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Celebrating 64 Years In The T(unpa BaJ Area -_.. ..... . SEE STORY ON PAGE 2-A CELEBRATING 40-YEAR TEACHING CAREER Mrs. Jacqueline Wilds celebrated her 40-year teaching career with a ceremony at Greco Middle School and a reception later that evening at her husband's business, Blue Shark in Ybor City. Mrs. Wilds spent 36 of the 40 years at Greco and touched the lives of many. She retired as the head of the English Dept. Mrs. Wilds is shown with family and friends: Judge Lisa Campbell, Dr. Margaret Fisher, Angela Scott, son, Garnell Wilds, Aramis Jackson, grandson, Garnell Wilds, Jr.; honoree Jacqueline Wilds; her husband, George Wilds; Ruby Adams and Jean Collins. (Photography by Brunson) &ovemor WiiiAppt. New Elections Supv. SEE PAGE 7-A New Details About Murder Released SEE PAGE 23-A :city Council Discusses Bid Dispute Process SEE PAGE 6-A &ospellcon To Lead Workshop SEE PAGE2-A

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0) 0 0 N eli N w z ::> ..., w Q w ::1: tJ) :::i m ::) Q, z ..J ..J ::) m ..J w z i= z w tJ) a: 0 ..J u. Features Mother Of Infant Killed In Accident was Newlvwed No one was h app ier th a n Tyi sha Jones w hen sh e and Michelin Jones w e r e m a r r i ed 7 m onths ag o 3 days be f o r e th e birth of her fir s t gi rl and their first child t ogethe r Indira. Mrs. Jones h as three other c hildre n on e of them, Drelin Pittman, 6 Last Frida y Mrs. Jones said she and her husband talked to each other by phone as he was driving home with Indira and Drelin. "We talked for a while, then I stopped by a relative s house for a while before getting back on the road. When he called back later, he said there had been an accident, but couldn t give me any details at that time He was too shook up." According to the Florida Highway Patrol report, the tire separated on the 2005 Ram truck driven by Jones and that caused him to loose control. The vehicle began to spin clockwise after leaving the paved roadway, then overturned at least 3 times before coming to rest in an upright position. -As the vehicle overturned, -Indira, whri was --into her car carrier in the INDIRA JONES right-rear-seat, was ejected from the vehicle. Drelin received minor injuries Both were transported to a local hospital where Indira was pronounced dead. Mrs. Jones said nately, her husband is blam j ng himself for the accident. ""'-"A tire yoq're driving is not something you plan to happeq It's -.---. -not his fault, and thing I'll have to work with. "He talks about Indira pas sionately. She was his first child." Mrs. Jones said Drelin is with family members in Dade City and is doing all right in spite of the traumatic experi ence he was involved in Funeral aq: ai:igeinents a:re still will be handled by :Mi:I:fo.il--Funeral Home of Daae-'Cit) C INTRODUCING RELATIONSHIP SAVINGS It's about time you got rewarded for being you with a Relationship Savings account. Simply use your checking account for needs and interest bonus. on. your: Relationship Savings account. It's that simple. And it's something you deserve. Stop in any Fifth Third Bank location, call1-877-579-5353 or visit 53.com to see what we can do for you. ''"'' :::'/ .. ''{-:. LINDING TODAY -:.;,,,,J,E FOR TOMORROW-''"'' ---m---. -FIFrH THIRD BANK The things we do for dreams: Deposit balanres are insured to the maximum amount by law. Please see www.fdit!ICN for insuraoce roverage. Open a Relationship Saving$ aCCOIJlt with a Afth Third dleckiWJ aanuot or link a new Savings to an active Ftth Third dlecking account and your Relationship Savings aaount wiU receive the Double Interest Bonus ff voo conducted one of the following dlecking activities: One (1) drect deposl of $100.00 or more in two of the wnsecutive four calendar months, at least 1m! of whdl must have been reaived in the pre virus 35 calendar days; or One (1) automatic Fifth Third cfleOOWJ-!o-Afth transfer of $100.00 or more in the 35 days; or any rombination of five (5) or mole of the folowiWJ checkillg activities in the 35 calendar days: Debit card !XIrdlases or PIN); cleared check{s); online and/or telepoone bill Your Afth Third dleckiiY,I a((OIJnt is considered "active bysalislyiog any of the requirements above. An Interest Boii!S {equal to the amount of interest already earned in the previous statement cycle) is paid to the iKCOUnl at the end of your next statement cyde based on the premus 35 calendar dleoong activly.lnterest p.id on days when balance is$250 or more. W your che
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Featgre :c 0 Popular Promoter Credits God With Saving His life During Robberv c... C: z m 1\) ,!1> 1\) 0 0 <.D When local promoter, David ay was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday morning, he had n idea that event s surroun ing the robbery wou ld put him in harm 's way. Accor ing to the Tampa Police de >artment, Gay was at the Tampa Live Night Club ; 2620 E 1st 7th Avenue, Tuesday n orning. Gay said he was t 1ere t o transport someonE t o a doctor' s appointm nt. Th e g u I was tra n sporting s uffers fr m diabetes. I went to the o f 'ice to get hi s prescription nd to get informati o n from the club's owner. "The n an I was there to transport was at the front door g tting some air, because the air conditioning in s id e th club wasn't on. H e had been cleaning up inside the club before that." Gay s id because the man was stan ing with the door open tha 's how the robbers got inside. ''When I went back to the front do r, I was confronted by three guys, two of them with gun They took me back to the of ice area. When we got the e, the safe was already p;>n, they ca;ne in, and rna e me empty my pockets. hey also took items from the >ffice." Gay said if the incident had stayed a simple robbery, he would h ve simply let the police de I with it. "But, hen one of them took ill) cell phone and threatene me and my family, it becam personal. He ran out of th' door after he said that, and went after him. "When I went after the car, all I wanted to do was confront the one who threatened myfamil ." Gay sa d when one of them started sl ooting, he knew he had to retct and that changed his initial plan. "When w:as pursuing them in my car, I rammed them, they dr ve off, and I went after th m again,, ramming their car twice. All that was on my m nd was the fact they had my c 'll phone with all my personal information inside DAVID GAY .... Thanks God and access to m y family." Gay said when he rammed the car the last time, it crashed and they bailed out of the car. "They started shooting at me, and when the shots stopped, I went after the guy that was dong the shooting. I chased him down, caught him and the cell phone he had was ringing. Gay said that's when he took the phone, answered it, and told the guy on the other end to come pick him up. "He asked me how much money did we get, and I told him we got it all and to come get me. When he arrived, police were on the scene and arrested him." Gay said he's glad he wasn't hurt, and although he was robbed, he's glad the guys didn't get into a shootout with the police. ''I'm glad the police didn't have to shoot them. I feel bad for their families. What they did was thoughtless and stupid. "At the time, I didn't realize how many people saw me running after these guys. I want to thank all the people who helped me catch them. I thank them from the bottom of my heart. I don'Lknow any of them and we've never met. I also want to thank the man who delivers ice to the club for pi1ching to help catch them." Gay said when the gunman was firing shots at him, the Robbers Caught: CURTIS MARSH shooter was only about 15 feet away "None of the bullets hit me or m y car. That was God watching over me. I give God all the praise and tha nks. He JOSHUA WALKER DAVONITAE DAVIS was watching over me that day, and if you believe in God, things will always turn out alright." Police arrested all four suspects and charged them with MICHAEL WILLIAMS armed robbery with a firearm and conspiracy. They are Curtis Marsh, 17; Joshua Walker, 20; Davonttae "T1 r Davis, 16 and Michael 0 Williams, 30. :C c )> (J) m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z ""C c:: lXI r-cn :::t m c m < m :c < -f c: m (J) c )> z c "T1 :c 0 C) m Co) I )>

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Editorials & Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202 140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Publi shed Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL. BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co Member of National Newspaper Publ i shers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publ isher s I nc New YOtk. 1990 94 CP T i melntemational POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O Box 3363 Tempe FL 33601 Periodical Post"98 Paid At Tampa Fl W.W. Andrews 1874 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901n (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PAESIDENTICONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Months Both Editions : $87. oo-Per Year Both Editions on edilorleJ ptgeS ot this Cclumnisls Wrilels, do not nece5Hrily re11ec:t .,. edilorilll ot The Florlde Semlnel 8ullelln or .,. Publisher I Farewell To Phillis Don't let our color fool you. We are not simply a newspaper for Black people. We are a newspaper for all people. And as such, we reserve the right and the reason to speak on all issues and individuals >-who touch not only the heart of our community, but who 'C have through the years, contributed to the well-spring of 0 our society. Phyllis Busansky has been one such person. Whether you liked her or you didn't, you always knew o where she stood. Hillsborough County's most recent Z Supervisor of Elections, Phyllis Busansky, in another CC life, might well have been named Rocky Balboa, the underdog who gave as good as was given, and who never 0 touched the mat without one helluva fight. Busansky's f3 stamp was on Tampa, Hillsborough County and the State of Florida. And if you ever heard her laugh, or saw t-her grin, which literally stretched from one ear to the other, or felt the vice-grip of her handshake, you would W know why former supervisor of election'S' Buddy [ij Johnson had no recourse, but to lose his last campaign. o Ms. Busansky was, if anyone had ever been, a product W of political America. She lived it, slept it, and ate it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Her family realized her ::::i passion for public service and became part of her per: ID sonal express. Her laughter is no longer with us. H recent death was untimely and painfully z Phyllis Busansky with the mile-wide smile, we're gonna j: missyou! w ..I ..I ID .!. w z w tn c( 0 a: 0 ..I u. cancer Research Is Back Again C ongratulations and a hearty you" are in order to the University of South Florida and to the Moffitt Cancer Center for landing a million grant to study health disparities in Black people and Hispanic women. Funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH), the five-year grant is one of 50 national grants which will be used to create National Centers on Minority Health and Health Disparities. We are both pleased and excited that national attention and funding are being given to. study the disproportionate rates of prostate cancer in Black men and breast cancer in Black and Hispanic women. Here locally, we have forums on these issues. In addition, workshops haye been held regarding the high incidence of cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and kidney failure among Blacks. In fact, we have written many editorials regarding the high rate.s and late diagnoses of these diseases among Blacks and Hispanics. "Black men are 71 percent more likely to develop prostate cancer than white men in Florida," and are "three times more likely to die from the disease," prostate cancer has become a personal family matter for many of our readers. And Black women "are more likely to be diagnosed with late-stage breast cancer;" and 30 percent of them die from the disease, breast cancer is a constant nemesis c( in the Black community. So again, we say to the University of South Florida and Moffitt Cancer Center, w "Bravo and thank you!" May your renewed research lead CJ to needed cures for all prostate and breast cancer victims. Will We Ever Recoveril L ocal government offi cials are scurrying to find ways to maintain employees during this recession. Most are hoping that the country will begin. a recovery process soon. 1 1 Many experts feel thatthis recession will be around for a while. Of course, President Barack Obama is doing everything humanly possible to turn the economy around, ranging from encouraging people to buy American made products to his stimulus package The problem is, it took sev eral years for the economy to completely tumble into despair and it will take just as long, if not longer for it to turn around. Meanwhile, we continue to hear local officials talking about the budgets and how many jobs may be lost by September 30th when the fiscal year ends. In the past, if budget cuts resulted in job loss, those with seniority usually didn't have to worry. But those days are gone because officials are eliminating entire divisions and longevity no longer offers a safety net for employment People are afraid because we've never been here before. It the past jobs were lost, but after a few years the begin nings of a recovery could be seen. That is not the case now. Instead, nearly on a daily basis, we read about another giant company has fallen. No one would have ever thought that General Motors would be in the fix it's in today. No one ever thought that news papers that have been around for over so years would sud denly close their doors But they have and more major companies are proba bly going to collapse before this is over As jobs continue to disappear, the need for assistance grows. And the cost of everything seems to rise on a daily basis We are holding our collective breaths and hoping that the price of gasoline will stabilize At some point, things will turn around, but we can't help but wonder if individual cities will survive or if they will crumble under the strain. Will we ever recover, no one knows A Black Familv On The Titanic: Joseph And Jullenelarochel F or some reason, I was always deeply touched by every version of a movie or documentary about the sinking of the Titanic, the most notorious maritime accident in the world. However, there was never any indication or reference to a Black famj}y being on the ship which sank on April 14, 1912, after hitting an iceberg in the Northern Atlantic Sea So for most of our lives many Blacks never even knew that there were Black people on the maiden voyage of the Titanic. 1 Exactly nine years ago, the June c2000 issue of Ebony magazine featured a story titled "What Happened to the Only Black Family on the Titanic?" after the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, and the Titanic Historical Society featured the information in an exhibit on the Titanic. Indeed, the interracial family of Joseph Philippe Lemercier Laroche, which included his pregnant wife, Juliette Lafarque Laroche and their daughters, Louise and Simonne, had boarded the Titanic with second-class reservations. Laroche was a Haitian native and his wife was French. No doubt, many of our Haitian brothers and sisters have known about the Laroche family, for genera tions. Born in Cap Haitien, Haiti in 1886, Laroche was a member of the president of Haiti's family (Dessalines M. Cincinatus Leconte). Laroche left Haiti at age 15, to study engineering in France. According to Encyclopedia Titanica, racial discrimination prevented Joseph from obtaining a high-paying job in France, even though he had an engineering degree. With a wife and two children to take care of, Laroche and his family decided to move to Haiti. Sources state that tic kets for the trip on the ship La France were given to the Laroche family as a "wel come home" gift by Joseph's mother. However, "because of La France's strict policy regarding children," the Laroches transferred their booking to the Titanic s sec ond class Believed to be the only Black family on the Titanic Laroche made sure his wife and children were loaded onto a lifeboat after the ship struck the iceberg. Laroche died when the ship sank, though his body was never found. Luckily when Juliette Laroche and her children reached New York City they received medical attention and assistance with mon e y clothes, food and housing from philanthropist Hugh Kelly. After returning home to France to live with her father, Juliette gave birth to a son Joseph Lemercier Laroche, Jr., who was said to look exactly like his father. Six years (1918) after the Titanic sank, the shipping company paid Juliette Laroche and her family a $22,119 ($254,374, in today's mon e yj'settlement. She used the money to open a home based fabric dyeing business to support her family She lived out the rest of her life in France In 1980, Juliette Laroche died.

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Should We Take Action In lranil ell, he finally said it. After hours and days of Conservative ling, personal obser'va ti n and historical souls arching, President B rack Obama finally de a statement about the ion in Iran. As alwa y s, his comments r e well-ordered specific ught-provoking and pretable. This is wha t h e sa id I am app a lled and outraged the deaths and intimidain Tehran's streets." When probed as to ether or not his words re the result of Republican adding, President responded, "No iron is strong enough to shut the world from bearing ness to peaceful protests injustice." Our president other things to say (l.bout bloody streets of Tehran the growing list of mar who have fallen there. But as the world listened President Obama's s, surely a feeling of deja crept into the minds of ny Americans. And the red, professorial voice Obama began to take on 11 deeper, more ec lesiastical baritone, at le st in our minds. And a other man spoke from century. And we rec-ized that man's voice, e place was not Tehran, Birmingham The goons o waded into crowds of ceful protestors were not nian Revolutionary rdsmen, but were badge' ng Birmingham police wielding billy-dubs and nation endured to bring about a greater union of equality and one-ness m a de us stop, and perhaps, even weep at the similarities between us in the 196o s and Tehran in the year 2009. But for some unfathomable reason, we w ell-heeled Ameri cans s e ldom see ourse lves in the pain and strug gle of others, whose faces are dark or who s e language is not Engli s h For some unknown or unspoken reason we do not see ourselves in the great revolutionary upheavals that sprout like flowers in a field, around the world. When a lone Chinese citizen stopped a phalanx of armored tanks in Tiananmen Square, we did not see Crispus Attucks When the young Iranian woman, Neda was gunned down by a nameless assassin on a street in Tehran, we did not recognize the assassin as the same one who shot Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As we stared via modern technology, into Neda's sightless eyes and her blood spewing mouth. We did not recall the untelevised slaying of civil rights worker Viola Liuzo. Indeed, I don t know what it is about us Americans who, for the most part, tend not to recognize the one thing other than jazz, football, blues or rock n' roll we have exported around the world. And that one thing is the love of Liberty and the dogged determination to pos sess it, by any means neces sary! From Thomas Paine to Malcom X; from Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; from Patrick Henry to Harriet Tubman, we have echoed these universal words, "GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVRME DEATH!" -is there any doubt what America's stance must be regarding Iran? Who do you -think gave Iranian peace marchers their strategy? Read The Preamble to the Declaration of Independence. Read Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail!" Then you will have the answer as to what action America should take in Iran. We are already there! "Tl JJ 'c z m A Stolen Electionil Sounds Familiaril The country of Iran recently held a presidential election. A large number of the Iranian people believe the election was unfair and have taken to the streets to demonstrate their displeasure with the election. The reigning government has resorted to violence and bru tality in an effort to get the election thrown out. Th e Unit e d States President h a s condemned the violence and the government's attempt to silence the Irani a n people. In the sam e breathe, the pres ident has be e n careful to not be s ee n m eddling into the Irania n election. The president realizes that when it's all over he will have to work with whomever the president is. By the same token, the United States would not want Iran meddling in one of its pr-esidential elections. The Republicans and conservative talk show hos t s and hostesses say President Obama is being too timid, too weak, and not tough enough on the Iranian government They have even said the election was stolen. Stolen? Hmmm! Stolen election does that sound familiar? The United States should be familiar with stolen elections. I seem to remember a presidential election that took place right here in the U. S. back in 2004. The two candi dates were George W. Bush and AI Gore. The election was not decided by the voters. As I remember it, that election was declared in the courts . Votes that would have given the election to AI Gore were not counted. The term stolen election hit the head lines. Many Americans were upset, but they did not take to the streets in protest. Instead, we meekly accepted the decision of the courts. You remember that don t you? Even though many Ameri cans thought that the election was and the wrong man wa!l, given the presidency, no foreign country intervened 1!\S I remember. Republican and Conservative talking heads never said a mumbling word Today many of these same talking heads are demanding that President Obama do something about this stolen election in Iran. What do they want Obama to do? Do they want him to make the Iranians change their decision on th e election outcome? Do th e y want the U. S President to declare a win ner make Iran hold another election or as John McCain once said, and paraphrase: "Tl Bomb, Bomb, Iran? r-The U.S. is already fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, 0 and we may end up fighting )> one in North Korea, so we en surely don't need one in Iran. Of course these people ::::! should know plenty about Z m stolen elections. They stole r-one right here in the U.S.A. m President Obama, don t be C ; influenced by these' people. J= Unqerstand that you can't do anything right in their opin-z ions. Stickto your guns c: m r-(i) :::r:: m c m < m l:J -< -1 Summertime Is Here c: m en c T his past Sunday, June 21st, marked the first day of summer. But as far as us native Floridians are concerned, summer started long before that date. Blistering hot temperatures started during the last week of May, and lately we've seen daytime temperatures in the lOOS. On a personal note, it's the humidity that makes it so uncomfortable. When you watch the weather on television, pay close attention to the dew point levels. The higher they are, the more humid the air will be. We are very fickle people. Just last month, we were complaining about all the rain we were getting. Now, we're praying for that rain and for the temperatures to drop along with the humidity. Yes, summertime is here, and that means the beaches and roadways will be full. It also means the temperament of people will be shorter. It's strange how certain criminal acts tend to escalate during the summer. It's also a shame that each year warnings are broadcast for parents to keep an eye on their children near swimming pools, but drownings still occur Motorists are running their air conditioners on high in spite of' the high ga' s -prices. 0 The same is true of their home units. When it's this hot, you can never really get comfortable, and you can never take enough showers. The number of house fires grow during the summer, and although we have had some rain, dry conditions still prevail in some areas Stretched Out On A Blanket In The Sand Kids of all ages digging Disneyland Those are verses from a song by the group, War, called Summertime Is Here. A lot of people write and sing about the summer, but )> for Floridians, it has become Z a way of life. C ., Californians will say they ::z:J can't understand how we can C live in an area prone to hurri-canes and such high humidity. We respond to them by saying earthquakes and mud slides don't exactly make the West C:oast inviting. -M.l.e. ve goUD.. do whatever .:it takes to stay cool and hydrat ed. Drink plenty of water, not sodas or energy drinks, and tep1per your exercise regi.: ments. Take your walks earlier or later to avoid the sun, and wear insolated clothing. Let's get through this sum-' mer. Last but not least, please make sure our elderly resi dents are being taken care of We can t have them sitting at home in sweltering heat and no fans or air conditioning. We have to check on them to make sure they are OK, and C'>make_.sure they have what m they need to sta; cool.

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Page Six Bav Citv . Eiks lodge 268To Host Veterans Workshop Business Owner Addresses Council on Bid Protest Bay City Elks Lodge #268 will hos t it s third Veterans Question and Answer Workshop on Sat urday, June 27, 2009. The workshop will be held 11 a m 2 p. m at the lodge on the cor ner of 29th St and Columbus Dr. (2804 E Columbus Dr.) ANN JENKINS positive impact on the veterans. Every time we conduct these workshops, we learn more about the disabilities that we can file for that we never knew existed During Thursday's City Council meeting, Sable One In vestigations and Security owner, Michael Hadley, ad dressed the Council on the issue of the city's Small Busi ness Ent e rprise Program and the way it h and les the bidding process. Hadley's company was re cently denied a contract with the city, although they were the lowest bidder. In a letter dated April 30, 2009 addressed to Gregory Spearman, Director of Pur chasing for the city, Hadley formerly protests an.d ad dressed the determination of the city's purchasing depart ment to recommend awarding a bid for unarmed security guard services to Diamond De tective Agency. Air Force Retired Technical Sergeant Ann Jenkins is en couraging all veterans who are having problems with the VA and can t get answers to their questions to please attend. Sen ior Benefit Advocate, Ramon Bruce and L. Ferguson, Jr., Hospital Service Coordinator of Disabled Veterans Services are expected to be in attendance. Also invited have been Dr. Kinsler, a licensed Psychologist and Clinical Social Worker; and Dr. Kevin T. White, the new Chief of Spinal Cord Injury in C charge of the Michael Bilia: rakis Spinal Cord Injury CenLL ter. She credits Exalted Ruler Elgin Franklin and Daughter Ruler Ernestine Hicks for allowing the veterans to use the Elks Lodge for the work shops They encourage veterans to come with their papenvork for the A representatives "When the bids were first sent out, our response con tained more information than required, yet we didn't get the contract I filed a bid protest and on June 2, 2009, I sent another letter to Spearman's office notifying him of an ad dendum to the bid protest." C Ms. Jenkins, who is also a disabled veteran, says the community workshops have had a If there is additional informa-: tion needed, please contact Daughter Jenkins at (813) 770-3411. w 1-> a: w > w c w :::1: en ::i CD a. z i= w ...J ...J CD I ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL
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., ::::0 0 election Of New Elections Supervisor Rests With Governor Crist E yllis Busansky was Hillsborough County' s rvisor Of Elections in mber 2008 to replace Johnson. One of her duti e s was initiating an stigation into alleged es that occu rred in St Augustine. to Hillsborough ,,,.,..,,.,,.e .... ,. Of Elections Office Sigrid ore, she was with ....... .,l", .. ... .r before she went to about 8 p m. or 9 p m Busansky was not plaining of any pain. n she didn't respond to calls Tuesday morning not showing up to the renee meetings, hotel c:.Ptnrt" went to check on her fou,nd, her dead, aUJIUU"""" said. She was 72. funeral service fo r will be held toda y ay) at 11 a.m. Schaarai Zedek, West Swann Avenue. Charlie Crist days to appoint an im Sup.ervisor Of ons to serve from novi 2010. illsborough County missioner, Rose Ferlita. said the interim per serve until the next ion as an Interim r Of Elections to rnor Crist. For the elections, to regular procedures and run for that office." been reported that Goudreau, a tnr,....;,,,. Tampa Tribune edito editor, will apply for nt,Prl1m position. Manage your finances like you manage your life: effortlessly. Everyday solutions are beautiful in their simplicity. They don't add steps-they just make things happen in the least complicated way possible. Which is why SunTrust helps streamline your finances. Manage your money in less time with fewer fees and without the fear of identity theft. To switch to a Sun Trust checking account, call 800.SUHTRUST, visit suntrust.com/solid or stop by a branch near you. Live Solid. Sank Solid. One Equifax Credit Watch"' Silver for one person per account with Signature Advantage Checking or Solid Choice Checking Additional Equifax Credit Watch products available at a discount for all checking account holders Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC Sun Trust Banks, Inc SunTrust is a federally registered service mark of Sun Trust Banks, Inc Live Solid Bank Solid is a service mark of SunTrust Banks, Inc z m 1\.) 1\.) 0 0 CD ., r 0 0 )> tn m z ::! z m r I m c: r r !:!l z "'D c: m r u; :r: m 0 m < m -f c: m en c )> z c "TT :D 6

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C1) 0 0 N tO N w z ::::> ...., 0 a: u.. 0 a: u.. 0 z <( 0 en w .... > a: w > w 0 w :::1: Jl) :::i m a. z tu ...J ...J m ...J w z t= z w en <( 0 i:t 0 ...J u.. <( I CIO w (!) Musical Program ** 2ft 2109 3 DON Hill HOUNESS CHURCH 821 E. nora a Tampa, 33604 PASTOR BISHOP MCCRAY On Program: Ul D. And The Spiritual Revelation, Gainesville Avon Paric: Choir* Holy Outreach Choir* Janice Holder, Vanessa Louis, Orlando Northside M. B. Church Choir #2, Cl'e{ltlve Dance Group Thomas & Mable Deliverance Family, ... aauvtu ., , :::::=: Traveling Stars *Wanda & The Goldenaires Prayer. Monday-Friday, 12 noon Everyone's lnvruwtt For more call Bro. Charles Robinson @ Schedule Of Services Tuesday -Biblical Workshop 7:30 P.M. Friday-Testimony & Spiritual 7:30P.M. Saturday -Sabbath School I Sabbath Service I :30 P.M. 81 I E. 13 I st Ave. Tampa, Florida 33612 9n-3222 Church 481-2204 Church Adm;.,,;c:tr.,.tn,rl FAITH TEMPLE M. B. CHURCH 2916 Orient Road Tampa, FL 3361? Rev. Eric E. Campbell, Pastorffeacher Please Join Us In Our 1st Annual Shepherd Care Ministry Service June 28, 2009 @ 4:00 P.M. Carolee Washington, Ministry Leader Theme: Faithful Servant Of'Cod Romans 12: 1-8 Guest Church, Shiloh M. B. Church Mulberry, Florida Rev. Lonnie Mills, Pastorffeacher m .. -Women 4 P.M. Inspirational Words: Jasmine "Bishop" Roe Speaker: Missionary Carrie Walker Williams, College Hill C.O.G.I.C., Tampa Social Event Tampa Chapter Of The links, Inc. Wins Top Youth Programming At Southern Area Conference Tampa Chapter Vice President, Ruth Bell, left, and Services to Youth facet chair, Sonja W. Garcia accepted the youth programming award on behalf of the Tampa Chapter. Tampa Links also attending were: Dr. Juel Smith and Margarette Spears. Tampa chapter of Links members who attended the conference were: Dr. Mimi Stamps, Teresa Brown, Sonja Garcia, Ruth D. Bell, Verneka Rhodes, Patsy Greene, Evelyn Bethune and Patricia Miles. JACKSONVILLE, FL The Tampa (FL) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated received top honors for its youth pro grams at Sheehy Elementary and Van Buren Middle schools at the 40th Southern Area Conference held May 12-16 at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront. The Tampa chapter won best programming in the "Services to Youth" category for its mentoring program with the Royal Jewels of Sheehy and the Radiant Jewels at Van Buren. In addition to field trips, the young ladies met with Links' members throughout the school year to discuss topics such as etiquette, nutrition, friendship cultural and global awareness; were treated to a mother/daughter tea; and participated in the annual African-American Rea d-In. Winning the award serves as a testament that the Tampa chapter is committed to addressing the educational and social needs of the chil dren in our community," said Sonja Garcia, who has chaired the youth program for the past four years. "Our hope is that these young ladies come away with lessons learned that will serve them for a lifetime More than 8oo conference attendees from Florida Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina participated in plenary sessions, workshops, chapter exhibits and social events. Among the week's hi&_hlights were the ribbon cutting of a new urban walking trail made possible by a $1.6-mil lion partnership between the Bold City (Jacksonville, FL) chapter of The Links and the City of Jacksonville; the inau gural meeting of the Southern Area Commission of Childhood Obesity Prevention; and the civic lun cheon, which honored several distinguished community leaders. The Links, Incorporated, founded in 1946, is one of the oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons ,, of African ancestry. The 1: inks, Inc has a membership of over 12,000 professiona l of color serving in 273 d i -apters in 42 states, the District of Columbia, Germany, South Africa and the Bahamas. Through its philantluopic arm, The Link s Foundation, Inco_rporated, the organization has .contributed more than $22 mil lion dollars to charitable causes its founding. In 2006, members contributed more than soo,ooo documented hours of harids-on service hours to assist communities throughout the United States, Africa and in developing countries

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Local Mt Pleasant Middle School Prom The young people at Mt. Pleasant Standard-Based Middle School en j oyed their prom just before the break for summer. The young ladies were elegantly dressed and the young men were hand some in their shirts and ties. Proud teachers and administrators were on hand to support the youth. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Teachers in attendance were R. Niles, M. Wynn, D. Williams, T. Williams, Y. Waitress, Principal; J. Parker-Brown, R. Moorer and M. Jerome. Proud young men who attended the prom were: kneeling, Emes Staten, William Bans, O'Shaun Young and Devin Standing, Aaron Peoples, Turban Johnson, metrius Adams, Joshua Bell, Rhaquille Bostic and Billie derson. DJ Jazz provided the music during the 8th grade prom at Mt. Pleasant Middle School. Bible-Based FellowshiP Church To Host Conference And Praise Concen Young Adults Living Eternally (YALE) of Bible-Based Fellowship Church -n ::JJ c c.. c: z m 1\) 0) 1\) 0 0 CD The Bible -Based Fellowship Young Adult Ministry Carrollwood invites young adults of the Bay Area (1839) to the Inaugural YALE Conference and New Gener_ation of Praise Concert this Friday, June 26th through Sunday, June 28th. Bible-Based will be on fire with young adults, sharing .their thoughts, con cerns and testimonies. The Rev. Kerwin B. Lee, Senior Pastor of the Berean -n Christian Church, will be 6 the keynote speaker. :!! For more info, please call g Stacy -404.394.2873 or Natalie-813 785.8495. The event will kick-off at 6 p. m on Friday and wrap up at Sunday's 10 a. m. fellowship service. Rev. Dr. Arthur T. Jones i s the Senior Pastor. For BROTHER JOE ECHOLS 4th Sunday June 28, 200 9 4:00P.M. Please Join Us In This Of Celebration Bl@ MEiS'$ I>.l\1' RR<>GIDBf June 28th Sunday ill :00 .A.M. Morning Service Pastor Willie Henderson Mt. Sinai Holiness Church "'216 E. Chelsea Featuring: Give-A-Way (Red Lobster Tickets For 2) I For The Person Who Brings The Most Friends & Family. Also Give-A-Way Door Prizes, Gospel Groups Will Be There & A Speacial Guest Speaker. Program Sponsor SISTER MARY BLAKE z -t z m r;lll c: r r-m ::1 z c: Ill r-c;; :::t m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c )> z c -n ::JJ 6

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Ol 0 0 N !D. N w z :::::1 ""') c a: u.. c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w :::) 1-> a: w > w c w :X: CJ) :;Ill :::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::) Ill I ...J w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ...1 LL. <( I 0 ,.. w etirement Celebration r Willie D. Williams, Jr. retirement celebration for Willie D. Williams, Jr. was May 30th at the Embassy Suites Hote L Williams after 18 years with Portland Cement and 21 years Yuengling Brewery. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Keynote Speaker: SHERYL BRADY Durham, North Carolina The Missionary Board Celebrating 37 Years Of Service ; t Missionary Kay Glenn, President Elder Charles Davis, Pastor . -. . r Sponsored By r" The United Gospel Singers : i'"' r Saturday, June 27,2009 7 P.M. ew Mt. Silla Missionary Baptist Church 5702 East 32nd Avenue TamJ!a, Florida 33610 Rev. Felix Walters, 'Pastor All Jackie Wilds Retires From Hillsborough School DiStrict Mrs. Jacqueline Wilds ended h e r career of 40 years with the School District of Hillsborough County. A retirement ceremony was held at her school, Greco Middle School, where she has taught for 36 years. A retirement celebration followed later the same evening at her husband's (George Wilds) business, Blue Shark in Ybor City. Mrs. Wilds, wh9 is active in several comm,unity organizations and her church, Tyer Temple UM Church, said she will have the opportunity to travel more, take extended trips, time with the family and get in some relaxation. (Photography by Brunson) Bobby Wilds, brother-in-law of the honoree, assisted with details for the celebration. Retiree Jacqueline Wilds with her husband, George Lejoan Franklin and Ora Chester at the retirement celebration for Jackie Wilds. Collins, Susan Shoemake and Rebekah Salter at.the retirement celebration for Jackie Wilds First Baptist Church Of Lincoln Gardens 4025 W. Palmetto Street Rev. A W. Greene, Pastor (813} 879-1351 Theme: "Step Up To Ufe"-John 10:10 Sunday, June 28,2009 11:00A.M. Guest Speaker: JASON HARRIS Honoring Graduates And Honor Students We Look FotwatrJ To Seeing You There! Steven Oats, Youth Sis.

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Local Gala Celebrates Legacv Of Black Lawvers In Florida BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Blacks in Florida have a rich history of contributions in var ious professions. One of those fields is in the practice of law However, until now, no one has taken the opportunity to compile accomplishments of Black lawyers into a single ref erence. However on Saturday ; June 27th, members of the legal community will gather in Or lando for Florida's First Black Lawyers Legacy Gala. During the event at the Orlando World Center Resort, a book chroni cling the history of Black lawyers in the state will be re vealed. The book is the brainchild of Florida Chief Justice Peggy Quince, the first African American to serve in this ca pacity Shortly after becoming the Chief Justice, she an nounced plans to create the JUSTICE PEGGY QUINCE ... Chief Justice, Florida Supreme Court project. She selected Attorney Rachelle Munson, President of the Virgil Hawkins Florida Chapter National Bar Associa tion (VHFCNBA) and Judge June McKinney to spear head the project. The finished product offers information on individuals such as John :Wallace, a for mer slave who became an at torney in 1874, and Charles Wilson, Sr., who was vice president and general counsel of Jim Wa lter Home s The book also pays tribute to others in Florida such as Senator Arthenia Joyner, who with a 39-year career has prac ticed law longer than any other Black woman in the state; re tired Judge Thomas Stringer was the first African American to graduate from Stetson School of Law in 1974; and others from Hillsborough County including Francisco A. Rodriguez, William A. Fordham, S. J. Kenneth Rogers, Delano S. Stewart, Warren Hope Dawson, Judge Perry A. Little, T. Carlton Richardson, the late Judge George Edgecomb, Kaydell 0. WrightDouglas, Judge Charles R. Wilson, Theodore N. Taylor, Nathaniel Tindall, and Robert B. Morrison, Jr., among others. For additional information on the gala visit the website at www.vhfcnba.org. Familv Feels Justice Denied In Athlete's Sentence For.DUI Manslaughter BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter However, the outcome was the same when he was re-sen .f:' tenced to 15 years in prison brt;: Happv Father's oav MR. JACKSON Happy Father's Day to my sons, Maurice, Alex, Rnd my husband, Bo Jack, from Mrs. Sherly Jackson. Haoov Father's oav THE JACKSONS Sadly missed on this Fa-ther's Day. No matter where our paths may wind, those childhood days we left behind are within my heart and mind, as I remember you. You're a wonderful husband and a friend to me and a wonderful father to your family. Maurice, I'm with you through thick and thin. Just 'cause they gave you 10, Mrs. Jackson is with you to the end. May 30, 2009. "We'retryingtoseewhatwe .St. MO. t th.ew On Jufy 25, 2005, former ampa Bay Bandit Darion onner was sentenced to 15 ears in prison on a charge of UI manslaughter. Conner eportedly caused the death of onathon Conklin by drivng impaired and striking him ith his vehicle. Family members don't <;leny he accident occurred, but say he facts of the accident were sted and fabricated for the ake of the victim's family "What's the 4ifference be een what my brother did and hat Jennifer Porter and onte Stallworth did," said sham Conner? "Porter got no time, and tallworth was sentenced to e1;s than a month in jail. They ad clear-cut evidence in those ases, but not in the case of my rother. "My brother did not get a air trial. When you look at hat's happened in similar ases his sentencing was unjust nd excessive." Isham Conner said the of leers screwed up the investiga ion and couldn't prove where he accident occurred. "According to court records, e witness said they didn : t ac ually Darion hit some ne. DARION CONNER Serving 15 Year Sentence For DUI Manslaughter "What really shocked us was when the judge said it was my brothers' intent to kill Conklin. He made it sound as if Darion sat at home, thought about killing Conklin, then got in his car and sought him out. He never met the man be fore in his life, so how could he planned this?" Conner filed an appeal and was successful in getting his case back into court. The two issues behind the appeal were: "whether the trial court erred when it permitted opinion tes. timony from law enforcement stating that Darion's impair ment caused Conklin's death," and "whether the trial court erred in admitting the photograph of Conklin lying in the bike lane solely to show where the body ultimately landed, We contend the photo graph was not relevant to the elements of the case." can do to get his sentence over-a C D C Ill turned,'' said Isham. "We've been told we can't hire a private attorney and that a public defender will repre sent him. Since he's already sentenced, why would he need a public defender?" Isham said they hired someone to reconstruct the ac cident scene, and everyone left with a perspective. W 2 think new light has been shed on the entire inci dent. "Inconsistencies With wit ness statements and other fac tors have motivated lll? to make sure-justice prevails. J:he state never proved their: position and Darion was convicted based on inconsistent testimony." Isham points to the fact that on the night of the acci dent, the officer at. the scene didn't write Darion a ticket or citation. "He actually asked Darion if he needed a ride home But when the insurance companies and Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) got involved, things switched around and in the end, Darion was charged and convicted. "Quality Care When You Are Not There" 3716 E. Lake Ave. (East Tampa) Ph&ll: 813&21 J:llee. 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O'l 0 0 C\1 tO C\1 w z :::> ...., 0 cr. u. 0 cr. u. c z <( 0 (/) w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w :::1: (/) :::l m ::> a. z tu ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z i= z w (/) o<( c a: 0 ...J u. o<( I C\1 ..... Women Create Realitv From A Dream BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Pat and Miss Tre have th b een involved in some rm of entertainment for ars. Yet, both women felt was so much more that uld be done, especially in "I was searching for some more diverse. My vision to open the eyes of every to accept all the talent we give that talent an outand even more important, 'f-'A'f>" u ..... vision resultea in a cre n she and Miss Tre call Both ladies said there are so levels of the entertainent industry that can be n advantage of. "We want to travel all over MODELS AND STAFF OF ALLURE the country and show every one what Allure is all about," said Pat. We want to market Allure everywhere, and we want the talent to come from everywhere." Pat said their bigge s t chal lenge is getting others to see their vision and step out on faith. Miss Tre said she's been involved with the music industry for a long time as a promoter and talent scout. She's also had a company in Polk County. "Now, I'm venturing into another aspect of the entertainment industry." "Pat and I are business partners in Allure and because I am a past performer, I can look at it more from an inside perspective and identify the talent. I will also have a hand in the actual production aspects of Allure. I've done some modeling COLLEGE lllLL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 6414 NORTH 30TH STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND ANI) SATUIU>AY, JUNE 27, 2009 9AM-1PM Information about: Credit and Finance Interviewing Skills Nutrition and Good Food Choices And More! Presenters: Ms. Pamela Bush Mr. Wayne Forde Dr. Mary Keith, Ph.D. Mr. Jayson Jones, Massage Therapist This event is free and open to all Sponsored by the Business and Professional Women Sister Darlene Davis, PresidentBusiness and Professional Women Elder Charles Davis, Pastor (Exotic Elegan ce ) and gained great experien ce in the fash ion industry." This summer, Pat a nd Miss Tre are go ing to introduce new talent, new f a shions, and promote the hot artists that have joined them to help them make Allur e possible. On Friday, July 3rd from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Comfort Inn, 820 East Busch Boulevard, the ladies will pre .sent the "Rip The Bay Hair And Fashion Affair. Housing Help _.kshop Florida's Chief Financial Officer, Alex Sink has put together a Financial Action Team to assist with families who are facing foreclosure at a housing workshop The Housing Help Workshop will be held Saturday, June 27, 2009 at the University Area Community Development Center, 14013, N. 22nd St., 10 a. m. -2 p. m. Lenders and HUD Certified counselors will review possi ble solutions to foreclosure with homeowners. There will be special sp e ak ers to include Bill Sanchez, Tampa Bay Community Development Corporation; Joey Henderson, Credit Union Housing Partners; Jody Jenkins, Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc.; Brandi Byrne, IRS; David Fierke, Dept. of Financial Services; Elvin Torres, Fannie Mae; and Sharon West, City of Tampa Housing and Community Development. There will also be several vendors, financial lenders and other agencies on hand to offer assistance In The Spotlight SEVDA It's summertime, the temperatures are hot and so is week's Spotlight feature, Sevda. This young lady knows how to cool off during the balmy days of summer and has no prob lem inviting her friends to come along. Sevda is an up and coming celebrity that everyone will be hearing about in the near future. But don't think for one minute there. isn't a serious side to this young lady. She's very intelligent and has definite goals set in life and plans to achieve them all. Sevda enjoys the company of a man who is respectful, handsome self-sufficient and understanding. Congratulations to Sevda as this week's Spotlight feature. NCB W Gourmet Gents: oo ;4. Cufinary Panfare 2009 Scholarship Fum/raiser Presented by : Tlte Tampa Bay Chapter oftlte National Coalition '!(I 00 Black Women Inc. Sunday, June 28, 2009 2:00pm-5:00pm Hig g ins Hall at St. Lawr e nce Parrislt 5225 Himes Avenue Tampa, FL 33614 O ver 100 men from in anti arnund the Tampa Bay Area Serving their best just for you! : Chic k en. fle e r Pork, Lamb : S oul rood ! G o urmet Del i<:acics ! Dessc11s Pies. : And Mu c h Muc h !\ lo re .. Bring .vour family & enjo. v a relaxing fun afternoon meeting. anti Tickets a r e SJO You m a y pu rchasl.' th e m from a ny Chapte r \ \ rlcmbc r or Via e-mail a t Children's Tickets (u p to age 1 2 ) SJO at the door only Ti c ket s can be purchased at the door or C oli Dec Merrittllell: 382-0531 IC.w more inf(lmlati{Hl

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All A ut You AMISHA r has gone b y Happ y 20th birthda y MiMi. ing you Grandma Mary. n' Older And Wiser GEN And like vintage wine, I get finer as l age. I will be celebrat ing my goldlen birthday on June 27th, where I'll be turning 27 years old. Happy birjthday to me! Loo Who's.Turninu 4;1 Happy bi hday to Jeremiah Woods, who'll be celebrating his 4th birthday tomorrow with family and friends at Walt Disney Worl Birthday "shes are extended to you: from your mommie, Marissa; our daddy, Peanut; your brother, Lomont; Grandma ena; and Pop-Pop James. Local 88th Binhdav Celebrated Mother Lillie Mae Williams cel ebra t e d h er 88th birthda y r e centl y s urr o und e d by famil y and frie nds. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) Birthday honoree, Mother Lillie Mae Williams is surrounded by some of her family members: Vivian Harris, David Bostick, Eugene Harris, Betty Harris, Sylvester Harris, Evelyn Davis and Melvin Davis. Not shown, Voncile Bostick and Glendra Bostick. Mother Williams' pastor, Bishop Matthew Williams was at the party to wish her a happy birthday. ''1he \1:.oice Our Conununitv Sj.>eaking for (813) 248-1921 Birthday honoree, Mother Lillie Mae Williams, center, is shown with longtime friends, Mother Thurman and Mother Alberta Baker. (813) 254-4916 ForA// Your Photography And Video Production Needs Email: d.burgess3@verizon.net Web: burgessweddingphotos.com From a dictionary: Any time redacts or alters a medium\ it is censorship. Wliether or not It Is legal depends upon who did t and why. When a TV or radio station prohibits the content of a commercial, or program which is not a message to overthrow the government, or child pornography, it is Check arourtd, every program that may contain content that station ownership or print medium ownership is not in agreement to, has a disclaimer run before the program and after, which relieves the responsibility of the company running the ad or program. Michelle Patty has been an integral part of the Tampa Bay area, for years. She has stood for good solid principle and the growth in a positive way for the people in this city. Michelle Patty has helped a lot of people become better off as the results of her efforts to help people. I have seen first hand, people flood to Ms. Patty, because many of them had nowhere else to tum. She has been a pillar in the Bay area, and many politicians, as you know reach out to Ms. Pat\y, because of her Influence. The recent situation with Michelle Patty has been a slap in the face to the people who need Michelle Patty, when they are in trouble For the years that I have been in Tampa, I have never heard negative comments about Michelle Patty. I have known her to be strong, positive and forthright. 11lave experienced her honesty, and I know for a fact, she has helped people when they have met with troubled times. To put a hand around Michelle Patty's mouth, is closing the door to a lot of people's tomorrow. Michelle Patty is not wrong, she is so very right and probably why, people are trying to stop her. Maybe you should take a closer look at some of them. Lynn Tolliver, Jr-PdAdv. ... ,,. ... ::n c c... c z m 1\) 0) 1\) 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 ::n c )> (J) m z :::! z m r;m c: r rm :::! z c: m r-Cii ::J: m c m < m c m CJ) c )> z c "T1 ::n c

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(1) Sports (0 C\1 w z ::l ""';) c a: u. c a: LL c z < c en w :::J 1-w > w c w :::c en :::::l m :::J D.. z t= w ..J ..J :::J m ..:. w z t= z w en a: 0 ..J LL Bucs' Rookie Contends For Staner Tampa Bay Buccaneer rookie and first round draft pick, Josh Freeman was drafted as the Bucs quarter back of the future. Veterans Byron Leftwich and Luke McCowan was supposed to hold down the starting position until Josh was ready. Right now, things are chang ing. Freeman is currently in the thick of the race for the starting quarterback posi-tion. I know starting spots are not won in mini-camps but Freeman has been making a big impression on his coaches and his teammates. It appears that young Mr. Freeman is getting comfort able with the Bucs offense. Josh may well be on his way to being the quarterback of now. Obama To Throw Out First Pitch At 2009 MlB All-Star Game PRESIDENT OBAMA WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama plans to throw out the cere monial first pitch before the Major League Baseball All Star game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on July 14. The White House said on Tuesday that MLB's focus on community service matches with ini tiative this summer, known as United We shve. "The central theme of the 2009 All-Star game is community service, celebntting the extraordinary work.being done by ordinary peqi).ie," MLB Commissioner Bud, Selig said. "We are thrilled that we can come together with President Obama, who has encouraged a renewed spirit of national service, and illustrate a call to action in our communities. President Obama will continue a great tradition that joins our nation's leader and the national pastime." Obama, a Chicago White Sox fan, will be the fourth president to throw out the first pitch at an All-Star game, following John F. Kennedy (1962 in Washington), Richard Nixon (1970 in Cincinnati) and Gerald Ford (1976 in Philadelphia). Bucs' Earnest Graham Takes The Plunge For Father's Dav Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Earnest Graham, No. 34, races his family down Riptide at Adventure Island Tampa Bay. The Graham family, including niece Monique Faber, and daughter Aiyana, 7, visited Tampa's water park on Friday as part of their Father's Day celebration. Adventure Island is family fun for all ages. Stay and play Friday and Saturday nights during Island Nights, a celebration of the music, food and fun of the islands. For more on Tampa's water park, visit Adventureisland.com. (Photo by Jason Collier/Busch Gardens Tampa Bay) Chiefs To Retire Thomas' No. 58 DERRICK THOMAS KANSAS CI'IY, Mo.--The Kansas City Chiefs will retire the number of the late Hall of Fame linebacker Derrick Thomas during a ceremony Dec. 6. Thomas' family will also be presented his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring at halftime of the Chiefs' game against Denver at Arrowhead Stadium. It's fitting that the ceremony will take place as Kansas City faces an AFC West rival whose Hall of Fame quarterback Thomas frequently bedeviled. Thomas sacked Broncos passer John Elway 14 times at Arrowhead. Thomas wore No. 58 during his 11 seasons with the Chiefs. He died in February 2000 of injuries from a car accident. He'll be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Aug. 8 in Canton, Ohio. Glover Retires After 13 NFl Seasons ST. LOUIS --Veteran defensive tackle La'Roi Glover is retiring after 13 NFL seasons. Glover, who turns 35 on July 4, spent the past three seasons with the St. Louis Rams. He was not re-signed following the 2008 season, when he had 30 tackles only one-half sack. He was selected by Oakland in the fifth round of the 1996 draft. After a year with the Raiders, he played five sea sons in New Orleans and four in Dallas before signing with the Rams as a free agent prior to the 2006 season. LA'ROI GLOVER Glover had 627 tackles and 83.5 sacks for his career. He led the NFL with 17 sacks for the Saints in 2000, a rare feat for a defensive tackle. Cornerback Brvant Retires From NFl PITTSBURGH Fernando Bryant, a corner back and former first-round draft pick who played 10 NFL seasons with the Jaguars, Lions and Steelers, is retiring. Bryant started 109 of the 112 NFL games he played,. making seven interceptions and recovering nine fumbles. : Bryant, from Alabama, was the No. 26 overall pick by Jacksonville in 1999 and played five seasons with the Jaguars before signing with the Lions as a free agent in 2004. The 32-year-old Bryant was cut by the Patriots in training camp last year but signed with Pittsburgh on Nov. 11, playing in two regular season games. He was not activated for any FERNANDO BRYANT of the Super Bowl champion Steelers' playoff games. Bryant signed a one-year contract with the Steelers in March after starting corner back Bryant McFadden left to play for Arizona.

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S orts Junior Jordan IJroppinu Basketball For Studies CHAMPAIGN, Ill. chael Jordan's son, will not be playing bas at Illinois next year. The second-year player who walked on with the Illini said Wednesday he plans to focus on his studies. He says he s ready for "life after basketball." Jordan got a scholarship before the 2009 spring sem este r In all, he appeared in 59 career games, totaling 58 points, 42 assists and 24 rebounds. A defensive specialist, Jordan av e raged 8-4 minutes a s a sophomore a fter playing 5-3 minut e s per g am e a s a true fr e shman. Coach Bruce "\Veber says he appreciate d Jordan's work ethic and supports the decision. Nike, Hall Of Fame sued over Michael Jordan line BOSTON, MA --A M ssachusetts company has su d Nike and the Naismith M moria! Basketball Hall of Fa e, claiming it has been cu out of the' sportswear bu iness related to Michael Jordan's upcoming inductio into the Hall of Fame. SportsF.uzion Inc. of W stwood, claims plans by Ni e and the Hall of Fame for a I ne of Jordan sportswear vi late a contract S ortsFuzion says gave it exclusive licensing rights to the Hall of Fame's logos, trademarks, designs and photos for use in sportswear. Nike is expected to release its Air Jordan Hall of Fame collection this summer, ahead of Jordan's induction into the Hall of Fame in September. The lawsuit, filed Monday in Norfolk Superior Court in Dedham, seeks damages in excess of $10 million. Judge: Javson Williams To Remain Free On Bail of a hired driver more than seven years ago. Prosecutors asked the judge to reconsider the sentencing delay. due to Williams' recent run-ins with the law, saying he has become "unpredictable." In April, police used a stun gun on Williams during an altercation in a New York hotel room, and in May he was arrested in North Carolina and charged with assault for allegedly ing someone in a barroom dispute. Earlier this year, his wife filed divorce papers claiming he was abusive and had a drug problem. Packers Finalize New Deal With WRJenninus GREG JENNINGS GREEN BAY, Wis.--The Green Bay Packers have accomplishe d perhaps their most importan t goal of the off s e ason: signin g wid e r e cei ver Greg Jennings to a contract e xt e nsion The Packers announced W ednesday that they had struck a new deal with Jennings, a second-round draft pick in 2006 who has blossomed into one of the league's most dangerous receivers. Terms were not disclosed, but the new deal was expected to put Jennings among the NFL's highest-paid receivers Jennings originally was due to make $535,000 in 2009, the final year of his rookie contract. ::0 c Spurs Acquire. c.. c z m 1\) O'l JeHerson From Bucks 1\) 0 0 (0 SAN ANTONIO, TX --The San Antonio Spurs needed a scorer and they needed to get younger. They got both in one deal. Milwaukee sent swingman Richard Jefferson to San Antonio on Tuesday for Bruce Bowen, Kurt Thomas and Fabricio Oberto, taking three aging bench players with expiring contracts to unload Jefferson and the $29.2 million owed in the final two y ears of hi s contract. Milwaukee the n dealt Oberto to the Pistons for forward Amir Johnson. The trade s give the Bucks more financial flexibility, the Spurs a proven scorer and the Pistons a veteran big man at a lower cost than Johnson. Jefferson, 29, averaged 19.6 points in his one season with the Bucks. The trade gave both sides what they were after: Milwaukee needed to cut its payroll, and the Spurs needed and a young and healthy offensive threat RICHARD JEFFERSON after a long distinction as th e NBA's old es t team. "His age helps us transition our team into a new era, Spurs general manager R.C. Buford said. r-0 ::0 c )> C/) m Spurs guard Tony Parker Z welcomed Jefferson into the fold, alongside Tim m Duncan and Manu Ginobili. San Antonio is coming off its shortest playoff J= run since 2000 and faded m down the stretch with ::! Duncan, 33, hobbled and Ginobili, 31, sidelined by c Ci5 :J: m c m < m -t c m C/) c )> z c ::0 c ...... (11 I )>

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". 0) 0 0 N cD N LLJ z :J '"') c a: u.. Shaq To cavaliers hoenix Suns have come to n agreement on a blockuster trade that sends haquille O'Neal to leveland to team with James, according sources. The deal has been agreed in principle and is expect to be finalized soon. Cleveland will send Ben allace and Sasha to Phoenix for the s will also receive the pick in Thursday's NBA and $soo,ooo. Shaquille O'Neal's first year with the Phoenix in which the team won e fewer games, was an ation when looking his hist<;>ry with new 'Yere obviously unhappy with their ability to defend Dwight Howard in the playoffs and bringing Shaq into the fold should help. O'Neal averaged 17.8 points and 8-4 rebounds per game last season and made his 15th All-Star game. The Cavaliers were also in talks with New Orleans about obtaining Tyson Chandler. If they had not made the trade for O'Neal, they would have traded for Chandler. The Cavaliers are not done making moves. They still want to re-sign power forward Anderson Varejao and they also wo\ild like to add a long, wing player via free agency. The trade is a pretty strong admission by the Suns that the trade of Shawn Marlti'n for Shaq in 2008 was a mistake. Marion was a free agent this summer and, bad they let him walk, their savings would've been $21 million -not the $5.5 million they're saving in this deal. Hawks On Verge 01 Acquiring Warriors Guard,Crawtord The Golden State Warriors on the verge of dealing guard Jamal Crawford to Atlanta for point guards Acie Law and Speedy Claxton. Crawford has been on the trading block for months after Warriors coach Don Nelson made it clear that the prolific scorer was not in the team's long term plans. A combo guard, Crawford could .play both backcourt positions the Ha*kS, who -must decide whether to offer incumbent free agent point guard Mike Bibby alongterm contract. BucsSign Two More DrahPicks KYLE MOORE And E.J. BIGGERS TAMPA --The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have reached contract agreements with two more draft picks, signing fourth-round selection Kyle Moore and seventh-rounder E.J. Biggers to four-year deals. Moore is being counted on to add depth at defensive end after leading Southern California with five sacks last season. Biggers is a corner back who had seven intercep tions for Western Michigan. The deals Tuesday leave the Bucs with two unsigned draft picks -first-rounder Josh Freeman and third-rounder Roy Miller. Julius Peppers SiunsFranchise Tender CHARLOTTE, NC --With one signature, Julius Peppers went from a disgruntled star seeking to leave town to a rich man who may stick around in Carolina for awhile. Peppers signed his oneyear, $16.7 million tender with the Panthers on Wednesday, five months after the four-time Pro Bowl selec tion first announced he want ed to play elsewhere next sea son. And while the move means Peppers won't hold out of training camp, agent Carl Carey indicated late Wednesday that Peppers is happy with his lucrative oneyear-deal and is no longer opposed to discussing a longterm deal with the Panthers. The Double Standard In Sports Reponing BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer (An Analysis) Sports figures like Ryan Leaf (arrested for burglary), Matt Jones, Michael Phelps and Bernie Kosar make the news when there 's something going on in their lives tha t warrants public notice However, Donte Stallworth, Michael Vick, Adam Pacma' n Jones, Brandan Marshall, Plaxico Burress, Vince Young, Terrell Owens and Chad Ocho Cinco warrant not just a few lines, but an entire series and background investigation by sports reporters. The double-standard in sports reporting is so obvious. But when it's mentioned on sports radio talk shows (Outside The Lines, Jim Rome, and Mike and Mike), the fact is shot down and turned into gossip or just another racial issue. They don't show it once on ESPN, they run the same show for a week. They make sure you catch it one of those days. One week, it's Brandon Marshall, the next week, Vince Young. The list goes on and on. The double-standard is much more than that. It is the intentional act of corporate sports networks to reach into the lives of Black athletes a nd paint them to be thugs or cr iminals. With so many African American athletes playing professional football and basketball these days, it has become an art form to put th e m all under a micros cope This is the 21st century, and although a lot of progress has been made, the cycle of regression continues when it comes to Black athletes and their backgrounds, versus white athletes and their back grounds. As far as ESPN and the other sports networks are concerned, you'll continue to do whatever you feel will draw viewers, and that means putting the tattooed, braids and dreadlock wearing Black athletes out there so the country can see what urban American looks like. Why aren't white athletes tarred and feathered in the media like Black athletes? Probably because the powers that be think troubled Black athletes make headlines, not white athletes. The Black media must take a stand to combat this type of biased reporting. It is incumbent upon us to correct this wrong and put the real stories out there. Tiger's Niece, Chevenne Woods, Readv. For .LPGA Debut CHEYENNE And TIGER WOODS While we'll have to wait a few years for the pro debuts of Sam and Charlie Woods, another Woods will be mak ing her first professional start this week at the W egmans LPGA. Tiger's 18-year-old nie .ce, Cheyenne, a freshman at Wake .Forest, received a sponsor's exemption and will tee it up with a field that includes Michelle Wie, Paula Creamer and Natalie Gulbis. In an interview with The Buffalo News, Woods said she doesn't feel any pressure being Tiger's neice. "There is the expectation of 'Woods,"' the 18-year-old said. "I've grown up with it. I'm used to having the title and seeing the headlines read 'Tiger Woods' niece.' But I also want to make a name for myself."

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Homegoing services for Reno Butler of 11721 N. th Street, who passed ay, Wednesday, June 17, 09, will be held Saturday, e 27, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Harbor Church of God, E. Columbus Drive, r Richard Johnston, Interment will be n Memorial Park Reno was born June 18, in Quincy, FL, to the Jerome Butler, Sr. and ,,.. .,,.,,,..., Butler. He attended Parramore School in incy, and moved to in 1968. He worked ..... nu ... Steel Corporation over 24 years. Mr. Reno Butler had a lifee passion for fishing and ry music. He was preceded in death : his parents; and sister, Watkins. He leaves to cherish his mory: his loving and dedid wife of 39 years, Cora ae Butler; children, rbara Butler (Steve), ara Butl-er and Kayla (Joseph); grandchildren, andi West, Bre'Annah est, James Durant and N 'Yauni Butler; brothers, R bert Goodson, David G odson (Gladys) and J rome Butler, Jr., sisters, nda Smith (Willie) and Ann Holmes; aunts, ie Lee Peebles, Kizzie oxton, Martha James, ry Goodson, Mattie Beatrice Baker and Lee Pittman; nieces, hia Baldwin, Deidra Shirley Goodson and nya Goodson; nephews, dray McMillian, Eddie illian, Jr., Brandon th (Jhamlia), Aldric ins, Jeremy Butler, othy Goodson, David Jr., Kevis Goodson Robert Goodson, Jr.; er-in-law, Cora McNeal; ers-in-law, Elenor oma_$, E .artha Thomas, ura Wiliis (Leon) and rmen Thomas (Martel); thers-in-law, Charlie omas, Jr. (Carol) and aries Thomas (Linda); sins, Gene Gaylord, ttie Henderson, Tommy e, Lawrence, Terry and gh McNeal, Clara Iiams, Rhonda Pinket, ward James, Thomas ebles, Robert and thaniel Johnson, Albert odson, Joanne Colston, rew Belvis, Sandy Lee, rolyn, Horace and nneth Payne, Lovette rk, Bridget Smith and Goodson; special reiat ves and friends, Souls H rbor Church of God Lora Branton and the n family, Catherine on, Kathy Gordon, ael Gordon, Patricia Branton, ;\lac Evans and fam i ly, t h e West family, the McHavle familv the Rasb e ;ry family, and t h e former F l orida Steel Employees; and a hos t of other r elative s and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from s-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 1:45 p. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. CLARA NELL GAINES Homegoing services for Ms. Clara Nell Gaines, affectionately known as "Big Red" by all her friends, of 7517 N. 40th Street, who passed away on June 12,2009, will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Pastor Carolyn Simmons-Riggins, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Gaines was born August 19, 1933, in Tampa, to the late Henry and Clara Nell Baker. "Big Red" loved her children and grandchildren, devoting her latter years to them. She was a spirited individual who loved and lived to the fullest. She was preceded in death by: her daughter, .Jackie Cannion; sister, Edith Johnson; brothers, Henry Baker and Alexander Devore. She attended public schools in Hillsborough County. She leaves to cherish her memory: a loving friend, Mr. Paul; devoted daughters, Sandra Richardson (John Thomas) and Angela Cannion (James Woodard); 3 grandsons, Jerrard Cannion (Sherita), Jason Cannion (Shonda) and Arquevis Raiford; 11 nieces, Barbara, Jacqui, Dorothy, Mamie Johnson, Deborah (Willie) Long of Atlanta, GA, Carolyn Bagley of Atlanta, GA, Andrea DeVore, Marilyn Jenkins, Priscilla Perry of Roselle, NJ, Caroline and Sharon Baker of Jersey City, NJ; 5 nephews, Henry Baker, III (Alicia), Phil and Michael Johnson, John Tyler and Paul Baker (Angie); cousins, Clarence Webb and wife, Cora Webb, and Nancy Fitzpatrick (Wilford); inlaws, the Thomas Family; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, June 26, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel at 10:30 a. m., Sah: rday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. ROSE GEORGE Homegoing services Mrs. Rose George of 1923 E. Henry Avenue who passed away, Sunday, June 21, 2009, will be held Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with a local minister, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Rose.George was born February 18, 1952, in Montezuma, Georgia, and was a resident of Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Rufus and Mary Young; grandmother, Rosa Neal; grandfather, Willie Young; and grandparents, Tommy and Rutha Mae McClendon. She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband, Woodrow George, Jr.; children, Keith George, Sr. (Lacresia), and Woodrow George, II (Camillie); grandchildren, Lakithia, Keith, Jr., Ebony, Vanessa, Kenneth, Kenny, Shantana, Eric, Kendrick, Keith, III, Brenniala, Aye'Kendria, Keion, Camicia, Keyana, Keivontae, Kelvin, Keiaerial, Latorrian and Kenyen; great grandchildren, Keyanna, My'Yauni and Eldred.; brothers, Rufus, Wayne and Walter Young; sisters, Mary Marshall (Robert) and Gloria Broadnax; aunts, Doris Donaldson (Ted), Helen Barron, Shirley Young, Catherine Turner (Willie), Edith Young, Bertha Young and Ophelia Young; uncles, Murray Young (Eunice), Albert Young (Belle), Edward Young, Sr. (very special uncle), Neil Young (Annette) and Tommy Lee McClendon (wife); godsister, Annette Bowers; and special friend, Hazel Gooden; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel at -1:45 p.m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME :Sentinel Bulletin MRS. LOY MAE PERRY Mrs. Loy Mae Perry was granted her angel wings at the golden age of ninety on June 20, 2009. at a local hospital. Loy Mae Perry, was born April 17, 1919, to the late, Mrs. Theresa Green and Mr. Robert Arrington of Ft. Myers-Loy Mae Perry, 3220 N. 47th Street, was a quite woman that enjoyed the gift of life and caring for others while she could. Her legacy has left a lasting impression on those that were close and dear to her. Loy Mae Perry was preceded in death by her husband, Warren. She is survived by: her devoted cousin, Gloria Eloise Moody Hutchins and husband, Lu,ther Hutchins; and step gra,.nddaughter, Ms. Warrenita Perry; along with the surviving children of her late husband, Warren Perry; and a host of cousins, step .. grandchildren; nieces, 'nephews and cousins. OF MEMORIES Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 3361 0 RAr lUUl'IJJ Al'IJJ.t.Ie>UN L.F. D 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our Family Can Meet Your Family's Needs MS.JADA ELIZABETH BARNER Ms. Jada Elizabeth Barner of 4119 E. Linebaugh Avenue, passed away Thursday, June ::0 0 l> c.... C!! z m 1\.) 0"1 1\.) 0 0 Cemetery. (/) Jada, a native of Tampa, attended the Hillsborough ::f County Public Schools and z was employed as a waitress m at Steak-n-Shake. r;-She leaves to cherish her III memory: a loving and devot-C: edson, Jaylon Tyrik Barner; parents, Debrah Barner, and m Bobby Barner (Yvonne); -f grandparents, Mrs. Victoria Z Brown; siblings, Bobby, Jr., "'C Devin, Jamille, Camille C: Barner and Travis Perdue; stepsiblings, Eltoneisha and u; Elton Grigley, Jr.; aunts, J: Neferti "Vette" (Bobby) m Winston, Tampa, Sondra C Brown-Hodges, Tampa, m Kathy (Randall) Tisdale, Sr., Jacksonville, and Mattie l:l Barner, Tampa; uncles, -< Nathaniel (Christine) Brown, -t Tampa, Marcus "Tony" C: (Denetria) Brown, Live Oak, rn FL, and Eugene Barner; great c aunts, Carrie Govan, Earnestine Harris, Barbara "" (Carl) Cobbs, and Patricia l> Ramroop; great uncle, Glen Brown; cousins, Sherry Lynn, Crystal, Victoria, Andre', Michelle, Dant'e, 0 John Michael and Makiya )> Tim, Stacey, Marion, Arney, Willie Paul, Jr., James, Mary, Joseph, Marcus, Katronda, Nesha, Alvin, Nita, Larry, Keyse, Cornelius, Latoya, Danielle, Tammy, Tameka, Kalvin, And.re', Jr., and Arthur; best friends, Charkeena McKinnie, Danielle Bryant and Leticia "Shorty Cole; family friend, Pamela Bass; and a host of otlter relatives and friends The remains will repose after 5 p. m., today, Friday, June 26, 2009. at Ray Williams Funeral Home. entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners.

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0) 0 0 N u:> N w z :::::l J c a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c en w :::1 1-> a: w > w c w ::::t: en ::;j m :::1 Q. z ..I ..I :::1 m .!a w z i= z w en < c 0: g u.. < I co ,.. w (!) MS.TAMEKA JA'QWAY CAMPBELL Ms. Tameka Ja'Qway Campbell of Tampa, passed away Thursday, June 18, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, July 1, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Tameka was born May 16, 1980, in Tampa, to MrThomas John Hamilton, Jr. and Ms. Holly Bennett. She was educated at Mt. Calvary Jr. Academy and in the public schools of Hillsborough County. She was preceded in death by: her grandparents, Titus E. Campbell and Bessie M Campbell; her aunt, Pamela Hamilton; her grand uncle, James C. Hamilton; and her cousin, Justin Einmanuel Campbell. She leaves to cherish her memory: mother, Holly A. Bennett; father, Thomas John Hamil,ton, Jr.; sisters, Shakeyla Hamilton and Ja'Lisa Longworth; brother, Bernard Bennett, III; grandmother, Mable Hamilton; grandfather, Thomas John Hamilton, Sr. (Serina); great grandmother Bertha Hamilton; godmother, Ollie Thornton; aunts, Joyce Campbell of Atlanta, GA., Debra Kennard (David), and Talicia Lattimore, II (Bobby); uncles, Gregory Hamilton, Melvin Hamilton, Sr., Eric Hamilton (Elizabeth), and Elmo Hamilton (Telicia); nieces, Jadah Wingfield, Jamirah Wingfield, and Jaliah grand aunts, Mae;Ruth Hilliard (Charles), Joselean Hayward (Robert), Martha Hamilton, and Vandolyn Davis; grand uncles, Melvin Hamilton, Jerome Hamilton (Angela), Mark A. Hamilton, David Miles and Alfonso Miles; cousins, Tavares Campbell, Vontrilla Hampton of Atl&nta, GA, Dontavious Hamilton, Dwight Gooden, Jr., LaToya Jackson, Sammy Jackson, Jr., Bobby Lattimore Ill, Robby Lattimore, LaDashia Lewis, Robby Sanderson, Rahien Maldonado, Gregory Hamilton, Jr., Antonio Hamilton, Melvin Hamilton, Jr., Larry Taylor, Laryssia Taylor, Natasha Hamilton and Felisha Hamilton, all of Tampa, Catherine Alexander (Joseph), Nathaniel M. Lewis (Pearl), Dwight Hudson (Dorothy), Bo Cara (Jeana), Anita Armstrong, LaQouya Johnson, David Lewis, Ebony Lewis and Eugene Lewis, all of Miami; special friends, Debra Jackson, Jonnie Mason, Bernard Bennett, Sr. Bernard Bennett, Jr., Marlene Bennett, Frank Lanie1 Hattie Lanier, Lakeysha Lanier, Toccara Huff, Mia Williams, Michael. \Villiams, Linda Johnson, Donald (MANN), Lori and Tiffany Fant; a host of cousins and many other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 4-8 p. m., Tuesday, June 30, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral H ome. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MS. ANGElA MICHELLE DRAUGHN Ms. Angela Michelle Draughn of 6811 Wayside Court, passed away Tuesday, June 23, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, June 30, 2009, at 3 p. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 N. 25th Avehue, with Bishop Eddie Newkirk, officiating, and Pastor Dwight Newkirk, eulogist. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. ';: Ms. Draughn was a native' of Greensboro, Carolina, and a resident of Tampa for 20 years. Sh:e' attended Greensboro Public Schools, Hillsborough County Public Schools and North Carolina A&T State University. Mrs. Draughn was employed as a Manager at Exxon-Mobil. She leaves to mourn: her loving mother, Iva M. Draughn; sister, Erica J. Campbell; niece, Sarah Edwards-Draughn; and a host of relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her father, .Claude Draughn. . Her giving spirit, love and compassion for others will be sorely missed by all who knew her and loved her. The remains will repose from 4-8 p.m., Monday, June 29, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. VIVIAN INEZ 'DOMAMA' HICKEY A funeral service for Mrs. Vivian Inez Hickey will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 3:30 p. m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, Tampa, 33606. Mrs. Hickey was born June 7th, 1959, in Athens, Tennessee. She resided in Tampa for the last 18 years of her life. Vivian went home to be with the Lord on June 19th, 2009. She brought so much to all of our lives. There are no words to express the loss we are experiencing. Thank you for all your love. She is survived by: 2 children, Tamara and Tamecka; 2 grandchildren; mother, Vivian and Harold Robinson. MR. EDDIE LEE LEVY, SR. Mr. Eddie Lee Levy, Sr. of Tampa, passed into eternal rest on Sunday, June 21, 2009. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Heart Song Community Church, 4208 N. Florida Avenue, Pastor Jesse Washington, pastor, Darrel Levy, Pastor of New Mount Hermon M. B. Church, West Memphis, Arkansas, will officiate. Interment will follow at Orange Hill Cemetery. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Mr. Levy was born to the union of Mrs. Rose Anna Woods and the late Moses E. Woods, Sr., on April 30, 1963. He completed his education in the public school system of that city and joined the U.S. Air Force. He served honorably in the military for 15 years until an injury brought his career to a close. After his discharge from the military, Mr. Levy and his wife settled in Tampa t.o raise their family. He became employed with FedEx, where he served as a driver until his healtli failed. Mr. Levy then worked in the office until he became totally disabled. Mr. Levy joined Heart Song Community Church and remained an active member until his demise. He was preceded in death bv: his father, Moses E \\roods, Sr.; and siblings, Marion \oVendell \Voods, Miriam, Miranda and Marion. Mr. Levy leaves to remember his love and cherish his memories with: his wife of 24 years, Mrs. Cherylene Levy; daughter, Ms. Jujuanna Braxton; 3 sons: Arik, Eddie, Jr. (EJ) and Steven Levy; 5 grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Rose Woods of Memphis, TN; brothers, Moses (Darlene ) Woods, Jrand child, Danianiece, and Kenneth (Linda) Levy and children, Katrina, Jessica, Bryan, and Ryan, all of Memphis, TN, and Darrel (Sherry) Levy and children, Beonka, Sonny, Tommy, and DJ of West Memphis, AR; sister, Artricia (NL) Transou, and children; Tre'Nadia and Nathan; all of Memphis, TN. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, brothers-inlaw, and sisters-in-law, too numerous to name. Among them are: Derylene Glover, Millie Roberts, Sheryl Kelly, Angie McMurray, Cassandra Harris and Mona Williams, and their families. Mr. Levy is also survived by numerous other family mem .b'ers, church members, neighbors and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, June 26, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. at the Chapel. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. TONY J. MANGUAL Mr. Tony J. Mangual of 6935 Silver Run Drive, passed away Sunday, June 21, 2009. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 5:30 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend Lenwood Cliatt, officiating. Mr. Mangual was a native of Los Angeles, and a resident of Tampa for 14 years. He attended the public schools in Watts and Los Angeles. Tony found his way to the Lord through his ministries. He was a Minister of God. He was employed as a welder at Ditek Technologies. Tony leaves to cherish his memories: his wife of 15 years, Charlotte Mangual; seven sisters, Theresa Earl of Tampa, Pam Jones of Los Angeles. CA, Debbie Jackson of Pasadena, CA, Linda Cliatt of Tampa, Gladys Scott of Pasadena, CA, Helen Berry of El Paso, TX, and Tara Berry of Pasadena, CA; four brothers, Daryl Berry of Los Angeles, CA, Dean Berry of El Paso, TX. Dale Berry of Los A ngeles, CA, and Darren Berry of Los Angeles, CA; four. stepsons, LaDonta Willis of Los Angeles, CA, Russell Mangual of Los Angeles, CA, Marvin Grooms of Tampa, and Edward Grooms of Tampa; a hos t of grandkids, nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews as well a s other friends and love d ones. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, June 26 a t Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. GERALD MITCHELL Mr. Gerald Mitchell of 4206 E. Hanna Avenue, passed away Tuesday, June 16, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church, 2628 E. Lake Avenue, with ElderTimothy J. Kemp, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Mitchell was a native of Tampa where he attended the public schools. He was employed as an International Longshoreman. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Joan Harvey; stepson, Jonathan Harvey; stepdaughter, Niki Harvey; three brothers, Jack (Vicky) Mitchell, Willie (Joyce) Mitchell and Freddie (Sandress) Mitchell; three sisters, Anna Mae (Robert( Young of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, Katrena (John) Douglas and Rose (Louis) Bostick, all ofTamp.a; aunt, Marie Beasley of New York; nieces, Tammy, Tawanda, LeTecia, and Jaquline Mitchell, Tiffany McDonald, LaTasha (Cory) Smith, Fortune, Toshida, and Katrena; nephews, Freddrick "Bean" Mitchell, John Chris Mitchell, Lil Jack Mitchell and Willie, Jr. Mitchell; and a host of loving friends and family. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, June 26, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners.

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SP4ROBERT L. MOORE ecialist Fourth Class ) Robert L. Moore of 202 Rome Terrace, passed aw y Thursday, June 18, 20 9 Funeral services will be onducted Saturday, June 27, 009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Wil iams Memol'ial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Rev rend Xavier L. Johnson offi iating. Interment will be Mo day, June 29, 2009, at 11 in Florida National etery, Bushnell, Florida. r. Moore was a native of pa, and attended the I public schools. e enlisted in the United Sta es Army and received an Ho orable discharge for his 'ce. Moore leaves to cherish emory: his loving mother, Betty Dean; father, Rol ert Moore (Mattie); da ghter, Robyn Moore; ste son, Ernest Nix; sisters, Sa dra T. Dean, Yvonne Mu addan, Lynette Canady (M lvin), and Cynthia Bro dy (John); sister-in-law, Sharon Dean; uncle, Johnny Ca pbell (Lacy); aunt, Doris Ca pbell; nieces, Kesha (Ru s), Twanda and Sandra; ne hews, Bishop and. co sins, James Allen (Ja kie), Sheryl (Melvin), Me ita, Lerpuel, Carlos, Ste hanie (Albert), Tonya (St ve), .Malcom and Gail; a ho t of great cousins, ne hews and friends; and sp cial friends, Kenny, Lu her, Rhonda, Danny, La ry, Charles, Rick, arid Jm ie. T EREWILLBENOVIEW-. IN AFTER THE EULOGY. T e remains will repos" e aft r 5 p. m. today, Friday, Ju e 26, 2009, at Ray Wil iams Funeral Home. rangements entrusted to WILLIAMS FUNERAL E, Rhodes & Northern, MSGT. CHARLES W. (U.S.A.F., Ret.) WARD MSGT. Charles W. Ward (U.S.A.F., Ret.) went home to be with his Heavenly Father on Sunday, June 21, 2009. One grandchild, CeKaiya Alexander, preceded him in death. He leaves to mourn: his wife of 25 years, Sandra F. Ward; children, Leah, Charis, Adrian and Anthony; grandchildren, Kevonnha and Menique Davis and Cyris Alexander; and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing was held on Thursday, June 25, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa.' Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 3500 Jones Street, Alexandria, Louisiana. Interment will follow in Alexandria .Memorial Gardens, LA. The remains will be sent to Boyce Community Funeral Home, 704 Longford &treet, Boyce, LA, 71409, Phone: (318) 613-8659, Fax (318) 445-4832, for services and interment. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com "The ->ice of D_ur C;ommunity Speattlng fo'Y..t(.f elf" Call: (813) 248 -1921 CRISIS spUN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a, Florida 33610 MR. ALONZA JAMES WILLIAMS Homegoing celebration for Mr. Alonza James Williams of, 7309 S. Swoope Street, who passed away Friday, June 19, 2009, at his residence, will be held Saturday, June 27, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend Charles A. Perry, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, with military honors. He was preceded in death by his father, Albert Williams, Sr. He leaves to cherish memories of him: a loving and very supportive mother, Vera Mae Williams; sister, Gloriasteen Hope and husband, Wendell of Tulsa, OK; brother, Albert Wiiliams, Jr. and wife, Carmen of Tampa; nephews, Wendell Hope, Jr., Dimitrius Williams and Devin Williams; niece, Jennifer Hope; aunts, Ever lena Hemmingway and husband, Lawrence of Tampa, Marie Williams of Saras.ota, and Bernice Hall of Washington, DC; sponsors and fellow veterans at Bay Pines VA Hospital and James A. Haley, Veterans Hospital; and a host I of cousins and other close i relatives and friends-J Mr, Williams was borm March 19, 1964, .in Tampa'J He was educated m the pubd lie schools of Hillsborough! County. As a young child, he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church of Port Tampa. After graduation, he served in the United States Army for four years and was honorably discharged. The remains will repose from 5-9 p.m., Friday, June 26, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 10:45 a. m. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com .. MS. DINA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Homegoing celebration for Ms. Dina Elizabeth Williams of 4304 N. 39th Street, who passed away Sunday, June 21, 2009, at Melech Hospice House of Temple Terrace, will be held Saturday, June 27, .2009, at 3 p. m. at New Life Tabernacle, 2225 E. 109th Avenue, with Elder Willie Davis, officiating. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. She was preceded in death by: her father, Frank Harris; grandparents, Leonard J. Walters, Sr. and Mary E. Walters; and aunts and uncles, Aurthur, Neal, Diane and Phyllis Walters. Those left to cherish memories of her are: a son, Preston D. Judkins, daughter, Tanesia V. Judkins, and their father, Michael Judkins; 2 grandchildren, Jaurice Daniels and Jaukice Daniels; mother, Florence L. 2 brothers, Earl and Lawrence N. CopdAnd, Sr. and wife, Cookie;-.; ; 9 nieces and nephews, Kavony, Tiquana, Earl, Jr., D'Shea and Ke'Shawn Williams, Tanya, Sherica and Lawrence G-eip.eland, Jr. and Wendy Q'IJ.tter and husband, Oscar; l4 great nieces and nephews; tm Walters and Judkins famiJ:les; aunts and uncles, Leonard J. Walters, Jr. and wife, Pat, Eloise Dudley and. husband, Jeremiah, and Lillie Woods; 24 first cousins; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends, who include special friends, Reverend Michelle B. Patty, Lynn McClain, Shawn Freeman, Michelle Dix, Cassandra !.leed and Belinda Harvey. Ms. Williams was born in Tampa, on February 13, 1964. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. She attended King High School and was a graduate of Gary Adult High School. She was e-mployed at Merck ,:,1\tedco'; c.J o linson Controlsand until her health failed in 2006. Dina was a member of New Life her demise. : .< -.. : The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m., Friday, June 26, 2009, and the family will receive friends 6-7 p. m., Friday, June 26, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street; Friends are asked to assemble at the chtirch at mately 2:45 p. m., Saturday. "A 'WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com t LAWRENCE 'L.V.' COARD.JR. Sunrise: September 7,1939 Sunset: June 16, 2009 Lifelong resident of Tampa, died June 16, 2009, after a brief illness-He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Lawrence Coard, Sr. and Maggie Robinson Coard. He is survived by a host nieces, nephews and friends. --, _j "" r 0 :a 6 )> en m z ::::! z m r;m c: r r z "D c: m r (j) :I: m c m < m :a < -1 c: m en c STEPHEN 'STEVE' SHERWOOD STREETER Stephen "Steve" Sherwood Streeter, borf\April 2, 1966, passed away on June 13, 2009. His funeral will be held Friday (today), June 26, 2009, at 11 a _,' m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Interment will follow at 1 p. m. at tlie Florida N .ational Cemetery, 6502 SW 102nd Ayenue, 335i3 . education religion business health sports family entertainment )> z c "" :a c in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921

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0'> Death Announcement/Memoriams "") > <( c cr: LL c 'GOD CAME AND TOOK HIS ANGEL' MARY M. MATHIS Sunrise: 11/25/46 Sunset: 6/tS/09 fE This is to acknowledge the departure of Mary Mathis on June 18th, 2009, in Atlanta, GA. She is survived by: husband, Perry, Sr.; 5 children, as well as <( a host of grandchildren and family, who love her and will miss her. 0 en w :::> .... >cr: w > w 0 w ::J: en :J Ill :::> D. z t:i ..J ..J :::> Ill ...:. w z i= z w en <( 0 cr: 0 ..J LL <( I 0 N w (!) Subscribe Today! "The \lbice of Our Conununity Speaking for It.\'elf" )_ Call: 813 We're not just in your neighborhood. We're part of your community. Being located in your commtmity and being an active member of it are two very different things. As your neighL>Orhood funeral home we're honored to serve you both through funeral care and community involvement. Call to learn how we can serve you further. FUNERAL HOME m N 29th St. Tampa, R..33605 (800) 605-3350. (813} 248-6125 ; of DEATH ANNOUNCED PHYLLIS REDDI;NG JACKSON An announcement that funeral services for Phyllis Redding Jackson will be held on June 27, 2009, at 2 p. m. at St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church, 2104 Railroad Avenue, Largo, 33778. For detailed information, call (813) 626-483!. IN MEMORY OF ; :.:AULA ANN TAYLOR A memorial will be held at Melech Hospice House, 11125 N. 52nd Street, Temple Terrace, 33617, June 27, 2009. from 12 noon to 1:30 p . m. She was the daughter of the late, Mary Scott lmd Alvin Ray. She leaves behind a loving family: husband, Jurodt Taylor; a daughter, Tawanna Kalu; 3 sisters and 3 brothers; a granddaughter and a grandson; a great grandson; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven can not heal.' IN LOVING MEMORY NETTIE RUTH MORRIS June 25, 2005 "Precious Mother" You are remembered when the flowers bloom in Spring. In the summertime remembered in the warmth and joy it brings. You are remembered when fall brings leaves of gold. In the wintertime, remembered in the stories that are told. You are remembered each day right from the start, for the memories that we shared, forever live within our hearts. "Love and miss you," Jessica, Charles, Jr., Rawn, Shannon, Erma, Charlene, Jessie, Therman, great grands and family. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, PAT PATRICIA ANN PRINGLEY June 26, 1953 -February 15, 2007 For who you were, for the things you've done, for just being you ... We, your loving family says, "Thank You." has sta in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms @ij.net

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., ::0 IN MEMORIAM BYRON L. HARDEE August 10, 1960 -June 22, 2008 It's been a year since you left us, but you will always remain in our hearts, thoughts and our daily conversations. We miss you so very much. The Hardee Family. IN MEMORIAM VIOlA RUSSELL August 24, 1914 June 24, 1983 "You were always there with a listening ear and gentle words so wise." Sadly missed by: your children, Tommy, Rondal, Dorthy, Carl, Gregory, Lawrence, lnes and Lorraine; sisters, Lula Mae and Emma; and grapdkids and other relatives and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SIS. RUTH GRIFFIN Sunrise: June 25, 1929 Sunset: May 30, 2004 Happy birthday to a sweet mother and grandmother. From, all of your family and friends. We love you, but God loved you best. IN MEMORIAM ANNA MARIE 'DOD IE' SHEPHERD It has been a year since your death. We love you and miss you very much. There is not a day that goes by you're not in our hearts. You were our everything. But God shall answer our prayers. Rest in peace. Your mom, Martha Shepherd; aunt, Edith Shepherd, Calvin, Anita, Kirk and Ken Shepherd, Malik and Daquano Wilson, Shaquille Andrew and Angel White, Wyana and Abreanna White and the Hawkins, Moses and Wilson families and friends. TRULY MISSED JOHN 'FLUTIE' lARRY, JR. June 29, 1982 -November 1, 2008 We still can't believe you're gone. The time we had with you was too short. The pain we feel without you is so strong. Life just isn't life without you. Happy birthday; "Flutie." Love. "The Family." GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN JOHN 'FLUTIE' lARRY, JR. June 29, 1982 -November 1, 2008 Brother, I'm still trying to figure out how to deal with the fact you're gone. The pain is unbearable sometimes. I miss you so much. Happy birthday, Brus. Love always, your big sis, "Lisa." CARD OF THANKS BROTHER ALLEN MCNEAL, SR. The Family of Brother Allen McNeal, Sr. Blessed are they that die in the Lord for they rest from their labor and their works follow them into the presence of an almighty God. Words can never express our gratitude and appreciation for the kindness rendered during this time of our great loss. We were strengthened and encouraged to press-on because of your prayers and other acts of kindness during this inevitable season in everyone's life. We th!lnk our St. John Progressive M. B. Church Family, Reverend Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr., pastor, and the entire church staff, members and friends. We give God all the praise, honor and glory for such an anointing and presence of Holy Spirit for the !Homegoing Celebration Service. The Lord used Reverend Dr. C. T. Kirkland as a vessel to deliver a powand comforting message for his people. We are also grateful to the Ray Williams Funeral Home owners and staff. Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning. Our morning is coming. Praise God. The Entire McNeal Family. CARDOF 2: THANKS ffi ALFREDW. MACK, JR. The family ofthe late Alfred W. Mack, Jr. wants to thank everyone very much for all of the kindness and love shown to us during the passing of our loved one. Alfred was a very loving and kind person! 1\) 0 0 <0 We thank you all for the phone calls, the food, 'TI monies, and the visits. 5 rhanks to: Jackson Funeral l:J Home and family, and our 0 church family of Greater Mt. :J> Carmel AME Church. en Special thanks to Rev. m Washington and family and Z our neighbors. ::::! We feel blessed to have Z had so much love shown. p:! May God bless each of you. m The family. c: r r m ::::! 'Earth has no z sorrow that heaven can not heal.' "'D c: llJ r c;; :::t m c m < m l:J -< -1 c: m en c ?< > z c 'TI l:J c ?< ;g C) m 1\) I >

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0) g rime N .ctJ N w z ::J ..., c a: LL New Details Released In Murder Of Jennifer Johnson a: JENNIFER JOHNSON t.tried calling for help from the trunk of a car. LL On Thursday, new details C the murder of :i .jJ ennifer Johnson was revealed in court. Attending c he hearing were family 0 embers of Ms. Johnson, w ::J ncluding her mother, Alma 1-> a: w > w c w :z::: (/) ::::i m ::J 11. z Iii ..J ..J :;::) m ..:. w Z i= z w (/) a: 0 ..J LL orsey. Johnson, 31, was found ead in a home in Lakeland n November 2008. Prior to he discovery of her body, ohnson had been seen rguing with her former oyfriend, Vincent Brown, 8, at a 40th Street nightlub. Police also discovered ohnson' and Brown had isited the home of his par nts after they left the club After Johnson's disapher car was found the parking lot of a school. few days later, her body found inside a foreclosed in Lakeland. After Johnson's body was Brown surrento police saying he had alated his probation. As continued to investite Johnson's murder, VINCENT BROWN ... former boyfriend accused of her murder. they discovered that Johnson had been put in the trunk of car allegedly dli ven by Brown and dliven to Lakeland. While inside the trunk, Johnson used her cell phone and called 9-1-1. It was later reported that Johnson told them she didn't know where she was, and said "they got me, they got me." On Thursday, details of Johnson's cell phone call, the location of the cell phone towers, and text messages sent to her phone revealed in court. Brown, now facing and kidnapping charges, is being held without bond. After Thursday's hearing, Ms. Dorsey was overheard saying, "He doesn't deserve to be on this side of the dirt. I'm asking for the death penalty." Johnson left behind a daughter, Jernese, who is now being cared for by her mother and sisters. Courthouse Capers FRANCINA WALKER, 30 Prostitution Poss. Of Cocaine Carrying Concealed Weapon L{fflLIA WILLIAMS, ,44 Pel. And Poss. Of Cocaine lfexas Strip Club sues 14-Year-Oid SAN ANTONIO--A strip club in Texas that hired a 14-year-old as an exotic dancer says it was swindled and is suing the seventh-grader and her parents. The girl allegedly exposed her breasts while working at Cheetah Club in Corpus Christi, a violation of state law. Alan Yaffe, the club's attor ney, said the club didn't know the girl was a minor and dis puted the alleged of events that led the teenager to yvork there in the first-place Sh e came (into the club) with 6-inch stiletto heels and a and just like a a America's smd. Authorities say Leslie Campbell, 48, kidnapped the girl in San Antonio in March, took her to Coq)us Christi and sexually assaulted her over the course of a week. He then allegedly gave her a false identification and forced her to strip at the club. Yaffe called the story bogus, and the club is suing Campbell, the girl and her parents for unspecified damage in a lawsuit filed last week. It also wants a judge to declare that the club didn t intend to hire a minor. MICHAEL WILLIAMS, 38 Robbery Agg. Assault w /firearm Carrying Concealed Firearm SHALISA GUINESS, 24 Prostitution Poss. Of Cocaine ZACHARIAH WALTON, 27 Sale Of Cocaine Poss. Of Cocaine Poss. Of Cannabis CURTIS DANTES, 26 Delivery Of Cocaine Police: 4 Men Abduct, Rape Woman SKETCHES MIAMI --Police in Miami are searching for four persons of interest-after a woman reported that a group of men abducted :her at gunpoint and then sexual ly assaulted her. The attack happened at about s a.m. on June 6. According to the Miami Police Department, a woman in her 40s told she was forced at gunpoint into an SUV. The woman told police the four men the SUY took her to a remote location and then sexually assaulted her. Then, she said, they drove her back and dropped her off at the Ache Supper Club, according to police. Police have released sketches of two of the four men, all of whom are believed to be in their 20s. Investigators said the men are considered "persons of interest," and police want to identify and speak to them.

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Detectives Uncover Marijuana Grow Houses On TJesday, Hillsborough County heriffs Office detectives rai two residences and found arijuana growing inside. wo men were arrest ed At th first residence, 6512 woods Drive, detectives f und 29 marijuana plants ith a street value of S128,o o. Two bedrooms had bee converted into grow operation rooms and the r es i d e n t h ad b ee n s t e a lin g e lectri ci t y t o s upp o rt th e ille g a l o pe r ation. D e t e ctives th e n disco ver e d th e r eside nt was d ra win g so m u c h p owe r a n e arby tr a n s f o rm e r w as m e ltin g a nd o n th e verge of explodin g Rafael Guerrero, 35, was arres t e d and c h a r ge d with c ultivatio n of m a rijuana a nd th eft o f e l ectricity At a second r e sid e n ce, 1423 Sandlake Driv e, d etectives s e ized 13 marijuana plants with a street value of 814,800. Someone tipped law enforcement to the apart ment after noticing a strong odor of marijuana coming from the unit. The suspect had been ventilating the growing operation into the walls of his apartment, creating a strong stench and health hazard to the other residents Eric Bryant Tharpe, 35, was arrested and charged with cultivation of marijuana. Woman Enters Guiltv Plea In Theft Of $cholarshiP Monev PETERSBURG -Marv Dennard, a St: Peters urg educator and activist, pled guilty to charges she s ole more than $250,0 o from state scholarship pr grams intended to help lo income and disabled students. Dennard went on trial Tuesday for grand theft and an aggravated white-collar crime. The Florida Department of Financial Services reported that Dennard was supposedly helping students get money for college when she fraudulently took funds from the John M. McKay Scholarship for students with disabilities program and the Corporate Tax Credit scholarship program. She was arrested in 2007. Under a plea deal. Dennard faces a maximum of 69 months in prison. She has agreed to pay $2oo,ooo in Sentencing is schedule d for August toth. -=-= Open 24Hours LL 7 Days A Week LBONDS "We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won't Have To Sit" Darrell Ingram Owner 3-Year-Oid Needs suroerv AHerAbuse AJA FEAGIN ANGELA HAMMOND Last Friday, c a regi v ers for a 3-year-old boy called the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office to report that the child had bruises and a large, open sore on his buttocks that was infected and required surgery, deputies said. As a result, the child's mother and her girlfriend were arrest ed. Deputies said the boy's moth er, Aja Feagin, 24, was arrested Friday and charged with child abuse by medical neglect and. violating probation on a previous child abuse charge. Deputies said Feagin's girl friend, Angela Hammond, 26, beat the boy because he soiled his pants. She was charged with aggravated child abuse Tuesday. The child is now in protective custody and the investigation is continuing. Reward Offered. For Suspect THEOFEHILUS BURNS ..... being sought for shooting at deputy. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,ooo for information that leads to the arrest of Tbeofehilus H. Burns, 33 Burns allegedly shot at a Pasco County Sheriffs Deputy. On June 22nd, a Pasco Sheriff's Office deputy responded to the Dade Oaks Apartments on a call of shots being fired in the area. The. deputy arrived and saw Burns walking away from him. The deputy confronted Burns who then reportedly pointed a firearm at the deputy. The deputy backed away in his vehicle for cover when Burns allegedly fired shots at the deputy. The deputy was not struck and Burns fled. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Burns is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477 Two Men Shot After Argument over Parking CHRISTOPHER O'DONNELL Tampa Police repmt that on Monday night, residents of 2326 West Walnut were hav ing a dispute over parking with the residents of 2330 West Walnut. Police said two men were on the front porch of 2326 West Walnut and called over Leandro Martinez, 25. Martinez, accompanied by Christopher O'Donnell, 24, and Jermaine Cann, 30, approached Pedro I..una, 22, and Eric Garcia, 26. The men began arguing about the neighborhood park ing issue and during the argu ment, police said one of the victims pulled out a handgun. At that point, O'Donnell also pulled handgun and fired several shots at Luna and Garcia."' Luna was' shot in the chest and Garcia was shot in the . The suspects were still or) the scene when police arhved. JERMAINE CANN Luna and Garcia were transported to a local hospital and Luna was to be in serious, but stable condi tion and Garcia is listed as critical, but stable. Homicide detectives investigated the incident. O'Donnell, Martinez, and Cann were charged with aggravated battery with a firearm. Courthouse Capers JOSHUA B. LEE,2o Poss. Of Cocaine Poss. Of Cocaine wjintent to deliver ARTHUR FELTON,48 Child Abuse Poss. Of Cocaine Robbery DWAYNE CO'ITON,34 Poss. Of Cocaine Poss. Of Cocaine w /intent to deliver HENRY SMITH,18 Battery (Domestic Violence) FREDERICK RUSSELL,26 Delivery Of Cocaine Poss. Of Cocaine Sale Of Cocaine CARL-\ THOMAS,47 Poss. Of Cocaine wjintent'to s< ll JOIROY,24 Possession Of Cocaine MAURICE MYERS, 23 Poss. Of Contrulled Substance LA TRICE LE\'INE; 31 Child Abuse RONALD CHRISTIAN Trafficking In eucaine :::0 c c.. c z m 1\) O'l 1\) 0 0 <.0 r-0 ::D g (/) m z ::! z m r I IJJ c: r r m -t z 1:J c: IJJ c;; :::t m c m < m -t c: m (/) c )> z c "T'I ::D c

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Back Page Zeta Chapter Hosts 1st Annual Blue Ribbon luncheon T a u Pi Zeta Chapte r o f Z e t a Phi B e t a S o r ority, Inc. p resente d it s First Annu a l Blue Ribb o n S c h o lar s hip a nd A w a rd s Lun c h eo n on June 13, 2009. Th e event w as h e ld a t Hun t's Communi ty C e nt e r a t Al L o pez Park. Zeta Bonnie Belford presided. Other Zet as on th e p ro gr a m we re : Beverly Lane, Carolyn Hill (Pre s ident), Michelle Lemons, Ilena Torres, Andrea Hankerson, Pauline Williams, Hires, Betty Wimbley, Thelma Canty and Marlene York-Monroe (Chairp e rson). Ms. Billie Williams sa ng a solo Members of the T a u Pi Z e t a Chapter are: Sameka Bailey, Daphne Bayard, Bonnie Belford, Barbara Bell, Monica Benton, Alicia Brathwaite, Helena Sheila Bryant, Thelma Canty, Shennell Coffin, Debra Davis, Betty DeVore, Jennifer Finlayson, Stephanie Finlayson, Marian Flowers, Foster, Cynthia Franco, Annette Gibson, Ruth Hall, Andrea Hankerson, Chakita Hargrove, Hazel Harvey, Carolyn Hill, Alma Hires, .. Hollinger, Ginette Hoze. Also, Ola Joh.Qson, Tamasha King, Beverly Lane, Leah Laquain, Cecelia Martinez, Anitra McPherson-O'Harrow, Tamischca Mitchell. Lena Ellen Robinson, Nichelle Neal, Terlynn Olds, Dorothye Reed, Kenisha Reese, Marquita Rucker, Shirley Sawyer, Tomeka Smith, Emma ............ .,..Tracy Thompson, Victoria Thompson, Claudia Turenne, Pauline Williams, Carol Williams, Betty Wimbley-Manuel, Grace HndnLo:ouLo:o York-Monroe and Rachel Young. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Zeta Lillian W. Brown.

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Hillsborough Countv Head Start Program Holds Annual Volunteer Awards Recegtion Several hundred women joined Pastor Deborah Powe at Revealing for the 'Women In Pursuit of God' Conference The free "Women Changing;.,Evo1>ing_af1dl\1aful:j:ng Con ference" attracted women from throughout the south for the two day jiJrie17th (Photography by Brunson) These ladies who attended the women's conference at Revealing Truth Ministries are: Beverly Harris, Jilliane Brayboy, Pastor Christal Ferguson, First Lady Te-Kisha Fe1guson, Hazel Alexander and Bobbie Hughes. Peggy Dorvil, Claire Desir, Vierge Julien and Veronica Jacques at the women's conference hosted by Pastor Powe. Sounds of Victory from Savannah, GA who attended the conference: Cheryl Perry, Tonya Jackson, DiKenya Clark and Cassandra Reid. Veronica Bryant and K Franchiel Jemison-Barnes. Nekea Fleming, with tools in hand, makes her way into the women's conference. Karen Chester and Tamara G. Ashley at the women's conference. Ladies in attendance included during the Thursday morning session when Judith Matthews was the guest were: Ethel Doby, Lillian Batson, Doris Adams, Ebony Branton, Stasi a Branton and Martha Crenshaw. Jackie Brown, Irlande Marius and Jutlande Eliassaint at the women's conference at Revealing Truth Ministries. Emily Malcolm, Rose Chevallier, Ingrid Johnson and Nadeige Belony at the women's conference. Toy R Walker and Terri Dickerson at the women's conference at Revealing Truth Ministl'ies.

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LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor-Deputy Chief The hiring of a lawyer is an important dccisioo that should not be based decide, ask us to send FREE written information about WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 ($500 Plus Costs) Prar__'tic iJigLaw In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attornev & Counselor At Law cvpiess J>oiiit O(fice Park 10(n4 N Dale Mahrv; Suite 101 Tampa, P1orida33618 (813)269-9706 Adoption Civil/ Personal Injury Guardianship lmmigtation Bankruptcy Probate Wills Call Us. We Can Help. F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 254-8717 J. AITORNEY -AT LAW SPECIALIZING IN: NURSING HOME NEGLECT PERSONAL INJURY PROBATE I lOURS OF OPERATION M-F 9 AM -4 PM. (813) 239-0600 FAX (813) 232-2696 2802 EAST MARTIN LUTHER KING BOUlEVARD SUITE B TAMPA. FLORID/\33610 Business/Corporat!! Personal Injury Family law Wills/Estate Planning Worker's Compensation Bankruptcy "Meeting Legal Needs For Over Twenty Years" Same Day Service Available {813) 961-2802 www.dgplaw.org Local Drama Group To Present 'A Raisin In The Sun' This weekend, Rory Lawrence, founder of RL Productions, will be present ing one of his toughest chal lenges to date and that is to bring to life Lorraine Hansberry's classic play A Raisin In The Sun. The cast will consist of actors who have years of experience a d some who are taking the stage -for the first time ever. This is a part of the vision of RL Productions and that is to give everyone a chance who is willing to come out and put in the work necessary, The cast is as follows: Walter Lee Younger is played by David Wharton, who is currently attending Hillsborough Community College seeking a degree in Dramatic Arts. Lena Younger (mama) is played by Simone Richardson, who has been in several inde pendent films and was in the hit performance The Trip also presented by RL Productions. Beneatha Younger is played by Chicago native, Lakiesha Moore, who has had appearal}.ces in Law and Order and the hit stage play, The Colored Museum. Bobo is played by Tony Stinyard, who debuted in RL Prqductions' first showcase has since gone on to be in seV,eral commercials and independent films. The cast of 'A Raisin In The Sun' during one of their recent rehearsals. Joseph Asagai is pla y ed b y Rory Lawrence who is directing, producing, and act ing in this show. The rest of the cast are all first timers. Travis Younger is played by Jacob Goncalves, George Murchinson is played by Jathaniel Lubin, who has been pursuing modeling locally and abroad and is making his acting debut, and Karl Lindner is played by Jason Saal, who is a partner at !scope Marketing, an internet advertising agency that MATIHEW KOCHEVAR ESQ will a l s o be d ebuting in this production. The cast h a s been training vigorously under the directing/coaching of Jayne Trinette, who recently moved to the Tampa area from New York after touring on Broadway in The Lion King. Ms. Trinette has an extensive background in acting, singing, dance, and coaching. The play will be Saturday at T30 p. m. and Sunday at 3:30 p. m. at the Masq'ue Theatre in Temple Terrace. PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SUP AND FALL, OUR FIRM IS RATED BY MARTINDALE-HUBBELL, THE HIGHEST RATING FOR LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDARD, WORLDWIDE. The llirinJ.: ((A } .\'An lmpor1Ji11 Desi . :irm Thut Shor;/d : Vot 8& IJamd Slllely Upo!! Advertisement. Br;J(n'f:! YrJI! Decidie, A.sk TfJ St:nd Hm FREE Writt.:ulnformat;f;ll.4.hou: Our Qutt!ijic-;;:ions Ami E.v.perlenc:!:.

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Greetin Then MESHA, YVETTE And TAMMIE Now 'TEE,' MESHA And YVETTE Old school friends, still kickin' it in 2009. Happy birthday, 'fTee." From, the We love you ) : BIG RECO And TERRI ld love to wish my husband, Big Reco, a happy 35th birthday o June 22nd May you have many more, my love our wife, Terri. And also wishing you a happy birthday is our son, Lil Reco, C uck and Joel, and our grandson, Mondre. Back In The Day BOBBY YOUNG H a p py b i rthday, Bobby Young, better known a s, King Duck Domino Player. P. S. Skipper, Will, Tater Bug and Hardy. Bring it on Happy Birthday BYRON GREEN 6-29-88 Missing you, but we know it's just a matter of time before you're home. We'll cel ebrate the next birthday with you Love you, Grand.ma, Breasia, mom and all the rest of the family. Subscribe Today! 1r SentJneiBulletin .,'\f>:no_...._>a?I\Ch<(l 'i'''"I'OiiN,..Il "11i. e W)i(: e .. of Our Communitv Speaking for Itse-(f" Ks13) 248-1921 Princess Aniyah ANIYAH H a pp y birthd a y Aniyah. Hop e you h av e a wond e rful birthd a y F rom y our mother a nd f a th er. W e love you! TAMMIE BELLMICKENS And TAMMIE MICKENS ::0 0 c... c z m 1\) 0 0 (0 r 0 :::c 0 )> en m z :::! z m r I m Big birthday wishes going out to m.Y.godmommy. You ll always be the first _lady in our heart. Happy r birthday. !!l Man. Love, Jonecia aJ}.d family. z "tJ c m r c;;, % m 0 m < m -1 c: m en 0 )> z 0 :::c 0 C) m w I m

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en All About Vou c.o N UJ z :J ...., c 0:: LL. Happy Birthday, Bae! MR. And MRS. BOONE Happy birthday, Bae! God > has brought you a long way to < leave you now. Hope you live 0 to see many more birthday fE Love always, your wifey, 0 kids, Ky'Zian, Van'Nyah, Z Ter'Quyanna, Wil'Nyah, <( Wil'Nyan, and goddaughter, Kimora. c en w :l .... > a: w > w c w J: en ::i m :l a. z tu ..J ..J :l m I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL A Changed Woman CHRIS A very special birthday going out to Ms. Chris. P S Thanks to the media for making me a better woman-NYOBIE AMAZA . Happy birthday Little M_iss Nyobie Amaza Fleming, you will be two years old. We love you very much. From, grandma and grand dad. You will celebrate your day in Disneyland on the 28th and 29th. Eric, April, and the Jenkins and Fleming family. HORACE KEENAN, JR., III Happy birthday, Horatio, old are you? c Celebrating with family and May you have many ::more. Love, your wife education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 Happy Anniversary EDDIE JOE MARTIN And ANGElA MARTIN Happy anniversary to my wife, Angie Martin. Twelve years of solid love Congratulations On Your Wedding June 1, 2009 May God continue to bless you both with many more years of happiness together. Carolyn D. Meteye, mother, and family and friends SHAVETTE And ANTONE Mount Calvary junior Academy Kindergarten 8th grade NOW RE&ISTERIN& FOR THE 2009-201 0 SCHOOL YEAR WE OFFER: 1. Bible-based instruction 2 Caring, loving, certified teachers 3. High value at an affordable rate 4. Florida Pride scholarships 5. Computer lab with internet and network 6. A safe drug free environment for students 7. Extracurricular activities 8. Cl1allenging aca<;iemic program 9. Personal attention given to students 10. Outstanding students. 11. Hot, nutritious meals dailv 12. Fully accredited 13. Small class size 14. Before and after school program 15. Reading and math lab s 16. Music (String Ensemble) J:-Training minds, hearts, and hands _Jor worthv and produc tive service. -Call today for a registration packet 813-238-0433 ft . 3111 East Wilder Avenue ti:&J, Tampa Florida 33610 i {

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RACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3001 N 37th St (813) 248-377 Pastor arly Morning Worship-8 AM. Sunday School-9:30AM. Morning Worship 10:50 AM. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P.M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 31 07 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9 :30A.M Morning Worship 10:45 A.M Bible Class 4 :30 P.M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P ROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOO IN CHRIST E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-690 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (fuesday-Friday) ... A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P .M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy GhOst Is In Full Control." OUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 002 N Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@ aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team !ARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. UN DAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. . ORNING WORSHIP -11 A. M. ,,. PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) s Supper (Communion) iUESDAYS PM Prayer Service PM General Bible Study PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SIT-E:MtPieasantMBChurch.org 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-MINISTER 3310 N. 29th St.' TAMPA, FL 33605 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 EMAIL: romello@verizon.net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15 A.M. Morning Worship .. ............... 10:30A. M Evening Bible Class .............. 5 :00 P.M. Evening Worship ................... 6 :00 P M Wednesday Night Class ...... .7:00 P M Personal Work: 1st Sat.. ... 10-12 Noon FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES 4711 21st Ave. REV. Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P M Sunday Schoo l -9 :30 A. M. Morning Worship-10: 55 A. M Church Van-(813) 627-0338 HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Hillsboroug!l High School 5000 N. -central Ave. Tampa FL 33603 REV. DELORES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Service 8 :00 A. M Bible Study Tuesday 7 :00P.M. New Mt Silla M. B Church 5702 E 32nd Ave Tampa FL 33619 New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 (813) 986-3971 (813) 610-1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. Pastor Weekly Services : Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sun. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Wed. Night : Youth Prayer Serv ice And Bible Study Thurs Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers" / Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me."-Phil. 4 :13 ST. MAlTHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims @tampabay .rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 :45 A M. Sunday School 9 :30a.m. Morning Wor ship 11 a m Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed 7:30 8:30 p m Praise & Worship Service Wed 8 : 30 -9 p.m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 -8 : 30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10 a .m. Ya,!,l,ljl Bible Institute 12-4 P-rn : Teen Night ( fore the 2nd Sunday 7 1 1 p .m. REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 50th Street a, 33619 GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. 813 -L"'T-'--.......... ._. Sunday Morning Church School@ 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship@ 11:00 A.M. Thursday Night Youth Bible Study@ 6:30 P.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study@ 7 :00P.M. College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 Nort11 30th Street 813-239-3161 Wnr.,hi n Opportunities SUNDAY Sunday .1 9:30.A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 AM . vP.ww -6 :ooP. M Evel')ing Worship 7:oo P ,M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M =======::!:! .Sunday School -9 : 45 a m. Morning Worship -11 a.m. Evening Worship-5 p m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m Visitors Are Welcome! DR.THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning. Worship -11A.M. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P.M :::c c c... c: z m "' "' 0 0 <0 ., r 0 :a c > C/) m z ::! z m r I m c: r r m ::! z "0 c: m c C/) ::z:: m c m < m :a -< -4 c: m C/) c > z c ., :!:! c G') m (11 I m

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r------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 0 N cO N w z ::l .., IX u.. c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::l t-> IX w > w c w :I: en ::; m ::l ll. z ..J ..J ::l m ...:. w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. m I <0 w (.!) -Don't Worrv; He's Got You. Covered We are living in a day and time when people are suffer ing from high blood pressure, increased stress levels, and panic attacks. These iridivid uals are not just the unsaved and the unchurched. There are many people who are in the church, saved, sanctified, and filled with the Holy Ghost who are dealing these issues. These things are not new to the body of Christ or the peopie of God. This week's lesson from Exodus 14:15-25,30a shows that children of Israel suffered from \}nnecessary stress and panic, even Moses the leader. This lesson teaches the peo ple today who believe in the power of God not to worry because He has them cov ered. The lesson this week Will give you several reasons why not to worry when yo u find yourself in various trying THE SOUTHERN TONES GOSPEL SINGERS OF TAMPA, FLORIDA Cordially Invite You And Your Group To Come Out And Celebrate With Us On Our 47TH fl. Sunday, June 28, 2009 3:00 P.M. Grace Mary Missionary Baptist Churcfli(j' :: Rev. T. J. Reed, Pastor :;-:: ,/, 3901 37th Street Tampa All Groups And Soloists Are Invited To AttehB. For More Information Contact Brother Williams {813) 374-6167 Or {813) 5oo-G75S ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL. 3401 E: 25th Avehnue,Tampa, FL {Corner Of 34th st. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax:. 242.-8076 Careline: 24B-HELP Bishop Edclie N&Wkittt, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A. M Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon lnterc ;ssory Prayer w!Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30P. M FreeTutorial. . .. 6:45 P. M. Adult & Youth MirJ Week Service Email Us At stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP. EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK situations and problems seem to be increasing. Why are you crying? Move forward (vs. 15). God speaks these words to Moses. He said them for Moses' benefit and the people. Why are so many of God's people crying about their situation? Why are they so stressed out about small problems and big situations? God said to Moses, move forward. God does not want you to keep sitting in your situation pouting and crying. He wants you to know that He is in control and has the power to deliver you from what you are facing now just as He delivered you from what you were against before. Move forward! I will harden their heart and make them follow you so I can gain honor and glory (vv. 16-18). Have you ever c onsidered that some of your problems, issues,-and situa tions really have nothing to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastors Office: (813) 672-0389 Academy Office: (813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Mail: fbcopv@tampabay.rr.com OR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor AduiVChildren Worship Times 7:30A.M & 10:55 A.M. 4:ll:l!fili)ii!J) .Sunday-9:45A.M -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday-11 A M -Adult . !;ldnesday-7 P.M. -Youth! Children 7:30P M Adult A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible Institute Growing The Church For Global Change (Acts I :8, Rom. 1:8, I Thes. I :8) do with you? Here is a thought: God is just using your life to get glory for Himself! God is in control of you, your situation and your enemy. He is working this out. He is orchestrating this plan. He is doing what He wants to do. The sooner you accept this fact and trust Him, your stress and panic level will decrease. No matter what, the enemy will not get you. Why? The angel and the pillar of cloud that were in front of them went and stood behind them. And a cloud of darkness stood between them that the enemy could not see them (vv. 19,20). You know the enemy is near you. You can feel his presence and hear the sound of his host. But the assurance you have is that he can't get to you. God stood between the Egyptians and the Israelites. Although you see and hear your enemy you don't have to fear and worry because God is standin" g between you and them and they can't get to you. As the Egyptians followed Sl Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 *Building On A Firm Foundation* Sunday Sd1ool 9:30A.M. 5c.ntay wonhip 1 o-.ss A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Stuify6:30P.M Trans rtation Services Availiwle Abe Brown G Family Trip Schedule. --#1 2nd Saturday Trip S25.00/PERSON* CHILDREN: $12.50 #1 DEPARTURE: 5:00A.M. #2 DEPARTURE: 7:00A.M. Marion C.l. & Work Camp ................ : .. .... : : .... : ...... Lowelf, FC Lowell C.l. & Work Camp ............................................ Lowell, FL -Gainesville C.l. & WorkCamp ........... ; ... .-.. .. : ....... FL ;PUtnam C.I.. ....... : ................................................ East Palatk,(FL . I : #1 2nd Sunday Trip $25.00/PERSON* CHILDREN: $12.50 #1 DEPARTURE: 5:00A.M. #2 DEPARTURE: 7:00A.M. Ham_ilton Annex & Work Camp ........................................... Jasper, FL Madison C. I. & Work Camp .............................................. Madison, FL Jefferson C.I ................................................................... Monticello, FL FCI Tallahassee ........... _. ............................................... Tallahassee, FL PLEASE CONTACT THE MINISTRY OFACE FOR ADDmONAL INFORMATION 'Each trip requires that the riders arrive at the Ministry one-hall hour eartier than departure. LOCATION: 2921 N. 29th Street Tampa, FL PHONE: (813) 247-3285 the Israelites, their chariots had trouble and could not travel ahead. They realized that it was the Lord fighting for the Israel (vv. 23-25). Even if your enemy tries to pursue you, he cannot go where you go. The path God has made is for you and if your enemy tries to follow you he will have difficulty That is why you see in your life today that when some people try to come after you, they always have a problem to show up in their own life. What God has made for you, is for you. The Egyptians realized that it was the Lord who was fighting for the Israelites. Oftentimes your enemy will recognize that the Lord is fighting for you before you do. The people can't see God covering them because they are too busy focusing on their situation. God has you covered. He has your back. In the vernac ular of the kids, "He's got yo' back". Don't fear! Don't fret! Stop Crying! God has you right where He wants you. You just keep moving forward. Whatever is behind you is behind you. Most important, you have to know that God is behind you. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W Palmetto St. 879-1351 REV. ANTHONY GREENE, Pastor Sunday School-9 :30A.M. Morning Worship-11 A.M. Prayer & Bible Study Wednesday-7:30 P.M. "To Know Chris! And To Make Christ Known" FIRST BAPI'IST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa (813) 248-6600 EVAN BURROWS Senior Pastor Early Worship -7:50a.m. Sunday School -9:45 a .m. Morning Worship-10:50 a.m. For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at 621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service -6:30 p .m. Bible Study-7:30p m Visit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org info@fbcch.org

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, :c cal Podiatrist Announces Grand Opening Ollaser Nail Solutions _-< 'c z m celebrate 20 years as a physi cian. His new office will be located at 812 West Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Bou levard Suite 101. The new office will provide a new adva n ced laser treatment for funga l n ails Dr. Sheeh y sa i d na i l f u n gus is very common "About 85% of pati ents over 60 h ave i t and y ounger peopl e get it because of unsanitize d p e di cures The primary reas o n f o r g etting the fung u s i s it's h e redit a ry. S econda ry, it is a n environ m enta l p ro bl e m lik e athl e t e s th a t go to the gym. Dr. Sheehy s a id the new treatment w a s developed in C a lifornia 5 years ago, and is just entering the market. There are no after effects with this treatment. Before this procedure, it was treated through oral medication and that does have side effects A patient who prefers the pill must have their liver moni-local Obama Supporter Spreads News About Health Relorm Theresa Brown, "Organizing For America" volu teer, is announcing a Health Reform Initiative gath ring for t his Saturday, June 27th from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Paul Sanders Park, 3319 South Kings Avenue in Bran on. M Brown is a Community ealth Advisor for the. Healt Department's Getting Into itness Today (G.I.F.T.) camp ign, as well as a member f (he Rivers of Life Chur h Ministries Health and Heal ng Ministry, a YMCA train d fitness instructor, and a reti ed federal civil servant empl yee T e event is part of the "Org nizing For America" Tam a Team effort to spread the essage about the president' health reform initiative. B responding to the pres ident' call to host a "Health Refo m Initiative Day," I've reach d out and urged local chur hes, organizations, frien s neighbors, and the com unity to get involved, said s. Brown. I ve put in a lo't' of hours organ zing this initial step to prom< ting health care equali ty i n I illsborough county and make hange a reality. T e event will offer an ill!por ant opportuni ty for th e l a ype son to tell his or h e r r ea l st ry to W as hing ton D C THERESA BROWN The Obama Tampa Team will be available to interview and take your story or concerns back to Washington. Your story can be about your personal health challenges or those of a loved one, a friend or a neighbor or its impact on your life. G I.F.T. is a free service to local communities, companies and agencies that offers ways for getting and staying health. The program involves health information, education, ser vices and physical activity. It is a program taken where people live and work where transportation is difficult, and health care limited. If y ou are interested in the ongoing G.I .F.T. program and want to become a volunte er, call (813) 307-8071. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. to red monthly." Dr. Sheehy said a person w it h the fungus will notice their toenail t u rning yellow, getting thick, and white debris u nder the nail. Th e new laser treatment procedure is p ainless and takes only 30 to 45 minut es to perform. It is considered a cosme tic procedure Dr. S h eehy has been u sing laser treatm ents for two decades, a n d i s ve r y comfortable wi t h the proc e -1\l dure. 51'> 1\) Reporter Leon B. o Crews can b e reached at (813) 248-0724, or e m aile d at l c rews@tlsentn e l.com. lntenational Sttmme,. Conventions Tampa, Florida June 29 July 3, 2009 Tampa Convention Center 333 S. Franklin Street; Tampa, FL 33602 9r. tn,t( J . Supt 1 I.#; AUYI: 4POQ. 3 :QQ pm HyattRegencyTamAARegen cy Ballroom; 2iiNoithTampa street T ampa, Florida of God in lnt; .. .......... r-0 0 )> en m z :::! z m r-1 aJ c r rm :::! z ., c aJ r-c;; :::z: m 0 m < m -f c: m en 0 )> z 0 "TT :::D 6 C) m ...... I aJ

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mr--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Local t.O N New Branch 01 Fifth Third ""') Bank Opens In East Tampa Last week, members of the community gathered for the grand opening ceremony of the newest branch of Fifth Third Bank. The newly constructed building is located at 2602 E. Hillsborough Avenue, and its opening marks the first new bank in the area in several years. (Photography b y BRUNSON and Cherylene Levy). Among those in attendance at the Grand Opening of the new Fifth Third Bank were Evangeline Best and Beverly Grant. ANDRAMYERS FEAlURING PRODUCER, COMPOSER, AND GOSPEL RECORDING ARTIST $5 DONATION AND CANNED GOOD REQUESTED FOR ADMISSION DR. MILTON BIGGHAM SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 2009 4 P.M. THE COLLEGE HILL CONFERENCE CENTER -FORMERLY THE PHILADELPHIA M. B CHURCH -1003 MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD. TAMPA, FL 33603 -ALSO FEATURING -&NOUMrTS LACKEY AI Donations will go to the COACH Faith Based & Prison Ministry For more information call 813-972-3409 PRESENTED BY THE COACH fOUN),(I'I()N coumEHIU. CONFERENCE cemR 'Juneteenth' SPirit Alive At Detention Center On June 19, 2009, Hillsborough County teachers and the Hillsborough Juvenile Detention West staff provided education and fun activities for the students. The students engaged in a Civil War trivia and a watermelon eating contest with other students and staff members They also got the chance to see a reenactment of the Civil War performed by the 39th North Carolina Team. As the day preceded, Mr. Albert Greer, Retired Army Civilian, talked with the students about education before the Civil War and how very important it is to get an education today Center staff leader, Darlene Babineau, participates m the watermelon eating contest. This is the Civil War Reenactment group that travels all over the state. To the far right is Albert Greet. Steffan Vann BET' s CornlcVlew, Bishop TO Jales Megafest Christian Comedy Show Thl.(rsc(at1, jl.(lf:1 :2, Sheraton RiverwalkTampa, Fl Show Times: 7pm and lOpm Doors Open at 6:00pm & 9 :00pm Special Price of Only $10.00 Adults $5.00 (IOand Under) With Special Musical Guests Cepeda Mckay & No limit' Rahn Hortman Studio 10 Jokers Wild wioner .

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Social Birthday Celebrants June celebrants this month are: Mo. Amanda Miller, Mrs. Vanessa Biggs Johnson (Winter Haven), Ms. Patricia Coleman, Mrs. Jacqueline SamCarter, Mrs. Beverly Brown, Crystal Frazier, Charlotte Cannon, Mrs. Charlotta Baker and Jose Anderson. Happy birthday wishes are also extended to the following folks whose natal day is this month (June): Yannick Brown, Mary Hobley, Jewell Jordan, Marquis J. Barnes, Kimberly Rodrigez-Troy, Tyrone Timmons, Quinten Martinez, Amos Sheffield, Betty Gaines. Lois Pullen, Tareyton Everett, Isaiah Alexander, Helen Barnes, Desmond McGill, Brezdan White; Clemon Jackson, Jr, Jacqueline Preston, Kenneth Washington, Mae Frances Lundy, Dwayne Sanders. Jr., Leslie Hawkins, Jr., Participate in Maurice Palmer, Lizzie Banks, Dione Scott, Ear\ine Hayes, William Jr., Steven Curtis Sails, III, Wanida Walker, Tonya Maio, Irene Keaton, David Davis, V, Pastor Roszell White and Mr. Kevin Anderson, Sr. Uplifting Prayers He did not bring us this far to leave us : Uplifting prayers are being extended to: Mrs. Cathy Kirsey, Mrs. Mildred Hanna (John Knox Village), Mrs. Della Vickers, Bro. Wilbert and Elaine Johnson, Mrs Bert Mrs. Helen Dorsey, Mrs. Washington and family, Mrs. Lula Philon, Mrs. Inez Green, Mrs. Tonya Simmons, Mrs. Victoria Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Perry King, Mrs. Lena Conyers, Leroy J. Mack (Albany, GA), and Dr. Fern Moore. Get well prayers are extend ed to all of the sick and shutins including : Mrs. Hazel Petty, Mrs. Henrietta Peterson, Mrs. Marie Benson and Mrs. Leila Felder-Moss. Get well wishes go out to Lil Master Miguel Lugo, who recently underwent surgery. Nine year old, Miguel is home and getting better everyday with the help of his mother, Monica, his grandmother, Mrs. Ada Lee and older brother, Ricky. Speedy Recovery Eugene Lane (brother of Minister George Harris and brother-in-law of Anna) was hospitalized on Saturday, June 20. at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater His mother, Mrs. Tommie Lane is asking for prayers for Eugene (a.k.a, Gene) and for herself and her son, Roy, as they are traveling back and forth from Alabama to Clearwater. Sympathy Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of the late Dr. Junius Moore. Dr. Moore, who recently passed away was a member of St. James AME Church Heartfelt condolences to the entire family of the late Ms. Jada Barner. Ms. Barner is the daughter of Mrs. Debra Brown Barner, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Victoria Brown. Ms. Barner will be funeralized on June 27. Our sympathy i s extended to Mrs. Juanita Cook and her entire family in the recent loss of her cousin, Ms. Patricia Jackson. Congratulations! Wow! Congratulations goes out to Chamberlain High's Dentarius Locke, who won his first !'Nike Outdoor National's Crown, Friday in Greensboro, NC, capturing the 100 meter title in 10.59 seconds Congratulations to Ms. Roshonda Renee Andrews, who was a recent graduate from the University of South Florida. Roshonda received her Master of Arts Degree in Education Summa Cum Laude. Special Father's Day Mr. Ben Brown began his day worshipping at Springhill Baptist Church (MLK) with daughters, son-in-law and grandson. After church the family gathered at Chan and Bill Dilsworth's home in Seffner. Three generations of family enjoyed dinner, games, movies and talking. Mr. ended his day with hi vorite dessert, We can help you findthe balance between <;()mfort and co"c;ervation. ., :::D c )> "chocolate cake." Also, Father 's Day was cele-2 brated by the fathers at St. z Joseph's Missionar y Baptist m Church They were all treated to a 1\,) meal prepared by "Simply g Good Restaurant." (Q Scripture (John 21:25) And there are also p1any other things which Jesus did, the which if they be l!Jritten every one I suppose that even the world itself c;ould not contin the that should be written ,_ Thought For Today "Enjoy the little things for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things!" F. Y.I. Let us keep President Barack Obama an: 0 m z ::1 z m r;m c: r r-z "D c: llJ r-W ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m (J) c )>. z c ., :::D B Balancing the comforts of life with the need to save energy is easier with conservation programs like Tampa Electric ;s iiie Audit. Just for participating, you'll receive eight free compact fluorescent light bulbs. Learn more about this_ and other conservation programs, including Heating and Cooling, DUctwork and more, at tampaelectric.com. Our energy-effiCiency programs are some of the many ways we're balancing increased demands for electricity with our commitments to affordable rates and environmental stewardship. We utilize diverse fuel sources, continue to explore renewable energy options, and are making a 1 0-year, $1.2 billion investment in cleaner processes and technology. By working together, we all do our part. C> m cp llJ

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ID 0 ,.... w (!) Independent Chamber Of Commerce Meeting Th e Indep endent Cha mb e r of C omme rc e held its rec ent me e ting a t th e n e w Fifth Th ir d Bank. (Photography b y Brunson) E. Ingram, Esq., & Delano S. Stewart, Esq. Community Focused Areas Of Practice: Criminal Defense DUI, Felony, Traffic Personal Injury Auto Accidents, Slip & Fall Medical Malpractice (813) 221-4454 Please Note Our New Address: 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 760 Tampa, Florida 33602 AV Rated Lawyer 1 i['l" 7 45 Of 4_ _/). .. ,_ To Our Commumty Stlll Workmg For You J The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience Representing radio station WfMP, midday dis c jockey, Aminta Goynes and station manager; Jim Kozlowski. Ernesia Woodard, Jewel A. Miller and Deidra Simmons attended the Independent Chamber of Commerce meeting. 505 East .lackson St. Suite Banister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW (813) 387-7724 About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree A (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK ''CALL RICKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY ....... Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs. /Day FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS

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________ Local Breast Cancer Iselyn Dallas, CEO of I'm A Survivor Inc. and Ken Underwood, own e r of N e ph ews Bar 8-Q t ea m ed tog e ther to present BBQ, Bikers and Breast Cancer Survivo rs. The e ven t was aimed at letting th e community know th a t they are aware a nd they care. Loca l bikers took a rid e with a purpos e' fr o m Hoot e r s a t Channels id e to Nephews BBQ o n 40th St. The event also included a community 40th St. Th e community was invit ed to come out and help with this event. donat e d t o Moffitt Cancer Center Witness Project, Faces of Courage and Felecia owner of Books For Thought. Each r ece ived a $200 donation from th e event. (Phon) for putting together this breast cancer left, Ken Underwood, lselyn Dallas, Shanice Dallas. Those who attended the event were Mrs. Bebley, Anguella and Daizsa. Dina Hargrove, Felecia Wintons-Taylor and Iselyn Dallas at the breast cancer fundraiser. :!;! 0 c... c z m 1\J Ol 1\J 0 0 <.0 r 0 ::0 Several from the community set up tables to display their wares. Shown here are, Regina Williams, Doris Williams and Taylor Williams. en m z ::! z m I m c r r m ::! z "'D c m r en ::1: Enjoying the fun and festivities at Nephews BBQ were Dr. Pat E. Duoar, Sheila Turner and Tiffany Turner. m < m ::0 -< -1 c: m fun and to be a part of the fundraiser were ..... '"''"'" Pruitt and Rick Houston. Invest in a sure thing en c > z c ::0 Ken Underwood and Randall C at the held at Nephews BBQ. Yourself! Register Now! Applications for fall admission must be received no later than August 10 for classes starting August 24. www.hccfl.edu c CommunHy www .hccll. edu C') m

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Tampa, FL www.marshsmiles.com It Ia our olllce poUcy that the paUent and any other person rnoponslble for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or to be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination or treatment which Ia performed aa a of and wtthln 72 hours of responding to the advertlsment for the free dlocounted-fee or reduced fee servvice, examination or treabnent Accepting New Patients, Including Children E.x.an.., Cleaning & FIIUngs Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns {Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Exbactlon Implant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Discounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard {1 Blk South OfW. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Health News Goutil What is gout? G out is a kind of arthritis. It can cause an attack of sudden burning pain, stiffness, and swelling in a joint, usually a big toe. These attacks can happen over and over unless gout is treated. Over time, they can harm your joints, tendons, and other tissues. Gout is most common in men What causes gout? Gout is caused by too much uric acid in the blood. Most of the time, having too much uric acid is not harmful. Many people with high levels in their blood never get gout. But when uric acid lev els in the blood a re too high the uric acid may form hard crystals in y our joints. Your chances of getting gout are higher if you are overweight, drink too much alcohol or eat too much meat and fish tliat are high in chemicals called purines. Some medicines, such as water pills (diuretics), can also bring on gout attacks in your foot, ankle, or knees. The attacks can last a few days or many weeks before the pain goes away. Another attack may not hap pen for months or years. See your doctor even if your pain from gout is gone The buildup of uric acid that led to your gout attack can still harm your joints How is gout diagnosed? Your doctor will ask ques tions about your symptoms and do a physical exam. Your doctor may also take a sam ple of fluid from your joint to look for uric acid crystals. This is the best way to test for gout. Your doctor may also do a blood test to measure the amount of uric acid in your blood. How is it treated? To stop a gout attack, your doctor can give you a shot of corticosteroids, or prescribe a large daily dose of one or more medicines. The doses will get smaller as your symptoms go away. Relief from a gout attack often begins within 24 hours if you start treatment right away. a spirin. It ca n make gout w or se b y r a i s in g th e uri c acid level in th e blood To p reve nt f utur e a tt ac ks, your d octor ca n presc rib e a medicin e to r e du c e uri c ac id buildup in y our blo od. If y our doctor prescrib es medicin e to lower y our uric ac id levels be sure to take it a s directed. Most people continue to take this medicine for the rest of their lives Paying attention to what you eat may help you manage your gout. Eat moderate amounts of a healthy mix of foods to control your weight and get the nutrients you need. Avoid regular daily intake of meat, seafood, and alcohol (especially beer). Drink plenty of water and other fluids. Remember, You are the "Heartbeat of our Community" I am not a Doctor. I am a Licensed Health Insurance Consultant providing you with documented researchec information that can assist you in your health care. If you are having any of these symp toms please contact your health professional as soon as possible. ,'Jlat are the symptoms? The most common sign of To ease the pain during a gout attack, rest the joint that hurts. Taking ibuprofen or another anti-inflammatory medicine can also help you feel better. But don' t take If you are on Medicare, Medicaid or disabled with Medicare, there are plans available to assist you that have $o premiums and $o co-pay for Medicare exams for people age 65 and older Also, we have prescription drug plans that allow you to get your generics 90-day sup ply at $o, as well as trans portation. Please contact Jacki Webb, your Licensed Health Consultant (813-545-2665) to find a plan that best fits your needs at NO COST TO YOU. Introducing: Laser Nail Solutions Foot Pain Ankle Pain Heel Pain Wound Care Bunions Nail Deformities Corn & Calluses Sports Medicine NEW Medi-Pedicure Available PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. Board Certified Academy Of Ambulatory Foot & Anlcle Surgery 2123 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd Sulte102 Tampa, Florida 33607 1703 PalmettoAve. Plant FL 33563 We Accept Most .. r\iiv 1 For 81 .gout is a nighttime attack of :. tenderness redness, and sharp pain in your big toe You can also get gout Ten Steps To A Healthv Heart These 10 important tips will ensure that men remain healthy and fit for life. 1. Eat healthly. A diet, low in fat but high in fruits and vegetables. 2 Get physical. At least 30 minutes of physical activi ty at least 5 days a week. 3 Annual physical exams and screenings are a must. Black men that are 40-plus should make an appointment to be screenec for colorectal cancer, the sec ond leading cause of cancerrelated deaths in the country. 4 Love the skin you're in. Skin care cancer is highly preventable yet it's the most common form of cancer in the us. 5 Click It or Ticket. Safety first wearing a hel met while biking and a seatbelt in the car can protect men from serious injury and even death in the event of a crash. 6. Drink Responsibly. Contrary to popular p elief, alcohol is a depressant that slows down the body and STEPIEI A. WilliAMS, I.D., PJ. {BOARD CERTIFIED PEDIATRICIAN) Call For Flu Shots see IIIIIs From 111 8-21 Years W Same IIJ IIDIIIIIIIDII I I Mon .. Tues . Thurs. 9 A.M.-&P.M. Wed .. Fri .. 8:30A.M. 5P.M. mind impairing coordina tion and vision and slowing reaction time and clear think ing. Never drink and drive. 7 Say No to Tobacco. Avoid tobacco of all kinds to dramatically reduce your risk of premature death and dis ability from a myriad of ail ments. 8. Prevent'"Arthritis. The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis. Men can lessen the pain through weight control and injury pre yention as well as early diag!losis and an appropriate J;Uanagement plan. 9 Not Just for Kids. Get Vaccinated. An astonishingly high number of adults become ill, disabled and die each from diseases that could have easily been prevented by vaccines. to. Spend a Little QT. Play time is never over! 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0) 0 0 N <0 N w z ::J ..., c a: LL. c a: LL. c z w c w :::z:: en :J m ::;) a. z i= w ...J ...J ::;) m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL. Man Gets 21M For alse Imprisonment Principal, Assistant Principal Arrested Texas District Wins Voting Rights Act Exemption JUAN JOHNSON case. attorneys say that is the amount ever awarded a wrongful conviction in history. Johnson says he is to the jury and his for the large award. ""-""'"'"-"'d says he was by a Chicago police who specialized in investigations. ohnson was convicted eventually acquitted of to death a man with a n.,_,Tnttr. Despite that, of Chicago lawyers do not Johnson is innocent. Statesville is pure hell. ou a r e surrounded among the w orst I didn t expect to sur v i v e I ga v e up hope," said Johnson. He may have given up hope but Juan Johnson's lawyers never did Johnson was 19 when he was sentenced to a 30 year prison term for a 1989 Humboldt Park murder he says he didn't commit. Five years ago, a jury acquitted him in a retrial and on Monday, a federal jury awarded Johnson with the largest wrongful conviction jury award in Chicago history. "What we proved in this federal case that his convic tion was not an accident but he was a victim of police misconduct by Officer Guevara," said Jon Loevy, Johnson's attorney Johnson's attorneys claim the now retired Area 5 Chicago Police Detective Reynaldo Guevara framed Johnson. "This is a murder that hap pened in a public place. There were 150 witnesses, there s all kinds of physical evidence. He managed to close it in a couple of hours, getting peo ple who didn't even see it to point the finger at Juan Johnson," said Loevr: JAMES BERRY And DORETHAALEXANDER ATLANTA-Police say a suburban Atlanta principa] and his assistant principal have been arrested in con nection with an investigation into whether student test scores were altered to improve school performance. Former Atherton Elemen tary principal James Berry was arrested at home Friday. Assistant principal Doretha Alexander turned herself in to police and was later released on bond They face charges of alter ing public documents. The arrests follow an audit last week that found a high number of eraser marks on tests from four Georgia schools, including Atherton State officials have said the higher scores helped the schools meet federal standards. Berry resigned last week, while Alexander was reassigned by district officials. Neither has returned multi ple calls seeking comment. WASHINGTON --The Votihg Rights Act, the government's chief weapon against racial discrimination at places since the survived a Supreme Court challenge Monday in a rulihg that nevertheless wan1ed of serious constitutional questions posed by part 'ofthe law. Major civil rights groups and 'other defenders of the landmark law breathed a sigh of relief when the court ruled narrowly in favor of a small Texas governing authority while sidestepping the larger constitutional issue. approval before making changes in the way elections are conducted. The court. said that the Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District No. 1 in Austin, Texas, could apply to opt out of the advance approval requirement, reversing a lower federal court that ruled it could not. The district appears to meet the requirements to bail out, although the high court did not pass judgment Monday on that point. POlice: Woman leh4 Kids In sweltering Van The Governor s Offi ce of .ti;;i' ,;,::student Achievements preaudit results : <.!:C t e'V,ealed that someone deli b changed students' '"" .\-'"a'ft.s:Wers on the sth grade cR:cr math re-test . After argument in late April, it appeared the court's conservatives could have a majority to strike down part of the law as unne c essary in an era marked by the election of the first AfricanAmerican president. But with only one justice in dissent, the court avoided the major questions raised over the section of the voting law that requires all or parts of 16 states mainly in the South and with a history of discrimination in voting to get Justice Department Five months after B ,arack Obama became president, Chief J .ustice John Roberts said the justices decided not to determine whether dramatic civil rights gains means the advance approval requirement is no longer necessary. That larger issue, Roberts said, "is a difficult constitutional question we do not answer today." Attorney General Eric Holder called the decision a victory for voting rights and said the court "ensured that this law will continue to protect free and fair access to the voting booth." w""'""' was arrested over the nd after she left four in a swelteringly hot as she went shopping at a police said. 1La1tavll'!nf' Square Mall secu officers noticed the chil n in the van Saturday 6News' Ericka Flye children, ages 11, 9, 7 an infant, were cooped in the van with no adults sight, said Indianapolis Sgt. Bryce Wolf, who working security at the olf approached the van spoke to a frightened 11-girl inside. She asked, 'Am I in trouble? Did I do something I wasn't supposed to?"' Wolf said "I assured her I was only there to make sure she was OK. The girl unlocked the van's door, and that' s when Wolf saw she wasn't alone Two children were in the front of the van and two more were in a cargo area in the back. Wolf said the air con ditioner was not on, and when he opened the door, he could feel how hot it was inside. "The air just hit me in the face hot, humid air and I realized then it was a serious situation and the kids had been there for quite a while," Wolf said. The children were taken to use a restroom and given fresh bottled water. About 30 minutes later, their godmoth er, Shannon Haskins, 36, came walking out of the mall. "She just said she was only going to be in the mall for 30 minutes, for 45 minutes, and told the kids to stay in the car and didn't think it was that big of a problem," Wolf said. 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 RECYCLING COLLECnON ON FRIDAY, JULY 3rd, 2009. The City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management WILL NOT provide make-up garbage and recycling collection services for residential customers whose regularly scheduled collection falls on Friday, July 3rd, 2009. Garbage and recycling collection for these custom ers will resume on Tuesday, July 7th. For more information on this change 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.

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m 0 0 N <.0 N w z :::::> ...., c a: u. c a: LL c z w c w en :; m ::l a. z i= w ..J ..J ::l m ..=. w z i= z w en t3 a: 0 ..J LL Entertainment Plies' Debut's His First Single, 'Beckv' PLIES If these rappers stick to their schedules, September is going to be a huge month for hip-hop. Jay-Z announced his Blueprint 3 for September 11, while Guccj Mane and 50 Cent also told M7V News they are dropping that month as well. Add one more name to the list now: Plies. He's coming with Goon Affiliated less than six months after putting out Da Realist. The Florida native chose MTV News to debut his first single, "Becky." "Some of you all will be mad at me for saying this, but I'm in love with Becky!" the MC said in a statement. As promised, Goon Affiliated will feature some special guest MCs, a first for a Plies album. Plies told us in April that there were three Big Apple spitters he was thinking about reaching out to for his album. "I was open about being a big supporter of Jadakiss," Plies said of the LOX member. "I met him in Philly, but like I told him, I was f--ing with him for a while. I never forget the line he used about how he was 'the first man to cook base on a Foreman grill.' That was the sh-! And then I'm a big Maino fan, as well as [Fabolous]. Those thre. e dudes I always f--with." Maxwell Set To Release First Album In Seven Years MAXWELL NEW YORK--Sade did it. It's been nine years since she released "Lovers Rock," which sold 3.9 million copies in the United States, accord ing to Nielsen SoundScan. D'Angelo did it. It's been the same amount of time since he put out his platinum selling set "Voodoo." Lauryn Hill did it. "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" six-times platinum came out 11 y ears ago. A vanishing act has become practically de rigueur for R&B musicians of a certain caliber (although Sade and D'Angelo are supposed to release albums this fall). Many make a mega-hit album or two, collect Grammy Awards and critical accolades -and then disappear. Now, after being on hiatus since 2002, Maxwell born Maxwell Rivera is step ping back on the public stage. On July 7, the 36-year-old Brooklyn native will release his long-awaited, oftendelayed fourth studio album, "BLACKsummer's-night," the first installment of a trilogy, through Columbia Records. Maxwell first announced the trilogy in 2005, saying the releases would be full of heart-pounding melodies and true to-life love stories. "The time away gave me a better appreciation of things, so I took the time I needed to live to make this album something of substance," he says now. "People tend to be so hell bent on remaining famous that you become desensitized to the music industry to some level. But my passion is making music and promoting and s upport ing great musicians." 'Idol' Champ Sparks Readv For 'Banle' JORDIN SPARKS NEW YORK --Even J ordin Sparks knows how giddy she sounds. As the 19-year-old "American Idol" champ rat tles off a list of favorite tracks from her new album "Battlefield" -due out July 21 on 19 Recordings/Jive Records her excitement is contagious. "I can't wait for you to hear them," she says. ''I'm sure you can hear the smile in my voice." There are plenty of reasons why Sparks is so happy. She's been to give her second set more attention than her 2007 self-titled debut, which was recorded in four weeks and rushed to stores soon after the Phoenix, Ark., native won "American Icjpl." That album sold 1 mil liion copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. This time, Sparks spent four months writing and recording, entering the studio in January. "I knew I'd be able to get more involved because we had the time," Sparks says. "It's an amaz ing feeling to put my experi ences on paper, and all of a sudden it becomes a song." Like Sparks' debut, "Battlefield" leans heavily toward midtempo pop ballads with some songs skew ing into R&B territory. The title track, produced and co written by Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic, debuted at No. 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 the week after Sparks intro duced it on Idol." [8131 248 Young Jeezv Brings Out lil wavne At Birthdav Bash ATLANTA-On Saturday, there was definitel y a little tension in the air, mixed with exci tement and anticipation for the city s annual super show, radio station Hot 107.9 's Birthday Bash at the Philips Arena. For a decade and a half the station has brought together the best of the best in hip-hop and R&B for one gigantic shindig. This year, the city was anticipating two of their hometown bigwigs, Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy. The two rocked the concert last year and, for Gucci, it was almost like a coming-out party the fans sang along to all his mixtape hits and Mane reestablished himself as being very hot in the streets. Jeezy was actually elevating to the next level of his career already huge in the 'hood, the Snowman gave the mainstream a wakeup call, bringing out his Grammy Award-winning peers Usher and Kanye West to join him onstage. Young stole the show and was rewarded with the head lining spot at this year's Bash. Recently, problems that Young and Gucci have had with each other in the past have been brought back to the forefront with the release of Mane's The Writing's on the Wall mixtape and Jeezy's retaliation song, "24-23 (Kobe, LeBron)." So would these two bring the beef to the Bash? No dis records -just good music, as both Gucci and J eezy showed up with big YOUNGJEEZV AndLILWAYNE sets. Jeezy did it again, with undoubtedly the biggest sur prise and most talked about money moment of the night bringing out Lil Wayne. The two, who are going out on tour this summer as part of the America's Most Wanted Music Festival, shook hands center stage. Wayne hit the crowd with a nice set-up jab, his verse and chorus to Birdman's "Always Strapped," then ended his mini-set and the show with one of rap's summer anthems, "Every Girl. Shortly before bringing out Wayne, Jeezy introduced. Mary J. Blige to the audi ence. The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul didn't perform, but expressed adulation for the Snowman as she told the crowd that he was "Mr. Birthday Bash." Young started his set with hits such as Who Dat," "Bottom of the Map," and the always reliable crowd pleaser, "Bi--Get Your Mind Right."

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tertainment Jamie Foo Thanks Halle Berrv For Awards Show Kiss en the Spike Guys' Awards aired Sunday men celebrated the that is Oscar ,winner Berry by honoring with the Decade of HJJLuc'"" award. it was Berry' who used awards show as a platto show the world 4er c mic side when she nsely kissed presenter Foxx, parodying the Oscars moment when Brody kissed her winning the Best Actor phy. The kiss and the s ow, which taped last ..... ,. ... u. made their big debut Sunday And Foxx, as you might agine, isn't complaining t it. "Halle R-erry's attractive and"fgi{s very' '-:.t-' .. .,.,.. ..... :lips.-I justre app"t.ef i :"You'Kfiow ( fiecaiise I t s very intense," he told New$. "Things .hap-. ._ . pen." Foxx described the whole thing as a "great joke," but was also fully aware of the comitless men who would've killed to be in his place. "To be honest, it was a great joke that Halle did. It was funny ... because people sort of misunderstood the pictures that came out," said Foxx, who will host the BET Awards on Sunday. "But' it was a joke -respect to her and her family and everything like that. It was a funny, funny joke." Joking aside, he admitted that he was honored to have been on the receiving end of that kiss. "She really got one over one me," he said. "She was actually what :Brody did to on -the Oscars, arid she .. did it So tfiat, Halle. My life will never be the . ... : .. '. 50 Cent Reveals His Plan To Bring Back Hard-Core Hip-Hop so CENT so Cent has a mission: to make sure hard-core rap music thrives. so is about to hit us with his War Angel LP. The G-Unit dropped the first record, "Redrum (Murder)" -real soulful, real hard. According to so, this is going to be the mixtape ... er, street album of his career. The project is available for free download via so's Web site. Essential Info: Polow Da Don and Timbaland were so excited about the project, they almost gave so tracks. But production from those two will more than likely pop up on Before I Self Destruct, due in September. The GUnit General is warming the scene up before offi cially hits, dropping his new mixtape before the official product. If you re curious about the title, know that it's not about a beef with one person in particular this war angel i s 2 fed up with the watereCf t\ down music in hip-hop now. It's not what he adored d growing up as a fan. . \1 "What I fell in love with initially ain't even in the mutha-.,...-in' art form anymore. It's cool because there's an opportunity for me to become [that] to a whole new generation ... because of their age group, they're not aware of it. 'TI ]J c soulia Bov Tell' em Inspired Bv Michael, Impressed Bv Eminem c.. c:: z m 1\) m 1\) 0 0 <0 This is going to be a huge weekend for Soulja Boy Tell'em. On he' s one of th e performers gracing the stage at Atlanta' s Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash, and he's also set to perform on Friday at the SuperJam concert for Greensboro, North Carolina 's 102 Jamz. This summer, the 19-year-old will be traveling all across the country, along with Young Jeezy, Drake and Lil Wayne for the America's Most Wanted Music Festival. Performing such high-profile sets on the same bill as A-list rap super stars is never a worry for the teen hitmaker the fans will remember him by the time they leave the building. "I don't really look at nobody as competition," Soulja said. "I feel like I got my own lane, and I don't have to worry about nobody. Anybody I feel is competition, I gotta knock them out the box. If there's anybody that ever crossed my mind [where] I say, 'Man, he might be a problem for me,' then I'mma ha:ve to get rid of him. But as fa r' as getting my inspi ration fof. stage performance, it has always been Michael ; Jackson. I remember I l watched the DVD ... Michael j Jackson came and stood I onstage for 10 minutes. They was screaming the whole 10 i minutes. I actually imitated l i that a couple of times in my show." Soulja, who's working on his The DeAndre Way LP, also said he wouldn't mind hitting the road with another icon, Eminem. If Slim Shady should tour, Soulja SOUWA BOY TELL'EM says he wants in. "I like his new music," he said. "It's different from what's out. I think it's good. It's good for music. I'd open up for Eminem -lot of cheese right there." Soulja says he's respected 'TI Em from early on in the 5 Detroit legend's career. ::C "Back in the days, I was tuned in to it," S oulj a en explained. 'T wasn't too heavy into it, but he's got some clas-::! sic stuff. He used to come on Z TV, I used to be like, 'That white boy go hard. Real a:J hard." "Tiu.! l-hice Our Communitv Spc?aking for lrse'lj" 1.3) 248-1921 r m -1 z "tJ c:: llJ r c;; ::::t m c m < m -1 c:: m C/) c )> z c 'TI ::c c G) m ..... <0 I llJ

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--O'l Entertainment (() N EminemTo Reunite :::l 012 For New Album c a: u... EMINEM And KON ARTIS As if releasing two albums in one year isn't enough, Eminem is c>lso planning to reunite his Detroit crew, D12, and release the first new album from the group in five y ears. C Slim Shady said on BET's a: "Rap City: The Relapse" special on Friday that D12 z are planning to hit the studio <( soon to begin work on the disc. The yet-unnamed C album from the crew will be en w their first since the death of member Proof three years ago, a death that Eminem has said caused him to go into a depressive spiral of drug use. "Me and the guys, we got a bond, it's special," Em said (Jf the group, which also includes Bizarre, Kon Artis, Kuniva and Swifty. "It's like, as far as the future of Dt2, we're gonna be back in the studio soon." DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW A Rapper With His own Cognac; LUDACRIS J: BORDEAUX--Hip,Hop icon Chris "Ludacris" Bridges has launched a new cognac, banking on his success on the record charts to shoot his latest project to the top of an extremely tive business. With the inevitable paparazzi and chauffeur-driven Bentley, the star created a buzz at the normally staid Vinexpo the wine and spirits trade show in Bordeaux this week. Even Melvin Dick, head honcho at Southern Wine and Spirits and ranked by Decanter as the fourth most important man in the wine business, .could be seen patiently waiting in line with his family for a photo op and autograph. Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen -The Ultimate in effects and action. You definitely can't miss this one Make sure you> catch it the second time around at an IMAX theater [****] The Proposal-Sandra Bullock comes through in this well-written comedy about an office romance between the boss and assistant Worth Seeing! Where Did No. 1 at Box Office -$34M [***%] f Land Of The Lost-This oft-beat comedy starring Will Ferrell was prettY '''':OJ Jazzv Jeft GO :I funny. [***] t ) lflEi qe.'-' The Taking Of Pelham 123 -Denzel Washington and John Travolta:-: deliver a powerful suspense/thriller. Worth Seeing! [***%] rn,>r Imagine That-This movie is Eddie Murphy's best family comedy in a long time. Didn't do well at box office. Enjoyed it! [***%] ' Drag Me To Hell-A loan officer refuses to give an old woman a loan !6 keep her house. The woman puts a curse on her. This movie will have you jumping throughout Very good horror movie. [****] The Hangover -A group of men goes to Las Vegas to have a bachelor party. Surprisingly funny. No 1 at box office-$44M [***] Up -Pixar/Disney deliver another excellent animation that adults and kids will enjoy. [****] Night At The Museum -Ben Stiller tries to save the museum pieces from moving to federal storage Fell asleep on this one No. 1 at box office -$53M [*%] Terminator Salvation -Very Good storyline and special effects. Must See! No. 2 at box office-$43M [***%] Angels And Demons-Tom Hanks stars in this mystery about a secret society out to destroy the Catholic Church. Worth Seeing! Too long -2hrs/20 mins. [***%] Star Trek-The U .S.S. Enterprise goes back to the beginning. Grade A special effects/ Enjoyed it! [****] X-Men Origins: Wolverine -This Marvel comic book movie tells the story of Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) violent and romantic past Expected more! .. . Beyon" ce stars in this drama about her husbana (ldris Elba) bemg stalked by a temp worker (Ali Larter). Rainforest Films (St. Pete/Will Packer-Stomp The Yard) produces another blockbuster 4th week at box $63M. [***%] ._. The Soloist-Oscar-worthy Jamie Foxx plays a mentally ill musical genius who happens to be homeless A LA reporter (Robert Downey, Jr ) tries to save him from the streets [***] _State Of fllay-Crowe stars in thi s crime thriller about a journalist mvesligatmg a senes of brutal murders Worth seeing! [***%] The Haunting In Connecticut-Based on a true story, a family moves into a house haunted by ghosts Not for Kids. [***] Qbserve And Report -A mall security guard does whatever it takes to impress his dream girl. Surprisingly funny. [***] Fast And Furious -A fast-paced action and adventure starring Vin Diesel. The best of the series. A must see! No. 1 at box office-$72.5M. [****] vs. Aliens -Your kids will love this one. [***] Knowmg -A creepy suspense/thriller starring Nicolas Cage. This movie could have been a classic but the ending was disappointing. No. 1 at box office _$27M. Worth seeing! Duplicity -A comedy/spy caper that was too long (2 hrs/5 mins) and confusing untilthe end You can pass on this one [**] RATINGS **** Very Good I *** -Good I ** -Average I -Wait For Video WILL SMITH And DJ JAZZY JEFF THEN: Jeff Townes was a local Philadelphia hero when he met a kid named Will Smith at a 1985 house party. They had instant chemistry and soon a hit single with 1986's Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble : It was released a month before Smith's high school graduation. Three years later they won the first ever rap Grammy for "Parents Just Don't Understand ." NOW : Officially, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince have never disbanded, but they have taken very different career paths. DJ Jeff went on to contribute scratching for Eminem, Talib Kweli, The Roots, and others. Unfortunately, things didn' t turn our so well for Will Smith's career: a forgettable sitcom and some box-office bombs. Maybe Flavor Flav will put him in hi s n ext reality show. Usher, Wile Have Been Separated For Almost A Year Court records show that Usher and Tameka Foster-Raymond were separated for nearly a year before the singer filed for divorce on Friday, calling the marriage "irretrievably broken." A divorce petition states the couple has lived separately since July; they were married in August 2007. The petition says there is "no reasonable hope of reconciliation" between Usher, 30, and Foster-Raymond, 38. The couple have two sons together: Usher Raymond V, 18 months, and Naviyd Ely Raymond, 6 months. Usher is reportedly seeking joint custody of the children. TAMEKAAnd USHER Randall Kessler, who is representing FosterRaymond in the divorce, said that his client was a "faithful wife and loving mother," and decline d to comment about Usher's conduct during the marri a g e. Rihanna Didn't Want Chris Brown To Get 'Stav Awav' Order, lawver savs As part of the plea deal struck by Chris Brown on Monday (June 22), the singer was issued a "stay away" order by Judge Patricia Schnegg that requires the singer to avoid his former girlfriend for the next five years, according to Rihanna's attorney. RIHANNA Donald Etra told a group of reporters outside the courthouse that his client didn't think the ''stay away" order was .necessary. Rihanna was previously granted an order of protection against Brown, but the pair briefly reunited at a Miami mansion owned by she would reconsider the Diddy following the alleged issue when Brown is sen-assault. tenced in August. Now however the two will B.rown IJleaded guilty to be to their dis:-. felony charges and tance. -" be to u p -to Under the guidelines of the 180 days of community ser-order, Etra said the pair vice in Virginia. Had he gone won't be able to have even a to trial, Brown could have distant, cordial relationship. faced up to four years and Brown cannot contact eight months in prison. Rihanna at all, while Brown must also enroll in Rihanna reaching out to domestic-abuse courses. Brown would be considered a violation on Brown's part, punishable by law. Should they both appear at an event, Brown would be required to stay at least 10 yards away from his former girlfriend. Etra said the order was iss ued for the duration of Brown's five-year probation, although the judge said Support The Sentinel Advertisers

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Read All About It HOROSCOPES Linda C. Black Today s BirthdayDelegate the management of a hothead to somebody else Hire a coach who will whip your team into shape and insp ire them to do more than expected You can provide support and com fort ; let somebody else do the yelling Cancer (June 22-July 22) Somebody else can end an awkward relationship better than you can. You're too reluc tant to say anything rude. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Your bosses are pleased by your good, imaginative work If they seem to be yelling at you it's enthusiasm, not anger Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) A loved one's suggestion works out well. You gain the support you need to take ac tion in a new area You'll do fine Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Although you're a good nego tiator condit i ons are tough for that now. Take a break and set up a long-range plan Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Your studying is paying off A fabulous discovery g i ves you the informqtion you need to win the argument. Sagi t t arius ( Nov 22Dec 21) --Invest in your business no w If you don t have one set one up. It' s easier than you might think Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --You and your partner are getting hard to beat. You read each other's thoughts This is a great advantage Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) No need to talk about what you've discovered It's going to cause controversy, and you don't need more of that. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Friends are a source of inspi ration and motivation Best to hang around with people you trust and respect. Aries (March 21-April 19) Proceed with caution Some thing unstable is likely to fall over You'<;! be wise to wait and see what it is. Taurus (April 20-May 20) Get out for a change of scene. A new place for lunch will up grade your attitude You're not depressed, you're bored. Gemini (May 21-June 21) You have things in storage that may be worth cashing in. If you need an extra cushion, sell something you're not using. Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. The E : N ; D . ........................ ................ The Black Eyed Peas Cooper ................ ... Pleasure P ... j --" \1, .,.. 0 3. .. .. ; . .-... 4 Congo-Square : ; : ..... .-........... ........... ....... ......... Teena Marie 5. Tlie Esctatic ............ ................. ..... . ..................... Mos Def 6. NaSecurity." .. :........................ ............................... D-Biock 7. Epiphany; ........... ; ................................... Chrisette Michele 8. -ln A Perfect World .......................................... .... Keri Hilson 9. 2C: ................................... Mettiod Man & Redman 1 o. Deeper Than Rap ..... ..................................... .. Rick Ross 1 1. BlaQKout ... ................ ............... .. ..... DJ Quick & Kurupt 12. Back On My B.S ....... ............ ............. ... : . Busta Rhymes t3dn.tuition . --:.-.- ... ..... ....... ................................... Jamie Foxx 14. .. Sasha Fierce ... ; ............... ............. .......... Beyonce --. : ' .. J d k' 'T:he Cas. t Ks s .... ....... . . .............................. . .. a a 1ss 1 6 ::: r:nurder Was The ca. s e ..................... ............ Gucci Mane 17. Uncle Charlie ..... ... ............ .. .. : .............. Charlie Wilson 18. Love ViS Money ..... .......................... ............ The-Dream 19. The Point Of It AII ....... : ...................... Anthony Hamilton 20. Just Go ........................................ ... Lionel Richie Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Best I Ever Had ... ................ . .. ................... Drake 2. Knock You Dow ... Keri Hilson Featuring Kanye West & Ne Yo 3 Every Girl. .. ............................ .. ; ........ Young Money 4 : Birthday Sex ........................... .-.: : .. ................... Jeremih 5. Blame lt. ................................ Jainie1 Foxx Featuring T-Pain 6 . Ego ......... ................... . ................... ..................... Beyonce 7. Boyfriend #2 . : : : ... Pleasure P 8. sobeautiful ..... ...... ................ music soulchild 9. Pretty Wings ................ ...... .. ................................ Maxwell 10. Always$trapped ... .... Birdmanfeaturing Lil Wayne 11. 1 Need A Girl . .": : ......... : ... : ........... Trey Songz 12. Halle B 'erry (She's Fine) ......... Hurricane Chris Featuring Superstarr 13. Wetter (Calling You Daddy) ................................ Twista 14. Swag ,Surfn' .. .-............ Fast Life Yungstaz (F.L.Y.) 15. Last Chance . : ... ... ......... : .... .' .... : ; ............ Ginuwine 16. On The Ocean ..... .................................... .......... K 'Jon 17. Epiphany .............................................. Chrisette Michele 18. Day 'N' Nite ................... .................. .................. Kid Cudi 19. Not Anyn1ore ..... .. ..................... .. ....................... LeToya 20. If This Isn't Love : ................................... Jennifer Hudson All My Children: When a drun k David tell s Jesse that his acc i dent was harmless the top cop leaks that Krystal's i n the hospital. David de mands that a near by L i za get him released so he can hurry to see Krystal. Hearing from Tad about her mother Marissa rushes to the hospital with JR by her side Tad gives David a hard time when he arrives and insists on see i ng Krystal. After Zach has a few choice words with him Kendall announces that she needs both of their help to stay out of ja il. As the World Turns: Sage i sn't happy to see her mother kissing Craig and runs to the farm to tell Jack. When early calls to invite him and Janet to a barbecue, he reluctantly agrees After the guests arrive, Parker spots his mother secretly pour i ng herself a drink and finds the hidden bottle of booze He confronts his mother and later when Craig learns what she' done, he warns them both that he might have been mistaken to thi nk early had solved her drinking problem When Jack interrupts and asks what they're ar guing about Parker covers After Jack and Janet lea ve early thanks Parker and Craig for their help with Jack. Craig tells Carly that Jack is not the problem. She pours out the alcohol to show she's licked her problem but Parker's not im pressed. The Bold a11d the Beautiful: When Brook asks Ridge when they can be together Ridge claims that being with her reminds him of Rick and the death of his daughter After he hangs up Ridge confronts his daughter about her decision to go back to Rick. She insists that Rick has chan_ged. Back at the beach house Steffy announc e s to Rick that she s iil; ade a decision to help dle her pareh f s 'lrl:laction to their Meanwhile Ridg e goes home and finds,,J aylor has a romantic waiting Days af .. Our Lives: Hearing Philip is out of town qaroline about attending the funeral vows to be there to show E.J, she's him . ._., ... ..... I So and Hope arrive for rp9.,'1)Qrial serv1ce and can't help but think ab<;>lit;4aWS'tragic death Mia's boss Evan gives a_bout ing work early at the Java Gal e so she ean attend the memor ia l service When points out he forgot his t ie General Hospital: Claudia asks her Uncl e Rudy to make sure that Jasori doesn't come back ali ve from his meeting with unhappy members of the family Near Emily's grave N i kolas agon i zes as he tells Rebecca that because she is the twin sister of the only woman he's ever loved he knows that they can't be anymore than friends After he leaves Monica approaches her and boasts that she knows she's not Emily and does n't act like her Hearing Rebecca thinks it's t i me to let go of Nikolas Monic stops her and encour ages her not to give up on him Guiding Light: Frank tells Rate that he's got some ground rules for him living the re. After Rate refuses to take a call from his mother, Frank warns Natalia that her decision to be with Ol i via is confus i ng to Rate and to many other people Revealing that Henry is actually Shayne's son, Dina tells Jeffrey that she is leaving town with him to help nab Edmund He's against the idea but Dinah announces that she will pose as Lar a After getting a fax showing Jeffrey's name on the cremat i on order Mallet grabs the phone. 1\.) m 1\.) 0 0 One Life to Live: Todd assures a skeptical Tea that he's hired the best attorney in Pennsylvania z to keep her from being disbarred He offers to help her take a shower Blair wakes a hungover m Dorian and tells her about Marcie's decision to r;give back Starr's baby As she cons i ders the idea, IJJ Dorian warns her daughter that they have to keep Todd from ruining ttw baby She then suggests Todd move in them because she thinks she :::! can control Toqd J Biair spoils Todd's effort to calm Z down Tea when she reveals the new custody arrangement. m r-The Young and the Restless: After Mary Jane congratulates Sharon for getting back with her , m high school sweetheart, Sharon's surprised to 0 hear that she and Jack ar dating. However, When Mary Jane spots embrace later, she becomes upset agam. Jack adv1ses Sharon that -< he's not serious about Mary Jane but she warns -4 hirn that she seems to have her eyes set on win-ffi ; n irig hirr t c - JUST FOR KIDS BASEBALL BIKE BOATING CAMP CANOE CLIMB DIVE FISH FRISBEE GARDEN SUMMER FUN WORP sEARCH X t A O N E I S G C Al W L E N G I R G I 0 T a Q R J H .. N T S E C B 0 A T L C J Z J I C N I C F 0 U M F P R R. H's L U F M V H G B I K E K U HIKE M HOPSCOTCH p PICNIC SKATE SEESAW :'SLIDE SNORKEL. 'SWIM .. "SWING WADE I B U L B A S E B A L S W t N G : B B L )( T P H A G A R D N v E Y '.. .. '. I D C A N 0 E : p. -0 I V e K E L H 0 p s C o T C H E A H F Aw R J A ::c c

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c a: I LL c z <( c en w :J 1-w > w c w ::z::: en-::J ID :J D.. z tu ...J ...J :::: ID ...:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL Ill I N N w POLK COUNT' Y N .EWS .. ;: ... ) . .. ; l . : .. ) -. : -.. -... J' ,,i 'She Knows Where She's Going' Awards Luncheon The 2009 'She Knows Where She's Going' Awards Luncheon, hosted by Girl's Inc. of Lakeland was held recently. Program particip a nts were: Michael Tamney, Chairperson, Board of Trustees Girls. Inc., Lakeland; Dr. Judith Ponticell, USF Polytechnic; Antonisha Williams, Kathleen High School; Junior League of Greater Lakeland; and closing remarks by Chandra Frederick, Chairperson and Kay Fields, President and CEO. Award Nominees were: Lolita Berrien, PCSB, Lincoln Avenue Academy; Diane Boczkowski, PCSB, Polk Life and Learning Center; Tory Bombard, Lakeland Electric; Crystal Brown, Crystal's World of Dance; Monica Campbell, Girl Scouts of West Central Florida; Cassandra Denmark, Polk County Sheriffs Office; Bea Dickey, Polk County Sheriffs Office; Patricia "Patti" Harrell, Talk of the Town; Karin D. McKnight, Allen and Company; Londann Merrick, Polk County Sheriffs Office; Ashley Metts, Volunteers In Service To The Elderly; Annette Miller, Owner, Sylvan Learning Center; Syndi Murray, Polk County Sheriffs Office; Jennifer Ogg, Polk Count Sheriffs Ofice; Teresa Olinger, Publix Super Markets, Inc.; Pamela Page, City of Lakeland Parks and Recreation; Chrissy Schaff, Riverside Bank; Terry Strong, PCSB, Winston Elementary School; Kathy Sullivan, Lakeland Regional Cancer Center; Edith Thomas, PCSB, R Bruce Wagner Elementary School; and Mary Tidwell, Rooms To Go. (Photos by Gloria L. Jennings) AKA Sorors Latha Speed and Mrs. Joe. _,Guest, Mr. Ashley Troutman, Sales Team Lead e r, Fields and Co., Allstate Ins. Co. Silver Sponsors from the Lakeland Police Department. Girls Inc. Board Members: Michael Tamney, Chandra Carpenter-Fredrick and Lynn Simpkins. Mr. and Mrs. McArthur (Barbara) Carpenter and City Commissioner Gow Fields. i' Proudly displaying their are nominees: Annette Miller, Ashley Metts, Londann Mereck, Karin McKpight, Patricia Harrell, Bea Dickey, Cassand.ra Denmark, Monica Campbell, Crystal Brown, Tory Bombard, Dane Boczkowski and Lolita Berrien. (!) Ms. Sandy Serlectric, V. P. Community Citizens Bank and If other guests. Presiding -Dr. Judith Ponticell, University of South Florida Polytechnic. Also displaying their plaques are: Edith Thomas, Mary Tidwell, Kathy Sullivan, Terry Strong, Chrissy Schilff, Pamela Page, Jennifer Ogg, Teresa Olinger and Syndi Murray.

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day was great: "Sonny" Lewis, Shaw, J. R. Bro(]tkiiils, The Andrews, e, Jr. and III, Bernard Harris, Bell, Alwyn Willis Sims, aker, McArthur George Figgs, "Bootee" ry, Winifred Troy Young, "Sam" McMillon, Mathis, Deacons iel Robinson, Scott, Rufus Johnny nd, Rev. George Min. Timothy Charles Shaw, Hodges, Speed, L. Lloyd Johnny Kenny Strong, ryant, Sr., Mr. Davis, Zerney Michael mittee of the Fort uthside community community event, "Familie Uniting Together" on Satur ay, August 22, 2009 at Morri on's Park in Fort Meade. his Committee is a collabor tion of citizens of local ch rches, non-profit agencies nd businesses who will join ogether and share health/c reer/educational informa ion, fun, games, dancing, back to school su plies, free haircuts, free foo and much more. This even is solely sponsored through onations and inkind se ces. This day is set aside to nite and empower the famili s of the Fort Meade Southside community. For fu ther information and/or to register for a booth, please ontact Maurice Nelson t (863) 712-2774 or Doreat a Riley at (863) 670-4210. In 200 eight companies were reci ients of Polk Works' first pres gious "Employer of Distinct on" award. This award w< s created by Polk Works to recognize companies in P lk County that have shown c nsistent commitment to i proving the quality Dea. Eddie Mallard, Clifford Johnson, Van Alexander, Charlie Battles and William "Tack" Freeman. Congratulations During the Polk County School graduations, the household of Mrs. Betty Smith-Porter, Lakeland, a doting grandmom and aunt to family members of the senior graduating class of Lakeland's Lake Gibson High School and Kathleen High School, was a busy lady going from gradua tion to graduation Miss Kanesha Laronda Sanders, 18-years-old graduated from Lake Gibson She is the d aughter of Deacon John (Felicia) Sanders. The proud senior has e arned PCC credits in Technology. Mr. Gregory Darnell Powell, II, graduated from Kathleen Senior Hi gh. He is the son of Ms. Jeannie Powell. Greg was also recognized among the Senior Class Officers as a memb e r of of life for their employees and have been a leader in our community in developing a best-practice workplace that encourages their employees tci put forth their very best work. The following companies were announced in August 2008: BrightHouse Networks, Keith & Schars, P A., Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Marriott Vacation Club, Polk County Board of County Commissioners, Polk County Clerk of Courts W S. Badcock Corporation and Winter Haven Hospital. The Best Places to Work Employer of Distinction is a three-year recognition These companies "'rill be recognized through the year of 2010 and will not have to apply for the Best Places to Work annual award, however they will be recognized during the Best Places to Work Awards at future Annual Meetings. There is still time to apply for the Polk Works Best Places to Work 2009 Award For further information, please contact Julia Garrett at (863) 508-1600 Ext. 102 or julia District Assembly Held 'Higher in the Lord, Further in the Mission .... Joshua 1:8 was the chosen theme of the Church of God by Faith (COGBF)-Tampa West Coast District Assembly, Elder Th e Sen a t or's Gro up. Bet wee n th e bacc a l a ur eates and c omme ncement prog r a m s, Betty m a naged t o ta k e a flig ht t o W as hin g t o n D.C. to att e n d th e Howa r d U n ivers it y comm ence m e nt to see h e r niece, Ms. Peterson, the d a u g ht e r o f Mr. Eugene Peterson and the l a t e, Helen Peterson and s i ster of Betty. New Riders New riders boarding the Sentinel train are: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie (Queen) Battle. The duo a re popular Polk County School Cross i ng Guards at Lincoln Academy Hope you enjoy your ride folks! Weekly Hellos Hello to the Sentinel readers, namely: Ms. Tanya Matthews, Gladys Williams, Florida Mai Griffin, Florida Hinson Geraldine Horne, Cora Gatlin, Lena Lisbon, Helen Mallard, Jeanette Davis, Mrs. Geneva Ware, Dorothy Robinson (W. 1oth St.), Pastor Barbara Giles, Stacie Williams, Coney Funeral Home Staff, Mary Robinson, Joyce Gamble, Barbara Solomon, Mary Crawford James E. Williams, III, District Superintendent, which was held May 29-31, 2009. This District is made up of eight churches located in: Bartow, Clearwater, Fort Myers, Lakeland, Plant City, Polk City, and Tampa and one mission recently located in St : Petersburg. The host site of the assembly was Victory Temple COGBF in Lakeland, Elder Neal T. Phillips, Pastor The assembly opened on Friday, May 29th, with its Hour of Prayer followed immediately by Home Mission Service The meeting was officially opened by Elder Williams, III. The speaker of the evening was Minister Tomasina Jackson. Other program participants were: Sister Edna Lawrence, District Home Mission President, and The Elders and Ministers, Wives Praise Team. On Saturday, May 30th, members and the general public were invited to attend numerous workshops that included Bible classes, praise and worship, altar ministry, health and wellness, effective daily devotion, young life and personal health. The host-site of some of the workshops was the Bishop Henry Ross Life Center. Facilitators were: Sister Karen Brown, Sister Audrey Williams, Elder Calvin and Sister Belinda McDonald, David Hogan, Sister Carolyn Cowan and Minister Paulette Mack. Some of the attendees were: Jasmine Ramsey, Amber Baxter, Chankilla (Club Kathlee n's family ow n ed bu s in ess), Rose Bell, Gloria Moore, Willamenia Simmons, Elizabeth "Sammie" Abrams, Evangelist Carolyn Williams (W. 9th Stree t ), Gussie Johnson, Lola King, Annette Dunn, Mildred Alexander (Providence Rd ) Barbara Seabron (Tandem Rehab Center), Sylvia Bowick, Yvonne RobinsonRoberts, Mary H. Bunch, Mrs. Charles Hamilton (Delores), Annie L. Phyall and daughter, Ms. Stubbie, Shirley B. Love, Martel Ewing and Nedra Butler. Gospel Extravaganza Come one, come all and join in on the First Annual Gospel Extravaganza Explosion of Seffner on July 10, 11 and 12, at First M. B Church of Seffner, 6720 CR 579, Seffner, 33584 July 12 -The Closing will feature Guest Minister Mario Webb and guests from Lexington, Kentucky at the 11 a m. service. For detailed information please contact Brother David L. Harris at (813) 892-1335 or the church at (813) 627-0104 or Rev. Love at (813) 653-0520. Williams, Rickelle Brown, Porscha Eberhart, Airella Allen, Woods, Jalyssa C-lass, Renee Elliott, Susan Cox, Ashley Smith, Amos Lander, II, Dexter Phillips, Khalliah Austin Landers, Ro evelt Stewart, Sol Williams, Sam Bu :oughs, Keith Cox, Tas;ie Faison, Minister Potillo, Tyra M. Potillo, Mark Nash, Jeremy Smith, Jeremy Carroll, Tyray Hayes, Dwaynes Hayes, Courtney Coleman, Nicholas Smitll, Timotlly Williams, Regina Phillips, Angela Lake. Clairetha Daniels, Mother Ollie Smart, Mother Margaret Faison, Dannielle Smith, Mother Lillie Williams, Cortez Lake, Minister Anthony Landers, Myrtice Landers, Katrina Holston, Walter and Glenda Williams, Chola Little, Deborah Daise, Mother Christine Mack, Yvette Landers, Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., Elder James Williams, Minister Fred Sears, April Sears, Carl Allen Jr., Adriana Allen, Linda Merrick, Mother Margaret Faison, Elder Harvey Lawrence, Mae Allen and many others. The speaker for the evening service was Elder Neal T. Phillips, Pastor of Victory Temple COGBF, who delivered a message entitled We Must Continue to Value One Another. Minister Jerome Fortson served as Master of Ceremony. Songs of Praise and Worship were -rendered by the Tampa WestCoast District Youth Choir under Avon And More Th e ma n age m e nt o f A Y o n A n d M o r e t ruly wan t s t o mak e a d i ffe r e n ce in the commun i t y Th e ir pe r so n a l commit m e nt e a c h m o nth i s t o id e ntify a c h a rit able o rganizatio n t o h e lp fost e r th e ir goa l s E a c h Saturday o f a g i n n m o nth they w ill d o nat e 10% of their t o t a l in-store sal es and match those s a l e s with another 10 % for a total of 20 % The 20 % will be given to the chosen organiz a tion as a way of saying thank you and to show that Avon And More cares. They a re happ y to announce Word Alive Ministries Youth Sport's Center as the first benefactor for the month of June and Girl's Inc. for the month of July They look forward to helping each Jrgani zation and would like to thank everyone for their support Saturday store hours are 10:30 a.m. -2 p.m. You may also shop online at www youra v on com/vsilas or www colormedirect.com/vhsi las. The owners are Harold and Verdell Silas. Gloria's Things & Other Things If you want a place in the sun, you must expect some blisters tqe directorship of Brother Dexter Phillips. The assembly concluded on Sunday, May 31st, with Sunday and Midday Worship Service. The messenger of the hour was Elder James E. Williams, III, District Superintendent. His message was entitled 'The Master Key'. Elder Harvey Lawrence served as Master of Ceremony. The Tampa WestCoast District Praise Team and the Tampa WestCoast District Adult Choir under the directorship of Sister Audrey Williams, rendered songs of Praise & Worship. Birtllday Greetings Shaw-Nuf Talk extends belated 'Happy Birthday' wishes to Mrs. Dee Axson of Lakeland, who celebrated her natal day on June 18th. Hoping that your day was filled with the desires of your heart and wishing you a year that is more incredible than any other year of your life! May the Lord continue to bless you with many, many more birthdays! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear fro m you. Share news and/ or tJhotos of your cele brations ; special events birth days, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, etc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel B11lletin with ShawNuf Talk by sending an email to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! 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0) 0 0 N tti N w z :::::> ...., c a: u. c a: LL. c z a: w > w c w :I: CJ) :J lk Cou News Agencv Hosts Second 2009 Graduation BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW Polk County Columnist On Friday, June 19, 2009, Luster-All Training Center of Hope (L.A.T.C.H.), in conjunction with Olive Freewill Baptist Church, Bartow, Reverend Andrew Farley, Pastor, hosted its second for the year of 2009. rogram participants were: Dr. Allesandra Cole-Paulino, Larry Clark, Pamela Sams, Bob Carter, Commissioner Leo Longsworth, Dr. Harvey J. Lester, President/CEO L.A.T.C.H., and Deloris Joiner, Director of Nursing. keynote speaker was Rick Elmhorst, Anchor/Reporter for television station Bay News 9. ates Denise Ricketts and Tatika Williams rendered Valedictorian rema rks. Student of Encouragement were given by Sharma Harris-Jackson. his closing remarks to the graduates, Dr. Lester the m that they are now re a d y to come out among the chickens and soar like the eagles were: Certified Nursing Assistant: Kaylee Allen, Moneca Bailey, La-Shandran ue, Jacqueline Fainung, Emanie Filsaime, Edne Jean Forbus, Anita Francisco, nna Harris-Jackson, Rickia Hickman, Eugene Johnson, Latasha Johnson, nica Laster, Tameka Mathurin, Sarah Moss, Martha Neport, Petal Persaud, Peters, Gaitni Ramlogan, Daniel Rice, Denise Ricketts, Kenya Smith, Jean Helen, Jackquline Sullivan, Carrie Taylor, Brenda Tompkins, Tatika Williams, and Zimmerman; Home Health Aide: Stacy Englert, Norma Gaskins and Mildred and High School Diploma: Emanie Filsaime, Eugene Johnson and Latoyria ler. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf) Elated graduates Latasha Johnson (1) and Kenya Smith (r) ll. wlith C.N.A. class instructor, Deloris Joiner, Registered Nurse z (qenter). Another happy graduate, Sarah poses with her proud father. t= w ...J ...J :J m ...J w z t= z w CJ) (3 0:: 0 ..J u.. Luster-All Training Center of Hope's second graduating Class of 2009. Delta Sigma Theta Sororitv Presents Communitv Service Award 2009 (L-R) Patricia Hunter, 1st Vice President and Award Recipient, Doretha Tillman. Doretha Tillman was presented with the Community Service Award by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Lakeland Alumnae Chapter on May 23, 2009. Mrs. Doretha Tillman was born and reared in Winter Haven. She is the Media Specialist at Discovery Academy of Lake Alfred. She has been in education for 34 years Mrs. Tillman is another unsung hero in community service. She started a monthly literacy program that serves parents of students in grades 6-8 during after school hours. The program teaches parents to help teach their children and it gets parents involved with their children' s education. She has ser up FCAT workshops with parents to teach parents testing strategies that would help them help their children. She has brought high school counselors into the community to talk with parents and students about scholarships and preparing for college. One of her quiet activities is working with abused women and children. She has worked with Blood Pressure and Stroke Awareness, HIV/AIDS Walks. She has been a presenter at an Alzheimer's Healthcare Seminar and she has volunteered at the Neighborhood Service Center, which is supported by the United Way (assisting with healthcare seminars for our mature citi zens of Winter Haven) Mrs. Tillman is a member of Hurst Chapel AME Church in Winter Haven, where she is a Sunday School teacher, Director of Christian Education, and a Bible Study teacher. Sh e is a member of the Polk County Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. She is a wife, a mother of three adult children, and she has three grandchildren. Mrs. Tillman works quiet ly in the community, making a difference by workmg with the parents of students in the school system. She set her goal and achieved it. Betty J. Woodard, Chairperson. "The H:.>ice o/Our Communitv Speak! ng jbr I tse(/'' r : U Sentinel Buiietin :... =-":.<-. ::; ::: r. (813) 248-1921

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WINSTON PAUL LIGHTBODY, JR. HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Winston, Sr., and Ellastine Lightbody. GRANDPARENTS: Earl and Willie Mae Lane. HOBBIES: Marching Band and Soccer CHURCH: College Hill Church of God In Christ. Browanl Elem. School MAKAYLA BORDERS HONORS: High Honor Roll AR Reading, and Perfect Attendance. PARENTS: Tiffany R Session and Charles Borders, Jr. GRANDPARENTS: Charles and Veronica Borders and Michael and Diane Young HO .BBIES: Dancing and Reading. CHURCH: Greater Mount Moriah P. B Church. JAYLEN X. RODRIGUEZ HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll, Green Team, AR Reading, and Perfect Attendance. PARENTS: Tiffany and Charles Borders Jr. GRANDPARENTS: Paulette McMillan and Charles and Veronica Borders Sr. HOBBIES: Baseball and Reading. CHURCH: Greater Mount Moriah P B. Church Burnett Middle School EVANTAE HUNTER HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll PARENT: Monye Cobb GRANDPARENTS: Hoffice and Yvonne Keenan and Robert and Cheryl Cato. HOBBIES: Dancing, Sports, and Computer Games. CHURCH: New Life Baptist Church MAKAYLA Z. NEWBY HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Jason and Matalie Martinez. GRANDPARENTS: Dennis and Betty Newby. -HOBBIES: English and Science. CHURCH: College Hill Church of God In Christ. Carwise Middle School JAMESHA COBB HONORS: Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance. PARENTS: James and Toynetta Cobb. GRANDPARENTS: Bertha Cobb, Ella Crawford and Johnnie Crawford, Jr GREAT-GRANDMOTHER: Bertha Crawford HOBBIES: Computers, Track, Playing the Violin, Talking/Texting on Cell Phone, Read ing and more ... CHURCH: Apostolic Church of Jesus F resh Anointing, Largo. Learning is a lifelong experience. ZEMIA G. GUITIERREZ HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Citizenship. PARENTS: Tonya Buchanan and DeVonti Gutierrez. GRANDPARENTS: Tony and Sally Buchanan, Sherry Water-s, and Aramanda Gutierrez GREAT GRANDPARENTS: Anoia Gutierrez, Ann Waters, Willie Waters, and Penelo Mitchell. GREAT, GREAT GRANDPARENTS: Ruth McNair, the late Rev Joe McNair, Elizabeth Davis, and Doug Mitchell. HOBBIES: Pottery, Playing Dress Up, and Computers. Collins Elem. School DREW JOHNSON HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Donnell and Tanya Williams. GRANDPARENTS: Mr. and Mrs Earl i e Williams, Jr HOBBIES: Praise Dant::e and "Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one." : :: .: : : singing. CHURCH: House of Pra i se COGIC Dunbar Magnet Elem--School MARGARET O.JACKSOM HONORS: High Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Albert Jackson and Cheryl Brown. GRANDPARENTS: Robert and Margaret A F i sher. HOBBIES: Computers, Board Games, Computer Games, Traveling, Swimming, Reading, Talking on t he Cell Phone, Watch ing TV, and Shopping. CHURCH: Tyer Temple United Methodist Church Edison Elem. School SORAYA ALEXANDER HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Soraya and Wilmer Alexander, Ill. GRANDPARENTS: The late Annie Mae and George Butler, Sr., and Debra and Wilmer Alexander, Jr HOBBIES: Read ing, Writing, Working on Computer, Playing with Nintendo DS, singing Dancing Listening to Music on MP3 Player Riding Bike and Scooter, and Watching Nickelodeon TV.

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0) 0 0 N N w z => ..., ><( c a: u. c a: u. c z c( c en w => > a: w > w c w ::z:: en :::i al => a. z i= w ..I ..I => al JASON ANTHONY FLUCKER WILLIAMS ONOR: Principal's Honor oil, aliAs. ARENT: Tameka Sherrill Iucker. RANDPARENT: Freddie J. Iucker. OBBIES: Football, asketball, and Music Drums). HURCH: College Hill hurch of God In Christ. Foster Elem. School RAIYANA MALONE ..J HONORS: Principal's Honor w z Roll, citizenship, and i= Attendance all year. Z PARENTS: Melinda Carson w en and Raimon Malone,
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OR: High Honor Roll. ENTS: Mary Presley and e Jones GR NDPARENTS: Tommy Miller and Mr. and Mrs Basketball, I Soccer Playing the DSI and Swimming orace Mann .......... School KEITH LEWIS HONOR: High Honor Roll. PAflENTS: Tametra Smith a n d Keith L ewis GRANDPARENTS: M ar y Smith and Bett y Lewis HOBBIES: S wi m Tr ave l Weightlifting, and playinf Football. Oak Park Elem. School KAYLA McCRAY HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Tarsha Nea l and Ralph McCray GRANDPARENT: Gloria. Peace HOBBIES: Danc.ing and Shopping CHURCH: New Salem Primit ive Baptist Church Orange Grove Middle School JESSICA CLARK HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Felecia Smith and Dwayne Clark GRANDPARENTS: Lois Smith and Carolyn Clark HOBBIES: Singing Dancing . Cheering, Math, English, and Reading CH ,URCH: Hill Church of God In Christ. . ... . -..... !lhu .......... . -. degree in ca; even i s in Ham l?urgerTechnology Clive J Plant High School TIFFANY L. NEAL-DAVIS HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll. PARENTS: D and Lewis Davis GRANDPARENTS : The late Willie and Rosa Lee Ward HOBBIES: Cheerleading, Read i ng hanging out with friends and shopping CHURCH: New Hope M B Church Potter Elem. School ALIYAH BARROW;; '\: HONORS: Principal's Honor :::;: Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Bernetha Williams and Desmond F Barrow GRANDPARENTS: Bernice Williams Thomas, and Andrew Thomas HOBBIES: Singing, Cheerleading Reading CHURCH: Revealing Truth Ministries ALICIA EDWARDS HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll; Citizenship; Honors Award; Sportsmanship Award; Pres i dent's Education Award (signed by Pre sident O ba ma); P rincipa l s Honor Award; P r ogress A ward; AAA S c h o o l Safety P a t ro l ; and Charact e r Recognit ion. PARENT : Bernetha Williams GRANDPARENTS: Bernice Williams Thomas, and Andrew Thomas HOBBIES: Singing, Cheerleading, Reading CHURCH: Revealing Truth Ministries RAMIYA PARSONS HONORS: Pri ncipal s Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Bernetha Williams and Isaac R Parsons GRANDPARENTS: Bernice Williams Thomas, and Andrew Thomas HOBBIES: Reading, Cheerleading, and Computer. CHURCH: Revealing Truth Ministries. Progress Village Middle School : CHELSEA ALICE VIRIGIA BREWINGTON HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Marc and LaO uinda Brewington GRANDPARENT: Chloe King. CHURCH: College Hill Church of God In Christ. Sacred Heart Academy J'KOBI REDDICK HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Janeka Brooks and the late Collis Reddick, Jr GRANDPARENTS: Janice Hagins and Donald Womack, and Virgil arid Olivia Brooks HOBBIES: Basketball, Football, and Reading CHURCH: Sacred Heart Church ) Sheehy Elem. School JAQUAN TUCKER HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship a n d Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Jimmie and Sandra Tucker GRANDPARENTS: Mr. Booker and Mildred Tucker and Rev D L Mosley and Mary Mosley. HOBBIES: Football, Soccer, Music, and Playing Drums CHURCH: The Church of the Kingdom of God. Philip Shore Magnet CEDRICA W. JACKSON HONORS: High Honor Roll and Cit i zensh i p; honored 4 years every nine weeks; Honor Roll and Citizenship JJ 0 }< c... c: z m 1\) 1\) 0 0 <0 'TI r-0 JJ 0 )> CJ) m z ::! z m r I m c: r r m -1 z "D c: m r fii ::::t m c m < m -1 c:. m CJ) c )> z c Medals 'TI PARENT: Cedric Jackson. :!:! c GRANDPARENTS: Joseph and Renita Williams and Robert Troupe HOBBIES: Riding Bike, Playing with the Lap Top Computer, Reading and Writjng CHI;RCH.: Bible Study at hom e. "The strength of the United States is :not the gold at Fort Knox or the weapons of mass destruction that -we but the su. m total of t-hfeducation and the charac ter of our people."

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:; LEONARD -wALKER, JR. HONORS: Honor Roll, Citizenship, and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Robbin Henry and Leonard Walker GRANDPARENTS: Jackie and Wardell Butler, and Chris and Johnny Moore. HOBBIES: Skating, Basketball, and Video Games CHURCH: New Mt. Zion Church. Spoto.High School HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll and NHS. PARENT: Acquanita Hearsay GRANDPARENT: Hosea Whitehurst. CHURCH_ : Triumph Church. Tampa Tech. High School TARIA N. CHILDS HONOR: High Honor Roll. PARENTS: Antoinette and Reginald. GRANDPARENTS: Edna and Samuel Childs I HOBBIES: Volleyball and Shopping CHURCH: The Crossing (Brandon). RookerY. Washington Elem. School PRINCE LITTLE, JR. HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENT: Katrena Mitchell. GRANDPARENTS: Cookie Inez, and Simuel Howard FAMILY: Black Boy, Kayla, Stank, Roach, and Tay. HOBBIES: Helping Others, Football and Swimming. KEVONTAV WHITE HONOR: Honor Roll. ;;;:; PARENT: Mitchell. GRANDPARENTS: Inez, and Simuel Howard. FAMILY: Black Boy, Kayla Stank, Roach, and Tay. HOBBIES: Football, Read i ng, Math, and Swimming. Weighbnan Middle School CHARLES LANGSTON, IV HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship. PARENTS: Charles Langston, III and Martha Kitchen GRANDPARENTS: Irene Meteye, Ted Allen, Rosa Kitchen, and Charles Langston, Jr HOBBIES: Football, and TV. Baseball, CHURCH: High l and Missionary Baptist Church. Williams 1.8. Middle School AVLA ANDREWS HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr and Mrs C Blythe (Sylvia) Andrews, Ill. GRANDPARENTS: Mr and Mrs. C Blythe (Gloria) Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry. HOBBIES: Karate and Computer Games. CHURCH: Beulah Baptist Institutional Church C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, IV "' HONOR: Honor Roll. PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylv ia) Andrews Ill. GRANDPARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C Blythe (Gloria) Andrews, Jr. and Mr and Mrs Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Karate, Golf, and Compute r Games CHURCH: Beulah Baptist Institutional Church "Education is what survives when what has been learned has beenforgotten." B F. Skinner (1904 -1990), New Scientist, 'May 21, 1964 Belle Witter : Elem. School ANDRE WASHINGTON, Jl!i. HONORS: Honor .f!oll, President s Award, by President Obama, and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Jackie and .'Xndre Washington Stubbs and F rieda Washington HOBBIES: Football. CHURCH: Bethel AME Church. DONNEVSHA WILLIAMS HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll; Citizenship, and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Donnell Williams and Stephanie Singletary. GRANDPARENTS: Mr and Mrs Earlie Will iams, Jr HOBBIES: Praise Dance and Reading CHURCH: House of Praise COG I C.

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Local FAMU Alumni Hosts Annual Seafood Fest ., :xJ c c.. c::: z m 1\) sn Alumni and friends of Florida A&M University Alumni Association, Tampa Chapter, gathered at the center at MacFarlane Park for their annual seafood fest It was a well attended affair with several activities. (Photography by Brunson) Active alumni members James Green and Mary Darby. The DJ for the affair was Randall C, right. John Valerie Barnes, Hedy Jackson and Edward Jackson at the seafood fe8t. Gathered at thei seafoo'd fest hosted by the FAMU Alumni Association Marvin Martin, Chandra Hayes, Congressman Kendrick Meek, Jetie B. Wilds, Jr. and Ana Cruz. Attorneys Patricia Dawson and Jeraldine WilliamsShaw were in attendance for the seafood fest. Ashley Dixon at the seafood fest. Justin Green, VP of the alumni association, and Uronka Armstead. The Preston family: Rodnt.'Y Preston, Sr., I..candra Preston, Rodney Preston, Jr., Frederick Preston, Sr. and Bdty Preston at the alumni seafood fest. ., r-0 :xJ g en m z z m r:ttl c: r rm -1 z ., c: ttl c: en :::c m c m < m c: m en c > z Dennis and Francis Alexander were all decked in their FAMU C gear Superior Pharmacy Of Temple Terrace 11531 N. 56th St., Temple Terrace,. FL 33617 (SE Of Fowler 56th.) www.superiormedicalcenter.com r' FREE HOME DELIVERY OF YOUR MEDICATIONS $4 GENERIC DRUGS NOW AVAILABLE ' FREE NUTRITIONAL COUNSELLING FOR DIABETICS .. FAST & FRIENDLY SERIVCE FREE GIFT BASKET ($65 VALUE> WHEN YOU TRANSFER 3 OR MORE RX Let Us Be Your Pharmacy. Call Us Today At (813) 989-1351 SUPERIOR '""'r'"l

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Celebration Graduation Partv For Keith And Clarence ., ::XJ 0 c.. c z m 1\) 51> Barbara Birt and Carolyn Monroe, aunts of Keith Batchelor, hosted a graduation party for Keith and Clarence Wilson, III. The black and white affair was held at the West Tampa Convention Center. The two young men were among the graduates of Tampa Catholic High School. (Photography by g Brunson) Graduation party honorees, Keith Batchelor and Clarence Wilson, III with Arielle Keith. Keona and Dominique were among the guests at the graduation party for Keith and Clarence. Tierra and Ralynda at the graduation party. Clarence Wilson, III, center, (also known as Bubba) with graduation party guests Salina Peace and Shakenya Berrien. Keke at the West Tampa Convention Center for the graduation party for Keith Batchelor and Clarence ., r-0 2:! c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r;m c r rm -1 z "'0 c m r-c;; :::1: m c m < m -1 c m CJ) c )> z c ., 2:! c

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en 0 0 N CD N w z ::;) ""') >-"' <( 0 rx: LL 0 0::: LL 0 z c( 0 tn w ::;) 1-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA JUVENILE DIVISION Case No. 2009-4897 FFN: 504980 UCN: 08-0098 DIVISION: I IN THE INTREST OF: FOUNTAIN, Corey (08/30/1992) MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF A HEARING ON A PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME FOR MINOR CHILO W FAILURE TO PERAONALLY > APPEAR AT THE HEARING W CONSTITUTES CONSENT-0 TO THE NAME CHANGE OF w :J: THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL tn TO APPEAR ONTHIS DATE ffi AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU :::> MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL Q. RIGHTS TO CONTEST THE PETITION FOR CHANGE OF w NAME FOR MINOR CHILD. ...J ...J ::;) m ...J w z To: Diane Mary Kannair (Mother) Corey Nathaniel Fountain (DOB: 08/30/1992) .. c i= z w tn ,YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE a for a: 0 ...J LL Change of Name for Minor child has been filed in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleging that the aboved-named child is a dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking the change of minor child's name. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are required to appear personally on the 4th day of August 2009 at 9:00 a.m. t?efore the Honorable Herbert J. Baumann, Jr., at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse Annex Tower, 801 E. Twiggs Street, 4th Floor, Division !, ; Tampa, Florida 33602, to show cause and/or defenses, if'any, Why the minor child's name shall not be changed by the Court. You are entitled to be represented by an attorney at this proceeding Dated thls.Jth day of June.2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE tl CIRCUIT COURT CIO ass .. fieds &iA Public Hearing and Public Comment Period Hillsborough County on RiUsborough County's Annual Action Plan for Fiscal Year Z009/Z010 and Proposed Amendments For Prior Fiscal Years Your Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public comment period starting on June 26 thrOugh August 5 to take public comments on the 2009-2010 Annual Action Plan and the amendments to prior year Action Plans as part of the 2006-2011 Consolidated Plan for Hillsborough County. The Annual Action Plan is a document required by the U S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is used to guide housing and community development efforts in Hillsborough County during the next fiscal year (October I 2009 through September 30, 2010) The Annual Action Plan is a component of the Consolidated Plan which specifies how f,mds should be spent during a one-year period. The Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan documents provide informa tion on how the County will achieve the outlined goal of providing decent housing and expanding economic opportunities for very-low, lowand moderate-income individuals and households. The proposed FY09-l 0 Annual Action Plan will include information on projects funded with $6,112,661 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) $2,747 380 in HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), and $263 594 in Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) grant funds and anticipated program income 2009-2010 Action Plan Activities Activities in this plan include infrastructure and park improvements, housing rehabilitation acquisition and development of real property, demolition and clearance code compliance inspections, homebuyer assistance, housing construction, public services, homeless prevention and support services, and other activities eligible in accordance with programmatic rules and regulations. Prior Year Action Plan Amendments The following amendments are propbsed for prior year Action Plans: Amend' the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) Substantial Amendment to the 2008-2009 Action Plan to include that will to be utilized for ofNSP-acquired properties; tiate actl v tty m the secondary target areas tmmedtately; and allow for the acqmsttton of abandoned and vacant properttes in addition to foreclosed properties. 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 Action Plans to revise the matrix code for the Plant City Rehabilitation and Preservation from 14A (24 CFR 57G.2.Q7(a)(l)) to 14E (24 CFR 570.202(a)(3)). Amend the 2007-2008 Action Plan to cancel the Radio Lane subdivision development project ($501.000 in HOME) that will now be funded with CDBG-R. Amend tl1e 2008-2009 Action Plan to cancel the Self Reliance Thrift Store project ($400,000 in CDBG) The Action Plan arld'1i!aib'ft:Piah Amendments (incorporated therein) will be available for review at the following locations from June 26, 2009: Affordable Housing website: www.hillsboroughcounty.org/atfordablehousingoffice/resources/publications/home.cfm Affordable 1208 Tech Boulevard, Suite 300, Tampa . Local libraries: iYaTm Road 2902 West Bearss Avenue 1 Dickman Drive SE and 302 McLendon Street University Area ci.Jrti.i'ni'WCenter: 14013 22nd Street, Tampa .. : i '' A Public Hearing will be held on Wednesday, August 5, at 2 p.m. to receive final comments and adopt the Action Plan and Action Plan Amendments. This hearing will be held at the Frederick B. Karl County Center, 2nd Floor Board-. room, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., downtown Tampa. All meeting facilities are accessible in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act. Any additional necessary accommodations will be provided with a 48-hour notice. For more information, please call Maureen Calderaro Hillsborough County Affordable Housing Department (813t 274-6657 (TTY: 301-71731 Para informaCion, Jlamar al 246-3150. HILLSBOROUGH COUN1Y BOUR ADS 24n TO: 813.248.9218 Or Email ledwards@ flsentinel.com ., I

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HIL SBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID $ealed bids will be received from bidders by the Authority in the Service Building front office located on the second level/red side, Tampa International Airport for the project l isted below until 9 :30 a m July 29, 2009, at which time all bids received will be publiy opened and read aloud in the Service Building Lobby Confetrence Room B, second level/red side : Airport Name: Tampa International Airport HAA Project Number : 4215 09 FAA AlP Number : 3 12-0078-52 009 3-12-0078-50-009 Project Title : Relocation of the Airport Surveillance Radar (ASR-9) mandatory pre-bid conference will be held in the Authority boar room, located in the Landside Terminal Building, third level blue side on July 9, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. For more info ation regarding the bidding of this project, please access the Auth rity's website at www. tampaairport .com; Quick Links, Airport Busi ess, Notice of Solicitations fo receive automated e-mai l notifications of future business oppo unities, please visit our website at tampaairport.com and regis er using the Authority's Business and Supplier Registration Prog am. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) cj;ENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANT SERVICES !PROCUREMENT DOCUMENT NO. Q-005-09 : 1n accordance with the Florida Con sultant's Competitive Neg tiation Act (CC NA), the Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is solic ting statements of interest with qualifications from firms inter sted in providing general environmental engineering services on a as-needed basis at the Port of Tampa. the Consultant team shall have proven experience i n port relst d environmental matters Work under the agreement(s) will be a signed on ail as-needed basis. Any issued work orders may vary n range of scope and tasks Mandatory Pre-Qualification Meeting will be held Wednesday, July 1, 2009 at 10:00 a m., in the Tampa Port Auth rity's aoard Room located on the 1st floor, 1101 Channelside Driv : Tampa FL 33602 Respondents not attending this man atory meeting will be precluded from submitting a response to this FQ. II firms interested .If! qualified to partic i pate in this RFQ shall obtain a RFQ : l h structions and Submittal Doc . . to the Tampa Port Auth rity, 1101 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa FL 33602 Sub ittals .are due by F..r iday, July 17, 2009 at 2:00 pm. Res onses will be opened at that same date and time T-PA encourages the. use of. registered Small ess Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TP projects, and ha s a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE parti ipation. TPAwill consider SBE participation when evaluating the r sponses Firms failing to submit the required RFQ Documents may be emed non-responsive The RFQ is available through a link on t e TPA web site (www.tampaport.com), and fro m the De andStar System (www.demandstar.com). Questions rning this RFQ should be directed to Donna Casey of the s Procurement Department, at (813) 905-5044 or e-mail sey@tampaport .com, or faxed to (813) 905-5050 ... ,, INVITATION TO BID SEMA Construction Inc inv i tes 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 paving dewatering, storm dra i nage (material supply /installation), landscaping, grassing, concrete flatwork, handrail, guardrail, pavement marking, lights/signs/s i gnals/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 Thursday, July 9, 2009 to SEMA Construction, Inc. 6200 Hazeltine National Drive, Suite 100, Orlando Florida 32822 All interested parties should contact Estimat ing at phone : 407-563-7900 and fax all QUOTES to 407-563-7999 TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS DOCUMENT NUMBER P-014-09 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE .. The Tampa .l?.ott:Authority is requesting !M"bposals (RFP) from firms qualified to furnish all labor, ma ferials, equipment and serv i ces n ecessary or incidental to maintaining the exterior landscaping (approx i mately 3.00 .acres) at TPA facilities. Interested firms must have an for experience, reliability and the ability to provide the re.aJJirLserwJces. All firms interested in this RFP shall obtain a copy of the RFP Documents and submit a completed response o the Tampa Port Authority, 1101 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Ta ,;\pa, FL 33602. Submittals are due by Wednesday July 29, 2:00 p.m. Responses will be opened at 2:00 pm on the same date. A MANDATORY PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE I TOUR will be held on Wednesday, July 8, 2009 at 8:00am Proposers not participating In the mandatory pre-proposal conference will be precluded from submitting a proposal for this project See Section A -paragraph 1.2 of the RFP for mandatory pre-proposal conference details. RFP Submittals shall include a letter indicating the firm's interest and completion of the RFP Documents. Firms failing to submit the required RFP Documents may be deemed non-responsive The RFP is available through a link on the TPA ' web site (www tampaport . com) or directly from the DemandStar web site (www demandstar.com) Questions coneerning this RFP should be directed to Donna Casey of the TPA's Procurement Department, at 905-5044, or e-mail at dcasey@tampaport.com, or faxed to (813) Contact LaVORA@ (813) 248.;.1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement .In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email Your Ad To Or Fax 2417 To (813) 248-9218 Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO COM Child Care Teacher Needed To Work With Three And Four Year Olds. Must Have CDA Training, Experience, And Reliable Transportation. Call (813) 626-6836 For An Appointment HIRING HIRING HIRING Marketing Associates To Work From Home Guaranteed Income And Free Insurance (813) 417-6654 Debora Barr (The Tag Lady) Musicians Wanted Keyboard And Guitarists Primary Responsibilities Are To And Teach Choirs Salary Negotiable Contact(813) 223-3 023 For Phone Sales Earn 60k-100k Yearly Must Have Computer Skills Be Self Motivated Daytime Hours No Weekends Start Immediately (813) 949-4604 Extension 102 The Central Hillsborough Healthy Start Project, a program of REACHUP, Inc. announces case management and outreach positions vacancies. Please visit www.reachup i ncorporated org to review the position descriptions and application requirements. Application deadline is June 26, 2009 .. 0 > (.. c: z m N N 0 0 U) r 0 0 > en m z ::::! z m r I Ill c: r r m ::::! z "D c: Ill r c;; :X: m 0 m < m ;Q -< c: m en 0 > z 0 "" :::a 0 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA ,. SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS cp

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en 0 0 N (0 N w z :::> ...., >< c 0::: u. c 0::: u. c z 1-w > w c w J: tJ) m :::> a.. z i= w ..J ..J :::> m ..J w z i= z w tJ) URATION) $31,512 See our web site at http : //www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AA/EEO Employer Brandon Beauty! 1637 Crossridge Dr Brandon,FL 33510 4 Bedroom/2 % Bath ALL NEW! $159K Or Best Offer Call Cruz Trademarks 813-221-4457 HUD Homes! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199. 00/Monthly! 4 Bedroom Only $215.00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years @8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext5490 Claiming Your Tax Credit How do you claim the new $8,000 00 tax credit, if you pur chased a home in early 2009 and have already filed to receive the $7 500.00 tax credit on your 2008 tax returns? Homebuyers in this situation may file an amended 2008 tax return with a 1 040x form. You should consult with a tax advisor to ensure you file th i s return properly. ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: Yolanda Y. Anthony, Licensed Mortgage Broker Apex Lending, Inc., P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 Temple Terrace 2301 5th Avenue 2% Bedroom/1% Bath 5 Bedrooms/2 Baths Town Home For Rent CHA, WDH $800 00/Deposit $1,400. 00/Monthly Section 8 OK "LOOK" Also Available Call (813) 404-5667 Big Rooms 4 Rent Sulphur Springs Area Call (813) 325-6499 8207 Hillsborough Lane Extra Large 1 Bedroom 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath House New Carpet, Five Closets CHA, WDH $520.00/Monthly $850.00/Monthly Includes WSG $300. 00/Deposit Large 2 Bedroom Call (813) 610-4518 $600.00/Monthly References Required 3106 N. 17th Street (813) 267-4488 4 Bedroom/2 Bath House $1,000.00/Monthly USF Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Newly Remodeled Apartment Large 2 Bedroom $525.00/Monthly Town home 13053 Londondery Place 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Move-In Special Available Apartment Free Water $425 00/Monthly Section 8 OK Studio $350.00/Monthly $775.00 Lisa 813-728-3860 Call (813) 220-3633 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS EMPLOYMENT HOMESFORSALBRENT APARTMENTS/DUPLEXES ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIPNS ETC. . ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN

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' [ FOR RENT 3/2-House CHA, WDH $1 ,050.00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit 8204 Greenleaf Circle fl ear Waters Ave.IHanley Rd. Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 6104518 Sulphur Spring Area 2 Bedroom/1% Bath Townhouse For Lease Gated Community A Low $720 00 Section 8 Welcomed t>ecurity Deposit $300 .00 $25 00 Application Fee Call (813) 740-0384 Accepting Section 8 Set Your Own Deposit Immediate Occupancy :S Bedroorn/2 Bath Home $1 ,318/Monthly Riverview Bedroorn/2 Bath Condo $1 040/Monthly Contact Amy 813.433.3218 EBPM Corporation I South Tampa 2/2 Large Condo New Carpet Paint Ceramic Tile VVDH, CHA, DW 201 S. MacDill Avenue No Pets $875.00/Monthly Plus Security Deposit Section 8 OK' (813) w 2 Bedroom Condo ... : In Gated Complex Central Heat And Air Conditioning Reserved : Parking Space Free Access To Swimming Pool And Tennis Court V Pleasant Surroundings Near Central Depot For Many Buses $650 00/Monthly C all James At (917) ,7214649 Tampa Heights Area 2/1 -Condo 1902 East Lamar Near Palm Ave./1-275 $800.00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Call (813) 6104518 Foresthills 4 Bedroom/2 Bath New Home, Fenced Yard Also 3 Bedroom/3 5 Bath New Townhome "A" Schools Each $1 ,000 00/Monthly Plus Security Deposit Peoples Choice Realty (813) 389-1068 Section 8 Accepted USF Area Townhome 2 Bedrooms/2% Bath $800 00 Includes All Appliances Also Available 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $700 00 Grant Park Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex (813) 417-3455 3841 E. Osborne Avenue 3 Bedroom/1 Bath $950 00/Monthly $950. 00/Deposit No Section 8 Call (813) 210-5102 Section 8 Ready Now Busch Gardens Area 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA ; Washer/Dryer Dining/Living Room Patio, Fenced New Appliances Tile Cabinets & Appliances (813) 340-2127 3201 North 45th Street 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $1 ,200.00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Available Now (813) 735-5295 Darrel Hall (813) 7134055 (813) 770-2003 Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based sub jects! Dear Deanna! After being married for 10 years I love my wife but I think lim in love with someone else lim ready to file for divorce because I want to be with the other woman My wife and I don it have any chil dren and I would be willing to split our assets in order to be happy. How do I make sure the love is gone with my wife? Dear David: David Memphis, TN Check on your love through prayer to seek forgiveness for 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Central Air Tile Floors, Ceiling Fans Washer/Dryei Hook-up 1 !liM' Section B J Oilly Kenny (813) 416-6183 Or (813) House For Rent Nice 1 Bedroom/l Bath New Carpet $500 00/Deposit $550 00/Monthly (813) 732-5332 Or (813) 728 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath CHA, Washer/Dryer Fenced Yard With Storage 3621 North 22nd Street $900. 00/Ri:mt $500 00/Deposit (813) 244-9335 First Month Free Ybor City 2/1 -House 919 11t" Avenue $125.00 Move In Excellent Rental History Required $575 00/Monthly Including Water Central A/H (813) 238-6353 your adultery and violation of wedding vows Youire confused and sound selfish because thi ngs may not be going your way in the marriage The other woman has no place in this dec i sion and you need to make her disappear. Seek professional marriage counseling so your w i feis story can be heard and a decision made together about your future Dear Deanna! My girlfriend slapped me so hard that she cut my lip and I started bleeding It made me so mad that I slapped her. She called the police and accused me of beating her and I went to jail for thr ee days I broke up with her because she didnit tell the police that I hit her for calling my mother out of her name. She wants to get back with me. but lim just not feeling it. What should I do? Busch Gardens Area 3/2 Tqtally Remodeled $1,085. 00/Monthly Good Schools Section 8 OK 8718 N. 26th Street Small Pets OK -fall (813) 900-9935 f534 Gold Ridge Circle Clair Mel 4 Bedroom/2 Bath WDH, CHA Huge Backyard $1 300.00/Monthly +Security Call (813) 630-3030 House For Rent In Residential Neighborhood 3 Bedrooms Large Living Room Very Large Family Room Large Front And Backyard Paved Driveway Central Heat And Air Conditioning $850 00/Monthly Call James At (917) 7214649 Anonymous San Bernardino, Ca Dear Anonymous: Mothers are on the second line of elevation after God but you shouldive walked away instead of reacting i n a physical manner However any woman that will send a man to jail out of spite deserves to be alone. This woman told an ugly lie that will haunt you for a long time. You should enjoy your freedom and realize there are other fish in the sea. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M Write Ask Deanna! 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HOMES FOR REN Tampa Home For Rent Move In Specials! 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths 1-2 Bedrooms Homes 2609 Genessee Street From $500 00/Monthly! Section 8 OK Call 813-221-4457 Call Leib Or Denise www.trademarkleases.com At (813) 689-6595 8512 11th Street Furnished 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $900.00/Monthly With Pool, CHA $400. DO/Deposit Washer & Dryer Included Section 8 Accepted $950 00/Monthly No Deposit Call (813) 335-0076 (813) 885-5226 Call (813) 223-1490 3007 42nd Street North $215 DO/Monthly! 4 Bedroom/ 3 Bath 3 Bedroom/2 Bath HUD Homes! Washer/Dryer Dishwasher 5% Down, 15 Yers And Microwave Included @8%APR $900.00/Monthly For Listings $900. DO/Deposit 800-366-9783 Ext 5492 Call (813) 895-0175 Suiphur Spring Area Clair Mel 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 3 Bedroom/2 Bath House Central Heat/Air CHA, Fenced Backyard $950 DO/Monthly 1 Car Garage $1 ooo oo/Monfnly $300 00/Deposit ')Tf 8109 N. Brooks Street Security Section 8 Call (813) 610-4518 (813) 770-7749 HUD Homes! 3202 N. 45th St., 33606-3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199.00/Monthly 4 Bedroom/1% Bath $1 ,250.00/Monthly 4 Bedroom Only Deposit Negotiable $215 00/Monthly CHA And Kitchen 5% Down Appliances Included 15 years@ 8% Section 8 Preferred Listings 1-800-366-9783 Call (813) 690-0338 Extension 5649 Section 8 Rental Tampa Heights Progress Village 3 Bedroom/1 Bath 8315 Allamanda Avenue $850.00/Monthly 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Vaulted Ceiling A/C Fenced, Carport In Living Room Washer/Dryer Hook-up Big Master Bedroom With Available Now Walk-In Closet $750.00/Deposit Front And Back Porches $850. 00/Monthly WDH Large Backyard Call Ed (727) 542-7283 Call (813) 731-1014 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE h I I I I l ; cars Are Not Assets Nearly 30% of new car owners are discovering they 're upside down" they owe mor e on their current cars than they're worth in trade. What's more is, after mortgages car loans are the largest debts most Americans carry Since over 70% of all cars purchased are on credit; the current dea l e r ship crisis is mostly the fault of the car companies themselves. Peop l e are now saying, "I'd rather drive used and save the change". Move In Specials! 3-4 Bedrooms Homes From $700 00/Monthly! t r' Call www. tradematkleases.com Temple Terrace i 8705 Mandarine Place ,.-. . '1 ; 3 Bedroom/1 Bath ' l $900 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome No Pets Mike (813) 244-0658 Jackson Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bath House Fenced Yard $675.00/Monthly Includes Water $400 00/Deposit Plus $25.00 Application Fee (813) 482-2234 Progress Village Area 5909 81st Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central H/A Section 8 Accepted $875 00/Monthly $650 00/Deposit WDH Fenced Yard Call (813) 231-2974 The buy-here pay-here auto dealers usually receive several bids from lenders tor your auto loan Based on your credit the lenders give the dealer a 'buy rate the interest rate the lender will accept. The dealer however, offers you the 'dealer markup,' which they split with the lender or pocket in total. The buy-here pay-here, does not really offer you the best deal ; so after you receive the dealership's financing offer, check w i th your credit union or bank for a 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home CHA, WDH, Fenced Yard Newly Renovated $850.00/Monthly PLUS Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 390-4169 $205. DO/Monthly! Foreclosures! 5% Down 15 Yrs@ 8% APR For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext R592 New West Tampa Location Responsible Section 8 Only 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block Central Heat/Air Available Now Call (813) 245-7009 10020 N. Brooks Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home WDH, CHA $500 00/Deposit Section 8 OK Contact Ellen (813) 380-7839 comparative otter. Automobile Leasing Code Name Debt Remember at the end of an auto lease agreement you own nothing; also be aware that you may face charges for excessive mileage. Many leasing agreements limit you to 12,000 miles per year. At $ 1 0 for each additional half a-mile, many people face a f i nal bill of several hundred dollars It can also be very costly, if not impossible to get out of a car lease early 2105 East Ellicott 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath WDH, CHA $900 00/Monthly $900 00/Deposit Section 8 Approved Call (813) 786-8670 8534 Gold Ridge Circle Clair Mel Section 8 Welcome 4 Bedroom/2 Bath WDH, CHA Huge Backyard $1 ,200 00/Monthly +Security Call (813) 630-3030 Palms Apartments Under New Mgmt! 1-2 Beds Starting At $650 H20 Included! Move In Specials!! Call813-221-4457 www.trademarkleases.com CONTACT LA VORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION

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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 Ybor City 2910 East Columbus 212 Apartment $850.00 With Washer/Dryer Updated, Very Nice Section 8 Welcome Jacob Real Estate, Brkr. (813) 258-3200 Rent Based On Income Senior Apartments Security High Rise Services & Bus Stop 813.977.1663 (5) lN.'f .t.;,:,'ii'/NI rv 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 YCL<'"RfC au5V AT THE Cinnamon Cove Apartments 12401 N. 15th Starting At $425 00 On-Site Laundry Anti Convenient To Everyth(ng Call (813) 971-5254 Summer Special! 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $545 00/Monthly Free Water Onsite Laundry Section 8 OK 12301 N. 11th Street (813) 971-0341 1 And 2 Bedroom Apartments Very Clean Tile And Carpet Burglar Bars $550 $650/Monthly Plus/Deposit Call (813) 391-7046 Seminole Heights Totally Remodeled 1/1 $595.00 Includes Electric Water Safe/Quiet Neighborhood 6907 N. Navin Small Pets OK (813) 900-9935 River Pines Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY Active independent living for 55+, quiet park-like setting, shopping, transportation, social activities riverfront living. Efficiencies and 1-bedroom apartments starting at $380 00 per month (813) 985-4419 YCV 'f4" E Rt; I ..;!Tt; CON1:110>.1' :. SECTION 8 (2 UNITS) 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartments $825.00/Monthly Includes WSG Non-Smokers Near Everyth i ng Call 813-239-6199 First Month FREE $125.00 Move-In Excellent Rental History Required Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment 4005 N. 34th St. #H $535.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 Sulphur Springs Nice, Clean 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartments For Rent Student Or Seniors Preferred From $125.00/Weekly Full Application And Background Check Required (813) 298-8245 "Available Immediately" One Bedroom Apartment Located In Hyde Park Rent $662 00 per Month Age 62+ EHO Utilities Included Call (813) 870-1830 Ext. 22 (TTY) 1-800-955-8771 . Ad . J ledwards@flsentinel.com I Or Fax (813) 248-9218 I Near Ybor/Downtown Clean-Safe Furnished Efficiency Private Kitchen AJC, Share Bath $140 0 0//Weekly $140 0 00/Deposit On Bus Line (813) 846-9535 Grant Park Area 2 Bedroqm/1 Bath Duplex Centr o al A/C, WDH $700000/Monthly 'I $40 0 0 00/Deposit Phone (813) 325 8387 Tampa Heights 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Large Rooms, WDH/A/C $600 0 00/Monthly Water Included +Deposit Call (813) 224-9040 Tampa Heights New4-Piex 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice $1 ,050000/Rent Section 8 Accepted (813) 477-7734 Nice Area Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, WDH Receive $100000 Cash With Signed Lease 0 Deposit (813) 789-3879 8721 12th Street Sulphur Springs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $550 0 00/Monthly WID Hook-up Section 8 Welcome Phone (813) 451-1776 (813) 264-0698 5320 East 14th Avenue Apartment #8 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WDH, CHA $500000/Deposit Section 8 OK Contact Ellen (813) 380-7839 Temple Terrace Area Duplex 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced Yard, CHA Washer & Dryer Included $650 0 00/Monthly Plus Deposit 813-412-5597 Sell your stuff. 813-248-1921 The Florida Sentinel Bulletin ., ::u 0 c.,_ c z m N en N 0 0 (J) I 0 c )> CJ) m z ::::! z m I I m c I I m ::::! z "'C c m c CJ) :I: m c m < m -i c m CJ) c ?< )> z c :::tl c ?< G') m ...a. w I (')

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