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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tanzpa Bay Area acrata s urdar ats Lila Sentence SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 36-YEAR TEACHING CAREERS COME TO CLOSE Two teachers at Dr Paul L. Sheehy Elementary School will close out their teaching careers at the end of the school year. Ms. Sheila Bryant and Ms. Ola Johnson have each given 36 years of dedicated service to the children and families of the Hillsborough County Public Schools. Their retirement celebration was Wednesday, May 27th at Sheehy with their families and past and current principals in attendance. From left are, Ms. Carolyn Hill, who retired as principal at Sheehy a year ago, Ms. Sheila Bryant, Ms. Ola Johnson and Mrs. Fontaine Marion, current Sheehy principal. (Photograph by Julia Jackson) Chef Promotes Healthy Lifestyle SEE PAGE 2 .Student Wins At. International Fair SEE PAGE 3 Summer Tutorial Program To Begin SEE PAGE 3 Man Found Dead In Car Identified SEE PAGE 17

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en 0 Features N' w z ::> '"") Freedom Senior Gets Full ScholarshiP To Attend u. Of Tampa w ::> 1-e a: .. c z c( BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In the North Tampa community known as "Suitcase City," Camilia Wilson settled in and as a single parent, began the task for raising her two children. It didn't take long for he.r to see. the chal lenge that ahead for her. Ms. Wilson lives in one of the most densely populated areas of Hillsborough County where virtually all of the personal incomes are lower-middle class. It was in this environment that Ms. Wilson's son, Frank Wade, III, grew up. Wade will be graduating from Freedom High School this year, but his academic journey didn't start out well. "When Frank was in elementary school, I started getting calls that he was acting out in school," Ms. Wil-c 0 son. W "The teachers said he seemed distant wanted him to be examined for At .. w tention Deficit Disorder Syn..: [ij drome. They even suggested I 0 put him on some kind of W medication." Ms;-Wilson said what she (ound out was that her son wasn't being challenged c. enough. When he reached the Z fourth grade and got involved FRANK WADE, III in gifted classes, that's when things changed. "I asked my son if he understood what being in the gifted program meant," said Ms. Wilson. "Frank began to realize staying active was a good thjng for him, and: after the fifth grade, things started getting better for hiti'L" When Wade'bnte'r.ed his freshman yearin high school, he had already taken freshman classes in middle At Freedom, volved on the school's team, cross country ::> m I w z z w CJ) c( 0 a: 0 .. Step Team, ROTC, se veral youth programs, and taught computer classes during the summer as a sophomore. After an awai ding junior year where he traveled to Tallahassee, as a senior Wade became a member of the Na tional Honor Society. "I also gave up sports my senior year to concentrate more on academics. I continued my involvement with the ROTC After being honored as Cadet of the Year at Freedom, Wade said he and his mother were overjoyed to find out he'd be attending the University of Tampa on a 4-year academic scholarship. "I've applied for the Army ROTC. I'm not sure if I want to be a military officer. I really would like to be a plastic surgeon." As a senior, Wade received the Principal's Patriot Award for showing pride, leadership, and excelling in academics. "If"doesn't matter what's going on arciund you when it conies to raising your children," said Ms. Wilson. "As long as you lay down the law, make sure discipline is maintained, and teach them what's really important, you should never have any problems. I'm blessed to have two great kids, and I plan to stay active iri community af fairs 1n North Tampa." countv Commissioners To Hold Budget Workshop Hillsborough County Commissioners will hold a budget workshop on Thursday, June 4, 2oo9, at 1:30 p m i n the 2nd' flo6r Boararodm of County Center, 601 E Kennedy : Blvd.! . . For more information, contact Luann Finley at (813) 58:.!6. SUPPORT FLORIDA SENTINEL :ADVERTISERS: Urban Chef Promotes Healthv Southern Comforts Chef John Saxton is shown preparing one of his specialty dishes at the Urban Culinary Cuisine Care. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For several years, Chef John Saxton helpeq others establish themselves in the restaurant business. However, after moving to Tampa six years ago, he decided the time had come for him to open his OWn establishment. In Dece1nber 2007, he opened the doors of the Urban Culinary Cuisine, 10016 Cross Creek Blvd. (in New Tampa). Chef Saxton serves as an example cif hav ing the best of both worlds. He offers southern cooking with a healthy twist. Having joined forces with the American Heart Association, Chef Saxton shares his knowledge of a healthy lifestyle with others. When time allows, he visits churches, and other organiza tions to teach them about his southern comfort cuisine. By obtaining his Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Sci ence, it allowed Chef Saxton to merge his knowledge of food and that of the human body. _As a result, Chef Sax ... ton has the ability to prepare . meals that people suffering from high blood pressure, di ofhigh can enjoy. His talents have not gone l]y .crit-: ics. Chef Saxton has earned awards as "Best in Catering," "Best Personal Chef," "Best in Sandwiches and one of the top five in the "Best in Ribs and BBO" among Tampa Bay restaurants. He gained experience as a Chefs apprentice at Windows, on the World, a restaurant on the io7th floor of the World.Trade Center, and has catered such events as the 200,9 NFL Tailgate Party and the NAACP Centennial reception. HiS'goal is to "Target the African community to educate themselves on eating healthy southern comfort food, and, to earn to eat the foods which will redt!Ce cholesterol and blood pressure levels The result will be a longer lifespan and a healthier lifestyle," Chef Saxton said. as grilled sirloin steak, grilfed salmon, smoked salnioo salad, fried catfish, collard g1'eens, and fried chicken are just a glimpse of the tantalizing menu. The food is cooked to order and never left on a steam table. Additionally, the restaurant offers community interaction with events just for adults. On June sth, the restaurant will offer Let's Get It On Urban Style Speed Dating," from 9 p.m. until. The following Fri. day, June 12th, the restaurant will offer "The Chefs Lecttirc Series on the Side oj Foods." It is also geared fo..: ward adults and wiU .tal< place from : 9 p.m. untiL .... Chef Saxton invites everyone to visit the website at www. urbanculinarycuisine. com. CORRECTION .. In the Graduates Edition of the Sentinel, it was stated that Ms. Monica Robinson was the mother of Gary Adult graduates Tonya Palmer and Tiana Robinson. Ms. Robinson is the mother of Tiana Robinson. Ms. Linda Palmer is the mother ofTonya Palmer. The Sentinel regrets any inconvenience the error may have caused

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Features Man Convicted Of Killing Secretarv Nets life Sentence A Hillsborough County judge sentenced a 48-yearold Tampa man to life in prison Monday morning. The sentencing was in con nection with the death of a high school secretary that took place nearly two years ago. The sentencing means that Stanley Larry Telfare, Sr., will never be eligible for _parole. He was also senten ced to five years in con junction with the kidnapping charge. The two charges will run concurrently. Telfare was originally arrested and charged with felony battery and kidnapping. However, after Ms. Elalia Walker, 40, died, the charge was upgraded to first-degree murder. Ms. Walker, who was a secretary at Blake High School, died from injuries sustained when she jumped from a moving van on October 11, 2007. Shortly before 10 p.m., on that evening, a witness told Temple Terrace Police that he observed a man striking a woman and then throwing her into a van and leaving STANLEY TELFARE the area. The man said the assault took place in front of the Clubhouse of the Orange River Estates community. But, the van was gone by the time police arrived at the scene. Less than two hours later, Ms. Walker jumped from the van while Telfare was driving down Harney Road. According to trial testimony, Telfare did not seek med ical attention, but placed her back in the vehicle. He then contacted his wife and asked her .to follow him to return the van. Ms. Walker was still in the van and had not received MS. ELALIA WALKER any medical attention. Once she was taken home severely injured, Ms. Walker's fam ily called an ambulance and police. She was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where she was admitted in critical condition. She died a week later having never regained consciousness. -Telfare, who was a janitor at Blake High School, and Ms. Walker had dated at one time. .. .. City Editor.Jris B. Holton at .(813) 248,92 by e-mail iholton@Osentinel.com Student Captures 2nd Place In International Science Fair -BY'IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Earlier this year, Jasmine Roberts competed-in the Hillsborough County Regional Science & Engineering Fair, and cap tured first place and the title of -"Best of Fair'' trophies. The win entitled her to rep _resent Florida .at the Intel -International Science and Engineering Fair, held May 10-16;.in E.eno. Nevada. Once againl re:Based Fellowship. of Temple Terrace ; and plans to compete again in July during the Natioriai NAACP-ACTSO Competition. She enjoys playing the piano, spending time with her friends" going to the movies, and reading. She is also a meJ:pber of the NAACP. Youth C_ounciL Naacp Summer Tutorial Program Registration Begins BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In an effort to help youngsters excel, the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP, will once again sponsor its Summer Academic Tutorial Program. Registration for the program will take place atthe branch office, 308 E Dr Martin King Jr. Blvd Suite C, between 9:3'0 a.m. until 3 p m., Monday through Thursdcfy.' i' The Summer Academic Tutorial Program MS. BRENDA was designed to provide tutorial program JORDAN provides assistance to youngsters needing assistance in academic classes from grades 1 through 12. The tutorial program is being offered without cost. The instructors are members of the Hillsborough County Public School District. -i c m CJ) c c_ c z m _r-v I'V 0 0 (0 Ms. Brenda Jordan, Chairperson of the NAACP Education Committee said, "Normally, we don't accept first grade students "T1 But if a parent is registering a sibling for the session, we will 5 accept the 1st grader. This will keep the parents from having to go :::0 to two different places." C The session will begin on June sth and conclude on July 2nd_ l> The Summer Academic Tutorial Program will consist of a four-day week (Monday-Thursday), with a four hour day. Students Z Will attend from 9 a m., until1 p .m. ::! Parents are encouraged to register their students early because space is limited After the registration date, those wish-r;ing to register can do so at 308 E Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., tD Blvd. Suite P, where the tutoring se.SSion will take place Ms. JbTtdan also said that parents are encouraged to provide a sandwioh or a snack for their youngsters who are attending the ::! tutorial ;-: Z For additio nal information, contact the Hillsborough County "tt NMCP Branch Office at (813) 234-8683. r en ::t: m 0 m < m :c -< -f c m (/) c l> z 0 :c c

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m 0 0 N N w z :::::l ..., 0 en w :::> 1-Editorials & Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (US P S 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue. T ampa Flor id a 336 05 (813) 2481 92 1 Published E very Tuesday a nd F riday B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Me mber of Nation a l N ews paper Pub l ish ers Asso c iation ( NN PA) and Amalgama t e d Publishers Inc., N ew York 199 0 94 CP Tim e lnt erna t io n al POSTMASTER : Send Address Chang e To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 P eriodical Postag e Pa i d At Tampa FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1!1o1-19n (1945) Founders An Uncertain Future C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR ., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR > BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR DIREPT9R Subscriptio D s-$44.00 6 Months Both Editions : $87 00 -P er Year Both Editions. Opinions ep ressed on editorial pages ol this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessaiily reflect tne editorial stance ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. we Are Under anack I B y now some of the high school seniors have already graduated and others will this week. While many of them plan to enter college .or attend a tfade schoot there is a segment that plans on finding gainful employment. W e applaud Pastors on Patrol and to their churches. This past Sunday, many of these Bay Area Churches in the Black community called attention to HIVIAIDS in the Black community, not from the choir loft, but from the pulpit. Many pastors supported 9 the need for increased HIV I AIDS awareness in the Black fE community, particularly the religious community. 0 Moreover, funds were raised in support of national Z efforts to raise awareness and encourage adults and < youths to get tested for HIV I AIDS as a means of stopping the spread of infections and disease among Black 0 people. en Those students may need to rethink their future plans. Finding a job in this economy that will allow a young adult fresh out of high school and without any experience.:ts going to be next to ble. In years past, many young adults left high school and entered the workforce. And, on many occasions, they were fortunate enough to land a job with a stable company. In recent months, we have witnessed giant conglomer ates crumble and fall, leaving thousands of people out of work. Many of these people, who suddenly found them-w Indeed, after more than 30 years of the spread of HIV I AIDS in America, Black adults and youths experi> ence the highest incidence of infection. Yet, too many a: adults and youth still engage in risky behaVior while failing to-get tested for the disease. :Worse still, W many adults failJo talk about risky sexual with ffi their preteens and teenagers; as if sticking heads in :::t: the sap.d will make the scourge itself and the risk to en children'go'away. AIDS is the leading cause of death among Black women .. ages-25 to 34 and is the second leading cause of death ll. among Black men age 35 to 44 Moreover, Black teenagers have the highest rate of new cas.es Q.f, w HIVIAIDS. In other words, we are at war. The enemy .o(s"' ::i not simply a person, but a legion of disease. And the :::> only way we can survive, is to wake up and realize that 0? our community is under attack! ...J w z i= z w en < 0 a: 0 ...J IL. I Commissioner Who listens I Let me remind all of America that Black people are not new to this land. It is just as important to remind people that W ho knew Hillsborough County Commissioner AI Blacks aren't living here on a Higginbotham was serious when he met with us pass. We were here before a while ago and said he intended to find ways to this land became an inde-reach out to his constituents? Well, if we didn't know he pendent nation. We were was serious then, we know it now. It's called a "virtual here before the United States meeting," a combination of the County's cable television Constitu-tion was written up station, H1V, online streaming video, telephone, as well and adopted as the supreme as e-mail, which would allow constituents to speak law of the land. almost face-to-face with their County Commissioners. In fact, we helped to build And we are told we have. Commissioner AI this nation. we Have 'many Higginbotham to thank for the initiative. contributions to the well-It may have begun with a meeting members of our staff being and comfort of this had with Commissioner Higginbotham where he men-country. In Spite of our pre-tioned an overwhelming intent to talk directly with the sence and our contributions, people who hired him, the citizens of Hillsborough the supreme law of the land County. To our recollection, among what was said, two did not originally recognize ideas continued to surface. "If you talk directly to the us as human beings. When it people, they will tell you what they want! If you explain did, even then, we were not what you're talking about, rather than assume people recognized as a whole per-know what you mean, you will at last develop a language son. We were recognized as where everyone can speak." We believe that was said, or only three:..fifths of a person. something of the like. So, you can understand our pleas-The law that abolished sla-ant surprise when Commissioner Higginbotham was .very was primarily aimed at quoted as saying, "There are people -I'm one of them Black people, we constituted that like to see people I'm talking to. It's that human most of th_ e involuntary touch I like." And from that willingness for the "human slaves. The various civil selves in the job market, were not of retirement age and had to find a job to support their families. Last year, things were hard, but this year that seems to be an understatement as finding a job that can support a family is about as rare as a unicorn. The landscape has changed and instead of com peting with their peers, grad uating seniors will find themselveS. .co, nipeting with people from an age gtbups and education levels. ,, .. t . -Many economists are say ing that the road to survival injhis market is self-employ ment. However, you can't be self-employed unless you have some type qf skill. In order to survive in this market, you must become creative. The security of working for a large company, such as General Motors, is no longer an option. On Monday, rights bills were made necessary by the need to give Blacks the right that white men already enjoyed. The Voter.s Rights Act was not enacted to give white men the right to 'vote. Instead, the primary target was Black people. All kind of road blocks were devised to prevent Blacks from voting. White universities and schools didn't just throw their arms open wide invit ing Black st'tidents to come. That is exactly why we have the B1own us. The Board of Education. I hope we haven t forgotten that there was a time when Blacks, no matter how quali fied and capable, could not get simple jobs because of skin color We could not live anywhere we could afford to live because of race and only certain seats were open to us in all public transportation. It took government laws to outlaw discrimination. These laws were designed it was announced that GM had officially filed for bank ruptcy. GM is the largest company in the country. So, if it fails, what do you think will hap pen with other large compa nies? Therefore, it is imperative that you prepare for your own future You may not want to attend a traditional college, but you will definitely need s01i1e type of training . it: _ is impdrtant that y6u run walk, to the nearest school and find somethhl'g you would like to do. .; The time it takes fm; y ()u to complete the course wiil give the economy a chance to recover In the meantime, are on your way to ing some type of future for yourself. We are all facing an uncertain future and must prepare as best we can. to outlaw discrimination against Black people. In spite of these-laws, even today, Blacks are the last to be hired and the first to be fired The hated word 'qun tas' was created and put into effect to protect Black peo ple. All of these laws and the kind of people who saw a need for these laws were and are necessary because the system hasn't always been fair to Black people. While the climate in this country is much better today, we still have some road to travel. When Black folks are truly judged on the content of their cha-racter and not the color of their skin, we will no longer need to be protected by laws and judicial interpretations. When it comes to Black people, it must be quite a challenge to interpret a document that was basically written without Black people in mind. '1:1' touch," the "common touch," has come a County idea for ------------------:-------------------W a virtual town hall meetingi which would cost $136 for 0 posters to promote the service. You heard us. That's all. Higginbotham regarding the e-mail town hall . meetings, "I'm glad we explored it and now we'll do, at a minimum, the e-mail access to the budget meetings." Could it be that our County Commission is 'finally willing to talk and listen, too?

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Pictures From The Past Attending a Meacham Parent/Student affair are Tarshene Walters, and Rosanne and Rhonda Williams. Attending a game at Ca.rla Presc.ott, Viesta Kinsler Lynn Mason, and Zan Bolsom. \. l; .... .. Attending the Gaines-Southers wedding w'ere John Smith, Bobby Clark and KeVin Johnson. .... -. Enjoying a fine Easter in this photo from the past are Mrs. Irene Greeh, John G r e e n Rev. H. E. Green, Samuel Green, H E Green, Jr., and Minen a Green. -i c m CJ) 0 }< c... c z m 1\) 1\) 0 0 (0 .., r-0 ::xJ C/) m z -4 z m r-1 aJ ' c:: r rm -4 z ., c:: aJ r-u; :::z:: m c m < m ::xJ -< .... c:: m C/) c )> z c 'T1' :a 0

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All 4bout You N' w z .., ).:' C en w 1-Happy baby From, (yQl4r wifey Much love sent to you on your day Make of it and shine like we do. Happy Anniversary too, to us! KYE-MERRA LE'ANDREA' 'IRIONS 5-30-91 Congratulations on your birthday and graduation on 09, from Armwood. Love, Mary Knight, Keith Irions, and family ru;a friends. JASMINE ANDREWS Wishing our baby girl a happy 18th birthday and congratco w ulations on graduating with honors from Hillsborough High (!) School, class of2009 With love from mom, dad and your entire family!!! All LISSA Happy birthday. From, your mom and stepdad. BIGC Congratulations, from dad, Willy and Yosi. ,r:; -'ROSA' my wife, 'Rosa ; for a1l h e:r accomplishments' a.:nd' rece1v1ng her "BMO" degree from UMA:" With love 'from your husband; Reno and kids, Rena; Reanna, Lil Reno and Reon. We love you. TORIQUIC' JABA DUNKLEY School: Tampa Bay Technical High School. Age: 18. Parents: Trina Watson and Ishmeal Dunkley. 3.9 Chtll'ch: New Hope Tabernacle. Awards And Honors: High Honor Roll, recognized by the Hillsborough Alliance of Black School Educators. Activities: Student Government Association (SGA), Health Occupation Students of America (ROSA) and Step Team, "Tau Beta Tech". College: Florida A&M University. Future Plans: I plan to attend F AMU and obtain a BS in Nursing. After about 3 years as a nurse I plan to attend graduate school to become a physician's assistant NIVEETAAge3 NIVEETA Age 17 Congratulations, Niveeta Gadson, class of 2009, gradu-ating from Hillsborough High School. We lov e you baby, Nybie Lowman and Charles Givens. MR. JACKIE PHILYAW And MS. ARMELIA L. RUSS July2, 2009

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All About You MARISEIA GARCIA Congratulations, Marisela Garcia, class of 2009, graduate of Hillsborough High School. May all your dreams come true. Love, Julio (papi), Maria (mom) and Celia Garcia (sis ter). CHRISTIN PENNIN9TON Congratulations, Cbristin Pennington who will graduate salutatorian with a GPA of 4.9 from Howard W. Blake tomorrow, with acceptance from FAMU, UCF and USF to major in accounting. She is the very proud daughter of Jimmy and Evelyn Davis. We would love to thank our family for their total love and support with her education. To a special person, RIP CJ. LASHA Y BELLAMY, JR. Congratulations, Shay! Graduating from Bloomingdale High School. Wishing you much success in all your future endeavors! We love you! And thanks for all your hard work. Love, mom, dad, grandma, Lexie, Lavryn and Lawrence. VONDA DENISE HOPKINS Vonda, you are very spe cial to us and we love you. You have made the first step into your futu:r:e. Remember, God is with you in all your endeavors to succeed. Vonda will be graduating from Tampa Technical High School, June 3, 2009 at 3 p. m. at Florida State Fairgrounds. Vonda will also pursue her career by joining the Navy on June 15, 2009 Vonda, we are very proud of you Keep up the good work, keep your chin up, know that God is in you and always b y your side, no matter what challenges you have to face in life. Your family and loved ones. Local c: m Blake Grad Holds National Prep Track Records c.. c: z m 1\) Marissa McElveen, a senior at Blake High School, launched to #1 in the state and #4 in the nation for her feats in track and field Currently, Marissa is mulling over scholarship offers in track and field from Florida State University, University of Florida, University of Virginia, University of Central Florida, University of North Florida, University of Connecticut, among others, her track coach, Shirley Parker, said. With a new coaching staff at FAMU, her scholarship offer has possibly fallen through. Marissa is possibly the best triple jumper in the county's history at 40-112. In long jump, she leaps 19.71/2'. She has been a top-3 finisher in Class 3A in either triple jumps or long jumps. She runs the 100 meters in 12.0, 200 meters in 24.7 and is the second leg on the 4X100 relay team, which does 49 .7. Marissa is the daughter MARISSA MCELVEEN 1\) 0 0 CD of Tiffany Jenkins and Ramon Taylor. She attends Living Faith Assembly of God. At Blake, 0 she was a member of the :::0 track, cross country and C basketball teams, band, jazz band, Fellowship of m Christian Athletes and Z JumpClub. She hopes to start her m studies towards a degree in r;business this summer. m (Photo and information ? by Julia Jackson) r-m z YMCA Emma Kilpatrick ScholarshiP Awarded To Clearwater Teen 'U c: m r-(j) :I: m c m < m Camille York, born in GJe_?rwater, is the recipient o r 'the Emma Kilpatrick Scholarship by the Kilpatrick family. The first installment of the scholarship, $1,250, scholarship will be presented to her selected college in the fall. The student must maintain at least a 2.8 GPA in order to get the spring installment. Camille is the daughter of Marvin and Tara York. She will be graduating from Northeast High School, where she was actively involved in many activities and currently holds the title of Miss Northeast 2009. While attending Northeast, Camille was not only a member of Student Government, but she was class president for all four years of high school and was one of the 10 students chosen for the Northeast Hall of Fame. Camille was a member of the National Hono r Society, Scholars, Student Rights and Responsibilities, Multicultural, and the Speech and Debate Team. Camille is an active member of Bethel Metropolitan Baptist Church, where she serves in the choir, on the dance and praise team, and various youth activit ies. Camille strongly b elieves in giving back to her com-CAMILLE YORK munity as she has volunteered at the Bard moor Outpatient Center, the church food pantry, Habitat for Humanity, and several other service projects. Atter graduation, Camill"' plilns to attend the University of Florida to major in Broadcast Journalism and minor in public relations in order to pursue her goal of becoming a leading news anchor on a major news network. Camille believes, "Determination today leads to success tomorrow Desir e is the key to motivation, but its determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of y our goal a com mitment to excellence -that c: m C/) c )> z c 'T1 :::0 c will enable you to attain t h e success you seek." -Mario C> Andretti m .....

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0'1 0 0 C\.1 Local C\.1 w z ::::> ...., 0 (/) w ::::> 1-Tampa Chapter Of Jack And Jill Welcomes New Members The Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill America, Inc., a nonprofit family organization of mothers with children between the ages of 2 and 19 welcomed five phenomenal women as new members on Saturday, May 16th, 2009 at the Palm River Embassy Suites. New members Coree Allen, Anika CQ,ney, Joselynne Ford (Legacy), Dallas Griffin, and Tia Young were installed A highlight of this year' s membership process was the emphasi-s on community service. In keeping with Greater Tampa Chapter s goal of making a difference in the lives of our families and those in the communities we serve this excep tional group of new mothers provided a unique service project "The Baby Shower" in partnership with Central Hillsborough Healthy Start Project. The Central Hillsborough Health Start Program caters to pregnant mothers and edu cates them on how to stay healthy throughout their pregnan. cies and up to two years after their baby is born. This activity reiterates Greater Tampa Chapter s commitment to community service and improving the lives of all children 0 Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc is a: also excited to have husbands Chris Allen, Earnest Coney, LL. Colin Ford, Ty Griffin, and Victor Young who were 0 installed on May 16, 2009 as well into the Father's Auxilimy z c:t Group by Auxiliary Chair, Michael D. DuPree. Tangela D. DuPree, is the president. (Photos by Ishmon Johnson o Photography.) (/) w ::::J 1-> a: w > w 0 w J: (/) :J m ::::J a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::J m I ..J w z i= z w en c:( c CE 0 ..J LL. .c..'e ur ornntu.n Speaking fi:>r J ' \ Iselyn Dallas, CEO . Survivor, Inc. ; & All New Nephews .......... Underwood / 4401 FL Survivors Co11l$iimity They Are Lo ca l Fundr a is e r Spon s or s B i ke R i d e $15 P e r Rid e r A. A Purpose .. K i ck s tai:ukUp At 9 A M . Leiwj.ng Ftotri Channelside .. C oliiriliihltr Yard Sale $25: Table Space Welcome) All Proceeds The Can c er Ceiiij( { Witness Project) Faces Of Courage, And WintonTaylor Owner"OfBooks For Thought For More Information Contact Lyndon Dallas@ 813-503-9178 New Members are: Dallas Griffin, Coree Allen, Tia Young, Joselynne Ford, Anika Coney . New members and their husbands seated from left to right: Joselynne Ford, Anika Coney, Tia young. Standing from left to right: Ty Gdffin, Dallas Griffin, Colin Ford, Earnest Coney, Victor '\'oung, Coree Allen and Chris Allen. Greater Tampa Chapter Members seated from left to right: Tonya Coleman, Lisa PointerHolmes, VP., Tangela DuPree, Pres., Joli Cooper, Regional Sec./Treasurer, Deborah Thomas, and Valerie .Cherry. 1st Row Standing from left to right: Tameca Johnson, Vanessa BrownBenn'ett, LaKeisha DuPree, Chira Wright-Holloman, Dori Blanc, Dallas Griffin, Kim BrownBlount, Cheri D. Wright-Jones, Yvette Bowers-Cross, and Sheila Padgett. i2nd Row Standing left to right; Joselynne For
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c 0 New Release To Put Fathers In The Spotlight Referral Service Acts As Liaison Between Attornevs, Clients Mark Yulee, CEO of FATTODEF. COM and rapp e r /produce r Jamez Anthony (The Puppet Master) a r e c o llaborating on a new single entitled "Daddy I N eed You. F a ther's Day is approaching and the two are capitalizing on the opportunity to reach a large audience. Yulee and Anthony know the importance of having a father and would like to bring the African American male back to the forefront "A father is an intricate part of a child's upbringing," said Yulee. "Many times we find women wearing both hats, and the system has helped in ousting the Black father figure." Both Yulee and Anthony admire the African American Queen for their diligence, but they believe it takes two to create such a miracle, and it's only fair that the male do his part. We have a leader in the White House who has given us that sense of family again, MARK YULEE and every Black male should follow in his footstep s," said Yulee. Yulee and Anthony are looking for the local commu nity to help in their efforts as CD duplicators, graphic designers, area churches, local activists and other areas. Both men said they ard aware of some of the cost involved in launching this idea, and are willing to pay, but also need some help from the community. Yulee has creat e d a website to help local artists to make it to the next level and this is just one more venture on his agenda JAMEZANTHONY "The Puppet Master" Yulee and Anthony are planning to have their CD released to the public during Father s Day weekend I f eel that if there is ever a cause that should be invested in, this is the one," said Yulee. "Our goai is to give away 1,000 CO's at various church es throughout the area." Mark Yulee can be reached at Mark@fattodef.com, or (813) 495-1414 Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. When Ms. Lisa Stitzer founde d the AAA Attorney R e f e rral Servic e sh e was hoping to help both p eople in need of attorneys and attorneys in need of clients Ms. Stitzer founded the organization in 1996 because she saw the need to match people with reputable attorneys while providing a service that would be beneficial to both Ms. Stitzer, who has a b a ckground that spans several fields said, We are able to find attorneys for people in every single field. We have some people who have prefer ences in language and others may want to work with males or females. We try to fill the needs of both." When she began her compa ny, she received about 2,000 calls per month., but today, she receives more than 17,000 a month. The increase let her know that she is offering a much-needed service. She works with attorneys who are just.starting out as well as estabiished attorneys. H e r prima r y conc e rn i s th a t th e p e opl e sh e m a t c h e s d o n t w a lk away f e elin g th a t th ey h a v e not gotte n the se r v i ce th e y exp e cted from an attor ney. The organization operates in compli a nce with t'he Florida Bar Association standards. But the firm is riot owned or operated by attorneys and her background is in social work. Ms. Stitzer said, "It is so important that people under stand that they must be care ful when choosing an attorney We try and find attorneys who are caring and understanding." The Referral Service is open 24-hours a day, seven days a week. The company hires employees who accept the calls and realize that the goal of the company is to ulti mately Ipake a match between the clients and the attorneys City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by email iholton@Osentinel.com. PRESENTS VOTE NOW FOR YOUR FATHER OF THE YEAR!!! SundayJune21,20096PM Crowne Plaza Tampa Westshore 5303 West Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida Featuring 2009 Father of the Year Award Presentation Food and EduTainment 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay Pinning Cremony . nd Treat Your Father to an Extraordinary the Entire Family will Enjoy!!! Tidlets ... ..., $30 ,., ...... .. or$Sipercotlltle Resene Yo Seat Online at www.lOObmtb.org ........ ListHUw teWI'IIP115MIIIM.1FM fw Date witla 1M Dodor Hosted lty Jaaes Cole and Dr. Aye,..Co .. Sunday Momlngs @ 830 for your Chance to win Free Tickets YourName: ____________________ __ Your Telephone Number: ______ Candidates Name: _________ __ Candidates Telephone Number: ____ The 100 Black Men ofTampa Bay operates under the 4 for the Future initiatives; Mentoring, Education, Economic Development, Heahlt and Wellntss Which of these areas does your Candidate most qualify for? _Mentorlng _Education _Economic Dewlopment _Hulth andw.lness Ttl as about JOUr lnd why Is ht tht bHt fit for tt.. 2009 F1thlr Of tt.. VHf. Entries Must le Submitted by: June 7, 2009 Submit Your Entries Online by going to www.lOObmtb.org or Mail Form to: 100 Black Men ofTampa Bay 3837 Northdale Blvd #165 Tampa, Fl33624 c z m 1\) 1\) 0 0 <.0 "TT r-0 :!2 0 )> en m z ::! z m r-1 DJ c rrm ::! z ""D c DJ r-cn ::t: m 0 m < m ::D -< c m en 0 )> z c "TT ::D 6 "'C )> G) m <.0

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0') School Event c a: LL c z < Sligh Middle School GEMS Encouraged To Turn Their Dreams Into Reali-TEA The guest speaker was On Sunday, May 17, 2009, the Girls Empowered through MentorShip (GEMS) of Sligh Middle were celebrated during the.ir Second Annual Appreciation event in the form. of ,an evening Tea Party. The GEMS, parents, Sligh Middle School staff, community family and friends Were. all on hand to witness a phenomenal event that the young ladies will remember for years to come: The venue was the H. Ferguson Law Cnter located on Tampa Street next to Stetson Law Cameron Padgett (5th grade) and Nolan Jr. ( .7th grade), sons of Noland and Sheila Padgett. terful Mistress of Ceremony was Mrs. Valerie Goddard and the spectacular speaker of the hour was Ms. Veronica Blakely. Bianica Olivero who introduced the guest speaker, Junior Miss Arsana Williams who captivated everyone with a .creative e xpression, and the event sponsors -Mrs. Iva B. Carter and Mrs. Sheila Padgett (Sligh Middle School Educator and GEMS' Sponsor) who sponsored the event as owners of The Perfect Touch Accessories, Incorporated a certified women and minori ty owned business. Denise Phillips-Whyte.and GEM LaDaijah Phillips. : c tJ) w . ::::::,Other program participants included Mrs. Hanifah Munadi and Mrs. Copathia Parrott (Sligh Middle School Educators and GEMS's Sponsors) who provided the GEMS' Creed and GEMS' History, respecti'Z.ely, Ms. Shannon Legraade who rendered two selections, Mrs. .meca In ad<;litjon to the GEMS' being res;ognized by .grade tlf tn tn 1-). a: w > w c w :1:: tJ) :::i m :::::t Q.' z 5 :'9. :;;,I w z i= z w < c a: o ..J LL The theme for this year 'Was "Turning" Your Dreams into Reali:.TEA" GEMS were aged throughout the gram to" never give up and to always dream BIG. The mas-' : Phil: Service Tech 19 Years In The Industry Johnson who b ttfully blessed the food,J\faster Nolan Padgett,')r. (7th Grade), who compiled and presented a beautiful video display of all members of -'' GEMS, GEMS 713 Lumsden Road Brandon, FL 33 511 Phone: 813-689-8137 Cell: 813-260-6140 Email: theapplgent@aol.cohl ACN REP: 01887436 DO NOT THROW AWAY OR GO SHOPPING BEFORE YOU SEE ME Published Friday, June 26; 2009 To Bring In Ad Thursday, Juneta, 2009 .$10 For Photo Student's School: Student's Nanie: --Parents: Grandparents: Honor: (Choose) Principal's Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Honor Roll, Citizenship, Perfect Attendance: Hobbies Church: Daytime Telephone Number: {Not For Publication) ----. level (6..+ and 8 ) and honored for their academic achievements, special honors.,were also $bestowed on gth"gra
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Local Rep. Benv Reed Hosts National Academic lener Ollntent Siuninu oav Dinner District 59 State Representative Betty Reed hosted the 3rd Annual National Acad e mic L etter of Intent Signing Day Dinner. The event was held May 14th at Howard W. Blake High School. This year's theme was "Celebrate the Future of Higher Academic Achievement in District 59." Catering was by Blake's Culinary Arts Department. Music was provided by Blake High School's Jazz Band Inversion. Other than Rep. Reed, also on the program were: Rev. Jeffery A. J. Johnson, Dr. Carolyn Hepburn Collins, Dr. Carl School Board Members Carol Kurdell, Susan Valdes, Doretha Edgecomb, and April Griffin; Jetie Wild, who introduced the speaker, his daughter, Jeria Wilds, Assistant State Attorney; Ralph Smith, and Wanda Mitchell. Several honor graduates were in attendance to sign the Academic of Intent. The letter reads: I ........... . ........ intend to enroll at ................. ........ .............. in pursuit of earning a four-year college degree in four years or less. I will recall the preparation I received by taking ......... college-level Advance Placement (AP) classes while in high school. I may I will provide District 59 Florida House Representative periodic updates reflecting academic excellence that students from District 59 are capable of achieving. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Chaplain and Wendi Celerin with their Donovan, who received the highest'National Academic Letter of Intent for Harvard, with a GPA of 6.2. Rep. Betty Reed, right, 'the presentation. Brittney Saffold, 2nd from left, signs Letter of Intent with Florida A&M University. Her mom, Elaine Saffold, left, aunt, Ora Chester and Rep. Reed join her. ---4 c m (/) c 'c z m 1\) 1\) 0 0 U) The speaker of the .event, Jeria Wilds, As.sistant State Attorney, right, with the group of Academic Scholars from District 59 Rep. Reed presented the tee shirts. Recipients of $500 from the Florida Conference of Black C) State Legislators Scholarship were Garrett Elston, Britney m Saffold, and Deonate' Clark. .... ....

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0'1 Birthday Celebration C\1 Surprise 60th Birthdav Partv Held For Popular Educator ..., >-c:t Cl Cf) UJ ::> ..... Rec e ntly, Hill s b oro u g h County School Administrator, Henry "Shake" Washington reached a milestone in his lif e with the arrival of his 6oth birthday. In honor of the event, his wife, Mrs. Cheryl Washington, held a surprise birthday party in his honor. Washington thought that hi s mil esto n e birthday had pass ed quietly. But Mrs. Washington was planning his surprise. Washington thought h e was going to the couple s weekly dance lessons and dressed for the occasion in bl ac k and white Howev e r when he walk e d into the room at the Rhapsody Mr. and Mrs. Henry "Shake" (Cheryl) Washington took to C the dance floor to Salsa. a: u. Cl z 1-> a: w > w c w :I: ..J m ::> Q, z i= UJ ..J -I ::> m I ...J w z i= z w Cf) Ms. Pat Cooper, Ms. Dot Banks, Ms. MaryEllen and Albert Elia, enjoyed the surprise party held for Henry "Shake" a: Washington. 0 ..J LL N ,... 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719. f Keys Made f!;: 79 And Latex Flat White Paint. ............ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! t Ballroom h e walk e d into a ro o m filled with d ecorations and a r oo m of well-wishers who were all wearing black and white. Once h e realized th a t the occas ion was a surprise party for him, Mrs. Washington whisked him onto the d a nc e floor and the couple began E. Pearl Mobley and Willie Danner attended the party for Henry Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby (Donna) Cason are shown -dancing at the party. Henry Washington, birthday honoree, is shown with Ms. Barbara Days Roberts at his surprise party. Mr. and Mrs. Sony(Valarie) Palamino are shown with the honoree at the party. Salsa dancing. Fri ends, family and colleag u e s watched in amaze ment in cluding th e Superintendent of schools, MaryEllen Elia. Those in attendance e njo ye d a video highlightin g important events in Shake's life Mrs. Washington decli cated to him the song, "If This Wo rld W e r e Min e and th e c oupl e dance d th e n ight away. Everyone h ad a good time laughing, talking, dancing a nd ce lebr a ting. Henry "Shake" Washington ce l ebrated hi s 6oth birthday in e l egance and style (Photography by Lomax Mcintyre). Some employees of the Hillsborough County School District were among the guests at the surprise party for their coworker, Henry "Shake" Washington. Council and Anne Rudolph were among the guests at the party. Among those enjoying the party were Bruce Curry and Arthur and Katy Cole. Among those wishing the birthday honoree best wishes were: James, Tauvia, Cheryl, JaMia, Willie, Shayla, Hattie, Pearl and Bonnie. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Satchel attended the party for Henry Washington.

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Entertainment Rihanna To Be Called To TestifY In Chris Brown Case RIHANNA The f e m ale lawyer told Rihanna is pop star's r eporters likely to appea r at a court h earing this m onth a s a possible witnes s in the assault case against former bo yfriend, Chris Brown. attorney Donald Etrfl said pros ecutors have indicated to him that Rihanna will recei ve a subpoena to t esti f y during a preliminary hearing in a Lo s Angel e s County c ourt room o n June 22 "The D .A. has a d v ised m e that s h e w ill b e subpo e naed (to testi(y j ," Etra told m edia gathe r e d out-side t h e courtroom on Thursday (May 28) "She absolutely will comply," Etra said, adding that hi s client would b e subject to cross-examination by Brown's lawyer. During that h earing n ex t month, the judge will d etermine if there i s enough evidence to move forward with the case against Brown. Brown i s facing f elony a ssault c h arges afte r allegedly assaulting Rihanna in F ebruary. Brown pl eade d not guilty to the charges and did not appea r in court on Thurs day. On W ednesday Brown spoke publicl y for the fir s t time since the incident, which occurred on the eve of this year's Grammy A wards. In a YouTube vide o, Brown, appearing with rapper Bow Wow, s aid into a c a m era that h e ''ain't a m o n s t e r and thanke d hi s f a n s for their s upport. Rihanna has yet to s p eak publicl y s inc e the a lleged alte rcatio n t oo k place. Jav-z Reported IV Close To Two New label Deals JAY-Z It seems Jay-Z has m ore l a b e l s t h a n a fashi o n h o use. The r apper/bus i nessm a n i s n egotiating a numbe r o f multi-millio n d ollar deal s for two new r ecord lab e l s. The l ongtime D e f Jam star r e c ently s plit from tha t labe l afte r bu y ing out his contrac t f o r a rumore d $5 milli o n. Mus i c industry sources firs t r eporte d on Tuesday (May 2 8 ) that Jay-Z is close to inking a deal w ith S o n y Mu sic for di s t ribution o f his R oc N atio n banne r Acc ording to the r eport, executives for Sony and m embe r s o f Jay-Z's bu s i ness team h ave b ee n s p ot t e d in r ece n t wee k s in New York and L os A n g e les m eeting to di sc uss a deal. It's b eing speculated tha t Jay-Z's l o ng-awaite d Blueprint 3 album w ill b e r e lease d this f all thro u g h a R oc N atio n / Son y Mus i c uni o n O n Thursday, N e w Y or l/s Daily News r eported that Jay -Z i s a l so in tal ks wit h Warn e r M u s i c G r oup to l a unch Car t e r M u s i c Gro u p a l abe l t hat may sec t h e rapp e r r e lease h is own so l o a l bums o n Atlan t i c R e co rds afte r hi s next e ff o r t W arne r i s h ea d e d b y vet e r a n Jay-Z a llies C h airma n Lyor Cohen a n d E x e c u t i ve V ic e Presid ent Kevin Liles. All three m e n o n ce worke d togeth e r during D e f J a m's heyday, w h e n Jay-Z r e leased a l b um s thro u g h a p artne r ship w i t h the l a b el. Aft e r Liles l e ft Def J a m to work w i t h Cohe n at WMG, i t o p e n e d t h e r anks f o r Jay-Z to assume t h e presid e n cy o f l a b e l, a pos i t i o n h e h e ld for three years. Tone Loc Passes Out Doing His 'Wild Thing' TONELOC LOS ANGELES Mayb e Tone Loc had a little too much of that funky cold medina. The Wild Thing" rappe r was hospita li z ed overni ght in Florida afte r collapsing during a gig at a P e n s acol a B each hot spot. Per the P e n s a c ola N e w s J ournal, t h e 43year-old MC, whose real name i s Anthony Terrell Smith, was into the s i xth s on g o f hi s set s h ortly afte r midnight at the Capt'n Fun B each Club. w h e n h e passed out. onstage. Eme rgen cy m edica l p ersonne l wer e call e d t o t h e s c e n e and h e was t a k e n b y ambula nc_e t o Gulf .Breeze H os pital. H e was r e leas; e d this morning: Team Tone c h a lk e d up l 'l I t h e fain t in g s p e ll t o jet lag, J and heat-re l a t e d ex h a u s : tion. I Bevonce DOering $20 Tickets For Upcoming Tour Sever a l m a j o r act s including U2, No Doubt, Taylor Swift and the Dave Matthews Band, h a v e already announced they'll offe r discounted ti c k ets for their tours this summe r good n ews to con c ertgoe r s during a r e ces si o n And n o w, Beyonce i s f o llowin g suit: According t o a press r e l e ase from h e r l a b e l the singer will s e t aside 2 ,000 seats for each d a t e on h e r forthcoming North Am e ri ca n t our at a dis c ounte d price of $20. The t our is in support of h e r r e c ent"/ Am ... Sasha Fi erce LP. New Dr. Ore Music Emerges In Dr. Pepper Commercial Almo s t 10 years ago on the "Up in Smoke tour, w e saw Dr. Dre drinking cognac o n stage and h e a nnounc e d a line of cognac and vodk a drinks las t year. A f ew years a go, h e did a Coors Li g h t comme r c i a l. Now .the produ c ti o n l ege nd has onto a li ghte r drinJ f o f c hoice: Dr P e pp e r. Dre a pp ears in a n ew Dr P eppe r c omme r c i a l in whi c h h e takes o v e r things a t a n o u t door p a rty. The DR. DRE beat that the Compto n --i c m (J) 0 c.... c z m N N 0 0 co "T'' j" 0 JJ 0 )> (J) m z ::! z m j" I tD c j" j" m ::! z Doc walks in and tell s v iewer s in a vo iceover, S c i e ntifi c test s prove when yo u drink Dr P e pp e r s l ow, the 23 flavor s tast e even bett er. F o r m e s low always produces a hit." H e adds l a t e r "Slower i s better t ru s t m e, I'm a doct o r."' ""0 c tD c native doesn't seem t o b e U> Dre the n m a kes hi s way ove r to t h e DJ b oot h w h e r e the g u y o n t h e w heel s o f steel i s playin g a techno feeling. 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0') Sports w z :::> ...., ex: c en w :::> ..... Falcons Oiinnaka Charged With Simple Batterv QUINN OJINNAKA FLOWERY BRANCH, GA --Atlanta Falcons offensive lineman Quinn Ojinnaka is free on bond after being accused of fighting with his wife over his said Friday. Ojinnaka, a fourth-year reserve drafted out of Syracuse in the fifth round of 2006, was charged with simple battery, said police spokesman David Schiralli in suburban Gwinnett County. Police said Ojinnaka's wife confronted him about contact with a female friend on Facebook. Police said he tossed her down some stairs and threw her out of their house in Suwanee late Tuesday. Facebook activity, police c Ojinnaka, who has started seven of 30 career games, told police his wife began the fight by attempting to stab him with a pen. a: LL c z < c en w :::> ..... w > w c w :r: en ::i m :::> a. z j:: w ....I ...J :::> m I ...J w z j:: z w en a: 0 ...J LL Howard's 40 Points Helped Magic Eliminate cavs DWIGHT HOWARD ORLANDO --The Orlando Magic never gave in. They didn't buckle when their starting point guard went down with a seasonending injury. They regrouped when their frustrated superstar called out their coach They stood up to the Boston Celtics. They sent LeBron James home. They fought-all the way to the NBA finals. Kobe vs. LeBron? Not this year. Dwight H-oward dominated inside for 4 0 points, Rashard Lewis added 1 8 and the overlooked Magic wrecked the Kobe-LeBron dream fina l s with a 103-90 victory over James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 to win the Eastern Conference championship Saturday night. Fourteen frustrating years since their last appearance, the Magic are back from ruin. "I don't think people thought we could be at this level," coach Stan Van Gundy said. The Magic will be making their first finals appearance since 1995, one year before Shaquille O'Neal bolted as a free agent for Los Angeles and wrecked the franchise. Six years ago they won just 21 games, a low point that helped them draft Howard with No. 1 pick. For All Your Seafood Delights, Call ln. Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking ThursdaySaturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Spedal Discounts For Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head L Bl C b Family Reun1ons And lYe ue ra s Large Orders Bucs Interested In Harrison;-MARVIN HARRISON The internet is starting to fill up with reports of the Bucs expressing some form or interest in former Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison. This one seems a little farfetched, given the fact the Bucs dumped a pretty good aging receiver in Joey Galloway just a few months ago. That said, the Bucs do seem to be in the market for another wideout, and Harrison, 36, probabl y has a littl e something left in the tank. Notre Dame Paid Willingham More _Jhan Weis;l CHARLIE WEIS vs. 1YRONE WILLINGHAM Thanks to money garnered from apparel deals or media appearances or camps, Charlie Weis ultimately has been paid much more to coach Notre Dame than Tyrone Willingham is getting paid not' to Netr. e)f .. Dame. But in terms of base compensation alone, the former Irisli c oacli stili outpaced the current Irish coach in 2007-08, according to the latest tax documents provided by the school. According to Notre Dame's Form 990 tax report from '07-'08, Willingham earned $650,000 in base compensation as part of his settlement agreement upon his 2004 firing -more than the $521,750 paid to Weis in the same year. Winfield Misses Opening Of Vikings Minicamp EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. --Pro Bowl cornerback Antoine Winfield was not on the field when the Minnesota Vikings opened a mandatory three-day minicamp on Friday, and coach Brad Childress said he didn't expect to see him all weekend long. Winfield is entering the final year of his contract, but the coach said his absence is not contractrelated. Winfield left town to attend the funeral of a close friend's mother. Winfield was the only player on the 85-man roster who was not on the ANTOINE WINFIELD field when the minicamp opened on Friday. He is coming off his first Pro Bowl appearance and will turn 32 in June. Barklev Still Drinking, Golfing, Not Gambling RENO, Nev. --Charles Barkley says he is still not gambling, but might again someday. The NBA Hall of F arner and TNT analyst also said he's still drinking, but not drinking and driving, since a DUI arrest on New Year's Eve. And Barkley can't wait to get to Lake Tahoe in July to show off his new l y retooled golf game. In a conference call to promote his appearance at the 20th annual American Century Celebrity Golf Championship, Barkley said his DUI arrest after leaving a nightclub near Scottsdale, Ariz., turned out to be a "good thing." He pleaded guilty, served CHARLES BARKLEY three days in jail, paid $2,000 in fines and attended an alcohol treatment program. Barkley said it taught him it is "stupid of you to drink and drive." He told himself, ''You can't do that again, that's unacceptable. Tarnished Rose: Allegations Could Prove Costlv CHICAGO--Right from the start, the message was crisp and direct -just like Derri<)k Rose's The Chicago Bulls were starting over and identify ing leading man \ ' was easy as flicking in a wide-open layup that after noon in June. He was the guy slipping on jersey No. 1 after being drafted No. 1, the kid who grew up a few miles away and was now charged with turning around the franchise. Rose delivered. But now, he's on the receiving end. The explosive point guard who led the Bulls to the playoffs and won the Rookie of the Year award has come under a cloud cast by an NCAA investigation of DERRICK ROSE major violations at Memphis during the only season he played That news was accompanied by media reports that someone at Chicago's Simeon Career Academy had temporarily changed a D to a C on his college transcript.

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Sports cavs' Wallace Hints At Retirement ORLANDO The Cleveland Cavaliers' crushing defeat at the hands of the Orlando Magic BEN Saturday may 'WALLACE not have been their only loss. Ben Wallace, their enforcer and starting center for most of the season, said after the game that h e may retire. ''I'm going to s it do w n a nd talk w ith m y famil y, weigh m y option s and come up with a decision ," the 34-year-old Wallace said after C leveland's 103-90 loss. "Nothing's definite, but there's a strong possibility that this was m y last sea-son." Wallace has one year and $1 million left on hi s con tract. H e has not yet spo k e n with Cavaliers management about retirement or a buy out. I haven't talked to Ben at all about his future," said general manager Danny Ferry, who was surprised to hear about Wallace's comments. Wallace, a veteran of 13 seasons, sighte d hi s declin ing health as a major reason he may hang up hi s sneakers. H e missed 25 games due to injury this season, sitting out with a right forearm l aceration, a fractured right fibu l a, a bruised left knee and a str a in e d left patella tendon. Dawson Vacates IBF Belt To Pursue Richer Fight CHAD DAWSON PANAMA CITY, --Light heavyweight champion Chad Dawson has d e cid ed to vacate hi s IBF titl e after the organization refused t o grant an exception to an immediate d e f e nse against mandatory challenger Tavoris Cloud. It's the second time in recent weeks that one of the federation's most visible champi ons has g iven up its b elt to pursue more lu c r a tive bouts. Welterwe ight Josh Clottey vacated hi s title last month to fight WBO champ Miguel Cotto o n June 13 Promoter Gary Shaw informed the IBF of Dawson's decision at its annual convention W ednesday Dawson <28-0, 17 KO s i easily defended hi s IBF and lBO titles in a rematch against Antonio Tarver earlier this month. Rathe r than defend against Cloud, t h e hard-punching 26-year o ld is reportedly eyeing a fight with former c hamp Glen Johnson, whom Dawson beat in a close unanim ous decisir m early la s t year. Serena Needs Onlv 53 Minutes To Advance To French Open Quaners SERENA WILLIAMS PARIS --Serena Williams says women's tennis is better than men's tennis for one simple reason. I mean, it's way cattier," Williams said "so it's way more excitin g to watch." The match Williams played Monday at the French Ope n was hardly filled with intrigue b ecause she was so superior to her opponent. After struggling in two earlier matches that lasted three sets each, the second-seeded Williams reached the quarterfinals with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over No. 24 Aleksandra Wozniak of Canada. "My most focused m a tch so f a r," said Williams, who stretched h e r Grand Slam winning streak to 18 match es. During her news confe rence, Williams made the case for which gender makes for the more interesting tennis. "We're so passionate about whatever we do," she said. "Maybe that makes it way more intense. We have so many great personalities right now on the women's tour." Woods Returns To Memorial, Where He's Won 3 Times TIGER WOODS DUBLIN, OH --Tiger Woods i s returning to the Memorial, where h e is a three-time winner. H e has skipped t h e tournament two of the last three years because of family matters and kn ee surgery. Woods has not won at Muirfield Village, w h e r e Jack Nicklaus i s the tournament host, sin ce winning hi s third in a row at 2001. H e did not play i n 2006 because of his father's death Last year, he was r ecovering f rom the first of two knee operations t hat ultima t e l y him to miss the second 'half of the season The Memorial will b e played June 4 .7, with Kenny Perry the defending champion. ' Lebron's Status-l Same With cavs LEBRON JAME S INDEPENDENCE, OH-LeBron James finally talked about not making the NBA Finals, and he insisted Clev eland's loss to Orlando will not impact his future with the Cavaliers. James stormed out of Amway Arena without speaking to the media Saturday night after the Cavs w e r e eliminate d with a 103-90 loss to the Magic in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals. The league MVP, who also did not shake h ands with Olympic teammate Dwight Howard or congratulate any Orlando players as h e l eft the floor, said Sunday that he's happy in C leveland and feels the Cavs made major progress this season BEAUTY UNLIMITED VELISSIA This week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Velissia, is a face you've seen before, but requested to see again. The 5'6" beauty says her hobbies are shopping and dancing, and in the future she plans on attending Hillsborough Comr:nunity College to major in paramedics. Velissia's philosophy of life is: "Money makes the world go around." Her favorite stars are Lil' Wayne, Plies and Keyshia Cole, and the man in Velissia's life must be handsome, energetic, smart, and have goals set for his life. Congratulations to Velissa as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. ''T he l-hice Our Community Speakingfor Jtse(f' 4.-r.-M .... Sentinel Bulletin ;;, (813) 248-1921 _,. c m (/) 0 c... c z m 1\) 1\) 0 0 c.o "T1 r 0 :::0 0 l> (/) m z :::! z m r I OJ c r r m :::! z "tJ c CD c (/) :I: m 0 m < m ::0 < _,. c m en 0 l> z 0 "T1 :::0 0 ..... U1

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N w z ::> ""') c:t Cl (J) w ::> 1-"' HAROLD ABDUL GAMBLE, SR. Harold Abdul Gamble, Sr., 74, of Tampa, passed away May 25, 2009. He was born August 14, 1934, in Barbados, West Indies, to Timothy and Leato Blackman Gamble. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Timothy and Leato Blackman Gamble; brother, Herbert; daughter, Ruth; son, John-John: and 0 grandchildren, Denise 0: Gamble and Juan Cliatt. I.L He is survived by: his wife, 0 Linda Gamble; children, z Harold, Jr., Lucille, Leatha, c( Marvin, Leroy (Leola), Oliver > (Sharon), Beryl, Mary, 4( Preston, Reginald, Jr., 0 Marcellus, Shalinda, Marcus, (J) Regina and Madeline; 14 grandchildren and 28 great t-grandchildren; brothers, > Winston (Janice), Edwin a: (Yolanda), Henry (Pearline) W and Carl; sisters, Dr. AI (Dr. > Jeffrey), Diane (Dennis), W Doleen, Ruth (Carl) and Enid 0 (Frederick); .and a host of nieces and nephews. (J) Mr. Gambie retired as a ::; truck driver after working D with CSX, ARL and Pilot for ::> many, many years. His hobC. hies included watching z wrestling and working in his t= yard. W Mr. Gamble also had a spe..J cial place in his heart for chilS dren and animals, especially D his beloved dogs and cats. ..J Visitation will be WednesW day, June 3, 2009, from 11:30 z a. m. until 12:30 p. m. at j:: Garden of Memories Funeral z Home, 4207 E. Lake Avenue, W Tampa. (J) Funeral services will be at c( 12:30 p. m. the same day at 0 the funeral home. Interment 0: will follow at Garden of 0 Memories Cemetery. ..J Words of comfort may be I.L expressed at www.lardenof-memorieatampa.com. Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Reatha Mae Peterson of 2405 East 21st Avenue, who passed away Wednesday, May 27, 2009, will be held Wednesday, June 3, 2009, at 11:30 a. m. at New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 2511 E. Columbus Drive, with the pastor, Dr. Walter J. Williams, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Reatha was preceded in death by: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah (Liller) Goodman; husband, Mr. James Peterson, Sr.; daughter, Linda Nelson; 4 sisters, Dora Grisby, Gladys Goodman, Mytherine Green and Thelma Kirby; and 2 brothers, Noah Goodman, II and Donald Goodman. Reatha leaves to cherish memories of her: a daughter, Regina Peterson; 3 sons, James Peterson, Jr., Nathaniel (Queen) Peterson, Sr. and Michael Peterson, all of Tampa; 8 grandchildren, Elisha, Dione, James and Lauren (girlfriend) of Houston, TX, Nathaniel, Jr., Dominique, Frankie, Jamie, Nadine and Eric (husband), all of Tampa; 17 great grandchildren, Jeremiah, Jabari, Jaynecia, Yazmin, Geroldme, Lanaya, Tyiyana, Gerald, Deaquan, Tamara, Marquica, Knowledge, Markeria, Emani, Ejuan, Eriel, all of Tampa, and Sharon of Houston, TX; 5 sisters; Tereatha Martin of West Palm Beach, FL, Mary Cruel, Martha Fasina of Panama City, FL, Catherine Smith and Lucy (Ledrew) Farrow of Columbus, OH; 2 brothers, Richard Goodman of Bronx, NY, and Percy (Antionette) Goodman of Pensacola; sister-in-law, Ola (Earl) Thurston of Tampa; and a host ofnieees, nephews, cousins and friends. A native of Panama City, Mrs. Peterson was a resident of Tampa for a number of years. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Hillsborough Community CoUqe.' Mr5. Peterson was a member of New Mt. Zion.M. B.
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Crime Man Found In Car At Business Identified CEDRIC GREEN Tampa P olice h ave identified the body of a m a n found in a vehicle Thursday m orning. Police said Cedric Green, 36, was found sitting in a tan 2006 Chevrol e t Malibu in the parking lot of a business at 4120 West Cypress Stree t. H e had sustained a gunshot wound to the h ead. Polic e were notifi ed of the discovery through a 9-1-1 call. D e t ectives and crime sce n e technicians arrive d o n the sce n e but b eca u se it was r aining, couldn't gain a ccess to the car for two hours for fear of for ensic evide n ce b eing washed away. There a r e no s u s p ects id e ntifi ed at this time, and d e t ective s interviewe d the p e r so n who m a d e the 9 1-1 call and resid ents in the a rea of w h e r e the body was found The investiga ti o n i s continuing. According to arrest reports, Gree n i s fio m St. Peter sburg. A s of press t im e, hi s body h a d not be assi g n e d to a fun e ral h o me. Shooting Suspect Arrested When He Shows Up In Court JEROME LOWE CLEARWATER -On Friday morning, Clearwater Police re s ponded to a shooting at 1316 Terrace Road Police identified Jerome Lowe, 24, as the suspect. Lowe drove by his estranged girlfriend's r esi-dence and s hot Ricky Lewis, h e r grandfather, who was outsid e in front of the hom e, police sai d. Lowe fled th e sce n e in a ..... ve hicl e. Lewis was trans-ported to a loc a l hospital with non-life threatening injuri es. Polic e said Lowe s h owe d up for a sch eduled court appearance s h ort l y afte r the s hooting, where he was t aken into custody. Inv estigato r s h ave determine d that the shooting stemmed from a battery Lowe committed against his estranged girlfriend. H e is facing an additional charge of battery b y strangulation in the offense. LICE\SE kED? For 5 \ 'tan as a Habuuai-Tra tiic Otj ender1H T.O.) if) t :) 1_: j I C.A.P.S. May be able to belp you get your dri\'er's license within l For over I 0 years 'C.A. : P S hanielplW' ,_,people with suspended and revoked driver's :::.:) licenses gets reinstated so they can drive legally and without fear C A P S does this by working with you D M V .. and the court system to address prior financial responsibilities, j udgments, D W .L.S. convictions, and other causes for suspension. Call C.A.P.S. today to s chedule for a consultation. 813-250-0227 ... Payment plans are available for those who qualify. 1 Do Not Drive in Fear! Call Citation Asshtant Program Servtces today for more Information Argument Turns Fatal for Stabbing Victim RICKY CALDWELL CLEARWATER A Clearwate r man i s in jail on a seco nd-degree murde r c harge after an argument with anothe r man Saturday eve nin g Clearwater Police said Ricky Caldwell, 45, and Allen Koger, 65, were arguin g in front of a h o m e o n Maple Stree t The argu m ent esca l a t e d into a phys i ca l altercation, and poli ce sai d Koger struck Caldwell w ith a pipe. P olice both m e n began wfli$ o n the ground, stabbe d several times. Koger was transporte d to a local hospital whe r e h e di e d Caldwell was also trans ported to a local w h ere h e was treateo fdp.'[ non-life threat ; e injuries and r e leased' Mier. was then transport-ed -to the Pinellas county Jail. BabvFound Abandoned On Din Road OCALA --On Su0:day, Ocala police announced that they were searching for. a p erson who abandon e d a baby girl in a box ,on the !County .. -!i --' Polic e t h e had bee'n left .alone with only a -few blankets for conrfbrt. nvestigato.(lj h 11rt1 ........ :r.; d was .;C_8. v ,.er e with ant '15ites.":'0the't han that, the infant was fin e . D etectives said there's a goo d chance t h e baby"was the r e for more .. than 24 h ours. N e i ghbors in the area said t h ey first saw. t h e box Friday night. Polic e are l ooking for a g rey pickup truck with a w hite ca mper top that was seen driving around the area. They belie v e the d ri v e r may h ave so mething to do with t h e baby b eing aband one d Downtown Robberv Suspect Arrested Tampa P o lice have arrested a man on charges of robbing two people in Downtown Tampa Sunday morning. Police reports indicate Nathaniel Gooden, Jr., 23, and Melvin Mcaulay, 24, were getting out a car at Pierce and Whiting Street, across from Club Underground. As they got out of the car, police said they were approached by Jareen A. Roach, 19 Roach reportedly approached them with a gun, demanding their money and jewelry. H e then ran from the scene. JAREEN .ROACH b y a police officer. All property and the gun were r ecovered. P o li ce said Roach also had shot at the victims, -1 c m (J) 0 }< c... c z m 1\.) I\) 0 0 tO Gooden and Mcaulay got two off duty officers at Club Underground to help in a foot chase. Roach was caught at 701 East Twi ggs but no one was injured. H e was charged with armed robbery and transported to the Orient Roa d Jail. 0 Two Men Charged Aher Tr.aHic Stop ELISHA BRIGHT Tampa P,olice arrested two men after a traffic stop Saturday morning. were. 9r; foot in Ytlm:r : .. when they reported seeing a 2005' Dc-idge MaD--;,_iim commit a :'flt,J;. .t .,.Q -rr.. .. r .. et trarric OffiG. er.s .: ha:d previou-gJ y encountered the vehiCle it fle d a t a hi g h The officers cho se" to conduct a., ve hicl e trap to stop the' vehlcie. The vel}ic l e was b oxed in by unde rcover ve hicles prope rl y equipped with emergeJ)cy equipm e nt, and a s uspect tried to get out of t h e trap. As t h e officers appr oached the vehicle, t hey coul d see what t hey b e lieved was m a rijuana in plain v i e w on o n e of t h e s u spect's lap. Poli ce a l so said a loaded D'ANGEO BATfiS handgun was cpncealed next to one of the suspects. Elisha .Bright, 25, was driving witha tl 1 an.d ell.f.ding, .. ' ge'i6' l"Jf a 25, was-charged with being a con yicted.Jelon jo p usses.sion of Jrearm"heing, a cQa1trr; .,'!", 't .>-.. L t t,. t'l. s i o 1 1of a fnnitin-itibi 1 cm'n'--"". ing a qmcealed firear;n p ossess i o n of marijuana. UNCLE SANDY -... 2, 5 13, "Higher education is 8, 17, no longer a luxury, but a prerequi-site of survival." 3 6, 16. )> (J) m z :::! z m r-1 CXI c: r rm :::! z "0 c CXI r-Cii ::t m 0 m < m lJ -< -1 c m (J) 0 )> z c ., ::tl c

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en 0 0 N N' w z :J -, >=' < c en w :J .... c 0::: LL c z < c en w :J .... w > w c w J: en :J m :J ll. z i= w _, _, :J m _, w z i= z w en < c 0 _, LL c ssifieds HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JUNE 16, 2009-2:00 P.M. T-0194-09(BG) PURCHASE OF DIRT SCREENER **** PLEASE NOTE: THE ABOVE BID IS A HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY GOVERNMENTAL PURCHASING COUNCIL BID. **** Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed via the following : (1) the Internet at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices, or (2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office located at the address listed below. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate jn these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regl)lar business hours. Senior Family Care Worker HIV/AIDS Services Program: HIV/AIDS Location: Catholic Charities DOSP, Mercy House Salary: Negotiable, depending on experience and qualifications. Starting Date: ASAP Description: Senior Family Care Worker at Mercy House is responsible for the day to day operations of the facility, assisting the Program Manager and responsible for the supervision of staff members and clients Applicant must to be flexible with schedule, which includes working weekends and on-call responsibilities. Qualifications: Good interpersonal skills with families, staff and others are essential. Must be sensitive to cultural diversity amongst clients and ability to work with diverse racial, ethnic and economic groups A minimum of an AA Degree preferred and experience in the field of housing group living. Computer literate a must. Apply to: Stacie Jacobs, MBA -Program Manager sjacobs@ccdosp.org It is the policy ofCatholic Charities to make every effort to fill position vacancies from within our organization. The Agency may also conduct simultaneous searches for job candidates outside of Catholic Charities while vacant position is posted in order to find the most qualified candidate for the position. EEO/AAJADA Employer EGAL / David Nelson Construction Co. is soliciting bids from WBE/MBE subcontractors for a project we are bidding to Hillsborough County. "Pump Station Replacements & Rehabilitation Projects AA, AB, & AC" bidding on 6/10/09 @2:00p.m. Subcontractors are asked to have their quotes in to us as early as possible, prior to bid time (Fax: (727) 786-8894) Drawings and specifications can be reviewed at David Nelson Construction Co., located at 3483 Alternate 19, Palm Harbor, FL 34683, and also at the F. W. Dodge and Construction Market Data locations throughout the Tampa Bay Area, or purchased from Florida Reprographics (813) 221-2094. Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Finding Me PrQ,ductions A Gospel Play.Fi'roduction .... Looking _for Talented Actors Call (813) rleiiday Saturday I:UWNG HIRING HIRING Marketing Associates r.i!)!. To Work From Home Guaranteed Income And Free Insurance. (813) 417-6654 Debora Barr (The Tag Lady) Musicians Wanted Keyboard And Guitarists Primary Responsibilities Are To Play Direct And Teach Choirs Salary Negotiable Contact (813) 223-3023 For Appointment Instructor, Foreign Language Requirements: degree in o foreign language wifh of Ieos! 1B groduofe semester hours in Spanish; degrees must be from o regionally omedifed instttufion; sofislodllr( criminal history background check; must be able fa work evening hours, 'M!ekends, and spltt schedule. Preferred: Computer skills related fa feoching foreign language courses; ability fa develop and deliver web-based foreign language courses. This is o full-lime (fwo farms) loculfy position for Pasco-Hernando Community College. Anficipafed starting dole is August Ill, 2009. Salary range is S37,0B7. $51,427 (lwo terms): The maximum solory is based on advanced degrees and appropriate work and/or full-lime leaching experience. Employment and compensation pending College Boord approval of !he 2009-2010 College Operating Budge! recommendation. THE COLLEGE IS CLOSED FRIDAYS THROUGH AUGUST 7 The opplicofion review process con begin wifh copies ol fronscrip!S; however, official fmnscripfs must be received prior fo !he interview. Send or lox lener of interest, tuijenf resume, PHCC opplirofion., and official fmnscripfs fo: Arts & Sciences Division-Job code: Foreign Language l'ascoHemando Community Callege 10230 Ridge Rood; New Port Richey, FL34654-5199. Phone 727-B16-3322 Fax 727-B16-332l. MATERIALS FOR THIS POSITION MUST BE POSTMARKED OR FAXED NO LATER THAN JUNE 1B. 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HOMES FOR SALE 207 Kings Row Seffner, FL 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $120k Or Best Offer Appraised At $166k Last Month Call' Cruz Trademarks 813-221-4457 FOR REN 2301 5th Avenue 5 Bedrooms/2 Baths CHA, WDH $1 ,400 00/Monthly "LOOK" Also Available Big Rooms 4 Rent Call (813) 325-6499 8213 North Marks Street 3/1 Duplex Very Nice Spacious, Fenced Yard Family Oriented, Quiet Street Section 8 Special 0 Deposit 2/1 Duplex Also Available (813) 264-9660 (813) 486-2504 Section 8 Accepted USF Area Townhome 2 Bedrooms/2% Bath $800.00 Includes All Appliances Also Available .2 Bedroom/1 Bath $700 00 Grant Park Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex (813) 417-3455 Move In Specials! 3-4 From $700.00/Monthly! Caii .RJK21-4457; ,. www. trademarkleases.com 15th & Osborne 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Frame Home NC Fenced Backyard C!ose To Schools $750 00/Monthly $600 00/Deposit (813) 727-1153 OMES FOR RENT 5813 12th Avenue South Section 8 Only 4 Bedrooms/2 Full Baths Fenced Backyard CHAAnd WDH Call (813) 621-7492 2105 East Ellicott 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WDH, CHA $900 00/Monthly $900 00/Deposit Section 8 Approved Call (813) 786-8670 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up Carport $750 00/ Monthly $500 00/Deposit Call (813) 877-9192 Or (813) SeminoleHeights Area 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths '$1, 100.00/Monthly .;c Like New, CHA, _;p Washer/Dryer Hook-up Section 8 Welcome -Call Jeflis :, (813) 932-6811 Furnished 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Pool, CHA Washer & Dryer Included $950 00/Monthly No Deposit Call (813) 223-1490 Brandon Area Beautiful Home 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 2 f ar Garage Patio Available 5/1/09 $1 ,350 : 00/Monthly Low Deposit Section 8 OK Phone (813) 857-9050 1709 E. Nome Street 3/2 1400 Sq Ft Recently Renovated Large Fenced Yard No Section 8 Must Have Verifiable Income $850.00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Call (813) 9430-6719 1, 2, And 3 Bedroom -t c: m C/) c }< c.. c: z m ...., 0 0 CD .., r-0 ;!! g en m z :::! z m r-1 CD c: r rm -t z c: CD r-Cii X m c m < m HUD Homes! Apartments For Rent C! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Clean And Affordable m en $199 00/Monthly 4 Bedroom Only $215 00/Monthly 5% Down 15 years@ 8% Listings 1-800-366-9783 Extension 5649 Ybor City First Month Free 2/1 -House 919 E. 11th Avenue .... i..$125.00 Move In ': Excellent Rental History Required : .! .. Pi. Including Water Central NH (813) 238-6353 , Please Call (813) 610-4319 Or (813) 610-4206 For Availability 1 & 2 Bedroom Aapartments $295.00 Moves You In! Ask About Rent Payment Plans. Section 8 Receive $250.00 Gift Card Upon Call 813-975-0258 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE c ?< )o z c .., ;!! c ?<

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FREE APPLICATION! 1 Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile Floors New Appliances Central NC $525. 00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!!! Very Low Deposit! 813-244-4551 APTS. FOR REN _,_ Section 8 Tenants 0 Security Deposit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH Near Everything Call (347) 825-2230 402 W. Amelia Ave. One Bedroom Apartment Burglar Bars, CHA, WDH $550.00 /Monthly Plus Deposit (813) 3917046 1, 2, And 3 Bedroom Apartments For Rent Section 8 Welcome Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up $300 00/Secu rity C all (813) 244-8528 Apartment For Rent 1 Bedroom/1 Bath From $125.00/Weekly i With Electric & Water On Pay Monthly Or WeekJY> , Call (813) Regency Palms Apartments Under New Mgmt! 1-2 beds starting at $650 H20 Included! Move In Specials!! Call 813-221-4457 www.trademarkleases.com Upstairs Apartment First Month Free $125.00 Move-In Excellent Rental History Requ ired 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 3625 Potter Street #A NC, Gated Entry Washer/Dryer Hook-up $650 00/Monthly Includes Water (813) 238-6353 "Available Immediately" -;?: One Bedroom Apartment Located In Hyde Park Rent $662 .00 Month Age 62+ EHO Utilities Included Call (813) 870-1830 Ext. 22 (TTY) 1-800-955-8771 12f. $215.00/monthly! 4 Bedroom/3 Bath HUD Homes! 5% Down, 15 Yers @8%APR For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext 5492 8213 North Marks Street 3/1 Duplex Very Nice Spacious, Fenced Yard Family Oriented Quiet Street Section 8 Special 0 Deposit (813) 264-9660 (813) 486-2504 Section 8 Welcome 3 Bedroom Duplex Clean, NC, New Paint Tile, W/D Hook-Up 8304 Mulberry Apartment #B $850 .0(:)':! Section 8 Nb '9fosit Tampa Hei ,ghts J'-Bath , & Air Extremely Nice 00/Rent 477-7734 Temple Terrace 9902 Myrtle Street Beautiful 2/1 Duplex Large Fenced Yard Section 8 Special 0 Deposit Call (813) 264-9660 (813) 486-2504 Rent Based On ,/': I Senior Apartments Security High Rise Services & Bus Stop 813.977.1663 View Our Website @ www .flsentinel.com Special No Deposit No Credit Check No Application 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA 2002 East 142nd Avenue $595 00/Monthly (813} 244-9335 Nice Area Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, WDH Receive $100 00 Cash With Signed Lease 0 Deposit (813) 789-3879 Tampa Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Spacious Duplex $800 00/Monthly Newly Renovated Section 8 OK Utilities Included Call (813) 477-7734 Sulphur Springs Area 8524 N. Semmes 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH $600 00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Call (813) 610-4518 1+-t.:.gtJ i';' da: i 11 Ybor City Area Very Clean Rooms For Rent With Private Entrance Senior Citizen Discount Call (813) 244-7388 2513 Spruce Street $125.00 Moves You In $1 00 00/Weekly Males Preferred NO DRUGS Call (813) 872-7514 Leave A Message Fixed Income Room Special $350. 00/Month Includes All Utilities Washer And Dryer On Premises Call Annie (813) 247-1844 Room For Rent Hillsborough & Himes NC, Cable, Phone Queen Beds Kitchen Ceiling Fans $85 .00 Deposit $11o oo And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 Sentinel Bulletin AVAILABLE AT THESE LOCATIONS cvs Drugs (Tampa & Seffner) 625 W M .LK Jr. Blvd. (T) 2502 W. Hillsborough Ave. (T) 5502 E. Fowler Ave. (T) 4001 E Busch Blvd. (T) 2911 E Fowler Ave. (T) 715 W. M .LK Jr. Blvd. (S) 2725 N MacDill Ave. (T) 611 S Howard Ave. (T) Hess Express Busc h Blvd. (By Busch Gardens) Florida Ave. I Linebauqh Ave. . 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