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Celebrating 62 Years In The Tam Bay Area r \ .. , Family Of Man Crash Wants Answers / -. o : SEE PA G E 3 . -.-.:-... TG Hospital Head Vows To Improve \ SEE PAGE 2 Siblings N eed Help To Bury Mom SEE PAGE 3 Oratorical Contest Deadline Set SEE PAGE 3 Tip Leads To Drug Arrest SEE PAGE 23 THANK YOU COMMUNITY PARTNERS! Ms. Carolyn Hill, center, Principal of Sheehy Elementary School, hosted a luncheon on August 17th to say "thank you" to its community partners. Faculty and staff members were in attendance, as well as many of those who help to make the school year successful at Sheehy. On hand to say 'good job' were Superintendent of Hillsborough County Schools MaryEllen Elia, left, and State Senator Arthenia Joyner. (Photograph by Jerry Brunson)

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,...... 0 0 C\1 FEAT URES a:i C\1 en ::::l (!) :::) Tampa General Head Vows To Revitalize WMBE Business Program BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter c ffi On Monday morning a :::) capac ity crowd gathered for the quarterly meeting of th e c a: LL 0 z < 0 en w :::) t-> ffi > w 0 w J: en :::i Ill :::) a. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m I ..J w z i= z w en < 0 a: 0 ..J LL Hillsborough County H ospi t a l Authority Board at Tampa G e n eral Hospital. One of th e item s o n th e age nd a was th e Minority Busin ess Enterprise Program. KEVIN WHITE Tampa Hospital Authority Board Member In May, board member Kevin White drew attention to the lack of contracts being awarded to African American business suppliers. He stated that the numb.er_s __ were and the previous two reports were just as bad. Board member John Evans was given the assign ment of doing research on the MBE programs at other inst itutions. The mostpoignant point made was that other hospitals have a full time staff while Tampa has a part time employee. White said, "Les had done the best he could with what he had, but we can do better. I don't want to cast dispersions, but the numbers speak for themselves. "I see plumbers, engineers, contractors, as I look around this room, I see that we proba.:. bly have e 'nough Black business owners to build a hospi tal. Hillsborough County has 8 full pages and the City of Tampa has 63--WMBE pages, so I don t know why we can't find any Black contrac tors," White stated. He further stated that because of the controversy surrounding the program, the numbers were up slightly from the previous quarter. However, White said the hos pital should either, "embrace the program or eliminate it. This is not a part time issue There is no way that out of a $170 million expansion project, the numbers shou Cl look the way the do." . One by one various African American and minority busi ness owners spoke at the podiC\1 urn. W Malik Ali, President of the Florida Minority Supplier a. Devel o pment Council said that MALIK ALI President of Florida Minority Supplier Development Council his organization represents 4,000 minority business own ers in Florida and that there are more than 450,000 in the national database. He said his organization could not only improve the MBE program at the hospital by providing minority business owners, but that the hospital would save money as well. "We have all of the infor mation so there is no need to do the research. We are ready, willing and able to help," Ali said. Ms. Kim Jackson said, ''I'm not a handout, I just want to be included. The hospital doesn't advertise in our newspapers so we don't see the bids. This should not be a one-man or part-time job." Julio Sanchez pointed out that the hospital doesn't list the MBE program on its website and that when calls are made to the office, they are never returned Rodriguez Dillinger said, "There is no need to rein vent anything that has already been done. The hospital needs to take advantage of all the ex;perience in this room." Moses Medina, who has a restoration product that is pending a patent, also stated that calls to the hospital's MBE office were never returned. Joe Robinson, who owns a consulting engineering .firm; pointed out that the MBE program is part of the hospital's lease and introduced in an executive order. "I would like to know why they are not fol lowing policy and procedures? It has never been implemented since 1998." Ms. Debbie Petelus said, "It needs to be done because it is the right thing to do. I'm about as white as you can get and I work for a minority com pany. You can't imagine how many times the doors get closed in. our faces and we can't even get into Tampa General Hospital. It doesn't make sense." Villard Houston, of the Suncoast Black Chamber of Commerce said "We have th e minority businesses and there is no excuse We h ave a prob l e m and we ne ed to fix it. Ms. Lorian Williams said there was n o reason that th e h os pit a l couldn t move o n to the n ext l eve l if Les Miller was given the tools h e n eeds to work with. Sh e also sa id th e positi o n r e quires mor e th a n a part tim e employee. Mark Govin said, When you do business with them (business owners) they will d o busin ess with you You can't do it just because it's requir ed." Dan Tabbian said the program will never work with out goals and commitment. Reginald Nickerson, of Bayside Medical Supply Company said he has been in business for 17 years and all h e wants is an opportunity to do business with the hospital. Ms. Deni,se Reddick, of Brush Coffee Company said the hospital is located in the same community as their com pany. "We can't get business from the hospital and it's in our community It is only right that you give back to the com munity." The overall consensus of the speakers was that the office needed better staffing, that the businesses are available and that the problem starts at the top. President, CEO of Tampa General Hospital Ron HytQff, CEO of the hospital said, "When I came here in 2000, my main emphasis was to tum this hos pital around: We did a lot of things all at once But you are right, I have to take responsi bility for everything you folks brought up. "It's a wake up call and I know that we can do a better job. I pledge that we will do a better job and you re right, it starts at the top. We will rebuild the office and revitalize the program." Les Millersaid, "We had talked about what to do to improve !_he MBE long before the meeting. I do know that they are planning to hire 3 full time staff members. I don't know what will happen with me at this point. That remains to be seen I've made a commitment to the University of South Florida and I intend to keep th a t commitment." Meeting For Section 8 Landlords Planned The Hillsborough County Health & Soc i a l S ervices Department/Section 8 Landlord 101 Session will hold a m ee tin g on Monday Sept. 24, fro m 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the University Area Community Center, 14013 N. 22nd Street. L a ndl o rd or pro s pectiv e landlords who wouid lik e to lea rn more about the Hillsborough County Housing Choice Voucher Prog;:-am will not want to miss this excellent opportunity! Som e of the hot topics to be cov e r e d includ e: N ew Pro g ram Changes; Rent Reasonableness Determination; Housing Quality Standards Inspections; Payments, Leas es, Contracts; Unit approval, Tenant Screening, Contract T ermination; Section 8's Administrative Plan, and more. Current owners/landlords are encouraged to attend. You may invite your associates interested in the Section 8 Program to attend also. Due to limited space, RSVP is requested. Please call Hillsborough County Section 8 at 813-273-3794 ext 34 9 AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite720 (813) 259-4444 Former Asst. Attorney Generull'or Florida Former County l'rosec.:utor 1l1e hiring of a lawyer i s a n import a nt decision llwl should not he hased solely upon Beii1re you decicde, ask us to send yo u free wrillen inli mnalion ahoul our and Were You Hurt! Need A Good Doctor And Someone Who Will Properly Document Your Case! Need Your Car Fixed! 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 I Having Been In Several Accidents Myself, I Know Just What To Do To Get The Best Results For You"lf Before You Sign Up With Arwone Else, Call He. 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FEATURES Family Confused About Lack Of Details In Man's Death Terry Reed said he does n t put muc h into what people o n the s treet have t o say, but f o r right now that's all h e a nd his hav e t o go on. Reed and his s i s t e r s Sonya and Kethia a r e tryi n g to find out how thei r b r other, Brian, was killed in a n acc ident Saturda y evenin g P olice r ep or t s indica t e that office r s were trying t o con d uct a traffic o n a vehicle a t Martin L u th e r Kin g, Jr. B o ule\arcl and 2 6th Street for u nkno\\11 r easo n s police sa i d the ope r a tor o f the vehicle d i dn t s t o p a nd O e d o n ti1LK Bouleva rd s t riking a mailbox The driver th e n l ost control o f the vehicl e and it s tru c k a p o le, rot a tin g it v i o l e ntl y a hd causing the ba c k sea t pass e nger to b e e jected. That p asse nger, Brian Reed, was transported to a local hos pital and died from his injuries The vehicle's driver, Johnny Teel, 37, was charged with grand theft auto eluding offi cers and vehicular homicide A third person in the vehicle, Thomas Millstead, 36, was not charged. Police also report ed finding drugs in the vehicle. Teel was injured in the accident and hospitalized, but Millstead was treated and released. Reed, 40, i s a n a ti ve o f BRIAN REED ..... siblings want answers. Daytona Beac h Florida, a nd the father of 3 children. Family m embers said he had been talking about opening a family owned and oper a ted business. The siblings lost their mother June 29th, and this incident is especiall y difficult for them to deal with "We buried our mother July 7th, and Brian was released from jail July 25, 2007," said Terry Reed. "We have so many questions, because police have told us nothing. We don't know how this could have happened for something as simple as a traffic stop for a wrong tag." Th e Reed f ami l y said they JOHNNYTEEL .. ... driver charged with Reed's death. found out about the accident and th a t the driver had been arrested by watching the news on television. "We want to know how our brother was killed and why," said Kethia Reed, Brian's twin. "It doesn't make sense to us that this accident is what killed him There has to be more to it than this. We don't understand how he was ejected from the vehicle. All we have are ques tions, because no one is giving us any answers." The family said they are still making funeral arrangements for Brian a t this time. Sibl;ngs Seek Assistance To Help With Mother's Burial Whep Ms. Bernice Williams Thomas l a id down afte rnoon, s h e just 'went to take a n ap ,' her family 1says. Th ey had no id ea the 52-year-old wom a n w ould not wake up Because she was unemployed a nd h a d no insurance, the family is seeking h e lp from the community to h e lp with her buri al. They have s ele cted Ra y Williams Funera l Home and would like to have a ser vic e S aturday, September 1, 2Q07. Since she died suddenly, the Medical E xaminer was conducting a n autopsy to determine cause of death. Th e family l earned that their mother had a heart attack. She appar ently had a heart disease, but the famil y was not awa re of La'Nita Event Planning, Inc. Women's Pampering Night When: Saturday, September 1, 2007 Where: Netpark Tampa Bay 5701 E. Hillsborough Ave. Time: 3:00P.M. -10:00 P.M. 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"My mom has never been sick, other than having a 1 cold, daughter, Fredericka Scott stated. Ms. Thomas h a s three adult children -Fredericka Scott, Bernetta Williams and Arthur Cooper, and a step-daughter, Dorothy Thomas. The family is grate ful to the community for the outpouring of love that has been shown to them. In addition to her children Ms. Thomas, originally from Hartford, CN, is survived by a 4 brothers and her par ents. For additional information, call the funeral home or (813) 562-0788. Deadline Approaches ForTOBA's Oratorical Contest BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Friday A u g u s t 3 1 2007, i s t h e deadli n e t o apply as a p a r tic i pa nt i n t h e A nnu a l You t h H e rit age O ra torical Sch o lars hip Con t est by th e Tampa O r ga nizati o n of Blac k Aff a irs. October 25t h A ccording to Ida Booth, Y o uth D eve l op m e nt h air for TOBA. yea r s th e m e "is tim e l y and pr ovoca ti ve: Ilip Hop and Rap M u s i c T h e Power the l'ositive. the Pe rverse o n d th e Pric e o n Black Family Life ... IVho !\fins W h o Los es? " Thi s genre of mu s i c i s vet }' popu l a r in t oday 's vet }' d i verse c ulture a nd h as c a ptivat e d the sen sitivities o f m a n y age groups," s h e stated. "This theme i s bro a d e n o u g h for th e students to come from any angle. The the-me does not suggest that all rap music or hip-hop music. On the contrary, the theme suggests that there are some positives on Black family life," she explained. c m (/) 0 }< )> c G") c (/) 1\.) 0 0 -...! Thre e workshops h ave be e n planned to assis t the student in prepara ti o n for this eve nt The fir s t of whic h will be h e ld on Saturday, September 1 a t th e Temple Terrace Libr ary, 9 a. m. -11 a. Il1 Subsequent workshops will be held on Saturday, S e ptember 22nd, at the West Tampa Libr ary, 9 a. m -11 a. m.; and Saturday, October 6th, at the College Hill Library, 10:15 a.m. 12:15 p. m. Workshop attendance is mandatory for all participants. The preliminary competition will be held on Saturday, October 20, 2007 at Middleton Senior-High School. Six finalists will emerge from the preliminaries to participate in the finals, which will be held on The competition is open to ., students in grades 6 through 6 12, and they will be competing :::0 for college scholarships. 6 To download an application, : go to m and select Latest News. For more information, z please call (813) 874-TOBA m (8622). WARREN DAWSON 221 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. ..; lbe H111ng 01 A Lawver Is An lmpartanl Thai Shonld Mol Be Based Slllely U1111n AmrtlsnJenrs. 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EDITORIALS I COLUMNS c a: u. c z <( c C/) w ::> .... > a: w > w c w J: C/) :::i Ill ::> a. z ..J ..J ::: m ..:. W z w 0 a: 0 ..J u. FLORIDA SENT INEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 140 1 22072tst AV1!nue Tamoa Flonaa 33605 ( 8 \ J J Pt;OCsnec E. very Tuesaay ana Fr-.caf 61 FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co Member Of N a tJonal As.sooatlen tNNPA. ) and Ama!Qamated Pubbsner$. Inc New Yor .. e 1990 -44 CP POSTMA S TER : Send Ack:lress Change To Fk)rida Sentinel 8uUe11n, P O Bo x 3 363 hmpa. Fl 33&01 Penod!Cal Postage Paid AI Tampa. Fl W W Andrews 18 741931 ( 19 19) C Blythe Andrews t90t-t9n (194 5 ) Founders C BlYTHE ANDREW S JR CHAIRMA N S KAY ANDREWS PUB LISHE R C BLYTH E ANDREWS Ill PRESIOEN TIC ONTROLLER GWEN HAYES EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS ADVERTIS I NG DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscr ip lions$44 00-Pe r Y ear B ot h E d i tions : $87 00Per Year One E di t ion {)pi mons expu,ssed on e drtorr a l pages of t ns newspaper by Columnr s t s or Guest Wnters do not nece s san ty reflect tne ecMonal s tance ol The Florid Sentinel Bulletin Ol the Publ1sher I Too Close To Homell ... erhaps, by now, repetition should have set in. it shouldn't' hurt so much. But it still does. news of another GI killed in action reaches our pressrooms, and when that news includes the fact that the dead soldier is a native son or daughter, it more than hurts, it bleeds! And so, today, we bleed for a native son. He went to Leto High School, graduated in 1989 and entered the military two years later. That's what the news copy stated. It also stated, one of Sgt. David Heringes' passions was his Harley-Davidson mutorcycle, which he often rode on the interstate, from Tampa to North Carolina and back again. And yes, Heringes is said to have loved the military as much as he loved his reasons for being in the military. We say, when an individual gives his life for what he does, it is not appropriate nor respectful to question the sanity or logic of his death. So, we will simply say, Sgt. Heringes -who was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq, and who was scheduled to return home this month -is sorely missed by his family, friends and fellow Americans. We, at the Sentinel, take this responsibility to remove our hats and offer our prayers to Sgt. Heringes' fa,mily, as we have done for others since the beginning of the Iraq-Mghanistan hostilities that have killed several thousand of our sons and daughters and have killed countless thousands of Iraqi and Mghani sons and Moreover, we hope, someday soon, this editorial space will be able to proudly announce that our children are coming home, unharmed, safe and forever. Nevertheless, we salute the name and memory of Sgt. David Heringes, and share with our readers one special passion, which Heringes is said to have-possessed. He' loved his s-year-old son, whose love for his father has been so abiding that has re.fused to take off his little military fatigues until his fathe, r returns home, again._ -Justice For Two Civil Rights Era Murdersl sincerely hope the families of two young Black killed during the early years of the Civil Rights era will be able to find peace, now that a former Mississippi Ku Klux Klan leader, James Ford Seale, is headed to prison for their murders. Seale led the abduction and murder of two teenagers, Charles Moore and Henry Dee, in May 1964. Their bodies were later found tied to a heavy jeep engine and railroad tracks in the Mississippi River. Both young men were alive when they were thrown into the river. We share the details of this heinous act with our readers because no many of you may have forgotten these two murders, and oth_ers of you may not even have been born, when the murders occurred in 1964. While justice comes 43 years after their deaths, we are pleased ., and grateful that Moore and Dee were not forgotten by 111 the FBI and federal prosecutors who continued to pur-.ue dleir poaible -. -& -... ... -Black American History By Rudolph Harris The Unfinished Business Of Thurgood Marshall (Series) J2Tnfortunately, Black the work previously started by their most potent warnors. There was the unconqu er able, Thurgood Marshall, who won the unforgettable "Brown vs. Board of Education, 1954-" Atty. Marshall had to create the NAACP L ega l Defense Fund in order to escape or defin e the attitude among his col leagu es And God knows h e was never given the support desired to conduct the fo l lo w-up l egal itie s giv in g forward justic e to the extension of Bmwn vs. Board. Atty. Marshall certainly was not pleased with the foundation left and set by the Brown ca se. "Mr. Marshall had to see the weaknesses left in the aftermath of "Brown vs. Board In fact, Mr. Marshall could never have been satis fied that his contemporaries did not prosecute hard enough and considerate enough in challenging the local courts throughout the South in particul ar, on educational practices. Ask any school district's NAACP lawyer, wh.ere are your petiti0ning briefs demanding the professional doings of school boards in (3Y Iris Holton contesting during th e e r a o f "Brown us. Board ." How many NAACP L ega l D efe n se Fund l awyers wer e able t o measure their l egal hours of service durin g th eir tenure as r e presenting Black parents and th eir c hildr e n? I say to yo u today, that nothing has to change outside of the approach Thurgood Marshall and his closest colleagues have initiated. Under the present l aw, regardless of what they say, our sc hool s do not have t o return to the segr ega t ed styes destroyed back in 195 4. A lw ays say NO to segregation. It i s either integration or separation. I Let It Go And Move On that I could scream! If his name were Joe Blow, his s tory would barely make the police log . But, because he is a professional athlete making big bucks, it's big news. For those who have been in a coma recently and haven't been bombarded with the news, Michael Vick faces several charges pertaining to the fighting and killing of pit bulls. At first, he denied any involvement in the case, but after careful consideration, he changed his plea to guilty on Monday. Three of his codefendants had already made deals outlining his involvement, so he had little choice. Of course, the animal rights groups jumped on the bandwagon and Michael Vick i s n ow in th e sa m e cat egory as Adolph Hitler. He has lost all of hi s lucr a tive endorsements, the NFL has suspended him indefinitely, he is facing prison time, and some speculate that his football career is over Yes, he was wrong. Yes, he should have been truthful from the beginning. Yes, fighting dogs is barbaric. Yes, the manner in which the dogs were killed is intolerable. And, yes, he should be punished. However, before Michael Vick is drawn and quartered, we should look a he totality of what he is accused of doing I have seen murder cases involving HUMAN BEINGS that never received as much coverage as this case We need to keep things in perspecti v e. Can yo u imagine how much safer the world wou l d b e i f that same a nim a l rights groups dedicated themse l ves to preventing crim e? Can you imagine how much safer our children would be if these same groups concentrated their energy and resources on keeping pedophiles away from our childrep? Can you imagine how much better off our senior citizens would be if these same groups would dedicate themselves to ensuring they don't have to decide between medicine or food? And the list goes on and on and on .... Michael Vick has beeri arrested. He has entered a plea of guilt. And fighting dogs does not carry a death sentence. We need to let it go and move on. tors admit they will be hampered by the fact that potential witnesses and suspects are elderly, ailing, have died or are dying. Furthermore, it is likely that many of the 40 unsolved civil rights era murders, which included Moore and Dee's case, may remain unsolved, for those reasons. Seale, who has been sentenced to three life sentences, has severe health problems, and at the age of 72, will probably not live long in prison. Notwithstanding, that should be no reason to cease pursuing justice for the victims and their families, no matter how long it may take. Therefore, we look forward to investigations into the roles, which local and state law enforcement officials (including district attorneys, etc.) played in the murder investigations and the delays of murder investigations of civil rights victims. For, certainly, it is time that the complete story be told Perhaps, then w.e will be able to say that America truly haS comlllltted lbelf to weekina trUth, and to a reali-ty, .

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COLUMNS The Sole-Man Speaks Another Vievv By RANDOLPH KINSEY The Big Fish In The Pond c m CJ) 0 l> l> c c CJ) N (X) N 0 h eads of l arge corpora tion jeople talk. intemet theic naJ I dinner table, over cracked and shimmered in the telephone, h e re more than one language, as 7 ... .. thi s story. Take Vick out of recently via text messag ing, they no doubt, contemplated the picture and the dog-people like to do w h at they the possibility of being picked .. .... article is not about fighting story i s one day's h ave done for thousand s of to fill such soon-to-come whe th e r h e i s right, wrong, n ews at best. It wou ld h ave years. They like t o talk a bout vacancies l eft b y the l ikes of g uilty or innocent. It i s a bout be e n a s m all article someth e big fis h in t h e pond. In here 1 n the b ac k of tl1e peop l e who see ming l y h ave Billy Graham and th e w h d h b h l .f ld rn1mortal Reverend Ike. o rder to make my point, I newspaper or a footno t e in a t e est t at 1 e cou must mention Vick and t h e 1 1 t d b "IMMORTAL!!" the local n ews f o r T.V. an d g1ve, on Y to ose 1 an e dog fight in g and gambling plummet e d down to nothing, That's the word! Most certh a t took place on the pro-the r a dio. as if God Himself turned His tainly, the Pastors White perty ow ned b y him. For As mu c h as th e Michael back on them. That i s what courted that concept lik e a more than a month, Vick Vick story has been dis-make s the story of Job so lover, as their Chu rc h and dog fighting h ogge d the cussed, debat e d, tri ed in the popular. And that i s w h y peo-Without Walls" t ook on a h ea dlines. That s tory riv a l e d court of public opinion and pi e will b e t alking about g lobal impact and t h eir the war in Iraq a nd the over dra mati zed, ask someP as tor Randy White an d names becam e househ o ld dential race. one to name Vick's thre e co-his darling w ife, Paula, for words. Superst a rdom was on The story occupied the d e fe ndants. The majorit y of th e next nine generations. th e ir hor izon! And th e n .th e front page of newspapers; th e public has no idea, nor "THEY HAD IT ALL," peobottom fell out! television primetime and do the y care ple will say, just like Bogey P eople say the y saw it com-radio talk shows. Why was The y know Michael Vick a nd Bacall," or so the s ong ing! They say it a ll s tarted this story so important? though, and that's because entertainers, and ot h er well known professional people Imagin e what wou l d h ave happened if it had been Tiger Woods or Michael Jordan instead of V ick? It wou l d still be big n ews in 2008. There i s a l esso n to be learned from this Michael Vickstory. The J esson is, if you are a big fish in t h e pond, you live in a glass house and you are always under the microscope. The ref ore you always have to be careful and highl y selective in the things yo u do the things yo u say, th e place s you go a nd the people goes! No, Randy White and whe n Paula White began Because it in v olv e d Michael he is the big fish in the pond. Paula White d i dn t b eg in t aking on too much r esponsi -Vick, the high profile quar-While superstar athletes are y ou ass ociate with. I am sorry to have to tell 0 the big fish of the world th a t :::C the publicity goes with the territory CJ> their careers in the l ap of lubilit y and g litt e r t o the extent terback of the Atlanta always the big fish in the. xury. Far from it, th e Whites s h e perhaps, began t o believe Falcons. ponds, so are politicians, s tarted their dance with God, that h e r h a l o was every bit as Michael is the big fish in ministe rs of big churches, in a storefront, in South bright as that of her hus-........ Is -:--.,. ... What Have We Learned? m z ;:j z m r-1 tll c r rm ;:j z "'C c: tll l Tampa. During tho se d ays, band 's. The y could have told Randy struck quite a h er, said many, th a t no m a t comed i c pose as o n e of th e ter how lovin g a nd s u pportive few w hit e men i n T a mp a who h er husband see med to be, he had th e nerve to wear a monwas s t ill a n A merican m an! ster-Afro-hairdo an d white He still wanted to wear th e pl Htform s h oes. Y e t nnd still pnnts if not nt h ome, at least w h ereve r there was a pulpit in wor ld opinion! And then there was Pastor White, there were the other s tories legs-crossed with his aff a bl e circling like gnats ... rumors smile. And for the same rearegarding person a l deal s and sons that a 6 3", Black man b y u1'1derstandings th a t went the name of T. D : Jakes or sour and hit the newspapers another Black man with the just before Sunday service In unbelievable name of Creflo other words, the hounds of Dollar could draw Ghristians hell smelled blood. The holy like fireflies to a flame, honeymoon was over! The Pastor Randy White biblidtl Job had another seemed to have a magnetism name! A separation "was cer-my Faye and are singularly motivated or is a science, the rest of us Ci5 that Black Christians found tain! especially irresistible! So, what's a divorce? It's Perhaps, it was his willing. like herpes. Anybody sus ness to go wherever tht::re was ceptlble. But when it happens a need. Behind closed doors to 'God' s ordaii1ed, the firma_ many ofthe &arne people who ment shakes, or so we had for years poked fun at believe. And yet, we have Pastor White's afro ; admitseen men and women of God ted readily that the man and lose their wings and come his message had been fearless plummeting down. Billy courageous regarding Sunday was one. Henry White's ability toward find-Lyons was another ing a spiritual niche and fillThen comes the list of teleing it in the hearts, minds vision-evangelists who'v e and concerns of many indibeen caught with everything viduals Who were without a from illicit-same-sex love church or spi ri tual direction. affairs to money So, why shouldn t this skinny deals totaling millions of dolman with an Afro-wig find Iars favor with God? And in doing Certainly, we should be so, why shouldn't God give bored by all the melodrama His new Adam his own Eve? _of God's froien-chosen. But And so, God did! liy gosh, on a sweltering Indeed it seemed, every-afternoon, the miseries of thing White and his equally Job and the Pastors White wife touched turned do make good gossip. to gold, spiritually and finanPerhaps, remind us that, cially. From coast to coast when it comes to the blues, their fortunes On we are all in the sight o{ television, ra dio and a' crosS God! .. ' .. -.' im Baker were directed. Consequently, fJ'iiTR}JI A:merica's ultimate relationships once guided by know that the secret of inter-ffi televangelism couple. Not love are rio more. only that, they were loved by Before Tammy Faye the masses because every and Jim took another direc week they came before us in tion in their lives, which our living rooms and offered -eventually led to their themselves to us through our breakup,, our. relationship good and bad times, as well with them; like our own as their own. They were relationships were built on such a part of our families the premise "ain't no that when we wept, they mountain high wept; when they prayed, we Unfortunately, not even the action rests in one's ability to communicate Today, we live in a world where families. and 'marriages are failing at an alarming rate. So, h ow do we cower and thr.ow stones when all arourid us, the walls of our own "litlle piece of heaven or tUmbling down? ... We live in a world where prayed; where there was lyrics to one of Marvin open communication is wei laughter, we all shared in it Gaye's greatest hits can come and where we can together and we loved them save us from our humanity afford to communicate our and they loved us. or our1intelligence. For .it is wants, desires and dreams. Oftentimes, it's hard to often said, "what does not Yet, we disregard honor, explain long-distance rela-kill us will only make us opportunity and privilege. tionships, but what we had stronger." Only, sometimes, Why? Because we can and with Tammy Faye and the brokenhearted have not we do! The sad part is everyJim needed no explana-eyes to see or strength to body is loud and. tion-it was what it was! prevail. saying nothing." Then, And, what it was exemplified Paula and Randy White love, faith and honesty. In are no different from whex:e is our attention? this civilized world, some-Tammy Faye and Jim Believe !tor not, communi times that isn't enough! Baker. As a matter of fact, cation is the glue that holds -For the most part", they are no different from together. throughout the course of any any of us. Oftentimes, we Without It, relationship, time is seldom start together on journeys .( and so do our relationships. friendl to because "time with a purpose in mind, The reason fhat "no one brings about a change." In place and spirit. What hapknows what goes on behind essence, people change right pens after: all this placement closed doors" is because along with time. Eventually, of reason and intention no communication has "left the stuff happens. Unfortun-matter how fo'cused is building" and love don't live with time, we grow in while some here anym<;>.re:'1 Be and out of relationships that : believ,e that behavior Unto You. 1 0 m < m -4 c: m en c )lo : < ,..: z c ., c

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PICTURES FROM THE PAST Robert King and M attie Satchell are loyal longtime Buccaneer fans. Dr. James C. Renic and daughter, Karinda were captured attending a Tampa Bay Buccaneer game. Greater Mt. Carmel Choir held an Educational Night Program in this photo from the past. In attendance were (front row, I tor): Monica Jackson, LaSha\o\n a Sheppard, Ruby. Cutler, Carolyn Peele, Yvonne Johnson and Archeles e Preston. Back row : Clydie Harley, Gef!etia Sheppard, Ann Jackson, Dee Merritt, Delores Foster, Donald Beck and Lillian Davis. -f c m (/) 0 }< l> c G> c (/) -f J'l.) J'l.) 0 0 ....., ., r-0 l:J c )> (J) m z z m r;m c: rrm z c: m r-c;; ::z:: m c m < m c: m (J) c ,. z 0 ,. :a

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" 0 0 N CX) N 1-(/) ::::> (.!) ::::> c( SPORTS SPORTSIDE WITH RANDY c (/) w ::::> J-Tiger Began Quest For Fed Ex Cup After skip pin g th e first in a series of four tournaments called the Fed E x Playoffs, Tiger Woods begins his quest for the $10 million prize. By skipping the first event, Tiger fell from the # 1 spot to fourth in the standings. Tiger will play in the Deushe Bank Tournament in Boston A win would vault Woods back into the #1 position. Even though the Fex Ex money is $10 million a pla yer can't get a n y of the winnings until they reach age 45, then the money would b e paid out NFL. Oh Bubba! That's Tampa J efferson's IMt:tWS: star, Andre C a 1 d w e I I. E:"':::"':}'>'iii'!''''' Bubba is a l so the brothe r of ANDRE England CALDWELL wtde receiver Reche Caldwell. Bubba i s also one of the players UF is depending on to repeat as National Champs. ......_ over a 5-year p e riod. c Andre has the s i ze the speed and the talent t o play in the NFL. He is a lso one of the Gators' prime offensive threats. The Tampa nativ e can catch, run and pass the football. Don't be surprised if Bubba is an All-American this year. a: u. c z <( c (/) w ;:) 1-Just Call Him Bubba Bubba has returned to the University of Florida football :earn for his 5th season. Bubba has been selected as one of the team's co-captains. Bubba is also a prospected 1st round. draft pick of the Williams Sisters At U.S. Open The Williams sisters are in New York, but they aren't the r e on a pleasure trip. They've come determi n ed to win t h e prestigious U. S. Open Tennis Championship. Venus comes after winning the Wimbledon Championship and Serena comes fresh off of h e r latest injury. Both of the Williams s ister s b elieve that they can win the upcoming tournament. Serena b e lieves t hat s h e i s comple t e l y healthy for the first time in a while and Venus feels that s h e i s o n top of h e r game. Bucs Final Cuts To Come Saturday Th e Tampa Bay Buccaneers will finalize their team for the season opener this coming Saturday. The Buc s will play Houston at hom e on Thursday and final cuts will come on Saturday. I say final roster cuts but I am sur e the Buc s w ill b e l ook ing to see who got cut b y other team s. 1f there is anyone out there that the Buc's coaching staff feels will make their team better, they will bring them in and cut some body to create room. Players are fighting for their positions right now because for many, their pro fessional football career is in danger of coming to an end. > a: w > w Vick Apologizes, Enters Guilty Plea c w :::t: (/) :::i m ;:) a. z tu ...I ...I ;:) m ...:. w z w (/) c( c a: g I.L Q .... Fans in Atlanta have seen their exciting quarterback, Michael Vick perform for the, last time. Vick, 27, the most versatile and exciting quarterback to enter the National Football League, will wait until December lOt,h when he will be sentenced for his P!lrt -in .a dog fighting club. Vick, who entered a guilty plea to a federal dog fighting charge, could be sent to prison for a year to1 18 months and has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL without pay. Also, the Falcons, who have said they will. not immediately cut Vick, will pursue the $22 million in bonus money he received in a record $130 million contract he signed in 2004. -In a new conference Monday, Vick publicly apolo-MICHAEL VICK gized for his part in the club. "I need to grow up and be more mature. I ask for forgiveness and understanding for Michael Vick the person, not the football player. "I apologize to Roger Goodell, Arthur Blank Bobby Petrino,' and my teammates for misleading them and not telling the N. 56th St, Tampa, FL. M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30 P. M. Saturday 9 A.M. 1 P. M. 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"I'm just glad that Mike is finally just dealing with it and doing what he had to do and understands the mistake he made," Horn said. "Hopefully he can go on with his life and he can come back and definitely play football The plea agreement was fi!ed Friday and will be for mally entered in U.S. District Court on Monday in Richmond, Va. Vick admitted to conspiracy in a dogfighting ring and helping kill pit bulls He denied betting on the fights but said he bankrolled them. BEAUTY UNLIMITED CHRISTINE This time, we decided to to you by popular demand Christine as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you spend time around this lovely young lady, you'll quickly admire her wit and confidence, especially when it comes to what she expects out of life. Christine always time to spend with friends, but she also understands there's a time you need to be by yourself. It's during those times Christine uses her creative mind and surp.rises everyone around her. 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. SPORTS Serena Gives Thumbs Up EW YORK --Serena William s provided a simple answer to a question about her health on the eve of the U.S. Open. "Thumb's u p," she said with a smile and a giggl e Saturday, jutting her l eft thumb in the air. It was an injury to that part of her hand that forc e d William s to pull out of e v e r y tournament she had ente r e d s ince Wim bl edo n where s h e lo s t i n the q uarterfinals to Justine Henin after g etting hurt in the fourth round. Despite the length y layo ff -h e r U S L-----"-"' Ope n d ebut Monday night WILLIAM S will be her first com peti tio n since July 4 Williams pronounced her self r e ady to contend for w hat would b e her n i nth Grand Slam title. Beats Buddy Fish For 2ND Pilot Pen Title NEW HAV E N Conn. James Blake beat c l o s e f riend Mardy Fish 7-5 6 -4 Satu r day t o win a n allA m erican final a t the Pilo t P e n Whil e Fish was p l aying i n his firs t f inal of the year Blake was pl ayi n g in h is se c ond i n a week. H e lost to Roger Federer i n O hio last wee k Blake, who grew up in n earby Fairfie ld, conside r s the Connecticut T ennis C e nter h is home court, and a lso won here in 2005 But their were plenty of Fish supporters at this match, and as the players Nice job, pal: James Blake (right) and Mardy Fish had never faced each other in a final. cam e on the court the normal chants of "James, James, James," were replaced by USA, USA. ....... ::::-::.:. .................. :':':,::: .. Teamed Up To offer You The Hottest And LateSt In Tampa ?_: ? Ask For Danielle Or Maliss a Beauty Is My Business Wash-N-Set $25 Body Plaits $130 Stuffed Twist w/Ponytail $35 Sew-In Micros $85 Micros $99 For Appt. Call Michelle @ 300-0404 Bernard Hopkins Fined $200,000 Miller Stays BERNARD HOPKINS BOSTON --R eggie Miller is staying retire d passing on a chance to turn t h e B ig Th r ee of t h e Bosto n Celtics into t h e Fabulous F our. Miller t o ld the C e ltic s his decision a ft e r having several conversation s with Dann y Ainge, Boston's executiv e d i r ec t o r o f basketba ll opera tions, during the pas t two w e e k s, team s pok esman Jeff Twiss said Th e NBA 's caree r lead e r i n 3-p oi nter s turned 42 on Friday and has s p e n t t h e last t w o season s out of the NB A afte r retiring from an 18year pro career, entirely with the Indiana Pacer s. H e never won an NBA champi onsh i p a nd t h e overhaule d Celtics are con-REGGIE sid e r e d co n -tend e r s MILLE R D anny a nd R eggie h ave b ee n p r etty muc h i n c o m m u nic a ti o n peri o dic ally ove r t h e la s t f ew wee k s o r s o," Twi s s said F r i day. D anny informe d m e that (Miller) w i ll not b e c om i n g b ac k or out of r etirement. LAS V E G AS, NV -Bernard Hopkins w a s fin e d $200,000 b y t h e Nevad a State Ath l etic C ommission on Friday after h e and Ronald "Winky" Wright e ng a g e d i n a weig h in sc uffl e prior t o thei r July 2 1 fight. The 4 2 yea ro ld Hopkins, who won the li ght h eavy weight b out i n a 12-round unanimous d e cision testified b e fore a hearing h e ld Friday b y t h e NSAC Posey Agrees To Terms On Contract With The Celtlcs Hopkins have h a d his license s u s p e nd e d i n N evada, but in stea d r e gul ators chose to fine him s i x p ercent of the $3 m i ll ion purse from the b out. A spokesman for the Commission said Hopkins' actions at the weigh in were not premeditated, but only occurred after Wright insulted the boxer by speaking about his dead mother. BOSTON --James Posey and the Celtics have agreed to terms of a deal that will bring the former Miami Heat forward to Bos ton. "He was a free agent," team spokesman Jeff Twiss said Sunday. "He was available to be signed and. he decided to sign with us. Twiss did not disclose details of the agreement with the 30-year-old, who also played for the Memphis Grizzlies. The 6-foot-8 Posey has a If Your Hair Is Not Becoming To You ... You Should Be Coming To Brenda 2806 N. 34th Street Call 247-19 12 or 65? -2405 &t2211LE1 &AIUE $30.00 RETOUCH $20.00 SHAMPOO BASIC STYLE TWIST UP DO'S PONYTAIL EXTRA 1ST TIME CLIENTS ONLY! reputation as a strong d efender. He alter n ated with Antoine Walker as the si xth man when the Heat won the NBA title in JAMES 2006. POSEY Posey has averaged 8 2 points and 5 6 rebounds since entering the NBA w ith Memphis out of Xavier in 2003 1803 N. 22nd St. & 7th Avenue Specializing In All Of Braiding BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS $10.00 OFF for Appointment Call: Moi@ 234-01 04 e & Jfai;& 'Beauty Suyy{lf Store 'Bar6ersfio/ 2 1 3 W Brandon Blvd. 60/ P a r s ons-Home Shopping Plaza (813) 654-1175 MS. SHERRELL A. LEWIS-OWNER 1-fair saron Pasfikm 'BoutU,ue Your Ad Should Be Here! Call For More Details [8131 248-1921 -4 c m en 0 c G) c en -4 1\) (X) 1\) 0 0 "'.J "" r 0 :a en m z ::! z m r;a:J c r r !!I z c a:J c en ::z: m c m < m :a -< -1 c m en c )> z c "" :a c

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The 36-year-old musician and actor, whose real name is Earl Simmons, was not at home during the Simmons' lawyer, Murray Richman, said Simmons hasn't been in Arizona for at least two months and was "extremely disturbed" to hear the animals weren' t being cared for properly. DMX W e had a caretaker that wasn't taking care, that's what happened," Richman said. "He loves dogs -he loves these animals. Those dogs are practically his fami ly Richman said he hadn't been notified of problems at the property until he learned of the raid Friday. Sheriffs officials said they had contacted another lawyer who works for DMX. Arpaio said the deputies who served a search warrant at the home Friday seized 12 pit bulls tied up on the property and took them to an old jail that has been converted into an animal shelter. Campbell's Past Can Be. Raised in Lasuit NEW YORK_,__ Campbell's string of tussles with aides and maids can be raised in a lawsuit. against her. The British catwalker tried to block former maid Gaby Gibson from bringing up Campbell's history of dustups with people who work for her,-saying it was "scandalous and prejudicial." But in a ruling published Wedne_sday, Manhattan state. Supreme Court Judge Michael Stallman said previous incidents could be admitted. "Those alleged acts .might be relevant to the issues of intent and the need for future deterrence, Stallman wrote. Gibson was "very happy" about Stallman's ruling,. said her lawyer, Lambros Lambrou. Gibson-worked for NAOMI CAMPBELL Campbell from November 2005 through January 2006. She claims the 37-year-old model hit her, called her bigoted names and threatened to charge her with theft after being unable to find a pair of jeans designed by Stella McCartney. Campbell has denied the claims. She was never charged with any crime in the incident Gibson alleges. Subscribe Today! Voice of Our Cornntunity for Itself" "" ENTERTAINMENT Lawsuit Against Jackson, Hospital Halted MICHAEL JACKSON SANTA MARIA, CA-A la wsuit file d by the family of a woman who died at a hospi tal soon after she was mov e d to make room for Michael Jackson cannot continue as filed a judge has ruled. The family of Manuela Gomez Ruiz had sued Jackson and Marian Medical Center in Santa Maria, claiming she was kept from critical care after s he h a d a heart attack on the same day Jackson was brought in with flu-like symptoms during his 2005 child-molestation trial. Judge Rodney Melvillealso the judge in Jackson's molestation case on Tuesday allowed challenges to the complaint filed by attorneys for Jackson and the hospital, who had argued the facts of the case didn' t justify the complaint Nicole Richie Serves 82 Minutes In Jail NICOLE RICHIE LOS ANGELES-Nicole Richie was released from jail Thursday after serving 82 minutes of a four-day sen tence for driving under the influence of drugs. -The reality show star, who checked into a women s jail at 3:15 p m., was released at 4 : 37 p.m. "based on her sen. tence and federal guidelines," Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Maribel Rizo said without elaborating Under a federal court mandate to manage jail overcrowding, arrestees sentenced to 30 days or less for a nonviolent offense are usual ly released within 12 hours, the sheriff's department said in a statement. Under the guidelines, -Richie was "treated in the same manner as other inmates with a similar sentence, the statement said Richie, 25, was originally sentenced to 96 hours in jail, but that was reduced to 90 hours because of time served when !Ohe was arrested. Filmmaker Involved In Fatal Car Accident LOS ANGELES-Oscarnominated director John Singleton was dri ving a Lexu s SUV when i t struc k a nd kill ed a jaywalker who stepped in front of t h e car, p o lic e said Friday. Singleton, 39, immediatel y stoppe d hi s ca r and waite d for polic e to arrive after the accident Thurs day night in the city's Jefferson Park neighborhoo d said Officer Jason Lee, a police spokesman. "Mr. Singleton stopped and identified himself as required by law and was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol," Lee said. "He was questioned and r e leased The woman was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead Friday morning, Lee said. She was identified as Constance Russell, 57 of Los Angeles Other details were not JOHN SINGLETON immediately r e leased, and an after-hours call to Singleton's agent was not immediately returne d Singleton, whose d ebut film, 1991's "Boyz N The Hood," earned him two Oscar nominations, has a l so directed "Poetic Justice," "Shaft," and "2 Fast 2 Furious." He was the produc e r of "Hustle & Flow, "Blacll Snahe Moan" and the justr eleased "Illega l T ende r The Band Has Been Madel With the help of email votes, Diddy has made his selection for the band: willie, Qwanell, Brian A., Mike and Robert (front). : ld Sc.hool Party ,. "Back -To School Bash In Honor Of Our Teachers" 'rJid School is so much less complieated" Friday, August 31,2007 (Labor Day Weekend) Sons of 3315 W. Lemon Street Tampa, Florida 33609 8 P.M. -12A.M. BYOB NO BOTILES EXCEPT WINE OR CHAMPAGNE Tickets ADVANCE: $7.00 for Teachers with ID $10.00 for Others DOOR: $12.00 A Heart & Sool d Tatlll!J Bay PrOOuctioo

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DEATH I MEM I CARD OF THANKS LOCAL FORMER WELL-KNOWN TAMP AN PASSES AWAY BERNICE (SKEETER) KELLER Bernice (Skeeter) Keller passed away on August 20, 2007, at a local hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. Services will be held on Saturday, September 1, 2007, at New Life Presbyterian Church, College Park, Georgia at 1 p. m. ANDREWS MORTUARY, 1832 Washington Road, East Pointe, GA, (404) 768-2544, in charge of services. IN MEMORY OF IATANJIA M.TILLMAN 1966-2003 In loving memory of our daughter, Latanjia, who passed away on August 27, 2003. We will always love you and cherish your memories. Mom, dad, sisters, brothers and family. Harmon Funeral Home 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 6 Northern Owners 301 N. Howard Av.nuo Tampa FL 3310S Ph: (813) 253-3419 FIIJC (813) 251-4912 EnuN : taywmsef.not WITH SINCERE GRATITUDE ANITA FRANKCENE FAVORS-DANIELS The family of the late Ms. Anita Frankcene FavorsDaniels would like to thank you for the outpouring of love that you expressed to us during our hours of bereavement. Although our hearts still grieve, we were comforted by your cards, visits, phone calls and prayers. Your kindness will always be remembered. We would like to extend our special thanks to: Rev. James Givins and the Mt. Olive A.M. E. Church family, Allen Temple A M E Church, Jeffrey Rhodes and the staff of Ray Williams Funeral Home, the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, and our many West Tampa neighbors and friends. May God richly bless each of you. The Favors and Tribune fami lies. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Henry Davis, Tampa. M1s. Willie B. Hall, Tampa. Mr. English Harris, Tampa. Mr. Rimes Johnson, Riverview. Mrs. Jacquelyn L. Smith, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Alphonso Norton, Tampa. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME Charles E. Cheatham, 4410 N. 42nd Street. Annie Lee Cato. 4101 N. 15th Street. MORNING GLORY FUNERAL CHAPEL Mr. Martin Alford, Tampa. Mary Ellen Burgess, 2958 Flint Drive, Clearwater. Mr. Michael Edwards, St. Petersburg. Mrs. Vivian Goodson, 1006 N. Boulevard, Tampa. Deacon James House, 5603 Drew Court, Tampa. Mr. Rafael Rojas, 505 W. 129th Avenue, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME M .r. Robert L. Beckham, 3911 E. Deleuil Avenue. Mrs. Amanda L. Noles Brantley, 1712 E. Emma St. Deacon Staley Bryant, Jr., 2214 Climbing Ivy Drive. Mrs. Anaira Taylor, Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Bernice Williams Thomas, 1721 E. River Cove Street. Mrs. Anna Williams, 1408 Bucwood Court. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Elsie Livingston, 2508 E. Hanna-Avenue, #320. Mr. Jimmy Stevens, Tampa. Mrs. Louvenia Stewart, 2912 N. ;l.9th Street. Over 5,000 Attended Sgt. Ron Harrison's Final Day Of Atonement Maurice Jackson sang at the funeral services tributes to Sgt. Harrison that he penned specifically for this event. Former Hillsborough County Deputy and now FBI official MyLinda Harrison, left, and her sister, Karen Major of the Department of Transportation (DOT), at the wake services. First Lady Vanessa Banks is seated. BY JULIA JACKSON Sentinel Freelancer Filing into the church one-by one, the entourage of officials was led by Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee and his wife, Pastor and Mrs. Bart Banks, pastor of St. John Progressive M. B. Church, where Sgt. Ronald Harrison was a member, and Ron's squad unit followed. During the viewing, Governor Charlie Crist stood alone silently with a bowed head before the casket. Then the family filed in by twos All of this is done in silence. The family was first to speak Sgt. Harrison's daughter, Ronee stated, ''I'll miss the day when I get to tell you I'm pregnant with your grandchild, or the day that I get married and you won't be there to walk me down the aisle. Daddy, there's so many things that I will not be able to share with you," the 23-year-old said. During the delivery of the REST HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK "A Community Pride" 4615 E Hanna Spaces Monuments Markers DISCOUNT AVAILABLE 626-2332 The funeral procession leaves Idlewild Baptist Church, Dale Mabry. eulogy, Pastor Banks expressed to everyone how God doesn't make mistakes. He shared the story of a little boy who told his dad that God made a mistake The little boy said, 'God made a mistake.' The dad replied, 'what do you mean son, God made a mistake.' 'Yeah, he made a big old oak tree with a tiny little acorn, and a watermelon on a tiny vine to grow on.' The next day the little boy was walking outside and an acorn hit him in the head. The little boy said, 'whosh,' wiping his head. 'I'm glad it wasn't a watermelon.' County Commissioner Kevin White knew Sgt. Harrison for many years He stated how "Ron was a nononsense kind of guy with a sense of humor. White recounted a story" about Harrison while they were recruits. "A trainer asked, 'what would you do if you had to arrest your mother?' The requits squirmed. But Ron said, 'man I'd have to call for back-up'.'' Flags were displayed by the Fire Department several places during the 45-minute funeral procession. On the interstate, tow trucks lined up in unison formation with their trucks while the pr_ocession passed along every street that was blocked. Thousands stood out with signs to express their sympathy, many with flags and hands over their hearts to salute the fallen officer Retired law enforcement and military personnel stood in salute. c m (/) 0 }< )> c c (/) 1\.) co 1\.) 0 0 ......, ., r-0 :tl c l> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 DJ c r rm ::! z ., c DJ r-u; X m c m < m :tl -< -i c m CJ) c l> z c ., :tl c

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< c a: Lt.. c z < c en w ::l 1-w > w c w J: en ::; m ::l z i= w _, _, ::l m _, w z i= z w en < c a:: 0 _, Lt.. 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 32819 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 Bid Proposal that is received after the date and time specified for bid submission in this Advertisement for Bids Documents will be available for examination and download on August 14, 2007 from Barton Malow's office and Hp site: ftp fl.bartonmalow com (Username : Lockhart, Password : Public), ORLANDO REPROGRAPHICS COMPANY 1110 Sligh Boulevard, Orlando FL, 32806. Tel (407) 843-0113, Fax (407) 423-7392, CFBE, Dodge Room and Reed Construction Data Bidders can pre-qualify with BMC by logging onto the site at http : //www bartonmalow com/subcontractors/subcontractors.htm to download and fax the form. A pre bid conference will be held at Lockhart Middle School 3411 Dr. Love Road Orlando, FL 32810 in the cafeteria on August 22, 2007 at 2:30 PM. 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 part_ icipat ion goal. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF GRACE E. HANNEFORD DECEASED File No.: 07-1471 Div i sion 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. Hannaford. DECEASED. File Number 07-1471; by the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County. 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 fo whom it has been assigned by such order is : Carol "Phillips. P. 0. Box 304. Gibsonton. FL 33534. I ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIE;D THAT : All cred i tors 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: PAIRICIA 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 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of i ts intention to receive sealed proposals at the office of the Authori ty located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa Florida at which time proposals will be opened and publicly read aloud. Sealed proposals are invited for the following : RFP #07-11 EXCLUSIVE BEVERAGE POURING RIGHTS (NON-ALCOHOLIC) FOR TSA'S GOLF COURSE FACILITIES Bid Opening Date: Monday, September 10, 2007 at 10:30 a.m. Pre-Bid Conference: Wednesday, August 29 2007 at 9 : 00 a.m. TSA Board Room Further details and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority, Purchasing Department, (813) 350-6500 Ex1ension 6511. The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive irregularities if any, and accept the bid, which in the judgment of the Author i ty, is determined to be in its best interest. Dated at Tampa, Florida this 24th Day of August 2007 .h. Housing f\uthorilq /s/ Jeanette Baker Director of Finance and Administration TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY Department of Energy Services & Special Projects Request for Proposals RFP-DES-FY2007-6 INDEFINITE QUANTITY LEAD & ASBESTOS TESTING RISK ASSESSMENT, Hazard Reduction Design, Abatement, and Monitoring Services The Tampa Housing Authority is solic i ting qualification based proposals from qualified contractors capable of performing an array of professional involving the management and implementation of a lead and asbestos hazard reduction program throughout the Authority's Public Housing Community ; services shall also include other environmental remediat i on services such as, pigeon waste, indoor air quality, asbestos, etc. This is an indefinite quantity contract so!icitation whereby THA intends to awa r d tasks under this contract on an as needed basis. The duration of the services under the resulting contract will not exceed two (2) years and the maximum contract amount is up to $150,000 per awarded The exact nature and extent of serv i ces wiil vary and no specified minimum amour:tt of services will be guaranteed to any firm An expedient implementation will be required on all assignments and only firms which demonstrate an ability to .perform under tight schedules will be considered The Author i ty reserves the right to award mqre than one contract from this solicitation If multiple awards are made from this solicitation, it shall be at the sole discretion of the Authority as to the quantity of services actually authorized and assi gn"}ent of task orders. A complete proposal package may be obtained from the Contracting Department of the Tampa Housing Authority located at 1529 West Main St Tamp' a, Florida 33607, (813)-253-0551 ext. 1 09. Questions regarding this RFP should be directed to Terrance Brady, Director Energy Services & Special Projects at (813) 253-0551 ext. 363 Proposals must be received at the Tampa Housing Authority 1529 West Main $_!.Tampa, 33607 no later than Wednesday September 14th 2007 at 2 : 00 P M prevailing Tampa, Florida time Proposals received after this t i me will be subject to rejection by the Housing Authority of the City ofTampa. THE TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL PROPOSALS AND TO WAIVE ANY INFORMALITIES IN THE SOLICITATION PROCESS. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER By : Jerome D. Ryans, President/Chief Executive Officer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA Case No : 07-13711 Dietris Stokes Dorsey Petitioner And Roderick E. Dorsey Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Roderick E. Dorsey Address Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Dietris Stokes Dorsey whose address is 110 West Flora Street, Tampa, FL 33604 on or before September 24, 2007 and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street. Room 101, Tampa. FL 33602 or P O, Box 3450. Tampa. Florida 33601-4358. before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at. the Clerk of the C ircuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court s office notified of your current address (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12 915 ) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office WARNING : Rule 12 285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. contact the Court Administrator's A.D.A. Coordinator, (813) 2Z2-7040, 800 E. Twiggs St, Roam 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call1-800-955-8771. Dated August 23, 2007." PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ADRIAN J. SALAS DEPUTY CLERK

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_?< Noti ce Of Intention To Register Fictitious Trade Name NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE N that the unders i gned intends to regi ster w i t h the Secretary of State i n Tallahassee, F l or ida, Chapter 90-267, Laws of Florida pursuant to Secti on 865 09 Florida Statute 1953, the trade name "THE LANDLORDS" J & N LLC engaged in the business o f Real Estate At 5006 Lumberland Drive, T ampa Florida 33617. Dated This 27th day Of August 2007. Sole Owner(s) James Hart Now Hiring VPK/Preschool Teacher With CDA T oddle r Teach er And Afternoon Teachers. Must Have Training Hours Call ( 313) 910-4163 52 Year Old Aerial Photography Firm Seeking Sales Reps. In Lakeland For Unique Product Earn 60k Plus Yearly! Full Training (800) 767-2553 EXPERIENCED OFFICE SECRETARY Highly Motivated FUPt fYlust Know Computers Type And Answer Phones Quickly Great Pay Start Today !!! 813.630.9827 Looking For A Live-In Person To Rup 24-Hour Home Daycare With Free Rent!!! Qualifications: 30 Hours Training In Home Daycare CPR/First Aide, 5 Hour Literacy, Must Pass Background Screening With Finger Printing. Bonus To Those Who Have Been Screened Call (813) 2l4-0213 NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7-3 $10 .00 $11.00 3-11 $11.00-$12. 00 Great Benefits 401 k Raise lri April Pleasant Courteous Work Environment L TC Exper i ence Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 E. Fletcher Daycare Teache r s For Todd lers A n d Two Year s O l d C l ass rooms E x per i enced 40 Hour Tr aining Required. Full T ime. Call (813) 626-6836 For More Information LALS Inc Now H i r ing Full-T ime And Part-Time CNA s HHA s Caregivers And S itters Phone (813) 377-5574 Email alockhartprovider@yahoo. com A Ministry o f F i rst Baptis t Church Of Progress Village Dr. Sam L. Maxwell PROJECT DIRECTOR Children's Future Hillsborough, a twenty member collaborative organi z ation providing early intervention and prevention serv i ces to children b i rth to 8 yrs Manage & direct the day to day operations Key functions : contract management budget reviews, strategic planning, partnership development and '?n understanding of system of care practice Knowledge of early childhood development helpful. Masters degree preferred in human or social service s 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 jobs@management.com Subject line to read CFH Director Must be received by August 29, 2007 @ 5pm. EOEIDFWP 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 workin g with children Salary based on experience Maintenance Services: Seeking maintenance person responsible for servicing maintenance requests and conducting preventive main t enance Varied progressive experience preferred Pay based on experience Residential Care Staff and Supervisor: Seek i ng staff and supervisor with bachelor s degrees or experience in residential care Professional attitude and t eam 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. Box 9451, Tampa-;-FL 33674 Background Screenings Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 62 YEARS A Ministry of First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Dr. Sam L. Maxwell Assistant Directo r of Career and Testing Services (50% grant funded position ) Districtwi de Required: Bachelor's degree, pref er ably i n busi ness t eac hing c o unseling, human relations or a related field; GED certification or the abi l ity to obtai n certification ; working knowledge of PC; strong interpersonal skills and excellent wr itten and oral presen tation sk ills; ability to work in an environment requiring multiple expectations and with a d iverse student population ; must be able to work one evening per week and nine Saturdays per year; have reliable transportation for travel between the college's locations; satisfact ory criminal history background check Degrees must be from a regionally accredited institution Preferred: Master's degree plus graduate courses in testing ; experience in education, including counseling and/or career/testing services : Start at $37,740 .00 Annually I $1,451 .54 Biweekly. The application review process can be initiated with copies of transcripts ; however official transcripts must be received prior to the interview Send or fax, by 9/7/07, letter of interest, current res ume, PHCC applicat i on, and official trarscripts to: Greg Hlad Pasco-Hernando Community College 10230 Ridge Road New Port Richey, FL 34654-5199 Phone : Fax : 727-816-3485 Applications available at www.phcc.edu/administration/hrlemployment.php MATERIALS MUST BE POSTMARKED OR FAXED NO LATER THAN September 7. 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Utility, Carport +Deposit WID Hook-Up Comer Lot With 2/1 -2905 E. 24th Street Call (813) 621-5410 Call (813) 263-5591 CHA, Ceiling Fans Fenced Yard Tile Floors Quiet Neighborhood 3/1 -1018 14th Ave. Or (581) 584-1288 "Must See" Section 8 Welcome $135,000 5/2 -7507 New York Dr. 1001 Grace Street Call (813) 569-0842 5/2 5709 30th Street Ready For Move In (813) 293-8431 Jackson Heights Area West Tampa Area % Mile Section 8 Welcome 851211th Street From Downtown and New Construction by: Call Tyrone 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath % Mile From University 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Pro-Fit Development, Inc. 1-800-890-7639 Fenced Yard, Central Newly Renovated $850 00/Monthly 2408 E. 19th Ave. Air/Heat, WID Hookup 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths $400 CO/Deposit $850. 00/Monthly 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Progress Village $850 00/Deposit 1700 Square Feet Lanai, 2 Car Garage 5909 81st Street Section 8 Welcome CHA, Huge Backyard 1620 ldell Street1,709 Sq Ft $167 500k Section 8 Accepted Privacy Fence 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath 2410 E 19th Ave. Call (813) 632-9452 Washer/Dryer Hook-up $675 00/Monthly 3 Bedroom/2 Bath, 1 Car 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath $1,350/Monthly +Deposit $400 .00/qeposit Garage, Front Courtyard $1 ,050.00/Monthly Rehabbed And Section 8 Welcome 1,650 Sq Ft-175 000K Ready To Rent Call (813) 335-0076 2605 E. 28th Ave. Contact Franklin Brooks ,. Call (813) 241-1903 (813) 885-5266 (813) 231-2974 4032 Cortez Drive 3 Bedroom/2 Bath, 1 Car 2405 Avenue Garage, Front Courtyard 1 650 Sq Ft 175,000K 2804 N. 16th Street 2708 10th Avenue LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 3311 E .. Ellicott Street EMPLOYMENT--HOMES FOR SALE/RENT 10 Year Structural Warranty 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath APARTMENTS --DUPLEXES 42" Maple Cabinets 2102 E. 115th Central Heat & Air ROOMS FOR RENT Tile Flooring Throughout, 3718 N. 32nd Stainless Steel Appliances $850.00/Monthly BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CD And Many Upg-rades. $ 600 CO/Depos it Please Contact LEASE OPTIONS, ETC ..... 813.227.9240 w Exit Realty Section 8 Accepted Kenny Rushing ADVERTISE IT IN (!) 813-716-0160 Call (404) 290-3277 www.rehabbersuperstore.com THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN

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FOR REN Condo Dale Mabry Area 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Good Area Section 8 Ready Call Kenny Rushing (813) 227-9240 Tampa 3403 North 48th Street House For Rent 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Section 8 Welcome Or (813) 495-7481 Section 8 Welcome 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Newly Renovated Also Available 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Please Call Ruben (813) 775-8624 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 Carrollwood 1 Bedroom Condo Immediately Available For Renf Or Lease Option Resort-Style Gated Community With Many Amenities $1 ,000 00/Rent $800. 00/Deposit Call (813)451-1986 Ybor Historic District Small 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Upstairs Apartment 2009 Florence Located Rear of 919 E. 11th Ave. WID Hookup, Screen Porch Central Heat And Air $575 00Monthly Includes Water (813) 238-6353 1 & 2 Bedrooms Ava i lable Univers ity Area Low Security Deposits Call 813-600-5090 W/INI/ REALPROPERTYWORX COM Gann & Gann Rentals 806 Floribraska East Apartments For Rent No Kids Phone (813) 229-8696 West Tampa 1 Bedroom Efficiency Apartment Close To Downtown $525 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Plus Utilities Call (813) 309-1615 USF Area Studios $425 00/Monthly Lofts $505.00/Monthly Immediate Occupancy CALL 813-977-3401 I/WINJ REALPROPERTYWORX COM Apartment Complex In Lovely Park Setting 2/1 Free Water Sewer And Section 8 Wanted Child And Pet Friendly $625 Per Month Two Months Free For Tenant's Part Of Rent Obligation Only 2 Available!! Call Quick 813-971-0341 Seminole Heights Seniors 62+ Now Accepting Applications For : 1 & 2 Bedroqrn Apartments Controlled Access, Library And Community Room With Activities Beautiful Landscaped Community Special Accessibility For Hearing and Sight Impaired Well Served By Public Transportation Income Restricted Leasing Office @ 202 E. 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At The San Lorenzo Terrace Rental Office Located at 5225 North Himes Ave. Tampa, FL 33614 L Opening November 2007 [ 1 Bedroom Apartments 1 : Rent Based On Income C Must Be At Least 62 Years OfAge 111 (813) 877-5800 TTY 800 955-8771 Nicely Refurbished 2/1 Back Duplex Apartment Close To University Mall Rentl$675.00 Deposit $500 00 Tenant Pays Utilities Section 8 Welcome (813) 843-2085 Tampa Heights New4-Piex 2 & 3 Bedrooms Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice $850.00-$1,050.00/Rent Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 4n-n34 Section 8 Perferred 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex Tile Floors Large Yard W/D Hook-Up (813) 230-8968 Section 8 ONLY Duplex Move In Special 3/1 Nice Area Washer/Dryer Hook-Up CHA, Large Fenced Backyard Call (813) 789-3879 DUPLEX 1504 E. 138th Ave. 3/1, CHA, W/0 Hook-up $795 00/Month $500/0eposit Section 8 Accepted Ron (813) 920-1085 (813) 690-6664 Duplexes 3/2-8603/8605 N. 15th St. 2/1 -10001 N. Annette 1/1 804 E. 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Private Bathroom Shared Kitchen And Living Room $130 .00-$175. 00 Weekly $1 00 00/Deposit Call (813) 545-9139 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 Rooms For Rent Furnished Kitchen Facilities Single Males Preferred Drug Free Area Phone (813) 247-3581 Or (813) 965-5931 co SUPPORT THE UJ FLORIDA SENTINEL (!) 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WE BUY JUNK CARS AND TRUCKS CALL J .R. (813) 966-3501 We Will Buy Your Junk Cars Trucks And Vans Call Penny (813) 621-0163 Wanted Dead Or Alive Unwanted Cars And Trucks We Pay Cash! We Will Come To You Phone (813) 385-7713 We Pay "TOP" $CASH$ For Junk Cars Trucks Vans And Motorcycles Running Or Not We Pick Up Any Junk Metal For FREE! Phone (813) 695-2438 "We Do Best For Less" MAC DADDY Lawn Service Hauling And Clean-Up Phone (813) 245-9761 Guaranteed Discount Landscaping, Lawn, Tree, Sprinklers Hauling, And Clean Up Services Residential & Commercial Phone (813) 416-5388 Or (813) 454-7765 Bernard's Lawn Care Service & Tree Trimming Residential & Commercial Up, Trash Removal Tree Trimming & Hauling Call Bernard @ (813) Learn How To Create Wealth Investing In Real Estate Rehab For Profit Build With Equity Build A Pos i tive Cash Flow Rental Business Must Have Fair Credit Must Have Cash To Close Ser i ous Inquiries Only Please Call Kenny Rushing 813.227.9240 Micros Short Hair Micros Long Hai r Body Plaits $65 $85 $95 Corn $10$r5-$45 Weaves $45 $65Call For Appointment (813) 567-1429 ff13!5 'hl:t'M'il Don't Be Fooled By Others Cash In 3 Days For Your House Real Estate Investors Buy Homes From Sellers In Financial Trouble We Help With Financing Too! (813) 965-5413 Irvin WARNING!!!!! Since running my "3 Days Cash For Your Home" ad there have been reports of other copy-.cat real estate investors trying to ma}1ipulate people with empty offers of quick cash and fast closings. There are few legitimate Tampa companies that can honor such offers. Rehabbers Superstore is the real deal. Before you lose any value in your home ask the investor to provide the following: 1) References : Ask to talk with people who have recently sold them their home Medical, Dental 2) Proof of Funds : Ask them to Prescription, Vision prove they have the cash to close quickly Many investors & Chiropractic Care use a "Quick Cash -Fast As Low As Closing" tactic to get you to $11. 95 Per Month sign on the line, then they run arciurrd'-town trying io find Call Now To Enroll someone to buy their @ ( 813) 516-9284 3) Occupational License: Are they legitimate? Ask for a Ask For Hope copy of their occupational Sage Properties Group, LLC Cash In 3 Days For Your House Ready _To Sen Promptly Call Floyd 813-727-6728 license. At the Rehabber's Superstore we have the cash to buy, and we can close all deals in 3 days More importantly, we can provide you with our credentials. See our full page ad in the Florida Sentinel to learn more, or visit our web site at: YIWw.rehabberssuperstore.com (813) 227-9240 Kenny Rushing \ .. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS DON'T LET THOSE OTHER G'LJYS STEAL YOUR HOUSE! 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Bynum, 48 and Weeks, 54, are co-founders of Global Destiny Church in Duluth Georgia. They were marrittd in 2002 in a lavish televised w e dd ing that featured a 7. 76-carat diamond ring. They separated three months ago, said Bynum's sister, Tina Culpepper. Culpepper told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the couple met for dinner Tuesday night at Concorde Grill in the Renaissance Concourse Hotel near Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to work out their differences. Apparently things didn't go well and Weeks walked out to the parking lot at about 10 :30 p m. He then turned back around and attacked her, said Officer Ron Campbell of the Atlanta Police Dept Because Weeks threatened Bynum's life during the attack, police said, charges were upgraded. Anytime you tell a person, 'I'm going to kill you that moves it up to a felony," Campbell said. And her bruises were serious enough to merit felony aggravated assault charges against Weeks. 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 1225 l.rq!1. Tampa, FL 33602 [ il ;Phone#: (813) 223-3900 Th e hirin g o f a l awy er is aD impo rtan t decisio n an d sho u J d t be you d ecide. ask us t o s end yo u f ree wri n e n info rma f no bo based sol e l Y adve nise m e n u Bef o re J O n a ut o u r qual :ficatio ns and exp er ien ce Pre-Orders Grow For O.J. Simpson Book 0 J. SIMPSO::\' N E W Y O RK -B a rnes & Noble announce d a w e e k ago that it wouldn' t kee p copies of the n e w edition of O.J. Simpson's "If I Did It in its stores, saying the book wasn't expected to s e ll well. Since then, the book has jumped into the top 50 on the superstore's online site, Barnes & Noble.com, and ranked No 48 as of Sunday night. Barnes & Noble hasn't changed its mind. "We still have no plans to stock it in our stores," spokeswoman Mary Ellen Keating said. The book, coming out this fall, can be purchased through Barnes & Noble. com, or by special order at a Barne s & Noble store. Simpson's book was first scheduled for publication l a s t November b y ReganBooks, an imprint of HarperCollins, with an announced printing of 400,000. But "If I Did It" was dropped in response to widespread outrage, including from relatives of murder victims Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. Monday: 4 Gls, 20 Iraqis Killed; 15Wounded As an expected five million people arrive in K arba l a f o r a reli gious ob se r vance Iraq security forces are focuse d on preventing attacks agains t Shi' ite pilgrims Still at l e a s t 2 0 I r a q i s h av e been killed or found dead and 15 more were wounded in the latest vi o l e nc e Al s o four U.S. service members were killed in s eparate incidents over-th e l ast two days. Two Task Force Lightning soldiers were killed yesterday in Salah ad Din province as a result of enemy gunfire. A Marine died in Anbar Province during combat operations yesterday, while another Marine died the day b e fore in a separate i n c id ent. Convicted Killer Of Fla. Girl Sentenced To Death I NVERNESS -A c o n victed sex offende r was sentenced Fridav to death for kidnapping 9-year-old Jessica Lunsfor d ntping h e r and burying her alive in hi s yard. John Evander Couev 1 o o k e d s t r a i g h t a h e ad a s C ircu i t Judge R i c H owar d to l d him h e s ho ul d b e exe cut e d for the 2 00 5 c r i m es t hat l e d to n e w laws in many states cracking down o n con victed sex ofi'Emde rs. Sheriff's deputies h ustled the h a nd c uff ed inmate out o f the cro w ded cou rtroom The girl s f ather, M ark L u n s f o r d tear e d up as h e listen ed to the judge r ead a d etaile d his t o r y o f the case JOHN C OUEY for nearly an hour . lie hugge d r e latives afte r t h e se ntenc e was r ead Outside court, Luns ford had a message for Couey: "Ski p all t h ese a ppeal s T a k e your punishme nt. High School Football Standout Shot, Killed HOUSTON --A Houstonarea high school football standout committed to play at Oklahoma next year was shot to death at a Harris County apartment complex Herman Mitchell, 17, died Friday at Ben Taub General Hospital of multiple wounds. The 6-foot, 200-pound senior linebacker for Westfield High School had accepted a scholarship offer to play for Oklahoma Witnesses said Mitchell and another t ee n were fight ing in the parking lot before the shooting Emile "Rusty" Lewis, 19 of Loui siana, w a s taken into cu s tody after the s hooting H e was being h e ld in a Harris County j a il on a murder charge Toni Wiggins tried to rush to her son's side. He calle d h e r moments afte r he was shot. "He said, 'Momma, they shot me. The y s hot me.' I was s tuck in traffic on 1960 And I s aid, 'I'm try in g to get there.' And tho se we re hi s last words to m e," she s a id. "It s going to b e OK for u s b ecaus e he's r es tin g now. He s r esting now. H e s still playing football. H e' s still our h e ro He's still HERMAN MITCHELL our hero. Lewis and Mitchell we r e once friend s "Th is i s a guy who sat in m y hou s e and c a lled me mom a nd I just really d o n t know w h a t happe n e d They w e r e videogame buddies. They were partne rs who sat on the porch a nd talke d about life" Wiggin s sa id T eamma t e s and friends were in shock He w a s OT_le of the b es t people on the t eam. We w e r e jus t joking and laughing, and when they told m e h e had passe d away, I starte d c r y : ing, said Jiquesha Hughes, a Westfield High School stu den t. Wiggins i s a s ingle moth e r who s ai d s h e finds strength in h e r son' s memory and will make sure he gets jus tice. ( Officer Charged With Kicking Teen During Arrest I NDIANAPOLIS --A p()lice office r has been charged with battery for kick ing a teenag e r during a videotaped arres t at the c ity's Black Expo Summer Celebration, prosecutors said. A police department video shows Officer Adam Chappell kicking a 17-year old boy while other officers held him down in a downtown parking lot on July 21, authoritie s said . There were numerous officers i nvol v ed, and this video clea r ly shows that one of the officers, Officer Chappell, struck the defendant on ce in the head area while he was already b eing subdued, a nd the vide o shows him again walking back to that sus p e ct andkicking him in the head," Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi said Tuesday Chappell, a four-year veteran of the force wrote in his arrest r eport that the teen kick e d two other police offi cers during a struggl e

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Composite Photos Released On Suspects In Shooting The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office has release d a pair of composite photographs they hope will help capture two men involved in a shooting death Friday morning Deputies said two Black males approache d Javier Comacho-Morena, 23, and two others as they were returning to their apartments at the Amaretto Apartments. Deputies said the suspects demanded money and when the victims said they had none, Comacho-Moreno was shot in the upper body The suspects fled and Comacho-Moreno was pro nounced dead at a local hos-Composite sketches of suspects in shooting/robbery. pi tal. The suspects are described as Black. males, 25 to 30 years old, one with a heavy build, the other with a thin build. Both men were allegedly armed with handguns during the offense. Anyone with information is asked to call the Sheriffs Office at (813) 247-8200. Authorities Believe One Man Responsible For Sexual Batteries The Hillsborough County sul)pect is described by the Sheriff's Office is investigatvictims as having a distinct ing a series of sexual batterfoul odor and is believed to ies. The 4 incidents have be traveling on foot or on a occurred between the bound-bicycle. His attire usually ar;ies of to consists of dark pants and Bruce B Downs and Fowler shirt and .he has been reportAvenue to Avenue.'-ed as being barefooted. The cases date back to The suspect is described as Augu&t 2003, the most a Black male between 20 and recent occurring August 19, 30 years old, 5'6" tall and 2007. weighing 150 to 200 ponds. At this time, authorities His hair may be shaved or said 3 of the 4 cases have all covered, and he has a mark been linked to the suson the upper part of his forepect. In each case, the sus-arm near his left wrist. pect gained entry through an All elf the victiins are Black unlocked window during the females ranging in age from early morning hours. Tl;le 24 to 37 . Fled Traffic Crash PINELLAS COUNTY Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies arrested a man Saturd_a}i evening for fleeing and el'uding after he was: invol\led in a traffic crash. A deputy patrolling the area conducted a .random check of the license plate o( a vehicle at 5050 Haines Road. That check revealed the Uncle, San.dy. . :Says \ 0 0 RAY OLIVER vehicle's tag had been stolen. The deputy tried to conduct a traffic stop, but_ the sped away . After' a short pursuit, the deputy 3, 5, 9, 12, .14, art of being wise pulled back and terniinated 17, 21,23 isthe art of 27, 33, 35, 38 knowing what to overlook:'' the pursu'it due to the sus-CRIME NEWS Tip Leads To Drug Arrest ANTONIO MADDOX On Sunday, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office D-3 Selective Enforcement Squad responded to 14822 Par Club Drive to investigate a tip that reported alleged drug activity at the residence. Deputies .made contact with Antonio Maddox, 21, who voluntarily consented to a search of his residence. Deputies located several pieces of drug paraphernalia as well as a loaded firearm Maddox was arrested and a search warrant was obtained for the residence. During the search of the residence, deputies seized over $91,000 worth of illegal drugs, and firearms that included an assault rifle and two handguns. Maddox was charged with armed trafficking in cocaine, armed trafficking in MDMA/Ecstasy, possession of cocaine, possession of MDMA/Ecstasy, possession of 20 or more grams of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell or del1ver possession of a controlled substance (Xanax), and possession of drug paraphernalia. pect's reckless driving. The suspect then traveled south on 28th Street and ran a red light, striking a mini van. The impact sent the suspect's vehicle into the wall of a convenience store before it struck an unattended parked vehicle. The suspect left the vehi cle, fleeing on : foot. He was later found hiding-under a bush behind a private resi dence Ray Oliver, 20, was arrested and charged with felony fleeing and eluding, misdemeanor leaving tl}e scene of an accident, being a felon in possession of a cealed firearm, and on warrants. Police said a firearm was found inside the vehicle Suspects Sought In Gas Station Robbery Surveillance photos of suspects in Texaco robbery. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports on August 23rd at 10:55 a.m., two men entered the Texaco Gas Station, 1140 Fletcher Avenue."One suspect allegedly jumped over the counter, while the second man walked around the front counter. The first suspect grabbed the store's clerk and threw her to the ground while allegedly holding a knife on her as the second suspect grabbed lottery tick e ts, cash and other property Both suspects fled in a white vehicle, possibly a Ford Taurus. The suspects are described as Black males, one appearing to be in his 20s, 6 feet tall, and with a thin build. The other suspect is of unknown age and also 6 feet tall. Surveillance cameras inside the station recorded the inci dent and photos of the sus pects have been released. Suspects Sought In Murder, Robbery Surrender To Detectives POLK COUNTY -Two men sought for an armed robbery and shooting death in Winter Haven last Wednesday surrendered to authorities. Henry Cecil Jones, III, 22, turned himself in to the Polk County Sheriffs Office Friday evening. He was charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Robert Cameron and the robbery of two others at Cameron's home. HENRY JONES JEFFREY GREEN, JR. Jeffrey Green, Jr., 23, turned himself in later the same night. He faces the same charges as Jones. .... c: m en c )> c: c;') c: 1\) 1\) 8 ....., 'T1 r 0 ::c g en m z m r I m c rr-z ., c: m r-c;; ::z: m c

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