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Celebrating 62 Years In The a Bay Area other Charged After Baby Left At Arcade SEE STORY ON PAGE 23 Car Accident Sends Family To Hospital SEE PAGE 3 Central Pari( Village Demolition Begins SEE PAGE 7 I .Project LINK Hosts aack To School. Fair SEE PAGE 3 llan ___ Shot In -Of Home SEE PAGE 23 HOST FAMILY FOR BAPTIST MUSICAL CELEBRATION The First Family of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church hosted the musical program for the \ Progressive M&E Baptist State which was held July 16 20th. Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, Rev T. D. Leonard, Pastor, wa s the headqu arters for most activities. Rev Dr. Bartholomew Banks .is President of the State Convention He is shown with his wife, Mrs. Vanessa Bank s daughte"r, 'and son, Bartholomew, Jr. (Photograph by Julia Jackson)

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,.... 0 0 C\1 FEATUR .ES Annual 'Taste Of Nuccio Family Fun Fest' Planned DEPU1YTANGELIA .JACKSON On Saturday, members of the community will gather to participate in the Annual "Taste Of Nuccio Family Fun Fest." The event will be held at the Nuccio Community Park, 4805 E. Sligh Avenue, from 10 a:m. until 2 p.m. Residents of the will enjoy food drinks, live music, a 'standup comedian, and much more. Events planned for the children will ship between members of the community and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office along with Hillsborough County's Parks and Recreation Depactment. "We are inviting the commu nity to come out and make this event a family affair. We hope that everyone will take advan tage of this opportunity to have their youngsters fin gerprinted and photographed as a safety pre ca ution The parents will keep the fin gerprint card and in the event their child is reported missing, this information will be vital in helping to locate the child and hopefully bring about a positive closure to the case." This event is be i ng sponso r ed by the Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department in conjunction with the Nuccio Community Task Force include fingerprinting, face c painting, Shreik, and Sponge Bob, as well as inflatable For additional information contact Officer LaTonja Watson at (813} 635-8257; or Ms. Josie Bagley at (813) 744-5517. c z ct c C/) w :::;, t> a: w > w c w :::1: C/) :::l m :::;, a. z tu ...1 ...1 :::;, m I ...1 w z i= z w C/) ct c 0 ...1 games. Hillsborough County Sheriff's Deputy Tangelia Jackson said, "The purpose of the event is to build a positive relation-Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (81.3) 248-1.921. or by e-mail at iris_@jlsentinel.com. [AttorrleY Eric CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 (813) 259-4444 '" . -. Former Ass t. A tto r n e y General for F lorid a '""' .J!ormer Hillsborough County Prosecutor The-hiring o f a lawyer is an that should not be based sole ly upon advertisements Before you decicde, ask uo; to sen d you free written informatio n about ... : our.qualifieati ons and experience. WARREN DAWSON, . -221,:" 1467 Tampa Park Plaza Nebrc:iska Av e & Scott St. ... ,. ' -. . Tho Hlrloo 0111 tawver I s An Important Decision Tha t Should Hot Be Based Solely Upon Advarusuments. Bulore D cciBa. The L awver To Send You freolnlurmatlonAbuutThelr QuallllcauonsAnd EIPBrlente. S.W.E.E.P. Cleanup Planned For East. Tampa Neighborhoods During the month of August vices, formerly under the and September, the City of N.E.A.T. Program. The program Tampa will hold neighborhood was renamed the S.W.E.E P cleanups on consecutive Program and will continue bulk Saturdays. In November 2005, tra s h items and debris removal theCityofTampaDepartmentof thr o u gh the S.W E E.P for Solid W a ste assumed the w eekClea n e r Neighborhoo d s in itia end neighborhood cleanup sertive. "Carin2 for Our future" ePting APPlications Two Locations 816 E. Genesee Street & 2708 N. Central Avenue i+ Just Minutes From Downtown t'f' r813J 231-2059 or r813J 225-1264 UPK Proeram (free for 4-Year-olds who are 4 on or before SePtember I st of the school Year J. o Do YOU wish for a DaYcare that has a Iovine and carine environment? o Do YOU wish for a DaYcare that focuses on hieher leamine for Your child? 0 Do YOU wish for teachers that are readY to teach love and nurture YOUr child? We lnvite You To Come And Uisit Our Center ServiM Children 0.12 Years Old CTA 431616 Residents are asked to hav e items to be picked up placed a t the curbside no later than 7:30 a.m., on the morning of the scheduled pick up. Items may also be placed curbs ide 8-da ys prior tQ a clea nup Offic i a l s have a list o f it e ms that will be picked up as well as a list of th i ngs that are not accep t able. For additional information c o nta ct the Solid Was te Office at (813) Loss Of466 County Jobs Saddens Administrator It wa s with a h eavy heart that Hillsbo r o ugh C ounty Administrator Pat Bean talked about more than 400 job cuts l ooming on the horizon. H o wever, she said she s a w no other w a y to compl y wi t h the m!lllldat e t o reduce her budget. "I'v e b een h e r e f o r 3 0 year s and I couldn't come up with any other way. It's r eally painf ul for me to do this. I've known a lot of these people and t hey're like family. B u t thi s is the fairest way I know," M s Bean said. Ms. Bean said she h a s pre sented her r ecommendations to eliminate a seri e s o f positions and other a c t ions to reduce the budget to the Hillsboro ugh C ounty Board of Commissioners. If it is approved, employees will be n o tified by the end of the fisca l We Educate The Wh 1 C h"ld year. Those wh o w i ll be dis-0 e 1 placed will have a t least a two-A t week notice She said employees would ,MT. PLEASANT. not rece i ve a severance pack age beca.u s e county polic y does not allow it. However emp loy -MIDDLE SCHOO. L ees will be compensate d f o r annual leave time and some employees on tl1e payroll 1706 Spruce St. (813) 253-0053 sated for that time. 01'1'e_r: Ms. Bean further state d whil e not all of the posi tions are filled, she has been A Nutritional And Caring Environment communicating with her Certified Teachers employee s through letters since the issue of reducing the Athletic Program budget began Ms. Bean will administer Group A nd Individu a l Readin g the job cuts using the cocinty s Math Orie nted Curriculum r eduction in force policy, a polic y that has not been used Hot M ea l s in several yea rs. C-ounty policy also dictates that the cuts will : Spanish be made based on seniority, Educ a t i on a l F ield trips actio ns, and evalu ations. Tra nsport ati on W e are going to try to find places insid e for thos e who are Public Charter School qualified. B u t for the others, Ab I t 1 FREET t we are going to bring in SO U e Y Ul IOn Hillsborough Community College and Workforce to help with the other e mployees For those who have be e n l ong tim e employees, w e are g oing to h elp with resumes, referrals, and we're doing everything we can to give as much support as possible. to the employees," Ms. Bean state d. Reporte r Iris B. Holton can b e contacted.at (813) 248-1921 or fJy e-mail at iris@flsentinel.com.

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FEATURES c: m (/) c \ CDC Uses Citigroup Grant To Hire College Summer Student Mother, 2 Children f Hospitalized After Accident An accident Sunday evening at Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and 50th Street sent a woman and two of her children to a local hospital. . Tampa Police said Jason Robusky, 22, was driving south on 50th Street when he ran the red light and hit a vehicle traveling east on MLK, causing it to flip on its side. The vehicle Robusky hit was ddven by Mae Ola Sims, J7, and contained 3 children, Jahnna Lucas, 3, Romeka Griffin, 5, and Dante Black, 13. From left to right: Ernest Coney, Jr. Tyrone Keys, Jr. and CDC Director, Toni watts. said the impact caused Lucas and Griffin to be ejected from the vehicle. Sims, Lucas and Griffin were hospitalized with what officials are saying were nonlife threatening injuries. Black pulled Lucas and CDC ofTampa, Incorporat-Tampa that purchased ed received $5,000 grant homes that CDC built. from Citigroup to hire a col-Provided data entry and cus lege student for the summer. tomer service for their Griffin to safety after the accident and was not injured. Tyrone Keys, Jr. worked Career Resource Cepter, and with Ernest Coney, Jr., acted as mentor to some of Chief Operations Office.r, as -the CDC's youth.'. Police charged Robusky with a red light violation. The accident is still under inv estigation. an. intern to gain experience Currently, Keys is a stuin community and economic dent attending North development. Car_<;>lina State University. Keys,. whose father is founder of -All Sports Community Services, developed a database for First Time Homebuyers Educatiop and Counseling Program. Conducted satisfaction surveys of home ones in East Project LINK Hosts Back To School Fair 2007" On Saturday, August 11th from 9 a.m . until 3 p.m., Project LINK will host Back To S<:hool Fair. the campus of Howard W Blake High School, 170i North Boulevard. .. The free community will feature free immunizations an' d phys8icals, free school supplies," and princi-. pals from District One will be present to answer questions for parents and dis. tribute upcoming school year information. For the kids, there will be a s 'peciai appearance by "Bogie Bear-.,. :. .This is a family event, so please bnng the entire family for fun, food and enter tainment . . For 'more information, call (813) 276-5671. Also, ents are asked to preregi5 7 ter their children for immunizations and physicals by .calling 870-4747. 1111! (io.l'pel .-\Jirach'ftes Bm \/itch eft Wanda Si.1 Catherine (iiJrdtm SiJ .-lngelu 17wmltm .\'L'IV Greater Choir lnd ;\/any More .. : Sis. Sandra Contact Number 813-368-7924 Rc,. Madison Mu Pastor Warning! Do Not Refinance Or Get A Home Equity Loan Until You Have Read This FREE Report That .'Reveals The Biggest Mistakes People Make With Their Finances And Their Mortgages! -Do you have a mortgage you're considering refinancing, or debts you're thinking about consolidating? Either way, you MUST read the FREE rep ort called, How To Get Out _Of Debt Fast .. And Stay 04t Forever! This report reveals the truth about refinancing and debt consolidation, information that your banker a:nd other lenders have never told you! -Call 1877-823-4512, Ext. 2005 24 Hours, For A FREE Recorded Message. }o Get A Copy Of The Report That Could Save You Thousands! JASON ROBUSKY MAE OlA SIMS ... charged with red light vio-... she and two of her children lation in accident. were injured in accident. This the of an accident that seht 3 people to the hospital Sunday evening. HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED IN A Were YOu Hurtt Need A Good Doctor And Who Will Property Document Your CaseY Need Your Car Fixecll NHd A Ride To The Doctorl Friendly and Courteous Staff Members If You Answered YES To Any Of Questions, Then You Need To Call Me Now-' . ."Having In Several 1 Know Just What To Do To Get The Vou"ll -Before You Sian Up With Anyone Else, Cll M .. My Swvlcu Are FREE And CM Help Kp You From Mulna A Cosily ; Must be 21 Years of eae, have e credit card & e velld driver's license, while we do your work: Minimum $1,500.00 Estimate. Provided Bys CLASSIC PAINT G-BODY "T1 r-0 :::D (/) m r;m c: r rm ::1-z "tl c tD r-c;; :I: m c m < m 3! -t c: m (/) C l> z c "T1 :::D 6

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,..... 0 0 C'll EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (\') (USPS 202) 2207 21st A\lenue Tanl)a Florida 33605 (813) 248 >; Every Tuesday and friday By' _. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. : Member ol Nalional Newspap e r Publishers Association (NNPA) -:t and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New Vor1t. 0 1990 -94 CP T i melnlem&lional Q POSTMASTER: Send Addr ... Change To: Congress Encouraged Criminal Justice In Cold Case Law en W Periodical Pollio go Pllld Al T 11n11. FL :::) .... >il( C .a: LL c z <( c en w .. :::) .... > :-lfi > w Q w ::1: en Ill :::) . a. z .. tu ...J .;.J ..-:::) ,.Ill ...:. w a: g LL ,i'; w.w.-111-1es1 111111 C Blythe And.-s 11101-1m (11N5) Founden C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR .. CHAIRMAN 9. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER OWEN HAYES EDITOR BETTY DAWKIHB, ADVERTIS1NO DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE. CIICUL.ATION DIRECTOR Subscriplions-s. oo-Per Year Bolli Editions : $87.0G-Per Year One Edtion. O!**>no up.-an adltorlal-ollhlo .. a-t -'a, donot-..tly Alllecllheodllollll.-ol The-_,.. Bullol!n ..-!he PtA>Iohor. r ;. ; Put Respect_ln Your ,child's Backpacks! .-' : i flurry of "Back to School'' activities are begin ; ning to take place. Many ocial service organizations. and even law enforcement agencies have teamed up to make sure as many needy children as possible have free backpacks and school supplies at the beginning of the school year. Parents are busy buying school clothes and expensive sneakers for their children. Looking forward to sending 'their children off to school :clean and wearing the best apparel money can. is admirable. However, parents are urged to prepare their children with school supplies money can't buy. We urge parents to place a heavy dose of RESPECT in each child's backpack for themselves, each other arid school teachers and.all school person-nel. . passed since the murders December 31, 1969, and '''''"''"'-----by the House of and the age ofpotential wit-resulted in a death. These ntatives was nesses; and (2) provide all funds shall be allocated by crystal clear: "To provide for the resources necessary to the Attorney General tothe the investigation of certain ensure timely and thorough Civil Rights crimes, and for cases Civil Rights other purposes. Be it enacted involved. .. -! :i : ,,: by the Senate and of.. ,, ,-_-qf.the Civil Representatives of. the ;,.. would no : monies of Federal united States of in, to be raised by the States to of Investigation in Congress assembled finance these cold The order to the purpos-This Act may be cited as bill is clear: There are autho-es set forth in this act. the "Emmett Till Unsolved rized to be appropriated, in Civil Rights Act of 2007." It addition to any other is the sense of Congress that amounts otherwise au tho-. all authorities with jurisdicrized to be appropriated for -tion, including the Federal this purpose, to the Attorn;ly Bureau of Investigation and General $10,000,000 for each other entities within the of the fiscal years: 2008 Department of Justice, through 2017 for the purpose should ( 1) expeditiously of investigating and prose. investigate unsolved civil cuting violations of criminal rights murders, due to the civil rights statues .that amount of time that has occurred not later than . In addition to any amounts authorized to be appropriat ed .title XI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U S C. 2000h .et. seq.), there are authorized to be appropriated to the Community Relations Service of the Department or-Justice $1,500,000 for fiscal. year 2008 and subsequent fiscal year. Our children's behaVior .classrooms should not disrupt other children from learning or tea-chers frOm _., teaching. -Children who walk to and from scnool '.I f II C I I P k v -shouldberemindedtoavoidarguingandfightingasa . arewe en ra ar 1 .. age .. way to settle L-...;_ ___________________ ________ ..;__ _____ ....1 NUJllerons residents.have complained about.the.loud,, Today, the. wrecking many development projects who experienced its early boisterous behavior, cursing and fighting that takes the task of demohshgoing on downtown, every-. history will alwaysJmow the. place. among children walking to from school., :ting a 53-year-old public one kn.;'w sooner or later it truth. through their neighborhoods. Put. :ANGER MANAGE-i .housing complex that stood move and claim -Central Park changed MENT.in your children's backpacks. . . as perhaps one of.Tampa's Central Park Villag e. during the late 1970s, and it we have seen to oidest Black historical land-.' 1 No one should feel sad was n:o as the side'qf the road because of bad behavior by stu-xruirks. 0:: :. about' the complex .. tfie prlde Qf.Blackfamilies. It dents r:ic;l.ing the_bus, wh,icli makes:it u,nsafe for bus. Central Park Village was demolished . Instead,-feel becam e ail embattled area of drivers. to CQ .. tinue their routes. Consequently, we the home of many of today's proud that' you are a part of : Ybuhg people, and the remind parents to make' sure their children under-successful its history. . ings began to fall apart, stand that riding a school bus is a privilege .not a administr.ators, doctors, .. ' It's difficuJt to separate showing their age .and lack of riglit tl!at children lQse privilege .when their attorney's and other profes-, -Park; Village from proper mlli .nte .. jtance . endangers other-children. . . . ,.. . So, we urge an to have a talk with your.chil-sionals. It was the launching Central-Avenue and-the Just ,as. residents of d.ren abOut RESPECT and couan=svtor the upcom-pad for that have it has. o ne only :: Qentrai' p &rk had to ing school year. Reminders .shoulcl oDly be includ-Black-owned busi-talk t:o fomier residents who ,. goodl)ye to The. Scrubbs to eel' with every backpack, but tliey shoUld be enforced that still. are will you about, make _way r :the comple x, the school Parents, grandparents, today J>E;Ople}ikt: t9 goodbye.; .. ':. .. .. Bulletm Isone). . Bobl) 'to:eentralPB:rktOtriake'way ... But everything ;:fi .':.:t .\.. : t p ; h.-...... f : t . D .... . Ofille nex asc o rans.1-eat . e n a ty: .... ><' ; .!:: \/ : -.._, N e e ds:'Q-... V . e--rha ul 1 .. _:_... . :, for more mOdem and upscale eentrai'Avcmue; : :; ..:. ts.-bull t the. . I ' . : .;:.: _. P.U:k' wili . . '... ' .. of its \barbershop. bat:ter now, and YQU < opposecl-.the cur. imity to no one. you tJet a lot"of the . sto-. : :always _ . _in the really expected the complex ries will be sensationalized : Par:k Village iind its to last -this long. With 'so .. and But those cal first 25 x Ang,l_ .the planned execution of a row ' Judge Angle questioned the experi' ence and competence of executioners hired by the tions a and dignified If it ap:Pears execu-. .state of Fl9rida based on the excessive time (34 min--tion deaths should take no longer than 15 minutes, if anybody's utes) it tOokfor convicted murderer, Angei'Diaz to die _However, we' a:re concerned about the death penalty as'applied not only in last December during his state-sanctioned execution. Florida; but as it is pr.esented across the natiQn.as well. Black inmates are dispro-prompted a moratorium on sent;enced to death in _the American justice system for in was lifted in .mid-July by Gov . same crimes non-whites receive sentencing. . . qharlie C$.t. Apparently, still lingers about Yes; we concerned that ;n beings, including crinilnals, should die with of state executioners to mix the lethal dignity and without unnecessary pain or torture. However, we are equally conchennca. for quick deaths in Florida's gas chambers. cerned about Blacks dying in higher rates due tc; racism within the justice system. a of fact, even D .epartment of Corrections Therefore,' we are convinced the death penalty should halted until these issues officials. have cited their desire to carry. out execu-are resolved. ' -.. ,:

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. COLUMNS The Sole-Man . ... THE PARTY! hey had a great big down with Fort ... party, down at the Hesterly Armory, that is : Centro-Espanol de soon to become a hotel, in West Tampa building, the spite of community density. other night! Was I there?! But we're told the best You bet! I never in my life received remark was made saw such a sight. All the by Eric Holland, the owner folks from four plantations of the quite successful busi were invited and they came ness called E.V.E.'s ooo of them, i They Catering. Mr. Holland said come-trooping thick as chilhe'd like to turn old Centro dren when they hearir a .fife Espanol into a culinary and .: drum! Everybody school where ex-conviCts all dressed their finest ... Hush could go. He said he'd make your mouth and get away! his student chefs ready to In truth, we haven't' seen work at the best cafes. And such fancy dressing, since we're told the people stood last quarterly meeting day! and clapped and they all Folks a11 dressed in silks and yelled, "HIP HOORAY!" satins ... every blessed seam My, but certain folks were and stitch. jealous! It seemed to stick Who was there? Now, who them like a thorn, when are you asking? How would Maura Barrios stood to you expect that I should speak. But they tried not to know? Indeed, you must let on. She said, "We need a have thought I counted movie house and since we everybody at the door! see there is a stage, at the Jeannette Fenton, manCentro Espanol, I think that ager of Drew Park and West just would be the rage!" Tampa Redevelopment was (Yeah! BOOO!) there. She told folks who Butthe people who attendwere interested !hat the ed said for t}le most part, building needs repairs. Close they were pleased, and were to $375,000, if they had that given a tour of a building much to spare. That would once owned Urban_ include, said;sHe, _$136,000 League. And people begged for annual operating expens-the City would it please not es. And she said, "We've got be so mad if they were not to have a plan able to make a sizeable bid, before the new year com-and that the City wouldn't mences!" Ms. Fenton also say, "Too Bad!" told the folks, "Because of But you simply should budget cuts, don't look to the have been there. For, everyCity to bail you out .. '.no "if,." no "ands," nor "buts!" Mark Huey, Tampa's Economic Development Administrator took his stand, and said, "All sugges tions would be processed. So, don't end up in the red!" He reminded folks of what went thing was rich and prime. And even though nobody got up enough nerve or spirit to ask about rebuilding a new and sorely needed TampaHillsborough County Urban. we just had one scrumptious time! j'The Voice of Our Communiry Speaking for Itself' (813) 248 Another View By Randolph Kinsey The Governor Should Change FCAT Use c m (/) c c.. c !:( w ...... N 0 0 ducators all across the land feel that there should be some teachers and administrators the way it is currently used. We can then assess how """ tool to measure the educational achievement of our students. This tool should measure student achievement in every school, whether it be public, public cl)arter or a private school. Educators believe that the FCAT 'as currently used is not the key. The only real good thing that cap be said of the FCAT is that it made a lot of money for former governor Jeb Bush's younger brother, Noel Bush. Don't misunderstand this writer. The FCAT is a wonderful instrument. It is just not being used correctly. Not only does the FCA T evaluate students and determines whether or not they should be promoted, they evaluate teachers and schools. Even that isn't all bad. But the FCAT puts the fear of God into students, The pressure is so great on schools, teachers and students to pass the FCAT until many schools start the FCAT from day one. Students pass the FCAT, but they come up short on mastering the subject matter that tliey are supposed to learn in classes during the school year. Governor Charlie Crist, educators, parents and students are crying out to you for some relief from the FCAT. You have the opportunity to make some changes. Don't change the test; just change the way it is used . Use the FCAT as an assessment of students' edu cational strengths and weak nesses, then allow schools to address those areas. The FCAT can be administered twice a year. It can be done at the beginning of the year and at the end. much progress was made. In cases where adequate progress was not made, schools can devise plans with the help of the State Department of Education to ensure progress. There are sO" niany educators who believe that a change iri.the FQAT usage will lead tQ .bett,er-educated children. Children will take that test with the same urgency to pass it, but less pressure to pass it. I urge Governor Christ and I urge others to join me in changing the way the FCAT test is used. Since we are not asking. to do away with the test, Noel Bu _sh will continue to make money on the test. Governor Crist has billed himself as -the .people's gover nor. Well Governor, the people are asking you to do some different things with the FCAT. The time is now. 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PICTURES FROM THE PAST ....... "" .-"> .. .. -,_ .. ;: .. During Annie Mae Kinard and Anna Williams were in attendance. :.: .. :"l At the Tampa Cosmetologists Fashion Affair were Andre Green and Warren Wilson. -At a pre-tournament get together at Rogers Park were: Ira Robusky, Carol Winston, Goosby Jones, Louvilla Roberts, Hazel Myles and Jack Kunkle. . Attending a crhoir anniversary celebration at New Philadelphia M. B. Church Were: Rose M. Brinson, LeOla McRae, Lavota Washington, Viola White, Madelyn Shumate, Mary W. Holley, Annie Watkins, Camilla Lockett, Aserlean Waltower, Clara Walker .and Linda Shumate, Rev. James Marion, Pa$tor:, jn. the rear. .. ...,.., ... 4., .. --- ... .--J. .. '- ., -.,.. -;.-'"' ,. ... J lo o I 1., '"' - .., : -1 c m en 0 }< c.. c r< c..> .... 'T1 r-0 ll g en m z -1 z m r;m c: r r-z c: aJ r-.cn l: m c m < m ll -< -1 c: m en c l< )> z c 'T1 ll -c C) m cii

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,.... 0 0 N ----LOCAL ,.... (") 'Bing House' To Reopen As Historic-Museum :::> .., >" < c BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter ffl Ir. 1920, Janie Bing and :::> her husband, Elijah, opened a 1-two-story structure at 205 West Allen Street in Plant City as a rooming house. Te couple built the house with the intent of using it to raise their children in. It also had a restaurant attached to it. Ms. Bing wanted to provide a place for Black people to live during an era of segregation and discrimination. The building served as a boarding house until 1970 when it was deeded to descendants of Ms. Bing. In the 1980s, the family deeded the building to her grandson, Jimmy Washington, so he could have a place to live. The building deteriorated over the years, and was not suitable to live in. Ms. Bing passed away August 16; 1984. According to William 0 Thomas, Jr., Public Relations a: u.. Director for the Improvement expectations." League of Plant City, originally The house was deeded over there were no plans to renovate to the Improvement League in the house. 1999 when Mr. Washington "But the house is historical, came to their office, asking if and Plant City officials felt it they could restore the building should be restored instead of and turn it into a museum demolished." "The museum will contain Two years ago, efforts began memorabilia from 1920 when it to raise funds to restore the first opened as well as historic building, with a goal of do .cuments and other items $4oo,ooo set. At that time, res-from that era," said Mr. idents of Plant city were asked Thomas. to each contribute $1.oo "Itwillalsoincludeinforma toward restoration of the buildtion about the Beasville coming. munity." With those efforts and Ms. Bing's granddaughter, grants from the City of Plant Janell Johnson, said she city and corporate sponsors, thought restoring the house Outback Steakhouse, TECO, was an excellent idea. Bright House, and Zeno Office . "I was partially raised in the Solutions, it was projected that house. It provided a place for the building would open as a teachers, members of the museum by next summer. church community to meet, According to Thomas, the and just gave Black people a fundraising efforts have been place to live during a time when so successful plans are now to doors were being slammed in open the building by theirfaces." Christmas. Ms. Johnson said she'll "So far, $385,000 has been always remember the family raised. This far exceeded our gathering at the house during This is a photo of the Bing House after it was restored Inset ... The Bing House after it fell on hard times and began to fall apart. the holidays. stantly looks out her back door "What I11 miss most about and thinks of her days in the my grandmother is her wisdom house. and teaching us the importance There are three _living of being kind to one another. descendants of Ms. Bing still She instilled in all of us strong in the area; Mr. Washington, religious values and always Ms. Johnson and Wayne believed in putting GOd first." Green are her grandchildren, Ms. Johnson lives at the and very excited about the rear of the building, and conject. Q z c( Organization Sponsor. Event To Shovvcase Area Youths Q 0 w BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer a growing number of unsolved murders that have occurred in Tampa. 'What do Michael Watkins, On Saturday, July 21st, toward each other and display their talents at the same time. Kortney .Smiley, Byron Advocates For Safer w Ha,-ris, Leroy Chestnut, Communities, Incorporated Gj Laquetta White, Warren hosted an event called Mitchell, Cedric "Celebrate Our Youth." "It was also an opportunity for myself and other grieving par ents who appeal to everyone to help us find the people who killed our children." Tampa Police Cold Case Detective Eric Houston spoke to everyone about the violence going on and what he thinks can 0 ,.. w CJ f Isaiah Brooks, and Marcus The extravaganza, orgaJohnson have in common? njzed by Darla Saunders, They are all young people who founder of AFSC, was an oppor were murdered in the prime of tunity for young people in the their lives. They are also part .of area to gather and show love .. be done to stop it. "He suggested a community--www. gouttrial.com . CNS Comprehensive NeuroScience Margarita Nunez, M.D. 1 9887 4th Street North, Suite 200 St. Petersburg, Florida 33702 . 727 4 based program be set up to give young people an outlet and help turn their lives around," said Ms. Saunders "He also said he'd be available at future functions to talk to anyone who could help him with the unsolved murders that have occurred." The program featured a prayer by Rev. Eli Chisom, and a song by local artist, Audrea Cook. -Also performing were Skinny Pimp, the Mini Soldiers, Daddy's Girls and S.O.U.L. All of the local artists donated their services to the event free of charge. Sponsors for the event were Publix Supermarkets, Wal-Mart (Seffner), 95.7FM The Beat, Shane Shane of 88.5FM, Penny Saver Newspaper, the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, Boys and Girls Clubs, and family and friends.-S.O.U.L. Of A Perfonningwere Daddy's Unique Legacy) performs at Girls, Symone' and the event. Jamillah.

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Also named were historian John Hope Franklin and Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. The museum, on the site where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, will hand out the awards Get. 23. It said it was honoring Johnson for his work since. leaving the NBA on promoting economic development, MAGIC JOHNSON improved health care and educational opportunities in low-income urban neighbor-. hoods and other "undersel'Ved communities." "This day shouldn't be all about us," Ripken said. "Today is about celebrating the best that baseball has been and the best it can be. This is a symbol it's alive, popular." Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken Jr. show off the Hall of Fame plaques at Sunday's induction. could trust us and how we played the game, especially in this era of negativity," he said. "I don't think there's any question about that." spiracy ch.arges in a plea "Whether you like it or not, as big leaguers, we are role models," he said. "The only question is, will it be positjve or will it be negative?" Gwynn offered the. same sentiment. "I think the fans felt comfortable enough in us, they "When you sign your name on the dotted line, it's more than just playing the game of baseball," he said. "You've got to be responsible and make decisions and show people how things are supposed to be done." agreement with prosecutors. Tony Taylor, 34, who will be sentenced Dec. 14, said he was not promised any speCif ic sentence in return for his cooperation with the government. Now Thurs. -Sat. All Your Seafood Delights, Marvin Has Just What You Need. Fresh & sniokedMullet Trout sn apper Shrimp Sheap Head Live Blue Crabs STO pPaying Other People' Mortgag"' Sl&rl .. rown Taylor faces a maximum of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine, but likely will get less under federal sentencing guidelines. The guideline range will be deter mined by court officials, and l)".S. District Judge Henry E. 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-t c m CJ) ---------. ENTERTAINMENT . -. Eddie Murphy-And Tracey Edmonds Engaged The rumors have been floating around and now it's been confirmed. Eddie Murphy and Tracey Edmonds have become engaged. "Tracey and Eddie were engaged last Wednesday," according to 'Edmonds' per sonal assistant. OK magazine first reported the engagement, when the couple was spotted a.t the July 23 premiere of "Who's You.r Caddy," which is from Tracey's (and Bob Johnson's) Our Stories Films. She also was wearing a diamond sparkler on her left ring finger, pn mpting questions about whether it was an engagement ring. The engagement comes on the heels of Murphy's paternity case with Melanie 'Mel EDDIE MURPHY AND TRACEY EDMONDS B' Brown, who gave birth to his daughter, Angel Iris, in April. Meanwhile, Edmonds's divorce from Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds was finalized in June. Shakur-Estate Moves Against Songs' Sale LOS ANGELES --Tupac Shakur's mother is seeking to prevent his former la,bel, Death Row -Records Inc.;' from selling the late rapper's unreleased recordings as part of a bankruptcy settlement. Afeni Shakur sought an injunction in federal bankruptcy court Friday claiming Death Row was attempting to sell Shakur material that' belonged to the rapper's estate. u nrelease.d r'ecordings sh<:mld have been turned over to the estate as part of a 1997 agreement with the record label, said attorney Donald N. David, who represents the estate. But duting Death Row's Support Florida Sentinel Advertisers TUPAC SHAKUR bankruptcy proceedings, "it was revealed that an album's-worth of unreleased Tupac material was being advertised to potential ers as the jewel iii -the crown of. the Death Row assets," David said. Afeni Shaku.r and the company she established, Amur Entertainment, requested an injunction after the label failed to confirm the songs would not be included in the bankruptcy settlement, David said. Whoopi .Joins 'The View' "The View" will be a lot more well rounded next season with the expected hiring of Whoopi Goldberg and Sherri Shepherd as permanent co-hosts of the ABC morriing show. Both ?Ctresses have been filling in regularly on the series, which nears the end of a turbulent season that began with the firing of Star Jones Reynolds in June of 2006 and .died down with the _sudden departure of Meredith Viera's replacement, Rosie O'Donnell, last May. Shemar Moore Gets Probation LOS ANGELES, CA -Actor Shemar Moore (Young And The Restless, The Brothers, and Criminal Minds) was sentenced to probation and community service after pleading no contest in an alcohol-related speeding case. The 37-year-old star of the CBS series "Criminal Minds" was arrested June 1 after being stopped by the California Highway Patrol driving faster than 65 qlph on a city street, officials He was charged June 22 with. driving under the influ ence and driving with a bloodalcohol level of .08 percent or above, cit,y attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan said. As part of a plea deal, Moore pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of exhibition of speed, and the DUI charges were dropped, Mateljan said. Usher's On Again Off Again Wedding, Is Off Again The on-again, off-again wedding plans for Usher and his former stylist, Tameka-'Foster is off-again according to sources. The says that Usher's mom and former manager, Jonetta Patton, was one of several forces leading to the cancellation of his planned trip down the aisle with fiancee Tameka Foster People reports: "Usher's mother [whom he fired as his manager in May] is against the wedding. That is one of the main obstacles." "They only decided two weeks ago to have a They wanted to have it take place before the baby bump started showing." The source also said the couple "had a lot of differences about the details. For example, the bride wanted barbeque, [and] he wanted to have [renowned chef1 Jean Georges cook." As previously reported, Usher ca_ncelled the wedding hours before the ceremony was to begin at the Southampton, N.Y. estate of record exec L.A. Reid. Some USHER And Fiancee, TAMEKA FOSTER? 70 to 100 guests -including celeb couples Beyonce and Jay Z, Ashanti and Nelly, and-Janet Jackson and Jermaine Dupri-were left hanging by the sudden announcement. Usher's godfather, actor Ben Vereen, and his mom were both left off the wedding list. While the source said the couple's wedding cancellation may not be permanent, Usher's r ep would not comment in her statement Saturday if the two were still engaged or even a couple. Nicole Richie 4 Days In dail. 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I a. s s -1 ... f e ,-.-i s-..... } . 1t1 . n . . . -... -t c: m en c c.. c: HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ABANDONED VEHICLES LEFT AT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Notice is hereby given that property abandoned at Tampa International Airport will be sold by public outcry as provided by law on Saturday, August 11, 2007 at 9:00 A.M. if not claimed by the rightful owner thereof. Such public auction will be held at the Tampa Machinery Auction, Inc., located at 11720 US Highway 301 North, Florida. THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL BE offered for sale by competitive bidding AT THE TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC., and will be sold to the highest bidder: DATE IMP# YEAR MAKE VIN# ABANDONED 46063 1996 Plymouth Voyager 1 P4GP44R7TB 196534 1212912006 46065 1987 Kawasaki Jetski KAW29751 G787 1212912006 46070 1989 Chrysler New Yorker 1C3BC4637KD550062 1112312006 46076 1990 Jeep Cherokee 1J4FJ58L4LL217101 0112512007 46080 1988 Toyota Corolla JT2AE93E3J3130039 12/1112006 46087 1991 Ford Aerostar 1 FMCA 11 U9MZA92191 12/1312006 47334 1991 Ford Escort 1 FAPP10J2MW163198 0312212007 47338 1992 Ford Explorer 1 FMDU32X3RUA42102 0312712007 47354 1999 Dodge Intrepid 2B3HD46R2XH703515 04/0512007 47362 1996 Nissan 4dr 1 N4AB41 D7TC7n799 04/1212007 47376 1985 Ford Pickup 1FTEF15Y3FPB24224 04/3012007 46088 1997 Saturn 2dr 1G8ZE1287VZ166823 1211612006 The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority/Tampa Machinery Auction, Inc., reserves the right to remove any vehicle from the auction at any time and to reject any or all bids. Vehicles will be sold "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY COVENANTS OR WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE ON THE PART OF THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY/TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. Vehicles will be on display from 7:30A.M. to 9:00A.M. on the day of sale. Questions concerning the sale may be addressed to Lori Lowenthal at 813/870-7855 no later than 2:00PM on Friday, Au'bust 10th, 2007, or the Tampa Machinery Auction at 813/986-2485 on Saturday, August 11th, 2007, before 9:00A.M . Notices will be posted at the Tampa International Airport Impound Vehicle Storage Lot located at 4812 W. South Tampa, Florida, and in ttie Administrative Office lobby areas on the third floor of the Main Terminal and second floor of the Service Building. at Tampa International Airport, 5503 W. Spruce Street, Tampa; Florida. Street, Tampa, Florida. More Money, More Honey! Opportunity to Learn the Real Estate Business Real Estate Investor Looking for Trainee PIT & FIT Commission Make Your Own Hours!' Earn & Learn Real Estate Business Buy-Sell-Flip-Invest Must Be Money Driven! Play With The Big Dawgs! Only 3' Positions Available Call: 1-888-281 .. 3278 Or Email: bayareahomebuyers@gmall.coni FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS ' AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT I VIAPHONE Seeking Assistant PartTime HOURS 2:00p.m. -7:00p.m. Accounting A Plus Sen" Resume To: Credlt.unlon@blble-based.org or call 813-964-9696 After 2:00 p.m. Commissioned Position National Financial Services Mortgage/Real Estate Firm Seeks Ambitious Career Minded People No Experience Necessary 1-800-679-7042 Ext. 0252 Immediate Full-time Openings For _The Following Positions: Residential Care TechsiRelief Supervisor: Previous related experience, professional attitude and team approach required. College degree preferred for supervisory position. We offer excellent health benefits and 401(k) plan. Apply At: 8052 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL 33617 Or Fax Resume To 813-914-8873 _Or Mail To: P.O. Box 9451, Tampa, FL 33674 Background Screenings Required Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer MPLOYMENT Wanted Professional Tattoo Artist for New Shop Call 813-298-4370 Need Dump Truck And Delivery Driver Competitive Pay Call (813) 477-2198 Unlimited Earning Potential New Salon In St. Petersburg Seeks Hair Stylists, Hair Braiders Manicurists And Pedicurists Call Rosie At (727) 821-9602 *** Cleaning Jobs *** Immediate Openings For Part-Time & Full Time Cleaning & Floor Technicians Also Experienced Janitorial Supervisors Must Have Clean Criminal Background Call (813) 267-5343 Between 6 A.M. & 8 A.M. Loan Officers Wanted No Experience OK Inside Major Mall in Tampa FIT & PIT Commission Paid Potential To Make Great Money While Learning the Mortgage Business! Limited # Of Positions Available. Don't Delay! Self Motivated, Professional Appearance a Must Call: 813-977-9897 or Email: lnfinltylendlng@gmall.com NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7-3 $10.00$11.00 3-11. $11.00-$12.00 Great Benefits, 401 k Raise In April Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required . Apply In Person : Delta Care 1818 E. Fletcher w ...a. N 0 0 ..... ., r-0 c > tn m z -t' :z, m .-! I OJ. c: ..-' !!I z ., c: OJ .-u; Director of % .Campus .. Required: : Master's 2: Degree in Library Science from an American m Library Association aceredited institution; < . satisfactory criminal history background check. Must be able to work evening hours -... and weekends. Preferred: Library experience (including : C!. ': audiovisual and 'electronic reference) in a postsecondary m institution. Salary range is $34,680 $36,414 annually 0 THE COLLEGE IS CLOSED FRIDAYS THROUGH AUGUST 10. The review process may .be initiated with copies of transcripts; however, official transcripts must be received prior to the interview. Send c or fax, by 8115107, letter of Interest, current resume; ;a PHCC application, and official transcripts to: 6 . Bobble Smith '' s. Pasco-Hernando Community College 1 0230 Ridge Road : New Port Richey, FL 34654-5 199 > .. Phone 727-816-3407 ;.. Fax 727-816-3346 f ... Applications available: www.phcc.eduladmlnistrationlhrlemployment.php Materials for this position m'ust be postmarked faxed no later than August 15. EOEIADA Compliance Website: THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER YEARS FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED NEEDS ...... CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 ' ' YOUR ADS 2417 TO: (813) 248-9218 : Or Email ledwa rds@flsentit:ael.com (j) m ...a. en

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.... 0 0 N c ii2 u. c z < c en w 1-w > w c w % UJ :::; m D.. z t= w ...J ...J m ...J w z t= z w en ii2 0 ...J u. Maintenance Services Specialist Responsible for servicing maintenance requests and conducting preventive maintenance. Varied, progressive maintenance experience preferred. Salary based on experience. Excellent health benefits and 401 (k) plan. Apply At: 8052 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL 33617 Or Fax Resume To 813-914-8873 Or Mail To: P.O. Box 9451, Tampa, FL 33674 Background Screenings Drug Free Workplace E ual 0 rtuni Em lo er Immediate Full-time Openings For. The Following Positions: Residential Care Techs/Relief Supervisor: Previous related experience, professional attitude and team approach required. College degree preferred for supervisory position. We offer excellent health benefits and 401 (k) plan Apply At: 8052 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL 33617 Or Fax Resume To 813-914-8873 Or Mail To: P.O. Box 9451, Tampa, FL 33674 Background Screenings Required Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer ) ALL CREDIT WELCOME II 2, 3, And 4 Bedroom Homes For 0 Oown . Or Lease Option With Cash 1ST TIME HOME BUYERS MOVE TODAY 813.630.9827 A Ministry of First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Dr. Sam L. Maxwell Headmaster North Tampa 3..:1 House$90,000 East Tampa 1/2 Acre Lot $95,000 Tempie Terrace Duplex $168,000 Call Ainsley Daux Lie Realtor Home Run Real Estate Inc. (813) 564-1954 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 1-20 WORDS And so FOR EACH ADDITONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME . YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD -FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE ACCEPT VISA . MASTERCARD, EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENTS VIA PHONE FOR SALE HOME OWNERSHIP Your Job Is Your Credit Low Down Payment Lease 2 Purchase Irvin (813) 965-5413 Wholesale Properties To The Public Great "Fixer Upper" Deals www.rehabbereuperetore.com Kenny Rushing 813.227.9240 Owner Will Finance Several Quality Homes For Sale Small Down Bruised Credit OK 3 & 4 Bedrooms Available Fenced, Concrete Block, CHA, Tile Call (813) 269-4656 For Sale Newly Remodeled 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Utility; Carport Corner Lot With Fenced Yard, Quiet Neighborhood $135,000 Call (813) 569-0842 4 Sale Or 4 Rent 4/2 lri Ground Pool Plus Additional Pool House!! Also Available 2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Homes 0 Down Or Rent To Own With Cash Call (813) 630-9827 Homes Special t=:HAVA Program$ Own A Two, Three, Four Bedroom Home Many Areas & Sizes Free Pre-Qualifying Walter Brewer Midland Realty (8"13) 766-2033 Homes Under Construction By: Development, Inc. 2408 E. 19th Ave. 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Lanai, 2 Car Garage 1,709 Sq Ft $175k 3508 E. 10th Ave ... 3511 E. 11th 3513 E. 11th Ave. Two-Story Homes 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths 1 Car 1,604 Sq Ft-$175k 304 E. Virginia Ave. Tampa Heights Area 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Lanai, One Garage, 1,709 Sq. Ft. $180k 10 Year Structural Warranty And Many Upgrades, 42" Maple Cabinets, Stainless Steel Appliances Exit Exitreme Realty 813-716-0160 First Time Home Buyers Call. Ainsley Daux Lie Realtor Home Run Real Estate Inc. (813) 564-1954 4/2 Pool Plus Pool House!! Also Available 2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Homes Easy Financing (813) 630-9827 4 Sale Or Lease Option Block Homes $2,500 $5,000 Deposit 3/2/1 -$175k Seminole Heights 1119 E. North Bay St. $145k Quiet Street 2702 E. Cayuga St. 311 Carport 4222 E. Curtis St. Upgrades Available $900 -$1,1 DO/Monthly 813-391-7588 Newly Remodeled 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Utility, Carport, Fenced Yard $995 00/Monthlv $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 3706 N. 55th Street House for Rent 2 Bedrooms/1. Bath CHA, Fenced .Yard $850.00/Monthly + Call (813) 621-5410 Or (561) 584-1288 '. Section 8 Special 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $650 00/Monthly 813-971-0341 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home For Rent $975.00/Monthly Call (813) 598-3878 -. ' .) ,., ,. :... = ;:... _. \::: . $65Q . Oq!M_ontf)Jy Call (813) 453-S690 NICE HOUSES 4 RENT 2,3,4 BEDROOM HOUSES ALL CREDIT WELCOME MOVE TODAY II 813.630.9827 Progress Village Area 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-Up CHA, Ceiling Fans Tile Floors Sect ion 8 Welcome Call (813) 293-8431 Condo. Dale Mabry" Are a 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Good Area Section 8 Ready Call Kenny Rushing (81 227-9240 Progress Village 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced, WDH, CHA ,. Carport + Utility Room $1,000.00 Monthly Deposit Negotiable Section 8 "" (813) 451-9624 8512 "11th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath $850.00/Monthly >. $400.00/Deposit : 1620 ldell Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $675.00/Monthly $400.00/Deposit . call. (813) 335-oo76 (813) 885-5266 -BRAND NEW CUSTOM HOME! I ,-.; Luxury 2 Bed rooms/2 Baths $1,250.00 Per Month section 8 OK Call John (813) 309-9988 Discount Management Inc. FAX V:OUR ADS 24/7 TO (813) 248-9218 Or Email ledwards@flsentinel.com

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1, 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Available Locations All Over Tampa Low Security Deposits CALL 813-600-5090 'N'N{II REALPROPERTYWORX COM 3/1 -1016 14th Ave. 5/2 -7507 New York Dr. ... . 5/2 .. 5709. 30th Street set"tiori a .. q-c t : .'. .::. 1-ao o.:a9o.;7&39 Newly Renovated 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath Home $1,300.00/Monthly $250.00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Please Call (813) 382-2718 For More Information 2806 N. 16th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Honk-up, CHA $1,000 00/Monthly $800. 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (404) 290-3277 4207 Sandalwood Circle 3/1 Home For Rent Or Lease Option Section 8 Accepted Immediately Available! $1,050.00/Rent $1,000. 00/Deposit Call (813) 451-1986 Town-N-Country Condo 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Pool, Washer/Dryer Convenient Location $1,200. 00/Monthly $1,000 00/Deposit Call Section 8 Welcome r 4 Bedroorn/2 Bath "'" Home Newly Renovated .. Also Available 2 Bath Please Call Ruben (813) 3202 E. 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Hillsborough Ln. 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-U p Fenced Yard, Garage $900. 00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome Robert (813) 361-0344 Clair Mel 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths $1,200. 00/Monthty Tampa 3 Bedrooms/2 5 Bath Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 961-4599 Ready For Move In Jackson Heights Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced Yard, Central Air/Heat, WID Hookup $900.00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 480-1673 ME/ROOM OR RENT House Or Rooms For Rent 3/1 With Den Or 4 Bedroom CHA, Drug Free $950. 00/Monthly $950. 00/Deposi t Rooms $150.00-$160.00 Weekly E xtra L a rge Room $180. 00/Weekly Call Greg (813) 850-1429 i-t ; c m (J) :'.i.: c.. Apartments For Rent c 1 & 2 Bedrooms Available .1. University Area 12th Street .fj & Linebaugh Area w Low Security Deposits I ... -3 Bedrooms/1 Bath N Call 0 Washer/Dryer Hook-Up 0 'N'N{II. REALPROPERTYVVORX .COM ..... Central Air & Heat Apartment Call (813) 598-3878 4005 N. 34th Street #D ... .. 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,... 0 0 N c li &L c z c( c U) w ::J 1-w Gj c w J: U) :J m ::J D.. z t= w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z t= z w U) c( C 'o::: 0 ..J &L CD. ... Section 8 2 Bedroom Duplex $750.00/Monthly +Deposit Call (813) 980-1229 Tampa Heights Duplex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Large Kitchen Close To Downtown $600.00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 DUPLEX 1504 E. 138th Ave. 3/1, CHA, WID Hook-up $795.00/Month $500/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Ron (813) 920-1085 (813) 690-6664 Apartment/Duplex Available NOW Section 8 Tampa Heights 3/1 Duplex And 2/1 Apartment CHA, WSG Included .. WID Hook-ups Call 813-210-0287 Duplexes 8603 And 8605 N.15th St 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath New Paint/Tile -. 3 u . . mts . ; : % Now .: ;.. $1,200 Moves You In! 813-7540 Duplex 1. Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile & Paint New Appliances $60Q.OO/Moothly + Security peposit .. Section .. 8 Ok (813) 263-6460 ;2nd :. - _. Off Lirrebaugh __ 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $675 00/Mo nthly . $300 00/Deposit : Tenant Pays Utilities . :: CaiiRoy (813) 494-0629 . (813) 417-9549 Grant Park 3418 North 55th Street . r 2 Bedroom/1 Bath : Duplex : .. $675.00/Monthly ... Call (813) 359-7528 .Or (813) 627-0482 West Tampa Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom Duplex _, WIW Tile, CHA Laundry Room Kitchen W/Breakfast Bar '70() . 00/Monthly $700.00/Deposit w g -. (813') 685-3208 __ 8431 N. 39th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Upstairs Apartment Central Heat & Air $650.00/Rent $350 00/ Deposit (813) 299-5669 Duplex Apartment 2104-B W. Beach St. 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, W/W Carpet, WDH Central Station Alarm $650.00/Monthly (813) 238-6353 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 Duplex 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Security Bars Fans, NC Very Clean $625.00/Monthly $400.00/Deposit ' Call (813) 391-7046 Duplex -Grant Park 3421-A N. 52nd Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook up Central NC. $700.00/Monthly DO/Deposit Call (813) 325-8387 Room For Rent $100 00 PerWeek + Deposit; Air Condition : Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 285-8147 Room For Rent 240919th Avenue. Older Man Or Woman Working Or Retired Preferred . Phone(813)247-4334 Christian Person Has . . Rooms For' Rent t S11o.oOIReht' : : ,. $110.00/Deposit No Drugs Or Illegal Activities Allowed call Mike (813) 770-2288 Clair Mel Area Room For Rent Private Bathroom Shared Kitchen And Living Room $130 .00-$175.00 Weekly $100.00/Deposit Call (813) 545-9139 Room For Rent $125.00 Per Week + Deposit, Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 802-4930 1206 E. MLK Blvd. Rooms For Rent Single Male Preferred Call (813) 963-0703 Only A Few Left For Rent Nice And Clean CHA, Drug Free $125.00/Weekly $125.00/Deposit Call (813) 624-8540 5709 East 30th Street Fully Remodeled Rooms For Rent $120.00-Weekly Call Tyrone 1-800-890-7639 E. Jackson Heights Area Large Room For Rent $135.00 Weekly $115.00 Deposit Cable Access Phone (813) 236-4816 Rooms For Rent Furnished Kitchen Facilities Single Males Preferred Drug Free Area Phone (813) 247-3581 Or (813) 965-5931 3104 E. MLK Blvd. Rooms For Rent Males Preferred $500 00 Per Month Includes Electric And Water Call (813) 784-0508 Efficiencies Large Living Room, Cable., Lights, And Water Included $225 .00 Weekly $200.00 Deposit : Phone (813) 915-9406 Rooms For Rent Furnished Kitchen Facilities Single Males Preferred Drug Free Area . ......... Phone (813) 247-3581 : -Or (813) 985-5931 2928 N. 18th Street Room For Rent 55 Years And Older Preferred $120.00/Weekly $120.00/Dep?Sit Call (813) 231-2023 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Just Like Home Leave Message Immediate Response First Week Rent+ Security $100 .00-$150.00/Weekly Furnished And Unfurnished (813) 319-5646 Available Now Senior Citizens Preferred $550.00 & 600 00/Monthly Includes Washer/Dryer . Private Bath . Telephone (Local) _And Satellite TV Call (813) 273-9187 .or (813) 965-4434 lfJ I ;I{] :1 .] i i [.]:1 I: t Keep Your Air Conditioner Icy Cold This Summer!! 21 Po i nt Air Conditioner Tune Up $29 95 $60 00 Call Ralph (813) 546-1134 Tarpley's A/C (813) 238-7884 .. . ::: :. -.:;;:.t....r...' ... . Sales & Service New & Used NC. Prices Starting At $250.00 Lie# CAC 1815130 USINESS OPPORTUNITIES Find You A Corner And Make Quick Monev In A Couple 01 Hoursl cost Prolit $5.00 $2.50 . '\:o. $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 '" J" .... $20.00 $10.00 $25.00 $12.50 $50.00 :$25.00 $100.00 $50.00 ( .. . '$1iJ0.11: > .... . ..... -' ............. 22DJ 21st ln. Ta Fl33&15 18131 248 ... . '" PUBLICATION DEADLINES I . TUESDAY EDITION w FRIDAY @ 3:00 P.M. . FRIDAY .EDITION TUESDAY@ 3:00 ,..4. ___. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE : $8.00 -1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH : ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH ,YOUR AD. FAX XOUR ADS 24n_ ro: (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ledwards @flsentinel.com

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---_ __ CRIME NEWS Woman Charged With Leaving 22-Month-Oid .In Arcade Authorities arrested a 30year-old woman Saturday on charges of leaving her 22-month-old at Chuck E. Cheese Restaurant on Brandon Boulevard. Depu.ties said Hope Payne left the restaurant at 11:15 pm. Friday, leaving her daughter unsupervised for 2 hours. . Payne realized the child was missing after she got home, according to the arrest report. Payne now faces a charge HOPE PAYNE of felony child neglect and was released on her own recognizance Sunday. Man Shot Several Times, Masked Gunman Being Sought Plant City Police are searching for an armed masked gunman they said shot a man several times Sunday night. Police said Willie Knighton, 46, was shot in front of his home on Neil Street. No motive for the shooting has been established. Knighton was airlifted to a local hospital and officials arc not releasing any infor mation on his condition. The suspect i_n the is described as a Black male, 28 to 31 years old, 5;7" tall .WILLIE KNIGHTON ..... shot several times in front of his home. imd weighing 150 pounds Man RespOnsible ForMySpace Fight Sentenced CLEARWATER -In November 2006, St. Peters}?urg Police arrested Rodney Sales, 18, charging him with instigating a fight between two Black youth. Police said Sales was seen on a video posted on MySpace.com repeatedly using racial slurs to encour age the boys to fight. The video was played for a judge during Sales' trial. Judge Linda R. Allan sentenced Sales to 5 years of probation with the condition he serve 12 months in the Pinellas County Jail. Sales had entered a plea of no contest to two counts of child abuse. Correction ISMAEL VAZQUEZ Correct Photci .,., : A photo printed in the July 27, 2007 edition of Ismael Vazquez as being the man who accidentally shot himself in the head was not correct. .. . "There are no 3, 5, 7,11 short cuts 15,18,19, 2rto any place 25, 29, 31, 33 worth going. NAACP Lends Support To Teenage Defendants In Rural Louisiana The NAACP and its partners are providing considerable resources in defense of six Louisiana teens, who in the last several months, have faced overly aggressive prosecution and extended incarceration for fighting with whites in their commu nity. 1\) 0 witnesses and did not ques-o ...., tion the makeup of the jury The group has come to be known as the Jena 6-in ref--erence to the small town where a series of racial incidents escalated leading to the arrest of the young men and all being charged with serious criminal conduct offenses that could lead to many years of imprisonment. The six charged were: Robert Bailey Jr., 17, whose bail was set at $138,000; Theo Shaw, 17, whose bail totaled $130,000; Carwin Jones, 18, whose bail was $100,000; Bryant Purvis, 17, whose bail was $70,000; Mychal Bell, a 16 year-old high school sophomore was charged as an adult __ was set _at $90,000; and a still unidentified minor. Sentencing for Bell will occur July 31 where he faces the possibility of up to 22 years in prison. In his trial that lasted less than two days late last month, an all white jury found Bell guilty of aggravated second-degree battery and conspiracy to commit aggravated secor::i 'degree battery his role in the beating of a white mal e who participated in :t racbl incident at the local high school last December. Bell's defender called no I pooL "This is an American outrage that demonstrates the continuing shame of racial division in our country," said NAACP National Board of Directors Chairman Julian Bond. "We urge everyone interested in fairness and equality to join us in making-it one of the last." A team of concerned lawyers is volunteering their legal experience and research expertise'to assist Bell in his appeal and stand ready to assist the other defendants. , director of the_ Charles Iiamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice at Harvard Law School, is also collaborating with the NAACP in the effort to secure justice for the young men. "These demand national attention and support," said NAACP Interim General Angela Ciccolo. -."The NAACP will work 'to racial healing and unbiased justice for the Jena 6." Individuals in the effort can sign a p"etition : to express their concern and donate to the NAACP to support its ongoing efforts to secure racial-equality and justice by accessing www.naacp.org. 501 E. Kennedy Suite 1225._. 33602 : : Phone#: (813). 223-3900.. . r -nit' hirill!! .11.1\\)'l l j, .lU iltlJ'''I1.UII dL'\.'idt'll .Uhl 1 ,.\,r.\l nt:t'l ll'l-r L .. k u .. h ''-'lhl Y''U tn.r. \\ nttc.:'ll lllh'nll.lfl'll .Jl,ul 'Ill m.l l''l''-'114.'\.,l' .,. __ ___: 0 ., .... --... .,. ; ., r-0 ::D g en m z :::i z m r;DJ c: r r-z c: m r-c;; % m c m < m c: m en c > z c ., ::D 6

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