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. Cops Deliver Baby In Car (SEE STORY ON PAGE 22-A) jgk RObber, 19, Nab ;:::; .- I ST News Fit To Print VOL. 40 NO. 56 r FLORIDA :./ entinel AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY _.._,. ""-..... 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday TAI\JPA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1985 / .. ... \ -PRICE 35 CENTS Fathers Are (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A) PASTOR IS INSTALLED FOR ST. JOSEPH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH IN PROGRESS VILLAGE The Rev; Isiah Baity has been installed as the pastor of St. Joseph Missionary Baptist Church in Progress Village. This service was held at Harris Temple United Methodist Church., and conducted by the Rev. Roosevelt Robinson, Jr., pastor of First Baptist Church of Progress Village. Deacons of First Baptist, trustees of St. Joseph, and ministers taking part in the service included, left to right, Donzell Hollomon, James Murphy, Charles Roberts, the Rev. Roosevelt Robinson, Jr., the Rev.lsiah Baity, the Rev. Charles Perry, and Troy Pittman.

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!--.G.-o_o_d ...... .... fl.! = Q :a .c Q Chester White of the City's Equal Employment tunity Office refers to pohce dispatchers as the "hub of the wheel of law enforcement. "Police dispatchers serve a very critical and important function to police departments across this nation," he ex -.,. IDA MCWHITE Ida McWhite and Helen George can now consider themselves the "hubs" for the Tampa Police Department. Both have assumed positions a s Communication Techni cians I. = ''They do not wear the respective uniform of the \.:). various departments which I they serve," White stated, "but in a realistic sense .c fl.! .c :s == Q,l -HELEN GEORGE :;, McWhite and George will be directly responsible for dispat rnrur calls for police service, .9 receiving and evaluating calls c from citizeps, and maintaining necessary records and preparing reports as required." In White's opinion, it does take a special person to tackle these responsibilities. "These young ladies are equipped to respond to emergencies in a calm and con trolled manner, and maintain awareness of activity in an area of the city,'' the Employment Opporemployee maintained. White then added, "They also notify ambulances, fire rescue units and other emergency services; direct complaints to proper agencies when problems are not of a nature; and operate data terminals as well as machines to retrieve ..... .. nr information." Callie Mason has moved up within the ranks of the Branch a service component of City's Housing Inspections Community Services. She < now handling additional 0 secretarial duties. "During the three weeks f-<' Ms. Mason has been t5' employed, she has proven to < e ver lo al and Cl.o CALLIE MASON dependable,' observed Melvin J. Stone, Branch Manager. "She has exhibited very good secretarial skills, and I am very pleased with her work." According to Stone, Mason participates in informal sear ches and compiles data on assigned projects; attends meetings and conferences as a recording s ecretary; prepares reports, papers, resolutions, and other documents from in formation obtained; performs other clerical work required for a small or medium sized business; and exercises some clerical and administrative supervisio n. Teresa R. Terry's classification as an "enthusiastic employee" helped her secure a position and a promotion within the City's Redevelop ment Agency, as a Clerk Typist II. Fernando Noriega, Jr., Division Manager for the agency, explained that Terry was employed by the agency in February, 1984, under the Ci ty's CET A Program TERESA R. TERRY It was during this time, Noriega said, in which she ''was identified as a very en thusiastic employee and ac cepted training well. She con tinued to do volunteer work for the agency after her assign ment had terminated for well BY PATIY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer + over one year." The same enthusiastic quali ty was found in La Verne M. Griffin, who was recently pro moted to Clerk Typist III in the City's Water Department. "In the short time that Ms. Griffin has been here," began her su pervisor Jos eph W Habraken, Chief Operator o f the Water Department "she has done an outsta nding job in taking over the office. She has the resp ons ibility of seeing that the office runs smoothly, being that she is the only office personnel.'' Babraken explained, ''Among her duties are payroll, keeping the employee records current, and handlin g records managem e nt. Wh e n our office becomes com puterized, she will have to devise a system to fit our needs." Aceording to the chief operator, "I found her per so nalit y to be most pleasing and I felt that s he would be able to get along well with the employees. I also noticed that she's ambitious, self-confident and conscientious of her work, plus the fact that I had excellent reports from her previous supervisors." Other s who were recently promoted include R. J. Clark, now a Service Crew Supervisor II for the City of Tampa's Parks Department; and illie J. Barron, a Service Attenaant II for the City's Public Works Department Transportation Division. LA VERNE M. GRIFFIN According to the Parks Department's Assistant Superintendent Robert Up shaw, "Beyond being very alert in problem areas, I feel he (Clark) is an asset to this department. "He must ensure that the job is done appropriately EDWARDS Remodeling Service No Job Too Small Painting Carpentry Room Additions Dry WaiiNew Homes Roofing EDWARDS Air Conditioner Repairs ... owner Evangelist Edwards Is Back In Business. Calf Me. Credit Terms Available. 1 st John .1:17, Rut Whoever Has The Worlds Goods and Behold His Brother In Nee d And C loses His Heart Against Him, How Does The Love of&od Abide In Him? 1ST & 2ND MORTGAGES AVAILABLE : Ask For Mr. Edwards / Bus. 237-6900 Or Res. 237-6600, After 6 p ;M. prompt individual." such as trimming, pruning, mowing and keeping the parkways within their sta n dards as well as making sure spri nkling systems arc: in pro per working order," Upshaw explained. "He is both depen dabl _e! worker, and a Barron is considered the best at his position, which is leveling asphalt on the city st reet s "Mr. Barron has a very good feel for grading," stated Milton Willingham Service Crew Supervisor III. 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.... .............................. .................................. Young Father Realizes All Fathers Should Spend More Time a The Sacrifices His Parents Made With Children, Dad Says : thony attended local schools. c:: He graduated from King High Father's Day will be BY GWEN HAYES them places, show them things 2 with the class of 1975. celebrated Sunda, but as Sentinel Managing Editor and teach them things. My t'11 BY IRIS HOLTON The environment in which we are reared greatly affects our future. We often find little girls patterning themselves after their moms and little boys after their dads. Following graduation, Analways many will have forgotchildren and I always went to But no one actually knows how they will react to parent hood until they become a parent. Twenty-seven-year-old An thony Green had pre conceived ideas about pa renthood like most young men. However, those ideas gave way to reality when An thony and his wife, Carolyn, became parents 3 years ago. Anthony readily admits that some of his ideas were differnt from the actual art of paren thood. But his goals for his daughter, Estralita didn't change, they only intensified. Anthony draws great pleasure from watching his young daughter grow every day. "She's really a smart child. When I read to her at night she follows along and remembers the story easily 0" A native of Tampa, Anthony attended HCC and rna : ten it. For some reason, not a father, too <;lifferent sporting events. They jored in prevention and _<;Or-"" l)luch emphasis is placed on Many believe that today's were all reared in the church rections. He graduated .. third Sunday in June as it children are uncontrollable, and love the church. They that institution with an AA 'rs on the second Sunday in but Stephens says "if fathers went to parties and dances and degree in 1971,; May. Even so, a 72-year-old would spend more time with I didn't mind as long as it was Presently Anthonytis an ofTampa father believes that their children, they would done in a decent manner." ficer with the Tampa Police Father's Day is just as imporhave better control over Coming from a family of 10 DepartmenL The young man tant as Mother's Day. them." children (he's number eight), was drawn to law enforcement "If the fathers have had the He realized that there will Stephens is retired (in 1970) because he wanted to assist the right kind of relationship with always be single parent homes, after 29 years with Gardinier citizens of Tampa while better-their children, then the but states that "if there is Chemical Co. "I've always ing himself in the process. children will feel daddy is imanyway possible, the parents worked hard and traveled a As for Father's Day, Anportant, too," says Harper should try to stay together, or lot, but that was so I could thony says, "being a father Hinton Stephens, Sr. get together (if ,. they aren't provide for my children," he myself has made me realize all Stephens and his wife of 41 married). Two of anything is states. All have finished high the sacrifices that my parents years, Mrs. !della Stephens, a better than one and the child school, five have college made on my behalf. It also has beautician, are parents to eight needs both," he emphasized. degrees and all are made me realize how much joy children-five girls and three However, he states, "if you employed. a child can bring to a relationboys. must separate, do it in peace For the past nine years, he ship." Stephens has no problem and that will have an impact has operated Harper's SunThe son of Roscoe and calling off the names of his on the children's lives." dries on 28th St. and the corGloria Green, Anthony would childrtn and what each one Fathers have to do things ner of BMfalo Ave. The like to wish all the "true does professionally. That, he with their children take (Continued On Page 23-A) fathers" a happy father's day. says, is all due to the relationWhen not working, Anship he had with them. thony attends St. Luke AME He states that he was a stern Church with his family. And; disciplinarian because he after helping his wife out with realized that "once you tell the their daughter, Anthony enchild something, mean it and joys tennis and weight lifting. don't go back on your word." .v For punishment, he says, he often made them stay inside or cut their allowance short. "You don't always have to and knock on a child. tnere are other ways to punish him." When asked if his children were reared differently from him, Stephens says, "yes, because I was reared on a faFm (in Moultrie, Ga.) and more chores to do .. and, I was reared without a father.'' But that made him a better father, he states, and he was deter mined to stay with his wife so that his could have both parents. "No matter what the guys said, when it was time to go home, I went." HARPER HINTON STEPHENS, SR. Anthony, Carolyn and Estralita Green. Having the father figure around is very important in a child's life, he believes. "We always say that the child needs its mother, but he needs his CA H UNLIMI INC. ---------------------hone Your News 248-1921 2301 f. Hillsborough Ave. 238-0351 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905 Now Open On Sundays 12-5 P.M. 7450 : aim River Road 626-1404 Palm River Ploza Eastgate Shopping Center _._.-, 2303 E. HillSBOROUGH 238 CHECK CASHING Next To Cicely's Are you paying too much to cash your check? 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Ill oc Cl'l .... ...; .... l..:l z ;;J ..., < Q =:: "" Til = e -.CI e = I c "CS = < .... ... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN : USPS 202 140 t Published every Tuesday and Fr iday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin t Publishing Co ., 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 t Moil all Correspondence To: P O Box 3363 Tampa Fl. 33601 t Member of notional Newspaper Publishers Assciotion (NNPA), and Am+ olgomoted Publishers, Inc ., New Yo.rk : CYRIL 8L YTHE ANDREWS 19011977 .. : BETTY DAWK INS -q/ General Advertising Director-, )' -. Founder I C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. C. BLYTHE .NDREWS, Ill t Circ!Jiotion Manager : : President and Publisher SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS General Manager CAMILLE WILLIAMS Office Manager t i t GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Society Editor SIMON JOHNSON AVELINO CASILLAS RAMOS Production Directors Second Closs Postage Paid At Tampa, Florida t l t SUBSCRIPTION RATES +, t $31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. : t PHONE: 248-1921 t Government Should Try A National Lottery The federal government should initiate. a national lottery on a trial basis for several reasons. First of all, a percentage of the monies from it could be used to partially pay the interest on the national debt. It's unreal to think that lottery profits would be large enough to pay the complete yearly interest on our burgeoning national debt. Other benefits from such a lottery include use for social program purposes, and, as in all lotteries, some of the people who play would win. Managing such a lottery would take a monumen tal effort and the logistics would have to be worked out long before the first ticket is sold. A detailed study of how various states successfully administ etJ their lotteries could give federal leaders ideas on how to efficiently and profitably manage a national one. We strongly oppose any nationwide lottery which would impose one iota of pressure on the states, par ticularly on those states which currently don't have lotteries The rules and regulations for the potential na tional lottery should be simple and easy to imple ment. Unnecessary complexity would discourage participation and smooth management. In our judgment, a limited period of time should be designated for the trial lottery. If, for example, the lottery proves to be unmanageable or profitable during the first full year of its existence, then national leaders could consider abolishing it. The trial time however, should be designated prior to the time the lottery is execut ed. Also, since there is no way to tell what monies, if any, will be gained from such a lottery, language in the lottery bill should denote, on a percentage breakdown, how lottery profits will be used. Ministers Asked To Meet With Crime Task Force The Tampa Urban League, in consortium with five other Urban Leagues in the State of Florida, is operating a Black on Black Crime Prevention program funded by the State Attorney General's Office. The Tampa affiliate is plan ning a Crime Prevention Sun day for September 29. Mrs. Joanna Jones Tokley, Ex ecutive Director of the Tampa Urban League, and Wali Shabazz, Crime Prevention Specialist, are soliciting the assistance of every black church in Tampa in planning for Crime Prevention Sunday. Local ministers or rPr\rP
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Happy Father's Day "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them hav This is what self-government is i, all about. This is what freedom and responsibility is ::::1. all about. Hopefully, our legal 1 local Black representatives -Commissioner Padgett, Representative Hargrett, City -Councilman Harvey, and f School Board member Rev. 5r Lowry can get together and t'!'l kick the idea around some. ef -[ will_iam Raspberry ; 1:1 C'll (Continued From Page 4-A) Children "--and perhaps the other soaps as well--makes clear. It teaches that character transformation is a slow, tor tuou s process that involves loss of friends and status; that people expect you to go on being the same rotten p e r s on you w ere (which r e inforces the rott e nness) and th at the temp tation s don't vani s h into t hin a i r b e c ause you decided you w o uld l ike t o c h ange, Good character seldom co m es in s ingle road-to Dama s cus flashe s but results f rom the long hard hab i t of making good choices, again people it didn t matter to them what corner the seats were on as long as they had seats. With this in mind, the issue of the mysterious bus stop seats can be finally closed. and again. If "All My Ch#dren" rein forces this valuable lesson, then the time all my children spend watching it won't be a tot a l waste. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FIC T ITIOUS TRADE NA ME NOTICE IS HEREBY GI VEN that the u nd er s i gne d Allen Buchanan i nt e n ds to regis ter the fictitious trad e name, In Tou ch Com m u nica tio n s I n c. with the Clerk of the Circuit o f Hills borough County, Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: that the undersigned intends to engage in the business of Producing Multi-Media Presentations at 13603 Don...., ward Circle, Tampa, Florida. ;;.. Dated this 24th day of May, M 1985. la s t over? No it wasn't. bus. The Wilson Family And Other Everybody was not happy. In addition, the riders at GroupsOfTheCity. 248 1921 Allen Buchanan :;: .. .. .................... .... ..................

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.................................................................................... .. Tampan Selected As Military Mother Of The Year ..; .... Mrs. Josephine Brodie Hubbard, daughter of Mrs. Altamese Brodie, Tampa, was honored by the Clark County Mother Of the Year Awards Committee at ceremonies held recently at the Landmark Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The awards committee selected Mrs. Hubbard as 1985 Military Mother Of the Year for her success as a mother, wife, homemaker, for the character and achievements of her children, and her par ticipation in civic and religious activities. First Lady of Nevada, Bon nie Bryan, wife of Nevada's governor, presented the award to Mrs. Hubbard, one of eight women honored. In announc ing the honorees at the ceremony, the committee chairman praised the women for their achievements and said, "These truly are the un sung heroes of Clark County. They are evidence of the high ministrator. Mrs. Hubbard is married to CMSgt. Ronald C. Hubbard, an active duty member of the United States Air Force for 29 years. selor at Nathan Young Junior High School, worked as Counselor Coordinator at Project Upward Bound at the University of South Florida and was selected two years later to be the first Special Services Director for Minority Students at the University of Jehovah's Witnesses To "Quick-Build" Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Witnesses from Tampa's Westshore and Bayshore congregations will be joined by about 1,000 skill ed construction volunteers in the building of a new Kingdom Hall at 5251 South Lois Avenue, June 15 and 16. Beginning with a concrete slab early on Saturday morn ing, nine months of construetion will be accomplished in one weekend. A 4,440 square foot meeting place with a library and other facilities will be completed by Sunday even ing. The construction committee overseeing this project has completed similar buildings Largo, Tampa and Osprey since February, 1984. "The Church With A Warm Heart" The Time For The Sunday Morning Worship Services At Christ United Methodist Church Will Change From ll :00 A.M. To 9:30A.M. Starting Sunday, June 16, 1985 Come And Grow With Us. We Are Located On The Corner Of C olumbus Dri ve And 3 4th Street Everyone Is Welcome Pas tor: Rev. Bill Corristan S ec retary : C h e r y l S cott caliber of women we have = living in Nevada." She received a bachelor's degree in secondary education with distinction from Florida A&M University, and a master's in guidance and counseling cum laude, from the University of South Florida. She completed graduate study at the Univer sity of Chicago and Southern University. Mrs. Hubbard began Iiercareer as a in Tampa, her hometown. Mrs. Hubbard taught high school in Massachusetts, and following the transfer of her husband, returned to Florida. She became a guidance counuth MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Mt. Slnai_ChrlstlanMisslon Of St. Pete Mt. Sinal Gethsemane Mission Of Tampa = = ::I = = Excerpts from newspaper articles published about Mrs. Hubbard's selection are listed below. While raising two children, now age 20 and 21, and sup porting her husband's military career, Josephine Hubbard has been a volunteer in many community activities as well as pursuing her own career as an educator, counselor and ad"TOOTSIE" ''TOOTSIE'' And THE SPIRT/VAL HIGHLIGHTS Observe First Anniversary On Father's Day, June 16, At 3:30 P.M. At New Philadelphia M.B. Church 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue Rev. James M. Marion, Pastor Guests: &ter 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. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 01 COLLEGE HILL 3838 29th Street 1719 Green Street Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 AM Bible Study, Tues., 7 P.M. Everyone Is Welcome Bro. Larry B. Sr., Deacon Sis. Patricia Horde, Sec. MRS. FANNIE EPPERSON, President THIRD SUNDAY SERVICE, JUNE 16, 3 P.M. At The Home Of MR. And MRS. JACK HUBERT l7l2 Main Street MISSIONARY GLADYS (Howard) STEBBINS ... Director And Founder MRS. DOLLIE M. BROWN, Reporter Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. .. Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter Presents The Bay Community Players Under The Direction Of Geraldine Ervin In 'A Raisin In The Sun By Lorraine Hansberry Friday, June 21, 1985 HCCYbor Campus Performing Arts Theater 7:00P.M. Tickets: Adults $4.00 In Advance $5.00 At The Door All Proceeds To Benefit The Alpha Phi Alpha Scholarship Fund. Children $2.00 In Advance (Under 12) $2.50 At The Door For Ticket Information Call 238-4427 Or 969-0054. /PJR/Tif. Pastor Young Glover Sunday June J 6, J 985 Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Service Father's Day Program Brotherhood /1:00 A.M. STEAMBOAT CRUISE After Cruise Partyl June 17th Thru 2Jst Vacation Bible School Will Friday, June 14, 8 P.M. 'til Midnight Boarding At Brorein Street Bridge f;o :.:.: DONATION: $12.00, Advance Saturday, June 15th From 10 P.M. Until ... At The Airport Holiday Inn (Cypress St. East Of Westshore Blvd.) E vening. An Extensive Youth $14 00 Day Of Cr t"se Pr o gram Has Been Planned For U DONATION Th e Benefit Of All Youths, Of The Ticket Includes: Free Wine & Free Hors d'oeuvres : Church And The Community. W e M B Jk L MUSIC MA < AreAskingAI/ParentsTolnterest USIC y e s ounge N $2.00 WithCruiseTicketStub Your Child ren In Attending. T h e Theme Is, "Teach Us To Pray." For Tl"ket Information Or Ticket Order $3 00 Oth rJl The Adult teachers Are: Sis. C am., erWISe '-"l pbell, Sis. Pearson, Sis. Evans And Call: 228-7822, Or 251-5418 BMS Production .... .................. ..............................................

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.............................. .. MARRIAGE ( Wallace, 30, Tampa. 6 1 1 LICE. NSES YvonnePyron,23,Tampa. IT'S c.. '11 Joel Delano Seeberan, 32, Tampa,andldaJeanLee,25, ABOUT Randolph Michael Nealy, Jasper lssaiah Kidd, Jr., 33, Tampa. ::v -31, Lakeland, and Helen Plant City, and Candilyn Bradley Allen Vance, 25, !'" Loretta Brown, 32, Lakeland. Patrice Dawson, 24, Plant CiTampa, and Rena Mae AnderRotE cRurcHFtno i Jasper Mills, Jr., 25, Tamty. 28, Tampa. U1 pa, and Yolanda Marshall, 24, Robert Lee Dunell Glover, 24, Tampa, SHARON GRADUATES FROM SPELMAN Tampa Tam and Rosa Lee and Melissa Faye Jones, 18, Teenagers What Are You 'Doing Tonight? Why Not Come Dance The Night Away At The Castle Located At 281117th Corner Of 17th St. & 18th A venue ONLY$1.50 Peace Baptist Church. Annual Youth Day Program Sunday, June 16, 1985 260724th Ave. Theme: "Y9uth We Are The World" 11 A.M. Spaeker I Mason 3 P.M. Oratorical Contest featuring: Peace Baptist Youths And YoungAdults You Are Invited To Attend! REV. FRANK LEONARD, Pastor What Are You Doing With Your Father On Father's Day?' Why Not Attend Dee-l.ove-1. y Productions' first Annual father Of The Year Gospel Spectacular Sunday, June J6, J985 }Father .'s Day) Musicale & Federated Clubs Bldg. 809 Horatio Street (Across From Gorrie School) At 4:00P.M. Fund Raiser Donation: $5.00 Tickets May Be Purchased At College Hill Pharmacy On 22nd Street, .Or Ruby's Restaurant On Main Street. Tampa. Attending graduation in Larry Dwain Thomas, 34, Atlanta, Ga. last month were Tampa, and Veronica Bell Dr. and Mrs. W.W. Andrews, Pelichet, 27, Tampa. (Nancy). Their youngest Meza Petit Homme, 26, daughter, Sharon Patricia, Bradenton, and Faye Anita graduated from Spelman Cromartie, 29, Bradenton. lege with a Bachelor Degree m Jean Prosper, 26, BradenBiology. the Commencement ton, and Angela Michelle Exercises were held at the Barnes, 20, Bradenton. Atlanta Civic Center at ten Joseph Steve Tkacs, 35, o'clock in the morning on Tampa, and Bessie Marie HorSunday, MaY 1 9 t 28 T Assemblywoman, the on, ampa. Zion Temple -Will Render Program Saturday, June J.S At 8 P.M. At Healing Temple Church 5112 E. McBerry Street On Program Will Be: The Pilgrim Jubilees, Floyd Singers, Ketchup Twins, And Trumpets Of Joy. All Groups Are Welcome. SIS. CORA FLOYD, Sponsor Come And Receive A Blessing! The Traveling Stars Will Render A Program 5112 E. McBerry Street Sunday Night At 8 P.M. On. Program Will 8e: The Pilgrim Jubilees, Zion Temple Floyd Singers, Ketchup Twias, Shepherd Singers, And Many More Groups Come And Receive A Blessing From God! SIS. CORA FLOYD, Sponsor HOLY HILL Of ZION CHURCH 2341 Chestnut Street Celebrates Sunday School Treat Of Birth Months 8th Anniversary June 17-June 23, At 8 PM The Public Is Invited To Come Worship With Us On This Joyous Occasion. Other Churches Are Program. Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship, 11:30P.M. Pastor And Overseer, J. Evans WILMA 1 CURTIS HilL WUI Be Speaking At 11 A.M. Sunday At PLIASANT CHAPIL. A.M.l. CHURCH She Is A Member Of New Hope M.B. Church In Dublin, Califor nia, Where Her Husband, G. Adam Hill, D.D., Is The Pastor. She Is Visiting Her Son, Larry Curtis; And Sister And Brother, Mrs. Nathalie Williams And Honorable Maxine Waters of California was the speaker ANDREWS Relatives and friends of Sharon present were : Atty. and Mrs. P .L. Butler of Birmingham, Ala uncle and wife; Mrs. Jimmie Jones (Dorothy Butler, aunt) of Winston-Salem, N.C. and her daughters, Mrs. Sheryl Byrd with Erin of N.C and Nancy Jones, senior at Hampton Institute, !" Sharon's sisters, Mrs. Johna A. Treadwell of DetrOit, M1ch. and Michelle A. Foster and sons, Kendall and Michael of r:s Flint, Mich. and her grandmother, Mrs. C. Blythe Andrews, ::. Sr., of Tampa. Friends included Mr. Thomas Barnes sophomore medical student at Mercer, Macon, Ga. and h1s = parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes, Sr. and sister Cheryl 5: Barnes also of Macon. I'D The night before graduation, Mr. and Mrs. James S. Corne ;(Mary) former Tampans, entertaihned theTfhamilcy at }?PPtehrreaet "C their beautiful Marietta, Ga. orne. e orne s s::: daughters, Anne, Susan and Alice assisted the1r mother w1th e: the hospitalities. g: I'D =' I'D 1-3 s::: m CITY-WIDE MISSION The City-Wide Mission will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mary Thompson, 1708-5th Avenue, at 12:00 noon. The las t meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Ruth Marshall 1611-15th A v enue. Mrs. Emma L. Carpenter is President, and Mrs. M.P. Williams, Reporter. MARVELETTES SOCIAL CLUB Louvina Moultry hosted the May 19th meeting Helen Smith hosted the June 2nd meeting. Final plans were made to attend the concert. Carrie Stephens will host the next meeting at Annie Beckwith's home. ASSOCIATION FOR WIDOWED PEOPLE Phyllis O'Brien, well known Bay area Psychic, will speak the members of Tampa Chapter 101 of the National Ass tion for Widowed People on Sunday, June 16th at 2 p.m at Community Lodge, 402 West Waters Avenue in Tampa. Mrs. O'Brien has appeared on several local television grams and on station WPLP. She has been President of American Astrological Society and has appeared at many local functions. A donation of $2.00 is requested of all non-members attending. Refreshments will be served and for further infor mation please call 884-6466. BLAKE CLASS OF 1959 The Blakt: High Class of 1959 is sponsoring a picnic on June 15th beginning at 3:00 p.m at the home of Roosevelt Scott, 3402-22nd Avenue. All class members and their families are welcome. For further details, call Vivian Simmons, 248-8019. ALLEN TEMPLE MALE CHORUS All members of Allen Temple Male Chorus are asked to meet at the church Sunday, June 16 at 10:45 a.m. to sing for Father's Day. The uniform is burgundy and white. L.N. Brown is president. "'C > UNIQUE SOCIAL CLUB fiJ The Unique Social Club will be meeting Saturday, June 15, <: at 8 p.m. at the pome of Mrs. Maude Royal, 2307 Chipco. Mrs. .................. ... .... > William Collins.

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; Xinos Awarded Scholarships By Phi. Delta Kappa Sorority .... lilil National Sorority of :z Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Alpha =:; Omicron Chapter, awarded chapter. The honorees are: Nadine Johnson, President of the Xinos, a of scholarships to four graduating members of the Xinos Club, a youth guidance !#) :s t' 'C .c !#) .... ::s :s = .... -:s = I = .... = 00. MAEDEAN JOHNSON Hillsborough High School, who was awarded a $300 scholarship She will enter Hillsborough Community College to study business ad ministration. Her parents are the Rev: and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Jr. Maedean Johnson, an honor graduate of Tampa Catholic High School, 1st Vice President of the Xinos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GLENNELL McDONALD group, sponsored by the local Calvin (Mae) Johnson, receiv ed a $300 award. She will enter the University of Florida to study business administration or engineering. The Youth Of St. John Progressive M.S. Church BRO. ARTHUR T JONES Of Atlanta, Ga. ... G uest S peakr AI 11: 00 A M Observes Annual Youth DaySunday,Jane16,1985 Theme: "Youth Striving To Serve God In A World Of Perplexity And Strife." The Evening Service Will Consist Of A MINI-CONCERT Featuring: The F.G. Hilton Angelic Choir At 6 P M.; And The Teenage Choir At 7:00P. M All Graduates Of St. John Will Be Honored 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 July 6,1985 Come And Be With Our Group Special Rates For Adults Senior Citizens, Teens And Children -Cabins Also Available To Rent For The Day BOARD At 7:30A.M.DIEPART, 9 A.M.RIETURN, JO P.M. For Complete Information Call: 677-4392; 677-1564. Deposit Accepted Now. Due Date June 20, 1985 An A.M. Jones Event-father's Day Observance Bethel A.M._E. Church 1012 Laurel Street Rev. A. Z. Russ, Pastor Sunday, June 16, At II : 00 A.M. Theme: "Father's, Provoke Not Your Children To Wrath." Glennell McDonald, 2nd Vice President of the Xinos, a YVETTE GRAY The Southern Tones Gospel Singers ANNIVERSARY Monday, June 17, At 7:30P.M. At Northside M.D. Church Cor. 40th Street & Henry Ave. Rev. Jacob Jordan, Pastor On Program Will Be The New Zion Gospel Chorus And New Mt. Zion No. 1 Choir. Rose of Sharon O.E.S. Chapter No. 321 5th Anniversary Tea June 16, At 3:30P.M. International Mason's Hall 4303 34th Street SIS. MARY SMITH Worthy Matron SIS. CLAUDIA DAVIS Program Chairman FIRST BORN ... HOUSE OF PRAYER-PENTECOSTAL 805 E. Henderson ELDER BERNARD McCRAY Pastor FATHER'S DAY OBSERVANCE Sunday June 16, 12 Noon, .. Morning Worship EVANG. HINTON Guest Speaker Will HonorBISHOP BROWN DEA : R SNIPES, Sponsor SIS. DOVIE TUCKER, Reporter THIE TAMPA CONFIERIENCIE MINISTERS' WI VIES ALLIANCE Sponsors 5th Annual March Of Queens Coronation Tea Saturday, June 15, At 4 P.M. GRIEATIERMT. CARMEL A.M.IE. CHURCH 4209 N. 34th Street REV. CALVIN WILLIAMS, Pastor MRS. MARY C. DIXON, President MRS. RUBY WILLIAMS, Hostess Oak Grove M.S. Church 2918 29th A venue Rev. George Perkins, Pastor graduate of Brandon High School, who will enter the University of South Florida to become a teacher, was award ed a $300 scholarship. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McDonald. Yvette Gray, a graduate of King High School, who will enlist in the Air Force, was the recipient of a $100 scholar ship. She is the daughter of Mrs. Jeanell Gray. Mrs. Pearl C. Coffee is President of Alpha Omicron Chapter. Mrs. Essie Roberson and Mrs. Mary Walker are sponsors of the Xinos Club. father's Day Program Sunday, June 16, At 6:00P.M. At First Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church 4406 26th Street Featur.lng: The Southern Tones Gospel Singers, The No. I Chotr, And Many Other Groups Of The City. The No.I Choir Is The Sponsor. BRO. E. V. GRlFFIN, President REV. E. R. WILLIAMS, Pastor The Public Is Cordially Invited. lngOver Radio Station W.T.I.S., 11.10 A.M. On\ Your Radio Dial Each Saturday Morning At J 1:00 A.M. Is The Rev. S. C Waterford This Outreach Ministry Helps In The Usage Of Things To Come, Eschatology, A/so The Literal, The Metaphorical And The Allegorical Interpretations Of Holy Writ. What Is Spirit And What Is Spiritualized, Post-And Pre Rapturism Also, Premillinnialism. Rev. Water ford Has Visited The Holy Lands Of lsarel, The Vatican City In Rome, The Ancie,,t Cities Of Corinth And Athens, Greece. He Is Presently Pastoring St. Paul A.M. E. Church Located At 506 E Harrison St., Tampa, FL. The Church Of The Apostles Hwy 301 & Jackson Road, Thonotosassa Pastor's 12th Anniversary. June 17 Thru June 23, At P.M. BISHOP I. C. MITCHELL Mon., Holiness Church Of Jesus Pastor Daniels And Congregation Of Tampa Tues., Elder Davis, Of Tampa Wed., Faith Temple Church Of God In Christ Elder Singletary And Congregation Thurs., The Church Of The Apostles Missionary N C. Carter In Charge Sponsors Fri., The Gospel Warriors, Inc. Of Tampa father's Day ... Evangelist Chuck Ivory, Minister Of. Music Elder Rudy Gospel Singing ... Evangelist Chuck Ivory, Minister Of Music REV. DAVID BEACHAM Elder Rudy Tolbert Will Be In Charge. B.s. PROCTOR Of Orlando A Tribute To All Fathers. Sat., Christ Temple Pentecostal Church Of Tampa < ... Chairman ... Speaker ... Evangelist Phillips: Miracle Hole Church, Of Palmetto, Richard Williams, Co-Chairman Mrs. Juliette Catledge, Reporter Sunday, June 76, 7985 h Of 1 B h Beginning At 8_.00 P.M. Elder Williams; Pentecostal Chore Po metto, is op ::z::, Participant: Bethel A.M E Church Moss Choir, Benny Favors, Mark Otis Johnson And Congregation !;.!): Donn-ell Kelley Williams, Henry Montgomery, Ernest Hunter. Rev L. Featuring: The Spring Hill Emmanuel Tabernacle Olive, Rev. 0. C Slngfield, Ernest Butler, Green Johnson Solomon Male Choir, Of Tampa : Bishop W. M Cutler And Congregation. Lawrence, Leroy Sampson, Peter Smith, Henri Phillips, Jada Shepherd, 1 ""' Joann Jackson, .And Lou Henry Davis. _Everyone Is Welcome And, The Mighty Trove ing Stars. .. .. ) I. 'f ) { t I ; ...

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.. ... .. .... .. ............ .. .. .... .. .. .... NBCCE Convention Slated For Tulsa Graduating Seniors Receive s TULSA, OK Dr. T. Greater Cincinnati. Oscar Chappelle has announc ed here the 80th annual session of the National Bapti st Con gress of Christian Education will convene June 17 at the Convention Center in Cincin nati, Ohio. The Rev. J E. Milton, pastor of Cincinnati's Southern Baptist Church, is general chairman, for the entertaining committee, com prising the cooperating Pastors and Churches of A pre-congress musica l will be held on Monday evening at the Convention Center when Dr. Chappelle and hi s staff are expected. to attend. Among speake rs for this session wjll be Dr. c. A. W. Clark" of Dallas, first vice president of the National Conven tion, USA, Inc. parenttof the Congress; and Dr. Wilson Fallen, Jr. of Selma, Ala.; Dr. Amos Brown of San Fran cisco, who will deliver the Unity Missionary Baptist Church 3111 Ybor Street Unity Day Observance Sunday,June16, 1985 Theme: "Love And Action." Early Worship, 8 A.M. Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Dea. Donald Marshall, Supt. 11 A.M. Speaker MINISTER MICHAEL WHITE ... Associate Of Mt. Olive M.D. Church Of Tampa. Occasion-by: SIS. ANN SANKY-WHITE ELm: R H. H. HUNT ... Pastor Other Talent Of The City Programmed. DEA. EDDIE D. POWELL Chairman TOP HATTERS CLUB Sponsoring A Disco Dance Saturday, June 15, 1985 Time: 9:00P.M. Until Place: Cuban Hall Patio Music By: The Mighty Potmiln and his Sophisticated Funk Machine B. Y.O.B. Donation: $4.00 Cocktail Hour 910 The Angel Light T em pie Pentecostal Church Invites You To .......................... 7 FULL DAYS AUG. 6 TO 13 HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS MEALS A BON VOYAGE PARTY PLUS SIGHTSEEING THE CITADEL IRON MARKET VOODOO RITES PORT AU PRINCE BEACHES THE FIRST BLACK REPUBLIC IN THE NEW WORLD FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS : CONTACT BISHOP FRANK DORFIELD ANGEL LIGHT TEMPLE 1403 E. LOUISIANA AVE., TAMPA, FLORIDA This Trip Consists Of: Round Trip Air Jet From Miami To Port-au-Prince Accomodations At The Beautiful And Magnificent 236-1211 HAITI commencement address, and the Rev. John Reed of Oklahoma City wi!l preach the eaucatJOnal sermon.:1;The NBCCE was 0 rganized in 1916 in Memphis, Tenn. as the National Bapti st Sunday and Baptist Training lfuion Congress. The Rev D W. Cannon was the first president followed by Dr. W. A. Jarnagen, Dr 0. tlay Max well and Dr. E. A. Freeman, making Dr. Chappelle, only fifth in lin e of presidency. He is a veteran Congress worker and supporter, having s erved for more than 40 years in of ficial positions. One woman, the late Miss Lucy Campbell, who wrote "Something Within". was an organizing person of the Con gress. Other officers are the Rev. Dr. A. Lincoln James, Chicago, vice pres ident; Mrs. Florence Stanley, Troy, N.Y., general sec retar y; Dr. Avery Aldridge of Flint, Mich director general; Dr. John Corbitt of Greenville, D. S., dean. PLEASANT CHAPEl. A.M.E. CHURCH 2615CHIPCO Rev. S.C. Lawson Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A M. Tuesday Class Meetin2 7:30P.M. THE 29TH STREIT CHURCH OF CHRIST 3310 29th Street Bible School, 9:45A.M. Worship, It AM & 6 PM Bible Classes: Sunday, 5 P.M. Monday, 7 P.M. Prayer And Song_ Service, Wednesday, 7 P.M. PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 24th A venue l !;11' REV. W. F. LEONARD ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Goins Chorus And The Jr Usher Board Serving. BTU, 5:00P.M. Evening Worship, 6:00P.M. Mid-Week Service & Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30P.M. EBENEZER M.S. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street REV. EZEI.I BERRIEN .. Pastor High School Diplomas The day has come for the graduating seniors in the schools of Hillsborough County. They have received their high -;chool diplomas n nd are ready to step into a l ess s h e ltered existence. Included in the Plant City High School Class of 1985 were: \. l>arryl Randolph and Michelle Brown. Samantha and \"incenl Waters. Ainong th11se graduating from Brandon High S(.hool were Tieajuana Viverelte and Krystal Starling. The Brotherhood Of First Baptist Church Of West Tampa Father's Day Program -Sundoy, June 16, 1985 11: 00 AM. Speoker 4 P M Speaker > = Q. :::!. "" \-Wonlllp, 6:30P.M. A TTY. CARL TON RICHARDSON MIN. ARTHUR T JONES Z Bible Study/PrayH, BRO AMOS SCOTT President DEA BENNY THOMAS. Co -Choirmon Z THSday, 7:30P.M. DEA LEONARD SCOTT Progrom Chrm. REV M C JOHN 'iON Postor THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND PARADISE

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. c "C = < "C .c = == = = = = ti: IN THE SPOTLIGHT WANDA ANN JOHNSON* I Wanda Ann Johnson is an 24-year-old, 5'8" beauty, who recently graduated from Baptist College majoring in the field of Speech and Drama. Wanda is currently working for WCSC TV station in Charleston, South Carolina as a news editor. Her philosophy of life is: "We all know as life goes on, responsibilities begin to play a major role in our lives, and time seems to tick the minutes of age away. Soon we must realize what road to success we must take Will we accept hap pily the complacent life we are currently living or will we sweat through the hard times to reach the ultimate goal of success. Wanda is attracted to a man who is intelligent, poised, and one who has an unlimited set of goals. During her spare time, Wanda loves to dance, sing, read and write. Her favorite star is Phoebe Snow. The Prison Crusade Presents TWO-NIGHT "SIDEWALK CRUSADE" At Lake A venue & 29th Street Friday And Saturday Nights June J4th And J5th, At 8:30P.M. COACH ABE BROWN .. Founder And President, Prison Crusade And THE PRISON CRUSADE CHOIR Are You Hung Up On Drugs And/Or Alcohol? If You Really Want To Put It Down You Need To be There! All Concerned Christians Are Invited To be A Part Of This Opportunity To Minister To Our Community. For More Information Please Call: 247-3285 Or 247-5227 NEW PHILADELPHIA M.S. Cfturcft 1002 E Buffalo Avenue .. Pas tor S unday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Wo..Ship, 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship (lst Sun.), 5:30P.M. Prayer & Bible Class, Tues., 7:30P.M. 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24t. h Avenue Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Wonhip Service, 11:00 A.M. Evening Service, 7:30P.M. Bible Study Wed., 7:30P. M. Y.P.W.W Fri., 7:30P.M. Wonted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. 689-3023 Or 247-1037 FIRST BORN HOUSE Of Prayer (Pentecostol} 805 E. Henderson ELDER BERNARD MCCRAY .. Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 A.M. Mornign Worship, 12:00 P.M. Evenign Worship, 7:30P.M. 7:30P.M., Tues., Bible Study 7:30P.M., Thurs., Prayer & Tarrying ST. JOHN M.S. CHURCH 340J 25th Avenue r ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M Usher Boord Annlversory Progrom At 3:00P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7 P M REHEARSALS: Youth, Tues., 6 P.M. No.2, Tues., 7:30; No.1 & Young Adults, Wed., 8 P.M GRACE MARY M.S. CHURCH 390t"37th Street \ ELDER THOMAS J REED ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Service, 11 A M. Evening Service, 5:30 P.M. Bible Study, Wed 7 P M. The Public Is Invited. ..Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A. M Morning Worship, 11: 00 A M. Y P W W 5 :30P. M Worship, 7 :00P. M Tues. & Fri. Suvicca, 7 : 00 CHURCH OF CHRIST 1312 W Nassau Street Tampa, Fla. 33607 DAVID ATKISON, Minister SUNDAY: Bible S tudy, 10 A.M. & 5 P.M. Worship, II A .M. & 6 P .M. TUESDAY: ladies Study, 10 A M Study, 7:30P M THURSDAY: Song & Prayer Meeting 7:30P.M. LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN CENTER Palm River Recreation Center 58th St. And Palm River Rd. PAsToR ci YDE F. BOULER Praise & Worship ServiceII AM Faith & Deliverance Service 6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Worship Experience. Radio Ministry Each Saturday At 1:15 P.M. On WCBF(IOIO AM). FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4202 Palmetto Street ELDER J A. STEPHENS Pastor Sunday School, 9 :30A.M. Each Sunday Morning Service, I I A.M. Evening Service, 6 P M First And Third Sundays B T U ., 5 P.M Each Sunday Prayer & Bible Study Tuesday At 7 P M MORNING GLORY M.B. CHURCH 7510 N. 40th Street Putor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Mornlna Wonhip, 11 A.M. The Publk Is lavlted NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 405 North Oregon .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A M. Morning Worship, II A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Worship, 7 P M. Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Thursdl\)', 7 P.M GREATER FRIENDSHIP M S CHURCH 4413 35th Street REV. M MURRAY .. Pastor Sunday School 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 5 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30P. M VisitorsAre 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. NEW CANAAN M.S. CHURCH PRISON CRUSADE BUILDING 29th Street & 21st Avenue Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship, II A.M. B.T.U., S P.M. Evening Worsh i p, 6 P M First & Third Sunday Visitors Are Welcome EVENING STAR TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Paris ...Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M Morning Service, 11 A.M. Night Service, 6 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Thurs 7 P.M.

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Pianist Wanted At Cathedral Of Lave And Peace Church, Tampa Call Dr. R. J. Peele, Jr., Callect At (8l3J 323, After l PM NEW MACEDONIA M.S., CHURCH 3402 E_;. Deleuil A venue REVIVALI REVIVALI Come One, Come All! ;. Evangelist For The Week t ELDER EARNEST JONES Pastor Of Galilee M.D. Church, St. Petersburg June 17-June 21, At-8:00P.M. ELDER ODELL GLOVER, Pastor SIS. H. RAGLIN, Reporter EveryoneIs Invited. HOLSEY TEMPLE C.M.E. CHURCH YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHOIR 5th Anniversary Celebration Sunday, June 16, At 11:00 A.M. featured Soloist: Sis. Rqina Blasb Of Waterburg, Conn. (A Former Tampan.) At 4:00P.M., A Musical :. _,.. Featuring Bro. Carlton Burgess, And Tbe GSOM In spirational Singers. BRO. RICHARD ROLLINS, Master Of Ceremonies Appreciation Program for DEACON WILLIE JAMES JACKSON For His 20 Years Of Devoted And Services At New Progress M.S. Church 3307 E. Shadowlawn Ave. Sat., June 11, At 7:30P.M. SIS. PATRICIA LOCKHART ... Mistress Of Ceremonies Sponsored by: NEW PROGRESS LADIES IN ACTION (Reuption Following Program In Church Annex.) THE IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER AND FASTING-PART 2 ST. MATTHEW 6:5-18 ACCORDING TO SOME PEOPLE, FASTING IS OF SO LITTLE SIGNIFICANCE IN OUR DAY, THAT ONE WOULD QUESTION THE VALUE OF EVEN SPENDING TIME EX POUNDING ON ITS VALUE AND IMPORTANCE. BUT LET ME ASK YOU THIS QUESTION: SHOULD WE CEASE WRITING AND PREACHING RIGHTEOUSNESS AND HOLINESS BECAUSE FEW PRACTICE OR EXPERIENCE IT? SHOULD WE STOP PREACHING BECAUSE MOST OF THE WORLD REJECTS SALVATION BY GRACE THROUGH FAITH? GOD FORBID! REMEMBER THAT SATAN, THE DEVIL, IS AGAINST ANYTHING THAT WILL HELP YOU TO LIVE TH6 VICTORIOUS, CHRISTIAN LIFE. If fASTING CfASfS, THEN PRAYER CEASES. FOR A MAN CAN NOT PRAY UNLESS HE FASTS. THAT INNER FASTING OF THE LIFE. IF THAT CEASES, PRAYER WILL CEASE. WHAT DOfS fASTING MfAN'P IT MEANS SIMPLY TO ABSTAIN FROM FOOD. THE APPETITE IS CRUCIFIED AND DENIED SO THAT TIME CAN BE GIVEN TO PRAYER. WHEN FASTING, PRAY, READ THE BIBLE, MEDITATE THE WORD. GET AWAY FROM THOSE SOAP OPERAS, GAME SHOWS, ETC. FOOLISH TALK. FOLLOW JESUS! INSTRUCTIONS IN ST. MATTHEW 6:16-18. FASTING CHASTENS AND HUMBLES THE SOUL BEFORE GOD. PSALMS 35:13"I HUMBLE MY SOUL WITH FASTING". PSALMS 69:10 "WHEN I WEPT AND CHASTENED MY SOUL WITH FASTING THAT WAS MY REPROACH". WHfN SHOULD THf BfLifVfR fAST? WHEN SEEKING FOR AN SWERS. DANIEL 9:3-4 -WHEN DANIEL SOUGHT IMPORT ANT AND CRITICAL ANSWERS FROM GOD, HE SET HIMSELF TO FASTING AND CONFESSING IN PRAYER. IN DEMONIC ACTIVITY (ST. MARK 9:19) FASTING AND PRAYER WAS A PREREQUISITE FOR OBTAINING POWER WITH GOD TO SET THE POSSESSED FREE. ISAIAH 58:6-7 EXPLAINS TO US THE FAST THAT GOD HAS CHOSEN, TO LOOSE THE BONDS OF WICKEDNESS, TO UNDO THE HEAVY BURDENS, TO LET THE OPPRESSED GO FREE AND TO BREAK EVERY YOKE. TO DEAL THY BREAD TO THE HUNGRY, THAT THOU BRING THE POOR TO THY HOUSE, TO BE WILLING TO CLOTHE THE POOR AND THAT THOU HIDE NOT THYSELF FROM THINE OWN FLESH. IN OTHER WORDS, DON'T KID YOURSELF ABOUT YOURSELF. KNOW YOURSELF. KNOW YOUR WEAKNESSES AND FAST AND PRAY ; .. OPE!'I DOOR CHRISTIAN CENTER 1111 E. Columbus Dr. Sunday School, 10 A M. Morning Service, 11 A M. Evening Service, 7 P.M. Bible Study, Thurs 7 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Tues .,7 P.M. ... The Public Is Invited ... YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDAY MISS ROSE r KATHERINE HEPBURN Katherine Hepburn, the daughter of Ms. Sarah Hep burn and Mr. Malcolm Hep burn, will be "Sweet Sixteen" on June 15. Katherine attends Hillsborough High School, and will be a junior when she returns this fall. It's birthday No. 1 for Kevin Allen who is celebrating KEVIN ALLEN today, June 14. Kevin will be given a party by his mother, Ms. Wanda Buie, and will share goodies with relatives and friends. Friends and relatives are wishing a happy birthday for Mrs. Conslee Epps, whose big day is June 16. Mrs. Epps is a member of Allen Temple AME Church. RONNIE OWENS Ronnie Antonio Owens will be celebrating his 16th birth day, Saturday June 15th. The football player1 (No. 32), at Greco High School (7-0 record), will be a lOth grader next school term at King High School. Father's Day Program Sunday Afternoon At 3:00P.M. At Tbe Armettia B&B Temple Ronnie, who is the son of Shirley Blocker Owens, will be employed this summer at Miles Elementary School. Some of those that will be wishing Ronnie a Happy Bir thday will be: maternal grand mother, Dorothy Blocker Bell; paternal grandmother, Ernestine Hubbard; God mother, Betty Dawkins; Gerald Christie of West Virginia, and Mrs. Helen Christie. 281718tb Avenue Featuring: Tbe Trumpets of Joy, Tampa; Tbe Traveling Stars, Tampa; Gospel Starligbts, St. Petersburg; Spiritual Cavaliers, Bradenton DONATION: $3.00 At The Door. The 34th Street Church Of .God Announces The Registration for Summer And Fall Of Its Child Care The King's Kids l.earnlng And Developmental Center Days Of Operation Monday Thru Friday (6:00A.M. 6:00P.M.) *Infants *Pre-School *After School Care *Breakfast *Hot Lunch *Snack *Summer Program Care Development Education Phone: 248-6548 Newly Built Facilities 3000 North 34th Street Tampa, Florida 33605 Rev. Thomas Scott, Pastor CIC VI. > = c. ::!. I = e =-e = fll

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.. t Tampa Athletes Of Yesteryear ... i WITH Through j RANDY gy:: BY I, and everyone must fight for sophomore year. He ended the NBA Draft Set For T ues ay ,himself. For your future season averaging 'l4 points and The National Basketball Association's annual player's draft will be held this coming Tuesday. Everybody knows that the prize plum is Patrick Ewing, the all-world center from Georgetown. As of now, Ewing is scheduled to go to the New York Knicks. However, the Seattle SuperSonics and the Los Angeles Lakers want Ewing very badly. Both teams still have hopes of swinging a deal. You can look for the world champion Los Angeles Lakers to look for big men in 1 the draft. They are pretty well set at guard and forward. The Lakers realize that age is working against Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Bob McAdoo. They also have question marks about how long Mitch Kupchiak will be able to play with his unhealthy knees. The Celtics should go to the well for help at guard. They weak in that area. ,: The LakerS exploited the speed of the Celtic guards in 'C the championship series. The Celtics will also look for a power forward who is also quick. Boston realizes that they must have more quickness. The Dallas Mavericks and the Chicago Bulls will also be 'C hunting for big men. Both of J these teams are loaded at guard and forward but they do ::c :I not have a dominating center. If either of these come up with .5! a good big guy, they both will -; become instant contenders for :::; division championships. = The Philadelphia 76ers will I 'i3 search for forwards in this .5! year's draft. The Doctor, ; Julius Erving and Bobby Jones are aging and Clemmon oi Johnson is working too hard back up center and d. The Cleveland Cavaliers will the best player available they are still building. \o depends upon character, and 3 rebounds The Detroit_J>istons can use character depends on success Later, Jose' transferred to a forward ana a big guy at in overcoming temptation. Baptist College his finals two center. The basics for a good The world has become a better years to end his career averagteam is there. place in which to live because ing 17 points and being Milwaukee Bucks are of people who have made it a selected to the Division I Colanother team that can draft habit to try to do the right legiate All-State team. He was the best ball player available. thing only because it was right. offered contracts to play in the al Jose "Silky Slim" Lara Those guys don't re ly need Continental league overseas, anything. They already have stated he always strives to do but refused them. what it takes to win it all. the right things in life. His Currently, Jose' is an assisThe Portland Trail Blazers development of good JOSE LARA tant coach at Baptist College. and the Phoenix Suns are in character resulted from the His advice to the young desperate need of forwards constant motivational force from 1977-79. As a athletes is to be more too. from his mother. "My mother sophomore, Jose' became a dedic(\ted to their sport. "I Seattle needs a center so that taught me to always remember starter at the forward position think \ the attributes I stress Jack Sikma can move back to that a person is judged by the for the Lions varsity team. most are good character and forward where he is best suited content of his character ex-The six foot, seven inch forthe willingness to be dedicated to play. plain Jose. "That lesson from ward who was called by his to your sport, because soThe Utah Jazz and the my mother carried on through peers "Silky Slim," because of meone out there is waiting in Denver Nuggets need big guys my high school and collegiate his smoothness on and off the the wing to take your place. If while the San Antonio Spurs basketabll career. I guess it basketball court was noted for you don't believe me, ask your need guards and forwards for seemed easier to get along with his 18-foot jumpers and ability mother or father about it.'' bench strength. my teammates and coaches by to run patterns. Jose averaged When the draft is over having or striving to have 14 points and seven rebounds W d d '11 t th t good character" a game that year and h1's suce nes ay, you WI no e a Jose's basketball career forwards were the premium cess with the Lions came players in the draft. Almost started at Tampa Catholic and quickly. every team in the NBA will be continued on at King High The next year, Jose; s looking for a big power for-Randall Makes average went up to 16 points ward with quickness. and eight rebounds a game. Th.e big forwards who Network Debut His team posted an 18-6 stands between 6-8 and 6-10 vs. Rosario record and became the Co-will go first. Western Conference champs, Waymon Tisdale, the All-LONDON' England sharing the honors with the American underclassman World-ranked 1\ghtweight Robinson Knights. from Oklahoma Should head Frankie Randall of MorIn h' J 1s semor year, ose ristown, Tenn., gets liis first d 9 this group. Tisdale, a seniortaste of network television ex-average 1 pomts and eight to-be next year declared hardrebounds a game, and recalls ship and signed up for this posure Sunday, June 16 in a shooting a near perfect game, d f T' dal 6 9 10-round showdown with 13 of 16 for 26 points in the year s ra t. IS e IS a former WBC champion Edwin power guy who can score from Rosario, to be televised live on semi-finals against Plant City anywhere on the court. NBC-TV's "Sports World" His honors include being Tampa is putting it's hopes selected to the first team Allon Charlie Bradley, the former program from York Hall in County and Western ConRobl 'nson High School star London. f d h' d All erence, an t 1r team who nearly lost his basketball ball player will be drafted. State. game while carrying the South John Williams, the star 6-10 After graduation, Jose' ac. Florida basketball program on power forward from Tulane cepted a oasketball scholar his back. Teams devised University will really feel the ship to attend University of 11-special defenses to stop effects of his indictment. The linois in the Big 10 Con Charlie and dared the rest of commissioner of the NBA has ference. In his first year, he the team to score. circulated a memo to team was designated to be the sixth Bradley will be drafted. owners addressing Williams' man coming off .the bench. His scoring record is too This was an accomplishment good not to be drafted. He will Williams was projected as a to Jose', because he was a go in the late rounds and will first round draft choice before freshman that had the patience have to play to make an NBA the scandal broke. Now teams to accept the seniority policy team. No other Tampa basketare afraid to touch him. the program emphasized. Jays Gamble On Player Born Without Hand FLINT, Michigan The Toronto Blue Jays have taken a long shot, and if it ever off, they will have made history. In this week's free agent draft, Toronto selected James Abbott of Flint, Mich. The 6-foot-3, 185-pounder throws a 90-mph fastball, hit s from both s ides of the plate with some power, and quarter backed his high school team to the semifinals of the state football tournament. If he doesn't sound like a long s hot, consider this : he is miss ing his right hand from a birth defect. Abbott has signed a national letter of intent to play football for the University of Michigan, .so the Blue Jays may not get a shot at him for four more years. -1921 Spot Advertising Works Go Classified CALL CALVIN HOPKINS FOR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONALLEGAL SERViCES RENDERED COURTEOUSLY, EFF/CIENTL Y AND CONFIDENT/ALLY, CONTACT THE < ;z; We don't just list your home. We represent it. LAW OFFICES OF FRED 1.. BUCKINE AND CAROl. YN J. HOUSE PERSONAL INJURIES WRONGFUL DEATHS PROBATE AND CRIMINAL

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Former RaiD Is Now West Indian Clubs Meet Pro Football Agent_? LOS ANGELES Former Los Angeles Rams reserve tackle Harold Daniels is a big man in every way! His height and weight testify to his physical bigness, and his roster of top athletes attest to his bigness as a pro football agent. Daniels' Pro Stars Incor porated presently represents more than 40 of the top pro football players in the world, including the Super Bowl champion San Francisco 49ers super running back Wendell Tyler and New York Jets star Freeman McNeil, one of the top three highest paid running backs in the NFL. Daniels collected the signatures of two first-round draft picks Alabama All American Emmanuel King (Cincinnati Bengals) and they can bet t er relate to defensive back Derrick Burthem," said the pro football roughs (Buffalo Bills), two No agent with a Ph.D. in Educa3's, a fifth, a pair c:Jf. sixth }>tion. round choices, one seventh, f,-_ In addition to King and Bur one eighth, ninth round roughs, other Daniels' clients draftees, oni! and four in the 1985 NFL draft included free agents in the just concluddefensive back Stefon Adams ed NFL draft. from East Carolina, who went "When it gets close to draft to the Los Angeles Raiders; day," said the jolly, but astute third-round draft pick Rickey businessman, "I always bring Moore, who went to the San my kids to California because Francisco 49ers; fifth-rounder agents who do not have any Tony Smith, who went to the clients will try to steal them if New York Jets; Damone you don't hide them out." Johnson of Cal Poly San Luis Ranking 1981 as his most Obispo, selected in the sixth successful year with four firstround by the Los Angeles and second-round draft picks, Rams; and Mark Peinbrook, a Daniels has found that athletes sixth-rounder who went to the are more sophisticated today New York Giants. than they were ten years ago. Three of the men who help "Black athletes in the 1980s Daniels recruit his clients are want Black agents because former L.A. Rams star Ron Jessie, Terry Bolar and Skip Milas. Since becoming an agent back in 1967, just to accommodate some of his players on the semi-pro L. A. Mustang football team which he co-owned with playercoach Wixie Robinson, Daniels has firmly established himself as one of the fairest and most honest men in the pforession. Former USC tight end Alfred McMichaels, an NFL performer, was his first client. During Daniel's reign as coNo. 1Super agent Harold Daniels (r.) shakes hands with University of Alabama All-American Emmanuel King, one of two first-round draft choices in the NFL which his firm, Pro Stars, Inc., represented. Daniels negotiated a $2.5 million deal for King, who was selected on the first round by the Cincinnati Bengals. owner of the L. A. Mustangs, the team went unbeaten for seven years and became a "feeder team" for the NFL. Unlike most other agents, Daniels accepts only a five per cent fee to represent his clients. Other satisfied clients include the Cleveland Browns' Chip Banks, a 1983 NFL first round pick; the Indianapolis Colts' Bernard Henry, Los Angeles Rams' Kent Hill, Drew Hill and Tony Slayton; Miami Dolphins' Roy Foster, New York Jets Freeman McNeil, Tampa Bay Bucs' Keith Browner, Washington Red skins' Rick Walker, Denver Broncos' Darryl Smith, and the list goes on and on. HA7001 Pay Two Weeks Get Two Weeks FREE ft;tt rt tdJttf!?mt/!fOW 2319 E. Hillsborough Ave. Eastgate Shop. Ctr 238-6461 Daniels and his Pro Star agency staff travel extensively to recruit and serve the needs of future superstar athletes. "One of the extraordinary things we do for our clients is find off-season jobs for them while they are still competing. We try to make sure they have something to fall back on once their careers are over." Included on his Pro Stars, Inc. staff are a certified public accountant, Davidson Jones; two financial advisors, Norm Kaufman and John Fortson; and, an attorney, T. J. Pan taleo. Daniels says one of his best known clients, McNeil, the Pro Bowl star of the New York Jets, has recently purchased a radio station in the New York area. Additionally, McNeil, Dennis Thurman (Cowboys) Danny Reece (exTampa Bay Bucs) and Daniels own the Family Check Cashing firms located in San In Cricket Match Saturday Members of the Unique International Soccer Club are, kneeling from left to right: H. Moore, B. Anthony, D. Simson, R. Pinna, H. Kelsick, L. Henly, and E. Brown Standing left to right are: N. Clark, T. Davis, F. Frida y N. Gerard, J. Johnson, G. Craig, C. Lake, V. Samson and Akiboh. i game. Proceeds from this event will go to the Unique In ternational Soccer Club. Thi event begins at 9 p. m. The Unique International Soccer team will be having tryouts during the month The West Indian American Cricket Club and the Unique International Soccer Club will for the first time meet to spon sor "A Summer Sizzler", a cricket match to be held Satur day, June 15, at the Woodlawn Terrace Playground, Diana and 30th St. Game time is 12 noon. The public is invited. July for the 1985-86 soccer 00 season. These tryouts will be = -held at the University of South ; Florida on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 p. m. until. t,:, Following the game, all For more information, contact E. roads will lead to the Labor Clifford Lake, manager, at [ Temple in celebration of the 977-4839. .... --------------------------------------------= F AMU's Athletic Director Steps Down TALLAHASSEE Citing .:;tress-related illness aggravated by frustration over inadequate funding, Florida A&M University athletic director Roosevelt Wilson resigned Wednesday, pending his replacement. Wilson, 44, said he and FAMU President FrederickS. Humphries agreed at a Tuesday meeting that he would be assigned to another post "at a time that' is least disruptive" to the school's athletic program. and South Los Angeles, Oilifornia. Daniels and three of his other clients, Larry McGrew (New England Patriots), Chip Banks and Ben Rudolph (L. A. Express) along with Reece are owners of "Glitter" disco at 9000 Sunset Blvd. in West L. A. As an agent certified by both the NFL Players Assn. and the State of California, Daniels says he's all for the current bill which is presently going through the state legislature which will make it mandatory for all agents to register and put up $50,000 bond. New York is the only other state requiring agents to be bonded. "There's nothing wrong with our program that money won't cure, but that basic problem has led to so many other problems ... ," he said. Wilson, who has held the post for nearly five years, said he decided on the change after suffering two seizures last month. "In the wee morning hours of May the 20th, I had at home a seizure and then while I was in the hospital in the intensive care unit, I had another. "My personal physician, neurologist, cardiologist, they ruled out all physical causes and concluded that the problem was stress related," Wilson said. "Maybe this is the Lord's way of telling me, 'Hey, stop and take a look at yourself,' Wilson added. "I'm not going to be a slow learner.'' He spent five days in the hospital. Wilson said he and Hum phries didn't discuss a poten tial successor or exactly what Wilson's new job would be. He may, however, remain in charge of special events, such as the Orange Blossom Classic. EARLl. PATE Music Studio 1924 E. Comanche Res. 254-3640 Ofc. 237 -( Private: VOICE PIANO THEORY 8 -tv Arr:a a:ack Arts C .. 1 : rf 1\r t s (.,..,;nrT'\..0'"'' Vo: ..t i C'llrr, tx 4dls h lrJ.Lf,i'' S t --= = r:r -.... fiJ =Q. = fiJ > = Q. ... I = =.... = fiJ

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... 'l; (GRANNY) BROWN Funeral services for Mrs. Rachel Brown (Granny), of 2918 E. Chelsea St., formerly 2111 E. 29th Ave. Apt. #190, who passed away, Sun June 9, will be held Satur June 15, at 11 A.M. at Bethel M.B. Church, the Pastor, Rev. L.R. Stancil, officiating. Interment be in the Memorial Park Ce!meterv. Mrs. Brown was a native of Monticello and a resident of Tampa for the past 54 years. She leaves to mourn her demise: 2 devoted Mrs. Lillie Braxton Kirby and husband, Puliston, and Mrs. Maggie Johnson and husband, Don; 2 grandsons, Ernest Braxton, Jr. and wife Gail, and Bernard Graham; J granddaughters, Gloria Daniels and husband, Danny, Bernita Jones and husband Joe, and Linda Singleton; S great granddaughters, Sincl'.r ria Wood s, Trenese Braxto.n Monica Graham, Graham, Khalilia Daniels; 9 great grandsons, Clinton Braxton Michael Daniels Reginald Battles, Fred Battle s : Don, Milton and Jerome Graham, Michael and Harold Graham; a niece, Mrs. Delores White and husband, June; nephews, Samuel Madison and wife, Mary, and Adrian White; a devoted cousin, Ms. Pearl Harley; 1 brother-in law, Josh Hamilton and wife, Audry; son-in-law, Ernest Braxton, Sr.; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel PUGHSLEY fUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES:247-3151 or247-3152 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. 232-8725 We're The Key Ta Fine Service WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th .STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 '' from 5 to 9 P.M. this The family will receive fi'ieiiHs at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening. funeral cor tege will arrange frorq 2918 Chelsea. "AIKENS HOME." BRYANT& WILLIAMS BERLENE McCLENDON Mrs. Berlene McClendon, 2030 Oregon Terrace passed away June 10, in a local hospital. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 12 noon, from the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL, with the Rev. Robert E. Reese, officiating. Entombment will follow in the Shady Grove Cemetery. A native of Thomasville, Ga., Mrs. McClendon was a long time resident of Tampa. Sur vivors include: 5 sons, Andrew Hardy, Fred Bradley, Theodore Hansell, Arnold McClendon and Anthony Mc Clendon; 2 daughters, Denise McClendon and Debra Patter son; 14 grandchildren; 1 cousin, Mr. Eddie Dukes 1 s1ster-in-law, Mrs. Betty Reed and husband, James; a very devoted friend, Isiah Mon tgomery; 2 devoted friends Stacie Morgan and Cheryi Warren and a host of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The remains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Fri day. Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). PUGHSLEY MR. HOMER SAPP Funeral services for Mr. Homer Sapp of 4212-31st Street, who passed away June 6, will be held Saturday at 1 P.M. from Greater Mount Carmel A.M.E. Church, with the Rev. Calvin M. Williams, Pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Sapp was a native of Bainbridge, Georgia and has resided in Tampa for 60 years. He leaves to mourn his passing; 2 devoted sisters Ms. Minnie Kennedy, Tampa: and Ms. Dorothy Forte, New Britain, Connecticut 1 brother, Mr. Perry Sapp 'and wife, Jessie, Tampa; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins among whom is Rev. Terrell Jacobs, Tampa; 2 brothers-inlaw, Mr. James Johnson and Mr. Edgar Sails both of Tam pa and other relatives and friends. The remains will lie in state at Pughsley Cathedral after 5 P.M. Friday (today) and from 12 noon OD;.Saturday at the Church. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME in charge. SHADY GROVE JULIUS A. WILLIAMS Funeral services for Mr. Julius A. Williams, of 1905-15th Ave., who passed away Tuesday, June 11, will be held Saturday, June 15, at 2 P.M. at Shady Grove Funeral Home ChaPel with Rev. James H. Howell, officiating. Inter ment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Mr. Williams was a native and a reSident of Tampa. He was formerly a member of the old Robles Pond Community. ; U.S. Marine Corps, Veteran of World Wr II and U.S. Government Employee for many years. He leaves to mourn his passing: a devoted son, Mr. Harold Williams; mother, Mrs. Pressie Williaf!ls; 3 sisters, Mrs. Alice Montgomery and husband, Henry, Ms. Edith Williams and Ms. Marquerite Williams; 5 brothers, Mr. Clarence Williams, Mr. David Williams, Kenneth Williams, Lionel Williams, and Edward Williams; nephew, Alvin L. Williams; 2 granddaughters Denise Hunter and Williams, 2 grandsons, Harold and Daryl Williams, and 3 great grandchildren, all of Tampa; aunts, Estella Avery and Mrs. Eva Williams of Tampa and Lula Spotford of Washington, D.C.; uncle, Mr. Clarence Brown and wife of Washington, D.C.; a devoted friend, Charles Freeman and a host of other relatives and friends The remains will repose at Shady Grove Chapel from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday even ing. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME. WILSON'S MR. JACK ASHLEY Funeral services for Mr. Jack Ashely (Sgt. Retired) I ; I I t $ .. U.S. Army, who passed at his residence will be held Saturday at 3 P.M. from the Calvary Tabernacle Church (Jefferson Rd. and Hwy. 301), Thonotosassa, FL, with the Elder James A. Wolfe, of ficiating. Interment in the Rock Creek Baptist Church, Dexter, GA. Survivors: his wife, Mrs. Mollie Ashley; daughter, LaVanza Fields; brothers, Aaron, Melvin Dayid Ashley, all of Milwaukee, Wis., Cecil Ashley, Miami, FL and Sgt. Willie Ashley, Ft. Hood, Tex.; sisters, Geraldine Patterson Betty Morrison, Alice Ashley' Doris Baker, Selma Ashley, ali of Miami, FL, Juanita Coffee Fitzgerald, GA; sisters-in-law: Rose Ashley, Fitzgerald, GA, Vera Ashley; Miami, Mary Ashley, Ft. Hood, Tex., Ollie Kelly, Hattie Grier, Willie Mae. Kelly, Earnestine Kelly, Jessae Hall, Colquitt, GA, Bet ty Kelly, Ft. Carson, Colo., Emma Maude Kelly, Vera Mae Kelly, Quincy, FL; brothers-in-law, Charles Pat terson, Ocilla, GA, James Kel ly, Felix Kelly, John Kelly Willie Kelly, Quincy, FL, Sgt: Leroy Kelly, Ft. Carson, Colo; 6 uncles, 4 aunts, one dearly beloved, Mildred Smith Cadwell, GA; a number of. nieces, nephews and other relatives. She was a nataive of Pulaska County, GA. THE CASKET WILL REMAIN CLOSED. The cortege will form at 3415 E. Clifton St. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." CLARA MAE ALLEN Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Mae Allen, 1434 E. Estelle St., Apt. B, who passed in a local hospital will be held Saturday at 1 P.M. from the Greater Bethel M. Baptist Church with the Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr., officiating. In terment in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: her husband, Mr. Samuel (Sam) Allen; aunt, Mrs. Ann Rowe Detroit, Mich.; brothers-inlaw, Mr. Willie Warren, Mr. James Allen and Mr. Herbert Allen; a number of cousins and other relatives. She was a native of Hazlehurst, Ga. and a longtime resident of the Tampa area. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral after 5 P.M. Friday. A WILSON'S SERVICE." MR. LORENZO TOBY Funeral serVices for Mr. Lorenzo Toby of 3706-35th St., who passed : away recently will be held Saturday at i P.M. at Wilson's Funeral Home Chapel with Apostle :!1 A.C. Williams, officiating. In terment will be made in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: a son, Piere R. Toby; i parents, Deacon and Mrs 'i"" Willie F. Toby, Sr., all 0 ( g' Tampa; 1 brother, Sgt. Willie ;= F. Toby, Jr., Fayetteville, NC; 5 aunts, Mrs. Jannie M. Nails ; and husband, Rev. Nails :? Tampa, Mrs. Evelyn 52: and husband, William, San;; ford, Mrs. Elise Roberts and f husband, Vernon, Ms. Winnie Q. Cobb, Detroit, Ml, and Ms. Turner, Polk County; 1 tD mece, Michele Toby; 2 nephews, Michael and Joseph Toby, all of Fayetteville, NC; 1: grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Rutledge, Sanford, and a host of other relatives and friends. Q. A native of Tampa, Mr. Toby had resided here all of his life. :He attended the public schools I and was a 1962 graduate of Middleton High School. He was a veteran of the Vietnam having served honorably m the U.S. Army. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday at the funeral home and the family will receive friends from 7 until 8 P.M. at the funeral home chapel. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." ntinued On 18-A) FUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ray Williams Funeral Home J4J7 N. Albany Ave. 2.53-3479 "When Understanding Most" = Q =-c = fll 1Euerlasting :!lemorial BRONZE 3601 Swann Ave Crest Building Tampa, Florida 33609 BRONZE-GRANITE-MARBLE NO CHARGE COMPANION (Bronze) BRONZE LETTERING SINGLE 36 X 13 $950 DATES 24 )( 12 WORD $650 PHRASE GRANITE EMBLEMS FREE MEMORIALS FREE BROCHURE FROM $395 INSTALLATION ON IN ALL CEMETERIES REQUEST Terms 873-2156 Call Today I' 'J l I 1 > .c;'l trl Cll trl < trl z .., trl trl z >

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IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM -IN MEMORIA!\' CARDOFTHANKS ...; .... "1:1 .t:l ::= = -== ... = = I = ... = In loving memory of our dear mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, niece, aunt, cousin, and friend, Gloria E. Williams, who passed away on June 12, 1984. One year has gone by, but it seems like yesterday. Jesus knows all things.' Our love for you will never die. Loved and missed by: daughter, Gaye; son, William; grandchildren, Gaye and Gloria Lamar; mother and stepfpther, Viola and Christopher Singleton; brother, Odeii Mitchell; aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. IN MEMORIAM THOMAS JACKSON In loving memory of our beloved husband and father, Thomas Jackso'n, who departed this life on Eight years have passed (June 17, 1977) since God called you home to be with Him in Heaven. We often sit and think of you when we are alone; memory, is the only thing that grief can call its own. Sadly missed by your wife, Essie Jackson and daughter, Jodie Wiggins and the entire family. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mr. Joe Drayton, who departed this life June 16, 1983. The memories we all shared will never die. Sadly missed by your loving wife, children and grand children. JOEL F. WEAVER Thirteen years have passed swiftly by, but precious memories of you still linger. We need no special day to br ing you to our minds, for. a day without a thought of you is very hard to find. We think about you always, but especially today, you will never be forgotten, although you're away. Your memory is a keepsake with which we never part, God has you in his keeping, we have you in our hearts. Loving mother, Dessie and family, Dwight, Annette, Myra; 'Mia, Joel and Bruce. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my dear daughter, Mae Willie Hillsman, who departed this life a year ago, Jurie 15, 1984. Sadly mis!Oed by your mother, Ruby Graham; sons, Robert, James, Leon; cousin, Ruby Bland and grand children. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mr. Robert L. Scott, who departed this life June 15, 1984. Sadly missed by wife, children and grandchUdren. 1. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial For $705 Add $100 for services on day and add .)100 for all after 3 p.m. CHARLES RELIFORD ... MRS. EMMA G. SUMPTER Dec. 1, 15, l983 In memory of our mother and' best friend, also our brother, Wilburt Evans and stepfather, Isiah Sumpter. You will always be in our hearts. I Arthur A. and Ann M. Evans. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my husband, Mr. Malachi S. Thomas, wlio passed June 11. 1976. Your presence in my life is greatly missed. God has you in his keeping, have you in our hearts. ', Sadly missed by wife, Rosa L. Thomas and son. Perhaps you sent a ovelyl card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, if so we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say; Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day, whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much whatever the part. Special thanks to those who gave food,' donations, use of their cars and the many other acts of kindness too numerous to mention. May God bless you all; From the family of the late Mrs. Ira Lee Ennis. Dr. Wallace Hqy OPTOMETRIST Paying Customers & Medicaid Accepted 876-8491 W. Buffalo Ave. Omission In the funeral notice of Rita Smith, published day, June 11th, a grand daughter, Mrs. Terlisa of Tampa was omitted. "Sentinel" apologizes to family for any it may have caused them. 248-1921 Children's Doctor Fernando Velasquez, M.D., FAAP 3502 N. Nebraska Ave. (Dr. Gavilla's Office) 273-09870r I 879-1985 Paying Customers & Medicaid Accepted Psychic-Spiritualist Madame Ann Solves all life's problems of Love, Money, Health, Bad Luck. Removes Evil Spells and Curses. Gives you Lucky Numbers and Days. Answers all your questions. Madame Ann can and will help you!! Results Where Others Have Failed. 6025% N. Dale Mabry I blk. N. of Hillsborough 875-4697 Bus Stop No.40 Shady Grove Fu _neral Home Located At 2305 N. Nebraska Ave. Near Columbus Drive HENRY AIKENS LICENSED. FUNERAL DIRECTOR CHARLES RELIFORD Owner IS. ONE OF TAMPA'S, FINEST LUXURIOUS FUNERAL HOMES, IS A TRADITION." SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME OFFERS THE FINEST IN LIMOUSINE SERVICE, BEAUTY AND ELEGAN<;:E. 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!!

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a : 5606 -N.: 40 $T... Ph. 238-9120 :.: USDA FOOD STAMPS .. ACCEPTED I Western Select OX TAILS '119 Lb. USDA Choice RIB STEAKS --'299 Lb. USDA Choice OPEN MQN.-SAT. 8 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SUN. 9 A.M.-6 P.M.. PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 7 THRU JUNE 15 Lykes AII"Meat Hot Dogs Small 169Lb. Large 179 L b 10 Lb. Box 1490 BEEF SHORT RIBS. '169 Lb. USDA Choice cHUCK ROAST '169 Lb. .. TURKEY WINGS 59C Lb. TURKEY NECKS 49C Lb 1 0 LB. BUCKET WILSO N Chitterlings $799 us-oA FOOD STAMPS ACCEPTED Western Corn Fed PORK STEAKS $169 Lb. Lean Meaty S .PARE RIBS '189 Lb. Lean Smoked HAM SLICES '169 Lb Lean Smoked _HAM ENDS 99C Lb. > "( = = I'D I = = -I'D = "'CC = r:r fiJ ={'D. c,. > = c.

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.................................................................................................. .. .... CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT Tampa Area The world's leading business ad visory organization, serving over 500,000 executives in all fields of business, government and industry offers an opportunity for High Earnings career Growth Our business-communication. Cosmetic A full time l>erson needed for Mahogany Image .and Flori Roberts cosmetics. Deportment store ex perience preferred. Apply in person, Personnel Dept. 3rd Floor. Monday thru Friday, 10 AM to 4 PM. 201 West Shore Plaza EOE New Lounge needs Kitchen help. Cook. Applications ac cepted now. Call 224-0037. Claims Clerk Immediate opening for in dividual with insurance ex perience. Must type 45 WPM accurately. Call Jackie Jones, 879-0720. EOE M/F CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great income potential. All occupations. For information call: (312) 742-8620, ext. 339. PROGRESS VILLAGE BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, stucco cement block, new roof. V A-$0 down, FHA $1500 down, $395/month. $37,400. 876-0780. Our product-knowledge-current, timely iactual, accurate-providing practical guidance to increase Mem ber's net profits. Houseparent Live-In Evaluator 1 Reliable. Assume duties. WANTEDI! $14,165 yr. HS + 2 yrs. exp Middle age person only!! MorNeed not have following. GREAT FORECLOSURES Concrete block home, 3 bedrooms/1 bath, asking $39,500 with $500 down. If you are results-oriented and aggressively dedicated to success chances are we have an opportunity for you. in real estate, prop. appraisal, Contact Hair Dazzlers Beauty land development, or related. nings, 251 "4620; eves., Salon. 237-8923. Some substitution allowed. Wheel And 20 Factory Jobs Showcase your talent and 2 bedrooms/1 bath, $23,000 with $200 down. We offer a successful sales person Typical first year Income of $35 000 (draw vs. commission) with excellent fringes AI Cl k J t earn $$$$. Aniateur Enter-Tire Specialist so er an1 ors, H k tainers of all types needed for 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, asking $55,000 with $600 down. $12,917 yr. completion of 9th ouse eepers F d S club performance. Get your No ceiling on potential earnings. grade + 1 yr. exp in oo ervlce. A I mm d1' tely act together and call B. J., Reynold Diaz: Results-oriented training. Successful sales experience a must. Sound interesting? To learn more through an interview send resume to: maintenance, repair, inspection P P Y 1 e a 237 1851 238-6217. Lie. Real Estate Bkr. 238-6100 of wheels, tires, and rims, balancing, front end alignment AVON Tim Tranetzkl '""' or acceptable related. Merchandise Handler Call now for sales position Clair Mel-Area Apply for either by 3 P.M. Immediate openings in our full or part-time. Will train. 3 BR/2 bath, block home_ Friday' June 21. warehouse for merchandise. Jackson Heights, Belmont no financing needed, $8,000. Hillsborough County $7 00/ h Heights and Coli H'll Startmg rate per our; ege 1 To assume with possible Dept TS o. P .O. Box 767123 Roswell, Georgia 30076 \ J -r::f'RESEARCH Civil Service 238-8128. top pay $8.00/per hour after 1 1 -----------...... owner financing, corner lot, INSTITUTE OF AMERICA INC N Y C 925 Twiggs, Tampa, Fla. 33602 .. Equal Opportunity yr. Excellent benefits. Apply fenced. No credit check. Employer in person to: Ace Hardware Wanted! Brandon-Valrico Corp., 1220 U. S. Hgwy. 301 Mature and l oving person to Area A.ro EQual Opportunrty EmplOyer M f F Firefighter With The City Of Tampa The Pay Is Outstanding: $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, Ctlll: Paris Jlon Lockette City Of Tmf'll EEO 0/fter 223-8191 SUMMER JOBS with The Summer Youth Employment Program and Pledge-a-Job Jobs Available In The Public And Private Sector 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 EEO OHice, City of Tampa 306 E. Jackson Street 7th Floor North baby sit my 3 month old son. 3 BR/2 B th bl k h N., Tampa 3361?. EOE a oc orne, Flexible hours Monday-no financing needed. A / G Traffic Friday. Call anytime, pool, large lot, fenced, newly Television StatiOn: 963-3320. landscaped and remodeled. Must have some experience No credit check. in broadcast traffic procedures FOR SALE Clair Mel Area or will consider broadcast 3 BR/2 bath block home. degree. Responsibilities inDO YOU EARN No financing needed $5,000 elude timing program formats $ 3 00 down-owner financing possiand inputting format times in: ble, 70x100 lot, fenced, no to computer. Speed and acPer Week? credit check. curacy a must. Computer exThen For Want To Build Your perience preferred. Reply to: Own Home Or Duplex? Jennifer Scott, WFfS, Chan-$27 5 R-2 corner lot, 80x225 nel 28, 4501 E. Columbus $23,000. May divide, high and Drive, Tampa, FL 33605. Per Month Payment dry. You Con North Fla. Ave. Rehabilitation Business opportunity Therapist B U Y auto oriented area, metal To work professionally with building approx. 2,400 sq. ft., youthful offenders. Bachelor's A new 2 bedroom paved lot, sale or lease, degree with a major in one of .. ,..,.,n.,,. .. se heat pump, $6 the Behavorial Sciences or & refrigerator; vocational education. Salary for a new 3 bedroom Want to go house shopping? One Call is all it takes for me $575-$626 bi-weekly depenh home; or $350 for a to pick you up. 1 show homes ding upon experience. 4 bedroom/2 bath in all areas.! Mail completed State of Down payment 3%,. Call: Mel Bermudez: Florida Application and/or Realtor Assoc., Eves. resume to: Personnel Office, TIMELESS PROPERTIES 884-4357: 24 hours, Hillsborough Correctional In878 885-0102. s titution, P. 0 Box 68. 9-2131 Jack Sensate Riverview, Fla., 33569, before Realty Corp., 884-4234 6128 / 85. AA/EOE RECREATION THERAPIST DIRECTOR To run useful inmate in stitution recreation progr am. A Bachelors degree w / major in recreation or phy sica l education and 2 yrs. profe s sional exp. in conducting in stitutional recreational activi ty. Minimum salary $15,821 annually depending upon ex perience. Submit a completed State of Florida application and resume to: Personnel Dept., Hillsborough Correctional In stitution, P.O. Box 878, River view, FL 33569. EOE / AA Loan Interest Mortgages For First Time Home Buyers. Maximum Loan $76,700 for New Houses. Income Must Not Exceed $28,300; 9.807o Interest. More Details Call: Alvin Hamilton Real Estate Assoc. Ofc. 253-2829 Eves. 961-9137 ROSSITER OF FLA REALTY

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CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT... FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT FOR RENT MONEY TALKS! CB house, 2716 29th Street, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call 258-5151. FHA H'ome. Low down payment. Small monthly pay ment. Quick occupancy. Call for free information. WALT;BREWER REALTY 933-6621 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.; evenSHINE BRITE Professional hair weaving and nail designs. Personal ser vice. Call Sunshine, 935-7315. Install doors, cmling fans and paneling. Fret!" Estimates. Call: 621-8483. 1 bedroom apt. for rent with A/C. No children or pets. 228-9115. House For Rent Call after 5 P.M., 248. )Ve buy Homes. Any Condi1 room apartment for rent, 2 bedroom, $250/month. 1 FATHER'S DAY Any Area. lady preferred. 319 E. 7th bedroom, $220/month. 105 Fri., Sat., & Sun. Tom P. Ma1'tino Avenue. W. Francis. 221-0452 or Bar-B-Que RiHs & (hicken; Inc., Realtor --------!I 0 2018 E. 7th Ave. Apt. for rent, 2 bedrooms, .. Fresh Water Fish; esserts. 248_6111 gas appliances. Must sign FOR RENT Corner Central and Adalee, in tease. 247-4300. Small apartment by week or front of Robles Lake. MORTGAGE t----------..;...-f month. 932-2856. Credit Checks. Tony Large 2 bedroom apt. for J....-----------1 We Buy Land. Any Area. Muniz, Jr., licensed Morrent, concrete block, AC, $265 Efficiency & 1 BR apt., Call Herman, 248-6111 or tgage Broker, 6304 N. month or $70 week. Water in-$125/deposit, as tow as eves. 248-6256. Avenue, 237-5011. eluded. 5906 No. 40th Street. $50/week including water, Tom P. Martino t-....;.;.;;;.;..;,;;.;L,;,;;O;..S;.;;E...;..W..;E;.;.I.;.G.;;.H.;..T ___ -1.__2_38_-_16_9_7_. _______ -+ garbage & sewage. 223-4600, Inc. Realtor -r-2018 E. 7th Ave. Dkk Gregory's amazing ROOMS FOR RENT ask for Dan. 248-6111 Slim-Safe Bahamian Diet. 2nd Avenue Ybor C'ty .,_;;.;._ __________ __ 2 apartments for rent. 105Vz 1--------------t You l'an get it here in Tampa. neat and clean, reasonable, and 107 S. 22nd. Street. Call H 1-:A L TH Ll N E, refrigerator and cooking Deposit $l60, Rent $250/per t-2-28_-_77_3_2_. _______ -f facilities. 238-3244 or month. 247 2 893, from 8:00 ings, 248-6256. TOM P. MARTINO Live-In Needed Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. To share home with elderly a-------------t man. Will pay small salary; SYLVIA WIGS & a.m. to 4:00 p 'm. PRICE REDUCED elderly male or female. Call BEAUTY SALON Apt. For Rent 2271 E. Hillsborough 1 bedroom/1 bath, $100 2 BR apt. for' rent, 3 bedrooms, newly remodel238-3575, 6 A.M.-9 P.M. (Eastgate Plaza) deposit, $45 week. 2306-13th $275/mo., $200 de'posit. ed. 1--------------a 239-3404 St. Drive by then call own utmties, 2532 W. Walnut. WEST TAMPA 3 bedrooms/) bath, $34,900. BUILDING LOTS 53 X 112 Call Cora Martin, 237-1866 or 223-5214. Thinking Of Buying Or Selling A House? Call: Garrett Realty, Inc., 875-4865; eves. 870-3299, Ollie. 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 Assoc. Inc., Realtor A INVESTORS 3 BR/1 B, 2 story home with extra lot, 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 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 879-1933 2LOTS Zoned residential, high and dry, $5000 each. Owner will carry at 1207o with substantial down. Call Bess, evenings, 239-1793. BAY AREA MANAGERS INC., 237-1866 MISCELLANEOUS MONeY TO LEND Mortgage Loans up to $15.000. '\o Credit Checks. Wigs_ Complete Hair 932-3077. Days, 248-3791; after 6:30 call Care 1--1-b_e_d_r_o_o_m--u-n-fu_r_n_i ... sh_e_d-fJ.-9 8 5-_8 4 8 0_ --------tl Tom P. Martino, Inc., Realtor tr:=:=:N=ex:u:s=P:ro:d:u:c:ts=='ti duplex, 315 W. Amelia, Call after 5 P.M. 877-5951. SECTION 8 ONLY 2018 E. 7th Ave. Ph: 248-6111 Is it true you can buy Jeeps for $44.00 through the U.S. government? Get the facts to (lay. Call 312-742-1142, ext. 9924. HOME IMPROVEMENTS Quality work. All types. Repairs, remodeling, and new l'Onstrul'lion. Class A lil'ense l'ontral'lor. 238-3244 or 988-8551. Remodeling by Curtis Woodard. Specializing in in terior or exterior l'arpentry. Free estimates, easy bank financing. lil'ensed and bond ed. 2404 N. 34th St., +48-3424. We buy Homes and Lots For Cash. ANTHONY & ASSOCIATES REALTOR 6304 N. Nebraska 237-5011 GORDY'S AIR-CONDITIONING & HEATING All applianl'es oH. l'lll'lril'al, refrigerators and frelztrs, il'e mal'hine, a l l', Call 223-9233. REWARD $5-$500 For Your Junk Car Fast Free Pickup 626-6124 FOR RENT Apt. for rent by week or by month. 989-0271. Unfurnished 1 BR apt., 2305-15th St. Clean and reasonable. 238-3244. IMMEDIATE RESULTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 1 bedroom home, 78201/z N. Efficiency for rent, 13th Street. Call 237-1371. $55/week, $55 deposit; .,_ ___________ __ utilities paid, 45 or older. ROOMS FOR RENT Single man preferred. COLUMBUS DRIVE/ 247-7034. FLORIDA AVE. New large 2 BR CB duplex Furnished, neat, clean and for rent, 50th & Buffalo area, reasonable. 238-3244 or $300/month plus deposit; 988-2587. available early July. Call J-----------.. 961-0198 after 6 P.M. Adult furnisfted rooms and apartment, very nice, conve. 3 bedroom house for rent, nient location. 228-9538. $280/month or $75 week, $200 ROOMS FOR RENT 1807 E. Columbus Dr. deposit. 626-6562. ROOMS FOR RENT Large furnished rooms with burglar bar door, near Florida Avenue. Newly remodeled. Bathroom and kitchen privileges. $45/week plus $15.00 deposit required. 221-3813 or 253-2539. Neat, clean and reasonable, refrigerator and cooking-' > facilities. 238-3244 or = HOUSE FOR RENT ::!. C all after 5 p.m. 248-2679. Four (4) apartments -2 1 BR efficiency furnished bedrooms each. Section 8 apl!., apartment, utilities included, $75/weekly plus deposit. HOUSE FOR RENT ;. Reynold Diaz Two houses, 2 bedrooms t'!':! Lie. Real Esta.te Bkr. dining, living room, kitchen, 9: 238-6100 porches. 3623 18th St. and Q. 2410 9th Avenue. Call = I BR duplex, 2613 Cypress 254_ 0604 rll St., Stove, refrig., A/C, very .. 1 clean, burglar bars. 621-4166, MONEY TALKS! after 7 P.M. 1 and 2 bedroom apts for rent, a/c. I & M Apts., 1002 Nice clean private rooms for Lemon St. 258 5151 nice clean working people. J--..-...;;....;...;;;.;..;...;..;;.;..;;.;.,.. ___ __ Private, reasonable, furnished 2314 2nd AVE. and all utilities included. 2 -2 Bedroom apartments 254-3975. for rent, w/w carpet, elec. & heat & air. 247-1879 or Unfurnished apartme11t, 933-5966. $45/week, $100 security 1--------------11 deposit. 2306 13th Street. 1 3 BR frame house, stove bedroom/1 bath. 932-3077. and refrigerator, 2903 28th '1. 3 bedroom house for rent. Avenue. $100 deposit, Ye/YTZUuzLidm: Pay your own utilities. 2205 E. _2_38_-_o_35_3_. __ ._ amaAe o-r rMkp, oa:Ufe 17th Avenue. Call days 248-2210, after 6 p.m 985-8480. !Tmku/uai APARTMENTS (]o-M,-ol Jer-vice.r FOR RENT 1,2,3,4 bedroom apart-= INCLUDING PAP SMEARS, VD SCREENING, t S f h d ;.. The Columbus Company is ALL METHODS OF BIRTH CONTROL .s. or_nde 2u29rn01s8 e2 some G"l seeking quotes from ut11t1es pa1 -6 Hillsborough County certified SOUTH TAMPA NORTH TAMPA LEASE DBEs and WBEs, for work on OPTION t!l Project No. 156-85, Construe251-0505 961-7907 $5,000 down $1,000 per z tion of Bruce B. Down Blvd. month. Town/Country Area. ITS Bid on June 20, 1985. Call Abortion Federation and Abortion Center 1 acre. 4 bed, 2 bath, near airI VERY WISE 0 .. .. .. .. I: regarding this project. 884-8824.

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! DRUG ARRESTS Police Officers Deliver Baby ..; .... < Q -f!: Chester Ughtburn, 57, 3007 reported to police an unidentified suspect forced their way into Jettye's Stop Restaurant, 2916 N. 34th St., and fled the scene $450 in cash. According to police reports, an unidentified suspect broke the home of Ms. Ruby Dugar, 58, 2114 W. State St., and fled the scene with $983 worth of merchandise. A color T.V. valued at $400 and a man's wedding band valued at $125 were taken by unidentified culprit, who the home of Jackson, 52, 6739 St., according to ... .... reports. Police reported that an unidentified suspect broke in to the residence of Ms. Leona Allen, 38, 8710 Orange View Ave., and fled the scene with $30 in cash and $200 worth of electronic equip ment. By removing a panel from front door, an unknown took a Video Cassette Recorder valued at $199 99 from the home of Ms. Parisa Butler, 43, 806 E. police reports state. An unidentified culprit, ac. cording to police reports, forc ed their way into the home of Micky Taylor 26, 219 W. Mohawk, and fled the scene with $100 in cash. Ms. Valerie Gail Johnson, 31, 1225 E. 25th Ave., reported to police that an unidentified suspect broke in to her home and fled the scene with a Video Cassette Recorder valued at $300. A lawn mower valued at $290 and a television set valued at $99 were removed by an unidentified suspect, who burglarized the home of King Solomon Safford, 32, 3410 E. Lake Ave., according to police reports. Cll ly entered the home of Ms. Joanne Edwards, 33, 6757 Elm Ct., Apt. fled the scene of merchandise. J TliEFTS Ms. Unda Greene Staten, 28, 2406 E. 32nd Ave Apt. 435, reported to police that a known male suspect took a sewing machine valued at $300 and a boy's bicycle valued at $120 from her apartment An unidentified suspect, ac cording to police reports, fled the scene at 5000 N. Central Ave. with a bicycle valued at $200 and belonging to Robert R. Dixon, 15, 2707 N. Morgan. Police reported that an unidentified -suspect removed a T.V., valued at $350, from the home of Ms. Kate Carnegie, 68, 3413 E. Buffalo. Approximately $153 in cash plus other miscellaneous items belonging to Walker Lewis Johnson, 30, 1807 E. Colum bus Dr., were taken by a known male suspect, who fled the scene at the same location, according to police reports. According to police reports, $1,200 in cash plus other miscellaneous items were taken by an unidentified culprit, from an automobile belonging to Joe Russell Hayes, 42, 1420 E$telle St., Apt. D. The theft occurred the corner of N. Howard Ave. and Main St. Car stereo equipment valued at $247 and belonging to Arnold L. Montgomery, 4408 E. 22nd Ave.; was taken by an unidentified suspect who fled the scene from the same location, according police reports. It was reported to police that an unidentified male suspect snatched $252 in cash out of the hands of Cleveland Lee Jackson, 42, 507 E Frances, Apt. I, and fled the scene at the corner of N TamAccording to police reports, In Back Seat Of Cruiser Claude Rudolph Coleman, 33, 4312 E. Henry Ave., was ar rested and charged with possessip.n of marijuana while at 105 W. Ross. While at the corner of N 42nd St. and E. Chelsea, police arrested Morris Keith Bush, 26, 4216 E. Osborne, and charged him with posses sion of marijuana. Arrested and charged with possession of marijuana while in the Ben T. Davis Beach parking lot, according to police reports, was Oren P. Williams, 26, 1917 State St. Nigel Blair Hall, 19, 2912 25th Ave., was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana while at 4528 E. Columbus Dr., according to police reports. While in the 3700 block of N 13th St police arrested Terry Keith Powell, 24, 3209 E. Ellicott, and charged him with possession of marijuana. According to police reports, Ms. Helen Marie Dixon, 25, 49Jl. 37th St was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana while at the cor ner of Kennedy and Ar rowana. Arrested and charged with possession, sale, and delivery of cocaine while at 22nd St. and Columbus Dr., according to police reports, was Steven Leslie Holmes, 26, 1817 15th Ave. Twenty-one-year-old James Gregory 3017 W. Platt St., was arrested and charged with sale, and delivery of marijuana while at 602 W Palm, according to police reports. Tyrone E. McDaniels, 41, 3303 E. Buffalo Ave was ar rested and charged with possession of m arijuana while Weather Report TY Today scattered showers throughout the day. High 90, low 77. A young Black woman and two Tampa Police Officers were brought together June 3 in an event that they and many others will not soon forget. Just a few hours before their meeting, the young woman began having contractions at regular intervals Since this was her ninth month of pregnancy, she soon determin ed that she was about to go into labor. She quickly sum moned help and was enroute to Tampa General Hospital. Everything was going smoothly until her transport ing car was struck by another car at the intersection of W. Cass St. and N. Tampa St. and was disabled. There was n6 one around to take her on to the hospital. The contractions were more frequent now. Labor was near. Help seemed to be nowhere around. Just then they noticed a car coming south on Tampa St. A police car. Officers J .B. Lefevre and M.M. Simmons slowed to a stop when they were informed of the cir cumstances. Immediately Of ficer Simmons advised police radio of the situation and re quested an ambulance. Meanwhile. Officer Lefevre, a 12-year veteran and father of two children, ran to the pregnant woman who was J.B. LEFEVRE at 4309 N. 34th St., according to police reports MERRICK SIMMONS now outside her wrecked car. She told him she was in labor, "Now!" He quickly carried her to police car and placed her side trying to make her com fortable. There was no sign the ambulance coming, but the baby was and no one could change or stop it. The two officers and relying on their training and natural did what they were forced do. They safely delivered healthy baby boy without complications in the back seat of Police Car 230. After the ambulance arrived and took over, the officers ad vised police radio of the birth. The on duty shift and supervisors all gratulated the happy via police radio. 0 Lefevre and Simmons also ex tended their best wishes to the mother and child and told "we hope he becomes a cop. The mother and child are now, the officers are back their beat, but no one will forget their meeting at a.m. that Monday morning. According to police reports, an unidentified suspect unlawfully entered the apart ment of Leroy Johnson, 37, 906 Oakhurst, Apt. 199, and fled the scene with a microwave valued at $600. pa St. and E. Amelia St. Saturday chance of showers, but later becoming sunny. High 91 low 75. By prying open the front door at the residence of George White, Jr., 60, 3302 E: Genessee, an unidentified suspect removed an AM / FM Cassette Pla y er valued at $150 and a man' s diamond ring valued at $150 police report s state. Police repqrts stated that an unidentified suspect unlawfulHezeJdah Perry, 42, 1600 34th St. N., Apt. 2, St. Petersburg, reported to police that an unidentified male suspect fled the scene at the corner of Nebraska Ave. and 21st Ave. with $215 in cash. Two unidentified black male su s pect s according to police report s, fled the scene at the corner of E. Hender s on and N. Lamar with $275 in cash and other mis cellaneous item s belonging to John Robinson, 41, 2127 Palmetto. Fronk's Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 621-4034 Residential Commercial Arranged FRANK E. JOHNSON Owner Free Home Security Tips Sunday warm and High, 90, Low 73. 10,60. Brutality to an animal is cruelty to manldnd-99,54. it is only the in the victim. 77, 66. Ricky E. Attorney At Law (5112 Yrs. State Attorney's Office) Personallnlury and Wrongful Death (Vehicle Accidents, Slip & Fall, Railroad, Boat & Motorcycle Accidents, Defective Products, Uninsured Motorists). Criminal Defense (State & Federal Court) (Felonies, Drug Cases, Misdemeanors, Traffic, OWl and Juvenile). Divorce Custody Support

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Taking Harvey 'Heat' Requests From Residents, Street Bumps After taking the "heat" from his neighbors for more a year, City Councilman Perry Harvey, Jr. requested that speed bumps be placed on the street he resides, River Grove Dr in east Tampa. On Thursday, the Tampa Cit y Council voted to have eig ht s peed bumps in s talled b e tween 34th and 40th Street s on Riv er Grove Or. According to a letter from Steve Tindale Director of the Dept. of Public Work s the s peed bumps will be in s talled by the end of July, 1985. Residents have complained to Harvey as their council repre s entative and broached the matter to council chair woman Sand y Freeman as well a s to coun cil member Lee Duncan about the need for th e s pe e d bumps in their com munity. Complaints have a lso been aired by Robert Scott, pre s ident of the River Grove Civic A s sociation, and At torney Warren H. Daw s on had also sought help on the matter. According to a resident, C. Blythe Andrew s Jr., cars have s teadil y used River Grove Dr as a cutoff street from the COUNCILMAN HARVEY an hour," Andrew s said. "There are also unauthorized trucks that travel through here frequently." He als o stated heavy traffic that flows along ROBERT SCOTT 40th St. "Cars come through ... President, River Grove here 60, 70, and 80 miles Civic Association To Receive Awards Tonight Mrs. Claudia Silas, left, and former County Commissioner E L. Bing are among those who will receive awards tonight (Friday) at the Tampa Branch NAACP Awards and Freedom Fund banquet. Mrs. Silas will receive one of the Humanitarian awards and Mr. Bing will receive an award for his commitment to high ethical standards to county government. The banquet will be held at the Holiday Inn-Airport, 4500 W. Cypress and begins at 7 p.m. For ticket information, call 251-0228. NAACP freedom fund Dl11ner friday, June 14 7 P.M. Holiday Inn-Airport 4500 W. Cypress Guest Speaker: REV. JULIUS HOPE The Dinner Will Be Sponsored By The Tampa Branch NAACP, And The President, Bob Gilder, lnvites. Friends And Supporters Of The NAACP To Attend. Awards Will Be Given To Citizens For Their Outstanding Services To The Community: Commissioners E. L. Bing, Matt Jetton And John Paulk; Others To Be Awarded Are: Norman Hickey, Claudia Silas, Chief Robert Smith And Attorney Arthenia Joyner. Get Your Tickets At The Door. Today Is The Day! 251-0228 Or 238-1228 that there are no s idewalks in the neighborhood wliere there are many small children and teenagers. .. Andrews learned that 'f6t mer city councilman Llo y d Copeland had sought s peed bumps during his tenure, but had been told that s peed bumps could not be because it was a c ollector street" and not a local street." The stre e t ha s been reclassified to accommodate the s peed bumps. "Speed bump s are used fre quently in the county,'' An drews said "and they're being installed more in the city he said "We have con stantly been on Councilman Harvey's back about the traffic that flows through thi s communit y," Andrews said. "He ha s taken the heat from residents and followed through on it'' by bringing it before the council. Fathers Should (Continued From Page 3-A) lucrative neighborhood business keep s him in touch with the community. He is founder of the Song Birds, a now defunct gospel singing group "that traveled from place to place carrying the gospel in song." He is a member of First Baptist Church of College Hill, Rev Young Glover, pastor; a mem ber of the Masonic Lodge, Armettia B&B Society and a Lily White His wife is worthy matron on an Eastern Star organization. Wishing him a "Happy Father's Day" on Sunday will be Elizabeth Davis, a housewife; Alberta Worthy, a bookkeeper in Washington D. C.; Earl W. Stephens, a supervisor with Westinghouse in Boston, MA; Eartha Hill with the Ybor City Boys and Girls Club; Willie Mae Thorpe, Kidney Foundation; Harper, Jr., a computer pro grammer, with the county; Ann Cooper, an assis tant manager at Sears; and Adali Easter Stephens, a con struction worker. Also sending special greetings will be 39 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Center Plans Summer Activities The staff of the Hillsborough County Center of Excellence is conducting a six week Academic and Cultural Enrichment Program for kindergarteners through 12th grade students at nine community churches in the black community this sum mer. The program begins on June 26, and will run through August 7. Registration for the pro gram will be held on Saturday, June 15, at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center, 2300 N. Oregon in West Tam pa, from noon to 2 p.m. The only charge is a $13.25 ac tivity fee. Nineteen-Year-Old Nabbed For Bay Area Robberies According to police reports, 19-year-old James F Davis, 1326 D Governor St., was ar rested on Thursday and charg ed with three counts of armed robbery His accomplice and girlfriend, 26-year-old Sheri Acosta, s ame address, was also arre s ted and charged with one count of armed bank rob ber y Poli c e sp o k e s man Johnny Bark e r e x plain e d th a t in ve stigators had identified Davis a s th e hold-up man in two bank robberies : a May 24 incident at the NCNB Bank JAMES F. DAVIS 249 S. Hyde Park, i n which and Lewis Carr, the bank's $10,603 .92 was taken; and security officer. No one was another attempt at the same injured. bank on Wedne s da y, June II. According to report s Davis Davis is als o c harged with a wa s hiding between the May I 0 robbery of the Steak and the in s ulation again s t the 'N Eggs Kit c hen at 2112 W. fire wall of his three-level Kenned y Blvd. apartment building Police ofBarker further explained ficials u sed broom handle s to that Aco s ta wa s allegedly inpunch the insulation whi l e volved with the June 11 incisearching for the su s pect. sa dent, and is also being charged Davi s allegedly shouted as an acce s sory after the fact ob s cenities as police forced :; of the May 24 bank robbery. him into the waiting police =e. cruiser. Acosta was arrested She repor t edly picked Davis ., up after the first incident near while dri v ing the car used in 'i" the May 24th robbery. t= MacDill Air Force Base, and = drove him to a s econd robBoth suspects are being held ;:: b at the Hill s borough County ery. d -= Witnesses to the June 11 Jail. Acosta is un er an : '"l:j robbery stated that gun shots $18,000 bond but no bond = were exchanged between Davis has been set for Davis. g: Streets Paved [ Chavez Wants In The Black BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer City Councilwoman Helen Chavez feels that the city is wasting the taxpayer's money by repaving the streets in Hyde Park. She would rather see that kind of project going on in the black community. But Councilwoman Chavez wasn't able to convince her fellow colleagues, or the city's administration to stop the Hyde Park repaving project at yesterday's City Council meeting "Over in Hyde Park, the streets do not need repaving," she stated. "Some of the streets might need minor repairs," Coun cilwoman Chavez reflected, but quickly added that the city is "spending the tax dollars in an area that does not need it." According to Councilwoman Chavez, the streets in Hyde Park are already made out of brick. Pouring a black top road over the bricks will turn that area into a speedway. Following City Councilman Perry Harvey's advice, and Community < I'll from her own knowledge, the council member would rather the city repave streets in the black community. "Mr. Harvey says there are many areas in the black com munitv that need help," she said. "22nd Street and 30th Street (just to name a few in = > = c. ::!. the Belmont Heights area) I !leed a lot of help According to Chief of Staff George Pennington, the city's = effort to preserve brick streets S. only includes red brick and not = asphalt block streets. Public Works and Water = Resources Administrator e' Michael Salomon also explainf: ed, "A condition evaluation was made on numerous streets in Hyde Park before streets were selected for repaving Councilman Harvey could not be contacted concerning Councilwoman Chave<.'s com ments on paving rqads in his district. In other council action, the board authorized the construc tion of speed humps on River Grove Drive. Councilman Harvey has been pushing for speed humps as a means of slowing down t}1e traffic. Phone Your News 248-1921 UNITED WONDERS SPONSORING OUT OF SCHOOL SKATING PARTY TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1985 8 P.M. -11 P.M. STARDUST SKATING CENTER 5107 N. 22nd Street Tampa, Florida ADMISSION: $3.00

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, )>: :-. .. ,...: ... :'\ i ... .(, if., _.,, ... ... ."lp ; '!1 t'. .. SH6l 'tl 3Nnr 'x vonu Men/s Shoe Sale ... Give Dad selected leather and canvas famous maker Shown just 2 styles from our collection. A. Carl Michaels leather boat shoe in brown or navy Reg 48.00, 35.99 B. Sperry Top-Sider canvas slip-on in wh ite or navy Reg 30.00. 19.99. Men' s Shoes Just For Dad A sftnbol of your love: diamond ring values. Make this Father's Day one that he'lllong remember with a gift of a diamond ring from our Fine Jewelry collection Choose from 4 stylishly fashioned designs all mount9(;11 i n 14-kt gold, all at 20% savings Fine Jewelry Collection Reg A. Solitaire diamond ...... ... $450 B. Nugget with diamonds $550 C. Solitaire diamond ...... $800 D '."tontemporary with center Sale $360 $440 $640 and surrounding diamonds ... $1250 $1 000 .1 THE DAY FOR DAD IS SUNDAY, JUNE 16 Gift ideas for Dod Quality small electrics from Panasonic and Remington A. Panasonic Panabrator II electric massage. Relieves tired aching muscles and soothes ten sion Variable speeds with 2 massaging surfaces : flat round surface or hard ribbed surface for concentrated relief 39.99. B. Remington cord shaver XLR-800 Remarkable Micro Screen allows for incredibly close shave Travel case included. 39.99 Also Remington Deluxe rechargeable shaver XLR-3000. not shown 69 99 S mall Electrics oos BrGthers FLORIDA SHOP ALL STORES DAILY: 10 a.m.'til9 pm. SHOP SUNDAYS: noon'til530 p m Just charge It with your Moos Brothers American Express or Diners Club card SUO!J!P3 QJOO: J3t)-"!J.{ PUV A.IOJA3 POJQS!JqDd "Bf.{ 8: OM.L J!lV d

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THE SUNDAY ---SCHOOL LESSON BY REV A. LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church The Day Of The Lord .... Amos Wine, sex, money: When these words were first spoken, the conditions in the land were similar to those in the United States today. The rich people had all they wanted money, sex .and wine to drink Much of what they had came from taking advantage of the poor people. Isn't that about the way it is today? Because of the people's great sins, God sent His messenger to warn them to stop the injustice to the poor or else He would let other countries come in and destroy them. God needs people today to speak for Him. Every fair minded person would agree that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a spokesman for God to America. He was sent to tell America that racial prejudice and discrimination in the United States (and around the world) displeases God. If bigots in America do not stop the injustice and unequal treatment they can expect the judgment of God to come. God said Israel had turned justice (being fair to others) into "wormwood." "Wormwood" was a bitter herb or weed. He probably meant that the Israelites did not like the "taste" or idea of doing right toward others God was deeply distrubed because their sins were so great. They were taking excess from the poor and using the money to build beautiful homes for themselves. They were also taking bribes from certain people. When the poor and needy came to the govern ment for fair treatment, they were turned away. Amos pleaded with them to stop all this. He warned them to hate evil and love good, to insist on justice for all people. If they failed to do this, he said, they could expect only punishment from God. Throughout the Bible, God expresses extreme interest in the welfare of the poor aild reserves some of His most scathing indictments for those who take advantage of them. In the Old Testament, the poor were to have the right to 6 :1-7; 8:7-12 .. glean the left'overs the harvests, to have spcl:ial por tions given them in the sab batical years, and charging in terest rates to the poor was forbidden. Without a doubt there is a similarity between Amos' day and our own and hardly needs discussion. Admittedly, there are some "welfare cheaters," however, it is abundantly clear that the basic needs of many American childreri, elderly, and disabled go unmet despite the fact that America is by far the richest nation the world has ever known. Starvation is rampant in Africa, India and other coun tries Is there no solution for these horrible conditions? Cer tainly there is. The problem is that people in general, and perhaps especially Christians, are not sufficiently motivated to do anything about it. We are not willing to share what we have with those who do not have. Also, we may not be do ing all we can to call attention to the plight of these people in order that more of the tax dollars we have contributed to our government may be used to alleviate the sufferiog. Failure on our part to take seriously the interests of the poor may well hasten God's judgment' upon our nation. The Lord said, "You are doomed, you that twist justice and cheat people out of their "rights'!" "Wailing shall be in all streets; and they shall say in all the highways, Alas! Alas! ... Woe unto you that desire the day of the Lord! .... As if a man did flee from alion, and a bear met him; or went into the house, and leaned his hand on the wall, and a serpent bit him. There is no escape from divine wrath when demands of justice are flouted or neglected. God may seem to move slowly, but as God told the prophet, "It will not be a day late." Our only hope of escaping the tragedy of divine displeasure is to allow justice to "run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream.'' Israel thought the Day of By JULIA JACKSON Sentinel Writer do For the first time the Winans were presented to the Bay area June 2, at 3 r,-.m. in the McKay Auditorium. Along with the brothers were the Gospel Truth, Odell, The Gospel commandoes, Francine Jones, and Little Cedric and the Haley Singers. 0 The services began with Earl Mason of WMNF giving an uplifting prayer. Dave Brown and Minister Robert Douglas served as M asters of Ceremonies Melvin Winans ministered throughout the services with words of encouragement and through songs along with his brothers. Marvin stated, "God has to get you ready to receive your blessings. Hold on. The joy of the Lord is your strength." He went on to say, "Believers are the happiest people in the world, God made you and God knows what it takes to keep you." Throug_hout the services, the joy of the Lord was lifted high in the praising of God through songs along with the Winans. Melvin also stated, "We couldn't sing without the an noiting of God being with us.'' The Winans wanted to be remembered for promoting "Jesus" and not themselves. The Winans are from a family of ten, seven boys and three girls. Their national tour the Lord would mean judg ment for all of Israel's enemies and triumph for Israel. Not so! The day of the Lord stands 0 against all wickedness regardless of the nation im plicated in such sin. So the prophet could write, "Shall not the day of the Lord be darkness and not light? even very dark and no brightness in it?" We can be absolutely sure, the day of the Lord will come, when we know not. It will come as a thief in the night, unannounced. Believers will be able to stand in that day, the ungodly shall perish. We have no special status with God. We will be judged for our disobedience. When God's judgment comes, it will be severe, even the land will experience the devastation of God's judgment, floods, eclipse, droughts. Instead of festivals ALL PHASE of joy, there will be ml,Jch sorrow The people will then re-ALVIN PIMENTO AGENT 'Nsu RANC. E pent and cry out to the Lord. People always call on God [Alvin Pimento & Assoc. Inc. ] after they get into trouble. But the worse judgment will J 938 E. Hillsboro Ave. be that God will remove His (Across From Great American Word from the people. No Seminole Bank) Word from the Lord, no com-238-2299 fort in times of trouble, no "We Specialize In direction when lost. This was begins in October. A and (j Productions spokesperson, Mr. AI Miller, stated they put all they had in to bringing the Winans into YOUR BUICK FRIEND LEE M. TYLER the Tampa Bay area. The audience made it known that they wanted ttie Winans brought back to the Bay area real soon. All insurance" indeed a sad state for Israel. 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...; .... 'i -= -::c ::::::1 == = = I = = val's Kitch en .;;.'' __.:;;;._ __ B_y_ .... V_a_ler-ie_J_oh-n-so_n_-F-o-od-Ex-p-er-t -. Day Specials-----This Sunday make Dad's day extra specill with these delectable dishes. Add a meal. Check out these nice and easy recipes. They're all very simple and low cost dressed-up touch to your Father's Day dinner with these special dishes-from to prepare. But with the right touch even the simplest meal can look festive. the main dish right down to the dessert. Happy Father's Day to all you Dads! Make this a family affair. Give everyone a job to help prepare this special VAL Fruit And Rice Salad After chilling, stir in more whipping cream if the salad needs moistness. Y z cup mayonnaise or salad dressing 2 tablespoons chopped chutney 1 tablespoon curry powder 1 tablespoon lemon juice 114 teaspoon salt 114 teaspoon pepper Y z cup whipping cream 4 cups cooked brown rice 1 cup chopped carrot 1 11-ounce can mandarin orange sections, drained 1 medium apple, coarsely chopped 1 8-ounce can pineapple chunks (juice pack), drained 1 cup seedless red grapes, halved Y z cup raisins Y z cup chopped walnuts Y z cup pine nuts Combine all ingredients except nuts. Cover; chill several hours Stir in nuts. Serve on spinach lined platter. Makes 8 to 10 servings. Greek Salad 4 cups torn romaine or Bo ston lettuce 1 cucumber s lic e d thin l s mall red onion s liced thin 1 cup cherr y tomatoes 2 ounce s feta chees e crumbled Dress ing: 3 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons red-wine vinegar 2 tablespoons chopped pars ley 1 tablespoon lemon juice I teaspoon s alt Y2 teaspoon dried oregano Y4 teaspoon fre s hg r ound black pepper Place lettuce, vegetables and .cheese in a bowl ; cover and chill. M i x ... Dressing ingre dients; pour over salad; toss to coat. Makes 4 servings Company Green Beans (Make s about 6 c ups) 2 packages (9 ounces each) frozen French-style green beans Yz cup chopped celery 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon flour 1 teaspoon seasoned 1/8 teaspoon white pepper 1114 cups (lO Y z-ounce can) cream of celery soup 2 / 3 cup undiluted CARNATION Evaporated Milk 1 cup (8-ounce can) water chestnuts 2 tablespoons chopped pimiento 114 cup grated Parmesan cheese 1 can (3 ounces) .. rench fried onions Cook beans according to label directions Drain. Saute celery in butter in medium saucepan until tender. Add flour, seasoned salt, white pepper, soup, and evaporated milk. Heat thoroughly. Drain and thinly slice water chestnuts. Place half of beans in 11 / 2 -quart casserole. Top with half of water chestnuts, pimiento, cheese, and sauce. Repeat with second layer Bake in slow oven (325F.) 25 minutes. Remove from ovan. Sprinkle top with onions. Bake 3 to 5 minutes longer. Seafood Kabobs M a k es 4 se r vings C al ories P e r Se rving: 165 1 pound fis h fillet s (about :Y4-inch thick) OR: s callop s OR: s hrimp Juice of 2 lemon s 1;4 cup dry while win e 3 clove s garlic, finel y c hopp e d 3 table s p':'on s finel y choppe d parsle y 1 table s poon veg e table oil 2 tea s poon s l eaf oregano, cru1.1bled Y2 tea s poon whit e pepper Fried Rire 1 Cut fish fillets if using into 1' / 2 inch cubes. Place seafood in small non-metal bowl. Add lemon juice wine, garlic parsley oil oregano and pepper; stir to mix well. Cove r ; marinate at 1 hour 2 Thread seafood onto 4 skewers, div i ding equally 3 Broil 3 inches from heat, about 10 minutes, turning and basting frequently with marinade, unti l slightly browned and tender but hrrn. Do not overcook. Lasagna Marinara Wfth Meat Makes four '12 -cu p se r v in gs 1 tablespoon oil, preferably olive Calori es P e r Se r v ing: 7 0 Chicken With Lettuce And Other Vegetables Makes 4 se r v in gs. 1 broiler-fryer (3 Y 2 pounds ) cut up I teaspoon leaf thyme, crumbled I '.tea s poon l eaf marjoram, crqmbled Yz : tea s poon s alt Y4 tea s poon pepp e r I ba y lea f 2 to 6 whole clove s Yz head iceberg l e ttuce in to l-inch wedge s 3 large onions, s liced into Yz-inch-thick rounds 5 carrots, pared and slicetl_into 12-inch-thick rounds 1 can (10 ounces) condensed chicken broth I package (10 ounces) frozen green peas, thawed 1 Sprinkle chicken with thyme, marjoram, salt and pepper. 2 Broil chicken 6 inches from heat, 10 minutes each side. 3 Arrange chicken in ket tle Tie bay leaf and cloves in piece of cheesecloth; add to kettle. Cover with layer of lettuce, then onions and car rots Pour in broth. 4 Bring to boiling Cover ; lower heat; simmer 20 minutes or until chicken is tender. Add peas; cook, covered, 5 minutes. Remove cheesecloth bag. Serve with lettuce and vegetables on side. Serve rice separately. (Continued On Page 6-B) 248-1921 10 shallots, minced (2/ 3 cup) I tea s poon vegetable oil 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 cups cold cooked rice NOTICE!! 8 ounces lean ground beef 1 tablespoon s oy s auce 1 pound tomatoes, peeled and chopped teaspoon s alt 1 tablespoon mi.,ced parsley 1 egg, s lightly beaten y4 teaspoon sugar (optional) Y4 cup chopped green onion 1 cup part-skim ricotta cheese 1 Heat oil in large skillet 8 ounces htsagna noodles, cooked al dente and drained Add rice, soy sauce and salt; Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Cook shallots cook, stirring constantly, d I over moderate heat until an gar ic 1 minute. Add ground beef; cook until no longer pink, stirring to break up. Add tomatoes, parsley and sugar. heated through. Mound rice d h mixture and make well in Re uce eat; cover and simmer 15 minutes. Spread a thin I f center. lower heat. oyer o sauce in a greased 2-quart shallow baking dish. layer / 2 the ricotta, '!3 the remaining sauce, then 1 / 2 the 2 Pour egg into well. noodles; repeat layers. Top with remaining sauce. Cover and Allow to stand until softly set. BAR-B-QUE KING 3501 E. Hillsborough 238-9024 OPEN ON SUNDAYS 2 P.M. UNTIL 10 P.M. Stop By And Visit Us After Church bake in preheated 350o oven about 25 min.utes until hot. Gently stir into rice. Sprinkle G Makes 8 servings. with green onion. Serve at .................................................... once ........................ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiii

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F AMU Dean Appointed To NASA Advisory Council TALLAHASSEE Fla D r. C h arles A W alke r D e an of th e College of Ph ar m acy a n d Pharm ace uti ca l Sci e n c e s at F l orida A&M U niver s ity, Talla h assee, h as accep t ed a membe r s h ip a p poi ntm e n t to NASA's sen i o r adviso r y body. T h e only Black m embe r of 25 o n the N a tion a l A e r o n a utics and S pace Ad mini s tr a tion Advi sory Coun cil, Dr Walker will help to provide professional advice a nd coun sel to NASA manage m e nt (the NASA Chief Ad mini strator and Chief Scientis t), on the plans for, the work in progress on, and the accomplishment s of NASA's aeronautics and space pro gram. The Council considers FHA-HUD agency and program obj ectives, policies, a nd th e d e gree t o whi c h pr og r a m s achieve their o bject ives a nd co nt r i b u te to agency objec t ives; an d th e m ea n s for effec tive coo rd i n atio n of NASA s interest a nd activ ities w i t h those of t h e ra nge of outside co mmuniti es, aca demi c, sci e n tific, a nd en g ineerin g a nd with th e many potenti a l user s of NASA's a erospace technologie s. Dr. Walker, a s cienti s t who ha s concentrated his late s t work in the areas of ''Ch. ronopharmacolog y'' and "Anti-Motion Sickness Drugs is a gentle a nd elo quent speaking man of im pressive statue, strong deter mination and loyalty, and an academic scholar in its pure sense. He is a mover and doer who works long hours, plann ing ahead in order that his students will be prepared to meet the challenges of tomor row and face the reality of the future. "I'm elated over the fact of being selected to s erve on NASA's Senior Advisory Council. I didn't seek it nor did I expect it." When he's asked how the appointment came about, he replie s "It may be due to my long in volvement with NASA. It ha s Has acquired numerous properties that are for sale for cash, without warranty, in their "as-is" condition. The houses are sold on a sealed bid basis to the highest bidder. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY A LIST OF AVAILABLE PROPERTIES IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY IS PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY IN THE CLASSJFIED SECTION, TAM PA TRIBUNE, UNDER GENERAL REAL ESTATE. PINELLAS, WEST PASCO, SARASOTA AND MANATEE COUNTY PROPERTIES ARE PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY IN THE CLASSJFIED SECTION, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, UNDER GENERAL REAL ESTATE. BUYERS MUST OBTAIN THEIR OWN FINANCING. FHA-HUD will pay a portion of the closing costs if requested in offer to purchase. PROPERTIES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS. Properties may have possible code violations. TO SEE AND BID ON THESE PROPERTIES, CONTACT AN FHA HUD PARTICIPATING BROKER OF YOUR CHOICE. Bids will not be accepted directly from a bidder. All bids MUST BE submitted through a real estate broker. Tampa Attorney Attends White House Ceremony .: WASHINGTONAttorney Arthenia L. Joyner, second from left, recently joineoother ficials in the legal profession to witness the signing of the Law Day U.S.A. Proclamation by Presi dent Ronald Reagan. Joyner, a practicing attorney in Tampa, heads the 10;000 member National Bar Association, the nation's oldest and largest Black bar association. & -The proclamation signing ceremony, an annual event sponsored by the Anierican Bar Associa;; :r tion, took place in the Oval Office of the White House. f'D "It is essential for all American citizens white, black, red and yellow to realize their civic c. duty of taking an active role in our judicial system and making it work for all," Joyner stated. Law Day U.S.A., established by a joint resolution of Congress, and held on May 1 each year, is time for citizens to consider their d uties as American citizens as well as the privileges they hold as a strong supporter of Jamaican Minister Calls For Sharing FAMU. I spearheaded the > concept for a summer 'Space Telecommunications Technology = Life Sciences Training ProKINGSTON, Jamaica, W.l. technology to developing : gram,' which is s ponsored by countri es. .::!. Speaking at the World NASA and conducted by Telecommunication DevelopThe Minister said Jamaica NASA Kennedy Space Center ment Conference at Arusha in believes that modern telecomand Florida A&M University's College of Pharmacy and the United Republic of Tanmunication technology along zania, Africa, Jamaica's with the necessary hardware Pharmaceutical Sciences. Minister of Public Utilities should be packaged and made According to Dr. Walker, and Transport, the available as long term aid to FAMU's involvement in the Honourable Pearnel Charles developing states. "There can Space Life Sciences Training today called for developed be no efficient social and Program i s a "stimulus" countries to tmnsfer more of economic development program It may s erve to guide their telecommunication s trate gy without a proper and/or influence bright telecommunication s ystem young s cientific mind s to pur-FAMU's involvement and acMr. Charle s s aid. s ue life s cien ce career s in the c ompli s hment s in thi s area. a rea of s pace a nd possibl y into It 's a po s iti v e move in the right th e a s t r onaut pro g ram. He dir e ction .. a s ure wa y o f mov-further a dd s, I m proud of ing up." EMPIRE PAINTS Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up -------------------PAINT LATEX .... $2.79 OUTSIDE WHITE .. $6.49 Jamaica s upport s a pro p osa l t o establi s h a Centre f or Te lecommun i cation Develop m e n t t o a nalyse information on telecommunication policie s and experience around the world he s tated The minister supports the objective of bringing more people, e s pecially those in rural area s wit hin r eact'. of telephone s er vices by early in the 21st cen -

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F .C. C. Is Said To Reduce Incentives For Minorities WASHINGTON Ad vocates of a greater minority role in broadcasting say that the Reagan Administration's opposition to racial preferences and its aggressive deregulation policies are diminishing the chances for minoritie s to expand their ownership of radio and televi s ion stations. Critics of the Federal Com munications Commission among them a current com mission member and a former commission staff member say it is negating benefits minorities might gain from its economic incentive programs. They contend that its actions are likely to limit minority ownership of broadcast sta tions in the foreseeable future to the pre sen t level of less than 2 percent. "It's simply a philosophical aversion to the notion of affir mative action," said Henry Rivera, the lone minority member on the commission and one of its two Democrats Mark S. Fowler, the com mission chairman, said in a re cent interview that he and Mr. Rivera differ sharply over minority ownership issues. But he sa id a lack of money rather than a lack of affirmative ac tion has limited minority ownership opportunities. Opposition To Preferences Mr. Fowler, who says he does not believe in giving anyone preferences "based on s kin color," ha s repeatedly voiced opposition to affirmative action preference policies, say ing he questions their constitutionality. William Russell, director of the commission's Office of Congressional and Public Af fairs, said that the charges against the commission were unfounded. He said that the commission had not retreated from policies aimed at pro moting minority ownership and has enhanced them in several areas. Debate over the commis sion's policies with respect to minority ownership of broadcast stations has been heightened by several recent developments. Mr. Fowler, however, said he believed the action would result in a "leap" in minority ownership while rewarding BY daytime-only AM broadcasters for past years of restrictions on their abilities to serve their markets. \ WE ARE SO SURE THAT YOU'LL LOVE THE GREAT NEW TASTE OF COCA-COLA WE GUARANTEE IT! OR YOUR MONEY BACK! This offer is easy: Try a can or bottle of Coke with a purchase price of up to 75. If you agree with us that the new Coca-Cola is the best tastlng soft drink ever, send the official refund certificate below along with a cash register receipt for your purchase, and we'll send you $2 worth of coupons good for future purchases of Coke. If you don't agree, we'll refund your purchase price up to 75 when you return the official refund certificate and a cash register receipt for your purchase. Complete details are on the official refund certificate. TRY THE GREAT NEW TASTE OF COCA-COLA! BETTER THAN EVER. They include Mr. Rivera's plan to leave the commission, raising the possibility that he might be replaced by someone less vocal on minority matters; orders and proposals by the commission that critics say undercut policies adopted in the 1970's to promote minori ty ownership, and a series of proposed mergers involving dozens of radio and television r------------------r--------------------, stations that serve large I MANUFACTURER'S couPoN I EXPIRES: 8/31/85 I OFFICIAL REFUND CERTIFICATE minority populations. 5 Check One Box Only The proposed mergers were ave D .. .... thetasteofCoca -Co taisgreat Pieasesendme$j! OOworthof 1 coupons (8-25 off coupons) good for purchases of Coke Enclosed is a i ni tiall y Seen aS an Opportunity cash registerreceipt with the purchase pric e of Coca-Cola circled to advance minority owner-D ldon'tg ... Pieasesendme$1 25worthofcoupons(5-25offcoupons) h f k ON COKE OR CAFFEINE FREE COKE WHEN YOU 2 goodforpurchasesofotherproouctsofThecoca-ColaCompany Enclosed s lp 0 ey properties servmg PURCHASE ANY MULTI-PACK OF CANS OR BOTTLES ISacashregsterreceptwlththepurchasepriceofCoca Colac i rcled larger audiences. Captial OR ONE 2L OR 3L BOTTLE. D ldon'tg .... Pieaserefundmypur c haseprice(uptoavalueof75) 1 Cities Communications, which ONE couPON PER REOUIRED PURCHASE 3 a cash register receipt with the purchase price of Coca-Cola has proposed purchasing the NAME------------------"" > = c. ::::!. I = Q ::I" = = fll American Broadcasting ComADDREss ________________ pan i e s i s en c 0 u rag i n g custome< musl pay any requinld safes tax or deposit. Cash value 1120 of 1<. Redeem by mailing to "1:1 The Coca-Cola Conlpany, PO. Box 1504, Clinton, Iowa 52734. CITY STATE ZIP ---;II> mmont1es to bid on stations it Moll to: Tosto Guorontoocl by Coca.colo R has announced it will sell to P.o. 42, Dol Rio, TX 78840 OP 8 t!'l "Coca-Cola"' and are regfslered 4 9 0 0 0 116 8 7 8 meet Federal ll.mi tati'ons on .. ____ ,..., _,.,._._,,.,_,_ a ....... ..., trademarkso!TheCoca-ColaCompany the number it may own. ..... ,..,_NCN0 ..... .__""'1001 ..., Coca-Cola trade-rnn. ol The Coca-eo. Compwty Fowler's Prediction __________________ _. --------------------- t!'l ........................................................................ ... =

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I AWARD WINNING COSMETOLOGIST Marion Jones, owner of Superior Beaut y Salon, at the Grand Opening Reception Steven Nunn Appointed Marketing Manager Mini ster Stephen Nunn has t appointed as Marketing Manager for the State of "CC Florida : Nunn only employed for .fa two years with Dunn and :E street Plan Services, mov= up the ladder of success a s a customer service ; for a period of one year, six months a s super-; = visor of marketing, six months ..!. he wa s selected one of eight (fifteen hundred ; employees) to executive = management training pro00 gram The training in which Minister Nunn received By JULIE E. JACKSON Sentinel Feature Writer prepared him to represent the company for preparing various seminars for insurance companies. His duties are to oversee unit telemarketers and also extensive traveling tq such places as Chicago, Ohio New Jer sey, New York, Indiana, and across Florida as well. throughout the stat e of Florida. '-"I c onsider my position a s an overall blessing to me. Unknown in just two years, I worked my way up to manage ment. It took a lot of hard work, determination and pray ing .'' He concluded b y s tating, "I feel vt:!ry fortunat e be i n g selected b y the President of the company and feel I'll do an ex cellent job." Minister Nunn i s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie b USF To Co-Host Minority Business Reception June 20 Securing business contracts could soon become easier for some minority business owners The University of South Florida, the State University System (SUS) and the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a minority business program and recep tion 7 p.m. Thursday June 20 at "th e Midnight Express," 1477 Tampa Park Plaza. The purpose of the reception is to inform -minority business owners about the USF and SUS commodities, contractual s ervices and construction programs and how vendors can get more state and sity contracts. Among the featured speakers will be outgoing Chancellor Barbara Newel l and Frank Scruggs of the Florida Board of Regents Scruggs, chairman of the Governor's Advisory Council on Minority Enterprise Development, will give an overview of statewide minority (Geraldine) Nunn He ha s three s i s ter s, Janice Nunn Nelso n Valeria Nunn, and Angela .Nunn, and one brother, Eddie Nunn Jr. H e i s the grandson of the lat e Mr s Coretha Caldwell a nd Mr. a n d Mrs. Alonzo (Daisy) Nunn H e i s a member of St. John Progre ssive where he serves a s Associated Minister. business involvement. Rep. James Hargrett, (D Tampa), who heads the Florida Conference of Black Legislators, will speak about the recently passed Small and Mi p ority Busines s Assistance Act of 1985. l[he act calls for the alldcation of $5 million to be used to help black busine sses get private sector loan s and would require the establi sh ment of a Black Business visory Board. It would also help minority contractors to get more state government assignments and would speed up payments to them Bay Area Chamber: of Commerce President Earl Moore will serve as moderator for the program. The reception is f re e and open t o the public. The audience will have an oppor tunity t o ask the speakers questions and complete a ven dor application form and a minority contractor Iden tification form for USF and the SUS ,, IT'S VERY WISE TO ADVERTISE! Minister Ntinn e ncour ages one sho uld not doubt the ir own abilities, always p u t forth an effort and in the end you'll b e well rewarded He feels that his strongest s uppor ters were his wife, Mrs. Aria Nunn and his son s tephen Nunn II, espec iall y throughout his ex tensive travels. He also received training in cla sses for accounting, com puter, busines s management and busin ess administration. octo \ftl r s ...... The Doctor's In ... 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. :Everyday STEVEN NUNN The purpose is to educate s mall group insurance com panie s. Mini ste r Nunn work s with the Youth Brotherhood City Wide Ministry and he is also a student at the Universit y of South Florid a. He has ministered THE GREAT REV. MAKO: SPIRITUAL R E ADER HEALER, AND ADVISOR Tdls pas t, present and future. He knows..Jill t ells all. lf you are sick and i n bad health Know your e nem ies! Is your loved one dri fting away? Do lOU need mune ) ? If you have a Curse or Bad Spell he can help yo u break th e bad luck. One visit can or mayb e solve all you r problems. His specialty is getting the sick well and reunit in g the love d one s. Lucky Days and Num bers are given. IF YOU NEED HELP DON'T HESITAT E z COMENOW,LATERMAYBETOOLATE (;QME BY HIS OFFICE OR CALL 234-2241, 219 \\ f-< HILLSBOROUGH AVE 4 BLOCKS WEST OF PS, TAMPA. 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............................................................ .............. ... Dade Minorities To Get Share Of School Business Free Hurricane MIAMI Businesses own ed by blacks, Hispanics and women stand to get 52 percent of the Dade County School Board's contracts more than $90 million next year alone under an ambitious 10-year proposal to cure past "disparities." The p 'lan, set for a preliminary vote last Wednes day, would funnel 17 percent FREE GLASSES Paid For By Medicaid Call: Dr. L. A. Martinez Optometrist 876-6085 of school business from purchases of toilet paper and chalkboards to new school buildings to each of the three minority groups within 10 years, with another 1 percent going to "other",. y mmontles. -. '.e. The plan first took shape in February, when the board, prodded by a change in 'ate law' voted to give mino'rity owned firms a bigger share of its construction and purchas ing contracts. That policy has now been fleshed out with numbers that far exceed the state's own 10 percent minimum. "The idea is that at the end of 10 years we would like to have at least 17 percent going to each of those groups just through normal competiti, Michelob, Michelob light Budweiser light, Natural light, Busch s. LA .._ Michelob Clds s i c D.1rk:r beef5 and King Cobra Premium Mall liquor. Guide Available HURRICANE! A Survival Guide for the Tampa Bay Region, is available free to ... resident's at Hillsborough !' County fire stations, libraries ec and the Courthouse inforel mation booth. The information guide, recently published as a Tampa Tribune supplement, explains evacuation procedures, shelter locations and evacuations zones in case of hurricane for Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas and Manatee Counties. The Tampa Bay region has been identified by the National Weather Service as one of the most huiricane-vulnera ares in the United States. The Tampa Bay Planning Council, with local ments, published the plement to inform residents planned evacuatio procedures in the event of a disaster. For more information, the Bureau of Management at (813) 1611. HCC To Host Management Seminar Communicating effectively, resolving conflicts, listening skills, and body language will be the topics addressed during Hillsborough Community College's upcoming manage ment seminar on "Working with Others." The Seminar takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 17 at the Tampa Airport Hilton on N. Lois Avenue. The fee, which is $95 per per son, includes lunch. > Participants will learn to 1:1 understand themselves and c. their colleagues better, and to develop positive and produc tive relations with co-workers. I The seminar is part of an ongoing series presented by HCC. The first seminar, held f in April, was extremely sue;. cessful and plans call for the t!!j series to be continued e: throughout the summer. =. e For more information, or to make reservations, call Dr. Alma Hires at 879-7222. IT'S VERY WISE TO ADVERTISE! AUTO INSURANCE UP TO 25% DISCOUNT "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4.501 Nebraslca 238 = {ll

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= ;;.. ...l E-4 IJ A winning look ... Grand Slam knit shirts 1299 compare $19. Box or tailored collar with three button placket front. Great looking solids and stripes in polyester/cotton jersey. S. M. L. XL. Levi's casual shorts for the slightly fuller fit 1399 compare $18 The comfortable fit for the mature man in polyester/cotton twill or pre-washed denim. Many colors in sizes 32-42. E V E R Y .. .............. SALE Give him effortless summer comfort in an Andhurst knit shirt 1299 & 1399 com pare $17 & $18. Perfect for the blaz ing days ahead' Cool cotton/polyester with collar. placket and chest pocket. Solids and stripes in S M L. XL. A summer standby ... cotton blend walk shorts 1199 compare $16. Crisp poplin or sailcloth in breezy polyester/cotton. Top selling solids in sizes 30-42. Belt loop styled. B E L K L N 0 S E Y Make Dad' day a beach day with a new Catalina swimsuit 1399 values $17 to $21 Our grices take a dive' Sharp swimsuits in several colors and styles from one of your favorite makers. Sizes in polyester/cotton. He'll make a splash in swimwear from Jantzen 2510 off reg. $18 to $22 A select group of solid swimwear with stripes or piping. Many great styles in polyester/cotton with ny lon lining. Sizes 30-38 S T 0 R E

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THIS YEAR'S PONTIAC 6000STE How'd we squeeze more out of the front-drive Pontiac 6000 STE-the car already bearing the title "America's performance sedan?" we added the new 2 8 liter V-6 engine with its re markable multi-port fuel injection. For quick response and cloud like smoothness. Now, on command from your on board computer. each intake port for each cylinder receives a stimulating shot of fuel. This simple yet-complex process inspires experts and our most highly respected judges You. If our words aren't enoughriftil come drive and decide! tJ!J OUTPERFORMS OUR MOST HIGHLY RESPECTED COMPETITOR. LAST YEAR'S STE. PONTIAC,WE BUilD :!2 If = .... = I = = f'D .... = ., = r::r .... fll :I" a. = f'D fll > = c. :::!. I = Q -:I" trl c. = = fll .., > t'"l ..., :I: := ..., t'"l t'"l z .................................................................................. =

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a a c !) /$0i UJfomen @nly Tailor Sit Technique Sit with back straight, but relaxed. Legs crossed, "Indian style." r Results r .;r_: Stretches and strengths inner thigh muscles and pelvic floor muscles. Tailor Press Cholesterol And Heart Attack Risk For years we've heard about the importance of reducing our intake of cholesterol. Now, a government study has confirmed it: If you change your diet, you may actually reduce your risk of heart at-Results tack. And those with abnor Stretches and mally high blood-cholesterol levels can cut their heartPlace hands under knees, press down as you pull up with bands. strengths inner thigh muscles and pelvic floor muscles. attack risk in half by following ._L) 1 a special diet combined with drug treatment. In the ten-year study of 3,806 men, aged Tailor Reach Technique Jbdse hands above head and stretch as high as possible. Results Helps relieve heart burn. tbrity-five to fifty-nine (all with -abnormally cho lesterol levels), researchers gave half the subjects a cholesterol-lowering drug call ed cholestyramine; all follow ed low-cholesterol diets. The results: For every 1 Technique Results Stretch Tailor Stretch drop in cholesterol there was a Sit with legs out straight, wide apart, pointed up, arms ham strings. boulder level, parallel with legs. Reach towards toes with fingertips. Pelvic Tilt/Rock Technique Lying on back, knees bent, inhale, roll pelvis back press ing lower back to floor, exhale and relax. Results Improves posture. Helps alleviate lower back pain. Useful in labor. Reducing The Discomforts Of Swelling Physiologic edema, or mild swelling of hands, feet, fingers and skin around eyes, is one of the most common an noyances of pregnancy. It can become even more bothersome in summer because of increased heat and humidity. Retaining some addi tional fluid during pregnancy is normal and necessary to provide you and your baby with more oxygen and other nutrients. During the first six months, the addi tional fluids cause an in creased need to urinate. It is in the last trimester, however, that this fluid is z pooled into hands and ... feet, causing rings to ... become tight, shoes too small. There's nothing you can do to avoid ... swelling but there are ways to minimize its discomfort. When sitting, elevate feet as often as possible. If you work at a desk, use two phone books or a stool, or pull out the bot tom drawer of your file cabinet and prop up your feet. At home, prop up legs as often as possible on a coffee table. Or sit sideways on couch with your back against the arm and legs resting on sofa cushions. Lying down on your back, place one pillow under thighs and a se cond one under calves and heels. While standing, do foot circles with pointed toes, alternating feet. Walking and mild ex ercise will circulate extra fluids. 2 percent fall in the risk of cor onary heart diesase. The scien tists speculate that these benefits may be associated with changes in diet, as well as those related to drug therapy. 50 Calorie Blastoff Cycle at sprint speed (30 mph) for five minutes. ----Vacuum briskly for 21 minutes, and get a cleaner house and calories burned! Maternity Stretch Teddy Sensual and this all-in-one bra and panty, or teddy, is made specifically for the preg nant woman. Two-way stretch body and under wire bra give all the com fort and support needed. Cotton and polyester blend, $20; by Practical Elegance. Exercise Do's And Don'ts Do keep head and back aHgned, pelvis and but tocks tight, elbows pointed back. Don't place hands above shoulders, drop your head, point elbows out to the side or let your body touch the floor. Brook's House Of Beauty 2907 E. BuHalo Avenue 247-2023 SPECIALIZING IN CURLS,.PERMS, CUTS, TINTS, NAILS HOT PRESS& CURL Janie Brooks, Owner Catherine Johnson, Operator Delois Turner, Operator Sheila Johnson, Operator ALOE VERA JUICE "Another Miracle" Mrs. M. M. Reports That "She Suffered From Stomach Pains, Skin Rash, Unable To Sleep And Headaches; After Drinking The Aloe Vera Juice, Rubbing With The Aloe Cream And Bathing With Some Of The Other Aloe Vera Products That She Purchased From The Aloe Health Center She Found That Her Problems Were Much Improved AL.OE HEALTH CENTER 2269 E. Hillsborough (as/gate) 237-1575 Hair Dazzlers Beauty Salon 2305 E. Hillsborough Ave. (EASTGATEPLAZA) 237-8923 HOURS MON. WED 8 A.M PM ; THURS: SAT. 8 A.M. 8 P M "We Service Every Hair Under The Sun" All Type Curls $40.00 (with cut} Perm Retouch -o.so Sha1npoo &Set. .. ,, ... ... ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ... $6& llp Hair Cuts , , , $b 1 Early Bird Specials Monday -Tuesday & Wednesday Only Curls s Retouch Late Appointments Upon Special Reques t All Work Guaranteed We Ac:c:ept MasterCharge & VISA --------------------I FATHER'S DAY : : ILLUSTRATIONS BY: I I RON WATSON I I 5000 WATTS I

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a (/ =) a (/)fomen @nly Father's Day Is Special Father's Day, the third Sunday in June, has been celebrated as a national holiday for many years. However, many seem to forget that day until someone else makes mention of it. Months in ad vance talk begins to circulate about what tq get mom for her day, the second Sunday in May. But dad's day is special, too. More emphasis is placed on Mother's Day maybe because she is the one who has nutured us from infancy. But it was dad who pro vided the necessities while mother provided the tender loving care Today's home s find both parents working. Therefore, the responsibilitie s of raising the child are shared more. Fathers now ,.: .. .;,;,:,,;.,. .. .... t.. help prepare meals, clean the house, change diapers, get up to fix bottles during the night, and he also provides that tender loving care needed. Let us not forget that there are some mothers who must imple ment both roles-that of mother and father. She, too, has to be remembered on Father's Day. She is mother when it comes to nur turing and taking care of; then she is father when a toy needs repairing or stern discipline is necessary. For some ideas on what to get father, and mother, on this special day, here are a few unique suggestions. To Dad with l ove: the Gillette Shaving Sys tem. Include s brush, s have-cr eam-co ncentrat e cartridge, Gillete Atra razor and two blade cartridges in a handsome case. A shavi ng concentrate and brush in one. The brush lift s whiskers with soot hin g warmth the concentrate has extra softeners and lubri cants that are massaged deep into his beard for a about $10 Add a dash of love to this Father's Day. Give your Dad The Dashing Duo from the Aramis Collection -complete with 1.7-oz. bottle of Aramis 900. $22.50. Give'em a charge with G.E. Chargers and Rechargeable Batteries or the s pecially priced Charge 4 Gift Pack. They're the practical gift for the dad that u ses a lot of batteries. They "" > = = .. provide up to four years of fresh battery ower, and that's four j years of not having to buy throwaway batteries. Put g reat lookin g shoes in their gift box with Black & Decker's Shoe Shiner cordless polisher. It s powerful action work s polish into shoes for a brilliant shine. And it stores in its own reccharger, so it's always ready to go. So give Dad a Black & Decker Shoe Shiner. And give them a hand with their feet. "For The Best In Hair Care" call Ayesha 229-9380 A Iter 6, 254-4338 Kisses Hair Designers 406-A E. Columbus Dr. CURLS PERMS PRESS n' CURL WEAVING COLORING BLOW-DRYING SUMMER HAIR CUTS For the daring dad in your lif e Gambler by Jovan, a gift set. Includes wooden valet, spray cologne 0.6 oz., and c u stom playing cards, $15. see your dull faded hair become younger looking, dark and lus trous WON'T RUB OFF OR WASH OUT Try. BLACK STRAND HAIR CDLDRING Today! MAY BE USED BY MEN OR WOMEN Give :Vardley Of London to the really important men m your hfe. Yours to give in three exciting fragra nces. Leather, Musk and Spice Cologne, aftershave and scented soap. Show them you care with specially wrapped gifts sets this Father's Day. cive that special dad Millionare by Mennen's Col ogne and After Shave Gift Set -he's worth it! Cologne, 2 oz. after s have, 2 o z. about $11.50. "'CC > C"l tr'l ...., ...., .., Call Today And Get Yo ur Discount "Have A Jesus filled Day" ...... ... ..................

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Facing The Teenage .. Problem 8\' KA TH \' EDWARDS Helping Youth Decide Part V TALK SO THEY'LL LISTEN Take time to have relaxed conversations alone with each of your children on a regular basis, five or 10 minutes each day. Frequent talks will help you spot difficulties before they become real problems. often when parents talk to their youngsters, they cor rect, criticize or command. Though we may occasionally need to direct behavior, the conversation should be enfor both parent and ""'''" We should also have ; talks about world events and reading, sports and movies, ":: science and religion, thoughts and feelings. .c::1 In open discussions, various o points of view are expressed = and everyone talks and listens. It is often helpful to be doing together when you talk -and preferably when others are not around. Here are some specific guidelines for talking with adolescents. SHOW RESPECT As you did in listening, so-in talking. Show your teenager the same courtesy and interest you would show your adult friends. The time to stop talking is before your youngster stops If you must get a message, feed a little information remember the half-minute for good listening? then ask for com ments before adding a little more. Try not to lecture. BE AWARE OF YOUR TONE OF VOICE Often it's not what you say but how you say it that con veys your message how loudly, softly, fast or slowly you speak. You also com. municate with eye contact and facial expression. BE SPECIFIC Strive consciously to' communicate in simple and specific terms. For instance, instead of "I wish you din 't look so sloppy" say "I'll treat you to a haircut Saturday." instead, "We'll go to the pool together soon," specify "Let's go swmming this weekend." And lastly, help your teenage emeathize with you by expre:;sing your feelings. Reveal some of your inner self. Let your teenager know you also are an individual and can be hurt by others, even confused in your thinking and fearful of certain situations. Emphasize your feelings, not their behavior. Don't say: "You should be helping me with dinner and the dishes. You're so lazy and inconsiderate sometimes." ("You" message.) Do say: "I get so angry when I get stuck doing all this work by myself." ("I" message.) Don't say: "Your room is such a mess. How can you live like that?" ("You" message.) Do say: "When I see clothes spread all over the floor, I am furious. I feel like throwing the whole mess into the trash." ("I" message.) "You" messages tend to cast blame, lower self-esteem, harm the relationship and fail to change behavior in the long run. "I" messages tell others how we feel, state the problem and how it affects us; do not threaten, and tend both to help the relationship and change By adopting better ways of talking and listening, parents accomplish a lot toward educating their children for responsibility. Young teens are in transition, preparing for a time when they will have to be more independent. Good com munication builds good rela tionships and is the best foundation for helping our teenagers 1earn to make more oftheir own decisions. Nightly, for the next two weeks, there will be gospel meetings under the and white tent on the cornet-. ,of 34th Street and Osborne. If you would like to meet with me in reference to your teenagers, come out and see us. To write, address letters to: Kathy Edwards, c/o Indepen dent COGIC, 3101 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, Fl. 33610. Project' Upward Bound To Commence 20th Year Of Operation Project Upward Bound at they have enrolled for next fall the University of South in their respective schools. Florida will commence its These courses include English, twentieth year of operation reading, algebra, geometry, this summer, June 23-August trigonometry, calculus, 2. One hundred twenty (120) biology, chemistry, physics, students will report to Kappa etc. dormitory on the university SUMMER FOOD & campus, Sunday, June 23 to NUTRITION PROGRAM spend six weeks learning what All students in the Upward college life is all about. Bound program will live in the Upward Bound is a preresidential hall and eat in the col_lege program for high university cafeteria and par-school students with academic ticipate in the Summer Food & potential for success in a col-RICHARD PRIDE Nutrition Program sponsored lege; whose families economic by the State Department of circumstances may not pro-this spring and will attend Agriculture ; The program is vide for these students to fur-other colleges and universities designed to provide meals for ther their education beyond in the fall, and rising high chil .dren from low-income high school. The program is school juniors and seniors families. funded by the U.S. Office of from Hillsborough, Manatee Richard F. Pride, Associate Education and sponsored by and Polk counties. Professor in the College of the College of Education at While on campus, freshmen Education, who writes and To The Editor Story Called 'Insensitive, Callous' Journalism TAMP A Your lead arti cle of May lOth (Murder Vic tim's Family Had Other Tragedies) was so insensitive, so oblivious to the feelings of a bereaved family' as to con stitute cruel reporting and callous journalism. Surely, little is as lacking in news value as a local death that occurred nearly twenty five years ago. Yet, you chose to exhume and sensationalize the 1961 murder of Hortense Arenas-Clark upon the tragic and untimely demise of her daughter, Patricia Yvette Clark, merely because of their membership in the same fami ly. Your report on the life and death of Patricia Clark was not unkind. Truly, she was a pleasant, personable and pro mising young woman. She was a delight to all who knew her. What was gained by dredg ing up that former tragedy at the very time my family is mourning the loss of one of its brightest members? For our elder folk, it only added sadness to sorrow. For the young, as yet unacquainted with the older crime, it piled shock upon sadness Ours is an old and respected family in this community. Yours is presumably a familyoriented, comr,nunity newspaper. It is incongruous at the least for you to print news that is stale except in our hearts -at a time when fresh has stricken us all. In our bereavement, inten sified b1y published reminders of our earlier tragedy, we urge you, your reporters and staff, to consider human feelings, if at any time in the future, such a hurtful condition as that which we now suffer should recur. Caridad Arenas-Hills For the Family Article Contradicts Ad Dear Editor: I could neither commend you nor give a laudatory state ment regarding the column in a May 17th edition, page 14B (The Stork: Smoking and Drinking). The article denotes an earnest concern for pregnant women, and it does ex plicate indepth, the conse quences of smoking while pregnant. However, the article purports an obvious message but turning to page 17B you find an advertisement en. couraging smoking. What is gainsay about it, a woman is posed smoking. Mr. Editor, this is defeating the entire purpose to deter women from smoking and/or drinking. Albeit, advertisements are perhaps part of the revenue that. help support expenditures but in this case, it was inop portuned to advertise both concurrently. Perhaps the FSB should be more fastidious placing articles with advertisements. I regret this type of education is doctrine and pro mulgated in this particular newspaper. Sincerely, R.G. Harvin Superior Beauty Salon 2808 Tampa St. 229-0059 (Corner Tampa & Warren) MARION JONES ... Owner Curls '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 Qf Bossu NmJ Phone Your News 248-1921 t:3 THE 713 A S. HOWARD AVENUE OPEN SUN., MON., THURS .. FRI. 10 AM-6:30PM CLOSED SATURDAY the university. The program students will be enrolled in submits the annual proposal to has helped more than 2,000 regular classes in the universi, the U.S. Office of Education BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE BREASl ED SUITS .. LOW PRICES students go to college who ty. Students attending other in Washington, has directed BOY'S LATEST STYLES SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS. LOW PRICES probably would not have had colleges in the fall Will receive the program for the past sixBOY'S DRESS PANTS & JEANS, SIZES 8-20 ........ '5.95 UP = this opportunity without the a preview of college courses in teen years. A faculty and staff MEN'S 2-PC. WALKING SUITS .................. '17s UP z program. Forty-five students communications, mathematics or thirty people will assist in MEN'S BAGGY PANTS, SIZES 27-42 .. .. : ... ..... '9.95 UP will attend collegt> this year as and science while following the operation of the 1985 SumMEN'S 100% POL VESTER CONTINENTAL & a result of their participation through on financial aid mer Residential Program. BELT LOOP PANTS 28-60 ...................... '6.95 UP in the progam. The program papers to receive money to go MEN'S SUITS (36-60). : ....... LOW PRICES this summer will include stu. to college. High school juniors [lf& LEATHER LOOK AND PARACHUTE PANTS .......... '7 .95 dent participants who will and seniors will be tutored in MEN'S WORK PANTS. '6.95 .. be .. gl n .. ..

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_:::C::H==O !V_rWS Students Entering lOth Grade ...,. -n The University of South sible for their own transporta__ ....:.__ ________ Florida College Reach-Out tion to and from the campus. 32,000 Students To Attend Summer Scllool Program recently received Field trips and other educaFor some it will mean ex perience thrilling new adven tures in learning. For s ome it will mean remedying a failure to master a subject during the regular school year. For others, it will mean seeking another course credit they perhaps won't have time to obtain later on .. Whatever ... i it'''is the -'ex tended s\hool year more com monly known as "summer school" which t begins in the Hillsborough County public school system this Thursday Assumes Position TALLAHASSEE Incoming president, Dr. Frederick S. Humphries accepted the keys to the presidential suite from outgoing president, Dr. Walter L. Smith, as he assumed the position as Florida University's Eighth President. F AMU Photo by Keith I;. Pope. Poetry = ==== 'N ======Pr Blackness Is History And Beauty / Bistory and If beauty of an unashamed Soul! Blackness is a human .S strength that has never denied others their identity. But has stood strongly identifying the fruits of its =; naturalness, =? In which blackness is. And will always be. Blackness is a black man honoring his black beautifql Mother which expands to him making his black dony woman of love his Queen that he crowns her with truth and respect spiritually and mentally. Blackness is teaching the black children that knowledge of oneself is the door-way to representing our people and that their belief to be greatly black is real and cannot historically be denied today, tomor row and always. They say pride comes before the fall but blackness is still prideful. And still standing and growing, and blooming and succeeding. isn't that what blackness is? To out-point the impossible, and to be above average character. To stand out justly. There are no niggers it is not a word. And to use it is to have an ir responsible disease, a case of betraying one-self, Becapse blackness has a true reflection. Btit that reflection must be meaningfdlly and respectfully. We must protect it. So I say to all of you brothers and sisters Love your Family! It. is the gift of life I as well to look eye to eye to one another. Treating others as you wish to be treated. It is true that the truth is the truth. And that a lie is a lie, But it is also true cover the truth. But the truth can cover a lie and the truth. And our beautiful blackness cannot be shown no other way than with (June 13) one day less than a week since the regular school year concluded last Friday (June 7). All told, about 32, 000 students almost one in every three are expected to attend the summer classes which will be held Thursday and Friday of this week, but on Mondays through Thursdays until the summer schools close down on July 25th. To accommodate the students and the nearl y 1,500 teachers, 106 of the county's 131 public schools will be open, and in all the learning environment will be comfort able, thanks partially to the bond issue voters approved in 1978 to air-condition all classrooms not then air conditioned. Subjects taught in the sum mer classes range from the basics to foreign languages, creative arts and vocations. USF To Host Summer Program The Gifted Education Department of the University of South Florida College of Education will sponsor a sum mer program at USF for students of Tampa Bay area public and private schObl:;. Callea the Governor's Sum mer Honors Program, it is open to high school and mid dle school students, according to directors Hilda Rosselli and Linda Smith. The objective of the program is to teach students how leaders deal with the community and solve pro blems. Speakers will inch.ide Gifted Education Department Direc tor Dorothy Sisk, USF pro fessors, community leaders, and members of Leadership Tampa, an adult leadership program in the Tampa Bay area There will be two programs, each with 40 student leaders. The first will be for high school student s and will last from June 16-28. The second program for midqle school students will run from July 7-19 During the programs, students will be housed in Fon tana Hall near USF. Program costs are $300 for tuition; room and board. SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One : Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Discouraged, _Influenced By Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Today. Weekdays Af ter S P.M. Anytime On Weekends. Daily Blessings. funding from the USF Center tiona! activities will be provid for Excellence to offer a Sumed at no expense to students. mer Program for low-income All participants must be and minority students entering enrolled in a college the lOth grade in 1985-86. The preparatory program in the Summer Program will serve 30 schools, must meet the family Hillsborough County students income guidelines, and must in tutoring and counseling have a minimum "C" average classs designed to assist in grades for the 1984-85 students' entry to senior high school year. As recruitment school. will end on June 20, interested students and parents should The six-week Program will contact the address below as b egin on June 24 and end soon as possible for applica August 1 Classe s will be held tions: Mr. James Sweeting, on the USF Tampa campus, Program Director, or Ms. 8:45 a m .-2 p m ., Tuesday Laura Ellenburg, Coordinator through Friday. of Counseling, College ReachThe Program provide s free Out University of lunche s to program parSouth F lorida, FAO 171,4204 ticipants, and a stipend will be Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL _paid to assist in transportation 33620, phone: 974-3713 or Students are on974-2802 Certified Public Accountant 6 V2 Years Worlc Experience With IRS Delinquent Income Taxes IRS Payments Or Audit Problems Accounting Service/Tax Planning Business Consultation Financial Statement (For Loans) Hours: Mon. Fri. 8:30 5 Sot. JO 3 J 936 E. Hillsborough (Tampa} 237-4496 $ MONEY!'' .Kids Are You Looking For Extra Spending Cash For The Summer? 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...................................................... ........ .... ........ THE AFRO-AMERICAN EXPERIENCE ACROSS 1. "Shadow and Ellison 4. Syria is ait __ country 8. Short nickname for boxer Moore 12. Arthur __ Wimbledon champion, 1975 13'. "If I __ a Rich Man" 14. Grain covering 16. Richard Pryor movie (1976): 3 wds. 19. Takes a break 20. Joanne __ actress 21. Popular black hairdo 22. Abbr. on a bank statement 23. Resource of Gabon 26. __ I Can", Sammy Davis autobiog. 28. Former position for Carl Rowan or Patricia Harris 30. Stephanie Mills hit musical: 2 wds. 35. ... all men are created equal" 38. On a cruise 40. Status for Idi Amin 41. "To __ His Own" 42. Courage, bravery .44. "-a Song Go Out Of My Heart": 2 wds. 45. President, Howard Univ. 47. Scores for Vida Blue: Abbr. 48. Indian buzzard 49. The Dance Theatre of __ Sl. Former team for Reggie Jackson, for short 53. "-as a Stranger" (1955 film) 55. Cicely Davis, __ Tyson 56. Canada __ memorable actor 59. "It's a sin to tell __ ": 2 wds. 63. Golf device, invention of George Grant (a black) 65. "--Daughter" (1970 film) 67. Gary Cpleman TV series: 2 wds. 71. Political candidates' list 12. ... only God can make a .. 73. __ Comes de Judge" 74. "Wishing will make ": 2 wds. 75. "You __ Me" (Sam Cooke hit) 76. Gold, in Spanish Harlem DOWN 1. Pale, giJostly 2. Feature of Mr. T 3. Ordeal at Bethune-. Cookman College, e.g. 4. Shoemaker's tool TAMPA PARK Plaza Pharmacy 1497 N. Nebraska Ave. 224-9248 Full Time Pharmacist LESTER HENDERSON Assistant MRS. GLADYS SALES Mon. Sat. 9 A.M. 9 P.M. Sun. J :00 7:00 P.M. 5. Title for Jesse Jackson: Abbr; 6. "Don't wave __ flag at a bull!": 2 wds. 7. __ Gordy, Motown President 8. Likely (to) 9. _._ avis, rare bird: Latin 10. Musical symbol for Quincy Jones 11. "Don't believe everything you __ ., 12. Heart-related prefix ", IS. Ring decision for Ali: Abbr. 17. "His Eye __ the Sparrow", Ethel Waters' autobiog.: 2 wds. 18. Cooking fat for greens 24. Dixon, star, "Nothing But a Man" (1964) 25. Roberto Duran to "Sugar" Ray Leonard (1980) 27. "--Done Him Wrong" (Louise Beavers film) 28. __ Ennis, singer 29. Frank __ author, "Foxes of Harrow" 31. Signs at the Apollo Theatre, e.g 32. Deceit, trick 33. Islands, to a Haitian: Fr. 34. __ Phi Beta sorority 35. lligh __ computer science 36. Laugh words 37. Maple genus 39. Bird-related 43. Slave, in ancient times 46. __ Norton, boxer SO. Speck of dirt 52. Thomas __ Howard Univ. composer 54. Housing in some African countries 56. Kareem Abdul Jab bar, for one TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL PREVIEW Do Blacks Need Leaders? Citing the failure of current social programs and policies to solve the problems of minorities and the poor, the newly-formed Council for a Black Economic Agenda has called for a leadership and thrust that emphasizes in dependence and self-help The Council, composed of non partisan, non-establishment Black leaders; met with Presi dent Reagan to present their solutions. After meeting with this group and ignoring requests to meet with the traditional Black leadership, President Reagan sparked a storm of controversy. Four of the Council's recommendations were included in his State of the Union ad dress: s upport for public hou s ing re s ident organizations; provide tax incentives for small businesses in low-income areas; increase earned income tax credit for poor working people; and enforce urban enterprise zones ''There needs to be challenge to the traditions that have guided the Black progress in America for the past years," says Robert Woodson, chairman of the Council president of the Center for Neighborh Enterprise, on the next edition of TONY BROWN'S NAL, "Do Blacks Need New Leaders?" "There has been an absence of dissent. There has been an absence of de within the Black community to the futu e direction,'' adds. ; TONY BROWN'S JOUR NAL, the nation's longestrunning and top-ranked Black-Affairs televi s ion series, ha s been sponsored by Pepsi Cola Company for ten con s ecutive years. Televised on the nation's public television station (PBS), the program will be seen in this area on WEDU-3 at 1 p.m on Sunday, June16, and on WUSF-16, Saturday at 3 p.m "DO BLACKS NEED NEW LEADERS?" TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL tackles this question and examines the controversial meeting between President Reagan and the Council for a Black Economic Agenda, a group of non-partisan, non-establishment Black leaders. On the program, Robert Woodson (left), chairman of the fledgling organization, challenges the current Black leadership and programs. America's longest-running and top-ranked Black-Affairs television series has been sponsored by Pepsi-Cola Company for ten consecutive years and is aired in this area on public television (PBS) on WEDU-3 at 1 p.m. on Sunday, June I6, and on WUSF-16, Saturday at 3 p.m. 68. Vintage auto 69. Former tide for Edward W. Brooks: Abbr. 70. One of the Kennedys, for short (C) MCMLXXXIV Pu Syndicate All Rights Reserved ANSWERS ON PAGE 23-B s1. January, in Spanish *Sentinel's Top 10 Albums* Harlem 1. Whitney Houston .................. Whitney Houston 58. Being: Latin 2. Around The World In A Day ................... Prince 59. Extra income for Wilt 3. The Night I Fell In Love .............. Luther Vandross Chamberlain, for short 4. Emergency ........................ Kool & The Gang C"l 60. Leslie Cllron film (1953) 5. Jesse Johnson's Revue .................. Jesse Johnson M 61. "-first you don't 6. Dream Of A Lifetime .................. Man in Gat e k c tl succeed ... ": 2 wds. 7. Soundtrack ........................ Beverly Hill s c_op z Other Services: Postoge Stomps Wor mons ompenso on 1"'1 A 11 bl Flo ldo Sentinel Newspaper 62. Tailless lizards 8. Diamond Life ................ ................ Sa d e .__, Weight loss PrQgr a m va a e r .--, Tampa Tribune Newspaper 64. To be: Fr. 9. Suddenl y ................... ........... Billy Oc e an M c 1 66. "-ho and a bottle 10. Can't Stop Th e Love ... : ..................... Ma ze M .. ............. >
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II) 00 0\ ... ...; ... f;lij z ;;;;J """ it ... < Q 1:11: spel Artists o J ein Hampton Kool Jazz Festival I -... 'C = < HAMPTON -Gospel, which has been absent in re cent years from the Hampton Kool Jazz Festival, will make a comeback this year. Two of the hottest names in the field Andrae Crouch and The Clark Sisters will bring their individual brand of rousing, contemporary gospel singing to the Hampton Col iseum. The Clark Sisters -Jacky, Denise, Twinkie, Dorinda and Karen will perform on Saturday, June 29, the second day of the three-day festival, while Crouch will appear on Sunday, June 30. The inclusion of the two gospel performers marks the first time artists from that genre have appeared at the festival in some years. Gospel ha s n t made s uch a splash at t he f e s tival s ince 1969, the e vent 's s econd y ear, w hen the t h e n f our-d ay eve n t opened w i t h a gos pel ni g ht featuring Marian William s, Rev. Gary Davi s a nd t he United House of Prayer Choir. The Hampton Kool Jazz Fe s tival kicks off Friday, June ANDRAE CROUCH 28, at 7:30 p .m. with Jeffrey Osborn, bluesman Stevie Ray Vaugh, The Manhattans, Nina Simone and Jeff Lorber Fu sion. The Hampton Kool Jazz Festival is sponsored by the Brown & William s on Tobac co Corporation, maker s of Kool a leading brand of menthol cigarette s It i s produced b y George Wein pre s iden t of Festival Production s Inc Co producing are Hampton University and the City of Hampton. 'C .c Evan Rogers Makes Album Debut For RCA NEW YORK -RCA Records is releasing Love -::S Games, the debut album by singer/songwriter/producer Evan Rogers. The first single from the LP is "Hold On. = = = I = ;: 1:1 G: In addition to the first single, Love Games features a duet with label-mate Evelyn "Champagne" King on "Full Time Lover, as well as a hip arrangement of Prince's "Private Joy. Most of the remaining tunes were co written by Rogers and his part ner Carl Sturken, with whom he co-produced the album along with Tony Wells, RCA's Director, Black Music A&R, who signed him to the label. "We're very happy to be fortunate enough to sign Evan, not only as an artist," stated Wells. "We hope to use his multifaceted talents here at RCA in many areas." While Rogers is just now emerging as a solo artist, his voice will be familiar to many as the one that propelled -Dayton's version of Sly & The Family Stone's classic "Hot Fun In The Summertime" into the Top 15 on the black charts and Top 50 on the pop charts. With Dayton, he was one of two white members of the nine piece R&B group and Love Cl:l Games retains that R&B in uence while hinting at a crossover blend of andR&B. Besides his stint with Dayton, Rogers served as lead and background singer for and has extensive cr(!dits as a backup singer, most notably on Shannon's "Let The Music Play, Melba Moore's "The Other Side of the Rainbow" LP, and Bruce Springsteen's "Dancing In The Dark.'' Rogers' writing credits are also numerous and include Gavin Christopher's "You're The One For Me, Cuba Gooding's "Living Without Your Love, "and most recent ly, Xing's "Heartbreaker" from her So Romantic LP. He also co-produced the tune for King. Summer Dances -June 18, -Tuesday, North Tampa Community Center; June 20, Thursday, Perry Harvey Park; and June 2S, -Tuesday, Rey Park Community Center. July 9, Tuesday, Martin Luther King Recreation Complex; July 11, -Thursday, Grant Park Community Center; July 16, Tuesd-ay, Riverview Terrace Playground; July 18, Thursday, Perry Harvey Park; July 23, Tuesday, Forest Heights Community Center; July 24, -Wednesday, River view Terrace Playground; July 2S, -Thursday, Martin Luther King Recreation Complex; and 1, Thursday, Riverfront Park. Black 'Cowboy' At Trail's End NEWARK, N.J.-Fifteen years ago, Howard Beauchamp quit his job driving an American Red Cross van in Newark, N.J. and headed for the wide open spaces of Texas. On Wednesday "Cowboy" Beauchamp, as he is now known, rode his appaloosa horse Thunder Beau up the steps of Newark City Hall to .mark the end of a 2,500-mile, 15-week trip from Houston. It was a rainy homecoming for Beauchamp, 53. But he didn't care because Mayor Kenneth Gibson gave him the key to the city and 60 friends and relatives were on hand to welcome him. Beauchamp made the trip to satisfy his thirst for adventure and to publicize the role black cowboys played in taming the West. "John Wayne kind of left us out of the Chisolm Trail, but b e lieve me we w e re t here,". he says A highlight of the tri p w as when B e auchamp was made an honorary member of the mounted police in P rlbhard, Ala Bad luck struck o nce: Beauchamp hurt his arm when Thunder Beau stumbled and fell in Fredericksburg ; Va. Horse and rider are OK, but Beauchamp plans return to Texas in mode,rn style riding high in a four-wheeler' with Thunder Beau loafing in a trailer. '"Beauchamp ex plained, "It's quite a distance and I am 53 years old. And the horse is 9. I think he has done his duty.'' Music The Under Stars Celebrate Father's Day, June 16, at Lowry Park with a picnic basket and music under the stars provided by the USF Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Chuck Owen. The Jazz Ens emble is an in tegral part of the music c ur riculum at the Univer s it y of South Florida and provides_ qualit y performing e x per e in ce for mu sic s tudents Bring your father and the whole family, grab your picni c ba s ket a nd enjoy "Music Under The Stars." All con cert s are free and s pon s ored by the Arts Council of Tam pa / Hill s borough Count y w ith ass istance from the John F. Kennedy Center for the P e r forming Art s and the Florida Allian ce for Arts E ducation, The City of Tampa, and Tam pa Cable Televi s ion, Inc This s pecial Father's Day Concert i s at 6 p.m. Jesse Jackson's Acting Debut To Be Broadcast On 'Saturday Night Live' REV. JESSE JACKSON In his debut as an enter tainer, the Rev. Jesse Jackson seeks advice from seasoned pro Sammy Davis Jr. (Billy Crystal) on the June 15 rebroadcast of NBC-TV's "Saturday Night Uve" (11:30 p.m.-1 a m NYT; repeat of 10/20 / 84 and 12/22 / 84). Hos t Jackson i s joined b y mu s ical gue s t Andrae Crouch a nd Wintley Phipp s a nd th e S N L re p e r to r y co mp a n y o f Jim Belu shi, Bill y C rystal Mary Gross, C hri stopher Guest, Rich Hall, Gary Kroeger, Julia Loui s -Dreyfu s Harry Shearer, Martin Short and Pamela Stephenson. Go s p e l s inger s Crouch and Phipps perform Right N ow and "Tell Me Again," re s pec tively Among the highlights: On a plane, Jackson has the misfortune of sitting next to nerdy Ed Grimley (Short), who is so overwhelmed at win ning an appearance on "Wheel ofFortune" that he begins to see demons on the wing -A doctor (Hall) lists the warni!pg signs to determine if your child has ingested too many food-shaped refrigerator magnets. Stuck in an office elevator, two dim-witted delivery boys (Guest and Crystal) compare the painful things they do to themselves in "Do You Know What I Hate?" -Jackson sarcastically reads the lyric s to the s ong "Jean" in a tribute to UN Ambassador Jeanne Kirkpatrick. Jackson lis t s th e few in div idu a l s he would e x clud e fro m his Rainb ow Co alition. Mr. Blackwell (Shearer) c ritiques th e fashio n s w orn o n the Soap Oper a A ward s Show. In an ad for his album, "Wrong Voice, Right Face," Billy Idol (Stephenson) s ing s about hav ing the face of the 80 s and the voi c e of the '40s. Summer Activities At Fair Oaks Community Center The Fair Oaks Community Center, located at 5019-34th, would like to announce to the community the beginning of new classes for the summer session. On Monday and Thursday nights at 7 p.m., we will be of fering sewing for adults. Ex pert instruction is offered free of charge. On Monday and Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m., we will be having beginners music theory and African Drumming for boys and girls of all ages Drums and expert instruction will be provided by Salik. On Monday and Wednesday morning we w.ll be offering for the first time a Children's Beginners Ceramics Class. The only charge will be for materials. For more information about these and other programs of fered this summer, you may call 238-1654. SPAGHETTI NIGHT Miss loft's Place ""-1708 E. Columbus Drive Party -Party Party MISS LOTT AND THE CHIC CLUB IS HAVING A SPAGHETTI PARTY FRIDAY NIGHT. A ONE e: NIGHT PARTY FOR EVERYONE, SO BE THERE. IT'S FREE AND FREE FOOD AND_ FUN FOR ALL. FRIDAY NIGHT FROM 11:00 P.M. UNTILA ONE NIGHT PARTY PARTYTIME IS e: ANYTIME AND ANYTIME IS PARTY TIME. FREE -FREE -FREE

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j ,lJ Entertainme New Edition P d To Share Graduation With High School Seniors Project Graduation, the first of its kind in the Tampa Bay area, offered an alter native to alcohol and drugs for high school seniors on graduation night. Project Graduation which was held at Bus c h Gardens June 8, 9, a nd 10, s tarted at 10 P .M. each night and e nd ed at4A.M. Project Graduation was organized in March df '84. It began with a group-of con cerned citizens and parents BY JULIA JACKSON Sentinel Feature Writer Their concern grew becau se so many high school graduates were going out to have a good time by drinking and getting high for a celebration Thi s proj ect was goi n g to begin onl y for Brandon High School, but the plans grew a nd sta rted to expand with other high schools to join in. During the pla nnin g, a student board was organized with a selected Ralph, lead singer, for New Edition. studeny from each high sc hool. Their purpose was to select a performing artist during the three day celebration and the group they c hose was "New Edition. "New Edition, one of the top hott est young groups from for the past five years, hitthe stage with some of their "Candy Girl", "Cool It w, "Lost In Girl, "Mr. "Is This GRACE'S PI.A 2502 N. Albany ........................................... PRESENTS A FATHER'S DAY SHOW & DANCE FEATURING G Q II Models SUNDAY, JUNE 18TH 8 P.M. _FREE HORS D'OEUVRES & CHAMPAGNE The End. f'he oldest of the group is eighteen. During an interview Ronald DeVoe and Michael Bivins ex presse4 how they felt about being able to perform for all the high school graduates. Ronald sta ted, "I'm glad that we were chosen to share the celebratio6. We enjoy doing what we do, but at times it becomes very difficult becau se of all the extensive traveling and no time for yourself. At times I wish that I was back in my school able to walk down the halls." Asked when will they graduate, Ronald also stated "When we feel that we are ready to take a test then we will be considered graduates We have to put in fifteen hours a week in school work." > = =lo'!'j ...

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! 'Rock Me Tonight For Old Times Sake' Rockets To Number One _______ .....;,_ .. fll = Q Q = I elusive plateau of having the Kashif, Lillo Thomas and years ago. Freddie met Paul number one record in the naothers. The album has been and became a tion. "Rock Me Tonight (For descriQ.ed as being "a high member of Paul Laurence Old Times Sake)" the debutpowere'Ci album that's a solid Jones Ensemble. From that single by Capitol recording arshowcase of his vocal and gospel collaboration, Paul and tist Freddie Jackson, has writing capabilities. Freddie wrote several tunes .. that ilIncluded on the album is a including Trust Me" fo; lustrious plateau nine stunning rendition of the Capitol Records artist Lillo sh,ort weeks. This is classic ''Classic Morning Thomas. t O' Billboard magazine's black Heartache. It features noted From singing gospel on Sunmusic cl$rt. Billboard is the jazz artist Stanley Turrentine days, Freddie branched out in-highly regarded track on saxophone. to other forms of music, for magazine of the music inFreddie Jackson was literalwhich he won critical acclaim. dustry. "Rock Me Tonight ly born into a singing family. After winning several talent (For Old Time s Sake)" is His mother actually went into s hows, Freddie began to etch a taken from Freddie's debut labor while s inging in concert fledging career on the cabaret album "Rock Me Tonight." and later gav e birth to Fredcircuit. He covered material The song "Rock Me' die A native New Yorker, made popular by those who i n-Tonight (For Old Times Freddie follo w ed in the fluenced his hefty, gospel Sake)" was written and profoot s tep s of two generation s tinged vocal style Shirley duced by onmipotent of relatives and s ang in the Caesar, Aretha Franklin, songwriter producer and soon church choir During his Gladys Knight, Luther Vanto be Capitol recording artist teenage year s he matured as a dross, the Spinners and others. FREDDIE JACKSON Paul Laurence, wbo in the fine soloist at Harlem's In 1982, Freddie met Melba Some singing stars labor past has written and/ or profamous White Rock Baptist Moore and not only became through long and prosperous duced hits for such artists as Church, where Nick Asford one of her background hit "Keeping My Lover Satisfied. Freddie later toured with Lillo Thomas. He has also written for Howard Johnson (the "Jam Song'') and most recently wrote "Winners" for Melba's cur rent album : The idea of working behind the scene with such talents was a dream come true for -well at least one of t dreams. The other wa s become a s olo artist in his right and with Rock Tonight he' s well on his way. careers and never reach that Melba Moore, Evelyn King, met Valerie Simpson many singers b_!!_t also her BLUE FLAME BAR-B-QUE, & LOUNGE 1523 Grace St. 251-9173 Presents Live Entertainment SEETHE NEW AND EXCITING BAND fD Required Game Room Disco By "DR. J." THE D.J. Friday & Saturday 9 P.M.-2 A.M. NO COVER CHARGE FRI. & SAT. DOUBLE ECKER LOUNGE 7007 Cass Street PH. 257-3498 HAPPY HOUR 5:00 TILL 7:00P.M. Two for One On Poured Drinks Only Mon. Thru Fri. ladies Night Saturday Night 8:00 10:00 FREE FOOD LOW PRICES MATURE CROWD Jack Fisher, Manager MANILA LOUNGE' 2620 E. 7th Ave. TUESDAY LADIES NIGHT FREE CHAMPAGNE WEDNESDAY WET TEE SHIRT CONTEST 70000 DOI.I.ARS TO THE WINNER THURSDAY BIKINI CONTEST THE WINNER GETS A TRIP FOR TWO TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS SUNDAY KING FI.IRT & MAI.E REVUE ALL ACTIONS STARTS 9 P.M. YOUR D.J. FLOYD "JOY" R .IVERS. NEW LOUNGE 614 Nebraska-Avenue, Tampa, Florida TUESDAY NIGHT WTMP RADIO NITE Wednesday Night Ladies Night Free Admission Free Drinks Thursday Night Miss New lounge Swimsuit Contest Cash Prizes Every Week Finals August 1, 1985 Call John 224-0037 Friday & Saturday DISCO YOUR D.J., ''JAY JAY'' AL,_I. ACTION STARTS AT 9 P.M ..........

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TAURUS (4-20/5-20) to ignore their letters. pen and paper and 0 GEMINI (5-2116-20) -The longer you put off seeing a sibling with whom you fought, the more difficult it will be to heal the breach. Swallow your pride and make the first move. CANCER (6-2117-22) -A good day to spend poking around junk shops and flea markets! Your unerring good taste and quick eye can spot a bargain amid all the junk. LEO (7-23 / 8-22) it's a WISe woman whO can support herself whether or not it IS necessary. Polish up your skills and put them to work. You may not need the money now, but then you can use it for a fun splurge. VIRGO (8-23/9-22) A youthful member of your family circle wants to accept a job in another part of the continent. Open the door and let the bird go free. Think what fun it will be to visit later on. LIBRA (9-23/10-22)If you want to play the field, romantically speaking, you must expect others to do the same. At a young age, there .is a lot to be said for it. Time enough to settle down later. SCORPIO (10 ... 23/11-21) Don't always look over your shoulder for shadows. Your life IS on an even keel on all fronts now, so settle back arid enjoy it. You've earned the right to your good fortune. SAGITTARIUS (11-22/12-21) With your charm it isn't neces sary to go into debt to impress a new roman tic interest. Have faith in your own ability to hold the other one's interest. CAPRICORN (12-22 / 1-19) Don't look at life as an exercise in fortiiude. Lighten your serious view of things with a spur of the moment trip, or some fun clothes AQUARIUS (1-20/2-18) -When one has as much charm as you, it is tempting to rely on it to gain your ends. A little elbow grease combined with your winning ways will msure lasting results. PISCES (2-19/3-20) You will wm through if you don't give un too easily If the worht going for in the first place, then it should be worth a second, or even a third or fourth try. ARIES (3-21/4-19) -Now is the time to meet with success on that diet. Stick to your guns and by next bikini season. you'll be the star of the beach front crowd. -The quickest way to Your intentions are good, answer those long over> lose track of old friends is but it's time to pull out due letters. TVGUIDE FRIDAY JUNE 14,1985/ BROADCAST ID\WXFL \..!!JtNBCJ "!'.oday News WTSP [Q) Good Morning America Pohce News 600 Growing 1 5 Years 30 Business NBC News ABC News fi'il WTVT (2J)WFTS \!.!!JtCBSI CIIS Morning lnspeclor New's Gadget News Thr e e's Company News Tranzor Bewitched Diff'rent Strokes Good Times IAtil WXLT Good Morning America Donahue Tic Tac Dough News News ABC News IAAIWTOG 44 Kids Club Fat Albert Greal Space Coasler CHiPs Bob Newhart Divorce Court Dallas Star Trek Too Close For Comfort Jeffersons 45 Report 7 H ;;j;;::: -----8--0015 wwaesehkinglon io = :r n> I = E. n> s > = Q. ... I n> -8 00 Doctor Diff'rent Africa: Up Movie: T.J. Hee "C !;fooker Haw > 45 Move C'l 45 Apple Famous Hill People 9 rs :: to1 30 Mama's Nashville o-l 45 l"amlly Music -4!' 1 0 oo Only Wtiiii Nlc White Children MICkey Wil!11 Finder News <: 15 I Laugh !"per Between Spillane's WiiG ot Lost t'!'] ':,0:,::" !itst '11 rs s:::!tews News News ::rNews 30 Cinema Saturday Etlliopia: Enter s.t Mtvie: Prince .., 45 Sllewcase Night talnment llllk "Curse ot :t (C) MCMLXXX IV Puzz1 e Syndicate five ;;;UIK ;:;:: r.lJ'i .. ...................................... iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;;;;;;i;;;;;;;;;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii .. =

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