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. Mom Of 10 Graduates 8; Enters New Career (SEE STORY ON PAGE 22-A) 35 I -', FLORIDA entinel i ulleffu All The News Fit To Print AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Ever.y Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 58 TAMP A, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Harvey Demands Plan For Drainage Ditches (SEE STORY ON PAGE 2-A) Sacramento Picks Bradley Rosier-Stokes Vows Are Exchanged Marriage vows were exchanged by Frances Rosier and Frank A. Stokes, Jr., Saturday afternoon in Odette's Wedding Garden. The ceremony was performed by Odette Davenport, Notary. Mr. and Mrs. John Rosier, Jr., are the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes, Sr., are the parents of the groom. Tampa will be the couple's place of residence. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 15-A) Gretta Chestnut Weds Errol Moncriffe The wedding of Gretta Lynette Chestnut and Errol L. Moncriffe took place Saturday afternoon at St. John Baptist Church. Elder Eddie Newkirk perfor med the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary L. Chestn ut, and the groom is the son of the late Richard and Lois Moncriffe. The couple will live in Houston, Texas.


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................................ MddJ t R t F School. She was the class's educator, U. S. Army nurse, := 50-Year 'Blissful I e ODI8DS eUDI e Or star atblete a!> a basketball community and professional S player. activist, and public health and Memories_ New Friendships Francisco "Frank" or tuberculosis specialist. "Rod" Rodriguez spent 20 Ovida Rodriguez was the years as the attorney for the first "Miss Middleton." The NAACP, playing an active Tampa resident has been an part in the fight against insurance worker', salesperson segregation in the United and dental assistant. Many of us cannot even im agine what the world was like 50 years ago. "The world has turned over many times" since 1935 and many changes have occurred. When you look ahead and think of reuniting with classmates, one doesn't look to being with those classmates after 50 years. However, members of the Middleton High School Class of 1935 will get together this weekend to "embrace each other, sing together, pray together," says the president of the reunion class, the Rev. F. A. Rodriguez. Much planning has gone in to the event which will be headquartered at the Rodeway Inn, 2.520 N. 50th St. Commit tee chairpersons have gone to great lengths to insure that the classmates have a joyous time. reunion got underway evening with a social hour hosted by Marcia McFarlin Reddy. The BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor morning breakfast is being hosted by Ovida Rodriguez who is also hosting a tour of the city. Howard F f-!arris will be the guest speaker for the Friday evening banquet at the Rodeway Inn, at 7:30. Mrs. Dora L. Chinn Reeder will host the Saturday evening Hawaiian Luau. Sunday the group will worship with the Rev. F. A. Rodriguez at St James AME Church, Progress Village. To end the reunion ac tivities, Monday the group will spend the day together on the Sea Escape. "It matters little what has been achieved or what failures have been encountered," Rev. Rodriguez wrote in hi's message to the class. "Thank God that some have survived and by this gesture we pay a tribute to our teachers, the un tiring efforts of our parents and to ourselves." Some classmates and their achievements include: Gaynell Jenkins Lomax, the group's world traveler. She was a con tributor to the World War II effort as a munitions worker. She pursued a career in bank ing at the First National City Bank in New York, and is cur rently a volunteer worker at Presybterian Hospital, New York City. Alice Hewitt Blackburn is considered an academic pilgrim. She is the holder of many liberal arts and counsel ing degrees. She makes her home in Chicago, Illinois. Tampa's own Dora Chinn Reeder has touched the lives of many younger generations. She is a retired school prin cipal and has launched upon many ayocational challenges. Ozepher Butler Harris was a restauranteur for 25 'years. The Tampa resident is currently working with the George Washin ton Carver States. Today, he is the pastor Alphonso H. Lewis is one of of St. James AME Church and two ministers involved in this a spiritual advisor. reunion. He had a 34-year Rovenia Jefferson Mutcherteaching career and is presentson is again living in Tampa ly pastor of Turner Chapel enjoying life with her husAME Church, Bradenton. band. They are the parents to Essie Cato Wallace spent five children. Having worked the majority of her profesin the clerical field in Connecsional career as Campus ticut for several years, theHostess for Bethune Cookman former Florida A&M student College. Her retirement years says, "Life to me has been are spent in religious very rewarding Yes there have endeavors. She is Bursar of the been rough spots, but that's reunion movement. the test being able to deal Lois Dell Miles spent 36 with the rough spots and suryears in the Hillsborough vive." County School System. Her Elouise Mobley Rioland high school sweetheart and Daniels is the JDOther of two late husband' Harvey T. and has spent 29 years with the Miles, was also a 1935 class u S. Post Office. Remembermember. She is the mother of ing her high school "gang" of Dr. C. Chester Miles. five, she said their motto was James Tucker is a resident "none of us is as strong as all of Tampi of us." Alice Whaley Woodard is Dorothy Lee Brady Harris the mother of two sons, on e of now makes her home in which is deceased. For the past Newark, N J. In a note to her 37 years she has been the other classmates, she gave thanks family member for Dr. and for being able to meet with Mrs. L. B. baburno. Her hobclassmates again. by is fashion modeling Althamese Lindsey Reunions always bring to Bowman has led a productive mind the songs that were life as a domestic counselor popular of the day. Members She niakes her home in of the 1935 class may recall Johnstown, New York. these: Sophisticated Lady, Doris M Reddick is known Body and Soul, What A Dif"'-. to the Tampa bay area as a ference A Day Makes, Smoke nurse. She attributes her sue-Gets In Your Eyes, Out In -The cess to the ability to turn scars Again and The Nearness into stars. Of You. Local members of the 1935 graduating class of Middleton High School seated from left to rigbt are: Essie Wallace, Trearurer; Dora Reeder, Business Manager; Elois Stubbs, Financial Secretary; Ovida Rodriguez and Alice Woodard. Standing in the back, left to right,' are: Rev. A. H. Lewis, Chaplain; Elouise Daniels, Marcia Reddy, Ozepher Harris, Lois Miles, Rovenia Mutcherson, Doris Reddick, Vice President/Recording Secretary; and Rev. F. A. Rodriguez, President. 2301 f. Hillsborough Ave. 238-0351 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905 Now Open On Sundays 12-5 P.M. 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 Palm River Plaza Willie Louise Watson Smith Their motto is "With the is now retired after working ropes of the past, we will ring successfully in the field of electhe bells of the future." tronics. She now resides in Bronx, N. Y : Whatever You > = c.. t :!. Birdie Artest, a resident of Washington, D. C., has work ed in government services. Need 1 Elois Fuente Stubbs has worked in Washington and New York as a counselor and with the Bureau of Child Welfare. She now has a Tam pa address. Classified Has It. :Weather Report Marcia McFarlin Reddy is a retired school "marm" and spends her time with several organizations. She is the mother of a prominent physi cian and has two grandsons. = f Today =and warm, high 95, low 75. Pharfeania Jones Butler is a resident of Detroit, Michigan. 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.. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN : :s. E-1 = G: USPS 202 140 t Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin + t Publishing Co .. 2207 21st Avenue,Tompo, Florida 33605 t : ; Mail all Correspondence To: P. 0. Box 3363 Tampa. Fl. 33601 Member of notional Newspaper Publishers Assciotion (NNPA). and Am+ olgomoted Publishers, Inc., New York. : 1 + I CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS 1901 1977 Founder BETTY DAWKINS 1 General Director :1 : 1 C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill + President and Publisher Circulation Mono!;!er + t SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS CAMILLE WILLIAMS t : : General Manager Office Manager : 1 t' GWENDOLYN HAYES t : Managing Editor SIMON JOHNSON + t AVELINO CASELLAS RAMOS ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Production Directors 9' Second Closs Postage Paid At Tampa, Florida t' t SUBSCRIPTION RATES +. + $31 Per Year Both Editions: $17 Per Year One Edition. + PHONE: 248-1921 t t. 4!1 ..... .. .-' ---. ...... There's Still Malnutrition In The United States Many may argue whether hunger really exists in America but the facts speak louder than any of the debates. The facts show that malnutrition diseases caused by protein and calorie deficiencies, have been reported in various states. This evidence has been gathered from several hospitals and other health institutions in Texas and New Mexico. malnutrition was nearly non-existent in America during the 1970s, Dr. Jean Mayer, president of Tufts University recently said, "Now that situation is altered. The cutbacks in fun ding since 1980, coupled with inflation and reces sion, have wiped out as much as a third of the gains." There's no doubt about it. Some people are experiencing varying degrees of starvation in our coun try. The impact on the lives of those who are af fected is great indeed. It results in stunted growth, harms cognitive thinking and produces poorer test results on mental development tests. The groups of people who are hardest hit by malnutrition are pregnant women, children and older Americans. Many times, people from these groups are least able to take care of themselves. We contend that our country needs to reset its priorities on fighting malnutriti9n. This is the country in the history of the world. Thus, malnutn tion should not exist here. Instead, the disease is growing. And, if we don't it now, it'll o_nly show that there's more spmtual than physacal malnutrition here. Jackson Offers To Negotiate \ CHICAGO Rev. Jesse Jackson Tuesday called on Israel to free hundreds of Shiite Moslem prisoners and offered to go to Beirut to negotiate for the release of 40 remaining hostages from the hijacked TWA jetliner. Jackson said at a news conference at New York's' LaGuardia Airport that he was willing to fly to Beirut with a Shiite Moslem delega tion to try and negotiate the release of the 40 remaining hostages taken prisoner aboard the TWA jetliner, but he said he has not been asked by U.S. officials. BY RUDOLPH HARRIS Political Knowledge For Black People It is safe to say that people, Black people in particular, are long down the road in the knowledge that Blacks made a tremendous contribution in the history and development of this nation. No longer are Black people drenched with ,the psychological inferiority caused by deformed history. "Black is_ Beautiful" is more than just a slogan. Black peo ple know that they are somebody and are entitled to all of the fruits of citizenship and humanity in this land. However, there is an ignorance which still prevails about us more vicious and enslaving than any iron chain could ever be. People are still using the same political (Part III) strategies used since slavery to control our economic and political destiny. One psychic which prevails over Black people's minds is as old as slavery. The old folks used to call it, "Monkey see, Monkey do." In other words, we as Black people tend to, especially here in Tampa, let whites set our values and standards for us. Even our leadership, too often, are virtually handpicked by the white establishment. Whatever or whomever white folks: recognize as good for the Black community, so-called middle-class Blacks, in particular, tend to anoint that Willia _ID Raspberry i -Illegal Aliens Better Off Than Poor People WASHINGTON Every other week, it seems, another social scientist trots out a new list of .figures to challenge or support the contention of Charles Murray ("Losing Ground") that the welfare system has increased poverty in America. The debate over which set of numbers is more accurate, or more accurately interprets reality, tends to obscure a point of fundamental agree ment among conservatives anq liberals and "neos" of both camps: that there really is a welfare dilemma. The dilemma is this: It's unacceptable, particularly in a rich country, to allow anyone to live in hunger and squalor for want of money. But unearned payments designed to alleviate hunger and squalor have the perverse effect of making entry-level jobs unat tractive. To discourage poor people from taking entry-level jobs is to condemn them to dependency and its attendant pathology (including the ero sion of the work ethic), even while alleviating their hunger. Recent years have seen a number of. attempts to resolve the dilemma: work-incentive programs, negative income tax, workfare, and 'any number of other ideas have been broached and found wanting. Leonard M. dent of the Institute for Socioeconomic Studies, states the problem clearly enough. "Income transfers are not in herently wrong. Trouble arises from the form of the transfers used By our well-meaning approach, if a welfare recipient takes a job, his family may lose its public housing and medical benefits in addition to suffering a reduction in welfare payments. The conse quent mathematics of the situation are irresistible. We have destroyed the rn_.otivation to work and trapped people in to a dependency as insidious as poverty itself." He has also proposed an attractive way out: the Graduated Income Supple ment, a single national income supplement that would go to all adults, with a smaller amount going to all children. The supplement would be tax able income, which means that it would result in extra income only for those poor enough to need it. Those too poor to pay taxes would get the benefit in cash Greene's proposal sounds a g 'ood deal like Richard Nixon's negative income tax, except that since the GIS would be universal, without any eligibility criteria, there would be no need for a welfare system to distribute it. The program would be ad(Conthiued On 5-A) .person in the sacred oil of leadership. The same is true where Black organizations are concerned. Negro leaders in cities such as Tampa and St. Petersburg do battle to head organizations like the N.A.A.C.P. primari:y because it is honorable and impressive to the white power structure today. Unlike the old warriors who put their lives on the line, some presidents being shot at and their homes being bomb ed, the Presidents of local chapters today are favorable courted by the white power structure and the white press. (No reflections here Bob; this is not personal; just trying to make a significant point.) The white again the white press in par ticular, also dictates to typical leadership the causes and issues they should ad dress. Few Black leaders in Tampa will tackle those issues which offend the white establishment. Such riskless leadership often proves more embarrassing than effective. Many Negroes, tragically, miss tbe point of history in some critical regards. Somebody somehow conveyed the idea that the great Black educator, Booker T. Washington, was an "Uncle Tom." We never learned why Mr. Washington spoke as he did back there hi 1895 at the Atlanta Exposition. We didn't know that when Washington made that 'Atlanta Com promise", he was trying to save his people from extinc tion and gain private funds to build Black education. When Washington addressed that predominantly white audience that noon day in Atlanta, a Black person was being lynch ed, one every 24 hours somewhere in this land. White immigrants were taking jobs from Black servants and craftsmen at a devastating rate. There is no bold Black leadership in the South. Mili tant Black leadership was in the North Those who spoke out in the South didn't live long. So Washington did what he had to do; he said what he had to say. If he was an "Un cle Tom", he was an "Uncle Tom" in the interest of his people, not for his own, selfish, personal gain. Unfortunately, those servile Black Jeaders among us today are only acting out in their own self-interest. They are selling the masses out for per sonal gain. (to be continued).


f;', TIDW What Is Militant Leadership? D (PartOne) Oftentimes when the word N leadership which will go far.... "militant" is used, pebple ther than the initial "hot air" :;; tend to grasp a violent stage. They need persisteQt pretation. They think it means leadership, militant in seeing a to go aro und randomly ventask through to a successful ting bloodshed. No doubt, conclusion. If You Tbink It's Hot Now On June 22, 1970, the voting age was lowered to 18. Today officially marks the beginning of Summer. If you think it's hot now, stick around. As natives of our beautiful Sunshine State, it is the consensus or everybody else seems to think that we should be used to this heat. To them, we say, "Hogwash!" Who wants to get used to heat? Not me, heaven knows. Besides, Tampa Electric Com pany feels the same way. So, turn on that air conditioner, you paid for it (or are paying for it); stop sitting arourid fan ning hot air over your body, it's hot enough (your body, that is). Speaking of hot air, it's no wonder so many of us lack the knowledge and wits to be hapPY with what we got. Afterall, doesn't everyone own a ''sun or "summer retreat" in Florida? Don't you desire to sit in the sun and soak up all th e rays so that your "oneand-only" will be fascinated with how "dark" you've HER VIEW many may well have read such Personally, this writer tries a message in last Tuesday's arto practice what he preaches. tide, "The Cowardly Image of Take, as an example, the case Tampa's Blacks". last year involving the fire As a people, since slavery, which killed six Black Black people in these United children. Not a single Black States have always been noted leader joined in that cause. I to be .meek and humble, Godfought it alone. It took persis fearing, harmless people. tent leg work and investigaIronically, no people in this boos here and there to keep perfected your tan? Two land have been the victim of that story, militantly, before weeks ago, everyone was prayviolence more than our very the public. The Sentinel even ing for rain. We. II, we got rain. own people Much of this d carne a two-:page story citing Was anybody happy? NO! violence against Black people the name, address, and cirWhy? Because it wasn't has been invited, unfortunate. cumstance of every Black perenough. Someone was heard ly, by their very own meek and son who had died in a Tampa to say that they wished that the humble demeanor. This dilemf" are over the last 25 years. Persun would stop shining. Can ma has to be addressed from sonally' a one-man picket line You imagine? I wish people time to time. was staged for a while around would stick to making wishes Sometimes these articles are aty Hall. for themselves and not those punctuated with a "four letter that affect us masses. word." The idea is not to be The power structure If you think it's hot now, profane but to get a particular thought the effort would soon you ain't seen nothing yet. point across with the intended fizzle out. But they were Better yet, why don't you run determination. Such articulawrong. The stories kept on to your Holy Bibly and read tion is a matter of the author's coming and the inquiries Revelations it will truly be choice. The word, "Nigger" became more intense. The per an inspiring and heating momay somet.imes be used. It is sonal risk became more and ment for you. Yeah, if you always used in quotation more dangerous, but we main think it's hot now, just hold marks. It, too, is used to contained a persistency they onto your air conditioner, 'cuz vey a certain effect. didn't count on. Finally, some Back in 1982; the City of sure can't take it on that Militancy, my friends, corrective action was taken ; Tampa announced that funds day when we all will have to means to be and Several individuals including Pennies From Heaven would be available for low instand up and account for ou r'". persistent to a task. Oftenthe fire chief was fired. The terest loans for small individual efforts and tasks in times, we as leaders will take a City took steps to re-organize businesses. this life bold and forthright initial its safety component. Former The purpose of the loans It ain't really hoL You see, stance. Then we tend to fold police chief Robert Smith was would be to allow business it'sjust the way that the earth and become too tentative. We elevated to safety director owners the opportunity to imrevolves around the sun and don't follow through with peroverseeing both the police and prove their businesses and depending on its position and sistence and see a task through fire departments. make them more productive. The idea behind the the time of day; well, the rays with the militancy necessary. Such my friends is an examThe government sponsored program is good. 1: is one that do get a little intense. Besides, Our enemies understand this pie of daring bold, brave, and loans came as an oasis in the is needed and can be effective. physics wasn't my best subject and usually predict right. They persistent leadership. Such is desert and at the same time This is especialiy true of black and the subject of evolution is let our "hot air" blow over, what militancy is all about. appeared to be pennies sent businessmen who find it exsomewhat boggling to me, then proceed to go on and ig-Now let us examine what from Heaven After a 3-year tremely hard to convince lendtoo. Yet, I do thank God to be nore us. Black people here in "militancy" is not. (to be condelay, the money is finally ing institutions of this city of able to get up in the morning Tampa need the brand of tinued). available. his value. and to be able to see "Big Wt.llt. am Ra s pb' er ry-_ -The federal government The biggest problem is that Red" hovering as I exit my funded grant made $75,000 there should have been more door. available to the merchants of funds available. I am sure the So, speak for yourself and (Continued From Page 4-A) illegal aliens work in an enthe West Tampa area. Anyone government could h?vr come don't be so selfish the next ministered by the Internal vironment little changed since that is familiar with the West up with a half millron dollars time "Ole Sunny" creeps into Revenue Service "allowing the 19th century. Sweatshops Tampa area knows that it is or more, they always find your life, 'cuz it ain't hot yet. dismantling of today's abound. Families (including mainly a residential area money otherwise. Peace Be Unto You. cumbersome and amazingly young children) do piecework, surrounded by more than one The second problem as I see expensive welfare toiling around the clock at hundred small businesses. it are the restrictions placed on these people in getting the bureaucracy." wages that can be less than $1 What good can $75,00o do the use of the money. I agree most out of what they have. Under the proposal, a poor per hour. with the number of businesses that there s;ould be Despite the many "downs" family could earn an addi"Yet, ironically, the system located in the West Tampa guidelines but to limit a of this grant money I urge tion al $4,000 a year and be appears to be serving the itarea? There is a limit as to business own"!" is defeating the those who qualify to apply and taxed at a maximum marginal legal aliens better than what merchants do with purpose. inakethebestofit. Ifthisloan rate of 14percenL Under pre-America's underclass. the money. The grr>. nt has However, the scope of the program is used up and suesent law, the tax on the $4,000 Historically, waves of imspelled out that the money can money's usage should be excessfully so, it c0uld pave the might be above 100 percent, migrants have worked their only be used for equipment panded to include such items way for a bigger more in considering loss of eligibility way up the American and new machinery. as building improvements, elusive loan progran. in the for public housing and health economic ladder, and many I wonder if anybody stock purchasing, employee future. benefits. recent immigrants seem to be associated with the money salaries, advertisiog and other Those businessmen in the The president of the White doing the same. The subchecked the cost of equipment similar and necessary expenWest Tampa area should conPlains-based institute believes minimum-wage jobs that they and machinery lately. The cost ses. These kinds of things are tact the West Tampa Business his proposal would ameliorate have attained offer opportuni -of these items isn't exactly just as important to the small Center at: 2146 Mai n Street another dilemma that is attracty __:a first step up the ladder cheap. businessman as equipment. or call 251-4625 about the low ting a growing amount--of atthat for many has already led The big question is, how Granted small businessmen interest loans. tention: the fact that illegal to prosperity and b aliens have more incentive for G b 1 many usmesses can be helped need financial assistance, but reene, o vtous y, ooes not with $75,000? there is one other need, and FREE BLESSED MONEY PRAYER economic progress than advocate a reinstitution of Th CLOTH native-born Americans. 19 h at amount of money is a that is business training. So 813_231.1163 t century sweatshops. His lot of money-to go towards the many businessmen find them"In fact, we have a dual point is that it is counterl :!2 ID ff :I :I fD I = = fD ... :I -c:l = r::J' ... til =l'D Q. fD ....., = fD til > :I Q. ?. I .... = e .... =-... .... ; :I til development and the imselves struggling and they Spiritual Advisor, economy Native-born productive and wrong that a f Divine Healer, Metaphysician. Her-Ameri cans recei"ve many pro 1 "C P rovement o one business, eventually fail because of a poor person wil ing to work .,_ bolist, Marriage Counselor. Cas t t" db fi W k" .,. but it is only a thimble full lack of know how. worker. Spiritual supplips. Help in ec tons an ene Its. or mg hard at unpleasant jobs should C'l when addressing the What should ideally come all of life' s problems. Write Me. conditions are generally good be subjected to a financial of eilgibie businesses in West along with those loans is Bishop Kelly. 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.................................................................................................. .. Wright's Wonderland Child Care Center Graduation .... N :z ;;J ..., < Q Cl:: WISHI N G YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDA. Y c; The 2nd Annual Graduation Program for Wright's Wonderland Child Care Center was on May 26, at the River Center. Children r.eceiving diplomas were, left to right seated, Passaon Blash, Kia Hams, Pnncess Donaldson, Marilyn Horton, Lacreshia Blash Latisha Williams, Lisa Sluss, Tia Davis; and standing, Torrie Ingram, Anthony Powell, Paul Jer rod Leigertwood, D' Andre Washington Reginald Goodwin, Byran Green, Jennifer Wright, Director, and not shown, Jermaine Dorsey and Dulie Green. DeMARIO H. MOORE MICHELLE SHANNON ha h ng her first birthday June is the daughter of Mr. ana Mrs Jimmy L. (Linda) and granddaughter of Mrs. Catherine Pruitt. c '1::::1 = < :s t' t. ""' '1::::1 t -= I'll ::s :s IT'S ROS E CRU TCHFIELD =MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL REED .! Michael and Betty Reed will begin celebrating their 5th An. niversary, Friday (today) June 21 with a three-day vacation at :; the Yankee Trader Hotel on Ft. Lauderdale Beach =? Betty is the daught e r of Mrs. Carrie Williams She is employed at Honeywel l. Michael is t he s on o f Mrs. Louise .! Reed. He is employed by S mit h-Kl i ne Labs. The couple has one i daughter, Melissa Ari a ne HERE FOR FAMILY EVENT = G: Miss Altamarie Burroughs wa s in town recently for the an niversary observance o f her grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Purify and her aunt and uncle, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hamilton. When the Hamilton marriage was solemnized in old St James Episcopal Church, Altamarie strewed rose petals along the bride's pathway to the altar. Miss Burroughs now resides in Atlanta where she is employed as a corporate analyst. A graduate of Hampton Institute, Altamarie has done post-graduate study at Atlanta University and the Medical College of Virginia. She is the daughter of Ms. Alma Purify and Thomas Burroughs. Altamarie is an advisor to the undergraduate chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority on the Spelman College Campus and a member of the Sorority's Decatur Alumnae Chapter. PLANT CITY MAYOR TO BE HONORED The citizens of Plant City are honoring Mrs .Sadye Gibbs Martin, Mayor of Plant City, Friday evening, June 21, 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn of Plant City Chairpersons are: Mrs. Helen Rivers and Ms. Frances Hague. TECHNIQUE DENTAL STUDY CLUB On June 10, the Technique Dental Study Club held its mon thly meeting at the office of Dr. Charles Myers, 2224 E Col umbus Drive. The guest speakers for the evening were Howard McKnight and Morty Ancrum. Mr. McKnight, a former IRS < agent, is a Certified Public Accountant in private practice in Tampa. Mr. Ancrum, a Lakeland resident, i s a certified life ;;< und e rwriter and is one of the few Blacks in his profession in the ;;i country. The information they brought was both timely and in'"" format i ve. Contmued On Page 11-A) Q., New Deadllnesll For Church Advertisement Social Advertisement All Social Club Birthday News 2 PM Thursday for Tuesday fdltlon 2PM Tuesday for friday fdltlon Pianist Wanted At Cathedra/ Of Love And Peace Church, Tampa Call Dr. fl. J. Peele, Jr., Collect A (B13J 323, After 1 PM Steward's Observance Sunday, June 24 1985 At Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church 7315 Kissimmee Street Tampa Florida (Port Tampa) 3 :30P. M ELDER ERIC Q TRUSS Pastor, Shiloh P B Church Speaker REV NATHANIEL McCRAY Pastor BRO JOHN llOYD Vice-Chairman Of Stewards DeMario Har-Zavia Moore is also one year old June 21. He is the son of Ms Julie Moore, and grandson of Mrs. Audrey Moore. There will be a party for him Saturday at the home of his grandmother He will celebrate with relatives and friends. June ZOth was Mrs. Gussie Black's birthday and she en joyed it with her daughter, Mrs. Elouise Langston, cousins and friends Mrs. Black is a member of Hood Temple A.M.E. Zion Church Michelle Denise Shannon is MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719 Green Street Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 AM Bible Sttady, Tues., 7 P.M. Everyone Is Welcome Bro Larry B. Horde, Sr. Deacon Sis. Patricia Horde, Sec. USHER BOARD NUMBER TWO OF GREATER BETHEL M.S. CHURCH 808 Short Emory & Jefferson Streets SPONSORS Rev. Henry J. Lyons, Ph. D. ... Pastor Of Bethel Metropolitan Church, St. Accompanied By Congregation ... And, The President Of The Florida General Convention June 23, 1985 At 4:00 P:M. REV HENRY J. LYONS 1 1 1 GWENDOLYN MYERS .. President Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr., Pastor SAINT MATTHEW OBSERVES fOURTH ANNUAl. DAY fOR USHER BOARDS 2628 27th Avenue Rev. J. H. Howell, Pastor Sunday, June 23, 1985 PASTOR HOWfLL REV. ROOSfVfLT ROBINSON RfV. JOHN STfPHfNS 11 A.M. 3 P.M. 7 P.M. It Is With Distinct Pride That We Announce Our Order Of Service For This Occasion. Sis. Irma Williams, President And Members Of Progressive Usher Board Are In Charge Of Eleven 0' clo ck Services; Sis. Georgie Smith, President And Members Of Usher Board No. 1 Will Serve 'As Host To First Baptist Church Of Progress Village; And, Bro. Alex Cottman, President And Members Of Usher Board No. 2 Are In Charge Of Seven 0' clock Services For The Longshoreman Fellowship Hour With Rev. T. J. James AmdMt. Tabor M .B. Church. A Repast Will Be Served After The 7 p.m. Service. Special Guests And Participants Are Scheduled To Appear At All Services.


SIGMAS SET SMOKER DATE At their last meeting, Gamma Eta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity finalized plans for their next acivity, '"The Sigma Smoker". This event will be held Saturday, June 22, 8 p.m. at the University of South Florida. The purpose of the smoker is go into greater details about Phil Beta Sigma to interested individuals. Anyone interested may call President Ron Gardner at 236-0851. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., an international organiza tion of College and professional men, was founded in 1914 at Howard University, and has as its principles Brotherhood, Scholarship and Service. As one of the eight Black Greek-letter organizations, Phi Beta Sigma has a membership of over 70,000 with over 500 chapters throughout the continental United States, Switzerland and Africa. Other activities the local chapter was involved in included their attendance at the State Board Meeting with Brothers Ron .Gardner and Zannie Mount representing the chapter. Also the 1chapter, under the leadership of Brother Prince Burden, is deeply involved in an historical research 'ofGamma Eta Sigma. Much important history has been gathered and is being placed in the local scrapbook. ORANGE BLOSSOM COMETOLOGISTS Sunday morning of the O.B.C.A. State Convention, the S.O.G. met with the Shop Owner's Guild chairman, Ormiller Kelsey, of Tampa, presiding. District chairmen attending the Breakfast Meeting were: Mrs. Lelia Batly, Jacksonville; Mrs. Almetta L. Scott, Tampa; Mrs. Kathryn Williams, Daytona; Co-Chairman, Mrs. Altmease \ Dukes, Winter Haven; Mrs. Mercedes Locklear, J'v1erritte Island; and Mrs. Serne Long, Gainesville. Plans were discussed for 1986. At 10 a.m., the delegation boarded buses and cars and traveled to Saint lames African Methodist Episcopal Church of Miami, where the Orange Blossom Cosmetologists Associa tion, Inc., 46th Annual Convention was officially opened. The Historian, Mrs. Bertha Srieed sang a very inspiring song and read the O.B.C.A. history. Mrs. McKensley bought greetings from the State Board of Cosmetology. Dr. R. L. Hassey, 1st Vice-President, sang a &olo. Mrs. Dorothy Marshall of Sarasota introduced the delegation beginning with the state of ficers. Mrs. Nancey Knight, 3rd President, Sarasota, introduc ed Dr. Cathlean B. Ross, State President. Donations were given to the church, pastor, choir, youth department and the ushers. The Rev. L.C. Kelley is the pastor. BLAKE CLASS OF 1971 The 1911 Class of H. W. Blake Sr. High School will meet on June 26, at 7:30p.m. at Blake School to kick-off plans for the 15th Year Reunion. ALLEN TEMPLE LAY ORGANIZATION The members of the Lav Or2anization of Allen Temple have completed plans for their annual Laymen's Day Program June 30. E. James Tokley, a renowned religious and civil leader, will be the speaker. CLASSES OF 1948 Middleton --Don Thompson Class of 1948 met June 17, at FIRST MOUNT CARMEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 4406 No. 26th Street SPONSORS Pastor's Aid Board Building Fund Program Sunday, June 23, 1985 Presiding: Evelyn K-ton Agee Sunday School-9:30A.M. With Guest Participants Sister Laurine Hall, Supt. Outstanding Members Honored At St Paul A.M.E. Women's Day On June 9, at St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Mrs. Lucille B. Johnson was the recipient of a special Award for Outstanding Religious Service, from the Church. She also received an award presented by Mrs. Ravena F. Brady. This was the Sarah A. Ferrell Award given to her for dedicated service to the Church. Mrs. Johnson has been an active member of St. Paul A.M.E. Church for sixty Byrd-Cofer Engagement SANDRA J. BYRD years, She served as teacher LUCILLE B JOHNSON and superintendent of the SunMr. and Mrs. James E. day School, Trustee, Steward, this service. Bowers annouce the engageChoir member, Ladies Aux.: ment of their daughter, Saniliary, Laymen, Missionary Mrs. Johnson said her dra J. Byrd to Sgt. Willie Sherand Church. Secretary favorite. scriptures which she rett Cofer of Augusta, Ga. Emeritus. reads daily: 23 and The bride-elect was graduated Numerous relatives and Psalms. Her favonte song 1s from Middlet n High School friends worshiped with her at "It Pays To Serve Jesus." in 1970. She is.1an inspector at -----------------..... -----Interconics. MAR, R lArGE '-;v ... .; LICENSES Roy Allen Borders, 27, Tampa, and Monica Darshan Andrews, 19, Tampa. Terance Jerome Eady, 21, Tampa, and Karen Michele Hammond, 22, Tampa. Osei Prince Maxwell Kwarteng, 27, Tampa, and Evelyn Hannah Assoh, 27, Lutz. Amos Dexter, 46, Tampa, and Carolyn Yvonne Dexter, 28, Tampa. Ellias Lam arcus Nedd, 21, Tampa, and Evlaleah McDowell, 22, Tampa. Matthew Samuel Ellis, 41, Ft. Washington, Maryland, and Glenna Elizabeth Richardson, 28, Ft. Washington, Maryland. Tomas Vante Gamboa, 22, Tampa, and Marie Antoinette Walker, 18, Tampa. Carl Edward Thacker, 23, Tampa, and Elnita Michelle Peterson, 20, Tampa. Terry Darnell Myrick, 28, New York, and Gloria Delaughter, 23, Thonotosassa. Darrell Lesley Barton, 35, Tampa, and Sharon Lynn Scott, 27, Tampa. Merrick Simmons Jr., 29, and Janice Edwards, 27, Tam pa. Eugene Leath, Sr., 37, Tam pa, and Corisuello Williams, 34, Tampa. Solomon Lawrence Davis, 64, Plant City, and Mae Helen Owens, 29, Plant City. Lacious Hunter Jr., 23, Tampa, and Charlotte Ann Johnson, 22, Tampa. Willie Sherett Cofer, 30, Tampa, and Sandra Jeanette Byrd, 33, Tampa. Robert Andrew Black, 28, Tampa, and Imacula St. Juste, 25, Tampa. Carlton Eugene Sheppard, 19, Tampa, Sylvia Elaine'' Troupe, 19, Tampa. Terence Leroy Cottman, 20, Tampa, and Obran Phylice Miley, 20, Tampa. Raymond Lovell Murdock, 32, St. Petersburg, and Gloria Jean Green, 35, St. Petersburg. Douglas Macarthur Sanders, 42, Tampa, and Amanda Moore, 32, Tampa. Robert Tyrone Jenkins, 23, Tampa, and Valinda Glynette Middleton Jr. High School. The meeting was well attended by classmates to finalize plans for their Sea Escape to Grand Bahamas for the weekend of Aug. 9th-11th. Any classmate that would like to make reservations for the cruise may contact Alberta The next class meeting will be Monday, July 1st, 7:30p.m. at Middleton Jr. High. Israel Tillman and Clifton Williams are Presidents. FSU ALUMNI The Black Alumni Association of Florida State University will meet on Friday, June 28, at 7 p.m. in the annex of the Mt. Olive AME 1747 LaSalle St. The special guest will be Sam Trice, President of the Black Alumni Assoc; of FSU. For more information call Y. Ballard-Sims, 229-1516. GIRL SCOUT MEETING Girl Scouts Troop 903, 876, and 902 announce new meeting The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs: Willie Cofer of Augusta. He is a member of the United States Air Force and is stationed at MacDill Air Force Base The wedding will be July 27. To Visit In California ... OCTAVIA HOPKINS Octavia Hopkins will fly to = Highland, California to visit S. her uncle and aunt, T /Sgt. and = Mrs. Marcel (Andreleat) Canady for the summer. Oc-= tavia is the daughter of Mr. Q. = and Mrs. Joseph (Mary) flj Hopkins, granddaughter of Mr. and M"rs. Rudene (Dorothy) lgles and Mr. and Mrs. William (Bernice) Hopkins, and the great grand daughter of Mrs. Eddie Lee Burrell. Gainey, 21, Tampa. Kenneth Lofton, 25, Tam pa, and Angela Yvette Reid, 26, Tamfja. Willie Sirmons, Jr., 36, Tampa, and Georgia Ann Lloyd, 25, Tampa. Ray Charles Baldwin, 25, Tampa, and Jacquelyn Ann Jefferson, 29, Tampa. Willie Jerome Jackson, 28, Tampa, and Rosemary Robin son, 25, Tampa. JEWEL WARREN REV. E. R WILLIAMS location and time as follows: Monday, June 24, the Girl Scout II A.M. Speaker Pastor Troops 903, Brownies, 876-Junior, and 902-Cadettes will hold Jessie Lee Davis, 3 4, Tam pa, and Yvonne Louise Woods, 33, Tampa. Participants Are: Lena M Keeton, Tonya Walters, Laurine Hall, Alice their weekly meeting at the Martin Luther King Center, 2400 Oates, Ethel Lane, Rev. G. J. Oates, Rutha K Walters, Shelisia D. Bradley, Rubin Owens, Dorothy Hawkins, Linda Norman Barbara N. Oregon at 5:30 p.tn. All girls and their parents are invited to Williams, Latecia Agee And Teresa Mandy attend. Troop leaders are Mrs. Deborah Spencer and Mrs. SIS. PURCELL B. CURRY, Chairperson LaFran Reddin. SIS. ERLENE SMITH Co-Chairperson For more information call 254-5203 after 3:30p.m.


...... ...... ...... ................ ...... ... ........... .. A Birthday Party For Mrs. L. L. DuPree N There was a birthday for Mrs. Mogul DuPree on June 13, at the A.K.A. House. The nice affair was given by Mrs. Sybil Barnes, who was assisted Q by Sylvia Carley and Sharon f!! Miller. Mrs. DuPree, retired teacher, is the former director of Saturday's Children, a member of Beulah Baptist Church, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and other civic and professional groups. She was accompanied to the party by her husband, L. L. DuPree, and son, Rene. Thpse joining them for the delightful evening were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pride, Claudia Lowry, Ruth H. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius R. Mills, Clara E. Williams, Georgia B. Everett, Mamie Long, Laura Stewart, Lillie MRS. DuPREE Gidden, Erma Dawson, Isabel Harris, Jennie Webb, Sweetrix L. Williams, Lois 0. Miles, Richie Belle Martin, Theo H. Howard, Mamie S. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hargrett, Sr.-, Cornelia K. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Garcia, Betty T. Baker, San dra H. Wilson Sheehy, Altamese H. Simmons, Lucille N. Franklin; Thelma K.Shuman, Ruth T. Brown, Thelma D. Benton, Sadie Floyd, Sarah Wynn, Clarence Wilson, Kenneth Perry, Gloria Philmore, Anthenia Brown, and J. Anderson. 1 GOodNews Baptist Church Observes It's Pastor Allied Buyers Visit The Orient "REV. E. C. KELLY'S 14th Anniversary June 19 June 21 Nightly At 7:00P.M. And Sunday, June 23, 3:30P.M. Sis. S. Pearson, Chairperson Bro Jerry Pope, GREATER CHOIRS UNION NO. 3 CONVENES Sunday,June13,1985 At 2:45P.M. TRIUMPH HOLINESS CHURCH l614l4th Avenue FJder P. J. Whitehurst, Pastor The Public Is Cordially Invited. ta Patsy Grene, right, with Wendi Schnider on boat ride. Patsy Greene, a Ladies' Suit "CS and Coat Buyer for Maas J Brothers of Florida, based in Tampa, was selected in early :E March to represent Allied Cor If poration (parent company of Maas and other stores throughout the country). She was accompanied by Wendi Schnider, the Suit Buyer of Allied Corporation and the Divisional Merchandise Manager of Allied. < i f-

0 > r-0 c:: 2 N .... s.J. Wilson, the Rev. Steven Nunn, Aria Nunn, the Rev. and Mrs. John A.dams, and Mildred A banquet, sponsored by John Adams,_ Jr., John The dinner was catered by the trustees, is always included Acosta, Jr., Olivia Bertha Duncan and Walter L. the calendar of events for Carmichael-Brown, Jackie Height. Fannie Thomas was yer Temple United Wilds, Rita Seate, Mildred re s ponsible for the flower arMethodist Church. This year's Hankerson-Lewi s Aria Nun n rangements. banquet, chaired by Lois D. and Herbert Bolen, Tru s tee Those serving as waiters were Joseph McFadden, George Wilds, Ron Carmichael, Anthony Brown, Lonzo Williams Herbert Bolen Roland McCullum, Carlos Burgess, Michael Jones and James Williams Miles who is also co-chairman Board Chairman. f the Trustee Board, was the Other trustees are Henri P. 92nd Anniversary Fred, secretary; Homer uet. The Rev. Steven Patrick, treasurer; Walter Nunn was the speaker. S J Heights, Joseph McFadden, Wilson was toastmaster Roland McCullum,' Lonzo Also on the program were Williams. and Geraldine Temple pastor, the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Woodard. 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. Tlclcets: o Adults $4.00 In Advance $5.00 At The Door All Proceeds To Benefi( The Alpha Phi Alpha Scholarship Fund. Children $2.00 In Advance (Under 12) $2.50 At The Door For Ticket .. formation Call 238-4427 Or 969-0054. Nevv Deadlines For Church Advertisement Social Advertise1nent All Social, Club, Birthday News 2 PM Thursday for Tuesday Edition 2 PM Tuesday for friday Edition Theresa Johnson of Detroit, Regania tlng Over Radio Station W. T.I.S., 11.10 A.M. On Your Radio Dial Each Saturday Morning At 11:00 A.M. Is The Rev. S.C. Waterford This Outr,each Ministry Helps in The Usage Of Thimgs To Come, Eschatology, / Also The Literal, The Metaphorical And The Allegorical Interpretations Of Holy Writ. what Is Spirit And What Is Spiritualized, Post-And Pre> = Q. l'!j .. I = =-= Cl.l Rapturism Also, Premillinnialism. Rev. Waterford Has Visited The Holy Lands Of lsarel, The > Vatican City In Rome, The Ancie.,t Cities Of Corinth And Athens, Greece. He Is Preseotly-z Pastoring' St. Paul A.M. E Church Located At 506 z _E. Harrison St., Tampa, FL. t'll ....................


I oc' c < fl.! = t' 'C .c fl.! -::cs = =c = = I c c r)J Clll IN THE SPOTLIGHT ORDIA KNIGHT* Ordia Knight is an 5'4" beauty of Tampa. This lovely Capricorn's plan for the future is to become a Registered Nurse. Ordia enjoys playing racquetball, modeling, and meeting new people. Her philosophy of life is: "One needs to strive to seek knowledge, because knowledge is the key to success and happiness. Ordia is attracted to a man ,vho is lovable, considerate, and romantic. Her favorite star is Luther Vandross. THE IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER AND FASTINGPART 3 ST. MATTHEW 6:5-18 PRAISE GOD, PRAYER IS THE MOST IMPORTANT SPIRITUAL' EXERCISE THAT A CHRISTIAN CAN HAVE. IF YOU WANT TO LIVE A HAPPY, YIELDED AND VICTORIOUS LIFE, PRAYER AND FASTING IS ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL! WE MUST ALSO FAST FOR OUR COUNTRY, ESPECIALLY WHEN THERE IS THREAT OF WAR, OR NATIONAL CALAMITY. IN 2 CHRONICLES 20:3-30, JUDAH, THREATENED WITH WAR AND NATIONAL CRISIS WHEN ATTACKED BY THE MOABITES AND AMMONITES, FASTED. READ VERSE 3: AND JEHOSAPHAT .FEARED AND SET HIM SELF TO SEEK THE LORD AND PROCLAIMED A FAST THROUGH OUT THE LAND. PRAISE GOD, THE ENEMIES WERE DEFEATED. GOD ALWAYS FIGHTS FOR HIS PEOPLE IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE TO COMPREHEND AMERICA'S FUTURE IF ALL CHRISTIANS WOULD SET THEMSELVES TO SEEK THE LORD AND FAST. GOD WOULD BRING ABOUT A REMARKABLE DIVINE INTERVENTION IN EVERY AREA OF GOVERNMENT, NATIONALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY. 2 CHRONICLES 7:14"IF MY PEOPLE WIUCH ARE CALLED BY NEW PHILADELPHIA M.B. Church 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue REV. JAMES M. MARION ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship (1st Sun.), 5:30P.M. Prayer & Bible Class, Tues., 7:30P.M 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24th A venue Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Wonbip Servlc:e, 11:00 A.M. Evenlna Servlc:e, 7:30 P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W.,Fri., 7:30P.M. Wanted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. 689-3023 Or 247-1037 FIRST BORN HOUSE Of Prayer (Pentecostal} 805 E. Henderson ... Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 A.M. Mornign Worshjp, 12:00 P.M. Evenign Worship, 7:30P.M. 7:30P.M., Tues., Bible Study 7:30P.M., Thurs., Prayer & Tarrying ST. JOHN M.B. CHURCH 340 J 25th A venue MY NAME, SHALL HUMBLE THEMSELVES, AND PRAY, AND ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK SEEK MY FACE, AND TURN FROM THEIR WICKED WAYS: THEN .. Pastor WILL I HEAR FROM HEAVEN, AND WILL FORGIVE THEIR SIN, Sunday School, 9:45A.M. AND WILL HEAL THEIR LAND". Morning Service, II A.M. CHRISTIANS, INSTEAD OF COMPLAINING AND BLAMING THE Bible Study, Wed., 7 P M. PRESIDEN'{ FOR YOUR PROBLEMS, START PRAYING THAT HE REHEARSALS: WILL MAKE THE RIGHT DECISIONS FOR THE PRESENT AND Youth, Tues., 6 P.M. FUTURE OF OUR COUNTRY. 1 TIMOTHY 2:1-3, REMINDS US TO: No.2, Tues., 7:30; No. t & Young COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST ,Panor Sunday School, 9:!10 A M Morning Worohip, 11:00 A M Y P W W., 5 :!10 P.M. Evening Worohip, 7:00P. M Tues. & Fri., 7:00 CHU 1312 W. Nassau Street Tampa, Fla 33607 DAVID ATKISON, Minister SUNDAY: Bible Study, 10 A.M. & S p.M. Worship, II A.M. & 6 P.M. TUESDAY: Ladies Study, 10 A.M. Regular Study 7:30P.M. THURSDAY: Song Service & Prayer Meeting 7:30P .M. LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN CENTER Palm River Recreation Center 58th St. And Palm River Rd. CLYDE F. BOULER Praise & Worship Service 11 AM Faith & Deliveranc:e Service -6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Worship Experience. Radio M inistry Eac:h Saturday At 1:15 P.M On WCBF (1010 AM). FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF liNCOLN GARDENS 4202 Palmetto Street ELDER J. A STEPHENS .. Pastor Sunday School, 9 :30A.M. Each Sunday Morning Service, 1 1 A.M Evening Service, 6 P M First And Third Sundays NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 405 North Oregon .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Wonhip, 11 A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Wonhlp, 7 P.M Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Tbursd"", 7 P.M. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M .RCHURCH 4413 35th Street REV. M MURRAY .. lias tor Sunday School, 9:45 A 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 CANAAf'l M.B. CHURCH PRISON CRUSADE BUILDING 29th Street & 21st A venue .REV. JAMES Pastor Sunday School, 10 A M. Morning Worship, II A.M. B.T.U., 5 P.M. Evening Worship, 6 P M. First & Third Sunday Visitors Are Welcome "PRAY FOR KINGS AND FOR ALL THAT ARE IN Adults, Wed., 8 P.M THAT WE MAY LEAD A QUIET AND PEACEABLE LIFE IN ALL .. GODLINESS AND HONESTY; FOR THIS IS GOOD AND ACCEP8 T.U ., 5 P.M Each Sunday Prayer & Bible Study Tuesday At 7 P M TABLE IN THE SIGHT OF GOD OUR SAVIOR". DANIEL 4:17 AND 32 VERSES, REMIND US THAT THK MOST HIGH GOD, RULES IN THE KINGDOM OF MEN AND GIVES IT TO WHOMSOEVER HE WILL ROMANS 13:1-4, OUR PRESIDENT IS A MINISTER OF GOD, TO THEE FOR GOOD. ESTHER 4:16-ESTHER CALLED FOR A FAST FOR 3 DAYS AND NIGHTS, BEFORE SHE WENT IN TO THE KING TO PETmON FOR THE LIVES OF THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL. LET US FAST AND PRAY FOR THE PROTECTION AND DELIVERANCE OF THOSE REJECTED BABIES THAT THE ABOR TION CLINICS ARE ABOUT TO DESTROY, AND ALSO THE HOSTAGES. OPEN DOOR CHRISTIAN CENTER 1221 E. Columbus Dr. GRACE MARY M.B. Cf:fURCH 3901 37th Street < Sunday Schoo!, 10 A.M : ... Pastor Morning Service, II A.M. Stmday School, 9:30A.M. Z Evening Service, 7 P .M. Morning Servic:e, 11 A.M. BibleStudy, Thurs 7P.M. EveningServic:e,S:30P.M. Prayer Meeting, Tues 7P. M. Bible Study, Wed., 7P.M. MORNING GLORY M.B. CHURCH 7510 N. 40th Street REV. P L. HUMPHREY ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M._ Morning Wonblp, II A.M. Tbe Public: Is Invited EVENING STAR TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Paris .. Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M Morning Servic:e, 11 A.M. Night Service, 6 P.M. t; ... The Public Is Invitcil.. The Public: Is Invited. .......................................................... Prayer Meeting, Thurs. 7 P.M.


Church Advertisement Social Advertisement All Social, Club, Birthday News 2 PM Thursday far Tuesday ldltlon 2 PM Tuesday for fdltlon A.M.I. CHURCH l61SCHIPCO Rev. S.C. Lawson J>astor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Worship, 11 A.M. Class 7:30P.M, The Traveling Stars Present Program Sot., June 22, At 8 P.M. Mt. Sinal Holiness Church (On Chelsea Street) With The Floyd Singers, Pilgrim Jubilees, And Other Groups Are Invited. THI fiRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of COLUGf HILL 3838 29th Street Pastor Young Glover Sunday, June 23, 1985 SundaySchool9:30A.M. MominrService 1/:00A.M. (Graduates To 8e Honoredl BTU 5:00P .M. Evenlnf Service 6:30P.M. IT'S All ABOUT (Continued From Page 6) NATIONAL AWARD WINNER The National Secondary Education Council announced recently that Anthony Carswell, Jr. has been named an Academic All-American. The NSEC has establilshed the Academic All-American Scholar Award Program in order to offer deserved recognition to superior students who excel in the Academic disciplines. The Academic All-American Scholars must earn a 3.3 or better grade point average. ANTHONY CARSWELL, JR. Only Scholars selected by a secondary school instructor, counselor, or otlter qu"aiifled sponsor are acct_t>ted. These scholars are also elilgible for other awards given by the NSEC. These are awards few students can ever hope to attain. Anthony who attends New Orleans Baptist School, was nominated for this National Award by Lydia L. Rowell, Prin cipal. He will appear in the Academic All-American Scholar Directory, which is published n11tionally. Anthony is the son of Anthony and Patrice Carswell. He is the grandson of Mr. Tommy Carswell of Newark, N.J., and Ruth Carswell, lelia Graham, Alzada Singleton and James Floyd, all of Tampa. IN SYMPATHY J.W. LEEKS Friends are in sympathy with the family of Mr. J. W. Leeks who died June 17. Mr. Leeks had been a resident of Tampa since 1942. He was a retired employee of Florida Steel Corporation, a deacon in New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, and a Florida Sentinel Bulletin news carrier. Mr. Leeks' survivors in clude: a daughter, Cassandra Leeks, and granddaughter, Angel Douse. Services will be at 11 A M. Saturday, at New Mt. Zion M.B. Church. Appreciation Program For DEACON Wfi.LIE CITY WIDI CHOIRS UNION N0.2 CONVENES Sunday, June 23 I 985 At2:45P.M. For His 10 Years Of Devoted And Services At NfW PROORISS M.S. CHURCH 3307 E. Sbadowlawn Ave. Sat., June 22, At 7:30P.M. SIS. PATRICIA LOCKHART Mistress Of CeO!monies Sponsored by: NEW PROGRESS LADIES IN ACTION (Reception Followina Proaram In Cburch Annex.) RIV. f. J. WILLIAMS, Pastor LAYMEN'S DAY OBSERVANCE St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church 1709 25th Street Rev. C. D. Dixon, Pastor HOLSIY TIMPLI C.M.f. CHURCH Rev H L Wilkes, Pastor President SIS. ALICE MITCHElL Reporter YOU ROSE CRUTCHFIELD COMPLETES PREPAREDNESS TRAINING Army Pvt. Edwad K. Tabor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tabor, recently com pleted a unique 16-week Infan try Preparedness Program at Fort Benning, Georgia. After a visit home, he defSarted on for a three-year aSsign ment at Fort Ora, California. Those present for the graduation were Mr. Edward Tabor, Mrs. Norma Tabor. Mr. Anthony Conolly, Mrs. Audrey Bush and Mr. Fran cisco Archbold. KINDERGARTEN PARENTS Lots of congratulations, hugs and kisses went to Kylia Joi Latisha Wrice on Sunday, June 9, as she graduated from The Helping Hand Day Nur sery and Kindgraten. Those attending her gradua tion were her proud mother, Diane Wrice; aunts, Beverly Garrett and Anita Dogan; un cle, Anthony Carswell; step grandmother, Ruth Carswell; cousins, Barbara Garrett, Mr. and MI'S. Randolph (Sallye) Sniith, Natasha and Randy Jr.; friends, Mrs. Marie Williams, Mrs. Yvonne Scott, Ms. Mable Cannon and Latonya Williams KYLIA-JOI WRICE To add excitement to Kylia's day, her godparents, Mr. and rs. Louis (Gwen) Smith drove in from Jacksonville with their two sons, Girard and Cory. After the ceremony, a party was held for Kylia, not only to celebrate her graduation but also to say goody-bye. Kylia-Joi flew out of Tampa Monday morning, June 10, to Newark, New Jersey to spend the summer with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Ida) Carswell who were unable to attend because of illness > = ca. :s. liiLL SERVICE IN LAKE PLACID I The Tampa Community is saddened by the news of the un. timely death of Leo M. Hill of Lake Placid. He was a ; Deacon of First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Rev. M.C. Johnson, pastor_. ;. include: his wife, Mrs. Lessie Hill, Lake Placid mother,_ Mrs. Essie Hill, Thomasville, Ga.; daughters, ii of Sebf!ng, and Jeanie and Onalia of_Tampa; sister, Mrs. Lois g Lumpkin of Tampa, along with another sister brothers and fll other relatives : The funeral is at 1 P.M. Saturday June 22 in Lake Placid at Shiloh Baptist Church. SPEAKS AT HOME CHURCH Evangelist Wilma L. Hill, a fonrier Tampan now living in California, had the pleasure of speaking at Pleasant Chapel A.M.E. Church, where she formerly was a member, while home for a visit. Among family members present was her mother, Mrs. Annie Collins, who lives across from the .church at 2626 Chipco. GREATER MT. CARMEL A.M.E. CHURCH PIACIIAPTIST CHURCH 160724th Avenue CHESTER WHITE, JR., J.D 11 A.M. Speaker HERBERT BASSETT Pres., Lay OrPnlzation 4209 N. 34th Street Senior Missionary And Young People Department "A Song Of Praises ExtraV!lganz.a Sunday, June 23, At 4 P.M. '{ Singing Praises To God ... Pastor Other Participant: Alma MorriS, Arthur Brown, Fred Gardner, In The Highest Sunday School, 9:30A.M. "C Joyce Felton, Jada Sbeppard, Cora B. Larkins, Lori E. Bassett, Sandra Will Be Many Choirs Mornina Worship, it A.M. > ----------Felton, Doris Wilson, Georae FJUs, Chester White, Sr., Waymon Jordan, From The Bay Area. Choir No. 3 And And B. S. 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. 1 .. WI1H Tampa Athletes Of Y esteryea,r BY C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill (A Weekly Series) .]/, RANlDY George Peoples ,-;There's No Substitute For Hard Work RANDOLPH Drafts By The Script Last Tuesday, the NBA held annual college basketball Usually the draft is spic by some surprise picks, but this year. It was as if the was draftng by a script. To no one's surprise <1ec1r2tetown's All-American center, Patrick Ewing the first player drafted he went to the New York Knicks. As expected Wayman (Indiana Pacers) and Benoit Benjamin (L. A. Clip were the second and players to go in the draft. The amazing thing about this draft is that every player projected as a first round pick, was, and basically went to the team he was projected to go to. It was obvious the teams were looking for big men. .1:1 Seven centers and 11 power :i forwards went in the first round. .i In a blow to the basketball programs in Florida, no player I was drafted in the first rounds. "C ;"CC .c:: < Tampa's Charlie Bradley was taken in the Jrd round by the Sacramento Kings to join their guard corp. The University of Florida's Eugene McDowell was taken by the Milwaukee Bucks also in the 3rd round. Only Patrick Ewing, Tisdale, and Sam Vincent are expected to be impact players. "= Most of the players drafted in J the first round will become starters, but it will be a while ::g before their real value to the =team will begin to show. 1 c:: The Sleeping Giant Last basketball season, high =; schoolers Toney Mack and 1:Q Gerald White casted very long ...:.. shadows. So long were their ; shadows that a diamond was -; almost overlooked. That jewel was Robinson High School ai star Anthony Butler. For those who dido 't get to see Anthony play, they missed a treat. Butler stood slightly over 6'2 and represented the tallest player on the Robinson squad. Because of that, Butler spent a lot of his time around the bucket bumping shoulders with centers and forwards who were taller and weighed more than he did. The size dift ...... n, ... did not matter because Butler was more thl capable of holding his own. He was the third leading scorer in the Western Con ference behind Mack and White with a 22 point per game Those points came from all over the floor and in every fashion im aginable. Butler a long-armed, thin youngster breemed with con fidence all season long. From the outside, he had a high arched jump shot that was smooth, and picture j>erfect. He is very quick and graceful and penetrates well. Butler will be attending Hillsborough Community College in the fall. H-CC should be extremely pleased with what may be the steal of the decade; Without a doubt, Anthony Butler is a class ball player that should be playing at a Division I school. The Crash Of The Mets The New York Mets opened the 1985 baseball season as if' they were going to win the Na tional League championship and be contenders in the World Series. Then suddenly, the team's slugger Darryl Strawberry went down with an injury. Still the Mets hung tough. Then Coach Bobby Valen tine was hired away. Since his departure, the Mets have struggled. On two occasions thehave gone on seven game losing streaks. The only difference in the Mets is that Valentine is gone. Players like Dwight Gooden and battery mate Gary Carter have tried to carry the Mets with only moderate success. Hopefully Strawberry's return will lend additional leadership. The Mets have all the material needed to be the champions of all of baseball. The problem is must come forward and take Valentine's leadership rare and make the Mets once : again believe that they are winners. So far, nobody has done that and .the Mets are struggling for victories that should come "I remember times when my college coach (Pat Dye) used to make us practice so hard, losing three to four pounds daily was nothing," says George Peoples former runningback for the .Auburn Tigers. "But as the practices went on, our bodies started to adjust to the practices, it benefitted more than it hurt us. The thing I learned from Auburn's pro. gram and Coach Pat Dye is "There's no substitute for hard work." George Peoples paused far a moment and started .talking about how a man should exert himself to working hard. He believes that life is based around hard work and play, and if you didn't work hard for something, you will never appreciate it. Lookin! at who stands six foot, of muscle and I?ench presses four hundred pounds every other day, his entire life seems to have been spent exercising and pumping steel. However, his entire life has been spent carrying the football for a PALYouth Sports Program team to the King High Lions, Auburn Tigers, and currently Tampa Bay Buccaneers. George's career started. becoming noticeable iothe public his sophomore year t Tampa Bay Tech in 1975, when he rushed for 800 yards and received honorable men. tion. George later transferred from Tech to King High where success with the Lions came swiftly. In George's junior year, the King Lions' were the only team in the county to have two runningbaeks to rush over 1,000 yards. "Ronnie Stewart and I made the football games exciting. He used to run for 15 : yards on one play and I used to-come back to run for 15 yards," recalls George. That year, the Lions posted a 6-4 record and lost a heart breaking game to Plant in the District championship. In 1978, George's senior year, he. broke King's single season rushing record (held by Ronnie Stewart) by gaining over I ,300 yards. George received many honors for being the mo. st wanted runningback in the FOR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SER. 'ICES RENDERED COURTEOUSLY, EFFICIENTLY AND CONFIDENTIALLY, CONTACT: \ \ z "'-l' "'-l f-<. ;.;;l 0 ""' FRED 1.. BUCKINE-A TTORNfYAr LA. W PERSONAL INJURY & WRONGFUL DEATH RESULTING, FROM ACCIDENTS OR ALL TYPES. AUTO MOTORCYCLE BOAT SLIP & FALLDeFECTIVE PRODUCTS 711 N. FLORIDA AVE. SUITE 225 TAMPA, FL 33602 j (813) 223-2044 ...................... ...................... GEORGE PEOPLES. state of Florida. His honors included: first team Western Conference; All-County; All South; All-State, and being named nationally as one of high school's All-American. also in the Senior high school All-Star game held in G1li.nesville, in which he was voted the 'Most Valuable Player' for rushing 100 yards on 10 carries. The majority of the major in America wanted to recruit George. From Alabama (Bear Bryant) to the Michigan Wolverines. George decided to accept Auburn's football scholarship, because his parents used to live in Alabama and they were familiar with the area While attending Auburn for four years, George had the pleasure to play with a few of the NFL's top runningbacks. "It was really amazing during those years Playing with guys like William Andrews, James (Continued on Page 17-A) THE GREAT REV. MAKO SPIRITUAL READER, HEALER, AND ADVISOR Tt!lls past, present and future. He knows all, tells all. U you are sick and in bad health Know your enemies! Is your loved one drifting away? Do you need money? If you have a Curse or Bad Spell he can help you break the bad luck. One visit can or maybe solve all your problems. His specially is getting the sick well and reuniting the loved ones Lucky Days and Num bers are given IF YOU NEED HELP DON'T HESITATE COME LATER _MAY BF; TO O LATF; 1 (;QME BY HIS OFFICE OR CALL 234-2241, 219 W. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. 4 BLOCKS WEST OF 1-75, TAMPA. BUS RIDE FROM ANY.WHERE. 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======The NBA. Draft, Trades====== Bullets In One Add Roundfield Bradley's Future Is In Sacram-ento Of Two Trades :z Until Tuesday, Charlie chosen few. t'!l Bradley Was unsure whether The Kings are the league's WASHINGTON Washington made two major trade s before Tuesday's draft. the National Basketball most anonymous team devoid .... Association map listed of untouchable players. Check Sacramento, Calif. out this typical lineup from Cll The Bullets dealt away Rick Mahorn in one trade and Greg Ballard in another and picked up Dan Roundfield from Detroit. The Bullets then picked up Wake Forest's Kenny Green with their first-round choice, the 12th overall. Green is a player club officials say will provide a much-needed scor ing punch off the bench. Bullets GM Ferry said Tues day that the team dealt burly power forward Mahorn, along with the negotiating rights to forward Mike Gibson to the Detroit Pistons. In return, the Bullets got R?undfield, a veteran power DAN ROUNDFIELD forward, who spent one season with the Pistons after being acquired from Atlanta. The 6-foot-10, 260 pound Mahorn, one of Washington's "Beef Brothers", forged a reputation as one of the most physical players in the league. In addition, the Bullets sent Ballard, their last remaining player from their 1978 NBA Curtis Woodard -Remodeling-; j Lie. Bonded Specializing In: Interior & Exterior Carpentry Free Estimates Easy Bank Financing. 2104 N. 34th St. 248-3424 BATTLE OF THE GIANTS! "Master Of The Heart Punch" BIG OX BAKER & The Unmasked Super Destroyer SCOTT "HOG" IRVIN -vs-The Canadian Freight Train JOS le DUC & Green Boy Packer VERN HENDERSON Now he knows last year: center LaSalle The Sacramento ... uh, let's Thompson, forwards Eddie see ... wait a sec .. yes, here it is, Johnson and Otis Thorpe the Sacramento Kings selected guards 'Larry Drew and Reggie Bradley in the third round of Theus. Tuesday's NBA draft The door is open for At first glance, it was a day Bradley, projected as a doused with disappointment "shooting" guard. for Bradley, the basketball "I would rather go to play flagbearer at the University of 3,000 miles away than to South Florida. CHARLIE BRADLEY team that has a lot of talent, He had anticipated going in he said. Round Two, maybe even One. home this past season. Unless it was the New York Two local TV stations aimed Then, when Bradley climbKnicks. cameras at Bradley in his ed into his '82 Buick Regal to Bradley felt certain that he home during the draft's cable drive to a press conference, the would be taJ = Q. .. I = Q =-o = fll


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.............................................. Funeral services for Mr. Willie Damon Hall of 1534 N. Nebraska Ave., who passed away, Tuesday, June 18, will be held, Saturday, June 22, at 1 P.M., at the Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. F .A. Rodriguez, officiating. lnteri ment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Mr. Hall was a native of Sneads, Florida and a resident of Tampa for the past 55 years. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army. Survivors are: a I devoted friend, Mrs. Beatrice Reddick; adopted sister, Mrs. Essie Curtis and husband, Thomas; aunts, Mrs. Georgia Scott and Mrs. Retha Barnes c "CC = < ..,j and husband, Joseph; other relatives, among whoin are, E-t the Seal Family and the "CC -= I'll .c = == -= = I = = Russell Family, all of Tampa and a host of cousins and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. The funeral cortege will arrange from 1534 N. Nebraska Ave. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME." / OAK HILL CLARENCE WALKER Funeral services for Mr. Clarence Walker, of 2907-23rd Ave., who passed away Tues day, June 18, at So Casa Nurs ing Home, will be held Satur day, June 22, at 3:30 P M. at Oak Hills Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Saul N. Nickerson, officiating. Inter ment Will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Walker was a resident of Tampa for many years. Survivors are: a very devoted friend, Mrs. Susie Sims; a niece, Thelma Gordon, Long Island, New York; godson, Stever Chillon of. Long Island, New York; a host of other friends of So Casa Nursing Home, and 29th Street area. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7-8 P.M.' on Friday. The funeral cortege will arrange from 5604-85th Street. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME. SHADY GROVE MR. LESTER NELSON Funeral services for Mr. Lester Nelson, of 4002 E. Idlewild, who passed away, Tuesday, June 11, will be held Saturday, June 22, at 12 P.M. at Emmanuel M.B. Church with the Rev. Ovod Dexter, officiating. Interment will be at the Shady Grove Cemetery He leaves to mourn his pass ing: 5 daughters, Mrs. Diane Jenkins and husband, Randy, Miss Shirley Ann Nelson, Miss Sheila V. Nelson, Miss Shirley Jean Nelson, and Miss Ruthie Mae Nelson, SyracuSt:, NY; 3 sons, Mr. Lester Nelson, Jr., Clearwater, FL, Mr. Leonard Nelson, Syracuse, NY and Mr. Bejay Nelson; mother, Mrs. Ruth Nelson, Colquitte, GA; 2 sisters, Mrs. Ruth Glover and husband, John; Bartow and Miss Miss Bettye Jean Nelson, Haines City; 4 brothers, Mr. O'Neal Nelson, Bartow, Mr. Leroy Nelson, Haines City, Mr. S.P. Nelson and wife, Shirley Nelson, Albany, NY, Mr. Walter Nelson Colquitte GA; 3 aunts, Mrs. Mordele Nelson, Mrs. Cleotha Reliford and Mrs. Willie Mae Sanders, Colquitte, GA; 10 grand children, Miss Lamera Jenkins, Palatka, FL, Lakeisha Jenkins and Chip Jenkins, Sylvester Nelson, Christopher Nelson, Devon Williams, Shakim Williams, Lavar Baker, Bishme Nelson and Raheem Nelson, all of Syracuse, NY; mother-in-law, Ms. Ozzie Oliver; in-laws, Gertrude Williams and Waymon Williams, Barbara Glover, of Daytona, FL, Ag gie Mae Scott, Rosa Mae Watkins and husband, Jack, Will Oliver, Ruby Lee Oliver, Debra A. Oliver and Delories Oliver Josiah and husband, Robert, of North Carolina and a host of nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Shady Grove Funeral Chapel after 5 P.M. this even ing. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 P.M. to 8 P.M. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL WILSON'S MISSIONARY MATTIE FRANCES BALDWIN Funeral services for Mis sionary Mattie Frances Baldwin, P.O. Box 15, Thonotosassa, who passed in a Brandon Hospital, will be held Saturday at 3 P.M. from the First Born Church of The Liv ing God, (29th St. and 32nd Ave.), flder J.P. Hill, pastor. in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: her husband, Rev. C.W. Baldwin; sister, Mrs. Martha Johnson; 6 children, Betty, Charlotte, Elizabeth, Ted, Charlie and Joseph ; 6 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren and other relatives. She was a native of Valdosta; Ga. Missionary Baldwin will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. The family will receive friends from 6-7 P M. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." MRS. FLORINE ELIZABETH DARBY Funeral services for Mrs. Florine Elizabeth 4909-81st St, who passed m a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 1 P.M. from the First Baptist Church, Progress Village, with the Rev. Roosevelt Robinson, of ficiating. Interment in the Shady Grove Cemete..Y. Sur vivors are: her husband, Mr. Charlie Darby; sons, Mr. Jerome Darby and Mr. Burnett Darby; daughter, Mrs. Patricia Washington and husband, George; sisters, Mrs. Vandeline Smith and husband, Leroy Mrs. Dorothy Roberts and Mrs. Ida Baldwin and husband, Donald; brothers, Mr. Bernard Russell and Mr. Douglas Williams, New York, N.Y.; 6 grandchildren, Khalilah and Leonard Washington, Andrea An tonie, Daryl and Charles Dar by; a number of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. She was a native of Key West, FL. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday and at the church after 11 A.M. Saturday. The fanlily will receive friends from 7-8 P.M. Friday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." -MR. BEN EDWARDS Funeral services for Mr. Ben Edwards, 2610-22nd St., who passed in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 1 P.M. from the St. James P. Baptist Church, with the Rev. J .L. Rivers, officiating. Interment in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: 3 sisters, Mrs. Hattie Antley, Mrs. Lillie Bryant and Mrs. Daisy Proctor. ; his other relatives include: Mrs. Emma Adams, a number of nieces, nephews and other relatives. A native of Norman Park, Ga., he was a retired employee of Cone Bros. Construction Co Mr. Edwards was a deacon of his church. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." MRS. MAE HEARD Funeral services for Mrs Mae Heard, 1702 E. 26th St., who passed at her residence, will be held Saturday at 1:30 P.M. from the Greater New Salem P. Baptist Church with the Elder R.H. Howard, of ficiating. Interment in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: sisters, Mrs. Mamie L. Toston, Jackson ville and Mrs. Ola Lamar Monticello, FL; negj)ews: Rev. Charles E. Toston, Jacksonville and Mr. Arthur Toston; nieces, Ms. Mildred Sherman and Ms. Willie Lee Bivens and other relatives. A native of Monticello, Mrs. Heard was a member of the Mother Board of her church. THE REMAINS WILL NOT BE VIEWED. The cortege will form at the funeral home. "A WILSON S SERVICE JOSHUA LEEKS, JR. Funeral services for Mr. Joshua Leeks, Jr., 2421th Ave., who passed in a local hospital, will be rday at 11 A M. from the New Mt. Zion M. Baptist Church with the Rev. Lester J. Carter, of ficiating. Interment in the Shady Grove As a dedicated father, grandfather, brother and uncle, he leaves to take inspiration in a life of service: a devoted and dedicated daughter, Ms. Cassandra Leeks ; granddaughter, Angel Douse; : sisters, Mrs. Roberta Pollock, Zellwood, FL and Mrs. 1Ludelih Pollock, Bascom, FL; brothers, Rev. Raymond Leeks and Mr. Willie Leeks, both of Leesburg, FL; sisters-in-law, Mrs. Rosia Leeks, Bascom, FL, Mrs. Rudye and Mrs Beatrice Leeks, Leesburg, Mrs. Ada Leeks, Red Bank, N.J.; devoted nieces, Mrs. Nelson and husband, Walter, Ms. Marie Russ, and Mrs. Veimie Smith and hus band, Rudolph, St. Petersburg; brother-in-law, Mr. William Everett and wife, Rubye, Tallahassee; a very devoted friend, Mrs. Mildred McBride; his many other devoted friends and neighbors are: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wooden, Sr., Mr. Frank Wooden ; Jr., Deacon R. Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl James, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Long, Mr. Bennie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDonald; a number of other nieces, nephews, cousins. Mr. Leek was a deacon in his church, a native of Bascom, FL, had resided here since 1942 and a retired employee of The Florida Steel Corp. The remain s will repose at the Wilson 's } uneral Home aft e r 5 P.M. Friday. The famil y will receive friends from 8-9 P.M. "A WILSON'S SERVICE. (Continued On Page 19-A) AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. 232-8725 We're the Key To Fine Service Ave.-Crest Building Tampa, Florida 33609 BRONZE-GRANITE-MARBLE BRONZE NO CHARGE COMPANION (Bronze) BRONZE 36x 13 LETIERING SINGLE $950 DATES 24x 12 WORD $650 PHRASE GRANITE EMBLEMS .FREE MEMORIALS FREE BROCHURE FROM INSTALLATION ON $395 IN ALL CEMETERIES REQUEST Tiiins 873-2156 Call Today


.......................... .......................................................... -IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS IN APPRECIATION S IN MEMORIAM DOL LI ETTE L. PROUGE The family of the late Ella Mae Badger is sincerely grateful to the friends and neighbors who gave their sup port, time, food and most of all for all the prayers and love. Thanks for the cards, flowers, donations and all acts of kind ness during the illness and passing of my daughter and our niece. Special thanks to Mt. Plea sant and Friendship Church families. We are deeply grateful to ;l;o< that expressed their u c. expressions of sympathy thru prayers, flowers, food, cards, calls, visits and errands at the demise of our loved Qne, Mr. .... Vergil Van (Verge) Lloyd Sr. :;; Deeply missed by the entire family. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET In memory of Mr. Syl van Charles, who departed thi s life June 10, 1982. In the s weet b y and by, we shall meet again. In lo v in g memory of m y beloved hu s band Mr. Dave Pemberton, who departed this life, June 19 1982. Sleep on, we love you, but God loves you best. Perhaps you sent a lovely The Badgers Mathis, card, or sat quietly In a chair. McGill and Harris families. As Impressive As Requ i red As Ine x pens iv e As Des ired PHONES: 247 -3151 or 247 3152 Perhaps you sent a funeral ..................... -.... _,_,_.,..,.--------_,_,_., ..... ... ---- spray, if so we saw it there. Phon e Your News 248-1921 Sadly missed by wife, Brownie Charles and children. Sadly missed by wife, children and friends. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could '- IN MEMORIAM ROBERT A REDDING June 22, 1980 As time has gone by, we've learned to cope with the pain we've endured when you left us. We have suffered and beared the pain Only God helped us with the things you taught us, will always be with us. The love you showed u s will never be forgotten. Missing you always: Pat, Johnny, Mariet and Lorenzo and grandchildren and god-CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mrs. Eddie Mae Mallard, who pass ed away on May 30, 1985, would like to thank all for their acts of kindness during our bereavement. Thanks for the food, flowers, and cards. Many thanks to Aikens Funeral Home, Eastern Star Lodge #20; and the various churches. God bless you and continue to pray .for us. The family : daughter Coritha Caldwell FUNERALS BY: I N D d BRYANT & WILLIAMS S Ot ecease Ray Williams Funeral Home In an article on Steven Nunn 1417 N. Albany Ave. published in the June 14 edi-253-3419 tion of the Sentinel, the article "When Understanding inadvertently stated that Is Needed Most" Steven is the grandson of the 'late' Mrs. Coritha Caldwell. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone:2.a-6125 The family wishes the community to know that. Mrs. Caldwell is not deceased. She is doing fine. The Sentinel apologizes to Steven and his family. Shady.Grove Funeral Hom e Located At 2305 N. Nebraska Ave. Near Columbus Drive HENRY AIKEN$ LICENSED. FUNERAL DIRECTOR say; Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought us that day, whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much whatever the part. Special thanks to Rev. Roosevelt Robinson, officers, members and friends of First Baptist, Progress Village; Ray Williams Funeral Directors and Staff. May God bless you all. Ms. Ada' ward, mothe( and other family members. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mr. Norman Williams would like to express our deepest thanks to each of you for all acts of kindness shown. Perhaps you prayed, called, sent flowers, a letter, or food or gave en couraging words or even thought of us. In some way, you were with us. A special thanks to Aikens Funeral Home, Rev. E. Mann ings and wife, Elder Joseph Jefferson. May God bestow his richest blessing upon each of you. .. Owner IS ONE OF TAMPA'S FINEST LUXURIOUS FUNERAL HOMES, "WHERE SERVICE IS A TRADITION." SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME OFFERS THE FINEST IN LIMOUSINE SERVICE, BEAUTY AND ELEGANCE. I'M ASKING THE_ FAMILIES OF TAMPA TO TRUST ME AND GIVE ME A CHANCE TO SERVE YOUR FAMILY, IN THEIR TIME OF NEED. FOR YOUR PRE-NEED FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS, GIVE CHARLES RELJFORD A CALL AT SHADY GROVE, '626-2332. REMEMBER, THE COST OF DYING ISN'T TOO HIGH YOU'VE JUST BEEN PAYING TOO MUCH! Psychic-Spiritualist Madame Ann Solves all life's problem s of Love Mone y Health, Bad Luck. Removes Evil Spells and Curs e s Gives you Lucky Numbers and Days. An s wers all your questions Madame Ann can and will help you!! Results Where Others Have Failed. 6025% N. DC!IIe Mabry I N. of Hillsborough 875-4697 Bus S top "io .40 Al.l. PHASE INSURANCE [Alvin Pimento & A ssoc Inc.] J 938 E. Hillsboro Ave. (Across From Great American Seminole Bonk) 238-2299 "We Specialize In All Insurance" PIP As Low As $30 Per Yea. r Disability Income Plan (IRA) At 15.5% *Auto *Home l.ife *Business *Notary Service PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Tampa is accepting ap plications from licensed or. accredited proprietary institutions to train eligible individuals under the Job Training Par tnership Act in approved Occupational programs. Training Centers interested in ob taining more information should contact the Private Industry Council Office at 404 E. Jackson St., Tampa, Fla., {813) 2238256. Tho111as C. Hill Construction And Real Estate We Have Many Different Floor Plans To Choose From, With Interest Rates Starting As Low As 9 .SOOJo. We Havt; An Ample Supply Of Si_ ngle Family Homesites In Excellent Areas. For More Info Call: 621-2021 f = = I'D I = = ;" :r "t1 = r:::J' rll =I'D Q. -3 = > = .. I = e =-e = riJ


............................................ .......... .n ........................ J .. ... oc Cl\ CLASSIFIED 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT 1-_;,H;,;E;;;L;;P_W.;.; .;.;A;,;,N.;.;T;.;;E;;D;._._I-..;;H;.;;;,E;;;;;;L;.P_W_A_N_T_E_D __ .. ;:J Experienced laundry presser Need experienced body Need experienced up holstery Experienced Auto Mechanic VETERANS with experience in blue jeans man. Call 237-2484. with Tools. 247-7043, ask for VA. No Money Down. No and laundry shirts. Apply: 1----C-U_S_T_O_M_E_R_S_E_R_V_I_C_E_--t inan. Call 237. 2484 Lou. Closing Cost. Fast OccupanQ 3209 E. Hillsborough Avenue. REPRESENTATIVES cy. Free Information. Call C2 Lounge needs Kitchen Par tt i me janitor i a I, Walt Brewer Realty, 933.:.6621. Houseparent We have immediate openhelp. Cook. Applications ac$5.00/hour. Immediate openIS Live-In ings in our Tampa area for 24 0037 ings for males. 253-2539 after FHA H'ome. Low down cepted now. Call 2 Reliable. Assume duties. Customer Service Represen-12 noon. payment. Small monthly payMiddle age person only!! Mortative trainees. Prefer Teller ment. Quick occupancy. Can 0 Live-in cook needed for nings, 251-462 ; eves., experaence ror related WANTEDII for free b k d A Boarding Home. Non:..REWER 247-3581. ac groun ccurate typing Nee d not have foil owing WALT u d w f 1 drinkers only. 247-6756. Y requue arm, nend Y perContact Hair Dazzlers Beauty REALT AVON Wants you to sell where you work or in your neighborhood. Call Now! Pat, 238-8128. cleaning per sonnel wanted part-time and full-time. Call between 3-5 P .M. 239-1452. 20 Factory Jobs Also Clerk, Janitors, Housekeepers Food Service. Apply 237-1851. immediately: sonality and ability to work Claims Clerk Salon. 237_ 8923 933-6621 well with people a must ExImmediate opening for incellent benefits and salary. FOR SALE PROGRESS VILLAGE dividual with insurance exBEAUTIFULLy perience. Must type 45 WPM HOUSE FOR SALE REMODELED UNITED FIRST FEDERAL 1 3 accurately. Call Jackie Jones, Large corner ot, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, stucco Savings & Loan Aun. 0 M/F /2 b h I d 879-0720. E E bedrooms at s. n groun cement block, new roof. SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. ...._----------t h pool, and muc more. VA-SO down, FHA $1500 Call For Appt. Showcase your talent and Ri D 238-4333 872-9221 vergrove nve. down, $395/month. $37,400. earn $$$$. Amateur EnterEqual Opportunity tainers of all types needed for TARPON SPRINGS 876-0780. Employer club performance. Get your House for sale, large 4 .. -----------...... t tog ther and call B J bedroom/3 bath executive ac e ., Price d Right. Convenient in PLANT MAINTENANCE 238-621 7 house. Excellent location. good lieighborhoods. $1,000 COORDINATOR Possible lease with option to CRUISE SHIP JOBS b T 238 3244 down, owner finance or will City of St. Petersburg, uy; ampa ; -; Tar.. 'ld t t C 11 H Florida Great income potential. All pon Springs, 934-8292. uul o sm a erman LOTS FOR SALE .: FEPAR OCcupations. For information J,..:. Bradley, 248-6111, ofc.; evenSalary $20,426 -$26,166 248-6256 call: (312) 742-8620, ext. 339. GREAT LOCATION mgs, Responsib'le for 3 BR's, Cent. H/ A, inside TOM P. MARTINO maintenance trouble-shooting Female & Male Dancers laundry room fncd. yd. A Inc Realtor and sCheduling repair of water wanted to star in male revue. great buy at $39,200. Call for 2018 l. 7th Ave. DIRECTOR = To run useful in.i stitution recreation program. 1.;1 A Bachelors degree w /major and wastewater treatment Call the New Lounge d t a 237 1625 e 81 s. Clair Mel Area plant equipment. Must be a -0037. SUN BELT REALTY graduate of a standard bigh Assoc. Inc., Realtor 3 BR/2 bath, block home1 in recreation or physical education and 2 yrs. profes sional exp. in conducting institutional recreatim;tal activi ty. Minimum salary $15,821 annually depending upon school or vocational school ......... no financing needed,' $8,000. supplemented by college Wanted! AnENTION:INVESTORS To assume with possible course work or training in an Mature and loving person to 3 BR/1 B, 2 story home with owner financing, corner lot, d' 1 A baby sit my 3 month old son. extra lot, fireplace, large-front fenced. No credit check. engineermdg ISCip me. mechanical, electrical, or civil Flexible hours Monday-porch, 2 car garage. Great ren. Brandon-Valrico engineering degree preferred. friday. Call anytime, {al potential. Seller will Area Applicimts should have con-1-96_3_-3_3_2_0_. --------t finance with $10,000 dowa. 3 BR/2 Bath block home, perience. Submit a completed State of Florida application and resume to: Personnel Dept., Hillsborough Correctional Institution, P .0. Box 878, Riversiderable experience in Merchcind ise HC(Indler Call Sue, day, 237 1625 : eves. no financing needed. A/G I d 221-2582. pool, large lot, fenced, newly trical, e ectron1c an I d' t I mme 1a e opemng m our SUN BELT REALTY landscaped and remodeled. mechanica systems warehouse for merchaiiQise. ASSOCIATE INC t maintenance and operations. No credit check Submit a resume to the Starti"g rate $7 .00/per hour; REALTOR Clair Mel Area. Employment Division, p .0. top pay $8.00/per hour after 1 3 BR/2 bath block home. Box 2842, St. Petersburg, yr. Excellent benefits. Apply DO YOU EARN No financing needed $5,000 view, FL 33569. -5 EOE/AA :c :s == i :s = ] < : Florida 33731, or apply at the in person to: Ace Hardware $ .300 down-owner financing possiMANAGER, PROPERTY bl 70 100 I t f d ACQUISITION Employment Office, 175 5th Corp., 1220 U. S. Hgwy. 301 e, x o ence no S treet North, Room 107. N Tampa 33619 EOE Per Week?. credit check. City of St. Petersburg ., Closing date for receiving Then For Want To Build Your $25,000 $35,600 resumes is June 25, 1985 Own Home Or Duplex? This is responsible adE qual Opportunity Therapist $27 5 R-2 corner lot, 80x225 ministrative and public conEmployer. To work professionally with $23,000. May divide, high and tact work involving the ac1--------------1 youthful offenders Bachelor's Per Month Payment dry. quisition of real property for MANAGER, UTILITIES degree with a major in one of You Con North Fla. Ave. use by the City. ResponFIELD SERVICES the Behavorial Sciences or B u y Business opportunity sibilities include the identifies-City of St. Petenburg vocational education. Salary auto oriented area, metal tion of real property acquisi-Salary $22,000-$32,400 $575-$626 bi-weekly depenA b d building approx. 2,400 sq. ft., new 2 e room tion needs and the coordinaDirects twenty employees ding upon experience. lot, sale or lease, townhouse with heat pump. tion of acquisition activities engaged in maintenance and Mail completed State of $62,500. range & refrigerator; or involving the dedication of testing of water meters and Florida Application and/or $325 for 0 new 3 bedroom/2 Wanno go house shopping? real property from the public; backflow prevention devices, resume to: Personnel Office, One Call is all it takes for me both home; or $350 for a for the use in street widening, cross-connection control inHillsborough Correctional Into pick you up. I show homes new 4 bedroom/2 both park system enhancement, or spections and enforcement, stitution, P. 0. Box 878, in all areas.! 1 home. Down payment 3%. other public uses. Position resanitizing and flushing the Fa., 33569, before -Call: Mel Bermudez quires graduation from an acwater system, and marketing 6 /28/ 85. AA/EOE TIMELESS Realtor Assoc., Eves. credited four year college or of reclaimed wastewater efti==;::;:;:;;:=======l1 PROPERTIES 884-4357: 24 hours. university with major course fluent for irrigation. ACCOUNTANT 11 885-0102. work in Business AdministraPrepares work schedules, $19,573 yr. Degree with 689-2131 Jack Sensate tion or related field, with concost estimates, and evaluates major course work in acctg. siderable experience in the apcost-effectiveness of results. plus 2 yr. prof. acctg. exp. li praisal and acquisition of real Responsible for planning and Some substitution allowed. property and the use of emidevelopment of operating and Apply by 3:00 p.m., Fri., nent domain proceedings for capital budgets. June 28. the acquisition of real properPrefer five years managety for the use by public agenment experience and must CASHIER CLERK 11 cies. Must also be registered as have extensive knowledge in $10,338 yr. HS plus 1 yr. a salesman, broker, or cross-connection control and exp in cashering work. Ap-broker/salesman with the in testing and maintaining ply now. Florida Real Estate Commiswater in business, public adsion, under Florida Statute ministration, environmental Hillsborough 475. engineering or related field is County Civil Low Interest Mor-gages 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 Interested persons should highly desirable. Service j: submit resumes to the Submit resume to the Equal Opportunity z Employment Office, P.O. Box Employment Office, P.O. Box Employer OfC. 253-2829 Real Estate Assoc. ; 2842, St. Petersburg, Florida 2842 ; St. Petersburg, Florida 925 Twigg 3 s 360 T 2 ampa, Fl. \ r-33731. 33731. Closing date for receiving Closing date for receiving Equal Opportunity EVeS. 961-9137 {.!) resumes is June 28, 1985. resumes is July 5, 1985. Equal Employer ROSSITER OF FLA. REALTY ....... L;;;;;;;;;-..-.-...... __ i i l l __ l l .. 11'


........................................ .......................................... CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT... FHA 2-35 SHINE -BRITE NEED HOME REPAIRED? 2 bedrooms, $250/month. 1 JACKSON HGTS. Z G 0 V E R N M E N T Professional hair weaving Floors, Windows, Painting bedroom, $220/month. 105 AREA ASSISTANCE and nail des igns. Personal serand Carpentry. Call me last w Francis. 883-4373. 2 hedrooms, a / c,. all electric .!"" PROGRAM vice Call Sunshine, 935-7315. and save. Louis Benjamin, appilances, spaciOus; apNew homes with starting 239-1486 1 room apartment for rent, plicants screened, security prices as low as $38,500. $$ I BUY HOMES $$ lady preferred. 319 7th guard living on premises; Down payment as low as Any Area, Any Condition, We buy Home s Any CondiAvenue. $280/month. 231-4745. $1,200, monthly payments apFast Service. tion. An}' Area f Tom P. Martino FOR RENT' prox. $266. For more in orma963-0565 (days); 963-1956 Inc., Realtor Apt. for rent, 2 bedrooms, Small apartment by week or .tion call: (nights). 201 8 E. 7th Ave. gas appliances Must sign month 932-2856. HERB FISHER 248_6111 lease. 247-4300 REALTY We Buy Land. Any Area. Efficiency & 1 BR apt., 879-1933 Call Herman, 248-6111 or MORTGAGE LOANS ROOMS FOR RENT .. $125/deposit, a!V low as No Credit Checks. Tony :r eves. 248-6256 Muniz, Jr., Licensed Mor2nd Avenue, Ybor City' $50/week including water' Jam P. Martino toaoe Broker_ 6304 N. neat and clean, reasonable, garbage & sewage. 223-4600, Inc. Realtor .. 011 refrigerato-r and cooking ask for Dan. WE NEED YOUR 20 18 E. 7th Ave. ._ Neb_r_a_sk_a_A_v_en_u_e_, 2 _37_-_5 __ --t :fa tili ties. 2 3 8-3 2 44 or .,_:;::;;;..,;,.;;.;;..;;;. _____ HELP! 248-6111 r 2 apartments for rent. 1051/2 LOSE WEIGHT 1-9-88--25_8_7_ --------1 .and 107 S. 22nd. Street The Hillsborough County. Live-In Dic k Gregory's amazing Deposit $160, R _ent $250/per Car. e Licensing Office is Need e d s1 s r B h n 01'et Apt. For Rent 1ma c a amla month. 247-2893, from 8:00 responsible for licensing day To share home with elderly You can get it here in Tampa. 1 bedroom/1 bath, $100 4 00 care centers and family day man. Will pay small salary; Call HEALTHLINE, deposit, $45 week. 2306-lJth 1--a_.m_._to __ = __ P._m_. __ care homes. elderly male .or female. Call 228. 7732 St. Drive by then call 2 BR duplex apt. for' rent Effective October 1, 1984 238-3575,6 A.M.-9 P.M. '-----.-------"'1 932-3077. $275 / mo., $200 de)losit. Pa} PUBLIC SERVICE our governing ordinance, 1-------..... -----, PRIVATE INVESTORS L------------1 own utilities 2532 W. Wahtut. Hillsborough County Or-MONeY TO LEND Will consider any situation. Nice clean private rooms for Da_ys, 248-3791; after 6:30 dinance 85-5, in Part 4, SecMortg_age Loans up to Homeowners only. 963-0565 nice clean working people. 985-8480. SG tion 19.i. states that "No per$ 15,000. 'io Credit Checks. (days); 963-1956 (nights). Private, reasonable, furnished son, partnership, association Tom P Martino, Inc., J-------------t and all utilities included SECTION 8 f or corporation required to be Realtor SYLVIA WIGS & 254-3975. ONLY .... licensed under this ordinance 2018 E. 7th Ave. BEAUTY SAI.ON 1 bedroom home, 78201/2 N. shall advertise a child care Ph: 248-6111 2271 E. Hillsborough 1 bedroom unfurnished facility or family day care (Eastgate Plaza) duplex, 315 W. Amelia. Call ROOMS FOR RENT c home without including the 239-3404 ;= I II. b for $44.00 through the U.S. after 5 P.M. 877-5951. COLUMBUS DRIVE/ oca 1censmg num er. Wigs-Complete Hair == We need your cooperation government? Get the facts to. Care FLORIDA AVE. t' th I' day. Call 312-742-1142, ext. N 1 2 BR CB d 1 Furnished, neat, clean and ""= m reques mg e 1cense Nexus Products ew arge up ex c number whenever someone -----...... for rent, 50th & Buffalo area, reasonable. 238-3244 or 5!: places a child care ad and HOME IMPROVEMENTS ARD $300/month plus deposit; 988-2587. fij' making sure thatno ad runs wo. rk. All REW available early July. Call 1-------------d-11 ;" J J Adult furnished rooms an Q. without this number, in accorRepairs, rem odelino, and new 961-0198 after 6 P.M. h h 1 .. $5 $500 apartment, very nice, 1:'!:1 dance wit t e aw. construction. Class A license 3 bedroom house for rent, nient location. 228-9538. If there is any question contractor. 238-3244 or ., For: Your Junk Car -l'"' about whether a person IS 988 8551. deposit. 626-6562. ROOMS FOR RENT licensed, we would be happy Fast Free Pickup 1807 E. Columbus Dr. c to work with you in making R d J' b C t' 626 6124-ROOMS FOR RENT N t I d n bl that determl natl'on We look emo e lng Y ur 15 I ft. Large furnished rooms with ea 'c ean an reaso a e, Woodard. Spe cializing in in--1 refrigerator and coo_king forward .to a close, burglar bar door, near Fonda 4 > terior or exterior carpentr). 'facilities. 238-324 or cooperative relation$hip with b k Avenue. -"-Newly remodeled You. Free e s timates, easy an [UlJ Bathroom and kitchen L,.;,9,.;.8.;;.8..;-2..;.5..;.8_7_. --------11 financing. Licensed and bondr Our joint efforts will help to ed. 2404 N 34th St., 248-3424. le.L. privileges $ 45 / week plu s -HOUSE FOR RENT assure that children are not ll; $15.00 deposit required. Call after 5 p.m. 248-2679. placed in substandard, potenwe buy Homes and Lots __ -l--:---:-;:--::=:==:--"7"1 tially dangerous unlicensed For cash. L-EASE Four (4) apartments 2 homes. ANTHONY & OPTION bedrooms each. Section 8 MISCELLANEOUS ASSOCIATES proved. Call me at 237-6985. REALTOR $5,000 down $1,000 per LOW INT-EREST MORTGAGfS 6304 N. Nebraska month. Town / Country Area. 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. CIS Like all parents, Mrs. Ruby Johnson is a proud mother each time one of her children graduates from high school. However, with her it has got ten to be very common. She has had eight children to graduate from high school, all of them from Leto High School. Two others are left in school and they, too, will be graduating from Leto High. "At Leto, they know me," Mrs. Johnson says, "because every year one of them is graduating. Plus, I'm always at the schools checking on my children to find out if there are any problems. I stay in close contact with their teachers." The mother of 10 -five girls and five boys (no twins) says she always wanted 10 children, and her wish did come true as she gave birth about every 11 months. When asked if it was dif ficult getting those eight out of school, Mrs Johnson, now a single parent, said she had to work two to three jobs sometimes to provide for them ''because I couldn't stand be ing on welfare, waiting on money once a month. I like things and I like to have my own money," she stated. She realized, however, that they would not always be babies and she sacrificed so EVELYN JOHNSON BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor DYRONDA JOHNSON that she could raise them. "I've always taken care of my children. I didn't put them off on others. When I had to work, I delegated respon sibilities to each one and they knew they had to stay in the house." Getting them to go to school was no problem, either, she says. "My children and I have a very good relationship. We went to school together and came up as brothers and sisters. I asked God to give me the guidance that I needed to raise my children "I've always taught them that determination is the key to success and you have to JOHNSON Phone Your News 248-1921 Frank's i Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Servite 627-4034 Residential Commercial Financine: Arranged Burglar Bars Railings J.'irr Escapes Stairways Ornamentals Licensed Insured Bonded EDWARDS Remodeling Service No Job Too Small Painting Carpentry Room Additions Dry WaiiNew Homes RANK E. JOHNSON .. Owner Free Home Security Tips < Roofing EDWARDS Air Conditioner Repairs ... owner f-<. Evangelist Edwards Is Back In Business. ;;.:. Call Me-Credit Terms Available. f-< 1st John 3:17, Hut Whoever Has The Wor l ds Goods and Behold His z Broth er In Nee d And C lo ses Hi s Heart Against Him, How Does The Love ;:: ofle." After high school, Mrs Johnson encourages her children to continue their education. "I let them know that it's not going to be easy, but God didn't promise us that it would be easy. Because of their sports abili ty, the boys have been able to get scholarships, and the girls have excelled in sports and academics and were able to receive scholarships Evelyn, the oldest, 26, is an JEFFERY JOHNSON EKG supervisor at Tamtpa General Hospital; Willie Jeffery (part owner of Garage) attended University on football ships (Willie still holds record at Leto, he works for Innerpak); Dyronda will enter FAMU this fall to pursue a psychology degree after com pleting a year at Morris Brown; Cheylene attended HCC; Tonya works for the Tampa Tribune; Marcus, the 1985 graduate, and a track star, plans to enter a branch of the service; Mark is attending electronics school to become an engineer; LaTwanda is an 11th grader at Leto and Dar ren is in the 9th grade. He's in terested in football. Marvin Knight is also considered as her child because she reared him from ari infant. He has completed electronics school and works for Mirabella. In May, 1983, Mayor Bob Martinez sent Mrs. Johnson a tetter praJsiOg her achievements as a mother of 10. The family attends Mi Pleasant M. B. Church. "It has been a struggle (rais ing them)," she said, "but as they got older and could get jobs themselves things began to get easier." f-< IST&2NDMORTGAGESAVAILABLE A s k For Mr. Edwards Mrs. Ruby Johnson, seated, is surrounded by five of her children: Darren, in front of Mrs. 1J Bus. 237-6900 Or Res. 237-6600, After 6 Johnson; from left to right standing: Tonya, LaTwanda Michelle Marcus and Mark Johnson. ................ .... ...................... ..


.................................................... .. ...... .............. Black Businesses And The State Commissioners n workshop s .Join Together For The Future On Minority Contract Usage BY GWEN HAYES The message came through loud and clear last night at a Minority Business Program and Reception co-sponsored by the University of South Florida, the State University System, and the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce. The three agencies would like to tinue working together through a successful program which allows minority businesses to get their share Of state construction and pur chasing contracts. Last night's affair also serv ed as a mini-workshop for the many small and minority business owners in the Tampa Bay area They were encourag ed to continue seeking con tracts through the state school system and state government, and were briefly shown how to register their company. The State University System (SUS) has had a minority ven dor program in operation for a year, and everybody agreed that the program exceeded its initial goals. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Compll'll' Hurial For $705 Add 'IfNI fur wn in' un Salurla and add fur all wn kts :llltr .l p.m. CHARLES RELIFORD 0,WOl'r BY PAITY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer According to SUS Chancellor Barbara W. Newell, "$7 Y2 million in con tracts (which were basically construction contracts for new buildings on state college and university campuses) went to minority entrepreneurs This was a good start, and I hope to see a marked increase from this excellent Newell also told the large audience which gathered at The Midnight Express, ''This is the beginning of a series (of Minority Business Programs) which will be held around the state. I hope this occasion will .allow minority enterprises to learn about the university system and its expectations, and help the university system become acquainted with the talents and interests qf minority businesses." Atty. Frank P. Scruggs, II, a member of the Florida Board of Regents, stated: "Florida is a pace setter Have You Been Injured In An Automobile Accident Or By A Motor VehiCle And It Wasn 't' Your Fault? Call: KA YDELL 0. WRIGHT Attorney At Law. 254-4623 THE WRIGHT BLDG. 110 N. Armenia Tampa, Fla. 33609 lfree ParldngJ Automoblle Accidents (Free Consultation) Wrongful Death (Free Consultation) Medical Malpractice (Free Consultation) Slip & FallDog Bites (Free Consultation) among the other states." He mentioned that Florida is the first to have a workable minority vendor program with the state school system, and the first to pass a similar pro gram for state government. Atty. Scruggs feels this part nership will improve race rela. tions in the state : "We (black people) are essential to the economic prosperity of this state," he told the group of business owners. "In order for white people to get money, they must get along with black Representative James Hargrett ; Jr., explained the newly passed Small and Minority Business Assistance Act of 1985. Rep Hargrett, along with other political and business leaqers, was in strumental in getting the act passed in the legislature. "The Small and Minority Business Act of 1985 was created to encourage growth of businesses, and remove the burdens to create an atmosphere conducive to development," Rep. 1-J.argrett explained. According to member of the District 63 representative, "It is essential to build a founda tion for minority businesses (because) it is beneficial to the economy for the state as a whole. By passing this in novative law, Florida became the leader in demonstrating it has a significant place for minority businesses." Rep. Hargrett reassured the small and minority business owners that "the Florida Con. I ATTY. KAYO ELL 0. WRIGHT Divorce Probate & Wills DWI Ricky E. wi-lliatns Attorney At Law (51h Yrs State Attorney's Office) Personallniury 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 Hours: Mon Fri. 8 -6 400 E. Buffalo Saturday 9-12 Noon Sentinel Managing Editor The Hillsborough County Board of County Commis sioners decided Wednesday afternoon that it would be bet ter for them to schedule a workshop in order to properly understand the laws that relate to the utilization of minorities and women when county contracts are awarded. Discussion on the use of minorities was brought the surface by Commissioner Rubin Padgett who had received a letter of coinphtint from a minority Certified Public Accounting firm regarding the awarding of the 3-year CPA contract by the county. The contract was awarded to Coopers and Lybrand. Commissioner Padgett asked from some direction for EEO Officer Bob Saunders and staff regarding the com plaint. According to Jac quelyn Barr, assistant to Saunders, the EEO Office had sought participation to sit in on the that determined who would be awarded the contract. However, the EEO Office was denied, and ac cording to Barr, the selection committee was following state guidelines. The minority firm comCOMM. JAN PLATT ference of Black Legislators (in which he is the chrur) will be watching the implementa tion of this act, and the staff selections to make sure they have the sensitivity and background to make this bill work." l:le also added, "This is a comprehensive measure, and I have plans for a workshop on the bill in the near future so that you can acquire better understanding of the bill." Patricia S. Ferrell, Ad ministrator of the Minority Special Construction Programs for the Florida Board of Regents, concluded: "There will be no satisfaction (within SUS) until minority businesses are viable and self sustaining to compete with., nonminority contractors. COMM.' R. PADGETT plained that the accounting firm selected did not have minority participation, Com missioner Padgett said the complaint explained. When the minority firm asked to be participant, 1 they were told there was nb intent to use minority to assist in county's accG>unting duties N -Commissioner Padgett used this firm as an example, but '{; told his fellow commissioners that he is "concerned about W -the total utilization of minorities in county govern:r ment." Commissioner Iorio agreed with Padgett g' regarding the use of = minorities. However, missioner Jan Platt wanted :s know why this particular was being singled out, and i minorities had to be r;; in all contracts awarded. f Saunders, a former c. official with the EEO Office, explained the different federal ,S g\lidelines that must be followed by th e county ''The c has to demonstrate that all efforts have been made to utilize >. minorities and women," he :s said in one instance. Ms. Barr c. reminded the commissioners of a proposal they passed in June '84 to have a 50Jo goal of utilizing minorities. There has not been much of a problem with the 200Jo goal in construc tion, but as for other services the county has very little minority participation. The commissioners decided on a workshop to 'further understand the guidelines, however, no date was set. Arthritis Program The Arthritis Aquatic Program, a National Arthritis Foundation Program, is coming to Tampa. The program consists of a series warm water activity sessions led by volunteer instructors trained by the Arthritis Foun dation. The first course will begin on June 24th at the pool at Lan.dmark Apartments on Hanley Road in the Town and Country section. Classes will meet for one hour twice a week for eight weeks. The course is open to the public and there is no charge. 07, 17. The nation that has the schools 11, 24. has the future. 32, 36.


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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN 40 YEARS SERVING TAMPA FRIDAY, JUNE 11 _1985 Teen's Love Interest To For People Inspired Her Medical 2 Pursue In many instances, most believe that the first impres sion is a lasting one. And, in most instances that is true However, in the instance of Alisia Shari Martin, the last impression she left as a 1985 graduate of King High 561 seniors is one that will most likely remain. Her academic ability from kindergarten years have thrust her to the top five percent of her graduating class. Because of her academic achievements on the Scholastic Aptitude Test and high school perfor mance, Alisia was awarded a four-year National Com petitive Scholarship in the amount of $20,962 for undergraduate study at Howard University, which she accepted. She was also award ed scholarships to the UniverBY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor sity of Mexico, Floridil State and HCC. Her senior year ac complishments alone are especially noteworthy. She has been named a 1984-85 Academic All-American Scholar by the United States Achievement Academy, a prestigious honor bestowed on less than lOOJo of all American high school students (she was nominated by Mrs. Jacqueline Allen, head of King's English Dept.) and will appear in the USAA nationally published yearbook; recipient of the Na tional English Merit Award which qualifies her to appear in the NEMA yearbook; Na tional Service and Leadership Award recipient; Tampa ALISIA MARTIN Hillsborough County Employee Assistance Companies such as IBM, Chrysler Corporation, General Motors, and McDonald Douglas have pro grams which provide counsel ing to employees who allow their personal problems to disrupt their job performance So does agencies such as Housing and Rehabilitative Services, and governments such as the City of Phoenix. Hillsborough County has adopted a similar nine month pilot program, known as the Employee Assistance Program (EAP), which began on March 1. The program will be ad ministered through the Tampa Bay Consortium, which is a group of psychologist and mental health experts. The county's Employee Relations Office coordinated EAP with an initial $15,150 BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer budget. Vickie Russo, an Employee Relations Assistant, will serve as the Internal Coor dinator who will "speak on the importance of the program" to employees who are referred by their supervisors (or who enter the program on their own), then will put them in contact with the Tampa Bay Consortium. "We feel that it's (EAP) go ing to be very beneficial and a contributing factor towards improving employee perfor mance and moral,'' stated Linda Ramsey, a Personnel Analyst within the Employee Relations Office and Russo's supervisor. "We are really enthused about it." .Employees experiencing Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. honoree; also from Delta at the Judge George Scholarship Award s program a monetary award, certificate of excellence and trophy for her high academic perf or mance; Governor's Pride Award in Writing; first place in the Math/Science Fair; Presidential Academic Fitness Award; third runner-up to Homecoming Queen; several academic letters; and was voted as the senior with the Most Personality. Even though Alisia was academically involved with regular honors courses, in which she excelled, she still found time to participate in extra curricular activities as a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Club, Learned Lions Honor Club, Hospitality and Anchor Ser vice Club, and as a member of the Church of God, Palm River. Alisia was also presented to society as a 1984 Junior Cotillion by the La Sans Souci Bridge Club. Alisia, tQe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph (Ella M.) Martin, will be leaving fo Howard University this sum mer to enter the Summer PreMedical_ Program for freshmen students interested in pursuing a career in medicine. She has not decided on a specific field of study. "She has always been a per son who loves to help people,'' said her mother, a dean at Middleton Jr. High School, speaking for Alisia who's already in Washington, D C. "To pursue a career in medicine, Alisia feels that this is the best way that she can help others." Adopts Program alcohol or drug problems, financial or legal worries, family problems, or "anything which creates stress in the home and which effects the employee's performance on the job,'' Ramsey stated; will be given the opportunity to seek help. "When tbe level of perfor mance reaches the point where the supervisor feels this employee (faoes) suspension or termination, (then the super visor will suggest that the employee) must seek some help,'-' Ramsey explained. She quickly added, "If there is a discipline problem, EAP does not effect the disciplinary According to the personnel analyst, her EAP staff, Coun ty Administrator Norman Hickey's senior staff, and all SECTION Woman's To Help Business Is O'illers Get A Se..Vice Employed BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor Most of her professional employable years have been in personnel departments. Seven of those years were with a St. Petersburg firm. Most recent ly, she has been employed with the Florida State Employment Office for 1llz years. During these years, Ms. Kassie Smith has felt that there is a need for a different kind of agency that helps others become employed. Her business Dunmore Unlimited Personnel (taken from a family name -is somewhat different from the usual employment agencies where fees are paid for the agency to find you a job. Being inspired by her father who has operated a successful business in St. Petersburg, Ms. Smith pondered over the idea of starting her own business for several months before put ting the ideas in action about six months ago. "This is my way of stepping into the com munity to help somebody else," she said. "This business will hopefully open the door for permanent employment." The service she offers is a temporary help service to pro vide temporary and permanent placements for those in need of jobs. And, the service is division and department direc tors and their assistants have been trained on how to iden tify employee problems in the early stages. By the end of August, all management supervisors will receive the same training. According to Ramsey, each training session "clarifies the program and how it relates to Hillsborough County policy and procedures." She added that the training is also an "overall awareness of job stress,'' such as employee tar diness, an increase of mistakes especially in the afternoon, more time spent talking about personal problems to others, and receiving more personal phone calls. "It is stressed through train ing that it is not the supergeared to who need temporary and/or permanent help. At first, she is specializ ing in clerical help (secretary, typist, clerical, data entry, word processor, etc.), but will expand to other areas. "I want to be able to supply the office help needed for businesses on a day-to-day basis, and supply that permanent placement an employer may be looking for,'' the 30-year-old woman said. Having opened t he doors to her office at 2811 W Kennedy Blvd., Suite 104-A last Mon day, Ms. Smith is presently seeking persons to join the ser vice as employees and employers. 1 Those who are seeking employment she asks that they be sincere about wanting to work, be reliable and have some background knowledge of secretarial skills. Ms. Smith administers a one-hour exam which she made up to those seeking employment. The test includes typing, spelling, use of the ad ding machine and other No fee is paid to her by the employee. A member of the Elim Seventh-day Adventist Church, St. Petersburg, Ms. Smith attended St. Petersburg Jr. College for two years with emphasis on general business courses. visors place to counsel the Ramsey stated, "but only to talk about their job performance and offer EAP as an aide. "There is no mandatory referral to the program,'' the EAP supervisor stressed. But, "if a supervisor issues a repri mand for mandatory referral :and the employee refuses, they maybe (cited for) insubordina tion." Russo explained that many directors feel EAP "is very positive, they feel the county {eally needs it. Overall it's a positive type of program and not negative." Ramsey concluded that the county "wants to keep their valued employees." In the long run this save the county money.


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honor Him in ways that show T N t St J ,., THE SUNDAy we genumely appreciate what ampa a IVe ars n 0 He has done for us. "How SCHO o -1. .. 1.ES.SON ungratefulweare."DoesGod Off-Broadway Productio BY REV. A. LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church The Lord's Complaint ..... Micah 3:6 Perhaps no one in modern times championed the cause of the poor and downtrodden as much as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Perceptive observers regarded him as a contem porary prophet. He insisted that the segregation and exploitation of Blacks and the poor was a violation of God's Moral law. Prophets are popular with certain segments of socie ty. Dr. King certainly was not Neither were the prophets of Judah and Israel. Prophets make people uneasy because they firmly warn the guilty of their sins and of the conse quences of those sins. God's prophets are fre quently, if not always, sent in advance .of His judgment. It was true in ancient Israel and Judah. Will it be true in America? Micah was a prophet, in the truest sense of that word. With frankness and boldness he for tbrightly pointed out where Israel and Judah had failed, set forth God's expectation from His people, and thundered God's judgment because they failed to listen and obey. The truths which the ancient prophet proclaim ed are just as valid today as when he first uttered them. That's why it will pay us to examine them. In this lesson the mes sage we observe is presented in the form of a lawsuit which God brings against His people The prophet is represented as the ?rosecuting attorney for God, with the mountains and the hills (perhaps symbols of unchangeable justice) as the court and the judges. There is no question but that probable cause exists and the facts are well founded. So Jehovah pleads through the prophet, the people reply: the moun tains and the hills sit in silent judgment. As the trial opens, God lays out his past relationship with His people with their deliverance from Egypt to their settling in Canaan. He had made a covenant with them and they had rejected His covenant and had or were engaging in the kind of -wicked practices which outraged God's holiness The conclu sion is that they deserved con demnation. But God is willing to give them a chance. He requires them to be just, to love mercy and to talk humbly with Him. The similarity between Israel and ourselves is quite obvious. How abundantly has God blessed us, we accept his blessings and fail to serve and Certified Public Accountant 6 Y2 Years Work Experience With IRS Delinquent Income Taxes IRS Payments Or Audit Problems Accounting Service/Tax Planning Business Consultation HOWARD MCKNIGHT Financial Statement (For Loans) Hours: Mon. Fri. 8:30 5 Sat. JO 3 1936 E. Hillsborough ITampaJ 237-4496 EMPIRE PAINTS Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up ---------------------have a complaint against us? Like Israel we wor2 ship, we go to church, we give our offerings. We know what God requires of us, yet we come asking what do you expect of us, 0 God? We know that we should give to the work. of God, we should at tend worship, there is no ques tion but that their offerings their sacrifices are not accep table because they had not repented of their sins and they remained ungrateful to God. Apparently, they did not understand what it was that God desired, their ing was distorted. So they asked, "Will the Lord be pleased with, thousands of rams, with ten thousands of rivers of oil?" "Will you be impressed, Lord, if we give you an extraordinary offering. ''Or would you be appeased by the size of our gifts?" God is not impressed by the size of the gifts, particularly when we stand on the housetop and shout to TERRY MYRICK everyone, calling their attention to what we have given. BY PATTY ALLEN entertainment," Myrick adAgain they ask; I Sentinel Staff Writer mitted. give my firstborn for my Before receiving his big transgression?" God never reTwenty-eight-year-old Terry break into snow business, he quired them to sacrifice their Myrick has adopted Frank worked for a couple of months children. He asked only for Sinatra's hit tune, "New as a sales representative with animal sacrifice and their proYork, New York", as his Millstone Corporation. duce in the place of their theme song The Tampa native "l always did feel that I children. God answers all of moved to the Big Apple a year would become a their queries, "No!" What ago and has found the fame professional," the soon-to.be lack of spiritual insight these and perhaps the fortune, groom revealed (He plans to people demonstrated which he was searching for ma rry Gloria on 00 f'D. = :;-!!.. I = = f'D :r -= = fll .. =f'D =1:'!1 offering when in fact, He is of Mama I Want To Sing. The tions for the play on a ChrisS, more interested in the offerer. young singer is part of the tian radio station. "I decided What does the Lord require chorus and sings a solo, "God to go down and watch the :::!. of us? Micah's reply is on Will Be". show first," stated the young time, "He hath shown thee, 0 "I have always been inman, whose voice ranges from I man, what is good; and what terested in singing, mainly a baritone to a soprano. Afterdoth the Lord require of thee, singing an acting," stated the wards, "I told the Lord this is a but to do justly, and to love former member of the Young what I wanted." mercy, artd to walk humbly Adults Choir at St. Johns ProHe seems to have settled with thy God?" He is not askgressive M.B. Church and comfortably into his part in ing for a big show, he is asking Concert Chorus at the play. Myrick pointed out for nothing pleasant, or Hillsborough High. that Time Magazine gave him popular, or socially or finanAccording to Myrick, the good reviews; and famous cially advantageous He is onplay is a Gospel story in con, stars such as Ashford and ly asking for that which is cert. "It tells the story about a Simpson, Jesse Jackson, Godly. First of all God wants young girl who was raised in Diana Ross, Philip Bailey, us to practice, to do justice the church, but who wanted to Deniece Williams and Gene toward all people. Justice was go out and sing secular music Anthony Ray have com not practiced in those days for against her mother's wishes," plimented him on his voice just as the poor are robbed he stated. "Eventually she range now, just as they are beaten stays and sings with the The Manhatten resident out of their money, lying to church." stated that he would like to them and flim flamming was When asked if he is enjoying stay with the play for as also in vogue then. himself Myrick quickly as he can, but he is anxious to How selfish were they and responded, "Oh yes, because pursue other interests. how selfish are we. We refuse of the type of play it is. Being "I do want to eventually to do that which would proa Gospelstory, it relates to the pursue auditions in other mote another's good, either type of person I really am,'' he musicals,'' he revealed, ''and economically, socially, or explained, adding that he is a I'm hoping to be blessed with spiritually. We seek to destroy Born Again Christian record deals, to do some another's influence and He also added, "The people recording." Myrick stated that 1:'!1 e: s = fll reputation, thinking to get make me want to give a good he has written a few C:hristian PAl NT LATEX $2. 79 ahead. We do this as a nation show." songs, and hopes to record on and we do this as a people. Myrick received a B.S. the Light Label. Q U TSI 0 E WHITE. $, 6. 4 9 We had better remember degree in marketing. and His list of things-to-do that justice is not only a social taught school for 4Y2 years doesp't end there. Myrick is and spiritual duty, it is linked before moving to New York. also interested in acting in ROLLER PAN SET. $1.49 Ea. to our survival as a nation. All "All of a sudden I decided movies, doing commercials, > 3 5 that God is asking that we be that I wanted to move to New and modeling. 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= ... :; = ... = ...,.__---From Val's By Valerie JohnsonFood Expert ..--Mastering The Microwave-----Microwave ovens seem to be the "in thing" nowadays. For those of you who happen to own one of these dandy items, here is some interesting information to help you get the most from your oven. Your mic-rowave oven isn't just for You can learn Microwave ovens can be a great convenience; especially to be able to cook, serve, freeze and reheat all in the same dish. Because microwaves can't pass through metal, don't use metal containers or dishes with metallic trim, screws, bands or handles. new ways, recipes and important facts that can help your time in the kitchen even with a quick-cooking microwave oven! How do' microwaves 'work? Microwaves are very short radio waves that bounce off the metal walls of the microwave oven and pass right through the top, sides and bottom of the food: As the food molecules begin to vibrate, they create heat, wh1ch then spreads toward the center and out to the surfaces. Microwave ovens have changed considerably since they first catne on the market. They have become a big success because of their space-saving design and their range of cooking capabilities. Microwave Appetizers Wheat Chip Nachos Mix-and-match the toppers as you pleasefor this winning Mexican-style snack. 1 cup whole wheat flour 1 tablespoon sesame seed 6 tablespoons butter or margarine 3 tablespoons cold water % pound bulk Italian sausage, cooked and drained 1 cup sliced pitted ripe olives cup sliced jalapeno peppers 2 cups shredded cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese (8 ounces) Yz teaspoon chili powder In a mixing bowl combine flour and sesame seed. Cut in butter or margarine till pieces are the size of small peas. Add water, one tablespoon at a time, gently tossing flour mixture with a fork till all is moistened. Form dough into a ball. Divide dough into thirds. On a floured surface flatten one portion with hands; roll from center to edge to form an 8-inch circle. Place pastry on a large microwave-safe plate. Using the tines of a fork, prick pastry to make 6 to 8 wedges. Micro cook pricked pastry on 100% power (high) for 3 to 4 minutes, rotating plate a half-turn after 1 minute. Rell)ove; place on wire rack. Repeat with remaining dough. To make nachos: Return chips to microwave-safe plate. Top with sausage, olives, and peppers. Sprinkle with cheese anq chili powder. Micro-cook on 50% power (medium}. for 1 to 2 minutes, rotating plate a half-turn every 30 seconds Cut pastries into wedges. Serve hot. Makes 18 to 24 wedges Cheese And Apple Croissant Bread products seem to be one of the trickiest items to heat and reheat in the microwave. The gluten in the bread causes it to toughen quickly when overheated. Reducing the power level to half (50%) helps to overcome this problem. The cheese in the sandwich also has a tendency to toughen if heated too quickly, so it also benefits from the reduced power level. 1 crots.sant (about 2 ounces) 2 slices (1 ounce each) natural sharp Cheddar cheese V.. medium-size apple; cored, unpeeled and cut into 8 thin slices Ground cinnamon 1. Cut croissant in half length-wise .Place 1 slice of cheese on bottom half, cut ting to fit as necessary. Cover cheese with apple slices. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Top with remaining cheese slice, cutting to fit. Top with other Well Summer's coming-arid your microwave can make a great cooking companion. It can keep your kitchen cool, cut your time in half and make entertaining more enjoyable \ VAL Stir-Fried Beef And Vegetables The Do's And Don'ts Cutting the flank steak into thin strips allows the meat to microwave quickly without toughening. The hard carrots have been shredded so they cook as quickly as the tender snow peas. Makes 2 servings at $1. 72 each. Yz pound flank steak or: Yz pound top round 1 tablespoon soy sauce Yz teaspoon garlic powder % teaspoon pepper % teaspoon ginger 2 teaspoons cornstarch 1 tablespoon 1 small onion, finely chOpped (%cup) 3 medium-size carrots, shredd ed (1 cup) V2 medium--size sweet green pepper, chopped (1/2 cup) Y2 pound snow peas, ends trimmed and strings removed or: l cup frozen whole green beans, thawed 1 teaspoon firmly packed brown sugar 1. Cut steak across grain into very thin strips.* 2. Combine beef, soy sauce, garlic powder, pep per, ginger, cornstarch and oil in 2-quart microwave-safe casserole. Cover. Microwave at full power (100%) for 21/2 minutes or just until meat is no longer pink, stirring once. 3. Stir in onion, carrot, green pepper, snow peas and brown sugar. Never microwave eggs in the shell. Hard-cooked eggs may explode even when they're reheated out of the shell. Always monitor cooking times carefully to avoid fires. Do not cook foods that depend on hot air to rise such aS popovers, angel food cake and most souffles. Do not microwave pop corn in a paper bag. Use a microwave popcorn popper or microwave popcorn. Chilled Cucumber Soup Hamburger Heros For Two A cooling soup to sip not only at a picnic but at any warm-weather meal. Makes 6 servings at 35C each. V.. pound ground beef 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce, divided Salt and pepper to taste cup tomato sauce V.. cup chili sauce Yz teaspoon wine vinegar V.. teaspoon liquid smoke Yz teaspoon oregano V.. teaspoon chili' powder 2 hero sandwich buns 2 thin slices red onion, separated into rings V.. cup grated cheddar cheese Mix ground beef, 1 teashalf of croissant. 2. Place croissant on small microwave-safe plate. Cover croissant with a paper towel or napkin, tucking ends of paper under croissant. Microwave at half power (50%) for 1 minute or just until cheese becomes slightly shiny and starts to melt. Le1 stand, uncovered, about 1 minute before serving. fREE Paid For By Medicaid Call: Dr. L. A. Martinez Optometrist 876-6085 poon Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper. Divide mix ture in half and pat each into a rectangular meat patty to fit a hero sandwich bun. Salisbury Steaks 1 lb. very lean ground beef 1 pkg. (S/8-% oz.) mushroom gravy mix Form beef into 4 patties. Sprinkle and pat gravy mix on both sides of meat. Slide pa'ties into 8"x12" pouch. Seal with Micro-Seal. Label pouch with contents and freeze or cook immediately. To cook: Place pouch on plate. Puncture pouch with fork. Microwave 5-7 minutes on high. 2 medium-size cucumbers 2 tablespoons finely chopped green onions 1 cup chicken broth 1/2 _teaspoon salt V. teaspoon white pepper 2 cups plain yogurt 3 tablespoons chopped fresh mint 1. 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. >< V:l c.!) 1------From val's Kitchen --------8-y -Va-le_ri_e -Jo-hn-s-on---Fo_o_d -E-xp-er-t --Desserts_r ________ Cinnamon Sponge Roll With Pineapple Cream A jelly roll that bakes up in. only 10 minutes : 1 V2 teaspoons vanilla extract towel evenly with confec t 8-ounce can crushed pineap-tioners' sugar; invert hot pie in pineapple juice, well coke onto towel; peel off wax paper. Using serrated knife, V3 cup apricot preserves, trim v. inch from all sides of 4 large eggs softened cake. While coke is still 2 1 3 cup granulated sugar Decoration warm, roll up cake towel 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1 cup all-purpose flour Confectioners' sugar, opjelly-roll style, beginning at tional long edge. Carefuly set on 1 20-ounce can sliced pineap-rack to cool completely. pie in pineapple juice, well PrepaFe filling: In medium-V 2 teaspoon ground cinnamon .1 teaspoon salt V J cup confectioners' sugar Filling drained, optional size bowl beat cream,_ sugar, Mint sprigs, optional and yanilla until stiff peaks form when beaters are lifted. 1 cup heavy cream 3 tablespoons Prepare cake: Hecit oven to Fold in well-drained crushed 375F Grease 15 V 2-X-10 V,-.x-pineapple. Gently unroll l-inch jelly-roll pan. Li'ne with-cake; remove towel. Brush wax paper; grease again. In inside of cake with -apricot large bowl, with electric mix-preserves; spread pineapple er at high beat eggs, cream evenly over cake; and vanilla until thick carefully re-roll. To decorate: and light, about 2 to 3 If desired, sprinkle cake with minutes. In small bowl confectioners' sugar. Set ,,. bine flour, cinnamon and seam-side-down on oblong salt; fold gently into egg mix-serving platter. Cut pineapture. Pour into prepared pan; pie slices at one side, twist spread bottereverily. Bake 10 into "S" shapes; set minutes, until coke springs decoratively along each side bock when touched lightly in of coke. Decorate with mint center; Sprinkle clean kitchen sprigs. Makes 15 "lf' A\) &""" )(.\'% ':--..' ,/J!Jj! J ___________ ....._ ____ -.... ._ __.,._ __ ---------------...... I IF YOU WOULD LIKE THE I I FLORIDA SENTINELBULLETIN : I DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME EACH : I WEEK, PLEASE FILL OUT THE I I BLANK BELOW. I :SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE DELIVERED BY I : MAIL ONLY. : I 6 Months Only $17 1 Year Only $31 : I I I CIRCULATION DEPT. Subscriptions By Moll I I P 0. Box 3363 Payable In Advance, Enclose I 1 Tampa, Fla 33601 MoneyOrderOrCheclc 1 I I I NAME-----------------------------------------1 I ADDRESS ______________ .A.PT. 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Slowly beat in sugar until light and fluffy. Beat in eggs one at a time, beating well after each. (The mixture may appear separated at this point.) Stir in bananas, sour cream and whiskey. 3. Sift together flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and salt onto piece of wax paper. Stir in nuts. Pour into prepared pan. 4. Bake in preheated moderate oven (350) for 30 minutes or until coke tester inserted in center comes out clean. Turn coke out onto wire rack to cool. 5 Spoon Cream Cheese Icing over top of coke. Spread evenly with bock of spoon or thin spatula. Garnish with thin strips or orange rind, if you wish. To serve, cut into rectangles, squares or wedges. Cream Cheese Icing: Beat 1 package (3 ounces) softened cream cheese in small bowl until soft and fluffy. Beat in 3/. cup sifted lOX (confectioners') sugar, grated rind of V2 orange and 1 teaspoon ormaretto or creme de cacao.** *Substitute 113 cup espresso for rye whiskey, if you wish. **Substitute 1/8 teaspoon almond extract for amoretto or creme de cacao, if you wish. Chewy Butterscotch Bars (Makes 16 bars) V 2 cup soft butter .1 cup powdered sugar 1 cup flour 1 egg .1 cup granulated sugar 1 3 5/8-ounce package butterscotch pudding and pie filling lf2 teaspoon baking powder 12/J" cups small flake coconut Small can undiluted CARNATION Evaported Milk V2 cup chopped nuts Y 2 cup raisins Cream butter with powdered sugar until light and fluffy. Blend in flour. Press evenly into 8-inch square pan. Bake in moderate oven (350F.) about 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Beat egg; gradually add granulated sugar. Stir in pudding mix, baking powder, coconut, evaporated milk, nuts, and raisins. Spread over crust. Bake_ 40 minutes longer or until browned. 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.. A Double Standard May Exist Poetry:::::======= For Black, White Reporters t N several decades, TV Guide tell you that there are two p Z RADNOR, Pa. -A veteran black radio-TV reporter charged today that there still remains a double standard for black and white reporters in radio-TV newsrooms despite the pro gress made over the last magazine reported in its (June standards, one for blacks arid =============== rose 22 issue). one for (Marvin) Mal Goode, 77, a National Kalb's question about blacks Black Network radio corbeing black first is patently A Tribute To A Black Woman respondent now retired from ridiculous on the surface. I ABC-TV News, said: But a bh1ck network anchor Oh, Black woman, you with your natural beauty "Anybody who's honest will who says his color is not rele-oh how the world is beginning to respect you .......... ..-. B way. By Joe Black No doubt many of you have heard the Staple Singers and Diana Ross suggest through song that we can help to make the world a better place by reaching out and taking the of a fellow human being. And through the years, Blacks who were on an upward and onward career path have been admonished to reach back and help someone else up the ladder of success But I wonder how many of us understand this challenge of reaching back Does it mean being charitable with your money? Yes, sometimes we must be willing to share our money with those who are still struggling to rid themselves of a depressed lifestyle. On occasions ; it will require nothing more than some of your time for listening and/m : making suggestions as to how he or she can overcome. And at times, we may "reach out" in a positive way by "opening the door of opportunity" for someone else Please bear with me as I give an example of opening doors. The Georgetown University Basketball Tham has been a dominant force in collegiate basketball for the past several years Their successes have given Coach John Thompson favorable identification as a leaderwho molds winners in athletic ability and charaCter. His team has won national championships. and he has been honored as Coach of the Year. But John Thompson was not content to rest on his laurels. He has used his fame and prestige as a "tool" to help a needy. but worthy Black institution -our colleges and universities. Coach Thompson included a Black college on the Georgetown basketball schedule. This act generates two positive results: ( 1) it identifies the existence' of Black schools and (2) the 1V exposure adds to the revenues of the Black schools. I salute Coach John Thompson for demonstrating that you can enjoy the success of a king and still be able to walk with the "common" man. Vice President Greyhound vant is out of touch. "Sure, it's getting be.tter in but it's a far cry from being perfect. You're damned right there's been pro gress in broadcast journalism; print journalism, too. But problems persist and there's no point in denying that,'' he continued. Goode and other black reporters give their views in a Perceptions article by Claude Lewis, a veteran newsman who is a columnist and member of the editorial board of the Philadelphia Inquirer. CBS White House cor respondent Jacqueline Adams said she was insulted by the question of whether a black reporter is black first or a reporter first. The question surfaced in April 1984 when Presidential candidate; Jesse Jackson was asked on "Meet the Press" if he was black first or an American first. The background for the query came when Washington Post reporter Milton Coleman reported about a private con versation with Jackson iri your "Royal" birth, truly the first woman to n ....... this earth. You have stood tall, head lifted in pride, in no way have you let your foes get down, the only thing that you did when things wrong was to look up to heaven with a prayer your lips asking the Lord for his understanding mercy -that He may see you through. II 0, lady of eternal beauty, you have been the backbone of our race here in white America, you have been talked about, lied on for so many years, but your strong character have it all. So to you "Black Sister", I am one black \ man that honors and respects you. You have opened my no ... PT. and mind to the real meaning of Black You have set the standards and the eyes of the ..., ...... is taking notice. So, right on, my beautiful sister world is now at your feet. Ill So many times I have wondered, what will oec::one of us (the Black race) then when things seem darkest and look like all is lost, a woman like appears and my hopes are restored. This is blessing that only can come from "God". you, oh, sister of understanding, I pray you continue on in this world touching people lives, the way you have touched mine. ROBERT LEE which Jackson called Jews about our objectivity," said a "Hymies" and New York City black TV reporter who asked "H to "'-. Lewis writes that Jackson's remarks to Coleman should have been reported. ym1e wn. anonymity. Said Adams: "Am I black .. ---------------------, first or a journalist first? Real-ly, what am I to do with such a question? It came up in the Ferraro campaign when peo ple asked if I were a woman first or a journlist first. I think opportunities exist for talented people. If you're willing to put the time in, to work day and night and to forget about days off, you can get good assignments if. you're talented." L HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CENTER OF EXCEL .. 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Blacks, Despite Gains, Hold Few Posts WASHINGTON -The number of black elected of ficials at all levels of govern ment rose by 356 during 1984 and reached 6,056 by the start of this year, with 85 percent of the increase coming from the South, according to the Joint Center for Political Studies. Despite the gains, the Ceo said that "blacks still hold Legislators Push ; WASHINGTON e Lawmakers spoke out Thurs ;: day in favor of a drive to build a black patriots' .= memorial in Washington, e dedicated to blacks who c:Q fought in the Revolutionary -; War. tJ "This memorial is needed to I make America aware of the fact that from the American c liiol Revolution through Vietnam, "= we've been there fighting and dying," said Rep. Parren Mitchell, D-Md., a black veteran of World War II. :S The memorial, which would be built between the t Washington Monument and only 1.2 percent of the 490,800 elective offices in the country. Black elected officials con tinue to be concentrated in black majority districts and generally depend on the black electorate for victory." The Center, a research group dealing with black issues, said "significant firsts iri 1984" included the election Memorial the Lincoln requires approval from Congress and the Department of the Interior, which hears the case Historians say more than 5,000 blacks served in the Revolutionary War. The nation. 's capital bas only one monument honoring a black person, educator Maty Bethune, said Rep. Nancy Johnson, R-Conn. While passage in the House could come soon, the Senate has not yet held hearings. If Interior approves the site and the design, a $2.5 million fimd-raising drive will begin. Cooling Fans A "= -= -::s For Needy Families The Neighborhood Service c ters of Hillsborough County are in possession of a limited number of cooling fan = = units and would like to distribute them to residents in c greatest need. Clients must be -= with9ut a cooling unit at this time. Priority will be given to those residents with health problems. Resitlents receiving a fan must mee_t the Community Services Block Grant income guidelines, allow a yearly income of $5,250 for one individual and $7,050 for two up to 17,850 for a family of eight. Since an application and YOUR BUICK FRIEND LEE M. TYLER 4400 N. DALE MABRY PHONE: 872-7746 home visit are required inquires may be made by calling; East Tampa Neigh borhood Service Center, 2725074, Ruskin Community Ser vice Center, 272-6989 and in Plant City 754-2621 sion #305 or 209. AUTO INSURANCE UP TO 25% DISCOUNT "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4501 Nebraska 238'. COME SEE ME TODAY! ST. PETE CALL: 443-7883 of Ronald A. Blackwood in Mount Vernon, N.Y., as the state's first black mayor, elec tion of Roxanne Jones of Philadelphia as Pennsylvania's first black woman state senator; election of Yvonne Miller of Norfolk as the first black woman since Reconstruction to be elected to the Virginia state House of Delegates; election of Margaret Carter of Portland, 'Ore., as the first black woman in the state legislature, and election of Jo Celeste Pettway as Alabama's first black female judge. A setback for. blacks, the report said, was the defeat of Rep. Katie Hall (D-Ind.) in the May 1984 House primary, which reduced the number of blacks in the House from 21 to 20. There are no black senators. Overall, about 22 percent of the black elected officials are women, the report said. Taking all offices into ac count, the biggest gains for blacks came in Alabama, where election of 61 ne black officials raised the total to 375. In South Carolina, elec tion of 47 new black officials raised the state total to 310. In Georgia, 39 new blacks were elected for a total of 340; in California, 38, for a 296 total; in Louisiana, 37 for a 475 total; in Florida, 36 for a 167 total, and in Texas, 32 for a 260 total. Louisiana with 475 had the most black elected officials this January. It was followed by Mississippi with 444, Alabama with 375, Illinois with 357 and Georgia with 340. Of the 6,056 black elected officials: By far the largest single group were members of city councils or similar city govern ing bodies. They totaled 2,189. The I ,368 black elected school board members were the second largest group. County board members were the third largest block at 534 In all, there were 20 black members of Congress, 90 black elected state senators and 302 black elected state representatives. There were 286 black elected mayors. There were eight black elec ted judges in the highest state courts and 359 judges in other courts. There were also 230 elected magistrates, justices of the peace and constables; 37 elect ed police chiefs, sheriffs and marshals; and 26lesser elected judicial officials. Appointed To Commission On White House Fellowships NEW YORK, N.Y. Stanley S. Scott, Vice Presi dent and Director of Cor porate Affairs for Philip Mor ris Incorporated, has beeri ap pointed to serve on the Presi dent's Commission on White House Fellowship. The Coqtmission selects distinguished members from the business, professional and military sectors, to serve as White House Fellows who spend a year working in one of the executive branches of the Federal government. STANLEY S. SCOTT Panel To Consider What To Do About_ Convicted Le gislator TALLAHASSEE -A special House committee was appointed Tuesday to recom mend what action should be taken against Rep. John Thomas, who was convicted of four charges recently by a federal grand jury. On June 5, the jury found Thomas, D-Jacksonville, guil ty of felony charges relating to his receipt of a federally back ed small-business loan. House Speaker James Harold Thompson, D-Gretna, the committee to make suggestions about the '__ <;{ ---. appropriate action in case. House rules say that lawmaker convicted of felony charge relating to member's responsibility as public officer ''shall suspended immediate} without a hearing and pay." House Clerk Allen Morris said the rule has never been terpreted before. Chairman of the committee is Rep. Hamilton Upchurch, D-St. At1gustine. Other memb_ers include Reps. Joe Allen, D-Key West; Beverly Burnsed, D-Lakelan.d; Herb Morgan, D-Tallahassee, and Jim Watt, R-Lake Park. Pay Two Weeks_ Get Two Weeks FREE HA7001 Rt;tt tt tcdtif 2319 E. Hillsborough Ave. Eastgate Shop. Ctr 238-6461 ----------------------------------------


.. .. Avenue, Tampa, FL 33603, AREA BLOCK CLUB NEWS PH: 272-2280. DISCOUNT CARDS and Sulphur Springs will no 0 Senior Citizens interested in longer be eligible The ComCOMMUNITY SERVICE BRANCH OFFICE CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN applying for the Silver Savers munity Development Vision 712 W. ROSS AVE. PH. 223-8600 The Clean-Up Campaign 1Program (a new discount and Dental Programs are now e MELVIN STONE, BRANCH MANAGER for the following boundaries program) should call or come in operation. Services include was cancelled due to weather in, to the Community Service the following: Vision: Eye N SUMMER JOBS of Florida, Monday through conditions : Columbus Drive Branch Office. You will be examinations and eyeglasses ... Apply for the Summer Friday 9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. on the North, Green Street on able to receive your temporary Dental: Dental extractions, Youth Employment Program, Division of Urban Developthe South, Armenia on the discount card at the ti1J14that fillings, cleanings. Denture: and Pledge-A-Job Program, ment and Job Training, 404 West and Rome on the East. you apply and your Dentures on a limited ba s is. available in the public and East Jackson Street, Tampa, The Clean-Up Campaign for card and your free directory Interested citizens may apprivate sectors See your City FL 33602, PH: 223-8451. Job these boundaries will be re-will be mailed to you at a later ply Monday through Friday, of Tampa Division of Urban Service of Florida (Up-Tpwn scheduled and residents will be date. from 8:00 to 5:00 p.m 712 Development and Job Service Office), 4006 N. Florida notified. West Ross, Tampa, FL 33602 Summer Dances BRANCH OFFICE or call 223-8600. Persons DISC JOCKEY DATE LOCATION Joe Gonzalez Tues. June 25th Rey Park Community Center Ricky Roberts Tues. July 9th Martin Luther King Rec. Complex Frank Kennedy Thurs. July 11th Grant Park Community Center The Community Service living in the Sulphur Springs Branch Office is open Monday area may apply through Sep through Friday, from 8=00 tember 29, 1985 at 8605 N. a m. to 5:00 p.m. Please call Mitchell, Wednesdays Only or coine in to submit neighb h d 1 f 1 8:00a.m. through 12:00 noon. or oo comp amts, re erra s BOUNDARIES Frank Amaro Tues. July 16th Riverview Terrace Playground Ricky Roberts Thurs. July 18th Perry Harvey Park Joe Gonzalez Tues. Juiy 23rd Forest Heights Community Center to local agencies for assisWest Tampa: Rometance, job information, or to MacDill and Columbus Drive make recommendations for to Interstate 275. Sulphur Springs: Blvd.-Bob J.l.ltrdeman Wed July 24th Riverview Terrace Playground Joe Gonzalez Thurs. July 25th Martin Luther King Rec Complex VISION AND DENTAL Hillsborough River and PROGRAMS Railroad to 75. Frank Kennedy Thurs. Aug. 1st Riverfront Park All dances are scheduled to begin at 8:00 p.m. and end at 11:00 p.m. weather permitting. Effective September 30, The following mformation 1985, the Dental and Vision is needed to apply: Proof of Services will be limited to the address-Florida Drivers Li SEAJRS Over t70 pages of fantastic buys. Order nowl The exciting new SP catalog has just been re leased and its loaded with great spring buys. Choose from selected Cheryl Tiegs sports wear swimsuits or Arnie sweaters and slacks. Get readyfor summer with new out door furniture swing sets. tents and sleeping bags and much more. Order from the "SP sale catalog today! CALL cense or Utility Bill/Paid, Proof of incomeW -2, Check Stub or Social Security Card Persons On Medicaid can not qualify for Vision Program. There are a limited number of slots available. Be Active, Chisholm Tells Group SHIRLEY CHISHOLM ATLANTA Black women must no longer allow themselves to be "complacent, armchair recipients of whatever morals or politics the leaders of this nation may decree for us," former U.S. Rep. Shirley Chisholm said "We need not and we will not accept any longer surrogates speaking for us,'' Mrs. Chisholm told a packed audience attending the first conference of the National Political Congress of Black Women at Spelman College. Mrs. Chisholm is chairwoman of the political congress, organized after last summer's Democratic National Convention in San Francisco, where black women said that they felt excluded frdm playing any major role in the political process. "We must forget conven tionalism and traditionalism = = ; fD I = = -; "'= = c::r I'll :r fD c. Q = > = c. ::1 j Satisfaction cJaranteed or your money -...ck SNI'i, Roebuck and Co., 1985 At The Sears Nearest You for Sears Catalog Phone Shopping For extra conveni ence have orders delivered directly to your home for just 75c morel and think our best thoughts," Mrs Chisholm said during a speech interrupted several ;: times by applause and standing ovations. "We must do 191 our best deeds, and we have been doing our best deeds for Z everybody for a long time ; 191 =


Hair Care: Selling To Blacks Edward G. Gardner, chairman of Soft Sheen Products Iilc., in the company's research lab. Soft Sheen is one of several black-owned hair-care companies trying to win black clientele away from non-minority Black producers of hair-care products say these should be robust days. After all, a large percentage of their principal clientele, black consumers have become more affluent, and are using more hair-Care products than ever. Moreover, recent industry figures indicate that blacks individually spend three to four times more on such products than whites with black spending reaching an estimated total of $2.3 billion last year. Instead, black-owned hair care companies have found these times riddled with a pro liferation of products and less than-buoyant sales growth. What is more, even though blacks consume an expanding share of the nation's hair-care products, about 35 percent, they are apparently spending more on goods produced by the giants of the cosmetics and personal-care industry, such as Revlon Inc. and the Alberto Culver Company. The nation's leading black owned hair-care companies including Soft Sheen Products Inc. the M & M Products Company and the Johnson Company are now trying to counter that trend. They have begun an advertising and marketing campaign aimed at wooing black consumers away from the larger competitors, and they are attaching a special new logotype to their products to identify them as products of black-owned com panies. "For the big companies, ethnic products are a nice way to make more money," said Lafayette Jones, executive director of the American Health and Beauty Aids In stitute, a Chicago-based con sortium of 17 black hair-care companies. "For our member companies, these are essentially the only products they sell. The competition IS fierce." The ethnic hair-care in dustry has long been viewed as a lucrative one It is one field, along with publishing and auto. dealerships, where minority-owned companies have thrived, although their success has largely depended on selling to minority con sumers, rather than a broader YES! We Can Solve Your Plumbing Problems! 10% Discount OH All Service Calls Repair Service-Remodeling New Installations = MICHAEL R. REEVES Electric Sewer And Drain Cleaning For All Your Plumbing Needs Call ; market. Still, analysts predicted that the ethnic hair-care market would continue to expand, albeit at a rate directly linked with the economic condition of black consumers. "It's prone to be a more volatile segment of the market than the mainstream areas," James Waggoner, an analyst with Bear, Stearns & Com pany, said. Black Heads U.S. Bail Bond Assoc. WASHINGTON, D.C. Los Angeles Bail Bondsman and long time civil rights ac tivist Celes King III has been elected president of the Pro fessional Bondsmen of the United States (PBUS). The selection of King to lead the nationwide organization of bail agents followed successful service by King as executive vice president of PBUS as well as president .of the Indepen dent Bail Agents of California since it was founded in 1979. King formed his own bail bond business in 1951 after graduating from Pacific Coast University In Long Beach with a degree in law. He is the highest ranking black in the California Military Reserve with the rank of Brig. General and served as a pilot with the famous Tuskegee Airmen. King has two masters degrees (urban p1anning and business administration), serv ed as an assistant professor at California State University Los Angeles and as an ad ministnitor in the Graduate Business School at Pepperdine ACT Dr. Wallace Hay OPTOMETRIST Paying Customers & Medicaid Accepted 876-8491 1945 Ave. CELES KING III University. For the past 10 years King has been chairmaQ of the board of trustees of Laurance University in Santa Barbara (a graduate school for education). King was a co-founder of the Brotherhood Crusade, President of "the Los Angeles NAACP, Pacific Coast Chair man of the Congress of Racial Equality and President of the Los Angeles Human Relations Commission. King has been in the fore front of campaigns to bring about bail reform in Califor nia and serves as member of a special California senate com mission which has been work ing to solve bail bond pro blems. The ooctor's ln .. 8a.m. i"'o appointment necessary. M.D. on duty. eX-ray and lab. 2810 W. Buffalo Ave .. Tampa a c ross from St. Joseph's Hospital 13210 North 30th St., Tampa north of V.A. Hospital 877-8450 977-2777 206 [.Brandon Blvd .. Brandon 681-5 5 71 2600 U.S. Hwy 19 North acros s from Countryside Mall 799-2727 -REEVES PLUMBING COMPANY ....


Students At Florida Memorial In Flight Training MIAMI ___:, The Aviation Program at Florida Memorial College announces that its first group of aviation flight management majors are in ground and flight training at Opa Locka Airport's Tursair Flight Training School. Enrolled in the summer flight training program are Kelley Green, Kevin Courtney, Dar ryl Washington and Carmen Rivera. According to Dr: Z. areas of airway science management, airway com puter science, aircraft systems management, airway electronics management, airway maintenance management and air traffic control. Paul Wesolowksi, director of the Airway Science Program Florida Memorial, over 50 students are currently seeking bachelor of science degrees in the College's new aviation program. Cei:tified and approved by the Federal Aviation Ad ministration (FAA) and the Aviation Associa the Airway Science Pro gram offers degrees in the A\>iation students at Florida Memorial Colltge in flight training (I to r) Kelley Green, Darryl Washington, Carmen Rivera, Kevin Courtney and Dr. Paul Wesolowski, Airway Science Program director. FHA-HUD 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. G) 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 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. Silver Savers Discount Cards Available Your Silver Savers' Passport card is your ticket to the world of discounts offered in the Silver Pages. Both are free of charge. The Silver Pages is a new directory that lists local businesses providing discounts and special offers to in dividuals 60 years of age and older. Along with these discounts, you will find an In formation and Referral Sec tion located in the front of the directory. This Section describes local services available to senior citizens and provides information on local, state, and national senior citizen program. In order to take advantage of this program, all senior citizens must obtain aq iden tification card. This card is your Silver Savers' Passport and entitles you to participate in the program not only in your local area but nation wide. To find out the closest enrollment location to you, please call 933-4748 in Tampa or 1-800-336-Z226 in other areas. Workers Urged To Organize ST. PETERSBURG In the early 60's Black people in the South and all over the country were sitting in, mar ching, struggling for freedom, for civil rights, for the right of black workers to control their own lives and destiny. In 1964 the Student Non Violent Coordinating Com mittee, (SNCC) organized the Mississippi Summer Project, or Freedom Summer, bringing hundreds of people, many of them students, down to Mississippi from the North to expose the terrible conditions for Black people in the South and the violence directed against the movement. The St. Petersburg Summer Project will be an intensified five week effort in the Tampa, St. Pete area to empower the Black working class and iden tify its allies. The recent cam. paign for District 6 City Council of APSP member Alvelita Donaldson laid the basis for unity among black and white workers. The "Peoples Democratic Platform" was supported by 11,925 voters. The summer project hopes to make the plaJ[orm a reality. ALBANY, GA.-Mrs. Brenda Hubbard, president of tire Albany cbapter of Links, Incorporated, beams with pride after accepting Albany (GA.) State College's 1985 Friend of the Col lege Award on behalf of the local chapter. Dr. Billy C. Black, president of the College, makes the presentation at the College's 66th Commencement. Presented annually, the award recognizes exemplary support of the College and its programs. Smooth Operators = c:> c:r ... -... c:> = fll SUMMIT, New Jersey The management team for Lynn Cosmetics' East Shave Medicated Shave Cream: "The Outrageously Smooth Shave", meet to finalize the product's new marketing and advertising campaign. Pictured here are Dr. Lemuel C. Leeper (c.), Chairman and to1 President of Lynn Cosmetics, Frederick J. Terrell (1.), Vice t"" President of Marketing and Sales for Lynn Cosmetics and Alexander Courage (r .), President of Alexander Courage ...................... ..


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Adolescents are faced with choices that can affect their Tell them you know the y have important decisions to ACBM, SBA To Host Regional Marketing Fair TUSKEGEE, Ala. The need to promote small business opportunities w i th major corporations, as well as federal and state purchasing agencies, has brought together two agencies in a mutual en deavor. The Alabama Conference of Black Mayors' Business and Industry Committee, and the U.S. Small Business Administration of Birmingham will host "The ACBM Regional Marketing Fair" July 11-12. The event, to focus on federal, state and private sec tor procurement, will be held at the Holiday Inn-State Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. "The State of Alabama having the largest number of black settlements in the United States, has the greatest oppor tunity to demonstrate and ad vance its communities as en trepreneurs in the open market make, that some are very dif ficult and that the conse quences are not always easy to accept. 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.... .. .. .... .. .......... .. o\fvLws ---tant to the president at the University of South Florida Q for the past two years, has ; been named assistant dean of the University's graduate T ALLAn EGA, AL. Gary Hart, the senior senator froay Colorado was the featured speaker at '!!i Talladega College's llOth commencement exercises on Sunday, May 19, 1985. & Hart, .a native of Ottowa, Kansas was first elected to the United States Senate from Colorado in 1974 and was in 1980 -one of ten Senate Democrats to suryive the Republican sweep t!: which put Ronald Reagan in the White House and gave the Republican Party the Senate majority. 1 In February, 1983, Hart announced his candidacy (or the democratic nomination for President of the United States. t'll Shown in tbe pboto are, left to right: Dr. Paul B. Mohr, Sr., president of Talladega College; Sen. Gary Hart, Alabama Senator John A. Teague, J. Mason Davis, Chairman of the board of trustees of Talladega College. Photo by Carl Harris. FAMU's New President Hits Ground Running TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -By the time Florida A&M University's new president set up shop in the President's Conferen<;e Room, Monday, June for his first official day on the job his agenda was jammed. And he hadn'f even moved into his office yet. Sleeping in Gibbs Hall Dor mitory, working out of his briefcase, and studying before, between and after meetings, Dr. Frederick Hum phries already had started to digest the University budget, FAMU's internal policies and processes, and make plans to boost enroll ment and increase funding for athletics. "We're going to get mov ing," Humphries said. By four o'clock Monday afternoon, FAMU's had met with his ex ecutive council and set up daily meetings for the rest of the week to go over all the rules that govern the University. "I also asked the members, over the next couple of days, to write down the things they see as important to accomplish DR. FRED HUMPHRIES in the next year both in their personal areas of respon and for the University as a whole," he said. "We also talked about the evaluation instrument currently in use (for administrators) -I think I'm going to change t,iat to a different system," ftumphries said, explaining that he would expand the cur rent evaluation system to in clude a clear set of objectives and measure the ad. ministrators' progress toward those goals. New Assistant Vice President Also planned for his first week are meetings on the budget, "to see what we can do with what the legislature gave us" and a complete review of the last' audit ''to make sure we're doing everything we can to clear up any problem areas." The 6 -foot-five Apalachicola native ; who came to FAMU on a basket ball half-scholarship and graduated in chemistry in dicated that he would give a high priority and his per sonal attention to helping FAMU's debt-plagued athletic programs. "I'm personally going to help with that," he said. "In fact, I'm going to Ft. Lauder dale this weekend to talk to the Broward County Alumni Chapter, and I'll be taking along some (football) schedules and some season ticket applications." Humphries, whose bid for the F AMU top job drew strong support from alumni, thinks that increasing ticket sales for home games, and boosting attendance at away games and the University's three special games in -Jacksonville, Miami and TamThe University of South Resources, said Robinsoq will pa, will do a lot to start the Florida's Director of the Divi-have responsibililty for ball rolling for better athletic sion of University Budgets, University budgets and operafunding from other sources. c:Q. Claire Robinson, bas been tions analysis as well as finan"I knQw one thing," said promoted to assistant vice cial management for the divithe new president, ''athletics is president for Employee Relasions within Employee Relaimportant to many institu tions and Information tions and Information tions, including-maybe even ::r:: Resources. Resources. Robinson's other 'especially'at FAMU." school. Renick will assume his new role in July, according to Dean Carl Riggs. "Part of my role as assistant dean will involve overall development of the graduate school, working with the faculty and graduate coor dinators, coordinating pro grams designed to increase the Dean Of Howard Law School WASHINGTONJohn T. Baker, professor of law at In diana University and a 1965 cum laude graduate of the Howard University School of Law, has been named dean of Howard law school. His ap pointment is effective July I. law professor Oliver Morse has served as acting dean of the school since the resignation of former dean Wiley A. Branton Sept. 2, 1983. Baker has been a professor at the Indiana University Law School in Bloomington since '1978, with the exception of a one year appointment as visiting professor at New York University Law School in 1981-82. Baker was associate dean at Indiana from 1978 to 1981. DR. JAMES RENICK number of minority graduate s tudents and doing some ad vising said Renick. "I I will also coordinate an execu f ive Fellow s program for sector e xecutives throug h the Institute of Government, a public ad ministration program at USF's College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and pur sue research interests." Program For High School Minorities Hillsborough Community college will be offering a Sum mer Academic Enrichment Program that will specialize in assisting minorities beginning June 17th. 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\ ------New Release For'.Fioridian Get _ReatliFor warlen This summer, the music world is going to be rocked by a sens "ational new talent, Warren Mills. Audiences have already seen the 14-year-old singer in the movie Rappin ', where he sang "Flame In The Fire, ; written and produced by the ultra-hot Billy Ocean.:. Now, Warrell is recording his first album for Jive Records with the help of some very cres_tive writers and producers .. The song 'Sunshine" the LP's first single, shows the guiding hand of the t aleiited Full Force, who scored with UTFO's "Roxan. ne Roxanne" and Li$a Lisa & Cult Jam's "I Wonder If. I Take You Home": Wayne Braithwaite, who's worked with such artists as Glenn Jones, Kashif, and Kenny G, contributed "Biochemistry, "Choosy Gir:l," "You Thrill Me, and "Don't Tell Me About Your Boyfriend" to Warren's debut. Legendary songwriter Lamont Dozier WARREN MILLS gave :warren "Tt!ll Me What You Want Me To Do." And in adition tothe song from Rap pin', the hit Bjlly Ocean touch can be heard on "It's Peculiar." It adds to a record that is certain to make Warren Mills a native of Zambia, living in London one of the h1ost talked-about stars to emerge in 1985; tAR VISITS 'SOUL' HARLEM RESTAURANT '''W"''"''-, ---. STEPHANIE B._. Entertainment artfst, Although her residence area Stephanie Bostic, is km:>wn to is namely Lauderhill, Florida, = radio as Stephanie B. she frequently visits relatives Stephanie is the of in Tarripa. ;: Jonnnae and Marie Hayes of Stephanie will debut on the .ft. Lauderdale, Fl. She is the Rutledge Corporate label, -;;1 OilOeSl Of three singi tg a recording that was A graduate of Dillard High catered to her extensive vocal u Broward Community (:olrange. The record i& also j the reflective of her attitude fll began singing in towards life. It is entitled "Go -"'"'"''"" She recently returned For It &by." A 12-inch ver her native S. FlQrida home sion and a video are planned .-. after a year and a half resideJCto follow about three weeks in Hollywood. California. behind the record. It is slated prefers Florida because for stations throughout it is where family and friends Floriqa. Stephanie is hoping are and it's more "genuine," thai South Florida and the naStephanie puts it. tion will "Go For It Bl;lbY Flip This New show! PHOENIX -A new Flip ilson, complete with .. and oot belly, has reconciled to being a No more Gefaldine routines in dnig for this comedian turned -actQr. He's now devoting his energy to portraying a band to Gladys Knight and father to three children in the upcoming CBS sitCom Charlie and Company. ference here. "I've been everybody's girl before. Now I want to be my OWn man." --Charlie and is part of the network's com pletely reconstituted Wednesday night slate next season Execu tive producer Allan Katz describes it as "a middle class situation comedy of family relationships with which everyone can identify.'' ed he had the idea of workin2 with singer Knight some 12 years ago. "I look at her as my Gracie Allen," he "There always was perfect ch<;mistry between Gladys and me." Finally, last November Bob Henry, former producerdirector of. The Flip Wilson Show, asked cas about a WilsiJn-Knight show and got the green light. The first was written in January, long after Bill Cosby hit it big in the ratings for NBC. Wilson deni ed that his l character was moaeled after Cosby. I looked at The Cosby Vehemently denying this comedy is a Cosby ; Show clone, comedian Wilson clain1"I've been wait ing 52 years to grow a mustache,'' he told a gr oup of TV writers at a con-Show for four minute s just to see why every one' s ama zed Phon y0 r N 248 1921 "It's not a gr eat artistic e 0 ews challenge. Bill. Cosby is simply playing Bill Cosby. .! ; Comedian Flip Wilson and singer Gladys Knight with their "Charlie and Company" family (from left), Fran RIJbinson, Kristo,ff St. John and Jaleel White ...._ (':'--


THE TRAGIC PUZZLE OF MARVIN GA YE With megabits ranging from "What's Going On" to "Let's Get It On-" to "Sexual Healing, Marvin Gaye'S star lighted up the world but his stormy personal life brought his .U years to an end. Bill Cosby Scholarships Actor-comedian Bill Cosby and his wife; Camille, have been honored with science scholarship funds established in their names at Temple University and Tougaloo Col lege. Temple President Peter J. located inTougaloo, Miss., will use income from the $50,000 funds to provide tuti tion for up to two students a year Uacouras said the scholar ships were established by General Foods Corp. to celebrate Cosby's 10 y ears as spokesman for Jell-0 pud ding: General Foods asked Cosby, star of the television series "The Cosby Show," to designate .two higher-. education institutions to receive science scholarships. EBONY'S BEAUTIFUL BACHELORETTES Lovely Karimah Aii, indicative of the Ebony Bachelorettes for 1985, is a restauranteur and deputy sheriff in San Francisco. She loves auto racing and horseback riding is looking for a mature, sensitive, understanding man. T :emple, located in Philadelphia, and Tqugaloo, A \ Real Prince is not the kind of guy celebrate his birthday like a pauper. To mark his 27th bir on Friday, )une 14, he threw a party for 800 of his nearest and dearest in his hometown, Minneapolis. The guests, who were flown in from all over the country for the quiet little do, partied in a local ballroom that had been decorated in the theme "A-round the World in a Day" the title of his current hit album .. t ............... Eddie Murphy's Next Action-Comedy Film: "Golden Child' HOLLYWOOD -The long wait for Eddie Murphy's next movie at Paramount Pic, tiues is apparently over. The movie will be Golden Child, an action-comedy set in India and Los Angeles. A spokesman for the studio confirmed that Murphy will be in front of the callleras this fall for a summer 1986 release. "Everybody is very excited over here,'' a high-ranking production executive said. "We've got our Eddie movie." The choice is a surprise. With about 20 projects in development specifically for Murphy at Paramount, t he 23-year-old decided on a script by professional photographer Dennis Feldman who co-wrote Just One of the Guys, a recent Columbia release Golden Child is the story of a blessed child born in India to lead his people but kidnapped by terrorists and taken to Los Angeles Murphy will play a street-smart Los Angeles gum shoe who is hired to find the child. in January, the Golden Child script spawned a high-stakes bidding war among Paramount, Lorimar Productions, CBS Theatrical Films and several independent producers. Eventually, sources confirmed, Feldman was paid about $330,000 up front for the script, an enormous fee for a writer with just one credit. The curre-nt deal for Feldman, who has not directed a allows him to direct Golden Child. Veteran pro ducer Ed Feldman (no relation to Dennis) is in negotiations to produce the movie for Eddie Murphy Productions. Though he refused to comment on specific figures, International Creative Management agent Jeremy Zimmer said that Paramount's offer was not the highest. A spokesman for Eddie Murphy Productions refused to comment on the Golden Child deal but confirmed that Murphy is impressed by the script. Murphy is featured the -Jl:llY Ebony. EDDIE MURPHY: LIVE AND HOTTER THAN EVEREddie Murphy, the hottest man in Hollywood, says he thanks God for his success so far but he says he has more up his sleeve. > = Q. .. I -


.. .... ............................................................................ Dick Gregory Makes Bobb Worn k wn black music charts. In admade a strong chart debut and ... His Pledge Good y ac I s dition, "Strange and Funny," a country version of his classic M F U K A d a song he co-wrote with his "It's All Over Now," is a OUr war S brother and sister-in-law, major C&W hit for artist John =:; Bobby Womack has won Womack and Womack, has Anderson. riJ = Q ;c Q = I .. "C = < = "C .c riJ -::cs = =-= = = = I = -= 00 four awards in the prestigious TO CROSSWORD PUZZLE Ent e r t ainer Dick recently presented Morris Brown College with a check for $10,000 as the first install ment of a $100,000 ptedge to the Atlanta school. The actor-comedian-civil rights activist presented the check to Morris Brown presi dent Calvert H. Smith during the college's 100th graduation exercises. annual poll conducted by the British publication Blues & Soul. With the announcement of the results of reader sur veys, Womack has been named "Best Male Vocalist," "Best Songwriler," and "Best Live Performer." In addition, his LP Poet II was named "Best Album" for 1984. Womack's new album So Many Ri'Jers -his debut LP on MCA Records -is due for release mid-summer, preceded by the release of the single, "/ Wish He Didn't Trust Me So Much Womack will embark upon a world tour to coincide with the album's release. Bobby Womack has main tained a continuous presence on record charts during the BOBBY WOMACK past year, most recently with his collaboration with Wilton Felder, "(No Matter How High I Get) I'll Still Be Looking Up To You," which scored on the pop, jazz and (C) Puzzle Syndicate All Rights Reserved BLUE FLAME BAR-B-QUE & .LOUNGE 1523 Grace St. 251-9173 MANII.A I.OUNGE Presents Live Entertainment SEETHE NEW AND. EXCITING BAND Required Disco By "DR. J." THE D.J. Friday & Saturday 9 P.M. -2 A.M. Game Room NO COVER CHARGE FRI. & SAT. DOUBI.E .DECKER I.OUNGE 1001 Cass Street PH. 251-3498 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 2620 E. 7th Ave. TUESDAY LADIES NIGHT FREE CHAMPAGNE THURSDAY BIKINI CONTEST THE WINNER GETS A TRIP FOR TWO TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS SUNDAY KING FLIRT & MALE REVUE ALL ACTIONS STARTS 9 P.M. YOUR D.J. FLOYD "JOY" RIVERS NEW LOUNGE 614 Nebraska 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 ''JAY JAY" ALL ACTION STARTS AT 9 P.M. .... ....


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