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Hunger Stilt Exists In U.S. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) Rege nts Name New FAMU Prexy (SEE STOJIY ON PAGE18) Sentinel Advertisers Invite ::f &ne hn AMERICA'S SEMI_:WEEKLY .. And Worth Ross .to )\ who is ,! 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION You .. Every Tuesday_ And VOL. 40 NO. 35 FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Task Force Formed Fires To Inyestigate (SEE STORY ON PAGE 2) I Held For Beating Lot Attendant (SEE STORY ON PAGE 27) COSMETOLOGISTS BREAK GROUND FOR DR. C. B. ROSS EDUCATIONAL BUILDING The Orange Blossom Cosmetologists Association broke ground for the Dr. C. B. Ross Educational Center Sunday afternoon. Located at 3222 N. 34th Street, the multi-purpose structure will be the culmination of many years of dedication, planning and sacrifice. Dr.C. B. Ross, center, for whom the building is named, bas been the State President since 1964. Surrounding her are, from left to right, the Rev. F. G. HUton, pastor of St. John Proeressive Baptist Church; the Rev. 0. H. Houston of Daytona Beach, Presiding FJder, A.M.E. Thomas C. Hills, prime contractor; the developer, C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., President, Sentinel Development Co.; the Rev. A. Leon Lowry, pastor of Beulah Baptist Insdtutional Church; Joe Barr and Japbus Williams, members, Tampa Unit I; Dr. R. Louise Bassey of Orlando, 1st Vice President, Orange Blossom Cosmetologists Association; Wilbert Malpbus, President, Malpbus & Son Con struction Co., who .is associating in contracting the job; and in the background, Isaac C. Barr.

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. c c < Task Force Investigate BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer With the help of Major A. B. Hatcher of the Tampa Poli c e Department, the police force has joined hands with Tampa Fire Department to future fires which death or serious injury The Arson Task Force, a composed of people from the Fire Department in cluding the Fire Marshal and the Tampa Police Homicide Investigators, was organized in September or October of last year "because of the fire of the Thomas Maj. Hatcher ex.1 ')une 15, 1984, four of Mr. and Mrs. (Sheryl) Thomas plus more children who visiting, perished in a fire which engulfed the Thomas' home at 2123 W Palmetto. The two-story structure was torn down within two days of the tragic fire. (On March 6 of this year Mayor Bob Martinez fired Fire Chief Anthohy S. Con iglio, Jr. and Fire Marshal Rolando Rodriguez because of the way the investigation was handled In a related move, former Police Chief Robert Smith was named Ad ministrator of Public Safety). According to Maj. Hatcher, "I was instrumental in helping draft the joint policy between the departments." This policy, in effect, states: "Anytime there is a fire which results in death or serious in the task force is called out immediately to determine the cause of the fire. "If the the cause is observed to be an accidental fire, then the fire department retains jurisdiction," Maj. Hatcher explained. "But if it appears to be arson or of unexplained suspicion, then the task force Organized To Fires Quickly detectives cross training to work on the task force along with the fire department employees. Maj Hatcher and his men have already attended one given by the Florida Advisory Committee on Arson Prevention, and are planning on attending more to help gain added knowledge. The 22 year Tampa Police officer explained that his group is learning hap pens during a fire, what to look for such as burn patterns, collecting evidence to process at the lab, and (investigating) the extent of injury "We hope to learn from (these seminars), then it's back to basic police work," Maj. Hatcher said. "We have to be able to prove arson." Maj. Hatcher indicated that this is a much needed task force. "Definitely, there's no doubt about it," he exclaim ed. "There was insufficient training in the fire depart ment, and in the Thomas fire the police relied on the fire department." Although the task force has been organized in case of future tragedies, it is too late in investigating the Thomas fire. ''There is nothing more that we can do about the Thomas accident,. Maj. Hats; her lamented. "The fire is of undetermined origin; we have not been able to determine what caused the fire We don't have any supportive evidence to an intentionally set fire." According to Maj. Hatcher, "The Thomas fire is the only one I know of where (the com munity) jumped out and said 'we've got an arson'. What (could have been) a strong case never materialized." But, he quickly added, "We have learned something from this investigation." AREA BLOCK CLUB NEWS TEMPORARY JOBS You can help take the 1985 Census of Tampa by becoming a temporary U S. Census employee for a few weeks. Census work is interesting and important to Tampa and to the nation. The Tampa census is part of the planning pro gram for the national count in 1990. Census worker pay rates start around $5.00 an hour. If you are interested please con tact the Community Service Branch Office at 223-8600. Applications are available at the Branch Office. DISCOUNT CARDS Senior citizens interested in applying for the Silver Savers Program (a new discount pro gram) should call or come in to the Community Service Branch Office. You will be able to receive your temporary discount card at the time that you apply and your permanent card and your free directory will be mailed to you at a later date. VISION AND DENTAL PROGRAMS The Community Develop ment Vision and Dental pro grams are now in operation. Services include the following: Vision: Eye examinations and eyeglasses. Dental: Dental ex tractions, fillings, cleanings. Dentures: Dentures on a limited basis. Interested citizens may app ly Mondy through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. BRANCH OFFICE The Community Service Branch Office is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call or come in to submit neighborhood complaints referrals to local agencies for assistance, job in formation, or to make recom mendations for pro jects/programs. maintains supervision of the i investigation -homicide supervises the duration of the DANIEL J.FER NANDEZ investigation. "That way," Maj. Hatcher :continued, "investigators 1 from police and fire crime labs I process evidence collected. Homicide has quite a bit bf I expertise in processing crime ATTORNEY Personallnfury C!Jmlnal Law General Practice PHONE: scenes and the collection of evidence." Currently, there are three PLAZA ON THE MALL !Adjacent to the Hyattl 201 KENNEDY BLVD, E. 273-001_7 lb. Steeks T -bon or 20 cubtt steka, or 20 ribeys s s lb Pork Chops (12-161 es lb. Hmburge; Stekl or Sliabury St .. ka (115 oz. ) s lb Chicken. choic of whol legs. or thghs, or wings lb Smoked Sausage OFFER GOOD THRU 4/30/85 Rev. Lowry's Mother, 93, Dies The mother of the Rev. A. Leon Lowry, pastor of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, and a member of the Hillsborough County School Board, died Monday shortly after noon at St. Joseph Hospital. She was 93. According to Rev. Lowry, his mother. Mrs. Evelyn Lowry and father, B. J Lowry, had ma9e Tampa their home about two years ago. The Lowrys resided in Brooklyn, New York for many years. Their Tampa address is 2602 Arch St. Services for Mrs. Lowry will be held next Monday at I 0 a. m. at the Zion Baptist Church in Brooklyn where she had been a member Jar .. 64 years before with Beulah last year. an active church wetke n having worked with many church during the 87 years she was connected with the church. A native of Bartow, Ga., having been reined 'in Savan-. nab, Mrs. Lowry joined the St. John Baptist Church in MRS. EVELYN LOWRY Savannah at the age o(6. She attended elementary schools in Savannah, then Georgia State College. She was married to Mr. Lowry for nearly 73 and they had three sons Rev. Lowry, Benjamin and Leonard W. Wilson's Funeral Home is handling local arrangements. the B. J. Lowry, Jr. Funeral Home, funeral directors, 1045 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y 11238. The phone number at the business is (718) 7836767. Tampa Teen Killed In Virginia Motorcycle Accident JOHN B. WILLIAMS II A 19-year-old Tampa teen stationed in Ft. Eustis, Virginia with the U. S. Army, was killed Saturday morning, March 30, in a motorcycle ac cident. According to his mother, Mrs. Artha Williams of Thonotosassa, who was notified of the accident Satur day Sp/4 John B. Williams II was killed about 11 a. m. Saturday when he ap parently lost control of a motorcycle he was driving and hit a telegram pole Mrs. Williams said John did know how to operate a motorcycle and had once owned one, but apparently he had borrowed this one. A 1983 graduate of Tampa Bay Technical Vocational High School, John was a member of the Temple Terrace Explorers. He enlisted for the service while in high school and enter the summer follow ing his graduation. Funeral services have ten tatively been set for Saturday at the chapel of Wilson's Funeral Home. In addition to his mother, John is survived by his father, John, sister, Mrs. Barbee Pass, Cincinnati, Ohio; and brother, Arthur, Thonotosassa. 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Malnutrition Are Hunger And Alive And Well In The BY PATIY ALLEN. Sentinel Staff Writer U.S.A. For Africa's hit recording. "We Are The World" should not only make everyone think of the many starving people in Ethiopia, but also of the many starving people in the United States of America. Last week, the University of South Florida held a World Hunger Awareness Week in which guest panelists explored the escalating numbers of poor and malnutritioned people liv ing at home and abroad. "There is no mistake. There problem in which we must do something about ft." According to Lemov, the Reagan 1985 budget calls for $12 billion in cuts to food and nutritional programs. This means cuts in school lunch programs; and money going to charities, who "need federal help to continue" working with the elderly and with families of the unemployed. programs have paid their dues the federal deficit," u;mov. stated. "We are the innocent victims of cut ting back on federal government." definitely is a hunger problem Rodenbaugh sees a major of major proportions in the impact on the children; He United States," explained cited certain statistics: 500,000 Michael R. Lemov, Executive children under six will suffer Director of the Food Research from symptoms of and Action Center, Inc. tion; 500,000 children a year (FRAC). enter the ranks of poverty; two (FRAC is a non-profit cormillion families' incomes are poration which represents the less than $3,000; one in two interests of lower-income minority children come from Americans in food and nutrifamilies whose incomes falls tion programs through below the poverty line; and ap research, public information, proximately 27 million legislation, and legal services.) children are not cared for by a "It is a moral and social doctor or dentist. scandal," he stated, then add-The director of U.S. ed what the Catholic Bishops Domestic Programs for Save said of the issue: "It is a the Children, which operates disgrace to the country to have in 14 states, cited economic hungry people." and social reasons for the According to Thomas hunger and malnutrition. Rhodenbaugh, Director of "There is a change going on U.S. Domestic Programs for in the economy the way Save the Children, 20 million the country works, the rising U.S. citizens are hungry value of the U.S. dollar, and "In the '70s, we took stands the decline in the middle to eliminate hunger, and we class," he stated. For social seemed to have moved forchanges he. mentioned a rise in ward," the FRAC executive families headed by single director continued "But the women, the wage gap between '80s is a challenge, there is still the sexes, and a trend which is too much hunger in the United replacing the caring communi States. People," he pleaded ty. "We are spending less with the audience, "this is a money on the needs of poten-Income r axes HOWARD McKNIGHT Certified Public Accountant Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8 AM-6 PM Individual And Business Taxes Accounting Services 61h Yrs. Work Experience With IRS 1936 E. Hillsborough Ave. (Tampa} 237-4496 Call Today & Get Your Easter Discount Ask For Ayesha 229;.9380 A Iter 6, 254-4338 Kisses Hair Designers 406-A E. Columbus Dr. "I Would Like To Wish All Of You A Happy Easter, And May God Bless You." -------------. -----State Beauticians Groundbreaking Move. Forward With For New Building BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor It was a day that the 'Lord hath made,' proclaimed many of the state's beauticians who attended g'roundbreaking ceremonies of the Dr. C. B. Ross Educational Center. The ceremonies were held Stmday under the warmth of Tampa's sunshiny skies. The historic event, a vision of its namesake, was shared with beauticians from as far north as Jacksonville (a bus load) and as far south as Miami. The master and mistress of ceremonies, Sumner Wilson and Ms. Lucille West, in. troduced by Mrs. Ormiller Kelsey, carried the audience' through some exciting moments of the Orange Blossom Cosmetologists Association. Organized in 1939 in Tam pa, the organization has been under the splendid leadership of Dr. Cathlean B. Ross since the organization's silver an niversary celebration in Tam pa in 1964. Dr. Ross was one of three state inspectors of the State Board of Cosmetology of Florida appointed by the governor in 1955. The organization purchased the property where the educa tional building will sit at 3222 34th St. in 1969 as dream pro perty in hopes that these dreams would become reality It has been through the guidance, pushing, insistence and prayerful leadership of Dr. Ross that this organization has been able to reach its goal, many of the members explain ed. They said it well with the congregational singing of "We've Come This Far By Faith." Representing the City of tially productive people." The feeling that there is a lack of care was also sup ported by Dr. Gordon Harper, a pediatrician and psychiatrist at Children's Hospital in Boston. He labeld it "mean spiritedness. "There is non-visibility of human distress, anti prevention bias, and social economic polarization of government policy,'' he stated. Jeannie Elswick, the Opera tions and Services Manager for Women, Infants, Children (W.I.C.), and Nutrition Ser vices at the Florida Depart ment of Health and Rehabilitative Services in Tallahassee stated: "Adequate food is not the question. Any food is the question. Programs : designed to help have received the largest Cl.ltbacks. Poverty has increased." Elswick indicated that the number of people seekjng help from W].C. has more than tripled, yet it has been singled out for a budget cut. Lemov concluded that the price the nation pays for in adequate nutrition doubles. ... For every $1 W.I.C. spends, we save $3." Tampa and Mayor Bob Mar tinez, Fred Hearns welcomed the organization and its new facility to the community. the builders Sentinel Development Com pany and Thomas Hills Con. tractors, in association with Malphus and Construc"tion C. Blythe Andrews, president of Sentinel Develop ment Co., told the audience how Dr. Ross sought out his assistance when the organization decided it was time to build. Through his association with Hills and. Malphus, the three have work ed closely with Dr. Ross and her staff of officers to make sure every minute detail is handled properly. Andrews added that it was Dr. RO$S who "put her foot down" when it appeared as though another developer was attempting to take the project. It was also Dr. Ross who made it known that she wanted the building financed by a black institution -Community Federal Savings and Loan Association. tribute to a leader and builder, Rev. Lowry stated that "this is the day Lord hath made, so rej and be glad in it. He Dr. Ross to Madam C Walker, a black busines woman who developed care products for the woman, because of her ship ability. "A leader must have mitment," he said, "a must be a dreamer and those dreams into reality; leader has faith in God and self...because He is the who leads, guides, and provides the workers," stated. He also likened Dr. Ross a bridge builder _;_ one who paving the way for through her guidance commitment. In her comments, Dr. stated that the center is not only for beauticians in the City Tampa, but for all beamti,ciruts throughout the state. are no unreachable cians," she said, "but beauti cians have not been reached." As Dr. Ross would attest to In conclusion she said, later as she made remarks, the step won;t do it all, you project took many hours and to keep walking; one word several months of dedicated won't say it all, you have to ha,rd work to get the job ackeep talking; one inch won complished. do it, you have to keep grow-As a well wisher, James ing; one visit won't do it, Jackson of the News Reporter, have to keep coming; but yes, told of the ups and downs he one black state association and Dr. Ross had gone do it all." through. In her comments, She told the beauticians that Dr. Ross stated that with it will take money to complete Jackson all she had to do was the project and encouraged let him know what she wanted them to continue their giving. and there was no problem getOther program ting the job done, whether she were the Rev. 0. H. Houston, had the money then or not. Elder Eddie Newkirk, Mrs. The Rev. A. Leon Lowry Beulah Jackson, Mrs. Pauline speaker for the occasion, was W. 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fiJ = .... -= = I c '-"c::: = < "c::: J fiJ .... := = A. = .... = .... = -FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN : USPS 202-140 Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin + ; Publishing Co., 2207 21st Avenue, Tompo ; Florida 33605 + Moil all Correspondence To: P. 0. Box 3363, Tampa, Fl. 33601 Member of notional Newspaper Pu.blishers Assciotion (NNPA). and Am olgomoted Publishers, !nc., New York. CYRIL 8L YTHE ANDREWS 1901-1977 Founder C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. President and Publisher SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS General Manager GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Society Editor BEnY DAWKINS General Advertising Director C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill Circulation Manager CAMILLE WILLIAMS Office Manager SIMON JOHNSON AVELINO CASELLA$ R4MOS Production Second C:loss Postage Paid At Tampa, Florida SUBSCRIPTION RATES $31 Per Yedr Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. PHONE: 248-1921 Pat Harris Did A Great Job In taking Patricia R. Harris from us, has claimed one of our best. How young the age of 60 seems when a person is productive: this seemed especially true for Mrs. Harris. But her myriad ac complishments, which were beneficial to all people, ve a brilliant and lasting legacy. Mrs. Harris was the first Black woman to ambassador forthe United States and served with an intense distinction in that capacity. While holding two different cabinet posts, (Secretary of Health, and Welfare and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in President Carter's ad ministration), her self-proclaimed identification as one of America's poor helped her to engender and .... ni'Ar .,. policies which were beneficial to improving lifestyle of many of the nation's poverty-stricken Outspoken and businesslike, she fought against budget cuts which might have lessened college stu dent housing loans and other financial sup ports which were created to help individuals leave poor classes. number of people who now own homes and college degrees because of her ef forts number into tens of thousands. Mrs. Harris was an avid supporter of civil rights for all Americans and did more than just talk about her beliefs. In 1943, for example, she was one of the central characters in the demonstrations which led to the desegregation of a Washington, D.C. cafeteria. This accomplishment was indicative of her perfor mance as a positive citizen and role model. She was a doer, not just a talker or non-activ-e philosopher. Stuart E. Eizenstat, President Carter's domestic policy adviser, gave one of the best summations of Mrs. Harris when he said: "She_ drove people very hard, but no harder than she drove herself. She had a warm heart and tough constitution." We agree and say, with deep sinceri ty, ''Patricia, we're going to miss you, but we will never forget you.'' Gerontology Center $106,000 Receives University of South Center for Applied has received a ., .. IV,,JVV grant from the U.S. on Aging for development and im entation of a "Cur-= riculum in Mental Health and Agipg for Service Providers." The 17-month project is uni que in its objectives of prepar ing graduate students from diverse, non-traditional men tal health disciplines for their Grant roles in tfie development and delivery O,f IJleQ.tai"health ser vices, sllid "or:' Tholnas Rich, project dlrectP,r of the usF Of Gerontology. Rich said participating graduate students will take a series of courses which will in clude an internship. Some of the internships will be done at. the Florida Mental Health In stitute (FMHI) on USF's pa campus, he added. .f BY RUDOLPH HARRIS I The P-olitics Of: The Crucifixion : Because he kept putting his finger on the spots in men's conscience, Jesus so on made enemies. And it was the religious leaders of the day, the Scribes, the Pharisees, and the Sadducees who got the angriest. They became more and more enraged as he ex posed their falseness and broke down their authority with the common people. Holy Bible, "Red Letter", Page 14 The more we as Black (Part One) people effectively learn to read the Bible as it surrounds the life of Jesus, the better we will come to see the real meaning of our lives here in America. While the Bible is basically the story of the Children of Israel, God had to be looking further into the future upon the uprooted ChU.dren of Africa. Their bondage too would be another: event which would gloriously unfold as one of salvations most challenging In that sense, the William Ra. spb erry Bible we read and interpret today could well be fulfilling the destiny of a real chosen people, the Black people of Africa, America, and the world. As we view the tragic inevitable developments in South Africa, as we view a modem day Herod the King in the genocidal policies under taken by an American President today, we find it inescapable that the stage is set for the Second Coming of the Lord, and we are the ones principal in the Bible to be on bonded. As we approach another Easter, another commemoration of that tragic Friday on Calvary, may our minds be renewed to a more real and positive meaning of it j The Thought Of Leg1llizing Drugs all. The Crucifixion of Jesus was a political act, and no politicing in today's pulpits can add or detract from it. WASHINGTON (was, thinking in' Congress, Christianity, as presently to be frank about it, waiting although I doubt it." taught and practiced in our for the outraged reaction. I Then there was this one, churches today, must be had, after all, written a colfrom' a California inmate: "I removed from its narrow, umn in which I presented (and wholeheartedly agree about selfish confines simply of soul implicitly supported) the legalizing I figure salvation to the broader sense of aman who wants to legalize that at least half of all crimes of a social gospel. Jesus was narcotics. are drug-related. And the put to death because he dared Brant Coopersmith, whose reason for my belief is that to deliver the people from views were the subject of that I've been doing crimes for 20 political sin and suffering. The column, wasn't proposing years or more, and everyone I institutions of leadership, legalization as a matter of a know has been doing the church as well as state, were person's right to do what he same. I've been to prison four the instruments of his day on will with his own body. His times, and I'm 38 years old, Calvary'sHill. concern was not with addicts and prison has done nothing Jesus Enters Jerusalem at all, but with the rest of us. to me except keep me off the Jesus' pilgrimage was well The illegality of narcotics streets. If heroin were legal, I established as over the years he makes them expensive and would have no reason to had healed and preached, and forces addicts to turn to crime steal." taught up and down the ... n,uTI,. in order to support their So the only strong opand breath of the Holy Land. habits. Laws designed to keep positioh I've heard (though a He had faced the devil's temp' the drugs out of the hands of number of readers offered a tation; had long rendered his the few. of us who are users variety of caveats) came from Sermon on theMount; had have the perverse effect of ima Washington woman whose well established his prisoning the rest of us. i7-year-old son had run away Prayer (The Lord's P rayer); Legalize the stuff, thereby 'from a drug treatment center had well imparted wisdom making it cheap, and the rest the day before the column ap-of ''Judge not Others''; had of us can fed free to walk the. peared. She was convinced c'eaned leprosy from the leper streets again. that Coopersmith's proposal had established the Cen-I'm still waiting for the would result in the death of turion's Faith, had rebuked outrage. What I ha'Ve been getpeople like her so n. the winds and calmed ting, from all over the counI'm not, though a number rough sell; had delivered and try, from all kinds of people, of readers offered cautions cured the body of the woman is: Right on! that make serise to me. One at the well; hadJtad hem Legalization, says a SL wonders whether it his garmet touched; had Louis physician, would might not be a idea to Johlt beheaded; had "reduce crime, if not the make some distinctions among Lazarus from the dead; number of user.s, and make "heayy drugs. Heroin addic. they' had hear:cfof iesus : as life much safer and ser"ene" the drug of. of was about to' set for the rest of us. inher..city addicts, is most like-Jerusalem for those final days. "The only result of making ly to be supported by crime The politics of it all would drugs illegal," notes the pr'esi-Buthe isn't sure that legalizing raise its ugly head as Jesus dent of a Dallas energy firm, cocaine, favored by addicts would enter Jerusalem on the "is to make drug dealers rich. with money, would substan" back of an ass. Tile little Maybe if you keep teiling your tially reduce the humber of donkey was carrying a story, someone will finally robberies and burglaries. load, politically. (to be come around to this : of (Continued On fage 5) tinued)

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Believe It Or Not If anybody thinks that April I, I98 5 (a.k.a. April Fool's Day), was a big joke, then let him / her try this one on for On April I, 1967, the of the Black Panthers is memorated. Ironically, Dr. King was assassinated on 4, 1968, a year and three days to the day. This is no joking matter. All jokes aside, "let us march on till victory is won," lyrics, "Lift Every Voice and Sing", Black National Anthem. Now many of us may not find this date in this respect quite commemorative, never theless, it is to be because it is a part of our history. Some of us don't even like to talk about the Black Panthers. What do we expect when nothing good has ever been said about The Panthers. Believe it or not, there is something good to be said about the whole organization. Taking it to the streets, the organizing and building of the Black Panther organization was none the more different J'NOTHER VIEW Blacks Are Self Destructing I am of the opinion that Black people are on a collision course of self destruction. very frequent occurrences responsible for that belief. first is the free flow and free use of drugs in our com munity, and the second .is the daily cutting and of other that goes on in our neighborhoods. Unless we help to control these two things, we are going to self destruct. The drug problem is the root of all evil in the Black Drugs can be pur chased almost on any corner in any amount, and any kind. quantity of drugs flow in Black communities continues to rise and the number of users continues to. multiply. The sad thing about drug usage is that it has spread among the youth of our communities Young_ children have become both users and pedof various kinds of drugs. Because of this, we are ng too many of our children to drugs. I see much of the crime that occurs in the Black community is directly related to the drug problem. The breaking and entering, the shoplifting, the robberies, and the street peddling of stolen property, are basically the result of drug addict efforts to get money to purchase drugs. Granted that drug sales is' "big bucks" and an easy way to make a lot of money, but ask yourself is the human misery drugs cause worth all that money? Is it worth the 11Pctrurt on of youngsters with unlimited academic and athletic abilities? Is it worth destruction of youngsters with special talents in other ? What has happened now, is that drug usage has become so common, until families, mothers, fathers and children all do drugs individually and as a family. I am afraid drugs have become too almighty in our neigliborhoods. And yes, I am aware that drugs are sold and used outside of Black communities. All the damage that is not being done to Blacks by drugs, we take care of the rest of that ourselves. It was an age old saying that Friday night and Saturday night were Black folks night. These two nights represented the end of the week's work, payday and it meant party time. When the weekend was over, thousands of fights had taken place, many had been cut and still others had been shot. Several killings a night were not uncommon, while those were not the good old days, those times were tame compared to times today. We no longer wait until the weekend. Everyday is party time. Everyday, Blacks are cut up badly by another black and at least one is killed. We are talking about a human being a day losing his life for in most cases, a senseless reason. An argument over a woman, an argument between lovers, an argument over money, an argument over sports or an argument over a bottle are all than those of the "Anti-Negro Organization" persuasion. For instance, on "March 23, I964 The N.Y. Times reported that the largest of the Ku Klux Klan groups, the United Klans of America, Inc., was planning to organize and build their own private communities to escape racial integration," "The Negro Handbook. However, its ta.c-. tics and methods no doubt: were different. Perhaps the Black Panther organization had an inside scoop on the United Klans of America, In(lnc orporated?). Nonetheless, Ms. Nikki Giovanni wrote a poem about The Panthers unfor tunjitely, we cannot share it at this time. But, we will. So, the next time anybody says anything about the Black Pan thers, let us keep in mind that they had a dream, too. Happy Birthday, Black Panthers! Let us end today on a higher note --in your face, St John's! Hey, how 'bout dem Hoyas? Ask anybody on the St. John's team, even the coach. Coach John Thompson and his team from the mighty, mighty Georgetown Hoyas put on a show so marvelous on Saturday afternoon that nothing but good things can be said about their performance. A_nd perform, they did. Why, their performance was far more exemplary of the cun ning agile team that they are. In short, they were A WESOMit. Believe it or not. Hoya! Hoya! Hoya! Peace Be_ Unto You. important enough to take a human being's life. Enough Blacks are dying of age, auto accident, cancer, and other fatal diseases without Black people joining in to help eliminate ourselves. Guns are common. So many people carry guns Many men carry them in their pants pockets, while females usually carry a gun in their oversized pocketbooks. Ask anyone who carries a gun, and they will tell you that they carry the gun only for protection. They will tell you that they aren't going to take any crap off anybody. They will tell you that they will blow anybody's brains out that lays a hand on them. I hear them, you hear them. By them, I mean the gun toters (Continued On Page 16) [MY ON] Administration Policies Oppressive At Home And Abroad The foreign and domestic policies of the present Reagan Administration are of one ac cord. They spell disaster for the poor at home and humanity around the world. It is almost like a chicken or the egg, which came first, in examining the militarism in foreign policy and the conservative budget, anti-social policies, domestically Unfortunately, it fits perfectly that two birds can be killed by one stone in assessing the situation which befalls the minority at home, and the world, at-large. It does not take a genius to see the equation set by the ad ministration mentality. Such is a well-balanced formula. There is the rationale that the budget has to be balanced. There is likewise the reasoning that America must develop a military second to none if the peace of the world is to be vigorously safe guarded. Un der Mr. Reagan this translates into the most rigorous assault on social programs creating the most morbid economic and political disenfranchise ment in the history of this republic. Coupled is the fact that the world finds itself racing, if not deliberate, to an Armaggedon destined in nuclear destruction. The Reagan economic policies at home based on the budget-balancing myth ac tually locks the nation's ex penditures for social programs into indefinite cold storage. Social programs for the masses, the disenfranchised, give way to an ever-giving defense posture. This coupled with a no-tax-increase political position virtually insures a budget deficit intact. Such being a safeguard that the government remains out of the social business. Mr. Reagan does not ever in tend to make a serious attempt to balance the budget. The foregone translates into a ghastly mentality for this nation, effecting even the wor_ld. It simply means that for millions of Americans, the hope .of improving life is befalling with all of the characteristics of Social Dar winism, survival of the fittest. Already now, the ranks of the American impoverished have increased several million over the past five years The threat of nuclear war looms larger because of the policy of militarism. The arms race with its most expensive "Star Wars" feature, will force other nations, mainly the Soviet Union to get into an economic race they can not win. -Keeping in mind that Mr. Reagan, during his initial term, forced the Russians to revise their I981 budget to a war oriented rather than concentration on consumer goods. The Soviet Union may well opt to have a showdown now rather than at a point and time in the future, when their disadvantage becomes more critical. The bottom line further reflects that, domestically, two rigid classes will emerge in this country. Sixty percent of Americans will occupy status in a middle-upper class, while 40 percent of the American population will float more fluently within a poverty barameter, the ex treme poor, the middle poor, and the upper poor. Of course, history shares a similar time in the life of this nation. During the so-called prosperous -1920's, which end ed in depression, America was disillusioned before by a decade of Republicanism William Ras (Continued From Page 4) A number of people fear the mind won't willingly poison legalization would vastly Inhimself, no matter how thirsty crease the number of users. As he. is. A society wise enough to for Coopersmith's notion that permit freedom while con legalization woulcl remove the sistently and persistently incentive for the international educating its citizens as to marketing of narcotics, by what is reasonable use would making them far less expen be wise enough to attack the sive, one reader points to the poverty and Inequality that popularity among youngsters underlies life's bitterness for of the cheap and dangerous so many who fall victim of the PCP. But Coopersmith's conlure of the 'panacea.' cern is the safety of the "When I see such things as nonusers, and there is no inthe banning of advertising of dication that PCP users are addictive substances and pracparticularly dangerous to tices, effective penalties for anyone except themselves. drunken driving, desubsidizaA New Jersey clinical tion of tobacco, deglamoriza psychologist makes a different tion of smoking on TV and in kind of point: the movies, and, particularly, "We put up signs by conearly and effective education taminated wells or springs: for school children and 'Drink at your own risk.' We government-sponsored ad verdon't put armed guards at tising against these s ubstances each well, or make laws and practices-as extensive as against drinking polluted what we now have for themwater, but anybody in his right then I 'II be more sanguin e 248-1921 about the consequences of legalizing yet another substance." Ill = rll 0 I -

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:llliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ----------.-4 N' ..,;j -=: =< > < Q 00 lilil ;;;J (-; <1:1 ... State Deputy Ocala LILY WHITE SOCIETY PLANS FOR 50TH ANNIVERSARY IN TAMPA, APRIL 24-27 I 1985 ALL GRAND OfFICERS, ROYAL COURT OfFICERS, JUNIOR CONDUCTORS, COUNCIL MEMBERS, UNJFORM COMPANIES, LODGE PRESIDENTS AND MEMBERS ARE BUSY MAKING PREPARATIONS, FOR THE LILY WHITE 50TH ANNIVERSARY WHICH WILL CONVENE IN TAMPA AT GREATER MT. MORIAH P.B. CHURCH, 1225 NEBRASKA AVENUE, ELDER CLARENCE WARREN, PASTOR. NIGHTLY PROGRAMS WILL BE MOST INSPIRING FEATURING CHOIRS AND MfNISTERS. THE FINAL SESSION WILL END SATURDAY AFTERNOON. PICTURES OF SOME OF THE MANY OfFICERS ASSISTING IN DETAILS WILL BE PUBLISHED HERE FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS. MRS. PEARL WASHINPTON Second Vice Grand President and State Royil Court Dept. MRS. MARY HOLLAND District Deputy Orlando District No. 3 Orlando MRS. AMELIA LOWE Grand Banker Tampa MRS. JESSIE GILES District Deputy Ft. Lauderdale District Miami If CALENDAR OF EVENTS :: .. 1. The headquarters of the 50th Anniversary session will be held at Greater Mt. Moriah P.B. Church, 1225 Nebraska Avenue. All public programs will be held at lili : ;:;:; the above church. :;!! : 2. Wednesday night at 7:45, Memorial Service will ;:;:held. Elder Clarence Warren, host pastor, will deliver;:;: th e Ment0rial Sermon. His No. 3 Choir and No. 1 :;:;: Ushets will serve. Grand officers in uniform will form a ;:;: processio n into the church. A reception will follow. 3. Thursday morning, the business session will begin I at 10 A.M. j)j\ : 4. Thursday afternoon at 3 P.M., the business session:;:; 'II f .... ;:;:; WI con mue. :;:; ::::: :::: 5. ThursdaY. night at 7:45, the Achievement Night il!l: Program will be held. Religious, fraternal, business and 1:1: :;:;; civic'leaders will be honored. Rev. Lester Carter, pastor :;:; of New Mt. Zion M.B. Church, Tampa, will deliver the :;:;: Night Message. His -Gospel Chorus and 1:1: :;:;; Purple Lily Usher Board will serve. ::;:; I I till! 6. Friday morning at 10 A.M., the business session m j:i: will continue. I I 7. Friday afternoon from 2-4 P.M., the Councils, un-i:l: der the leadership Of Mrs. Larena Alien, State Director, will stage their annual program ill:: 8. Friday night at 7:45 P.M., the ;:;: Program will be held. Rev. James H. Howell, pastor ;:;: St. Matthews M.B. Chore._, Tampa, will deliver iJ Address. His Mass Choir and the No. 2 Usher Board will serve. ;:;; 9. Friday night, the Councils will stage tbeir Annual ;:;; Rainbow Tea. The tea will be held in tbe basement of !l!i Mt. Moriah. Tbe ladies will be dressed in tbeir evening attire and tbe crowning of "Miss Lily White" will be ;:;!. staged. I w 10. Saturday morning at 10 A.M., the business E$ session will continue Also, beginning at 10 A.M. until ::;:;. all contestants are finished, Youth Day under the direc'. ... ;;:;i lion of Mrs. Ethel Broadnax, State Director and the Annual Oratorical Contest featuring junior members ;:;:; will be beld Ms. Alma Purify, president. At 12. :;:: ;:;:;noon, the business will conclude. ::;: I I HOTLEY McDONALD, Chief Field Marshal Tampa MRS. LARENA ALLF;N, State Director of Lily White Councils Ocala MRS. ETHEL M. BROADNAX, State Junior Director Tampa ll._ Saturday morning, also, beginning at 10 A.M., i :;:;: the Royal Court convention will be beld under the direc::;: tion of Mrs. P-earl Washington. HEADQUARTERS AND ROOM ASSIGNMENTS All delegates upon arrival should gb directly to Mt. Moriah P .B. Church, 1225 Nebraska Ave. for room assignments from the official committee. All receptions will be held in tbe church basement ___

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Services were spiritually all churches in the comm un ity -"ir8 ,. high at lrn __ SERVICE posts. The lessons were Jones, 29, Tampa. In_ With reviewed by the pastor. The Elijah Battle, Jr., 20, MacTHE MAJESTIC$ officers led the devotion. The Dill Air Force Base, and Jact.. THE SMARTIES (ii choirs and ushers were at their queline Pamela Brown, 26, APRIL. 5, 1985 At 7:30P.M. Tampa. The Smarties president, Audrey Spotford was hostess at the posts, and the pastors preachF b ed out of their souls at all the Dexter Roderick Hame ruary meeting at her home. The members made plans for M mond, 25, Tampa, and Brenda their annual "Feast of Foods" which will be an event of1 April servtces. any vtsttors wor-13 28 h shiped at all services. Joyce Mitchell, 23, TIUllpa. at 17 20t St., Mrs. Spotford's home. Foods will be ready COL.L.EGE HIL.L. MINNONITI CHURCH 3506 Machado (Cor. 28th & Machado) GuydeU Buvos Maxfield II, at 5 p : m. Please pray for the sick and 26, Tampa, and Selinda Merle Smarties enjoying declicious foods and activities were: the shut-ins. Grover, 24, Seffner. Gloria Lovett, Larraine Williams, Carolyn Williams, Mildred COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 6414 North 30th Street ''HE IS RISEN'' Come Out And Worship At Our ANNUAL EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE SUNDAY, APRIL 7 At 5:30A.M. BISHOP W. E. DAVIS, Pastor ELDER CHARLES DAVIS, Assistant Pastor EASTER EMPHASIS "LEAD ME TO CALVARY" APRIL 3 5, 1985, 7:30P.M. PEACE PROGR(SSIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 2628 E. Lake A venue fLDIER JOSIEPH JIEFFIERSON .. Pastor WEDNESDAY PROGRESSIVE VOICES OF PEACE NO. I USHE.RS THURSDAY JEFFERSON ENSEMBLE NO. II USHERS COMMUNION And FEET WASHING RITES FRIDAY MASS CHOIR MASS USHER BOARD REDEDICATION NIGHT Lucas Marcelin, 33, Tampa, Williams, Elouise Bell, Chrizzell Davis, Ruth Walker and Earand Ruthie Mae Granberry, tha Lewis. Smartie Dorothy Clemons was sent get well wishes 28 T Other guests were: Claude Rhanes, Howard Spotford, Willie ampa. Edwin Eustias Beckham, Williams, Marion Walker, Donald Lewis, Betty Thompkins 31, Tampa, and Yolanda and Janice Daniels of Melborne, Alice and Terrell Fullmore, Denise Jones, 25, Tampa. Cecil Walker, Gloria Golloway, Yvonne and Darryl Barnes, Samuel Lewis, 42, Tampa, and Gloria J. Sims. and Willie Mae Wells, 34, The March meeting was held at the Grove Circle home of Tampa. Dorothy Clemons.Final plans were completed for their "Feast James Green, Jr., 24, Tam-of Foods." Secret pal night was held with everyone receiving pa, and Patricia Ann Greene, gifts. Carolyn Williams was the bi_rthday celebrant. 23 T Soul foods were enjoyed by Audrey Spotford, Eartha Lewis, ampa. Dieuvieu Eristma, 37, GibGloria Lovett, Elouise BeD, Mildred and Willie Williams, Larsoilton, and Elizabeth Louise raine Williams, Howard Spotford, Chrizzell Davis, Ruth and Baker, 37, Gibsonton. Marion Walker, Carolyn Williams, Roy Clemons and Marco Fidel Cortez, 25, Nathaniel Dennard. Tampa, and Jamie Surisse Chrizzell Davis will be April's hostess. Sullivan, 19, Tampa. Gloria Lovett is publicity chairman. ROSE OF SHARON SPIRITUAL. CfNTER 2708 23rd A venue 48th. ANNIVERSARY FRI., APR. 5, 7:30P.M. MRS. ROSETTA JUDGE Speaker The Public Is Invited. Wedding ncf Grdutfon (--. Invitations I i '.I. \\ /J ------r INVITATIONS NAPK!N S SOOK.3 The DuPree Press 2121 Main Street Tampa, FL-Ph. 251-4011 BAY CITY BOOSTERS The Bay City Boosters will meet Tuesday, April16, at 7 p.m. at 1710 Grace Street. Mrs. Richardean Padgett will serve as hostess All members are asked to please be present and on time. PIMEG'S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM SunCOI\St PIMEG, Inc. (Program to Increase Minority Engineering Graduates) announces its annual Scholarship Awards Program. Graduating seniors of Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties who plan to enter college in the Summer or Fall, 1985 and major in engineering are encouraged to apply. General criteria are: Choice Of Engineering as a major; Graduating Senior of Hillsborough or Pinellas County Schools; Minimum Grade Point Average of 2.5; Satisfactory Completion of a Minimum of Three Years of Math (Including Algebra) and Science Courses; Satisfactory Completion of a Minimum of Three Years of English/Communication Courses; Recommendation From School Guidance Counselor or Other Appropriate School Personnel. Appliction deadline is AprillS The scholarship program encompasses recruiting, screening and recommending qualified students for the PIMEG, Betty P. Brown and Honeywell Avionics Scholarship Awards. Applica tions are available at the guidance counselor's office in each high school; at tbe Tampa Urban League, 1405 Tampa Park Plaza; and at the PIMEG Office, 412 E. 7th Avenue, Tampa. For additional information call Thelma D. Benton, Coordinator of Scholarship Awards, at 974-2645. The FI..ORIDA MEMORIAl.. COI..I..EGE AMBASSADOR CHORAI..E IN CONCERT THURSDAY, APRIL. 4 At 7:30P.M. GREATER MT. MORIAH PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH At NEW MT. ZION M.S. CHURCH 2511 E. Columbus Drive 1225 Nebraska Avenue Presents THE ROAD TO -CALVARY APRIL 1 Thru APRIL 5, 1985 7:30P.M. CHOIRS And USHIRS MON., MALE CHORUS & MASS CHOIR ........... SR. USHER BOARD TUES., NO. 2 CHOIR .................. :JR. USHER BOARD WED., NO.3 CHORUS ........ ... MARTON THURS., NO. 1 CHOIR ........ SR. USHER BOARD Holy Communion And Feet Washing. FRI., YOUNG ADULT CHOIR ...... MARTON SUNDAY, APRIL 7 SUNRISE SERVICE, 6 A.M. MORNING SERVICE, 11 A.M. EASTER PROGRAM, 4 P.M. ELDER CLARENCE L. WARREN, JR. Will Be Preaching ROOSEVELT WILLIAMS, Conductor REV. LESTERJ. CARTER, SR., Pastor An Appeal Will Be Made For Students And/Or Financial Support From The Tampa Area. ) ON SUNDAY, APRIL 7 At 3:00P.M. THE DIXONAIRES Are Having A BIG MUSICAl.. PROGRAM At TEMPLE HOLINESS CHURCH 2002 15th A venue (At 20th Street) ELDER ROBERT SLEDGE, Pastor On Program Will Be THE DIXONAIRES, HEAVENLY TRUMPETS, GORDONAIRES, SPIRITUAL GOSPEL SINGERS, WILSON BROTHERS, SPRING HILL MALE CHORUS, EDISON ST ARLIGHTS, CAROL MAYES & SISTER, SIS. DIANA PERKINS, KING GOSPEL SINGERS, HOUSE OF PRAYER, MIGHTY STARS OF JOY, ZION TEMPLE GOSPEL SINGERS, SIS. DORIS And Other Groups Are Invited To Attend. KATHY WILLIAMS, Mistress or Ceremonies REV. L. WILLIAMS Will Open The i ,; : ::!2' > = Q. .. .... = Q ;. .... cs = l:ll

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! In Attendance At The Dr. C. B. Ross Educational Building Ground breaking ti .,_;j < fll = Q -= Q = I c "C = < J Pearlie Benton and Catherine Lawrence, Tampa. Osie Gene Proctor of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelsey.

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YOU A HAPPY BIRTHD.AY MISS ROSE Debbie Jacobs of Atlanta, and Josie Green at the Har mony Wind!i Anniversary Program. THE JUNIOR WOMfN AUXILIARY Of VICTORY TABERNACLE M. B. CHURCH 2716 N. 34th Street Presents Its Annual "SEVEN STEPS TO AN EASTER SUNRISE." THURSDAY APR/l4, At 7 :30P. M. The Re-Enactment Of The Event Of The Week Before Eoster Sundoy FRIDAY APRILS, At 7 :30P. M Speaker SIS. MAUDE JACKSON Pastor SIS. JOYCE TUCKER, Junior Women President Please Come Shore With Us VAL TREND A HIP PARD Valtrenda Nicole Hippard SENIORS otlDER .Announcements NOW II From The DuPREE PRESS Fine Printing Since 1944 3 Graduation Packages $34.33 $36.85 $43.25 No Personal Checks 2121 MAIN STREET Tampa. FL_ -Rh._251-!0If EHM & AS PRESENTS MISS FLORIDA FUI.I. FIGURE COMPETITION "An Essence Of Beauty-The Full Figured Woman" THURSDAY, APRIL 4, At 8:00P.M. CURTIS HIXON HALL (Gosporl#lo RoomJ Areas Of Competition: Poise, Projection, Sportswear And Talent Entertainment During The Pageant By Special Guest Artist Moster Of Ceremonies, MR FREDERICK BLACK $.5.00 In Advonce_ Tlclcet Outlets: Contestants: AREA THA fOXWORTH BARBARA HARRIS BfCKYOTfY OLIVE PHILLIP TIAMcCOY ANNIE CLARK Robinson's Optical Center I 1620 N. Nebraska Ave. FATRICIA BROOKS Sharon's Fost Food N. 22nd St. & Buffalo BfVERL Y JORDAN_ LINDA ROBERSON DEIDRA BALDWIN DELISIA STEWART MARY SULLIVAN celebrated her birthday March 31, with friends and relatives at a party. Her parents are Valerie and Michael, and she is the granddaughter of Arthur and Barbara Randolph, and Ruth and Johnny Hippard. Twila Turner was 11, March 29. Twila is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlem (Eleanor) Turner, and the granddaughter of Mr. Charlie Thomas, Mrs. Cora McNeal and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas TWILA TURNER (Christine) Turner. She is the great granddaughter of Mr. Charlie Thomas Sr. of Nor man, OK. Twila is a 5th grader at Kenly Elementary School. Her birthday party was Satur day with family and friends. LEN VERNON Birthday greetings are sent out today to Len Shannon Vernon. Len will spend this special day with his family, friends and a very special friend, Yolette Fullwood. Happy Birthday Len. 1rs ROSE CRUTCHFIELD ON DEAN'S LIST Nadia M. Kei-wat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mohamed Kerwat, 4803 S. Himes, has attained Dean's List status, the second highest recognition for academic achievement for the fall term at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont. Students who receive this designation at Middlebury must have earned four B's or better during the semester NAVY REUNION The WWII Aircraft Carrier U .S .S. Cowpens will hold its annual reunion June 19, at Cowpens, South Carolina. Any CV; CVL, Or CVE personnel should write to Ray F. Baxter, 906 Palmer Street, Chester, PA. 19013 or Call (215) 494-5545 for details and newsletter. MORTGAGE BURNING SERVICE REV. J.W. DEERING Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 604 W. Ball Street, Plant City, held its Church Building Mort gate Burning Service Sunday. The Rev. Burl Robinson, pastor of Winston Baptist Church in Lakeland preached the sermon. The church paid out its building indebtedness in December 1984. The church's assets value $310,000. Pastor J. W. Deering says, "This building project would have been impossible without the expertise of a consultant from the Stewardship Commission of the Southern Baptist Conven tion, Nashville, leading us in a capital fund-raising program called Together We Build. We did not miss a month supporting our mission causes while paying for the land and building." Save Time Phone Your News 248-1921 :I. t =-IS. = I'll

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II) 1)0 Q'l ..... M' ...:l =r: =.., < ..: < Q 00 ;J E-o LEGS & WINGS BAKING HENS 891b. Golden Fat Western Beef Western Shoulder Tender Beef Tender Ful Cut CHUCK ROUND CHUCK ROUND ROAST ROAST STEAKS STEAKS $11! $13! $13! $1'! Lykes Reg. or BEEF WIENERS 99c Lykes Reg. or Beef SLICED BOLOGNA $129 Williamsburg, Va. Pure PORK SAUSAGE 99c 1-Lb. Roll All Lean CUBE STEAKS. $189 lb. Fresh .Whole FRYERS. .Smoked PICNIC HAMS Whole or Half TENDERIZED HAM ATTENTION CHURCH GROUPS, RESTAURANTS and CIVIC large Whole SPARE RIBS Baby 3 lbs. & Down SPARE RIBS Fresh Pork NECK BONES Fresh lean PIG EARS Fresh lean PIG TAILS CASE SALES! Fresh Small PIG FEET 1A Pork Loin PORK CHOPS $119 lb. CEITER $169 CUT lb. Meaty Pork NECK BONES 30 lb. case t23.7S large Meaty TURKEY NECKS 30 lb. case Select Westem OX TAILS 30 lb. case $9.95 lean First Cut PORK CHOPS 30 lb. case $13.25 Fresh Western Hog CHITTLINS 30 lb. case $13.95 Hickory Smoked SAUSAGE 30 lb. case $10.50 Dubuque SPICED HAM Fresh Western Hog CHinLINS 10 lb. PAIL 30 lb. case S 10.50 20 lb. case S 17 .IS 10 lb. Box $10.75 10 lb. Pail. $3 99 10 lb. .$1 6 lb. Can $1.75 Delight 39( Merico Homestyle or Citrus Hill100% Pure IUTTERMILKS loz. $1 ORANGE $139'h,al. 'lb M argar1 ne Quarters -1 BISCUITS cans -.;: JUICE ctn. ; ,' ..... ORE-tDA Shoestring 99 ( Country Fresh Grade "A;, 4 9 Ozark Valley Frozen : POT A TOES 20 Ol. lfla Doz. EGGS ._.small MEAT POT 4 For. 99' Martha White FLOUR Sib. 79( Bag E Onde Ben's CONVERTED RICE 10 lb. $4 99 : : Schafer Sprite, Tab Diet or Reg. -BEER 6 12oz$149 COCA-COLA cans Reg. or Iodized MORTON'S SALT 3 BOXES $1 louisiana HOT SAUCE 4 6-oz. $1 Bottles 3 Quart $ Bottles Plus I Showboat PORI and BEAlS 3 r.:. $1 JiHy CORN MUFFIN 4 a. $1 No. 1 Fresh Fresh ICEBERG LETTUCE WHITE POTATOES 10ib. $129 Bag Ripe STRAWBERRIES Purina DOG CHOW IIISTAIIT COFFEE 30 lb. $699 $399 OL Bag 1ar Imported CORNED BEEF 89( 12oL can RITZ Iberia CRACKERS :..c: $129 39 .. Table Treat Cut GREEII BEAIIS 3 303 $1 Cans CIGAREnE LIGHTERS 3 FOR $1 ;; oo'Gi:O"oo 4 Tall $1 Cans Spanish Style TOMATO SAUCE 4 a-oz. $1 '--cans White SEEDLESS GRAPES 89(1b. Tender YELLOW SQUASH 29(1b. Fresh COLLARD GREENS

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Marion Rodgers, Sam Horton and Sweetrix William at Mrs. Dora Reeder's Retirement Reception. Sandra Hector at the Urban League After Fashion Show Affair. ST. MATTHEW Cordially Invites You To Our Annual CORONATION BALL THURSDAY, EVENING, APRIL 4 At 7 :00P. M. Come See Who Will Be Crowned King and Queen Of S.t. Matthew Center, 1985. Music By: JANICE NUNN NILSON Guest Spealrer: MRS. CINDY ADAM SHRINER fMastera Degree In PsychalcrgyJ Entertainment By: Coffee N' Cream Of St. Matthew SchDDI I ... RINA Yl WIGGINS President P. T.F. And Prcrgra;rt Chairperson. : JIRMAINI HO,.ICINS NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTEI{JFICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned John Heath, intends to register the fictitious trade name, Florida Construction Consultants with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough County, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statues, 1953: that the under signed intends to engage in the of Consulting, at 1005 Platt Street, Tampa, Florida. Dated this 28 day of March, 1985. John Heath Sole Owner NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned John Heath, intends to register fictitious trade name, Tampa Home Inspec tional Services, with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: that the under. signed intends to engage in the business of Home Inspection, at 1005 Platt Street, Tampa, Florida. Dated this 28 day of March, 1985. John Heath Sole Owner STOPII I.O.OK LISTENI WHAT: THE ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT WHERE: CYRUS GREEN PARK BUFFALO AVE. & 22ND ST. WHEN: MON., APRILS, 1985 TIME: 4:00 p.M. SPONSORED BY: PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME PRIZES WILL BE A WARDED TO THE KID FINDING THE GOLD. SILVER OR RED EGG. f = : = fD I = = !' = -= = =" -rll :r fD a. > = a. :L I f :r

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J ,IJ Entertainment WHERE THE ACTION IS ... BY ALBERT LEE doors have just opened at NEW LOUNGE, 614 Nebriska Ave and a treat is waiting for you at this popular spot. Manager John says this is where the in crowd gathers. They welcome large groups for disco dancing and if you like dining. The old gang is back in action serving the happy peo ple. The Foxy Flossie, the sw inging Fannie, the cool Betty and a host of others. The place is completely remodeled and there's plenty of parking space. Make a note to be at the MANILA LOUNGE, tonight, Wednesday and Thursday. The Wednesday night Manager's Special is a gas. Don't miss it. Wild disco by the "Almighty" FLOYD JOY, will keep you dancing the night away Many of the patrons enjoying the action were the lovely Felicia Alford, Jennifer Williams, Sylvia Long, James Green, Tony Kildred and Vera Brown. Thursday night from 9 p.m. til 11 p.m. it's St. Pete Sexes For Males Only. It's dynamite. On the Ybor City circuit, on 4th Ave. is the BLUE DIA MOND :COUNGE, where they have all kinds of action going on every night. Their most famous night is Wednesday when the door prizes and free food are featured. Scrap Iron "MAMA" and the shining star Mary Brown are serving the happy crowd. See Kenny and Nino for your every need. Remember, they have disco by the cool Super Larry. The small specialty restaurants often become the favorites of their customers. One of these is TED'S DINER on Main St. They feature the soul food that is so popular in today s cuisine. Many hun dreds of people are saying ''I like it". The lovely ones to serve you are Irene, Doll, Sabrina, Tracy and Myra. Ted says come on in. The NITER LITER is off and running with good disco and you can meet your friends there. They have everything to make you happy. So come on in and dance the night away. See you next week and tell a friend where the action is ..... Philip Bailey Video From Releases 'Chinese Second Wall' Columbia recording arti s t Philip Bailey has released a promotional video of the third s ingle, "Walking On The Chine se Wall, from his Gold-plu s LP, Chine s e Wall The "Walking On The Chin es e Wall" vid eo portray s Bailey a mid s t a dream like col l age o f Oriental work e r s, a proverbia l Chinese "wiseman and th e s low mo tion movem e nt o f a fallin g Chin g Writt e n a nd dir e ct e d by Duncan Gibbins ( c r edits: Wham, Glen Frey, Eurythmics) and produced b y Beth Broday and Stephen Buck, "Walking On The Chine s e Wall" s e ems to cap ture the natural beauty and ageo ld mystery of the Chine s e country s ide .. despite the fact that it was filmed in Malibu. Bailey's low key delivery con trast s with the fluid martial arts movements of the Orien tal dancers. The video is made even more intriguing by the creative use of bright and sub dued lighting; emphasizing a Ying/Yang sensibility. Chinese Wall, produced by Phil Collins, is Bailey's second solo album and includes the No. l single, "Easy tover," (Columbia's first single in PHILIP BAILEY 1985) a duet by Bailey and Collins. Best known for his fourteen years with Earth, Wind and Fire, Bailey has established himself as a dynamic solo performer and a creative musical force. He is currently on a European pro motional tour slated to cover France, Holland, Germany and enn Jones To 'Bring Back Your Love' On Video GLENN JONES NEW YORK -RCA re cording artist Glenn Jones has completed his first video, "Bring Back Your Love." The clip is for his second single from his latest RCA album Finesse. The "Bring Back Your /.ove" video was directed by Luis Aira, who has pre v iously worked on videos for many ar tist s including Kashif. The storyline follows the lyrics of the s ong, as summed up in the title In one scene, Jones i s seen being rejected by his girl. He is determined, however, to get her back and the rest of the video shows his persistenc e by means of s urreal, high-tech imagery that play s to both s inger' s and viewer s ima g ina tions. The s ong i s a s low ballad and Jones must work e s pecially hard at conv e ying the feeling in his l yrics while maintaining vis ual interest. Luckily, his acting skills ar e up to the ta s k a nd hardly s urpri s ing in light o f th e recent anno uncement tha t he will s t a r in "Sing Mahalia Sing, "a g os p e l mus i ca l b ase d o n the lif e of Mahalia Jack son. Jones' music ca reer beg an on the gos p e l circuit, w h ere h e a pp eare d with s uch legend s as James Cleveland, Shirley Ceasar, a nd the Mighty Clouds of Joy H e ha s s ince c r oss ed o ver naturall y to the secular m a rket, a s evidenc e d b y his d e but RCA album Fveryhody I. oves A Winner, finese, and his fir s t hit s ingle, "Sholl" ,\1e." The "/Jring Back )'' our /.ove" clip has already been AUTO UP TO 25" DISCOUNT "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4.SOJ Nebraalca 238-88J4 Ain't Misbehavin' Offers Good Entertainment For The Audience BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Hurry up folks! This will be the last weekend, April 4-7, to catch Stageworks production of Ain't Misbehavin' at the Ital i an Club. This is a musical play which features the hit tunes of Fats Waller; during the time when the Cotton Club was popular among many up and coming jazz musicians, singers, and dancers. Although this might be con sidered an amateur production by some professing to have higher standards, Ain't Misbehavin' is very entertain ing. The cast and crew make it a very enjoyable play. Perhaps it's the setting. The Italian Club, located at 1731 E 7th Ave., has been renovated by members of Artsfusion -a community performing arts and visual arts association. Stageworks and Susan Taylor and Company are Artsfusion companies in residence at the Italian Club. The small theatre has tables set up for parties of four or six, instead of the usual rows of seating which face the stage. For Ain't Misbehavin ', the audience is allowed to snack on popcorn and pur chase beverages. GLORIA BAILEY AND This provides a casual set ting and gives a feeling that the performers are performing just for each person in the au dience. It brings the audience closer to the stage, closer to the actors; and allows for more one-on-one eye contact. At times, the individual voice of each cast member was drowned out when they s together. But when featured as a solo Gloria Bailey's, Clayton Grant's, Danny Her nandez's, LeRoy "Mitch" Mitchell, Jr.'s, Laurie Powers', Stephanie Roberts', and Faye Washington's talent came through clear and strong Of course we can not fo the fine piano playing of Kitty Daniels, the rhythmic beating from drummer M Shabazz, and the clea 1trumpet playing from David J Herring. Not only did the music and singing draw toe-tapping and hand-clapping responses from the audience, there was also a generous mixture of comedy The cast worked well together. Seeing Ain't Misbehavin' is' an enjoyable way to spend an ; evening at the Italian Club. So catch the remaining perfor mances, which will run Thurs day through Sunday, beginn ; ing at 8:15p.m. Stevie Prompts Wonder's Remark Ban By South Africa JOHANNESBURG, South Africa ..!.: The government-run South African Broadcasting Corp. announced Tuesday it will no longer play Stevie Wonder's music because of a remark the singer-songwriter made when he won an Oscar. Wonder said Monday night that he accepted the award "in the name of Nelson Mandela,'' the best-known black prisoner of South accepted by VH-l and the Black Entertainment TV net work. Africa's apartheid system of white-minority rule. Mandela, 66, is a former Johannesburg lawyer who became a black-rights leader and was sentenced to life in prison in 1964 for planning "sabotage to overthrow" white domination. Wonder won his Oscar for best movie song for his hit I Just Called To Say I Love You, written for the film Woman In Red. South African Broadcasting controls all radio and televi sion programs. .. ...

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PISCES 29-March 20): Your keen tuitive (acuities give you an sight into the needs of you associate with. Byron Home Allen At Finds Universal A New Studios Comedian Byron Allen has become one of pop music's hottest opening acts, touring with Lionel Richie, the Pointer Sisters and Kenny Rogers, or as he puts it, "letting them close my show." Now the soon-to-be 24 year old comic has moved into offices at Universal Studios, where he is writing his first film to star in In expressing his excitement about this major career move, Byron stated: "When 'Real People' was cancelled, American Express called and said, 'Leave home without it'. Now that I'm at Universal, I understand Karl Malden wants to have lunch." "The only problem," adds Allen, "is that they gave me an office in the building where they shot "Psycho" and I have to drive past "Jaws" to get there." Allen's pact with MCA/Universal comes in his career atter 10 years of up com dey, a successful 5 run of "Real People" and number of U.S. tours openi for many top music industry. 248 .. 1921 SENTINEL'S TOP 10 SINGLES 1. We Are The World ... USA For Africa 2. Nightshift .... -.... Commodores 3. ToniKht ............ Ready For The World 4. Missing you ................... Diana Ross 5. Private Dancer .............. Tina Turner 6. The Men All Pause .......... Klymaxx 7. Be Your Man ................. Jesse Johnson 8. Til My Baby Comes Home .......... Luther Vandross 9. Outta The World ................ Ashford & Simpson 10. Lovergirl ................... Teena Marie

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o-lr : Pet Gifts For Easter ANOTHER i Absentee Ballots Available Could Mean Trouble VIEW Absentee (Continued From Page 4) available for the County ComThere will be Democratic The H.umane Society of Tampa Bay and the Hillsborough County Animal Control warn that baby chicks, ducks, and bunnies, so popular as gifts during the Easter season, can mean trou ble for the following reasons: small and delicate, these baby animals are often or abused by young children, resulting in unintentional cruelties many are victims of neglect due to careless owners who are unprepared to provide the special diets and controlled temperatures these fragile animals require. some may be carriers of salmonella -a stomach and intestinal disease which can be severe, especially in young are not the cute, cuddly novelties they once were and many end up being abandoned or turned over to animal shelters. The Humane Society of Tampa Bay and the Hillsborough County Animal Control recommend that peo ple not purchase or give live baby animals as Easter gifts. A child who is delighted with an Easter pet will be equaliy upset if the animal dies because of improper care and handling. The giving of a stuffed toy is an enjoyable alternative that can prevent Easter cruelty. EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES Dr. Wallace Hay OPTOMETRIST who brag that they have a gun. mission runoff election runoffs in County Commis. Those who don't carry the scheduled for April 9 in sion District 1 between Ron guns, will usually have a big Hillsborough County. Voters Glickman and C. Wayne pocket knife. Like the gun should take particular notice Richards, in District 2 between toters, they make it known that this is two days after Pam Iorio and Carolyn! that they carry a big knife, and Easter and if they will be away Meeker, and in District 4 bettheir favorite saying is "I will from the County on Election ween David A. Jones and cut your throat." Day, they should arrange to Gary In od l 2i vote absentee before hand. <' 1':', ),...rrc While many people who a Republican carry guns and knives are just Absentee voters may vote in between Janet blowing off hot air, some are Room 199 o( the Hillsborough Dougherty and Donald R. dead serious about using these County Courthouse in Tampa (Don) Meade. There are no weapons. or in Room 3 of the Plant City run-offs in Commission l believe it is generally conCounty Office Building until5 District 3. ceived that the Tampa Poliee p.m. on Monday, April 8th. Department's relationship County offices will be closed with the Black community has for Spring Holiday on Friday, improved. I also believe the AJ)ril 5. Absentee voters who department is doing a much .. prefer to have a : .,allot mailed better job of protecting Black to them should call 272-5850 Completed absentee ballots must be returned to the Elections Office by 7 p.m. election night if they are to be included ; with the election returns. communities, but the depart ment can't do it alone. MRS. FAYE children: Paying Customers & Medicaid Accepted 876-8491 The people who live in these communities must become in volved in helping to curb this course of self destruction. SPIRITUALIST READER g once mature, these 0:: chickens, ducks, and rabbits 1 .9_4!) yy. Ave. we owe our children a community that is free of drugs and crime. We owe our children a neighborhood that is safe and wholesome to grow up in. We owe it to our c r-. 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.1:1 I "C .1:1 fl.l -id: = i = I li Teachers Openings May Interview In Florida, For Georgia Teachers looking for work, whether for their first time or wishing to relocate, may inter view with representatives from 24 school districts in Florida and Georgia on Friday, April 19, at the University of South Florida USF's Tampa campus placement office will sponsor its annual Teacher Career Day 1-6 p.m., April 19, in the University Center Ballroom. Betty Combee, career advisor for the Career Resource Center, estimates that nearly 2000 teaching positions, many in the Hillsboro County, are available in the 23 interviewing districts Pinellas has about 200 open ings, Broward, 500, Polk, 150, Duval, 500 and Atlanta, Ga.; 150, she said. Interviews with district representatives will be schedul ed on a first come, first served basis. Districts represented by placement officers include the following Florida counJies: Broward, Sarasota, Indian River, Polk, Brevard Palm Beach, Citrus, Hardee, Her nando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Manatee, Monroe, Orange, Volusia, Osceola, Pinellas, Bay, Duval and Lake. Georgia counties sending representatives are DeKalb, Waycross, Glenn and Houston. All local colleges and universities with education programs have been advised of the Career Day opportunity. Teachers interested 'in more in formation can call Combee at USF in Tampa, 974-2171. USF Offers Degree In Nursing Home Administration The University of South efforts are being made to Florida Department of Geronassure professionalism and tology is now offering a degree quality care in the nursing in nursing home administra. home field." tion, one of the few such proRich said the curriculum at grams in the country, Dr. USF combines gerontological Thomas Rich, chairman of the studies with business courses department has announced. to give students a weli"This is extremely signifirounded approach to mamig cant, particularly in light of reing long-term care facilities. cent negative publicity about He said students in the pro nursing home gram have the opportunity to administration," said Rich. compete for scholarships and "Establishment of a program to be paid for field-work 'ex in this area demonstrates that Hours: Mon.-Sat. lOAM9 PM Sunday Noon-6 PM Course At Openings Brewster The Brewster Campus of the Erwin Vocational and Technical School has im mediate openings in Building Maintenance Training and Home Health Aide /Nurse Aide Training Programs. The Building Maintenance Course is designed to prepare students for basic job require ment in carpentry, masonry, plumbing, painting, and elec trical maintenance for employ ment in apartment complexes, condominiums, City, State and County Maintenance Departments The Home. Health Aide/Nurse training prognim is designed to provide the stuc dent with the knowledge and skills required to care for the ill and infirm under the super vision of a visiting health nurse and/or agency poliCies, in the client's home and in the hospital. For more information, please visit or call 105 W. Ross Avenue, 273-9240. a national network of nursing homes, is already underwriting a scholarship program and providing training oppor tunities, Rich said. Similar af" filiations with other nursing home organizations are ex pected, he added. Persons interested in more information about the nursing home 'administration program at USF should write Dr. Thomas Rich of Board Of Regents Names Dr Humphries FAMU Prexy The Board of Regents Friday officially hired Dr. Frederick Humphries as president of Florida A&M University; Humphries' appointment as F AMU president was ap proved without debate. A 1957 FAMU graduate who is tt president of predominantly black Tennessee State Univer sity in Nashville, he had the fervent backing of many FAMU faculty members, students, alumni and black state legislators. Humphries, 49, did not at DR. FREDERICK HUMPHRIES tend the meeting He will visit succeed President Walter the campus in April and will Smith sometime this year. 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f 1 f\{ IIOI( < .L I] _il..._ JNr -]f) ,r 7 J(l.Hl 1 / RANDOLPH f-Cal Peete The Players Champion .c I .. "CS = < They were all there. The greatest golfers in the game to day. The establishment folks like Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Andy Bean, Greg Norman, Seve Ballesteros, and all the rest of the big names in pro golf were gathered in Ponte Verdra. The occasion was the annual Tour nament Players Champion ship The tournament paid $162,000 to the winner along with a $75,000 worth of Waterford Crystal and a ten CALVIN PEETE year exemption from having to qualify to play in any PGA tournament. Among the field of golfers seeking that cham pionship was a man once referred to as the most suePeete is now the official cham cessful black to play golf pion of A-L-L the tournament Calvin Peete. players. Peete, who won over Little did anybody know, 1 Y2 million dollars in his but Calvin Peete, a black from career on the tour, raised his Ft. Myers would put on a golf1985 earnings to over ing clinic enroute to a record $270,000. Peete also establish-breaking, winning perfor-ed himself as one of the Calvin's four day total players to beat in the upcom-o-f--2---4was 14 under par and a ing Masters Golf Tournament, new tournament record. one Peete would love to win. Since he has been on tour, At one time, Peete was is known for his uncanclassified as the most sue accuracy in keeping his cessful black golfer ever on the ve in the fairway and gettour. Today, Peete is referred to the green in regulation. to as one of the most sue driving distance and putcessful golfers on the tour be were questionable. Over he black, white, yellow or the past two Peete has some other color. People have improved in both aspects of come to realize that Peete is the golf game. one of the top ten golfers in Peete opened Sunday, the the world. final day of the touniament, The past two years, Peete locked in a three-way tie with has been among the top five his playing partners, D.A. golf money winners. Over the Weibring and Hale Irwin. past four years, Peete has been Peete served notice on the very the most consistent winner on first hole that the day belongthe tour and last year, won the to him. He birdied the first Vardon Trophy for 1984. His go 9 under and that accomplishments continues to Peete faulted only on two where he recorded one over par bogeys, but made up for that by rolling in 8 birdies the course of the day. When the dust had cleared, Peete had pocketed ttie $162,000 first place money, set a tournament record, won the respect of the few doubters left and buried the bull that he can't putt. In the TPC, Cal mount. Peete is known as a warm weather golfer and he usually starts out slow and warms up during the summer months. Calvin got off to a blazing start in 1985. Already he has won two tournaments. Peete has now set his sights on the Masters and will only play one tournament prior to the Masters. Peete in tends to make 1985 a year to remember on the PGA Tour. 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 CALL TONY VECCHIO 258-6161 T&M BUILDERS-2104 E. 7th AVE. ACROSS FROM COLUMBJA REST AU RANT When you think of records being set for the University of South Florida basketball team, you naturally think of forward Charlie Bradley. This season, however, a number of Bulls hit the record books -as South Florida posted an 18-12 record, its fifth straight win ning season and made its third appearance in the National In vitational Tournament in the last five years. Bradley, of course, got into the act, finishing his South Florida career as both the school and conference leader CURTIS KITCHEN in points, In all, the Tampa native set 14 USF records and 10 Sun Belt Conference marks. Bradley became the SBC's all-time scoring leader in New York's Madison Square Garden in late January and closed his career with 2,319 points, a figure that is sure to stand for quite some time. Center Curtis Kitchen put his name in the USF record books in three categories. The 6'9" junior establish_ed records for blocked shot in a game (8), season (72) and in a career (168). His eight blocks in the NIT first-round game against Wake Forest was one off the tournament record held by Ralph Sampson. Guard Tommy Tonelli was another record setting Bull in '84-85. Tonelli became the school's single season assist leader, handing out 179 which led the Sun Belt. Tonelli is sure to become the career leader in that category next year, as he needs only 12 assists to break that record. As a team, South Florida also established some new marks. The second round NIT game at Louisville drew 19,042, the largest crowd ever to view a USF game. That crowd broke the record NOW! NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAYS 8 P.M. MATINEES, MON., WED., SAT. 12:45 N O M I N O R S I R l 18 DINE AT DERBY CLUB DERBY LANE ST. PETERSBURG CHARLIE BRADLEY established earlier in the year when 16,781 fans saw UAB edge the Bulls by one point in Birmingham. The '84-85 Bulls also post the school's 200th victory, a 75-67 victory over Radford in the regular season finale. A 77-66 victory over Wake Forest in the first-round of the NIT was also the Bulls first win over an Atlantic Coast Conference team in 12 tries. Bulls were picked to finish seventh in the eight-team Sun Belt Conference, but fourth. One of those con' ference victories came at the expense of nationally ranked Virginia Commonwealth which marked only the second time a USF team had beaten a : ranked team. The '84-85 team also became the third South Florida team to compete in the NIT in the last five years and the team advanced to the se cond round of the tourney for only the second time ever Of all the records though, c the 18-12 season mark should be the most memorable. The TOM TONELLi Amateur Boxers Converge On Tampa Amateur boxers from all over the state will converge on Tampa Friday night, April 5, for the first in a series of monthly boxing shows spon sored by the Future Cham pions Amateur Boxing Club of Tampa. Bouts will begin at 8 p.m. in the Gasparilla Room at Curtis Hixon Hall in downtown Tampa. 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Calvin Record, Peete Credits Sets Course His Caddy PONTE VEDRA BEACH -Calvin Peete wasn't content simply to rip apart the field rewrite the record book Sunday at the $900,000 Tour Players ChampionHe also destroyed three opular myths about his Hen-underrated game. They said Peete can't putt. said he can't hit with the big boys. They said he won't take risks, that he's content merely to keep his ball on the short grass. So where were they when Peete sank a 25-foot putt on No. I for the first of his eight birdies Sunday? Or when he reached the green in two at the 511-yard second hole and two for birdie? Or when he the gap through a couple at the lOth hole, refusing sit on a 3-shot cushion? For Peete, it added up to a final-round 66, a course record total of 14-under-par 274 and a .3-shot victory over D.A. Weibring. Peete played both the front and back nines under par during each of the four rounds, another first for this event in four years at Tournament Players Club. "It was his day," said Hale Irwin, who Sunday faded with a 75. "I could have had every good bounce and every good break there was, and I wasn't going to beat Cal." "The man is a machine," said Weibring, who shot 69 after tying Peete and Irwin for the third-round lead. "He drives the ball, hits his irons and never backed off the flags tick all day." Peete's arsenal was as deep as it was deadly. Only two of his drives strayed off the fair way, and he escaped with pars on both occasions. He used his irons to set up birdie chances of 6 feet or less on three of his last seven holes. Peete drop ped all three putts, along with an 18-footer, a 20-footer and a pair of 25-footers. He also two-putted from 60 feet for another birdie on the par-five second hole. "Under the circumstances," Peete said, "this has got to be The Next Wave Salon Has Relocated To 1916% W. Cass -(1 Blk. E. of Howard Ave.) Call For Appt. 251-5536 Plenty Free Parking Easter Specials 20 OJo OFF ALL SERVICES Effective Until April 6th MANILA LOUNGE 2620 E 7TH AVE. ............. PRESENTS THE ST. PETE ALL FEMALE SEXIST REVUE THURS., APRIL 4TH 9P.M. Tilll P.M. MALES ONI. Y my best round of golf ever." It was worth a career-high $162,000 payday, a 10-year ex emption from PGA Tour events and a 59 piece Water ford crystal set valued at $75,000. Peete figures it also fulfilled his goal of winning a major championship, even though the TPC is generally ranked a notch or two below the Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA. "I feel this is just as much a major championship as the ones we all call champion ships," said Peete, a 41-year old Fort Myers resident. "This has got to be the strongest field of any we see all year. If there's any tournament that should be called a major, this should be the one." Peete feels he has "another good 10 years" on the tour ahead of him, and he's already looking forward to joining the Seniors Tour. But if he never makes another birdie, Peete's will still be one of sports' all time comeback stories. You probably know that Peete is a former migrant farm worker, one of 19 children by two marriages; that he can't straighten his left arm because of a childhood accident; that he never picked up a golf club until age 23. But you may not know that he's the tour's biggest winner since 1982, with nine of his 10 victories coming over the 21 months. In his 10 years on tour, Peete has won more than $1.5-million more than $1-million in the past three years alone. Not bad for a guy who sup posedly can't putt. "That's another rumor I don't understand," Peete said. "I think I'm a great put ter! You don't win 10 tour naments not making putts. But I'd have to say my putting this week was extremely good. In fact, I'd have to say this week in Phoenix (site of his other '85 victory) have got to be my best overall putting weeks since I've been on tour.'' Peete three putted the sever ly sloped fourth green for one of his two bogeys, momentari ly taking him out of the lead. But on the back nine he need ed only 12 putts, and only 32 strokes total. Much of the credit goes to caddy Adolphus "Golf Ball" Hull, former bag-toter for Raymond Floyd. "I'd have to SP1RITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Discou raged, Influenced By Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Today. Weekdays After 5 P.M. Anytime On Weekends. 1(813) 677-2971 Top Their Rookie? Texans Cast Votes For Olajuwon RICHFIELD, Ohio -A Texas-size campaign is under way to make Houston Rockets' center Akeem Ola juwon the rookie of the year. The stumping began in earnest recently with a barrage of newspaper articles from Dallas and Houston. There may be no catching the front-runner, Bulls' phenom Michael Jordah. Like a politician blitzing through the early primaries, Jordan has swept opponents, media and league officials off their feet with his high-wire act reminiscent of a young Julius Erving. Jordan's potent combina tion of talent and a refreshing, candid presence has charmed the media. Whether in pregame press conference or postgame interview, Jordan has patiently answered every question Packs of sport swriters have descended upon the outgoing rookie, repeat ing queries ad infinitum. Jor dan hasn't wavered. Whenever he has flashed that boyish smile and .let out the little kid in him, the media has eaten it up. "Is he for real?" an Oakland radio broadcaster said after a West Coast press conference earlier this season. "I've never interviewed. anyone like that. He's got something special going for him. Is he like that all the time?" Several minutes later, Jor dan was leaning in an elevator, looking forward to a long nap. "Whew, this is tiring," he said. "But I got to keep on. I'll be okay." Fair or not, Jordan's per sonality gives him an advan tage over Olajuwon. On pure statistics, an argument can be made for either. Which is exactly what the Rockets did last week in mail ing out a comparison sheet to all NBA writiers A writer say Golf Ball is worth a good 60 percent as far as reading putts," Peete sai d "And he does all the club selection, too." MICHAEL JORDAN from the Houston Post called others around the NBA and pointed out why Olajuwon should beat out Jordan. Jordan is second in the NBA in points, fourth in scoring average and fifth in steals. Olajuwon is third in reboun ding and fifth in blocked shots. Jordan leads the Bulls in scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and free-throw percentage. Houston coach Bill Fitch said: "If I had to put a team together for a game and the rule was that the winning coach would live and the los ing coach would die, I would pick Akeem over Jordan. "1 just want to keep on winning," Olajuwon said, "and if the rookie of the year comes too, that's fine. "If I don't get it, I know there will be other honors I can try for in my carrer," Jor dan said. "I would be disap pointed if I didn't win it. I think I having a pretty good year. There can be only one choice. Texas people are c<;>m paring Olajuwon to Jordan while elsewhere Jordan is be ing compared to the best in the game, Larry Bird, and Earvin "Magic" Johnson. Here's there," Boston Celtics' coach K.C. Jones said. "How many games does he have to play to sh ow he belongs in that class? He was there from the time the first ball was thrown up in the first Bulls' game. He's there, and he is going to stay there. Erving has one more criteria. "I think to be compared in that category, you have to turn your team into a championship caliber club," Erving said. "Bird and Magic have led their teams to champion ships. That's something we don't know if Michael can do or not." Jordan certainly is in the class with Bird as a scorer. They are the only two with more than 2,000 points this season. Bird has 2,077 and Jordan has 2,067. ., INC. ICFC025588 "It's Home Improvement Time Again" Sewer Replacement Sewer Cleaning Faucet Leaks Water Heaters Sinks For All Your Plumbing Needs MICHAEL R. REEVES CALL REEVES See Yellow, Pages 238-4348 If :I :I I = = -; = r:r rll :I" Q,

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. I'll = OSEB RO, Funeral services for Mrs. Idella Roseboro of E. Buffalo Ave., formerof 10 W. Baylor Drive, Trenton, N.J., who passed away Friday, March 29th., will be held Thursday, April at 8 P.M., at Union Bap tiSt Church, Trenton, N. J., with Rev. R. Dickson, of ficiating. Interment will be in the Ewing Cemetery, Ewing Township, N. J. Mrs. Roseboro was a native of Hampton, FL, having lived in Trenton, N.J. for many years, before moving to Tampa 3 months ago. She was a Nurse Attendant at State Hospital of Trenton, N. J. Survivors are: 1 brother, Deacon Irving Smith of Trenton, N. J.; 1 sister, Mrs. Mary Hunter of Tampa; a niece, Mrs. Alma Smith of Deerfield Beach, FL; nephews, Mr. Robert Smith, Mr. Ben Smith, Mr. Clifford Smith and wife, Lois, Mr. Elzie Smith and Mr. Jessie Batie all of Trenton, N. J.; and a host of grandmeces, grandnephews, cousins and friends. The remains were reposed at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 p M Monday evening. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME". BRYANT& WIL. LIAMS Survivors include: a devoted son, Mr. James Aldridge, Jr, and wife, Muriel H., of Washington, D. C.; 2 grand daughters, Beverly A. Barnes and husband, Alonzo Barnes, Jr of Tampa, and Donna Aldridge of Washington, D.C.; 3 grandsons, Chris and David Aldridge of Washington, D.C. and Neil Herskovitz of Seattle, Washington; 3 great grandchildren, Leslie, and Alonzo Barnes, Jr. of Tampa; 5 nieces, Mercedes Smith, Althea England, Ber nice Bradley and Roberta Bradley of Tampa, and Joyce Braxton of Poughkeepsie, N. y .; 5 nephews, Ivory and Gerald Hannah of Poughkeepsie, Albert, John and Ralph Bradley of Tampa; 2 sisters-in-law, Lavinia Han nah of Poughkeepsie, and Evelyn Hannah of Newburgh, N. Y., a host of cousins and other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends, among whom are Wilma Hudson, Sally Demmi, Mildred Forte, Rosa Wilson, Evencie Williams, Mable Gyden and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Graham. The re mains reposed at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5:00 P.M. Monday. Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). ANDERSON, COR, NELIUS Funeral services for Mr. Cornelius Anderson who passed, Marett 26, 1985, will be held Thursday, April 4, at 3:30 from Allen Chapel AME Church. Mr. Anderson was a native of Plant City and a veteran of World War II. Survivors include: son, Cor nelius Anderson, Jr. of Tam pa; 1 sister, Lorine Jackson WILSON JOHNSON, MR. MICHAEL Funeral ser vices for Mr. Michael Johnson of 2109 Cypress St. who pass ed away in a local hospital, will be held Wednesday at 1 P.M. at Wilson's Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Robert E : Reese, officiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: his loving mother, Mrs. Betty J. Johnson; stepfather, Herman Gratton; 2 brothers, Horace Burnett and wife, Bobbi, and Anthony all of Tampa; 3 sisters, Jumse and Twala Johnson of Arkan sas, and Angela Johnson of Alabama; devoted maternal grandmother, Mrs. Marie Davis, Tampa; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mildred Martin of Michigan; 9 aunts, Mrs. Marie McLendon, Mrs. Dorothy Davis, Mrs. Georgia Davis. Mrs. Rose Davis, all of Tampa, Mrs. Jean Gist, and Mrs. Doris Smith of Toledo, Ohio 9 uncles, Willie Davis, Davis, John Davis, Billy McLendon, all of Tampa, Bobby Bates, Charles Smith, James Gist, all of Toledo, and George Burnett, Huntsville, AL; 2 nieces, Victoria and Bonita Johnson; 4 nephews, Horace, Jr., Blakley, Jeremy, and Anthony, Jr., all of Tam pa; a host of cousins, relatives and friends. A nahve of Huntsville, AL, Mr. Johnson had resided here for the past 18 years and was a member of Pilgrim Rest M.B. Church of Carver City. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. today at the funeral home and the family will receive friends from 8 until 9 tonight at the funeral home chapel. "A WlLSON'S SERVICE". and husband, James, Plant CiLEE, MOTHER GLADYS ALDRIDGE, MRS. ty; aunt, Elizabeth Robert, LUCILLE-Funeral services DOROTHY H. -Mrs. Plant City; niece, Fay Huggins for Mother Gladys Lucille Dorothy H. Aldridge, 2515 and husband, Orlando;. 3 Lee, 910 E. Humphrey St., Walnut Street, passed away grands, Nemita, Connitna, who passed in a local hospital March 30, 1985 in a local Christine Anderson, Tampa; 2 will be held Wednesday at 1 hospital; Funeral services were devoted friends, Mary Robin-p.M. from the Apostolic 0 conducted Tuesday (today) at son and Earnestine Strickland' Church of Jesus, 2708 E. e il:OO A.M. from the Bethel other devoted nieces, nephews Osborne Ave., with the Elder r AME Church, with the d Th 'II ;;.:. and frien s. e wa Floyd M. Hunt, officiating. r-Pastor, Rev. A. Z. Russ of-repose at SHILOH Interment in the Shady Grove ficiating. Entombment followFUNERAL CHAPEL until Cemetery. Survivors are: sons, w i fe, E dith Tarpon S p ring, Fl., Deac on J oseph B. Lee and wife, Mart h a, Mr. David Lee, Deaco n Peter Lee and wife, Mak r ease, Dallas Texa s and Mr. Pau l A. Lee and wife, Vernell; dau g ht e r Miss i ona r y E th e l Mae Bos ti c k and hu s band Deacon N athan, La r go, Fl' 17 g randchildren, Letitia, Monica, Nathan, Jr., Kimberly, Tiffany, Bobby, Joseph, Jr., Markiest, Erac, Thea, Keith, Ricky, Jannie Mae, David Andrea, Tor rell and Morrell; great grand daughter, Chimerej a number of cousins, saints and friends. A native of Tampa, Mother Lee was the wife of the recently deceased Bishop ,John Henry Lee, Sr. The remains will repose af. the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Tuesday (today). The family will receive friends from 7-8 P.M. "A WILSON'S SER-VICE". MORTUARY ARDLEY, MRS. CARETHA Mrs. Caretha Ardley, age 65, 2237 Potts Road, Tallahassee, Fla., pass ed away March 27 at the Extended Care Facility, T. H. Funeral services were con ducted Sunday, March 31, 1985 at 2:30P.M. from the St. Peter Primitive Baptist' Church. Entombment followed in the St. Peter Cemetery. Mrs. Ardley was a faithful member of St. Peter Primitive Baptist Church and also a member of the Pallbearers Grand Union, Lodge #25. Sur vivors include: her devoted husband, Mr. Roosevelt Ardley; seven daughters, Mary L. Jenkins, Lubertha Davis, Rosa Lee Ardley, Oveta Ardley, Janie Hall, Jos ephine Ardley of Tallahassee and Doretha Ardley of Jack s on ville, Fla.; two sons L e roy and Vernon Dale Ard l e y of Tallahassee; two s isters, Louise Williams of Ta m pa and Emma Washin g t o n of South Carolina; 4 broth e r s, Joe Dennis of Tallahasse e and Curtis Williams of Tallahassee, Henry L eo n of Miami and Carey Dennis of Beaufort, S. C. 11 gr a nd children, 1 great-grandchild; numerous nephews, niece s and other sorrowing relative s and friends. COX-GARY MOR TUARY, INC. 2627 So. Adams St., Tallahassee, Fla. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service, Phone:248-6125 FUNfRALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Roy Williams Funeral Home J4J7 N. Albany Ave. 253-3419 "When Understanding Is Needed Most, AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. ed in the Memorial Park funeral time. Mr. John Henry Lee Jr. and r-Cemtery. Mrs. Aldridge was a We're The Key To '' Bo d Fl 'd nd a 248-1921' wife, Sue, Minister Bobby Fine -rvlce .. ._ 232-8725 i;J longtime resident of Tampa. IN MEMORIAM And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither, sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain. : In memories of our father l and brother, Albert Merell who departed..t!ais on April 3,. 1984. Gone pot forgot. ten. Sadly missed by relatives, friends and beloved sister, Margret McCarthan; children, Cheryl, Alvin Merrell, mother-in-;law, Lillie Cochran and grandchildren. IN MEMORIAM In memory of my husband, Dan Mathis, Sr., father, grandfather and family, who was called home to take his rest, April 2, 1981. Gone but not forgotten. Wife, Charlie Mae; children, Betty, Kathleen, Oli vian, Dan Jr., Laurence, Wan da and Lyndia. (Continued On Page 23) PUGHSI.EY ,UNERAI. HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES: 247-3151 or 247-3152 ROGERS FUNERAl HOME PHONE 239-3101 Or 258-0764 4605 34th Street LADY ATTENDANT "Wt: GIVE THE BEST FOR LESS." SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial For $705 Add )100 for strvices on Sa day and add )tOO for all al'ler 3 p.m. CHARLES RELIFORD .... Owner

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IN MEMORIAM WILLEAN ANN J. BEARD JAMES JOHNSON In loving memory of my husbnd, James Johnson' who passed April 4, 1971 and daughter, Willean Ann J. Beard who passed March 22, 1973. Sadly missed by wife, Mrs. Rachel Johnson; husband, Charles Beard; brother, sisters and the Johnson and Beard Families. Funeral Services Held For ; Slain Publisher Charles Armstrong CHICAGO Funeral ser vices for slain newspaper Charles B. Arm strong, Sr., were held Friday, March 29th, at A. A. Rayner Funeral Home. Burial was held on Saturday morning. Armstrong, publisher of the Chicago Metro News, for more than 20 years, was killed on Monday, March 25th, around 12:15 PM allegedly by Roscoe Evans, 24, who is now in police custody. EvaiiS, a re jected former suitor of Arm strong's daughter is alleged to have wat'ked into the newspaper offices located at 2600 South Michigan Avenue, carrying a conceale(l .22 caliber rifle. It was reported that he allegedly shot Charles, YOU WANT A JOBIII SELL THE. 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 PAPER FROM US AT ONE PRICE, AND SELL THEM TO CUSTOMERS AT ANOTHER PRICE, FOR A PROFIT. SENTINEL EXAMPLE CHART FOR AGENTS: EFFECTIVE APRIL 2, 1985 PAPERS AGENT COST PROFIT FOR AGENT 25 55.00 53 .75 50 510.00 57.50 100 520.00 515.00 200 540.00 530.00 500 5100.00 575.00 1,000 5200.00 5150.00 YOU CAN PURCHASE 25 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 DAYIU THAT'S WHY, BEGINNING APRIL 2ND, YOUNG AND OLD ALIKE CAN EARN A GOOD LIVING WORKING TWO DAYS TUESDAY & FRIDAY SELLING THE FLA. SENTINEL BULLETIN PHONE: 248-1921 BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill CIRCULATION DIRECTOR IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mrs. Salonia Simpson who, passed April 2, 1979. How can we forget you, when there are so many things to remind us of you. Sadly missed, the Jones, Travis, Simpson families. CARD OF THANKS The famly of the late Mrs. Ethel Roebuck wishes to ex press their appreciation for all acts of kindness shown to us during the passing of our lov ed one. Special thanks to Rev. Brooks of Spring Hill Baptist Church and all of its members and the staff of Wilson Funeral Home. CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS JULY 6, 1901 APRIL 2, 1977 Devoted daughter, son-inlaw, Bentley and Barr families. No farther away than a picture, our loved one lives in memory and memory has a magic way of keeping our loved one near. CHARLES ARMSTRONG Your loving family: wife, Johna B. Andrews; sons, C. Blythe Andrews Jr., and wife, Gloria; Dr. W. W. Andrews and wife, Nancy; grandchildren, Johna Andrews Treadwell and husband, Garold, Detroit, Mich., Gayle An drews Thornton arid husband, Harold, Tallahassee, Lillian Andrews Harding and husband, Michael, Semi Valley, Calif., Michelle Andrews Foster and husband, Dr. Kendall, Flint, Mich., Sybil Andrews Wells and husband, Atty. Alfred, Tampa, Susan Faye Andrews, C. Blythe Andrews, III, Nancy Rai Andrews and Sharon Patricia Andrews; great-grandchildren, Kathy Cyria and William K. Tread well, Detroit,Mich., Douglas Edison and Lauren Victoria Thornton, Tallahassee, Lindsey Marcie Harding, Semi Valley, Calif., Kendall, Jr. and Michael Andrew Foster, Flint, Mich., Alexis Sybil and Allison Shana Wells, Tampa. Jr., son of the publisher first in the face and hand. The DEATH NOTlCES bullet lodged in his throat, acOAK HILLS FUNERAL cording to reports. The gunman' then entered HOME the inner offices where he Mr. Robert Atkinson, 2104 found Armstrong, 'sr. in a N. Florida Ave. hallway. He then allegedly Mrs. Shirley Travis, 118 S. fired the fatal shot, hitting Fremont Armstrong in the chest. ArmMr Thomas C. Lear, 30 strong was pronounced "dead Toger Trail, Spring Hill, on arrival" at the Michael Florida Reese Medical Center, which Mrs. Mary E. Newkirk, is located just a few blocks 3010 Bayview Ave. from the newspaper office. Mr Jose Heredia, 246 Armstrong, Jr. is in good conMoore St. dition at this time after treat-Mrs. Dalfa Vidana, ment at the same hospital 2504-15th St. where his father was proPUGHSELY FUNERAL nounced dead. HOME Armstrong had a long and Mr Sammie Lee Nelson, often controversial career as a 1719 Chipco Street newspaper publisher, which Mr. Eddie Malphus, Jr. began with his newspaper in 1211 E. Kay Street, Apt. 3 Harvey as the Chicago South Mrs. Thelma Kemp Bonner, Suburban News in 1965. He 4303 E. Powhattan was noted to taking unpopular Infant Benjamin Victoria stances on issues that threatenWilliams, 8601 39th Street, ed the rights of black people Apt. #3 and the underdog who had no WILSON'S FUNERAL clout to which to turn. His HOME methods were often questionMr John B. Williams, II, ed but he_ got results in his Eustis, Virginia hard hitting "telling it like it Mr. Early Epps, 4108 N. is" philosophy of journalism. 29th St. Born in Nashville, TenMrs. Charlie Mae Simmons, nessee in 1923, Armstrong was High School (now Robeson) in a strong believer in education. Chicago and after a hitch in He was of Parker (Continued On Page 27) 1910-4th Avenue Mrs. Margaret Quick Williams, 2811-16th Street Mrs. Gladys Lee, 910 E. Humphrey Mr. Michael Johnson, 2109 Cypress St. Mrs. Elbertha Blackmon, 2207 N. Grady Mr. Will Harris, 8220 Fla. Avenue Mr. Ned Sparrow, 1009-28th Ave. Mrs. Eunice Simpson, 809 E. Okaloosa Mr. Lige Oliver, 1512 32nd Ave. Mrs. Evelyn Lowry, 2602 Arch St. AIKENS FUNERALHOME Mr. Homer Lee Morris, 1216 N. Blvd. #249 Mrs. ldella Roseboro, 3309 E. Buffalo Ave., formerly of 10 W. Baylor Dr., Trenton, N. J. Mr. Robert R. Hendry, P. 0. Box 187, Seffner, Fl. Mr. Levy Taylor, 3808 32nd Ave. Mr. James Waldon, 517 W. Frances St. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME Mr. Renwick L. Pressley, 2315 St. Conrad = =' = flj

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'. CLASSIFIED AD DEPT HELP WANTED CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great income potential. All uu1tuu1ns. For information 742-8620, ext. 339. SALESMAN NEEDED To Sell Supplies No Experience Needed Must Have Transportation. Call: 248-2266 Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. -6 p.m. HELP WANtED CITY OF TALLAHASSEE RETIREMENT OFFiqR Salary $1,972 $2,671/Mo. BA Degree in Bus., Public Ad min., & 4 yr&_. pen sion administration Con tact, Employment Office_, City Hall, Tallahassee 32301. 904/599-2000. EOE/AA HELP WANTED P a r t I i m e j a n i I o r i a I $5.00 / hour. Immediate ings for males: 253-2539 after 12 noon. Experienced cleaning per, sonnel wanted part-time and full-time. Call between 3 239-1452. HELP WANTED Licensed Hairstylist Need ed!! Part-time or Full-time. For more information call 247-9000 or 626-9370. FOR SALE FHA 235 PLAN New homes. Costa Developers, Inc., 223-5214. PlUMBING OWN NOT RENT SERVICE MAN i bedroom frame home, Minimum 3 yrs. experienn 2010 E. North Bay. Complete238-4348, ask for ly remodeled, nice y M' h 1 $28,000, $2000 down. Terms S t d d c ae. earns ress nee e for men .,_ __ ..;...;, ________ $350/month. Call t------------..ol clothing store. For further in-PART-TIME OPERATOR/ 238-8814; after 6 p.m., AIR TRAFFIC formati9n call 626-3938. ENGINEER TRAINEE 681-7166. CONTROLLER Federal, State and Civil Ser-WFTS looking for p/t t------------11 engineer trainee. Must be LEASE PURCHASE Written aptitude test. No vice jobs now available in your .,39 900 .,534 qualified to obtain restricted lJ JJ down. 3/ I aviation experience required, area. For info. call (602) CB ; radio operator's permit, be a c, carpet, remodeled. if 30 or younger. Specialized 837-3401 309. 4314 w 1 s 11 dependable & quality orien.a a e. 239-1392 or experience for ages 31-35 For DE:JT. ER JOBS 238 9531 tated. This is an entry-level _information send postcard HIGHER PAy 1-------------11 MECHANISTS ., before April JO to : FAA, position & requires an elecMONEY TALKS! CNC Mills and ConvenP.O. Box 26650, AAC-80 AFDC Recipients Ironies background. Contact: / .. lots for sale. B uy one or Cle-rical, Secretarial, D B d h h' ... honal, to set up and run, work (FI. 8), Oklahoma City, Okla. ave u was C ef buy both, 31st St. and Columf t d Cashier /Sales, Prod uc-E 4501 E c 1 b rom process, prm an specs 73126. Career Civil Service. ngmeer, 0 urn us bus Dr., $250 down on each 'th l'ttl E tion/ Assembly, .Hotel/Food D T FL 33605 wt 1 e supervtston. x-Equal Opportunity Employer. r., ampa, and $105.02/month. We do d 1 1 5etvice. Call 237-1893. penence on Y app Y Modern U.S. Citizen. not check anybody's credit. A/C plant, good pay, FOR SALE 985:7794. ; time, insurance and more. Call SECRETARY TAPE OPERATOR H. & S. Swansons' Tool ComTo the Assistant SuperintenWFTS is looking for a tape 3 BEDROOMS Beauty shop and building l pany, (813) 541-3575. EOE. dent's office. Good typing operator having minimum 1 And much more including for sale, 4 stations fully equipspeed. Shorthand a plus. High year experience on %", 1", central a/h. NO CREDIT ped.$4,000 down. Corner 21st school graduate with a 2" equipment. Individual Ave. and l2th St. 239 3822 CliECK!! minimum of 1 year experience. must have technical orientaSUN-BELT REALTY Progressive Tampa Bay Good references. $402 $590 tion and be able to work 4, Assoc. Inc ., Realtor Area City now accepting apbi-weekly. tO-hour days, including. FHA Home. Low down plications for Police Officer. Mail completed State of weekends Please contact payment. Small monthly pay. An excellent opportunity for a Florida application and copy Dave Budwash, Chief ment. Quick occupancy. Call FHA 235 law enforcement career of high school diploma to Engineer, 4501 E. Columbus (or free information. Gov't Assistance Salary $14;643 to $23,296, WALT BREWER p Hillsborough Correctional InDr., Tampa, FL 33605. rogram plus liberal benefit package. stitution, P.O. Box 878, RiverREALTY New homes w/starti Applicants must be 19 or view, FL 33569. AA/EOE. OPERATIONS/ 933-6621 prices as low as $38,500. older, have valid COPY DESK 1------------..... Down payment as low as driver's license, high school or RECREATION THERAPY Operations/copy desk perATTRACTIVE $1,200, monthly payments ap-G.E.D. diploma, pass DIRECTOR son needed in Traffic Dept. 3 BRhome w/central a/h. prox.$266.Formoreinforma-psychological af\d physical e\To run useful inmate inMinimum 2 years experience Many Near supertion call Herbert Fisher Real-am, and undergo extensive stitution recreation program. in TV or radio Responsible markef, large drug sto_J;e and ty, 879-1933 background investigation. A bachelor's degree with rnafor tape coordinabus line. No qualifying loan .,_-----------lll Must have the ability to com-jor in recreation or physical tion, inputting all comercial w/$5'1.00 down. SEMINOLE HEIGHTS municate effectively, write education and 2 years profesinstructions into computer, SUN-BELT REALTY 3 bedroom, centralair/heat, comprehensive reports and sional experience in conductape inventory. send resume Assoc. Inc. Realtor dining room, fireplace, fenced : POLICE-OFFICER } TEMPLE TERRACE work rotating shifts. Certified ting institutional, recreational to: Traffic Manager, WFTS, 237-1625 yard. Close to drugstore, and Comparative Compliance activities. Minimum salary TV-28; 4501 E. Columbus ._ ______ ....; ____ .... supermarket, bus lines. Officer acceptable with $]5,821 annually. Submit a Dr., Tampa, FL .33605. DON'T MISS THISU 237-1625. = verification. Applications are completed State of Florida apSUN-BELT REALTY RECEPTIONIST 2 bedroom/1 bath. Large = available in th e City Clerk's plication and_ resume to: Assoc. Inc., Realtor (Clerical) kitchen. Low maintenance. a office (first floor) Temple TerPersonnel Dept. WFTS ls looka'ng for a Nice starter home. Priced to := race City Hall/Police DepartHillsborough Correctional ment, 11250 N. 56th Street, Inst. receptionist to handle a busy sell. 238-2532 i Temple Terrace,. Florida P.O. Box 878 phone system along with a :2 33617. Riverview, FL 33569 large amount of traffic. Must = EOE EOE AAE be able to communicate well li!========-=='============i'i with people and to be able to deai with a variety of people 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 beil_!g employed as Pollee Recruits. The starting salary is $11,000 Recruits will be elevated to Police Officers at $18,541 annual salary upon satisfactorily completing necessu.y training. No experience needed, but you must be a high school graduate and in good physical condition. ApJ)IY 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 graduation. Must be able t o work rotating shifts including weekends and holidays. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) individuals are encouraged to apply. EmpiQyment applica tions will be accepted until further notice. RECREATION LEADER II Part-time, 20 hrs/wk. $5.50 an hour. HIS diploma plus 6 hours college coursework in Recreation or P. E., 3 hrs. college English and reasonable experienc:e in recreation that includes some experience planning and organizing recreation activities. A college transcript is requested. Apply between the of 8 A.M. and 1 P.M. CLERK TYPIST Ill Start $5.30 an hour. High school graduation and reasonable general office or clerical experience and the ability to type rapidly and accurately. Addi tional training _in business related courses may be substituted for experience. Walk.jl:l lest Mon411ay, Wednesday and Friday 8:30 A. M. to )]: 30 A. M. Employment applications will be accepted until further notice. Apply between the hours of 8 A.M. and I P.M. For more information contact: The EEO Office, City of Tampa, 306 Jackson St., 7th Floor North, 223-8192. EEO F /M/H ------and pressure. Must also be able to type a minimum of 40 wpm and be able to operate a 10-key adding machine. Please send resume to Dawn F; Swistara-Davis, 4501 E. Col umbos Dr., FL 33605 or stop by and fill out an ap plication. WRITER/ PRODUCER WFTS looking for a writer/producer to create all of the audio and video promo tion. Person should have strong writing skills for televi sion; a good background in audio & videotape production. Knowledge of 3;4" & 1" videotape editing is a must. Know.ledge of \'ida font. generator, Grass \'alley Swit cher, & 18-channef audio board is preferred. responsibility is the writing, production & placement ot' 25-45 on-aif spots per week, plus 7-10 radio spots per wttk, plus additional on-air l'Opy. Contact: Joseph Logsdon. 4501 E. Columbus Dr .. Tam pa, FL 33605. Beautiful building lot 10Sxl06. Nice Area. Open to reasonable offer. 238. Spacious home for large family. 4 bedroom/2 bath, family room, fenced yard. Owner anxious. Call Rhona Reed, Assoc. 238-2532. Jerrell L. Cook, Realtor -933;.(;141 GREAT RIVERVIEW3 BR's/2 baths, concrete : block. Asking $43,SOO w/$500 down. : CLAIR-MEL 3 BR's/2 baths, concrete block. Asking $33,500 w/$500 down. "NO. OF BUSCH 4 BR's/2 baths. Asking $46,000 w/$500 down. WEST TAMPA 2 BR's/2Yz baths. Asking $59,000 w/$600 down. PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS 4803 Nebraska Ave. 237-6415 CENTRALLY LOCATED Owner will help finance this 2 bedroom home Call for detai.ls. 237-1625. SUN-BELT REALTY Assoc. Inc., Realty EXECUTIVE HOME 3 bedroom/2 bath home. Exceptionally clean. Owner will finance. $49,900. 237-1625. SUN-BELT REALTY Assoc. Inc., Realty MISCELLANEOUS ANTHONY'S TIRE SALES USED & NEW TIRES Please Call For Repair Sales Estimate 251-3594 2348 W. Columbus Dr. AUTO-HOME:_ LIFE FAST CLAIM SERVICE RATES FOR GOOD AND BAD DRIVING RECORDS INSURANCE HAMIL TON AGENCY 1720 North Nebraska Ave. PHONE : 229-1879

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. --------' CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL AD DEPT MISCELLANEOUS Install doors and ceiling fans. Free estimates. 621-8483. MISCELLANEOUS SUPER GARAGE SALE Saturday and Sunday, March 30th and 31st, 9 a.m.Private Investor will con6 p.m You name it! We have sider any situation. it! Corner Central & Adalee Homeowners only. 963-0565 Street at the lake in front of -E-ar-l-'s_T_V_S-er-v-ic_e_,_l_3_09_N_. -1 Robles ),lark. MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT SYLVIA WIGS & 1 BEAUTY SALON bedroom/1 bath furnished FO RENT ROOM. FOR RENT 223-2181 2271 E. Hillsborough apartment, with a/c. 1003 E.I------------(Eastgate Plaza) Emma, rear apt. 2 weeks free Room for rent, kitchen rent. 886-0812 facilities,. utilities paid. 239-3404 Employed, single only. Wigs Complete Hair Nice 3 bedroom house, 251-4620 or 247-3581. Care Ybor City. Call after 12 p.m. Nexus Products 1 bedroom apt. close to Y'S $ I kl f Water s Ave., 75 wee y, orAIR-CONDITIONING & INCOME TAX 2 bedroom concrete block nished. Utilities included. Howard Avenue. Color/Black & White. Bring-in and save. 251-6107. HEATING PREPARATION A apt. for rent, air-conditioned. ROOMS FOR RENT All appliances oil, gas Reasonable fee. ccurate, $220 / h 621 8151 REWARD ( d mont $40/week & up. Call electriCal, and cunvement can be one m L----------....... freezers, ice machine, a l e your home) I'm ready to help Nice room for rent for nice $5-$500 washers/ dryers. Call y ou receive the most possible settle person ; no drunker, no 3615 N. 22nd St. 223-9233. refund. DO IT NOW-DON'T dope user and no smoking in' 2 bedroom apt., a / c and For Your Junk Car __ -t DELAY. TIME IS RUNNside house. $40/week. heat, $285 /month, $150 Fast Free Pickup HANDYMEN lNG OUT. Call: 242-6691. deposit. Utilitie s included. 626 6124 2 bedroom frame house on GEORGE NIX S ection 8 accepted. Call Gary, Licensed Tax Preparer Apt. for rent, 2906 22nd IH==--;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;=:=:=;-1 R-2 lot i 50x100, off 1-4, 677-7930 Ave. Mr. Fernandez, 273-0017 a-.:2;,;;,48;;...:1,;.84,;.;8;.;,,..;1_0_-5_._._m_. ___ it( ( W9'fWIJ' 1-/ t alth. Cmttr/ 'l ,.-/ All Women's Health Center Of North Tampa, Inc. (formerly Tampa Counseling & Abortion Center. In c.) FREE PREGNANCY TESTS Birth Control Clinic Pregnancy Terminations (Awake or Asleep) Confidential Counseling OPEN : Mon.Sot 961-7907 __ or 223-6567. NICK'S GROCERY $4 98/ k 1-----------t & MEATS wee Furnished room for rent, Furnished room for rent, kitchen facilities. 237-2808. Immediate installation. Tender T-Rone Steaks-98' utilities paid, $35 /week.I....-----------First week FREE Easy small 237 1770 Apartment available. ca. Center Cut Pork Chops -. weekly payments Call RenL------------1 Government subsidized. Cen50 e a. 5902 N. 40th S t., 1 238 1982 932 8607 taco or, -or : 2 bedroom duplex unfur-tral heat/air, carpeted. 238-16 9 7 nished, a l e, carpet, burglar Johnson Court Apts., MONeY TO LEND '77 Malibu Chevrolet StaMortgage Loan s up to bars. 4701 21st. Avenue. 626-9337. tion Wagon. In good running $l5 ,000. No Credit Check s ._8_8_4-_3_3_84_. _______ _.:---=:.....--------order. Blue. 8 cylinder, $995. Tom P. Martino; Inc., Unfurnished 2 bedroom Power steering and power Realtor 2 bedroom apartmettt, apartment. $200 per month brakes. 831-3941. 2018 E. 7th Ave. N Morgan, $ 250 / month, $SO (includes water). 2801223-6282. 112 ITEMS FOR SALE Ph: 248-6111 Durham. Call Tom, 248 20 student desk, $ 5 00 Luxury duplex, central SECTIO ... 8 APPROVED ROBLES PARK-.REA each. 20 teacher type desks, air / heat, w / w carpet, stove & I have five 2 bedroom apart507 BAKER $8.00 each. CASH ONLY. f t 2 b d men ts for rent. Three 1n USF re ngera or. e rooms, We have 3 beautifully 14704 N. Florida Ave. $300/Jl)Onth, $175 deposit. area, one in Ybor City. remodeled 1 BR / 1 bath apartt-.==aam;:;:::=:===::0::::4 HOME IMPROVEMENTS Move-in. C-all Bess, eves. 237-6985 ments, large rooms, w / w PUBLIC NOTICE Quality work. All types .' 239-1793. ... m_e_n-t,-t carpet, $275$300 / month. Displacement Policy of the Repair s, remodeling, and new THOMAS C. HILLS unfurnished located at 1903 1------------Board of County Commisconstruction Class A license ESTATE CO. E. Columbus Drive. Rent FOR RENT sioners, Hillsborough County, contractor. 238-3244 or ._ ___ ...,.-.;:..:;;:;.;.;::...,...,.--;weekly or monthly. Call Beautiful3 bedroom, 2 bath Florida: Notice is hereby given 988-8551. $50 REFERRAL FEE 876-3633 home in Palm River with ceoto the Public that residents of J-------------1 If you know a Section 8 reci_______ --t tral heat. Rent $390 monthly. Hillsborouglt County may be 13" TV. pient looking for a 2 or 3 2102 PALMETTO For further information call eligible to receive Displace-RentTo-Own bedroom apt., refer them to us Apart men l for r e 1\t, 228-9183 between the hour s of ment benefits under the Local Immediate installation. and receive $50. Tenant will $325 / month. $200 deposit. 1 :00 and 8:00P.M. Board of County CommisCall Rentacolor. 238-1982 or 932 8607 Furnished rooms for rent, sioner s Displacement means FOR RENT Efficiency & 1 BR apt., 1807 Columbus Dr. & 2215 the involuntary movement, ex$125 /deposit, as low as 2nd Ave. Clean and cept temporary relocation of a 3 bedroom house for rent. $50 / week i ncluding water, 8 3244 d FREE p T reasonable. 23 -an household from a dwelling regnancy e s t s Pay your own utilities. 2205 E garbage & sewage. 223-4600, 988 855 1. unit resulting from an acquisi(Early Test Available) 11th Avenue. Call days ask for Dan. lion, rehabilitation demoliABORTIONS 248-2210, after 6 p.m. J-..------------1 tion or code enforcement ac985-8480. Apt. for rent by week or by Nicely furni s hed 1 bedroom t t It of fons Individual Counselinll apartment for single person lVI Y a s a resu ac 1 Nitrous Oxide Available TEMPLE TERRACE AREA month. 254-3212 or 989-0271. taken with funding from the 6813 .. 47th ST. only. Quiet Northea s t area. U. s. Department of Housing I/;': APT. FOR RENT Near bus stop. 238-8046. and Urban Development l/ SJltt \; 1 bedroom / 1 bath unfur1 bedroom, living & dining 1-------------- 1 nished apt., stove, rms., bath and kitchen. under the Community 1 taliJ.Ji d Development Block Grant G j't-' refrigerator; uh Illes pal 247-2014. 1 -_,_ Nice neighborhood ...._----. -------""'1 Program and the Rental '""'/ 2 b d G p I '::1 ....--$250/month plus $100 e as a -Rehabilitation Entitlement L__5 deposit. 253 2678 Joyce. phances. Qmet adults prefer110 N. DELAWARE 3 bedroom / 1 bath apartment. 'Section 8 OK, $300 / month. 876-6500. Program. Thi s Di s placement .... -----------"""tred. Sig n lease. 247-4300. Policy de s cribes the types of Birth Contro l Clinic Clean efficiency or 1 benefit s available within the 251-0505 bedroom, large rooms, all apMONEY TALKS! County. Further information 1302 S Dale Mabry pliances and 1 and 2 bedroom apts for and a review of Hill s borough ALL WOMEN'S HLTH bage. Close to bus and parkrent, a / c. I&M Apts 1002 I'LL PAY YOUR RENT You pay only what y ou can afford. If you are on a fixed income (Social S ecurit y S S I or Welfare) and 65 or older, call now for a furnished effi ciency apartment. County's Local Displacement CTR. OF TAMPA ing. 911 E 23rd Avenue. Lemon St. 258-5151 Polic y is available by contac$220 / $265. 968-4816. Nice clean private room s for ting the Office of Community nice clean working peo.ple. and Economic Development, APT ROOM FOR RENT Private ? rea s onable, furnished 700 E. Twiggs Street, Suite Ideal single, clean, workand all utiljties included. 102, Tampa, Florida 33602. ing person. $200 / moitth, no 254-3975. 237-6985 Please note the inquiry con deposit, no utilities Calll---------;_--r-----------cerns the Local Displacement anytime. 247-1535. Policy. This lo<;al policy is cur rently under review for pro posed changes after public consultation, which ends April 20, 1985. This Notice is a semi annual opportunity for Public comment and consultatiofi as part of the Citizt!D Participa tion process for Hillsborough County's Community Developm 1mt Block Grant Progra.it and Rental Rehabilitation Program. Nice. clean room, First and last week's rent moves you in. Singles preferred. 248-8049 or 248-5444. 2 bedroom apartment near Busch Gardens. Cit y Section 8 wel<:oine. Call Willie Bowman, Realtor, 988-2496 BARBARA REALTY INC. / FREE COLOR TV With 1 Year Apartment Lease To Qualified Section 8 Tenants 2 & 3 Bedrooms A vall able For More Info Call : FISHER PROPERTIES 831-5627 = .... = I = = -.... = "'CC > = Q. lorl .. .... -

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. .. "CS = < Lincoln Grocery 3S01 -29th STREET. PH: 248-8821 "WHERE YOU GET A LITTLE MORE" WE GLADLY ACCEPT FOOD. STAMPS .-EASTER SPECIALS HOG CHITTERLINGS 10 LB. BUCKET BAKING 'HENS 99C LB. ,.,. HOG MAWS '69C LB. JJFFY CORN MUfFIN MIX 4 PKGS. 5 LB. BAG VIGo. RICE $159 SMALL BBQ RIBS $159 LB. 30LB. $4. 295 CASE ; $100 '----___,...,.j .....jj ,.. 5 LB. BAG WH -ITE 99C. ... SPAR E,.R IB TIPS. CHUCK BEEF ROAST. $159 : LL ... UNCLE .JOHN SMOKED S AUSAGE $179 LB. $1650 5 LB. BOX .. CHICKEN : GALLON .... WINGS ...... BFEACH $3 00 ,:,_ : 8 9 ;. .. .. .... ... '-::, .:... ( ..;,1 69C LB. ..,._.

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Two Held For Beating Impound Lot Attendant Man Shoots Girlfriend; Then According to police reports, 20-year-old Jerome Morris, 2621 E. 26th Ave., and 24-year-old Carey Lee Barnes, 1913 Pine St., were arrested and charged with attempted first degree murder and armed robbery after they allegedly seriously injured the Tampa Police Dt:par!ment's BURGLARIES Ms. Frankie Lee Dozier, 31, 9002 N. lOth St., Apt. A, reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke in to h(u home and fled the scene with a Video Cassette Recorder valued at $1,278. According to police reports, an unidentified suspect burglarized the home of Ms Mary N. McCauley, 47,407 E Stratford, and fled the scene with a television set valued at $399. An unidentified suspect, ac cording to police reports, broke into the home of Ms. 'Mattie Lee Daniels, 21 949 Main St., and fled the scene with merchandise valued at : $672.95. Merchandise valued at $230 and $400 in cash were taken by an unidentified suspect who Lot attendarft. Fifty-four-year-old Justino Martinez, a Property Clerk with the Tampa Police Depart ment, is hospitalized in guard ed condition at St. Joseph's Hospital. Police Spokesman Johnny" Barker explained that at ap proximately 3:45 p.m. Sunburglarized the home of Ms. Lizzie Bryant, 60, 2310 w ... Nassau St., according to police reports. THEFTS According to police reports, Ronald T. Cummings, 30, 2117 Palmetto, was arrested and charged with strong arm ed robbery after he allegedly fled the scene at 1725 W. Ken nedy Blvd. with $267 in cash. The money belonged to Don nie Wayne Allen, 27, 2801 N. Tampa St. Willie Gregory Kirkland, .13, 2415 E. Cayuga St. reported to police that a known male suspect fled the scene at 2415 E. Emma St. with jewelry valued at $135. It was reported to police that an unidentified suspeCt fled the scene at 2122 Main St. with $672 worth of 14 karat RICKY WILLIAMS. Attorney At Law CRIMINAL DEFENSE (Felonies, Misdemeanors, Traffic And Juvenile) PERSONAL INJURY & WRONGFUL DEATH WILLS & PROBATE ATTY. RICKY E. WILLIAMS day, March 31, Morris and Barnes came to impound lot, 110 s. 34th St. seeking permission to retrieve something frop1 their Dodg e which had be en im pounded. Fires Shots At Policemen o( Martinez allowed one in, but the other suspect eventually jumped the fence and began assaulting the 54-year old vic tim. Hospital reports say that Martinez was beaten about the head, face and arms with a 2-by-2 piece of wood, a brick, and a railroad spike. The suspects took the victim's wallet and fled the scene. According to police ac. counts, Morris was taken into custody at 9:45 p.m. Sunday nighfat his ahd Barnes was apprehended at 3 a.in. Monday morning at his home address. .,. Drug Arrest According to police reports, Willie Frank Barber, 26, 2705 E. Buffalo, was arrested and charged with possession of co caine at N. 29th St. and E .. 32nd Ave. While at W. Rembrandt Ave. and S. Monet Ct., police arrested 30-year-old James Phillip Alexander, 4420 Wyoming Ave., and charged him with possession of mari juana. Tampa police officers were able to subdue and arrest a Tampa man after he 'had shot his girlfriend and then fired shots at two police officers. Robert Bostick, whose ad dress is listed as 2417 E. New Orleans, was charged with ag gravated assault and attemp ted murder i after the ordeal. According to Police Dept. spokesperson, Johnny Barker, police officers were called shortly after 1 p. m. Friday after Bostick allegedly fired a shot into the home of Mrs. Catherine Davis, 44, who lives across the street from Bostick at 2418 E. New Orleans. The shot went through a slidjng glass door into the home of Mrs. Davis and the bullet 1struck her in the stomach Recuperating at St. Joseph's Hospital, Mrs. Davis told the Sentinel that Bostick shot her for no apparent reason. There had been no argument prior to the shooting, she stated. Once two cars that carried three police officers arrived on the scene, Barker stated, Bostick barricaded himself in hiShome and fired two shots from a .38 caliber revolver at the officers as they attempted to cross the street to his home. One officer returned _..;.. _______ that a known suspect fled the gold fingernails, taken from a scene at N. Central Ave. just vehicle belonging to Ms. N. of E. Lake, with $101 Shirley Yvonne Jaubon, 44, worth of merchandise The 4101 LaSalle St. merchandise belonged to Ms. Approximately $85 in cash Ernestine Sheffield 18, 306 E was taken by an unidentified Woodlawn. female and three unidentified A known suspect, according males, who fled the scene at to police reports, fled the the corner of 17th Ave. and scene at 4103 N. 13th St., with 17th St. The money belonged $816 worth of merchandise to Willie Arnold Jenkins, 42, taken from an auto belonging 1102 Morrison. to Ms. Cynthia Lafae Three unidentified male Bowden, 21, 4103 N. 13th St. a single round, however, Bostick was not struck. The specially trained tical Response Team hostage negotiators were ed to the scene, and about. 25 minutes Bostick to come out of house with his hands up. Bostick was reportedly in toxicated and upset over pro blems he had had with Mrs. Davis. Funeral > "'= :::0 I-N = = (Continued From Page 23) !!. the U.S. Army completed -. e. studies at Fisk University, where he graduated honors in 1950. He = graduate studies at Chicago' "C DePaul University. Later, 2: Armstrong became a ;i' in the Chicago public sc ; system where he remained Cl. a number of years as a teacher. Armstrong married Ruth Virginia Buckner in 1954. To the union five children were : born. Mrs. Armstrong is a supervising nurse at Michael Reese Medical Center. His five children are Margalynee Joan (Peggy) 28, Judith (Judy) 26, Charles, Jr. 23, Patricia (Pat ty) 22, and Peter Claver 19. > = Cl. .. suspects fled the scene at Col-I. umbus Drive and 22nd St., ac cording to police reports, with $110 in cash. The money belonged to Thomas Jerome Foster, 27, 2801 N. 22nd St. According to police reports, two unidentified male suspects fled the scene at N. 34th St. and E. 29th Ave. with $450 in cash. The money was the pro-. perty of Ernest Curry, 58, 6701 N. 33rd St : 33,67. Brutality to an animal is cruelty to mankind, 99, 71. it is only the dif- ference in the victim. 55,40. Frank's Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 62l-4034 Residential Commercial Financin2 Arranged SOCIAL SECURITY & EMPLOYMENT LAW Wayne Gregory Jenkins, 29, 210 W. Euclid, reported to police that an unidentified suspect took two Video 400 E. Buffalo Ave. Cassette Recorders valued at Burglar Bars Railings FRANK t:. JOHNSON. ... Owner (Cor. Of Buffalo & Central) $1,200, from his car. The theft 237-1659 MON.-FRI. 8 A.M. To 6 P.M. occurred at the corner of 22nd St. and l-4. 9!!1!!!!!A!!!!.M!!I!!!!!. 1 to police JotJo WASH THAT OIRTY DOG BE fORE YOU Bl?fNG HIM INSIDE THIS HOUSE, Hn Escapes Stairways Weldings Ornamentals Licensed Insured Bonded Free Home Security Tips

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