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Celebrating 64 Years In The Ta1npa Ba_v Area ----C I D JUN 11 1oog OUp I liS I 1ft,,,,,.,,,, Hours Of Each Other . ; SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 ' MIDDLETON ANNUAL BAND BANQUET HELD Members of the Middleton High School Marching Tigers held their Annual Band Banquet on May 27th. The well-attended event was held in the cafeteria of the school under the guidance of M i ddleton Band Director Rondal Russell. The students took the opportunity to mingle with their peers one last time before the school year ended. Some of the students graduated, but others will return next year as band members. Among those in attendance at the banquet were: Windy Zetrenne, Tellis Lawrence, Abraham Tejeda, Andrew Ortiz, Kenyata Francis, and Camry Best. (Photography by BRUNSON). Rape Suspect Taken Into Custody SEE PAGE 16 Health Fair Focuses On Obesity, Nutrition . SEE PAGE 2 .;,;:, . . . Black Music Is Topic Of Panel Discussion SEE PAGE 6 Barber Is Mentor For Young Men SEE PAGE 2

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Features local Barber Doubles As Mentor To Young Men Couple Dies Within Hours 01 Each Other BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Ray DeMoulin said he's been actively involved in men toring young men for 16 years. God has given me this gift so I can give back to the com munity. DeMoulin, the owner and operator ofWhoo's Nexxt Bar. ber Shop, said as a barber, he 's able to avail himself more to the people who come into his shop. I think I have more than just a barbershop. I have a ministry. Barbershops have always been a great gathering place where information is passed back and forth. I can't think of a better atmosphere to reach out to young men all over the and offer them whatever I can to help them evolve." At his shop, DeMoulin fea ture $11 haircuts on Mondays ; $10 on Tuesdays and cin Wednesdays, you get to golf putt for a free haircut. "I have a diverse showcase of professional master barbers on hand along with an upscale family oriented atmosphere. "My father. and I to' gether for 13 years as barbers RAY DEMOULIN BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A husband and wife who were seemingly inseparable died this pass weekend within twenty-four hours of each other. The family will have a double funeral on Sat urday. Mrs. Joyce Mitchell said her brother, Daron Avery, died on Friday morning of an apparent heart attack. He was 53 His wife, Mrs. Beverly Mallard Avery, 48, was ill and confined to a nursing home. Mrs. Mitchell said the family was hesitant to tell her because of her illness, about her husband' s death on Friday. "We were afraid to tell her because she has been so ill, but she died on Saturday morning about the same time he and his mentoring helped depassed. velop my character I under"There's was a true love stand how families are story . They only had one suffering due to the econdaughter, but he helped to omy, and I want to do'I'tly part to help I'm also challenging raise his nieces and nephews, and she was right there with other barbers to step up." D M r h him," Mrs. Mitchell said. e ou m 8 s op Is at Mrs. Avery bec ame ill 13753 North Nebraska Avenue about three years ago '' :With and you can ; '' It took its toll on her, 5207 for more mformatwn ; a miracle, she recov' some. However, Mrs. became ill again in -------------------------'--,.:'1. F'ebruary of this year. ________________ ..., ,.After being in a coma at tampa General Hospital, she was later transferred to a nursing home in Largo. We still don't have a diagnosis," Mrs. Mitchell said. A native of Orlando, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Daron (Beverly) Avery died within 24 hours of each other last weekend. The couple had been married for 25years. Avery attended the public schools of Hillsborough High School. She graduated from Hillsborough High School in 1979 She was working at the Veteran 's Administration Hospital through a school program when she met Mr. Daron Avery, who was a Medical Technician. They began dating and were married in 1983 From that uniori a dal.rg 'Do:;;:. .. minique, 17, was born. Do-minique graduated from Tampa Bay Technical High School with the class of 2009. The family attended Re-Born Christian Fellowship Center. Mrs. Avery obtained em ployment at St. Joseph's Hos pital, where she worked for more than 26 years. Mr. Avery graduated from Chamberlain High School in 1973 He began working at the Veteran's Hospital at an early age. After a stint in the U S. N avy, Mr. Avery returned to hi s job at the Veteran'. s Hospital. The couple took an active role in the lives of children. Mr. Avery would often be seen at St. Peter Claver C a tholic School lending a helping hand . He was born in Tampa well-known throughout community. He never met a stranger," Mrs .Mitchell said. He was preparing for work when he became ill. He was transpo rted to a local hospi tal where he was pronounced dead. Funeral services for the couple will be held at 2 p.m., on S a turday, June 20th, at Beulah I. B. Church. Aikens .. funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. Spoken Word Artist To Host Session On Women Understanding Men On Wednesday June 17th at the Compton Park Club house, 16101 Compton Drive, Tampa's premiere Spoken Word artist, LIFE, will be hosting "The Inside Scoop." This free event is for everyone who wants a better understanding of women, as seen from the prospective of men, who will be given the floor and told to speak honestly about themselves and their Jives. "We want to reach inside and pull out that beast or LIFE lamb, depending on who you are, said LIFE. LIFE, along with three other gentlemen, will engage in the most open, raw, and honest discu ss ion abotit women, their relationship with men, what men think of women and eve1ything else. "If women are going to ever understand men, they have to have the inside scoop, and this event will offer that, said.LIFE. The event will be held from 7 p m. until 9 p m., and everyone is invited.

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ember Of Ke stone Walker Famil irst Black To Graduate From UT Dies William Herbert Hoover) Walker passed way Sunday at St. oseph's Hospital shortly fter being visited by his 2 isters at his West Tampa orne. He was 78 years old Walker's sisters, urtiss Walker Wilson nd Mary Walker Scott f St. Petersburg stopped y to visit their brothe_r at is home on Sunday. Vithin an hour after they l ft, he was rushed to the ospital and passed away. A member of the pioneer alker's Lake family, alker was the 9th of 10 hildren born to Charlie nd Pearlie Walker of eystone. He graduated om Don Thompson High chool in 1948 A veteran of World War II (Army), Walker attend-d the University of ampa after the military nd earned a B. S. degree WILLIAM HERBERT (HOOVER) WALKER (1962) in Chemistry with a minor in Biology. To celebrate this huge accomplishment, a celebration was held at Walker's Lake. In partnership with Leroy Miles, Walker owned and operated a medical lab on Cass St. for several years. Walker was the first Black Bacteriologist registered in the State of Florida (1967). He went on to become the Manager of Quality Control in the brewery at AnheuserBusch and retired in --1986 after 27 years. Walker lost his wife, Grace, to death in May, 2002 and his son, Wendell, in November 2007. His surviving children are Gail Walker Arnold, Wyatt Walker and Julia Orr (Atlanta). (See funeral notice for additional information.) Funeral services are scheduled for Friday, June 19, 2009, 11 a. m. at New Mt. Zion M. B Church. Wilson Funeral Home is handling arrangements. Health Fair Will Focus On Obesitv, Nutrition BY LEON B. CREWS Sen tine) Staff Writer As a part of the "Are You afe?" initiative, East ampa Community evitalization Partnership ublic Safety Chairperson, osa Cambridge, has nnounced a partnership ith Renea Smith of oxy Mama Fitness, and r. Sydel LeGrande, edical Director of Your lace Medical and Fitness enter. Ms. Smith said she will e teaching fitness classes t Cyrus Greene on uesdays and Thursdays, eginning June 23rd, from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m., and f om 7 p.m. until 8 p m. lso, classes will be available on Monday and ednesday at the Harris all, 1301 78th Street on t e same times as ment oned above. "Beyond You Fitness is e frontrunner in presentg this event that will cl ude-myself, the TCRP, and the Black urses Association," said RENEASMITH -Ms. Smith. "Obesity is a problem in East Tampa, and we're trying to offer prerentative treatments." Ms. Smith also said in an effort to help people develop better nutritional habits, she's working with the Departmen. t of Health to establish a community garden. "By making fresh vegetables readily available to the community, we hope we can change certain eating practices that are detrimental to your health and your future. "African Americans as a whole don't practice nutritional eating," said Ms. Smith. Ms. Smith said tradi-tiorially, African Americans once were very healthy eaters, however, over a period of time, the old have changed. According to a report, 48% of all African Americans adults suffer from a chronic disease compared to 39% of the general population. Also, 8% of white Americans develop diabetes while African Americans represent 15%, and 15% of African Americans are more likely to be obese than whites. "I can't stress enough the importance of proper nutrition and exercise," said Ms. Smith. "It's something you can do as a family, and get others to join. Everyone will be better by eating the proper foods in the proper portions, and getting even moderate exercise." c m CJ) Countv Plans Budget Workshops, Public Hearings c c.. c z m Hillsborough County government is advancing citizen participation with its budget review process this year. Four interactive public hearings for the proposed budget are planned and residents are allowed to call in or e-mail questions and comments during the meetings. The interactive meetings were the idea of Commissioner AI Higginbotham. The budget is to be adopted on September 17. The Budget Workshops will all begin at 1 : 30 p m., and the public can attend them, but will not be allowed to make comments. The workshops will take place on Thursday, June 18th; Thursday, July 16th; Wednesday, July 22nd; Wednesday, July 29th; and the Budget Reconciliation meeting will take place on Thursday, July 30th. The public hearings will take place, with all hearings begirming at 6 p.m., on Thursday, July 16th; Tuesday ; :.'september 8th; and September 17th. The meeting on Th urs-N 0 day, September 17th, is o CD the secopd state-required public hearing to adopt final millage rates and the FY 10 operating and capi-tal budgets. In addition to attending in person, residents will be able to watch the meetings live on Hillsborough Television (HTV) on Bright House channel 622 or Verizon and Comcast channel 22 Those wishing to view the hearing on the Bounty's Website can visit www .hillsboroughcounty. org/budgetsmatters through live streaming video. Viewers can submit questions or comments to a special email address: hcbudget@hillsboroughcounty.org by using a form on the website or by telephone at (813) 307-8337. All comments and questions will be relayed to the County Commissioners during the hearings, with some read out loud as time allows. 'TI r-0 :D en m z z m r-1 m c rrm z ., c m r-ei) ::t m c m < m c m CJ) c )> z c

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0) g Editorials & Columns N CD ,.... w z ::> ...., >=' < c (J) w ::> ... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN 202-140) 2207 2 1st Ave n ue. T ampa F lorida 3360 5 (813) 248 19 2 1 P u b lis h e d E v ery T ues d ay and Fr i day B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Memb er o f N a tional N ews pap er Pub lis h ers Asso cia t io n ( NNPA ) and Amal ga m a t e d Pub lis h er s Inc., New York. 199 0 9 4 CP Tim e lnt e rnat ional POSTMASTER : Send Address Cha n g e T o : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Period i cal Postage Pai d At Tampa FL W.W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901 1977 (1945) Founders 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 KEITti GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions$44 .0D-6 Months Both Ed it ions : $87 .QO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions _expressed on editorial pages of lh i s newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writer:' do no1 necessarily reltect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel BulleUn or the Publisher. I Decision-TiRie For Voters I P rotestors against County budget cuts came out in droves, last week. Most certainly, we sympathize with County officials because we know the end of Qualitv Products T here used to be a time when people took pride in their work. They believed that doing a good job was the best form of advertisement. But somewhere along the way, someone decided that the "get the rtloney and run concept was the best way to get over And, it didn't matter much who the victim turned out to be. oped a large crack in it. Apparently, according to engineers, moisture is being trapped in a critical area of the structure. Possible solutions include tearing out the inside w 'an and repairing it This take about two years to repair an area about five miles long It was also prevent the structure from being used for about two years. to the plate. So the onlx recourse the Tampa Bay Water Board members have is to file a lawsuit against the companies: They have, but the bottom line is lawsuits are long, drawn out, and could take years to conclude. Meanwhi.le, guess who's going to shoulder the bill for these costly repairs once again -we are, that s who. angry protest is nowhere in sight once residents realize just how deeply their services are about to be cut. But as C we have always warned, "You can't have your cake and ii: eat it, too!" lf.you remember, people quietly accepted a LL cut in their property taxes, last year, and no doubt celebrated for one minute the $200 or more reduction they cut, as well. It seems that this concept not only holds true for com panies and private citizens, but government h a s become a victim as well. It was just two years ago that the citi zens shouldered the bill for the construction of a concrete embankment that would retain water. Authorities have discovered that the embankment know as the C W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir has develRegardless of what method is chosen to repair the struc ture, it is going to cost money. One estimate is a whooping $125 million -more than it cost to build it in the beginning Addition-ally, this project is only four years old. Experts say that the problem is in the design of the reservoir and apparently none of the companies involved is willing to step up It seems that companies no longer feel responsible for their workmanship. They no longer feel a need to deliver a quality product. This would be a costly pro ject at any time, but it couldn't h ave happened at a worse time. The purse strings have already been tightened to the breaking point. This is synonymous with throwing gas on a fire that is already burning brightly. t-Yes, many of us have been naive. Nevertheless, acceptij: ing or asking County workers to do the same amount of w work and to provide an even greater level of services, > despite drastic revenue reductions is not only unreasonW able, it's illogical. ffi Consequently, we are reminded of the adage, "You get ::Z::: what you pay for." But in this instance, "you get what you vote for!" And now, tax-payers must decide. Was the m $200 tax bonus worth our present agony and the suffer=> ing yet to come? This is a wake-up call. a. z ..I ..I ::> m ..:. w z w 0 <( c a: 0 ..I LL tlo Fool like An Old Foor J .IT here and a A Tampa sportsman is known for saying, who are up in arms Terrorists are people'who terrorist "Whatever you tell me you are going. to do, espe-. because President blow up buildings and kill The question is being cially if you say you intend to hurt me, I believe Barack Obama wants to largenumbersofpeople ; asked do you want a terror-you!" Somebody should have believed James von Brunn, close.Guantanamo Bay in Don t you know that we ist living "in your neighbor-espeCially since he'd been saying the same thing for Cuba. Gitmo, as the military have had these kind of people hood? I ask you, do you want more than fifty years. But James von Brunn was a certi-prison is called, is home to right here in the Uriited a mass living in fied fool. AnCI we are known not to believe certified approximately 238 accused States We put them in inaxiyour neighborhood? fools. terrorists. I say accused termum security prisons and I I am pretty sure that the So many things happen so quickly in this country of rorists because none of them have never heard of any of instinctive answer to both ours (America, we mean) that you probably have forgot-have been tried and found them escaping. questions would be no. Let us ten about Mr. James von Brunn. He is the 88 year-old guilty which is the American If maximum security pri-not forget that neither the Marylander who armed himself with automatic way. sons in the United States can mass murderer or the terror-weapons, stormed the Jewish HolocaustMemorial The base, located in Cuba, hold mass murderer s, they ist will be walking free in Museum in D.C., and in the interim murdered an inno-has drawn some very can hold terrorists, too. your neighborhoods. Instead, cent Black man l\rho was working there, as a security unpleasant publicity over the Terrorists can be brought to they will be locked away in guard. Von Brunn had been telling people he was going years. Right now today, a the United States, placed in a secured prisons. And by the to do something stupid,-for years. But all he received raging debate is going on as maximum security prison, way, is there a maximum was a horse laugh arid a smack on the wrist. How do we to whether or not this counbrought to trial, tried to the security prison in your neigh-know? The newspapers told us. try has been engaging in maximum extent of the law borhood? I would venture to According to recent news clips, Von Brunn -who some un-American activities and sentenced accordingly. say, not! described himself as a World War Two PT-Boat captain-at Gitmo. The big question is, If the sentence calls for I don't think anybody asked was jailed in 1981, for:scheming to kidnap members of if the military prison is them to be put to death then them, but i f you did ask them the Federal Reserve Board. He was proprietor of several closed down, what will hap-that is what should haru>en. I believe the Cubans would racist, anti-Semitic Web sites and was author of .Kill111.c pen to the terrorists confined If the sentence calls for life in tell you they want Gitmo .Bm Gentiles, a book which accused Jews of conspiring there? prison then so be it. If they closed because they don't to globally corrupt the so-called "white gene pool," Some are saying they don't are found to be innocent, want the terrorist in Cub_a, whatever pool that might be. Sentenced in 1983 to more want the terrorists brought to they should remain in jail especially if the United States than four years in prison for various charges, von Brunn the United States. To them, I until they can be deported 't want them in was released in 1989. Of him, an official wrote, "The say why not? I also ask the from the United States to America But people relax. subject resides in my memory like an old roadkill." We question what is the differsome other country Stop the fear mongering. If beg to differ. Most roadkills are already dead. But this ence between a terroris t or a I am not frightened by any-we can safely imprison mass 'lit roadkill killed somebody. An innocent family man. died murderer? body locked behind bars in a murderers, we can do the w and another man was severely injured because few peo-Mass murderers are people maximum security prison, as same for terrorists . After all, pie took von Brunn seriously. Yes, there's no fool like an. who walk into a building and long as I am not locked in it was America that set the If old fool, especially with an AK-47! start shooting and killing a there with them. That applies bar so high.

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All About You! Happy Birthday MR. And MRS. ROBBIN (RASHEEDA) TRAMEL Just want to wish my wife, Rasheeda, a happy birthday. From, your husband, Robbin. Love you and wish you many more. Bi rthday It Is What It Is Congratulations' 09 Grad I Happy Birthday MS. BARBIE DONISHA MS. ROCA WEAR Live your life to the fullest, do you. With that said, always put God in charge of your life. Love, mom, Terrick, Jr., the Jones, Bailey, Wynn and Bush families. Happy 1st Birthday -. ,_ .. SHAWNELLA WILSON c: m CJ) c }< c.. c: z m ...... 51' N 0 0 CD ., r 0 :!! c )lo CJ) m z :::! z m r I aJ c: rr z ., HENRY C. JOSHUA K'NAE RASHAD WILLIAMS: 1''1 c: aJ r Happy 18th birthday to my baby. Queen Diva will be eel-en at the Mirage with family and friends. ffi MIKE Happy 34th birthday, baby! I love you! Love always, Kasa (fiancee) COCHRAN, JR. Happy birthday today and happy Father's Day. From, Henry, III. Joshua will be celebrating with family and friends. Happy birthday, B. G. Love, mom, SheRika Williams and family. USF Architecture Students Win Awards Serving The Communitv Students in the University of South Florida School of Architecture & Community Design are making Tampa a more beautiful place and winning awards in the process. Two projects, the East Tampa Ponds Revitalization and the Canopy Park Village master plan, received awards of merit in environmental and master planning and urban design at the Hillsborough County Planning Commission's 27th Annual Community besign Awards Program held at the Tampa Convention Center in May. A third USF project received recognition from and for the City of Temple Terrace in April. The East Tampa Ponds Revitalization project transformed retention ponds into "communitY lakes" and parks. The first of three ponds, r-edesigned as a research project in the School's Florida Center for Community Design and Research captured the prize. Architecture Professor Trent Gree, along with students Abdias Thermidor and Darren Patterson completed the project. It represents the fulfillment of a request that came to USF over a decade ago. The second of the three ponds features landscaped areas, a lookout tower and covered pier now nearing completion. The third pond is waiting on funding before the next round of work begins. The second award-winning project is the Canopy Park Village master plan for the redeVM6pment of a public housing project, completed by Paula Selvidge and Glenn McKay as part of Green's Urban Design Studio. Though a purely academic and theoretical exercise showing what the Tampa Heights neighborhood could look like with the appropriate foresight, it incorporated input from a number of community groups and residents. In addition, the City of Temple Terrace won a "green project" award from the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission for a pavilion built by fourteen USF graduate students in a Design/Build Studio class under the direction of Professor Stanley R. Russell, Director of the USF Design/Build program. mom. C Ads Will Be Published 26,2009 "''*t5traatiriett6'8nn9 lnAa Thursday, June 18, 2009 ; ,. f. ;; :)' . 'I. .,., < 'l' {< "' .:; $10 For-Photo Student's School: Student's Name: Parents: Grandparents: Honor: (Choose) Principal's Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Honor Roll, Citizenship, Perfect Attendance: Hobbies Church: Daytime Telephone Number: (Not For Publication) m < m ::0 -< c: m CJ) c )lo z c ., ::c c

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g Local N (I) ,.. w z ::> Panelists Discuss Black Music Celebration .., On Wednesday, June 17th, Motown Maurice will celC ebrate the anniversary of the ffi interactive talk show, "Wide:> a-Woke Wednesdays ." The 1-event will take place at the University of South Florida, Alumni Center Traditions Hall. During the show that be gins at 6:30 p.m., Motown Maurice will pay tribute to Wayman Tisdale, and other singers, composers, musicians, and The topic of discussion this month is the "Black Music Month Celebration." The panelists appearing include Highlight, Pavonne, Tamika J and Soul Each panelist will talk about what Black Music means and the audience will have the opportunity to ac'" tively participate in the dis cussion. Highlight said, "My passion and appreciation for 9 Black Music stems from our fE ancestral roots, celebration is 0 an integral part in keeping Z our rich history alive." Pavonne said, "Black <1: Music is the past, present and future. It's a powerful !:!:! culture that embodies the i= ability to create new genres." > Tamika J said, "Black a: w Tisdale, is shown with Motown Maurice. He will be the recipient of a special award during the show. Fla' Soul Premiere ... Wide-a-Woke Band Music means survival, self expression, joy, and peace; it truly exemplifies what life is. Black music should be celebrated because it freed so many people from depres sion, anxiety, and negativity of life. "Personally, Black music has contributed to my survival in life. It also motivates me to search for the beautiful things life has to offer." > ---------------------------------------------Soul said, "Black music has proven to be medicine for my very being, it has helped push me to a place of excel lence within myself. Cele brating Black Music to me is just as important as celebrat-w c w :1: C/) :::i m ::> Q. z tu ifrg our first Black president." Motown Maurice said, SOUL Panelist PAVONNE Panelist "Music is perhaps the most powerful tools. gets me through life's journey. This is why I stress the importance of paying my respect to those pioneers responsible for cre ating Black Music. In my opinion, Black Music has been a significant contributor and immensely strong influ ence on American music." The discussion will visit all styles of music, ranging from the Negro Spirituals, that inTAMIKAJ Panelist HIGHLIGHT Panelist eluded such songs as "Swing Low Sweet Chariot," to rag time, to hip-hop. Members of the Wide-aWoke Wednesdays band, the Fla' Soul Premiere, will also be on hand to perform. For additional information about the show, contact Motown Maurice at (813) 9510794, or by e-mail at MotownMaurice@yahoo.com or www.Widea Woke. com. ..J ..J ::> m ..:. Tampa Bav Historv Opens Research Center w z i= z w CJ) ct c a: 0 ..J -Did You Know Thatu .. Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Annual Relining & Sutgery In aration For Your Dentures? Call ADd Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 The Tampa Bay History Cen ter, together with the Tampa Hillsborough County Public Library System, is pleased to announce the opening of the Currie B. and Lavinia Spark man Witt Research Center, lo cated on the 2nd floor of the Tampa Bay History Center. The Witt Research Center is a non-lending library focusing on Florida History and features a diverse collection of books, maps, periodicals, microfilm, photographs, subject files, and family histories. In addition to this collection, several computers, a copier and a scanner will be available to help visitors meet their research needs. "We are excited about our partnership with the Hillsbo rough County Library System. The Witt Research Center adds another dimension to what the History Center has to offer the community," said C. J. Roberts, president and CEO of the Tampa Bay History Center. The library is named by Lavinia Witt Touchton, in honor of her parents, Currie B. Witt and Lavinia Sparkman. Witt, both natives of Tampa, who were very involved in the community during their lifetimes The library will launch on June 18 with an Open House that starts at 11:30 am with a ribbon cutting and tour. On going library hours will be MondayFriday from 10 a. m. to 12 p m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., with Saturdays by ap pointment only. The library is free and open to the public. Call (813) 228-0097 or www. tampabayhistorycenter.orgvisit for more informa tion. Citv Begins Constructing New Water Pipeline Construction crews are preparing to install a new 12-mile pipeline that will deliver drinking water to City of Tampa customers. The new pipeline will be constructed from the David L. Tippin Water Treat ment Facility in northeast Tampa to the Bay-to-Bay area in southwest Tampa The new CIAC pipeline will improve water service reliability, improve water pressure and improve fire for res idents and businesses along the pipeline route. In addition, the new pipeline will position the City to serve redevelopment and growth through 2025. The CIAC pipeline will be constructed in four segments. Construction on the $22.5 mil lion Segment One begins in June and will affect the follow-ing roads: 30th Street, East 18th Avenue, North 29th Street, North 12th Street, and Nuccio Parkway. The public can Stay up to date on the project by visiting tampa-ucap.com. Questions or comments should be directed to the UCAP hotline at (813) 777-9222. For additional informa tion, contact India Williams with CH2M HILL at (813) 874-0777.

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8 Religious N c.o ,.... w z :::> ""') ><( 0 (/) Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church Salutes '100 Distinguished women Empowered Bv Faith' W The Sarah Lawrenc e :::> Jennngs, Fertlia Bryant, Kimberly Mitchell, Kevin Sims, Demetria Merritt-Bell, WMS Presi dent; Clatties Dawkins, WMS Advisor and Rev. Harry L. Dawkins, Senior Pastor. t-Women s Missionary Society 0 a: LL c z < 0 (/) w :::> .... > a: w > of Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church saluted "100 Distin guished Women Empowered by Faith" with 10:30 a m and 3 p. m. services on Sun day, May 31, 2009. Rev. Karen Jackson Sims, Associate Minister of Mt Zion AME Church, Riverview was the morning speaker. Dr. Ada Davis was the Worship Leader. Others on the program were: Rev. Joseph Bunts (on both services), Tracey Butler, Denise Anderson, Malik Williams, Stephanie Dayle Greene of Mt Olive AME Church was the Worship Leader for the 3 p m service. The guest speaker for the service honoring the 100 distinguished women was Missionary Carrie Walker Williams, who was introduced by her long time friend, Bettye Greene Johnson. Missionary W The Hillsborough Community Mass Choir lifted the hearts of 0 the audience with several selections. w J: (/) :::i m :::> a. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::> m I ...1 w z i= z w (/) < 0 a: 0 ...1 LL Friendly Missionary Baptist Church 1901 Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33602 Invites You To Come And Share In This Blessed Occasion 44th Church Anniversary Theme: This Church, Friendly M. B Church, Continuing On One Accord Daily And Breaking Bread Together. Acts 2:46 TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 2009 7:30P.M. REV. FRANK WATSON And Congregation Friendship M. B. Church Tampa, Florida THURSDAY, JUNE 18,2009 7:30P.M. REV. JOHN ANDERSON And Congregation New Testament M. B. Church Thonotosassa, Florida SUNDAY, JUNE 21,2009 11 A.M. REV. JERRY NEALY Assistant Pastor Of Friendly M. B. Church Tampa, Florida WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 2009 7:30P.M. REV. ERNEST WASHINGTON And Congregation New Rising Star M. B. Church Tampa, Florida FRIDAY, JUNE 19,2009 7:30P.M. REV. THOMAS WEEKS And Congregation North Bay M. B Church Tampa, Florida SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2009 4P.M. REV. GEORGE BARNHILL And Congregation Mt Calvary M. B. Church Davenport, Florida Williams spoke from 2 Samuel20:15-22. Also on the program were : Rev. Cora Laster, Steven Miller, Joe Lundy, Lemuel A Padgett, Freddy Barton, Hillsbor ough Community Mass Choir, Rev. Byron Pressley, Zel Carnegie, Theodore Scott, Sr., Larry Duggin, Lester Henderson, and Sarah H;amm. Coreatha Larkins, Les Miller and Bob Buckhorn presented certificates to each of the women. The women recognized Rev. Bunts was a program for both services. Ms. Zel Carnegie gave the guests a hearty welcome from Greater Mt. Carmel. were : Antonia Barber, Belinthia Berry, Evangeline Best, Gloria BrooksWilliams, Marion Cole, Ingrid Daniels-Young, Dr. Ada Davis, Maryse Dixon, Bettye Drummer, Joan Dumcombe, Fletcher Anderson Edwards, Teresa Evans, Beleria Floyd, Sarah Hamm, Chandra Hayes, Casma Henion, Linda Herlocker, Kelly Horne, Cecelia Hubbert, Christen Hubbert and Julia Jackson. Also, Bettye King, Robin Lockett, Carolyn Miller, Rev. Patricia Mosley, Joanne Mumford, Luvator Nelson, Rev. Elyse Powell, Bernadette Robinson, Verdell Rogers, Joyce Russell, Rosalind Sanders, Minister Sharon Saulsby, Shawn Sexton, Carmi Thomas, Minister Leola Tillman, Dr. Philetha TuckerJohnson, Dr. Phylli.s Tucker-Wicks, Alonda Vaughn, Carla White and Missionary Carrie Williams. (Photographs by Julia Jackson) The offering was lifted by Tedd Scott, Larry Duggin and Lester Henderson following an offertory appeal from Mrs. Clatties Dawkins, right. The 3 p.m. guest speaker, Missionary Carrie Williams, center, is shown with the Women' s Missionary Society President, Demetria Merritt-Bell, left, and Mrs. Clatties Dawkins, WMS Advisor. Honoree Chandra Hayes, center, is shown with her parents, Pauline and Curtis Hayes of'M:onticello. Member of Greater Mt. Mrs. Mary Darby, a longtime member and member of the Carmel, Vaughn L. Beal. WMS.

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Sheehv Teachers Retire After 36 Years Each teachers at Sheehy Elementary School ende d their teaching careers at the end of the year. A reception to honor Ms_. Sheila Bryant and Ms. Ola Johnson was held at the with family members and staffers in attendance. Hoze was the mistress of ceremony for the program, which included participation Kathryn Dickens, Grace Windham, Ms. Billie Williams, Mrs. Fontaine Marion ), Ms. Carolyn Hill (former principal and Z eta Phi Beta Sorority Sister to both), H. Benjamin, Mrs. K. Pendleton and a special presentation from the Sheehy staff. honorees gave closing remarks. (Photographs by Julia Jackson) Ola Johnson is shown with her family members: front row, Pauline Bulger, AI Anderson, Turner; retiree Ola Johnson, Thelma Canty, Clifford Canty, Dr. Doris Haynes, and Reverend Dr. W. J. Haynes. Second row, Shirley Anderson, Dr. Earnestine Glenn and nPnh.Pw-, Willie Turner. Dr. Hazel Harvey and Dr. Alma Hires attended the of two teachers at Sheehy Elementary School -Bryant and Ola They are also sorority sisters. Zeta Phi Beta member, Dorothye Reed attended the retirement reception for Sheila Bryant and Ola Johnson. Octaria Turns 21 -1 c m (/) c c... c z m .... Octaria Hill celebrated h e r 21st birthday with fa mil y 0'1 and friends on May 20th at Bon e Fish Gvill o n the West s id e of town. (Photography by Brunson) Birthday honoree Octaria Hill, in her queenly role, is shown with Terence Hill. Eddie D. attended Octaria's 21st birthday celebration. ., r 0 ::D C/) m z :::t z m r I m '',<\}o':):':'''o'oll C Kimberly and Joniesha attended 0<'taria's 21st birthday cele-bration. Blessed College Graduation 2009 Activities FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2009-Celebration Service 7:00PM Dynamic Male Chorus Of Pilgrims Rest Dr. Frank Brocato Elder Micltelle B. PattyMC Dr. Antonio Wilkerson Saxoplionist Carl Bryant Kathy King Of Detroit Michigan SATIJRDAY, JUNE 20, 2009-Commencement Exercise 5:00PM International Harvest Center C.O.G. 5512 N. 47th Street (Off Of E Ave ) Tampa, Flonda 33610 -... ,... Dr Degrando Franks Pastor v ... r;..:. come Celebrate With UsT -For More Information, Call 813-237-6076-.r r m :::t z "'0 c m r u; m c m < m ::D < -4 c m C/) c )> z c ., ::D c

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8 Local C\1 ,.... w z :::1 ""') Kid Mason Center Awards Dav c CJ) w :::1 1-The young people at Kid Mason Recreation Center were treated to Awards Day recently. They were recognized for their participation in sporting events and cheerleading. (Photography by Brunson) C Chuck, Undra and Niko at the Kid Mason Center Awards Day fE ceremony. c z a: w > w c w :X: CJ) :::i m :::1 .a. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::1 m ...:. w z Steve and Jazz with Dowuan and Jawuan showing off their j: z w CJ) i3 a: 0 ...1 LL 0 ,.... Sickle Cell Association of Hillsborough County Presents : c e n ij f 1 Music ofthe "60s", "70s" & "80s" When: Saturday, June 20, 2009 Where: Tampa Letter Carrier's Hall 3003 Cypress Street Time: 9:00 PM-1:00 AM BYOB&FOOD Donation: $10.00 in Advance/$15.00 at the Door Door Prizes for the best "60s", "70s" & "80s" Outfits Music By: Floyd "Joy" All proceef!S to b e n efit Sickle Cell Programs Donations are Tax-deductible Ticket Outlet: Sickle Cell Office -3402 N. 22nd ST-247-5999 The young people at Kid Mason Center shown with their awards are: f'h-st row, left to right, Anthony Negon, Joey Dye, Kaila Rivera, Emily Negron, Taylor Hardy, Andrea Collazo, Niko Duffey and Jeremiah Judge. Second row, left to right: Rico Graves, Lenessa Sexil, Jordan Daniels, Aalyyah Allen, Derrick, Dowaun McCloud, McKayla Gentry, Jawuan McCloud, Myah Jennings. And, standing, Joe Simmons, IV, Coach Gigi, Reanna Graves, Troyla Hardy, Demetrius Page, Derrick Daniels, Damon Willis, Areille Allen, Patience Cribbs, Maziiyah Jones and Coach Michael Jamison. Jospeh IV, with Coach Rolanda, shows off his tro-phy.. Doniell and Jamisha are all smiles with their trophy. Kid Mason Center Director, Michael Jamison, with his wife, Judith Jamison. Chastity, Gabby (mom), Andrea and Migdalia (grandma) attended the awards ceremony. Mareshia and Maziiyah Jones at the Kid Mason Center Awards Ceremony. Helping to serve food were Gigi, Jazz, Dion,, Uta and Judith.

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Loca J. R. Reed Hosts At Memorial oav Partv c m en c 'c z f amily members and frie nd s ga th e r e d a t th e hom e of J. R. Reed for a Memorial Day p a rty. Thi s yea r marks the 3rd Annual Memoria l Day Party that the for mer m held. (Photography By BRUNSON). """' Rachel were on the annual event to be having a Ricky Reynolds is talking on the telephone and chillin' at the party. the microphone during the 3rd Annual Memorial Day Party held at his home. Stephanie and Krys were on hand for the Memorial Day party at the home of J. R. Reed. The Memorial Day partygoers were: B. J., Big Crist, Mike, and David. "'D c m r Tim, -\tprdan Reed, J. R. and Sofield enjoyed themselves at (i) this yeaf's party with sports. :::t m c Omega Annual Boat Ride m < m :tJ -< Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity traveled to Clear-2009 journey on the waters. It's reported that about brothers and guests took the cruise. Proceeds from efit the scholarship program. (Photographs by -4 c m en c U'-f...,.V'U) )> z c ., Ms. Reatha of Reatha's Place (formerly Horseshoe) was one of the guests on the boat. HAIR BRAIDING ByMamaah {813)977-7818 Monday-SaturdaY" 8A .M.-7P.M. Sunday By Appt. ONLY FREE I Ask Us About Synthetic Hair Our Holiday Human Hair Available Specials! We Specialize In All Kinds Of Braids Address: 10020 N. 30th St. *Tampa, FL33612 (At Poinsettia Plaza -Behind Busch Gardens Between Annie & Bougainvillea) We Accept Credit Cards ::0 c ..... .....

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c a: u. c z cs: c (/) w :::J 1-> a: w > w c w J: (/) ::i D :::J a. z w ...J ...J :::J D I ...J w z z w (/) a: 0 ...J u. Sports Falcons Release Rights To Vick MICHAEL VICK ATLANTA-Less than five years after the Atlanta Falcons signed Michael Vick to a $130 million contract, the suspended quarterback was released in a 98-word statement. Before Friday's announcement -a move that clears Vick to sign with any NFL team -general manager Thomas Dimitroff called the team's former franchise player. Dimitroff said Vick, who has misse d two seasons while serving a prison sentence for running a dogfighting ring, deserved to hear first about his release. He said Vick "was upbeat" in the short conversation and was looking forward to moving on. ''Respect him as an individual and as an athlete in this profession. It was the right thing to do and I'm happy that we had a conversation." Dimitroff said releasing Vick allows the Falcons "to have a clean slate going into the summer" and allows Vick the freedom to negotiate with other teams. Goodell has said he will sit down with Vick after the quarterback completes his 23-month sentence on July 20 for running a dogfighting ring. T.O. Holds Youth Football cam p Contest In BuHalo TERRELL OWENS ORCHARD PARK, NYTerrell Owens isn't leavng out Buffalo when it to holding his youth otball camp in suburban Dallas later this month. The Bills receiver has teamed with a Buffalo, radio in hosting a contest to have local coaches nominate players boys aged 7-17 for a chance to win one all-expenses-paid trip to attend Owens' fourth annual camp on June 24-25. The winner will be determined by a poll conducted on the radio station's Web site. Owens, who signed with the Bills shortly after being released by the Cowboys in March, said he didn't want to overlook his new supporters in Buffalo. Now Cooking Thursday-Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Spedal Discounts For Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head Churches, L Bl ( b Family Reumons And lYe ue ra s Large Orders. 813.247.5128 ATM Machine On Premises Burress Case Delaved Until Sept. 23 PLA.XICO BURRESS NEW YORK --The weapons possession case against former New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress has been adjourned until September Burress made a brief appearance in court Monday. The judge adjourned the case until Sept. 23. The 31-year-old, 6-foot-5 Burress shot himself in the thigh with an unlicensed gun Nov. 29 while in a Manhattan nightclub. He was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and faces up to 3 -112 years in prison. Burress has pleaded not guilty and is free on $100,000 bail. Marshall Skips Minicamp BRANDON MARSHALL ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall missed a mandatory minicamp on Friday but met later in the day with coach Josh McDaniels. "We're goi ng to do the best thing we c a n for the organization and for Brandon," McDaniels said before the meeting. "If those two things are the same, then it will work out. That's what we're attempting to do right now." McDaniels said Marshall's contract could come up during the m ee t ing which was expected to include owner Pat Bowlen. Marshall is due $2.2 mil lion this season, the final year of a four-year contract he signed as a rookie. H e drove away from the team's training complex a fter about 1 hour, 15 minutes but didn't stop to speak with r eporters. Team officials would not comment except to say that a meeti n g had be e n pla nn ed. Richer McNabb Targets Super Bowl PHILADELPHIA -Donovan McNabb mentione d the Super Bowl five times in a 1 4-minute n ews conference discussing his reworke d contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. McNabb got a big raise. Now the five-time Pro Bowl quarterback wants to deliver that elusive championship. "With the type of team that we have, I think it's important that we focus in on what we have to do in order to achieve that common goal, and that's obvi ously to win a Super Bowl," McNabb said Friday. McNabb and the Eagles agreed late Thursday to restructure the final two years of his contract instead of extending his current deal. McNabh will collect $24. 5 million over the next two seasons. That's a $5.3 million raise over two years. "Both sides wanted to get something done," coach Andy Reid said. "We thought it needed to be done Donovan warranted DO NOV AN MCNABB this. There are very few players or situations where a player is far enough along in his career, and then his contract, where he warrants something like this. We felt Donovan was in that situation." McNabb made it clear last season he wanted a new deal. The two sides agreed on a pay raise instead of an extension mainly because of the uncertainty surrounding the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, which expires after the 2010 season. Suspect In Tavlor Slaving To Withdraw Guiltv Plea MIAMI --One of the five men charged in the slaying of Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor is seeking to withdraw his guilty plea. A hearing is schedul e d Friday in Miami on the request by 21-year-old Venjah Hunte. Under a plea deal, Hunte would serve no more than 29 years in return for his cooperation. If h e withdraws his guilty plea, Hunte could face a life sente nc e like his four co-defendants. Taylor, 24, died from massive blood loss after b eing shot in a Nov ember 2007 attempted robbery at his Miami-area home He was an All-Pro safety with SEAN TAYLOR the Redskins who starred in college at the University of Miami. All five s uspects are from the Fort Myers area and are b eing held without bail. Their trial is currently set for Jan. 18. 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even Years After Shaq's Farewell, Kobe Picks Up Long-Awaited Title ORLANDO --Kobe ryant has the NBA title h ne e d ed most -the one v.. ithout Shaq. Bryant's seven-year c ase of a coveted champi o ship is over. He's got his fc urth, and Los Angeles c< ach Phil Jackson his r cord lOth, a ring for each fi ger. One year after fail i g in the finals, Bryant a1 d the Lakers have r demption, and all the re ards that go with it. They earned their 15th ti le on Sunday night as B yant scored 30 points a d Pau Gasol added 14 a d 15 rebounds in a 99-86 w n in Game 5 over the 0 lando Magic, who ran ou of comebacks. It took longer than B yant expected, but he ha stepped out of former te mmate Shaquille 0' eal's enormous shadow -t last. His fourth champi nship secured a strong ca e can be made for Br ant being the league's be t player since Michael KOBE BRYANT Jordan hung up his sneakers. His coach stands alone. Jackson, the chilled-out, bow-legged Zen Master who won six league titles in the 1990s with Jordan in Chicago, now has won No. 4 with Los Angeles and broke a tie with legendary Boston coach Red Auerbach as the winningest coach in finals his tory. "I'll smoke the cigar tonight in memory of Red," Whv D-Wade Won't _Beco_me A Knick A friend of D wa ts to sta with Mia i longtern But is DWYANE Wa e impa-WADE tient for the team to be buil into a championship cont nder, even though it might not happen until 2010? "I'm a Heat player under contract," said this offseason, adding there's no choice "but to be patient. I know everyone wants to fast-track this team, and that's what makes me excited about the future. We're taking the right steps. Wade has said he will not sign with New York because of the weather. Rose Issues tatement-On Photo Cl ICAGO --Chicago Bull point guard Derrick Ros said he used "extr mely poor judgment" in po ing for a photo flashing a gang sign. Th NBA's Rookie of the Year said in a statement issued through the Bulls that he photo circulating on th Internet was taken at a arty he went to while at t e UI).iversity of Mem his. It w s "meant as a joke ... a bad one, I now admit," Rose aid. of being young, naive and of using extremely poor judg-ment," but has never been affili-ated with a gang. "I can't DERRICK ROSE speak loudly enough against gang violence, and things that gangs represent," he said. I sincere ly apologize to all my fans for my mistake." Jackson said. "He was a great guy." Bryant and Jackson, whose relationship strained and briefly snapped under the weight of success, are again at the top of their games. Together. Nothing was going to stop Bryant, who spent the postseason scowling, snarling, baring his teeth and all but breathing fire at anything in his path. For weeks, the All-Star has worn his game face, and only when the victory was his in the final seconds did the finals MVP allow himself to smile. After the final horn, he leaped into the air and was quickly engulfed by his teammates, who bounced around the floor of Amway Arena. Bryant then gave a long, heartfelt hug and shared a few words with Jackson before sweeping up his daughters, both wearing gold Lakers dress es, into his arms. Shau-Rumors a eailnu Up SHAQUILLE O'NEAL A potential Suns trade that would send center Shaquille O'Neal to Cleveland to help LeBron James' title quest is heating up again after the idea was put on a back burner following February talks. The parts of the possible deal remain the same. Phoenix would send O'Neal to Cleveland for veteran power forward Ben Wallace, who is considering retirement, and reserve guard Sasha Pavlovic, whose final contract year is not fully guaranteed. BEAUTY UNLIMITED Like a breath of fresh air, this week's Beauty Unlimited feature hopes to brighten up your day and cool yoi.J off during those humid days. Crystal Rae is a young woman with a bright future, and has plans on becoming a household name. Crystal Rae enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and has the gift of being able to attract only the right people into her cir cle. When it comes down to the man in her life, Crystal Rae said he must be exceptional, hand some, smart, secure, mature, and respectful of all women. Congratulations to Crystal Rae as this week's Beaut'/ Unlimited feature. c m (/) c c.. c z m ..... m 1\) 0 0 co r 0 :!! en m z :::! z m r;aJ c r r m z "'CJ c: aJ !: (/) ::1: m c m < m c m (/) c )> z c :::0 c ..... CN

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0) 0 0 C\1 uS ,.... w z ::l ""') c en w ::l 1-Entertainment Usher Files For Divorce From Tameka Foster-Ravmond Usher filed for divorce Friday from his wife of nearly two years, Tameka Foster-Raymond, said. The petition, filed at Superior Court in Atlanta, did not give a reason for the split. The marriage between Usher, 30, and Foster, 38, reportedl y has been strained for months now. Sources have said the pair haven't lived under the same roof for quite some time, as Usher has relocated to Nevada to work on his next solo album. Pictures and video of Usher, alongside Jermaine Dupri and oth ers, partying in Las Vegas have appeared online in recent weeks. Early this year, Foster suffered cardiac arrest before undergoing plastic surgery in Brazil. Upon learning of her condition, Usher canceled his performance at Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy gala and flew to the foreign USHER And TAMEKA country be to with her. Davis told the crowd at the party that Usher had to leave town due to a "serious injury in the family." People's sources called the event a "brief reunion in an otherwise troubled marriage. The couple have two sons together, Usher Raymond V, born in November of 2007, and N aviyd Ely Raymond, born last December. Foster has three sons from a previous relationship. The couple's relationship has been fraught with controversy ever Usher broke the news -somewhat offhandedly to MTV N e ws i n March of 2007 that he and Foster were engage d The couple married later that year in Atlanta in a simple ceremo n y, after canceling the original, more lavish wedding. Rumors were rampant about the reason for the cancellation of the original wedding plans, including that Usher's mother disapproved of the relationship, claims the couple later denied. Throughout their marriage, the couple was dogged by insinuations that the singer was being con trolled by Foster, and further reports of discord with his mother, whom he released from her duties as his manager in 2007 before rehiring her the following year. Questions about the singer's fidelity also arose. Usher took umbrage with much of the discussion and fired back at the gossip in interviews. Michael Jackson sued In Anempt To Stop London Concerts If you believe British tabloid reports, there are any number of a ll eged rea sons why Michael Jackson's 50-date run at London's 02 Arena may or may not happen -he's too sick, too weak, he doesn' t want to do that many shows. But on Wednesday, a legitimate, legal reason emerged that may force Jackson to rethink his intricately planned come back As threatened last month, promoter AllGood Entertainment Inc. filed a $40 million lawsuit against Jackson claiming breach of contract and fraud in an attempt to stop Jackson from performing in London. The New Jersey-based company filed the suit in federal court in New York stating that it signed a deal with Jackson's manager, Frank DiLeo, in November 2008 that commits the King of Pop to appear at a Jackson family reunion concert in the U.S. this summer. AllGood CEO Patrick Allocco told MTV News on Thursday morning (June 11) that the contract was for a concert that was originally scheduled to take place this July. "The date we now have on hold is July 3 in Cowboy Stadium in 2010," Allocco said, adding that the contract stipulates that Jackson cannot perform individually before the AllGood show or for three months after the July event. "The contract was signed by DiLeo on behalf of Jackson, the Jackson 5, [sisters] Latoya and Rebbie, the whole gang," MICHAEL JACKSON he said. The show is slated to feature Jackson's reunion with siblings Marlon, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Randy, as well as an appearance by younger sister Janet Jackson. Jackson is slated to kick off his 02 engagement next month, and Allocco said the suit makes clear that the agreement signed by DiLeo predates Jackson's deal with promoter AEG Live for the London shows. "The first I heard of the AEG deal was when an associate told me about it in December," Allocco said. Jackson, who has been rehearsing for the London shows in Los Angeles, has claimed he never personally signed the papers for the .family-reunion show, and AEG Live CEO Randy Phillips has called the AllGood claims "meritless." But Allocco said, "Frank DiLeo is clearly the manager of [Michael] Jackson now, and he signed the deal on his behalf. TMZ reported earlier this month that Jackson said he would perform at both shows. Former Dipset Affiliate Max B Found Guiltv Of Manslaughter Former Dipset affiliate Max B was found guilty of manslaughter and conspira cy to commit robbery Tuesday (June 9 ) after a judge ruled over the case in a New Jersey courtroom. According to the rapper' s attorney, Gerald Saluti, Max B (born Charles. was found guilty on nine of the 11 counts he was facing. The charges stem from a theft that involved the rapper, Kelvin Leerdam and Max's for-.. mer girlfriend Gina Conway. Conway eventu ally turned state' s evidence against the men. Max B was accused of leading the trio to steal upward of $30,000 from two men. The incident went awry, however, when Leerdam allegedly sho t one ofthe men. Conway testified in the case that Max B wasn't pre-MAXB sent at a hotel room he rent ed at the time of the crime. The rapper's attorney spoke to MTV News on Tuesday and expressed frustration about Conway's testimony. ''They found him guilty of conspiracy to commit rob bery There's a very specific definition of robbery, by force," Saluti explained. "Then they found him guilty of aggravated manslaughter, instead of unintentional murder. The theory on which they convicted him leads to conspiracy.

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passed 11, 200 will be 18, 2009 Temple N. Lo Thursday, June neral services Thursday, June at 6 p. m. at Allen M. E. Churc h 2101 e Street, with Willie J. Cook, pasating. Interment in St. Paul AME nkard-Hayes of ngs, Georgia. She school at Good Church in Cedar union, six children Louise Tolbert of ville, Georgia 'u'""''".,.,.,.), Frank Hunter of Herbert Hunter ae) of Jakin, Steve Hunter of s loving memories five children; 23 ldren, Dorothy Brenda Fudge, James Edward ankie Fudge-(Darryl), Valencia Paula Hunter, ter, Patricia H> rt><>t. Hunter, Jr. Hunter, Terry Danielle), Thad amela), Melissa Kaven), Robert (Beverly), Victor elicia Hunter, Samuel Bell, Jr., Hunter, Darin wanda), Danae hristian), Devin Charles Darby and Emma Jean Tallahassee. She lovirig memories great grandchil-24 great, great rrundchildlren; and a host of cousins and MS.ALEYAH MONAEHILL Funeral services for Ms. Aleyah MonaeHill of Tampa, who transitioned this earthly life on Wednesday, June, 10, 2009, will be held on Thursday, June 18, 2009, at 12 noon at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Blvd., Dr. Sam Maxwell, Pastor/Teacher, officiating. Interment will be made Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. Aleyah leaves to mourn her passing: son, Cornelious Smith, Jr. (Lit Gene); mother, Lenora (stepfather, Paris) Jackson, Freeport, NY; father, Maduro Hill, Houston, TX; sisters, Imani Jackson, Freeport, NY, Takiesha Hill and Miecia Hill, both of District Heights, MD, Raven Hill of South Carolina, and Yasmin Hill of Virginia Beach, VA; brothers, Paris Jackson, Freeport, NY, Maduro Hill, Jr., Hempstead, NY, Amir Hill, Virginia Beach, VA, and Hason Hill, Charlotte, NC; grandparents, Brenda Berry, Tampa, and Gertrude Elmore, Richmond, VA; godmothers, Tanya Peterson, Kim Poole and. Darlene Rawlins; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Ms. Hill was born on June 5, 1990, in East Meadow, NY, 'to Lenora Jackson and Maduro Hill, Sr. She was a resident of the Tampa area since 2002 coming from New York. Aleyah attended Riverview High School. She attende d the First Baptist Church of Progress Village, Dr. Sam Maxwell, Pastor/Teacher. The remains will repose on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, from 3-6 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, and the family receive friends from 5 6 p. m. in the chapel. The family is asking in lieu of flowers to send donations to: Lenora Jackson, 7902. Endive Avenue, Tampa, 33619. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 11:45 a. m. on Thursday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-Harmon Funeral Hmne J ohn W. H:: u m o n L.F.D. J a m e s H :trmo n L F. D 5002 N 40th S t. 626-8600 MR. WILLIAM HERBERT HOOVER WALKER Funeral service for Mr. William Herbert Hoover Walker of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, June 14, 2009, at a local hospital, will be held at 11 a. m. on Friday, June 19, 2009, at New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, with Rev. Walter Williams, pastor, officiating, with Bishop A J. Richardson, Jr., eulogist. Interment will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Herbert was preceded in death by: his wife, Grace; son, Wendell Morris; his parents and four siblings. He leaves to celebrate his life: his daughters, Gail Walker Arnold and Julia Orr (Eric) and son, Wyatt Walker; 4 grandchildren, Allison Arnold, Cortney Arnold, Wyatt W. Walker and Joshua Orr; sisters, Muriel Walker Manning, Curtiss Walker Wilson and Mary Walker Scott; brothers, Charles Walker and Mordecai Walker; and a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends, including the James family of Keystone and Rembert fam"ilies of Clearwater. William Herbert Hoover Walker was born September 21, 1930, in Ciittii' s Park, Florida. He wa .-t:llt ninth of ten children t6 Charlie and Pearlie Wiilke;. William, Herbert or Hoov"'e't (depending on where you met him) grew up in Odessa (Keystone), Florida where he attended the local little red school. He graduated from Don Thompson (now Blake High) Schoo. l in 1948 and joined the United States Army shortly thereafter. After four years in active duty, Herbert returned to Tampa and continued his education at the Unive.rsity of Tampa where he received a B S. degree in Biology. He was the first Black graduate in 1962, Herbert received a degree in theology and was ordained as a minister by the late Rev. Dr. A Leon Lowry at Beulah Baptist. Church. Herbert was a member of New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church. He entered the corporate world in 1964 with Anheuser Busch. At the time of his retirement in 1986 he was the Manager of Quality Control, the third highest ranked position at the Tampa plant. Also an entrepreneur, he operated a neighborhood J;"estaurant and was the sole proprietor of Walker's Lawn Care and Repairs. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m., Thursday, June 18, 2009, at the funeral home and the family will receive friends in the chapel from 7-8 p m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church on Friday at approximatel y 10:45 a.m. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-Crime Trial Begins For suspected Rapist JERRODPASS The trial for suspected serial rapist, Jerrod Pass, 39, will get underway today (Tuesday). Police have accused him of attacking at least seven women between August 2003 and 2007. One case involved nine counts of sexual battery on a victim younger than 12 Each of the crimes occurred in neighborhoods off Fowler Avenue n ear the University of South Florida. Pass was linke d to the crimes through a DNA sample taken from him August 28, 2007. Prostitution Sting Nets 10 Arrests LEROY BLUE On Friday night, Tampa Police conduced a prostitution reverse operation at North Nebraska Avenue and McBerry Street. Two female officers were the undercover officers for the operation. During the operation, ten arrests were made. 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0') 0 0 N ""':) c C/) w :::> 1-c a: c z < c C/) w :::> 1-w > w c w J: C/) :::::i m :::> a. z i= w ..J ..J :::> m ..J w z i= z w C/) a: 0 ..! u. <0 ,... ape suspect In Custodv Reward Offered For Bank Robber s arrested a man o n of sexual battery, .. ,,.,, and aggravated to the report, Ernest Vereen, Jr., 32, and the victim, d escribe d as a 22-yearo ld Hispanic fema le, got into an argument, Vereen reporte dl y held her ca ptiv e for two days. During that period, authorities said the victim was repeatedly raped, beaten and sodomized. Tampa Polic e r eport that Vereen and the victim were previously in a relationship. The victim esca ped on June 9th and went to a nearby gas station. From that loca tion, police and Tampa Fire Rescue personnel arrived and she was transported to a local hospital. Police officers and U S Marshals received a tip about Vereen's location and he was arrested in area of Willow Avenue and Delaware Street. Suspected Bank Robber Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for inform a tion that will r esult in the identification and arrest of an unknown suspect responsible for a bank robbery. On Friday evening, authorities report that a man entered the AnheuserBusch Credit Union, 3209 East Busch Boulevard, and handed the teller a note demanding money and stating he had two guns. Help Needed In The clerk dropped the note and the suspect told the clerk they had three seconds and demanded the back. I entifVinu Scam Artists The suspect fled on foot after he was given an undetermined amount of money. Hillsborough County Office is asking for in identifying two who are suspected artists. their victims with a colorful story about finding money and striking a deal to split the cash. So far, the con artists have stolen ab-out $25,000 from the The fifth incident occurred last Tuesday at a shopping The suspect is described as a black male in his early 20s, 5'6" tall and weighing between 130 and 150 pounds. center parking lot in Duo Sought After Carrollwood. Last Thursday, investigators said j.:dc Stolen the same two suspects tried : Card to scam a woman at a shop-.,_IJ(.; ping center in Brandon. In 1 that case, the woman refused to participate, Detectives are asking for help in identifying the criminals, identified as two Black females, both appearing to be in their 50s, 6 feet tall, and weighing 250 pounds. Suspected Credit Card Thieves Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the identification of two suspects who attempted to use a stolen credit card that was taken during a car burglary. On June 3rd between 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., the victim's vehicle was burglarized and her purse. stolen while it was parke d at the Forest Hills p layground, 724 109th avenue. Later that same evening, authorities said two unknown suspects tried to use her credit cards at the Wal-Mart store, 2701 East Fletcher Avenue. Tampa Police were able to get surveillance photos of both suspects and ask that a nyone with information regarding the identity and whereabouts of these susp ects to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477 The suspects are d escribed as a Black male and Bl ack female. Three In custodv Assorted Charges ANTWAN WELLS On Saturday evening, a search warrant was served at 205 West Frances Avenue by Tampa Police After gaining entry into the :residence, officers found Antwan Wells, 30, Michael Wright, 49, and Micfhael Slaughter, 32, inside. A thorough search of the resi-dence was conducted and authorities recovered 11.5 grams of crack cocaine, SLAUGHTER !!. grams of marijuana, two handguns with alte red serial numbers, a stolen Apple laptop, a 32-inch LCD tele vision, a digital camcorder, $8 ,448 in cash and $1,970 from one of two vehicles found at the residence An ongoing investigation is underway to clear several burglaries. All three men are being held without bond on drug, weapon, and possession of stolen merchandise charges. Detectives look For Leads In Murder DADE CITY -Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the 'arrest of the unknown suspect responsible for the murder of 48-year-old Cleo Stinyard of Dade City. Authorities said sometime between June 11th and June 12th, an unknown suspect murdered Stinyard at 37844 Laura Lane in Dade City. Individuals wishing to remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward CLEO STINY ARD are asked to call Crime Stoppers at-800-873-8477 Shooting Death Under TRISTAN HAMILTON .. being sought for questioning. ST. PETERSBURG -Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives are investigating the shooting death of Almonzo Marshall, 28. He was reportedly brought to the apartment of Shatdra Rutledge by two men around 10:3 0 p m. Sunday night. Paramedics were called to that address, and transported Marshall to a local ANTHONY MARSHALL ... being sought for questioning. hospital where he later died. Detectives are working with Rutledge and following other leads as to where the shooting took place. Detectives had identified Anthony Marshall, 29, and Tristan Hamilton, 24, as the two men who dropped Marshall off. They are being sought for questioning.

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= LEGAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-03779 U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2005-14HE, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2005-14HE, without recourse (Plaintiff) vs. DON WATKINS And MARGARET McSHANE And all unknown parties claiming by, through, under ar d against the above named Defendant who are unknown t1 be dead or alive whether said unknown persons, heirs, de isees, grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE C F DON WATKINS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARGARET MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION S!YSTEMS, INC.; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT, TENANT TENANT; a d TENANT IV/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given pursuant to the final judgmenUorder entered in the above case, that I will sell the following property s itu< ted in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: lrHE EAST %OF LOT 26 AND THE NORTH % OF ALLEY lABUTIING ON THE SOUTH BLOCK 10, INTERBAY lACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE 36, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash at 2 :0( P M., on the 2nd Floor Rooms 201/202, in the George E Edg comb Courthouse, at 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 336 2 on July 7 2009 The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of thle Court. Final payment must be made on or before 5 :00P. M on t e date of the sale by cash or cashier's check ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FRC M THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A C (AIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES If you are a persj:m with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to parti ipate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to e provision of certain assistance Please contact the Court Adrr inistrator's A D A Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 within 2 working day! prior to the date the service is needed; if you are hearing or voic impaired call1-800-955-8771. Dated this 2nd day of June. 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ T ONY A TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENT INEL BULLETI N ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) is seeking proposals from qualified firms that have the capability to create, plan and execute marketing, advertising, promotion, community education and public relations programs for the accomplishment of the Authority's strategic goals which include improving understanding of the role of HART in the community, increasing use of HART services, and marketing HART as a consumer-oriented and community responsive organization. HART Request for Proposals (RFP) 109045 will be available at HART's web site WWW GoHART.org on or about June 12, 2009 NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER:T-0226-09(JM) Purchase of Gl i descope Ranger Video Laryngoscopes For the Fire Rescue Department Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of Glidescope Ranger Video Laryngoscopes with Verathon Inc The Hillsborough County Fire Rescue Department wishes to purchase Gl i descope Ranger Video Laryngoscopes This equipment is exclusively distributed and''& n only be purchagg through Verathon Inc 2 : r Contracto r s who believe they can or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support thei r g position The Hillsborough County Department of Servic b s must receive replies to this notice not later than of on June 23. 2009. After this date an award will be to this notice will be used to determine whether bona fide competition exists . I Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., County Center, 18th Floor Tampa, Florida, 33601, Attention Jock McGiathery, or FAX to (813) 272-6290. For further information call (813) 272-5790 Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E mail AVONLADYGEORG I A@YAHOO.COM FIT Pharmacy Manager Must Be A Registered Pharmacist 40 Hours Weekly No Holidays No Weekends Flexib l e Time Off ASSISTANT MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH Pnsco-Hernondo Communily College (PHCQ i s O((epling opplicotions f o r o pantime Assistant Men's Basketball Coodt. Responsib i l i ties include coaching, recrui t ing, scouting, moni t o r ing s tudent-athlete ocodemk progress, statistics and A c oodtin g s t ipend i s ovuiloble. Required: Associate degree wit h p rior basketball coach i n g experience; wlid flo r ida D r il'l!r Ucense; sotisfo dory uiminol history background must b e able t o w o r k evenings, weekends and split schedule; degrees mus t b e from o regionally owedited i n stitution. Preferred: Bach e l o r's degree ond college level bas k etball coaching experience. The o pplico t ion review process m n begin with copies o ltronsnip ts; however, offidoltronsnipts m u s t be roceived p r i o r to the i nterview THE C OLLEGE IS CLOSED FRIDAYS THROUGH AUGUST 7. Send or lux l ener of i n terest, c urrent resume, PHCC o pplicotion, ond officioltrons n ipts to: Athletic Directo r -Job code: Assistant Bosketbo/1 C o ach Pnsco Hemondo Communily C ollege l023D Ridge Rood; New Pnn Richey, fl3465 4 5199 Phone 727-816334D -Far 7278 1 6 -3354 ApplicationJ available at: THE APPUCATION REVIEW PROCES S BEGI N S JUNE 22 AND CONTINUES U N TIL THE POSITION IS FILLED. 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1, 2, And 3 Bedroom Apartments For Rent Section 8 Welcome Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up $300. 00/Secu rity Call (813) 244-8528 $215.00/monthly! 4 Bedroom/ 3 Bath HUD Homes! 5% Down, 15 Yers @ 8%APR For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext 5492 Seminole Heights Totally Remodeled 1/1 $595.00 Includes Electric Water Safe/Quiet Neighborhood 6907 N. Navin Small Pets OK (813) 900-9935 Thonotosassa (301 & Fowler) Quiet, Nice Yard & Patio 2/1 W/DH, Window Heat And NC Water Included Section 8 Special Use 1 Bedeoom Voucher $650.00/Rent (813) 968-1168 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Starting At $449.00 Tile Floors Walk In Closet Section 8 Receive $200.00 Gift Card Upon Move In Call 813-975-0258 Apartment For Rent 1 Bedroom/1 Bath From $125.00/Weekly With Electric & Water On Pay Monthly Or Weekly Call (813) 731-1014 2 Bedroom Apartment $225.00 Weekly Or $900.00/Monthly Lights, Water, And Cable Included Please Call (813) 690-2883 Cinnamon Cove Apartments 12401 N. 15th Street Starting At $425.00 On-Site Laundry And To Everything Call (813) 971-5254 Ybor City 2910 East Columbus 2/2 Apartment$850 .00 With Washer/Dryer Updated, Very Nice Section 8 Welcome Jacob Real Estate, Brkr. (813) 258-3200 Sulphur Springs Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, No Pets $575.00-$600.00/Monthly Water Included Call (813) 810-7725 Or (813) 996-7725 Rent Based On Income Senior Apartments Security High Rise Services & Bus Stop 813.977.1663 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ....... EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT ..... APARTMENTS DUPLEXES ........................... ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN SECTION 8 (2 UNITS) 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartments $825.00/Monthly Includes WSG Non-Smokers Near Everything Call 813-239-6199 College Park University Mall Area Remodeled $0 Security Deposit For Section 8 1 Bedroom From $500.00 2 Bedrooms From $729.00 3 Bedrooms From $995.00 Immediate Occupancy (813) 325-7118 Near Ybor/Downtown Clean-Safe Furnished Efficiency Private Kitchen NC, Bath $140.0//Weekly $140. DO/Deposit On Bus Line (813) 846-9535 Efficiency For Rent Furnished, TV Refrigerator, Microwave NC, Cable Private Bath Senior Citizens Welcome $135.00/Weekly $120. DO/Deposit Call (813) 532-9697 Or (813) 965-5561 Temple Terrace Area Duplex 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced Yard, CHA Washer & Dryer Included $65000/Monthly Plus Deposit 813-412-5597 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS Sulphur Springs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Quiet Area $500 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 503-5321 Grant Park Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Central Heat/Air Only $600.00/Monthly 3822 N. 54th Street Call (813) 610-4518 Temple Terrace Area Duplex 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced Yard, CHA Washer & Dryer Included $65000/Monthly Plus Deposit 813-412-5597 8721 12th Street Sulphur Springs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $550 00/Monthly WID Hook-up Section 8 Welcome Phone(813)451-1776 (813) 264-0698 Grant Park Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Central NC, WDH $700.00/Monthly $400.00/Deposit Phone (813) 325-8387 Tampa Heights 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Large Rooms, WDH/NC $600.00/Monthly Water Included +Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 Nice Area Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, WDH Receive $100.00 Cash With Signed Lease 0 Deposit (813) 789-3879 Sulphur Springs Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $675 00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 335-0076 Or (813) 885-5226 IF L 0 R I D A 11 Sentinel Bulletin AVAILABLEAT THESE LOCATIONS CVS Drugs (Tampa & Seffner) 625 W. M.L.K. 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.L.K. Jr. Blvd. (S) 2725 N. MacDill Ave. (T) 611 S. Howard Ave. (T) Hess Express Busch Blvd. (By Busch Gardens) Florida Ave. I Linebaugh Ave. New Tampa Area Shell Gas (Bruce B. Downs Blvd./Skipper Rd.) Sweet Bay (Bruce B. Downs Blvd./Highland Pkwy. Sweet Bay Super Markets (Brandon, Seffner, Riverview & Valrico} 6929 U S. Highway 301 N. (R) 2535 W. Brandon Blvd. (V} 1101 E. Bloomingdale Blvd. (8) 1247 Kingsway Blvd. (S) 11230 E. M L .K. Jr. Blvd. ( S) 205 E. Alexander St., Plant City 597 S. Wheeler St., Plant City Wai-Mart (Tampa & Brandon) 949 E. Bloomingdale Ave. (8) 2701 E Fletcher Ave. (T) 11110 Causeway Blvd. (B) 12808 E. Brandon Blvd. (B) 1601 W. Kennedy Blvd. (T) 8885 N. Florida Ave. (T) Coin Box Locations HARTLine Terminals (University Area) Livingston Ave. (West Tampa) Himes and MLK Blvd. (East Lake Area) 56th Street Orient Jail, Orient Road Falkenburg Jail, Faulkenburg Rd. River Pines Apts., 40th Street Centro Place, 21st Ave./15th St. JL Young Apts., Nebraska/Bird St. Epiphany Arms Apts. Hanna/22ncl Univ. Comm. Hasp., 30th/Fletcher St. Joseph Hasp., MLK/Habana Tampa Gen. Hasp. by McDonalds Presbyterian Village-North Blvd.

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-i c m CJ) c t... c z Room For Rent Beds m Grant Park Rooms For Rent Ybor City Area ..... Hillsborough & Himes 0) 3413-B 53rd Street Single Individuals Very Clean Rooms Twin $60. 00 N 0 2 Bedroom/1 Bath NC, Cable Phone Preferred For Rent Full $65. 00 0 (D WID Provided Queen Beds $125 00/Weekly With Private Entrance Queen $75. 00 Security Bars Fans Kitchen, Ceiling Fans Senior Citizen Discount King $ 110 00 & Up $600 00 /Monthly $85 00 Deposit Call (813) 784-0508 Bunk Beds $150 00 $110 00 And Up Weekly For More Information Call (813) 244-7388 $600 00 Deposit Call (813) 310-0991 Furnished Room Call 310-922-5957 813 598 4262 Rooms For Rent For Rent II' 1 ;'II': 1 11 '': 11 :nwl Ybor City Area Clean, Quiet Section 8 Special Air Conditioned $150.00 Per Week No Deposit Rooms For Rent $100 00/Deposit Older Adults Preferred RUDY'S REPAIR 2 Bedroom Duplex 2 Bathrooms $400 00/Monthly All Utilities Included SERVICE Fenced Yard Large Kitchen Call (352) 238-6680 Patio/Parking Available Call (813) 516-1559 Complete Air Conditioning Burglar Bars WDH Or (813) 690-3320 Or (352) 684-6381 $75 .00-$100 00/Weekly & Heating Service Central NC Starting@ $600 00 Deposit Negotiable For Rent On All Makes And Models ., r-Call 813-770-0375 Rooms/Apartments Call (813) 620-1866 0 (813) 503-0493 c (813) 486-2639 In Quiet Building LIC #CAC 1814465 > Furnished Rooms Or No Drugs Allowed $5001 Police Impounds! CJ) m Unfurnished Efficiencies For Rent z Visit: 2913 N. 15th Street Hondas, Chevys, Acuras ::! 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $550 00-$650 00/Monthly Call Henry (813) 727-0151 z Toyotas, Etc. From $500! m CHA, Fenced Yard Plus Deposit r-Or Larry (813) 382-6055 C.C.'s Carpet Cleaning I For Listings Ill Private Driveway Includes : Water, Lights c Call800-366-9813 r-Freshly Painted, Carpet Cable, Internet Room For Rent 1-3 Rooms r-Ext 3695 m Tile Conveniently Located Washer And Dryer Central @ 1-275 ONLY-$24 .95 ::! Section 8 No Hidden -CHARGES! z Call (813) 785-1030 NC, Cable, Phone $0 Down! "'0 c: (813) 866-9827 Queen Beds, Call (813) 325-4330 Ill (813) 516-1669 Kitchen, Ceiling Fans Cars From $29 00/Monthly! r-West Tampa '' ( Cii 36 Months@ 8 5% APR ::r:: $85 00 Deposit m Section 8 Welcome South Of 1-275 $100 00 And Up Weekly Police Impounds c m Near Armenia For Listings Call < 3 Bedroom Duplex Furnished 813 598 4262 m 800-366-9813 DNA Testing Clean1 NC, New Paint $100 .00-$125 00/Weekly Ybor Heights Ext K456 -i Paternity Test c: Tile, WID Hook-Up Includes All Utilities m 8304 Mulberry Cable & Personal Fridge Large/Furnished Rooms We Come To You! CJ) II' I ; 1111 H 1 'i (.]:I I Uil c Apartment #B Utilities/Laundry Results In 3 Days $850 00 Call (813) 545-8074 Facilities Included Legal Or Personal Testing > Kitchen Use Payment Plans z Section 8 No Deposit c Room For Rent $110-$140 Weekly Tarpley's A/C 24-Hour Service ., (813) 238-6100 In Nice Home Deposit + 1 Week Rent (813) 238-7884 Monday Saturday c 30 Years Of Age & Olqer (813) 541-5010 (Cell) Call (813) 247-4724 DLM-DNA Ybor Area Must Have Sales & Service Testing Services Clean 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Steady Income Efficiency For Rent New & Used NC's (813) 928-2753 Duplex Apartment $120. 00/Weekly Furnished, Kitchenette Financing Available Dlmservices91 @yahoo.com $120 00/Deposit On Time Service Now Servicing Nationwide Recently Renovated Utilities Private Bath 1-888-651-5777 900 SF, Large Kitchen Jim (813) 237-1810 Private Entrance, No Drugs LIC# CAC181530 $595.00/Monthly Gennte (813) 326-2871 Retiree Or Seniors $350.00/Deposit Polete (813) 410-5422 Preferred $550 00/Monthly (813) 267-5504 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE (813) 810-5411 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Call (813) 234-9102 THE FLORIDA 10005 North 14th Street Fair Grounds Fixed Income Apartment #B Furnished, CHA Room Special SENTINEL BULLETIN (Off Linebaugh) WID, Cable ACCEPT:S VISA $350 00/Month 2/1 Duplex All Utilities Paid Includes All Utilities MASTERCARD CHA, WDH Next To Bus Lines Washer And Dryer Section 8 Welcomed Quiet Neighborhood On Premises AMERICAN EXPRESS $350. 00/Secu rity $140 00/Weekly AND DEBIT CARD Private Entrance Call Annie (813) 986-3205 (813) 247-1844 PAYMENT VIA PHONE G') m Or (813) 310-8598 (813) 478-1286 R.B (813) 770-2025 N .....

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