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I .. Jn Financial Crisis, THA Eliminates Jobs Vote On Tuesday, March 12th! VOL. 40 NO. 26 FLORIDA I entinel .r: AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY .... ,"'-110 000 READERS EACH EDITION Publi.shed Every Tuesday And Friday TAMPA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1985 (SEE STORY ON PAGE 22-A) PRICE 25 CENTS Area Youths Sparked Sit-Ins 25 Years Ago f (SEE STORY ?N PAGE 2-A) Woman Shares SucceSs Story (SEE STORY ON PAGE 1-B) TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY DEDICATES THE C. BLYTHE ANDREWS HOMES The C. Blythe Andrews Homes, named in honor of the late publisher of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin was dedicated Wednesday morning at 22nd Street and Osborne Avepue. On hand for the ceremony were, left to riRht, Ray Grimaldi, president of the Columbia Bank of Tampa; son, C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. ; his .. widow, Mrs. Johna B. Andrews; another son, Dr. W. W. Andrews; and Perry Harvey, Tampa City Councilman. The $3.6 million project is the newest com plex of the Tampa Housing Authority It has 57 units, including three, four and five bedroom apartments and three units for the handicapped. r

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11'1 oc =" .c = = I -.. "C = < "C .c rll -::c; = == :; = I = = = ':I:J < 0 f-4 25 Years Ago Tampa's NAACP Youth Council Was Spark Of Sit-Ins As the 1985 Black History BY GWEN HAYES closes out, there are Sentinel Managing Editor in Tampa who have a memory of one part of ed high school students from ..... _____ ,s history that occurred Middleton and Biake Hiih years ago. That event is a Schools, and students from demonstration that ocUSF, according t o Rodriguez, at the downtown F. W was sparked by the sit-ins that oolworth during a time .occurred in Greensboro, when sit-ins, _protest marches North Carolina that the and other demonstrations students of North Carolina A were taking place throughout & T conducted. nation. 21-year-old Clarence Fort president of the Tampa Branch NAACP .Youth Coun-,.. It was he along with--the assistance of the Rev. A. Leon Lowry, NAACP State Presi dent, Field Secretary Bob Saunders anJ Charles Devault, President, Tampa Branch, who successfully the demonstration According to Fort, there is always a need to remind to day's youth of the strug!le that ensued that made today's lifestyle possible. "Even though we have come a lqng way, we still have a long way to go. The hidden rule is still there. Blacks are still being denied the opportunity and we're still not in the economic th the overlooking eye of Attorney F. A Rodriguez who had a voice to be heard .... these times. As Fort recalled, Tampa's demonstration, which includNational Bar Association President, Attorney Arthenia Joyner, a student then at Middleton High School, was among the students who demQnstrated. Progress Yr.g & MARCH It + 18 Kt. -(;old WIGS Plated S ;spo Right Gold Nail 9'5 Classy '499 Curl Kit 2 ,., '1800 '699 CARE _,.. asn,ton lii FREE ,. Earrings CURL Mouturlu. lOt. II :.OIRl.NG.fH GAO &LoHiy 3/1215 Oa-$388 RtlluuKit '4" 2/'500 PROGRESS WIG & BEAUTY SUPPLY (Ciar Mel corporate, top management level," he said. He finds disappointment in today's youth. "There is a job shortage," he reminds, "but they're not that short where we have to stand on corners and not look tor anything. Our kitls jusl are not applying themselves." When he looks at the government all the way down from the White House, Fort notices that the mood of the country ha s chaQged, especially since Reagan has been in office. ''There has been a change in the Civil Rights there are proposals to stop the quota system, <:utout affir mative ac,tion programs and it all began with the firing o( the (Continued'On Page 22.. [_Qpen Suiidar in P_!ai1t Hwv:e2 i 8202 N Florldo Avo. 1711 lnoo Bid Bno ... 3100 &ony Blvd. 1101 S MocDIII Avo. 4021 W Hillsborough Avo. Doll Mowy 11 Spnco 3015 W Konnody 8 1 d 2001 N Dolo Mobry 3127 E Hllloboroogll Avo. I Supert.>unge & -Pkg. P k g_: rffi HAPPY HOUR Old Milwaukee Coors DAILY 4TIL6 SUITCASE 24-12 OZ. CANS ROOM TEMP. 2412 CANS ROOM TEMP. ABC Beer, Ale 6.99 WI 9.99 WI 6.29 WI 7.79 WI Bur or Ale Genesee Konigsbacher 24-12 OZ. CANS ROOM TEMP. GERMAIIY' S ANEST lEER Kahlua CoHee Liqueur Christian Bros. Brandy Wolfschmidt Vodka Old Crow Bourbon Schenley 90' Gin Harwood Canadian 3.79 61'1( 10.49 7 : 6.49 7 : 5.99 LR 6.49 L!L 6.49 L!L 6.49 lR J & B Scotch Ron Rico Rum Relska Vodka 59. 2 oz 11.79 L!L 11.29 9.69 12.69 11.99 Seagram's 7 Blend Black Velvet canadian Lauder's Scotch 12.99 Kentucky Gent. Brll. 0.99 Paul Masson 3.99 1.75 LR. 1.75 LR. ABC Wlne Cllbnaa ..... ..... can 4.99 3 Pilk Clll111le VIti Roll LR. Almaden Roll ra. 6.79 GoldPeak 4.69 Sebcistiani 5.09 Pepsi or Diet Seven Up 1 19 Lti Milk. Sunny Fio,";do Dairy 2 1 5 lOFIT MOST STORES e GAL ----------CRICKET LIGHTERS

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............................................ Tampa Housing Authority Dedicates C. Blythe Andrews Homes It was a beautiful, sunny day Wednesday when the C. Blythe Andrews Homes apart ments were dedicated in honor of a man. who was very con cerned about the welfare of his people and the growth of his community. A large audience turned out to witness this dedication. There were representatives from all areas of government and many other officials who had been invited to this occa sion. Program participants spoke ,@ highly of Mr. Andrews and the way he had touched their lives, leaving them with nothing but positive vibes. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor AND.;. PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Tampa Housing Authority Executive Director Juao J>at-:c, > terson, who served "',t<;f Tampa Hou' sing Authority of ceremonies, said, "this B'Oard ChairmanGlenn Barrdedication is faking place for ington gave the opening two reasons: l) to hbnor the remarks. He said the dedicaperson for whom they are tion of these 57 units would named; and 2) these apart-make the Housing Authority ments represent part of an efhave 5,000 units of housing fort to develop and provide for Tampa residents He add-housing for the residents of ed, however, that this may be Tampa." the last one the authority will This plaque was unveiled by the widow of C. Blythe Andrews, Mrs. Johna Andrews at Wednes day's dedication. build for sometime because part of the community there's there is a lack of funds. only one way be willing to Barrington told the Anbe one who gives as opposed drews family members and the to one who receives." Mor audience that he had met Mr. rison gave thanks for the Andrews some 20 years ago. legacy that Andrews left and "If you were a candidate, you said "because of that our jobs had to see Mr. Andrews," he have been made a li said. "He didn't want to hear easier," he said while about what you planned to do, this event as one during Black he wanted to talk about jobs History Month that tells for his people. He would say the accomplistiments of the that for progress, his people ty and community. needed to be in the City Councilman P.e mainstream. They needed a Harvey, Jr. spoke of Mr. piece of the pie. drews as a humanitarian "He established the one he thought of as a friend newspaper when the Tribune and brother (the way Andrews did not recognize Blacks and always closed his letters). what they stood for or h(_ld ac"Forty years ago he was complished," Barrington considered a militant newspaper tinued. "His paper gets the man," Harv. ey said, "but word out to the community, took the courage. His greatest gives recognition deals legacy was the newspaper," with issues," the board chairHarvey stated. man said. Andrews was aJs o a great Attorney Warren Dawson humanitarian because it was spoke of Mr. Andrews as a he and Harvey's father who community leader. "I learned made it possible for Tampa a lesson in leadership from Park Apartments, "although Mr. Andrews," Atty. Dawson this city has riot given them the began. "His life stood for recognition due" because they what leadership is all about were concerned about housing concern about people in all for those who had been walks of life. He was concern displaced ed about their health, housing, As a businessman, Ray the fundamental things people Grimaldi, President of Colum of the community need for bia Bank, spoke of Mr. An survival. drews. Grimaldi first met An-''He was blunt and drews as a youngster, he said, outspoken about his views and having been introduced by his that the needs of the people father in Columbia Bank. are met. He was a man who "My father told me then --. never lost touch with the com-that he was an honest man These lovely 57-unit apartments were dedicated to C. Blythe Andrews for the love and dedication showed to his fellowman. Now Open "-.. man man," Atty. Dawson exwith great financial integrity. plained stating that Mr. AnDown through the years as I drews could often be seen began to work with Mr. An playing checkers under trees, drews I found him to be just talking to the young man who that honest. I've never stood on the street corners. heard anyone say anything "He had a common bond derogatory about him." for mankind and I can only As a father, C. Blythe An hope that those who occupy drews, Jr. gave the audience these apartments will keep the some background information faith a s he had, and keep the on his father and said "he. was apartments reasonably in the a visionary who remained a condition they are today to step ahead of his time. He represent Mr. Andrews as a always taught us to try to stay community leader in Tampa," in your own business and he concluded. never forget those who Atty. Bob Morrison, brought you over. Once yo4. representing the Mayor's offorget those people, you end fice, spoke of Mr. Andrews as your career," he said recalling a citizen. "He was special to his father's words. the community because he had _He added that Andrews, the capacity to lead and to Harvey and Lowry are legends follow. He understood that and Rev. Lowry is a living you had to be willing to listen legend, one he now looks to as and understand to be a a father figure. leader," Morrison said. "If In closing, Andrews, Jr. ever he was needed he would said he'd like to live his life as be there:" his father, quoting a poet, Morrison went on to say "I'd like to live so that when I "for all of you wishing to be a Income Taxes HOWARD McKNIGHT Certified Public Accountant Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8 AM. 6 PM (Continued On Page 19-A) o ::z= (") = ... Ill -if = :r !!.. I ., 2301 E. Hillsborough Ave. 238-0351 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905 74SO Palm River Road 626 Palm River Plaza Individual And Business Taxes Accounting Services ...., Cr,' Pnyl/,/nf/ u.!fou JVf'NI /Kai'l 61!2 Yrs. Work Experience With IRS !!l!l!=========================================================-===::. .. .. ii ..

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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN l USPS 202 140 t Published everyTuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin + Publishing Co 2207 21st Avenue. Tampa, Florida 33605 + Mail all C()rrespondence To: P. 0. Box 3363, Tampa, Fl. 33601 Member of national Newspaper Pubfishers Assciatian (NNPA). and Am algamated Publishers, Inc .. New -"{ .. CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS 1901-1977 .. BEnY DAWKINS Founder General Director C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. ALBERT L. LEE President and Publisher Promotions Director SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS CAMILLE WILLIAMS General Manager Office Manager + i t i i BY RUDOLPH HARRIS GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor SIMON JOHNSON ROSE CRUTCHFIELD AVELINO CASELLA$ RAMOS Production Directors The 1960s: Black And White Together fll = 0 .... -= 0 = "" I .... .. "CC = < Society Editor Class Postage Paid At Tampa. ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES $13-Per Year One Edition. Both Editions. PHONE: 248-1921 To formally culminate this 1985 Blac)c History Month, no greater insight can be project : ed than to reflect the in terlinkage of Black and white people in this whole drama of Special Attention T A G race as it must unfold in this o reat Man nation. It is only fitting that at the close of Bhack History Month we devote extra special attention to the life of the great Black abolitionist, writer, orator, thinker, publisher, freedom fighter, shaker and remaker of society, Frederick Douglass. It is well to point out, also, that just as American History, per se, is not purely a white experience, Black History can not void the many white con tributions in the struggle for freedom and justice Black freedom and justice. It would be a pointed injustice to white men and women like John Brown and his (Final Of Series) famiiy, Thaddeus Stevens, charles Sumlier, William Uoyd Garri'son, Harriet Beecher Stowe, '1Abigail Adams, Patrick Henry, James G. Birn.ey, Levi Coffin, Thomas Garrett, Sarah Grimke, and more modern day ultimate devotees such as Viola G. Liuzzo, Rev. James J. Reeb, Jonathan. M. Daniels, Richar;d F. Morrisroe, James Peck writers such as Ralph McGill, Lillian Smith, Harry Golden, and scores of other white men and women some who gave lives par ticipating in marches, demon-. fll ::1 t This fantastic man accomplished many great things in his extraordinary life but one of the greatest should be eternally noted and used by to day's Black people-he escaped from slavery. Had he not freed himself from the restrictions of a dehumanizing enslavement, he never would have been able to make speeches that helped bring about the total freedom for all slaves, written an autobiography which continues to awe and inspire Blacks today, or demand voting rights for Blacks. Indeed, Douglass was a remarkable human being. "2 No one book can capture the total spirit and impact i such an individual and, because of his great con-William Raspberry .............. -.. I -.... :S ........ everyone who loves freedom is indebted Solid Academic Footing Should Be A Priority him. In fact, those of us today who enslaved by dmgs, crime, self-doubt about our human worth and numerous other negative 'masters' can learn something from Frederick Douglass. Just as he f ;: rom a system that enslaved him, we must e break away from dmgs, Black on Black crime, fami rn brutality, gross dependence on others for our ai ec4>m>mlc welfare, etc. 1 to reach our true If we don't make the break from these negative masters, we'll always be nothing than modern slaves. Douglass knew that it took desire, vision, strength and commitment to become and remain free. Many of us who are tmly free from negative 'masters' of today agree with him. True freedom is an outgrowth of desire. Like Frederick Douglass, let's break the bonds of modern slavery. We, like him, have the strength to do so, if we choose to use it. Mayor's Favorite Wins Chicago Race CHICAGO An alderman precincts reporting in the race for the 3rd Ward seat on City Council. WASHINGTON --l'm telling you about my son Mark, not because I want to embarrass him, but because I find it useful in discussing public-policy questions to ask what I would advocate if the people affected by my policy proposals were members of my own family. Mark, who is. not quite 12, is a good kid: friendly, bright, a good athlete and (potentially) a very good student. But he has a tendency to be lazy about his studies. So at the beginning of the year, I issued an edict: He would perform acceptably well in school or he wouldn't be allowed to play organized sports outside school. He talked. me into a modification: Rather tlfan penalize him for last year's grades, earned before the new rule was announced, let him sign up for the Bo)ls Club league now, and take him off the team if his mid-terms by Mayor Harold hington has won re in a contest marked by secret taping of efforts to coax a James "Skip" Bu.rrell, who weren't up to par. had been considered her main Well, the mid-terms came challenger in the nine-way race out, and the basketball team is Tuesday, ran a distant second. struggling along without the to withdraw from Burrell said he taped a conof my son the versation in which the mayor shootmg guard. tried to persuade him to drop All of which is a round out of the race. about and perhaps too sonal a way of saying my sen Phone -Your News 248-1921 timents are with the Prince George's County (Md ) school officials. M suburban. Washington neighbors, con fronted with angry patents, disappointed students and decimated athletic teams, are under pressure to modify their new at-least-C-average-or-no extracurriculars policy. I hope they will resist The new policy may be perfect, but it a proper sense of priorities, which is one of the things our children ought to be learning. It may turn out to be a very good thing for all concerned-including the 39 per cent of the county's students who are temporarily ineligible for such outside activities as, athletics, cheerleading, dramatics and band. I've heard the arguments on the other side, and while I don't dismiss them out of hand, they fall short of per suading me that the new stan. dards are too tough or their application too rigid. I know that for some students, the ex tracurriculars are the only thing that keep school from being a complete downer. I know that some youngsters will be tempted to pass up Algebra II, chemistry and other tough courses in order to keep their extracurricular eligibility (weighted grade points could solve that problem). And I know that lor students whose strength s are other than academic, success On Page bent on eradicating injustice in this nation espteially against Black people. It1 would be just as hypocritical leaving such nam.!s out of Black History as we claim, as Black people have .. been left out of the history books of this nation. No history is pure. At least this is true where events in this nation are concerned. Relatedly, as a classroom teacher, a positive teaching strategy to involve the interests of all the students, Black and white, is to show such in: terlocking of humanity in all of the struggles of this nation. Martin Luther King in the following quotation made a significant contemporary statement following such li.ves: ''Our cultural patterns are an amalgam of black and white. Our destines are together. There is no ... P,,nr.rrtP black path to power and fulfillment that does not have to intersect with white roots. Somewhere along the way the two must join together, black and white tQgether, we overcome, and I still ,..., .., .. ,.,it." Over the past ten ... v,,u .... ,., of this series, the 1960s chosen as a topic to ... 1!, .... 6 .. ,, Black History Month, bec:aU!>e no decade other than the 1 offered such racial drama, positive but oftentimes with violence, than what in America beginning some 25 years ago. No decade such a democratic uunm" of all Americans, Black and White together, thrusting this nation down that forward path of freedom, justice, and human dignity. The Martin Luther King nourished 1960s was a blaze of glory as the "Battle of Bir mingham" lighted the way. Before that campaign of 1963 would end, television cameras would show Black people knocked skyward by high powered firehoses, police dogs sinking their teeth into the flesh of Black demonstrators, and some of this nation's greatest human astrocities carried out by the all-white Birmingham police department under Eugene "Bull" Connors. Highlights of the 1960s were most illustrious. Perhaps the most being the 1963 March On Washington when ,000 demonstrators, 60,000 of them (Continued On Page 19-A)

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-------------[MY 'The Love I Bear' Most of us just recently commemorated St. Valentine's Day. Some of us forgot. Some of us may r"'"'"'"'ber the next time or At any rat_e, we rPmPmbered. At the same me, for calendar's sake, e've concluded' Black History Month. For these s, we want to afresh our to our love by reprinting "the love letters, here, excerp ted to honor Black History Month," and St. Valentine's Day, "reveal the depth of love and feeling that existed be tween Black men and womeri during an era that often Black tore Black families apart -American Slavery, Essence. "Abream Scriven, enslaved by a Georgia planter and clergyman, wrote to his wife in 1858: Dinah Jones, My Dear wife I take the pleasure of writing you these few (lines) with much regret to inform VIEW 8\' RANDOLPH Blacks-A Lost People When the first black slaves brought to America back 1617, they arrived in a new land lost and confused. Ever since that day, Black people haye struggled to find them selves and to find their iden tity. Many blacks die still to figure out who they are. When the first blacks arrived, they were called all kinds of names with the most decent of them humiliating names being 'boy or girl'. For the;: most part though, Blacks were "Niggers". We soon began to feel that the word nigger was degrading and symbolized racism in .... v .. rv sense of the word. As a race of people, blacks resented that name and even ually the term became 'colored'. For a while, "colored people" sounded so much better than and the term was acceptl'd But soon we tfred of that. Colored people became a symbol of the discrimination and prejudices of the time. Blacks soon realized that they were not colored people and the race became known as Afro-Americans. That was nothing but a fad that sweot the nation like wild fire : race of Blacks feel that we have found our real identity -African dress, African jewelry, African hair styles, funny handshakes and African poetry have become the order of the day. But some Blacks resisted the association with Africa. They contended that they had never been there, was born and raised in American and had absolutely no ties with Africa. There was talk that Africans did not consider the American dark skinned people one of their own In a ddition, the Afro garbs became an old hat and the Afro craze died down and almost out. At that time, the Negro, the colored person, the Afro American became Blacks. That term still des cribes the dark-skinned race of people. I can remember a time it was a nasty word to be called a colored or black person, or a Negro. Not only was it a bad word, but it would get you the biggest fight you would need. Today! it is wonderful to be called black. The term is on birth certificates, drivers licen ses and everything else. But why are we called Blacks when we come in just about every color in the color spectrum? How did we finally select a word that we once despised as the official designator of our race? Who are we? Where is our homeland? Do we have a country and if so where is it? When our fore fathers were brought here from Africa as slaves, blacks in America began to multiply and take root. Once in America, Blacks began to work, to sweat, shed tears, spill blood, build, defend, protect, dream, invent and become Americanized. Blacks have been just as in strumental in the growth and development of this nation as any other race of people. This country belongs to Black Youth And Manly Discipline (Part Two) Tampa's alack community, as well as other such com munities across this nation, must begin mobilization to the end of addressing the serious dilemma surrounding their young people; males in par ticular. There are conditions in America's institutional life which actually tear one up in side, if he knows how to look at what is happening to young Black males, as they enter public school and later the job market. Such institutions fail. you that I am Sold to a man by miserably, often becoming ob the name of Peterson a treader stacles in preparing young and stays in New Orleans. I Black males for responsible am here yet But I expect to go adulthood. Both the before long but when I get educational and economic there I will write and let you arenas, in most instance, seem know where I am. My Dear I hell bent to prevent Black want to Send you Some things communities from succeeding but I do not know who to Send in such critical junctures with "them By but I will thry to get their youth. them io you and my children. As a classroom teacher on Giye my love to my father & the senior high level here in mother and tell the good Bye Hillsborough County, it has for me. and if I shall not meet not been a day that passed in this world I hope to meet in which did not offer some heaven. My Dear wife for you negative example. One young and my Children my pen canBlack male student was heard not express the griffe I feel to to say; "Why should I ever be parted from you all... want to get married. It is too "I remain your truly husmuch responsibility, anyway. band until Death, Abream I'll just shack and leave when I Scriven." feel like it." The youth was F th Of ho are not touched one iota when or ose us w d 1 h I' f 11 1 d 1 quest10ne a ong t e mes o more romantlca y me me et 'b'l't t 'bl our hearts melt with this one. 11 Y 0 possl Y conEat your heart out, William celve children, etc. Shakespeare: "An escaped At my school, and I _am sure I -k d t d' r to at others, I can not thmk of a s ave as e an m erme 1a y 1 1 forward this letter to his wife smg e extra-curncu a actlVlty 1 R' hmond other than football or m s avery m 1c h h' h ,.; M d f 1 some ot er sport, w 1c conh,rgtma: Y.11 e ar .. tains a representative number ope yotu WI remem ;r of Black males which tries to now JUS as same as u say anything to them about when I was there w1th you I d' 1' 1 ht dd because my mind are with you man Y ISCIP me. .mig a night and day the Love that I that for the first tame m ten b f b t years here around Jefferson ear or you m my reas 1s 1 greater than I it jf pregnancy among B ack I had thought I had so much appears to be on the upL f I do 't th'nk 1 swmg. How many of such are ove or you n 1 II d .-. "M d D L ft b 1 h enro e m our o ern ay ever e emg ave escape and has fled into a land of bondage as Long My dear wife freedom I can but stop and I dont want you to get mar ried look over my past Life and say before you send me some let what a fool I was for staying in ters because I never shall get Black people as much as any other race of p 'eople in America. Why can't we be described as just American citizens. married until I see you again. My mind dont deceive and it appears to me as if I shall see you again... Samuel Washington Johnson," From the Black Family in Slavery and Freedor:n, Herman Gut man. Peace Be Unto You. Family Living Class", is perhaps regressive, at best. Conduct, per se, among Black students as I can obser ve, is worse than my 28-year professional career can ever recall. Such students are not being corrected in their loud, stereotyped behavior; they are simply just tolerated. Sometimes I personally believe that others are actually amused by it. Many Black teachers around these county high schools seem powerless to do any(hing, for little or no opportunity is provided to have sessions with these students in ,large groups. Around most Of these schools, nothing is being done to educate against the very stereotypes, negative stereotypes, which profiled the Black males since the days of slavery. Discipline, positive discipline is usually demanded o'f white students. Nobody seems to give a damn how Black boys and girls act as long as they behave like "typical niggers" Academically, the perfor mance of many students,' Blacks being dispropor tionately represented, is fast becoming a big joke. Accord ing to administrative sources around Jefferson, so many students are failing that it is doubtful that two-thirds of the present juniors and sophomores will have the 1.5 grade average to graduate at the end of their senior year. Teachers appear indifferent to this pending tragedy. Personally, as an educator, I do not plan and will not throw up my hands in disgust and hopelessness. True professionals should be able to rise to this taxing occasion. To be frank, I am mad as hell that this profession, one that I have devoted my life to and given my best years, will simply just remain content and wallow in this current dusk of shame. (To be continued) "The slaves were being Americanized from the begin ning. There are many of us whose only connection with Africa, and only concept of Africa is what is seen in a jungle movie. Blacks have been a lost people so long. We need to unify ourselves and search as a group for our real identity and where we want to go. Wholesale Textile We want to perserve black heritage, develop pride iri our race, know the history of our race and the many great Blacks who have touched our lives. We need to do all of these things, and we must do them. 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. ..... .. 'Q c < WISHING YOU A HAPPY ANDREW KEMP Andrew Dennar d Kemp is one year old today, March 1st. He will celebrate the day with a party at Lowry Park with his parents, Andrew and Bridgett and many little cousins and friends. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James (Minnie) Williams and Mrs. Celia Conyers .... .. .. Tampa Boys of the Soccer team and Boy Scout s of America Troop 98. He also atteilds First Bapti st Chruch of West Tampa. He i s the son of M s. Rona Robert s and reside s in Palm Riv er Village. Nucki e is the grand son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer (Ann) Hemmingway, and Mrs Thelma Pilcher. He will be celebr;1tiilg hi s birthday with cousin Nitaka Everhart, March 3, along with other re lat ives and friends. ZAVIERA BLOUNT / / ( l FRANCOISE FAISON Francoise C. Faison's birth day was February 28. She will celebrate with a party March 2 with her brother. Francoise is the daug ht er of Clairetha G Faison of N. J and the grand daughter of Clara L. Finley and William E. Finley She i s a 3rd grade st udent at Edison Elementary School and on the Student Council. She is a member of New Salem Mis sionary Baptist Church. IOANINA SIMMONS loanina Da'Guana Sim Lynwood Bell, 45, Tampa, and Renova Johnson Oluyemi, 40, Tampa. Byron Keith Butler, 20 Tampa, and Kimberl y Ann Alston 19, Tampa LaMarda Keith Kearney, 25, Tampa' and Eileen Maria Todd, 21, Tampa. Robert Lee Pirant, 31, Tam pa, and Carrol Denice Miller, 25, Tampa. Lucius Noel, 46, Tampa, and Inez Searcy, 35, Tampa. Paul Altider, 38, Tampa, and Carolyn Elaine Dicke y, 27, Tampa. Jose Alberto Valentin, 18, Tampa, and Maribel Balanta 20, Tampa. Herbert Dwayne Dean 19, Tampa, Sabrina Renee Black, 20, Tampa. Robert Louis McAdam s, Jr., 23, Tampa, and Cheryl Eloise Johnson, 21, Valrico. Harvey Douglas 24, Wimauma, PLEASANT CHAPEL. A.M.E. CHURCH 2615 CHlPCO Rev. S C. Law s on Pastor Sunday School ; 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, ll A.M Tues day Class Meeting 'HJO P.M. 1 LICENSES and Debora Elise Jackson 21, Tampa. Philmore Tookes, 38, Tam pa, and Delores Mercede s Lee, 36, Tampa. Clifton Dilworth 31, Tam pa, and Dina Louise Stewart, 24, Brandon. Arthur Lee Johnson, 55, Tampa, and. Joyce Elaine Parker, 36, Tampa. Henry Langston, 76, Tam pa, and Lola Mae Hunter, 59, Tampa. Bernard Anderson, 21, Mango, and Meli ss a Ann Mond, 20, Tampa. Cliff Dennis Haynes, 26, Tampa, and Valeria Elizabeth Anderson, 20, Tampa. MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719 Green Street Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A M ; Bible Study, Tues. 7 P.M. Everyone Is Welcome Bro. Larry B. Horde Sr., Deacon Sis. Patricia Horde, Sec. BI..UE FI..AME SOCIAl.. CI..UB Sponsors TIGHT JEANS DANCE FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1985 LABOR TEMPLE, 1520 9th Ave. Free Cocktails, 9-10 P.M. Disco Music By: Zaviera Veronique Blount better known as "Zsa-Zsa" will be 7 on March 2. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Johnny (Joyce) Blount, Jr. She is in first grade at Sulphur Springs Elementary School, where she has made the honor roll for both progress report periods. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Henry Melvin; paternal grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny (Shirley) Blount, Sr.; and her godparents are tvfr. and Mrs. DONATION: $4.00 mon s, who is usually called ..... "Nina", will be celebrating MIGHTYJ c June Renfroe and Mr. and THE EIGHTEENTH OBSERV 1\NCE OF LOVING TRIBUTE ..... i TO J:l ELDER R. H. HOWARD'S PASTORIAL MINISTRY TO The Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church 1605 N Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, Florida J -March 3-4, 1985 herJOth birthday on March 2. She 's the daughter vf Charles and Theresa Simmons; granddaughter of Dan and Annie Mae Shaw and great grand of Alberta Green and Callie Bax ter. She is a student at Thonotosassa Elementary School. She attends Greater Morning Star Baptist Church and serves with Choir No. 4. and Willing Workers Usher Board She will celebrate at Red Lobster w ith famil y and friends. 1 24a .. 192r THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 29th Street PASTOR YOUNG GLOVE R ELDER R. H. HOWARD Sunday PROGRAM OF TRIBUTE Sunday School9 30 A.M. Sunday Afternoon, 4:30 p. M. Worship Services II AM: 30 PM Local Church Auxiliarie s BTU 5 oo P M I..IBERTY, I..ITY AND JUSTICE FOR Al..l.. St. Luke 4 : 18-44 Praise God, I am proud to be an American b y choice! I know my con stitutional rights. When my constitutional r ights have beer! violated, I know where to go and T ight for my rights! Spiritually s peaking, I am proud to be a Christian. God has delivered me frQm the grip and guilt of sin and has given me certain Covenant rights, that I must protect from the enemy Praise God, I'm not going to let Satan and hi s demons take that whi c h rightfully belongs to me I know what to do. I know where to go Becau se God has provided m e with the best Lawyer in the Universe to fight my cas!)' for me His name is JESUS CHRIST. The righteous I John 2 : 1 .We have an advocate! I. LIBERTY FO R ALL Anyone who co nfesses a nd repents of their sins and receives Je s u s C hri s t as the Lord of their life, can enjoy a life of freedom. 2 Corinthians 3:17 Where the sp irit of the Lord is there i s liberty Tell m e my friend, Are yo u bound up by Traditionalism Den o minationali sm, Raci sm, Prejudic e, Pride, Bitterne ss, Resentment a[ld unforgivenes s spirits? Do you need deliverance from Cancer, Herpes, Prostitution, Drugs, Homosexuality and Poverty ? Roman s 10:.13For whosoever s hall call upon the Lord s hall be saved 11. EQUALITY FOR ALL Every believer has received an equal amount of faith. Romans 12:3-God hath dealth to every man the measure of faith believer has received an equal amount of possession s power, positiOn and prosperity Romans 8 :14-17-Joint heirs with Christ. Ephesians 2:4-6 --Sit together in heavenly place s. Ill. JUSTICE FOR ALL Isaiah 45:21-22-Tells u s that God is a just God and a Savior and there is none like Him Praise God, you cannot bribe or bu y Him with filth y Lucre, money or good works C hri st ian s, stop complaining and start praising God for past, present and future blessings. God i s our source of supply I John I :9-He is faithful and just. OPEN DOOR CHRISTIAN CTR. 1221 E. Columbus Dr. (Cor. of 13th St.) Tampa, FL 3 3602 Phone:813/ 229-l082 Tuesday PROGRAM FINAL Youth and Adult Prayer Service Sunday School 10 A.M. Monday Evening, 8:00P.M. 700P.M & 8 :00P. M Morning Service, II A.M. OUR GUEST Thursday Evening Service, 7 P M M M h p f B f t Ch h Bible Class 7 :00P. M Bibl e St udy Thurs., 7 P .M. Greater t. ona nmJ JVe ap IS urc Sunday School. Teacher's Meeting Prayer Meeting, Tues., 7 P.M.
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................................................ In Attendance At The Dedication Of The C. Blythe Andrews Homes ----------------------\1rs. C. Blythe .Jr. a nd \\-.\\-.Andrews with, from left, ..\tty. and \irs. Alfred Wells, C. Rl)'the And r ews Ill, and .'-ianq Andrews Ex-\1ayor Bill Poe, Doris Crooks and Charlie Scruggs. Warren Dawson, Rev. :\. Leon and Bill Poe. ', COLLINS, PEASE, WLSON'. FAMILY A brief meeting .of the Collins, Pease and Wilson Family was held on February 20, at the Dr. Martin Luther King complex. The next meeting is scheduled for March 6 at 8 P M. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Collins, 4002 LaSalle St. All family mem bers are asked to be on time and bring addresses and phone numbers Local contacts in Tampa for further infor mation are Ceola Collins, Eatha Mae Pease and Willie Warren. 248-1921] KNOTT'S SALVAGE WARRIORS WOMEN'S CLASS "A" BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST ANNUAl. BASKETBALl. TOURNEY Preliminary, Sunday, March 3 At 4 P.M. Finals, Saturday, March 9 At 4 P.M. At SEMINOLE GYM, Florida & Sligb Aves. All Women's Basketball Teams Are Invited, Each Team Must Have Matching Shirts With Numbers. ENTRY FEE $50.00, Must Be In By Noon, March 2. The Public Is Invited Free (Donations Appreciated) WOMEN'S CLASS "A" City League Softball Players Wanted. For More In formation Contact: MOSES KNOTT, Manager & Assistant Coach; 238-2624, Or 238-8945 Or BEVERLY GRANT, Coach & Assistant Manager, 248-2133 lSP''""''<'J By \lust's Knuu, Jr., 0"-ncr Or K:>OOfT'S SAL V .-\01: AnJ H.-\l'll'i0. Or l'lc:an l p Bus rncss Wrc, kurg. L '"al Hauling. Big Junk YarJ Full Or Evcrythmg. fru..:k luaJ Of Scrvi..:r: Stauun E4utpmcnt. L,..:atr:J -\ t 10th Sllct'l & l:'llr, ,,(( l -------------Dr. Joseph Diaz a:nd Mrs. Dorothy York. 1rs A .BOUT ROSE C RUTCHFIELD TO MAKE FIRST RECORD. On Ma r ch 5, Jeffrey R. Nea l will travel to Au b urn dale, to record his first gospel record. Jeffrey is a IS-y ear old sop homore at Tampa Bay Tec h High School. He will be goi ng along with his family Jeffrey is the so n of Mr. Hosie C. Neal the lead s inger and manager of the Southern Tones Gospel Singers, and Mrs. Mary L. Neal. He will render his songs entitled, "God .\ever Faiis" and "God Has The Power To Do Anything, at Sunday's J. C. Young Adult Choirs Union. HEALTH MATTERS JEFFREY NEAL 1\lany people believe that ukers are a disease only of profes sionals who work in high-stress situations. Actually, that group is no more prone to ulcers than any other group of Americans Twenty million -\mericans all ages, all occupations, both sexes and all inc\)me levels have uk_ ers Ulcers are caused by too much acid in the stomach which wears away at the jlllmach lining. The crucial problem is deter mining. what causes the jtomach to produce too much acid. This week, Health \latters focuses on the fact and fiction of ulcers with insight about ulcer prevention and tr e at ment. Watch Health \latters on WEDU. Channel 3 on Satur day. \lan:h 2 at 7 pm anJ Sunday, March 3 at 10 am : Sr'-'n '-'reJ by St. J<..'seph 's HL'S pital. -\dditional in formati o n abL'Ut ub:rs is a\ailable fmm St. 's HL'sp ital Community o( > = Q. .. ; <

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"C .&:::1 Ill :c = = -1: -a = I "i: = Gregory A. Jackson, postal station manager Post Office on E. Hillsborugh Avenue, is shown with local Na tional Council of Negro Women president Essie C. Feu, left and first vice pre sident, Alma Morris, right. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN The Local Chapter of the National Council of Negro Women encourages you to purchase postal stamps bearing a photo of Mary McLeod Bethune, which according to the Post mast e r General's office will go on s ale on March 5th in Wa s hington, D. C., and in postal office s in local communities. The Commemorative Stamp of Mary McLeod Bethune is in celebration of Women's History Week. Lou Rawls will be doing public se rvice announcement s for the postal service about the Bethune Stamp and it will reach in to thousands of communities. Dorothy Heights, the National NCNW president, will appear on the Today Show on March 5th to talk about the stamp. Mary McLeod Bethune was a great leader, educator and humanitarian. She founded the National Council of Negro Women. Because of her, Black women have a movement which nourishes and sustains growth, broadens vision, and which organizes power. The Commemorative Stamp offers a very special opportunity to support the legacy of Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune nationwide. MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1950 The Middleton High Class of 1950 will meet March 2, at 7 P.M. at the home of Majorie Williams, 2011-23rd Ave. All members are asked to be present and on time Bu s iness of im portance is on the agenda. The la st meeting was held at Marjorie Anderson's home. A deliciou s repast was served by the ho s tess. Member s present were: Daisy Ulmer, Mary Williams, Mary Woodruff, Pearl Pm;vis, Frances Jennings, Altamese Nelson, Eloise Allen, Ruby McDowell; Allie McPherson, and J. P. Harris Belated birthday wishes are extended to classmates Daisy Thomas and Marjorie Williams, Jan. 19 and Jan. 26. Birthday celebrant for this month i s Theresa Delancy, March 2. SOCIALITES TRAVEL CLUB The March meeting of the Socialites Travel Oub will be hosted by their president, Eddye Hankerson, at her home, 3610 E. Knoll wood, on Saturday, March 2. All members are urged to attend this important meeting as the group is in the midst of planning their annual "Spring Champagne Luncheon" to be held in April. Margaret Danzey is reporter. COSMETOLOGIST UNIT I Tampa Cosmetologist Unit I will have a c alled meetin g at Mrs Pearline Benton's, 3509 12th A ve., on Tuesday, Marc h 5. Member s are asked to pleast; be present and on time. Business of importance will be discussed, and pictures will be taken. Plan s fo r the Annual Coronation Ball and Fashion Show will be finalized. LAS DAMAS SOCIAL CLUB NEWS The Las Damas Club was entertained laviously Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Emma Green, who was the hostess for the month of February. Members and guests present were: Lillian and Robert Gardner, Para Lee and Michael La za ru s E un ice Stokes, Laura Fuller, Florence and John Blair, Doroth ; Danzey, Claretha Johnson, Dalia Bethel, Irma and Cicero Young. The club will hold business meeting on the 2nd Saturday m March at the home of Gloria Harrison. Irma Young is reporter. NORTHSIDE M.S. CHURCH 5706 N. 40th Street Church School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Will Deliver Momlna M .... & SUNDAY AT7:30 P.M. AFTER SERVICE HARMONY WINDS Arid Other Groups. Sponsored By Pastor's Aid Board The Public Is Invited MORNING GLORY M.B. CHURCH 7510 N 40th Street REV. P. L. HUMPHREY ... Pastor Sunday School, 9 :30A.M. Morning Wor s hip, 11 A M The Public Is Invited FIRST UNION MB CHURCH 3707 E. Chelsea ... Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 6 P.M. Prayer-Bible Study, Wed., 7P.M. THECA THEDRAI. Of I.OVE & PEACE CHURCH Corner or l41h & lake Ave. Tampa, t'la. 33610 I>R. R JAME R SON Pt:t:Lt:, JR. Bs. Oil. Blh Ph I> Nt!tums To Tampa S unda y Sc ho o l 9:45A. M Worship, 10: 45 A M. f:ve nin R Vespers, 5:45P. M A Big Heart .\ss t. Pastor, Rev Ann Wigg s Ward, B S. Outreach Ministeri es Rev Joyce Johnson, B S. Mini s ter Of Music Rev William James Chairman Of The Board Johnnie Mae Peak Rec o rding Sec retary Rosetta Floyd The Public I s lnited EBENEZER M. 8. cHURCH 1212 Scott Street REV. EZELL BERRIEN Pastor Sunda y School, 9:45A .M Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M. HOLY COMMUNION Evening Worship, 6:30P.M. Bible Study / Prayer, Tues., 7:30 Everyone Is Always Welcome NEW CANAAN M.S. CHURCH PRISON CRUSADE BUILDING 29th Street & 21st Avenue a... SHEPPARD Pastor Sunday School, 10 A M. Morning Worship II A.M B T U., 5 P.M. Evening Worship, 6 P M First & Third Sunday Visitors Are Welcome CHURCH OF CHRIST 1312 W. NassauStreet Tampa, Fla. 33607 Minis ter SUNDAY: Bible 10 A .M. & 5 P .M. Worship, II A.M. & 6 P.M. TUESDAY: Ladies Study, 10 A .M. Regular Study, 7 :30P.M. THURSDAY: Song Ser v ice & Prayer Meeting 7:30P.M. GRACf MARY M.B. CHURCH 390 I 37th Street f\\ !ift. ;""-. ( L ELDER THOMAS J. RE D ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30 Morning Service, 11 A.M. Evening Service, 5:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. ST. JOHN M.a. CHURCH 340125th Avenue r r ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M. HOI. Y COMMUNION Bible Study, Wed. 7 P.M. REHEARSALS: Youth, Tues., 6 P.M. No.2, Tues 7:30; No 1 & Young Adults, Wed., 8 P.M. "'IVING WORD CHRISTIAN CENTfR Palm River Recreation Center 58th St. And Palm River Rd PASTOR CLYDE F. BOULER Praise & Worship Ser viceII AM Faith & Deliverance Service6 PM Come And Be A Part Of OuF Wor ship Experience. Radio Ministry Each Sat urda y At 1:15 P.M On WCBF (1010 am ). 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24th A venue Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Worship Service, 11:00 A.M. Evening Service, 7:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W.,Fri., 7:30P.M. Wonted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. 689-3023 1037 COLLEGE HILL CHURCH GOQ IN CHRIST .. Pastor .. Sunday School, 9:30A. M MorningWorohip,II:OOA.M Y.P.W.W, 5:30P.M. Worship, 7 :00P.M. T ues & Fri. Services, 7:00 NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 405 North Oregon REV. JASPER P. SAUNDERS ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Worship, 7 P.M. Prayer Meeting &: Bible Study 7 P.M. GRt:ATER FRIENDSHIP M H CHURCH 4413 35th Street ,., REV. M. MURRAY ..llastor Sunday School, 9 :45A.M. Morn.ng Worship, II A.M Evening Worship, 5 P M Prayer Meeting, Tuesday, 7 :30P.M. Visitors Are Welcome FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of UNCOLN GARDENS 4202 Palmetto Street ELDER J A STEPHENS Pas to,-. Sunday Schoo'!: 9 :30AM. Each Sunday Morning Service, 11 AM. Evening Servic e 6 P M First And Third Sundays B T U .. 5 P M Each Sunday Prayer & Bible Study A t 7P. M

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YOU DESERVE IT!! TREAT YOURSELF TO A ONE-DAY (13 Hour) SEA ESCAPE CRUISE On The Scandinavin Star Cruise Ship One Glorio u s Day Of Food, Festivities And Fun MARCH 23. 1985. Come And Be With Our Gro up S pecial Rate s For Adults, Sen10r Cit izens, Teens And Children Ca bin s Also Available To Rent For T h e BOARD At 7:30A.M. DEPART 9 A.M. RETURN, lO P. M : For Com plete Information Ca ll: 677-4392; 677-2723; 677-ISM r DEPOSIT ACCEPTED NOW DEADLINE, MARCH 6 ST JAMES A.M.E. REV. F. A. RODRIG U A CONCERT Featuring THf RAINBOW SINGERS SATURDAY, MARCH 2, At 7:30P.M. Also, A REVIVAL MARCH 4 Thru MARCH 8, 7:30P.M. Speaker: NAOMI McCOWAN V aldosta Ga. At The 24th A VENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24th Avenue 247-1037 ELDER H A SCOTT, JR. Pastor J. C. YOUNG ADULT CHOIRS UNION Celebrates ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY,MARCHJ, At 3:00P.M. At EVEN ING STAR TABERNACLE M.B CHURCH REV. C. H. SHEPPARD, Pastor REV LESTER J CA RT E R, S R And Cona'"lotion Or Ntw Mt Zion M.B Churc h PI'Hidift & S I S MARY L. NEAL ... Prnidtnt HENRIETTA RAGLIN ... Cboirmon Engaged YVEITE ALDRICH Ms. Barbara Aldrich an nounces the engagement of her daughter, Yvette to John E. Simmons, son of Mrs. Sara Carley and Mr. John Sim mons. The bride-elect is employed by Southwest Blood IJank. The prospective bridegroom is employed by Tampa General Hospital. MUSICAL PROGRAM Sunday, March 3, At 7:30P.M. NORTHSIDlM. B. CHURCH 40th Street & Powhattan Featuring THE WITNESS SINGE RS of Sarasota; HOLY PROPHETEERS, Bartow; VOICES of the SOUTH, Ft. Pier ce; THE HARMONY WINDS, Tampa; and the GORDONEERS of Tampa SPRING REVIVAL!! COME!! HEAR!! REV. HORACE W. SHEPPARD, SR. WEST OAK LJ\NE-CHURCH OE GOD Philadelphia, Pemisylvania Thirty-Fourth Street Church Of God I 3000 NORTH 34TH STREET Telephone_ Church: 248-6548 TAMPA, FLOR'"IDA 33605 Nightly Worship: Monday, March4-Friday, March 8-7:30 P.M. Inspirational Singing!! Great Fellowship!! REV. THOMAS SCOTT, Pastor ___________ -------------------IN THE SPOTLIGHT *LYNN OXENDINE*. This is Lynn Oxt[gdine, a member of Progress Village Baptist Church. Lynn's career goals are to become an inter national model, and to one day own her own business. This lovely Aquarius is 17-years-old, stands 5'6", and enjoys swimming, singing, and listening to music. Lynn's philosophy of life is: "Life is what you make it. You have to set your priorities, and prepare yourself to reach them. You can t get a flower until you plant the seed. Lynn is attracted to a man who is kind, gentle, caring, and intelligent. Her favorite star is Billy Dee William _!:: .. PRAISE SERVICI Featuring: BRO. DONALD BE CK &POWER Maude Jackson and others Sat., March 2, at 7:30P.M. PEACE PROGRESSIVE P. 8. Church 2628 E. Lake Avenue. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED. SIS. MARY TYSON S PONSOR TAMPA PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Sponsors A POLITICAl. FOitUM FOR CANDIDATES IN DISTRICT THRff COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RACE, TUfSDA Y, MARCH S, At 7:00 P.M. At ST. MATTHEW CHILD DEVfi.OPMfNTAI. Cf. NTfR, 3716 fast l.alce Avenue. All Candidates In The Distri ct Are Invited To farticipate Many Members Of The Pan Hellenic Council Live In District Three .. .It Is An Excellent Opportunity For Candidates To Show Con stituents Your Cai:e And Concern For Community In Which You Live FRANK REDDICK Chairman The Pan-Hellenic Council Is A Non-Profit Organization That Supports Social, Educational, And Political Causes In The Tampa Bay Area Community Those Able To Participate In Forum Should Contact Frank Reddick At 273-9496, By March 1. ID lf = -.... = I = c = ft) :;-""C' c 5!: .... {ll =ft) Q. ft) c ft) {ll .. .... Q =.... e; = {ll

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WILLING WORKERS GROUP TWO Of GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 4413 35th Street Presents SPECIAL SERVICE SATURDAY,MARCH2, At7:30P.M. Theme: "TO FOLLOW CHRIST'S EXAMPLE", St. John /3:14-17 The public is invited to come and hear rider Joseph Jefferson deliver the Sermon. He will be accompanied by his choir. The MASS CHOIR Of ST. MA TTHfW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH will be there, also. MRS. JANICE NUNN NILSON will be the the evening. SIS. KA TORY DAVIS, In Charge SIS. ANNIE WILLIAMS, President REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor THE SPIRITUAL WONDERS PRE-ANNIVERSARY PROGRAMS FRIDAY, MARCH 1, At 7 :45P.M. NEW PHILADELPHIA M B CHURCH 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue THE FLORIDA SOUL STIRRERS, And ST. PAUL HOLINESS MASS CHOIR Of Winter Haven SATURDAY, MARCH 2, At 8:00P.M. NEW PROGRESS M.B. CHURCH 34th Street & Shadow lawn SPECIAL CHORUS Of FIRST UNION, JUNIOR CHOIR Of FIRST UNION, And MALE CHORUS Of NEW PROGRESS. All Groups Inv it ed JIMMY LEE WILLIAMS, Sponsor REV. E J. WILLIAMS, Pastor SUNDAY, MARCH 2, At 7:30P.M. FIRST BORN HOLINESS CHURCH 29th Street & 33rd Avenue SPIRITUAL And TRAVELING STARS, And All In vited. DEACON ABBY TATE, Sponsor ELDER HILL, Pastor (OPEN DOOR) Hours: Mon.-Sat. lOAM9 PM Sunday Noon-6PM 626-3938 the Baha'i RUth Unitiryg the world One lieart at a time ''" .__ ______ "7_ THE MIRACLE REVIVAL TEMPLE ;.. '290J N. Nebraska Avenue I; Special Healing And Blessing Services bch SUNDAY At 11:30 A M You Are Inv i ted To Come Worshi p W i th Us Whatever Your Problem Or Needs May B e You Will Get Help In These Servi ce s APOSTLE f. LOCKHART Founder 8 Director God's Minister Of Faith. Will B e Ministering In Every Servic e To Meet You r Needs. Prayer For The Sick An d Afflicted. And Counselling PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2607-24th Avenue REV. JESSIE MANLEY Interim Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A. M. Morning Worship, II A.M. Choir No. 2 And Usher Board No. 2 Will Serve BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Worship, 6 :30P.M. Mid Week Service & Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7 P.M. THE 29TH $TRffT CHURCH OF CHRIST 3310 29th Street Bible School, 9:45A.M. 11 AM & 6 PM Bible Clases: Sunday, 5 PM Monday, _7P.M. Prayer And Song Service, Wednesday, 7 P.M. Enlists In Army HERBERT SMMONS, JR. ST. M.B. CHURCH 2628 27th Avenue Rev .J. H Howell, Pastor Sunday School, 9 :30A.M. Worship, II A M & 5:45P. M. B T U.,4:45 P .M. Prayer and Training For Services, Wed., 7 P .M. The NO. J CHOIR Of SPRINGHill. M.S. CHURCH Will Host NORTH TAMPA CHOIR UNIONNO. J SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2:45P.M. 704 E. Humphrey St. REV. WILLIE BROOKS, Pastor Everyone Is Welcome DEACON H. MARTIN ... President SIS. BEULAH ROBINSON, Sec. SIS. ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD M.C. Herbert L. Simmons, Jr .has enlisted in the Army. He is a senior at Hillsborough High School. He will graduate in June, and leave July 10, to take his basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. Herbert is the s on of Mrs. Cheeks-Griffith and Mr. Herbert Simmons, Sr. 248-1921 FIRST MT. CARMEL A.M.E. CHURCH 4406 26th Street REV. E. R. WILLIAMS Pastor Sunday Sch"ol, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 5:30PM Bible Study, Thursday, 7:30P.M. EASTGATE COMMUNITY CHURCH J924 f. Comanche REV. CLARK EVERITT, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Worship, J J A. M. RICHARD HAll Presented IN CONCERT 3:00P.M. (No Charge) THE PU .. LIC IS INVITED. 11 ttn d Buffalu -\nnut in Tampa. We Accept Visa Master Card Diners Club Carolina Clothing Corp. American Express Tampa's Largest Selection Of Clothing Men's Dress Pants 3 Days Only-, Fri., Sat. & Sunday All StylesBaggies-Pleated Straight .Legs & Non-Pleated Reg. Price Our Price '19.9' '15.95 Oleg Cassini Dress Pants $19.95 FREE Alterations Buy 1 FREE -Getl Dress Shirts-Sport Shirts & Sweaters Visit Our Lee Jean Dept., For Fantastic Savings! Designer JEANS $1995 Stacy Adams Shoes SHOES lncludig Guess Look Alike Two-Tone & Destressed Denim Now $3495 Stacy Adams Boots Reg. 5600 Now $3995 Reg. To s400 Value NOW 2 Pairs For $2 98 8 ... > = Q. .. :r

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.... 4t SPORTSID 11. i ---BY R4NDOLPH K.NSE Y ____ .. Doug Is Doing Just Fine Doug Williams is doing just fine as the starting quarter back for the Arizona Outlaws. The Arizona Wranglers and he Oklahoma Outlaws com ned to form Williams' new So far, the Outlaws are 1-1 and they are co nsidered to one of the league's best In fact, Arizona may the best team Williams has with since he left Grambling. Williams underwent knee rgery near the close of last on and he is getting into gest problem is that he lacks self-discipline. A GOOD JOB TERRIERS AND EAGLES The Hillsborough High School Terriers and the Bran don Eagles are to be con gratulated for the fine perfor mances of their female basket ball teams this season. The Terriers got to the 4A-Regional Four champion ship before third ranked Sarasota Riverview (29-1) end ed their season. r1.1 shape. Last Sunday, g had a fairly good day The Terriers, runnersup in the state's big school cham pionship game, must wait until next year and try again. The Terriers ended their season with a highly respectable 22-4 record. The number one rank ed undefeated ladies from Brandon are still rolling toward an undefeated season and a state championship trophy. rornneting 16 of 26 passes for 254 yards. He did not throw a touchdown, and he did throw one interception But Williams -= -0 = "" I i s not worried, the touchdowns will come BIG 0 WINS A CAR Charlie Owens, the former ..: professional at Rogers The Eagles will play Sarasota Riverview in the Sec tional Two championship game Saturday night in Sarasota. This may be the toughest game of the year for the Eaglettes. They will be playing a good Sarasota team that has lost only one game while winning 28. Sarasota will be playing at home and with their fans. Game officials are usually influenced by the home team crowd. ... Golf Course and now a ......... ... ber of the Seniors Tour, "g in a one iron on a < -yard par three to register a 5 = = I = -= in one while playing in the Blue Ribbon Pro-Am in Myer s. The hole in one was worth a new 1985 Oldsmobile at about $14,000. In addition to winning the car, Owens played very well in the tournament, and picked up a paycheck. Ron Terry and David Smith also played in the Ft Myers event. Both Terry and Sm i th are professiona l golfers. In the North-South Tourna ment held in Miami, Bobbie Strubble, a pro out of Albany, Georgia, carded a hole in one. All he got was a handshake, a pat on the back and a score of one on the score card. That's life though. The winning pro in that tournament was Chuck Thorpe, the brother of PGA touring pro, Jim Thorpe. Already in 1985, Thrope has won three tournaments and played well in twoothers. This writer has long felt that Thorpe has all of the tools to become a great golfer. His big-It is a pretty safe bet that Toney Mack and the Brandon Eagles boy s basketball will be playing for the pionship of the 4A District 6 Tournament. If this is true, a lot of Brandon fans will not the trip to Sarasota to see the girls play. SOUTH FLORIDA NEEDS HELP They tell me that University of South Florida's basketball coach Lee Rose is an outstan ding coach and he has a reputation of building big time winning basketball programs. Apparently, the big wigs at USF feel that he has done jus t that, built a big time winning basketball program. That i s evidenced by the new five-year contract with the healthy raise NEED HoME REPAIRED Want Your Bills & Mortgage Paid Off WE DO ANY KIND OF WORK LARGE OR SMALL ADD A ROOM, ROOFING FLOORS, WINDOWS FENCE, PLUMBING, ELECTRIC, ANY KIND OF REMODELING Pay Only One Small Month'ly Payment CALL TONY VECCHIO 258-6161 T&M BUILDERS-2104 E. 7th AVE. ACROSS FROM COLUMBJA RESTAURANT Tampa Athletes Of Yesteryear B\' C. BL \'THE ANDREWS, III (A Weekly Series) Ike Williams: Stars Not Forget Youngsters If you ever get to the point of knowing who you are, and what you are capable of doing, and doing it well, your life is in great shape. Confidence is the word for this story. Confiden ce can overwhelm every men tal block, and every setback that makes you turn, and think to yourself "Is this challenge worth it?" But, con fidence comes in and says, "Yes, that challenge is worth it. What do you have to lose, because the biggest failure in life is a person who does not try." Ike Williams knew what he was capable of doing. His con fidence was a blocker that kept him striving all the way to the top. From 1972-1978, Williams was one of the most Lee received. It really doesn't matter, but I am not as convinced as the University that the Bulls basketball program has arriv ed. In fact, I am not convinced that the program is any closer to arriving than it was when Rose first got here. AJI a team has to do is win one more basketball. game than it loses, and that is playing winning basketball But is that really winning basketball? I pity to think what the Bulls basketball team will be like next basketball season with Charlie Bradley and Cuda Pat terson go ne. Mr. Rose mu s t do a super job of recruiting and he must do it in a hui:ry. lt is going to be very important that a guard who can shoot from outside and a big man who can score insid e be found immediately There are no two people on the Bull s ro ster who will be returning next year that can fill the shoes of Bradley and Patter son. USF may be s pend ing big time college basket ball money, but s urely there has been no big time re s ult s Lee Rose does an excellent job of coaching the talent that he has, however. The problem is that he must do a better job of getting the talent in. yards. The team won championship, and posted a 11-0 record that resulted in the Rattlers being the only un defeated small college team in the nation In 1978, Williams broke his own rushing record by gaining 1 ,274 yards. That record still stands today at Famu. The team finished with a 12-1 record, and won the Division lAA championship After graduation, Williams' was offered a try-out with the Seattle Seahawks. Due to con noted football players in tract problems, he returned Florida. He played the runhome to work for the com ning back position for munity. "I realized in my life Hillsborough High school (72the opportunity I had to learn 74), University of Tampa (74the basic fundamentals, and 75), and Florida A&M Univerdiscipline that was taught to sity (75-78). me by Coach Billy Reed. I just During his career, Williams' wanted to give back what was possessed the charisma of a given to me," r-eplied superstar and was known to Williams. have a likeable personality for Williams is currently a those who came in contact coach at Hillsborough High with him No man of small School, and a part-time coach dimensions could have of the Belmont Heights Little sustained the self-indulgences League. "I hope it becomes a which were Ike Williams. tradition for people who ae Williams had magnitude His stars, to return home and give motion whether it was a pitch the young athletes advice on out to the left or right how to cope with the everyday produced a number of football problems of being on top, records that still stand today because as sure as you are on Williams' also a top, the bottom is waiting for scholar. A man who knew you to come down. That's why education was first and footI 'II say to our superstars from ball second. "I always felt that Tampa, they should not forget education played a big part in where they came from", con my life. If someone had the eluded Williams. power to take away my foot__ ball career, my life was not over, because the knowledge I've obtained in school is in my mind until death do me part," stated Williams. In 1974, Ike Williams career in high school put him on the All-County and Regional teams He later attended the University of Tampa for one year, playing with Freddie Solomon After the first year, the football program became defunct. Williams soon tran sferred to Florida A&M University, where he became a walk-on for the football team. In 1977, Williams broke the school record by gaining 800 NOW! NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAYS 8 P.M. MATINEES, MON., WED., SAT. i2:45 N O M I NORS MUST BE 18 DINE AT DERBY CLUB DERBY LANE ST. PETERSBURG FOR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES RENDERED COURTEOUSLY, EFFIC/ENTL Y AND CONFIDENTIALtY, CONTACT THE LAW OFFICES OF FRED L.. 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Brown Says Rape Charges Are Untrue LOS ANGELES Pro football great Jim Brown, booked for investigation of rape and sexual battery, pro claimed his innocnece Friday and said laboratory tests will exonorate him. "There is no way I would rape anyone," Brown said in an interview on The CBS Morning News. "That is totally untrue." Brown is free on bail while officials decide whether to file charges. Brown, 49, was arrested at his home Wednesday in the Hollywood Hills after the alleged incident late Tuesday night, Lo s Angeles Police Sgt. Richard Beardslee said in readirig a prepared police statement. Arrested along with Brown was a woman identified as Carol Moses, 22, who .. booked for sexual battery, according to Sg t Charles McTageart. The police statement said the arrests stemmed from the complaint of a woman who was not identified. She alleged that Brown, with the help of Mose s raped her after Brown Vince Evans Off To Slow Start DENVER Coach Darrel (Mouse) Davis is looking for a more controlled effort from quarterback Vince when the Denver Gold play the Birmingham Stallions Sunday at Legion Field. Evans completed 14 of 45 for 150 yards with three interceptions in Denver's 31-10 opening loss to the Oakland Invaders. Denver managed only 248 total yards. "I think he had a little too much blood pumping. struck her several times Joy's Shoe Salon Cordially Invite The Black Women Of The Tampa Community To A Spring Bash "Tuesday, March 5th 5:30 P.Nt.8:30 P.Nt. 1710 S. Dale Mabry (Carriage Trade Plaza} Champagne, Modeling & Music Please Call 253-0095 For Your Invitation ---=--ELECT RusiN Gooden To Earn Off Field, Too ST. PETERSBURG Dwight Gooden s contract, which is &pected to be finaliz ed this week, guarantees the young strikeout kipg $335,000 in salary and promotional fees and also could result in Gooden making money for the Mets off the field. Gooden's total package easily could reach $380,000, and a big, big season by the righthander would push his earnings over $400,000. Under terms of the unique wearing a Mets uniform, which makes him that l much contract, the Mets will pay Gooden a base salary of more visible, the Met $275,000 plus a guaranteed presumably share in the $60,000 for promotional mercia! fee. work That's $335,000 for Unless he falls flat on his s tarter s. face in his sophomore s e as on But r e portedl y t here Is a l s o a Gooden s hould excee d the clause i n Good e n 's c on tract $ 350 000 that the D odgers' calling for h i m to s h a r e with Fe rna n d o Valenzuela made in the Mets a percentage of his second year. That is the anything he makes over highest salary \ ever paid a $60,000 in endorsements and seco n d year player In addition to the $335,000 promotional work. guaranteed in satary and proAlready, Gooden has been motional "fees", Gooden can offered a large fee to do a television commercial for boost his earnings through the Burger King. If he does it following performance HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE? High Cholesterol ? H igh Triglycer ides? Clogged Arteries? Marine Lip ids are a combination of fish oils combined with a carefully formulat ed blend of essential nutrients This remarkable product has helped thousands of people Write for free literature to : Bonn-Aire Health Products P O Box 9801, Baltimore MD 21284 (301) 837-2844 bonuses: $15,000 if he makes the AllS tar team; $50 000 if h e w in s th e C y Youn g Award, $25,000 i f he finishes second in the voting or $15,000 if he finishes third, fourth or fifth $10,000 if he makes 30 or more starts, $15,000 if he makes 33 starts or $25,000 if he makes 36 starts $15,000 if he wins the Gold Glove award. PADGETT County Commissioner, District 3 Rubin Padgett, a product of Tampa Public Schools, has attended St. Petersburg Junior College and the Univ. of Chicago Has been involved in various community activities most of his adult life He presently serves as Administrator of Padgett's Nursing Home Member. Fla. Licensed Board for Nursing Home Administrators appointed by Gov. Askew. and reappointed by Gov. Graham; served as Chairman 1976-1978 Past Commissioner of the Tampa Housing Authority for four terms; Chairman for 2 years during my .tenure. Past Presidential Envoy to Nairobi, Kenya in 1979 Continuing. the line of Service to our Community, Rubin Pledges to continue to work with and for his fellow citizens of Hillsborough County as County Commissioner Providing: 1. Better Job Opportunities 2. Better Communication between citizens and County Government 3. Planned County Growth and 4. Improved transportation Mr. Padgett's Experience And Involvement Has Prepared Him And Made Him BEST QUALJFIED To Serve As Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER We Need Your Vote On 12, 1985 ...

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------,._ -'fj$' .. SMITH, MR. WILLIE (RICKY) Fu n e r a l ser v i ces for Mr. Willie Ricky Smit h of 2917 Lindell, who passed way, Sunday, February 24, will be held, Saturday, March 2, at 2:3 0 P .IV a t Aike n s Fun e ral C h:r Pi' I w ith R ev. .H. Howell oHioaring. Inter ment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Smith was a native of Tampa. He at the local public schools Hillsborough County. Sur ors are: his father, Mr. Willie Smith; mother, Mrs. Dorothy Smith; 3 sisters, Everlina Fipps, Annetta Johns and friend, attd Melissa Penis; 3 brothers, Johnny Harr ington, Antwon Johnson, and Alvin Johnson; grandmothers, Mrs. Ethel Pemberton, and Mrs. Pattie Morrison; aunts, Mrs. Leona Woodard, and Ruthie Bass; I uncle, Mr. Leroy Bouie; 4 nephews; 4 nieces; many other relatives and close friends, among whom are, Frances Hester, and Essie Lee King. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening. The funeral cor tege will arrange from 29I 7 Lindell. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. .... WILFORD, MR. HOMER Funeral services for Mr. Homer Wilford, of 3802 Lindell Ave., who passed away, Thursday, February 21, will be held, Saturday, March 2 at 1 P.M., at New Mt. Silla M issio nar y B a p tist C hur ch, 5702-57th St., wit h th e pa stor, Rev. Moses Anglin, of ficiating. lnterment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Wilford was a native of Miccosukee, Florida and a resid e n t of Tamp a f o r many years He was a member o f the Laborer's Local Union 1207, Mr. Alfonso Salter, president. Survivors are: his wife Mrs. ..... Th.elma G. daughters, Mrs. Lyon w. Creal and husband, James, and Miss Jacquelyn P. Wilford; 2 sons, Mr. Homer Wilford, Jr. and wife, Geraldine, and Mr. Danny Carl Wilford; 1 stepdaughter, Mrs. Ruth Neal and husband, Horace; 7 grandchildren; a loving and devoted mother, Mrs. Vicy Hicks; a very devoted companion, Mrs. An nie Mae Nelson; 2 sisters, Mrs. Marie Henry and husband, William of Lynchburg, V irgin i a and Mr s Parrie L. Bai sden of Tamp a; 1 br o th er, Mr. Richard Wilford a n d wife, Ozzie of Englewood, NJ; 5 aunts, Mrs. Ruby A u gusta of Win ter Haven ; Mrs. A nn a Merrie x and Mr s Mary Augu s ta both of Haine s Cit y FL, Mrs. Martha Ford of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Florena Hall of Tampa; 1 uncle Mr. Sandy Hall of Haines City; 2 nieces, Ms. Eileen P. Wilford, and Kimberly Baisden; 4 nephews, Kenneth W. Wilford and wife, Richard Wilford, III and wife, Donnie Wilford, and Dwayne Scott and wife; and a host of cousins, other relatives, friends, and very devoted neighbors, among who is Mrs. Mary Philmore. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening. The funeral cor. tege will arrange from 3802 Lindell. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME." BRYANT& WILLIAMS MARTiN, MRS. MARY J. Mrs. Mary J. Martin, 418 West Frances St.,jpassed away February 26 m a local hospital. Funeral service will be conducted Saturday, March 2, at 1 P.M. from the New Salem Missionary Church 405 North Oregon A v e., w ith the P a s tor R ev. J.P. Sau n ders, o ff i ciating. E n tombment will follow in th e Shady Grove Cemetery. M r s. M ar tin was a native Tam pan. S ur vivors include: her devot e d H u s b a n d, Mr. Fred L. Ma r tin Sr ; 3 so n s, Rev. G eorg e Mar tin and wife, Brenda, Mr. An thony Martin and wife, Gail, and Mr. Fred L. Martin, Jr. and wife, Gilda ters Mr s Cynthia Robert s and husband, Cllarles, Mrs Marian Cail and husband, Frank, and Ms. Naomi l\'far tin, all of Tampaj 2 brothers, Mr. Curtis Johnson and Mr. John W. Johnson of--Tampa; 3 sisters, Mrs. Tillman and husband, Booker, Mrs. Della Raiford and husband, Eddie and Mrs. Pauline Doe ariel husband, William, all of Tampa; A loving mother-in law, Mrs. Marian Martin of Tampa; 3 sisters-in-law, Mrs. Mercedes Rob.nson of Belle Glade, Fla., Mrs. Minnie Sellers of St. Petersburg and Mrs. Mary C. McDougal of West Palm Beach; 14. grand children, six nieces, nine nephews, a host of cousins and other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The remains will repose at the RA \' WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL, af t e r 5 P.M. Fri day, and at the Church after 10 A.M. Saturday. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS AT THE CHAPEL F ROM 7-8 P.M. F RID AY. The remain s will not be v iewed after the eulogy. Ar rangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). OAK HILL MIMS, MRS. ELIZABETH Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Mims, 700 Roman Avenue, who passed away February 15, will be held Saturday at 12 noon from Truelove Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. W. T. Carpenter officiating. Interment will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. A native of Hamlet, North Carolina, she was a resident of Tampa for many years. She leaves to mourn her passing: a devoted daughter, Mrs. Lee Miller, Tampa; 1 brother, Mr. Pearl Medley, Hamlet, N.C.; 3 grandsons, Mr. Herbert Godsmith, Mr. Russell Godsmith, arid Mr. Paul George O'Neal, all of Tampa; 1 granddaughter, Billy George O'Neal, Tampa, daughter-in law, Mrs. Shirley O'Neal and a host of friends. The remains will repose at Oak Hills Funeral Home Chapel after 5 P.M. on Friday. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME. PHILLIPS, MR. FRANK Graveside service s for Mr. Frank Phillip s, 1515 U nion S tree t #211 w h o passed away i n a local hospital will be held Saturday, March 2, with Rev. S. N. Nickerson officiating. In t erment will be in Memorial Park Ce n e t ery. He was a resi den t of Tampa f or man y years. Survivor s are: wife, Mrs. Beatrice Phillip s ; 1 brother, Windell Phillips; 1 Mrs. Okla Hick of Oklahoma ; a very devoted friend, Mr s. Mattie D. Smith and a host of other relative s and friends. The remains will repose at Oak Hills Funeral Home after 5 P. M. Friday. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME. \ ) THOMAS, TERRANCE Funeral services for Mr. Ter rance Thomas of 5815 Langston Dr. who passed awa y February 20, will be held Sat urda y Mar ch 2 at 3 P.M., from First Ba p tist C h urch of College Hill, wHh Rev. S.N. Nickerson, off i ciating. Inter ment will follow in Memorial P a r k Cemet e r y He wa s a lifelong res ident of Tampa. He leaves to mourn his passing: Mottier, Mrs. Margaret Stevens and husband James; Father, Mr. Homer Thomas and wife, Junita; 2 daughters, Lashonda Brown and Sophin Atkins; 2 brothers, Mr. Theodore Williams, Mr. Roosevelt Holmes Jr. and wife, Toni; 3 sisters, Ms. Mary and Deuclire Thomas and Melissa Holmes; 1 half brother, Johnny Jay; 1 half sister, Althua Marbar, all of Tampa; aunts, Mrs. Helen Hunter, of Safety Habor, Mrs. Sally Williams, Mrs. Heniritta Hall, Mrs. Jessie Channell, and Mrs. Doris Raines, all of Tampa; uneles, Warren Williams, Gainesville, Mr. Joe Hunter, of Safety Habor, Mr. Russell Rainer of Tampa; -Grandfather and mother, Mr. & Mrs. Albert William of Jacksonville; Devoted cousins, Ruth Nor ton, Eegunia Grivies, Roni Betts, Joe Hunter, Jr., Helen Watson, Dorothy Timmons, Christine Williams, Cornilius Mattson, and Valen cia Arier all of Tampa and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Oak Hills Funeral Home Chapel after 5 P.M. Friday. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 Friday. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME ; AKINS, MR. WILLIE JAMES Fune r a l services for Mr. Willie Jame s Akin s o f 2819-19th St., who passed away at his residence, will be held at 1 P.M. at St. James Primitive Raptis Church, 3202-33rd Ave., with Elder Joseph Davi s of ficiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: his devoted and beloved wife, Mrs. Ella Mae Akins, Tampa; 5 sons, Louis Akins, Flint, MI, Eddie Lee Akins, Willie James Akins, Jr., Timothy Akins, all of Newark, NJ, and Willie Charles Cole, Tampa; 3 daughters, Deborah, Evelyn, and Joyce Akins, all Newark, NJ; step-mother, Mrs. Edna Akins, Valdosta, GA; 9 grandchildren; 2 d aughters-in-law; 1 sister, Mrs. Jim' mie Lee McGee, Miami; 1 brother, Mr. John Wesley Akins, Valdosta, GA; 4 brothers-in-law, J.L. Rivers, Tampa, Mr. George McGee, Miami Mr. Lero y Harri s, Orl an do, a nd M r Grover Ash ley, Jr., Miami; 4 Mrs. Rosa Rivers, Mrs. Lillian Harris, Mrs. Maggie Ashley, and Mrs. Mary Chestnut; 2 aunts, Mrs. Marion Ho mer, Valdosta, G A a nd Mrs Mariett Bellamy, Milwaukee WI; uncles, Mr. Robert Homer, Rev. Paul Jones, Mr Dennis Akins, and Mr. Morris Akins; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. A native of Valdosta, GA, Mr. Akins had lived here since the early 60's, and was a former employee of Bekins Moving and Storage Com pany. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, having served honorably during the Korean Conflict. The remains will repose after 5 P. M. Friday at Wilson's Funeral Home. "A WILSON'S SERVICE". JOHNSON, MR. JESSIE JAMES Funeral services for Mr. Jessie James Johnson, 2414 E. Columbus Drive who passed in a local hospital will be held at 1 P.M. from the Wilson's Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Edward Milton, officiating. Interment in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: his wife, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Johnson; daughter, Ms. Viola Evans, Jackson, Miss.; 3 grandchildren; 3 nieces and nephews, Mr. John Powell and wife, Birdie, Mr. Elmire Young, Ms. Thelma Young and Mr. Lawrence Burns; brotller-in-law, Mr. Lonnie Burns; sister, Mrs. Viola Vin nis and husband, J.C.; in-law, Ms. Ruby Burns and Ms. Susie Eason; god daughter, Ms. Elaine son and other relatives. A native .of Chatam, Alabama and an employee of the City of. Tampa. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. The friends are asked to meet t h e famil y at the f un e ral chapel for se r vic es. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." (Continued On Page 18-A) 0AK Hill FUNERAL HOME 501( 2lnu 'ilnel Phone No. 237-8500 0/(,\1//1/1\/HIUJ IIIII/I\ Ill/ \tl I\\ Uf Ill ". \erlia ll lhun J u 1 .4 llorJ It i r h ( \. ... > = Q. ... f =-s = 1:11

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... < Q g:. fll = .52 .c Q = I -... "C = < fll = p... (Continued From Page 17-A) ... ,.,:_ ., .. --; .. RANGE, MRS. ANNA ANTONIA _:.... Funeral ser vices for Mrs. Anna Antonia Range, 2410 4th Ave., who passed in a local hospital will be held Saturday at 2 P.M. from the Hood's Temple C.M.E. Zion Church with the Rev. R.R. Neal, officiating. Interment in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: her husband, Mr. Royal Range; son, Mr. J. Dennis Range, Atlanta, Ga.; daughter, Ms. Georgia Range, Atlanta, Ga.; grandchildren, Lawrence, Dennis, Rene, Jerry, Annette, Sylvia, Liela, Christopher and Georgiana; sisters, Mrs. Theresa Sonat and husband, Joseph, Mis s Rosalie Lyons; brothers, Mr. James Lyons and wife, Edna and Mr. Jimmy Lyons; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Adela Range; 18 great grandchildren and other reiatives. She was a native of Bay Island, Hon-duras. She was a member of Lily White Lodge #1, Hen11 Webster, president. The rt' mains will repost' at tht' Wilson' s Funeral Homt' after 5 P. M. and at tht' church after noon Saturd1h The will receivt' friends from 7-8 P.M. "A W\LSON'S SERVICE." IN MEMORIAM In memory of m)' husband, Dea. Alcorn Randolph who away, March 4, 1981. Sadly missed by your Mrs. Annit' Randolph and IN MEMORIAM MRS IRt.:Nt: (NAI'iA) MU.'ALI. Dec. 20, 1919-t'eb. 27, 1984 We wish that wt' could tell you all tht' things we'd likt' to sa)' How very much wt' miss y .ou with every passing day. Our hearts art' filled with sadness and our eyes ,shed many tears; but tht' memories )'OU left with us will last a million years. missed hy hu sband, Roosevelt i"cCall; :daughters, Con!'lta nce Oliver. Marshall and Walker: and grands and great grands. IN MEMORIAM In memo11 of Nelson, Jr. who passed March 1, 1983. Missed b y your mother, Ruby Homer, sister, daughter family. IN MEMORIAM \'N EALY It's been 2 years, March 2, 1983 sjnCt' yo u were taken T here has not been a that we have not remembered loving ways and thoughtt'ulness. We miss you and love ) ou always. Your mother, Ernestine Bell, and daughten,, Linda and Pat and family. 1.1\ MEMORIAM In memory of Ma,ll nun can. missed b) Mrs. Bertha JJuncan and l'hildrt-n h) Kathy, lrandnt-and grandlhildreu. Wtwill alwa)'s and )OU. IN MEMORIAM I n lm ing nf .Julius Bythewood: Sr., who passl'd March 3, 1968. We miss you, wife, Nellie; sons: Oliver, Reginald and Jl'ffrey Bythewood. IN MEMORIAM In mt'mory of Mrs who pass t'd Feb. 27, 1982. "We s aw you fading .like a flowt'r, But could not make yo u stay. Wt' nurse d you with tender kindnesses Until God called you away. Oh! Ella dear we loved you and our hearts. ache for you still. Forgotten by some others _:_ But by us you never will." \'our daughters, Emma Lewis & Willie Mae Hudgins. Spot Advertising Works Go Classified IN MEMORIAM In m emory nf nur mnlher a nd father, .lame" L and Mariah(;. Erhnl ". We will a lway" mis" you and thi nk of the memories we have nf ynu Sadly lhe l<:thol.o;;, Walters familil'" and olhl'r rl'lalives and friends. Tht El'hnls ( 'hildren. CARD OF THANKS The fami l y of I he I ale Mr. l'rank tl. <;alloway upre"" "inrere gratitude for all kind ne"" and prayer" during lhe ne"" of Mr. Galloway. Than lhl third Sunday llninn, Elde N. lesaw, President, I hanks In Elder .John t'orle and Elder Davis. ( ;nd hl. es" you all. The <;allnway family. CARD OJ< THANKS CARl> OF THANKS ( ;nd gave us friends sn I hal h The family of the late Mr. I l'ir lnve and slrtngih might William (IJill) Phnenix, suslam us. We graldnlly al'knnwledge acknowledges with grealful all ads nf kindntss shnwn us appreciation -lo our friends and neighbors for all acts of during lht illness and passing of nur lnwd ont .lola R. kindness shown during the loss of our one. Henry. l'riends, when we needed you most, yo u were Special thanks to Rev. right there. You helped us Johnson, the Greater Bethel through a mos t diffirult Bapti st Chur ch fami l y and period. Pughs l ey Funeral Home. S pecial thanks to Mt. Zion The Thomas, Ford, Kemp & A.I\;I.E Churl'h, Ocala, Rev William Simmons, Rev. J. H. Simon and all of the Ministers and friends participated at the Memorial and Funeral Servil'es, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, the Utopian Club and to ALL of our friends. May God ever Ble ss you. Most appreciative, The family. Death Threats Follow King Birthday Plea CONCORD, N.H. A told a legislative panel he has received death threats for introducing a bill to make the late Martin Luther King' s birthday a state holiday. "Racism is alive and well," Rep. Edwards Blais said, "Now I know what it's like to be on the other side, having people threaten me." Jackson families. FUNERAL HOME <;:or. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service FUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ray Williams Funeral Home 1477 Ave. 253 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET 'Our Business Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES : 247-3 I 5 I or 247-3 I 52 FUNERAL & BURIAL FOR $1,865 SHAD. Y GRovE FuNERAL Ho.ME & CEMETERY Limited At-Need Offer Funeral & Burial Special For The Low Price Of $1, 865 Funeral & Burial For$J ,865 111tlude thti following. I Rttrnoval ol Deteoed 'I I rnbolmmg (not rttquittd by low) f .rJrt:: r1r 1 d prttpuro11orrof 4 '.,1tJft t'-'' t Uflttrul "., "J1tJft VtttWiny 1., tAt urrttlul Houtt: CHARLES REUFORD ... OwntT I f IJI 1t:1 tJI tir .. f, .. Vtttwtlly )j lrJrt:rJI fo '1 "' t: C u IIJ lit.oloi Shady Grove l:t r ,,,.,,.,,.,(cmlotmu (nul R"q' d by luw) 1 : ''"""'"'Y ... GIO ... c ....... huy) 14 '''"" 1.,,, .. 1 Uf.' 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William Raspb erry (Continued From Page 4-A) Tampa Housing Authority C. Blythe Dedicates Homes in music or drama or spo rt s footing as they can get. can be an impqnam source of Pity, which i s what we often self-esteem. feel for other people's Still I s upport the C-average children, s ay s give the poor rule partly because of my kids a break Love, which i s assumption that it isn't all that what we feel for our tough a s tandard. We're not let' s help then:t get reaa / for talkin g here about bell-shaped real life-not l?Y lowering the curves that automatically standards but by providing the place some students above the resource s to help thefn meet median and some below it. I the standards. One principal suspect that we're talking less who saw 38 percent of his about acceptable academic students fall below ,the achievement than about accepeligibility cutoff agree s Said table l eve l s of exertion. I find Thomas Kirby: I don't see it hard to believe that Prince any point in having a kid who George' s teachers will flunk can bounce a bas ket ball kid s who really do try: who g raduat e from high schoo l and pa y attention in class, turn in not be able to read all their work ; .seek spec ial Black American assistance when they need it also bring athletic g lor y to (Continued From Page 4 A) their schools. (If it turns out that some yo un gsters are being penalized for inadequate g ifts rather than insufficient effort, I'd support some modification of the rule.) The principal value of the new standard is that it help s the st udent s, including those in the lower grades, to get their own priorities right: to under while outside ac tivitie s can be an ego-boosting adjunct to classroom >"ork, they cannot be a substitute for it. Even the truly gifted, whose nonacademic talent s might earn them college scholarships or even professional careers, need as solid an academic white, assembled before the Washington Monument where the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King gave his famous, "I Have A Dream" address. It should be pointed out that the 1960s saw this nation enact some of the most sweeping civil rights legislation in its history. Foremost were the 1964 Civil Rights Bill, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the 1968 Open Housing Law passed in symbolic tribute to the fallen drum major, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was killed earlier that year by an assassin while in Memphis leading another demonstration protest movement. .-.------------CLIP & SAVE----. come to the end even the un dertaker will b e sorry: The invocation done by the Rev. A Leon Lowry and .4h e closing hym The Lord's ""firiiyer, was done by the Rev. J = Q. lor:! .. ... = = =.... s = (IJ

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... J _, I CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Parttime janitorial, PLUMBING SERVICE MAN Minimum 3 yr s experienl e. $5.00 / hour. Immediate ing s for male s 253-2539 12 noon : Call 238-4348, a s k for COSMETOLOGIST WANTED Michael. Booth rental or commi s s ion Prefer y ou having y our own client e l. C all Janice 247-4168 Experienced cleaning per sonnel wanted part-time and full-time : all between 3-5 P.M. 239-1452. Become A Firefighter With The City Of Tampa The Pay Is Outstanding: $17,062.24/Per Year Hillsborough Community College Provides A Fire Science Course Which Will Enhance Your Ability To Become A Firefighter For More Information, Paris Jlon Lockette City Of Tamf'O EEO 223-8192 CAREER MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES GET IN ON THE GROWTH AT .. Tampa is growing and so are we at McDonald s We have to keep up so our expansion program has created entry level Manager Trainee positions for the local franchise of the world's largest restaurant chain Some of the qualifications are: e Previous manage,..nt, supervisory or people leadership skills are n.c:essary for related college degree) e Desire to work in a performance oriented company e Energetic able to keep up with a very demanding schedule Some of the many benefits we oHer are: e Generous training salary with increase in 4 6 months e Health life, Dental & Disab i lity Insurance e Pension and Profit Sharing Plan e Outstanding Advancement Opportunities Come by our offices any business hour to apply Contact interview con be arranged at a con venient day for you ( D irecti o ns: West on Cypress f r om Westsho r e int e rsection t o the first street, which i s Occiden t r ight to N assau t hen left We are directly beh ind t h e Admi ral B enbow I nn). CASPERS, INC. An Equ l Opportunity Emp lo y r HELP WANTED AVON Are you working for minimum wage? Now is the time to make up to $8 per hour ; make friends, meet pie and be a part of the best HELP WANTED. PHONE WORK $4 to $6 per hour salary. No experience nece ssary. Call 876-2268. FOR SALE $200 DOWN If y ou re over-crowded or being displaced, y ou ma y be able to bu y a hou s e. Perma nent income i s required beauty company in the USA. L------------_. For further information, u: Censu s Bureau needs LEVER REAL ESTATE BROKER 626-6689 685-3227. 500 temporary employees beginning in March. Pay rates t-------------1 from $5 to $7/ hour. Must HOUSE FOR SALE TUTOR pass written exam for census $39,000 Part-time tutor wanted for po s ition. Call 228-2680 for By Neighborhood Housing 27 hours per week, $4 per more information. Service s of Tampa. Call hour. Knowledgeable in t-------------t229-8211 or 229-8319. Appli english, math, science, CLERK TYPIST 11 cant mu s t meet agenc y s low reading, and social studies. to moderat e in c ome levels w k Opportunity with University or mg with high school Media Relations and Publica$2,000 down $ 323.27 p e r dropouts who are preparing f l' month, loan for 25 f h G tion s Office. Typing, 1 mg, or t e .E.D. Work schedule 1 y ear s 2 BD / 2 BA, LR, DR 'II b and mailing out news re eases. WI e evenings night s and 1 1 K, f ront and back porch. On e S A Requires 1 yr. of c enca exaturdays. nyone intere s ted f 35 s tory frame. 1323 s q. ft under 11 229 8 perience and typmg o <;a 117 and a s k for Ms. 1 k a1 ro o J on lot s i z e S9'xl33" ApF I wpm, abe to wor occas1on -1 ply by calling for appt. by S p ly under pressure of dead ines. WFTS has an immediate open ing for a part-time collec tion person Thjs person will be responsjble for making col lection calls on delinquent ac counts by telephone or letter with follow-up as often as re quired, and checking credit references on new accounts. The pos ition reports to the ac cou'nting manager and busines s manager Collection experience required and broadca s t indu s try collection preferred. Pleas e s end resume or stop in and fill out applica tion. WFTS TV, 4501 E. Col umbu s Drive, Tampa, L 33605. Attn. Paul Wilson. STAFF ASSISTANT HCC Responsible work in Inter nal Auditor's office. Minimum Qualifications: Completion of 2 years of college with course work in ac counting and /or auditing and 3 years responsible work ex perience involving accounting and /or auditing. Must have proficiency in typing. (College training beyond two years may be substituted for work ex on a year-for-year ba s i s with maximum of two y ear s) S tarting S alary: $12,533 to $13, 786. (Excell e nt ben e fit s ). Appli c ati o n d e adlin e : F rida y Mar c h I 1 985 A pply: Hillsborough Community College Personnel Dept. 39 Columbia Dr. ( Davis Island) Tampa, Fla 33606 EOE-M/F Prefer good typist with m., 3-1-85 durin g reg. bu s knowledge of word processhr s. ing, Salary range: $315.20 $480.80 bi-weekl y Deadline March 1, 1985. Send applica tion to: OHice of Personnel Services University of South FA0-011 4202 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL 33620 Univer s it y of South Florida i s an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunit y Employer. 3723 POWHA nAN Spacious home on large cor ner lot. $25,000. Low down payment or rent w / option Tony, 248-1751. ERA THOMAS C. HILLS CONSTRUCTION AND Real Estate Local Member of Tampa MLS Call our profe s sionals f o r a FR E E Market Analysi s Don't under s ell your home. New 1--------------1 financing available at below FOR SALE VETERANS V .A. No money down. No closing cost. Fast occupancy. Free information. Call: WALT BREWER REALTY 933-6621 market rate s COMMERCIAL ZONED For the bu s ine s s-minded person. Rent to own this 4 BR house, SOOJo in 3 yrs. $1,000 down, $500/month, $500 / security deposit. Ap praised at $40,000. Call Bess, eves. 239-1793. INVESTORS BY OWNER Large 9 BR's/2 baths, comSale or lease option. 3212 N. pletely furnished and presently 44th St. 3 / 1 CB. Will be comoccupied. For Sale. Owner pletely refurbished. Low down motivated. Priced at $26,000. payment to qualified buyer. CaH Ms. Brown, eves. Total monthly payments less 248. than $400 (owner licensed RENT W /OPTION agent); day s 963-5789 eves. 3 BR's / 1 bath, 1 000 sq. 886-4106 or 831-3464. feet lg. yard, new carpet, 1-----------f$22,500, $1 ,000 down, 2lots read y to build on 53 x $285 /month, or rent for 106 : Als o 3 bedroom / 2 bath $295 / per m o n t h plu s $ 295 hou s e, garag e w / w c arpet sec urit y de p osit. Call Bess, central H / A nice eves. 239-1 7 93. neighborho o d n ea r s c h oo l a nd T O SEE IS bu s. For m o r e i nfo call Jerrell TO BUY Cook R ealto r 93 3 -6141; Large 3 / 2 quiet eve n i ngs Wa lter R eed, Assoc. nei ghborhood, 1120 s q. ft. 238-2532 w / c e ntral heat/air an d lg. t---------------t3-car carport. Call Herb, GREAT FORECLOSRUE R ealtor Assoc., eves. C lair-M e l City, co n c r ete 963-0036. LQT POLICE OFFICERS b l ock h o m e 2 b e d roo m / 1 bath. As kin g $32 900 $300 down. Zon e d C-1, lOO x 100, $14 ,000 $ 1 500 do w n. Own e r will carry at 12% Call Be ss, 239 1793. The cit y o f S t. Florida i s r e cruitin g appli c ant s for it s Police D e p a rtm e nt. Appli c ant s s hol!ld be high s chool graduate or pos s ess G E D certificate, b e at lea s t 19, be a U .S citizen and possess a valid driver s licen s e In addition to a beginning s alary of $17-,583 annuall y for Police Officer s, the cit y als o offer s many excdlent fringe benefits s uch as paid holidays and paid vacation s For further information call: CITY'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 1-(813) 893-7272 Or Visit Room 107175 5th St., North St.Petersburg,FL NO MONEY DOWN 3 bedro()m / 1 bath. Corner lot/waterfront, a sking $45 000 Qualified bu y ers onl y PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS 4803 Nebraska Ave. (Cor. of Osborne) 237-6415 or 626-4626 1506 MOBILE 2BR's w / bath frame, newly renovated, w / w carpe t separate dining room Large fenced back yard w / porch. $31, 900. Call Rhonnie, eve s 238-9428. REAL EST ATE CO. 5118 N. 56th St. Suite 111 621-2021 (Le Tourneau Center)

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SUN-COVE REALTY 962-0299 2803 E. MCBERRY 2 BR's, newly remodeled fenced down pay_ ment. 248-6193. DUPLEX FOR SALE Low down payment. Owner financing. Great income op portunity. 237-1770. 3725 POWHATTAN $25,000, $2,000 down. 248-1751. -.... ---, --------> = =-

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! THA Eliminates Staff Positions During Financial Crisis .... According to Juan Patter son Executive Director of the Housing Authority (THA), "financial problems" BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer tion. plained that these cutbacks "will save approximately $204,000 'over a year's period. ;... is the culprit behind today's 6 < to 1 vote by the Board of 8 Commissioners to eliminate some staff members and their Bassett, Emma Williams, and Evelyn Whittle -Leadworkers total salaries, $53 910; and Lillie Cooper, Tenant Support Services Supervisor, salary $22,380. "These positi9ns been phased out ; r o"rw .. will assume those duties, but-Jhere will be an Operations Manager who will oversee housing maintenance and manage ment," Patterson explained. "I foresee tough financial times, not only for THA but for a'il others, persis.ting another three to four years," Patterso n stated. "There is no great likelihood those posi tions (which were eliminated) will be added back. But there will be other major budget cuts coming. "Employees will face a salary freeze for the next year, we are eliminating operations of the swimming pools, and we are eliminating sec urity guards in two hous ing complexes," he said. by $240,000; there is a possible increase in utilitie s; and the authority has been hit with a 60 percent ($60,000) increa se in insurance NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME rll = g :a .c 0 = -... "CC = < = = = I = = Q,l 00 positions. Feeling the crunch of this financial crisis are: Fred Thomas, Director of Housing Management, annual salary, $34,694; Fifi Glymph, Management Supervisor, $29,140; Ralph Underwood, Personnel Manager, $33,259 annual salary; Coretha He added that the authority has also created a Maintenance Coordinator position Earl Haine s, who i s currently the acting coordinator, will assume that posi-25 Years Ago Tampa's (Continued From Page 2-A) Air Traffic Controllers which worst habit s of others." let big businesse s know they He is calling upon the c hurcould control the country';: he ches, sororities, fraternities to states. s tep in and "fill the vacancy The Rey F. A. Rodriguez, created by the weakness of the who is now pastor. of St. home. There i s too much ,. James A. M. E. Church, Pro-dependency on sc hool s to do gress an active thing s that s hould be done at man dunng the 60 s and home," he states. before.1 He was the legal Fort does see a trend of tur-representative for the ning back to the 60s and he -NAACP. He recall s many of believes that blacks have the s it-in demopst ration s that become complacent with what occurred. But one in particular they have obtained. "We're that he recalls is wh.en many of not as vocal anymore. Those the youth went downtown to who are taking leadership the Tampa Theatre and were roles are not confiding in those refused, then to the Maas who were leader s then to find Brothers Restaurant and were out to plan strategy. There are refused. Shortly thereafter, all no efforts to keep our history downtown merchants closed alive," he sta tes. "The people who have been terminated will have an opportunity to apply for po sitions as they become available in the housing authority, and I will do everything I can to see these people sec ure employment either through recommenda tion or personal assistance .... The director ex-According to Patterso n these cuts are offset by major increases in the authority's budget for the next year. Hou s ing and Urban D eve lop ment (HUD) is recapturing an income of $274,000, and "it could be more," he s tated; garbage rates have increased 50,88. The nation that has the schools 72,33. has the future. 51,42. Come OneCome All To Williams One Stop 4104 N. 22ndSt. 239 Y, Bar B -Que Chicken -$I 95 BarB-Que Cuban Sandwiches Deviled Crabs Fish eBailed Peanuts Fried Skins Hat Dogs Hamburgers Register To Win A Slob Of Ribs NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Gladston E. White and Leroy A. Wong, intends to register the fictitious trade name Amusement City with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statues, 1953: that the undersigned intends to engage in the business of Recreational Games at 3602 E. Osborne Ave., Tampa, Florida. this 6th day of February, 1985. Gladston E. White Leroy A Wong Sole Owner s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF PAULINE ALLEN a / k / a PAULETTE ALLEN, File Number 85-134 Division EAST Deceased NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION their. stores Rodriguez and Fort give credit to city officials who assis ted tin the smooth transi. 1fl. The administration of the 1( estate of PAULINE ALLEN, GRAN D 0 P EN I N G tion. "Dogs were not put on us by the police officers lik e they were in other cit ies," Fort states .. In fact,ithe officers ac tually protected us." for Hillsborough County, -tc Satur_ day, March 2nd 8:30A.M. Pro!;te Hillsborough County Cour'l' thouse, P.O Box 1110 Tam"The sit -in s were part of the BRONZE STAR PEOPLE '$ LA UN DRY & .. pa, FL 33602 The names and social revolution," Rev. addresses of the personal Rodrigue z states. ''We gained 'l' VARIETY STORE DRYCLEANING representative and the per-from the se instances, but we -tc sonal representative's attorney have lost a lot. Our youth have t (Formerly Star Investment Co.) 3503-B E. Hillsborough are set forth below. no desire to ke ep the flame All interested persons are alive. Then, no matter how lit3503-A E. Hlllsborougli 'l' requ ired to file with this court, tie we had, we knew we had a -tc -tc WITHIN THREE MONTHS purposeinlife,wehadopposi"Serving The Community An Air-Conditioned oF THE FIRST tion, and we had something to """' At Discount Prices" PUBLICATION OF THIS fight for. we have copied the t Coln1 Laundry And NQTICE: (1) all claims again Gft J I st the estate and (2) any .*Eddie Murphy I s ewe ry Dry Cleaner .'Just objection by an interested per""' Greeting Cards 'J" son on whom this notice was Revue* Hair Goods Baby Goods for The People. II served that challenges the Notions Household Items validity of the will, the, qualifications of the personal Wash Dry Folcf representative, venue, or i' Everyone Is Invited For jurisdiction of the court. ti' *Free Hot Dogs And Sodas 6 Large Machines """' WILL BE FOREVER *Prizes For The 1st so 12 Small Machines BARRED. Publication of this Notice 14 Dryers has begun on Friday, March 1, """' """' 1985. t Special Discount For Wash ._ Senior Citizens. """' Personal Representative: While -tc < "" "Shop While Youwash" 0 Don't let anybody fool You -tc DONNA A. ALLEN KENT A._ ALLEN 2173 N. W. 3rd Street Pompano Beach, FL 33069 .'::::;,'t.!'.".;' .f Extra Parking In Rear Shop t !-<' Murphy" Concert, you missed 'l' a great show. All the Sentinel -tc Extra Parking In Rear has to say about tiJe show is: PEGGY HENDERSON !-< a another it Store Manager Everyone Is Invited! -tc .. Keep .. fl.. ... 'lot. Attorney for Personal Representative: LAW OFFICE OF THEODORE N. TAYLOR, P.A. 111 E. Reynolds St., Suite 4 P.O.Box 2133 Plant City, FL 34289-2133 (813) 752-5633

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BURGLARIES Mr. Alfred Thompson, Jr., 37, 5015 N. 20th reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke into his residence and fled the scene taking a bicycle valued at $190, and jewelry valued at $95. According to police reports, an unidentified suspect broke into the home of Ms. Evelyn Louise Thornton, 41,-3508 N. 18th St., and fled the scene taking a television set valued at $500, jewelry valued at $300, and $77 in cash. An unidentified suspect, ac cording to police reports, broke into the home of Vernell Carter, 41, 3910 E. Deleuil and fled the scene taking a Video .Cassette Recorder valued at $500. A television set valued at $80, a calculator valued at $45, and jewelry valued at $400 were taken by an uniden tified suspect, according to police reports. The merchandise belonged to Albert Eugene Cutler, Sr., 50, 2111 Riverside Dr. Ms. Joyce Maria Morris, 25, 3014 N. 40th St., reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke into her home, taking a television set valued at $300 and an electric clock valued at $25. Merchandise valued at $997 and belonging to Isaac Ed ward McDaniels, 23, 2306 N. 12th St., was taken by an unidentified suspect from McDaniels' home, according to police reports. Merchandise valued at $828 and belonging to Johnie Davis __________________ o_y_K_A_R_E_N_w __ A_L_n_E_N ________________ 10 Years:,.Ago Hisroith, Jr., 38, and Ms. Bet-March 1, '1975 ty Borders Hismith, 40, 2005 Mrs. Catherine Deadwyler, E. Jean St., was taken an >,_ Miss Cora Lee Russell suspect -frottf White, Mrs. Rub; victims residence, accordmg Watsbn, Mrs. Lillie Mae Cole, to police reports. Mrs. Willie Mae Hodo, J. T. THEFTS Williams, Willie Hodo, Johnny James, Leo DeadMs. Lola Bell Trimble, 66, wyler, Charlie Williams, Mrs. 3713 E. Hanna Ave., reported Ella Mae Williams, and Mrs. to police that an unidentified Laura Asia were all members suspect tricked her into of the Kennedy Social and withdrawing $2,400 from a Savings Club: They met at the bank account to give to the home of Mrs. Lillie Mae Cole suspect. to elect officer s and to plan An unidentified suspect, acupcoming events. cording to police reports, took Attending a party in honor merchandise valued at $95 and of Armettia Temple were: $2 in cash from Ms. Cynthia Marie Brown, Dorothy Oar Maria Battle, 26, 2303 rison, Ida Grimsley, Rudolph Pathway, Apt. 2623. The inciShuler, Albert Shaw, and Lilly dent occurred at 1508 E. Shuler. Spruce St. The congregation at New It was reported to police Salem Primitive Baptist that a known male suspect Church paid tribute to Elder took $20 in cash which belongand Mrs. R. H. for ed to Virgil Barker, 22, 4527' _h_is_ei,;,g_ht_h_a_n_n_iv_e_r_sa_r.;.y,.. --Drug Arrests Mrs. Chrizzell Davis hosted The Smarties meeting at her home. Attending that meeting were: Emma Warren, Gladys Watkins, Audrey Spotford, Darnetha Coakley, Christine McCarty, Jessie Harrelson, Gloria Hale, Theresa Tooms, Rita Leufray, Oliver Warren, Rudy Goodwine, J. T. Williams, Martin Lewfray and Harry Watkins. 30 Years Ago February 26, 1985 Mr. Willie Herbins was given a surprise birthday party by his wife at his home. The guest list included many friends: Mr. Eugene White, Mr. Willie Lyles, Mrs. Lillie Mae Davis, Mrs. Hattie Jackson, Miss Margaret Davis, Mrs. Zennie Mae White, Hattie Mae Freemon, and Mr. Raymond White. Ashmore Dr. The incident oc curred at the S.E. corner of N. 22nd St. and E : Lake Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gran ville (Joebeth) hosted a dinner party for Mrs. Edna Harris and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. According to police reports, Ballard. According to police reports, Tony Haley, 45, 2505 E. Lake Ave., was arrested and charg ed with strong armed robbery after he allegedly took mer chandise valued at $10 and $285 in cash from Richard Raymond, 1762Yz Farral Ave. in Clearwater. The incident occurred in the 100 block of E. Amelia Ave. Two known suspects, ac cording to police reports, fled the scene at the N. W. corner of N. 29th St. and E. 32nd Ave. with $353 in cash and merchandise valued at $5. The Items belonged to 32-Y,.ear-old Ms. Sylvia Sledge, 5415 Ivory Lonnie Lee Dorsey, 25, 6011 The Alpha Omicron N. 39th St., was arrested and Chapter of the National charged with possession of Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa marijuana while in the front entertained their Xinoettes at a yard of 6011 N. 39th St. Valentine Sweetheart Party. According to police reports, Attending the celebration Nigel Blair Hall, 19, 2912 E. were: Miss Esther Stancil, 25th 'Ave was arrested and Edith James, Bettye Lou charged with possession of O'Neal, Samuel Ervin, Miss marijuana while at the corner Elsa A. Turner, Larry of N. 29th and E. 29th,, Houston, Earl Summerlin, Ave. ''Misses Jean Murray, Barbara Lane, Lakeland, Fla. Dennis, Ora Lee Sledge, Viola According to police reports, Gilbert, Lejoan Robinson,' celebrated his seventh anniver sary. 20 Years Ago March 6, 1965 Mrs. Rubye Arrington and Mrs. Lucile Hammond were presented awards of distinc tion from The Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Soror Pauline Brady presented the plaques. Rev. W. H. Gordon was called to pastor New Salem Missionary Baptist Church of Hyde Park. He had served as acting minister since December, 1964. Clara Denise Marshall celebrated her sixth birthday with a party attended by all her friends. The guest list in cluded: Antha Copeland, Ernest Washington, Sandra Murray, Mildred Murray, Joseph and James Mitchell, Kathy, Brenda, and Delores Palmer, Herbert Jones; Malphus, Loria Far ris, Joe Lee and Doretha Anderson, Tolanda Willis, Betty Jean McNair, Sa vern Sutton, Chatlie, Angela, and Earline Warren, Donald Evans, Scott Evans, Jr., Roderick Evans, Sandra, Frederick, and Sheryl Davis, Wanda Wimbush, and Pamelll Logan. RICKY WILLIAMS James Roy Harris, -18, 1905 Geraldine Hogans, Sara Bell St. Louis, was arrested and Fordham, Helen Adams, charged with grand theft robAldon Simmons, Mary B. Mc bery after he allegedly took Cullough, : Elise B. Blanks, $120 in cash and merchandise Mollie M. Boone, George E. valued at $5, which belonged Fairy B. Kearse, to Timothy Norris, 27, 2505 E. Floretta Jackson, Mr. John S. 27th Ave. The incident occurRobinson; and Mr. Gilbert M. Mrs. Ruth Carrington hosted a social gathering for the members of Entre Nous. Mrs. Thelma Creal won the gift box. Also attending the gala were: Mesdames Dorothy Jones, Ray Williams, J. C. Williams, Johnnie King, Essie Williams, Lela Lewis, Mr. James Jackson, Mrs. Eva Butler, Mr. Eddie Felder, Mrs. Amanda Smith, Mrs. Polly Mae Wilson, Mr. Henry Carr ington, Jake Brown, and Willie Horton. Attorney At Law CRIMINAL DEFENSE (Felonies, Misdemeanors, Traffic And Juvenile) PERSONAL INJURY & WRONGF:UL DEATH WILLS & PROBATE SOCIAL SECURITY & EMP. LOYMENT LAW 237-1659 ATTY. RICKY E. WILLIAMS 400 E. Buffalo Ave. {Cor. Of Buffalo & Central) MON. .FRI. 8A.M. To6' P SAT. 9A.M. -12Noon Have You Been Injured In An Automobile Accident Or By A Motor Vehicle And It Wasn't Your Fault? Call: KA YDELL -0. WRIGHT Attorney At Law 254-4623 THE WRIGHT BLDG. J JON. Armenia Tampa, Fla. 33609 (free ParlclngJ A utomoblle Accidents (Free Consultation) Wrongful Death (Free Consultation) Medical Malpractice (Free Consultation) Slip & FallDog Bites (Free Consultation) red at the corner of N. 22nd Boone. St. and Columbus Dr. Rev. L. R. Stancil of New 248-1921 Ms. Rhonda Chri_stine Bethel M. B. Church Jackson, 14, 1712 N. .... Boulevard, reported to police Frank's that an unidentified suspect Ornamental Iron took her jewelry valued at $132. The incident occurred at 24 Hour Service the corner of W. Chestnut and N. Boulevard. It was reported to police that an unidentified suspect took a gun valued at $75, which belonged to Ms. Sara Smiley, 31, 1911 N. Delaware. The incident occurred at 1911 N. Delaware. ATTY. KAYDELL 0. WRIGHT Divorce Probate & Wills DWI Residential CommerCial Financing Arranged Burglar Bars Railings Escapes Stairways Weldings Ornamentals Licensed Insured JJonded Free Home Security Tips FOR RENT 2-Bedroom Apt. 918-14th Ave. (Over Main House) $60 PER WEEK 5180 Security Deposit Plus First Week's Moves You ln. All Utilities Paid By Apt. Owner. Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin 248-1921 Rent .... = = I = = ; = c::r fll ::I" =t'r! fD .. '< = t: > = =l>!j ..

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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN 40 YEARS SERVING TAMPA FRIDAY; MARCH 1, 1985 SECTION Local The Sixth Grade St_udents Recall Of B htcl( America History The sixth grade students at St. Peter Claver Catholic School and Lee Sixth Grade Center recently commemorated Black History Month with a special presenta tion given at the Ybor City Library. Under the direction of Ms. BY PATrY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Helen Long Charles Bennett, Steven Allen, Tara Yeoman, Michael Dinard, Felicia Fletcher., April Ramsey, Maria Mitchell, Melvin Reese ana Jeremy LofCharles Bennett (kneeling left) and Jeremy Lofton reenact the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. _1St-even Allen portrayed the gunman who shot and killed D King's. r. Eric Gholston and Benny Shephard display Eric's artwor k, which commemorates famous figures in Black History. ton related 'The Seven Principles of Blackness, by Safisha L. Madhubuti. Reese, keeping to the beat of the audiences' finger snapp ing, recited the poem "Ain't Thdt Bad" by Maya Angelou. In remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Bennett, Allen, and Lofton reenacted the fatal shooting of the slain leader while he was in Memphi s, Te!lnessee, on April 4, 1968. MELVIN REESE Allen played the part of James Ead Ray; who pleaded guilty to the murder; Lofton was Dr. King, who was stand ing on a motel balcony; and Bennett was a reporter who witnesses the shooting. ., For the finale, Ms. Long's class sang "Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me 'Round., According to Long, the children selected their own material and took no more than a week preparing for the program saluting Black History Month. Gholston's contributions to Black Flistory were penciled drawings of notable black peo ple such as Mary McLeod Bethune, Henry Aaron, Michael Jackson, Harriet Tubman, and Margaret Walker. According to Gholston, he didn't realize he had a talent to draw until he drew these true to life picture s. He explained, commenting on Black History Month, "It's important to let people know what some of the black people did to h elp their fellow improve themselves." From left to right, Tara Yeoman, Michael Dinard, Felicia Fletcher, April Ramsey, and Maria Mitchell. She Cho se __ Culture To Cli ;(-r Of Success ?: pa Braflch of Wilfred on ffalo Ave. Within months er transferring, she obtainf Tampa, Burton c ose the fiel perv1sor s positiOn that of be auty cultu b t placed her in charge of 10 staff ladder of SUCCeSS. e UGee S members and more than 300 story is one she enjoys sharing and invites others to ex, :: , Roland Ball of Orlando, and Mary Mit. cheii ..... Bay Area Brotherhood Club Banquet.

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THE SCHOOL. -LESSON BY REV A. LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church FF WRITER Bennett has been working as a fourty-two-year-old Sis ter Pastoral As s istant and is a Relationships in The New Life .... ... John 13 Melvina Bennett grew up in Eucharistic Minister (a posiYou can always get a lot of task of foot-washing. ,l'ftey cti_ arle ston, South Carolina a s tion s he held before enteri laughs when you talk about were dirty and uncomfortable. a member of the Protestant the convent) at Sacred Heart Jove. That's partly because At.hand was a pi t cher, a water faith But during her Church, and teaching religion sometimes you have to laugh basin and the Io' ng linen cloth, sophomore year in high to second graders at Sacred to keep from crying. Love is but not one of the twelve school, s he became a Catholic Heart Parochial School. such a deep need of all human would humble himself to do "In my youth, the Catholic "I'm here to develop and beings that it too touches the the dirty job of foot-washing. Church appealed to me operate the office of Social center of our emotions They were, no doubt, hot and-_.because of the quietnes s of th e Service Ministry," she ex -Many today feel rejected angry. worship service in community plained. and unloved-or, at best, just All of them stood on their with others," sbe explained. "(try to assist the members plain lonely. Jesus does not dignity. Finally, the Master, "It wa s the aura of solitur c of the parish who may be want it that way among His aware of -all His divine within the mass experience need of limited financial help P eople, and He says so It is authority, and seeing that His For I 8 years aft c : and refer them to .,,.,, ... rn,nr d t' f o Ham pton In SISTER MELVINA BENNETT h especially easy to feel unloved disciples would do nothing (as gra ua mg r m entitlement programs in t e if you think you're a little difthe table itself was set) ....,.. the stitute in 1964, Sister Bennett God all along,, she explained. ty and county," she poin ferent from others. Some also Master Himself got up lived in Balitmore and worked But, "I wanted to serve Him out. feel unloved deep inside from the table, stripped to His for the City's Department of differently after encountering office also "renders because they do not have a loin cloth, and began to wash Social Services as a Social illness and a renewal of th e limited assistance to people father, or were adopted, or His disciples' feet. The Master Worker. But three years ago, conversion process." who have in asking for have divorced parents, or washed the feet of His proud she rededicated her life to God According to Sister Bennett, food, clothing, and shelter; be cause no one shows any real and selfish disciples -to by joining the order of the f and refers them to other places h h f School Sisters of Notre Dame. "It was a difficult decision or personal interest m t em. demonstrate t e nature o true me to enter the convent. for transportation and medical Brian wa s a young man who love "I would like to think that "I had worked and was in-needs." felt unloved. He was really not If the Lord had not proceedmy life has been devoted to dependent," she explained She further stated, "We that different from anyone, ed to say these words recorded this act of foot-washing), how Religious life called for "self have a high volume of tranbut he felt he was. Hi s parents here, Bible students would much more ought you to serve sacrifices; relinquishing those sients and street people who had a truce in their house still, no doubt, take Jesus' one another?" He shows them things that speak of success, seek spiritual solace, but also they each did what they humble s ervice of love (the that His ideal of Lordship is to social achievement in employassistance with their daily wanted and s tayed out of each foot-washing) as an example. serve-even as He was about to ment, and economic gains." needs. We try to assist them as other's way. Brian just watch But our Lord intended to drive become the Suffering Servant Sister Bennett added that best we can." ed from the middle, and the lesson home to those on the Cross. The one claims her fap1ily "felt the Joss" at According to Sister Bennett, though he was given (or able original disciples who were to follow the Master, must be first. "Their perception of for her "living with other peoto get) almost anything or present. The proud, like Him and express servanreligious life was a sterotype of pie daily is an overall exeverything he wanted, his centered twelve needed to thood as the true expression of a person alienated, separated, perience which calls you to be parents took no personal inknow then about the true lordship and greatness. and living apart in seclusion. consciously aware of who you terest in him. He got married nature of love and about the Our Lord is disciple to do That part they were not happy are and what you bring to at 19, trying to find "love," need for it within the Christian what He has done but as He with. others. but that only made things hurt community. has done. His action is an ex-',__ "But time has p elped them "You stretch as an inworse. He wasn't ready for Our Lord knew that the ample one of the many see their perception was not dividual and grow as a person marriage neither was his lesson of love expressed in possible actions -of showing accurate," Sister Bennett when meeting the challenges wife so they fought, had a humble service would be the humble service of love. stated. "I am not any less of living together in that ...... baby, and separated. necessary 'for the church to exThe Master was indicating available to them now than lifestyle," she added. "It is Right now, Brian is still ist and grow. Therefore, He to His disciples that it was before 1 entered the convent." also a very good support looking for love. Love from drove the point home that they necessary for them to have the Since August of 1984 Sister system of spiritual nurturing." others could give him all (and we) might see that love inner attitude of humility and > :s urance that he is somebody. spoken must be expressed if of Jove that moves us to ac-'Pastor And Wife At Church Anniversary Love from others w.Juld help it's real. tions that would serve our get himself Love Our Lord does not rebuke brothers and sisters. He is our from others could even help His disciples with harsh example in this regard and we make something out of his words, but ask s them if they must ask Him how we can exmistakes. gras p the significance of His press our service today. Can Brian find love in your action for their own future acOur Lord then gave a church? tions. "Do you know .. .. ?" He "new" commandment, one Can the elderly, the college s ay s The One of highest posithat was not known in the Old student, the dope addicted, the tion the Lord and Te a cher Testament-or in ethical lost m a n the d ivorce d -h a d humbled him self to literature. It i s new in term s of wo m a n, the t ee n -ag ed un w ed s erv e the need s of other s. Not it s fre s hnes s, beauty, and m o th e r th e "diffe r e nt ones; only i s thi s an e x ample, but it de s irability the command f i n d l ove in your churc h ? i s a n act s howing the true of love ha s never become outIt was the time of P ass over. greatness of the Mas ter He worn or marred throughout J es u s and His di s ciples are in wa s indeed the Teacher of the age s. the "Upper Room. The authority and truth; He was Our Lord requires His disciple s had been arguin g indeed the Mas ter who deservdisciples to Jove one another as over position, as to which of ed obedience. he Jove them! His example of them was the greatest. In the Our Lord then argues, "If I constant, (Keep on Loving), Upper Room no servant was then, (being the Lord and self-sacrificing Jove (think of to provide the needed Teacher) have served you (in His incarnation, earthly ED T.l/ ARDS ministry, death on the cross) yy ...1'1: must be the pattern for their atitude and relating toward Remodeling Service one another. No Job Too Small The kind of love which goes to the uttermost extreme, Pastor and Mrs. Ernest Williams greeted guests with bright smiles on the first anniversary of the Open Door Christians Center, 2221 E. Ddve. ,!!!!!] eo Painting Carpentry which serves with a humble Room Ad ditions spirit, which eventually dies a WEAT SHIRTS '6 95 :AUTJFUL V-NECK S .. .. .. .. .. W II N H sacrifical death for undeserv95 Dry a ew Omes LA TEST STYLES PULLOVERS .......... .. .... .. ing sinners is the kind of love BOY'S DRESS PANTS & JEANS, SIZES 8-20 ........ 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Have you ever known anyone to have doubled over with abdominal cramps after eating from the "salad bar;" or suddenly collasped after eating a side order of. honie fried potatoes? These people could very well have been diners who suffered severe reactions to something they ate or drank. The culprit .:____ sulfiting agents-chemicals added to-some foods to make them appear crispy' fresher or more tantilizing. to sorne (but not all) fruit drinks, beers, baked goods, canned or dried potatoes. You should be able to tell which brands of these foods contain sulfites by their labels look for potassium bisulfite, potassium metabisulfite, sodium bisulfite, sodium sulfite and sulfur dioxide. Whether sprayed, poured or sprinkled over fresh or cut up foods, sulfites retard oxidation (the spoilage process). It makes strawberries bright red and spinach greener. Of course these food agents don't lurk around everything you eat, but they are frequently found in restaurants and processed foods. Even with alternatives and pressure to stop using these agents, not all restaurants will give them up. Those that do are still faced with sulfite treated food shipped in from elsewhere. So unless the FDA broadly curtails sulfite use, sulfiting agents will be around. So sulfite sensitive diners Beware. It will be mainly up to you to avoid reactions. Check out the list of suggestions to help you ayoid these agents. Remember, there is no substitute for the body you have. Take care of it and it will take care of you! Most sulfite reactions occur after a sulfite sensitive person has eaten a treated food in a restaurant, mainly because larger doses are found more often in restaurant foods than in processed foods. In processed foods, sulfites are added -= = c I -... "C Recipe Corner Looking for a few good prepare. They also give you recipes for a brunch or light that extra boost of energy to meal? Try these. These meals get through the day! are nutritious and a breeze to Chicken Marengo 1 Y2 tbsp. flour 1,4 tsp. pepper 1 2-lb. chicken, cut up = Y2 tbsp. olive oil E-4 1 tbsp. brandy t' 1 clove garlic, pressed 1 stalk celery 1 1 bay leaf "C lf.a tsp. thyme 1 tomato, peeled and diced .;a Y2 cup dry white wine :l5 1,4 cup fresh mushrooms, quartered Mix the flour and pepper and put it in a paper bag with the chicken. Shake well. Heat the olive oil in a Teflon pan and brown the chicken. Transfer chicken to a casserole; warm the brandy, pour it over the chicken, and set aflame. When the flame goes out, odd garlic, celery; parsley, boy leaf, thyme, tomatoes and win,e. Cover and cook over low heat 30 minutes. Add the mushrooms and cook 15 minutes longer, or until the chicken is tender. Taste for seasoning. Remove the and boy leaf. Makes 4 servings, 210 'colories each. .5 -= = I = = VegetableFilled Roulade lf.a cup margarine lf.a cup flour 3 / 4 cup skim milk lf.a tsp. Tabasco sauce 6 eggs, separated Y4 tsp. cream of tartar 3 tbsp. Parmesan cheese, grated Vegetable Filling (recipe follows) 6 1-oz. chunks cheddar cheese Grease a 15-by-1 OY2 -by-l-inch jelly-roll pan; line with waxed paper; grease the paper. In medium saucepan melt margarine; stir in flour. Cook 1 minute. Gradually add milk and Tobasco sauce. Cook over medium heat, stirring con stantly, about 2 minutes or until mixture thickens and peels away from sides and bottom of pan. With o wire whisk or fork, beat egg yolks. Beat in thickened mixture. In Iorge bowl of electric mixer combine egg whites and cream of tor tar. Beat until stiff peaks form. Fold egg yolk mixture into egg whites. Spread mixture into prepared jelly-roll pan. Bake in a 350"F oven 15 to 20 minutes, or until surface is puff-ed and firm pressed with fingertip. Invert on alumnium foil sprinkled with Parmesan cheese. Peel off waxed paper. Spread surface evenly with Vegetable Filling. Roll up from long side. Leave roll 0':1 foil and place on cookie sheet. range cheese slices over top. Broil, 4 inches from heat, cheese mehs. Using large spatulas, place roulade on servmg : .,.,.._ a11 &a.-d. Makes 8 servings, 347 calories each. Vegetable Filling 1,4 cup margarine 2 cups finely chopped carrot 1 cup finely chopped onion Y2 lb. fresh mushrooms, finely chopped Y2 cup Parmesan cheese, grated Y2 tsp. dried leaf savory 1,4 tsp. ground sage 1,4 tsp. Tabasco saace In medium saucepan melt margarine; saute carrot and onion 4 to 5 minutes until soft. Add mushrooms; cook 2 minutes longer. Stir int cheese, savory, sage and Tabasco sauce Zesty Cheese Strata 8 slices whole-grain bread, divided 3;4 cup Swiss cheese, shredded Y4 cup chopped scallion 3 eggs, beaten slightly 11,4 cups skim milk 1,4 cup reduced-calorie mayonnaise Y2 tsp. Tabasco sauce Y2 tsp. dried basil leaves, crumbled 2 tomatoes, sliced thinly Arrange half the bread slices in the bottom of a greased 9-by-9-inch shallow baking dish. Sprinkle with 1/2 cup cheese and scallions; top with remaining bread. In a small bowl combine eggs, milk, moyc ; >nnoise Tabasco sauce and basil; mix well. Pour egg mixture over bread; press down so bread is covered with custard. Cover. Refrigerate 30 minutes. Un cover; top with tomato slices. Sprinkle with remaining 114 cup cheese. Bake in a 350F oven 30 to 35 minutes or until knife inserted in custard comes out clean. Let stand 10 minutes. Makes 4 servings, 375 calories each. Where's The Sulfite? It may be in the following foods: *Beer *Cider Fruit (cut-up fresh). Fruit juices Fillings *Gelatin Potatoes (fresh, frozen, dried) Salads (salad bars) Sauces & gravies (canned or dried) Shellfish (fresh, frozen) Soups (canned or dried) Vegetables (fresh, cut-up, frozen, canned) Wine vinegar *Wine A void Sulfites When eating out you can order Sulfite-safe foods; these include: cheese, chicken, eggs and red meats. Read ingredient labels on processed foods. If you think you are sen sitive to sulfiting agents, ask your doctor for advice. When ordering in a restaurant, ask the manager if sulfiting agents are used in the foods you lik{ to eat. Be aware, that he or she may not know if foods prepared elsewhere were treated with agents. Strawberry Colada VAL 2 oz. unsweetened pineapple juice l Y2 oz. frozen sliced strawbir ries, partially thawed 1 oz. cream of coconut l oz. lemon juice l scoop ice Lemori slice In blender combine all in gredients except lemon. Pour into stemmed gloss. Garnish with lemon slice. Makes one serving, 284 calories. Fruit Platter l small cantaloupe, peeled, seeded and cut into small wedges I pt. strawberries, hulled 2 kiwifruits, peeled and sliced 1 orange peeled and sliced Y 2 pineapple, peeled, cored and sliced 1 cup blueberries 1 Y J cup plain, low-fat yogurt Y J cup amaretto Combine fruits and chill until ready to serve. Blend yogurt and omaretto until smooth. Serve over fresh fruit. 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. ... "CC = < fll Q,l = .... ... Q,l "CC Q,l -= fll -:= = == Q,l '3 = I Q,l = = Q,l rLJ = Leaders of a coalition of black and students said that Florida s push excellence in higher ion "masquerades a fo r superiority for an few." "Excellence is becoming the new code word for a retreat from equity,'' said Walter Mercer, a Florida A&M University professor of elementary education and president of Concerned Bla c k Educators in Higher Education in Florida. To choose exce llence at the <>vr'""'"" of equity means turn ing the clock back to a period in history where the elite received excellence and blacks and other minorities got whatever was left, Mercer said. "The search for excellen ce masquerades a quest for superiority for an elite few.'' Duane Pace, president of Edison Elementary Honor Roll Recognition of students at Edison Elementary who have demonstrated outstanding academic skills during the se cond semester. Students dis playing good citizenship were al s o recognized The following s tudents have been honored: Principal's Honor Roll: Kenya Fowlkes, Kenyatta Jackson, Paula Jackson, Nicole Solomon, Nicole Smith and Matt Regedanz. Regular Honor Roll: Denise Barretto Richard Borsick, Christal Carpenter, Claudia Castaneda By ran Cooper, Benisha Copeland, Fred C ooper Chelmer Good s on Ly Ha, Yaminah H oll o man Ter i ca Howar d Su s an Jones, Hakim Majied, Willi e Mar sh all, F r ank i e M ora les, Verna M un gin, A n gelion Robinson, James Roberson, Aida Rosar do Marisol Ros a, Eliezer Rosar do, Terry Smith, Inetta Step h ens, Lash an d a Story, Latasba Wiggins an d Deela Young. Citizenship Honor Roll: Teresa Agromayer, Presephine Andr ews, Jenny Aq u iar, Jeffer y Ber to Joseph Berto Nicoie Bro w n Apri l Bigg s, James B y r d Remu s Canty, S t acy C ha ncy, Heather Coop e r E ri c Davenport, Temika Doy l e Drew, Willi am Escribano Rowland Gay nor, C h e r ise Goodwin, Keaira Gri ffin, Antoine tt e He mmingwa y, Paulette Hoag, Rayfield H o bd y, An it a King, Melissa Hudson, D errick James, Randall James, Y ola n d o J oh n s on Yas h ica Jordan Calv i n McFadde n Alex Mo r a l es, Tanes h ia Parks Crystal Simmons Frank Sa w y er Dawn Vanderford, 'Maritz a Vargas, Sheila Williams, Andrew Wil s on and ;.< Charlotte Woodall. Mrs.r-Ruth H Brown, Principal; Mrs. Mary K. Flemm. 1.-' Counselor. .............. .. Education the Florida Black Student Association, said blacks are having a hard meetiQg the higher stand a r ds and bills state leaders have im posed" to improve Florida colleges and universities to rank among the nation's best. He said student leaders will meet with professors in Clear water next week to discuss ways to improve performance by blacks in public schools arid colleges. Meanwhile, in Tampa, ministrators at the University of South Florida say the at.Pus. h Unfair trition of black undergraduate students is too high USF records show -that about 25 percent of the first time-irr-college black students who have enrolled since 1976 either dropped out or flunked out after one year, and after three years, 50 percent of them were no longer eiuolled. Among the reasons given for the high rate at USF are social pressures, finances, lack of enough black teachers and alienation. Administrators say steps are being taken to im prove conditions in those areas. "We are continuously upgrading the things we're doing, but the attrition figures continue to remain high, s aid Tro y Collier, a ssis tant to the vice pre s ident of student af fairs NOTICE!! BAR-B-QUE KING 3501 E. Hillsborough 238-9024 OPEN ON SUNDAYS 2 P.M. UNTIL 10 P.M. Stop By And Visit Us After Church Essence Hea!tli and Beauty Essence distinguishes the beautiful woman COUPON @!1m Lustrasilk Right On Instant Moisturizer Conditioner SOt. $249 I Reg/Dry World Of Curl Buy 32 Oz. Act. For 889 Get 8 Oz. Moist. For 99C -, I I I C a re Fre e S n qp B ack I 239 Or 2/399 LIMITED QUANTITIES -' 1 6s9 I l L l 1 S taSofFro Hair Spray Oil Sheen 16 Oz. r--------------------. I Y2 Price O v e r 3 0 0 Wigs & : FREE EARRINGS FRE E 1 IThis Coupon G ood For 1 FREE PAI R OF : l Wig & Braid Brai d s To Choose From Starting At ; E ARRINGS w ith you r n ext 1 I pllrch as e o f $ 5 0 0 o r more. I 1 Limit 1 Per Sale. ; L-------------------Sale Buy I Wig Or Braid A t Regular l Low Price & Get 2 n d Wig O r Brllid AI Price Free Parking 150Jo OFF For Beauticians lOOJo OFF For Students 349 10 A.M.-8:00P.M. Mon -Thur. Fri. & Sat 9 A.M.-7 P.M. With Proper ID Sale Items Not Included t We Will Match Any legitimate Price 1407 Plant City Pz. Plant City, Fl33566 (813) 754 3487 1938 Main St. Tampa, Fl33607251-3465 II ,_ ::r.-1$ "Z

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Black College o Open Mon.-Sat. 9-6 Sunday 12-5 Alterations Done Here We Buy Bankruptcies And Closeouts Warehouse Outlet. I I _,.. ,y'" 1703 N A Street Open 7 Days A Week Ph. 251.-5502 We Are located At The rner Of Rome & "A" St. i '\ OVER PAlR SHOES NAME BRANDS NO SHOES IN STORE OVER FIVE DOLLARS /' ALL N 'EW MERCHANDISE SPIKES PUMPS DRESS SNEAKERS Grads Are Better Prepared Black colleges do a better job of motivating and prep ar. ing black stu dent s than in tegrated schools, according to a new s tudy. Students at black colle ges also gain more in.tellect ua lly than peers at integrated schools, s ays Jacqueline Flem ing, a New York City psycholo gist and adjunct pro fessor at Barnard College. During the past seve n years; Fleming studied 2,500 black and 500 white freshmen and seniors at 15 colleges in cluding Spelman College in Atlanta, Ohio State University in Columbus and the Universi ty of Houston. "Black co1lleges have so few resources, a lot of them have severe finapcial difficulties you don't find at white col. leges. But the interaction students and faculty the motivation for students achieve. "That motivation lasts lifetime and enables students to successfully compete in real world," Fleming says Her research s how s that many black students at mostly-white colleges feel alienated and can't develop mentor relationships with pro fessors. "The mentor relationship is one of the most import-ant things students get out of col lege,'' she says. Blacks at black college s also gained more confidence by their se nior year than blacks at integrated colleges, Fleming says. This increa se d co n fidence makes these students more eager to compete against whites in academics and the business world, she says. Legal Aspects And Issues In Nursing Hillsborough Community College is offering the course "Legal Aspects and Issues i n Nursing" which began February 18th. Classes meet from 6 to 8 p.m. eve ry Monday night through April 29th at Town & Country Hospital. The cost is $11 per person. This class is part of the con tinuing education courses available for those in the nurs ing field. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Willie J. Weems, intends to register the fictitious trade name, W. J. Kick's Men's Shoes A Etc. with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough County, florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: that the under signed intends to engage in the business of Selling Shoes at 814 E Henderson, Tampa, Florida. Dated this 13 day of February, 1985. WillieJ. Weems Sole Owner .... f{J" = ... = = s = a' ... CIJ =Q.' > = .C. .. .. = 0 :r ... o = flj

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&n 00 0'1 .... .... = u Cll: < ::; ;.. < Q ... Cll: til = Q -"0 -= Q = I c "CC = < = g 'i -= General Telephone To Begin General Telephone of Florida will collect Hill sbo rough Count y's new sales tax of 0 .25 percent from all affected custo m ers beginn ing with its March 4, 1985 bill ing cycle, Vice President Finance Robert A. Lindsay sa id. ''Customers we bill on or after March 4 will pay this next tax if it applie s to them," Lindsay said. All of Genera l Telephone's business c u stomers and some residence customers in Hill s borough County will be subject to the tax under the Hillsb Energy Items Available For Those Who Qualify If you qualify under the Community Services Block Grant Federal Poverty Income Guidelines of February 27, 1985 and you are without heat and/or blankets and/or cooling (fans) units, a limited number of the above men tioned items are available at your nearest Neighborhood Service Center. Priority will be given to those persons who are without any of the above and to those individuals who have a doc tor's statement indicating a medical need for heating or cooling. Other situations will also be given consideration A home visit will be made by a Community Worker to deter mine the severity of the problem. Further information may be obtained by calling 272-5074 or 272-5220 in Tampa, 64525&7 in Ruskin and 754-2621, ext. 209 in Plant City For any other information regarding press release call: Ken Nuznoff272-5074. Promoted Research To Marketing Manager .!a WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. in 1976 as brand research :::S -Daniel H. Murphy has been manager in marketing If promoted to group marketing research. He was named brand 1::::1 research manager, established manager, established brands i brands, in the marketing in 1980, and brand manager, research department of R. J. new brands in 1982. _;I Reynolds Tobacco Co A native of Baltimore, Md:, Prior to his promotion, he Murphy holds a B.S. degree m i was brand manager, new marketing and economics ;: brands. from the University of Penn-................ r;: Florida's Biggest RentTo-Own Festival BALLOONS POPCORN COKES 13 in .Color Portable 13 1st Week's Rent 19 in. Color Portable 19 1st Week's Rent 25 in. Color Portable 25 1st Week's Rent REGISTER TO WIN A 25 IN. COLORCONSOLE 2319 E. Hillsborough Ave. 238-6461 County Commission or dinance whkh establis h ed th e levy for two yea r s. Business custome r s will pay the tax on lo ca l service r ates, on ins tallation charges, on charges for telephone equip ment they rent or buy from General Telephone, and on long-distance charges for calls placed within the s tate R esidence customers will pay the tax if they rent e quip ment from General Telephone and the monthly charge f o r the rented equipment i s $2 or more. Residence custome r s must also pay the tax on in stallation charges. The tax i s not applied to amounts of less than $2 because of rounding. Lindsay said the levy will appear on telephone bills as "Hillsborough County Tax." The ordinance specifies an effective date of April l, 1985. However, the ordinance also requires utilities with advance billing procedures to start col lecting the tax with the first billing cycle which includes a period of time on or after April l. "In General Telephone's case, that is the March 4 bill ing cycle," Lindsay said. "We will stop collecting the tax after our March 1, 1987 billing cycle." GTE Phone Marts in Hillsborough County will col lect the tax on retail purchases from April l, 1985 to March 31, 1987. >) ALPHA OATH: Dillard University Vice President Charles C. Teamer, Sr., left, takes the oath of office as the 27th General President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. during the group's Leadership Forum, January 26, 1985 New Orleans Mayor (and former Alpha prexy) Ernest N. Moria!, right, administered the oath. Witnessing the oc casion are past Alpha Presidents James R. Williams, Ozell Sutton and Walter Washington (behind Moria!). Firm Develops Line Of Children's Apparel For Sears Sears Merchandise Group has reached an agreement with Gear, Inc. to have the design firm develop an exclusive line of children's apparel and ac cessories for the retailer. The collection, to be in troduced for Fall, 1985, will consist primarily of sport swear for infants, toddlers, boys and girls 4-6X, girls 7-14 and boys 8-20. Gear also will design shoes, as well as infant furniture, bedding and ac cessories. According to Vern L. 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I ... ... -= = < "CC .= rl.l -::= = =-= = = I = ... = COPING -By Dr. Charles W. Faulkner Questions About Se,x My recent columns on sex Dear Joan: : have struck a sensitive public Your library is full of perti nerve and have made many nent, helpful material. Also, people write letters to me who your physician can provide have never written anyone you with materials that are before.-Sinc.e_Qlany of the let-easy to understand and ters are informative and in-technically accurate. Sex dicate what others think about Education classes at accredited this popular but often hidden colleges will give you the infor topic, I have decided to share mation that you desire. some of them in my next two "Dear Dr. Faulkner: columns with you. My comI am incarcerated and have ments follow the letters. been locked away from society "Dear Dr. Faulkner: for almost five years. During I have read your column for that time I have been driven to years but I was shocked to find engage in sex acts with other you writing about sex. Do you inmates but I don't consider really think a newspaper is the myself to be any kind of proper place to write about homosexual. D6 you think I sex? Mrs. T., Sacramento." am? K. R., Folson." Dear Mrs. T: Dear K. R.: Name every human activity It is not possible for me to that you can think of. Now tell make a personal evaluation of me which one is participated in you without a counseling in by doctors, lawyers, young, terview.However, the designa old, rich, poor, black, white, tion of homosexual is not beautiful and not-so-necessarily attached to a per beautiful. It has to be sex. And son who, due to unusual cir it is rather shameful that we cumstances, is pressured to know so little about this most relieve pent-up sexual frustraimportant topic. The tions through incidental on newspaper provides informaconventional acts in the only tion about drugs, death and available circumstance. One's depression; and is the best sexual desires and involvement place for writing about sex. in normal circumstances The more informed we are, the usually determines how he is better we can understand and categorized. cope with the situation be it "Dear Dr_ Faulkner: employment, buying an Would you please recom automobile, family difficulties mend a Sex Therapy Clinic for or s ex. Perhaps one of the me and my husband? We are reasons for childhood having some of the kind s of pregnancy and venera! disease problems that you described in is a lack of knowledge. I want your article. He has difficulty to contribute to an improved reaching climax and, a s a society by writing about sex in result, he is afraid to have sex a decent, intelligent manner_ and I am becoming frigid. Read my columns, enjoy them Please help. Betty, and learn. Michigan_" "Dear Dr_ Faulkner: Dear Betty: My basic problem is finding Recommending a Sex out how to have sex and Therapy Clinic is quite risky satisfy my friend. How do I business because .of the fraud get info about techniques for and incompetence associated having sex? In other words, with many of them. Quackery what do I do when I engage in in the sex therapy business is intercourse? Joan, Portland, possible because no such counselor needs to obtain a MON. TUES. WED. ONLY All Curls ........................... $39.95 Retouch ............................... $17 Relaxer ............................ $22.50 Hair Coloring .......................... $15 Haircut & Style ..................... $10.50 Shampoo & 'Set. ......................... $8 Operators: NadJne. Annette &Ann How To Prep Drowsy Muscles For_ Action B. Stretch arms over head, as if pulling off the T -shirt. Reach toward ceiling, then slowly lower extended arms to sides. Repeat 8. CALF/THIGH TONER. Stand, back straight, feet under hips, hand on wall. Bend knees slightly, heels down Repeat. license Thus, anyone can put up a shingle and advertise himself/herself as an expert. A bad experience with a clinic can make the problem worse, cause you to lose confidence in therapy and drive you away from any effort to solve your problem. Here is my advice to you: Consult your physician who will diagnosis your pro blem and, because of his ex perience with similar pro blems, refer you to a capable, professional counselor; con sult your local medical services that can refer you to a competent counselor and direct you away from the phonies and, seek guidance from your church counselor who is likely to have counseled others with problems similar to your own. Many people have made fortunes from other people's problems and no amount of = Walk-.ina Welcome skepticism on your part is too z Open Monday-Saturday mhuch. Although legitimate sex >o.l t erapists can, indeed, help you, you would be wise to do ;< careful, tharough research in.... (rJ 1014 E. Cass 229-8324 to the credentials of anyone Facing The Teenage Problem BY KATHY EDWARDS i Alcohol And Your Unborn Baby When you're pregnant, your unborn child eats what you eat and drinks what you drink. A well balanced diet and regular prenatal check-ups are impor tant. If you are pregnant, you should be extremely careful of the drugs you take because some are known to cause birth defects. Today, one of society's most popular drugs has been added to the list, ALCOHOL. How does alcohol affect your unborn child? When you drink alcohol, it travels trough the baby's bloodstream in the same concentration as in yours. The baby feels the same effects of the alcohol as you. But unlike you, your child's tiny body can't burn up the alcohol. Too bad the baby can't say "no" when you drink. In the last several years, researchers have found distur bing news concerning the ef fects of drinking on the un born_ A study of a large num ber of children showed they were born with a definite pat tern of physical, mental and behavioral abnormalities known as the "Fetal Alcohol Syndrome" (FAS). What are the most common characteristics of the F AS? Low birth rate, small head size, mental retardation, learn ing problems, hyperactivity and malformations (face, heart, extremities). Not all children have the F AS, some may have one or two of the characteristics. These are called Fetal Alcohol Effects, and are common in our society than the FAS. How many children are af fected? F AS is a serious health problem which affects approximately one of every 750 babies born in the USA_ Even more are born with Fetal Alcohol Effects that may han dicap a productive life. F AS is the third most common type of birth defect associated with mental retar dation. With the increasing use of alcohol in our and by pregnant women, potential number of birth defects is alarming. However,' F AS is one birth defect that CAN BE prevented. How much is too much? No one know how much or how little : a woman may drink during pregnancy. It makes good sense to not drink at all during pregnancy. There is no risk of alcohol damaging your unborn child if you don't drink at all. Where can I get help? Alcoholism Council, Mental Health Agency, Alcoholics Anonymous Chapters, Women For Sobriety Group, or your doctor. Where can I get more formation? Your doctor, County Health Department, and Local Chapter of March of Dimes The above information from The March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation and the Division of Genetics. For questions or corr.ments contact: Kathy Edwards, c / o Independent COGIC, 3101 E. Lake Ave., Tpa, FL 33610. SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? 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ACROSS 1. __ Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan 4. Julian Bond is a __ Senator, Ga. 9. Capital of Senegal 14. __ Aldridge Theater, : Howard University '1s. "The __ ": 1983 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker: 2 wds. 17. "Oh, What a __ ": Marian Anderson autobiog. 19. "Every __ should be judged by the (best it can) produce ... ": J. W. Johnson 20. Day (WWII celebration): Abbr. 21. Samuel __ Pres., Liberia 22. Facial feature 23. Eye is on the Sparrow": Ethel Waters autobiog. 24. Site of La Scala Opera House 27 Far-aw ay planet 28. Window section 29. Lemon or orange drinks 30. Morse cod e item s 31. "Na tive __ : R Wrigh t 32. __ I n gram, "De La wd in "Green Pastures" 33 "Can't sa v e a dollar, ain't got a __ 34. Carl __ 1st B lack mayor, Clev e land, O hio 37. Ex -soldier's G o v. ag e n cy : Abbr. 38. __ Truth; sold into slavery at age 9 for $100. 40. Trade Mark: Abbr. 41. __ Gibson, Wimbledon champ 43. "Giovanni's __ ": Baldwin 44. Alpha __ Alpha Fraternity 45. Turf grass 46. Emulate a beaver 47. Billy __ of music 48. __ Univ., Raleigh, N.C. 50. __ Scott, slave revolt leader 51. __ Selassie, Ethiopian Emoeror. 1930-74 52 :"--Baby": Toni Morrison 53. "A partridge in a __ tree" 54. __ Gilliam, noted artist 55. Comoanion of "either" 56. Margaret __ 5 7. "Porgy __ ": 2 wd s. 61. Whitney Young directed this org 1961-71 : 2 wds 64. Hawaiian wreath 65 Cicely co-founder, "The Danc e T hea tre of Harlem 66. Gores 67. Sea: Fr. DOWN I. __ Brown of Football 2. Gold in Mexic o TAMPA PARK Plaza Pharmacy J497 N. Nebraska Ave. 224-9248 Full T i me Pharmacist LESTER HENDERSON A ssis tant MRS. GLADYS SALES Mon. Sat. 9 A.M. 9 P.M. Sun. 1:00 :00P.M. Other Services: Postage Stomps Workman's Compensation Weight Loss Program Available florida Sentinel Newspaper Tampa Tribune Newspaper Why Buy Outside of Your Communltyl 3. Asset for Quincy Jones 4. MLK, Jr. to MLK, Sr. S. "Every __ was a testimony against slavery": Frederick Douglass re slaves singing 6. Math. subject: Abbr. 7. "Dare __ be wise:" Horace 8. Mistakes for Vida Blue 9. "11 __ ,, Mussolini: ltal. 10. Right you __ ; 11. Mess Hall duty, for short 12. Dr. __ Poussaint 13. Della -_, of Detroit 16. Play for QB Doug Williams 18. Black dentist's groups: Abbr. 22. Slave revolt leader: 2 wds. 23. __ Aaron, all-time home-run champ 24. __ Collins, famous teache r 25 Perfec t 26. __ Barker (played "Tarzan" ) 27. Prefix with "tone" 28. "The Thankful ": Henry 0. Tanner painting 30. __ vu strangel y familiar: Fr. 31. Goblet part 33. S tud ent a t How ard U ni v e. g. 34. P hoe be __ ; sin ger 35. __ Waters, actre ss 36. Na t King Cole h it 38. ''Bubblin Brown Sugar", for one 39. Ease on Down th e __ ., ( "The Wiz") 42 Former Russian ruler 44 Hawa iian luau dish 46. Marks for 24 Across' students 47 Door part 48. Rather obese 49. Actor Belafonte SO. Business matter 51. Satan's home 53. State for Congressman William Gray: Abbr. 54. Treat with contempt : 56. __ Tse-Tung, former Chinese leader 57. __ Khan, Moslem ruler 58. Tree on Fisk's campus? 59."-How They Run": Dorothy Dandridge film 60. "To __ With Love" (Poitier film) 62. Degree before entering -Meharry: Abbr. 63. "Free-. Last": King TONY BROWN'S. JOURNAL PREVIEW -Thank God! Brings Good News "Rabbit in de briar patch/Squirrel in de tree/Wish I could go hun tin' /But I ain't free." Poetic satire was just one of a myriad of ways Africans expressed their feelings about slavery. The aforementioned piece of mmical orose was typical of a form developed around the mid-1800s which expressed the fears, burdens and frustrations of slaves. Later it developed into a musical phenomenon called the blues. As part of the continuing saga "Thank God!", a Black History Month Docu-Opera on the evolution of Black Music in the Black Church, TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL vividly captures the development of Black religious expression from early Africa to modern gospel. Seen on the nation's public television stations (PBS), TONY BROWN'S JOUR NAL is America's longestrunning and top-ranked Black-Affairs television series. It has been sponsored by Pepsi Cola Company for ten con secutive years and will be seen -:in this area on WEDU-3 at P.M. on Sunday, March 3 and on WUSF-16 Saturday 3P.M. According to Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker, author of two books on Black Sacred Music, development of the blues the result of a loss of faith among some Blacks. Dr. Walker traces the evolution religious and secular music with an ingenious creation called the "Music Tree", a diagramed prqgression of the evolution of the music Africans gave tp America. "Thank Cod!" also highlights the development of the music which means "good news." Gospel became the taproot of the Black Church experience during the first quarter of the -20th century. The granddaddy of this spirited religious musical ex pression is Thomas Dorsey, who shortly after the death of his wife and son, wrote the gospel classic ''Precious Lord." Dorsey's genius and gospel greats are immortalized by such legendary singers as James Cleveland. THE SAME BEAT According to Dr. W y att Tee Walker, author of The Soul of Black Worshi p and senior pastor at Canaan Baptist Church in Harlem, Black s who lost faith in God following the Civil War began to sang t he blues instead of spirituals. On the four-part Docu-Opera "Thank God!", which debuts on TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL in February, Dr. Walker explain s that "the same beat that Black folks dance to on Saturday night is the same beat they shout to on Sunday 'Hush ... Hush, Sweet Charlotte' At The Tampa Museum "/lush /lush, St' eet Charlotte", the m ystery horror talc of d ea th o n -the old plantation, will b e s hown on M a rch 6 at The Tampa Museum's Wednesda y Night Film Classics, beginning at 7 p.m. Bette Davis star s as th e (C) MCMLXXXIV Puzzle Syndicate All Rights Reserved (Answers On 21-B) southern belle who lives f o r 37 yea r s in a l o n e l y m a n s i o n tormente d b y ni g htn1 a ri s h memories of her fiance's murd er. Olivia de Havilland, Joseph Cotten, Agnes Morehead, Mary Astor and Bruc e Dern take part in thi s sca r y epic. For more informa tion; call 223-8130. 1 248-1921] -If = = I __ -= -= = flj =Cl. > = Cl. :::!. = 0 -=-Cl. -o = flj

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. Black Artists Scqre Higb < With Grammys Among the winners of the 27th annual Grammy awards: Record of the year: What's Love Got to Do With It, Tina Turner Album of the year: Can 'r Slow Down, Lionel Richie Song of the year: What's Love Go to Do With It (Tina Graham Lyle, Terry songwriters Best new artist: Cyndi Pop Female vocalist: Tina Turner, What's Love Got to Do With It Male vocalist: Phil ColGram my *Biggest Surprise: Lionel Richie winning best album for Can't Slow Down, possibly because of a vo ter split bet ween the two favorites, Purple Rain and Bruce Springsteen's Born in the U.S.A. *Big "Losers: Stevie Wonder, who won 15 Grammys during hi s career, 0-4 this year. Cyndi was nominated fivtJ mes but won only as best new *Posthumous Awards: Count Basie won for big band azz instrumental; Steve Goodman, for best country song, City of New Orleans. *Crossover: Scottish pop singer Sheena Easton won for Mexican-American per formance. And Spanish born opera s uperstar Placido Dom ingo won for best Latin pop performance. *One More Time: John won his 15th Grammy putting him in a tie with Wonder for fourth place on the all-time list for best in strumental composition for Olympic Fanfare and Theme. *Double Double: Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis won Grammys in the classical and jazz categories again this year. Hot House Flowers was t solo jazz instrumental; Handel, Purcell, Torelli, Fasch, Molter, the best classical, instrumental perfor mace by a soloi s t. BACKSTAGE NOTES *Sheena Easton, the Soct tish singer who won the Grammy for best MexicanAmerican performance "I worked for a long time to get this accent right. I don't think i t was but obviouslv it LIONEL RICHIE lins, Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now) Highlights was good enough.'' After her next album, she says, she'll do an all-Spanish album. Huey Lewis saying the best part of the Grammy s is hanging out, "being backstage and meeting people like David Lee Roth, Hank Williams Jr. and Tina Turner. It's a great party.'' Bailey saying he'll meet next week in Pari s with Phil Collins to either record an album of duets or have Collins produce his next so lo album. And he 's talking to Maurice White about reviving Earth, Wind and Fire for an album later this year. *Boy George heading for the men' s room with two women following him: He gallantly ushered them in. *Laurie AndersonUntil Grammy night, "I didn't know I belonged to this profession. Up until now my main profes sion was being a voyeur .'' *Dee Snyder of Twisted Sisters "This is the frist time a dirtbag has been on the Grammys. It's a big step for rock 'n' roll. They've never recognized heavy metal before." *Jeffrey Osborne saying he has been asked to sign again on the afternoon soap Santa Barbara. Osborne, who lost in two rhythm and blues categories back to back, said it was embarrassing: "The least they could have done is space them out." Chaka Khan, asked if Prince had ever said whether he liked her version of his song, I Feel for You "No, but it's OK. How could he not like it?" The song "is not musically my favorite. It didn't take a lot of thought, but it is the mo s t successful. Sometime s Jhe simplest things one doe s get the most notice." *Thomas Dolby, who lost out on a video award -"You dress up, get the limo, drive all the way to downtown L. A., and then they don't give you an award. What kind of party is that?" Duo or group: Pointer Sisters, Jump (for My Love) Instrumental: Ray Parker, Jr., Ghostbusters Rock Female vocalist: Tina Turner, Better Be Good to Me Male vocalist: Bruce Springsteen, Dancing in the Dark PRINCE ... wins three Grammys Duo or group: Prince and the Revolution, Purple Rain Instrumental: Yes, Cinema I Rhythm And Blues Female vocalist: Chaka Khan I Feel for Yol( Male vocalist: Bill y Ocean, Caribbean Queen Duo or group: Jame s In gram and Michael McDonald, Yah Mo B There Instrumental: Herbie Hancock, Sound -S ystem R&D song: I Feel jor You, Prince ( sung by Chaka Khan) Country Female vocalist: Em mylou Harris, In My Dreams Male vocalist: Merle Haggard, That's the Way Love Goes Duo or group: The Judds, Mama He's Crazy Instrumental: Ricky Skaggs, Wheel Hos s Country song: City Of New Orleans, Steve Goodman Jazz -*Vocal: Joe Williarns, Nothin' But the Blues *Instrumental solo: Wynton Marsai'ts, Hot House Flowers Gospel Female vocalist: Amy Grant, Angels Male vocalist: Michael Smith, Michael W. Smith Reggae Reggae recording: Anthem, Black Uhuru Classical Album: Amadeus (original track) Opera: C armen, Lorin Maazel conductor New composition: Antony and Cleopatra, Samuel Barber composer 1 248 .. 1921 e A wards Crown Tina's Comeback LOS ANGELES Tuesday mght, 46-year-old Tina Turner capped one of the most dramatic comebacks in rock history with three Grammys. She picked up awards for best rock performance by a female, best pop performance by a female and best record of the year. It has been a long, trying comeback trail. But --mostly it has been long. Since 1975, when she walk ed out on her ex-husband, Ike, and the musical combination that made her famous, she has been working against seemingly unbeatable odds to get her name back on the label of a hit record. As recently as last May she lamented to that s he'd been performing on "the circuit of dying stars But Tuesday night Tina Turner was back on top. After picking up h er award for the sultry What's l.ove Got to Do With u; Turner was backstage with tear s in h er eyes, say ing, "This is the greatest sing l e moment in my career .. It was totally unexpected. When you win against the people I won against (Bruce Springsteen, Cyndi Lauper), that's really winning." What's Love also picked up an award as song of the year for writers Graham Lyle and Terry Britten. Video Video album: Making Michael Jackson's Thriller, Michael Jackson MICHAEL JACKSON Sp ecial Categories *Original score album: Pur ple Rain, Prince, John L. TINA TURNER Turner said, "It wasn't my type of song. I didn't like it. It wasn't written for me. It's a bit odd, but that's what hit records are about." Turner was clearly the sen timental favorite The crowd s houted her name each time the contenders in a category in which she was nominated were announced. But th e greatest praise may have come from Lifetime Achievement Award winner Leonard Bernstein, who described great music as "when Tina Turner s ings ... anything -!" That affection for Turner among musician s i s nothing new. Her supporters among rock's legendar y performers have been building since 1960, when s he recorded her first hit with Ike, A Fool in l.ove, while still in her teens Nelson, Lisa and Wendy, songwriters Producer of the year: David Foster; Lionel and James Anthony Car michael Comedy recording: Eat It, Weird AI Yankovic Spoken word or nonmusical recording: Ben Kingsley, The Words o( Gandhi *Instrumental composition (tie) John Williams, Fanfare and Theme; Randy Newman, The N atural *Cast show album: Sundar in the Park With George, Thomas Z. Shepard, produce and Stephen Sonnheim, com poser and lyrcist ,.... __ SENTINEL'S TOP 10 ALBUMS* 1. New Edithm .......... -........... .... New Edition 2. Solid ............................ Ashford & Simpson 3. The Women In Red .................... S tevie Wonder 4. Suddenly ............................... Billy Ocean 5. Planetary Invasion ..................... Midnight Star 6. Purple Rain ................................. Prince 7. 20/20. ............................ George Benson 8. Gap Band VI. ....................... The Gap Band 9. Emergency ....................... K ool & The Gang 10. Eu_gene Wilde ............... Eugene Wilde

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Luther Vandross Comes Home' 'l)ouble Trouble' Star Keeps Kids Out Of Trouble NEW YORK Billboard's Nelson George calls him "perhaps the preeminent singer in black music today." In the Los Angeles Times, Robert Hillburn praises his "elegant, bright and sensual music." They're talking about LUTHER VANDROSS, the multi-platinum singer/songwriter/producer whose fourth Epic album, THE NIGHT I FELL I N LOVE, is scheduled for release on March 14, 1985. The new album is preceded by a single, 'Til My Bab y Comes Home, now available in seven-and twelve-inch for mats. The latter contains both album-length and dance-mix versions of the song, timed at 5:30 and 7:37 respectively Billy Preston contribute s a stirring organ solo to this propulsive track, which was produced by LUTHER V ANDROSS and Marcus Miller. This summer the singer will embark on a major national tour. ORDER NOW! Limited Edition Lithographs (22x30) 510 Portraits Graphic Designs Illustrations Call: RON WATSON Commercial Artist 875-3409 Michael Robert s, co-star of NBC's prime time series "Oouble Trouble, recently received a proclamation from Mayor Tom Bradley of Los Angeles for his wor.k as a celebrity helping young people get off drugs. Roberts, be st known for his continuing role as Rooster on the popular lon g running T.V series Baretta, is now playing Mr. Arrechia on the "Double Trouble" series. In addition to his many credits as a TV and film actor, Roberts has spent 8 years leadin g a campaign against drug abuse called Right Track. Roberts was cited by Bradley, joining with Coun cilwoman Pat Russell, on behalf of L.A.'s citizens, for his "outstanding contribu tions to the community and the city 'in promoting and encouraging youth to re s ist drugs." MICHAEL ROBERTS 'black pit of oblivion' called drug prestige. ('We're all cool and later at the California In stitute of the Arts and the School of Performing Arts in San Die go, and with instruc tors Jeff Corey and Manu Tupo. He made his feature film debut in "Heartbreakers" and starred in "Ice Pirates" for which he was nominated for the 1984 NAACP Black Award as best s uppprting actor. has'' guest starred in episodes of 'Jigsaw John," "Medical Center," "The Hulk," "B.J. ahd the Bear," and has had thf rare opportunity of working with Richard Burton in an episode of "The Fall (Juy." becau se we're getting our f heads smashed.') Hi s versatility as an actor = DIANETICS woke me up to and refusal to be type-cast, 5' this fact," Roberts said. With playing such diverse roles as the help of DIANETICS, the street-smart Rooster and Michael is continuing to the impeccable Professor ArE. achieve his goals as a perrechia, is matched only by his ;" former and contributing to his genuine concern to provide $' community. role models for today's young Michael studied drama in people, and to enable them to = _h_i_gh __ __ Busy Bill Plans 2 a To His 'Cosby' Right Track's unique ap proach is to use "celebrity pressure" to encourage youth to resist the "peer pressure" to take drug s, and to furnish re s ponsible, ethical, s ucce ssful role model s for them to relate and emulate. Right Track with Michael as Chairman of\.. Bill TV's reigning the Board ha s recruited IS developmg two many celebrities who agree situation comedies for NBC talking stages and will soon begin production. The Horne project is still in the negotia tion phase, although a Cosby spokesman confirms that the singer is excited about the pro spect and "things are moving along really well." with Michael's anti-drug one starring singer Lena sta nd. The Right Track pro-Horne that could spin off gram provides these celebrities from The Cosby Show. as guest speakers at schools One of the shows, starring and offers kids help in comTony is be yond the municating their feelings and problems to parents and teachers, rather than withdrawing through drugs Michael himself is one of those role models He admits that he himself was a drug user in the 60's. Then he found out about Dianetics, the self-help technology developed by L. Ron Hubbard, and the classic bestseller OIANETICS: THE MOOERN SCIENCE OF MENTAl. HEAI.TH. "With the assistance :of BILL COSBY Meanwhile, Embassy Television may be tempted to accept Cosby's offer to help develop Full House a sitcom for ABC about three ge nera tions of a black family living under the same roof. Cosby made that generous offer a couple months ago, when Full House was announced. Full House rushed into production after the Cosby success on NBC has gone back to the drawing boards Cast changes will be made and scripts are being rewritten. DIANETICS, I was able to see clearly for the first time in my life exactly what drugs had done to my life. This made it possible for me to inaugurate a ANSWERS TO CROSSWORD PUZZLE program which prevents o thers from falling into the Backstage At The Cotton Club Backstage at The Cotton Club explores the black themes in Francis Ford pola's new film, "The Cotton Club" with the black stars of that film: Gregory Hines, Maurice Hines and Lonette McKee. Coppola's film recreates the famous Harlem nightclub where the blacks were the stars on-st age, but only whites were in the au dience. The program airs Fri day, March 1 at 10:30 p.m. on 3. : lo'!j .. = Q =-

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TV GUIDE AY .... March 1 1985 t (ABC I Good Morning fr ends Star Fat Albert Trek ., ,., Partrodge --.. Groat Space Flrriily Coaster 900 lTV More Real Donahue Tic Tac AndTt C?,onahue Big 15 Protrams People Gri fith yalloy 30 Elac r i c Anyt ing For Dick Van 45 Company Money Dlko 1 000 lTV Lot's Mako Sally Jessy $25,000 :r 13awhide Jim Waltons 15 ProgramA Deal Raphael r.y:amid rs !r'ing Salo Of The J or's Century ope Wild 1 1 00" Wheal Of Littto Price Is Wild, Trivia Rituals 15 Fortuna House !fight Wild Trap 30 On The west Family Divorce 45 Prairie Foud Court 200" Nows -Pulse 1 Love ':fcan's !?,alias 15 Plus! Lucl ope 30 Allin The &;;oving Move: &;;oving 45 Family "YOUn!!or 1 00 Days Of Younl And !lrothars" All, Movie: 15 !?ur Lives ron !h osttess ron ":lfMall 30 rey" 45 200" AnotiMr One Lifo As The Til reo One Lifo 15 !!"rid To Live Werld !OLivo 30 Turns 45 3 00 Eloctric Santa Gonoral Guiding ':;Troop Gonoral J;!oathcliH 15 Company Barbara !;fOSPital !;-ight ttospital 30 3-2-1 Flintstonos 45 Contact 4 00 Sosamo Barnaby non Hour Ho-Man Hour SCooby 15 Streot Jones !)Aagazino !)Aagazino Doo 30 Inspector '!Oitron 45 Gad!!ot 500 Mister M.A.S.H Poll co 11!-Witchod Tic Tac Dukes Of 15 Rogers Woman Dough !;fauard 30 Government Taxi Threos BovoriTi News 45 .Porspactivos Company Hillbil los 6 00 Government News litws -DtWront '!!ws WKRPin 15 Perspectives Strokes Clncinna.ti 30 Business NBC Nows News Good Times 700 MacNeil Family WheoiOf Nows !-nMn Lovo 15 Lehrer Feud Fortuna !IN' 30 Nowshour Sale Of People's EnterCarol Til reo's 45 Tho Century Court tainmont Burnett COinj!!lll 8 00 Washington NBC Movie: 11!-nSOII CBS Movie : J5k I!HSOn TeoCioso 15 Weak "Timo "Tho For Comfor1 30 Wail Street Bomb" Wizard l!nachack 45 Weok OfOz" 900 Groat Streot Mavir. stroet 15 Performances !;fawk "Bell, !;lawk 30 "KoY,aanisBook And 45 Candle" l 000" Miami Matt Dallas Matt 15 Vi co Houston ttouston 30 At Tho 45 Cotton Club l 1 oo Colorsounds Nows Odd '!ws Steve 15 coucl Spurr lor 30 Latonight '!,Onight ABC News Danca Move: ABC Nows T.V. 45 America Ni!!htline Fever "Crash Nl!!htllno 12g:: Bizarre CBS Movie !;-andlng" Rocks 44 Friday ABC Rocks !f-P.M. Night Videos SATURDAY broaclcast claytime March 2, 1985 ,,'>.: 'J' WEO\J --IOi"\ WXFL (P,BS) I..!V (N8() liJ' WTVT @WFTS (-1 IAIICI (g}WTOG ,_. Panorama Cont'd Medical Tom And Viewpoint Jerry 7-. 003015 --Kids Villa 45 Inc. Allegro Breath Incredible Of Lifo Hulk J5aleidoscope ;; SuperHeathcliff froends SuperVoltron f roends Buck 8 Snorks s:!l!s __ ____ __ 9 00 Magic Of Smurts Mighty Muppet Wrestling 15 Watercolor Orbots Babots 30 Gourmet Turbo Dungeons 45 Cookin!! Teen And Dra11ons 0 00 Mr. Groan Dragon's Bugs Bunny Movie : 15 Thumb Lair !foad Runner 'G'Ful1_y1i0n,g1ne" 30 Paintinjl Alvin & The Scooby Doo II 45 Coramocs Chipmunks Mysteries 1 11 00 Oil Kldd Scary Scooby 15 Painting Video Funnies 30 Joy Of Mr T Littles 45 Painting Pryor's Place 1 2 00 New York's 15 Master Chefs 30 Can-Do 45 Clinic 1 00 Frugal 15 Gourmet 30 This Old 45 House 2 00 House For 15 All Seasons 30 Lap 45 Quilting Tarzan Movie: ;,1lvanhoe" ABC Weekend Laverne & Shirley Movie : "The Other" 15 Line Smith 5125,000 3 00 Pet Action Alias BowUng 30 Now Tech And Lite Boor College Daniel Basketball Louisville At Memphis Movie: State "Assault On r,recinct 13" College Movie : "Aces Turbo !logers Teen Dragon's Lair Scooby Doo Leave It Mlsteries To Beaver Scary Scooby Star Funnies Trek l;,ittles ABC 44 Weekend R.P.M American Bandstand Movie: 11T he Match Bau Killing Of Fishing Outpost Wild Kingdom To Be Announced S125 Lite Beer Open Kung Wide r,u World Of SJ:orts .. turday ______ 4 00 Man Of Skiing 15 Letters Worlil rs :: 9up Of 600 Austin 15 City 30 Limits 45 .. 700 Health 15 Matters 30 Newton's 45 Apple 800 Doctor 15 Who 30 45 900" 15 30 Doctor 45 Wha 1000" 15 30 H 45 H '11 00 SliNk 15 Previews 30Ci-45 Sllewcaso Rich And Famous Diff'ront Strokes Double Trouble GimmeA Break GlmmoA Broall l!errengar's News WheoiOf Fortuna Hollywood Close-Up T J. !;lOOk or Love !loat Finder Of Lost !;-vos Mevlo: "Alvin Blue Black Sheop News Dance College Fever Basketball Bonny Sunbolt Hill Somi C?,fberworld Finals Airwolf Collage Basketball Sunbelt SemiUp !IIIIIs Movie: '!ws "Aiio11 Entertai11moa CentamTIIIs weak inltien" News News Lawrence !!"lk T.J. Hooker Love Boat Finder Of1.ost News AIK llowl Mevir. "Tllo !fMiio" ------------------------. At The Movies Puttln' On Tho Hits Solid Gold "" Haw Country Music Nasbvillo Music News F,cus .I 44 Tales From Darblde Solid Geld YOUR -IC HOROSCOPE CIO
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