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Chef Wins 3 Trophies, $2,000 (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) ...... Program Places 54 In Jo)f> (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) '? All The News Fit To Print FLORIDA I entinel ,r: ulleffu AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY ... ..._'-110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday 35C VOL. 40 NO. 53 TAMP A, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS HARTline, Judge Agree On Benches -, (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23) Murder Man Charged In Village (SEE STORY ON PAGE 22) ..... .' .. J NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH IN HYDE PARK CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY The pastor, officers and members of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 Oregon Avenue, celebrated their 79th anniversary, May 25-26. The theme was emphasized in services beginning Saturday evening, "Reflections Of The Past," an old fashion camp meeting including a covered dish supper; Sunday morning, "Commitment To The Present," and Sunday evening, "Challenge Of The Future", a youth rally culminating with an ice cream social. The Reverend Harry L. Harris, licensed and ordained by the New Salem Church, returned home to deliver the morning message. At present, he is the pastor of Poe's Memorial Baptist Church in Eustis. Ministers at this service were, left to ljgbt, the Reverends Ruben Robinson, Clyde Thompson, C.C. Drayton, H.affy L. Harris, and J.P. Saunders, pastor.


.... .... ........ .... .................. .. .................................................... : Developers Plan Shopping Health Fair 1965 Blake Class Seeks Members Center Near Community Wednesday Families Of Deceased ;J Several agencies of the .., JIYJIATIY Hillsborough County cc:>m-BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Staff Writer munity have combined efforts Sentinel Managing Editor ... .;, :.......... to sponsor the third annual :The memories of a long and Health Fair' previously fund confrontation between ed by the National Health Fair Phosphate Com-Committee. pany t e Progress Village The Health Fair will be held Community are,.:siill fre s.ll in Wednesday, June 5, 10 a. m. ... peoples' .ffi1nds. 4 p. m. at the Martin Luther Gard,inier wanted to conKing Center, 2300 N. Oregon. disposal field Screening will be available near the commuriity;..;wtUch is in several different areas, inmore than 20 years old. The eluding blood chemistry nothing near analysis. Refreshments will be them that was a potential serveq. health hazard, and which For additional information, could eventually lead to CLARENCE FORT especially for directions on the depreciation of their property. blood chemistry analysis, contreatment. If there are pro. After months of public blems, we want to know it." tact Mary Johnson at hearings, with testimony from 272-5074, or Jean Gaylord at the experts and from the According to Atty Dick 272-5220 residents themselves, the Greco, who is representing the The Health Fair is free to all Franklin Group, "We are now Board of County Commispersons in the community. sioners approved the comfighting an uphill battle. We Participation is urgent so that plans for a gypsum want your support from tothe program can continue to pile. But concessions had to be day right now and we want a be f.unded and provide an opmade between the two parties. representative (from Progress portunity for those who are The Franklin Group Inc. is Village) with us every step of not financially able to have, at the way." now planning to develop least, an annual checkup. 63 f l d h h The developers estimate it -acres 0 an w IC SitS at Job Program the intersection of Madison will take five years before the Ave. (Progress Blvd.) and 78th project is completed. For Dropouts St., just directly in front of Although the residents apProgress Village, into a proved of the project, there Business Park. But they first were still concerns that the want the villagers approval. developer might not honor his "We are aware of the condiproposed plan for a Business tions surrounding Gardinier a Park that would compliment number of months ago," John the community. There were LaRocca told the residents concerns that potential tending a special meeting callbusinesses would try to buy ed by the Progress Village out the village. Civic Council last night. But the developers and their LaRocca is the Project Direc-attorneys emphasized that tor of Urban Planning for the they would abide by whatever Florida Land Design And the community and the Board Engineering Inc. of County Commissioners "We understand that stipulate, once the project has without the residents' input, been approved. rumors start," LaRocca According to Progress stated. Village Civic Councif PresiAccording to the developer,. dent Clarence Fort, "We're the Business Park will consist between the devil and the deep of neighborhood commercial blue sea." He explained that businesses, professional the land will eventually be businesses, and light (indoor developed. But it's the type of type) manufacturing and development which concerns warehousing. the residents. "The developer is interested "Should we go for it (the in the community," LaRocca Franklin Group's proposal), stressed to those who had or not go for it and get questions about the project. something we don't want," he "He does not want this told the counsel members. development to become a proOn Monday the Franklin blem for the community." Group will meet before the .. Billy Herndon, President of County Planning Commission the Franklin Oroup, added, to request an amendment to "The residents of this comthe Horizon 2000 Plan, the munity will get preferential Comprehensive Land Use NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME Plan. According to LaRocca, "This is the first step in an attempt to rezone the property'' from low density residential to neighborhood commercial and light industry. "We're going to want you with us when we go to the Planning Commission," Atty. Greco reminded the villagers. Applications for the jobs, which will pay $3.35 per hour, may be completed now through June 10 at the Tampa Urban League, 1405 Tampa Park Plaza. The program is being fund ed by the City of Tampa under Title 11-B of the Job Training Partnership Act of 1 982. There is one stipulation, however. The applicant 'must enroll and actively participate in the GED program during the period of summer employ ment. There are 60 slots available for summer work experience. The students will work an average of 30 hours per week for the eight weeks, beginning June 17 through August 9. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 Weather Report E: Today Hot and dry, 95, low 78. Wednesday -Con uu,.u;;u hot, high 94, low Thursday -Again high 94, low 76. YES! We Can Solve Your Plumbing Problems! 10% Discount Off All Service Calls NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat tbe undersigned Melvin Hinson, Sr., intends to register tbe fictitious trade name, M&M Custom Cleaning, with tbe Clerk of tbe Circuit of Hillsborough Cou'n ty, Florida, Pursuant to Sec tion 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: tbat the undersigned in tends to engage in the business of Cleaning Commercial Office Buildings, at 2020 E. HanRepair Service-Remodeling na Ave., Tampa, Florida. New Installations 0 Dated this 26th day of April, MICHAEL R. REEVES Electric Sewer And Drain Cleaning 1985. For All Your Plumbing Needs Call MelvinHinson,Sr. "REEVE$ PLUMBING COMPA. N Y The 1965 Class of Howard W. Blake High School is en thusiastically a 20th year reunion that will never be forgotten. Many of the classmates have been meeting since the fall of 1980 to make sure the event is a momentous one. The highlight of the event will be special honorees, who are the family members of deceased classmates. These families will be presented a black and gold plaque bearing praying hands, the classmates names and other inscriptions. CAROLYN COLLINS ... 20th Reunion Chairman The class has been in contact with family members of the deceased classmates, however, there are those who cannot be located. Those family members who have not contacted Mrs. Carolyn Col lins, chairperson of the 29th Reunion Committee, are ask ed to please call her at 879-0372 to let her know who will receive the memorial award. Those deceased classmates to be honored include: Swan Buchanan, Charlie Darby, Norman Greaux, Eddie Mit chell, Donald Pressley, Joseph Scott, Ruth Smith, Jessie Thomas, and Louis Archie. The class sponsors for 1965 will also be special guests and should also contact Mrs. Col lins as soon as possible The teachers are invited to join the H. BRUCE MILES, DDS ... Class President festivities which convene on June 14 and culminate on June 24. Members of the reunion committee have worked untir ingly over the years to bridge the gap 0f classmates all over the world. Members of the reunion committee, other than Mrs Collins, are: Gwen Abrams, Janice Stroud, Julia Starling, Mary Stevens, Quida Hilton, Betty Briggs, Dennis Reddick, and Bernice Watkins. Headquarters for the re union will be the Hilton Hotel. The group will worship on June 16 at Greater Bethel Baptist Church, 808 Short Emory St., Rev. Oscar Johnson, pastor. Several other activities are also planned for each day. The highlight of the reunion will be a three day, four night Bahamian cruise on the S. S. Emerald. The group will teave Tampa for Miami on June 21. Class officers are: Charlie Johnson, Chairman; David Snow, Vice President; Jacquelyn Aquil, Secretary; Henry Lee DuPree, Treasurer Janice Stroud, Financiai Secretary; Carolyn Collins, 20th Year Reunion Chairper son; H. Bruce Miles, DDS, Bob Anthony, Parliamentarian; Carolyn Col lins, Acting Chaplain. The theme for the class is: "Insight: A Look Back To Our Past, At Our Present And Into Our Future." Thomas C. Hills Construction And-Real Estate Tireq 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 Brand New Home For Example: Our 1040 Model 3 BR's, Separate Dining Rm., Breakfast Bar, Central A/C, W /W Carpet. P /I Payments Star ting As low As $380/Per Month. RT-7 Model 2 Bedroom Homes. P /I Payment As low As $339/Per Month. Selected lot Included. Minimum 5% Down Payment. For More lnformotlon Call: 621-2021 Melvin Hinson, Jr. ..........


Dislocated Places 54 ................................ Program Newly Elected Commissioner Makes Worker People In Jobs Move To Impact Community BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor Oftentimes, individuals they can just imagine how another feels who has been unemployed for an extended period of time. In reali ty, nobody can actually relate to that person but someone who has been unemployed for a period and has been beating the streets in an effort to get back into the workforce. The Title III Dislocated Worker Program has just completed a year of service to 77 people (145 indicated an in terest), 54 of whom were MRS. GLORIA ANTHONY ... Coordinator I Training Specialist employed and 15 with on the able to succeed The staff also job training skills. Patricia learned that the participants Clark, who was murdered ear-wanted to work as opposed to l y la st month, was one of those receiving government aid. placed b y thi s program, and As an example, Mrs. Anaccording to reports was ad-thony told of a s ingle parent justing quite well. who took advantage of exUnder the watchful eye of tended family care by moving the Tampa Urban League, the in wither her parents while federally funded local pro-sea rching for a job because s he gram grant was written by refu se d to accept government Mrs. Joanna Tokley, the ur-aid. She went on several jobs ban league's executive direc-before finally being hired tor, who worked closely with Services provided by the Tithe program and is pleased tie III program included in with the overall success. A se-take, counseling, career job cond program has been sub-and/or job. assignment trainmitted for refunding. ing seminar, setting up the job Newly elected County Commissioner Rubin Padgett has been on the job for a short period of time, but already he is thinking about making an impact on this community. "In just the short time that I have been there (as County Commissioner), I've learned that there is a lot to learn and a lot that our people and all peoRUBIN PADGETT ... County Commissioner District 3 PERRY HARVEY, JR. .. City Councilman District 3 BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor ple should know about. "Whlie we (elected officials) are campaigning, we take the time to go to the different JUDGE THOMAS STRINGER .. County Traffic Division churches, group gatherings and other engagements to let the community know who we are,'' Commissioner Padgett stated. "But," he continued, ''we never go back to the peo ple with a report" as to what is taking place. Commissioner Padgett is proposing that all six of the elected black officials get together sometime during the fall to give a report to the peo ple. "A quarterly or semiannual report would not be asking too much of the of ficials," he stated. "We can start planning now." He admitted he has not fully discussed the idea with the other elected officials but is.in that they, too, will agree his concern for the peo ple. "We owe it to our community ... and it will enhance our concern for voter registra-... State Representative District 6 tion and political participa tion. The community will be more familiar with the politi cians, and more blacks will be intere st ed in \ the political process, more wpl go to the polls and more wtll be voting, in s tead of complaining. "Our children will also have a role model to identify with. They will see that blacks can become elected officials. And, the community will know we are riot above them but a part = -of them," he stated. ; The forum Commissioner Padgett has in mind would be C.:, a little st ricter than a church E. speaking engagement and [ would give the officials the ; portunity to tell the audi ""C' about their position dnd g. they do, a question and ans = CIJ session and a social, all =" which should not. cover more l than 1 Y2 hours. Padgett does not expect the idea to catch on ''like a ball of fire, but it's an idea we can build on and not let die, and f keep the people informed," he concluded. The administrative staff of interview, child care services the program could well relate for those who needed it when to those persons who were sergoing on an interview, gas viced by the program because mileage, tokens for bus they, too, had run the gamut transportation, and many of unemployment prior to other servic;es. Nancy Fitzbecoming a part of this pro-patrick of GTE Data Services gram. Arlene Newman, job provided an interview service developer; Dayle Green, job in coordination with Tampa developer; Norma C. Steeler, Cable and Dr: Mary Lindsey intake access counselor; and conducted ari interview pro Gloria Anthony, coor-cess with the clients. "We atdinator /training specialist / tempted to get people away were all familiar with the from the center to conduct our struggle to return to the seminars," Mrs. Anthony workforce. stated. According to Mrs. An-Average salary for those Caldonia Wins Three Trophies, Bar-B-Q Competition $2,000 In > = Q. .:s. I C") BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor thony, the overall purpose of hired was $4.37 with several in the program is to provide the $5 and up range. The employment training and job highest salary was $9 an hour. securement skills to persons The largest employer was Im. Tampa Bar-B-Q owner, Ar-laid off or long term pact Communications who thur "Caldonia" Roby had his unemployed workers who hired six cable installers. Other sights set on being the top winhave long exceeded the 15 employers were Brown's Ternner in the Great Southern Inweeks of unemployment com-pie, two childcare aides; vitational B-B-Q Champion-pensation. The makeup of the Barnett Bank of Tampa, ship held at Tampa Stadium clients served was a majority University Community this past weekend. black, female between the ages Hospital, Robinson's Eyecare He wasn't the top prize-of 21-40, single parents head Family Vision Center, optical JUDGE PERRY LITTLE getter, but the three trophies of households. Fourteen of the aide; WTMP radio, Jack's ... County Civil Division and $2,000 cash prize had he 77 clients were non-black (four Fender Mender, auto and family members over-Caucasians, 10 Hispanics). mechanic trainee; Pam joyed. One white client was plac-Johnson was an early Roby said all of it was a ed on a job. Three of those employee with Telecredit as a great experience for him, and serviced were over age 54 and CRT operator; NCNB, Pepsi a great deal of work, but he all applicants had been Cola and TV 28 hired a film kept everybody satisfied. unemployed eight months to editor. Competing with 20 best of two years. "Our purpose is that the the south bar-be-cuers, Roby "Blacks still face the impact client be maintained so as not took a first place for of the last hired, first fired or to repeat the unemployment Best of Florida Ribs, laid off syndrome," Mrs. An-cycle. There is no such thing as place trophy for Best of Tam-thony stated. During their prehaving a stable job, and with pa Bay Chicken and a third interviews, the administrative the change in the economic place trophy for Best of the staff learned that those who system, the upsurge in layoff, South ribs. The $2,000 cash participated in the pJ:ogram oeople in every segment will be award was for the Best Ribs in REV. A. LEON LOWRY were laid off from semi-skilled laid off. And, long term Florida .. School Board Member f h h d or skilled jobs, and it was a unemployment causes stress Sponsors o t e t ree ay layoff in those jobs and frustration," Mrs. An-training slots will be added. event held at Tampa Stadium throughout the area. "These thony said. According to the City of Tamwere: National Pork ProWIO'l-FM of Tampa, Embers Charcoal Briquets o Lake City, South Carolina. The event was promoted by Sports Management Group, Inc., Charles Serednesky, Jr., chairman. Roby, whose Caldonia's Bar-B-Q Grill is located on Mallory Ave just behind Gene's Bar, has been in the business some 30 or more years. Those who are not familiar with the job he does on the grill should certainly give this winner a try. -were skills that nobody was If the program is refunded, pa Planning Division, these ducers Council, Miller Beer utilizing anymore," Mrs. An-65 people will be serviced and are demand occupations. and Anthony Distributors of 'tl thony said four ill have an opportunity "Hopefully, the community Tampa, Klondike Ice Cream Careers And )>. w d th I I C C C"': What the staff attempted to receive new training in will become more receptive to an e sa Y ompany ocato do was encourage the par-clerical, carpentry, medical this program and produce Cola and the Tampa Coca-Graduate Edition o-1 ticipants to try a new job and assistant and secretarial skills, more jobs for our clients," Cola Bottling Company, Sun June 7, 1985 i not have the fear of not being and additional on the job Mrs. Anthony concluded. Rank of TamP a BaY


Member of notional Newspaper Publishers Assciotion (NNPA). and Am + algamated Publishers, Inc New York. + CYRIL BlYTHE ANDREWS t1 + I t 1901-1977 BEnY DAWKINS t : Founder General AdverY.sing Director I C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill t + President and Publisher Circulation Manager + .. t t SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS CAMILLE WILLIAMS t General Manager O'ffice Manager + t GWENDOLYN HAYES t f Managing Editor siMON JOHNsoN Local Corruption And The Black Community AVELINO CASELLAS RAMOS t ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Production Directo_rs It is not surprising that .SO Society Editor + far, not a single Black was inhis role would have been on the "errand boy" level. James Campbell case, that his priorities seem grossly ed. If THA does, in fact, have a case in connection with that $18 million probe, it may well solve \t lot of its financial pro : Second Closs Postage Paid At Tampa, Florida t dieted in the recent grand jury action accusing some 25 It will be interesting to see, and indeed it is interesting now that it has been revealed, how + SUBSCRIPTION RATES +. lawyers and businessmen, as + $31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. : ... well as fornier County Com+ PHONE: 248-1921 + mfssioners, of criminal activity in connection with profit the probe unfolds in the in vestigation into the $18 million unaccounted for expense in capital outlay improvements at the tampa Housing Authority. blems ; in retrieving the bulk of such funds. Rebuilding The Black Family The near collapse of the Black family and the absence of effective methods to prevent the con tinued .disintegration are currently topics addressed by urbanologists around the country. The statistics reveal that: 1. Approximately 33 percent of Black children are in female-headed households. Thi8-.figure is twice as large as it was in 1970. 1. 2. About 65 percent of Black births are out of "C wedlock. :; Only five percent of Black teenagers hold fulltime jobs The ghettos of large cities around the country are offering poor examples of good family structure and togetherness. t' These people who study the urban family crisis have done the. nation a great favor by broadcasting these mahidies. As most people know, until an ill"2 .c: ness is properly diagn osed, it cannot be correctly treated. America in general and Black people = specifically must now take drastic action to turn the tide of Black family dissolution. : People many times will do only what's in their =; best interests. Some non-Blacks don't feel that it is = in their best interest to strengthen the Black family. I Therefore, the main force for renovating the Black family is going to have to come from Black people. We must use paid and volunteer advertisement, education, counseling and motivation to teach our fellow Blacks ways to avoid the things that con tribute to family destruction. The facts, potential results and respon r sibilities of sexual intercourse must be taught so that the ignorant will not continue to trade a few minutes of happiness for a lifetime of pain. Children must be taught that the ultimate respon siblity of bringing a baby into the world is to be able to fully take care of the new life. We must convince more people that welfare should not be accepted as a way of life but should be viewed as relatively short term help during a period of. serious need. There are countless other things which must be done by all of us Because if we don't want to see our neighborhoods turn into fulltime hell holes, we must take the major responsibility for strengthening the foundation of the Black family 4 making schemes. Such crimes associated with zoning bribes and kickbacks involve millions of dollars. Such economic and political power brokers have lived true to tile script. Where money is concerned, legal or illegal, Blacks just are not in chided in any of the action. If a Black is ever indicted in such connection, one can bet It should bother members of the THA Board of Commis sioners that they have not been kept informed on that $18 million matter. Juan Patterson has been so pre-occupied by what amounts to be chicken with the William \. -Corruption is not good, period. All citizens suffer. Corruption is worst than monism, in fact, it is at worst a disease of fascism. Corruption is a prone evil of privilege To see taxpayers funds squandered in such corrupt practices during such times as cutbacks are in order, depriv ing poor people, mainly women and children, of much needed social services are downright sickening. Now, if there is an offense where capital punishment is in order, such corruption is it. Much human suffering, though it may not meet the eye, results from such corrupt practices. What the community here in The Alternative Is o Hillsborough county is presently enduring and Horrible To Contemplate witnessing in County governWASHINGTON -The we would never have said such ment, is an honest Howard University professor in the presence of characterization of the sysh:m was on the phone because he adults. as a whole. It is submitted that "just had to talk to "You'd like to think of trythe whole system is politically .. corrupt. somebody." He is dismayed ing to help some of these kids Criminal corruption is and frightened, he said, over find a job, or possibly hiring reflected in the of the the plight of the black some of them. But the truth is, law. There is no law which underclass and frustrated that I'm afraid of them These kids prevents favoritism and middle-class black profes-are going to be lost unless we typical politics in employment sionals don't seem interested figure out some way of practices, promotions, etc. in doing anything about it. rescuingthem. But what?" And when one looks at agen"It's increasingly obvious What, of course, is the procies such as the public school that the federal government blem. Those of us who were system, and other large com-isn't going to do anything the beneficiaries of the earlier ponents with budgets into the about the problem -I'm not civil-rights movement hundreds of millions, power sure how much it could do if It whose middle-class attitudes corruptible within its wanted to -and it's up of academic preparation and own fights. Public officials to thl! black middle class to do hard work enabled us to take seem to just go through the something about it. But when advantage of the opportunities motions. you talk to your friends about that movement made available Such is a bad omen for our it, you get statements like: -have not been able to devise democratic system. Here in 'The best thing I can do for the a comparable breakthrough Hillsborough County, effiunderclass is to be the best for the growing underclass. -ciency and real qualification doctor 'I can be, to set an exThe youngster most in need do not mean anything. It is all ample of success.' That's a of help seem least ready for it. about connections, political cop-out. The problem is getThey lack the basic skills, and connection. It's not what you ting worse all the time, J,nd more dismayingly' the basic know' but who you know. It is something has to be done. attitudes that would make all about being loyal, but The engineer friend who them attractive even as entry-dumb. It istlownright negative called me at home a few hours level employees. They don't against one to be intelligent in later apologized for bending know how to seek the help the work place of government. my ear, but he had to they need and, worse, they F 9 r Black people, it is worst. talk" about the problem. He positively frighten those who A l'f' d t II' t Classes Aval .la ble At F t H h C afi qua le m e lgen no. etg ts enter had lunched at a sm soulfeel the urge to offer help. nonsense Negro catches hell The lead.ers at Forest older. food restaurant near his place We are helpless, idea-less today in most agencies of Heights Community Center, Other classes available at of business and was shocked at witnesSes to a near-total social government. Local Blacks located at 4213 W. Green St., the center are: sewing, the language -loud, breakdown. The concerned who were born here, or those would like to invite the public aerobics, crafts, weight trainunrestrained and shockingly professionals who could comwhose roots have been firmly to join the karate class every ing and tumbling obscene -of three black mand the resources don't planted here, do no .. stand a Tuesday and Thursday after-Come out and support your adolescents who had come inknow what to do. Members of chance where advancement is 0 noon, 5:30-6:30 p.m. The fees community center!! to the place. ''I'm no prude; the youngsters' own families, concerned, irregardless of """ are $1.25 per class for those 17 Melvin McKay, Cedric my friends and I used some of who, at an earlier time, might their qualifications. The white tj years old and younger; $2 per Spencer and Debra Brown, the same language when I was haye helped them learn the atestablishment has long em... r.eicreiaitiioinlieaidiers ........... g.rowinguip.Thedifferenceis, ...... (ContinuedO .. nPageS) .. ._ .... 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................ .................................. June Is Black Music Month Before I go any further in our column for today, let me recognize the works of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated for thier book of knowledge, 8/ack Women, 4chietements Against The Oclll.\. For without this wealth of information, I would be lost. Since June is Black Music Month, let us again go to this source to learn the coni rihutions that our hard-work lllg and multi-talented s isters gave their lives and their loves for "The African musical tradition was kept alive by slave women who often com municated messages between themselves that their owners did not understand. Harriet Tubman, for example, used Steal A way to Jesus to signal the hour of escape during her work with the underground railroad. "After the war, black music evolved into the blues. Although female performers found independence In travelVIEW Hooray }'or Tax Reform One of the best ide as that Ronald Reagan has had since he has been in the White Hous. e is his proposed revision of the Fedcrar income tax laws. Grantld, Reagan's program isn't the be-;t in the world, and i-; not the cure all to our tax problems, but at lea ... t, it i' a step in the right tax sy'>tem forces good citizens dirlctinn to become tax criminals. Our currl nt income tax plan The average American just i., ... o outdated: There is a good makes so much money, and chance 1 hat the Pn:sident 's Proposal may pass. I for onl' of that goes to taxes. So mud1 goes to taxes that very certainly hope that it docs. Iiiii, ,., lcl't for the wage earner Almost anything i ... beller than '" h' e on. the that the Federal \\hen a worker receives his government uses to dip it-Social Security, income workers. tax, and in some states, a state I ha, c long advocated that tax all combined severely our income tax ht"' be reduces the size of a paycheck. brought in line to real lik a" But taxe-; don't stop there. Serious Black Teacher Shortage In Hillsborough County The count reached over 125 in skimming a document published by local school officials providing school by school listings of -Black teacher shortages. With the poor rate of Black failure on" the college test in teacher education training programs in state universities and colleges, Blac k teachers in. public schools across Florida may be fast becoming an endangered species. On the senior high school level, Black teachers in critical areas such as math imd science have long been at a crisis state of affairs. And with the phasing out of .oriented disciplines such as physical education, home economics, etc., the absence of Black teachers makes for a greater dilemma. The problem of upward mobility becomes greater for many of the highly qualified Blacks in the system may well begin looking elsewhere. Blacks are complaining that opportunities are limited where promotions are concerned. There have been recent complaints in regard to princi pal promotions in grades 1-5 elementary schools. This is especially true in those such elementary schools located in white neighborhoods. The number of Black principals in such 1-5 schools are about 3 or 4. And such principalships are in those schools having high Black enrollments or such schools are in old inter-city neighborhoods. When Black teachers see such patterns and practices boldly before them, they tend to start looking elsewhere for employment or get out of teaching all together. Most Black principalships are found in Sixth Grade or Seventh Grade Centers. Recent appointments seem to lean toward Kindergarten Centers or in some other kind of "Negro Jobs". Attention has long been called appealing to ad leadership and to members of the local school board. However, nobody has given but lip service to the problem. Sometimes this writer wonders about the usefulness of local school boards. They could well be becoming a waste of tax dollars and valuable time. It seems that their case is but another unnecessary layer of politics corrupting the whole system of things. \ Of course, the Black com munity and. Black children will continue to suffer as the sit tion worsens. White citizens would consider the situation intolerable if their children were mannered_ by a staff were manned by a staff where their ethnic was dwindling. Blacks, rightfully should feel no different. Black children...! in many ways, are ever in today's integrated school systems in Florida. Today's Black students are but shell of what they ought to be. In many ways they are about as naive about themselves a "nd real world they live in as a hermit facing a weekend in New York City. The presence of strong Black teachers 1js needed to correct this sitQation. White teachers, for the most part, are not interested in. developing Black students with a meaningful political outlook. Most still see Blacks from a .mental perspective embracing White supremacy. Politically, the average Black student is walking around these schools virtually in a state of retardation. The Black community will .!_ive to regret this present problem. l William Raspberry we cxplrienle it thL''l' In t"act the taxes areJust begin' "'" It 11 tl 1 (Continued From Page 4) "la .. y ovS. a egl'' la ning A trip to the gasoline sta's proposal '' ould tion for example, the tax on titudes that would help them for escaping the underclass: a benefit the (to be e.xsecure the special help they sort of Big Brothers approach gas is higher than the amount d d pccttd) and the poorest (total-of gas purchased. Black American need, often don't have the ap-es1gne to mculcate middlely the most As Then it's on to the grocery (Continued From Page 4 ) propriate attitudes themselves, class values. usual, the middle dass will having spent most of their But Big Brothers itself has a you wilL find the bear the brunt of the tax load. braced the policy of bringing lives outside the formal job huge backlog. of unmatched tax man on the job tht>re wtBut even at that, guys in outside Blacks where credi-structure In a growing youngsters, due to the ting down on the amount of caught up in the middle will groceries that can be carried ble positions and appoint-number of instances, their desperate shortage of pay le ss taxes under Reagan's out because of limited money ments are concerned. households hardly qualify as volunteering black men. Still, than current income Over at the Tampa Housing families at all. I believe a properly established sky high price s. If one tax setup. it' is projected that Authority, with all of those Can anything be done? I organization, with a well-run take-. a part or lhat check to those in the lowest income local Blacks having been suspect that there may be a and recruitment camthe clothiug store, you will bracket will have their income find that the .tax bug is there to dismi ssed, it is rumored that fair number of middle-class paign, could produce worth-tax CUI by 35.5 pe rcent. while some newl) established jobs blacks who, like the Howard while r esults. bite you again. the group above. t he m will ex-are to be filled by imported Universi ty professor arid the There would still be a short-perience a 22 .8 pcrc..::nt cut. If you stop by your favorit e people. In fact, this writer engineer, would be ready to age of role models, the The midJic da'' ba r and lounge, the tax m a n heard weeks ago that the posi-help if there were some demographics being what they will o nly rcalitt' a t ax cut of will serve you. Soon you lion of Direc 'tor of Housing mechanism for doing so. One are, but it should be 'possible 6.6 percent. A proposal in wonder what happened to all Management and such mechanism might be a to start a "skimming" process the plan i s to raise the personal my money? This goes on every Mai"tenance Operation, the formal organizationb locally in which at least those exemptions for the wage week and throughout the enposition James Campbell based, for pairing these youngsters (and their parents) earner and for his dependents tire year. could fill, has already been disaster-bound youngsters who are most interested might ely to $2,000. This Then comes the end of the earmarked for an out-of-town with middle-class adults who get the help they need in > = c. :I. I r =figure i> -,till extremely low but year and the dreaded income Black female from some other could help them develop the breaking out of the desperate it is a whole lot more realistic. tax season. By then you say, state. Such politics may not be academic and attitudinal pathology of the ghetto. "0 Nut o nly does the income the heck if I' am going to pay criminal, but it damn sure is The alternative is too horri> tax structure need to change, any more taxes and I am going not right. Cqrruption in any ble to contemplate. d f v ,, ;!i.!"' the entire system of taxing to try an get some o my form, affects us all Black '--"' ""-(c) 1985, Washington Post needs to be ()verhauled. (Continued On Page II) and white alike. Writers Group


1:1 < ::I Sharman McRae and Commissioner Rubin Padgett .at the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Affair. IT'S YOU ROSE CRUTCHFIELD THE MORRIS' HOST DINNER PARTY On Sunday afternoon, the Morris and Revels families gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris, Sr., 4917-38th St., for an elegant, get-acquainted, buffet dinner. The gala affair began with wine, cheese and crackers followed with seasoned fresh fruit, chateaubriand, almond pole beans, scalloped corn, baked squash, sweet potato souffle, tossed green salad, buttered rolls,. iced tea and assorted cakes. Enjoyjng the fesitivities were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Revels, Debra HJldley, Michelle Hadley, Frank Revels II, Lucille Scott, Ola Brown,ldeUa Green, Thelma Sapp, Corine Radford, Lamb Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stevens, Gladys Brown, Rosalyn Mitchell, Shawn Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris, Sr. and Michael Morris. t' TAMPAN'S SON BURIED IN NEWARK i .c: rl.l .... ::I 1:1 .... = = I 1:1 .... 1:1 Funeral services ;Kfc;>r Robert lee Jackson of New York City were held May 23 in Newark, New Jersey. He was the son of Ruby N. Epps of Tampa and Mr. Johnny Jackson of Newark. Survivors a,ko in\ elude two and a sister, James Jackson, Christopher Epps and Evelyn Jackson, all of Tampa. At the time 'of his demise, Jackson was employed by the New York City Housing Authority. ROBERT JACKSON A.M.E. MINISTER DIES IN DAYTONA Services for the Rev. A.W. Smith are being held May 31, at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church in Daytona Beach. He is a former pastor of Tampa's Bethel A.M.E. Church. (Continued On Page 9) Rev. S.C. Waterford Will Begin A 13 Week Broadcast Over Radio Station W.T.I.S. Dial N urn ber, A.M. 11.10. This Program Will Begin Saturday June 8, 11:30 A.M. To This Ministry Is Rendered To Help Spread The Teaching And Works Of Christ Jesus. Rev. S. C. Water-REV. s. c. wATERFORD ford Is Pastor Of Si. A.M.E. Church Famtly Located At 506 East Harrison St., Tampa, Florida. Telephone 223-3158. Rev. Waterford Has Become A Legend In His Own Time. ----WASHINGTON A national campaign to raise $300,000 to establish a memqrial to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in the Nation's Capital, is being spearheaded by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. The proposal for the Fraternity to assume the leadership for the project was at the organization's 78th anniversary convention in Cleveland last August. The ef fort is being plahned to coin cide with the first observance of Dr. King's birthday 'as a national holiday and the Fraternity's 80th anniversary convention which will be held in Washington, D.C., in 1986. Congressman Walter E. Fauntroy of the District of has introduced a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives in support of the project. Senator Paul Sar bahes of Maryland has entered similar legislation in the U.S. Senate. Both have indicated that they will urge their colleagud to endorse their respective bills. A majority of the members of the Congressional Black Caucus have already indicated their endorsement of the project to honor Dr. King. Marion S. Barry, Jr., mayor of the District of Columbia, and Andrew Young, mayor of Atlanta, both members of the Fraterni t, are serving as honorary co-chairmen. Once initial funds have been raised through Alpha Phi Alpha, the plan calls for taking the appeal to national Black organizations, corporate groups, private in stitutions, religious bodies, and the general public for ad ditional financial support. For example, other Black Greek letter organizations will be en couraged to back the project through their national leader ship and through the PanHellenic Council. -It is believed that the memorial to Dr. King, himself a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, would be the first to honor a Black man in the Nation's Capital. A statue honoring Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune was erected in Washington, D.C., in 1974. The first public announ cement of the project was made at the arinual Martin Luther King breakfast on January 15, Dr. King's birth day, in Silver Spring, Md. This event is sponsored by Iota Up silon Lambda Chapter of the Baha'i Observance-----------on May 29th, the Baha'is of Tampa commemorated the Ascension of Baha'u'llah, Prophet-founder of th_e Baha'i Faith with a prograQ_l of prayers and readings home of Mr. and Mrs. David P. Freeth, 6204 S. Kelly Rd. The program began at 3 a.m., the exact hour of. the passing of Baha'u'llah It was on this day in 1892 that Baha'u'llah died. He was born in Iran in 1817 and because of His teachings He spent more than forty years of His life in exile, banishment, and prison. The final years of Baha'u'llah's life were spent as a prisoner at near the prison of Akka' in the Holy Land. The tomb of Baha'u'llah at Bahji' is con sidered a H9ly Shrine -and a place of pilgrimage by Baha'is. Baha'is do not havepictures of Baha'u'llah. He wished the Baha'is to worship God and not Himself, the Manifesta tion of God. Baha'u'llah, when translated, means "The Glory of God." The followers of Baha'u'llah, called Baha'is, are now established in over 300 countries and territories around the world and the sacred writings of Baha'u'llah have been translated into over 500 languages. Fraternity, and is attended Alpha members from throughout the Washington area chapters. George B. Sealey, Jr., project director, has appealed to groups in recent public ap pearances to support the national drive. Sealey, former president of the Montgomery County, Md., Branch NAACP and retired protocol officer of the U.S. ment of State, pioneered the area to obtain honor for Dr. King. In 1976, he chaired Montgomery County's first Martin Luther King Commit tee leading to the declaration of a County holiday for Dr. King. Assistant project are Johp A. Harvey, Sr. and Oscar Little. Sub-committee chairmen are Eddie L. Madison, Jr., Communications; Thomas' Mar shall, Finance; Harold Navy, Memorial; and Alfred Bailey, Site. Other Committee mem bers are Harvey Brinson Ludwin Branch, Ryle A. Bell, Wuhan Dansby, Samuel Yet te, A.Gilbert Douglas, John Williams. Sealey said a bloe ribbon panel will be available for technical assistance and par ticipation in the selection process for a sculptor. First Baptist Church Of Keystone Pastor's First Anniversary June 3-9, At 7:30P.M. REV. S. L. McQUEEN Sis. Mattie Ford Chairman Bro. Clarence James Co-Chairman GREATER MT. MORIAH PRIMITIVE BAPT 1ST CHURCH 1225 Nebraska Avenue Elder Clarence L. Warren, Pastor YOUTH And YOUNG ADULT WEEK June 4 Thru 9. 1985 7:30P.M. Theme: "Pointing The Children To The Door ln 85" John 10:9 Tha1'54ay Speaker REV. CLYDE LEWIS 7:30P.M. Tuesday, Youth Prayer Meeting 7:30P.M. Wednesday, Youth Choir In Concert, 7:30P.M. -Bro. Veron Young Master Of CeremoniesFriday Speaker REV. SYLVESTER ROBINSON 7:30P.M. Saturday, Calander Feast, 6 P.M. Suaday Speaker BRO. STEVEN NUNN II A.M. Sunday, 11 A.M., Various Choirs, Usher Boards Of The City Will Serve. Thursday, Mass Choir Of Ebenezer & Young Adult Ushers Of Friendship Of Carver City Friday, Youth Mass Of First Baptist Of Progress Village & Youth Ushers Of Greater Bethel.


FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION The Family service Association of Greater Tampa is offering a seminar on "Eating Disorders" on Thursday Junl! 6 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Family Service, 205 W. Brorein St. The cost is $5. Henry Powers, MSW will be discussing the three eating disorders anorexia nervosa, bulimia and compulsive overeating. He will also cover community resources for treat ment. Reservations are required and may be made by calling Baird at 251-8477. The Family Service Association of Greater Tampa is offering a four week workshop entitled "Redirecting Anger" starting June 5 (Wednesday) from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at the same location. The cost for the workshop is $20.00. Dr. Tina Henson and Luke Horvath, MSW will be leading this workshop which is designed to help people deal with their feelings constructively. Participants can be those who have dif ficulty expressing anger at all or those who are concerned with being too angry. The reservation number is 251-8477. TECHNIQUE DENTAL STUDY CLUB The Technique Dental Study Club recently held its regular monthly meeting at the office of Drs. Gerald Kluft and Richard Rasmussen. Both doctors are periodontists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of problems related to gum disease. Dr. Kluft is also the immediate past president of the Florida Association of Periodontists. The members of the Technique Dental Study Club were given the opportunity to tour their new dental facility which ex emplifies the latest in modern dental office design. Drs. Kluft and Rasmussen later gave a continuing education lecture con cerning periodontal diagnosis and treatment. The information proved to be quite helpful and timely. Dr. James Green gave information concerning the upcoming meeting of the Florida Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Association which will be held In Orlando, in June. Others in attendance included Dr. Caleb Wright, Dr. William Bunch, Dr. Lorenzo Anderson, Dr. David Smith, Dr. Charles Myers, Dr. Rudolph Twiggs, Dr. Reva Press and Dr. William Marsh. COMMUNITY ACTION BOARD The regular monthly meeting of the Community Action Board is scheduled for 2 p.m. June 5, in the Community Room, West Tampa Neighborhood Service Center, 2103 North Rome Avenue. The public is invited. For further information please call 272-6770 MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1965 Invites You To A Skating Party-Monday, June 10, 7:30 10:30 P.M. Stardust Skating Center, 5107 N. 22nd Street DONATION: $3.00 Are Available From Class Members. Church Of God I 3810 E. Emma Street Announces Pastor's 2nd Appreciation June 3 -June 9 8 P.M. Nightly All Week Long There Will Be Churches From Throughout The City. The Public Is Invited. Evangelist Marcella Parker, Presiding ELDER WILLIE C. BARB Mothers Honored At Allen Temple A.M.E Church The Rev. Beverly Lane, Assistant Pastor of Allen Temple A.M.E. Church, spoke at the Mother's Day service at Allcm Temple. Also takil'ig part in the service were Evelyn Stonom, Lena Keeton, Thelma Richardson, LeWanda .Currington, Kay Felder, Barbara Williams, Dr. Alma Hires, Sarah Stokes, Janice Wiggins, Hazel Waiters, Cheryl Washington, Mary Keeton Flemmings, Brenda Shuman, Ellen Robinson, Nathalie Seniors Smith, Mary McCullough, Dr. Hazel S. Harvey, Minnie Mitchell, Florence Blair, Evelyn Agee and the Rev. J. D. Stonom, pastor. The 1985 honorees were Rosby McCaskill, Mary McCullough and Irene Scar borough. The devout church women were honored for their faithfulness, family uplift and church participation Other.s who have been so honored by Allen Temple since 1979 are: Eliza Ford, Pinkie Hamilton, Vivian Seniors, Cinderella Brady, Cora B. Larkins, Lena Keeton, Lillie Mae Houston, Lucille W. White, Mattie White, Clemmie R. James, Celeste Rodgers, Beverly Lane, Eunice Rawls, Hazel Seniors, Rayzete Dillion, Maxine Douglas, Celestine R. Williams, Sarah Lewis and Thelma Benton. Members of the Mother's Day Committee were Beatrice Stewart, chair, Hazel S: Har vey, Florastine Ander so Wilma Green, Thelm Richardson and Vivian Seniors. Careers And Graduate Edition Friday, June 7, 1985 I Mrs. Rosby McCaskill, Mrs. Mary McCullough and Mrs. Irene Scarborough. I I Women's Day Committee Chair, Mrs. Beatrice Stewart and Mrs. Roberta J. Frierson. Miami Beach Hosts O.B.C.A. Convention Konover Ramada Renaissance Hotel, Miami Beach, was the sitewhere Dr. Cathlean B. Ross, State Presi dent and the largest delegation in the history of the associa tion assembled to observe the 46th Annual Orange Blossom Cosmetologists Association Inc. Convention, May 18-23. The theme: "We Are Ciimbing Together To Build A Solid Foundation For The Future." The host units, No. 49, President, Mrs. Mary Bryant, Miami; Unit No. 36, Presi dent, Mrs. Freddie Craig, Opa Locka; and Unit No. 55, President, Mrs. Ellen Bentley, Opa Locka and members greeted the delegation with warm hospitality. On May 18, at 1:30 p.m. O.B.C.A. 3rd Vice President DR. C.B. ROSS Mrs. Ormiller Kelsey, Tampa, and Trustee, Mrs. Rosa Brin son, Tampa. At 4 p.m., the Executive Board meeting was held with 2nd Vice President, Louise Dupree presiding. Mrs. Ruth Crawford, Winter Haven; Mrs. Mercedes Locklear, Cocoa, and Mrs. Erma Armstrong, Eustis w ere in charge of the devotion through the convention. Unit 36 President, Mrs. Freddie Craig gave the welcome address. State secretary, Mrs. Olga Cooper called the roll of state officers, local presidents and and By-Law Chairman, Mrs. chairmen, read the current Nancy Knight, Sarasota minutes and the 1976 minutes presided at the By-Law Comwhen it was documented to mittee meeting. Committee name the New Education members are: 2nd Vice PresiCenter now being erected at dent, .. 3222-34th St., Tampa, The Cocoa; Trustee, Mrs. Lucille Orange Blossom West, Miami; Recording Cosmetologists, Inc. Dr. Secretary, Mrs Olga Cooper, Cathlean B. Ross Education Hallandale; Chairman of Parade Units, Mrs. Marion Center, honoring her very effi -l rll 0 > c.. z .... IC 00 (It liD 0 cient, devoted and remarkable Jones, Tampa; 1st Vice Presi. leadership. "tl dent, Dr. R. Louise Hassey, > Orlando; Mrs. Thomasena The O.B.C.A. family C"l Durell, Jacksonville; Dr. C.B. salutes Dr. Cathlean B. Ross : 248-19. 21 Ross, State President; Shop for her untiring dedicated prot'1'l ====::::::::::::::::::::=========..J .. .................


-= Q = tJ I .M.E. Church Presents Pre-Women Day Fashion Show Mrs. FJois Leek and the Rev. Steve Davis. Kathy Allen, Twanda Bradley, Fred Young, Cheryl Robinson, Greg Wilkerson, Mia Martin, Bonita Bradley and Donald Lewis. Rob Johnson, Karriem and Raymon Phillips. One of the nice events leading up to the very suc cessful Women's pay Obser vance at St. James A.M.E. Church in Progress Village was a Fashion Show at the Civic Center. The theme was 'Ebony Elegance". Mrs. Kit ty Watts, Ms. Linda Butler and Ms. Cheryl Robinson were the coordinators. Here are a few scenes from the affair. I Careers And Graduate Edition Friday, June 7, 19115 Telep -hone 248-1921 "TOOTSIE" ''TOOTS1E'' And THE SPIRTIUAL HIGHLIGHTS Observe First Anniversary On Father's Day, June 16, At 3:30 P.M. At New Philadelphia M.B. Church 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue Rev. James M. Marion, Pastor Guests: Ester Washington Singers Of Cocoa, Polk Coun ty Mass Choir, St. Matthew Mass Choir Of North Tampa, St. Luke R. Rivers Mass Choir Of Plant City, Maude Jackson,' Beverly Jones And Company, The Manning FamUy, Praise Ensemble, Eddie Mae Jackson, Voices Of Zion, PUgrim JubUees And The Zion Temple Gospel Singers.


IT'S ABOUT iJ..W YOU (Continued From Page 6) A FAMILY FOR AUBREY? This healthy I 1-y ear-old has been in fo s ter care since he wa s a toddler. Now tbe fo s ter mother who ha s c ared for him all tho s e years i s getting older and cannot contlinue to be his family He need s s omeone to adopt him for keeps, and to under s tand his need to keep in touch with his fo s ter mo t her in the years ahead. Aubrey i s a fifth grader whv would rather be playing out ) -doors than sitting i n a classroom. With a parent or '"" two to take intere s t in his AUBREY s choolwork, or to find clever ways to involve him in learning, Aubrey c ould be motivated to achieve better grades. It is believed he has avearage capab\lities. A happy child, Aubrey has not been a behavior problem. He has the usual interests of an I 1-year-old and needs a famiy who can accept his current performance while encouraging and s upporting him. Of course, it will take many months for him to adjust to moving into another home, and time for him to learn a different family's life s tyle The SouthEastern E x change i s eager to help anyone who i s intere s ted in adopting a child like Aubrey. The exchange can explain what is involved in an adoption application, and can connect you with an agency in your area which can help you prepare for adoption. For information write SEEUS, PO BOX I I 181; Columbia, SC 2921 I, or call (80J) 799-1234. TO CELEBRATE 25th ANNIVERSARY On Sunday June 9 Altamese and Robert Hamilton will ob s erve their 25th wedding anniver s ary To commemorat e the o c ca s ion the y will w e lcome friend s and famil y a s s pecial pra y er s a r e s aid durin g mornin g Mass (I O :OOa. m.) at St. James Epislopal Chunh (1819 North Boulevard). Special guest s will includ e h e r parent s Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Purify, who will be cele bratin g their 52nd weddin g anni v er s ary and tho s e who assi s ted Altamese and Robert during their first wedding r e cep tion. Included are : Ms. Alma Purifl, Mrs. C. Blythe Andrews, Sr., Mrs. Davi s Smith, Mrs. Sumner Wilson, Mrs. Leroy Mims, Mrs. C.S.H. Hunter, Mrs. Josephine Smart, Mr!>. Naomi Seay, Mrs. Timothl Langston, Morris Williams and Roland Yates After the Mass the Hamillons will ho s t a reception in the Pari s h Hall of the church when h, ksse s will be Ms. Alma Purify, Misses Eve Hamillon and Jamela Scott, Mrs. Ronald Bos ton and Ms. Le!ltricia William, Mrs. Adrian James is con sultant and coordinator VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Everyone from K-Adult i s invited to Vacation Bible School June 10-14, at College Hill Mennonite Church, 3506 Machado. The time i s 6 : 30-8:30 p.m DILLARD UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT. Dillard University awarded two honorary doctorates and 173 bachelor s degrees during commencement exercises Monday, May 13 on campu s. Former U.S Congre s swoman Shirley Chisholm was award ed an honorar-y doctor of humane letters. Dr. Charles C. Adams, pastor of Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit, Mich., receiv e d an honorar y doctor of laws. Honor student s from Florida were : Yolanda D. Harris Ft. Pi e r c e who maintained a 3.2 avera ge, and Joan S. Lewis of Tampa, who had a 3.4 average Other g raduate s from Florida were, Arlayn Lad s on and Ed na McDuffie o f Miami ; and Winifred Prime of Coral Gable s Wishing You A Hap' py Birthday Miss Rose LETICIA ANN COLE Leticia Ann Cole celebrated 4th birthday May 30. She is the daughter of Ms. Vfvian Cariths and granddaughter of Mrs Phyllis Carithers. IMMOKALEE MRS. MARY TOWNSEND .. Reporter Sunday School began at the usual time at all churches in the community with the superintendent and teachers at their posts. The teachers were in charge of their classes for twenty-five minutes Being Women s Day the lesson was reviewed by Ms. Shi rley Hodge Visiting class teach! rs were: Mrs. V. Taylor, Mr Lucy Hall, Miss P Byrd, Mrs. Merdis Sampson, Mrs Kalty Fields. The superintendent was Mrs. Juanita Hosil. Worship services began at II a.m. at First Baptist Church The Women's Day Devotion was by Mrs. Juanita, Hosil and Mrs. Annie Welcome by Mrs. Thelma Ad derley; the Occasion,Mrs. Gloria Pepper; Responsive Reading, Mrs. Dascus Howard; Memorial Hymn, Mrs. Josephine Green and Introduction of Speaker, Mrs. Arlene Desmore. The speaker was Mrs. Faye Boles. Her theme, "Who Can Find a Victorious Woman?" Proverbs 31: 10. At the evening program ; Mary Staples and Jeri Jefferson .... Orcbid Club Downhome Cabaret. Sarasota Historical Societal Commission Honors Pioneers The first Historic Marker saluting "The First Black Community" of Sarasota was unveiled this month to an im pressive audience and list .of platform guests. The first to be recognized on this distinguished marker was the Rev. Lewis Colson, who assisted in the original survey ing of land meters and bounds of the community and his wife, Irene, a mid-wife, together they helped build and establish "Bethlehem Baptist Church", the first Black church in Sarasota. The guest speaker for this occasion was their granddaughter, Mrs. Lorene Colson-Harvey of Tampa. Mrs. Colson-Harvey address ed the audience with eloquent words she reflected on some childhood memories of the earlier days of "Old Town". '' ... My grandparents were not only the first Black settlers in Sarasota but a couple who took that affirming step despite the odds of that time and gave proudly to the con. structive growth and develop ment of this city My grand parents were also close to the first mayor of Sarasota and my father was named after LORENE COLSON-HARVEY > him. He is the only man I've 6, known to have four names John Hamilton Gillispie ? son. Mayor Gillispie brought I golf to this community and father was the first Black to play golf on Sarasota greens. He died in 1965 ... f The occasion was one of :; long overdo recognition for Black citizens contribution to e: Sarasota and this country g. Among Rev. and Mrs. Col= sons' other descendants are: I'IJ great -grandchildren: Dermi t Randall Harvey and Mrs. Vincent McCoy, and great-great grandchild, Kristopher Randall Harvey, all of Tampa. Elks Observe 61st Anniversary Mrs. Josephine Green presid ed. The Devotion was by Mrs. McKinnly and Mrs. Bradley; solos, Mrs. Gadsden and Miss Velma Bradley; Reading, Mrs. Phyllis Fryson, Mrs. Mattie Members of the Fla. State Steve Mack from District 6 William s and Mrs Brenda Association of I.B.P.O.E.W. won 2nd place in the Smith; Welcome, Mrs. Memet recently at the Holiday Oratorical Contest. Cullum; solo, Miss Jeanie Inn in Co eoa Beach, alorig A few members attending Williams; Reading, Mis s Pam with the business s essions, a were: Virda L. Curry, Lucille Thomas and the O c ca s ion number of other activities B. Johnson, Glady s Ander Mi s s Taya Smith. Mrs were planned. Fellowship son, Oral Lee Small, Ruby R Dorothy Da v i s and Mr s. BerB reakfas t Memorial Ser v ice Lipscombe, Fannie J. tha Hall were choir p e r s on s Ci v il L i bertie s, Education Thomas Ruth Smith Matt i e Remark s and Benediction Banquet and Oratori c al Con-Wiggs, Luretha Borum, were by the Pas tor Rev. P .L. test, Fashion Show, Ernestine Hick s M a r y Lee Bass. Works hip s Purple Cross Harri s, Con s tance Shuman Sy mpathy t o Mr s. Mar y Nur ses Program, a trip to Annie Bell William s, STEAMBOAT CRUISE Evan s and fan ily in the pas s Cape Canaveral Parade and Wesley, Audrey Black, ing of her father in Alabama. two Grand Balls were on the Thelma C. Moore (Miami) friday, June 14, 8 P.M .. 'til Midnight agenda. Virginia Brown, Fran"ces KelBoardlng At Brorein Street Bridge Careers And Bay City Temple retained ly, Lillian Smith, Richiedeen DONATION: $12.00, Advance their three elected officers. Dt. Padgett, and Mildred Pollard. $14.00, Day Of Cruise Graduate Edition Thelma C. Moore, Treasurer; Harry Anderson, Doc MorTkketlncludes: Free Wine & Free Hors d oeuvres Dt. Lucille B Johnson, State ris Lonzo Williams, Ben Musk By Ike's LounRe MUSIC MAN Friday, June 7, 1985 Directress of Education; and Wilson and James Davis were 7. ................ ..........


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Nick Nolte, in the original __ jlli\, LITTLE RICHARD Michel Simon role, i s a bag man who i s s a v ed b y Beverly Hill s c ouple Bette Midler and Richard Dreyfus s It's s et to open in April. James Brown's House Sold 8 s::: I 30 Dick Van Groat Space ,.... ____ 9 00 POlka Dit Sinta Tic tac Andy D,,onahuo c,,HIPi -15 Door Barbara Dough GriHitll = 30 Tedar.s Anything ,.., 1 Love U Spec al Money Lucy 0 ... 15 RainbOw A Deal The Morning PYramid Bakker ,E, nough 30 3--2 Sale Of Tile Sally J"'Y Joker's t"j =11 '::#!!: 'fl=s 1:fJ:ar ':'wllart = 30 TocfaY's .. amity !!Vest Family Divorce 0 U Spacial ,.,ud Feud Court = fl \'!f Of ':,oving 15 Theatre Our Llv" !'M R"tlass 1 00 Mastorplaca Days Of All My Younglftd All My 30 "Stranears U & lrotliars" 2 00 American 15 Playflouso 30 "TIIrH U 300 Polka 15 Door 30 3--2 1 U Contact 4 00 Auctltn 15 '15 30 .. 45 .. 30 .. u .. 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fll = e :a .c: e = c I c ., = < ., G.l .c: fll -:c = = G.l :; = G.l = = J5 j ,IJ Entertainment Former Tampan Wishes Stevie 'Happy Birthday' When SteYie Wonder celebrated his birthday at the United Nations last week thousands of well wishers called on him just to say they Joyed him. Among them was Jim Butler (center, striped tie) New York City Local 420 AFSCME president, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Butler of Tampa. The occasion was also one at which SteYie Wonder, an outspoken foe of apartheid, deliYered an address to the UN in support of a free South Africa. Others shown in the photo include entertainer Ben Vereen and Singer Roberta Flack. WHERE THE ACTION IS ... The MANILA LOUNGE was getting it together the past weekend with a Bikini Contest and a Wet Tee Shirt contest, sounds by the cool Floyd Rinrs and The Swinging Ladies Night, with free cham pagne. The NEW LOUNGE has their WTMP radio night with action galore. Don't forget to register for the Miss Lounge Swimsuit contest all you foxy ladies. They have plenty of disco action every night. Two rooms of good action. See their new Kitchenette. They have the lovely Fanny and Mary serving you. See John for the register action. At GRACE'S PLACE, the BY ALBERT LE live entertainment was going on strong. Andre Walker and the SensitiYity Band was get ting off. See the cool Diane, Mable and the swinging George for your every need. Guess what? Father's Day is June 16th and you ladies should be getting yourself together to get Dad and Husband the best present he has ever received. The DOUBLE DECKER LOUNGE, is really the most to say the least. They have very low prices and the at mosphere is great. See Jack Fisher for your every need. See you next week and tell a friend where the action is ..... NEED HoME REPAIRED Want Your Bills & Mortgage Paid Off WE DO ANY KIND OF WORK lARGE OR SMALL ADD A ROOM, ROOFING, FlOORS, WINDOWS FENCE, PlUMSING, 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 COLUMB_IA RESTAURANT Stevie Curbs Drinkin STEVIE WONDER Would you believe it-Stevie Wonder went up before 1 ,000 high school students at the Kennedy Cen ter in Washington yesterday to tell them: ''Don't Drive Drunk!" They cheered. Then SteYie sang the song he did with director Bob Giraldi for a music video, the first ever funded by the federal gov ernment.' The video is spon sored by the U.S. Department of Transportation, and Secretary Elizabeth Dole in honoring Stevie, appered as if in a video -on a giant screen at the ceremonies to salute him and Giraldi.,SteYie and Giraldi plugged for im mediate showing of the video as a public service message this weekend on TV. "We can save some lives," said SteYie. The kids cheered again. Whatever You Need Classified Has It. \ Actress and recording artist Melba Moore along with actress Cicely Tyson and recording artist Roberta Flack performed a benefit concert recently in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations. Presented as The International Relief Concert; all proceeds were turned OYer to the Secretary General's Emergency Fund for Africa. The United Nations African Mother For The Crisis (UNAMC) raised close to 100,000 to benefit the victims of the drought now plaguing the continent with tragic consequences for the people and especially the innocent child. Picture from left to right are: Mrs. Tholile Legqwaila, Mrs. Mary de Almeida, Melba Moore, Ambassador Youssoufou, Roberta Flack, Mrs. Ruth Bamela Engo, Toy Russell, Lika Sylla and Winifred ... Cicely Tyson School Marm Is Tonight Cicely Tyson takes on the character of a school marm tonight (Tuesday) when she portrays Chicago school teacher Marn Collins in "The Marva Collins Story" at 9 p.m. on WTVT-Channel 13. Ms. Collins left the tradi tional school system 14 years ago to start her own school for ghetto children who had been termed unteachable. The Lady & Her Life LENA HORNE The great, gorgeous, glorious Miss Horne is becoming a literary Lena. She's doing a book for Dell. CICELY TYSON Her collaborator is Marcia Gillespie "I'm doing my autobiography, now that I'm near the end of my life," said Lena, with nostrils and bosom and wry humor all dilating at the same time. "That is, if I ever finish it. I started the thing when I was on Broadway, at the Nederlander. That's long back. "I freeze with a tape. I can't work with that damn thing, so I just talk and she takes it in longhand. I don't even know what the title will be. The fact is, I have a lot of trouble reliv ing all that crap." Sentinel's Top 10 Singles'* 1. Rock Me Tonight .... .-........... Freddie Jackson 2. Fresh .................... Kool & The Gang 3. You GiYe Good LoYe ........... Whitney Houston 4. New Attitude ............... ...... Patti Labelle S. In My House ................ ; ..... Mary Jane Girls 6. We Are The World ............... USA For Africa 7. Suddenly ........................... Billy Ocean 8. Can You Help Me .................. Jesse Johnson 9. Freak-A-Ristic ..... ............... Atlantic Starr 10. Rhythm Of The Night ..................... Debarge


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. ... WliH -.. J 1rlA lD.,r :.......... ......... ;:: BY RANDOLPH KINSEY Are Back In Stride ..: c = I "1::1 Q, ..: fll -:= = c Q, -= Q, c c I declare hardspip and become eligible for the annual draft. Ewing that up for an education. The Lakers are still interested in the big center They know that Jabbar has one more year at the most. Backup centers Mitch Kup check and Bob McAdoo are aging too. The Lakers are in definite need of a center. The center the Lakers is still Pat Ewing. He would fit into the Lakers scheme of things more than anyone else. Ewing makes the quick outlet pass after rebounding and runs the floor with the speed needed for the Lakers fast break. How do the Lakers get Ew ; ing who is about to be the pro perty of the New York Knicks? Rumors have it the Lakers are offering their number one draft pick, guard Byron Scott, forward James Worthy and/or Abdul Jabbar. There may not be any truth in this, but that would be an awesome trade. I just can't im agine the Lakers break without Worthy. FLUTIE GONE FOR SEASON Doug Flutie is one of the highest paid athletes in the world. He signed to play quarterback for the New Jersey Generals for an estimated $8 million. There was one problem with Flutie. He stood 5'8" at least, and 5'9" at most. Anybody who knows football will tell you that his height is too short for a quarterback in pro football. Well, Flutie was too short to play professional football. In order to pass, the littlest General had to scramble around to find an open receiver. Well, the height and the scrambling caught up with him last Saturday when big defensive end Reggie White crashed through and slammed 'Flutie to the ground. When the play was over, Flutie laid on the ground in pain with a broken collar bone. Flutie is gone fOF the season. It is unfortunate that this talented young man had to EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES Dr. Wallace Hay OPTOMETRIST Paying ( ustomers & Medimid Accepted 876-8491 19:45 W Ave. FREE GLASSES Johnny Bumphus Wins In Five ATLANTIC CITY Johnny Bumphus, utilizing hand speed and slick movement, stopped Richard Beranek in the fifth round of a scheduled I O-ro under last week. Bumphus, ranked fourth by the WBA in the welterweight division and a former WBA junior welterweight champion, unleashed quick combinations that forced Beranek into retreat from the opening bell. Bumphus repeatedly stung Beranek with three right 1 1ands and sharp lefts to the be Jy and head. Referee Joe Cortez said he finally stopped the bout ''because Beranek had taken too much punishment.'' Bumphus raised his record to 26-1 with 18 knockouts. Beranek, of Toledo, Ohio, fell to 15-6 with 12 KO's. "I have been listening for too long about how I am not able to throw a punch," Bum ph us said. "The media thought that, and the public thought that, so I was in there trying to bang with guys. When you do that, you try to load up and throw one big punch and the power just does not come. I'm much better when I go with the flow." Smokin' Joe In Splitsville Since he began boxing a zillion years ago, Joe Frazier has been in a lot of wars. Those battles took him to the heavyweig'ht cham pionship of

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WHAT HAPPENED I : PANAMA CITY (UP I) WBA championship commitThe WBA warned that it will tee. strip Marvelous Marvin The WBC took away ""' 1-lagler of his middleweight ti. Duran's junior middleweight Led by James Worthy's 29 points, Kareem Abdui-Jab 'bar's 26 p oints and _14 re bounds, Bob McAdoo's 19 points, and Magic Johnson's 17 points and 16 assists, the Los Angeles Laker express ; steam rolled over the Boston e Celtics 136-111 Sunday. The i Lakers take a 2-1 lead going into Game 4 of the champion.CI ship series. j Game 3 became a shoving match as three fights nearly erupted. The most heated fight 1 sparked when Boston guard Ray Williams was ejected ,: for wrestling Lakers' forward Kurt Rambis into the stands 'g Also, Kareem Abdui-Jabbar < became the all-time NBA Dallas Cowboys efensive lineman Harvey was arrested and jailed for investigations of while intoxicated. 35, may face other pending investigations and tests on an unidentified substance found in his car. Herschel Walker rushed for 209 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the New CIS J Generals past the Memphis Showboats 17-7 Saturday night. Currently, Walker has rushed for 1,967 yards, and will be shooting for Eric Dickerson's single season rushing record The New York Yankees placed tie if he not meet the top when he fought Thomas ou tfielder Ken Griffey on the H 1 t J b t th available challenger in his next earns as une m a ou e 15-day disable list due to a fight. WBC did not sanction. sprained left wrist. "If Hagler defends his title Hagler, who holds the against a boxer who is not the WBA, WBC and International best challenger available Boxing Federation titles, last within the WBA, he will imfought April 15, when he mediately lose his world title defended his crown with a for not complying with world third-round knockout of championship rules, following Hearns Henri Leconte upset Yanthe same line of conduct as -"The WBA will not approve nick Noah 6-3, 6-4, 6-7, 4 6, 6-Roberto Duran when he lost any title fights with Marvin 1, at the French Open tennis his title," said Panamian Elias Hagler that are not against the tournament Sunday. Cordova, president of the best challenger possible in his division," Cordova said. SCLC/Women Sponsors First Tennis He said that promoter Bob Tournament To Honor King Arum of Top Rank Inc. plan Tennis players across the playoff scoring leader by nation are readying for the sconng 4,465 points, surFirst Armual Drum Major for passing former Laker Jerry Open Tennis Tourna West who scored 4, 4 5 7 points meni to be held in Atlanta speech shortly before his death. ned to propose a match be tween Hagler and top-ranked James Shuler. during his career. June 8 through 12 Denver flluggets foJ:ward Sanctioned by the United Calvin Natt underwent States Tennis Association, the atbroscopic surgery for two contest is sponsored by SCLC/Women as part of the hol,lrs Friday to repair damage SCLC's annual Martin Luther to his right knee. King Jr. Memorial Obser Robinson's Anthony Butler signed a basketball with Hillsborough Com munity College. Butler averaged 23.5 points and 9.0 rebounds and finished as Robinson's all-time leading scorer with 1 ,305 points. vance The founding president of the SCLC, King won the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize for his nonviolent civil rights crusade and was assassinated ApriJ 4, 1968. The tennis tournament takes its name from King's description of himself in Arthur Ashe, the first major black tennis player, will be honorary co-chairman of the tournament at the South Fulton Tennis Center at 5645 Mason Road in College Park. Serving with him will be Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, an SCLC board member and an accomplished tennis player. Junior players, aged 12 to 18, will play in their own Drum Major for Justice tour nament June 2 through 8 at Washington Park Tennis Center at 1125 Lena Street NW, in Atlanta. TUNE IN If Shuler should take another fight or turn down a bout with Hagler, the cham pion would have to fight second-ranked James Kin chen, Cordova said. He also said that a discussed bout between Hagler and John Mugabi would not be sanc tioned because Mugabi is not ranked in the middle-weight Mugabi is the WBA's third-ranked junior mid dleweight. Hagler and light-heavyweight Michael Spinks are the only undisputed world champions. Reggie Collier threw two touchdowns and ran for one to help the Orlando Renegades upset the Tampa Bay Bandi,ts 37-7 Saturday night. To J{OJ.J.fG fOR K f D$ /. /' Carlos Santos (32-1-21) of Puerto Rico pounded French man Louis Acaries (39-6) for 15 rounds to retain his IBF super welterweight title Saturday night. AtHCC's YBOR CITY .CAMPUS JUNE J7 JUI.Y 26 featuring a SUMMER MUSIC INSTITUTE Also EMPIRE PAINTS COMPUTER INSTRUCTION CERAMICS eTUTORIAI. Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up -------------------PAINT LATEX ... $2.79 OUTSIDE WHITE .. ROLLER PAN SET ............. $1.49 Ea. 3" BRUSHES ................... 49 Ea. SALE P .RICES GOOD WITH THIS AD ONLY!!!! GRADES7-12 TIME: 8 A.M. -4 P.M. COST: $35 PER WEEK PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED RE(;ISTER FOR ONE WEEK OR ALLSIX. (Master charge/Visa Accepted) STUDENTS BRING OWN LUNCH (d.ASSES OFFERED DEPENDENT UPON RE(;ISTRATION) Register: JUNE 10-14 8 A.M. -7:30P.M. LIBRARY LOBBY FOR DETAIL.$ CAL.l.: 247-6641


AIKENS HENRY GODWIN, JR. Funeral services for Mr. Henry Godwin, Jr., of 3200 E. McBerry, who passed away, Tuesday, May 28th, will be held, Wednesday, June 5th at I P.M. at New Hope M.B. Church, with the pastor, Rev. John Willis, officiating. Inter ment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Godwin was a native of Marianna, FL and a resident of Tampa for many years. He was a former employee of Tampa Soap and Chemical Co. Survivors are: a devoted wife, Sarah L. God win; his mother, Lola M. God win of Tampa; 1 son, Kent Godwin of Chicago, IL; 1 daughter, Shanethia Godwin of Tampa; 2 stepchildren, Wilma D. Smith of Tampa and Bobby Cooks of Lakewood, N.J.; 6 sisters, Mary L. Williams and hus band, Woodrow of Atlanta, GA, Emma Blacks and hus band, Oliver of Tampa, Mary L. Peterson and husband, Willie D. of Greenwood, FL, Bessie Wilson and husband, Willie B. of Atlanta, Lillie M. Lovette and husband, Andrew of Tampa, and Mildred God win of Tampa; 6 brothers, Otis Godwin of E. William son, N.Y., Ozie P. Godwin and wife, Helen, Patrick H. Godwin and wife, Leavern, Lardell Godwin and wife, Louise, Thomas Godwin and wife, Theresa, and Robert Godwin and wife, Linda, all of Tampa; sisters-in-law, Jon zie Turner of Lakewood, N.J., Hattie Williams and Laverne George, Carrie Godwin; 7 step grandchildren; 4 aunts; 2 uncles; 21 nieces; 21 nephews; and a host of sorrowing cousins, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3200 E. McBerry. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME." SISTER EDDIE MAE MALLARD Funeral services for Sister Eddie Mae Mallard, of 3408-31st St., who passed away Thursday May 30th, will be held Saturday, June 8th, at I P.M., at Pleasant Grove A.M.E. Church, Blake ly, Georgia, with Rev. E.N. Dixon, officiating. Interment will be in_ Pleasant Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Mallard was a native of Georgia and a resi dent of Tampa for the past 33 years. She was a member of St. Matthew Baptist Church of Blakely, GA before moving to Tampa. She was a member of Mt. Moriah P .B. Church. Mrs. Mallard was a member of the Eastern Stars #20, Mrs. Margie Nickerson, W .M. Sur" vivors are: 7 daughters, Willie Pearl Gudes and husband, Roscell, Wessie Mae Brown and husband, Joseph Sr., all of Blakely, GA, Ophelia Mallard of New Jersey, Wylene Mallard, Mae King and husband, Samuel, Lena Mae Waters, and Annie Jean Wells, all of Tampa; 2 sons, Tommie Mallard and wife, Vi vian, and Lenward Mallard and wife, Dorothy, all of Tampa; 92 grandchildren; 94 great grandchildren; 7 great great grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 8 P.M. Wednesday evening. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. Wednesday evening. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME." AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 18th St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service ................................. t'!'l 'Jl BRYANT& WILLIAMS MR. JUNIUS ATKISON Mr. Junius Atkison, 707 No. Oregon Ave., passed away May 30 at his residence Funeral service s were con ducted Saturday at 12 noon, from the Church of Christ, 1312 W. Nassau St., with Brother Robert Lindsey, of ficiating. Entombment follow ed in the Shady Grove Cemetery. A native of Live Oak, Fla., Mr. Atkison was a resident of Tampa for several years. Survivors include: IN MEMORIAM n 11 In loving memory of our mother, Maude Chisolm who passed June 5, 1981. Even though you are gone, the memories of you still linger in our hearts. Deeply and sadly missed by your daughters, Alvertis William, Ruth Magwood; grands and great grands and son-in-law and family. IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM MR. LESSIE(PAINTMAN) ROBERSON June 6, 1984 Gone but not forgotten. Your children, Christella, Lessie, Jessie, James, Eddie. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory or our mother, Mrs. Viola Oliver who left us four years ago. Daughter, Lottie Johnson; granddaughter, Viola Wallace. 0 ;... = :r fl) = 5.. ;; ""= = David and Gladys Atkison; 5 sons, James, Willis, Bobby, Ernest, and Leroy; 6 daughters, Katie M., Mary, Willie M., Julie M., Eva M., and Eula M.; 9 brothers, Ed mund, David, Ephron, Jim, Nathan, Thomas, Mitchell, Joseph and D.C.; 3 sisters, Leola, Ester and Perley; 5 sisters-in-law, Gladys, Mercedes, Willie P., Irean and Essie M.; 3 brothers-in-law, Willie, Lloyd, and T. McWhite; 9 grandchildren, Robert, Otis, Leon, Anthony, Willis Jr., Shirley, Nathaniel, Phillip, Gloria and Sharon; 3 sons-in-law, Frank, Sidney and Robert; 2 daughters-in law, Louise and Dorothy; several great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews and a host of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The remains reposed at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Friday. Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). In memory of our loving mother, Mrs. Vivian Lucille Chaney who departed this life, June 2, 1981. Gone, but not forgotten, for time can never erase the love, joy and hapDEATH a, pjness you shared with us. For God loves you best. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME Baby Boy Jolly, _,2002 E. Ellicott fl) = MR. WILLIE BYRD Funeral services for Mr. Sadly missed by your children, husband, mother, fl}mily and friends. L. T. Strange, 5010 North 40th Street > = Jo Ann Forde, 4610 S. =.. Willie Byrd, who passed in Detroit, Mich., May 29, will be held Friday at 4 P.M. from Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church with the pastor, Rev. James Simon, officiating. The remains will be shipped to Odrian, Georgia for entombment in Communi ty Cemetery. He leaves to mourn his passing: 2 sons, Ronnie Tollman and wife, Shawanda, and Dwayne Byrd of Detroit, Mich.; (laughter, IN MEMORIAM Manhattan Ave. lo!j .. David E. Smith, 103 South :Ave. John Koontz, Nebraska 10603 N. b fl) Sam Cofield, wood Ct. 1418 Arm;, Baby Girl Manning, 514-60th Avenue West Ella Badger's, 208 E. France St. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Gail Holmes of Tampa; Mrs. Erma U. Daughterly, brothers, Leonard Palmer and 1705 Maple Ave. wife, Willie M. of Atlanta, In memory of our dear son Mr. Henry Godwin, Jr., GA, Johnnie Carter, Eddie and brother, (little Rich and 3200 E. McBerry Dixon and wife Bernice of Bro), Willis Richardson who Mr. Earl Spotford, 2010 E. Twin City, GA, and Atterson passed in Allentown Pa. June Lake Ave. #550 Carter of Polk City, FL; 2, 1982. But you are still with Mrs. Ruby Williams, sisters, Rosa Brown and husus everyday. 4903-88th St. band, Pulcher, Mamie Lucas You'll never be forgotten by Mrs. Bessie N. Giles, 742 S. and husband, John, and your family; mother, Mrs. 58th St. Audrey Carter; aunts, Fannie Ernestine Richardson; father, Mrs. Ossie L. Dennard, Walker of Detroit, Mich., Mr. William Richardson and 3419 Machado Mattie McGriff and Delma the rest of the family and Mrs. Eddie Mae Mallard, Palmer and a host of nieces, friends. Love. 3408-31st St. Q =-s = "' nephews and sorrowing J Mr. Virgil Lloyd, 5832 SHADY GROVE relatives and friends. ThereI Hammond Dr. mains will repose at the RAY Mr. Norman Williams, H J NERAI. HOME 2604-25th Ave. 0 b k WILLIAMS MEMORIAL 23 5 N. Ne ras a SHADY GROVE FUNERAL 221_3639 CHAPEL after 5 P.M. ThursHOME and ( 'EMETER\' ROGERS Mrs. Marget Nathan, 1701 4615 E. Hanna _J F N Chipco (Ray Williams Funeral U ERAL HOME 626-2332 BRYANT AND WILLIAMS Complcll' Burial For Home). PHONE 239-3101 Mr. Junius Atkison, 707 PUGHSI.fY $705 FUNIRAI.S BY: Or 258.0764 North Oregon Ave. fUNERAl. HOMf Add .mMI t'or Sl'nin-s on BRYANT & WILliAMS 4605 l Mr. James Warren, Sr., 'a' and add .mMI I' or all M'nit t s Ray Williams Funeral Home 4th Street 2332 Main St. 3402 26th STREET J p.m. 1417 N. Albany Ave. LADY ATTENDANT Mr. Mance Lolley, 4222 W. As Impressive As Required 253-3419 "WE GIVE THE BEST Grace St. A l e A D d CH. ARLES RELIFORD s n xpenstve s estre "When Understanding FOR LESS." Mr. Willie Byrd, Detroit, .. ................... JI; 7.


...... ............................................................................................................ .. ; CLAS SIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT; ;; Experienced cleaning per50 NEW JOB ;;. sonnel wanted part-ti11,1e OPENINGS full-time. Call between CLERICAL RECREATION THERAPIST DIRECTOR TIRED OF UNEMPLOYMENT? (;lYE US A TRY! ell P.M. 239-1452. HOUSEKEEPERS To run useful inmate in stitution recreation program. A Bachelors degree in recreation or physical education and 2 yrs. profes sional exp. in in stitutional recreational activi ty. Minimum salary $15,821 annually depending upon ex-:J SALES, NEW BEAUTY SALAD PREP' WE CAN SOLVE YOUR EMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS WITH A FREE 12-WEEK TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGNED TO TEACH YOU How TO START AND OPERATE YOUR OWN SMALL BUSINESS. YOU COULD BE IN BUSINESS IN 12 WEEKS. All YOU NEED' IS A SKILL OR A GOOD BUSINESS IDEA OUR TRAINING PROGRAM WILL DO THE REST iNCLUDING ASSISTANCE IN STARTING YOUR BUSINESS. TO QUALIFY. YOU MUST BE 21 OR OLDER, A RESIDE:NT OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. AND LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYED OR A VICTIM OF A LAY-OFF OR TERMINATION SALON COOKS, NOW OPEN! C2\SHIERS Needs Qairstylists for booth TELLERS. rental; Call 247-2425, 10 a.m. Permanent, Full-time jobs. -3 p.m. Call Immediately. CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great income potential. All F.E.P.A.R 237-1851 occupations. For information CRISIS call: (312) 742-8620, ext. 339. COUNSELOR A VON F /T position available in Call now for sales position 24-hour emergency and crisis full or part-time. Will train. stabilization program. Re-Jackson l:leights, Belmont quires A.A./B.A. in human Heights and College Hill. service discipline plus on-two 238-8128. year relevant psychiatric ex1-------------1 perience. Bi-lingual (Spanishperience. Submit a completed State of Florida applicalion and resume to: Personnel Dept., Hillsborough Correctional In stitution, P.O. Box 878, River view, FL 33569. EOE/AA Need Hairdresser and English) helpful. Shift difSENIOR ACCOUNTANT Barber with experience. ferential. Apply: Hillsborough (HCC) CONTACT: STIA SYSTEMS ASSOCIATES 7402 N. 56th Street, Bldg. 900 I Suite 907 1 Tampa, Florida 33617 (813)989-1096 & 621-1175. Community Mental Health Supervisory professional flllll------------...,. Center, 5707 N. 22nd Street, work in accounting & fiscal 1-------------+------------tl HAIRDRESSERS 1-T-am....;.p_a. _______ --t control, methods & proFOR SALE FOR SALE TJ-HS i>RO(;RAM IS Fl''UI-:1> HY HIE n : UERAI. CO\ER,I\HSI. !::: I WANTED!! ADMINISTRATIVE cedures. j Need not have following. ASSISTANT I Minimum Qualifications: VETERANS GREAT LOCATION .c Contact Hair Dazzlers Beauty Guardian Ad Bachelor's degree with major 3 BR's, Celli. H / A, inside VA. No Money Down. No d A ='Q 1 Salon. 237-8923. Litem Program course work in accounting & 3 Cl C .1 ... 1 <" n laundry room fnld. Y .... "' I c '"C c ..( "" = to > '2 .I: fll -= c:: -= = = I w -&: ;: I I os as nlupa b $39 200 C II f Graduation from accredited yrs. expr. i ._ accounting work, great uy at a or AVON cy. Free Information. Call 4 year college or. university and including 1 year in governmendetails. 237-1625. JOB OPPORTUNIT Walt Brewer Really, 933-6621. Y 1 yr. experience in staff or adtal acctg. (or equivalency). SUN BELT REALTY DAY ministrative work. Basic Salary range: $15,253 to 3 BR/1 bath home, good Assoc. Inc., Realtor Tampa Bay Mall Communi-knowledge in volunteer $21,459. (Exce!lent benefits). condition, 2 years old. Call ty Room, Center of Mall, recruitment and coordination, Appltc;dion Deadline: June Cora Martin, 223-5214 or falo and Himes, Thursday, and community/social service 12, 1985. Fo.application, call 237-1866. Bay Managers, June 6th, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. organizations preferred. Personal Office, (879-7222, Inc Experienced laundry presser Salary. : $12,666.25 Ext or send letter & 1--------------1 with experience in blue jeans S13,93i.88 yr. Submit comresume to: and laundry shirts. Apply: plete and current. State of Dir'ecto of 3209 E. Hillsborough Avenue. Florida application to: Court Personnel--, Administrator, 407 East, HILLSBOROUGH 1 SELL A VON Tampa; FL 33602. To be conCOMMUNITY Good $$$. No experience sidered, all applications must COLLEGE necessary, Jackson Heights, be received no tater than 5 P.O. Box 22127 Belmont Heights and College p.m; Monday, June 10, 1985. Tampa, FL 33630 Progress 2 bedroom with additional room, can he made third bedroom. Corner lot. Fenced-in Central air/heat. Low down 681-7166, nights; 238-8814, days. $200 DOWN FHA/VA HIGHLAND PINES 3 BR block home, 4509 E. 24th Ave., $36,000. AL LATTER ISLAND HARBOUR REALTOR 251-3478 2LOTS Hills areas. Call Manager, Pat Equal Opportunity EOE/M-F Only No qualfy...... ...... --1 ing. Owner financing. 2 BR, Female & Male Dancers THERAPIST 11 INSTRUCTOR large kitchen. Income properZoned residenlial, high and dry, $5000 t-ach. Owntr will l'arry al 12% with subslanlial down. Call Bess, evtnings. 239-1793. wanted to star in male revue. ADULTS ARCHITECTURAL ty in rear. 1821 15th Ave. Call Call the New Lounge Position available in BranCONSTRUCTION 238-9283, between 5:00 and BAY AREA MANAGERS INC., 237-1866 224-0037. d R M t Deg ENGINEERING 8:00 p.m. on. eqmres as er s ree f'HA Hennl'. l.ow dol\ n New Lounge needs Kitchen help. Cook. Applications ac cepted now. Call 224-0037. Parttime janitorial, $5.00/hour. Immediate open. ings for males. 253-2539 after 12 noon. in Social Work, Psychology or TECHNOLOGY HCC PROGRESS VILLAGE related mental hea lth field, Candidates invited for the BEAUTIFULLY pa,mtnl. Small monlhl, plus 3 years postposition of Instructor--REMODEUD menl. Quil'k onupant, ( 'all h 1 c for. frl'l' inform alion. graduate work experience. Arc 1tectura onstruchon 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, stucco Position includes some superEngineering Technology. To cement block, new roof. WALT 9REWER visory responsibility. Apply: start Fall Term (8-22-85). VA-SO down, f'HA $1500 REALTY i 1 933-6621 Hillsborough Communi ty M namum qua ifacahons: down, $395/month. $37,400. Mental Health Center, 5707 Bachelors Degree in a 876-0780. YIOR CITY N. 22nd Street, Tampa. technical field 3015 N. Sanchez technical education, elc.) and Large 4 BR house, kiiMasters Degree in an) field. corner lot, 3 chen, wide hallways, 1 bath, POLICE RECRUITS Must h 'ave experience in bedrooms/2 baths. In carpel, fan, $390 residential construction, com-pool, and much more; month plus $150 deposit fee mercial construction, con-Rivergrove Drive. 23.8 4333 (includes water and garbage), struction estimating, and tOn-1----V-A_C_A_N_T_L_O_T----1 I year lease. 886-1954 or The City of Tampa is looking for Black both males and females, b etween the ages of 21 and 35 who are inleresled in employed as Police R ecruits. The starling salary is $]),000Recruits will be elevated to Police Officers at $18,541 annual salary upon salisfaclorily compleling necessary training. No experience needed, bul you must be a school graduate and i n good llhysical condition. Apply between ihe hours of 8 A.M. and I P.M. struction applied statics. Must Size 53 x 117. Quiet .,_9.-8.-8.--2-1..;4._______ ....,. have experience in mechanical Call Cora MarNO CREDIT and architectural drawing with not less than .12 credit hours in hn, 223 5214 or 237 -1866. Bay HASSEL! POLICE COMMUNICATION TECHNICIAN I !D. (Police Dispatch Work) I S tart $5.30 an h ou r High s chool gradu a tio n. M u s l b e able to wor k rot ati ng s hif t s i ncl udin g nights, week ends a n d h olidays. ; E ng lish / Sp anish) uu h are l'nco u ra ged t o E m p lo y ment apph, r a one or both. Area Managers, Inc. 3 / 1 completely rem o deled, 1-------------1 convenient, nice Starting salary based on Spacious 3 bedroom / 2 bath neighborhood. A steal at education and experieme. Ap-frame hous e. Remodeled, $26,00 0. Owner financ e, low plication deadline: tunl' 20, enclosed porch, new carpel, down. Call 248-6256, eves 1985. throughout. 3405 12th Please call Personnel Office Avenue. $S4 000 terms. Call FHA 235 (879-7222, ext. 230) for HCC 237 1747 after 5 p.m. G 0 VERN MEN T application form or send let-t---....;. ___ .;.... ___ ASSISTANCE ter, resume and any suppor3 bedrooms/2 baths, doubl e PROGRAM Parllime, 20 hrs / wk. $5.50 an hour. H I S diploma plus 6 hour s college CHA 1 ,oursework in Recreation or P. E., 3 hrs. college Fnglish and reasonahle exting papers to: garage, Forma dining, New homes with starting perience in recreation that includes some experience planning and organi1.ing Director of' Personnel FIori d a rOOm, fen l' ed prices as low as $38,500. r 1 i!n ns will be a c cepte d U ll ... f u rl her n oltc e I RECREATION LEADER II ,.. r ecreation activities. A ullege lransrript i requested. Apply between I he HI backyard. 2475 sq. ft. Drive Down payment as low as f-oo z_. :li.'" !.' .. hours of 8 A.M. and I P.M. COMMUNITY COJJ.H;E by 4109 LaSalle St. (off Lois). $1,200, monthly payments apl,ersmu1el IJet>l. Reduled to $69,000. Owner prox. $266. For more informa:;: l l'or more informalion: ,Conlacl the EEO Office, City of Tampa, 306 3J Columbia l)r. $2000 l'OSt. tion call: f-oo I Jackson st.: 7th Floor North, 223 8192 (l)lnis lsland) Owner considerino all oft'ers. 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.............................................................. CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-192-1-CLASSIFIEDAD DEPT... .. FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS MISCEL """' LOW AS GREAT WASHERS/DRYERS SHINE BRITE ."How To Start And $200/DOWN FORECLOSURES Rent-to-own in 1 year. Professional hair weaving Operate Your Own Profitable If you are overcrowded or 3 BR/1 bath, concrete 248-5385. Emergency 1.. and nail designs. Personal serBusiness At Home". This inbeing displaced, you may block, asking $31,000, $300 i":'-:-"':'"'""7 ..... credible book is complete. qualify. Permanent income redown. Private Investor will con-Thrift Sale. Bargains galore. Send for yours today. $20.00 quired. LEVER REAL 2 BR/1 bath, asking sider any situtalion. Fri., Sat., and Sun. (money orders only). ESTATE, 626-6689. $42,500, $500 down. Homeowners only. 963-0565. Everything for house and To: B. Bell family apparel. Corner CenP.O. Box 11665 LOTS FOR SALE GORDY'S tral and Adalee. In front of Tampa, FL 33680 Priced Right. Convenient in AIR-CONDITIONING & Robles Lake. Allow 2 to 4 weeks for good neighborhoods. $1,000 HEATING 1--------------, delivery. down, owner finance or will All appliances oil, gas, We Buy Land. Any Area. 1-ir======-=====..-.. build to suit. Call Herman PROGRESSlVE DEVELOPERS electrical, refrigerators and Call Herman, 248-6111 or Bradley, 248-6111, ofc.; even4803 Nebraska Ave. freezers, ice machine, a l e, eves. 248-6256. ings, 248-6256. 237-6415 washers/dryers. Call Tom P. Martino TOM P. MARTINO t-----------., 22 3 9233 Inc. Realtor Inc., Realtor LOCK OUT THE ...,. ___________ _, 2018 E. 7th Ave. RENT SYLVIA WIGS & 248-6111 2018 E. 7th Ave. COLLECTOR BEAUTY SALON Ten minutes to downtown 2271 E. Hillsborough Residential and commercial ATTENTION:INVESTORS Tampa. You'll fall in love with (Eastgate Plaza) loans on homes. Let us help 3 BR/1 B, 2 story home with 1 239-3404 solve your fa"nancing pro-f t this cozy home. Sunken IVlng extra lot, fireplace, largeron 1 211 wags Complete Hair blems. room with firep ace, new porch, 2 car garage. Great ren-room, chain-linked fence. Care W.R. BERRYHILL tal potential. Selle r will NEW LISTINGS Nexus Products Lie. Mtg. Broker finance with $10,000 down. YOU HAVE FIRST 248-8014 Call Sue, day, 237-1625; eves. CHANCE PRESENTING 221-2582 f BURGER KREAM MONEY TO LEND AUTO__: HOMELIFE FAST CLAIM SERVICE RATES FOR GOOD AND BAD DRIVING RECORDS INSURANCE HAMIL TON AGENCY 1720 North Nebraska Ave. PHO.NE: 1 229-1879 ID SUN BELT REALTY Stunning departure rom AND THANGS Mortgage Loans up to ASSOCIATE, INC. the ordinary and conviently $15,000. No Credit Checks. Cll located to most everything. 2120 E. Sligh 1 1 ll REALTOR A F 51. h J u h) Tom P. Mart no, nc., -Home has old-fashioned < cross rom g r. g 1 .. Serving the best Ham-Rea tor = BEAUTIFULLY charm and value with comforbUrgers, Fresh Shrimp & Fish. 2018 E. 7th Ave. l!. DECORATED table surroundinr. Fireplace, C Sh k d S Ph. 241.6111 .:... Ice ream, a es, an un_ 515 E. ADALEE. CHI A, 3/1, oversized kitcben. e, Overlooking Lake, 3 See these homes before daes. 237 .8400 HOME IMPROVEMENTS i' bedrooms, family room, there sold. Quality work. All types. ; garage, fireplace, corner lot. Call Margie McMillan, NICK'S GROCERY Repairs, remodeling, and new :::::::::: EVELYN WILSON Realtor/Broker. & MEATS construction. Class A license ......_NOW-= REALTOR GULFCORP REALTY, INC. Tender T-Bone Steaks-98 contractor. 238-3244 or a; 932-4599 933-9757. each. Center Cut Pork Chops::r 1----....;:.:.::....:.:..:. .... ___ so each. 5902 N. 40th St., Remodeling by Curtis a_ 3 cement -; 238 1697 Woodard. Specializing in inblock, CH/ A, w/w carpet, We buy Homes and Lots terior or exterior carpentry. ASSISTANCE SEARCH estimates, easy bank garage, near Temple Terrace Establishing variety acts; For Cash. d b d APPLICANTS and close to schools, shopping need dancers, comics, bands, ANTHONY & ng. an on On June 4, 1985, The Tam-and buses. Call Rhona, 1 ASSOCIATES ed. 2404 N. 34th St., 248 3424 pa Housing Authority's Secetc. Call BJ, 238-6217; eave Realtor Assoc., eves message, all replies will be REALTOR Is it true you can buy Jeeps tion 8 Program will began ac238-2532. answered. 6304 N. Nebraska for $44.00 through the U.S. cepting applications from JERRELL L. COOK 237-5011 government? Get the facts tothose interested in rental housREALTOR LOSE WEIGHT 1-------------t day. Call 312-742-1142, ext. ing assistance who qualify as 933-6141 Dick Gregory's amazing We Buy Homes. Any Con-9924. elderly, disabled or handic ap-------------1 Slim-Safe Bahamian Diet. dition. Any Area. ped and who are eligible for an $200 DOWN You can get it here in Tampa. Tom P Martino EXCEPTIONAL efficiency or one bedroom FHA/VA TERMS Call HEALTHLINE, Inc. Realtor DISTRIBUTERSHIP apartment. 3 BR block home,$35,000. 22S-7732. 2018 E. 7th Ave. AVAILABLE You may call or come in for 3204 24th Al e. 248-6411 For person who demands an appointment commencing AL I. A TTER ILLNESS FORCES 1--------------1 $50K plus annually. We offer June 4, 1985. Our office is ISLAND HARBOUR SELL FOR SALE a legitimate relationship in the located at 1529 Main Street REALTOR Beauty Shop for sale located 1 Electric Stove, Refrigerator, concession equipment business and is opened Monday thru 251-3478 in Progress Village and Pam Avocado color, $75 each. Also which is family orientated. Friday from 8:00a.m. to 5:00 Rive r area. For more informad '78 Cordoba, good condiYou n -eed goo p.m. Please bring copies of the tion call: 626 4538 tion / minor problems, $600. credit/character, sales exp. following with you: Birth Cer. HOME REPAIRS Windows, doors, floors, painting, paneling and all types of wood work. Call me DO YOU EARN last and save. HOUSE FOR SALE West Tampa. 2/1. Sold in condition. For $26,000. Phone 685-7290. $300 239-1486 Per Week? Then For $275 Per Month P-ayment You Can BUY A new 2 bedroom house with heat pump, nge & refrigerator; or for a new 3 bedroom/2 h home; or $350 for ew 4 bedroom/2 bath e Down payment 3%. TIMELESS PROPERTIES LAWN SPRINKLERS Save money by doing yourself, with professional help. For additional information, call Leon Johnson, 259-1062, after 4 p.m. IN TOUCH COMMUNICATIONS ... Quality, Creativity,Flexibility, and Commitment. We communicate your message to your customers through broadcast quality video presentations, profes sional slide presentations and media consultation. That's what IN TOUCH COMMUNICATIONS is all about. Call 623-1066. helpful but not necessary. tificates, Social Security cards, $23,500 req. (finance if marriage license and current REWARD qualified). 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BURGLARIES Ms. Larita Mendoza Walters, 36, 2709 E. Columbus Dr., Apt. 3, reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke into her home, taking a color T.V. valued at $600. By entering through a win dow in the back of the house, an unidentified suspect took a 21" T.V. valued at $200, a portable stereo valued at $100, and $30 in cash belonging to Ms. Wanda Elizabeth Williams, 16, 2709 E. Caracas St., police reports state. An unknown culprit, according to police reports, burglarized the home of Ken neth Lofton, 25, 2114 W. Beach St., and fled the scene with a T.V. set valued at $250, ;a a pioneer receiver valued at $130, and a turntable valued at $80. According to police reports, .c: an unidentified suspect rum 'Q maged through the desk of Ar = nold Dean Cousin 35, 1514 31st Ave., and fled the scene at '-' 2001 14th St. with a beeper I valued at $198. c It was reported to police that an unidentified suspect "C broke into the home of Ms. Julia Davis, 63, 2321 W. Chestnut, and fled the scene :J with a color T.V. valued at $150, and a portable stereo valued at $50. = -= = I = = Ms. Dolly Mae Carter, 83, 4207 E. Cayuga, reported to police that an unidentified broke into her home and fled the scene with $30 in cash, $100 worth of wedding rings, and a handgun valued at $50. Two unknown suspects, according to police reports, burglarized the home of Ms. Joselyn P. Walker, 27, 1905 E New Orleans, and fled the scene with a dresser crystal set ting valued at $185. By picking the lock at the residence of Ms. Marlene Rooks, 30, 1847 Cano Court, an unidentified suspect fled the scene with $350 worth of jewelry, and a camera valued at $50, according to police reports. A movie camera valued at $327 and a drill valued at $30 were taken from the home of Ms. Yolanda Maricia Franks, 25, 433 Gould Ct., by an unidentified suspect, police reports state. After shattering the passenger window of a vehicle -L'"'"""''."'"' to Carthel l)aniels, 44, 1108 lOth Ave an unknown culprit fled the scene at the corner of Emery St. and N. Jefferson St. with $721 worth of tools, and a $20 toolbox. THEFTS A stereb and equilizer, valued at $272.68, were taken by an unidentified su s pect. from a car belonging to Henry Lee, Jr., 43, 3026 Bunche St., Sarasota. According to police reports, the theft occurred at 2904 E. 24th Ave. A $482 62 bank deposit was .taken by two unidentified suspects after they approached Ms. Janet Denise Jackson, 28 1110 Y z W. Na s sau St., in the parking lot of Arby's Restaurant, 202 N Dale Mabry Highway, according to poli c e reports. A known male and female suspect moved out of their trailer, located at The End Gate Trailer Park 4402 E. Hillsborough Ave., taking beds valued at $300 and a dinet s et valued at $150, which belonged to the trailer park. Ms. Beulah Mae Groce, 50, 4409 E. Paris St., reported the incident to police. Two known suspects, according to police report s fled the scene at 8412 N. 13th St., with bicycles valued at $18 0, and belonging to Angelo Levine Brown, II, 1713 E. Idell, Abdul Mahan f{night, 11, 4307 E. Henry, and Jermaine Carl Askiein, 10, 1115 E. Yukon. Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, 21-year-old Virgil Van Lloyd, 5832 Hammond Drive, lost his life at 8:20 a.m. Friday morning after his motorcycle struck another vehicle, at the in tersection of Maydell Drive and 24th Ave. Lloyd was attempting to pass on the left hand side of a '71 Plymouth, driven by Larry Duffy, 25, 4508 W. Fern, as the car was attempting to make a left hand turn off of Maydell onto 24th Ave. After the collision, both the motorcycle and the Plymouth came to rest in a ditch on the south side of 24th Ave. According to the FHP report, Lloyd d:ed at the scene from injuries sustained from the impact. Duffy received minor injuries. FHP officers state that charges are pending Frank's Ornamental Iron 0 24 Hour Service 621-4034 ;:: Residential Commercial .!-:' ;;.. Financing Arranged f-Man With Progress Village Murder Twenty-eight-year-old Reinaldo Amoros, 11740 N. 14th St., Apt. F, was arre s ted early Monday morning and charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 42-year-old Walter H. Coney, 3501 N. 23rd St., according to Hillsborough County Sheriff Detectives Coney was shot in the chest at 8314 Dahlia Ave. in Progress Village on April 30, while he wa s visiting Amoros' girl friend, sheriff reports state. Sheriff detectives have also linked another fatal shooting to Amoros. He is charged with first -degree murder of a 28-year-old unidentified man, Ricky E. Williams Attorney At Law (S1/2 Yrs. State Attorney' s Office) who perished early la s t Sunday morning at 2016 W Kennedy Blvd., Apt. 5. Amoros is being held without bond in the Hillsborough County Jail. When arrested, sheriff detectives discovered a sawedoff rifle and an automatic pistol in the apartment. Personal lniury and Wrongful Death (Vehicle Accidents, Slip & Fall, Railroad, Boat & Motorcycle Accidents, .Defective Products, Uninsured Defense (State & Federal Court) (Felonies, Drug Cases, Misdemeanors, Traffic, OWl and Juvenile). Divorce Custody Support Hours: Mon Fri. 8 -6 400 E. Buffalo Saturday 9 12 Noon & CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921---: 2 bedroom, $250 /month. 1 Adult furnished rooms and bedroom, $220 /month. 105 apartment, very nice, conve W. Francis. 221-0452 or nient location. 228-9538. 883-4373. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT Apt. fox rent by week or by onth. 254-3212 or 989-0271. rooms for rent. ROOMS FOR RENT COLUMBUS DRIVE/ 2nd Avenue, bor City, FLORIDA Nice clean private rooms for neat and clean, reasonable, Furnished, neat, clean and nice clean working people. refrigerator and cooking reasonabie. 238-3244 0 Private, reasonable, furnished facilities. 238-3244 or 988-2587. and all utilities included. 988-2587. 1-----------1254-3975. a.;;,.;;.:..;;;.;.;;..;.;... ______ -1 SECTION 8 1 room apartment for rent, ONLY Unfurnished apartment, lady preferred 319 E. 7th 1 bedroom home, 7820V2 N. $45/week, $100 securit) Avenue. 13th Street. Call 237-1371. deposit. 2306 13th Street. 1 ................................... .................... --1 bedroom/1 bath. 932-3077. Unfurnished 4 bedroom house, 2330 Union Street. 2 bedroom unfurnished duplex, 2314 Chestnut. Call 877-5951, after 5 p.m. ROOMS FOR RENT 1807 E. Columbus Dr. Neat, clean and reasonable, refrigerator and cooking facilities. 238-3244 or 988-2587. 3 bedroom house for rent. t------------Pay your own utilities. 2205 E. 2 bedroom duplex. A/C, 17th Avenue. Call days Refrigerator, Carpet, 248-2210, after 6 p.m. asher/Dryer hook-up. 985-8480. IRrPII9r Bars. 621-4166, a(ter 7 ROOMS FOR RENT Large furnished rooms with burglar bar door, near Florida Avenue. Newly remodeled. Bathroom and kitchen privileges. $45/week plus LEASE OPTION $5,000 down $1,000 month. Town/Country 1 acre. 4 bed, 2 bath, near ------------t$15.00 deposit required. port, beach, schools 884-8824. 413 W. PARK AVE. 221-3813 or. 253-2539. Room for rent. $30/weekly 223-4827. 2 apartments for rent. 105Yz 1 BR apartment, conve------------land 107 S. 22nd. Street. nient, quiet, clean. Prefer Large 2 bedroom frame house for rent. Carpeted, 1917 Pine St. West Tampa. $265/month or $70/week. 238-1697. Deposit $160, Rent $250/per bachelors or couples Move month. 247-2893, from 8:00 right in; $150 deposit, $50 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 24&-6256. FOR RENT Small apartment by week or .._ _______ ..----tmonth. 932-2856. FOR RENT 1 bedroom efficiency, askEfficiency & 1 BR apt., ing $75 / weekly, plus deposit, $125/ deposit, as low as APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1,2,3,4 bedroom apartments. Some furnished, some utilities paid. 229-0862. furnished and utilities includ$50 / week including water, t;:==========:;l ed. garbage & sewage. 223-4600, ............................... -t apartment, utilities included, 2 BR duplex apt. for' rent, t.m ... trllv plus deposit. $275/mo., $200 de'posit. own utilities, 2532 W. Walnut. Days, 248-3791; after 6:30 call 985-8480. To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial E. JOHNSO!'I ... ,_;__ U L Bars Railings MONEY TALKS! Firt' Escapes \\ PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS 1 and 2 bedroom apts for 248-2825 or o.o.l Ornamentals Free Home 4803 Nebraska Ave. a/c. 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.. On Bus Shelters And Benches Officials of the BY PATTY ALLEN "We want HARTline to Sentinel Staff Writer place staff members (at the 39, 12. Soft is the music that would Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority and Chief Judge William Terrell Hodges of the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, reached a compromise last week concern ing the removal of bus shelters and benches from in front of the Federal Courthouse on Florida Ave. tainly did not lose." Zack Street bus stop) to deal 80,66. charm forever. 11,44. A U.S. Marshal removed six with the bus riders (get the bus HART announced yester day that they will provide three new shelters arid ben ches, accommodating approx imately 15 bus riders, but they will be located around the cor ner on Zack Street. "This is not the solution we had hoped for," stated the Ex ecutive Director of HARTline, Cliff Hayden, Jr. "But at least the shelters will be a reasonable distance from where the bus stops. "This was an alternative to litigation, (spending) many years in court,'' Hayden add ed. "In that regard, this is a good compromise." According to Local NAACP Branch President Bob Gilder, "I don't think the poor people won, but they cerbenches and umbrella-like riders' input), and help them shelters on Sunday, May 5, adjust to a new system," the after receiving special orders NAACP spokesman added. from Chief Judge Hodges. "We want HARTline to make The U.S. judge claimep that sure that this plan works as crowds of people waiting for good as possible." public transportation created a Gilder explained "This is a potential hazard to the jurors, compromise, but it should not and others, entering the compromise the bus riders courthouse, by forcing them who in essence pay for the to walk in the street. buses. Someone, HARTline Hayden explained, "As and Judge Hodges, should soon as we can get a contracapologize to the bus riders for tor lined up and permits from this unnecessary intrusion into the city," HART will begin their lives." construction on the shelters Graham arid his group and benches, which will cost picketed the Florida Ave. site It is the prerogative of people to accept or $15,000. Work is expected to five days after the benches and reject the thoughts that I project, but at the begin as early as Wednesday. shelters were removed, and same time I hope that they respect my right Gilder and Randy Graham, collected 643 .!;>ignatures on to express my opinions. President of the League of petitions protesting the judge's For example, in 1984 I commended Black young voters urged order. Americans for following the dictates of HARTline's authorities to Accordi'ng to Graham, Reverend Jesse Jackson, the NAACP and monitor the situation after the on Friday his group plans to Reverend Joseph Lowery by registering to construction is completed. circulate a question and vote. However, I reminded them that we are "We want to make sure that answer form among the bus 1 patrons, "to see 1f the bus iVing in a nation with two major political momtonng is done to insure d Bl k 1 that the bus riders aren't inriders agree with the shelters parties, an ac peop e must get smart convenienced beyond that being moved to Zack Street and gain maximum benefits from our vot-which a normal bus rider is inand to determine if they have ing power by registering as Republicans and. convenienced," Gilder stated. been inconvenienced. Democrats. Some people called me stupid Burglar Alarms E. B. Alarm Co. ''I appreciate their effort in for suggesting that Black people should vote trying to resolve the for President Reagan. Their emotionalism problem," Graham stated, blinded them to the fact that I said register "but I am not pleased with not vote Republican. Well, the elections are QUALITY WORK WITHOUT ALARMING PRICES 24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE WIRED & WIRELES!) ALARMS PREWIRING FOR NEW HOMES PERIMeTER & INTERIOR COVERAGE SOUND & MOTION DeTECTORS CCTV MAINTENANCE PLANS LOCKS COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL 15 YRS. EXPERIENCE GUARANTEED WORK Low Low Prlcesll Rent Or Own ERIC BEASLEY 237-8282 THE GREAT REV. MAKO REAI>t:R, HEALER, AND ADVISOR 1 dl, pa,l. prt senl und t'ulure. He knows all, tells all. If you are sick and in bad hcallh. Know )Our enemies! Is your loved one drifting away? Do \IIU need onne, II' ou huve u Curse or Bad Spell he can help you break ihe bud lud. vi;il cun or maybe solve all your problems. His specialty i' gelling the sick wellund reuniting I he loved ones. Lucky Days and Num bers ure given. n YOU NEED HELP DON'T HESITATE COME NOW, LATER MAY BE TOO LATE (:QME BY HIS OFFICE QR CALL 234-2241, 219 \\ HII.I.SBOROUGH AVE. 4 BLOCKS WEST OF 1-75, TAMPA. BU"i RII>E .-ROM ANYWHERE._ CLIP THIS AD FOR A SPECIAL READING Real Estate Adv sor (Home, Land, Lots, Commercial) Free Consultation Look Around First, But See Me Before You Buy. let Me Help You Find A Mortgage That You Can live With. Bargain We Have 3 Houses Between $30,000 And $40,000. $500 Down Plus Closing Cost. Call Today 623-6193 Licensed Salesman Licensed Under Progressive Developers, 4803 Nebraska Ave.-T them moving the benches and shelters around the corner. over, and I continue to hear Black people "They (HARTline) are ask-saying that the Republican administration ing for more trouble because is insensitive to the plight of Blacks and the Zack St. location is more other impoverished citizens. I urge my peo-congested than on Florida 'ple to open their ears and listen to what top Ave," the young man explain Democratic leaders have been saying since ed. the national elections last fall. They have Gilder said, "This is not "coined" a new synonym for Black people, it what it ought to be. I label it as is "special interest groups. "Yes, the Demo-a half a loaf the poor peo-crats are saying that they lost the last pie have received half a loaf" election because of their "tie-ins" with the at the hands of those who are "special interest groups" and if the party is in power to regain its position as a viable force in the Hayden stated that the new political arena, then it must pull away from shelters and benches will re-these groups. So where does that leave main on Zack Street until the Black America? 111 answer with this quote new Marion Street Mall is from Mr. Eddie Williams, President of the completed early next year Joint Center for Political Studies. SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Discour aged, _Influenced B)' Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Today. Weekdays Af ter 5 P.M. Anytime On Weekends. Daily Blessings. 1 (813) 677-2971 "Blacks now have a unique opportunity to try to become the apple in the eyes of both parties: to be taken seriously by the Demo crats and courted by the Republicans." Vice President The Greyhound Corporation THE CRYSTAL PALL SAYS DON'T EAT LARUE'S AWFUL CCO = c. I Q = C'IJ


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