417-9549 Duplexes 8603 And 8605 N. 15th St. 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath New Paint/T i le 3 Units Ava i lable Now $1,200 Moves You In! 10001 N. 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No Job Too Big Or Small Including Furniture Removal Call (813) 285-4674 lw' :''D '1'f1 +JI I Will Buy Your House Fast Cash, Any Condition Call Brenda (813) 238-8833 Real Estate Investors Buy Homes From Sellers In Financial Trouble We Help With Financing Too! (813) Irvin Sage Properties Group, LLC Need to Sell Your House? Cash Deals in 3 Days! www.sellpromptly.com Call Floyd 813-727-6728 The Moment You Don't Want It We Do! Any House Any Situation Any Condition (813) 965-5413 -Irvin DON'T LET THOSE. OTHER GUYS STEAL YOUR HOUSE! Cash In 3 Days For Your House See Our Full Page Ad In The Florida Sentinel. www.rehabberssuperstore.com (813) 227-9240 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN T;_HE VOICE OF OUR ,COMMUNITY' FOR OVER 62 YEARS PUBLICATION DEADLINES TUESDA'( EDITION -FRIDAY@ 3:00P.M. 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