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Bands Highlight King Parade. (SE E ST ORY ()N PAGE 2-A) Arson Enjoys Wo :rk .. OF fLORitJE STORYONPAGE2-A) Sentinel Advertisers Invite You 7 D .. Jr&uetfu AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY l lO,OOO READERS EACH EDITION Published Every Tuesday And Friday 35C And Worth More I VOL. 4()-NO. 36 TAMP A, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS County Recognizes Fai-r Housif!g Missing Man Found Dead (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A) TAMPA COSMETOLOGISTS UNIT CROWNS QUEEN DURING ANNUAL CORONATION FESTIVITIES Barbara Moore, center, owner of Lynette's Beauty Shop, was crowned queen of Tampa Cosmetologists Unit 1 at the West Tampa Convention Center. Her sponsor was Erma Jones. She is photographed with, left to right, Lizzie A'. Scott, Elizabeth McQuay; Sharon J. Davis, runner-up, who was sponsored by Ormiller Kelsey; and Rosa Brinson, Unit i President. The coronation, hairstyle show and dance was on the Saturday evening prior to the groundbreaking for the Dr. C. B. Ross Educational Building on Sunday afternoon.

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.= e = Ql I -.. '-"= c < To MELVIN STONE Stone is saddened by the in cident surrounding the death of six children last June which led to the termination of several top fire department of ficials but with some reorganization he is hopeful that those type problems Bands D.r. King BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor As with any parade, the bands are always the highlight. According to Mrs. Freddie Jean Cusseaux, president of STOP, the organization that's sponsoring the community parade, five bands have com mitted to participating in the DrMartin Luther King Brotherhood Parade to be held Saturday, April 6 The bands scheduled to par ticipate are Tampa Bay Tech, Tampa, William Campbell, director; Jones High, Dr. James Wilson, director, and Carver High, both of Orlan do; Carver High of Jackson ville ; Wymore Tech, T. Wes ley, director, Eatonville; and All-Black Community Band, Howard Gentry, direc tor, Orlando. Easter Bunnies in cars driven by Sam Tucker and Ronnie J. Scott will be throughout the parade to pass out Easter treats to the children. Several hostesses dressed in the colors of the STOP organization green and white -will also be seen throughout the parade route. More than 100 units will participate in the parade in four different sections. Earl Haugabookis one of the grand marshals with marshals for each section. Parade formation begins at '9 a. m. and will proceed along the parade route at 11 a.m. to Riverfront Park where it will terminate with Several cultural festivities, including a gospel extravaganza, speakers car nival, professional modeling and entertainment, and a band competitioQ. The Tucker Twins will be an added attraction. The public is urged to attend this community event. SECTION A Police escorts City of Tampa police cars, Bob Morrison, City Fire Chief's truck, State Highway Patrol, Hillsborough County Sheriff s Dept., Special units (MacDill AFB Honor Guard, Fire Dept., Sparky and Smokey); Boys, Girls, Cub Scouts; J_. C. Taylor, Rep. James T. Hargrett, Jr., Tam pa Bay Tech Band, Perry Harvey, Jr., Bob Gilder, Mr. and Mrs. James Tokley, Harold sCott, City of Tampa Sanitation Dept., Arfi\.WOod Family, Grass Root Pedple, Grand Marshal Rev. James H. Howell, St. Matthew Float, St. Matthew Youth Dept., Local 1464, Jerome Scott, president; and Bar-B-Q King. SECTION B Popeye's. Chicken, Roa s Ark, Hillsboro Lodge No. 242, Bel mont l;leights Little League, ASSOCIATED CARPET M ILLS OF TAMPA 5605 S. Westshore Blvd. 839-1080 WHOLESALE CHARLES DAVIS Vice Pres., Operation Mill Prices Antron Ill Carpet '6.49 Sq. Yd. PRICES GOOD APRIL3 THRU 9 TAMPA 8202 N Florida Ave 1908 S MacDill Ave 3100 Gandy B l vd 6943 W. Hillsborough 4021 W Hillsborough 200 1 N Dale Mabry at Spruce 3015 W Kennedy Blvd BRANDON 1711 Brandon Blvd. 3727 E H illsborou h PLANT CITY2812 E. H 92-0 n Sunday Superlounge & kg. oc ta1 ounge .JLl ffi HAPPY HOUR DAILY 4 til 6 M h I b 6 -120z.Bots. 2 79 6 IC e 0 Room Ttmp. ... Pabst 6. 99 CASI Konigsbacher 3.79 :.. ABC Beer, Ale 6.29 Red, White, Blue 6.49. cASE AmareHo di Saronno .. 10.99 Harvey's Bristol Cream 6.79 Almaden Brandy 6.99 Lnt. Gilbey's Vodka 5.59 Lnt. Ron Rico Rum 6.49 LTil. Harvey's Scotch 6.99 LTil. Southern Comfort 86 6.19 Seagram's Gin 6.99 LTil Canadian Mist 7.19 Lnt. Popov Vodka su 9.49 R&R Canadian 11.49 Calvert Gin 1 0.59 Fleischmann's Blend 10.69 Heaven Hill Brb. 1 0.99 Five Flags Gitt or Vodka 8.69 Seagram's v .o. Can .. 16.99 J&B Scotch ::r. 18.49 Old Thompson Blend ::r. 9. 99 Korbel Champagne 8.79 Cella Wine OR 4.49 G ld Pe k CHABLIS RHINE 4 69 3 0 a BURGUNDY ROSE e Lnt. CHABLIS RHINE CHIANTI carlo Rossi 4.99 L:.. Seven Up or Diet Pepsi 1.19 L:.. Milk Sun:f Dairy 2 e 1 5 GAL -ciic'Kii-. LIGHTERS 99c < won't occur again. With the CHOICE OF CO(ORS FREE HOME ESTIMATES O institution of an Arson Task MOHAWK BARREn ARMSTRONG BURLINGTON IN Force, of which he i s a TERMS AVAILABLE. GUARANTEED INSTALLATION 279 f-o memb e r, an arson case s hould YEARS aNINI I.SLTR. .... :JI II Stone ha s al s o taken a

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New nister At Peace Baptist Wants To Reach, Motivate When : the Rev. J. C. Goins delivered his last sermon for Peace Missionary Baptist Church last' September, the members went in search of a minister, but no rush to call a new pastor. After several months of visiting ministers, the congregation has called the W. F.' Leonard, a resident of Bealsville, who was pastor of BYGWEN HAYES "I always communicated well with Rev. Goins," h e states. Sentinel Managing Editor too ; h e and Harris nessee, the Rev. Leonard movwere childhood friends. ed to Lakeland at an early .. ,.,1 s the new pastor at Peace where he also obtained 'iilfk_ Blij;itist, Rev. Leonard is con. schooling He has attended the cer 'rit d about the young Florida and is church He'd like to imple-presently employed a5 a ment programs that would inmaintenance supervisar volve the youth and adults -'. the Housing. "present some workshops Authority. where persons could come in Before ac. eepting the and talk and give the bare facts about the "We anticipate his pastoral position 'with Peace two churches. they've encountered," he coming," Dea. Matthew Har; Baptist, Rev. Leonard 'waS stated chairman of the Trustee pastor of Jerusalem Baptist in J;t../d also like to institute a Board, said. "We wanted to Mulberry for five years, and bus ministry, outreach make a positive move for a most recently he ministry for those who--are on pastor. We wanted a preacher of Fros tproof. the street corners, "and one and leader someone who for nearly three years, and at day move to Tampa., He also wouid help the church conthe same. time pBastot_retd has plans for an educational tinue t_o grow as it needs to Greater Faith ap IS f 1 r grow,'' Harris said : Mulberry for a year .... only 30 minutes away The Rev. Leonard has been But he has always w@.llt.d -' froin his congregation, Rev. in the ministry for 22 years, pastor one church time .. Leonard said he's never too having acknowledged his call that would meet each Sunday. far when needed. .< \t r:.- -.. ing under the late Rev. C. H. "I believe that I needed more Rev. Leonard said his Bolden while a member of than just once or twice a favorite hymn is J 'A Charge to New Mt. Zion in month to pass along God's : Keep J Have" and his favorite He later moved to word," he states. "We can scripture is found in Matthew Philadelphia, Pa. and conreally say that a fulltime 28: 19. tinued his ministry under the church has been his dream," "We're l9oking forward to watchful eye of the Rev. Mrs. Leonard states. coming to Tamp-a,,,. tife Hamilton at Community BapA few years ago, the Rev. minister said, we want tist Church. Leonard, 45, conducted the ministers of Tampa to acBorn in Cleveland, Ten for Peace Baptist, and cept Poet Maya Love Angel on Speaks Of : When poet and author Maya Angelou finished her hour and 20 minute speech Monday night before a large mixed crowd at the University of South Florida, she left her audience feeling good about themsel v e s Hopefully, and mo s t especially she gave to black people both young a old, a positive sense of identi ty i n w hich to develop. "I'm talking to you a bout how w e may look at oursel v es," she said to th e au dience after reciting a poem wri-tten by La r r y Coney, a black poet, in the 1930s. "How we may arrange some reflection of ourselves so that we will really know we are worth the best it (society, our friends, family, lovers, and ourselves) must, could, and s hould give (us)." Using Black American poetry from the 19th and 20th century, "because it is so so rarely known, so rarely taught," she Angelou spoke of love the black community. "When I speak through the black experience I'm speaking through it because that's what I know, and I know it liberates," Angelou said. "I'm also using it to remind everybody that this is our heritage." De scribing the tamous qu o te I a m a human b eing, nothing fruman can be a lien to me'', (written by an Africa n slave in 154 B.C ) as a 'liberating concept,'' Angelou further explained: "I'm always talking about the an condition, and if it js And Self-Worth BY PATrY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer MAYA ANGELOU true for the black communit y you can be sure it is true for every other community to a lesser or greater degree. Great works 9f blacks mean s omethi[_lgto !IS al!.'' According to the recipient of 23 honorary degrees, "I think lt is always important to look at those who went before us, to examine the ways in which we have been loved," she explained. "There's a world of data supporting this condition in the black com munity.'' Quoting from-James Baldwin, Angelou reminded everyone that we "have all been paid for" by our ancestor s agony and pain : But she also emphasized "We m ust k no w we h ave been loved. Somebody cared a great deal -enough to survive. t Without ever knowing your l namt: or seeing your face, hav ing no idea what you look like, but survived. That to me is evidence of great love. "What I IJ:lean by love is that condition in the human spirit so profound that it en courages us to build bridges it encourages us to develop the courage to trust .those bridges in an attempt to rea c h other human beings," th e North Carolina resident explained "I mean something real." l)rging the audi(!nce to read more poems about romantic love and lo v e between parents a n d the children in the black community, she stated : "It i s that w e see constantl y how we have been loved, if we really want to be free enough to love ourselves and then so meone else .'I'm always suspicious when someone says 'I loye you,' and he o t she does not love themsel ves," the Wake Forest professor continued. ''All virtures in life begin at home. 'Trri always concerned with finding out how to love myself and appreciate myself," Angelou exclaimed. "I don't think that's selfish, it's selfful. "I think it's very h e althy, so look. at all sorts of wonderous and delicious ways of seeing myself in the very best light, not ignoring my faults and failures, but know ing I am worthy of ridding myself of those fault s and fai'lure s," s h e stated. "I d eserve t h e a b s o lute best." Angelou concluded, "Let u s Uve s o that we will regret the y ears of inertia, and dedicate to the noble cause (of) libera tion of the mind and the s pirit. Begin with one's own.'' 'I I The Rev. William Peace Missionary ..... .. ,, three children -Call Today & Get Your Easter Discount .. Ask For Ayesha 229-9380 A Iter 6, 254-4338 406-A E. Columbus Dr. "I Would Like To Wish All Of You A Happy Easter, And May God Bless You.'' ... Own er SUPERIOR BEAUTY SALON 2808 Tampa St. (Cor. Tampa St. & Warren) 229-0059 CURLS .. .. '35 SHAMPOO PRESS HAIR $=UT ............. & CURL. ........ COLOR RINSE ... ......... VIRGIN RELAXER ....... NEW GROWTH RELAXER. 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II) oc 001 .... rl.l = Q .c Q = e6 I -... "CC = < "CC .c rl.l -::c = =-= '3 = I = = ... ................ FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN .. USPS 202 140 t Published every Tuesday or'd Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin t ; Publishing Co 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 -" Moil all Correspondence To : P 0 Box 3363 Tampa Fl. 33601 t CYRIL BlYTHE ANDREWS 7 19011977 BTYDAWKINS Founder Director I C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill President and Publisher Circulation Manager t l SYBI L ANDREWS WELLS CAMiLLE WILLIAMS Genera/ Manager Office Manager GWENDOLYN HAYES BY RUDOLPH HARRIS Managing Editor SIMON JOHNSON ROSE CRUTCHFIELD AVELINO CASELLA$ RAMOS The Politics Of The Crucifixion Societ ,iEditor Production Directors Second Closs Postage Paid At fompo. Florida SUBSCRIPTION RATES $31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. PHONE: 248 Ars-on Will Task Save Force Lives Arson, the malicious burning of property, is one of the worst acts of violence committed. It burns in fants, children, the elderly with equal ferocity ... and dispassion. It raises the costs of home insurance premiums and property taxes. It depreciates the value of neighborhoods. It increases the amounts which must be paid for rents. It its worst form, it's unadulterated murder. The Tampa Police Department and the Tampa Fire Department have joined forces in a special task force to investigate fires in Tampa and reach quick solutions to the problem of cause. It is unfortunate -that the lives of sii black children burned to death in a minority neighborhood, finally awakened our agencies to the need. But, better late than never... According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, "forty to fifty per cent of the money insurance com panies pay out for claims today goes to arsonists. And, the mo s t common cause of arsons in the U.S. i s vandalism and destruction of abandone d or deteriorated property." When the four children and two other child relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thomas died on June 15, 1984, the family was living in a deteriorated house in a rund own Tampa neighborhood of several vacant houses and buildings. Arson is difficult to prove and prosecute. But, the city under the leadership 9f Mayor Bob Martinez has taken the first step to structure ways to at least in vestigate suspicious fires. Meanwhile, the city's legal department should structure legal w_!lys to force the owners of abandoned buildings to renovate or destroy them. Because in the final analysis, the big gest cost of arson not in dollars and cents but human liv es. ............... -Federal Review Judges Veteran Should Claims A decision recently by a U.S. Appeals Court preventing veterans unhappy with rulings by the Veterans Administration, basically exempts the VA f rom all litigation e x cept in cases which violate the U.S Constitution. The rationale of the court decision is that the VA is an agency that has the interests of the veterans at heart. In our view, it is extremely naive for the Appeals Court to assume that the VA, which is operated by fallible human beings who have political biases and individual prejudices, will always review cases and situations fairly. Moreover, no agency should be above judicial review. It is significant to relate the political character of life in Jerusalem, when Jesus made his triumphal entry, and the political-economic character -of life in a typical industrial ci ty today : Take any cit y of size in America today and there ex ists a social t;conomic-political parallel. Corruption is rampant, virtually incorrigible, having infe s ted every corner of institutional life. Government, and every institution govern ment touches, as. well as the church, itself is a part of this (Part Two) corruption either advertently or inadvertently. Men are feverishly pursuing privilege, money and all of the perso .. al prestige which goes along with it. Leadership is corrupted and hypocritical enjoined embrac ing all avenues of human endeavors. It was timely that one of the initial undertaken s of Jesus after notor_iety had s ettled (romhis entry was to visit the holy temple. Here he con" demned and plunged into the very heart of the e vil taking William Raspberry Heavy Response To Legalization Of Narcotics WASHINGTON Since I tumbling down. I -broached the subject of Pollin won t argue the l e gali z in g narcot i c s a few point. Hi s f ear b ase d, he s a ys, week s a go, I ha ve h e ard f rom o n c on s ider a ble re sea rch, i s l a w yers, physicians, la w-that legalization would enforcement offic er s a nd massivel y inc re a s e th e p l'oblem dozens o f reader s who claim o f drug abuse drawirrg into no s pecial knowledge of pharaddiction million s who s teer macolog y or law : cle!:lr.,,n.o w-, drugs are Most of the respon ses hav e .. He especially beeri from tho s e who offer at fears massive cocaine addicleast tentative support for tion. legalization, and many of :' between 4 5 them expressed relief that they .. ;,r;yilli9!1: 5 million current weren t the onl y one s who ,CO
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In Commemoration Of Dr. M. King, Jr. "We are concerned about not only the Negro poor but the poor all over the America and all over the world Every man de s erves a right to a job or an income so that he can pur sue liberty, life and hap piness. Our great nation, as he often s aid ha s the resources, but his question was: Do we have the will? He often said, unearned suffering is redemp tive and if you give your life to a cause in which you believe, and which is right and just and it is and if you( life comes to an end as a result of this, then your life could not have been .Jived in a more redemptive way. And I think that this is what my husband has done, "Eulogy of D r, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr, THE BLACK HERO. Yesterday marked the an niversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, a great African-American leader of the United States A leader that touched the hearts and souls of the entire world and VIEW Growth Must Be Managed The key issue in Florida, and Hillsborough County for the remainder of the 80's will be growth management. The State of Florida and this county are growing in leaps and bounds and political people must be concerned about this growth and plan for it so as to have this influx of people take place in an orderly and pre-planned manner. Governor Bob Graham has already said that the most im portant thing facing the now in-session State Legislature is the problems caused by growth in this state. Governor Graham had his office prepare a growth management package that he has presented to our state legislators for con sideration. The same subject is on the front burner in Hillsborough County. It is projected that 20,000 new people are moving into our county annually. This is twenty thousand more peo ple a year that we must plan for as well as find some place to put them. When we talk of growth management, I see it as being an all inclusive topic. Growth management means restricting the use of land through proper zoning. Certain areas must be set aside as land for housing only. Certain land for fac tories, public utilities and cersites for major highways or streets. To plan now for the use of certain land areas in Hillsborough county will pre vent situations like the Taylor Road landfill or the Progress Village problem. Growth management means encouraging job producing to locate in our county to provide jobs for those citizens who already live here and those that come into town yearly to live. Unfor tunately all of the people mov ing into Florida will not be rich. They must have jobs. There is no question that many of our streets are out dated, and in need of repair very badly. The number of cars on our highways increases every day. This county is no longer able to accommodate the traffic that travels upon these streets. A plan must be devised to plan, repair, replace and to build new roads. Many people live this county who do own They must be provided reasonable public transportation. A good public transportation system may help to ease the flow of traffic on our highways. Growth mmanagement means good sewage and drainage systems. Growth management means planning for the protection of citizens of this county. The more people move here, the more crime will move here, and the more people must be protected. This will automatically call for more peace officers. Great strides are being made by both the Tampa Police Department and the Hillsborough county Sheriff Department in secur ing and training manpower. Growth means [MY M. L. King's Calvary Was In Memphis It is timeley that we com memorate the "Homegoing" of the beloved Rev. Dr. Mar tin Luther King Jr. at a time in the year so sacredly significant. The Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus is also commemorated at this time. It is significant that Dr. King, w.ho will go down in history as one of God's most devoted children, would die such a tragic death fighting for those ideas of humanity sacred to the same virtues for which Jesus was put to death. What a blessing to have lived such a who affected the lives of many life. They are the chosen who of the same And others. All are blessed to live so close to over our country, millions of God. Americans have com-Somehow, we as a people, memorated this day and Black people, must learn that possibly the whole week. there is quality in creative suf' Perhaps it is at this time fering for those things that are when we need ask ourselves just and right. Somehow, we individually: Are You A as a people, must instill in our Traitor of Dr. King's Unchildren, by the examples such finished Dream (Thank You, as Dr. King, that the greatest Mrs. Dorothy York)? "A Naunfinished business in our tiona!" holiday to honor Dr. lives here in America is built Martin Luther King, Jr, is around fulfilling sacrifice to necessary. Equally important, be free, collectively. a total, positive commitment We saw in Dr. King many of of ministers, leaders, and the same qualities akin to what others, especially of Black Jesus wrought here op earth. origins or "roots," must bring The Scriptures told of how together a "tie that binds" Jesus went into the Garden of Black Americans to a "NaGethsemane and prayed a tiona]" cause and because of a somewhat fearful death asking great cause: Blacks' survival: God to remove that bitter cup economically, politically, and death from him. But such was otherwise. When this happens, not to be for it was His will and since we have our "that such had to be done. passport, we will mildly When Jesus got off of his alleviate some of the rhetoric knees he emerged more conof one of the universal songs: vinced and committed to his "We Shall Overcome." Indeath. Dr. King had a similar stead we will get a baptism in experience. We recall it so well the water of reality of Dr. and it is evident in the famous Martin Luther King's "Un-"Memphis Speech" King finished Dream." --"Survival preached that night before he for Blacks in America," by was killed. Dorothy C. York. "Well, I don't f
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.... Nursing Assistant Ends 37 Year .c: Q = "' I .. '-"CC = -< rJ = E-o YVONNE MELENDEZ* A ''Retirement Celebration" was held on March 15. at Alcohol Com munity -:.'freatment Service s, -"Inc. (ACTS), honoring "Lul a M. Colston, retiring after 35 years as a Nursing Assistant, the last 10 years being with ACTS. At the retirement luncheon, one dozen long-stemmed red roses were ,given to Mrs. Col ston by Da:phney Mickler, RN, Detoxification P ,rogram Supervisor. An engraved pla que was presented to Mrs. Colston by Sandra Prince, Director of Ser vices. The plaque recognized Born under the sign of Libra, Yvonne Melendez plans to become a cosmetologist, and also a part-time model. This black-eyed beauty is stands and enjoys horseback riding, dancing, and reading. Yvonne's philosophy of life is: "In order to prosper in this world, on e must have discipline and the will to strive towards a goai. If Mickler. the many years of service given to ACTS by Mrs. Colston John Marrocco, Director of Administrative Services, presented Lula with a lovely orchid corsage, and John W. Rogers, Executive Director, thanked Lula for her service to ACTS. The buffet lunch consisted of favorite dishes prepared by staff espedally for the occa sion. Lula is the wife of Leroy Colston, who has recently retired from Gardinier after 37 years of service. The Colston's have six children Betty, Larry, Theresa, Marie, Donald Leroy, and Lercita. Lula and Roy are plann ing to travel and spend time together after many years of working and family raising. Alcohol Community Treat ment Services, Inc. is a private not-for-profit alcoholism treatment center providing services to those individuals experiencing alcohoUsm or alcohol abuse, either directly or indirectly. ACTS' programs include Detoxification, Domiciliary Care, Intensive Residential Treatment, Halfway House, and Outpatient Services. John Marrocco, Lola M. Colston, Sandra Prince, and Daphney j;llo, .. ... you set your priorities towards that goal, and act according-.... ly, life will be rewarding. "CC .c: rn -::c = == = = I = -= Yvonne is attracted to a man who is ambitious; strong, caring, and one who is willing t'o sacrifice his time for her. Her favorite star is Diana Ross. Phone Your News 248-1921 ON SUNDAY, APRIL 7 At 3:00P.M. THE DIXQNAIRES Are Hoving A BIG MUSICAL PROGRAM At TEMPLE HOLINESS CHURCH 2002 East 15th Avenue (At 20th Street) ELDER ROBERT SLEDGE, Pastor On Program Will Be THE DIXONAIRES, HEAVENLY TRUMPETS, GORDON AIRES, SPIRITUAL GOSPEL SINGERS, WILSON BROTHERS, SPRING HILL MALE CHORUS, EDISON ST ARLlGHTS, CAROL MAYES & SISTER, SIS. PERKINS, KING GOSPEL SINGERS, HOUSE OF PRAER, MIGHTY STARS OF JOY, ZION TEMPLE GOSPEL SINGERS, SIS. DORIS And Other Groups Are Invited To Attend. KATHY WILLIAMS, Mistress Of Ceremonies REV. L. WILLIAMS Will Open Service. COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 6414 North 30th Street ''HE IS RISEN'' Come Out And Worship At Our ANNUAL EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE < SUNi>A Y, APRIL 7 At 5:30A.M. ;;.
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2615 CHIPC O Rev.S. C L aw s on Pa stor. S unday S chool, 9:30 M Morning Worship, 11 A M. C la ss -7-lJQ-P.-M. WISHING YOU A Happy Easter To All And May God Be With Each And Everyone Of You, Regardless Of Your Denomination. HAPPY BIRTHDAY r-; From 4613 E 24th Ave. Tampa,_ Fl. Ph. 623-3236 Bus -621-5333 Res With JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY NIGHT LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF 17th STREET AND18th A VEN-UE IN YBOR CITY AGES 14 AND OVER THE CASTLE EXTENDS A SPECIAL INVITATION TO JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL FEATURING TWO D. J.'S SPECIAL GUESTS THEFILLAS And THE HOUNDS / CONSTANCE BAITY Constance Roxanne Baity will celebrate1 her 6th birthday, April 5. She is the daughter of Clarence and An ne Baity, and the god-daughter of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Davis (Margaret) ADMI SSIONONLY$1.50 MUSI C STARTS PROMPTLY AT 8 :00P.M. Constance will be joining her sister, Calandra, and kin dergarten friends at Robles Elementary for an Easter Egg Hunt and Party on Friday. She will be treated to lunch at Showbiz Pizza Place followed by the movie "Care Bears" on Saturday. D! COMMERCIAL FREE COMMUNITY RADIO ROOTS*ROCKERS*REGGAE ON WMNF88.5FM After Midnight Every Tuesday 12 Mid.-3:00 A.M. Every Friday 1:30 P .M.-4:00P.M. "The Reggae Lady" AnnMcHayle Caribbean Connection Every Wednesday 2:30 P.M.-4:00P.M. Every Saturday 4:00 P.M.-6:00P.M. Cheryl Mogul-Adams __ For FREE Program ___ WMN F 2_2_6-_30_0_3-=-====88. 5 FM DEANNA KING Deanna 'L. King will celebrate her second birthday on April 7, with a party. those wishing her a happy birthday are her paren-happy birthday are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin (Beverly) King; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam King, and Mrs. Mary L. Jones. Deanna will finish celebrating her birthday with a trip to see her father on AprillO. ERICA MA TTHIEW Erica Nicole Matthiew will be 6 years old on April 6. She will celebrate with a birthday party family members and friends. Her parent s are Mr. and Mrs. (Marilyn) Matthiew. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. V. (Lillie) Griffin, Sr., and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs : Moses (Lorene) THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 29th Street Pastor Young Glover 3838 -29th Street SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 1985 Easter Sunrise Service 5 A .M. Sunda y School 9 : 30A.M. Mornin g Servic e 10: 45 A.M. Easter Program4 :00P. M We Are Inviting Eve r y one To Come And En;oy This "Easter Program", In Support Of Our Youth. Gibbs. She is the god-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Sebren i a) Hicks, Jr. Eri c a i s a kindergarten s_tudent at B r yan Elementary S c hool. She at tend s Sunr i se Church o(Christ w ith her parents and her s ister, Andrea She i s al s o a membe r o f the Faith, Hope and Char it y Singer s. ERIC T. HAYES Birthday greeting s are ex tended to Eri c Terrell Hay es who will be10 years old on Easter Sunday April 7. Eric i s a 4th grader at S t. Peter Claver School and at tends New Mt. Zion M .B. Church He i s also a Belmont Height s Littl e Leaguer on th e Buffalo Ave. C ourte s y Cubs team His parents are Jame s and Gwen Hayes and he ha s two s isters and a brother Ka r en Kasmyene and Erjaam-who wish him a happ y birthday His maternal grandparent s are Ezell and Georgia Cov ington in Macon, Ga., and Mr s Annie Haye s o f Prog r ess Village i s his paternal grand mother. I CLEVETIA ROBERSON Celebrating her birthday on this day, April 5 is Clevetta Roberson. She is celebrating her big day with her kids and dear friend, Willie J. Maxwell. ROSf OF SHARON SPIRITUAl. CfNTfR 2708 23rd A venue 48th ANNIVERSARY FRI., APR. 5, 7:30P.M. MRS. ROSETTA JUDGE ... Speaker The Public Is Invited. 11111 11:1 = 1:1 1 = = -1:1 ., = r:::r. -= a. > 1:1 a. lorl' ..

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Q\1 ..... fll = Q --= Q = I .. = < -= fll -::s = = "3 = I = = ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY .. Members of Beta Sigma Chapter, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority have been busy finalizing all activi ties for their annual Debonair Ball which will take place April 12 ti n the Gasparilla Room of Curtis Hixon Convention Center. The Debonair Ball was created five years ago to. recognize young men who have the potential to become leading citizens. They are chosen and accepted according to leadership <1-bility, scholastic achievement and their display of qualities of finer manhood. Contestants for the Debonair Ball are chosen from Hillsborough County high schools, based on recommendations from each school's dean. Plaques and scholarships are given to the winner and two follow-ups. The first five Sir Debonairs were Michael Rodriguez 1980, now employed by Northern Telecom as a Systems Technician in Durham, N.C. Michael at tended Arizona State College and Tampa Technical College. Lainar Gilbert 1981, a student at Grambling College, Grambl ing, La. Robert Miller 1982, a student at Thorpe University, Atlanta, Ga., Jeffrey Bythewood 1983, presently employed by the Lincoln Hotel. Sidney Nelson 1984, planning a career in the Armed Services. THE NO. I CHOIR Of FIRST BAP'(IST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VILLAGE Will Host The NORTH TAMPA CHOIR UNION SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2:45P.M Everyone Is Welcome. All Members>:Asked To Be On Trine. 't DEACON H. MARTIN ... President BEULAH ROBINSON, Sec. ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD ... M.C. MORNING GLORY M.B. CHURCH 7510 N. 40th Street NEW CANAAN M.S. CHURCH PRISON CRUSADE BUILDING 29th Street & 21st Avenue IIIII. REV. JAMES SHEPPARD Pastor Sunday School, 10 A M Morning Worship, II A.M. B T.U., 5 P M Evening Worship, 6 P .M. First & Third Sunday Visitors Are Welcome CHURCH OF CHRIST 1312 W. Nassau Street Tampa, Fla. 33607 Along with recognizing the young men of tomorrow, the DAVID ATKISON, Minister sorority has chosen to select and dedicate their Souvenir ProSUNDAY: Bible Study, 10 A.M. & 5 P.M. 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24th Avenue '*" Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Worship Service, 11:00 A.M. Evening Service, 7:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed. 7:30P.M. Y.P. W.W.,Fri., 7:30P.M: Wonted: CHURCH MUSICIAN 689-3023 Or 247-1037 COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OF -I CHRIST gram to an outstanding male adult in the community who has Worship, 11 A.M. & 6 P.M. served as good images for young men. Men who have been REV. P. L. HUMPHREY TUESDAY: A M honored and received plaques of recognition thus (ar have ... Putor Morning Wonhip, 11:00 A.M. been: Dr. Chester C. Miles, PhD., Mr. Benjamin F. Rouse, SundaySchool, 9:30A.M. THURSDAY: Y P w.w.,s:"'P.M Mr. Edwin G. Artest (Deceased), Mr. Abraham Brown and Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Song Sen ice & Prayer Meeting Wonhip, 7 00 P M The Public Is Invited Tueo. & 7:00 P .JI;!:. Mr. All have touched ilie of many boys as well as girls throughout the years. FIRST UNION MB CHURCH The first activity leading up to this year's ball was an in-troductory affair for parents and selectees. At this informal af3707 E. Chelsea fair, they were given a short history of the sorority, the purpose of the Debonair Ball and general information. The next affair was a Boy meets Girl social hour whereby the young men could meet and greet the lovel y young ladies who will serve as their escorts. Both affairs were held at the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority house. Serving as Co-Chairmen of this year's ball are: Ms. M. Doris Wilson, Mrs. Selena Miles and Ms. Cynthia Brady. Basileus of the chap_t_er is Mrs. Lila Nichols. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA CONFERENCE .second from left, director of the Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, is congratulated by Faye B. Bryant, second from right, president of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation, follow. ing her opening address at the Founation's recent "Moving Up From Poverty" conference. Minority and nonminority women's groups discussed colhibQrative efforts for eradicating poverty at th'e meet. Joining Bryant are Janet Ballard, left, vice president of the Foundation, and Dorothy Height, right, president of the Na tional Council of Negro (Continued 10-A) ALLEN TEMPLE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 1112 Scott Street SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 1985 SUNRISE SERVICE, 5:30A.M. ... Bro. Chester E. Stonom, Speaker MORNING WORSHIP, 11:00 A.M. EASTER PROGRAM, 4:00P.M. .. Presented By Sunday School And Young People Depart ment. REV. J. D .STONOM, Minister ... Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning 11 A.M. Evening 6 P.M. Prayer-Bible Study, 7P.M. EVENING STAR TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Paris .. Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Service, II A.M. Night Service, 6 P .M, : Prayer Meeting, Thurs. 7 P.M. EBENEZER M. 8. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street REV. EZELL BERRIEN Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M. COMMUNION ... Evening Worship, 6:30P.M. Bible Study / Prayer Tues., 7:30 Easter Program Relteorsol, 2P.M. Sat. PROGRAM, 5 .P.M. Sunday GRACE MARY M.S. CHURCH 390 1 37th Street .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:30 J\.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M. Evening Service, 5:30P.M Bible Study, Wei!., 7P.M ST. JOHN M.B. CHURCH 340125th Avenue .,., ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK Putor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Service, 11 ,-\.M. Bible Study, 7 P.M REHEARSALS: Youth, Tues., 6 P.M. No.2, Tues., 7:30; No. 1 & Young Adults, Wed., 8 P.M. You Are Always Welcome LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN CENTER Palm River Recreation Center 58th And Palm River Rd. \W:t:; -l PASTOR CLYDE F. BOULER Praise & Worship Service -11 AM Faith & Deliverance Service -6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Wor ship Experience. Radio Ministry Each Saturday At 1 :15 P.M. On WCBF (1010 am). NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 405 North Oregon REV. JASPER SAUNDERS ... Putor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Wonbip, 11 A .M. BTU, 5:30P.M Evening Worship, 7 P.M Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Thundi\Y, 7 P.M. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Street REV. M MURRAY .. llastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, I 1 A.M. Evening Worship, 5 P.M Prayer Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. Visitors Are Welcome FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of LINCOLN GARDENS 4202 Palmetto Street Pastor. Sunday Schoo"!: 9 :30A.M Each Sunday Morning Service, 11 A -.M Evening Service, 6 P M First And Third Sundays B. T .U., 5 P M.Each Sunday Prayer & Bible Study' Tuesday At 7 P.M

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000D FRIDAY SERVICE With THE MAJESTIC$ APRIL 5, l 985 At 7:30P.M. THE MIGHTY STARS OF JOY Will Host a PROGRAM fASTER SUNOA Y NIGHT APRIL 7, At 7:30P.M. At GREATER FAITH TEMPLE Cor. 28th St. & 15th Ave. COLLEGE HILL MENNONITE CHURCH 3506 Machado PROPHET R. HOWARD, SR ... Founder Open Invitation To Any Singirif .1"< Or Groups That Would Like To I (Cor. 28th & Machado) ;, i EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE NEW PHILADELPHIA. M.B. CHURCH 1002 E. Buffalo A venue At 5:30A.M. Free Breakfast Everyone Welcome Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M. /: Evening Worship, P.M. REV. JAMES M .. Pastor PROFESSIONAL FAMILY PORTRAITS. Huge ll"x14" Color Portrait ; Only $5.00 Per Family "" EASTER SUNDAY 8:30A.M. To 7:00P.M. at RODEWA Y INN, 50th STREET I Sponsored By: ST ARLETTE SOCIAL CLUB Photos By: GULF COAST STUDIOS JESUS CHRI ST, THE HEALER ISAIAH 53:1-10 .... ,., VERSE 5 BUT HE WAS WOUNDED FOR OUR TRANGRESSIONS HE WAS BRUI SE D FOR OUR INIQUITIES: THE CHASTISEMENT OF OUR PEACE WAS UPON HIM: AND WITH HIS STRIPES WE ARE HEALED. ST. MATTHEWS B:."h;6) "HIMSELF TOOK OUR INFIRMITIES AND BAR E OUR SICKNESSES". 1 PETE R 2:24 WHO HIS OWNSELF BARE OUR SINS IN HIS OW N BODY ON THE TREE: THAT W E BEING DEAD TO SIN SHOULD LIVE UNTO RIGHTEOUSNESS BY WHOSE STRIPES YE WERE HEALED. 1. 1 WANT YOU TO NOTICE, IN THE OLD H EA LING WAS A PROMISE IN THE NEW COVENANT, HEALING IS NO A PROMISE HEALING IS A FACT, A REALITY. A. JESUS BORE OUR SICKNESSES AND DISEASES AT THE SAME TIME HE BORE OUR SINS 8. AS FAR AS GOO IS CONCERNED, THE BELIEVERS, '(HE BODY OF CHRIST, IS NO'f THE"SICK TRYING TO, GET HEALED. THE BODY OF CHRIST IS THE HEALED! PRAISE GOD! C. GOO BELIEVED IN THAT SACRIFICE. IF NOBODY IT OR NOT. GOD SEES US HEALED BY THE STRIPES OF JESUS. 1i. THE GOOD NEWS TO A SIN SICK WORLD IS: GOD NOT ONLY DELIVERED US FROM THE GUILT AND GRIP OF SIN, BUT HE ALSO DELIVERED US FROM OPPRESSION AND THE BONDAGE OFSATAN. ACTS 10:38 HOW GOO ANOINTED JESUS OF NAZARETH WITH THE HOLY GHOST AND WITH POWER ; WHO WENT ABOUT DOING GOOD AND HEALING ALL THAT WERE OPPRESSED OF THE DEVIL FOR GOD WAS WITH HIM A REMEMBER THAT THE SAME FAITH THAT IT TAKES FOR YOU TO RECEIVE SALVATION FROM SIN, IS THE SAME FAITH IT REQUIRES TO REC E IVE HEALING FOR YOUR BODY 8. Hf'AUNG STARTS FRONi WITHIN YOUR SPIRITUAL MAN MUST"RECEIVE HEALING BEFORE YOUR PHYSICAL BODY WILL EXPERIENCE HEALING. ROMANS 10:8-17. 111. BEFORE ANYONE CAN HAVE. STEAOFAST FAITH FOR HEALING OF THEIR BODY, THEY MUST GET RID OF ALL UNCERTAINTY CONCERNtNG GOD'S WILL IN THIS MATTER. A. UNTIL WE KNOW WHAT GOO'S WILL 1$, THERE IS NOTHING TO BASE YOUR FAITH ON EPHESIANS 5:16-17, PSALMS 107:17-20. B. CHRISTIAN$, STOP BLA'MING GOO FOR YOUR SICKNESSES AND DISEASES. BLAME YOURSELF AND THE DEVIL! SICKNESSES AND DISEASES ARE NOT BLESSINGS FROM GOD. IT IS A CURSE! DUETERONOMY 28:t!i-29. C. GALATIANS 3:13 CHRIST HATH REDEEMED US FROM THE CU R SE OF THE LAW. 1 CORINTHIANS 11-26-30 READ. BY ERNEST WILLIAMS, PASTOR OPEN DOOR CHRISTIAN CENTER OPEN DOOR CHRISTIAN CTR. 1221 E. Columbus Dr. (Cor. of 13th St.) Tampl!, FL 33602 Phone:813 / 229-1082 Sunday School 10 A.M. Morning Service; II A M Evening Service, 7 P M Bible Study, Thurs., 7 P M. 1 248-1921] THE 29TH $TREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 3310 29th Bible School, 9:45A.M. 11 AM & 6 PM Sunday, 5 PM Mo nday, 7 P.M. Prayer And Song Service, Wednesday, 7 P.M. MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719 Green 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A M. Bible Study, Tues. 7 P.M. Everyone Is Bro Larry B. Horde, Sr Deacon S i s. Patricia Ho{de Sec. r FIRST MT. CARMEL : A.M.E. CHURCH 4406 26th Street REV. E. R. WILLIAMS ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 5:30PM Bible Study, Thursday, 7:30P.M. PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 260724th Avenue REV. JfSSif MANLEY Interim Pastor S unday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, II A.M. CHOIR NO.2 And USHER BOARD NO.2 Will Serve BTU 5:30P.M. Evening Worship, 6:30P. M. Mid-Week Service & Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7 P.M. MUSICIAN NEEDED To Play PIANO Or Some Other Instrument For Church Ser vices For FAITH UNITED CHRISTIAN CHVRCH Presently Located At The Martin Luther King Center. For Further Information And Details, Please Call Patricia Givens At 877-5944. After 6:00P.M. EASTGATE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1924 E. Comanche REV. CLARK EVERETT, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Worship, 11 A.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED THE TRAVELING STARS Will Render A .PROGRAM SUN.; APRIL 7 At 7:30P.M. HEALING TEMPLE CHUR CH 5112 McBerry (at 34th St.) THE SPIRITUAL WONDERS, TRUMPETS OF JOY, FLOYD SINGERS, HEALING TEMPLE ADULT CHOIR And The YOUTH CHOil{ Of HOLSEY TEMPLE. AII. Groups Are Welcome Prayer Meeting, Tues 7 P M .. The Public I s Invited .. I MINISTER JOHNSON Sponsor ROSE CRUTCflFIELD DISABILITY DOES NOT DETER HER GOOD WORK "Give me my flowers \Wlile I can smell them" is a perfect saying for a loving, caring very beautiful Tampa nat\ve Mrs. Eva Ralph Nelson. Her mission in life has always been to aid the less fortunate. After a bout witlt multiple illnesses she was unable to be but determined to continue her work. She was assisted by Father J. C. O'Sullivan, for merly of St. Patrick, to form a group of ladies that were able to be her helpers This group is known as "Do and Mrs. Nelson is "Madame President." She smiles when MRS. It. N ELSON called this. During the major holidays she is seeking out per sons who without help m'ay not have the good things usually available at these time&. Mrs. Nelson really works all year long Whenever she learns offamilies in need she gets busy and her group puts together whatever they can to aid the needy. Christmas, and Easter are the main times she helps provide food, clothes, toys and whatever other items to bring joy into the lives of children and their families. From her sick bed she does crochet work and donates these items to her church, St. Peter Claver to aid in their fund raising efforts. Not only to her own church, she gives to many others and any wor thy organization in helping to mak e their fund raising projects a success. Mary Help of Christian school is special. In addition to these things she lets her fingers do the walking through yellow pages in order to help secure employment for folks in need of jobs This lady is also a fir'st class citizen who says ''voteless people are hopeless people; and she' is well known in political circles both high and low. Her favorite Bible Verse is Roman 8-28, "And we all1 thing'irwork together for good to those that love God." To know Mrs. Nelson is to love and admire her and realize she does in spite of her illness much more than many who are able bodied and strong. THE CALEB WRIGHTS CELEBRATE 40 YEARS DR. AND MRS. CALEB WRIGHT Friends and family joined Dr. and Mrs. Caleb (Oretha) Wright in the celebration of their 40th Wedding Anniversary on Sunday afternoon, March 31st at the Sand Dollar Restaurant. Before guests arrived, photographs of the honorees and their family were taken for posterity. The photographer remained to capture candid glimpses of this memorable occasion. The Rev. A. Leon Lowry reflected on his friendship with the couple and offered prayer. Daughter Kaydell proffered a warm welcome to all and presented a unique statement of oc. casion. Those present for this momentous event enjoyed a sump tuous repast that included a s hrimp and crabmeat appetizer, assorted seafood dinners, white wine, other beverages and luscious, beautifully decorated anniversary cake for dessert. Extending well wishes were: Dr. and Mrs. Will (Kaydell) Douglas, Rev. Lowry, Mrs. Harriet Ellington, Dr. and Mrs. F. A (Mary) Smith, Dr. and Mrs. David (Natalie) Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Andrew (Alma) Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Eva) Pride, -Dr. and Mrs Clinton (Mary) Darrien, Dr : James L. Green, Ms. Jeanette Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Clifford) Bouler Ms. Patricia Williams, Mrs. Alice White, Mrs. Andrea Mallard, Mr. And Mrs. James (Evelyn) H ammond, Ms. Dale Terrell, Mrs. Gloria Philmore and Mr. Garth Anthony. > = c. ... = Q =-c. = = rl.l

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ll'l QC c:l\ .... ll'l '2 .1:1 fl) -:E = = = = I ; ;::: = THE KIWANIS CLUB A video tape of a television program made by the Kiwanis Children's Clinic involving Kiwanians and members of the medical staff at USF and Tampa General; iS"'availabie ;.'for programs to local civic clubs and others. The half-hour tape was made at)''WTVT-TV; CHannel 13, as the College Kaleidoscope program '?With Ray Dantzler moderating the interview. Queried on the show were Dan Moore, president of the Kiwanis Children's Clinic board, Dr. Richard L. DeClue, resident at Tampa General, and Dr. Richard Julius, associate professor of pediatrics at USF. The Kiwanis Children's Clinic, to be built at USF in the medical complex will accommodate 30,000 of Hillsborough County's medically indigent children each yea. The health center will be staffed by members of the Hillsborough County Pediatrics Society, the pediatric medical staff at USF and other volunteers. Persons interested in securing the tape along with a speaker for their club or organization niay call 97-CHILD. Moore said the club would have to furnish its own VHS machine. SOCIALITES TRAVEL CLUB The Socialites Travel Club will hold its monthly meeting Saturday, April 6, at 5 p.m. with Linda Hill as hostess at her residence, 2911 N. Woodrow. Members are urged to be present and report on ticket sales for the annual brunch. This year the club has designated the affair its "Spring Champagne Lun cheon Extravaganza." Eddye Hankerson is president and Margaret Harris Danzey is secretary and reporter. THE CLERICAL & PROFESSIONAL STAFF The Clerical & Professional Staff held their monthly meeting : at the horne of Ruby Brown. A delicious meal was served. Plans were discussed and finalized for the culminating activi ty which will be held in May. The club presented to Mr. Bob Gilder, president of the local branch of the NAACP, a check paying the balance of life membership in the NAACP. A donation was also presentd to Sickle Cell Association from the club and was accepted by Mr. Frank Reddick. Members of the Clerical & Professional Staff are: Jessie Artest, Marie Beard, Liberta Booker, Olga Brown, Ruby Brown, Pearl Coffee, Altamese Culver, Idelle Davis, Essie Feu, Theola Houston,Bernice Jackson, Bessie Lewis, Frankie Minnis, Minnie Sullivan, Beatrix Varner, Jennie Webb and Fronie B. Wells. Essie Feu is the President. Fronie Wells is the Reporter WEE BANKERS CLUB The members of the Wee Bankers Social Club will make the final plans for their Pre-Mother's Day Tea, to be an event of April 28, when they meet at 5 p.m. Saturday at the home of the president, Mrs. Bertha Duncan, 407 S. Fremont. NOVELETIES SOCIAL CLUB -The Novelettes Social Club will hold their next meeting at the home of Eddie Lee Jones, 710 Ross, oil April6, at 7 p.m. Mary Mitchell is the president and Cynthia Cousin is the reporter. BUFFALO SOCIAL CLUB The newly established Buffalo Social Club, located at 2908 Yz E. Buffalo Ave., recently held its first election. Officers elected were as follows: J. C. Buie, President; Charles Langston, Vice President; Coleman Beamon, Business Manager; Kenny Buie, Secretary; J. L. Millage, Treasurer; Marvin Johnson, Sgt. at Arms; and Eddie Thompson, Chaplain. The club also discu ssed in length the calendar of events for the year and finalized plans for the upcoming Pool and Whist Tournament. BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN Downtown Business and Professional Women will meet on Wednesday, April 10, at noon at the Tampa Club. This meeting will be for election of officers for the coming year Reservations must be made b y 11 -a.m. April 8, b y calling 872-7863 or 879-3001. For additional information, contact Janeen Trevillyan at 224-3162. MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1950 The Middleton High Class of 1950 will meet Sat. at the home of the President Robert Scott, 3604 River Grove Drive at 7 P M. Birthday celebrants for April: Robert Scott, Apr 1, and Elois Allen, Apr. 8; and for last month, Lina Tillman, March 13. LAS DAMAS CLUB The Las Damas Club was entertained on March 23, at the _home of Gloria Harrison, who served as hosteess for the month of March. Members present were: Dalia Bethel, Emma Green, Martha Kennedy, Lillian Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lazarus, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stokes, Dorothy Danzey. Other guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kirten, Mrs. Dorothy Alford, Mrs. Eva Pride, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hankerson. (Continued On Page 11-A) 5 98 32 X 60 PRINTED TERRY BEACH TOWEl Reg. 7 .99 fJf,''"[' I I 1 -I nr' r- I i I I 14 88METAL STACKING o CHAIR Reg. 19.99. -,_J_-..-1 ;rr--11 99 BELMONT WEB LAWN CHAIR Reg 15 99 NEW! g .\. AlkaMints 9 99W 'X60'RUBBERVINYL RADIAL BEl TED CARDEN HOSE #9650 21 99 BELMONT WEI LAWN CHAISE Reg 28 .99 Sale Prices good thru Sat., April 6th. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES See the yellow pages for the Ec;kerd nearest you. 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. c 'C = -< t) 4 WIIH -c. ., t:?'\,. 11) .,,. [ 7 [l.Hl -L ...... BY JqNSEY ........... Hoyas Yield To The The Georgetown Hoyas entered the NCAA tourna men t riding a 16 game winning streak, a 31-2 record, the number one ranked college team in America, the top team in the tourna u.:;uc. and the most hated team the universe Villanova to the NCAA on a wing a prayer and was not given chance to win the tournaby anybody. Georgetown made it to the ship game as ex-ected by everybody. Villanova made it to the same to the near fatal surprise almost everyone. By game the pressure was on the Georgetown Hoyas. The Hoyas' fans heaped pressure on its team, the press chipped in, and the Hoyas put it on themselves. By halftime of the championship gam(!, the were operating in a cooker. Villanova, the Cinderella of the tournament, was and played with a ''we've got nothing to lose at tude." When the dust eared, the Wildcats of had dethroned the mighty Hoyas by a score. Give Villanova They played a beautiful game, executed well, had strategy and had lady on their side. Villanova's strategy was the ball, not let the Hoyas and take the high percen shots. In doing this, the shot a tournament 78.4 percent from the field. In the meantime, Georgetown was playing as if. were the underdogs rather than Villanova. They were victimized by poor passes and poor shot selec tions. Georgetown is known for putting the heat on the other team, but last Monday n_ight the NCAA finals, it was Georgetown who felt the heat. It was a kind of heat that John Thomps<;m was not use to. Not only did the heat rattle the Georgetown players, but I feel that it also bothered the "old" too. Thompson made several errors that eventually led 'to the downfall of his team. In t the meantime, Villanova's Rollie Massamimo did a brilliant job of guiding his underdog Wildcats to an upset victory. No, the best team did not win. The Hoyas could play Villanova three more times and win all three. The Hoyas are the best college basketball team in America. What happened in Lex ington last M'onday night is the Hoyas t()ok the night off, left their thinking caps at home and fell victim to a well prepared Wildcat team that wanted to win t\le ball game much more than the Hoyas. Congratulations to Coach Thompson and his Hoyas. They had a fantastic season. Congratulations to Coach Rollie Masammimo and his Villanova Wildcats. They cer tainly had a magnificient season. ROOTS GOLF TOURNAMENT The 7th annual Roots Golf Tournament will be heid at Rogers Park Golf Course on Sunday, Aprill4. The purpose of this tournament is to bring golfers together of all ages for a day of golfing, fun and to remember when The format of the tournament is a two man team scrabble. It is desired that a golfer under 50 tee off as partners with a golfer that is 50 or over for this day of fun. Each year this event is sponsored by Tampa Golf Club to try to bring together those pioneer golfers who paved the way for black golfers in the Tampa area and those who play today. Tee off time for this eveQt will be 10 a.m. Again, the event will be played at Rogers Park Golf Course located at 7910 N. 30th Street. Golfers will be treated to a menu of Southern Fried Chicken and Baked Beans at the Tampa Golf Club's clubhouse. Food will be served as soon as the tournament is over. / BANNER DAY FOl:t BLACK GOLFERS Last Sunday was a banner day for black golfers. Everybody playing anywhere went to the pay window. We 713 A S. HOWARD AVENUE OPEN SUN .. MON., THURS .. FRI. 10 AM-6:30PM CLOSID, SATURDAY -. gQY'S'B'EAU .TJFUL DOUBLE BREASl ED Sl.fiTS .. LOW PRICES BOY'S LATEST STYLES SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS. LOW PRitE$: BOY'S DRESS PANTS & JEANS; SIZES 8-20 ........ '5.95 MEN'S 2-PC. WALKING SUITS .................. '1795 UP MEN'S. BAGGY PANTS, SIZES 27-42 ............. '9.95 UP MEN'S 100% POL VESTER CONTINENTAL & ,BELT LOOP PANTS 28-60 ...................... '6.95 UP MEN'S SUITS {36-60) ...................... LOW PRICE$ LEATHER LOOK AND PARACHUTE PANTS .......... '7.95; MEN'S WORK PANTS ........................... MEN'S, FANCY JEANS ................ ; ........ '6.95 UP BY C. BLYTHE III (A Weekly Series) Edmund Nelson: Pittsburgh Steeler Star Stresses 'Self .. Discipline' When an athlete strives to Edmund played football excel in every aspect of life, he and basketball for King High or she will be noted by others School from 1976-78. In foot as being a well disciplined perball, he played every position son. above average. Edmund was Edmund Nelson is one of known by his coaches and Tampa's exceptional athletes peers as being "Mr. Consis who strives to excel in any tent." Since he was needed all endeavor. Whether it was in over the field, Edmund could sports or academics, Edmund never say he played a certain excelled position better, because he His enthusiasm came from strived to excel in all of them his self-discipline obtained in Edmund played the positions his childhood days. Edmund of place-kicker', tight end, stated that his discipline conmiddle linebacker, and offen tributed to most of his success. sive tackle. In 1978, he made "My parents instilled in ll)e the All-Western Conference that discipline is one of the : key> teanhit 'the-tight end position. attributes a person needs to That same year he won the make it in this world. I utilized Tommy Owen Award, the widsom to the best of my athlete award : at award With h1s natural ability and' for character and scholastic size, Edmund was soon mak.:" -Be :also won the ing a name for himself. Guy for being finess and coordination the most : outstanding athlete. started early in his career. On In Edmund played the football field, Most was death on any runnmg : players were happy to make back that ran his way. He had the team for one year: During the speed and agility to run the his three year career, he field from end to end with the averaged 11 points and seven sureness most coaches loved to rebounds per game. see. all know about the $162,000 purse Calvin Peete picked up at the Tournament Players Championship, but did you know that Jim Dent of St. Petersburg had a paycheck in excess of' $12,000? After graduation, Edmund accepted a football scholarship to attend Auburn University. Attending Auburn gave hiqt the pleasure of playing with many stars that made it in the NFL.. Stars such as William Andrews, James Brooks, Joe Cribbs, George Peoples, and many others. His last year, Edmund was picked to play in the Blue Gray and Senior Bowl. In the Blue Gray Bowl, he won the most valuable defensive player award with 10 and 2 sacks. In the Senior Bowl, Edmund stated that was the turning point in hi career. "During that game, Chuck Noll was the coach. gave him the opportunity to see me play, and in the outcome he was impressed with my perfor. mance," stated Edmund. In 1982, Edmund was in the seventh round by the burg Steelers. He has played every playoff game while being Steeler. In 1984, Edmund led defense with seven sacks, was second in most tackles the Steeler defense. Currently, Edmund is for the spring working out to keep in shape for the coming season. The 6-4, pound tackle stated one thing hope young athletes learn is to have self-discipline. In Los Angeles, Cali'fornia, the Carte B1ance Seniors tour nament was being played. Lee Elder went to the pay window and picked up a check for $6,500. In that same event, Tampa's Charlie Owens was paid $4,550 for his weekend of work. Joining Owens at the pay window were Pete Brown and Charlie Sifford. Sifford took $4,050 out of the pot, while Pete Brown car ried home $1,750. Ted Kroll, the last of the blacks in the carried away $1,075. I say to the young peo ple that there is gold in golf for blacks who want to pay the price to perfect their game to the professional level. "It's Home Improvement Time Again" MICHA.EL R. REEVES See Yellow Pages Sewer Replacement Sewer Cl-nlng Faucet Leaks Water H-ters Sinks For All Your Plumbing Needs CALL REEVES 238-4348 FOR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES RENDERED COURTEOUSLY, EFFICIENTLY AND CONFIDENT/ALLY, CONTACT THE LAW OFFICES OF FRE. D L.. BUCKINE AND CAROL. YN HOUSE I PERSONAL INJURIES WRONGFUL DEATHS PROBATE AND CRIMINAL 518 NORTH TAMPA STREET, SUITE 203 TAMPA, FLA. 33601 {813} 223-2044

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. .... ompson: Georgeto wn Not Dead t Worst Bill WASHINGTON A tumultuous crowd of Georgetown students cheered their team's arrival home and shouted wildly as coach John Thompson called this season's 35-3 team the beginning of an era for the school. "Last year I said when I die, if I can't go to heaven, I want to go to Georgetown," Thompson told a screaming crowd of 4,000 to 5,000 students. "I'm here to tell you, we ain't dead folks." Georgetown, the 1984 na tional champion, lost the 1985 NCAA title game, 66-64, to Monday night at ...... .1\.lll,!>;LVU, Ky. As All-America Patrick Ewing wiped tears from his eyes smiled broadly, Thomp_. said the senior's departure ;-vas "not the end of an era, it's Income Taxes JOHN THOMPSON a beginning." "When these seniors came here, they built an era. They never leave you. Patrick Ew-HOWARD McKNIGHT Certified Public Accountant Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8 AM -6 PM Individual And Business Taxes Accounting Services 61h Yrs. Work Experience With IRS J936 E. Hillsborough Ave. (TampaJ237-4496 Belinda G. Noah. Attorney At Law 273-8119 One Tampa City Center -19th Floor 201 Franklin St.-Tampa ing will never le -ave Georgetown,'' a smiling Thompson told the crowd at Healy PJaza in center of campus. "Georgetown is not a sum total of what is on the c scoreboard. It's a spirit and an ... \ attitude." Bill Martin, one of the graduating seniors held a finger in the air as he cheered what he called ''a wonderful four years." ''This year has by far been the best," said Martin, who scored 10 points in his fin3l game. "We came in style and we wanted to go out in style. We may not have won Mon day night, but we're still going to go out in style." Ewing, getting by far the loudest ovation, made the shortest speech. "I just want to say that I love you," the 7-foot center said. Ralph Dalton, Ewing's backup who is graduating but has one more year of athletic eligibilty left, was greeted by chants of "One more year." Thompson said people had been surprised that the heavily favored Georgetown players stood and applauded Villanova after the tough loss. "That's no surprise. We know how to win and we kQow how to lose," Thompson said. The players and coach had been far more somber a little earlier when they walked through National Airport on their way home to the rally. ENTERTAI -NMENT LAW Copyright Protection For Artists, Dancers, Actors, Singers, Writers Musicians and Photographers Original Works; Contracts and lnfrin9ement Suits. INTERNATIONAL L.AW Contracts, Imports And Exports. IMMIGRATION L.A W Citizenship -Permanent Residency, Labor Certification And Deportation. PERSONAL INJURY & WRONGFUL DEATH Auto, Truck, Motorcycle, Train And Plane Accidents, Slip And Fall And Other Accidents. OTHER: LEGAL. SERVICES: Incorporation Bankruptcy-Real Estate -DWI And All Traffic Matters. At Best Richest One era ends, another begins. In this case, Patrick Ewing belongs to both of them. He was the dominant collegiate player for four years at Georgetown and he is going to be, according to every observer in the Western world, a seven-foot Bill Russell with offense in the NBA. Lottery-bound teams are praying with let's use an NBA word'_ intensity. The lottery will be May 12, at halftime of an NBA playoff game. On national television, of course, guaranteed to produce ratings that normally go PATRICK EWING to the Ewings who wear the boots and hats. Seven teams representing him, I would exwill qualify; nine are in or still pect to get more than Ralph contending. Ewing could wind Sampson and Akeem Ola up with the Knicks in New juwon got. "1 York or the Clippers in LA. Last Woolf got He could also be unlucky $749,000 for:'Akeem from the enough to wind up calling for Houston Rockets. The con the ball on the low post from tract will peak at $1.5 million. Jerry Sichting in Indianapolis. The year before, Tom Collins Wherever Ewing goes, he sucked in $1.1 million for won't be able to wear the tee. Sampson, also from the shirt under his uniform jersey. Rockets. Sampson's deal was He can fill the extra space betthe highest any rookie was ween the jersey and his chest ever paid. Whoever represents with money. Ewing may have Ewing Grinker figures it'll lost his bid to repeat as NCAA be the Donald Dell or Lee Fen champion Monday night, but tress groups both based in he may soon be wealthy Washington is certain to enough to buy Villanova and point out that Ewing should the rest of Philadelphia. get more because neither of "Whatever he asks for, you those players ever won the NCAA title. And because Ew-fill. in the Ron ing is often mentioned in the Gnnker, a Cmcmnatl-based same sentence with Bill agent, said yesterday. "He's a Russell. 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--AIKENS HENDRY, DEACON ROBERT R. Funeral ser vices for Deacon 'Robert R. Hendry of P .0. Box 187, Seff ner, Fl., who passed away, Sunday, March 31st, will be held Sat. April 6th, 3:00 P.M. at Israel Bethel P .B. Church with Rev Samuel D. Hendry' officiating. Interment will .,; in the Mayberry Cemetery Seffner, Fl. Deacon Hendry was a native of Seffner, Fl. He was a member of Israel Bethel P .B. Church. He was a retired employee of Northwestern Canning Co. Survivors are: 4 daughters Mrs. Dorothy Mc Cardy, Mrs. Betty McCray and husband Charles, Mrs. Linda Walker and husband Tommy, and Mrs. Juan Dell Williams and husband Jim-. m1e; 7 sons, Mr. Robert C. Hendry and wife Julia Mr Willie G. Hendry, Mr. Samuel Hendry and wife, Pearl Mr. Leonard Hendry and wife, Ethel, Mr. Ronnie Hendry, Mr. Joseph He'ndry and wife, Gloria anc:J Mr. Mar shall Hendry; 2 sisters, Mrs Leona Moore and husband Albert and Mrs. Everett; 43 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; 5 sisters in-law ; 8 brothers-in-law and a h?st, of nieces, nephew s, cousms and devoted friend s. The remains will repo se at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. The family will receive friends at the chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME." TAYLOR, MR. LEVY Funeral services for Mr. Levy Taylor, of 3808 32nd Ave., who passed away, Satu rd ay, March 30th, will be held, Saturday, April 6th, at 1:00 P.M., at Mt. Olive M.B. Church, with the pastor, Rev. C.P. Epps, officiating. Inter ment will be in the Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Mr. Taylor was a .native of High Springs, Florida and a resident of Tam pa for the past 20 years. He was a member of Mt. Olive M.B. Church. Mr. Taylor was a retired employee of Sears Co. Survivors are: a devoted wife, Mrs. Sandra J. Taylor; son, Mr. Freddie Taylor; daughter s, Theodora Keaton, Jackie Canady and husband, Rodney, Carol Wynn and hus band; Frank, and Faith Sandra Taylor; 11 brothers Mr. Howard Tstyibr, and Mr. Thomas Taylor -' s1sters, Mrs Josephine Shuman and Mrs. .(udrey Scott; aunts, Mrs. Annie R Coby of Plant City, FL, and Mrs. Willie Mae Rainey of Wilmington, Delaware; nephew, Mr. Robert Shuman meces, Mrs. Willie Bell Brown, Mrs. Bessie Johnson, and Mrs. Vera Bright; mother in-law Mrs. DeBarco Edison; brothers-in-law, Mr. Herman Jones_ Jr., Mr. Michael Edison and Christopher Edison; of Baltimore, Maryland; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Peggy Putnam, Faith Walker, and Judy Bailey of Philadelphia, P A; neighbors, Mr. & Mrs Leroy Johnson, and Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Nelson; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P M. this evening. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3808-32nd Ave. 'AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. WILLIAMS, MR. GREGORY L. -Funeral ser vices for Mr. Gregory L. Williams, of 2510 Central Ave. #114, who passed away Tuesday, April 2nd, will be held!. Saturday, April 6th, at Allen Chapel A.M.E. C hurch, Starke, FL, with Rev. E. O. Howard officiating Interment wfff be in Odd Fellows Ce meter y, Starke, FL, with Haile F unera l Home handling a rrangement s. Mr. Williams was a nat ive of Gainesville, FL and a resident of Tampa for 6 years. He was an employee of the City of Tampa. Surv i vors are: wife, Cynthia Williams; 2 daughters, Ursula and Shon dra Williams; mother, Clara Williams; father, Jethro Williams; 5 brothers, James Williams -of Ft. Lauderdale FL, Terry Baker of West Beach, FL, Tony Williams of Starke, FL, Jethro Williams, Jr. of Sarasota, FL, and EmWatkins of Starke, FL; 4 s1sters, Shirley Williams of Starke, FL, Kennthia Williams of Youngstown, Ohio, Phyllis L. Davis of Gainesville, FL, and Addie Newsome of Sarasota, FL; 1 foster sister Lorraine Patterson of Gainesville, FL; grand mothers, Sallie P. Williams and Edna Baker, both of ---------------------Starke, FL; great grandmother, Lillie Baker of West Palm Beach, FL; ste p mother, Alene Desue Watkins of Starke, FL; several uncle s and aunts, among whom is Leonard A Cumm.!ng of Gainesville, FL; goomother, Mary McCollough of Titusville, FL; father and ntJ_ lher-in-law Mr. & Mrs. Garland of Tampa, FL; 7 brothers-in-law; 5 sisters-in-law; and a host of other uncles, aunts nephews, nieces cousinS' and friends. The remains reposed at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P M. Thursday evening. The family received friends from 7 to 9 P.M. at the Chapel. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME. BRYANT& WIL-LIAMS form at Street. Ar rangements by BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Fu n era l Home). PUGHSLEY BONNER, MRS. THELMA K. Funeral ser vices for Mrs. Thelma K. Bon ner of 4303 E. Powhattan Ave., who passed away March 31, will be held Saturday morning at 11 A.M. from St. Peter Claver Catholic Church with the Father Joseph O'Keefe Officiating. Inter ment will follow in Shady Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Bonner was a native of Key West Florida and has resided Tampa for a number of years and was a retired English Teacher for the Hillsborough County School System. She was a very active member of WARREN, MRS. MARSt. Peter Claver Catholic THA Funeral services for Church, a Charter member of Martha Warren, 2510 Alpha Sigma Chapter Iota Phi Central Avenue, Apt. 121, Lambda Sorority. Mrs. Bon who passed in a local hospital ner is survived by: 1 son, Mr. will be held Monday at 1 p.M. Charmont Bonner; a host of from THE RAy WILliAMS among whom are, Ms. MEMORIAL CHAPEL with Rodine Viorla, Pleasantville, the Rev. C.P. Epps ofNew Jerse y, Mr. and Mrs. ficiating. Entombment wjll George Viorla and family, follow in Memorial Park Pleasantville, New Jersey, Mr. Cemetery. Survivors are: a Roy F. Murray and family, son, Mr. Wallace Langston & Atlantic City, New Jersey, Mr. wife, Minnie; 2 daughters, Amado Pedrosa Tampa, Mr. Mrs. Catherine Mitchell & Lang B Milon and wife, husband Elex, Ms. Cheryl Dorothy, Ms. Concheto Scott Warren and friend Henry; a and family, Mr. Francisco and sister, Mrs. Mildred Gillette of Anthony Castillo and family Detroit, Mich.; all of Key West Florida, Ms. Mrs. Freddie Lee Bivens & Lillian Pon Gaines and family, husband Jim, Mr. Anthony West Palm Beach, Florida, Thomas, Mr. Wallace Mr. Jose Lang Kenshaw and Langston Jr., Mr. Harold family, Miami, Florida, Mr. Langston, M r. Timothy Everett A. Kenshaw & family, Langston, Kathy Mosley Tallahassee, Florida, Ms. Nork Mitchell, Stephanie MitJohnson, Miami, chell, Ronald Sirmons, Henry Flonda and Ms. 'Mamie Sirmons Jr., Keysha Sirmons Valdez, Los Angeles, Califor and Howard Webb; greatnia and a host of other grandchildren, Niki and Kelo relatives and friends. The re Lailgston, Michael, Corlette main s will lie in state at and Carl Mosley, Stevie and Pughsley Cathedral after 5 La wanda Langston; 6 niece s P.M. Friday (today). The and 1 nephew; 4 great-great family will receive friends on grandchildren and a host of Friday from 8 until 9 P.M. at sor rowing relatives and friends the Funeral Home with Ro sary among whom are Stacie Service at 8:30 P.M. On Moo Morgan, Gladys McBride, day evening at 7:00P.M. at St. Claretha Young & family Peter Claver Cath olic Church, Louvenia Whitehead, a Memorial Mass will be held. Fitzgerald & family, Claude PUGHSLEY FUNERAL Jackson and Donald HOME in charge Claiborne. Mrs. Warren was a na tive of Panama City and had resided in Tampa for many years. The remains will repose at the RAy WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 1 P.M. Sun day. The funer!d cortege will AIKENS FU NERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service CANION, MRS. MINNIE LEE Funeral services for 'the late Mrs. Minnie Lee Ca nion of 3923 Nassau St., who pa ssed away April 1, will be held Satu rday 2 P.M. from Greater New Salem P B Church, the Elder R. H. Howard pa s tor officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Canion a native of Georgia resided in Tampa for a number ofyears. She was a member of Choir No. 2, Fellowship Choir the Senior Mission and the Youth Council of Greater New Salem P.B. Church. She was a member of Lily White SBA Lodge No. 4, Mrs. Elizabeth Curry, Pres. and the Armettia B&B Society Lodge No. 6, Mrs. Sallie Allen, Pres. She to mourn her homegomg: 1 daughter, Miss Darlene Canion; 1 son, Mr. Carl Ca nion and wife, Joyce; 1 sister, Mrs. Ruth Peeples and hus band, Herbert Peeples, Sr.; 11 nieces, Betty Smith, Newark, N.J., Mrs. Ella Mae Fisher and husband, Calvin, Hatti Jerald, Shirley Porter of Tam pa, Geraldine Evans, Barbara Cowan, Evelyn Turner, Atlanta, Ga., Gwen Canion, Jackie Caniori, Linda Canion of N.Y., Mrs. Bernice Gooch and husband, Walter of Atlanta, Ga., 7 nephews, Herbert Peeples Jr., Robert Peeples, Earl Peeples, Tampa, Michael Canion, Raymond Canion of Atlanta, Ga., Rodney Canion and Seth Canion of N.Y., Joseph Jackson and Leroy Jackson of Newark, N .. J.; other nieces and nephew 3 s isters-in-law Mrs. Lillian Reed and husband Otis, Mrs. Amelia Fanning and husband, Bo, and Maude Davi s of Atlanta, Ga., 2 brothers-in law, Bishop Samuel Canion and wife, Minnie of New York, Eugene Canion of Philadelphia Pa.; cousins, ot_ her relatives and sorrowing fr1ends. The remains will lie in state at Pughsley Cathedral af ter 5 P.M. (Friday) today and Fraternal rites will be con ducted at 7 P.M. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME in charge. MOLPHUS, MR EDDIE (COON -CRABMAN) Funeral services for Mr. Eddie (Coon-Crabman) Molphus of 1211 E. Kay Street #3 who passed awa y March 2 8, will be held Saturday at 4:30 P.M. from Pughsley Cathedral with the Elder R. H. Howard, Of ficiating. Interment will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Molphus was a native Tampan, a World War II veteran and was an employee of the International Longshoremen Association Local No. 1759. He leaves to mourn his demise : a wife, Mrs. Rosena Molphus; 1 son, Mr. Kenneth Molphus; 2 sisters, Ms. Elizabeth McClain and friend, James Richardson and Ms. Gloria Jean Freeney; 3 brothers, Mr. Norris Molphus and wife, Gerture; Mr. Earl Molphus and wife Lillian and Mr. Molphus; 2 nieces Ms. Angela Freeney and Ms. Helen Simp son; 3 nephews, Mr. Willie Simpson, Jr., Mr. Earl Molphus, Jr., and Mr. Darryl Molphus; a very devoted (Continut;_d On Page 18-A} 'u. w ... c fll = 0 =-c = fll ''tl )> C'l M V'l M < 'Z ,..., 't"": M 'Z ;...

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I lfll = ( Continued From Page 11-A) 'd, .c, t-"" friend Ms. Mae Tillman Vann, Mrs. Vernon MattJ n of and family among devoted Mrs. friends, Ms. Mary Robinson Wingf1eld, Mr. Merntt S!m and family, Mr. Harold Memons Jr., Ms. Helen Slm Call and Ms. Ola Mae Lus ane monns, Mrs. Holley, d a host of other relatives Mrs. Glennette PariS Corey ::d friends. The remains will Pressley, Mr. Edd!e I n state at Pughsley Mr. Von Pressley, Mr. V1ctor le 1 M V -Wli't Cathednil after 5 P.M. Friday White, & r. ernon I e (today). Family and friends New N.Y., Mrs. Fan are asked to meet at the me Wh1te, of F neral Home on Saturday at N.C., Mrs. Penny Wh1te, Mr. P.M PUGHSLEY White, & Mr. Thom.as FUNERAL HOME in charge Wb1te, of Greensboro, N.C., 2 devoted friends: Mr. RaySHADY GROVE PRESSLEY, MR. REN WICK L. (REN) Funeral services for Mr. Renwick L. (Ren) Pressley, of 2315 St. Conrad Street, who passed away Friday March 29, will be held Saturday, April 6 at 1 P.M. at Greater Mt. Moriah P .B. Church, 1225 Nebraska Ave. with the Elder Clarence L. Warren Jr. Pastor, of : ficiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Mr. Pressley was a native of Tam : pa, and a resident of Tampa mond Scott, & Mr. Veron Farmer, a host of nieces, nephews, & other .sorrowing relatives & friends. The re mains will repose sifter 5 P.M. (today), Friday at the Shady Grove Funeral Chapel and Saturday at the church from 11 A.M. until funeral time THERE WILL BE NO VIEW ING AFTER EULOGY. The ,funeral cortege will arrange from 2315 St. Conrad Street. "SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME," 2305 NORTH NEBRASKA AVE. WILSON all of his life. Graduate Class BLACKMON, MRS. :of 1975 of Robinson Sr. High ELBERTHA TURNER School. He was employed with Funeral services for Mrs. the National Insurance ComElbertha Turner Blackmon, pany and a part-time Teacher 2207 N. Grady Ave., formerly Aide with Hillsborough Coun-of Fl., who passed Schooi System. He leaves to in a local nursing home will be remember the joy of his life: a held Saturday at 2 P.M. from very devoted mother: Mrs. the Wilson's Funeral Chapel Liona P'ressley Card; a very with the Rev. John A. devoted father, Mr. James L. Stephens, officiating. Inter. Pressley & wife, Mary; 2 ment in the Shady Grove devoted sisters, Ms. Lawanna Cemetery Survivors are: a G. Pressley, Mrs. Ondria P. : stepmother, Mrs. Hattie S. GilChrist & husband; Robert; Turner, Chicago, Ill.; brother 1 brother, Mr. Anthony Q. and sister-in-law, Rev. Walter Pressley; 1 half-sister, Ms. L. Turner (Mamie); step Demetric Pressley; 2 halfdaughter and son-in-law, Mrs. brothers, Byron PreSSley & Lucille Crowell; step Donhue Pressley; 2 very sister, Ann.ie Lee devoted grandmothers, Straughter, Chkago, Ill.; step Mother Lola Bryant, & Mrs. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Lula Johnson; Renwick was Walter (Helen) Stevens; step the grandson of the late Elder children, Mr. Jeff Blackmon, J B B t 4 aunts Mrs Miamt', Fl., Mr. Clarence ryan ; Jessie D. Starks & husband, (Wendy) Blackmon, Miami, Sr. Master Sgt. JoeL. Starks, Fl., Mr. Clyde Blackmon, Mrs. Amanada L. Martin of Newark, N.J., Mrs. Shirley New York City, Mrs. Sarah (Alexander) Boyd, Plant City, Morrow & Mrs. Helen SimFl. and Mr. Sidney Blackmon; < mons; 4 uncles Mr. Jeff grandchildren, Blackmon and Z Martin & wife, Connie of New Burnett families of Tampa, Fl, York City, Mr. Robert Martin Miami and Texas; three great of Tallahassee, FJ., Mr. Earl' grandchildren; sister-in-law, Pressley, Mr. Eddie L. Mrs. Bertha Hall; nephew s, Pressley & Glen; a host of John M. Turner and William cousins among whom are: Mr. McClain; cousins, Mrs. Ida ernard McDuffie, Mr. Turner, Mrs. Eunice (James) Turner, Mrs. Gertrude Lee Snyderand, Mrs. Dorothy (Raleigh) Dross, Bronx, N.Y., Mrs. Bernice (Fred) Holmes, Cuthbert, Ga. and a host of cousins, and other relatives. Mrs. Blackmon many friends include, Mr. Jo Jo Hill, Deacon and Sister Amos Beckton, Mrs. R. Bobo, Deacon and Mrs. C.T. Brown, Mrs. Mattie Owens, Mrs. Priscilla Pope, Sis. Vera Blackwell, Prof. A. Thomas, Sister Thelm. a Ziegler, Clewiston, Fl., Deacon and Mrs. Horace Jones, Bro. Henry Mickens. Sis. Amelia Lowe and Sister Bessie Bar field, Sister Eddie J. Moody, Mrs. Mildred Ealy and Sister Algood, Los Angeles, Ca. A native of Fitzgerald, Ga. Mrs. Blackmon was a member of Lily White SBA l'!o. 90, Mrs. Susie Beckton, Pres. and SunlightLodge of Clewiston, Fl. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." EPPS, MR. EARLY Funeral services for Mr. Early Epps, 4108 N. 29th St., who passed in a local hospital will be held Saturday at 1:00 P.M. from the Wilson's Funeral Chapel with the Rev. James Sheppard, officiating.. Inter ment in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: a very devoted friend, Mrs. Odessa E. King; godson, Michael T. Dale; sisters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anglin, Mr. and Mrs. Sideny Ryans, Lakeland, Ga.; brother and his wife, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Lee Epps, Cor dele, Ga; 8 nieces; 12 nephews; 26 great-nieceS', 25 great nephews; a number of cousins and other relatives. His devoted friends include, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sallye, Mr. and Mrs. Sam May and Mts. Alvesta Davis. Mr. Epps was a native of Kissimmee, Fl. A retired employee of the maintenance dept. of Hillsborough County. The re mains will repose -at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." PUGHSI.EY FUNERAl. HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES: 247-3151 or 247-3152 FUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ray W illiams Funeral Home 1417 N. Albany Ave. {..? Reeche Starks, Mrs. Jackie Padgett, Sgt. and Mrs. David .......... .................... 253-3419 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" ------HARRIS, MR. WILL Funeral services for Mr. Will Harris of 8220 Florida Ave., Apt-. 362, who passed away in a local nursing home, will be held Saturday at 1 P.M. at New Hope M.B. Church with the Rev. John Willis, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: his beloved wife, Julia Mae Harris; nephew, Mr. Sid "Buster" Cowans, Jr. of Cleveland, OH;many great nieces and nephews; 3 sisters-in-law, frene Crosling, Donalson ville, GA, Emma James, Orlando, and Mary Alice Brown, Tallahassee; 2 brothers-in-law, Mack Mc Coy Cull, New York, N.Y., and Bud Cull, Donalsonville; and a host of other relatives and friends. A pative of Selma, AL, M.r. Harris came to Tampa 45 years ago from/ Palmetto, FL. He was a retired employee of the Seaboard Coastline Railroad Co., and the University of Tampa Custodial Department. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday at Wilson"s Funeral Home. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." OLIVER, MR. LIGE "SOAT" Funeral services for Mr. Lige "Soat" Oliver," 1512-32nd Avenue, who pass ed awa y while visiting in Dania, Florida, will be held Saturday at 1 P.M. at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2002 Rome Avenue with Rev. C.T. Kirkland of ficiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove cemetery. Sur. vivors are: his daughter, Mrs. Lucy 0. Williams and hus band, Emmett, Dania, Florida; son, Mr. Alfred Oliver and wife, Inez; 13 grands; 16 great-grands; brother, Mr. John Oliver and wife, Jeanie, South Bay, Florida; sister, Mrs. Millie 'Simmons, Byronville, Georgia; a number of nieces, nephews, cousins and other. relatives and friends. A native of Byronville, Georgia, Mr. Oliver came to Tampa many years ago. He was a member of GUP #114, Mrs. Luella Clark, Vice President; ILA #1402, Mr. P erry Harvey, Jr., President and Fitzpatrick j Lodge #144 National Grand Orient of Ancient and Ac cephid Scottish Rites Masons. The remains will repose after 5:00 P.M. (today) at the funeral home. The family will receive friends from 7-8 'p.M. "A WILSON;S SERVICE." SIMPSON, MRS. EUNICE HONORS Funeral services for Mrs. Eunice Honors Simp son of 809 Okaloosa, who passed away in a local nursing home, will be held Saturday at 11 A.M. at Arnie M.B. Church, Nichols, FL,-with thCJ Rev. Frank McCoy, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the Alafia Cemetery. Sur vivors are: her husband, Mr. Freddie Lee Simpson; brother, Mr .James Honors, Nichols; 2 sisters : Mrs. Clara Taylor, Tampa, and Mrs Carrie Bell Glover, Nichols; brothers-in law, Mr. Walter Simpson, Mr. Larry Glover, Nichols; sister in-law. Mrs. Frances Honors, Nichols; and a host of nieces, one of whom is Miss Gloria Simpson nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. A (Continued On Page 19-A) OAK HiLL FUNERAL HOME 5016 N. 22nd Street Phone No. 237-8500 IJIG N IF/f.'IJ SERVICE WITHIN THf.' MI-.'ANS OF AIL "SerVk'i Is More Th41f"4 ust A Word With lis." tEutrlasting flttitnrial 3601 Swann Ave. Crest Building Tampa, Florida 33609 The Finest Way To Express Devotion and Remembrance BRONZE-GRANITE-MARBLE BRONZE COMPANION 36X13 $850 00 NO CHARGE: DATES 3 WORD PHRASE EMBLEMS LETTERING FREE INSTALLATION ALL CEMETERIES ..... BRONZE SINGLE 24X12 $550.00 GRANITE MEMORIALS FROM $295 00 Terms 873-2156. CaiiToday

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(Continued From Page 18-A) .- J. ... rst. native of Nichols, FL, Mrs. Simpson had resided in the Sulphur Springs area since 1944. Friends and family membrs are asked to meet at the church at 10 A.M. Satur day. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday at Wilson's Funeral Home. "A WILSON'S SERVICE.'' WILLIAMS, II SP4, JOHN BENJAMIN Funeral ser vices for SP4 John Benjamin Williams, II, 9411 Bethune Drive, Thonotosassa, Fl., who passed at Ft. Eustis, Va. where he was stationed wiJI be held Saturday at 11 A.M. from the Wilson's Funeral Chapel. In terment in the Sunset Memory Gardens. Survivors are: mother, Mrs_ Artha E. Williams; father, Mr. John B. Williams; sister, Mrs. Bar bee Pass and Basic, CinWILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 cinnati, Ohio; brother, AT'flhlr Williams; two nephews, Basic and Byron; nine uncles, seven five great aunts and other relatives, number of cousins. A devoted friend, Miss Adora Thomas, New Port News, va SP4 Williams was a native of Tam pa, graduate of Tampa Bay Tech class of 1983, a member of Temple Terrace Explorers. He had been recently selected to receive a unit citation which will be awarded posthumous ly. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE.'' IN MEMORIAM :' In memory of a devoted lov ed one, Ms. Ruby M. Lofton. You have been gone only one year, but for those of us you left behind, it seems as though you are still here. Memories of you we shall always cherish until the day we all meet again. May we never again be parted. You are missed and loved deeply but we all know you have gone to a better place. Your loving daughter, Ms. Lillie Mae and family. .-.---------Free Consult Coupon-----'--------, I L[b ror Property, Probate, Estate Planning or Bu.siness Needs -Consult: THE RICHARDSON LAW OFFICES (DC, FL, MD, lA) "Where Ordinary People are Special" T. Carlton Richardson, J D .. LL. M. Attorney/Owner 2310 N Nebraska Ave., Unit #1 Tampa. Aorida 33602 223-7075 DC/MD : 347 Celebrating a Decade of Professional Services 1975-1985 "SERVICE IS MORE THAN JUST A WORD WITH US.'' OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME 5016 N.llnd Street, Tampa, FL 33610 JAMES & ROSE HILLS, Owners' Manager MRS. HILL S WILLIE B. DOYLE WILLIAM J. JOHNSON, Funeral Director Phone: 237-8500 237-5477 INMEMORIAM In memory of Mother Lizzie Bowles, who went on another journey from this life, April 5, 1984. Your kind, gentle, forgiving nature brings back fond memories to all. The wise old sayings, the sweet old songs yoll(taught us and mariy children remain in our memory. The iink in this chain can never be replaced. The love, kindness and guidance that you gave us will always be near and dear in our hearts. With loving memories, your husband, daughter, son, granddaughters and a host of other relatives and friends. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my brother, Hanson White, who departed this life, April 7, 1978. Gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by sister, Janie Bell White; niece, Willie Mae Wilson and husband Leroy; nephews, Herbert White and wife, Ollie Lee White, Jacksonville, FL, Clarence White and wife, Mamie White, N.Y., other relatives and friends. IN MEMORIAM BUFORD ALLEN Gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by family; mother and father, Clara and Jessie Allen; children, Anichia Allen, Buford Allen, Jr.; sisters, Brenda Bass, Barbara Fluker, Bernita Done' ; nephews, Wali, Maurice, George, Jr. and Aaron, Jr. MARRIAGE George Washington Dar ville, 66, Tampa, and Merle Hyacinth Sutherland, 45, Tampa. Norman James Manning, 35, Tampa, and Irene Thomas, 33, Tampa. Robert Lee Russ, 19, Tam pa, and Michelle Moore, 17, Tampa. Brenton Monroe Everett, 17, Tampa, and Sharise Lynette Edwards, 17, Tampa. Luc Etheart Salvant, 33, Far Rockway, New York, and Elsa Victoria Collado, 19, Tampa. Frank Augustine Stokes, Jr., 27, Tampa, and Frances Deland Rosier, 29, Tampa. Richard Jimmy Meyhew, 41, Waltham, Ma., and. Juanita Matencia Grant, 30, Tampa. James Earl Hood, 28, Tam pa, and Angelia Johnson, 21, Tampa. Eugene Anthony Ward, 19, Tallahassee, and Essie Mae Mills, 17, Tampa. Ronald Joseph Lewis, 22, Tampa, and Patricia Lena Mack, 19, Tampa. Cena Savilus, 49, Tampa, and Mary Louise Green, 38, Tampa. Darryl Charles Brown, 23, Brandon, and Judy Lynn Register, 18, Brandon. Joseph Saint Fleur, 26, 'Jampa, and Lynette Nicole Owens, 26, Tampa. Edwin Echevarria, 25, Tam pa, and Tina Valdez, 31, Tam-IN MEMORIAM We cherish the precious memories of our loving mother, grandmother, sister and frJend, Gertrude Dawkins, who left us one year ago, April 4, 1984. You will never be forgotten. Your loving family. IN MEMORIAM MANSON JOHNSON Sadly missed by your wife children and friends. The family. pa. Lionel Herbert Outten, Tampa, and Christine Royal 26, Tampa. Clayton McVay, 32, pa, and Joyce Ann Williams, 25, Tampa. James Williams Grant, Jr. 45; Jacksonviile, and Joyce Suray, 43, Tampa. Clinton Bobo, 38, Tampa, and Ernise Bernitha Williams, 21, Tampa. Abdul Rasheed, 31, Tampa, and Anita Lachelle Heard, 25, Tampa. Robert Calvin Saffold, Jr., 28, Tampa, ancJ Elaine Sledge, Tampa. Alonzo Richardson, 26, Tampa, and Linda Gatlin, 27, Tampa. Earnest Moore, 39, and Loretta Glover, 47, Tam pa. ALFONSO CURRY Four years have passed since God took you to your Eternal resting place, April 4, 1981. Sadly missed by family. To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial 248-2825 or 248-3033 SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial For $705 Add for on Sutur and add .iiI 00 for ull sen il'ts ufter 3 p .m. CHARLES RELIFORD .. .. Owner > = Q. ... = =-t'1 Q; -= = Cll

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CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED A D DEPT eee HELP WANTED Barmaids and waitresses Will train. Apply at Grace's Place, 2502 N. Albany A venue. HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED BETTER JOBS Licen s ed Hairstyli s t NeedS eam s tr ess ne e ded for m e n HIGHER PAy CNC Mills and Convenedn Part-time or Full-time. clothin g s lor e For furthe r intional to s et up and run, work For more information caJI formation r ail 6 263 9 3 8. AFDC Recipients from process, print and s pecs 247-9000 or 626-9370. Clerical, with little supervision. Ex1---------------' Parllime janiloria l SECRETARY II Cashier/Sales, Prod' u c perienced only apply. Modern OUTREACH TUTOR $ 5.00 / hour Immediate ope n1-------------1 .;... ') l The Tampa Housing tion /Assembly, Hotel / Food A / C plant, good pay Work 17-27 Hours ings fo r m a l es. 253 2 539 afle r Authority has an immediate ServiCe Call;-237 1899 time, insurance and more Call Knowledgeable in area s of .,_1 2_n_o_o_n...;---------ll o p e ning for a Secretary II to FLA. EMP. PROJ. H & S. Swansons Tool ComEnglish, Science, E x peri e nced clea nin g perthe Comptroller. This position s onnel want e d pari-time and Reading and Social Studies. r e quires high school graduaCITY OF TALLAHASSEE W k .1 bl full-lime. C all b e tween 3-5 95 YNF or ava1 a e evenmgs, mor-t ion and two years' pro-P.M. 239-1452 RETIREMENT OFFICER 1 1 k f 1 f h nings, nights and Saturdays. g ressively responsible clerical s oo mg or peop e or t e 1-------------111 Salary 41)1 972 $2 671 /Mo h d t t Th" Contact M s Faulkner, Tampa CRUISE SHIP 1 e xperience and skill in short-JJ -' researc epar men IS IS a hand and typing. Equivalent BA Degree in Bus. Public Ad-parttime entry-level position in Urban League, 229-8117. JOBS! combinations will be con-min., & Finance. 4 yrs. penthe broadcast field. Must have Great incom e p o teqtial. All s idered. Salary range: $12,625 s ion administration exp. Con-good speaking skills and high AIR TRAFFIC occupation s For information $16,452. Send resume to: tact, Employment Office, City school diploma or. GED. AcCONTROLLER call: (312) 742-8620 ext. 339. Hall Tallaha'ss ee 32301. "' Written aptitude te s t. No 1 514 Union St., Tampa, FL cept1ng. appncations 33607 Deadline: 4 1 10 1 85 904 / 599-2000. Wednesday-Friday, 95 9720 aviation experience required, HAIRSTYLIST Y!_ANTED M / F EOE. EOE/ AA Executive Center Drive, St. if 30 or younger. Specialized Mu s t be lice n sed. F ull time. EEO Coordinator We are looking for a personnel. professional deman ding career growth and quality of work life Tampa General Hospital can offer all of this, and more, when you become a part of our Employee Relations Depart ment. The selected individual will be assisting in the in house development and utilization of an Affirmative Action Plan, as well as resolving EEO complaints. The recruitment of minority candidates, including han dicapped and veterans, will also be an integral fun ction of this position. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable of EEO Guidelines with a demonstrated ability to effectively interact in a team-work environment. Previous ex perience in Affirmative Action Plan implementation is also required. Salary range: $21 K to $32K. Tall:lpa General Hospital offers the qualified in dividual an exceptional benefits and compensation package. Interested candidates should forward their resume in confidence to: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS DEPARTMENT TAMPA GENERAL HOSPITAL CAREER MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES GET IN ON THE GROWTH AT ... Tampa ia growing and 10 are we at McDonald's. We have to keep up 10 our expansion program has created entry level Manager Trainee positions for the local franchise of the world' 1 largest restaurant chain Some of the qualifications are: e Previous management, tupervisory or people leadership skills are nec:euary for related college degree) e Desire to work in a performance oriented company e Energetic, able to keep up with a very demanding schedule Some of the many benefits we oHer are: e Generous training salary with increase in 4 6 months e Health, life, Dental & Disability Insurance e Pension and Profit Sharing Plan e Out. tanding Advancement Opportunities We Will Guarantee Vou A Contact Interview If Qualified. Come To Our Office. At 4908 W .. Nossou St ., Mon. April B. ItO A.M.-Noon & (Directions: West on Cypreu from Westshore intersec.tion to the first street, which is Occident, right to Nassau then left We are directly behind the Admiral Benbow Inn). CASPERS, INC. An Equ.l Employ., .,. Cl good time for the great taste Petersburg. No phone calls. experience for age s 31-35. For No following nece ssary Apply EOE. information send postcard at Bec k y s B eauty Salon, 5004 before April 30 to : FAA, E. Sli g h or call 985-6337. RECREATION THERAPY P.O. Box 26650, AAC-80 DIRECTOR (FI.8), Oklahoma City, Okla. To run useful inmate in73126. Career Civil Service. stitution recreation program. Equal Opportunity Employer. A bachelor's degree with maU.S. Citizen. jor in recreation or physical education and 2 years profesSECRETARY I sional experience in conduc-To perform secretarial ting institutional, recreational duties in Plant Cily Outpatient activities. Minimum salary Office of Mental Health $15,821 annually. Submit a Center. Requires: H/S educacompleted State of Florida ap-tion, typing 55 wpm and good plication and resume to: spelling skills. Relevant exPersonnel Dept. perience preferred. Apply: Hillsborough Correctional Hillsborough Community lost. Mental Health Center, 5707 SALESMAN .NEEDED To Sell Supplies No Experieme Needed Mu s t Have Transportation Call: 248-2266 Mondal-Saturday 9 a.m. -6 p.m. 1---F_O_R_S_A_LE __ --1 P.O. Box 878 N. 22nd. Street, Tampa, FL LEASE PURCHASE Riverview, FL 33569 33610 : .B9,900, .11534 down. 3 / 1 -AAE EOE CB, a /t, l 'arpet, remodeled. Aiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiliii&iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'1 14 W LaSalle. 239 1392 or I. CLAIMS INVESTIGATOR Start $17,950 a year. High school graduation supplemented by two (2) years of college and some experience in investigative work; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Posses sion of a claims invesigator's 520 or 620 license within one year of employment. Possession of a valid Florida's Drivers License. Apply between the hours of 8 a m. to 1 p.m. For more in formation contact the: ffO Office, City of Tampa 306 E. Jackson Street 7th floor North SEMINOLE HEIGHTS 3 bedroom, central air/heat, din,ing room, fireplace, fenced yard. Close to drugstore, supermarket, bus lines. 237-1625. SUN-BELT REALTY Assoc. Inc., Realtor CENTRALLY LOCATED Owner will help finance this 2 bedroom home. Call for details. 237-1625. SUN-BELT REALTY Assoc. Inc., Realty EXECUTIVE HOME 3 bedroom/2 bath home. Exceptionally clean. Owner will finance $49,900. l.!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiY 237 1625 I SUN-BELT REALTY Become A AssQC.tnc., Realty 223-8192 3 BEDROOMS Rl.re' ..,_, SUN-BELT REALTY Assoc. Inc. Realtor 237-1625 With The City Of Tampa The Pay Is Ou(standing: $17,062.24/Per Year Hillsborough Community College Provides A Fire Science Course Which Will Enhonce Your Ability To Become A Firefighter. For More lnformotion, Col/: Paris Von Lockette City Of T11mf'Q EEO FHA Home. Low down payment. Small monthly pay ment. Quick occupancy. Call for free information. WALT BREWER REALTY 933-6621 OWN NOT RENT 2 bedroom frame home, 2010 E. North Bay. Complete ly remodeled, nice yard $28,000, $2000 down. Terms arranged. $350 /month. Call 238-8814; after 6 p.m., 681-7166.

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----------CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL-248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS RENT RENT FHA 235 PLAN SUPER GARAGE SALE SYLVIA WIGS & Energy-efficient 1 ROOM FOR RENT New homes. Costa Saturday and Sunday, BEAUTY SALbN bedroom/1 bath furnished 223-2181 Developers, Inc., 223-5214. March 30th and 31st, 9 a.m.-2271 E. Hillsborough apartment, with a/c. 1003 E. _.. __ .. E 2 Room for rent, kitchen 3/1 large lot fenced. 6 p.m. You name it! We h ave (Eastgate Plaza) mma, rear apt. weeks free t so.:: no12 f-acilities, utilities paid. Assume monthly payments of it! Corner Central &.-. .Adalee 239-3404 ren ov-vo 1 S '' l Emp oyed, single only. $352.00. $SOOO down? treet at the lake in front of. gs -Compete Hair Nice 3 bedroom house, 251_46200r 247 358 1. tC Robles Park. Care Ybor City. Call 12 p.m. 1---......;-..;..;....;.;..-.----tn Be t h GORDY'S t r---' Luxury duplex, central liu y s op and building AIR-CONDITIONI NG & INCOME TAX for sale, 4 stations fully equipPREPARATION 2 bedroom concrete block air/heat, w/w carpet, stove & ped. $4,000 down. Corner 21st HEATING apt. for rent, air-conditioned. refrigerator 2 bedrooms, Ave. and 12 th St. 239 3822 All appliances oil, gas, Reasonable fee. $l20/month. 621 815 1. $300/month, $175 deposit. ___________ electriCal, and convenient (can be done in 1-----------....... Move-in. Call Bess. AnR,ACTIVE freezers, ice machine; ale, your home). I'm ready to help Nice room for rent, for nice THOMAS C. HILLS 3 BR home w/central a/h, washers/dryers. Call you receive the most possible settle person, no drunker, no REAL ESTATE CO. Many extras. Near super-223-9233. refund DO IT NOW DON'T ...,_;;.;....;;..;;;.;;.;;..;;_. ____ -dope user and no smoking inmarket; large drug store and DELAY. TIME IS RUNN. side house. s4o/week. r-----------.... l bus line. No qualifying loan 19" TV lNG OUT. Call: 242-6691 w/$5100 down. $4.98/week GEORGE NIX 1----------........ SUN-BELT REALTY Immediate-installation. Licensed Tax Preparer Apt. for rent, 290622nd 3615 N. 22nd St. 2 bedroom apt., a/c and heat, $285/month, $150 deposit. Utilities included. Section 8 Call Gary, Assoc. Inc. Realtor First week FREE. Easy small 677-7930 Ave. Mr. Fernandez, 273-0017 __ _. weekly payments. Call Ren1-..-;.--,;,.;;..;..;;...;.;;;.;... __ ......., or 223-6567. FHA 235 tacolor, 238-1982 or 932-8607. M 'ONEY TO LEND 1-------------1 Mortgage Loans up to Gov't Assistance $15,000. No Credit Checks. Program NICK'S GROCERY 248-1848, p.m. Furnished room for rent, utilities paid, N h Tom P. Martmo, Inc., Apartmen( available. ew omes w/starting & MEATS Realtor 237-1770. Pric 1 $38 T d Government subsidized. Cenes as ow as 500. en er T-Rone Stea ks 98 < 2018 E. 7th Ave. Down t 1 c t c p FOR RENT tral heat/air, carpeted. paymen as ow as ea. en er ut ork Chops Ph: 2 48-6111 $1,200, monthly payments apSOC ea. 5902 N. 40th St., 3 bdrms/2 bths. Central Johnson Court Apts., prox. $266. For more in forma238-1697. S H/ A Washer/Dryer hook-up ._6_2_6.;;-J;..3_3_7_. --------tion call Herbert Fisher Real-If you know a Section 8 reci-PLeasant neighborhood ty, 879-1933. '77 Midibu Chevrolet Stapient looking for a 2 or 3 Rivergrove area. $395. First PRESTIGE ADDRESS IN GREAT FORECLOSURE tion Wagon. In good running bedroom apt., refer them to us month rent and $200 deposit. BELMONT order. Blue. 8 cylinder, $995. and receive $50. Tenant will Evenings only. Call 985-7698, New management. New RIVERVIEW Power steering 11nd power receive a FREE TV set. Call ask for Andrew. residents screened to insure 3 BR's/2 baths, concrete brakes. 831-3941. 831-56271 quality neighbors. 2 BR's, a/c, block. Asking $43,500 w / $500 t-------------11------------1 SECTION 8 APPROVED luxury sized apartments,. all down. Private Investor will conFOR RENT I have five 2 bedroom apart-electric appliances, water and CLAIR-MEL sider any situation. 1-------------t ments for rent. Three in USF garbage furnished. Southern 3 BR's/ 2 baths, concrete Homeowners only. 963-0565. One bedroom furnished area, one in Ybor City. living under shady oaks. block. Asking $33,500 w/$SOO t-------------f apartment. Close to bus stop. 237-6985 Security guard living on down. HOME IMPROVEMENTS Call 886-0629, after S p.m. 1--N-. 2-b_d....;..-------t premises for emergencies. No 0 1ce e room apartment; F BUSCH Q r Management on premises 4 BR's/ 2 baths. Asking ua lty work. All types. Unfurnished apartment unfurnished, located at 1903 24/hrs. All this for $280/per $46 00 Repairs, remodeling, and new E. Columbus Drive. Rent 0 w / $500 down. $40/week. 306 E. Oak. month. Call: construction. Class A license weekly or monthly. Call WEST TAMPA contractor. 238_3244 or 988-2508 or 223-5938. 876 3633 BAY AREA MANAGERS, 2 BR's/ 2Y2 baths. Asking 988 8551. Inc. 813-231-4745. $59,000 w / $600 down. HOUSE FOR RENT 1----------13" TV 20075th AVE. 2102 PALMET,I'O FOR RENT Rent-To-Own 2 bdrms / 1 bath, stove and Apartment for rel\t. Beautiful3 bedroom, 2 bath Immediate installation. refrigerator. Section 8 $325 /month. $ 200 deposit. home in Palm River with ceoEasy small weekly payments. cepted. You pay your own 2235214 tral heat. Rent $390 monthly. L ,_ -r --1 H :uu Call Rentacolor. 238-1982 or utilities. For further informa1--------....;;.----t For further information call 932-8607. tion call days, 238-1852. Efficiency & 1 BR apt., 228-9183 between the hours of PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS ....... ....;.;;,;;.;..:.:..:...:.:..:..:.. __ -f $125 I deposit, as I ow as and 8:00 P.M. 4803 Nebraska Ave. 3 bedroom house for rent. $50 / week including water, 1-;.;;;...------------1 7 64 FREE Pregnancy Te s t s p t"l"t" 2205 E Furnished rooms for rent f -15 ay your own u 1 1 les. garbage & sewage. 223-4600, (Early Test Av ailable) 17 h A 1807 Columbus Dr. & 2215 CARPENTERS/ t venue. Call days ask for HANDYMEN ABORTIONS 248-2210, after 6 p.m. ------------t 2nd Ave. Clean and 985 8480 reasonable. 238-3244 and 2 bedroom frame hous e on 1---------..-----1 Apt.for rent by week or by 988-8551. R-2 lot 50x100, off I-4, Nitrous Oxide Available TEMPLE TERRACE AREA month. 254-3212 or 989-0271. t----------------$4,500. 248-5444. ) >'i ., 6 8 1 3 471h ST. Nicely furnished 1 bedroom I/(= (( ,. 1 bedroom / 1 bath unfurLarge 3 bedroom house for apartment for single person REWARD $5-$500 For Your Junk Car Fast Free Pickup 626-.6124 .:.?( ( womtns. Wta lflt 1 (mttr/ ,_ All Women's Health Cenrer Of North Tampa, Inc. (formerly Tampa Counseling & Abortion Center, Inc .) FREE PREGNANCY TESTS Birth Control Clinic Pregnancy Terminations {Awake or Asleep) Confidential Counseling OPEN : Mon. Sot 961-7907 14704 N. Florida Ave. VctiJpmmr _,.. 111 b 'ed apt., stove, rent, City Section 8 only. only. Quiet Northeast area. > '11ta/Ul) 1 ref
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!.-.--.-..-.-.-.S.tr ltaspberry City Imposes Death Of One Man For Violating Water Ordinance .c Q = I .. "CC = < .5 = = I .5 -= 00 Following examples set by other counties to curb the high con su mption of water' the Tampa City Council passed a n emergency ordinance yester da y re s tricting water u se. The ordinance which goes into effect immediately, s tates: on even numbered days re sidents (and bus inesse s ) who s e last number in their ad dress is even can sprinkle their lawn s or outdoor plants from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m., and on odd numbered days residents (and businesses) whose last number in their address is odd can use water for outdoor use; no washing cars unless it is a "low volume method" and dur ing the sa me hours as permitted for lawns (car washing businesses are exempted) ; and no washing or g(l,f ters. : According vto police s pokesman Johnny Barker, if s omeone is observed violating the ordinance for the first time they will be issued a written warning. Continued violation of the ordinance will result in a written citation to appear in county court, and if convicted the punishment is a $500 fine or less and/or a six month or less jail sentence. DRUG ARRESTS According to police reports, Williams, 34, at-large address, was arrested and charged with sale, delivery, and possession of cocaine while at N. Nebraska and E. India. While at 343Y2 N. 22nd St ., police arrested Johnnie Lee Johnson 26, 2104 E. 23rd Ave., and charged him with possession of marijuana. Arrested and charged with possession of cocaine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia ; were 29-year-old Hidalco Lamilo Lamos, at-large ad dress, 29-year-old Robert Tor res 2019 E. 31st Ave., Apt. 588, and 32-year-old Efran Murillo, 6616 N. 12th St., ac cording to police reports. Thirty-three-year-old Ray mond A. Matthew s, 1914 E. Emma, was a(reste d and charged with possession of co caine and drug paraphernalia while at 233 Court B accor ding to police reports. It was reported by police that Jack Riley, Jr., 23, 2126 W. Beach St., Apt. 13, was arrested and charged with delivery and pos sessio n of marijuana while at N Howard and W. Beach St. Arrested and charged with possession o f marijuana at the corner of Jackson St. and Marion St., according to police reports was 34yea r-old Wendell Bru ce McCullou g h, 3201 E. Hanna Ave According to polic e r e port s, Denni s Maddox, 28, Rt. 8, Bo x 8, Brooksville, wa s ar rested and charged with pos s e ss ion of marijuana while at 5701 N. Nebra s ka Ave ____;_ and charged with possession of cocaine while at N Nebraska and E. Hender son was 43-year-old Alfonso Barker, 1421 E. Armwood Ct., according to police reports. According to police reports, Arthur Gissinde, 25, 3505 E. Shadowlane, was arrested and charged with sale, delivery, and possession of marijuana while at 42nd St. and Chelsea &. Thirty-four-year-old Willie Nathan Lindsey, 1320 Main St., was arrested and charged with sale and delivery of marijuana while at N. Howard and W. Bench 'St., according to police reports. : While at the corner of 42nd St. and E. Chelsea, police ar rested 31-year-old Alvin Lee Jackson, 3408 E. Powhattan, and charged him with sale and delivery of marijuana and pos s ession. According to police reports, Cle v eland Tracy, 28, 2504 38th Ave., wa s arrest e d and cha rged with possession of co caine while at E 29th Ave. a nd N. 28th St. Arrested on charges of possession of cocaine and marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia were Elizabeth Terry, 24, atl arge address, and Danny Robin son, 36, at-large address, ac cording to police reports. Twenty-one-year-old James Rocrommo, 5103 N 20th St., was arrested and charged with posse ssio n of marijuana while at N. 28th St. and E. 29th Ave according to police reports According to police repo rts, Edward Earl Speller, 34, 1507 N Mitchell and Anthony Harris, 35 1017 LEGAL NOTICE This is to notify all persons concerned that I, James R. Stephens, wiU no longer be responsible for any debts curred by anyone, other than myself, after this date, March 8, 1985. Signed: James R. stephens. ACE WELDING FREE Estimates Portable Welding Cert. Welding Shop Work Fabricating Burglar Bars Ornamentals Metal Staircases General Repairs Commercials 237-1770 I One man was left dead and another male i s in sta ble co n dition at Thmpa General Hospital following a wes tern style shootout Tuesday after noon, April 2, at 6:40p.m., at the corner of Central Ave. and W. Frances St. According to police s pokesman Johnnie Barker, Willie 0. Walker, 43, at-large address wa s pronounced dead at Tampa General Hospital after receiving a gun shot wound in the upper tor s o from a .22 Magnum. George Atkins, 49, 511 E. Park Ave., was wounded by a blast from an unknown shotgun. Barke f indicated that the two men were arguing on and off all day Tuesday, when Walker approached Atkins and threatened to kill him. According to police reports Walker fired twice at Atkins with different guns After missing the hospitalized victim with a small handgun, was handed a shotgun from a person whom police believe was his brother-in-law. Barker stated that no charges have been filed pen ding a complete investigation "Longshoreman Ct., were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, and possession with intent to ddiver at Henderson and Morgan Streets. \ ( ,"\ I ( t. .' f ( ( I Page 4-A) legal and expensive. If cocaine treme, and the Wildly were as f reely available as c_essful effort at total proscnp cigarettes, everything we know tJOn, on the But the s uggest s that the number of dangers of legah zatwn are s o cocaine user s would very, v ery great, he that b e rapidly increase by a tremen better off leavmg thmg s a s dou s factor at lea s t tenthey are. fold Nor doe s he have much "Thus when one talks faith in education as a means about legalizing narcotics, the of curbing use. The fact that oniy responsible way to do so the 60 million cigarette is not to talk about (reducing) smokers know that smoking crime and the corrupting incan kill some fluence as though there is no deaths a year demonstrates disadvantage. We have to look that at-at the trade-offs." tractiveness, not ignorance, is: Similar problems exist, the problem. .though to a lesser degree,. with Maybe Pollin has reached heroin and other widely abushis conclusions solely on the ed substances, he said, but cobasis of scientific research, but caine is special. to listen to him is to hear It is true, Pollin a strong moral basis for his acknowledges, that there is position. (He wouldn't room for alternatives between decriminalize marijuana, outright, over-the-counter either, though his cocaine legalization, on. the one exarguments don't work in the I To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial 248-2825 or 248-3.033 case of marijuana.) As for the harder drtJgs, what, if legalization would be disastrous and prohibition doesn't work, would he pro, pose as a way of dealing with the corrupting influence of narcotics? "As a citizen, I end up with the Churchillian definition of democracy," he said. "The current policy is tremendously flawed. But every policy I've been able to think about frightens me more." : C? / _..;..,_ ______ ....... :; .----. 1 IF YOU WOULD LIKE THE I I FLORIDA SENTINELBULLETIN I I DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME EACH I : WEEK, PLEASE FILL OUT THE : : SUBSCRIPTION BLANK I :SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE DELIVERED BY I I MAILONLY. I : 6 Months Only $17 1 Year Only $31 I I I 1 CIRCULATION OEPT.. Subscriptions By Mall : I P 0. Box 3363 Payable In Advance, Enclose I I Tampa, Fla. 33601 Money Order Or Check I I NAME I I ADDRESS .APT. I I I CITY STATE ZIP : (No Refunds G;ven On Subsa;pHonsJ I I IF SENTINELS ARE NOT SOLD WHERE YOU SHOP, PLEASE I I ASK THE MANAGER IF THE STORE WILL CARRY THE SENTINEL I I TO ACCOMMODATE THEIR CUSTOMERS. I I FOR SERVICE CALL THE CIRCULATION DEPT. I (813)248-1921. -.--.-_,_.._..._.._ ..... _ili __ .... ....

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BURGLARIES Leroy Clark, 60, 2218 E. 21st Ave., reported to police that an unidentified suspect burglarized his home and fled the scene with $253 worth of merchandise. An unidentified suspect, acto police reports, burglarized the home of Ms. Fannie Ruth Colleton, 35, 3801 E. Hanna, and fled the scene with $1, 150 worth of merchandise and $100 in cash. It was reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke into a house owned by Ms. Hyacinth 43, who at 4609 Pompano. The fied suspect fled the $329 worth of merwas reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke into the home of 23-year-old Ms. Helen Griffith 2902 Pandora, and fled the scene with $700 worth of merchandise. Ms. Phyllis Lynette Alston, 27, 1012 N. Boulevard, Apt. 109, reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke in to her home and fled the scene with $650 worth of merchan dise. According to police reports, an unidentified suspect burglarized the home of 35-year-old Ms. Roberta S. Godwin, 2813 N. Central, Apt. A., and fled the scene with $1,394 worth of merchan dise. A known suspect, according to police reports, broke into Bands Will (Continued From Page 2-A) Cupidettes Club, Inc., Jordan Enterprises, Pre School & Kindergarten, THEFTS Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; <:. 'i:1f' Tampa Boys & Girls Tony Williams, 25, 3714 i t All-Black Youth Band, McBerry, reporteq to p olice Orlando; A-Train, Johnnie's that a known male s uspect fled Sundries, Phi Beta Sigma the scene at N. 40th St. anti E. Fraternity, Inc., International Henry with a bicycle valued at Masons & Eastern Stars, $188. Pepin Distributors, Saturday's An unidentified suspect, ac(:hildren, Sickle Cell Assoc. of cording to police reports, fled Hillsborough County, Ronald the scene at N. 40th St. and E. Coffie, Sr. (Charles Chips), Hanna, with an automobile STOP King & Queen float; and office equipment and supHelping Hand Day Nursery, plies belonging to George Friendly Fifteen Club, Tampa Perry, 41, 3718 Idlewild Ave. Organization of Black Affairs Jewelry valued at $60 and (TOBA), Martin Luther King b,..elonging to Albert Lee Sams, Center float. 26, 3604 Machado St., was SECTION C-Tampa Urtaken by three unidentified ban League, African People's male suspects, who fled the Socialist Party, Caribbean scene at 2209 E. 17th Ave., acWorld Mission, Kappa Alpha cording to police reports. Psi Fraternity, National Coun-. It was reported by police cil of Negro Women, St. Matthat an unidentified suspect thews Young Adults, FAMU fled the scene at 1805 N. Ceil-Student Prospect Group, tral with $300 in cash, taken Jean's Custom Drapery, Talk from an auto belonging to of the Town Body Shop, Jones Freddie Larry Hall, 38, 1805 High Band, OrlanN Central Ave. do; Tampa Wholesale Li-John Thomas Corbitt, 46, quors, Tampa Bay Buc, 739 Green St., reported to cancers, Foster's Barber Shop, police that an unidentified Mt. Pleasant Lodge No. 13, suspect fled the scene at N. Alpah Kappa Alpha Sorority, 17th St. and E. 8th with Inc., Non-Pariels, Central $168 worth of merchandise Park Headstart,r Wright's taken from his car. Wonderland of Learning It was reported to police float, Universal' Masonic that an unidentified suspect Brotherhood, Inc., Bay Area fled the scene at 1107 E. HumChamber of Commerce. phrey with $230 worth of mer chandise taken from a vehicle to Ms. Blanche M. Hadley, 42, 1107 E. Hum phrey. 248-1921] 46,80. Friendship is the highest degree 10,14. of perfectim1 in society. 77,89. : SECTION D BSA (First Bapt. Church), Heavenly Trumpets, The Harmony Winds, Southern Tone Gospel Singers, Mighty Traveling Stars, Eastern Stars, Xinos, Utica Modeling, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Robin son High Alpha Knights, Grif fen Maintenance Systems, American Legion Post 167, Carver Jr. High, Orlando, MacDill Brotherhood, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., Kid Mason/Perry Harvey Ce .nter, Women's International League, Pearl Alberton and Verdell Vickers, HCC NAACP, Holsey Temple CME Church; West Tampa Middle School Deadstart, Universal Masonic Lodge, Main Street Optical, Central American Assoc., West Tam pa Day Care No. II, Northgate Lincoln, Bush Plastic Slip covers, Daughters of Isis, Fronk's Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 621-4034 Residential Commercial Financin2 Arranged Burglar Bars Railings Fin Escapes Stairways Weldings Ornamentals Licensed Insured Bonded 1{1\'I;K E. JOHNSON. .. Free Home Security Tips Have You Been Injured In An Automobile Accident Or By A Motor Vehicle And It Wasn't YourFault? Call: KA YDEL.L. 0. WRIGHT Attorney At Law 254-4623 THE WRIGHT BLDG. 110 N. Armenia Tampa, Fla. 33609 lfree ParklngJ Automobile Accidents (Free Consultation) Wrongful Death (Free Consultation) Medical Malpractice (Free Consultation) Slip & F'!llDog Bites (Free Consultation) band. Section A will line up at Ysolina and Main, Section B, dfl ATTY. KA YDELL 0. WRIGHT Divorce Probate & Wills DW/ Members of the Black on Crime Ou t Of Our Black Black Crime Prevention Task Communities. Force extend an invitation to The support of all clubs, all clubs, churches, sororities, organizations, churches, fraternities, recreational sororities, fraternities, r .. ,.,r .. "' groups, civic, youth, and tiona! groups and interested community organizations to citizens who recognize participate in the Black on seriousness of this problem Black Crime Task Force and its dramatic effects on the Olympic Run to be held Saturentire city is solicited. day, April 20, 9-12 noon. This Olympic Run will be PATRICIA P. COLEMAN ... Taks Force Chairperson The purpose of this Olympic Run is to familiarize residents in the targeted areas as to the extent of the destruction that is caused by Black on Black Crime in our communities. The intention of the Black on Black Crime Prevention Task Force are to get t11e Black community totally involved in solving the problem of self destruction. The theme is Run conducted in several targete
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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN B 40YEARSSERVINGTAMPA FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1985 SECTION HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY CENTENNIAL INDUCTION The Honorable Representative James T. Hargrett, Jr. was the guest speaker on March 21 when the centennial induction of Hillsborough High School held its centennial induction. Pierre LePochat is president of the organization and Marcello Scozzari, Erion Seidl, Mary Frances Patrick Snyder, Denise Stoltzfoos, Ruth Virelles, Patrick White, and Mark Young. Many of those inducted are seniors. Samuel L. Spearman is Those inducted were: Dawn Ahern, Nancy Aloy, Thea Barnes, Julie Barrow, April Bodden, Patricia Burton, Anthony Chesser, Miriam Comellas, Julie Del Cueto, Paul Donahue, Jon Dyke, Darlene Fabelo, Kimberly Floyd, Kathleen Freeman, Terri Hague, Angela Holton, and Kosta Kalogeropoulos. Also inducted were: Ross Kaskeski, Johnny Kauffman, Mary Mansfield, Karen Polmanteer, Charles Potter, Amy Pullen, Wendell Ramirez, Robert Ray, Members of the National Honor Society are: Duane Benton, Brenda Blount, Elizabeth Carlson, Yun Tae Chang, Christopher Crochet, Kristine Delong, Peter Erickson, Michael Fordyce, Susan Harrell, David Hogge, Rut_h Isla, Regia Lee, Pierre Lepochat, Douglas McFadden, Yvette Martinez, Stacey Mashburn, Michelle Memory, Leonor O'Kelly, Charles Perello, Mariela Perez, Perilla, Christine Rodriguez, Kenneth Rugg, Carolyn Skleriar, John Thomas and Elizabeth Washin2ton. April 7-13 Is Fair Sousing Week On Wednesday, the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners signed a proclamation declar ing the week of April 7-13 as Fair Housing Week "to recognize, preserve, and pro mote each individual's right to housing within his means without regard to race, sex, color, religion or national origin." The month of April has been proclaimed Fair Housing Month throughout the nation in commemoration of the passage of Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, outlawing discrimination in housing. In conjunction with this, Fair Housing Posters will be on display throughout the week in the lobby of the cour thouse. Students from kindergarten through 9th grade (public and private school) competed in four categories of the Fair Poster Contest, ana tional event. Locally, the con test was sponsored by the BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor ROBERT W. SAUNDERS Hillsborough County Equal Opportunity Office, the Tam pa Office of Community Rela tions and the Hillsborough Community Resource Board. Four winners of the contest will be honored at a luncheon on April 22, Ms. Jeanette Felton of the County's Equal Opportunity Office stated. Those winners will be judged in regional competition The Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council approved a resolution marking April as Fair Housing Month. The City of Tampa has also adopted a resolution in honor of Fair Housing Week. State-Wide Conference Focuses On Housing Local builders groups and community housing resource boards have joined with Florida Dept. of Community Affairs and Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council's Regional Housing Task Force to present a one-day con ference on Housing: Affor dability, Accessibility and Availability, on Friday, April 19 at the Rusty Pelican con ference center on Rocky Point. The Council's Regional Housing Task Force is assess ing the status of housing in the region and the conference will provide the opportunity for noted speakers to address some of the more controver sial topics: marco economics, federal policies, high density designs and changes in building codes, new barriers to open housing and how state growth management decisions could influence the housing picture. Among the noted speakers will be James McNulty, vice president/economist fcir the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta; David Jensen, presi dent of Jensen Associates of Denver; David Richert, Depu ty Director of the City of Phoenix Planning Dept.; and James E. Clyb urn, Commis sioner, South Carolina Human Relatiom Commis sion. According to. Robert Saunders, Chairman of the Council's Housing Task Force, "we will review developments and look at housing and residential pro grams to assure that adequate housing is provided for minorities and that guidelines are met for handicaps. We will -Youth Drug Prevention Mini Workshop While the kids are enjoying their spring vacation next week, they can also take ad vantage of a Youth Drug Prevention Mini Workshop planned for Wednesday, April 10 at the Kid Mason/Perry Harvey, Sr. complex, llOl N. Jefferson St. One of those scheduled to address the innercity youths is Theo Bell, wide receiver of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Free refreshments will be provided for the workshop which will begin at 10 a m. and end at 1 p. m. Teens, please plan, to attend. also review congregate living and practices that exclude children." Also of concern will be the practices of lending institutions "to see if there are any discriminatory practices," Saunders explained. HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE

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THE SUNDAY This WeeK's ----- T" ---SCHOOl. LESSON BY REV. A. LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church s for this controversy. Experts are asking when is a person legally or dedically dead, and who has the final authority to determine this ominous status? one certainly has to wonder about the meaning of death in today's complex world. One thing the Bible makes certain ... "it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment'' (Hebrews 9:27). In this week's lesson we are reminded that even Jesus, the Son of God did not escape the taste of death. The Scripture teaches that He died on Calvary as He bore our sins upon a cruel tree. He gave up the ghost, according to John 19:30. He was buried a dead man by his friends. But oh, thank God that the message of the Gospel does not stop there. Though Jesus tasted death for a while, He was raised from the dead into life eternal. Jesus was not the victim of death: He was /is the victor over death and sin MS. CORA WILLIAMS "I love it," she said about working at Padgett's Nursing Home, "because my first love was pediatrics and my second love is geriatrics. I love the residents very, very much. The few days I go to work brighten my day. Accorqing to Ms. Williams, she never had any children of her own. But she takes. pride in claiming those whom she helped deliver during her 36 years at Tampa General. Ms. Williams added, "I love people." This is what led her to seek a nursing career at Brewster Vocational School after she received her high school diploma from Don Thompson Vocational School. "I felt that I wanted to each out and help someone that needed my services," she explained. "I love people, and this is why I pray that God will give me the strength to reach out and lift the fallen ones." Ms. Williams -who has one sister, three nieces and four grand-nieces living in Tampa -stated that her favorite Bible passage is: "The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through. Jesus Christ our Lord." She explained, was reared by my gr mother wh.o was a staunc Christian. Early in life I learn ed to love the Lord and serve Him." The resident of Progress Village further explained, "I enjoyed the services" at the church she attended while liv ing in Georgia. "We had di ferent services than what have now. But it was that oldtime religion that stayed with me.". What has kept her at ..,.,,ua" for so long? "I enjoy my1 work for Lord, and the people there so friendly,";_ she stated. "There is peace and harmony in Beulah. "It's just the togetherness at Beulah that keeps one there," she continued. According to Ms. Williams, whose hobbies include cook ing and working in her bed "I love roses," she claimed, her favorite hymn ''Something Within Th Holdeth The Rein. Ms. Williams wh wouldn't reveal her age but would only say, "I'm I'm as old as I am" -has few mottos and words of couragement which she li to pass on to others. "To the youth, get all t education you can and stay away from drugs," she stated. "Also, be honorable to your parents. "My motto is to smile, and the world smiles with you. You weep alone," Ms. Williams revealed. "I'm just a person that likes to smile." And her second motto: "At the end of the day I like to feel that I have said something, or done something good." Popular writers, like not last. Jesus was standing Katherine Kuhlman, have right there. Apparently, Mary documented testimonies of so did not recognize the called near death experiences: forever! -Lady Educator's Light Still Shines This is the wonderful Given her emotional cond1. people who claim to have died, tion, tears and anxiety, one but were "called back" into could understand why this was the land of the living. After possible. It is also possible that reading a few of the se ac Mary did not get a good look counts, if they can be believed, Robiii80tt's EyeC.re OPTICAL CENTER 116_20 N. 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"The Lord's Prayer" at her Roman soldiers vt>rified this Bethune-Cookman College fact; it is one of the reasons program because of his why they did not break his legs unusual voice. Today, .he as they had done to the two dedicates his latest gospel to who died with Him. To her memory. His name is certain that He had expired Charles Vickers.
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"' = Q .: Q = t:J I ... "CC = < .5 = = I = -= r:I:J = tch en __ _;::;; ____ B_y_V_a_le-ri_e_J_o_h_n-so_n_-.;..F_o_o_d_E_x_pe_r_t --Springtime Feasting-----Easter marks the beginning of a beautiful season. The air is light and the earth is blossoming with beauty. This is the time to get rejuvenated brush off the old and put on the new. This saying not only pertains to fashions, but pertains to your body too. Why not celebrate Easter with all of your yummy, favorite foods but just make sure you make it a healthy meal. I cannot stress enough the importance of eating well-balanced meals everyday. A lot of us tend to really stray Jrom our healthy balanced meals on holidays. We tend to cook and eat onFixing healthy meals doesn't mean you have to take a back seat to flavor. You can create holiday meals with a flair by learning how to substitute other flavor ful ingredients for fat, sugar and sodium contents. Try using smart cooking methods such as broiling, roasting and steaming instead of frying. foods that harm our bodies and our Yes, Easter dinner does call for something special. But don't stop preparing special meals after Easter. Let all your meals be special -specially nutritious! llave a Happy Easter VAL Turkey Roll Florentine This rolled turkey breast, stuffed with a savory spinach stuf fing, cuts easily into thin slices for a dramatic presentation. The basting sauce is a combination of apple juice, bourbon and fresh ginger. This dish would work well for any buffet. Bake at 325 for 2V2 hours. Makes 12 servings at $1.24 each. 3 eggs, lightly beaten 3 packages (10 ounces each) frozen chopped spinach, thawed and well drained 1 Y4 cup grated onion Y4 cup chopped parsley Y4 cup chicken broth 1 teaspoon leaf thyme, crumbled 1 teaspoon leaf marjoram, crumbled Y2 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper 3 lf2 cups soft bread crumbs 2 large carrots, pared 1 whole turkey breast (about 6 pounds) 1 can (6 ounces) frozen apple juice concentrate, thawed 1 teaspoon grated, pared fresh gingerroot 2 tablespoons bourbon 1. Combine eggs, spinach, onion, parsley, chicken broth, thyme, marjoram, salt, pepper and bread crumbs in large bowl. Set asic;le. 2. Cook whole carrots in 1/2-inch water in mediumsize skillet, covered, until just tender. DFain. When cool enough Holiday Recipes These recipes can give you an idea for preparing yo u r Easter feast. They're health y and nutritious. Check out the information given for some recipes for cost per serving. This will give you an idea on a meal budget. Because prices vary at the various markets you may be able to find a few of these ingredients on sale. Rice Verde 1 cup regular long-grain rice 1 tablespoon salad on., 1 small onion, diced 1 bunch watercress, coarsely chopped About 25 minutes before serving: 1. Prepare 'rice as label directs. Meanwhile, in 10-inch skillet over medium high heat, in hot salad oil, cook onion until tender, stirr ing occasionally. Add water cress; cook just until watercess is wilted. 2. Add w9tercress mixture to cooked rice, tossing gently to mix. Makes 4 servings. Whipped Potatoes With Parsley to handle, trim whole carrots lengthwise into 'decorative Yogurt, skim milk and shape, such as tric:ingle or diamond. Set aside. margarine replac e th e usual 3 Place ,turkey breast, skin-side down, on work surface. cream o r milk and butter. With sharp, thin-bladed knife, carefully remove breastbone Makes 12 servings at IOC each. and ribs from meat without piercing skin. Partially cut 4 pounds all-purpose potatoes, through thickest part of meat, but not all the way through. pared and halved if large Press breast flat on surface. Pound lightly to flatten breast V2 cup plain yogurt slightly. (This will give you a larger and more uniform lfJ cup skim milk, h eated amount of breast meat to enclose the stuffing.} 4 tablespoons margarine, 4. Preheat .oven to slow (325). softened (optional) 5. Spoon half the stuffing down center of boned breast. lf 4 cup chopped parsley Press carrots end to end down center of stuffing, trimming 1 Place potatoes in large ends if necessary to make a neat fit. Cover with remaining saucepan. Add water' to stuffing. depth of 1 inch. Bring to boil-6 Wrap meat around stuffing to form roll. Fasten skin ing. lower heat; cover and together with wooden picks. Gently pull skin to cover all simmer for 20 minutes or un-meet. Place roll, seam-side down, on rack in roasting pan. til potatoes are fork-tender. 7. Combine apple juice concentrate, gingerroot and bour-2. Drain potatoes. Place in bon in small powl. Brush over roll. Cover roll loosely with large bowl. Add yogurt, hot aluminum foil tent. skim milk and softened Three-Bean-CheeseZucchini Salad 1 10-ounce package frozen Fordhook lima beans 2 medium-sized z ucchini (about 8 ounces each) lf2 pound fontina or Monterey Jack cheese 1 15 lf2to 19-ounce can garbanzo beans drained 1 IS V4to 19-o unce can red kidney beans, drained Y2 cup salad oil 112 cup cider vinegar 2Y2 teaspoons sugar 3,4 teaspoon salt Y4 teaspoon basil red leaf lettuce About 40 minutes before serying: 1. Prepare lima beans as label directs; drain; place in large bowl. 2. Meanwhile, cut zucchini and fontina cheese into 2" by 3/4" strips; place in bowl with lima beans. Add garbanzo beans anci next 6 ingredients; toss gently to mix well. Cover and refrigerate 20 minutes to blend flavors, stirring occa sionally. 3. To serve, line platter with red leaf lettuce. Spoon bean mixture onto lettuce. Makes 8 servings. Nutty Baked Apples Instead of a high-calorie cake or pie for dessert, serve these delectable baked apples. Warm or chilled, they 're just the kind of light dessert that spells better nutrition. Bake at 350 for 20 to 25 minutes. Makes 8 servings at28C each. 8 large baking apples 4 teaspoons lemon juJce V2 cup broken w!llnuts 8 teaspoons honey Ground cinnamon lf2 cup coffee-or vanilla-flavored yogurt (optional)' Ground nutmeg 1. Preheat oven to moderate (350}. 2. Wash apples. Remove core of each from stem end, leav ing other efld closed. Pare l-inch of the apple skin away from stem end. Drizzle lemon juice over pared areas and in the cavities. Fill cavities with broken walnuts. Add 1 teaspoon honey to each cavity. Sprinkle tops lightly with cinnamon. Place apples in 13x9x2-inch baking pan. 3. Bake in preheated moderate oven (350) for 20 to 25 minutes or until fork-tender but firm. Remove from oven. Chill until ready to serve. 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Affirmative Gains By Action Credited Blacks, Women WASHINGTON Minorities and women made significant gains in employ ment during the 1970s due largely to affirmative action program s a nd t he guidelines s hould be continued de s pite criti c i s m from t h e Reagan ad mini s tr at ion a s tud y sai d S un day. Th e s tud y foun d, f o r example, t h a t blac ks' share of t h e job m a rk e t i n c r e ased by 15 per c ent durin g t h e dec_ad e, with themajority of tho s e j ob s in higher-p ay ing cat e gories. Women increa s ed their s hare in the job market by 19 per cent, the report said. Hispanics share of the market umped 50 percent. The 1 00-page study, "A Decade of New Opportunity: '-, Action in the 1970s," was written by Herbert Hammerman, a private consultant and former staff member of the Equal. Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). It was published by the Washington based Poto'mac Institute, an independent research organization. "Ironically, this positive evidence comes at a time when the critics of affirmative ac tion including the Presi dent, the attorney general, and oth er high government of fic i a l s are waging a cam paign to s trip the program o f basic elem e nt s," s aid Harold C. F lemin g presid ent of th e Po t omac Ins titute Accordin g to t h e report: v Black s overall share of the-job market rose from 10. 1 percent in 1970 to 11.6 percent in 1980, an increase of 15 per c ent, with the increase concen trated in higher paid jobs. Of ficials and manage r s rose from 1.9 percent to 4 percent, up 104 percent in 10 years, while the number of black profes sionals rose from 2.3 percent to 4.3 percent, an increase of 72 percent. v Women's share of the job market rose from per cent to 41 percent, an mcrease of 19 percent. The biggest in creases were in the top three white-collar categories of of ficials and managers, profes sionals and technicians. 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Income Averaging Can Save Taxes The state radio later quoted Doe as accusing Col. Moses M. D Flanzanmaton, deputy commander of Ns palace guard, of masterminding the attempted assassination. Taxpayers whose incomes increased substantially in 1984 may be able to save tax when filing their federal tax returns by using the income averaging method to compute tax. Ac cording to the Internal Revenue Service, however, fewer taxpayers will benefit from income averaging due to the Tax Reform Act of 1984. Perha'ps the most important effect of the new law is it takes substantially more taxable in come in the current year than was previously necessary in order to benefit by income averaging. The base period used in income averaging has also been shortened from a four-year period to a three year period. Under the income averaging method, part of an unusually large amount of taxable in come is taxed at lower rates. 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It said he was last seen speeding off in a car immediately after the aborted assassination. UNA did not say whether Doe was injured. There were unconfirmed reports that one bullet pierced his cap and that the assailants' shots caused glass shards from the windows to spray the car's occupants. In 1980, Doe, then a 29-year-old army master sergeant, led a military revolt against an elite of wealthy freemasons, descendants of former American slaves who settled in the pro-U.S. West African nation. MRS. F .AYE SPIRITUALIST READER Overcome Troubles And Conditions, Bod luck, And Evil Influences. Win At love And Romances! Con Help With Overweight Problems And lost Nature. One Visit Will Convince You She Con And Will Help You 2207 E BUSCH BLVD. PH: 933-9440 TAMPA, FLA. I !''

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.&: i I .5 = = I = = Commission Candidate Interested In Concerns Of Precinct Voters Social Security Law May Affect Mentally Change Impaired BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor When all the ballots were tallied on the evening of March 12 in the Hillsborough County Commission election, Ken Dandar was an outright winner as the Republican can didate, claiming 1,402 votes in the 42 precincts in District 1. Now with that behind him, Dandar, a local trial attorney in association with his brother, as he prepares for the May election, is concerned with the needs of the black voters in his precinct. Dan dar, in his campaign for votes, is pledging to implement responsible growth management policies, impact fees for new development so that new developers will not come into the area, make a quick buck and leave; and area development of regional im pact studies (DRI), so that developers will show how their Fire Action Plan WASHINGTON -A district judge Monday down an affirmative ac plan adopted by the strict of Columbia fire dlep:utrnen ruling that it itused quotas to foster promotion of blacks and violated the rights of sions. The hirin g quotas adopted the fire department were inimally acceptable, the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, Charles J. And Carolyn A. Hill, intends to the fic titious trade name, Jiko Saba with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: that the undersigned intends to engage in the business of Food Preparation & Selling at 4917-78th St., South, Tampa, Florida, 33619. Dated this 20th day of March, 1985. Charles J. Hill Carolyn A. Hill Sole Owners .. project will affect the area surrounded by the project (school, fire, road, water, etc.). He also favors improved county /city cooperation, im proved and expanded current road facilities, and strict adherence to the Horizon 2000 Plan, with 75!1fo board approval for amendments. Presently, a 6-1 vote is needed to amend a proposal. Dandar is calling for the implementation of a 5-2 plan. Persons living in District who would like for Dandar to address their concerns should contact him at 229-7080, or write to him at 300 N. Franklin St., Tampa 33602. Dandar, 30, will face either Ron Glickman or C. Wayne Richards in the May election. Glickman and Richards will face each other in the runoff election, April 9. A recent change in the Social Security law is impor tant for many people with mental impairments. The Social Security Administration must establish new rules by early 1985 for evaluating men tal impairments in the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) pro grams. Here are ways people may be affected by the change; Mayor Ford To Trade Appointed 1 Committee New applicants Until the new rules are in use, mentally impaired people who file disability applications will have their claims decided under current rules. If a claim is allowed, benefits can begin. If it cannot be allowed, the claim will be reviewed automatically for a possible allowance when the new rules are established. WASHINGTON (NNPA) Mayor Johnny Ford of Tuskegee, Alabama and Presi dent of the World Conference of Mayors was recently ap pointed to the Intergovern mental Advisory Committee of the U.S. Trade Represen tative headed by Ambassador William Brock "I am honored for this apjudge said, under both the Constitution and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or na tional origin. The judge said, however, that he was "not comfortable'' with such "racially based distinctions The promotional aspects of the affirmative action plan, he sa id, violated Title VII. Thi s part of the plan, he said, un necessarily trammels the in terests of white fire-fighters," who developed a "legitimate expectation" that they could advance into the s upervi sory r anks of the fire department. NOTICE 01<' INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, Rev. Larry Crumbley, to register the fictitious trade name, Greater Bay Area Telephone Repair Service,. with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statues, 1953: that the undersigned intends to engage in the business of In-stalling & Repairing Telephones, at 3802Yl 29th St., Tampa, Florida. Dated this 11th day of March, : 1985. Rev. Larry Crumbley Sole Owner pointment," said Mayor Ford "It is crucial that we as Mayors become more involved in such efforts which can be a great asset in building healthy economies for our cities, the nations, and the world." The Intergovernmental Ad visory committee system is managed by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative in cooperation with the Department of Commerce, Agriculture, Labor and Defense The Committee is composed of executive level officials who represent ex ecutive and legislative bran ches of various state and local government. Members are ap pointed by the United States Whatever You Need Classified Has lt. Prior denials and termina tions Mentally impaired people who had an appeal of a termination decision pending on or after June 7, 1983 will have their cases automatically reviewed when the new rules are in effect. However, most mentally impaired people whose disability benefits were denied or stopped for medical reasons between March 1, 1981 and October 9, 1984 need to reapply to get a decision under the new rules. If they do so by October 9, 1985, the ap plication may be considered to have been filed at the time of Trade Representative for a period of two years. PUBLIC NOTICE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY HOUSING ASSISTANCE, OFFICE OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, WILL RESUME ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE SECTION 8 HOUSING ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS PROGRAM ON MONDAy, APRIL 1, 1985. THE SECTION 8 PROGRAM PROVIDES RENTAL ASSISTANCE TO QUALIFYING LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS IN PRIVATELY OWNED RENTAL HOUSING LOCATED IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY (OUTSIDE TAMPA CITY LIMITS). OWNERS OF RENTAL PROPERTY MAY FIND THIS PROGRAM OF VALUE IN MAKING THEIR PROPERTIES AVAILABLE UNDER THIS PROGRAM. FOUAL HOUStNr. ItS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY HOUSING ASSISTANCEO.C.E.D. 9350BAYPLAZABLVD., SUITE 109 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33619 TELEPHONE: 623-2881 Hours: 8:15A.M. -5:00P.M. the latest denial or termina tion. Should the claim be allowed, Social Security benefits could be retroactive up to 12 months from the date of the new application. Anyone wishing to reapply should contact any social security office for more infor mation and to avoid the possi ble loss of benefits. If you wish more informa tion about the new rules for evaluating mental impairments or about other changes in the Social Security law for disabled people, con tact your Social Security of fice. IN THE FAMILY COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DOCKET NO. 84-DR-07-920 SUMMONS AND NOTICE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF BEAUFORT SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES, Petitioner, vs. PAUL F. HENRY and MARTIN RODRIQUEZ, Respondents. IN THE INTEREST OF: RODNEY RODRIQUEZ, a minor child. TO THE RESPONDENT(S) NAMED ABOVE: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the petition in this ac tion, the original of which has been filed in the Office of the Clerk of Court for Beaufort County, on the 15th day o October, 1984, a copy of which will be delivered to you upon your request; and to serve a copy of your Answer to said petition upon the undersigned attorney for Petitioner at their office s at 1535 Confederate Avenue North Towers Building, Columbia, South Carolina 29201, within thirty (30) days following the l)ate of service upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer said petition within the statutory time alloted, the Petitioner in this action will to the Court for the relief demanded in said petition. S.C. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICE OF THE GENERAL COUNSEL BY: JON MERSEREAU Staff Attorney Columbia, South Carolina 29th day of October, 1984

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II) Q\ ori ...;l =:: Q, < ;.... < Q =:: '-I'll c 0 .c 0 = I .. "C c < I'll = c .c I'll -::c = Q. c = = I i c CALIFORNIA BLACK DENTISTS HOST AWARDSThe California Chapter, National Dental Association 2nd annual scholarship awards banquet was held recently at the Los Angeles Airport Hilton Hotel. The ceremonies honored minority dental students for academic excellence and outstanding leaders "For Commitment and Service Towards the Progress of Black Dentists." Shown exchanging greetings at the event are California Assemblyman Curtis R Tucker, (D) Inglewood; Ed Lara, president; Westside Distributors; Sherrill Miller, Blue Cross of California and Larry Strawn, DDS, banquet co-chair. Miller, mistress of ceremonies for the evening, was presented an award by CCNDA thanking her for her efforts in developing in novative health related programs. The evening, sponsored by Anheuser-Busch, Inc. and its Los Angeles Metropolitan Wholesalers was highlighted by keynoter State Senator Clarence Mitchell, III, (D) Maryland. CCNDA is a non-profit organization and represents 400 minority dentists the State of California Leads 1,000 Jesse Jackson Protest Of Farm In GLENWOOD, MINN. Rev. Jesse Jackson on Mon day led a rally of 1,000 farmers protesting farm foreciosures outside a court house before eulogizing 10 financially troubled farmers who died. Foreclosures tempted farm foreclosure that was postponed after a demon stration by hundreds of far mers two weeks ago. mers are driven to crucifixion," said Jackson, a civil rights leader and 1984 candidate for the Democratic presidentia l nomination >) Coors on Tap Communities WASHINGTON -The JAM Corporation, a Washington, D.C. based public relations, advertising and marketing firm continues its efforts to create awareness and generate sales of Coors beer among Black consumers JAM, a minority-owned corporation, was se lec ted by Adolph Coors Company of. Golden, Colorado in early 1984 to promote Coors' prog.r,a.nis Working in cooperation with Coors National Program Manager, Ivan Burwell, JAM recently initiated a surge of public relations programs and Lady Educator's (Continued From Page 3-B) Dr. Milry Bethune sayi ng, "aim for the stars, and even if you miss, you can still catch a few sparks to light up the World." Throughout his singing career Chilrles has made this g uide and now dedicate s his new album, "The Milgic of Gospel" to his first m e ntor. It will be released thi s month on the King of King s L.A. Int er national R ecord label a California based firm, and will contain his original 'Hit' single "Let Your Light Shine." Thi s is precisely what Dr. Milry McLeod Bethune did throuhgout her busy life. speCial events in Coors' markets including: Atlanta, GA; Baltimore, MD; Charlot te, NC; Houston, TX; Mem phis, TN; Miami, FL; Washington, D .C.; Denver, CO; and St. Louis, MO. As i part of Coors expanded marketing program directed to minorities, JAM has coor dinated numerous creative and visible tie-in promotions for the national brewery. JAM has als o directly involved Coors in several major com munity events and festivals, including the Miami Sunstreet Festival. Other activities con ducted by JAM for Coors have included coordination of sponsorships, including a major concert series [or popular vocalist, Jeffrey Osborne. FREE GLASSES Paid For By Medicaid Call: Dr. L.A. Martinez Optometrist 876-6085 Members of Groundswell, the farm activist organization that organized the rally, say the 10 west-central Minnesota farmers killed themselves over the past several months after suffering severe financial problems. The memorial was held after a rally that was originally organized to block another foreclosure attempt on the 480-acre grain farm of Jim and Gloria Langman, who say they are $355,000 in debt. But the sale was postponed on Saturday for at least 30 days by the Travelers Corp. of Hartford, Conn which holds ...... The Doctor's In 8a.m to 10 p.m. firer)day "You who have fed the the mortgage on the farm. ation, you who fed the Travelers' officials and state world, you must come out of authorities said they feared rural isolation," said Jackson, Jackson's appearance during urging farmers to seek the the proceeding would attract support of city dwellers. "We too many people and jeopar are going to be organizing a dize public safety. coalition for economic justice. Reminding the crowd this is the likes of whiCh this nation Holy Week, Jackson said, has never seen before." "And here we stand on the Jackson planted a wooden verge of a delayed cross, one of 10 symbolizing crucifixion," referring to the the deceased farmers, in a postponed forec;:losure. stack of hay bales in front of "This government wants to the Pope County Courthouse, be (Pontius) Pilate and wash which was the scene of an athis hands while innocent far, : :.-: : ::-; : :::. .. No appointment necessary. M.D. on duty. 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>) Salute To Local Black Businesses BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor The week of April 14-20 is National Business Week. Locally, the Alpha Sigma Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., puts forth an all-out effort to increase the awareness of businesses in Tampa's black community ''There are many pros persous black businesses in this community that many of us are not aware," Mrs. Pauline Cole, committee chairperson states. "We'd like to promote, recngnize and pay tribute to many of these prestigious businesses," she stated. DALLAS Dallas Mayor A. Starke Taylor (left) greets Hortense G. Canady (center) nationpl president of. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., a.Jd Dallas & Sense's Publisher Donald C. Walker during their recent visit to Dallas to discuss "A Salute to America's Top 100 Black Business and Professional Women," which will be held August 3, 1985, at the I:allas Conven In working with the Sentinel-Bulletin, Mrs. Cole and her committee of Mrs. Henri Fred, Mrs. Annie Sim mons, and chapter president, Mrs. Freddie Maze, have con. tact ed of Tampa's tion Center, kicking-off Delta's national-convention. TAMPA BAY BUILDERS HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING SPECIALIST LIC. 034997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FREE ESTIMATES 251-2585 Or 251-8754 1005 W. PLAn ST TAMPA. FLORIDA 336(J6 DENTISTRY OpEm Faced Gold Crowns, Solid Gord Crowns, Bridge-work, Dentures, Gum Disease Treated, Silver Fillings; White Fillings, Extraction. I.V. (sleep} Or Nitrous Community Forum To Highlight West Tampa Revitalization Tony Collins, Economic Development Coordinator for the Division of Urban Development and Job Train ing for the City of Tampa, will give a presentation concerning the revitalization and economic development strategy and implementation plan as it relates to the revitalization of West Tampa. Collins will be the guest of the City of Tampa's Com munity Awareness Task Force on Thursday, April 11, at a community forurn. U woonu TONY COLLINS The forum will be held at the Martin Luther King Recreation Complex, 2300 N. Oregon, at 7:30 p. m. The public is invited to attend. ANTHONY'S TIRE SALES 'iftNew And Used Tires *Mag Wheels :" *Immediate Tire Repair Fast Service .--'! (] .'() iJ "Low Overhead Keeps Our Prices Down" 2348 W. Columbus Dr. (Corner Of Armenia) 251-3594 bla<;k-owned ana upeuucd businesses to let the public know who they are the product or service ...... 11 At the request of the ty, Tampa's Mayor Bob tinez has proclaimed the week of April 14-20 I as Black Business Week. The Bay Area Chamber of Comhten;e will sponsor a business related workshop during that week; and on Saturday, April 20, public program to salute black businesses will be held. time and place of this will be announced in an coming edition. Liverpool Electric, Inc., is owned by Stanley Liverpool. In business for the past five years, Liverpool is in the business of installing and wir ing electrical equipment for -power and lighting i commer cial, industrial and residential buildings. Fqr the past 13 years, Robert E. Gadson has owned Bob Gadson Realty, a bu si ness that deals with reaCestate sales and management. His business offices are located at 5810 N. 40th St. and 812 E. son, Suite A. Just over a year ago Hair Dazzlers Beauty Salon op -< > ., !! Ul .... QO Ul f = c = m. = = -a = ., = c:r. fiJ ::r a. I i: f ::r

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. c "0 = < COPING By Dr. Charles W. Faulkner 'I Don't Like The Men Here are ex cerpts from a re t letter that I recei v ed hich you will find in teresting. My comments follow the letter: "Dear Dr. Faulkner: I find most of my relation ships with men boring, fru strating and depressing .' I have never had a sexual ex perience that I enjoyed bec:aw ; e I really do not like my partners as people. I fear being locked into a situation that will leave me unhappy, so I ust won't date. I would like to tell me, please, what makes for a successful rela tionship? What should I look for? F B., Cincinnati." Der F. B.: Your problem is one which of us regularly confronts. is no guarantee for suc.'Each relationship is a risk will have some problems matter what criteria of is used. Sincerity, sense and dedication a good start. Here is a list can serve as a general You may add to it or it as you see fit: '1. Retain the quality of the "chase"; always suggest the possibility of other relation ships and never allow yourself to become the unquestioned "property" of someone else. 2. Maintain a newness and of constant discovery makes the relationship an v<>ru"r" and never allows it become predictable and 3. Understand that the rela is underpinned by ogical as well as fulfillment. A person has to be psychologically hap-as well as sexually satisfied. 4. Be prepared to seek the 'right person." 5. Be prepared to be the right per son." Relationship s two-way streets. You are likely to be happy unle s s you are able make someone els e happy. 6 Be c aring, willing to forgive and flexible about your requirements. It's all a matter of trading off: giving up something that yo1:1 want in order to get something else that you want even more. 7. Understand that knowing what you should be in a rela tionship is as important as knowing what to look for in the other person. 8. Seek a companion who comes as close as possible to what you want before you develop the relationship Don't expect to change anyone once the relationship has begun. No one can or will adopt to your needs anymore than you will adopt to theirs. 9. Observe the other person under duress to see if he/she is stable and can handle pro blematic situations without blowing a fuse. Can you? 10. Determine if you are compatible in age, education, religion, sex and personal ob jectives. To be compatible does not mean having identical views. It means being able to mutually fulfill the needs of one another in spite of the variations in your outlooks. 11. Be sure that both of you place the relationship in the position of highest priority Your own fulfillment should be next. In other words, be sure that it is "our happiness" rather than "my happiness." 12. Find out how both of you cope with disagreeable people and untenable situa tions. Be certain that these traits wlil be immediate"ty put to the test. 13. Be certain that you are both s table enough to refrain from competing with each other; e s peciall y when pro blems arise. 14. Accept the respon s ibility of fulfilling yourself as a lov-TAMPA PARK _Plaza 1497 N. Nebraska Ave. 224 Full Time Pharmacist L.ESTER HENDERSON Assistant MRS. GL.ADYS SAL.ES Mon. Sot 9 A.M 9 P.M. Sun. J:OO 7:00P.M. .Otfter Services: Postof1e Stamps Worlrmon's Compensation Welflltt L-.s Pr0f1rom Available "orlda Sentinel Newspaper Tampa Trlbulfe Newspaper Why Buy Outside of Your Facing The ?Teenage Problem RY KATHY EDWARDS Happy Anniversary! On behalf of the members .of exactly one year that God has Independent Church of God opened the door for her to put In Chris t and my s elf, Pastor into action that God-given H. L. Simp son, we talent to reach young people one of our beloved daughters J tft,Jlteir parents in thi s day in the Lord, Kathy with ':.. a weekly article our congratulations and ape'frtltl e(f" 'Faci n g The Teenage predation for her outstanding Problem'. Truly, thi s is an work in_ the church, in _her ar,ea t J i.t. t commumty, and her serv1ces abroad. Jd .,reach out 'to save our Being dedicated in the arC,a:, .'c hildren from the. problems of working with young people ;"" ,._t h a t h : a ve Y:, I was recently informed that arou6d teenagers. Friday, April 5, 1985, will be Once again, we commend Pharmacists: Drug Information Experts This person belongs to one of the most respected profes in America. You might see him as often as orice a week ... or as rarely as once a year. Whatever the frequency of your visits, there's probably more than you realize behind his smile and white coat. Who are you reading about? Why, your pharmacist. Although you may know his (or her) face quite well, you might not know that a phar macist generally has at least five years of health c-!lre education. "Pharmacists are drug in formation experts. "We're equipped with a tremendous amount of knowledge about drugs, their uses and effects said David Wingate, registered pharmacist and manager of recruitment for a nationwide drug chain. In their first two years of college, future pharmacists learn about the humanities, biological and social sciences. Later studies include phar macology, or how drugs affect the human body; medicinal chemistry, which focuses on synthetic drugs; phar maceutics, the study of drug di s pensing; and the legal and s ocial aspects of pharmacy practice. state board licensing exam. ''A licensed pharmacist must know every type and class of drug, including their chemical structures, properties and side effects," continued Wingate. have .developed ail in-depth understanding of how drugs work on the cells, tissues and organs of the body. ''This enables pharmacists to answer questions on prescriptions and over-thecounter drugs. Communica-. tion skills are very important, since patients often question about a health J)l'oblcrn," said Wingate. and doctors both play a vital role in-pro viding quality health care. Pharmacy students actually take more classes than doctors in pharmacology' or drug in formation, while students at medical schools focus on symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of conditions and sicknesses. Of course, both doctors and pharmacists pro vide drug and health care in formation to their patients. Kathy for a job well-done a s s he endeavors to reach out to more and more young pe o ple everywhere Pastor & Congregation Independent Church Of God In Chris t I would also like to take thi s opportunity t.o s ay thank you to Gwen Hayes and The Florida Sentinal Staff for opening the door for me to shed some light on the problems of today's youth in our community. i Thanks also to the readers of this column. I hope that it has helped parents and teen s in some small way to develop good relationship with each other and that the bonds bet ween the family have grown s tronger I still have not heard from the former playground leaders in response to last week's arti cle Wouldn't it be nice to have teenage community recreation centers throughout the city? I'm interested in seeing a nice place for teenagers to go for recreation with good adult supervision: no alcohol, no smoking, no petting or making out, no profanity. A place to show films on things such hygiene and self pride etc. It would also be nice to even have teenage counselors available. I know that it can be done. But I cannot accomplish this alone, I need community action and help. Let me hear from you today. I want to know what you think Write: Katlly Edwards, c / o Independent COGIC, 3101 E. Lake Ave., Tpa., Fl, 33610. Pharmacists can gain two professional degrees : a bachelor's d e gree ; which re quires five years of stud y or the doctor of pharmacy, which generally takes six years. (A master's or Ph.D. can be earn ed through graduate s tudy.) To become licensed to prac tice, students must graduate from pharmacy school, com plete an internship to gain on the-job experience, then pass a Florida's Biggest RentT o.:Own_ Festival ing person who retains a degree of individuality and self-identity. 15. Be prepared to com municate your feelings, con cerns, interests and anxieties often. Aild tactfully. 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Q,I "' I NYU President Warns Againsf Claims That America Is Cj) ristian Nation ploying a rheto:rc." NEW YORK -John Brademas, president of New York University, the nation's largest private university, warned an NCCJ audience of 700 that "some of the greatest enemies of justice and good will in our own land are wearing new clothes and emIn .!emarks delivered upon receiving tire 20th Charles Evans Gold Medal of the NCCJ on March II, Brademas emphasized that "in I984 candidates for the presidency were vilified not because of their religious afTALLAHASSEE U.S. Army Lt. Col. Bernard D. Hendricks, Professor of Military Science at Florida A&M University, presents Cadet Colonel Melody M. Barnes the President's Senior Scholarship Award, given annually by FAMU President Dr. Walter L.Smith. Barnes is the first female at the F AMU's ROTC unit to reach the full rank of full-colonel, and only the second to head the 37 year-old ROTC Unit. Students Urged To Apply For Financial Aid TALLAHASSEE, Fla. .Florida A&M University Director of Financcial Aid Alton Royal, is urging all students interested in attend ing college to apply for finan cial aid in spite of the propos ed budget cuts to education by the Reagan administration. According to Royal, "Just because these cuts have been proposed does not mean they will be going into effect." Royal's comments refer to the fiscal 1986 Education Depart ment budget President Reagan sent to the United States Con gress in early February. The administration's pro posal totals slightly mor e than $15.5 billion. Although this represents $60 million more than Reagan's fiscal I985 pro posal, it is still nearly $2.5 billion less than Congress ap propriated education this year. If the Reagan proposal gains Congressional approval, reductions would occur in the Pell Grant, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG), College Work Study, National Direct Stu dent Loan and Guaranteed Student Loans programs. In addition, several higher and-continuing education pro grams face possible elimina tion because of zero funding levels proposed by the ad ministration. "The higher education com munity is making every effort to prevent the cuts,'' Royal said. "However, he said, students should continue to apply for aid to attend college and write members of their Congressional Delegation for these programs not to be cut.'' filiation but oecause they did not conform to a certain narrow definition of whaL it meant to be a Christian." The NYU President, who spent 22 years, the last four as majority whip, in the House of Representative representing Indiana's Third District, ad. ded that he "need not rehearse for the sophisticated audience the specifics of the proprietarY. claim of some that only certain candidates were defenders of Christian values and enjoyed the blessings of the Almighty "You and I know that the Founding Fathers of the American republic did in sist upon a religious test for holding public office,,. Brademas declared. ''Some persons insist that America is a Christian nation. Not so! America is a nation of Catholics, Jews, Protestants, Eastern Orthodox, Moslems, Buddhists, agnostics and non believers; of blacks, browns, whites and Asians; of people with roots in every continent of the globe. "So in today's America, we must, while maintaining the integrity of our own religious convictions, underscore anew the importance Of respect for differences of faith, { ace and origin. "We must ever acknowledge, embrace and, indeed: reJOice in that heterogeneity, for it is precisely in welcoming our diversity that we keep our society free and open and democratic." The NCCJ presented Brademas with the Hughes Gold Medal "for courageous leadership in governmental, civic and humanitarian affairs." HCC To Offer Pre-Natal Classes Hillsborough Community College will offer a Pre-Natal Fitness class beginning April 13th at the Dale Mabry Cam pus. Classtime is from 9:30-I1:30 a.m., and the fee is $6. The class, designed to meet the special needs of women during pregnancy, will include limbering and creative move ment with music. Topics such as changing emotions, physiCal needs and diet, will also be discussed. Lamaze Childbirth classes begin April 18th at the Dale Real Estcite Advi$Or Mabry Campus. Class begirts (Kome,Land,Lots,Commercial) at 7 p.m., and the fee is $22 Free Consultation Look Around per couple. Grant-In-Aid Applications Accepted The Office of Equal Oppor tunity Affairs is presently ac cepting applications for the annual State University System -Grant-in-Aid for employees, and the Delores A. Auzenne Fellowship for Graduate Study, for students. The employee Grant-in-Aid wa s established to increase the number of black employees and women qualified for promotion in career service, administrative and professional and /or faculty positions in non-traditional disciplines. All full, time faculty, career ser vice and A&P employees not on probationary status are eligible to apply. The employee Grant-in-Aid Pro gram was intended to sup port the employees who have demonstrated the commitment to further their education and who have the potential for ad vancement. Eligibility for the Delore s A. Auzenne Fellowship for Graduate Study is restricted to American blac)< students enrolled in disciplines and pro fessional progra111s where their numbers are low. Grants in the amount of $5,000 each will be available for I98.5/86 term. For applications or additiona! information please calf or stop by the University South Florida, Office of Equal Opportunity Affairs, ADM 28I, telephone 974-4373 Florida High School Model UN To Meet In Tampa Approximately 250 high school s.tudents across the state will represent more than 40 countries at the sixth an nual Florida High Schools M b de I U n i ted N a t i o ns (FHSMUN) April I2-I6 at the Tampa Sheraton in downtown Tampa. The conference will be sponsored and hosted by University of South Florida students and alumni. [248u1921 AUTO .INSURANCE UP TO 25% DISCOUNT "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4507 Nebraska 238 BE YOUR OWN BOSS!! 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 o uR EMPLOYEES. 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The Afro-American ACROSS 1. "Pig __ Markham, comedian of old S. Famed singer Vaughan 10. Set, like aspic 13. "To __ His Own" 14. Consoling statement: 2 wds. 15. Coffee, slangily 16. 1st Black Cabinet member (Sec. HUD): 3 wds. and init. 19. Had lunch 20. A Great Lake 21. Add to the Constitu tion, e.g. 22. Monogram for boxer Holmes 23. "I Know Why the Caged __ Sings": Angelou 24. Studio item for arti s t Ernie Barnes 26. "Roots": The __ of an American } amily 27. Loses color 28. Ton or Lb., e.g.: Abbr. 30. Jackson or Owen s 32 Vendor's item s 33 Damage, impair 34. Cereal grains 35. Nece s sities for Vida Blue 36. Soul Food'. item 37. Title still preferred by some wives: Abbr. 3f. Beverly __ opera star 39. Most of the Black Caucus belong to the DemocratiC 40. Monogram for pianist Peterson 41. Mary __ singer 42. "Inner __ ," Tony award-winning musical (1977) 43. Stephanie __ of "The Wiz" 44. Rood edge 45. "-- What a Morning": Marian Anderson autobiog. 47. Gorge, deep cleft 49. __ time; never: 2 wds. SO. Exercise center 51. Mayor, Gary, Ind.: 2 wds. & init : 55. An apple __ keeps the doctor away": 2 wds. 56. Type of seal 57. Preceded Johnny Carson 58. Evergreen tree 59. Scarlett __ of "Gone With the Wind" 60. "Up, Up, and ": 5th Dimension hit DOWN 1. Prize for Wilma Rudolph 2. "-- Wind and Fire" 3. "God's Little (1958) STOPII LOOK LISTENI WHAT: THE ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT WHERE: CYRUS GREEN PARK BUFFALO AVE. & 22ND ST. WHEN: MON., APRIL 8, 1985 TIME: 4:00P.M. SPONSORED BY: PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME PRIZES WIL L BE AWARDED TO THE KID FINDING THE GOLD, SILVER O R RED EGG. 4. Variation of "though" S. Leone, W. Africa 6. Bitter-tasting 7. Appraise 8. Curved line 9. Cut, as a tree 10. Item for Judge Constance Baker Motley 11. Level 12. Cooking fat 15. __ Earl Jones, actor 17. "Black, Brown and __ ": Ellington composition 18. Alleviates; makes more bearable 23. Paul Robeson' s voice range was __ baritone 24. __ "Father" Hines & namesakes 25. Orange and lemon drinks 26. Fast planes: Abbr. 27. Niagara __ ; N .Y. 28. __ Frazier, of Basket ball 29. Low card 30. Kenyatta, Kenya's 1st president # 31. Wyatt __ of Westerns 32 "-and the __ come tumbling down" 33. __ McLeod Bethune 35. Bojangles" Robinson 36. Actress Hepburn, to pals 38 Site of MLK, Jr.'s 1965 -Mar ch ---39. Turn, revolve 41. __ -washy, undecided 42 __ Lee, actor, "Cry the Beloved Country" 43. Showy parrot 44. Anesthetic 45. "Porgy & Bess," for one 46. __ Belafonte 47. __ fish, crab-like crustacean 48. "He can run but he can't __ ":Joe Louis 49. Site of the Taj Mahal SO. __ University, Raleigh, N.C. 52. Vintage car 53. Burmese knife 54. Tax expert: Abbr. (C) MCMLXXXIV Puzzle Syndicate All Rig ht s Re s erved (Answers On Page 2 1 -B) Steve Phillips (Ron O'Neal, top right) and his wife, Carol (Cicely Tyson), are the parents of David (Gary Coleman), a troubled boy whom a fire captain (Yaphet Kotto) suspects of being a juvenile arsonist, in "Playing With Fire," a World Premier drama to be telecast on NBC Sunday Night at the Movies April 14 (810 p.m. NYT). In Show' Brooklyn NEW YORK The Cosby Show, critically praised and a winner in the ratings, i s also a darn good neighbor to a score of Brooklyn s hopkeeper s and1 t e n ants who liv e near the s tudio where Bill Cosby tapes hi s series. NBC's hit comedy, about a ni c e family from a New York Ci t y n e ighborhood, i s made in a s mall s tudio on 14th Street and Avenue M in the heavily ethnic, residential section of Midwood in Brooklyn, There's no Hollywood fan t a s y trip on Cosby's corner. No drive-in studio in a private corner of the world. Staffers on The Cosby Show trip over real life and regular folks every day. Across the street, on another corner of 14th and M, i s the CW A Coffee Shop. Owner Roza Josilevich, an ex lawyer from Ru ss ia who im mi g rated here via I s rael cooks the oncamera and off-camera food for The Cosb y Show. Mrs. Josilevich won t let anyone else pre pare Cosby's meals Not even her husband, Leon. For last Thursday's episode, she made brisket of beef with Italian rice pie. "Mr. Cosby is so nice," said Mrs. Josilevich. "He was Right At Home Neighborhood Pete Ruggeri, who manages Jack's with hi s mother, Frances, say s Cosby's teen-age actors come by for slices with extra cheese They give him tickets to taping s, but he work s too late .. H e plans to go during hi s Augu s t vacation Mrs. Josilevich consider s Cosby a t e r rifi c neighbor. "The s how makes the s treet very alive and safe," s he said. A s much a s the s how gives the neighborhood, Cosby and his co-worker s s ay they get a lot back. "Working here is a reality check and balance," said producer Caryn Sneider. "It's subtle, but it keeps us honest '' In tto Cosb y episodes this s eason, for instance, the kid s came home bundled in winter gear from the tip s of their h eads to th e ir toes. "In Los Angeles," said Ms. Sneider, who moved from Californi a for the s erie s, "we never would have been as con s cious about the cold and the winter wardrobes.'' Pearl Bailey Has Something To Sing About busy with a meeting one mornWASHINGTON Singer ing, but the next time he saw Pearl Bailey says she really has 1ne he said he was so sorry for something to sing about now. not saying 'good morning. At the age of 61., Miss Bailey A frayed newspaper review is about to graduate from of The Cosby Show is taped to Georgetown University in CWA's window. It's a rave, Washington, D.C., with a and Mrs. Josilevich says it will degree in theology. stay on as long as Cosby does. "I've always been firm The show's writer s have ofeducation and very strong on fices above the coffee shop. mind expansion," said the Down the block is Max ie's singer, whose father and Dis count, the Jerusal e m II brother were both preachers. k o s h e r pizzeria the 20th Cen"I think learning is one o f t ur y Fis h Market a n d Jack s t he greate st thing s All my life Piz z a shop, w h ere the walls I've been a reader and I a l w ays boas t pictures of R o n a ld so u g h t knowledge I'm s o Reagan, t h r e e Apollo tir e d o f peo pl e associa t ing en as tronau ts a n d this sign: "No t ert a ine r s wit h all t he boozing = s a I = e. > = Q. .., 248-192 1 Smoki n g or Combi n g H air all the drugs," she said at .. .. 1 .. 111111 ...... ...

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'The Tast Appeal To Drago Will Kung Fu. Fans BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Now that Hillsborough County Schools are out for Easter Vacation, how about going to the movies to pass the time. There are several new playing in local theatres. Berry Gordy's latest release, "The Last Dragon", is show ing at the Varsity Six, Horizon Park Four, and Mission Bell Theatres. This movie will delight all you Kung Fu students and Bruce Lee fans There is more than a generous display of fan cy foot work kicks, leaps, and jumps and opened palm karate chops, illustrated by th e movie's good guy Leroy Green, Jr. played by Taimi and the movie's bad guyShogun of Harlem. Vanity, Prince's protege, makes her movie debut as Leroy's girlfriend Laura Powers and the operator of a popular disco. DeBarge, with their hit song "Rhythm Of The Night", and Gordy's son, Rockwell, con tributed their musical talents toward the story line. with evil, and good ends up on top. '(he movie shows that .. guys do finish fir st, and get the girl. VANITY The actors aren't going to receive any Oscar nomina tions, nor will the movie make it on the "Most Memorable List." But "The Last Dragon" is entertaining and exciting for the followers and believers of Kung Fu. Back by popular demand is "The Return Of The Jedi", the third in a three-part Star Wars movie series. We all remember Luke Skywalker, Princess Laia, Dart Vadar, The Force, Obe One Kanobe, R2-D2, and all the other cute and furry characters. Many people I know in cluding this reporter, enjoyed the entire Star Wars series because of the adventure, exDICK, BUBBA AND JOE" JOIN FORCES Football greats Dick Butkus Oeft) and Bubba Smith (right) join Oscar nominee Joe Pesci ( "Raging Bull") in TV's new, lighthearted action-drama series ''Half-Nelson," which airs Fridays at 9 on WXFL-TV, Channel 8. Sentinel's Top 10 Albums 1. Solid ..................... ; ... Ashford & Simpson 2. Jesse Johnson's Revue ................ Jesse Johnson 3. Nightshift ........................... : Commodores 4. Swept Away ................ ; ........... Diana Ross S. Private Dancer .......................... Tina Turner 6. New Edition ......................... New Edition Last W eekend For Ain't Misbehavin' Only four more perfor mances remain of this Tony Award winning Fats Waller musical show produced by Stageworks, Tampa's newest professional theatre company. Directed and choreographed by Ric Castillo, the production includes LeRoy Mitchell and Gloria Bailey, two of Tampa's favorite actors. Audiences are assured a joyous and memorable evening. Stageworks sets the stage with pre-show music of the period played live by ('Doc" Vigderman, and a display of period clothing, compliments of Reminiscence, an Ybor an tique clothing boutique. In keeping with Artsfusion and Stageworks' commitment to a co -min g ling of the arts, several paintings by Eddie Herschell West are on dis pla y in the outer lobby. West whose medium i s oil wash on masonite board, is a Master's Degree candidate and research STEPHANIE ROBERTS LAURIE POWERS assistant in Fine Arts at the University of South Florida. Final performance dates re maining are Thursday through Sunday, April 4-7. All perfor mances begin at 8:15 p. m. on the second floor of the Italian Club, corner of 7th Ave. and 18th St. For ticket information call 248-5064. Stephanie Roberts i s a second-year Fine Arts / Theatre major at the Univ e rsity of Sputh Florida. She ha s ap peared in USF's West Side Storyher first role at age 16 and more recently in Camelo t Death Du Jour and Child ren of the Day in which siTe played "Marge." Originally from Wa s hington, D. C., she plans to comp lete her theatre education at USF and eventually pursue a Master's Degree in theatre. Laurie Powers has aJ;>pearee locally with Stageworks, Playmakers, the Tampa Players, the USF Theatre and Music Depts., the Music Box Players and Susan Taylor and Co. She was last seen -in Stageworks premier cabare t production Weill and Bri!l Are Alive and Well. Her favorite role is "Marta" in the Playmakers' production of Company. Kitty Daniels is the accom panist for Ain't Misbehavin Although she studied music at Hul,lter College in New York City, her favorite teacher is her Tampa high school teacher "Prof." Michael Rodriguez. "Miss Kitty", as she is affec tionately called, has perform ed with Doc's Skyliners as as a single act in many Tampa night spots. Kitty modestly describes herself as a vocal stylist, but she is most often compared to the late, great Billie Holiday. Currently Kitty can be seen playing with Ain't Misbehavin 's drummer, Ma, jid Shabazz and his group, Voices of the Field. KITTY DANIELS Earth, Wind And Fire Members Compromise, Return To Stu dio NEW YORK -Earth, Wind and Fire returned to the recording studio this month for a session that will deter mine whether the immen sely popular funk-soul act will stay together or splinter into solo acts. Philip Bailey, whose falsetto has been featured along with the voice of band founder Maurice White since 1972, said he wanted to keep E, W & F together despite the success of his latest solo album, Chinese Wall. Bailey for months had been non-committal about returcitement, and suspense. Perhaps Twentieth Century Fox will release the first two in the series, ju st like the y've done in the New York area. "Return Of The Jedi" can be seen at Eastlake Square Mall, Varsity Six, Hori zo n Park Four and the Main ning to the studio with Earth, Wind and Fire, but he revealed in a recent Interview that he sees no reason why the band's solo proj,ects can't exist side by side with albums together as long as White does not overpower the other members of the band. In fact, Bailey said he engineered a compromise whereby production resp on sibility is wrested from White's control, although he still will play a role in it as the band works on the new album. If things don't go smoothly in the studio, it could spell the end for Earth, Wind and Fire. Bailey said the other mem bers of the band had felt their roles had been usurped by White in the days since All 'n' A II was released in 1977. se, and the guys' ability to ac tually respect him and follow him," he said. "For the most part, Lthink that for everyone it got it: 1ittle frustrating as the direction of the band continued to change and the focus being more a Maurice White creation and Earth, Wind and Fire siderrien." Bailey said the rest of the band had "little or no in volvement in writing or in planning" and "you could hear the change.'' The critics agree with Bailey. Maurice White foun ded Earth, Wind and Fire in Chicago in 1969, but the group disbanded in 1972 and was reformed with an new line up, save for White and his Y.Ounger brother Verdine. 7. Chinese Walls. ; ................... Philip Bailey 1 Street Six Theatres. "If you listen back to A ll 'n' A II and you listen back to all records before that, it was so clear that it was a collaborative effort, that there was the fusing of all the talen ted elements together, with Maurice's spearhead, of cour. On hit albums like 1974's Open Your Eyes and That's The Way Of The World the following year, the band established its spiritually uplif ting funk personality. E, W & F concerts were celebrations of 8. Diamond Life ........................ Sade 9. Purple Rain ....... Prince Th In Red .. Stevie Wonder There are many more interesting-sounding movies playing at your local theatre. for times locations and effects.

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Entertainme Bt Billy Dee Wahl Star Williams, In 'Double Ken Dare' Billy Dee Williams and Ken Wahl star in "Double Dare," Warner Bros. Television's new hour-long action/adventure series which premiers on CBS TV Wednesday, April 10, 8-9 p.m. EST/PT; 7-8 p.m. CT. photo as leverage, the police coerce him into providing unofficial 1 help in solving unusual cases that fall vulM\.lc! the normal bureaucratic parameters of the department. He agrees on the condition that a young, streetwise ac quaintance of his, Kenneth Sisko (Wahl), who is serving time, get ap early pardon so the two can work together. They couldn't be less alike, but their relationship turns out to be a winning combination. The series is set in San Fran cisco and is being filmed in the Bay Area and Los Angeles. When in San Frahcisco, such famous backdrops as the Golden Gate Bridge, Fish er man's Wharf ; Nob Hill, San Francisco Bay and the in famous Alcatraz Prison will be used. In Los Angeles, the com pany will film at The Burbank Studios and on local locations. Joining Williams and Wahl in "Double Dare" cue A HOPPY EASTER FROM WALT DISNEY WORLDMr. Easter Bunny will be joined by a cast of favorite Disney characters and special entertainment for the national television debut of -Walt Disney World's Happy Easter Parade, April 7 on ABC-TV. Joan Lunden will co-host the special which airs at 7 p.m. Eastern and Pacific time, 6 p.m. Central time. Script writer Don Wells (right) promises the hour-long show will be special." (Copyright Walt Disney Produc tions 1985). Tampa's own Eric Stillings of Walt Dfsney World's Epcot Center will be among the of this Easter Event. World Youth Festival To Be Held In Jamaica KINGSTON ; Jamaica, W.l Jamaica's World Youth Festival of Arts, to be held here April 1-9, 1985, will feature a wide variety of "celebration arts" in a unique gathering of artists and per f orme rs from around the (C) MCMLXXXIY 'uzzle R1 hts Reserved word. The Festival has been planned as Jamaica's salute to the United Nations-designated Internationai Youth Year, 1985. Senator Olivia Grange, ex ecutive producer of the World Youth Festival of Arts, stated that the event will, "provide thousands of visitors with the opportunity to experience a broad s pectrum or outstand ing y outh-oriented works." She added, "the event is designed to highlight not only th e creativity of y outh, but also of those artists who have demonstrated an ongoing understanding of the concerns of youth throughout the world Festival activities include opening ceremonies and a closing gala that will feature parades of Fes tival part icipant's and appearances by international artists. Theatrical presentations, dance concerts and poetry readings will be offered as well as informal workshops, seminars on a number of sub jects pertaining to a range of art forms, and master classes hosted by guest performers. In addition, art exhibitions will be mo nted, including a major show at the National Gallery of Jamaica; and tours of art collections in private homes-, .. In "Double Dare, life couldn't be sweeter for Billy Diamond (Williams), age 37, tall bright and hand s ome Orice an international gambler who worked the glitzy casinos in the playgrounds of the world where all the beautiful people gathered, be is no longer working as a sophisticated jewel thief. From the cut of his clothes and the flash of his rings and watch, he is. someone who en joys not only the gifts that nature gave him, but the fruits of a very good life. He sleeps between satin sheets, wears $300 pajamas and his Rolls Royce is the talk of the town. But life took a turn when the San Francisco police photograph him in a blackmail set-up, with his hand on a velvet jewelry roll in the wall safe of a room in a fashionable San Francisco hotel. Using the i'ncrlminating regulars Janet Carrol as ,.,,..p .... !'I Lieutenant Warner, who works closely with Williams in 00 I'D = his undercover activities, and Joseph Maher who portrays Sylvester, Williams' houseman. Williams bring s a long list of prestigious credits to his role a s Billy Diamond. He became a television star fr om his performance in "Brian's Song," co-starring James Caan, and a motion picture star from "Lady Sings the Blues, starring Diana Ross. This is Wahl's television debut. He moved to California to escape the harsh Chicago winters and within a short time he landed the lead role in the :r I'D I = c I'D s -c:l c Q" fl> =I'D Q, t'!1 I'D ... '< --l c I'D fl> feature film "ThP ..... "" Wanderers, despite the fact that he had never had an act ing lesson. He was then cast as Paul Newman's young part ner in "Fort Apache, The Bronx" and his most recent credit is the feature film "Pur ple Hearts. Billy Dee Williams stars as Billy Diamond Wahl stars as Kenneth Sisko in Warner Bros. Televi sion's new hour-loEg action/adventure series "Double Dare'' which airs Wednesdays, beginning April 10 on CBS. as well as tours exploring Ki_ ngston's archi-tecture and historical sites will be offered. A literary exhibition display-ing book's frQm around the

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;, TV GUIDE FRIDAY ltoaclcastclaytlme I April 5, 1985 1...,-,WEDU rii"\ WXFL lift\ WTSP l!.!!i(A8C) 15 Morning News Gadget 1\ift WXLT ----Good Morning America 44 Kids Club 7 00 Good cas Morning Inspector 30 Farm Day America Super __ _____ :._ _________ -_ ___ .. ___________ 8 n :: i ;)''f :: 30 .. Partrid{je Great Space ______ .. 4!. :_ _____ .::. ... _____ ..::._ .. ___ ....family c. Coaster g g v,, alley 9 n rams l?,onahue :' Donahue __ --aig __ 30 Electric More Real AnythjJig For Dick Van ________ ______ ---____ ,.--------,.':'7.,.,... ___ 1 0 00 lTV Let's Make Murphy In 525.000 Rawhide Jim Waltons 15 ProgramA Deal The Morning Pyramid Bakker 30 ming Sale Of The Sally Jessey Joker's __ :'__ ----______ C.!!!'!I!Y .. _______ ____ :_ _______ .. ______ .. ---11 00 Wheel Of Ryan's Price Is Wlld1 Trivia Ritual$ 15 Fortune Hope Right Wlla Trap : ;; 1 2 00 Hews News Pulse I Love Ryan's 15 Plus! Lucy Hope 30 Allin The L_oving ------1 ------. --. ___ In-45 .. .. .. .. .. .. !"" Dark" -2----.. -::-------,o=-n-e-:L:-:if:-e----,,, ---30 Tums -!0 Live :: ___ .. .. .. 15 Compeny Barbara Hospital Light Hospital Rabbit 3 oo Electric Santa General ----vetvetHn -30 l-2-1 -_C.!I_'tas! ---_':.__ .. ______ : ____ ____ .. ____ :: ___ 6 00 Government News News Diff'rent News WKRP In 15 Perspec lives .. Strokes Cincinnati 30 Business NBC News News .. Good News ____ _____________________________ .. 7 00 MacNeil Family WhHI Of CBS News Benson M.A.S.H Love 15 Lehrer Feud Fortune Boat 30 Newshour Sale Of People's Enter Carol ThrH's ---45 II Court tainment ___ -:-C=::o:;.m'-"pC::a,nC!.y __ -="-:::---an ..... fs :: House :: ---Benson ------__ a-=' .. "'-n'-"\O.::.n=.:.=----:,.,.-: ------30 "Andrew Off Thf Home" Mad Ball" Off The Webber11 ;:-------7:Ro=a==:ck:'-:;----="----Vice ;; ;; Mom .. 1 0 00 Wilderness Miami Me And Me And News 1 -----1 -* ... fs !:-gistature ___ s.c. T.v 12 00 Doctor Bizarre PGA Golf Wllo CBS Movie R .P.M. Friday ABC Rocks .. .. News .. Night Videos a = April 6, 1985 rTIWEDU 1.!!.1 (PeS) riil WXfl \.!Ucoec:J lift\ WTSP IUtlcA8CJ 1!.:!/ccasJ f.iAIWTOG 1:!!!/c-J ---SoYouwanHoba Youttl Breath Incredible Panorama & You Of Lilt Hulk Cont'd J5aleidoscope .. 45 15 Course friends friends r;:opeye Tom And Jerry 8 00 Write Snorks Super Biskitts w restling Super 9 00 Magic Of Smurts Mighty M11ppet w,, restling Mighty Heathcliff Voltron Buck 15 Watercolor Orbots Babies Orbots 30 Gourmet Turbo Dungeons Turbo ___ --::.. --------:::T""e""tn"--::---AncfDragons Teen 1 0 00 Mr GrHn Dragon's Bugs & The Doo Runner s'c:by Doo Leave It 45 Ceramics Chipmunks 1--1 00 Oil K idd Scary Scooby Scary scooby star 15 .Painting Video Funnies Funnies Trek 30 Joy Of Mr. T LIHits pryor's LiHtes 45 Painting Place 1 2 00 New York's Tarzan ABC Movie: 15 Master Chets Weekend "Hatarl" 30 Can-Do Laverne & 45 Clinic Shirley Daniel ABC Weekend American Bandstand 44 15 Gourmet "Dakota" "My Name 1 00 Frugal Movie: Movie: .. s Nobody" 200 Here's Te 15 Yeur Health 30 Vlctery aaseball 45 Garden 1915: A 3 00 Pet Action !:"k Alrtad 15 Line 30 Ancient PrSeasen 45 Lives Baseball 15 lO LPGA Golf Bewll_n_g Sl:IOMO Old Spice Cluslc Movie: "April Love" Movie.: ,..,.,.. Winter ComesH Lone Ranger L Ranger Baseball Preview Old.SOice Classic Movie: "Castle Of rrror" Swltctr 400 ,S,pecial 5 00 German Dinafr Wiele World Of !!*" Blue !'"1911' Wiele wend Of !Ji-rts. At The Mevles PuHin'On The Hits 15 Soccer Sllore 30 tnvlta-45 tlenal 600 Austin 15 City 30 Limits 4$ .. NBC News News ABC News CBS News Mevle: "TIM King's Ttrlef" News 1 0 : Hunter Up '!"" JO Only When '' Leves :: Fec:us 45 I LaUth 44 11 oo Sneak News '"ws News H-r News Tales Frem 15 Previews "'""'" A&C News Dartcslcle 30 Cinema S.turday Movie: Entertainment sat Te .. Movie: 45 Shewcase Nltht Live "The Den This WHk llilke Anneunced "Executioners 45 Is Dead" Golden Of Death" AgeOf '!'ovle ;!'tlevlsion 1 YOUR HOROSC OPE ARIES (Mar-ch 21-April 19): Working in a close cooperative atmosphere with those who share your own views yields good productivi ty. Plans and projects now have an excellent chance at succeeding. You must control how you direct Y.our energies at this time. If you see or feel opposition check over your plans. Control and under standing is needed with love ones TAURUS (April 20-May 20): By exercising some self discipline, maintaining a good work program, you are in a better position to see realistic goals materialize. An excellent time for establishing security For many of you this will be a time for going over old pro jects. Your concentration will be at a low, try not to become stubborn with your thoughts. GEMINI (May 21-June 21): Future growth potential and expansive ideas keeps you ful ly occupied this week. Devise a definite plan and adhere to a rigid schedule so all obliga tions and goals can be met on a timely basis. Control the negative twin and proceed with caution for the next two weeks. If you have any pro jects to complete, now is the time to finish them. CANCER (June 22-July 21): Perception is unusually keen now and can be relied upon more heavily. First im pressions are usually correct this week but don't be too quick to make binding deci sions Many of you are conser vative when it comes to understanding yourself and others. You must understand that rejection is a part of life that test your determination. LEO (July 22-August 21): Legal issues could demand more time so revise schedule accordingly. Reserve time for mate or partner so you can go over joint concerns that re quire a more indepth study. Give attention to plans in the future. Clear up loose ends and be prepared f.or the new things that occuring in the U.S. If there is anything you do not understand, ask ques tions rather than run the risk of foolish error. VIRGO (August 22-Septtmber 22): Issues con cerning health are favorable and you are far more energetic. This can be the ideal time to direct efforts toward a project that serves to stabilize career plans. You need to find time this week for a tour of an art gallery or a drive into a natural wonderland somewhere in the state. Con centrate efforts on clearing up minor details at home and in business. LIBRA (September 21-0ctober 22): Congenial social and business associates keep you in good spirits thi s week. Matters pertaining to in vestments or speculative ven tures have a tendency to turn out favorably now. What you accomplish now will depend on enthusiasm and initiative shown. Undertake any work you know you can finish. SCORPIO (Octob.er 23-No-vember 21): Your ability to interact favorably with an older and experienced in dividual can be to your advan tage so ask for advice if necessary. Include a close family member with plans. Do not avoid irritating situations, for that could make it worse. Be cautious making remarks especially when you do not agree SAGITI ARIUS (November 20): Good com munications with others is key to getting things done, making the accomplishments necessary to move forward Some travel is now indicated but make precise plans so time isn't wasted Keep personal feelings and money separate to prevent trouble. CAPRICORN (Decembe11 21-January 20): By exercising resourcefulness you should be in a position to realize a more comfortable financial situa tion. Enlist the aid of one who understands good business operations to help with plans. You must develop im provements for uniting your family and community plus those in need. AQUARIUS (January 21-February 19): Your in" volvement with new endeavors keeps you well occupied in a constructive manner. This is a time when many things can be accomplished so take full ad vantage of good planetary configurations. Be yourself when dealing with others, life is too short to be <>ther than whom you are. PISCES (February 20-March 20): Charitable causes hold precedence this week and your involvement can be extremely rewarding. A, time when those in less for tunate position should be shown more consideration. Good for many future plans. This week before you accept anything new use common sense. > = Q. ..

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