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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area -.......... Ire man nl SEE STORY ON PAGE 8 'MORTICIAN OF THE YEAR' HONORED Members of the community gathered for the 2nd Regional District, Florida Morticians Association Awards Banquet. The event was held at the Hilton Hotel on North Lois Avenue on July 26th. Rev. Lawrence J. Epps, Jr., of Epps Mortuary of Lake Wales, served as the Master of Ceremony. Bishop J. H. Howell was the guest speaker. Those in attendance were delighted to learn that Ms. La Cheryl Aikens, of Aikens Funeral Home was chosen for the honor "Mortician Of The Year." Among those in attendance at the celebration were from left to right: Ms. Sharon Thompson, Coordinator; Ms. Barbara Ephrom Gay, aunt of the honoree; Ms. La Cheryl Aikens, the honoree; Ms. Yvonne Aikens, mother of the honoree; and Ms. Tonyatta Thompson, Coordinator. (Photograph by BRUNSON). Suspect Sought In Shooting SEE PAGE 16 Grand Opening Sat For Two Canters SEE PAGE 2 Local AKA Members Su Sorority Back To School Bash Planned-SEE PAGE 2

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0) Features Grand Opening Planned For Two Communitv Centers 6th Annual Back 2 School Bash Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel CitY Editor On Thursday, August 6th, a grand opening ceremony will be held for two new facilities offering services to the community. The newly completed senior center and community center are both located in the Oaks at Riverview Complex. Housing The ceremony will take place at 11 a.m., at 101 E. Kirby Street. Both Hillsborough County and the Tampa Housing Authority will serve as hosts. JEROME RYANS CEO/President of the Tampa Housing Authority c Jerome Ryans, to tour these two fabulous facilities that we are so proud of. My special thanks are extended to the City of a: President and CEO of the LL Tampa Housing Authority said, "We have an extraordi< nary opportunity to celebrate the opening of not one C but two ceni_er$ :Jhat will ffi provide needect.s ervices for ::::J our senior cinzens as well as tTampa, Hillsborough County, and th_ e Department of Aging services for their assistance in making the centers a .success." The Oaks at Riverview Senior Center is the result of a partnersh_ip between Hillsborou-gh County Department of Aging > our local community resi-a: dents. "The public is invited and we hope that you will join us ::z:: :-; en :L m ::::J.: a.. z w. _,. _, ::::J m ...:. w z z w en C a: g LL. 10ed'The'-; . : Hall Meeting ? "._._: __ Healthcare Reform HostedBy .. Rep. Betty Reed And The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) When Thursday, Auglist 6, 2009 Where: Children's Board 1002 E. Palm Avenue Time: 6:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. Featuring an update from Congress on HR 3200 Congresswoman Kathy Castor . Call To Action: Monica Pres. SEIU Florida Healthcare Union--. Distinguished Panelist Include: _ Mrs. Fay Coe -Asst Comm. Health Nursing Dir. Hillsborough County Ms. Lee Stirrat-UC Monitor Technician, Blake Medical Center Dr. Emile Cominedore-Dir. Of Minority Health, Florida Dept Of Health Rev. Willie Dixon -Executive Director, COACH Foundation Mr. Bill Newton-Executive Dir. For Florida Consumer Action Network N Contact Info: Mike Kinsey (813) 241-8024 or Michael.kinsey@myOoridahouse.gov a.: Services and the Tampa Housing Authority. It will replace the existing Riverside Senior Center at 829 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The new center will pro vide services to the 76-unit senior housing complex as well as to approximately 26,ooo elderly residents 6o years and older who live in Seminole Heights. It is located on the Tampa Housing Authority's HOPE VI site at the Oaks. Some of the services being offered include adult day care, care management, congregate dining, computer training, educational and wellness classes, fitness programs, health assessments, infor mation and referral, support groups, transportation, and other senior related activi ties and supportive services. The second facility is the Community Center that includes an artistic expres sion room, a gallery, a game room, a computer room, a cultural arts room, a media room, meeting room, and multi-purpose room, among others. The 10,000 square foot center also houses support services It is located on an existing City of Tampa park site that offers playgrounds, basketball courts, and a roller hockey rink. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The NFL Jackson HtrlgHts Youth Education .. : :n'>W n Center will host its &lW Annual Family and Frieni:lfi!' J Back 2 School Bash. event will be held on Saturday, August 8th, at the center located at the corner ofN. 34th Street and E. Lake Avenue, from 9 a .m. until 2 p.m. The purpose of the event is to provide youth in the sur rounding area the opportu nity to receive free immunization and physicals. Some of the full health screenings being offered include vision, hearing, blood pressure checks, and others. In addition to the health screenings, those in attendance will have an opportu nity to participate in several activities designed for the entire family. There will be food, games, and other activ ities : "We would iike to make you I f part of this wonderful community event and would appreciate your support. You are w .elcome to network along with the many comI:Jlunity business leaders and owners in the area, who are participating to make this year's event a success," Ms. MS. DIANNE HART Dianne Hart, NFL Advisory Chairperson said. Some of the vendors participating in the annual event include: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Center For Manifestation, Florida Governing Kids & Families, the Healthy Start Coalition, the Hillsborough County Nutrition/WIC Office, LIPSS, Office Depot, St. Joseph's Hospital Community Health Staywell Health Plan, Tampa Fire Rescue, Tampa Community Partnership, USF, Walmart, and others Anyone interested in obtaining additional information can contact Ms. Hart at (813) 748-0952; or Ms. Deidre Willis at (813) 235-5846 Citv Council Addresses Right 01 wav Solicitations During Thursday's City Council meeting, the issue of Right-Of-Way Solicitations was addressed from a safety perspective. The item (#58) as it appeared .on the City Council Agenda said Council members were to discuss accepting and fol-uThe V
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Features c: m (/) 0 )> Tampa AKA Members Continue To Support Organization C) c: (/) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week eight members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. filed a lawsuit in Wash ington, D.C. The lawsuit al leges mismanagement of funds by the current nation a l presi dent, Ms. Barbara A. McKinzie. When contacted by the Sen tinel, two members of the or. ganization commented on its length of service since it came into existence and their sup port of the organization Attorney Carolyn House Stewart, who will assume the duties o f preside nt ne x t y ea r said, I don 't comm e nt on pending litigation But, I point to our 101year record and stellar reputation of service and we have more than 70 years of service in this commu nity." She also stated that the law suit was filed in Washington D .C., and that no one in the local!glli!pter is a plaintiff in Sonja Garcia stated, "T}m_ has more 100 : yec,us of traditional service and leadership I refuse to allow this disruption to deter my confidence in our sterling record." President's Comments Ms. Barbara A. McKinzie, International Presi dent of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc said, Although I do not usually comment on active litigation or the allega tions raised in that litigation, I am compelled to speak publicl y at this time. Th e a llega tions in a recent lawsuit against AKA leaders are with out merit. The most outlandish mis representation is the so-called $900,000 wax figure of me That amount was allocated by the AKA Board of Directors to help defray overall expenses for our 2010 convention. "Two new wax figures one of me as president at the time of the centennial and one of our first international presi dent were purchased for a total of $45,000 by the Cen tennial Boule Hostess Chap ters not the national organization to complement the wax figure of our founder created in 1996 "Under its new leadership, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (AKA) has enforced strin gent financial standards as part of a professionalization of our organization, which is comprised of more than 260 0 00 m e mber s in more th a n 950 chapters worldwide Accounting and budgetary practices have been tightened, erasing past IRS liabilities and cost overruns. "Change never comes easy The malicious allegations lev eled against AKA by former leaders are based on mischar acterizations and fabrications not befitting our ideals of sis terhood, ethics and service. "Further allegations about personal use of AKA funds are false and unsupported by the organization s audited books All expenses were consistent with furthering .AKA's mission. "As part of the pr_qf.essionalization of the organization and in accordance with AKA's Consti tution and Bylaws, the Board of Directors authorized a stipend for the president. The Board is the elected governing body of the organization. "AKA regrets that it has been put in the position where com ments are expectedabout on--t g oing litigation. The Sorority under s tands the litigation process and will not try to sub -vert or circumvent it Never-N theless, AKA and its leadership g are proud of its successes and (/) m Charter School Head Calls Decision Racist z m r;m c: r r-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, members of the Hillsborough County School Board voted to terminate the contracts of two charter schools. The contract wl.th Re Birth Academy was termi nated as a result of low academic performance. The contract termination of Taylor Peace Academy came about because the school never officially opened, nu merous financial issues, and for not having a board of di rectors, the board said : However, Bishop Nathan Taylor, along with his wife, Mrs. Felecia Wintons Taylor, founded Taylor Peace Academy stated that he believes the termination of the contract was racially and friendship motivated. Bishop Taylor was to serve as the principal. "We weren't even given a chance to open. Everything I was doing was in tact Since we didn't open, we postponed the meetings with the govern. ing board, but it was very sound, Bishop Taylor said. He further stated that the school district had provided him with the computer to enter students' names as they enrolled, but never turned the equipment on. This caused him to have to go to other schools to enter their en rollees, he said. He further stated, "The con tracts of six African American charter schools had been ter minated in the past two years. But the white charter schools are receiving everything they need to be successful. They BISHOP and MRS. NATHAN TAYLOR MAR'YELLLEN ELlA Superintendent of Hillsborough County School District approved 5 new charter schools this year. I still have parents calling, wanting to know what happened "The superintendent told me that we weren't going to be successful and wrote the ter mination order. We use stan dardized education, but our methodology is different. That has nothing to do with rent, so how can she determine we won't be successful? "God gave me a vision to train the minds of children. Our methods would turn, around the youth in this county and across the nation," he said. Ms. MaryEllen Elia, Su perintendent of the Hillsbor ough County School District, denied the allegations. "This was not done without forethought and based on the law. There were a number of issues pertaining to the finan cial stability of the school. I told him that he would not be financially able to sustain the school because there were too many difficulties to overcome and that we had to make sure it was a viable charter school." She further stated that when Peace Academyw;:ts ,rwt ready to open when originally set the school district gave them an extension She also said that when the training was offered for the computer system, Bishop-. Taylor did not attend 'btit sent a teacher who did not re main for the complete train ing session : She given the name Of a school that could provide the train ing, but he elected to go with another charter school instead. Ms. Elia school is -not needs of the diildren to be successful academically ; then the school district must ad here to the law. Bishop Taylor said had the school district given them the $175,000 they were sup posed to receive in July, there would be no outstanding debt. According to documents presented at the School Board meeting, the school received $122,138.64last year for op eration of the charter school. However, since the school did not open, the funding must be repaid to the district. z ., c: m r-m c m < m :::0 < -t c: m (/) c )> z c "" 0 : )> <

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POSTMASTER : Send Addre s s Change To: Florida Sentinel Bullet i n P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. The Need For Black News We are pr9Ud to welcome the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) to the Tampa Bay Area for their national conference, this week. Sources say the organization's agenda of com-pelling workshops and provocative forums will be a C draw for high profile Black journalists. Most certainly, a: we shall be in attendance. And here's why. LL Just as we are concerned about the impact of the economy on the Black media, NABJ is concerned about the c( impact of the economy on the continued decline of Black journalists nationwide, with good reason. The Black 0 media and Black journalists insure balanced perspecCJ) tives of the news and coverage of topics and news events that might otherwise go unnoticed, underreported or t-misreported by m;gor media outlets. Indeed, when more > than 10 percent of all minority journalists lost their jobs ffi in 2008, NABJ members grew increasingly anxious > about the future of Blacks in their ranks. Most we are reminded of the traditional w adage, "When.mainstream media catches a cold, the Black media. g-erS:pneumonia." In essence, the detiny of cn NABJ membership is tied to that of the Black media, specifically general. Given qews coverage of issues that indicate how 'a.. far Amer_ i(!a :has to go regarding race relations, it z appears tlie need for NABJ presence will be just as great ti: during the 21St century as it ha,s always been, in years : .r t -...J pas. :::;) m r--------...,.....----------------------------, ...:. w z : The Praver-Cioth Allostle, Rev. Ike t=: z w CJ) c( 0 a: 0 ...J LL M any of our readers are too young to remember. And those of us who do indeed, remember may be too embarrassed to admit it. But just the other day, a member of our staff -a fellow well into his sixties. -fished iilto his wallet and brought out a discol-ored piece. of c9tton cloth, one inch square. He se.t it down by a word-processor keyboard, then sat in a chair next to the console, crossed his legs and waited for someone to say something anything. But only one of us knew what to say and knew.what it was that the man had placed by the computer. It was a prayer cloth from a New York City evangelist named Frederick J. Eikerenkoetter. But the world called him Revere .. d Ike! That he had humble beginnings Qnly heightens the majesty of this larger-than-life human being. Unbelievably handsome, deceivingly dapper and for more than half-a-century the undisputed king of radioministry, "Thee" Reverend Ike -who was as fluent in Spanish as he was eloquent in English -became a household word throughout America and much of the radiolistening universe. Admired and often secretly envied by America's civil rights movement; courted by Hollywood celebrities and eye-balled by the news media who neveq quite knew how to handle Rev. Ike's quick quips-of-thelip, this man who was god-fathered by the legacies of Daddy Grace, Father Divine, Marcus Garvey and nameless other gospel-icons who were as much myth as men, was finally, simply allowed to grow old and fade into for-"!t getful oblivion. w And so, he did. At the age of 74, having suffered a e, stroke from which he could not heal himself, Rev. Ikewhose prayer cloths and radio-moments uplifted mi:k Things That Makes You Go Hmmmm As a result of the wide world of communica tions, we are readily linked to things that happen all over the world. It only takes the click of a mouse and you're in another world As a result of this modern technology, we are also exposed to all kinds of news. Some of the things we hear are shocking, some are sickening, some make you angry, some make you sad, and others ... they just make you shake your head, sigh andgohmmm! I feel that being in this business I have long since been shock proof. While some things surprise me, I have long since stopped doubting the depths in which a person can sink -or rise --for that matter. I decided long ago that I would take the news as it comes. But, while I'm shock proof, apparently, I still be surprised. I of a case where a s fOward .. '... County court must dedqe if it will restore the rights of a parent. The Department of Children and Families terminated the man' s rights. Now, they have had a change of heart. They want them restored. That is huge news in itself because I have yet to see DCF reverse itself. That would be admitting that they were wrong .in the first place! So, let's look at the rea son behind this sudden change of heart. Last July, his parental rights were ter minated. He filed an appeal that had not been settled. Then, in April, this father who didn't deserve to be around his own daughter was killed in a car accident. And a wrongful death claim has been filed by his estate. And, yo. u guessed it, the girl who is now 13, won't get a nickel with a hole in it. The court said termination of parental rights is based on the best interest of the child and not the parents. So, in keeping with that line of thinking, the child needs to be in a position to get paid. So, now that he s dead, it wouldn' t matter why his rights were taken away! This article gives the impression that DCF wants to be in a position to. recoup money they've spent if the wrongful death claim is a winner. And, it's all in the best interest of the child, right? This is definitely one of those things that make you gohmmm! Barack Obama And Healthcare I for one am tired of people saying 'to defeat healthcare is a defeat for President Obama.' In spite of the president's consistent insistence that the healthcare program isn't about him people continue to assert that President Obama's success as presi. dent depends on him getting a healthcare bill passed. How out of touch can these fear-mongers be! President Barack Obama and his family don't need a health care plan : They have one. In fact, they have one of the finest healthcare programs in the world. The same can be said of those Senators and Representatives who are trying to stop the President from getting a healthcare plan passed that will do many things for many people. The plan will cover 97% of the United States citizens, if not all of them The plan will get pre-existing conditions covered. It will improve healthcare and drive down the costs. It will provide citi zens with insurance options, provide for wellness coverage, among some other medically needed healthcare issues. President. Obama is pushing for a medical plan with a public option not for President Obama or his family. The American people are his concern. It has been said that so many problems go unsolved because those with the abili ty to solve the problem don't have the problem and many of them don't see problems as being problems That is very much the case in the healthcare debate. Those debating and voting on healthcare plans do not need healthcare. I see this debate as an event wherein many politicians are playing politics with the health, the lives and the quality of life of many Americans. Some key Republicans have already said that they want President Obama to lions -passed on into that great, good night. fail as President of the United States. For those fear-mongers, it is no surprise that they are opposed to anything that President Obama attempts to do for the betterment of America and its citizens. Fortunately for President Obama, their comments, deeds and accusations just roll off of. his back and he keeps on keep ing on. History will tell all of us that for decades; .legislators, Presidents and Medicare professionals have believed that healthcare reform was necessary. To date, no presi dent has been successful in getting the reform done. Some presidents didn't even try. The jury is still out on President Obama,s efforts, but people let it be known that healthcare reform is long overdue It is not about President Obama. Instead, it is about the American people. Is he dead? Is it possible? Look into your wallet. See if his prayer cloth is still there. Has Rev. Ike gone, forever? You tell us!

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In this photo, Mrs. Elizabeth Curry models a hat. Mrs. Johnnie Jacobs smiles for the camera in this photo from the past. '. In this scene from around town photo is Catherine Guinyard, Nevada Bell and Lelia McClung. Happy graduates on this photo are Keril Gadsden, Dewayne Wynn and Tere.Sa Sanford. "T1 r-0 :::D j (J) m Z '::! .. z m r-1 Ill c: r r-!!l z ., c: llJ r .en ::::t m 0 m < m -< ..... c m (J) 0 .:J> z 0 :::D 6

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c a: u. c z c( c (/) w ::::> ..... ROBBIE BURNEY To the lbve of my life on your special day. I will a lways be there for you, now and forever. May Yahweh bless you. Always and forever, your wife, Janet and sister, Linda. Yap-Yap. -r' ... Subscribe Today! .,. : 1 Sentinel Bulletin TESHIA Happy birthday to me! Skip all the small talk about how big my ego is or who t hat spe cial someone is to keep you guessing! _. Those who know me, what type of person I am and those who don't, come out tomorrow and find out at Wasted Wednesdays -at -" - -- Hollywood. Birthday, wishes .to my daddy, Scoopman, Tr.ain and Roz. Early wishes to my cousin, Keshia, -Lu and AI, and Carlos of 360 Records. > lit w > W: w :J: (/) :;, m ::::> a.. z ffi .... .... m ..:.. w z t= z w (/) a: 0 .... u. Did You Know That .... Meditaid Provides Coverage For Denture -Patients, & Surgery In For Your Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 Meetings Civic Association The Thonotosassa Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc will meet in its regular month l y meeting on Monday, August 3, 2009, 6 :30 p. m at the Thonotosassa Bra nch Library, 10715 Main St. Thonotosassa (33592) 0 All members, family and friends are wel come. Please plan to attend. For addi t ional informa tion p l ease call, (813) 986-3300. Pauline Larry G rant, Pr esid e nt. CAB becutive Comminee Meeting The Hillsborough County Community Action Board E xecutive Committee will meet Wednesday, August 5 2009, 12 noon at the Fred Karl County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd 26th Floor, Conference Room 'D The Community Action Board is an advis9ry board tq the Hiilsborough County Board of _County Commissioners The publ. ic is inv j ted. For additional information, please call (813) 272-6770. Female Rites OIPassaue Kick-Oft Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Auxiliary presents its 0 kick off meeting and registra tion for the Rites of Passage Prograin. The meeting will be held s aturday, August 8, 2009, 10 a. m. -12 noon at Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate High 11602 N 15th St (33612). The meeting is mandatory for the parent/guardian and the applicant applying for tlie program Each applicant will be interviewed by a panel of volrliif eers "'"' ... The Rites of Passage Program begins in September and e n'& in May. For additional information please contact Tresa J;Joykin, Rites Of Passage Coordinator (813) 361-4539, or Tresa@derrickbrookscharities.org. Loc al 2009 Mr. And Miss Upward Bound Crowned At ISF Miss Upward Bound is Shavonna Cross, senior at Tampa Bay Technical High School. Mr. Upwar d is Markquis Miller, senior at Howard W. Blake. H1gh School. Travels To North Carolina To Anend Graduation Folks in Tampa traveled to North Carolina to attend a high school graduatjpn. Kiyanna Greinke graduat ed from High School Spring Lake, NC. Kiyanna gradpated from high school with honors (3.3) and is also a North Carolina honor student. While in high school, she was involved, in softball, martial arts and the National Club. She will ti e attending :Wingate UniversitY in North Carolina and. has decided to major in Biology and minor in Chemistry. Kiyanna is the daughter of Daniel and Brecya Greinke. Ida and Raymond Campbell of Tampa are her grandparents and Almeeta B . is ) KIYANNA GREINKE her great-grandmother. Kiyanna attends Teach All Nations Ministries in Spring Lake. The CampbeUs and Mrs. Williams traveled to North for the graduation. Highland Pines Task Force The Highland Pines Community Task Fqrce neighborhood will be held on Thursday, August 13, 2009 This meet- ing Will be Highland Pines Community Center, N Star St. The meeting begins promptly at 6 : 30 p. m. The Cnme Watch meeting follows at 7 p. m. Betty J. Bell,-Highland Pines Community Ta11k Force, Inc. All-Class Meeting The meeting for the All-Class Reunion C'70s'8os) will be held on Friday, August 14th, 6 :30 p m at Applebee's on 56th .st. and Fowler Ave. Tickets are still being sold for the Family and Friends Day picnic. Th:e. Voice of o7rr.rrr.unity Speakin. g .'Tor Itse.lf'r.

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Local Rep. Benv Reed, SEIU To Discuss Healthcare Reform At Meeting Thursdav Representative Betty Reed and representatives from the Services Employees International Union (SEIU) will discuss Healthcare Reform on August 6, 2009, 6 p. m. -8 p ni., at the Hillsborough County Children's Board, located 1002 E. Palm Avenue Sky rocketing healthcare has frozen wages, crippled the state's budget and is pre venting the economic recov ery that our state truly needs. "We mu"i. reform health care now," said Rep. Reed. "We can't wait another four years With that said, please join us for an evening of discussing a topic that is so important to many of us. Moses White Estates To Become A Realitv For almost a decade, a huge piece of land at sotli Street and Diana has been vacant. The Tampa Housing Authority wanted to build a development on the property that would be 'called Moses White Estates. However, funding and other factors caused that project to be delayed. According to T.H.A. spokesperson, Lillian Stringer, under the capital funding portion of a $10 million stimulus award they received, the project will be a reality. "We are reviewing different design options for the site and completing construction documents. "We will be putting a total of 69 units on the property, with some being 1 and 2 bed room flats, and the others 2 and 3 bedroom town homes Stringer said a pre-bid conference was held on July 9th, and another full biding process is scheduled for August As far as the redevelopment of the Central Park Village property is concerned, Stringer said they met with Governor Charlie Crist, Congresswoman Kathy Castor and others on the project, and it appears fund ing will be made available to complete the Encore Building. "We've submitted a document requesting funds from the NSP2 Program," said Stringer. "So many billions will be available through HOPE VI funds, and we're trying to get $20 million that would com plete the Encore." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsen-tinel.com. -t c: m en Tuition Funds Available For Kids To Anend St. Peter Claver c )> )> c: G') BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Central Park Village was razed, it affected more than just the residents of that public housing complex. St. Peter Claver Catholic School, located on Scott Street, was also impacted as parents who lived in the complex relocated, taking their children away from the school. With a decrease in overall enrollme)lt, several efforts have been made to get students to attend the school. One of those is to offer schol arships to kids who otherwise couldn't afford to attend the school. Allison Hewitt, President of the school's advisory board, said they are revamping, and preparing for new teachers at the school. "The school has a storied history, and we don't want that lost. The school has been around for 114 years, and we want to make sue the doors don't close." As far as the razing of Central Park Village is con cerned, Ms. Hewitt said the absence of kids from that complex is a significant factor. "We want to keep the school open, and welcome whoever c: occupies the Central Park Village site in the future We also have an alumni sale beinf 1\) planned." g Club 112 Manager, Sadi (0 Toure, along with Lee Ware and others, have been providing scholarships for kids for the past 15 years "We need at least 10 kids who want to attend the school, but can't afford it. We have scholarships available, and the school is down about 30 kids." Toure and Lee Ware started the Fortune Educational Program at Club Atlanta. At that time, they were involved with other schools. J "Now, we're concentrating on St. Peter Claver," said Toure. "We've raised about $50,000 at a golf tournament and we gave it all to St. Peter Claver. Now, we desperately needs kids to go and sign up to attend the school without ;!! worrying about the cost." 0 "Everything I do, I do out of :!! love, not personal recognition. I'm fortunate to have gotten a en group of people together who m wanted to see this happen." Z For more information on the i Mary m at (813) 224-r;. -.:!.!;.'V .r .. -rm .... z .,. c: IJJ en ,:::Z:: m ; c :rn < m :a -< -4 c: . en. C :a;.. < _;:> I ::c:_ ;,, c :I -n ::a ''6 ,, ')> .. It,\' '' You're always on the move. At Wachovia, we're with you when you want to keep on top of your finances without interrupting your flow. We'll review your ever-changing financial situation and help you find the tools you need to stay in control. Together, we'll select the right Wachovia products and services so your finances can keep pace with your life. Put your financial goals in motion today. Stop by, calll-800-WACHOVIA (1-800-922-4684) or visit wachovia.com. 2009 Wachovia Bank, N.A. and Wachovia Bank of Delaware, N A All rights reserved Members FDIC.

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en g tocal N ... 1-(J) ::> (!) ::> 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en ::J a:l ::> a. z "i= w ..J ..J ::> a:l ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL co w (!) Bishop Willie Sands, of By The Word Of Faith Church, St. Petersburg, was the guest evangelist for the revival at Light of the World Deliverance Church. Luis Brown was among those who attended the revival . Andre North attended the revival at Light of the World Deliverance Church. Waterman's Crossing Fire Destrovs 36 Apartments Kentral Sampson is angry and thankful to be alive. At 8:20a.m. Monday morn ing, Tampa Fire Rescue units responded to a fire at Watermans Crossing Apartments, 4515 North Rome Avenue Fire crews reported seeing smoke and flames rising from a three-story building as they approached the complex. They worked quickly to assure all residents were out of the apartments and to stop the flames from jumping to a nearby building. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Tampa Fire Marshals Office, but investigators said the fire was in apartment building G where there are 36 apartments, 25 of them occupied. About 4 of those units were heavily damaged and another 8 have smoke and water dam age. On July 9, 2009, there was an arson fire in a vacant apartment in the same build ing as Monday's fire. Kentral Sampson, who moved into the complex on Valentine's Day, said she remembers the first fire. 'We were told someone set a couch on fire in the same. unit where this one started. "I was sleeping when the fire started. My sister woke me and I got out wearing only my underwear." Ms. said vecyupset ai>bltt this ; oe ca use she feels management never .the unit where the fire s trW'd'la fffiont h : ""' ""'"' < ".1 have nothing left. Everything I own is gone. As painful as that is, I'm happy to be alive. One thing is for sure. I'm moving out of here. They've relocated all of us to other Tampa Fire Investigator Tammy Gulley tries to determine the fire cause inside of one of the burned out units. Brandy King tries to see if she can salvage anything from the fire units, but my plans are to get out of here as fast as possible. Brandy King moved irito her apartment in December 2008. She said she was also sleeping when the fire started. "When I woke up, all I saw was smoke. I woke my sister up, and we got out. After we got out, the fii:st thing I said to her was it's happen- ... ... .., \ G ... 'I.:\S: i-,. mgagam. "I have nothing left. Management said they aren't r epfacirig -a.n}rffifng we 'lost in the fire unless we had insurance. They' tol"d -us they're not responsible for. what we've lost.'' Ms. King said there have been other problems she's experienced since moving into the complex "I had just moved into the building where the fire start ed a month ago. I had prob lems in the other unit with a busted watei: heater. ''I'm 19, on my own, and this is really tough. I don't know where to start." The American Red Cross was on the scene tQ offer to all the 'fire vib- Anyone who w .ants to donate clothing or other item. s to Ms. King, Ms. Sampson or t-he other fire victims, should contact the Affiei:ic<).n Red Cross. Property Tax indi cate the complex fs owned by AHF-Bay Fund LLC out of Southlake; Texas National Night Out To Be Observed On Tuesday, August 4th, from 6 p.m. until8 p.m., residents are encouraged to participate in the Annual National Night Out event. It will take place at the Sulphur Springs Elementary School and will offer free health screenings and free food:

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Local -4 c: m (/) c }< Mt Olive Celebrates Homecoming 2009 In High Spiritual Stvle Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 4008 East Cayuga Street, Tampa, Dr. C. P. Epps, Pastor, celebrated its 2009 Homecoming Ceremony in great spiritual style on July 8-10, and 12, 2009. The theme for the occasion was The Kinsman Redeemer and the Reward for Being Redeemed" taken from the Book of Ruth. On Wednesday, July 8, 2009, services were rendered by Oak Hill .Missionary Baptist Church of Tampa, where Reverend Victor Ball is the Pastor. Oak Hill was welcomed by Sister Mildred Curtis and thanked by Sister Lucile Smith. Special presentations to Reverend and Sister Ball were done by Minister Michael Robinson and Sister Lossie Ann Mitchell. Thursday night began the presentations by District Leaders. Deacon Leonard Walters, Jr. (District Number One) spoke on "Except You Die," taken from John 12th Chapter, Verses 20-28. Deacon Willie F. Campbell (District Number Two) spoke on "Church Accomplishments." Deacon Otis Lewis is the the leader of District Number Three. Deacon Thomas Cobb spoke on behalf of Di ct N .umber Three and "God Is Watching Sheep" taken from Verse s 1 -3-German er Four) spoke on "Faith and Belief," taken from James 2nd Chapter, Verses 14-18 and 26. Deacon Auguster Montgomery (District Number Five) spoke on "Jesus, Foundation of the Church" taken from I Corinthians 1st chapter, Verse 10. Deacon Jimmy Smith (District Number Six) spoke on "Use Your Talents" taken from John 3rd Chapter, Verse 16 and Exodus 14th Chapter, Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps and Mrs. Epps hold the urn with the ashes from the mortgage being burned. Rev. C. C. Reaves, 90 years old, brought the Mortgage Burning message. Mrs. Mildred Curtis read the announcements. The Mass Choir rendered musical selections. Verses 19-22. Friday night concluded the presentations by District Leaders. Deacon Richmond Hadley (District Number Seven) spoke on "Looking tn .TesHs," taken from 27th Psalm, Verse One. Deacon Jack Cottman (District Number Eight) spoke on "Jesus: Denied From Me," taken from Luke 22nd Chapter, Verses 62-64 Deacon Junious Robinson (District Number Nine) spoke on "Conflict In The Community," taken from Galatians 2nd Chapter, Verses 11-14. Deacon Bobby Priester (District Number 10) spoke on "Working Generation of the Church," taken from Acts 6th chapter, Verse 12. Deacon Joe Williams (District Number Eleven) spoke on "Reaching Out" taken from II Thessalonians 3rd Chapter, Verses 3-4 and 11. Deacon Everett Lawson (District Number Twelve) spoke on Mrs. Rosalie Jones, daughter of the church's founding pastor, Rev. Levi Nelson, attended the Homecoming Celebration. Cassandra Grubbs, a member, enjoys the service. VICTORIA LEWIS "The Proper Response in Times of Despair taken from Job 19th Chapter, Verse 25. Dr. C. P. Epps introduced all District Leaders and presented them with participation certificates. He was assisted by Sister Mildred Curtis and Sister Clara Cobb. On Sunday Morning, Mt. Olive honored Dr. C. P. Epps for "so Years of Continuous Service" to the Church. He was endowed by the presence of City and County officials and other well-wishers from around the State. Dr. Epps and members were adorned in black with red accessories with a touch of gold. Dr. Epps spoke on There is a Redeemer" taken from the Book of Ruth Following this service, attendees partook in the "Homecoming Feast," which included a whole smoked pig. At 3 P. M., Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church of Bradley, Reverend Eugene C: Kendrick, Pastor, rendered the Annual Homecoming Service. Reverend N Kendrick spoke on ''I'm g Coming Out of This, taken z c :::D c

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c a: LL c z < c en w ::::: ... > a: w > : w 0 w :C CI) ::l m ::::: : Q. z i= w ...I ...I I ...I w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...I LL 0 T"" w Local Mortician Of The Year Award Banquet For 'A Woman Of Great Faith' The Mortician of the Year 2nd Regional District, Florida Morticians Association Award Banquet for "A Woman of Great Faith," Ms. La Cheryl Aikens, was held Sunday, July 26tg at the Hilton Hotel. The Master of Ceremony was Lawrence Epps, Jr. of Epps Mortuary, Lake Wales. Bishop James H. Howell of Cathedral of Faith Church, Inc. was the guest speaker. Program participants were Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor of New Hope M. B. Church, who offered the prayer and grace; Mrs. Rosandrea McClendon, Milton Funeral Home, Dade City, who gave the welcome. After dinner, Mrs. Verinda Jackson of Funeral Home, St. Petersburg sang a solo; f{)llowed by Mrs. Desiree Ephrom Green, cousin of the honoree, who introduced the speaker, Bishop Howell. Presentations were made by Ms. Natalie Powell and George Pugh. Words of appreciation were given by the honoree, Ms. Aikens. Members of the committee that planned this elegant event were: Verinda Jackson, Jeffrey Rhodes, Carlos Jones, George Woodie, Rosandrea McClendon, Sharon Thompson, Tonyatta Thompson, Jerome Smith, and the staff of Ailkens Fumeral; Home. (Photography By Brunson) Pastor Ernest and Mrs. Chloe Coney and Rev. Pauline Cole attended the celebration. Among the guest s a t t h e banquet honoring La Chery l Aikens as Mortician of the Yea1, 2nd Regional District, Barbara Tripp, Edith Shepherd and Lois Weems. The honorees sons, Jorden Aikens Guzman (15) and JarenAikens Guzman (10). Pastor and Mrs. T. W. Jenkins of New Hope M. B. Church. Rev. Lawrence Epps, Jr., Master of Ceremony, Epps Funeral Home, Lake Wales. Karen Ke-ith an(fEfecta Davis. :Businessmep., M .arvin Knight and Sol Davis, Sr., attended the celebration honoring La Cheryl Aikens Mortician of the Year, 2nd Regional.District. ,;.:, .. Mrs. Lisa Bell and Mrs. Martha Hook at the celebration honoring_La Cheryl Aikens. Rev. and Mrs. Zachary (Freddie) Hudson attended the celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Jetie (Ozepher) Wilds at the celebration. Coleman Bell and Isaiah Robinson. Inez Doyle and Mary O'Neal at the celebration honoring La Cheryl Aiken. Adrian White and Charles Borders attended the celebration honoring La Cheryl Aikens at the Hilton Hotel.

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Local Entertainment 'Mamma Mia' Star Inspired Bv Michael Jackson DAMIEN DESHA UN SMITH BY JULIA JACKSON "I knew I always wanted to perform at a very young age of my life," states Damien DeShaun Smith. As a youngster he watched many performers dancing and acting. "One of my biggest inspirations came from the late, great "MJ" Michael Jackson,. he said. Damien will be in Clearwater at Ruth Eckerd Hall appearing in the hit production, Mamma Mia. He has auditioned for many plays and has performed in many major productions, such as Sophisticated Ladies and Rent, which was also at Ruth Eckerd Hall Damien attended Shenanerah University in He grew up as a Baptist, which with his solid foundaof faith. Offering advice for the profession, Smith said, you need to remain confident in your work, know that you've been blessed to give back and share your art.' "There is more than just performing on stage than you can imagine in a major production such as Mamma Mia. We perform much of the singing for the background sounds that you hear in the play. "I am so excited about returning to Florida and Ruth Eckerd Hall. I look forward to performing in Mamma Mia. I never forget how such a blessing it is to be able to have such an opportunity." Another role model in Damien's life is Tyler Perry. He would love to one day perform in one of his productions. Rev Run And Familv 'Walk This WaY To Meet A Walrus Hip hop legend and 2009 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons of the iconic group RunD.M.C. met a large, whiskery fan, Sir Winston Walrus at Sea World Orlando, along with wife Justine and kids. Rev Run and his family enjoyed their Orlando vacation at SeaWorld before shooting their seventh season of "Run's House." From left: Rev Run, his sons, Russy, and Diggy, wife, Justine, and daughters, Miley, and Angela. For more information, visit Sea WorldOrlando.com. "The Voice <".J.l c .on-ununity f i n Ilself"' s;s 248-.1.921. -4 c m CJ) c Maxwell Croons And swoons Sold-Out Crowd )> c G) c CJ) -4 1\) 0 0 CD Maxwell entertained sold-out crowd at Ruth Eckerd Hall BYYOANT There wasn't an empty seat at Ruth Eckerd Hall by the time the star of the show took center stage. Dressed in all black, the comeback of Max was on. Soul singer Maxwell used his smooth, sexy voice to seduce the sold-out crowd of more than 2,000 screaming women of all races, creeds and colors last Thursday night. Maxwell Rivera, 36, was definitely back! Taking a 7-year hiatus, to "experience everydaylife and becorpe a man", the MAX thanked everyone for making his new album, the first of a trilogy, #1 on the charts. "BLACKsummers'night hit the shelves on July 7th. Through piercing cheers, the TV ONE Panners With Ford To Bring The Ford HBCU Business Classic To TV SILVER SPRINGS, MD --1V ONE has partnered with the Ford Metor Company to present the original special, The Ford HBCU Business Classic, which brings together some of the nation' s brightest and most talented young bi.tsi_ riess minds from prestigii ;ms historically Black colleges and universities 0-IBCUs), who compete for scholarship money while they hone their entrepreneurial skills in a business plan competition . The reality-based special, hosted by actor Darryl Bell from the classic sitcom A Dzfferent World, will premiere Sunday, August 2, from 8 p.m. to 9 p .m., repeating that night at 11:30 p.m. (all times ET). very humbled neo-soul singer graciously accepted the unbelievable love of his Tampa Bay fans. Tampa was the next to last stop (Miami, July 31st) of his 33 city tour that started June 17th but you couldn't tell, because Maxwell was as his best. The Brooklyn native, clean cut and smooth started off with the horn-laden "Get to Know Ya", and man, if you had on the wrong shoes, you were in trouble, because from that song : iintil the last note, tlie crowd was on their feet. flowers with kisses, and showing the panties thrown on stage, it was obvi ous Maxwell came to do a job he was meant to do .... make music that makes you wanna do somethin' somethin'. Although his lastest CD has '"11 r only been out for a few weeks, 0 when the MAX sang "Bad %J Habits" and "Cold", the crowd greeted the material like they CJ) were old favorites. m z Engaging the frenzied :::! crowd, Maxwell launched Z into some of the old favorites m r;-Sumthin' and "This OJ Woman's Work", and his new single "Pr(!tty Wings". r I think. the',majority of the crowd females))eft z :d .. happy enterta,illl, e < ;k,; 1 OJ Maxw: ;;-ll \V.as worth the C: .., ''" 'CJ) watt... ":::J: He didn't just stand there and sing, he walked, danced, m -and pointed the microphone < toward the crowd as they sang along. (Photos by < Brunson) m CJ) c l'> z c ., ;o c G) m .... ....

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c a: LL c z < c en w .... ft w > w c w :X: en :J m .Q. z ..J ..J m ...:. w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL Entertainment Michael Jackson's Mom To Seek Control 01 Estate LOS ANGELES, CA -Katherine Jackson' s legal b attle for some control of h e r son's estate returns to court Monday i n front of t he same j u dge who is expec t ed to awar d her permanen t gua rdianshi p of Michael Jackson' s c hild ren. Katherine Jackson h as accu sed t h e execut ors of her s on's e state o f k ee pi n g he r i n th e dark. Dozens of lawy e r s are e xpected to p ack a Los Angeles courtroom w here a judge will consider the Jackson family matri a rch's challenge of the lawyer and former music executive named as executors in Michael Jackson's will. Katherine Jackson's lawyers filed a petition last week accusing the men who now control the estate of being "intent on keeping her in the dark" about deals they've made or are negoti ating. Londell McMillan, Jackson's lead attorney, raised questions about "a suspicious circle of relation s -hips" involving John Branca, the singer's long time personal attorney, and -John McClain, a music industry executive and long time friend. Howard Weitzman, one of the lawyers for Branca and McClain, said they've provided "timely information to Mrs. Jackson's counsel regarding potential business opportunities for the Estate." "Any inference that we have not been forthcoming in providing information to Katherine Jackson's attorneys is not accurate," Weitzman said. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff gave Branca and McClain temporary control the estate until M<; mday's hearing. Katherine Jackson is asking the judge to order Branca, McClain and others to answer questions under oath about their business agreements, to mine whether they are "fit KATHERINE JACKSON And MICHAEL'S CHILDREN and a ble to a dminister the estate. The men also were served with a 19-page demand for documents. Branca has refused to let Katherine Jackson see Michael Jackson's con tracts with AEG the compl},_ny that was organizing and promoting his planned concerts unless she agrees to keep them confidentia l. Branca's lawyer argued in a court filing that he has no choice, since the contracts have a provision requiring confidentiality. "There is one agreement being requested by Mrs. Jackson's attorneys where the other paity to the contract has agreed to provide the document to Mrs. and her attorneys but requested that the terms be kept confidential and not be shared with third parties," Branca's lawyer said "Mrs. Jackson's lawyers have refused that offer." Branca's lawyers all'!o argued that Jackson's demand for documents wa s too broad and burdensome "Such measures will not be necessary if Mrs. Jackson is appointed a co-executor of the estate," McMillan said. McMillan, in an interview with CBS Thursday, estimat ed the Jackson estate was worth $2 billion, while the executors have estimated in court that its value is around $500 million. The will written in 2002 places all of Michael Jackson's assets into a family trust. benefitiilg his mother, his three children and unnamed charities. Judge Becldoff will consider at Monday's hearing who will have permanent control of the estate. ot1un unizy I tself' . 1&:;:e.Bullet iri (813) 248-1921 suspicious Bag Outside Harpo Studios Is Harmless OPRAH WINFREY CHI C AGO --Bomb and a rson d e tecti v es s ay a s uspicious package discovered outside Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Studios in Chicago is harmless. Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Laura Kubiak says security personnel found a dark backpack with wires hanging out of it early Friday in a flower bed near the stu dios Police blocked off nearby streets as bomb and arson detectives investigated early Friday. Police say the investigation using "remote diagnostics" determined there was no bomb. But police will not say what was in the backpack. The investigation was completed and the streets reopened a few hours later. The building was not evacu ated. MCHammer's cousin Accused Of Rape In CaiUornia MARVIN QRANT . MC HAMMER'S COUSIN LIVERMORE, CA --Police in Northern California say a cousin of rapper MC Hammer has been accused of raping a woman he met on the social networking site Twitter. , ... KPIX-TV reports that 33year-old Marvin Graitt was arrested fP! of rape Thursday in the sexual assault of a 40-year-old woman who arranged to meet him at a Livermore hotel Wednesday night. Livermore Police Lt. Matt Sarsfield says the two developed a romantic relationship over e-mails and phone calls. Police say Grant attacked the woman after she declined his advances. Grant, who is also known as Marvl appears on the rap per s reality show on the A&E cable network. The show follows the rapper and his fami-Uncle Sam Wants Chris Tucker And Diddv ToPavuo H ave n' t we all l earned by now t hat the IRS doe s n t play when it comes to get ting their money (Exhi bit A : Wesley Snipes and Ron Isley)? A pp are n t l y n o t Acco r d in g to the D etro it N e ws th e st a t e o f filed a $3,594,40 9 aga inst Chris T u cker w eek for four y e a rs w orth unpaid taxes! No we h aven' t seen him around late l y, he' s probably busy ducking the tax folks like their name was Big Worm. Chris hit a career jackpot with the Rush Hour franchise pulling in $20 million a fli c k, so not really sure w hat the problem is but considering the state of California is in a $31 billion debt crisis you know the "Governator" Arnold Schwarzenegger and his people will be back for those ends. Diddy also owes the IRS back taxes, reports DrewReports.com, though his amount is much smaller at $7,373. Apparently back in 2007 Sean underpaid the CHRIS TUCKER AndDIDDY federal tax for his Atlanta branch of Justin's restaurant. Diddy's people say that it was an address mishap and the IRS was mailing the business papers to an address that the pro d ucer hasn t used in 10 years (right, because snail mail is the only way that the IRS gets in touch with folks?). Diddy's reps also say that when he found out about the debt he wrote a check for the amount which should be arriving to the IRS "shortly." Drake Falls Onstaue, Re-lniures Knee DRAKE Drake took a chance when he decided to perform on the America's Most Wanted :tour\ with an injured knee,a 'nd that chance turned out badly on Friday night, when he had a nasty fall and had to be helped offstage at the Susquehanna Bsnk Center in Camden, New J ersey. Jhe up-and-comin_g .r,apper/singer tore his ACL sev eral weeks ago and, up until just before the tour which also features Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Soulja Boy and others began, it was up in the air as to whether he would perform at all at all. However, he decided to take a risk and play a short set, coming onstage for thre e songs. In footage of the fall on Drake is seen walking past Lil Wayne (with whom he was perform ing) and suddenly slipping Within seconds, stagehands help him up and assist the badly limping MC offstage. Lil Wayne stops the track and jokes with the crowd about needing extra insurance for the tour; He asks the audience to make some noise for Drizzy, ,and then asks if any ladies in the house can do Drake's verse for him. After his fall, Drake tweeted to Miss Info about the incident. "We straight," he wrote. "Just to show that this ACL sh-ain't a .joke. Thanks for the support, and we ll be back ... Young moola." "All is well ... ," he wrote. later. "On the bus laying down ... Getting surgery this week but I'm walking Thank my whole YM family for the help. Lion Hearts!"

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Sports Bucs' Barber Wants To Show He's Still A Top CB RONDE BARBER TAMPA--Playing mostly zon e in the Tampa 2 system for the past 12 seasons cornerback Roqde Barber was able to torment quarterbacks in obvious passing situations, trusting his instincts to anticipate plays and move on the football. More often than not, he guessed right. It showed with 37 interceptions, 23 sacks and 13 touchdowns in his career, including 11 on fumble and interception returns tied for third-most in NFL history. A new scheme will require him to play more bump and run coverage than in Monte Kiffil)'s defense, and at age 34 and coming off a sub-par season, Barber is determined to prove he's still a top flight NFL corner. It's completely out of my control what people say abo u t me," Barber said "I j ust g o ou t a n d d o my job Hopefull y that speaks for i t self." T h e f ive-ti m e P ro B ow l selecti8ifl c o nce d e s h e o wes a lot t B pikyihg i n t h e s ame systeqt 'liis entire ca r ee r allowin g h im to becom e the only cornerBa c k in l e a gu e history with at least 2 0 interceptions and 2 o sacks. He's also forced 10 fumbles and has nine fumble recov eries. Like Barber, first-year Bucs coach Raheem Morris rejects the notion that the corner owes his success to the Bucs v ersion of Cover 2. "He's out to prove you guys wrong, said Morris, who's worked with Tampa Bay's secondary for six of the past seven years, includ ing 2008 as defensive backs coach. "He's not a system corner. If he's a system corner, then I don' t know any other Cover 2 corners out there that have those kinds of numbers," the coach added; "Keep producing those sys tem corners and maybe you can call him that." White's Weight-loss Secret: Stop Swilling Tequila NASHVILLE, Tenn.-Not Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig or Nutrisystem Forget about hiring a private chef to cook healthy meals. LenDale White lost more than 30 pounds this offseason and is in his fourth training camp with the Tennessee Titans at his slimmest weight since high school. The running back admits he wishes he understood earlier in his career the importance of being in shape Just how did he lose the weight? W:hite gave up tequila I really got to be honest, White said. "It wasn't a lot of major diet changes. (It was) watching what I drink. I was a big Patron consumer. ... That's what it was. I was drinking a lot, drank a lot of alcohol. I cut that out of my diet all the way. I don t drink Titans nmriing backs Chris Johnson (left) and LenDale White combined for 2,001 rushing yards last season. at all. I cut the drinking I stopped drinking for s i x months. "It started falling off." Broncos' Marshall Tweaks Hammv At Camp BRANDON MARSHALL ENGLEWOOD Colo Disgruntled Denver Broncos wide receiver. Brandon Marshall rriissed the last hour of practice Sunday after pulling up with an apparent hamstring injury while runn i ng a deep side line route. He sat out the late after noon session as well. Marshall hobbled to the sideline mid-morning, tossed his helmet and dropped to the grass. He didn't return to action, staying on the sideline a few minutes before limping to the trainer's room. Jackson lniures Leu At Practice TARVARIS JACKSON MANKATO, Minn. When defensiv e tackle LeTroy Guion rolled up on Tarvaris Jackson's left knee in practice on Saturday, the Minnesota Vikings' quarterback compe tition nearly ended before it really started Much to Jackson's relief, the injury was not nearly as serious as it first looked and he expects to back on the field competing for the start i ngjob in no time . Jackson sprained the MCL in his left knee, but avoided any serious injury, a person with knowledge of his condition said. The person requested anonymity because the team did not make an official announce ment. Coach Brad Childress declined to divulge the spe cific injury, but said Jackson would be OK. "It looks like he'll be just fine," Childress said. c! m en c Tiger Woods W ins Buick Open Bv 3 Strokes )o c: G') c: en -t I\) 0 0 (0 TIGER WOODS GRAND BLANC TOWN SHIP, MI --Tiger Woods won the Buick Open for a third time and claimed his 69th PGA Tour victory Hohum. Not quite. Woods shot a 3-under 69 and coasted to a three-shot victory with a 20-under 268 total at Warwick Hills, which hosted its first Buick Open in 19S8 and seemed to stage its final one Sunday. "I' v e played all around the world and I've never seen a day like this," said Woods, also the 2002 and 2006 win ner at Warwick Hills. "This event has always been spe cial, but today was some tMngelse He acknowledged thinking about his walk up 18 at Warwick Hills being his last, leading to him throwing his ball with a lot of velocity back down the fairway to fans. He also tossed a ball into the gallery at 17. I never do that but today was different," Woods said. "We aren't coming back here, and I wanted to thank all these people." Earl:x often at Warwick Hills, from the pro-am when he played with rocker Bob Seger through Sunday, Woods was thanked by fans who appreciated his appear ance. '"" r 0 ::u "I've never played in front -of fans like this," Woods said en And, they haven't seen a player quite like Woods. -t He improved to 36-1 when he has the outright lead after r;S4 holes. Woods has four a1 wins this season twice as ? many as anyone else on the J;; PGA Tour in just 11 starts -t since returning from knee Z ., surgery. c:: RolandThatcher (64), CD Greg (68) and John Send(m (70) tied for :::c' second. . broke the tie with rrl Thatcher with a 21-footer < at No. 4 then two-putted from 43 feet to birdie the < pars seventh.' After saving c! par from the trees on 10 and m water on 13, he picked up his final birdie with a two-putt on the par-s 16th. )o He moved into first place Z in the FedEx Cup standings C and padded his lead on the :B money list with another 6 $918,ooo after tying Vijay Singh's record of three Buick Open titles. With 6g wins, he traits just Jack Nicklaus (73} and Sam Snead (82)... Woods reached victory No. 69 at the age 33 years, 7 seven months almost seven years quicker than Nicklaus and eight years sooner than Snead. Subscribe Today! uThe Voice of Our Conimunity Speaking for .Itself" Call: .(813) m .... w

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m Sports "'d' len :::> (.!) :::> gerously behind as their 1-teams practice without them, Percy Harvin took advan tage of a luxury that few oth ers enjoy: his friendship with Tim Tebow. While Harvin's agent Joel Segal negotiated with the Minnesota Vikings, the speedy receiver spent his days on the campus of his a lm a mater catching passes from Tebow, his Heisman Trophy-winning teammate the past three seasons at Florida. "He's probably the best thing other than a pro quarterback," Harvin said Sunday, after signing a five-Percy Harvin could lead all rookie receivers in touches this season -through a series of Wildcat runs and bubble screens. year deal with the Vikings. "Of course he's riot a pro quarterback, but I got the best work in I could do with out actually being here." c a: u. c z < Odom Aurees To Stav With Lakers c en w :::> t-i:t w > w c W :::c: en :J _al LAMARODOM '' LOS ANGELES --Lamar : Odom is sticking with the W NBA champs. :::t After a rocky free-agent ::) courtship, Odom agreed on a multi-year contract Thursday w to stay with the Los Angeles Lakers, keeping intact most !z of the roster that won the w club's 15th NBA title this tn summer. Lakers spokesman John Black confirmed an agreement, but wouldn't discuss specifics. Odom still hasn't signed the deal, but could do so as early as Friday. The contract, which is. expected to contain three guaranteed years and a fourth-year option, maintains the Lakers' core of Kobe Bryant, Paq. Gasol; Derek Fisher and Odom alongside new teammate Ron Artest. Odom's ret).Irn means Los Angeles likely will be favored to win another Western Conference title -and that's what the 6-foot-10 Odom said he prized most during his eventful few weeks as a free agent. C a: 0 ...J u. Retired .No More, Mason Savors Return With Ravens DERRICK MASON WESTMINSTER, Md. -Derrick Mason was looking around for a marching band to mark his much-anticipated return _to the Baltimore Ravens Back on the field three weeks after announcing his "'d' retirement, Mason kiddingly T"" w spoke about getting the kind (.!) of reception that wide receiver Terrell Owens received upon his arrival with the Buffalo Bills "T.O. went to the airport and got a band, Mason said with a smile Sunday morning, after his first training camp practice. "I can't even get the Girl Scouts to come out." After announcing his retirement July 13, Mason acknowledgea that family weighed heavily on his mind, as did the murde. r of close friend and former teammate Steve McNair. "It impacted my decision on whether to continue to play or retire," Mason said of McNair's death. "When something like that happens out of the blue it makes you think abou t certain things where your life is headed and w here your football career is headed. Patriots Close To Signing QB CLEO LEMON The Patriots are close to adding another quarterback. Free agent Cleo Lemon is expected to sign with the team, perhaps as early as today, acco rding to a source with knowledge of the situa tion. Lemon, 2.9, could take the roster spot created when reserve punter Tom Malone was waived. Basketball Hall Opens Jordan Exhibit MICHAEL JORDAN SPRINGFIELD; Mass.-The Basketball Hall of Fame has opened a Michael Jordan exhibit before his enshrinement next month. The display features items from Jordan's NBA career and from his time at North Carolina and with the 1992 Olympic Dream Team. There is also a batting glove from Jordan' s brief foray into baseball. The exhibit is made possible in part by a $250,000 donatiqn from Nike and features several pair of the superstar's Air Jordan shoes. .. The Chicago Bulls great will enter the Hall of Fame on Sept. 11 with former NBA stars David Robinson and John Stockton and coaches Jerry Sloan and C. Vivian Stringer. BEAUTY UNLIMITED ADRIENNE This week's Beauty Unlimited feature is the lovely Adrienne. If you think you've seen her before, you're probably right, but you aJso wanted to see her again. Adrienne enjoys hanging out with her friends and having a good time. Her energy level is hard to keep up with at times, but she's gracious enough to slow down and allow you to keep pace. When it comes down to the man in her life, Adrienne said he must be exceptional and apart from any other man she's ever known. He must be able to find his own way and lead others at the same time. Congratulations to Adrienne as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. 3602 7th Avenue* Tantpa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 t!}e Cf <>$ ;,:. ('> 79 And' e I Keys Made Latex Flat White Paint. ............ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3 B h --rus es ........................ ........ 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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MemoriamsjCard Of Thanks HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AUGUST 5TH DEACON CHARLIE DARSAW You are greatly missed by your loving wife, Marcia Darsaw and family. IN MEMORIAM DR. ROOSEVEL1 J. BAKER. Sr. -su:nrise: -February 7, 1921 Sunset: June 1, 2007 It seems like yesterday, but it has been 2 years since you were called home. -We miss your hearty laughter words of encouragement. Daughters, Elizabeth, Frances, Olivia, P a tr:ici a Ann and Consle e IN MEMORIAM DR. ROOSEVELT J. BAKER, JR. Sunrise: August 27, 1948 Sunset: July 23, 2005 It has been five years since God plucked you from His garde n. We miss you so much. You wer e a n inspiration to all of us. You are al w a ys with u s. Sis ters, E li za b eth, Frances, O li via. Patri cia and Cons l ee. BIRTHDAY MEMORY MRS. F RANCE S A. BAKER July 28, 1934 Mot her, if roses grew in h eaven, Lord please pick a b u n ch for me. Place them in my mother's arms and tell h e r the y r e from m e. Tell her we love a n d miss her and when s h e turns and smiles. Pl a ce a kiss upon her cheek and hold her for a while. They say there is a reason, they say that time will heal, but neither time or reason will change the way we feel. For no one knows the heartache that hides behind our smile. No one knows how many times we've thought of her and cried. We want to tell you somethin g, so there won't be any doubt, she's so wonderful to think of but so hard to live without. Because remembering her is easy, we do it every day. But there's an ache within our hearts that will never go away. Happy birthday, Mom. We love you. Daughters, Elizabeth, Frances, 'Olivia, Patricia and Corislee. JAMES JENKINS I am proud to have been married to a man such as James "Jimmy" Jenkins, and will forever cherish the fond memories. I wish to also convey my thanks to family, friends and co-workers for their loyalty and personal sacrifices during the time of bereavement. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you. Vernice "Jeannie" Gaylord Jenkins. Let ou l;.tmily toke car e ofycnu fOnily. w e the key t o a fine nnd quality scn;ce -4 Local -----------------------------------------------------100 c Former longtime Tampa Resident Dies )> c:: Funeral services will be held for Mrs. Martha Mae Kinchen Butts, 89, who died following a brief hospital stay on July 26th, will be held on Saturday. The service will be held at Grace Mary Missionary Baptist Church, at 11 a m. Mrs. Butts was born in Cordele, Georgia, but lived in Tampa for several years, where she raised her 6 children. She lived at 3619 Linde ll A v enue, f o r sever a l year s unti l she moved to F resn o, C a lifornia with her daughter. S h e returned to AIKENS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Marie Thompson, Tampa, Florida. EVERm-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Hazel Earlene Williams Crandall, Tampa. Mrs. Nettie Tribune, Tampa. HARMO_fl. FUNERAl-HOME Mrs. Martha Butts, Tampa. Mr. Yoandy Cancio, Tampa . Mr. Jimmy Dewberry, Tampa . Mrs. Carmen Grisso, Tampa. Mr. Roosevelt Highlands, New York. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Virginia Pittman. Ms. Mary Ready. Ms. Dorothy Perry Wafield. STONE MEMORIAl FUNERAl HOME Fermina Rivera, Tampa. Mrs. Patricia Williams, Tampa. Mrs. Bertha Vickers, Tampa. WilSON FUNERAl HOME Ms. Elberta Taylor, Lakeland. Harmon Funeral Home J o h n W. H n m1on L.F.D. James H a nnon L. F. D 5002 N 40th S t. 626-8600 MRS. MARTHA MAE KINCHEN BUTTS T ampa and liv e d until s h e became ill and returne d to National California. C> Mrs. 'Butts was well C:: known throughout the com-munity for her generosity and willingness to feed the hun-gry She also took displaced children into her home and cared for them. Mrs. Butts is survived by her children : Eunice Butts, Cassandra Butts, Ceroasetta Simba, Rev. Tommy Butts, Gloria Butts McCray, and Edward L. Walker Butts. Harm o n 's Fun e r a l H o m e i s In c h a rge o f h a ndling arrangements. Reverend Ike, Who Preached Riches, Dies At14 The Rev. Frederick J. Eikerenkoetter II, the flam boyant minister better known as the Reverend Ike, who preached the blessings of mate rial prosperity to a large congre gation in New York and to television and radio audiences nationwide, died Tuesday in Los. Angeles, where he had lived since 2007. He was 74. His death was confirmed Wednesday by E. Bernard Jordan, a family spokesman. Reverend Ike had suffered a stroke in 2007 and never fully recovered, Mr. Jordan said "Close your eyes and see green," Reverend Ike would tell his 5,000 parishioners from a red-carpeted stage at the for mer Loew's film palace on 175th Street in Washington Heights, the headquarters of his Unitec Church Science of Living Institute. Mon ey up to your armpits, a roomful o f money a nd th e r e you a re, j u s t t ossing a rolind in it l i ke a swimming pool." His exh o rt a ti o n as qu o t e d b y The Ne w Yor k Tim es in 1 972, was a v ivid s ampling of Reverend Ike's philosophy, which he variously called Prosperity Now," positive self image psychology or just plain Thinkonomics." The philosophy held that St. Paul was wrong; that the root of all evil is not the love of money, but rather the lack of it It was a message that challenged tradi tional Christian messages about finding salvation loye and the intercession of the divine The way to prosper and be well, Reverend Ike preached, was to for get about pie in the sky by and by and to look inste a d within oneself for divine power. This is the do-it-yourself church ," he proclaimed The "A Family' s Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 J IMMY JACKSON . Owne r only savior in this philo s oph y is God in you One person who benefited from this philosophy of self empowerment was Reverend Ike himself. with Jim Bakker, Jimmy Swaggart and Pat Robertson, he was one of the first evangelists to grasp the power of television. At the height of his success, in the 1970s, he reached an audience estimated at 2.5 million. In return for spiritual inspi ration, he requested cash donations from h1s parishioners, from his television and radio audiences, and from the recipi ents of his extensive mailings preferably in paper currency, not coins. ("Change makes your minister nervous in the service," he would tell his congre gation.) He would .also, in return, m ail his contributors a pra y eq clo th ., ro :c c )> (/J m z ::! z m r-, m c:: r r-!!I z c:: m r-c;; :::t m c m < m :c < c: m CJ) 0 )> )> z 0 His c r itics saw th e d ona ti o n s r as t h e e nt ire po in t of h i s min: i stry, ca!Ji.rig h i m a co n m a n m is l ea i s !'floc l c H is d efe nd e rs w hil e ac knowl e dgin g hi s lov e o f l ux"ury arg u e d th a t his chur c h both in th e tra ditions Qf 0 evangelism and. in the ph\]oso-phies of mind over matter.-"' Whether legitimately or not, the money flooded in, making him a multimillionaire .and enabling him to flaunt the power of his creed with a show of sumptuous clothes, ostentatious jewelry, luxurious resi dences and exotic automobiles "My runneth over," he said has provided the h oghest standard I n f uneral services f or over 70 years Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodeo & Northern OWnero 301 N Howord Avenue Tompa FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywm s @ij n e t "i:i FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N 291 h St *Tampa, FL 33605 (BOO) 605-3350 (813) 248-6125 'WWW.wilson-funeralh o m e .com m .... 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c a: LL. c z Crime News suspect sought In Shooting CRAIG PARKS .... shooting victim Tampa Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Sunday morning. According to reports, offi cers responded to a call of a person being shot at 8514 North Tampa Street, Apt. A. The victim, Craig Parks, 33, reportedly told police he was shot in the area of 10th Street and Lotus, and drove himself back to his apartment Parks was transported to a local hospital and is listed in serious but stable condi tion. suspected Rapist Sentenced To 3lileTerms <( ----convicted for sexually batter ing a woman at knifepoint c tJ) w :::) 1-w > w c W :::t: tJ) :::i m :::) a. z ;:: w ...J ...J :::) m ...:. w z ;:: z w tJ) JERRODPASS On Monday, Hillsborough Circuit Judge Wayne Timmerman sentenced Jerrod 'Pass, 40, to three consecutive life sentences for an August 19, 2007 assault. Pass, convicted by a jury in June, has maintained he is innocent. On Monday, he was Judge Timmerman said Pass threatened to hurt the victim's child who was sleep ing in another roo!TI, in order to get the woman to submit to his advances. During the trial the victim recalled being awakened by a stranger in her home and raped as he covered her face with pillows The victim could not iOenti, fy her attacker, but DNA found on the victim was matched to Pass. Authorities also found her purse in a rental storage unit Pass was using Pass is accused of seven University of South Florida area rapes. This is the first case to go to trial. The next case is set for November. g i:t 0 ...J LL. M .eetinu on Mvsnace led To Robberv MANATEEAccording to the Manatee County Sheriffs Office, a man who went to meet a woman he met on MySpace was attacked and robbed by three men Thursday night. According to reports, Bo Yrabedra received a call from a woman he had been talking to on MySpace, and she invited him to come to her home. Deputies said the woman told Yrabeda to drive to her house on 27th Avenue and 15th Street and then call her back for further directions when he was in the area When Yrabedra arrived in the area on his motorcycle, police said he called the woman but a man answered
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-i m Classi Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., August 24, 2009, at the Board Room 2nd Floor of the County Center 601 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hea recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNIN'G BODY REGARDING ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058 SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 09-0880-USF (AB}, filed on 6/30/2009 by Mediterranean Enterprises LLC, represented by Dixie Liberty, of 5719 Tanager Lake Rd. Lithia, Fl. $3547, ph 813-817-8585 requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP-Beer and wine for sale and consumption on & off the licensed premises The property is 2,892 05 sq ft and is presently zoned PD-C (83-211). It is located in all or parts of Section 8 Township 28 Range 19 or 2734 University Square Dr. Petition SU 09-0886-RU (AB), filed on 7/1/2009 by Beanie's Bar & Sports Grill, represented by Donald Tichy, of 511 Manatee Dr., Ruskin, Fl. 33570, ph 813-230-6288 requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit-4-COP-RX-Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in connection with a restaurant. The property is 5,044.6 sq ft and is presently zoned CG. It is located in all or parts of Section 18 Township 32 Range 19 or 2002 Hwy 41 S Petition SU 09-0887-BR (CH), filed on 7/1/2009 by Rivers of Life Church Ministries, Inc represented by Willye MalVeaux Dent, Esq., of 5328 Van Dyke Road, Lutz, FL 33558, ph 813-333-0622, requesting a Special Use Permit for Child Care. The property is 5.6 ac and is presently zoned RSC-6. It is located in all or parts of Section 21 Township 29 Range 20 or 301 Lakewood Dr Petition SU 09-0891-EGL (AB), filed on 7/2/2009 by Athena Fox of 3643 W. Waters Ave #420, Tampa, Fl. 33614, ph 813-933-7665, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP-Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises The property is 2,000 sq ft and is presently zoned PD-C (84-161). It is located in all or parts of Section 21 Township 28 Range 18 or 3637 W. Waters Ave Petition SU 09-0943 USF (AB), filed on 7/22/2009 by Peter Taylor, of 7513 Yardley Way Tampa Fl 33647 ph 813-240-0243, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP-Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises The property is 2,216 sq ft and is presently zoned PDMU (85-355). It is located in all or parts of Section 5 Township 28 Range 19 or 2822 Bearss Ave. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 09-0747-GB, filed on 5/13/2009 by Paul Kolodziej, of 1126 County Road DB, Mosinee, WI 54455, ph 715-340-9900, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property is 6.18 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 19 Township 30 Range 20 or N/S of Old Gibsonton Dr at deadend (next to 1-75 exit ramp) Petition RZ 09-0773-TH, filed on 5/27/2009 by Charter Partners LLC, represented by Peter Pensa, AICP/Avid Group, of 2300 Curlew Rd. #100, Palm Harbor, Fl. 34683 ph 727-789-9500, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property is 18.95 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 30 Township 28 Range 21 or SIS of Muck Pond Rd. 1/4 mi W/0 Mcintosh Rd. Petition RZ 09-0779-BR, filed on 5/28/2009 by Vincent A Marchetti, Esq., of 100 North Tampa St. #2700 Tampa, Fl. 33602, ph 813-229-2300, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property is 19 25 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 1 Township 30 Range 20 or southeasterly cor of Brooker & Lithia-Pinecrest Rd. Petition RZ 09-0780-LU, filed on 5/28/2009 by Bricklemyer Smolker & Solves of SOO E Kennedy Blvd #200, Tampa, Fl. 33602, ph 813-223 3888, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to PD. The property is 0 .56 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 27 Range 19 or SIS of Sunset Lane, 20' E/0 Barton Dr. Petition RZ 09-0825-PR, filed on 6/11/2009 by Leonor Macias of P 0 Box 89579 Tampa, Fl. 33689 ph 813-663-9037, requesting a zone change from ASC-1 & PO (88-99) toM. The property is 9 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 27 Township 29 Range 19 or N/S of 24th Ave., 50' E/0 54th St. Petition Rz 09-0834-BYT, filed on 6/15/2009 by Nanci Chadwick, represented by A G Spicola Jr., Esq., of 412 E Madison St. #807, Tampa, Fl. 33602, ph 813-229-9326 requesting a zone change from AR to AS-1. The property is 3.45 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 16 Township 30 Range 21 or4511 Jessi Lane. Petition RZ 09-0892-RV, filed on 7/2/2009 by Paula Harvey, Zoning Administrator, represented by Board of County Commissioners o 601 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa, FL 33601 ph 813-276-5920, requesting a zone change from CG, CN, RSC-6, ASC-1, PO (99-0178 & 00-0696) to Riverview Downtown District The property is 68. 7 ac and ,is located in all or p arts of Section 17 & 20 Township 30 Range 20 or US 301 from Harraway Dr to Pine Ave, Sanford St from Commerce Dr to US 301, Commerce Dr from Sanford St to Riverview Dr, Riverview Dr from Krycul Ave to US 301 and Pine Ave froni Lost Boys Ln to US 301. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 09-0775-BR, filed on 5/28/2009 by Gateway Victory Inc., represented by John A.Bodziak, Architect ; of 2529 Central Ave St. Petersburg, Fl. 33713, ph 727-327 1966, requesting a major modification to amend approved conditions The property is 11. 7 ac and is presently zoned PO (00-457 & 89-81) It is located in all or parts of Section 35 Township 29 Range 20 or SIS of E Lumsden Rd. 200' W/0 Lith ia-Pinecrest Rd. Pet i tion MM 09-0803-BR, filed on 6/4/2009 by KCTB Properties LLC, represented by DeDe Grundel, of 41.15 West Spruce St., Tampa Fl. 33607 ph 813-263-3469 requesting a major modification to add Child Care as an allowable use The property is 4.97 ac zoned Planned Development PO (07-875) It is located in all or parts of Section 36 Township 29 Range 20 or 171. 9 Lithi'a-Pinecrest Rd. ,I' Contac t LaV ORA @ (813 ) 248-1921 To Publish Your Class i fied Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com IN THE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION OF STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF MECKLENBERG DISTRICT COURT DIVISION CASE NO.: 09-CVD-9457 Digna Roura (Plaintiff) vs Margarita Roura and Colin Connelly (Defendants) NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION TO: Margarita Roura and Colin Connelly YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Pleading seek ing relief against you has been filed The nature of the relief being sought is as follows : Plaintiff is seeking PERMANENT CUSTODY OF THE MINOR CHILO OLIVIA VALENTINA ROURA. born to Margarita Roura and Colin Connelly, in the city of Tampa, State of Florida, on July 3, 2004 YOU ARE REQUIRED to make defense to such pleading no later than the 1I1.b of August. 2009, said date being 40 days from the first publication of this notice Upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the relief sought. This the lltb. day of July. 2009 By: /s/ DIGNA ROURA 1410 Sansberry Road . NC 28262 Pla intiff (f) 0 )> c G) c (f) -i N 0 0 CD ., r-0 0 )> '(f) m z z m r-1 m c rrm -i z "tJ c m r-c;; :X: m o m :::u -< -i c m (f) 0 ?< )> z 0 ., ::a 0 ?<

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0 0 N ..,f' len ::J (!) ::J < I N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF )-"' THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL <( CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH W COUNTY, FLORIDA ::J 1-Case No.: 09-12453 Division: J LEROY DAYLE Petitioner And PAULINE I. DAYLE Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Pauline I Dayle 786A Lenox Road PVT Brooklyn, NY 11203 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on LEROY PAYLE, whose address is 8509 Wakulla Prlve. Temple Terrace. FL 33637 on or before August 24. 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at BOO East Twiggs Street, Room 101, Tampa, FL 33602 or P.O. Box 3450, Tampa, Florida 33601-4358, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the petition. Copies of all court documents In this _case, Including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may. review these documents upon request. t. -. You must keep tile Clerk of the Circuit Court's 'office notl(ied of .your address. (You may flle Ndtlce of Current Address,. Florida Supreme Court Appro. v .. d 'Famlly Law Form 12.915.)_ JW"'re papers In this lawsuit mailed to the address record at the c;.lerk's office. =-., .. WARNING: .. 12.285, F,lorida Family Law Rules of l?rocedure, re.qulres certain l!utoinatic ctis closure of documents a -nd:lntormation. to comp!y c;:an -result in sanctions, including dismissal -o.r of pleadings. :. NOTICE To PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disa!lility who rieeds any acco.mmodation In order to In this proceeding, you ar, e entitled, at no cost to to_ the provision of certain assistance . contactthe Court Administrator'. s.. .. A .D.A. Coordinator, 800 E. Twiggs 600, l:ampa, FL 33602; within (two) working days of your of ttiUs' n-otice. l fiyou are hearing imRi'ired c all1-800-955-877f. Dated July 16. -. \ .... PAT FRANK ..... CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ SHARON D. DALE DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 09-11S82 Division: J TINA LOUISE HARRELL Petitioner And DELVIN WAYNE HOWETH, JR. Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Delvin Wayne Howeth, Jr. 5210 N 17"' St. Lot 12 Tampa, FL 33610 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses if any, to it on..I..!NA LQUISE HARRELL, whose address is 3210 E. Genesee Street Tampa FL 33610 on or before August 17. 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street. Room 101. Tamoa. FL 33602 or p.o. Box 3450. Tampa. Florida 33601-4368, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the petition. Copies of all court documents In this case, Including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upof! request. You must keep the Clerk of; the Circuit Court's office notified of your curr.ent address. (You may file Notice : of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING:. 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, ce.rtain automatic disclosure of documents and: information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. .. : .. l '. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any in order to participate In this proceeding, you a r e entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision _of certain ilSSistince. the Court ACim. lni'st'ra t o r s i .::t J.'N1 Coordinator, (813) 272-7040 ; 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 y ,our receipt ; of this notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771 : Dated July 7. 2009 : PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ CHARl-ENE DAVIS DEPUTY CLERK SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE T HIRTEEN T H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AfllD FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA FAMILY LAW DIVISION Case No.: 09-DR-006853 Division: D IN RE: The Marriage of FREDERICK PARRILLA Petitioner/Husband and IRIS L. ALVAREZ PARRILLA Respondent/WIFE NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE To: Iris L. Alvarez Parrilla Address: Residence Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been f i led against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on WILLYE MALVEAUX PENT. ESQUIRE. Attorney for Petitioner/Husband, whose address is 5328 Van Pyke Road. Lutz. FL 33658 on or before August 24. 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East TwiggsStreet, Room 101, Tampa, FL 33602 or P .O. Box 3450, Tampa, Florida 33601-4358, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents In this case, Including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address ; (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers hi this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability. who needs any accommodation In order to par.th:,P,.ate in tllis. proceeding, cos-fto you, to the provision of certain assistan-ce. Please contact the Court Administrator's A.D.A. Coordinator, ( 813) 272 7040, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 (two) working days of your receipt of this notice_ If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 1-800-955-8771 Dated Jyly 17. 2009 .. PAT FRANK CLERK Of THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SHARON D. DALE DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIA L CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 09-DR-10427 Div i sion: J ANTONIO M. SMITH Petitioner and TRACY C SMITH Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION TO: Tracy C. Smith ADDRESS: 7008 N. Palmetto Ln Temple Terrace, FL 33637 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to se r ve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Antonio M. Smith, whose address is 7319 Seqyoja Drive. Temple Terrace. FL 33637 on or before Aygust 31. 2009, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street Room 101, Tampa, FL 33602, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the petition. Copies of all court documents In this case, Including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request. '::" -... \, : : ...... You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this p roceeding;you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain the Court Admlrilstrator' s!A.D.A. Coordinator, (813) 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 600, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 (two) working days of your receipt of this,notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired call 1-800-955-8771. Dated July 21, 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SHARON D. DALE DEPUTY CLERK Bridge Contractor solicits quotes/proposals for all DM/DWBE Subcontractors for all work categories associat ed with Hanley Rd & Waters Ave Intersection Improvements and Litha Pinecrest Rd. at Valrico Rd Intersection Call Transportation Structures, Inc. (813) 899-4411 DMIDWBE & EEO/DFWP NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAR PON IV LLC tnno the holder of Ina fo l lowing certificate has flied said certlllcate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of Issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as fol lows: Folio No. : 055410.0000 Certificate No. : 1311147.07 File No.: 2001 Yefll of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : RUSKIN COLONY FARMS THAT PART OF LOT 281 BEG 100FT E OF NWCOR RUNS 100 FTW90FT S 5 FT E 152FT S 95FT E 65 78 FTN95FTE 100 FTN 5 FT W 157 5 FT N 100FT AND W TO BEG PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 000510063 SEC-T'M'-RGE: 09-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : HERMINA G VIVAS Said property being In the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 10th day of September, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 20th day of Jyly 2009. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Flortda By : TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d i sablli)y who neei:ls any accommodation In or'der to participate In this .Y,ou are entttled, at no cost to you, to thli'provislon of certa i n assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extens i on 4205 tWo work i ng days prior to the date the s erv l ce Is neede d ; if you are hearing or voice Impaired ; cal l711. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT APARTMENTS DUPLEXES ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC .... ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN

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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT PROJECT REQUIRING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, announces that professional construction management services will be required for construction of a 16 classroom addition at Plant High School, with a construction budget of $2,660,000. Any applicant interested in providing the required service shall make application by submission of the materials prescribed in the Project Information Packet. The Projec t Information t plck ket project information and the weights associated with each qualification and evaluation criteria can be obtained by contacting the School District s Construction Office at (813) 272-4112 or via the Internet through either the D i strict's Vendor Bid system or at http:/1168.254.1.35/aspmenu/news_pages/news.aspx. All materials must be submitted to the Hillsborough County Public Schools Procurement Department, 3rd Floor, 901 E Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa Florida 33602 by 3:00 p.m. on August 25, 2009. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Avon Representatives All Areas! Call813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLAOYGEORGIACYAHOO.COM Get That Perfect Part Time Paying Job Working For An Oil Firm As A local Agent And Earn More. Job Requirements: Good Commun'ication Skills In English, Internet Access Any Previous Working Experience Could Be An Advantage. Applicants Should Send Their Resume To Jason Wheller Email jasonwheller27@gmail.com For More Info Storm Water Engineer, Application Of Hydrology & Hydraulics In Investigation, Design &Planning Of Transportation Related Drainage Issues. Requires : M.S. Civil Eng./Transportation And 1. Yr Exp. Knowledge: HydrolOgy & Hydraulics Submit Resume To Post Buckley Schuh &Jernigan At www.pbsj.com Req #13044 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Friday @ 3:00 P.M. Friday Edition-Tuesday@ 3:00P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 -1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOUR AD IS PUBLISHED Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Dlversicare Consulting Group, located at 5227Corvette Drive in the County of Hillsborough in the City of Tampa, Florida 33624, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 31st day ot July. 2009. Sole Owner(s) Yvonne Rose 5 Bedroom/3 Bath Bank Foreclosure! $32,4001 Only $405.00/Monthlyl 5% Down 115 Year's At8%APR Listings 800-366-9783 Ext H489 HUDHomesl 3/2 $199 00/Monthlyl 4 Bedroom Only $215.00/Monthlyl 5% Down 15 Years @8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext5490 1028 East MLK Blvd. 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath, Apartment CHA, WDH Owner Pays Water $700.00/Monthly No Deposit Also Available 3/2 & 4/2 8 Accepted Call (813) 453-0123 EBPM Corporation 2 3 4 Bedroom Homes And Apartments New Paint Ceramic Tile, Carpet CHA WDH Fenced No Pets Section 8 Ok (813) 949-3482 Westchester Condominiums 3/2 And 2/2 Available Now Section 8 OK Gated Pool WDH, Screened Patio Tiled Floors Call (813) 960-8490 Town-N-Country Area Complex Amenities Included 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Condo $725.00/Monthly 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Condo $750.00 David Phethean, Realtor (813) 936-8810 Se Habla Espaftol : {813) 984-4600 Temple Terrace Area 2 Bedroom/1.5 Bath Townhome, WDH Patio, Complex Amenities $750 00/Monthly Busch Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment-WDH $650.00/Monthly David Phethean, Realtor (813) 936-8810 Se Habla Espaftol (813) 984-9201 West Tampa Very Nice 3 Bedroom/2 Bath large Master Bedroom, Tile Floors Throughout Wash'er/Dryer Included Nice Storage Shed $1 ,000.00/Monthly Depos i t Negotiable Section 8 (813) 458-4198 HOMES FOR RENT Homes For Rent 2 Bedroom/2 Bath And 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Section 8 Approved Call (813) 833-1674 8512 Ridein Road 3 Bedroom/1 Bath With Garage, Blinds Tile Floors, CHA WDH Very Clean Large Fenced Backyard Call (813) 765-0597 4240 East Curtis 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH $1 ,000.00/Monthly Waster, Sewer And Garbage Included Deposit Negotiable Glynn (813) 966-6187 Seminole Heights 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home large Fenced Backyard Section 8 Ok r -. $850 00/Per Month .... c: m en 0 ,.. c: C) c: en .... N c c CD "TT 0 en m z .... z m r-m c: rr.-!!I z ., c: m r-(ii. ::c > ., \ l. Contact Dennis @ 813 : 407.8439 3/1 -CHA, Beautiful Walk To Downtown, Cable Close ToBus lines Schools Nearby Boy's N' Girl's Club Waterfront Club Available Call Today Tomorrow May Be Too Late Section 8 Only 245-7009 East Seminole Heights Area Large Concrete Block Home -4 Bedroom/2 Bath 2 Car Garage like New $1380/Monthly $500/Deposit Utility Shed, CHA, VVOH Appliance Included Section 8 Welcome Jeflis Property Management 813-293-2677 Or 813-932-6811 m ;:q -t c: m en ,.. z 0 "TT ::u i5 C) m .-' CD

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0 N w C) LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ..... EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT 0 0 APARTMENTS DUPLE)(ES ........ ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN OMES FOR RENT Tampa Home For Rent 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2609 Genessee Street Section 8 OK Call Leib Or Denise At (813) 689-6595 Sulphur Springs Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central NH Washer Dryer Hook-up 8016 N 14th Street $800.00/Monthly , Call (813) 610-4518 Busch Garden Area Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath New Carpet, New Paint $600 Monthly + Deposit Includes Water Section 8 Welcome Call 510-366-4600 10017 North 24th Street Newly Renovated 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home CHA, WDH $900.00/Monthly Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 994-6627 Palm River Area 581112th Avenue 4 Bedroom/2 Bath WDH, CHA Large Yard 3 Years Old Section 8 Welcome (813) 621-7493 West Tampa 2315 West Walnut Charming Bungalow 4/2, Large Fenced Yard CHA, \1\/DH .. ... Section 8 Welcome $1,085 00/Monthly (813) HUD Homes! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199.00/Monthly! 4 Bedroom Only $215 00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years@ 8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext. 5649 Furnished 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Pool, CHA Washer & Dryer Included $950 00/Monthly No Deposit Call (813) 223-1490 3635 West Palmetto Ave. Between Himes & Dale Mabry 3 $1,1 00/Rent .. $550. 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 846-6657 Ybor City 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home $1 ,200.00/Deposit Section 8 OK Call V & V Now (813) 259-4663 www.myfinancialconnections com 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up Carport $750 .00/ Monthly $500.00/Deposit Call (813) 877-9192 Or (813) 877-3406 West Tampa 3 Bedroorn/2 Bath Completely Renovated Block Home Must See! Available Now Section 8 Welcome Rent Negotiable (813) 610-8256 Fair Grounds Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Cement Block ,F.flmo ily o Screened Patio Excellent Condition Great Neighborhorn:L. t No Section 8 $845 00/Monthly 813-286-0780 3 Or 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Central Air Tile Floors, Ceiling Fans Washer/Dryer Hook-up Section 8 Only Kenny (813) 416-6183 Or (813) 630-0839 Rentals Availabie Clean And Remodeled Section 8 Accepted Low 9eposits Available In Tampa And St Petersburg Call 813-839-8968 8512 11th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath $900 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 335-0076 (813) 885-5226 4 Bedroom.s/2 Bath CHA, Washer/Dryer Fenced Yard With Storage 3621 North 22nd Street $900.00/Rent $500 00/Deposit (813) 244-9335 Section 8 Rental. Progress Village 8315 Allamanda Avenue 3 Bedroorn/1 Bath NC, Fenced, Carport Washer/Dryer Hook-up Available Now $650.00/Deposit $750 00/Monthly Call Ed (727) 542-7283 Busch Garden Area Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath New Carpet, New Paint $600 Monthly + Deposit Includes Water Sec 8 Welcome Call 510-366-4600 Contact LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin

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ouPLEXE Sulphur Springs Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $675 00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 335-0076 Or (813) 885-5226 Grant Park 3413-B 53rd Street 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath WID Provided Security Bars, Fans $600.00 /Monthly $600.00 Deposit Call310-922-5957 EFFICIENC Efficiency Available Seniors Preferred $600.00/Monthly Includes All Utilities And Washer/Dryer Call (813) 374-4461 Ybor City Large Room For Rent A/C Single Occupancy SSI, Some Disability $500.00/Monthly Cal1' (813) 988-1055 After 5:00 p.m. Sulphur Springs Nice Christian Home Has Room For Rent One Person Only Share Kitchen/Bath Clean, Decent, Respectful Student Or Seniors Preferred $300.00/Monthly $200.00/Deposit (813) 298-8245 3634 Northbay Street Nice Rooms For Rent All Utilities And Cable Included Call (813) 217-2462 Ybor City And West Tampa Furnished Room For Rent Clean, On Bus Line $99 00 & Up Section 8 OK (.813) 625-2061 Room For Rent Den Included Central Heat & Air, Cable Drug Free $150 00/Weekly $150.00/Deposit Call (813) 786-4155 ., r 0 tn m z -t z m WestTampa South Of 1-275 ? r Near Armenia Furnished z $100 .00-$125.00/Weekly "'tJ c: Includes All Utilities m Cable & Personal Fridge :::1: ... ) 54_-... $_-a_o_74_..,. ,-,2J m < Ybor City Area m Rooms For Rent 2 Bathrooms, Large Kitchen Patio/Parking Available $75.00-$100.00/Weekly Deposit Negotiable Call 813-770-0375 Under New Management Gann & Gann Rentals Room For Rent One Person Only Phone Charles (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 373-2514 806 E. Florlbraska Tampa, FL : .c: m tn C ?< )lo z c ., ::u c ?< FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, AMERICAN EXPRESS, MASTERCARD,. AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE "0 li' Ci) m N ...

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