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Celebraril 62 lears In The Tan 1 pa Bav 4rea A ___ __ II ., Resident urdere : In / Front Of Apartment County Atty. Gets New Contract SEE PAGE 2 Tampan OK After arthquake In Peru SEE PAGE 3 NAACP Addresses Budget Layoffs SEE PAGE 3 Man Jailed In Ybor Shooting SEE P AGE 23 RECENTLY MARRIED Ms. Consuela Otis and Mr. Frank Everett were married on July 7, 2007. Their wedding was at Emmanuel Cathedral Church of God in Christ with the pastor, Superintendent Jesse Smalley, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Otis, Jr. are the parents of the bride. The groom's mother is Ms Annie Johnson. . Mr. and Mrs. Everett are making their home in Riverview.

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,.... 0 0 N FEATURES ... N t; :::: CJ :::: County Attomey Awarded New Contract; Picked Among Top In < >=' C( c CJ) w BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor :::: While listening to the rave reviews, heaped upon her Wednesday afternoon, Hillsborough County Attorney Renee Lee, felt nothing but pride and honor. "It really made me proud, .. she said, adding, "however, it represents the work the entire staff has done.,. Atty. Lee, who has been in the area for the past two years, was given a renewed contract last Wednesday by the Hillsborough County Commis-sion that extends to August, 2010. She received a 2-1/2% salary increase. For the third year, the County Attorney's position has been under the County Commission "and the posiC tion is maturing with the a: Board. A relationship has. u. developed that is working C very well. In the. past the position was under the County Administrator. 0 As she looks to the future, CJ) w :::: ATIY. RENEE F. LEE Atty. Lee realizes that the next few years will be very tough. "The world is changing around us because of the budget cuts. But the cutbacks won't affect the quality of service that we'll provide. We'll have to do some readjusting, but that can be done, .. she said. Atty. Lee enrolled her son, Parker, into his first year of college last week. Her daughter, Chelsea is an 11th grade student this school term. She that she and her husband, Frank (an employee with Wachovia) are gradually becoming a part of the community. While she and her family are becoming a part of the community, Atty. Lee was recently appointed to the Commission on Open Government by Governor Charlie Crist. This Commission reviews the public's right to access government meetings and records. She was also honored by Florida Trend maga zine as one of so government attorneys named as Florida's Legal Elite. Atty. Leeearned her undergraduate degree from Fisk University and the juris doctorate from the University of Florida. She has membership in several Bar and legal organizations, the National Forum of Black Public Administrators, Athena Society, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and numerous other affiliations. > a: w > w fa Muslim Association -To Honor Citizens At Fundraiser %: CJ) ::i m :::: Q. z t= w ..J ..J :::: m I ..J w z t= z w CJ) < c -a: 0 ..J &L BY GwENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor The Tampa Bay Muslim Association will be hosting its annual fundraiser on Saturday, August 25, 2007 The event, which includes a Comedy Extravaganza, will be held at the Renaissance Hotel at the International Mall. The time is 6-10 p. m. According to Mrs. Ifraj ElAmin, the purpose of the fundraiser and comedy extrav aganza "is to help establish a Community Mentoring Center here in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area .... We are oommitted to serving all peo ple and ... rebuilding appropri ate family life ... This year's event will honor two community persons. The Najiyyah Shaheed Community Service Award will be presented to Brother Alfred Shabazz. He is described as an experienced barber and an excellent cook. He not only gives much of his services to the community, he produces a lot of the food products that he sells in the community. He donates regularly to the homeless shelters and the disN .abled veterans in the St. W Petersburg area. Throughout CJ the Muslim community, Brother Shabazz is well BROTHER ALFRED KENNY P. RUSHING Marcus Garvey Economic Achievement Award Recipient SHABAZZ Najiyyah Shaheed Community Service Award Recipient in numerous real estate businesses. He enjoys making known for preparing superb depressed houses into beauti cuisine and volunteering his ful family homes. services. He boasts of being a The guest speaker for long-lived student of Imam Saturday's event is Imam W. D. Mohammed of the Fruqan Muhammad of American Muslim Society. Atlanta, GA. He will be sharThe 2007 Marcus Garvey ing views on "The Value of Economic Achievement Award Mento ring." The master and will be presented to Kenny P. mistress of ceremonies will be Rushing, President and CEO Jarvis El-Amin and Mrs. of Rehabbers Superstore. Chloe Coney. Entertainment is also the founder of for the evening will be provid House Hustler's Movement ed by Bernar.d "BK" established locally, that he Jackson, 11, and comedians, aspires to take to a nationwide LC and CAIR's own Ramey level. Kille. As a motivational speaker, author and philanthropist, Rushing has been successful For additional information or to obtain tickets (813 7855759 or (813) 787-6652. Father Of Thnaa Loses Battle With Leukemia BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter A 35-year old father lost his battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), this past weekend. Mr. Joseph Grimsley died at Moffitt Cancer Center shortly after noon, Sunday Mr. Grimsley attended the school of his Pinellas County and earned his G E .D. He was. a member of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church of Tarpon Springs. His mother, Ms. Ethel Grimsley said, He liked to work and began working at a very early age. When he was younger, he liked motorcycles, but after he matured, he dedicated himself to his family. He was a loving husband, father, and son," Ms. Grimsley said of her youngest son Prior to becoming ill, Mr. Grimsley worked for APSCO Appliance Center. Mr. Grimsley was first diag nosed with the illness in August 2006, 3 months after he became ill and sought medical treatment. There was no family history of the disease. Throughout his illness, his mother held several bone marrow drives hoping to find a matching donor to help her son. Ms. Grimsley said, "I want to thank everyone for their prayers and concern. I am going to continue my ntission because I really MR. JOSEPH GRIMSLEY Oct. 8, 1971 --Aug. 19, 2007 want African Americans to step up to the plate and help euch other." Mr. Grimsley is survived by his wife, Mrs. Adriana Evette Grimsley; children, Asia, Joe'L, and Adah; mother, Ms. Ethel Grimsley; father, George; brother, George, Jr., step sister, Patricia, and other family members and friends. Funeral services for Mr. Grimsley are pending, but have been tentatively planned for Saturday. Young's Funeral Home, 1005 Howard Sfrclt, Clearwater, FL J37S6, is in charge of handling arrangements. Anyone wishing to contact Ms. Grimsley can reach her at her home (727) 53C>-1566; her cell phone (727) 742-oo2o ; or by c nrnil at ethelgrimsley686i>hotmail.com. HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED IN A Were You HurtY Need A Good Doctor And Someone Who Will Properly Document Your CaseY Need Your Car FixedY Need A Ride To The Doctor! Friendly and Courteous Staff Members If You Answered YES To Any Of These Questions, Then You Need To Call Me Now "Havins Been In Several Accidents MJfself. I Know Just What To Do To Get The Best Results For Vou"ll Before You Sian Up With Else, C.D He. Services AN FREE And Cen Help Keep You fl'om Hald11111 A Costlr HlstU.I Must be 21 w-rs of age, have a credit card & e valid driver's license, while we do wour work. Minimum $1,500-00 Estimate. Provided Bw: CLASSIC PAINT 6 BODY

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FEATURES -1 c: m C/) Tampa Native Survives Earthquake In Peru NAACP Committee Concemed About Blacks Affected By Layoffs c l> :< l> c: C) c: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter Last Wednesday, an earthquake registering 7 9 on the Richter Scale shook the coast line of Peru. In its wake, more than 300 people were killed and those injured totally more than Soo. As the news of the powerful earthquake spread, one Tampa family held their breath awaiting news of their daughter. After fr.um Spelman College, Ms. Khaliah Fleming, 24, decid ed to become a Peace Corps volunteer. she has been assigned to the country of Pel'\t for nearh two vears. Mrs. Sharon Fleming s:tid she hml reccivl'd a \'oice messilgl' fmm her daughter l'ilrlier in tlw ewning around (>:45 l>.m. Rut it was not until a flW hours latlr thilt Fleming llanwd about thl in Peru. ") immediittdy startld trying to makl l ontact with her, hut I couldn't get through because illl of the cirpcd. I was gh1d that' I kept trying because I learned that she couldn't call out. Wespoke itgairi nro\ind 7 a.m., :md talked about 5 minutes before the call dropped again," Ms. Fleming said. On Friday, KhaJiah was :1blc to send out her first elllilil since the enrth<1uake. The subject line snid simply, "I'M jAttorney Eric T. Taylor I CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 7 (81 259-4444 Former ;\sst. ;\ttorne\' (;eneral for Florid: Former C uunt\ J>rusccutur I lllc hi.ring or a l < mycr is an impnrtant dt:cision that s hnuld n n t h .. hascd so l ely upon adi 'I.'I1N'Illl.'nts lklurc yuu d, .. kd .. : ask us II> send yuu free 1\'Jittcn inli>mwtiun ahout nur qualilicatiull' and cxj"ll.!riclll'C. 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 fii!i!i!il Tampa, FL 33602 -;:;5;;9 .... Phone #: (813) 223 .. 3900 11w hiri11,: 1 to. .;Ml h., hOl"oC'\1 ,.a-k-ly Uf"ttl H Reporter Ir-is B. Holton can be contacted at (813) "T1 248-1921 or by e-mail at ::Zl i1"is@t7sentinel,com. 6 Correction The phone number listed in the Grace Gospel Chtistian Bookstoac advertisement in Friday's issue was incorrect. T h e correct phone number is (813) 516-1206. Clarification The founding of the :\It. Pleasant Standard Base d School was a tive effort between Blake Alumni Friends. Randolph Kinsey. Chair. and l\lt. PleaHant :\I. B Church. A n article i n Friday's issue was not dear.

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,.... 0 0 N EDITORIALS I COLUMNS FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 2111 Avenue. T"'"""" Fbrxla 33605 (813) 248 PubliShed Every Tuesday a nd Fnday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of PI.Ciklhers Assooaton (NNPA) ono Amalgotnalod P.-ro. Inc:.,-Vorl<. C 1890-84 CP TIITMII8Intematsonal POSTMASTER: Send AddrOA Chonge To: Floriclo Senllnol Bullotln, P.O.IIox:IJU T-. FL -1 Po..ooocol P-PM! AI T ..... FL W.W.Anchwo 117C-11131(1V1V) C. Blytho And,_o 1801-1177(1M5) Fou-. C. BL 'flliE ANDREWS, JR. CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUB USHER C. BL 'flliE ANDREWS 111, PRESIDENTJCONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscrlptions-$44.00-Per Year Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year One Edition. OpilliOnlolll"naedon--olll'il-byColumnisll..-GuestWrilell, do nat necessarily rwlled: lhe edilarialllance ol The Aortct.. Sentinel Bulletin 01 the PubUsher Sgt. Ron Harrison Remembered I extend our condolences to the family and coi workers of Hillsborough County Sheriff -Sergeant Ronald Harrison, who was killed in the line of duty. While he took an oath to protect and defend the lives of citizens of Hillsborough County and this nation, even at the risk of his own life, that he died 0 at the hands of a racist is unthinkable. By all accountS, if sp. Harrillon was loved and admired by all who knew Q z c Q Cf) Ill him. . Few people leave the kind of le1acy left by Sit. Harrblon u alltellar law enforcement oft'icer, father, coach, friend and teac:her. Indeed, hbi impact on the Uva of those who were bleued to haw known him will leave a la11tiag memory for future Therefore, we salute him and we all have been blnsed to have been served by him. W Moreover, the greatest testament we can relegate to > w Sgt. Harrison is, for us all to work to stamp out hatred, 0 bigotry and discrimination. We should address racism and all other acts of intolerance whenever and wherevfn er we encounter them. Moreover, no one, especially :::i m our law enforcement officers should have to go through life worrying about whether or not they will G. z die because of a sniper's bullet, simply because of the C: color of their skin. Sgt. Harrison's love for Hillsborough County's citi...1 zens transcended color. He was loved and admired by m people of all races and backgrounds. Let us emulate the love for humanity shown by Sgt. Harrison. "' z i= z "' t/) < c a: 0 ..... u.. Day Of Protest Against Illegal Gunsl. .. . -... ..Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., founder and president of Rainbow PUSH Coalition, wants to do something about it by calling for a national day of protest against illegal guns across America on August 28th. At least 20 major cities have planned events which include rallies, candlelight vigils, marches, memorial bell ringing ceremonies, press conferences and "lie-ins" wherein people will lie down in the streets representing the number of people killed in each city by gun violence. We hope Tampajoins the list of participating cities. Judging by what's been going in Ybor City, we'd say there indeed, is a need. Furthermore, this publication and major daily newspapers print far too many news reports of handgun violence for the situation to be ignored. Practically every one of our readers may either own a gun, knows some-,.. one who does own a gun, or knows someone who either W has been injured or murdered by someone wieldin1a CJ pan. Since its. hu buUt and hu Black American History By Rudolph Harris Yes, We Need The NAACP And Others he late Malcolm X must continue to re-evaluate once said, "We need a ourselves. Listen to Dr. Black mafia in every Carter G. Woodson, "When city, in every state in the you control a man's thinking, union." The idea behind this you do not have to worry remark was that effective conabout his actions. You do not trol of Black leadership could have to tell him not to stand only be disciplined by such here are go yonder. He will control. find his proper place and will People who cannot exercise stay in it. You do not need to democracy with power must send him to the back door. He exercise such through the barwill go without being told. In rei of a gun. So, let the NAACP fact, if there is no back door, be reborn. Send us as many he will cut one for his special Dr. Martin Luther King's ben-efit. His education makes as possible. We've got to conit necessary." tinue the fight for freedom Finally, Dr. Woodson and justice in this land. Let us explains the bottom line, not be forced to fold our tents "History show that it does not or turn to _on _the matter i"n power ... those ,, afterma-th of whe're We _are,: Y{hO ha.ve to do for today. Send us the powerful themselves and have to \roices of old. depe-nd S!Jlely on others, never As African-Americans, we obtain .any more rights or privileges in the end than they did in the beginning. We must hear Dr. Woo'dson here again for this significant point: "The Negro church, however although not a shadow of what it ought to be, is the great asset of the race. It is a part of the capital that the race must invest in to make its future." Finally says Woodson, "The Negro church has taken the lead in education in the schools of race, it has supplied a forum for the thought of the highly educated Negro, it has originated a large portion of the business conttolled by Negroes, an'd in many cases it has made it possible fo1 Negro professional men to exist." (To be continued.) My Point Of View Ill adults feel they ave a duty and an igation to educate our children. They feel that they children must have the best education p<;>ssible to pre pare them for the world. Some may feel tP,at some children don't want to go to school or don't want to excel. But that's not true. Children throughout the country are very much con cerned about their education. This week, the air has been filled with the anticipation of returning to school. The excitement is infectious! Children all over the country have been impatiently waiting the first day of school since the beginning of the month. Those youngsters who are leaving home for the first time might be a little apprehensive about going to a strange place. Yet, many of them have been By Iris Holton walking around with their little book bags for the past week. The first graders can't wait to get to school to find out who their teachers are and if they will be seated next to their friends. And of course, the six graders are excited because they, are now ventur ing into the wonderful world of middle school. First time high school stu dents can hardly wait for the class bells to ring because they have truly arrived. They are now in HIGH SCHOOL (no longer a baby and finally out of those uniforms, right). Those entering the senior year of high school are now the ones other students' look up to and they are happy about that. Of course, they have an image to portray so everything must be perfect. But, the excitement and anticipation doesn't stop there. Those first time college students probably couldn't sleep because of the anticipa tion of being treated like an adUlt! They are finally on their own and loving every minute of it. And even returning college students me excited about retuming to school in. a famil iar atmosphere, getting their own apartments, or having a car on campus. But for whatever the reason, children are happy to be returning to school. They probably woke before the alarm clock sounded and they are off and running! Now, if we can find a way to harness that excitement and anticipation, then half the bat tle of educating them will be won. Children have a good year in school! a gun-toting society that has earned gun manufacturers billions of dollars annually. Moreover, currently, it is estimated American civilians have more than 200 million firearms in their personal possessions. Each year, more Americans are killed by guns than the total number of soldiers killed in Iraq, nine times over. As a matter of fact, more than uo,ooo people are treated for bullet wounds each year and at least one third of them die from their wounds. No doubt, there should be stiff penalties and fines for possession ofillegal weapons. No one other than the military and law enforcement personnel should have possession of AK47s, Mt6s, machine guns or other assault weapons. Consequently, we urge our readers either to destroy or tum in unregistered handguns or secure legal per-mits. MoreK'a", if you own a lepl weapon, make certain you take a clan Ia gun-safety. No, pns cloa't ldU people. People ldU people. lktt ownlftiiUfUI makes murder a whole lot euler. Think about it. Get witle! Pus It oa!

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. COLUMNS c: m CJ) T h e Sol e-Man Speaks What Surprises Everybody, But Usl G reetings, Tampa-St. Petersburg and a ll the ships at sea! So, what s h a ll we talk abou t today? .. Shall we tal k about w hat talk i n g about? Shall we ta l k about good ol' B uddi Johnson H i llsborou g h El ectio n s Superv isor -w ho h as ended u p bein g more tha n $1.32 milli o n in d ebt, on less t h a n a h un d re d fifty thou sand dollar a y ear salary? T h e y s a y local banks gave Buddy a deal w here he d pay 5% down a nd w as able to sign for loan s totaling $381,308 and $71,511, r e spect i v e ly on hi s $132 ,000 a y ea r salary. That means i f you made $t;3,000 a y ear (and y ou were Buddy ,John s on) you would b e able to get a bank loan of at l e ast $95 ,000. LOOKOUT, B ANK OF Al\1ERICA! HERE I C OME Yeah, w e c ould t1\lk a bout that. Or, we co11ld talk about an article that made the papers, n l ittle whi l e < lgo; tha t h a d ;Lo; its head I in e ,_ .. B 1 a c k s..; l'"lurclereti More Thari Oth e r Racial Group s Now, supposed ly that shock e d a lot o fpeople! I do not know why it s hocked a lot of peo ple, or where those lot of peo pl e lune been living, for the pas t two centuries, but the nation<1l news media told us that th e ide1i of Black peopl e being recipients for the MOST MURDERED PRIZE OF AMERICA wa s a thing mos t folks hadn't thought abou t Now I don't know about YOU, but in my opinion, what I just told you certainly seems to be something that you and I ought to talk about. So it's sealed! That's what w e will talk about, today: Bl ack Ame rican s r ecetvmg a Pulitzer Prize for the ultimate Black-on-Black crime rate The study was done by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, whi c h wa.s sponsore d by th e U. S Justice Department. Targ e t y e ars were from 2 001 to 2005. The subject was the tracking of a pattern, which saw Black people being "disproportionat e ly victimized by viol ent crime." And this i s what it found "From 2001 to 2005, mo re than nine out of ten Black murder victim s were killed by othe r Black s, and three outof-four Bla c k p eople w e r e slain with a gun. Black Americans -who comprise 13% of the overall population were victims in 15% of non fatal violent crimes." So wrote t h e Bureau of Jus tice Statistics. But tha t was only t h e tip of t h e iceberg. Additionally fin d ings announced, "Bla c k m e n were more like l y to be crime victims t han Black w o m e n ; Bla c k mu rder vic t ims w e r e most ofte n younger tha n w h ite or H ispani c homi c id e vic ti ms, an d Blac k peopl e in poor o r urba n households wer e more likely to be vic ti mized tha n those on higher income or rural are as Said a l a w profes sor a t prestigiou s Universit y of Toledo "Blac k victimization is a r eal problem, and it is a n as p ec t that has to be brought into an y attempt to address the crime p roblem, which the community itself must be called in to .. a ssist B egging your p c: C) c: jGood Friends Are Good To Havelj \a ood friends are good to have. If you don't believe me, ask Michael Vick. I n case you h ave not been l ocked u p in King Tut's t omb for t h e l as t coup l e of mo nths, t hen you know that Atlanta's quarterback Michae l Vick and t h ree o f h is friends have been in dic t e d b y the F e ds Th e indictment c h a r ges the four w ith op e r at ing a n ill e g a l d og fightin g o p e r a ti o n. Th e y are also ac c used of some a bu s i ve dog killi n g. Now if Vick and his friends are gu i lty as charg e d the n the y should be pupished But let us forget the charges for a minute. L e t us look at Vick's frie nds Thes e are guys that Vick has known and been friends with since childhood. These are fri ends th a t Vick let live in a house.that h e owns. Most impor-tantl y, these a re guys th a t Vick h as b as i c ally taken care o f since be became quarterback of the Atlanta Falcons These are guys that Michael Vick believes to be his true friends. Now I am not suggest ing that Mike's frie nd s cover up cr imi na l ac t ivit i es. I know they knew w hat they were doing was wrong and that they could go to jail. When they came face-to-face w i t h t h at poss ib ility, they gave up Michael Vick f a st e r tha n b a n k telle r s use d t o g ive up the m oney -to Jesse James during a bank robbery. T ho se three gentle m en, a nd excuse me for calling them gentle men, didn't consider for one moment that Michael Vick was their friend and their provid er. These three f ri ends of M ichael' s went to blam in g him so fas f for the illegal dog fighting operation, until the stenographer processing their conf e ssion couldn t k ee p up The ir attitud es appe a red to be, we are goin g to jail a nd we are gbing t o take our friend, Mike to jail with us The purpose of this article is not to defend or protect Mr. Vick. It instead, is intended to point ou t how fast friends can t urn on you. O n t h e other hand, it is Vic k's fault. First of all, he should have had better sense than to either engage i n or be associated wit h i n d ividuals that engaged in t hi s heinous activ ity. Als o Vick kn ew th ese guys b ackgroun d and t h eir crimina l records. H e kne w that they were like snakes He also kn e w that a snake would bite y o n at a n yti me. Th ese s n akes wast e d no time biting Vick. E v e r ybody and especia ll y prof essi onal athlet e s need to be ver y care fu l in sel ec t ing their friends, the people the y associate with and the places wher e the y go. The big fish in the Bad N e w z K e nn e l dog fighting oper a ti o n is Michael Vick, a nd n o t his friends Fr i ends? Oops! 0 0 ..... 'TI r 0 0 )> (/) m z z m r I And That s The Way It Is ID c: rr By S H ERNA BLAIR RICH z "tt c= aJ r 'In The Line of Dutyl' u; l: m c Bec ause we continue to live in a period of time where Black American men are n t taken seriously for the i r contribut ion to countr y a nd c ommuni ty, we'll alway s w e lcom e any opportunity to provide credence that speaks to the very opposite . Because of longstanding anci fr esh stereotypes, Black Am erican men h a \' e n ever been give n their just due. Poignantly, Black American men have been under assault in this country since the first African sla\'e s e t foot on A m eri can soil. For sttre we'd like to b e li e v e that we'r e tntly living in both a time and plac e where '"all men are created e qual. Unfo rt unately, this has n ever b ee n the case for the A f rican sl a v e or hi s d escend a nts Ao; o i this p rint, Tampa's Black Am e ric;m comm\mity mourns still our loss of three outstanding pillars that h elp to di spe l a nd pro\' e the a d a ge, without a s hadow of a d o ub t, y e s a good m a n i s hard to find Jn a time wh e n prmiding e xa mples of stre n gth, perse v e r a nce .and famil y t o young Black American men is so few and far b e tw e en, it's impe r ative that we go deeper. B e cause it's inher e ntl y crucial to th eir future(s) a s w ell as the futu re of Black A m eri c a, it's im pe rativ e that th e in d ividual and collective legacies left by each of the.:following men become an impetus leading us to answer the proverbial ques tion Wh a t now?" Mr. Henry Cabot Lodge Bohler was Tampa's firs t Black American licensed electrician. Prior to that, Mr. Bohler achieved great status as on e of the member s of the infa m o u s Tuskegee Airmen Th ese w e r e the first all Bla ck aviation unit in World W a r II. Mr. Bohler was 17-yearsold when he became a member of the prestigio us unit A s t rong ad\'ocate of edu c a t i o n an d y ou t h, Mr. James Gatlin, Jr. b egan hi s t eac h ing career in Wim auma, Florida at Bethune El e mentary School. Not too long he r elocate d t o Yo\mg i:Ji g h S c hool in T a mpa wh ere h e w as r ecei \' ed b y h is students a s a Th ere, Mr. Gatlin w e nt about the busin es s of a g ri..: cultur e whe r e he imp ac t e d th e lives of hard to teach y oung men proving that the giant was not too tall t o bend. Throu g hout his profession al c a r ee r Mr. Gatlin built a reputation that went b e yo nd t e a c her a nd princip al. For he"' was a champion to his stu-m < m ::0 :-< c: Ul c )> z c ., dents, collecrg .ues -and staff :U who understood the impor 6 tance of d e dication to history,. occupation and community .. "A f o r m e r youth football coach and tireless DUI fighter known for his friendliness, Sgt. Ronald Harrison was a 27-year \' eteran of the Hillsborou g h County Sh e riff Office. To fa mily, f rie nd s and cowork e rs, h e too, ex e m p li fie d commitment to his chosen \ '<>Cation . An law enforcement officer, Sgt. Harrison cu l t i \'ated hi s skill s a s a s tron g propon e nt salute and till w e a gain .. to Mr. Bohler. 1\Jr. Gatlin an d Sgt. Harrison who in th e line o f dut ym ade. u s proud and kc.>tpus h upc.f ul. .:> Pc.:wc. Bt llnto Yuu. m Ul

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,.... 0 0 N BIRTHDAY GREETING Q a: u. Q z c( EDWARD And AURORA MRS. LAY-LAY And QUEEN DEDE God bless our love. Happy birthday to my baby, Edward Yes, yes, it's that "time again Queen DeDe is a year older, stronger and most of all wiser. So, baby girl do you and C Slaughter, 8/20/07. 1{1 From your baby, Aurora, with love. Make it _last forever! w > w Q w en ::::i m ;:) a. z ffi .... .... ;:) m .!I w z w en TOYAAnd 1YRA MS. lYRA And DONNIE party like a rock star. . Love always, your kids and family and most of all your big sis, Mrs. Lay-Lay. a: g Happy 1st birthday to Tyra, and her cousin and may God Voice of . Our Com1nunity Speaking for u. CD w .CJ bless you with many more. Love, mommy. Birthday Deadlines: 1 Week In Advance 7:3011111. To Look 813.247.n17 4939 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 www.hotspotonbroadway.com MR. And MRS. HOT ROD Yeah, it's me again! I want to send a shout out to my wife, her a happy birth. Love, your husband, Hot Rod. To mother, Rosa Moutly,-even though you are not here with us, I to say happy birth, Spiritually. "Professional Architects Of Beauty And :---FiiiE--,conditioning, $55 00 1 Treatment 'w-h s 1 II erv ce I New Clients Onlv I -------------------Walk-Ins Welcome Opportunlllcs Atmosphere A'llllable for Ucrnst'd st,llst IIIIAIJAH HAIR STUDIO Takoma & Kriss -Stylists Braiding By Aida 813.935.2882 Berean Bible College & Seminary Dr. G. I. Bradley, President Of Berean College & Seminary The Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church 2628 Avenue Tampa, FL Fall Semester Registration Monday, August 27, 2007 6:30P.M.-8:30P.M. Classes Tentatively Scheduled Monday And Tuesday Evenings 6:30 P.M.-9:30P.M. Offered: English 101 System atlc Theology I The Acts Of The For Applications, School Catalogs, And/Or Additional Information, Please Contact Dr. Sitm Maxwell, Dean Of Tampa Campus, 813-677-1948 Or 813-453-2957

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8 op N 7411 E c a: u. c z < c en w :::) 1-> a: w > w c w :I: !a ..J m :::) 11. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m I ..J w z z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. ao w CJ (2 Blk Nor1h or"ilt. ar.-, Archbi."hop l>dvid A. Jones, Sr. Senior Pastor Healing Ministry: August 24, 2007 7:30P.M. PASfORS BOB AND JANICE ANTIIONY Come By And Witness The Healing Power Of Jesus Theme: "Watchman On The Wall"-EZEKIELJJ:7 Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ Our Lorcl! The New Fellowship M. B. Church of Tampa has set aside September 14, 2007 for the 3rd Annual Banquet for Pastor James and First Lady Rosemary Anderson to be held at Ragan Park Recreation Center 7 p.m. In APPreciation To A Faithful Servant Of God Rev. Geraldine ChristoPher Rev. Geraldine ChristoPher Pastor Please Plan To Come And Share VerY SPecial Time With Us. Sponsored By: Ttie Voices Of Praise Choir Sis. Nita James, President . Bro. Darrlan McCarter, Program Chairman Rev. Abraham Brown, Sr. Pastor Don't Miss Out On This Anointed And Appointed Time For Renewal And Celebration. Mark Your Calendars And Be There! LOCAL Question Of The Week? BY JUUA JACKSON Gospel Music Workshop Of America The Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA) was held this year in Orlando. This past week, gospel artists from across the country were in the area for this event; many visited Tampa area churches. What impact does the Gospel Music Workshop of America have on local musicians? What does. GMWA promote? Is today's gospel music still alive on the music charts? FIRST MOUNT CARMEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 4406 N. 26th Street; Tampa, FL 33610 P.O. Box 11327; Tampa, FL 336RO Office: (813) 231-2025 Church: (813) 236-2322 Homecoming Revival & Church .Anniversary Homecoming Revival August 22-24, 2007 7:00 p.m. Nightly (Wednesday Friday) Rev. Ronnie Clark Hurst Chapel AMEC-Winter Haven Revivalist 118th Church Anniversary August 26, 2007 Theme: A Vision for the Future Minister Edna Jordan Northside Baptist Church 11:00 a.m. Messenger Rev. Kirk R. Bogen ..--.,.----. Re\'. Ral Ill Mt. Olive AI\IEC Bcalsvillc 4:00p.m. Me. \ se iiJ:er Victory Tabernacle M. B. Church Cordially Invites You To Join In The Celebration Qf Rev. Eugene Sanders, Jr. 5th Pastoral Anniversary Weekly Services Nightly At 7:30P.M . Friday, August 24,. 2007 Bishop Eddie Newkirk John Cathedral M.B. Church Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott 34th Street Church Of God Sister Bertha Washington, Pastor's Aide Chair Sister Lo Berry, Co-Chair Victory Tabernacle M. B. Church 2716 N. 34th St Tam FL 33605 247-9015 DONrEL MAXWELL West Chase Poses With His Favorite Gospel Artist, Dottie Peoples While visiting the GMWA In Orlando, Dontel states that "Gospel Music Is here to stay. Artists such as Dottie Peoples brought back many old favorite, forsotten hymns that have great meaning to our everyday lives ." JADA MORRISON Port TnmJut "I love gospel music. The impact of gospel music today is that so niany mtists mc gifted and anointed with theit gifts and music that they bless us with is so awesome. Gospel music will continue. The Gospel Music Woakshop continues to teach and hdng us up to date on the gospel music industry." TINASAH SMALLEY Tampa Palms "The Gospel Music Wmkshop is filled with many nnointed, gifted. artists that normally you would not have the oppmhmity to see m heat them in pcason. It gives us the chance to hem new and up and coming artists You leave with. so much information to take back. to your church home choir. Many more of our choir members need to try and get to a work-shop." REV. TOM L MEE.KERSON, III West Tampa "I feel that the Gospel Music Workshop of America is indeed a tremendoU8 opportunity for many artists to eome toðer and share their talents among U8. God's anointed singers are presented during the workshops."

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Breast Cancer Avvareness Purple Tea Planned On Saturday afternoon, the Annual Purple Tea, A Breast Cancer Awareness and Education Program will be held. The event will be held at the New First Union Missionary Baptist Church, 3707 E Chelsea, from 2 p.m. until4 p.m. Members of the American Cancer Society Reach To Recovery Plus and the African American Women's Summit are hosting it. Mrs. E vora P imento is the Chairperson of Reach To Recovery Plus. Mrs. Geraldi n e T w ine -and Mrs. Mona Newsome are represen tatives of the African American Women's Summit. The theme for the event this year is '"Saoing Liue Through Knowledge and E arly Detection." Ms. Estrella Clements is the keynote speaker for the event. Those planning to attend the tea are asked to w ear a hint of purple. During the afternoon, those in attendance will receive educational information as well as enjoy entertainment, door prizes, and complimentary food. The purpose of the tea is to pro mote awareness of breast cancer, the importance of early detection, and methods of treatment. Mrs. Kathy Brookins. spokesperson for Reach To Recovery Plus said, "This year about 20,000 African American w o m e n will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Research has also shown that a high fat diet is a risk factor for breast can cer, so diet is very important. Afso, about 400 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year." Mrs. B rookins said many people are unaware that men are capable of contracting breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, the prognosis for men with breast cancer was once thought to be worse than that for women. However, research has shown that the survival rates are equal. In an effort to lower the risk of breast cancer, men are advised to maintain an ideal body weight, restrict alcohol consumption, and maintain a healthy diet. However, as with women, there is no known way to prevent breast cancer in men. Mrs. Brookins said the tea is free and open to the public and that men are encouraged to attend and obtain educational information Anyone interested in attend ing or obtaining more informa tion is asked to call (813) 6850670, extension 114. The only thing worse than having your money taken is waiting to get With Wachovia, Free Checking with free Check Card protection. So i f you become the victim of confirmed fraud, 100% of any missing mone y will be credited to your account the next day. It's just one more reason w e've b een rated #1 in Custome r S a t isfaction six years i n a row. Free Checking also features: Free Online Banking with BiiiPay Free Balance Alerts No direct depos it r equired STOP B Y YOUR LOCAL WAC H OVIA FINANCIAL ::ENTER T O DAY, C ALL 800 WACiiOVIA (1100 9:<24684) O R VIS I T WACHOVIA. COM . No monthly service fee : No minimum balanc e Free Check C ard w ith reviards it back. WACHOVIA .... c: m CJ) 0 > c C) c ... .. "TT r-0 ::D CJ) m z -t z m r;CD c r r-z 'V c m c: en :a: m 0 m C!' m en i '< > z 0 "TT :IJ i '<

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c a: u. c z <( c en w t-w > w c w ::t: en :::i ID D.. z ffi _, _, ID ..:. w z i= z w U) 0 _, u. PICTURES FROM THE PAST -.HI In this photo from past, volunteers are being treated to an early Saturday morning breakfast. Attending a Church Of God In Christ event were: Mary Simpson, Essie Gipson, Irene Thomas, Cora Lee Gilyard, Bernice Richardson and Mattie Mills i I 1 I I :; I l ;.i t. ,'t : g -. Unity Day Observance at Unity M. B. O.ureh featured: Nat Powell, Shafter Scott, VIrginia Anderson, Virginia Hale, F. Y. HaD, Geneva Murphy, and Eddie Powell.

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LOCAL .Jay.Z Richest Rap Mogul, Says Forbes.Com NEW YORK--Jay-Z wins all around, says Forbes.com. He's got Beyonce on his arm -and more millions than 50 Cent and Diddy. The rap icon, aka Shawn Carter, is No. 1 on the site's list of"Hip-Hop Cash Kings," based solely on 2006 income. He banked an estimated $34 million, Forbes.com said Thursday. Jay-Z, president and CEO of Def Jam Recordings, released his 11th studio album, "Kingdom Come," which sold around 2 million copies. Jay-Z, 37, is also part owner of the New Jersey Nets and has endorsement deals with Budweiser, Hewlett-Packard and General Motors. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson ranks second with an.estimated $32 million. The 31-year-old rapper-businessman oversees his GUnit record label, clothing line, ring tones nnd other enterprises, and has sold more than 11 million albums. H;s latest record, is due out Sept. 11 -.. Diddy (real name: Sean Combs! placed third with an estimated $28 million. A plate, he has a clothing line, Sean John, and heads Bad Boy W and Dr. Dre ($20 million). They're followed by Eminem ( $18 million); Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Scott Storch (all $17 mil I'ion>; Ludacris and T.I. Star .Jones Retums To Daytime TV Star Jones is returning with a cause. She's dropped a few I pounds, her last na111e ("Reynolds") and "The Vien." Now, she's heading back to daytime TV with "The:. Jones a live talk. show (debuting 3 p.m. Monday, Court TV> that she says will be about issues. "We need back to asking the viewer w.hat is it that -they care about," Jones said. She says she wants to creSTAR JONES ate "provocative television. that's entertaining and rele-The Florida Sentinel's 'Spotlight On Me' Is PuHing The "Spotlight On Kids Call Us At (81, 3) 1484 For More Info Legendary .Jazz Drummer Max Roach Dies At Age 83 MAX ROACH NEW YORK-Drummer Max Roach, who helped revolutionize jazz by creating the fa.st-paced bebop style along with players like Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and clifford Brown, has died at age 83, Blue Note Records said on Thursday, Blue Note did not give a cause of for Roach, who died in his sleep in New York on Wednesday. Roach secured his spot in the jazz pantheon by redefining the role of jazz drums during the rise of bebop in ihe late 1940s and early 1950s. Before bebop, jazz was primarily swing music played in .dance halls, and drmnmers serve<;I to keep t ime for the band, Blue Note spokesman Cern Kurosman said. Roach changed that by shifting the time-keeping function to the cymbal, allowing the drums to play, a more expressive and impor. tant role and, in the process, contributing to the shift of jazz from popular dance music to an art that fans ap.preciated sitting in clubs, Kurosman said. vant, not for insult or emb-arrassment purposes, but for inspirational and entertainment purposes The h'our will include many interactive features live phone calls from view ers and a Web aspect for funneling questions and comments. 18131 248 Plea Deal For Method Man In Drug Arrest NEW YORK --Method Man is going back to school. As part of a plea deal reached following a marijuana arrest earlier this year, the hip-hop star was ordered to visit 15 city high schools to warn students about the dangers of drugs. The former Wu-Tang Clan member, whose real name is _Clifford-Smith, "is thrilled to do it," defense attorney Peter Frankel said Friday. "He's never been in trouble before. He's not a stereotypical rapper.". Smith, 36, was arrested on May 17 after toll-booth workers on' the Brooklyn of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel reported smelling marijuana smoke coming from his sport utility vehicle. He was charged with driving under the influence of drugs and METHOD MAN drug possession after police said they found marijuana inside the SlN. Prosecutors knocked the drug charges down to disorderly conduct as part of the plea deal. -Judge Nixes Custody Bid For -Jackson Kids LOS ANGELES :....__ A London woman who claims she is the real mother of Michael Jackson's three children was denied a role Wednesday in the singer's custody settlement with his ex-wife, Deborah Rowe. Nona Paris Lola Jackson, 36, asked a judge to grant her joint physical custody of Jackson's 10-year-old son, Prince Michael, and 9-year-old daughter, Paris. She also claims to be the mother of 5year-old Prince Michael II. "I feel her evidence fails to establish any. genetic relationship between herself and the JacksoriRowe children," Superior Court Judge Robert A. Schnider Schnider also denied the woman's request to. nullify Jackson's marriages with Rowe and with Lisa Marie Presley, both of which MICHAEL JACKSON ended in divorce . Nona Jackson was heard in the courtroom through a telephone and loudspeaker. Jackson and Rowe were not present. c m en c lit c: C) c: en 1\) -"T1 6 ::D g en m z z m al c: r r-z "'a c: al c: en ::%: m c m < m :::D -< c: m en c > z c "T1 :::D 6

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SPORTS ---N t; :;) CJ Tampa Woman Wins Gold In Outdoor Track Meet >-"' Wanda J ohnson, a graduffi ate of Hillsborough High competed in the USA Track and Field Outdoor National Championship that was held ,Aupst 1st through the 4th in Orion, Maine. She finished the competition with gold medals in the shot put and diacus competition, preparing her for her goal of competing in the 2008 Olympic Games. Joluuon, during her practice throws in 'the discus, launched one out of her area and almost into the men's area. "I got very excited after that, and I think it affected ?i me during competition. I Cl didn't launch it that far in f competition,' and I won and a that' s the important thing." Johnson trains all year, but with:no sponsors, it diffi?i cult to train as as she'd like to in preparation for w Wanda .Johneon prepares to eompete In the ahot put durinx a meet In Orion, Maine. national and world competi tion. rve. competed in 3 this year. and my bet perfor mance was at the USA Track And Field Training Center." Jolmson is now seeking sponsors for a meet in w > w Q w :c (/) Woods Opts Out Of Barclays, First Event Of FedEx Cup Playoffs :J m :;) Q. z ffi .J .J :;) m ..:. w z w (/) C a: 0 .J u.. Conspicuous for its lack of buzz in its first year, the FedEx Cup made the kind of news Friday that PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem was hoping to avoid Tiger Woods. who has two wins in his last two starts, said he's too tired to play at Westchester Country Club. next week in the Barclays, the first event of the heavily promoted, four-week 'FedEx Cup playoffs. "We're obviously disappointed that he's not going to play," said Peter Mele, the executive director. of the Barclays. "It's kind of like when you're in the football playoffs and the quarterback gets hurt. W e still have a ter rific field. W e 'v e moved on." Finchem was traveling and, could not be reached for comment, but Ty Votaw, a Tour spokesm'an, echoed Mele's remarks in comments to the AP, saying the Tour was "disappointed." Woods easily earned the top seed for the 'playoffs, racking up 30,674 regular season points to Vijay Singh's second-place total of 19,129. Those points are wipe d off the board at the start of the playoffs and replaced with point values eccording to seed: Woods N starts with 100,000, Singh -gets 99,000, third seed Jim Furyk begins with 98,500, and so on. r:a; Singh, who won the '06 Barclays, would Pf!.SS Woods for first place in the FedEx playoff series with a finish of solo 13th or better next week. The FedEx Cup has been marketed as a way to not only bring the season to a more timely, meaningful close, but also as a way to entice the top pros to play against one another more often. The winner, who will b e crowned at the seasonending Tour Championship in Atlanta next month, will be awarded a $10 million retirement bonus. Woods had spoken more than once of his "intent" to play all four playoff e vents, leaving plenty of room to change his mind. Although his decision seemed to suck the life out o f golfs new post .seaso n before it begins, Woods said, "It's still my goal to win the FedEx Cup and I am hopeful this will give me the best opportunity to finish the year strong." October for throwers, and wants to participat e in the World Indoor Games in France in 2008 and the World Outdoor Games in 2009. "In September, the World Games will be held in Italy. rd like to go as a spectator. because it's too late for me to compete. But, it would be nice to size up the competition for later on. Johnson, 37. and the mother of 4, said tthe'd love to represent Tampa in the 2008 Olympic Games, but I desperately need sponsors to make that happen." Jolmson thanks Tyrone Keys and All Sports Community Services for sponsoring her for her meet in Maine. Reporter Leon. B. Crews can. be reached at (818) 248-0724, or e-mailed at leon@flsentind.com. NBAPiayer InJured In Shooting At Party DESHAWNSTEVENSON A professional basketball player was injured in a shooting in Orange County early Monday morning, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. The shooting happened at the home of DeShawn Stevenson, a guard. with the Washington Wizards, officials said. The unidentified NBA player suffered a gunshot wound to the leg and was transported to a local hospi tal for treatment, authorities said. The identity of the shooting suspect was not immediately released, and it's not know n if the gunman is in custody. Stevenson.'s home is located in a gated community .in west Orange County . Investigators said a party was going "bn at the time of the shooting, and several NBA players were in atten dance. BEAUTY UNLIMITED JOANNA This week's Beauty Unlimited feature is so special, the back-in-the-day band, Kool And The Gang wrote a song about her. Joanna, a young woman who needs very little fanfare, is able to turn heads wherever she goes. She is also an intelligent woman, demanding only the best from those around her, but also insists they have a sense of humor. Joanna loves having a good time, but has her serious side as well, When it comes to the man this young lady will be interested In he must be smart, handsome, secure both finan cially and mentally, spiritual, and very much in touch with himself. He must also be successful. Congratulations to this week's Beauty Ur'!li mlted fea ture, Joanna. BROTHER'S GRAPHICS 1248 E. Hillsborough Suitelf206

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SPORTS c! I m U) Garcia Gives Sputtering Bucs Offense Hope For Improvement JACKSONVILLE, --Jeff Garcia spun out of the grasp of the big defensive lineman and scrambled for a 6-yard gain. Five plays later, rolled out of the pocket buy .ing time until he could rmcS lan open receiver in the en_ d zone. At 37, the Tampa Bay quarterback is still capable of beating opponents with his legs, too. And it's that mobility and ability to sometimes !bake something out of nothing that gives the Buccaneers hop.: for improvement on offense-this season. "I think I've always been one to find ways to keep plays alive," Garcia said after com pleting all six of his passes for 43 yards and a touchdown during Saturday night's 31-19 preseason loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. "I don't think I f'Ver neces sarily give up on a play, and I'm not just going to go down when I feel the pressure. It's just one of those things where you don't necessarily make a .JEFF GARCIA living out of it, but you to make plays like that during a game." The Bucs ran 55 plays against the Jaguars, but the two Garcia made during a limited appearance illustrated why coach Jon Gruden is confident the offense will be better after ranking 29th in yards 31st in scoring last season. Luke McCown's ability to make plays on the run also is one of the reason he's risen to No. 2 on the depth chart behind Garcia. l:xPLJCIT . 4058 N Aryneni3 Have Teamed Up To OOerYou Hottest LateSt In Tampa c Campbell Listed As Day-To-Day Culpepper Has Good Outing )> c: C> c: CJ) -4 N .JASON CAMPBELL ASHBURN, Va.--Marcus Washington is out at least a week. Jason Campbell is officially "day-to-day." Given the circumstances of their injuries, the Washington Redskins couldn't ask for much better news Washiagtoa and Campbell were injured in Saturday night's 12-10 preseason loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, and they spent much of Sunday afternoon at Redskins Park getting treatment for soreness and swelling. Washington has a dislocated right elbow, and Campbell's MRI exam confirmed the initial diagnosis of a bruised left knee. "It's sore," said Campbell, emerging with a slight limp and white bandage around his knee. "The good news is all the ligaments are in place. I'm thankful to God that it's noth. ing more serious than it is SAN FRANCISCO --The Battle nf the Bay had plenty of empty preseason drama, keeping the bipartisan crowd enthralled until a sure touch down pass bounced off Alvis Whitted's hands with 5 sec onds left. The most important devel opments in the 49ers' friendly rivalry game with Oakland were less theatrical. Daunte Culpepper looked ready to run the Raiders, but San Francisco put a good start and a better finish on its win. Culpepper passed for 75 yards and threw touchdown passes tO John Madsen and Zack Crockett before 49ers rookie Thomas Clayton scored on a 1-yard plunge with 4 7 seconds left in San Francisco's 26-21 preseason victory Saturday night. "The struggles that go with preseason, I welcome them all, because it gives us some thing to work on," 49ers coach Mike Nolan said after his two backups quarterbacks each led second-half scoring drives. "I certainly don't want to go back on Monday and have nothing to work on, because they'll ask me to can-If Your Hair Is Not Becoming To You ... You Should Be Coming To Brenda DAUNTE CULPEPPER eel practice." ..... N 0 0 ..... Culpepper, the former Minnesota star who signed with the Raiders on July :n, ., made the biggest impression .on a Candlestick Park crowd harmoniously split in its loy-alties. g After a lost season in Miami, cn Culpepper is hoping to regain his Pro Bowl form with ::::! Oakland (1-1}. He went 6-of-Z 8, didn't throw an intercep-p! tion even scrambled 13 a, yards for a first down while C: leading the Raiders to a 21-13 lead. m ::::! z "'0 c: llJ c CJ) ::z::: m c m < m :tJ -< -4 c: m CJ) 2806 N. 34th Street Call247-1912 or 657-2405 Sltz?ZLE SALil! $30.00 RETOUCH $20.00 SHAMPOO 1803 N. 22nd St. & 7th Avenue ..JLJIW:::OL.I ... lizing In c BASIC STYLE TWIST UP DO'S PONYTAIL EXTRA 1ST TIME CLIENTS ONLY! $10.00 OFF ANY SERVICE FOR REGULAR CLIENTS Jl .. -_.,,, : :>''' t {} / 13axb J -..,: c;;:,> et & fJufie 213 W. Brandon Blvd. 60/Parsons -Home Shopping Plaza (813) 654-1175 MS. SHERRELL A. LEWIS-OWNER l"'7 I . t :j Of Braiding BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS $10.00 OFF for Appointment Call: Mai@ 234-01 04 or247-1033 )> z c ., :tJ c

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,.... 0 0 N c a: u. c z < c en w ::I ..... > a: w > w c w ::c en :::i m ::I z t= w ...J ...J ::I m ...:. w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ...J u. BROTHER JAMES LORENZO BARR, SR. God, in His infinite wisdom, who does all things well, and maketh all things work together for the good of those who love him, called Brother James Lorenzo Barr, Sr. of 2705 N. Lincoln Avenue (formerly of Progress Village), home to be with Him early Friday morning, August 17, 2007. A celebration of life service will be held at 11 a. m. on Wednesday, August 22, 2007, at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevard, with Reverend Dr. Samuel Maxwell, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Barr was a native of Tampa and an active member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village and joined under the leadership of the late Reverend Roosevelt Robinson, whom he loved dearly. He served faithfully until his health declined. He held numerous positions such as President of the Usher. Board, church landscaper and had the responsibility for opening and closing the sanctuary for many services. He was presented an award for civic duty by the Civic Council in 1998 and was extremely active with the Progress Village Food Bank His love was to landscape and he had the gift of making an ordinary lawn look magnificent. Mr. Barr was a hard working man and retired from the City of Tampa Parks Deparbnent after 35 years as a Supervisor. Mr. Barr was preceded in death by: his parents, Thomas and Rosa Barr; son James "Jimmy" Barr Jr.; and brother, Calvin Barr. locar news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 FUNERALS I MEMORIAMS Mr. Barr leaves to cherish and celebrate his memories: six loving children, Laura (John), Richard, Sr. (Muriel), Gregory (Audrey), Debora, Jacqueline and Rita, given in union by Beatrice Barr; wife, Ida Barr; granddaughter and caregiver, Rhonda Dupree; other grandchildren, Tonya, Richard, Jr., Thaddeus, LaMesha and Kenneth; Ida's -daughter, Yvonne Roebuck; and granddaughters, Yvette Stuckey and Kim Benton; brother, Sam (Marge) and family of Miami; sister, Betty Chester (Willie) and family; special cousin, Alfreta Anderson and family; along with other loving relatives in South Carolina to include, John Barr and Sirlemor Barr-Monk; a host of devoted friends in Progress Village to include, the Henry, Miller and Turner families; special mentions to Deacon and Mrs. Norvie White, the Home Association and LifePath Hospice (Pink and Silver Team). The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m. today, Tuesday, August 21, 2007, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue and one hour prior to service (to a. m.) on Wednesday, August 22, 2007, at First Baptist Church of Progress Village. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EUWGY. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Harn1.011. Funeral Horne John W. Hannon, L.F.D. FREE QUOTES Owner/Manager 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 has provided the highest standard in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes a Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, Fl 33GOG Ph: (813) 253 Fax: (813) Ema11: raywmsflij.net REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK "A Community Pride" 4615 E. Hanna Tampa 33610 Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626-2332 EVANDERBOYD Mr. Evander Boyd, 1074 Bridlewood Way, Brandon, passed away Wednesday, August 15, 2007. Funeral services-will be held Saturday, August 25, 2007, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevard, with Pastor Samuel Maxwell, officiating. Interment will follow at Serenity Meadows Cemetery in Riverview. Mr. Evander Boyd is a native of Holly Grove, Arkansas. He made his home in Florida over 10 years ago, after leaving New Jersey. He was an active member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village. He was a retired Master Sgt. in the Army and a Grandmaster of the Masons. He married Clara Elizabeth Jennings and re'mained married for 48 years. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Nanny Jackson; fathe'r, Milton Boyd; wife, Clara Elizabeth Boyd; brother, Adelle; sister, Geneva; and great grand niece, Unique Blessing Branton He leaves to mourn his passing: daughter, Christine Hill (James); granddaughter, Gloria McNair; grandson, Ted McNair (Sandra); sister, Earnice Johnson; nieces and nephew, Quinn, Lorraine, Diane, Wanda, Gregory and CarolynBrigham; and' a host of other grands, great grands, great, great grand, nieces and nephews; and other familY members. The viewing of the body will be held Saturday, August 25th at 1st Baptist Church of Progress Village from 9:30-10 a. m. and for the family; and 1o-11 a. m for the public. THERE WILL BE NO WAKE ON FRIDAY EVENING. The funeral service is entrusted to SERENITY MEADOWS FUNERAL HOME in Riverview, FL. IN LOVING MEMORY OF Our lives go on without you but nothing is the same, we have to hide our heartaches when someone speaks your name. Sad are the hearts that love you, silent the tears that fall, living our hearts without you is the hardest part of all. You did so many things for us, your heart was kind and true, and when we needed someone, we could always count on you. The special years will not return when we were all together, but with the love within our hearts, you will walk with us forever. We love and miss you. From, all of us. Happy 70th Birthday August 21st JUDGE GRAHAM {Super Rooster) but not forgotten. We love and miss you. Wife, kids, and granddaddy. MRS. LUIA MAE RALPHVANN 6/4/34" -8/23/06 ADINE ANTHONY, b.k.a., POOH 9/24/55-8/6/07 I love you Pooh nnd always will. From Drew and Chaka. h Notices AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Alma Holloway, Tampa. Mrs. Jewell Louise Horton, Tampa. EASTSIDE FUNERAL HONE Mrs. Ruth M. Cain, 18118 US 41, Tampa. Mr. Ronald J. Kornac, Tampa. Mr. Nathan Poole, Tampa. Mr. Angel Manuel Torres, 3108 Republica de Cuba Ave., Tampa. (Infant> Baby Boy Williams, Tampa. MORNING GLORY FUNERAL CHAPEL Karia Desiree Cardajal, 4512 N. Humbel Street. Gus Cheeley, 5855 N. 42nd Street, Atlanta, GA. Sean Speights, Dade City. RAYWIWAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. James. L. Barr, Sr., 2705 N. Lincoln Avenue (formerly of 5209 85th Street). Mr. Domingo Ly, 11125 N. 52nd Street. Mrs. Sarah Pringley, 3907 Spruce Street. WILSON FUf'IERAL HOME Mrs. Mattie Pearl Green, 4812 S. 86th Street, Tampa. Mr. Royal Range, 2916 Habana Way, Tampa.

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I ass INVITATION TO BID Barton Malow Company requests Bid Proposals on behalf of Orange County Public Schools for all scopes of work on Lockhart Middle School Bid Package No 1 COMPREHENSIVE BUILDING PROJECT on September 6, 2007 at 2pm. Bid Proposals for the various work categories will be received by Barton Malow Company at 8529 South Park Circle, Suite 140 Orlando, Fl 328t9 by hand delivery or mail. OCPS Project No C-0016 BID PACKAGE NO. 1 COMPREHENSIVE BUILDING PROJECT contains all the scope required for the new construction and remodeling of the existing campus. The Owner/BMC shall not open, consider or accept a B i d Proposal that is received after the date and time specified for b i d submission i n this Advertisement for Bids. Documents will be available for examination and download on August 14, 2007 from Barton Malow's office and ftp site : ftp.fl.bartonmalow.com Lockhart. Password: Public) ORLANDO REPROGRAPHICS COMPANY 1110 Sligh Boulevard, Orlando FL, 32806. Tel (407) 843-0113, Fax (407) 423-7392 CFBE, Dodge Room and Reed Construction Data. Bidders can p re-qualify with BMC by logging onto the site at http :1/www. bartonmalow com/subcontractors/subcontractors.htm to download and fax the form. A pre-bid conference will be held at Lockhart M i ddle School 3411 Dr Love Road Orlando, FL 32810 in the cafeteria on August 22, 2007 at 2:30 PM. Bidders must be pre-qualified with the Barton Malow Company before award of bids in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. The OCPS MWBE participation goal for this project is 23% with a 10% LOB participation goal. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF GRACE E. HANNEFORD DECEASED File No.: 07-1471 Division Probate NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of Grace E. Hanneford, DECEASED. File Number 07-1471; by the Circuit Court for Hillsborough Countl., Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. Box 1110, Tampa. FL 33601-3360: that the decedent's date of death was December 17, 2006: that the total value of the estate is $37,482.00 and that the name and address of the person to whom it has been assigned by such order is: Carol Phillips. P. 0. Box 304, Gibsonton. FL 33534. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is Tuesday, 21st day of August, 2007. Attorney for Person Giving Notice: PATRICIA A. BALDWIN Florida Bar No. 0072494 Patricia A Baldwin, P A 8000 S Federal Highway, Suite 300 Port St. Lucie, Florida 34952 Telephone: (772) 336-1661 Person Giving Notice: Miriam Velez, Assistant V.P ., Wealth Advisor TO Banknorth, Executor 16 Maple Street Glens Falls, New York 12801 Now Hiring VPK/Preschool Teacher With CDA, Toddler Teacher And Afternoon Teachers Must Have Training Hours Call (813) 910-4163 Part-time Weekend Cook, Cooking From Scratch No Criminal Background Valid DL, HS Diploma Or Equivalent Call (813) 375-3933 EEO/AAJADA Employer Bi-Lingual A PJus Highly Motivated Telemarketer/Cierical Position Must Have Computer Knowledge/Data Entry Call (813) 621-9447 LALS Inc. 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Self Motivated, Professional Appearance a Must Call: 813-977-9897 OrEmaH: lnflnitylendlng@gmall.com A Ministry of Flr3t Baptist Church Of Progress Village Dr. Sam L Maxwell Headmaster PROJECT DIRECTOR Children's Future Hillsborough, a twenty member collaborative organization providing early intervention and prevention services to children birth to 8 yrs Manage & direct the day to day operations. Key functions: contract management, budget reviews, strategic planning, partnership development and an understanding of system of care practice Knowledge of early childhood development helpful. Masters degree preferred. i n human or social services or related field; minimum of 3-5 years of progressive, responsible administrative or management experience. Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. Please submit a cover letter and resume to: jobs@management.com Subject line to read CFH Director Must be. received by August 29, 2007 @ Spm. EOE/DFWP Full-Time Openings For The Following Positions In Group Home Residential 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 req1:1ests and conduct ing preventive 1maintenance. 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 approach required We offer excellent health benefits and 401(k) plan Apply at: 8052 N. 56th St, Tampa, FL 33617 Or Fax Resume To 813-914-8873 Or Mail To: P.O. 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,... g N .... N .... en ::,) C) ::,) c( LOCAL Coaches, Former Players Comment On Vlck Accepting Plea Agreement > Attorney_ CCC Billy Martin announced Monday that ::,) his cUent, .,_ Michael I think his decision was to avoid being suspended for a long time from the NFL. they don't throw the book at him, and I hope he will be for given. Right now, withal the media pressure, his image has been tarnished and he's not looked at the same way." Vick, "will plead guilty to federal dog fighting con-s p i r a c y MICHAEL charges, leavVICK ing him sub-ject to a possible prison tenn. The offense is punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, although federal sentencing guidelines most likely would call for less. Martin said after Vick con sulted with his family over the weekend, he decided to accept the plea deal. Vick was quoted as saying he accepted full responsibility for his actions and the mistakes he has made. "I want to apologize to everyone who has been hurt by this mat ter." Some area coaches and for mer playera were asked what they thought of VIelE ac:c:epting the plea deal. &......, Jhbbanl. Middleton head football coach: "I don't know all the but Maybe missing some games will be HARRY bad, but not as bad HUBBARD as 2 or 3 seasons "Dog fighting has been around forever. It seems people are more concerned about animals than human beings. As far as Vick is concerned, I think he has to grow up and change the people he hangs around with. Ray Lewis had to learn that lesson. "Prison time may not mean the end of his career, however I think he has a great future. The big question is what has he learned from this. There are too many Black athletes under the microscope these days. We don't need more." Howard W. Blake head football coach Sean "I think he made a bad mistake. I'm glad he's stepping up to aec:ept responsi-BEAN bili.ty for his WASHINGTON act1ons. I hope 9241 N. 56th St., 'lalnpa, FL M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30P.M. Saaunlay 9 A.M. 1 P. M. (813) 985-0033 Fax: (813) 988-8980 Low Rate.f Friendly Atmosphere \ ou re \ -() 1\ \\ i t h t DUI Friendly, Hardship Lkense, Suspended License, State Filing SR Owners and Non Owners Lowest Rates In Town \I I'' ''' I I ,\ c Cl\l\11 l{c I \I \I 1 () 10%0FF BACK TO SCHOOL Coach Washington said his advice to Vick right now would be to use his money positively instead of illegally. "Keep better company, I've followed the process, and I think his friends convinced him to put up the money. Even his cousin turned on him. They all turned on him because they may be his friends, but they're not going to do time for him." Former Chicago Bear and founder of All Sports, Tyrone Keys: "This will be a great teaching tool for a lot of young people. To what is given, much is required. This is what happens when you get TYRONE involved with nega-KEYS tive people and negative things. "Much has been given to him and he didn't know what to do with it all. The final analysis is his friends betrayed him when it came time to preserve their freedom. Coming from a ship position as a quarterback, he allowed himself to be led. I think he will recover from this and this will be something to use as an example for other young athletes in the NFL." Key said also ; throughout the entire ordeal, no one ever came to his defense and that's very unusual. "He wa s in a position to do s o much for so many, and this is what makes it so tragic." Football fan, Michael Randolph: "I ,...---=--. think he did what was best for him, given the circumstances. We shouldn't rush to judgment MICHAEL about him, and I RANDOLPH wish him the best "The lesson learned here should be when you're a pro fessional athlete, the things you do will always be put under a microscope, specially if you're an African American athlete Former high school and college athlete, Bobby Wilds : "He's a first time offender. Why not give him pro BOBBY bation based on WILDS that and the fine? People have been charged with worse and walked away. I think they want to give him time because of the glimbling issue, especially when it comes ; to the NFL. "I don't think this will hurt his NFL career at all. I think B ::a.c K-,. Atlanta doesn't want to deal cr#;\.Vlf with him anymore He still can :. -TO s""" play and he will be picked up -. = by another team Because of C . . H. 0 0 L his age, he still has a career ahead of him. But someone LUTHER KING JR. BLVD needs to ask does he want to 33584 om:ti 7 D.lYS play, or has he made enough N r1011 1\J money to just walk away?" N Reporter Leon B. Crews W 7AMTOSPM can be reached al (813 ) 248-C) I . 0724, or emailed al leon@flsentinel.com. ==== CRIME NEWS===== Man Shot To .Death In Front Of His Apartment Just before midnight Friday, Charles Johnson stepped outside his 44th Street apartment while talking on the phone Investigators said he was discussing meeting someone in the parking lot. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said that's when witnesses reported hearing several gunshots. Johnson, 40, was found dead when deputies arrived and no suspects or motive has been established in the shooting. Sherifrs spokesman J.D. Callaway said they're unsure if the shooter was on foot or in a vehicle. "All we know at this point is that witnesses heard shots. We don't know if anyone was outside and saw the shooting or what the motive was at this point. No'one reported seeing anything." CHARLES JOHNSON . shot to death in front of his apartment. Callaway said Johnson's family members live in New York City and were notified. He has no local relatives. Callaway snid anyone with information on tht shooting is to cnll the Snerift"s Office ai 18131 247-8200. : Rapist Sought Tampa Police are asking for help to identify a man suspected in the brutal rape of a young girl in her home Saturday morning. Police hove released few details about the crime, but said the incident occurred around 5:30 a.m. in a small, single-family home near Linebaugh and 15th Street. The victim was hospitalized for treatment. The suspect in the attack is described as a Black male, 20 to 30 years old, between 5'6" and 5'10" tall, and with a medium build. Police said parents of the victim were at home during the alleged attack and no one else in the home was injured. Composite of nlh.-gcdly mpc suspect. 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c CRIME NEWS 1 Arrested In Waffle House Robbery, 2 Being Sought Tampa Police arrested one man and are still seeking two others for a robbery at the Waffle House, 509 North Westshore Boulevard. At 4:30 Saturday morning, police said three masked men walked into the restaurtifnt with guns and demanded money A person left the while the robbe .rs Were inside. She called 9-1-1 and an officer was on the scene within minutes. As the officer arrived at the Waffie House, the suspects were leaving in a Ford Bronco. The suspects abandnned the Bronco at the Willow Street overpass, ran across four lanes of traffic and down the overpass embankment. OfticCI's followed on foot, and reported one of the suspects tiring at them. All three officers returnc. d tire, sttiking one of the suspf 40th Street and Yukon Street about 15 minutes after the robbet y Fl'iday. They said just bef{?te noon, he cn.tctcd the bank, handed a tcllet' a note demanding nioney, and it1di. cated he had 3 guns. Police said he was stopped because he matched the description of the robbery, police said. Based o n an interview with Williams, police.said they identified his accom7 plices as Jason Ross, 23, and Michael Sinclair, 23. They have all been accused of conspiring together. According. to the report, Sinclair allegedly picked out the bank, where he had Sentinel&.tbl "The Voice of Our Conmuuzitv . .. Speaking for Itself' TERRANCE WILI.IAMS JASON ROSS an account. ......... -----. He also a II e g e d l y wrote a sam:. ple robbery .note that Williams used as a .__ __ guide for writ-MICHAEL ing his SINCLAIR Police said R oss allegedly drov e the others to the bank and gave Williams sunglasses and gloves to wear in the robbery. Each is being held without baiL Uncle S andy Says _.-... 3, 4, 7 "Time is a 10, 13, 1 5 17 dressmaker 22, 25, 27, 34, 38 speci alizing in alterations." m en c Man Arrested In Ybor City After Firing Assault Rifle Tampa Police have charged a 24-year-old man with aggravated battery with a vehicle, fleeing to elude, battery on a law enforcement officer, and resisting arrest with violence. The charges came after an incident early Friday morning in Ybor City. Police said Christopher Ingraham-Richardson left Club Empire with several acquaintances and walked to a parking lot' at 19th Street and 8th Avenue where his vehicle was pfirked. At that location, police said Ingraham-Richardson got involveq in a verbal altercation, retrieved a 12-gauge shotgun from his vehicle and waved it around . Police said IngrahamRich.ardson put the shotgun back and retrieved a semi-automatic rifle and started firing the weapon. Trio Charged With Robbery, Beatings CAUSEY Tampa Police arrested three men they believe were responsible for .the robbery .and beatings z c ., :a 6

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