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Trooper Commended For Arrest s (SEE STORY ON P AGE 3-A) Henry Be Sure To Vote May 14th! VOL. 40 NO. 42 'Ft Valley' Moore Dies 110 000 READERS EACH EDITION Published Every Tuesday And Friday TAMP A, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1985 (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A) 35 And Worth More PU: E 35 CENTS Feelings Mixed Ctl Florida's Lottery (SEE STORY ON PAGE 1-B) Two Murder Victims Identified (SEE STORY ON PAGE 27-A) LILY WHITE SOCIETY HOLDS 50TH ANNIVERSARY CONFAB AT MT. MORIAH P. B. CHURCH Representatives from all departments of the Lily White Society are in Tampa left to right, Louis Richards and David King, Grand Vice Presidents, C. Blythe this week for the 50th Anniversary Convention of the Grand Assembly. Public Andrews, Jr., Grand President, and Mrs. Pearl Washington, Grand Vice programs and business sessions are being held at Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist President, with Elder Clarence L. Warren, right, pastor of Mt. Moriah Church. Grand officers in the pulpit at the initial service Wednesday night were, Primitive Baptist Church, speaker. (See Pages 12 & 13)


g Commissioned A 2nd Lieutenant Phone News 248-i92 Is A Special Event For Tampan Sunday April 28, will be a special day for Frederick He will be commis sioned a Second Lieutenant on Sunday during services prior commencement_ exercises at University of South Florida. A December graduate of USF with a degree in Sociology, Thomas will join others in his family who have spent time in the father Columbus Thomas, spent 21 years in the army and attained the rank of Technical Sergeant. His uncle, Eli Thomas, also served 21 years in the army and was discharg ed as a Master Sergeant. Another reason Sunday will be extra special for Thomas is U"'\,,ClU'>'he Will be pinned by father and uncle of Loui The ceremonies will be 1 ... v, ..... ....... ... by Major Hudson of Ft. Pierce. The ceremony is for 9 a in USF's Being .... ,, .... ... life, Thomas, only natural that army and did so t'ti'routzh the ROTCon campus. Although he graduated in December, Thamas continued to take courses in leadership : and management to better himself for the job ahead for at least the SARATOGA SPRINGS, Y. -Two of the children of t1 .. .,, .. .,,r came from Ethiopia to new home in the verdant ............. of upper New York Saturday night. Year -old twins Arsiema and BY GWEN HAYES FREDERICK THOMAS ndt lfour years. "I knew I wanted to ; go in (to the service),'' he said, "but I wanted to do it as an officer," he added when asked about his interest in the ROTC program. During his college years, Thomas, a 1977 graduate of Tampa Catholic High School, also held a fulltime job as a juvenile counselor. "I enjoy working with kids," he says.' However, he adds, "it's aJ,llaz ing how they can change. When they're small, they're gifted and smart. Then the system beats them down to where they are so-called dumb," he stated. Thomas remembers his days as a youth "and the changes we went ... _. _____ .. as kids. Because of Melltitzdegga had broken through the bands of red tape that held them in Ethiopia, where there is little food and little hope. For months, Washington had said no, no and no again. RICKY WILLIAMS Attorney At Law CRIMINAL DEFENSE (Felonies, Misdemeanors, Traffic And Juvenile) PERSONAL INJURY & WRONGFUL DEATH WILLS & PROBATE ATTY. RICKY E. WILLIAMS SOCIAL SECURITY & EMPWYMENT LAW 400 E. Buffalo Ave. (Cor. Of Buffalo & Central) MON.-FRI. 8 A.M. To6 P.M Certified Public Accountant 6 Y ecirs Work l:xperlence With IRS Income Taxes IRS Pymts Or Audit Problems Accounting Serv.lce(Ta. x Planning sl:,slness Consultation Financial Statement (Fo_r Loans) Mon. frl. 8:30 5 Sat. JO 3 J936 I. Hlllsbf!Jrough (TampaJ 237 this l can relate to other kids, the Big Brother member said.:. As a ROTC member, Thomas il) committed to four years with the Army. However, he has not decided whether he will make a career of it. "After I make the four years, I'll look at the civilian market to see what it's like," he that because marst: dbfl{t;&lf!ICe four-year CQ.ITIIlJ! ltDlel!h His plans include getting a masters degree in Public Administra tion. What he'

' .. Trooper For Making Most DUI Arrests BY, PA TIY ALLEN :" Sentinel Staff nwre DUI arrests were made stat e wide from January 'to 1985 to the Tw.en t y-five -yeatold same time last year. BtJt troop Florida Highway Patrol wide arrests down by Trooper Vinson was four when comparing tbe same commended Wednesday by time periods, from 776 to 772. the Hillsborough andj>lnellas re out there on the highway." lives were saved in the Tampa According to statistics pro-Bay area." vided by the l'HP offic ,e_, 321 Trooper Par nell, who is the C ouple Begins BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor Unaweza kunisifia hoetli ya kula iliyo nzuri? That's Swahli for "Can you recommend a father of a three-year-old girl and whose is expecting ariother child, has been with FHP for 1 four year. He spent 3 Yz year; working in Hernan do County. In 1984, Trooper Parnell received the Optimist Award for outstanding law en forcement achievement. "Ibave always wanted to be a trooper;'' stated the graduate of Webber College with an A.S. degree in Business Administration. "I hope to : remain a trooper for as long as possible." Accordjng to Trooper Parnell,'. "l know it (drunk drivers) is a big problem out there, so I took it upqn myself to do somethin,g ; about it.'' He drunk in you arrest has an at: titude which is different. Some are hostile and soQJ.e are slumber. 1 The ypung trooper to getting into ."a couple of fights." But' all,.in-all, he stated: "l;m proud of myself and hope to continue' his efforts against drunk drivers "Trooper Parnell and other troopers in the rural areas have made the City of Tampa aware that it is hazardous to drive under the influence, and I hope that reaction and education continues," Maj ; McKinnon stated. He explained that the troopers were asked to make at least 2.5 DUI arrest per month. "We're exceeding that by lOo/o because the troopers are seeing the number of accidents caused by drunk drivers being CHARLEs AND JIILL good restaurant?'' Sentences including Mrs. Dorothy fJar like that and others of the mon "who prc>Vided same African nature are what very sound information." two new entrepreneurs would Hill constantly credits his like to instill in those who-... wife with being and patronize the tliey talented. behind her opened a little more than tw0 1000J'o. and rin there to hold weeks ago her the waiter at P.alma Charles lfld and CpU,Oti)i, c,tub are now the operators of Jdto Men's Gnll stated. saba which means Ki' tchen -the business boasts of seven Seven in Swahli. The barbeque sauces which include : Bere business is located in what was Bere (Hot African) that was formerly Owens' Bar-B-Q on used il) Ethiopia on raw meats 78th St. across from : the enbecause it Was known to cook trance to Progress Village. the meat oh the tongue; Hot This is the first business venOriginal (sauce supplied by ture for the couple, but it is James Hart), Curry-. Hot something they've always Sauce, Medium Hot Sauce, wanted to do. "I've Mild OriginaJ, Thick 1 recognized bet-talents," (the original sauce of tl)e Charles Hill says of his wife, Owens') and At Jar Original, Carolyn, ''and often an African base sauce used talked -.about starting -;a mainly on seafood. All sauces 1 business, but the capital are homemade from well-kept outflow has not been there;" secrets. Once Hill learned that the The business depicts an reduced," the major sta:ted. business owned by his brother African accent inside and the and wife, Henry and Mollie couple is prepared to do Owens, was not being African style cooked foods for operated, the couple began parties. In addition to the tossing the idea around, and regular food found in a bar-b surprisingly gained the supq restaurant, the Hill's are of port of the Owens and other fering smoked mullet, smoked family members-Elmer and catfish, smoked shrimp, Florence Owens (another smoked pig feet, Italian brother), James and Helen sausage, Cuban sandwiches Hart (Mrs. Hill's parents), and a host of other foods. ... Owner SUPERIOR-BEAUtY SALON 2808 Tampa St. (Cor. Tampa _St:& Warren) .CURLS. '35. ... : : a ..... SHAM.Poo. PRESS 1 '" .. _..* o o o o o o o o,. o o '6 & CURL ..... : ........... _'12 COUlR RllliiSE.... : 5 :-. ll r.... VIRGIN RELAXER ...... : '22 GROWJH RECA JER. PERMANENT TINTING (HAIR U1J KONiliTIONING TREATMENT WITH SERVICE s,:> ... ... t.. I SENIOR CITIZEN DA Y 'SPECIALS-EVERY MOJV. ... ., :I' MARION JONEs: .. owner MARY HERR"N ... Operlitor .;.. Oj..:Bossafi/f>l'IJ)' JA]I!ICE COOPER Operator SPECIALS GOOD: ONLY According to Maj. McKinnon, 60% of the highway fatalities are caused by drunk drivers. "For the troopers, it's easier to book a DUI than to work a fatal accident. It's a tragedy and they realize th,at." Anthony Hart (Mrs. Hill's When asked about her in. brother). Of course;tltt!n! was support from many friends, (Continued On Page 16-A) :2301 f. Hillsborough Ave. I 238.0351 406 w. Drive : : 229-7905. N,ow Open On Sundays ., r 12-5P.M. 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 Palm fflver Plaza .-.. Cjjou JVei>d /m u.!lo'u'l :1fai'l


I 0 c ., = < 0 rl.l Q,l = E--t' Q,l ., Q,l .c: rl.l -:c = = Q,l = = I Q,l = = ........... ........... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN l USPS 202 140 Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin + ; Publishing Co 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 Moil all P. 0. Box 3363 Tompo, Fl. 33601 Member of notional Newspaper Publishers Assciotion (NNPA). and Am olgonioted Publishers. Inc ., New York. CYRIL 8L YTHE ANDREWS 1901-1977 Founder C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. and Publisher SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS General Manager GWENDOLYN H. YES Managing Editor ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Society Ed.itor BEnY DAWKINS General Advertising Director C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill Circulation Manager : cAMILLE WILLIAMS Office SIMON JOHNSON AVELINO CASELLA$ RAMOS Production SUBSCRIPTION RATES + $31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. + PHONE : 248-1921 t: .............................. C Pushing Elderly -People To the Poverty Line budget compromise hat President Reagan and the U.S. reached-. may make those two parties happy, but it is likely that it will not be a hit with the estimated 430,000 eldery Americans who would be pushed below tlte poverty level if the agreement becomes iaw. The compromise places a cap of 2 percent on any increases received for cost of living adjustments on Social Security payments. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the ceilings would force 650,000 Americans below the poverty line, most of them being elderly. The cap on increases would also affect railroad, military and civil service retirees. Only Supplemental Security Income recipients, those who are especially poor, will receive an increase in the companies lliUOf!e. ( proposal. Single SSI recipients would receive a $10 raise and couples would receive $15 The proposed cap on benefit increases will save the government an estimated $52 billion in order to lower the estimated $230 billion deficit in 1986. The proposal will result in a cut in benefits to reci pients unless the inflation rate remained at 2 percent or Mr. Reagan pledged during the 1984 cam paign to protect Social Security benefits from cuts. So much for campaign promises and their supposed validity. It seems that the deficit reducing strategy of this administration is to pick clean the bones of the more nerable groups in society so the military budget be fed. If this proposal goes through, the term Social security will have an even more hollow ring to it. I Campaign For Statue Of Liberty GAINESVILLE, Fla. Black American, Professor Jame_,s S. Haskins, a Haskins brings to the cam prominent writer and paign a unique sense of history ............ ... ccrr at the University of. and perspective and we are has been appointed a very excited that he has agreed ; chairman in the Southeast to volunteer 9is time,"' said for the restoration of the : Lee Iacocca, national cam Statue of Liberty and. Ellis paign Island. Professor Haskins will work with other volunteer leaders in the Southeast region, which includes 10 states and has ,a' campaign goal of million to be raised by the t at u e s C e n t e n n i a l celebration on October 28, 1986. "As a member of the Liber ty Centennial Campaign's National Education Advisory Committee and as a Pr9fessor Haskins is the author of. over 50 volumes of' nonfiction including the recent movie release, The Cotton Club. "Black Americans h 'ave contributed a great deal to this country's success arid to its culture and I believe that the Statue of Liberty is a reminder and an inspiration to achieve even greater said. BY RUDOLPH HARRIS 'White History' Black People Must Learn The title above will be so named for the first and on1y book I plan to w.rite as, hopefully, a lasting contribu tion to the struggle the struggle for the renewing of the minds of my fellow citizens, Black and white alike. Of course, everyone thinks of possible a utobiography b.ut sometimes longevity denies us such a privilege. Oftentimes we can do more for humanity concentrating outside of our immediate self. So we struggle here on earth enduring the sacrifices which go along with service, knowing full well that your greatest pages will be authored by others. As Jesus so well'proclaimed to us, "If I be lifted up, I'll draw all men (Part Two) unto me.", In all of my many years of formal training; in all of the many classroom hours spent in the college and university systems, nothing prepared me Tor the visions ,of history now perceived. Singer Patti Labelle in her latest, and perhaps biggest'l1it to this day, talks of a: "New Attitude". In a historical perspective of this nation, it is the "White 'Attitude'' which must be researched. A careful analysis will reveal that we, as a people again Black and white alike _: have experienc ed a poor and changeless education in the subject William Raspberry Is In This The Country Going Right Direction? -WASHINGTON Accortober 1974 during the Ford din g to thtt Roper Organiz apresidency. That was the tion which formulated the month when John question back in 1971, it is Ehrlichman Bob Haldeman recognized by many experts as and John Mitchell went on "the best single measure there trial for their Watergate of-is of public fenses and when 75 percent of But to newspaper columnist America thought we we're on struggling to make sense of the "the wrong track." latest responses it is a It is interesting though not frustratingly imprecise particularly enlightening, to measure of Lord-knows-what. search the newspaper Here's the question: "Do headlines during the polling you feel things in this country periods for clues as to our. are generally going in the right sense of the country's direcdirection tOday, or do you feel tion. Why was the country that things have pretty seriousrelatively pessimistic (only 23 ly gotten off on the wrong percent positive) in January track?" 1971? Was it the fact that the Close to half of all those Vietnam War was still going who answered the question on, with 44,000 Americans during face-to-face interviews already dead? The fact that in February like the direction that was the month Lt. the count'ry is headed the William L: Calley went on first time, says Roper, that the trial for the My Lai balance of opinion has been The fact that we were still positive rathedhan negative. wrestling with The Reagan adminis tration ui:te fupl'oym.en"t-inflation' must be ecstatic, thdiigh it ; dilemma wttile confronting a might be as hard pressed as I'declining gross national pro-am to know precisely what ,it is duct? ecstatic about. The ascendan.. Did our .relative cy of conservative despondency (only 20 percent Republicanism? The positive) in february 1979, previou'sly high-mark (41 perhave anythip.g to do with the cent positive) was in polling presence in Washington of done in February 1977, a 3,000" outraged farmers month after Jimmy Carter demanding higher price sup moved into the White House. ? Why were we so much .The low-water .mark. was Oc-discipline of ,America History. Did you know that can be J)assed on from oPJI1Pra- tion to generation just as perty and otfier physical llPJm!i:l -a watch, ring, or any Did you al .so know American History, as tapght in most school systems across this na tion, is designed to .... ,, ... ._ and pass on the old cradled in the raceology of nation? racism such a friends We must understand, people, that sometimes dividuals will see the moral light and even reach out to ex. tend lasting human acceptance, but groups seldom do. Institutions are far more haughty naughty than In dividuals. Examine the hypocrisy men such as George Washington and Thomas Jef ferson when the issue of racial segregation came into focus in the white churches of Philadelphia in 1787. The Rev. Richard Allen received all kinds of financial and moral support in setting up A.M.E. Church from former presidents. It does take a genius to understand which way Washington and; Jefferson were coming from. They acted in the interest o white supremacy and tion in their so-call benevolent attitude. History will reveal a continuous pat. -tern in the institutional at titude of white America fiom Washington to Reagan, with few exceptions. Sucn is the ; perspective of history which we must learn if there is to be of our minds.


This student s early days at Clark College are quite memorable. My first real debate was Speech 101 or 201; anyway, our topic was abor tion (around 1972). Abortion and/or the thought of abor tion was with us even then. group was the "against" group. Oh, we searched and researched for material(s) to use to strengthen our argu ment. I must say we did a darn good job because not only did we win the debate but our in structor thought we deserved good grades, too, to boot. And she awarded us all on the "Against" abortion team well-received grades of "A" for excellence. Now today, let us re examine the abortion issue(s) as it is once again upon us. For it is truly a touchy subject. The American Heritage Dictionary of The English Language states, "induced termination of pregnancy before the fetus is capable of surviving as an individual." A Random House Dictionary, American HER VIEW Dictionary informs us, ''ex pulsion of fetus before it is viable." Our quest for even more knowledge takes us to The Doubleday Dictionary For Home, School, and Office enlightens us with (no matter what), "a person or thing that fails to progress or develop normally as expected." Locally, four persons from among us were recently con victed of charges dealing with the issue. He said, "Thou Shalt Not Kill." While listening to the radio news, a community leader said that people who are trying to uphold the laws (God's) can not be convicted of a crime. This statemenr was of course before the jury's judgment and decision. Jewish Problem Sounds Familiar The Jewish community all over the United States is up in arms and fighting mad with President Ronald Reagan. The entire incident started when the President decided to visit a World War II grave site that was the burial ground for some Nazi SS troops. This is an outrage to Jewish people. History details the unhumanly efforts of the Ger man Nazi soldiers to destroy the entire Jewish people. History depicts the gore details of the mass abuse, brutality and killings of Jews by the German soldiers. It is a very bitter experience that Jewish people have not been able to get out of their minds. I can understand the posi tion of the Jewish people because their plight sounds very familiar. The Jews' bad experience with the Nazis is just a memory now. The danger, the persecution and the attempted genocide no longer exist. But these memories are so real and so painful that they find it hard to forgive those perpetrators. Again ; I can understand this, you see Blacks came to America under inhumane con ditions For so long, Blacks were not even considered to be human beings. During that time, we were Niggers and our lives were 'Of no value. Black history details the brutality, abuse, dehumaniz ing treatment and the senseless killings of Black people by white America I certainly understand the problem the Jews are having with President Reagan's plan to pay tribute to the enemy of Jewish people. It brings back bitter memories for the people just as the picture and reminded us of those who had heaped abuse upon us. The Jews are fortunate. Their enemy is at least from another country. Blacks are not as fortunate. Those who abused us for so long and con tinue to do so are Americans who live among us. They are our neighbors, lawmakers, employers, leaders, a .nd policemen. We can't get away from those who have persecuted us Supreme Justice Sandra Day O'Connor "Claiming that "new technology" has moved back the point at which a fetus can survive outside the womb, O'Connor declared ''the trimester approach a completely unworkable method of accommodating the conflicting personal rights and compelling state interests that are involved in the abortion context,' "And Justife For Some," Savvy magazine. With all this rhetoric going on, we certairtly do need to go back to the drawing board. Speaking of rhetoric at home, we can only hope that First Lady Nancy Reagan will after her Summit Meeting with for so long. Sure, we under pie goes even further. stand the Jews' problem. We, angered Jewish people wtth hts as Black people also symdecision to visit some Nazi's pathize with these people and graves. Blacks are also truly hope that one day they distraught with Mr. Reagan can clear their minds of this and the many budget cuts that terrible experience and find have had a direct effect on the true peace of mind. lives of Black people. But in the meantime, the Still other Blacks are upset Jewish people should underwith the President because we stand the problems that Black believe the President is very people face. Our story of laxed on the Civil Rights of physical and mental abuse is Black people and insensitive to very similar. We have a lot in the needs of Black people. common and have had to The Jewish problem is not overcome some very difficult unique. Bfack people have and bitter experiences. been there, too. We find that How can you ask the Jews there are those among us who to forget, forgive and love still cannot accept the those who tr ied to kill them blackness of our skin. all? How can you ask Black Our struggle goes on Blacks people to love those who have are still trying to escape the in heaped physical and mental visible bonds that bind us, and abuse on them for so long? I trying to escape the punish know that it is the Christian ment that is no longer physical thingtodo.Butstill,weareall in nature, but rather human beings. psychological. Yes, the proThe similarity between blem of the Jews sounds Jewish and Black peofamiliar. We have been there. MY OPINIO I '-By Rudolph Harris Black-On ck Crime: An Economic Problem (Part Three) Black-on-Black crime is more prevalent in predominantly Black com munities because these com munities lack the political and economic power to eliminate the basic causes of The typical nature of such crimes which exist in the hard core inner-city are not as characteristic, even of the more affluent predominantly' B lack neighborhoods. Such crimes as robbery and theft are more associated with com mutative criminality, as it ef fects the crime stats in such neighborhoods. Such is why typical Black-on-Black cri e, as "it is commonly perceived, can well be identified from an economic perspective rather than a moral one. Crime in the Black com munity, the inner-city Black communities, is often psychologically politicized by the environment. The social culture often prejudizes a community as criminal. Drive down 29th Street between Lake A venue and Buffalo and the congregated social climate is distasteful to many people. The nature of the crowd often makes criminality m .ore suspective than may actually be the case. Take that same community and give those very same people and that en vironment an adequate finan cial face-lift, and at the snap of the finger, the image will be changed. Yes, even our perceptions are more economically oriented. We don'ttend to see crime where there is affluency, but let us not forget, it does exist there, as well. Unfortunately as the exam ple may be, when the "GodFather" emerged in the early all the other First Ladies of the World get back to us "locals" by summitting' with the First Ladies of our Fine Cities of these United States of America. Peace Be Unto You. 1900s in the Italian com munities in the northeast, New York in particular, the quality of life, economic-wise, im proved and that ethnic ad vanced. They compelled more respect because they gained meaningful control of their economic and political destiny. In America, other ethnics do not respect any peo ple whose basic institutions are weak. The white establishment doeS not respect the Black church. It only recognizes it as an extension of control the political and -ect:.mJmac destiny of'Biack people. political and economic do not respect their tabtlislledlt Black leaders in the communi ty; they simply use them pawns, puppets to again ex tend control over the Black masses. They are the ones plant such diversions at on-Black Seminars as they presently ongoing here Tampa. These Negroes know to sponsor and how to sponsor to please their masters. White folks are not going to allow their money to be spent on meaningful sessions dealing with the problem of crime in the Black community. Let u s not forget that is is white ple who control the budgets which operate both the Ybor Campus of H.C. C. and The Tampa Urban League. In fact, in many instances these in stitutions have to submit such ideas before-hand to be ape proved by others prior to ac tually carrying them out. Such is why appointed Black leaders have to walk a narrow, in secure line to keep such posi tions. The solution to Black-on Black crime is found in the renewing of Black minds. Any diversions, irregardless of how sincere they may be, only con tribute to the problem. step one toward the solution is to first, let us be honest with ourselves, and the people we hope to lead out of this racist state of hell. ByeC.re OPTICAL CENTER 11620 N. Nebrallca Ave. 972-1020 I I I '1450 I I A PAIR I I Includes Eye Examination I (Most I I OPTOMETRIST NEXT DOOR II I EYE EXAM FOR GLASSES 535 EYE EXAM FOR CONTACTS I 6() FREE Buy One Pair Of Prescription GLASSES Get Second Pair _FREE (Plastic lenses Only) Of!.er Expires 3 /31/ 85 I "0 > 'C"l I.., t -,M t>


. c 'C = < Other recent activities Hammond wedding and worship with club sister, Mrs. Edna Garvin at Mt. Carmel A.M. E. Church. FAMU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION The eighth annual new student preview was held in Tallahassee on March 29th & 30th. The program was designed to offer Secondary and Community College students a first hand look at FAMU's academic programs, administration, faculty, staff, and extra curricula activities. Those in atten dance were Liza Johnson, Monica Oliver, Sutara Long, Carla White, Corey Collins, Grey Catledge, Ron Hornsby, Jennifer Ball, Dedre Joseph, Evangeline Dawson, Hillary Kemp, Sonia Long, Felicia Davis, Wilbert Jones, Antoinette Jackson and Alumni members Phillip Austin, Frances Brown, Wanda Starl ing, Inez Joseph. In addition, the students toured the capitol building and witnessed the Greek Extravanta. Evangeline Dawson was the winner of the raffle She won a color television. Next alumni meeting will be May 8, at Blake-Just cafeteria, 7:30p.m. All FAMUANS are invited. TAMPA DISTR.CT LAYMEN The Tampa District Laymen organization will hold a work shop on Sat., April 27, at Pleasant Chapel A.M.E. Church from 2:30-5 p.m. Everyone is invited. Refreshments will be served. Robert J. is president. THE TAMPA METROPOLITAN CHAPTER Of THE NATIONAL COUNCIL Of NEGRO WOMEN UNITY DAY OBSREVANCE Sunday, At 4:00P.M. ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH 506 Harrison Street ESSIE FEU :.President .. Speaker Propa Spedalisl aad Ed01<111ioaal Con. saiiUI, Florldo Dopart!DHI of Educalloa, Bamou of Adult oad c... onlly Educollon, Participant Will Include: Mazie Evans Doris Reddick, Dora Reeder, JoannaJones Tokley, Rev. S.C Waterford, Maude Long, Bob Gilder, Alberta Blake, Gertrude Ridgell Gloria Davis, Martha Kennedy, Irene Bedford, Ruby French, Geraldine Twine and Minnie Sullivan. ALMA MORRIS, Program Chairper s on .......... _.. BLAKE CLASS OF 1960 The Howard Blake High Class of 1960 class reunion meeting will be held April 30, at the home of Ms. Geraldine Cottman, 13902 E. Fern Ave. May 14, at the American Legion Hall 2504 29th Street, and May 28, the American Legion Hall. All meetings begin at 7 p.m. Please come on and let's get together. Eunice Gipsen is chairman. DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY The Tampa Alumane Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorori ty, Inc. is sponsoring their 3rd annual "Battle of the Greeks". This is a day long "sport-a-thon" designed to encourage f un and friendly competition 11-mongst area Greek Fraternities and Sororities. It is free of charge to the public and they are encouraged to attend : The event will take place at Riverfront Park, 900 N. Boulevard Saturday, April 27th at 9 a.m.-6 p m. Janet Myers is the "Battle of the Greeks" chairperson. Gloridene McNair is the president LES GORENETTES BRIDGE CLUB The April meeting of Les Gorenettes wer.e hosted by Mrs. Essie Feu and Mrs. Emma Green. On April 4th, they met at the lovely home of Essie where they enjoyed a delilcious lunch and played the usual four rounds of bridge. Jean Bolden won first prize, Emma Green won second prize and Florence Greenlee won third prize The traveling prize was awarded to Jessie Artist. At the April 18th meeting Emma's guest enjoyed a delightful seafood lunch. Prizes were given to Essie Feu, first; Mercedes Smith, second; Florence Greenlee, third; and Ann McClinton the traveling prize. On April 13th, Les Gorenettes were invited to join the Elite Bridge Club of St. Petersburg for lunch and bridge at the Spin naker Restaruant on St. Petersburg Beach. The affair was hosted by Mrs. Catherine Benton and Mrs. Johnnie Rose. Les Gorenettes Jean Bolden and Mercedes Smith won first and se cond guest prize, respectively. Les Gorenettes members are: Essie Feu, Jessie Artist, Emma Green, Florence Greenlee, Ann McClinton, Marcia Reddy, Claudia Silas ; Mercedes Smith, and Beatrice Varner. Essie Feu is the president. THE NON PARIELS Mrs. Edna Garvin, 4410-29th Street, will host the Non Panels at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 28. Birthday honorees are: Mrs. Louise Brown and Mrs. Rose M. Hopkins. The last meeting was held ;at the home of Mrs. Louise Brown. After a brief meeting; dinner and cocktails wer e en joyed by all. Mrs. Ozepher Harris was the Happy Birthd ay member. (Continued On Page 9-A) THE MIGi4TY SIP BROTHERS Will Serve You ALL THE SPAGHETTI YOU CAN EATI For Just $4.00 SATURDAY, APRIL 27,. 8 P.M.-12 Midnight At THE ARMETTIA 8&8 TEMPLE 271718th Avenue [2"'a-1921 1 thaiFaith Unitii)!J the world One lieart at a time .-Ccill : 1 ,BIG GOSPEL SINGING PROGRAMI Sunday, April28, 7:30p.M. NIW MACIDONIA M.B.CHUitCH Cor. 34th St. & Delelul Rev Odell Glover, Pastor On Program: The Galatian Singers, Apostolic Gospel Singers, Spiritual Knights, Pilgrim Jubilees, Harmony Winds, And Others. Everyone Is Invited. -Ne,fMount Temple M. B.Churcb 4810 34th Street Rev. N. L. Hagan, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M Evening Worship, J:Jo P.M. NIGHT IN WHITE -Sis Maude Jackson Will Be The Speaker You Are Welcome To Worship With Us. Wed. Night, Prayer Service & Bible Stucly THE 29T,. STREET CHURCH Of CHRIST 3310 29th Street Bible School, 9:45A.M. Worship, 11 AM &6 PM Bible Classes: Sunday, 5 P.M. Monday, 7 P.M. Prayer And Song Service, Wednesday, 7 P.M. THE NO. 2 USHER BO ARD Of PEACE PROGRESSIVE P.B.CHURCH Lake A venue And 28th Street ELDER JOSEPH JEFFERSON Pastor Will Render A MUSIC PROGRAM SAT., APRIL 27, 7:30P.M. Featuring The TRAVELING STARS, PILGRIM JUBILEES, APOSTOLIC GOSPEL SINGERS, HEAVENLY TRUM PETS, McCARTY FAMILY And Other Groups And Choirs Of The THE CHARMETTES, Incorporated Hillsborough County Chapter Tampa, Florida Cordially Invites You To Attend The Charmettes 11th Annual '-__ JUNIOR DEBUTANTE CORONATION On Simday,-April28, 1985-5 P.M. West Tampa Convention Center 3005 W. Columbus Drive, Tampa, Florida Free Admission "CHARM IS THE ESSENCE OF A WOMAN'S POWER" CHINiTA ;;;;.,.;.., ., ... Daughter Of Mr. And Mrs. Frederick (Sandra) Bostick. .. 5th Grader At Miles Elem School. Member, St. Mark M.B. Church. FIFIGLYMPH ... President JUNIOR DEBUTANTES: j ANTIONfmMOOilf ... Daughter Of Mrs. Amanda Moore ... 5th Grader, Cleveland Elemen tary School. ... Church, Faith Temple. ---------. ....... .. ....... 'W ... "'; TAMI NISBITT .. Daughter Of Mr. And Mrs Jesse (Naomi) Nesbitt. ... 7th Grader, Bay Point Middle School. ...Church Affiliation, Baptist MARTHA LARA .. Publicity Chairman 1".


Church Honors Local Leader S > ward Bound at USF, Pro-WISHI\G YOU A fessor Pride has made it possi ble for more than 2,000 high school students to attend a eel lege or university. His pro g ra m at USF is billed as one of the largest and most successful in the United States. HAPPY BIRTHDA. Y MISS ROSE Eastgate Community will honor one of Tampa's most distinguished citizens Sunday, April 28, at its 11 a.m. worship service. F. Pride, director of Project Upward Bound and associate professor of Educa tion at the University of South Florida (USF), will be honored for his _contributions as. educator. author. ad-' 1ninistrator, community leader and humanitarian for more than three decades. A native of South Carolina, Professor Pride earned his undergraduate degree at South Carolina State and his graduate degree at New York's Columbia University. Professor Pride has resided in Tampa all of his adult life and has served in capacities ranging from teacher and social : worker_. to hospital ad ministrator and public school principal at three different levels (elementary, junior high and senior high), to university nrtUPN:rr and administrator, As director of Project UpRecognition for his efforts to improve the quality of life in Tampa has come from USF's Alumni Association, which honored him with its coveted Martin Luther King, Jr. Spirit Award; from the Tampa Urban League, which conferred upon him its Edl}ca tion Award; from the A.M.E. church,, which gave him its National Youth Department Achievement Award; from Boy Scouts of America; and from the Florida Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel, of which he is founder ana president. He is also founder president of The: Florida Council on Elementary Eduqa, tion, of the Southeastern Association of Educational Opportunity Program Person nel, and of the Black Faculty Caucus at USF. He chairs the Welfare Divi sion of Hillsborough County's Hospital and Welfare Board and serves on three Governor appointed committees ---:' the Advisory Conunittee on the Education of in Florida; the State of Florida Comprehensive tfealth'-Plann.,. ing Committee; and the visory Committee, State of Florida Community College Development. AN AFTERNOON IN WHITE AT GREGG TEMPLE AME CHURCH 42nd Street At E. Cayuga SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 4 P.M. Sponsored ly: MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF AREA FOUR OF THE AME CHURCH THIS EVENT IS TO AID REV. KEARNEY IN THE MINISTRY. Participants Are: DORIS ANDER SON, SALLIE HOLMES, FRANCES DAVIS, VANILLA RANDOLPH, MATTIE DAWKINS, MINNIE CHESTNUT, ERNESTINE C. ODOM, FANNIE RODGERS AND FEATURING THE NO. 3 CHOIR OF PLEASANT CHAPEL ojj\.M.E. CHURCH. DARLENE BUTLER, Area Chairman GLADYS FELTON, Asst. Area Chrm. REV. REBECCA KEARNEY .. Pastor and Speaker Tlte Public ls lnvlted. MINYON & FELNICIA Happy Birthday wishes go out to Minyan and Felnicia Williams from their god mothef, Ms. Nikki Williams. _Min yon turned 5 .-years old on April -22 and Felnicia will be 3 years old f\t)ril29th The ; parents of' the two, Alfred-and Char'lotte Williams, will be giving the girls a weekend at Walt Disney World and Sea \Vor!d. -. Along wi. th Happy Birthday wishes (rom their parents, their Mr. and Mig. H.C. (Doris) Williams, Warren imd Betty Pelt, aunt, uncles and cousins sent their lov-e and best wishes. Jasmine Patrice Jackson celebrates her first birthday' April 26. Jasmine is the dimghter of Tarelyn Jackson; goddaughter of Charles (Theresa) Simmons; and granddaughter of Roberta Godwin. She celebrate her He is married to Eva L. Pride, former professor of Study Skills at the University of South Florida and at Hillsborough Community College, and is the father of three children Cheryl Pride Sori;:mo, Sharman !Pride McRae, and Richard Pride, Jr. The special service honoring Professor Pride marks the first in Eastgate's "Profiles in Excellence" series, a program originated by Pastor, Reverend Clark Everett. St. Peter Claver's P. T .A. Sponsors ''GOSPEL-RAMA HOUR" APRIL 26, 1985 At 7:30P.M. At THE ALIEN, 1477 Tampa Park Plaza Program Participants Include: Donation: $3.00 SOUTHERN TONI GOSPEL SINGERS Wilson Family Singers, Victor Copeland, New Mt. Silla Choir No. 4, New Mt. Zion Choir No. 2 Representative, Ernestine C. Odom, Carlton Burgess and Complete Praise and others. Mistress Of Ceremonies MAXINE T. CHISHOLM HIUNLONG. P.R., St. Peter Clanr School party Saturday at McFarland Park with her family and friends. Those wishing her a Happy Birthday include Nina and C .J., god sister and brother. Kiawf."M DEACON H.L. WILLIAMS ... President MRS. PEARL HARRIS ... Reporter PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 24th A venue ) REV. W. F. LEONARD ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Choir No.3 And Usher Board No. 3 Serving. BTU, 5:00P.M. Evening Worship, 6:00P.M. Mid-Week Service & Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30P.M. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 29th Street Pastor Young Glover Sunday Sunday School-9:30A.M. Worship ServicesI I AM-6 :30PM BTU-5:00P. M Tuesday Youth and Adult Prayer Service 7 :00P. M & 8 :00P.M. Thursday Bible Closs-7 :00P.M. Sunday School Teacher's Meeting 7 :00P.M. FRIDAY APRIL 26 8P.M. TAMPA THEATRE RESERVED TICKETS $10 $8 Benefit Of U.N.C.F. Tampa Urban League KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY .. Call2542971 Or l.l92SI4 PEACE PROGRESSIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 2628 E. Lake Avenue Presents The First ANNUAL NIGHT IN WHITE Friday, April 26, at 7:30P.M. ELDER E. J. WILLIAMS Of New Progress M. B. Church Will Be The Speaker Of The Hour. Sis. MAE FANNIE BROWN ... Sponsor Women In Touch With Society (W.I.T.S.) Invites You To Attend Their May Day Dance Frl.1 May 3rd, 5 P.M. Until Cuban Hall Patio 1226 E. 7th Ave. (Across From Blue Ribbon Grocery Store) Donation: $3.00 UNLIMITED GOSPEL EXPRESSIONS Presents In Concert FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY. GOSPEL CHOIR Sunday, April 28, 1985 3:00P.M. Colleg e Hill Church Of God In .Christ 6414 30tli St. N. A Free Concert -For Information Call -------------------------972-3409 248-2790


Phone Yo .ur News 248-1921 THE TAMPA BENEFIT COMMITTEE Of The CARIBBEAN WORLD MISSIONS Will Honor DR. C. C. CARLMAN, Director Of Caribbean World Missions For 20 Years At AN APPRECIATION DINNER FRIDAY, APRIL 26, At 7:30P.M. DR.CARLMAN At NEW PHILADELPHIA M.S. CHURCH 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue The CARIBBEAN HEARTBEAT Will Be Shown While Dining. MRS. HELEN YOUNG, M.C. Mrs. Floyd Hunter, Chairperson Mrs. Barbara Hart, Vice Chairperson Mrs. Estelle Jones, Secretary Mrs. Zelia Morton, Treasurer REV. JAMES M. MARION Host Pastor MIRACLE-FAITH-REVIVALS CHURCH 2901 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa. Fla. 33602 Announces Their Pastor Appreciation Weelc April 29th May 5, 1985 Services At 8:00P.M. Nightly There Will Be All Week Long, Churches Attending Throughout The City t The Public Is Invited. SPONSORED BY EVANGELIST: MARCELlA PARKER Jesus Christ The Healer Part IV 2 Peter 1:1-9 VERSES 3: ACCORDING AS HIS DIVINE POWER HATH GIVEN UNTO US ALL THINGS THAT PERTAIN UNTO LIFE AND GODLINESS THROUGH THE KNOWLEDGE OF HIM THAT HATH. CALLED US TO GLORY AND VIRTUE: WHEREBY ARE GIVEN UNTO US EX CEEDING GREAT AND PRECIOUS PROMISES: THAT BY THESE YE MIGHT BE PARTAKERS OF HIS DI'VINE NATURE HAVING ESCAPED THE CORRUPTION THAT IS IN THE WORLD THROUGH LUST. A. THE WORD "HATH", IS IN THE PAST TENSE. IT HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. B. "ALL THINGS THAT PERTAIN UNTO LIFE AND GODLINESS ... ALL THINGS MEAN PHYSICALLY, SPIRITUAL LY, FINANCIALLY, MATERIALLY ETC. C. EVERY BORN AGAIN BELIEVER IS A PARTAKER OF HIS DIVINE NATURE. 2 CORINTHIANS 5 :17-THEREFORE IF ANY MAN BE IN CHRIST, HE IS A NEW CREATURE (CREATION) OLD THINGS ARE PASS ED AWAY, BEHOLD ALL THINGS ARE BECOME NEW. I. ACCORDING TO STUDY, EVERYTHING IN EXISTENCE, PARTAKE OF THE .SAME NATURE, POWER, ATTRIBUTES AND CHARACTERISTICS THAT BELONG TO ITS PARTICULAR SPECIES. A. THE MOMENT ANYTHING IS BORN, IT HAS CERTAIN POWERS THAT ITS PARENT POSSESSES AND SO IT IS WITH THE FAMILY OF GOD. B : IT WOULD BE CONTRARY TO THE" LAWS OF NATURE FOR MEN WHO ARE BORN OF GOD, TO LIVE AND ACT CONTRARY TO Tilt NATURE OF GOD. THE NATURE OF GOD IS LIFE AND HEALTH, NOT SICKNESS AND DISEASE. ROMANS 8:10-11. II. IT IS UNNATURAL ,OR A CHILD 0' GOD TO at DfFEA TED, IN Bqt!DAGE AND NOT LIVING VICTORIOUSLY. IT IS UNNATURAL FOil CHRISTIANS NOT TO HAVE FAITH IN GOD AND HIS WORD! A. THE WORD OF GOD TELLS US THAT JESUS HIMSELF TOOK OUR INFIRMITIES AND BORE OUR S(CKNESSES. MATTHEW 8:17. HEBREWS 4:15 FOR WE HAVE NOT A HIGH PRIEST WHICH CANNOT BE TOUCHED WITH THE FEELINGS OF OUR INFIR MITIES ... B. DOING WHAT GOD SAID TO DO IS OBEDIENCE. EXPECTING GOD TO DO WHAT HE SAID IS FAITH! C. MOSES STRETCHED OUT THE ROD; GOD PARTED THE WATER. EXODUS 14:15-22. D. NAAMAN DIPPl:D SEVEN TIMES IN THE JORDAN; GOD HEALED HIM OF HIS LEPROSY. 2 KINGS 5:9-14. E. WE LAY HANDS ON THE SICK; GOD BRINGS ABOUT THE HEALING TO THEM. MARK 16:17-18. F. ELDERS ANOINT WITH OIL AND PRAY; GOD RAISES UP THE SICK JAMES 5:14-15. Ill. Wf DO THE SMALL THINGS, GOD DOES THE LARGE THINGSI THE THEOLOGIANS WILL AGREE THAT GOD HAS SEVEN REDEMP TIVE NAMES; AND EACH OF THESE NAMES ARE GIVEN TO REVEAL TO US OUR REDEMPTIVE PRIVILEGES AS A CHILD OF GOD. THE LORD, JEHOVAH RAPHA, IS TRANSLATED, "I AM THY PHYSICIAN, OR I AM THE LORD THAT HEALETH THEE". EXODUS 15:26. MALACHI 3:16 I AM THE LORD, I CHANGE NOT ... NUMBERS 23:19. MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1950 Members of the Middleton High Class of 1950 who attended the called meeting April18 at the home of Rowena Brady were : Marjorie Williams, Carrie Tyson, Dorothy Johnson, Lina Tillman, Marjorie Anderson, Bettye King, J.P. Harris, Robert Scott and Eloise Allen. Plans was finalized for the spring dance, April 26, at the Cuban Hall Patio. The next meeting will be held at the home of Allie McPherson, 83ll Endive, with J.P. Harris as co-host. The birthday celebrant for the month of May is Mary Woodruff, May 2. CITY-WII)E MISSION The City-Wide Mission will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Daisy Green, 1329 Green St., at 12 noon. M. Lewis and Rose Felder at Mrs. Reeder's Retirement Reception. The last meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Lovie Clark, 1553 Main St., with the vice president Mrs. Emma Lee Carpenter presiding. Mrs. Eddies Wilson is the General President; and Mrs. M.P. Williams, Reporter. AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB On Saturday, April 27th, at 7 p.m., the American Beauty Social and Civic Club will hold its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Estelle Greene, 3504-25th Avenue. Plans will be finalized for the coming event. which will be on May 4th at the home of the Business Manager Mrs. Maggie Wooden, 2608 -19th Street. Members will be happy to have their Mrs. Louise Love present with them after a brief confinement in the hospital and at home. She is now do ing nicely. Mrs. Ernestine Davis, Presidept; and Mrs. A. Beatrice Byn nom, Recording Secretary and Publicity Chairperson. INTRA-CITY CLUB The Intra-City Social and Civic Club held their meeting of the mdh'th at the home of Mrs. Mae Jeffers, Riverhills Drive in Temple Terrace and due to circumstances beyond their control, their Annual Raffle due to terminate on April 27, will be drawn on the following Saturday, May 4. ,;,;,..;their f;;tll dance. There was a GEORGE E. EDGECOMB UNICORN very delicious meal served after COMPANY ANTLERD the meeting tiy the hostess. GUARD DIVISION Of The BAY CITY LODGE & TEMPLE Of ELKS Request The Pleasure Of Your Company At Their FIRST ANNUAl. CAPTAIN'S BAI.I. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, From 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. Champagne Hour 9 P.M. to 10 P.M. ELKS HOME, 2804 E. Columbus Drive Semi-Formal Donation: $5.00 Lonzo Williams, Jr., Company Commander. THE GORDONAIRES Will Host A MUSICAL PROGRAM For THE PASTOR'S AID CLUB At THE HOUSf OF GOD CHURCH 2909 29th Street APRIL 27, 1985 At 7:30P.M. ELDER MANNING, Pastor SIS. CATHERINE GORDON, M.C. Groups: GORDONAIRES, WILSO.N FAMILY, SPRING HILL MALE CHORUS, DIXONAIRES, MANNING FAMILY, EDDISON STARLITES, HEAVENLY TRUMPETS, PALM RIVER YOUTH CHOIR, BRO. BEN GORDON CHOIR, BRO. COCKRAN, FIRST CORINTHIANS YOUTH CHOIR, HOUSE OF GOD CHOIR, And Many More. A DINNER SALE SATURDAY, APRIL 27, From 1 J A.M. to. 6 P.M. At ;1912 E. Louisiana Avenue Sponsored By THf NIW PROGRESS MASS CHOIR SIS. ALICE GRIER, Praident REV. E. J. WILLIAMS, SR., Pastor Menu: Stew Meal, Chicken, Collard GreeJIS, Striag Beans, Potato Salad Rice, Cake And Pies. DONATION: $3.50 Telephone: 238 'orO.II-ry THf BROWN SUDDIIS SOCIAL CLUB M. C. WILDER, President Invites You To Join Them On A CRUIU To The CARIBBEAN And MEXICO For One Full Week Of Fun FIRST MT. CARMEl. A.M.E. CHURCH 4406 Uth Street REV. E. R. WILLIAMS Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 5:30PM Bible Study, Thursday, 7:30P.M. NfWBETHEL A.M;f. CHURCH 915 E. Okaloosa Street Sulphur Springs ANNUAl. FELLOWSHIP DAY April 28, 1985 llA.M. Speaker CLARETHA CHRISTOPHER 3 P.M. MUSIC PI'OfrGm Rev. B. F Harrell Pastor MUSICAL MAY 5, 1985 At 7:30P.M. NORfHSIDf M.B. CHURCH 5706 North 40th Street Featurtn g Tbe NORTHSIDE CHOIR NO. I, HOLY PROPHETEERS Of Bartow, And Other Groups Of The City Are In vlted. .. ... I r. -1:1"


. c ., c < IN THE : SPOTLIGHT ANGELA PIMENTO This is Angela Pimento, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Alvin Pimento, and member of Mt. Sinai A.M.E. Zion Church. Angela's plans for the future is to attend Clark College to major in the field of criminal justice. Her career goal is to become a lawyer. This lovely Scorpio is 17-years-old, stands 5'4", and enjoys cheerleading, swimming, and reading. Angela's philosophy of life is: "In order to progress in life, one must strive to help others along the way. Helping others is one of the reasons for our existence. '' Angela is attraced to a man who is honest, ambitious, and one who knows how to treat a lady. Her favorite star is Eddie Murphy. FIRST UNION M. 8. CHURCH 3707 E. Chelsea Invites You To Come And Help Us Celebrate The Culmination Of Our FUND RAISING DRIVE SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1985 Of Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church SCOTT ... 3:00p.m Speaker ... Fund Raisin& Chairman BRO. EARL MOSLEY, Co-Chairman SIS. ANNIE E. BOGAN, Reporter ELDER C. J. LONG, Pastor GREATER BETHEl. BAPTIST CHURCH fLORAl. And BEAUTIFICATION CLUB Observes TWENTY -fOURTH ANNIVERSARY Sunday, April28, 1985 at 4:00P.M. At The thurch, 808 Short Emory Theme: "Christian Women Working For Christ In Unity." REV. OSCAR JOHNSON, JR. ... Pastor REV. H. C. WILKENS ... Speaker -The Public Is Cordially Invited To Attend. SIS. DOROTHY WILLIAMS, President SIS. ALBERTHA NELSON, Chairman M.S. Church 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship (1st Sun.), 5:30P.M. Prayer & Bible Class, Tues., 7:30P.M. 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24th Avenue o/ Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Wonhlp Service, 11:00 A.M. ._ Evenlna Service, 7:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W., Fri., 7:30P.M. Wanted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. 689-3023 Or 247-1037 GRACI MARY M.S. CHURCH 390t'37th Street r -\. all l ELDER THOMAS J. REED ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Service, II A.M. Evening Service, 5:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Service, II A.M. BAPTISM Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. REHEARSALS: Youth, Tues., 6 P.M; No.2, Tues., 7:30; No. 1 & Young Adults, Wed., 8 P.M. IBINIZIR M. 8. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street REV. EZELL BERRIEN ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. MISSION DAY MRS. GLADYS CREWS II A.M. Speaker Evening Worship, 6:30PM Bible Study /Prayer, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OfGOD IN CHRIST ..Pastor Sunday School, 9:30 A M Morning Worship, 11: 00 A.M. Y.P.W.W .. 5 :30P.M .. Worship, 7:00P. M Tues. & Fri., Mrviceo 7:00 CHURCH OF 1312 W Nassau Street Tampa. Fla 33607 DAVIl> ATKISON, SUNDAY: Bible Study, 10 A.M. & 5 P.M. Worship, II A.M. & 6 P.M. TUESDAY: LadiesStudy. IOA,.M. RegularStudy, 7:30P.M. 'THURSDAY: Song Mrvice & Prayer Meeting 7:30P.M. LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN CfNTIR Palm River Recreation Center 58th St. And Palm River Rd PASTOR CLYDE F. BOULER Praise & Worship ServiceII AM Faith & Deliverance Service -6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Worship Experience. Radio Ministry Each Saturday At 1:15 P.M. On WCBF (1010 AM). FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4202 Palmetto Street I ELDER J. A. STEPHENS ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Each Sunday Mornjng Service, I I 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. MORNING GLORY M.S. CHURCH 7510 N. 40th Street REV. P L. HUMPHREY ... Pastor School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. The Public Is Invited NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 405 North REV. JASPER P. SAUNDERS ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Worship, 7 P.M. Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Thursdll)', 7 P.M. GREA' I 'I-:R t'RIENDSHIP M H CHURCH 441 : J :J5th Street REV. M. MURRAY .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M Evening Worship, 5 P,.M Prayer Meeting, Tuesday, 7 :30P.M. Visitors Are Welcome FIRST UNION MB CHURCH 3707 E. Chelsea ... Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 6 P.M. Prayer-Bible Study, Wed., 7P.M. NIW CANAAN M.S. CHURCH PRISON CRUSADE BUILDING 29th Street & 21st Avenue 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 fVfNING STAR TA81RNACU BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Paris C. H. SHEP.PARD ... Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Service, II A.M. Night Servic'e, 6 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Thurs. 7 P.M.


SAINT NURSES GUILD SPONSORS PEW RALLY 2628 27th Avenue Tampa, Florida Rev. James H. Howell, Pastor Mrs. Ruby Williams, RN, President SUHDA Y, APRIL 28, J98.5 At 3 P.M. SPIAKIR MRS. VERONICA FUNG Of Orlando President, Progressive And Baptist Nurses Corps, Auxiliary To The Progressive Missionary And Educatio"al Baptist State Convention Of Florida. Program Chairmen MRS. 8fRNfLL BROWN And MRS. HILL ST. CLAIR first Mt. Carmel A.M.I. Church 4406 N. 26th St. & Chelsea Choir No. I Will Observe Their Anniversary Sunday, Aprll28, J985 3:00P.M. Mistress of Ceremony Sis. MARY MAY Devotion Dea. JOHNNY BROWN Various Choirs And Groups Of The City Will Be On Program. Come Out And Help Us Lift The Name Of Jesus In Songs. REV. E. R. WILLIAMS, Pastor BRO. E ; V. GRIFFIN, Pres. 1EA AND FASHIONE11E SATURDA Y.NIGHT, APRIL 27, from 6 To JO P.M. ST. MATTHEW CHILD DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER Lake Avenue & 39th Street 'Given By THI RIADY TRA VILIRS CLUB MABEL VICKERS, President CAROL REED, Business Manager Everyone Is Invited Come See The Latest Fashions. THI YOUTH ACHIIVIRS Of ST. MA TTHIW BAPTIST CHURCH Sponsor A On SATURDAY, APRIL 27, Beginning At The Church, Corner Of 27th Avenue & 28th Street, and ENDING AT THE ST. MATIHEW CHILD DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER. DONATION: :50C Registration Time Is 8:00A.M. Everyone Is Invited To Walk. Refreshments Served. REV. J. H. HOWELL, Pastor NEW PROGRESS M. B. CHURCH 3307 E. Shitdowlawn .Ave. UNIONIZED ANNIVERSARY CELEBR.ATION "The Pastor, Officers, Directors, Chairmen And Members Of The Various Auxiliaries Cordially Invite The Public To Attend Their Annual Unionized Anniversary. REV. E. J. WILLIAMS ... Pastor SUNDAY, APRIL 25, At 3:00P.M. This Program Is Exempleary Of A United Celebration In Qonor Of The Respective Anniversary Of Each Auxiliary Of The Church. ANNIVERSARY SIRMON By REV. WILLIE BILLUI ... Pastor Of Grace Mary M.B. Church Of St. Petersburg Our Guest Dinner Will Be Served In The Annex After Service. .. 1HE WEE BANKERS SOCIAL CLU8 Presents ANNUAL PRE-M01HER'S''DA Y TEA SUNDAY, APRIL 28, From 4 To 7 P.M. At TYER TEMPLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Corner Of Ross And Central A venue MRS. BERTHA DUNCAN ... President i ... Mistress Of Ceremonies Guest Speaker: MRS EMMA TYLER Music For Your Pleasure By: THE WHITE ROBE CHOIR, And THE CUBELL JOHNSON CHOIR. Gifts For The Fitst Ten Mothers, And For The Youngest Anti Oldest Mothers In Attendance. Don't Miss This Annual Event. MARRIAGE LICENSES ___ Richard Maurice Magby, 22, Tampa, and Sheryl Marcella Jefferson, 18, Seff ner. James Henry, Jr., 18, Tam pa, and Genifer Lakatier Lee, 16, Tampa. Gary Coston, 46, Tampa, and Ruby Mae Brown, 47, Tampa. Floyd Russell Singleton, 25, Plant City, and Melissa Renea Sykes, 20, Plant City. Leslie Dugan, 45, Tampa, and Andrielle Dawn Brownlee, 42, Brooklyll, New York. Raphael Lorelus, 34, Pfl, and Lucille Robinson, Tampa. J9hnny C. Williams, 32, tampa, and Eleida Martha Mujica, 27, Tampa. Remington Shepard .... Tampa, and Linda Lee INSTALLATION SERVICE Cardy, 30, Tampa FOR Nathaniel Carstarphen, -Jr., 37, Tampa, and The Rev. McFADDEN At FAITH TEMPLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 602 E. Palm Avenue Rev. G. E. Edwards And St. Matthews B. Church Will Be In Charge Of The Entire Se"ice. Elizabeth Luster, 36, Tampa. Chris YgnaCio Valdez, Ill, I 24, Tampa, and Yvette Carlange Hudson, 21, Tampa. Charles Anthony Miyawa, 25, Clearwater, and Edith Nadine Dowell, 24, water. Michael Aaron Lanier, 30, Tampa, and Beverly Janelle Ellis, 22, Tampa Seymour Augustus McLean, 23, Tampa, Faye Scott, 23, pa. Hugh Lloyd Willis, 38, Tampa, and Rovenia Darnitha Dallas, 40, Tampa. Cleophat Louis, 26, .Tampa, and Cynthia Williams, 27, Tampa. Hubert Lee Blackmon, 36, .,... _______________ --------'"" Tampa, and Beatrice Adams, "Oh, Come Make A Joyful Noise Unto The 43 Tampa. Alfred Bernard Douze, 28, Lord". Tampa, and Anita Larraine Along With Ledbetter, 35, Tampa. THE NEW MT. ZION Claude Oliver, 34, Tampa, and Katie Mae Dixon, 44, YOUNGADULTCHOIR Tampa. In Their Kenneth Ray Bentley, 27, Smyrna, aild Deidre "U.S.A. TO Marie Young, 23, Tampa. AFRICA'' Olimpo Bravo, 27, .Tampa, and Denise Lauretta Faison, 27, Tampa. MUSICAL Jean Claude Bellhomme, APRIL 28,3:00 P.M., At The Church 2511 East Columbus Drive A Brief Speech By DR. NOLA ALLEN, Professor, U.S.F. Guest Soloist: MRS. JANICE NUNN NILSON Guest Choirs: U.S.F. Gospel Choir, Edwin Hawkins Seminar Choir Romero Watson And Co., True Inspirations, Manning Singers, New Bethei Baptist Young Adults, St. Matthew Young Adults, Peace Baptist Young Adults, Macedonia Teenage Choir, New Mt; Zion Young Adults. BRO. CARL A. COLE, Coordinator 34, Tampil, and Jean Ann Henton, 25, Ta!Dpa. Norberto 1\ndrades, 22, Plant City, and Twanda Elaine McKenzie, 27, Plant City. wtttie Frank Givens, 35, Tampa, and Wanda Yvette Blue, 23, Tampa. Leon Fletcher, 37, Tampa, and Felida Bertha Filmore, ._ __________ ..._ ____ ;.;;..__,....,.. ____ ..... 25_._ -Tampa THE UNITED GOSPEL MOVEMENT Host THE JACKSON SOUTHERN AIRS of Jackson, Mississippi Sunday, Aprll28 At 3:00P.M. At THI ARMITTIA B&8 TIMPLI 2717 18th Avenue Along With Local Talent: THE PILGRIM JUBILEES And THE SWEET ANGELS DONA TIQN: $6<00 All Tickets At The Door. Tuae In To W.C.B.F. -1010 A.M. From 2:30 to 3:30P.M., Every Sunday Afternoon. HOLY GHOST REVIVAL With EVANGELIST MARCILLA PARKER APRIL 2.5, J98.5 At 7:30P.M., Nightly At GRIATIR fAITH TIMPLI Cor. 15th Ave. & 21th Street PROPHET R. HOWARD Founder The Public Is Invited City-Wide Choir. Union No.2 Convenes Sunday, April is, 2:45P.M. ST. LUKI A.M.I. CHURCH 25th St. & 17th Ave. Rev. C. D. Dixon, Pastor DEACON VIRGIL BROOKS President ALICE MITCHELL, Reporter : > = c. ::::!. 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Lily tes Open The 50th Anniversary Con-Church, 1225 Nebraska vention of the Grand Avenue. Elder Clarence War Assembly of the Lily White ren, the gave the Security Benefit Association eulogy. Music was by Mt. opened with the Lodge of SorMoriah No 3 Choir, and the row Wednesday night at 1'4t. No 1 Usher Board served. Moriah Primitive Baptis t Lee Ann Cummings and Rosa Lee Mobley. I j, ..... -. Convention Of The Grand Assembly The invocation was by Noah Hunter, Grand Chaplain. Scripture was read by Elder Hardy Lovett, associate pastor of Mt. Moriah P .B. Church. Junior members, with the assistance of Mrs. Eura Lee Adams, Mrs. Rossie George and Mrs. Mary Bunch, per the ceremony of plac ing a white flower on a wreath in memory of each Lily White .... .. .. ..... member who died since the 1984 Grand The announcements and in troduction of grand officers were made by C. Blythe An drews, Jr, ., the Grand Presi dent.


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I) Wll !Hl ---. II'-?\ '(:,. 7 J(lJ ci\ /" RANDOLPH ...... .. Sheffield Another Major Leaguer? Billy Reed has some of the best baseball teams among high schools in the State _of Florida year aftel" year. In ad dition to Reed being a good Coach, a lot of the success of the Hillsborough High School is due to the continuous flow of talent that comes from the unlimited and unrestdct well of talent being molded in the Belmont Heights Little League. This year's Terrier team was not one of the more talented teams Coach Reed has had, they were still winners. Why shouldn't they be win ners. They had one of the most talented and one of the most versatile baseball players in the state in one Gary Sheffield. Gary too is a product of the Heights Little League pro gram. When Gary was nine years old, the people from the Heights kriew then that he was c something special. Gary was already better than many "C players who were years older ...:! than he. At that age, Gary was .__ ..... U,J .. .,., several positions and with the greatest of ease. = The stardom ti:tat could have been Sheffield's at Belt mont Heights came only in il> fleeting glances. There were those who said the youngster "C had a "head problem" that .= came out in the form of a bad attitude. There was a rieed to :c = correct Gary's disposition, of=. ficials of the League said. c:: After a year's suspension, i Sheffield came back to = establish himself as one of the I = c:Q 's premiere players. ..:. From Belmont Heights, Shef1. field moved on to t c:: Hillsborough High where he has established himself as one of the top baseball players at school and in the Western < I Conference. Gary is still developing as a baseball Over the season, the 16-year-old I lth grader com a 3-1 record as a pitcher batting .462, the 3rd best in the conference. In addition, young Sheffield batted in 30 runs and lost seven baseballs somewhere beyond the playing fie1d. Sheffield has one more year at Hillsborough to iin prove :on his statistics. The1e is_ no doubt that Shef field is cut out of the material that Qtajor leaguers are made of.! I Sheffield can't follow Gooden as pitcher in Leagues, then y his red hot bat or hts y talents in the field will open some doors for him. Gary throws ihe fastball as a pitcher, but he does not have the smoke of former Belmont Heights Little -Leaguer Gooden. He gets the job done season, the Terrier star 40 innings, gave up 27 hits, walked 25 and struck out 53. His earn run average was a very good 2.03. Between now and next season, Gary Shef field will get bigger, stronger and better. All the youngster has to do is concentrate on his game, keep his head together and one day the annduncer at a Major League ball park will blare out, "Gary Sheffield from Tampa, Florida." Lakers Back In Stride Again The Los Aflgeles Lakers are back in stride again. They are playing like they did in their, world championship days. Kareem Abdul Jabbar is play ing with as much enthusiasm as he did ten years ago. It is as if Jabbar wants to win one more championship before he hangs up his tennis shoes. Magic Johnson, the highest paid NBA player, is smiling and playing with that relaxed, fun-loving style that has become his trademark. He is moving the ball up and down the couit and doing what he needs to do to help the Lakers win. James Worthy has finally matured to the point where he has become a fixture in the Lakers' lineup Worthy is on the verge of becoming a super star N BA player and one who the Lakers can depend on in crucial situations. Michael Cooper, Kurt Rambis, Bob McAdoo, and the rest of the Lakers are playing their supporting roles as well. The way the Lakers are playing: any one of them can hurt you and beat you on any given night. The Lakers finish ed the season with a division championship. In the first round of the NBA playoffs, the Lakers demolished the Phoenix Suns in three games to end any championship hopes of Phoenix. The surprise team in the NBA this year is the Cleveland Cavaliers. This is the first time in five years the Cleveland group has not finished dead last in the NBA. The Cavaliers are in the playoffs this year, and have drawn the Boston. Celtics in the first round. The Cavaliers have demonstrated that they care very little about the Celtics. The Cleveland team, led by World B. Free, piayed the President Ronald The entire incident started when in one and one pTnt in the otl;ter. The Cavs beat the Celtics in game three in Cleveland. Even though the Cavaliers have played well, the Celtics are too much. In the end, the Boston Celtics will Tampa Athletes Of Yesteryear. B\' C. BL \'THE ANDREWS, III (A Weekly Series) Ernestine Davis: A National Track Star I As far as I'm concerned, in this world you've got to be good, because nothing else is accepted or worth the price of admission. The mere fact of being good and knowing it, is a talent athletes discover early in life. These people are con sidered to be naturals. Ernestine Davis was one of those athletes who was good, and knew it. She was one of the fastest runners ever to come out. of Florida during her King High years from 1975-77. Ernestine never had to work hard to 'be successful in track. She was a natural born track star. "I thought (locally), could beat rtie I kp _ew I was the fastest wdman in Hillsborough said. Ernest10e' s acc,om. plishments in her career astounding. She ra:n 100 yard dash in .10.5 seconds, the 220 yard dash in 23.5 seconds, and the 440 yard dash in 55.4 seconds. Those track times for a woman athlete were considered to be very ERNEsTINE DAVIS and neck all the way to the ri bon. She beat me with a track lean across the ribbon in both the 100 and 220 yards dashes. .E;:ven though I lost the race, I enjoyed being pushed to the limit. I eventually won the 440 yard dash," recalls Ernestine. Ernestine and Chandra cepted scholarships to Tennessee 'state after tion in 1977. The two stars, and Brenda put the Tennessee State Tigerbelles on the map. Their team won practically every meet in college. Ernestine ran the 400 meters, mile relay, and fast. the sprint relay. For four conDuring her high school secutive years, the Tigerbelles career, Ernestine never lost a won the U.S.A. Indoor Narace (ldtally), whether she partional Track Championship at t!9J$ted in the 440 relay, or Madisop Square Garden. The' mile relay, she never felt Tigerbelles set numerous. the agony of defeat. Ernestine records: the 640 relay team set admitted she finally lost a race a new world record at the in in the state rpeet against Chandpor championship with the dra Cheesebprough, her future team consisting of Chandra college rooinmate and track Cheese borough, Ernestine teammate. "Chandra Davis, Cheryl Pernell, and Cheeseborough was a very Judith Pollion; the mile relay strong runner. We were neck (Continued On At the Penn Relays Tigerbelles: Chandra Cheeseborough, Cathy McMillian, Ernestine Davis and Deborah Jones. FOR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES RENDERED COURTEOUSLY, EFFICIENTLY AND CONFIDENT/ALLY, CONTACT THE LAW OFFICES OF FRED 1.. BUCKINE. AND CAROL;YN. J. HOUSE PERSONAL INJURIES WRONGFUL DEATHS PROBATE AND CRIMINAL 518 NORTH TAMPA STREET, SUITE 203 TAMPA, FLA. 33601 (813} 223-2044


, '"' l 1, I o 1 o _. : -, t _,_ .o o Biggs: i'II_ Bring Excitement To Boxing CORPUS CHRISTI Heavyweight Tyrell Biggs, in his first fight since completing 'an alcohol and drug rehabilitation program, predicts he's go ing to bring excitement back into boxing. The 22S.:pound Biggs bat ,tered Mike Perkins (15-8-1) and scored a TKO at 2:50 of the first round Saturday. It was Biggs' second straight win since turning pro. Perkins, 206, the bell with a hard left that s ent the superheavyweight gold medalist to the ropes. But Biggs came back with com binations to the head and body. Perkins took a standing eight count and the referee stopped the bout after he began staggering. The crowd cheered for Biggs, not known for his knockout technique. "I'm going to bring some -TYRELL BIGGS excitement back into boxing," Biggs said after the scheduled six-rqunder. "When I hit some of those body shots, I knew I was affecting (Perkins)." But Biggs said he has been working on a new style. 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Tampa, FL 33610 Also on the card, light heavyweight Evander Holyfield, a bronze medalist, remained undefeated (4-0) with a second-round TKO over Mark Rivera (169, 13-2), whotook two standing eight counts before the ref stopped it when he hit the can vas the third time. An d li'ghtweight Pernell Whitaker (4-0), 136, a gold medalist, scored a unanimous six-round decision over Nicky Parker (13-5-1), 1324Y2. Biggs, who completed a 21-day drug and alcohol rehabilitation program Jan. 19, said he wanted to put his past behind him. St. Pete Mayor And Buc Football Star Team-Up ST. PETERSBURG, Fl.Mayor E.L. Cole, Jr. and Tampa Bay Buccaneer's star running back, James Owens, will team-up to help kick-off a countywide Volunteer Fair, Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Heritage Park, 11909. 125th Street N., in Largo. The fair, sponsored by Heritage Park, Volunteer Directors Association of Pinellas County and the City of St. Petersburg, is in recognition of National Volunteer Week, April 22-28. The event, which is free and open to the public, will feature exhibits, tours oJ houses in the park, entertainment and food. There also will be a variety of music and clown and minstrel troups wandering amid the fairgrounds. 248-1921' -''The Black Voter: A Crucial Link In Making Florida A True Two Party State'' Over the past century the Democratic Party has dominated government throughout the State of Florida with few exceptions; however, the tide is rapidly turning. The wave of the future clearly points to the Republican Party as the party of today and of the foreseeable future. Strong speculation has it that the next Governor of the State of Florida will be Republican. He may be a Democrat-turnedRepublican or an old line Republican but he will enter the Gover nor's Office under the Republican banner. I To theb die-hard hBiack Democdrat lfoyhalist living1 in Tamp11a, this / / means eing on t e wrong si e o t e party ine at a three levels of government--local. state, and federal. Black people must immediately join the Republican Party in great nurnbers to have a voice in making decisions that effect us and to make sure that the b4!tst decisions _ore being mode for us. We can nat stand idle and allow our full participation, as Black Americans, to be limited by party politics. To have a visible role and a legitimate voice in political decisions, Black people must be a visible and legitimate port of the party in control. Black voters must not add to the polarization and alienation of themselves by voluntarily segregating themselves into the Democratic Party. Black people have desegregated everything else, now is the time to desegregate the Republican Party. Democrats -Independents -Republicans YOUCANANDSHOULDVOTE ,FOR LEONARD CAMPBELL, JR. District 3 County Commissioner (R) Leon Spinks Returns 1 o 'Correct Mistakes' DETROIT It was just after 3 p.m. on a drab, wintry day when the door to the Kronk Gym swung open and Leon Spinks strode in, flashing his famous gap toothed smile, his top teeth so far apart they reminded you more of a 7-10 split in bowling. Inside this small room, about the size of a school classroom, that has become famous as the home Of cham pion fighters Themas Hearns, Hilmer Kentry and Milton Mc Crory, it was sweltering in the 90s, so hot the door handles burned your hand. Dave Collins, an aging mid dleweight who now trains Spinks, the former Olympic gold medalist and heavyweight champion, glanced at his watch, smirked and nodded to himself as Spinks entered. Spinks, who has been known for having an unusual body clock, to say the least, almost a half-hour early for his training session for his next fight, April 9 in Miami. That's not what is new about the kid who went from being a weak, asthmatic youngster in one of the worst ghettos in the nation to beating Muhammad Ali for the world heavyweight cham. pionship to an existence that became a national joke. As Spinks, who stfll has a mustache and straggly whiskers that approximate a beard, stripped off his blue sweatshirt and dungaree coveralls, a gold figurine with a raised image of Jesus dangl ed from a chain arourid his WoQlen's Softball Tournament The third annual women's neck. Spinks grabbed at it un" consciously before starting his work on the heavy bag. Just a week after his first fight in almost to years a fourth-round knockout of Lupe Guerra in Detroit Feb. 21 Spinks had not only finally found a clock. The man who for couldn't find his driver's license has also found God. "I've finally got good peo ple behind me, and I've got God on my side," Spinks said during a break in his workout, his voice still producing those familiar gutteral sounds of his St. Louis youth. "Everything I do now is for Him. "My goal now is to try to make it back so I can correct all the mistakes I made." He referred loosely to his parade of arrests, from drug posses sion to so many traffic viola tions that he became more famous than A.J. Foyt behind the wheel. "The problem is yo\1 get out there in the fast lane and you forget God," said Spinks, a man raised with his six brothers and sisters by a deeply religious mother who always carried a Bible with her wbile Leon just carried on. "I started living a wild life, women, drugs, all that stuff. I did a lot of things wrong. It's like I had no responsibility at all. "But see what happened? God put me on my back. He made me think about Him again. He got me there when I was on top, and the only way to get back was to follow His word. I know now I'm here for a reason. Basketball Benefit softball tournament sponsored The Tampa Organization of by Moses Knott, Jr. will be Black Affairs (TOBA) and the held this weekend, April Tampa Bay Buccaneers will 27-28, at Dick Greco Park. challenge each other Saturday Games on Saturday and Sunat 8 p. m. in a benefit basket day begin at 9 a. m. with the ball game. finals beginning at 1 p. m. The game, to be played at Sunday. Community Moses Knott, .Jr. said 16 College Dale Mabry Campus, teams frdin throughout the will benefit little Bobby Nor state have already signed up man who is in need of a new for the tournament. Among liver events have been those who are prepared to play held to raise money so are: the Zanderetts of that the-yqungster will be able Apopka, Orlando Hustlers, to get the lixer. There is an adSilver Streaks of Tampa mission fee: .. 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. c ""C c::: < Ribbs Rides For Indy 500 WILLIE T. RIBBS Californian Willie T. Ribbs will try to become the first black driver to compete in the Indianapolis 500. Ribbs, 29, Zina Garrison Makes Quick Improvement AMELIA ISLAND Pro tennis player Zina Garrison been compared to the best Martina Navratilova. "Zina's the fastest player on the tour,'' said Han a Mandlikova. "Faster even than Martina." Sunday, Garrison's career took a swift jump with her 6-4, upset of Chris Evert Lloyd the final of the $250,000 Surikist Women Tennis Association Championships at Amelia Island. She says diet and on-court c6ntrol of her temper have imrrn., .. t1 her game. "It's more mental than physical. I feel better inside." -. Ernestine Davis: (Continued From Page 18-A) team of Davis; Pollion, Cheeseborough, and Deborah Jones set a Penn relay record in Philadelphia. Other team and individual records were broken by the Tigerbelles. Currently, the Sociology graduate plans to get in shape to compete on the national level. When asked if she still i have the talent to participate, Ernestine replied, "It was a gift from God for me to ,be able to run fast. Besides, Valerie Brisco-Hooks off running for a long time. She had a few kids, then returned to win three gold medals in the Olympics. If I can get a spon sor, I will compete on the na tional level once again," she concluded. NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNOA YS 8 P.M. MATINEES, MON., WED., SAT. 12:45 IVO M I N O R S ,MUS f RF 1 8 DINE AT DERBY CLUB DERBY LANE ST. PETERSBURG 1980. Ford Mustang Color blue. Stock No 2074. 4 speed, 4 cyt. Cassette. WAS $2995 Sale Price $2580 1982 Cutlass Sedan Color Bue. Stock No. J613. Full power. V6, Automatic. Was $8995. hie Price $6482 Joaquin Andujar and the St. Louis Cardinals-5-1. Goodeq, who went 23 scoreless innings, gave up four hits, two run ,s, and three walks. He struckout three batters. Larry Holmes is scheduled to fight Carl "The Truth" Williams in a 15 round Inter national Boxing Federation title bout. The fight will be televised on NBC May 20 at 9 p.m. EDT. To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial Cliff Robinson scored 21 points to ignite the Washington Bullets past the Philadelphia 76ers 118-100 Wednesday night to move the series to Game 4 Friday night. The Sixers lead the series 2-1. 248-2825 or 248-3033 Larry Bird scored 34 points to end the Cleveland Caviliers 1979 Mercury Cougar Xrt hard top Color white Stock. No. R6o6. Automatic V8, air power radio. Was $3995. Sale Price 1979 Ford Granada Sedan. Color maroon Stock No R1052. Automatic, va, air, power radio WAS$2995. Sale Price $2979 $2679 1982 Dodge Aries Sedan. Color blue. Stock No. 2096. Automatic 4 cyl. air, power, radio. WAS $4595. Sale Price $4382 1981 Chevy Malibu Sedan. Color beige. Stock No. J601, Automatic, V6, Air, Power. AM/FM Cass WAS $4995 Sale Price $4481 1978 Chevy Monte Carlo Landau Automatic, V8,air, power, tape Color blue Stock -2063. WAs $2995 Sale Price $2778 1.981 Chev.y Camero Z28. Color brown. stock J639. Automatic, V8, air, AM/FM WAs $6995 Sale Price $6581 hopes of advancing in the playoffs. The Caviliers missed three shots of winning or tying the score in the final seconds. The Celtics won the game 117-115. The Portland beat the Dallas 115-113 to meet the Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference semi-finals Satur day in Los Angeles. New Orleans Saints running back George Rogers was trad ed to the Washington Red skins. The Redskins will give up a No. 1 pick for Rogers. MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM 1977 For LTD Landau Color brown. Stock E1009 Automatic, V8, air, power, cassette. Was$1995. Sale Price $167 7 1980 Buick LeSabre 2 Dr. Color blue. Stock E1096 V6, a u t o m at i c a i r power, AM/FM & WASS4995 S.lePrlce $4480 TAKE THE RENAULT I Jeep BUYER'S CHALLENGE! SCHULSTAD MOTORS GET TO KNOW THE PEOPLE WHO KNOW CARS AT Your AMCRENAUL T JEEP Dealer 700 N. Dale Mabry 877-5875 JUST 3 Bl! AUTOS IN TAMPA SINCE 1935


AIKENS LOCKETT, MRS. ESSIE MAE Funeral services for Mrs. Essie Mae Lockett, of 806 E. Palm Ave., who passed away, Tuesday, April 23, will be held Saturday, April 27, at 11 A.M. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel,. with Rev. Clarence Warren officiating. Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Lockett was a native of Campville, Florida and a resi dent of Tampa for o.ver SO years. She was a member of Mt. Moriah P .B. Church. Mrs. Lockett was a retired beautician. Survivors are: a devoted daughter, Shirlene Cambridge and husband, Lawrence of Tampa; a son, ph Lockett and wife, Ruth of Tampa; a devoted friend, Mr. James Richard Carson of Tampa; 2 grandsons, Roderick Cambridge and Eric Lockett, both of Tampa; 3 granddaughters, Rita Cam bridge, Karen Lockett and Lisa Jones, all of Tampa; 1 great granddaughter; Lakeisha Haynes of Tampa; 1 brother, Roscoe Tolbert of Tampa; 1 brother-in-law, Rev: Hardy Lovett of Tampa; 6 nephews, Rev. James Lovett and wife, Charlene of Miami, Johnnie Lovett of Cincinnati, Ohio, George Williams and wife, Georgia of Fargo, GA, Rudy Tolbert, Windell Robinson, David Tolbert and Elijah Tolbert, all of Tampa; 9 nieces, Roberta Willis of MacRae, GA, Beatrice Lewter, Carolyn Tolbert, Rosemary Williams and hus band, Otis, and Johnnie Mae, all of Tampa, Carrie Boat wright of Fernandina, FL, Everlina Williams and hus 'band, Paul of Orlando, Roberta Field, and Marie; a host of grand nieces, grand nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends among whom are: Linda Bivens, Renee Taylor, both of Tampa, and Nathaniel Dav. is of Gainesville, FL. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from S to 9 P.M. this evening. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3202 E. Jean St. AIKENS FUNERAL HOM[ Cor. Buffalo Ave. 4 l8tb St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service YOUNG, MRS. HAZAEL Funeral services for Mrs. Hazael Young, of 4025 S. Pine St., Seffner, who passed away Sunday, April 21, will be held Saturday, April 27th at 12:30 P.M. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, with the pastor, Rev. Young Glover, officiating. Interment will be in the Mayberry Cemetery. MALPHUS, MR. HER-Mrs. Young was a 1_1ative of CULES Funeral services Mango, FL and attended the for Mr. Hercules Malphus, of public schools of Hillsborough 4608-42nd St., who passed County. She was a member of away Wednesday, April 17, First Baptist Churh of College will be held Saturday, April 27 Hill and the owner of Young's at 3:30 P.M. at Highland Nursery. She leaves to lament Avenue Church of Christ, her homegoing: 4 sisters, with the pastor, Bro. Louis R. Flossie Armwood, Nellie Iver Lugo, officiating. Interment son, Hattie Thomas, and will be in the Memorial Park Lulah Belcher; 1 brother, Cemetery. Mr. Malphus was a Thorton Thomas and wife, native of Key West, and a resi-Retha; 2 devoted great dent of Tampa for many nephews, Mark Washington years. He was a member o( and Edward Washington, Jr.; Highland Avenue Church of 1 devoted great niece, Michelle Christ. He leaves to mourn his Washington; 1 aunt, Mrs. passing: a devoted wife, Ida Harriet Thompson; 6 nieces; Mae Malphus; 1 devoted son, 10 nephews; and a host of Willie Bass; 2 devoted other bereaved relatives and daughters, Denise Holloway friends. The remains will and husband, Larry and repose at Aikens Funeral Maylessa Campbell; 8 grandHome Chapel from S to 9 children, Larry Holloway, Jr., P.M. this evening. The family Jovana, Robert and Joshua will receive friends at the Lee Campbell, Detira Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. this Jackson Kwan and John evening. The funeral cortege Drake Elisha Bruton, all will arrange from 4025 S. Pine of Ta,mpa; 3 brothers, Mr. St., Seffner, FL "AIKENS Claudis Malphus, Mr. Willie FUNERAL HOME." Malphus, and Mr. Lewis Malphus and wife, Mary; 1 aunt, Mrs. Ruby Reese; S nephews, Mr. Wilbert Malphus and wife, Patricia, Mr. Clarence Malphus and wife, Gloria, Mr. Bernard Malphus and wife, Beverly, Mr. Milton Malphus, and Mr. Lawrence Malphus; S nieces, Ms. Mary Lee Nelson, Mrs. Thelma Adams and husband, Harold of Lakeland, FL, Elizabeth Brooker and hus band, Samuel of Dallas, Texas, Ernestine Thomas and husband, Alexander of Col umbus, SC, and Altremease Daniel of Tampa; 2 sisters-in law, Christine Clemons and husband, Eugene, and Arene Hubbard; devoted friends, Johnnie Mae Holloway and Christine Turner; a host of other nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from S to 9 P.M. this evening. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7:30 to 8:30P.M. this evening. The funeral cor tege will arrange from 2211 E. Osborne #6. FUNERAL HOME." fUNIRALS IY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Roy Williams Funeral Home J4J7 N. Albany Ave. 253-3419 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" BRYANT& WIL"LIAMS OUSLEY, MRS. ALMA Mrs. Alma Ousley, 1502-D, Nuccio passed away April 19 in a local hospital. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday at 1 P.M. from the Friendly Missionary Baptist Church, 1901 Central Avenue, Rev. W.L. Webb Pastor, Elder Sammie Mc Queen officiating. Entomb ment will follow in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Ousley was a native of Savannah, Georgia and had resided in Tampa for the past SO years. Survivors include: 2 daughters, Mrs. Mattie Lee Bumper and Mrs. Ora Lee Mack and husband, Ralph of Tampa; 2 sons, Mr. Hessies Bennett of Stark, Fla. and Mr. Henry and wife, Ether Mae of Tampa; 1 brother, Mr. Mays Walker and wife, Ossie Lee of Eamaga, Ga.' grandchildren; 8 great grand children; 1 niece, Mrs. Pearl Singleton of Tampa; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The remains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. today. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS AT THE CHAPEL FROM 7-8 P.M. TONIGHT. Ar rangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). PUGHSLEY MASSEY, MRS. EULA M. i (BIG MAMA) Homegoing services for Mrs. Eula M. (Big Mama) Massey of 103 South Albany Avenue, who passed away April 17 in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 2 P.M. from New Hope Missionary Baptist Church with thf! Rev. John Willis, Pastor, Rev. Willie Jacobs, of. ficiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. BROWN, SR., MR. SAMUEL Funeral services for Mr. Samuel M. Brown, Sr., ftf 2909 E. Chelsea, who passed away April 25, will be Mrs. Massey was a native of Hawthorne, Florida and has resided in Tampa for a number of years. Sh,e leaves to cherish her memories: 3 devoted daughters, Mrs. Lorene D. Russell, Mrs. Ernestine White and husband, Tommy and Mrs. Marie P. Mobley and husband, James; 4 granddaughters, Mrs. Helen Faison and husband, Carl, Palatka, Fla., Ms. Jacquline V. Griffin, Ms. Roseanne L. Washington, and Mrs. Carolyn P. Riley and husband, Rudolph, California; 5 grandsons, Mr. Robert_ Massey and wife, Yvonne, Detroit, Michigan, Mr. Jackie Tyrone Plummer, Mr. Tom mie E. White and Mr. Renee Buchanan; 1 stepson, Mr. WilliamS. Lacy, Jr.; a host of great grandchildren; 1 nephew, Mr. Samuel Brown and family; 1 niece, Ms. Bren da Nunn and family; a host of cousins among whom are: Mr. Reed and wife, Alber ta, Mr. Edward Massey, Mr. Odell Massey, Ms. Naydene Massey and the family; 1 goddaughter, Mrs. Delores Mazon Hill and family; a very devoted friend and Nurse, Mrs. Kate Harberson and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will lie in state at Pughsley Cathedral after 5 P.M. Friday (today). The family will receive friends held Tuesday at 1:00 P.M. from St. Luke A.M.E. Church with the Rev. C.D. Dixon, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Mr. Brown was a native of Sumter, North Carolina and had resided in '{ampa for 52 years. He was a retired Pullman Porter for the Seaboard Coastline Railroad with 45 years of service. Mr. Brown leaves to mourn his passing: a devoted wife, Mrs. Louise W. Brown; a devoted granddaughter, Mrs. Robyn White Gordon; 2 daughters, Mrs. Dorothy W. Canty and husband, Mark, Elkins Park, Pa.; and Mrs. Ernestine B. Abner and husband, John; 1 son, Mr. Samuel M Brown, Jr., and wife, Elouise; grand children, Mr. Maceo A. Chaney and wife, Carol, Mr. Wendell Duggins and wife, Debra, Durham, Carolina, Mr. Albert Duggins and wife, Gwen, Mr. Larry Duggins, Mrs. Evelyn Penn ington and husband, Booker, and Ms. Sheila Canty, Philadelphia, Pa; 12 great grandchildren; 1 sister-in-law, Mrs. Claudie Walters, Lakeland, Fla; 2 brothers-in law, Mr. Clifford Hunter and Mr. Sinclair Hunter, Detroit, Mich; 1 goddaughter, Mrs. Thelma H. Brown; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will lie in state at Pughsley Cathedral after 5 P.M. Monday. The family will receive friends on Monday from 7 until 8 P.M. at the Funeral Home PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME in charge. PUGHSI.EY FUNERAl. HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES: 247-3151 or 247-3152 on Friday from 7 until 8 P.M. at the Funeral Home. PUGHSL' EY FUNERAL HOME in charge. CARTER, MRS. RUTH E. Funeral services for the late Mr. Ruth E. Carter of 109 W. Amelia, who passed April 21, will be held Saturday, April 27 at 11 A.M. from Greater Bethel Baptist Church, with Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr. of ficiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Sur vivors are: mother, Frances James; step-father, Peter James; daughter, Mari C. Carter; son, Terrance D. Carter; step-sister, Therese James; grandmother, Ruth Smith of 'Portsmouth, VA; aunt, Ellawease Howell of Portsmouth, VA; nephew, Pierre James; numerous cousins; devoted friends, Nan (Continued On f =-e = fl.!


= 0 --= -0 = 'Q,I "" I (Continued From Page 21-A) cy Cooper & Harriet Scott and a number of other sorrowing relatives and friends in Tampa and Portsmouth, VA. The rewill repose at 5 P.M. in the funeral chapel. The funeral cortege will leave from the residence, 109 W. Amelia, at 10 A.M. Saturday. ROGERS FUNERAL HOME LYBRAND, MRS. MARIE R. Funeral services for Mrs. Marie R. Lybrand of Winter Havtm and 1708 Beach Street, Tampa, who passed away Monday, April 22, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27 from St. Paul A.M.E. Church with the Reverend W .S. Watersford, officiating. lnter ent in Memorial Park umeltery. She dedicated 46 years of' her life to the educa lion profession serving in the capacity of teacher, principal and assistant principal in the Polk County School system. was a member of St. Paul A.M.E. Church. She is loving-ly remembered by the follow ing survivors: Reverend Alex Lybrand, husband; Christina R. Saunders, sister; James W. .. Jr., brother and wife Necie; 5 nephews, Robert W. Saunders, Sr. and wife, Helen, Dr. Norman A. Jackson and wife, Lillie, Thomas w. Newberry; Nathaniel L. Keel ing and wife, Alfreida and Moses Harmon and wife, Bet ty; 4 nieces, Dorothy E. Har mon and husband, John. Lucretia J. Middleton and husband, Herbert, Agnes Jewel Kennebrew and hus band, Aaron and Irene Elliot; 6 cousins, Corine GloYer, Elder Birdie Mitchell,: Josephine Planta, Ruby Smith, Nathaniel Clark and Marie Brown. Survivors also include: grandnieces and .nephews, other relatives and friends. ROGERS FUNERAL Delores Gaynor; son, Mr. Tommy Gaynor; sisters, Mrs. Julie Whipper and Mrs. Cathareen Willis and hus band, Willie Arthur; brother, Mr. Lawyer Carswell; grand children, Maria, Katavia, Datavious, Jetavious, Jevaryas Gaynor; law, Mrs. Elmira TurJJei', Mrs. Ella Mae Cooley, Mrs, Mary Starling; brother-in-law, Mr. Johnny B. Jones and wife, Mattie Bell; nephews and nieces, Nathaniel Love, Mr. Billy Dawkins, Jr., Mr. Fred Sutton and wife, Brenda, An-thony Johnson, Billy. Dawkins, Mr. Leroy Jones and wife, Jamie, Homer Lewis, Jimmy Lee and Robert Jones, Lillie Mae Smith, Clementhie Dawkins, Mrs. Mary Borders and husband, John, Mary Love, Debra Carter, Carla Dawkins, Marvette Wright, Earleen Starling, James Berry, Bobby Stegis, Kimberly Berry, Angela Williams, Margaret Jones, Mr. Johnny Jones and wife, Cathy, Sholanda, Michelle and Denise Love and other relatives. He was a native of Toomsboro, Ga. and had resided in Tampa for 40 years. Mr. Carswell was a retired employee of the Florida Steel Corp. The re mains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." LUCAS, MR. JAMES E. "CRUNCH" Funeral ser vices for Mr. James Edward Lucas "Crunch" of 1102 N. Nebraska Ave., Apt. 128, who passed away in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 1 P.M. at Wilson's Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. A. Griffin officiating. In terment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: mother, Mrs. Clara Mae Burnett; father, Mr. Willie L. Lucas; son, Jermaine D. CARSWELL, MR. Lucas and his mother, Angela The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday at the funeral home. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." WILLIAMS, MRS. WILLIE MAE Funeral ser vices for Mrs. Willie Mae Williams of 3409 E. North Bay St., who passed away in a local nursing home, will be held Saturday at 11 A.M. at Wilson's Funeral Home Chapel with .the F.G. Hilton offichiting. Jnterment will be in Sbady Grove Cemetery .. Survivors are: 5 sisters; Mrs. Eddie Mae Henry, Tampa, Mrs. Bell Whitehead, St.' Petersburg, Mrs. Jossie Mae Redden, Tampa, Mrs. Jessie Mae Jeffrey, Bloomfield, N.J: and Mrs. Rosie Mae Daniels and husband, Isaac,' Miami; 18 nieces and nephews; a host of grand nieces and cousins, other relatius and friends. A native of Morgan, Ga., Mrs ; lived in Tampa a number of years before inoving to Albany, Ga., where she for 30 years, returning here 6 months ago. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday a t Wilson's Funeral Home and the family will receive friends from 7 until 8 P.M. at the funeral home chapel. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." IN LOVING MEMORY OF :.>t ) MR. wiLLIAM T. RISER FATHER Deceased, May and MRS. ALICE B. RISER MOTHER Deceased, April 25, 1948 Our dear father and the memorit;s still linger in. mind because you were orie of a kind. We niiss you so mncll and thh:ak of yous.o often. We will always remember everything aboufyou so Clearly and your loving ways. Deeply loved and sadly missed .,Y daughters, Evelyn, Rebecca and Margaret Riser. IN MEMORIAM ... "'""'""' .. Funeral services Cliatt; 3 sisters, Gwendolyn F. Mr. George Carswell, Lucas, Jacqueline D. Lucas, ANNIE M. 12th Ave., who p!JSsed in and Monica F. Kirk; 3 It has been 11 years since the 0 a local hospital will be held brothers, Henry Lucas, Lord called you from labor to Saturday at 1 p.M. from the Rhodney T. Lucas, and get your reward. You were the ;;.:.. Greater New Salem P. Baptist Josephus Burnett; a host of light of our life. We loved you, f-< Church with the Elder R.H. nieces, nephews, cousins, but God loved you best. Howard, officiating. Interother relatives and friends; A Sadly missed by your ;:: ment in the Memorial Park native of Alexandria, LA., children, Frances, Johnnie & --, IN MEMORIAM ..:-. In memory of our dear love ones, Mr. Charles Renfroe who .. this life. April 25, 1979 and Ms. Willie Mae Lundy, Apral 1, 1981. Still loved by all, our love lingers on. Sadly missed by daughter, sons, and wives, grands, greatgrands, nieces, nephews and wife and sister, Mrs. Irene IN MEMORIAM JOHNNlE C. WILLIAMS In memory of Brother John. nie C. Williams. Jesus said I am the resurrection and the life. John 11:25. Wife, Mrs. Catherine : Williams and Mr. & Mrs Brown. IN MEMORIAM REV. J .S. PARIS April 23, 1979 We all miss you, but we will always remember you. Wife, D.I. Paris and family. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Donald G. Fields who passed April 27, 1983. Sadly missed by your mother, Willie M. Green, family and friends. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mrs. Bernice Lockhart, who departed this life April 28, 1976. You are gone, but we still love you. Your husband, W. L. Lockhart; son, R.L Lockhart and the rest of the family. (Continued On 23-A) erlasting strmnrial 3601 Swann Ave ... Crest Building To Florida 33609 The. 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IN MEMORIAM STEVE SMITH, JR. In memory of Mr. Steve Smith, Jr. Sadly missed by wife, Bar bara Smith and kids, Willa, Stacey, and Tracey, Steven, III, and stepchildren. .. CARD OF THANKS "Friends are like Diamonds, Precious and Rare." To the multitude of diamonds and precious gems who are our friends the family of the late Frederick G. Bostick wish to express our everlasting thanks for the many acts of kindness, tokens of sympathy and expressions of love which you tendered to us during the passing of our loved one. A very special thanks to the staff of the Holi day Inn Airport, Tampa Bowlaneers, Rev. Edwards and St. Mark M.D. Church family and Wilson's Funeral Home. We love you, we cherish you, we pray God's richest blessings upon you. Prayerfully yours, Sandra J. Bostick and family. CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. Dorothy Aldridge is sincerely grateful to all the friends and neighbors who gave their time, energy and loving support dur ing the illness and passing of our relative. We hope that those who were unable to at tend the funeral will be com forted in the thought that Dorothy valued your friend ship and her thoughts were always with you. Thank you for the cards, letters, telegrams, food, flowers and donations and the many acts of kindness too numerous to mention and too precious ever to be forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. James Aldridge, son, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Barnes, grand daughter and family. CARD OF _THANKS Pel'haps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, if so we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day, whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much whatever the part. By the family of Mr. Jimmie Warren. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E; Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial For $705 Add $100 for servfl'es on Salurday al!d add )100 for all servil'es afler 3 p.m. CHARLES RELIFORD .... Owner ...-----<>-------Co nsult Coupo n ----'-'------'--,1 for Property, Probate, Estate Planning or Business Needs -Consult: THE RICHARDSON LAW OFFICES (DC, FL, MD, lA) "Where Ordinary People are Special" T Carlton Richardson, J D LLM. Attornev / Owner 223-7075 N Nebraska Ave .. Unit#! Tampa Florida 33602 DC/MD : (202) 34 7 Celebrating a Decade of Professional Services .1975-1985 Deloris The Florist 5808 N. 40th St. 237-4472 Complete Wedding Package For Only $ 3 00 Includes: Wedding Dresses, bought, sold and rented on Consignment; Arches, Kneeling aen ches, Candleabras, Altar Flowers, Plant Stands, Bridal Bouquets and Total Wedding Flowers. NO LIMIT ON FLOWERS. Bonds Yield More Money Henry 'Ft. Valley' Moore Be Funeralized In The refinancing of two road improvement bond issues by Hillsborough County has resulted in a net gain of $2.78 million for additional road im provements, county officials have announced. The sale of a $32 million Road Improvement Revenue Refunding Bond was approv ed by the Board of County Commissioners, with the county's seventh cent gasoline tax revenues used as backing. The new funds were used to pay off two earlier Road Im provement Bond Issues, free ing previously pledged no n-ad valorem (property tax) revenues for future bonding needs, _according to County Administrator Norman W. Hickey. I I (Continued From Page 4-A) more satisfied with the tion things were going in February 1985 (49 percent positive)? The Roper Organization Funeral services for Henry "Ft. Valley" Moore will be held in Ft. Valley, Georgia on Saturday at 1 p.m. Mr. Moore died Tuesday after a brief il lness. Moore was known throughout the Tampa bay area, and was most known for his Moore's Day, an event held each year the second Sun day in June for the past 28 years at Holsey Temple CME Church. According to the Rev. H. C. Wilkes, pastor of Holsey Tem ple, Moore was planning the 1985 celebration of Moore's Day at the time of his death. Moore's Day had become a traditional event at Holsey Temple, Rev. Wilkes states. Moore established the day to make a contribution to his church. As a porter with the railroad, Rev. Wilkes said, Moore was unable to attend his church on a regular basis because he traveled. "In order to make a meaningful con tribution, he invited people to come in, raised money, HENRY MOORE solicited ads and just set aside that day," the church's pastor said. He added that it is a tradition that the church plans to continue, and the 29th celebration will be held the se cond Sunday in June. Services in Ft. Valley, Georgia are being handled by Edwards Funeral Home, 313 Preston St., Ft. Valley, GA 31030. The telephone number there is (912) 825-2730. Local arrangements were handled by Bryant and Williams of Ray Williams Funeral Home. itself doesn't offer much AREA B ,OCK CLUB NEWS enlightenment, aside from L noting that the question is COMMUNITY SERVICE BRANCH OFFICE "highly responsive to people's 711 w. ROSS AVE. PH. 123-8600 economic well-being." It MELVIN STONE, BRANCH notes, for instance, that the highest marks in the latest poll TEMPORARY JOBS came from executives and proYou can help take the 1985 fessionals (62' percent positive) Census of Tampa by becoming and those who earn more than a temporary U.S. Census $35,000 a year (63 percent employee for a few weeks. positive), while the lowest Census work is interesting and grades were from blacks (68 important to Tampa and to percent negative), rural the nation. The Tampa Census residents (57 negative) is part of the Planning Pro and those who earn less than gram for the National Count $15,000 a year (48 percent in 1990. negative). All census jobs are ternThe trouble with the quesporary and last from three to tion is that it doesn't differeneight weeks. You'll be working tiate between our assessments with other people from your of America's political leadercommunity. Most census jobs ship, its status in the world, require you to work outdoor the presence or absence of in city neighborhoods. There military conflict, or the state is a limited number of office of our personal finances. It's jobs available. like asking a friend how things you meet the JOb are going, without specifying quahf1cahons, a the "things" you have in test, and are hired, you ll mind. A positive response can one or .more of be triggered by anything from you will paid a pay raise to the election of this trammg. The JOb apJ?h his favorite candidate to the test readmg news that his wife doesn't have skills m r_eadmg_ maps, cancer after all. ab1hty to do and What is to be made of the --how well you follow mstruc fact that more Republicans tions. than conservatives (70 percent Census worker pay rates to 57 percent) think things are start aro_und $5.00 an hour. If going in the right direction? you are mterested, please The Roper Organization tact the Commumty Service may think it has come up with _Office at one jim-dandy of a question. Apphcatwns ru:e avrulable m But if the idea was to provide the Branch Office. useful information, they have SENIOR CITIZEN DIS-"pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track." c1hzens teres ted m 1 applymg for the Silver Savers Whatever You Program (a new discount proYouth Employment Program, and Pledge-A-Job Program, available in the public and private sectors. See your City of Tampa Division of Urban Development and Job Service of Florida, located at 404 E. Jackson Street, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 \'.m. For the convenience o youths living in the Belmont Heights and Jackson Heights area, you may visit the Jackson Heights Recreation Center, located at 3310 E. Lake A venue, April 27 and 28 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Division of Urban Develop ment and Job Training, 404 East Jackson Street, Tampa, Florida, 33602, (813) 223-8451. Job Service of Florida (Up-Town Office), 4006 North Florida Avenue, Tampa, Florida, 33603. (813) 272-2280. VISION AND DENTAL PROGRAMS The Community Develop ment Vision and Dental Pro grams are now in operation. Services include ttie following: Vision: Eye examinations and eyeglasss. Dental: Dental tractions, fillings, cleanings. Dentures: Dentures on a limited basis. Interested citizens may ap ply Monday through Friday, from 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. Need gram) should call or come into BRANCH OFFICE theCommunity Service The Community Service Classified Has lt. Branch Office. You will be Branch Office is open Monday able to receive your temporary through Friday, from 8:00 WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME discount card at the time that a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please call you apply and your permanent or come in to submit card and your free directory neighborhoods complaints, > = Q. llfj :::!. will be mailed to you at a later referrals to local agencies for ..., date. assistance, job information, or 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" SUMMER JOBS to make recommendations for t"'' Complete Funeral Service Available Apply for the Summer Pro ects / Programs. trl Phone: 248-6125 I


,.. .. ,.. CLASSIFID ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT HELP WANTED Experienced secretary need ed. Call Reeves Plumbing, 238-4348. Bar maids needed, will train. Call Jack Fisher, Dou ble Decker Lounge, 251-3498, 10 a.m. -12 a.m., Mon. Fri. Health Care facilities need someone to do days work. Must have HIS or GED education. 225-1317. Barmaids and waitresses. train. Apply at Grace's lace, 2502 N. Albany Experienced cleaning per sonnel wanted part-time and full-time. Call between 3-5 P.M. 239-1452. HELP WANTED BECOME A HIGHLY PAID REAL ESTATE PRO! Do you enjoy working with people? Do you have a tremendous desire to make money and to ultimately supervise? Do you have a Florida Real License as a Broker or Sales? We supply everything to put you into YOUR OWN BUSINESS! No limit to what .you can earn. Beautiful office; working conditions and unlimited leads! Only 2 positions available. 'Apply in person: GARRETI REALTY, Inc., 2811 W. Ken. nedy Blv.d., Suite 103, Tampa, Florida 33609. HELP WANTED CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great income potential. All occupations. For information l'all: (3 12) 742-8620, ext. 339. ROADWAY DESIGN TECHNICIAN 5 yrs. minimum experience in all aspects of roadway design including grades, cross sections, drainage, quantities. Familiarity with Florida DOT Roadway Construction Plans Criteria a plus. Excellent career opportunity to join leading engineering firm. Salary open, commensurate with experience, exceptional fringe be'l_efit program. Sub mit resume: Attn. WEO, lt-------:-------'1-------------1 Kimley/Horn & Assoc., Inc., LEASING AGENT 5444 Bay Center Drive, Suite For 200-unit apartment CLERK TYPIST II 135 T FL 33609 EOE For classification Depart ampa, complex located in North East Minorities encouraged to app-Tampa. Send resume to ment in Youthful Offender In 1 P M G 11700 N 58 h S stitution. Y t treet, FOR SALE NO QUALIFYING! Large 3 BR/2 bath home, corner lot, fenced yard, $48, 000, only $5,000 down. 707 E. Plymouth. ANTHONY & ASSOCIATES REALTOR 6304 N. Nebraska 237-5011 DON'T PAY A REAL ESTATE AGE fliTS COMMISSION!l Save $5000 on this 3/2 Y2 townhome. By owner. Like new. $49,900. 988-8764. 85 BUICK SKYHAWK Accessories include ale, p/s, am/fm stereo cassette, tinted glass plus backed by GM for 4 year protection. $10,950. Call 248-3388 or 254-7100 FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE ,West Tampa. 211. Sold in as-is condition. For $26,000. Phone 685-7290. $12,800 3 bedroom/l bath. 864 sq. ft. 1209 New Orleans St. As is!! LOTS For home or business on 34th St., North of Osborne Ave. Terms. Thomas L. Loft Realty 623-1369 CENTRALLY LOCATED Owner will help finance this 2 bedroom home. Call for details. 237..:1625. SUN-BELT REALTY Assoc. Inc Realty 3 BEDROOMS And much more including central a/h. NO CREDIT Tampa, FL. 33617, or call Must have H/S diploma or 988-2102. GED. One year secretarial or The South West Florida 1----------------t CHECK!! .... ---------"1 office experience, able to type 35 correct wpm and have good filing skills. Salary range $374.97 to $540.57 bi/weekly. Water Management District, is SUN-BELT REALTY currently accepting applicaFHA Home. Low down Assoc. Inc., Realtor jJ "1 Parttime janitorial, $5.00/hour. Immediate open ings for males 253-2539 after 12 noon. Mail a completed State of Florida application, with a copy of high school diploma, to Hillsborough Correctional Institution, P.O. Box 878, Riverview, FL 33569. Attn: .. SELL AVON Personnel. EOE/ AAE. Good $$$. No experience necessary, Jackson Heights, Belmont Heights and College Hills areas. Call Manager, Pat CLAIMS INVESTIGATOR Start $77,950 a year. High school graduation supplemented by two (2) years of college and some experience in investigative work; or on 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 ion contact the: IEIEO Office, City of Tampa 3061E. Jackson Street 7th Floor North 223-8192 Become A Firefighter With The City Of Tampa Pay Is Outstanding: $17,062.24/Per Year Hillsborough Community College Provides A Fire Science Course Which Will Enhance Your Ability To Bome A Firefighter. For More Information, Call: Paris Von Lock.ette City Of T11mro EEO tions for the following posipayment. Small monthly pay237-1625 tions, Hydrologist II, Conment. Quick occupancy. Call sumptive Use Permitting for free information. VETERANS Manager, District Service WALT BREWER VA. No Money Down. No Representative, Acquisition REALTY Closing Cost. Fast OccupanManager, Drafting Technician 933-6621 cy. Free Information. Call Engineer II, Public Inform a1-------------'"'1 Walt Brewer Realty, 933-6621. tion Director, Environmental NO QUALIFYING! Scientist III, Data Base AdLarge 3 bedroom stucco ministrator, Resource home, fenced yard, $27,500, Management Director, $2,500 down; 3917 E. Henry. Engineer III, Director of Field ANTHONY & Operations, Attorney, Survey ASSOCIATESTechnician I, Maintenance REALTOR Worker II. 6304 N. Nebraska Please submit a resume, or 237-5011 for further Information or Employment Application please contact the S.W.F.W.M.D., 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL. 33512. (904)796-7211. EOE; M/F. NOW OPEN Hotei/Motel,$4.00 per hour; Food Service, $3.95 plus per hour; Entry level office, $160 plus per week; Secretarial (50 wpm), $5.00 per hour. AFDC Only Florida Employment Project 239-1893 FOR SALE EXECUTIVE HOME 3 bedroom/2 bath home. Exceptionally clean. Owner will finance. $49,909. 237-1625. SUN-BELT REALTY Assoc. Inc Realty LEASE PURCHASE .U9,900, down 3/1 CB, a/c, carpet, remodeled. 4314 W. LaSalle. 239-1392 or 238-9531. BUY OR -RENT 816 sq. ft. for the first time home owner. 2 bedrooms, large fenced-in yard, could be rented on month to month. Only $25,000. Call Oliver E. Brown, Assoc., today at 681-7652. Regal Real Estate Realtor. Spacious 3 bedroom/2 bath frame house. Remodeled, enclosed porch, new carpet, throughout. 3405 12th Avenue. $54,000 terms. Call 237, after 5 p.m. Attention Builders & In vestors!! 2-lots. 50x100 ea. $13,000. Zoned R-3. Geraldine F. White, Realtor, 251-8964, or Maude Couzens; 621-2953. ERA C. HILLS CONSTRUCTION AND Real Estate Local Member of Tampa MLS Call our professionals for a FREE Market Analysis. Don't undersell your home. New financing available at below market rates. INVESTORS Large 9 BR's/2 baths, com pletely furnished and presently occupied. For Sale. Owner motivated; Priced at $26,000. Call Brown, eves. 248-1172 Immaculate 2 bedroom/1 Y2 bath condo with pool and clubhouse facilities. Temple Terrace area. Linda, Realtor Assoc., 621-2021 days; 988-3649, evenings. REAL EST ATE CO. 5118 N. 56th St. Suite 111 621-2021 (Le Tourneau Center) FORECLOSURES West Tampa. 3 bedroom/1 bath. $26,550. East of 40th 3 bedroom/1 bath. $24,200. oc;;RESSIVE DEVELOPERS 4803 Nebraska Ave. 237-6415 DUPLEX /HOUSE Zoned Commercial-located 105-107 22nd St., So. Ideal for business plus income, owner finance. Call Herman Bradley, 248-6256, eves.; or 248-6111. TOM P. MARTINO INC., REAL TOR 2018 7th AVE. Rent ; with option to buy. 3 bedroom/2 bath home w /ex tra 1 bedroom/1 bath apart ment. $35,000, same terms available. 1 bedroom/1 bath apart ment for rent. $175/month, plus deposit. (4) 1 bedroom apSJrtments and Retail store, asking $65,000 w/$20,000 down. Gross $1100/month. Grocery store & meat market, plus 3 additional ren tal apartments. Grossing $27,000/month. Gordon Commee, Broker, 626-7131, or 685-6204, even ings. SEVEN SEAS, REALTY MISCELLANEOUS F.arl's TV Service, 1309 N. Howard Avenue. Color/Black & White. Bringin and save. 251-6107.


-n----------------CLASSI FIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT MISCELLANEOUS Reliable Upholstery, all types at affordable prices. FREE ESTIMATES. Pick-up and delivery available. We take pride in our work. Phone 237-2484. 4723 34th Street (Near Osborne). TUTORING Is your child a slow learner w/reading or math problems? I can help them. Tutoring in your 1 home. Call 689-8269, Saturday and Sunday. MISCELLANEOUS HOME IMPROVEMENTS Quality work. All types. Repairs, remodeling, and new construction. Class A license contractor. 238-3244 or 988-8551. NICK'S GROCERY & MEATS Tender T-Rone Steaks 98< ea. Center Cut Pork Chops soc ea. 5902 N. 40th St., 238-1697. AGENTS WANTED! I LAWN SPRINKLERS Leads-Leads-Leads New program makes you Save money by doing it your own boss. No turn yourself, -.with professional d_owns. New concept makes help. For additional informaclosing a snap. Call now for tion, call 259-1062, after 4 ground floor opportunity. Act ;L_p_.m_. ----------1 Now! 216 License o.k. We will train. Call Jerry, 237-0200. SHINE BRITE Professional hair weaving Loving, efficient care for and nail designs. Personal service. Call Sunshine, 935-7315. the elderly in my home. ;a.-------------1 References provided. Phone 621-6114. SYLVIA WIGS & BEAUTY SALON 71 E. Hillsborough (Eastgate Plaza) 239-3404 WASHERS I DRYERS Rent-to-own in 1 year. 248-5385. Emergency I. MISCELLANEOUS FREE Pregnancy Tests (Early Test Available) ABORTIONS Individual Counseling Nitrous Oxide Available Birth Control Clinic 251-0505 1302 S. Dale Mabry ALL WOMEN'S HLTH. CTR. OFT AMPA MISCELLANEOUS ANTHONY'S TIRE USED & NEW TIRES Please Call For Repair Sales Estimate 251-3594 2348 W. Columbus Dr. REWARD $5-$500 For Your Junk Car FOR RENT Duplex brand new. 2 bedroom, central air/heat, carpet, energy efficient. 3404 54th Street. $250 security deposit, $345 month rent. 626-3359 or 626-8446. Small apartment furnished for rent, for single person. Quiet area, near County Hospital. Call evenings, 238-8046. 3912 LASALLE ST. Fast Free Pickup 2 bedroom block house 626 6124 w/wall ale, refrigerator and L!:::::::::::===-==-:::::!-J stove, nice neighborhood. Prefer elderly couple. Call INVITATION FOR 872-0581. BIDS 1'-;==========;1 Sealed bids will be accepted ROOMS FOR RENT ;p,rr. (j I : I All Women's Health Center Of North Tampa, Inc. (formerly Tampa Counseling & Abortion Center, Inc) for the following item by the Large furnished rooms with Housing Authority of the City burglar bar door, near Florida of Tampa, Florida until 2 Avenue. Newly remodeled. EST Mo nday May Bathroom and kitchen p.m., .. 20, 1985, and at that time will privileges. $45/week plus be publicly opened at the $15.00 deposit required. Authority's Central Office, ;....--1514 Union St., Tampa, FL 2 bedroom apartment, ale FREE PREGNANCY TESTS 33607 : and heat, $285/month, $150 I COMMERCIAL deposa't. 3615 N 22nd St. Call Bir:th Control C inic UMBRELLA Complete Hair Care : Pregnancy Terminations INSURANCE Gary, 9-5, 248-1848; after 6 GORDY'S (Awake or Asleep) Bid specifications and condip.m. 879-5515. Section 8 acAIR-CONDITIONING & -Confidential Counseling tions can be obtained at the __ -------Nexus Products INCOME TAX PREPARATION :>-HEATING OPEN: Mon._ sat. Housing Authority of the City Efficiency & 1 BR apt., All appliances oil, gas, 961 7907 of Tampa, Florida, 1514 $l25/deposit, as low as electrical, and Union St., Tampa, FL or by $ 50/week including water, freezers, ice machine, ale, 14704 N. Florida Ave. calling the Personnel/Risk garbage & sewage. 223-4600, --_c_a_l_l .t-.::;;;;;;;;;;;;::::::1 Mgmt. Office at 253-0551. ask for Dan. 223-9233. The Housing Authority of the 1------------City_ of Tampa, Florida SECTION 8 COUNTY WIDE TREE .SERVICE reserves the right to reject any ONLy Reasonable l'ee. Anurate, l:Onvenient (can be done in your home). I'm ready to help lOU rel:eive the most possible refund. 00 IT NOW-llON'T DELAY. TIME IS RUNNING OUT. Call: All types of tree work. Free Estimates. Insured. and all proposals or waive any 1 bedroom home, 7820Yz N. irregularities in the bidding 13th Street. Call 237-1371. and to accept the bid which in the judgement of the Authori3 bedroom house for rent. GEORGE NIX Licensed Tax Preparer 677-7930 NEED HOME REPAIRED? ty is determined to be in its f'ay your own utilities. 2205 E. > best interests. 17th A venue. Call days 6, Floors, Wiitdows, Painting and Carpentry. Call me last and save. Louis Benjamin, 239-1486. THE HOUSING 248-2210, after 6 p.m. MONfY TO LEND Loans up to $15,000. No Credit Checks. AUTHORITY OF THE CITY 985-8480. OFTAMPA,FLORIDA Tom P. Martino, Inc., Realtor BY: Benjamin M. Flores Asst. Exec. Dir. 2018 E. 7th Ave. Ph: 248-6111 Expert in Floor Care Ser vies. Carpet cleaning, stripp ing, waxing, and buffing. Reasonable rates. FREE SERVICES OF A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTING FIRM ESTIMATES. Call 972-1270, Lewis & Lewis Services. NEEDED We buy Homes and Lots If you know a Section 8 red-Services of a Certified For Cash. pient looking for a 2 or 3 Public Accounting Firm for ANTHONY & bedroom apt., refer them to us 238-1912 on-site audits of activities ASSOCIATES and receive $50. Tenant will 932-1607 funded by the Job Training REALTOR receive a FREE TV set. Call Partnership Act (JTPA) are 6304 N. Nebraska 831-5627. ::::::.:,-::;::.,;,:,,..., 'S.MCionamonthlyl.._ot 1.3A.60 ........,_,,llldlngbr8ndlllvaitattein ----237-5011 .... -----------tl .... "" ..... .. being solicited by the Florida 1-------------1 Residential and commercial 16 11--.r Department of Labor and Private Investor will conloans on homes. Let us tielp .,._.._... Employment Security. The sider any situation. solve your financing pro-l.!::======;;;;;:;;;;;:=;;;;;i;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;..Li JTPA contractors are located Homeowners only. 963 0565 blems. FOR RENT at various sites throughout the WANT TO w.R. BERRYHILL Nice clean private rooms for State of Florida. It is proposed SELL. Lie. Mtg. Broker nice clean working people. to award a contract for Finan248-8014 cial and Compliance audits of Le 't tb d t-;:==========:1 Private, reasonable, furnished t us vasa WI you an and all utilities included. MONEY T ALKSI 1 and 2 bedroom apts for rent, a/c. I&M Apts., 1002 Lemon St. 258-5151 ROLLING HILLS APTS. 2 bedroom apartments. Townhouses Cabl e Available Fcmilies Welcome Ask about our Specicil. 621-7083 Sligh & 50th St. JTPA activities. Request for discuss the Marketability of GRAPES 254 3975 Proposals (RFP's) will be your Real Estate. 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, tl I .. '0 c < :l = E-t '0 .c I'll -::c = Q. c = = I c -c Cll Ms. Linda Anderson, 25, Ms. Althia Alexander, 31, 1808 E. 27th Ave., reported to 210 w A 1 A t 4 me 1a, p police that an unidentified reported to police that an su spect broke into her home unidentified suspect fled the and fled the scene with a stereo scene at 210 w. Amelia with valued at $400. $'i9 worth of food stamps and Douglas Lashley, 38, 6502 $40 in. cash taken from her N. 22nd St., reported to police vehicle : that an unidentified &uspect Tony R. Buggs, 22, 2306 E. broke into his home and fled 32nd Ave., reported to police the scene with $2,250 worth of that an unidentifieQ suspect merchandise. fled the scene in the 2300 block According to police reports, of 32nd Ave. with $i3j worth an unidentified suspect of his burglarized the home of auto. Margie Lee Walker, 27, 2118 According to police reports, -E. 23rd Ave., and fled the an unidentified suspect fled scene with $1,612 worth !Jf the scene at 2209 E. 15th Ave. merchandise. with $175 worth of merchanAccording to police reports, dise The itvms werethe pro a known male suspect perty of Frank C. Shellman, burglarized the home of John 77, 2209 E. 15th Ave. Jones, 23, 1114 N. Blvd., and According to police reports, fled the scene with $288 Worth a known suspect fled the scene of merchaildise. at the corner of N. 34th St. An unidentified suspect, acand E. Lake Ave. with $100 in cording to police reports, belonging to Tyrone broke intQ the home of Ms. McFadden, 30, 3502\12 N. 34th Delphine Kathrien Martin, 27, St. 207 w: Francis, Apt. A, and An unidentified male fled the scene with a television suspect, according to police set valued at $450. reports, fled the scene at N. An unidentified suspect, acNebraska Ave. and E. Hugh cording to police reports, with $60 in cash, belonging to burglarized the Kentucky Zackery King, 22, 1517\12 W. Fried Chicken Franchise, 1611 LaSalle St. Allen Wayne N. Nebraska, and fled the Thomas, 16, 1517 LaSalle, scene with $359 worth of meralso reported the theft. chandise. The police were inThree unidentified male formed by Tim Young, 20, suspects, according to police 5026 E. Sligh. reports, fled the scene at the A television set valued at corner of Oregon St. and N. A $370 was taken by an unidenSt. with $140 in cash, belong tified suspect, according to ing to Joe Jlamlin, 49, 601 N. police reports, who broke into Fremont. the home of Keith Moore, 25, Merchandise valued at $445 2310 N. Morgan, Apt. B. was taken from a car belongMerchandise valued at $200 ing to James Clyde Baldwin, and a income tax check valued 22, 2918 N. lith St., by an at $777 were taken by an unidentified suspect who fled unidentified suspect, accorthe scene at 2918 N. lith St., ding to police reports, who according to police reports. burglarized the home of Ms. Merchandise valued at $300 Ruby Dean Townes, 47. 806 was taken from an automobile E. Robles. belonging to Freddie Graddie, It was reported to police 24, 2102 w. Cherry St., by an that an unidentified suspect unidentified suspect who fled broke into the home of Ms. the scene at 2102 w. Cherry Cynthia D. Taylor, 30, 2916 St., according to police E. 22nd Ave., and fled the reports. The incident was scene with $370 worth of merreported by Sonya L. Graddy, chandise and $70 in cash. 21, 2102 w. Cherry St. It was reported to police It was reported to police that an unidentified suspect that a known femiile suspect burglarized the home of Ratio fled._ the scene at 4001 N. Ford, 66, 1029 E 7th Ave., Armenia Blvd., Build 17, Apt. B, and fled the scene with Apt. 205, with a ring valued at $200 worth of firearms. $1500. The jewelry was the Melvin L. Biveno, 34, 1203 property of Ms. Odell A E. Buffalo Ave reported to Elizabeth Stokes, 49, 947 E. police that an unidentified Shadowlawn. s u s pect broke into his apart-It was reported to police ment and fled the scene with that an unidentified suspect $215 worth of merchan9ise. fled the scene at 1807 E. ColOtis Lee Brice, 37, 2104 E umbus Dr., Apt. I, with $550 17th Ave. reported to p olice in cash belonging to Willie that an unidentified suspect Albert Smith, 28, 1807 E. Colbroke into his residence and fl-b D A t 1 the scene w.ith a television set valued at $500. According to police reports, an unidentified suspect burglarized Eugene's Food Center, 7507 N. Nebraska Ave., and flea the scene with $765 worth of merchandise. The incident was reported by Jon Belotte Eugene, 36, 6520 urn us r., p .. 248-1921 DRUG ARRESTS According to police reports, Joe Sands, 28, 1029 Governor, was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana, and sale and delivery of marijuana while at 1236 E. Cass St. At the same location, Leonard Proffit, 36, 851 E. Zack, Rm. 14; was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. While at the corner of Armenia and Laurel, police arrested Roosevelt Devon Harvey, 22, 1736 N. Green wood, Clearwater and William Dewitt Williams, 24, 1725 Fulton, Clearwater, and charged them both with possession of marijuana. Arrested and charged with possession, sale, and delivery of marijuana while at the cor ner of N. Central and E. Lake, according to p olice reports, was 18-year-old Anthony Daniels, 404 Hernandez Ct. Tampa police arrested and charged 24-year-old Reginald Rechal Warren, 507 E. Sparkman, with sale, and delivery of mari. juana while:: at the corner of' Ross and .J,efferson. ACE WELDING FREE Estimates Portable Welding Shop Work Fa&rlcatlng : Burglar Bcirs Ornamentals Metal Staircases General Repairs Commercial 237-1770 Frank's Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 62 J -4034 Residential Commercial Financing Arranged Burglar Bars Railings ir.e Escapes Stairways Weldings Ornamentals Licensed Insured Bonded E. JOHNSON .. Pwner 'Free Home Security Tips DANIEL J. FERNANDEZ ATTORNEY Personallnlury Criminal Law General Practice PlAZ A O N THE MAll PHONE Ace ording to police reports, Ad, acen 1 0 Hyall > 201 KENNrDY BlVD. E 273-0017 Manual Gonzalez Cortez, 25, at-large address, was arrested and charged with possession BE YOU. R OWN BOSSJJ of cocaine while at the corner of N. 28th St. and E. 32nd SELL THE. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN Ave. NEWSPAPER EVERY TUESDAY AND Charles Gregory Napper, FRIDAy! 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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN 40 YEARS SERVING TAMPA. FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1985 1 Feelings Mixed On 'Florida Lottery I Floridians have been calling for a lottery to come into the State of Florida, especially since many have visited other states and had the opportunity to participate in a or know of someone iwho has come out on the winning side. However, as one school of ficial reminded, "nothing is never said, about those who lose." Last week, 1the Senate Finance and Taxation Com mittee voted 12-7 against the proposal by Senator Jack D. Gordqn, Delllpcrat-Mia'mi Beach. The proposal' was to bring about legislative action to get a lottery vote on the ballot in 1986. Education Commissioner Ralph Turlington is. one of those favoring a lottery in Florida. He said a lottery in Florida would bring in about $300 million in revenue needed for schools. He vowed to pro ceed with a public petition campaign to put the lottery amendment on the ballot with 342,939 voter signatures from throughout the state. Since there is other parimutual wagering in Florida, residents believe that one more "for the cause of education" would do no harm. However, legislators warn that there is no guarantee that revenue generated from a lottery would go directly to improve the quality of educa tion, without some other agen. cies cutting off portions of their funds that are already earmarked for education. Sen. Ed Dunn, D-Daytona, amended the Gordon bill to put the Legislature on record as intending all the money from a lottery be added to the schools' budget without any loss of existing revenue. REV .1A. L. LOWRY Hillsborough County School Board member, Rev. A. Leon Lowry says he is op posed to anything that has to do with gambling. "People feel (that with gambling) they can get something for nothing,'' since most states advertise lo!tery tickets at $1. In states where lotteries are instituted, he says, "it appears as though the income do not benefit" whatever they are projected for. Even though additional revenue is needed for schools in Florida, Rev. Lowry believes "there is another approach. The educa tion of our children is vital. It BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor is important to their future and the future of this nation. ''There is a bond issue to build new schools. That would seem to be the most viable approach," he says. The bond issue is coming up May 14. Rev. Lowry adds that there are many negatives about the lottery. For one thing, "many feel that everybody is a big winner, but that's not true. They play up those who are big winners, but there are hun dreds of thousands of others who don't win," he stated. DR. FISHER Dr. Margaret Fisher, prin cipal at Young Jr. High School, favors a lottery, but only if all the ed for education will go for that purpose and none 'ortlfe existing school budget is cut. "We're one of the richest states in this country, yet we rank near the bottom (in education). If aij. the monies from a lottery will definitely improve the quality of educa tion in this state, I favor it," she states. .. 11\11111!._ DR. SAM HORTON Dr"' Sam Horton, Director of Secondary Education for Hillsborough County, realizes that education needs another source of revenue, but he's not sure a lottery is the answer. "I agree with some legislators that if all monies went to education that would be fine, but it has been com mon practice that...the present level of revenue is maintained. It has not been shown that the revenue increases," pr. Hor ton states. NAACP President Bob Gilder says that in states where the lottery has been instituted, the education systems have benefitted. "We already have gambling in this state. We have the ROBERT GILDEQ horses, dogs, Jai-Alai, bingo and other sources of gambl ing. It appears as though the biggest opponents of the bill are those who are privileged to enjoy other forms of gambl ing. This is another example of the haves saying not to give to the have-nots," Gilder stated. Gilder believes the lottery would provide additional jobs and relieve some of the burden of taxation on those "who can least afford it." Personally, Gilder says if the lottery wiU not be in stituted, "we need to get rid of all other forms of gambling. "I'm lOOO!o in favor of the bill, but those who are respon sible should make sure that the schools and other needy pro jects, such as taking care .of the poor, elderly, sick, han dicapped and hungry that exist in this state are taken care of. AS it stands, existing gambling (revenue) is not being 'dispers ed right. They sl!ould either bring it (gambling) on in, or take it (all) out," he conclud ed. Chamberlain High School principal, James Gatlin would reluctantly favor a lottery bill for Florida schools. "The fun ding that we have is not ade quately meeting our needs," he explains, "and society is demanding so much of the school system, but they're slow to finance it," he states. ''If we. are going to continue the caliber of education as the public would have, and if this (lottery) will provide the revenue for that funding I would support the lottery' with reservations.'' Gatlin added that the school system is in a desperate state and "under the gun to im prove", but because of the lack of necessary revenue the school system "is losing valuable staff persons to other industries.'' Gatlin holds reservations about the lottery because ''the big winners are over publicized" and not enough is said about the thousands who never get anything, but con tinue to give. "The lottery would be more palliable to generate addi tional revenue for the school system rather than tax because the public is totally against that. Reluctantly, I would have to succumb to the lottery when otherwise I'd consider this immoral," he stated. 'Karing Kids' Their Fellow BY PATrY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer For children it's not always easy adjusting to a new school environment, understanding a teacher's instructions, over coming physical handicaps, or even discussing their problems with an adult. Lenore Hoffman, a counselor at Philip Shore Sixth Grade Center, realized this and decided to implement the Peer Facilitators program at the school two years ago. According to Hoffman, "They are an extension of me. They get a lot of the little things done, things that I want done" but which she doesn't quite find the time to do. ''They make my job easier," she stated. "They are efficient kids and very respon sible; I can count on them to carry--aut a task." The 13-member group, which adopted the name 'Kar ing Kids'; does a variety of jobs at the school. During the homewotk hour, Look After Classmates the Peer Facilitators offer tutoring services to other students. According to Hoff man, the benefits of this pro ject work both ways. "Some, by helping others, helped improve their own per sonalities," Hoffman stated. "It helped them build self esteem.'' Karing Kids also spend time reading stories to the kindergarteners, who are also housed at the school. "The kids (kindergarteners) love it, and they (the Peer Facilitators) love bei}lg with them," the 35-year-old counselor stated. The group of helpers also serve as guides when guests visit the school directing cars to the parking area, open ing doors, and providing friendly greetings. "I received a lot of com pliments (after one recent meeting held at the school). The guests were impressed," Hoffman exclaimed. "They were tickled to be greeted and (Continued On Page 2-B) Maria Jimenez and Cindy Hess work on a project for the Town and Country Convalescent Home and Hospital residents. Richard Hall share a story with kindergartener Michael Dye. Richard Hall works on the New Student Bullethi Board.


' fl.l c: e c, I "Karing Kids" (Continued From Page 1-B) shown such mariners." When new students transfer to the school in the middle of the year, Karing Kiqs are there to show them around and help them become familiar with their schedules. LENORE HOFFMAN According to Hoffman, this is just "one step warmer" than what school officials do when accepting new students. ''The new student board (which displays new students' pictures in the school cafeteria) helps them feel more welcome because the entire student body learns their names quickly," Hoffman exThere is also the Karing Kommentary, a newsletwhich comes out once-a. The main feature is the IALAC (I Am Lovable : And Caring)' column. ''There is a box available in the cafeteria for the kids to write notes about problems they or having, or whatever is on their minds," the Philip Shore counselor explained. The letters are answered each month in the newsletter. And lastly, Peer Facilitators help Hoffman (who is a Red Cross sponsor) make special ects for the senior citizens Town and Country Convcu'"'>'-'"u Home and Hospital. According to Hoffman, ng Kids volunteers receive -counseling training in to learn how to listen summarize another child's feelings. "Karing Kids has spread the school, and the kids now make their own ar among themselves for someone who wants to Hoffman revealed. "They work out any problems among themselves," but for complicated situations refer to Hoffman. "A lot of kids carry this training over into the home," she exclaimed. With the help of a $250 from the Junior League of Tampa, a non profit women's volunteer organization, Hoffman has bought several supplies for the project such as a camera and materials for decorating the bulletin board : ''The mini-grant has really ped to get the Peer Program blossom Hoffman stated. "I do CILPPJrecJJate the mini-grant." As for the students, she : "The kids are doing a job. I'm proud of Price .is noobiect! We'll fit you into our plans for as little as for 3 roonls of decorator-coordinated in your choice of contemporary, co\onial or traditional! If money has been the only thing standing between you and your dream home, wake up to a beautiful reality! Thanks to our low prices and our favorable terms, you can furnish your living room, dining room and bedroom in the style of your choice for as little as '49 a month! Payments vary with groups selectecf.' EXAMPLE, $49 a month buys: A luxurious sofa, chair and two end tables Plus a dreamy six-piece bedroom grouping And a seven-piece di nette For Only Fri. -Sat. Only 9.99 Phone: 623-5483


THE SUNDAY SCHOOl. LESSON BY REV. A. LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church Faith Wrestles With Suffering ......... Job 20-21 With Willie gone, Stella's equivoca-lly stated: "For life seemed to move from bad know that my Redeemer to worse. Not only was there liveth, and that he shall stand great trauma 'in the family, at the latter day upon the especially with the children, earth. And though after but the finances collapsed skin worms destroy this body, altogether. The bill collectors yet in my flesh shall I were moving in like vultures. God." The project housing authority All of us in our distress threatened eviction. There was desire some word of mercy little Stella could do to stop from those who are -.v'""""""' their threats and phone calls. friends and most of all FAMU GOSPEL CHOIR ------...... Stella's church family tried want mercy from God. out as be;t they could. Job's case, he like us wanted a But ,they had own proword o' mercy. He knew that blenis and very little money. he was not perfect but ..,., r,..,. one sister finally suggested he desired. In spite of it all that Stella put the kids in a day believed that he would see care center and look for work. Redeemer. Gospel music; the kind that pus of Florida A&M Univer gives one that closer-to-God sity during the 1957-58 school feeling, emerged on the camyear in Lee Hall Auditorium. Real Estate Advisor (Home,Land,Lots,Commercial) Free Consultation Look Around' first, But See Me Before You Buy. let Me Help You Find A Mortgage That You Con live With. No High Pressure Solespitch. Licensed Salesman Call Today And let's Talk, There I!> Absolutely No Charge! -6193 Or 879-1933 Ofc. licensed Under Herb Fisher Realty, 154 S. Dole Mabry, T By Joe Black Black America and Black Anlericans have not been enjoy the fruits of a "better life" these past few years. But we must not be hasty and blame all of our troubles on President .Reagan. No, he is not blameless. but I remember a biblical ., that tells us to let he who has not sinned cast the rst stone. There's no denying that the budget cuts will have a nega tive effect in the Black community. However, that does not mean that we must despair and throw our hands in the air. I say that it is time for Black adults to have the intest_inal fortitude to stand up and face reality. We must stop wastmg time and energy talking about racism and use that time to tell each -other that the Lord helps those who help themselves. We must face up to the fact tl}at welfare is slavei?' .. _.,,._ people give up freedom ; pnde and Im tiative for a check. The government is not obligated to take care of us. Black people problems and survived before President Franklin D. Roosevelt introduced the National Relief in 1934. Black people have overcome their trials andtribLUo'u'"'""' in life through pride, initiative and the work ethic. Of course. they needed and accepted assistance. But they did not accept it as a way of life. lbday Black adults must stop our problems from a negative standpoint. We can help our selves -more of us can take a job while we are looking for the Our youths must not be made to believe that because they inner-city schools they are not academically competent. males must accept their responsibility as fathers so the family can be strengthened. My friends, we must db for if we ever hope to make it to the promised land. J&eHiack Vice President Greyhound Corporation J. D. Olds was founder of the choir. Because gospel music was not generally accepted on the campuses of black colleges and universities, th.ose students who wanted to sing t}lis kind of music were often denied use of the institution's pianos, organ and other facilities. During the 60s, the Pentecostal Student Council took the responsibility of presenting the gospel program and the gospel group on the FAMU campus. The Council presented the Caravan and the FAMU Gosepl Choir with Mrs. Betty Sanders, first direc tor and Sarasota's Henry L. Porter, who is known throughout the bay area, first student director. The F AMU Gospel Choir will be in concert in Tampa on Sunday, April28, at 3 p.m. at College Hill Church of God in Christ. The program is being sponsored by Unlimited Gospel Expressions and sup ported by the F AMU Alumni AssoCiation. 0 Perhaps, the first spirited transformation of the (Jospel Choir took place when Robert Price joined as Minister of Music and began to assist with new vocal arrangements and original compositions. This music pattern was continued by s u bseq uen t ; !llinis t ,ers Lowell Lampkin, Helena (Jones) Barrington, former Tampan; Oratius Williams and Anthony Siders. Today, Gilbert Walker directs the gospel choir in traditional and contemporary gospel music. Nathan H. Grigsby is the current student director. But what kind of work Job has angered his friends could she do? Like many of with his denial of having done her neighbors, Stella's educaanything contrary to the will tional and work experiences of God. He stood steadfast were minimal. Sh_e knew the and declared that he had not Lord and His Word. She was sinned. He could not convince an excellent mother and a his friends for they were just devoted wife. But who pays like many today who will for 'those skills these days? always believe the worse. So For the next few weeks after instead of comforting him, the shooting, Stella !'Wresthey condemned him for his teled" with God about her predicament. situation. How could He let There is something to be this happen to her and her learned from the suffering of children? It just wasn't fair! the righteous, for one thing we Sometimes Stella got angry learn that God can and does especially when she thought manifest his wonderful works about rich folk, the people she through suffering. We see fur saw sitting in fancy restaurants ther in this story that Job and dress shops while she was believed deep in his heart that on her way to the welfare ofhe was right. His conscience flee. She didn't know a lot would not let him simply agree about economic theory, but with the crowd and die. Again, she knew that some of those we that Job's story is not people got their money at the one of agony and defeat. cost of others. Why does God There are lessons of faith, 'allow them to prosper and hope and courage all along the leave the poor to suffer? Stella way. Even in times of suffer was too afraid to even think of ing we must remain faithful to this question, but in her heart what we know is true and God she wanted an answer. As we will honor this commitment. delve into this Scripture we are Often we look at the wicked seeking to find an answer toand all we see is their prosperi Stella's question Job had the ty, they seem to have it made. same kind of when But then we look at the he experienced tragedy The righteous and see the opposite general view at that time was and we wonder how a just and that the wicked would last onrighteous God can tolerate and ly a short while. But Job had permit the 'Wicked to prosper another observation one as many of them do? This was that shocked and outraged his Job's dilemma, it is our dilem friend Zophar Let's listen rna. Prophet after prophet had again to the Word of the Lord to deal with the same idea as in the Book of Job. they struggled to reveal to Often, in the midst of our their people the love, care and dire situations well meaning concern of God. friends come to comfort us, It is to Job's but if they are anything like credit that he kept his trust in Job's friends we do not need God. "Even though the wick them. Instead of encouraging ed prosper we are not to Job, they accused him of havfollow their counsel. Rather as FIRST SOLO ALBUM ing sinned secretly, of being a followers of our Lord we must Sunday's program is certain hypocrite and that no matter never be so envious of the to have music from the choir's what Job said, the truth of the wicked as to take their first solo album He Will Bring matter was that if you do not counsel. Job, even in his state Us Out, soloist Anita prosper, it is because you are of afflictions, knew Franklin. The 25-year-old wicked. than to follow this route. choir has worked on other Nevertheless, Job retained What would we do in such a albums with different artists, his spiritual \ntegrity and untime of testing, would we take but this is its first solo venture ------... ---the line .of least resistance and The album was recorded live he has contributed to the follow the counsel of those in Lee Hall Auditorium during 'choir. One dollar from each who refuse to acknowledge the Annual Spring Gospel album sold will go to the God? God forbid that we Caravan. The album is Ethiopian Crisis Fund and should ever turn our backs on to J. D. Olds another dollar will be conGod, rather we should trust because of the 25 years of tributed to the F AMU CentenHim in times of pleasure as devotion and hard work that nial Campaign. well as in times of > = Q, .. s = 1'1} I"C


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In bowl, mix chopped pecans, cheese, bread crumbs, sage, salt, and pepper. In pie plate, beat egg and water slightly. Coat chicken with some of the nut mixture, then dip in egg; coat with remaining nut mixture. 3. In 12-inch skillet-over medium-high heat, in hot bvtter or margarine and salad oil, cook chicken, 2 pieces at a time, 2 to 3 minutes on each side, until just dQ[le. 4. To serve, place chicken on warm platter. Garnish with reserved pecans. Makes 4 servings. Skillet Pork Chops 2 tablespoons salad oil 4 pork loin blade or sirloin chops, each cut .! incb thick 1 medium-sized onion, diced IV2 cup water Y'2 teaspoon salt Y2 teaspoon chicken-flavor instant bouillon pep.J.)er Y2 cup mlH(;! 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour About 40 minutes before serving: 1. In 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat, in hot salad oil, cook pork chops and onion about 20 minutes or until chops are well browned on both sides and onion is tender. 2. Add water, salt, bouillon, and pepper, stirring to loosen brown bits from bottom of skillet; r.educe heat to medium low; cover and simmer about 10 minutes longer or until chops are fork-tender. Remove chops to warm platter; keep warm. Skim fat from liquid in skillet. 3. In cup, stir milk and flour until blended. Gradually stir flour into simmering liquid in skillet. Cook, stirring freque'ntly, until gravy thickens slightly. Serve gravy with chops. Makes 4 servings. Mushroom Rice 2 tablespoons butter or 2 cups water margarine ( Y'4 stick) 1 teaspoon salt salt Y'2. teaspoon ground cumin About 20 minutes before 1 cup regular rice serving: Y2 pound mushrooms Cut each potato in half. In 2 tablespoons butter or stick) 12-inch skillet over medium 2 t!lblespoons chopped parsley heat, melt butter or About 40 minutes before serving: margarine. Arrange potatoes 1. In 3-quart saucepan .over high heat, heat water, salt, in skillet, cut-side dow!'; cook and cumin to boiling. Stir in rice; heat to boiling. Reduce heat until potatoes are golden on to low; cover and simmer 15 to 20 minutes until all liquid is Oven-Fried Chicken Wings Y2 cup mayonnaise 1 tablespoon Worcestershire Y2 teaspoon salt teaspoon seasoned pepper 1 cup corri-flake crumbs 12 chicken wings (about 2 pounds) About 40 minutes before serving: 1. Preheat over to 450 -F. In large bowl, mix mayonnaise: Worcestershire, salt, and seasoned pepper. Place cornflake crumbs on waxed paper. 2. Add chicken wings to mayonnaise mixture; toss to coat well, then roll in crumbs to coat completely 3. Place chicken wings on rack in large roasting pan (about 15'12" by l0'12"). Bake 25 minutes or until chicken wings are browned and fork tender. Makes 4 servings Super-Quick Cooked Carrots Big carrots are the easiest to shred by hand, or do any size in a few seconds in afood pro cessor. 1 tablespoon butter or margarine 1 tabespoon packed brown sugar 4 large carrots, coarsely shred ded (2 cups) Pepper to taste Stir butter and sugar in a medium-size heavy saucepan over medium heat until melted. Stir in carrots until glazed Cook 1 to 2 minutes, stirring constantly, until car rots are crisp-tender and :heated through. VAL Hot Slaw With Poppy-Seed Dressing cup salad oil Y'J small head green cabbage 0-'4 pound), thinly sliced 1 large carrot, shredded 1 small onion, minced cup cider vinegar 4 teaspoons sugar 2 teaspoons poppy seeds 1 teaspoon salt About 20 minutes before serving : In 5-quart Dutch oven or saucepot over medium-high heat, in hqt oil, cook cabbage, carrot, and onion until cabbage is tender-crisp, about 5 minutes, stirring oc casionally. Stir in vinegar, sugar, poppy seeds, and salt; cook 2 minutes longer. Makes 4 serv f hgs. Mozzarella Zucchini Spears 3 small zucchini (about 6 ounces each) 1 tablespoon salad oil Y2 teaspoon salt teaspoon basil 2 ounces mozzarella cheese, shredded (Y2 cup) About 20 minutes before serving: 1. Cut each zucchini lengthwise into quarters. In JO-inch skillet over medium low heat, in hot salad oil, cook zucchini, salt, and basil until zucchini is lightly brown -ed and tender, about 10 minutes1 turning occasional ly. 2. Sprinkle zucchini with mozzarella cheese; cover skillet and cook until cheese melts. Makes 6 servings. (Continued On Page 6-8) NOTICE!! BAR-B-QUE KING 3501 E. Hillsborough 238-9024 the bottom. Reduce heat to absorbed and rice is tender. low; cover and cook 10 2. Meanhile, slice mushrooms. In 2-quart saucepan over P minutes longer or until medium heat, in hot .butter or margarine, cook mushrooms OPEN ON SUNDAYS 2 P.M. UNTIL 10 P.M. potatoes are tender. Sprinkle until tender, stirring occasionally. Keep warm potatoes with salt to taste. 3. 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County Voters To Polls On Go Back May 14 City Attorney ays ouncil Member Didn't Violate Charter Hillsborough County voters will finally get to elect five new county commissioners on May 14 in an election that was originally scheduled for the fall of 1984. The election of these commissioners will com plete the implementation o( the County Home Rule Charter adopted in 1983. The Charter changed the county commission from five seats elected countywide to three countywide seats and four single-member district seats. The four sibgle-member seats (Districts 1-4) and one of the countywide seats (District 6) are be.ng filled on May 14. Each voter will be qualified to vote in two commission races, the single-member district representing his part of the county and the countywide District 6 race. The candidates elected that day will take of fice on May 28th and join cur Commissioners Jan Platt Rodney Colson. School Board. The School District is seeking voter ap proval for the instance of up to $96,000,000 in general obligation bonds to finance numerous school plant pro jects including the acquisition of four new school the construction of six new schools, and remodeling and additions to many existing schools. An additional bond issue not to exceed $1 ,800,000 and earmarked for the con. struction of six stadiums at four current and two new high schools is being shown separately on the ballot. Within the Tampa city limits, the final item on the May 14th ballot will be a referendum on proposal to amend the City Charter to in crease the number of members on the Zoning Board of Ad justment from 5 to 7. Absentee ballots for this election are now available and can be ordered by calling the Hillsborough County Elec ST. PETERSBURG The St. Petersburg City Charter says City Council members can't give orders to city employees, but that isn't' meant to be .taken too literally, the city attorney's office said Monday. In an opinion delivered at the request of Mayor Edward L. Cole Jr., chief assistant city attorney John Wolfe said City Council member David T. Welch did not breach the City Charter when he complained to city employees about an at tempt to remove some planters in front of his accounting of fice on 1601 6th St. S. The planters were to be removed to make room for a sidewalk. The charter does say City Council members can't give any orders to city employees other than the citv manager, -. Room 195 in the Hillsborough County Courthouse and will be on display at all county libraries. Also on the May 14th ballot two bonds issues proposed the Hillsborough County tions Office at 272-5850. 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The provision is designed to prevent elected of ficials from bringing political pressure to bear on city employees. DAVIDT; WELCH But, Wolfe wrote: "The only reasonable inter pretation of the language is that the city manager has the power to delegate to his subor dinates the authority to receive and to from council members.'' To force council members to speak only to the city manager would be "absurd," Wolfe wrote. City Manager Alan Harvey traditionally has allowed council members to go to department heads with blems, Wolfe .wrote. That' fine, but Harvey should put writing which city ministrators he wants council to deal with, W wrote. Welch said Monday agreed with Wolfe's ruling. "The intent (of tlie plaints) ... was not to vent the City Charter," said. Cole said he agreed Wolfe, too. "I think more get done if a City member is allowed to colm-llii!: municate with heads," the mayor said. Harvey said Monday Welch did not overstep bounds in taking his to officials. 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Court To Rule On Racial Disqualification Of Jurors WASHINGTON -The Court said Monday it decide whether pro may disqualify any juror from a criminal because of the juror's The justices will use a case the Louisville, Ky. area decide whether defendants denied fair trials when pro use such tactics. decision, expected next year, could cur broad power pro traditionally have to strike prospective from trials by using so-ailed ''peremptory ; LEESBURG Virgil D. c wkins, who was the key : in the integration of 's law schools, was .= allowed to resign from the Bar Q Thursday with two more in= competency complaints pending against him. The 78-year-old black wyer from Leesburg has I blicly reprimanded Do valier u n.., .. ..,., .., Political Reforms Haitian President-for-life Jean-Claude Duvalier, in a speech in Port-au-Prince Mon day marking his 14th anniver-sary in power, promised ........... reforms, including the of political par-He also said he would create the post of prime minister, to be named by the majority par ty in the National Assembly. But Duvalier gave few details and several critics were about his intent. 's regime is under from the U.S. Con gress to liberalize his rule of the impoverished nation. The juror-disqualification case centers on the use of peremptory challenges, generally given to both the defense and prosecution lawyers in criminal cases. They are permitted to. exclude a limited number of individuals from the jury without giving a reason. James Kirkland Batson, who is black, was convicted of second-degree burglary and receipt of stolen property growing out of the theft of two purses from a Jefferson Coun ty, Ky. house. Four blacks were among the people called as potential jurors for Batson's trial, but a state prosecutor used four of his six peremptory challenges to four. VIRGIL HAWKINS the Florida Supreme Court twice. The complaints pending against him include a charge that he misappropiated a client's money. In 1949, the University of Florida law school denied Hawkins ad mission because of his race. He earned his law degree in 1964 from the New Englimd School of Law in Boston. In 1977, the Florida Supreme Court ordered him admitted immediately to prac tice in the state, even though he had not taken the state's Bar exam. DENTISTRY Open Faced Gold Crowns, Solid Gold Crowns, Bridge work, Dentures, Pa,rtials, Gum Disease Treated, Silver Fillings, White Fillings, Extraction. I.V. 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Paper To Hire Minority Editors DALLAS -The Dallas Times Herald, which canceled a satirical column earlier this week after protests from black citizens, has announced it will hire two high-level editors and 10 new reporters from the minority community. The announcement came Thursday after newspaper executives met privately for two hours with prominent blacks about the column, Joe Bob Goes tothe Drive-In. The column April 12 featured a parody of the popular famine-relief song We Are The World. The spoof titled "We Are the '' and blacks called it in sensitive and racist. Titpes Herald Editor Will Jarrett said he had set a Jan. I goal for hiring the 12 minority employees. "These steps will address what all of us perceive as an underrepresentation of minorities in our newsroom,' said Tom Johnson, chairman of th' e board and chief executive officer of The Times Herald. "This problem is not isolated in The Times Herald; it exists in many newspapers across the nation. "However, we are deter mined to learn from the lessons of this past week and move ahead in a genuine effort at accelerated progress in af firmative action and improved racial, sexual and ethnic sen sitivity at all levels," he said. "Like most institutions, you ought to listen if people rriake a good case for something and it's right.. .In the case of Joe Bob Briggs' column, they were absolutely right Jarrett said. Dallas County Com-missioner John Wiley Price, who had-requested the meeting, said, "The meeting has been entirely fruitful and productive. We feel we're on the right road now ... We feel that their good-faith effort is something we can rely on. The new plan calls for hiring .an assistant to the editor -or associate editor who will have "senior policy responsibilities" covering all newsroom operations, The Times Herald said. The plan also involves hiring the paper's first minority editorial writer USA For Africa Acts Counterfeite -rs USA for Africa organizers begin a crackdown on who already may have siphoned off $2 million from the rock star supported famine relief pro gram say they will an nounce legal action against at least five Southern California stores they believe have been selling fake USA for Africa T-shirts, posters and other merchandise ''This is only the beginning, says USA for Africa attorney Jay Cooper. "Two million dollars could have been lost in sales. but I'm gonna guess it's a lot more." Authentic USA for AfriCa items are available only by mail, with forms included in We Are tlie World album. 'But Cooper says the goods are being rushed to retailers Cooper also said: CBS records will niake its first monthly payment from record sales to the foundation on May 15. Sales have t opped $22 million, Cooper estimates. 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Performing Arts Centers Announces Premiere Benefit Qu ickly now who do y ou think make s the be s t steak in town ? Th e best cup of c offee? Whe re i s the most romantic re s taurant? Who makes the be s t peanut butter pie? On Saturday, Ma y ll, beginning at 7 p.m., the an swers to these and other qut; s tion s like them will p r o vide the ba sis for the Tampa Bay Performing Art s firs t ever gala benefit. Spon s ored by Gue s t Quarters Hotel, 555 Nprth Wes tshore Boulevard, "The Best of Tampa" benefit centers around a book with the same name that Guest Quarters offers to its guests as a guide to the city. The book takes a light-hearted bu t revealing look at the best Psychic-Spiritualist See Madame Ann For Solution to A If Life's Problems Results where others have failed All Questions Answered 6025% N. Dale Mabry I blk. N. of Hill sborough 875-4697 Tampa ha s to o ffe r in the way o f dining s hopping and nightlife. Using thi s a s a for mat, the "Bes t Of" bene f it will feature 40-50 of the ven dor s cited in the book, who will exhibit their ware s and of" fer their "talents the culinary delight of the guest s attending. The mood will be festive, with entertainers, arcing AUTO INSURANCE Up TO 25" DISCOUNT Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4.SOJ Nebraslca 238-8814 who is serving a life for the murder of Malcolm X. BlackWhite Difference In Speech Seen Widening English spoken by blacks and white s in the United States is becoming increasingly dif ferent, making misunder standings between the races more likely and adding to the isolation of the black poor in large cities, according to a study by a University of Penn sylvania linguist. ''Our results can be seen as signals of the dangerous drift of our society toward a perma nent division between black and white," said William Labov, who headed the three study. Several hundred conversa tions among groups of blacks and whites in Phila<;ielphia were mon i tored under a grant by the National Science Foun, dation. They provide '"an hi dependent and objectiv e measure of this drift in language, Labov said. The have reach ed the poip t t,hat misunderstandings riow are ''more common than people think, (but) we seem to forget them very soon after they happen," Labov said. for example, he said, black Philadelphia ghetto residents use the greeting, "What they say, home?" Whites, hearing the tapes of that expression, did not understand it ....: speci fically. the use of "home" to mean a longlime friend and had to depend upon context for its meaning, Labov said. Labov his latest study to a similar study he did in the late 1960s and conclud ed that despite the use .of standard English on radio and television. ihere is more variance in dialect today, not only between blacks and whites, but also between whites who live in different cities. The study found that local vernaculars in big cities are developing 'faster than in the past.'1 As a result, Labov said, Philadelphia speech differs more than ever from the speech of Boston, Chicago and New York "Secondly," he said, ''we lights, music and plenty of food and drink for guests. Those interested in making ad ditional inquiries should call find that the black residents of Philadelphia a r e not par ticipating in these changes In stead (black) speech pattern i s developing in its on direction and becoming more d i fferent from the speech of whites in the same communities There is reason to think this is true for all the northern citie s Labov suggested that tne key impact of the differences in language is that black children increasingly are at a disadvantage when they begin school. Their teachers speak a different dialect and their books are written in a dif ferent dialect, he said. "The main result of our pre sent research is clear," Labov wrote in the study, "Segrega tion of Black and White Vernaculars, co-authored with Wendell A Harris, a black "Young black children from the inner city who must deal with the language of the classroom are faced with the task of understanding a form of language that is increasingly different from their own," tabov said. He suggested that increased i nteraction between blacks and whites, particuliuly children, W()tlld help both groups in crease their understanding He said the language differences between middle-class whites and middle-class b i acks are niiriimal., although differences in cultural signals. and styles still can cause misunderstand ing. In and other big <;ities, he said, large numbers of .black children in urban ghettos never meet any befc;>re going to school. Labov said that while there are "a growing number of blacks moving into upper working-class and middle class positions the number of black residents in the segregated inner city,i s grow ing, and r elative pOsition of the majority to black community continues .'t o : grow worse.'' In an interview, Labov add ed: "We're toward cities that are half black and "The FBI knew that the murderer of Maltolni X tame out of the Newark mosque-and they didn!t make this information known at my trial ... -Norman Butler Butler professes his innocence and reveals startl_ing abqut the.assassination of the famed Muslim leader Plan to watch -.1 DidrH Kill. Malcolm x as only Tony Brown can present the story behind ,. Bob Elek, 229-7827, at the Performing Arts Center"s offlee. half white, with very little communication between the two ... l We're in danger of forming a underclass, and our linguistic findings reflect that danger.'' 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How can we accomplish this? Mr. Stanley, Hoboken, N.Y." Dear Mr. Stanley: Have sex on your regular schedule for three weeks; then, do not have sex for the next three weeks. During the period in which you have no sex, examine your feelings: How did abstaining affect your rela tionship? Were you still in timate? Could your relat i on ship survive without sex? Did you discover other ways to express your love and affection without sex? You and your partner should, together, answer these questions and modify your relationship ac cordingly. You will probably find qualities within each other that you did not know existed. You can mold your relationship into the master piece that you desire. "Dear Dr. Faulkner: I have not had the nerve to discuss my problem with anyone--before. I respect you and trust you and know that you can help me. My daughter (six years old) told me one day that her father (my husband) had come into her late at night and undressed next to her bed, revealing his penis. At first, he denied it when I asked him about it. My daughter told me about the same thing on three other occasions within the next month Final ly, I made him admit it. But what should I do? He is a gen tle person and a good pro vider Please help me. (Name withheld on request)." Dear Friend: By the time that you receive this letter I will already have contacted you personally by phone and put you into con tact with professionals in your city who can help you with your problem. We have deter mined that your husband suffers from severe emotional in security which is expressed in a desire to return to childhood The need to express himself sexually to someone he loves but who is unlikely to reject or insult him, maturity that has failed to p rogress from childhood, a need to be ac cepted that you are possibly not to the level of his needs and a wealth of per s onality inadequa cies that will be specified when he consents to counseling Your hu sband' s t i onist tendencies can mo s t Facing The Teenage Problem BY KATHY EDWARDS Graduation Festivities Throughout the city and occasion will be worth country, graduation festivities celebrating doesn't mean you are being planned for senior should go hog wild and forget high school graduates your morals. Many graduates will be go-It would be such a tragedy ing on to college, some have for you to walk down. that ai landed jobs, some will be off sle and receive your diploma to the armed forces and others only to end up dead on will be leaving for new heights graduation night because of a in other cities stupid mistake i.e., drinking No matter where they will and driving or strung out on end up or where life will be drugs and driving. Too many taking them, you can believe innocent lives are taken or that all the festivities being ruined each year because of planned for them, they believe these things. they deserve. After all, they've How many of you young spent the last 12 years of their ladies will wind up pregnant. lives in school and now have It certainly will be a night to accomplished a goal that so remember if that happens. many had the opportunity to The choice is yours, the and blew it. sequences are sure, the Sure they deserve a celebraare set before you tion They've worked hard. I suggest that parents This is a giant step in their where their teenagers are going lives. This will be the gateway and with whom. to freedom and adulthood. Teenagers don't go with How many of these car load of pot-heads or festivities will be drug-free and alcoholics. If you're the sober alcohol-free? Just because this one, then you should drive ; I likely be traced to rejection all of you are high, then I sug and the absence of love in his gest you call your parents to childhood : As hard as it may come pick you up. be t o believe, this form of Young ladies if you know behavior seldom leaps to rape you're not on any type birth or even child abu se. Although control and you've got big he may outwardly appear plans for your future, stable, strong a.nd macho, he is away from sexual contact. crying out for attention. He is When you adult things, saying: "please notice me. Am then expect adult results! I good enough to be conAt this point I want to ... ........ sidered a man? My sexual myself perfectly clear. I don organs are the only male iden. condone drinking, drugs or tity symbol." Many people sex before marriage. 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. .. '-' = < t' -= {/l .c = == "3 = I = = 4 Sm_.rt Reasons To Procr .. stinate Procrastination has a bad reputation; it's usually associated with laziness or. poor time management. Yet there are situations where you should "put off until tomor row what you can do today." California psychologists Lenora Yuen and J11ne Burk11, authors of Procrastination: Why You /Jo It, Whai 1o Do About It, offers the following good rellSons to postpone llC tions or decisions; eYou're too tired or overextended. If you went ahead with a task under such you'd probably use bad judgment, make a poor decision or simply have to do the job over again. Acknowledge your limits and take time out when you're frazzled. You don't have enough information to start or finish a project. Going ahead without it could mean wasted effort in the wrong direction, such as filling out your tax return for a fast refund without having all the documentation you need. Or if the job requires creativity and you're totally uninspired, delaying a day or two can give a fresh perspective. You have a tendency to act impulsively If you're angry with her, putting off a meeting for a few days will give you .time to cool down and avoid a potentially self destructive encounter. Similar ly, if someone asks you to do something for her and you say, "sure," without valuating whether you can or to do it, tell the person, "Let me check my calendar and call you back." You find that you sistently put off action in a specific situation. Your delay may be a subconscious sigbal to the whole thing. If you're putting off sending a job application, you may not really want the job. Or if you don't call a new' boyfriend after repeated messages from him, maybe you're ambivalent about pursuing the relation Asking yourself, "Is this what I really want to do?" can help if the required action just doesn't feel "right." Digestive Discomfort Twenty million Americans suffer from chronic digestive problems, the leading cause of hospitalization today. Yet, ac cording to a recent Louis Har. ris survey of 1,250 men and women, there's a stigma at tached to digestive problems and widespread ignorance about such disorders. Sixty three percent of American workers polled said they would feel at ease discussing chest p11ins with supervisors, while only 28 percent would feel very comfortable discuss rectal bleeding. More than half of those surveyed thought that high-level business ex ecutives are more likely to denlop ulcers than most peo although most medical ex consider this to be un-Fash.on Expo St. Petersburg TYRONE SQUARE Sale 8.99 Save 36% to 44% on misses' tops. I \ Orlg. $l4 to $16. Bright summer styles are in: Choose poly / cotton woven camp shirt s with capped or cuffed short sleeves. Sale 11.99 Save 29% to 33% on misses' skirts. Orlg. $17 to $18. Poly/cotton poplin skirts and skirts in pleated, belted and elastic waist styles. Assorted colors. Sale 11.99 Misses' cotton knit tops. Orlg. $17 to $24. Comfy 100% cotton knit tops in v-neck, pierced top, sleeveless and mesh styles. All in summer shades. JCPenney Intermediate markdowns may have IHtan taken. Sale prlcM affective while quantities last. Tampa Tampa Tampa WEST SHORE PLAZA UNIVERSITY SQUARE EASTLAKE SQUARE Pinellas Park Clearwater PINELLAS SQUARE COUNTRYSIDE MALL Clearwater SUNSHINE MALL New Port Richey SOUTHGATE CENTER


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Blaine Bartell, Carlos Freeman and Judy Bethune Faculty Awards Presented DAYTONA BEACH. Bethune-Cookman College recently awarded faculty for achievement in several dif categories. Awarded for Excellence in Teaching wa:s Lula G. Daye, assistant professor of speech communication, in Research Dr. Jake Miller, professor of political scienc e, and for Com. munity Service Dr. Anderson C. Hill, II, Esq., JD/MBA,, instru_ctor of accounting and business law. Certificates of Merit were given to Dr. Ira Rees, associate professor of manage ment in Teaching, Dr. Munir :A. Rahamani, associate pro fessor of biology in Research, and Dr. Roberta Weissman Sappington, associate pro fessor of psychology in Com-Trim Tone 1200 ro THE NIGHTTIME WEIGHT LOSS SENSATION The all natural am i no-acid for mula featured on national TV and radio__:_ Problem pounds disappear effortlessly Reduce cellulite The drug-free alternative to diet ing lose weight and improve muscle tone fast! You may never need to diet again! Aloe Health Center 2269 E. Hillsborough (Eastgate Shopping Ctr.) 237-1575 D AYT ON A Fred Beneb y of Ft. Lauderdale ha s been ap pointed to the position of regional re c ruiter for BethuneCookman College Beneby, a forme r a ssistant managerpersonnel recruiter for Southern Bell, will handle Bethune-Cookman's South Florida recruit i ng operation according to Roberto Bar ragan director of admission s at B-CC. Specifically, Bene by will concentrate on 16 South Florida counties from Dade to Brevard. He will also coor dinate efforts to establish Bethune-Cookman College Continuing Education Extension Centers in the Broward/Dade area Beneby has already started high school recruiting visits. "This is an excellent oppor tunity for me to continue and expand on the work that I started as a volunteer f or the college," said Beneby. Im m e diate recruiting effort s will focu s on student s inte r e st ed i n pur s uing car e er s in the scien c e and ma t hema tics areas," h e added. P e r s ons i nterested i n contacting Fred B eneby s hould call 305/735-2696. The Great Grapefruit Diee" THE OA YTIME APPETITE SUPPRESSANT AND FAT REDUCER The 4 way all natural weight loss formula that is the country! Grapefruit Extract :Fruit enzymes promote fat reduc tion metabolism Glucomannan-Amazing all natural vegetable fiber res tricts fat absorption to g i ve you a feeling of "fullness." Kelp Lecithin, Apple Cider V i negar and 86-To burn and emuls ify fat and flush it out of the system U v a Ursi-A gentle, smooth acting natural diuretic to pre vent fluid retention. Lose weight safely naturally ... and fast CIRCUIT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION NO. 85 3922 DIVISION P ST. LUKE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, INC., assignee of THE CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA Complainant': vs. Lots 17 a nd 1 8 of Blo ck 9 o f M ay's A ddi ti on t o T ampa rig ht of-way for r oad with s treet addre s s of 2422 17th Avenue Tampa, FL TO ALL PERSONS AND CORPORATIONS IN TERESTED IN OR HAVING ANY LIEN OR CLAIM UPON THE LAND DESCRIBED HEREIN You are hereby notified that the City of Tampa, Florida by and through its assignee, St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church, has filed a complaint in the above named. court to foreclose delinquent special assessments with in terest and penalties, upon the parcel of land set forth below, the aggregate amount of such special assessments in 563.00 (Five Hundred and Sixty Three Dollars) with intereSt and penalties, against said parcel of land, described as follows: Description of Land Lots 17 and 18 of Block 9 of May's Addition to Tampa, cording to plat thereof recor ded in Plat Book 1, Page 59 Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida, less that part heretofore deeded to the City of Tampa and recorded at Of ficial R e cord 1054 Pag e 6 6 on Decembe r 1962, w ith s tre et address o f 2 4221 7 t h Ave n ue, Tampa, FL. Dat e o f A ssess ment A m o unt F eb r uar y 1, 1972 ... .. $ 4 35. 00 Septe mber 1 5, 1977 ... 128 00 To ta l. .......... $563. 00 I n a dditi o n to the amoun ts of the assessments on the o f land intere s t and penalties as provided b y law on such delinquent special a s ses s ment s, together with the and expenses of this suit sought to be enforced foreclosed in this suit. You are hereby notified appear and make your fenses to said complaint on before the 30th day of r ....... 1985, and if you fail to do on or before said date complaint will be taken confessed by you and you be barred from thereafter testing said suit, and said eel of land will be sold by der of COUrt for DOIDPliYinelllt of said assessment tlrest and penalties and the costs and expenses this suit. IN WITNESS ,.,.,. .. .,..,.,;;;:;;,;:.; I have hereunto set my ... ,uu 1 and affixed the official seal said court this 13th day March, 1985. CLERK, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT ; By: Eileen Drane DEPUTY


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Little. for one 26. 27. Sign at a Michael .Jackson performanle: Abbr. 28. "Black __ !", 60's '\logan 29. "Till __ freei.es over" 31. Drunkard 33. Black, poeticalh 35. Decomposes, 36. "The River ____ 1973 play JH. Memorable Basic o! mus!, w ,\. r: rnualr.' l! l .IIHCi i i'nr Ability -vs-Popularity Popularity May Get The Job, But It Takes Ability To Get The Job Done Right ... VOTE ABILITY DEMOCRATS INDEPENDENTS REPUBLICANS YOU CAN AND SHOULD VOTE FOR Leonard C A M P B E L L, JR. TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL PREVIEW I Didn't Kill Malcolm Exclusive Interview With Convicted Killer On the eve of the 20th an-time I have wanted to and I niversary of Malcolm X's have hoped that someday we death, the fiery Black Muslim could really get at the truth in leader who was gunned down regards to the case. My two in Harlem's Audubon co-defendants, Norman Butler Ballroom on February 21, and Thomas Johnson, have 1965, Norman 3X Butler, one always maintained their inof Malcolm X's convicted nocence in the case. Even durkillers, was denied parole by a ing the trial, I stated myself New York state parole panel. that they were not involved in Butler has always maintained the killing of Malcolm X. This that he is innocent and accuses is an opportunity to tell the the government of complicity. public and hopefully it may On the upcoming edition of have some effect on getting the TONY BROWN'S JOURbrothers exonerated. NAL, Tony Brown goes inside Butler believes that the Ossining Correctional Facility government was involved in in New York for an exclusive, Malcolm's death because of indepth interview with Nor-several factors. Among them, man 3X Butler, now known as he says, is "the fact that the Muhammad Abdul Aziz, who murderers or the killers of is presently serving a life Malcolm came out of the sentence for the death of the Newark Mosque at that time famed Muslim leader. and they didn't make this in Three men were convicted for Malcolm's murder: Talmadge Hayer, identified also as Thomas Hagan at the trial, Norman Butler and Thomas Johnson. 1Hayer was arrested at the scene of the crime and confessed Butler was later arrested on February 26th and Johnson on 3rd. All three Muslims werei convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. However, in another inter view, Talmadge Hayer told Tony Brown that "for a long formation known at my trial, for my benefit, tells me something about a government complicity." TONY BROWN'S JOUR NAL, the nation's longestrunning and top-ranked Black-Affairs television series, has been sponsored by Pepsi Cola Company for ten consecutive years. Televised on the nation's public television stations (PBS), the program will be seen in this area on WEDU-3 at I P.M. on Sun day, 4128, and Saturday at 3 P.M. on WUSF-16. I DIDN'T KILL MALCOLM" -Norman JX Butler (above), one of three men serving a life sentence for the murder of Malcolm X, was denied a bid for parole by a New York state parole panel shortly before the 20th anniversary of the Black Muslim leader's death. In an exclusive inter'View on TONY BROWN'S .JOURNAL, Butler tells Tony Brown that he is innocent and reveals some startling details about the mysterious assassination. 43. River bamer group 46. "To look 61. Like the the first step to Sahel region success": 2 wds. 62. Ashe or Aaron, e.g. 48. Popular Dutch cheese 64. Colored 49. Nothipg Girls 51. "TheLeaming ", 65. Newcombe or Cornelius Gordon Parks movie, 1969 66. Gold, in Spanish 53. Tete-a-: Fr. Harlem ii' > = Q. l"l'1 :::!. 54. Revels, 67. "All are lst black U.S. Senator created equal" > 55. Astaire 69. 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} l J ,JJ Entert.ain meitt Publisher Asks Forone Hour Of Stevie On His Birthday ORLANDO General managers, program directors and on-air personalities at Black radio stations across the U.S. were asked by Black music trade newsletter uu.1u:.uc Jack Gibson to give Stevie Wonder, a one-of-a-kind birthday present this year. Gibson, known in the Black radio and music industries as "Jack the Rapper": said that overwhelming response to his that all stations play a one-hour salute to Stevie in answer to the South African ban on Stevie's music after the superstar singer accepted an Academy Award for "Best Song of the Year" in the name Nelson Mandela, the Black leader now jailed in South Africa, shows the esteem in whiCh Stevie Wonder is held. "What a fabulous thing it will be on May 13th at high noon (12 p.m EST, 11 a.m .. CST, 10 a.m. MST, and 9 a.m. PST) when all the disc jockeys open their microphones and say, in unison, 'Happy Birthday, dear brother Stevie Wonder' and for the next hour play nothing but Stevie Wonder records,'' Jack told the Orlando televi sion news crew on hand to film his statement on poverty in America. A of South African music executives seeking to tend Jack the Rapper's music convention, "Family Affair '85," being held at the Mar riott Marquis in Atlanta il,l August, were "banned" by the fiesty publisher, who is also campaigning for mack entertainers to record an album for the hungry in America. "Charity begins at home, and there are hungry children right outside the studios where re-cords are being cut for others in the world who share their plight," Gibson said. MUSIC BAN WORKS WAYS Jack Gibson (1.), publisher of "Jack the Rapper, a Black music newslet ter, banned executives of the South African music industry from attending his "Family Affair '85" Black music conven tion scheduled for mid-August at the new Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta, after the state-owned South African Broad casting Corp. put a lid on the broadcasting of music by Stevie Wonder. Gibson, shown here with Black Music Association co founder Kenny Gamble, has asked Black radio stations to play aii hour of Stevie's music on Monday, May 13th, birthdate .of the "world-consious, stand-up" superstar. Se;,tinel's Top lOA/bums* 1. Nightshift ...... ; ... Commodores 2. We Are The World ........... USA For Africa 3. The Night I Fell In Love ....... Luther Vandross 4. Jesse Johnson's Revue.; ......... Jesse Johnson 5. Diamond Life. : ............... Sade 6. Can'tStop Thf Love ..................... Maze 7. Emergency ...... ................. Kool & The Gang 8. Rhythm Of The Night ... Debarge 9. Meeting In The Ladies Room Klymaxx 10. Starchild. : Teena Marie Minority Film Actors: Few, But Better, Roles HOLLYWOOD -As recent!}' as 1980, Bill Duke, a black actor who has since become a director, described the status of black actors in HoUywood as ''struggling for crumbs." Yet last year two movies with black stars "Purple : Ra_in, with Prince, and "Beverly Hills cop, "with Eddie Murphy were major hits. In addition, a serious film with a predominantly black cast, ''A Soldier's Story, will turn a profit. And one successful movie, "The Killing Fields, '' was not only about Asians but also co starred Dr. Haing S. Ngor, a Cambodian who won best sup. porting actor for his role. He was the first Asian to win an acting Oscar since Miyoshi Umeki took supporting actress honors for ''Sayonara'' in 1957. More important, three of the five nominees for 1984's supporting actor award were black or Asian. Have things really improv ed? Or are blacks and Asians still struggling for crumbs? The answer seems to be yes to both questions. Market Forces Cited "Black is beautiful, black is in," says Norma Connolly, an actress who is co-chairman -of the Screen Actors Guild com mittee on affirmative action. "Not on any moral grounds. Because of the roulette of the marketplace. You bave a 22-year-old black kid in a movie that's made $190 million. 'The CosbyShow'is a divine hit. and 'A Soldier's Story' made a pile of dough. It's not conscience that's mak ing things better. It's just the marketplace altering." "I didn't make 'A Soldier's Story'and 'The Karate Kid' to give minority actors employ ment," said Frank Price, the chairman of Universal's Mo tion Picture Group, who developed both movies when he was chairman of Columbia .. 'T made them because I thought they could be strong commercial pictures. 'A Soldier's Story't was very good quality material. It doesn't matter if the cast is black, white, Oriental or Eskimo if the movie will provide a hit." According to Screen Actors Guild figures, 12 percent : of acting jobs in movies and television go to minority per formers, a figure that has not changed much since the guild started compiling statistics five years ago. Roughly 7 percent 248-1921 Whatever You Need Classified Has It. of guild members are black, and black actors get approx imately 7 percent of the jobs. Figures Called Too Low "That sounds fair, but it isn't," says Rodney Mitchell, the affirmative action officer on the guild staff. "One way to gain entry into the guild is to get a job. If don't have a job, you don't get in. So our minority membership figures are artifically low. We feel our membership should be 20 per cent, the equivalent of minority people in the country." Mr. Mitchell added that the problems for Hispanic actors who make up 3 percent of the guild's membership -..., are "equal to those of blacks and Orientals." However, unlike blacks and Asians, many Hispanics can play mainstream American roles, and so the picture is not as clear cut. "A Soldier's Story" is a complex story of black at titudes set against the murder of a black sergeant at a segregated Army camp during World War II. Larry Riley played the guitar-strumming youth from the rural South who was the 'focus of the sergeant's hatred. "What has changed is that the few roles available are better," said Mr. Riley, who is currently playing the Richard Pryor role in a television pilot of the movie "Stir Crazy. "And the vacuous use of black football athletes as comic tqrs is almost over. The use blacks as the back-up ............. -Billy Williams v.-. ..... .. "" up Harrison Ford-is cn;mll:- ing to the real black life of 'Miami Vice' and Street Blues. More Than 1,000 Nominated Of the more than 1 ,000 tors and actresses who have been nominated for A.dtdemy Awards dqring the last 57 years, only 18 were black and 5 Asian. Of the 216 per formers who have won, only 3 .were black and 2 Asian. Yet, two performers from minority groups have won in the last three years. For 1982, Louis Gossett Jr., who is black, took home an Oscar as supporting actor for his per formance as a tough drill sergeant" in "An Officer and a Gentleman." "Things seem to be improv ing, but I have a friend who hasn't had a job in six years," said Mr. Duke, who has quit acting to be.come a television director, with such credits as "Falcon Crest" and "Knots Landing." impossible to relay the overwhelming feeling of frustration and disappoint ment in the black artistic com munity. I quit acting because my roles -couldn't reflect my own experience. My mother wasn't a hooker, my father wasn't a pimp. Those were the roles for blacks." Sees a Change for the Better Five years ago, Mr. Duke, who played the homosexual pimp villain of "American Gigolo, complained that black actors werdnvisible. "If a script says 'lawyer' or 'astronaut,' a black actor isn't considered,'' he said. Now, he concedes that on television, at least -things have changed for the better. "That's because many surveys show black peo ple watch television mote than the average white person, and advertisers realize there is a black audience out there to be sold to," he says. Mr. Duke, like other black actors inter gave particular thanks for 'The Cosby Show" for "giving a voice to the humani ty -of black people." Murphy 'Jokes About Everybody' WALTHAM, Mass. __.. Entertainer Eddie Murphy ,. taunted homosexuals and others protesting his appearance at Brandeis Universi ty who called on him to donate his $60,000 comedy-show fee to the Boston AIDS Action Committee. "Ha," he said onstage at the university Wednesday night before a crowd of 2,000. "Besides, it's only $50,000." About 75 people demonstrated outside as Mur told inside. The protesters had asked Murphy to make amends for his jokes about homosexuals and other minority groups by helping victims of acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Led by members of a Brandeis lesbian and gay coali tion, the demonstrators hand ed out leaflets asking those 'who paid $17.50 each to hear the -. comedian, "Don't buy Murphy's humor." -"I make jokes about everybody,'' Murph onstage.


Entertainment BEHIND THE SCENES ON "BEHIN D THE MASK"RCA / Planet recording artist Greg Phillinganes makes his video debut with the recently released single "Behind The Mask his new solo album PULSE. In addition to Phillinganes the clip includes former Doobie Brother Jeff "Skunk Baxter (pictured left) on guitar and Jackson's tour drummer Jonathan "Sugarfoot" Mof fit. The video was s hot at L.A.'s Lingerie nightclub. Non a Hendryx Delivers A 'Moving Violation' NEW YORK -RCA Records has released "Moving Violations" as the first single from Nona Hendr yz' forth co min g LP. The album, her ird for RCA, is being recorded at the Rig h t Track and Power Station st udio s in New York and is tentatively scheduled to be released in June. "Moving Violations" i s also the title track to the 20th Cen tury Fox feature of the same name directed by Neil Israel (who directed "Bachelor Party and wrote "Police Academy'') and starring John Murray (Bill Murray's younger brother in his film debut), Sally Keller man and Clara (''Where 's The Beef'') Peller. The track was written by Bruce Roberts and NONA HENDRYX produced by Bernard Ed wards, who is producing additional tracks for N9na's album. In addition to "Moving Violations," Hendryx' forthcoming album will feature "Rock This House," a Stone s inspired Hend. ryx original. Three of her favorite guitarists graced the recordjng of this track: the Stones' on Keith Richards, Ronnie Drayton from her backup band and Ed die Martinez, who recently \ g ue sted on Mick Jagger 's and David Lee Roth's solo LPs. "Moving Violations" i s but one of Hendryx' recent involvements in film. "/ Sweat, ''her hit from last year, will be featured in the movie "Perfect," which stars John Travolta and Jamie Lee Cur tis. And Hendryx recently completed a screen test for "The Color Purple," a new movie to be directed by Stephen Spielberg. Washington, D. C. Evictions Subject Of PBS Documentary Porgy And Bess Highlights On LP It started on Broadwa y, but this year Porgy and Bes s came home to the Met. It's taken 50 years to travel those few blocks, but in the meantime, the people of Catfish Row and Gershwin's unforgettable music have become favorites of audiences throughout the world. Thi s month, Philips Classics celebrates Porgy and Bess's homecoming with a first-rate albm p of highlight s featuring the internationally acclaimed singers Simon Estes and Roberta Alexander. Estes and Alexander are currently ap. pearing in Porgy and Bess at the Metropolitan Opera and were heard on the Met' s na tional radio broadcast on March 23, 1985. The highlight s recording, being simultaneously released on LP, ca ssette, and CD, features some of the most familiar and beloved melodies of the American musical theater, including "Summer time, "I Got Plent y o' Nut tin', and "It ain't N ecessari ly So." Alexander pos sesses a pure, quicksilver voice and her ability to convey both the good woman Bess and the not quite-so-good Bes s makes her the perfect par.tner for Estes' Porgy. (He "sang Porgy with the most fervent and mellifluou s of baritones and acted the strenuous role with simplicty and sincerit v Los Angeles Times) SIMON ESTES AND ROBERTA ALEXANDER New Series Of Painting Southern Landscapes Begins May 4 Tampa Bay artist Robert Butler is back with :a second 5-part series of "Painting Southern Landscapes" begin ning Saturday, May 4th at 9:00a.m. on Channel 3. Scenes Jrom the Florida Everglades take shape with the artistry Butler simplifies for the paintingaudience His step-by-step instructions explain how to produce the scenes that have been featured in magazines as well as the Kissimmee Valley Gallery ''Painting Southern Land scapes is a WEDU-TV produc tion Executive Producer, Jim Fitch; Director, John Tucci; underwritten by Grumbacher, Inc.


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