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Celebrating 62 Years In The Tanzpa Bay Area -Teenager Left Paralyzed After Drive-By Shooting --. . . . ... SEE STORYON PAGE -3-A : -. -. -. ... -: -' -_. ' <. :- : :. --r,.T :.! -; -City's Solid Waste Director Resigns SEE PAGE Back To S chool G iveaway Planned J SEE PAGE 11 Heritage Festival Needs Volunteers SEE PAGE 14-A Help Sought To Find Girl, 14 SEE PAGE NEW PASTOR INSTALLED The New Dawn Restoration Church held its inaugural service last Sunday morning at the Hilton Garden Inn, \ Tampa North. That afternoon, Dr. Jacqueline McCullough, center, of Pomona, NY, was invited to install the new founder and pastor, Reverend Julia McMillan, right. The event was witnessed by several family members and friends. On the left is Terry McMillan, Pastor McMillan's husband. (Photograph by Lomax Mcintyre)

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g . FEATURE N 0 ,... .,.., . c a: BE I I Y J. DAWKINS u. The August Employee of the Month is Advertising Director, Betty Dawkins. < Ms. Dawkins began her career at the Sentinel31 years ago as a ProofReader. After several years in that position, C she was promoted to become Advertising Director. f3 She is the proud mother of 2 daughters, Beverly and :::l Debra and 1 grandchild, Jasmene Robinson. 1-a:> Ms. Dawkins is a devoted member of Peace Baptist w Church, where she in the Shepherd's Care, > Benevolence and Intercessory Prayer Ministries. c w J: en ::::i m :::;) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;::) m I ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. < I N w CJ Bankruptey Guardianship Probate Immigration Wills /!-all as-1/Je eaH-ulfl. F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney at Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, Fl, 33609 WARREN DAWSON 221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. The Hiring 01 A Lawver Is An Important Decision That Should Hot Be Based Solelv Upon AduerUsements, BeiOie You Decide, Ask The Lawver To send You Free lnlormallonAboutTheir QuallllcallonsAnd Experience. East Tampa Partnership Chair Will Not Seek Another Teran Mr. Sam Kinsey, who has served as chairman of the East Tampa Revitalization Partnership for the past 4 years, has announced he will not be seeking another term. Elections will be held in September and a new chair will be elected. Mr. Kinsey said he's retiring to spend more time with his family "When I accepted the post 4 years ago, I didn't think it would consume so much of my time. Issues of the church, community and East has taken my private time away, but I will continue to have a role in the Partnership, but more in the background." Looking back, Mr. Kinsey said there have been many improvements made in East Tampa, especially creating the Tax Increment Finance (TIF) and bringing employment and business opportunities to the area. "The TIF allowed us to rebuild East Tampa and bring in dollars the area sorely missed. It will continue to enable us to rebuild the area and make it a SAMKINSEY viable place for residents and businesses. "One major thing I'm proud of is, we were able to prevent undesirable businesses from coming to East Tampa. Also, the closing of Gene's Bar and dealing with other issues of nuisance will be something I will a lways feel good about. Mr. Kinsey said he's contributed to a lot of new initiatives in East Tampa, like the Weed and Seed Program, and he's happy with the program. "But, there's more to come. I want to see changes a lon g 22nd Street, and they are coming. I will continue to lend my support to the Partnership and be involved in future projects." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@fls entinel. com lAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injuty Cypress Point Otlice Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Flurida 33618 (813) Former Hillsborough County ProsecutorDeputy Chief The hiring ni a h1wyt.r i!-. 0111 impurtant t.Jc-c.:is inn tho lt !k me: l o s c'hd you wi'ittt. n information ; 1ht it11my lJU;tl..ifu:atit'll:'\> :tnd _c. xpt. r i l'lh .. t. Michelle B. Patty (813) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200

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FEATURES . ,City's Solid Waste Director Resigns BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter Four years ago, David McCary left Durham, North Carolina to assume the role of Director of Solid Waste for the City of Tampa. At the end of the month, McCary will leave Tampa en route to the City of San Antonio, Texas. Mayor Pam Iorio said, ''I'm really going to 1m iss him terribly. He's been a top riotch Solid Waste Director and is just such a wonderful, caril1g person:' "He was one of my fiist hires 4 years ago and he has really turned that I> lace around. Our Solid Waste Department is one of the best anywhere. He made that department #1. It is hard to find someone. Who cares so much for his employees and everyone else.'' Mayor Iorio said when the City of San Antonio began their national search, "They approached him because he is nationally knO\vn and such a star in his field." She said McCary told her about the offer and th;it he would talk with San Antonio. She also said McCary is a larger jurisdiction. A native of Houstoi1, Texas, McCary began his career in solid waste 30 years ago as a collector. In his new position. a-s Environmental Services Diiector for the Citv of San Antonio, Mcilry\vi11 responsible iot collecting from 3 1o,ooo eusfciri1ei-'s and super\'ising a staff of s6s. : ; ,_ -.. , 7t}1 largest city. in the natimr. witlncp:fit1tlliftion oh.2 million people. "I bclic\ i c rhe c ontrihuting factor to suc cess is the men and ,\omen in Solid Waste here. DAVID McCARY Director City of Tampa Solid Waste Department They are the ones ,,,..110 take care of the citizens, get up early every morning and make things happen. They are the warriors of the department. "It's not about David McCary. It's the people who keep the department operating. The answer has always been here," McCary said. McCary, 48, said although he is saddened by his departure, "I believe that my steps are ordered. God wants me to continue on my path to educate people in the solid waste industry." McCary is married to Mrs. Rosenta McCary and the father of three children. Dedicated Cable l;mpiOyee Promoted To Senior Manager BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter For morl' than 23 \'Cars, Ms. Andrea Whi'te i),rs been employe d at: J3ri.gl)t House Networks. Q .nring her teriure with the compan) she has wit nessed its ownership change on fi\ c different occasions However despit e the c hange s i n the organization, Ms. White development and implementation of new programs. "Andrea is a true embodiment of the Bright House spirit I am very glad she is on the team, proud to know she represents us in the community and pleased to see her be recognized in her new title," Castillo said. Although Ms. White d esc rib es herself as a workaholic she lists raising Koi (fish) and hydroplane racing among her hobbies Drive-By Leaves Teenager Paralyzed Growing up, Dexter McCall remembers watching his mother Myrtle McCall, wheelchair bound. In spite of her affliction, she taught him to be tough and strong. Now, McCall finds himself having to pass that advice on to his son. On Tuesday while riding his bicycle near 127th Avenue and 15th Street, Tavares Miller, 17, was shot in the back by someone in a passing car. He was taken to a local hospital, and his father said the prognosis is that he. wiU be pennanently paralyzed . McCall said Miller was attending Chamberlain Adult. School, and really wanted to become a professional fighter. "He decided what he wanted to do when he \\'as about 11 or 12. He loved to fight, so we decided he might as well earn a living from it. "He had started training, but got distracted and into a little trouble. However, he was looking forward to returning, but didn't have a chance to get started." Miller lost his grandmother, Myrtle McCall, known to the fah1ily as "Lady Di," two months ago from cancer. "He was very close to his grandmother. He took that very hard." McCall said when his son was first hospitalized, he talked to him. "At first, he was upset and wanted revenge. But when he realized he wouldn't walk again, he got sentimental and broke down. This is going to be a tough time for both of us. ;;Itold him thi!lgs happen for a reason, and there's a lesson to be learned from everything that happens to you : I hope he understands this message and realizes he can still enjoy life." The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in..:finding the suspects responsfl)le 'for the. shooting. Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriffs office at (813) 247-8200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-8oo-873-TIPS STARTING A BUSINESS? 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J After-gradu.ating from the Fashion Institute of Technology, she relocated te New York where she was a successful children's wear However, when her parents became ill, sire decided to retum ; hom e to car e for them. She is currently working in the Education, Corimmnity, and Government Relations Depmtment and said the promo tion gives her the oppmtnnity to continue doing what she really enjoys. Carlos 'del CastiJJo, Vice President/ General Manager for B1:ight House NetworK's, Hillsborough Region said, "through her involvement in the community s\1e suppmts public, governinent affairs and e(!ucational activities through managment of cunent programs rrnd .assisting with 'JJH. }OYNER & }ORDAN : Hou.-JF.S 1112 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33602 into@jjhlaw.net 1 www.iihtaw net 813.229.9300 The h"in g of a lawyer Is an imp(lrtant decision and should not be bast!d upon Before you decide, ask us to send free written inform:Jtion nbout our qu:Jiifl c :Jtions nnd .. 1 '

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""" 0 0 N EDITORIALS I COLUMNS 0 ,.. .... en :::) <.!' :::) < >=' < c FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 140) 2207 21st AVenue T ampa Fl o ri d a 33605 (81 3 l 248-1921 P ublished E very Tuesday and Fr iday B y FLORIO A SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member or Na tional Newspaper Publ is hers Assoc i at ion (NNPA) and Amalgam a ted Pub lishers, Inc., New Y ork C 1990 -94 CP Timelntemational POSTUASTR: Sond Address Change To : Florklo S.n11nel P O Bo 33&3 Tampa. FL 3360 1 Period ic al Post a ge Paid AI Tampa : FL r--------------------------------------------LL. C Bly1ho And-1 no1-1vn Founden C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CDNTROUER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44 00-Per Year Bolh Editions: $87.00-Per Year One Edilion Opinions expressed on editorial pages of th i s newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily rellect the ed i to ria l stance of The Florida Sentinel BuUetln or the Publ is her. Hooray For Barry Bonds: Ne1N Homerun Champion I . over Hank Aaron! Say "HEY," Willie . ays! And sit down, Babe Ruth! Barry } Bonds has come to town and he's here to c stay! a: With the recent swing of his magic bat, propelling his 756th homerun into the stands of unbelieving z fans, Barry "Boom-Boom'1 Bonds became the < world's most recent "King of Swat," eclipsing Hank Aaron's 755tli homerun landmark, and forever relegating the 715th homerun record of Babe Ruth to W the musty cellars of history footnotes. And all we :::) .,_ want to say is "HORRAY, HOORAY, HORRAY!" It happened last Tuesday night in San Francisco, w in a home game against the Washington Nationals. Gj Fifth inning ... the score was 3 to 2, when Big Bo' c stepped up to the plate, looking for all the world like John Henry and Josh Gibson rolled into one! en Pitcher Mike Bacsik wound up his arm and let her ffi rip, when all of a sudden Barry hit that ball like God :::) striking the devil deep into left field or outside of a. the Some say the ball Bonds hit has yet to come. and has become the newest star in the Baseball Solar System. Be that as it might, Barry ...J Bonds conne
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----------------......................................................... :::::::::::::::::::::::::=============== -----------------, "TI 1 J not JJ 0 - By RANDOLPH KINSEY i!; h lhisarticieisn'tgoing ThencameHip-hoppers!Jt lis War In Iraq About Terrorism? ;, 0 (to be too popular seemed, everything nasty, j /;,.,..>withalotofpeople. vile,conspicuousandsloppy :f (ecenty,anewscomave een Igl Ing Since . entator started his skyrocket well into the hunshortly after Adam and E\ c )> c G) c CJ) -1 Omega Psi Phi w;ill probably about being Black and male ) evening show off by dreds of billions of dollars. left the Garden of Eden. be mad at me. Hip-hoppers in America, American Hipsaying, 'Sad news from Iraq. The death toll of American Fighting is what the s e people will be up in arms. Ving hoppers scraped it up and Three more American solsoldiers continues to rise. I do. We don' t need to he Rhames and Michael embraced it! So, why diers lost their lives today in ask you again: is this expen-Vick won't think too highly shouldn't they want to be the war against terrorism. sive war really a war on ter-of it, but that's all right. I known as "DAWGZ?" After My question and the ques-rorism? Many say it isn' t. have a thing _about all, to be a DAWdwas to be tion of inillions of Americans Some believe that it is an act Black and hei'rtg dangerous! So, why not be a is whether or not the Iraqi of revenge, a war that with dogs. Arid it'isn't a pitbull and own one, too? War is really a war against America is locked into. thing, either! Furthermore, during World terrorism? Still others believe that we The first time I heard Wars I and 11, as well as durThis country has been are involved in a civil war somebody call somebody-ing the Korean and Vietnam shaken up since 9-11. So and not a war on terrorism. else a dog, it was Elvis Wars, what most every fight-many Americans did not The people of Iraq want the bel) eve what happened u.s. out of their country, and Presley, when he belted out er pilot dreamed of was --, could happen in the United Americans want out. We are on a 45 single, "YOU AIN'T being victorious in a, you got States. While Iraq was so wrapped up in Iraq until I NOTHIN' BUT A HOUNDit! "DOG FIGHT!" As a blamed f9r 9-11, there has wonder if we are opening DOG ... ROCKIN' ALL THE matter of fact, one of cable not been one shred of evi-ourselves up to an attack involved in their serious \\'ar games. Our president and our United States Congress need to quit playing political games, forget party politics and work together to end our involvement in the Iraqi fias-co. At the same time, they should combine with the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary o(State, the CIA and the Joint Chief of Staff TIME!" I had to ask my television's most popular dence that Iraq is to blame. from some real terrorists? and plan our anti-terrorist mother about that one documentaries is the History Americans don't mind their America must always be attack prevention strategy ;!! because we had a dog, and I Channel program called troops fighting a war against vigilant and in the watcbtoand our plan for dealing with 0 heard him bark, but I never "DOGFIGHTS," a chronic1e terrorism to keep America wer. We must keep our eyes a terrorist attack. heard hjm rock. Anyw<\y, of air battles from World safe from terrorist attacks. and ears on everybody This The cry should be no !JIOre l> W fi h 11 h dollars and no more lives for en what I wanted my mother to War I to the current day! In e are g tmg an expensive espec1a y true m t e m explain was "How could a addition, what used to be and deadly war in Iraq. The Middle Those folks Iraq! z ::1 person be a dog?" She told called "highway matoring," z : Ti m e school. But I didn't forget WAY DOGFIGHTING! my question. So, what arc we to think By LEON CREWS r-m Years later, I heard another about NFL star Michael ::::! singer shout from the radio, Vick, who is suspected of I --Z "WHY MUS !J; T n : E ; I JIKE'' i : ;Iising, and eutha-G . ... s h I u d B F THAT? WHY rv.hJ S T hizing pitbulls, and riwvie f!lng : 1 0 c 00 se 1 0 : e un ALWAYS CHASE'THE"CAT? star.Ving Rhames, whose (i) NOTHIN' BUT THE DAWG bull-mastiffs supposedly : don't kids enjoy have loyalty to an institution. Today, schools are graded :X: IN ME!" "Dog in WHO?" I tried to digest their keeper : . going to school? It was fun going to school and punished for not provid-.lB "''oildered ... because he surewhile the actor was out of I can't speak for ali prior to 1970, because We all ing the students a quality m .Jy wasn't talking about me! tov.,n? What is it about Black of them, but from my per-shared something. Although There was no such spective, there are some Blake and Middleton were thing at Blake and Middlelon. ::t1 NevGrtheless, it seemed men and big dogs, anyway? < important things that existed rivals, the pride students dis-You got a quality education, like everyv,Jlci:C. I looked, Yes, I know. White men, when I was in school, that are played for their schools was because the instructors 2 Black people-Black men ilil Latinos and probably Asian sorely missing today. unlike anything else in wouldn't allow you to settle m particular -were either men like big The brave my young house that eats more. than rallies were you were up to. Since many of us alternative school or \'\'Ol'S.e. men of the Black fri1ternity, me, or could end up eating didn't want to miss. They call!e from the same commuYou were dealt with at that "T1 Omega Psi Phi, when pledgme (just my opinion)! were the gathering place for nities, there was so mtich to instttution and made to tow ing tlult noble organization, So, how should we judge all the students, and the one share. We all had so much in the line along with everyone C could be bark like Michael. Vick, Ving place where you could show common. : bloodhoundsj)rpitbulls. Rhames or many of the pride for your school. Today, schools have become the_fun .to scj1qql, Rumor has it, many a "Q-. Black members of the HipAlso, the instri1ct<.>rs then political battlegrounds. They .: were : more l1"ke faini"ly. They hav e be'come top'1cs of tors ha\'e to ptlt soin"'tlli.Ilg Dawg" developed a private hop generation regarding ..,. .. looked at ,ou as more than a "School Ch9ice where into 1 t penchant for....: of all things!! their love-affairs with J t > ,; student. They treated you like located in to students and .them feel DOG BISCUITS, during-rotweillcrs? For, if a man you were a memher.of their Black communities, and what they belong those days! would call hirilself a dog, own family, even .when it potential they pre-. c-reate And then of course, came wluit would that make his. c ame to discipline . Today, it's sent to .. to. ompe .to .. the continued guerilla conmother? diffictilt for Black sti.1dents to them. . school evervda y _; .. 1 flict between rnen and ' . . .. ... . . s ........ ,.] .. B .......... s .c ........ R .......... B ....... . E ........... : .. o : : l)l). , .::v_ .. ; ....... i weapon was the screamed-: I accusationthat"ALLMEN VoiceofOur CommunitySpeakingfor.Itself, ARE DOGS ... BLACK MEN, . : I ; < .,, THATIS!"Andso,theline ; :.[, "'b .-> -_: ..-... : j J . .-.': ec ne --, ; "' couldn't be .. .. ... :;.,: '.-" .. ; ... .:i..!.i : you?. : asn n;ult m ':'flJY _., ... . : .. : .. ...... .. 1 ; { ...

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PAGE SIX hen most men are reaping what one. sows. . . .. . running the Personally, I've always ' ,,,. .,,. ' streets, hopping viewed it as the universe' s from bed to bed, chasing clever way of policing our skirt's, breaking hearts and behavior by allowing our attempting to procure inti-own deeds to ultimately mate relations with numerdecide whether pain or plea ous members of the opposite sure will dominate .our des sex, very few, if any, stop to tiny. reflect on being victimized by -I bring this up because as a karma. They have no idea man who once lived his life that the lies, the broken in a manner similar to tQ.at promises, the blatant infi-mentioned earlier, I feel a delity, the emotional and day of reckoning slowly physical abuse. they inflict approaching. Having a young daughter from paying for irty mistakes, I've decided to help women turn the tables in their favor by offering seven things I would tell my own child if she were searching for a suitable mate ... Fellas, I'm sorry, but my baby s hap piness is at stake. Keep Us On Our ToesNever, never, ever let a man know that he completely sat isfies you, sexually or other wise. We love to conquer and the minute we realize we've got you hooked, our instincts automatically lead us to our next challenge. The harder we have to work to please you, the longer we'll stick around to achieve our goal. Appear Weak Even When You Are Strong -This is one of the 48 laws of power.., but it should also help you. Most men are suck-will come back to haunt them daughter on the precipice of c in some form or fashion teenage ana young adultTo those unfamiliar with hood, sends chills down my c the term karma, it is the spine as I think of the cads Z Hindu and Buddhist princi-waiting to administer the c( ple that suggests that man same treatment on her that I determines his future by the perpetrated on the daughters actions of his presen. t life. of other men. -ers for women they deem extremely delicate. Being with a woman who comes across as meek appeals to our nature role of protector. It forces us to feel responsi ble for your well being. Don't .waste Your Time -If you're with a man for more than four months and he hasn't introduced ot made plans to introduce you to his mother, you're a serious W Among Christians, it's more In an effort t o redeem commonly in the myself of these past indiscre> a: w > w W :J: tn m :t A. : z ffi ...I .... :t m I ..... w z w .t/) i: a: 0 .... LL metaphorical context of tions and_ to revent my PlilliC FUNERAl & M 'EMORIII IEITESIII .. lll KRUIIIAI" DANIEL 2001 WAKE. lllil1. Olui IOIE mil E. Ill Ill . Wale &am' -1110 :5pm..: Bpm .. . Car, Tractlotorcvcle:Memorial Ride & Cruise lattr II Ull 1 ut ce of Manin Lqther li_ng Jr. 'lvd . ... .. 1St Ride 1:30pm ... Funeral service: AllensFuneral Chapel" i : 270J E MLIBivd. 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LOCAL \ R. LOCKirrf R Lockett M lnistrics And Pastor, Bethany Christian Discipleship Chuach REV. DR. C. T. KIRKlAND Past01 Mt. Pleasant M. H. Church RI:V. UR. WAI.TI-:K.J. Host !'astor, New Mt. Zionl\1. 11. Church mi1iistry invokes a holistic approach to reach boys and men REV. DR. BARTHOLOMEW BANKS State President, Progressi\'e Missionary And Educationnlllaptist State Comention, Pastor, St. John l'rogresshe M B. Church REV. I>R. THOMAS SCOTI Pastor, :14th Street Church Of God every nation and every color, especially those of ebony hue are faced with some enormous challenges to their very s _ur-. : . .,.viva! -socia!Iy; .:., -mentally; physically, : financtal-. .to-r:,.a: ly, culturally, mentally; judicially and spirit'o help men dramatically tually," Lockett said. transfo1m their lives financial-"Consequentially, there is a ly, relationally, _mentally, question of divinity that is physica11:Y 'as well as spiritu-essential for the survival of ally: : : man that must answered. On Aug. 16-,18, R._ Lockett This question has been asked will pre-of men and mankind since the seJjt ('A.n.oin'ted-beginning of time. For sur-Dedicated-Appointed Men): viva!, every generation and Where Art Thou? nation of men must look unto Conference at New Mt. God and then deep within Zion Missionary Baptist themselves to answer this Church, 2511 E. Columbus divine question -Where Art Drive., :Ta,mpa. Men. . attending Thou?" the; onference will-learn ,about Along with R. Lockett, conentrepreneurial opportunities, ference speakers from Tampa generational wealth, how to will include the Rev. Dr. clean health :Bartholomew Banks, and datmg ,::dent of the Progressive much: mo'fe: : 'Missionary & Educational .Rev. R. Lockett, Jr., QE;O Baptist'State Convention of of Fl.orida John a : n 9 se.mor Progressive Missionary pastor of Christian Baptist Ohurch; the Rev. Dr. Discipleship_.Church (BCDCj C T. Kirkland, pastor of in Tampa, said the conference Mount Pieasant Missionary men in answering. Baptist. Church; the Rev. Dr. in and reverent way Tboma., Scott,-pastor of the_ thought-provoking ques-ThirtyFourth Street Church tion-Art Thou?' of. God; the Rev. Dr. Walter "ln this dror men of J. Williams, pastor of New 49,02 N : 22nd Street ' (813). 231-9177. t i : I t i Mt. Zion Missionary B aptis t Church; and a host of other influential facilitators from the Greater Tampa Bay area. Jetie B. Wilds, host of WTMP's "The Citizen's Report," will facilitate a "Brother, Brother: What's Going On?" luncheon and panel discussion on Aug. 18. Psalmist for the conference wi ll be the Rev. Calvin Callins, pastor of-Greater New Hope Anointed Min -istries in Plant City. Cost to attend the conference is $40, which includes attendance to all of the empowerment sessions. Registration is $20 for males 12 to 19. A portion of all proceeds will benefit the Paradigm Empowerment Center. The nightly :A.D.A.M. worship services on Aug. and 17 are and open to the public. For more infoqnation about the confeJence arid to register, call R. Lockett Ministries tollfree at 8(?6-75,6-253_8. (See in this issue) .. ;;: .. """'": : = -:,. .....

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,..... 0 0 C\1 0 ,... c a: LL. c z < c en w 1-w > w c w % en ::::i ID Q. z i= w ... ... ID ...:.. w z i= Z w en < c a: 0 ... LL. ASSOCIATION OF TAMPA BAY b S p 0 uso1int;A Benefit Program For Deacon Fred Short Saturday Night, August 11, 2007 at 7 p.m. LOCAL 7th Annual Back To School Giveaway Planned at Evening Star M B. Church Rev. Jerome Griffin Past01 The Seventh Annual Back Park Community C enter and she is asking that thos e plan ning to attend make sure not to block anyon e 's drive ways "There are going to be busi-The Speak e1 will h e REV.I.EVVIS MOORE To School Supply Giv eaway o f Ebe n e z e r M B. Clune!.. will be h eld on Sunday, Dea. Fred Short President 'Oe a Milto n W a de, August 12th, from 12 noon _____ __:.....:.....L---1 until 6 p m. The event will MT. TABOR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH "The Chur c h Where Divinl! Lo v e Makes the Differenc e 2606 Grace Street Tampa, Florida 33607 -.,....------, Annual Nightly Worship Week of Revival August 13th-17th 2007 7 P.M Nightly PASIORT.D. LEONARD The Divine Preacher & for the Week: KENNETH DAVIS :\.'::Pastor of Tabernacle M. B. Church, c:.: D'Iberville, MS & 4th Vice President of National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. . take place at the Regan Park Community Center, 1200 E. Lake Avenue. This year, more than 235 business owne r s have joined Tampa businesswoman, Ms. Tonya Lewis in an effort to provide school supplies t b those youngsters who other wise might not have them at _the beginning of the school year. The annual event is being presented by Children With A Vision, Inc., an organization created by Ms. Lewis. She said, "This is a way for -business owners to show we care and give back to the community." Ms. Lewis further stated that the supplies will be given on a first come, first serve basis for as long as they last. "However, parents must bting their kids during registration between 12 noon and 2 p.m. If we don't see the children we cannot give parents the supplies. The students will receive book notebook paper, folders, pencils, pens, rulers, and other items required for school. MS. TONY A LEWIS Organizer of School Giveaway have many activities for the children, we have water rides, free food, and numerous other fun-events. We are asking the parents to bring towels and lounge chairs for the chil!lren." In addition to the activi ties, the City of Tampa Fire and Police Departments will have vehicles on display and vendors will be on hand. Ms. Lewis said there are private homes near Regan -nesses that are closed because it is on a Sunday. So, we are asking that yo u park and walk to the center. We want everyon e to have a good time with'out any prob lems." Title sponsors for the event include The City of Tampa, ReHabbers Superstore Joe Redner Enterprises, Inc., NE -Where Transport, Inc., Amerigroup, along with numerous corporate sponsors. Ms. Lewis further stated that she received sponsorship from Chardric Darby, #91, of the Seattle Seahawks and the Darby Foundation, and Chris Hawkins, of the Hawkins Foundation, who is a former NFL player. Anyone wanting additional information can call <813) 235-5656. Reporter Iris B. Holton can_ be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@flsentinel. co11z. Loc81 Mlnlst'ly Needs Bac;k To-School Supplies "Every year, the event Come Expecting your Blessing of: grows larger and this is the Rene-Wa_l, Revival, & Restoration largest yet. We have gotten The Covenant Of God bags and supplies arc need Ministry; 905 East Juneau in ed .__ _____ ......,.;..... ____ .;....._..;.... _______ __.confirmation that represen-Sulphur Springs Will" be hostThe event will feature food ing a back-to-school give-and drinks, as well as activiaway August 12th, offering ties for the children. NORTHSI-DE -M.B_ .. C ,HURCH REV. JACOB JORDAN 5706 N. 40TH STREET TAMPA, FL 33610 REV. JACOB JORDAN, PASTOR RICARDO ROBINSON, ASSISTANT '55TH I ANNIVERSARY Augusd2th@ 4:00 p.m.Min. Leonard Harrington of Northside M.B .. Churph, August-19th@ 4:00 p.m.-Rev. Eugene .Gamett of Springhill .of Tampa, FL August 26th@ 4:00 -p.m. -Rev. D. Osborne of God's Side Progressive M.B. Church, Tampa, F:L Special Performances by: Destinys G.roup of Tampa, FL Northside's Youth Praise Team .. -------' .-REV. EUGENE GARNETT THEME: Stahding on The Solid Rock for S5 Years Matthew 16:18 And I say also UIJ.to thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock 1 will build my chlitcfi; .fd the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. tatives from oU:r corporate spoqsors will be on hand, so we are askirig that everyone be on their best behavior . students free school supplies. For more information or to "We want everyone to come out and have a good time. We Although supplies have make a donation, contact been donated to the ministry Pastor Jarvis Ball at (813> for this event, more book 849-()904, or (813) 142nd CHURCHANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Dr. W. James Favorite and members of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church and members would be honored to have the community join us in a historic q;lcbmtion. -Beulah was the first African. American Baptist Church Tampa and was in 186S, ; upon the heels of the Proclamation. -., ; Theme: "Great Is Thy Faithfulness" Special Presentation 'New Leadership---New l>irection' Date : Sunday, August 12, 2007 Sunday School 9:45A.M. Anniversary Worship S ervite. : Speaker: .Pastor, Heritage;,ChtisHan .. .... -1' Place: Jinstor.', Beulah Baptist Institutional Church I 006 West Cypress Stree t f.ampa, Florida 33606 ALL WHO LOVE THE LORD ARE WELCOME TO CELEBRATE cg THIS MOMENTOUS OCCASION WITH US . CJ CHAIRPERSONS: Bro. Alvin & Sis. Yvonne Haggins : 'fl. ... Sis : Tina Smith & Sis. -ume Taylor ""' ... Jt is our prayer that you and the entire community will plan to join us in this historical C\'cnt. inforrnqti B r h S9P. t ils t I :-33.82

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. LOCAL Retired Educator Hopes Nevv Book Will Rea.ch Minds Of Black Community Her speech is low and she shovels along when she walks, all the affects of Parkinson's disease. But .retired educator York hasn't stopped her quest to reach the minds of African Americans and ere. \': ate awareness. . Ms .-;Y.ork retired fonii' global society "I am convinced too many children do not respect their parents, and too many parents have lost control of their children. Ms. York said she knows God will bring her back to send' out a inessage to Black families and childr-en teaching after 44 ye ars, .. is something > : ,not because she wanted to. really terrible. It robs .yol.J of After the 1970 Desegregayour motor functions but not tion Plan was, your mind. York bega;n to see a sway in. "My message is, if you dqn't the way Black students were know your heritage, how can being educated, and the lack MS. DOROTHY YORK you tea:ch it. to others? Learn of interest they were receivyour heritage so you can pa!)S ing frorn their non-Black Community. it on to others: Make aUiffer- ..i.. instructors. I think we're going backence." "I started speaking out .ward.s in s9ciety. We've Ms. York hasauthored about the changes, ,and as . regressed ma:ny th1nk several books, including one result, an environment' was' will never be a recov-' that touches on the 1970 created thatmade it impossi. im that there Desegregation Plan called ble for. me to teach: will be ; arid rriy faith won't "Funeral For The All Black Ms. York has authored a let me think otherwise." .High SChools." new book, "The 3 fl.'s, In her latest' book, Ms.,, B. .Respect,. Restra_int, :York for all : f!-1 at at' \. ;: ., .. ..: : : -.. .-.. -lnvite. s You .To Its AUXILIARY .Annual Afternooifln Red worshiP sundav August 12, 2001 3:30 p. m. REV. DR. WALTER J. WILLIAMS Pastor Preacher REV-. DR. G. I. BRADLE Y Pastor Providence M. H.-Church, Palmetto The Swedish VasaQospel :Choir Stocklwlln Sw'etlen IN CONCERT August 12, 2oo7 11:00 AM -.:... .. _;. .... ........... .. Eddie Newkirk -Senior Pllstor. "T1 REVIVAL REVIVAL REVIVAL You Are Cordially Invited To Attend The NEW 1 t:::s 1 AIVIt::IV 1 lVI. ts. '-'"U'-'n vr THONOTOSASSA, INC. ANNUAL REVIVAL August 13-17, 2007 7:30p.m. Nightly 11530 Walker Rd *Thonotosassa, FL, 33592 Theme: "Jesus Will Save His People From Their Sins" MATTHEW 1 :21 Guest Choirs Are : First Baptist Church of College Hill *New Hope M B Church True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church REV. DR. T. W. JENKINS Evangelist FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W. Palmetto Street 1 Tampa, FL, 33607 REV .-\. W.GREEl\'E, Pastor _Presep.ts Their Speaker: REV. FRED GILBERT . New Victory Missionary Baptist Church Sis. Phyliis Sis. Karen Wiliiams,: Choir Directors: Paula --:::1 ,;,... ", . ... . Come, Joill Us As We W01: ship _ AIId..d!ebl:;,e Ill s &,g.'.'' 0 Brown emoria/ Church of:Godin, Christ Invites You To Their : Annual Youth August 10-12, 2007 Sis. Gloria Dei:aughter Jones, Annual Youth Weekend Coordinator "ln. His Gr_ip, Y.outh" II Thessalonians 2:13-15 \ SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Y II :liO A,,' l .Annual Youth DaY Speaker : Dr. Karnien R. Gadsde Macomb lllin()is FRIDAY NIGHT7 P.M : The Trwh A hou; Hip-Hop Speaker: Dr. Thomas L. Dozier The Word ofGrac e And Tm 1 \' lillistries l> c; G') c CJ) -1 .... 0 1\) 0 0 -...I "T1. r-0 JJ c l> CJ) m z :::!. z m r;-. m c: rr-. m :::!: z ., c: l:D'. r-; CJ)i :::t ; m;, c m i < m JJ < -4 c: m . C/) c :J>. z : c ., ':!! c . -c BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST C') 2313 E. 27th Avenue* Tampa, FL 33605 m 13) 248-5690 . .:. ., . . : :... -.. __,!

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1"-0 0 N Q a: u.. Q z w Q w :::E: en :::i m ;::) ll. z ti 18TH PASTOR'S APPRECIATION SERVICE FOR: PASTOR WILUE L FOWLER & FIRST LADY MYRTIS FOWLER AUGUST 20..28, 2007 1llE NEW PALM RIVER C.O.GJ.C. U04 51TH ITRUT TAMPA, Fl3SI1t S1J-6S4-1940 !HOME) 813-7M-82e71PASTOR' S CELL) AUGUST 201ll 7:30 P.M. RAINBOW C O G.I.C. PASTOR JOSEPH GREEN AUGUST 21ST@ 7:30P.M. TIJRNING POINT C.O. G .I.C. PASTOR HOWARD GREEN AUGUST 22ND :3u P.M. PEOPL FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES DR. lllOMAS HADDEN AUGUST 23RD@ 7 :30P.M. FAITIIINSTTM'IONAI. BAPTIST CHURCH PASTOR ANTONIO HAWKINS AUGUST 241ll@ 7 : 30P M TRIUMPH lllE KINGDOM & C.O.G.I. C OR. DAVID CRISWElL AUGUST 251ll @6:00 P M APPRECiAnON BANQUET lllE CROWN! PLAZA HOTEl SAUL PARK PASTOR CHARLD DAVIS SI'EAKER COLUQE HILl C .O.G.I.C. AUGUST 261llAM lUNDA Y SERVICE THE NEW PALM RIV!R C.O.G.I.C. ElDER DONAlD JORDEN SPEAKER AUGUST 26TH 4PM AFTERNOON SERVICE GREATER 11fT'HAHY M.l. CHURCH PASTOR CLYDE THOMPSON Belated birthday wishes go out to PASTOR BARBARA NEAL from thecongregoUon of Emanuel Church of the Uving God, Kothortls Neal (husband), and John Prince (brother). Pastor Neal is also celebrating her 1 st Anniversary as Pastor of Emanuel Church of the Living God. Pastor Neat we love you! You are a great woman of God. Truly you ore a goodshepherd and watchman for His sheep. We appreciate all of your sacrifices, your dedication, but most of all the love you shore and give on a dolly basis. If you wish to celebrate this joyous occasion with us, please join us at 7pm, Friday, August 1 0 and 11 am Sunday, August 12 at 3000 N. Florida Avenue, Tampa, FL 33603. (813)223-4515. MT. PLEASANT STANDARD BASED MIDDLE SCHOOL 1906 N. Rome Avenue* Tampa, FL, 33607 z (813) 253-0053 w "Home of the Diamonds" en
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. LOCAL . From The Pulpit: Pastor Believes Church Should Work Within Community BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer 3rd Sunday in May, we feed the community." Rev. Nunn said he has turned down several offers to 1 j (ir ca t cr Mo u n t \!uriah Pri111it1n: H. ST. PETER CLAVER CATHOLIC SCHOOL Saint Peter Clavcr Catholic School 1401 Governor Street Tampa, FL. 33602 813.224.0865 Pre K Grade 8 Now Open Registration Weekdays 9AM-2PM _saturday, August 11th Classes Begin August 16th -Open House August 23rd Scholarships Available Convenient to Small Class Size Boys & Girls ,Club Computers In Every Caring Faculty Classroom .. Christian Education Student-Centered Convenient To Education Downtown Daily Tours Available Accredited byFlorida Catholic Conference Tallahassee, FL BLAIR-OSBORNE WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY ANNUAL EVENING IN WHITE WORSH1P SERVICE August 11, 2007 4:00 p.m. Theme : Missionaries the Spirit of the Lord is upon you! Come Worship With Us REV. MAZIE W. ROJAS Moo r e's C hapel AMEC, St. Pete Gue st Speak er REV. KIRK R. BOGEN Pasto; You Are Invited To A Holy Ghost Party CHRIST IN YOU MINISTRIES CHURCH Apostle Charles J. Hill, Senior Pastor First Lady Carolyn Hill, Co-Pastor Come One Come All Al'!d Celebrate Jesus Christ AJI Grou s Choirs & Sin ers Are Invited! The Singles Ministry Is Honoring The Pastors D EllE JACKSON, Coordinator Sunday August 12, 2007 3 p.m. Dr. Blaise F. Alfano Conference Center 11606 McKinley Drive Door Prizes Given Away Every Hour A FREE For Info Call 506-1836 or (813) 767-5747 HERBERT C. Minister Of Music $15.00Advance ' $20.00 Day Of Service . 813-767 1998 Doors .(?pen At 4:30P.M. "TT JJ 0 l> c C) c en -4 .., r-0 :::c c l> en m z :::! z m r-1 OJ c r rm :::! z "C c aJ c en ::t m c m < m :::c -< -4 c m en c l> z c .., :2 c .... ..... I l>

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.. Tampa Native Tumed 1? In The Spotlight Receives Ph.D. Degree (!) ::> <( c a:. LL. Dr. Jevin Scrivens with his wife, sons and On Saturday, August 4th ny was held at the Alexander faculty administration and Memorial Coliseum in graduating class of The Atlanta, GA Georgia Institute of Dr. Scrivens is a graduate Technology (Georgia Tech) of King High School (1990), bestowed upon Tampa native Florida A&M University Jevin E. Scrivens the (FAMU-FSU College of degree of Doctor of Philosophy Engineering, Bachelor's in Biomechanical 1995), and The MassacEngineering. Dr. Scrivens husette Institute of successfully defended his doc-Technology (M.I.T., Master's C toral dissertation on June 25, 1998). He is the son of Dr. 0: 2007 which was entitled, and Mrs. John J. (Molbert) LL "The Interaction of Stance Scrivens, Jr. The younger C Width and Feedback Dr. Scrivens and his family z <( Control Gain: A Modeling (wife, Diane and two sons, Study of Bipedal Postural Jevin, Jr. and Justin), have 0 Control." plans to relocate to Florida in en The commencement ceremo-the near future. w ::> 1-w > w c w J: en ::i Ill ::> D.. z Iii -1 -1 ::> Ill ..:. w z i= z w en g a: 0 -1 LL. ',... Stepping Stones Job Readiness Training Career Resource Center Is This You???? Ex-offender, Transportation and Childcare Problems, Sketchy Work History, or Interview Troubles!!! Stepping Stones will enable you to overcome employment obstacles by teaching you to: Master the application Express confidence at the job interview Explain work history and background Write a winning resume Dress for success WIN THAT JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When:August 20-24,2007 Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Cash incentives to graduates!!! Cash incentives to graduates!!! Location: 2631 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, Florida 33610 Contact: h..aren Daley Phone: (813) 248-9738 Ext f06 Space Is Limited. Register Today! (Behind the Nehemiah Laundry Mat) .... [I] Building Lives, Building Community .... ... pa, Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc Presents "Business Plan Writing" A Five-Week Entrepreneurial Training Curnculum What Is Self-Employment? Is Self-Employment For You? Business License: Legal Organization Of Your Business Your First Steps Pre Business Checklist Developing Your Business Plan Finding Financial Resources Record And Taxes Your Home For Tax Pu.rnl'l><'D< Clasws Will Bl lldcl 1-L 2007 -Sq>ll'm her IJ, 2007 Tucsclavtoi .. X: Thursd:n s 6:00 P. i\ I. -tJ:OO P. :\I. ,\t l nhcisit\ .\rca CDC 1-W IJ :\. 22nd St. 'tampa, FL .B61J There Is A $25 Curriculum Fee For The Five-Week Session. For More Infonnation Contact: Elsa Suarez CDC of Tampa, Inc.-East Tampa Business Center 2705 E. Martin Luther King Tampa, FL 33610 813-248-2552 - I ; I I I I j t f t t i I : 1-( 1 1 t t ., "' ;. t \ CAMILLE, a.k.a., MIA Happy birthday from your mom and dad, Tiara and Tavenoh. Camille will be celebrating her birthday at AI Lopez Park from 3-6 at Shelter #311, with family and friends. TIFFANY JACKSON-ST. JEAN Congratulation goes out to Tiffany Jackson-St. Jean. She is our honoree of the graduating class of 2007 from the University of South Florida. The commencement ceremony will take place Saturday, August 11, 2007 at the USF Sun D9me Tiffany is the daughter of proud parents, Deacon Willie and Deveda Jackson You did it! Special shout from aunties, Linda and Brenda Jackson of Orlando. MARIAEFIGENIA This week, the spotlight shines directly on Mariaefigenia. This young lady with such a unique name is a student at Hillsborough Community College.and says her favorite star is Jessie Duplantis. She lists her only hobby as praising God, and said her p1ans for the future are to_ follow God's wish and follow the future He has planned for her. Congratulations to this week's Spotlight fea ture, Mariaefigenia. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEMOCRATIC BLACK'CAUCUS' 3rd ANNUAL BANQUET "Democrats Attaining Self Empowerment" Saturday, August 11,2007 5:30 p. m. Reception 7 p. m. Dinner LATAM THE CENTRO RESTAURANT 1913 Nebraska Avenue (Corner of Nebraska and Palm Ave Guest Speaker : The Honorable BETTY REED State House Representative District 59 or Ticket Inform

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. LOCAL On .Job For &-Months: "T1 ::tJ c \ -Chamber Chair'S GoalBuilding _Better County. Transportation Director Suspended )> c G) c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer descentJ alleged that Cox per-sonally called the owners of firms he had hoped to drive BY DAWN GARDENER Sentinel Freelance Writer J f you can't afford to be a member ofa Chamber of y9u can't afford to be in business." These words clearly state __position held by Fredrick Esquire Cli hir.rrn:J.n--ofthe Greater Tampa Chamber o"r-. : McClure defendS his stance.-:. further: "I've been in this seat_ for at least six months and I've : learned some incredible lessons from what I consider to be the most diversified board of directors ever in the history of this Chamber. One theme echoing from our mem bers is ..... businesses increase _their net worth through our network." Chairman McClure sees ATIY. FREDRICKH.L. MCCLURE ... Chairman, Tampa Chamber of Commerce the Chamber's overall success. Small and minority-owned businesses are an integral part of the charter, which is highly influenced by a significant core value--diversity. thy minority businesses per-Members of an Oversight for and allegedly threatened ceive about the Chamber. It's Committee for the the owners if they hi red not about big business, it's Hillsborough_ County Public Osujui. Osujui also alleged about all businesses. I want Transportation Commission he had been harassed by start-up companies to sit at the suspended the head of the inspectors table with well established cor-Public Transportation "There were several porations, and learn from their Commission on Wednesday tions against Cox. One of. failures and successes. I want amid allegations about his those is that he allege,dly. African American businesses management. The committee blackballed a minority driver. to understand they-have-what--_ _ fpr an_ inve!ltigation He had a personal vendetta it takes_ to compete in the big and audtt department. against the gentleman. He pond. We will help them take The suspenswn came about would call companies who that necessary risk in getting after two people alleged that were interested in 'hiring out ofthe fish bowl," he said. Cox treated them Osujui and threaten and McClure knows getting out unfat_rly as attemi>ted to coerce them. of the "fish bowl" is not easy; acqUire permits to _operate a "But we couldn't take any this is why he wil_l continue to cab o_r shuttle ser:v1ces. After action unless one of the comemphasize that Chamber hean!lg the testimO?Y the panies came forward. One of members understand and comm1ttee voted unammously the companies came.-forward appreciate the value of providto Cox for a period of. and since then,-others haveing opportunity for all busi-30 . come forward as wel:l," nesses. "I know many small Nd1d1 OsuJUI, (of Afncan -Commissioner Kevin White busl .nesses are concerned about k h said. . contmu e to wor on strengt -th t th t t h Commissioner white, who ., ere urn on e1r mves men ening t e relationship between is. the chalrm' -an o f t h-. e r -this as n9 surprise since he's embraced the Chamber's primary mission, "tq-serve their membejs and the Tainpa community by building _business success. As such, they have become a force to be reckoned ''The Board's focus it to create an environment where diversity is cherished. We place great on differing perspectives while embracing and celebrating differences. McClure is unwavering in his charge to catapult the ethnic, economic, and gender diversity represented in -his Chamber membership. in a Chamber membership. businesses and the communi-0 But I would ask them to conties they serve. Key programs Oversight Committee, satd he .:!;! sider the long-term gains. such as luncheons small busi. was also concerned -about c Look, no one is going to come ness seminars, and instruc-employee moral. .. l> in here and turn their business tiona! courses are just the Cox was 'hired _as the -with as. "the: .. pre_micre Ghamber' in the country." A major drive1 : bqiqg the best iS:, evidenc e d ii1-McChire's de terminati 5 n c ,ontdputions of small and mi n ority-owned businesses in "Since iny app9intment, I've made a pers' onal commitment to help remove some -of the myths and minimize the apa-into an overnight success. beginn\ng of the .many advan" Executive Direc'tor: :in Apri We're about providing busi-tages McClure seeks to secure Chi and entrepreneurs the for Cha.mber members. tools and the relationships can take ovE!r leadership of the needed to increase access to :-play a role in helping_ minority department during-Cox's sus. client' s and services to help busine' ss -owners understand, pension. .. them suceeed for the long that to build a better business, When contacted by th. e term." tliey must walk and-talk in the Senti,nel,-he did The Greater Tampa-same mode as their competi-not wish to comment the Chamber of Commerce will tors. complaint : .:. .--'I BBIIDO BODIE Lifetime Warranty With _Any "ew 2006, Or.20.08 Selected-Models-:-. see -DeaJer For _Deta-ils .:;- (

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. LOCAL 0 0 N 0 ,.. t; :::> :::> c( Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival Solicits Volunteers Mayor To Speak At Next Partnership Meeting >= C( Do you enjoy seeing plans activities that celebrate the African and African-American experience The January 2008 0 come to fruition? Meeting ii: interesting people? Helping u. the co.mmunity? If so, then we invite you to join the on-going planning ; efforts of the Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival Committee. The committee is now in the process of making preparations for the January 2008 festival event. event can be expected to follow in that same spirit and tradition. To become an integral part of the planning experience that will help benefit the overall Tampa Bay community, please come out for the next volunteer orientation meeting. e a:. LL. 0 z c( 0 en w :::> .... 'ft w > w Q w ::c en :i m :::> 11. z ti _, _, :::> m I _, w z i= z w tn c( 0 ii:: 0 _, u. Historically, the. event has provided a variety of entertainment, educational and cultural The meeting will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2007, 9 a. m 2 p. m., University of Specializing lneu *Women's Hats *Men's Hats Men's Tie Sets Women's Suits Accessories Greek Paraphernalia And iVl h M m .: . . . cAtfibBAv!n (813)' '247-195; 2 : .. "Fashion that makes your heart dance!" ,.:: ''Hours Of Operation: 10 a .::m.,. 7:30 p. Monday thru Saturday luther King Blvd. .;_. Tampa, FL, 33604 100 YEARS OF SERVICE: The Alpha Kappa Alpha Stoty In 1908, sixteen African American visionaries at Howard University Alpha Alpha the first bl ack sorority in this ; country. Over the last 100 the proud women of Alpha Kappa Alpha have. proven that s1sterhood and s$rvice. go hand 1n hand . Come leam the story of group of dedicated women 1n a thoughtful new travehng 100 Years of Service: The A1Pf1a Story. of. sisterhood and But hurry, the next 100 years have already begun. : -. __Alp ha Kappa .___,. _._ Strong Women Building Stronger Co,munities EXhibit .... : OPENING 2007 p. m. : . ; John : F .. Germany Public i Ubrary : 900 Ash .. y Drive, Tampa, .. FL, 33602 Lauren Mrs. Carrie Morgan "fted" Hearns Mr. James T I KEN ANTHONY South Florida, 4202 E Fowler Ave., Education Bldg. Room 115. Must RSVP by Wednesday, August 15th To RSVP or for more information, call: 1.888 224.1733 Ext. 143 The 2008 festival event wiii take place January 18 26. Celebrating Tampa Bay's Heart and Soul, the Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, Inc. was founded under the leader ship of commun i ty activist and educator, Dr. Samuel L. Wright. Since 2000 it has existed to bring cultural awareness and unity to the Tampa Bay community and beyond It is currently directed by a Board of whose president is Ken Anthony. On August 14th at 6:30 p m Mayor Pam Iorio will attend 'the East Tampa Revitalization Partnership meeting to give her "State of East Tampa" address .._ The meeting will be held at the Cylus Green Community Center, and the public is encouraged to attend and ask questions. Middleton Aluinni .. Class Of 1958 T?e Class of 1958 monthly business meeting will be held today (Fnday), August 10, 2007 at St. Matthew Child De velopment Center, 3716 E. Lake Ave. The president, John Shipp, is asking all classmates to please be present at 6 p m. Please bring a cov ered dish We're making plans for our sotQ. reunion. For more information, please contact Rose Pearl Gambrell Jones, reporter, (813) ss8-Bs19. J & C CUSTOM GRAPHICS AND DESIGN, L FAMILY REUNION T-SHIRTS BUSINESS PHOTO T-SHIRTS MEMORIAL T-SHIRTS CUSTOM TOTE BAGS ...... INFINITY LENDING All Your Home Loan Needs Refinance Purchase No Bad OK Located Inside The : : : _:: Next To Court./" r : .-' :''. , ; : : . : . : l '1,. Don Your . Money Y 9ur Very : j ;_ .... .\., ; : -i'!. .l . ' .. . ; . . : . .-.-.:.:.: r :':.-/ ; . : Call ; Nowt : .. : ,_ :. .. .. Toll Free:' ' ... 'i

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. SPORTS Baseball Fans Talk About Bonds Breaking Record In June 1982, Barry Bonds was drafted out of Arizona State University by the San Francisco Giants. He didn't sign with them, and in June was selected as the 6th pick in the first round by the Pittsburgh Pirates. On October, 26, 1992, he was granted free agency and he signed with the Giants December 8, 1992. That's how the career of Barry Bonds began. Area baseball fans were asked how they felt when Barry Bonds broke Hank Aaron's all-time homerun record with his 756th homerun Monday night (he's since hit757J. Former high school baseball coach Billy Reed: "I'm glad it's over. It's an amazing feat. I hate to see the Cloudy situation over it. It kind of tarnishes it, but it's still a record and he should be congratulated." HILLY REED co a Cii Reed said 'he remembers when Bonds was at anC:l how much he's changed s ince then. "There are a lot of baseball players toda.v who arc suspect. keep pointing at Bonds all the time is beyond me. "I think what's really hurt Bonds is his disposition toward the media, the fans, and even some of his teammates. He tends to isolate himselffrom everyone." Coach Reed said he thinks Bonds .will pLiy another year, but not for the Giants. "I don't think the Giants will re-sign him. He'll probably .go to an American League team." BILLY FELDER Former Negro League star, Billy Felder: "I'm happy for him. So many are against him. At his age, it's even more remarkable. I don't think baseball is treating him fair, however. "I think Selig (Comn1issioner Bud Selig) and Aaron should have been at the park. No matter what, he will go into the Hall of Fame. ' F .elder said Babe Ruth \Vas an alcoholic, but no one talks about that. 'With almost two months to play, Bonds i sgoing to put the record out of reach I think he'll try it one more THE OF CAMPBELL, STEWART, TWINE year before he quits for good. "Some will look back on this and think it's a great achievement. I was watching television when he tied and broke the record. When he swung, he knew that ball was gone." Kim Mallard and son, James Mallard, Jr. Kim Mallard, mother of James Mallard, Jr., Middleton senior and baseball phenom: "I'm proud of him. None of the allegations about him using steroids has been proven. What it all comes down to is you still have to hit the ball. "Overall, I think baseball has been-fair to him, because they scrutinize all the players. Being famous makes you vulnerable to those kinds of attacks. He's had a lot of pressure on him this year because of the record, and I think he handled it well." Belmont Heights Little League Director, Artis Gambrell, Jr.: "I think this is a monumental achievement. I think 'it's a great accomplishment to have happened in my lifetime. I also want to say I don't agree with the negative alle gati.ons of steroid use. He's I The firm continues to practice in the areas of: Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Probate Labor & Employment Law Worker's Compensation Dependency Family Law Criminal Law The hidng of a lawyet is
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. SPORTS "T1 ::IJ 0 Former Chargers Safety Given 3 Years' Probation On Drug Charge SAN DIEGO --Former Chargers safety Terrence Kiel was sentenced Tuesday to three years probation on a misdemeanor charge of shipping codeine-based cough syrup to Texas. Kiel, who was dropped from the team in March, pleaded guilty _in February to felony and ri1isdemeanor drug-charge s under a plea bargain. San Diego County Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sontag dropped the felony charge because Kiel completed 175 hours of volunteer work and underwent counseling for gambling. "It's baffling that you would take this chance and you do this crime with so much at stake," Sontag told Kiel. "I think you:ve suffered for it." Kiel was led off the prac tice field and arrested in the locker room by Drug Enf(>rcement Administration agents on Sept. 26. The DEA said tlren that Kiel admit-' ted to shipping at least two TERRENCE KIEL parcels of prescription cough syrup, apparently to be mixed with soft drinks to make a concoction known as "lean. Kiel initially faced five counts. He pleaded guilty to felony transportation of a controlled substance -which was dismissed -and to a misdemeanor count of furnishing dangerous drugs without a license. Other charges were dropped. Fulmer Suspends Coker Indefinitely For Rules Violation LAMARCU.SCOKER KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -Tennessee tailback LaMarcus Coker, the team's leader in rushing last season, has been suspended inde-finitely, coach Phillip Fulmer said Tuesday. Fulmer did not say what kind of violation Coker had committed, but referred to an unspecified medical condition. "LaMarcus is a good person and has been diligent working with a medical situation," Fulmer read from a prepared statement after the team's first practice in full pads. "We've worked with him through it, but that doesn't excuse where we are at this point." 813-621-7117 Visit Us At: www.bondautoeast.shO\vauto.eom Next To Family Dollar Store Between 50th & 40th St. 4912 E. Hillsborough Ave., East Tampa Location The Real Wholesale Center All Incomes Considered Fixed Income, SSI, Social Mayweather To Fight Hatton In Las Vegas On Dec. 8 LOS ANGELES -Welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. will defend his title against Ricky Hatton on Dec. 8 in Las Vegas. The site of the fight has not b8en determined, Golden Boy Promotions said Wednesday. It's a matchup of two undefeated fighter.s, who are a combined 81-0. "I am extremely excited to announce Golden Boy's involvement in another boxing extravaganza such as Mayweather vs. Hatton," said Oscar De La Hoya, president of Golden Boy Promotions. "We are proud to continue to provide fans with the best matchups and fights in boxing today." Mayweather (38-0 with 24 knockouts) will be fighting for the first time since his victory over De Hoya in May. "I am the best fighter in boxing today and I'm prepared for any challenge my team puts in front of me," Mayweather said. "And with Ricky Hatton, it's already personal. He has talked and disrespected me so much in the past months that I can't wait to get him in the ring and show him he is not even on my level." Hatton (43-0, 31 KOs), from Manchester, England, has fought once before at 147 pounds, winning the welterweight belt from Luis Collazo in 2006. He moved FLOYD MAYWEATHER, JR. back to 140 pounds and captured his third world title. His most recent victory came in four rounds against Jose Luis Castillo in Las Vegas in June. "It is a dream of every boxer to fight the best boxers in the world," Hatton said. "I respect Floyd Mayweather immensely for his boxing ability and it will be an honor to share the same ring with him. "He is rightly regarded as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world However, I am confident and determined that I will be the first boxer to beat him in the ring and I am looking forward to this fight." Tq.e fight will be shown on HBO pay-per-view. celtics Trying To Lure Reggie Out Of Retire111ent BOSTON --The Boston Celtics have spoken with future Hall of Famer Reggie Miller about coming out of retirement to help the onceproud franchise in its push for an unprecedented 17th NBA title. "I'm always when my name is mention.ed as someone who can still help, an NBA team win a champi. onship," Miller said. "I've had limited discussions with Celtics management about their roster and a potential role for me. At this time, I'm enjoying my role as an a na-lyst with TNT." Reggie 1\llller hnsnt plnyed ptofessionnl bnskcthnll siqcc the NB:\ scnson. .!< )> c G) c (fJ -i ...... ., &c > en m z -4 z m r;-m c: r r m ::::! z "tt c: m r u; % m c m < m ll < -4 c: m en c l> z c ., :::0 c ESPN.com was the first to repoit till' talks. But both sides confirmed the possibili ty that Millet, who will turn 42 this month, would consider l"l'htmi ng for tht' ehanet' at a championship lw nt'\ "L'l' )g won during an 18-ytar ca!"l'L'r. all with till' Indiana ..... Paet'rs. -;J )>

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BABY MENTESNOT DANIEL, JR. Homegoing service for Baby Mentesnot "Lil Krunkman" Daniel, Jr. of 2835 W. Shelton Ave., who passed Sunday, July 29, 2007, Will be held Saturday, August 11, 2007, at 2 p m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Xavier L. Johnson, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park ;::; Cemetery. ..... Mentesnot was born September 28, 2006, in LL Tampa, to the responsibility 0 of Tabitha Michelle z Humphrey and Anthony < "Mentesnot" Daniel. He lived ;::; a short but happy life, during ....., his short tenure here on 0 earth. He touched many lives ffi and will be remembered by :;, his beautiful smile: Though he was too young to accept > Jesus Christ as his Savior, he a: is sure to be an angel in heavW > en. W His grandfather, Rev. Paul c L. Humphrey, Sr., preceded W him in death. X: He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving parents .J Tabitha Michelle Humphre; and Anthony (Mentesnot) a. Daniel; sisters, Fulani and z Amari Daniel and Nijaha i= Feaster; brothers, Chinua and Amandla Daniel; grand.J parents, Eileen Daniel Jones :;, and Christine m (James); special aunts, Linda ..J Chatters (Lar,ry), Trenishia W Brown (Francis); aunts, Z Tolbert (Roy), i= Diana Neverson (Oscar) Z Barbara Daniel (Cecil)' Connie Burton, Mary Towle; < and Gwen Morrow; special 0 uncle, Jr. ii: (Equinda); uncles, Oneil 0 Daniel (Jeanette) .J Constantine Daniel and wife: LL Errol Daniel and wife, Benjamin "Zulu" Marcus, and Calvin Bryant;godmother, Sheryl "Shae" Kelly; special cousins, Emanuel Chatters, Seria Chatters Smith (Gary), Constance, Alexander Chatters, and Charles Smith and a host of other relatives: friends-and loved ones. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel at 1:30 p. m. for the service. MS. ANGELA JEAN THREATTS Homegoing services for Ms. Angela Jean Threatts, age 34, of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, July 29, 2007 will be held this Saturday: August 11, 2007, at 1 p. m. at Vision Before Victory Ministry, 3001 E. Hanna Avenue, with Pastor Steve Jackson, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Angela Jean Threatts was born on December 6, 1972, in Tampa to Mattie Thomas and Herman Threatts, Sr. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. Ms. Threatts was employed as a Sales Representative for Verizon. She leaves to cherish her precious memory: her mother, Mattie Thomas; father, Threatts, Sr.; children, Tareka Norris Larencia Norris, Shimyrah Threatts and Keyvis Moore; aunts, Catherine Esnard Martha Perryman, Mary Davenport, LIZZie Fletcher Elsie Fletcher; uncles, John Threatts, Jr., Harrison (Bud) Thomas, Joseph Fle.tcher and Levon Fletcher; brothers,. James Lanier and wife Glendis, and (Junior) Threatts, II; and a host of cousins, family and sorrowing friends. Visitation for Ms. Angela Jean Threatts begins at 6 p. m. t_his Friday evening at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. John Harmon, LFD, James Harmon, LFD. / A HA.Rl\ioN BURIAL Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers DEACON DENNIS LEE BUGGS Funeral services for Deacon Dennis Lee Buggs who crossed over to be with the Almighty on July 29, 2007 will be held Saturday, August 11, 2007, at 1 p. m. at True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church, 2536 W. Slight Avenue, Rev. Dr. John L. Giles, pastor, Evangelist 'Villiam J. Parker, Pastor of Jesus Miracles Deliverance House Of Prayer, officiating. will be at Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Dea. Dennis Buggs' sunrise was on March 4, 1953 m Qumcy. He was the son of David Buggs and Ester Zigler Jones, and his stepfather was William Jones. The family later relocated to Tampa, where he attended the public schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Hillsborough High in the class of1973. His grandfather, Augusta Zigler; uncle, Augusta Zigler, Jr.; and aunts, Martha Brown Annett Zigler, preceded him in death He leaves to remember and cherish his fondest and most precious memories with: mother, Ester Zigler; 5 sisters, Betty Ann Goldwire Smith, Ester Streater and husband, Wiley, Patricia Blackmon, Deborah Snell and Darlene Cherry, all of Tampa; brother, Peter Clemon and wife, Lillie of Tampa; 5 aunts, Mamie Glover and Hazel Porter of Quincy, Dorothy Zeigler and Sarah Betsy Zigler of New London, Connecticut and Louise Moore of Miami; godbrother, Ezra Watson and wife, Betty; godsister, I very Hannah; stepsister, Rosa Johnson and family; 7 nieces, Zayre Smith Shermeil Brown (Michaei WilliaJDs), Audrey Hills (Jenerald Colston, Jr.), Pamela Brown, Aneissia Jones and Zalinda-Watson all of Tampa; 7 nephews: Audley Hills, Jr., Kevin Smith, Willie Streater Michael Streater, Xavie; Braze)J, Frederick Warren, Jr., and Howard Jr., all of Tampa; 3 great nephews, 7 great nieces, and a host of cousins; spiritual father, Pastor William J. ___ Parker; and a very special t:'. l church family, and a host of -ramiryOwnedandOperaJed-other sorrowing relatives A Tradition Continue.r and friends < Public visitation will be Friday, 10, 2007, at Jesus Miracles Deliverance t!IIIMI.,...!W.AI._.I.I.I. .... House Of Prayer, 6818 N. 2708 E D M m L ht K' J 81 d soth Street, Evangelist r. 1 n ut r lng, r. V William Parker, Pastor, from MEMORIAL PARK Tampa, s-!3 P m. The funeral cortege I CIO ,.. w CJ "A Community Pride" Ph. (81J) 232 Fu (B13) 231-0S21 will form at 212 E. Clinton at 4615 E. Hanna Tampa33610 12:30 p.m. Spaces Monuments Markers Arrangements entrusted to DISCOUNT AVAILABLE l..etou.r.fum'/ y takuareofyour/(llnil y. Jackson Funeral Home. 626-2332 Wearetlteke y toajifleanrlquality.rervice" "A JACKSON SERVICE" THOMAS B. LANGSTON, III (Frukey) FUiieral services for Thomas B. Langsto n III (Frukey), who passed away on August 7, 2007, will be held Saturday, August 1'1, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street, Rev. Abraham Brown, Pastor, First Baptist Church of College Hill, officiating. Interment will be at Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. On August 7, 2007, the Lord saw fit to dim the sunshine of our beloved. That sunshine was Thomas (Frukey) B. Langston, III. Thomas was born to Thomas B. Langston, II and Mae T. CarterLangs.ton on September 25; 1955, m Tampa. He attt:nded the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was loved and cherished by all. He exhibited a ray of light to everyon_ e who had the special privilege of knowing him and whose life he to_uched. Thomas accepted Christ during his time here on earth. He leaves to cherish his memory to: sort's, 'Harold '' Hart, Atlanta, GA, and Dereck Jackson and wife Ashonda .of Tampa; a loving, compassiOnate and devoted mother, Mae CarterLangston of Rochester NY father, Thomas B. II of Tampa; 4 sisters, Gloria J. Hart, Pamela D. Langston, Twanda S Wynter-Dobbs and Michele D. Langston brothers, Elviko D. and Gregory D. Manning, all of Rochester, NY; grandchildren, Dericka and Jamal Jackson; a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews to include, Reamy, Ivy, Tommy, Diamond, Leah, Elviko Jr. Christine, Xavier De..:ard' P rincess, Joshua, Shane Tiffany, Latiesh, Derek: Essence, Samone, Stumalee and Quane, aJI of Rochester NY; and a host of loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Public visitation will be friday, August 20, 2007, at Jackson Funeral .4605 N. 34th Street, from s-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The funeral cortege will form at 10:30 a. m. at. 2914 E. 33rd Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to Jackson Funeral Home. "A JACKSON SERVICE" MS. GREEN I Funeral services for Ms. Joann Green will be held at 2 p. m. on Saturday, August 11, 2007, at Glory Glory Nondenominational Church, 3012 N. 22nd Street, Tampa. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery. Ms. Green was born June 5 1955, in Charleston, South Carolina. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Lettie Mae Simmons and Phillip Green; and her brother James Lee Green. She will be sadly by: her children, Loshell Green (Tyrone), Teiesa Green, Robert Green (Valarie), and Timothy Williams; brothers, Joe Nathan Washington (Bernadette), Eric Best Derrick Best, Richard Lamar' John Hunter, Waymond. Hunter, Nathaniel Lamar. Roderick Campbell and Eari grandchildren, David, Daniel, Latrisha, Jamah, .Brittany,. Crystal, Sierra, Jasmine Naqu!sha, Robin, Ramondo: Rodncka, Ronequa, Alexis, Michael, Jr., Shirtavia, Ashely, Tequila, Shamika, Jasmine, Harzav1ayana, Peaches, Charles, Marshana; great grandchild, Reshenia; aunts, Ala Faye Nelson-Vickers and husband, Betty Washington, Bertha Long, Elouise McCallun, Altha Ring York and Myrah Dwett; uncles, Joseph Washington (Lottie), Herbert Washington (Mary), and Rufus Bellamy and wife; godchildren, Zeneta Lettett (Michael) Starr Lee, Lena Mo'reland, Fields, Tameka Fletcher, Rhonda Jones; special friends Taylor, Donne} aitd Robin Jones, Robin Hughs, Bobby ,Burns and Billy Westone; godmother, Lilly Grandberry; godsislers, Emma Williams an' d Barbiira Steadmon; special cousin ;h}d friend, Angela Jenkins and Arnie Thompson; and a host of other sorrowing nieces and friends. Visitation for Ms, J oainn Green will be held on Friday, August 10, 2007; from 6-8 p.m. at Glory Glory Nondenominational Church, 3012 N. 22nd Street, Tampa. Services entrusted to Morning Glory FuneraJ.Chapel of St. Petersburg. Serving Tumpu, St. Pete and Surnmnding Arcus o/ $;,.,

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DEACON CLARENCE NELSON LARRY -On Sunday, Augusts, 2007, God found it best to call Deacon Clarence Nelson Larry from labor to reward. Homegoing celebratory services for Deacon Clarence Nelson Larry will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2007, at 11 a. m. at First Missionary Baptist Church, 6720 County Road 579, Seffner, Rev. Nathaniel Love, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Mayberry Cemetery in Seffner. Deacon Larry was horn on December 7, 1948, in to Mr. C&irl W. Larry and Hattie Thompson 'Villiams. Clarence graduatcd from Brandon High School in 1967 and went on to serve his country in the United States Air Force with a tour of duty in Korea. He worked at the Veterans Hospital for ten yea-rs, Hillsborough Cou!}ty Parks and Recrcation and Spehews, Cal'l H. Chambers; devoted friends, Claretha Cotman, Mary McDonald, Wallace McDonald, Cora Turner, Y\'onne, Lynch, Sharon Lancaster, Judy, James Andrews (Pat), Claude Jones and Chris and Marilyn Henry (special and caregivers), and a host of other relatives friends. Mrs. Jennings was born on March 12, 1944, in Cordele, Gc01gia, to the late Elmer Dorsey and Emma Riles Dorse.y, She relocated to Tampa in 1961, where she lived until her demise. Recently she becarpe member of 34th street Church Of God M1s. Jennings was a <;_aregiyf-!1". Tfle'lemains will froill'i i-'9 Jl m. August '-: d '2oo7; at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. The ft.mral cortege will arrange f1om 2929 N. 18th 'Street. 'Friends a1e asked -to a ssemble at the church at approximately 3:45 p.m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE" MR; JAMES EDWARD ROBINSON, SR. Funeral' services for Mr James Robinson, Sr. of 915 Maydell Drive, Tampa, who passed away on .August 6, 2007, will be held Saturday, August 11, 2007, at 2 p m. at First Baptist Church Of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street. The pastor, Reverend' Abraham Brown, will officiate. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery with military hon-FUNERALS_ MR. JAMES EDWARD ROBINSON, SR. MRS. ORAL LEE SMALL ors. member of The Bay City Elks He is survived by: his wife, Temple 158 Of The I.B.P.O. Rosetta Robinson; 2 sons, Elks Of The World, and The James E. Robinson, Jr. Disabled American Veterans (Tanya) of Seffner, and Tampa Chapter #4. Marvin Robinson of Las She is survived by: childr_en, Vegas, NV; 3 grandchildren, William H. Small, Jr., Jasmine, Delray and Jamea Raymond Small and devoted Robinson, all of Tampa; 4 daughter, Carolyn Small and siblings, Josephine Gipson husband; grandchildren, (Leroy) of Miami, Willie T. Raymond Johnson, Jr., Robinson (Pearline) of Deleci. a Small, Bettye Elaine Manning, SC, Mary L. Brown Porter, and Calvin Johnson; of Marietta, GA and Henry 16 great grandchildren and 2 Robinson (Loubertha) of great, great grandchildren; Manning, SC; 8 brothers-in-sister, Dorothy McDonald; MS. CHERYL JUDGE TIMMONS (Rudolph); Kameelah Timmons and Brandi Timmons, all of Tampa; a devoted grandmother, Ms. Rosetta Judge; mother, Gwendolyn Smith and hus-band, Calvin of Ft. Pierce; grandchildren, Yakira, Oshaun, Regenae, Markelious, Kamden, Asyah, Symaya and Malik; 3 broth-ers, Calvin Smith, Jr. of Tallahassee, Gregory Smith and wife, Consuela of Ft. Pierce, and Raymond Judge "'T1 JJ 0 )> c G> c (j) ....j ..... 0 1\J 0 0 --.1 law, 9 sisters-in-law; and a brother-in-law, Jake host of nieces and nephews Johnson of Ft. Myers; and a too many-to name; cousins host of nieces, nephews, and friends. cousins and other sorrowing A native of Manning, South relatives in Tampa,. Carolina, Mr. Robinson relo-Mulberry, Sarasota, Arcadia cated from Orange, New and Ft. Myers; friends, neigh-and wife, Ronda; aunt, Rosaline Judge Ross; 3 "TT uncles, Russell Judge, r Herbert Bolen and Thomas 0 Judge; 2 nieces, Tiffany and ::0 Jamilah; 2 nephews, Jaden a and Bredin; cousins,:Ardrea -Cannedy and hu-sband, CJ) Theodore, Ophelia Bolen, Yolonda Waitress-and hus-::j band, Walter, Derek Capers, z Kenneth .Capers, Recardo m Capers an-d wife, Belinda, r;Judge, Jabori aJ Judge, Jelani Judge, Zakiya C:. Judge, Marjorie-Judge and J=; William Judge; Jersey to the Tampa Bay area bors, members of St. L1;1ke 32 years ago. Hewas a mem-AME Churcli, Bay City Elks her of First Baptist Church of Temple 158,-Of The I.B.P .0. College Hill, where he was Elks Of The World, The affiliated with The Security Disabled American Veterans Ministry, Promise Keepers Tampa Chapter #4, Inc. and And Usher Board. Mr. The Young At Heart Seniors' Robinson was a veteran of Ministry. the United States Army. He The remains will repose retired in 2001 from Uucent. from 5-9 p . m. and the family Techn'6Idgies after 35 years will receive friends-trom 7-8 ofemployment. Hewasalso p.m." today __ at: a 33 Degree Mason. : . Wilson Funeral H .ome, locat-: The remains will repose ed at 3000 N. 29th Street, from 5-9 Jl m and a wake Tampa. Friends are asked to will be held from 8-9 p.m. on : assen:tble a t the church at Frlday,.August 1 .0,. 2007, at approximately 10:45 a.m. on .Marjorie Ptoin-ce; ana. n u mer-. :ous' other: cousins, relativesand friends"among whom are, Triniece Judge, Betty Wainwright, Regjn: a Balkman-Jenkins, 'Fa-ye Holmes,. Evelyn Henderson TarigySmall;. _and the_sE Nursing 'Unit at Univer.sjty Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 Saturday. N. 29th Street. Friends are "A WILSON'S SERVIC.E" asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 .' p.m. on Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" .. MRS.-ORAL LEE SMALL Homegoing service for Mrs. Oral Lee Small will be held on Saturday, 11, 2oo7, at St. Luke A.M.E.-Church, 2709 N. 25th Street, Tampa, at 11 a. m., Reverend Ronald Dale officiating. Interment will be at MemoriafPark Cemetery immediately, follo-wing the service. Mrs. Oral Lee Small, 87 years old,, of:I:ampa, was a true servant of the LoJ."d and made journey to be with o" Friday, Au'gust 3 ; 200. 7, .in the car e of flosp,ice Of Cape Coral.. Oral Lee atteqded the public schools of Hillsborough County, and after marriage; together with husband, William H. Small, Sr., operated a furniture upholstery business under the name of Small's Upholstery from the early 1950s until 1962. She was later employed by the University Of Florida in Gainesville, as a nutritionist in-the Tampa area until retirement due to her health. Oral Lee was a faithful member of St. Luke A.M.E. Church for over 6o years, where she. faithfully served as u Stewardess and with the Rose Nimmons Missionary Society. She was also a MS. CHERYL JUDGE TIMMONS Community Hospital; Fletcher. Ms. Timmons was born on April 11, 1956. She attended Funeral services for Ms. schools in Cheryl Judge Timmon, s of County af\d graduated 361 5 E ; Ellicott Street, Chamberlain HigJt _School in who passed away on 1975. Cheryl was a compas-Monday, July 30, 2007, will sionate and caring person be held on saturday, August loved her children and 11, ioo7 at 11 a. m. at Beulah her family: She w as beaut_iful Baptist Institutional Church; both inside and out. Cheryl 1006 W. Cypress Street, had many friends and family Tampa, of which the h 1 d h d n Reverend Dr. w. J. Favorite w 0 ove_ er an WI rrss het: very much. is theyastor, ofticiatinl? and The remains _will repose Rosahne will ?e from 5 9 p. m. with a wake the eulogist. Interment will d f-'1 "R t H -from 6-7 p. m. Fr1 \H ow 111 -es aven 'V'I Memorial Park Cemetery. ':, .August 10, 2 ,00. 7, l!t son M T' . d d fune_ral Home. . , s. ,pre1-!e e THERE WILL BE NO VIE\\'- 111 tleath by: her grandfather, lNG AFfER THE EULOGY James Judge; uncles, ,. Reverend Frank Jackson and The funeral cortege \\. 111 Wallace J:udge' ; and aunt, arrange 970. 8 21st Lillian Bolen. Street. Friends are asked _to_ She leaves to cherish mem-assemble at the chlll:ch at orjes o f her: s 'on, James on Hart Jr: 3 daughters, Saturday. : Timmons "A WILSON 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 3369 6 Ph: (813) Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net r -z.-"0 c: IJJ r c;; :::1: m c m < m ::0 -< -t c: m en c z c "TT ::0 c ..... (0 I )>

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0 N 0 ,... c a: LL. z c( c tn w :l .... > a: w > w 0 w :::t: tn ::J m :l 0.. z i= w ...J ...J :l m I ...J w z i= z ..... w tn c( c a: 0 ...J LL. N w CJ . MEMORIAMS PASSING OF A TAMPA NATIVE FRANKIE DIDLEY, a.k.-a., BO DIDLEY, FRANKIE D. And SOLDIER January 28, 1947-August 4, 2007 Frankie Didley was raised in Tampa in the College HiJI Projects. Mr. Didley passed away while under the care of Hospice of Sun City (Coral Team). He leaves to mourn his passing: lifetime friend, Patricia Morris; mother, Annie Bunch; sisters, Mary Isaac, and. Carolyn and Sherman Brown; brother, John Didley, Jr.; and other sorroVJi.ng falnily members. .IN MEMORIAM MRS. PHEOBIE PITTMAN JOHNSON 4/21/19**-8/12/2002 We love you and miss you. We thank God for the precious memories that still linger. Annie R. Brown and family. news education religion business health sports famity entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 8 1 3 248-1921 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM CEDRICK DURHAM To a wonderful father, son, brother, uncle, cousin and friend. We want you to know how much you mean to us: Your caring ways come shining through in all you've done, making our life a better place, making us a better person. With love, from all of us. REMEMBERING YOU ON YOUR BIRTHDAY, AUGUST 12TH J.B.GREEN As much as we miss you, always be with us. Dorothy H. Green, family and friends. WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU ESSIE MAE WHITE 3/20/41-8/9/06 It has been a long hard year without you being here. We miss you and love you. Your kids, family and friends. IN MEMORIAM ATIY. GEORGE W. BUTLER, JR. 12/29/44-8/8/01 He is deep in our hearts and will continue to be there, warmly, as long as there is life within us. -Wife, Gwen; daughter, Kasongo and grands IN MEMORIAM COUR1NEY TATYANA SHAKIRA LAWRENCE 1/17/2003-8/11/2004 It hasn't been the same since you left and not what we were expecting when He took your pain away, but I guess He needed you more. Thank you for all the love you gave to us and can't wait _to see you again. Love forever and always. Your family. -------------------------"----------IN LOVING MEMORY OF MS. MILDRED RICHBURG Sunrise: December 6, 1939 Sunset: August 7, 2006 Losing someone that we love, the loss can be hard to be11r. But God watches over and comforts us, the grief He helps to share. Precious memories how they linger. It has been one year since God called you home. But it seems like yesterday. You are truly loved and deeply missed. With love, Mr. Jessie Stuckey. IN MEMORIAM CHAUNCEY TRIPLETT 4/30/01-7/15/07 Rejoice in my passing as you did at my birth, as I am with my Maker resting in peace. To all my family, flea market friends, Betsy and Mann, you will be missed. Much love to: my mom, Rhonda; grandmothers, grandfather, aunts, uncles and cousins. Keep my parties going. Be blessed . SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISER : S ... [-------"Remember Them As They Were" i --Creative Eye Catching -Realistic Monuments Quality Products At. Great Prices Superior Engraving Done By Experienced Mastercraftsmen Always Dependable & Reliable MONALIS MONUMENTS (813) 810.0301 Fax (813) 242-4194 3202 East M.l.K. Blvd. Tampa f; I MLKB*Ii -! H M-F 9-5 Sat 10-5 Sun. 11-4 Teryl 6r Roullnda Aikens Serving The Tampa Bay Area For Over 24 Years We Credit Cords

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,.... 0 0 N 0 ,... c a: u. c z c:t c en w ;:) ..... -w > w c w ;:) Q. z ffi _, _, ;:) m ..:. w z j:: z w en c:t c a: 0 _, u. = CAR D OF THANKS= STATE I NATIONAL ----CARD OF THANKS \ It is often difficult to eXpress the full measure of what.it means to have loving friends, neighbors, church family and a retirement community family to comfort you and share with you during yoqr time of bereavement. : The family of the late Willie "Edom" Barnes extends our sincere appreciation and will always be grateful for all of the love, kindness, visitation, telephone calls, cards, plants, flowers and food, during the illness and death of our loved one. Special thanks to: Rev. MR. WILLIE 'EDOM' BARNES great comfort in knowing you all were right by our side. God bless each of you in a very special way and bring you peace. Freddie Roberts and Emanuel Missionary Baptist Church congregation, River Pines Retirement Facility, Florida Nationa.J Cemetery Staff, and Ray Williams Funeral Home. We, as a family, found Sincerely, the Barnes, Elijah, Stanbuck and Hobley families. Mother Fears For Missing Daughter's Safety SHANTELLORDE .. On July 31st, Shantel I.orde asked if she could go out onto the porch of her home Jo get somet!hing she had dl'opped, About 4 or s minutes and her father wei) t to, -see what wa's her so long. She was gone, and hasn't been seen since. 14, has been reported missing by her parents, and law enforcement agencies have been contacted. Her mother, Mattie Jordan, said her daughter has never done anything like this before. "She's an excellent student and has never been a problem in school or at home. That's why we're so worried that sometbing may have happened to her." Anyone knowing the where. abouts of Shantel Lorde is a .sked to contacted the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office at (813) 247-8200, or 1the Tampa Police Department at.(813) 276-3200.' FAMUCiose To H iring New Law Dean Although trustees must okay the candidate, Florida A&M University's troubled law school is dose to naming a new dean. It was announced that Leroy Pernell, currently the law dean at Northern Illinois University, has accepted FAMU's offer. All that waits is approval from the board of trustees. On Tuesday, Northern Illinois created confusion when a news release was issued, saying Pernell will assume the deanship of the Orlando campus in January. However, that statement was incorrect, because Pernell's appointment can't be finalized until trustees meet September 13th FAMU's law school has been with a permanent dean since 2005 when former interim president Bryant fired Percy Luney in an alleged ghost-employee scan dal. The schoql has been operating under a provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association. With ABA officials slated to visit in October, there are ongoing concerns about low bar passage rates, faculty qual ity and disillusioned students. Pernell's proposed salary will be $250,000 annually. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA "SENTINEL ADVERTISERS ADette's Mamaeatl 2301 N.140th St. Tampa, FL (813)238-6531. Fax (813}242-8524 annettesmonument@earthlink.net r----------------------The Entire Bay Area. We Provide A Large Selection For Memorial Needs. TV One To Air State Of The Black Union Symposium Silver Spring, MD Beginning Sunday August 1 2 at 6 PM (ET), TV One will air a series of three one-hour specials highlighting best-selling Covenant with Black America movement founder and talk show host Tavis Smiley's Eighth Annual State of the Black Union_ designed_ to take a historical look at the influence and imprint of African Americans on America as the nation com memorates the 400th anniversary of the first permanent English settlement in Jamestown. In the Aug. 12 special, enti tled "Jamestown ... 400 Years Later," a panel of exp e rts discusses the link between the nation's first African American settlers 400 years ago and the African American community of today. Participants include the Rev. AI Sharpton, actor/producer Tim Reid, former ABC news TAVIS SMiLEY ' correspondent and current NPR host Michel Martin, radio person.ality Tom Joyner, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, Judge Glenda Hatchett, Congressman Keith Eilison .of Mirinesota, former Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder ;.md Radio One found e r and chai1 ; p e rson Catherine Hughes. This week's hour repeats en Wednesday, August 1 5 at 1 PM. NFL And NBA Greats Score Big By Landlng 18 Burger King Restaurants /' Miami, FL :--Burger King Corporation (NYSE: BKC) announced the a ddition of several new franchisee i1ivestors from the National Fo9tball League (NFL) and NationaL Bas ketball Association (NBAl Recently, 18 BURGER KING restaurants in Norfolk and Richmond Va., w ere acquired by the following football and basketball stars: Marcus Allen, a professional football Hall of Farner ; Caron Butler, of the Washington Wizards; Donnie Edwards, of the Kansas City Chiefs; Kevin F;llllk, of the New England Patriots; and Michael Strahan, of New York Giants, along with other investors that make up a new company, Ramsell Dining, LLC . Ramsell Dining LLC, which is primarily owned b y minority investors is the newest minoritYown-ed frai1chise group to j oi1i the BURGER KING sv s tem. .Ramsell ope-rating partner will be GEO George Miller, who was BKC' s v i c e presi c lent northw e st r e gion f o r 13 years knows the ins and out s of running all ke-y major function a l (operations, marketing and development) of the business BKC has be e n honoied t o be incli.tded on such promin e ut list s as Top 1 o o Companies for African-Americans from Black Pl'ofessio .nals magazine, ' Ton 100 Companies for African. Americans to Work from Black MBA Magazine aild Top 25 Franchises for Hispani c s ' from Hispani c Tr e nds. ---F Y I ======= Human Relations Board Meeting Planned The Hillsborough County Human Relations Board will meet Tuesda)!, Aug. 14. at Noon in Conference Room Bon the 26th Floor of County Center, 6o1.E. Kennedy Blvd., in downtown Tampa For more information, contact Gail Williams, Human Relations, at 272-6554. -IAttorlley Eric r. Taylof l --------J CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 259-4444 Jo'ormcr As.o;t. Attorney Gcncrul for Florldu Former Hillsborough County l,rosccutor 'l11e hiring of a lawyer is an imporl;ml d<..'Cisi() lllh a l should n o l he based solel y upon Bcfc m:! you dct.:it.:dc ask u s lo s end you fre e Wlillen inl(mnalimi ahoul our and exi)ericnt.:c

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,_ ..._-.-. -_, '" .... .-. "'o-A "",.. ., .- e .- .-- a ,_ -. a a_. "' a. -a -.-,.. Second Suspect In N.J. \ Slayings Surrenders NEWARK, NJ --A 15year-old boy and a man were in custody and facing murder charges Thursday in the exe cution-style killin g s of three colleg e students and WOI,lnding o f another in a school yard shooting The teenager was arrested We'dn-esday night; and the 28cyear-old surrendered Thursday, -authoritie. s said. Officials earlier the adult suspect 1 was 31. Mayor Cory Booker said fingerprint and ballistics evidence tied the man, Jose Carranza, to-the crin1e. Carranza turned himself in on three counts of-first degree murdet, one count of attempted murder and other charges. Authorities said robbery appeared to be the motive, discounting speculation crin1e may have been gang. or race rdated. Top (1-r): lofemi Hightower and Dashon Har,ey. Bottom (1-r) Terrance 'Aeriel and his sister, \,ho suni,ed, about the shootings, Booker Shot At Close Range said. The killings brought _Three -of 'the vi -ctims --publiCity to the Terrance Aedel, 18, dty, which has struggled for Dash on Harvey, 20, rind years-with viofent crime. High-tower, 20, Residents and iaw enforcefbiced to kneel against mcnt organizations a \\;all and shot at close donated $150,000 to aid the range. The fc)Ur.th, victims' and to a old Natasha -Aeriel, reward fund . ; All four victims were plansurvaved a wound to her-ning -to a.ttend. Delaware head nnd is hospitnlizcd. State this fall. Dcsr)itc being ungcr seda-Instead, three were to be ti91 : _at times, Natasha, buried Satl!rday in separate Ae_t_iel has been services. .,. \Vi.th i nt(n m d tion ., Sket_ch Relea$ed Of Woman--Found . . . Dead In Ditch HO.UST-'ON lnvesti-.. Children pr-ogators re-leased a sketch Quccd a digiWedncs'day of a t'al sketch of found dead in a ditch in the' -the W'oman's Tibpe ; Hidt c _a.-1 help face tha(loQks J;.ocal 12 similar to a ,-:., : photograph . County sheriffs R The wearing N ,at_iqta"cr Uccnte5 f d r J!p ari:i,ber:"colote' d ring, a .nd -Exploitq d deputies .. ' ,/. i . 'i '!"" ;' .: .... .. -.. __ -?: .. vicE OPEN 24 hrs :' ; Tampa; Ft .. 33604 Tele: ._: Cell: (81 3)-493-8387 .. ... -CRIME NEWS Bank Robber Being Sought .. Surrveillance Photo Supsect Bank Robber. ST. PETE.RSBURG-St. Petersburg Police are asking for help in finding a man they said robbed the SuriTrust Bank, 3100 Avenue, on Wednesday evening. Police said' a man walked into the bank, passed a note to a teller demanding money, and implied he had a weapon. Although no weapon was seen, police said the suspect got the cash and fled the area oil foot. The suspect is described as a Black male, 35 to 40 years old, and weighing between 180 and 200 pounds. Suspect Soeaght In Attack On Elderly Woman ST. PETERSBURG -St. Pet.e .rsburg Police are searching for a man who brutally beat and robbed an 82-year-old woman in her home. Police said Shirley lves got -a knock on her door 8:30 p.m. Tuesday night.. She the peephole o f.' he'r fr.ont aoor a -nd told police tl-ie n-l'an 'di'd' pot appear threate_ n ing. Wl}et1 she ope n ed the doo,r; police :;aid the-pushed his way inside, beat her and ti'ed her up. The .attacker' 'took 'tl1e. . -, ., .. 'l th,rlt _containe d credit': cards and $so: M s Iv'es was t b a Teenager Arrested On Robbery, Firear1n Charges Tampa Police have arres t ed a 16-year-old on charges of armed robbery andcarrying a concealed firearm Police said Tuesday night, Matthew Savage and sev eral others took a 14-year-old teenager's jewelry at gunpoint in the 2400 block of Belmont Heights Estates. After the robbery, police said Savage fired several shots into the air, and every one fled. Officers heard the gunfire and responded to the area. They were told about the armed robbery and were given a description of the suspect. Police searched the area and reported observing a Black male in the 2600 block of East Chelsea Street on the handlebars of a bicycle being propelled by another Black male. Savage met the description of the robbery suspect and officers saw the handle MATIHEWSAVAGE of a handgun in Savage's pocket. -Th. e officers ordered Savage to the. ground. He fled on foot and tossed the handgun onto the ground. Officers captured Savage_ and recovered the handgun. In addition, Savage was charged with discharging a firearm d n public aiid resisting arfest-violence. :!:::, Free Serl'ices Offered To Clients -o Job Refl'errals -Referrals F()r o Re-establishing ConYicted Felons Voting Rights (813) 664-0404 5005 Martin Luth -er Jr. Blvd. (I cast oi SOt11 street) ... BONDS ; ,We'll Get You Out Quick ... '-., .So Yc;>. u Won; t N. Ste. 13 .. Tampa 7 --ortice __ Darrell I 1 ocaJ. ita I where -she's reported to be in good condition suffering from internal bleeding and other i hjuries : said susp'ec(ii:i a Black_ t 1 1ale witl-i blood ter his *haki, from a:tta F k ,_-Tl:ie investigation i s -: :, (8J3} : .:: fst_ "T1 Jl c )> c C> c CJ)

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Members of the legal community gathered recently for the 82nd Annual National Bar Association Convention Among the activities was the Induction of several attorneys into the organization's Hall OfFame. The induction ceremony was held during the Hall Of Fame Luncheon in Atlanta, Georgia, on Friday, August 3rd. Among those inducted into the Hall Of Fame was Tampa Attorney Warren Hope Dawson. Attorney Dawson was chosen for the honor as a result of his significant contributions to the cause of justice during his 40-year tenure as an attorney. He has been the recipient of numerous forms of recogni tion as a Civil Rights lawyer, a community advocate, and a leader in the organized bar association. Native Tampan, Judge Barbara Mobley-Savage, State Court of DeKalb County, was among those in attendance at the induction ceremony. Attorney Dawson served as the attorney of record for more than 27 years in the school desegregation case of Manning vs. The School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida. His legal work in that case served to enhance and equalize the public education for thousands of children. A native of Mulberry, Florida, Attorney Dawson attended the public schools of Polk County. After atirig high school, he enrolled at Florida A & M University, where he earned his undergraduate degree. He continued his education at Howard University, where he earned his law degree He is married to Joan Brown Dawson and they have one daughter, Wendy Dawson Bostic. Attorney Lorenzo Williams, partner of Attorney Willie Gary, was among those in attendance at the induction ceremony. Among those in attendance at the induction ceremony were Tampa native Andre White and State Senator Arthenia Joyner. Attorney J. 0 . Wyatt, former County Commissioner of Fulton County, Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Thelma Wyatt Cummings, Mrs. Joan Dawson, and the honoree, Attorney Warren Hope Dawson. Hillsborough County Attorney Renee Lee is shown with Hillsborough County Commissioner and Mrs. Kevin White at the induction ceremony. Among those in attendance at the luncheon honoring attorneys induction into the National Bar Association's Hall of Fame were from left to right: Plant City Attorney Ken Glover, Attorney Willie Gary, Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin White, and Evander Holifield, former Heavyweight Champion of the World.

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c a: u. c z <( c U) w t-> a: w > w c w l: U) :J m a. z ;:::: w ..J ..J m ...J w z ;:::: z w U) <( c a: o ..J u. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS CORNElL DURHAM CORNElL DURHAM This wish is sent to tell you how specia:l you are to so many peo ple. Hope this birthday is as wonderful as you are. We know that we can always count on you through thick and thin, good times and bad. Please know that we would do anything for you in reh1rn With love from, family and fri ends ROCO, PIGGY, TOOT, ClARA, COOL-C, MOM (MZ. RENE) And YYONNY We would like to wish our mother a happy birthday! Love, your six soldiers. ., LAS'HETAJ. BARNES ( r..as &Siia J and LaSh eta J. Barnes, happy birthday to our lovely twins : Mom and Dad . .. --. SUPERVISOR LOVELY BRIDGEITE AndDE'ZANI 8-12-2007 appy Birthday Zoogie ZACCARI And ANTUAN Happy birthday to my big brother, Zoogie. From, Lil Tuan, Sakiyah, mommy and daddy. HOLLIS SIMMONS Birthday wishes go out to my best friend, my strength and my pride. I am truly blessed to haveyou. birthday. Love, Tammy B .RIDGEITE, BE'XA, MARl, TWINS And.:DE'ZANI. UESTIONS? . \ -We H a e A n s w e r s HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE? . ... Call us at (813) 272-5850 or IT Is EAsy! an on 04r or Visit yotir public library!

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. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Happy Birthday DR. FRED LIPSCHUTZ Birthday wishes are being sent out to Dr. Fred Lipschutz, from the staff at Northside. Love, Tasha, a.k.a., Thickalicious. MEKA Happy birthday Meka. From your fiance, Ke\'in. Who's That Girl? JAZZMINE K.ANDERSON Jazzmine will be celebrat ing her 2nd birthday with fam ily and friends at Rowlett Park tomorrow, 8-11-07 at 2 p. m. in Booth #213. So come out and party with us. We love you and happy birthday, Auntie Jacki W., Jay Jay, Quincy, Jake and Lexi. Missing you Toni on your birthday Love you always, Meka and family. A :QuQlitY Daycare More .. Caring For Our Now Accepting Applications Two Locations . 816 E Genesee Street q, 2708 N . Central Ave } . . Just Minutes from Downtown '(813)231; 2?s9 'c).., C... VPK ProvuJer . . : . VPK: Program (Free for 4-year-olds who are 4 on or before September of the school year. We teach all thildren at our centers from infants to school age Do you for a o8ycare that has a loving and caring environment? It Do you wish a Daycare that focuses on higher learning for your child? Do you wish for teachers that are ready to teach, Jove and nurture you child? Comejoiri our family stop .by and visit with us anytime. We invite you. to come by and visit our center. Serving Children years old' CTA431616 Happy 1st Birthday DEREYONA BAITY Happy birthday to our Pook Pook, who is now a year old. She will be celebrating with family and friends on Saturday at Chuck E. Cheese. She is the beautiful daughter of Tika and Dirty. is what it is, so you can wipe her down." We love yqu. DEMETRIS, JR. Poppi, "yesterday" I asked mommy, were you still coming on that train ... "Today I asked her again and she told me that "tomorrow" will make it clos er But even though you're so far away on this special day, I know when it's over we will have lots of time to play. Happy birthday. Love, your family. Lil Bill it's also a blessing that you're tuning 3 on 8-17. You s till bring laughs and joy to the family who's watching you grow. Love comes in a bundle. Mommy, Poppi, family and friends Maintenance/Custodial Workers Needed Please stop by the office 'to c;omplete an appl .ltatlon . Thlrty-Fourth Str.eet Church of God 3000 N. 34th Street Tampa, FL 3 3605 813-248-6548 c;>r call Alton Kemp; Facilities Manager for more details 813-299-0705 MAJOR, III, MAJOR, IV And MYRON JANE And MAJOR Happy birthday is being sent out to Major "Lucky" Bloom, who turned a year older on August 9th. Coming from your family, the special lady in your life. Also, a happy birthday to his son, Bloom, IV, whose birthday is August13 th . . Y'all enjoy your day. We love y'all. TAZZ And CHRISTIAN 'IWILA Wishing my baby a happy birthday on 8-8-07. And her godson, Christian, a happy birthday on 8-5:.07 . Love you always. Mother and KaLaya. Glamorous .. <:a'll Us Fo.: More lrifo ., :n c > c: C) c: en -i 9 N 0 ., r 0 ::D 6 > en m z -i z m ':'" m c: r r m -i z -oc: m r c;; :::c m c m < m ::D < ..... : c: m en > Z C ,., ilJ 6 .,

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..... 0 0 N 0 a: LL. 0 z < c en w ::> 1-> a: w > 0 w c w ::t: en ::::i m ::> Q, Ill I w -ALL ABOUT YOU! RYAN MCCALL First Baptist Church of Progress Village drummer and Riverview 1-Jigh quar terback is off to Manchester College in North Manchester, Indiana. Wishing you much success. God bless you. Love, family and friends. Happy Anniversary August 6th MR. And MRS. WALTER (VALENCIA) HOLMES, III Love you honey, love you too, baby. Now thatsays it all. Clifford--And Marvis Mandy's 25th Anniversary (L-R) APRIL MANDY (daughter), CU;FFORD MAND:Y MARVIS MANDY, ... ,And K:E:Nl:.A"'lOUS GF.lOI:ST'ON (grandson) Now!!! l)isctJunt Early Registration .'All About You' MR. SAMUEL COOPER I'm a very honest man look ing for some beautiful women to write. If you're looking for someone that's loving, under standing, caring and strong, write me. Send a picture of yourself. Mr. Samuel Cooper, 17471-004, P. 0. Box 1033 ; USP #1, Coleman, Florida, 33521. Daddy's Little Girl Happy birthday MaMa, August 11th. Love always, Tony, Nothela, Suge andTonio. . . .':New Ministries, Inc. 405 :Clreg9n j\ve. FL 33606 (813) 25 I -630:1 lll!l!tifll'.!, / .. \( ) uur/1 ()ut-()f ... School rn1nr ({)ST) Prograrn .' 0 lfyo_ u haV.e oop:wbnderilig how yotir child will be spending fheir_ time .after school f9r the the school year 2007-2008, don't worry .. n,mnn New Salem Out Of School Time Ministries Is What You Need Tutoring Mentoring Helping With Homework Snack .-Secured Playground Certified Teachers Pre-Registration is FREE u!Jiil August 1Oth, afterwards regiration is $10.00 per application and the program is $25.00 per week. There is a gas fee of$25 .00 per household, per week if all children are nttending the same school. If siblings are attending a different school, it is $25.00 per location. Example, If you have three (3) children and two attend one school and the other another sch<;>ol, that would be a totnl of$50 .00 per week. If they nil attend the same school it will be $25.00 per week. SIGN UP TODAY!!!! When The Sun Shines, We Shine Together MR. And-MRS. JACKSON Birthday wishes are going out to my wi.fe on her 30th birthday We will be celebrating at the Zanzi tonight with the Godfather. So, come party like a rock star, live like trap stars and after the bash, we're going to ... like a ... stars . . .. ,'-. ........ ':" .. ... ._ ... Y.":.' <:-::-. ._ ... ; . . .... I < 0 .!". ..... --. Yes, it's best. Don't forgeho' dial (813) fil;'St. ; :. '. -:>" . : _._ :': . . . Torugiit.it's goirig down. F(ee : freefood / free to .getin . : . . . ..... . ,. . . : : : . . . -; -... ........ . ....... I ... > _:._: __ ' -. :,.., ..... ; : : : ) . : ><.:. When: Tue5day; August 14 2007 Where: New Hope M. B. Church 3005 E Ellicott Str.eet Tampa, FL 33610 Rev.Dr.TW Jenkins, Pastor Time: 5:30 7:30 p.m. "Making the Connection for Student Success" School supplies available for the First 200 students. Phone (813) 236-3611 for further information.

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RELIGIOUS : ., BY REV. RICKY WIGGS It's All On Youl We are living in a time be responsible for the sins of when people must learn to the son. This reminds me of accept responsibility for their the old saying, "Every tub own actions and life consemust sit on its own bottom". quences. Regardless of the This means that regardless of outcome of their decisions, what the father does, the soul only one person can be ultiof the son will not be in jeop mately responsible and that is ardy. the individual. The world and The people cannot use what our surroundi-ngs can be a the generation did before better place when every perthem as an excuse. Too often son accepts responsibility for many people continue to their actions. think that they are being pun-God makes us responsible ished because of what their for our own actions. Your parents have done. Some blessings or coursings rest parents go so far as to blame solely on you. Where you their difficulties on their chilspend eternity depends on dren. These verses let us your decisions and actions. know that this is not and This is the message God should not be the case. Each sends to the people. Ezekiel person's situation is their records these words in his own. Each person's life is writings in chapter 18 vers-what they make it. es 4, 20-23,30-32. If people live a righteous God lets everyone know that life, righteousness will follow. all souls are His (vs. 4). The Regardless of the lifestyle of soul of the father is His; the others around them or con soul of the son. is His. There nected to them, their rightis only one person who con-eousness is what counts. trois the souls of people and Those persons who practice that is God. The father does wickedness will suffer the not control the soul of the son consequences of a wicked nor the daughter. The mothlifestyle er does not control the soul of. A person who is a practithe daughter nor the son. t1oi1ei:'of wickedness cannot God controls them all! .with God. God lets them know that the ... beca_us e someoriearound soul of .. the person who r'ighteousriess. '(vs. 4bJ. Tluit'_is w if rh,o1d .eac_ h person wai_-ning to the_ they wpl knQw the ,Th.is fqrces each individual to quences of their soul. if thy co. nsidei their own choices. sin The a _sin.-a righteous ful soul is d 'eath. The only God, He extends an opportuperson w.h6 can judge .. the. nity for the per-son who sins soul is dod. . to the.ir behavi.or . In .G.o, d it G_od. did declare thata person clear about soul responsibjli- whf> si ns wjll die. In .verse 21 ty. The son shan n.ot be. Hesa' )is tha t 'if'fhitperson responsible for the sins or'the turns away from their sin father and the father shall not will not die. The key Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship 11 a.m. PraYer Service Wednesdar 7 p.m. Study of the Bible Wednesday 7:30 8:30 p.m. Praise '&Worship Service Wednesday a:30 9 p.m. Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 p.m: Saturday Prayer Service & Study 10 a.m. Youth Bible Institute 12 4 p.m. Teen NiShf friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 p.m. 3708 E. Lake Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628 Website : www. stmatthewchurch.com Email: rsims @tampabay.rr. com to not dying is to turn away from your sin. In other words stop doing the wrong things and start doing the right things. If the path you are on is leading you away from God, turn around! God gives His word that if a person turns around the sins that were committed will not b e remembered (vs. 22). God will not remember the sins and the wickedness you have done in your life if you stop doing them. There is a reason and a les son for all to learn. He will not remember the bad because the good is worth more. The wickedness is not as valuable as the righteous ness. The lesson for everyone is that when a person turns from their wicked behavior we must learn to not remember it and focus on the good and the righteousness. The wickedness will kill you. However, the righteous ness will make you live. No one is responsible for whether you live or die but you. It is your life and you must live and deal with the end results. The great thing to know is, God is the one who will judge. DEAF MINISTRY AVAILABLE LIFE CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH \1/onhipping At HE WESTSIDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E. Shadowlawn, Tampa, FL, 33610 (813) Sunday School 9:30 a.m: ; Morning WorShip n a.m. Thursday PraYV & Bible Study-6:30 Soullllinning -EVWY Saturday :30 l REV. DAVID P CARSON PASTOR FIRST LADY MARY CARSON School" 9:30 A. M. 11 A. M . Worship Tuesday 7 P. M. Perfected Love AGAPE MINIST RIES Church Of God In Christ 5112 N 34th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 23AGAPE (232-4273) Pastor & Founder Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship :00A.M. Prayer Tuesday 6:30P.M. Bible Study Tuesday 7:00P.M. Temporarily Worshipping At Grand Suites Hotel 11310 N. 30th Street Palm Ballrooms 1 & 2 Service Times Sunday SchQ'ol;. 9 A.M. Morning Worship 10:30 A Email us a t stjministries@aol.com . -Mission Statement IIA Church of the inner city reaching out to community by ministering to the whole ma n ... Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY OUTREACH, INC./ HOUSE.OF LYDIA "TT r-0 c )> en m z ::! z m r;m c: r r m ::! z C1l I m

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"""" 0 0 N 0 T"" c a: u. c z <( c (J) w ::I 1-> a: w > w c w :I: (J) :::i Ill :, c. z i= w ..J ..J :, Ill ..J w z i= z w (J) <( c a: 0 ..J u. Ill I (Q w CJ .. CHURCH DIRECTORY ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH 2101 Lowe St REV. WILL.IE J. COOK, PASTOR Worship Adivties: Early Worship 7:45 A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study 6:45 P.M. Tuesday College Hill Cllarcll Of God In Christ 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Davis, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Horning Worship-11 A.M. Y.P.W.W. Worship6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. Tues. & Fri. Service-7 P.M. First Missionarr Baptist Cllurc Of Highland Pines REV. CLEVELAND LANE, Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627.03338 New FriendshiP M.B .. Church 3107 E. lake Ave. 24_8-4127 Rev. H.l. Daniels, Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Chllch School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 10:45 A.M. Bible Class 4:30P.M. EwnlnuWorshlp 5 P.M. Wednesday Prayer Mealing 7 P.M. Bible SbldY 7:30P.M Mt. Zion A.M. E. C urc 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 (Curncr ul' 301 .\nd .\I c ) "The Church Whose Doors Are Always Open" Invite You To Attend Our Services: REV. RONALD FORTUNF Wednesday Night Prayer Service And Bible Study 6:30P.M. Sunday School Service 9:30A.M Worship Service llA.M. "Bless The Lord Oh My Soul And All That Is Within Me" "Praise The Lord:1 Holy Name" BROWN MEMORifiL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEE/ilV WORSHIP SCHEDVLE Sundav SchOOl ..... 9:30A. M. Sundav Mornina' Worship .... 11 A.M. Sundav Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M .. Morning Praver (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A.M. Weclnesclav Night Wonhip .... 7:30 P.M. BISHOP MATIHEIIIIIIILLIAMS PASTOR www.brownmemorlalcogic.otg Church Whem The Love Of' God Flows And T'he Holl Ghost Is In Full Control." Crest Church Of Christ JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Churd1 School* Sunday 9:30a.m. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Sl Sun. Mom. Bible Study. 9:30A.M. Morning Worship Sunday 10:55 a. IlL REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Sun. Mom. Worship -10:30 A.M. Mid-Week Service* Wednesday 7 p. m Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. (Prayer Meeting, Bible Study) Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30 p.m. Mid Week Bible Study Wed 7:30 P.M. Ev one Welcome ELDER THOMAS J. REED, Pestor Early Homing Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m Homing Worship 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30 p.m. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Pastor/TeiKher Adult/Children Worship nmes 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:!i:l!liiiJ.ll!, SUnday -9:45 A. H. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday n A.M. Adult Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7'.30 P.M. Adult Friday Noon USF Campus A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Ads 1:8, Rom. 1:8, 1 Thes. 1:8) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE MILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 Early Worship 8 a.m Sunday School9:45 a.m. Homing Worship -10:45 a.m. For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at 621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service 6:30 p.m Bible Study 7:30 p .m. Brotherflood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 Lm. st and 3rd Saturdan VIsit our Webllte or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org lnfootbc:dl.org "Excelliug TtJU'tlrtl Exce /lellt 'e" M.B. CHURCH, INC. 5706N. REV. JACOB JORDAN, Pascor WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Eariv Horning Worship 8 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Homing Worship -n a.m . Wednesday Evening Prayer Heeling & Bible Class 7 p.m. Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church 1747 Las a lle Street Tampa, FL 3307 813-254-5045 9:30 A. M. Church School 7:45A.M. Worship (First Sunday Only) 11 :00 A. M. Worship Bible Study Wednesda -7 P. M. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W. Pal-tto St. 879:151 REV. ANTHONY GREENE Pastor Sunday School-9:30A .M. Morning Worship -11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday7:30 P.M. PEOPLE FOR 4:HRIST MINISTRIES DR. THOMAS L. HADDEN Ill Pastor One Clunrlt Two Lo rarion.1 Main Locaiion 10511 Main Street "Sunday Sehoul "9:30 a. m. Mnming Worship 11 a. 111. Bible Study JWcdncsday)" 7 p. m. Hurric_ anc Gym "'37l5 7th Avenue East "' Mnming Manna "' 9 a. m. Fur Transp!il1ation, Call (!!13) 9!!ti-9504 The New Palm River COGIC, Inc. 1304 S. 58th Street, Tampa, Fl 33619 Elder Willie L. Fowler Jr., Pastor "The Church Where Everybody Is Somebody" Sunday School.. ..................... 9:30 A.M. 11:15 A.M. Morning Service ............................... 11:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Band ............................ -.7 P.M. Friday YPWW ....................................... 7 P.M. Friday Pastorial Teaching ................... S-9 P.M. Deacon David C Jorden, Deacon Bo8rd Chainnan Church (813) 62'J.6764 Home (813) 654-19SO Fax (8i3) .,.,..._1<7.:<1 New st. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 50th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 PASTOR ALEC F HALL 813 242-6268 .. Believing, Teaching, And Using The Bible To Forever Impact Lives By Evangelizing The Sinner And Educating The Believer .. Sunday Morning Church School @ 9:30am Sunday Morning Worship@ 11:00am Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7:00 pm Wednesday Night Youth for Christ @ 7:00 pm

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. . . CHURCH DIRECTORY Abundant (hu.h Of God In (h:rift 4125 Nassau St. VI Tampa, FL 33067 (813) 87.>9077 KAREN BARNES, PASTOR OF OPERATIONS Our Weekly Order Of Service Sunday School 9:30 AM Worship 11:00 AM Intercessory Prayer Monday Friday 6:00 A M Bible Institute Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Corporate Prayer Ever.: 1st & 3rd Friday 8:00P.M I have come lhallhey might have LIFE ... more ABUNDANT-LY" St. John 10:10 Come & Hear Clod's Word With Clod's People AI ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH Tampa, Fl 33605 2709 N 25th St. (al17lh A,.,. ) 248-6753 REV. RONALD D. MIZER, Pastor Office Hours M-F 10am 2pm sundavs 7:45 a.m. Early Homing Worship 9 a.m. Breakfast Served 9:45 a .m. Church School 11 a.m. Morning Worship Wednesdavs 12 p m. Noon Day Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Prayer And Bible Study Share Box Program Available GREATER BETHEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1207 N Jefferson St., Tampa, FL, 33602 (813) 229-1390 I Can Do All Things Through Christ Which Strengtheneth Me. Philippians 4 :13 HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHIRST HOUSE OF PRAYER ASSEMBLY, INC. 2818 E. Osborne Avenue, Tampa, (813) 238 DR. A. F. NELSON-VICKERS, Pastor & Founder "ONE SERVICE CAN CHANGE'YOUR LIFE" Order Of Service: SundBY School-10 11.m. Sund11y Morning Worship .m. Tuesd11y Night 7:30 p.m. Bible Study 2nd Wednesd11y Night 7 :30 p m Subst11nce Abuse Ministry 3rd Wednesd11Y Night 7:30 pm . Singles Ministry 4th Wednesd11Y Night 7 : 30 p.m. M11rri11ge Ministry Thursd11Y Night 7:30 p.m.'. Worship Services Friday Night 7:30 P .M. Youth Service S11lurdl!Y Morning 1111.m. Sabb11th Service MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com ?Itt. 'P!t4l4e 7eewt EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45 A. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PH-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org -St. Mary B. Church 39 1 0 W L a urel S t reet 8 1 3 872 6254 P ASTOR W A LLACE Z BOV.' E R S Sunday School -9:30A M Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wednesday Night: Prayer Meetin g-7:00P.M. Bih l e Study 8:00 P.M. Thursday Noon D ay Prayer Noon to 1:00 P.M & Evangelist Eric W Doss Come Share Jesus With Us! Worship & Study Sunday : 8 AM. E arly Wor s h i p ; 945 A M B ible School 10:45a. 2nd M o rning Worship 5p-Evening Wor s hip Wednes day: 7p Bible Study (all ages) Tel: 8 1 3-985-5578 2511 E. COLUMBUS DR. (813) 248-8101 OR (813) 247 \ Laura Street Church of Christ f3o Sl.a-u 1 !/itli UJ IACKSON HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 East Laura Street MINISTER JAMES T. SUTTLE. SR. Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752-2858 ORDER OF SERVICES Willi11m Kerrison Minister Sunday sunday Sund ey School For All Ages Morning Worship Service Evening Worship Service 8 :30a. m 9:45a. m 5:00p.m. Morning Bible Study ........ ... ...... 9 :45 A .M. Morning Worship Worship . ........ 11 A M Evening Bible Study ....................... 5 P .M. Wednesday Evening Worship ............................. 6 P M Bible aeues For All Ages 7:00 p.m Wednesday Moming Bible Study ........ .. .. ......... 10 A.M. 3817 E Undell Ave Tempe, FL 33610 (&13) 664&96 ihchurchofchris t @eol.com Evening Bible Study ................ ....... .7 P M St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday Worship Services 7:45A.M & 11 A .M. Church School 9 :30A. M each Sunday Bible Study 7 P.M. each Wednesday 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Take Progress Blvd to S 85th St. turn North go to Ash Ave turn E. follow the curve to the left (S. 86th St.) and the church Is on the right. Wed.-Bible Study 7:30P.M. Fri.Victory Service 7:30P.M -sUNDAY-Sunday School 10 A. M. Morning Worship 11:30 A.M. Evening Worship 6 P.M. 813-980-2483 First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Inc. 1302 Willow : henue, Tampa, FL 33607 Sunday School... ................... 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship .............. 10:45 A.M. Prayer Service, Tuesday ........ 7:00 P.M. Bible Study, Tuesday ............. 7:30 P.M. Please Join Us For Our New Mid-Week Worship Service Every Wednesday At Noon REV. RAYFORD HARPER Pastor REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS' Pastor Early Morning worship. 7: 55 A.M. I Ci m D o All Things Through Chris t Whic h S tr e n gthe n eth M e 13 Sunday Morning Worship 9:30A.M .__ _________________ ....:..;;__ __ __J Morning Worship 10:55 A.M. Wed., Family Night 7 P.M. Dea. John C. Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. (813) 242-4572 Bible School-9:15 A.M. Morning Worship -10:30 A.M. Evening Bible Oass-5 P.M. Evening Worship 6 P.M. Community Bible Class Wednesday, 10-11 A.M. JESUS PEOPLE FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER CHURCH TAMPA, FLORIDA 4802 GUNN HIGHWAY-CARROLLWOOD (IN THE TOWNE CENTER SHOPPING CENTER) First Fruit 7:30 A. M. Morning Celebration 11 A. M. BIBLE STUDY Thursday At 7:30 P. M. "T1 ]J c )> -< )> c: C> c: en -f ..... 0 1\) 0 0 ""-J "T1 r 0 :JJ c l> en m z :::!. z m r;-. OJ c: r r m -i :z: '"0' c: OJ: c en :J: m c : m 1 < : m ; lJ -<. -f C: m en c l> z c "T1 :JJ c

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"" 0 0 C\1 . LOCAL 0 ,... Greater Tampa District 40th Annual Meeting The 40th Annual Greater Tampa District Meeting of the Church of God In Christ was held at the College Hill Church > of God in Christ. The musical was held on July 16th. < c (Photos by Julia Jackson) a: u. > < c a: u. c z < > < c fJ) w ::::) 1-> a: w > w c w :t: fJ) :::i a:l ::::) a.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..:. w z i= Ch < c a: 0 ..J u. a:l I Pastor Willie Fowler, right, of the New Palm River Church of God in Christ, and his son Cornelius Fowler. Superintendent of the Greater Tampa District, Anthony P. Conage, Pastor of the Queen Street COGIC in St. Petersburg. Jacqueline Terrance and Harvey Riggins attended the musical at College Hill COGIC. CHARLOTIE AND ZARIE ELPHEAGE Mother Luvenia White and Chloe King attended the Greater Tampa District Musical. ' Elder Parrish Hill and family with Ms. Johnnie Mae Harris, right. If You Bring Your Florida Sentinel With The Conference Ad, The Late Fee Will Be Waived. : Bring And Register A Young Male And Deduct $5 From The Registration Fee. :. . ;

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. LOCAL News From Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS Happy Birthday Happy birthday wishes go out to the August celebrants: Fannie Milbrooks, C. Lyndid Kennedy, Avid W .right, Alinatha Blash, Anne Marie Strong (Snellville GA), Rudean Reed, Debra Allen, Lynne Williams, Hope Glover, Doris Grimes, Toma BiggsChamberlain (Albany, GA) Mary K. Henderson, Vanessa Dillard, Windy Hill, Ida Mae Jackson, Kenneth Sheats,. Rachel Patterson; Felecia Patterson, Stephen Hayes, Betsy Neal, Napoleon Hester, Derryat Mykala Howell (Columbus, GA) Qquony Roberts, Arthur Morris and Jimmie Lee Bradley. On August 13, 2007, Mrs. Gertrude Snyder will celebrate her birthday in Chester Virginia, with family and friends. A very happy birthday greeting goes out to former Villager, Mrs. Linda Parke-Edwards, from your family and friends. Happy birthday to our Mom and Grandmom, Ms. Ada M. Lee, who will celebrate her special clay on 8-11. We Jove you aRc! wish you many more. You're A-OK \Vith Us DUI Friendly, Hardship Licens-e, Suspended License, State Filing SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowe.'lt Rates In Town The Prince Is Here! Proud mom, Tiana Williams, welcomes her newborn, Demon Prince WiHiams as the newest family member. Sick List His e ye is on the sparrow and I know He watches over me and you! Sandra Roberson, Lillie Mae Harris (John Knox Village), James Gatlin, Annie David (St. Joseph), Mattie Pearl Miller, Mozell Debose, Rena Kellum, Willie Chaney, Henry Montgomery, Patricia coleman, Alfonso Johnson, Sr., Eloise Leeks, Dan Wright, Muriel Barr and Rebecca Hair. Our get well prayers are extended to Mr. Sam Green in Ashford, Alabama who's undergoing surgery. We are wishing him a speedy recovery. Sympathy Our deepest sympathy goes out to the Murry, Danzey and Sanders families in the loss of their loved one, Mrs. Viola (Gramps) Murry, who was funeralized Saturday, August 4, 2007. Visitor Former Villager, Mrs. Dora Kellum was in town for a short Di'scount without discount SERVICE. It's no accident more people trust State Farm to insure their cars. Call today. Herma V. White, Agent 14940 N. Florida Avenue Tampa, FL33613-1626 Bus: 813-961-6661 herrna.white.bxgh@statefarm.com LIK E \ GOOD N f : I GJIIlOit STATE FAH M IS HIE liE.'' Pmvi ding /ns urwu : e (Ill(/ Fino n ci a l Sr,rvite s S t a t e F a rm Compa n y ( Not i n N J ) B l oomin gl o n IL visit. We wish her a safe trip back to Ashford, Alabama Michael Lise spent a few enjoy able days in North Carolina visiting with his brother, Elder Reginald Lise. Welcome Home We are sending out a big welcome back to the West family, members of our Village family. They had to move twice temporarily due to their house being flooded and a fire, but they're back now. Brothers 2 Keep Prison Ministry For FREE Bibles and cards to inmates, write: P. 0 Box 4618, Tampa, FL, 33677-4618 Sending out a special thanks to Mrs. Alberta Shedrick, who donated several large boxes of greeting cards to the ministry. This ministry and the community are proud of the achievements you all have made: Alfonso Cromedia is currently enrolled in Bible Studies, Carl Heym has completed several Bible Study courses through the Disc i pleship Insti tute (Cle veland Tennessee) and G oulds Churc h of C h r i s t (Mi a mi) Joe Lewis Matthews h as nin e ( 9 ) tr ades und e r hi s b e lt. Sylvester Harris i s t a kin g P C S up p o r t C lasses, Mike Anne n w o n 2 nd p l ace in a Writ ers' Club C o ntest with his work I Sa w It T o o Late" a nd h e also d o n a t e d a b ook of stam p s t o b e used on othe r inm a t e's m ail. Thi s i s worth m e ntioning a ga in . Dean Johnson ha s two (2) A A Degre es, on e (1) B A. Degree one (1) Masters and one (1) Doctorate degree in Theolo g y . Wow One inmate said, "I don't do the things I used to do and I pray daily that God will renew my mind and teach me to love and respect others." Ms. Yvette Cade is a sister who needs our help to restore her face and complexion due to being doused with gasoline and set fire. If you would like to donate towards her healing and restoration se 'nd' your donations and encouragement to: Ms. Yvette Cade, P 0. Box_' 6396, Silver Springs MD, 20916. Sister Visiting Sister Yours trul y is so blessed to ha v e my sisters, Ms. Lucille Oats, from El-Cerrito, California and Miss Katherine Walker from Concord, California, here spending time with me. Both are originally from the Tampa Bay area, therefore we plan on lots and lots of reminiscing. The grand niece, Ms. Ebony Nicole Jackson is also here visiting me Thought For Today "You may not have been res p onsible for your h e ritage but y ou are responsible for y our future." Info To Use The Florida Hunger Hotline number is (1-Boo) 329-3663. F. Y.I. Remember our servicemen and who _put their lives on the line daily for us. the helpers in the kitchen : Thelma, (813) 671-3614, Family Deli, (813) 671-1541 or H. 0. P., (813) 238-5221. Call your news into lradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-60 71. Be ble s sed 1::.. ::: ... . . ::: : :.-.;.f: *Professional certificates are offered in program areas marked with asterisk. Business Communication* Effective Business Writing Reviewing Basic Grammar Writing Effectively Techno Skills m:f1J Business Finance* CMA Strategic Management Financial Planner Financial Planner Free Oriertation English Language* for Non-Native Speakers Accent Reduction I & II Basic Englis h II Conversational English lntermed. 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0 (';I 0 WEDDING t; ::: CJ ::: < > < Family And Friends Witness The Marriage Of Allison S. Wells And Richard Clebert c a: The wedding ceremony of Allison Wells and Richard LL Clebert was held on July 14th at Beulah Baptist Church, the > < 0 a: LL c Z < > tJ) w ::: .... > a: w > w c w tJ) :J m ::: L z tu ..l ..l ::: m ..:. w z i= z w tJ) < c a: 9 LL m 0 Rev. W. James Favorite, officiate d The couple exchanged vows before 200 family members and friends. Allison is the daughter of S . Kay Andrews. Richard is the son of Eunice Clebert of Miami, FL. Mr. an. d Mrs. Peterkin Berry. Bishop and Mrs. James (Marzetta) Howell. Mr. and Mrs. James Dequan 'Deke')\foody and Keith George. < (Toynetta) Cobb. L I Dr. and Mrs. William (Joyce) Marsh. Mother and daughter, Niqua Moody and Nita James. Ms. James was one of the hostesses. Family friends, Nicole and Gladys McKnight. Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Leisa) Everett. Dorine Norman, graduate advisor of bride' s chapter in 2005-o6 poses with Armetha Woodall and Jana Foster. The Commedore family are friends and churchmates of the bride. Attending the ceremony were : Allen, Chanelle, Alisa, mom, Patricia, and Cornel Commedore. The bride's godsister, Debra Dawkins and Antwaun Underwood pose with the bride. Mrs. Rosalie Jones, Curtistine Jones Gard.ner and Mrs. Gloria Philrnore. The Southwest Florida Water Management District is offering Community Education Grants up to $5,000 each to individuals, groups and governments to provide innovative and cost-effective education projects in any or all of the following areas: Watersheds Water quality Water conservation Natural systems Rood protection Applications are due August 24; Projects must occur between March 1 and June 30, 2008.

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: .! ./ LOCAL Vacation B .ible School At Pines Church First Missionary Baptist Church of Highland Pines held Vacation Bible School recently. It was a week filled with fun activ ities, making new friends and learning more from God's Word. (Photographs by Julia Jackson) Bible School Coaches Lawrence Brown and Frank Carter. The Shepherd of the flock, Rev. Cleveland Lane and his wife, First Lady Diana Lane. Sister Nana Crews and Deaconess Betty Lewis. Deacon John Glymph and Johnnie Oliver. "T1 ::c c )> c: C) c: (/) -t 9 1\) 0 0 ....... "T1 -r 0 ::c c )> .(/) m z ::! z m r;-m These ladies were among the Vacation Bible School participants: Melody Johnson, Tiffany Jackson, Nancy Pattersaul and Pamela Brown. TAMESHA GARDNER A classroom full of Vacation Bible School attendees and their teachers. r THOMAS F. YOHO . DDS, PA 5811 East Broadway Ave. (Off 50th Street) "Complete Dental Care Fof 7J.i1Ages" >. Prevention. & Education ExtractionS Root Canal Teeth Whitening Crowns, Bridges & Dentures .. ;.' \ I . . . :_. . . . .... Denture Lab Repair & .. <. . .. . . . Custom. Designed Gold CroWns . ...... ,:: .... !!l .. z ; c m r c;; ::1: m c m < m ::c < -1 c m tn c -)>. z c : -. I -' l l 1 I I ... '-':; . ..

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. -. LOCAL Summer Fun At Area Park Youngsters who attend the Summer Program at Temple Crest Park and Recreation Center, have been having some real fun. Just a few more weeks before it will back to the books. (Photos by Julia Jackson) David Barnes and Vonna Bolds at Temple Crest Park. Coach cedricka Spencer Tyra Ayana Davis c a: u. c z c( > c( c tn w ;::) 1-> a: w > .. w c w :I: tn ::; m ;::) a. z Iii ...I : ..J. ;::) ttl ...1 w z i= Z w tn . c( c . a: .. 0 ...I U.' >r .i J. .. ( / '.' .. > .,. I j --. .. -' ( 'i'. : i : . ::: ',,:. . I ... I I . -:: .... ; : : ... .. ; . j . Tam-pa,:Fl "391)06 .. 8 13 ; 844_.7000 www.tgh.org : : Se rvic e 8 00--8 2 2-DOcs '"-; v-' : .j ::._ " ; '' and Mikol Vanright enjoy the outdoor equipment. / Tampa General Hospital is honored to be named to U.S.News & World Report's list of "America's B est Hospitals." Out more than 5,060 evaluated, only 173 were recognized in one or il10!9 specialties. Tampa General Hospital was recognized in five specialties: Ear, Nose and Throat Kidney Disease Orthopedics Urology We would like to thank our physi cian partners out::>tanding team of healthcare professionals for their .... distinguished and exqep!ioruil !f .. . : r:.. .... .... _. ; -... ;_ ..... honor to just be recognized once. But to be recognized in fiVe c;Jifferent specialties is truly a testament the caiitiecof. -every ; :. ... (.'\."', . . HQsplt . -:' .. .:., ':

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, ... LOCAL Washington Family Reunion The Washington Family gathered at Ft. Desoto Park for its picnic and banquet. The theme for the 2007 gathering was By Distance Bonded By Love. (Photographs by Treasured Moments Sylvester Harris) The matriarch, Mrs. Sara ':Vashington Johnson with her children: Patrice, Willie Washington, Ernestine and Katie. C )> )> c:: G') c:: p 1\) 0 0 ---' ....., "T1 r-0 ::rJ c )> en m z -f z m r I OJ c: :r Enjoying picnic fun are Sundra, Remer, Vivian, Nate, VivianM. andNathaniel. Mrs. Sara Washington Johnson with her grands and great grandchildren at the F,tily Reunion r m Testing positive for Hepatitis doesn't mean your_ : fut.ure .has to be . : r : r tiegattve. Banquet. The LifeLink Health C ateInstitufe's' Hepatitis Treatment Program has your future-in mind. We provide individualized care today, so you Start feeling better and can look forward to tomorrow. We offer a comprehensive-team of liver specialists who can advise, treat and support you through you. r illness .Don't put your. good: health off-until tomorrow. Cont-act us,today_-at 7 -: : -. -. . ... ; (800) 262-5775. LtfeLink. . HdCare InslitutC -. . . . ... . Abtl11Ct4 ,.,41clll, llll'gictd &lrtlll.rp1411t ptllitld 409 Ba\shore Boulevard -. Tamp a, FL 33606 . . .. \ : . p ..... r .. .. .. . . .. .::! z "tJ c: OJ r Cii :::z:: m c m < m ::rJ -< -f c: m en c )> -< )> z p ..., "T1 ::rJ 6 J Ci) m .. ftl OJ

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""" 0 0 C'\1 0 .,... ..... (/) ::;) (!) ::;) <( >=' <( c a: LL. c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w ::;) ..... > a: w > w c w ::c en :=i m :::: a. z ..J ..J ::;) m I ..J w z t= z w (/) <( g a: 0 ..J LL. STEPHEN A. WilliAMS, M.D., P.A. (BOARD CERTIFIED PEDIATRICIAN) Call For Flu Shots See Kids From Age 0-21 Years T Same Dav Appointment Walk-in Patients Welcome Medicaid, HMOs, cash-Onlv I Mon . Tues. Thurs. 9A.M.-&P.M. Wed., Fri. 8:30A.M.-5P.M. 714 W. Martin Luther King Blvd. Tel (81 Tam FL 33603 Fax (81 M.D. BOARD CERTIFIED IN INTERNAL MEDICINE Diabetes Management K"Kfney Problems tf19h Blood Pressure Heart Disease High Cholesterol General Phnical Examinations New Patients Welcome Now Located At: 4511 N. Armenia Ave. (813) 870-3767 Call To Make An Have A Great Smile!! Marsh Orthodontics Braces For Children & Adults Affordable Monthly Payments Quality Personal Care Family Discounts New Patients Welcome Complimentary Initial Examinations William F. Marsh, D.D.S., P.A. (813) 238-3384 4119 N. Taliaferro Ave (MLK at 1-275. N) Tampa, FL It is our office policy that the patient and any other person responsible lor payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or to be reimbursed lor payment for any other service, examination, or treatment which is performed as a resuft of and wHhln 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted-fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. MEDI-PEDICURES Disposable Whirlpool Covers Prevent Infections From Individual Pedicure Supplies (Used Only By You) Doctor Supervised Massage Chair Licensed Pedicurist/Manicurist And Facial Expert - Private Treatment Room I Dr. Paul Sheehy Jr., DPM (813) 277-0222 800 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. Suite # 2 Tampa. FL 33603 Most Insurance Plans GallT()clay for your appoiniment 813.91.0.87'00 11710 U. S. Hwy 92 East Suite B. Seffner, FL 33584 HEALTH Black Floridians Should Be Tested For Colon Cancer Testing for colon cancer can prevent cancer and save lives, according to the American Cancer Society. Colon cancer almost always starts with a polyp, and tests can find and remove polyps early on, before they become cancerous. Colon cancer can't be prevented unless people get tested, and not enough Floridians get tested each year. Colon cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in the United States. In Florida's black community, nearly 900 men and women will be diagnosed and more than 400 will die of the disease each year. Testing can find polyps early so they can be removed before they turn cancerous," says John Chaperon, president and chair man of the board' of the American Cancer Society, Florida Division. This can help us defeat a major cancer killer by preventing it altogether." Colon cancer is usually preventable, and it's also very treatable when caught early When the disease is found at an early stage, the five-year sur vival rate is approximately 90 percent. In Florida, less than two-thirds of men and women get tested when they should. Because testing rates are so low, only 39 percent of colon Colon cancer tests are as cancers are discovered at the important as yearly Pap tests, earliest, most curable stage mammograms or prostate Everyone age 50 and older is exams, so patients shouldn't be at risk for colon cancer, re gardafraid to ask, if doclessofgenderorfamilyhistory. tors don't mention testing The American Cancer Society options first. recommends men and women For patients new to Medicare, age so or older talk to their the "Welcome to Medicar(' doctors about getting a test. benefit provides an opportunity warning signs like bleeding or to learn about the variety of cramping may only appear in available colon testing options. later stages when treatment To learn more about colon may be less effective, so people cancer, visit www.cancer.org, shouldn't wait for symptoms to or call 1-Soo-ACS-2345, 24 occur before getting tested. .. hours a d ay, seven days a week. Life Lessons From The Faran Here a few lessons that can and should be learned from those currently on a farm. Heed Your PassionsLife isn't lived b c ommittee. It's one thing to ask for feed back or opinions; it's another to let those answers dictate the way you live. True passion. comes from a quiet inner spring. It's a whisper only you {:an hear. Start Again -You're never too old to change gears. The Care Office & Home Service Fungal Skin Infections/Fungal Nails m Ingrown Nails -Wound Care Heel Pain Bunions I Hammered Toes (If! 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HEALTH I Make It Through Menopause Naturally I PART I Menopause will affect all women eventually, with most being in their forties and fifties when symptoms appear. Concerns regarding traditional hormone replacement therapy have led many women to seek more natural alternatives for relief. Keep in mind every woman s needs will be differ ent and finding what works for you may take a little time. Also, finding a healthcare professional willing to work with you while on this journey is invaluable. In addition to the unwanted temporary symptoms of hot flashes and shifting moods, more serious health concerns can arise Declining estrogen levels can increase the risk of developing heart disease and osteoporosis, but making the appropriate diet and lifestyle changes can help reduce these risks -Your diet and supplement regimen should include ade quate calcium, vitamin D and magnesium for bone building. Menopausal women should strive for 1000-1500 mg of calcium per day and at least 400 IU of vitamin D. Besides aiding bone health, vitamin D may help reduce the risk of colon and breast cancer a nd also supports healthy blood pressure levels. Exercise should be a part of every woman's menopause arsenal. Not only does it help boost heart and bone health, but also it can help prevent menopause-related weight g a in, hot flashes boost mood and improve sleep. Eating a die t that promotes overall heart health is vital and should include plenty of fruits, veggies whole grains, nuts, legumes and fish. The phytoestrogens present in soy help reduce cholesterol and may help ease hot flashes, although study results vary. These phytoestrogens convert to estrogen-like substances in the body and can also be found in flaxseed, rye, chick peas lentils and whole grains. Too much soy may affect thy roid function in some,but 1-2 servings a day of whole-food soy products (soy nuts, tempeh, edamame, etc.) may pro vide some benefits. Women with a h i story of breast cancer should consult with their doc tor before taking concentrated supplements of soy. Some herbs and supplements being used by women during menopause include the following DR. AGNES UBANI (813) 3 41-7900 Medical Clinic N. 56thSt Ste 120 TempleTerra<;e,-H.3361 Extreme Effort Produces Sqpftme. Results All You Need Is Determination And A o ucceed. .. You Have Nothing To IDle But The Welplit. .. . FREE TO-SCHOOL IMMUNIZATIONS AND PHYSICALS FOR CHILDREN ENTERING KINDERGARTEN OR 7TH GRADE (CHILD MUST BE 5 YEARS OLD BY 8/31/07 TO QUALIFY) ... .. AUGUST 18 HEA_LTHPARK SNACKS .. I -5802 .. North 30th Street, ,Tampa 9 a.m.-Noon . Tampa -General -Hospital "":" ...... ... ., Children must be acc9mpanie d ... parent or legal guardiarf ar)d -b.-rlng'} ... :__ : shot record to receive :, _--. . ;.. ..... :"'; :1. 1: '; .... -FUN I MUSIC physicals WILL NOT be . ' For directions .or more information, please c all (81 3) 844 -FAlR. -; ., t .:":.-; \. ... C J> C: ,C) c: C/) -t -N 0 0 -..! "TT r 0 :IJ 6 J> tn m z-. m r I m c: r r m ....,_ z i:l c: m r en % m c m < m :IJ -< C:' m C/) c > < l> '. Z c ,:IJ a.-. ));' <

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m cb ,... w RECIPES Cfieiry (jin-gria .Ice cubes 2 ounces ct$rry syrup 2 ourit., s gin. 5-6 ouncei club soda J ..:..>;.: 1 ounce.ted ,wlne. . ; . ...... .. . -... Maraschlno;.chertJes .. .. .. ., Fresh or fi'oi@trraspbeltfes .. .-: . with.ice, .. syrup the gi_Q. t;f.:stir;: to _ll'liX together generous splash Float a layer of it over the back ofa wide, flat spoon. cherries and into the glass. Drink . .... 'T'equif'a 'Refresca Ice cu,bes 1 oz. qash Campari 6 oz. grapefruit soda pineapple, grapefruit & lime DIRECTIONS: Fill a goblet or rocks glass with ice cubes. Add the tequila and a dash of Campari to give the drink a slight blush and balance the sweetneSs of jhe soda. Top off with the grapefruit soda. Skewer the fruit ana 'stir into the cocktail. Serve with a plate of pineapple, a bowl of'chili powder, and coarse salt, for dipping. Coo{ : -' 1 cup chopp'A rhubarb % 2 teaSPOOI1S > varH. tc8 cubes 1-2 juicy limes 1 ounce golden rum : 6 ounces gJnger beer % ounc. e dark n.im . tiighball glass with ice cubes, Add the lime wu, .. ,.,u. rtim. Top off with th e ginger beer and stir the dark rum on top by pouring it over the Garnish with the lime wheel. Drink. For All Your $'af0od Dellghts f Marvin Has Just What You Need. & Smoked Trout Snapper Shrimp. S'heap Live Blue Crabs A FEW TRICKS OF THE TRADE 1 Rim Your Glass -Rimming your glass is an easy way to add texture and flavor to a cocktail. You can rim a glass with just about anything from kosher salt to sugar to cocoa powder to crushed graham cracker crumbs: Be sure to match the flavors on the rim to the flavors in the drink. And if you're planning on serving a crowd, we recommend that you rim your glasses in advance. Not only does this-free up your time to focus on other things, but exposure to air helps the rim garnish stay put. 2. Get Creative with Garnishes -While the single olive garnish of a ma rtini is justifiably a classic, a martini can also be garnished with, for example, a caperberry, or a blue-cheese-stuffed olive. Once you venture into pickled onion territory, however, the drink is no longer considered a martini -in that case, it's a Gibson. 3 Just Add Herbs -Freeze lresh herbs like cilantro, rosemary, or basil into ice-cube trays and use them to garnish . Rosemary's great perfect with sweet drinks; cilantro's ideal in a Bloody Mary 4.--Tty a Twist of Cifl:us -In addition to being highly : ttie oils from citrus 'peels are. highly flammable. :you squeeze a twist over a and into a drink, you'rEl left :witn rich, caramelized flavors --as a unique presentation. be-. c 'areful! Co66fer ice 2 -2% rye 2%.-ouncttS: peach : ... . > .. . . . .... 5 .:.! . .3-4,_: 1 ,, . : ',, '--,,; I a wine goblet with orushed ice; Gently muddle dash of P._eaches, mint,; al)d a squeeze shaker. cold. OftCu6an 1 handful fresh mint leaves 11/2 ounces aged rum % ounce lime juice 1-1% teaspoons superfine sugar 2 dashes bitters Ice cub,es -,_ <' 1%-2 ounce_ s dry Champagne' DIRECTIONS: Muddle the mint leaves with the_ rum, lime juice, Simple Syn,Jp, and bitters in a cocktail' shaker. Add ice, cover, and shake vigo(ously, or stir, until combined and chilled, about 30 seconds. Pour .. liquid into a chilled champagne flute, holding bacf(\he _ice; . letting some 9f the mint into the _glass. to al(rlost the glass to top. .,r' . --,---: 5.-SWeeten Up-Use: a stick of:sugar cane t9 or .. (like I' h b bbl G '''"''th o k : .. , .. , :-.. mcii!t6s. 'it'_ a IQ t u e._ ... : ::-: ./ : .... _ _.-;: : .. tl;le drink; it .... rtlCie can be . . \ .' I .,,) -'" ' :chewed as a once .'the-drink is done. :-:_:, ' 1',' -3513 N .. 22nd St. Tampa, FL Tel:813-4999 Hollrs: Mon-Sat 1 O:OOam 12.-DOpm Sunday 11 :OOam -11 :OOpm -. DIRECTIONs; _mint, lernon, and: orange Uqueur in a coCktail shaker. Add. ttje ice, shake vigorously' or stir,: and secrinds. Pour Into a chilled Collins glass, and .top With. the' sparj(!tng e. 0 'Y. ' ; \.: <': : ":,""' M-' 0 0 : 0 DIRECTIONS: Float alcohol on. a cocktail by slowly pouring it over the back at a spoon, with the tip of the spoon gently touching the surface of a drink. Whether it stays floating depends on the density of both the alcohol and the cocktail.

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\ Boneless Pork Loin Chops Publix Pork, All Natural, Pork Lo1n, Any Size Package SAVE UP TO 2.20 LB Boneless Ribeye Steak, ...... Z991b Publix Premium Certified Beef USDA Choice, Beef Rib Any Size Package SAVE UP TO 4 .00 LB Cherries .. : ........ 1.991b High in Fiber SAVE UP TO 5.00 LB Fresh Farm-Raised .. SAVE UP TO 1.00 LB : ... .. :::::: . Boar's Head -.. Deluxe Ham ..... : 7..89u; Sliced FreSh l n the Publix Deii SAVE UP .so L:B Publi'x piQudly a full line of Boar's Head products. "'T1 :XJ c }< )> c: C') c: ...... 9 1\) 0 0 ...... "'T1 r 0 .a;! c )> 0 m z ::! z m r;llJ c: r r m ::! z "tt c: llJ r u; :::z::: m c m < m :-t .c:: m 0 0 : z : 0

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I' 0 0 N LOCAL EVENT ci T"" 1-CJ) Wilbert Davis Boys And Girls Club Talent Show :::1 (.!) Hundreds of youngsters :::1 <( participated in the talent show >=' at the Wilbert Davis Boys and <( Girls Club (Photographs by C Jerry Brunson) a: LL c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w :::1 1-ft w > lQ c w J: CJ) :::i m :::1 a. z tJj ..J ..J :::1 m I ..J w z z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL I', : The Varsity Steppers of a .Unique Legacy took the second place trophy. Specializing In Curls, Perms Cuts & Color, Press & Curl, Hair Weaving For The Entire Family c Welcome Featuring: Hair Salons Beautv Suppliers & Wig Shops To Be Published Tuesdav oner EXtended Thru August 31; 2001 1803 N. 22nd St. & 7th Avenue Specializing In All Types Of Braiding Jack McorineU Whitton & Shon Chapeau Creatiol')s Toucan Charms Bellini Clarm's Adrian Dana Mr. John Brenda Waite s Bolling Betmar

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,.... 0 0 C\1 ENTERTAINMENT 0 ....... ten :::: (!) :::: <( <( c a: Rush Hour Series Was 'Meant To Be,' ays Chris Tucker LL. SAN .FRANCISCO-The last time we saw Los Angeles Police Detective James Carter and Chinese Chief Inspector Lee, in "Rush Hour 2," they had dusted off another bunch of bad guys and were headed to New York City for a game. Six years later, in the storyline and in real time, the comedic crime-fighters are back for "Rush Hour 3" (in theaters Friday). The movie opens with Chris Tucker's Carter directing traffic in L.A. and Jackie Chan's Lee in town with Ambassador Han (Tzi Ma from "Rush Hour") for a meeting of the World Criminal Court. An assassination attempt on the ambassador will soon have Carter and Lee in Paris, where they do battle with a deadly Chinese crime CHRIS TUCKER is gettin' up there," joked Tueker, who turns 35 later this month. China Officially Passes On 'Rush Hour 3' Not even the presence of nng. In the funniest "RH" yet, Chinese superstar Jackie Tucker sings a lot and final-Chan in "Rush Hour 3"' could c ly has a lo"\7e scene, and mar-persuade the country's D: tial-arts master Chan, at age ernment to accept the film as LL 53, is still kicking villains one of 20 foreign movies C into oblivion. allowed to screen in its the-Nine years after the first aters this year. > "Rush Hour"-hit th,eaters, The state-run China Film <( fans already wonder if they C.:roup carefully screens every can look forward to "RH:4." media import from a foreign w "Who knows?" said director country for content and Brett Ratner. "We could allows only about 20 foreign > keep going: 'Rush Hour 10,, films a year to be shown. a: 'Grumpy Old "Rush Hour."' If As previously reported, the tpovieis a huge success Asian Web site W and. peo'ple Ejre go _ing in C droves theater, the;stu-that w d ,. , . : .. k. tt' already . :::t: 10. sa.1.,.., ... . .e. re rna 1no . t' .. b t t' en writing :eserva wns a mg : .. :::i the eheck." ,. . ; Rush Hour 3, wh1ch they : . -m }t: we're .;:haye: cal _led K gt:>ruia do it, Jackie; z --:.:-, .... s ._ . . . ;) Rhyme' s by a z mali who :rapper w and his crew beafhiiD after he .... &i .. head : after an 'ltliYuies ; hi . m 0 N ... .. . . .. .;, . . August 2006. .:. : '. . Scott Leemon, said he hadn't seen..the lawsuit. "Nothing has been proven yet," Leemon sl;lid . The rapper, whose real name is Trev,or Smith, faces trial for allegedly assaulting a fan after an Aug. 12, 2006, per formance at a music festival on Randalls Island. Rhymes also faces separate t'rials on charges tlf._at he drove drunk; drove witli a suspended license, and beat a11d kicked a former emp!Qyee. The rltpper's hits include "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See,"' "Dangerous" and "Touch It."' He has also appeared in w It. wasn't immediately clear whether: the lawsuit was connected to that incident. movies, including "Shaft" and "Finding Forrester." Toni Braxton Sued TONI BRAXTON Is Toni Braxton having cash flow problems? Bouncing a check for $35,000 may be a clue. Anthony Franco, a wardrobe designer who made the costumes for the singer's Flamingo Hotel show in Las Vegas, is suing her for that very reason and for that amount. In the suit, filed last Friday, Franco says he was commissioned by Braxton and Liberty Entertainment, Inc. to design the entire wardrobe for Braxton's "Toni Revealed" show, reports TMZ.com . The court papers also show that Franco claims they DMX Loses Court Case Over Dog Clothes NEW YORK--A court ruling has taken a bite out of DMX for failing to fulfill a contract to promote a clothing line for dogs including caps, scarves, raincoats and bomber jackets. The 36-year-old rapper, whose real name is Earl Simmons, was ordered to pay a $242,000 judgment to Amusing Inc. a company that produced and marketed the canine clothing line named for his dog Boomer 129. "DMX, it appears, is known for his gro..yl and bark and is called Pit Bull agreed on a price of $35,000. Franco also alleges that he received payment by check, which was returned for "insufficient funds." On top of that, the defendants put a stop payment on the check, he said. The designer's lawsuit says he did get $20,000 from Braxton, but he's still due the $15,000 balance. DMX (which according to the evi dence ... he has tattooed on his back)," noted Manhattan state Supreme Court Justice Jane Goodman's ruling, announced Tuesday. His longtime lawyer, Murray Richman, said he hadn't heard of the case and it was possible Simmons didn't have an attorney working on. it. He said Simmobs couldn't be reached for COIDJ;Dent.

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-----------------......... -... --... ... -....... -... ...... ---.... -------..... -....... ._. ____ .... c. -----., ENTERTAINMENT :0 0 )> New Zealand Politician Targets Ice Cube An Ice Cube concert schedule d to take place in New Zealand this month may never 'see the light of day if a local politician running for Mayor has his way. According to Manukau mayoral candidate Len Brown is calling on the CEO of the TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre to can cel Cube's August 22 performance, alleging that his music promotes violence and gang culture. "Ice Cube brings a gangsta message to our community via his gangsta rap," Brown said in a stateme nt. "This message promotes gangs, gang violence and drugs. W e don't want this in our hom e s W e don t want it (8131 248-19 ICE CUBE on our streets. Our community is taking a stand on these issues. There is massive energy and resource dedicated to getting on top of gang activity in many parts of South Auckland. "For once we have a cohe sive partnership of commu nity, government and police working together to confront this challenge and move things forward for our young people So let's be clear we don't need a gangsta rappa [sic) working against the future interests of our young. It's time to freeze out the Ice Cube." Things Get 'Ugly' With Vanessa Williams And Rick Fox And Ex RICK FOX Beginning in September, Vanessa Williams and her ex-husband Rick Fox will share more than a cute 7-year-old daughter. People magazine is reporting that Fox will guest star on Williams' ABC series "Ugly Betty" for a brief stint in the fall. -Williams, 44, was nominated for an Emmy this year as ruthless diva Wilhelmina Slater, the Creative Director of the show's MODE magazine. Fox will join the series for at least two episodes as Wilhelmina's bodyguard, named Dwayne. "Things get heated Lil' Romeo Buys Potato Chip Co. -< )> c G) c CJ) GREENSBORO,NC-With a rap and television career already on lock and a college basketball run at USC just on the horizon, 18-year-old rapper Romeo Miller has just entered the business world with the purchase of popular potato chip brand, Rap Snacks Inc According to Allhiphop.com, the son ofNo Limit Records founder Percy "Master P" Miller purchased the corporation, which touts its chips as "The Official Snack of Hip Hop." "I think it's incredible," Master P. told AllHipHop .com. "All my life I was look-ing to buih:l a generation of wealth and to have your family understand that is great." Rap Snacks Inc., based in [between their characters)," a source tells People. Williams and Fox, 38, were married for five years following their wedding in 1999. The former NBA star was recently seen on FX's Dirt playing a famous probasketball player with marital problems LILROMEO ...... 1\) 0 0 "'-I Greensboro, N otth Carolina, was founded by James "Fly" Lindsey in 1994, according to the Web site. Each potato chip bag features a cartoon image and biography of a rapper who is f! endorsing a particular fla0 vor :0 Romeo's own personalized flavor of Rap S.nacks is "Bar. CJ) B-Quin With My Honey," a honey barbecue flavor potato ::j chip, while Atlanta rapper z Yung Joe has a personal-ized line of flavored cheese 0, curls. c r rm ::j z 'tJ c OJ r-c;; :::t m c m ;ii ::D < -t c: m en c > < > z c "n :!! c "C )> G) m 1\) ...... I OJ

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,... 0 0 N 0 .,... Q it u. Q z ct Q 0 w ..... > w > w Q w :::r UJ ::i ID z w ; ...1 ...1_ m ..:, w z z w UJ' ct Q it' 0 ..... u. 1:1 I 1J Q." ENTERTAINMENT Jay-Z Denies Def Jam Split Rumors Stevie Wonder Hits The Road After thre e years as Def Jam president, J ay-Z has recentl y been the s ubject of rm;riors that he may jump ship for Columbia Records. After all, Island Def Jam recently brought in Jermaine Dupri to head its urban division. But in an interview on New York radio station Hot 97, the rapperturned-exec denied the scuttlebutt. "My three year contract is up soon," he said. And though he hasn't renewed yet, he says he wants to. As for why his name has popped up in connection with Columbia, he opined, "I guess Rick Rubin is [at Columbia) and we've got a relationship. But I haven't talked to Rick since he started at Columbia. I called him to say congratulations. But I've learned to its leave the possibility open. Sometimes rumors spark real things. Jay-Z also said he wasn't planning on making another album right now, though he's been popping up on remixes including Amy Winehouse's "Rehab. -,. Open .Tiiii'Ma P:M .. . SHARPAZZ .. NITE Party 0 Firs t' so PeopJe Free Gin 2-4.:.1. Drinks 1 Til 12 .......................... SHARPAzz ENT. MIDNITE Jump ... Off Music ay: OJ. Smalls Live Performanc;es By: .Sharp Azz Ent. lnc, Give From Seagram's Gin. :SHARP. AZZ EN T. BIGGEST HIPHOP PARTY IN THE BAY ... JAY-Z LOS ANGELES Signed, sealed, delivered-Stevie Wonder's on tour. The Motown legend announced Thursday that he will embark on his first major trek in more than a decade later this month. The A Wonder Summer's Night tour kicks off Aug. 23 at Humphries in San Diego and wraps up Sept. 20 at Boston' s Bank of America Further, he said he's looking Pavilion. forward to the Sept. 11 The 57-year-old crooner showdown between new will make stops in 13 c ities albums from Def Jam's in all, including Los Angeles, Kanye West and Chicago, Detroit and Interscope's 50 Cent. Atlanta. Tickets go on sale "It's great for retail, the Aug. 11; prices have not yet been announced. record business, the buying public [and) the Internet so "I am looking forward to performing in these venues they can have their debates under the stars," Wonder on who's going to win," he said in a statement. "We are said. "I have to bet on the going to have some wonderhome team. It's going to be a ful nights of intimate excitegood fight, too." ment." OPEN SATURDAY NITE Best Hip Hop And R&B MONDAY NITE MADNESS Ladies FreeTii12AM Ladies First Drink Free Fellas 2-4-1 Tii12AM Female Revue Music By: The Untouchable DJ's Twista Cut From McDonald's Live Trek McDonald's has pulled rapper Twista from its free 10-city parking lot tour, citing the Chicago-base d hiphop artist's "controversial lyrics." Twista had been scheduled to perform Aug. 7 in Chicago as part of the multigenre McDonald's Live jaunt, which started July 26 in Venice, Calif., and continues through Sept. 25 in Austin, Texas. Negotiations are still pending for a replacement headliner in Chicago, the fast food giant says. "Although we respect free speech and artistic expression, we do not condone or 1WISfA perpetuate derogatory language," McDonald's USA said in a statement. "We want to ensure these free concerts are fun as well as appropriate for all of our customers." Bobby Brown Fears Osama Bobby Brown has spoken of his fear that he maybe killed by al-Qaed' a on his upcoming tour of Australia The faded R&B star is due to play the first in a series of shows Down Under on Thursday, with a gig in Melbourne. Ho wever, h e admits to being concerned that Osama bin wants him dead following claims the infamous terrorist is obsessed with Brown's former wife Whitney Houston. Sudanese writer Kola Boof recently that he was amongst the main targets on bin Laden's hitlist, prompt ing Brown to ramp up security for the new dates. "Come on, if anybody is threatened by al-Qaeda they'd take it seriously, Brown told an Austr.alian radio show. ._"""""'"-' BOBBY I figure if bin Laden wants BROWN me, and everybody is looking for him, it probably won t happen But if he wants to try and find, me for something so stupid, he can do what he wants "I have to leave i-t in the hands of my higher power," insisted Bobby, who is now divorced from Houston. The Historical Harbor Club @ .915 E . Grant Aye.-Tampa. --------------------------------------. P.M., ''.

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ALL MY CHILDREN: Kendall was unable to accept the fact that Spike is permanent l y deaf, and made it clear to Greenlee that she will never forgive her Greenlee read about a doctor specializing in alternative treatments and secretly arranged for him to contact Kenda ll. Annie had a distressing encounter with her estranged father, who had become deaf as an adult, and later received a creepy phone call. C9ming: Kendall puts all her faith in a miracle cure. Coming: Sam will stop at nothing to avenge her hurt GENERAL HOSPITAL: NIGHT SHIFT: Needing an emergency C-section to save her baby, Stacey was left inside an elevator with Spinelli and Jason. A panicked Spinelli jammed the elevator with everyone stuck inside. Toussaint worked with Sam to fix the problem, but realized the breakdown was not an accident. Coming: Delay leads to a crisis, and suspi cions mount. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Carly rescued an injured Jack just as Silas blew up the cabin, then managed to overpower Silas and save JJ from quicksand, only to fall in herself. Noah' s father arrived and was pleased to learn that Noah has a girlfriend, unaware of the sup pressed connection between his son and Luke Coming: Noah's actions create further tension. GUIDING LIGHT: Josh and Cassie's wedding ceremony came to a screeching halt when Olivia hit Reva with her car, knocking her out. Glad that the marriage never happened, Reva admitted to Olivia that she caused the incident to end Olivia's blackmailing, wanting Jeffrey to make up his own mind. Olivia was charged with attempted murder. Coming: Jonathan's secrets might be exposed. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Donna stood up to Stephanie, insisting she will marry Thorne. With Dorothy pleased by Brooke's progress, Stephanie suggested she make an unan nounced visit and not believe what Brooke says Andy revealed that he's Brooke's secret admirer. Brooke told Andy to leave her alone, but Stephanie suggested he go back to the house, resulting in Brooke being placed in danger. Coming: Everything happens to Brooke at the wrong time ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Llanview residents were shocked by the news of Asa' s death, with Bo taking it especially hard Hearing Marcie say she'd do anything to protect her son, John wondered if she killed Spencer, and Marcie became aware of his suspicion. Michael warned John they would no longer be brothers if he reveals the truth about Tommy's background. Coming: John comes to a shocking conclusion DAYS OF OUR LIVES: In Ireland, Hope retrieved a leather folio inside the church but Andre stabbed Bo and stole it. Lucas reluctantly agreed to help recover the folio which con tains a condition for ending the vendetta. Kayla and Steve provided a foster home for the abandoned baby. Jell concealed his true identity from Jeremy Jeremy told Max about the business being a front for smuggling in illegals, and they informed Rawlins they were through Coming: his new "family catches Nick off guard PASSIONS: Intent on averting trouble from Gwen and Rebecca Theresa locked them in the bathroom and walked down the aisle to Ethan. Sam arrested Jessica for the murder of her johns. Luis and Sheridan found Pretty floating in the Crane pool, and as Luis revived her he wondered who could have done such a terrible thing to a beautiful woman Coming: It's never to late for Gwen to seek revenge. GENERAL HOSPITAL: After the jury announced its verdict the TV cameras covering the trial showed Elizabeth impulsively embracing Jason, which Lucky took as evidence of an ongoing affair Sam v owed to Jason she'd get even with Elizabeth and commiserated with Lucky On learning that Jerry lost track of Jax, Carly followed Jerry and headed to Turkey. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Phyllis was found guilty, giving Lily, Devon and Neil some closure. After Sharon blabbed to Brad that Phyllis intended to leave town he alerted the author ities, who discovered incriminating evidence of Phyllis intending to buy an airline ticket. Kevin threatened to e xpose Gloria s role in the Jabot tampering de.ath and got her to fund Jana's surgery Coming: Things look bleak for Phyllis. IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK ... social habits, daily family commitments and sleep patterns may need to be adjusted. New friendships, added group activities or increased work duties may challenge established routines. Expect fast changes and don' t hesitate to make far-reaching improvements. A new era of financial planning, team participation and business expansion begins. Key decisions may involve reloca tion, career planning or revised property commitments. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). A potential lover or new friend may offer private invitations or hint at deepening intimacy. Remain sensitive to minor details. Small social errors, mistaken facts or wrongly interpreted comments may strain new relationships: if possible avoid misinformation, gossip or romantic speculation. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Team acceptance in the workplace is important. Pay special attention to unique observations and group planning Older colleagues will bring valuable experience to the decision making process Remain alert, however, to complicated time restrictions; revised schedules may be necessary. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23). Daily business pol i cies are a prime topic of discussion Colleagues may debate past work mistakes or corporate failures Join in and accept your role as part of the group At present shared workplace bonds will bring stability and renewed focus. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22). Last-minute workplace decisions will prove rewarding Expect managers and officials to opt for group inclus i on, revised team roles or new schedules Ask deiailed ques tions and clarify all permissions Complex paperwork and financial records may be demanded SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21). Family financial agreements and home-operated businesses will require careful planning. The long-term rewards, however, are promising and workable. Use this time to gather ideas, search out valid expertise or secu 're special funding : you won't be disappointed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). Relatives or friends otter unwar ranted advice or friendly observations Traditional home roles or daily routines may be key concerns. Remain philosophic and ask for clarity. Loved ones will be sensitive and h!ghly expressive. A rare business alliance may present complex opportunities. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. 19). Seductive invitations and unusual compliments may cause minor social triangles Some Aquarians will experience weeks of renewed sensuality Romantic intrigue may, however, cause unsettled feelings in the home. Remain gently expressive but carefully consider the needs of oth ers. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). A close friend or younger relative may reveal unexpected career plans Areas of interest may be long-term travel, information systems or public relations. Be sup portive but advocate a detailed examination of facts Ongoing research is needed. Pay special attention to the private observa tions of colleagues. ARIES (March 21-April 20). Candid discussions will renew vitali ty and add social confidence Many Aries natives will opt for long term romantic promises, new work routines and revised family plans. Loved ones may be waiting for your suggestions If so, clear ly express your aspirations. TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Loved ones are open to unique sug gestions or rare home adjustments Changing business needs or social schedules may require delicate management. Clearly outline your time restrictions and daily expectations. Common agreement is available. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Business officials may offer compli ments or detailed descriptions of their private lives. Stay focused, however, on work related issues. Familiarity with managers or bosses may not be as effortless as expected. Geminis born after 1973 may experience an unexpected power struggle between leagues. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Ask authority figures for detailed explanations of paperwork, rules or deadlines Debts and money contracts will be easily completed. Finalize all outstanding agree ments and watch for valuable financial opportunities TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1. Shooter, Paramount Pic tures, R 2. Premonition, Sony Pictures, PG-13 3. The Hills Have Eyes II, 20th Century Fox, R 4. Black Snake Moan, Paramount Vantage, R 5. The Last Mimzy, New Line Cinema, PG 6. Bridge to Terabithia, Buena Vista Pictures, PG 7. The Astronaut Farmer, Warner Bros., PG 8. Ghost Rider, Sony Pictures, PG-13 9 Breach, Universal Pictures, PG-13 10. Dead Silence, Universal Pictures, R TOP POP ALBUMS 1. Now 25, Various artists, Universai/EMI/Sony BMG/Zomba 2. Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus, Miley Cyrus, Walt Disney/Hollywood 3. T.l. Vs. V.I.P., T.l., Grand Hustle/Atlantic 4. Hairspray, Soundtrack, New Line 5. Coco, Colbie Caillat, Universal Republic 6. The Duchess, Fergie, will.i.am/A&MIInterscope 7. Minutes to Midnight, Linkin Park, Machine Shope 8. Back to Black, Amy Winehouse, Universal Republic 9. All the Right Reasons, Nickelback, Roadrunner 10. Lost Highway, Bon Jovl, Mercury/Island TOP POP SINGLES 1. Hey There, Delilah, Plain White T's, Hollywood 2. Big Girls Don't Cry, Fergie, wlll.l.am/A&M 3. Umbrella, Rlhanna, featur Ing Jay-Z, SRP/Def Jam 4. The Way I Are, Tlmbaland, featuring Kerl Hilson, Mosley/Biackground 5. Party Like A Rockstar, Shop Boyz, OnDeck 6. What Time Is It?, High School Musical 2 Cast, Walt Disney 7. Sorry, Blame It on Me, Akon, Konvlct/Uptront/SRC --8. A Bay Bay, Hurricane Chris, Polo Grounds/J 9. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappln'), T-Paln, featuring Yung Joe, Konvlct!Nappy Boy/Jive 10. Bartender, T-Pain, featurIng Akon, Konvict/Nappy Boy/Jive Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. Planet Earth ......................................................................... Prince 2. T.l. ............................. ................................................ T.I. vs. T.I.P. 3. NOW 25 .................................................................. Various Artists 4. Epiphany ..................................... ........................................ T-Pain 5. Almost Famous: The Sexy Lady EP ........................... Yung Berg 6. Because Of You ................................................................... Ne-Yo 7. From Nothin' To Somethin' .......................................... Fabolous 8. Double Up ........................................ ............................. ... R. Kelly 9. Good Girl Gone Bad ........................................................ Rihanna 10. Back To Black ................................................. Amy Winehouse 11. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ..................... ; ...... Robin Thicke 12. I Am .................................................................. Chrisette Michele 13. Ms. Kelly ............................................................... Kelly Rowland 14. FutureSexlloveSounds ................................ Justin Timberlake 15. Cold Summer: The Authorized Mixtape .... Young Jeezy ....... Presents U.S.D.A. 16. Timbaland Presents Shock Value ............................. Timbaland 17. Luvanmusiq ...................................................... Musiq Soulchild 18. Strength & Loyalty .............................. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 19. B'Day ................................ : ........ : ... ...................... ......... Beyonce 20. Sex Love & Pain ..................................... : ............................. Tank _Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. When I See U .................................. : ................................. Fantasia 2. Make Me Better .................................. Fabolous Featuring Ne-Yo 3. Do You .......................................... ........................................ Ne-Vo 4. teachme ........................... .................................... Music Soulchild 5. Same Giri... ........................................... R. Kelly Duet With Usher 6. Shawty ....................................................... Piies Featuring T-Pain 7. Let It Go ............ Keyshia Cole Featuring Missy Elliott & Lil Kim 8. Please Don't Go ..................................................................... Tank 9. Bartender............................. .. ............. T-Pain Featuring Akon 10. Big Things Poppin' (Do,. ... ............... .......... ; .................. T.I. 11. Get Me Bodied ....................... . ...... : .............................. Beyonce 12. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snar ') ......... T-Pain Featuring ....... Yung Joe 13. Wipe Me Down........ .. .... Lil Featuring Foxx & Webbie 14 : A Bay Bay ..................................................... : .... Hurricane Chris 15. Umbrella........................................ Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z 16. Beautiful Girls ...................................................... Sean Kingston 17. Crank That (Soulja Boy) ............................................ Soulja Boy 18. Sexy Lady .................................... Young Berg Featuring Junior 19. Bed ................................................................................ J. Holiday 20. Until The End Of Time ................................... Justin Timberlake Sentinel's Top 1 0 Rap Albums 1. T.l ................................................................................ T.I. vs. T.I.P. 2. Almost Famous: The Sexy Lady EP ........................... Yung Berg 3. From Nothin' To Somethin' .......................................... Fabolous 4. Cold Summer: The Authorized Mixtape .... Young Jeezy ...... Presents U.S.D.A. s. Strength & Loyalty ................................ Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 6. We The Best .. : ..................................................... ....... DJ Khaled 7. Rockstar Mentallty ...................................................... Boyz 8. Book Of Ezeklei ................ .. Diplomats Presents Freekey Zekey 9. Survival Of The Fittest ....................... LII Boozle, Webble & Foxx 10. Tool Muzlq ........... ......................................... ........... Pastor Troy Sentinel's Top 1 0 Rap Singles 1. Make Me Better .................................. Fabolous Featuring Ne-Yo 2. 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. Youth Leadership And Diversity -Awareness Program BY JULIA JACKSON Community Tampa Bay promotes dialogue and respect among all cultures, religions and races in Hinsborough and Pinellas County. They strive for a community free from discrimination through tion, advocacy and conflict mediation. Known as "Anytown, Community Tampa Bay is a nationally recognized youth leadership and diversity awareness program. Since 1991, they have empowered thousands of young people. A 5-day trip was held in Ellenton recently. This unique residential training was an unforgettable leadership experience geared towards high school students Students are chosen through their various schools They are also provided transportation by Community Tampa Bay Preparing to load the bus for the leadership training are: Tre Gibson, Veronica Johnson, Britney Staffold and Julian Jackson. Retired teacher Carroll Mitchell preparing to see her grandson, Lamar Mitchell off for the leadership training. Mr. and M rs. T h o mas (Gail) H u ggi n s wer c t h c J c to sec t h e i r younges t daughte r Tcncshia, off on the tl"ip. Julian Jackson and Britney Staffold, best friends, were among the students chosen to model during Family Night. Both attend Blake High School. On Family Night (Tuesday) parents and guardians visited the camp site. The leader of the Kuumba Drummers and Dancers, drummer Myron Jackson explains to the parents how long he has been involved with the program -15years. These young ladies were excited about their s-day trip, but were saddened when they _learned they'd be split up. They are: Nyinittia Huff, Shaquttia Sylvester and LaShondra Turner. The Kuumba Dancers performed with the students to demonstrate various communication dances. T h e Kuumha Dancc1s s e lected scvcJal stude nts to p mti c ipat c in a f a shio n show and JWmidc d the Afdcan attilc fo1 t hem to model. ---

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,.... 0 0 N ci .,... ti :;:) (!) :;:) <( c a: Jeraldine Williams Smith Attorney-At-Law 2504 East 12th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-8060 Phone (813) 248-8282 Fax Areas Of Practice: Probate* Property* Criminal* Appeals LL The hiring or a lawyer Is an lmportanl derulon that should not he based 9 a: LL c z w c w :I: en :J m :;:) Q. z j::: w ..J ..J :;:) m I ..J w z j::: z w (/) b.express my$eif, but get closer to the audiences and be.come more with the It's im. p ortimt to kno w 'they Watts, known also as Lioness, is a Tampa native and mother of twins, Nyheme and Zaire. While raising her children, she never lost sight of her desire to spread her love for music through creative arts, as well as being a proclaimed poet and rapper I think I have a unique sound of soul echoes of truth, balance and faith For the past decade, I've felt compelled to express myself by touching the souls of people with natural JOY WAITS "Lioness" understand and accept what you're trying to give them Lioness also wants to inspire children to get in touch with their creative souls. gifts, given to them by God. My mission is to thrive from the uplifting of conscious people "I am working with my twins on composing a poetry book for children, by children." East Tampa Group To Hold Two Meetings Members of the East Tampa Business and Civic Association (ETBCA), will hold two community meetings during the month of August. The meet ings are a follow up to general community meet ings that were held in May and June. Both meetings will be held at the Cyrus Greene Community Center, comer of Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd., and N. 21st Street. The primary focus of the meetings is to organize and discuss .challeqges and opportunities that exist and to empower residents and business owners to pri oritize common projects that will improve the East Tampa community. The first meeting will be held on Thursday, August 16th, at 6 p.m. Citizens living within the boundaries of E. Hillsborough Avenue to I-4 and N. 15th Street to N. 30th Street are encouraged to attend. The second meeting will be held on Thursday, August 23rd, at 6 p.m. Citizens living within the boundaries of E. Hillsborough Avenue to I-4 and N. 30th Street to N. 40th Street are encouraged to attend. The mission of ETBCA is to create a healthy business and community climate that will stimu late economic opportunities and improve living conditions. The goal of the organization is to develop affordable housing for low to moderate income families, to alleviate crime, to effectively improve recreation programs and facilities, and to support health initiatives for persons of all ages. The organization is also seeking to increase its membership and is inviting anyone interested in taking an active role to join. For additional informati on contact East Tampa Business and Civic Association's Office at (813) 248-3977. .GIBBS& PARNELL, P.A Attorneys At Law (813) 975-4444. 1-800-711-5452 www NE\VTam 1al a e PERS.ONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH Auto, Trurk :\lotorryde or Boat Arridents. Slip and Falls. \ursing Home \eglcl't or :\led. :\lalpral'tire. ALL SERIOrS 1\.JrRIES. Our Firm Is Rated "AV" By The Highest Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standard,-Worldwide. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisement. Before you decide, ask us to send you FREE written information about our, qualifications and experience. ._. ._._ . : .... -__ ,._ _ .. .. .. ... .. ... . ...... . ..... ...... ........ .... ..... .... . ..... I

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. . LOCAL Business Donates $500 To Haitian Hosp _ital -Mrs. Joan Woody is shown writing the $500 check for the Pignon Hospital in Haiti. Among the many needs of the people of Haiti is that of medical supplies. Locally, some people have dedicated themselves to helping to provide medical supplies and other necessities for th e people of th e country After learning of the work of Missionary Ruth Hodges, her son Keto Hodges, Rhodes Scholar Garrett-Johnson, Dr. Guy Theodore, of the University of South Florida, and many oth-ers, a St. Petersburg funeral home made a monetary donation to the effort. Mr;s. Joan Woody, of Woody's Funeral Home, donated $soo to the Pignon Hospital. The 6g-bed facility does not receive any government assistance and is in need of medication, medical supplies, and other items. Dr. Theodore is the hos pital administrator. Earlier this year, Garrett Johnson donated $1,000 to To School Shopping Here with. STOP SHOPPING! Including Dickie School Uniform -.. Pant.s, Shorts a Shirts a School SU1DDilies the Christian Mission and Pignon Hospital. Keto Hodges donated $400 and continues to donate $50 each month. Mrs. Woody said, "My husband and I have always supported missions. Recently we were made aware of the dire need of medical supplies for the care of the thousands who come to Pignon Hospital for treatment. Since we are not ab l e to travel to Haiti, we are willing to share the financial responsibility of the hospital Mrs. Woody said. For more than 20 years, Mrs. Hodges has traveled to Haiti bringing food, clothing, and donations to improve the. lives of Haitian citizens. Mrs. Hodges embarked upon her latest trip to the island earlier this month. She said donations are alwa y s in need because unlike in America parents must pay for their children to attend school. She hopes that others will have a desire to help those less for tunate. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@tlsentinel com. No sMoneys Down -Take It With "T1 ::0 0 )> c C) c CJ) -4 'TI r-0 ::0 c )> CJ) m z -4 z m r;m c rrm -4 z ""C c llJ !: CJ) :::1: m c m < m ::z:J < -4 c m CJ) C )> z c 'TI ::z:J 6 C) m w I 0

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c -a: LL. c z 1-> a: w > w c w l: en :::i al :::> D.. z w _, _, :::> al ...:. w z z w Cf) c( c a: 0 _, LL. LOCAL ====== Rh odes Scholar Has Message For Graduates BY GARREIT WYNSTON JOHNSON Five years have passed since I graduated from high school. An astonishing fact that hit home while preparing this article. Now, I realize that some of you own s hoes two or three times as old, whic h brings little comfort to my female classmates who have celebrated their 21st birth days for the past thre e yea rs (you know who you are), but we all recognize that high school grad uation is a BIG DEAL. Moreover, considering that nearly 6o% of Black students in Florida drop out of school and fail to reach this milestone in their lives, I consider this achievement a HUGE DEAL. So, it is with great honor and admiration that I congratulate Tampa Bay's 2007 High School Graduates. Although I graduated _in 2002 and am only a few s teps ahead of you in this journey, I am confident tha t regardless of whether you plan to enter the work force or the h alls of higher education many amazing oppor tunities and unlimited successes Has Moved To 50th & Sligh (Behind People's Beauty Supply) 447-5712 Senegalese Twist Invisible Braids Flat Twist Goddess Braids Micro Corn Weaves, etc. Natural Hair c reation 2201 Hillsboro Avenue (Next to Mincy lane, === ALL ABOUT YOU! ========= It's Our Son's Birthday QUITAAnd R. J. ,R. J. : ,. : l . R. J.,' !In( . : Yeah you see him, that #1 jitt stunna who's turning the big 7 on August 11. He will run it at Chu ck E. Cheese. Love, your mom, Quita, dad, Rashad, Sr., sisters, Nya (R.I.P.) and Timonnie, and family and friends. await you. That's right, regard less of w h ether your immediate plans are to work at Hardee's or attend Harvard, each of you possess the capacity to achieve success. Perhaps not measured according to Oprah's bank account, for the majority of us at l east, but we all can experi ence fulfill e d and meaningful lives For at th e e nd of the day, the person with the most dreams and d esire n o t degr ees --will pr evail. Just ask an accomplished college drop out, Bill Gates of Microsoft and 2n wealthiest person in the world). Not quite what you expected to hear from a Rhodes Scholar, eh? Don t get me wrong, I am a strong advocate for the inv a lu able virtues of higher education. And as my brother would say, "your name ain't Bill, you ain't white, so you better study hard." Attending college can greatly increase your earning potential, provide space for you to reflect deeply on important issues, and can increase your network of friends and resources But, simply going to school does not ensure you will leave -educated Believe it or not college students, much like our canine pets who are enrolled in obedience school, are almost guaranteed to graduate if we remember not to bark_ too loud ly and attend class regularly. Even the latter is not compulsory. Rather than aimlessly float ing through your college experi ence or life jn a dizZying array of distractions and youthful indis cretions I challenge you to contemplate the meaning of Socrates' statement'that "the unexamined life is not worth living." Read books that forces you to renegotiate your assump tions. Travel to distant countries that bring you into contact with unfamiliar' cultures and languages. Put forth the effort to empower yourself with the intellectual tools to truly exam ine life Because in reality, a college is common cur rency these days; everybody has one If you really want to party like a ROCKSTAR you must be willing to pay the price . A Tqmpa native, Garrett enjoys reading, eating, traveling, sports, and any music. with posi-tiue lyrics. The Spartans Have Got The Beat!!! JIMMY The twins are finally 10!!! Love, Meka, Jaquiez, Jimmy, family and friends. NowAt Xaro CHARL YN CANADY, stylist 7621. N 56th St (Temple (813) 369-7023 (813) BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS Re-Touch $40.00 Wash-N-Roller Set $25.00 Wash-N-Wrap (Dooby Wrap) $25.00 Oos Twist Loes

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Pol' k County ews First Annual Elks Youth Day The First Annual Elks Youth Day was held at the Rose Heights Elks Lodge #318 and Temple #217 on Saturday, July 20, 2007. Daughter Teresa West and :Ei:JCalted Ruler Harlem! Turf:fet: presel}ted the' P k t.(Mt Youth Football Willi\ $2,000 check .,: Pohce Depart. Fire Dept. and Paramedics, along with other municipals came out to support Youth Day. The community also cam e out and enjoyed multiple games, like horseshoes, jumping moonwalks, basket ball and horse rides Bicycles and various othe r prizes were given out and the kid$ enjoyed hot dogs and hamburgers all day long. Several of the unsung heroes(Elks members) are not pictured; but participated by providing various tasks at the Annual Elks Youth Day They were: Daughters Pamela Jones, Voncille Pinkston and Veronica Thomas, and Brothers George Griffin, Harry Bryant, Willie Stembridge and Willie Larry. Daughter Teresa West and Exalted Ruler Harlem Turner presented the Lakeland Patriots Youth Football Team members with a $2,000 check. Boys & Girl s Club members of Mulberry and Lalieland. Future NBA players eJ\ioying the festivities. (L-R) Brother James Hendrick, Daughter Veronica Rucker, Co-Commander-Daughter Patricia Pace-Woods, Brother A. R. Laidler, Daughter Debra Teague, First Lady -Daughter Esther Turner, Brother Bernard, Brother Johnnie Ferguson and Exalted Ruler Harlem Turner. Kneeling, Daughter Teres a (Mama T.) West and Keith Boy d Esquire. D. J. Bean provided the entertainment to the crowd. Several of the kids had a blast riding the horses. "T1 JJ c }< )> c: G> c en -i .... 0 I\) 0 0 ........ "T1 r-0 JJ en m z :j z m r;m c r rm :j z "D c m r c;; ::I: m c m < m ..... c m en c )> z c "T'' :::c 6

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===== --. . : . ===== --. -' 0 .... c if u.. c z < w ;:) t> a: w > w c w :I: en :::; m ;:) D. z tij ..J ..J ;:) m ..J w z t= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. Gabbing vvith Gloria School :News Polk County schools first day back this year is August 20. African-American principals are highly noticeable in the Polk County area. Among the dedicated are: Virginia Cummings-Lang at Auburndale Central, Joseph Griffin, Jr. at Crystal Lake; Terry Broadnax at Highland City; Thaddeus Davis at Lewis/Anna Woodbury; Tanya Matthews at Padgett Elementary, Ellistine Smith at Parcell, Jacqueline Moore at Rochelle School of the Arts, Terry Strong at Winston Elementary, Asonja Cross at Lake Alfred-Addair Middle School, Patricia Barnes. of Mulberry, Kenneth Strong at Sabal Palm, Curtis Thomas of Life Skills Center, Sallie Brisbane, Polk County Collegiate High, Wayne Dickens at East Area Adult School, and Ernest Joe at Auburndale High, who will become the Principal of Tenoroc High School when it opens in 2008 Weekend Visitor Mrs. Johnnie CharlowButler, owner of Charlow Funeral Home in Plant City, is a member of Hurst Chapel A.M.E. Church, Winter Haven Pastor Ronnie Clark. M;rs. Charlow-Butler 1225 N Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805-4259 (863) 688-2095 Fax. (863) 687 3409 enjo y ed the w ee k end wit h her s ister Ms. Ruthel Blake. Ms. Blake i s a staunch m e m ber of Mt. H erman AME Church, Rev. Henry Green is the pasto r Their brother, Dr. Robert L. Blake, Esq. resides in Dade County. He is a retired educator and Vice President of the University of Miami August Celebrants Thanks Florida Sentinel Bulletin supporters and Lakeland's Ministers for your monthly birthday acknowledgements. Love you, too Gabbing With Gloria. Birthdays are a blessing from God. Greater St. Paul M.B. Church Rev. N. S. Sanders and members extend birthday greetings to: Alice Walker, Justin Edwards, Mrs. Jonnie Anderson, Mable Edwards, William Hicks, Byron Sanders, Tone' Lundy, Sr., Marie Mitchell, Stephanie Franklin, Hugh Strafford, Yvonne Kelly, Noah Roundtree, Elizabeth "Sammi" Abrams, Henry Walker, Jr., Albert Turne r Christ Community Ministries Walter K. Laidler, II, pa s t o r and congregation send h appy STARKES ROOFING, INC. Residential & Commercial L eak Repair s No Job Too Slhall Or Too Large 20 Years Exp e rience 5 Years Established In Seminole Heights Community ""''" lakin!! \pplit .olinll' I or l>riH-r, Linn'l" lhqnir..-,1. b irthday Gittens, Remer Johnson, Ruth Williams, Donya Windham, Alvin Evans, Patsy McRae, Brian Wallace a nd Bridge t Wallace. Pilgl'im R est F. W. Baptist Church Dr. H enry J. Rodmon, pas t o r a nd all ot h e r s a t t h e churc h send birthday accolades to: Annie Phillips, Henry J; Rodmon, Jr., Mae McCormick, Jesse James Clay, Renilla Perkins, Billy Richardson, Carolyn Speed, Eddie Tyson, Sr. and Van Reese Clinton. Happy anniversary to: Deacon Horace and Earline Willis, Minister Jeffrey and Regina Clay and Alphonso and LaChica Howard. New Jerusalem M.B.Church Dr. J. L. Downing, Sr., pas tor, along with the entire con gregation send birthday wishes to: Robert Smith, Betty Houser, Pamela Martin, Linda Nalls, Dea. Cleveland Peterson, Dea. Eddie Engram, Barbara Jones, Dr. Omelia Barnum, Charles Wilson, Justin Downing, Barbara Linton, Jonnie Moore, Dea. Thedor Townsend and Anthony Holmes. Happy anniversary to : Rev. Alexander and Mrs. Svenetta Williams, Bro. Rickey and Mrs. Karen Jackson, Minister Marvin and Mrs. Linda Jackson, Bro. Benjamin and Mrs. Barbara Jones, Bro. Jimmie a nd Mrs. Shenita Downing, Jr. and Dea. Eddie and Mrs. Cynthia Engram. Elder Appreciation Day An appreciation d a y honorin g t he se rvic e of Pres idin g Elder F. Bernard Lemon and Sis. Lauristine Lemon, w ill be held on Sunda y August 12th a t 4 p m at New Bethe l AME Church, L akeland. All compo nents are asked to be prepared to celebrate this day with a gift. Checks are to be made payable to the Lakeland District DARRYL STARKES Roofing Contr=tctor License# RC0067277 Licensed-Bonded-Insured Two New Locations 1802 E. Mobile Avenue (813) 477-0108 Eagles Wings Ministries of ,;,;33;.;6;,;,1.;;.0 _____ Fax..;.;.;.;.(8..;1,.3,;.) 23;;..6.-7..;3.;;,25.;....,;.. ______ .1 Christ Community Christian Center Church will present 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 69 and Up ...... White Paint .......... $5.9 9 gal. Outs1de White Paint ........ $11.99 gal. oller Pan Set ......................... $2.49 ea 3 .. Br h us es ................................. 99 ea. SALE PRICES COOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Bishop Charles E. Brow of F:u.ll Gospel Cathedral Church Of God In Christ, with two loca tions: Full Gospel South in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Full Gospel West of Houston, Texas, in Evangelistic Services on Sunday and Monday, September 23-24, 2007, at 7 p. m. nightly. Christ Community Christi a n Cenler Church, is located at 704 Brunnel Parkway, Lakeland, 33815, (863) 6888000 For further information Join the Christ Community Christian Center family for a dynamic time of praise, worship and the uncompromised Word of God. Walter K. Laidler, Jr. is the pastor. Gloria's Things & Other Things Do not put of until tomorrow what can be enjoyed today Nothing can be truly great which is not ri g ht. SHAW-NUF TALK By Cynthia Zorn-Shaw Polk County Schools And Students Receive Awards Recently a numbe r o f N ortheast Po l k County Middl e School students attende d the National Technology Student Association Competition. Congratulations to those who won Top 10 national placements in several categories. Boone Middle School and Davenport School of the Arts both won first place in the Technology Transfer Challenge. Davenport School of the Arts: Anna Biondollilo, representing DSA, was awarded First Place in the TSA Multimedia Division. Kaitlyn BerubeGonzalez, placed 9th in the Career Challenge. The school also placed 6th in the Cyberspace Pursuit and lOth in the Agriculture and Biotechnology category Boone Middle School: Receiving a 5th place award in the TSA Multimedia Challenge for BMS was Magaly Martinez. Ashley Rodriguez received the fifth place award for BMS in the Communications Challenge. Boone Middle School also placed lOth in Medical Technology. The Shining Sta r A ward re cognized schools fr o m the 20062007 school year for outstanding work integrating instruction with technology A number of schools won Shining Sta r awards at the Polk County School District's sixth annual-Shining Star Awards Ceremony. Silver Star school and its team members are: Bethune Academy in Haines City -Deborah Congdon, Christy Cotton, Jessica Fredricks, Lauren Jones, Leeann Jones, Beverly Key, Sharon Knowles, Karen Parrish, Andrea Peters and Carol Richardson. Bronze Star schools and their team members are: Davenport School of the Arts -Christine Barwick, JoyceBehnke, Judith Canady, Peggy Tammy 1Farrens, Douglas Jump, Brian Kier, Tracy Miller, Susan Searls, Laura Sutton, Sonya Turlington, Terlessa Washington, Tony Wilmoth and Joyce Young. Dundee Elementary-Teri Brantley, Constance Jones, Carol Leighton, Stella Meridith, Jessica Short, Autumn Steine and Erin Welch. Class Celebrates Its Success On Wednesday, August 1, 2007, Rhonda Payne, Angela Townes, Oshia Wiggins and Michael Shaw celebrated their successful completion of a 12-week IC-3 computer course. Their Instructor, Deirdre Wright, with a couple of other classmates, join e d in with them. A Child is Born C on g r a tulati o n s t o Ollie a nd Bradney o n t h e bir t h o f t h e ir so n Jejuan McGary o n July 28 th. He was 20 i n c h es lon g o r 6lbs 9 oz. The proud grandparents a re: Wanda McGary of L a k e l and, Bradney Peters of Loui sia n a and Dorothy Smith;and great-grandmother, Mrs. Ollie Mae Smart both of Lakeland Youth Crusade 2007 Loose The Youth International presents 'Soul'd Out featuring Pra i z'n Th e Yard, August 8th -11th, 2007. Praise & Deliverance Temple Church of God by Faith, 407 S. Knight Street in Plant City, Florida, Minister Jerome Fortson, Pastor, will be the host site for this great event. All youth are invited. Community Day will b e held on Saturday, August 11th. A $500 back-to s chool shopping spree will be one of the pri z es on that day Don't miss the food, fun, prizes and games! All youth are invited For further information call ( 813 ) 759 0877 oremail : pdtcogbfl @ yahoo.com Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out! This week's Shaw-Nuf Sho utOut! goes to Shambria Horton, Gregory Smith and Ms. Shambriele 'Bre' Harrison. Th ese young people provide excellent customer se r vice with smiles to the cust omers of L a k eland Seaf oo d lVIarket. K eep up the go o d work, Shambria, Greg a nd Bre'! Heart E. Mae Says ... In the morning, when I r ise I w ipe the sleep from my eyes; I thank God for keeping me through the night, and thank him again, for the delight, to once again, rise, in the morn ing! "Cause me to hear thv louing-kindne.ss in the mor;ting; for in thee do I trust: cause me to know the way wherein I should walk; for. I lift up my soul unto th e e Psalm 143:8 Birthday Greetings Wishes for a Happy Birthday go out to Auburnda l e entrepre n eur, Kurt Bradley (Aug. 6th) ; Lakeland l a dy, Mae Golliday ( Au g 8th) ; Polk C i ty l a dy, Mae Miller ( A ug. 15 t h ) ; and Herb Hernandez, Executive Director" of' the Lakeland Housing Authority (Aug. 16th). Talk to Shaw-Nuf Tell Shaw-Nuf Talll about your church events, birthda y celebrations, weddings, family reunions, baby showers, accomplishments, etc that vou want to share with the of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, and I'll talk about it in Shaw-Nuf Talk. You can contact me via e-mail at czornshaw@yahoo.com, or by calling (863) 513-4992. I hope to hear from you s oon!

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. POLK COUNTY NEWS Full Time Sports Track Club Has Winners Full Time Sports Track Full Time Sports Track Club took a group of young Club is a non-profit summer athletes to Atlanta to com-track club and the coach is pete in a trac}t The Sedrick DuRant from athletes are from Plant City. This program Hillsborough and Polk was put together to keep the Counties and the kids did children busy and off the very well. streets. They received 1st place and The youngsters competed 2nd place medals in the 100, at Lakewood Stadium in 200, 'longjump and the relay College Park on July 21-23 team: e vehts. as part of AAAG Sports Fest. : ,p: JACARRI DURANT Andrea Bridges from Tampa Bay Tech High School in Tampa was also a medal winner. New Disk .Jockey At Rose Heights Lodge Mr. Gemini, known for his oldies but goodies sounds. Welcome Mr. Gemini! Lakeland Visitor Dr. Sam Silas of Patterson, flew to Lake}and to attend the homegoing service of Martha Pace Williams, held on Saturday, July 7, 2007, at Harmony M. B Church. Sam and Martha were close friends during high school and co"llege. Sam was the first Black person froPi .Polk County to enter tlie professional football arena. He played with the 49ers and Giants. He now resides in Patterson; NJ, where he teaches at the college level. The cousins are members of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Harold is the Victim Assistant Coordinator at the Lakeland Police Department. :tJ r c )> c: C> c: ...a. 9 1\)l 0 0 ...... r-0 :tJ CJ) m z -f z m r;-a:J c: r,... !!J: z "'0 c: aJ r-u; ::J: m c m < m -f c: m CJ) c -< Full time Sports Track Club members proudly displaying their medals are: Vincent Rourk, 17, from Victory Christian Academy in Lakeland; Israel Lewis, 19, from (class of 2007) Kathleen High School in Lakeland; Ryan Colson, from Edward Waters College of Bartow; and 0. J. Bennett, 16, from Kathleen HigJt Sehool, Lakeland. Taking the journey to Atlanta were: (standing) Keyshia DuRant, Nettie DuRant, 0. J. Bennett, Sr., 0. J. Bennett, Jr., Vincent Rourk, LaDonna Bennett, Ge'Harri Franklin and Coach Sedrick DuRant. Front, Ryan Colson and Israel Lewis. )>' z .f cl l:l 6 l I 1 j

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... :po;. : 0 0 N . . POLK COUNTY NEWS 0 ,... 1-(J) The Fourth Merit Retirement Dinner The Fourth Merit ::;) (.!) ::;) <( >"' Retirement Dinner honoring <( Mrs. Robin Raetees Rev. Evers Robinson, Dinner was served, Musical Celebration -the Kendrick Family, Introduction and Presentation -Rev. Evers Robinson, "Expressions and Remarks By Honorees" -Mr. Ronald Gardner, Mrs. Robin Brooks Gardner, Ms. Chloa Kendrick, Pastor Eugene Timothy Kendrick, Dr. Brenda Satchel and Mrs. Earnestine Frederick Willis, Community Honorees -Mrs. Barbara Arnold Andrews, Mrs. Emily Bell, Mr. Rudolph Bryant and Mrs. Luela Gardner, and Benediction -Elder James Earl Haughbrook. c a: u... c a: u... c z <( c (J) w ::;) 1-w > w c w ::z:: (J) :::i rn ::;) a. z i= w ;.J ..J ::;) rn I ..J w z i= z w (J) Brooks Gardner, Pastor Eugene Timothy Kendrick and Mrs. Earnestine Frederick Willis was held on June 8, 2007, at 7 p.m. in Mulberry. The program was as follows: Welcome Mrs. Carolyn Simmons, Introduction of Merit Members and Master of Ceremony -Ms. Sandra Brown, Master of Ceremonies -Rev. Evers Robinson, Occasion -Ms. Earnestine Law, Invocation -Elder James Earl Haughbrook, Grace -Q: Earnestine Willis (Honoree) was presented a plaque by 0 MasterofCeremonies, Rev. Evers ..J u... 0 cO w a: 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 IS Tampa, FL 33602 M Phone #_: (813) 223-3900 The hiring a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you dectde, ask: us to send you free wrinen information about our qualiticnliorLS aud experience. The honoree and family: (back row) sons, James Willis and Marvin Willis; (front row) Earnestine Willis, the Honoree and her husband, Steve Willis of Nichols, FL. Take it from me. You can prevent colon cancer by getting tested. They check your colon, and if they find a p o lyp, they remove it before it becomes cancer. If you're 50 or older, talk to your doctor about getting tested for colon 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. ' Hope. Progress. Answers. /1 8 0 0 AC 5 2 34 5 / www.cancer.org 02007 Amuricdn Cancor Sociuty. Inc.

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May also prepare billings and supporting documents under grant and joint project agreements Independent professional judgment is required together with the ability to understand and apply accounting principles, Agency policies and contract terms. Tasks include computerized processing involving Munis and other relational databases, maintenance,. analysis and reporting from complex financial systems records Must work cooperatively with various agency staff, grantor staff, banking staff and vendors. An employee in this class performs detailed analysis work and data entry and may be responsible for preparation of Agency grant and financial reports. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a BNBS in business, accounting, finance or related field and at least five (5) years experience in accounting, accounting systems, financial reporting, budgeting and financial management in a private business or similar governmental entity, or an equivalent combination of education, training and exp. Supervisory exp. a plus. Masters degree in finance or business may substitute for up to two (2) years of .. Loan Officers Wanted No Experience OK s Inside Major Mall in Tampa FfT & PIT Commission Paid Potential To Make Great Money While Learning the Mortgage Business! NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7-3 $10 00$11.00 3-11 Great Benefits . 401 k Raise In Apdl Limited # Of Positions Available. Don't Delay! Self Motivated, Professional Appearance a Must Pleasant, courteous ,-. .. r. LTC Experience Required Call: 813-977-9897 or Email: infinitylending@gmail.com Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 E. 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LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF TAMPA NOTICE OF SUBMISSION OF THE CONSOLIDATED PLAN FISCAL YEAR 2008-2012 (PROGRAM YEAR 2007-2011) AND ACTION PLAN FOR FISCAL YEAR 2008 (PROGRAM YEAR 2007) AND LOCAL DISPLACEMENT POLICY August 10, 2007 Notice is hereby given that on this date the City of Tampa is submitting its Consolidated Plan Fiscal Year 2008-2012 (Program Year 2007-2011) and Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2008 (Program Year 2007) to the U .S. Department of Housing and Ur\)an Development. Pursuant to !he requirements of 24 CFR 91. 105(b)(2), the City of Tampa, in an effort to afford affected citizens an opportunity to examine its contents and provide comments, published its Summary of Proposed Statement of Housing and Community Development Consolidated Plan Purpose and Action Plan, on July 3, 2007. The City of Tampa makes it's Consolidated Plan Fiscal Year 2008-2012 (Program Year 2007-2011) an-:1 Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2008 (Program Year 2007) available to the public. The City of Tampa Local Displacement Policies, as required by the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development, which address the displacement of persons, have not changed since last year A copy of the Consolidated Plan Fiscal Year 2008-2012 (Program Year 2007-2011) and Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2008 (Program Year 2007) is available at the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System, 900 N Ashley Street, Tampa, Florida, 33602 and the City Clerk's Office City Hall, Third Floor 315 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa Florida, 33602, where it may be examined by the general public during regular business hours The Consolidated Plan/Action Plan can also be viewed and printed from the city's Website Copies of the city's Displacement Policy are available in the City Clerk's Office Bring Offers! Seller Will Assist With Closing Cost! The List Goes On, THIS HOME HAS ALL THE UPGRADES!!! LINDA REDDISH Williams Realty iH:s 13) 495-6829 Direct (813) 68!1-9500 Office Home Mortgage Services You Home First Time Home Buyers Call Ainsley Oaux Lie Realtdr Home Run Real Estate Inc. (813) 564:-1954 The Florida Sentinel Bulletin The Voice of The Community For Over 62 Years ' Purchase A Home First Time Home Buyers 100% Financing Available For Credit Scores 580 And Above Hillsborough County & City of Tampa Buyers Assistance Accepted! Ask About Our "My" Com_munity Program! 813-234-4716 "T1 :::0 c )> c: HOME OWNERSHIP Your Job Is Your Credit Low Down Lease 2 Purchase Irvin (813) 965-5413 1607 E. Idlewild 4/2-In Top Condition Corner Lot, Suitable For 2 Related Families Appx. 2,000 Sq. Ft. $239,000.00 Call (813) 238-7034 First Person To Bring Owner Down Payment Gets It!! 3/1, Extra Room New Tile Floors All Credit Welcome !! 813.630.9827 Wholesale Properties To The Public Great "Fixer Upper" Deals www. rehabbersuperstore.com Kenny Rushing 813.227.9240 New Home 4 Sale Four Oaks Carrollwood 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Must See!-$179,900 1 00% Financing Owner Pays $5,000 00 Of Closing Cost Average Credit Needed (813) 270-1188 ALL CREDIT WELCOME !! 2, 3, And 4 Bedroom Homes For 0 Down Or Lease Option With Cash 1ST TIME HOME BUYERS MOVE TODAY 813.630.9827 4 Sale Or 4 Rent 4/2 -In 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 Save Big On 2 Yr Old Brooksville Beauty Nearly 2,000 SF, 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Car Garage. On Golf Course, Near 1-75 & Hwy 98. $45k Less Than Builder Price.@ $175k OBO Move-In Ready (813) 655-9870 North Tampa 3-1 House$90,000 East Tampa 1/2 Acre Lot-$95 ; 000 Temple-Terrace Duplex-$168,000 Call Ainsley Oaux Lie Realtor Home Run Real Estate Inc. (813) 564-1954 No Bank Qualifying Low Down Payments No Bank Approval Own Your Own Home Today!!! 4/1 Block Home Quiet Street 3/1 Home Newly Remodeled Many More To Choose From Call Shaun 813-972-7733 Office Located In Ybor City New Construction by: Pro-Fit Development, Inc. 2408 E 19th Ave 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Lanai . 2 Car Garage 1,709 Sq Ft $167,500k 2410 E. 19th Ave. 3 Bedroom/ 2 Bath 1 Car Garage Front Courtyard 1,650 Sq Ft-175,000K 2605 E. 28th Ave. 3 Bedroom/ 2 Bath, 1 Car Garage, Front Courtyard 1,650 Sq Ft 175,000K 10 Year Structural Warranty 42" Maple Cabinets Tile Flooring Throughout, Stainless Steel Appliances And Many Upgrades. Exit Exitreme Realty 813-0160 4012 29th St.3 Bedrooms/2 Baths/1 Car Garage 2712 24th Avenue3 Bedrooms/ 2 Baths 7404 Central Avenue-3 Bedrooms/2 Baths/ 2 Car Garage 1,645 Square Feet Down Payment Assistance And Financing A vail able_ On All Homes Lease Option To Purchase 3804 N. Tampa Street Tampa, FL Payments $1 ,250 00/Monthly 4/2/1 Lease To Buy 4/2 Owner Will Pay All Closing Gost Also Available For Rent -2/1 . Section 8 Welcome G) c: en -i ;..,. N 0 0 -...! (;)' m ..a. Call (813) 931-0646 813-775-8624 h

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0 0 N 0 ..... len ::J (!) ::J >;' < c a::: LL For Sale New l y Remodeled 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Utility, Carport Corner Lot With FenGed Yard, Quiet Neighborhood $135,000 Call (813) 569-0842 Remodeled Bungalow 1303 E Osborne c ii: 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath LL New Kitchen With Microwave, Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator New Bath Roof, Carpet And c Tile en w ::J ..... w > w c w ::I: en ::::i Dl ::J a.. z t= w ...J ...J ::J Dl ...J. w z t= z w en c ii: 0 ...J LL $20 000 Below Appraisal $141, 900 813-679-9527 NICE HOUSES 4 RENT 2,3,4 BEDROOM HOUSES ALL CREDIT WELCOME MOVE TODAY II 813.630.9827 2-2 Townhome $888.00 3-2 Townhome $1100.00 3-1 Hot'Se $92s.6o 1 4-2 House $1050 00 Call Ainsley Daux (813) 546-1954 3202 E. Giddens Avenue 3 B edrooms/1 Bath WDH,.Fenced Yard, Close To Everything $900.00/Monthly $300. 00/Deposit Call (813) 244-9335 3706 N. 55th Street House for Rent 2 Bedroomslt Bath CHA, Fenced Yard $850.00/Monthly +Deposit call (813) 621-5410 Or (561) 584-1288 Newly 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home $1,300 : 00/Monthly $250 00/0eposit Sectlon 8 Welcome (_ Plenecan (813) 382-2718 For More lnfoi'matlon Rhabb&d And T9 Rent 4032 Cortez Drive 2405 29th Avenue 2708 1Oth Avenue 3311 E. Ellicott Street 2102 E. 115th 3718 N. 32nd Please Contact 813.227 ;9240 Kenny Rushing www;rehabberauperatore,corii Section 8 Welcome 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath Home Fenced-In Backyard $1, 1 00/Per Month Call First In Property (813) 943-3300 3420 E. Powhatan 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath $950 00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome Please Call (813) 503-2832 No Calls Sat. Or Sun. Near Jefferson High School CHA, Fenced Yard, WID And More $985. 00/Monthly +Deposit (813) 879-5959 2806 N. 16th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-up, CHA $1 ,000 00/Monthly $800. 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (404) 290-3277 2107 34th Street ,. 3 Bedroom/1 Bath very Nice Available Immediately $650.00/Monthly $650.00/Deposit Close To Bus Line (813) 248-9072 'Riverview River Crest Community 8 Accepted 3 Bedrooms/2.5 Bath Townhouse WID Hook-Up Storage Room Move In Now! Call (813) 300-5$67 I West Tampa 1514 W. Nassau (Off Rome Avenue) Remodeled 3/1 Concrete Block, CHA $1, 150/Monthly $600/Deposit Section 8 Welcome '. ' Call (813) 980-3462 2411 E. Curtis St. Available Nowl Section 8 Welcomed! r 3 House 1100 Sq . Ft., Completely Renovated, All Appliances WID Hookup, Huge Backyard, Within Walking Distance Of Elementary Middle, And Schools No Pets, $1200/Month + Security Deposit (813) 417-1768 1, 2 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Available Locations AU Over Ta mpa Low Security Deposits CALL 813-600-5090 VI/INI/I/ REALPROPERTYWORX.COM 4/2 -With Pool & Pool House Also 2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Homes Option Available can (813)' 630-9827 2804 N. 16th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat & Air $850 00/Monthly $600 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (404) 290-3277 Clair Mel 3 Bedrooms/f Bath Quiet Neighborhood Newly Remodeled $950 00/Monthly $1 ,000 00/Deposit Phone (813) 545-8458 NewJy Remodeled 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Utility Carport Fenced Yard $995 00/Monthly $900 00/Deposit No Section 8 Or Pets Call (813) 263-5591 9607 North 1Oth Street North Tampa Home 1 Year Old 4/2 CHA, WDH ,DW Fenced, Alarm No Pets Section 8 Only Available September 1st 813-949-3482 Section 8 Special 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $1,175.00/Monthly $550 00/Deposit Quiet Neighborhood Available Now Also-Available Now 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Joe (813) 775-8624 "MuetSee" 1001 Grace Street West Tampa Area '% Miie From Downtown and % Mile From University Newly 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths 1700 Square Feet CHA, Huge Backyard Privacy Fence Washer/Dryer Hook-up $1,350/Monthly + Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 241 .. 1903 3/1 1016 14th Ave. 5/2 7507 New York Dr. 5/2 5709 30th Street Section 8 Welcome Call Tyrone 1-800-890-7639 East Tampa Home Spacious 2/1 CHA Fenced, W iD'' Hookup _; $950 00 Monthly -----' ----+ Section 8 Accepted (813) Condo -Dale Mabry Area 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Good Area Section 8 Ready Call Kenny Rushing. (813) 227-9240 Ready For Move In Jackson Heights Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced Yard, Central A i r/Heat, W L D Hookup $900 00/Monthly Deposit Negotiaple Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 632-9452 West Tampa 1906 West Arch: Street 1Bedroom/1 Bath Refurbished And Clean $650 00/Monthly + Security Deposit EHO-But NOT Eligible For Section 8 Owner/Broker 813 765-5368 2705 E. Cayuga & 908 E. Humphry 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Homes CHA, $750.00/Monthly $750.00/Deposit Duplex 8203 N. Alaska 3 Be?rooms/1 Bath, CHA, Wasl:ler/Dryer Hook-:UP $800. 00/Month : $800. 00/Deposit No SectionS Call (813) 453-0123 Progress Village Area 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WID Hook-Up CHA, Ceiling Fans Tile Floors Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 293-8431 1028 N. Marion Avenue Lakeland Rent 3 .B .. d I _t' 1t&;.; .,___ e roo ... Larrai Spht Plan, Near $2,ooo oo / Mb v e-ln $1, 200 00/Monthly Call (813) 601-0957 Rent To Own Low Down Payments 1 No Bank Approval No Credit Required Own Your Own Home Today!!! 4/1 Block Home Quiet Street $3,000.00/Down $1 ,200/Per Month 3/1 Home Newly Remodeled $2,500.00/Down $1,000 00/Per Month Many More To Choose From Call Shaun 813-972-7733 Office In Ybor _- 14901 Arbor Springs_ Circle #108 Pool, Fitness Center Gated Community $950.00 Per Month Call (813) 931-0646 University Area J .. Snow Sun Villas 12301 N. 2/1 ;. $650 : 00/Monttily Includes Water .::: On Site Laundry g acility 813-971..0341 . ., ; CLASSIFIED . .ADVERnSEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FQR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS:. EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES TUESDAY EDITION FRIDAY@ 3:00 P.IVi. FRIDAY EDITION -TUESDAY@ 3 :oo P.M FAX YOUR ADS 2417 TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Emallledwards@flsentlnel.com

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PTS. FOR RENT Gann & Gann Rentals Apartment For Rent 806 E. Floribraska Phone (813) 229-8696 8431 N. 39th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Upstairs Apartment Central Heat & Air $650.00/Rent $350.00/ Deposit l )'Si=' Area .. ; .... (' 1 l: .. . r 'I' Stlidios $425 00/Monthly Lofts $505 00/Monthly Immediate Occupancy CALL 813-977-3401 VW.JW. REALPROPERTYWORX COM Apartment 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths Located fn Brandon Close To All Convenience Private Backyard 2 Car Parking $825 00 Per Month Section 8 Welcome (813) 473-3746 University -square Mall Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $625 Free Water, Garbage & Sewer Lovely .Park .Setting Pet And Child Friendly On-Site Management 813-971-0341 River Pines Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN i COMMUNiTY Active independent living for 55+, quiet park-like setting, -shopping, social activities, riverfront living Efficiencies and 1-bedroom starting at $360.00 per month. ,. 1 ,. 0 FQr .Seniors San Terrace . App)itat!pn_ s available _Monday Aug&Jst 10 a.m .:... 2 p.m AtThe, San Loren z.9 Terrace Rental Office Located at 5225 North Himes Ave. Tampa, FL 33614 I Opening November 2007 I 1 BR Apartments I Rent based on income I 1 Must be at least 62 years ... ofage 01 hi! (813) 877-5800 TTY 800 955-8771 Tampa Heights 2301 N. Jefferson Street Studio Water & Trash Included $465 00/Monthly Call (813) 966-5760 Tampa Heights 308 W. Amelia Avenue 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Water & Trash Included $625 . 00/Monthly .._ I I , Call (813) 966-5760 Apartment 4005 N. 34th Street #B 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath W/WCarpet $500.00/Monthly Includes Water Call (813) 238-6353 Grant Park 3416 North 55th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $675 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Call (813) 359-7528 Or (813) 627-0482 West Tampa 21 02-A Palmetto street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, Utility Room, WDH, Water Paid $725.00 Monthly $550 00 Deposit Call (813) 223-5214 Seminole Heights Seniors 62+ Now Accepting Applications For : 1 & 2 Bedroom A partments Controlled Access, Library And Community Room With Activities Beautiful Landscaped Special Accessibility For HeahQg and Sight Impaired WeH Served By Public Transportation Income Leasing Office @ 202 E. Broad Street The Oaks at Riverview 0 (813) 231-7700 Oaksatrlver.view@verizon.net . : ' ' 0 usi= Area Duplex 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile & Paint New Appliances $600 00/Monthly + Security Deposit Section 8 Ok (813) 263:-6460 Section 8 2 Bedroom Duplex $750.00/Monthly +Deposit Call (813) 980-1229 Section 8 Perferred 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex Tile Floors, Large Yard WID Hook-Up (813) 230-8968 Duplex -2 Each .. 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath WDH, Large Backyard Close To Busline Section 8 Only (813) 932-4351 8431 N. 39th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Upstairs Apartment Central Heat & Air $650 00/Rent $350 00/ Deposit (813) 299-5669 Apartment/Duplex Available NOW Section 8 Tampa Heights 3/1 Duplex And 2/1 Apartment CHA, WSG Included WID Hook ups Call 813-21 0-028 7 Tampa Heights Duplex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Large Kitchen Close To Downtown $600.00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 412 W. Frances Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Fans, A/C, Security Bars WID Hook-Up Very Clean $625 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit (813) 391-7046 10009-A N. 14th Street 2 Bedroom, WDH Central AJC Section 8 Welcomed $700.00/Monthly $35 0 OO/Dep9sit .. Call (813) 986-3205 Or (813) 310-8598 West Tampa Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom Duplex W/W Tile, CHA Laundry Room, Lawn Care And Water Included Kitchen W/Breakfast Bar $700 00/Monthly $700 00/Deposit (813) 685-3208 Or (813) 843-7112 "TT ::0 1-IMti i' ;I ;J #';II c }< )> c 1 & 2 Bedrooms Available Just Like Home G') c University Area Leave Message CJ) -! Low Security Deposits Immediate Response ...a. 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