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-r The Alien Is Now Bus Bench Removal Be Sure To Vote .FLORIDA entinel r ; f -I l \ (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) ullefrn 35 Today May 14th! AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY .. ......... 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Published E't:fery Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 47 TAMPA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Comm. E. L Bing Pluns Life Of Leisure (SEE STORY ON PAGE 11) Man Dies After Masked Robbery LOCAL CHURCH SPONSORS FIRST LADY PAGEANT After several weeks of intense activity by three ladies vying for the titl e of First Lady of Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church, the winner was announced at a s pecial program Sunday. : Mary A. Tyron, left, President of the No.3 Usher Board and a member of the Pastor's Aid Board was the winner. Second place honors went to Dorothy McClain, center, Vice President of The Jeffers on Ensemble; and Mrs. Mae Fannie Brown right, President of the No.2 Usher Board and Director .of the Youth U s her Board wa s third (SEE STORY ON PAGE 27) PASTOR'S ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED The Rev. and Mrs. Earnest T. Washington were honored for his six years as the pastor of Greater Morning Star Mis sionary Baptist Church. After a week of evening services, the celebration culminated Sunday afternoon with the ser vice conducted by the Rev. John L. Copeland and the con gregation of Macedonia Freewill Baptist Church of St. Petersburg.

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Gospel Their Money's Worth Get More Than { \ H u I .,, ......._ Concert-goers are o(reri ided by urlho.f GWEN I_IAYES Charge, Faded Roses, Don't guilty of saying, "they sure / 4 ury Sound were r..:Se;:n;t:;;m;e:l Drive Your Mothfr Away and didn't give you your money's ; _:;;grc;q!. The bass as easily many others. ;;; worth." Not so Having missed an earlier < Sunday's Mother's Day con-:, .. songs were flight into Tampa, the Rev. AI 53 cert held at the Expo Hall of There was obserGreen was the last performer filii the Florida State Fairgrounds. tha't had on the show. He did a hurried i= This particular show provided the concert. thrqugh version of his songs, enough gospel music to carry Whoever was in of the however, he and Shirley an individual for days. concession stand t with the other stars Unlike the rhythm and stars, the gospel artists worry about security as readily mingle with the dience. And the audience loves it! audience's participation when they their latest recording I'm Just A Nobody, Trying To Tell Everybody, A bout Somebody Who Can Save Anybody. The lead singer of the group told the audien c e the y ha d be tter get r eady f o r Jesus and th e Revelation in stead of Prince and the Revolut i on Evangelist Shirley C a esar Williams i s known for her ren dition s of so ngs that refer t o mother and her own personal life experience s with No Rober t Dougla s Sr ., Ron Douglas, Kolbey Reeves and Kim Reeves. 0 .... .. .............. SPIRITUAL ADVIS O R i True Psyc h i c B or n Wit h P ower W ill S atisf y You In On e Visft. Has Loved One Turned Again s t You? Are You Unhappy Dis c ou Influenced B y Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Other s Have Failed. Call Today. Weekdays After 5 P M. Anytime On Weekends. 1(813) 677-297' 1 --. THE ALIEN IS NOW THE MIDNIGHT EXPRESS If you are an adult looking for a n after hours club, th e n consider the Midnigh t Express, f o rmerly t he Alie n located o n th e c o r n er o f Scott and Nebra sk a With a ll t he re mod eling, th e Midn i ght Express claims t o b e t o t a lly dif fer e nt with more s p ac e more li ghts, the best sound system and the best videos in the adult business Opening hours will be every Saturda y n i gh t start i ng at .. Midnight and rolling on un t il 6 in the morning. It's a Bring Your OWn Bottle affair with set-ups available in the con cession. Opening date for the new Midnight Express will be Satur. day, May 18, and you are invited to come aboard for the best time of your Ufe.

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; .... .................... ................ Of Young Voters Protest College Student Chooses ; ague Removal Of Shelters And Benches Journalism Over Voice BY GWEN HAYFS Sentinel Managing Editor place in the Southern District of college newspapers, for the first time in Julia Jackson entered years beating out F College newspaper, she stateQ. with the idea of studying year Bethune placed second music is a voice major. the competition among However; her early decision black southern colleges. chaiiged wh(m she reaiized that The member of she may have to teach instead Temple CME Chmch has of joining the circuit, dropped her interest in music "and I don't want to have to as she will be returning in the do that,'' she says. "I chose an fall as a member of Bethune's area that's much more verConcert Chorale. "I enjoy satile." singing," she says, "which is Since she was a small child, the reason I'll be returning to the Arizona who was the reared in Tampa, has always Julia also has an Interest iri loved camei:as. "It was a hobdoing videos. "That's very by that I plan to turn into a popular now and I've learned business," she said of her a lot about the operation desire to one day open a the audio/video equipment.'' photography studio with her the daughter of Mrs. Julia H. brother, Peter Jackson, who is Jackson, Tampa, and Sgt. also a photography buff. (ret.) Henry W. Jackson, Jr. "In other shops; blacks Newark, N. J., said. From left to:right, Jerry Brown, Randy Graham, and Labyron Marshall. aren't really given a chance to When she returns to campus show what they_ can do (in in the fall, Julia expects to "Almighty Judge, restoreth benches so we can fest feet." "Judge Hodges, you took our benches and shelters? Now tells us, where 's the beef?" "Jupge Hodges, ExPresident Nixon gave you a bench. Why take ours. Fight crime instead. '' These. were the slogans hich were printed on placards carried by three young protestors from the League Of Young Voters, as they marched in front of the eral Courthouse on 'Avenue Friday after noon gathering signatures on petitions. They were demonstrating against chief U.S. District Judge W. Terrell Hodges' order to have the bus stop ben ches and shelters removed from in front of the federal building. Hodges claimed that the crowd of people waiting for public transportation created a potential hazard to the jurors entering the court house, by forcing the jurors to .BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer walk in the street. The benches and shelters were removed on Sunday, May 5, by a U.S. Matshal. "I feel a lot of older people who come out here should have someplace to sit, and not have to walk another biock or two (to find shelters and ben ches)," explain ed 19-year-old Labyron Marshall. "It gets hot our here." One bus rider standing nearby, agreed wjth Marshill. "This is my main source of transportat_ion,'' explained 53-year-old Ruby Bland, who works for Daily Processing. "After I go to work and come back, arid after I've done my shopping, I need to sit down." Accordipg to the young man, who plays semiprofessional baseball, "I was shocked he (Judge Hodges) could do something like that. The main function of a judge is to (deal with) crimes, not take the benches wl:iich we are ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR-TW.O PERSONS. MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE, PERSONABLE, NEAT FROM HEAD TO TOE, AND HAVE AUTO. :EX PERIENCE PREFERRED B UT NOT REQUIRED. SALARY PLUS COMMISSION. COMPANY BENEFITS OFFERED. -APPI. YIN PERSON: DAIL. Y 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M. 2 TO 4 P.M. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN 2207 2lST AVE. TAMPA, FLA. -paying our taxes for." Jerry Brown, a 22-year-old college student who also rides the bus, stated: "ldon't'mind .. giving up my time tc;> get them (the benches and shelters) back. They were accommoda tions for bus riders, who wait between 30 minutes and an hour the 9us comes." Brown explained, "Mainly it was the reporters rushing to get to differept stories, who had to make their way But there were no problems (for jurors). Half of them dido 't go ln or out of the front doors, they used the side entry." photography). They're always have gained additional assisting others,;, she explainperience as she does freela,nce: ed. photography and a little At Bethune, Ms. Jackson is feature writing. majoring in TV and Radio Broadcasting, with a minor in Journalism. ''My goal is to become a news commentator and I enjoy writing," the 23-year-old 1980 Hillsborough High School grad stated. She is gaining some experience in the area by being a feature writer for the BCC In former Newsletter, Bethunia and Voice of Wildcats; and she has been a discjockey and radio news reporter for WBCC, the campus radio sta tion. She was pleased to an nounce that the school's newspaper recently won first JULIA Twenty-two-year-old Randy Graham, who is president of. the organization, is hoping to present 500 signatures on a: Th At J N petition atthe next meeting of 1 e I en s 0 w I the Hillsborough Area Authority History For Tee lis i ''With 500 signatures, we ;:r can demand something," the Teens who have frequented teen dances, you,ng black dubs young man stated. "We can the Alien Disco in the Tampa seek hotels, motels and civic press HARTiine's administraPark Plaza can now record the centers to hold da11ces, as was tion to take him (Judge Alien iri their memories as part done three years ago. At that Hodges) to court or negotiate of history, says owner Chester time, fighting and destruction for smaller benches." "Gay Papa" Miles. The Alien of such facilities prompted The petition states that closed its doors to teens nearly managers of local hotels, Judge Hodges' reasons for two weeks ago as widespread motels and civic centers to removing the shelters and benfighting among teens has been raise the rental fees and re ches were "insufficient and the main problem for the past quire so many off-duty r_eflects our judicial system's four months. policemen until young black insensitivity in making deciEfforts to resolve these proclubs gave up. As history sions that affect tax paying blems have been fruitless as inrepeats itself, clubs will once citizens." nocent teens stopped attending again try to sponsor dances According to Marshall, the dances because of fear <>f and be faced with high fees Brown, and Graham Fribeing attacked by young designed to discourage such day's petition drive went well. hoodlums who come from difsponsorship. "The response has been ferent section of town. When adults have rented the positive," Graham silid. "The "Many people say teens Alien for wedding receptions, people didn't know exactly need a nice place to go and banquets, private and public what to do before." something to do. Wrong! If parties, it always asked, Brown added, "We are getteens' main purpose is to fight "why in the world would ting results out of it (Friday's because they come from difanybody spend so much protest), and some kind of ferent sections of town, then a money to make a place so -nice response from the people who nice place to go is not needed. for wild teens? Such a nice agree with what we're doing." If a teen needs something to place should be for adults." Reportedly officials at d -o, then doing school Many of the black teensHARTline, Tampa Mayor homt:work; and a little yard who find fighting a way of)ife Bob Martinez; and NAACP cleaning each day would keep have already been expelled President Bob Gilder are him busy; and on 'the from their local junior or "C working towards replacing the weekends, he would apsenior high school and are now > benches and shelters. They are preciate having a nice place tC> trying to complete their OED into nego!iations with go," Miles explained. requirements through a local Judge Hodges in an effort to Whenever the Alien agency which is funded by the get him to his decision. auditoritun no long provides government, Miles stated. .........................................................

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t SUBSCRIPTION RATES + t -$31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. t PHONE: 248" 1921 ti ............................ ....... The Senate Is Right On Social Security ; o When the Senate recently to go along with i the White House budget by voting 65 to 34 to not limit Social Security cost-of-loving increases, we felt that they made the right decision. We hope the Senate will leave .the cost-of-living segment of Social Security untouched, and urge the House to follow their lead on this crucial issue. Many of our older citizens have Social Security as their only income. These senior citizens want the op tion to be independent. Tbey don't want to be forced into living with relatives or moving into economical but possibly more dangerous neighborhoods. Most of our older Americans are physically hale hearty people. They have strong minds do fit the untrue of old .... -.-. ------__ ...;.--------------------I I Sentinel Recommends Candidates In 1 1 County Commission Races 1 1 Tuesday, May 14th : I I The Sentinel-Bulletin recommends the following candida:tes as: l best qualified for the county commission races on Tuesday, tl4th. This newspaper also recommends to our readers YES vdtes I for the school bond issues and the city referendum I membership on the Adjustment Board. COUNTY COMMISSION: District l Ron Glickman District 2 Pam Iorio District 3 Rubin E. Padgett District4 No : Recommendation I I District 6 : Pick Talley DISTRICT 1 PRECINCTS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 1. a : p 42.42A.42B. 42C, 43, 44, 44A. 448, 45, 45A. 458, 45C, 450,47, 48, 48A, 48B,48C, 480, 48E,48F, 498, 49C, 49E,49F, 49G. 49H 49J. 49K, 49L. 49M. 49N. 490, 51F DISTRICT 2 PRECINCTS : 490. 50, 508, 50C, 500. 51.51 A, 51 B.l 51C, 510.51 E. 51G. 51 H. 51K, 51L I 51M. 51N, 51P. 510, 51R, 52. 52A.I 52 B. 52 C. 520, 52E. 52F 52G ; 52 H. I 52J. 52K. 52L, 52M, 53, 53A. 538, I 53C, 530, 53E. 53F, 53G, 53J. 54 : part of 53H 1 DISTRICT 3 PRECINCTS: 1 B. 9, 10, 11. 11 A. 14. 15, 19, 20, 21. 22 .23,24,27,28.30,31, 32 35 36, 37, 39 40, 41. 49. 49A. 49P, 55 55 A. 5t3. 56A. 568, 57, 57f!>.., 578.570,58, 58C, 62. 62A. 628, 77, pan cl 53H DISTRICT 6 INCLUDES All PRECINCTS I 1 School District Bond Eleetion-$96,000,000Vote "For Bonds''t I School District Bond Elec .tion$1;800,000Vote "For 1 l Referendum, City Of Tampa -To Increase Zoning : 0 1 Board of Adjustment members to seven (7) members-Vote1 ""' I"Yes" I ----____________ J Q., President It is somewhat refreshing to note that there were some great American statesmen in the White House who were humane enough to acknowledge the humanity of Blacks both slave and free. America's second President, John Adams, was such statesman While the record may not be tot> encouraging in terms of positive political acts coming from the Whit e House, President as Adams And (Seventh of Series) well as his wife Abigail, often spoke highly of Blacks and their humanity during the days of slavery. John Adams wrote, in 1775, in commenting on the deter mination of slav..es to be free: "When they could not flee or revolt, the bondsmen kept in touch with each other in many secret ways." "The Negroes," said Adams, "have a wonder-William Raspberry Why Don't Young Get __ ;Married? I CHICAGO -William f -Look a t his In 19, 54, Juilus Wilson, ever the patient o'f "marriageable" professo; ; will lead you (meaning ''employed") IS through his fascinating little and 19-yelii--old men to charts, trying to get you to women of the same age was recall what all of us used to roughly the same among know but what has somehow blacks and whites, with black slipped our rriinds. men slightly more likely to be The subject is the dismaying working. The trend continued increase in single-parent through 1960 (50 "mar households among blacks, and riageable" black men for he'd like you to understand every 100 black women of the how it carne to be. He'll grant same age; 48 "marriageable" the possibility that both the white men for every 100 white "new morality" and the unanwomen of the same age). Then ticipated influence of welfare the two curves started to may be a part of the explanaseparate. By the late 1970s, the tion. But those are by no ratio was 63 marriageable means the whole explanation. (Continued On Page 13') and mentally infirm. We must never forget that only about 5 percent of older Americans live in nursing homes and some of these check themselves in and eventually out. Our elderly helped to build and protect this coun. try and its They fought our wars, cured out sicknesses, strengthened our national treasury and did a myriad of other great things. They are the very foundation of the greatness and grandeur of America. Many did their part with great fanfare while the great majority of them contributed quietly. Regardless of form, each methodwas effective. Now our older Americans need us to stand by them more than ever before in their lives. Costs of food, housing, medicines and other essentials of life : are rising everyday. If the income of those on Social Security doesn't keep pace with the rising cost of liv ing, countless numbers of our elderly will be forced to reduce their standard of living to possibly life threatening levels. Let's not let our senior citizens down. When the final budget is passed, let's make the President keep his campaign promise by not cutting the Social security cost of living. The Negro ful act of communicating telligence among themselves; it will run several hundred miles in a week or a fortnight.". Adams was to the skill fashioned by Blacks in evading the white system in the flight to be free. Oftentimes white masters and policemen would be taken in by Blacks and important messages would be passed on among slaves through songs and travel in the most creative ways. In most ca ses this was true because most whites just did not care to believe that Blacks had the ability to think for themselves. Adams knew better. As Vice-President in 1775, Adams wrote explaining the vicious system of racism which exploited even white workers in northern states. After the American Revolution, some northern states went on to acknowledge Jefferson's great equality creed written in the "DeclaraUon of hidependence." Others did not. According to Adams, it was the economic realities which finally forced the -northern community to rid itself of slavery. Adams wrote: "If Northern employers had been permitted to hold shtves, the common white people would have put the slaves to death, and their masters too, perhaps." White mechanics refused to compete with slaves. It must be noted, however ; that abolition of slavery by no means meant that Blacks would be accepted as equals. As one abolitionist wrote: Even the noblest black is denied that which is free to the vilest white. The omnibus, the car, the ballot-box, the jury box, the halls of the legislature, the army, the public lands, the school, the church, the lecture room, the social circle, the table, all are either absolutely, or virtually denied to him." Adams, long after his tenure as President, served, witho1:1t fee, as lawyer for many fugitive slaves seized in the north. In numerous of his writings, Adams was often displaying a strong sense of intellectual honest in reference to the humanity of Black people. In reference to "Boston Massacre", Adams wrote: ''Not the Battle of Lexington or Bunker Pum, not the sur( Continued On PageS)

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........................................ [_MY l Today, May 14, is Election Day. Let us take a few moments to tell it like it i$. First, in our country presently we have three poli ticai parties: 1) Republican, 2) Democratic, and 3) Independent Parties. Second, since, we are in America, the "home of the brave," we do have a choice. We have a choice to belong to or be a member of any one of these parties that ourlittle hearts desire. Third, since we do have a cltoice, it js only fit ting to exercise this choice, then, exercise the action and the motion to carry out one of the greatest responsibilities to insure our political freedom. Only in America, ladies and gentlemen, do we have not on ly the riggt to vote, but also the courage not to be ashamed of our choice to belong to any one of the aforementioned parties. For proof, we 'don't VIEW Dun 'i Forget To Vote! Democrats making it public knowledge who they actually voted for in the presidential race of 1984. Meaning, they perhaps by now may feel ashamed by the cur rent political decisions of the present administration, but, they're still not telling. Besides if they didn't feel that they were financially secure and their jobs were intact, they cer tainly would have voted the other way. Anyway, what's so good about livirig in America is the freedom to do this, the freedom to do that. More important is the to think out loud (without -Today is an election day in slan dering, of course) even at Hillsborough County. And it our polling places. Let not is very important in two be fooled or lead to believe respects. that our only voice is the This election is important Democatic Party. because the first black in the While not advocating history of this county w,ill be anything, let us become more elected to the Hillsborough politically aware and Board of County Commisknowledgeable that we can sioners. And secondly, this MOVE STOP vote outside our various election is important because it NOT THE-SHELTERS political party(s). For too could well shape the future of One of the hottest issues in long, we have been a prediceducation in this county. Tampa right now is the table bunch of people and _The first black county comremoval of bus benches and voters. We need to upset our missioner will come from shelters from in frol)t of the own power structure : -District Three where the downtown United States Post Loyalty to a political party Florida Sentinel Editorial Office and Federal building. is one thing. Ignorance is Board is recommending Rubin United States District Judge, another. Ask me about it. Padgett. Padgett has for years W. Terrell Hodges ordered the Anytime In both cases, "the been active in political, social, _. benches and shelters removed truth is the light." When we civic, educational and the because it interfered with the vote, we hire politicians. economic affairs of both the free passage of jurors going in When they don't do the job we Ignorance; Greed Destroying Tampa Politics It is no laughing. matter that districting, under the present only 12 percent of the system; Blacks have been registered voters bothered to rendered less powerful than """ vote ih Hillsborough County's they were, politically, under past two elections. It has been the old at-large method of estimated that the percentage electing. Locally, Black w.hich will bother to cast a political and economic activity ballot today will not be any now provide fertile ground for better. To say that the ensuing approaches outside of the County Commission to be entraditional order. There may cumbered -will be well be substance in the rumor democratically structured is that Minister Louis Farrakhan really the joke of the century. of the Nation of Islam plans to Then too, in the second make a big push here to ac primary which reflected even a tivate Blacks in the bay area. poorer percentage at the polls, Farrakhan is hailed by n;tany Hillsborough Co_unty as thenew hope for America's elected another of itS school Blacks because of his fresh board members. It could weD -and effective ideas. The be said that here in this comMuslim leader recently munity, a segment of governnegotiated a $5 million loar. ment reflects a political from Libya for Black aristocracy rather than a -economtc development: poliltical democracy. Blacks here in Tampa would Why an aristocracy? be foolish, indeed; to ignore Whenever the masses of the any gesture coming -from people are discouraged from Louis Farrakhan. pruticipating in the political Black political participation process, the democratic prohere in Tampa has been fur cess has either been raped by ther blighted by the dismissal the greedy or a veil of ig-of the Warren suit. Another norance has prevailed. factor, negative factor, which : somehow over the masses. has evidenced itself, and such Such can be well defined in the iscolor blinded is the on politics of Tampa by simply surpation of the system by researching over tlie past three special interests busines!; or four years. financial contributors. This is Two developments, two negatives here reduced county politics to this low state of af fairs. We must remember that the low percentage of voter turnout in the last two elec tions is the worst in the history of this body poiitic. The bribery scandal which saw Hillsborough County send two of its commissioners to jail penping appeal has bad a gegative effect on the political process. Also equally as damaging is the result of the districting hassles centered around the legitimate claim by Blacks of lack of political representa tion. While getting some resemblance of single-member especially true, a trend, in these newly emerging Black single-member districts. All across Florida and the South, in particular, through dollar diplomacy' white business and other establishment interests are controlling such districts by selecting the Black of their > choice through campaign c;on-= tributions. It does not take a = genius to follow that such .:L elected Negroes will be nothing more than puppets for I those who provided the money. Here, it could be ob-:. vious that Blacks would ref main unrepresented despite e;. the factor of a Black face in office. 5: City of Tampa and and out of the upstairs federal hired them to do, we fire them Hillsborough County. courts. the same we hired them. party they (politicians) belong Also on the ballot is a 96 That bus stop is one of the At the polls. No matter what to. So, get up, get out, go vote Ignorance, yesignorance of g. the system and how it = operates, will be a painful factor to acknowledge for a long time to come. This is true, my friends, among and beyond million dollar bond issue that largest in the City of Tampa and Be (as our is. earmarked for improving with connections going to all same number of people are teenagers say). JUST VOTE school facilities. The money spots of the city and county. meeting at that bus stop since and make your political conwill be used to renovate some So many people are at that bus the shelters were removed as tribution for the most schools and construct others. stop in the early morning and --were prior to the removaL qualified candidate. As many :;chools as we have in the evening until all of them They are still stand-Peace Be Unto You. Hillsborough County, we are could not sit on the benches or ing and sitting all over the still faced with overcrowded get under the shelters. place, and they still interfere NOTICE OF INTENTION classrooms in this fastly growI disagree with Judge with the passage of foot traf1'0 REGIS'JER FICTITIOUS ing county. Hodges. It was not the shelters fie TRADE NAM:E In addition, many of our or the benches that may have If such a problem exists at schools are outdated and need created any traffic problem the downtown bus stop, then NOTICE IS HEREBY to be r emodeled 96 million for jurors, but rather it was move the bus stop not the GIVEN that the undersigned the Black community, itself. White Americans, the majority of them have been so-called politically free for centuries. If they have not arrived to _the point of effectively intellec tualizing this American democracy, how long will it take Blacks to overcome? Black American (Continued From Page 4) dollars ma y seem like a lot of the n'umber of people who shelters. The problem is still Terri' Cowen, intends to money, but in reality it isn't. congregate in the area to either there and the shelters are ,gone register the fictitious trade render of Burgoyne or C orn When vou consider t he needs c atch a bus o r just chat. BELATED HAPPY name, T's LaUniqueHilir walls were more intpor t a nt of oui children in t erms of No Judge, it is not the benMOTHER'. S DAY Designers, with the Clerk of e v ents in American history education, the money is a mere ches or the shelters that caused I would like to t ake this optbe Circuit of Hillsborough than the battle of Kin g Stree t drop in the bucket. t he problem. portunity to wish to all County, Florida, Pursuant to on the 5th of March, 1770. If you have not already The real issue is not the Mother's a belated 'Happy Section 865.09, Florida Adams was about the voted, then go do. so now! It is physical removal of the benMothers Day.' I certainly hope Statutes, 1953: that the underheroics of Crispus Attucks and important to be part of this ches and shelter but the that the day was special and signed intends to engage in the others who died at the hands historic election and at the audacity of the judge to have enjoyable for all of you. bu5iness of Beauty Salon, at of British soldiers that wintry same time provide a good them removed. Mothers are such special peo2704 N. Howard, Tampa, Sunday afternoon in Boston. education for the children in So Judge Hodges the real ple until everyday should be Florida. Attucks became known as "'= Hillsborough County. problem rests with the bus their day. I do not believe that Dated this 13th day of May, the firsCto die in the cause of The polls will be open until stop being there and the fact the celebration and the 1985. American independence and t"r'l 7 p.m. today, Tuesday, May that so many people have to publicity that Mother's Day Terri Cowen freedom. Yes, Crispus was ........ -.......... get--a .. busat .. that .. spot.The .... ............................ SoleOw .. n.er ... Biliaicki (.tiobeciontinueid.) .......

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.................................. .... .. .. ........ ...... .. .. ; In Attendan;e At The Lily White 50th Anniversary Convention .... The Saint Matthew Missionary Baptist Church Mass Choir. Deacons D. Walker, 0. L. Young, R. A. Mapp, F. Carter and C. W. Fowler. ;...l Johna B.--Andrews and Sonia Battey at the Margamer Harrison, Odessa Roberts and Viola Scrivens of Clearwater, and Dorothy Payne I.!) Annual State Councils Luncheon. of Apopka at the Annual Saturday Morning Breakfast. .............................................................................................. ..m

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Grace T. Bowden Is Recipient Of Fisk University President To Speak At 0 Charmettes Humanitarian Award Pinellas County Urban League Dinner > ,:< On April 28, the lovely and loveable Mrs. Grace Timmons Bowden was the recipient of The Charmettes' Distingui::;h ed Humanitarian Service Award. This honor was bestowed upon Mrs. Bowden during the enchanting Miss Jr. Debutante Coronation Ceremony. In ad dition to this award, the Eleventh Annual.:l985 Jr. Debutante Souvenir Journal was dedicated in her honor. This mark of distinction was conferred upon this "Cham pion of Humanitarian Services by the ladies of The Hillsborough County Chapter because of her great commit ment to mankind. There are many who say that they believe in helping the fellow man. That is a fine thing to san but placing those beliefs into action is a true test of commitment, love and con cern. Grace knows no class or caste, no social stratification whatsoever. She only knows and responds to need. She is love in action, and she is in-GRACE T. BOWDEN deed her brother's keeper. Grace is a native of Crystal River. She moved to Tampa at the age of eight. She attended Lomax, Booker T Washington and graduated from Middleton Senior High School. She earned the Bachelor of Science and Masters of Education Degrees from Florida A&M Univer sity. Presently, she is Dean of Students at Franklin Junior High School, member of AKA Sorority and Beulah Baptist UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH FJder Henry H. Hunt, Pastor 3111Ybor CHURCH 9TH ANNIVIRSARY May 16-19,1985 Theme: "Bless This House 0 Lord We Pray: Keep It Safe By Night And By Day. Thursday, May 16th 7:30: FJder R. Roaen a CoaarqatJon BETHANY M.B. CHURCH friday, May J 7th 7:30: FJder C. Shepperd A Congregation EVENING START ABERNACLE Climax 3:00P.M. Dea. E. D. Powell: Sunday, May J9th: FJder W. L. Webb A Congregation FRIENDLY M.B. CHURCH Interim Chaitman/Deacon Board Sis. Lenora Thornton: Chairpenon/Trustee Board Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church 2628E. Lake Ave. To Observe The Pastor's Sth Anniversary May 14, 15, 16 And 19, 1985 7:30P.M. Nightly Tues. Mt. Olive P.8. Church, St. Petenburg ELDER CARL RHODES, Pastor, Wed. GreaterMt. Moriah P.8. Church ELDER CLARENCE WARREN, Tltur. New Mt. Zion M.8. Clturclt ELDER LESTER CARTER, Pastor Sunday 11:00 A.M. 1\ ILDfR N. GOODIN ... S,.aker ST MARY PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH, Tallab-flder Joseph Jefferson, Jr. Pastor Sun. 3:00P.M. Lovlnfl Hill P.8. Clturclt ELDER CLAUDE HOLMES, Pastor St. James P.B. Church, Mulberry ELDER ALVIN TYSON, Pastor 6:00P.M." Greater Friendship M.8. Church REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor SIS. EMMA J. HEARNS, Publicity Chairman ST. PETERSBURG The Pinellas County Urban League will be sponsoring its seventh Engaged To Marry BERTHA BAKER Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baker announces the engage ment of their Bertha to Mr. Vicente Lopez, Jr. The prospective bride is a teacher at Leto High School. The pro spective groom is employed by the City of Tampa. The wedding is planned for July 27, at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. annual Equal Opportunity Day Dinner on May 17. This is the League's major annual fundraising event. The success of the dinner is crucial to the Urban League maintaining its programs at their current levels of service. At the present time, the Urban League receives about 650Jo of its general fund ope;ating budget from United Way. The remaining 35%, ap proximately $73,000, that is needed to support their cur rent programming efforts, must be raised by the League from the local community The needed funds will support core Urban League services, such as job placement assistance for the unemployed, tutoring assistance to help LPN students and graduates enter a rewarding health career field, pre-employment orienta tion workshops to teach unemployed people how to ob tain and retain a job, home weatherization for low in come, elderly and ped people, voter registration services for eligible Pinellas County residents, and a Black, on-Black Crime Prevention 10"" Program to help the black < ... community implement 1"measures to reduce crimes in their neighborhoodli. James 0. Simmons, ex ecutive director of the Pinellas County Urban League, in dicated that he is optimistic that this year's dinner will be a huge success. "There are many people and businesses in Pinellas County that share the Urban League's concern for the less fortunate residc:nts among us," he said. "The community has supported our efforts in the past, and I am optimistic that this year will be no exception," he said. The keynote address will be delivered by Dr. Henry Ponder, President of Fisk University. University is one of the oldest and most prestigous predominantely black educational institutions !I in the nation. Founded in Nashville, Tennessee, the year g after the Civil War ended, Fisk : was the very first black univer[ sity to gain full accreditation and the first to be awarded === university status. fD The dinner will be held at C the Las Fontanas Restaurant, 1:1 15481-49th Street North, Clearwater (behind the Clearwater /St. Petersburg airport), i commencing at 8 p.m. Tickets z. are $50 per person and, ext!!l eluding the cost of the meal, are a tax deductible donation. c$ Tickets for the 7th annual Equal Op}X>rtunity Day Dinner may be purchased at the til Urban League office, located ;;.... at 200-3lst Street South, in St. 1:1 Petersburg. Reservations may a. be made by calling 327-2081. Beauty Fashion & You Workshop I r NEIL LINDSEY May 14th is a very special day for Neil Lindsey, He is celebrating his first birthday. The little man is the son of Francina and Kim Lindsey, and the grandson of Mrs. Linda L. Hills. Institutional Church. Grace is the widow of John Hurst Bowden the mother of John Andrew; grandmother of three, and sister of San;tuel Timmons,New York, N.Y. An Image improving workshop with emphasis on fashion training will be held on May 18 from 10 a.mA p.m. at The Enoch Davis Center, 1111 18th Ave. South, St. Petersburg. The workshop will be con ducted by Dierdre Downing Parks, an international famous model who has graced the fashions of Anne Klein, Liz Claibourne, Sonia Rykiel, Norma Kamali, Gloria Vanderbilt and Willi Smith; shared guest spot on Murphy GRACE MAIY M.S. CHURCH 3901 37th Street Observes PASTOR'S lOTH ANNIVERSARY May 15 Tbru May 19, 1985 Eveiahig Services At 7:30P.M. WED., F.RIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH Of (:learwater ELDERS. D. HENDRY, Pastor THURS.; MORNING STAR M.B. CHURCH, Tampa ELDER EARNEST WASHINGTON, Pastor FRI., MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Of Plant City ELDER J. W. DEERING, Pastor Everyone Is Invited To All Services. ELDER T. J. REED, Pastor in the Morning; runner up Er Mrs. America Pageant; now with Dott Burns Modeling Agency; Tampa; Cunningham Agency, Los Angeles; and ; Cosa Nostra Agency, Paris, France. Special guest will be AI Downing, and there will be a Fashion Show that you can participate in. Workshop Goals: History of Beauty and Fashion, Enhancing Beauty from Within, Building Self Confidence, Health Nutrition and Diet, Make-up and Modeling Techniques, Fashion Trends and much more. For more information, call (813) 327-9674. Sr. JIITIR CLAVIR CHURCH Presents In Concert IMMA GOlDMAN, SoprCino Sunday, May 26 At 5 P.M. At Performln1 Arts Auditorium HCC Ybor Campus Reception To Follow DONATION: $10 00 -, ($S.oo-12 Yrs. &: Under) (Benefit Building Fund) t'Pl Tickets Available From Church Members (223-7098) <: ..

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P-. _1!!1! 111!1! .. c1!1!1. 01!11!. .. ni!! .... in!!!!! ... 's" l!lll!l.lli!SII!IIlta11g"e!ll!l! ... 1!111. s" .eiiiiJ. tll!l.i'IIlll.nll!lg" .IIIIJ 111!11. -.. ""co1111u11111plll!llie te"' "teb11111rates-2s"thAnniversary--. : For Sir Deb Ball Is Talk Of Town Many months prior to the :I "Sir Debonair" presentation ,; Birdie Simpson, chairper ... son of the Decoration Com mittee, conceived the idea of a "park scene" atmosphere for Before the idea was brought to the committee, all of the work of locating needed materials for the setting was done. Bessie Lewis and Birdie, along with Ozie Dew, shopped the affair. for supplies and plants needed -.AARP SUNCOAST CHAPTER From a modest beginning on May 22, 1984, the pending Sun coast Chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) is now composed of 35 paid members. Among those attending the first meeting were Billie H. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Paris Von Lockett, Mrs. Mary Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Darby, Mrs. Roesolia Young, Mrs. Leona Jackson and Mrs. Salley Holmes. At a later organizing meeting, Billie H. Johnson was elected President, Paris Von Lockett, Vice President; Roesolia Young, Treasurer; and Henrietta Peterson, t:l Secretary. e : Activities during the year included addresses by Dr. Nola =5 Allen of USF; Mr. Bill Meadors of Tampa Electric Company; Mr. Joseph Muller, Assistant State Director of AARP; reports 1S from national and regional meetings; and a Christmas visit to the Padgett Nursing Home. All meetings were followed by refreshments and fellowship. The next AARP meeting will be at 4 P.M. on Saturday, May I 18, at the Urban League Offices, 1405 N. Nebraska Avenue. The featured speaker will be Mr. C. Martin Banspach of the c Guardian Group Life Insurance Company of America. The interesting and informated AARP Suncoast Chapter "g press releases are prepared EYeryoae lllaYited. and Mrs. T. J. Davis, who were married in Tampa on 15, 1960, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at home, 6203 Harney Rd. The anniversary party was by their cousins, <: L. Williams and Virginia WJihams, both of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Davis have three children, Vandall Smith, LaShonda Smith and Seementha Huggins. Tampa Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Cordially Invites Th,e Public To Its JABBERWOCK '85 EXTRAVAGANZA "WE ARE THE WORLD" (Talent Production And Coronation) Saturday, May 18, 1985 8:00P.M. Jefferson High School Auditorium Proceeds Will Benefit Delta's Public Service Projects. For More Information Call: 876-6051 Or 876-7980. OI.OifiDINI McNAflf ... Chapter President lfOSA DUHART ... General Chairperson Hillsborough Community College And Unlimited Gospel Expressions Present ''Metamorphosis In Gospel Music" Workshop Featuring Minister Thomas Whitfield Onyx Recording Artist "Hallelujah Anyhow" "God's Way Is Way" Guest Appearance Cassietta George Savoy Recording Artist "Walk Around All Day" Tire Man" c c May 17-18, 1985 Friday 7:30 P.M. Saturday 9:00 A.M. & 7:30 P.M. HCC Ybor City Campus Registration Fee$ J 0 For More Information Call 247-6641 Ext. 378 Or 972-3409

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Commissioner Bing Plans To Of LCISU:re In 1978, E. L. Bing retired sion posts vacated by Jerry BY PA'ITY ALLEN tremendous increase in black ment the board's policy. !< after working 30 years in the Bowmer, Joe Kotvas, and Sentinel Staff personnel hired by the" He also explained that Hillsborough County School Fred Anderson. county." There are now three board of county commis3: System. "I never really had ill e black county attorneys, there sioners did not fire Hickey He was then appointed to opportunity to enjoy my are blacks in the county plannbecause "it would not be become interim vice-president retirement, or evenget a feel ing office, and Hillsborough to the county," to have a at the Hillsborough Comfor it," said the public ofCounty had a black assistant board, a new administrator, i munity College Ybor Campus, ficial, who will soon yield his county administrator. and a new staff. ""' and was appointed to briefly seat over to a newly-elected "I am proud of what this Comm. Bing, who will ofserve on HCC's Board of District Three candidate. "I board has done," Comm. ficially vacate his seat on May Trustees. really intend to get some rest, Bing stated, "in hiring a 28, is also making plans to Finally Governor Bob do some fishing, .and hope to number of blacks, women, some writing. "I have all ......... .,. Graham appointed Bing to fill do some extensive traveling. arid Hispanics." of notes and papers, which one of three county "I think I have had a full He has also seen a change in have saved over the years," Funeral Sprays Y2 price. 1 ih*. .3 in$80 sprays for $40. $60 COMMISSIONER E. L. BING terest in what's happening in writing. sprays for $30. $50 sprays county government," on the "1 am highly appreciative career," Commissioner Bing part of the black community, the reception and the way the for $25. $20 sprays remain reflected. "A number of very Comm. Bing explained. black community in particular the same All family capable younger people are on "There is an awareness that has worked with me while sprays $40 and under the scene who can amply purthere is a lot of action here office," Comm. Bing conclud Deloris the Florist 5808 N_. 40th St. YES! We Can Solve Your Plumbing Problems! Repair Service Remodeling New Installations MICHAEL R. REEVES Electric Sewer And Drain Cleaning For All Yo.ur Plumbing Needs Call REEVES PLUMBING COMPANY 2 38 .. 4348 ICF25588 By Joe Black A group of famous people in the entertainment world came together and blended their voices in song and said: "We are the world We are the children We are the ones to make a brighter day." This unselfish act was motivated by the famine and starvation in Ethiopia. It is a classic example of: "Black and White together, we shall overcome." lbday, I want to remind you of a challenge to Black Americans It is finding a cure for Sickle Cellltait and Sickle Cell Anemia. Why? Because one of 12 Black Americans has Sickle Cellltait; one of 500 Black Americans has Sickle Cell Anemia. Sickle Cell Anemia does not affect ones intelligence, but it can cause growth retardation, leg ulcers, pneumonia, strokes, decreased exercise tolerance and sometimes causes pain If you are born with this tendency from ope parent. you have Sickle Cellltait. If you are born with this tendency from both parents, you have Sickle Cell Anemia You will not know whether you have Sickle Cellltait unless you take a simple blood test. So help combat and support the fight against Sickle Cell Disease by: l. Having a blood test to learn if you have the ltait. 2, Riding Greyhound, because in 1985 a percentage of each tic) tinued, "their problems are tered thundershowers during i, the same as other residents in the week, but the high ternthe county. t '11 b h ::1 Commenting on the rumors ures wt e m t e low surrounding the job perforI "Come Where Service Has mance of County Ad-Today-high 90, low 69. Been Our Policy For 30 ministrator Norman Hickey, Wednesday-possible scat_ Yrs." tered showers, high 89, low 70. = A.,. Kllb. rldelns. Comm. Bing explained that he Th d t' d e believes in a strong adurs ay-con mue sun;. 4501 Nebraska 238-8814 ministrator who will impleny, high 90, low 69. .... .. .. _-=.==::::ll I IFYOU WOULD LIKE THE I g I FLORIDA SENTINELBULLETIN : {I) : DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME EACH I I WEEK, PLEASE FILL OUT THE I I SUBSCRIPTION BLANK BELOW. : I SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE DELIVERED BY I : MAILONLY. I I 6 Months Only $17 1 Year Only $31 I I I I CIRCULATION.OEPT. Subscriptions By Mall I I P 0 Box 3363 Payablln Advance, Enclose I 1 Tampa, Fla 336o1 Maney Order Or Checlc 1 I I I NAME I I ADDRESS APT. I I I CITY STATE ZIP_ I (No llelurtdl Given On Subscr iptions) I I IF SENTINELS ARE JIIOT SOLD WHERE YOU SHOP, PLEASE I ., I ASK THl.ft\ANAGER IF THE STORE WILL CARRY THE SENTINEL I > I TO ACCOMMODATE THEIR CUSTOMERS. I I fOR SERVICE CALL THE CIRCULATION DEPT. I ttl I (113) 248-1921. J .................... .-.............

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AREA BLOCK CLUB NEWS COMMUNITY SERVICE BRANCH OFFICE 711W. ROSS AVE. PH. 223-8600 MELVIN STONE, BRANCH MANAGER ;;,.... < COMMUNITY DEVELOPprogram:) call or MENT ADVISORY COMinto the Community Service MITTEE MEETING Branch Office. You will be E-4 The regular Community able to receive your temporary Development Advisory Com discount card at the time that mittee Meeting has been you apply and your permanent changed and re-scheduled due card and your free directory to conflict with Electiun will be mailed to you at a later Schedule. The meeting has date. been re-schedvled from SUMMER JOBS TUESDAY, May 14th to Apply for the Sumlner THURSDA, May 16th at Youth Employment Program, 7:00 p.m., 712 W. Ross and Pledge-A-Job Program, Avenue in the Conference available in the public and Room. Meeting of imporprivate sectors. See l6ur City tance. of Tampa Division of Urban Jack Miller, the Rev. S. D. Leonard Scott, Rowena F. Brady, Ben D. Griffin and James Hargrett. Sr .... Boy Scout Planning Meeting. VISION AND DENTAL PROGRAMS The Community ment Vision and Dental Programs are now in operation. Services include the following: Vision: Eye I'll examinations and eyeglasses. g Dental: Dental extractions ; fillings, cleanings. Dentures: Dentures on a limited basis. Interested citizens may apply Monday thru from = 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 712 i West Ross, Tampa, Florida 33602 or call 223-8600. Per-1 sons living in the Sulphur Springs area may apply at c 8605 N. Mitchell, Wednesdays Only 8:00 a.m through 12; 00 West Rome MacDill and Columbus Drive to Interstate 275. Sulphur Springs: Busch Blvd. Hillsborough River and Railroad to Interstate 75. "= The following information is j needed to apply: 1. Proof of address -Florida Drivers :iS License or Utility Bill; 2. If Proof of Family Income -w:.2 c:1 Check Stub or Social Security i Card. Persons on Medicaid = can not qualify for Vision Program. There are a limited number of slots available. c:l -d SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT CARDS Senior Citizens interested in applying for the Silver Savers Program (a new discount NOTICE OF TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Melvin Hinson, Sr -., intends to ; register the fictitious trade name, M&M Custom Cleaning, with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough Coun ty, Florida Pursuant to Sec tion 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: that the undersigned in tends to engage in the business of Cleaning Commercial Of fice Buildings, at 2020 E. Han na Ave., Tampa, Florida. Dated this 26th day of April, 1985 Melvin Hinson, Sr. Melvin Hinson, Jr. Development and Job Service of Florida, located at 404 E. Jackson Street, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m to 4:00p.m. DIVISION OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING, 404 East Jackson Street, Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 223-8600. JOB SERVICE OF FLORIDA (UP-TOWN OFFICE), 4006 N. Florida A venue, Tampa, FL 33603 (813) 272-2280. BRANCH OFFICE I J The Community Service The Reverends Bobby Eugene Smith, Madison Murray and H. L. Daniels at the recent Boy Scout Branch is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please call or come in to submit neigh borhood complaints, referrals Planning Meeting. .. Home Decorating Classes Offered to local agencies for assis Personalized home tance, job information, or to decoratiqg hints will be make recommendations for presented by the Master Projects/Programs. Volunteers, Home AREABLOCKCLUB Decorating, Hillsborough MEETINGSTENTATIVE County Extension' Home. SCHEDULE Economics at four locations Please note change of date in during May next meeting. "These volunteers have The following meetings are received training and are now important to the community ready to teach others," says and its residents Tuesday, Ruth Ann Fowle r, Extension May 21, 1985, Sulphur Home Economist. Topics to Springs; BC Area 7, Thursbe covered are Home day, May 23, West Tampa; Remodeling, Home Space BC Area 6, Tuesday, May 28, Recycling, Funiiture Arrange Carver City, Lincoln Gardens; ment, Color and Pattern .. 8CArea 9, Thursday, May 30, Coordination, and Wall Ar Tampa Heights, Rose Parks; rangements. BC Area 3, Thursday, June 6, Workshops will be held 7:00 Hyde Park; BC Area 5, Thurs--9:00p.m. on May 14, Temple day, Aug 8, Highland Pines, Terrace United Methodist Northview Hill, Grant Park; Church; May 16, Lake BC Area 1, Thursday, Aug. Magdalene United Methodist 15, Central Park; BC Area 4, Church ; May 21, Tampa Tuesday, Aug 20, Jackson Garden Center, Bayshore ; and Heights, Belmont Heights; BC May 23, Riverview United Methodist Church. EMPIRE PAINTS Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301-247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up -------------------PAINT LATEX .... $2.79 OUTSIDE WHITE .. $6.49 ROUER PAN SET ............. $1.49 Ea 3" BRUSHES ........ .......... 49 Ea. SALE PRICES GOOD WITH THIS AD ONL YIU! Beauty Salon 2908 Nebraska Ave. J 3 Jheri Curls'35'40 Relaxer W/Cut & Conditioner '20 Operator & Owner, Fields Operator, John Murry, Formerly of Hair Dazzlers WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR NEW LOCATION ... T's La Unique Hair Designers Has Relocated To: 2704 N. HOWARD A VB. (Corner Of Howard & St. John) OP:EN HOUSE WILL BE HELD MAY 19TH 2-4P;M. I -----------Thomas C. Hills .Construction And Rea l Estate Tired Of Paying Rent? Now's The Time To Buy A .New Home. Let Our Professionals Show You How Easy It Is To Turn This Year's Income Tax Return Into A Dream Come True; A Home.; For Example: ---Our 1040 Model ---3 BR's, Separate Dining Rm., Breakfast Bar, Central A/C, W/W Carpet. P/1 Payments Star ting As Low As $380/Per Month. -----. RT-7 Modef' 2 Bedroom Homes. P /I. Payment' As Low As $339/Per Month. -Selected Lot Included. Minimum 5% Down Payment. For More Information Calli 621-2021 Our Professionals Are Waiting For Your Call

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-vbor Bran rary Presents Fashion Show The Ybor City Branch Library proudly presents their 1st Fashion Show featuring models ages 5 and older on Tuesday, May 14th at 6:45 p.m. Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder Madonna and other singing artists. The prog.ram includes music, singing, aerobics and a demonstration. We hope that you'll be able to at tend, and we're sure you will Models will model fashions for day, casual, and evening wear, and church attire. They will model to the music of enjoy the evening. Admission is free. For more TAMPA SAY BUILDERS HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING SPECIALIST LIC. 034997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FREE ESTIMATES "I don't think that jesse Jac:kson c:an look forward to my support four years from now." to rakh. uas ar an Minister Louis Farrakhan, the outspoken leader of the Nation of Islam, talks candidly with Tony Brqwn in an exclusive two-part "The Views and Solutions ofLouis Farrakhan: IMMOKALEE MRS. MARY TOWNSEND ... Reporter School began at the usual time at all churches in the community with the superintendents and teachers at their posts. After the Sun(lay School, we enjoyed the 11 o'clock ser vices at Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. The No. One Ushers and Choir served. The sermon was by the pastor and his theme was "Wake Up Sleeping Church." At 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church, The Travelers of Ft. Myers rendered a spiritual program in behalf of Women's Day. The funeral of the late Mr. (Continued From Page 4) white men per 100 women; 40 per 100 for blacks The same trend occurred for the 20-to-24 age group, with the trend separating markedly in the late 1960s. Wilson's conclusion: The shrinking' pool of marriageable black men seems a likely explanation for at least some of the increase in out-of births and single parc!nt households among blacks. "The interesting thing," Jerry Smith who passed May 7 is penjiing, under the direction of Barrett Funeral Chapel. Mr. Wilmer Simon is home after a trip to Alabama to visit his very sick relative. Please pray for the sick and shut-in. politicians are "puppets; his break with MalcolmX. and his response to charges of anti-Semitism. In Part II Brown examines Farrakhan 's new economic pro.. gram"P.O.WE.R.; his religious beliefs, and !'lis response to Mayor Andrew Young'slabeling him a demagogue: Tony Brown covers it all as only he can. You won't want to miss it. Part,I covers Farrakhan's asso ciation with The Rev. Jesse jackson, his controversial charges that Black !oDJ I DOUIU IOIIUS I For $8i /3 off the regulor price-get o subscript j on to I ''TY lrew's JeerMI" gd. For just99 more, o I recording of "lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing". I Add $1 for postage ond handling. (N.Y. residents odd 1 oppropriote soles lox.) Send check or money order to : TOIY IIOWI PIODUCnOIS I 1501 Broodwoy, Suite 2014, New York, NY 10036 I I Or phone your VISA or MC Accl# to : 212/575 0876 I Journal WEDU Ch.: 3 May 23 @ 10:30 PM WUSF Ch.: 16 May 25@ 3:00PM says the University of '-'"''-d.l!)v1 sociologist, "is that we used to know this. Back in the 1960s Pat Moynihan, Kenneth Clark and Bayard Rustin, among others, were making the con nection between black male joblessness and the breakdown of black families. Now we seem to have lost sight of that relationship, placing more emphasis on the role of welfare." Charles Murray ("Losing Ground") has suc ceeded in convincing a lot us that welfare, serving as a father-substitute, is a major reason for the increase in single-parent households among blacks. Wilson's 1978 book, "The Declining Significance Race," was frequently inter preted incorrectly as a statement that race was no longer an important factor in the income and employment disparities between blacks and whites. He doesn't want to be misunderstood this time. = ff 1:1 -.... 1:1 e. a 1:1 i a "We (Wilson and his graduate student, Kathryn M. Neckerman, co-authors of a on Poverty Family Structure) are not making a singlerilinded argu ment. But this male mar riageable pool index has to be a part of the explanation. It may be the major explanation. Certianly there's no reason why the welfare connection should receive more attention than the joblessness connec tion, which has been pushed to the back burner. "As a matter of fact, the marriageable pool index : has an advantage over J I measures because, if it is true that most of the black men who are undercounted in the Census are jobless, then that proportion is automatically in1 eluded in the index, which also f:"l covers the higher incarceration and mortality rates for black $!!' males." The 49-year-old professor 1:1" makes another point that tends to get lost. The fertility := rate for black women in; eluding out-of-wedlock births e has declined in the last decade or so. "The problem," he says, "is that these women just aren't getting married." And one result is a major increase in black poverty, female-headed households being the single largest category of poor families. Virtually everyone acknowledges that that is a particularly devastating pro blem for blacks. But the Wilson-Nickerman index sug gests that we've been looking in the wrong direction for remedies. We have been looking for moral, cultural and policy ex planations of single parenting and delayed marriage among young blacks (who, at an earlier time, would have put heavy emphasis on "legitimiz-"'= ing" their out-of-wedlock > children). ;; For Wilson, a major part of ""l the explanation is obvious: ::t L Please allow 4 6 weeks far delivery. 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--------------------..; J v r Entertainment Has Left, Richie Rebound But Commodores Top-10 Sound With A I hope Lionel is happ y we ve had success with Nightshijt, "says King I just hope he realizes the price the band paid so he could b e a star. LOS ANGELES Three years after parting company multiple Grammy-winner Lionel Richie the Commodores are hot again Their Nightshift i s the No. 8 pop single and the No 12 pop LP. The comeback single is a salute to late soul singers Mar vin Gaye and Jackie Wilson But don't expect any tributes to the man who led the Com modores to crossover stardom with such hits as Three Times a Lady. Keyboard player and I'll background vocalist William s= King says he's still friendly .S toward Ricltie, but his bit terness is hard to hide. He called his former partner .s: several times to offer the Come; = modores' voices on We Are the World, he says. realized he only a s ked us to watch the session and not record on it. So much for us all being lifelong brothers and friends." (Richie wasn't available for comment ; his press agent said Wednesday Richie didn't choose the artists who performed ) The Commodores had an image that we were a family," says King. "Everyone thought we'd be in the same group from birth until death. "That's why we waited so long for Lionel. First he'd be off working with Kenny Rogers, then Dolly Parton and Joe Namath and everyone else you might think of. It reached the point that we couldn't record unless we could count on him. C "Finally on the night of the I recording, Lionel phoned "So we finally told Lionel about two hours before the that we couldn't be a band on c session began and asked us to hold waiting for him to decide come to the studio. who he was. He didn't want to 1 "When we got there we leave the group, but he didn't < started to walk up to Lionel want to be a part of it either.'' and we were stopped by his After playing together for :s publicity lady She told us our almost 15 years, the Com pass wouldn't get us into the modores were forced to kick area where the recording was Richie out of the band King taking place and that we says. It was a hard choice; couldbethrownoutifwetried King, drummer Walter 'i togettoLionel.Itwasthenwe Orange, bassist R0nald .s: Grace Jones Stars In James Bond Movie ::;; = = = = I QS = = Albert R. Broccoli presents Roger Moore as Ian Fleming's z world-famous Agent 007 in "A View To A Kill, which stars Grace Jones as the evil May Day, Patrick Macnee, Tanya LaPread and keyboard player Milan Williams couldn't tour or record until they replaced Adding to the problem, Commodores producer / arranger James Car michael left with Richie. ''Suddenly everyone thought the band was over. That this dream we had and the hard work we put into achieving it was being destroyed by our friend Lionel," King says. It would be hard to confuse the slick, synthesized sound of the Nightshift album with Richie's sweet ballads. But the new sound isn't the only sign that the Com modores have found their own identity. During the group's sold-out European tour this winter, audiences quickly ac cepted Richie's replacement, English singer J. D. Nicholas. When the Commodores tour the USA starting in July, audiences can expect to hear such old hits as Still and Sail On with new vocal arrangements. Ronald LaPread, rear, William King, front left, Walter Orange, J.D. Nicholas and Milan Williams-have the No 8 pop and No. 12 LP. *Sentinel's Top lOSingles 1. New Attitude .......................... Patti Labelle 2. We Are The World .......... U.S.A. For Africa 3. Fresh ................... Koo/ & The Gang 4. In My House ................ Mary Jane Girls 5. Everything She Wants ........................ Wham 6. Rhythm Of The Night ................... Debarge 7. Rock Me Tonight ................ Freddie Jackson 8. Keep Givin Me Love ........ Gladys Knight & The Pips 9. Smooth Operator ............................. Sade 10. You Give Good Love .............. Whitney Houston TAMPA'S LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE DISCO I IS NOW THE MIINIGHT An After Hours Club For Adults Only LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF. SCoTT AND NEBRASI
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1!1 1!1_. .1!1. 1!1 ,,,. that he and Broder verbally Sachs, said Murphy's Broder's agency for two years [ agreed to terminate the statements were "untrue." He prior to the signing of that .:a::;g::.;re:.:e::.m;;;.e;;;n;;;t;.;b;.;:Y:..t;:h:,:e;.;e:;:,n:;:,d;.o;;,;f:..;,;19;.;8;.;0:;:,. __ _______ 1 :;. TV GUIDE YOUR HOROSCOPE TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20): You can't be too careful where the family treasures are concerned. Be careful whom trust. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): A willingness to take gambles in not without risk. Being overly enthusiastic ceuld get you in hot water. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Pressures and sudden upsets are indicated in connec tion with buying, selling, or trading. Keep your .eyes open SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Delay pushing for a legal settlement. Enjoy for the momen t f the pleasm :es coming your way, : WEDNESDAY 11./jPIIS) SWSiiime !""' 45 9 rll::'.ar-. 30 IEIKfrlc 11 N 45 nnwxk I.!!.Juec> LiPsMiko A 0.11 SlleOfTIIe Celltury Whiilot Fartv110 All Ill Tile Family tnl\WriP \!!!/ (AIICJ IAWM CBS Meriting !'Jews N "' Miiijiliy 111 Tile Morlllng SlllyJeuy ......... liiMy. ?ildrell Oliillfi !OLive TICTac =r. ........ Melley S2SfM PYramid Jaktr's Wild Prteih !I IIIII E:UU: MAY 15, 1985/ BROADCAST ---.. -=Gi. Inspector Geocl 44 Kids Gadget Momlng ?'* Tranzer ,Panr..., Family Dick VIII Dyllo 1 Lava Lucy WI Wha wast H Tlirii !'"'" n Jim liiOSfar Blitz Flllllly Feud liiMy Oiii Llfi !Live Pi ... Newltart Dlverca C.Urt *!'" MiVIi!. "RUII A Creelcecl Milo" H CANCER (June 21-Jidy 22): Beware of carelessness on the job. Observe all rules of safety and sanitation. Avoid CAPRICORN. (Dec. 22-Jan.19): A secret source of good fortune brings a behindthe-scenes matter to a It could be hazardous. 3 W llidrlc lii'IIIIIIY tiiilifal Culdlllf I! TrMP l!thCIIH t'ospltal !-ltllt i 1!-...cll '!illlfmMI 45 ce..tact Giiiil'al t'IIIPifll (July 23-Aug. 22): Sacial activities provide a welcome diversion. Making extravagant promises leads to complications with the younger set. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Unexpected happenings at home bring a troublesome situation to a close, paving the way for improved relation ships. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 22): Upsetting news from afar alters travel plans Avoid con tact with controversial types, even if they are related AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Make a point of surrounding yourself with the company of friends and loved ones. You need this moral sup port. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): An important trend in business or community developments shows the need for a special talent you have. ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19): Avoid potentially hazardous activities and controversy. Now is not the time to become involved in legal en-. tanglements. Eddie Murphy Hit With Suit For $10 Mil NEW YORK Entertainer Eddie Murphy is being sued for $10 million in Nassau County Supreme Court by a former agent who claims Murphy breached a contract he signed when he was an unknown Long Island teenager who dreamed of making it big. Justice Howard Levitt yesterday signed an order directing the ex-agent, King Broder, to prove why a clause in the contract that calls for a court-appointed arbiter to set tle the dispute should not be voided. Broder owns and operates Entertainment Unlimited, a Levittown, L.I., talent booking agency. On April 8, 1980, he signed Murphy, then 19, to "an indefinite contract" with Grandson Productions. In papers filed by Murphy's attorney, Leonard Marks of Manhattan, the superstar actor/comedian said when he signed the contract he was "working as a shoe salesman, had very limited professional experience and no following or income." Murphy, 24, has since rocketed to stardom, first on the comedy club circuit, then as a featureq performer on TV's "Saturday Night Live" and most recently as the star of three box-office smashes-''48 HRS., '' "Trading Plac.es," and "Beverly Hills Cop. 615 YHn rill Murphy said in the affidavit : =' that Broder misrepresented 7 rl =I himself as the agent for such : f R f f stars as Tina Turner, Andy 8 Kaufman, Stephanie Mills and =:-GLASSES Neil Sedaka. 45 111 Nature Murphy also said that at the 915 d 30 Ill Willie" Paid For By Medicai time he signed the contract, he ----....-::...----.....-------"tl had "no familiarity with the 1 0!15 > Call: business world," and that ... :: News C'l Optometrist consult a lawyer or give him a i !.,.Ifill z 876, 5 Broder ''did nothing to fur12i Wile o.vld = --l ... .. .... iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii .. iiilllliEihwiinil'lllll

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.. :: [" S .. W11H -._ J7.., RANJ[lY ...... BY RANDOLPH K INSEY ____ ,. c -= = < Ewing The Luck Of The' nraw In the sports that conduct a draft of high school and or college athletes, the first pick always is awarded .to the team in last place. Professional football, baseball and basketball all do this tQ improve the teams on the bottom. Under that Patrick Ewing, the prize choice of the 1985 basketball draft woUid>'have gone to the Seatlle Super Sonics. This year, however, the NBA converted to using a 'lottery system involving the bottom seyen teams in the league. The names of the teams were drawn out of a bowl to determine the order of the draft. Some people said before the draw that the lottery was fix ed, that the New York Knicks would win it. League officials denied all allegations. Be that as it may, the New York Knicks came away with the number one .. pick. It is all settled Pat is. going to the New York Knicks. It is estimated that the Georgetown All-American center will sign the richest con tract of any rookie in the history of the league. It is pro jected that Ewing will com mand a salary of about two million dollars a year. Not Ab dul Jabbar, Moses Malone; Magic Johnson, Ralph Samp son or Larry Bird was able to command that money as a rookie. NBA officials and the New York Knicks speculate that the league would benefit from the presence of Ewing. It is predicted that attendance around the NBA, media atten tion and concession sales wquld all improve. The Seattle SuperSonics, Pat Ewing and Georgetown are the biggest losers under this new system. Under the old system, Seattle would have had the first choice and Pat Ewing. Instead, the Super Sonics lost him. If the Super Sonics had gotten Ewing, sources said they would have hired Ewing's college coach, PAT EWING John Thompson. Without Ewing in Seattle to build the franchise around, Thompson, a very successful college coach, isn't interested in leaving his haven at Georgetown University for the bumps and bruises of the NBA. Thompson is a loser because he will not be able to coach his prize pupil in the pros. Ewing is a loser because he will not have the man that has been his coach, father, friend, protector, advisor and teacher for the past four years. It is a tough move from college to the NBA, and it will require an adjustment period. Ewing will be the new boy on the block. A big cheese that just moved into the NEED HoME REPAIRED Want Your Bills & Mortgage Paid Off WE DO ANY KIND OF WORK LARGE OR SMALL ADDAROOM, ROOFING, FlOORS, WINDOWS FENCE, PLUMBING, ELECTRIC, ANY KIND OF REMODELING Pay Only One Small Monthly Payment CALL TONY VECCHIO 258-6161 T&M BUILDERS-2104 E. 7th AVE. ACROSS FROM COLUMliA RESTAURANT JERSEY CITY, N.J. Roosevelt Stadium, where Jackie Robinson began knocking down major league baseball's color barrier, fell victim to time Tuesday, as a wrecker's' ball started demolishing the ballpark to make way for new housing in this redeveloping Hudson Rivercity. The 25,000-seat stadium opened in 1937. Football and baseball teams played there, and major fights were held there before thousands of spectators. There also were rock concerts, auto races and performances by championship bands. But perhaps no event wa$ as important as the day in 1946 when Robinson first played there as a member of the Mon treal Royals, a farm team of the then-Brooklyn Dodgers. It started hifn on the road to becoming the first black to play in the major leagues in 1947. "He went 4-for-5 imdhit a home run. He scored four runs, knocked in four more and stole two bases, ;, recalled former mayor Thomas Smith. "He did everything but take the stadium with him. "It may be hard for some people to understand, but I feel like I am losing a part of my family," Smith said as he watched a giant tracto,r, armed with a claw, teariilg dc;>wn the neighborhood. We all know that nobody accepts the new kid with open arms Ewing couid use Thompson during their period. Also, the Super Sonics would have welcomed Ewing with an open pocketbook. A lot of pressure will be on this young man in New York. Ewing has been projected as a dominating player, a franchise player and a player that can bring an immediate winning season to the team he plays for. He will feel the pressure to do just that in New York. Right now, the Knicks are set on starting Bill Cartwright and Pat Ewing down low to constitute their twin towers. That maybe the very first pro blem Ewing will face. Ewing needs to play center. He is more effective and he dominates from that position. If Ewing plays center, Cart wright will be no help to Ew ing from a forward spot. Cartwright neither hand,les the ball or shoots well enough outside to be of any help. This will allow people to sag off Cartwright and 'C:louble team Ewing around the bucket. Ew ing would be better at forward than Cartwright, but he would centerfield wall in chunks. About a dozen other men stared from the sidewalk as the demolition began, a lost ex pression sometimes crossing their faces. 'I was there the day Robin son said Fred Tren ton, 68, of Jersey City. "The reception was good. I thinlc everybody treated it a novelty though. Nobody was sure how he was going to make out." Robinson and the Dodgers returned 'to Roosevelt Stadium in 1956 and 1957, playing seven games there each year before moving to Los Angeles in 1958. "They weren't drawing in Ebbets Field and they drew twice as many here when they played," said Smith. Says Boxing Needs More White Contenders WASHINGTON Ali said Tuesday that bOxing's popularity has declined in the United States because the sport is dominated by blacks. AU, a Black Muslim who held the world heavyweight title three times, said the lack of white contenders and promoters has produced disin terest in the sport among whites. ''It's missing white people," said Ali during an appearance with District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry at the mayor's office. "Boxing is controlled by blacks-figh'ters, promoters and trainers," added Ali, 43, who retired froin boxing for the last time in December of 1981. "It's the black man who supports it." Ali said for a resurgence in interest in boxing to occur, there must be an increase in the number of whites par ticipating in the sport. He add ed boxing needs "good white contenders-more Jack Dempseys." \ He cited the swirl of interest in the June 11, 1982, World Boxing Council heavyweight MUHAMMAD ALl title bout pitting chanipion Larry liolmes, who is black, against Gerry Cooney, a ..,t..tt .. contender, evidence that white contenders attract greater interest than black contenders. Ali overlooked the fact that some of the sport's top promoters-like Bob Arum and Dan Duva are white So are some of the t trainers, like Angeleo Dundee, who handled Ali and Ray Leonard,. Ali also said he opposes several bills in Congress thcit would either regulate or com pletely ban boxing in United States. Salerno Debut Makes Local vs. Wilburn' Former world-ranked light heavyweight James Salerno makes his long-awaited Tam pa debut Wednesday night, May 15, at the Egypt Temple Shrine in a 10-round main event match with West Virginia veteran Dale Wilburn. Salerno (31-5, 21 KOs), a 23-year-old Orlando native and protege of legendary fight figure Angelo Dundee, has been living and training in Tampa for several years, but has yet to see his first ring ac. tion here. Once ranked as high as No. 5 in the world by the WBA in late 1983, Salerno on the rebound fr0m three tough 1984 loses, looking to work his way back into the limelight. His opponent, Dale stranger to the bay area, hav ing come in with stablemate Mark Frazie for several cards in 1982 and '83. A strong stand-up puncher with ex cellent stamina and a good chin, Wilburn always gives the fans their money's worth. He drew rave reviews here in May of '83 with his fifth-round KO over theQ-unbeaten Oscar Holman; Wilburn also fought for Alessi in Atlantic City in November of '82, winning a fast-paced six-rounder over then-unbeaten Mike Belton. Wilburn 7 is no A former five-time West Virginia Golden Gloves pion as an amateur, Wilburn also captured a national PAL title before turning pro. His amateur training is evident in his stiff, effective jab, but Wilbun can also score with authority in close. not be the contributing force that made him the prize of the draft. THE GREAT REV. MAKO The two center system hasn't helped Houston and it won't help the Knicks. I don't believe the Knicks are going to be content to make the system work. l predict that Bill Cart wright will become the backup center or he will be traded. [2_ 48 .. 1921 SPIRITUAL READER, HEALER, AND ADVISOR Tells past, present and future. He knows all, tells all. If you are skk and in bad health. Know your enemies! Is your loved one drifting away? Do >:Ou need money? If you have a Curse or Bad Spell he can help you break I he bad luck. One visit can or maybe solve all your problems. His specialty is getting the sick well and reuniting the loved ones. Lucky Days and Nuntbers are given. 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fll = -= = Seven NBA teams par ticipated in the league's first lottery Sunday, to determine who would get the top pick, Georgetown's 7-foot center WAYMAN TISDALE: 6-9, Oklahoma (25.2 ppg, 10. 2 rpg); A true NBA power for ward, the left-handed Tisdale is probably the best offensive big man to come out this s eason. Has the personality of a Magic Johnson and the work e thics of Ewing Perhaps the b est inside scorer in the group Patrick Ewing. Here's a look at Ewing and the other four players pro scouts rate XAVIER McDANIEL: 6-8, Wichita State (27 .2 ppg, 14.8 rpg); The first player in NCAA Division 1 history to lead the nation in scoring and rebounding in the s ame season. He is a natural for ward, not a power forward or a small forward, just a for ward. He's an exceptionally strong, exciting player who loves to dunk. BENOIT BENJAMIN: 7-0, KARL MALONE: 6-9, C reighton (21.5 ppg, 14.1 Louisiana Tech (16.2 ppg, 8.6 r pg); A great shot blocker who rpg); A true power forward, 0 n ever really concentrated on which is hard to find. He has o ffense, this muscular 7-footer the potential to be a Buck ;;.:.. n ade a name in the Missouri Williams, Maurice Lucas type f-. / alley Conference with his of player. Although his b ility to control the boards. statistics weren't that great ;:: ras good court instincts and because he played on a f-o a s the potential to become a talented team, he isn't afraid SAN ANTONIO Derrick Gervin, a University of Texas at San Antonio basketball forward and brother of the Spurs' George Gervin, has ap plied for the NBA draft, the league office said. The 6-9 junior averaged 25.6 points last season for the Roadrunners. The San Antonio Express News reported that Gervin had dropped out of school, but sports information director Fred Battenfield said Gervin is still enrolled. "He is taking his finals," he said. However, the newspaper quoted an unnamed source as saying Gervin did not take a final scheduled Wed. nesday night. Gervin had been on scholastic probation for the 1984-85 season and needed a 2.0 grade point average to stay in school. If he failed to make that grade point, he would have been forced to sit out of school a full year. Warner's Knee Passes First Test SEATTLE Seahawks running back Curt Warner made his first appearance since his injury last year, and he showed he's back in old form. Warner even ran the play that shredded his right knee last Sept. 3. He ran it without a hitch. "He didn't look tentative at all to me," coach Chuck Knox said. "In fact, I wanted to slow him down. He jumped out and made a couple of Curt Warner moves and got everybody excited.'' Dwight Gooden overpowered the Philadelphia Phillies by firing a three-hitter and striking out 13 Friday night to lead the New York Mets past the Phillies S-0. George Foster belted a two run homer and Gary Carter collected three RBI's to help seal the victory for Gooden. Gooden now leads the league in strikeouts with 56. Nc;w York Mets star out. fielder Darryl Strawberry was put on the 15-day disabled list Monday. Strawberry will undergo surgery for torn ligaments in his right thumb after making a diving catch of a ball hit by Juan Samuel of the Philadelphia Phillies. Kevin McHale scored 28 points and Robert Parrish added 26 to help the Boston Celtics rout the Philadelphia 76'ers 108-93. The Sixers were led by Maurice Cheeks with 27 points. The Celtics take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series in the Eastern Conference Championship. Game 2 will be played tonight at 8 p.m. in the Boston Garden. seven Los Angeles Lakers scored in double figures a gainst the Denver Nuggets to win convincingly 139-122. Byron Scott was the MVP of the game scoring 27 points. Game 2 of the Western Con ference Championship will be played tonight in the Forum at 11 p.m. Rozier While Gaining Boosting Leverage Yardage JACKSONVILLE Mike Rozier is piling up yards and playing with a winner again. The 1983 Heisman Trophy. winner also finds himself in an enviable bargaining position. "It's a good feeling, like back when I was at Nebraska," said the 24-year old running back, who has helped the USFL's Jacksonville Bulls t o four consecutive victories. Jacksonville's overall record is 6-5, but the Bulls have twice as many victories as Rozier en joyed last season with the now defunct Pittsburgh Maulers (3-15). Rozier's statistics also show improvement. After rushing for 2,148 yards (7 .81 a carry) and 29 touchdowns as a Nebraska senior, he was limited to 792 (3 .6 a carry) and three Gary Anderson threw a touchdown and ran for another to lead the Tampa Bay Bandits over the Jacksonville Bulls 21-10. Doug Flutie ran five yards for a touchdown to help the New Jersey Generals (8-4) slip past the Baltimore Stars (5-6-1) 10-3. Hershel Walker had his sixth straight 100-yard rushing day with 116 yards. Carl Lewis won the meters dash in 9.98 Saturday, posting the :.c\;.uu'u best time in his career, at Modesto Invitational and field tournament. Terry Scott beat Olympic silver medalist Sam Graddy in the 100-meters dash in 10.09 seconds to set a track record at the University of Tennessees' Tom Black Track. Scott broke the old track record of 10.11 set by Carl Lewis !Jt a June 1982meet. David Patrick of Team Ad idas broke Edwin Moses's nine year meet record in the 400meter intermediate hurdles by clocking a 49.01. Moses was timed at 49.14 seconds in 1976. Tasha Crews of King High School cleared 5'6" to win the high jump in the Class 4A State Track and Field meet at Showalter Field. Roger Mayweather captured the U.S. Boxing junior light weight championship Sunday by scoring a TKO over Kenny Baysmore in the third round. touchdowns with the Maulers. "I had injuries. I wasn't 100 percent for every game, but they pushed me out there to play,'' said Rozier. Already this season, Rozier has rushed for 869 yards (4.4 a carry), second to New Jersey's Herschel Walker. He has caught 26 passes for 193 yards and scored nine touchdowns (seven rushing, two receiving). Where Rozier plays next season remains uncertain. 4712 E. 7TH AVE., TAMPA FREE HOME DELIVERY TO LIMITED AREA FOR MINIMUM ORDER e5 lb. Steeks-12 T -bonea. or 20 cube atlieks. or 20 rib eyes $ .. e5 lb. Pork Chops(12-16J es lb. St .. I or Selia bury Ste .. (16-!5 oz_.) e6 lb. Ch1cken. cho1ce of whole legs. or thigha. or wing e2 lb. Smoked SeuNge OfFER GOOD THRU 5/30/85 With This Ad ;...< c:o minating player in the to bang around, and he works ................... ..

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AIKENS WILLIAMS, MR. ERNEST Funeral services for Mr. Ernest Williams, of 1717 Nassau St., who passed away, Monday, May 6th, were held Saturday, May 11th, at 2:00 P.M. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. James Richardson, officiating. Inter ment was in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Williams was a native of Ocala, Florida and a resident of Tampa for over 40 yearS. He was a retired employee '.W the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Survivors are: a_ daughter, Mrs. Ernestine Williams Echols and husband, James M; granddaughter, Ms. Audrey Jane Echols; grand sons, Michael J. Echols, Donald M. Echols and Cyril B. Echols; great grand children, Paul G. and Paula G. Echols; sisters, Mrs. Alice Davis of Tampa, Mrs. Vernelle Zanders of Rubonia, FL, and Mrs. Ida James of Panama City, FL; 1 brother, Mr. Enoch Wiliams and wife, Jannie of Bradenton, FL; a brother-in-law Mr. Benjamin Outen, Jr. and wife; several uncles an d aunts, other relatives and friends The re mains were reposed at Aikens Funeral Home from 5 to 9 P.M. Friday. evening. ''AIKENS FUNERAL HOME." OAK HILL GRANT, SARAH Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah Grant, of 4433 Atwater, who passed this life May 7, 1985 will be held Tue s day at 2 :00 P M. at Oak Hills C hap el, 5016 N. 22nd S treet, T am pa, w ith Rev. Sa u l N N i cke r s on, off iciating Inter men t will b e in M e morial Park Ce m e t e ry. She i s survived by: a de voted and loving hu s band Mr. Milton Grant Sr ; one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Woodard and husband, Robert, Tampa; sons, Milton Grant, Jr. and wife, Edna, Glen Grant and wife, Patricia, and Lenard Grant, all of Brooklyn, New York. 7 grand daughters, 11 grandsons, 8 nieces, and a host of other relatives and friends. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 5016 Nortb 22nd Street. WILSON BRYANT, MR. JOSEPH Funeral services for Mr. Joseph Bryant, 3706-31st St., who passed in a local hospital will be held Thursday at 10 A.M. from the Wilson's Funeral Chapel w'th the Elder Thomas J. Reed, officiating. Intermen t in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: his wife, Mrs. Doris Bryant; daughter, Mrs. Jacquelyn Mickens and husband, Sam mie; grandchildren, Mr. An toine Adkins, Sgt. Aric Adkins, Ft. Bragg, N.C., Mrs. Brenda Singletary and hus band, Nathaniel, Sr., Mr. Johnny Adkins and Master Sammie Mickens Jr.; great grandson, Nathaniel Singletary, Jr.; sisters Mrs. Ellen Veal and husband, Leola Burney and husband, Mrs. Bell Bivins all of Gor don, Ga., and Mrs. Alma, Philadelphia, Pa.; brother, Mr. Calvin Bryant and wife, Alabama; a number of brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. His many friends include, Mr. Elbert Ivy and other relatives. The re mains will repose at the Wilson s Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Wednesday. The fami ly will receive friends from 6-7 P.M. Wednesday. Mr. Bryant was a native of Gordon, Georgia and was employ ed by the Banana Trading Co. The cortege will form at 3204 Powhattan St. "A WILSON'S SERIVCE.'' nis Moore Carlton Moore and Benjamin Moore, all of Ft. Lauderdale; parents, Claude Lee and An nie M. Woodard of Laurel, Miss.; grandchildren, Felicia, Adrian, Sonya, Anthony, Kevin Martin, Forrest, Michael, and Kuisha Moore of San Diego, CA, and Ft. Lauderdale; sisters, Ruby N. Jones and Maynell Newell, both of Sandusky, Ohio, and AJethia Larry, Pontiac, MI; brothers, Floyd L. Woodard and wife, Beatrice, Sandusky, Ohio, Harold M. Woodard, Laurel, MS, and Charles M. Woodard and wife, Bettan, New York City; aunts, Fannie M. Smith and husband, Agrip pa, Jacksonville, NC, Willie M. Wheeler and husband, John, Pontiac, MI, and Cor ine Darby, Laurel, MS; uncles Willie McCallum and wife, Eran, Moss, MS, and Shelton Woodard, Laurel, MS; an adopted sister and devoted friend, Hazel N. Jones, Tam pa; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and loyal friends. A native of Moss, Mississippi, Mrs. Moore came to Tampa in 1969 from Laurel; MS, and served in the #3 Choir of her church. A graduate of Jackson State College of Jackson, MS, Mrs Moore was an English in structor at Franklin Jr. High School and Jefferson Adult Community School. The re mains will repose after 5 P.M. today at Wilson's Funeral Home and the family will receive friends from 7 until 8 P.M. this evening at the funeral home chapel. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." SMITH, MR ARN E T T J EROM E Funera l services for Mr. Arnett Jerome Smith, 1516 Spruce St. who passed in a local nursing home will be held today (Tuesday) at 1 P.M. from the Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church (Port Tampa) with the Rev. Nathaniel Mc Cray, officiating. Interment in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: his wife, Mrs. Fostelle Smith; children, Dr. F .A. Smith and wife, Mary and Miss Arnetta Smith; Robinson, Middletown, Ohio, Mrs. Jessie M. King, Pitts;. burgh, Pa., Ms. Faye Robin son, Maryland, Mr. Bernard Rawls and wife, Willie Mae, Mr. Symuel Smith Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. Freddi; Smith, Newark, N.J., Clarence Robinson and wife, Bootsie, Middletown, Ohio, Mr. Edward Robinson and wife, Ollie, Middletown Ohio, Mr. Richard Reed and wife, US Army, Japan, Belton King, "Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., a number of .great nieces, nephews and other relatives. A of Port Tampa City, a retired employee of the Stan dard Oil Co., a member of GUP Lodge No. 2, Mrs. Fostella Smith, President, Floral Co. No. 2 and Uniform Company No. 2. "A WILSON'S SERVICE.'' IN MEMORIAM MARY LUCILLE WILLIAMS You our root and our tree. If it wasn't for you where would be On May 14, 1983 you left us for an eternal But our love will never stray. Your body was tired of aching with pain, so it became too much of a strain. God lov ed you too much to see you suffer any longer. But every day our love grows stronger for you. Husband, children, grand children, great grand. IN MEMORIAM MRS. LILLI E M AE M I L LI GAN 1914-Ma y 11, 19 84 W arm s miles ple a s ant ex changes, s tudied ad vice, g uid ed direction, factful c orrec tion, powerful per suasiveness, spirited motiva tion and a deep abiding faith in "God and mankind." Memories are made of this. Husband, Julius P. The family of the late Mrs. Essie Mae Lockett wishes to express their sincere apprecia tion to the many devoted friends and neighbors who helped ease the burden of sor row with the many telegrams, prayers, visits, calls, cards, florals, food, and all other acts of kindness during her homegoing. Special tllanks to Elder C. Warren, Mass Choir of Mt. Moriah P.B. Cburch, Palm Church of God In Christ, and Aikens Funeral Home. Lockett, Cambridge and Carson faQtilies. CARD OF l'IJANKS The family of the late Ken neth Eugene (Kinny) Hill wishes to thank the many per sons who rendered acts of kindness during our loss. May God bless each of 1 you in a special way and keep you under his mantle of love. Special thanks to the Pilgrim Rest M.B Church, Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church, YPD's of Allen Temple A M.E. Church, TWU Local #500, Hyatt Regency, GTE Unit 7, Record Bar, Tampa Tigers, Veterans Sundry, Tampa Goldbonders, rf = :r I = e. fD = "'= ;. fl.> ; Q. Pony Express, Pan American Skycaps, Fogarty Van Lines .., employees, Bexley Enter-; prises, staff and faculty of HCC Ybor City Campus, staff > and faculty of HCC Dale g_ Mabry C .ampus, Airline employees, the minister of ? AJien Temple A.M.E. Church Atty. Nathaniel Tindell Ra; Williams Funeral Home and I all of our man y friend s T he Hill f a mil y I 248-1921 I AIKENS FUNERAL HOMf: Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service -MOORE, MRS. CLAUDIA ANN Funeral services for Mrs. Claudia Ann Moore of 4431 Dolphin Drive, who pass ed away in a local hospital, will be Wednesday at 1 P.M. at Mt. Tabor M.B. Church with the Rev. T.J. James, pastor officiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: her loving and devoted husband, Benjamin Moore; children, Roderick and Paula Moore of Tampa; step-children, Denise R. Moore and husband, Garnett San Diego, CA, Densisters, Mrs. Annie Bell White, Philadelphia, Pa; grands, Miss Althea England, Milligan; daughters, Theresa and Shefftal, Zelma and Joda; sisters, Wilma Rivers and Jesse, Gertrude Lovett and Willis, Audrey Dawson and Robert; brothers, Will Wells and Fronie, Silas Wells and Lucille; grandchildren, nieces and nephews. WiLSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone: 241-6125 Mrs. Sandra K. Griffin and SHADY GROVE Gregory and Mr. Cedrick Wilson and wife, Joyce FUNERAL HOME Dallas, Texas; great grand, 2305 N. Nebraska Sedricka Wilson; sister-in-law, 221-3639 Pearl Long, Pittsburgh, Pa; and CEMETERY nieces, nephews and cousins, 4615 E. Hanna Mrs. Dorothy Farmer and 626-2332 husband, J.C., Ms. Louise Comolete BuriaJ For PUGHSl.EY FUNERAl. HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As, Desired PHONES: 247-3151 or 247-3152 Terry, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, $705 fUNERALS BY: Ms. Altamese Duvall and husAdd $100 for servkes on BRYANT & WILLIAMS band, Miami, FL, Mrs. da) and add .iiiOO for all servkes RoyWII/IomsFuneroiHome Z Geneva Nicholson and husal'ler 3 p m. 1417 N. Albany Ave. ..., band, Lawyer, Middletown, CHARLES RELIFORD 253 : Ohio, Ms. AJice Arnett, Mid"When Understanding lidlilelitollwiiiinittlliiiiiii.IMiisii -------,._ ----

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AD DEPT HELP WANTED .. ...... .... 11 E x perienc e d cleaning perN s onnel wanted part-time and WANTED!! $5.00 / hour. Immediate o pen-eed Hairdresser and Need not have following ings for male s 253-2539 after Barber with experience. < full-time. Call between 3-5 Contact Hair Dazzlers Beauty ...... ----"1621-1175. JJ P.M 239-1452. ,.. -------------1 Salon. 237-8923 EDUCATIONAL 1-------------1 ;. Barmaids and waitresses. 1---------------t COUNSELOR rG NOW OPEN T k f II th SUPERVISING NURSE Will train. Apply at races o wor pro esstona y wt Place, 2502 N. Albany Hotei/Motei,$4.0Q per youthful offender and assist Avenue. hour; Food Service, $3.95 plus with educational program. per hour; Entry level office, Bachelor's degree and 1 year $160 plus per week; Secretarial minimum experience in educa-To assist physician in managing small clinic. Hours 7-3, Monday Friday. Re quires current licensure, and 1 year professional hospital or clinic nursing experience Start at $17,929 annually. Excellent benefits. Send resume and cover letter to: Hillsborough Correctional Institution P .0. Box 878, Riverview, FL 33569, before May 23, 1985. CRUISE SHIP JOBSt Great income potential. All occupations. For information r ail: (312) 742-8620, ext. 339 (50 wpm), $5.00 per hour tion or counseling. Master's AFDC Only degree can substitute for reFiorida Employment quired experience. $15,027 to Project $23,546 annually. Mail State 237-1893 application and or/ resume to: NEW BEAUTY SALON NOW OPEN! J-.-----------------------1 Person n e I 0 f f ice, Needs Hairstylists for booth rental. Call 247-2425 10 a m. -3 p.m. ACCOUNTING Vacancy exist s fo r Account ing Coor dfnalor wHh 1 to 2 years bank ac counting experience. Dulles will Include general ledger. balance sheets and reconcH ementss 1 Q.key adding machine skills required an-d typing skills preferred Send appHca. liOn or resume to: linda Tolley P....-t Department NCNI NATIONAL BANK P .O. lox25900 ... R!CR!!J SELL AVON Good $$$ No experience necessary Jackson Height s, Belmont Heights and College Hills areas. Call Manager, Pat bib key 238-8128. COLLECTION MANAGER NCNB, the largest bank I n the Southeast, Is seeldng a Collection Manager to handle all consumer related collections lor the Florida bank. 5 years of collection experience required, proven leadershi p and management skills are a must. Please send resume and salary history In confldence to: Terrin McKey P.O. Box 25900 Tempe, FL 33830 R!CR!!J ACCOUNTANTS Honeywell Av i on i cs in Clearwater is a leading subsystem supplier of diversified avionics products with some 80 cur rent subcontracts and millions more in R&D. Recent key program assignments and continuing aggress i ve marketing have increased opportunities for career assignments with Honeywell in Flor ida. We are looking for individuals who possess the ability and i n i t i at iv e to a dvance through a var i ety of interesting and challe n g i ng assi gnments i n various Controller Departmen t areas l eadin g to responsible senior level accoun tin g/ma n agement pos i t i ons wit h i n H oneywell. T he foll o w i n g caree r op p ortun i t ies are current l y avai l ab le : C O ST CONTR OL & A N ALYSIS BUD GETING PROGRA M ACCOU NTING ACCOUNTI N G SY STEMS DESIGN PRICING FINANCIA L ANA L Y ST W e r eq uir e 3-8 years experie nce in t11e appropri ate ar ea with a BSIBA i n Acco unting A ba c kground in government co ntr act accoun t i ng i s highly d e sirable Please send your r esume to: A nn S h e rman, Emp loyee Relation s, Dep t TT-5/12, Honeywell Avi on i cs, 1 3 350 U .S. H i g h w ay 19 South Clearwater, Florida 33546 An equal op portun ity employer m/f / h/v. ALL POSITIONS REQUIRE U.S. CITIZENSHIP Together, we cn find the nswers. Honeywell, Hillsborough Correctionar In stitution P.O. Box 878, River view, FL 33569, before Ma y 31, 1985 AA / EOE AA/EOE SUMMER JOBS with The Summer Youth Employment Program and Pledge-a-Job Jobs Available In The Public And Private Sector Applications considered on a first come first served Basis For More Information Call: 223-8192 EEO Office, City of Tampa 306 E. Jackson Street 7th Floor North POLICE RECRUITS The City of Tampa is looking for Black persons, both males and females between the ages of 21 and 35 who are interested in being employed as Police Recruits The starting salary is $11,000Recruits will be elevated to Police Officers at $18,541 annual salary upon satisfactorily completing necessary training. No experience needed, but you must be a school graduate and in good physical condition. Apply between the hours of 8 A. M. and 1 P. M. POLICE COMMUNICATION TECHNICIAN I (Police Dispatch Work) Start $5 30 an hour. High school graduation. Must be able to work rotating s hifts including nights, weekend s and holidays. Bi-lingual ( E nglish / Spani sh) individual s are encouraged to apply. Employment applica tion s will be accepted until further notice. RECREATION LEADER II P a rt-tim e, 20 hrs/wk. $5.50 an hour. H I S diploma plu s 6 hour s c o llege co ursew o rk in Recreation or P E., 3 hrs. colle g e E ngli s h and r e asonable ex p e rience in r e creation that include s so m e e x p erie nce planning and organizing activiti es. A c ollege tran sc ript i s reque s ted Appl y between the h o ur s o f 8 A M. and I P.M. CLERK TYPIST Ill Start $5.30 an hour. High school g rad ua tion and rea s on a ble g eneral o ffice or clerical experience and the ability to t y p e r apidly and a c curatel y. A ddi t io nal t raining in b usiness rel ated cou r ses m ay be subs titu te d for e x p e rien ce. Wa l k-in lest Mon d ay, Wedne s day and Friday 8: 3 0 A. M. t o 11: 30 A. M. Employmen t applications will \Je accepted un til fu r t he r no t i c e. Appl y b et ween t h e hou r s of 8 A. M and I P. M FIELD SA FETY INSPE CTOR Start $15,475 a year. H I S and r easonable e xp e ri e n ce i n vo lvin g bo t h safety methods and health hazard detection in office and s hop related enirunme nts as well as hazards and safety methods relal.ing to ehicle op e rati o n. V a lid Florida Drive r s Liceij s e. App l y by 5 /22/ 8 5 bel ween the hour s of 8 a m and 1 p.m ENGINEERING TECHNIC IAN I (TRAFFIC) Start $13,832 a year. H / S, pref e rably with I year of college in traffic engineering or related s ubjects (strong Al gebra background), and reasonable technical experience in traffic engineering signal timin g ex perience required. Knowledge of Apple II micro computer and Mac Trans software essential. Apply by 5 /31/85 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p m For more information: Contact the EEO Office, City of Tampa, 306 Jackson St., 7th Floor North 223-8192 DIRECTOR OF PLANNING CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG Salary $40,000 $48,600 Directs the City's innovative planning programs requiring formulation and update of comprehensive land use and development plans and regula tions and their implementa tion. Work involves coor dinating and directing a staff of 20 people Must be ex perienced in public presenta tion and dealing with commis sion s City Council, and public agencies. Colleg. e g r aduate with specialization in municipal planning, architec ture, public admini s tration or related field supplemented by a Master's Degree in city plan ning or public administration with more than four years pro gressively responsible ex perience in city planning in cluding some supervisory ex perience Closing date for receiving resumes is June 5, 1985. Sub mit resume to the Employment Office, P.O. Box 2842, St. Petersburg, Florida 33731. Equ a l Opportunity Employer ASSIST ANT TO THE PRESIDENT (LEGAL) (HCC) Hillsborough Community College invites candidates for the position of Assistant to the President (Legal)... responsi ble to the President for perfor ming, coordinating & ex pediting a variety of ad ministrative assignments, duties & programs designated by the President. Duties will include: main Jaining administrative Rules & Procedures; researching changes in Florida Statutes and State Board of Education Rules; implementing a regular schedule of administrative Rules & Procedures reviews; compiling information & data & preparing special report s for the President; reviewing & recommending solut i ons or courses of action; and r e lated duties as assigned Minimum qualifi ca ti ons: An attorney, lice ns e d to prac tice in Florida Com mitmen t s to competency-ba s ed m anage ment to equal access /e<1ual opportunit y a n d to a ffirmative a c tio n are requ ire d. Note: Sta ffi n g i s c ontingent up on a ppro va l of t h e budge t. Salary rang e : $22,52 7 t o $31, 696. (Exce llent benefits) Applica t ion d ea d line: May 31, 1985 Pl e a se call the Per son n e l Offic e (8797222, Ext. 230) f o r o f ficial HCC applica tion form or send lett er, resume and any s upporting documents to; Director of Personnel HILLSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE P .0. Box 22127 Tampa, Florida 33630 EOE-M/F

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.. CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT... .__. ______________ __ BABY SinER HOUSE FOR SALE DUPLEX I HOUSE Fancy paint designs put on 3: NEEDED .West Tampa. 211. Sold in VACANT LOT 3 Units your walls. Look terrific, not Mature woman needed for as-is condition. For $26,000. Size 53 x 117 Quiet Zoned Commercial-located expensive, strictly profes'""' mornings and nights. For Phone 685-7290. neighborhood. 3 BR/1 bath 105-107 22nd St., So. Ideal for sional. Call Ray, more information call 1-------------t home, good condition, 2 years business plus income, owner 1-------------1'""' 840 Block ho me for big fa mily old Call Cora Martin B dl Remodeling by Curtis 884-0 finance. Call Herman ra ey, Woodard. Specializing in inu. near Columbus Drive, K-mart 223-5214 or 237-1866. Bay 248-6256 eves. or 248-6111 ., terior or exterior carpentry. MECHANIST I and and Tampa Bay Mall; worth Area Managers, Inc. TOM p MARTINO Free estimates, easy bank CNC $60,000 asking, 549 000 INC., REALTOR financing. Licensed and bondMill and Lathe to set-up and Qu1' ck sale'. 873-2905. 2-LOTS 2018 7t. h AVE ed. 2404 N. 34th St., 248-3424. run clean shop, a/c plant, Zoned residential, high and good pay, overtime, insurance Spacious 3 bedroom / 2 bath dry, $5000 each Owner will AnN: INVESTORS GORDY'S and more. Call: frame house. Remodeled carry at 120Jo with substantial Grdss $8,100 yr. Low AIR-CONDITIONI_NG & H&S enclosed porch, new carpet, down. Call Bess evenings down Owner FinanceHouse HEATING Swanson's Tool througliout. 3405 12th 239-1793. and DuplexZoned C-1. For All appliances oil, gas, Company Avenue. $54,000terms. Call BAY AREA MANAGERS details call 248-6111 or electrical, refrierators and 541-3575 237-1747, after 5 p.m. INC., 237-1866 248-6256, evenings. freezers, ice machine, ale, EOE. TOM P. MARTINO washers/dryers. Call LEASE PURCHASE NO QUALIFYING! R It Inc., ea or 223-9233. ASSOCIATE VICE ., 39,900, down. 3 / 1 Large 3 bedroom stucco 2018 E. 7th Ave. PRESIDENT FOR CB a l e, carpet, remodeled. home, fenced yard, $27,500, ACADEMIC PROGRAMS 4314 W. LaSaltc. 239-1392 or $2,500 down. 3917 E. Henry. LOTS FOR SALE (HCC) 238-9531. ANTHONY & Priced Right Convenient in RATES FOR GOOD AND Candidates invited for NEW HOME ASSOCIATES good neighborhoods. $1,000 BAD DRIVING Assoc iate V.P. for Academic REALTOR down, owner finance or will RECOR DS $35,000 -3/1 on large cor30 b k Programs ... responsible to the ner lot near playground. Gar6 4 N. Ne ras a build to suit. Call Herman INSURANCE V.p. for Acade mic Affairs for 4865 237-5011 Bradley, 248-6111, ofc., evenrett Realty, Inc. 875, :!2 liD the planning & directing of ineves., 870-3299. CONVENIENCE ings,' 248-6256 HAMIL TON AGENCY structional programs STORE TOM P. MARTINO f throughout the College Attention Builders & In-Meats, beer and food Inc., Realtor 1720 North Nebraska Ave. district. vestors!! 2-lots. 50x100 ea. stamps, gross sales 2018 E. 7th Ave. PHONE : 229_1879 ; Mmimum Qualifications: $13,000. Zoned R-3. $20,000/mo., net approx. S!. An earned doctorate from an Geraldine F. White, $4,000 A good butcher will RIVERVIEW f = accredited institution and five Realtor' 251-8964, or Maude increase sales by $6,000(mo. "No Qualifying. Nice 2 BR FREE Pregnancy Test s : year s of teaching experience or Couzens 621-2953. Total cash price including home. Large Lot. Owner A five years of academic ex1-------------t $7000 inventory, $29,000, and Finance $23,000, $3,000 (Early Test vailable) ; perience in an institution of HOUSE FOR SALE assume note of $16, 000 down. Low monthly payment. ABORTIONS higher e d 0 cat i 0 n Ad-3 bedrooms / 2 bath. Double ART MORRIS Indi v idual Coun s eling g. ministrative experience as a garage, Central H/ A, Formal BROKER TOM P. MARTINO Nitrou s Oxide Available department chairperson or R F d 961_2834 Inc., Realtor =" academic directo r in a multiDining, Florida oom, ence i7t= fiT" a campus system and experience Backyard. 24"15 sq. ft. Drive FOR SALE 2018 E. 7th Ave. :.Yfll \ i with collective bargaining are b y 4109 LaSalle St. (off Lois). BY OWNER ([l)91tll1lf desirable. Applicants must: Seller paying closing cost. MISCELLANEOUS have demonstrated experience Then call Sue Kirk office, Doll house in quiet '-''Wf!/ I in supervising academic faculJ..-8_8_5_-7_4_6_8_; _h_o_m_e_,_9_6_8-_4_7_14_._--l neighborhood. 2/1, Central Private Inve s tor will con1 A / H t N carpets new side r any situation L___; -ty a nd a Commitment to the 1r ea ew .,, 0 Q I bl' d bl k on Homeowners only. 963-0565. open-door community college N UALIFYING pamts, mlmID s, oc c -Birth Control Clinic Large 3 BR / 2 bath home, struction. Owner financed, va1-------------t 251-0505 => concept; be able to promote $ 0 OOO d SHINE BRITE excellence in college transfer, corner lot, fenced yard, cant. 1 own. 1302S.DaleMabry c. occupational, college $48,000 only $5,000 down. $498 / month. Drive b y 3005 E. Professional hair weaving ALL WOMEN S HLTH. P reparatory and continuing 707 E. Pl y mouth. Flora. (Off Sligh & Ea s t 30th). and nail designs. Personal serCTR. OF TAMPA ? ANTHONY & 886 9154 vice. Call Sunshine, 935-7315 1 education programs; and have c ommitment s to competencyASSOCIATES t $12,800 REALTOR Going somewhere special? C-z All Women's ba s ed management, to equal 3 bedroom / 1 bath. 864 s q. /Yl 6304 N N b k Free Facial. (813) 681-1581. 'w;mtnf' Health Cenrer access / equal opportunity and e ras a ft. 1209 New Orlean s St. As Jean Y. Andrews, Mary Kay Of t= affirmative action. 237-511 is!! Cmltr S. .,_------------1 Consultant. 1 North Tampa, =" S alary range: $33,000 to LOTS __s c_: $48,000. (Starting salary is NEW HOMES For home or business on Need a gift for someone Inc. negotiable, based on ex-FHA 235 Program 34th St., North of Osborne special? Fast gift service for all (formerly Tampa Counseling Perl ence). c D 1 Ave. Terms. occasions. Will wrap and =<:) osta eve opers & Abortion Center, Inc .) Note: Staffing is contingent 223 .. 5214 Thomas L. Loft deliver. (813) 681-1581 Jean fll upon. the approval of the 1-------------1 Realty Y. Andrews Mary Kay Conbudget. Application deadline: NO QUALIFYING 623-1369 sultant. Ma y 31, 1985. Please call the Available immediately. TUTORING Personnel Office (879-7222, STOP-LOOK Is your child a slow learner $5,000 and take over LISTEN Ext. i30) for official HCC appayments. 3 BR / 2 bath. 3 year w / reading or math problems? P lication form, or send letter, The FHA 235 Program is I can help them. Tutor1'ng 1 n old bJock home, Central t'll I M t res ume and any s upporting s 1 a lve. ore um s now your home. Call 689-8269, Heat/ Air, 3720 Mistwood 'I bl U 1 S 'II h I document s to : a val a e. nc e am WI e P Saturday and Sunday. Director of Per s onn e l HILLSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 22127 Tampa Florida 33630 E O E -M / F FOR SALE VETERANS VA. No Mone y Down. No Clo s in g Co s t. Fast Occupan c y Free Information. Call Walt Brewer Realty, 933-6621. Drive. pay your mortgage payments. t---....;. ____ ..;... ___ -1 Call owner, 685-0297. Special buy: A new two 1974 GREAT FORECLOSURES bedroom, central H / A automatic carpeted, range and engi'ne, WESJ TAMPA refrigerator, utilit y room, 621-8483 3 / 1 bath. Concret e block. washer-dryer hook up s and p.m. Asking $38,500 $500 down large y ard i s a v ailable for .,_;..---,7-8_C_H_R_Y_S_L_E_R __ -4 3 / 1 bath, with aluminum $38 500. Your 235 pa y ment 00 $ 500 Tow n & Country Stationsiding. A s king $46 7 approx. $3.25 total. Call Fred wagon Brown & Gold 4 door down. Berr y, Salesman 231-2191 a l e, power steering and win3 / 1 bath. Concrete block. Eves., 238-4111 or Pat Void. Asking $39,500. $500 down. dows, $700 and take over 3 / 1 bath. Concrete pay -ments of $96 /montli; block.Asking $38,500. balance approx. $1, 200 Call down. 253-0257 or go by 212 S. Armenia FREE PREGNANCY TES S Birth Control Clinic Pregnancy Terminations (Awake or Asleep) Confidential Counseling OPEN : Mon.-Sat 961-7907 > FHA Home. Low down pa y ment. Small monthly pay ment. Quick occupancy. Call for free information. LAWN 1'1'1 WALT BREWER REALTY 933-6621 SPRINKLERS 812 E. Henderson Save mone y by doing it 1'1'1 Suite A your s elf with profes s ional Z PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS 223-6233 help For additional informa-4803 Nebraska Ave. 5810 N. 40th Street tion, call Leon Johnson, 237-i5 231-2191 259-1062, after 4 p.m. < ........ M

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00 =-...; Burglaries Ms. Debra Reid, 25, 1909 N. 35th St., reported to police that someone entered her home through a window and removed $225 in cash, a color TV worth $350 (\ltd a $25 toaster. Ms. Maureen Juanita Dyer, 1318 E. Conovt:r ; complained that someon' e entered a bedroom to her home and removed a 26" television set r alued at $500. A $5 bill, .38 caliber revolver worth $160, a 44 caliber revolver valued $120 and a set of keys were taken from the home of Frank Bell, 78, 1010 Longshoreman Ct., Apt. C. According to police reports, a television and a fan, both ; worth $115 were taken from .g the residence of Rance Williams, Jr., 29, 729 E. r-1 Henderson .c Unknown suspects forced e entry into the utility room at = the home of Ms. Lillian 53, 2217 N. Grady I and removed two tires and chain saw all valued at $344. c The residence of Ms Green, 41, 1907 32nd "C Ave. was burglarized by unknown suspects who broke in and removed two televi sions, a radio and a ghetto blaster. The merchandise was --.......... $515. Unknown su s pects fled from the residence Ron Earl Farmer, 30, 303 Plymouth Ave., after tak $1,014 worth of merchan that included a 25" TV set. Apparently u s ing a key to the kitchen door persons unknown entered the r esidence of Ms. Doris Marie Willis 22, 235 B, Patterson St. More t han $300 in merchan dis e was taken. Persons unknown burglariz = ed the home of Evan G: Dessasau, 61, 3417 N. 26th St. and remo v ed jewelry, video equipment and clothing wort h more than $1,000. Thefts Mack Jones, 44, 4501 38th St. reported to police that a man' s diamond ring worth $1, 400 was stolen from his home while several guests visited. Ms Lillian 50, 1139 Chestnut St., Apt. 300, reported to police that so removed $325 cash her purse. She has no Ms. Ollie Mae Williams, 34, 237 Stratford, also complained that someone removed cash from her purse. $320 were taken from her. Someone broke into the '79 Ford owned by Charles E. Baker, 43, 8720 N. 15th St. and removed a .38 caliber rev olver worth $90. It was reported to police that an unidentified suspect fl ed the scene at 1613 Buffalo Ave. with $230 worth of food stamps. The merchandise belonged to Ms. Martha D. Perry, 17, 3510 E. Comman che It was reported to police that an unidentified suspect fled the s cene at 1500Yz 18th St., with a moped valued -at $350. The vehicle belonged to Robert Lee Washington, 55, 1500\12 18th St. Orleando Lundy, 41, 3709 E. Henry reported t& police that an unidentified suspect fled the scene at 3709 E. Henry with $419 worth of lawn care equipment. Ms. Rene Michelle Turner, 21 1906 W. Laurel, Apt. B, .re;orted to police that an unidentified suspect fled the scene at 4235 N. Armenia with $415 in cash Drug Arrests According to police reports, LeVona Riggins, 18, 3105 E 26th Ave. was arre s ted and charged with possession of co caine while at the corner of N. Nebraska and E. Cass. While at the corner of N 35th St. and E. Palifox Ave., police arrested Leon Johnn y Moble y 28, 2707 N. 33rd St. and charged him with posse s s ion of marijuana. Arrested and charged with po sses sion of marijuana while at the c orner o f Rome and LaSalle according to police reports, was Rudolph Mc Cloud, 39, 3715 E Powhat tan. According to police report s M s Traci L. James, 21, 3410 27th Ave., was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana while at 1001 N. Westshore Blvd. Arre s ted and charged with possession, sale, and delivery of marijuana while at the cor ner of Howard and Beach, ac cording to police repor .ts, was John Adams Hightower, 19, 2315 Chestnut. -spot Works ---Go Classified ACE WELDI-NG. FREE Estimates Portable Welding ;.:. Shop Work Fabricating f-i Burglar Bars Ornamentals Metal Staircases General Repairs Pretty Good Condition, Call Alma Green, 251-0417. MODEL SEARCH International Model of the Year competition. For more information call 681-0007. Loving, efficient care for the elderly in my home. References provided. Phone 621-6114. Residential and commercial loans on homes. Let us help solve your financing pro blems. 2 bedroom duplex. Stove, Refrigerator, Carpet, Washer/Dryer hook-up. Burglar Bars. 621-4166, after 7 p.m. LEASE OPTION $5,000 down $1,000 month. Town/Country A 1 acre. 4 bed, 2 bath, near port, beach, schools. 884-8824. W.R. BERRYHILL Lie. Mtg. Broker 248-8014 we buy Homes and Lots FOR RENT For Cash. HOME IMPROVEMENTS apartment by week or ANTHONY & Quality work. All types. month. 932-2856. ASSOCIATES Repairs, remodeling, and newi----------:-REALTOR construction. Class A APT. FOR RENT ,. 6304 N. Nebraska contractor. 238-3244 or 2 bedroom, carpeted, ai 237-5011 988-8551. conditioned in Sulphur $275/month. 972-2513. NICK'S GROCERY MONEY TO LEND & MEATS Mortgage Loans up to Tender T-Rone Steaks -98' $15,000. No Credit Checks. ca. Center Cui Pork Chops Tom P. Martino, Inc., 50( ca. 590i N. 40th St., Realtor 238-1697. 2018 E. 7th Ave. WASHERS/DRYERS Ph: 248" 6111 Rent-to-own in 1 year. h======:::;::::==;:::=;-1 248-5385. Emergency I. REWARD NEEDHOME $5 $500 REPAIRED? ----Floors, Windows, Painting For Your Junk Car and Carpentry. Call me last Fast Free Pickup and save. Louis Benjamin, APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1,2,3,4 bedroom apartments. Some furnished, some utilities paid. 229-0862. MONEY T ALKSI i and 2 bedroom apts for ale. I&M Apts., 1002 n St. 258-5151 ROOMS FOR RENT Large furni s hed rooms with burglar bar door, near Florida Avenue. Newly remodeled. Bathroom and kitchen COUNTY WIDE TREE SERVICE All types of tree work. Free Estimates. Insured. 626-6124 $45 / week plus $15.00 deposit required. 221-3813 or 253-2539. 238-2801 SYLVIA WIGS & BEAUTY SALON 2271 E. Hillsborough HOUSE FOR RENT 4 bedroom house for rent, 4605 E. 38th St., $325/month plus deposit. 986-4325 or 247-7379. (Ea s tgate Plaza) I 239-3404 238-1912 I GRANT PARK. Wigs Complete Hair 932-8607 AREA Care ""-""" 2 BR spacious apartment, Nexus Products :=:=.:::.:.: ; :,:; :;,;;:;:::. .. i air / heat, utilities par-... ___ ..;... _______ "'1 --tially paid. Section 8 accepted. EXCEPTIONAL A DISTRIBUTERSHIP 985-8361. ask for ndrew. AVAILABLE Nice dean private rooms for For person who demand s nice clean working people. $50K plus annually. We offer 1-----------""1private, reasonable, lurnished a legitimate relationship in the Large 3 bedroom home. and all utilitie s i ncluded. concession equipment business Powhattan. $270 / month. 1 .2:,:5:.;4:.;-3::.;9:.;7.:5.;.. ---------1 "I t t d 8 welcome. 237-5011 ... which is famt Y a e Nice rooms for You need good Apt. for rent by week or by ted, kitchen credit/character, sales exp. onth. 254-3212 or 989-0271. utilities included 2 blocks helpful but not necessary from bus line, Ybor City. Call $23,500 req. _(finance if Furnished rooms for Kay Boggus, 247-6756. qualified). Call Mr. Ballard kitchen facilities. 237-2808. 813-968-4947. 1-----------tEfficiency & 1 BR apt., 3 bedroom apartment, fully $250 / month. Call $125 /deposit, as low as $50 / week including water, garbage & sewage. 223-4600, ask for Dan. ;: Commercial

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Man's Body Left In Parking Lot Of Bar According to police reports, a 25-year-old mari. was left ly ing in the parking lot of the Manila Bar, 2620 E. 7th Ave., after being fatally shot once in the left side, at 2:54 a.m. Saturday morrting. Police spQkesman Johnny Barker indicated that there is no known address on the vic tim, and his identity is l5eing withheld until the next-of -kin has been notified. Police reports state that the victim was shot while sitting in the rear seat of a 1980 or 1981 burgandy Ford vehicle. An unidentified black female and black male Columbian were also passengers in the same vehicle Police are currently seeking two known suspects, who fled the scene in the 1980 or '81 Ford after pulling the victim's body out. 35,60. To believe in immortality is one thiAg, 77,18. but it is first needful to believe in life. 39,40. Frank's Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 621-4034 Residential Commercial Financine Arranged Burglar Bars Railings 1-'in' E s capes Welding s Ornamentals Licensed ln$ured Bonded FRAN K E. JOHNSO N Own e r Free Home Security Tips BE YOUR OWN BOSSI! SELL THE, FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN NEWSPAPER EVERY TUESDAY. AND FRIDAY! ADULTS AND TEENS WELCOMED. BECOME A _QR CARRIER. AGENTS OR CARRIERS ARE NOT OUR EMPLOYEES. THEY ARE COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO BUY THEIR PAPER FROM US AT ONE PRICE, AND SELL THEM TO CUSTOMERS AT ANOTHER PRICE FOR A PROFIT. SENTINEL EXAMPLE CHART FOR AGENTS : EFFECTIVE APRIL 2, 1985 PAPERS AGENT COST PROFIT FOR AGENT 25 55.00 53.75 50 510.00 57.50 100 520.00 515. 00 200 540.00 530.00 500 5100 00 575.00 1 ,000 5200.00 5150 00 Y O U C A N P U RCHASE 25 P APER S FOR '5.00, AND EARN A '3.75 PROFIT, OR 1000 PAPERS FOR '200.00, AND MAKE '150.00 PROFIT. YES, YOU GET YOUR '200.00 BACK PLUS '150.00 PROFIT ALL IN ONE DAY!!! THAT'S WHY, BEGINNING AP_ RIL 2ND,. YOUNG AND OLD ALIKE CAN EARN A GOOD LIVI N G WORKING TWO DAYS TUESDAY & F RIDAY SELLING THE FLA. SENTINEL BULLETIN PHONE: 248-1921 C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill CIRCULATION DIRECTOR ------------Grandmother Called Drug-Dealing Threat MEMPHIS -A federal judge has ordered a 61-year old grandmother held without bond after a prosecutor said she would be a threat to the community -if released. Gladys Stokes was arrested at an East Memphis shoppin-g center less than 48 hours after being released on bond in another drug case. She was <;barged with conspiring tc possess illegal metham phetamine with intent to distribute "It's almost a given, hat wheri. she's been free on bond, she's going to continue selling drugs," Assistant U.S At torney Tom DiScenza told U S Magistrate James Allen on Tuesday Will Heaton, a defense at torney for Stokes, did not con te s t the government's motion to refu s e bond I DEATH I OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME Mrs Sarah Grant 41J3 J\t. wate r Dr. M iss P a tri cia Clar k, 1902 L a S a lle Baby Boy Willi a m, 421 Nor dica Mrs. Foreman, 1608 New Orleab Mr Charles McWhite Jr., 1720 Grunthal St., Jackson ville, Florida BOYD FUNERAL HOME Mill", P adge tt N u rs ing H ome WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME Mr. Bennie Daniels, 2702'12-18th Avenue Mr. Joseph Bryant, 3706-31st Street Mr. Arnett J. Smith, 1516 Spruce Baby Boy Johnson, 936 Main Street Mr. Joseph Thomas, 1607 Lecuona Ct. Mrs. Marjo ri e B Clark 1902 LaSalle Mrs Claudia A Moore, 4431 Dolphin Drive Mrs. Ida Britt, 2918 Chipco AIKENS FUNERAL HONM E Mr E rne s t Willi am s, 1717 Na ssau St. Mrs. Alice P. Lane, 1422 Early Morning Robbery Leaves One Man Dead s According to police reports, ing ski masks. ac 34-year-old Jessie A. Salter, According to Mrs. Salter, > 2609 N. Highland Ave., was the two suspects allegedly < found lying on his back, dead, entered the Salter's residence a,ter an apparent i:obbery. at 4 :56 a.m Monday morning l>olicespokesman Johnny while the couple was sleeping, i explained that there tied them up, and gagged her u. was no vislble traumi"tothe husband, Jessie. The robbers body, and are fled the scene with an undeter waiting for a rep1nt from : : the mlried amount of jewelry, but Medical Examin'<;r's Office." not beforf\ untying Mrs Salter's Wif e, Pe4(1, told Salters. :police that they werel. vic-Barker explained that the intims of an alleged by cident peeq,;:lassified a? two unknown suspects -one hQmicide, and the case is stiU white a.ud = c. Ricky Ee Willia111s Attorney A t Law {5112 Yrs State Attorney's Office) and WrongfuiDeath Sli p & Fall, Railroad, Boa t & Motorcycl e A cc1dents, Defect1v e Produc ts, Uni n sured Motoris ts). C'l Criminal Defense (State & Federal Court) (Felonies, Drug Cases, Misdemeanors, Traffic, DWI and Divorce Custody Support Hours: -Mon Fri. 8-6 23 400 B11Halo Saturday 9 12 Noon 7-16 59 .. ............................

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. CIS ;: f-4 = () ;>. z f-4 ()! \ WE-CARE ABQUT YOUR HOME .. 6W.\YS I. Frtt Delivery 2. Frtt Set -up and Carry Qnr Accoanll 4 I nsu ranee Prole<: t ion 5 Big Sdtttion 6 : and Ahe Service to Make sureYou _are Satiofied. Protected ALL OVER by DMis EXCLUSIVE DYMAGUARD __ Colonial Styling in Lancaster Pine Finish. Function arid beauty are combined to make this colonial styled bedroom Suite includes: six drawer double group one you 'll enjoy for -many years. dresser, mirror, panel head board, nite stand, and a 4 drawer chest. 7th Ave. Serving Tampa Since .1931 ARMON Solidly constructed of wood arid wood products, with an engraved Pine Finish. Stylish features include fancy embossed floral accents and brass plated hardware. 5 Pc. Suite ALL MERCHANDISE SIMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION WE CARRY OUR OWN ACCOUNTS Ph: 247-4711 Plenty Of FREE On lot In REAR OF STORE OPEN 9 AM to6 PM MONDAYTHR\J SAT. CLOSED SUNDAYS REMEMBER ... LAJ\llfON IS A FULL SERVICE FURNITURE STORE :L. .... ...................................... .................... ..


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