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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area ,_ Businessman Ta as Dis Ute I I I I . -'1 . . . -' : .. SEE STORV ON PAGE 3 : -' r, --.., '' .... \ ZETAS PRESENT SIR DEBONAIR/SIR LORD PRESENTATION Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. presented its 29th Annual Sir Debonair and Sir Lord Presentation on June 14th at the Clariqn Hotel. The event featured a special salute to role models, presentation of honorary role models, the distinguished humanitarian award and the event of the evening: crowning of Sir Debonair and Sir Lord 2009. Young men elegantly dressed for the affair were: John Edwards, Julian Jackson first runner up; Paul Anderson, Ill, Sir Debonair 2009; Aaron Peoples and James Staten. Front row, 2008 Sir Lord, Dy'Kota Davis; SiT Lord 2009, Emmanuel Johnson and contestant, Marquise Moreica. (Pho t ograph by Julia Jackson) Baby EJected In Crash Dies SEE PAGE 3 -Gospel Star Comas Back To Tampa Roots SEE PAGE 7 Activist Succumbs On Father's Day SEE PAGE 15 Suspects Sought In Murder Case SEE PAGE 23 (, -(\j ... . ........ ....... .: (J} . L ....... _, ... s

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0') 0 eatures M' N w z :::> ..., >"' <( c CJ) w :::> 1-House Of Hope To Open Second Home Academv Of Hope Selected As 2009 Non-Profit Of The Year Tuesday (today) at 11:30 Tampa Mayor Pam will cut the ribbon at the Hillsborough House of Hillsborough House Of provides a home and for women, who were incarcerated, while they their lives back in order. progr a m has been success rehabilitating 73 women were previously in and out jail system. women live in the home going through counseling programs to help them be productive members of are currently 25 wo in the jail and prison sys. who are on the House of Hope's list. Unfortunately; are a limited .. '"!'."'in the house. the the opening of the sec house, seven woineri 'at ,.a can go through the facilrehabilitation programs. ribbon cutting ceremony include a tour of the new .. ; interview with : resi and listening to success from previous re$idents. .. Palmer opened Hillsborough House Of I BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Founded in July 1996 by former Tampa Bay Buccaneer running back, James Evans, the Tampa Bay Academy Of Hope has assisted youth with leadership training, counsel ing, referrals, mentoring, job placement, and scholarship velopment. Last Thursday at the Em bassy Suites on the campus of the University of South Florida, the organization was recognized by the Tampa Bay Business Journal as the 2009 Non-Profit of the Year in the educational category. Evans said they had to beat out some people with much larger budgets JAMES EVANS TBAH Founder "We've always known we were fiscally responsible, and I think that's what pushed us over the top. "I took five students, three board members and three others to the presentation. I was just in awe of how they ad mired our kids. TBAH serves disadvantaged and at-risk youth between the ages of 12 and 18 who live in socio-economically depressed communities in Hillsborough County. These students receive coaching, mentoring, and lead ership skills based on the programs' Leadership Through Education model. Evans is one of 21 children and no stranger to rising above obstacles He was raised in rural Alabama and eventually started playing professional football for the Kansas City Chiefs and later the Bucca neers. TBAH has set a goal to raise $2.25 million by June 2014. local Church To Hosts Its National Conference After a of planning, Pastor J'ony Smart and the MARGARET PALMER congregation of Tampa' s Vic-t 9ry ]3aptist Church are pre----':p'aretl to host the 25th session Hope while in her 70s. SJ:i(( Baptist Fel worked for many years in the_ .wship (IBF) Conference. The county jails as a volunteer theme is "Raising The Banner counselorforwomen. O.J.JQith," Psalm 60:4. The Over the y,ears, Ms. ?serY,Ices will be held at Victory saw m,xmerous inmates make .-. B'aptist Church, 6202 S. significant changes in their MacDill Ave. lives. However, some of. them, .co' nference activities begin shortly after being released, Tuesday (today), June 23, would find their way back in 2009 at 9 a. m., with visitors jail. froin around the country. Local It is for that reason, Ms. pastor, Tony Sinart is the IBF Palmer established the HillsModerator. borough House Of Hope. Independent Baptist .. Reporter Leon B. Crews Bible Believers Fellowship was can be reached at (813) begun in 1985 when a group of 248-0724, or e-ailed at men from around the country lcrews@flsentinel.com. met at Tennessee Temple Uni versity to discuss ways for Black preachers to fellowship and encourage each other. The speake_rs and their wives for the 2,008 IBF Co11:ference in Kansas Cizy, MO. tist Philadelphia, i> A, and Evangelist Julius Raines, Director, 'Trumpet of the Lord Ministries, Warner Robins, GA. The men have given over -$5;000 in college schol
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Features c: m (/) c Businessman Takes Bid Dispute To Citv Council Babv Eiected In Accident Dies c... c: z m 1\,) (.) 1\) 0 Businessman and longtime community activist Michael Hadley, owner of Sable One Investigations and Security, will be standing before Tampa City Council Thursday, June 25, asking them not to ratify a contract for unarmed security services. The City's Purchasing Dept. has recommended that Chicago-based Diamond Detective Agency continue the contract. Greg Spearman, Director of Purchasing for the City, says that even though Hadley was the lowest bidder (at $11.94 and hour), there were other qualifications that had to be met. In a letter to Hadley dated June 5, 2009, Darrell Smith, Chief of Staff, explained the reason the second low bidder was recommended for the job. By submitting the proposal, Sable One authorized the City to conduct reference investiga tions as needed Sable One provided security for 3 days during Super Bowl weekend as a subcontractor; the bidder needed a minimum of 5 years in the business as a licensed security guard service company. The MICHAEL HADLEY City did not consider the Super Bowl experience to be similar to long-term guard services at various locations The references contacted said they used Hadley's company primarily on insurance claims, mainly as surveillance. Hadley says he has been doing security and investiga tive service since 1998. He added that the bid invitation did not specify that 5 years of security experience was need ed. He explained, however, that the staff he has pulled togeth er has much more experience: Joe Wilson, a 30-year retired Colonel of the Air Force ; Nate Powell, a 25year Marine veteran ; Marvin Wiley, 30 years in law enforcement (retired Chief of Police of Miami City and El Portal); and Ralph Underwood, 25-year retired Hillsborough County Sheriffs Deputy "I see a pattern like the 2o'07 disparity study done by the City of Tampa," Hadley said. "There is discrimination against small minority prime contradors. I'm asking other small business owners to sup port other small businesses in the community." Editor Gwen Hayes can be reached at (813) 248-19291 or by email at editor@flsentinel.com. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, an accident Friday night claimed the life of a baby. Troopers said a 2005 Dodge Ram truck driven by Michelin Jones, 42, of Tampa was traveling westbound on I-4 near Plant City when the right rear tire started sep-arating. This caused Jones to lose control of the vehicle and it began to spin and left the paved pm:tion of the roadway and venture into the grass median. A witness reported that the vehicle overturned 3 times before it came -to' rest in the upright position. As the vehicle turned, the right-rear passenger, 7-month-old Indria Jones, was ejected as she sat restrained in a car carrier. Indria and another passenger, 6-year-old Drelin Pittman were transported to a local hospital where Indria was pronounced dead. Pittman sustained minor injuries, and Michelin Jones was not injured. The accident is still being investigated. The family has asked Milton Funeral Home in Dade City to assist them with arrangements. Embroiled oav Care Still Taking Children 0 (0 "T1 r-0 :::c c > (/) m z ::! z On Friday, authorities shut down the Just For Kids Day Care center and told the owner she could no longer work with kids. m dren inside. r:-According to a manager with the child care OJ licensing program, an inspector found three children at the center Monday morning, but rwas told they were not paying clients. !!l However, Dorothy Ann SampsonMonroe was still accepting children MOnday morning at the' according to a who came by to pick up her child's belongh)gs. Sampson-Monroe was arrested and charged last week on four counts of child The licensing manager attempted to verify z with parents that no fees were bei ng paid for "tJ the child care. To be considered a child care ffi program, a fee must be collected. r-abuse. .1 1 I ' 110 Three officers remained at the scene briefly. (i) Police were initially called to the center over ffi Tampa Police call at the center at 11 a.m. confi'riAe d Jhr:e_ were chilconcerns relating to former employees. C MeetldCI Announced For New HART Transler Center On Thursday, June 25th, HART(Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority)will be a public meeting at the Loretta Ingraham Center, 1611 Hubert Avenue. The purposed of the meeting will be to discuss a proposed transfer center at Tampa International Airport, and a potential light .rail system. HART will be seeking public comment to better determine the needs an d services for the new facility. The new facility is proposed to improve the bus route networ:k serving the Westshore business District and facilitate a connection with Pinellas Suncoast Transit. Authority. The s i te for the new facility is at the southern end of the TIA property at a signalized intersection at West Spnice Street' and O'Bri!;m Street. The meeting is from 5:30p.m. until 7:30p.m. :_i., .. '.. BREAKINB NEWS: Plea Deal Reached In Chris Brown Case LOS ANGELES--Chris Brown's lawyer says a plea deal has been reached in the singer's felony assault case. The announcement was made moments before a preliminary hearing in Los Angeles was set to begin. m < m :::c < c: m (/) 0 > < > z c:. "T1 :::c c > < Brown's alleged victim, Rihanna had been on standby to testify on Monday. Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos (GEHR'-uh-gohs), says the deal includes five years of supervised probation and six months of community labor. is pleading to felony assault . CHRIS BROWN The judge expressed some concerns because Brown is not a California resi-C> dent, but it appears Brown will be allowed to do his community service in his home state of Virginia. m (.)

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a> Editorials & Columns c it &L c z < c 0 w :::;:) t> a: w > w c w :::1: 0 :::i m :::;:) a. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USI?S 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 ( 813) 248-1921 Published E very Tuesday and Fr iday By FLOR I DA SENTI NE L BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member ol National Newspaper Pub lishers Association ( NNPA ) and Amalgamated Pub lishe rs, Inc., New York. 1990 -94 CP Ttmelnterna t io nal POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Per io dical P ostage Paid A t T ampa, 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 KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44.Q0-6 Months Both Editions: $87 .DO-Per Year Both Edi tions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of th is newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do no t necessarily reflect the editorial stance ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Charter Schools: The Good And Bad When then Gov. Jeb Bush and his administration ushered in the Charter School concept with sweeping approval, we warned our readers not to rush to pull their children out of public schools and eDJoll them hi charter schools. Now, that a Stanford University study has confirmed that more than one third of charter schools have failed, educators are at last willing to put on brakes and take a cautious second look at the charter school idea. Sadly, Black and Hispanic children perform poorer in the areas of mathematics and reading than they have performed in public schools. No, not all charter schools perform poorly. In fact, the Stanford report has found 17 percent of charter schools provide students an education superior to that pf. public schools, whi,le 46 percent of charter schools as well as their public school counterparts. So; ,parents who plan to enroll their children or have f already enrolled their children in charter schools must remain vigilant regarding the quality of education their children receive. In fact, parents should check the academic standing of their children's charter schools 'on an annual basis. Praising Your Children After every grading period, the Sentinel features students who made the honor during. For many families it is traditional and we look forward to seeing the same children repeatedly being honored. HowevE!r, for some reason, many parents do not take advantage of the opportunity to publicize their children's accomplishments. We don't necessarily have to praise the child in print, but each child that achieves this status should be praised. When I was growing up, I would often hear the elders say, "Every frog should praise his own pond." For years, I didn't have a clue as to what that meant. But, as I got older, I began to realize that parents are quick to punish, and if pun-ishment is warranted, it should be handed down. However, when a child does well, we should be just as quick to lavish him with praise. As time passes the focus of the future becomes more and more academic. Thirty years ago, a four-year degree was sufficient. Twenty years ago, a master's degree wasn't required, but it would certainly give the person the edge to land a job. And, today, it seems that doctoral candidates get the jobs even when a doctorate degree is not required. The fact of the matter is education is the key to the future and we need to reenforce this fact with our children every chance we get. Now I'm sure that there are those who feel that the children are doing what they are "s upposed" to do. That very well may be true, however, everyone likes to know that what he or she does is appreciated As adults, we do what we are supposed" to do on the job to earn a paycheck. But, it still makes you feel good when your boss tells you that you are doing a good job. As adults, we want to continue to receive those compliments so we try to keep up our level of output. We want to know that our efforts are noticed. Our children are in the training stages to become tomorrow's leaders. They need to know today that someone is taking notice of the work that they are doing. Praise your own pond! z i= w ..J ..J :::;:) Also, when choosing a charter school, parents should' . compare the academic.success in as many . .. Nei-ther A DaddV Or A Man charter schools as possible. Meanwhile, w:e support the :. ;...;._ 63 percent of charter schools that perform better or at-::;-!:. ------------------------.,..-------------' m I ..J w z least equal to our public schools. ; ::E -xcuse me people, but I am getting tired of hearing males bragsoon as they accomplish something good, here they come taking full claim for being the caring father of the child. they're females, don't understand it is a male thing and they need males to disc uss it with. i= z w 0 < c it 0 ..J &L Schools: Up A Donward Slope S ee if you can make heads or tails of it. This is what we read from a major news article published last week. "High school performance slipped this year in Hillsborough County with a magority of schools dropping a grade or more in the state rating system ... Botg HilJsborough and Freedom high schools dropped to a 'C' froht an 'A,' with 10 schools earning 'D' grades .. But despite those troubles, the district earned its second overall 'A' grade with 57 percent of schools earning that designation based on on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, or FCAT." WHAT?! No doubt, congratulations are in order, but to whom and for what are persistent questions. Continues last week's news clip, "For the first time since 2006, no Hills. Schools earned a failing grade, putting the district on track to potentially earn special privileges from the state." Congratulations! However, "as in previous years, the district failed to make adequate yearly progress under. the federal No Child Left Behind law, which requires continuous gains in minority low-income and special-needs groups." Speaking of minority and low income special needs, what has become of embattled Middleton High School? o::t We are informed, it passed, but not by much. It went up w 5 points, but still received a "D." Its principal said he (!) was "very pleased," although he added, "We still have improvements to make." ging about how many children they have sired. They brag about it knowing good and well that they are neither a daddy nor a man. They brag knowing that they contribute absolutely noth ing to the child's well being or to raising the child. Let the record reflect that just because you impregnate a female, it does not in itself make you a man or a daddy. Far too many males get a woman pregnant and then make themselves extremely scarce in the lives of both the woman and the child. You can only call yourself a daddy if you are actively involved in the raising, the caring for, the providing for, and the loving of that child. I know of so many males who have absolutely nothing to do with their' children. But as They come forward looking for a pat on the back or a contribution knowing full well that they had nothing to do with the child's success Children, especially male children, need a father in their lives. They need a daddy who can set a good example, show them the path of success, comfort them in their time of need and above all, be a good and effective role model. Guys, and I call because I can't call you a daddy or a inan, you can't leave all the responsibility of raising and caring for your children to the mother Boys don't always listen to their mothers. That i'!i because too often boys feel that their mother, because But where is daddy? The child doesn't know. In fact, so many children grow up not knowing who their male sire is. We often talk about the number of Black males that are under the control of the penal system. A lot of this is be.c'ii-use there is no in the houset q bffom Males, get involved in your children's lives. It makes no d)freienc'e relationship with the 111oth:er is, be a contributing-and posi tive role model for your children. Children need both parents. Usually, the missing parent i s the male. This has to change in order. to reinvent tire-Hiack familieS. As for the major media, they have begun pronouncing public schools can only succeed with cooperation of both parents as well as students. We don't disagree. But once again, FCAT escapes accusation. Perhaps, someday, someone will recognize children attend school not simply to pass tests, but to learn life-

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Pictures From The Past Kelvin Blaylock and Darlene Blackman were photographed at the Baker-Smith wedding. Don and Carolyn Bushkie were photographed at the Overstreet-Nicholson weddin g. : J. .,, ' \ .. c Photographed attending the Anderson-Owens wedding were Deborah Lott, Deborish Bailey, Katirl a Beacham, Alfred Simms and Scott Robinson. 1 ..,. Rogers Park golfers holding their trophies are Eddie Gansey, James Pierce, and Edward Montgomery. I "./t "'r I Chaotic Club members Lynda Collie, Brenda Walker, Brenda Davis, Rosa McCray, Helen Everett, and Angie Nelson. -4 c m CJ) c c.. c z m 1\) 1\) 0 0 CD ., r 0 :J:I c )> CJ) m z ::::J z m r:m c r r m ::::J z ., c tD r c;; ::::t m c m < m -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c ., :J:I c

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g Local N C") N w z ;::) ""') 0 (f) w ;::) 1-Christopher Walker Inducted Into UF Hall 01 Fame CHRISTOPHER WALKER A Tampa resident is among 21 students inducted into the University of Florida's 2009 Hall of Fame. Included in the new group is commended for their contribu tions and commitment to the university and to the commu nity," said Patricia Telleslrvin, UF's vice president for student affairs. "We have all benefited b y their accomplish ments in a variety of areas and we are very grateful for their efforts. Since 1921, the University of Florida Hall of Fame has recog nized seniors, graduate and professional students who have consistently demonstr11ted an outstanding commitment to improving the university through campus and commu nity involvement, participation in organized campus activities and scholastic achievement. Christopher Walker, son of Bernard Walker, Sr. and 0 Twila Hart and a resident of Induction into the Hall of Fame is the most prestigious honor awarded to a UF student and is reserved for those student leaders who have shown true achievement through their activities and scholarship while members of the UF commu nity. a: u. 0 z < 0 en w ;::) 1-> a: Tampa. Walker majored in Family, Youth & Community Sciences and minored in Non profit Leadership and Mass Communication Studies and plans to attend graduate school for Mental Health Counseling after graduation. "These students are to be This unique honor is limited to no more than 25 students in a given year . .(Photo by Ray Carson-UF Photography) w > w 0 w :::c en :; m ;::) ll. z iii ...J ...J ;::) m .;J w z i= z w en < 0 a: 0 ...J u. 'Did You:Know That .... ... ,_, Provides Coverage. Fo: tore Patients, Including Annual Relining & Surgery In tion For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 African-American Pilots Take To The. Air Tampan Wesley Collins and Dawn Wanzer were pilot and co-pilot, respectively, for Delta Airlines as they traveled in a Boeing 737-800 from California to New York, where they are based. This is the first time the two have flown as a team. June 25th Will-Be Middleton High School oav In The Citv Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio the Tampa City Council will proclaim Middleton High School Day" at the Thursday, June 25, 2009, 9 a. m. weekly meeting. All Middletonians and supporters are invited to attend the ceremony in City Council Chambers at 305 E. Jackson St. (at the corner of Florida Ave.). Middleton High School open-ed in East Tampa in 1934 and celebrates its 75th Anniversary June 2528 with an All-Class Reunion at the DoubleTree Hotel, 4500 W. Cypress St. Also Middleton High School Tigers are asked to joinUhe Alumni Associati o n Friday, June 26, 9 a. m. at Florida Memorial Cemetery, N. 22nd St. and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., as the group lays a wreath at tlie gravesite of Mrs. Margaret (George S.) Middleton. Mr. Middleton's wife died 50 years ago (19Q9) and is buried two blocks from the school's original site. It is believed that Mr. Middleton is buried in his native home of South Carolina. Call (813) 991-7981 for more information on all Middleton High School All-Class Reunion activities Middleton Hiuh Sch.lol aand Banquet ;>The Middleton High School Band held its end of year banquet just a few days before school closed Band members received awards, letters and certificates. (Photography by Brunson) Senior Olivia Evans received recognition for her service to the music program. Top award .Brent Darius and (not shown) Matthew Arrington Middleton Ban(} members who received letters were Tevin "T Man" Walton, Brian P. Byron Knight, Efrain Williams ; Wendy bureillaume, Venessa Grant, Germain Roberts, Rashaad Norman; Justin L Gudes, Ericka Leslie and Antwuane Christie. These band members Charles Watts, head drum major; Andre Wright, Katie Gertz and Calvin -K. Perkins.

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All About \' ou emini's Bahamas Birthdav cruise FRANCES KELLY And BERNARD (T-BOO) WASHINGTON shout out to my sister, Ethel Harris, who vaccinat350 Jamaican patients. SHOR1Y, OTIS And MARC, JR. birthday to the sexiest mother in Tampa, Shorty V. your sons DeMarcus, Otis and Marc, Jr. We love Magnificent Dad CHRIS BROWN Even though you are away, when you were here you were great. Can't wait 'til God releases you from that place, Daddy! Happy Father's Day! Love, Kaniya and family, and Mike Mike. BROOKLYN Birthday wishes go out to Brooklynn Andrea Crawford, who turned '4 years old today. She win celebrate her special day at Chuckie Cheese with family and friends. We love you Brook, mommie, Tashyra; grand daddy and grammie, James and Toynetta Cobb; te-te, Mesha; and your little brother, Damari. Happy Father's Dav Memoriam ANTONIO MIDDLETON, SR. AKA TURK Happy Father's Day to our #t daddy. You're gone, but never forgotten. We love you, Antonio, Jr., Zerquisha, Baby Mama, Meka, friends, and family. -f c m en I "You're Mv Rock ... I i BUBBADANDTIFFANY 1\) (.o) 1\) 0 0 (0 "T1 ,... 0 ::D en m To my man, lover, and friend, you're the best step father on whom I can depend on. z Happy Father's Day, Boo. m r;-!Happy Father's Davl JOE JOE Father's Day blessings are going out to my husband, Joe Joe. We love and miss you. Love always your wife, Cecelia, and children, andDayDay. We would also like to wish Yulandus (Gil) a Happy Father's Day. FIRST lADY liJ(:Kl\fAN Happy Fathers Day from the girls. Love, always, O'a'Niah and your wife, Danielle (First Lady). HThe lbice of Our Community Speakingj(>r ltse lfn .__.BuJle tQ tb1 t:tc ... (813) 248-1921 m c ,... rm :j z c m r-(ii :I: m c m < m -f c m en c )> z c "T1 ::D 6

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g Local N College Hill Conference Center: w 2009 Grad Recognized For Perfect Anendance For13Years Gospel Star Milton Biggham Returns To Gospel Roots :::::) ... On Sunday, June 28, 2009 the Tampa Bay area will be graced with the presence of its own gospel legend, Dr. Milton Biggham in "Up Close & Personal" at the College Hill Conference Center {formerly known as New Philadelphia M B. Church), 1003 East Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. near Nebraska Avenue at 4 p m. A $s.oo donation and canned good will be used for admis sion. All proceeds will go to the COACH Faith-Based and Prison Ministry Before the College Hill Con ference Center received its cur rent name, it was once known as the New Philadelphia M. B. Church. An offspring of New Mt Zion Missionary Baptist Church, the New Philadelphia M. B. Church, headed by Pastor James Marion (himself a gospel singer), played an im portant role in the progression of Gospel music in the Tampa Bay area. Every Sunday, quar tets, soloists, groups, choirs, and other musical artists min istered to the people and pres_ ence of God through the gift of : Gospel music. Gospel greats, such as Mighty Clouds of Joy, The Williams Brothers, Shirley Caesar, and The Dixie Hummingbirds came out of New Philadelphia M. B. Church, who became pi oneers in the Gospel music arena. Later, New Philadelphia M. B. Church was taken over by Pastor Steve Austin and ex panded into the outreach min istry, "Freedom Ministries." ....... ::: Schedule OfEvents ::::;:;}:;:-: -SWtday School: 9 :00A.M. : ::::\:\: Morning Worship: 10:00 A.M. Dinner: After Morning Worship Afternoon Services: 2:30 PM. Singing: After Afternoon Worship Planning for the "Up Close & Personal" concert/workshop are from left, William Sanders of Unlimited Gospel Expressions, Elder Charles Davis, Pastor of College Hill Church of God in Christ, and Executive of the College Hill Conference Center; Rev. Willie Dixon of the faith-based COACH Foundation; and George Elpheage, assistant at College Hill COGIC. Freedom Ministries was an outreach ministry that pro vided social programs for the homeless, elderly, and children in order to revitalize the com munity in the Tampa area. The College Hill Conference Center now is looking to recon nect itself with its rich history of being an arena for Gospel music and other ministries with the concert/workshop "Up Close & Personal." "Up Close &Persblial" is de signed to inspire and educate aspiring musicians and vocal ists. Often many embark upon a music career with no real un derstanding of the business end of the industry and other surrounding factors that they will face. This event is an edu cational opportunity for aspir ing musicians and composers to gather inside knowledge, wisdom, and advice on various topics of the music industry that will assist in honing their craft in these areas The night will open with sev eral local arid regional Gospel recording artists, followed by Dr. Milton Biggham, who will share his musical gift and also offer wisdom, expertise, and advice on the ins and outs of the music industry to those in attendance. "Up Close and Personal" wl.ll also mark the opening of the College Hill Conference Center for con certs, conferences workshops, lectures, and other events "Up Close & Personal" is hosted by Unlimited Gospel EXpressions, whose mission is to promote the history and rich heritage of gospel music, and to help nurture gifted and tal ented individuals who desire to pursue roles within this indus try. And also by the COACH Foundation whose mission is to develop comprehensive strategies to address economic, housing, health, educa tion and spiritual problems that plague our communities through a wide array of serv ices to revitalize our communi ties. For more information on "Up Close & Personal" call813972-3409. Can anyone imagine not missing a day from school in 13 years? That's what Erika Hayes has accomplished and on June 29th, she along with her mother, Tonya Wideman and father, Phillip Hayes, will meet with MaryEllen Elia, School Dis trict Superintendent. "I am very proud of my daughter and <,ill of the things she's achieved during her high school career. Now that's she's graduated, I feel she's well pre pared for that next step in her life." Ms. Wideman, who has been very active in her South Tampa community, said it's hard to believe that anyone could never miss a day from school in their entire life. "The School District only recognizes kindergarten through graduation and not pre-kindergarten. So really, she's had perfect attendance for 14 years." Ms. Wideman said be cause she raised her daughter within the confines of the Rembrandt Apartments, some ERIKA HAYES felt she would wind up as an other statistic. "As a single mother, I could not do everything for her. I had to be confident that she could work and maintain, and she did. She's had the support of a lot of people along the way, and they all deserve a debt of gratitude from me and Erika." Erika graduated from Robinson High School with a GPA of 5-4 and will attend Florida A&M University to study pharmacy. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. Teacher onerinu Tutorial Services .. -BETIY J. MANN them to learn they won't,' she says. M -rs. Mann's 2007-2008 FCAT Reading scores exceeded both her school:s and Hillsbor ough County School District Her 2008-2009 Reading test scores reflected an average ad equate yearly progress score of 178 points. Some of her stu dents doubled their 2007-2008 Reading scores. She says, "if you are truly concerned about you child's academic progress, invest in Three-time Hillsborough your child's future by enrolling County Merit schoolteacher, him or her in B. Jean Mann Betty J. Mann is offering Tutoring Program." She adds, classes in Reading, Math, the price has been rolled back Writing, note-taking and FCAT to the 1998-1999 summer strategies this summer. Her ''I'm hoping that the program is an intensive acaprice will be more affordable, demic program specifically dethus making the program signed to get positive results. more accessible to the students Mrs. Mann in need ofthe services that "children really w ant to Mann also offers help to learn. If no one is pushing students in high school, who have not passed the FCAT. And, those who are below John M. B. Church Bartow; FL ::ie,eKng A Spirit-Filled Leader grade level in Math, Reading, or Writing. Her final words, "I can help!!" Weekly Service Schedule 7:30P.M. Nightly Monday,June 21st Through For Pastoralship. Send Resumes To: John B. Church :...,.:.::t:s:arto,w., FL 33831 Her students thus far this summ er inClude one from Vir ginia who is the daughter of a former student she tutored, and 2 from Colorado. Mann can be reached at (813) 404-7175 Classes have already begun, but it's not too late to start, she said.

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c: m t.luke AME Church Hosts Youth Conference Luke AME Churc h was the host for a recent Youth renee of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. There lots of activities for the youth. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Ivery and James Beauford, J r m e mbers of Allen AME Church, enjoyed the Youth Conference. Theme: "Sincere Preach::.: Tn A Corrupt 'World" "For as we are not as many, which corrupt the word of God: but as of sincerity, but as of God, in the sight of God speak we in Christ. 1 Thessalonians 5:12-13 -Anniversary Services -Thursday June 25 2009 At 7:30P.M Reverend Anthony Greene First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens Friday June 26 2009 At 7:30P. M Pastor Eric Campbell Faith Temple Missionary Baptist Church Sunday, June 28 2009 At 11 :00 A.M. Pastor William Leonard, Sr. Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church Winter Haven FL Sunday June 28 2009 At 3 :30P.M. Pastor Remer Bake r Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church Kissimmee, F L l< c.. c: z m I\) (A) I\) 0 0 (0

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esidents, Officials Attend PartnershiP Meetings c m CJ) c l> _-< c... c pa r es id e nts turn ou t in l a rg e numbers to ke e p abreas t of what's happening in th eir community. Th e most r ece nt m eet in g was a t R aga n Park. City a nd county officia l s Z in atte nd ance. (Photography by Brunson) m _residents, Estella Acree and Gladys Jackson. ,., Bill TBARTA speaker. _::;:.:.; ...:.r-. -Representing the City of Tampa at the meeting were Gloria Moreda and Loralee Morrow. Victory Finley of the Solid Waste Dept. was also in atten-John A. Huggins and Jerry B. Taylor were among those in atten-dance. dance. Department Of Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management *IMPORTANT CHANGE* To Your Garbage & Recycling Collection Schedule For City of Tampa Solid Waste Customers ONLY NO GARBAGE AND RECYCLt'NG COLLECTION ON FRIDAY, JULY 3rd, 2009. The City of Tampa Department of Solid and Environmental Program Management WILL NOT provide make-up garbage and recycling collection services for residential customers whose regularly scheduled collection fatl on Friday, July 3rd, 2009. Garbage and recycling collection for these custom ers will resume on Tuesday, July 7th. For rnnre igforwation an in service. please contact the City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management customer service team at (813) 348-1111. Thank you. ., r 0 :II c > CJ) m z ::! z m r I m c r r m ::! z m < m :II -< c m CJ) c )> z c ., :II c

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The house arrest provisions would allow him to play. n Williams Back In Coon, Seeks To Delav Sentencing ing him for covering up the shooting of a hired driver more than seven years ago. Prosecutors want. Williams behind bars, because of recent erratic behavior, his arrest for assault irl a! North Carolina bar and ani altercation with police in a : New York City hotel room. The 41-year-old has been free on bail since the 2002. killing of Costas Christofi. Williams was convicted in 2004 of covering up the slaying at his mansion. But sentencing has been delayed pending his retrial on a reck less manslaughter count. 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL Clti . <, '' . 79 And Up *' $ Flat White Paint. ............ $5.99 gal. I Outside White Paint. ......... $14.90 gal ler Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. Brushes ................................. 99 ea. MIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Winslow Drawing Raves In Tampa KELLEN WINSLOW So, you want to know how Kellen Winslow is fitting in with his new team? The men he will play alongside will tell you he seems right at home after his trade in late February. About the only disagreement is whether he's more receiver than tight end or vice versa. Really, the answer is whatever the Bucs want it to be. But on this there is total agreement: Winslow, 25, will be used extensively. Offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski said he believes in widespread use of his tight ends, and, being a former tight ends coach with the Packers and Falcons, he is with the Position. ... '."""'-.,. .. .. 1: ... Te Return To takers LAMARODOM EL SEGUNDO, CA Lamar Odom wants to return to the. Los Angeles Lakers, and he hopes the team will keep both him and starter Trevor Ariza. Odom and Ariza become unrestricted free agents on July 1. Odom met with coach Phil J acks'on and general man ager Mitch Kupchak dur ing an individual 20-minute exit interview. "Hopefully, it won't take that long," he said, joking about upcoming contract negotiations. "In and out, three years, So million." In between player interviews, Jackson took a congratulatory call from President Barack Obama. A visit to the White House by the Lakers is under discus sion, a team spokesman said owens Finallv Settling After Finding Place To live BUFFALO, NY--Terrell Owens finally has a place to plug in his popcorn-maker now that the Buffalo Bills receiver has found a place to live in his new town. Real estate agent Maureen Flavin said Wednesday that Owens has agreed to lease a 4,soosquare-foot newly built home in an upscale commu nity in Orchard Park, not far from Ralph Wilson Stadium. The search took several months in part because the type of large homes Owens was interested in usually aren't on the rental market, Flavin said. The search also made headlines after Owens said he was turned down from viewing one home because the owners didn't want any drama in their neighborhood. Owens was intent on rent ing rather than buying after signing a one-year, $6.5 mil lion contract with Buffalo in early March shortly after he was released by the Dallas TERRELL OWENS Cowboys He already owns homes in Atlanta, Dallas, Miami and New Jersey. Owens spent the past two months looking at homes across the Buffalo region. His search included viewing two condominiums on the city's waterfront, which were shown to him by Flavin and filmed by VH-1 for the receiver's upcoming reality show to be broadcast on the cable network. Kobe Not Planninu-.Jo.?i Opt Out 01 Contract EL SEGUNDO, CA -Kobe Bryant said he plans to stay with the NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers even he if opts out of his contract this summer. Phil Jackson said his health will dictate whether he returns as coach Bryant met with and general man"" ager Mitch Kupchak for an individual exit interview Friday. The finals MVP can termi nate the last two years of his contract and become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. He's spent his entire 13-year career with the . wii:l:ning .... 7-4:-champiOnshtps. But heould'. assts.ts and 5.6 rebounds. get a 11ew, more during the finals, when the and longer if he opted 4kers the Orlando t Magic games. ou. ked by reporters if he. would opt out, Bryant said, "I've been deflecting that all year and I ain't going to stop now." Pressed to explain, he responded, ''I'm not going anywhei=e. I know I ain't going nowhere, so it's just a waste of our breaths just talking about it." (8131 248 Bryant turns 31 in August.

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S rts Blake At Wimbledon In First Round 17th -seeded Blake o Andreas Seppi of Italy 7-5, 6 -4, 7-6 (S) o n Monday, making the American the first seeded player to los e this year at the All England Club. Blake failed to con ve rt a set point in the third set squandered a s -l ove l ea d in the ensuing tiebreaker Blake a l so was eliminated in the first round a t the French Open last month. H e has l os t three Grand Slam matches in a row omen's Game Needs Williams Sisters enus and Serena are headed back to t<>unrt, patch of London and none too soon for n s tennis. Overd by the riv alry of Ra el Nadal and .RogerFed rer atop the men's a nd trying to overcome of a dominant player own dr aws the portion of sport that produced past stars such as Chris and Steffi Graf again to the American sisters at Wimbledon Williamses have been ed by the former topEvert, who wrote an letter in 2006 to Serena in Ten nis Magazine, and other players including nine-time Wimbledon cham pion Martina N avratilova, for spending too much time on acting and interior design, and for following losses with behavior more associated with opera divas. Some of those critics also say the sport can't do without them. "Women 's tennis right now is in a state of flu x," Mary Carillo, a tennis commentator for ESPN and a former French Open mixed doubles champion, said in a n interView. "Any sport, especially ten nis, needs a great sustaining rivalry Women's tennis doesn't ha ve tha t." The only sisters to both h ave reached the No.1 ranking on the WTA Tour, Venus and Serena hav e won a total of 17 Grand Slam singles titles, starting with Serena at the 1999 U.S. Open. Their championship match at that event two years later was switched to prime time on CBS, an unprecedented move to tap their buzz for advertisers. Are Nets And cavaliers Talking caner Trade ;a VINCE CARTER Contrary to reports, the Nets have had no conv e rsa tion with th e Cavaliers since mid-February regarding Vince Carter for anybody, much l ess Sasha Pavlovic and Ben Wallace, who t a lk e d about retiring but is n o t about to forfeit $14M. Tiger Woods Had All The Right Shots, But Puns Wouldn't Fall TIGER WOODS FARMINGDALE, NY= : Tiger Woods walked p as t : the Bethpage clubhouse slow: ly Monday morning, head; down. He stepped toward the podium in the media interview area with unblinking eyes, like a man headed for the gallows. His face was a mix of anger, frustration, disbelief and, oh yea h did I mention anger? In s hort he was pissed. To say it more politely would be a fail ure to report accurately You would b e ticked off, too if t he ot her players h a d done their best to back up a nd hand you the United States Open championship a nd you didn't step forward and grab it (like you u s u ally do). "Second-place sucks" is Tiger's famous mantra Woods didn't even stick around to see who did sfir vive Bethpage Black. After a quick interv iew, he wa lked across the adjacent parking lot in front of the clubhouse, climbed in the pa ss enger side of a maroon Buick Enclave he 's still driving Buicks even after th_e company canceled its endorsement deal? -and made a quick exit. Caddie Steve Williams backed the car out of the parking spot. At u:s6 a.m., Tiger was on his way out of Bethpage, out of New York and, mo st sig nif icantly, out of the U.S. Open BEAUTY UNLIMITED FUNTASIA In order to be a Beauty Unlimited feature, you've got to have something the others don't. Funtasia definitely understands that and as this week's feature, she is now among the elite. Funtasia loves to entertain and spend time with her friends. She also enjoys quiet time as she unwinds from a hecii'c day. Whim 'it comes dow ff : to the man in her life, Funtasia said he must be so special and apart from the others tfiat he will create jealousy wherever he goes. He also must be humble, intelligent, handsome, and possess a sense of respect for all women. Congratulations to Funtasia as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. (81.3) 248-1921. c m (/) 0 c z m "' w "' 0 0 CD ., r-0 ::xJ (/) m z ::t z m r-1 m c r rm z "C c m c (/) ::t m c m < m c m (/) c z c ., ::xJ c

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uneraljMemoriamj Card Of Thanks JORGE RICARDO "RICKY'' GIBBONS memorial service for Mr. rge Ricardo "Ricky" bbons, of 103 E. North reet, who passed away, ursday, June 18, 2009, held Monday, June 22, 09, at 5 p. m. at Aikens Home Chapel, where Joe Johnson, officiated. Mr. Gibbons was born '"'""''""' 16, 1958, in Tampa. enjoyed listening to sic, technology, being family and friends and ing with his Rat Tail r "Lil G." He was also avid Miami Dolphin Fan. attended the schools of lsborough County and duated from HillsborHigh School in 1977. He r attended Albany State versity on a football was later employed the City of Tampa for 18 working for Parks and creation and later with City Division. He was hd, .... ; .... ..:t a Catholic at a very age. is survived by: his parWalter Lee Gibbons and Penalver Gibbons; Duane Gibbons and Cheryl; sister, Celeste ns-Peoples and busJeff; aunt, !della Tyler; Gino P. Gibbons, D. Gibbons, Terrell and Chris Peoples; <.:ul'u:sn:s, Olga Villada-Bari;leS family, Loretta nningham and family, '"'""rua Hammond and famDaisy Planchatt and famind Evalio Penalver and special sister, Loretta ; best friend, Charles n and wife, Sandra; family, the Bethea's; cial friends, Sharon, ly, Henry and Kathy B. the City of Tampa Parks Recreation Department City Division; and of other relatives and lieu of flowers,, the ramirequesting donations be to the Humane Society Animals, or the ASPCA. "AIKENS FUNERAL Harmon Funeral Horne ohn W. H:: umon L.F.D. lames H:: u m on. L F. D 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 A MEMORIAM FRED NEAL In loving remembrance of our father, Fred Neal. Happy Father's Day. Your loving daughters, Ellen and Gean. THANK YOU WILLIAMP. COLLINS Michelle Collins and the family of William P. Collins, would like to thank everyone for their gestures and kind thoughts that were shown during the time of our loss. We also would like to thank the Harmon Funeral Home Staff for its timely effort and sensitivity portrayed in the funeral arrangements. AIKENS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Clara "Big Red" Neal Gaines, Tampa. Mr. Reno Butler, Tampa. Mr. Jorge Ricardo (Ricky) Gibbons, Tampa. Mrs. Rose George, Tampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Ms. Jada Elizabeth Barner, Tampa. Ms. Tameka Campbell, Tampa. Mr. Gino Crescenzi, h as pro v i de d t h e h i gh es t sta nd a r d i n fun e ral services f o r ove r 7 0 y e ar s Ray Williams Funera l Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 3(11 N H owa rd A ve n ue T ainpa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax : {81 3) 251T 2 Ema1f : raywms @lf n e t local c Popular Tampa Man Dies On Father's oav c... c: z m I\) w BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A 46-year o l d popu lar Tampa man becam e ill a nd died on Fat h er's Day. He b eca me ill a nd was pronounced dead at a l oca l h ospitaL Mr. Eddie Lee Levy, Sr., join e d th e U.S. A ir Force after grad u a tin g from hi g h school. While stationed at MacDill Air Force Base, he m e t Ms. Cherylene Roberts. The couple mar r ied and trave l e d to various milit ary facili ti es. However while stationed in Korea, Mr. Levy was injur e d as was discharg e d from the military after 15 years of service. They were married 24 yea rs a nd became the parents of 1 daughter Jujuanna, and 3 sons Arik, Eddie, Jr., (EJ), and Steven. They a l so h ave five grandchildren The co upl e r eturned to Tampa, and Mr. Levy obtained employment at F edEx. His he a lth continued to det e riorat e during his 9yea r e mployment with the company. During hi s t e nure he t e mporaril y lost his eyes ight devel oped diabetes, high blood pressure, and h ear t problems. "Af t e r hi s h ea lth started to failed, he was ass i gned to th e office to work. But, about 2 years ago, he stopped wo rking completely," Mrs. Levy said. Mr. Levy fille d hi s d ays h e lping others and overseeing the couple's semi-pro football te am, the Tampa Bay Bandits. He loved to cook, football, and shooting pool. He also enjoyed helping others and would oftentimes take senior citizens who didn't have transportation to the store or to run other errands. He was also very supportive of his wife's efforts to improve the lives of others. Mrs. Levy said the family had spenJran enjoyable day together beginning with q -im going out for breakfast. "He had a home cookec dinner and opened his gifts. We were going to watch a movie and I went to take my shower National MR. EDDIE LEE LEVY, SR. Apri130, 1963 --June 21, 2009 about 9:15p.m. "My (adopted) daughter started screaming that Ed was having a seizure and she called 9-1-1. B y the time I r e ached him, I noticed that I\) 0 0 (0 his lips and fingers were turning blue. The paramedics worked on him before transporting him to St. Joseph s Hospital. I knew it was very 0 serious because the machine had a straight line :D across it He died at about 10:30 p .m., Mrs. Levysaid. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Mr. Levy m was the son of Mrs. Rosa Levy and the late Darren Levy, Sr., he attended the public z schools of that city before entering the military. In addition to his wife and children, Mr.. Levy m is survived by a sister, 2 brothers and other c: family members in Memphis, Tennessee. J= Services for Mr. Levy were incompiete as m of press time, but the funeral is tentatively planned for Saturday. Ray Williams Funeral "tt Home is in charge of handling arrangements. c: tD .-en ::J: m c Police: Twin Infants Len In Car As Mom Shopped At Wai-Mart m < m :ll -< c: m c )>. -< )> z 0 ELLENWOOD G a.--A Marietta mother is accused of Tampa. Mrs. Vivian Inez Hickey, Tampa. Mr. Tony Mangual, Tampa. Mr. Gerald Mitchell, Tampa. Mr. Robert Lee Moore, Tampa. Mr. Stephen Streeter, Wesley Chapel. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Charles W. Ward, Valrico. Dina Williams, Tampa. Mr. Alonza Williams, Tampa. FUNERAL HOME "Our Busi ness Is Service 3000 N 291 h St.* Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605 (813) 248-6125 www.wilsonfuneralhome .com JANESIA WILLIAMS leaving her 4-month-old infant twins in a car while she shopped at a local Wal-Mart. Police said it happened Saturda y at the Wal-Mart on Anvil Block Road in Ellenwood. Authorities said a p asser-by noticed the kids alone in the car and called police Police said Janesia Williams, 26, left a crack in the car windows and that's j} how authorities were able to 0 remove the children, who )>. were believed to have been -< inside the vehicle for about 30 minutes. The twin infants were t-aken tci .. S j:>tlthern Regi qnal Medical Center as a precaution. Doctors there said the kids were OK. P0lice said the father picked them up from the hospital, but Williams was taken to jail on child cruelcy charges. 'williams bonded out of the Clayton County jail Sunday night just after 10:30-Subscribe Today! 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Q) 0 0 N Crime News C") N w z ::> ..., Four Sought In June 13th Murder 0 Crime Stoppers is offeri n g a ::> rewa r d for anyone with i n for -1-mation l eadi n g t o th e arres t f four peopl e so u gh t i n a Jun e 13th murd er. A u t horiti es said a t 3:30 m 54-y e a ro l d Walter eorge Patey was found ea r N o rth Elmore Street a nd as t Adale e Stree t. C rime t o pp e r s reported th a t a wit ess saw Patey get out of a i g ht c o lored v ehicle occupied y fou r others On e of them it Patey on the h ead with omething w hile a noth e r s hot im in the chest. Patey was pronounced < e a d at the scene. Authorities aid he was a registered sex ffender with a GPS monitor t at allowed Tampa Police to ::C t ack his location before his C eath. Police now know that Patey was i n Ybor Cit y fro m 7 :40 p.m Jun e 12th u n ti l a b ou t 3 a.m Jun e 1 3th. T h e GPS s i g n a l was lost near Eas t P a lm Aven u e and 1 0 t h St r eet, l ead in g p olice t o believe t h a t was w h e re h e was pick e d up b y the four susp ects The su s pects are des cribed as a Black male 6 '2" tali in his e a rl y 30s; a 5 '9" Bla ck m a le in his earl y 20s ; a 5 '7' Black male also in his e a rl y 20s, and po s sibl y a femal e driver. The suspect vehicle is described as a 4-docir l ate 1980s or e a rly 1990s cream colored Oldsmobile or Buick. Any one with information is asked to call1-8oo-8 7 3-8477 0 z < ::c 0 fJ) w ::> 1-Six Charged With Selling Illegal DVD ft w > w c w :I: fJ) :::i m ::> D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m w z i= z w fJ) : a: 0 ..J LL he Hillsborough County eriff's Office completed th ir 'Operation Picture Perfect' sting operation Sa rday he sting operation targeted in 'viduals who were allegedly elling illegal copies of just rei ased movies. rested' and charged with un uthorized copying of film we e Ellio Titi, 28; Monica ARNAYE ,, RASHAD ORR WASHINGTON McLaughlin, li]@ii]i]Xi 26; Rashad Orr, 29; A r n a y e lttfi@% : Washington, 20; Justin Caohert, 28, and Harvy Stevens, 32. Deputies HARVY seized 1,500. STEVENS new released movie DVD's. Husband Charged With ordering Estranged Wife T PETERSBURG-On June 19th, St. Police report that ron Stenhouse, 45, ed 9-1-1 and requested nrr1"'' "" respond to his home. said something about a then he put down the hone, leav i ng an open police said. he 9-1-1 operator who ved the call reported ng a male voice talking the background. ....... ., ... .... then came back phone and said some about his wife lying on He then put down the phone again lea vi ng an l<5uf. s pecJki n g jor (813) 248-1921. .

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I 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 July 7, 2009-2:00P.M. P-0228-09 (RM) REPLACEMENT FIELD CAMERAS 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 in 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 Kenneay Blvd 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS H i llsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. JULY 8, 2009@ 2:00 P.M. T-0233-09 (DP) PURCHASE OF TRAILER MOUNTED BOOM ... **** JULY 9, 2009@ 2:00 P.M. P-0225-09 (BM) WEBSENSE UPGRADE **** Some or all of the above bid(s) may have Pre-Bid Conferences. nformation these and other Requests for Bids, along with bid/Proposal. results be accessed via the following : (1) the nter11et or 2) by coming to the Department of Procurement Services office ocated at the address listed below. M i nority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportu ity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to dis rimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to County Board of Commissioners Department of rocurement Services, 601 E Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County enter, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular usiness hours Visit Our Website @ www.flsentinel.com II The Central Hillsborough Healthy Start Project, a program of REACHUP, Inc. announces case management and outreach positions vacancies. Please visit www.reachupincorporated.org to review the position descriptions and application requirements. Application deadline Is June 26, 2009 Bridge Contractor solicits quotes/proposals for all DM/DWBE Subcontractors for all work categories associated with replacement of Old Memorial Highway Over Double Branch Creek Bridge. Call Transportation Structures, Inc. (813) 899-4411 DMIDWBE & EEO/DFWP HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY IFB-371CG Repair of Concrete and Concrete Drive Pavement Areas at Marion Transfer Center (MTC) The Hillsborough Transit Author i ty (HART) will be accepting bids for repairs at Marion Transfer Center (MT C) < The BID doc'u"ments will be available for ab wnload from HART's website at www .go HART .org after 11 :00 A.M. on Monday, June 22, 2009. The documents will be located under the l v Purchasing Section All inqui t ies i pertaining to the specifications or any questions in t'he bid must be directed to: ' Damaris Cordova, Contract Sp ecialist, Hillsborough Transit Authority, 4305 East 21 sl Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605, (813) 449-4659 or e-mail at cordovad@goHART.org. INVITATION TO BID SEMA Construction, Inc. invites all Hillsborough County Certified M/WBE Subcontractors and Suppliers to bid on the following project: Bruce B Downs Widening (Palm Springs Blvd to Pebble Creek Drive) #C-0190-09(JA) Erosion control, import fill, hauling, aggregate supply, earthwork, asphalt pav i ng, dewatering, storm drainage (material supply /installation), landscaping, grassing concrete flatwork, handrail, guardrail, pavement marking, lights/signs/signals/ITS, sanitary sewer pre-stress girders, pre-stress piling, structural steel, class v painting, soil anchors, bridge demo, box culverts, jack & bore Plans and specifications are available for review at our office Please submit your proposal in written form by Thurs.day, July 9, 2009, to SEMA Construction, Inc. 6200 Hazeltine National Drive, Suite 100, Orlando, Florida 32822 All interested parties should contact Estimating at phone : 407-563-7900 and fax all QUOTES to 407-563-7999 Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail Musicians Wanted Keyboard And Guitarists Primary Responsibilities Are To Play Direct And Teach Choirs Salary Negotiable Contact (813) 223-3023 For Appointment HIRING HIRING HIRING Marketing Associates To Work From Home Guaranteed Income And Free Insurance (813) 417-6654 Debora Barr (The Tag Lady) Career Opportunity Reps, Receptionists Telemarketers $375 $8000/Weekly Start +Bonuses! Great Benefits Proven Systems Mainly Inbound Training Provided (727) 656-4545 Brandon Beauty! 1637 Crossridge Dr Brandon,FL 33510 4 Bed.room/2 % Bath ALL NEW! $159K Or: Best Offer Call Cruz Trademarks 813-221-4457 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE c m C/) c }< t... c z m N w N 0 0 CD ., r-0 :!! c )> en m z z m r-I m c: r-r-m z ., c m r-Cii ::J: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ., :!! c

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Apartment For Rent 1 Bedroom/1 Bath From $125 00/Weekly With Electric & Water On Pay Monthly Or Weekly Call (813) 731-1014 $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 I (301 & Fowler) Quiet, Nice Yard & Patio 2/1 W/DH, Winaow Heat And A/C ..... -Water I ricluded 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 uponJMGe. ln Call., 813-975-0258 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 SECTION 8 (2 UNITS) 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartments $825 00/Monthly Includes WSG Non-Smokers Near Everything Call 813-239-6199 1 And 2 Bedroom Apartments Very Clean Tile And Carpet Burglar Bars $550 $650/Monthly Plus/Deposit Call (813) 391-7046 Furnished Rooms or Efficiencies For Rent $550.00-$650. 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes : Water, Lights Cable Internet Washer And Dryer Call (813) 785-1030 Efficiency For Rent Furnished, TV Refrigerator, Microwave AIC, Cable Private Bath Senior Citizens Welcome $135. 00/Weekly $120. 00/Deposit Call (B13) 532-9697 Or (813) 965-5561 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ....... EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT ..... APARTMENTS DUPLEXES ........................... ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN Tampa Heights 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Large Rooms, WDH/A/C $600. 00/Monthly Water Included +Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 Sulphur Springs Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $675.00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit 1 Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 335-0076 Or (813) 885-5226 Tampa Heights New4-Piex 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Ce n tral Heat & Air Extremely Nice $1,050 00/Rent Section 8 Accepted (813) 477-7734 Nice Area Sectio.(l 8 .0nly. 3 Bedr-Goms/1 Bath Receive $1.00. 00 Cash With Signed Lease o Deposit (813) 789-3879 Terrace Area Duplex 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced Yard, CHA Washer & Dryer Included $65000/Monthly Plus Deposit 813-412-5597 10005 North 14th Street Apartment #B (Off Linebaugh) 2/1 Duplex CHA, VVDH Section 8 Welcomed $350.00/Security (813) 986-3205 Or (813) 310-8598 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT EMAIL: ledwards@flsentinel.com Grant Park Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Central Heat/Air Only $600 00/Monthly 3822 N. 54th Street Call (813) 610-4518 Unfurnished 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, Fenced Yard Private Driveway Freshly Painted, Carpet Tile, Conveniently Located Section 8 (813) 866-9827 (813) 516-1669 Section 8 Welcome 3 Bedroom Duplex Clean, A/C, New Paint Tile, W/D Hook-Up 8304 Mulberry Apartment #B $850.00 Section 8 No Deposit (813) 238-6100 Tampa Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Spacious Duplex $800 00/Monthly Newly Renovated Section 8 OK Utilitie s Included Call (813) 477-7734 Park 3413-B 53rd Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath WID Provided Security Bars, $600 00 /Monthly $600 00 Deposit Call 310-922-5957 8721 12th Street Sulphur Springs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $550 00/Monthly WID Hook-up Section 8 Welcome Phone (813) (813) 264-0698 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINELrBULLETIN ADVERTISERS Sentinel Bulletin AVAILABLE AT THESE LOCATIONS CVS Drugs (Tampa & Seffner) 625 W. M.L.K. Jr. Blvd. (TJ 2502 W. Hillsborough Ave. (TJ 5502 E Fowler Ave. (TJ 4001 E Busch Blvd. (TJ 2911 E. Fowler Ave. (TJ 715 W. M .L.K. Jr. Blvd. (S) 2725 N MacDill Ave. (TJ 611 S Howard Ave. (TJ 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. (B) 1247 Kingsway Blvd. (S) 11230 E M.L. K Jr. Blvd. (S) 205 E Alexander St., Plant City 597 S Wheeler St., Plant Cit Wai-Mart (Tampa &Brandon) 949 E Bloomingdale Ave. (B) 2701 E Fletcher Ave. (TJ 11110 Causeway Blvd. (B) 12808 E. Brandon Blvd. (B) 1601 W Kennedy Blvd. (TJ 8885 N f:lorida Ave. (TJ Coin Box Locations HART8 iri Terminals (University,Area) Livingston Ave. (West Tampa) Himes and MLK.Bivd, (East Lake Area) 56th Sireet Orient Jail, Orient Road Fa.lkenburg Jail, Faulkenburg Rd. River Pines .A.pts. 40th Street Centro Place, 21s t Ave./15th St. JL Young Apts. Nebraska/Bird St. Epiphany Arms Apts., Hanna/22nd Univ. Comm. Hosp. 30th/Fletcher St. Joseph Hosp., MLK/Habana Tampa Gen. Hosp. by McDonalds Presbyterian Village-North Blvd.

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