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, Celebrating 62 Years In The ---Tuskegee Airman Dies After Lengthy Illness SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 New CD Refleots Pf)Wer Of Faith SEE PAGE 8 . ActiVists Unite To Help ,BUsinesses SEE PAGE 18 Boarding Home Manager Charged SEE PAGE 13 ,, J ,een Gets Life c l : n lluhler Case SEE PAGE 27 CROWNED 2007 SIR LORD Anthony W. Stewart was crowned Sir Lord 2007 of . . Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta He was crowned during the re.c_ent 'Sir DebonairSir Lord Pres .entation Featuring Men of the 21st Century.' Sir Anthony is the son of Mr. Mrs. Ronald Wilford. He is an active member of Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, T. D. Leonard; pastor. Anthony attends Sligh Middle School. He is shown with President Gretchen Hunter:
Q ff Q z oC( c en w :l 'W > w c w :::z::: .en m ,::;) .a. Z t= w _, _, .::;, m . _, w z w en C a: 0 _, u. FEATURES School District Has Implemented 16 Of 21 Recommendations From Disparity Study Seated from left, Lorian Williams of Chaslo Merchandise and Promotion; School Board Member Doretha Edgecomb; and Dr. Pansy Houghton, Supervisor, School Choice. Standing, Atty. Robert (Bob) Morrison, consultant for the Office of Supplier Diversity; and Henry Ballard, Manager, Office of Supplier Diversity. BY GWENDOLYN HAYES ; Sentinel Editor -. Mason Tillman Associates, Ltd., conducted a Disparity Study for the School District of Hillsborough County. The study covered a period from July 1, 200i to June 30, 2004. In conclusion, the company made 21 mendations that needed to be implemented in the areas of construction, b:ut 16 of those have already been implemented. -. A workshop was held on Monday, July 30, with School Board members and other interested parties to the findings of the study and recommendations from Mason Tillman Assoc. School Board member Doretha Edgecomb among tho _se at the workshop, along with other School Board members. Also, officials from the Office of Supplier Diversity headed by Henry Ballard. From his office were Bob Morrison, Esquire, and of Lori an Chaslo Merchandise and Promotion. I Dr. Pansy Houghton, Supervisor of School Choice, was also present. The group visited the Sentinel to share the results of the study. They praised Mrs. Edgecomb f<;>r the work she did to include community groups and others. Mld, the leadership she gave to make sure the recommendations are implemented to all areas of the school district. "We want the community to know that as a board we're trying to put policy into place ... that will distribute the money equally." Ballard said workshops are in the planning that will inform those who feel that the policies are not affecting them. "We have heard the concerns and are trying to respond in multiple ways," he said. For instance, Ms. Williams said that emails CRIMINAL DEFENSE ... AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 (813) 259-4444 Former Asst Attorney General for Florida Former Hillc;borough County Prosecutor The lll:IDg of a is an important deci sion that s hould not be based solely upon advertisements Before you dectcde ask to send you free written information about experienct; ; ... are going out in bundles to remind vendors of the work shops. "We want to be a real role model to other counties that are trying to reach those same requirements," Mrs Edgecomb stated. The group stated that the Black Business Investment Corporation (BBIC) and the partnership with the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP Empowerment Committee, which was started by former President, Dr. Sam Horton, has also been supportive of the vendors who are affiliated with the Office of Supplier Diversity. S&me of the program improvements that have been implemented through the Office of Supplier Diversity since 1993 include: Free VendorBid Automated Bid Notification, Procurement Quote and Tie-Breaker Process, Professional Service Selection Procedure; SBE Prompt Payment Procedure; Accounts R eceivab le Line of Credit, Direct Purchase Plan, Outreach Events and Vendor Succ ess Profile s and Bid Leader Board. "As a result of our program effectiveness study, we will be expanding our small business encouragement efforts to include additional goods and services categories," said Jack Davis, HCPS Chief Information and Technology Officer. For any additional information on the study, visit the District's website at www.sdhc.kl2. fl .us or by Calling ( 813 ) 635-1240. 15th Annual School Health Fair Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON allows. Sentinel Staff Writer Additionally, the Vital Statistics Office will be open Members of the University during the Health Fair to Area Community Develop-provide assistance to parment Corporation, Inc will ents of children who are host their 1'5th Annual e ntering kindergarten. University Area Community The health fair is targetBack to School Health Fair. ing youngsters living in t h e The event will b e held on zip codes: 33612,.33613, Saturday, August 18th, 33548, 33549, 33604, from 9 a.m. until 2 p m., at 33617, 33618, 33624, the University Area Health 33639, and Center, 13601 North 22nd Children in grades 1st Street. through 8th will be given The health fair will pro-free book bags, school supvide physical examinations plies, and other giveaways and im111 unizations to all on a first come, first serve school-aged children. basis while supplies last. Parents or legal guardians Each family will have a must call (813) 870-4747 to limit of two book bags and make an appointment. the parent or legal gU.ardian Callers should ask for the must be present at the time University Area Community ofthe presentation. Back to School Health !"air. Parents must also provide Youngsters receiving proof of their current physicals and immuniza-address (such as a TECO or tions must provide an water bill). immunization record and More than 30 health, must be accompanied by a social, and educational parent or legal guardian. providers will be on hand to Youngsters will also be take part in the back to given free school physicals school health fair. For addi as well. Parents who do tiona! information contact not make appointments iMs. Martine Dorvil at, will be seen as tim. e (813) HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED IN' A Were You Hurt! Need Your Car fixed! Need A Good Doctor And, NHd A Ride To The Doctor! Someone Who Will Properly Document Your Case! Friendly and Courteous Staff Members If You Answered YES To Any Of These Questions, Then You N .eed To Call Me Now "Having Been In Several Accidents I f Myself; I Know Just What To Do To Get The Best Results For Vou"fl Before You Sign Up With Anyone Else, Call He. 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FEATURES Tuskegee Air111an Who Became Tampa's First Black Electrician Dies After Lengthy Illness Mr. Henry Bohler became a member of the Tuskegee Airmen at the age of17. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter A l o n g tim e T a mp a bu sint>s s man and Tus k egee Airman di e d F riday after a l e ngth y illn e ss. Mr. Henry Cabot Lodge Bohler was 82y car s -old In Marc h President George W. Bush presented the Congrt>ss ional Gold Medal to the original members of the historic Tuskegee Airm e n Mr. Bohler was unabl e to attend due to illn e s s but w as r cpre s c n t e d by his wi fc Mrs. Clifford Bohler, and their oldest son, George. (They are also the par e nt s of ;\nother son, Henry, and daughter; Pamela). Mrs. Bohler accepted the medal on his behalf. The memb e rs of the Tuskc g e c Airmen were the first Clll-Black Mr; Henry Bohler, a member of the Tuskegee Airmen, died on Friday at the age of 82. aviation unit in World War II. Mr. Bohler was 17-year s -old whe n h e b e cam e a member of the pre stigious unit. A nativ e of Augusta Georgia, Mr. Bohler was a student at Hampton University when he joined the Air Force. He was trained at Tuskegee with other pilots. However the war ended before he completed his training Mr. Bohler sen ed in South Carolina and Kentucky during his tenure with the military. After leaving the militarv, he returned to school, he 'earned his degree in Trade Education. Mr. Bohler, who moved to ;rampa in 1950, went on to bec-ome the first licensed African American e lectrician in Tampa. For several years, he owned and operated an electri cal business He also obtained employment at a local brewery and remained there until his retirement. During an interview in March, Mrs. Bohler, his wife of 59 years, said her husband was in e x c ellent h ealth and walked every morning. However, he became injured last year and never recovered. A memorial service for Mr. Bohler will be held on Saturday, August 18th, at 10 a m at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 13312 Cain Road (off Gunn Highway). Wilson's Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. Reward Offered .For Arrest Qf Murder Suspect Crim e Stopj) e i : S of Tampa Ba) r i s off e ring a r eward o f up to $ 1 ,000 f o r information that l e a d s t o th e of 35-year old Jarvis Tabron. Tabron i s wanted b y the Hill!;b o rough Count y Sh e rif f' s Off i cc f o r fir s t-degr ee murde r in c,Onnection w ith th e murd e r o f 54-yea ro ld Luis Escobar 11le h_;rin!= .:t lnwyer i"lUl dec-ision nnt bt: h:N..I '-nldy upt,n .loh"Ciit\C'IIIclltct. Rdore deade. us tn sc ud y ou wntten Ull nrm.'ltinn :1huut ,,u r "tu.1hfi::ltin11, .mel e'pn-it:lh:c JARVIS TABRO N th a t occmre d o n July 19, 2007 in R us kin Tabron i s a l so for failure t o r e g i s t e r with l aw e n force m e nt a s a s e x off e n de r In d i vid u a l s wishin g to r e m a in a n on y m o u s a n d b e elig i b l e f o r a cas h r ewa rd are a s k e d t o call C rim e St oppers a t 1-800 873T IPS (8477) o r repor t o nline at www.crime stoppcrstb.co m if they have any info rmation regarding the whereabou t s o f J a rvis Tabr o n .:. --i c m (/) Project Offers Free Sessions To Moms Who Deliver Premature Babies 0 l> .-< l> c G) c (/) --i BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor The Women of Zion Internationa l, Inc. recently rece iv e d an Allegany Neighborhood Initiative Grant from the .central Hillsborough Healthy Start Project to implement the Please Help Me To Help Me!!" Project. Let's Have Healthy Babies!' is what the group is calling it. According to Rev. Pauline L. Cole, founder of Women Of Zion this project "will provide educational sessions to socially and econoinically disadvantaged Black women who have had premature births in the last two years." Continuing, she said. Statistics show "that mothers who deliver a premature infant are more likely to do so again Therefore, if there is a Black female living in East Tampa or lived there within the last two years and had a premature birth within those two years, we are asking for you to please come and enroll in this pro ject. The project calls for Black females between the ages of 18 and 44 to come and be a part of project. The free educa tional sessions with special incentives and cel ebration at the end will begin on Tuesday August 21, 2007 a nd continu e each Tuesday through October 30, 2007, 6-8 p m at the University D eliverance Outreach Ministry, Inc s8o8 N. 40th St., Tampa '11 .The topics of discussion dur-5 ing the 9 weeks will start with :::0 getting acq1,1ainted on August 6 21st, followed by Healt-h and )Ill Nutrition, Prematurity, Famil y Violence and other 3 Interpersonal Relationships; Drug Abuse, AIDS/HIV, Post m Test, Edit Video, and Show .Video. The final .will include the presenting of .certificates for those who finish ,... the sessions. Women who are interested in being a part of this. project should enroll now contact ing Rev. Cole at (813) 971-4787 or Irene Bembry at (813) 980-0928. z c: m ,... (j) % m 0 "We want to help the women learn how to take better care of themselv es so that no other m children will be born prema-turely, but will be born -f healthy," Rev. Cole stated ffi en 0 WARREN DAWSON )> z 0 .., :::D 0 cRIMINAL; LA\V 221. 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. ""C l> G) m
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Clo no t nece ssar 1ly re flect the ee11 tcnal s tance ot T he Florida Sentinel Bulletin or tne Publi sher Congratulations, Sierra Leonel 1 1 l \ fter a revolution that costs hundreds of thou.. sands of lives, billions of dollars and the almost .. i complete dismemberment of a national government, the nation of Sierra Leone has finally taken steps to put itself democratically back together again. For the first time in the past two years, the people of this nation c whose ancestors were indigenous Africans and former a: African slaves, went to the polls and voted, with their LL feet as well as their hands. International news media carried the faces and sagas <( of men and women caught in the middle of the Sierra Leone civil conflict, who, among other atrocities, had c their hands chopped off by rebels during the AND en YET, THEYVOTED! Such bravery and commibnent to a democratic process t-and freedom-oriented way of life makes us, in this nation, bo\11 proud and ashamed. We are proud because W as a collective African people in an American society iij who has not always granted us the right to vote, we feel c the and urgency of the Sierra Leone people. But W we are also ashamed because in America today, many of us -even with ten good fingers and two good hands -are ::i unregistered to vote and frankly have no interest in exercising what people are dying for, throughout Africa C.. and throughout the world: THE RIGHT AND THE ABILIZ TYTOVOTE! i= w ..J ..J :::: m ...:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL Therefore, we stand and congratulate the people of Sierra Leone, for doing what is akin to coming back from the dead for rekindling the ashes of your democracy and lighting a fire of hope where all glimmer of hope had gone out. In the with an up'!oming presidential election of our own, we ask the pe()ple of Sierra Leone to please, pray for us, here in America. Pass it on. Deadly Toys Recalled, Hopefully In Tlmel you are a parent, grandparent or guardian, child-........ worker or if you are simply concerned about ren, you'll be shocked to know that your home or classroom contains deadly toys. Bought from May through August as early Christmas presents, birthday gifts or as play toys for childcare centers, Fisher-Price and Mattei toy manufactures have recalled millions of popular children's toys, which were made in China. Affected toys include: Big Bird, Elmo, Cookie Monster, and Dora the Explorer. Concerns over lead-based paint used on these toys prompted the recall of at least 1.5 million items. This is despite the fact lead paint has. been banned in the United States since 1978. What is even more tragic and insulting is the probability that the lead contaminated toys are the result of Chinese companies attempting to save money, while also using a paint-base that would provide' more brilliant colors, especially reds <:t and yellows. Other "Made-in-China" toys recently W recalled include, Easy-Bake-Oven (which explodes), G Thomas Tank (heaven knows what it does accidentally), Black American History By Rudolph Harris Understanding The Political History Of The 1960s (Series) : z, _,. f sc hool d i s tri c t s would write some learning ' objec ti ves outlining the hi s tory of the "New Fronti e r a nd "Great Society" administrations of Presidents John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, r es p ec tively, some most meaningful American History would become a reali ty. In fact, some of the most significant Black History fa,cts would become a reality. These districts would be exposing relative foreign policy concepts like Kennedy's 1961 Inaugural, "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of lib erty." Think about that quote a nd reflect th e present pol i cy of Pres id e nt George\\'. Bush conc e rnin g protec tin g d e mo c r acy in Iraq. Th ese arc r eflec tions of differ ent political parties. They are s imilar in s tand ing up for th e p rin cip l es of free dom and d e mocracy eve n in th e theori es of foreign policy. And the world stood and observed the Johnson policies in waging the Vietn a m War. We found President Johnson second to none in presidential history in standing up for the rights of African Ameri ca ns in fighting for the passage of th e Civil Rights Bills of 1964 and 1965. And let us not forget th a t Johnson was a southerner, former Congressm a n and U. S Senator from the State of Texas. Although Kennedy began th e work o n s u c h bills i t was Johnson who st e pped in afkr Pres. Kennedy's as s assin ; ttion and saw those bills through th e Hou se" and thl "Senate ." Il e could wt'll hl' ca ll e d the g r eatest U. S. Pres ident wh e r e progress for African American s are co n cerned. The young generati o n s s hould know this history. Afte r all, they will for th e m os t part b e our next presidents, governors, congressmen a nd senators. Let u s comme nd our l oca l l ea d e rship h e r e at h o me, es pecially Mayor Pam Iorio and City Council Chairpe rson Gwen Miller a nd ot hers for recommending th e M
COLUMNS -I c m (/) The Sole-Man Speaks i Another Vievv 0 . By RANDOLPH KINSEY )> c C> c J The Road To ..Jerusalem1J J :XJhen you go to ... , .. Jerusalem, make Jerusalem, then we can bring peace to the world Even now, despite, our own overwhelm ing problems, we are over in Jerusalem trying to do just that. But ever so often, our fancied, damsel in distress (better known as the Israeli government) simply decides she doesn't want to play along The Demise Of PIP Insurance? -* sure you see the Western Wall better known as the "Wailing Wall. It' s the only part of the Second Temple left standing, since the time of Herod-the Great. Arid I'll bet you'll find it overpowering and dramatic, as you stand entranced at the never-ending procession of young men and grandfathers full-bearded, wearing round fur hats, prayer mantels and traditional long overcoats, while they bob and weave like boxers, with hands clasped and murmuring prayers that seem to never end And make certain you visit any one of the 36 churches inside the incredible cluttered and gold-encrusted Church of the Holy Sepulcher. But I warn you, if rc allergic to dust don't go in! Take for instance, the construction of a road whose designers could have come straight out of a former South African apartheid nightmare ... either that or they could have been a throwback to the American trouble-days of segregation and Southern Jim Crow! But what Israeli road builders created, we're told, was their idea and theirs alone. Listen to what they had ii1 mind . According to the New York / T f the Florida State ;_1. and t .he . . Insurance compan1es have their say, Personal Injury Protection Insurance will soon be only a memory. All kinds of reasons have been offered as to why Personal Injury Protection insurance, better known as PIP Instirance, should disappear from the insurance industry. But I wonder has the real reason been revealed. It is a known fact that the insurance inciustry controls insurance and the laws the state legislature pass. In this writer's humble opinion, the insurance industry controls the Legislature through the large amounts of money it donates to politicians' political cam paigns. It is also my opinion that insurance companies and not the Legislature, wanted PIP Insurance gone. They wanted it gone because it is costing them too much money. Next to towing, labor and rental reimbursements, PIP is the cheapest insurance car owners can buy. Yet, it is one of the most costly automobile policies for insurance compa nies. There are two reasons why this insurance costs insurance companies so much money: The first reason is the cost of doctor and hospital fees. One trip to the doctor or the hospital under PIP coverage can cost 20-40 times the cost of the premium for PIP Insurance. The second problem with PIP insurance, in my opinion is that it allows people that have been involved in an auto mobile accident to build a liability claim that could cost insurance companies thousands of dollars. What nobody is saying is that PIP Insurance is a losing proposition for insurance companies. PIP insurance will only con-1\) 0 tinue to be, if insuranc e com-panies can find a way to make money off of it. What legisla tors and insurance companies ought to do is to completely revise the automobile insurance system. One insurance that compa nies sell is medical payment insurance. Not enough con sumers take advantage of this coverage by buying it. A second coverage that con sumers should take advantage .of is uninsured motorists insurance. This coverage would provide financial compensation for those that are seriously injured in an auto mobile accident. Legislators ought to take stronger measures to ensure that auto owners have insur-., ance. An auto is a dangerous rinstrument. Maybe an unin-sured auto should be confis0 cated if involved in an acci-:J> dent. Auto insurance must be CJ) affordable ::f z Instead, visit the Yael Vashem, which in Englis h m eans "A Place, A Kame. Housing a monument to the Holocaust victims of World War II, it is considered by to be the most moYing s\ mbol of modern .Jerusalem Times, Israel's newest road has "two pairs of lanes, sepa rated by a tall wall of concrete. The Israeli side has many exits. The Palestinian side has few exits Say Israeli government road planners, "The point of the road is to permit Israel to build more settlements around East Jerusalem, And That's The Way It Is m r-1 m c: r r-z But for me, there's another n 1 odern Jef ttsalem, perhaps not as nioving as Yad Vashem, b\Jt equally unsettling. It's a road being constmcted through the West Bank, and east of .Jerusalem. When completed, it will allow b9th Israelis and Palestinians to travel on the road, SEPARATELY! .'.cutting the city off from the West Bank, but allowing Palestinians to travel unimpeded north and south through Israeli-held territory." To Get To The Other Sidel "'D c: m r-Instead of using the word "separateb" maybe shoulcf use anothe1; term that has more of a twist. l\1'aybe, I shouid use the term "SEGREGATEDLY!" (Is that a word?) whither it's good English or not, it certainly seems to fit this most recent decision, by a society whqse very existence 'for the past ten centuries of the spiritual cen terofthe Western mind. Indet; since the end of the Secopd World War, we in American government have got it iil our heads that if we can bring peace to Israel and However, observers notice that "the majority of Palestinians, unlike Israeli set tlers, will not be able to exit areas surrounded by the barrier or travel into Jerl.tsalem." Yes, most likely the major rea son for such road design is terrorism. But forgive me, if it reminds me a little bit like racism. r Meanwhile, go to Jemsalem. See the 'Wailing Wall', visit the Dome of the Rock and the Mount of Olives. But before you .leave; make sure you take a ride down that segregated road ... the through the West. Bank, and east of Jerusalem. And as you're ing along, ask yourself, "If He came today, and He wanted to go to Jerusalehl, what road would Jesus take?" en serious attempts o understand uman behavior is given its proper consideration, its testimony will speak for itself. After ISO years, what have we learned? When does Black America step back from the mirror and look at her entire profile? At the end of the day, ISO years later, who really cares about. the horrors of American slav ery? Why do we keep beating a "dead horse"? A century and a half later, why does the mention of America's most heinous time in history cause fear? But, the atomic bombing was not pret ty, either. No, it wasn't. Keep up please... historicaHy,. putting the. "cart before the horse" has-had its own repercuss_ions. Chronically, America 111._. Speakingfor Itselj' 1-Name: I f'J Sentinel Bulletin Mailin_g_A_d_dr-es_s_: --------l f' -----------' __j City: State:_ _Zip: __ I 1 Mail Or Bring To: I 2207 E. 21st Ave., Tampa, FL 33605 Check One Money Order Credit Cards Only! __ 6 Months -$44 __ 1 Year$87 I was in a different setting in This past Sunday, I sat in the 186s. Then, again, maybe not! presence of two young women Let's look under the mg, shall and three young men each \ve? gender in its own and respec-It was a hot day all over the tive conversation. UnsurprisSouth. A mighty heat wave ingly, the young Black consumed the entire region of American womeri spoke of a North America's southern male friend who'd made appli states. The war ended and the cation to Harvard University reorganization of the South Unsurprisingly, one of the was underway. Slave owners young Black American men had a job to do. A tall, bearded remarked, "Whoever heard of and slim President a Black person going. to Abraham Lincoln, against Harvard?" "good." counsel, signed the "Nearly: half of people Emancipation Proclamation, murdered m the Umted States which afforded freedom to year Black, part of a those who had built -the persistent in 'vh.icb American economy to her are bloom and prosper. Beyond VIOlent resistance, yes, although most accordmg to a Just1ce slave owners were downright Department study released. angry. '_fhursday . AJ\1ong findStill, they had a job to do. mgs: the study found President Lincoln had Black more issued a federal order. The to be cnme \'lCtlms than Black Cenf d t A -1 t th female..s; that Black murder e era e rmy os c victims tended to be younger war, so the Un10n had begun th h't H' h .;t t t .. an w 1 e or 1spamc onuurn he page. Lest we cide victims and Blacks d_1srespect honor and_ dec_ep-in poor or t;rban households twn, th_e were .more likelv to be \'ictil'iland 1ts rat10nal e ized 'than in higher defmed more than income or ntral areas. c;; % m 0 m < m -t c: m (/) 0 :J> z 0 "" ::D a for slaves. Prest.dent So wlw did the shl\'e retum Lincoln, as slave ownto phtntatio t1? We might as ers had a JOb to that w e ll did: the was to save the Umon Ill the chicken cross the roa
,... 0 0 N c a: LL. c z < c C/) w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: C/) ::::i m ::> a. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m ...:. w z i= z W 0 C a: 0 ...J u. BIRTHDAY GREETING TATI And MIKE To the only woman other than my mother that stood by my s ide as I was fighting for freedom This is for your faith in m e and love for me Happy birthday, Tati, m y #llady. ( lf13.247.77 .17 4939 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 www.hatspatanbroadway com Happy First Birthday COR'NAYLEAH REDFIELD She's offici a ll y got 365 days under her b elt. It was all play, no work, smile, laugh, love and fun is her job description. What about yours ? Well, it do esn't matt e r the po sition has been filled. So c o m e c e l ebrate h e r diva day lik e the Lil L a dy s h e i s. Consumer Protection -Holit Meeting Hillsborough County's Consumer Prote ction Bo ard will hold its regular m eeting Tuesday, Aug. 14 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in Conference Room D To: Pookie-Do From: MiMi POOKIE-DO MRS. MIMI H a pp y birthday s weetheart and may y ou have plenty bl e s sings on your birthday. Can't wait until y ou ge t h o me. L o v e Mrs. MiMi. Subscribe Today! :-: o n t; ... 1t Sentinel Bulletin : : :vs. : : :.;.t .: I 'A: .: i cdc ltJs, re+ I OF TAMPA I N C Stepping Stones .Job Readiness Training Career Resourc e Cent e r Is This You???? E x-offender, Transportation and Childcare Prohlems. Sketchy Work Hi story, or Intervie w Trouhles!!! S r o n es w i II e n a ble you t o ove r c om e emplov m cnl o b stac les b y t e a ching you to Mas ter the appli catio n Express confid e n c e allhe j ob interview c a ... h lll(t.'llll\t.'' [II 1 LAm16DIPRESSIONS HAIR STUDIO Explain work history and background Write a winning resume Dress for success 4202 E. Busch Blvd., Suite 8 (813) 989-2463 Blvd. from Mel's Hot This board acts as a quasi- WIN THAT JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! C a!->h int.cnli\1..', w gra duah:' adjudicatory body to enforce BACK TO SC'HOOL SPECIALS the provisions .of the . Consumer Protection When:August 20-24,2007 Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Location: Ordinance. For more information, con-2631 E Lake Ave. Tampa Florida 33610
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Washington Family Reunion Th e Washington Famil y gather ed at Ft. D esoto Park f o r it s picn_ic and banquet. The t h e m e for t h e 2007 gath e r i n g wa s Divid e d B y Distance, B o n ded By Love. (Photographs by Treasure d Moments -S ylvester Harris) Mother Sara Washington Johnson, the oldest family member, is joined by Moses Wiggins and grandchildren. L ?_-.-q"_" J Ask For Danielle Or Malissa LOCAL HowardW. Blake Grand 10-Year Reunion T h e Yellow J ac kets of D o n T h ompson/Howard W Blake a r e p l anning a G r a n d R eunio n to ce l ebrate 1 0 year s of t h e r eturn o f the n ew sc hool (19972 00 8 and beyond ) Alumni are invite d to m eet and greet and fellowship with alumni from Don Thomps on ( 1945-1956 ) Howard W. Blake ( 1956-1971 ) a nd r eturn of Howard W Blake ( 1997-and b ey ond). Sligh Middle School Open House Sligh M i dd l e Sc hool w ill hol d its Ope n H o use o n T hursday, A u g u s t 1 6, 2007, 5:30-7:30 p m R e fr eshments will b e ser ve d Co m e f o r informatio n and stay f o r the raffie. If you arc i n n ee d o f trnn:-;po rtati o n please cn ll the sc hool at ( 8 1 3 J 276 5596 n ne! ask for Sharon Edwards b etwee n the h ours o f 7 a. m and 3 p m Nigerian Women's Assoc. The ce l ebration will be h eld at the DoubleTree Hote l, 4500 W. Cypress St., on Thursday, August 30, 9 p m.-until. Special invited guests are the Tigers of Middleton High School. To Host Health Fair For more information, please contact Flora Dawson, (813) 238-6282, Edith Randolph (813) 4950102, or Erma Griffin (813 ) 232-8661. The Nigerian Women's Association will be hosting a community health fair. The event will be held on Saturday, August 25, 2007, 11 a m. -4 p m. at St. Peter Claver (O'Keefe Hall) 1203 N Nebraska Avenue Tampa, 33602. There will be medical personnel to do free physicals for adults and children. The medical personnel include: medical doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses. Pharmacists' will be available, to offer advice and answer questions about medications. Health educators will also If Your Hair Is Not Becoming To You ... You Should Be Coming To Br.enda 2806 N. 34th Street Call247-1912 or 657-2405 8127Z!ILE &Ala $30.00 RETOUCH $20.00 SHAMPOO BASIC STYLE TWIST UP DO'S PONYTAIL EXTRA 1ST TIME CLIENTS ONLY! $10.00 OFF NY S be available to educate the public about HIV and management of cholesterol and diabetes. Health screenings will include blood sugar and blood pressure check. In addition to the above, free lunch and free drinks will be served. There will be plenty of giveaways for school and personal use. For more information, please contact: Dr. Laeticia Muforo (813) 546-4895; Dr. Elizabeth YakugbuOkogbaa (813) 625-7966; Mrs. Eunice Nwagbuo (8i3) 243-9707; and Mrs. Amaka Ilonzo (863) 293-9706. 1803 N. 22ndSt.& 7th Avenue Specializing In All T Of Braiding BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS $10.000FF for Appointment Call: Mai@ 234-01 04 -or247-1033 NewYork e tJ & $flufitJ 'Beauty Store 'Bar6ershff 21 J W. Brandon Blvd. 60/ Parsons-Home Shopping Plaza (813) 654-1175 MS. SHERRELL A. LEWIS-OWNER '}(air Salon 'Fashion 'Boutique Your Ad Should Be Here! Call For More Details (8131 248-1921 -1 c m (/) 0 l> c G> c (/) -1 _. +:>. 1\) 0 0 ....... "T'I r 0 lJ (/) m z ::i z m r I m c r r m -4 z "tJ c: m r en ::I: m 0 m < m -4 c: m (/) c > z c "T'I lJ c
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LOCAL West Tampa Boarding Home Closed, Manager Charged La s t Thurs day n ight, the D epartment of Children an d F am i l ies, T ampa P o l i c e a nd Tampa Fi r e Res c ue met at a n adul t boarding house, 2347 West Beach Street. Th ey we r e there t o c h e ck o n the w e lfar e o f se v e ral elderl y residents reportedly li ving in the building. Official s s a i d the y found 18 di s abled or elderly people in 5 s mall room s on the first floor of the two-story building. Officials said the air conditioning unit had been broken for two days. They also reported the rooms had no windows and the doors to the rooms were closed, not permitting any air circulation. DCF removed all 18 residents from the premises. Some had medical or physical problems and an 86-y ear-old woman wa s report edly on the hard floor unresponsive. Tampa Fire Rescue evaluated her. and she was transported to a local ho s pital. O ff icials sai d t h e r e was on l y one ba t h room for all t he r esidents, and the up stairs p a r t of the bui l d i ng di d not a ppear to be i n u se The owne r of the bu i ldin g w a s n o t i dentifie d but t h e property manage r w a s identified as 36-year-old Daphne Jones. Jones was charged with 18 counts of aggravated adult abuse negligence. She was later released from jail after posting the $135,000 bond. The Tampa Fire Marshal and several investigators responded to the scene and indicated the building was last inspected in February 2006. It was inspected as a boarding house, and the owner was told they could have 6 persons or less inside. An adjacent business, Daphne' s Upscale Salon, was told it could not be housed in the same building as the boarding house. The Fire Marshal later indicated he was closing the boarding Middleton Alumni News Class Of 1971 Middleton High School Class of 1971 will hold a meeting on Thursday, August 16th at 7 p. m. at Springfield College, 225 W Busch Boulevard. They arc asking as many classmates as possible to attend this riwcting as they have planned a social event on Saturday, September 8th at Lopez Park. A:lso, their agenda will include implementing an annual scholarship drive and donation toward the James Gatlin Scholarship already in its second year at Middleton High School. For more information, please call 813-650-6552 DAPHNE JONES DCF has file d a complaint against Jones w i t h the D epartment of Busine s s a n d Pro f es siona l Regul m i on, and if "he is f o und i n v i ola t i o n her lice nse t o operate the facility could b e r evoked. Attorney Richard Escobar, id entifie d in the arrest r eport a s Jones's attorney did not r eturn call s to this office la t e turned t h e building intD a business an d opened it a s al o n a nd 1 had no idea shP wa::: o pprat i n g a boa r d i ng h ome." Jones said h e a n d his e x \ v i fe r a r e l y s peak but h e s till i s a nxiou s t o s ee th ei r s on, w hom h e h a s n t s e e n f o r 6 years. house due to the overcrowd ing, improper locks on outside doors, lack of proper exists and other fire code and licensing violations. Keith "KiKi" Jones, Daphne's former husband, said the couple divorced for a while and the building was something they bought while still together. "We purchased the building, our home and a few other things as a couple She "Whe n w e divorce d I didn't contes t any thing. Sh e got it all. Now, I jus t wislt her the be s t and s h e 's in my prayers that everything will turn out right. I am a Godly man and I want to keep everything spiritual and believe God will take care of it and make sure everything turns out right. Public Notice Substantial Amendment To Hillsborough County Fiscal Year 07-08 Action Plan According to the fiscal year 2006-20 I 0 Hillsborough County Consolidated Plan s Citizen Participation Plan. when a Substantial Amendment to the Action Plan is proposed a summary of the amendment must be published noting tlu: proposed changes and locations of where copies of the proposed amendment can be examined by the public. The Action Plan guides the County on how it will spend grant money received from the1.Inited States Department on-lousing & Urban Development. All citizens public agencies and other interested parties arc encouraged to examine the proposed amendment and submit comments in to Ms. Nikki Morton at the Management and Budget Departm.:nt, 601 East Kennedy Boulevard. 26th Floor. Tampa, FL.. 33601 or at mortonn@hillsboroughcounty org Public review and ability to make comments in \\"Titingto this amendment is for thirty (30) days. All comments must be received by 5:00p. m .. Friday. September 14, 2007. A public hearing is schedult:d lor Wednesday, September 19, at 2 p.m with the Hillsborough County Board of County Commission to adopt this Substantial Amendment. The hearing will be held in Commission Cham bers. which is located at the County Center. 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 2nd floor downtown Tampa Anv comments received will be noted. The amendment is available for review along with a listing of all other. recommended allocations pertaining to CDBG public services at the following locations starting on Wednesday, August 15. 2007 ; Management and Budget Department-601 East Kennedy Boulevard. 26th Floor. Tampa Aflordable !lousing Office-1208 Tech Boulevard. Suite 300, Tampa 78th Street Community Libral) 7625 Palm River Road, Tampa Jimmy B Keel Library2902 West Bearss Ave Tamp!! Ruskin Library -I Dickman Drive SE, Ruskin Bruton Memorial Library 302 McLendon Street, Plant Citv Uni versity Area Center-14013 22nd Street T;mpa Community Development Block Gnnt (CDBG) -Public Sen ices Program Funds . Bay Leg a l ServicesLegal Services $ 32.623 Big Brothers Big SistersMentoring Hours $ 30. 000 Boys and Girls Clubs Afterschool Care $ 23.302 Catholic Charit i e s Life Skill s Training $ 73,084 Children s Home SocietyResilknlial B e d Day s $ 131.400 Computer Mentors Group Computer Training $ 26.875 Corpor a t ion to Develop Communities o f Tampa Bay Academic Mentoring Gulf Coas t Jc:wish FamiliesMentoring Mothers Hillsborough Association for Retarded Citizens Alzheimer s Respite Care Hispanic Ser v ices CouncilFacilitation / Case Management Mary & Martha House Transitional Bed Days Redland Christian Migrant AssociationChildcarc Davs Seniors In Scrvi"ccCompanionship Hours Tampa Metro Area YMCA Aflerschool Care The Spring of Tampa Bay-Victim United Cerebral PalsyOccupational Therapy Headstart Lease Hillsborough County Weed & SeedSafe Haven Section 8-SelfSulliciency Program Plant City Public ServiceNeighborhoods United Plant City Public ServiceBay Area Legal Services Boys & Girls Club Plant Cicy Plant Citv Public ServiceSelf Reliance Total HILLSBOROUGH. 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SPORTS -- SPORTS IDE WITH RANDY Gruden Has To Be Pleased Coach Jon Gruden has to be pleased with the perfor mance of his team last Friday night. Sure it was only an exhibition game, but still the Tam::>a Bay Buccaneers looked good The quarterbacks performed well, so did the running backs and the wide receivers The defense seemed to per-form well but we really couldn't tell because the New C England Patriots played their ii: potent off e nse very little LL First round draft pick, C Gaines Adams looked good and so did rookie running >-back K. Darby, who rushed :: for 86 yards on 15 carries fl) Bucs quarterback Luke McCown had a great game. t-He was 7 for 7 passing and led the Bucs on two scoring w drives. Tiger Wins 13th Major Tiger Woods won the PGA Tournament over the week end for his 13th major tournament victory. It was also vic tory number 59 for Woods on the PGA Tour. Woods is now just 5 victories away from Jack Nicklaus' record 18 Major won. On the final day of the tournament, Ernie Els and Tampa native Woody Austin played as best as they could Tiger did what he had to do in order to win the tournament by two shots over Austin and three shots over Els. Tiger won $2 5 million and two tournaments over the past two weekends. Is Dukes Through As A Devil Ray? There is no news about Elijah Dukes' baseball career. I s h e through as a D evil Ray? I s he th r o u g h as a M a j o r Leagu e baseb all play e r ? T h e Rays h a v e a ssig n e d his numb e r to an o t h e r p lay e r but t h ey haven't wai ve d o r tra ded him Dukes i s still b e ing p aid hi s salary b y the team, but for how long? What are the team's future plans ? Dukes is too talented to be through. Maybe his future is no longer with the Devil Rays, but he should be with some team Florida Colleges Gearing Up Florida football playing colleges are busy getting ready for the upcoming season The defending national champion Florida Gators, expected to contend for a repeat. The team has a lot of talent returning. The Seminoles of FSU are expected to be better and so are the USF Bulls. Florida A&M and Bethune Cookman both will contend for the MEAC Champion s hip. The Miami Hurricanes are expected to get back on track with new coach, Randy Shannon. Central Florida, FlU and Jacksonville are mystery teams. Athletes from Tampa are prominent on every one of Florida's college football teams. > w 0 w m :i ID :::: G. z ffi :::: ID ..:. w z i= z w f/) C ii: 0 u.. Woods Wins 13th MaJor TULSA, Okla. -In his greatest victories, Tiger Woods dominated the field and left the competition feeling deflated. Woods earned $1.26 M for the win. This time, the dissection was more cruel -he actually let 'em hang around for a while The world's best player won the PGA Championship for his 13th career major victory Sunday, not by pulling away, but instead by hanging on after his lead dwindled from five to a sin-TIGER WOODS gle stroke for a moment on when leading a major going the back nine. into the final round, one of Then, as soon as his closthe best closers sports has est challengers were feeling ever known. The final act of glimmers of hope and golf this unbearably hot week at fans were settling back Southern Hills was less a down on their couches piece of art than a model of yank! -Woods ended it in perseverance. his efficient, metho.dical For pure dominance, way. watch the replay of the sec. "' felt like I was in control ond round Friday, when he of the tournament," he said. took the lead for good with This one, however, felt a that record-tying 63. On little different. Awaiting Sunday, Woods came in him in the scorer's tent after with a game plan that he his final round was wife failed to follow to the letter. Elin and their 2-month-old Of course, he also came in daughter, Sam Alexis. with a three-stroke lead that "That's a feeling I've never nobody could overcome. experienced before, Woods "' kept telling myself going said. "To have her here, it to the next hole that I need. brings chills to me. I was to bear down and get things surprised she was out here, done place the ball correc t -:! to see her and Elin there. l y Woods said. "But I'm W It's so cool. still in control of the tourna-oods moved to 13-0 ment. I still hav e the lead." Contllctlnall8AOI'Is. .. On Possible : Suspension ForVIck ATLANTA--There were conflicting reports Monday on whether the NFL plans to suspend Falcons quarterback Michael Vick for the season. Writer Jason Cole reported on the web site Yahoo Sports that the league will announce a season-long sus pension for Vick this week or next week. He cited two NFL sources in his report. But Skip Wood of USA Today reported that the NFL den ied any decision has been made on Vick. Wood quoted NFL spokesman Greg AieUo '1 n his story and said the league flatly denies NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has decided on a suspension. Vick will go on trial in November on federal charges conne c t ed to a dogfighting rmg. Th e NFL has order e d hi m to stay away fro m the Falcons' traini ng camp. BEAUTY UNLIMITED . : : 7 ... .. .... ) . .. . . . On a perfect day, wouldn't you love to be stand.; ing on this sandy beach with our Beauty Unlimited feature, Melanie. Just her presence alone adds to the scenery, and as you can see, she has the looks to brighten up any day. Melanie loves having fun and spending time with her friends. 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Bills Considering Releasing DE Hargrove PITTS F O RD N Y -Anthony Hargrove is running out of second chances with the Buffalo Bill s who are con s id e ring rel e a s ing the d e fensive end after he land ed in trouble for the second time in a .week "Releasing him is an option," coach Dick Jauron s aid Sunday, a day after the NFL suspended Hargrove for the first four regular-sea s on games without pay for violating the league's substance abuse policy Jauron said he's still gathering information before deciding the status of Hargrove, who is entering h i s fo u r t h s e as o n B u t ANTHONY HARGROVE Jauron added the team will attempt to add a veteran defensive end to bolster the p'lsition, where the Bills only have three experienced players. Heat Give Penny Hardaway Comeback Chance MIAMI -Penny Hardaway and Shaquille O'Neal are together again. The 36-year-old Hardaway, who last played an NBA game in November 2005, signed with the Miami Heat on Thursday and is reuttiting with O'Neal -his former Orlando Magic backin the mid-1990s. Pacman Makes Wrestling Debut ADAM 'PACMAN' JONES ORLANDO --Adam "Pacman" Jones ended up surrounded by police Sunday night. This time they were actors trying to help the suspended cornerback, though they couldn't stop him from being allegedly "attacked." Not a finger was laid on Jones on-camera Sunday at the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling event, but several were awfully close. A wrestler rushed the stage after jawing with Jones, but four actors with police clothing tackled him just out of reach Minutes later, the studio television screens flashed to Jones backstage, lying on the ground after being pur portedly attacked. Celtlcs Want. Miller Back On. The. Court. "Penny is a player who BOSTON __ has been an All-Star rind has The .Boston enjoyed .an illustriol.i:S Celtics 'have career," Heat J}resideiltPat spoken with Riley said. "We have been wasn't ayailable for com-future Hall of impressed .at his hard work. ment. O'Neal, who 'has occa-Famer Reggie and dedication this summer sionally offered less-than-Miller about to get in shape and glowing comments about his coming out of return to the NBA. He is a time with Hardaway in retirement to REGGIE skilled who can help. Orlando, told the Heat he help the once-MILLER us in multiple positions ." supports the move to sign his proud franchise The team said Hardaway former teammate. in its push for an unprece-dented 17th NBA title. Heisman Winner Troy Smith Readies Debut BALTIMORE -The last time Troy Smith played a significant football game, he was vying for a national championship. In his NFL debut Monday night, the 2007 Reisman Trophy winner will be com-peting for a job. Smith and former UCLA standout -Drew Olson are seeking to begin the season as the Baltimore Ravens' third-string quarterback behind Steve McNair and Kyle Boller. The duel begins in earnest against the Philadelphia Eagles in the preseason opener for both teams. The winner gets a spot on the roster with a team that has high hopes for reaching the Super Bowl. I'm getting a chance and TROY SMITH opportunity to be part of something special here, and it's my first Monday night football game. It means a lot," Smith said. "Getting back out there on the field just means a lot. I'm just anxious to get out there." "I'm always flattered when my name is mentioned as someone who can still help ari NBA team win a championship," Miller said Wednesday in a statement by the TNT network. "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 analyst with TNT." PAWN TICKETS? 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50 Cent: I'll Quit If Outsold By West NEW YORK-50 Cent b elieves hi s n ew album will outsell Kanye West's upcoming di sc, and he's betting his so lo career on it. Both 50 Cent and West have albums due out Sept. 11. 50 Cent, who has sold bette r than West, has been riled by for ecas t s that sales of West's "Graduation" could rival those for his Curti s" CD. "Let's raise the stakes," the 31-ycar-old rapper told hip-hop Web s ite SOHH.com in an interview posted Friday. "If Kanye West sells more record s than 50 Cent on September 11 I'll no lon ge r write mus ic I'll write music and work with my other a rti sts, but I won't put out anymore solo albums. An e-mail sent to West's publicist wasn't immedinte ly returned Friday. 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson, has been publicly di sparaging of West before In 2005, he s uggested the 29-year-old so CENT ... inset K.ANYE WEST rapper's popularity was only pos s ibl e because of 50's own s uccess. But they recently collabo r a t e d in the studio. Their work though, i sn't schedul e d to appear on either n ew album. 50 Cent's la s t full-length solo album, "The Massacre," was the be s t-selling disc of 2005 and sold more than 1.14 million copies in its first week of release. The same year, West's "Late Reg i st ration" opened by selling more than 860,000 copies in its first week Master P ; To Push Vote With NAACP Hip Hop entrepreneur Master P and his son Romeo are pledging their support to the NAACP in .its efforts to push the importance of voting among young African Americans, as well as ensuring them that their. v ote counts. "We always think we're outnuinbered. and our vote doesn't matter, but truthfully, that's not the case," said P in a $tatement. "If we get ol.!:t there and support the people we believe in, we can make a difference now." Master P, born Percy Miller, says he will lend his own support to the presidential campaign of Senator Bal'ack Obama, joining such celebrities as Oprah Winfrey, Halle Berry and Jamie Foxx who have publicly proclaimed that they are behind the Democrat. In other P news, the has signed a marketing/promotion deal with DMP Entertainment wh.ich calls for the .Los Angeles-based company to guide all areas of the mogul's marketing and promotion department. Percy. has also a book titled, Guarcmteed Su.ccess, which bills itself as I MASTERP ."the first real African American self-help guide to true success to be released in decades." The press release _adds, "the book is designed to show you how to achieve your goals; make your money work for you; be your own boss and live a prosperous and purposeful life Also, Master P and his son Romeo will release their first joint album, Hop History," this fall on P's new Take a Stand Records, the first label committed to ing artists who make-only music with responsible lyrics. Bpth the book and album will be available on Sept. 4. ENTERTAINMENT 'Rush Hour 3' Debuts No.1 At Box Office And JACKIE CHAN LOS ANGELES --People ru s hed to theate rs to see the buddy cop comedy "Rush Hour 3," making the last of this summer's big budget Hollywood films the top movie at the weekend box office The film from New Lin e Cinema took in $50.2 million according to studio estimates, e nough to push last week's top film, "The Bourn e Ultimatum.," into second place with $ 33.7 million. "Rush Hour 3" did not do as well as its predecessor, "Rush Hour 2," which took in $67.4 million when it was released in 2001. But it was the sixth "threequel" of the summer to open as a weekend's top film and it ranks as the fourth best August opening on r e cord. Baby News For R&B Singer Tamia And Husband, Grant Hill Tamia and her husband, NBA star Grant Hill, wel comed an 8 lb. 6 oz. baby girl to the family on Thursday, reports People magazine, while Monica was confirmed by blogger Sandra Rose to be five months pregnant with her second child Lael Rose Hill, born in Orlando, is also the second child for the Hills and joins their five-year-old daughter, Myla Grace. The new Phoenix Suns star tells People: "Lael looks like Myla." Hill, formerly of Orlando, was traded from the Orlando Magic to the Suns and will move to Phoenix with his growing family later this month. The 34-year-old athlete told People he was "thrilled"' about the new arrival, and des.pite being diagnosed multiple sclerosis in 2003, Tamia said. she feels "fine." 'Sources' Downplay Whitney's 'Puffy Eyed' Picture With Ex-Bobby The now infamous photo of Bobby and Whitney leaving Joe's Crab Shack. The recent TMZ com photo of Whitney Houston and her ex-husband Bobby Brown emerging from a restaurant with "puffy eyes" last week has caused reaction from several sources close to the two singers Base d on their appearance in the picture, snapped as they were leaving Joe' s Crab Shack in Alpharetta, GA, TMZ wondered if Houston's puffy eyes were the result of a drug relapse. "Certainly that's his histo ry, but Whitney is not sliding on her rehab," a source told Fox 411's Roger Freidman. "She's very committe d to making this work But when you share a child, you're going to see the ex spouse It can't be helped." Houston's publicist, Nancy Seltzer, confirmed to P eople that it was their daughter, 14-year-old Bobby Kristina, who instigated the outing, and that it did not signify the two si n ge r s a r c back t oge th e r f o l l o win g a divorce. "They w e r e the r e \\'ith their daughte r sai d Seltzer. A r e l ative of Brown's adde d : "They'r e still o n goo d terms They don't hate each oth e r [But getting ba c k tog e ther] i s the furthest thing from their mind. That's just not in the cards. They 'v e got a histor y together, so they've got a lot to talk about. It's as simpl e as that." Meanwhil e, the N e w Yorll Daily News contacted Brown's lawye r Phaedra Parks for comment on speculation that Houston's puffy eyes indicate a r e l apse. I know that both of the m are sober," Parks told the newspaper. The two met up, Parks says, to plan for when Bobbi Kristina, whose custody was. awarded to this year, goes back to school next week. Said Parks: "They are being responsible parents and preparing for their daughter's school year. This has nothing to do with drugs. Not only is Houston still sober, says Friedman's source, but "she's in very good shape." The columnist adds: she's been "recording for several weeks now, using a variety of producers and So far she has.at least four tracks banked, and everyone who's heard them says she still has her magnificent voice," Address: N. 30th St Tampa, FL 33612 At Poinsettia Plua Behind Busch Gardens Between Annie & Bougainvillea We Accept Mastercard Visa American El!PI'eU Discover Monday Saturday 7:30am -1 c m (/) 0 )> :< )> c c (/) -1 ..... I\) 0 0 -...J "T1 r 0 ::0 CJ) m z -f z m r;-: m c r r m =! z "C c: m r c;; :I: m c m < m ::0 -< -f c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :!1 c
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Kendrick of Unadilla, GA, Arthur Lee Kendrick, and Myral Kendrick and wife, Barbara, all of Tampa, and James H. r,lcintee and wife, Patricia of Jacksonville, Alabama; his sisters, Ruth Wallace and hu5band, Jessie, and Linda Foster, all of Hollywood, Flora Foster and husband, Lorenzo, and Donella Mcintee, all of Miami, and Mary Griffin of Opalocka; extended family including, his sisters-in-law, Annie D. Moore and Marlene Sharpe of Tampa, Leila Mae Lee of Albany, GA, Dolly Mae Williams, Bessie Sha-rp of, Clearwater, Pasty Weaver of Thomasville, GA, Rose Lee Johnson of Baconton, GA, and Barbara Morgan of Bridgeton, NJ; his brothersin-law, Willie B. Sharp of Tampa, Carl Morgan of Bridgeton, NJ, and Jimmy Weaver of Thomasville, GA; and a host of nieces, great nieces, nephews, great nephews and cousins; and his closest-friend, Ernest Smiley; and other family and friends. The remains will repose from s-8 p. m on Thursday, August 16, 2007, at Eastside Funeral Home, 2301 N. Nebraska Avenue. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. in the chapel. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m. on Friday, August 17,2007. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFfER. THE EULOGY. "AN EASI'SIDE SERVICE" MRS. MAMIE YOUNG FORT Funeral services for Mrs. Mamie Young Fort, 92, of St. Petersburg, who passed away on August 7, 2007, will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2007, at 1 p. m. at Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, 718 South East 11th Street, Gainesville, Dr. Freeman Gallm.on, eulogist. The interment will follow in CharlesNelson Cemetery; Campville. Mrs. Fort was born in Earlton, and attended the public schools of Alachua County. She moved to St. Petersburg, where she became a member of St. Mark Missionary Baptist .Church, serving on the Deaconess Board. She enjoyed singing, sewing and cooking. She leaves fond and loving memories in the hearts of: 3 sons, George W. Fort of Jacksonville, Clarence Fort of Tampa, and Willie Fort of Atlanta; 2 daughters, Ora Dee Daniels of Orlando, and Claranell Lattimore of St. Petersburg; 3 brothers, Joseph Young of Columbus, Ohio, Jessie Edwards of Orlando, and James Edwards of Campville; as well as other family and friends. Visitation will be held from 4-5 p. m. on Friday, August 17, 2007, at Smith Funeral Home. A wake service will be held at 6 p. m. at St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church, 3701 37th St. So., St. Petersburg. Service info/guestbook at' www.smithfhinc.com. SMITH FUNERAL HOME St. Petersburg. Harmon Funeral Horne John W. Harmon, L.F.D. FREE QUOTES Owner/Manager 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 has provided the hoghest standard in funeral servtces for over 70 years Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes a Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 3:Jeilll Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: ntywmsOf.n., REST HAVEN ao MEMORIAL PARK P" "A Community Pride" W 4615 E. Hanna Tampa 33610 t!J Spaces Monuments Marken. c( DISCOUNT AVAILABLE IN LOVING MEMORY OF EDWARD SIMS, JR. January 5, 1962-August 14, 2006 We will always remember you and love you. From, your mom, daughter, granddaughter, brother, sister, family, friends and the Simms family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM WILLIAM C. FINGER, SR. Sunrise: 8/14/46 Sunset: 7/18/os .In the drama of life, God is the director behind the scenes. Sometimes our plan does not unfold the way we though .it would, but God is always in control, to use it for our good. As the writers in our Daily Bread said, "Jesus is all the world to me, my life, my joy, my all, He is the strength from day to day, and without Him I would fall." Living for Jesus is the best reason for living. What we have in common is far more important than anything that would set us apart. Rest in peace, Calvin. Constance Graham Finger and family. local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 _Entrepreneurs Unite For Black Business Briefing JARVIS EL-AMIN Three of the area's business persons have united to give others the benefit of their expertise. Each has a track record of success that they believe can h e lp others. Jarvis El-Amin, Candy Lowe and Carolyn Lighty will be at the Historic Harbor Club, 915 E. Grant Ave., on Thursday evening, August 16th, 6:30 p m. to share information. El-Amin will share infor mation on "Thi nk Like A Sales Person He stated, "all small businesses, particularly Black-owned businesses need to understand that sales and marketing are the life blood of your business . Ms. Lowe will share information on "Understanding the True Value of Customer Service." "With the experience of the Black Business Bus Tours I feel that awareness is very important and that my being able to share and expose other business owners ... is key to establishing a st!"ong Black business base in this community," Ms. Lowe stated According to Ms. Lighty, AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Maguis Doliska, Tampa. Mrs. Annie McCants, Tampa. Mr. Bradley C. McNeil, Clearwater. EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME (Infant) Gregory Aquila, Jr., 2324 W. Palmetto St. Ms. Gladys A. Gilliard, 2515 N. 57th Street. Ms. Nancy Joy Glover, 8513 N. Tampa St., #J. Mr. James Edward Kendrick, 7931 E. 24th Ave. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Yvonne Bell, Tampa. -Mr. Frank William Jones, CANDY LOWE CAROLYN LIGHTY more than 97% of the business firms in Florida are small businesses. They are faced with a failure r a t e within the first 3 years the failure rate for Black businesses is 29% and higher. The threesome hop es that the Black Business Empowerment Briefing will deliv e r valuable information that will be useful to each par ticipant. For more information, please call (813) 394-6363. Gwen Hayes, Editor, can be reached at (813) 248-1921 or email@example.com. Tampa. . RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Linda Bobo, 1119 Coral Tree Court. Mrs. Georgia A. Carter, Sot 1/2 E. Saint Clair Street. Mr. Joe Harrison, 3207 N. Cord Street. Ms. Francesca Sanchez, 3715 N. 12th Street. Mr. Elijah Sims, 1514 River Drive. -Mr. Thomas Turner, 3014 E. 17th Avenue. Mrs. Adine WilliamsAnthony, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Henry Bohler, 3636 Sarah Street. Mrs. Joan V. Livingstone, Tampa.
INVITATION TO BID Barto n M a l ow Company req u ests B i d P r oposals on beha l f o f Orange County Publ i c Schoo l s for all scopes of work on Lockhart Middle School B i d Package No. 1 COMPREHENSIVE BUILDING PROJECT on September 6 2007 at 2pm Bid Proposals for the var i ous work categor i es will be received by Barton Malow Company at 8529 South Park Circ l e Suite 140 Orlando F l 32819 by hand del i very or mail. OCPS Project No. C-0016. BID PACKAGE NO. 1 -COMPREHENSIVE BUILDING PROJECT contains all the scope required for the new construction and remodeling of the ex i sting campus The Owner/BMC shall not open consider or accept a Bid Proposal that i s received after the date and time specified for bid submiss ion in this Advertisement for Bids Documents will be available for examination and download on August 14, 2007 from Barton Malow' s office and ftp site: ftp.fl.bartonmalow.com (Username: Lockhart Password : Public) ORLANDO REPROGRAPHICS COMPANY 1110 Sligh Boulevard, Orlando FL, 32806. Tel (407) 843-0113, Fax (407) 423-7392, CFBE, Dodge Room and Reed Construction Data Bidders can pre-qualify with BMC by logging onto the site at http : //www bartonmalow.com/subcontractors/subcontractors.htm to download and fax the form A pre-bid conference will be held at Lockhart Middle School 3411 Dr. Love Road Orlando, FL 32810 in the cafeteria on August 22, 2007 at 2:30 PM. B idders must be pre-qualified with the Barton Malow Company before award of bids in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders The OCPS MWBE participat i on goal for this project is 23% w ith a 10% LOB participation goal. Fin.ancjal Management Analyst Tampa Bay Water is currently seeking an accounting management activities Reviews and processes various financial transactions and performs complex analysis and reconciliation work . Will process vendor invoices for payment and monitoring of invoices for _adherence to contract terms and Agency policies Cash management activities include, but are not to, execution of cash and investment transactions and recording of transactions. May also billings and supporting documents under grant and joint project agree ments Independent professipnal judgment is required together with the ability to understand and apply accounting principles, Agency policies and contract terms. 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Woman Who Left Newbom In Alley Sentenced To 5 Years Man Stabs Two With Box Cutter Man Charged With Tossing Iron At Girlfriend The woman accused of giving birth to a baby in an alley and leaving it to die, pleaded guilty last Thursday to aggravated manslaughter of a child. The plea agreement with prosecutors came with a fiveyear prison sentence for Mary Louise Doe, followed by 10 years of probation. Doe must also undergo drug and psychological evaluations and any recommended treatment. When she's released from prison, she must live with her adult daughter. Doe faced up to 30 years in prison, however prosecutors agreed to a lighter sentence because of impaired mental capacity, psychologicEil issues and the unsophis ticated manner in which she commjtted the crime. Doe had spent time in the state mental hospital before MARYDOE ... sentenced to 5 years being found competent to stand trial. Doe gave birth to the baby May 2006, and reported hearing the baby crying before walking away. The newborn girl's remains were found in an alleyway behind a bar at Main Street and Albany JAMAR JACKSON -Hillsborough County deputies have arrested a man they said stabbed two people with a box cutter Sunday. Deputies said Jamar Jamestllackson, 28, argued with two people and stabbed a woman in the right side of her head with a box cutter. He then allegedly slashed a man, causirig severe cuts. on his back and side. Jackson, being held on $15,000 bail, has been charged with two counts of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Sheriff: _ Argument over tilgh School Football Led To Deadly Shooting WET-UMPKA-,, AJ.a. -:-' argument;;Friday night at a : :Edwards-, Greg Hall and back-to-school event in 'Eric Hardison of Wetumpka. Prattville. They are being Three Prattville High School students and a Montgomery teenager have been charged with murder. The:shooting yesterday morni'ng apparently occurred after an ment over whether Wetumpka or Prattville has a better high school football team. Elmore county Sheriff Bill Franklin says the shooting occurred after an Killed .. was held in the Elmore County Ramonda Mitchell of Jailunder bonds of$500,000 Montgomery. Franklin says each. -the shooting occurred about Investigators believe the 4:30 a.m. yesterday in the trouble started Friday night Crenshaw community, just 'during a back-to-school west of Wetumpka. :party at the National Guard .. Charged in ell's Armory in Wetumpka: death are 19-year-old James . Franklin says a group Gray of Montgomery, and from Prattville got into an 18-year-olds Justin argtinient with a group from Wetumpka over who hadthe better high school football team. Sandy : . Says .. We forgive 3, 5, 8, to the extent 13, 15, 21, 23,27 that we 29,33,35,38love. Subscribe Today! Tampa Police have charged a man with throwing an iron at his girlfriend and other charges Police said Ricky Gaston, 39, was arrested Monday morning after an altercation with Stacy Randazzo. Gaston, a cook at an IHOP restaurant, asked Randazzo, 36, to go the store, police said. She refused, and he picked up an iron and threw it at her and missed Police said Randazzo called police and When they arrived at the residence in the 800 block of Richmere Street, Gaston was arrested. When police Gaston's pockets, they found less than 20 grams of RICKY GASTON marijuana, a misdemeanor. He was also charged with domestic violence and failing to appear on charges of domestic violence, as well as giving a false name to a police officer. He is_ being held without bail. T ager Enters Guilty Plea DurJng -Jury Selection On Monday morning just as jury selection was to begin in a murder trial, defendant Rashad Taylor pleaded guilty. He .was immediately sentenced to life in Taylor, 19, was to appear in court for the shooting death of Ronald Stem Stem was found in the parking lot of the Magnolia cqmplex on the campus of the of South Florida February 10, 2006. He had been shot in what prosecutors called a failed robbery attempt. Taylor, along witli two others, approached Stem in the .Parking lot of com-RASHAD TAYLOR .. sentenced to life in prison plex and was seen on surveillance footage fleeing the area shortl)' after Stem was shot. Police lnve$-igate Thefts ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police are investigating two jewelry thefts ... in two days, bracelets were taken in the Diamonds Direct theft that no other store or distributor. carries. The suspects were seen leaving both thefts in a sil-u-711e. \thice of -Our Co1nnzunitv Sj,eaki_ng for Itse-lf' (813) 248-192 Police are looki -ng for 3 Black maies they believe took an unknown amount of jewelry from Diamond' s Direct and J &K Gold. Police said unique ver gray Chrysler. If anyone has information on these cases, call. the Communication. Center at (727) 893-7780. -i c ., J) 0 l> :-< l> c C) c CJ) -i ..... 1\) 0 0 -...j
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