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Celebrating 62 l 111111 ... --, Slain Deputy L egacy Of SEE RELATED STORIES ON PAGES 2-A, 3-A & 23-A Principal Dies Aft e r Lengthy Illness SEE PAGES 3-A & 8-A 8 New Recruits Join Tampa Police SEE PAGE 11-A Historic Building To Be Demolished SEE PAGE 12-A Search For Armed Robber SEE PAGE 23A TA M PA MO THE R I S BIRTHDAY HONOREE The children, grandchildren,. great grandchildren, other family, friends, and church members recently participated in an elegant dinner party for Mrs. Beatrice Austin-Sims. Mrs. Austin-Sims was the guest of honor at her 93rd birthday celebration. The ev ent was held at the home of the host and hostess, Jolin and Joyce Aus tin. Mrs. Austin-Sims greeted her guests with a warm smile as the y arrived for the p arty. Mrs. Austin-Sims, (seated), is s hown with her children, from left to right: Ms. Inez Sims, M s. Shirle y Austin, John Austin, and Ms. Rhudine Curry. (Photograph by Loma x Mcintyre).

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,... 0 0 N ,..: en :;::) C!J FEATURE Slain Deputy Left A Legacy Of Caring "I think my father was a very special, loyal man. He was loyal to his family, his friends, his job, and his community. He was the best father a person could have. those involved in the organizations he worked with." > < c a: LL. c a: "" c z < c tn w :::) t-rt w > w c w X tn .::; ,.ID :::) CL z ffi _, _, :::) .ID ..:. w z !z w rtn a: 0 _, "" He was a great role model and was always there to sup port me in everything I did. I'm glad I was able to tell him how much I appreciated everything he had done for me and for the rest of his family," Reginald Aug.25,195t-Aug.t5,2007 Drummond said of his father, slain Hillsborough Harrison. Ms. Harrison is County Sgt. Ronald currently the Special Agent Harrison. in Charge for the FBI Office Sgt. Harrison died early in Memphis, Tennessee. Wednesday morning in what Ms. Nitika Jennings, a appears to be a random Hillsborough County Detenkilling while patrolling the tion Deputy said of her Shown in this photograph are the children of Sgt. Ronald streets of Brandon. As news father, "He was just so awe-Harrison: Reginald Drummond, Ms. Ronnee Harrison, Ms. of the death of Sgt. Ronald some. He was an honorable Tanisha Drummond, and Ms. Nitika Jennings. Harrison circulated, it was man. I loved him so niuch. treated like a lady. "He events s-Urrounding the met with sadness in the He was very. funny and I set the standards so high shooting. department and "within the loved to be around him. . that it will be hard for any community. Sgt. Harrison "I work a .Detention man in my life." His Career was the first deputy killed in Deputy (at Shentrs Ms. Harrison further stat-Sgt. Harrison worked as the line of duty the depart-. and he was always there to ed th"at she is appreciative of the head of the County-wide ment since the murder of give me advice He gave the the manner in which the DUI Squad for inore than Deputy Lemon' Harvey, best advice about my job and. Hillsborough County seven years, supervising a African in life. : '::.. . Sheriffs Office has handled squad of 12 deputies. He pos Deceni.ber 1981. -.:-:-:-:--_:_ "When my the tragedy and been there sessed a strong passion as a DrummoiicLconti'nued to fe:w months. ago, he_ -wa_ s for the family. She stated DUI investigator and was say, "My a role:' there for me and IJe they have eliminated a considered an expert in his model and helped get-through H_e; lot of the stress that would field. _-' friends arid "bthers .as well . was a great and mob' -be. associated with this .t His supervisor, Major Bill HEfput all col-vatorI -can't'' ifliilgihe "going ir"agedy. Davis said, "He was loved by leg.e. He was"a g-re'ft(tni!!-n through of"my life:: itlso said she is thank-his family, friends, co-work. and I1l miss ,:; him . fuf that the media gave the ers and it was truly a pleaHis daughter, Ms. Tanisha me," Ms. Jennings Said; :_news such coverage because sure to work with him. I "My father< Sgt. Harrison'syoungest they ltave a large family that have received numerous was a won4enuJ father. He daughter; Ms. Ronnee lives throughout the country accolades about his always made sure we were Harrison is l!lajo .ring in and the news coverage kept demeanor and performance taken care of and .he was a Criminology at Bethunethem informed about the from his peers as well as wonderful father and grandCookman University. father and I loved him and "My daddy was a one ih a 111 miss h.i.JD a lot. .-million father. The hardest "He enjoyed being with his part of accepting his death is family and he was a season not being able. to go to him ticket holder for the Bucs and ask him" how: to get games," she said. through this. I 'a daddy's M!'s. Renee Harri.;on, a girl. I went to him:for every-21-year veteran and thing. Now, I don't have my. Software Specialist at the daddy to go to for this, and Hillsborough County I'm going to miss him Sheriffs Office said they were married for 10 years. "He was a very blunt man "He wa.S a c8ring and com-and he didn't sugar coat any-passionate mim. He men-thing, but when he told nie tored and guided all of his something, eve-ntually it children and their friends. siu1k in. He gave me. that He coached Little.League much ofhimself. football for at least 5 years. "I am a criminology major He really mentored his own ana my father told me he kids and those on the team. didn't want ine to become a Everyone. loved 'him and Police officer He said he didwe're going to miss him terri-n't'know what he would do if bly ." I left him and Jie didn't want Of his role as a law enforce-to bury me._ aren't ment officer, Ms. Hairrison bur;Y t;heir chil, said, He was a wonderful dren. . . .......
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FEATURES .., ll 0 High School Principal Dies After Lengthy Illness > c C) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter A Tampa native who dedicat ed more than half of his life to educating children in Hillsborough County died early Tuesday morning. His death is attributed to complications from previous illnesses, his wife said. Mrs. Evelyn Gatlin said her husband, 1\lr. James Sullivan Gatlin, became ill in April of this year. He was admitted to St. Joseph' s Hospital on July 12th and never came home. Mr. Gatlin, who his 68th birthday on July 26t died at 6 a.m., Tuesday morning. Mr. Gatlin attended the Deputy's Murder: public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from r.tiddleton High School in 1957. He continued his education at Florida A & M University, where he earned his Bachelor's Degree. Mr. Gatlin was presented a Master's Degree in Education from Tuskegee Institute. He also earned his Administration Certificate from the University of South Florida. In 1963, Mr. Gatlin was hired as anAgriculture teacher at Bethune School and worked in that capacity at both Young Junior High School and Middleton Junior High Schools. In 1972, he was appointed to the position of Dean of Students and relocated to Buchanan Another Hate-Crime In Hillsborough County It's always the good guy who could happen, at any time. And gets killed for no reason. And it's on Wednesday morning, three always n kid who commits the hours before the sun woke up, murder. No, this was not the worst things in the world Baghdad. This wns Brandon. happened And the murdet was not He was told to "Be careful!" No an American soldier. He was a doubt, that should be embroiHillsborotJgh Deputy dered on every deputy's shirt col Sergeant. But the differences are Jar, or emblazoned on the hack of negligible. His' family still every police officer's busine;;s mour11s. cmd. Like everything else, it was Last Wednesday, Hillsbor-ough routine. But these words were County Deputy Sergeant more than prophetic. Tattooed Ronald Harrison, was guimed belly, waiting to go back tojail .down by Michael' Allen. for hnving assaulted a man with PhilliJlS. Harrison w.as 55 a hard-toothed rake, Michael Phillips, who lived with his Allen Phillips, a.k.a.; "Crazy mother, was The rest 1;eads Mike," a.k.n., ""I:he Lost Little like the beginning -of a Truman Boy," had a rendezvous with desCapote novel. tiny. He, hislove for Adolph A poster-child for juvenile Hitler, his no-doubt hatred for delinquency, young Michael women nnd for anything darker '. Phillips was a train-wreck wait-than sunburn, compounded by ing to happen. He knew it. His his deep self-hatred and attitude mot)ter knew it : Anyone who about the world that was as eyer him expected it ... from twisted as a plate of spaghetti the .day h!i! was twelve _and got piled into a car and went hunting into trouble to' the day he for death. ptn 'uped into a-deput/s : .say Sheriffs records, Phillips upper on an early morn-: found it when he "ambusbed ing, on a deserted road, to the Sgt. Harrison .at an east day he banicaded hiinself in his Hillsborough Courity intersecmother'. s house, and met his tion, drilling several bullets into doom at the kiss of a sniper's the deptitv's torso: How he bullet. Pec)ple would tell you caught the deputy unawafe :wiJJ. who's seen him only once or twice, Michael Allen Phillips be conjecture for the next nine-. was a bad seed ... a child onlv his The fact that nl'?ther _and other . .. of could love. That other person ana wis later avenged by was Adolph. Hitler, the last. shooting of Phillips, who also person Phillips seemed to refer .. died of his wounds, seems to, before PhiiU'ps died. ' "" Biblieal juStice. But no aeatb is' .. As for the man Phillips killed, BiblicaL And no death 'is jus_tice. to people talk about So, tWo mim woke up Tuesday'" Ronald Harrison, he could morning. No doubt, each had have been a saint. He was a hns-c breakfast thenwent out into the coa.ch, world. kid neither oneof'thern .>. and carmg came back. The-older in ail was Buchanan until 1984, when he was transferred to Chamberlain High School as its principal. After serving as principal of the school for 10 vears, Mr. Gatlin was promo.ted to General Director of Technical and Career Education. In 1997, he was named as General Area Director of Area II Schools He served in that position until he retired in 2003. c vacancy anti ser\'e as principal of j\fiddleton High School in -, ..... August 2005. Mr. Gatlin continued to 1\) serve in that capacity until carli-8 cr this \'Car when he was '-1 assigned to a special communi-MR. JAMES SULLIVAN GATLIN July 26, 1939 --Aug. 14, 2007 Junior High School. Six years later, he was appointed as prin cipal of the school. Mr. Gatlin remained at Mr. Gatlin was approached by then Hillsborough County School District Superintendent and asked to assume the role of Assistant Principal of Meacham Alternative School. He served as principal of the school for a briefperiod. However, after Henry "Shake" Washington was promoted to Area Director, Mr. Gatlin was appointed to fill the ty project working with \Vashington. Carl Green replaced him in June. In addition to his wife, Mr. Gatlin is survived by 3 sons, his mother, Mrs. Easter Mae Gatlin, grandchildren, siblings, other family members .and friends. Funeral services for Mr. Gatlin will be on Saturday, August 18th, at 11 a.m., at First Bavtist Church of College Hill. 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. EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN 1USPS 2'02 1-'0 L207 21RAvenoe TatnJl F'i0ndll605 1813!24.8 1921 Pubi!Yie w c w ::a: t/) :::i m ::: Q. z iii _. _. :) ID ..:. w z w tn a: g lL n . Gatlin: A Legacy I Community Moums Two Losses I James Gatlin, Jr., noted Hillsborough educator who died earlier this week. No one ever doubted the sincerity, passion, compassion and commitment that Gatlin (called simply "Gatlin" by close friends) displayed for all children. Everyone knew about Gatlin's hopes, dreams and sense of urgency for the education success and. achievement of Black children, especially Black males. OVer his 45-year teaching career, Gatlin endeared himself to both parents and students because of his dedication and caring, sensitive and gentle-yet-firm demeanor. For tho'usands of Black children, Gatlin served as a role model, mentor, father-figure and inspiration that caused many Black youth to turn his or her life around. He leaves a legacy to remember and footplints that will be hard to match. We honor his memory and miss his $mile. Dellclly Top Recalled Again: Mandatory .Lead Testing By Toymakersl is week, the Tampa munit y is dealing with the deaths of two individuals who probably didn't even know each other. Yet, their lives will leave a last ing impression for years to come. On Tuesday morning, James Gatlin died after a lengthy illness. I remember Mr. Gatlin being a teacher at Young Junior High School when I was a student. He was always quiet, but was very popular. After I became an adult, I had the privilege, to talk to Mr. Gatlin on s e veral occa s ions about hi s role as an edu cator. The one true thing that will remain with my memories of him is deep concern for the children of the community. Mr. Gatlin was very s i ncer e in wanting our children to be on a level educational playing field when they went out into the world to seek their fortunes. He also beli e ved that the community had a r e spon sibility to help the children to succeed Mr. Gatlin touched the lives of mariy people during his 45-year career as an edu cator. And, h e will be mis s ed. The community is also mourning the loss of Hillsborough County Sgt. Ronald Harrison. Sgt. .Harrison was killed in what seems like a r a ndom murder e arly W ednes d a y morning I never had the opportunity to meet Sgt. Harrison, but he was a popular law enforce ment officer and highly -. thought o f by th e comm unity and his pee rs His popul a r ity and reputation for b e in g a dedicate d officer stretched throughout the state and be y on d. It's a t r a gedy an y time a n officer i s killed in the lin e of duty. But the death of Sgt Harrison is even more d ev astating b e cause it was s e ns e less It a p pe ars that h e was in that location coinc i d entally and that was enough for the person who pulled the trigger. By all accounts, Sgt. Harrison made a lasting impr ess i on on his co -workers and th e co mmunit y h e ser v ed. H e will b e d ee ply mi sse d . Although they are gone, the impre s sions these two men left <:n the community ommends testing children at ages one and two for lead as a precautionary measure. s we speculated in a previous editorial, con-Moreover, because children tend to chew and lick on toys, health experts also advise : sumer advocates now are expressing concern testing children who have played with the toys for a month .or more. Infants and over toys made in China, before 2007. This young children are most at risk because their bodies absorb lead more easily than week, the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission adults. Pregnant women are also at risk. (CPSC) announced that we must now add four Batman Therefore, w e urge you who have questions or are .concerned about your chil-action figures Polly Pockets play sets, Barbie and dren' s exposure to lead to have both your and their toys test for l ead. Tanne r play sets, "Sarge" toy cars and Triple Slasli R emember, even low levels of lead can lead to learning disabilitie s and b ehavio. r Zolo Roronoa figures to the growing list of r ecalled problems in children. However, a simple finger prick by a local physician as -Mattei toys because of lead paint and choking hazards. a swipe of a toy will give. our readers peace of mind. You can contact your pediatri-A complete list ,of the recalled toys may be found in toy cian or the Hillsb.orough.County Health Department's Lead Prevention office. store, on Mattei's website or on local television station Moreover, to make certairi this most recent dilemma never happens again, please l website links. -;..-' . --contact your Congressional representatives and urge them to sponsor and support' w -, Because there are no early symptoms of lead expo-legislation for mandatory lead testing of all toys imported into United. States. CJ sure and any amount of lead in a ehild's bOdy can haw ..... Make that call, TODAY! In the be very usplclous of all toy discount a .toxic U.S. Center For Dbleae Control rec-: -..ta.'llud Puil.it

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COLUMNS 1 The Sole-Man Speaks 1 I L..-peer into a far, far would be damned and die the n a rack Obama is appointed, designated or this question. away place, where you most death of a dog before you currently undergoing self-proclaimed Black leadI want to try to put these likely had never been and would play the part of an a wave of criticism as ers, contribute to those people's minds at rest by By RANDOLPH KINSEY I '. Another Vievv would never get to go... Uncle Tom and shuffle he campaigns to become Barack Obama criticisms assuring them that Obama unless you were invited! It around the backstreets of President of the United by saying that Senator is as Black or much Blacker was a place where eagles Tampa in order to be accept-States. The criticisms are Obama isn't Black enough. than any other candidate in nest... where hawks with fireed by a society that was never coming from white talk show This begs the question: How the race for president, red tails split the sky looking set up to accept you anyway, hosts, newspaper columnists Black must one be in order to regardless of political parties. for hap'Iess pigeons, and and that you would teach and other presidential candibe Black enough? For those Blacks who are where P-sd M\Jstangs tore your children to be men and dates. Obama, who is Is Hillary Rodham worried about their reputathr'ough a merciless sky at women, not boys and giris, African-American, is criti-Clinton Black enough? tions in the white communibreakneck speeds, daring any and that you and your wife cized for almost any reason. What about the rest-of the ty, I say-to them rest at ease. German who was brave would succeed despite public Barack Obama's views Are White folks cah understand enough to put his flight jacket and private guffaws to the and ideas were thought to be they Black enough? Blacks supporting one of on, to come out and fight and contrary (many of them from a fresh view, a much needed With Obillit.a's African their own. This is especially be shot down! That's the your own people), then more change and as sensible as a papa and American mama, I true if the candidate is as place you'd peer into, when than likely, you would be conU. S. Senator. Today, as a would think that would truly qualified as Barack you looked into Bohler's sidered exceedingly strange! presidential candidate, these make him an African-Obama. eyes! And I say to all the strange same ideas now border on American, which is a term While Blacks have every That's "MISTER Bohler," people in this racist, upside being naive and show that used interchangeable with right to expect Obama to to you! "Mister Henry down world, "MORE POWER Obama no longer knows Black people. How Black address Black issues, we Cabot Lodge Bohler." He TO YUH!" And many people what he is talking about. must he be for Black people? should not expect him to was no doubt, named after swear, Henry Bohler was They criticize Obama for The question should not be address only Black issues. 0 Henry Cabot Lodge "UNIQUE," justthat way! his views, they criticize him is Obama Black enough. It Obama and any other candi-22 diplomat and author who What was wrong with the for being a duly elected U. S. should be, are these so-called date must be and needs to be was a member of the U. s. man? Well, he owned an air-Senator whose fame is not Black leaders selling their a president for all people. en House of Representatives and plane, for one thing! Some based upon headline bus-support or bartering with it? So Black folks, get off the m tbe u. s. Senate from people say, something had to tling, and they criticize him White people and other nonride that many ofyou are on. Massachusetts, and who was be wrong with the Black man for being aiive and in this Blacks know how Black Don't use .the question of z the great grandson of who owned AND FLEW his race. Senator Obama is. It is Barack Obama's race as George Cabot, and the own airplane'! Secondly, as Black people and especially just some Black people who your excuse not to support 111 grandfather of another anyone who's ever met those who are elected, pretend to be struggling with him. ? Henry Cabot Lodge, wbo Henry Bohler \-viii attest to, h; was a newsmaker during the if he knew something and you -4 years of the Vietnam' War. didn:t, he wouldn't mind tak-Z Neither ofthe Lodgcs\vere lng the time out to educate Black. But Heiny Bohler you. And as far as flying was Ill was Black and exceedingly concerned, to talk with proud of it! Henry Bohler was to fly :J:. Yet, his compound middle with Henry Bohler! What name was not necessarily Bohler was, was They Return' d Home y o m what made Henry Bohler Renaissance. He was a Black . . .. . . . rii stand out in a crowd. No Renaissance Man whose f d N th H d Ch eel :::0 doubt, people thought he was llumanity was too big to fit In C) 1ng 8 . ang .' strange. You might be coi1sid-inside a racist, backwoods c: ered strange, too, had you matchbox. Yet, and still, he know history doesn't Many of them had been Before, during after m done half the things Henry stayed in Tampa .... And ay much about them, raised in. South, and were not fg. Cabot Lodge Bohler' did. enjoyed if, too! ut there are Black quickly discovered that racist allowed to coirinuind white Had you, as a Tuskegee Just recently, Henry WWII heroes. They played whites cared less about their soldiers. As a matter of fact, ,.; ,, Airman, defied the gravity of Cabot Lodge Bohler (that's significant roles hi the victo. to their country or white enlisted didn't z -. both racism and the stratos."MISTER Bohler," to you!) ries the United States cele-unifprms. of Black offi-0 phere to do what both said no took his final flight on this brated over,.Germaily and were still denied access to cers and i Black person could do and earthly plane ... put on his Japan. "white establishments, behavior was not just con.-0 live, you would no doubt, be youthful leather pilot's jacket, From the Tuskegee Airmen were still treated like seconddoned, but : considered strange! Had you climbed' into the cockpit of a to .the :Ball class citizens, and still humili-This country has a to come home to one of the lightning-fast P-so Mustang Mncan .. ated and lynched by mobs. apologize for when it comes most racist cities this side of with. a red-rooster tail, gave ored nb.. These men who. th.o.ught .. the solar system and set your-out a wh' o.op >and bonds, medals, wearing their uniforms when veterans. Some .things can be If b T fi an even presi entia cita-h "d h h d "' 1 se to ecome ampa s ust WHOOSH ..... RAAAAAAAR-f d d t ey returnc,_ ; o.me woulutthe degra"datiOn ; .humilia. h I h u rem em er, IS was d . b II f t' d d d ht commensurate wit al t e that last mountain! We're durin the 19 os, and the elia y a o 1.0n, .mur . > own,ng .. headaches and heartaches gonna miss you, Mr. t th U4 't d St t t qmcklyd1scovered that the dtsregard for BJackwar veterh 1 rna e m e m e a es a . . t at go a ong with being Bohler... PI:esident the time for Blacks was one of country they had sacrificed ans IS so!De .thmg the Utnted someone whom few people Bohler ... DoctorBohler! racism; bigotry, and murder. their lives, for States_ should be_ embarrassed believe: bas a right to know But you tell those German So when these men who upon them as bemg lower about. u ', .. what be's doing, at aU, you pilots to treat you good... their country and than a or Japanese. . No "' would no doubt be. consid-because as far as Tampa is returned home with honors But, It d1dn t start at home. t10n or act of ered if not certifi-concerned, we .just sent the found out things hadn't Even the Anned ForceS pracever undo this acf of treachable! -best we had! OVer? Out! changed, theyweredisgtlsted. ticed the same old prejudices. ery: .. -S "The

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.... en ::> ::> < c a: LL One Day I'll Make It To Bora Bora A few weeks ago, I .. ... was asked by a higher up at the Sentinel to do a piece on Barry Bonds and the con troversy surrounding his pur suit of the homerun record. At the time I really didn't see any significance in doing a story on a topic that appeared to generate little interest outside of the San Fr:ancisco Bay area or to people who didn't cover sports on a daily basis. I came to that conclusion after noticing the apathy of the inmates around me. For u. the most. part, they seemed to c care less about Bonds, homeruns, steroids, records broken, or baseball in gene_ral. a There just didn't seem to be a level of concern or an angle original enough to warrant significant discussion. That all changed the day after Bonds hit 756. It wasn't the swing, the contact or the distance the ball traveled that made the differ ence. As a matter of fact, it has nothing to do with the hit at all. It was the catch that received my attention. Then again, it wasn't even the catch that intrigued me as much as the person who caught the ball. At first glance, he appeared to be your typical baseball fan who happened to be in the right place at the right time. A "Johnny on the spot" who ended up with. a piece of PAGE SIX sports memorabilia that could easily place him in the mil lionaire's bracket overnight. But even the notion of his instant wealth didn't appear to be as impressive as the idea of him being in the stands at that particular moment in time. According to media reports, the guy wasn't even from San Francisco. He was a 22-year old Queens, New York native who, on his way to Australia, decided to take in a Giants game with one of his traveling buddies. The key element that immediately stood out in this story included him being 22 and traveling to Australia. That tid-bit of information fasci nated me because when I was his age, it took my friends and I four months to prepare a successful trip to Daytona Beach. In contrast, this kid finds the time to forever link himself with baseball history while headed on a vacation halfway across the planet. Upon hearing his account, I couldn't help but have enor mous respect and a little bit of envy for the yoririg man. Partly because he's taking his en w ::> .... > a: w > w Subscribe Today! c w :c en :J m ::> Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m ..:. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J u. < ch w a.; (8:13) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200 time to do something we've all wanted to attempt at some point in our lives. There is probably not a per son reading this who hasn't dreamed about globetrotting to some remote part of the world to see how the people live or to just have bragging rights to say, "Bora Bora? Oh yeah, I've been there." Visiting new places, meeting different people, those are some of the spices of life. Unfortunately, many of our minds are so compartmental ized inside a box that we can't think beyond the boundaries we set for ourselves. We drive to Miami, fly to Atlanta or cruise to the Bahamas and swear we've been somewhere. Forget about going abroad. It's a struggle for some people to visualize themselves west of the Mississippi. There are those who may use the excuse of not having the finances to partake in such an adventure. But just like a person can save up to purchase a house or a car, they can do the same to treat themselves to a vacation. It's the least you can do in a life you only live once and have no regrets about how you lived it. For comments; write Clarence Barr, II, (43110-ot8) at Edgefield Federal Correctional Facility, P. 0. Box 725, Edgefield, SC, 29824 or email cbarr2@oasisnovels.com. Civii/Pesonal ln.iui'Y -Probate Wills Guardianship &HI as-u!jJ. F Kemi Osuntebi Attorney at Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, Fl, 33609 The hiring of a lawyer Ia an Important decision that ahould not be baaed eolely upon advertlsments Before you daclcda, aak us to send you free written Information about our and e CRIMINAL DEFENSE e AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 (813) 259-4444 Former Asst. Attorney General f'or Florid; Former Hillo;borough County l'rosecutor The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not he hascd solely i1pon Belill-e you dccicde, ask us to send you ficc w1illen inl(mnation ahout our qualilicc1Lions m1d cxpc1icncc. WARREN DAWSON 221 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. The Hiring Dlli lawYer Is An lmportlnl Decision That Should Not Be Based Solelv Upon lidverdsements. Belore You Oecule. Ask The Lawver To Send You Free lnlormation Aboullheir Quallllcatlons Experience.

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LOCAL Grandmother Of Slain Teenager Patiently Waits For To Come LUCY M I LLS BY L E O N B. CREWS It's been 3 months and 3 Sentinel Staff Writer days since you 'ue been gone. How could barely 3 months Since April, Luc y Mills has seem so long. I decided to be prayed that someone would lil?e our big bros, John. I took step forward and reveal who my feelings and thoughts and killed her grandson, Cedric. tried t o make you a song. Ms. Mills has done all 'she They took you away t o o can to make the process simearly, and they knew they were pie, even raising funds for a wrong I'm not going to sweat reward and joining an advoca-it tlwugh, 'cause we all knew cy group of mothers who've our cutty flew home. At your also had sons murdered and ,fun'eral, when you made it. the suspects remain free. thunder and rain, y,ou.lei.us "My family and I have /wow that you made it. That remained strong thr.oughout sort of eased the pain.' /t.the process, but it's not easy. would n o t hurt as bad if you We keep hoping th'at this will would'u.e left .ill-peace, 1wt .. and. and the people out there Yo!lr who know something will forever lost, y01i.r}augh forever spenk. Their silence painful silei1ced. to all of us." Ms. Mills said it will take One of Cedric's siblings more than the police to help \Vrote a song about her broth-. solve these crimes. ; cr. These arc just some of the . "It will take all of' us tog c thverses cr.' It's good when others join State Official Disputes lnfoonation Circulated In .HoaxE-mails Several days ago, \Yhat place the discla_imer on their been determined to be hoax e : web site at www.hsmv.mails began statc.fl us. throughout the state. The e-The notice states that the mail states a list of new state i's aware of the eof Florida laws that mail about new traffi.c laws . ly went into effect on August ,_"The impl_ies eight 1st. areas have la.w changes, The e-mail states that all including cell phone usage, cell phones miist. be "hands carpool lanes, lane changes, free" and drivers caught hold-.. driving on the shoulder, seating cell could receive a bt'lt usage, speeding, -and dri$285 citation. It also v ing under th: e influence. that cell phones us ed in conPl'ense disregard this e-mail struction zones cbuld 'cause".ani:l'cd{i ri'ot-'forward lo others. t&e fees to double. :. 'l'he information contained in It also lists the cost s 'of the e-mailsrs not the other v i olations such as mak-web page states. i ng an i'mproper lane_ change, In the of Florida new ($3801; crossjng solid lines or. laws go into effect January .-intersections being blocked 1st, July 1st, or October 1st. 1 $485 ) ; driving on the shoul; Anyone wish ing-to learn der of the road, ($4501; and about the summary of 2007 other violati'ons. legislation to dri-However, Ms. Ann. H. ving and motot vehi cJe laws Nucatola, Public Information can visit the website at Director for the Florida www.hsmv.state.fl.us and Department. -of Hi'ghway dick on ."Laws" located on the Safety & Motor Vehicles, comleft side of the page. mented about the e -mails. Anyone wishing to obtain "We have received numerous additional information may calls about the e -mails and contact the Florida Departthe e-mail isnot true. We ment of Highway-Safety & encourage.anyone with any_ Motor Vehicles at 1850) 617-questions to-contact our 2000. office." Reporter Iris B. Holton Ms. Nucatola further stat-. can be contacted at (813) ed that the inqu_ iries have 248-1921 or by e-mail at prompted her deJ>.artment to.. iris@jl sentinel.com in to help. It's time we join and say we've had enough. We have to let the world know we're not going to stand by and let our children be murdered and the murderers walk away free. "When we come together as a community and family and say no, that's when we'll be heard. It's time to take action and speak up. Action speaks louder than words, and I want them to know it's not right to protect someone you know has taken someone's life. You wouldn't' want that if the roles were reversed." an We Now Accept Prudential Healthcare Plans (HMO -PPO POS) & CIGNA Why Wait Until Sunday Sale Starts Today! Good Onl at 2115 E. Hillsboro Ave. AIIYOII' Back To SChl Needs -Hirll un each: & .. __ Detergent algreen's canned Nuts Single use, mm camera With Flash I ., r 0 ::IJ tn m z :t z m r;m c r r m .... z -a c aJ r u; :t m c m < m ::IJ-< .... c: m tn c )> z c ., ::IJ 6 G) m ...... I )>

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,.... 0 0 N ,..: '!... LOCAL ,... Loss Of Educator Felt By His Peers Mr. James S. Gatlin was well known and well liked withe in the community and among a: his peers. The news of his death u.. was met with sadness by his c a: u.. c z < c en w :J 1-> a: w > w --c w ::t: en ::::i m :J a. z w ...J ...J :J m I ...J w z z w en < c a: 0 ...J u.. supervisors, peers, other educa tors, and those who worked for him. "Jim was truly committed to children, and I think everyone had a sense of that He could be tough and serious if necessary, but he could also be silly and MS. DORETHA EDGECOMB School Board Member show his sense of humor, and I know the kids respected that. PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 E. 24th Ave. Rev. Dr. W F. leonard, Pastor sunday, August 19 -Wednesday, August 22 7:30 p. m. Nightly Guest .Speaker: REV. IRA LIGHTSEY Pastor, St. Mary M B. Church, Mims, Fl "The Peace Baptist Family Welcomes You" ST. PAUL.AME CHURCH 506 E. Harrison St. Tampa, FL, 33602 (813)318-0816 Theme: Men Oj Faith And Destiny; Taking A Stand For Christ You Are Cordially Invited To Attend Our Men's Day Revival & Program Revival. .. August 15th -17th (WednesdayFriday) at 7 p.m. Program ... August 19th (Sunday) at 11 a. m. REV. SYL ROBINSON Evangelist For Revival (3 Nights) -11 a. m. Speaker (Sunday) REV. BRYANT A. FA YSON Host Pastor Bro Richard Barr, Chairman Bro. Hayward. Davis, Co-Chair Bro. Wayne Armstrong, Co-Chair Our Faith In God Sustains And U lifts Us At All Times ... FIRST MOUNT CARMEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 4406 N 26th Street; Tampa, FL 33610 P.O. Box 11327; Tampa, FL 33680 . @13) 231"2025 Church: (813) 236-2322 Homecoming Revival & Chu_rch Anniversary Homecoming Revival August :007 p.m. Rev. Ronnie Clark Hursf Chapel AMECWinter Haven Revivalist 117th Anniversary Theme: A Vision for the Future Minister Edna Jordan Northside Saptist Church ll:OOtLm. Messenger Rev. ADen, Hi Mt Olive AMEC -Re! Kirk R. Bogen BealsviDe Pastor p MS. MARYELLEN ELlA Hillsborough County School Superintendent V1ctory Temp e Outreach Ministries (located In the South Ten-ace Plaza) at 7633 N. 56th St. Tampa, Fl 33617 989-1863 PASTOR LAYTECIA FLOWERS Schedule of Services Sundays ......... .... lO:OO a.m. Worship Service Tuesdays ... .......... .. 12:00 p.m. Noon Day Prayer Every 4th Monday Night 7:00 p m. Substance Abuse Ministries Wednesdays ........... 7 :30 p m. Wisdom in the Word Bible Study Every 3rd Saturday .... l :OO p m. Women of Wisdom Ministries Join us in any one of our life changing services where miracles are always bound to happen" HENRY WASHINGTON Area II Director He maintained his dignity at all times," Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County School Board member said. School Superintendent MaryEllen Elia said, 'This is a great loss to the school dis trict, the community, and the children of Hillsborough County. Jim was a teacher and an administrator who was dedi cated to the community and to the students." In many ways the careers of Mr. Gatlin and Henry Washington mirrored each other. Washington said that Mr. Gatlin was his boss when he served as Director of Area II and he became Mr. Gatlin's boss after Mr. Gatlin came out of retirement and became the principal of Middleton High School. Both men graduated from Middleton High School, both served as principal of Chamberlain and Middlt"ton High Schools, and both wert' Area II Directors. "Jim was a man of wisdom. He was a great motivator and maintained dignity at all times. He had a great sense of humor and the kids knew that and respected him when I worked for him. H e always that you should treat people right because you never knew w.ho would be your boss one day. He was a teacher and an adminis trator who was very dedicated to the community and to the students," Washington said. Mrs. Verna Warren is the Principal's Secretary at Middleton High School. On Wednesday morning, a memor ial service was held in the courtyard around the Tiger at the school. Mrs. Warren stated, "At the memorial service I told the staff and faculty that one of Ma. Gatlin's wishes, his goal, was to make Middleton High School the best in the county. If we can achieve that goal for him it would be the greatest thing in the world. Reporter Iris B. II olton can be contacted at (81.1) 248-1921 or by e-mail at iris@Osentinel.com. PEL SUMMERFEST 2007 ADVANCED DONATIONS $22.00 DAY OF SERVICE $30.00 CHilDREN 12 & UNDER $10.00 AT THE DOOR TICKETS ON SALE ST. PETE: Looking Good, 2201 34th St. S; Franklin Barber & Beauty, 1423 18th Ave. S. Step & Style, (727) 332-0293: IN TAMPA, Books For Thought, 10910 N 56th ST: NE HANDAS HAIR NOW, 1502 E. M.LK: Looking Good, 7831 Palm River Rd.: College Hills Pharmacy, 3503 N. 22nd Ave. IN BRANDON, Slsta Rise "N" Shine, 213 E. 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LOCAL -From The Pulpit: all students while they also provide special consideration for those who may be at risk of less than maximum achievement in the regular classroom setting. In a larger capacity, Reverend Kirkland also is serving his fourth year as Moderator of the South Florida Progressive Baptist Association, a group of over 46 pastors, churches, ministers and auxiliaries united to Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church BY BILLY WHEELER -Tampa, FL homeless and disenfranchised educate, promote and engage people in the surrounding members in meaningful min-Dr. C. T. Kirkland has been neighborhood, Dr. Kirkland istry both within and without pastor. of Mt. Pleasant founded and organized the Mt. the church wall. 2628 E. Lake Avenue* Tampa, FL, 336'1 0 Theme: Men and Women Anointed For Service August 19, 2007 4 p. m 4 P.M. Guest Speaker Missionary Baptist Church in Pleasant Kitchen of Mercy, According to Dr. Kirkland, the West Tampa community for which sponsors a feeding pro-"We are dependent on each 24 years. Through his vision, gram as well as a clothes closet. other regardless of our color, God has given the membership The Drug Ministry aids in the creed, origin or language. As we many ministries and activities rehabilitation of those who are reach for a greater good, we r ! Let' S H ave Healthy Babies !!! as he encourages, teaches and dependent on drugs, teaching have the opportunity each day trains them to become better them that "with Christ, men to become servants who encour: servants of God. Although his and women can do all things." age others, develop and are pro-! home and ministry are based in His focus is on God as "the only ductive in all areas of our lives. I Tampa, he has become a shin-One who can heal the body, So let us keep our eyes upon 1 ing beacon and an active partie-mind and spirit." t t t I d Pastor Kirkland Is fiounder the Lord; may we learn to love t Ipan In s a e, regiOna an each other as it sfates in John i national organizations as well. of The Mt. Pleasant Standard At Mt. Pleasant, he has Based Middle School,"a tuition-3:16, "For God so -loved the implemented an Educational free, Charter middle school for world, that He gave His only ; Ministry, which promotes youth 6th through 8th grade students. begotten Son, that whosoever academic excellence and The school has an open enroll-believeth in Him shall have appointed a Youth Minis try Director who aids them in Iii developing their social, physical emotional and spiritual needs. He is especially excited about the New Converts Ministry, a six week course which instructs individuals who join the church in the Church Covenant program, the meaning of church membership, Christian growth, God's plan for church finances and a brief history of the Baptist faith. Being aware of the many Sunday St:htHll@ 10 am. Mnming Wnnhip & Children's Church@ Ita m O'NEI L & GEOR(;JA S.-\Li\I ON .-\ PEi\TECOST.-\ L C1IFHC11 E\cning Wonhip E\ery -Uh Sunday@ 6 p. m. Mid-Wl-ek Bible Study@ 6 p. m. OUR JfJS/ON II r,;-See Gotl'.l' Peaple Emptfll'eretl/11 All Arens Of Their Li>es & IHrat II' a. Orrce Lost. Restored" Are you a Black female between the ages of 18-44 who had a baby born early within the last two years? Come and be a part of"Piease! Help Me to Help Me!!!" Free educational sessions!! Special incentives and celebration at the end!! Where: University Deliverance OutreaCh Ministty, Inc. 5808 North 40th Street Tampa, Florida When: Tuesday August 21, 2007-2007 6:00-8:00 pm Sponsored by Women of Zion International, Inc. amllhe Central llillsborough Hc:nllhy Stan Allegany NcighborhLIInilillli\"C Conlacr: Rev. Pauline L. Cole al (813) 971-4787, f:-mil Or 1\fn. Irene S. Bembry at 813 980-41928 Join us to Fundraise for the Community Mentoring Program In Support to Families hi our Community I Saturday August 25, 2007 6 p. m. i -RENAISSANCE HOTEL 1ntemational Plaza ... With Your MC's JARVIS EL-AMIN CHLOE CONE Guest Speaker IMAMFURQAN A. MUHAMMAD Of Atlanta Also Featuring: Saxophonist Bernard Jackson & Comedians "LC" and CAIR'S "Ramiy., Plus, Enjoy A Deli,ciou.s Me_al 4_ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tickets: $50 per pers_on and $500 for a table of 10 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------... -------------# AII Funds Go-To The Community Mentorlng Program Effort For more information, contact: BROTHER JARVIS 813 787-6652 SISTER IFRAJ 813 785-5759 "T1 r-0 :::D g en m z ::::! z m r;m c: r r-z ""C c m c en :::r:: m c m < m :::D < -f c: m en c )> z 0 "T1 :::D 6

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PASTOR DONNELL & MIN. TANYA WILLIAMS Founders 6501 N. Nebraska Ave. (John Calvin Church) Bible Study Wednesday@ 7 P.M. Worship Service Sunday @ 11 :30 A.M. Contact Info: 546-2751 GREGG TEMPLE A.M.E. CHURCH -4603 4:Znd St.. TM1P a: w > w c w :1:: en ::; m :::) a. z t= w HEZEKIAH ANOINTED PRAYER SERVICE TURN YOUR FACE AGAINST THEW ALL AND PRAY Then Hezekiah Turned His Face Toward The Wall, And Prm:ed Unto The Lord ISAL<\H 38:2 August 17, 18, 19, 2007 7:30 p. m. Nig_htly THE APOSTLES FOUNDATION CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST, INC. 4711 40th Street* Tampa, FL, (813) 833-5686 Host Pastor: APOSTLE HUFF A Healing Service ..J ..J -:::) m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF Ll GARDENS w z t= z w -en <( c if 0 ..J u.. 0 ,... w 'CJ f W. Palmetto Street* Tampa, FL, 33607 Presents MWE SIS.-MARTHA TOLBERT, ChairPerson . REV.A. W.GREENE Pastor Ushers Presidents: SiS. Lois Robinson, Sis. VIVian Triplett, Sis. Martha Tolbert & Dea. James Hutchinson Celebrate this spedal occasion with us! Theme: "Watchman On The Wall"-EZEKIELJJ:7 . Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ Our Lord! The New Fellowship M. B. Church f Tampa has set aside September 14, 2007 furilie 3rd Annual Banquet Pastor James and First Lady Rosemary Anderson to be held at Ragan Park Re!reation Center 7 m. LOCAL 'Spoken Word' Poet Wants To Bring The People Together When Black On Black Rhyme was born in Tallahassee, it was intended to create a forum where young peo.ple could come and be exposed to their culture and a new way of thinking. That was the hopes and wishes of a group on the campus of Florida A&M University. On September 18, 2001, that same group brought their idea to Tampa and Black On Black Rhyme Tampa was born. One of the first to accept the new concept was Spoken Word poet, Life. He had already started performing around the area, and was honored when he was asked to join the two FAMU alumni in starting it up in Tampa. "They left and I'm running it by myself now. I think this is too important to not be a part of Tampa's culture." As far as Black people are concerned, Life says Black On Black Rhyme is the pre miere number one event. "This form of Black enter-TAALAMACEY tainment has sustained itself longer than anything else in Tampa, and it must be preserved. "In order for us to be the next great city, we need to get together, and Black On Black Rhyme needs more recognition for helping bring the peo ple together." Life makes a living from his art, and he wants everyone else to be as passionate about it as he is. "I get a lot of positive feedback on what we do, and I know we're offering something positive that can help everyone; especially our young brothers. I wish the media would embrace it more and spread the word. That's the venue we need to get our mes sage out. LIFE other, we'll find out we all have so much in common and want the same things. This is the kind of atmosphere to find that place (you want to and reach the people you thought couldn't be reached before." Life will have the pleasure of joining nationally lmown poet, Taalam Acey at.an event on 28th called "Black On Black Rhyme Tampa's 6th Annual Pajama Poet1y Night.'' The event is being held at the Sheraton Riverwalk Hotel, 200 North Ashley Drive. You can also visit the Cotton Club, 2502 North Albany Avenue, every Tuesday night to hear Life and other poets in the area. Life is the only full-time Spoken Word artist in Tampa, and feels young people-need to hear something positive instead of constantly degrading each other in music arid in life. For more information about Life or the Pajama Poetry Night, call (813) 810-3582. "If we sit and listen to each Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) or e-mailed at leon@jlsentinel.com. 2628 E. 27th Avenue Tampa; FL, 33605 Rev. Dr. W. J. Haynes, Pastorrreacher THIRD ANNIVERSARY AND CHURCH DEDICATION OBSERVANCE Theme: "The Church: Soaring To A Higher Level, Cultivating A Unified Body In Christ" -EPH 4:_ 3 REV. DR. W. J. HAYNES Pastor/Teacher St Matthew M. B. Church REV.W. O.SI "'-Pastor Guest Speaker : REV. DR. G. I. BRADLEY Providence M. B. Church, Palmetto, Fl Sunday,August19,2007 Sunday,August26,2007 4P.M. 11 A.M . Guests : Mount Pilgrim Missiona"ry Baptist Assoc. REV. DR. C. F. BROOKS, Moderator Guest Speaker : DR. J. S. HARDIE New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, Lakeland ust 26 2007 4 m. Guest New Friendship M. B. Church REV. DR. H. L. DANIELS Pastor First Baptist Church of Progress Village REV. DR. SAMUEL MAXWELL Pastor Sister Ola Johnson, Chairperson, Committee Members: Sis. Helen Newberry, Sis. ShirleY. Anderson, Sis. Charton Turner, Dr. Doris Haynes, Sis. Jeanette Rose, Dea. Archie Reese, Dea. W1ll Clemons, Bro. Tim Bro. Melvin Gunn, and Bro. Willie Haynes ......... ,..., .. ,, ... ,s Invited To Share In This Momentous Occasion!" I.

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LOCAL ., ::c 0 )> 8 New Recruits Become Tampa Police Officers .:< )> c: C) Recently, the Tampa Police Department held a swearing in ceremony for eight new recruits. Having completed one phase of training, the offi cers will now undergo another t6 weeks of training with the department before being assigned to patrol duties. The official swearing in cere mony was held on August 13th and was attended by Mayor Pam Iorio and Tampa Police Chief Stephen Hogue. These officers were members of the department's scholar ship program. The program was designed to provide assistance to those individuals wanting to become Tampa Police officers but who were having difficulties paying for the training. Due to recent budget cuts, this class may possibly be. the only Scholarship Class sponsored by the department this year. The class consists of four men and four women. Officer April LeVine is a native of Lake Wales. The 24-year-old attended the University of South Florida. c: Virginia. The 24-year-old attended Mountain State .... University to meet her educa-tiona) requirements. A Tampa native, Officer Tommie Tolbert, 32, served in the U.S. Marine Corps. and the Florida National Guard before joining the Tampa Police Department. He met his educational requiremenfs at the Florida State University . Also among the new r e cruits preparing to serve and protect the citizens of Tampa i s Officer Nick Kulwa. Officer Kulwa, is a native of Kenya. The new recruits shown on the front row from left to right: April Levine, Amy Hess, Christina Gaudion, Elizabeth Garrett, and Tampa Police Chief Stephen Hogue. ShoWn on the back row: Mayor Pam Iorio, Tommie Tolbert, Elton Johnson, Nick Kulwa, and Dennis Cooper. Officer Kulwa, 29, com pleted his educational requirements at Kansas State University. Of the recently graduated recruits, Chief Hogue sllid, "I'm glad to welcome this group of officers to the departBoth Officers Elton S. Johnson, 24, of Tampa, and Ms. Christina Gaudion, 28, of Fort Lauderdale, also obtained their education from the University of South Florida Officer Dennis C. Officer Cooper, 28, attended Tidewater Community College and served in the U.S. Navy. ment and I believe they will serve the community well." 0 Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) )> 248-1921 or by e-mail at en jrjs@jlsentineLcom. Cooper, Jr., is a native of Columbia, South Carolina. Prior to relocating and joining the Tampa Polic e Department, Officer Amy Hess is a native of Spencer, West New Salem Inc. 405 N Oregon Ave. Tampa, FL 33606 ( 813 ) 251-6301 Building Exce1!ence Ii1 Youth Out-Of-School Time (OST) Program If you ha\'e b een wondering how your child will be spending their time after school for the the school year 2007-2008, don't worry New Salem Ministries, Out Of School Time Ministries Is What You Tutoring Mentoring Helping With Homework Snack Secured Playground Certified T eachers PreRegi.'itration i .'i FREE until August Wtll, afterward'i regi.'itrati.tm i.'i $10.00 per application am/til e program is $]5. f}(J per week There is a gas fee of$25.00 per household per week if all children are attendin g the same school. If siblings are attend i n g a different schooL it is $25.00 per J oca tion Example, lfyou hare thre e (3) chi ldren and two attend one school and the other. anoth er schoo L nH1t would be a total of$5 0 00 perweek.lfthey all attei1a the same school it will be $25.00 per week. SIGN UP TODAY!!!! :j z m r a:J c: r r m :j z c: a:J r u; :::1: m 0 m < m :a < -4 c: m en C )> z c ., :a e; > < ,, TAMPA ORGANIZATION OF BLACK AFFAIRS (TOBA) . Presents Its 26th Annual -. : I . - I . \: YOUTH HERITAGE > ORATORICAL SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST Preliminaries SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2007 9 3 P.M .1\'llddleton Senior High School Auditorium 4801 North _22nd Street Tampa, 336)0 October 25., 2007 Venue To Be THEME: 1 Hip Hop and Rap Music-The Power. tlte Positile. and tile Price on Black Family Life .' ... Wito Wilis. Wllo Loses? -. --Students In 6-12 Are-Invited To, Compete. P l ease See Your Youth Director For Details or Call: 813-874-TOBA. (86 22) Apply Online at : www.ti\ba n e twork org Deadlille .toApplr: Augu.'it3/, 101J7

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0 0 C\1 LOCAL ..... c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w ::I li: w > w c w :I: (/) :J m :::: a. z ..J ..J :::: m -' ..J w z i= .-ffi en <( C a: 0 ..J LL. Historic School Building To Be Demolished From left to right: Principal Theophilus Hill, Assist. Principal Carol Aida, Dianne BennettFasion, Alice Ortega, Gloria Pittman, Lillie Minor, Lan Pham, Becky Baltore, Penny Landman, Georgia Smith, HelenaGreen, Denise Winnett, Louis Sasarones, Jeffery Yawn, Pablo Torrres, Paul Brooks, Isiah Robinson Felecia Cohen, and Teddy Johnson. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer As the wrecking ball continues to tear down Central Park Village, a school that stood in the area long before the housing project is also preparing to meet its fate. Meacham, now an alterna tive center, will be dismissing its staff members and closing its doors for the time as it will meet the same fate as the buildings that surround it. Meacham, named in honor of Christine Meacham, was erected in 1926. In the 1940s and 1950s, it became a primary Black elementary sc;hool. Ms. Meacham, one of the first Black teachers in the 1880's, served as princi pal of the Harlem Academy. She died in 1927 1n 1954, the same year 1 Central Park VIllage was born, a second two-story building was added to Meacham with 24 classrooms, making it one of the Meacham School was built in 1926 and added onto in 1954, the same year Central Park Village was born largest Black elementary schools in the district. The school, in 1971, became an integrated 6th grade center as part of the desegregation plan. During the late 1970s, the school was transformed into an early childhood ter, and later into an alterna tive school. This Friday, Principal Theophilus Hill and his staff will bid farewell to Meacham and move into their new building on Armenia Avenue near Busch Boulevard. Hill will take his staff and most of his teachers with him to the new building. Parties Church Events Family_ Reunions Day Care In The Spotlight CONEATHIA Congratulations to this week's Spotlight fea ture, Coneathia, Standing S'6", t _his young lady enjoys shopping, bowling and playing basketball. Her philosophy of life is: "Although I may not know what my next journey entails, I know that I will be able to succeed with God guiding my path." Coneathia says her favorite star is Kobe Bryant, and the man in her life must be under standing, church going, very supportive, and one who will love her for her. Congratulations to Coneathia as this week's very special Spotlight feature. BROTHER'S -GRAPHICS 1248 E. Hillsborough Suite#206

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-' LOCAL Sharing The Political Process Is Passion For Dentist Left to right: Dr. H. Bruce Miles, President, Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus; State Representative Betty Reed, guest speaker; Vice President Diane Hart; Robin Lockett and Terrance LeNoir. BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor The Hillsborough Cou_nty Democratic Black held its 3rd annual banquet last weekend. The organization's president, Dr. H. Bruce Miles gave leadership to that event. The theme was "Democrats Attaining Self Empowerment." The reception and dinner was held Saturday, August 11, 2007, at Latam the Centro Restaurant. The Honorable Betty Reed, State House of Representatives z c Emily Echols, CPA;. Ms. Lonnie Carson, Secretary; and -Monroe :Mack, c Parliamentarian: (Photos by Sylvester Harris and Jerry Located Inside The University Mall Next To The Food Court -Don't Throw Your Hard Earned Money A way On Renting BUY Your Very Own Home Today CallNow! Toll -Free: 1-888-281-3278 www .ezhomeloanfinder .com _Brunson) Stepping Stones 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 O\ercome emplo\'meill obstacles by teaching you to: Master the application Express confidence at the-job inteniew ., Explain work and background Write a winning resume for success WIN THAT JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ) When:August 20-24,2007 Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm C;t..:h .. !;! in.:c..,tih..: "' Location: 2631 E .. Lake Ave. Contact: Karen Dalcv Tampa. Florida 336 I 0 (Behind the Nehemiah Laundry l\l:lll Building Liws. Building Cmmunity Phone: (813) 2-J8-97J8 Ext 106 Space Is Limited. Today! @) [IJ C) m ..... w I >

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,... 0 0 N ,..: ,.... c a: LL c z c( c 0 w :::) 1-> a: w > w c w :I: 0 ::i m :::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::) m w z i= z w 0 a: 0 ...J LL LOCAL Defying The Odds: Children With A Vision, Inc. Reaches Out To Community BY DAWN GARDENER Sentinel Freelance Writer How do you defy these odds? On average, 40% of African American children will not graduate high school. Our young men outnumber any other race in our prison systems; teen pregnancy still remains high; drug use continues to be rampant; AIDS remains an epidemic; and our homicide rate can be heard in the wailings of parents who mourn the loss of young people everyday. But there's a community in Tampa who took the time on Sunday to collectively state, "it's time for a change." The 7th Annual Back to School Event championed by Tonya Lewis was a phenomenal success. This was a joint effort of community volunteers and businesses striving to defy the odds at a most important juncture -education. By giving out hundreds of backpacks filled with the tools needed for academic success, the community put its money where its mouth is. Despite the sweltering heat, the anticipation and excitement was seen and felt everywhere -catered meals, an array of sounds (music, laughter, and screaming children), not to mention sponsors galore. But the message of the day, 'equipping our children for scholastic s uccess', was never lost. This was no more evident than through the eyes of the parents and children. One notable attendee, Ms. Alberta Jackson, a 64-year-old grandmother, came with the hope of getting a backpack for each of her five grandchildren. In her matronly voice she stated, "This is my first year attending and I'm glad I came. It's good to see our community contributing to our children's learning. I thank God." Her sentiments are further endorsed and echoed by several sponsors of the event to include Jen Ramirez representing AmeriGroup Florida, Inc., who simply says, "If it's about giving back you can bet AmeriGroup will be t h e re." Another enthusiastic contributor for a third year was Bank of America represented by Darlene Johnson. Bank of America provided additional counseling to high school students about the importance of establishing a savings account and the need for financial dis cipline. On the lighter side of life, the Ruff Ryders, with more than 15 riders, made their mission known: "We're here because it's the place to be, period. When Tonya Lewis calls, we answer; we were there for her Toy Drive and we'll be out here for every event she hosts because we want to be a part of our chil-"Beauty Is My Business" Wash-N-Set $25 Relaxers $35 Stuffed Twist w/Ponytail $35 Sew-In Micros $85 Micros $99 For Appt. Call Michelle @ 81 300-0404 Ba s Ash Bone Braids Cornrows Re-Twist Wash-N-Style $25 Relaxer-N-Style $40 Relaxer, Color, Cut $60 l
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. SPORTS SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY Bucs To Take Their Show On The Road The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, fresh off of a home victory over the New England Patriots, take their show on t:he road this weekend. The Bucs will visit the Jacksonville Jaguars this Saturday night. The team will be looking for an improvement over last Fridays' very good performance. The Jaguars feel that the Bucs will be a good tes" for a slim-downed quarterback, Byron Leftwich. The Bucs believe the Jags will be a good test for their reconstructed defense. The question for the Bucs is will Chris Simms play? And if so, how much? Tiger continues to remain calm, cool and collected. One thing is for certain and that is Tiger's parents did a magnif icent job of preparing him for the life he would live and to be the best golfer to ever live. Not only is Tiger a great golfer, but he is intelligent, articulate, a great humanitarian and dedicated to what he does. Run your mouth! You don't bother the Tiger! Garcia On The Move At Carolina High S_chool grad Steven Garcia, the centerpiece of Coach Spurrier's 2007 recruiting class, is behind where he should be. A Star QB Reportedly Would Get At Least 12 Months If He Accepts Plea Deal Va. --Star NFL quarterback Michael Vick would serve one year or more in prison if he accepts a plea deal offered by federal prosecutors in his dogfighting case, sources told the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Wednesday. Under the agreement, Vick would plead guilty-felony con spiracy to travel in interstate commerce in aid of dogfight ing and related gambling. He would face a maximum prison senten.ce of five years and a fine of $250,000, the Times Dispatch said. The sources also told the newspaper that the plea deal would call for sentencing guidelines of 12 to 18 months in prison. But -it would be ultimately up to U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson. The Atlanta JournalConstitution on Wednesday MICAELVICK reported that Vick is leaning toward the piPR deal. Citing source,;, the new,;pnper reported that Vick likely will agree to a plea deal b: the end of the\\ cck. Vick reportedly does not want to agree to the deal until he can find out what effect it would have on his NFL career. The embattled quarterback has been ordered b y NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to stay away from training camp pending a full investigation. Subscribe Todav! . "!J N "The \i)ice Communit.v Speaking for Itself' Jamarcus Russell Holding Out couple uf disturbing incidents Jamarcus Russell, the first round draft pick of the Oaklnnd Raiders and the draft's first pick, is holding out and the reason is money. Russell, an All-American quarterback from 'LSU, and the Rnid e rs can't seem to get on thG guaranteed money Oakland signed free agent quarterback Daunte Culpepper and seems in no huny t'o sign Russ.ell. It. is estimated that this .holdout will last through the pre-sea son. This would put Russell considerably behind and may render him useless fcir this season. got Garcia into trouble that kept him away from the foot ball field. Now the Tampa native is in good grace and making a move to become South Carolina's starting quarterback Garcia is learning fast and throwing the ball real well The 6'4" freshman was one of the most sought after high school recruits in the nation. What's With Simeon? Simeon Rice, the former Buccaneer defense end deluxe, has taken physicals for several team_ s Yet at this writing, Rice seems without a team. Simeon was cut by Tiger Woods! A Class Act the Bucs after they said he In spite of constant jealous-his physical. ly from other golfers, in spite Many believe it was Rice's of criticism and in_ spite of big salary rather than an inferior golfers calling him injury. But why hasn't he out, Tiger always takes the beeQ picked up by some other high road He chooses to have team? Is it his salary? I nothing but nice things to say believe Rice has at least two about other golfers. more years of football left in When everybody around him. Some team will get a him are losing their heads, steal. -. Tiger To Build First Course .In NC Mountains TRAVELERS REST, SC . Tiger Woods has rjo plans to .break this Jack Nicklaus record. W9ods revea1ed plans Tuesday._ for his first American course just two days after he won his 13th major title at the PGA Championship. And while the world's No. 1 golfer continues his stead,.Y inarch to Nicklaus' record 18 majors, Woods knows he won't come close to the numIJer of courses created by the tJ) m z -4 z m r I m c: r r z "tt c: m r c;; :::t m c m < m :.D -< -4 c: m tJ) c ?< )> z c :.D 6 ?<

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Dungy Can Add Presidential Appointment To List Of Achievements TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -a: Tony Dungy has a Super LL Bowl title, a best-selling a: LL c z < c en w ;::) .... > a: w > w c w :::z::: en :J m ;::) D. z W .... .... ;::) m w z z w en a: 0 ..... 1&. book ano now a presidential appointment. On Tuesday, President Bush announced his intention to appoint the Indianapolis Colts coach to the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation. The term runs for two years. After the announcement in Washington, Dungy told reporters at training camp he was first asked about taking the position when the Colts visited the White House in April, a traditional honor for Super Bowl champions. Indianapolis beat Chicago 29-17 in February, winning its first title since moving from Baltimore in 1984. "You have to fill out a lot of paperwork, and they have to do some checking, that sort of thing. That came through OK," Dungy said. "It's a great honor, and it's some-TONY DUNGY thing we always talk about with our, team how to serve your community and make your community better." Dungy, a devout Christian, has said most of the proceeds from his No. 1 selling book "Quiet Strength: The Principles, Practices, and Priorities of a Winning Life," will go to charitable organizations. He has not, however, identified which charities would receive money. Springs, Walls Will Be Honorary Co1Nboys Captains_ Season Opener IRVING, Texas:.....:..._ Ron Springs and Everson Walls will be together again on the field at, Texas Sta
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Barry Bonds Connects For 759th Homer ATLANTA --Barry B'onds added to his home run record not far from where,Hank Aaron broke the previous mark, hitting No. 759 off Atlanta's Tim Hudson in the sixth inning Wednesday night. The San Francisco slugger drove the first pitch of the sixth inning over the centerfield wall at Turner Field, tying the game at 2. Andruw Jones leaped for the 403-foot drive and hung on top of the wall, but the Braves' Gold Glove winner had no chance of catching Bonds' 25th homer of the season. No. 759 came across the street from the former site of Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, where Aaron broke Babe Ruth's homer record in April 1974 with the 715th of his career. The Hammer, now a senior vice president with the Braves, wound up with 755. The Braves' former stadium was torn down after the 1996 season and replaced by a parking lot. There is a marker at the spot of Aaron's landmark homer. Bonds broke Aaron's record last week in San Francisco. While Aaron made a videotape offering his congratulations to the new home run king, there's no indication the two have met in person. The Braves said Aaron was traveling this week and wouldn't return until after the Giants left Atlanta. .Men Charged,ln Antoine Walker Robbery CHICAGO --Four men were charged in last month's robbery of. Miami Heat forward Antoine Walker at his Chicago town house. The four arc ,charged with home invasion, armed rob bery and aggravated kidnap. ping, Cook County state's attorney spokeswoman Tandra Simonton said Friday. . She identified the suspects ANTOINE WALKER -as Phillip Allison, 28; The robbery happened less ,A.ntoin e Larkins, 28; than three weeks befor e New Demorris Hill, 25; arid York Knicks forward Eddy Gregory Reedfield, 23. Curry, his wife and an Walker, a Chicago native, e1mployee were also tied up was home. with a relative and robbed by masked gunJuly 9 wlien masked robbers men at Curry's home in subbound the two with duct tape urbarfChicago. and -held tpem gunp,9int ... -Chicago police said Chey C?ff!:;w .ith.theyre_-trying to determine if Walker's Merced-es cash there links between the . . . ";.. cases. -.., -. C ltib For sale Or Lea-se Club 3123 E. 7th Avenue Still Available To Ren(For: Parties Banquets, efc. : Call For (813) 77 0-158 5 SPORTS Price Signs SixYear Deal With Rays Worth $11.25M DAVID PRICE Wade Says Heat Decision To Sign Harda""ay Is A WinWin Scenario MIAMI--Dwyane Wade is excited about seeing Shaquille O'Neal and Penny Hardaway together again. And if it improves the Miami Heat, even better. "What's there to lose? It's simple," Wade said Friday. "I think both sides win." DWYANE WADE And PENNY HARDAWAY Hardaway on the Heat without any financial commitment before the season may eventually make the move a steal. BOSTON --With an 11:59 p.m. ET signing deadline approaching, the Devil Rays brought David Price into the fold around 5 p.m. on Wednesday, signing the top pick of Major League Baseball's June 2007 FirstYear Player Draft to an $11.25 million d eal. It's definitely a great feeling to get it done; it's done," said Price during a Wednesday night conference call. "Now I can do what I've done the past 15 years, which is play baseball. The Heat truly have nothing to lose because the deal for the career 15A-point scorer doesn't include any guaranteed money. It just gives the 36-year-old who hasn't played in the NBA since November 2005 because of knee problems an opportunity to compete in training camp for minutes with the team. And since Miami is at the luxury-cap threshold already for next season, getting "I know I still have a lot of work ahead of me," Hardaway told Houston television station KRIV on "T1 Friday. "It feels great to play 5 with a team that is a con-tender for a championship. This is an opportunity to (f) Price, whom the Rays selecte d with the t o p pick in this year' s Draft, signed a big league deal that six years (2007 -12). Price's signing bonus is $5.6 million. Within the contract is Minor League salaries that add up to $2.9 million and Major League salaries adding up to $5.65 million. A total of $8.5 million -::-the bonus, plus the Minor League salaries ..:.._ is guaranteed. Authorities: Forriier Ref Bet On NBA Games Since '03, Took Payoffs -NEW YORK --How much Tim Donaghy profit e d from his betting scheme, and._ how far he went to do so, still isn't known. This much is certain: Donaghy wagered on games he officiated, and he did it longer than previously thought. The disgraced former. referee started betting on NBA games in 2003, long before began tipping off highFielder: stakes gambiers with inside informationand 'recom. mending .y,;Jiich teams to bet TIM DONAGHY m z -f z m r;m c: rr m -f z ., c: m r-u; ::t m p m < m :o -< -f c: m (/)-. c )> z c -3-Game on -with a reward of $5,000 clasped in front of him, told "T1 ifhis picks hit. -the judge ina Brooklyn :rJ The stunning allegations courtroom. emerged Wednesday as Donaghy, who was Donaghy pleaded guilty to released 'on $250,000 bond, two charges in a scan-faces a niaxiinum of 2 5 dal that rocked the league years in prison when _he is and tarnished the integrity sentenced Nov : 9 for conspirofthe sport. acy to engage in wire fraud "By having this nonpublic and tra-nsmitting betting inform_ ation,' I was in a information through inteiunique position .to predict state commerce. He also the dutcome ofNBA games;" must p -ay fin'e Donaghy standing ramrod-and at leas t $30,000 in restistraight his hands tution. to the government. Prince Fielder claims ... .. : . .... never made contact with plate . appeal is heard. umpire Wally Bell. :Fielder was suspended and fined an tu1disclosed amount -: for "inappropriate and aggressive a cori-. MIL}VAUKEE -frontation with plate umpire Wally Bell on Sunday, when Fielder is appealing ,._,t h e Brewers lost 6-4 _at Houston. paseman was three-game suspension that after: arguing a called third strike and had to be was handed down by r:estra,ined by bench coach Dale'Sveum. commissioner's office : said he didn't think he with Wednesday, a llowin g him to during the confrontation. - 7 . remain in the Milwaukee "We're both ov e r 250 pounds, so if our stomachs touch. Brewers' lineup until his that's going to happen," Fielder said. _. I )>

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c a: u.. c z < c tJ) w :::J .... > a: w > w c w ::z::: tJ) ::::i m .:::J a. z _, _, :::J m ..J w z t= z w tJ) < c a: 0 _, u.. MS. YVONNE BALL Homegoing services for Ms. Yvonne Ball, who passed away on August 8, 2007, will be held this Saturday, August 8, 2007, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 50P2 N. 40th Street, with Minister Sterling Woodard, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. In His infinite wisdom, God, our Father, who doth all things well and maketh all things work together for the good of those who love Him, on Wednesday morning, August 8, 2007, called Ms. Yvonne Ball to join His innumerable caravan. Ms. Yvonne Ball was born in Albany, GA, on January 2, 1972, to Lavonne Quick and Gerry Lee Bush. Ms. Ball was educated in the public schools of Dougherty and Hillsborough County. Her father, GerriLee Bush; and grandmother, Thelma Bush, preceded Ms. Ball in death. Yvonne leaves to cherish and celebrate her memories: mother, Lavonne Quick (Glenn) of Albany, GA, and Tampa; loving fiancEe, Mr. Johnny Hartsfield; grandmother, Rose Mae Hunt of Albany, GA; 7 sisters, Linda Boyd (Abraham), Tesa Chatman (Fushay) Carvetta Moore, Kimberly Frazier, .Jerstacia Thomas, Shambreka Harper, and Shay Marshall all of Albany, GA; brother, Elijah Chatman "(Victoria); 4 nieces, Raquel, Derricka, Ricknyah and Elijah; 3 nephews, Gerald, Rykki and Tyrell; 3 uncles, Emmet Hunt of Albany, GA, Willie Chatman (Florine) and Darris Chatman (Berdine); 7 aunts, Hattie More'land (Johnny) Alice Jackson .(Felton), Viola Daniels (Ronald), Shirley Hunt and Melanie Hunt, all of Albany, GA, Delores Wesley and Venette Anderson, both of Tampa; godson, Jeremiah Josiah, Ji'.; special friends, Sherry Bowman, Romika and Jeremiah Josiah, Sr., Jennie Bronson and Abraham Anderson; and a host of sorrowing cousins, family and friends. Visitation for Ms. Yvonne Ball will begin at 6 p. m this Friday evening. The family will receive friends in the chapel at 7 p. m. Friends are asked to meet at the funeral home on Saturday at 1:45 p. m. James Harmon, L.F.D. and John Harmon, L.F.D. A HARMON BURIAL. REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK "A Conmunlty Pride" 4615 L Hann1t T11111po 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626-2332 MR. FRANK JONES Homegoing services for Mr. Frank W Jones, who passed away on Wednesday, August 8, 2007, will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2007, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, with Elder Frank 0. Gray, officiating, and Elder Major Jones, Jr., eulogist. Frank was born on August 12, 1939, in Mississippi, to the late Albert and Annie Jones. He was the fifth of nine children born to this union. Frank attended elementary school in Mississippi and continued his education in Florida and St. Louis, Missouri. He later joined the United States Army. After serving in the Army, he returned home and worked in the upholstery business with his brother, Mack, who preceded him in death earlier this year. Frank eventually branched out and opened his own business and calledit Frank's Trim Shop. He assisted in training two brothers and two brothers-in-law in the upholstery business. Frank leaves to cherish his memory: son, Frank Antonio Jones; 7 siblings, Myrtis Thurman, David Jones, Kathryn Stevens, Willie Nealy, Jones and wife, Genetta, Sadie Douglas and husband, Elder Robert Douglas, and Annie Ray and husband, Rev. Charles E. Ray; and a host of nieces and nephews; godbrothers and godsisters, the Bynum family from Chicago, Illinois; devoted friend, Willie Gray. 1 visitation for Mr. Frank William Jones will begin at 6 p. in. this Friday evening at Harmon Funeral Home . Friends are asked to meet at the chapel at 10:45 a. m. James Harmon, L.F.D. and John Harmon, L.F.D. A HARMON BURIAL. Family Owne d and Operated -2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Tampa, Fl33610 ..._ Ph. C813) 232 Ftx (813) 231-0521 .1.6our fomilytaMCDJ'I!ofXour.fomily. QIP IM ky 10 a and 9uO.Iiry FUNERALS MR. EZRA JAMES WHITE Funeral se.rvices for Mr. Ezra James White who passed away August 7, 2007, in a local hospital, will be held Saturday, August 18, 2007, at 1 p. m. at New Spiritual Temple Church, 3009 E. Cayuga, Elder William Hollingshed, Sr., officiating. Edward was born and raised in Tampa. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Blake Sr. High School. He served his country as he fought in the Vietnam War as a military air trooper. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Mrs. Bobbie White; father, Walter White, Sr.; mother, Mrs. Bernice White; son, Doy Warfield; 2 nephews, 4 aunts and 3 uncles. He leaves to cherish precious memories of him with: sister, Fradonia Webb; brother, Walter White, Jr.; stepmother, Albertha White; 2 stepsons, Travis Meek (Laura) and Charlie Harvey (Melody); grandchildren; 2 sisters-in-law, Pastor Brenda Thompson and Mrs. Lillian Griffin; 2 close and dear special ladies, Jane Pacy and Sheryl Jones; 11 nieces, Gloria Flanning, Yvette James, Lasonya Goff, Vetecia White, Shamika Brown, Jeannie Brown, Amara Williams, Georgetta Sherrods, Petunia Jackson, Latonya Butts and Twanda Butts; 3 nephews, Earnell Scott, James Sessions and Devon Dixon, Sr.; 6 great nieces, 12 great nephews, 2 great, great nieces and 2 great, great nephews; and a host of other family members, close friends, neighbors and loved ones. Public visitation will be Friday, August 17, 2007, at Jackson Funeral Home, 460S N. 34th Street, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will form at 2308 Cedar Trace Circle at 12:15p.m. Arrangements entrusted to Jackson Funeral Home. "A JACKSON SERVICE" MR. JAMES SULLIVAN GATLIN, JR. Celebration of life services for Mr. James Sullivan Gatlin, Jr. of 3005 Chipco Street, who passed away Tuesday, August 14, 2007, at St. Joseph's Hospital, will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2007, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, Rev. Abraham Brown, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. ,James Sullivan Gatlin, Jr., was born July 26, 1939, in Tampa. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Middleton High School, class of 1957 He received his Bachelor's degree from FAMU, his Master's degree from Tuskegee, and he attended t1/2 years Doctorate studies at USF. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving wife, Evelyn Gatlin; 3 sons, James Sullivan Gatlin, III, and wife, Theresa of Atlanta, GA, Marcus G. Gatlin of Houston, TX, and Brent L. Gatlin of Tampa; his mother, Easter Mae Gatlin of Tampa; brother, Robert R. Gatlin and wife, Clarice of Houston, .TX; 4 sisters, Delores Flowers and husband, Shirley G. Williams, Sandra G. Lovelace and Marva G. Floyd, all of Tampa; granddaughter, Thiria Gatlin; gr,andson, Miles Gatlin, both of Atlanta, GA; uncle, Lespy Nelson, Sr.; aunt, Lillie C. Bryant, both of Tampa; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and sorrowing friends. Visitation will be Friday, August.17, 2007, from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. at the church. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING FOLLOWING THE EULOGY. McRAE FUNERAL HOME, St. Petersburg. .Mor n in Glory Funeral Chapel 6-367-5509 Z.-4fft-Cfling Tampa. St. Pete and Surrounding Areas o/ ci""JM t:?Hf.'IN LISA SPE IGHTS ... L F D MS. LINDA FAYEBOBO Ms. Linda Faye Bobo of 1911 Coral Tree Court, passed away Wednesday, August 8, 2007. Funeral will be conducted Saturday, August 18, 2007, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevard with Pastor Samuel Maxwell, officiating. Interment will follow in Serenity Meadows Cemetery. Ms. Bobo was a native of Blytheville, Arkansas, and was raised in East St. Louis, Illinois. She was a graduate of Lincoln Senior High School. She was u resident of Tampa for 26 years. Ms. Bobo was a member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village and was employed as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Sun City Towers. She was preceded in death by: her father, Lonnie Bobo, Sr.; brother, Lonnie Bobo, Jr.; and niece, Marquess "Ke Ke" Sanders. She leaves to cherish he1 memory: sons, Cornelius Bobo (Schantel) of Brandon, and Theron Turnbough of Tampa; daughters, Michelle Bobo and Nicholle Bobo Palmer (Anthony), both of Brandon; grandchildren, Cornelius Gray, Jr., Courtney Bobo, Tyremmi Williams, Armani Sampson, Krystal Bobo, Alexis Fripp, Jevon Fripp, Maurice Hagens and Cornelius Bobo, Jr.; great grandson, Elijah Gray; mother, Emma Jean Scales Bobo; eternal soul partner, Henry Randolph; brothers, Freddie L. Bobo (Carolyn) of East St. Louis, IL, Lionel Bobo and Fread Lee Bobo, both of Orlando; sisters, Brenda Bobo Sanders (Isaac) and Jaurel Bobo Walker (Charles), both of East St. Louis, IL, Avionne Bobo James (Devinci), Paulette Bobo, both of. Orlando, Angela McKnuckles and Joyce Ann Bobo, both of East St. Louis; IL; a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING ON FRIDAY, AUGUST17, 2007. 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MRS. GEORGIA A. CARTER MR. JOE HARRISON Mr. Joe Harrison of3207 N. Mrs. Georgia A. Carter of Cord Street, passed away 8011/2 St. Clair Street, passed Sunday, August 12, 2007. away Tuesday, August 7, 2007. Funeral services will be con-Funeral services will be con-ducted Saturday, August 18, ducted Saturday, August 18 at 2 2007, at 2 p. m. at College p. m. at Highland Avenue Hill Church of God in Christ, Church of Christ, 28oo-64.14 N. 30th Street, with Highland Avenue, with Elder 'Elder Charles Davis, pastor, Joe Lowe, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest officiating. Interment will Haven Memorial Park follow i n R e s t H aven Memorial Park Cemetery. Cemetery. . Mrs. Carter was a native of Mr. Harrison was a native Wilcox County, Birmingham, of Edison, Georgia, and a resAlabama, and was a resident of. iden t of Tampa for so years. Tampa for 71/2 years. She was He was educated by the pub -educafed in the public schools lie schools of. Edison, ofWitc:ox County, AL,.and con-Georgia. Mr. Harrison. was a tinued her education in New Cement Finisher at Azzarelli Jersey. Mas. Curtea begun her Construdion Company. career as a Nuase at Pollack He was preceded in death Hospital in Jeasey City, NJ, and by: his wife, Pecola Harrison; became u devoted housewife. and daughter, Brenda Joyce She wus preceded in death by: Harrison. her parents, Rufus und Nancy Mr. Joe Harrison leaves to Miller, Sa.; and siblings, cherish his memories and Daniel, Freddie, Eliza and .celebrate his life: 2 daugh---Annie. ters, Brenda. "Annette" Royal She leaves to cherish her memory: her" husband, siam.. and Cheryl Scott-Freeman, both of Tampa; 4 sons, Billy Curter, Sr. ofTa mpa ; childen Michael Mille, Kenneth ll Washington and husband, C: Joseph, Jr., of Quail Hollow; g brother, Mr. Leroy Turner fA and wife, Florence of Pomona Park; sister, Ms. _.. Verbena Turner Bryant of Palatka; 10 grandchildren, N Ms. Twlia Turner McGee of 8 Tallahassee, Mr. Harlem ....,. Turner, II, Mr. Harlem Turner, III and wife, Sandra, all of Tampa, Mrs. Kisha Morris and husband, Gerrald of Memphis, TN, Mrs. T'Wanda Morris and hus band, Andre, Ms. Kiwanna Turner, Ms. Sharika Washington and Ms. Christy Turner, all of Tampa, Mrs. Jeralynn Campbell-Triplett and husband, Travis of St. Louis, MO, and Ms. Ashley Washington of Quail Hollow; 16 great grandchildren, Harlem, IV, Jahnesha, Shan'era, Sha'mhya, Shawn, Anthony, Charles, Christin", Kianna, Brianna, Alexis, Christana, G e rrald, Jr., Andre, Jr., Harliyah, La'treyana, and Kevin, all of Tampa; devoted niece, Annette Mc Hayle; four brothers-inlaw, Mr. Willie Lee Simmons and wife, Mamie of Pomona Park, Mr. Jack Simmons and wife Diana o f Websfer, and Mr. Saul Miller, Sr., of Riverside, CA; sister-in-law, Mrs. Rosa Simmons of Orlando; godsons, very devoted Mr. Brian Smith and.'wife, Tracy, Mr. Leroy and Mr. Freedman Best;. goddaugh-, ters, Mrs. carol and husband, of North Carolina, Ms. Melody Jackson, Ms. Barbara Buie, Ms. Leola Sip lin, Ms. Brittany Walker and Ms. Valencia Curry, allof Tampa; and a host Of other loving and caring relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, August 17, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 3 01 N. Howard Avenue and the fam ily will friends from. 7-8 p. m at the Chapel. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME; Rhodes & Northern, Owners. :, r ,... 0 ::D 6 > fJ) m z m r;tD c: rz c: tD ,... c;; ::J: m 0 m < m ::D < m fJ) 0 I: m M :ti' I: CaM\ I S002 N ..KfrH STREET TAMPA, FL 33610 > z 813 626-8600 -. -TiiE WAYTO A 1 / ; .; SINCE 1991 , .. JOHN HARMON LFD jAMES HARMON. LFD 1 ,;. "Remember Them A\ They Were" Creative Eye _Catching "": Realistic MonumentsQuaiityProduct5 At Great Prlce5 . Superior Engraving Done By ed Mastercraftsnien o "Ti ::0 6

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,.... 0 0 N e a: u. c z c( c en w ::) ..... > a: w > w c w en :J m ::) a.. z t= w ...J ...J ::) m ...:. w z t= z w C/) c( c a: 0 ...J 1L MR. HENRY C.L.BOHLER A memorial service for Mr. Henry C. L. Bohler, will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2007 at to:oo a.m. at St. Marks Episcopal Church, 13312 Cain Road at Gunn Highway, Tampa, Florida (813) 962-3089. The family will be available for visitation from 6-8pm Friday, August 17, 2007 at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th St., Tampa, Florida. Henry C. L. Bohler, 82, of Tampa, passed away on August 10, 2007. A native. of Augusta, Georgia, he moved to Tampa in 1950,.after graduating from Hampton Institute in Hampton, Virginia. He was a Tuskegee Ainnan who continued to fly long after World War II was over. He was also a civil rights activist and worked as an electrical contractor. He is survived by: his wife 59 years, Clifford Marie Bohler; two sons, George Allesandro, Lanham, MD, and Dr. Henry C. L. Bohler, Jr., Louisville, KY; and daughter, Pamela Bohler Sampson, Philadelphia, P A, in addition to their three spouses, Yvonne, Jacquelyn and Alldre, respectively' he leaves behind: grandchildren shauntae, Victoria, Taylor, Alexander, Morgan, Madelyn and O.ivia; great grandchildren, Aaron and Joshua; his bother, Rev. Canon Lewis P. Bohler, Jr.; and sister, Fredericka are also survivors. . . In lieu of flowers, those who choose may contribute to the scholarship fund for youths sponsored by Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., P.O. Box 9166, .Arlington, Virginia, 22219; Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approldmately 9:45 a.m. on Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" .. .-.. MS. ADINE ANTHONY WILLIAMS Memorial services for Ms. Adine Anthony Williams, who passed on AnPJSt 6, 2007, will be held on Saturday, Aupst 18, 2007 at 3 p. m; at Wilson Funeral Home Chape), 3000 N. 29th Street, with R.ev. James B. Crews, Pastor' of Jesus New Covenant Deliverance Fellowahip, ofliciatin&-Adine was born September 24, 1955. Tampa, to Otis, Sr. -and Bernice Anthony. She was preceded in death c( by: parents, Otis, Sr., and 0 Bernice Anthony; sisters, N Melvena Moore and Priscilla .. w Anthony. .:.._,. --c:J AdiDe her. soJil-Yrini)(ie L 1.: .. FUNERALS I MEMORIAMS MS. ADINE ANTHONY WILLIAMS Williams; granddaughter, Chakela Williams; sisters, Bernadine Mitchell and husband, 1.-eroy, Delores Hardy and husband, Lensy, and Cynthia Anthony; brothers, Otis, Jr., Bernard, Sr. and Wayne Anthony; nieces Ashaki, Lartrecia, Latoya and husband, Lance, Jaide, Fonteshe, Koshiani, Vannicia and Ashley; nephews, Kundre, Taquawn, Play, Hakeem (Ralph), Kathartis, Terrance, Hakeem, Horace, Darryl and wife, Anita, Keith, Dominique, Donteye, Chao, Vorian, Darrawn, Emon and Tony; the Vans, Thurstons and Henry families; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Friends and relatives are asked to assemble at the funeral home at 2:45 p. m. on Saturday, August 18, 2007. "A WILSON SERVICE" : F -, am1y Notice : l ----____j EVANGELIST ORA LEE MILLER Evangelist Ora Lee 86, died August to, 2007. Funeral services will be Saturday, August 18, 2007, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Buncbe Park, 15700 N.W. 22nd Avenue, .. Miami Gardens. Evan&elist Miller is the mother of Rev. Alez-.nder Bostlc,.Jr. Visitation will be Friday from p. m. at the church. local news education religion business health sports family entertainment A BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ..... -.,);..;;::;: \ \ ......... JANET (KIM) DURR August 19_ A birthday memorial for our beloved sister, August 19th. As a mother you were the best, a sister, you were everything. No words can express how much we miss you and love you. We know you are safe in Heaven, as we honor your birthday. Sadly missed by: your son, David Durr; sister, Bert; and the entire family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM GEORGE "WALTER, WILDS, II August 18, 1976 -May17, 2000 Your smile and warmth gave us many memories to bold on to. So we pledge to faithfully live with grateful and loving tbovghts of you. Missing you are: your parents, George and Jacqueline WJJds; brother, Garnell; sister, Tammi; nephew, Garnell, Jr.; and family. DON ALBERT WOODS November 7, 1940-August 18, 1970 tn the Florida Sentine l 8 1 3 2 48 19 2 1 we will always cherish the 'memories of you. YoarfaaiDy. -:": 1'.. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ZENOLA PUGH DAVIS August 17, 1929-March 21, 2006 God saw her getting tired, a cure was not meant to be, so He put His arms around her and whispered ... "Come with Me." From your children, grands, great grands, family, friends and the Pugh's Two Beauty Salon and Allen Temple Church. has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. 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MEMORIAMS I CARDS OF THANKS IN MEMO'RIAM GRACIE GRAHAM WEST 9/23 /32 -8/17/06 It's been one year since God called you home. The world lost a warm and loving person who made a special difference everyday; yet all those seeds of love you so gently planted leave blossoms that will never fade awav. The memories will last ... the love you shared will, too. Miss you. Your family. IN MEMORIAM REV. FRANK CARTER year has by without you. We shll miss \'OU wife, r..arncstine; children, grandchildren and great grands. IN LOVING MEMORY: HARRY "CHICO' BURKFS DUMAS, JR. -It's been 10 years since you went away, but everyday there's a beat in my heart for you. Sadly missed by: your mother, Sylvia; brother, Marlo; sisters, SuKandra and Shanell; aunts, undes, family friends. We you 1m ....... .: /., IN MEMORY 0 . .. .: '! ... '1 JOSEPH AYDELOTTE, SR. (Father) 6/23/29-8/2/00 JAMES AYDELOTTE (Son) 11/30/54-8/15/78 Precious memories arc shared by the Aydelotte, Dennard, Allen and Gosa families. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM We don't know why or when, but we do know God is too wise to make a mistake. What we do know is you're sadly missed on this special occasion. Happy birthday, Reese. R.I.P. l.o\'c, you& family, Brcndu,Joseph, Pedro nnd Veronica Walton. MAURICE WALTON, SR. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM THOMAS JAMES DEBOSE August 19, 1914 -January 3, 2007 Remembering you on your bilthday, August 19th, we continue to celebrate your life and achievements. We appreciate everything that you did for us. Although you are gone -from this life, you will .always live in our hearts We miss you dearly and we will never stop loving you. Rest in peace. Love, the Trotman DeBose family and your loving wife, Mozelle. ,.r -CARDOF THANKS-The family of the late 07.ie Wilson, Jr., would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all for many acts of kindness shown during the passing.of our loved one.-Your lo,e and God's healing touch helped to make our burden much easier to bear. May God richly bless and keep you. The Wilson Family._ '. MR.OZIE WILSON, JR. .. -WORDS OF GRATITUDE MS. LOUELLA BLUE HICKS The family of Louella Blue Hicks cannot express the gratitude to all of you. We sincerely feel that your presence, prayers, words of consolation, and the many kind acts, both seen and unseen on our behalf, have been the very things needed to sustain us. We are grateful knowing that so many of our friends shared and cared during the illness of our loved one and the bereavement of our loss. A special thanks to the staff of Palm Garden of Tamp_ a and a special tribute to Vanisse Bradford, Christina Butler, Cynthia Cheri, Paulette Grant and Mary Hertz. May God bless and keep each of you. The Family. THOMAS BENJAMIN LANGSTON, III The family of the late . Thomas Be!Yamin Langston, Ill, would like to express our most heartfelt and deepest appreciation for your acts of kindness during our time of bereavement . Your prayers, visits, food, flowers, and other expressions or-caring brought us great cdmfort. May God keep and bless each of you. Special thanks to: Rev. Abraham Brown of First Baptist Church of College Hill, Tampa, Words of' Comfort; Rev. Pat LangstonCrusoe, Associate Minister at Saint Luke A. M. E. Tampa, Rev.' Joyce Wiggs of St. Paui. A._M. E. Church, Tampa, Rev." Gary McNealy of Greater Friendship M. B. Church of Clewiston, Bro. Herbert and Sis. Isabelle Williams, St. Luke A. M. E., Bay City Elks Lodge apd Temple, Manager Stephanie and staff of Popeye's Chicken, Hillsborough A\'e. and 22nd St.,_ Whispering Oaks Rehab Staff and LifePath Hospice, Bro. Alex Carter and Jabari \Vhetsel, II, St. Luke A.M. E. and the Mana1ement and staff of .. -.... ... t-.. on.r.-:-.-SGT. RONALD HAMLIN HARRISON Homegolng services for Sgt. Ronald Hamlin Harrison of Tampa, who passed away on Wednesday, August 15, 2007, will be held Tuesday, August 21, 2007, 1 p. m. at Idlewild Baptist Church, 18371 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Pastor Ken Whitten with Rev. Bartholomew Banks, pastor "'T1 :D 0 )> c: G) c: C/) -f ..... :-J 1\) 0 0 ...... of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, ., officiating. Interment will be 6 in Garden of Memories ll Cemetery. a Sgt. Harrison was born ,_ August 25, 1951, in North CJ) Carolina to the late Henry m and Lois Harrison. Z Ronald e.Yoyed his Corvette i that he affectionately called m Honey and was a Buccaneer r;football fan. m He was preceded in death C:: by: his parents; and uncle, r Atis Bohannon. J;; He leaves to cherish his -f memory: his children, z Ronnee Harrison, Nitika "'C Jennings, Tanisha Drum-. C:: mond and Reginald al Drummond; grandchildren, 5S Shayeh Jennings,-Ariyana :::t Jackson and Amari m Drummond; aunt, Ella C Bohannon; cousin, Artisa m Bohannon; other loving < aunts, 'uncles, nieces, m nephews, cousins and close family friends. -f The remains will repose on C:: Friday, August 20, 2007, at m St. John Progressive c Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 E. Chipco Street, from 5-8 p. m. 'l'he family will ,_ receive frle'nds during this Z time. The funeral cortege will arrange from 8019 ll Fawnridge Circle. a AIKENS FUNERAL HOME local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel "'C _,. C> m N 0 0 .. 0

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,.... 0 0 N NATIQNAl: Man Accused Of Assaulting Girl He Met Online HOUSTON --A man is Cl ::> < accused of sexually assaulting a girl he met on the Internet, C KPRC Local 2 reported. cr: Police said Cori Tate, 26, u.. pretended to be a 19-year-old when he had an online chat with a 14-year-old girl in the fall of 2006. Tate persuaded the girl to skip school one day, officials said. One of the girl's relatives saw her get into a car with Tate and she was later found at his apartment in the 9400 block of the Sam Houston Parkway, investigators said. In October, a Harris County court issued a warrant for his arrest on charges of sexual assault of a child. Investigators said they have not been able to locate him. Tate is black, 5 feet 11 inches CORITATE tall, 230 pounds with brown eyes, short black hair and long sideburns. His last known place of employment was at a HEB warehouse on Clay Road. A $5,000 reward was offererl for information leading to Tate's arrest. Girl Shot By Pollee Officer On 18th Birthday "" c z < c en w :: w Gj c w ::E: en :J m :: D. z ffi .J .J :: m ..:. w z w en < c it g u. HOUSTON --A police officer shot a teenage girl at a northeast Houston apartment complex on her 18th birthday, KPRC Local 2 reported. Houston police said an officer tried to stop-Brittanee King on suspicion of a traffic violation at about 1:50 a.m. Tuesday. BRITTANEE KING King refused to pull over, officials said. The officer said he saw a male passenger in the car drop something out of the custody. His identity was not window during a short pursuit. released. Investigators the passenger King's mother said she was opened his door during the upset that she was not able to pursuit, as if be was gqing to find out anything about her attempt to bail out. He ended daughter before up staying in the car until the was released to the media. chase eQded at the Settegast "I was very upset because Heights VIllage Apartments on everywhere I went nobody North Wayside Dtive near Ley would talk to me," Mercedes Road, where he jumped out of Lee said. "I'm her parent and I the car and ran. feel like the least thing they Officers said they gave King could have done was pull me to verbal commands, but she did the side and say what this, that not comply. and that and, 'We'll get in "(She made) a lot of erratic touch with you.'" movements inside the vehicle," Lee said the shiny object the Officer Michelle Sandoval saw was probably a said. "He was unsure what she piece of jewelry. was trying to do. He kept giv"They keep saying it's a shiny ing her verbal commands. At object that they saw, which the that time, her door flew open shining object I'm quite sure as and he saw something shiny in her bracelet," tee said. "She her bands and she made a always had bracelets on both move toward the officer. At arms." that time, be fired one time No charges have been filed and shot her in the hand. against Kin1 or her passenger. King was transported to Ben Investigators said the offi(!r Taub Hospital in stable condiwho shot King bas been with tion. the Houston Police Officers caught up with her Department since ApriL His passenger and took him into name has not been released. Woman Found Dead In Ditch Identified Man -Charged After Fire Destroys Home KANDUSSHARP HOUSTON --A woman found dead in a north Harris County ditch has been identi fied, KP RC Local 2 reported Monday. LONGWOOD --A 20-yearold man in Longwood is accused of using gasoline to burn down a home under construction early Thursday, according to Seminole County sheriffs deputies. Police arrested Brandon Yingling after the 7,000-square-foot structure located on Camellia Drive near Lake Brantley was destroyed by flames. Yingling was asked about the fire after being charged with arson Thursday. "I don't know, Yingling said. Jesus asked me all kinds of questions." BRANDON YINGLING The homeowner, Ken Colben, said a neighbor told him the house was burning. "One of my friends two doors down and frantically told me that my house burned down," Colben said. Harris County sheriff's deputies said Kandus Sharp, 25, was found along McFarland Road near Dogwood Tree Street on Aug 4 Residents said she appeared to have been cut in half and burned. Pollee: Man Killed After Dispute About $6 Investigators declined to comment on the condition of the woman's body. 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CRIME NEWS Killer's Past Filled With Red Flags ... ''/ ., MICHAEL PHILLIPS At the age of 12 Michael Allen Phillips was arrested. He was known to fire handguns into the. a i r and loudly proClaim his hate of law enfo r cement officers. Phillips' troubled life ended 3:46 a.m. Wednesday when a pair of Hillsborough County Sheriffs snipers fired the fatal shots that ended his life. Phillips' end came 2 hours after he murdered 30-year law enforcement veteran, Sgt. Ron Harrison on Kings Avenue in Brandon. Michael Philli1,s poses \\ith tattoos cmering his body. after the shots were fired, der when he went to an Sgt. Harrison activate:d his upstairs window and fired lights, bumped into their shots at deputies outside, vehicle and drove past her, striking a deputy's vehiCle .. crashing into a tree. The wit. and a civilian vehicle ness called 911 and deputies SWAT Team. members responded. Shawn Dugan and Robert Sgt. Harrison was trans-Carr each fired one shot, ported to Brandon Hospital, killing Phillips. Suspected Prostitute Tests Positive For HIV On Tuesday during a prostitution sweep by the Tampa Police Department, one of the women arrested is known to be HIV positive, accordi _ng to police F o r t h e second time this year, Cherry Howard, 54, has b een charged with cri mi nal tra nsmissi o n of HIV She was arrested i n June on the same charge and that case is pending trial. According tc the report, Howard and another woman were arrested on prostitution-charges at Broadway Avenue and 69th CHERRY HOWARD Street, North. Police said Howard offered sex for $25 and alcohol. Search. On For Ar1ned Robber ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police are searching for a man they suspect of forcing a clerk inside a store to rob it on Tuesday. Police said the clerk had been standing outside Suncoast Exxon Station, 3355 9th Avenue, North, when .he was approached by a man with a handgun. "T1 JJ 0 )> c: C') c: !!l "T1 r-0 :::D g en m z z m ':"' m c: rr gJ z "U where he was pronounced While inside the home in dead. Harrison had been Brandon, Phillips made ref-llaison had :-;topped :1t a shot twic.:e with the fatal ercnc c to the Aryan N at;<>n traffic light on Lunu;dln wound coming from a bullet betore snipers ended his life, Road and Kings Avenue after under his armpit. police said. P o l i c,-. s;n.id t h c rn.u.n h<.::l z c "T1 :::D 6 C') m N w I )> \

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First Phase Of Central Park VIllage Is Demolished "It's been a long time com ing; but I know a change is gonna come ." Sam Cooke Those are the words the Tampa Housing Authority used recently when the Central Park Village Demolition Ceremony was Mary Williams, former President of the Central Park Village Residents' Council, gets a first-hand look at the demolition crane. held. The event that will forever change the face of downtown Tampa was held o n Tuesday, July 3 1st, i n fron t of t h e Armwood Court Building on Scott and Governor Streets. (Photos by Jerry Brunson) Clarence Jones, a recent graduate and former Blake High School columnist for the Sentinel, helps the driver direct the crane into the building. Irene Womack, Tina Washington and Sam Harris at the Demolition Ceremony. Manny Rivero, Jim Partnership; Bob Shim berg Center, Karen Jackson Sims, HUD, Tampa; and Dino Zappa. Those who participated in the Ceremony were: from left to right: City Councilman Thomas Scott, Leroy Moore, Senior Vice President/COO, Tampa Housing Authority (THA); Roxanne Amoroso, Senior Vice President, Bank of America; Dr. Hazel Harvey, Chairman, Tampa Housing Authority Board; Jerome Ryans, President/CEO, Tampa Housing Authority; Karen Jackson Sims, Director, HUD Office, Tampa; Victor Rocher, HUD Office, Miami; Mary Williams, former Central Park Village Resident Council President; State Representative Betty Reed; Ruth Dewberry, former Vice President, Central Park Village Residents' Council; and Manny Alvarez, THA Board member. The demoHtion crane is in background j Mrs. Martha Hepburn Cail and her husband (the late Frank Cail), and family were the first family to move into Central Park Village. He was employed there for .more than 30 years and was an overseer of the property while under construction. Staci Parker, THA resident. James Tokley and Roxanne Amoroso. State Representative Betty Reed, Dr. Hazel Har\er, Chairman, THA Board, and Chloe Coney, representing the office ofCongressl\;oman Kathy Castor.

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,.... 0 0 N BIRTHDAY GREETING ,...: .... > < c Sexy Ladies MS.JO ANGIE, G, JOE And BLAQUE MS.BLAQUE DEZ Thanx God for another year. -value all things in life. Happy birthday I wish you many more. It's My Homie's Birthday a: LL Happy belated birthday Leos. Ms. Monica on July 29th, Ms. Joanna on August 14th, and our dad, Joe on August 7th! c z < > < c en w .... > a: w > w c w l: ..J Dl a. z tu ..J S TYSON, SHIYWAN, LIL TYSON And MS. SYLVIA Dl . ...:. w z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL Dl I N w CJ < Q.. Birthday wishes are bt'i .ng sent out to Mr. Tys.on on August 19th. From his wife and kids. We love you Bae, enjoy your big day to the fullest. RYLEN Happy birthday shouts to -our little man Rylen Isaiah Williams, who will J>e turning 2 tomorrow. He will be celebrating his spe-day at Lowry Park. Love, mommy and daddy, Antania and Lil Rod. Mr. And Mrs. Gilchrist POOH And WHITEBOI Happy birthday, Bae!!! From, your husband, Marvo. KAYLAAnd EMILY It's my girl's birthday!!! BANAE (BJ) HARRIS Happy birthday to my baby girl, B. J., who turned 10 years old on August 16th. She will celebrate ...... with a skating party on Saturday, August 18th, with family and friends. Love you always, mama, Renee, grandma, Joyce, and the family. Look Who's Tumlng4? ENVORY BURTON, JR., a.k.a., LIL D. J., TASHAAnd LILBRYCE Birthday wishes going out to my #1 stunner, Lil D. J. Happy Coming from your lovely auntie, Tasha, a.k.a., Pig . MS. PRINCESS Life is too short for drama and stress! Your fans tried to simmer you down, but you went for the highest! Keep them jocking Ma! 1 Happy birthday. Love, best friend, Hidi. The Florida Sentinel's 'Spotlight On Me' Is Putting The "Spotlight On CallUs At (813)850-1484 ForMorel

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ALL ABOUT YOU! !Pen Pall ' ROBERT LYONS To the short and Iii mama that's out of Tampa and the surrounding counties in the Tampa Bay area. It's Rf>ese again looking to find a penpal or a soul mate that doesn't mind keeping it real. I also want to send a shot out to all the lovely Leos like myself. On Augu:>t 20th, I will be blessed to see another year So to all the female Leos across the state, party like a rock star and keep the brothers on lockdown alive. Robert Lyons, 39814-018, Federal Prison Camp, 110 Raby Avenue, Pensacola, FL, 32509-5127.-. ,,, Alumni News-. . Class Of 1960 The-Class of 1960 meeting wi'l.l' be-held at Betty's Corner, 3501 26th St.,' on August 18,2007 at 7 p: m. Final plans will be made for the upcoming Please bring a covered dish of your choice. The Class will celebrate their. 47th-year reunion August 31-Sept. 3, 2007. The Clarion Hotel and Conference Center will be the host site. For additional information, please contact Betty D. White at (8i3) 383-8532, 241-0706 o-r Gerard Williams at (813) 655-2689 HillSBOROUGH COUNTY SUPERVISOR OF ElfCTIONS ':-. CELESTE Happy birthday Celeste. August 14th is your day, Love, and Darrel. Wedding Announcement PAULETIE GREEN And MICHAEL REED August 25, 2007. Now and forever, partners in life, in the City of Tampa -we will 'beco'me 'husband and wife. Buddy Johnson There's Only One Word For This Picture 'Married' TOSHA And JENO FAVORS 8-20 .MR .Arid MRS. FAVORS JENO And WIFEY 8-20 I would like to wish my wife, Mrs. Favors a happy 31st birthday. Coming from your husband, Mr. Favors. Bae, I just want you to know I will always put you 1st, until death do us part. Love, your husband, Jeno. JAMARIUS GALLON He will celebrate #';! on August 20, 2007, with fami ly. Congrats to big brothers,. Lyndrick anq Roshea, who will be attending F AMU in the Fall. Patrice Brown is the mother of all young men. -Big sister, Zarelle sends a special shout out! JANICE STURKS Happy 50th birthday Janice. From your father, Willie Maxwell, Sr.; your brothers. Fred, Andre, Willie and Connell and sisters, r Cynthia, Michelle, Ruby,, Angela and. Oteller r Maxwell. At:tt: w:-n: . tiThe. Voice of. Our Community for Itself" 8i'3) 248-192 . We . Have, Answers. . . . HOW DOl REG. ISTER .TO VOTE? ... Call u5 af (813) 272-5850 or IT'S EASY! Get an application on our website or Visit your library! ., ]J 0 l> -< l> c: C) c: (/) -f ..... """ 1\) 0 0 -...1 ., r-0 ]J c l> (/) m z :1 z m r;al c: r r-gJ z c: aJ ,.. c;; ::t m c m < m ]J '-( c: m (/) c l> -< l> z c ., :a l> C) m w I .QJ

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,.... 0 0 C\1 CHURCH ANNIVERSARY ,..: ,.... .... en New Mt. Silla M. B. Church Celebrates Pastor's First Anniversary => New Mount Silla (.!) => Missionary Baptist Church < > < c ct LL c u.. c z < c en w :::> .... > celebrated the first anniver-sary of their pastor, Reverend Felix Walters. The guest church for the afternoon service was Heritage Christian Community Church, Reverend Delores Cain, pastor. (Photos by Julia Jackson) CHERYL CARSWELL ffi Reverend and Mrs. Felix Walters; right, with guest > minister, Rev. Delores Cain, left. w c w J: en m :::> a. z -I -I ::: m ..:.. w z w 0 < c 0 -I LL m Church For Rent Available For Sunday Services Weeknight Bible Study Weddings Revivals Banquets M eetings and More can Mr. Jones @ (813 NORTHSIDE M.B. CHURCH 5706 N. 40TH STREET TAMPA, FL 33610 REV JACOB JORDAN, PASTOR REV. RICARDO ROBINSON, ASSISTANT 55TH ANNIVERSARY REV. D OSBORNE God 's Sid e P r og r essive M B C h urch, Tampa, FL TH E ME: Sta n ding on T h e Solid Roc k f o r 55 Y ears .Matthew 16: 18 And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my chvrch; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. ALL WHO LOVE THE LORD ARE W EL COME TO CELEBRAT E W THIS MOMENTOUS OCCASION WITH US CHAIRPERSONS : B ro. Alvin & Sis Yvonne Haggin s Sis. Tina Smith & Si s L.illie T or TYNISHA CARSWELL The New Mt. Silla Choir. Members of Heritage Christian Community Church with their pastor, center. ...... 1 GOSPEL CHRISTill BOOKSTORE 3010 N. 22nd Street* (813) 516-1201 * IDOPIIIIG. LISA SPEIGHTS ... Gue s t . Special Appearances By: . 0 Dana Mackey Carlton Burgess Visions of Harmony And Other Local Artists 0 .... . . ; Specialize In Old School Gospel Songs Featuring The ... .. , _,.._ _._ I Dorothy 1 Shirley I Slim & The I Canton Williams Norwood Ceasar Supreme Angels Singers Brothers And Many Other Artists_ .. :=::: Also Cont e mpor a ry G osp e l S e rmon s By : T D. Jakes, C. L. Franklin, Jasper Williams & Oth ers O n DVD V H S & CD .,

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urch School BY REV. RICKY WIGGS I Retu. m Home To God I Have you ever had something to occur in your life that caused you to leave home? Perhaps you had to gQ away on a business trip, took a vacation, or an extended get away. Maybe the reason you left home was because you didn't like the way you were treated or felt like you needed to get away. Regardless of the reason you left, one thing was made evident after a few days, you wanted to be back home. No matter how home is, you begin to miss it. You don't miss the events and the actions of what is taking place but you do miss the notion of being at your place. There is a place in God that many people once lived. For whatever the reason they left ---------18TH PASTOR'S APPRECIAnGN SERVICE FOR: PASTOR WII.UE L FOWLER & AUQUST 201M 7:30 p Jl RAINIOW C.O.GJ.C. PASTOR JOKPII 8IIUN AUIIUST 21ST I 7:30P Jl TIJRNING POINT C.O.GJ.C. PASTOR HOWARD IIREEN AUGUST 22ND :30 P.M. ,__FI_R_ST_LA_DY_MY_RT_IS_F_O_WLE_R-, PfOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES DR. lHOMAS HADDEN AUGUST 20.26, 2007 lH! NEW PAlM RIVER 1304 51TH I1RUT TAMPA, PL Ul1l m.eS4-1t40 (IIOIIEI 81J.7114-12&7(PASTOft'S CELL) AUIIUST 23RD i 7:30P.M. FARHINSnTUnONALIAPTUrrCHURCH PAllOR ANTONIO HAWKINS AUGUST 241111 7:30P.M. TRIUMI'IIlH! KINGDOM l C.O.G.I.C. DR. DAVID CRIIWUL AUGUST 251M ii:OO P.M. AI'PRECIAnON IANQUO lHE CROWNE PLAZA HOm SAUL PARK PASTOR CHARLO DAVIS SPEAKER. COLLECE HILL C.O.C.I.C. AUGUST 28lH l1AM SUNDAY SERVICE lH! NEW RIVER C.O.Q.I.C. EUlER DONALD JORDEN SPEAKER AUGUST 21lH 4PM AFTERNOON SERVICE QREATER lnHANY M.l. CHURCH PASTOR CLYDE THOMPSON ST. JOHN.CATHEDRAl 3401 E.25thAvenue Tampa,FL (Corner34thSt.&2SthAve.) Phone:813-248-37370r248-3651 Fax:242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP BISHOP:EDDIE NEWKIRK, Sr. Pastor Email us at sQministries@Gol.com Mission Statement AChurch_Qfthe inner city reaching out m the com1111nity by ministering k> the whole man. OutreaCh Minisby. NOAH COMMUNITY OUlREACH, INC. I HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWICIRIC and PASTDR.AUDREYNEWICIRIC RELIGIOUS ., :0 that place. Many have been carried away by other temptations or they are being carried away against their will. Some have even just walked off and left all that God had for them. For those who are not in the place of God that they know they should be in or have strayed away, Zechariah 1:1-4; 7:8-14 has a message for them. God wants them to return home. God wants them to turn around and come back to Him. In 1:2, Zechariah records that the Lord was angry with the forefathers. There are many reasons God could be angry. The Lord gets angry when people turn their back on Him and stop following His commandments. He was angry because they would not hear His words or heed His warnings (vs. 4). One would think tha t people would want to be with the Lord after He has saved them, picked them up, and turned them around. Go d has fought for His people a n d provided people an opportunity to return to Him. God leaves the light on so you can find your way and He leaves the door open so you can get in. Although God extends the invitation, the individual must respond to it. The person must make up in his/her heart and mind that he/she wants to return to God. No one can make a person come home. v\'hen that person gets tired of sleeping and living beneath his privileges, he will come home. God will be standing there waiting. The third verse says that if the people return to God, then He will return to them (vs. 3). When you make up your mind that you will come home and follow God's instructions, He will make ready and available to you all the benefits of b eing at home. If you return to God, He will return to you. Y ou obey Him; He will bless you. When you hear the invita t ion from God to return home, you do not want to act with 0 irreverence and disrespect. Zechariah recorded that l> they shrugged their shoulders and stopped hearing (7: 1). c:: This is a bold move. Can vou Cl> imagine what your mother :1 would have done if vou behaved this way to her? -The result of not heeding God's word was almost worse than physically dying. God said because of their actions they would call out to him He would not listen (7:13). This is hard punishment because there is nothing more hurting than calling for help, seeing help or knowing help is close, but help will not hear you. God wants you to return home to Him. Don't be like others who heard and did not hear. You must make up your mind and make a commitment to return to the place of God. He is waitin' g for the sinner to come home. The light is on and the door is open! for t hem. Yet, they s tm t-::-:h=---..._ walked off and left Him. Maintenance/Custodial Workers Needed "T1 r 0 :0 It is important to know that Outreach Center God did not just get angry at 7601 North 56th Street the first refusal to ret).lrn or Tampa, Florida 33617 Please stop by the office to complete an 813-984-901 6 do right. God always gives an Website: www. oc org opportunity to return. -The good news for everyone is that God extends to His DEAF MINISTRY AVAILABLE LIFE CHANGING BAPTIST CHURCH Worshipping At THE WESTSIDE S.D.A. CHURCH 1803 E. Shadowhnvn, Tampa, FL. 33610 (813) 238-6706 IYL PraYW & Bible Stucw 6:30 p.m Soulllr11111ing EVWY Saturday -11:30 a.m. "Changing I.Ms Through The Word Of God" Hattt.w Heritage Christian Baptist Church Hillsborough High School 5000 N. Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33603 Sunday Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. EST Bible Study Tuesdays 7:00 P.M. New Mt. Silla M. B. Church 5702 E. 32nd Ave . Tampa, FL 33619 Pastor Jacqueline B. Zeigler Service Times Sunday School O:OOAM Sunday Worship-11 :OOAM Bible Study Wednesday 7:30PM. Thirty-Fourth Street Church of God 3000 N 34th Street Tampa, FL 33605 813 I or call Alton Kemp, Facilities Manager for more details 813-299-0705 MT. TABOR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH "The Church Where D ivine Love Makes the Difference" 2606 Grace Street Tampa, Florida 33607 .....-......,....,..........,...--....., Annual Nightly Worship Week of Revival August 13th-17th 2007 7 P.M. Nightly PASfORT.D.LEONARD The Divine Preacher & Evangelist for the Week: DR. KENNETH M. DAVIS Pastor of Tabernacle M B. Church, D'Iberville, MS & 4th Vice President of National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. Come E x pecting your B l essing ot: Renewal, Revival, & Restoration a )> CJ) m z ::::1 z m r I OJ c r r !!l z "'Dl c:: IIJ c CJ) ::I: m c m < m :0 -< -f c:: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :0 c C) m U1 I IIJ

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(/) ::::> (.!) ::::> 1-> a: w > w c w l: (f) ::i m ::::> ll. z tu ..J ..J ::::> m I ..J w z j::: z w (f) < c a: 0 ..J u. m I CD w (,!) ALLEN TEMPLE AME CHURCH 2101 Lowe SL it ::J.Jf AEV. 11/IU.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 6414 N. 30th St. Elder Charles Dvls, Pastor Sundy School 9:30 A.M. Homing Wonhlp 11 A; H. Y.P.W.W. Worship 6 P.M. Evening Worship 7 P.M. Tues. & Frl Service 7 P.M. First Missiwrv Baptist Cllurc Of Highland Pines 4711 21st Ave. 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. 248-4127 Rev. H.l. Daniels, Paslor Weekly Activities SllldaJ Ch .. ch Schtll 1:11 AJl. lomlllll Worship 11:45 AJl. llble Class 4:JIP.M. EVIRinD Worship 5 P.M. Wednesday Pra11r 111111111 1 P.ll. llble SbldV 7 :30 P.l Mt. Zion A.M. E. C urc 5920 Robert Toole Road Riverview, FL 33569 (Curnrr uf "II .\nd .\1r.) "The Church Whose Doors Are Always Open" Invite fuu To Attend Our Services: REV. RONALD FORTUNE 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:\' Holy Name" BROWN MEMOR/fll CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313.E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEiftf' WORSHIP SCHEDVtE SUnday SciiOOI ..... 9:30A.M. Sundav Morning Worsllip .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worsllip 7:30P.M. Morning Praver (Tuesday Friday) .... 9 A.M. Weclnesc:lav Nigllt Worsllip ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW IIIILLIAHS PASTOR www.brownmemorialcogic.otg Church Whem The Love Or God Flows And The Hoi! Ghost I s In Full Control." JOHN DOUGLAS, Evangelist Sun. Mom. Bible Study 9:30A.M. Sun. Mom. Worship :30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship 6:30 P.M. Mid Week Bible Study Wed 7'.30 P.M. Eve one Welcome GRACE MARY M. B. CHURCH Pustorr re:u;.lu:r Churd1 SduNII Sundll) 9:30 u. rn. Morning \Vorshir Sunduy I 0 :55 IlL \\'rdnrsd11y 7 I' rn. (Pru, er Biblr Stud) ) Tml"lml GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Sl REV. H. MURRAY. Pastor Sundi!Y School 9:45 a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesdev 7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! 3901 N. 37th st. (813) 248-3779 .------N---o-:::---oR=-=T=H-=-s=-=1=D--=E=--_, '"liIVmll l "/uifl ..t11d f,', :1/uk.-Om:,, Aiuum ELDER THO HAS J. REED, Pastor Earty 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/Teact.r Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:li:I!JiiiiM, SUndav -9:45 A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Children TueJday A.M. Adult Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P.M. Adult Frido Noon USF CamPus A Satellite Campus for faith Bible Institute "Growing TIM Church For Global Change (Ads 1:8, Rom. 1:8, 1 Thes. 1:31 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE MILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (81 3 ) 248-6600 ==""""-"'"" Early Worship 8 a.m Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Homing Worship 10:45 a.m. For Transportation C.JJ SISTER BARBARA MCGIU at 621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service 6:30 p.m Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Brotherhood 1st Saturday Mllfrons 10 a.m. 1st and Jrd S4turdays V"tsit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org info@fbcdl.org REV. JORDAN, Pastor WORSHIP SERVICE HOURS Eerb Homllltl Worship 8 a.m. Sundev Sdtool 9:30 e.m. Homl1111 Worship 11 e.m. WedneJdev Everling Prevv Meeting & Bible Clew 7 p m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 w. St. a78JS1 Pastor SundY School 9:30 A.M. Homing Wonhlp 11 A .M. PrYer Service & Bible Study Wednesdy 7:30 P M PEOPLE POR CHRIST MINISTRIES DR. THOMAS L. HADDEN, III l'astur One Cln11rlt Two Main Lncatinn 10511 Main Strcl t Sunday Schnnl 9:30 a. m. Mnming Wnrshlp II a. m. Bihlc Study (Wednesday) 7 p. m. Gym 3715 7th East Mnming Manna 9 11. m Fur Transpnrtatinn, Call (111-3) 91!li-'J5U_. 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 :15 A.M. Morning Servlce ............................... 11:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Band ............................. 7 P.M. Friday YPWW ....................................... 7 P.M. Friday Pastorial Teachlng ................... S-9 P.M. Ducon David C. Jorden, Deacon Board Chairmlln Church (813) 621-6764 Home 18131654-1950 Fu 18131 PASTOR ALEC F HALL sunday Morning Church School@ 9 :30am sunday Morning Worship@ 11:00am Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @ 7 : 00 pm Wednesda y Night Youth for Christ @ 7 :00 pm

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. CHURCH DIRECTORY Abunda.ntl,ife (hur. 248-6753 REV. RONALD D MIZER, Pastor Office Hours M-F 10am 2pm SllftdiiJS 7:45 a.m. Early Homing Worship 9 a .m. Breakfast Served 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Homing Worship WedlleSdiiJS 12 p.m. Noon Day Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Prayer And Bible Study Share Box Program Available HOLY OUTREACH FOR CHIRST HOUSE OF PRAYER ASSEMBLY, INC. 2818 E. Osborne Avenue, Tampa, (813) 238 DR. A. F. NELSON-VICKERS, Pastor & Founder "ONE SERVICE CAN CHANGE YOUR. LIFE" Order Of Service: Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Homing Worship 11 a m Tuesday Night 7 : 30 p.m. Bible Study 2nd Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Substance Abuse Ministry Jrd Wednesday Night 7:30 pm. Singles Ministry 4th Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Marriage Ministry Thursday Nigbt 7:30 p.m. Worship Services Friday Night 7:30 P.M. Youth Service Saturday Morning 11a.m. Sabbath Service MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Kirklanc;t, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com --?Jet. 'Pit4Ue 7eewe EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11 A. H . --1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org St. Mary M. 6. Church 3910 W. Laurel Stm:t 813-872-6254 PASTOR W\LLACE Z. BOWERS Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Wednesday Night: Prayer Meeting-7:00 P.M. Bible Study 8:00 P.M. Thursday Noon Day Prayer Noon to 1:00 P.M. Nonhside Church of Christ 6906 N 5 0th St. Tampa, FL Meet Our Ministers & Evangelist Eric W Doss Come Share Jesus With Us! Worship & Study Sunday: 8 AM. Early Worship; 9:45AM. Bible School 1 0:45a 2nd Morning Worship 5p-Evening Worship Wednesday : 7p Bible Study (all ages) Tel : 813-985-5578 2511 E. COLUMBUS DR. (813) 248 OR (813) 247 Laura Street S.(v 'NJ IACKSON HEIGHTS Church of Christ CHURCH OP CHRIST 1310 h:r.l Laura Street MINISTER JAMES T. SUTTLE. SR. Plnl CltJ. FL 33566 18131 752-2858 ORDER OF SERVICES \llllllem Kenison, Minister ltHtftr s...- School For All Aae1 8:30 .m. Homing Bible Study ................ 9:45 A.M. Homirs \1/oDhiP Service 9:45a.m. Homing Worship Worshlp .......... 11 A.M. Evening Worship s.rvke 5:00p.m. Evening Bible Study ....................... S P.M. w.-rnllllu Evening Worship ............................. 6 P.M. Bible Oauas For All A;as 7:00p.m. WediiM:ICiaw 3817 E. Undll Ava Tempe. FL 33610 Homing Bible Study ..................... 10 A.M. (813) 554 Evening Bible Study ........................ 7 P.M. ihchurcholthrisl@aol.com 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 lei! (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 N. Willow Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607 Sunday School ...................... 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship ............. .l0:45 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 7:55A.M. I Can Do All Things Through Christ Which Strengtheneth Me. Philippians .J: 13 Sunday Morning Worship 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M. Wed., Family Night 7 P.M. Dea. John C. Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons 29th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St. (813) 242-4572 Bible School9:15 A.M. Homing Worship -10:30 A.M. Evening Bible Class 5 P.M. Evening Worship 6 P.M. Community Bible Class Wednesday, 10-nA.M. MIN. HAROLD RODRIGUEZ Locel Minister 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. ::0 0 )> )> c: G') c: (/) -4 ....... N 0 0 ....... "T1 r-0 ::0 0 )> (/) m z -4 z m r;tD c: r rm :::1 z ., c: tD c (/) :::r: m 0 m < m :II -< -1 c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 "T1 ::0 0 > < ..

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. LOCAL News From Progress Village BY IRADEAN LONDON BIGGS August Celebrants Happy birthday to the August celebrants: Amanda Albertson, Sarah Bagley,' Joshua Howard, James Hall and Terrell Sallye. Belated Birthday Happy belated birthday wish goes out to Linda Parker Lee, who celebrated with her family and friends with a beautiful cake given to her by her baby brother, Tony Parker and Tondra. Kalani Turns 't' Happy birthday to Kalani Leonard, on her first birthday. Kalani celebrated her special day at Meadow Point Clubhouse with her parents, Mr. and Ms. Le'Darion (Tritisa) Leonard, along with her sisters, Raven > and Destiny, grandmothers, < Mrs. Diane Brown-Ellison and Mrs. Debra Leonard; u. great grandmother, Ms. Ruth 0 Brown-Hires, and also a numher of cousins, aunts, uncles and > family members. < Kalani's great, great grandmother is Mrs. Henrietta Peterson. w > w 0 w (/) :::i m : a. z _, _, : m ...J w z i= z w (/) c( 0 a: 0 _, u. Military Journey Mr. and Mrs. Le'Darion (Tritisa) Leonard and family will be leaving on August 2oth for four years of military duty in Honolulu, Hawaii. May God take you there, keep you while you're ,.,... ............ 7 p.m. . there and return you safely Happy Anniversary A very specia l happy anni\ er sary wish goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Cheryl) Washington who cel ebrated 26 years of wedded bliss on August 15th. Sick List Please keep the following folks in your prayers: Mozelle Debose, Renea Kellum, Alethia King, Sarah Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. James Barr, Bro. James Murphy, Lillie Mae Harris, Willie Ed Chaney, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kitchen, Dorothy York, Dan Wright Lula Bell Tucker, Bro. Jimmie and Sis. Annie Laura Wilson, Dea. and Sis. Willie Moore, Sis. Ora Roberts (Brandon Hospital),, Georgia Lindsey and Teresa McClendon. In Sympathy Our deepest sympathy goes out to the following families: Threatt, Langston, Smith, Small, Timmons and Judges in the loss of their loved one. Sympathy is also extended to Mrs. Janice London in the loss of her father, who was funer alized on Saturday in Clearwater. Our sympathy is extended to Steve. and Debra Probe-Davis and family in the loss of his father, Mr. James Davis. We .; REVEREND W. D. SIMS, Pastor Chldren & Youth Bible Stuctr Wednescllr 7 8:30 p.m. Sllurdlr :t" ..,. --& ... sutr 10 ...... Yaulh Btillnstllula ... 12 4 ML r .. NIIIht ftld.r.,.,.. ... 2nd Slnllr 7ML m I CD w CJ SUbofiMBible WedraiS- 7-.30 :30 IJ,IIL Ptlbe & Wonlllp .... ........., 1:30.9 p.lll. 3708 E. L a k e Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 (813 ) 628-0752 W e bsit e: www stmatth e wchurch.com E m ail: rsims @ t ampaba y.rr com are happy to say that Mr. and Mrs. Davis returned home to Lancaster, Texas, safely. Brothers 2 Keep Prison Ministry To get free Bibles and cards sent to inmates, write P 0. Box 4618, Tampa, 33677-4618 or call ( 813) 516-6 780 In Need OfYour Help Ms. Yvette Cade is a sister who needs our help to restore her face and complexion due to being doused with gasoline and set on fire by her husband. If you would like to donate towards her healing and restora tion process send your donations and encouragement to Ms. Yvette Cade, P. 0. Box 6396, Silver Spring, MD, 20916. Congratulations Congratulations are in order for Andria Nicole Parker and Jamaal Raheim Hill who were united in marriage on July 28th at Davis Island Garden Club. Andria is the daughter of Jennifer Wilson and Dyrell Parker. Parents of tlie groom are Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Mason. Andria and Jamal had a b-eautiful waterfront ceremony. We wish the happy couple the very best. It's A Family Reunion! The siblings of the late Mr. and Perfected Love AGAPE MINISTRIES Church Of God In Christ 5112 N. 34th St Tampa, Fl33610 (813) 23AGAPE (232-4273) Pastor &: Founder Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Prayer Tuesday 6:30P. M Bible_ Study Tuesday 7:00P.M. New Begi_ nnings .M. B. Church 3101 E. LakeAve . Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 503-9843 REV. DAVID P. CARSON PASTOR FIRST LADY MARY CARSON Sunday School 9:30 A. M. A. Morning Tuesday 7 P. M Mrs. Clayton (Carrie-Mae) Anderson, Sr., which includes: Clayton, Jr., Thelma, Tavares (deceased), Synorva (deceased), Marjorie, Carl, Preston, Avalynda, Kevin, Dwight and Reginald were host to family members from Arizona, Chicago, Florida, Mississippi, Park Forrest, IL, Tennessee and Washington, DC. This great gala brought families together in a spiritual and fun way Out of towners came in by cars, airplanes imd bus loads. On Friday, it all began with a "Meet and Greet" at the Wingate Hotel, followed by a tour of Tampa. Saturday, all the family mem bers gathered at Rowlett Park for an Old Fashioned Picnic followed by a night of sightseeing throughout the Tampa Bay area, which included Ybor City, Adventure Island, Busch Gardens, Bowling, Disney World, Sea World, etc. On Sunday, worship was enjoyed at the family church, First Church of Progress Village, with Pastor Samuel Maxwell and the church family. Sunday afternoon a great Buffet Style Banquet was enjoyed at the Dr. B. J. Alfano Conference and Banquet Center. Also attending the.reunion were members of the Anderson's extended family, including the Brown family, Mrs. Ruth Anderson-Hires, Sandra and Kaitlin Jackson, and Brenda Welch and Brittney. Pam Iorio, Mayor of Tampa, sent thanks and congratulations and also welcom ed all for choos ing Tampa Bay as their host city. Farewells came on Sunday evening as out of towners began to depart. We were so blessed to have traveling here and return ing home safely. Yolanda Anderson Best was the reunion chairperson. Visitors From The Other Coast Former Villagers here visiting from California are: Mrs. Lucille Oats, Ms. Katherine Walker and little Miss Ebony Nicole Jackson, along with yours truly were guests of Mrs. Katie Robertson for an enjoy able luncheon at Red Lobster Church News The 29th Street Church Of Christ and congregation share good blessings for Mrs. Michelle Stone, who has been appointed as an Assistant Principal by the Hillsborough County School Board Sister Wanda Grooms and Sister Derica Mosley, we welcome you both to the Body of Christ. Thought For Today "Don't dwell on the past, think of your future." ment, I will add length unto thy days." Info To Use The Florida Hunger Hotline number is (1-800) 329-3663. F. Y.I. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the .... line daily for us. Remember the helpers in the kitchen: Thelma, (813) 3614 ; Deli, (813) or H 0. P., (813) 238-5221. Call your news into Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 6776071. Be blessed! . HOPE OF SHIWH COMMUNITY CHURCH 3910 Eut Conover *Tampa. Florida 33610 (813) 236-8353 Cbun:b Line (813) 236-8723 Fu Line DEACON ORDIN4TION SERVICE for BROTHER JAMES A. POINDEXTER Udo..-Robcn1 E. Bonn. Pas:tor .-suNDAY AUGUST 19, 2007 ' 4:00P.M. ALL ARE WELCOME. Temporarily Wonhipping At Grand Suites Hotel 11310 N. 30th Street : Palm BaUrqoms 1 & 2 Service Times .. Sunday School 9 A.M. Morning Worship-; 10:30

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LOCAL New Hope Revival After a spirit-filled week of prayer, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church held a spirit-filled week of revival services. The Reverend Edward McCree was the guest evangelist. His messages drew worshippers night after night. (Photos by Julia Jackson) .' rLJ ::;:_., -. Host pastor, Reverend Dr. T. W. Jenkins, is shown With the revival evangelist, Reverend Edward McCr.ee. The guest evangelist, Rev. Edward McCree is with a guest worshipper, Mrs. Essie Griffith. Reverend and Mrs. Sanunie (Josephine) McQueen in conversation with the guest evangelist. Pat Miles attended the revival services. MS. NINA LASTER Reverend Dexter McCree and Ms. Ovette Williams. Annie Mae Blake and Linda Mungin attended the revival. Trintity C. M.E. Church 2401 N. Howard Ave. (813) 253-2967 PASTOR JOE L. And SIS. JOYCE E. JOHNSON "The Church That Cares" Sunday School -9:30 A.M. Morning Worship -11 A.M. Bible Study Tuesday 7 P.M. Prayer Mllstry Friday -7 P.M. One Hour Prayer Ministry 12 Noon-1 P.M. Wednesday, Thursday & Friday FIRST MOUNT CARMEL A.M. E CHURCH .t.t06 N. 26th Street (813) 236 REY. KIRK R. BOGEN, Pastor Church School Sunday 9:30a.m. Worship Service Sunday II a. m. Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 p. m. NT CARMEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 314 Hunter Rd., Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 770-2424 or (813) 325-7078 0. IT'S ALL ABOUT 'ESUS! Sunday School o 10 a.m. Morning Worship o 11 a.m. Bible Studv o 7:30 p.m. Wednesclav REV. DONALD Pastor Directions To The Church: Take 1-4 to Plant Oty, Exit 21. Keep straight to Highway 39, go about 4 miles to Hunter Road, turn Right on Hunter Road. th Church is 1/4 mile on the left. For Transportation, Call: (813) 983-1912 "Our Mi.r.rion /.rEm 'Jowennenr Tluvu /1 Tl1e Wonl 0. cad" "Equipping The Saints For The Work Of The Ministry" Ephulans 4:12 Wftt Ta111pa Location 2001 N. AlbanY AVIInull, Tempe, FL. 33607 8 a.m. EariJ Worship o 10 Lm. Sunday School 7 p.m. W.cinesday Intercessory Prayer o 7:30 p.m. -Worship Service SOUtll ,.. ...... Location 5833 S. Dale Mabry HWY., Tampa, FL, 33611 11:15 a.m. Horning Worship 7 p.m. Tuesday Bible Study SUPI'. Q.ElHEN U. SUTTON FllsiOr T-'-"A CHURCH WHERE YOU CAN FEEL THE HOLY SPIRIT" SUNDAY SPIRITUAL FOUNDATION CLASS 9:30AM INTERCESSORY PRAYER 9:25AM-10:25 AM MORN-ING WORSHIP 10:30 AM CHILDREN'S CHURCH AVAILABLE WEDNESDAY EXCITING BIBLE STUDY 7:30 PM JESUS UNIVERSITY (YOUTH 8: T.EENS) 7:30 PM FRIDAY ::D 0 l> < l> c G) c CJ) -4 r-0 ::D 0 l> CJ) m z =! z m r I OJ c r rm -4 z ., c m r-c;; ::::t m 0 m < m ::D < -4 c m CJ) c l> < l> z c ., :IJ i5 ., l> C) m cp m

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0 N ,.... LOCAL ..... t; :::: CJ Masonic Lodge Distributes Back To School Supplies :::: Members of Masonic Lodge #13 gathered t.t the Wilbert ct Davis Boys and Girls Club to distribute back to school supplies on Saturday, August 4 2007 The members gave out C back packs filled with necessary school supplies. (Photos by ct Jerry Brunson) LL. c a: LL. c z ct > < c UJ w :::: .... > a: w > w c w ::z::. UJ ::::i m :::: Q. z t= w ..J ..J :::: m ...:. w z i= z w UJ < Q a: 0 ..J LL. m 0 w CJ < Q. l A .. .. Lil Darrious Bryant and Cory Bryant enjoy some of the refreshments. Helping to distribute refreshments were Sharon CrearBryant and Barbara Norton, in front; and Lester A. McCoy, II and Areon Atkinson in the rear. . FAMll..Y REUNION T -SHIRTS BUSINESS T-SIDRTS PHOTO T -SHIRTS .MEMORIAL T-SHIRTS CUSTOM TOTE BAGS _3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Made 69 and Up ........ $5.99 gal. 011 Outs1de Wh1te Pa1nt ... . $11.99 gal. Roller Pan Set ............ ........... $2.49 ea. 3 .. Brushes ................................. 99 ,. SALE PRICES COOD : LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLYII . .. Tiayonna Pringle is wait-Leon Gallon, Darrious Bryant and Chris Frierson were ing to get school supplies. among the members distributing school supplies Also assisting with supplies are Alexandria Bryant and COrtrie Davis. . Jere.miah,-Jabari, Nyan, Willie and Elisha immediately put on the back packs that were dis-tributed. The Southwest Florida Water Management District is offering Community Education Grants upto $5,000 each to individua ls, _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 Flood protection Applications are due August 24, 2007. ... Projects must . between March 1 and June 30, 2008.

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LOCAL Miami Artist Hired To Do Wall At 22nd Street Police Sub-Station BY BILLY WHEELER Sentinel Feature Writer If you have passed the site of the new Tampa Police SubStation on 22nd Street, you may have seen a tall, slender gentleman meticulously placing tiles one-by-one onto seven wall segments. Artist, Charles E. Humes, Jr. arrived in from Miami on July 16t The Florida State University graduate with a major in Fine Arts and minor in Art History, has studied all types of art. Even so, Humes says, he "long ago stopped minoring in Art/History and began majoring in life." An educator and family man, Humes says, he "knew exactly what I wanted to do since I was a child of 6 or 7; the Lord has blessed me as I've grown and grown." Artist, Charles E. Humes Jr., arrived Tampa from Miami on July 16th. The Florida State University Fine Arts graduate has studied all types of a11. Even so, Humes says he long ago stopped minoring in Art/History and began majoring in life. An educator and family man, Humes knew exactly what he wanted to do since he was about 6 or 7 Recent government legisla tion requires 1% of the con struction budget for new pub-S TARKE CHARLES HUMES, JR. ... Artist lie buildings be set aside and spent on Fine Art visuals and aesthetics. Humes was selected by the City Public Arts Division and began his work with research and visits to Tampa's library, police, news paper offices, and in conversations with citizens. According to the artist, Tampa's good people, knew the importance of tearing down the old to make room for rebi11h and revitalization. Twenty-year TPD veteran, Lieutenant Diane HobleyBurney said of Humes' work, "It's watching history in the making. I appreciate the heartfelt passion he shows in Leak Repairs Nn .lnh lim Small Or'li111 Large Experience 5 Y e ars E s tabl is hed In Sc m innk H e i g hts Com munity No" Taking .\pplicatiuns Fnr Drhn's Liccnsl' Rr1 uinrl. DARRYL STARKES Roofing Contractor License# RC0067177 1110 2 E .. Muhilc Awnuc (/113) 477-01011 .... L 33610 ax: (1113) 236-7325 NEED A CAR? CALL DUANE THE MAIN MAN OF CAR SALES NEW CARS & USED (:ARS I M SLASHING $1000 TO $3000 OFF THE PRICE OF ANY CAR : THIS WEEKEND ONLY CALL OR COME IN AND ASK FOR DUANE HAMILTO "The Main Man Of Car 924 1 N. 56th St., Tampa, FL "' M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30 P M. SatUrday 9 A. M. 1 P .-M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Low Rmes Friendly Atmosphere You're A-OK 'Yith Ls DUI Friendly,. HardshipLiceme, Suspended License, State.Flling SR-22 Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates.Jn Town \l 10 l'"l R \:'\CI: .S. l0\1\ILRCI \L .\liO Mosaic Art Depicts Family Life, as reflected here. his art and the contribution it makes to this community." Humes describes himself as a colorist. His mosaic is a multi-faceted, multi-dimensional work, originally designed and produced from over 100 drawings. Close to one-million imported Italian and Spanish tiles called Smalti were cut and broken for the project. Speaking of the nat ural, marble-like ceramic he states, "It's not just tile, there's a different play of light. You will see color and light in bro ken facets. Auto headlights at night and sunlight in the day will give different effects. He expects the artwork will last as long as the walls stand. Community and family depicted in 7 Stages of Life, is the underlying of the imagery. Seven separate scenes show Community, Education & Scholarship, Fitness, Law & Order (denot ing the location of the work and showing TPD officers in uniforms from past decades), Sports, Family and Faith. Illustrations at the bottom portion of each segment display facets of our city com bined with African symbolism for honor and courage. Humes started with Faith in putting the work together since. It is the foundation required to make a whole per. son. Our future depends on us strengthening the family In order to fight crime, drugs, terrorism, whatever, we must think of the community as a family; then, we will prosper. (Photos by Jerry Brunson.) Next To Family Dollar Store Between 50th & 40th St. 4912 E Hillsborough Ave., East Tampa L o cation The Real Wholesale Center Come See If You Qualify For A Lower Down Payment! 4 DR, Auto, AIC, Super Clean ......,_:;.4 : ;..,TTT "T1 :IJ 0 )> .< )> c:: C) c:: en -f .... _:-.1 I\) 0 0 ...... ., r-0 a en m z ::f z m r;al c:: r r-g; z "D c: Ill r-Cii % m c m < m ::D < -f c: m en c )> z c ., a c :J>' <

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,.... 0 0 N ,..: ..... len ::J (!) ::J < > < 8 a: u.. > < c a: u.. c z < > < c en w ::J ..... > a: w > w c w :I: en :::i Ill ::J Q. 1-w ..J ..J ::J Ill ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 Li Ill I N 'I'"' w C) < Q. Plies Makes Visit To Area Record Shop In town last week for his album release party, hip-hop artist Plies made a stop at the FYE Record Shop at Westshore Mall and signed a few autographs. (Photos By Jerry Brunson) Recording artist Plies makes appearance at FYE Record Shop Mia Michelle posed for this photo at the FYE Westshore Mall. LOCAL Shareese Lewis holds a Plies tee shirt. DJ Chase and Doduhz. At the record shop to see Plies were Angel, Precious, Aiyana, Paulethia, and Hood Heffner. Making sure they saw Plies were Yaya (left), and

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HEALTH FAIR -Back-To-School Fun Fest And Health Fair Lola Simon Chapter #162, OES, PHA, Harram Court #96, Daughters of Isis, Mt. Pleasant Lodge #13 and Landmark Lodge No 93 held their 3rd annual Back to School Fun Fest and Community Health Fair on July 28th The excit ing and educational event was he ld at Landmark Lodge in West Tampa. The students received book bags filled with goodies to go back to school. There were free health screenings, educational materials and a host of other service-oriented activities. Plashetta Jones and Bertha Baker, were chairperson and c ochairperson, respectively, of this event. (Photos by Jerry Brunson) Lodge members: Althea Harris, Illustrious Commandress; Shriner clowns: Robert Johnson, Maurice Cheatham, Keith Larry Daniels, Rudy Jones, Jarvis Bunts, Vickie Pittman, Dolan Smith, Johnny Banks, Byron Johnson, Theron Marshall, and Yates, Tyree Tucker, Jaden and Jacquelyn Reese. Jacquez Bolden. Crishand Mattear, Jazzmine Troupe and D'Narijo Alton, Daren and Willie at the back-to-school event. Troupe took advantage ofthe fun activities. ALICIA GAINES AND THERESA MITCHELL Testing positifle for Hepatitis doesn't mean your ft1tt1re has to be The LifeLink HealthCare Institute's Hepatitis Treatment Program has your future in mind. We provide individualized care today, so you start feeling b etter and can look forward to fomorro\v. We offer a comprehensive team of liver . specialists who can advise, treat and support you through your illness. Don;t put your goodhealth off :until tomorrow. CQntact us today at (800) 262-5 77 5 . lifel.ink HBJlthcare Institute -AdvaJICed medical, nugical & irtliiSplaJrt pDJient care. 409 Bayshorc Boulevard Tampa, FL 33606 "T1 r 0 2:! c )> en m z -t z m r I a:J c: r r g) z c: a:J c en :::r::: m c m < m :0 -< -t c: m en c )> z c "T1 2:! c C) m ..... (A) I a:J

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Other ideas: Pack a thermos of nettle tea (another natural antihistamine) says ethnobotanish Chris Kilham. Cutting back on diary may also help reduce congestion and sinus pressure headaches, he says. Anti-Woozy Wonders. For those prone to mention sickness, traveling can feel more like torture than leisure. But 'Gin ger' shown to ease nausea in a number of studies on pregnant women, an keep you from turning green while on the road or the high seas. Mark Sengler, N.D., recommends sipping ginger that throughout your trip; herbalist Chris Kilham noted that ginger candies work too. And for a quick aromatherapy treatment, Constance Hart suggest rubbing pure ginger oil on your lower belly and inhaling orange essential oil. Wearing an acupressure wristband may also make for a drug-free alternative to medications The band stimulates the Nei-Kaun acupressure point, an action found to relieve nausea in many studies on post-op patients. Summer Sniffles. Eucalyptus is "all powerful" in breaking up the congestion that accompanies summer colds, says essential oil educator Andrea Butje. Three times a day, fill a bowl with steam-hot water and add one drop of essential oil of Eucalyptus globules. Cover your head with a towel, lean in, and breathe deeply for one minute. keep your eyes closed for the whole treatment, says Butje. For cold relief, herbalist Chris Kilham recommends the immuneboosting herb andrographis. "A few 300 mg capsules at the first sign of a cold usually knock it out. Herbal First-Aid. Keep a Calendula -based salve or cream in your backpack to prevent infection of cuts and scrapes suffered out on the trails. Antibacterial and antiinflammatory, Bee Propolis spray or also staves off jLife Lessons From The Fannj Here a few lessons that can and should be learned from ,those currently on a farm. 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Eating juicy foods like mango and watermelon can "give you <1 great, big betty full of water and up your dehydration defense, says herbalist Chris Kilham. Aim to down eight glasses of H2o dail)', especially if you're active. And if you're on a major hiking trek or biking excursion, Kilham cautions against skipping the salt: Since sweating can disturb your sodium-water balance, replenish by snacking on salty foods, like Tamari Almonds. To speed recovery if you do feel dehydrated, Mark Stenglcr, N. D. recommends taking two pellets of homeopathic China Officinalis (at 30C strength). What Not To Feed our Pets ;.,...,.. ..

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HEALTH I Make It Through Menopause Naturally J PART II In Germany, black cohosh is approved to treat menopausal symptoms related to decreasing estrogen. _Studies suggest this herb helps improve many symptoms of menopause, includ ing hot flashes, anxiety and depression. Currently NCCAM (National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine), a part of the NIH, is funding a rigorous scientific study to determine its effect on the symptoms of menopause. Progesterone is often the first hormone to decline, and many of the initial symptoms of menopause are related to this drop. Look for natural progesterone creams that have been USP (United States Pharmacopeia) certi fied. This means the natural progesterone in the cream has been made into a form that your body can use. Creams containing wild yam extract that has not gone through this process \\ill not provide symptom relief. Dr. John R. Lee, a pioneer in the fie 1 d of natura 1 hormone replacement therapy, recommends looking for a cream that contains at least 450-500 rng USP natural proges terone per ounce. Dong quai is a popular herb in the Far East that has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine for menopause and other female health condi tions. Although some women report improvement, Western science has found little evidence to support its use in easing symptoms. Red clover, licorice and alfalfa have traditionally been used in menopause support. These herbs provide weak estrogen-like effects, much like soy Chaste Tree (or Vitex) is primarily used to help relieve symptoms of PMS, but it can be used during menopause as well. This supplement helps boost natural proges terone synthesis, which also drops during menopause. Women with a history of breast or ovarian cancer should consult with a health care professional before taking any supplements that may alter hormone levels. Have A Great Smile!! Marsh Orthodontics Braces For Children & Adults Affordable Monthly Payments Quality Personal Care Family Discounts MARSH ?\fAt .... ORTHODONTICS New Patie.nts 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 for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or to be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted-fee, or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. ANGELLA TOMLINSON, DDS, PA New Patients GAIL C. MCDONALD, DDS Insurance A"""'"""' DR. AGNES UBANI (813) 341-7900 Windsor Clinic 10320 N. 56th St. Ste 120 Temple Terrace, fl33617 Extreme Effort Produces Sgpreme Results All You Need Is Bx:Crtnte Determination And A 10"5ucceed. YouHave_l\[othing To Lose But The Weight '< i!J; 11lllillliil FREE BACK-TO-SCHOOL IMMUNIZATIONS AND PHYSICALS FOR CHILDREN ENTERING KINDERGARTEN OR 7TH GRADE (CHILD MUST BE 5 YEARS OLD BY 8/3 1/07 TO QUALIFY) AUGUST 18 HEALTH. PARK 5802 North 30th-Street, Tampa 9 a.m.-Noon t Tampa General Hospital SNACKS "/ FUN I MUSIC Children must accompan ied by parent or legal guardian shot record to. receive immunizations. Sports._ physicals. W ILL NOT be_ availabi 'e. For directions. or more information, please can (81 3) &44-FAI R .1' "T1 r 0 J:J 6 > (/) m z :::t z m r I m c: r r z "'0 c: m !: (/) :I: m c m < m J:J < -f c: m (/) C > z c "T1 c

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ENTERTAINMENT 50 Cent 'Erupts' Over Leaked Video It has been reported that 50 Cent "erupted" during a meeting at his record label Interscope, after a forthcoming single and video-a collaboration with Robin Th icke-inad ve rten tly leaked on to the Internet. Reported by MTV News, the track "Follow My Lead" was due to be released as the third single from the rapper's forthcoming album Curtis, and after current videos for "I Get and "Ayo Technology" had dropped from rotation. According to MTV's sources, when 50 heard about the leak he reportedly ripped a plasma TV from the wall and threw \his mobile phone through a window. He later talked about his frustrations during an interview with DJ Kay Slay on New York's Hot 97 radio station. He "The process has been ill for me this go-around. I usually have to start a project myself, as far as Interscope. I got to lead. On the first album, 'Wanksta' just tpok off before 'In Da' Club' came about. When we got to The Massacre I leaked so CENT 'Disco Inferno' and they caught up with 'Candy Shop. "This album, I threw 'Straight To The Bank' out there, and 'Amusement Park' was the joint they were sup posed to assist me with going after. But when that came, it grew at the same pace that 'Straight To The Banlt' grew. And I was like, 'Yo, it don't feel like it's a differ ence in the support for the actual record."' Clips from "Follow My Lead" have since been removed from YouTube, but have already been posted elsewhere. Described as a "laid-l?ack, piano-driven" tune, the promo stars Dustin Hoffman as a psychiatrist. DODGE NITRO TRUCKS. Dlddy To Produce Notorious B.I.G. Film Lopez May Get $545,000 From Ex-Hubby Noa BIGGIE And DIDDY Diddy is set to executive produce a film based on the life of rapper Notorious B.I.G. The film will be made by Searchlight films and directed by George Tillman Jr., who was the men behind the camera for the Barbershop films. An open audition was called in the U .S August 12 for anyone resembling the rapper to submit an audition tape, whether an actor or not : Tillman will direct from a script based on Cheo. Hodari Cocker's book Unbelievable: The Life, Death & Afterlife Of The Notorious B.I.G. It will be LOS ANGELES -Jennifer Lopez has been awarded nearly $545,000 in a lawsuit against her first husband, Ojani Noa, over his plans to publish a tell-all book claiming she had several affairs. A court-ordered arbitrator made the decision in April in Lopez's breach-of-contract lawsuit against Noa, couTt papers filed Monday indicated. The figure includes only $200,000 in damages, with the rest going for arbitration costs and attorneys' fees Lopez's lawsuit claimed that Noa had violated a previous lawsuit settlement preventing him from revealing private information co-produced by Biggie's mother, Voletta Wallace. The rapper was a major figure on the East Coast rap scene before his death in 1997 in a Los Angeles drive by shooting. He was signed by Diddy's label Bad Boy Records. .. According to Variety, the film will focus on the side of the "not seen in pub lic life." BBAIDOI DO DIE Lifetime Powertrain Warranty .. .. With Any New 2006, 2007 :. Or.2008 Selected Models See Dealer For Details ; 1500 DODGE RAMS ... f JENNIFER WPEZ about their relationship. The arbitrator also decided that a permanent injunction should be awarded against Noa that would bar him from "criticizing, denigrating, casting in a negative light or otherwise disparaging or causing disparagement" to the singeractress. Noa also would be directed to give Lopez or her attorney all copies of materials relate d to the book FELIX WALTERS Sales Manager . ., ::IJ 0 > < > c C) c ., r-0 l:J 6 > en m z z m r;tD c r rm z "tt c tD r-Cii :I: m 0 m < m ::IJ < c m en c > < > z 0 ., 0 "tt m N _. I CD

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This idea of Babyface being a funriy guy runs contrary to his public image. At times he appears to rarely flash a smile. The crooner says he's not trying act ,":-BABYFACE "funny" that's just his persona. He doesn't feel like a star at all. As a matter of fact he says he prefers it that way. "I'm not standoffish to the point where it's ever rude, but at the same time I'm not really in that star mode most of the time," admitted Edmonds. He went on to say he feels for qig time celebrities and what they have to go through with trash journalists that stoop to new lows to gain insightin their lives. Guilty. Plea In -Jackson 5 Drummer's Death CROWN POINT, Ind. -A woman has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the death of a former drummer for the Jackson 5, authoiiti,es said Monday. Yolanda Davis, 45, will be sentenced to two years in prison if a judge accepts an agreement with prosecutors iri JohnD.y Jackson's slay ing. Her sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 24, Lake County prosecutors said. Davis told police she fatally stabbed Jackson with a steak knife when he lunged at her during a fight. Police found Jackson's body in a Gary home March 1, 2006, after responding to reports of a disturbance. Jackson, 55, of Gary, replaced the Jackson 5's original drummer around 1967. He was not related to members of the Jackson family who started the singing group. DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW Hour .I***Yz] Very funny, your kids will enjoy it Stardust[**] Wait for the video. Fairytale, moves slow The Bourne Ultimatum li Action-packed thru movie Hairspray [***] Good musical, 'funny, kids will enjoy it Harry Potter[***] Too long and slow, Harry fans will love it-li Action packed Uve, Free or Die Harrlr-J Action-packed, might be best action movie No Reservations [**Yz] Good romantic/drama Spider Man [**Yz] Pretty good action I movie too long (3 hours) Ratatouille [**] Wait for video I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry[**) Average comedy, not for kids The Simpson Movie [**] Wait for the video. Not a Simpson fan Who's Your Caddy? [**] Over the top comedy. Wait for video Slcko [***] Good Documentary on Healthcare in America. Must See! Talk To Me [***'.h) Don't miss this movie. Only shoWing at Veterans 24 Fantastic Four[***] Enjoyed it. Black Director Pirates Of The Caribbean[***] love the action, but too long.' (3 hours) RATINGS **** -Very Good I *** -Good I ** Average I Wait For Video ... -D'Angelo 2005 Car Accident Update Finally some movement on the D'Angelo case stemming from charges filed in a 2005 single-vehicle accident in the Richmond, VA area. D'Angelo, whose birth name is Michael E. Archer, pleaded guilty to driving with a suspended license and driving under the influence in Powhatan, Virginia General District Court. Judge Paul Cella fined the Grammy award-winning singer $1,000, with $500 suspended, sentenced him to nine days in jail, all suspended, and revoked his license for 90 days on the suspended license charge. Cella also fined him $1,500, with $750 suspended, sentenced him to six months in jail, also suspended, and suspended his license for 12 months on the DUI charge. A reckless driving charge was dropped. Michael .Jackson Sued By Former Lawyers LOS ANGELES -Michael Jackson's former entertainment lawyers filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming the singer owes them more than $113,000. The law firm Lavely & Singer of Los Angeles says Jackson agreed in arbitration last year to pay them $180,000 in three installments. Jackson failed to make the final payment of $113,750 before the July 31, 2007, deadline stipulated in the set tlement, the firm alleges in a complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court. A message left for Jackson's publicist, Raymone Bain, was not immediately returned Tuesday. His lawyer, Christopher Mellott, could MICHAEL JACKSON not be reached after hours Tuesday. A judge last month ordered the 48-year-old pop singer to pay more than $256,000 in legal fees to another firm that handled some side issues dur ing his 2005 child molestation trial. Jackson was acquitted of child molestation charges in the case. 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All MY CHILDREN: Ryan crashed Kendall's appointment with Or Hilliard and brought Spike back to the hospital. Zach was angry when Kendall wasn't there for ran's surgery because of Spike, but finally reconciled with her. Coming: Kendall is convinced her own way is best for Spike. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Rosanna learned she had been in a coma for two years, and returned to Oakdale with Paul. As Craig panicked at the news that some one took Rosanna from the hospital, Paul wheeled her into the room. Noah was glad he and Luke kissed, but asked him to keep it a secret because of his father, and Luke agreed. Coming: Dusty becomes the number one suspect. GENERAL HOSPITAL NIGHT SHIFT: Stuck inside the elevator, Jason performed CPR to get the newborn to breathe, but he couldn't revive Stacey When the doors were finally opened, the doctors performed a hysterectomy trying to save Stacey's life, only to have her fall unconscious again Coming: The hospital culprit faces seri ous charges. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Brooke felt helpless at being unable to report Andy' s attack on her because of his threat to stop her from getting her children back When Dorothy demanded that Brooke explain her stressful behavior the previous night, Brooke released her anger on Dorothy Coming: The winner of the singing contest is revealed. GUIDING LIGHT: Despite Reva' s efforts to stall them, Cassie and Josh made their marriage official. When Harley was unable to accept Gus' declaration that she is the only one for him, they decided to take a break from each other. Suspicious about the night she passed out in Dylan's bed Harley had a drug test performed on her that showed Valium in her blood Coming: Alan won't forget Lizzie's business betrayal. ONE LIFE 'TO LIVE: Miles made a surprise confession, plead i ng guilty to theft. Following another memory flas h, Marty helped John discover who killed Spencer, as the police closed in on their suspect. Michael panicked seeing the officers, fearing they re pursuing Marcie Coming: Spencer's killer is arrested DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Sami convinced EJ to donate part of his liver to save Stefano's life, so he can finally end the vendetta. Fed up with Nick putting everyone else ahead of his own happiness, after learning he's stuck with China Lee's kids, Chelsea broke up with Nick and headed off with Jet!. Coming: Belle appears to be taking Philip's side. PASSIONS: Still intending to reveal the truth, Theresa left with Ethan on their hon eymoon, but a venge ful Al i stair sent them a wedding g ift that cou ld prove fatal. Lu i s finall y learned that Fancy was responsible for Pretty's scars, causing Fancy to wonder how he could possib l y love her now. Coming: Alistair is back pu lli ng the strings. GENERAL HOSPITAL: Sam made a timely appearance when some thugs men aced Elizabeth in the park As-Elizabeth told Jason to stay away from her, Sam paid off the goons, but Jason figured out what Sam did Sam then got closer to Lucky which resulted in a kiss Coming: ,lason lets his anger loose on Sam. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Colleen lashed out at Brad after findin g out he foiled Adrian s chance at the museum job. Jana told Adrian about Brad s true identity which Colleen confirmed and Adrian decided to include it in the book he s writing. Coming: Phyllis learns if remorse will be enough IF YOUR BIRTHDAY IS THIS WEEK .. social loyalty, emotional intimacy and romantic trust are strong concerns Someone close may need extra encouragement or support. Watch also for an intense wave of new flirtations or social invitations. Loiled ones may feel mildly threatened by new friendships or changing daily schedules. Remain balanced and avoid detailed discussions. ' LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Work routines are not easily clarified. Expect older colleagues or key officials to provide misinformation or faulty instructions. All legal requirements should be carefully documented. Business errors. financial mistakes or failed relations with customers will demand special attention VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Past friends or forgotten work mates may request unique favors. Areas affected involve written proof, financial testimonials and private business documents Avoid political risk, if possible, and refuse to be drawn into yesterday's power struggles : outdated disputes and differences will quickly fade LIBRA (Sept. 23ct. 23). New friendS may ask for special consider ation concerning family obligations or canceled group plans Although passions may be high, minor disagreements will be quickly forgotten: expect schedules and attitudes to r e turn to normal s oon Financial documents may contain hidden clauses or misinformation SCORPIO (O,ct. 24-Nov. 22). Roommates or close relatives are easily irritated by predictable responses Mundane duties will trigger minor tensions: expect' lo'lted ones to push for dramatic ho me changes, revised social schedules or newly established habits Go slow and respond to all observations Tempers may be high . SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21). L ove relationships begin a brief phase of prvate and inward th ought. Ex pect romantic partners and potential lovers to press for clarified commitments or revised family promises. Remain patient and wait for a full disclosure of feelings. Emotional reactions may be unreliable. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 20). Take extra time to carefully outline new financial plans. Friends and relatives may be easily confused by fresh ideas or distrustful of proposed changes. A recent phase of poorly defined money obligations needs to end. facts, docu ments and written permissions for misinformation : errors will prov e costly. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21Feb. 19). Home discussions will work to your advantage Expect loved ones to defer to your suggestions or accept controversial family improvements. If so, pay special attention to social agreements, planned gatherings or reoccurring activities. Group habits are open to fast changes or sudden reversals. Stay bal-anced . . PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20). Business stra tegi es and long term career goals need to improve. E xpect loved ones to initiate intense family discussions concerning work progress or financial gain. Someone close may feel unfulfilled, misunderstood or held back. Advocate revised goals and candid discussions with key officials All is well. ARIES (March 21April20). Workplace confidence, romantic intr.igue an d physical vit a lity will increase Many Arie s natives will b eg in a powerful phase of fitness, health a nd social involvement. Take time to plan group activities or foster new fri e ndships : a renewed f ai th in long -term emotional commitments will take precedence. TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Romantic partners may reveal new lev els of trust and social acceptance loved ones will no longer allo w outside influences to affect private decisions Encourage confidence and independent thought: at present, friends a nd lovers may need added support to communicate their deepe s t feelings. Stay alert. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Relatives and close companions will opt for greater financial independence Yestet'day's debts a nd Obligations need to fade : s tudy documents thoroughly for une}Cplored options regulation!), missed deadlines or time revisions will provide valuable clues to success. CANCER (June 22-July 22) After several daYs of slow progress or strained relations in the home, family members will accept new sug gestions. Areas affected are daily expectatjons, spending habits, tra dition a l roles and tiresome duties. Clearly describ e all aspira tion s or group goals : loved ones need an obvious exp lan a tion of facts . TOP VIDEO RENTALS 1 Premonition, Sony Pictures, PG-13 2. The Number 23, New Line Cinema, R 3 Zodiac, Warner Bros., R 4 The Hills Have Eyes II, 20th Century Fox, R 5. The Contract, Furia Films, R 6. Shooter, Paramount Pictures, R 7 Slow Burn, llonsgate, R 8. Black Snake Moan, Paramount Vantage, R 9. Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Paramount Pictures R 10. The Last Mimzy New Line Cinema, PG TOP POP ALBUMS 1. Now 25, Various artists, Universal/EMf/Sony BMG/Zomba 2. Hairspray, Soundtrack, New Line 3 Planet Earth, Prince, NPG/Columbia 4. Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus, Miley Cyrus, Walt Disney/Hollywood 5. T.l. Vs. V.I. P., T .l., Grand Hustle/Atlantic 6 . The Duchess, Fergie, will i.am/A&Milnterscope 7. Underclass Hero, Sum 41, Island 8. Minutes to Midnight, Linkin Park, Machine Shqpe 9. Back to Black, Amy Winehouse, Universal Republic 10. Every Second Counts, Plain White T's, Fearless TOP POP SINGLES 1 Beautiful Girls, Sean Kingston, Beluga Heights 2 Hey There, Delilah, Plain White T's, Hollywood 3. Big Girls Don't Cry, Fergie, will.i.am/A&M 4 : Umbrella, Rihanna, featur ing Jay-Z, SRP/Def Jam 5. The Way I Are, Timbaland, featuring Keri Hilson, Mosley/Biackground 6. Bartender, T-Pain, featuring Akon Konvlct/Nappy Boy/Jive 7 Party like A Rockstar, Shop Boyz, OnDeck 8 Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin'), T..Pain, featuring Yung Joe, Konvict/Nappy Boy/Jive 9 Make Me Better, Fabolous, featuring Ne-Yo, Deser, t Storm/Def J am 10. A Bay Bay, Hurricane Chris, Polo Grounds/J Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1 Finding Forever ......................... .... ..... ........... .............. Common 2 T.l ................ ............. ... ......... .. ................ ....... .......... T.I. vs. T .I.P. 3. Sean Kingston .......................................... ... ........ Sean Kingston 4 Planet Earth ..... ..... ... ....... ................... ......... ......... ......... .. ..... Prlnce 5 Epiphany .............................................................................. TPain 6 NOW 25 .................................................................. Varlous Artists 7 RapMurr-Phobia (The Fear Of Real Hip-Hop) ...... Keith Murray 8. Because Of You ................................................................... Ne-Yo 9. From Nothin' To Somethin' ........................................ .'.Fabolous 10. Double Up ................................................ ............ ............ R. Kelly 11. Back To Black .................................................. Amy Wlnehouse 12. Good Girl Gone Bad ...................................................... Rihanna 13. I Am .................................................................. Chrlsette Michele 14. The Evolution Of Robin Thicke ............................ Robln Thlcke 15. Almost Famous: The Sexy lady EP ......................... Yung Berg 16. Due Season .................................................................. Kia Shine 17. Ms. Kelly ..................... ............ .............. ......... Kelly Rowland 18. Timbaland Presents Shock Value .. ......... ...... ...... ... Timbaland 19. FutureSexlloveSounds ................................ Justin Timberlake 20 Sex love & Pain .............................................. ; ................... Tank Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. When I See U .......................................... ... ............ ...... ..... Fantasia 2. teachme ........................... .................................... Music Souichild 3. Do You .................... ........... .. ................ ..... .. .. .... ... .......... ...... NeYo 4 Make Me Better .................................. Fabolous Featuring Ne-Yo 5 Shawty .. ..... ..... ........................................... PIIes Featuring T-Pain 6. let It Go ................... ...... Keyshia Cole Featuring Missy Elliott & lil Kim 7. Same Giri ...... .................................... ..... R. Kelly Duet With Usher 8. Please Don't Go ................. ... ................... ; ........................... Tank 9 Bartender ................................................ TPain Featuring Akon 10. Crank That (Soulja Boy) ........................................... Soulja Boy 11. Big Things Poppin' (Do lt) ......................................... ............ T.I. 12. Bed ......................... .. ................ ,..... ............................ J Holiday 13. -Beautiful Girls .......... ........................................... Sean Kingston 14. Until The End Of . ................................. Justin Timberlake 15. Get Me Bodied . ............................................................ Beyonce 16. Umbrella .............................................. Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z 17. Sexy Lady ............. ................... ... Young B .erg Featuring Junior 18. A Bay Bay ........................................................... Hurrlcane Chris 19. Wipe Me Down ................. Lil Boosie Featuring Foxx & Webbie 20. Can U Believe ............. : ....... .................................. Robin Thicke S entine l's Top 1 0 R a p Albums 1. Fin ing Forever ........ : ...................................... ........... .... Common 2. T.l ........ ...................................................... ........... ...... T.I. vs. T.I.P. 3. Rap-MurrPhobia (The Fear Of Real Hlp-Hop) ...... Keith Murray 4 From Nothin' To Somethin' .. ..... ............. ........... ........... Fabolous 5. Almost Famous: The Sexy Lady EP ........................... Yung Berg 6. Due Season : ................................................................. Kia Shine 7. Cold Summer: The Authorized Mixtape ................. Young Jeezy Presents U.S.D.A. 8. Strength & Loyalty ................................ Bone ThugsNHarmony 9. We The Best. ................................................................. DJ Khaled 10. Rockstar Mentallty ...... .. ............................................. Shop Boyz Sen tine l 's Top 1 0 R ap S in g l es 1. Make Me Better ..... .. ......... ................. Fabolous Featuring NeYo 2. Shawty ....................................................... PIJes Featuring T-Paln 3 Big Things Poppin' (Do H) ........................... ; ............................ T.I. 4. A Bay Bay ............................................................ Hurricane Chris 5. Party like A Rock Star .......... ; ........................ ............ Shop Boyz 6 Sexy Lady ................................. : ...... Yung Berg Featuring Junior 7 Crank That (Soulja Boy) .... .... .......... ... . .. .................... Soulja Boy 8. Wipe Me Down .................. Lil Boosie Featuring Foxx & Webbie 9. 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Father Of Five Walks The Talk BY KEIL MOORE Sentinel Freelance Writer Talking the talk is one thing, but walking the walk is a completely different animal. When it comes to practicing what you preach, Otis Wilson is the perfect example. A father of five boys and the Director of both Dining Services and Housekeeper at Hanna Oaks, an Assisted Living Facility, Wilson is also able to take time to be a dedi cated member of his church, Mt. Olive M. B. Church, Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, pastor. Wilson who was born and raised in South Carolina considers his Christian-based upbringing one of the greatest gifts that his grandmother ever gave him. Through the church, Wilson was able to develop a strong sense of faith and a ded ication to the lord and his plan. But, the church was not the only force in the development of Wilson. Since the age of 12, he has appreciated the importance of a hard day's work. Working in a lot of jobs, including picking cotton in the South Carolina fields, Wilson learned the importance of earning a living is one of the most important things that a man must do in the World. He has been at Hanna Oaks for the OTIS WILSON (Photo by Jerry Brunson) past 7 years. When asked about his approach as a father, Wilson is humbled by the successes of his children. "I am proud of my boys," he says with a smile. "I know that God is watching over them." In choosing to parent by example, Wilson was able to guide his children towards the right path, calling on his relationship with God to lead them all through life. Ironically, all 5 boys have the same initials (DVNW) and the first three letters of their names are the same. They are: Delvecchio, Delliot, Delvon, Delyrn, and Dclmctricc. He and his wife, Mrs. Shirley Wilson, are the grandparents of 4 Music Summit Offers Networking Opportunities On Wednesday, September 19th, C. wakeley will present "The Gainesville Music Summit, The Venue." It will be held downtown Gainesville, Florida at 233 West University Avenue. This summit will be the ultimate opportunity for area artists to network with producers, promoters, record label executives, and the movers and shakers of the music world. Also, the nation's leading entertainment magazines will be in the building. "This is something the local artists of Tampa definitely need to take advantage of," said Anthony "Big Amp" Parker. Parker has two articles in the nation's nJ,lmber four hip hop magazine, Down Magazine, and wants to make sure Tampa is represented at this summit. .ANTHONY "BIG AMP" PARKER Area promoters, producers, managers and executives are asked to register at www.gainesvillesumrnit.com to attend. For more information, contact C. Wakeley at (352) 246-4495, or Big Amp at (813) 728-7881. Christian Book Store Opens On 22nd Street BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In an area of 22nd Street that has seen its share of bad times, the sign of change is coming. First, with the closing of Gene's Bar and an effort by Tampa Police to rid the area of drug dealers and prostitutes, the area is returning to a safe and marketable neighborhood. This Friday as an example of the resurgence and rebirth of the area, the Grace Gospel Bible Book Store and Christian Supplies will have a grand opening celebration. The store will be located at 3010 North 22nd Street, and will offer Bibles, a complete line of Christian supplies, African and American prayer clothes and other artifacts, and prayer candles. The store also will specialize in "Old School Gospel" that will go back at least 60 years. Favorites like Mahalia Jackson and Sam Cooke RANDALL C. will be available, as well as gospel COs, DVDs, VHS tapes, and anything else you can think of in gospel. Among the special guests will be Mr. Harold Jones, who is owner and operator o'f the bookstore, -Minister Michelle B. Patty, and Randall C. All guests will be invited to free seafood and other treats, and the grand opening cele bration will begin at 5 p.m. Group To Open New Computer Lab In 1997, a group of people introduced a program designed to bridge the "digital divide" in the community. Having achieved its goal with measurable success, the organization now plans to open another center for residents of another bay area community. Ralph Smith, founder of Computer Mentors, said, the term "digital divide" describes the socio-economic, racial, or geographical differences in technology access. The new computer will open on Monday, August 2oth, at 1123 22nd Street, South, in St. Petersburg. The new center was made possible by a $25,000 grant from the Verizon Foundation, an organization that has supported the program since its incep..: tion. Ms. Camille Williams, who is a manager at Verizon, will serve as the Volunteer Site Directorof the office. The classes will be held on Monday evenings and is targeting students between the ages of 14 and 18. "As a youth growing up in Pinellas County in the 1980s, there was limited opportunity for inner city youth to attend MS. CAMILLE WILLIAMS ... Volunteer Site Coordinator programs similar to Computer Mentors. This program will provide youth and adults with an outlet to gain skills that will assist them in gaining success ful future educational and career endeavors and help to bridge the digital divide," Ms. Williams said. The organization will provide computer training, infor mation access and skills development for inner city youth affected by the digital divide. In an effort to narrow the gap, Computer Mentors implemented the Internet and Computing Core Certification RALPH SMITH ... Founder of Computer Mentors for teenagers. Completion .of the program ensures that the students have the knowledge, skills, and basic use of computer hardware, software, networks, and the Internet. Students completing the course can also earn their own computer. This marks the third center being operated in the bay area. The first is located in East Tampa and the second is located in Plant Citv. Reporter Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail at jT"is@.tlsentinel.com.

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0 0 N .,... ty National Baptist Convention President Is Speaker For Revival c u. c z c c U) w ::::::) 1-li: w > w 0 w :::1: U) ::::i ID ::::::) Q. z ..I ..I ::::::) ID ...:. w z i= z w U) c 0 0 ..I u. Dr. Steven J. Thurston, President, National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. and pastor of the New Covenant Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, will be returning to the Lakeland area as speaker of the soul saving revival hosted by New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 1321 N. Webster Avenue on Wednesday, August 22 through Friday, August 24, at 7 p. m. nightly. The public is cordially invited to attend. Rev. Stephen John Thurston was elected the 14th President of the National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. on September 4, 2003. He served as the 3rd VicePresident of the National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. (NBCA) from 1989 2003. Under the stewardship of President E. Edward Jones, Rev. Thurston was elected the youngest (age 37) 3rd Vice President in the history of the Convention. Prior to serving as 3rd VicePresident, Rev. Thurston served for 3 years as Corresponding Secretary of theNBCA. Rev. Thurston is active in many religious and civic .Comerstone True Fellowship Celebrates Cecilia Crawford Travis' 1 02nd Birthday .... ; :: : -,. .............................. -...... -j't'.... .. -... MS. CECELIA CRAWFORD TRAVIS Pastors Thomas and Katrina Lunsford and the Cornerstone True Fellowship FamilY of Lake Wales, are blessed to have Cecilia Travis celebrate her 102nd birth day. Mrs. Travis was born on July 25, 1905, in Paducah, tJ Kentucky. She bas 7 children and over 70 combined grand children, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren. 111 This lovely little lady played the piano at her church for years .. still going to church doing well and she is as 1: stylish and elegant as ever! DR. STEPHEN THURSTON DR. JOE HARDIE organizations. He was born on July 29, 1952, in Chicago, IL, the second child to the late Rev. John Lee and Ruth Hall Thurston. Rev. Thurston has been married for over 25 years to the former Joyce D. Hand. Tlie Thurstons are the proua parents of four children: Stephen, II, Nicole D'Vaughn, Teniece Rae'l and Christon A very Elijah. Pastor Hardie says, "We're looking forward to seeing friends from the Tampa Bay area, Pinellas and Plant City. Come and be fed by the Messenger." New Grandparents Proud grandparents, Mary and William Poindexter grands, Myles and Bryce, and their mom, Latasha. The Poindexters -William and Mary of Lakeland are the proud grandparents of the newest heir to the Poindexter throne via Lakeland and Atlanta, Georgia. Latasha Poindexter of Atlanta, GA, present their brand new heir, namely, Master Bryce H. Poindexter, born on July 19, 2007, weighing il) at 7 pounds and 1 ounce. Master Myles Poindexter who's 3 years old, is already protective of his little brother. Grandma Mary remained in Atlanta while t.tuha is on the recovery mode. Graadpa WIUiam remains in Lakeland to keep Poindexter's Arts/Prints and Barbershop up and nanning. . :

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POLK COUNTY NEWS Gabbing Mth Gloria By Gloria Jennings August Birthday Happy birthday to the following August celebrants: Mrs. Doris McKnight, longtime Sentinel reader, whose natal day was August 15th. Doris resides in Bartow and is a mt:mber of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Polk County. She is employed by the State of Florida, Lakeland Division of the Child Support System. She and family are members of First Missionary Baptist Church in Winter Haven. Happy birthday to you! Angela Lisbon-McCormick, Director at the Child Development Center, Inc., will enjoy her 29th birthday on Augu s t 30th. Her mom, Lena Lisbon, owner of the Center, has shown great improvement health wise. She a faithful member at New Mt. Zion M. B. Chur!!h where her pastor is Dr. J. S. Hardie. Also celebrating their natal days this month are: Jan McDougal, Polk Community College and member at New Bethel AME Church, Lakeland; and Annette Long-Holmes, Zion Hill P. B. Church. Happy belated 49th birthday, August 13 to Ms. Teresa "Mama T" West, whose 'birthday celebration was held on Sunday, August 12th at the. Rose Heights Elks Lodge. Daughter West is known for her involvement as a Program Director with the Boys & Girls Club, Lakeland, and the commitment to tpe Rose Heights Temple #217, Bernice Cooper-Laidler, Daughter Ruler Get Well Get well wishes are also extended to members. of New Mt. Zion: Mrs. Rose Taylor -and Doi"'thy "Dot" Sanders of Goober Village Senior Complex. Ms. Carrie Spencer, popular young matron who resides 1225 N. Lincoln Avenue Lakeland, Fl 33805-4259 (863) 688-2095 Fax. (863) 687 3409 on Lincoln Ave wh o is currently caring for her parents during their illnesses. Her mom, Ms. Willie Maude Spencer was recently confined to Lakeland Regional Medical Center and her dad, Mr. W. Spencer remains confined at home on Lincoln Ave. On The Mend Mr. Sebring Flemming, known as "Mr. Sonny Boy, The King Of The Roasted Peanuts and Crabs on Lincoln Avenue ahd 5th Street," is loved by many and missed by his beloved customers. He is currently recovering from hip surgery after a fall at home. He is currently a patients at Lakeland Regiona l Medica l C enter. His wife, Mrs. Geneva Flemming is also on the me nd She is at home receiving special care from her grandchildren Rhema Family Worship .. And H e gave us some Apos tles, and some prophets, and some evangelists and some pastors and tea c h e rs; for the perfecting of the saints; for the work of the ministry; for the edifying of the bod y of Christ." -Ephesians 4:11-12. To Pastor H. B. Holmes, on Sunday, August 5th, 2007, at 4 p m at Sweet Dreams Inn, 910 E Memorial Blvd. Lakeland, along with his lovely wife, Sister Wanda Holmes and his blessed Rhema family and friends, a surprise Appreciation Day was held for this young visionary minister. This was indeed a day of appreciation and a true tribute of love. The order of service with New Jerusalem M. B. Church and Pastor Jimmy L. Downing, Sr., guest church was in charge. The Welcome and Occasion were presented by Sister Nedra Butler, the Blessed Message was rendered 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 l.!'!iJ Tampa, FL 33602 lid -Phone #: 223-3900 11le ta:r.; io-cloci:sia. ... 8oald-be "-d oolcly ...... odvCIIioeuwtlls.llefcn ,.. lrwwriftoa .....,_.....,,_qaolir...._ I ; by Rev. Dr. J. L. Downing o n the subject, ''How To Kl!o!p Your Pastor Stirred Up! (2nd Timothy l-6l The Church C lerk, S is. Gloria Robinson informed the Rhema family and friends of the love and devotion they share with their pastor, thus the surprise Appreciation Day being held for Pastor H. B. Holmes. Words o f Appreciation were given by Chairperson Bro. Timothy Randolph, and Clo sing Remarks and the Benediction were given by Dr. Downing, Sr. Refreshments were served after the service. This event was sponsored by Sisters Martell Ewin and Marquita Bindloss. SHAW-NUF TALK By Cynthia Zorn-5haw The theme was: "For the Labourer Is Worthy Of His Hire ." Male Chorus Anniversary On August 18, 2007 at 7 p m., Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church's Male Chorus will be celebrating their anniversary. Come let us glorify the Lord together in s ong s of Zion. This will b e a glorious occasion that you don't want to miss The celebration will be held at Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church, 1348 Sidney Avenue, Lakeland, 33805-4249 The Male Chorus President is Clarence W. Sconiers. The Eleventh Annual Family And Friends Day The Eleventh Annual Family and Friends Day event is Sunday, August 19, 2007 at 11 a m at First Baptist Institutional Church, Rev. Alex Harper, Sr., Pastor. The Guest Speaker will be The Rev. B. B. Dinkins. Sis. Bessie McLeod is President, Sis. Shirley Simon isChairperson. The Mistress of Ceremony will be Sis. Patricia "Pat" Neloms. The members of First Baptist Inst. Church, 932 Martin Luther King Blvd., and Rev. Harper, Sr. hope to see you all there. Gabbing With Gloria received a special invitation to attend and am also looking for -' Ward to seeing you there. Gloria's Things & Other Things Upcoming events: The First Family and Friends Day ever held at Greater St. Paul M B I. Church and their 91st Church Anniversary The e legant wedding ceremony uniting Ms. Rose Brenda Henderson and Mr. Charles Shaw. The 88th Annual Conve ntion -Institute and Trade Show, Fairfax, Virginia, attended by the newly formed Florida Council of the National Beauty Culturists League, Inc Vacation Bible School News l\lacedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Polk City, Reverend Theotius Axson, Pastor, hosted its 2007 Vacation Bible School in June. There were classes for adults and children. Some of the Teachers were: Mozell and Dee Axson, Harry McCray, Deacon Flowers, Pastor Brown, Amy Marsh and Sharon Davis. Some o f the adults and chil dren who attended and received certificates and/or other forms of recognition were: Amber Weaver, Charles Griffin, Levitus Griffin, Michael Shaw, II, Kemari Richardson, Brianna Wagner, Ishia Axson, Antwoine Locke, Keandre' Lauren, Omar Walters, Demarcus Calhoun, Wendell Locke, Keyon Walters, Cameron Smith, Deion Freeman, Anita Byrd, Zyvelle Deloach, Josh McGill, Mothel' Ruby Axson, Mother Lottie McGill, Clifford Byrd, Mendell Brown, Sandra Locke, Doretha Byrd, and James Davis. Reunion Plans Being Made The Polk City Community Reunion will be held November 23-25, 2007. The Planning Committee continues to work hard to make this celebratio n a memorable and fun-filled reunion for all. The Planning Committee members (all former members of Polk City) are: Ronald Gardner, Tampa; Leon Owens, Mystic, Connecticut; Ozzie GrayesMitchell, St. Petersburg; and Dorothy William-Fogle, Sanford. For further information call Mae E Grayes-Calvin at (225) 925-0440. Reflections On The Gulf Women's Retreat Reflections on the Gulf hosted its Thirteenth Annual Christian Women's Retreat on July 18 21, 2007. The purpose of this annual retreat is to provide a Spiritual Retreat that. will encourage Christian women to look to Christ who is able to meet their needs The event was h e ld at the Sheraton Sand Key Res.ort in beautiful Clearwater Beach. The relaxing 'For Women Only' activities inc;luded a W elcome to Our Island Reception, Girls Night in, Annual Picnic at $and Key Island Park, A & e nic Morning Tour, Enraptured in White Banquet, Good Morning Lord! llllfFICE If PITBICII DIISII, P.l. Crimina) Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough County DeputY. Chief Thr biriag ol a l a..-)'cr is an imrortanl JC"Cil hr lt.aocd 111'<'11 8C'h)f't-y uu atik mC' h u-rkl \'(Ju Tillc.-1! inf rm01tim ahnut m\' :JnJ r:\r :riL"O"' Fellowship Breakfast, S1ster-t o Sister Net i nF; n n d Reflections A s in years past, many women left behind the day-to day responsibilities of fan,ily, work, community, etc., and embellished themselves in an island experience, which was coordinated by Edna Lawrence, Chairperson and Margaret Johnson, CoChairperson. The forum of speakers included Evangelist Georgette Smith and Sister Kathy Price. Sweet Sixteen Celebration Naquisha Cowart of Lakeland celebrated her Sweet 16th Birthday on August 1 2007. She enjoyed dinner at Red Lobster with her special friend, Rodney Watson, Jr. Afterwards, Naquaisha was treated to a celebration of a Sweet 16 Birthday cake decorated with red and pink roses which she shared with her instructor, Dierdre Wright and classmates: Rhonda Payne, Angela T-ownes, Oshja Wiggins, Rodney Watson;-Jr., and Michael Shaw. j Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out! This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout Out! goes to the staff of New Life Outreach Ministry, Inc in Lakeland: Larry Mitchell, Myra Bryant, Napoleon Spencer, Annie Phyalls, John Ruffin and Titiana Lamb. Thanks for the positive that your agency sows into the lives of numerous families in Lakeland and the surrounding areas. Continue to be encouraged! Heart E. Mae Says. .. Some members,pf today 's society tend to shun those persons who work in the capacity Trash and Waste Disposal Technicians a/k/a "Garbage Men". Dare to be different! Do something nice to show appreci ation to those who pick -up and dispose of your trash, waste, and/or garbage every week. Need some help on "Why"? Just imagine what our commu-: nities would be like, if there was no one doing this job! Birthday Greetings Wishes for a Happy Birthd a y go out to Portia Howard, (Aug. 17th); Frances Calhoun, (Aug. 17th); I saline Boston, (Aug. 20th) and Diane McGill (Aug. 20th). Belated birthday wishes go our to Lakeland lady, Diane Dukes who celebrated her special day on Aug. ,2nd! May God bless you, daughter, with many, many more birthdays! Talk to Shaw-Nuf T ell Shaw-Nuf Talh about your church e vents, birthday celebrations, weddings, family reunions, baby show ers, accom plishments, etc., that you want to share with the readers of the Florida SentinPl Bullt>tin, and 111 talk about it in filum Nuf Talk. You can contact me via e-mail at c:zornshaw@l yohoo.rom or by caJling (8631 513-4992. I hope to hear from you t100n! 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0 N POLK COUNTY NEWS == ,..: ..... c a: u. c z <( c fJ) w ;::) 1-li: w > w c w :::z:: fJ) :::J IXl ;::) 0. z iii ..J ..J ;::) IXl I ..J w "Where Service Is Our Goal" www.blgboysbarbershop.com Great Job Opportunities Barbers Needed ASAP 7613 N. 56th St. Tampa, FL 33617 Phone: (813) 987-9291 Quality Cuts Barber Shop "Where Quality Is More Important Than Quantity" For AppointmentMon-Thurs.) Walk-InsAreWelcomed Tuesday ............. .-.; .... 10 A.M.-7 P.M. Wednesday ............ tO A.M .. 7 P.M. Thursday .................. ;8 A.M. 7 P.M. Friday ..... : ................. ? A.M.-7 P.M. Saturday .................... 5 A.M. -3 P.M. Sunday .................................... Closed Moriday .................. By Appointment . 2514 f. nusch Blvd. Tampa, ft 33612 Ph ne: 933-3061 z Club Kathleen's Birthday Bash As always, the Birthday Bash for the July celebrants held at Club Kathleen's was a funfilled event. .. Gloria Jennings and her godbrother, Arthur Timothy Randolph, Gloria Jennings and Johnson at the huge surprise birthday bash at Harold Silas enjoyed the 4th Sunday Dinner, the Elks. Gloria's turned 71 on July 26th and Arthur turned 63 on July 13th, as well as the gifts presented. fJ) SPE -CIALTY BAD HATS a: Presents g u. ;\ 1i\1EJ\ BtO\V-ou r SAtt ... I he rincst f)csigncr Ntlnlecs s602 Charles Drive Tampa 33619 PalmRiverRoad, ThenSouU10n58th5treetTo 12thAve. TurnRICJht (West) To ICJrtlandDrlw, TumRIQhtToDeadEnd, TurnleftO"CharlesDrlve (813)650-4029 . www.myspace.com/mickeysilky Hours: Mon.-Fri. 2:00PM-7:00PM Sat. 11:30AM-6:30PM JackMconnell Whittall & Shon Chapeau Creations Toucan Charms Bellini Adrian Dana Mr. John .. Brenda Waites Bolling Betmar ... Ms. F1o Bonds is the caterer at Club Kathleen. Guests attended the birthday bash were Yvonne Green and Barbara BOOTH RENT AVAILABLE: BARBERS HAIR STYLISTS AND BRAIDERS NEEDED HOURS: :'. . MON-lHURs: 8:QOAM.8:30PM FRI-SAT: 8:00AM-9:30PM. SUNDAY: 9:30AM-4:00PM MAX;;"'': .. -MARKETING DIRECTOR (813) 972-5650 STems... (813) 918-5843 CELL !10/o:oFF-FIRSt.VISITl i Relaxers Perms Wraps : 1 Braids Twists Dreads Braids i --------------------------------------------------------------------MORE DESIGNS AT LOW PRJCESI OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11329 N. NEBRASKA AVE., TAMPA 813.972.5650 .. HOSTE..'iS ERRIE BLACK

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FINANCIAL FOCUS == ********************************** Mortgage Tips By Yolanda Y Anthony Ucensed Mortgage Broker (813) 223 Did You Know No Matter Where You Live In Florida You Are In A Flood Zone? That's right we are all in a Flood Zone in the state of Knowledge Is Key To Buying And Selling Real Estate Creditor's Rights Issues In Real Estate Transactions Creditors rights arise due to may also include fraudulent specific facts that characterize a transfers; preferential transparticular transaction, usually fers; untimely recordation and bankruptcy issues. However, it notices regarding value. Make LEGAL EASE By ATTY. RODERICK FORO I Workplace Survival Tip #67 I Unless your supervisor unscrupulous co-worker or calls yo u the "N-word" or supervisor has "discriminaphysically assaults you, you tory intent." will need to prove that you What is discriminatory were discriminated against intent? hy presenting "circumstan-In Slack v. Havens (9th tial" evidence of racial dis-Cir. 1975), Ms. Slack and crimination. three other African The appeals court for our American females were fired jurisdiction, the Eleventh when they refused to do Cit: .cuit Court of Appeals heavy cleaning, which their which sits in Atlanta, pub-white co-workers was not lished rulings that establish required to do. The Court what victim of work place ruled that discriminatory discrimination would need to intent may be inferred from .. . the defendant' s conduct. present a prima .facie case F th th C t h ld th t f 1 d ur er, e our e a o racia Jscnmi?atiOn. Title VII of the Civil Rights That four-part test Is as fol-A t f 1 964 d t c o oes no reqUire lows: the intent to discriminate,' (1) or a member but merely the intent to of a racial mmorlty; carry out a practice that had (2) he or she was subjected a discriminatory effect. to an adverse job action; Because the principle pur-(3) he or she was qualified pose of Title VII is to root to do the job; and out the discriminatory effeCt (4) similarly-situated coof employment practices. workers are not members of For more information, mail the plaintiffs group received all employment law quesm9.re treatment. / tions to RODERICK ; -This 'is called_McDonnell FORD, ESQ:, P.O. Box. Dpuglas test, because it is 173057, Tampa, Fl. 33672; upon a 1973 Supreme email: laboradvocate@fordCourt decision _called law.org: or call (813) 223-McDonnell Douglas vs 1200. Florida Approximately I in 4 flood disasters occur in areas with a low to moderate risk of flood ing. ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker Apex Lending, Inc P.O. Box 2I472 Tampa, Florida 33622 (8I3) 223-6ISI sure your title agent checked for these issues before you close If yc;>u have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Attorney Miriam L. Sumpter Richard at (8I3) 387-7724 or on the web at www.freshstartlawfirm.com. GOOD CREDIT CREDIT CHALLENGE 10014 N. DALE MABRY HWY Ste. 101 Tampa, FL 33618 (813) 931-0646 Phone (813) 931-4676 Fax WE PAY MORE* UGLY to BEAUTIFUL We Buy Houses Anv Condition Get ash Now! Foreclosures Distress CALL TODAY! House Hunter Outlet (813) 317 1-SDAYS4U Courteous Service EVERY Rome We BUY We Pay CASH FAST CLOSING ... Green. This test has been modified and applied to other types of tion, which will be covered in subsequent "Workplace Survival Tips" articles. CASH FOR YOUR HOUSE IN 3 DAYS TIP #68 Unless your supervisor calls you the "N-word" or physically you, you will need to prove that you were discriminated against by presenting "circumstantial" evidence of racial discrimination. Often the key question will be whether the Facing Forec losure? Behind on Bills? Sick and Tired? Harassed and House in Distress? If you've answered .. YES" then call me sage Properties Grou p, LLC .. Cell 81_ 3-727 Offiee 813-579-4266 Sellpromptly .com Free Consulting and No Commissions to Pay c l> l> c: C) c: (/) -t .... ...... I\) 0 0 ...... ., r-0 :D c :J> rJ) m z -t z m rI aJ c: rr-z ., c: aJ I c;; ::z: m c m < m :D -< -t c: m rJ) c :J> z c ""' a-: c

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,.._ 0 0 N ,..: -' I ..... w z z w en c( c i2 0 ..J LL. Classifieds Notice of Public Hearing A publ i c hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92 05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., September 4, 2007 at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department-of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058 REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 07-1309-CW, filed on 511612007 by Lamplighter Motel, represented by Michael D Homer, AICP of 14502 N. Dale Mabry Hwy #200, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-962 2395; requesting a zone change from CG to PD. The property is 0 86 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 12 Township 28 Range 18 or 12208 N. Florida Ave. Petition RZ 07-1310-GB, filed on 5/16/2007 by Country Lake Ventures, represented by Michael D. Homer, AICP of 14502 N Dale Mabry HYiy ., #200, Tampa, FL 33618, ph 813-962-2395, requesting a zone change from AR & RSB to PD. The property is 11.93 aaes :t and is i.JCated in all or parts 'of Section 24 Township 30 Range 19 and Section 29 Township 30 Range 20 orNE comer of Gibsonton & Old Gibsonton Dr. Petition RZ 07-1377-LU. /filed on 5/2112007 by Susan Sisk, represented by Engelhardt, Hammer & Assoc., Inc. of 3001 N. Roeky Point Dr. E., #300, TafTipa, FL 33607, ph 813-282-3855 requesting a zone change from ASC-f to PD The property is 7 84 acres and I s located in all or parts of Section 1 Township 27 Ra ng e 18orSE comerofNewberger. Rd. & U.S .Hwy. 41. . Petition RZ 071642 E L, fi led on 7/9/2007 by Rest Haven Memorial Park Inc., represented by James W. McKeehan of 5806 Neal Dr. Tampa, FL 33617, ph 813-626-2332, requesting a zone change from RSC-9 to RSC-3 . The property is 4.6 acres :t and is located in all or parts of Section 33 Township 28 Range 19 or NIS of E Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6 : 00p.m., September 5, 2007, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons w i shing to submit test i mony or other evide n ce in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed w i th the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 07-0429-NWH, filed on 12/18/2006 by Foley & Lardner, LLP of 100 N. Tampa St., #2700, Tampa FL 33602, ph 813-229 2300, request i ng a zone chan _ge from M to PD. The property is 24 83 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 7 Township 28 Range 17 or N/S of Race Track Rd. 400' NE of McCormick Dr. Petition RZ 07-0430-NWH, filed on 12/18/2006 by Foley & Lardner LLP of 100 N Tampa St. #2700, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-229-2300, requesting a zone change from M to PD. The property is 55 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 7 Townsh i p 28 Range 17 or NW corner of Race Track Rd & McCormick Dr. Petition RZ 07-0500-BR (Remand), flied on 1/4/2007 by Zons Development, represented by Engelhardt, Hammer & Assoc., Inc of 3001 N. Rocky Point Dr E, #300, Tampa, F L 33607, ph 813282 3855; requesting a zone change from M & PO (02-139) (02 250) to PD. The prop e rty is 144.33 acres :t and is located in all or parts of S ection 20, 29, 30 Township 29 R ange 20 or N E corner of Faulkenburg Rd. & Leroy Selman Expy. Petition RZ 07-1203-ER, filed on 4/30/2007 by Diaz Pearson & Assoc., Inc. of 1200 W. Platt St. #204, Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-258-0444, requesting a zone change from AM to "PD. The property is 56 83 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 7 Township 30 Range 22 or N/S of W Keysville Rd 20' E/0 the Seaboard Coastline Railroad. Petition RZ 07-1342 RU, filed on 511812007 by Thomas J Schreiber, represented by Mechanik, Nuccio Hearne & Webster, P A. of 305 S. Boulevard, Tampa FL 33606, ph 813-276-1920, requesting a zone change from AR to PD The property is 25.67 acres :t and is located in all or parts of Section 6 Township 32 Range 19 or SIS of 19th Ave. NW, 400' W/0 1st St. Petition RZ 071659-LU, filed on 7/11/2007 by Wade Bader, represented by E ngelhardt, Hammer & Assoc Inc. of 3001 N. Rocky Point Dr E., #300, Tampa, F L 33607 ph 813 -2 8 23855, requesting a z one change from RSC-4 to BP 0 The property is 1 .27 acres :t and is located in all or parts of Section 25 Township 27 Range 18 or SIS of E. Ch a pman Rd 200' W/0 N Nebraska Ave. Petition .RZ 071664-BYT, filed on 7/1212007 by Brick l emyer, Smolker & Bolves, P.A. of 500 E. Kennedy Blvd ., #200, Tampa, F L 33602, ph 813-223-3888, request i ng a zone change from PO (99-767) to BP 0 (R). The property is 6.24 aaes :t and is located in all or parts of Section 16 Township 30 Range 21 o r northwestwardly comer of Lithia Springs & Lithia Pineaest Rd. . i Petition RZ 0716 7 1 -T H, filed on 7/1212007 by Barbara J Gra ham, represented by Steve Allison of P O Box 16277, Tampa, F L 33687 ph 813988-9723, requesting a z one chang e from AR to AS-1_ T he proP;erty is 21. 72 aaes :t and is located in all or parts of Section 1 T ownship 28 Range 20 or N/S of Knigh f Griffin Rd., 350' E/0 Ed Denison Rd. r . . . . . . . .: ;. ( . ::i MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS ., t Hanna Ave., 200' E/0 45th St. Petition MM 07-0329-NWH (Remand) filed on 1217/2006 by Hogan Double Branch Joint Venture, LLC represented by E ng e lhardt, Hammer & AssOc.; Inc. of 3001 N. Rocky Point Dr. E ., #300, Tamp a, F L Petition RZ 071650I N C filed on 7/11 ri.007 by E arth Systems, 33607, ph 813-282 3855, requesting a major modification to a llow Box R e tail and Bank or Restaurant represented by Molloy & James of 325 S. Boulevard, Tampa, F L drive through. The property is 41. 7 aae s :t and is presently zoned PD-MU (96-308) It is located in all 33606, ph 813-254-7157, requesting-a zone change frOm RSC-6 to or parts of Section 19, 30 Township 28 Range 17 or SW corner of w. ftillsborough Ave & Double BP..O. (R) The property is 0 .42 acres :t and is located in all or parts Branch Rd. of Section 35 Township 28 Rarige 17 or EIS of SheldQn Rd. 500' N/0 Mohr Rd . Petition MM 071378 RV, filed on 5121/2007 by Alafia R iver Property GrQUp LLLP, represented b y 'MisonMiller Inc. of 2205 N 20th Sl and Holland & Night of 100 N. Tampa St., #400, Tampa f.L 33605, Petition RZ 07-1651-E R, filed on 7111/2007 by Radd Builders Inc ph 81322 3-0009, requesting a major modification to iriQ'ease FAR and to correct a saJv ener' error. The represented : by MOlloy & 325 s. Boulevard, T ampa, F L property is 10 4 acres and is presently zoned PO (06-0848) : It is located in all or parts of Sec:tion' 1 33606, ph 813-254-7157, requesting a zone charige from A5-1 to Township 30 Range 20 0r NIS of F rontage Rd (Access Rd .No 2), 100' SW ofFef"!] HIU Dr. BP-0 n. prqaty is 1 acre :t and is located in all or parts SeCtiOn 12 TOwnihip 29 Range 22 or NW corner of RalSton & S. County Une w FAX YOUR ADS 2417 TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Em-_illttdwards@flsentinel .com

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HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY HART RFP R07016 Bus Shelter Advertising The Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) will be accepting p roposals until 5:00P.M. eastern time, September 25, 2007 on a RFP ROl016 Bus Shelter Advertising. The RFP documents will be available for download from HART's website at www.hartline.org after 11:00 AM, on Monday. August 20, 2007 The documents can be located under the Purchasing Section. All inquiries pertaining to the specifications or any questions in reference to the proposal must be directed to: Damaris Cordova, Purchasing Agent, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority, 4305 East 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 (813) 623-5835 ext. 1170 or e-mail at cordovad@hartline.org. HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY HART RFP R07011 VENDING CONCESSIONAIRE The Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) will be accepting proposals until 2:00 P.M. eastern time, September 20, 2007 for Vending Concessionaire Services. The RFP documents will be available for download from HART's website at www.hartline.org after 11:00 AM, on Monday, August 20 2007. The documents can be located under the Purchasing Section. All inquiries pertaining to the specifications or ariy questions in reference to the proposal must be directed to: Lisa Harris, Purchasing Agent, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority, 4305 East 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 (813) 623-5835 ext. 1189 or e-mail at harrisl@hartline.org Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Board of County Commissioners, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 1:30 p.m., September 25, 2007, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department. All'interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Board of County Commissioners at the public hearing before the Board The decision regard the applications will be determined by a vote of the Board of County Commissioners during the course of the public hearing. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH T.O APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE A,;JD FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY .EED TC) ENSURE. THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth at (813) 276-2058. REVOCATION OF ALCOHOL SPECIAL USE PERMIT The following petitions will be herd beginning at 1:30 p.m.: PRS 05-2028-EL, filed on 0812312005 by Master Bruce Woodbury of the-HillsboroUgh County Sheriffs Office, 2008 E. 8th Ave . Tampa, Fl 33605, ph 813-247-8000, requesting the revocatioiJ of Alcoholic Beverage Permit SU 92-0152-AB utilized by Nighf Gallery Bottle Club at 10103 Hwy. 92 E. The permit is classified as a bottle club, which is a business establishment where no alcoholic beverages are sold but where patrons may keep or bring their own alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Competitive sealed qualificattons will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Brooksville Florida, and publicl y opened at the specified time for: RFP 010-07-EXPANDED DEVELOPMENT OF A WETLAND ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE (WAP) DATABASE. Responses are requested to be submitted by September 18, 2007 at 2:30p.m. Specifications may be obtained for a fee from the District's Internet website at http://www watermatters org/procurement or purchased from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211, extension 4132, or 1-800-423-1476 (Florida only) or TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida). Respondents requesting packages through the District will be charged copying and shipping/handling costs in accordance with District Policy 13-2 Administrative Fees. The District reserves the right to reject any or all responses received with or without cause. Michele P. Jones CPCM, CPP!3 Contracts Administrator REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Competitive sealed qualifications will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Man-agement District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened at the specified time for: RFP 012-07PALM RIVER RESTORATION PROJECT Responses are requested -to be submitted by September 20, 2007 at 2:30p.m. Specifications may be obtained for a fee from the District's Internet website at http://www.watermatters.org/procurement or purchased from the Office, Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211, extension 4132, or 1-800-423-1476 (Florida only) or TOO ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida). Respondents requesting packages through the District will be charged copying and shipping/handling costs in accordance with District Policy 13-2 Administrative Fees. The District reserves the right to reject any or all responses received with or without cause. Michele P. Jones, CPCM,CPPB Contracts Administrator t--FAX YOUR ADS 24n TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY HART RFP R07014 Call For Artists "HARTart in Motion" The Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) announced a public art opportunity for artists to provide public art for the HART West Tampa (TBC) transfer Center project to be constructed in fiscal Year 2007 through 2008. The Goal is to select a person or team to work with HART on a project at the transfer center within given exterior wall surfaces of the building which will be placed at the facility. The RFP documents will be available for download from HART's website at www hartline.org after 11:00 AM, on Friday, August 17, 2007. The documents can be located under the Purchasing Section. All inquiries pertaining to the specifications or any questions in reference to the proposal must be directed to: Damaris Cordova, Purchasing Agent, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority, 4305 East 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 (813) 623-5835 ext. 1170 or e-mail at cordovad@hartline.org. TAMPA LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT For STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS And INVITATION TO NEGOTIATE Tampa Bay Water is accepting written Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) for the one-year, As-Needed Strategic Communications Contract. Requested consulting services span a broad range of public relations and communications disciplines related to the agency's daily activities and capital improvement initiatives. General work includes but is not limited to strategic communications planning, crisis communications, public relations writing, media relations, emergency response communications, and public involvement program development and implementation. The mandatory submission requirements are available by calling the Tampa Bay Water Records Department at (727) 796-2355, or via the Internet at www.tampabaywater.org after Aug. 14, 2007 Request "As-Needed Strategic Communications Information Packet, Contract# 2008-13." Firms will be selected based on qualifications in accordance with the provisions of Tampa Bay Water's procurement policies. Interested firms must deliver three copies of Statements of Qualifications to the Records Department, Tampa Bay Water, 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater, FL 33763, on or before 3:00 pm EST Sept. 5, 2007, addressed to Michelle Rapp, Public Affairs Officer. Indicate "As-Needed Strategic Communications, Contract #2008-13." TAMPA WATER ... .., .. lEGAL ADVERTISEMENT For STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS And INVITATION TO NEGOTIATE Tampa Bay Water is accepting written Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) for the one-year, As-Needed Design and Creative Services Contract. General work includes, but is not limited to, comprehensive strategic communications planning for communications publications and campaigns; copywriting for various collateral pieces and print and broadcast advertising; art direction and graphic design capabilities; print and broadcast and media planning and purchasing The mandatory submission requirements are available by calling the Tampa Bay Water Records Department at (727) 796-2355, or via the Internet at www.tampabaywater.org after Aug. 14, 2007. Request "As-Needed Design and Creative Services, Contract# 2008-12." Firms will be selected based on qualifications in accordance with the provisions of Tampa Bay Water's procurement policies. Interested firms must deliver three copies of Statements of Qualifications to the Records .Department, Tampa Bay Water 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater, FL 33763, on or before 3:00 pin EST Sept. 5, 2007, addressed to Michelle Rapp, Public .Affai.rs Officer. Indicate "As-Needed Design and Creative SEn'ices, Contract #2008-12." PUBLICATION DEA-DLINES TUESDAY EDITION FRIDAY @ 3;00 .P. M FRIDAY EOITtON -TUESDAY@ ;too P M ., AI c )> c: G) c: en .... ....... N 0 0 ....... "T1 r-0 en m z =! z m r-1 aJ c: r rm z "'D c: aJ r-c;; ::1: m c m -t c: m en c )Itt z c "T1 0 (i) m CD o

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AAIEEO Employer Seeking Administrative Assistant Part-Time HOURS 2 :00 p m -7 :00 p m Some Accounting A Plus Send Resume To: Credilunion@bible-based. org Or Call 813-964-9696 After 2:00 p.m. Loan Officers Wanted No Experience OK Inside Major Mall in Tampa FIT & PIT Commission Paid Potential To Make Great Money While Learning the Mortgage Business! Limited # Of Positions Available. Don't Delay! Self Motivated, Professional Appearance A Must Ca II: 813-977-9897 Or Email: infinitylending@gmail.com Daycare Teachers For Toddlers And Two Years Old Classrooms Experienced 40 Hour Training Required Full Time Call (813) 626-6836 For More Information NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7-3 $10 00$11 .00 3-11 $11.00-$12.00 Great Benefits 401 k Raise In April Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 E. Fletcher Big Ideas: Big Opportunities. The Uniersity of Somh Florida is one of America's leading national research inslitDlions aud the ninth lugest university in the nation with campuses throughout tbe Greater Tampa Bay region. We offer a competitiYe benefits package that includes medical, dental and life insurance plans, retirement plan options, tuition program, generous leave programs, career advancement and more! LICENSED MENTAL COUNSELOR/SOCIAL WORKER #113.53 -Counseling Center -USF SL Petersburg. Provides mental health se"ices through individual, group, and couples counseling, crisis inte"ention, and consultation inclnding alcohol and drug shon-term treatment and referral. This position se"es as a primary resource for alcohol and drug preention, education and inte"ention and includes designing and implementing education training, workshops, and assessment Be a part of a dynamic diverse enYironment that generates bold ideas and creative solutioDS. Join us to make a difference. For additional information regarding these positions, candidates should visit: www.usr.edu/Jobs or call the Job Line at (813) 974-2879. . USF is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access University. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA TAMPA ST. PETERSBURG SARASOTA MANATEE LAKELAND FullTime Openings For The Following Positions In Group Home Resldntlal Setting: Clinicians: Seeking a counselor with a master's degree and a counselor with a bachelor's degree in counseling or related field. Counselor with bachelor's degree must have two years' experience working with children. Salary based on experience. Maintenance Services: Seeking maintenance person responsible for servicing maintenance requests and conduct ing preventive maintenance. Varied, progressive experience preferred. Pay based on experience. Residential Care Staff and Supervisor: Seeking staff and supervisor with bachelor's degrees or experience in residential care. Professional attitude and team apprqach required. We offer excellent health benefits and 401 (k) plan. Apply At: . 8052 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL 33617 or. Fax Rtsumt To 813-914-8873 Or Mail To: P.O. Box 9451, Tampa, FL 33674 Background Screenings, Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer A Ministry of First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Dr. Sam L Maxwell Financial Management Analyst Tampa Bay Water is currently seeking an accounting professional to perform financial accounting and cash 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 limited to, execution of cash and investment transactions and recording of transactions. 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 BA/BS 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 experience Salary will be determined based upon exp. and qual. Submit an employment application available at www.tampabaywater.org. No telephone calls please. Submit the completed application to hr@tampabaywater.org or mail/fax to Tampa Bay Water, Attn: Human Resources, 2575 Enterprise Rd, Clearwater, FL 33763; FAX 727-791-2339. Applications accepted until 8/17/07. We hire only US citizens, lawfully authorized alien workers and individuals who can pass a thorough background check. EOE; VP Lease Option To Purchase 3804 N. Tampa Street Tampa, FL Payments $1 ,250.00/Monthly 4/2/1 Call (813) 931-0646 Lease To Buy 4/2 Owner Will Pay All Closing Cost Also Available For Rent -2/1 Section 8 Welcome 813-775-8624 Purchase A Home First Time Home Buyers 100% Financing Available For Credit Scares 580 And Above Hillsborough County & City of Tampa Buyers Assistance Accepted! 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Humphry 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Homes CHA, $750.00/Monthly $750.00/Deposit Duplex 8203 N Alaska 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath, CHA, Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800.00/Month $800. 00/Deposit No Section 8 Call (813) 453-0123 Progress Village Area 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath W/D Hook-Up CHA, Ceiling Fans Tile Floors Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 293-8431 Section 8 OK Temple Terrace 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Inside Laundry, $1 ,056 00/Monthly Please Phone (813) 899-9787 2806 N. 16th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath W/D Hook-up, CHA $1 ,000 00/Monthly $800.eO/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (404) 290-3277 East Tampa Home Spacious 2/1, CHA Fenced, WID Hookup Water Included $950.00 Monthly +Deposit Section 8 Accepted (813) 451-9624 Ready For Move In Jackson Heights Area 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced Yard, Central Air/Heat, WID Hookup $900.00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 632-9452 Section 8 OK West Tampa Corner Of St. Conrad &Albany 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Inside laundry, Huge living Room, large. Front Porch $1 ,200 00/Monthly (813) 899-9787 PUBLICATION Tuesday Edition Friday @ 3 : 00 p m Friday Edition -Tuesday@ 3 :oop.m CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITONAl WORD OVER 2q_ THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD FAX YOUR ADS 2417 TO: (113) 248-H11. Or Emllll: ledwa.............._com 3403 N. 48th Street House For Rent 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Section 8 Welcome Or (813) 495-7481 Condo Dale Mabry Area 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Good Area Section 8 Ready Call Kenny Rushing (813) 227-9240 1210 E. 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Jefferson Street Studio Water & Trash $465 CO/Month l y Call (813) 966-5760 University Area Snow Sun Villas 12301 N.11th Street 2/1 $650 00/Monthly Includes Water On Site Laundry Facility 813-971-0341 River Pines Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY Active independent living for 55+, quiet park-like setting, shopping, transportation, social activities, riverfront living Efficiencies and 1-bedroom apartments starting at $360.00 per month. 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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 1 WDH Large Backyard Close To Busline Section 8 Only (813) Duplex For Rent Sulphur Springs 10512 Aster Avenue $625 .00 Per Month Need 1st Month + Last Month Rent Call (813) 621-2820 Or (813) 9856-0020 10009-A N. 14th Street ?11, WID Hook-up, CHA Section 8 Accepted $700 00/Monthly $350 00/Deposit .Call (8f3) 986-3205 : Or (813) 31 West Tampa 2102-A Palmetto Street 2 Bedrooms/ 1 Bath CHA, Utility Room, VVDH, Water Paid $725.00 Monthly $550.00.Deposit Call (813) 223-5214 Grant Park Area 3421-A North 52nd Street , 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath ... WDH; Central AIC $700 00/Monthly I l Please Call (813) USF Area Duplex 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile & Paint New Appliances $600.00/Monthly + Security Deposit Section 8 Ok (813) 263-6460 1 & 2 Bedrooms Available University Area Low Security Deposits Call 'IWNV REALPROPERTYWORX COM Section 8 ONLY Duplex -Move In Special 3 / 1 Nice Area, Washer/Dryer Hook-Up, CHA Large Fenced Backyard Call (813) 789-3879 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 8431 N. 39th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Upstairs Apartment Central Heat & Air $650.00/Rent $350.00/ Deposit (81_ 3) 299-5669 Apartment/Duplex Available NOW Section 8 Tampa Heights 3/1 Duplex And 2/1 Apartment CHA; WSG Included WID Hook-ups .... Call 813-210-0287 Tampa Heights Duplex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Large Kitchen Close To Downtown $600.00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 10009-A N. 14th Street 2 Bedroom, WDH Central AIC Section 8 Welcomed $700.00/Monthly $350.00/Deposit Call (813) 986-3205 .Or (813) 310-8598 : West Tampa Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom Duplex W/WTile, 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 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR FOR OVER 82 YEARS Duplexes 3/2 8603/8605 N 15th St. 2/1 10001 N. Annette 2/1 804 E. 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MLK Blvd. Rooms For Rent -Single Male Preferred .Call (813) 963-0703 Only A Few Left Room For Rent $125.00 Per Week + Deposit Air Condition Kitchen Privileges 802-4930 Room For Rent 2409 19th Avenue Older Man Or Woman Working Or Retired Preferred Available Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1000 East 26th Avenue Please Call (813) 494 3343 5709 East 30th Street Fully Remodeled Rooms F o r Rent $120 00 Weekly Call Tyrone 1-800-890-7639 Hyde Park 1507 North A Street Cable, Kitchen Privileges AIC Near Busline Depos it-$80 00 Rent $115 .00 And Up (813) 293-4883 Rooms For Rent Furnished Kitchen Facilities Single Males Preferred Drug Area .:Phone (a1' 3 247-3581 :. Or (813) 9 65-5931 -Efficiencies Large Living Room, Cable, Lights And Water Included $225.00 Weekly $200.00 Deposit Phone (813) 915-9406 Clair Mel Area Room For Rent Private Bathroom Shared Kitchen And Living Room $130.00-$175.00 Weekly $' 00. 00/Deposit Call (813) 545-9139 Available Now Senior Citizens Preferred $550 00 & 600.00/Monthly Includes Washer/Dryer Private Bath Telephone (Local} And Satellite lV Call (813) 273-9187 Or (813) 965-4434 2928 N. 18th Street Room For Rent 55 Years And Older Preferred $120 00/Weekly $120 00/Deposit Call (813) 231-2023 (813) 506-3948 Gary Room For Rent $100 00 Per Week + Deposit, Air Condition Kitchen Privileges Call (813) 285-8147 East Jackson Heights Large Fully Furnished Room For Rent $ 125. 00 Weekly $115 00 Deposit AIC Cable Access Phone (813) 236-4816 West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kit c hen, Furnished $80 00-$100 00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 477-7734 Kennedy Blvd. & Howard Ave. Roome Male Roommates Preferred. 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