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Free Football Camp For Kids (SEE STORY ON PAGE 26-A) Tot Accidentally Shoots Self (SEE STORY ON PAGE 27-A) All The FLORIDA entinel 35 I News ,' ullefiir Fit To \ Print AM E RIc A' 5 F 0 R E fr 5 E M I -W E E K LY 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Published Every Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 54 TAMPA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1935 PRICE 35 CENTS Sentinel Salutes 1985 Graduates i SUNCOAST PIMEG PAYS TRIBUTE TO VOLUNTEERS The annual awards program held bl Suncoasl PIMU; To lnnease Minority Engineering Graduates) on June 2, was at Beulah Baptist Chl:clrch. seniors of and Pinellas ( 'uunlie, whu "illenll'r in the fall of 1985 lo major in were awards I'm atademil' athievemenl. was also lo )) \1 U; 'ulunll'trs. ltl"l 111 t:ddie (lrttn, al (;eneral t:lttlric Thdma lkntun. Suntoasl PIMEG: and Jim Williams. Kappa Alpha Psi hatlernity. ; (SEE SECTION B) VERONICA TA \'LOR ANU LARRY THOMAS TAKE VOWS Marriage \'OWs were'taken bl Veronica B. Taylor and Larry Thomas on June I. at Immanuel Luther11n Church in Brandon. The Rev. Roger Robinson per formed the Mr. and Mrs. William B. are the bride's parents. The is I he son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnje Thomas. The couple will live in Tampa.


0 ... I'll c 0 .c 0 = Vocational For Those Training Is Who Can't An Alternative Afford College "College is not for BY GWEN HAYES course would be in the vicinity everyone," says Mrs. Aurelia Sentinel Managing Editor of $300 for an electronics Miller, a five-year work course. "EJwin i s less expenevaluator assistant at Erwin sive than a college. That is Area Vocational Technical another reason one could Center. In that case, she choose vocational training," recommends vocational trainshe stated. ing for those who can't afford According to Mrs. Miller, to go to college, don't want to the instructors give personal go to college--(at that time), or concern to each student, and those wl]e may not have the the job placement for each stugrades to enter college. dent is great. Most have jobs "It takes a sborter period of time t o firiish a cou;se, and the once the course is completed. Certified in early childhood salaries are very good," she education and elementary stated. "Some more education, Mrs Miller says, than those who have gone to "don't go to college because college for four years," sbe .-, your friend is doing it. Get continued. On the other hand, / l...,, !_, .,I good, sound vocational train Mrs. Miller said there are MRS. AURELIA MILLER ing that willassure you a good students who leave jobs with base salary. high salaries to take a vocational course. "Many say that elude Court Reporting, Ac-"After you've worked a tne job pressure is what causes counting, general secretary year and still have that interest them to leave," she explained. courses, word and data pro-in college, by all means pursue "Money is not always the cessing. that interest at HCC, USF, number one priority." Industrial trade courses are: Tampa U or wherever you're Those who are interested in air conditioning, auto interested," she said. vocational training are steered mechanic, printing and An educator for 12 years, in an area that most interests graphics, electronics, welding, Mrs Miller, the mother of two them. "If we see they are not masonry, carpentry, plumbsons, is affiliated with several motivated by what they are ing, business machines technieducational organizations. She doing, we try to get them into cian, drafting, and attended the University of ,:i something that is to their likcosmetology. Tampa, University of South ..., ing -something more Distributive courses are: Florida, and CTI Business I realistic that they can handle." floral arrangements, designCollege. She is a member of c Courses offered in the ing, travel agents, and interior New Salem P. B Church, and health area are: Licensed Pracdesigning. secretary for the Entres Nou s "CCc. tical Nurse, Surgical TechniThe average time it takes to Social Club. < cian, Respiratory Technician, complete a course runs from For questions regarding the Dental Technician, and Optwenty-seven weeks to two school, contact Mrs. Caroline timetric Technician years, Mrs. Miller states. And, Schulz at 238-8631, extension Business courses offered inthe highest fee to be paid for a 223, between 8:30 and J p. m Tampa To Host Confab Of National 1 Police-Community Relations Officers fl.l -::E = The Tampa Police Depart ment will host the 16th annual conference of the National Association of PoliceCommunity Relations Officers (NAPCRO) at the Holiday Irin Northeast, 2701 E. Fowler Ave ., June 13-16. This is -the first conference hosted by Tampa. According to Sgt. Sam Jones, the regional vice presi dent of District IV (which comprises Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and South Carolina), NAPCRO was chartered in 1969 in Missouri. The non-profit organization is comprised of members of the police departSGT. SAM JONES BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor ment who are assigned to com munity relations units, citizens involved with community rela tions, and interested com munity activists The organization gathers annually with training sessions through nationally reknown speakers to "reinforce the net work through direct contact," Jones stated. 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Sunday, May 26, was one of the happie s t day s in the lif e of Susan Faye She graduated from Meharry Medical College in Nashville on that day, with the medical doctor's (M. D.) degree Dr. Andrews' preparation for medical school began when she graduated from King High School in 1977 and entered Fisk University and graduated in 1981. It was now time to put small things aside and get down to business real business That she was able to do arid now, four years later, she is Dr. Susan F. Andrews Having completed those years and looking back on them, Dr. Andrews offers the following advice to young peo ple interested in careers in medicine: "First,. strive to be com petitively balanced socially and academically," she states Speaking of social habits, she stresses being a team member in sports and other group activities, and demonstrate leadership qualities in clubs or campus organizations (editor of yearbook, treasurer of student government, president of fraternity). Academically, she "the overall grade BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor average as well a s the .science GPA should be 3.0 or better and the average on the MCAT (a required national examina tion given to students in terested in entering medical school) should be j n the neighborhood of 7.0 or better.'' Offering additional infor mation on the MCAT, Dr. Andrews explained, "It is crystal clear that, across the board, this test is the single most important criteria used to measure qualifications She was the student represen tative on the Admission's Committee at Meharry, giving her insight as to the admission quail fications. Adding to that, she em phasized these points: "1) don't take the exam unless you are sure you can do well on it. Students make the mistake and/or are sometimes ill advised to take the exam their junior year in college to 'see what it is like so they'll know how to study for it' .... Wrong!," she said. "Take this test only once as a preference and twice out of necessity The more you take it, the chances are for Superior Beauty Salon 2808 Tampa St. 229-0059 (Corner Tampa & Warren) MARION JONt:S ... Owner C11rfs '35 Specializing In: Perms Haircuts Weaving Hair Coloring And All Other Hair Care Treatment No Appointment Necessary Senior Citizen Special On Mon. & Tues. JANICE COOPER MARY HERRON ... Operator 2301 E. Hillsborough Ave. 238-0351 r / "rmcr/1 0/Hn\.\IJ. ,OnJJ 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905 getting in medical school." Secondly, she s aid, "learn as much chemistry, biology and physics a s you can while taking these courses in sc hool. It will make reviewing these subjects much easier. "Take preparatory courses designed to help you pass na tional exams." She suggests seeking advice from your col lege professors or counselor regarding the examinations best suited for your ability. "The courses are expensive, but worthwhile once you do well on the exam." Eighty percent of a medical student's time is spent reading notes, journals, textbooks. the reading section of the test is probably the most closely scrutinized, followed closely by quantitive analysis. "You must be able to com prehend and logically express what you have read," she said. While at Meharry, Dr. An drews was a senior class coun cil member, selected to Who's Who Among American Col leges and Universities, recipient of the Pre-Alumni Award for leadership and ser vice to Meharry, captain of. the class volleyball team, and participated in women's intramural basketball. She is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. On June 24th, the 25-yearTampans there will be more summer days than winter days. Be prepared .... Today -hot and humid, high 95, low 76. Saturday slight charice of showers, high 95, low 77. Nvw Open On Sundays ,. 12-5 P.M. 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 Palm River Plaza U/iou JVN'fl -:iJoeo Xai'l DR. SUSAN ANDREWS old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C Blythe Andrews, Jr : will begin her residency in Pediatrics at Orlando Medical Center, Orlando, Florida. "In general, I think students should enjoy their college days to the maximum ; but just keep their goals in perspect ive. Keep a positive attitude and always believe that you will at tain your goals. I "'"rcrn<> had a lot of prayers sent up for me. That's how I it!" THE GREAT REV. MAKO. WI RIT UAL READER, HEALE R AND ADVISOR 1 pa sl and fl!ture. He knows all tell s all. If y ou are sick and in bad health. Know yo ur enemies! I s your Jov ed one drifting awa y? Do need It' you have a Curse or Bad Spell he can help yo u break lhe bad lulk. One visit can or ma ybe .solve all your problem s. Hi s s pecialt y is KSIIJng_ the sick well a nd reuniting the loved ones Lucky Days and Num. given. ; I F YOU NEED HELP DON T HESITATE COM E NOW, LA lER MAY BE TOO LATE {;QME BY HIS OFFICE OR CALL 234-2241, -119 \\ HII. 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Padgett's Impact Proposal Is An Excellent Idea Rubin Padgett, the new county commissioner from District 3, came up with an excellent idea last week when he proposed that the county'S six black elected officials give quarterly or semi-annual reports to the people via their churches and other group gatherings. Though admitting that he has not discussed his proposal with the other officials, the Sentinel agrees with the Commissioner, who stated further: "We owe it to our community. It will enhance our concern for voter and political participa tion. The community wilr' become more familiar with the politicians representing them, and more Blacks will be interested in the political process "Our children will also have a role inodel to iden tify with. They will see that Blacks can become elected officials. And the community will know that we are not above them." Mr. Padgett shows a great deal t)f_political im agination with his proposal simply because it's no secret that most politicians forget the people who elect them until election time rolls Moreover, the Commissioner sets in concrete the concern of all Black leaders with the true tone of creating role models for our young people. While knowing full well that many of the masses of Blacks in our community wouldn't know some of our of ficials if they were wearing neon signs. This newspaper has also agreed to allow space in its pages for a bi-weekly or monthly column by Mr. Padgett and Perry C. Harvey, Jr., the outspoken and justice-seeking city councilman. The other four officials, County Judges Perry Little and Thomas Stringer, State Rep. James T. Hargrett, Jr. and School Board Member Rev. Dr. A Leon Lowry are also welcome to contribute items to the column. Mr. Padgett haS spelled out wbat we think is an excellent formula creating activity in the Black com munity through information and knowledge not now available. The other five officials ought seize the opportunity to make his proposal reach fruition. Important Meeting For Blake Class Of 1965 .. THA Board Members Face Test Of Strength And Character The motion also asks the board to reverse its positive Campbell ruling of May 17th, based on, .. the application of aii erroneous stiandar-d of review of the findings ", and other basis including denial of, procedural due process to the Staff and its position in this grievance." I beg to say that it was the doings of the so-callea "Staff" that has got ten the THA in much of its political predicament. This so-called "Staff", is the nucleus of that hatchet group that cut some 60 people from Tampa Housing a year ago. This so-called "Staff" offered nothing beyond a political criteria in determining who should stay and who should go. All of this explicit and is evident in the The hearing officer, J a s Bell, could have considered aH such political manuvering which came out in the Campbell hearings. The politics became thicker as cuts were rendered on the staff level where Camp. bell and perhaps others were willfully wronged. One may well raise the ques tion: Why would a somewhat New Executive Director, Juan Patterson seek to overthrow his fellow Black Commissioners on the board? The answer lies somewhere out there, for sure, beyond race. Let us not forget that those four Commissioners who voted to carry the motion reinstating Mr. Campbell were not on the board when Mr. Patterson was hired as Ex ecutive Director. Patterson evidently feels that he owes allegiance only to those Com missioners who were around to ratify his hiring. He could be working with the minority of his board which is nothing but politics. Hopefully, Dr. Fisher, Porter, Garrett, and Lubeck will stand courageously as they done before and institute a new day in the political life of this communi ty. It has been said that the journey of a thousand miles begins with that first step. With corruption so marked in a community which has suf fered so undeservingly, Hillsborough County is cer tainly a thousand miles away from the decency it is entitled to Let those Commissioners take that first step by re.iectinl the motion in the Campbell case, whenever that evil gesture formally and officially presents itself. (See related arWilli-aiD. Raspberry I 'Cost Containment' For Health Care ticle "My Opinion".) "When we as a straighten our backs up, are going somewhere, np,rnt.r<;;P a man can't ride your back unless it is bent. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr This corner has said o times that the strength, hopes, and dreams of the Black munity in Tampa an elsewhere hinge on the quality and character of its leadership. That quality and character will undergo a stern testing in persons of those who presently sit as commissioners on th e board of the Tam Housing Authority. Those board members, in cluding three home Black citizens of distincti Dr. Margaret A. Fisher, Ann R. Porter, and Leonard C. Garrett with support of the tenant represen tative on the board, Mr. Albert Lubeck, demonstnited a high degree of moral integri ty some three week's ago. On May 17, by a 4-2 vote the board over-rode the mannered decision of a hear ing officer, and reins tat former Director of Management James Ca bell, who was eliminated fro his job last year by polit" concoction Since that decision of 17th, Executive Director Jau Patterson has gone to lengths to overturn the Ca bell ruling. The strategy now to bring the issue up again the next board meeting ig t form of a motion entitled, "Motion For tion." The motion's author hopes to overturn the ComWASHINGTON President wants ultimately will missioners' earlier ruling and dent Reagan understands that result in LESS military somehow bind the board to runaway health-care costs strength. the decision of the "Hearing threatened to reduce the J. Richard Munro, presi-Officer.'' It is common availability of health care to dent and chief executive ofknowledge that in cases where the American people. So he ficer of Time, Inc., has been such hearing officers are paid supports the notion of "cost making precisely that arguby the defendant agency for containment" for health care. ment. America, officially at their services, more than 90 But when it comes to Penpeace for a decad'e now, is percent of the times they tend tagon budget, the President spending defense dollars as to vote in favor of those who seems convinced that more though on a wartime footing, are paying their fees. The spending automatically means MunrQ said in a recent speech THA hearjng officer was better defense. Just last week, at the \]niversity of Richnearly $7,000 by the The Blake Yellow Jackets tivities which kickoff with he was telling the National mood. ministration in one nfi"Prinol Class of 1965 will hold an imregistration at the Hilton. Association of Manufacturers "Defense spending in conentitled, "costs already i portant planning meeting For more details ahou t\ the that a House-passed "cost stant dollars now is as high as red" "on a memo update" Saturday, June 8, beginning at meeting, please call Charlie containment" plan to freeze it was at the height of the issued by Mr. Patterson, dated 7:30 p. m. at the Downtown Johnson (238-2504 and military spending at present Korean War and the Vietnam May 24, 1985. What the Hilton, 200 N. Ashley. 626-5000) or Carolyn Collins levels would "put the defense War," he "By 1990, it ficer's final earnings will be g Final decisions will be made (879-0372). of our nation at risk.'' will be a third more than it was highly speculative. So the ""' and vital information will be Well, at least as good an in either war ... In short, under board should not be affected 1-ol shared at this meeting about 2 4 8 .. 1 9 2 1 argument calt be made that the the current leadership, we one iota by the hearing .. classreunion--ac.-.... iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii .... m.i.litary--spending--the--Pres.i-..... [.Continued OnPag--e .. l3A. ] .... m .. o.ti.ve .................. ..


r [ ; MY OPINtON, L Bl Rudolph Harris ____JI THA And Florida Sunshine Law Need To Learn To Stick The Legislature of the State of Florida must have had, what could be going on among some Tampa Housing Authority Commissioners and its Executive Director, in mind when it mandated that the business of government in Florida be done in open court. llie law, simple in its intent, strongly prohibits the discus sion of issues and decisions such local legislative bodies deliberate upon in formal ses sion, beforehand. In other words, it is a violation of the "There was one of two things I had a right to, liberty or death; if I could not have one I would have the other. I should fight for my liberty as long as my strength lasted, and when the time for me to go, the Lord would let them take me," Harriet Tubman. Very s trong conviction s from a ver y s trong woman. And, if you, e s pecially you, cannot under s tand where I am coming from read the above word s Again Henceforth, there s hall be no other explanation We need to be reminded that "Negroes need to stick together," Reverend Dr. Mar tin Luther King, Jr. Sure ; your personal problems may be and more than likely are different from my own. Nevertheless, our collective problem is uni que and one in the same. While we're bu s y talking about Susie Q. and her man and /or how Ronald Reagan continues to screw (no pun in tended) u s from behind, our colleagues and counterparts continue to touch everything and turn it into gold for thems elves Our dearly departed warlaw for the Executive Director rior, Harriet Tubman, waited to meet, secretly, with only for nothing no one. She portions of his board to seized every breathing moment discuss or plan action to be to make it work To make it considered by the total board happen not only for herself, when in formal session. but for others as well. HunThe Florida Sunshine Law, Sometimes, make that often times we need to be reminded. dreds of others, mind you. If as it has been labeled, pro-Ms. Tubman was seen in a hibits secret meetings between huddle, you had better believe board member s ; cliques makthat she wasn't discussing the ing and formaliz ing deci s ions HER VIEW color of the rag(s) that her to be rendered by the total sister(s) were wearing on their board and all, including the head(s). Or, why the general public, are not to be brother(s) weren't fulfilling barred their husbandly or manl y There will always be the duties. No because she knew politi cs of foolishnes s that these petty things weren't prevalent at THA as long as important. She further knew administration is characteri z ed Racism Versus Mixed Up Values that then if a man could free in the aforementioned manhimself, his family was soon to ner. It does not take a geniu s follow. to analyze the present ongoing So many of us are guilty of operations, administratively, Every black person has at 1 k at THA. Such poor ethics oo mg up and/or down at one time or another experienccreate a fertile bed for the rub-ed racism. In many situations have so many values placed in "\. bish of dirty politics to where racism exist, it is so subthe wrong place. I have no ,flourish. Under such a climate tie until a black may not problem with people buying the sufferings is all expansive realize what is taking place. what they can afford. I do and endless. I doubt if anyone will queshave problems with people is going on at Tampa tion whether or not racism has who sacrifice themselves and Housing should be stopped in hurt advancement of the black their families to buy race in America. While racism like the devil to buy an expensomething that they neither has played its part, there has f 1 8 can afford or really need. been a second element that has sJve piece 0 Jewe ry. ut m th f th f t I hear all the time, "I didn't engulfed us and hindered our is vote and I don't get involved progress as a race of people. th h" in politics," yet they want That element is called mixed mg e wrong t mg. Father's buy big cars, exhandouts. up values. Mixed up values is a pensive clothes and costly I hear black people say they term that black people may jewelry while their children don't get involved in other not be quite familiar with and struggle for survival. These people's business and that they quite often we the men and the child's mother are not the police and won't be term with racism. "It f b h look to the government to take gm Y o tommg on a rot er. In my opinion, the term care of the children. When this That sounds good except the mixed up values means to doesn't haooen. thev all cry sucker is robbing and stealing value or idolize things and racism. But is this the case? the neighborhood blind and people who may not be what We are quick to complain should be caught and jailed. you need or what is in your but slow to do anything about There is no doubt in my mind, best interest. I t f bl k f lk h h it. I look at many of the blacks a o o ac o s ave t e1r It amazes me how blacks that live in public housing and values mixed up. value a Cadillac over a house. hear them complain about We constantly complain of Somehow, blacks have come conditions there. Yet they are what the system and what the to accept ownership of a luxcontented to stay right there white man does or don't do ury car as a symbol of success. and spend the price of a house for us, but we never speak of each other. When the most im portant thing is still the Golden Rule. If your children don't know it, it is because you don't practice it nor teach it. What are you waiting on? Even though my love for you is great, the sickness that is in my heart as a result of the way that we treat one another tends to be greater. Your at titude doesn't make me proud, either. Can we be honest with each other? Sure we can. Because it is all that we poor people have. We ain't got no money We bank on truth and honesty. Nothing costs more and re quires less. Case in point to all ye Celtics fans: the Lakers can still win it. its tracks. Even if attention must be brought to the steps of the local District Attorney's office, so shall it be. Bill James impressed this corner as being unshy about enforcing the law, irregardless of who is affected. Such is the system of things present!y at some agencies in the county. We can certainly sympathize with certain Com missioners, especially those Black board members at THA. We can't begin to ponder the pressure been applied to Mr. Lubeck, the 90-year-old Commissioner. However, four must remain strong tenacious and resist political presslfres of how strong. The example set by the Hillsborou2h County School Board is an excellent stan others such as THA well emulate. That holds work sessions and demonsh ; ates a high degree of ethics in handling the public's business. There is no reason why some sense of public responsibility should not prevail at THA. Commis sioners are not administrators; their fob is to make and set policy It is the job of the ex ecutive director to implement those policies and decisions rendered by his board. Juan Patterson would do well to adhere to that fundamental principle. When an administrator starts catering to board > elements, he begins digging !, himself into a hole. Mr. Patterson could well be up to his ? neck, already. One such Commissioner seems to have Mr. Patterson I on a string. Like a yo yo he, seemingly is going up and f down, stopped in the grips. ;. And while like all, individuals will err. But let us not forget Ef the words of the immortal =. 0 Dante': "The sins of the =:s warmhearted and the sins of Wl the coldblooded are measured on different scales." What has been done to James Campbell and his family the last year is downright evil. Let such evil be rectified. God willing, those strong in character on the Board of THA should remain steadfast to do just that. In many instances, it takes on cars, clothes, jewelry, what we do to and for mo s t of the monthly funds alcohol and drugs ourselves. Racism exists, and available to keep that car roll-it is very much alive But let u s ing down the street. To me, Public housing was never innot dwell too much on that. thi s i s a pe r fect case of tended to be the final home for L e t us concentrate on what we Certified Public Accoun.tant misplaced values. anybody even though in some can do to help our s elve s and to 6 Y2 Years Warlc Experience With IRS Black s are known to place cases it must be. The purpose help each other great emphasis on clothes. The of public bous ing should be It i s past time for us to get Delinquent Income Taxes more expensive the clothes the temporary while the occupant om : act together. L e t u s put IRS Payments Or Audit It i s not uncommon to works to move to something our values in th e right pl ace. b d I Problems find a black guy laid out on a etter To ay, b acks do not corner deck with a $1,000 look at public housing that 248u 1921 I Accounting Service/Tax worth of clothes on his back, way. They come to camp, pay .. Planning no money in his pocket and low rent and spend the bulk of Business Consultation HOWARD MCKNIGHT trying to bum a cigarette. their paychecks on impresFinancial Statement "tt As of late, we have gone all sionable things. Baha!iFaith (For Loans) out with jewelry. We must Sure there is racism, and the world ... M hav e expensive items of racism takes its toll. But black Hours: Mon. Fri. 8:30 s Sat. JO. 3 ::l J ewelry at all cost. We will folks have remained so far 25_3-0606 ., 1936 E Hill b h <" s oroug (Tampa} 237-4496 .. .. ..


.......................................................................................... Outstanding Federal Employee r-z ;J .., >-"' < Q .... ... "CC = < = E-1 to .... "CC .c fll ..... :c = == .... = = I = .... -= < ::< rJl MR. AND MRS. OLIVER MAYO, JR. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mayo, Jr. attend the Federal Employee Recognition Banquet at MacDill A.F.B. Officer Club. Mr. Mayo was selected The Most Outstanding Federal Employee of 1984-1985 at Tampa V.A. Hospital. Rev. S. C. Waterford Will Begin A 13 Week Broadcast Over Radio Station W.T.I.S. Dial Number, A.M. 11.10. This Program Will Begin Saturday Morning, June 8, 11:30 A.M. To 12P.M This Outreach 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 St. A.M.E. Church Family Located At 506 East Harrison St., Tampa, Florida. Telephpne 223-3158. Rev. Waterford Has Become A Legend hi His Own Time In Celebration Of 32 Years Of Service And Fellowship The Deacons And Trustees Of Macedonia M.S. Church Hwy 30 I And Bradley Road Invite You, The Public To Come Worship With Us On This Joyous Occasion. Sunday, June 9, 1985 I 1 : 00 A.M. Service Speaker A TTY. FRED BUCKINE Theme: "The Need Of W L. JACKSON Pastor THE 29TH STREET CHURCH Of CHRIST 3310 29th Street Bible School, 9:45A.M. Worship, 11 AM & 6 PM Bible Classes: Sunday, 5 P.M. Monday, 7 P.M. Prayer And Song Service, Wednesday, 7 P.M. PAST EXALTED RULERS COUNCIL NO. 61 I.B.P.O.E.W. Present Their Quarterly Disco & Dance At The Bay City Elks Home 2804 E Columbus Drive Saturday, June 8, From 9 P.M. Until? DONATION: $3.00 Pr ocee d s To District 6 Scholarship Fund -ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH 506 E. Harrison Street Invites The Public To Attend Its Annual Women's Day Observance Sunday, June 9, 1985 11:00 A.M. Theme: "Christian Women On The Move In Unity, With : Spiritual Awakening." Co Chairperson HELEN LEWIS KA THERYN MIDDLETON BROWN 1/:00A.M. Speaker First Vice-Pre sident Co nnecti o nal-La y Organization Of The A.M.. Chu rch Co-Chairperson EDITH COLLINS Pastor Chairperson FRANCES DAVIS Co-Chairperson JOAN DAWSON Jr. Co-Chairperson JANICE HICKS REV. S. C. WATERFORD Other Participants On Program: Mrs. Mary C. Dixon, Mrs, Jackie Kinsey, Rev. Rebecca Kearney, Mrs. Doris V. Scott, Mrs. Gaynell Dixon, Dr. Hazel Harvey, Ms. Jackie Teahart, Mrs. Mazie Evans ; Mrs. Louise Brown, Mrs. Jada Sheppard, Ms. Ulystine Thomas, Mrs. Marie Sheehy, Ms. Ronette Sheehy, Mrs. Virgie Day, Mrs. E. Jean Bolden, Mrs. Clara J. Davis, Mrs. Colious Bassett, Ms. Lila Nichols Mrs. Pearl Coffee, Mrs Alice P. Woodard, Mrs. Ruth Brady, Mrs. Evelyn C. Johnson, Mrs Jewell Warren, Mrs. Rutha M. Harper, Mrs. Helen Davis, Mrs. Lydia Rodriguez, Ms. Geraldine Barnes, Ms. Doris Wilson, Mrs. Roberta Beale, Mrs. Mary Bunche, Mrs. Leanora Brady, And Mrs. Sarah Williams. Guest Choir: MT. ZION A.M.E., Port Tampa. Guest Ushers: ST. LUKE A.M.E., ST. MARK BAPTIST, Port Tampa; And MORNINGSTAR BAPTIST. YOUNG ADULTS WOMEN'S & SMALL WORLD Presents ''Spring Fling'' Fashionalla In Summer White & Talent In The Lower Unit Of The Church Saturday, June 8th, 7:00P.M. Jr. Co-Chairperson: Ms. Janice Hicks Advisors: Cornette Mills, Mary E. Jones, and Bettye K. Griffin. Na,rrators: Lucious Davis and Cheryl Davis. Coordinators: Patsy Greene and Barbara Ragin. Music: Janet Myers and John Williams. Theme: ''Women On The Way'' Presents Careers Of Women From4P.M. T06P.M. Sunday, June 9th Various Personalities And Guest Choirs Of The Tampa Bay Area Miss Janice Hicks, Jr. Co-Chairperson. Mrs. Barbara Ragin and Mrs. Jacqueline R. Allen Advisors. Mrs. Frances G. Davis, Chairperson .... \..? ........................................................................ ...


Phone Your News 248-1921 WISHI\G YOU A No. I Choir Union Convenes Sunday, June 9, 2:45P.M. Northside M.S. Church 5706 N. 40th Street Rev. J Jordan, Pastor Musical Program Sunday, June 9, At 7:30P.M. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MISS ROSE The President Is Asking All Choirs To Be On Time DEA. SEARIGHT SULLIVAN ... President SIS. LOUISE GRANT ... Reporter VIctory Tabernacle Church 34th Street A 18th A venue Rev. J. L. Oventreet, Putor On Program: and Gospel Commanders of St. Peters burg, Spirit of Refuge, Lakeland; and Harmony Winds, Tampa. (Sponsored By The Harmony Winds) St. Lulce A.M.E. Church 2709 25th Street Rev. C. D. Dixon, Pastor Choir No. 4 Celebrates. 20thAnniversary RILASTROUD Sponsor LINDAMYIRS Co-Sponsor Come And EnJoy An Evening Of Spiritual Worship. PLEASANT CHAPEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 26 I 5 Chipco St FELLOWSHIP DAY OBSERVANCE Sunday, June 9, At I I : 00 A.M. Theme:" What A Fellowship What A Joy DevineLeaning On The Ever l asting Arm. '' SIS. ALMA MORRIS ... Speaker SIS. JOANN STUBBS ... Chairperson Sis Arthur Shipp And Sis Rosalie Boker, Co-Chairperson Rev S Carnes Lawson, Pastor Rev. W D Shipp Assoc. Minister 88.5 FM MNF PRESENTS THIRD REGINALD REID Reginald Lewis Reid celebrated his. 14th birthday, June 6. "Reggie", as he is af fectionately called, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John (Catherine) Reid, and the god son of Deborah Fudge and Rubye Williams. He is a stu dent at Coleman Junior High and a member of the track team and band. Reggie will be feted with a party by his mom and dad on Saturday. He is a member of Friendship M.B. Church of Carver City, where he serves on the Junior Usher Board. Pianist Wanted At Cathedral Of Love And "ace Church, Tampa Call Dr. R. J. Peele, Jr., Collect At (8J3J 323-3070, After J PM Vacation Bible School June 10June 14 6:30P.M. T0 8:30P.M. College Hill Mennonite Church Corner 28th & Machado Kindergarten Thru Adult Come And Bring A Friend! ORLD Wednesday, June 12,8 P.M. The Cuban Club 10th Ave. & 14th St. Ybor City, Tampa $10Advance $12 Day Of Show All proceeds benefit WMNF Radio. Call226-3003 for ticket information. TERRIELL ASHLEY On June 9, Terrien D. Ashley will be celebrating his 14th birthday Terri ell is the son of Brenda Ashley and Lorenzo Ashley. He is the grandson of John and Doris Doyle. To help him celebrate with a lovely dinner party will be his aunt, Joyce Young, brothers, Lorenzo Ashley Jr. and Reginald Ashley; uncle Don Doyle, and many friends. Terriell is an 8th grader at Adams Junior High. Mrs. Hattie Mae Pinckney will have 39 candles on the cake when she celebrate her special day on June 10. She is the wife of Mr. Albert Pin ckney, and she has four children. Mrs. Pickney is a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church. lain, Sr. Celebrating with Adriane will be her family, friends and her little brother Willie. Adriane will be an eighth grade student this fall at Horace Mann .Jr. High School. She 's a member of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church. She is the grand daughter of Mrs. Frances Hayes. Former Tampan Benjamin Williams observed his natal day on June 3, in Brooklyn, New York. Mr. Williams is the uncle of Mrs. Dorothy Brax ton in Riverview. ....-tlllllllll TRACEY KEATON Party time for Tracey Keaton at Chuck E. Cheese. Her sixth birthday was June 5, however, the celebration has been deferred until Saturday because she wanted many of her friends to be there for the :!2 f = = I = = = "C = =Cl.l :t" a t'!:! < = a good time. > ADRIANE FOUNTAIN Her maternal grandparents, i, Mr. and Mrs. Noah (Irene) Keaton have made the ar? rangements for this occasion. I Tracey's mother, Gay Lorain, brother, Noah, paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ; Frank (Ernestine C.) Odom e and other aunts will be there to ;. enjoy the party. The celebrant attends Oak Grove Kindergarten and is all ::. knowing she will be goTomorrow, June 8th, will be a big day for Adriane Col ette Fountain. She will be 13 years old. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Betty) Founing to the "Big School" in the fall of the year. 248-1921 ''TOOTSIE'' And THE SPIR-TIUAL HIGHLIGHTS Observe First On Father's Day, June 16, At 3:30P.M. At New Philadelphia M.B: Chu.rch 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 Family, Praise Ensemble, Eddie Mae Jackson, Voices Of Zion, Pilgrim Jubilees And The Zion Temple Gospel Singers.


Made and Novella ()n:bid Club Downbome Soutbem Cabaret. ORCHID CLUB On Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m., the ladies of the Orchid Club will hold their Annual Inspirational Services at home of the Chaplin, Johnnie Garner, 8507 Ash Ave. Progress Village. Orchid Garner, who was in the hospital and missed last month's meeting, is at home recovering from sudden illness and the ladies are thankful to have her hGme and able to have the services that she had worked so hard to put together. Connie Mustipher hosted last month's meeting and as predicted, their Downhome Southern Cabaret headed agen da. Cabaret Chairperson, Connie Mustipher, Co-Chatrperson, Alza L. Stanislaus, Committee members, Barbara Small, Deloris Hammond, Barbara Faison and Mildred Siplin got a standing ovation from their fellow Orchids for a job well done After a short business session, the ladies enjoyed visiting in the lovely Club House of the English Village. Others enjoying themselves were: Ann Glymph, Authori"e Clark, Mary Bowden Mary Staples, Betty Walker, Viola Wallace, Freddie Salters, 'Geneva Lucas, Claretha Flowers, and Angelina and Robert Smith. TSU ALUMNI Tennessee State University Alumni, Tampa Bay Chapter, held its first meeting on May 29th, at Middleton Jr. High SchooL The next meeting will be Thursday, June 13, at 7:30 .m. at the same place. For more information, contact p.L. ooden at 623-5168 after 6 p.m. LAY ORGANIZATION MEETING The Tampa Florida Conference Lay Organization will meet Saturday morning, June 8, atthe St. Stevens A.M.E. Church, Bradenton. The meeting will begin promptly at 10 a.m. Dr. Jesse Burns is the President, and Mrs. Rowena F. Brady is Public Relations Chairman. NATIONAL COUNCL OF NEGRO WOMEN The Metro Chapter of the National Councii of Negro Women will meet at the downtown Holiday Inn, Dutch treat. The President, Essie C. Feu requests the presence of all members, especially committee chairpeople The business is important. ORANGE BLOSSOM COSMETOLOGISTS On Saturday night at the Orange Blossom Cosmetologists Association the Jet Set Chairman, Mrs. Emly J. White and Mrs. Lumpkin, Co-Chairman; open the J1ight's af fairs, Twisting The Night Away Contest and a Treasure Hunt. First place winner in the Twist contest, was, Stephan Blunt sonbed, West Palm Beach; 2nd, Althea Richardson, Daytona, and 3rd, Wilken Lumpkin, Jacksonville. Winners in the Hula Hoop Contest were : 1st place, Eumce Brown, Tampa; and 2nd, Kashamba Miller, West Palm Beach. Many guests received lovely gifts from the Treasure Hunt. Music was by J.R. Disco, West Palm Beach. Some guests in attendance were : Mrs. Jannetta Baker, GLORIA DeLAUGHTER Mr. Albert DeLaughter Sr. announces the engagement of his daughter Gloria DeLaughter to Terry Darnell Myrick, grandson of Mr and Mrs. Fred Mosely. Th e bride-elect is an Ac count' Processor at Barnett Bank. The prospective groom is a off-broadway performer in New York City. The wed ding is planned for July 6, at St. John Progressive Baptist Church. THANK YOU Mrs. Sally Crosby would like to thank all the JDembers and friends for their prayers, telephone calls, visits and other acts of kindness shown at the time of my brutal attack which resulted in being hospitalized. Special thanks to Pastor Stonom aQd his wife for everything they to ease my discomfort and citizens of Ponce DeLeon Ctr. "I want you to know that I greatly appreciate your gen uine concern and all that you did for me during this time. May the Lord continue to bless you." MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719 Green Street Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, ll AM BibleStudy, Tues., 7P.M. Everyone Is Welcome Bro. Larry B. Horde, Sr. Deacon Sis. Patricia Horde, Sec. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of COI.UGE HI&.&. 3838 29th Street Jacksonville Mrs. Florance James, Tampa; Mrs. Doris K. Pastor Young Johnson, Ft. Pierce; Mrs. Bettye Anderson, Miami; Mrs. Sunday, June 9, 1985 Sunday School9:30A.M. Katherine Lawrence, Tampa; Mrs. Barbara Chester, Cocoa; MornineService-1/:00A.M. Mrs. Dorothy McKay, Miami; Mrs. Florance Ford, Sarasota; City Widechoi.'s Mrs. Pearline Benton, Tampa; Miss Vougln Lumpkins, Vnion#I-.':OOP. M. < Jacksonville; and Mrs. Thelma Montgomery, Orlando. The #I Choir Of First Baptist Church Will Host The "City Wide f-< WEST COAST LADIES Choir's Union #I. We Invite And :I: Welcome You To Come And En-:2 A meeting of the West Coast Ladies Auxiliary will be held at joy This Wonderful Program. '"-l 3 p.m. Saturday, at the home of Mrs. Mary Peel, 3707 E. SIS. EUZABETH WYNN Phone Your News 248-1921 !11111--------------YOU DESERVE IT!! TREAT YOURSELF TO A ONE-DAY (13 Hour) SEA ESCAPE CRUISE On The Scandinavian Star Cruise Ship One Glorious Day Of Food, Festivities And Fun July6,1985 Come And Be Witlt Our Group Special Rates For Adults1 Senior Otlzeos, Teens Aad Cblldreu-Cabins Also AvaUable To Real For Tbe Day. IOARD At 7:30A.M.-DIPAifT, 9 A.M. -lflfUifN, JO P.M. For Complete Information CaU: 677-4392; 677-1564. Deposit Ac:cepted Now. Due Date June 20, 1985 -An A.M. Jones EveatThe No.I Usher Board Of first Baptlst'O.urch Of Lincoln Gardens, Anniversary Celebration friday Nlgh_t, Aun' 7, 7:30P.M. REV. LARRY WHITE Various Choirs Aad GOspel Groups Will Read t J\ Musical Program On June 9 Rev. Larry White WIII'Be The Speaker With No. I Choir Of Church And Guest Ushers Ser ving. SIS. ESSIE MUNGIN And SIS. MARTHA TOLBERT ... Chairpersoi,IS SIS. ANN ROBERTSON, President El.DER .JOHN A. STEPHENS, Pastor 5:. ... JP!R/Tif STEAMBOAT CRUISE friday, June 14,8 P.M. 'til Midnight Boarding At Brorein Street Bridge DONATION: $12.00, Advance $14.00, Day Of Cruise Ticket Includes: Free Wine & Free Hors d'oeuvres Music By Ike's Lounge MUSIC MAN for Ticket Information Or Ticket Order Call: 228, Or 251-5418 Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church 1747 Lasalle St. Rev. J. M. Rutledge Pastor Women's Day Observance Sunday, June 8, 1985 Theme: "We Are The World" Morning Speaker II A.M. SIS. 81TTY' KINSIY' Co-Chairpersons: Sis. Sand..;. Carringtoa, Sis. Unda Gilchrist, Sis. Ola Gonzalez, Joan .Johnson, Pearl Kimball, Deltra Long, Mary Powell, Faye Rutledge. Other Participants: Elaine Martin, Mamie Turner, Ethel Jones, Cassie Wilson, Geraldine White, Joyce Felton, Stephanie Cannicheal, Linda Powell, Gwen Field, Mnine Douglas, Bernadette Nelson, Rhonda Reeves, Mildred Forete, Katherine Johnson, Rev. Beverly Lane, Terry Von White, Veronica Taylor, Tina Parker, Mary Lee, Diana Bell, Betty Gatlin, Carolyn Weaver, Ernestine Bell, Ethel Howard, Fontaine Marion, Fostella Smith, Emma Turner, Nellie Blythwood, Eve Johnson, Van Scott, Ruth Brown, Ilene Twiggs, Stephanie Davis, Mary Sampson, Yvette Sims, Sophia Baker, Andrea Sims, Lillian Sampson, Moira Powell, Creshawnia Gilchrist, Lakisha Kinsey, Carolyn Tribune, Katrina Albury, Joyce Wiggs. '"-l Genessee. ... President ............ ........ .... ................ .............................................. l


... Atl ... t .. W ... .. .. ................ an a I e I e e The Just Us Social Club is meeting at 6 P.M. Saturda y at ): Pastors and delegates from week of September 2-8, 1985 vention U.S.A., Inc. to be Mrs. Emma Fripp's home, 1820 N. Boulevard Mrs. Lottie across the United States will for the l-05th Annual Session headquartered at the Atlanta Henderson is the June birthday celebrant. gather in Atlanta during the of the National Baptist Hilton Hotel. PALLBEARERS FLORAL COURT All Members Former Members, Friends The Committee is planning The Floral Court of the Pallbearers Grand Union will AndWeii-WishersArelnvltedToAttend a variety of activities for conobserve their 87th Anniversary at 2 P.M., June 9, at the Tern Homecoming. ventioneers stay in Atlanta pie, 1902 Main Street. The Rev. Foster Garvin is the District At Hood Temple A.M.E. Zion Churih during the week of September Deputy, Isaac Jones, President; and Mrs. Aleather 2-8, 1985 for the 105th Annual Woodberry, reporter. Sunday, June 9 1985 Session of the National Baptist r Convention U.S.A., Inc. ll:OOA.M. Dr. Lee Will Be Introduced By His Grand son, Ara Alexander. DR.R. L.LEE ... Presiding Elder The Crowning Of Mrs. Hood Temple Will hAt $:30 P M ppear Ori SIS. PHETIE E. WILLIS, Chairperson REV. R. R NEAL, Pastor Greater Mount Moriah Primitive Baptist Church 1225 Nebraska Avenue EBENEZER M.S. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street REV. EZELL BERRIEN Suaday SchOol, 9:45A.M. M0111Jaa Worship, 11 A.M. Worship, 6:30P.M. Highland Church 3410 North Street Usher Board I Celebrates 23rd Anniversary June 9, At 3:30P.M ELDER LEWIS MOORE .. The Speaker Will Be Accompanied By His Crusaders, Choir And Deacons. SIS. MAEOLA UU''-'"''"'"''" .. President REV. W.M:HODO Pastor IC 00 Ul Elder Clarence L. Warren, Jr., Pastor Theme: "Pointing The Children To The Door In '85 Blbk Study/Prayer, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. Ebenezer M.S. Church Friday, June 7 At7:30P.M. RIV. SY&.VISTIR R081NSON Speaker Sunday, June 9 9:30A.M. Sunday School Bro. Ralph Jovner, Junior SuperiJ\tendent \ The 11 o'clock Will Be PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 1212 Scott Street 260724th Avenue Usher Board No. J & No. 2 f Observe l 5th Anniversary fr Sunday, June 9, 1985 At 4:00P.M. 'i REV. W.F.LEONARD ... Putor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Mornlna WonJilp, 11 A.M Choir No 1 And Usher Board No. 1 Servin& BTU, 5:00P.M. REV. WILLIE HOPIONS REV. E. BERRIEN .. Speaker ... Put?r Guest Cbolr: NEW MT. SILLA M.B CHURCH DORIS LIPPETI, President, Usher Board No. 1 On Saturday, June 8 At6:00P; M. Calendar feast Evening Worship, 6:00P.M. Mid-Week Service&: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30P.M. JADINE LIPPETT, President, Usher Board No. 2 .; 12 Beautiful Tables Various Soloists I I \ J I ''!*"' BRc;iSTIVIN NUNN Other Sunday Program aryl Walker, Reginald Clark Leroy Turner, Jr. David Wha rton, So Long, James Hightower, Debbie Burgin, Bernard McDuffie, lthea II, Aria Ball Nunn Willie Grant, Daron Aldrich, And Kevin Marshall. Peace Bapt1st Church Pastor's lnstaltation Services Thur Fri. And Sunday, June 6 7 & 9th 2607 -24th A venue REV. w. F. LEONARD Pastor Services Began Thursday Night With The Rev -Lester Corter And Congregation Of New Mt. Zion M B Church In Charge. Tonight's Service Will Begin At 7 : 30. Rev James Marion, Pastor Of New Philadelphia M B Church, Will Be In Charge. He Will Be Accompanied By His Congregation. Installation Service Bethany Missionary 5814 Street Court, Palm River 12th Annual Youth Recognition Service Sunday,June9,1985 Theme: Youth Putting God First In Their Lives. Sunday School At 9:45A M. : Morning Worship At 11:00 A.M.; Dinner Served, 1:30 P.M.; Talent &: Fashion Parade, 3:00P.M. All Graduates Of Tampa Are Invited, And Will Receive A Gift. They Are Asked To W-ear Caps And Gowns. Various Choirs, U shers And Per sonalities Will Appear On The Program. Miss Nikki Johnson, President Rev. R. Rogers, Pastor Annual Youth Day Observance St. James A.M.E. Church 5202 South 86th Street Rev. F. A. Rodriguez, Pastor Sunday,June9,1985 Theme: "Through Christ, We Are The World ; J J :00 A.M. Speaker: BRO. KlRK BROXTON Of Mt. Olive A.M. E. Church Other Participants: Daryl Brinson, Prince Drayton, Beth Myers, Linda Monroe, Lisa Glover, Tammy Daniels, Daphyne Pugh, Willie Brooks, Jr. Angela Nunn, Chandra Cotton, And Carle Cole Guest Ushers: Harris Temple Guest Choir: Palm River Church Of God In Christ The No. One Choir Of Greattr Friendship Missionary Baptist Church 4413 35th Street Presents The Old Ship Of Zion Friday Night, June 7 SIS. VIVIAN COLE, President REV. M MURRAY, Pastor THE TRA VEI.ING STARS Will Render Program Sunday Night, June 9 Church Of The Brethren 18th A venue &: Cord Street With: The Jacob Family, The Floyd Singers. And Other Groups Are Invi ted. Unity M.S. Church 3111 Ybor Street FJder H. H Hunt, Pastor Sunday June 9th Pre-Unity Day Observance Theme: "Love And Action" 3:00P.M. > = Q. :I. I -Sunday At 3:30 ELDER LuRAY NORRIS Guest Speaker: The Rev. R R Russ Pastor Of : Speaker C"l Gethsemone Church Bradenton; President Of The District With His Congregation Of The t'l'! Mt. Pilgrim Sunday School And BTU Congress He Will Be New Mt. Zion M.B. Cbu r ch, BONITA BRADLEY Lak I d I C "7 Accompanied By His Congregation. e aa n barge. .c.. Co-chairlady Dea F. f) p II Ch I t'Pl ............ ;; .............................. .. ....


IN THE SPOTLIGHT :; *MONICA MARIE McCOY* This is Monica Marie McCoy, daughter of Sandy McCoy and BUI McCoy. Monica graduates from King High School today and will be a freshman at Spelman in the fall majoring in the field of Political Science. Monica is 17-years-old, stands 5'4", and spends her spare time swimming, cheerleading, and going to the beach. Her philosophy of life is: "A person must meet and greet each day with a positive attitude in order to be. successful. '' Monica is attracted to a man who is ambitious, romantic, and one who knows how to treat a lady. Her favorite star is Madonna. MIDDLEfON 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: $3.00 Tickets Are A vail able From Class Members. 29th Observance Of Moore's Day And First Memorial Day Service In Remembrance Of \ "' \ \ &4 ,I -_ BROTHER HENRY "FT. VALLEY" MOORE "Gone:, But Not Forgotten." Holsey Temple C.M.E. Church 3729 North 15th Rev. H. c. Wilkes, Putor Brother Robert P. Blount, Chairman ....-NfW PHILADfLPHIA M.'B. Church 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue .. PIIStor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, ll:OO A.M. Evening Worship (lst Sun.), 5:30P.M. Prayer & Bible Class, Tues., 7 :30 P.M. 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 24t. h Avenue ")>' SCOTI, Put or Sunday School, 9:4$ A.M. Wonllip Semce, 11:00 A.M. Eveniq Semce, 7:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W., Fri., 7:30P.M. WantH: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. Or 247-1037 FIRST BORN HOUSE Of Prayer (Pentecostal} 1105 E. Henderson "' ELDER BERNARD MCCRAY Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 A.M. Mornign Worship, 1i:OO P.M. Evenign Worship, 7:30P.M. 7:30P.M., Tues., Bible Study 7:30P.M., Thurs., Prayer & Tarrying ST. JOHN M.S. CHURCH 340 I 25th Avenue 'I .4: ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. REHEARSALS: Youth, Tues., 6 P .M. No.2, Tues., 7:30; No. 1 & Youna Adults, Wed., I P.M. GaAa MARY M.8. CHURCH 390137th Street Brother Hayward L. Brady, Presiding Other: Participants Include: Bro. William Bryant, Bro. S. J. Wilson ELDER THOMAS J. REED COLLEGE HILL OF -GOI) IN CHRIST .. Pastor .. Sunday School, 9::'10 A.M. MorningWorohip,II:OOA; M Y.P W W., 5 ::'10 P.M Evening Wonhip, 7 :00P. M Tues. &: Fri., Services, 7:00 CHURCH OF CHRIST 1312 W. Nusau Street Tampa. Fla. 33607 IDA TKISON ; Minister SUNDAY: BibleStudy,IOA.M.&SP.M. Worship, ll A M. & 6 P.M. TUESDAY: Ladies Study, 10 A.M Study. 7:30P.M THURSDAY: Song SerVice & Prayer Meeting 7:30P.M. UVINOWORD CHRISTIAN CfNTfR Palm River Rec:reation Center 58th St. And Palm River Rd. "t PASTOR CLYDE F. BOULER Praise & Worship Service 11 AM Faith & Deliverance Service 6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Worship Experience. Radio Ministry Each Saturday At 1:15 P.M. On WCBF (1010 AM). FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF UNCOLN GARDENS 4202 Palmetto Street ELDER J A. STEPHENS .. Pastor Sunday School. 9 :30A.M. Each Sunday. Morning Service. II A.M. Evening Service. 6 P M First And Third 8. T U .. S P .M. Each Sunday Prayer & Bible Study Tuesday At 7 P M MORNING GLORY M CHURCH 7510 N. 40th Street -HJ_ ?if NIW SALEM MISSIONARY aAPTIST CHURCH 405 North Oregon ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M Morning Worship, 11 A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Worship, 7 P M. Prayer Meeling & Bible Study Thursdll)', 7 P.M. GRt:ATER 1-"RIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Street \ I REV. M. MURRAY .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 5 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. Visitors Are Welcome fiRST UNION MB CHURCH 3707 E. Chelsea ... Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 6 P.M. Prayer-Bible Study, Wed.,. 7P.M. NIW CANAAN M.8. CHURCH PRISON CRUSADf BUILDING 29th Street & 21st Avenur Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship, II A.M. B.T.U., S P.M. Evening Worship, 6 P.M. First & Sunday Visitors Are Welcome fVfNING STAR TAURNACU BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Paris < Sis. Gloiia Lewis, Sis. Joyce Hinton, G.T.E. Personnel, "The Moorettes .., Pastor z Brothers Steve Kelly, Grover Cusseaux, Sr., Billie Mitchell, JoeL. John Sunday School, 9=30 A.M. REV. P. L. HUMPHREY ... Pastor son, Alex Cottman, Albert Coleman, And Rev. Brown. Mornina Service, 11 A.M. ...Putor Sunday SChool, 10 A.M. At 7:30P.M.' MUSICAL MIMORifS Evening Service, 5:30p.M. Sunday School; 9:30A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M. Featuring The Traveling Stars, Florida Soul Stirrers, A Solo By Bro. Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. Morain& Wonbip, II A.M. Night Service, 6 P.M. .. rtW .. .......... lllillll .. llilllllii .. .. ... ii


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. c "'C = < "'C .c -:c = =.5 :; = I = = King Graduate Drafted Into The Pros BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Wrihr Could Tampa possibly be so lucky and have a r epea t of the Dwight Gooden s tory We .ll let's keep our eyes and open for Tyrome Griffin. 17-year-old King High graduate who was recently drafted by the Baltimore Orioles to play shortstop. "I'm excited because now I will have a chance to play pro ball, make Jots of money, meet play with the others (superstars) on T.V.," the young man exclaimed. young man exclaimed. According to Griffin, who has already received a $40,000/four-year scholarship to Georgia Tech, he will sit down and negotiate with the team's representatives this Saturday. The young Tampa native ex plained, "It really depends on what they offer me. If it is worthwhile, then I will probably go" to the Orioles farm team and pass up his college scholarship. So far, Griffin's story is similar to Gooden's the New York Mets' star pitcher -story. "Since I was eight-years-old I've been playing baseball," Griffin stated, adding that he started playing with the Belmont Heights Little League. "A friend next door played the game," the young man ex plained "He took me to one and 1 signed up." It wasn't long before Griffin began enjoying the game, and especially his position short stop. "I Jove to play it and I Jove the competition He pointed out, "I like the the one-on-one situatio n while at bat. I pla yed football in my sophomore year, and it's more of a team sport." His many accomplishment include going to the World Series with the Belmont Height s Team, and being nam ed to the All-County First Team and All-Conference First Team at King High School. During his senior year, Grif fin had a .305 batting average, stole 18 bases, came within one of tying the school record of 24 walks, and broke the school record of hits with a total of 14. The young star's favorite pro player is short,top Ossic Smith, who plays for the St. Louis Cardinals. Griffin acknowledged that he has tried to emulate Smith's style. "He's graceful, and he hardly makes mistakes," Grif fin has noted. Also, "he doesn't get the big head when he makes a good play." According to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome (Mona) Grif fin, "It's kind of easy for a pitcher to. make it to the major league." He was referring to Gooden's success. "I feel I have a good chance," he said, comparing himself to Las t year's Rookie Of-The-Year "If I do go. I have to work hard and have Griffin also indicated that if he doc s make it as a profes sional base ball player, he will not negled his s tudies. He i s still planning on obtaining a degree in Electrical Engineering. FREE BLESSED MONEY PRAYER CLOTH 813-238-1163 Spiritual Advisor, Divine Healer, Metaphysician. Her bolist, Marriage Counselor, Case Worker, Spiritual Help in all ol life' s problems. Write Me. Bishop Kelly, P O Box 11832 Tom po, Flo 33680 39( ALCOHOL 16-0Z. Reg. 69' Because all Generi -......... ........ are not ual. / -iGentle Treolment ri : .. SYMES TUBE or 3 77 ClEW SOCKS liEN'S & BOYS SIZES 4-PACK Reg. 4 .69 come In & up [ aJ the 4-page Eckerd Brand Sale Flyer for big savings on quality Eckerd Brand products.




The J WlTH -._L print. throw all of his pitches across J' 'J JlRJ!JNf ][l)[ he might BY bookstore now. make a mistake with," Her-L I G "I wish I was his agent," nandez said. "But that's one oss s ooden' s Gain San Francisco Giants catcher he will not use too often and should have sobght a multiBob Brenly said of the New shouldn't." Three years ago, the New York Mets of major league showed some insight in making Tampa's Dwight Gooden their number one draft choice in the annual baseball draft. The Mets showed further wisdom by br inging Gooden to the major league as a rookie last season. Gooden delighted the Mets by becoming the ace of the staff. By now the world knows all about Gooden's accomplishments as a pitcher. In his first year, Gooden became a superstar, a hou sehold name, a crowd fll drawer and was the talk of the = league. In fact, Dwight had made the Mets look smarter. :a Boy what a selection. But just as the Mets were .c I about to receive the major league baseball wisdom award, they blew it and fell flat on their faces. In a matter of months they went from the potential recipients of the wisdom award to potential recipients of the major league dummies of the year award. The Mets knew that Gooden was a potential super pitcher when they drafted him. The Met s knew Gooden a C su per spring camp in 1984 and was a top notched major league prospect: They knew he = .... = = I = .... -= 00 was ready for the :.,Pig league. That is why they brought him up. Yet the Mets elected to sign Dwight to a one year minimum contract of $40,000. Gooden had a super year, and the tab went up. The Mets still had not learned, and they still didn't show any smarts. Gooden's agent had to threaten holdout. The Mets and Gooden final-ly agreed on a contract with a base pay figure of $285,000. With incentive clauses and advertising, Gooden could make up to $500,000 this season. That's not bad for a 20-year-old 2nd year pitcher. The problem is, the young 20-year-old pitcher is Dwight Gooden a s uper s tar already Yet the Mets only signed him to another one year contract. That was puzzling The rvtets year contract. York Mets' Dwight Gooden. "I don't think he needs Gooden is off to another Why not wish' to be him another pitch," Hernandez good season. At the rate he is stead. The 20-year-old pitcher continued. "I don't see him going, he will have a better has been in the major leagues DWIGHT GOODEN doing anything different, seaso n than last. That means barely more than a season and other than to improve on what h he already has given many A hard ctirveball and a he does throw now." e must 1 go back to the reason to predict baseball change-up. He throws 'em for He certainly doesn't need to argammg tab e and the price for him strikes, too. will go up again. Only this Improve upon his poise. In time, the price will be in the Send a copy of that book to His composure. By now, fact, it's become almost a million dollar range. Such a Cooperstown, pronto. the amazing has become given. stupi d move on the part of the "He can be as good as almost academic. A 20-year-old kid, who, in Mets was their loss and anyone who ever pitched," But it all begins with his another life, might be wonder-Gooden's gain. said j\1ets pitching coach Mel fastball. ing what he was going to maStottlemyre, who has played j'He is such an outstanding jor in-comes to the big city, LET'S GET PHYSICAL About three years ago, singer Olivia Newton-John put out a hit record called 'Let's Get Physical'. Apparently the Los Angeles takers had never heard the record until the beginning of the champion ship series. On that date, a physical Boston Celtics team blew them right out of the Boston Garden. Somewhere between Mon day and Thursday of last week, the Lakers made up their minds to get physical also The Lakers ca me out in Game Two inspired by the play of 38-year-old center Kareem Abdui-Jabbar and pushed the Celtics all over the Boston Garden. In game three, the Lakers had returned to the Forum, a place where they seldom lo se. Still quite physical the Lakers pushed the Celtics all over the floor, and in doing so returned Boston 's blowout by a score of 136-111. In Game Four at the Forum, the Celtic s came back determined to win. Neither team played that well, but the Celtics played well enough to win by a score of 107105. The series is tied at 2 apiece and Game Five is schedu l ed for Friday (tonight). Wednesday's game was quite peaceful compared to the other three games, but look for the hide and hair to fly in Game Five. To Place, Correct Or Cancel Classified Ads Call 248-1921 with such greats as Whitey power pitcher that he (S:an walks .to the mound, strikes Ford. throw to good hitters in their out 80 f:illion batters, becomes :'Even if he doesn't improve power zones and still get them famous and does not flinch any he could be one of the out," Mets first basema( over any of it. Big deal. greatest pitchers ever," Brenly Keith Hernandez said. "When "That's pretty much old hat said he's on, he's going to be tough from last year," Hernandez Last season, his rookie to hit." said. "You expect that now season, Gooden established Another teammate, Rusty "All the things a rookie his status quo with a 17-9 Staub said Gooden's fastball is goes through when he first record, a 2.60 earned run not in a speed zone by itself. f:lces people he used to admire average and 276 strikeouts in "He doesn't throw in the high was pretty much by him when 218 innings. The National 90s," Staub said. "He throws he went through the league League's rookie of the year set in the mid 90s." once," Staub said. "He realiza major league record for "but for some reason ed he could do it." number of st k t b Staub continued, "hl.tte'rs n eou s Y a Even so, Gooden was good rookie .and for average don't seem to pick it up good. from. start to finish. During strikeouts per nine innings by ... "It's one of those things the f1rst half of his rookie anyone (11.39). where you really don't undersseason, Gooden was 8-5 with a He St k t 16 tand why." rue ou m one 2.84 ERA in 17 starts and 133 game and was second in the Stottlemyre said Gooden strikeouts in 111 innings. In majors in ERA and became throws two different type s of the season's second half, he the youngest player ;o be fastball a cut fastball and was 9-4 with a 2.36 ERA in 1 4 selected to the All-Star Game that tail s ins ide. s tarts and had 143 strikeouts -wherehestruckoutthefirst Staub, however, said in107innings. three batters he faced and Gooden has three fastballs. "You don t marvel at it so on and so on. Staub thinks the simple burnStaub said. "You respect it.'" So far this season, he i s 6-3 ball should be recognized, And admire it. with a 1 .89 ERA and 75 even 1f he does not think it is in 1 f he takes care 0 f strikeouts in 76 innings. a fast lane by itself. He calls it himself," Stottlemyre said. "I Gooden, to avert any daily "the explosive one." don't know what limitation s media circuses, only speaks to Perhaps the fastballs are there can be. the press on game days, after he has spoken his usual peace on the mound. "You know what he's going to throw anyway," Brenly said. 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Tampa Athletes Of yesteryear wuA_!HAPPENED 8\' C BL \'THE ANDREWS, Ill (A Weekly Series) The Cleveland Browns of-Gene Branton: Strives To Keep A Positive Attitude With the heat ray s reachin g a cit y high of 99 degree s mos t people would like to be home s itting under the air condition ing trying to s tay cool, but Rheugne Branton wa s taking a routine jog to keep him s elf in s hape. This six f.oot, five inch, 236 pound wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers s tated the reason for his suc ces s was his attitude towards football. "Succes s is achieved by those who try, responded Branton. "I don't care if the weather is hot or cold, my will ingne s s to stay in shape for the pre-sea son is there. There is nothing to lose by trying and a great deal to gain if successful." Branton's positive attitude started with the King Lions back in 1977, and continued through his collegiate year s with Texas Southern Univer sity As he entered high school, Branton s tayed active playing football, bas ketball, and par ticipating in track. In 1978-79, Branton began to get recognition for everything he played When t.he football season started, Branton wa s playing tightend and defensive end for the Lions In his sen ior year, he made All-Western Conference and All-County at the tightend po s ition, but felt he should have also made it playing defensive end. But, the Western Conference rule is that a player can only make the team at one position. On the basketball court, Branton used his leaping abili ty and long arms to average 18 rebounds a game. Both years at King, Branton's statistics were impressive. While averaging 20 points and 18 re bounds a game1 Branton always modestly talked about the play ers he played with. His positive attitude towards his teammates and coaches always seemed to fill the air. Branton was one of those players who would listen to everything the coaches had to tell him. "I think a talented athlete s hould never think he is too good to listen Most profes sional coaches are looking for athletes who will listen, learn YES! We Can Solve Your Plumbing Problems! 10% Discount Off All Service Repair Service Remodeling New Installations MICHAEL R. REEVES Electric Sewer And Drain Cleaning For All Your Plumbing Needil Call REEVES PLUMBING COMPANY GoodThruJuly30th 238-4348 #CF25588 and execute the plays, Branton. During track s ea son, Branton long jumped 24 feet, and cleared the bar in the high jump at 6'8". After graduation Branton accepted a football scholar s hip from Texas Southern University. His freshman year ; Branton started playing wide receiver. Running the 40 yard dash in 4.4 seconds Branton's quickness was too much for his defenders. The next two years, Branton was plagued with an injury. He finally came around his senior year against Jackson State, catching lO passes for 200 yards and thr.ee: touchdowns. That same year, Branton voted the Most Valuable Player on the offen sive teain. He was drafted in the sixth round by the San Francisco 49'ers, but was traded to the Buccaneers for a fourth round draft_ pick. Currently, Branton will be entering his third year with the Buccaneers His positi:ve at titude to become a full-time starter is very high. "I know one day my chance will come," explained Bran ton. "And when it does, I will be ready." Tampa Bay Baseball League RESULTS JUNE 2 Tampa Astros, 10Tampa Lasers, 7. Bradenton, 10 -Tampa Yankees, 13. Tampa Tigers, 1 -St Petersburg, 13. Plant City, 11 Tampa Giants, 5. Tampa Lookouts, 5 -Brandon Blazers, 0. The Doctor's In No appointment necessary. M.D. on duty. X-ray and lab. 2810 W Buffalo Ave_.. Tampa 877 8"'50 acr oss I rom S t. Joseph s H ospital "t 13210 North JOth St.. Tampa 977-2777 n orth or V A Ho s p ital 206 [.Brandon Blvd .. Brandon 681-5 5 71 2600 U S Hwy 19 North across h o m C ountrysid e M all 799-2727 ficials stated the reason for waiving White was to make Dwight Gooden has struck out 101 batters to lead the league in strikeouts. Tuesday night, Gooden outdueled Fernando Valenzuela, who beat him 6-5 in New York on May 25. room for the new talents of .:"' Florida State runningback Greg Allen and Kevin Mack from the Los Angeles Express. Gooden, 8-3, struck out 12 and walked two to complete his fifth game of the season. The New York Mets beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 off of Ray Knights' homerun and Rafael Santana's run-scoring single. Gooden also had three hits and one RBI to help with the victory. ,.,.,. King High's outfielder Chico Singletary was drafted in the fourth round by the St. Louis Cardinals. Charles White, the Southern Cal runningback who won the Heisman trophy in 1979, was put on waivers by the Wednesday night, Boston Celtics guard Dennis Juhnson hit a lasf second jumper to give Boston a 107-105 win to even the NBA Campionship series at two games apiece. Led by Kevin McHale's 28 points, Dennis Johnson's 27 points, and Larry Bird's 26, the Boston Celtics will play Game 5 Friday nigh in Los Angeles starting at 9 Last night, undisputed light heavyweight champion Michael Spinks (27-0-16) stop ped Jim McDonald in the 6th round of their scheduled 12 rounder. NAACP freedom fund Dinner friday, June _14 7 P.M. .Holiday Inn-Airport 4.500 W. Cypress Guest Speaker: REV. JULIUS HOPE The Dinner Will Be Sponsored By The Tampa Branch NAACP And The President, Bob Gilder, Invites Friends And Supporters Of The NAACP To Attend. Awards Will Be Given To Citizens For Their Outstanaing Services To The Community: Commissioners E. 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che Yvonne Spotford Carolyn of Tampa; 1 brother Mr. :! Williams, Gloria Lovett, Sylvester Lolley of Newark, Yvonne Green Marion EdN J 1 h M J J o( nep ew, r. ess1e ward, Erma President, Lolley of Detroit, Mich., and Rhudine and Leona Spotford; a host of other sorrowing 4 s isters-in-law Mrs. Rhody relatives and devoted friends Spotford, Mrs. Bessie Spotamong whom are: Mr. and ford and Mrs. Audrey SpotMrs. Manuel Wilder, Mr. and ford, all of Tampa, and Mrs Mrs. James Bates, Ms. Mae, Uaniels, Bobby Bradley, Vic tor Bassett, Ralph Anderson, Haywood Davit Marty Buckley, Michael Jones, Rocky .Vann, David Baldwin, Mrs. Lottie Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williamson, the Knott, Bell and Miller families, Eric Jackson, and a host .. of cousins and many mort devoted friends. The re mains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 7 to 9 P.M. this evening and at the Church from 9 A.M. on Saturday. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 to 9 P.M. thi s evening. THERE WILL BE NO VIEW INC AFTER THE EULOGY. The funeral cortege will ar from 5832 Hammond Ur. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME." Nettie Spotford of Miami, FL; Mr. and Mims; and 10 other relatives are: Marylene stepchildren. The remains will Jenkins, Zeka Collier, Mrs. repose .at the RAy Roberta Scott, Mrs. Mae Hill, WILLIAMS MEMORIAL Mr. A. Bert Williams, Mrs. CHAPEL after 5 P.M. FriLucille Walker, Mr. Bud day. THE FAMILY WILL Scott, Mrs Thelo Devore and RECEIVE FRIENDS AT Mrs. Carol Grant; many JOSHUA BALDWIN THE CHAPEL FROM 7-8 friends, among whom are: Mr. p.M. FRIDAY. Arrangements David Roberts, special friend, Master Joshua Baldwin, entrusted to BRYANT & Mrs. Joyce jones, and many 1110 Chestnut St., passed WILLIAMS (Ray Williams other relatives and friends. away June 5. Funeral services Funeral The remains will repose at will be conducted Saturday at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel 10 A.M. from the RAY from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. WILLIAMS FUNERAL lhe family will receive friends CHAPEL with Elder Joseph at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. Jefferson, Jr., officiating. En' \' this evening. THERE WILL tombment will follow in the MR. VERGIL (VERGE) VAN LLOYD, SR. BE NO VIEWING AFTER Memorial Park Cemetery. THE EULOGY. The funeral Joshua was a native Tampan. cortege' will arrange from 2010 Survivors include: his mother, Funeral services for the late Mr. Vergil (Verge) Van Lloyd, Sr., of 5832 Hammond Dr. ho wa s killed in a colli s ion Friday evening, will be held E. Lake Ave. #550. "AIKENS Jennifer Baldwin; I sister, FUNERAL HOME." Christina; maternal grand turday June 8, at II A.M. at the Highland Ave Church of Chris t, 2800 N. Highland, with Bro. Johnny Daniel s of Irvin Ave. Church of Christ in Sl. Petersburg, H offidating. Interment will be in the Shady Grove Mr. Lloyd was a native of Ta .npa. He wb as previously an """L ./' achve mem er of Highland Ave. Church of Chri s t. He at-EARL SPOTFORD NORMAN WILLIAMS tended the schools of uneral service s for Mr. Funeral services for Mr> Hillsborough and was Earl Spotford, of 2010 E. Norman (Do Hickey) a track star at Brandon Senior Lake Ave. #550, who pa s sed Williams, 'of 2604 25th Ave. High School. He was an away Wednesday, May 29th, who passed away, Monday, employee of Bay Mexican will be held Saturday, June June 3rd, will be held Satur-Food, Inc. Survivors are: in8th, at 1:00 P.M. at Aikens day, June 8th, at II A.M. at fant son, Vergil Van Lloyd, Funeral Home Chapel with a Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Jr. ; fiant:e, Vivian Knott; local Minister, officiating. Inwith Rev. E. Manning, ofparent s Mr. Newlon Llo}d ferment will be in the Shady ficiating. Interment will be in and M s Shirley Lloyd; 2 Grove Cemetery. Mr. S potthe Memorial Park Cemetery. sis ter s Ms. Valerie Mt: Ciain ford was a native of Tampa. Mr. William s wa s a native of and Ms. Adriane Lloyd of He was of the Methodi s t faith. Gainesville, Florida and a resi-Tanipa; 2 brother s PVT. He attended the public s chool s dent of Tampa for over 40 Sidney B d of Ft. Polk, of Hillsborough County Mr. y ears. He leave s to cheri s h his LA and Nil'kola s Lloyd of S pot ford wa s a former resi-memory: a devoted s ister, Tampa; maternal granddent of the Roble s Pond C omMrs. Flossie Mutch e rs on of mothtr, Ms. Annie Lee of munity. He was manager of Tampa; 5 nephew s C.L. BenMiami; 2 neph ews, Ray and Jim Dandy Feed Company for nett and wife, Vera Jordan Richard; I niece, N akia; man y years. He was a veteran Mutcher s on and wife, Mary, auny;. Mr s. Annie S mith and of World War II. He leave s to Ollie Mutcher s on and wife, husband, Mr s. Os sie r emember his homcgoing: Ollie Mac, Cornelui s Mutl hcrRolle Mr s Gertrude McKcnman y caring, lo v ing and s on and wife, Willie Mac, and zie, Mrs Doris Rolle, and M s de v oted famil y members and S ammie Mutcher s on and wife, Beulah Llo yd, all of the friend s among whom are: There s a; 5 niece s Rub y Cutler mother, Mrs. Redesta Baldwin; grandfather, Mr. Donald Baldwin and wife Ida Mae; 5 aunt s Sharon, Cynthia and Sherri Baldwin, Shernita and Dena McCall; 2 uncles, Donald and Denni s Baldwin; 4 cousin s Donald Baldwin, Jr., Andre Felder, Jr., Jequila Troupe and Anthony Baldwin and a ho s t of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends, including the Munn and Baldwin families. The remains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Fri day. The funeral cortege will form at 1543 Green Street. Ar rangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Ho' me). Bahama s M s Bett y Lomax, Mr s Shirle y Carr Johns on and hu s band James Annie MR. MANCE LOLLEY Mrs Gail Witherspoon and and Mr. John Collier; I Ruth Lawrence and hu s band, Mr. Mance Lolley, 4222 Ms. Beverly McDowell of daughter, Mrs. Erma Jean E dGrady, Eloi s e S cott and hu s Grace Street, passed away JAMES WARREN, SR. Mr. James A. "Red Hat Warren, Sr., 2332 Main Street, passed away June 1, in a local hospital. Funeral ser vices will be conducted Satur day at 1 P.M. from the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL with th.e Rev. Robert E. Reese, officiating. Entombment will follow in the Memorial Park Cemetery. A native of Tallahassee, Florida, Mr. Warren was a resident of Tampa most of his life. He was a retired employee of the International Longshoremen's Associaton, Local 1402, Mr. Perry Harvey, Jr. President. Survivors include: his devoted wife, Jennie V., 5 sons, James Jr., Bernard, David, Alphon so, and Douglas; 1 daughter, Mary; 3 daughters-in-law, Ernestine, Mary and Connie; one son-in-law, Robert; 17 grandchildren; 12 great grand children; 2 cousins, Beulah and Rosa, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The remains will repos e at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P M. Fri day. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS AT THE CHAPEL FROM 8 9 P.M. FRIDAY. Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). OAK HILL Miami, Mrs. Joyce Milsap of. wards; 6 grandchildren, band, Cleveland. Geneva NorMay 31, at his residence. MI. Dora, FL, Mr s Dorothy Rawn, Kim, Darryl and man and husband, Earne s t, Funeral services will be con-ELLA MAE BADGER Wheeler and husband of Chevon Goodwin, all of Tam-and Eunice Bennett and husdueled Saturday at 2:30 p.M. Newark, N.J. and Mrs. pa, Sharon Knighton and hu s band, Frank; a devoted friend, from the Mt. Tabor M : B. Funeral services for Ms. Mildred Carter of band, Michael of Mr. John Mathi s ; and a host Church, 2606 W. Grace St., Ella Mae Badger, of 208 E. Philadelphia, PA; uncle s Mr. Philadelphia, PA, and Brian of other nieces, nephews, with the Pastor, Rev. T.J .. Frances, who passed away Edwin Lloyd of Tampa, FL, Goodwin of Philadelphia, P A; other relatives and friends. James, officiating. EntombThursday May 30, will be Mr. Ben Lomax of New York 4 great grandchildren, Chares e The remains will repo s e at ment will follow in the Shady held Saturday, June 8, at 1 City, Mr. Willie J. Calhoun and Telcia Green, both of Aikens Funeral Home Chapel Grove Cemetery. A native of P.M. at Mt. Pleasant M.B. and wife, Alice of Miami, Mr. Tampa, and Carmen and from S to P.M. this evening. Enterprise, Ala., Mr. Lolley Church with the Pastor, Rev. Cecil Lloyd and wife, Geneva, Michael Knighton, both of The funeral cortege will arwas a longtime resident of C.T. Kirkland, officiating. InMr. King Lloyd and wife, Philadelphia, PA; other range from 2617-25th Ave. Tampa. He was a retired terment will be in the II) f(1 = -; !!.. I = = I'D -; = Cll =Q. > = Q. "" = Q -=-trl Q. -o = Cll Evelyn, and Mr. Ra mond relatives are: Odean .Johnson, "A I KENS FUNERAL Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. J -employee of the Florida Lloyd and wife, Annie, all of Jr., Diann E. Garrett, Simar-HOME." Portland Cement Company. Badger was a native of Tam"0 Nassau, Bahamas; great tha, Sherry and Iri s Johnson, 248-1921 Survivors include: a devoted pa. She attended school in aunts, Mrs. Bernice Lee all of Tampa, Walter Jr., wife, Mrs. Edna Lolley; 2 Hillsborough County. SurRobin s on of Tampa and Ms. Charles, Herbert and George sons, Mr. Raymond M. Lolley vivors are: devoted mother, ...., Doroth y Burgess of Haims Ci S pofford of Rot hester, N.y.. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME and fiance, A ron B. Shaw of Mrs. Frances Badger; grand:; ty; great uncles, Mr. Louis James and Walter Spotford ot Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. mother, Mrs. Louis Rhett; 1 Tampa and Judge T. Cook of of Lakeland and Mr Tampa, Nathaniel and Eugene 232-8725 Los Angele s C alif., I stepsister, Ms. Yvette Badger; 3 ...., Eddie Holmes and wife, Pearl Dennard, Willie Carr of son, Mr. George Payne and brothers, Paul, Michale and of Haines friends, Portland, on, Howard We're The Key To wife of Boston, Mass.; 1 Abrahama Badger; aunts, among whom arc: Mirhael S pofford, Gloria RlanFine Service sister, Mrs. Savannah Mincey (Continued On Page 22-A) .. ---------------------------------..


.................... ........ .......... .. .... .. ,... evening at the Funeral Home. thony Washington, Jr. and Funeral cortege will leave wife, Carol of Plant City, from 3010 E. Shadowlawn. Samuel Bolton of Tampa and PUGHSLEY FUNERAL Reginald Bolton and wife, HOME in charge. Cecelia of Tampa; 2 step (Continued From Page 11-A) Mrs. Yvonne Mathis and hus band, James, Ms. Pearl Har ris, Ms. Lydia Gilchnist, Ms. Brenda McGibb, Ms. Maggie Smith; undes, Mr: Harold Harris and wife, Lydia, Mr. Ulysees Joe Harris, and other aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces and cousins, and very devoted and precious friends and the d octors and staff on the eight floor at St. ,J.oseph Hospital. The remaiDs will repose at Oak Hills Funeral Home Chapel after 5 P.M. today. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 8-9 P.M. The funeral cortege wiD arrange from 1941 Arch Street. OAK HILlS FUNERAL HOME, 5016 North llnd Street. MR. SAM COFIELD Funeral services for Mr. Sam Cofield, of 1414 Arm wood St., who passed away May 29, will be held Saturday, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and frieads. The family wil.. friends at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening. The funeral cor tege will arrange from 5608 Charles Dr. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME, 5016 North. 22nd Street. PUGHSLEY WILSON'S MR. CHARLEY H. HOLMES Funeral services for Mr. June 8, at Oak Hills Funeral 1.;1 Chapel, at 11 A.M. with Rev. RALPH KEN<>N Funeral services for Mr. Charley H. Holmes of 6801 E. Ida, who passed away in a 14)Ca) nursing home, will be held Monday, June 10 at 11 A.M. from the Wilson's Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Williams, pastor of Greater Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church, officiating. Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mr. Holmes was a member of Greater Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church, and a retired custo dian. He is survived by: a devoted wife, Mrs. Mary Holmes; 1 son, Sgt. Richard Holmes, U.S. Air Force, and wife, Fonda; 2 daughters, Mrs. Norma Jean Rouse and husband, Eddie Lee, Apopka, FL, Mrs. Estella Breedlove, OrlaQdo, FL, a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren; 1 sister, Mrs. Velma Reynolds, Jax., FL, a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home Chapel after 5 P.M. Sunday. A WILSON'S SERVICE." I Saul N. Nickerson, ofRalph Kenon of 2205-31nd Aven11e, Apt. 355, who passed away Wednesday, will be held Saturday at 1:00 P.M. from Pughsley Cathedral with the Rev. H.C. Wilkes, officiating. Interment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Mr. Ken on was a native of Quincy, Florida and has resided in Tampa for over 15 years. He was a retired employee of the U.S. Phosphoric Products Inc., known as Cities Service Company Inc., and was a veteran of the U.S. Army Korean Conflict. Mr. Kenon leaves to mourn his demise: wife, Mrs. Matilda Kenon; children, Ralph, Jr., Dale and Vandolyn; parents, Mr. and Mrs. James (Aicania) Kenon, Quincy, Fla; 4 sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Kilpatrick and hus band, Edward, Mrs. Bowden, Mrs. Nancy Wilhams and husband, Thomas, Quin cy, Fla. and Mrs. Christine ficiatino, Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. "= Survivors are: a very devoted 1:1 niece, Mrs. Mary Richardson, and grandnieces and nephews. rl A host of other relatives and :I friends. The family will receive friends at the Chapel on Frit day from 7 to 8 P.M. The fune r al cortege will arrange "" from 2511 Caracas. OAK HILI.S FUNERAL HOME, lJ 5016 North llnd Street. ::s :I 1:1 1:1 1:1 MR F REDDIE DUKES House and husband, Ar. Fune r a l services for Mr. duster, Quincy, Fla; 2 Freddi e I Dukes, 1515 Union brothers, Mr. Jesse Kenon and Stree t ;1)9, who passed away wife, Johnnie Mae, Jamaica, Wed r :.y June 5th, will be N.Y. and Mr; James Kenon, held r day, June 8th at 2 Jr. and wife, Emma, Pelham, P.M. ,.; Oak Hills Funeral N.y.; J aunts, Mrs. Hanna Home Chapel, with the Surc;y,. Bnidenton, F la. Mrs. Pa s t o r l{; v. Saul N. Thelma Kenon, Lake City, Family Notice ,.. MR. JAMES JACKSON LLOYD s on oHic h ting. Interment will Fla. Mrs. Agnes KenQn, Funeral services for Mr be in t!"' Memorial Park J'la.; 2 uncles ; Mr. James Jackson Lloyd, 203 N : Ceme ter v Survivors are: a Gary Butler, Orlando, Fla. Harold Ave. Tampa, who devoted wife, Elizabeth and Mr Frederick Butler, away June 4.. will be Dukes; dH; g hters, Mrs. FredOrlando, Fht; a host of. held Saturday, June j 8, at 1 die S m i ,, ;.md husband, Ben, nieces, nephews, cousins, 2 P.M. at First Baptist Church. and B e v er\, Lewis of Tampa; ; sisters-in-law Ms. of Lincoln Gardens, with tlie son s, L u n d y and Steve Dukes; Houser and Ms. Margante Pastor, Rev. Jobn A. sisters, Rus a Lee Perry and Weldon; : 4 brothers-in-law, Stephens, officiating. InterSteel of Ohio, and Mr. Willie Harris, Mr. ment will be in the Memorial of Mich.; grandchildren, Winifred Harris, Mr. George Park Cemetery. Mr. Lloyd wa Veronica, Thelonious, Ralph Harris and Mr Goldie a native of Live Oak, FL. and Vennita and Channon Harris; devoted friends among a resident of Tampa for many Ronald, Tracy, Jassica who are: Mr. J C. Floyd and years. He was an employee of Malt hews Lewis; family and Mr. Leonard Beale Washington Funeral Chapel, hews, Rev. Willie Lee and other relatives and Plant City. Survivors are: a ..... u .. "''" Jame s and wife, Betty friends. The remains will lie in loving wife, Doris Lloyd; 1 Ern est, Roy' Cyde state at Pughsley Cathedral son, Randy Lloyd ofTampa; 3 Mary, after 5 P.M. Friday (today). daughters, Edna Lloyd, Gloria ,. ._ .. ... ,_ Dukes The family will receive friends J. and Jeannie i daughters, Karen Johnson and husband, Jesse and Glenitha and husband, Walter, all of Tampa; 1 sister, Lucille Reed of Live Oak; 2 brothers, Dar rell Scurry and wife, Ada of Live Oak, and Herman Lee Jackson and wife, Esther of Tampa; a devoted "Mother Like'' cousin, Louise Mitchell and husband, Collie of Tam pa; 1 sister-in-law, Earline Person of Tampa; 2 brothers in law, John Bolton and Elco Bolton, Jr. of Tampa; 6 grandchildren 14 step grand children and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at WASHINGTON FUNERAL CHAPEL from 5 to 9 P.M. Friday and the Church Saturday, 10 A.M. to funeral time. The funeral cor tege will arrange from 3803 Palmetto St., Tampa, Fla. "A SERVICE BY WASHINGTON FUNERAL CHAPEL," Plant City, Fla. IN MEMORIAM MRS. SUSIE JONES Precious memories, how they linger, how they ever flood our hearts. Though you aren't with us today, we rest assured that you're in your home of a uncloudy day. For you declared just before you heeded the Masters call, it is well with my soul. Only God knows how great the miss. Humbly submitted: Ethel, Bill, and family. FUNIRALS IY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Roy W illi ams Funeral Home 1417 N. Albany Ave. 2.53 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" In memory of our dear son and brother, (little Rich and Bro), Willis Richardson who passed in Allentown, Pa. June 2, 1982. But you are still with us everyday. You'll never be forgotten by your family; mother, Mrs. Ernestine Richardson; father, Mr. William Richardson and the rest of the family and friends. Love. IN MEMORli\M In loving memory of my mother, Carrie M. Kyler who departed this life four years ago, June 8, 1981. Your memory is my keepsake with which I will never part. God had you in his keeping and I have you in my heart. I miss you very much. Sadly missed by your daughter, Delpine Gambrell. (Continued On Page 13-A) 248-1921 SHADY GROVE FUNERAl. HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Uurial For $705 Atltl l'nr srn it'ts un Salurand atld .) HHl l'ur all str v it 't. s al'lrr] p.m. CH. ARLES RELIFORD .. O,wncr iEutrlasting :!ltmnrial BRONZE 3601 Swann Ave.Crest Building Tampa, Florida 33609 BRONZE-GRANITE-MARBLE NO CHARGE (Bronze) BRONZE COMPANION LETTERING SINGLE 36x 13 DATES 24x 12 $950 WORD $650 PHRASE GRANITE EMBLEMS .FREE MEMORIALS FREE BROCHURE FROM INSTALLATION ON $395 IN All CEMETERIES REQUEST Tinns 873-2156 Call Today


...................................................................................... IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS IN APPRECIATION S In loving memory of Miss Joann Bur-Dett, who passed June 3, 1982. Three years has passed, but the love we have for you will never pa!!s, we love you. Sadly missed by: mother, Mrs. Clara Mae Burnett, brothers, and the Burnett and Lucas families In memory of our love one, Mrs. Betty Jean Albury, who departed this life June 3, 1975. Gone, but not forgotten. Deeply and sadly missed by: your family: mother, Mrs. Ruby Dugar; father, Mr. Thomas Ransome; sisters, brothers and children. Deloris The Florist 5808 N. 40th St. 237 4472 Complete Wedding Package For Only $300 Includes: Arches, Kneeling Benches, Can:. delabras, Altar Flowers, Plant Stands, Bridal Bouquets And Total Wedding Flowers. NO LIMIT ON FLOWERS. Wedding Dresse s Bought, Sold and Rented On Consignment Onl y. Complete Funerol Service Avolloble Best Wishes Grads We're Proud Of You Shady Grove FunerGI Home Located At 2305 N. Nebraska Ave. Near Columbus Drive In memory of Mother Annie Hunt, who passed away June 10, 1964. Sadly missed by daughter, Rallene Gilbert, grand children, and sister. IN MEMORIAM In memory of our dear hus band and father, Rossie Holmes. Ten years ago you left us, June 6. Oh, how we miss your smiling face. Sleep on and. take your rest, we love you, but God loves you best. Your wile, Frances Holmes; son and daughters, daughter in-law, grands and sisters-in law, other members of the family and friends. CARD OF THANKS The family of the Late Mrs. Eloyce Ferrell .Combs, Tallahassee, Fla. is deeply grateful for the many acts of kindness extended to them during their hour of bereave ment Rowena F. Brady and faml ly. CHARLES RELIFORD .... Owner IS ONE OF TAMPA'S FINEST AND LUXURY FUNERAL HOMES, "WHERE SERVICE IS A TRADITION." SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME OFFERS THE FINEST IN SERVICE, BEAUTY AND ELEGANCE. I'M ASKING THE, FAMILIES OF TAMPA TO TRUST ME AND GIVE ME A CHANCE TO SERVE YOUR FAMILY, IN THEIR TIME OF NEED. FOR YOUR PRE-NEED FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS, GIVE CHARLES RELJFORD A CALL AT .SHADY GROVE, 626-2332. REMEMBER, THE COST OF DYING ISN'T TOO HIGH YOU'VE JUST BEEN PAYING TOO MUCH!! The family of the late Robert L. Cayne, Jr. wishes to express gratitude to the many friends and acquaintances for your thoughtfulness and ex pressions of sympathy and ;-.I love during our hour of sorThe family of the late Mrs. Alice Lane wishes to e xpress sincere and deep appreciation for prayers, flowers, food, telegrams, condolences, and other acts of kindness shown to them during their hour of sorrow. row. We feel that your presence, prayers, words of consolation and many kind acts seen and unseen have been the tower of strength needed to sustain us through this ordeal. Special thanks to Rev. Lowry, the Young Matrons of Beulah, the A. Leon Lowry Club and the : Beulah family for their christian love and prayerful support. You are loving and compassionate. God bless you. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Clarissa J. Thompson, mother. The family of the late JeSsie Arnold Salter ishes to ex press our sincere thanks for the many acts of kindness shown during our los s. Special thanks to Elder E. Newkirk, choir, ushers and Deacon Board of St. John Baptist Church, Elder C. Warren and Mt. Moriah P .B. Church family, Elder C.J. Long and First Union M.B. Church family, Lady Ruth Chapter #61, O.E.S., International Masons and Stars, Isis and Sphinx, Lillie M. Curry Nurses Guild, U.S.F. Custo dians, Nurse Betty Snell, Aikens Funeral Home, our neighbors and many friends. The Salter, Haymon and Hart families. PLEASANT CHAPEL A.M.E. CHURCH Rev. S.C. Lawson Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M./ Morning Worship, 11 A M. Tuesday Class Meeting 7:30P.M. PUGHSI.EY 'UNERAI. HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As InexpensiVe As Desired PHONES : 247 -3151 or 247 3152 WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service Phone: 241-6125 hone Your News 248-192 Try Our GARLIC & PARSLEY WITH ALOE TABLETS "THEY REALLY WORK RELIEF FOR "HIGH BLOOD. PRESSURE" SUGAR arthritis Amazing new method ends pain FEEL GREAT AGAIN! No DRUGS ... CAN BE TAKEN WITH ANY OTHER MEDIC A TION AMAZING NEW TABLET THAT COULD CURE ARTHRITIS. AND HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, TRY THEM! CALL 237-1575 ALOE HEALTH CENTER CALL CALVIN HOPKINS FOR THE BEST MOVE YOU'LL EVER -MAKE. OFC. (813) 877-6771 WATTS LINE (800) 841-0021 EVES. 248-6197 l!lX: i R!'al Estate Corporation as trustt'P for tht :\AE and t r a d r mark s Rtal F:statr Corporation Equal Housin!( Opportunit1 Gl = :r I = = -nl :;-= ="' rll =c. > = c. "'!j .. I = 0 =-0 = rll EACH OFFICE I S INDEPENDENTLY TED.


........................ ..... .. .. .. .. CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLA. SSIFiED .... ...... HELP WANTt.:u HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HRI,P WANTED FOR SAT.F. ;::1. .., > < Q II. r::: Need Hairdresser and Experienced cleaning per-Barber with experience.' sonnet wanted part-time and 621-1175. full-time. Call between 3-5 1-----------t P.M. 239-1452. HAIRDRESSERS WANTEDll Need not have following. NEW BEAUTY SALON NOW OPENl Contact Hair Dazzlers Beauty Salon. 237-8923. Needs Hairstylists for booth 1-------------t rental. Call 247-2425, 10 a.m. Experienced laundry presser 3 p.m. t Experienced Auto Mechanic with Tools. 247-7043, ask for Lou. AVON Call now for sales position full or part-time. Will train. Jackson Heights, Belmont Heights and College Hill. 238-8128. 50 NEW JOBS OPENINGS CLERICAL HOUSEKEEPERS SALES SALAD PREP COOKS CASHIERS TELLERS Permanent, Full-time jobs. VETERANS VA. No Money Down. No Closing Cost. Fast Occupan cy. Free Information. Call Walt Brewer Realty, 933-6621. 3 BR/1 bath home, good condition, 2 years old. Call Cora Martin, 223-5214 or 237-1866. Bay Area Managers, Inc. with experience in blue jeans and laundry shirts. Apply: ; 3209 E. Hillsborough Avenue. For AFDC Recipients Only. tliiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiii1 Call immediately. Progress Village. 2 bedroom F.E.P.A.R. with additional roo11_1, can be Become A 1 SELL AVON I Good $$$. No experience necessary, Jackson Heights, Belmont Heights and College Hills areas. Call Manager, Pat bibkey,Female & Male Dancers wanted to star in male revue. Call the New Lounge 224-0037. 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. SENIOR ACCOUNTANT (HCC) Supervisory professional work in accounting & fiscal control, methods & pro cedures. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with major course work in accounting & 3 y rs. expr. in accounting work, i n cluding 1 year in governmen 1 acctg. (or equivalency). Salary range: $15,253 to $ 21,459. (Excellent benefits). pplication Deadline: June ; 2, 1985. For application, call ersonal Office, (879-7222, xt. 230) or send letter & esume to: Director of Personnel HILLSBOROUGH COMMUNIT:V COLLEGE P.O. Box 22127 Tampa, FL 33630 EOE/M-F Firefighter With The City Of Tampa The Pay Is Outst!]nding: $17,062.24/Per -Year Hillsborough Community College Provides A Fire Science Course Which Will Enhance Your Ability To Become A Firefighter. For More Information, Call: Paris Jl on Lockette City Of TGmf'a EEO High School Graduates and College Students with some typing skills ore needed. Applications considered on a first come first served basis. For More Information Call: 223-8192 fEO OHice, City of Tampa 306 f. Jaclcson Street 7th Floor North TIRED OF UNEMPLOYMENT? GIVE US A TRY! -WE CAN SOlVE YOUR EMPlOYMENT PROBlEMS WITH A FREE l 2-WEEK TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGNED TO TEACH YOU HOW TO START AND OPERATE YOUR OWN SMAll BUSINESS. YOU COUlD BE IN BUSINESS IN 12 WEEKS. All YOU NEED IS A SKill OR A GOOD BUSINESS IDEA OUR TRAINING PROGRAM Will DO THE REST INClUDING ASSISTANCE IN STARTING YOUR BUSINESS. TO QUAliFY, YOU MUST BE 21 OR OlDER, A RESIDENT OF HillSBOROUGH COUNTY AND lONG-TERM UNEMPlOYED OR A VICTIM OF A lAY-OFF OR TERMINATION. CONTACT: STIA SYSTEMS ASSOCIATES 7402 N. 56th Street, Bldg. 900 Suite 907 Tampa, Florida 33617 (813)989-1 096 & THIS PROGRAM IS FUNDED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. ___ ""'1 made third bedroom. Corner FINANCIAL lot. Fenced-in yard. Central INTERVIEWER air/heat. Low down payment. Requires High School or 681-7166, nights; 238-8814, Equivalent plus 3 yrs. office days. experience in a medical set1--0-n-ly-$-39-,-000-.-N-o_q_u_a_lf-y-... ting. Typing 35 wpm. Position ing. Owner financing. 2 BR, involves person and telephone large kitchen. Income proper interviews, light typing. Prefer ty in rear. 1821 15th Ave. Call 3rd party knowledge of Bi238-9283, between 5:00 and lingual (Spanish/English) 8 00 h : p.m. helpful. Apply: Hillsboroug 1-------------Community Mental Health PROGRESS VILLAGE Center, 5707 N. 22nd Street, BEAUTIFULLY Tamp&, FL. 33610. REMODELED EOE 3 bedroom s 1 bath, stucco 1--R-E_C_R_E_A_T-IO_N_T_H_E_R_A_P_I_S_T--t cement block, new roof. DIRECTOR VA-$0 down, FHA $1500 To run useful inmate indown, $395 / month. $37,400. stitution recreation program. _______ -ll A Bachelors degree w /major HOUSE FOR SALE in recreation or physical Large corner lot, 3 education and 2 yrs. profes-bedrooms/2 baths. In ground sional exp. in conducting in-pool, and much more. stitutional recreational activiRivergrove Drive. 238-4333. ty. Minimum salary $15,821 annually depending upon experience. Submit a completed State of Florida application and resume to: Personnel Dept., VACANT LOT Size 53 x 117. Quiet neighborhood. Call Cora Mar tin, 223-5214 or 237-1866. Bay Area Managers, Inc. Hillsborough Correctional In1-----------stitution, P.O. Box 878, Riverview, FL 33569. EOE/AA Spacious 3 bedroom/2 bath frame house. Remodeled, enclosed porch,. new carpet, t-----------"1 throughout. 3405 Environmental Specialist II $18,741 yr. College degree major course work in physical sciences plus 2 yrs. exp. in environmental con trol program. Apply by 3:00 p.m., Fri., June 14. Environmental Scientist I $17,826 yr. College degree major course work in chemistry, physics or biology. Apply by 3:00p.m. Fri., June 14. Hillsborough County civil Service 925 Twiggs Tampa, FL 33602 EOE Avenue. $54,000terms. Call 237-1747, after 5 p.m. GREAT LOCATION 3 BR's, Cent. H/ A, inside laundry room fncd. yd. A great buy at $39,200. Call for details. 237-1625. SUN BELT REALTY As.soc. Inc., Realtor FHA 235 GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM New homes with starting prices as low as $38,500. Down payment as low as $1,200, monthly payments ap prox. $266. For more informa tion call: HERB FISHER REALTY B79-1933 Southeast Bank .. ... :llfl\\ Southeast FllallCial Services Group MORTGAGE/COMMERCIAL LOAN PROCESSOR Position requires 1 year experience processing Commercial & Mortgage loans Good telephone, typing & calculator skills Must be detail oriented, good follow-up with knowl edge of general ledger and R/E documents. Southeast offers good salaries & benefits. Apply 411 N. Morgan Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer


CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT... a FOR S FOR ... r11.."." FOR SALE MI MISCELLANEOUS THOMAS C. HILLS SHINE BRITE "How To Start And i LOW AS $200/DOWN If you are overcrowded or being displaced, you may qualify. Permanent income re quired. LEVER REAL ESTATE, 626-6689. LOTS FOR SALE Priced Right. Convenient in good neighborhoods. $1,000 down, owner finance or will build to suit. Call Herman Bradley, 248-6111, ofc.; even ings, 248-6256. TOM P. MARTINO Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. A TTENTION:INVESTORS 3 BR/1 B, 2 story home with extra lot, fireplace, large-front porch, 2 car garage. Great ren tal potential. Seller will finance with $10,000 down. Call Sue, day, 237-1625; eves. 221-2582. SUN BELT REALTY ASSOCIATE, INC. REALTOR YBOR CITY 3015 N. Sanchez Large 4 BR house, large kit chen, wide hallways, 1 bath, carpet, ceiling fan, $390 month plus $150 deposit fee (includes water and garbage), 1 year lease. 886-1954 or 988-2114. FORECLOSURES CONSTRUCTION AND Professional hair weaving Operate Your Own Profitable 3 BR/ 1 bath, concrete Real Estate and naiJ designs. Personal ser Business At Home". This in....... block, asking $31,000, $300 Local Member of vice. Call Sunshine, 935-7315. credible book is complete. down. Tampa MLS Thrift Sale. Bargains galore. Send for yours today. $20.00 2 BR/ 1 bath, asking Call our professionals for a S (money orders only). $42 500 $500 d Fri., Sat., and un. own. FREE Market Analysis. Don't To. B. Bell Everything for house and PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS 4803 Nebraska Ave. 237-6415 OUT THE RENT COLLECTOR Ten minutes to downtown Tampa. You'll fall in love with this home. Sunken living room with fireplace, 211, new room, chain-linked fence. NEW LISTINGS YOU HAVE FIRST CHANCE Stunning departure from the ordinary and conviently located to most everything. Home has old-fashioned charm and value with comfor table surrounding. Fireplace, CH/ A, 3/1, oversized kitchen. See these homes before there sold. Call Margie McMillan, Realtor /Broker. GULFCORP REALTY, INC. 933-9757. undersell your home. New family apparel. Corner CenP.O. Box 11665 financing available at below tral and Adalee. In front of Tampa, FL 33680 market rates. Allow 2 to 4 weeks for Robles Lake. 3 BR home, corner lot, t------------""'-"1 delivery. Carver City. Owner motivated We Buy Land. Any Area t------------'"11 needs quick sale. Call Mrs. Call Herman, 248-6111 or Debt Consolidation Services Brown, eves. 248-1172. eves. 248-6256. up to $10,000. No Co-signers. 3/1 Y2 beautiful house in Tom P. Martino No Credit Checks. Details: lovely locati&n. Owner Inc. Realtor Send one stamp to, SOWH, transferring. Call Loretta, 2018 E. 7th Ave. Box 397, Mulberry, FL. 621-2021, eves. 237-1855. 248-6111 33860. Beautiful 2 bedroom/2 bath __ home on over-sized corner lot. Residential and commercial EST A BLISH Must see to appreciate. Call loans on homes. Let us help CREDIT and make offer. Loretta, solve your financing proGet Credit Cards. Get low621-2021; eves. 237-1855. blems. interest loans. Details: Send 5118 N. 56th St. W.R. BERRYHILL one stamp t., SOWH, Box Suite 111 Lie. Mtg. Broker 397, Mulberry FL 33860. 621-2021 248 8014 MORTGAGE LOANS (Le Tourneau Center) MONEY TO LEND No Credit Checks. Tony Mortgage Loans up to Muniz, Jr., Licensed Mor$15,000. No Credit Checks. tgage Broker, 6304 N. l(-1 Tom P. Martino, Inc., Nebraska Avenue, 237-5011. :s Realtor ITEMS FOR $' 2018 E. 7th Ave. SALE !!. Ph: 248-6111 Water Heater, Large C= WASHERS/DRYERS HOME IMPROVEMENTS Pressure Canner, Dishwasher, f Rent-to-own in 1 year. Quality work. All types. Canning Jars (15 qt.), (10 !:248-5385. Emergency I. Repairs, remodeling, and new pints), 2031 Warrington Way, 681-6107. ., We buy Homes and Lots construction. Class A license 1--------------c For Cash. contractor. 238-3244 or LAWN MISCELLANEOUS Private Investor will con -sider any situtation. Homeowners on 963-0565. ANTHONY & 988-8551. SPRINKLERS ;, COZY No Credit Hassel. 3 / l comASSOCIATES Remodeling by Curtis Save money by doing it a_ 3 bedroom/1 bath, cement pletely remodeled, Convient, REALTOR Woodard. Specializing in in: yourself, with professional block, CHI A, w/w carpet, nice neighborhood a steal at 6304 N. Nebraska terior or exterior carpentry. help. For additional informa-garage, near Temple Terrace $26,000. Owner finance low 237-5011 Free estimates, easy bank lion, call Leon Johnson, and close to schools, shopping down payments. Call FOR SALE financing. Licensed and bond259-1062, after 4 p.m. and buses. Call Rhona, 248-6256, evenings. Electric Stove, Refrigerator, ed. 2404 N. 34th St., 1--------------; Realtor Assoc., eves. I-----$-2 0 0.....;D_O_W_N ___ ""i Avocado color, $75 each. Also Is it true you can buy Jeeps We buy Homes. Any Condi238-2532. '78 Cordoba, good condifor $ 44 00 through the U.S. tion. Any Area. JERRELL L. COOK FHA/VA lion / minor problems, $600. Tom P. Martino. REALTOR HIGHLAND PINES Call 623 1066 government? Get the facts toInc., Realtor C. 933-6141 3 BR block home, 4509 E. ___ d99a2y4 .. Call 312-742-1142, ext. 2018 E. 7th Ave. ;: -----------1 24th Ave., $36,000. 248-6111 $200 DOWN AL LATTER & MEATS r---":':'"===-=--:-:---""'1-----==.:...:..:.: ___ I FHA/VA TERMS ISLAND HARBOUR Tender T-Bone Steak s -98< EXCEPTIONAL IN TOUCH C") 3 BR block home,$35,000 REALTOR each. Center Cut Pork ChopsDISTRIBUTERSHIP COMMUNICATIONS :!, 3204 24th Ave. 251-3478 soc each. 5902 N. 40th St., AVAILABLE ... Quality, Creativity, Flex-AL LATTER t-------------1 238-1697. For person who demands ibility, and Commitment. ISLAND HARBOUR 2LOTS 1-.;_.....;;..;_;.... _______ .,.. $50K plus annually. We offer We communicate your REALTOR Zoned residential, high and GORDY'S a legitimate relationship in the message to your customers $ 'II AIR-CONDITIONING & 251-3478 dry, 5000 each. Owner w1 concession equipment business through broadcast quality carry at 1207o with substantial HEATING which is family orientated. video presentations, profes-------------1 down. Call Bess, evenings, All .appliance s oil, gas, You need good sional slide .. 239-1793. electrical, refrigerators and credit/character, sales exp. media consultation. That's HOUSE FOR SALE West Tampa. 211. in as-is condition. For $26,000. Phone 685-7290. BAY AREA MANAGERS freezers, ice machine, a le, helpful but not necessary. what IN TOUCH COM__ -""i ;2;s:2e;3 s /drJers. Call $23,500 req. (finance if MUNICATIONS ut. WEST TAMPA f-==....;..:;;;,:.; _______ --1 qualified). Call Mr. Ballard at r;==========;i 3 bedrooms 1 1 bath. 813-968-4947. $34.900. I DO YOU EARN $300 Per Week? Then For $275 Per Month Payment You Can BUY A new 2 bedroom house with heat pump, nge & refrigerator; for a new 3 bedroom h home; or $350 for a 4 bedroom/2 bath Down payment 3%. TIMELESS PROPERTIES PRICE REDUCED Establishing variety acts; need comics, bands, 3 bedrooms, newly remodeled. BUILDING LOTS 53 X 112 Call Cora Martin, 237-1866 or 223-5214. etc. Call BJ, 238-6217; leave message, all replies will be I REPAIRS Wi doors, floors, painting, paneling and all types of wood work. Call me last and save. 239-1486 3 bedrooms / 2 baths, double garage, CHA, Formal dining, Florida room, fenced backyard. 2475 sq. ft. Drive by 4109 LaSalle St. (off Lois). Reduced to $69,000. Owner ILLNESS FORCES paying $2000 closing cost. SELL Owner considering all offers. Beauty Shop for sale located Call Sue Kirk, offite 885-7468; in Progress Village and Palm home River area. For more informa tion call: 626-4538. ::Treb IMMEDifr: NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY !be.YZanw ,CTe,..mmatid m or a.r/ap, rui/YHM o.ride aoailable (]o#JMLiaf (b-e !Tndm'dual Bo-mp/cte riBt:rtA J e ro/ce.r INCLUDING PAP SMEARS, VD SCREENING, ALL METHODS OF BIRTH CONTROL FHA lfome. Low down 1-------------1 SOUTH TAMPA NORTH TAMPA payment. Small monthly pay-LOSE WEIGHT 251-0505 961-7907 ment. Quick occupanq. Call Dick Gregory's amazing 1302 S Dale Mabry 14704 N Florida Ave ..., for free inform ,ation. Slim-Safe Bahamian Diet. M ember of National Former l y Tampa C ounsehnq WALT :BREWER You can get it here in Tampa. Abortion Federation and Abo r tion C enter ::::; 689-2131 REALTY Call HEALTHLINE, < .... ...... .. I:


BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer The Ybor City Boys and Girls Club is the place to be next weekend, June 14-16, for young boys ages 8-to-15. The center is hosting the Jerry Bell Football Mini Camp -a three-day and two-night fun filled adventure complete with 11 Bucs, game films, and plenty of practice drills. According to Bobby Wilds, who is the director of the facility on N. 15th St., the camp is free and "open to anybody who wants to come." The participants will sleep in the center's gym; and will be served breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bell, who plays tightend for the NFL team, said that he has been involved with several ''very successful'' camps in the bay area. "But they charged lots of money for the kids (to be there for) a week or so," he pointed out. "I wanted to look into organizing a camp for people who can't afford to go to these other camps." With the help of Gene Sanders, Robert Thompson, Davis, Jack Thompson, rge Peoples, James James Owens, Chris 1'1Va:shing11on, Lee Roy Selmon, House, and Mike Morthe young athletes will the necessary skills associated with the many footpositions. "We will teach good footfundamentals," Bell as well as "sportsman and discipline. I will also education because footisn't everything." But the 25-year-old, three_ veteran with the Buc organization stressed: "This camp is for the kids to have fun, and to meet (and learn from) some of the players JERRY BELL whom they have been looking up to. This will be a good role model for the kids to see something positive." The Tampa Eagles Football Organization, the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club, and Sports Graphics have joined Bell in sponsoring this event which is being held for the first time. Many people have aiso vohmttered their time to cook meals,: and assist in the football activities. According to Wilds, 100 boys have signed up for the mini camp from as far away as Avon Park, Bradenton, and Dade City. There are 300 ap plications still out. "We figure we can get them (the kids) motivated, involved with the program, and to spend time at the club and see what goes on here,'' Wilder explained. "We want the kids to enjoy themselves, and .to get involved in different activities because of summer." Both Wilds and Bell are hoping to make this an annual event. For more information on the mini camp, contact Wilds at248-1585. 77 ,42. If you wish to appear agreeable in society 64,33. you must consent to be taught many things which you know already. 88,90. ALOE VERA JUICE "Another Miracle" Mrs. M. M. 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.. Kills_.VV._oman Threatening U. S. Attorney At Her County Job A trial that lasted approx imately 10 days, with numerous charges against 29-year-old Reggie White, ended Tuesday with White be ing acquitted of charges that threatened the life of federal investigator U. S. Attorney Robert Merkle and his children. However, White was found of obstructing justice lying to a special grand In earlier testimony, White admitted that he lied to the special grand jury, but he 'buted his lying to a com bination of drug abuse and fear of his brothers and federal investigators. Whire's attorney, Jack Edmund, said in closing arguments that White had been abused by lawyers, the federal govern ment and family members The threatening. charge against White occurred when a local reporter, Richard Bockman, reported to federal officials that White had threatened the lives of R t obert Merkle and his children in a telephone conversation. White admitted calling Bockman, but denied making any threats. The jury deliberated nearly four hours before returning with a verdict. White could receive up to 30 years on the obstructing and lying charges. No sentencing date has been set. amp a o Host Confab (Continued From Page 2-A) Task Force; Askia Aquil, Community Awareness Task Force; Wali Shabazz, Urban League Black on Black Crime Prevention Program; Dr San dra Wilson, HCC Ybor City ; Dr. Nola Allen, J. D., USF Dept. of Criminal Justice; Rudolph Harris, columnist, Florida SentinelBulletin and many others. A banquet will be held Saturday evening, June 15, at 7:30 (cocktails are at 6:30) at the Holiday Inn Northeast. The guest speaker will be Atkins Warren, Ad-inistrative Specialist with the S. Dept. of Justice Com ity Relations Services, formerly the first black Chief of Police in Gainesville. Atty. Warren H. Dawson will serve as master of ceremonies. The organization also has a Society of Guardians, business entities in the host city that have contributed financially to the organization. Some of the local businesses are: Anheuser-Busch, Florida Sentinel-Bulletin, Honeywell, Inc., Lykes Bros., and Publix. Sgt. Jones invites the public to participate in any of the ac tivities hosted by the the organization. Contact sgt.. Jones at 225-5939 or the pro gram chairman, Mrs. Patricia Pierce Coleman at 225-5954. Those interested in attending the luncheon or banque.t should respond by Tuesday, June 11. Capt. J. J. Harris of the Kansas City (Missouri) Police Dept. is national president. Al.l. PHASE INSURANCE [Alvin & Assoc, Inc ] J 938 E. Hl/l$boro Ave. (Across From Great American Seminole Bonk) 238-2299 "We Specialize In ALVIN PIMENTO AGENT AI/ Insurance" PIP As Low As $30 Per Year Disability Income Pension Plan (IRA) At 15.5% *Auto *Home *Life *Business *Notary Service Ricky E. Williams Attorney At Low (51/z Yrs. 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Clerk Circuit Court By: BRENDA DUDLEY Deputy Clerk and Wrongful Death Slip & Fall, Railroad, Boat & Motorcycle Acc1dents, Defective Products, Uninsured Motorists). Criminal Defense (State & Federal Court) (Felonies, Drug Cases, Misdemeanors, Traffic, OWl and Juvenile). Divorce Custody Support Hours:Mon-Fri.B-6 237 1 6S9 400 E. Buffalo Saturday 9-12 Noon According to Hillsborough County Sheriff Officials, 26-year-old Dolliette Louise Prouge was brutally gunned down with a machine gun by her ex-boyfriend Wednesday morning at 6:30 a.m., as she gqt out of her car at her job on South 78th St. A warrant has been issued for the arre s t of 23-year-old Ronald Gene Ingram, 10110 Alma St. in Gibsonton. He. is charged with first degree murder. A sheriff spokesman said the white suspect fled the scene at the Hillsborough county Maintenance Office in a 1981 rented Pontiac after the gram quit his job on Monday. shooting. According to records in The two were apparently inState Attorney's Office, volved in a week long dispute uge had filed a complaint prior to the shooting, sheriff against her for reports state. The former couallegedly slappiq.g her on pie had allegedly threatened 21. each other, and Ingram had The young victim attended made threats towards the Progress Village Elementary other workers at the facility. School and Brandon High Ingram and Prouge were School. She dropped out = both employees at the County Brandon High in 1978 and Maintenance Office she began working for the county. sprayed to kill vegetation In 1981, Prouge joined the S, along the roads and he was a Florida Army National ; truck driver. In-Guard. Three-Year-Old Accidentally, Fatally Shoots Himself Three-year-old Joshua A. Baldwin, 1110 W. 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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN 40 YEARS SERVING TAMPA rRIDA Y, JUNE 7, 1985 The 6,150 seniors in Hillsborough County's public schools and those students who will depart from private schools and colleges are stepping out on a new and different ledge in life. For the past twelve years, high school youngsters have looked forward to the day they would graduate, but little do they know that it's not going to be quite like they've dreamed. Those who go away to college or join the military will have their first experience of responsibility true responsibility. Those who remain home to attend college or to work will find that even though mom and dad are nearby, there will be some decisions they will have to make that will impact their Others who are just plain ole tired of school will take the quicker way out by studying a trade. Those who are so madly in love will go ahead and get married, believeing that life will be more simple. How little do they know! But' whatever the story in your case, make the best of the life ahead. You've spent the past 12 years in school under the watchful eyes of parents, teachers and others. Now it's time to face the real world, and it's not a gentle world. Those who have finished their college years may be called away from home to develop careers. Have no fear of your new life and be assur.ed that God is with you. Maintain a level head and take one step at a time as you apply the knowledge you've gained. Many labels have been placed on your generation, young peo ple, but no rule says you have to be labeled. Be an individual with a great deal of common sense and nothing says you won't make it. A successful life lies ahead for you engineers, doctors lawyers, military persons. But, don't forget the bridge you've just crossed. Put your head to the grindstone and you are sure to make it. Congratulations and the best of luck 1985 graduates!!! GWENDOLYN C. HAYES Managing Editor


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rand on gh S h )_BY PATTY ALLEN:================: C 0 0 -sentinel Staff Writer Ganine Smiley, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James (Janet) Smiley. Activities: Equestrain Club, Christian Fellowship, Spanish Club, and The Band. Future Plans: To attend the University of South Florida, then on to medical school to become a Pediatrician and Kidney Specialist. "I want to more about the kidneys and maybe help the kids that have problems, like my brother," Ganine explained. Church Affi.liation: Good News Baptist Church Tonia Y. Gadson, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Ms. Norma Russell and Roosevelt Gadson. Activities: Track. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College. Church Affiliation: Is visiting A.M.E., Allen Temple Methodist Church. Gwendolyn R. Frazier, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr ... and Mrs. Roosevelt (Beatrice) Frazier. Activities: Future Business Leaders District XI President, CBE, and placed second at district in Impromptu Speak ing. Future Plans: To attend the University of South Florida. Church Affiliation: St. Luke A.M.E. Church. Dionne S. Gantt, 18, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland (Rose) Gantt. Activities: Deca, Fashion Club, and Student Advisory Committee. :.. ..,;. Future Plans: ,3:o.afterid tile Fashion Institute iri Ft. Lauderdale, and major in Merchandising and Fashion Show Production. Church Affiliation: New Mt. Zion M :B. Church. tatiotts .. Graduates: .:._ whatever your future path may DISCOUNT DRY CLEANERS Janine K. McDowell, 18, a graduate of Brand9n High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Millie) Mc Clellan. Activities: National Merit/ Achievement Finalists, recipient of a 4 year ($2,000) National Achievement Scholarship, Student Govern ment, Senior Director, Concert Choir, Christian Fellowship, Drama Club, and Eaglettes. Fuhire Plans: To attend the University of Florida, and rna jot in Bio-Chemical Engineer ing. Church Affiliations: First Baptist Church of Progress Village. Lavangela Lenettle Francis, 18, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam (Thelma) Griffin. Actiyities: Student Advisory Coundl); R.O.T.C.; F.H.A.; Youth Mission at Church; Concert Chorus; Band, Drill Team, Color Guard, and Drum and Bugle ofR.O.T.C. Futpre plans: To ]oin the military. Church Affiliation: Mt. Olive M.B. Church. Theresa Rutland, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Rutland. Activities: National Honor Society, Student Advisory Committee, Student Govern ment, In Club Council, In teract Girls Service Club, Hillsborough County Youth Council, Christian Fellowship Executive Board, received the Leadership Award from AKA, and a $1,500 Bla<;k Scholars Award. Future Plans: To attend the University of South Florida to major in Mathematics and minor in Accounting. Church Affiliation: First M.B. Church of Seffner Eigi na graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel (Brenda) Jphnson. Activities: Student Govern ment, Latin Club, Christian Fellowship, Sunday School Teacher, Praise Conductor, and was named on the Honor Roll Future Plans: To attend Er win Vocational School to study Architecture arid In terior Decorating, then will transfer to the University of South Florida. Also plans to own her own business. Church Affiliation: Deeper :. Life Church. Gache Amiko Hankerson, 18, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the grand" daughter of Thomas Hanker son. Activities: Orchestra, CFS,' and Drama. \ Future PlanS<; To attend the University of So uth Florida, and major in Music Education. Church Affiliation: 34th St. Church of God. rll = ; !!. I = e. ii' ; ""= = 5!: .... fiJ =Q. Rhonda Marshell McMullen, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mrs. Johnnie = McMullen. Future Plans: To a ......... > Southeastern Academy and = become a stewardess, to join the Air Force Reserves, and to :::!. eventually attend the Universi- ty of South Florida. Church Affiliation: Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church. Keith Alexander Peartree, 17, a graduate of Brando n High School, is the son of Mrs. Johnnie Mae Mobley. Activities: First Chair Ore chestra, Art Club, Vice President of the Student AdI C":l = c =-.... Q. = fiJ n Yee, 18, a visory Committee, Leadership graduate of; Brandon High Development III in the School, is the daughter of Mr. JROTC Program, ICC and Mrs. Robert (Bernadette) Representative, Student Yee.. Government Representative, Activities: Volleyball, Girl's and Feliowship of Christian Interact, Spanish Honor Sheryl Marcella Jefferson, Athletes. Society, Homecoming Court, 18, a graduate of Brandon Future Plans: To join the "'= and Senior Hall of Fame. High Slhool, is the daughter military and further his educa uture Plans: To attend the of Mrs. ivtarv J. Lawrence. tion, and will pursue a career Two Locations To Serve You: h r td ._, University of Florida, and rnaulure Plans: To enter the m t e av1at10n 1e .., 3401 N. 22nd St. 247-4665 jor in Electrical Engineering. working world. Church Affilialion: ::t 7503 Causeway Blvd. 626:7716 Affiliation: i\lt. Churlh Affiliation: Apostolic Church of .Jesus. lllli;;iilllilll&iiiiiiiiiiiii;I .... ... ................ ........ .. '.


Brandon High School z ;;J Monica Lee, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mrs Ada Marie Lee and the late Theodore R. Lee, Jr. Activities: Student Advisory Committee, and 1985 Junior Cotillion. Future Plans: To attend the University of South Florida, and major in Computer Engineering. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church of Progress Village. Rhonda LaShawn Williams, 'i 18, a graduate of Brandon .= High School is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billie (Olivia) Williams. Activities: Student Advisory = Committee, Christian Fellowship Service, Spanish =; Honor Society, Teco Eplorer s = and Junior Cotillion. I = -= 00 CIS Future Plans: To attend the University of South Florida, and major in Electrical Engineering & Michelle Harrison, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Rosetta) Har rison. ActivitieS: Cheerleader, and B6wling League. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College then on to St. John's University, and major in Ac-counting. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church of Progress Village. Lana G. Liverpool, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Stanley (Ermine) Liverpool. Activities: French Club Future Plans: To attend the University of South Flo!ida then trans fer to the Unive rs ity of Florida, and major in C b m puter Science Church Affiliation: St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. Cheryl L. Johnson, 17, a graduate of Brandon High Shawn Harris, 17, a School, is the daughter of Mr. graduate of Brandon High and Mrs. Homer (Barbara) School, is the daughter Of Ms. Johnson. Sandra A. Harris. Activities: National Honor Activities: Brandon Junior Society, Interact Club, Women's Club Juniorettes; Volleyball Team State Student Advisory Committee; Volleyball Champions, French and was named All-County Club Vice-President, and First Team, All-State Third Hillsborough County Youth Tearri, and Western ConCouncil. David Hicks, 18, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David (Alma) Hicks. Activities: Named to the All-County Track Team, and named All-County in Varsity Football. Future Plans: Received a scholarship to Georgia Tech. Michelle Jackson, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the and Mrs. L.C. Jackson. Activities: Deca. Future Plans: To attend Florida State University or Fayetteville State University in No Carolina, and major in Civil Engineering. Church Affiliation: Peace Progressive Baptist Church Veronica Reynolds, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Johnson. Activities: DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America), participated in the school's Fashion Show, and was an Honor Roll stu dent. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College, and major in Child Care. Plans to own her own Child Care Center. Church Affiliation: Brown's Temple C.O.G.I.C. ference Second Team in Future Plans: To attend basketball. Florida State University, and To Correct Future Plans: Received a major in Business AdministraOr basketball scholarship to tion or Psychology. Georgia Southern College. Church Affiliation: Mt. Cancel Classified a Church Affiliation: Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Ads Call 248-1921 ....... ................. ............ -=.1 (Continued From Page 3-B) Jackie Agee, 19, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ennis (Fannie) Agee, Jr. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College, then on to the Univer sity of Florida to study Jour nalism. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church. Shavena Williams, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney (Elizabeth) Williams. Activities: Band, Student Advisory Council, and Hands. Future Plans: To attend Hillsb'orough Community College. Ann Powell Formerly Of Nadine's Salon Opened Her Own Shop Ann Powell's Styling Salon Owner /Operator At 2306 Tampa St. fCqrner Of Tampa & frances# 229-8707 Ol?erator : Benita Brinson You worked for it, and we congratulate you. Good luck 1711 W. Howard Ph: 253-8856 Locations: 4034 N. Armenia 877-9559 BERNARD J. CIMINOPHARMAclsr


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It) oc Q\ .... ...: z ;;;;;> .., > < Q .... == Victoria K. Creal, 18, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Lois) Creal. Activities: Cooperative Business Education Club. Future Will be work ing for TECO. Church Affiliation: Jehovah's Witness. Frederick Young, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Arabella) Cor ton. Activities: Wrestling. Future Plans: To attend ITT Technical School. Julius Howard, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius (Perline) Howard. Activities: Football, Wrestl ing, and Track. Future Plans: To attend ITT cal Institute. Raymond Wallace Curry, 18, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the son of Ms. Virginia Curry and Benely Kearney. Krystal Starling, 17, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Bessie) Starl ing. Activities: Orchestra, Na tional Honor Society, Negro National Merit Finalist, Bran don's English PRIDE Award, Tribune Honor Student; and Honor Court. Future Plans: To attend the University of South Florida, and major in Engineering. Church Affiliations: Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witness. Shearon A. (Dee-Dee) Smiley, 18, a graduate l of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike (Phyllis) Smiley. Activities: Dramatics Club, Aquilla, and Concert Choir. Church Affilia tion: First Baptist Church of West Tam pa. Stephanie M. Beasley, 17, a graduate of Brandon High Schuol, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Williams. Activities: Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Cheerleader, National Honor Society, Citizens Advisory Committee, Kiwanettes, Pimeg, Who's Who Among High School Students, Miss Teenage Tampa of '85, and Senior Hall of Fame. Future Plans: To attend Georgia Tech, and major in Industrial Engineering. Church Affiliation: Keeney United Methodist. Activities: Computer Club. .t The world moves when rnen dream great dreams. As you enter an adult world keep this idea before you. Best of luck! Columbia Bank Of Tampa Member F. D./. C. 7th A venue at 21st Street & 21st Street At Adamo Dr. Tampa, Florida 33605 lool Future Plans: To enter the ...............


d Tammy Green, 17, a graduale of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Green. Activities: Christian Fellowship, and Student Ad visory Committee. Future Plans: To attend the University of South Florida to pursue a career in medicine. Church Affiliation: First Missionary Baptist Church. Gianna L. Graham, 18, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ifvin (Esther) Graham. Acti vities: Science Club, Miss Brandon .Contestant, Law Studies, and Health Ser vice Aide. Future Plans : To attend the University o f South Florida and pursue a career in Den tistry Church Affiliation: Central Baptist Church Carvernetta L. Upshaw, 18, a graduate of Brandon High School, is the daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. Carnell Upshaw. Activities: B-Club, Basket ball Team, Volleyball Team, and Honorable Mention in All-American. Future Plans: Rec:eived a basketball scholarship to the University of New Orleans to pursue a career in Interior Decorating. Church Affiliation: Mt. Zion M.B. Church. Gina Carol Griffin, graduate of Brandon High School, is the daughter of Ms. Shirley B. Griffin. Activities: Spanish Honor Society, overall "Sobiesaliente" at 1985 Florida State Spanish Con ference, Christian Fellowship Executive Board, National Merit/National Achievement Scholar, "Writers On Writing" article published in MacMillan English 10 book, and Impromptu Speaking. Glennell McDonald, 17, a graduate of Brandon High SchU()i, is the daugtiter of Mr. an'' Mrs. Edwatd McDonald Activities: Hillsborough County Youth Council, Jan.'s Senior of the Month, Student Government Senator, Chris tian Fellowship, Yearbook Staff, Student Com mittee, Interact 1Club, Xinos, Youth Usher Board, Drarna Ch.Jb, Cupidette Scholarship Award recipient, and Cer tificate of Appreciation from Jefferson High SChool.== Future Plans: To attend the Fashion Institute of Technology and pursue a career in Fashion Design. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church of Palm River. Junior R .O.T.C. Future Plans : To attend the University of South Florida to pursue a teaching career. Karen Lynn Cooper, ]7. a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School, is the da_ ughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Carlton (Catherine) Cooper. Activities: President's Academic Fitness Award reci pient; Daughters of the American Revolution Citizen ship Award. recipient; Outstanding Senior in Jour nalism; PRIDE Award winner in writing; recipient of an Academic Letter; Certificate for Scholarship Award from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; recognition of academic achievement and leadership from Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; recognition of scholarship, leadership, and citizenship from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Tampa Tribune Senior Honor Pro gram; Jefferson's PTSA's Outstandii.g All-Around Senior; voted Most Likely To Succeed; National Honor Society Club's Service Award recipient; Editor 'of The ln. dependent Pen; varsity basket ball; Mu Alpha Theta; Spanish Honor Society; Varsi ty J; received the President's Honors Scholarship, John V. Webb Memorial Scholarship, and a Honeywell Corporation Scholarship. Future Plans: To attend the University of Florida, and major in Engineering. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens. ">.' ,. .!. ......... Michelle Smith, 17, a graduate of Jefferson High School, is the daughter of Ms Barbara Aldrich and Alfred Smith ... Activities: Student Advisory Committee, Varsity J, and SGA. Future Plans: To attend -Hillsborough Community College and become a registered nurse. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church of West Tam pa. recipient of the Black Scholar ship Award at USF, recipient of the Freshmen Engineering Scholarship at USF, recipient of the AKA Scholarship Award, recipient of the Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship Award, recipient of the Tampa Tribune Honor Award, recipient of the Pride Award In English Excellence in Writing, and recipient of a $19,000 University of Tampa Scholarship. Future Plans: To attend USF, and major in Electrical Engineering and Music. Church Affiliation: Tabor M.B. Church. Keith White, a of Jefferson High School, is the son of Joyce Ford. Activities: President of Stu dent Advisory Committee (SAC), Treasurer of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and Student Govern ment. Named Outstanding Leadership Achievements, first runner-up in the King of Hearts at Jefferson, placed 2nd in the county in Mr Angela Diann Wright, 18, a FBLA, nominated Most Likegraduate of Thomas Jefferson ly To Succeed, Outstanding Comprehensive High School, Accomplishment in Voca-is the daughter of Ms. Annie tiona! Education and J. (Wright) Hicks. Outstanding Ac-A('tivitles: National Ho.nor complishments in the area of Society, President of Mu sponsored by Alpha Theta, Vice-President Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, of the French Honor Society, Inc. named "Who's Who Among Future Plans: Accepted at Church Affiliation: Greater Bethel Baptist Church > = c. John D. WUiiams, 18, a graduate of BrandQn High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Mary) PatterDwayne Helms, 17, a graduate of Brandon High ? son. School, is the son of Mr. and I Activities: Diversified Mrs. Billy (Mary L.) Helms. Cooperative Training. Activities: Senior Class Future Plans: Salesman. Vice-President. -----.. -----""" Future Plans: To join the f o / I Army. :;, Church Affiliation: .:.th:.:.e.:.M.:.,ost Hig=h=. TAMPA BAY BUILDERS HOME REI? AlR AND REMODELING SPECIALIST LIC. 034997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FREE ESTIMATES ... President 251-2585 Or 251-8754 1Ck W. PLAn ST., TAMPA, FLORIDA 33606 We wish each of you great happiness on this occasion. 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Hillsborough High School z: ;;;;J ..., Mr. and Mrs. Winston Tanya Lenont H amil,on, Powell are the parents of Dena 17, is another proud graduate Bell, 17, a graduate of of Hillsborough High .J.IIII..tnr.nlltJh High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and ActiYities: S -Club, Mts. Richard H.Jackson. Hillsborean Yearbook Staff, Activities: Opti-Miss and Fellowship of Christian Future Business Leaders of Athletes, Hillsborean canAmerica; 1985 Junior dictate, Roundball Club RedCotillion for the La Sans Souci N-Black Staff and Interact Bridge Club. Club. Future Plans: To attend the Future Plans: Attend University of South Florida. Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, to study Business Administra tion. Church Affiliation: Gr. Mt. Carmel AME Church. Wanda Regina Palmer, 17, a graduate of Hillsborough High School, is the daughter of Ms. Della Mae Palmer. Activities: President of Future Business Leaders of America, Spirit Club, and Future Homemakers of America. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College. Church St. John ones, 17, is a graduate_ of Hillsborough High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon (Dorothy) Jones, Jr. Activities: FBLA, Student Council, Student Council on the Education of NAACP. Eighteen-year-old Johnny Reed, a Hillsborough School graduate, is the sfin of Mr. and Mrs. James Reed. Activities: Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Government, Chorus, Foot ball and Track teams (All Conference, All County, All State, Blue <::hipper, Top _100 Cream of Crop in Florida); honored by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Future Plans: Received a four-year football scholarship to attend the University of North Carolina. Church Affiliation: Grace Mary M. B. Church. Franchesca Lyntranetteea Benjamin is the daughter of Louis and Patricia and John Moultrie. The Hillsborough High School graduate is 17 -years-old. Future Plans: To attend llQ Hillsborough Community Activities: FBLA, Round ball Club, CBE, Future Leaders and Jamaa. Future Plans: Two years at HCC and on to Bethune Cookman College. College and continue studying at F AMU to seek a degree in Elementary Education. I'W Church Affiliation: Highland Ave. Church of Christ. Church Affilhition: St. Matthew M. B. Church, Rev. J. H. Howell, pastor. Andrea Yvette Jenkins, 17, is a Hillsborough High School She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert (l::>eloN) Sr. Activities: Future Business Lcilders of America, Anchors and Wrestlerettes. Future Plans: To enter the job market. Church Affiliation: Friendly Missionary Baptist Church. Jerry Mason, of Hillsborough High''School, is the son of Ms. Lula M. Mason. Activities: Football, Track, Vice-President of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Track Club, Vice President of the BET A Honor Club, honored by Kiwanis Club for Neighborhood Ser vice, honored by Cpl. Tom Beury for being the Top Teen on Patrol, and is ranked 46 out of a class of 520 graduates. Future Plans: To attend the University of South Florida, and major in Business Ad ministration. Church Affiliation: Mt. Calvary Temple. Eighteen-year-old Terrance O'Hara received his diploma from Hillsborough High School Wednesday afternoon. He is the son of Mrs. Carolyn Clemons and Steve Allen. Plans: To enter the military. Activities: Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Football and Track teams. Church Affiliation: St. Mat thew Missionary Baptist. Sabrina Gaynelle Dawkins, 18, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy (Joyce) Dawkins, Sr She is a graduate of Hillsborough High School. Activities: Concert Chorus. Future Plans: To enter Hillsborough Community College to study Broadcasting. Church Affiliation: Peace Progressive Missionary Bap tist Church. Hillsborough High School graduate Sabrina LaShawn Nelson, 17, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton (Luvator) Nelson. Her grand parents are Mrs. Luvenia Henry and Mrs. Mary Smith. Activities: Future Business Leaders of America, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, ROTC and Female Drill Team. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College to pursue a degree in Business Administration. Church Affiliation: New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church/Young Adult Choir. Yvette LaShawn Myers, 17, is the daughter of Ms. Jo Ann Myers She is a Hillsborough High School graduate. Activities: Beta Honor Club, first place winner in Tampa Urban League Grand Met US Essay Contest, among top 50Jo in Senior Writing Ability. Future Plans: To attend FAMU with emphasis on Political Science. Church Affiliation: St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. P. Johnson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Jr '\he is a graduate of Hillsborough High School. Activities: Cooperative Business Education (reporter), first place in District Public Speaking Contest (speech title "Establishment of Occupational Goals"), Future 13usiness Leaders of America, fop Terrier for April, Presi dent of Xinos Club, and Phi Delta Kappa. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College. Church Affiliation: Greater Bethel Baptist Church. Tashu Lavonne Drun_so 17, is also a Hillsborough High School graduate. She is the daughter of Gloria'-.D. Drungo and Jacquez 0. Drungo Activities: Senior Class Vice President, Head Dancerette, Inter-Club Council, Future Business Leaders of America, Key Club. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College and the University of South Florida. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church of West TamLiza K. Johnson, 17, is a graduate of Hillsborough High School. She is the daughter of Mrs. Nedra Creary Harris. Activities: FBLA, track team; placed 5th in the Im promptu Speaking Competi tion for Hillsborough County Schools. Future Plans: To attend Florida A&M University. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church of College Hill.


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Tampa Catholic High Sehool==== Traci Mack, 17, a graduate of Tampa Catholic High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe (Laverne G.) Mack. Activities: Student Council. Future Plans: To attend Florida A&M University, and major in Pharmacy. Church Affiliation: New Salem M.B. Church. Daryle Cole, 17, a graduate of Tampa Catholic High, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Le<>la) Cole. Activities: Basketball Team, and Track. Future Plans: To attend Bethune-Cookman College, and major in Business Ad ministration. Church Affiliation: St. Peter Claver Catholic Church. Student Advisory Committee, Spanish National Honor Society, Recipient of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship, Howard University Academic Scholarship, Presi dent's Academic Scholarship from the University of Florida, Hillsborough Com munity College Academic Scholarship, a Commended Negro Student, Honor Society for Excellence in Mathematics, and Hall of Fame at Chamberlain High Katherine nandez, 17, a graduate Tampa Catholic High, is the daughter of Mrs. Francina Hernandez. Activities: Student Govern ment; Yearbook Staff; Na tional Honor Society; Na tional Beta Club; Lumen Christi; Pep Club; Diplomats; Afro-American Club; Who's Who Among High School Students; and the recipient of a $2,000 Presidential Scholar ship, a $1,500 Kiwanis Scholarship, a $250 Alpha Kappa Alpha Academ_ic Scholarship, and a $60 Delta Sigma Theta Academic Scholarship. Future Plans: To attend the University of Florida, and major in Business Administration. ,,.. Church Affiliatio n: New Salem M.B. Church. Maureen Alethra 17, a graduate of Tampa Catholic High, is the daughter of Rev .. and Mrs. Jasper P. Saunders. Activities: Student Govern ment, Beta Club, Kiwanettes, Afro-American Club, Lumen Christi, National Honor Society, Diplomats, Who's Who Among High School Students, recipient of an Academic Achievement Award from Alpha Kappa Alpha, Robinson's Jr. Fashion Board, recipient of $60 Scholarship Award from Delta Sigma Theta, and a con testallt ip_.Mis$, Black Teenage Tampa. Future Plans: To attend Auburn University, and major 'in Inter[\atjonal Business. r Ctlli.rcli:: .:Affiliation: New Slj]em Chg.rch. Plant City=-= == Leto== Walker a graduate of Leto Comprehen sive High School, is the son Mr. and Mrs. David (Myrtle J.) Walker, Jr. Activities: V .I.C.A. Senior Club; All-County, AllConference, and All-State in basketball. Future Plans: Received a full scholarship to play basket ball at South Carolina State University. church Affiliation: Bethel A.M.E. Church. Jesuit= Anderson, 18, a 1 graduate of Chamberlain High -;; School, is the daughter of Mr. School. Future Plans: To attend Howard University, major in Chemistry and pursue a career in medicine. High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford and Evelyn Webb, and grand daughter of Mrs. Fannie Mae Williams. Activities: Ladies of the 80s, Leighton A. Carter, 18, a graduate of Jesuit High School, is the son of Mrs. Ed na C. Jones and Joseph Barr. Activities: Band, Jesuit Chapter of Students Against Drunk Drivers, Library Club, Computer Club, Community Services Program, Basketball Manager, and the recipient of the Father Pedro Aerupe S.J. Award in Community Services -"A Man For Others." and Youth League Cheerleader. := and Mrs. Raymond (Myra) = Anderson. Church Affiliation: First Baptist Church of Carrolwood Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community College, then on to Florida A&M University to pursue a career in Pharmacy. =Activities: Track, Cross .5 Country, Mu Alpha Theta and '; Beta, National Honor Society, = I = -= King High"="== Anita Rachelle Williams, 18, a graduate of Plant City Church Affiliation: Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church in Plant City. Academy Of Holy Michelle Suttle, 17, a Juliet (Wanda) Tillman, 18, graduate of King High School, a graduate of King High li.. 1 Future Plans: To attend Tuskegee Institute, and major i n Computer Science. Church Affiliation: St. Luke A.M.E. Church. is the daughter of Mr. and School,isthedaughterofMs. Norris, ,graduateof Tonya Alonso, 18, a Mrs. James (Mattie) Suttle. Audrey Tillman and greatAcademy of the Holy Names, graduate of Academy of The Irving Ward, Jr. 1 a Activities: Anchor Club, granddaughter of Carrie Bax-is the daughter of Mr. and Holy Names, is the daughter graduate of Jesuit High and The Most Outstanding ter. Mrs. Maurice J. (Gwendellyn of Mr. Richard Alonso, and School, is the son of M.B. Student in the Home Activities: Color Guard, G.) Norris. granddaughter of Mr. and Mary Ward and Irving L. Economics Department Voices, The Willing Workers, Activities: Christian Life Mrs. Felix (Olga) Alonso. Ward, Sr. plaCing first in State Competiand Usher Board. Community Club, Plant Club, Activities: Delta Teen of Activities: Football, Tampa tion. Future Plans: To attend Secretary of the Senior Class, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Hillsborough County Youth Future Plans: To attend the Hillsborough Community and named to the 1985 NaNational Forensics, Youth Council, Student Council, Fashion Institute of Ft. College. tiona! Merit Foundation Group at church. Group Leader Community Lauderdale, and major in Church Affiliation: Greater Honor Roll. Future Plans: To attend Service Club, EPU. c:cl Fashion Merchandising. Her Morning Star M.B. Church. Future Plans: To attend Hillsborough Community Future Plans: To attend goal is to own her own Loyola University, and major College, then on to the UniverAuburn University to major in Fashion Boutique. Spot Advertising in Psychology and Business sity of South Florida to study Aero-Space Engineering. r... Church Affiliation: Works Education. Radiologic Technology. Church Affiliation: New loW Highland Ave. Church of G I Church Affiliation: First Church Affiliation: St. Salem Missionary Baptist I.!) Christ. 0 C assified..... Baptist Church of Brandon. James Episcopal Church. Church. ...................................................................................... ..


................ ............................................................................... Bethune Grads On the WayTo Su ccess fu 1 Careers More than two hundred graduating seniors received their degrees April 29, dur ing Bethune-Cookman Col lege's 8lst Commencement ercises held on the Daytona Beach in the Moore's Gymnasium. Among them were nine from the Tampa Bay area. Arthur 8. Allen obtained a B.S. degree in Political Science. His minor was Public Arthur plans to further his education at Howard Univer sity School of Law in D.C. While attending Bethune Cookman College, Arthur was the Editor of the campus newspaper, "Voice the n which placed first in the Southern Regional College and Universities, served on the Student Government Board, Political Science Club as President, Vice-President of NAACP College Chapter, Student Board member for the Central Florida Community Development Corporation, Pre-Alumni, and the Year book Staff. He made the Honor Roll and Dean's List Arthur is a member of St. John Progressive M.B. Church, and a high school graduate of Hillsborough High. He is the proud son of and Mrs. Otris (Theresa) Allen, Sr. SABRINA E. CANT\' E. Canty recJ!ived her degree in Business Ad ministration, and plans to work for a year before pursu ing a graduate degree at the University of South Florida in the field of Business Ad ministration. During Sabrina's interning, worked for Delano Stewart, Esquire. Whjle at tendingBethune-Cookman, Sabrina worked as a dorm counselor, member of Traco0-Dram (drama club), member of Fast Break (Porn Porn squad) and a Harmanett of Kappa Kappa Psi band fraternity. Also a member of Phi Beta Lambda Business fraternity. Saprina stated after finding a job, she would be willing to leave the Tampa Bay : area. She is a graduate of Brandon ALESI A (LJSAl Alesia (Lisa) Jackson ob tained a degree in Business Administration. She is now in a (our week training program with a mafor airlines. Her internship was with the Contemporary Resort Hotel in World as a sales hostess. She made the Honor Roll academic list. While attending Bethune Cookman College, she was a member of the Computer Club and New Birth (Bible Study) anJ was a Student Life Assistari t. .. She is the daughter of Mrs. Bertha Jackson and Alexander Jackson, Detroit and a of New Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Rhonda Pittman obtained a degree in the area of Speech Communications She plans to attend graduate school at the University of South Florida in the field of Public Relations. Rhonda's affiliations a:t JULIA JACKSON RHONDA PITTMAN B-CC included: Delta Sigma Sorority Inc., Trac-0-Drama (Drama Club), Pre YWCA, Sergeant-At .A:rms for the sr. Class. She also made the Dean's hi,st and the Honor Roll. She is the daughter of Mrs Gloria Gibson. Rhonda returned from the Bahamas where she traveled through Freeport and Nassau with her mother and a host of relatives. She is a graduate .of King High. DARVIN L JOHNSON Darvin L. Johnson obtained a degree in the area of Political Science. His future plans are to work in the area of Criminal Justice. While attending Bethune Cookman, Darvin played on the Mighty Wildcats football team as a wide receiver for four years. He played in the Second Annual Black All-Star game held in Atlanta, GA. He also served on the Men's Senate and the track team He is a member of Mr Olive Missionary Baptist Church and a high school graduate of King High. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Ralph (Betty) Johnson. 248-1921 TULA TIQNS TO THE CLASS OF 1985 ALLSTATE MOTORS -OVER7SCARSTO CHOOSE FROM. 5018 N. 22ND ST. TAMP A, FL r-H-O....,M_,.E ..... 237-5289/237-5492 USED CARS. '81 Suborau DL, 4 dr., '80 Sunbird, Sport Coupe, '81 Mercury Zephyr 5 spd., lo(lded. '2895 4 spd. '1650 Coupe, Loaded, '2150 '80 Datsun Coupe 310 GX, '70 Volare, Sport Coupe, '80 Mercury Bobcat, Loaded, '2150 Loaded. '2250 3 door, Loaded. '1650 '82 Plymouth TC3, 3 door '79 Capri Sport Coupe, '1950 '79 Lincoln Versailles, Sport, Loaded '2950 4 door, loaded. '4850 '80 Citation, 4 door, 76 Mazda, 2 dr. Sport ''79 Audi 5000 S, 4 dr., Loaded. '1650 Rx4, '1250 Sunroof, loaded. '3650 Graduates We Have Several Cornaro's, Firebirds, Trans-Ams, And Roadsters. Financing Available. We Take Trades, Littteor Nothing Down. DARLENE J. Darlene J. Johnspn obtain ed a degree in Business Administration. She did her interning while working for Robinson's Department In August she will officially work as a manager. While attending Bethtine Cookman College, she served as a Cheerleader for three years, she is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Computer Club and was Miss YWCA. Darlene is a member of Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter and (Johnnie Mae) Johnson. She is a graduate of Jeffer son High. ARLATHA Peoples obtained her degree in the area of Business Administration. She interned in Daytona Beach for the United Negro College Fund pffice. She now works for a major airlines as a reservations agen( While attending Bethune Cookman, Arlatha was a membet of the B-Cean Year book staff, a Calender Girl for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., an Alpha Sweetheart, and Ms. Maroon and Gold of the Wildcats football team. She is a member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and a high school graduate of Jeffer son High. Her parents are Mr: and Mrs. Milton and (Minnie) Peoples. ...( ff 1:1 c 1:1 M..S. Sonja Green Robinson !!. completed her education at ta Bethune-CoOkman College 5. 5' last December. Two short : months later she was hired at 1:1 Graham Elementary School as as a Special Learni c:r Disabilities (SLD) teacher. Fi" Mrs. Robinson received a B. =" S. degree in Exceptional !, Education. She chose that field because "I enjoy working with children and I feel that I "< can offer an exceptional child more. "It is a wide open field and there is a need for more SL teachers than there are for Q. normal instructors," she ll'!j stated. :::!. The 22-year-old Brandon 1 School graduate is a C"l member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and Kappa Delta Pi, and president of the Council f -for Exceptional Children. She =" is also a member of Greater Morning Star Missionary Hap_ tist Church and sings in the s Number 2 Choir. Tuesday, June 4 Mrs. Robinson and her hu s band, Paul celebrated their second wedding anniversary. "Yes, it was a little difficult at t imes being away from my husband, but he r ealized that I wanted to complete my education." The couple have no children. Mrs. Robinson is the daughter of Mrs. Benton, a Tampa cosmetologist. Mrs. Robinson did her in ternship at Bryan-Jennings Elementary School in Plant City and that experience pro vided an opportunity for her to learn even more about Sheryl Brown graduated children. Cum Laude in the field of She does advise others to Business Administration. p r e d 1 u su a egree m specta She is the daughter of Mr. education, especially since and Mrs. David (Camilla) there is such a variety of posi Brown. tions. For those who are just She is a member of Alpha going away college, she Kappa Alpha Sorvrity, Inc. says: "don't go there looking and sang in the B-CC Inspirafor all fun. Be prepared to hit tiona! Gospel Choir and was a the books The fun will come member of the Alpha Kappa later. Of course, you're going Mu Honor Society to socialize," she says, but She Is a member o( Macedon't o\erdo it." ........................................


Not High School Was Woman, 47, Continues Enough: Education Age Is No Factor When One Is Determined To Succeed Mrs. Efferine McWhite received a high school diploma last spring Jrom Middleton Adult School. She had thought about continuing her education, but had not dwell ed on the idea too much not until as an honor she received a $600 scholarship, the principal's award. The 47-year-old mother of three (11, 16 and 24 years old) has now completed two semesters at Hillsborough Community College. As a col lege student, she has "done better than expected" in her courses. At first she was study ing Computer Science courses, but had decided to change to Business Administration. "I did receive a couple of Fs" along with the As, Bs and Cs, she said, "but I thank God for what I am learning." The two Fs Mrs. McWhite received ; can be attributed to a heavy caseload, which included four E difficult subjects. Mrs. McWhite says she con .= tinues to pray to God and asks "'Q. that He keeps her mind = on Him. "A lot of people seem to get their minds off c;,:, God once they get into college I and get more education, but I ..: don't want that to happen to ... me," she explained. The new experience was at first frightening for Mrs. McWhite, but with the help of BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor EFFERINE MCWHITE her mentor, Mrs. Altamease Hamilton, Mrs McWhite is determined to continue on. "She has been very encourag ing to me. The people and pro fessors there are very concern ed about you and will try to help you in any way they can," she stated while taking a short vacation from school. One thing Mrs. McWhite is proud of i s that s he can read I ,400 words per minute with 800Jo accuracy. "Knowing how to read is. very important," she said. "After rve done a few around the house, I will back to priming my lliind so I be behind when I return in August. ''Education is needed in my life and in everyone else's life ," she stated. "At 4 7 (years old), the doors are closed to the uneducated and jt's hard at that age for the educated to get hired." One other thing that Mrs. McWhite can boast about i s that her college experience provided the opportunity to become certified in CPR. "That's something all of us need, and I believe I can put it to use, if I don't panic," she stated with a smile. Being part of a closely knit family has also helped her to get through the first year of college. "They're always con cerned about me and how I'm doing," she stated. "There have been times when I wanted to call it quits, but they will not let me So I'm just keeping on with the help of God The wife of James E. McWhite, Mrs. McWhite is a .member of The Church of God and the Middleton Alum ni Ass ociation Now that one year is behind her, Mr s McWhite doe s n't have to worry about having butterflies as she did two days prior to registering for the first time. Come August she'll just be a returning student. BY GWFN HAYES Sentinel Matutging Editor After reaching the age of 30, many begin to speculate that their careers are in order, at least they hope so. After that age, many feel that if they become unemployed, it is useless to try and get back into the job market, especially as a skilled individual. One Tampa woman was not discouraged by reach;ng age 35 and not being gainfully employed. She had long wanted to be in the medical field, but could not see where she would ever reach that goal. The opening of Florida Col lege in late spring in 1984, pro vided an opportunity for her to get a little closer to that dream. She saw a flyer that talked about the school and the courses offered. The gentleman passing out the flyers suggested that she con tact the school which she did and received a grant to con tinue her education. "This wa s my way of taking on the challenge of getting into the medical field,' f p sfie staled. Ms. Ruth Jenkins, the mother of two, is now a multi use technician at the Com nmnity Dialysis Center under the authorization of the Com munity Psychiatric Centers. Her job responsibilities in clude priming machines for dialysis patients, stripping the machines after use for the next patient, and being in constant communication with the pa tients to reassure them while they're being treated. At Florida College, Ms. Jenkins was an outstanding student. She was the only one to graduate on March 8, received six awards for perfect attendance and ability, made the dean's list each grading period and received perfect attendance during externship. Her dream is to return to school to become a registered nurse Age was no factor for the 35-year-old woman. "If you have the enthusiasm to say I want :;omething out of life and I'm going for that, you'll be something, no matter what age you are," the determined woman said. Her first interview after graduation for a job was on March 21, and it was that same day that she was hired. On May 2, she was certified as a multiple use technician and rea c hin g for higher ground. "This entire experience has been a challenge for me," she stated. "I like people, enjoy the people who I work with and I have learned a lot." The daughter of Elder and Mrs Frank (Martha) Haley credits her parents with whom (Continued On Page t' "CC n't Miss The Opportu.nity Of A Lifetim -=

Commencement exercises for Tallahassee's Florida University were held in April. Those graduates )lave now gone their separate many into the job to pursue .. careers and others continue in school. Tampa's three Rattler graduates have planted their feet and are prepared to take on the : challenges of_today's world. Each is going a separate way, with one decidip.g to probably remajn in the bay area. Sabrina R Preston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hayward L. (Josephine) Brady, Sr., received a B. S. degree in Data Processing Technology. She wili be J eav ing the bay area next week to assume a position as a Business Systems Analyst in Financial Administration with Monsanto Agricultural Pro ducts Co. in St. Louis, Missouri At F AMU Sabrina, 22, was affiliated with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., IEEE Computer Society, Data Pro cessing > Club, ; r and Student Chaptet of NAACP. Llist summer she gained experience in her field by being an intern with Hershey Foods, Corp. in Hershey, PA as a program' J\:V GWEN HAYES Selftinel Managing Editor RICARDO KINSEY mer. Locally,' Sabrina is a Salem Cl'lurt h. As she moves forward and leaves behind family and friends, Sabrina is looking for ward to thechallenge and is eager to make some contribu tions to society ; Ricardo Marcel Kinsey has already left the city and is cur rently attending Infantry Of ficers Basic Course training at Ft. Benning, Ga. After four months of training, he will move on to a tour of duty in Ft. Riley, Kansas His com mitment to the service in cludes three years of active du ty and five years with the Reserves. Ricardo earned a bachelor's degree in Business tion. He was commissioned a 2nd Lt in the Army and was FAMU's Distinguished Honor Student. He completed Airborne Training in Ft. Benning in 1984. He is also a Mason. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Alma) Kinsey was en couraged to joiri the ROTC by his younger brother who was already a member. According CONGRATtJLATIONS GRADUATES WHY DO OUR CUSTOMER S PREFER TO SHOP "' Pak 'n $ave? *We Have The Lowest Prices In The Area *We Buy In Truck Load Quantities And Pass The Savings On To You I *We Have The Largest Produce Department In Florida *We Carry Only The, Finest Quality, Fresh Meat *We Have A Scratch Bakery With AU Your: Favorite Pastries *We Have An Excellent Seafood Dept. Pak 2525 N. DALE MABRY SERVING THE TAMPA BAY AREA SABRINA PRESTON to Mrs. Kinsey, the 1980 Tam pa Tech graduate has con sidered making the military a career. Twenty.:two year old Barbara o .,. Garrett will also be leaving the week. The ctaughter of Mrs Beverly Gar-0 > ,!'f! c., z f!l ...... .... ;j Ul rett will be to Ta-llahassee as a head counselor with FAMU's Up ward Bound Program. Shewill return to Tampa in !0 August with hopes of landing ff a job in this area. 1:1 The '81 graduate of Leto = High School received a degree in Office Administration tz, Management, and made the = honor roll. She was a member f of F AMU's track team and of = Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Going away to school gave = Ms. Garrett a feeling of ing: dependence. During her high ;. school years, she wanted t o at. c. tend a black college but being a member of FAMU 's Pro spect Group was one of the deciding factors in her decision. Her reason: "most o f the ; larger white colleges oon t have the one-to-one conta c t > like most black colleges, she 1:1 explained c. Her advice to those entering college for the first time: "put the books first and don't get too, wild. There's plenty time to socialize. She is a member of First Baptist Church of West 248-1921 You're tops, and everyone wishes you only the best: ROBINSON'S SCHOOL OF GYMNASTICS. 5911JOHNS RD TAMPA, FLA. 33td4 "" > tPl 1-j' ::c 1-3 tPl tPl z ................................................


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Guidance counselors are available to assess student needs and prescrit:,e an appropriate course of studies. For more in formation call 223-2507. The Hillsborough County Adult High School is approv ed fQr veterans' training. Isiaor A. Landeta is prin cipal. Chemical Engineering Fellowship Student GAINESVILLE Kermit Webb, one of the University of Florida's McKnight Fellowship winners, takes a break between classes at UF's chemical engineering building, seen in the background. The fellowship gives minority graduate students $10,000 a year for four years to complete graduate school. HAPPY ANNIVERSAR'( To MAIN STREET OPTICAL "Quality Eyewear At Low Prices" Thank you Tampa "4" Great Years Celebration Tlmel o"' All Frames In Stock Are Y20FF On Complete Orders l.,..r> Now$40 Come Early For BEST Selection 2001 N. Armenia Avenue (4 Blocks North Of 1-275) Call 253-0527 Medicaid & Medicare Accepted WASHINGTON -The number of minority students getting financial tid to attend public colleges dropped 12.4 percent between the 1981-82 and 1983-84 academic years, according to a survey released Sunday by a state college association. ''These findings clearly show that we need to increase student aid, not cut it further as the Reagan administration is proposing," said Allan W. Ostar, president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, which commissioned the study. "While costs continuing to climb, the of aid that the lowest income students depend on the most grants is Ostar said. Jacob 0. Stampen, a University of Wisconsin education professor who con ducted the study for the association by reviewing financial aid records of more than 10,000 students, called the trend "disturbing." Earlier this year, the association issued a study that found the proportion of black high school graduates going on to college fell 11 percent between 197 5 and 1981. The College Board also reported recently that despite dramatic gains in high school graduation rates for black students in the past two decades, '"college attendance and completion -rates have declined for blacks since 1975." Stampen's report found an increase in aid going to stu dents who were older, attend ing part-time and married. However, a large majority of aid recipients roughly 90 percent were single and enrolled full-time. Stampen suggested several possible reasons why fewer blacks are getting aid. College students in-creasingly have had to rely on loans, not grants, in the past decade and many minority students, brought up in poverty, "have strong aver sions to assuming debt," Also, reports or proposed federal cutbacks may have discouraged minorities from seeking aid, even when Congress refused to go along with the cuts. And some minority students may have been put off by stiffer academic standards Another possible explanation is that "cuts in other domestic programs affecting minorities, such as housing, have caus ed (these) students to drop out" to help support their families, he said. Although the vast majority of grants are based on stu dents' needs, Stampen found nearly a one-third increase in the number of grants on scholastic merit. His survey indicated that 609 3o3 minority students a1a 'm the 1981-82 academic year, and 533,596 received help during the 1983-84 academic year. Roughly 30 percent of the college students almost 3-million got aid from : : sources outside their families, including federal and state governments and their own institutions. The number of recipients fell 2 3 percent during the two years, and the volume of aid fell 7 percent, from $7 .2-billion to $6.7 billion. IT S QFTEN MATTER OF DEGREE At HILLSBOROU(;H COMMUNITY COLLEGE, you can earn a two-year degree in more than 40 career fields ... while taking classes at your convenience. An Associate in Science Degree will prepare you for immediate entry into today's job market. With an Associate in Arts Degree, you can transfer as a junior into a four-year institution. There's no time like now to plan your future! Call the HCC campus nearest you for more information, or write to the HCC Communications Office at P .0. 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. c "'CS = < WASHINGTON Secretary of Labor William E. Brock announced he has ac cepted the post of honorary chairman of the United Negro College Fund's (UNCF) first annual Job Fair, to be held June 11, 1985, at the U .S. Department of Labor, here. "I am very pleased to have this opportunity to participate in such an important project, which is designed to increase employment opportunities for students and graduates of the nation's 43 UNCF schools," Brock said. The labor secretary express ed appreciation to Arthur A. Fletcher, chairman of the 1985 Washington UNCF Cam paign, for inviting him to head the event and urged Washington, D.C., area employers from both the public and private sectors to attend. The fair will be held in the first-floor Great Hall of the Frances Perkins Department of Labor Third Street and Constitution Avenue, N.W. "The Job Fair is results oriented. I expect it to be highly successful in boosting employ ment among qualified black college graduates by bringing them together with employers who can use their skills," Brock said. He noted that large numbers of black college-trained workers in the Washington D.C., area have recently been reported to be experiencing difficulties obtaining jobs commensurate with their qualifications. "The UNCF Job Fair is one way to help assure that the talent s of black workers are utilized effectively for the benefit of their families and the community Is No Factor (Continued From Page 12-8) she resides for the extra sup por t the y gave to h er. S h e a l so c redit s her kids for being under s tanding. "For them it was just fun," she said of the 12 an d 10 year aids. "Once I s tarted s chool and my parents were behind me IOOOJo, I felt that I had to make it work. Had it been a flop, I would have hurt a lot of peo ple." Ms. Jenkins is a member of the Pentecostal of God Holiness -Church, Sulphur Springs, and she enjoys ceramics classes at Maxine's Ceramics. To Place Cancel = Or Correct o CLASSIFIED ADS I>ial 248-2825 ; or \ a ers 20% to 25% Off all Royale-Air sport shirts for men. We have the casual-wear designed to give Dad the best i n quality. value and fit. Choose knit tops by Royale-Air' and Par Four' And great-looking slacks are also on sale. Reg. Sore Striped knit top ... .................... 521 16.80 Solid knit top ...... ..... ............. 518 14.40 Knittop ........................ ....... '16 11.99 J.T. Beckett slacks ........... ........ 535 27.99 Par Four sportshirt .................. s16 9.99 Par Four short .... .. ................. 16 11.99 Par Four belted short ... ............ '20 14.99 25% oH all continental slacks. Sale prlceaeHectlve thru Saturday, June 15. J Penney WEST SHORE PLAZA UNIVERSITY SQUARE EASTLAKE SQUARE f-t 248 3033 St. Petersburg Pinellas Park Clearwater Clearwater New Port Richey TYRONE SQUARE PINELLAS SQUARE COUNTRYSIDE MALL SUNSHINE MALL SOUTHGATE CENTER


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COPING By Charles W. Faulkner The Soltuion: Brainwash Blacks With Hypnotherapy You are probably startled whites. The negative self the title of this column, and image has given blacks a life even picture it as some span that is ten years shorter of mysticism. You may than that of whites. The syn a mysterious prodrome of self-hatred has vir requiring the use of tually squashed black pro-.s.p. or, perhaps psychosurgery. None of these perceptions is accurate. In short, I recommend a procedure of brainwashing that has been perfected, has had great success, is easily utilized, is used everyday by advertisers and promotional experts, is comfortable and wonderfully relaxing, is en joyed immensely by everyone who has used it, and was ap proved by the American Medical Association (AMA) in ;: 1957 I refer to hypnotherapy, = a procedure for improving = behavior which I have used in combination with counseling to improve the lives of I thousands of people in my counseling clinic. I have replaced the lace of confidence with great confidence. But, before going any fur ther let me tell you why hyp notherapy is needed to im prove the plight of peo ple in America. Simple: the mo s t powerful obstacle in the way of black progress is self hatred. Traditional racism is so all-encompassing that in ad diti on to keeping the masses of blac k s from accomplishing muc h it has made many blacks think they lack the in nate c apability to accomplish ver y much. Most blacks accept thei r p light as inevitable. It is as i f 1ey say to themselves, "I ha vt" t accomplished very mu., b ut I won't wcrry about it. I Jn't have the ability to do v y well because all black peop l e were born inferior 0" That little voice has virtually destwyed black motivation, black hope and black effort. Unf o r tunately, if the average black youngster was to sud denl y and mysteriously be pro vide ( .vith the opportunity to wor k i l a prestigious firm, he woul u probably turn down the opportunity. Fear of failure would be the determining fac tor T h e feeling of inferiority have made progress for blacks twice as hard as it is for gress. Thus, the problem of better ment for blacks transcends the racial institutions of America and now rests in the psychological orientation of black people. Traditional forms of racial betterment have failed terribly after a flicker of success in the 60s. Now, with the current ad ministration no longer in terested in black people and meticulously eroding black progress, blacks must save themselves. A complete psychological reorientation is a necessity. And, such a reorientation must take place before significant black pro gress is realized. Blacks must believe that they can rise in American society. Belief is that idea upon which you are prepared to act. If you believe that you are "not good enough," your behavior will be subpar, below-average, inferior. Every subpar performance will strengthen the feeling of in feriority and make future ef forts even less successful. Psychological inferiority feeds upon itself. On the other hand, if you feel good about yourself, you are_likely to go forward with full speed ahead, allowing no obstacle to stand in your way and taking advantage of every opportunity. The Jews did it. The orientals are now doing it. When blacks believe that they can achieve on the level of whites, they will achieve because they believe they can and that belief will be automatically translated. into action. But the massive racial self-hatred is so deeply ingrained that it controls the subconscious, habituated behavior of most blacks. They have been treated as inferiors for such a long time that in hibition, restraint, insecurity and stress control black behavior even when they don't 713 A S. HOWARD AVENUE OPEN SUN., MON., THURS., FRI 10 AM-6:30PM CLOUD SATURDAY DOUBLE BREASlED SUITS .. 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Encourage Talk Eye contact, a smile, a nod and one-word response indi-cate understanding if not agreement. Keep questions brief, open and friendly, but try to avoid "why" questions. Children don't always know all the reasons behind their ac tions and feelings and open ended questions won't help. Often, repeating an importhink about it or realize that it is occurring. tant idea your young teen has expressed, but in a tentative way, draws the child out. "It sounds like your feelings were hurt when she said that." "You must feel very proud to have done that. Am I right?" Try to Empathize Understanding others begins with empathy, putting oneself into their shoes, as we will see. Empathizing'.With the adolescent takes imagination and patience. But try to focus on underlying feelings your youngster may be finding dif ficult to express. Demonstrating empathy helps you both understand the youngster's actions and reac tions better. Listen With Respect React to your child as you would to an adult friend. Grownups tend to do most of the talking when conversing with young people. Listen as much as you talk. After speak ing for half a minute or so, stop and let your youngster have a chance, and accept the fact adolescents are com plainers. Let them get their grievances off their chests. Try not to interrupt or push a topic they don't want to discuss. Listening is certainly one of the most important skills of parenthood. It builds closeness. It also helps young people release pentup emo tions and strengthens their own ability to make decisions and solve their own problems. Next week Talk So They'll Listen. I would like to go back make mention of the about youth activities for Summer. I'm sorry to say that the community's response was very poor. After this summer passes and you learn that your teenage daughter is pregnant or your teenage son is on drugs, don't blame yourself or them. 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By Mary Hatwood Fatrell, nea National Education Senior prom and graduation-driving madness. The carnage night. A time for friends will cease only when we family and togetherness. A develop a srategy of deter time for corsages and bouton-renee, and, Con nieres; for the tux and the gress has already begun to gown and nostalgia and anmove. A new federal law__... efticipation and celebration. fective a year from next Oc Party time. And, too often, a tober _: requires all states to time of tragedy. raise the legal drinking age to The car and the bottle -a 21 or face a cut in their federal toxic" mix. Teenage drunk drivhighway subsidies That's a _. ing has become a national beginning; .but hardly an epidemic, an epidemic that ultimate solution maims, scars, kills. The in Richard Towers, director of ebriated young driver makes alternative and supplementary the automobile a letha_ programs for Maryland's weapon: In our nation s 15-to Montgomery County school 19-year-old population, the district, insists that total com leading cause of death is now munity involvement offers the alcohol-related motor vehicle only real hope of curbing t een .:: drinking and driving. Tower s A survey of almost 47 ,000 also reminds us that students t eenagers conducted last year themselves may be our mo s t ; by the Institute for Highway potent allies in the fight Q Safety found that 25 percent against drunk driving: Kids = of male teenagers over 15 listen to kids. and 14 percent of their female One example: Two years regularly drink and ago a Montgomery County And more than perteenager drank too much, of these teens consider 70 jumped in his car and within per hour a safe cruising moments caused an accident find these statistics a .,,J"" ""' of anguish. I find haunted by a line from British poet Siegfried You are too young to asleep 1orever. And I too, ol the long struggle wage to prepare clhu11Pn tc for fulfilling lives as learners. The.re is no after high-speed im. I am saddened by the of talent, of potential, humanity. Then sadness and anguish way to outrage. And I myself. questioning our c:orlr1PJV'S glorifiCatiOn Of the hour and our tolerant, or even amused, reaction to a friend who has "a few too many: But I don't for a moment that my moral indigna will somehow halt this na disgrace, this drunk that left three people dead: As part of his sentence, the stu dent was ordered to discuss his experience other students. Today, at schoolwide assemblies throughout the state, this young man's teen audiences pay more-than-casual attention to his simple and straightforward warning:, Don't and drive. Period. A similar program is in place at Maryland's Glenelg High School, where NEA member Don White advises a group called Students Helping Other. People (SHOP). SHOP works with teachers and parents to set up prom night telephone hotlines. SHOP ac tivists leave flyers advertising this hotline on the windows of all student cars, and, on prom night, parent and teacher volunteers wait by the phone. Poetry===== 'N ======Prose DAYTONA Dr. Jake C. Miller, professor of political science at BethuneCookman College, has been nominated for the 1985 Na tional Professor of the Year award presented annually by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). Dr. Oswald P. Bronson, president of B-CC, describes Dr. Miller as "An individual possessing unusual and highly Names TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Joy Bryon, a iong-time radio and TV personality has resign ed the position of Director of 'Public Affairs at Central Florida's WESI-l-TV, Channel 2, to accept the of Director of Rela_: tions at Florida A&M Univer sity .in Tallahassee. She ceeds Bob Allen who served the position for 14 yeais and who assumed a new position at the University of South Florida. Bryon, who was an adjunct instructor at Cookman was employed with WESH since 1975. Bryon is the daughter ot retired teacher Rev. Rose Marie Bryon. If students have problems get ting to or from the prom, or if they're traveling with someone who's drinking, they can call the hotline (no question asked) and be assured of a safe ride. Staff at Glenelg also pass out "contracts" to students attendi ng proms. With these contracts, students make pledges to their dates: "This is a special evening for you and me. I will not ruin it by drinkMEMO RIES ing and driving. I'm asking you to do the same thing." As I walk through the park with my hands in my I find that pledge inspiring. pocket As its core is the kind of I think of all the love we share and all the mutual respect and self-respect memories we hold deep down inside that may be precisely what our Memon es of our love fill my mind and I long to young people need to turn tl away from the self-have you by my side so pure hearted and gen e destructiveness of drinking And I trust you never guessing at the dark secrets and driving. I'm confident we held behind that if we. work to help young But my body and heart betrayed me and I sur-people develop that attitude of rend ered completely to your sweet embrace. respectfulness and if we work Z b b 1 d with them to develop rules Because love is not only love itself ut emg ove rooted in common sense, we by someone and that someone is you and I. We d -A nrom nigh ts commendable scholarly qualities. Dr. Miller is compe tent, dedicated, cooperative, and labors untjringly on behalf of the college the students. Additionally, Dr. Miller is a wholesome fluence in the institution ing those positions designed clarify communication blems withotJt compromising his own integrity and convic tions." During the Bet!.une Cookman faculty awards ceremony held in March, Dr. Jake Miller wa5 presented award for Excellence Research. Later in April, was selected by his peers "Faculty Member of Year" for 1984-85. Dr. Miller has been widely publicized by the research and study he had done on Haitians and the couptry of H.aiti. He has also written a book entitled The Plight of the Haitian Refugees. Commuter Scholarships Offered At Bethune DAYTONA BEACH Dr. O s wald P Bronson president of Bethune-Cookman College, recently announced the establishment of a scholarship to help defray the cost of tui tion for commuter freshmen and new stuge_J}tS who attend B-CC. A one-half tuition scholar ship will be offered to stu. Clent who is a freshma,n or new 'Student commuter, with a score of 900 or above on the Scholastic Aptitude test (or the A'meric a ;t c 6 neg or has # t,. t. achieved 3 0 grade point average in the following high school courses: 3 credit s in mathematics, 3 credits in science, 3 in English, and 1 credit in hi s tory. The scholarship will include the State of Florida Tuition Voucher and the remainder will be absorbed-by the college after filing the appropriate financial aid forms. For futher information, you may contact the admissions office at (904) 255-1401, exten sion 333. A GREAT DAY! YOUR DAY I YOU SHOULD BE PROUD, BECAUSE WE ARE! S. Agliano & Sons Fish Company J82J 7TH AVENU.E 248-2187 f-4 deserve each other. on become nightmareL ----...


...................... ......................................... Study: a Black Children Losing Ground In America WASHINGTON ____ : : Black The' mothers of black facts taken from governchildren are losing ground in children are less likely today to ment statistical reports American society; according hav e proper medical care dur"draw a portrait of the conti. to : a new study by the ing pregnancy, and are more nuing inequality that denies Children's Defense Fund likely to be unmarried or to million& of i (CDF). The group said condiunder age 20, the group said black children." t.n tions an< such that the poverty One of the pwents is more At the same time, she of6lack children is essentially likely to be unemployed, and some statistics indicate that guaranteed "for the the child himself-is more likely the trend will continue for a foreseeable futl,!re." today to be unemployed as a long time. The fund, a liberal lobbying teen-ager. In 1950, she said, only 18 group for child welfare, said If he graduates from high percent of black infants were Reagan administration budget school, the black child is lessborn to an unwed mother; in cuts since 1980 have reduced ; likely today to go on to col1982, she said, more than 55 federal spending in "survival lege. percent of black infants were programs" for poor families The college statistic is born out of wedlock Among and children by $10-billion a dramatic, because whites and infants born to black teenyear, and the cuts are showing blacks were virtually equal not agers, 36 percent of the in grim statistics. long ago. In 1977, 50 percent mothers were unmarried in The group said black of black high school graduates 1950; by 1982, that figure was children are more likely today and 51 percent of white high 86 percenC \ to be born in poverty than five school graduates enrolled in years ago. college; by 1982, the white "For 30 out-of' Since 1979, the group said, figure was up slightly, to 52 wedlock ratios have GAINESVILLE-Gloria Bryan recipient of the fi'rst the perce,ntage of black percent; the black figure had inexorably," Ms. Edelman scholarship awarded in honor of the famed black author, children i1;1 poverty in femaledropped sharply to 36 percent. said. "They have now reached Zora Neale Hurston hopes to improve health care for headed families has increased, Marian Wright Edelman, levels that essentially minorities by studying medial anthropology at the Universi-as has the percentage inpoverCDF president, released the guarantee the poverty of black ty of Florida. ty in two-parent homes. results of the study Monday at children for the foreseeable oo We. salute your achievementsand wisb' one. a -nd all contiribed success. MARLON LEWIS PLACE I 25.02 N. OPEN FROM 3 P. M. TIL 3 A. M. --------------------------------------------3 Crawford .. & Crawford Partners In Law,. Love Miami as a Vista voiunteer after college. "We had an ali day training session together and, no t long after, we applied to law school -we got 01,1r ac ceptance letters the same :r I = = MIAMI Today it's of .ficial. The legal term .of Crawford and Crawford is in business. But (or dozens of abused children, the married te,ilm already has been a help ing hand a l the end of the long rm of the law. Evan and Michele Crawford, a Liberty City cou ple who graduated from the University of Miami Law School, have spend the past four years in the Guardian Ad Litem program, a volunteer, court-sponsored organization that guides abused children through the legal system. "At first we worked together on all the cases,'' said Evan, 30, who was born in Anguilla in the East Carib bean. "We learned about j!ach other and we learned how important the legal process was.'' and Michele met while they were working at the Fam .ily and child Enr i chment Center, a comij1unity mental health' center Another employee told them about the guardian prograll}. and they were hooked on law and love. "We had 'something of a whirlwind romance," s aid Michele, 26, who came .to day." -... = = c::r ;: c:a. In the program1 has about 150 volunteers, the Crawfords have worked in every of the juvenile justice process 1l "In the cou.rt system, the child has no one to say what is best for him,'' Michele ''We don't take but just try to look at what is best for the child and the parents.:'' They conduct awkward and someHmes painful interviews with parents, who might be ruled unfit to keep their children. They also sit with children in court and try to shield them from bewildering and threatening questions "When we were in school, our work in the program kept things in perspective." Evan said. "Law didn't just seem like empty theory.'! One month before law school started in the fall of 1982, Evan : and were married Evan and Michele both won full scholarships, but they s -till had to work to pay for living I = =-.....


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"-a Communist for the FBI'': 2 wds. 1 24. Angry, 25. Food staple Of Zaire or Ghana __ Animo ns, of music 27. Ordeals at Marva Collins' school 28. Explosive device 29. "Up, Up__ .. (5th Dimension hit) 30. "__Man" Crothers of "Chico and the Man" 31. Texas city 32. __ and raves, carries on 33. "Dorothy" in ''The Wiz" (movie) 35 lessen "Backstairs at the White House'' .. 38. __ Vaughan, famed singer 39. Status for Lena Horne or Sammy ; Davis, for short 41. Gets out of shape, as a record 42. Erroll __ memorable pianist 43. Mr. T, e.g.: Hyph. wd 44. Rear, serve as parent 45. Happen 46. Mate ri a _l_f-or_!:d_ die Mur phy 47. "--can you see ": 2 wds. 48. Ernie __ WWU journalist 49. Two, pa!r SO. Son, Norse God of Mischief 52. Miliiary school for "Chap-pie" James, e.g. : Abbr. 53. Coretta KlDg, __ 54. Military ranks: Abbr. ( C) MCMLXXXIV Puzzle Syndicat e ALL Rights Res erved (See Answers On Page 30-B) EYES EXAMINED LENSES Dr. Wallace Hay OPTOMETRIST Paying ( ustomers & Medicaid Accepted 876-1491 vy. Ave. TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL PREVIEW Stevie Plays His Own Keys Of Life r;>uring his cable television concert, musical legend Stevie Wonder sang a musical ttj buie to Marvin Gaye. He reveals the-: unusual oiigin of that sqqg_, "Lighting. Up The ciindle$, '! on television's TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL .., TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL is America's longestrunning and top-ran ked Black-Affairs television series. It has been sponsored by Pepsi-Cola Company for nine consecutive years. .idevised nationally on public television, the program will be seen in this area on WEDU-3 at 7 P.M. on 'on this edition, "Stevie Sun., June 9, and on W9!lder Plays His Own Keys WUSF-16 June 8 at 3 P.M. Of. Life," he talks abouthis In this provocative and premonition a 'few hours revealing interview, the viewer before Gaye's death when he wi 1 glimpse a Stevie Wonder wrote his new hit-to-be tribute rarely .. seen by public. to Marvin Gaye. He calls the Dirfct in his approach of life, song an omen: "There have Stevie Wonder speaks out been a few times tha:t I've writabout his blindness, his ten songs prior to something spirituality, his close brush happening. Up The with death and how he uses Candles' was a song that I music to express himself and wrote -no more than 18 his love for humanity. hours before Marv::-. qied." One area that )le discusses is He adds: "The song, I really his rolt; in getting Martin think, puts in one-lyric form Luther Ki .ng's birthday the essence of how I saw what declared a national holiday. we have to' do, in life. Being in The program features video life within itself is a gift, is a clips from his tribute to Dr. treasure." King, THE WONDER OF STEVIE WONDER -Host Tony Brown (right) traveled to California to talk with musical legend Stevie Wonder in his multi-million dollar recording studio in Hol_ lywood. In one of his most Jntriguing and revealing interviews, this genius discusses his up coming album, his premonition about Marvin Gaye's death, and his own brush with death on "Stevie Wonder Plays His Own Keys Of Life. .TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL, the na tion's longest-running and top-ranked Black-Affairs televi sion series, has been funded by Pepsi-Cola Company for nine consecutive years and is aired in this area on WEDU-3 at 1 P.M. on Sunday, June 9, and on Saturday, June 8, at 3 P.M. PHONE 876-7933 2308 KATHLEEN 879-434 1 TAMPA, FLORIDA


Entertainment A Slice Of Americana In Bill Withers Latest Video The video of "Oh Yeah!, that draws on the type of the hit single from Bill American wholesomeness one Withers' latest Columbia would find in a Nornian Records release, Watching Rockwell painting. "We tried You, Watching Me, has wrap. to capture Bill Withers the ped up its production phase 'American folk artist,' exand now can be seen on major plains producer Meza. Meza video outlets around the coungoes on to describe the video try. Withers scripted the as "a lighthearted love story video for "Oh Yeah!, a featuring Americans, young musiCal celebration of love and old, in various scenes of featuring an infectious groove love." and Withers' transcendent 1 dd' h I n a 1t1on to narratmg t e vocals. The tune entered video, Withers plays many difBitlbmzrds' Top 50 R&B ferent roles, including that of with a. im.... un_s:le{lt a family din med1ately followmg 1ts release. ner anda s a concerne d Collaborating with Withers polic'einan on patrol at Lovers' on this project were longtime Lane. Joining Withers in the film and video producer video are some of the most Meza (Peter Wolfs' "Lights established New York actors Out"), and director Bill and actresses currently Mason. The Meza-Mason working in film and theater team are responsible for recent today. videos by two other Columbia Records artists, The Manhat"Nobody is writing music tans ("You Send Me'') and like Withers; he's got a style of Process And The Doo Rags his own," proclaims Meza. A ("Stomp And Shout''). unique American artist, a To apture the virtuous and distinctive American produc tender,' spirit of "Oh Yeah!," tion, the videq Qf-8111 Withen' Meza, Mason, and Withers "Oh y o u decided to depict love in a style feel good. _..,....._."!" .---..-.. ''We Salute The 1 Ort{ds '': We hope you will always find success. THE ORIGINAL KING TWO LOCATIONS: 2132 Main Street 253-2569 3.501 1. Hlllboro Ave. 238-0401. (Next To Plua Hut) Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Henry Proprietors AuditionsThe Playmakers, profes sional theatrein-residence at the Cuban Club in Ybor City, will hold auditions for its sum mer production Album on Monday, June lOth and Tues day, June lith at 7:30p.m. Album, by David Rimmer is a bright and warm comedy about four teenagers coming of age in the 1960s. The pro duction will be directed by RayfielcJ and will run from August 2nd through August 25th. The production requires two young meq and two young w 0 men. Auditioners shoul'd prepare a one minute contem-. porary monologue and schedule an audition appoint ment. All actors will be com pensated. For more information and to audition appoint-ments, contact The Playmakers at 248-6933. Stageworks at the Italian Club, corner of .7th Avenue & 18t. h Streets in Ybor is holding auditions for Southern Ex posures, four contemporary one acts: Graceland, Herbert the Illrd, The Enchanted Mesa & Rupert's Birthday. Roles include two men: age 35-40, one black, one white; five women: two age 35-40, one black, one white; two age 40-50; one .ige l7 Audition dates: 'June u; 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m.; June 12, 7 p.m.-10:30 p.m. By appointment. Call: 251-8984 or 248-5064, leave name and number. Por tions of scripts available. ProduCtion dates : July 19-August 4, Fridays-Sundays. Directors: Anita Jeski. and Anna Bren nen. African Benefit Sold Out NEW r YORK ...:... Singers Leontyne Price and Simon Estes sold out Carnegie Hall in New York for a "Concert of Concern" to aid Red Cross relief efforts in Africa. Miss Price, the renowned sopr.ano, recently made her farewell appearance with the Metropolitan Opera. Estes is a bass baritone who most recently starred at the Met as Porgy in "Porgy and Bess. Proceeds from Friday night's concert, where tickets sold for $25 to $100 each, will go to 27 African nations af fected by drought, said Fred Yaeger, a spokesman for the Red Cross of Greater New York. rn\)&") L!. CBS Records Makes $6.5 Million Initial Payment To USA For NEW YORK -CBS Records has made a $6.5 million initial payment to USA for Africa, the non-profit foundation set up to channel funds to suffering people in Africa and the United States. The sum represents the company's net proceeds to date from U.S. sales in March of the Columbia Records single "We Are The World.' The presentation was made by Walter Yet nikoff, right, President, CBS/Records Group, and AI Teller, left, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Columbia Records, to Event Ken Kragen, center, in ceremonies at CBS headquarters here. CBS Records' arrangement with USA for Africa calls for future payments from sales We Are The World" recor'dings-7-inch sinKie, 12-inch single, LP and cassette....,.. to be. "\q:tade quarterly. All CBS Records International net proceeds will go to the foundation's African famine-relief efforts. (Ten percent of U.S. net proceeds will be reserved to aid the hungry and homeless in the United States.) Total worldwide sales of "We Are The World" have passed 7.3 million singles and 4.4 million a!bums. The album is just now appearin2 in many international markets. On May 3, ''We Are The World" became the first single to be certified multi platinum under the new standards set by the RIAA (Recording lndusti-y Association of America), for U.S. sales of more than lf = = m. I = = -= "'c:: = c:r =-a. < = > = Q. .. four million units. In April, the album was certified gold, platinum, and multi-platinum, the first time a has t1i:1 been certified in all cate2ories in one month. S. I -Philip Michael Thomas Of Miami Vice e =


. E-1 to i .c: fiJ .... -..1::1 :::I """ = .... -. = = .... = = JOE SIMON Totally blind, Carter, an Alabama native has been honored with three Gold Record Awards for million selling s!ngles including S lip A way, Too Weak T o Fig ht, and Pat c hes. He got his pro fessiona f start like niany R&B artists ,in the gospel field and at one time was half of the soul duo, Clarence and Calvin. They cut their first single in 1960, I Wanna Dan c e. Smooth singing Joe Simon just keeps coming back with hits. The former Grammy CLARENCE CARTER Phone Your News 248-1921 ANSWERS TO CROSSWORD PUZZLE I For more than two decades each, Clarence Carter and Joe Simon have presented several rhythm and blues hits to the musical audience. Award winner did great things was born in Simmesport, with Chokin' Kind. Louisiana, a small town outThis musically gifted Virgo side Orleans; His beginn' This Saturday, June 8, the two musical artists will be in concert at Ft. Homer Hesterly Armory beginning at 8 p.m. Spot ing years were lean, but somehow he has managed to Works maintain his success. Go Be sure to catch these musical artists at the Armory Saturday night. (C) MCMLXXXIV Puzzle Syndiclte All Riahts Reserved BL.UE FL.A. ME BAR.8-.QUE & I.OUNGE 1523 Grace St. 251-9173 Presents THE PARTS UNKNOWN BAND& CLIMMIE "8. 8. KING" JOHNSON MASTER OF THE BLUES ID. Required Game Room D 'lsco By "DR. J." THE D.J. Friday& Saturday 9 P.M.-2 A.M. NO COVER C.HARGE FRI. & SAT. -.DOUBLE DECKER LOUNGE 1001 Cass .Street PH. 251-3498 HAPPY HOUR 5:00 TILL 7:00P.M. TwoforOne Po_or Only Mon. Thrv Fri. Ladies Night Night 8:00 10:00 .FREE FOOD LOW PRICES MATURE CROWO Jack Fisher, Manager > A t t ACT ONS STARTS 9 P.M. ;: .. YOUR O.J FLOYD "JQY! RIVERS NEW L:OU N GE 614 Nebrasko A -venue, Florida TUESDAY NIGHT WTMP RADIO. NITE Wednesday Night ladies Night_ Free Ac{miss_ion Free Drin. ks Thursday Night. New Lounge Swimsuit Contest Cash Prizes Week Finals August 1, 1985 CaJ I John Friday & Saturday DISCO D.J.,''JAY JAY'' ALL ACTION STARTS AT 9 P.M


Court suit filed last week, After winning three American party given honor. The : the assault took place Jan. 29 Music Awards that night, suit seeks $2 million in ; outside Carlos 'N' Charlie's Prince,26, arrived with an en-pun1t1ve damages and Y OUR HOROSCOPE ARIES (3-21/4-19): It may take a tactful footwork to make your mate forgive a recent wild burst of trav.agance. Bend over backward put the budget back in shape and vow to curb your spending in TAURUS (4-20 /5-21)): Y.ou have fin all y put an c!d love behind you. So strike out in totall y new field s to dispel the doldrum s. Looking back got you Take your futur e in your own capable hand s. GEMINI (5-21/6-20): Shooting stars burn out the fastest. Slow the pace to a s im ple trot. You are already well ahead of the pack and can af ford a more leisuref y life CANCER (6-2117-22): It exercise patience ; ana give it more time, your original judg ment, and investnierlt,' be justified. "" SCORPIO U0-23/11-2.): A romance a S&gittariari ,.is not likely to bring you h apWy' im Roberl Mills Jr. and Cind, Mills claim in the Superio'r Whatever You Need .Classified Has It. restaurant on Sunset Strip. tourage at the restaurant for a unspecified general damages. TV GUIDE FRIDAY JUNE 7, 1985/ BROADCAST ITIWiDO \1./(N$1 IT\wxK awns ,_, Geed Mwnlng CBS Miming !lOWS =er 30. Frm DY T,,rnzw 45 w .. ther Geed Morning 44 Kids Clull s::: J!epeye : : Dietl Van Great --v-Pili Dit Sint l?,ifthUi Tic Tu l?,ifthue c,, HiPi 30 Ted..,'s Anything Pw 1 Love 45 speca.t Money Lucy 1 2 't::lltlng f!ws '!ws 30 Antiques Allin T.1le L,,tvlng 45 Pmlly 1 oo Slikesper .Dvs "All My !"'VS 9ur 45 .. 300 .. 15 ... 30 .. .45 .. 4 .00 Audion 15. 'IS 30 .. 45 30 45 lrnby Jones RockfOrd !lies tp:s.H Tnl .. Live Ginerl !;fospltal Cnnon Pollee !tory PuiW !"lust Guiding pght Hour ThrH's ComJNny Wlld1 Wlla 1 Love Lucy Movie: "Modm Inspector Gadget Jim ill-St., Bllh Pmlly Feud Ryn's HOJN All My One Life !Live G-rl !;fospltl ., Hour Tic Tc Del ugh News Eejht Is lib Newhrt Divorce Court Movie: : 'Caravlns" ':_Unbtones Scoeby Doo '!oltron 6 00 Auction News News DIH'rent '!ws Too Clow NBC News ABC News For Comfort 45 .. News R.P.M. 7 :: IS News. M:U.H WKRP In 30 S.le Of The People's nter-C.rol ThrH's 45 c.ntury Court tlnmont Burnett CtmJNny Detroit ... ____ '5 Hrd At" : : Toronto .. BlueJvs 9 .. '! ..., Summer s .. ''"'' Reunion" 1 0 00 Mlml ---------.. w.=ws=----:: ... .. u Zene Spurrier :: !Jtht '-ABC News f!'WS Night ABC News Str .. J Nlfhtllnt Gllery N)fhtllnt Trek 12 oo l!lurre MiVIF. l.ac Aidls 45.,.15 ........ :Btccllccle" ..., .. Redia Mnlt: f!ews JUNE 8, 1985/ BROADCAST m WEDO IT\ wxK \1./(N$1 7H 800 New 15 Lltw1cy .30 New 45 Literacy 9 00 Siutliiin IS Lndsupes 30 Gtvrmtt 45 CHill 10. Mr. rHn 15 Thumll 30 1T: 30 Jey Of 45 Palntl, 12 00 Creative 15 CMklng 30AIIIIII .. 45 ChiM 1 00 Frugl 15 Gelirmet 30 Leulsln 45 CMkln' 2 00 luctliil 15 'IS 30 45 H 30 45 N 30 45 H MereRel People Kids, Inc. Pink Pnt!Mr Alvln&The Chipmunks Kldd Video Mr. T Secret's Of !UCCftS Tennis French !?JNn .. !iiiliill RIWTSP I.U!I(...C:I IRWTVT l.!.li!lccasJ Breath Of Lift '5eldoscepe Yeutll &You VII .. Allegre PuppY's Gref llskiHI Adventure SuJNr Gtt Along friends Gnt SCary SCooby .. k Funnln Littles Ale WMkond Laverne& Movei "The Sinfiril And Sen Haw II Flvt-f fl Wide Wtrld Of Pryor's Place Movie: "The Ltve Bot'' lUte Racing lnternat'l Race Of Btlmont Stakes n (U)wFtS ,_, lncredlllle !;fulk '!trestllng Dniet Movie: "Buster & Movie: "Sergent ilue Movie: "De Not !lsturll" tiillwxLf l:!.!!'c...c:J Medlcl Viewpoint SuJNrfrlends SUJNr flienjls MightY Orlltb Turllt Teen Scry SCooby Funnies ':;ittles ABC WHkend Amwlcan Bandstnd Auto Rclng ludwesler 500 Te .. Announced AINteur !exlng R Wide Wtrld Of News '!OWS Tom And Jerry Vottron arady .. unch My Fverlte Mrtln H.,dy Boys, Nncy Drew y R.P.M. Movie: "Crypt Of Movlr. "Liftle G!nP' .. kung ltthi Mevlft Puttln'On T11e Hits solla .. 7 ao N llfiitYiii Wliiil Of Dance r.J.M... Pevw Sentinel's Top 10 A'ibums 45 .. P-CJeM.Up Mivli: TJ !INlier > = c. "" ::::!. I S ft. : ,=:' "ii!-... ... Up .... r11.ry l. Around The World In A Day ; Prince tt's v-. 2. The Nighllfo"ellln Love .. J andross 9 : : C1 tm ltvt UIPl "Cl J. otamond L ife .. ... Sad ll trwtk liNt,, ,...._... 4. .. Kool & The Gang PllnliJ A: !'I! S W A T 1 0 80 J!iiiifii Pliiiii Mldiiy Pliiilii P. e re heWorld ti.S.A.For.-4/rka It OfUst s.thM's WI OfLnt -l 6. .. Beter/J Hills ("ops 1: :: ., !-"-!'"' !:-vn :C 7. Jesse Johnson's Revue Jesse Jolmson 11 oo liiWi lliWi NiWi Heney News ;i 8. Rhythm Of The Night .. ... Debarge 1 H : i=,_ ;;:::;;..., i:'ers -l 9. Can't Slop The Love .... Ma:.e ao Thlril !"& Wii11 Cildon The shrill Movie: 6 10. NiKhlshifl ...... Comi11odores t::c':""Y lrn 'r 9f June" "'Lost Z


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