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Young Tampan Visits Africa (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) Sick Bank Rules Challenged Sentinel Advertisers Invite You VOL. 40 NO. 31 + ) / I \ FLORIDA entinel : .. 1 I \ ., r r AMERICA'S FOREMd,Sf SEMI-WEEKLY ...... '-110 000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday TAMP A, FLQRIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1985 (SEE STORY ON PAGEl) 25 And Worth More PRICE 25 CENTS Game Announcer Finds Job A 'Thrill' (SEE STORYON PAG E 16) County's Crime Risk Drops (SEE STORY ON PAGE 13) MEMBERS OF GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH ASSEMBLE TO REDEDICATE EDIFICE In a service of praise and thanksgiving on March 10, the members of Grace Mary Missionary Baptist Church were joined by many friends for the rededication of their edifice. The church is located at 3901 37th Street. The remodeling was begun in 1983. Elder Thomas J. Reed is the pastor. The a5sistant pastor is Elder Willis Crum. There are three associate ministers, Elder Marvin Hines, Elder Jeffery Singletary and Elder Victor Mack. Th ose par ticipating in the services were, left to right, Elder Jeffery Singletary, Dr. C. C. Carlman, Elder Thomas J. Reed, Eldel' Eddie Newkirk, pastor of St. John's Baptist Church, who was the speaker, and Elder Willis Crum.

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Tamp an Soccer Selected To American Ambassadors Team BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor ICFC025588 "It's Home Improvement Time Again" Sewer Replacement Sewer Cl-nlng Fqucet Leaks Water Heaters Sinks F AMU Presidential Candidates To Interviewed In Tampa Walker, dean of FAMU's Col lege of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. The candidates willbe v iewed by BOR committee members in.Tamp on March 20, a decision on the new president is' expected at the Regents' meeting, also in Tampa, on March 29 Selection Committee Chair man Scruggs expressed proval at the progress the two committees have made in the lengthy and complex search, which began late in August, 1984 ERA Thomas C. Hills Construction And Real Estate Tired Of Paying Rent? Now's The Time To Buy A New Home. Let Our Professionals Show You How Easy It Is To Turn This Year's Income Ta x Return Into A Dream Come True; A New For Example: Our 1040 Model .. 3 BR's, Separate Rm., Bar, Central A/C, WIW Carpe .t. P/1 Payments Star ting As Low As$a80/Per Month. : -. RT-7 Model 2 Bedroom Homes P /I Payment As Low As $339/Per Month. Selected Lot Included. Minimum 5% Down Payment. For More Information Call: 621-2021 Our Professionals Are Waiting for Your Call

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Young TampanGets Chance Coordinators Urge Organizations To Participate In King Sentinel Managing but now I'm all excited and With just a few days re-BY GWEN HAYES ready to he saiCl as he maining before the March 27 Sentinei Managing Editor Corporate Business; For some reason, Michael Leon Newsome has always wanted to visit Africa. One of the reason _is because of the media hype abo11t conditions MICHAEL NEWSOME in the country. "I'd like to see Africa, the life in Africa, and see the cultural side because l' know there has to be one,''' the 26-year-old Tampa native says. "The only thing we see through the media is huQger and starvation and I know; there has to be more,' he adds. Newsome, an aspiring engineering student presently on an educational leave, will have the opportunity to visit Africa when he ieaves within tile next couple of weeks on a job assignment with the RCA Corportion out ofPatrick Air Force Base. Newsome is a teleQ{atry with the and 1 that deals with the communications a&pect with regards to space shuttle mission. His stay in Africa will be 1-3 1 years. Prior to his position with RCA, Newsome was with the Harris Corp. for four years as an analog and digital tectinician. He also worked cl, osely with the space shuttle. At first, Newsome said he a bit apprehel)sive about trip to Africa "mainly prepares to get his passport ,deadline to register as a par and immunizations. ticipant in the 1985 Dr. Martin A '75 graduate Of King High Luther King Brotherhood School, and a graduate of Parade, coordinators of the crampa technical" Irtstitute, parade _,__ Burnis Kilpatrick, Newsome is pleased with the Sam Ca-nnon and Earl success he has in the Haugabook ..:.:.. are urging all electronics field. His goalis to church groups, fraterllal and continue studying tewaids A soCial groups, and individuals degree in to get involved : "Engineering is a stepping Th' d 'th th stone for a with ,lar.ge. IS year s para e, WI e .. ) theme "Dreams of the corporations," he says _o,f t t "th th f l d .. 1 t Dreamer, w11l be held on m eres w1 e 1e d 1 6 Th d k 1 d t Satur ay, Apn e para e rna es me_ lee goo o_ see so committee meets each Thurs. maP: young blacks takmg ad,, d t 7 t th vantage of the-e'rectronics Tar,. ev,epiUngba Lp. m. a de amp a r an eague an field. It's area where you get your money's wo_rth." The youngest of fours sons special people _two daughters, Brandi Myreile and Marlena Tramaine, and Alice Newsome. lN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File Number of joe and Alma Newsome, Newsome says he owes the en couragement to advanc ed education to his father, a former serviCeman. ed all of us to go to school and do something positive with our lives." His brother, Carl, is in the Air Force stationed in Division B Korea; Joe, Jr., is with the Sheriff's Dept., and brother, Clyde Bouler is a minister pastoring the Living Word Christian Center. Newsome offered a bit of advice to younger persons who are in school, or those who may have dropped out. "It may be hard; but it's better to stick it out and study hard. The knowledge : you obtain in school is a definite asset when you get out into the world. It is to your advantage to get the most out of education." When he finds the time Newsome enjoys painting as an artist, and music (he's a bass guitar player). He's a member of Mt. Olive M. B. Church. Whin he leaves for Africa later this month, Newsome will leave behind some very IN RE: EST ATE OF LEULA KING Deceased NOTiCE OF ADMINISTRATION The administration of the estate of Leula King, deceased, File Number 84, 732B, is pending hi the Circuit Court for Hillsborough Coun. ty, Florida, Probate Division, the atldress of which is 419 Pierce Street, P.O. Box 1110, Tampa, Florida 33602 The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. Sentinel Price _To Increase April 2nd All interested persons are required io file with this court, WiTHIN THREE MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims again st the estate and (2) any objec tion by an interested person to whom this notice was mailed: that challenges the validity of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative,. venue, or jurisdiction of the court. The cost of the Sentinel Bulletin will increase begin ning April 2nd from 25 cents to 35 cents per copy. The price increase is the first in six years, and was caused by continued increases in the costs of newsprint and labor durin_g the past six years. Hundreds of agents and newsstands who handle our newspaper will share the price increase. They will receive 5 cents of the increase per copy, and the Sen tinel the other 5 cen ts .. Publisher. -----=-=--========:; lncome Taxes HOWARD Certified Public Accountant Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8 AM-6 PM Individual And Business Taxes Accounting Services 61!2 Yrs. Work Experience With IRS 1936 f. Hillsborough Ave. (Tompo} 237 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Publication of NJ)tice has begun on March 8, 1985. Personal Representative: ROOSEVELT JONES, SR. 201222nd Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 Attorney for Pe r sonal Representative: f. CARLTON RICHARDSON, ESQ. The Richardson Law Offices 2310 N. Nebraska Avenue, Unit #1 Tampa, FL 33602 Telephone: (813) 223-7075 Need Advice Or Someone To Talk To? ". those who have not signed up are urged to do so by attending the meetings or .contacting one <5f the coordinators. / The committee has received the commitment of four baods from Orlando to participate, jugglers, stilt walkers, clowris and several children and youth groups as new attractions for this year. Other parade coordinators are: Henrietta Johnson, Ann Scott and Viviall Lewis, Youth King and Queen coronation; 'Dorothye Reed, Youth Groups;. Eugene Jackson, Family Fun Festival Archie and Vernon Myrick ; Riverfront Park activities; Henry Carley, Hillsborough Community College; Georgia Owens Eas tern Stars; Ralph Mullins, Transportation; Lou Henry Davis. Day Car Centers; Wimberly and Aluimes. e Brodie, kindergartens; Ann San ... White, Shidey Shipp, .. -'WaiJcer, and--Carolyn Taylor, King and Queen Coronation; John Streater, union organiza tions; Catherine Sims, banks; Robin Jones, Pepin Disrribmors; FreddieJ Ctisseauxl Car Thomspon, scouting orgahiza tions; Sam Cannon, "fraternal organizations and Masonic groups; and Richiedeen Padgett and Belle Haugabook, church groups Also, Erriest Butler, Univer sal M asonic groups; Sallye, Pepin Distributors Carolyn Reed, MacDill AFB; Willie J. Stokes, USF organizations; and Publi c Relations, Tarjar Muhammad and Amos For additional information, contact Ms. Scott a_t 685-8143; Ms. Johnsqn at 626-3606; Mrs. Cusseaux at' 223-2030. SEWING CLASSES The Fair Oaks CommJJnity Center located at 5109 34th Street is providing a :Sewing smokey the Bear, Miss class for adults on Mo Piggy and a petting zoo will be and Thursday nights at 7: among the featured attractions P.M. For more informat' on Saturday, March 23, when c 'all 238-1654. Sewin Hill.sborough Community. machines and expert ins College hosts its Annual Famition are provided, free o ly Fun Festival at the Dale charge. free and the whole family is in-2 4 8 1 9 2 1 Mabr y Campus. The event is' ----] vited to attend. The fu_ n begins at 9:30 a.m. and will continue until 1 p.m. in the Dale Mabry Sports Complex/Gymnasium. Additional activities will in clude a safety school, the chance to get a close-up look at a fire engine and a visit with Officer Friendly For more information, con tact Dr. Alma Hires at the Dale Mabry Campus, 879-7222, ext. .354. To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial 24.-2825 or 248-3033 -EMPIRE PAI -NTS Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA; 241-2301-2473719 KEYS MADE 39 Up -------------------PAINT LATEX .... $2.79 OUTSIDE WHITE. $6.49 ROLLER PAN SET. ............ $1.49 Ea. 3" BRUSHES ................... 49 Ea. SALE PRICES GOOD WITH THIS AD ONL YUU

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. c = < ........ FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN : USPS 202 140 t Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Bulletin t ; Publishi.ng Co., 2207 21 sl Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 t Moil all Correspondence To: P. 0. Box 3363, Tampa, Fl. 33601 Member of notional Newspaper Publishers Assciotion (NNPA). and Am-algamated Publishers, Inc., New CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS 19011977 Founder C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. President and Publisher SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS General Manager GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Society Editor BETTY DAWKINS General Advertising Director ALBERT L. LEE Promotions Director CAMILLE WILLIAMS Office Manager. SIMON JOHNSON AVELINO CASELLA$ RAMOS Production Directors Second Closs Postage Paid At Tampa, Florida SUBSCRIPTION RATES $13-Per Year One Edition $22-Per Year Both Editions. t PHONE: 248-1921 t. ..... TV Is Harming Children Children younger than 13 spend more time watching TV than they spend in schooL This is the fin ding of a task force of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The group also found that continued TV viewing can: promote violence in youths; create obesity and poor health since so many of t he com mercialS are about junk food and since the kids usually eat snacks while they are watching; invite the use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs since inany of the small screen heroes that youngsters idolize use the substances in TV shows; and lead to unwanted pregnancies in real life for children who try to ,emulate actors' and actresses' casual sexual relationships. The task force made several recommendations on how parents could reduce the negative effects of TV. suggested that parents should: limit their own TV watching as an example for their children; plan, : limit and monitor their children's viewing of TV; discuss the violence with their youngsters after see ing it in a particular show in -order to put the violence in a proper perspective and not use TV watching as a reward or punishment since this will make it seem more important than.it really is to the children. : These findings and recommendations are tremen dously important to children in general but especialLy to Black children because life in the United States is more difficult for them. If they waste precious time in excessive TV watching as opposed to using it to develop their minds, it could throw the m so far behind in life that they may never be able to with others in society for future jobs, college scholarships, business ownership or other positive .. ._, .... It's fright-ening enough that racism and the press tires if poses :ca' n hurt our children. But it is _tru:ly tragic if we let a negative habit like excessive TV watching damage our kids as bad as or worse than discrimination can do. NAACP Chapter Threatens Boycott ANGELES -The local NAACP chapter has threatened to organize a boycott of some _pf thestate's financial institutions if they do not end alleged discrimination against minorities. Los Angeles NAACP President Raymond Johnson said a preliminary in shOWJ doe by failing to promote minorities and making it more difficult for them to obtain loans. He also wants the banks to withdraw their financial support from South Africa because of that nation's prac. tice of apartheid. The banks also allegedly fail to hire outside black and minority professionals. such as lawyers Harvey-Chavez Exchange Healthy HELEN CHAVEZ Last week's verbal exchange between Black City Councilman Peri'y C. Harvey, Jr. and Councilwoman Helen Chavez was perhaps the most constructive deliberation ever to take place in the history of that body, where Black in terests are concerned. The brief debate had to do with a most critical problem faci'ng tpe Black community the positive imaging for uplifting its youth. While we may not always agree with Mrs. Chavez, it can William Raspberry j Parenthood Has I Become Very Difficult PERRY C. HARVEY! JR. not be denied that she made some constructive remarks surrounding the responsibility of Black leadership in project big positive role models for Black youths. Chavez ad that Black leaders must be come more active and visible in relating as models to Black youth. The outspoken councilwoman is quoted as remarking: "The only pek:now: n'&w. serious 1 risk .of ruining them. Black institutions developed to They learned it from their Still; those of. us who were impact favorably upon those parents. Our parents raised brought up ,in values-oriented young Blacks in the streets their families, aS:'th' eir c own two--parent families learned who. need it most. This parents l ih stnalt towns enough .that we are generally problem, like most issues in (or in self-contained able to wor.kout rules that the Black community, is neighborhoods, ihe big-city make sense. ,, rooted in the ultimate dilemcounterpart of small towns), We are the lucky ones. PBS ma; lack of economic and in circ timstances that rendered recently provided a look at the political power among the harsh economic limits a unlucky other half: a special Black population of Tampa, fact of life. The on battered children, with acas a whole. lessons they learned from their tual footage of child-abuse One wonders, do members own parents stood them in caseworkers as 1 hey made their of the white establishment, good stead, and, as arule, rounds in an attempt to rescue those in the political and they did very well with us. children who had been brutalbusiness community, com-But we,' my friends and I, ly abused --.: physically and prebend the psychological are for the most part firstpsychically by their confused damage being done to young generation middle-class, and parents. Black minds and personalities the lessons we learned from Perhaps the most poignant when thev see Black power cut OUT non-middle-clan (Continued 011 (Continued On 11) : ...

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, ; [MY MJ Black Leaders Must Pursue Critical Issues Ladies: Let Us Accentuate Our Positives Well now, it seems that from some of us paying attenmore (now) to the women that we all are, what from the attention and response to the woman's (women's?) move ment and everything, we can start to develop the full defini tion of what the woman in us really is and get about the business of being and ex hibiting the fine species of of Eve that we Of course, her too. Afterall, she was created from Adam. Just a' littie humor, men. Then again, maybe not. Anyway, throughout our commentaries we have paid at tention to us. Women, that is. We have spoken of our feel ings, our children, the men in our lives (or was that the life of our men), our careers, our health, our religion. A lot. The point of the matter is we are all sisters. So, ladies, let's have a little poise and grace. We could help each other. We need to help each other. We could ''open our. noses and HER VIEW Racism In Basketball Hurts The Athletes Personally, sometimes one can easily feel like the lone "David" possessing the courage to take on the "Goliaths" which render destruction upon the Black community in Tampa. Such stands out most where critical issues affecting our children are concerned. From the crip pling problems confr.onting our children in school, to the recent revelatiol!s surrounding the death of six Black children in last summer's house fire, it appears as if Rudolph Harris has been that lone voice crying smell _the roses" because a rose out in the wilderness. In any of is trulsr a rose and its smell is as life's battles, a one man army bea:Utiful as the love and unity can't last long. No one should that dwells within us. have to stand alone fighting Sisterhood ain't only global such community battles. ; it is. to be found Take the issue surrounding when and where each of us alleged discrimination against realize that we collectively Blacks at the downtown Lon need to l'ook at ourselves in-don Victory Club. While such dividually, inside and outside, iissues should always be dealt to know the truth. And that with, leadership in the Black ladies, is we don't accommunity must not allow centuate our positives. We are self to be manipulated away beautiful. We are feminine. from other issues which are Yes, wearestrong. But, weare more important. weak, too (there is a time a Simultaneously, the night place). We are charming. we. spot alleged discrimination hit are poised: We are full of the headlines soon after, in grace. We don't need to shout. reality, as the mayor's report We know we're the boss. was released on the in That's there are so many vestigation of the Thomas In 1974, basketball teams of us. Real humor this time, house fire : The major media that were all black and coachmen. led Black leadership down the by IJlen who were black Besides; if we don't hurry wrong by playing up the the lA, 2A; 3A and 4A up and do something, we wrong Soon basketball champion might lose th_e most importanl 0 to a_ppear m ships. It WaS a impressive friend we could ever have in maJOr pnnt dehberatmg on the Ocurreilce. But in 1974, I said our entire lives. night spot issue. Through that black people may as well may not have been as obvious we need to show the men Black leadership, the issue rejoice and enjoy the event, to some as it was to others, our lives and sometimes those went before the Tampa City because it would not happen because it was usually done in around us, too, that get a The legislature got .in again in the histqry of the a very subtle way. In some lot more than what they acas State Representative world. To this date, it has not the officiatiJlg was blatually see and bargain for. If Jam H.argrett, Jr. happened. tant in nature. you haveri't guessed it by now, action. the wh.le In fact, since 1974, it has The favorite tnck of those the most important friend in whate lea?ershap bel? been extremely difficult for an officials who appear to be any or our lives is God. For that fire _mall-black basketball team anti-all-black was to put the sure, there is goodness and vestagahon action coached by a black to win a star basketball p hiyer on the God in all of us. Peace Be Unwould prove sa!sfactory .. state tournament in any diviteam in foul trouble, and there to You The Sentmel. sion. To my recollection, only by limit his effectiveness. A seBulletin, in the meantime, three times has such a team cond thing that happens is a best team in the tournament, carried. several stories pulled off that trick since -series of rule violations that yet neither team won and surrounding the Thomas fire 1974, and no team has done it cost a basket and or the ball. neither team given the analysis. The only response in 4A. The reason why it is so Three second lane violations benefit of the doubt by of-from noted Black difficult for all black basket-or traveling calls have also ficials. I must say, that in my organizational leadership was ball teams coached by a black proven to be ihe killer calls opinion, the officiating was a brief comment here and to win at the state level has most often used. much better at the 1985 state there. White leadership could been the very obvious preDiscrimantory officiating tournament. breathe a sigh of relief. The judices that have been shown has a tendency to demoralize Even though the officiating issue is dead, pr it has been by officials at the state level. the players and cause them to was better, it was not without successfully covered up by Miami Carol City broke give up. In every basketball signs of racism. In a contest lack of Black leadership ac that precedent by winning th e game, there must be a winner between all-black Sarasota tion. l9854A championship with an and a loser, but the outcome Booker and all-white Ft. It is extremely dangerous all black cast. Prior to Carol of the game should be decided Lauderdale Westminister, when one has to stand vir City's I had begun to by the players a nd coaches and signs of raeism raised its ugly tually alone. But history has believe that there was an unnot dictated bY the prejudkial head 0 Booker won the chambeen a weH taught lesson and written law than an all-black whims of those men given the pionship, but not without' Almighty God is our sacred coached by a white, dr' authority to officiate the some anxious moments. judge, that if a people will n 'ot unless a spirit of .. n,,or .. o"'"'" leadership is demonstrated Black leadership in the Tam community, role modeling Black youth will offer no than a Black populated plantation of old. seeking overseer status via master's favor. A brief review of Black leadership is well documented. The N .A.A.C.P. leadership not become involved in single-member district issu until long after the Willie Carl Warren suit was filed. Only when many of us finally rammed the issue down the establishment's throat did traditional Black leadership become involved. It was but for the leadership of the late Matthew Gregory, a former local president of the N.A.A.C.P. did we bring con structive pressure to bear on the problem of disproportionate suspension and ex pulsion of Black students here in Hillsborough County. When Mr. Gregory resigned after giving so much of his life to the cause, the organizatron's succeeding leadership toned the N .A.A.C.P. 's involvement down. When ten Biack studen ts and their parents challenged the Florida Functional Literacy Test and sought in volvement from the Tampa Branch of N.A.A.C.P., t .. ey were turned down. Attorney Steve Hanlon, a white lawyer then with the federally finan ced local legal service, had to fight their battle. Again proper Black leadership role modeling was lost. Black leadership here in Tampa must move beyond its selfish, non-risk cowardly posture and demonstrate to Black youngsters that which the late Dr. Martin Luther King epitimized: 'The ultimate measure ofa man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and con venience, but where he stands at times of challenge and con troversy. The true neighbor will risk his position, his prestige, and even his life for; the welfare of others. In dangerous valleys and hazar dous pathways, he will lift some bruised and beaten brother to a higher and more noble life." an irtegrated team coached by game. In the half alone, ofstand up for its children, in ... a black or an all-white team It had become the common ficials whistled :15 violations reality, they don't stand for were the only ones that would practice of veteran tournaand 8 fouls against Booker, anything. be allowed to win at any level ment observers to bet that any while the numbers were 3 and .. And_/ don't mind. Like anybody, I would like to live a long life; longevity has its place. But I'm not concerned about that now. I just want to do God's will ... I 248-1921 i It is timely that the Tampa at a state tournament. all-black basketball team with 1 against Westminister. In the c C .1 Ity OUDCI debated, last I have not missed a state a black coach would lose, and Brandon-Carol City game, less week, role models for Tambasketball tournament in 19 an almost every case, they than 2 V2 minutes remmained 1 pas Backyouth. Do we really FREE GLASSES Years, and it is my opinion that were right. I have seen Miami in the first quarter before want to create a generation of the officiating has been antiJackson come to the state so Brandon committed its cowards, pimping one another Paid For By Medicaid all-black since 1974. I have many times only to lose foul. All-black Carol City had for white favoritism? I'm seen teams of championship because of some very ques. committed 8 by then. afraid such is the case where Call: caliber, teams that were clearly tionable officiating. Black coaches and their allBlack leadership in Tampa is Dr. L.A. Martinez the most talented in the tourTfiree years ago, Miami black teams have had to work concerned : J k h d h be h Optometrist nament lose because of calls ac son a t e st team at ard to be winners. In many Certainly, it is not the inten-t that were based upon race. the state, and last year, cases, they must beat the oplion to be simply critical or to 876-6085 .... >-= =.. I .. f ="' e =

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(I) = (I) Qi = fool t -= (I) .c = c: = = I c: WISHI N G YOU A HAPPY. BIRTHDAY MISS ROSE ALVINA BERKHALL Alvina LaShawn Berkhall, born on March 18, 1984, began he r biithday Sunday, March 17, with a trip to Walt Disney World. Alvina is the daughter of Linda and Alvin, and granddaughter of Cleotha White and Shirley Dean. Derek Denard Brown Opportunities For Personal Growth Change is a fact of life. onen, change provides the op portunity to rethink establish ed patterns of living. St. J oseph's Hospital is of fering "Coping With Change: Opportunities For PeFsonal Growth;" a program which will deal with converting crisis ihto a growth experi ence Discussion will cover varieties of life crises such as divorce, death, and loss of a job. The lecture will be held op Thursday, March 21, 7-9 p.m. in the hospital's North Wing Auditorium. Confer:ence speaker will Glen Golloway, MD, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of South Florida. Dr Golloway is the former chief of the USF Cellege of Medicine, Psychiatry Clinic, and maintains a private prac tice in general psychiatry and psychoanalysis in Tampa. Regis1artion is $4 per per son. Reservations are sug gested. Registration at the door will be accepted if seating is available. Call 870-4300 for more information. I celebrating his first birthday today, March 19. He is the son of Minister Dwight and Marilyn Brown. Derek' will have a Cake and Ice Cream Bash at home with his brother D\Vight II, other relatives and M MRS. CORITHA STALLWORTH Mrs. Coritha Curry StaHworth will observe a birthday March 21. Mrs Stallworth is a member of Hood Temple A.M.E. Zion Church, Superintendent of Sunday School for 45 years, Treasurer of Church for 30 years, a Deaconess, Stewar dess, Organist of Choir No. 1 for 56 years, and Chaplain of the Missionary Society. She enjoys having service af the nursing along with Mrs. L. Futch and Mrs. Henrietta Jackson. : Her brother shares birthday honors with her this month on the 20th. He has pastored St. James A M.E. Zion Church in Kissimmee for the past 20 years. Both are retired teachers from Hi!Jsborough County School Sys tem. TIEAJUANA VIVERETTE Belated birthday wishes for Tieajuana Viverette who recently celebrated her 19th birthday She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. (Ida) Viverette. IT'S Allrt::s?you ABOUT iJ:W ROSE CRUTCHFIELD 1985 KITE FESTIVAL be flying high on Tuesday, April 9th, at the 1985 K1te Festival presente d by the City of Tampa Recreation Department. Activities willget underway at 3:30 p.m. at River front -Park. from t.he city's playgrounqs compete in two categones: decoration and flying. Trophies will be awarded for the "best decorated" and "most 4nusual" kites. There are six age divisions in the contest. Awards have been by State Vacuum and Farners Shoes. w!ll also be judged for the largest, smallest, highest flymg, most stable, and most unusual kites. A special flying awatd will also be presented All interested in participating in the Kite Festival can e?ter their local City of Tampa playground Matenals and mstruction for kite making will be provided py The Tampa Metro Chapter of THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN Sponsors Its Annual MINI fASHION SHOW & BANQUET SATliRDA Y, MARCH 23 at 7:30P.M. At The Travelodge Motel 2501 East Fowler Avenue (Ac ross from Universiiy Mall Sears) PRifMUSICAL SHOW; 7:00P.M. Fashions Provided By Casual Corners Shop Narrator: MARIA CUNIOA MARTHA LARA Fashion Coordinator and Assistant Narrator :DONATION: $15.00 Fashion Coordinator Themer "Walk Proudly In The Light ... Council Members May Be Contac ted For Tickets. ........ ..... : : '.'. ..... the playground For more information, please contact your nearest or Corne April 9th and watch the sky f1ll w1th colors at R1verfront Park in DowntowQ Tampa. VISITS FAMILY After completing and technical training at Lackland at San Antonio, Texas, Harry Morris, Jr. spent an en joy able ten days with family and friends. He recently departed, March 14, for child A.F.B. in Spokane, WA. where he will resume duties. He is the son of and Mrs. Henry Morris, Sr. and brother of Michael Vincent Morris. HARRY MORRIS, JR. Seeing him off, by way of North Western Air Lines J was his fiance, Ms. Debra HOSA COMES BACK WINNERS HOSA carne back winners from our Regional Competitions held at USF Jan. 31, and Erwin Vo-Tech Center Feb 1. The winners are as follows: lst Pla<:e, Melissa Ortiz Extem poraneous Health_ Display; 2nd Place, R_honda Battle: Extem poraneous Speakmg; 2nd Place, Parliamentary Procedure Team: Terri, Rogers, Emmie Harris-, Rhonda Battle, Carla Dunn, Sandra Hall; Dianne Williams and Willina Wilson 3rd Place Rhonda Battle, Medical Ass isting Clerical 3rd Piace Fran Smith, Ext e mporaneous Speaking; 3rd Speaking; 3rd Place, Willina Wilso.n, JobSeekmg Skills ; 4th Place, Terri Rogers, Prepared Speaking; and 5th Place, Karen Guinn, Nurse Aide Skills. The State will be held in Tallahassee March 24-27 PRIZEWINNERS The Food at Tampa Bay Voc-Tech was well represented aH_j1is year's Strawberry Festival. Of the tw'enty f011r entries Jifteeh finished "in the money." Michelle Owens and .Donna Patterson won champion ribbon and $20 for their entries. Angela Rogers won a champiotl r ibbon and $20 on her Friend s hip Bread Blue Ribbon winqers were Taisha Sastre ; Christine Her Dorothy Buster and Lisa for .. J:luff for N_ut Loaf and Towanda Rus 1 ; Lisa and R1chard Allen for Cake Decorafir(g. Red R1bbon wmners wete J.\fichelle Owens, Tonya Wiliams, Robert Palmore, Ronald 'Huff, Lisa Hamilton Lisa Hicks arid Lori Curtis. Participation ribbons were awarded to Robert Palmore, Eric Hernandez, and Lori Curtis. As part tr.aining students in the foo d service program prepare a w1de vanety of foods for sate. by special order. If foods for a party or lu ncheon or other special occasions are needed, information can be obtained by calling Tues. Mar. 19, 8 p m Wed ., Mar. 20, 8 p m Thurs Mar. 21, 8 p.m TROY GAME North / Downes GISELLE Fra nklin / Ad a m SERENADE Balanchine!T chaikov s ky .. VOLUNTARIES Tetl.ey / Poulenc FIREBIRD Taras/Stravinsky TROY GAME North / Downes GISELLE Franklin/Adam $23 .7 5 $20.75 $18.75 $16.7 5 $14 .75 C h a rge Tic kPIS M o nd ay Thru Saturday (813) 7251 8 44 latE'(.'(1fTI'f!l w ill be !K'd le<:l d l tht> disne tion o f th e R ic h.ud 8 Ce-nter f orlhf. Art s 1111 M
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The Tampa Chapter, Gam ma Theta Omega of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and other participating chapters: Lambda Omicron Omega, Bradenton-Sarasota; Zeta Upsilon Omega, St. Petersburg; Nu Beta Omega, Clearwater; Omicron Kappa Omega, Plant City and Zeta Upsilon, U.S.F., recently observed the Sor ority's 76th Founders' Day. The Sorors worshipped with the 34th Street Church of God's congregation ih its beautiful Sanctuary. During the service, recognition was given to Soror Bertha Kemp for twenty-five years of loyal and dedicated service. After an inspirational and insightful spidtual message, the of the Sorority pledged their commitment of The honorees were: Sorors service in an impressive Nancy Rolfe and Carrie rededicatory candlelight i Johnson, Tainpa Chapter; Viceremony. vian Henry and Ann McLinn, Following the ceremony,, the f members formed a motorcade., to Admiral Benbow Inn for a delightful luncheon in honor of Soror Kemp. Her family and friends were special guests. During the evening, Soror Joreatha McCall was guest speaker, Roger Roger's collec tion of furs were modeled by sorors in a mini fashio n show, and beautiful songs were rendered by the visiting chapters. One of the highlights and most memorable moments of the occasion was recogniz ing the fifty year members as ''Golden Girls." Clearwater. This elegant day of spiritual worship, serenity and merri ment was enjoyed by more than three hundred Alpha women. This memorable affair .was concluded by remarks from Soror Betty P. Brown, Basileus of the ,.Tampa Chapter. Program Participants: Soror Grace Bowden accompanies Soror Betty G. ror Kemp, (ct;nter) 25. year honoree with her daughter, who is a graduate student at Atl;nta Univ. and Betty P. Brown, Basileus of the Tampa Ch CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 3304 E. Columbus Drive "The Church With. A Warin Heart" Invites You To Its ANNUAL'WOMEN'S DAY OBSERVANCE Sunday, Marth 24 Speaker: At 11:00 A.M. 1 Theme: "AND STILL WE RISE, UPLIFTING OUR HEARTS TO CHRIST.'' REV. BILL CORRISTON Pastor MRS. DELORIS BRJNSON Chairperson WITH THE FELLOWS OF KING HIGH SCHOOL EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF 17th STREET AND 18th AVENUE IN YBOR CITY AGES 14 AND OVER THI CASTLE IXTINDS A SPECIAL INVITATION TO KING HIGH SCHOOL FEATURING TWO D. J.'S .... ... ''l'Jt,b -,., ," This Week's reature fJJ_ ''1' THE E.S.Q. Attraction THE JUNIOR. LOVERS VE ENTERTAINMENT DURING DANCE ADMISSION ONLY$ 1.50 MUSIC STARTS PTLY AT8 P M. Hillsborough High Honor SoCiety Induction Ceremony' The induction ceremony for the Hillsborough High School National Honor Society will be held Thursday, March 21, at 7 p m: in the north campus auditorium. Rep. James T. Hargrett, Jr. will be the guest speaker for the occasion. The organization's sponsor, sam Spearman, invites the public and alumni to witness the event of the centennial in duction of the Hillsborough High chapter'. Home Buying For .Single Women Patricia O'Shea, a local real estate authority, will offer a workshop entitled Five Easy Steps to Home Buy ing for Single Women on Wed., March 20, from 7-10 p.m. The workshop, for single women who rent primarily because they think that buy ing a home is too complicated or too time-comsuming, will be held at the Women's Sur vival Center of Tampa, 305 Hyde Park Avenue. The workshop i s free and open to the public. For more information, please call 251-8437 in Tam BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce will conduct its mon thly business meeting on March 28, at Sharon'.s Restaurant, 4014 N. 22nd St,reet. The networking hour begins at 6:15p.m. and dinner is served at 7: 15 p.m. with the business meeting beginning at 8:15p.m. All members are asked to attend. Reser vations for dinner can be made by calling the Chamber office at 621::0016. The cost of the dinner is $7.25. Mr; Richard Rivard, Assocciate Professor of Financee University of South Florida, will be the guest speaker for the evening. His topic will be "Banking The Impact of DeRegulation on the Regional Economy". The Bay Area Chamber is a new organization concerned with economiC development and economic education in the black community. Officers were recently installed at the organization's first installation banque t. Chamber President is Earl Moore; Vice-President, Veronica Glispie; Secretary, Lin da Nickles Powell; and Treasurer, Joyce Ray. Anyone in terested in_ joining should contact membership Chairperson Sarah Moore at 621-0016. Membership is open to the public. Anyon(;! interested in joining may also attend the March 28th meeting. LES GORENETTES BRIDGE CLUB Les Gorenettes two last bridge sessions were hosted by Mrs. Beatrix Varner and Mrs. Jessie Artest, respectively. At Mrs. Varner's meeting, the ladies welcomed Mrs. Artest back after an extended leave of absence. At this meeting, prizes were awarded to: Claudia Silas, Jessie Artest, and Florence Ann McClinton won the traveling prize. (Continued On Page 9) = = fl.l

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! AROUND THE TOWN =' .... .... fll = 0 -'1:1 -= 0 = G.l I ;: '1:1 = < = G.l = = I "Ql = = Butler, Jr., 1\tty. Loretta Anderson and Bob Thompson at the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet. .. j f ,. Tommie Williams, Elder Chisolm, J. Kenney, Elder L. Williams and Elder L. Mitchell, host pastor. \ Mr. and Mrs. Les Miller and Judge Thomas Stringer at the USF Pre-Game Reception for Bethune-Cookman College Alumni. i

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Prizes at Mrs. Artist's meeting were : Emma Green fir s t Ann McClinton second and Marcia Reddy, third. An'n won the traveling prize. The next meeting will be March 21s t with Florence Greenlee. Essie Feu is the president. LES QUINZE SOCIAL CLUB The I..es Quinze Social Club recently honored one of its Charter members, Ms. Myrtlen e G. Brown. The elegant affair was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reddy Ms. Brown served as c lub treasurer for thirty-eight years She relinquished the position in January due to physical inabilities. It only seemed fitting to pay tribute to her for a job well done. The ladies presented Myrtlene with a beautiful cor sage in the club's colors, yellow and green. She was also g iven a money tree. M\'RTLENE BROWN Florence Greenlee, the chairper s on, and Ozie Dew, the s ecretary led other member s down memory lane with pa s t events of the dub. The reminiscence and party food was en by the following gue s ts: Ms. Elaine Brown, the honoree' s s ister; Eloise Miles, Mrs. Ethel Harris, Mrs. Dorothy Nelson, Mr s. Lena Spencer, Mrs. Theo Howard ; Mrs. Sweetrix William!! and Mrs. Julia Semper. Member s of Les Quinze are: Leberta Booker, Myrtlene Brown, Gussie Dennis, Ozie new, Inez Doby Bernice Gibson, Florence Greenlee, Mamye Hargrett, Rowe na Mutcher s on, Marcia Reddy, Claudia Silas Lillie Bell Simmons, Hilda Smith, Hattie Yates and Beatrice WriRht. NATIONAA. COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN Th e -Tampa Metro Chapter of the National Council of Negro Women "rece1_1tly had a drawing on "The Trip To Nowhere." Mr. J a mes Kent jones of.l316 Lemon Street, had the lucky No. 702 sponsored by coUJ1cil member Clemmie James. On March23, the local NCNW will entertain the public with their ann!Jal mini fashion show and banquet. The theme for the occcasion is 'Walk Proudly In T.he Light : The : affair will take place at the Travelodge on Fowler A y enue, across from Unive r sity Mall Sears, beginning at 7:30 p .m. However, there will be a Pre-musical s how at 7:00p.m. The Casual Corner s Shop will be in charge of the 40-minute Fa s hion Show, narrated by Cuniga and Martha Lara. Mrs Lara and Lila Johnson a:re the Fashion coordinator s Mus i c ,will be pre s ent e d by Bob Hardeman. Alma Morris i s the chairp e r s on. Essie Feu is president. O t hers app e arin g o n the pro g ram are: Rev. S.C Waterford, Rosalyn Gordon, and Charles Bedford. Models are Stephanie Lopez, Patsy Green, Gloridin e McNair, Julia Williams, Ingrid Brady, Alfreda Reed, and Cynthia Brady. The s pecial guest models:. are Michael Garnes of St. Peter s burg, Lurline Davis of City, and Leroy Clarkof Tampa. H ar.e Rowena Brady, Brown, Inez aeworks presents ..... ,, '\\\l.sbe"' i(.c -, -''(Ill. !lllftDirected & Choreographed by Ric Castillo ., March 22-24, 28-31, April 4-7-8:15 Curtain -A* *h Clult, 1731 E. 7th., Ybor .City Call (813) 248-5064 reservations .$9/$4.50 Senior Citizens & Students w/Valid I.D. Sun. & Thurs. Only AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' The New Fats Waller Musical Show lla,.uo,..u t t .. h) .wtfr.y fNUiWolfll A l. ohoflloowlo't' .... WRrt' .\l;ull' h..,,n Wil-t:lbol & Oril!inally D il"t'ctt'd by IIII'IIARil MALTBY. JR. 'ln.IWIII:O l'tulhto t'ft to\ t hf. Mu!Mllan ,. ... ,.. Huh i pmdun"(t .u n Hruadway h). Emanuel Azrnberg, Dasha Epett'in, nte Shutwn Janf' (;aynor A Rnn Dantf' Thousands Of Ba ptists Conv erge Upon Tampa For Meeting J'hoysands of Baptists representing churches from all sections of Florida and many visitors from acr oss the nation are converging upon the beautiful city of Tampa this week for the 7lst annual session of the Progressive Missionary and Educational Baptist State Convention of Florida. The convention is being held at St. John Progressive Baptist Church, 2504 Chipco Ave March 18-24. Rev. Dr F. G. Hilton, is host pastor and also the vice president of the convention. Rev. Dr lames Sams of Jacksonville, is the general president. The theme for the convention is ''An Empowered People In A Power Crazed DR. J. C. SAMS World." The meeting will be highlighted by several special events including the Welcome program and State Musical to be presented at the St. John Baptist Church, Tuesday at 8 Geraldine Twine, Authorine Clark, and Katie Carnegia. For more information regarding this gala affair, please con tact president, Essie C. Feu at 254-2477; or First vice president, Alma Morris at 238-7902. BCC ALUMNI Mernbers of the Bethune-Cookman College Alumni met at Ms. Jackie Kinsey's residence for their February meeting. A poem was read by the president, Helen Young at the open ing of the meeting in ob s ervance of Black History Month. A copy
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William erry ANOTHER (Continued From Page 4) VIEW down such as the sweeping thing about that distributing agers. storm which swept through the program was the youthfulness I don't mean to suggest (Continued From : ; Housing Authority o r the p arents. It occu rred to that these young mothers are posi n g te am fight hostile t .. o .. h"ld b over no,:;. y e ar. ne wonme that if likely .to become C I a users crowds and battle the pressure cfers do such members of the parents, brought up in solid if But it is fair to wonder to of officials whose calling establishment, or white people economically tight cir' -wh9 m they, and their hapless makes winning almost im,jfi general, comprehend the cumstances; have it tough, will turn fo r help and possible. J:lut it is not ; the negativeness which must befall how much tougher it is for uno'advice .in the difficult task of 1 pity the but Black public school children .married parents whq are : parentjng : .. .the athletes. It is these young when they seldom, if ever, themselves children. And what We a lot of time on men who are viCtimized by the have been counse l ed, dfecparenting skills, what valu e s, the subj e ct of sex education in officiating. tively, academically or what reasonable rule-setting, the schools. Maybe its time to Yes, there are always a cou-vocationally. The lack of will these children of child ren introduc e mandatory pie of black officials who call Black counselors in the school be able to pass on to their own courses in pa,reriting .__ for at the state tournament. system as a whole contributes offspring? boy s as well as girls. Parenting Usually the black guys don't to this problem. On the senior lt is rio' trivial question when skills, difficult enough for the get to call games with one high level, in too many you consider that a sixth of all lucky half of us to acquire, are team being totally black schools, there are no Black children born in America are all but impossible for the When they do however, they guidance counselors at all. born to single mothers. Fully unlucky half to come by. areas bad as the white ones. It Councilwoman Chavez 55 percent of all black babies And yet nearly all of them .. is as if they all have been threw a volley at the Florida are born to unwed mothers, will become parents We'd doctrinated to believe that Sentinel Bulletin, being quoted most of them poor and a hefty better start doing we can total blackness could not and as saying, "All you ever read percentae ofthem mere teen' to help them .do it t'ight. .. should not win ; in the is bad that "The National Urbn has always stirred Black ," America's emotions running the gamut bitter rage to the tenderest love." -Tony Brown Seventy -five years ago the Urban League movement started. And it hasn" t stopped yet. This week Tony Brown the past. present and future of this major civil rights r-------------, I DOUIU IOIUS I For SS-1 / 3 off the regular pri ce-get a s ub s cr i pt i on to I "Tei!J lrew's &i For ju s t 99 mo r e o I record i ng of Lilt Ev' ry V o ic e end I I Add Slier po s tage and han d l i ng (N .Y. resi d ents odd 1 appro p riate s ole s tax.) S end check o r m o ney ord e r to : 1 TOllY IIOWI PRODUCDOIS I 1501 Sro odwoy, Su1te 2014, New York NY 10036 I Or ph one your VIS A or MC A cct# to. 212/57 5 0876 I P le a s e allow 4-6 weeks f o r d e l 1very O ff e r expores 12/31 / 85 .J L_.:.. __________ P epsi and P epsi -Col a are regis t ered tr ad em a rk s o f P epsiCo I nc : P u r c h ase N Y orgqnization-as only he can joining him are Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis. singers Cissy Houston Wintley ''Ph !pps. and many other stars Be sure to watch Tony Brown as he presents this dramatic chapter : "National U(ban League : The First 75 Years:rrs a lesson in Black history you won't want to miss WEDU Ch.: 3 March 31 @ 1 P.M. WUSF Ch.: 16 March 30@ 3 P.M. S e e for yourself Che ck your lo cal publ i c televis ion listings for dates and t i mes of Tony Brown s Don t m iss it. happened in the Black com munity Unfortunately, the Sentinel has been improperly tagged with that rap for years. Any close observer will note that this paper has made vast progress in recent years to broaden its scope of news of ferings. While not defending the Sentinel, a free press must a cknowledge all impacting events That includes crime in the community, as well. The paper has an excellent coverage of political, social, economic, cultural, and religious events and develop ments in each edition, with crime news limited to usually one page. A reader reads that which meets his interests. Hopefully, councilwoman Chavez and her colleagues will find time to read the entire paper and not comment on heresay, or what she "heard." Continuously we also en courage Mrs. Cha v ez to keep up he r present interest, for learning takes place when debate is constructive. We laud councilman for bringing such issues and in terests affecting the Black community before that body politic. Such i s that unique representation a true Black repreSentative must provide. Census Forms To Be Delivered Thursday Tampa letter car riers will delivering 120,000 cens us forms to area res i dents on March 21st Postmaster R. T. Davis said. "We ha v e been working closely w i th the Cen sus Bureau to ensure the delivery of the forms on the 21st," Davis said In addition to the census questionnaire delivery and pickup operations, Tampa postal employees also per formed a key address check on the Census Bureau's mailing list last July. Two more ad dress checks will be performed by letter carriers on March and 21 as they prepare and then deliver the naires. The Census Bureau will full postal rates to take census by mail. The outgoing packets consist of an envelope, a que,stionnai (either a "short" or a "lpng' form), an instruction booklet arid a prepaid return for the householder to mail back the completed questi naire The outgoing packet will be mailed at the bulk third class postal rate. Residents are asked to the return postage-pai envelopes on March 24th. : Paying Customers & Medicaid Accepted 876-1491 W. B.uffaloAve I f 1:1"

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'. ----____ __.. -..-. -------Entertainment Billy Ocean, Ashford/Simpson Gave A 'Solid' Concert WHE.RE THE. ACTION IS ... BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer / To Valerie Simpson's teas ing question, "Tampa, what you so long to invite us?", we teasingly replied, ''We don't know, bot we're glad you came." The song-writing and per forming husband and wife team of Nickolsts Ashford and Simpson brought the nearly sold-out crowd at the Univer sity of South Florida's Sun dome to its feet several times throughout their hour_ and 15 minute show Friday night. After making their grand entrance among lots of smoke and glitter, the couple im mediately set out to establish a good rapport with the au dience. They constantly mov. ed from side-to-side, waving their arms and acknowledging everyone's presence. It is evident that Ashford and Simpson enjoy perform ing, especially with each other. There is a harmoriy in the cou ple's style, which is also seen in the music they write, .and their theatrics with each other and with th<:..audience -is enjoyable. This...-1larmony .)verflows to t.heir fans. The duet ; s rriusical selec tions met the audiences' ap proval. Ashford and Simpson BY ALBERT LEE started out with "Found A The action this week was at ::Ure", and ended the set with Dunbar School on Main their current smash hit, street. They had a Festival of "Solid." In between, they per-Nations Parade, Thursday such hits as: with all the children par "Highrise", "Streetcorner", ticipating. Some of the many "Outta The World", and "Is in the parade were Oscar It Still Good To Ya." Terry, Mary Sims, Shirley parents and relatives taking pictures. Also in West Tampa at Mt. Oli:ve Church there was a car wash. Sorpe of the many people washing cars was Ber. nadette Nelson, also known as Lady Magic;, stephanie Davis, Robert Wri2ht, Anthony Davis, .Jeri West, and Andrea Sims. Ashford and Simpson then stepped back in time a bit by singing a medley of three old (ime Motown favorites, writ ten by them but recorded by : such greats as JW:arvin Gaye and Diana Ross. This bably where they had the most audience participation. It was a pleasure hearing such favorites as: ''You're All I Need", "Ain't No Mountain High Enougii; and"Ain't Nothing Like The Real: Thing." Billy Ocean also established a good rapport with the crowd in his opening set, which in..: eluded the concert goers' two favorite hits, "Caribbean Queen" and "Loverboy. Accompanied by a five-man and one-woman band, Ocean also showed us a quieter side by performing his soon-to-be releas'ed single, This is a ballad for lovers. He also introduced several good dance-floor tunes, in cluding one which required au. dience "Stay The Night." Judging from his 45-minute show Friday night, fans could look forward to bigger and better things from Ocean in the future. Walker and of course a host of _.r U.t At GRACE'S PLACE, it was packed with smiling people attending the Pisces party, Thursday night. The free food was and everyone was dancing to the beat of MARK the D.J. Ser ving was the cool George, Diane, Mabel, Sallie Hubert and to greet you were Marlon and Marjorie. The MANILA LOUNGE came on strong the past week with the Manager's special Wednesday night and they were dancing to the beat of the Mad D.J. Floyd Rivers. Some Kentucky Fried Chicken Break Dance. (Continued On Page 15) & OUNGE "The Newest Fun Place In Town" PRESENTS JoE SrMON Wednesday and Thursday, March 20-.& 21st Showtlme-8 p.m. Admlsslon:$7.00 (No Advance Tickets) 180134th St., S.-St. Pete, 321-3602 1-275 exit 22nd Ave. South (exit 7), make right off interstate to 1st light, turn right, go 2 Blocks down-Located Left Side on U.S. 19. Lounge Hrs.: Mon.-Thurs. 4 p.m.-2 a.m.; Fri.-Sun. 1 p.m.-2 a m. Package Store Hrs.: Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-12 midnight Proper Dress and I. D. Required NICKOLAS ASHFORD AND VALERIE SIMPSON

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.............. ............ .................... Tucker Twins To Present TV WEDNESDA i)wFTS ---_ --;;-wmu--:----::wxFL------wrs-, --wrvr rn If'!$ I @ (NIICI (!g) (ABC) @(CBS) -(-) 700 !oday GoOd CBS Morning Inspector 15 Morni1111 News Gadget 30 Farm Day Amtrica sucer45 Weather fr ends -------------800 Sesame Star 1 5 Strttt Trek 30 Partridge 45 Family: 900 lTV MortRtal K?,onahut Tic Tee 15 People Gri ith 30 El ric Anyt lng For Dick Van 45 Dy:kt 1 000 lTV Let's Make Murphy In S25.000 !!w.hide 15 ProgramA Deal The -Morning Ptramid 30 ming Salt Of The Sally Jessy Jo ar' s 45 1 00 WhttiOf Ryan's Price Is ::I 1 15" Fortune !;light 30 Scrabble Family West 45 Feud 1 News Ntws Pulse I Lovt Plus! 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Y Gtod CBS MorningInspector IS Morni1111 !ftWS Gadget 30 Farm Day Woathor 800Sosamt 15 SfrHt 30 N .45 .. 900 lTV s:=ams 30 E k 45 s Program. 1000 lTV 1 00 H 15 N 30 N 45 N MoroRtal ....,.. !night David Letterman -!'mtric:a sur.::; fronds Star Trok Partridgo Family: J?,onahUI TicTac An ingFor Dick Van M!!!!:f Dyke Murphy In S25,oeo '!awllictt Tilt MOnling r.tramld Sally Jtssy J or's RaJIIIUI Wild Ryan's Pric:t Is flltht March 20, 1985 @WXLT (ABC) Good 44 Kids Morn ing America Club Fat Albert Great Space Coaster Big yalley Jim Bakker Trivia Rituals Trap Family Divorce Ftud Court Ryan's Dallas Hope ... Movie: -''Crimt And Punishment U.S.A.'' Ont Lift To Livt General HeathcliH !;IMPital ':.lintstonts ABC Scooby !-Htrschool Doo Tic Tile Dukes Of Dough '!ws Hazzard 'Gews WKRPin Cincinnati ABC News Jeffersons M.A.S.H Love Boat Thrtt's Company Fall Movit: AMa man" -------J?,Yriasty NameThtt Tune S.C. T .V. Movie: "Sht Played With Fire" March @WXLT (ABC) Good Morning I?,OMIIuo Jim Trivia Trap Family Foud 44 Kids Fat Albort GrMt Spac:t coaster !tons !!ituals Divorce Court Namt That Tunt Movie: ''T-nty Fifth Hour'' Live Concert At Curtis Hixon BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Ma,naging Editor Most of the Tampa com munity are familiar with t he Tucker Twins -:and Philetha. Since early childhood : days, twins have been .. in the eye ofJ he public for one function or another. Throughout their high school and c ollege days, the young ladies have kept in touch with Tamt>a's communi ty' making sure that those who h inie supp orted them know ex actly where they a,re and what they are doing. ihe couple have made. themselves available for 'public appear a nces Jorindividuals and groups. Now with their TNT Productions, the __ twins are ready to present a live concert which will be a mixture of singing ahd dancing. Tile concert will be held ai Curtis Hixon Convention Center in the Gasparilla Room on Friday, March 22, at 8:30 p. m.Asmall donatiOfl isasked. Prior to the. concert, a minature movie script written by the twins will be filmed with _the help of David Burgess and Tampa Cable The script will give specific messages. "We are trying to continue as role models for our cotn mu 'nity," the twins explain, "and-we are using the concert as a means of doing so," the two stated "All of the people performing for the concert and in the movie will b'e from Tampa. We are also using neighborhood kids (in an ef fort) to give them an oppor. tunity to be a part of this pro ject. We are hoping it will enhance a positive self con cept., and the realization of PHYLLIS AND PHlLETHATUCKER what t hey can do with their lives." Both young ladies are known throughoutthe Tam community, and are teachers in the Hillsborough County School System Phyllis at Madison Jr .. High, Philetha at Robinson Sr. High Both have held several' beauty queen titles, with Phyllis reachin g a s high as tile Miss Black America, 1982,83. Both have made several commercials, television talk show appearances, Phylli' s sched1,lled to appear in t movie 'Cry of th-e Cit_r' wit Davis, Jr. and Kennedy. Philetha has written a book entitled "/ Dare T< Walk a Runway Dare," both are scheduled to ap in the movie 'Amateur fihned for HBO, starring nis Cole. Their latest project is the recording of a 45 'tO be releas ed this month, and an album produced by Warren Brooks. The live concert Thursday will feature Tony_ Moss as Prince, and the breaking group, Coffee & Cream. The master of ceremonies will be WTMP' s Tom Robinson. WHERE THE ACTION IS ... (Continued From Page 14) of the many folks there were Nancy Armstrong, Keith -Tur ner, Marla Thompson, John Richardson, Je.rry Newsome,, Margret Hadd, Susan Blake, James Knight, Billy Waters and Pamela White. The BLUE FLAME LOUNGE, where you can wine and dine with live enter tainment, is the place to be. They really get off with the Basherm Band, featuring Jerome McCall. Check them out for fulltime A break dance contest was held at tlie Kentucky Fried chicken on the ':corner of Nebraska Ave. and Henderson Ave The place had wall to wall customers. Everyone was dancing and eating those golden nuggets. See you next week and tell a friend where the action is ... Car Wash At Mt. Olive Church. SENTINEL'S TOP 10 SINGLES 1. The Men All Pause ......................... Klymaxx 2. Missing You ................... : ........ Diana Ross 3. Misled ..................... Kool & The Gang 4. Tonight ....................... Ready For The World 5. Easy Lover ......... .................. Philip Bailey 6, We Are The World ............... USA For Africa 7. M:r. Telephone Man ..... ; .... ; .... New Edition 8. Sqgar Walls ...... ............ Sheena Easton 9. Roxanne, Roxanne .. .................. UTFO 10. Private Dancer ....................... Tina Turner :z: I r 1:1"

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.c: I ..... .. "CC = < Basketball fans came to Lakeland this past weekend expecting to w.atch the top four basketball players in Florida sport their stuff. Brandon's Toney Mack, Tampa Catholic's Gerald White, Carol City's Irving Thomas and Crestview's Tom Hammonds were the heralded players who were expected to be the key to their teams' suc cess : The four big guys did not disappoint the large gatherings at the Lakeland Civic Center. Toney Mack, 6-5, was magnificient in his team's two point lost to Miami Carol Ci ty. Mack scored a tournament high for one game 32 points. Irving Thomas was brilliant in Carol City's march to the 4A championship. White was magnificient in his team's three point .loss. White pumped in 28 points in the one game he played. Ham-. monds was sensational in showing his team the way to the 3A title. Mack and White stand 6-5 while Hammonds stretches to 6-S and Thomas to 6-9. All four were giants of men at the state. There w<>.s another 6-8 giant playing for Carol City. It was Jarvin Johnson, son of former Blake High star Melvin Johnson. Melvin was a center for Blake in the late fif ties (1950s) : When the chips were down, a small guy rose up and lead Sarasota Booker .to the IA championship, and a small guy stood tall to lead the Sun. coast Chargers to victory in the 2A championship game. With his team trailing by 10 points with just over 4 minutes left, Mathews took charge and led Booker to victory. The 5-6 senior guard led a vicious Booker alkourt press and fast paced offense that saw his team on top by a 68-64 score. Mathews drilled in 21 points from every where. 6-(:i teammate Derrick Kirce chip. ped in with -27 points. The Suncoast Chargers went in search of their second i straight' two A title It looked like all the world that ville Bulles would deter the Chargers and piCk up th, eir first state championship in four straight tries. Trailing by p oints with two minutes to go, 5-10 guard Clarence Wilson went to work. He his scoring burst with a one hand slam shot and ended it with a twisting back hand layup. Commentator For Thri From Gets A Oscar Johnson, III plays a duel role for WRXB radio sta tion in St. Petersburg. But through one of those positions, he is able to rub shoulders with his fel low "jocks" and have a "slam, dunk'en" good time. When the dust had cleared, As Sports Director of the the Chargers had whipped black-owned Johnson Bulles 57-54. Wilson scored 16 serves as Color Commentator points and played super during the home games of the defense. 5-10 guard Jerry BonTampa/St. Pete Thrillers ner hit a 20 foot jumper to Basketball Team. He works beat Jesuit in ttie semi-finals along with Paul Porter, who is game for Crestview. In the 3A the play-by-play announcer. championship game, Oakland "It's exciting, it's thrilling, I Park Northeast was doing a get to meet a Jot of interesting super job of boxing in Allpeople, and being an ex-jock American Tom Hammonds. (he played basketbl!ll, footThat i s where guard ball, and baseball) I fell right Terry Dale came in. Dale fired in," Johnson, who is also the in 17 points That was just station's Account Executive, enough point to allow Tom exclaimed. "I got to meet the Hammonds enough operating basketball players, and I made room to throw in 18 points. some new friends." Crestview won its first ever According to the 28-year state championship crown by a old Tampa native, "Instead of score of 58-55. In the chamjust saying what haJ)pened, I pionship 4A match, again, the try to paint a picture of little guy came to the res_cue. eveQthing that. that 'Thrill' OSCARJOHNSON, III joy it, the job got easier I thank the management for telling me to go out and have a good time. They showed con fidence in me by asking me to do it (be the Color Commen tator)." Johnson graduated from Bethune-Cooklllan College in 1978 with a B.S. degree in ers' His Games Job Business Administration. He worked as a Data Processing Supervisor at Allstate of 1 Y2 years before moving to WRXB. (His wife, Gay; works at Allstate). Johnson has been at the s tation for four years now. His future plans include get ting an architectural degree, which he started working on while at B-CC, and eventually owning his own radio station. "I enjoy radio because you get to meet a lot of interesting people on a basis:: he said. 'Yours Truly' (which is how he is identified in the radio commercials) also enjoys working for a "boss man who is a friend, and a guy I admire because of what he has done.'' According to the father of two, a four-year-old boy and a two-year-old girl, the Thrillers are "an exciting team to watch. They've got some ex cellent players and they pi good caliber basketball. I'm having the best old time." The game between Rtbault layup, or any other play to and Miami Carol was happen." pected to be a doozte and Jt Together Porter, who Coietta Wehust and Donna graduated from the University Swash-buc-Iers Chosen was. For 3 Y2 quarters, according to Johnson _.:.. Vincent DeNisco who return of South Florida while 10 American center Irvtng has NBA experience as a for their sixth year are among others are currently attending Thomas was brilliant for by-play announcer, "we the 36 members of the 1985 USF. Carol City. The Kentucky discuss what strategies and Swash-buc-lers. The new There are three set s of bound senior scored 25 points possible plays (the coaches will squad of cheerleaders who sisters on this year's squad: before fouling out with two call), we try to put the ausupport the Tampa Bay Buc-The Garys (Felicia and' minutes to go in the game. But dience into the game.?' caneers iQcludes 27 members Sherry), The Taylors (Karen Tyrone Smith, a 5-8 guard It's exciting for me of last year's squad. It was and Laura) And the Wehust took, charge aQd the game end. you play everytime," chosen in a two week tryout (Coletta and Suzefte). ed in regulation all tied up. he explained. "Regardless of process. Nine new members The first year 1985 Swash what you do, you cannot were selected from over 150 buc-lers with their age, oclt was Smtth who scoreg ... rest., applicants. cupation, place of residence, two baskets This is. Johnson's first at"I think. wt have the high school attended and, to keep Carol City t.n posthon tempt 'at commentating during makings of outstand" tenure with the group are as t? send the mto. a sports events,and this was ing squad," says follows: hl!le. _In overtmte, Smtth htt the Thrillers first season in the ler director Pattie Beari who Deborah Devine, 18; student two mor_e ke_y buckets th_ at serit Tampa Ba Y area. The CBA enters her sixth year with the and insurance clerk; Tampa: C I C t l d "W h had as (Plant High); first year cis a a ro tty m o_a ea Jt never team has done quite well group. e never ave h l h Swash-buc-ler. Dale Fleming, up_. Smtt was also because they are currently in many gir s wts to contmue as ha?dhng the the playoffs, and Johnson members of the squad as we 18; st .udent; Tampa (King and dtrectmg hts team agamst feels he has taken positive did this year. J. think that says High); first year as a Swasq a. very good; har?'. steps toward perfecting his something about the growth of buc-ler. Lori Griffin, 20, cloth Rtbault t<:_am; Agam, a httle craft. our program. With an outing sales associate and HCC d d f rs student, Tampa (Hillsborough guy stoo out. "I have gotten some feedstan mg group o newcome 1 k 't d High). Michelle Harrington, back from the people, and trymg out, now J rna e Both Carol City and Ribaul t h' d'ff' It th d 5 18; student; Tampa (Leto they are enJ'oying it a lot t mgs J tcu on e JU ge had black head coaches. ,I'm looking forward' to High). Chris LaDue, 19; USF All pf the teams that made it more t he 'Stated "Th, ey knew working. with this student; Tampa (Leto High). to the state should be conwhen I first started that it was group." Pam Myregaard ,27; oral gratulated for thejr effort. new for me, and they have Of the 36 girls, 30 attended surgeon s assistant; Seminole Therewas a lot of good talenr .. allowedme to become sure of high school in Hillsborough (Proviso West (IL) High). Lisa at thdournament and most all myself. County with King High School Rocha, 18; student and sales f h k "I'm not sure yet," he 1 k T (K' H' h) o t e games were actiOn pac w'ith seven members r:eplacing c er ; ampa mg tg ed and exciting. This year's added, feelhl'm Robinson as the school with Yvonne Salario, 18; HCC tournament was one of. the domg a better JOb.. 1 ave .. the most Swash-buc-lers. Of student and medical secretary; better ones in times : a especially from .the 36 girls, four have Tampa (Hillsboroug}! High). Many games were wonor los < his .. ... .::,:_.:.,:_:::.:,..:.:, _________ by a total. Of two or three This where Phone Your News 248-1921 points. !Y to kno-.v what you re talking about and sound con NOW! NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNOA YS 8 P.M. MATINEES, MON., WED., SAT. _I2:45 vinCing," Johnson stated; ad. ding that to pattern himself alter such greats as Bill R'ussdl, AI McGuire, and Dick Vital. "These are three color commentators that I respect in regards to their knowledge of the garrie." 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 Monthly Payment The Hillsborough High graduate said, "I try to paint the picture like they do. I try not to be too technical, I keep it simple, and I keep the game BRONZE STAR DINE AT DERBY CLUB on the playground for the VARIETY STORE people to enjoy it more NO MINORS MUST RE 18 CALL TONY VECCHIO 258-6161 .I 3503-A E. Hiilsborough because that's where basket-37 ball'started." 237-86 Johnson also stated, "Once .. T &M BUILDERS-21 04 E. 7th AVE. ACROSS FROM COLUMII.IA RESTAURANT :; II

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.c: = c I Gooden Form Holds Up Under Te. rrific Scrutin_y SARASOTA -Tom Seaver kept his eyes on Dwight Gooden Gooden admitted that he didn't pay that much attention to Seaver. In thi!first meeting between the past and present kings ofthe Mets' hill, the result yesterday was a draw. Gooden pitched three innings in his first ap of the spring while White Sox's Seaver fired five blanks in _his second ap-.You would have thoug-ht it the World Series with all the media people covering this game, which was won by Chicago, 6-0. Five television ons sent crews and there were the usual dozen guys waving their microphones in faces. And there was an extra heavy contingent of newspaper reporters. Ironically, most of the at tention was directed at Gooden, the National League's Rookie of the Year in 1984. In the Mets' clubhouse following Gooden's three inn ings, the room was crowded with more than 50 reporters, radio and TV. people. In his best years, Seaver never got kind of coverage after a ng training appearlfnce. Seaver spoke of Gooden in owing terms before the "I've never seen him pitch on TV," Seaver said, I was impressed with I saw. He has superb mechanics. His stuff at this is better than mine was wherr 1 came up." After he had pitched his five shutout innings, Seaver was if he had found time to Gooden. "Sure I did. I was interested DWIGHTGO()DEN' in him," Seaver replied. "It's just like I thought. He's got a terrific arm and good mechanics. I saw a few things wrong but you can see he's a great pitcher." Would Seaver tell Gooden what he :saw. wrong? Gooden admitted it was a "thrill' pitching against Seaver. But he seemed almost apologetic when he admitted hef.idn't pay all that. inuch at tention to him. Gooden was more interested in working on his owl) special projects. "I plan to work -more in spring training on my c hange. up and. my move fo first, he said. "But mostly my change. I'm comfortable. with it but I want to have better control of it. I threw about five or si.x,to day. "Mostly they were up there looking for my fastball on the first pitch. So I made some adjustments." Gooden worked three inn ings, walked one, struck out one and gave up two hits. "It was better than my first game last spring. I'm happy about that," Gooden said. "LaSt spring l was wild, walk ed some people. Today I had better control." Larry Holmes JustWants Respect LAS VEGAS, Nev. Larry Holmes winged his way across the country Saturday, headed for home and retire ment at the age of 35, but sad died with an enormous pro. blem how to spend the $25 million or more that he has pil ed up in his seven-year reign atop the heavyweight division. A new car maybe? Forget it. He's already got more than some A Got one. How about a sporting goods or a restaurant? Got 'em. OK then, how about an house, something 20 or so rooms? And in to his sterling career, something silly, like, 's say a giant indoor swim pool in the shape of a glove? Sorry. He's got the house the pool already, too. So what do you give a man for his retirement who has at one of everything? How about a little lorig overdue respect? For his entire career Holmes has toiled in the shadow of others. The biggest was that of Muhammad Ali, whom LARRY HOLMES Holmes had the terrible misfortune of following into the heavyweight division. "I'm not Jack Dempsey, I'm not Joe Louis, I'm not Rocky Marciano and I'm not Muha.mmad Ali," Holmes said Saturday night after pounding challenger David Bey into submission in the lOth round of his 19th title defense. "I'm Larry Holmes. I have my own style." And don't think it's foolish to mention Larry Holmes in the same sentence with Louis, Marciano and Ali. His 19 title tied Ali's mark -a Dwight Hurls Shutout Innings ..ST. PETERSBURG The rain chased away much of the crowd and enthusiasm, and the Mets and Cards mdn't do much to brighten the day during New York's 5-2 exhibition baseball win at AI Stadium Sunday. The Mets scored four runs in the first inning and added one.inthe seventh in recording their third exhibition win agaihst four losses. St. Louis, losing its third game in four outings, threatened twice before finally pushing a run across in the fifth The Cards ad vanced just one runner past second after that, and he scored the final run. The game marked the second spring outing for Mets' hurler Dwight Gooden and the spring debut of Cardinals' ace Joaquin Andujar. Neither was Qverpowering, but both got the job done and didn't give up a rim. Go?den went four innings, allowmg three hits and striking out three. "I'm very happy," pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre said of Gooden's work : "1 thought everything went very good. Some people want him to strike everybody out, but that isn't our intention at this stage of the season." Darryl Signs $5.4M Pact CLEARWATER-Darryl Strawberry last week ct;lebrated his 23rd birthday with two generous gifts from the Mets -a chocolate cake and an equally appetizing five year, $5.4 million contract. The contract, which has a sixth-year option for $1.8. million in 1990, is the most lucrative contract awarded to a player not eligible for arbitration. .It breaks down this way: Strawberry earns a guaranteed $5 3 mil_lion (starting at $500,000 this year and ending at $1.4 million in 1989) and also receives a $100,000 signing His incentives include $100;000 for winning the MVP award in either the regular season or World Series, and $50,0()0 if he wins it iri the playoffs. Met vice-president AI Harazin said about "onethird" of Strawberry's con tract will be deferred over 20 years, after his retirement. "The primary benefit for Darryl is security," said his agent, Richman Bry. "He's taken care of himself for the rest of his life." figure exceeded oniy by Louis and he held the heavyweight crown longer than eyeryone except Louis. And if, as he has vowed, here mains retired, he will join Marciano as the only other heavyweight champion to retire undefeated. Spot. A .dvertislng W _orks .. Go Classified --* .YOUR HOROSCOPE ARIES (March 21-April 19): A tendency to be too social or business matters results in hoof-in mouth disease. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Confidences shared should be haridled with discre. tion. Draw on your intuitive faculties and. shed some light on the picture, (M,ay 21-June 20): A close personal' fellowship established with one you meet in a social setting could lead to a permanent amingement. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Favors from of power and authority point to a boost in .career standing. Exercise care and caution. LEO (July 23-August 22): Maintain a calm, practical at titu de and reach 0ut for higher goals. Asp' ects favor scholarly pursuits. VI,RGO (August 23-September 22): Attention is drawn to joint finances: in heritance, take.s, or insurance situations where other peo ple's m
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JACKSON, MR : LEROY Mr. Leroy "44" Jackson; (M/ Sgt., Ret., US Army), 801 V a n Buren St. N W Washington D.C. (Fonner Tampan), passed away sud denly March 15, 1985. Mr. Ja,:kson was last assigned as Chief of Military Pay Division, The Pentagon, Washington, D.C. Final Rites and Interment will be in Tam pa at a later date. His sur vivors include: a devoted sister, Mrs. Beatrice (Sister) Atwater, and his nephew, Atty. Nathaniel W. Tindall Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). WALKER, MR JAMES : Mr. James Walker, 4313 LaSalle St., passed away March 15, 1985 in a local hospital. Funeral service will be conducted Wednesday at ll:OO A.M the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with the Rev. Harvey Nichols, officiating. Entombment will follow in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Walker was a nat ive of Sparta, Ga., and a long time resident Tampa. He was a member of Mt. Tabor M.B Church, Rev. T.J. James, Pastor. Sur vivors include: a devoted wife, Mrs. Alcia Walker; two sons, Mr James Duval and wife Cora, and Mr George Duval of Tampa; five daughters, Mrs. Katie Allen and husband Jimmie, Mrs. Dorothy Jones and husband Bobby, Mrs. Minnie Chaney and husband Willie, Ms. Martha Walker and Ms. Walker all of Tampa; one brother, Mr. Tnm Walker and wife Mamie; one sister-in-law; lreatha Christie of Tallahassee, Fla.; four brothers-in-law, Mr James' Stephens and wife Ruby, Mr. Lonnie Johnson and wife Annie, Mr. Chester Speed and Mr. Tom Duval; 15 grandchildren and a host Qf other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The remains will repose .at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5:00P.M. to day (Tuesday), and the fa"'ily will receive friends at the Chapel from 7-8 P.M. tonight. The funeral cortege will form at 4120 Laurel St. Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo & 18th St. 232-8725 We're The To Fine Service PUGHSLEY WILLIAMS, MRS. IDELLA N : 4310 W. MCGHEE, MS. VERNELL Laurel Street, passed WednesE, Homegoing sen'ices for day, March 13, 1985 at her Ms. Verntll E. McGhee of residence. She was born in 1706 Main Street, who passed Chaires, Florida and came to away Thursday in a local Tampa in 1911 from there. hospital wm be held WednesShe was a retired Maid for the day at 4 P.M. from Mount City of Tampa. Surviving are: Pleasant Baptist Ch urch, 2002 a daughter, Alfreda Brown, North Rome with the Rev. a son, Sgt. Kenneth C.T. Kirkland, Pastor, Rev Rivers USAF, San Antonio, S.C. Waterford, officiating. Texas; five sisters, Irene DarInterment will be in Shady by, Mildred Lakes, Beatrice Grove Cemetery. Ms. McGhee McKenzie, Sarah Alexander, was a native Tampan and a all of Tampa, and Aletha retired L.P. Nurse. She was Robinson; Inverness, Fla.; with many two brothers ; Robert Nororganizations to include the wood, Sr. and R.D. Norwood, Adah Chapter No. 11, Qrder both of Tampa; 1 aunt, Mrs Of The Star s Mrs. A. Elsie Livingston, Tampa; unBeatrice Holm es cle, George Norwood, Miami; McGhee leavesto cherish her a number of nieces and homegoing : a loving and nephews, including Wanda devoted daughter, Mrs. Rorrie McKenzie, Anita Lakes, Jo Cannon Bailey and husband Ann Peterson, her husband, Alvin; 1 grandson, Mr. Horace, Rosalyn, Todd, Roderick Cannon; a loving Wilma and Robert Norwood, and devoted mother, Mrs. jr., Lillian Killins, Jamts DarOcie McGhee; 1 adQpted by and his wife, Mary, all of brother, Mr. Isaac Lester and Tampa; fourteen grand-wife Juanita, S( Albans, New children and other relatives. York; 2 adoptet sisters, Ms Funeral services held Tuesday, Theora Lestr, New York Ci March 19, 1985, 11:00 A.M. at ty, N.Y., and Mrs. Leora the church of Christ, 1312 W. Lester Hepburn and husband : Nassau, with Elder David Howard; 3 nieces, Mrs. ,-\tkinson officiating. InterCarolyn Collins and husband ment will follow in Memorial Norris, Ms. Deborah Taylor Park Cemetery. The famiiy and Ms. Terri Lester; 4 received friends at Wilson's Mr. Malcolm, Mark Funeral Home Monday 7 to 8 and Matthew Hepburn and -P.M. where the Body in Mr. Mel Lester; a host of state 5 to 10 P.M. CREAL cousins among whom are, FUNERAL HOME, St. Misses Evelyn, Margaret and Petersburg was in charge of Rebecca Risen and family, arrangements. Mrs. Sarah Johnson Whit I 248-1921 SHADY GROVE CEMETERY tington and Fainily, Mrs. Beatrice Brown anti Family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blan che and Family, Mr James AI Everett and Family, Mrs. Hazel Derr and Family, Mrs. Dorothy Humphrey and hus band Norman, Washington, D.C., The McKinley Family, Clearwater, Fla.; Arlie Peder son and family, Mr. Jerry Washington and family, Mr. Edwin Spanish, Wilmington, Delaware, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellington, Pompano Beach, Fla .; Mr. and Mrs. 46,15 'Hanna COMPLETE BURIAL $705.00 Includes: 1. Space 2. Opening & Closing 3. Chairs & Tent Set-up 4. Concrete Container (Not"Req d By low, Cemetery Requirement} I Add $l00 For Services On Saturday And Add $100 For. All Services After 3 P M 626-2332 AT NEED Call: CHARLES RELI .FORD Own8r AND LET HIM ARRANGE YOUR BURIAL And SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone:248-6125 ROGERS FUNERAL HOME PHONE 239-3101 Or 258.0764 4605 34th Street LADY ATTENDANT "WE GIVE THE BEST FOR L ESS." Julius Ellington ; Sauth Plairi tield, New Jersey, M s Velma Barnes, Miami, Fla.; 1 sister in"law, Mrs Enez Lester, Amityville, New York; a very devoted Mr. Tommie Cannon; a host of devoted friends among whom are Ms; Mildred Edwards, Mr. Sheppard Sr., Mrs. Elizabeth 1Robinson The Hubert, Mc Call and Thomas Familie s and the Bailey Family, Baton Rouge, Louisiana and other relatives and friend s The re mains will lie in state at Pughsley Cathedral after 5 P.M. Tue s da y (Toda y! and from 2 P.M. at the Church. The family will receive friend s at the Funeral Home from 7 until 8 P.M. T.uesday evening. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER EULOGY. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME in char ge WILSON MCNEAL, REV. RICHARD Funeral ser vices for Rev. Richard McNeal, 3610 33rd Ave., who passed in a local hospital will be held Thursday at 1 P.M. from the First Baptist Church College Hill with the Rev. Young Glover, officiating. In terment in the Shady Grove Survivors are: wife, Mrs. Will i e Bell McNeal; children, Mrs. Deloris McNeal Lee, Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Willie Fred McNeal and wife, Regina, Houston, Tx., Mr. Willie James McNeal and wife, Eula Tampa, and Mrs. Carolyn Barton Plant City, Fl.; grandsons, Marc Howard McNeal and Richard Timothy Lee, both of Atlanta, Ga., Gary 'oowden and Jerry McNeal both of Aouston, Tx. aild granddaughter, Lynlae McNeal, Houston, Tx.; brothers, Mr. Charles McNeal, and wife, Annie Bee McNeal, Plant City, Fl., Mr Isaac McNear" and wife, Sue Bell, St. Petersburg, Fl. and Mr. Luther McNeal, Plant Ci ty, Fl; sister, Mrs. Esther McNeal Pean, New York, N.Y.; a number of nieces, nephews anJI other relatives. A native of Red Level, Fl. and an (Continued On Page 22) PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Desired PHONES: 247-3151 or 247-3152 I = c -= c =I:IJ =Q. > = Q. :::!. = e -=-FUNIRALS BY: ;: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ray Williams Funeral Home 7477N. Albany Ave. 2.53-34' 9 z If You Paid More You Paid Too Much! "When Understanding to'l I

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CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD D .EPT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED -= _HELP WANTED HELP WANTED -< Experienced cleaning per-Par tt i me janitor i a I, sonnel wanted part-time and $5.00/hour. Immediate openfull-time. Call between ings for males. 253-2539 after < P.M. 239-1452. 12 noon. PLUMBING Experienced mechanic, FIT SERVICE.MAN position. Competitive salary Minimum 3 yrs. experience. aild excellent benefits. Apply: Call 238-4348, ask for MONTGOMERY WARDS hael. Eastlake Square Mall CHIEF ENGI Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Must have FCC First Class Applications now being ac-license or equivalent, cepted for full and parttime five years experience Real Estate Sales Associates. in radio engineering, two years Great work environment for experience with FM broadaggressive self-starters. Call casting. Reply to: Don HibOllie L. Garrett, Realtor, bitts, General Manager, 8320 875-4865 ofc., 870-3299 even Starkey Road, Seminole, ings. All interviews and apFiorida 33543. E.O.E. plications confidential. RCHITE TURAL Immediately availab position in the Tampa Regional Office of the South's largest and most respected architectural, engineering and plannmg_firm for a technician with a minimum of two years' experience in production of design development and construction documents. Good drafting skills and graduation from a technical school offering a two year degree or equivalent expelierice. Please telephone Ms. Curry a! (813) 872-6672 to arrange your confiden-tial in1erview. REYNOLDS, SMITH AND HILLS Arch'ltects-Englneers-Pianners, Incorporated 1715 North Westshcre Boulevard sune soo Tampa, Florida 33607 RS&H has positions available at otner locati'ons m architecture engineering and urban and regional planning. Should you wish pursue a career opportunity. with us, please send your resume to Doris Petersen, RS&H, P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville Florida 32201. RS&H encourages qualified minorities women. veterans and handi capped 1nd1v1duals t o apply. EOE/AA COMPUTER SALES PROFESSIONAL You know as a computer sales professional, just how important 1t is to represent a company that has visibility, a worldwide repu tation and image. Because with the right company behind you, you know you can count on success never being far away. We expect' you to independently-to be a starter who is capable of inventing new ways to approach new markets MANAGER OF PUBLIC UTILITIES PLANT MAINTENANCE Make $100 a day!! How would you like to receive 100 letters a day, each containing a $1:00? It's We'll send thas plan with directions plus six money-making formulas for only $1.00. J.H. Grigsby, 3512 E. Buffalo, Tampa, FL 33610-7928. Direct 41 employees in the repair, maintenance and alteration of water plant (1), water repump stations (2), wastewater plants (4), and pumping stations (62), electrical and mechanical equipPOLICE OFFICER ment. Prepares corrective and TEMPLE TERRACE preve.ntive maintenance Progressive Tampa Bay schedules, cost estimates, Area City now accepting ap-manpower schedules, and plications for Police Officer. evaluates cost-effectiveness of An excellent opportunity for a results. Responsible for plannlaw enforcement career. ing and develop_ment of Salary $14,643 to $23,296 operating and capital budgets. plus liberal benefit package: Prepares specifications for the Applicants must be 19 or purpose of selecting effective older have Florida contractors to supplement the driver's license, high school or depart ment's equipment and G.E;D. diploma; pass maintenance effort. P.refer psychological and physical exfive years management exam, and undergo extensive perience and must have exten-background investigation. sive knowledge of major staMust have the ability to comtionary mechanical and elecmunicate effectively, write trical equipment and correccomprehensive reports and tive and preventive work rotating shifts. Certified maintenance work. Accredited and Comparative Compliance course work in engineering, Officer acceptable with technology or clos 'ely related verification. Applications are field highly desirable available in the City Clerk's Submit resume to, the office (first floor) Temple Ter Employment Office, P .0. Box race City Hall/Police Depart2842, St. Petersburg, Florida ment, 11250 N. 56th Street 33731. Closing date for receiv-Temple Terrace, Restaurant work. Must be neat and dependable. Female preferred. Apply in person at Betty's Cafeteria, 4013 N. 34th Street. U.S. Census Bureau is still looking for temporary employees beginning in March. Pay rate is $5 -$7 per hour. You must pass multiple choice exam. Call 228-2680 for more information. HELP WANTED Bar Maid and Waitress needed at Grace's Place, 2502 N. Albany. 254-1440 Call for more information. HAIRSTYLIST WANTED Must be licensed. Full time. No following necessary. Apply at Becky's Beauty Salon, 5004 E. Sligh or call 985-6337. CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great income potential. All occupations. For information call: (312) ext. 339. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER Written aptitude test. No aviation experience required, if 30 or younger. Specialized experience for ages 31-35. For 1 information send postcard before April 30 to : FAA, P .0. Box 26650, AAC-80 f (FI.8), OJdahoma City, Okla. ing resumes is April 19, 1985. 33617. Equal Opportunity EOE 73126. Career 'Civil Service. Employer &.s V ->' ,. A V ,...,. Business of Your Own. We are seeking a distribution of our Business Services t-----S-E-N-IO-. -R-----1 Equal Opportunity Employer. SECRETARIES U.S. Citizen. (H(;;C) The University of. Sooth Florida is accepting applica Immediate openings for tions for a Purchasing Agent I 1 Senior Secretary positions. position, Responsible for purMinimum Requirements: chasing for the Mental Health .. H.S. grad. and 3 years Institute. vant work experience (or Minimum reguirements: A equivalency). Must 6Q Bachelor's Degree with four wpm and take dictation at 80 courses in business. Purchaswpm. (Tests required). ing or procurement experience This is an Excellent Opportunity Minimum Starting Pay: wf.tich involves competitive witha $10,316 (plus excellent bidding can substitute on a Creetivelnnovative benefits). Application year for year basis, for there-Company in an Deadline: March 20 ; 1985. quired college education. Exciting Industry. Must Have Please call Personnel Office Salary range $13,634 Excellent Sales Record (879-7222, Ext 239) fo_r. ap$21,109. Business Experience pointment to take typing & Submit resume on the State Unquestionable Integrity shorthand tests. of Florida Employment Ap-and Ambition plication form to the Division We Provide Outstanding Training and HILLSBOROUGH of Personnel, no later than the a Total support Program. COMMUNITY COLLEGE close of business, April 12, Investment Required Personnel Dept. 1985. For information or To learn more about this-39 Columbia Dr. assistance, call Keith SimYou knock on doors that open make calls that are answerea, and meet instant recognition wherever you go. What you will also get is variety. You 'II have an opportunity to present our numerous systems options to jl.!st about every kind of commercial business. A minimum of 3-5 years com puter sales experience is required You must a l?roven track record of structunng sales strategies and successfully imple menting A professional and strong commu nications skills are extremeiy important. Knowle4ge of Digital hardware is desirable. Digital offers sales professionals a career, not just a job. In addition to a competitive starting_ salary Unique Opportunity Call (Davis Island) mons, Director of Procurement, 813-974-2481, Tampa. EOE/M-F USF is an affirmative action EOE. And Digital has the kind of highly visible quality image that you want to travel with. wrote a good piece of the com puter's history. A continuous ded Ication to innovation has done well by us. In just short of3 dec. ades we have become a $5.6 bil. lion company. We hold down number 84 on the Fortune 500 list. We are currently looking for a Sales Professional to present our full range of products throughout the Tampa, Florida area. PERFECT IN1ERACTION and comJ:>aJ1Y: car, we offer gener ous benefits that include stock purchase;medica'l, dental and retirement plans. If you are ted in seeing just how far our quality image can take you, please send your resume to J. Vernon Peterson, Dept. 0319 3942, Digital Equipment Corporation, 5n5 Peachtree DunwoOdy Road, Suite 1()9D, Atlanta, Georgia 30342. We are an affirmative action employer. Police Recruits The City of Tampa is looking for black persons, both males and females between the ages of 21 and 35 who are interested In being employed as recruits, The starting salary is $11,000 -recruits will be elevated to police offleers at $18,541 annual salary upon satisfactorily completing necessary train ing. No experience needed, but you must be a high school graduate and in good physical condition. Apply between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Police Communication Technician 1 (Police Dispatch Work) Start $5.30 an. hour. High-school graduatiO'!Must be able to work rotating shifts including nights, weekends and holidays. Bi-Lin. gual (English-Spanish) individuals are encouraged to apply. Employment applications will be accepted until further notice. Recreation Leader II Part-time: 20 Ss.50 an hour. H diploma plus 6 hours m o,r P.E., 3 hrs. college english and reasonable e't perienc e m that mcludes some experience planning and organizing recreation activities. A college b anscript is requested. Apply between the hours of 8 a.m. and I p.m, For more Information: contact tlte EEO Office, City of Tampa, 306 St., 7th Floor North, 223-8192. EEOF/M/H .. -NEERS/ HYDROLOGIST The Southwest Florida Water Management District is recruiting for several engineer and hydrologist positions ranging from entry to Sr. level, in our new surface and water management and regional analysis programs. Opportunity to work and grow in a dynamic challenging en vironment. Excellent positions available for highly motivated individuals; Competitive salary and benefits. Submit resume, transcript and salary requirements to: S.W.F.W.M.D. 2379 Broad St. Brooksville, FL 33512 EOEM/F

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CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED NEAR STORE 3 bedroom / 1 bath home. Eat In kitchen. Panel laundry room, fenced yard with workshop, carpet. Central heat/air. 237-1625. FOR SALE Sun-Belt Realty,lnc. BY OWNER Assoc. Inc. Realtor Brick 3 bedroom / 1bath, living, dining room. Large yard. FHA 235 Gov't Assistance Program New homes w /starting prices as low as $38,500. Down payment as low a s $1,200, monthly payment s ap prox. $266. For more informa tion call Herbert Fisher R-eal ty, 879-1933. MONEY TALKS! 2 lots for sal e Buy one or buy both, 31s t St. and Colum bus Dr., $250 down on each and We do not check anybody's credit. 985-7794. A SWEET DEAL 3 R / 1 lots, priced for quick sale, size 52 x 156. Good loca tion. Contact Bay Area Managers, Inc., Harold H. Lee, Associate. 237-1866, evenings 879-5865. 5810 N. 40th Street, 231-2191 812 E. Henderson, Suite A, 223-6233/ 1 car garage. 802 E. Lake Avenue. Only $31,000. Call 962-1823. (;REAT FORECLOSURE Concrete block hoiJle, 4 bedrooms/ 1 bath. Tampa Park Area. Asking $50,500, down payment, $500 : 1720 North Nebraska Ave. AD DEPT PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS 4803 Nebraska Ave. 237-6415

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I c ., = < (Continued From Page 19) associate minister of his church. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home aftr 5 P.M. Wednes day. The family will receive friends from 5-6 P.M Wednesday "A WILSON'S SERVICE." Mrs. Mary E. Ford, Mrs. Ethel Holmes ; Mrs. Louise Smith, Mrs. Corene :Tyson, Mrs. Rosa Mae Patters-on, Mrs. Mandy McClain, Mrs. Mabell Car(er, Mr. James Johnson and wife, Willie Mae, Miami, Mr. Louis Johnson of New Jersey, Mrs. Retha Singleton and husband, -THORNTON, MR. JOHNRobert, and Mrs. Blonnie NIE B. ,...,.,. Funeral for Bake[; devoted friends, .. Mrs. Mr. Johnnie:>B. Thornton of,.-Odessa Key, Mr.,, Johnnie Ki,Emma; who passed -' Finell, Mr. and Mrs. away in a local hospital, will Johnnie M. Stewart, Mr. and be held Wednesday at 11 A.M. Mrs. E. Davis; and a host of at Wilson's Funeral Home other relatives and friends. with the Rev. C.P. Mr. Thornton was a lifetime officiating. Interment resident of Tampa. He was a b e in Rose Hill Cemetery, Baptist, having served as a rvivors are: a devoted wife, deacon, and a World War II Mrs. Ruby L. Thornton; and Navy veteran. He was a son, T /Sgt. James Johnson former employee of the Atlan and wife, Cathy, Maxwell tic Coastline Rail'road, & was AFB, Alabama; 3 grandretired from the City of Tam children, Shawlonda, Sheri, pa Engineering Dept. The re and Jermaine Johnson; 1 will repose after 5 P.M. aunt, Mrs. Luevenia Johnson; today at the funeral home on mother-in-law, Mrs. Annie til near funeral time Wednes Lindsay; cousins, Mr. Ben day. THE CASKET WILL Smith and wife, Willie Mae, REMAIN CLOSED AFTER -Mr. A.M. Smith and wife, THE EULOGY. "A Clara Brown, WILSON'S SERVICE." IN MEMORIAM MARGARET THOMAS Demise Apr. 4, 1974 Gone but not fogotten. Oret ha Wright & Ministers To Meet With NAACP standing, good working tionship. For more information, please call 251-0228 in Tampa. Tea Amt,assador To Visit Tampa "I feel strongly that neither the work of the NAACP, nor any other community 0 organization, can be sue cessful without the total ;;.:. 1 cooperation of our religious f-o 1 leadership," said Gilder. Gilder added t .hat the ;:: breakfast will provide a forum f-o for diSC!lSSiJ1g ways in which the NAACP and the Church may further strengthen a longThe ,''Tea Ambassador" Aubrey Franklin, now in his ninth year as the emissary of the U. tea i will IN MEMORIAM crn:::f1'0vihY memory of William H. Small, passed M,arch 22, 1972. Gone but not forgotten. Wife, Oral L. Small; children, William, Raymond, Carolyn and other relatives. I DEA'(H NOTICES I BRYANT & WILLIAMS Mr. James Walker. 4313 LaSalle Street Mr:. Leroy "44" J!lckson, 801 Van Buren St. NW (Formerly 2912 St. John St.), Washington, D.C. Infant Robert Jeremy Trot ter, 1106 Nebraska Avenue PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME Ms. Vernell Elizabeth McGhee, 1706 Main Street OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Eddie Williams, 1151 Main Street Infant Girl William, 314 W Park #C Mr. Donald W. Tearmam, 1320 Larrick LN, Plant City; Florida Mr. William McClintock, 107 Packwood SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME Mr. Robert C. Horn, 401 Nordica St. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME Miss Tedra Stevens, 4238 Ruben Ct. #67 Rev. Rtchard McNeal, 3610-33rd Avenue Mr. Johnnie Thornton, in Tampa on Wednesday, March 20. He w'ill be ting the non-profit organiza tion -The Tea Council Of the USA that promotes generic tea drinking. On a tour of the provinces, the British-born Franklin will be in the Tampa. community promoting his recently published book "TeaTime." The book contains a wealth of odd and pertinent information about tea customs; history tea concoctions a-!ld fascinating accompaniments. IN Godfrey B. Powell, March 19, 198_ 3. Time can never1ease the pain of being without you, but memories live on of the happy years we had together. Wylean & family. 4235 E. Emma Mr. Bozo Standberry, 2104 Ola Mrs. Mable Lee Seay, 3809-30th Street Mr. William tookly, 3417 E. Ciifton Rosa -_Lee Thomas, der CARD OF THANKS God gave us friends so that their love and strength might sustain us. The family of the late Mrs. Anna Range wishes to express their appreciation of all acts of kindness shown us during the illness and pass ing of our loved one. Special thanks to Rev. Neal, the Hood's Temple A.M.E .. Zion Church and Wilson's Funeral Home Most appreciative, th Family. YOU WANT A JOBIII SELL THt FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN NEWSPAPER EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY! ADULTS AND TEENS WELCOMED. BECOME A NEWSPAPER AGENT OR CARRIER. AGENTS OR CARRIERS ARE NOT OUR EMPLOYEES. THEY ARE COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT'--BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO BUY THEIR PA_PER, FROM US AT ONE PRICE, AND SELL THEM TO CUSTOERS AT ANOTHER PRICE FOR A PROFIT. SENTINEL CHART FOR AGENTS: PAPERS 25 50 100 200 500 1,000 EFFECTIVE APRIL. 2, 1985 AGENT COST 55.00 510.00 520.00 540.00 5100.00 5200.00 PROFIT FOR AGENT 53.75 57.50 515.00 530.00 575.00 5150.00 YOU CAN PUR(HASE 25_ PAPERS FOR '5.00, AND EARN A '3.75 PROFIT, OR 1000 PAPERS FOR '200.00, AND -MAKE '150.00 PROFIT. YES;. YOU GET YOUR '200.00 BACK PLUS '150.00 PROFIT. ALL IN ONE DAY!!! THAT'S _WHY, APRIL 2ND, YOUNG AND OLD ALIKE CAN EARN A GOOD LIVING WORKING TWO DAYS TUESDAY & FRIDAY SENTINEL BULLETIN PHONE: 248-1921 C. ANDREWS, Ill CIRCULATION DIRECTOR es lb. Steek= 1 2 Tbone. or 20 cube 1teek1. or 2 0 rib $ es lb. Pork Chop (12-161 e51b: Hamburger Steaka or Salisbury es lb. Chicken.' choice of whole leg. or thigh. : or wing -lb. Smoked Seul8ge OfFER GOOD THRU 3 /31/85 With This Ad

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BURGLARIES Ronald Richard Roberts, 26, 3401 E Jean St., reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke into his home and fled the scene,. with two television sets valued at $800, an oven valued at $200, and a stereo valued at $1,200 An unidentified suspect, according to police .reports, burglarized a business owned by Santos Medina, 42, 4105 Suwanee Ave : and fled the scene with a buffer valued at 189. The incident occurred at 4116 N Flo rida Ave A te l evis ion set valued at $500 and an AM/FM radio at $1 10 were taken by unidentified suspect from the home of Leonard Rayirez, 24, 4J3 Gould Court, according to police report s Ms. Ella Williams, 43, 1905 15th Ave reported to police that an unidentified suspect burgliuized her home and fled the scene with $179 in cash and $165 worth of food stamps. It was reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke into the home of man Lee Flournoy, 33, 117 W. Keyes, and fled the scene with $70 in cash 'An unidentified suspect, ac cording to police reports, burgla-rized the home of' 69-year-old Willie Simon Bird, Spruce St_., and fled the 's cene with a bicycle valued at $140 According to Florida 43% .from 1980; the actual played a role. Department o L Law Enforce.: number of rapes reportd. dur"Our organizing the ment statistics, tl)e crime r j sk ing 1984, was lower than in force into neighbor to residents of suburban any year since 1975 in spite of based squads in 1981, al Hillsborough County has their being 120,000 additional us to concentrate our forces on from a car belonging to reached its s i nce residents. The risk from agfighting neighborhood crime. Vernon ijolton, 34, 2913 N. Highland St.,. 1973. The crime fisk is gravated assault dropped by Wecarriedthisevenfurther in according to p e lice reports. measured by trhe average 7!1fo from 1983. later when we moved The theft occu r red ;at the co rnumber of crimes reported by our entire patrol headquarters ner o f Avon and Lake Ave. a typical group of 1000 The risk from larceny drop-into neighborhood-based residents ; a fi_ gure also called ped by 4% from 1983, with :1 dis t rict stations." Aggressive An unidentified suspect fled the "crime rate". large drop in personal anti-burglar y "directed a constructi Q n site at 3202 N. During 1984, a typical larcenies be i ng offset by an inpatrol" proJects launched by 29th St. with three window group of 1000 suburban councrease in the reporting of petty the district were a rna pane s valued at $105. The ty residents reported fewer larcenies of businesses. The jor factor in the large drop in merchandise was the property than 51 crimes, the lowest risk from motor vehicle theft burglaries of Michael Lee Jones, 33, 416 w. Park Ave. number since 1973, when there did not change from 1983, but However, Sheriff Heinrich were 49 crimes for every 1000 remained 25% below 1980 observed, "No matter how en According to police report s residents. The 1984 crime risk levels. The robbery risk rose couragingthese statistics may Ronald Alphonso Clark, 28, to suburban residents was 7% by 7% from 183, but remained seem, we cannot sit back and 3616 Lindell was arrested and lower than in 1983, and was 35% below 980 levels The assume that this downward charged with larceny and d 26% lower than in 1980. This murder risk rose by 16%, ue trend will continue grand theft Jor allegedly takreduction in the crime risk entirely to the actions of on its own." The Sheriff noted ing $200 in cash and $108 represents the prevention of Robert bong. that police coverage insu worth of merchandise from almost eight thousand crimes -ban Hillsborough County was 5BIS N. Rome Ave., Apt. 22 during 1984whencomparedto Hillsborough County 32% below the national The cash and merchandise sher1'ff W It C H h t 1980 Because of 711J.o populaa er emnc a-average for suburban hclonged to Ms. Cvnthia ........ c tributed th' d J "'J tion growth, the total number IS Impressive re uc : with only 1 3 Collier, 22, 5918 N Rnw t k t d of crimes reported in subu rban IOn m cnme ns 0 Improve every 1000 residents of Ave ., Apt 22 Hillsborough County during citizen cooperation, better ban Hillsborough County. Tires valued at $2.75 and ot t d 1984 was unchanged from P Ice managemen an an mThe Sheriff stated, wheels at $100 were 1983, at 21,302 crimes. creasingly aggressive anti-quate police coverage taken by an unidentified crm t n Sh 'ff H h The burgfary risk dropped 1 e s a ce. en emnc easily combine with suspect from a veh icle b elongstated "The s cc s f 1 n the most of all the seven types u e s u 1 population growth to ing to Ms. Eule G. Williams, of crime recorded by the volvement of private citizens off a new round of crime 74 2607 N 23rd St., Florida Department of Law in Neighborhood Crime creases." To prevent this, accord ing t o police reports Watch and oth Enforcement. There were er cnme Sheriff has initiated a The inCident occurred in the d tl fewer than 15 burglaries for awareness programs Is Irec Y range plan tb insure that victim's driveway ; l1' nked to the start of thJ. vv'""'" every 1000 residetns during -. coverage is both adequate It was reported to police do n d t d d 't 1984, a 13% drop. from 1983 w. war ren an 1 s con. aggressive in all areas of that an unidentified male t' d t th B t Sh f f and a 3.SOJo drop from 1980. mue s reng u en county and at all times of suspect fled th e scene at 419 Hei nrt'ch ob e d th t Th. e risk from rape dropped s rve a Imeven after p rolonged Hernandez Court with tires d t h 1 11 OJo. from 1983. and_ dropped prove as a so tion valw!d at $160 and wheels __ .;;.;;;.;.;..;. __________ ....,._11 valued at $40. The mere han-NOTICE OF INTENTION Comm ty Drug Arrests dise belonged to Ms. Ellsie L. T 0 REGISTER FICTITIOUS 3 4 9 H d Healthmobt.le According to police rep'orts, JoP L s, 1 1 ernan ez TRADE NAME_ Leroy Sylvester, 24, 2 2 29 18th Court. NOTICE IS HEREBY M h d 1 d Pepin Dis tributing Com-Ave., was arr ested and charg-erc an. tse va ue at .. GIVEN &bat the undersigned, THEFTS $1 400 a lakc.ll bv a known pan y di stributors of several ed with possession of mari' w s -. A .. n Sullivan, intends to suspect, who fled. the scene at regt"ster the ft"ctt"tt"ous trade Anheuser-Busch products, the juana wjlile at 5420 W Keith Angelo Carter, 21, 1723 E ld II St Apt A ac Tampa Urban League and the Cypress Ave. 1305_ Fo._xridge Run, reported e name, Plants To Travel with cording to police reports. The the Clerk of the Ct"rcuit of Sickle Cell Association of Twenty-six year-old Pedro to poli ce that an unidentified p F' d 1 dd merchandise belonged to Ms H 1 11 s b 0 r 0 ugh C 0 u n t Y, Hillsborough County will Iguere o, at-arge a ress, suspect fled the seene at 271 I T n Rhons e Ws"lls"ams 27 sponsor a communit-y was arrested arid charged with M D 'll A 'th $250 a gse Flon"da, Pursuant to Section ac 1 ve. WI 10 3304 E N tl b healthm o bile Thursday a ild possession of marijuana while Cash and $25 worth of or 1 ay 865.09, Florida Statues, 1953: Friday. at the corner of Chestnut and clothing, which belonged to Whatever You that the undersigned intends to The health fair, which will Rome. he victim. engage in the business of offer examinations for free While at 3510 N. 20th St., A wallet valued at $12 and Need Selling Plants at 3 2 E. Fowler blood pressure checks, tests police arrested 40-year-old $70 in cash were taken by an Cl ifi d H 1 It Ave., Tampa, Florida. for sic lde t ell anemia, weight, John Lee Williams, 3510 N. 'd 'f' d I aSS e a Dated tht"s 22 day of February, 1985 and several other tests be" 2()th St.; and charged him with f #c' held Thursday at City of possession of cocaine. '\ ran S Ann Sullivan Tampa Sub Station, 22nd St. According to police reports, Ornamental Iron Sole Owner and 26th from 10 a.m Don Lenardo McAllister, 19. 24 Hour Service 621-4034 Residential Commercial Financing Arranged Burglar Bars Railings Fire Escapes Stairways Weldings Ornamentals Licensed Bc,nded RICKY WILLIAMS Attorney At Law CRIMINAL DEFENSE (Felonies, Misdemeanors, Traffic And Juvenile) PERSONAL INJURY & WRONGFUL DEATH I i FRANK E. JOHNSON Owner Free Home Security Tips WILLS & PROBATE ATTY. RicKY E. WILLIAMS SOCIAL SECURITY & EMPLOYMENT LAW 237-1659 400 E. Buffalo Ave. (Cor. Of Buffalo & Central) MON.-.FRI.8A.M. To6P. 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