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Minister Starts Own Telephone Company (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) r All The News Fit To Print FLORIDA :1 entinel ';:< ulleffu VOL. 40 NO. 61 AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY ...... ...... 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Published Every Tuesday And Friday TAMPA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Drug Abuse Seminars Slated For ; Murder Suspect Turns Self In (SEE STORY ON PAGE 27) THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST SELECT QUEEN The tanquet highlight for the Young People Willing Workers of The Church Of God In Christ, Jurisdiction Southwest Florida, was the selection of a new queen. Those assembled at the Airport Hilton Hotel for the affair enjoyed a program of music and a fashion show prior to the crowning ceremony, coor dinated by Marlene York and Sandra Hill. Versie Cousin the 1985 queen, was crowned by City Councilwoman Sandy Freedman. On the left are .Karen B Smith and Lenora Thurman, first and second runners-up. The two women on the right are Tracy Washington, third runner-up, and Phyllis Green the 1984 queen. Elder Charles Davis is the State President.


Goveinor Appoints i .-1 Tampa Blacks Commemorative .. : To King ij BY HAYES Committee Plans For Tampa City Announces Upgrading West BY PATTY ALLEN Staff Writer Sentinel ana2ine Editor 'F e 111si aati onal celebra; rl.l tio n h onoriJig the late D r Martin Liltbet K ing, .{r with a !: u v'"'C!-3't wi)Ybe h eld t he t hir d 1 Janu ary 1986. However, througb a n e xecutive order fr o m Governor Bob Graham, the State of Florida will honor the birth day and contributi ons of Dr King by participating in the national celebration wit h a series of statewide activities : beginning Janua ry 1 5 I 986 and endin g Janu ar y 15, I 987 The g o v ernor has creat e d t h e D r. Martin Luther King, J r. C omm e morative Celebra t ion Commission co chaired by t he Honorable Leroy Col lins, former Governor of Florida; and Dr. Leedell W. Neyland, Vice President for Academic Affairs at FAMU. The overall goal of the committee is to involve citizens of Florida in activities that would : facilitate and reflect on the principles of racial equality and nonviolent social change espoused by Dr. King, the governor wrote to persons 1 selected to serve on the committee. Members of Tampa's black community who will serve on this committee are: Corene Collias ; Director, Division of Cultural Affairs, Hillsborough County; Dr. Barbara Wheeler, Professor with H ill sboroug h ComqJuni t y College; Sybil Barnes, former offic i al with HCC; and Robert Saunders, Equal Op portunity Officer, Hillsborough County Ms. Collins and Dr. Wheeler O_!! the C OREN E ROBERT SAUNDERS Advertising Sub-Committee; Ms. Barnes is a member of the Fundraising Sub-Committee; and Saunders is on the State and Local Governments Sub Committee. These persons met in a joint meeting in earl y June and in sub-committee meetings. A full repo r t on the progress of the celebration to include the public and private secto r is to be made to t he on August I. Among the prop9sed acDR. BARBARA WHEELER SYBIL BARNES tivities that are being con sidered by the committee are youth contests, breakfasts, art' presentations, parades, a march planned (or St. Augustine, and many ; any others Tampa' s committee persons are looking for input from the community. Persons with sug gestions for activities during the year's activities may con tact Mrs. Collins at 272-5860, other comniittee perVaccine To Protect Against Disease In Young Children Approved .Later today at Macfarlane Park Mayor Bob Martine z and other C it y o f Tampa o f ficial s will un v eil the city's mu ltip l e p a ck ag e -of_ p r o jects which will a ssist c om mercial b u s i nesses and single family homes in revitalizing West Tampa. "The West Tampa Com mercial revitalization Program is a variety of parts which will effect not only parks and BOB MPRRISON playgr o u nd s, b u t al so comallocate d from 1980-85 for merci al act i v i ties and pronew a n d repa i r ed s i dewa l ks, gram s that will effec t business st re et lights stre e t r e su r fing i n the ar e a," explai n ed Bob and _pavi ng, a n d im Mor r ison, Executive Assistan t pro v emen ts i n s t orm drainage to the Mayor. t d t sam sewer an wa er "The mayor and I realize pressure. Another $2,657 ,477 that West Tampa has many has set aside in 1986-89 conveniences, a!1d for similar improvements. acces1blltty; as well as an In home rehabilitation energetic mix of small and Morrison stated that by medium size businesses and ,. end of the year 80 structures people who are ready to par. would be upgraded at a value ticipate and share in the West of $645 895 Tampa Revitalization," Mor' -..--. Commercial enterprises will rison stated. "We recognize be offered two low interest : that the revital i zation of West loans to upgrade their Tampa. -will require a businesses; and Boone, Young sophisticated program that and Associates will provide will be a mix of attracting new free business consultation businesses ; and developing through the West Tampa growth from Business Center which will 7 be located on Main and The hst of !nHoward. The center will elude: a parking : lot (whach operate on $SO 000 funding. should be completed by the end -of July) on Ysolina St., "We are announcing a near Cozy Corner; additional facade renovation program landscaping, facilities, and (with a proposed $60,000 equipment improvements at funding for the first year) Macfarlane Park (the city is which will pull together low in preparing to accept bids by Ju-terest loans and free architecly 15); a proposed mini-park tural assistance, and assist the on the corner of business owners in West Tam Main and Howard; upgrading pa in renewing their store the entry frontages at the corfronts and properties," Mor ners of Armenia and Columrison explained. "Architec bus Dr., C-herry and Rome, tural design guidelines will be and Cherry and MacDill; and developed in conjuction with installing street trees for the the business owners in the commercial district on Main community." St. from Armenia to Albany, 1 EVANSVILLE, IN. meru"ng1.t1s {t"nflamma-tt"on-of f b "The economic deve opo -Capsa I renders the vacand on Howard from Mam to "b-Capas I", a new vaccine to the membranes covering the cine virtually free of impurities Cherry. ment will also address opporprotect young children against brain and spinal cord) that can cause irritation and According to Morrison, tunities for employing those potent1"ally lt"fe-threatening Ser1"ous neuroloP.:ical aftere th d living in the area, and, most .ever m ose receiVmg It. these projects are expecte to d ;:bacterial Haemophilus ineffects may include paralysis, be completed by the early part importantly, to encourage a fluenzae type b disease (Hib}, loss of hearing, seizures and The Advisory Committee on dition business activity in the I d b h F od h 1 d 1 of I 986 area,'' Morrison said. has been c eare y t e o be av10ra an earmng Immunization Practices of the : and Drug Administration. disabilities. Hib meningitis has CDC has recommended vac"As we come toward bid"We (Mayor Martinez and Most recent estimates are been reported to be the leading cination for all children at 24 ding on various projects, we Morrison) think that as we that I in 200 -American' cause of acquired mental months of age and children are looking to encourage continue to work with the children will contract Hib retardation in the U.S. between 24 months and 5 years minority black and Hispanic community that the backbone h fi fi h u s p bl" H alth owned businesses to work with d f disease. dunng t e ust 1ve T e u 1c e of age, especially those attendand strength of Tampa an o f l.f Alth h th D t t' c t f us on those proJects," the exbl k t "II b years o 1 e. oug e i epar men s en ers or ing day care centers and the ac commum y w1 e I f d D" c t I (CDC) h ecutive mayor's assistant em-1 d h h h bactena are common Y oun tsease on ro as nursery schools. In addition it rea 1ze w 1c 1s t e presence in the nose and throat, they described the new vaccine as is recommended that im phasized. of small and medium size cari enter the blood stream and efficacious and well tolerated. munization be considered for : According to Morrison, businesses in our cause serious illness. The most A unique purific ation pro' children I8 months of age in $3 119 456 has already been community," he the s e is bacterial cedure used in the preparation high risk groups __ ....; __________ -- Psychic-Spiritualist S ummer Dances 1 Madame Ann I I I I DISC J OCKEY LOCATION Ricky Roberts Tues. July 9th Martin Luther King Rec. Complex Frank Kennedy Thurs. July 11th Grant Park Community Center Frank Amaro Tues. July 16th Riverview Terrace Ricky Roberts Thurs. July 18th Perry Harvey Park Joe Gonzalez Tues. July 23rd Forest Heights Community Center Bob Hardeman Wed. July 24th Riverview Terrace Playground Joe Gonzalez Thurs. July 25th Martin t.uther King Rec. Complex Fran k Kennedy Thurs. 1st Riverfront Park dances are scheduled to begin at 8:00 p.m. and end at 11:00 p.m. weather itting. -----Solves all Hie' s problems of Love, M-y; neaith;' Bad Luck. Re.aoves Evil dd Cianes. Gives you Lucky Numbers and Days all your qaesti0111. I Madame Ann CBJI and will help you!! 1 Results Where Have Failed. I 602$ '12 N. Dale Mabry 875-4697 "lk. N of Hlllsboroqh Bus Stop No.40 I -I Phone Yo -ur News 248-1921 _________ .,..---r-.r-.. ____ _,_,


...................................... Seminars On Drug Abuse To Deregulation Of Telephone System Be Held In Housing Projects Helped Minister Start Company BY GWEN HAYES and adolescents, Dr. Rev a Sentinel Managing Editor Reed has scheduled eight BY PA Til' ALLEN During the summer months when school is closed, many parents find it difficult to find constructive activities for their children, while at the same time increasing their knowledge. Drug and alcohol abuse is a growing problem among teens and youngsters. Many of those who become addicted get in. valved in the use of drugs because of peer pressure. Many youngsters are not familiar with different types or drugs or alcohol, yet they will use them just because a friend does. Just as drug and alcohol abuse affects the lives of grow ing youngsters, so does family violence and child abuse. seminars through the summer. Sentinel Staff Writer According to Dr. R_!!ed, The U.S. Supreme Court's these abuses are of decision to deregulate Ma Bell concern 6ecause might not have sat favorably shown that affect lower With the corporate structure at socio-economit are. "We Ma Bell, but it was a good often talk about whdt should decision in the eyes of Rev. be done, but never think of Larry Crumbley. what we can do by taking proRev. Crumbley owns and grams to areks that have been operates the Greater Bay Area labeled lower socio-economic Telephone Cmnpany which areas." supplies, 'installs; artd services The member of Beulah Baptelephones for homes or tist Church said the idea of business es. taking information on drug, "One of the greatest things alcohol, family and child this deregulation did was open abuse came to her one Sunday up for minorities to get into as she listened to her minister's business, in fields in which sermon. "That stayed on my they have been working in for mind and I went home and a long time," stated. Rev. started to work on it. Within Crumbley, who has been in two days, I had written up a business for two years. program." "General Telephone will be To help raise the level of consciousness on drugs by kids Dr. Reed is excited about providing less of a service than REV. LARRY CRUMBLEY this project because it is one what they are doing now,'' he community are," stated the that is needed. "We often say explained. "They will wire businessman who has been orto our youngsters don't do this from the telephone pole to the dained in the Baptist Church. or that, but we never give them house, then it will be up to the "With that vision I started any reason, or take time to ex-individual to find someone to working towards that goal" of plain further," she said. install and repair phones on providing service to the black Through the eight seminars; the inside. That's where my community. most of which will be held in company comes in." Rev. Crumbley explained housing project complexes, According to the 41-yearthat he "started working partOr. Reed hopes to educate the old Tampa native "for the last tiine, then eventually went full community on the danger three years the government time." He noticed that as signs of drugs, help youth to started deregulating" the "other guys vyere starting tpeir identify and drugs, phone companies. companies, they least thought establish a "Five years ago I began stuabout the black community." channel, and provide insight dying what it will take to serAccording to the l962 Midto the many problems. She vice the black community: and dleton High School graduate; ''h's moving along as well as can be exMEW _, .. dgbto11 Curl and Wave Kit CURLS & WAVES IN LESS THAN 20 MINUTES 6.79 Lustrtlsilk, the finest in hair care products The first moisture control curl and wave system NO-LYE CONDITIONING WAVE KIT WITH LUSTRA-ZYME NO-MIX pected for this period of time." He pointed out that he is on contract to do work for five different companies in the black community, including several churches Rev. Crumbley is also authorized by the Tampa Housing Authority to service their apartments. "The business is moving in the right direction," he 'ex claimed. Rev. Crumbley employs four part-time assistants. He works out of his truck, and from his shop located at 3802 \12 29th St. Throughout his four years in high school, Rev. Crumbley studied fndustrial Electronics through correspondence classes. He then worked for 4\12 years with the Coca-Cola Company, for 8 \12 years with Gray bar Electric Company, SQ and for IIY2 years with General Telephone. g "The IIY2 years at General : Telephone gave me insight and ; knowledge, which I acquired t/= from working in different = departments," the assistant ;= pastor at New Bethel Baptist g. Church and College Hill Men'"CI nonite Church explained. ''I = worked in nearly all of the ="' Frphases of the phone company. =-"Also, the motivation I received from the black conQ. tractors to venture out really encouraged me," he added Rev. Crumbley arid his wife, Irene Brooks Crumbley, are the parents of two children: Traci, 14V2, and Derek, 41/2. > "I have always wanted t.;> be :s ;Q. a b-usinessman, because everyone else in my family is in ,:I. business, Rev. Crumbley ex: 1 plained, adding that he started his own business when he was 11-years-old. According to Rev. tl:l C> Crumbley, his current business involves both his ministry and r'fj his phone skills. 1:: ''I go into a home to be a W itness," he explained. "As a minister, the caring and shar ing is there," and as a businessman, there is the in terest and concern that he is meeting the needs of the peo ple. s = "flj EMPIRE PAINTS Wet Look Activator Moisturize r FOR EXTRA-DRY HAIR 2 OZ GEL 1.99 8 OZ. -GEL 4.99 2301 E. Hillsborough Ave. 238-0351 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 Palm River Plaza Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241"2301247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up -------------------PAINT LATEX .... $2.79 OUTSIDE WHITE. $6.49 ROLLER PAN SET ............. $1.49 Ea. 3" BRUSHES ................... 49 Ea. SALE PRICES GOOD WITH THIS AD ONL YU!!


FlORIDA SENTINEl BULLETIN l USPS 202 140 Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin Publishing Co 2207 21st Avenue. Tampa Florida 33605 .. + I : ... + Mail all Correspondence To: P 0 Box 3363 Tampa Fl. 33601 < Member of national Newspaper Publishers Assciation (NNP..A): and Am+ algamated Publishers, Inc New York. + CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS 1 t = 19011977 BETTY DAWKINS Founder General Ad. fer_tising Director C. 8L YTHE ANDREWS, JR. C. BL Yl'HE ANDREWS, President and Publisher Circulation 'Manager SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS ( CAMILLE WILLIAMS Genera/ Manager Office Manager GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor SIMON JOHNSON ROSE CRUTCHFIELD AYELINO CASELLA$ RAMOS Society Editor Production Directors Second Class Postage Paid At Tampa Florida t l = t SUBSCRIPTION RATES t + $31 Per Year Bath Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. !I t PHONE: 248-1921 : A Natio nal Monument For Black Patriots This newspaper strongly supports the current to erect, between the Washington Monument the Lincoln Memorial, a mounument honoring ulack patriots of the Revolutionary War. The effort is being led by Maurice Barboza, a lobbyist for the American Bar Associa He reportedly said, "Blacks fought honorably the Revolutionary War, and this monument be a tribute to them .. and for all slaves .. who for freedom." We feel these are fantastic ns for having a monument of this type. Throughout the history of the war which freed the from England, the role of Black patriots, ough significant, has been poorly reported. This takes on particular irony because the very first ual killed by the British in the American was a Black person, Crispus Attucks. He was martyred while leading a group of colonists against a number of British soldiers had callously clubbed a barber's apprentice. His death on March 5, 1770 signaled a dawning of a new day of American history, and laid the foundation for the eventual liberation of the colonies and the formula tion of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. = During the course oJ the Revolutionary War, Blacks exhibited courage and acts of valor which, coupled with the valiant fighting of the other col onists resulted in independence for the former col onies. Therefore, the monument will proclaim to all the world that Black people, who for the major portion of our country's history, have been suppressed, were nonetheless very instrumental in the liberation a'nd establishment of this country. Barboza doesn't want the monument to be an ostentatious one. He is seeking "a simple memorial fitting for a humble people." His intentions are noteworthy and we hope, will result in the erection of a monument in which all Americans can take pride. Sentinel Closed Office July 4 In observance of Independence Day, July 4, the Sentinel-Bulletin office will be closed on Thursday. All advertising and other news ;::J o items for Friday's publication should be in .... this office no later than 10 a.m. Wednesday, i BY RUDOLPH HARRIS July 4th: Blacks And The American Revolution PART I If you are Black and anyone tells you that American In dependence is simply an oc casion for White people, you can well tell them to take that lie and "shove it". Blacks, though victims of bondage in this land, wrote one tremen dous bank note to cash in on freedom's account during the American Revolution. When the first scrimmages were held at Lexington and Concord, Blacks were well represented on the field of bat tle. The famous Battle of Bunker Hill was significantly punctuated with the heroics of Black Minute Men. Peter Salem and Salem Poor were heroes that day. One Black soldier, Lemuel Haynes, fought in all of the early battles of the initial stages of the so-called War of Indepen dence. He was at both Lexington and Concord, as well as at Bunker Hill. When Thomas Paine wrote the "Crisis" during th darkest days of the American Revolution, as Washington's Army literally froze at Valley Forge and White men began to desert, General Washington had to go begging, recruiting Black slaves from Rhode Island and Connecticut to replenish the Continental Ar my. When the British General Willi m Raspl)erry Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, marking the last battle of the War, over 5,000 Black men stood in uniform in Continental Army. Hun dreds had fought in various statb militia. They were with Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys, "Swamp Fox" Marion and his guerilla band hailing from the Carolinas, and numerous other freedom fighters who operated from the towns cities of colonial America. Black men were w represented, as well, in United States Navy, fightiJngJI under the captainship of heralded Mark Starlin. Starlin, as many of you have heard of, was the only Black naval captain in Virginia's history. He made daring night raids on British vessels. Ironically, Starlin was reclaimed by a slave-master af ter the war, remaining in bon dage until lie died. Another -Negro, Caesar Terront, I piloted the Virginia vessel, Women About To Clean up The Air "Patriot", was f?r gallantry m act10n 1 WASHINGTON -A four found out the hard way, numerous battles. Inspite o group of Washington women, when her 11-year-old daughter all of these great acts o including the wives of some of came with Prince's loyalty, devotion, the city's most powerful men, ."Purple Ram." "She bought patriotism, many of may be about to do for our It because she liked 'Let's Go Black men suffered the children what we couldn't-or Crazy,' but then I heard the fate as Captain Starlin, would n 't-do for them words to 'Darling Nikki, with ed to slavery where they ourselves. They are about to its lyrics about a girl masturclean up their air bating with a magazine, and I The polluters these women started paying attention. have in mind are not the "Then I happened to talk smokestack industry but the with Susan Baker, whom I had record industry. Like us, they met through an international are sick of the filth that passed club we both belong to, and I for lyrics on some of the most found out she was going popular records, tapes and through the same thing with videos. Unlike us, they are her eight children. We got prepared to move: have movtogether with Howar ed, in fact. (whose husband is a construeMrs. Albert Gore Jr. (he's tion executive), Sally Nevius the Tennessee senator) and (her husband Jack is a former l Mrs. James A. Baker III (he's chairman of the D.C. City the Treasury secretary) are no Council) and Ethelynn blue-nose record smashers. Stuckey (wife of the former They are mothers who are Georgia congressman) and distressed that their children decided to try to do something are being exposed to a filth, about it. violence, sado-masochism and They formed the Parents explicit sex whenever they Music Resource Center (655 switch on their favorite radio 15th St N w w h. t ., as mg on, station or watch_ televised 20005) and managed to swing vidoes. They aren't demandenough clout to get Stan Gor ing censorship; they want a tikov, president of the Record choice. ing Industry Association of As a very minimum, they America to come down from want the record industry to New York to meet with them. label their products after the They also persuaded Edward style of the movie industry, so Fritts, president of the Nathat at least they and their tional Association of Broadchildren know what they are casters, to ask 45 recording buying. As it is now, you can't companies to supply written Blacks from Haiti, where today many of the refugees come from, voluntarily came across and helped the American Colonies in their quest for freedom. Some historians wrote that the "Footages Legion", as they were called, saved the day the siege of Savannah. "Had they faltered, all may well have been lost." The reference was to the battle which took place in that Georgia city on October 9, 1779. Hatian fighting men held back a fierce British attack that might well have wiped out the French and American armies. Perhaps the most Black mari in the struggle American Independence was Crispus A.ttucks. Attucks was the great Alpha of them all, being the first to die back 1770 for the cause in heralded Boston Massacre. alwavs tell. So have fun Thursday, but never forget what we, as other Americans, are celebrating. The right to freedom and dignity for Blacks in this land is en shrined! 3. of (Continued On Page 16) ........................................................................ ...


---------------The Truth Is The Light Before I go off the deep end here, let me offer my wholehearted support to the release the hostages. It is unfortunate that terrorist acts happen, but, they do. Let us say a silent prayer for the gentleman that lost his life. For he was truly a victim. People have problems everywhere No matter what part of the world. We may think that our problems are the worst, but, if we were to only give thanks and praise for being alive, our problems would probably not be the problems that they are. At least, in magnitude, anyway The problems of the world must not rest on one shoulder. We must all lend a helping hand or at least, a listening ear. We m ust be aware of what-'s happening around us, 'iest we become close-minded dividuals. In short, we become an ignorant It seems as though everywhere we turn, a tragedy is unfolding or has unfolded. Children shooting themselves and each other because of a loose and loaded gun lying around the house. Us, killing each other over senseless mat ters and us, falling out of our long-established friendships and relationships over some "you-say-1-say" mess. Some of us truly do have "Big Mouths." The truth is the light. teeth. As I got older, I realized that I didn't have to lie. They say, ''with-age comes wisdom." Well, now that I'm 32 years old and much clos er to Almighty God, it is easier for me. Everything is easier for me because I believe. MY .OPINIO ======--Bl Rudolph Harris Conduct In Hostage Crisis Insensitive Last Friday's comments by ing American warships off President Reagan suggesting coast of Lebanon threatening retaliation against Lebanon military action was most inafter the hostages were sensitive. In fact, the hostages released was totally insensitive themselves had to and irresponsible. In fact, negatively against those remarks by the president Reagan's motives. Some ....... 1 ..... almost sabatoged the effort to it "stupid". free the hostages, at a most The President's conduct left critical juncture. Those a Jot to be desired and might American hostages certainly have been actually owe no thanks to the President harassing to many of the United States for their In the eyes of the world freedom. munity, it did not speak Perhaps Mr. Reagan was for our AmeriCan go,..-ernmtenlt disappointed in the attitude of When one looks back most of the 39 men who spoke reflects upon former positively about the motive of Jimmy Carter during the hijackers. It is very doubtsimilar ordeal in Iran, ful that any red carpets will be Reagan's conduct seems all laid at the White House for more .."''' .. those, now freed, American knows, in a and men. In fact_. whether the sitive crisis with the Smriet president will bother to invite Union such as what them is speculative. Hostage Kennedy experienced in spokesman, since their ordeal, Cuban Missile situation Allyn Blair Conwell might President Reagan would have shown too much commost dangerous to have passion for the hijackers' America's nuclear button position. Oftentimes he made This just may have well remarks which perhaps did not the event to bring out the reflect well the kind of administration view and patriotism Mr.:Reagan and once and for all the ., .. r ...... some other Americans convulnerabilities of the nd narrow-min in-wouldn't be if we were to open up to one another, be honest with each other, "it don't cost you nothing." When I was in my teens, I lied, boy, did I lie a lot. So did you. I mean I'd be looking you in the eyes and ly ing through my "gapped". I believe that we can make it work. I believe that we can make it happen. For ourselves and for others if we only give ourselves a chance to trust one another. Honesty is still the best policy, it's easier to remember. Lying is hard work, because your brain must work harder to keep on lying. Happy Birthday Romello Rodriguez, June 29. Peace Be Unto You. sider appropriate and proper. of the most powerful rnoont1f ... The President's insensitivity on the face of the earth. "'= was quite lacking even in his Americans would do well to ;. remarks late Sunday when the keep their fingers crossed over men were landed in Germany the next three and a half years ::r J'NOTHER VIEW back In his televised remarks, he before Mr. Reagan's term is a_ The news is dominated these refused to up. For there will be more days detailing the plight of th had been the key 10gredients 10 hijackings and other such in Americans who were aboard a t he hostage's rel_ease. cidents which will require jet and held to Nabih more serious and sensitive hostage in t the Middle East. Bern, or SYJ;la s Assad. lea A Great Natl on countries have for America, safe return of 0?r d weaknesses ; !, l 'ts ld 't 't' d Mr Reagan s actton sen _.....,.....,.....,..-.., _______ ..... so 1ers, 1 s c1 1zens an 1ts '4J My country tears of thee, property. The hostage somebody Black Trustee ::S sweet land of liberty of thee I situation was a most unforMoreover, Amencans become sang because you are the land tunate one. concerned because America Js Landmark of the free and the home of the The situation did not surallows too many people to I -brave. These words once rang prise me. It is not the first such take liberties with us. Fo r AMA out across the world. situation And it will not be I notice that Russia does not r Everybody knew that those the last. Terrorist groups and the same as the g. words referred to America. countries are learning more States w1t_h small counCHICAGO Election of l"!'l America had grown from 13 and more about what they can tnes groups. I the first black to the American e: separate colonies into one of do to Amer 1 ca and get away wond_er 1f 1t_1s because of th_e Medical Association's board :=Those who are familiar with ""' the most respected and powerwith it. The questi'on 1 s how war-hke attitude that Russia of trustees is a landmark for :s American history are aware r1.1 ful nation's the world has ever long is that going to go on. takes. What about world the AMA and will lead to that America's image has been known. When will Am er 1 ca stop peace you ask? We need world minority participation in 10 a state of decline dating So strong did America back to the short adtending to everybody else's peace. though, not the 260,000-member organizabecome, until this country business and take better care enoug h countnes are concerntion, AMA delegates say. ministration of President John took it upon itself to be the big of our own. It matters not how ed about world peace. It apDr. Lonnie R. Bristow, a F. Kennedy. No longer is brother, the protector, the rich America is, we can't go on pears that the United States is specialist in internal medicine America considered the home provider, the arbitrator and trying to take care of the the only country that really from Berkely, Calif., on h of the brave. No longer do t e disciplinarian for all other other countries feel that Instead, Jet us help cares. Wednesday became one of 14 countries around the world. when we can and let us help America needs an image trustees, who oversee a $125 America is the finest fighting h 1 Amenca became so involved only those who want our help. over au The one that was so million annual budget. machine in the world. in international affairs until it In addition, America must graciously painted in the Star "I think it's a landmark," Oh, the American soldiers began to meddle in the affairs let everybody know that we led Banner is fading and said Dr. Audley F. Conner Jr., and their equipment are of others. among the finest the wotld has are still a strong, proud, brave slowly becoming a myth. Not a delegate from Chicago America constantly lectured ever known. The difference and efficient country. We need only is the image dying, but so "The fact that he won on the to other countries about how h to make it clear every II; ttle is this land of the home, the first ballot means he pretty as come in the fighting and they should live and soon was 1 country or little group .that brave and the so-called free. well had a majority ... '' po 1tical philosophies of the met with mixed emotions. their oats can't push us America needs some leaders Bristow said being black politicians in Washington, h Countries knew that while around. We must re-estabi 1 'sh w o do not fear to negotiate "has been a small factor" in D.C. America has reached a America was preaching our reputation and our image. but will not negotiate out of his participation in organized pomt where our philosophy idealism to them, America had That is the only way to make fear. America needs some medicine. "It's never been a bl If h now is to negotiate or buy our 1 d h '11 some pro ems 1tse t at our citizens safe as they travel ea ers w o w1 not go to war maJ or factor. In many ways, way out of a conflict. needed cleaning up. As time about in other countries or at the drop of a hat, but will it's been an advantage. The problem with America moved on, countries began to even as they work for the not sit by and twiddle their There's a certain amount of today is that it preaches one tire of America and its medUnited States in other counthumbs while America and its curiosity, and of visibility." thing and does another. It condling Likewise, nations got tries. citizens are abused, kidnapped Bristow last year missed tinues to meddle in the affairs tired of America's preaching. Even American citizens are and held hostage. election to the board by only of other nations, and is Suddenly countries began to allowing too many countries losing faith in America. Unless we get this kind of eight votes. Members are "'= rebel against us. The respect to put us on the spot and get Young men and women avoid leadership, we are all going to chosen by the AM A's > that was there once began to away with it. War should be theUnitedStatesarmedforces stand by and watch the death 370-member House of turn to resentment and in avoided. But there is a time to because they are tired of of a great nation cailed the Delegates, its policymaking "'1'l ........... .. .. ...... ................


-= IT'S YOU ROSE CRUTCHFIELD THE CARROLL FAMILY UNITES IN "5 Eleven years ago, the Carroll Family decided to unite in Tampa for the 4th of July, unknowing at the time that this would become a major part of their lives on a continuing pattern. That reunion in 1975 was such a success that they did it I again the next year in South Carolina, their landmark. This c time with more family members joining in, seeing that this was truly the anchor of something good. July 4th was set aside as "Being with the family day." Even if it meant traveling to Orlando, Fl. or Baltimore, Md. They t:l = = I t:l t:l traveled by chartered bus, plane, train or car; turning out in greater numbers each year. The "Reunion" became a household word for the grand occasion of the year. It's like having Christmas in July. Receiving the blessed gift of seeing those now familiar faces once again. The old to the young grow to know and enjoy each other. So, eleven years later, with many family members gone but not forgotten, the descendants of the late Ben and Eunice Car roll will sponsor their annual reunion with Mr. and Mrs. Trum mer (Lula Bell) Tucker, chairpersons; and Mrs. Mary L. Brantley, co-chairperson. The event will occur July 3rd thru 5th. Expected travelers from Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, West Virginia, Maryland, New York, Texas, Ken tucky, Rhode Island, Maine, Illinois, Germany and Hawaii, will be accommodated by the Quality Inn East and relatives in the area for their stay here. Much tiine and planning was made to make this reunion a success. Travel coordinators are: Mr. and Mrs. James (Liz) Carroll, from Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Dave (Wilma) Mc Cloud from Camden, Rembert and Sumter, S.C.; communica tions spokespersons, James Carroll, Baltimore, Md., Francis Jackson, Winter Park, Betty J. Carroll, Camden, S.C., Louise Ferguson, Rembert, S.C., and Tonni Williams, Tampa. Food and funds committee: Pamela Brantley, Anna English and Annie Fribbly; Program chairpersons, Mr. and Mrs. Author (Gennie) Ellengton; Recreation: Floyd Walters; T-Shirts: Tonni Williams; and the Hospitality Hostess at the Hotel, Gwendolyn Carroll. The itinerary of events includes a Happy Hour, reunion pr<;> gram and banquet dinner, pool party, disco for (children), a tour of the Cigar City, and State vs State Baseball game at the 21st Street Park. GAMBRELL FAMILY REUNION The Gambrell's First Family Reunion will be held July 1 thru 8. All members of th$! Gambrell Family are to report to 1:1mar vin King Gambrell's 248-2017, or 248-6226, Roscoe Gambrell. The activities will be held at Jackson Heights Playground on 34th Street. All members of the Gambrell Family are asked to be at The Jackson Height Estates Apt. at 3704 Lowry Court and all members are asked to bring a covered dish. For more information, call Mrs. Gladys Howard at 238-5007; Jacklyn James, 238-3277; Edith Sails, 238-3402; or Ethel Mae Gambrell, 248-9932. Rose Jones is the reporter. New Deadllnesll For Church Advertisement All Social, Club, Birthday News "'" 2 PM Thursday 2 PM Tuesday Recently, graduation ceremonies were held at United College, Tampa, where Barbara L. Glover received her certificate in Data En try/Ccinfputer Programming. Ms. Glover graduated with honors and has exemplified leadership abililty in her field. She is a 1976 graduate of Hillsborough High School, and a 1978 graduate of Hillsborough Community College where she received an A.A. degree in Criminal Justice BARBARA GLOVER Ms. Glover is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Gloria) Kirnes, of Tampa, and the granddaughter of Presiding Elder -O.H. Houston, Daytona Beach. She plans to attend Florida Atlantic University, in Boca Raton, and pursue a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. She has been of fered a position with B&H Consultants and Associates in West Palm Beach, as a Computer Analysis. NEW POSITION Ms. Karen Slater has been named Director of Programs at Metropolitan Ministries, Inc. Karen was formerly Director of Volunteers for the Ministries, and was promoted to her new position, in which she supervises and coordinates all services for clients of the agency. Each family who cOmes to Metropoli tian Ministries seeking shelter is interviewed by Karen, and she assigns them a room based on the space available in the two shelter houses. If there is no space available, Karen makes calls to other agencies seeking help for the family. Karen interviews, on a regular basis, families who are cur rently living at Metropolitan Ministries. She helps them access '!iervices they are eligible for and which other agencies might provide to them, and counsels with the breadwinner of the family to help him find employment. Karen's greatest satisfac tion in her work comes when she is able to help a family work through its crises to a point where they are able to leave Metropolitan Ministries, and begin to "make it on their own"! An Applied .Anthropology graduate of The University of South Florida, Karen is currently working on a Masters Degree in Public Health. She is a member of the Volunteer Center of Hillsborough Com ;tty, and Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society for Sociology as formerly with the traveling cast of "Up t With .Peopte ", as a '' performer and as a public relations representative. When the new Family Care Center is built next to the current shelter house, Karen will be working with 48 families. She is now supervising and coordinating activities for 13 families and looks forward to the time in the next 18 months when she will be working in a expanded and able to help many, many more children and families find their way to selfsufficiency. VISITS IN NEW YORK AND CANADA Mrs. Geneva L. Ferrell flew via Eastern Air Lines to enjoy a fun-filled vacation in New York and Canada. She was a guest of her brothers and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. James Lies of Queens and Mr. and Mrs. Morris McDuffie of Brooklyn. In New York, she enjoyed a Broadway Show, "Grind", star nng Ben Vereen. The social gatherings of many relatives and friends were super. A variety of many spots in the city and eateries were delightful. She also worshipped at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Long Island, J.P. Mitchell, pastor. Mrs. Ferrell spent three glorious days in Montreal, Ganaque, and Quebec, Canada. Tours consisted of the famous St. Joseph Cathedral, Notre Dame, Olympic Park, home of the Montreal Expos, and scene of the 1980 Olympics. A beautiful scenic cruise aboard the Triple Decker Liner to view the 1000 many different buildings, beautiful landscaping, and mce restaurants, was amazing. Mrs. Ferrell reported having a wonderful' time Sbe employed with the City of Tampa as a Payroll Clerk. and is 1! member of New Salem M.B. Church Rev J p Saunders pastor. MRS MARY TOWNSEND ... Reporter Sunday School began at the usual time at all churches in the community with the superintendents and teachers at their posts. The lesson was reviewed by the Pastor. Wor ship services began at 11 a.m. at First Baptist Church with the officers leading the devo tion. The No. Two Ushers and Choir served. The sermon was by the Pastor. Evening services began at 5 p.m. with the officers in charge. The same ushers and choir served The Pastor preached out of his soul at both services. Many visitors were present at all services. Please pray for the sick and the shut-in. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Simon motored to Cleveland, Ohio for a family reun.ion. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Townsend motored to Alabama for their vacation. FREE GLASSES Paid Medicaid Call: Dr. L.A. Martinez Optometrist 876-6085 (Continued On NEW DEADLINES For Church Advertisement Social Advertisement All Social, Club, Birthday News 2 PM Thursday For Tuesday Edition 2PM Tuesday For Fr:lday Edition THEJETSETTERS SOCIAL CLUB Will Give A way A One Day Cruise For Two ON THE CRUISE SHIP Sea Escape -July 3, 1985 At The Blue Diamond Bar & Lounge 3 In-House Prizes $10.00 Each Free Food -Music By Larry Super Disco


ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY UP-DATE Beta Sigma Zeta C h a !)ter of Zeta Phi Beta Sororit y m oves progressively under the dynamic leader s hip of Lila L. Nichols as Bas ileu s A s sisting Basileus Nichols to make things happen in Zeta are other elected officers as well as the remaining members of the chapter Willie Mile Cross, First Anti-Basileus ; Thelma Craig, Second Anti-Basileus; M. Doris Wilson, Third Anti Basileus; Dr. Alma Hires, Grammateus; Altamease Nickson, Tamias; Ruth Brady, LILA L. NICHOLS Tamias-Grammateus; Cynthia .... Basileus Br.ady, Bessie Rodriquez, Phylacter; Selena Miles, Epistoleus; Ozie Dew, Manager of Business Affairs and Jessie Artest, Chaplain. MARY B. RUSS Birthday wishes are extend ed to Mrs. Mary B. Russ of Cottondale/Ocala, who will be celebrating her 99th birth day July 3. Birthday greetings are s ent out to Debra Jeanise Dawl-iT'Is who is celebrating hPr 19th birthday today She is the daughter of Betty and Johnny Dawkins, and the granddaughter of Mattie! Williams and Adell and Eli Dc..vkins. Debra, a sophomore at HCC, is a member of Peace Baptist Church and sings with the No. 3 Choir. She is employed by Sears Roebuck Company MISS ROSE Some of those that will be DEBRA DAWKINS wishing her a Happy Birthday White, also tpday, July 2; wiltbe sister, Beverly and god Marsha (Lynn) White, June sister, Shawna Nicole. 30th; and their father, Otis Other members of her famiWhite, June 27th; and god fy that are wished a happy s1ster, Shawna Nicole, July The year's began with the Southeastern Leadership Conference held m November at the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia. The National Theme: "Zetas Working Together Rendering Services to Improve the +Iuman Condi tion". Regional Focus: "Participation: A Special Role for Minority Organization in the Community Parental Involve, ment". Mrs. Russ is the mother of Ulysses Russ of Tampa. The Russ family and other relatives are joined by friends in ex tending birthday greetings. birthday are cousins, Sandra 5 h Local Promoted Beta Sorority encourages total community par ticipatiOn m the development of programs and agencies to redress the plight of this nation's educational status disadvan children and for the rights of parents. The has a national thrust "Assault on Illiteracy (AOIP) through youth, careers and employment, the news media, minority training and placement voter education and registration and microscoping minority problems. Included in the w:re Amicae and Archonettes. Zetas from Tampa were Lila N1chols, Barbara L. Wiggs, Selena Miles, Cynthia Brady Ozie Dew, Bessie Rodriquez, M. Doris Wilson and Willie' Mae Cross. In March, Area Five', c omprised of chapter s from Tampa Plant City, Bradenton, Palmetto, Sarasota and Ft. Myer s : celebrated "Founders Day" at the Ramada Inn in Ft. Myers The gue s t s peaker at the luncheon meeting was Sarah Green a member of Zeta Rho Chapter. She is also the "Executi 've Director" of Manatee Opportunit y Council and the President of the National Deadstart Association. Tampa Zeta receiving honors was Ozie Dew for having the distinction of being the first "Area Five Coordinator". Zetas, Amicae and Archonet tes from Tampa and St. Petersburg traveled together via chartered bus to this event. In March, "Finer Womanhood Week" was culminated with Brunch held at the Quality Inn Motel on 50th Street. Included m the attendance were Amicae (Friends of Zeta) Archonettes (Zeta Youth Group), 1985 Debonairs (Zeta youth group) parents of Debonairs and Archonettes and other guests R.eceiving. and awards were Lena Spencer, past Basileus; WJihe Mae Cross, First Anti-Basileus and Row-:na Brady, recently retired from the public school system. fiVe year members receiving certifictes were Dr. Hazel Harvey, Miles and Dr. Alma Hires. Guest speaker for the was Dr. Alma Hires, a local Zeta and a professor at the Hillsborough Community College. KENYA SCOTT Happy Birthday to Kenya Amir Scott who is celebrating his third birthday today, July 2. Kenya is the son of Kenneth and Darlene Carey Scott, grandson of Mrs. Katherine Carey and Mack and Patricia Scott, and great grandson of Mrs. Annie Mae Ammons Kenya celebrated his birthday on Saturday where he received love and gifts from his family and friends at Chuck E. Cheese. He attends Sacred Heart Academy Kindergarten. cfionettes and other invited guests at "Morrison Cafeteria' In May, Zetas traveled to Orlando, along with the Amicae and Archonettes for the Florida State Leadership Conference held at the J-:lilton Inn. Even though the official delegates were and Bessie Lewis, eighteen Zetas, eight Am1cae and SIX Archonettes traveled to Orlando Election of state officers was held and Ms. M. Doris Wilson was elected In May, Zeta Phi Beta sponsored their sixth annual "Men State Antapokritis. highlight of the meeting was the of Tomorrow" activity at Curon "Assault on Illiteracy Program" conducted by tis Hixon presenting fourteen Mildred C. Bradham, Past Grand Basileus and National young men of tomorrow. WinDirector of Research, Development, Planning and ning the coveted title was Bessie J. Canty is the State Director. Clarence Lee II, son of Mr. Also in May, Zeta Phi Beta, Beta Sigma Chapter held and Mrs. Clarence Lee. Shar"Recognition and Appreciation Service" by sharing in the ing the honors with him were Morning Worship Service at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Rev. Danny Marshall, son of Mrs. ames H. Simon, Pastor. The theme was "Enhancing the Augusta Thomas and Mr. strengths of Black Families: "Focusing on Finer Womanhood, James D. Marshall, Jr. and RONALD HUGHES Ronald J. Hughes, Project Engineer at James A. Haley Veterans' Hospital, Tampa, has been promoted to Asst. Chief Engineer at Veterans' Administration Lakeside Hospital, Chicago, Illinoios. Ronald is a 1979 honor graduate of Southern Univer sity's College of Engineering. Prior to coming to Tampa, he held the positions of Staff Engineer at Saginaw Veterans' Administration Medical Center in Saginaw, Michigan and Assoc. Mechanical Engineer at Chevrolet Metal Casting Plant, which is a divi sion of General Motors, Inc. and also located in Saginaw, Michigan. While at Tampa V .A. he served as Chief, Planning, Control, and Design Section with professional responsibili ty for the facility's construc tion program. These respon sibilities included planning, design coordination of new construction, alterations and minor improvement pro jects, with a total budget well over a million dollars. As Full Assistant Chief in Chicago, Ronald will be responsible for providing pro fessional engineering services and management skills in planning and supervising the hospital's engineering pro gram. Lakeside Veterans' Ad ministration Hospital is a 19.. story, 515 bed acute general medical, surgical and psychiatric facility, located on the shore of Lake Michigan. Ronald is the 28-year-old son of Jeff and Susie Hughes of 'Baton Rouge, Louisiana. While in Tampa, he was an ac tive coach in the Belmont Heights Baseball League and active member of the Pi Iota Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Ronald, also known as "RJ", spends his time golfing, bowling, reading and listening to music. Male Leadership and Youth Aspirations". After an inspiraEric Spain, son of Mr. and tiona! message by the pastor, scholarships were given to the Mrs. Horace Spain. --Little Children In The World fourteen Debonairs of 1985; Plagues for outstanding services Day Care Center rendered to the sorority were presented to Birdie Simpson, Eight new members have Located At Pilgrim Rest M.B. Church Altamease Nickson, Selena Miles, Cynthia Brady and M. Doris joined our ranks in the last Wilson. Contributions were given to the "Stork's Nest" and two years. Being welcomed 4202 Nassau Street the "Tampa Urban League." last year were Ruby French, = ; '" = = :Si I'D ; ""= = r:J' fiJ =I'D =t'!':l = =::::!. Participating on the program in various capacities were Cur. Carrie Williams, Beatrice Is Now Accepting Applications For Enrollment. tiss Wilson, Maxine Douglas, Marion Flowers, Bessie RodriBlack and Rub)' Williams. Be-Ages 2 Yrs. To After School Care. "1:1 quez, Ella G,. Cusseaux, Ozie Dew, Margaret Bryant, Francis ing initiated in June 1985 were Johnson, Willie Mae Cross, Carrie Williams, Margaret Bass, Pearl Davis, Nina Hubbard, Operator, Mary H. Buie, License C-T-300-P t'Pl Mamie Dismuke, Lila Nichols. After services, fellowship conEmma Thomas and Elaine 879-0445 Or 872-6247 .. t.inued .. with .. the.-ne._b.ojnjajirislianidiltihjelirllliilii.AIImlicialei'.IAir.... W.Iil.li.am .. sl ...................


Members of the Middleton High School class of 1960 who attended reunion activities included: Seated left to right, Nina Berry Small, Ruth Spencer, Mar2arett William, Hazel Riggins Miles, Louise Cherry Favors, Mary Bradford Williams, Elaine Williams Gibson, Elsie Daniels Hires, and Betty Wilson Ennis. Green Ward, William Bosfield, Jerome Anderson, Herbert Char.les, Almatine Clemons, Robert Williams, Doretha Graham, Viola Jones Fitzgerald, David McCray, Clarence Thomas, Mary Bradford, Thomas Aikens (partially hidden), Barbara Sutton, and Carolyn Wheeley Marion. Standing left to right, Betty Gray, Helen Fields Armstrong, Rita Chester Anderson, Carolyn Royal Upshaw, Robert Dilsworth, Sharon Bell Green, Julia Rear: Carl Warren, Gerare Williams, Robert Gatlin, and Moses Coley. Church Service Upshaw recites The Creation during the banquet of the Class of '60 25th AnAndrea served as chef at the picnic. Dancing to the beat of the music. SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Discour .aged, Influenced Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Today. Weekdays Af ter 5 P.M. Anytime On Weekends. Daily Wessings. 1 (813) 677-2971


UNCF PLAQUE PRESENTED TO TECO OFFICIAL During the 1985 organizational meeting of the United Negro College F und, a plaque was presented to Thomas A. Ruddell, center, Vice President of Corporate Communications, Tampa Electric Company, for outstanding financial and employee support. UNCF committeemen looking on are, left, Earl Haugabook and Burnis Kilpatrick, and on the right, Kenneth A. Sinkler, who the presentation and Robert Guy. one Your News 248-192 THE DOUBLE DECKER TRAVEL CLUB Presents Their Summer Western dance Friday, July 5, 1985 Dance I 0-2Free Cocktails I st Hour Sons Of Italy Hall -33 J 5 Lemon Music And Show By: Unlimited Power Casual And Western Attire 3 Cosh Prizes For Best Western Outfit DONATION: $6.00 8.Y.0.8. PLANT SITTER Your houseplants need not succumb while you're off on vacation. Let them rest in the bathtub and they should be fresh upon your return. Line tub bottom with an old bathtowel; place bricks on this, one per pot. Fill tub with water up to bricktops; place plants atop. Clay pots are best for this as porous material al;l sorbs enough moisture to keep plants for a long time. ANN FRANCIS DOLAN MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1965 Celebrates 20YEAR REUNION JULY 4 JULY 7. 1985 Thursday, 9 P.M. Until COSTUME PARTY (Clothes From The SO's And 60's) At THE CUBAN -HALL PATIO Friday,_lO A.M. -1 P.M. BRUNCH Bay Harbor Inn, Courtney Campbell Causeway. 1 P.M. -4 P.M.-REGISTRATION & HOSPITALITY 8 P.M.-CLASS NIGHT & DANCE "Memory Lane" Saturday,10A.M. -1 P.M. SPIRIT Of TAMPA CRUISE Around Tampa Bay (Open To The PubiJc At $4.00 Per Person) 8 P.M. CLASS BANQUET (Attire Formal) Sunday, 11:00 A.M. WORSHIP At ST. JOHN'S PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1:00P.M. -fAMILY PICNIC Booker Creek Park In PineUas County (Oldsmar) For Information Please Contact: Melvin Nelson, 236-23 J J, Or Marina Pilcher, 986-3531 IT'S ADULT SCHOOL GRAD Artis R. Ponds graduated from the Hillsborough County Adult School on June 10. He is the son of Mrs. Lill ,ie Mae lgles and his sister is Thadetta Ponds. FLORIDA COED VISITS PARENTS Miss Andrea Hopkins, Miss Teenage of 1984, who attends the University of Florida, was home last weekend for a visit with her family. She -is the daughter of Mr. Willie Hopkins, Jr. She lives with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hopkins, Sr. in Hyde Park. NOTARY GROUP ELECTS BYRD Miss Ruby L. Byrd, Tampa, has been elected to membership in the American Society of Notaries, a national nonprofit orgahization pfpersons who hold the office of notarY,_publ!c. Miss Byrd is the Owner/ Administrator of Joy's Family Liv ing Boarding Home, Inc. FORMER TAMPAN DIES IN HUNTSVILLE Friends of Nathaniel Griffin were saddened at the news of his recent death in Huntsville Alabama. Final rites were held at Huntsville's First Mis sionary Baptist Church. The Rev. Julius R. Scruggs delivered the eulogy. Mr. Griffin best known as "Nate", became a member of First Union Baptist Church at the age of twelve. He attended the public schools of Tampa, and was graduated from Mid dleton High School in 1958. He was graduated with honors I from Morehouse College in NATHANIEL GRIFFIN 1962, and then attended New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas. For the past 22 years he had lived in Huntsville _He worked for General Electric, Computer Sciences, and NASA, prior to starting his own business, D. P. Associates, Inc., serving as president until his illness. Besides his wife, Tommie Hughes Griffin, and six children, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Jannie Williams Griffin, rAt IWBIIIIII INTRA-CITY CLUB The Intra-City Social and Civic Club meetings for the month of June were held at the homes of Ms. Ronetta Levy, 4208 E. Paris St., and Ms. Iris Miller, LaSalle St, Carver City. The Intra-City Club will sponsor a summer dance August 17. Birthday celebrants for the month are Mrs. Mae Jeffers, Mrs. Vera Bunke and Ms. Iris Miller. There was a delicious meal served by the hostesses. Mrs. Charlie Mae Roberts will host the next meeting. Mrs. Violet Latson is the President. MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1971 The Middleton High School Class of 1971 will hold a meeting of all class members on July 20, at 5 p.m. at Rowlette Park. The agenda includes the election of officers and planning for the 15-year reunion in 1986. For more information, please call S.B. Rich, 933-8299. CANDY-N-COMPAMY Presents "For Your Eyes Only" {Featuring Summer Apparel) On Saturday, July 6, 7:30-11 : 00 P.M At The TAMPA AIRPORT HILTON 2225 North Lois Avenue {In The Grand Ballroom) DONATION: $7.00, In Advance; $8.00, At Door """ > = =-... I = Q =-tr1 =-; = CIJ Hors d'oeuvres Served Immediately After Show. z A Candy-N-Compony Production


z '-"l f--Of Trash Tampa 48 Tons In West Gathered Cleanup More than 50 volunteers the West Tampa Cleanup Committee last Saturday in gathering more than 48 tons of trash. The City of Tampa provided eight col lection trucks for the removal of trash from the community. Donations were provided by more than 30 merchants in the community. Residents of West Tampa and other communities, city officials and other agencies pitched : jn to clean up the area. Another such project is planned for later this yeat. From left to right, Vicente Lopez, Ken Nuznof, and Steve Bruton. '-"l Workers of the West Tampa Cleanup Project load trash onto a garbage truck provided by the City of Tampa. 15-0Z. SHAMPOO or C _ONOITIONER PACk Of 4 l!m l 2 HOR H...., IN\ ID.MtN I /" 1(1 1 \11 Rtc,t ..... NI ; N 1'T"'N K # ... .... BENADRYL Now available without a prescription. The number one prescribed allergy relief medicine. Benadryl is now available without a doctor's pres 18.> .......... -... cription from your Eckerd Drug Store Sto p by today and try any of the Benadryl products by Parke-Davis. See your E c k e rd pharmacist for more detai l s .................................................................................... ..


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.. .. !!!!T!!!o!!!T!!!!!!he!!!!!!!E!!!!!d!!!!!it!!!!o!!!r.,.. could do their own copies." For the last 18 years, when the copy machines haven't worked in the University of South Florida administration building Quick Copy Shop, Mrs. Mable Scott has been there to answer frantic pleas for help. But that has ended. On June 27, Scott retired after 25 years of service to the University She was one of the first employees hired in 1%0 when the University first opened its doors to students She served as a maid. At that time the era where the copy center is located was a classroom. "There was hardly anything here in 1960," says Scott. "Most of the buildings weren't lmilt yet." The area from the ad ministration building to the University Center was covered with a fine reddish sand she says. "A wind would come up every day and you would get all gritty just walking across campus." It was in this area that she often served at out door receptions. Scott spent the last 18 years managing the copy center and adapting to numerous changes. "At first we had an old fashioned Xerox machine called a scanner with the above, she says. It was a but it served the purpose at the tiine. Anctno was allowed to touch it but me." ; She laughs, "It was a blessed time when everyone Scott spent endless hours in-Th S t W T t d A d :< structing students and staff on e ys em as es e n .. the operation of her three It Still Works Just Fine moody copiers, dubbed "Larry," "Moe" and TAMPA This letter "Curly." But anyone lucky serves to notify you that the enough to catch her during the system has been tested and it few quiet moments between works just fjne! Sun hats and jobs could get an intimate work gloves off to you and glimpse into Tampa in the your newspaper for playing a 1920's or the early days of major role in proving that USF. She is a rich storehouse despite the many problems of anecdotes abop t USF's last we're confronted with in this twenty-five years country, we still have a good system of interfacing/in. She remembers USF's first frastructure regarding the rela president, John Allen, and tionship between the govern how upset he got when schoolhouse in Tampa. students began wearing shorts "Oh, 1 hated my teacher," to class : "He was very much she says. "I was spoiled and against the change," says she had a switch Scott. "When he stood at his "I'd bawl all the way to office window looking across school," says Scott. "By the the campus he expected to see time I'd get there I'd be a ladies and gentlemen.'' mess. Then 1 'd stand outside Even after working 25 years the fence and the teacher at an educational institution, would yell, 'Mable, you get in Scott still chuckles with her here. first experience with education Scott had to drop out of at an all black one room high school to care for her mother, who had epileptic seizures. But she went to night school in the 1 960's and got her diploma. She aleo recalls the way things were in a segregated Tampanot so long ago. "I'm not bitter about it," she says now "It was just the way things were. You knew your place and you knew you didn't go into certain stores, you didn't drink out of the ment and the people The case in point is quite simple. The residents and the business community in West Tampa have somehow suf fered from an overabundance of trash and litter per square foot. Thus the problem! Enter a group of citizens/tax payers/registered voters who got together for the sole pur pose of providing some solu tions. We did not try to fight City Hall but instead asked them to join us in this very wortb wbile effort. And join us they did! From the Oty Council Chambers ( y pstairs) to the Urban Development Office (downstairs) an_, points in bet ween, such as tbe Sanitation Dept., MLK .center, and Housing, Inspections and Community Services. Together, with the "movers and shakers" from the business community, the fifty dedicated volunteers scratched the surface and picked up some 48-tons of trash in the process. As a member of the media, you played the role of a referee, calling it as you saw it, between the players, making certain that the spectators (your readers) were well informed about' the CUWT Project (Clean Up West Tam water fountains and you went tQ the back of the street car." l ntegration is much more a way of life now, she says, although she has always gotten along with people. "We're going to miss the heck out of Mable," Bob In gram, her co-worker at Quick Copy, says. "She's easy to get along with, she knows and likes everybody and I've never heard her say a bad word about anyone." pa). Phase two should now be KWTC (Keep West Tampa Clean). The bottom line is that the "net worth" of a portion p of America's next great city > has undegone an improvement ::s through unity, hard work, etc. Q. which were but two of the principles this country was founded upon I What's in store for Mable Scott after retirement? "I don't have any plans," she says. "What will come, will come. I just have to keep busy and stay out of trouble.'' This experience has taught me to continue to take care of my surroundings which creates a sense of pride ... the kind of 1-think-1'11-raise-my-flag-on the-fourth-of-July pride, which we need about as bad as we need the rain! DAYLE GREENE SYLVIA'S WIG TOWN & BEAUTY SALON 2271 f. Hillsborough (fastgate Pia%{() 239-3404 8th Anniversary Sale Prices Good: July J st 27th Register To Win One Of The Following: first W-k: $50 Gi v e-A -Way Second Week: Dinner For 2 /Red Lobster Third Week: FREE Wig Wigs $20 $30 $5 9H Reg. Price Wigs $35 & Up $8 OH lies:. Price Braids $5 Complete Hair Care Prices Good: Mon. Fri. Curl Retouch.: $35.00 Shampoo & Set$8.00 Thanks To God And Our Customers For 8 Years Of Patronage Sylvlci Rainey Owner John Harrison 114DVA1r"IV (.eft = e =-


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! :._ ................................. ][a .. ....................................................................................... .. --: Brothers Expand Osiness 580 Persons Celebrate The FourthTo Include Supermarket Of July Safely The Fourth of July is a time of any kind. They are illegal in for celebration. Use caution to many areas. Know and obey ensure a fire-safe holiday. The the law. Stay away from Hilbborough County Fire others playing with them and BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor Two years ago an entrepreneur from South America started his business in the black community, despite negative comments from some. Efrain Yepes opened Tampa Coin Laundry No. 1 on 40th St., just north of Hillsborough Avenue. "I disagree with many who refuse to make investments in the black neighborhood because they don't believe they will be successful," Yepes explained. Because of the response from the community, business with the coin laundry has been better than the owners ex pected. That is why another coin laundry was opened on Buffalo Ave. and 17th St. and both have been successful. N_ow, the Yepes Busmess Corporation, (Efrain and Fernando Yepes) has opened a supermarket "to fulfill the needs of the same ';i community." The Buy and i Save Supermarket has opened 't for business on 22nd St. and cJ 28th Ave. "We have a variety business in the black com mqnity, Yepes felt it a necessi ty to include the food stamp program "because 'it is .a primary need of the communi ty." Food stamps are always welcome. The en courage the cdmmunity to come in and see what they have to The store's grand opening celebration is set for Saturday, July 6. WTMP radio station will broadcast live from p m. and many prizes, in cluding a 19-inch color televi sion, will be awarded. The store is open 8 a.m. un til 9 p. m., Monday through Saturday, and 8 a. m. until 4 p. nL on Sunday. "I believe I have proved again that established well organized and nice business in the black community is a good investment. People have ac cepted it in an excellent way,'' Yepes stated. CHICAGO, IL -An estimated 580 to 680 persons may die in traffic addicents during the upcoming July 4th holiday weekend, the National Safety Council said. The 102-hour holiday period begins at 6 p. m., Wednesday, July 3, and con cludes at midnight, Sunday, July 7. The Council offers the following advice to make the nation's highways safer for all Americans during the holiday period. If traveling, leave suffi cient time to arrive at the destination safely. Obey the 55 mph speed limit. Be sure your vehicle is operating properly before leaving. If you choose to drink, don't drive. Maintain a safe following distance behind the vehicle in front of you. Drivers on long trips should not drive more than eigl'tt consecutive hours. Be on the lookout for railroad grade crossings. AUtO INSUit'ANCf UP TO 25" DISCOUNT 1 of meats and a combination of plans which will fit all .. u:nll 'LENSES' budgets. We're offering Dr. Wa ace Hqy reasonable and competitive "Come Where Service Has OPTOMETRIST "2: prices in our groceries, meats, Our Policy For 30 Paying Customers & < beer, cigarettes and other Medicaid Accepted lit"'rn" Yepes stated. A. f. Kilbride Ins. 876-8491 rll. = -'OJ Nebraalca 238-88J4 B tf 1 i.. ...... Prevention Division reminds report violations to the police. that fireworks are not A sparkler, usually contoys ... They can cause deaths, sidered safe, burns at a very blinding, and other severe inhigh temperature and ignites juries. clothing easily. Keep children Don't play with fireworks away. r william Raspberry (Continued From Page 4) Much of the filth and lyrics for their albums so that depravity is, if the youngsters broadcasters can know what are to be believed, purely they are playing. gratuitous. They say it is the Thay may help, though melody and the beat that are surely the deejays must be the principal attractions, and award that "Bitch, Be My that they would still choose Slave" is not exactly what many dr the same records if parents want their pre-teens to the lyric s were far milder. listen to. As things stand, the children "The children really don't have no realistic choice. It's have a choice," Tipper Gore impossible to listen to most of says. "They flip through the the rock stations, or watch the record bin and they see a cover televised videos, without being with a nude woman gagged exposed to kinky sex. torture and chained to a motorcycle, and even killing. or another one simulating Some of it, no doubt, is masturbation with a light calculated to shock But bulb. There's one record because we adults, in our platinum, yet with a song pseudo-sophistication refuse called Eat Me Alive' that is to acknowledge shock, the ef about oral sex at gunpoint. feet is to legitimize and Soine of it I can't bring myself popularize things that ought to to talk about. It's simply gone have us screaming bloody too far, and it has to be stopmurder ped. At least we have a right to Now, thanks to a handful of know what's on an album so-Washington women, maybe we can exercise some we'll take our heads out of the control." sand and start screaming. i BUY&SAVE -= rll = =.... = ..!t = = SUPERMARKET GROCERIES 3515 N. 22nd St. FooD STAMPS WELCOME PH: 247-4800 BEER MilWaekee's BEST Six Pack CORNED BEElf--llOz. Can SOFT DRINK can 11 Oz. 4Se 6Pack j I / EGGS 2Dozen 99C ,. CIGARETTES 89C Plus Tax RC Or NEHI 2 Liters POTATO CHIPS Sx JIFFY 3x 89C RIBS E $ 2 19 FREE DozEN with any $10.00 purchase or over witb Ibis Oyer. Lb.


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-'C '5 -::s = = = = I = = J ,1J Entertainment Teen Wins New York Talent Search Salem Spirit Street Scene Concerts In Black Communities WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Black communities across the nation will be treated to a celebration of music this sum mer when the Salem Spirit Street Scene comes to town. The Street Scenes, a series of outdoor concerts, will be held in seven metropolitan cities across the nation. Sponsored by Salem cigaret tes, the concerts will feature nationally known musical talent at each event. The con certs will be held in Teim.; Washington, D.C.; Chicago; Detroit; New York; Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Tai Jiminez, 14-year-old, ballet dancer, winner of The Hal Jackson Talented Teens New York State finals. She will be go ing to Hollywood to represent the Empire State at the Interna tional finals to be held the week of July 20th thru July 27th in Hollywood, California. She will be competing with other wmners from the United States, the Caribbean, and other coun tries abroad. Young ladies with a performing talent between the ages of 13 and 16, are encouraged to enter, sponsors are also welcome. Write to: Hal Jackson Productions, 1230 Park Avenue, NY., NY 10128. WHERE THE ACTION IS ... BY ALBERT LEE night is Saturday night, that's "Music is an art forin that touches all of our lives, and the Salem Spirit Street Scene is our way of returning that valuable art form to the local communities in which we are involved," said Cecil Bartlett, manager of special mar_.kets development for R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Salem'S manufacturer. The Salem Spirit Street Scenes series began in Mem phis with a two-day festival featuring The 0' Jays. The event, sponsored by Salem in conjunction with WDIA Radio, was held at Tom Lee Park on the banks of the Mississippi River. The Ft. Dupont Concert Series in Washington, D.C., will also feature well-known entertainers each weekend through Aug. 24. The con certs, which are part of the Salem Spirit Street Scenes series, will be held outdoors at Ft. Dupont National Park. Action man asks, are you ready for the Fourth of July? If not, you had a full year to get it together. There's going to be some blowouts that will be the Bar-B-Q dinner o.f the when the lovely foxes get out In Detroit, Salem will spon to relax. Remember that you sor the Afro-American guys!! They have free food Festival, one of the nation's and it's strictly for the mature lru:gest black festivities, with crowd. an anticipated crowd ofmore year! The MANILA LOUNGE had their Bikini contest Thurs day night and it was a blast. The Sunday Male Revue is popular with the lovely women who visit the cool place. Look for heavy action Thursday, July 4. The ',BLUE FLAME. than 500,000 people. The LOUNGE AND BAR-B-QUE event will be held in Hart RESTAURANT is ready for Plaza July 19-21. Salem will the Fourth. Come see and eat sponsor entertainment all at this famed place. There's three days of the event. The DOUBLE DECKER LOUNGE, is looking for the Fourth of July crowd that really gets it on. They have the swinging Happy Hour from 5 til 7 P. M. Remember, Ladies plenty of live entertainment on the scene. At GRACE'S PLACE the mood is mellow and down to earth. They get off to a smooth beat at the Place. Plenty of burning disco and lots of dancing. Check it out. See you next week and tell a friend where the action is .. .. *Sentinel's Top JOSingles 1. Rock Me Tonight Freddie Jackson 1. You Give Good Love Whitney Houston 3. Fresh .. ; _. .. Kool & The 4. In My House .. ; .... Mary Jane 5. Sanctified Lady ............. : .......... Ga!e 6. Sussudio ................... Ph1l Collins 7. Raspberry Beret ......... 8. Can You Help Me .................... Jesse 9. Freak-A-Ristic ... ......... Atlantic 10. Suddenly ... ............ Billy -r-- -NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tbe undersigned, DeVern Smith, intends to register the fictitious trade name, Teachers' Pet Temporary Personnel, with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florid a Statutes, 1953: that the undersigned intends to i!ngage in the business of Temporary Job Placement, at 13916 Capitol Drive Tampa, Florida 33612. Dated this 27th day of June 1985. De Vern Smith Sole Owner New York's Harlem Week, an arts festival organized by the Uptown Chamber of Com merce, will be held Aug. 9-18, featuring activities in various locations throughout Harlem. In Chicago, Salem will sponsor six of the Neighborhood Festivals, to be located throughout the South and West sides of the city. The Festivals, which began in i981 and were sponsored by the city of Chicago, will be held each weekend from July 13 throughout Sept. 21 and will feature musical entertainment. The Watts Tower Music and Arts Festiv.al, another of the Salem Spirit Street Scenes series, has been an annual event for two years in Los Angeles' Watts community. The event will be held mid July. Philadelphia's Unity Day, which was created in 1980 as a citywide black celebration of culture and unity, is expected to attract 500,000 participants. Unity Day is the highlight of Philadelphia's summer-long weekend events which con clude in late August. All Salem-sponsored events are free to the public. Salem's involvement in these seven festivals is part of its ongoing program to help black communities celebrate their culture through music. "Our efforts reflect Salem's involvement in the local com muniti,es at the grass roots level," said Bartlett "Throagh its participation in these festivals, Salem not only enables local sponsors to bring in bigger headline entertain ment, but provides temporary jobs and contributes significantly to the community through its patronageof local businesses." Salem is a product of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., a sub sidiary of R.J. Reynolds In dustries Inc. Reynolds Tobacco also manufactures Winston, Camel, Vantage, More, NOW, Doral, Century and Sterling cigarettes, as well as a full range of chewing and smoking tobaccos. DINO DE LAURENTIIS '"""" A RICHARD FLEISCHER ,,,m ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER '""""""'BRIGITTE NIELSEN''""""" SANDAHL BERGMAN PAUL SMITH RONALD LACEY "RED SONJA" c.m,.:.::; ENNIO MORRICONE co ... E HOWARD '"';;CLIVE EXTON GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER .. OPENS JULY .3rd AT A THEATRE NEAR YOU I


* YOUR HOROSCOPE CANCER (June 21-July 22): Make the most of these last few days of the Cancer sun, when anything your heart desires is yours. LEO (July 23-August 22): Be considerate of the needs of one who is confined. Take the time to spread some joy. VIRGO (August 23-September 22)! Social hap penings interfere with work and it's hard to meet schedules. An exciting per sonality joins your circle. LIBRA (September 23-0ctober 22): Your ambi tion and drive thrusts you in to the public eye. Be truthful with family as to your plans. SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): You may be faced with an important career this week. Trust the advice of a loved one SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): Be discreet in handling money making de als where other peoples' funds are involved Look for new source s of gain. CAPRICORN (December 21-January 19): The road to romance might seem to be a little bumpy, but there's a firm commitment in your near future. AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): An unex pected upturn in social penings add s some excitement to vacation travel. Never underestimate your capabilities PISCES (February 19-March 20): Relationships with the young people are strengthened as you go explor ing new horizons with them. ARIES (March 21-April 19): The new moon seems to activate situations around your base of operations and you dig in with fists flying. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Life's tempo picks up speed and you become actively involved in meetings and discussions calling for travel and many phone contacts. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): It looks like a favorable time for buying, selling and finan cial transaction s in general to increa s e ass et s Belafonte Encouraged By Aid To Africans, But Says More Needed NEW YORK Singer Harry Belafonte and other membe rs of USA for Africa said la s t Thursday that they were encouraged by what they saw on a trip to deliver 120 tons of food and other sup plies to East Africa, but added that much more help is needed to end the famine The 15-day trip to Ethiopia the Sudan and Tanzania serv ed two purposes, said Marty Rogol, executive director of USA for Africa: to in s ure that the supplies reached camps in Ethiopia and the Sudan and to stuq y the logistical problems of getting aid to people who need it. "What we experienced 1s no t an easy thing to describe," s aid Belafonte, who is vice president of USA for Africa and was one of 45 artists to record the hit song We Are the World, which raised millions of dollar s for famine relief. 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...... .. .. ........................................ ............................................ .. eena Marie, Philip Bailey, Luther Star Finally Received Deserved Recognition "" andross Join Cyndi Lauper On LP By now, everyone in the record business has come to respect the tremendous talents of Midnight Star. After strug gling in tlie music business for years, Midnight Star has final. ly ceceived the recognition that large array of instruments, he subsequently signed them to a recording agreement William Simmons and Bo Watson, have together made Midnight Star one of the na tion's leading musical groups today. ., ;I -= = 1 c -= = < P-1 t' -= -= fiJ = = -= = I = = ai' CYNDI LAUPER If you've been within ear shot of a rock and roll radio lately, you've probably heard "(Goonies 'R ') Good Enough, the new single by Cyndi Lauper. The single Cyndi's first new studio re cording since her multi Platinum debut album She's So Unusualis shaping up to be her fifth Top Ten hit. LUTHER VANDROSS But there's plenty more where ''Good Enough'' came from on the Epic Records soundtrack for The Goonies, the new Warne,L Bros. film directed by Rieliard DOnner and presented by Steven Spielberg. Among the album's ten tracks rare brand-new, previously-unreleased songs it deserves Midnight Star was formed in 1976 on the campus of Ken tucky State University in Frankfort where its members were enrolled as students. During these years, Midnight Star would sneak soloist Belenda Lipscomb into Reg gie's dorm room to rehearse. However, in 1977, the band decided to discontinue their college education, or at least put it on the back burner, to pursue a career in music. Midnight Star received their break when they had the chance to perform for record company A&P reps at a talent showcase in New York City. This is when Midnight Star decided to make their big PHILIP BAILEY move. "We looked like the Beverly by Luther Van dross ("She's Hillbillies, Jeff Cooper, So Good To Me''), Teena Midnight Star's lead guitar Marie ("14K''), Reo Speedand keyboard player recalls wagon ("Wherever You're "All our equipment, stereos, Coin, It's Alright", Pht'lt'p dyna gyms yo n m / -,.. .. u a e Bailey ("Love Is Alive'') and it .... were stuffed into one The Bangles ("/ Got truck." Nothing''). Additional songs And when Midnight Star are supplied by Joseph performed, their presentation Williams ("Save The Night''), was so exciting that word got soundtrack specialist David back to Solar President, Dick Grusin ("Theme From 'The Griffey in Los Angeles. Of Goonies' ''), and dance-music course, Griffey to see this Arthur Baker, mas-band for himself. And after he queradmg as "Goon Squad" did, he was so impresse d with for "Eight Arms to Hold their sound, incre'dible You". Exeucitve Producers of showmanship, songwriting This nine member band has created a new style, a style that has gradually caught on in America. Midnight Star zoom ed to the top of the charts with their smash hit No Parking On The Dance Floor, then again hit the top with their latest hit Planetary Invasion. Instrumental in the develop ment of Midnight Star has been the leader and cofounder Reggie Calloway. Reggie, along with Midnight Star's other eight members, Vincent Calloway, Jeffrey Cooper, Kenneth Gant, Malvin Gentry, Belinda Lipscomb, Bobby Loveland, And who does Reggie Calloway attribute the success of Midnight Star to? "I have a strong belief God," explained Calloway. "I believe that God has us together." On Saturday, July 13th, at 7:30 p.m., Midnight Star wil appear at the KOOL Festival which will be held at the Orlando Stadium Here, Mid night Star will demonstrate what took them to the top the charts by performing their top hits. 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I SPO. RTSID JF:: HAPPENEDIN SPORTS_* WJ1r_ff( .. : -.L ./. pos, blanked St. Louis on five ]I).,,{ BY RANDOLPH treal beat the Cardinals 3-2. .... Tampa's Floyd Youmans ,. ,. ,. Robin Blake in the 14th round Take The NCAA To COJirt made his major-league debut New York Mets outfielder to retain his IBF lightweight u. yesterday against the St. Louis Mookie Wilson will undergo title. The National Collegiate skills. Such a law is nee A ed to Athletic Association, comprevent this kind of thing. The morily referred to as the trouble with the law is that it NCAA, may have gone a step goes back in retrospect to too far this time. The body make some schools guilty was organized to oversee and already. govern college athletics. The The law will allow the organization has done a very NCAA to punish any schools good job of trying to keep co l who would be guilty under the leges playing by the rules and law, even though the law was punishing those that don't. not a law for as far back as It has been my contention five years. How can you con all along that in recent times, viet somebody under a law the organization has become that was not a law at the time "too picky" and many of its of the violations? rules and regulations need to The law should be effective be updated. Just recently, the from the date it was adopted body adopted a law to severely and it should apply to those penalize those schools th;;tt are schools that break the law found guilty of recruiting and since it's adoption Rumors academic abuses. have it that some 15 to 18 colSchools found guilty of this leges are being studied by the kind of misconduct can have NCAA for possible punish their program suspended for ment under the new law. These up to two years, with no schools should take the NCAA recruiting and no scholarships to court. Certainly, this just in the sport wherein the violahas to be unconstitutional. tions occurred. I see that law DWIGHT STILL ROLLING as being severe but a needed The City of Tampa, BelOQe. mont Heights Little League The big schools are and Hillsborough High School up the majority of the good must be extremely proud athletes through illegal everytime they read the recruiting. The small schools 'statistics of major league pit are catching the devil trying to chers. Tampa's own Dwight get athletes of very much Gooden is among the major .t.OO.Y By Joe Black A group of famous people in the entertainment world came together and blended their voices in song and said: "We are the world We are the children We are the ones to make a brighter day." This 1;1nselfish act was motivated by the famine and starvation in Ethiopia. It is a Classic example of: "Black and White together, we shall overcome." Thday. I want to remind you of a challenge to Black Americans. It is finding a cure for Sickle Cell 'frait and Sickle Cell Anemia. w,hy? Because one of 12 Black Americans has Sickle Cell ltait; one of 500 Black Americans has Sickle Cell Anemia. Sickle Cell Anemia does not affect ones intelligence, but it can cause growth retardation, leg ulcers, pneumonia, strokes, decreased exercise tolerance and sometimes causes pain. If you are born with this tendency from one parent, you have Sickle Cell ltait. If you are born with this tendency from both parents, you have Sickle Cell Anemia. You will not know whether you have Sickle Cell ltait unless you take a simple blood test. So help combat and suppOrt the fight against Sickle Cell Disease by: I. Having a blood test to learn if you have the ltait. 2. Riding Greyhound, because in 1985 a percentage of each ticket will be donated to the National Association for Sickle Cell Disease. 3. Mailing a contribution to yoirr local Sickle Cell Chapter, or to: The National .Association for Sickle Cell Disease 3460 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90010-2273 Cardinals. who was arthroscopic shoulder surgery Paul hit the challenger at called up frorri Jacksonville of Wednesday. will during the 14th round that made Blake turn his back and league leaders i,p about every walk away. category that is positive. ,. ,. ,. To date, the new strikeout Former world heavyweight king of the major league is champion Leon Spinks (16-4riding a won-loss record of 2) won a unanimous 10-round 11-3, the third be s t in the rna,. ,. ,. bout. against Tommy "Franjors. His earned run average Center Joe Barry Carroll co" Thomas, the West of 1.68 is the best in the rnad h" b Virginia heavyweight champlcke up IS s1gnmg onus jors. Gooden's 131 strikeouts check for over $1.5 million pion. also leads the majors. His 128 which means he will be playing innings pitched is third best in for the Golden State Warriors the majors and his seven comnext year. plete games is third best. ,.,.,. If fans thought that the Toney Mack hit 19 points Doctor of strikeouts had a to lead Team Florida past the fantastic rookie season, this Pan Handle All-Stars 125-86 "'"'"' :!1 year will be better if he conlast night. The Tampa Bay Bandits en!12 tinues at the rate he is going. It ded their last game ever with a appears that the good doctor is "' "' "' loss to the Oakland Invaders f not going after strikeouts this Rumors are stirring that in the last two seconds by a year like he did last season. Boston's Cedric Maxwell and score of 30-27 [ Dwight has an excellent curve Scott Wedman will be traded ,. ,. ;.... =' ball, and a newly-developed to the Detroit Pistons for John The Baltimore Stars beat = chang e up to go along with his Long and Vin. nie Johnson. Herschel Walker and the New ;: fastball called "the smoke". Jersey Generals 20-17. The This year, Dwight is relying "' "'"' Stars held Walker to 66 yards more on his curve and his Jimmy Paul stopped Rockin rushing. =w change up. But everybody _______ ........ knows, if he get in trouble, he rea s ay walker's goes to the "smoke". Dwight a, gained about five points and The Real Thing his smoke is even faster than it was last season. From all in' NEW YORKThe debate last year that's what he was .$ dications, the sky is the limit over the legitimacy of doing, but I've seen runs this ""1 for young Dwight Gooden. Herschel Walker's singleyear that were impressive. His = CLASSIC FIELD season rushing record rages cutting ability still isn't great SHAPING UP on, hinging as it does on the 1 like the way he's using > Some -58 golfers have comparative merits of the his power now. I give credit g, registered for next weekend's fledgling USFL and the for that to Walt Michaels." "or:! All-American Golf Classic. established NFL. But some O.J. Simpson (ll 236 ::!. The tournament will be the retired NFL greats have no career yards rushing, 4.7 avg., I 11th such event sponsored doubt that Walker is for real. 61 TDs in 11 sea s ons): "I met during the July 4th weekend Jim Brown (12,312 career him the first time when he was "by Tampa Golf Club. The yards rushing, 5.2 avg., 106 only a junior in high school tournament will start SaturTDs in nine seasons): "When I and I presented him with an day, July 6th and end Sunday, first saw him as a freshman at award for track. From back ;. July 7th. Georgia I was most iinpressed tben, he's been a guy 1 rooted Rogers Park Golf Course, and now I'm impressed again. for. That's why I hope for his ef the scene of the _tournament, is "Runners with different sake he someday plays in the g. in excellent shape and should styles and records set under a NFL. 1 want to see him in the = provide a test for those golfers different conditions should NFL because bluntly Dickerfl.l who enter the tournament. never be compared. He's not a h h son sh as t e season yardage Tee-off time starts at 7:30 pictu. re runner like Eric record as far as I'm concerna m. Saturday morning. Entry Dickerson, not a beautiful ed. He would be perfect for fee of $60 can be mailed to runner like Gale Sayers, but Dallas, the team that has his Tampa Golf Club at P .0. Box he's big and a world-class rights." 1858, Tampa, Fla., 33601. sprinter. Some sprinters tippyAt\ golfers are invited to toe a little too much, not out play Golfers and friends will of fear, but looking for space be entertained at the Golfers to use that speed. I thought Clubhouse ...... !,.' 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n ,..... CHICAGO -What's it like, facing Dwight Gooden's Pate h It Up w.th Hues =: blue darts at the cocktail hour with a game on the line and 36,730 people breathing and Q screaming down your neck? The Shadow knows .... So does Ron Cey !-1 It came down to Gooden = -'t ::I = I = = and Cey, the young Doctor vs the old Penguin, in the bottom of the eighth, as the shadows stretched across Wrigley Field's magic green carpet. Two on, two down, Mets leading by a run. "I'm looking for a ball to drive in that situation said Cey, who had singled, walked and doubled in his three previous trips. The kid pitcher with the golden arm obliged. Gooden threw a 2-2 fastball into Cey's power zone. The Penguin wheeled but got under it, popping the ball up harmlessly to shallow left center. Len Dykstra gobbled it up in a cro-v.d, and after a long, unproductive ninth, the Mets were celebrating a 3-2 victory and the Cubs were dy ing a 13th straight death. "The shadows are always a factor," Ceywas 1>aying, ''but I've seen it worse here. The guy throws 95 miles an hour. That speaks for itself. "He was throwing a lot of breaking balls today, which is usually a tip-oL with a power pitcher that he doesn't have his best fastbalL He wasn't having the movement on it he has." On the one pitch he needed most, the one Cey couldn't punish in the Gooden $ DWIGHT GOODEN was the Doctor at his over powering best. "The ball was up," Cey said. "It was moving." The Cubs wasted an oppor tunity to stagger Gooden in the opening round when Ryne Sandberg and Leon Durham ran them out of what could have been more than a one-run inning. Old baseball adage: you must get the great ones early. Let them off the hook, and you will regret it. The Cubbies regretted it. "I don't know of anybody tougher on a day-to-day basis," Cey said of the 29-year-old Met marvel. "Even on a day when he didn't have his best stuff, he was able to get the job done." $ Kids Are You Looking for Extra Spending Cash for The Summer? Sell 11e florida Sentinel-Bulletin l ery Tuesday And friday Ad 1lts And Teens Welcomed ''TII\ .IE IS MONEY'' ADUL l S AND TEENS WELCOMED SENTINEL EXAMPLE AGENTS: PAPERS 25 50 100 200 500 1,000 AGENT COST 55.00 510.00 520.00 540.00 5100.00 5200.00 CHART FOR--PROFIT FOR AGENT 53.75 57.50 515.00 530.00 575.00 5150.00 "Time Is Money" So, Call Nowlllf for More Information Contact: CIRCULATION MANAGER 248-1921 $ DOUG WILLIAMS Tampa Bay Bucs owner Hugh Culverhouse confirmed Friday the agent of Doug Williams seeks a reconciliation between the quarterback and his former team. Agent Jimmy Walsh has made written and verbal con tact with Culverhouse since early May, ending more than two years of silence the two sides The owner said he told Walsh no negotiations could begin without clearance from wiiliams' current club, the Arizona Outlaws of the United States Football League. Williams left the Bucs two years ago when his contract demands were not met by the team He played in the USFL last season with the Oklahoma Outlaws, who subsequently moved to Phoenix. Williams, a five-year Buc caneer, has been unable to hide bitterness over what he perceived as. unfair treatment from the club. Ht: has charged that Culverhouse would have given in to salary demands if Williams were white. Culverhouse was asked Fri day if Williams burned his bridges to Tampa Bay with such comments. "No,'' Culverhouse responded. Williams said in an inter view this week that he could see himself playing again for the Bucs but wondered if Culverhouse would permit it. Culverhouse said a pending billion-dollar lawsuit filed by the USFL against the National Football League prevents him from further comment. Culverhouse said he could be charged with tampering because Williams remains under a personal services con tract to Outlaws owner Bill Tatham for three more seasons. Culverhouse did discuss the Bucs' needs at quarterback. "Wr;; probably have the most depth we've ever had," he said. Culverhouse described starter Steve DeBerg and backup Jack Thompson as "proven" and said third stringer Blair Kiel is ''the strongest No. 3 we've ever had Fith the club." Rookie Steve Calabria of Colgate "looks like he'll sign" if he can pull out of a personal services contract with Tampa Bay Bandits owner John Bassett. Calabria is a ninth round draft pick. Alan Risher, a former USFL starter has signed a s a free agent, giving Tampa Bay five quarterbacks. The Bucs also hold NFL to Steve Young, who is looki'lg for an escape clause from his contract with the Los Angeles Express. Despite their depth at quarterback, Culverhouse said the Bucs will not necessarily stand pat. "I don't think you can have too many," he said. "If the opportunity comes (to sign more), we're not closed on that. We are wide open." The Bucs, over all other NFL teams, would get first crack at Williams. He could not with another club unless Tampa Bay traded those rights. Walsh's letter apparently mentioned William s rejoining the Bucs and not another club Walsh did not respond to several phone messager ''The Beast'' To Embark On A Suicide Mission this week at his office in York City. As long as Williams is tied up the Outlaws said negotiations With Walsh must await a w ten statement from Tat John Mugabi is about to embark on what many fight observers as a suicide mis sion. P.. sacrifice to the god. For as much as $1-million, he will share a ring in Las Vegas on Nov. 14 with Marvelous Marvin Hagler, undeniably the best boxer and possibly the most lethal puncher in the game. At stake is the world mid dleweight jewels and, if you saw Hagler aQnihilate Thomas Hearns in the champion's last bout, the challenger's health. show myself I can g<' 15 Hagler customarily puts his foe to sleep well before the limit. Again, Mugabi shows no fear. "I don't fall down, you see. can't go down. I'm not a woman. Women fall down. I can't. Maybe when I'm 30." Age. A point in Mugabi's corner, perhaps He is 25, Hagler 33. that would absolve the Bucs any tampering charges. Walsh reportedly wrote Culverhouse that he has an okay from Tatham. However Culverhouse is not confident that full notification from the Outlaws has been received. "Until I have a complete release from the USFL and from the Arizona Outlaws I cannot discuss Doug Willia:ns at all," Culverhouse said. -Frank's Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 62J-4034 Mugabi grants Hagler the honor of world's best boxer. Hagler is 61-2-2, with 51 knockouts. He has batted Residential Commercial down II challengers. Financin2 Arranged "Maybe he destroyed those (other guys)," Mugabi says. Burglar Bars Railings "Doesn't mean he can destroy 1r ... L'scapes Sta 'll' ld. RA"'K E. JOHN SON .. 'L L lrWayS n e lOgS me. In boxing, somebody beats you when your style is Ornamentals Free Home bad. I have good style." Licensed Insured Bonded Security Tips What is Mugabi's style? His bouts never last long enough YES! for a clear to emerge. This much is known: Mugabi induces a foe to drop his guard, then he lowers the boom with a lights-out blow. If he stays upright for the 15-round maximum with1 Hagler, Mugabi will have sur passed by five rounds his previous longest fight. 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.......................................... .... since you've been gone, but ..,... Loving memories of Reverend C.S.H. Hunter, Jr., my beloved husband, who ascended to his Heavenly Home, so peacefully, on 2 July, 1981. Reverend is no far ther tban a picture, a smile or remembered phrase; He lives in my memory so very close, in many, many ways. Mrs. Ollie S.H. Hunter wife. IN In loving memory of my mother, Mrs. Lillian I. Davis, who passed July 3, 1984. Greatly missed but lives on always in our hearts. Your son, Benjamin Bryant and wife, Curtis; grandchildren, great grandchildren and friends. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 FUNIRALS BY: BRYANT (1. WILLIAMS Roy Williams Funeral Home J4J7 N. Albany Ave. 253-34J9 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" ROGERS FUNERAL HOME PHONE 239 Or 4605 34th Street LADY ATTENDANT ''WE GIVE THE BEST FOR LESS." In memory of my darling son, Lesley Stewart, Jr., who departed this life nine years ago, July 5. We love you but God loves you best, so he call ed you home to rest. Mother, Ruth Smith; sister and husband, children, aunt and family. IN In memory of our loving mother, Mrs. Allie Brookins, who departed this life, July 3, 1983. Gone, but not forgotten. Time can never erase the love, joy and happiness you shared with us. God loves you best. Sadly missed by your daughter, Mary C. Brookins; sons, Herbert and Semmie, and grandchildren. IN In sad and loving memories of our love one, Lundria Denice Harrelson Hayes, who departed this life on July 2, 1978. It has been seven years AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. It 28th St. 232-8725 memories of you will linger !< on. Time will never erase the c.; love, joy and happiness you brought us. on our precious one, we love you, but w God loves you best. Sadly missed by your daughter, YaKima M. Hayes; mother and father, William M. and Johnie L. Harrelson; grandmother, Mrs. Lillie M Allen; the Barnes, the Burr and Families, also other relatives and friends. IN Texas Southern University President Leonard H.O. Spear man (left) and Houston Gamblers general manager Gene Bur rough shared the podium during the recent TSU Coaches' Bench Athletic Fundraiser. Burrough, who is the only Black general manager in professional football, was a featured speaker at the affair which doubled in attendance from last year. (TSU Staff Photo by Earlie Hudnall). 1. Foster Kids Benefit From Slugger's HRs In loving memory of my dear sister, Louise Garrett, who departed this life six years ago today, July 3, 1979. Sadly missed by sister, Ruth Wiggins and family. NEW YORK George Foster is swinging for kids. Every time the Mets' long-ball hitter smashes a homer, the Make A Miracle Foundation will receive a donation that will be given to the St. Agatha Division of the New York Foundling Hospital. Ci\RD OF THi\NKS The Foster Kids will getthe money retroactive to the The family of Rachel Brown beginning of the season. For would like to thank all for example, when Foster ham their act of kindess during our mered his first HR of the year, bereavement. career No. 314, The Kids earSpecial thanks to Rev. L.R. ,._ n,ed $314, plus another $314 in Stancil, Pastor, Associate matching funds put up by Ministers, Choir #1, Usher Loon Berney, a New York at Board #1, musicians, clerks, torney who is C?eorge's agent members and friends of New and board chairman of the Bethel Progressive Baptist Miracle Foundation Church Aikens Funeral When he delivered No. 319 Home all friends of the in Wednesday night's loss to family. the Padres, it meant t.hat _the Braxton-Kirksey and Foster-Berney combmat10n Johnson Families. BRYANT AND WILLIAMS 1'. DEi\TH. NOTICES I FUNERAL HOME 4808 Ms. Diane Williams; WILSON'S FUNERAL' HOME Mrs. Janice Shank, 2806 W. Wallace Mrs. Agnes Barnes, 3605 N. 20th St. #58 Mrs. Laura Cobb, Box 762, Thonotosassa, Fl. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME Mr. Alfred Albert Smith, 2104 E. Columbus Dr. Mr. Anthony Sutton, 1613 -LeCuona Ct. Mr. Layton Leslie Olmstead, 204 Parnell Street, Merritt Island, Fla. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial For Arapahoe Drive #48 Mrs. Millie Sims, 2tt0 Walnut Street Mrs. Nora Mobley, 1926 Union Street Mr. Walter Hayes, 1923 Pine Street Mr. Bernard Mann, 3418 Cherry Street OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME Clarence Walker, 2987-23rd Ave. Daisy McCahill, P.O. Box 642, Luty Randolph Davis Jr., Padgett Nursing Home, 5010 N. 40th Street Robert MeHaffey, 5906 N. 30th St. Myntle Mageray, 4610 S. Manhattan Ave. Georgia Nason, 6402 Inter bay Blvd. Antonio B. Houston, 1720 E. 26th A venue Charles Yates, 2306 E. ttth Avenue already has committed a ff $3,798 donation to the Found1:1 ling Hospital. If Foster had his =. = wah__he'd like to break !!. Roger Maris' 61-homer record = for all the money it would = mean to the kids. ;= "I've always been concer=. ned about kids," Foster said. 1:1 "I established the George Foster House in Dayton in 5t 1976 for boys. It's a kind of ;. halfway-house for eight boys c. ranging from 13-17. We are now working on something for i girls." "'< Foster has two healthy kids of his own, which helps explain why he devotes his time {: and interest to underprivUeged > = c. kids. He had his first meeting last week with some of the Foster Kids at the Fifth Avenue apartment of Nat Kalikow, a board director of the Miracle Foundation. Some of the kids recognized him right away. Others, like 10-year-old Janelle Burek, didn't because she'd been to only one baseball game, and that was at Yankee Stadium last season as part of summer day camp. She said she had never heard of Yogi Berra or even George Steinbrenner, but "only Reggie Jackson." Foster feels comfortable with the role model he will supply for kids like Janelle, Linda Mack (11), Josephina Rios (11), Jason Roman (12), Clifton Richberg (12), and Carlos Campuzano (12), all of whom were happy to meet their new Foster father for the first time. He had already hit his most important homer by just showing he sincerely cared for them and the world of forgot ten children. To Place Cancel Or Correct :I. j -= e :r : e 1:1 I'll $705 Add .)100 t'ur servil 'l'S un Sa fur: tla) and add ) 100 t'ur all strvkcs at'll'r J p.m. CLASSIFIED ADS PUGHSLEY Dial FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET 248-2825 ""i d As Impressive As Require or .:_, We're The Key To CH ARLES RELIFORD AslnexpensiveAsDesired 248 3033 ::C PHONES:247-3151or247 3152 ::= Fine Service .... --------


i ........................................................................................................................ ii. -: CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 2-1921-CLASS/ IFIED AD DEPT M g ... .. ""' Experienced Auto Mechanic Showcase your talent and AVON New Lounge needs Kitchen Beautifully Remodeled with Tools. 247-7043, ask for earn $$$$. Amateur EnterWants you to sell where you help. Cook. Applications ac5913 -81st 3 Lou. tainers of all types needed for work ."' or in your cepted now. Call 224-0037. bedroom$11bath stucco cern ----.;.,_--------1 club performance. Get your neighborhood. Call Now! Pat, ment block, new roof. VA $0 SEEKING EMPLOYMENT? act together and call B. J., 238-8128. Female & Male Dancers down, FHA $1500 down, P-t Sign up with us today! 238-6217. wanted to star in male revue. $380/month, $37,400. We are looking for exMANAGED UTILITIES $P5 a 0 r 0 l 1lihme 1 janitorial, Call the New Lounge 876-0780. perienced reliable people for .... our. mmediate open224-0037. 1-------------temporary and permanent FIELD SERVICES ings for males. 253-2539 after }'HA H'ome. Low down CJty of.St. Petersburg 12 noon. AVON assignments. Salary $2 2 ,000 $32,400 payment. Small monthly payc_...;retaries S5 50/hr L' k d d Looking for an opportunity ment. Quick occupancy. Call Directs twenty employees 1ve-m coo nee e for T"PIS" t $4 50/hr B d. H to make money? Join the for free ,J engaged in maintenance and oar tng orne. NonC lerks $4 00/hr d k 1 2 number one Beauty Company WALT 11REWER testing of water meters and nn ers on y. 47-6756. Data Entry $4.50/hr. 1------------l and earn 507o of all your sales. REALTY Word Processors $6.00/hr. backflow prevention devices, CRUISE SHIP JOBS For information call685-3227. 933_6621 cross-connection control in: I ---..... 2811 W. Kennedy Blvd., No. Great income potential. All I" 104 A spections and enforcement, occupations. For information FOR SALE -DON'T RENT FOREVER Dunmore UnLtd. Personnel sanitizing and flushing the call: (312) 742-8620, ext. 339 Nice 3/1, quiet water system, and marketing INVESTORS neighborhood, clean, only 873-7726 COMMERCIAL LENDERS NCNB, the lorgeot bonk in the Southe11t. aeeka experienced lenders 11 reault of continued growth Poait i ona ere available in New Port Richey Tarpon Spring a ond Lokelond, Florido. 1 to 3 yeora of lending experience it Haired credit, sales .ncJ of reclaimed wastewater efMANAGER, Potential gross $9,000/year, $28,000 with $3,000 down fluent for GOLF COURSES $5,000 down. Spacious 4-unit 8016 N. Alaska. For more info Prepares work schedules, City of St. Petersburg apt. bldg. Excellent rental call Her:man, 248-6112 (days) cost estimates, and Florida area. Call Herman, 248-6112 or 248-6256 (eves). cost-effectiveness of results. Salary $25.000-$35,600 (days) or 248-6256 (eves.) TOM P. MARTINO, Inc. Responsi,ble for planning and Responsible for the comTOM P. MARTINO, Inc. REALTOR development of operating and prehensive planning, develop-REAL TOR 2018 E. 7th A venue capital budgets. ment, operation and 2018 E. 7th Avenue Prefer five years managemaintenance of all municipal LOTS FOR SALE SPECIAL LOAN ment experience and must golf course activities. Prefer a TARPON SPRINGS Priced right. Convenient in have extensive knowledge in four year degree from an acHouse for sale, large 4 good neighborhoods, $1,000 ,; OFFICER 2 to 3 years of commercial lending ..... or commercial Joan workout exper ience required along with proven credit ond leoderohip MBA on d/ or JO degree deoiroble control and credited college or university bedroom/3 bath executive down, owner finance or will in testing and maintaining with .courses in business house. Excellent location. build to suit. Call Herman water in business, public ad-management, horticulture, Possible lease with option to Bradley, 248-6111 ofc.; evenministration, environmental agronomy, and landscape arbuy; Tatnpa, 238-3244; Tarings, 248-6256 engineering or related field is chitecture, with considerable pon Springs, 934-8292. TOM P. MARTINO, Inc. highly desirable. supervisory experience in the REAL TOR Please send resume and salary hit Tampa, PL U6H Submit resume to the operation and maintenance of MOVE RIGHT IN! 201B E. 7th Ave. EmploymenO>ffice, P.O. Box a regulation 18-hole golf Owner finance 3/1 just 1----C-Ia_l_r_M_e_I_A_r_e_a ___ .. 2842, St. Petersburg, Florida course. remodeled, 1723 Pine St., 33731. Interested persons should $28,000 with $3000 down, 3 BR/2 bath, block home I iiCil!l l Eouol O_tu .. tv Emotovoo M/F/H $350/ th Th t 1 t no financing needed, $8,000. A:Iosing date for receiving submit resumes to the mon IS won as Th S Ion C II H 248 6112 To assume with possible e outhwest Florida resumes is July 5, 1985. Equal Employment Office, P.O. Box g. a erman, owner financing, corner lot, Water Management District is J.,.:O::!:p!:.p:.:o:.,:rt;:u:n:it;_Y.:;: 2842, St. Petersburg, Florida days; 248-62 56, eves. fel'!ced. No credit check. currently recruiting to fill DIRECTOR OF 33731. Closing date for receivTOM P. MARTINO, Inc. Brandon-Valrico vacancies listed below. BOND FINANCE ing resumes is 1985. REALTOR Area 2018 E. 7th Avenue Brooksville OfficeFlorida Department of DIRECTOR 3 BR/2 Bath block home, General Services WATER/WASTEWATER INVESTOR'S DELIGHT no financing needed. A/G DATA BASE SUPPORT ANALYST RESOURCE EVALUATION MANAGER ENGINEER 2 & 3 CLERK 2 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR WELL DRILLER TECHNICIAN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST 2 GENERAL COUNSEL DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL PROJECTS WATER RESOURCE PLANNER 1 & 2 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST PUBLiC COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST 2 COMMUNICATIONS INTERAGENCY MANAGER Services is seeking applicants DELIGHT pool, large lot, fenced, newly for the position of Director of UTILITIES 3 acres M.O.L. in Citrus landscaped and remodeled. Bond Finance located in Salary negotiable; Direct the Park_ Area; 3/1 great rental on No credit check. Tallahassee. This position overall operations and related' Thon!)tosassa Avenue. C1alr Mel Area directs a division that provides functioning of the GARRETT REALTY, Inc. 3 BR/2 bath block home. fiscal, legal and marketing ser-water/waste water utilities 2811 w. Kennedy Blvd., No financing needed $5,000 vices required for the developdepartment. Requires gradua-No. 103 down owner financing possiment and issuance of general tion from an accredited 4 year (813) 875-4865, ofc. ble, 70x100 lot, fenced, no obligation and revenue bonds degree college or university (813) 870-3229, eves. credit check. for the State of Florida. Apwith major course work in Want To Build Your plicants must have a strong engineering, supplemented by 3 bedroom/2 baths, double Own Home Or Duple'X? managerial history in a minimum of 5 years profesgarage, CH/A, dining and R-2 corner lot, 80x225 Municipal finance with exsional experience in duties Florida rooms, fenced $23,000. May divide, high and posure to bond directly involving water or backyard. Drive by 4109 dry. analysis and administration: A waste water, systems manageLaSalle St. Reduced! Owner North Fla. Ave. Bachelor's degree in Business ment and/or equivalent compaying $2,000 closing cost. Business opportunity or Finance or related area bination of training and exCall Sue Kirk, ofc. 885-7468, auto oriented area; metal essential with advanced related perience that would provide home 968-4714. building approx. 2,400 sq. ft., studies desirable. The Director the necessary knowledges, paved lot, sale or lease, of Bond Finance is assigned to skills, and abilities. 2 FOR SALE $62,500. DIRECTOR C-1 lots corner Ida and the Senior Management Ser29th Street. Want to go house shopping? vice and benefits include free DIVISION OF One Call is all it takes for me health, life and disability inPUBLIC WORKS 3 bedroom CB home on to pick you up. 1 show homes surance and a liberal leave Salary negotiable. Has MOL 2 acres of land in in all areas.! policy. The salary range is primary responsibility for Thonotosassa. Has den Call: Mel Bermudez $37,000-$67,500 per year. broad comprehensive prow/fireplace, ch/a garage, con-Realtor Assoc., Eves Re$umesandtheselectionprograms in the departments of crete patio. Priced below ap-884-4357: 24 hours cess will be subject to Florida's water/waste water, road and praisal for quick sale. 885-0102. Government in the Sunshine bridge, engineering, and solid .... o -m-e-in-1 Jack Sensale Law and laws relating to waste. Requires registration as Town-N-Cpuntry, near Hanna Realty Corp., 885-0102. public records. Resumes a professional engineer, supand Hanley Road intersection detailing work and salary plemented by 7 years of proTo see is to want. Extra nice 1 MISCFT .I ANIU\T history must be submitted no gressively responsi.,le profesand spacious in every way. t-;::=:::::!====='--="=""='"";il later than July 12, 1985. sional engineering experience, Seller willing to consider all Finalists will be subj'ect to at least 3 years of the exoffers, as they are leaving the Tampa Office t h b t thorough background inpenence mus ave een a a country permanently very EQUIPMENT OPERATOR 'bl 1 1 vestigation. Resumes should responsl e supervisory eve soon. Has den, inside utility To obtain an employment be sent to Mr. Stephen J. HAILpLpSIBOy byROJuulyGH19C, 01985: room, screened patio, ch/a, application or further infor-Kubik, Deputy Executive UNTY large yard with many fruit AUTO-HOME-LIFE FAST CLAIM SERVICE RATES FORGOOD AND 8AD DRIVING RECORDS mation on any position, please DireCtor, Department of DEPARTMENT OF trees and fenced in rear. contact: General Services, 133 Larsen EMPLOYEE RELATIONS Call Fred Berry, Licensed S.W.F.W.M.D. Building, Tallahassee, Florida 4 12 E. Madison St., Real Estate Salesman, INSURANCE HAMIL TON AGENCY 2379 Broad Street 32301. Room 1003 1,231-2191. BrooksvHie, Fl. 33512 Equal Opportunity Tampa, Florida 33602 BOB GADSON REALTY 1720 North Nebraska Ave. < 904-796-7211 Employer/Affirmative Action An EqEual 01 pportunity 5B10 N. 40th Street PHONE: 229-1879 ...... ...... ............ ...... ........ '.... ......


CLASSIFIED 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT... ... DON'T SWEAT THE THRIFT SALE PRIVATE INVESTORS 2 bedrooms, $250 / month. 1 bedroom, $220/month 105 W. Francis. 883-4373. SECTION 8 APPROVED HEAT Thor., Fri.,& Sun. Will consider a ny situation. 2 bedrooms, ale, carpet, Lake and 22nd St. area; $250/month, $150 security deposit. Call Gary, 9-4, 248-1848; after 6, 879. No'Y taking orders for BarCor. Central & Adalee Homeowners only. 963-0565 B-Que for your July 4th picnic (In front _of Robles Lake) (days); 963-1956 (nights). or party. For free delivery call: 1 room apartment for rent, 229-2345. $$ I BUY HOME_ S PAINTINGI lady preferred. 319 E. 7th Any Area, Any Condition, Inside & Out Avenue. We buy Homes and Lots For Cash. ANTHONY & ASSOCIATES REALTOR 6304 N. Nebraska 237-5011 HOME IMPROVEMENTS Quality work. All types. Repairs remodeling, and new construction. Class A license contractor. 238-3244 or 988-8551. REWARD For Your Junk Car Fast :free Pickup 1 626-6124 LOW INTEREST MORTGAGES Call Us_We Can Help! ACCURATE MORTGAGE BROKER 14540 N. Florida Ave. 963-0565 (days); 963-1956 (n,.ights). Fast You furnish the paint, we 963-0565 (days); do the rest. Reasonable rsites. FOR RENT LEND Mortgage Loans up to $15,000. Credit Check s Tom P. Martino, Inc., Realtor Call Ken, 237-0060. Large furnished rooms for Small apartment by week or rent with kitchen facilities. month. 932-2856. 1982 :royota <;flica GT, Call 237-2808. loaded/pampered. $6,950. Tampa 886-9648; Pinellas 1-------------1 Efficiency & 1 BR apt., ROOMS FOR RENT $125/deposit, as low as 595-5251. 2018 E. 7th Ave. Ph: 248_ 6111 Is true you can buy Jeeps for $44.00 through the U.S. 1----S-Y_L_V_I_A_W_I_G_S_&-...--1 government? Get the facts to2nd Avenue, Ybor City, $50/week including water, neat and clean, reasonable, garbage & sewage. 223-4600, 1refrigerator and cooking .. ..._ ... _f_o_r_D_a_n ... ------facilities. 238-3244 or 988-2587. 2 apartments for rent. 1051/2 1-------------1 .and 107 S. 22nd. Street. Apt. For Rent Deposit $160, Rent $250/per BEAUTY SALON day : Call 312-742-1142, ext. 2271 E. Hillsborough 9924 (Eastgate Plaza) 239-3404 Wigs Complete Hair Care Nexus Products FOR 1 bedroom/1 bath, $100 month. 247-2893, from 8:00 deposit, $45 week. 2306-13th .... m ..... ---""'-.;a 3 bedroom nice clean apt. St. Drive by then call 2 BR a pt. for' rent, for nice clean working people. 932-3077. s275/mo., $lOO de\.osit; Pay Call 254-3974. .. own 2532 W. Walnut. 2 b d d I I Nice clean private rooms for Days, 248-3791, after 6:30 call e room up ex, a c, nice clean working people. We buy Homes. Any Condi-3216 48th Street, tion. Any Area. 5275/month. 837 8429 or Private, reasonable, furnished Tom P. Martino 839 2842 and all utilities included. APT. FOR RENT f 254-3975 Large 2 bedroom apt., ale, .. Inc., Realtor $ ... Nice clean rooms, 1------------_, 265/month or $70/week. g. 2018 E. 7th Ave. ... 248-6111 $45/weekly,lstandlastweek's New large 2 BR CB duplex Water included, 5906 N. 40tb t-------------1 rent ($90) moves you in. for rent, 50th & Buffaloarea, .. :ta 248-5444. $300/month plus deposit; ROOMS FOR RENT C MORTGAGE LOANS No Credit Check!' Tony Muniz. Jr. _.. Licensed Mtg. Bkr. 6304 N. Nebraska Ave. 231-5011 available early July. Call COLUMBUS DRIVE/ 3 bedroomh full bath home 961-0198 after 6 P.M. FLORIDA AVE. ; for sale, fully air-conditioned. 1--------------1 Furnished, neat, clean and "1:1 Low rent. Call 920-5221. Unfurnished 1 bedroom, reasonable. 238-3244 or 1 = 2203 23rd Street; 1 bedroom 988-2587. 'g; 1051f2 So. 22nd unfurnished, 315 W. Amelia; : ; We Buy Land. Any Area. 2 unfurnished house, 4403 st Street C. Call Herman, 248-6111 or bedroom apt. for rent, 408 E. 7th Ave. Call877-5951, 2 bedroom block house for AIR-CONDITIONING & eves. 248-6256. water paid, deposit $160, ls, t after 5 p.m. rent. 239-9862. HEATING Tom P. Martino month's rent, $250. ApJ.__ _;__;._ ______ _.,._ ..... _________ -111.:1 All appliances oil, gas, Inc. .pliances included (stove and ROOMS FOR RENT' ROOMS FOR RENT electrical, refrigerators and 2018 E. 7th Ave. refrigerator). Call 247-2893 Large furnished rooms with 1807 E. Columbus Dr. ; freezers, ice machine, a l e, '248-6l11 between 5 & 7 p.m.. burglar bar door' near Florida Neat, clean and reasonable, rt' Call ..__....,...,... Avenue. Newly remodeled. refrigerator and cooking > muniCT FOR YOUUI J. C. PAWNBROKERS 1806 N. Howard Ave. GOLD STEREO's SILVER' CAMERA's DIAMONDS COLOR T.V.'s COINS STERLING FINE JEWELRY MONEY TO LOA!'Ii ON ANYTHING Of' VALUE MOI'i.-f'RL 9-5 SAT. 9-1 t:XPt:RT Jt:Wt:LRY RIVERGROVE AREA Bathroom and kitchen 'facilities. 238-3244 or g_ New 3 bedroom/2 bath privileges. $45/week plus _______ ... home with sunken living room $15 00 d t d :::! w/fireplace, breakfast bar, eposJ requue HOUSE FOR RENT 1 laundry room and more. 221" 3813 or 253" 2539 Call after 5 p.m. 248-2679. --$395/month. 237-1135. r--......;--------1-.:..:;.,....;__.:....:.. ____ 3 bedroom, nice clean apt. for nice clean working people. 254-3974. MONEY T ALKSI 1 bedroom CB building 2718 -12th Ave. 258-5151. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATEil Four (4) apartments -2 Large 1 bedroom, pos. 2 bedrooms each. Section 8 ap$!!' screened porch, a/c, fenced proved. Call me at 237-6985. yard and more. 3506-22nd1------------I:J" Ave., $215/month,. $125 FAIR OAKS SOUTH TAMPA security. Call Bill after 6:30 2 bedrooms/2 baths, pool =:'; .. p.m., 877-5006. and lake view. Gorgeous. ; 1----------......;t 886-9648. 1 BR duplex, 2613 Cypre$s St., Stove, refrig., A/C, very MONEY TALKS! Open your own beautiful Children's Store. Infant to pre-teen. Nationally known brands: Health Tex, Don moor, Lee, Levi, Chic, Buster Brown, lzod, Her Majesty, Nannette, Feltman and many more. Furniture-accessories and toys by Gerber and Nod A-Way. $14,900 to $17 900 in cludes beginning inventory training-fixtures-grand open ing promotions and round trip air fare for two. Call today! We can have your store opened in 15 days. Prestige House For Rent 1------------.,. clean; burglar bars. 621-4166, 1 and 2 bedroom apts for after 7 P.M. rent, a/c. I & M Apts., 1002 St. 258-5151. f7&W IMMEDIATE RESULTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY llUJOk (HL ad.eep, nih'ott& oa:Uk auail.abk !TruUu

.... .. .......... .............. .......................... ............ ........................ : Encouraged To Hire $18,400 Gift To Benefit to >' Sentinel Staff Writer team tries to "counteract the Nelson or other team members students pursuing a journalism further strengthen the already < For the past two years, situation" when placing "who see a majority of the career will benefit from a gift influential black news media Jewel Davis has coordinated clients on jobs. "We take into people in order to get a general of $18,400 recently presented in this country." ..., Offender Placement Pro-consideration what the person idea of the type of job they are to the National Newspaper for Florida Job Service. has done." .,::,; looking for, where they are .Publishers Association The $18,400 gift was part of program assists people The program coor dinator headed, and what they have (NNPA) by R.J. Reynolds Ina $207,000 commitment RJR who -are on probation or emplijlsized, "We are fair with done in the past." dustries, Inc. has with NNPA to educate 60 parole find full time, gainful the e'mploy)Ts in letting them Then it's a matter of "getMarshall Bass, vice presijournalism students. In 1972, employmenL But, according know that a person is on proting on the phone and selling dent of Reynolds Industries, RJR and NNPA created the to Davis, it's hot always easy bation or on parole. But we the person to the employer,". gave the check to the NNPA at R.J Reynolds Scholarship lining up jobs for her clients. must get permission from the Davis said. the organization's 45th annual Program in Journalism to pro"I don't want the communiapplicant before we discuss Davis, who also conducts convention on June 21 in Seatvide financial assistance to ty to turn a deaf ear when they them with the employer." workshops at Department of tie. qualified minority students at hear that' someone is on proba-Davis stated that she is also Correction Facilities on how "These scholarship funds any accredited department or tion or parole," she stated. battling a negative perception 1 to get and keep a job, alsO' exare intended to help close the school of journalism. "They don't know what it's of parolees and those on proplained: "Any job order we gap between the need for black like" until they or their bation. get, we go from there. We can jouralists and the number of children are put into that "When people hear that sofind a person to fill that slot as trained graduates available," situation for a minor infracmeone is on probation, they long as the employers let us said "We firmly believe Scholarship recipients are selected by the NNPA's Scholarship Committee. tion, "then find it hard. to get feel this person is another slim know exactly what they a job. off the street," Davis want." "A lot of people are on pro_ ed. "They feel the person has According to Nelson, bation for minor things that nothin,g going for themselves, "We've had a lot of employers can happen to me, you, or but this is not the case. 'to call back requesting that we anyone else," Davis explain"The people in our case send more people. The place ed. "These' are simple misdeload vary from entry level apment has been good, and the 111,eanors that t4e common per. plicants to professional, col-employers have been son can easily commit such as lege level people with good job pleased." But she also added, Driving While Intoxicated or skills and degrees," she stated. "There have been a few bad Driving without a Drivers According to Davis, the Ofeggs." License." fender Placement Program Davis concluded, "What According to the coor. began in 1981. "Each year we the community needs to overdina tor who works in are threatened to be tercome is that everybody placed Hillsborough, Pinellas and minated. We have ended twice on probation is a victim of cir Pasco Counties: "I want the since 1981, but were picked up cumstances," and that "this businesses to know that we do again." program has helped a whole have a team that focuses their The latest resurrection came lot of people. There is a efforts on placing people who in Nov. of 1984. "Up til this change in their attitude and are on probation or parole. point, we have a goal to place they are much happier." We screen them very carefully. at least 22 probationers a Tho111as Construction Ancl Real Estate We Have Many Different Floor Plans To Choose From, With Interest Rates Starting As Low As 9.50%. We Have An Ample Supply Of Single Family Homesites In Excellent Areas. For More Info Call: and match them with the job month," Davis revealed-. "At requirements which the this time we have placed 237 THE FLORlDA SENTINEL BULLETIN WANTS YOU TO SELECT THE employee gives to us. probationers "We do not send clients to Davis explained that the of-jobs which are related to the fenders are either referred by crime they may have doJ;te," Davis further explained. their probation or parole ofBessie Nelson, an Employfleer, or are walk-ins. Each ment Specialist 1 at the Florida client fills out an application, (Continued From Pa1e 3) would also like to see a .. decrease in the incidents of famiiy violence and the number of violent crimes that occur. Through the combined ef forts of several agencies and Juan Patterson of the Tampa Housing Authority, Tanya Hammond of the Crime Prevention Office, Det. Weatherspoon of the Tampa: Police Dept., Dr. Reed has scheduled seminars at the following sites on the follow dates: July it, Belmont Heights, ollege Hill Homes m, Ms. Edvena Director; July 18, Vi_ llage Community Ms. Carol Sheppard, Director; July 25,. West Tam pa, Mary Bethune High Rise 'Auditorium, Mrs. Cheryl Whitmore, Director; August 1, Ponce DeLeon Auditorium, Walter Crawford, Director; August 8, North Tampa,; Riverview Terrace Auditor'ium, Jeffrey Niles, Director; August 15, Ybor City area, The New Place, "Ron Ziegfield, Director; August 22, Central Park Village Auditorium, Ms. Thelma Ray, Director; aild. August 29, Robles Park Auditorium, Sylvester Powell, Director. For additional information on the seminars, phone 988-4645. All seminars will be held for one hour, 7-8 p. m., with the exception of the Ponce DeLeon seminar which will be held 4-5 p. m. 10 BeSt Dressed Yes, we're looking to you to select Tampa's 10 Best Dressed men and women. All you have to do is to nominate one or more candidates and vote for them. The candidates with the highest number of votes will be named in a special Fashion Extravaganza edition on Friday, August & 27th. PRIZES and GIFTS sponsored by FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN. Here's how to get started. Just clip the Application Form below, Make your selections and mail it to Best Dressed, c/o the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, 1207 21st Avenue or P.O. Box 3363, Tampa, Florida 33601. Voting coupons will begin to ap pear in the Florida Sentinel Bulletin on July 5, and on each publication day until the contest ends on August 16. The con-' testants with the largest numlJet of votes in both the Male and Female categories will be named to the Top 10. Top 10 Best Dressed winners will be announced at the Spotlight / Fashion Show, August 17, and will be featured in a special' Fashion Extravaganz.a issue which will be published on Friday, August 23, and Tuesday, August 27. So there's no time to waste. If someone you know is considered a flashy dresser, en ter their names now. Nominations wl/1 end July 16. APPLICATION FORM Tampa's JOBest Dressed I wish to nominate the following persons as my selection for 10 Best Dressed: MALE 0 FEMALE 0 CITY ________ ____ __ Be certain to sret your nominations In on or before July 16. Weekly tabulations will appear.


. Man Turns In For Colombian Found Guilty Of Weath.er Report Kidnapping And Murder Narcotics Dealer's Death E: According to a District 2 of kidnapping his exspokesman, 22-year-old girlfriend. Barker outlined the Charles Nathaniel Robinson, early morning escapade: after 2527 W. Palmetto, turned the shooting the suspect for himself in at police headcibly abducted Donna at gun quarters at 9:45 p.m. Monday point, taking her to her sister's night, and has been charged residence, 1145 Chestnut St. with first degree murder, kidFrom there a cab, napping, and armed burglary. forced Donna inside Ule cab Police reports state that which took them to Donna's Robinson is accused of fatally mother's house, 605 S. shooting Bernard Mann, 19, Armenia Ave. (Barker was not 3418 W. Cherry St., in the top able to provide the names of of the head with a .38 caliber Donna's sister or mother.) pistol early Monday morning While at her mom's at 6:10 a.m., as the victim residence, Donna was able to slept with Robinson's exescape through a window at girlfriend, Donna Renee Canthe rear of the house. The kid non, 22, at 1321 W. Main St. napped victim was able to obPolice spokesman Johnny tain a ride from an uniden Barker explained that Robintified person, who drove her to entered-the 1321 W. Main Bernard's (the murder victim) St. residence at 5 a.ni. Monsister's house, 1501 Green St., day morning, possibly using a where she notified police. key because there were no Robinson is being held in signs of forced entry. the Hillsborough County Jail. The suspect is also accused No bond has been set-. Jaime Diaz, a Colombian who is believed to,.. be in his 20s, was convicted of first degree murder by a Hillsborough County Circuit ::.court on Friday, for the shooting death of narcotics dealer Harry Lee "Butch" Brown, 40. According to police reports, Brown was shot twice in the neck in the parking lot of a Main St. bar on O.C. 30, after the two became engaged in an argument. Diaz was arrested and confessed to the crime on January 14. Defense Attorney Norman Cannella argued before the judge and jury that Diaz shot the victim in self defense. Ac cording to Cannella, Brown chased Diaz to his car and started a fight. But, according to court room accounts, Assistant State RicJ< Escobar_ ( ,, I ( r r r '; .. ...... "'" ,, &"v ... :-... .. t __________ .... ___ ---------------. ........ .. 1 IF YOU WOULD LIKE THE I I FLORIDA SENTINELBULLETIN I I DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME EACH ; 1 WEEK, PLEASE FILL OUT THE I I SUBSCRIPTION BLANK BELOW. I :SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE DELIVERED BY I I MAIL ONLY. I : 6 Months Only $17 1 Year $31 I I I Today -partly cloudy and warm with scattered thundershowers, high 90, low 74. Wednesday con tinued partly cloudy and warm, high 91, low 73. Thursday -early morning will be sunny with a few rain drops falling in the afternoon, but becoming sunny throughout the day, HARRY LEE BROWN high 90's, low 74. responded by pointing out that..,.. ____ ............ ..... ....,li. "because Brown was laying serving 15-years-to-life for face down on the ground when shooting her i ex-husband to he was shot, the death in a motel in upstate Ithaca. actions could not be con"I don't think of the future. "'" sidered self defense." I just live here and try to The state decided not to adapt," the petite murderess seek the death penalty for told The Post. f Diaz's conviction. Besides the "But to me this graduation death penalty, first degree was part of fulfilling a con= murder convictions carry a life tract to set an example for sentence in prison with no my 13-year-old son that you f chance of parole in 25 years. can make something oL 1;= Husband-Killer Locks Up Diploma NEW YORK Bernadette Powell graduated from college with honors yesterday -:in prison. yourself." : During the past five years, = Miss Powell attended night :P classes at the Bedford Hills S!: Correctional Facility. It paid off with a BS in a psychology from Murphy College's College Behind Bars program. TO REGISTER FICITDOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HERJ;BY GIVEN that the uadersiped, HeieR J. Leag, iateads to ngbter tbe ftditiou tnHie name, Tbe Palms Family Restaurant, wftl tbe Clerk of the Omdt of HUisboreqlt Coanty, Florida, Pursuant to Sectioa 865.09, Florida 1953: t.\lat the undersiped inteads to fqage in the basmess of Selling Food, at 1112 No. llad St. Tampa, florida. 1 CIRCULATION PEPT. Subscriptions 8y Moll I 1 P. 0. Box 3363 Poyableln Advance, Enclose I 1 Tampa, Flo. 33601 Money Order Or Check I I I Her dreams of a career may never get past a 20-foot fence : covered with razor-sharp barbed wire. Dated this 17tll day of June 1915. Helea J. Long J.D. Long Sole Owners I The I ADDRESS .A.PT. I I I CITY STATE ZIP_. I (No lfefvnds Given On Subscriptions 1 I I IF SENTINELS ARE NOT SOLD WHERE YOU SHOP, PLEASE I I ASK THE .ft\ANAGER IF THE STORE WILL CARRY THE SENTINEL I I TO ACCOMMODATE THEIR CUSTOMERS. I UNClt?SANDY I FOR SERVICE CALL THE CIRCULATION DEPT. P. li'.i11 .. 9i\i. .......... \fotfo !)' NT EST IS NO A NERVOUS RECK I 816 DEAL II .. \\oll.Wiooof !WON,


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