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Dad, Daughter Meet After 18 Year I. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 ,.. 35 All The News Fit To Print AMERICA'S S.EMI-WEEKLY ................ '--110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 62 TAMP A, FRIDAY, 5, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Pool Plagued By Vandals, Swimmers (SEE STORY -ON PAGE 22-A) :Youth Shot In Gang Fight SPECIAL W .M.S. OBSERVANCE The recent program by the Women's Missionary Society of Greater Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church was one of several special events held by the group each year. Participants included, left to right, Ruby Williams, Advisor; Tennie Belton, Rutha Hunter, the speaker, and Gaynel Dixon. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A) KING AND QUEEN CHOSEN BY ST. LUKE LAYMEN The Laymen's Organization of St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church culminated the Laymen's Day Observance with the coronation of a king and queen. Curtiss Wilson and Earl were winners of this first annual event. Joe Limehouse, left, and Barbara Limehouse, nght, were runners-up. Herbert Bassett is the president. The Rev. C.D. Dixon is the pastor.


. New Manager Unrest Among Continues :To Stir Apartment Tenants ''We take care of the needs Michael Floyd, the 31-year-BY PATTY ALLEN of the people who are here," old manager of Central Court Sentinel Staff Writer 32-year-old Joseph Valentino ff:els he is "in a ments, these apartments are in explained. He is a one-man catch '22 siiliaiip)l." While bad shape. operation who renovates vasori f e residents are "He knew what the situacant apartments painting, hiin on his efforts t improve tion was, but didn't deal installing new kitchen fixtures, .the family with it," Key continued. "He laying new tile, and repairing apartment building, are spent money .. op. the outside the bathrooms for tehant cir c ulating petition a get rid when the mohey could have tranfers. Some residents are of him. : gone towards fixing ceilings, even asked to move out of not a repairing bathrooms, and their apartments for four project," Floyd maintained as (purchasing) days, in qrdePto receive the he pointed out some of the ifn-'This is my' main concern." same complete service. provements he has made durKey/s concerns are shared "What he's (Floyd) done ing his three months on the by Silaron.Mazion, a five-year has been a lot more than what job. "I want to make this resident, and Deloris Hester, a the other managers have place beautiful on the inside 14-year resident. done," Valentino stated. Cenand on the outside." "He doesn't know how to tral Court Apartments has had So far he has repaired the deal with poor, black people," three managers come and go washers and dryers in the launHester stated. "He doesn't According to Floyd, "They dry room, installed new care." (the tenants) want a quick fix. mailboxes, ordered new On the other side of this But we've got to give and playground equipment, reconflict iscalvin Laws, also a they've got to give." He feels painted the lines on the four long time resident. "I don't that the residents "don't spuare and hopscotch games, see nothing wrong with the care." constructed a patio, and he work he is doing around Floyd is a native ; has planted new shrubbery here," Laws explained. "A lot Oaklahoma City, and IS and put down mulch in the of people have different opiattending the University of flower beds. nions, but my opinion is he's South Florida studying for his But according to Joseph doing a great job improving masters in psychology. oS: Key, Jr., a 13-year resident at the apartments and the "They must abide by the c:i. Central Court Apartments, grounds." rules and laws," the manager "We live on the inside, not the Floyd's maintenance worker stated. "If they can't do that, outside. There are things that is also pleased with the work then their options are be not been worked on for which has been accomplished evicted or move." inside people's apart-so far From left to right: Joseph Ellis Seller, Alexander Smith, Burt Williams, and Manager n ............. Floyd w9rk on putting in the new mailboxes. Trallways family fare Discount Travel Program One Child Under 12 Rides FREE Children Under 17 Ride Y2 Price -Way Tickets Good For 2 Months Good On All Schedules. 7-Days A Week No Reservations No Advance Purchase For Info Call: 229-1831 O!o Of Proceeds To Benefit The Center For Missing & Exploited Children FREE BLESSED MONEY PRAYER CLOTH 1163 Spiritual' Divine Healer. Metaphysician, balist. Marriage Counselor, Spiritual Hel of life' s problems. Write shop Kelly, P.. O Box 11832 Fla. 33680 eather Report d Today--sunny an warm with a 20 percent ; chance of rain. High 91, 1 low 74. Saturday con-' tinued sunny, high 91 1ow73. Sunday sunny an humid, high 92, low 74. Suiiday i nPiant (;ity -2812 E HWY 82 8202 N flor1<11 Ave. 1711 8nodoa 81. Bnodoo 3100 GII'Y 8hnl. 1908 S M1cDIU Avl. 4021 W Hlllsbor ... Ave. Dill Mlbry 11 SpriCI 3015 W KlnHoly 11-' 2001 N 0111 M1bry 3127 E HIUaboro .... Awl. 1 Superf.iunge & Pkg. Pk!!: _j Busch Stroh's suitcase 24 12 OZ. ClftS Room Temp. ,. : 24 12 oz. bolts. Room Temp. Molson Canadian 6 Red, White, Blue Germany' s Finest Beer Konigsbacher Ballantine Scotch Bailey's Irish Cream' TiaMaria COFFEE UOUEUR PLUS S3 MfG. RBT. Seagram's 7 Blend Gordon's Gin Popov Vodka Ancient Age Brb. Black Velvet Can. Walker's Canadian Kessler Blend Captain Morgan Scoresby Scotch CuHy Sark Scotch SmirnoH Vodka Ron Rico Rum E&JBrandy PLUS $3 MFG. RBT. SPICED RUM 59. 2 oz. PlUS $3 MFG. RBT. 59.2 OZ: 59. 2 oz. 59. 2 oz. Jim Beam Bourbon Seagram's Gin Seagram's Cooler Plus $2 Mfg. Rbl. 4 12 oz. bolts. Gallo PINK CHABLIS RHINE CHABLIS SPANAOA YIN ROSE RED ROSE BURGUNDY Gold Peak Taylor CALIF. CELLARS Coke or Diet Coke Mk Sunny Florida Dairy lofat Most Stores 6.99 CASE 9.49 tASE 3.39 6.99 CASE 3.99 7.39 10.99 11.49 7 : 5.99 7 : 6.99 LTR. 5.69 LTR. 6.99 LTR. 7.49 LTR. 10.99 11.79 11.99 12.29 LTR. 18.49 11.99 11.29 12.99 11.49 11.79 3.49 3.69 4.69 L:R. 6.49 1.29 LiR. 2.15 GAL.


.. .......................... Tutorial -Program : Number Holiday Reunites Father And Of Students .Planned To Target Daughter After 18 Years BY GWEN HAYES before Carol was born JorBY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor It has been nearly a month since school closed, and in just over a month school will be re opening for the fall. In the beginning most will need to polish their skills of things forgotten and others will have to continue being tutored throughout the school year. For these students, the Basic Education Skills Tutorial Program (BEST), under the auspicies of the Tampa Urban League, Mrs. Joanna Tokley, Executive Director, is the thing that keeps them going. Last month, the BEST pro gram completed its second year under the Tampa Urban League with a school closing party at the Urban League Of fice. Coordinated by Mrs. Gloria Anthony, the program was set up in four satellite centers and based at the Urban League of fice. "The program is design for minority youth and ... to assist them in raisJOANNA TOKLE\' ... Executive Director and maintaining their GLORIA ANTHONY academic average to 2.0 or ty of Tampa, Jesuit, better," Mrs. Anthon y st ated. Hillsborough and King High Seventy-two (72) st udent s Schools assisted. were served i n last year's proThe Fall tutorial program is gram and that was U above slated to get_ underway Sept. the number targeted to serve. 10 and will be coordinated Students who participated with the Hillsborough County were in grades 4-12 and were # Center -of Excellence. given assistance in math, "This is a needed service reading, science and English. and we'd like to have it Staff. development seminars throughout the City of Tam th e tutors in being pa, Ms Anthon y stated. to work with the students "We'd' like to sei up addiarmoniously. The staff tiona! programs in recreation members also attended addiand community centers and in tiona! training sessions on churches and daycare child abuse and sexual harasscenters." Definite plans will ment. And, students from area be made to set up satelljte high schools and colleges centers in Riverview, Progress assisted in the tutoring effort. Village and areas north of "These were ethnically mix. Buffalo Ave., Mrs Anthony ed students who wanted to put' said. something back into the com"It's the individual teaching munity. They had the tools to that motivates the students pass on something," she said. and helps them to improve Students from USF Universitheir own self-esteem by '2301 E. Hillsborough Ave. I -238-0351 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905' building their academic skills," Mrs. Anthony explain ed. One thing the tutors are concerned about is making the program more attractive to high school athletes who must maintain a particular average in order to participate in s ports. "We do not guarantee the child will improve overall ... however, we do stress academic improvement and use as a theme, "Give Your Mind A Chance To Achieve." Operating Mortday through Thursday, tutors at the various centers included: Belinda Smi t h, Tampa Urban League; Carlos Chambers and Michele Brown, Robles Park; Prudence Norton, Derrick Gordon and Veronica Adams, Ponce deLeon; Sam Corson and Christopher Perez, Martin Luther King Center; Lena Jenkins and Carolyn Seals, Forest Heights Center. Cooling Fans Available A limited number of cooling fans are still available through the Neighborhood Service Centers for residents with the greatest need, or are without any type of cooling unit. Priority will be given to residents with health pro blems; and those applying must meet income guidelin es For additional informatiqn, call theEasn ; Tampa Nei'ghborhood Service Center, 272-5220; West Tampa, 272-5074; Ruskin Commu1;1ity Service Center, 272-6989 and in Plant City, 754-2621, extension 30.5;-0I 209. IT'S VERY WISE TO ADVERTISE! Now Open On Sundays 12-5 P.M. 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 Palm lllver Plaza 81fteiylhin!l fllou Jfeed fM fllou'l :Jtai'l Sentinel Managing Editor dan, who is retired, went up to Independence Day, July 4 visit Carol' s family in 1967 .?' is a time many families set and he recalled her cooking French toast for him at nine aside for family reunions. The years old same held true for 27-year-old She had pleasant memories Carol Marie Weathers, who just two weeks ago decided she of her father's visit and they have communicated since that would come to Tampa to visit time by telephone and letters. her father, Robert Jordan, and other family members. Like her father (he has Weathers and her nine-yearsisters and brother s, most old son, Jerry, who had never Tampa), Carol also is the seen his grandfather, took duct of a large family. On their first plane ride while ai mother's side of the family, she has two brothers and thr the same time leaving the state of New York for the first time sisters; and on her father's and came to Tampa for vacat?ere are five brother s and tion. s1ster. All have made her ''I'd thought about it many more than welcome. times," the young secretary even to exsaid of plans to come to Tamend her stay past Fnday to "b h' Monday \ pa, ut t 1s hme 1t was sort of' spur of the moment. I just She didn' particularl y li told myself I'm going to do the plane ride, but her trips to it." sites in the ba.y area have Like many, Ms. Weathers exciting. She has gone to also wanted to know more Disney World, Harbou-r about her roots and other Island, Busch Gardens, "and members of her father's fami-we took them to Pizza Hut as ly her aunts, uncles, soon as they got off the brothers, sisters and cousins. plane," her aunt, Ms. Lovie She had been fortunate Jordan stated about the Sun enough to meet f our of the day arrival. brothers on net father's side of Jerry says Tampa is a real the family (one lives in New nice place, "but I don't like York). "I just wanted to know some of the trees." more about my family," she Even though th e said. have also enjoyed her trip to Carol's father and mother, Tampa Carol has decided that Ms. Bertha Weathers, met in Tampa will be her vacation Miami. But she moved to New spot. "I didn't realize I had so where her family resi<;led mariy family members. "For The Best In Hair Care" Call Ayesha 229-9380 A Iter 6, 254-4338 Kisses Hair Designers 406-A E. 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.c:l -= = -= = = I ............. .-... -................ FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN l USPS 202 140 every Tuesday and Fridoy .. by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin Publ1shmg Co 2207 21 sf Avenue, Torripo Florida 33605 Moil oil Correspondence To : P 0 Box 3363 Tampa, Fl. 33601 Member of noti"onol Newspaper Publishers Assciotion (NNPA). and Am algamated Publishers, Inc. New York. CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS 1901-1977 Founder C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. President and Publisher SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS General Manager GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor BEnY DAWKINS General Advertising Director r C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill Circulation Manager CAMILLE WILLIAMS Office Manager SIMON JOHNSON AVELINO CASELLA$ RAMOS Production Directors Paid At Tampa. Florida SUBSCRIPTION RATES $31 Per Year Both Editions: $17 Per Year One Edition. PHONE: 248-1921 + I First Marriage Not Solution For s. Africa The first legal mixed marriage occurred recently and many people throughout the world wondered what such a happening for the future of the people of South The white bride and Black groom symbolize a South African change I? that the traditional ban of interracial mar riages has been somewhat altered. _There is no question that true : freedom en tails. the right of individuals to marry as con sentmg adults and as far as that alone goes, it was a forward. But there are greater concerns m South Africa than The major goal of the conscientious Blacks and whites of South Africa is not to each other but to assure equal rights to hfe for man, woman, and child of that person's color. This is not an e!lSY _task because it is being attempted in !he. face of centuries of legalized racial pre JUdice. Therefore, we feel the world should more on removing the of and working towards the unity of the millions of South Africans than focusing on the union of just two people. .. Those individuals who try to interpret one mterracial. marriage as proof of a changed South _Afnca are not facing reality. And not to face the reality of South Africa's racism lives, limbs and freedom. The world's citizens can't take a pollyanna of the effect the interracial marriage have on South Africans and their future In the final analysis, South Africa a free state. If it doesn't, the hal for all other countries to become slave states will hang more readily over all of necks. i BY RUDOLPH HARRIS July 4th: Fruits Of Freedom Must Become A Reali It is fast becoming a reality in society today that the greatest enemy confronting this nation is not some exter nal force of communism, but its own hypocrisy which has finally harnessed its deceptive character. Such comes into vivid focus as America celebrates this week its herald ed, Independence Day. Lase Tuesday, this column more than shared sufficient historical facts reflecting the role played by Blacks in America's independence from British tyranny, breaking the chains of Colonialism. Today, some 209 years after that historic freedom. America's Black population suffers worst economic astrocities than the American Colonies reaped under British mercantile policies. The Civil War, a hun dred and twenty years ago, has not changed this hard fact. The bulk of the Black population is but a neck upon the drowning waters of economic poverty. The mimics of an initiating small so-called Black middle class can not hide the disgusting, the real economic fact of Black America, today. Nothing short of an effec tive economic "Marshall Plan" for the poor of this na tion can achieve the real fruits William RaspD. rry i I -Theories About What's Gope Wrong With Kids WASHINGTON Okay, I'm skeptical of pat theories, too especially when they promise more than seems reasonable to expect. Bul if you can suspend your skep ticism for a few minutes, you just might find yourself nod ding in agreement as Frances Cress Welsing spins out her theory of what has gone wrong with America's children. The problem, says this controver sial Washington psychiatrist, is: Too little "lap time." She is talking about the thing you have observed, and perhaps experienced. A child wants to be held, and the mother responds. "If she's relaxed about it, the child will get into a state of deep relaxa tion, and tben, after a while, will say 'Let me down.' Children know when they've had -enough." The problem, she says, is that too many of our children black children in particular -don't get enough at tbe appropriate age, and the dearth of lap time later propels them into premature sex, alcohol and drug abuse: "What we are experiencing (in drug abuse and adolescent sex) is an epidemic of dependency deprivation among our group." It's an age-old problem; she says, which perpetuates itself because we tend to learn our parenting styles from our own parents. "Imagine what it was like to be a black baby in slavery. A child cries and cries and cries, but the mother, hav ing work to do, can't pick it up and give it the atiention it needs. So child grows up and becomes a parent without having learned how to satisfy emotional needs, and so it is passed on "After slavery, given the fact that women found it necessary to function as bread winners because the men were often denied the opportunity to work, we ended up with overwhelmed mothers who didn't have the time or emo tional energy to provide an adequate amount of lap time for their children, who, in ad dition, may have been too closely spaced." While Welsing's emphasis is. on black children, she insists that her theory applies with equal force to white children. ''This culture has attempted to substitute material things for emotional needs, and it doesn't work. And as a result, even children from well-to-do families are getting into all kinds of trouble with drugs and sex Orientals, on the other hand, tend to give their children a great deal of lap time, and, as a result, they have the lowest rates of crime of the independence this na tion commemorates at this hour. The British of 1776 may well have been conquered but their very enslaving mental seed apparently rests in exor cist t in their so-called con querors. And it appears as if the venom is world wide. Our African cousins in the continent's South, have effec tively raised the cry of freedom. The call leading to economic and political freedom has received but a feeble and de<:eptive reponse. Pretoria and Cape Town, up to this point, have offered but the gesture of inter-racial sex. The Black African asks for an Oxen and receives in response the comfort of a little "Ass". How confused such captors can be. Likewise, the Negro counterpart in this tand has received as a response, in kind, the tranquilizing drugs of social integration. The British of old certainly taught lesson well. Those of us who are living today in this, the last quarter of the 20th Century, could be living in the triumph of destiny. In the next 15 years, the world will unfold a dramatic unknown. No clock ever turns back The choice somehow is more than crystal clear. The forces surrounding mankind today suggest as Martin Luther King stated nearly 20 years ago. It is chaos or community. The weapons of Armageddon are cocked in place and man's psychological destructive nature is well documented from the Crusades of the Middle Ages to Viet Nam. However, as the positive prophets of old, there are those of us who yet believe in miracles. Swords can be turned into plow shares and shields into pruning hooks. That Savior who walked this earth almost 2000 years ago left the only blueprint fitting for mankind's present ma. The ultimate question confronting the British querors of 200 years demands a response of greatest civility. Perhaps nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all is yet within the realm possibility. and adolescent pregnancy and the other things that are plagu ing us." She says she is constantly struck by how often, both in (Continued On Page 5-A)


-------------The Truth Is The Ligh Part II "Just as the Prophet was basically a religi ous and spiritual teacher and messenger and, at the same time, due to the cir cumstances, a temporal ruler and statesman, Islam has been since its very birth both a religious discipline and, so to speak, a move ment. It is basically religious because of the status Muham mad attained as the Apostle of God appointed and sent by Him to deliver His message to maakind, and political because of the environment and circumstances in which it arose and grew ,'' the Origins and Early Development of Shi'a Islam, Jafri. In my dictionary, the defini tion of moslem refers me to muslim. In the Subject Card Catalog of the Main Library downtown, there is no card for the term, "moslem." Dr. Jafri's book, "although of academic importance, (the book) will be read with interest by the general reader wishing to know the facts about the se cond largest group in Islam," the Shiites. Coincidentally, the Shiites came about after ''the division of the Sunni and Shii branches." For your own protection, never call a Shiite Muslim, "a Shiite Moslem Its about as dangetous as calling, "a Puer to Rican a Cuban," or vice versa. For real. For your in formation, a Shiite Moslem is the imagination of its creator(s) or shall we say, sup posedly, a group of people believing in the religion of Islam. Somewhere along the line, the separation of the teachings and of Islam HER VIEW BY RANDOLPH KINSEY got lost, because they do not really believe. ... we must never condemn religion because there is no contradic tion between religion and revolution: Both, in their own way, properly uphold the ge nuine interests and aspirations of humanity, the nation and the laboring masses." "In gist, God is always for justice and those who love God must always be struggling for justice. In other words, those who are religious can on ly serve God by serving the masses of our scattered aqd suffering people." The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, Pro verbs 1 :7. As we have been told over and over again, "Know the truth and the truth will set you free." Such as it is, the truth is s till the eterna light. Peace Be Unto You. looked forward to the morn ing devotional period. That Schools Missing was the only religious contact many of them had and today, Two Keys it would be the only religious Today, 1 quite often hear contact many of our students the guys around my age would have. speaking fondly and affec-Everybody must have tionately about teachers who something that they can were determined to see that believe in. The concept of students did what students right and wrong is not autowere supposed to do. These matic. It is not something that teachers made sure students our kids pick up attended classes, did their automatically. They are taught homework, paid attention in Two very these concepts either at home, class, and conducted them-are m 1ssmg from our in the streets or in school. selves properly classrooms today. They are a Of the three places, I know The choices were you do rod for disciplining and that most of this learning takes these things, or they would put prayer. It is impossible to place in the streets and at some leather to your hide. But discipline anybody school. Schools are expected all that was before the days of without fear of some kind of by many to replace the homes child abuse, modern punishment. in raising children. The atpsychology, and the no padChild. psychology is good, titude of so many parents dling in the classroom rules. but a child needs to know that is.,-raise my children, teach I wrote last week about the wheri every thing else fails, it's them but don't lay a hand on crime rate among our younger to the woodshed. I do not them. I maintain that people. I attributed a lot of believe in child abuse, nor do I discipline must be established this to a lack of discipline and advocate it. I do believe the before education can take poor examples to follow right to paddle a child should place. among other things. Our be returned to the individual A better job of training our world has become so morally teachers in the classroom. students in the path of life that loose, until just about It is not enough for the they should travel must be anything goes. Parents are d_eans or assistant prindone. A person who is put on generally too busy with c1pal to paddle. A child learns the straight and narrow road worldly thiqgs to raise their to respect those issuing the as a child seldom strays as an children. punishment rather than those adult. We need to get back to For the average black child. they gave the problem. putting our children back on the majority of this discipline Students know that teachers tbat path. and teaching comes during his can't do very much to them The community, parents Lake Butler Prison Surgery Modern Day Barbarism? The public would no doubt be shocked beyond belief if the true story was ever told re garding inmate care at the Lake Butler prison hospital. A court-appointed recent doc tors survey team said that 17 of the last 34 deaths where surgery was involved were "preventable." .... an insurance company, I would advise you to settle all !.II of these (claims) out of court. Over the years, released in mates have told this comer stories resembling something coming out of the Middle .Ages. One doctor referred to as "Cold Steel Charlie", allegedly has a record at Lake Butler which is akin to Nazi astrocities at Dachau. "Cold Steel" is alleged to have prescribed surgery for inmates complaining of a mere headache or toothache. Many who got on the operating table never got off alive. As a result of the state investigation, a 60-day moratorium has been imposed on surgery at the hospital facility. I wouldn't take any of these to court. You don't have much to stand on," he said. <> Stories have been told by former inmates which reflect upon a barbaric attitude which may well have permeated long before the hospital stage. Ac cording to some, injured in mates have been prolonged in receiving medical attention beyond a point where they are virtually left to die. Many stabbings and other violent acts of injuty resulting in death, never .\ became public knowledge Many young men, Black men in particular, are sent to Raiford with the knowledge that such an un timely death will be their fate. If the prison system in Florida and other states in this nation are to become responsi ble and affective rehabilitory facilities, the current attitudes must change. The program must be financially upgraded and salaries of guards and other employees must be raisff = ; ft> I = = ;= Such cruelty has been able to occur at such prison facilities across the nation because of the political at titude towards inmates in this nation. With a large propor tion of the prison population composed of young Black males, unofficial sanction may well have become party to such a barbaric practice as ecently found at Lake Butler How many of the recent 17 preventable deaths were Black males is not known at this time. ed to a level of attracting llri'I...C:.-. non-mentally deranged who seek such occupations as means of giving self satisfac tion to their own sick minds. Perhaps the public will never know the true story of Lake Butler. Lawyers for the State who argued in opposi tion to a suit filed by families of victims have urged the State of Florida to settle out of court. One report quotes an anonymous reviewer for the State as remarking, "If I were The med ical comm unity ought be alarmed at what has been allowed to develop ai Lake Butler. The Florida pro fessio nal s ociety should con> duct an investigation or take S, ste p s to see k legislation which will give it some responsibility :::!. i n certifying those in the pro1 fession who are allowed to practice their "craft" in the ft> sta te prison system. As The Good Book has said ; "If you g:' would do it to those, the least Er of these my brethren, you have done it also unto me." =: l William Raspberry (Continued From Page 4-A) her clinical and in her Perhaps she would like to frequent visits to schools, the offer some sort of caveat, lest answer comes back "no" those who hear her conclude when she asks teen-agers if that believes that adequate they got enough lap time when "lap time" would eliminate all they were growing up social problems? For the younger ones, she Well, not "We will says, she tries to counsel the be well into the prevention of children to communicate their all the things we call s ocial ills need for affection and their if we understand the critical parents to provide it. For the importance of adequate emo older ones, she tries to help tiona! nurturing .. .. So much of them under stand that they can what we see as social problems learn to ''be good to is really a search for so mething themselv e s -no calling to kill the pain of longing, of yourself names and all that." not feeling valida ted and lov But there really is no substitute ed" -of inadequate "lap for lap time, she insists time." MARRIAGE LICENSES o = I'IJ hours at school. Parents are and they will remind a teacher and the schools should comto'? busy. If the schools are in a minute of this cold, hard bine to save us and our John Fitzgerald Edwards, Craig Steven Chapman, 24, gomg to have the responfact. children from themselves. 21, Tampa, and Carole An-Tampa, and Cynthia LaVerne si_bil_ity. o_f raising, teaching and I feel that putting prayer Our schools can't solve the drea Chung, 24, Toronta, Adkins, 27, Tampa. disciphnmg our children, then back into the classroom will problems by themselves, but Canada. Naaman Collins, 25, t"'1 us give the schools the help students to become better they can be a big help. Sylvester Washington, 36, Roselle, New Jersey, ar:Jd :l .... .. .. tools needed to do the persons. I can recall once 248-1921 Tampa, ancJ Valorie James, Deborah Montgomery, 25, ;;i again, that many children 30, Tampa. Tampa .. .. ... ... ...... ..


The Jennings Family held its Third Annual Family Reunion in Tampa. Dur ing the weekend of June 21-23, activities were enjoyed by the whole fiiniily above as they took time out of their Family Day at Seminole Gardens Com-munity Center to pose for this picture. The fami -ly extends gratitude to the Rev. Young Glover, pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill, and the congrega tion of that church. c Ybor City Campus. THf J. YOUNG ._!: Also elected and installed at the meeting were Vice ADULT CHOIRS UNION Sponsors :a Presidents Tom Cone, Richard Fee, and Patricia Rudy. Linda APPRfCIATIONPROGRAM Annis was named Secretary and Stephen Shepherd was install-Sunday. July 7 -5 ed as Treasurer. At 2:45P.M. = I dd h For fvenlng Star Tabernacle = n a IliOn, t ree new members were appointed to the FounM.s. Church dation Board of Directors. Earl Emmons, a Regional Rev. c. H. Sheppard, Pastor of the Tampa Tribune, and Marshall Glass, an executive with the B & B Grocery st ore chain were named to the Board. Susie Monaco, who just retired as the Foundation 's staff assistant, also joined the Board. BROWN BUDDY CLUB Brown Buddy Social Club left on June 16 for a week cruise on the "Fun Ship" Gras to Cozumel, Grand Cayman Island, and Ocho Rios, Jamacia. They enjoyed the delicious meals aboard the ship, saw several interesting shows played in the Bourbon Street arcade as well as the casino games, returning home June 23. Brown Buddy members and friends taking the cruise w e re: Evelyn Brookins, Verdell Rodgers, Eartha Miller, Filmore and Ella Johnson; and friends, Creola Morgan, Juhe Johnson of Orlando; Charlie Mae Martin, Willie Mae Ward of '5 Georgia, Ruth Wimberly of St. Petersburg, Emma Hunter, :S Vera Miller Patrice Carswells, Lelia Graham, Rosa Mary = annah Walker, Susie Tilman of North Carolina, and Mr.'and Mrs. Cornelius McKinnon, Mr. and Mrs. William .=-Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Covington of North Carolina, Mrs. Joevida Byrd and little Tonya Rodgers, daughter of Mrs. "3 Verdell Rodgers. Mrs. Manuel Wilders is of this club, =? but was unable to attend. Eartha Miller is the reporter. = = 00 MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1950 The Middleton High School Class of 1950 will meet at the home of Bettye King, 5005 S. 85th St., 7 p.m. Saturday, July 6 The last meeting was held at the Quality Inn East, s ite of their 35th Class Reunion, July 26-28. present were: Marjorie Anderson, Robert Scott, Frances Johnson Irene Floyd, Frances Jennings, Fannie Har ris, Daisy Thou'tas, Pearl Purvis, Altamese Nelson, Lina Tillman, Eloise Allen, J.P. Harris, Lydia Allen, Allie son, Rowena Brady, Bettye King, Daisy Ulmer and Margie Williams. The president is asking all members to be present and on time. HILLSBOROUGH ALUMNI MEETING This year will mark the IOOth year of the prestigiou s Hillsborough High School. The various alumnus of Hillsborough High have joined together to celebrate its centen nial year. All persons connected with Hillsborough High are urged to attend a meeting July 11, at 7 P. in Erwin Area Tech, 2010 E Hillsborough Ave. For more information call Tony Caminiti at 935-8669 or Tony Milioto at 254-1064. HCC FOUNDATION ELECTS OFFICERS Brandon resident Sandy Rodriguez was elected President of the Hillsborough Community College Foundation at the recent -< New Deadllneslf For ;...:: Church Advertisement All Social Club Birthday News 1-ol 2 PM Thursday 2 PM Tuesday (,!) Far Tuesday fdltlon For Friday fdltlan a;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;Clark Maxwell, Executive Director of the State Board of Community Colleges, was the guest speaker for the Annual He presented a brief ta lk on how community colleges fared during the last legislative sess ion. During the program, HCC's Director of Development War ren Johnson, presenteQ. Ms. Monaco with an engraved plaque commemorating her 15 y ears of service to HCC and the Foun dation. ... Presidenl EBENEZER M.S. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street There Is A Revival In Your Area! A Ministry Designed For The Entire Family, Teaching The Word Of God With Simplicity, Preaching With Divine Fervor. .. ; Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Holy Communion The Members Of City Wide Choirs Union No. 2 Wish To Thank Everyone That Gave Us Support During Our Annual Singing Convention Which Was Held June 29 & 30. We Appreciate Your Support In Every Way. If You Need Us, Call On Us. We Will Respond. Yours In Christ. SIS. LUEVENIA HENRY ... Program Chairperson SIS. ALICE MITCHELL ... Reporter At Macedonia M.S. Church 3401 E. Wilder Avenue July 8-July I 2, I 985 7 :30P.M_ Rev. E_ Gordon, Pastor EVANGELIST W C. HOLDfN -.A Preacher From Lake Placid_ Deliverance From All Manner Of Diseases Through The Teaching Of God' s Powerful Scriptures. There Is A Divine Blessing For You In Every Service. DEACON VIRGIL BROOKS


Ruby Speights, Brenda McKinney and Linda Thurman .... FAMU Pharmacy Alumni Scholarship Event. Come Over To MACEDONIA And Help l)s! THE CHURCH Of THE APOSTLES 301 North & Jackson Rd., Thonotosassa Senices Will Be Conducted By The Pastor. Announces Their ANNUAL REVIVAL July 8-July 21 At8P.M. Nightly Come One, Come All. You Are Always Welcome! 8. E. E. (Black Entertainment Enterprises) Presents THE FLORIDA JAM Grand Ballroom Holiday Inn-Airport_ 4500 West Cypress Street Saturday, July 73, J98S 9:00P.M. ADMISSION: $6.00 -Must Be Over 21Proper Attire Required Music By: SILK & siLVER (A Portion Of The Proceeds Will Benefit The Sickle Cell Association Of Hillsborough County.) WISHI\G YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDAY .MISS ROSE Today, s hawna Nicole Johnson is celebrating her 4th birthday Greetings are sent out to her from her mother, Yvonne, and godparents Betty and Johnny Dawkins. Shawna is the grand daughter of Carolyn Williams and Mrs. Johnson; great grandmothers, Audrey Spot ford and Doris Williams and great-great grandmother ''Mama" Hattie. She will be celebrating her special day with god sisters Beverly and Debra Dawkins. July 4th was a blast for Sabetrice Ruth Scott. She celebrated her Qirthday. Sabetrice is the daughter f Ms. Hannah. Scott. Grand. New Deadllnesll For Church Advertisement Social Advertisement All Social. Club, Birthday News 2 I'M Thursday For Tuesday ldlfl2 I'M Tuesday For Fr:lday ldltl-Appreclotlon Program For SIS. MAMIE WILLIAMS sunday, July 7, At 3:00P.M. ST. LUKE A.M.E. CHURCH 2709 25th Street Sponsored By: USHIRS UNION NO. 3 Oa Program WUI Be. St. Luke's Choir No. 1 Rev. C. D. Dixon, Host Pastor Bro. Nathaniel Cannon, President THI FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 01 COLUGI HILL I L 3838 29th Street Pastor Young Glover SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1985 Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Service11:00 A.M. BTU5:00P.M. Evening Service-6:30P.M. parents are Mr. and Mrs Norflet (Charity) Hunter of Mobile Ala Her godmother is Ms. Beatrice Ashley of Flushing, N. Y. Sabetrice graduated from Branscomb Learning Center in June 1985. She will attend .Robles Elementary in the fall as a kindergarten student. Joining in the 4th of July celebration were her mother, Ms. Hannah Scott; sisters, Yrin and Charity; aunt, Dorothy Hunter, Mobile, Ala.; cousin, Nickie Reed, Mobile, Ala.; god aunts, Mrs. Edna McGrady, and Emma Brown;1god sisters, Frances McGrady, and Emily pastor, Rev. C. D. Dixon. "Pepper" Brown; grand godThey have seven children and mother, Mrs. Mattie Wilson; several grandchildren. Mrs. god brother, Rickey Moultry; Dixon is worship chairman of and other relatives and the Branch friends. Women's Missionary Society, Mrs. Mary C. Dixon will be President of the Tampa Conff = receiving wishes for a happy ference Ministers' Spouses c birthday on July 7. She is the Alliance, and the musician f wife of the St. Luke African the St. Luke A.M.E. 'i" Methodist Episcopal Church School. f :: Q. l recently applied for an auto loan from a finance company. The person who look my application asked for mv Social I didn't want to give it to her, but shr said the company uses Social Security numbers for filing purposes. Is this practicr legal? A S o me non-governm ent organizations us e S oc i a l tha-iPaitb Unitil)9 the wor.k! One neart at a tm>e 253 I --------THE 29TH STREIT CHURCH Of CHRIST 3310 29th Street Bible School, 9:45A.M. Worship, 11 AM & 6 _PM Bible Classes: Sunday, S P.M. Monday, 7 P.M. Prayer And Song Service, Wednesday, 7 P.M. MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719 Green Street Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship, 11 AM Bible Study, Tues., 7 P.M. Everyone Is Welcome Bro. Larry B. Horde, Sis. Patricia Horde, Sec. S e .curity !or r ecordkeeping purposl'S. Such use is neither r e qui red nor pro h i b i ted by fcderJ! l a w Know ing you r h owever, does n o t a l low thes e o rganizations t o formation from your Social SecuritY re c ords Q. r he aged "ido\\ llC\ t-door to me has been lhin)! on the insurance her husband il ft l w r. and !>IH has 110 incnml.' at all. I'm t akinJ! lirr to a p ply for SSI h tli they w o n t q a rt ridtl a"a y and shr motwy now. Is way can)!l' l on w imllli.' diall fina nci al ? .'\. Thc s,,, : ial ,,, :.'011.' ;,""Ill' y 1\ h .til((' F' .. mu11 1 'i 'i l ,-l.! t:n: t nt iciigibk (In : \ 1-...\). St .lt-:: = .Q. I -r =-


Mrs. bride's grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, parents, Barbara Daniels and Marvell Daniels .. Brown-Boykin Wedding. PROGRESS SEVENTH DAY ADVENtiST CHURCH CONGRATULATIONS, FELICIA Congratulations to Felicia Yvette Sails, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Sails, Jr., 2101 Arch St.; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Sails, Sr., and Leslie McMillian; and the sister of Odell Sails III. Felicia was the only semifinalist in the Teen Great Model Search from Tampa Now she has been qualified to Level I in the Miss Teenage America for Teen magazine which is located in Los Angeles. Felicia attends Webb Jr. High, and is in the 9th grade She is a 13-year-old honor roll student. Felicia is a member of First Baptist Church of West1 Tampa. Her hobbies are modeling singing, dancing and reading. She was on the Lakeland tour Washington, D. C. in April. BAY COMMUNITY PLAYERS The Bay Community Players of Hillsborough Community College, under the direction of Mrs. Geraldine M. Ervin, will be casting for their next production "Five On The Black Hand Side'' by Charlie L. Russell on July 9 and 11 6 p m.: in the Performing Arts Theater (Ybor Campus). Persons in terested in auditioning for a part should call 238-3472. The group recently presented "A Raisin in the Sun" by Lorraine Hansberry and has plans for other plays that include "Purlie Victorious" and "Take A Giant Step." ---------------------phone Your News 248-1921 OUR FAITH OVERCOMES THE WORLD 1 JOHN 5:4-5 "FOR WHATSOEVER IS BORN OF GOD OVERCOMETH THE WORLD AND THIS IS THE VICTORY THAT OVERCOMETH THE WORLD EVEN OUR FAITH. WHO IS Ht: THAT OVERCOMETH THE WORLD, BUT HE THAT BELIEVETH THAT JESUS IS THE SON OF GOD." OUR FAITH REFERS TO THE FAITH THAT GOD HAS GIVEN TO EVERY BORN-AGAIN BELIEVER, .WHO ACCEPTS HIS PLAN OF SALVATION. ROMANS 12:3''FOR I SAY THROUGH THE GRACE GIVEN UNTO ME TO EVERY MAN THAT IS AMONG YOU NOT TO THINK OF HIMSELF MORE HIGHLY THAN HE OUGHT TO THINK, BUT TO THINK SOBERLY, ACCORDING AS GOD HATH TO EVERY MAN, THE MEASURE OF FAITH." PRAISE GOD, HE IS NO RESPECTOR OF PERSONS. GOD HATH DEALT (GIVEN) TO EVERY ONE IN THE BODY OF CHRIST, THE MEASURE OF FAITH TO OVER COME THE WORLD. THE LITTLE GREEK WORD FOR "MEASURE" IS "METRON". AND IT MEANS "A DETERMINED EXTENT OR PORTION TAKEN OFF." HOW DO WE GET THIS GOD KIND OF FAITH? ROMANS 2:8-9"FOR BY GIJACE ARE WE SAVED THROUGH FAITH AND THAT NOT OF OURSELVES, IT IS THE GIFT OF GOD, NOT OF WORKS LEST ANY MAN SHOULD BOAST." THE GIFT IS TWO-FOLD. SALVATION ITSELF IS A GIFT BUT ALSO THE FAITH BY WHICH YOU BECOME SAVED, IS A GIFT THAT GOD HAS GIVEN TO US. NOT OF WORKS. YOU CAN'T WORK FOR THIS KIND OF FAITH. GRACE IS UNMERITED DIVINE FAVOR. GOD HATH DEALT TO EVERY MAN THE MEASURE OF FAITH.IT DID NOT SAY, "SOLD IT", HE GAVE IT TO US. WHAT IS THE CHANNEL BY WHICH FAITH COMES TO US? ROMANS 10:17"SO THEN FAITH COMETH BY HEARING, AND HEARING BY THE WORD OF GOD. SOME ONE STATED THAT THE REASON WHY MOST PEOPLE OR MOST CONGREGATIONS DON'T HAVE MORE FAITH T-HAT THEY DO IN MANIFESTATIONS, IS THEY NEVER HEAR THE WORD OF GOD. INSTEAD, THEY HEAR "JUNK, EMOTIONALISM, POLITICS, REMORSE, AND THEIR THEOLOGY." THE WORD OF GOD HAS TO BE PREACHED IN ORDER TO GET FAITH INTO PEOPLE. ST. MATTHEW 28:20-TEACHING THEM TO OBSERVE ALL THINGS WHATSOEVER I HAVE COMMANDED YOU. 248-1921 Theus T. Young, Pastor SABBATH SCHOOL, 9:00A.M. Saturday MORNING WORSHIP, 11:00 A.M. OPEN DOOR CHRISTIAN CENTER < Presently Holding Services At 1221 E. Columbus Dr. St. James A.M.E. Church, 86th Street Sunday School, l0A.M: Pianist Wanted ADVENTIST YOUTH HOUR, 7:15P.M. Saturday Morning Service, 11 A.M. ::: At Cathedral Of Love Lattimore Residence, 7910 Croton Evening Service, 7 p.M. And Peace Church, .Tampa B'bl St d Th 7 p M ""'' PRAYER MElTING, 7:30 Tuesday Ni_ ght 1 e u y, urs. -,,, Call Dr. R. J. Peele, Jr., Collect Prayer Meeting, Tues. 7 P.M. -At (Bl3J323, After J PM Jackson Residence, 8321 Endive Avenue


...................................................................................... Blake Class Of 1965 Considers Past, Present And Future When the Howard W. Blake High School Class of 1965 got together for their 20th year reunion a few days ago, they found it an appropriate occa sion for contemplating on how and where they started, how and where they are, and where will they go from here. These reflections were no doubt stressed during the develop ment of the reunion theme, "Insight: A Look Back To Our Past, At Our Present and Into Our Future. The Downtown Hilton Hotel was reunion }lead quarters. The 1965 Yellow Jackets were joined by former teachers, families and friends, and also invited the Middleton Class of 1965 to share in the celebration. Lowry Park was the scene of the picnic. Later in the evening after cocktails at Hilton's Poolside, they went inside for the program, ban quet and Black and Gold Ball. After Sunday morning brunch at Kid Mason Com munity Center, they assembled together for morning worship at Greater Bethel Baptist Church, where the Rev. Oscar Johnson is Some of the daytime hours were spent at Adventure Island, Busch Gardens and Walt Disney World. Those go ing on the Bahamian Cruise were bade "Bon Voyage' at a party at AKA House on the before their depars > < I = e =e = I'll


r:ll = 0 .c: 0 = PATNJCJA K NOWLES* Patricia Knowles is a 22-year-old, 5'6" beauty of Tampa. I Tftis lovely Leo's plans for future are to continue her educational pursuit to obtain an MBA, and to work while suing that goal. c P_atricia 's of life is: "Don't take life's earthly "g asstgnment to serw usl y, and to always invite Christ to be the < forerunner in all your endeavors. I'll Patricia is the daughter of Mrs. Essie Knowles. She is attracted to a man who is morally upright but not pious, and one who discusses his vieW's, but does not impose his opinion. She i:' enjoys fishing, reading, and modeling. Patricia' s favorite star "CS -= CANDY-N-COMPAMY -:c Presents "For Your Eyes Only" = (Featuring Summer Apparel) .5! On Saturday, July 6, 7 : 30 1 1 : 00 P M At The TAMPA AIRPORT HILTON 'S 2225 North Lois Avenue (In Grand Ballroom) .5! DONA.TION: $7.00, In Advance; $8.00, At Door C: Hors d'oeuvres Served Immediately After Show. A CandyN -Company Production CIS Rev. S. C. Waterford Is Broadcasting Over Radio Station WTIS JJJO AM On Your Radio' Dial from JJ-JJ:30A. M. Each Saturday Mor ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A M. Evening Worship (1st Sun.), 5:30P.M. Prayer & Bible Class, Tues., 7 :30P.M. 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24th A venue Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Wonblp Service, 11:00 A.M. Evening Service, 7:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W.,Fri., 7:30P.M. Wanted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. 689-3023 Or 247-1037 FIRST BORN HOUSE Of Prayer (Pentecostal/ 805 E. Henderson ELDER BERNARD MCCRAY ... Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 A.M. Mornign Worship, 12:00 P.M. Evenign Worship, 7:30P.M. t., 7:30P.M., Tues., Bible Study 7:30P.M., Thurs., Prayer & Tarrying ST. JOHN M.B. CHURCH 340J 25th Avenue r ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK ... Pas tor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Servil:e, 11 A.M Holy Communion Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. REHEARSALS: Youth, Tues., 6 P.M No.2, Tues., 7:30; No 1 & Young Adults, Wed., 8 P.M. Pastor .. Sunday School. A M Morning Worship, 11:00 A M Y .P.W. W., P.M. Worship, 7:00P. M Tues. & Fri., Services, 7 : 00 CHURCH OF CHRIST 1312 W Nassau Street Tampa Fla 33607 PA VID ATKISON, Minister SUNDAY: Bible Study, 10 A .M.&: 5 P.M. Worship, 11 A.M. & 6 P.M TUESDAY: Ladies Study, 10 A.M Regular Study, 7:30P.M. THURSDAY: Song Service & Prayer Meeting 7:30P.M. LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN CENTER Palm River Recreation Center 58th St. And Palm River Rd. 1" a!!!fAp)' PASTOR CLYDE F. BOULER Praise&: Worship, 11 AM&: 6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Worship Experience. Prayer For The Sick And Needy At Each Service FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4202 ELDER J A. STEPHENS ... Pastor Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Each Sunday Morning Service II A.M. Evening Service 6 P M First And Third Sundays B T U 5 P M Each Sunday Prayer & Bible Study Tuesday At 7 P M REV. JASPER P. SAUNDERS .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M Morning Worship, 11 A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M Evening Worship, 7 P.M. Prayer Meeting&: Bible Study Thursdl\)', 7 P.M. GRt:ATER FRIENDSHIP M H. C H U RCH 441 3 35th Street \ I"' REV. M MURRAY .. llastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 5 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. Visitors Are Welcome PEACEBAPUSTCHURCH 260724th Avenue ... Pastor Sunday SchC)ol, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Choir No. 2 And Usher Board No. 2 Serving. BTU, 5:00P.M. Evening Worship, 6:00P.M. Mid-Week Service&: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30P.M. NEW CANAAN M.S. CHURCH PRISON CRUSADE BUilDING 29th Street & 21st Avenue Pastor Sunday School, 10 A .M Morning Worship, II A.M B T .U., 5 P M Evening Worship 6 P.M First & Third Sunday Visitors Are Welcome This Radio Ministry Is Designed To Give Comfort To The Sick And Sbut Ia And Enllghtment To TboR Who Labor Under The Hypotheses Of Warped Theories, lt=============:i:t=t=========-======t=:l==============l Twisted Concepts And Confused GRACE MARY M.S. CHURCH Doctrines. Tbe Word Of Christ 390137th Street Must Be Rightly Divided. 2nd Timothy 2:15 Everyone Is Invited Ta Attend The Chrlstlon fducotlonol Congress, At Curtis Hixon Center, July 22 25, J985. The Christian fducatlonol Ministers Institute Will Be Held At St. Paul A.M. f. Church July 23, 24, and 25th. Some Of The Cqnsultants Are: Dr. Henry Mitchell, Dr. John Bryant, Dr. Willie Williams And Prof essor Fred Mason Of North Carolina Central State University. All Will Be Theologically Orientated From 10 A.M. To 12 P.M. And 3-5 P.M. On Tbe Above Days, July 23-25, At St. Paul A.M.E. Church, 506 E. Harrison St. This Educational Congress Is Being Held To Mee't The Needs Of Ministers, YPD Directors, Missionaries And Others Serious About Christian Education. Bishop Philip R. Cousin, Head Of The Bishop Council Of The A.M.E. Church And Prt;siding Prelate Of The lith Episcopal District, And His Wife Mrs. Joan Cousin Episcopal Supervisor; Rev. A. D. Burton, Presiding Elder Of The Tampa District Will Be Among Those Present. Rev S.C. Waterford Is The Pastor Of St. Paul A.M.E. The Host Church. Mrs. Jackie Allen Is The Director Of Religious Education. (,_ .. l' *i ,_ ...... _I ELDER THOMAS J REED ...Pas tor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M Evening Service, 5 :30P.M. Bible Study, Wed 7 P.M. The Public Is Invited MORNING GLORY M.B. CHURCH 7510 N. 40tb Street ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A M Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Tbe Public Is Invited EVENING STAR TABERNAClE BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Pari s ... Pa stor Sunday School 10 A.M Morning Service, 11 A.M Night Service, 6 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Thurs. 7 P.M.


AREA BLOCK CLUB NEWS COMMUNITY SERVICE BRANCH OFFICE 711W. ROSS AVE. PH. 223-8600 MELVIN STONE, BRANCH MANAGER SUMMER JOBS Apply for the Summer Youth Employment Program, and Pledge-A-Job Program, available in the public and private sectors See your City of Tampa Division of Urban Development and Job Service of Florida, Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Division of Urban Develop ment and Job Training, 404 East Jackson Street, Tampa, Florida 33602, Phone 2238451. Job Service of Florida (Up-Town Office), 4006 N. Florida Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33603, Phone 2722280. VISION AND DENTAL PROGRAMS Effective September 30, 1985 the Dental and Vision Services will be limited to the Target Areas only City Wide and Sulphur Springs will no longer be eligible Boundaries West Tampa : Rome-MacDill and Colufub:Us Drive to Interstate 275; Sulphur Springs: Busch Blvd.Hillsborough Riverr and Railroad to Interstate 75. -Tne rouowing iritormatiori is needed to apply: Proof of residency (Florida Drivers License or Utility Bill/Paid; Proof of family income (W-2, check stub or social security card). Persons on Medicaid can not qualify for Vision Program There are a limited number of slots available. BRANCH OFFICE The Community Service Branch Office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Do You Believe You Save By Selling Your Own Property? Yes-You Do! That Is You Save The Realtor' s Commission. But Wait. Let's Look Further. Are You Sure You Are PricinQ The Property In Line With Todoy's Market? Con You Clinch The Sole And Expediate ,It By Helping Your Purchaser Get The Loon He Needs? Con Yo u Afford To Devote The Necessary Time And Expense To Working Out All The Legal And Technical Details? Maybe-And It Might Pay You To Investigate Our 25 Plus Years Devoted To Doing All Those Things That Would Actually Net YouMore! For A Profitable Sale List With! .BAY AREA MANAGERS INC. CommercialProperty Management-Residential PRESIDENT /REAL TOR G)[B .:.::::::::-., .. ,., .. P O Box 11986 Tampa. FL33680 Office : (813) 237-1866 light Curl and Wave Kit 6.79 A special Rededication Pro gram is scheduled for Safety Village on Wednesday, July lOth, at 11:30 a.m. The ceremony will honor the recent renovations of the facility and its 20th year of operation. Safety Village is located in Lowry Park and represents a miniature downtown Tampa. The facility is used for youth safety programs. The Village has recently undergone a facelift including new paint, resurfaced streets, and several new buildings. Volunteers and local businesses including Publix, McDonald Restaurants, and Coca-Cola have donated sup plies and services. Other in. dividual volunteers helped paint and repair many of the small buildings. Mayor Bob Martinez and other representatives from the community will be on hand for the Rededication ceremonies. The public is invited to attend and visit this unique facility. Safety Village is located at 7530 N. Boulevard in Lowry Park. Join us Wednesday, July lOth, at 11:30 a.m. in Safety THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN WANTS YOU TO SELECT THE 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 23rd & 27th. PRIZES and GIFTS sponsored by FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN. Top 10 Best Dressed winners will be announced at the Spotlight Fashion Show, August 17, and will be featured in a special Fashion Extravaganza issue which will b'e 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 will end July 16. ;--VOTECOUPON ___ i 1TOP TEN BEST DRESSED I 11 cast my vote for: MALE D FEMALE D : :NAME AGE : .ADDRESS I IPHON : Clip and mail to 'Top 10 Dressed', c/o Fla. Sentinel,l 21st Avenue, Florida 33605. 1 -------------------List Of Candidates ; MALE Grace Sherman Atty. Arthenia Joyner Atty. Sheree Cunningham Serenia Dillion Luisa Puerto Ambria Johnson Vanessa Brown Bob Morrison Andrew Tarver Robert Nicholson Michael Burt Atty. Warren Dawson Bobby Bowden Tony Collins > = Q. ::3. 1 r :r ; = C'll Lashawn Cail -. U rsel Statio Delina Batson \'; \ Carol Aldridge > Larry Walker Danny Vickers Michael Hood Eric Lee \ to'l l':t. Be certain to get your nominations In on or: before July 16 .Weekly tabulations wiU appear.


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:; Tampa Athletes Of Yesteryear Hires First ..... BY c. BLYTHE ANDREws, m

.. .......... ....... ................ .. N "ehemh1b Pondersllls Future caivln ":Peeielcoca coia Am. Donate. To cllar.ity .... .... a SAN FRANCISCO Renaldo Nehemiah said Mon day that an International Amateur Athletic Federation panel ruling allowing pro foot ball players to compete in track and field has left him undecided whether to s tay with the San Francisco 49er s or return to hurdling. "I've waitec! uee years for this ruling and now I've got mixed emotions about what I'll do," Nehemiah said ; "It's a final and binding ruling that allows me to go back to track right now if I want," he said "The question for me now i s whether to play football and YOUR BUICK FRIEND LEE M. -TYLER 4400 N. DALE MABRY PHONE: 872-7746 News in General run track together or give up one for the other." Nehemiah is in the option year of an $800,000 four-year contract as a wide receiver for the Super Bowl champions. But he said he could quadruple his salary by returning to track. He set the world reeord of 12.93 seconds in the 110-meter high hurdles in 1981. t In addition to Nehemiah, track and. field standouts in the NFL included Michael Carter and Jeff Stover of the 49ers; Willie Gault of the Chicago Bears; Ron Brown of the Los Angeles Ram s Super COME SEE ME TODAY! ST. l'ETE CALL: 443-7883 New C .harges .Telephone_ Ser_,ace On July 1,1985, the charge .for local coin telephone calls increased from 10 to 25 eents along with change in rates for direetory assistance. The Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC) approved the increase in General Telephone's local coin telephone charges and in rates for directory-assisted charges. The charge for local coin calls has been 10 cents since 1954. Charges for local directory assistance calls increased from 15 to 25 cents, and the number of free directory assistance calls a month was reduced from six to three. For local directory assistance, dial1411. There will no longer be six free-calls per month for long-distance directory assistance within Florida. There is now a 2!;)-cent charge for ..each long distance directory assistance call in Florida. The new directory assistance charges will price these services closer to what it costs to provide them. For it costs General Teleph91Je 24 Y2 cents to provide a locat pay phone call. In the past, all customers subsidized the 10-cent local coin charge. Now only those customers who are pay phone users will pay for the service. General Telephone currently has 16,500 coin phones in its six-county service area. The company will begin C9nverting the phones to a 25-ceilt charge beginning July 1. While the conversion is taking place, you will still be able to make 10-cent calls if the phone has not been converted to 25 cents. It will take four weeks to complete the conversion. Chuck Morgan is Division Man ager for General Telephone serving customers in this area. His tele phone number in Tampa is (813) 623-5441. fflong distance, call Collect. > c. !:""' Ul Hailing the occasion as a "landmark in my career," professional golfer Calvin Peete, third from left, donated $75,000 to Ft. Myers, FL charities from raised f.t the first-ever Calvin Peete/ Coca-Cola Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Benefitting from the tournJtment were the Lee County Sickle Cell Anemia Fopndation ($30,000), the Way oJ Lee County ($22,500), and the American Cancer Society ($22,500). The tournament, played March 11 at {t. Myers' Fiddlesticks Country Club, attracted 20 :!2 PGA touring pros, 200 golfers, and more tlran 8,000 spectators._ Among the guests at!" tending the check presentation ceremonies were, from left, Steve Zahorian, president Barnett Banks of Lee County; Chuck Morrison, director, Black Consumer Markets, Coca-Cola USA; = Peete, also spokesman for Coca-Cola USA; Ray Thomas, vice president, Coca-Cola USA; Vi; vian Hill, president, Ft. Myer's chapter, Sickle Cell Anemia Association; and Christine Peete, m,. wife of Calvin and executive director, Calvin Peete/Coca-Cola Pro-Am. __________ ._ ______ Bennett To Open His First i Buc Camp On July 20 Buccaner head coach all rookies, quarterbacks and invited veterans are due to first Tampa Bay training camp report. The first practice in on Saturday, July 20th when pads of Bennett's tenure as Duper of the Miami Dolphins Buccaneer coach will be Sunand o thers. Herschel afternoon, July at of the USFL's New Jersey h d t f e ye a mas o our Generals 1s also a cons1deraf t d th d ft tion. ree agen s ar:t e ra We Hereby Announce The Opening Of A Truly Unique Boutique, Offering To The Publjc Customized Clothing For Eyery Occosiof!, With Three Designers Available, Sheila Teresa, Marie Gunter & Anna Marie. Come 'pamper Yourself With Moderately Priced, Figure Flattering Garments At: The Designer's Corner Of Tampa, Inc. 7303 N. Armenia Avenue 932-4326 Men And Full Figured Women Welcomed. EMPIRE PAINTS Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 247-3719 KEYS MADE 39Up -------------------PAINT LATEX .. .. $2.79 O .UTSIDE WHITE .. $6.49 choices we've signed in for the past few vyeeks in preparation," says Bennett. "Now we're anxious to get going on the full camp and get down to business. I expect a strenuous, tMied camp with a lot of for 5!: fA =-a t':l a ..ot = !l'. positions on squad.' Rc;maining I veterans will be > required toiarrive'by Sunday, i. July ll'lj ly lists lOl" players in<:ludiilg ? three (Lee Roy Selmon, Steve f Wilson and Mark arriving fof' their loth _camp and 48 rookies or first year ; men. C) An added feature to the ;. 198.5 camp will be a set of r!!l bleachers to be erected in the ei -parking lot of One Buccaneer 0 Place, which will allow fans a comfortable view of all preseason practices. $1.5-Million Signi.ng Bonus Seals It SAN FRANClSCO Center Joe Barry Carroll pick ed up his signing bonus check for "over $1.5-million" Mon day as part of his new contract with the Golden State War riors, a team spokesman said. Carroll, who rebuffed the Warriors' offer sheet last year and played in Italy, reluctantly came to terms with the club last week after Golden State decided to inatch a $7-million contract offered to the 7-footer by the Milwaukee Bucks. As part of the contract, a check for the signing bonus of $2-million before taxes had .to ,.. be given to Carroll July 1.


Tamp _a's Floyd Vo_ umans Makes Impressive Major Le ague :pebut j"-lRAlNf][)Y[ BY RANDOLPH lqNSEY Tampa may well have another Belmont Heights Little League protege pitching in the majors as Dwight dooden's former teammate, Bandits Come To An End hhurlMed six in} mngs on ay as t e ontreal The three year life of the withdraw his Batfiits from the Expos defeated the National Tampa Bay Bandits may well USFL. League East kading St. Louis have come to a close last SunThe Bandits should have Cardinals in 10-innings, 3-2. day afternoon in the dusty shown sports promoters a G.ooden and Youmans, who County Stadium in thing or two. The first thing were both in the Oakland, California. The the team did was show that organization before the New possible death of the Tampa there was an art to putting York club dealt Floyd away Bay Bandits came at the hands people iil, the stand s. This this year to the Expos, were of the Oakland Invaders. The season the Bandits led the also teammates on the 30-27 loss in the first round of league in arterrdance with an Hillsborough High School the USL playoffs ended the average ticket sale of about Terriers team in the early 80's team's 1985 season. 44,000. under Coach Billy Reed. What will happen to the Let us notforget that_in this Youmans, who pitched team, and what will happen to league. some te;tms played earlier this year with Jackson-the players is still not certain. before only 5 to 7 thousand ville of the Double-A Southern This may well have been what fans. Bandit fans will also League, approached Moowas on the players and coaches remember the razzle-dazzle ofdav' .s debut with parent Expos minds Sunday as they played fense the Bandits played. It fasbioning a7-3 record and an btilliantly at times, but still was sometimes ineffective but era of 3.26. At Jacksonville, managed to stpmble, bumble always entertaining. he recorded -86 strikeouts in and fumble their way right out 8521linnings. Floyd was named of the playoffs. The Bandits had a lot of to the Southern League AllThe Bandits were so talented ball players. Many of Star team. generous to the Invaders that them will be picked up -by Against the hot-hitting Carhere in Tampa with his mother during the off-season. Mrs, Moore and her husband, Les, are vacationing in the Carolinas and couldn't be reached for comment. However, both of Youmans' grandparents were contac_ted and express great elation over his debut against St. Louis. Claretha's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford (Etta Mae) Williams told of speaking with Floyd early Monday morning and offering prayer that he perform to the FLOYD YOUMANS best of his ability. Mr. and pan Floyd Sr. who resides in Mrs. Frank P -amono, California, the expresse? confidence that t)leir elated former Blake High would do well. School star athlete expressed s w11 go press th1s how nervous he was until Fnday n\ght: It comes that Floyd Jr. called him to assure the pght-hander has him of his confidence. "He the Expos and d D ht d f d will travel wtth the club to an wig were goo nen s T and I think they complement-_exas he wtll probably Tampa Bay should have been other teams in the United dinals, Youmans used a 94 the host. The Bandits conStates Football League. Some miles per hour fast ball with a tributed five turnovers, (two in of them wili go to Canada, good 87 miles per hour slider ed one "':mother. Dwight's suepttch agam cess an asset those two <;onfidence. It's too bad they and Floyd eventually couldn't stay together," the all-Tampa remar ked the elder Youmans. pltchmg to ever "It appears that Floyd and a .maJ<;>r league Dwight will be dueling one :? both another' hopefully this throw smoke and It season," remarked thefather. to be a JOY all of US to Wtt-. "C = 'i = = Bandit scoririg territory two and a few will go into the to shut out the St. Louis Carin Oakland scoring territory), NFL. dirials for six innings. The Exto the Invaders cause. The For the rest of the Bandits, pos were leading, 2-0, before Bandits also turned an extra well it's the drawing board to the Cards' centerfielde'r, Willie point into a 35 yard field goal map out a new life and a new McGee caught one of attempt that was missed. future. I feel pretty comforYoumans fastballs for a twoFive times, the Invaders table iri saying so long to the run homer knotting the score took possession of the football Bandits who may be the after two were out in the top the Bandits 40 Jard line or greatest pretenders of them .of the 7th inning. Floyd.,._had loser. The defense was all. Every season-, the Bandits alfowed but five hits at brilliant at thn.Mid so was played like they were potential point, allowing just one runthe pffen se. At times, the league champs. But in the end ner to reach third base, He rt .. t ... n.-,.. would break down it was always a hit short. struck out five Cardinals while the Invaders would score. GOLF CLASSIC AT walking the same number. The offense would break ROGERS PARK Youmans had been called down and the Bandits would An expected field of 125 up with the understanding that be denied an opportunity to golfers will tee off Saturday .hewould pitch just one _game score. There has been talk of the Bandits merging with the Orlando franchise. The Ban dits do not want to go head to with the Tampa Bay Buc caneers during the fall of 1986. The owners of teams in the USFL have voted to take on their elders in terms of age of the league during the Jail of 1986. Bandits owner, John Basset, thought this to be un..: wise and' he would morning, July 6th beginning at enroute to his new Triple-A 7:45 a.m. in quest oftrophies franchise. 'However, after his and prizes in the 11th annual strong showing against St. All-American Golf Classic. Louis, who leads: the National The tournament is held each League teams in batting, year in honor of In dependence Youmans may well be recalled Day by Tampa Golf Club. in a matter of hours. The tournament concludes In a telephone conversation Sunday with the final 18 holes with the hard throwing right-of the 36 hole event. The tour-bander's father, former Tamnament will be played at Rogers Park Golf Course located at 7910 N. 30th St. those golfers wishing to do so can register the morning of the tournament at the golf course. ness. Dwight Gooden's Floyd Jr ts the son of "smoke" is usually clocked at Moore, who around 96 to 97 miles per restdes m Tampa. Floyd now hour. Rozier Signs -Four-Year $2.25M Pact With Oilers The Houston Qilers ended a him, but I'm Mike Rozier," year-long pursuit of RB Mike Roiier said. Rozier _MondaY.. signed -"I'm_ nothing Earl. I'm former He1sman '!rophy just coming in to do the best wmner to a four-year contract that I can. One man won't that will pay him a reported make this team. It takes all $2.25 million. 11." Roz ier fi _nished second Rozier passed the Oilers among USFL runners this physical examination and season, gaining 1361 yards for planned to be ready for the Bulb. preseason camp later this He available to the month. Oilers, who held his NFL draft "I don't ever think about rights when he bought out his burnout," said Rozier, who contract with Jacksoiwille. has just completed the USFL Rozier will try to fill the season with the Bulls. "J void left by Earl Campbell, didn't walk into the USFL and another Heisman winner, who start right away and 1 don't ex was traded to New Orleans last pect that in the NFL either." seasot:J. 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War II, having served honorably in the U.S. Antiy. Survivors include: 1f very devoted friend, Mrs. Lula M. Funeral s ervices for Mr. Powell of Tampa; 1 niece, Ms. Willie James Reese of Linda Page of Detroit, Mich.; Newark, NJ, who passed other relatives include: Mrs. graduate .of Jefferson High June 30, will be held Saturday Brenda Levy, Mr. Julius School and an employee of the at 1 P.M. from AIKENS phy, Shonta' Lacaina' SpringLockScaffoldingComFUNERAL CHAPEL with McAlpine Marie Dan'iels, and pany. Survivors include: his Elder Willie White, of-Debra Caldwell, all of Tampa; devoted father, Mr. Sylvester ficiating. Interment will be in Mrs. Juanita Wenzel and husMann; 3 sisters, Diane, Alice Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. band, April and Keith Young, and Sonia Mann; 5 bro thers, Reese was a resident of Dana Massie Hayes Timothy, Edward; Terry, Newark, NJ, for the past 17 Jame s Charles, Dana and Calvin and Derek Mann ; 2 year s aild was an employee of Latrice and Jimmy Lee' all of. s tepbrothers, Sam and Dennis Newbrook Meat Company for Detroit, The remains Gilbert, all of. Tampa; paterIS years in Newark, NY. He will repose at the RAY nal grandfather, Mr. Jimmy wa s a veteran of the U.S. ArWILLIAMS-MEMORIAL Mann of Tampa; maternal m y and attended the public CHAPEL after 5 P M. Frigrandpa.;ents Mr. and Mrs. schools of Hillsborough day. The funeral cortege will Leonar!) Bartley of Ame.ricus, County. Survivors are : son, form at J352 Chestriut St GA paternal great grand Christopher; mother, Mrs. where the family will receive mother, Mrs. Sally Mann of Dut c hie Reese; brothers, Mr. friends fro m 7-8 P.M. Fr.iday. Tampa; maternal great grand-Herman Reese and wife, Arrangements entrusted to mother, Mrs. Mamie Lumpkin Hester and Mr. Richard BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray of Pittsbu r gh, PA,3 Reese; sisters, Mrs. Ruby Williams Mary and Mann of Bunts and husband, Tampa and Gwendolyn Nathaniel, Mrs. Yvonne MR. ROY JORDAN Williams of New York, NY; 9 Wright and husband, Don, Mr. Roy Jordan, 911 uncles, Willie, Sammy, Earl, Mrs. Janice Anderson and Cypress Street, passed away Freddy and L9nnie Mann of husband, John, Shirley 'Ann July 3, 1985 in a local hospital. TalJlpa, Jimmy Mann of Reese, Carol y n Knight ; Vivian Funeral services .will be conZellwood FL, Jimmy Ree s e, Norma Reese and Maxducted Saturday at 10:00 o f Tampa, Th().mas Bartley of Reese; a devoted friend, ; A .M. from the R _AY Palmetto FL; ; and Leonard Mattie Thompson of Newark, WILLIAMS MEMORIAL Bartley of Boynton Beach NJ ; grandfather ; Rev. E.R CHAPEL with the Rev. FL; 3 nieces, 2 nephews; an d a Williams of Lakeland, Robert E. Reese, officiating. host of .cousins and other so Florida; grandmother, Mrs. Entombment will follow I n the rowing relative s and devoted Eula Thomas of Panama City, Memorial Park Cemetery Mr friends, amo{lg whom are: Mr. l'L; 3 uncles; 6 au!lts; and a Jordarl" o f David McCallister of Tampa; host of nephews, Lakeland, Fl., and a long time a very devoted adopted grandcousins a nd other relatives and resident of. Survi v ors mother Mrs. Mamie Coleman friends. The remains will i n c lude: Mrs. Retha (Jrown Baker of Birmhigham, Ala., repose at AIKENS FUNERAL Jordan; 2 stepsons, and his godfather, Bill Bryant CHAPEL this evening from 5 Alton Burris arid wife, of Tampa. The remains will P.M. to 9 P.M: The funeral Dorothy and Delane Bellamy; repose at the RAY cortege will from 703 2 brothers, -Mr Horace WILLIAMS MEMORIAL E. Skagway. "AIKENS Williams and wife, Bessie and CHAPEL after 5 P.M. FriFUNERAL HOME". Mr. Onay Williams and wife, day. The funeral cortege will BRYANT& WILLIAMS WALTER R. HA-YES Etta; and nephews inform at 1147 Main St. Ar. elude: Gloria Drungo ; Tasha rangements entrustea to Drung'O and Vivian Simmons BRYANT & W.LLIAMS (Ray Michael Drungo; 1 sister-in law, Edit._ Murray; 1 aunt, Ruby Jones; cousin, Alma Johnson and a host of other Mr. Walter R. Ha y es, 1923 sorrowing relatives and Pine Street, passed away June devoted friend s The remains 30 i_n a hospital Funer-al will repose at the RAy serv1ces will be conducted WILLIAMS MEMORIAL at 12:30 P.M. from c H APEL ft 5 p M Frithe RAY WI-LLIAMS a er MEMORIAL CHAPEL with day. The funeral cortege will 1 1 M" t ff" f form at 1723 N. Oregon Ave. a oca JnJs 0 mg. Arrangements entrusted to will follow m the BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Memonal Park Mr. Williams Funeral Home); son-in-law Mr. Willie Inghron; one great grand daughter, Sylvia Mobley; one great grandson, Gre-gory Mobley and wife, Essie; a niece, Retha Thomas and hus band, Thornton; a nephew, Frank Cason and wife and a host of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The remains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS M .EMORIAL CHAPEL AFTER 5 P.M. Friday, and at church after 10 A ; M. Saturday. Arrangements eo trusted to BRYANT & WILLAMS (Ray Williams MRS. MILLIE SIMS Mrs. Millie \ Sims, 2110 Walnut Street, passed away June 29, at tler Funeral services will be con. ducted Saturday at 12 noon, from the Mt. Tabor M.B. Chur"h, 2606 W. Grace St., Rev. T.J. James, Pastor, Rev. Harvey Nichols officiating. Entombment will follow in the family pl_ot in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Mrs Sims was a native of Madison, Florida and a loilg time resident of Tampa. Survivo rs inClude: a very devoted friend,' Frank Williams; 2 sons M.r. Grant Sims and wife, JuJtnita and Mr. Rudy Sims; 2 daughters, Tommy Lee Miller_.and Essie Mae Thomas; 2 brothers, Louie Archie and Pennit Ar7 chie; 11 grandchildren, Edward Miller, Cousin, Carol hus bano, Robert, Pearlie Sancho, Mary Pressley ; Ver nette Trot man and husband, Jorge, Wanda DeCosta and h usband, Dan: en, Lavara Gary and hus Calvin, Millie Madry, Choice Miller, Jr., and Sanita Miller; 14 great grandchildren; several nieces, among who are : Dyretha Taylor and Mildred Darpet; several riepliews, among whom are: Charlie Ar chie and wife, Inez, Dennit Archie, Jr. and wife, Joe Ar chie and wife, Curtis Drayton and Freddie C Drayton and a Hayes was a n ahve -Tamp, an and a former resident of the Robles Pond Community. Mr. Hayes was a veteran of World I MR. BERNARD MANN Mr. Bernard Mann, 3418 Cherry St., passed away Jul' y 1 : Funeral'services will be con ducted Saturday at 3:30 P.M. from the Mt: Ple&Sant M.B. host of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends THE REMAINS WILL MRS. NORA MOBLEY REPOSE AT THE RAY Mrs. Nora Anderson WILLIAMS MEMORIAL Mobley, 1926 Union Street, CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Fripassed away June 29, in a local day. FAMILY WILL hospital. Funeral services will RECEIVE FRIENDS AT I) lANE. WILLIAMS Ms. Diane Williams 4808 Arapahoe CoUJ: t, #48, 1,1assed awa y June 26, in a local hospital. Funeral services will be conduc ted Saturday at 2 P.M. from the New Progress M.B. Church, with the Pastor, Rev. E.J. Williams, Sr. of ficiating. Epttombment will follow in th e Memorial Park Cemetery. M\. Williams was native of n,;, and a resident of.:J;afll:pa most of life. Survivors include: a devoted motlier, Mrs. Mary Flowers; 2 soris, Terry Lee and Joseph Leroy J9nes; 1 daughter, La tundra Chanelle Williams; a ,'ve ry devoted sister Ms .f'annifer E. Daniels; 2 i brQthers, Henry Williams an 4 Leon_ Daniels, all of Tampa; 2 aunts, Ms. Frances Rainey and Mr. and Mrs. Cilia Montgomery; 2 and Mrs. Cliff?rd Rainey and Mr. and Mrs. Sm mie Rainey, Jr.; a very devoted grand uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tramel of Tam pa; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and very devotecl friends, among whom are: Mrs. Jacqueline Tramel and Mrs. Ocie Butler, and Rev. = = t'll = t'll = = =" fll =t'll r = t'll fll and Mrs. E.J. Williams, Jr. The will repose at the c. RAY WILLL'\M MEMORIAL CHAPEL after ::::!. 5 P.M. Friday. THE FAMILY WILt. RECEIVE FRIENDS I AT THE CHAPEL FROM 7-8 P.M. FRIDAY. The fami'ty will also receive friends at f the Church after the services !i on Saturday. Arrangements entrus ted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Funeral Home). SHADY GROVE t'UNERAI. HOME -2305 N Nebraska. 221-3639 and CEMETER\' 46.15 E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial ... or Church, lOOt N. l{ome Ave, -with a local Minis ter, of ficiating. Entombment will follow in the Shady : Grove Cemetery. A nat ive of Tampa, Mr. 'Mann' was a .1984 be cmiducted Saturday at 1 THE CHAPEL FROM 8-9 Funeral services for from the Bethel A.M.E. P.M. FRIDAY. Arrangements Agnes Barnes, 360S N. $705 Add .ii)OQ t'nr nn S u lu and udd .uoo t'nr ull s l' r vkes aflt r J p .m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. 232-8725 Church, 1010 Laurel St., with entrusted to BRYANT & St., Apt. 58 who passed at th P t R A Z R WILLIAMS (Ray Williams e as or, ev. uss, residence, will be held .. --officiating. Entombment will Fu day at 1 p.M. from the St. follow in the Shady Grove .John Baptist Church with Cemetery. A native of MonElder Eddie Newkirk, ticello, FL, Mrs. was a Ray Williams Funeral Home ficiating. Interment in long time resident of Tampa. 14 I 7 N. Albany Ave. Memorial Park Cemetery S I d d d 2.53-3419 ,. urv1vors me u e: a e v ot e Survivors are : daughter s, Mr s. CHARLES RELIFORD We're Key To gr3_ndson; Mr:. Sy lvester "Whe n U n ders t anding Z .O.wn c r Fine 5erce and w i f e, Ocie; a Is Neede d M ost'' (ontiitued On Page 18-A) .. .... ... >


-----........................ .......... .. .. .. ................ ............ 11 host of cousins; mother-in (Continued From Page 17-A) Hazer Johnson, Ms. Ester M. Barnes and Mrs. Sarah Hayes, Miami, FL; son, Mr. Alonzo F. Barnes and wife, Beverly; grandchildren, Mrs. Nadine Mitchell, Mrs. Brenda Copeland and husband, Chester, Gerard Cannon, Ter rence Cannon, Miami, FL, Amber Barnes, Leslie Barnes, Alonzo Ba .rnes, Jr. and Valarie Ann Barnes; 10 great grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Eva Black and husband, James, Marianna, FL; nieces, Mrs. Elouise Cookley, Mrs. Naomi Jones, Mrs. Margaret Ellerson, Mrs. Luerine Curtis and husband, Mitchell, Mrs. Luella Couch and husband, Tinsley, Mrs. Leila Bennett and husband, Fred, Mrs. Cara Sconiers and husband, Frank, Miami, Mrs. Irene Robinson, Mrs. Helen Barnes and Mrs. Joann Barnes, Miami, Dr. Eel dye Jean Stewar t, Mrs. Lizette Johnson and husband, Andrea Couch, Mrs. Anna Legett and husband, James and Deborah Michele Curtis; nephews, Mr. Robert Donaldson and wife, Julie, Mr. MacArthur Couch and wife, Geraldine, Mr. Marvin Barnes and wife, Barbara, Mr. Cleveland Black and wife, Dorothy, Tinsley Couch, Jr., Marvin Couch of Germany, and wUe, Helen, and Mr. Ed die Couch; Mrs. Thelma Bland,' Marianna, FL, and Mrs. Leila Shackelford; brother-in-law, Mr. Wesley Barnes, New York, NY. Mrs Barnes many friends include: Mrs. Alice Brown, Mrs. Lillian Pride, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Rosemary Hannah, Mrs. Mae Ella Colding and Mrs. Ira Mae Ellison and others. Mrs. Barnes was a native -of Marianna, FL and a member of Lily White SBA No. 194, Mrs. Arthur Lee Shipp, Pres. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. The family will receive friends from 6-7 P.M. Fraternal rites will be recited at this time. The cortege will form at 3014 Arrow St. "A WILSON'S SERVICE". MRS. LAURA RICHARDSON COBB Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Richardson Cobb-of Rte. 2, B .ox 762, Thonotosassa; who passed away in a local nursing home, will be held Saturday at 11 A.M. at Wilson's Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Bent Larmon of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses of Thonotosassa, officiating. In terment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: her 4 sons, Fred Cobb of Atlanta, GA, Leroy Cobb of Niles, Ml, George Jr. of Hurlock, MD, and Arthur Cobb of Tampa; 5 daughters, Christeen Lewis, Seffner, Eva M. Shirley and her husband, W.T., Plant City; Doris Gilbert, Thonotosassa, Ida Mae French and Margaret Williams, both of Tampa; 50 grandchildren, 104 great grandchildren, and 34 greatgreat grandchildren; 1 nephew, Willie Worth of Youngstown, OH, and a host of friends. A native of Plains, GA, Mrs. Cobb came here 20 years ago from Americus, GA. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday at the funeral home and the family will receive friends from 7 until 8 P.M. at the funeral home chapel. "A WILSON'S SERVICE" .. LYNN SHANK Funeral services for Mrs. Janice Lynn Shank of 2806 W. Wallace Ave., who passed away in a Biloxi, Mississippi hospital, will be held Saturday at 2 P.M. at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Port Tampa, with the Rev. N. McCray, officiating. Interment will be in the Garden of Memorfes Cemetery. Survivors are: her husband, Charlie J. Shank; 2 .sons, Edward C. Shank and Lawrence Shank; 5 daughters, Regina F. Wilson Miner, Cr}'stal I. Wells and husband, Freeman, Janice E. Shank and fiancee, Ira Williams, Lori B. Shank, and Sheila A. Givens and husband, Tracy, all of Tampa; mother, Mrs. Mary K. Barnes of Milford, CT; 7 grandsons : Keron, Jr., Artis, Jr., Tony, Marvm, Vernon, and Charlie; 2 brothers, Stewart Barnes and Meryle, Poughkeepsie, NY, and Edward Barnes of Wydner, CA; 4 sisters, Joan Barnes, NY, Judith Barnes, Mary Lewis, both of Westhaven, CT, and Julie Barnes, Newburgh, NY; law, Annie M. Shank of Thomson, GA; 2 brothers-in law, Mike Shields and Eddie Collins, both of Savannah, GA; 2 sisters-in-law, Alice G. Shank, Thomson, GA and Willie Mae Collins and Fannie Lou Shields, both of Savan nah, GA; and many other relatives and friends, some of whom are : Malcolm Gillard Evelyn Flagler, Gloria Davis, Catherine Cooper, Willie Mae Thompson, Cora Oates, and Ruby Harrison. A native of Newburgh, NY, Mrs. Shank had resided in Tampa for 22 years and was employed at the MacDill Air Force Base Com missary. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday at Wilson's Funeral Home and the family will receive friends from 8 until 9 P.M. at the funeral home chapel. "A WILS9N'S SERVICE". In loving memory of our husband and father, William Henry Stokes, Sr.,. who deceased July 1, 1955. Thirty years have passed since God called you home, but it seems as if it were only yesterday you were here with us Memories of your sweet voice, beautiful smile, love and kindness as a dedicated husband and caring father shall always live in our hearts. Your wife, Pearl B. Stokes; Evelyn S. Williams, Lena Spencer, Delsena Goodwin, Thelma Craig and William Henry Stokes, Jr., children. IN MEMORIAM KIM YVETTE DREW Departed July 1, 1982 We just can't find the words to ever express our loss, we miss and love you. Deeply missed by your mother, Melvena Drew Moore and husband, Dallas; brothers, Horace and wife, Emma, Darryl, Keith, Frankie Drew a!ld the Hardy Family. MR. JOHN A COST A Born March 14, 1887 Died July 2, 1964 MABLE A COST A Born July 13, 1895 Died July 7, 1984 In loving memory of our dear mother and father. Daughters: Mrs. Altamese Brodie, Mr:s. Rosa Webber; son, John Acosta, Jr. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Rebec ca Daniels who passed July 4, 1981. Four years have passed but the love we have for yo u will never pass. Everyone will always love you. Sadly missed by: daughter, Kamilya Daniels; father, sister, nieces, brother, broth-er-in-law and otlter members of the family. In lovin-g memory of Evangeline Malphus, your husband Willie Malphus, yours sons, daughters, and other family members and friends. YoJJ are sadly missed and your love remains in our hearts. In loving memory of husband, Henry McClain wh passed away two years July 8, 1983. Sadly missed by wife, dy McClain.


_. ......... ._-. ........ Eating Toge er ee Association Elects Officers F t To get her Ilona Holmes, an attorney The ami y and a 1979graduateofFiorida quicker. mealtime Atlantic University, has been u. of the saymg, _Mealtime should be happy, analyze the conve r s'ations that elected president of FAU 's "the family that and ttiis time together go on. Is there '?o Black Alumni Association together toget?er not be spent berating any child nagging, arguing anr The recipient of a law degree Many mamtam for a past mistake. Although and not enough relaxmg from Texas Southern Univerthat eatmg also tends good manners should be versation? sity, Holme s is in private practo keep the family together. stressed, mealtime is not the A parent and c}i1ld w1pmg tice in Deerfield Beach and If the time for discipline. the dishes together wirid up serves as the coordinator for circle mealtime vamshed m talking the Urban League of Boca your home, don t feel alone. Having children help in a follows, wh1ch Raton-Delray Beach. Many families no meal planning, preparation might not ave happened Other officers elected inan effort to share th1s time and clean-up allows the learnotherwise. C ildren often ex-elude Alphons o "Pete" together. Some of the ing of family roles, respon press their deepest joys or Walker, vice president; Mar-for the death of sibility and cooperation. Be pains on these off-hand oc-vin Brown, treasurer; Willie mealtime are early evemng ac-sure to include even the casions rathe r than directly or Cheeley, chaplain; Della tivities of one or more of the youngest child! in answer to a Hatch, reporter; and Wilson family, comm uting from a If your family eats meals on question. Bradshaw, parliaJ:Tlentarian. School. System, is a 1977 job, or falhng mto the a solo basis more than three Today, children need time Walker, a 1975 graduate, i s graduate; and Della Hatch, television_meahrap. times per week kids eating (one of the most difficult gifts an admission counselor at assistant site planner for Dade Munchmg together m front alone early, mom snacking for hurried parents) and the FAU, and Dr. Bradshaw County Public Schools, receiv-of the television is not .conand dad fed alone later try opportunity to help, to serves as assistant dean for aded her master's degree in sidered family mealtime. someofthesesuggestions: feel needed, to make a convanced studies at the Universipublic administration in 1981. There is usually no conver_ Change the mealtime. Sit tribution to the family. ty. He received both his She has been an officer of the sation happening while TV is down and figure out Mealtimes shared together can bachelor's and master's Black Alumni Association for being watched. everyone's schedule and plan accomplish this if you take the degrees at FAU, and earned the past two years. ... President ILONA HOLMES Some reasons for havmg at least two meals a week time and make the effort to do his Ph.D from the University The Association was one meal a day together are: when everyone will be there at so. of Pittsburgh. established in 1983 to provide It's the one time that the the same time. Mower Safety Brown, who received a programs for black graduates ff entire family meets as a unit. u dinnertime is the most Is A Must degree in health services in and to assist currently a The family builds up a hectic part of your family's 1982 is an x-ray technician in black students. The orgamza; sense of togetherness without schedule, plan on sitting Inspector Bill Veasey with Cheeley, a teacher tion provides annual scholar!f. everi knowing it. They learn to together for breakfast. It the Hillsborough County Fire with the Broward County ships for FAU students. = carry each other's burdens a requires only an extra 15-30 Prevention Division reports : little bit, to share, to take minutes in the morning. that over 62,000 persons are Study: TobaCCO Taxes turns. Have the family sit down injured annually in lawn I H d t 0 Bl k ; -Meals shared together add together and plan one meal of mower accidents. Many of Fa I ar es n ac s "'= a sense of stability to the their favorites each person these injuries are burns caused GREENVILLE -A study School of Business concluded family. choosing one They by careless use of the mower. on the impact of that taxes on tobacco products fil" Parents may be able to won't want to miss that meal! Before using or cleaning your taxes, prepared by an East fall disproportionately ;' recognize possible problems -If your kids avoid. mower, follow these safety Carolina University marketing those least able to pay. He said c. sooner and find a solution 1 k that bolacks in particular carry tips: professor, shows that b ac ..., (Continued From Page 18-A) called home on July 7, 1983. Time will never ease the emp tiness, that only you fi_ ll. But your sweet mef!lones g1ve us strength to keep going. We love you, but God loves you best. Deeply and sadly missed: granddaughter, Venda Worlds; daughter, Gertrude Jackson; great-great grands, and a host of sorrowing friends. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mother Mattie Baldwin would like to extend our heartfelt thanks for the many gestures of k-indness shown during our bereavement. The flowers, cards, food, etc. were grately appreciated. The family. CARD OF THANKS 1. Do not smoke while consumers and the poor bear a a heavy tax burden. fueling lawn mowers. Gasoline tax "The tobacco tax burden 1s is explosive. burden than do other users of as much as 10 times greater for 2. Wait for machines to cool tobacco products. black consumers with incomes before refueling. Wipe up Examining consumer spend-of $S,OOO or less than f?r con spilled fuel immediately. ing and cigarette tax sumers with Incomes over ;: Never fuel a running mower. payments compiled in the $30,000," said Chappell. He c. 3. Store and pour gasoline 1980-81 Consumer Expensaid black consumers in the ,, carefully and keep it in an apditure Survey, professor V. lowe s t income category bear a :LETTER OF proved container with a tightGlenn Chappell of the ECU tobacco tax burden that is THA. NKS lid more than one and one third times greater than the burden The family of the iate RENTAL PROPERTY on all consumers in the Williams "Peter" Watkins is OG. RAM low income sincerely grateful to the REHABILIT A r10N PR '"white tobacco taxes may friends and neighbors who be attractive sources of addigave their support, time, food THE y OF TA. MPA, AND HILLSBOROUGH tiona! revenues, their imposiand most of all for the prayers tion is not without some surand love. COUNTY, WILL SPONSOR A SEMINAR FOR THE prising and serious negative ef-Thanks for the cards, OWNERS OF RENTAL PROPERTY IN NEED OF fects," Chappell said. flowers, donations and all acts REPAIR. UNDER THE RENTAL PROPERTY "In terms of economic effi-of kindness during the passing REHABILITATION PROGRAM, HUD IS EN-ciency, tobacco taxes restrict of my nephew and sister's COURAGING RENTAL PROPERTY OWNERS TO output, raise prices, distort child. consumer decisions, and may Special thanks to Rudy REHABILITATE THEIR PROPERTIES TO INCREASE reduce overall economic Thomas Edison School THE SUPPLY OF DECENT HOUSING FOR LOW welfare P T.A., Meacham Early AND MODERATE INCOME PEOPLE. "Furthermore, tobacco Childhood Center. May God taxes are inequitable They are bless them and their families. inequitable both because they My family and I are deeply discriminate against congrateful to all people that .DATE: TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1985 sumers who prefer the taxed cared enough to respond to TIME: 9:30A.M. tobacco products and because our cry for help. LOCATION tl}e tobacco products that are Thanks and God bless you : taxed are those comprising a all. WEST TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER larger portion of poor and In appreciation, Otis D. {Corner Of Columbus Dr. & MacDill) minority consumers' budgets Neal r. and Linda than those of wealthy con PUGHSLEY sumers," Chappell said. j = Q =-Q = 'I'll FUNERAL HOME To Place Cancel T SPONSORED BY: The family and relatives of 3402 26th STREE Ot Correct d As Impressive As Required ooe James Jackson Lloy Aslnexpensiv.eAsDesired CITYOFTAMPA HILLSBOROUGHCOUNTY CLASSIFIED ADS > acknowledge all the acts of PHONES :247.JlSl or247-3152 DEPT. OF H.I.C.S. HOUSING ASSISTANCE kindness shown during the COMMUNITY REDE OFFICE Dial passing of our love one. WILSON'S VELOPEMENT AGENCY 248-2825 Thanks for the prayers, SUITE 109 telephone calls, visits, cards, FUNERAL HOME 1514 UNION STREET 9350 BAY PLAZA BLVD _.., flowers and other sympathies. 3001 29th STREET TAMPA, Fl33607 TAMPA, Fl33619 Or God Bless you. "Our Business Is Service" TELEPHONE: 223-8146 TELEPHONE: 623-2881 248.;.3033 z .. .. Family.


........................................ .................................................. ... 00 CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT .. < Q ; = Q ... .c Q = I c = < HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE cook needed for. Female & Male Dancers FACULTY POSITIONS TARPON SPRiNGS PERFECT STARTER Boarding Home. Non-wanted to star in male revue. HCC House for sale, large 4 211 home with beautiful only. 247-6756. Call the New Lounge Hillsborough Community bedroom/3 bath executive : wooden kitchen cabinets, ---------, .----t_ 224-0037. College invites candidates for house. Excellent location. fenced yard. New Lounge needs Kitchen Jo-------------1 open faculty positions ... to Possible lease with option to WEL_ L KEPT. OLDER help. Cook. Applications ac 1 AVON start with the Fall Term buy; Tampa, 238-3244; TarHOME cepted now. Call 224-0037. 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J., teaching abilities in RPG, ,_ __ ...... _IN_V_E-ST.;.O..;;.;;R..;.S ___ --1 3 BR/2 bath, block home_ 12 noon. 238-6217. PASCHAL, COBOL, FORPotential gross $9,000/year, no financing needed, $8,000. TRAN etc. $5,000 down. Spacious 4-unit To assume with possible Looking for an opportunity MANAGER, DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH apt. bldg; Excellent rental owner financing, corner lot, to make money? Join the GOLF COURSES Bach. degree plus work exarea. Call Herman, 248-6112 fenced. No credit check. number one Beauty Company City of St. Petersburg pr. in discipline and/or grad. (days) or 248-6256 (eves.) Brandon-Valrico and earn 50Jo of all your sales. Florida training appropriate to TOM P. MARTINO, lqc. Area Salarv $25.000 -$35,600 teacha'ng For information call685-3227. REALTOR 3 BR/2 Bath block home, Responsible for the com.DEVELOPMENTAL MATH 2018 E. 7th Avenue DO \ financing needed. A/G CONSTRUCTION PERMIT P rehensive planning, developB h ac deg. plus work expr. pool, large lot, fenced, newly CLERK ment, operation and, Be 'f-11 m dascipline and/or grad. aut u y Remodeled landscaped and remodeled. year plus 2 years maintenance of all municipal training appropriate to 3 bedroom/1 bath, cement No credit check. clerical exp. involving public golf course activities, Prefer a teaching. (One year 1 -non-block, new roof. VA $0 down, Clair Mel Area contact. four year degree from an actenure track). FHA $1500 down, 3 BR/2 bath block home. DATA PREPARATION credited college or university HORTICULTURE $380/month, $37,400. No financing needed $5,000 OPERATOR 11 with courses in business Bach. deg. and 2 years rele. 876-0780. down owner financing possi$11,794 year HS plus 1 year management, horticulture, ( 1-------------1 bl 70x100 t f d vant exp. 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(One REALTOR auto oriented area, metal Employer 2842 St Petersburg Flon'da 2018 E. 7th Avenue b 'ld' 2 400 f year/non-ture. track). m mg approx. sq. t., 33731. Closing date for receivNURSING paved lot, sale or lease, ing resumes is July .12, 1985. BSN and Mas. d'eg. in Nursin $62,500. Florida Department of ..._ ___________ ,... ing or Education. good neighborhoods, $1,000 Want to go house shopping? DIRECTOR OPTICIANRY One Call is all it takes for me General Services down, owner finance or will Services is seeking applicants WATER/WASTEWATER Licensed Optician in Florida build to suit. Call Herman plilck you ,up: I show homes UTILITIES (or eligible in in another s tate) B 1 8 10 a areas. for the position of Director of rad ey, 24 -6111 of c.; evenII 1 Bond Finance located in Salary negotiable. Direct the plus Bach. deg. and t years in ings, 248 6256 Ca : Me Bermudez overall operations and related opticianry. Realto' r Assoc., Eves. Tallahassee. This position TON. P. MARTINO, Inc. 884 4 357 2 4 h directs a division that provides functioning of the SONOGRAPHY REALTOR. : I I I water/waste water utilities Registered Diagnos' tic 2018 E. 7th Ave. fisca ega and marketmg serJ k s 1 vices required for the developdepartment. Requires graduaSonogapher in OB/GYN and R I Cac ensa e tion from an accredited 4 year Abdominal, with 2 years clinea ty orp., 885-0102. ment and issuance of general DON'T RENT FOREVER obligation and revenue bonds degree college or university cal expr. (Bach. deg. prefer. with major course work in red) Nice 3/1, quiet for the State of Florida. Apneighborhood, clean, only P licants must have a strong engineering, supplemented by Salary based on education f 5 f $28,000 with $3,000 down. managerial history in a nummum o years pro es-and experienee. Application 1 d t' De 8016 N. Alaska. For more info M unicipal finance with exsona expenence m u es adline.: JULY 26, 1985. d tl 1 t call Herman, 248-6112 (days) posure to bond development, tree Y mvo vmg wa er or Please call Personnel Office wast e water, systems manage(879 7222 E t 230) f F 1 or 248-6256 (eves). analysis and A x or acuTOM P. MARTINO, Inc. Bachelor's degree in Business ment and/or equivalent comty Application or send letter, REALTOR 1 d bination of training and ex-resume a nd suppport1'ng or Fmance or re ate area 2018 E. 7th A ven ue essential with advanced related perience that would provide papers (including copies of studies desirable. The Director the necessary knowledges, available transcripts) to: of Bond Finance is assigned to skills, and abilities. Director of Personnel FOR SALE the Senior SerDIRECTOR 2 C-1 lots corner Ida and vice and benefits include free DIVISION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE 29th Street. health life and disability inPUBLIC P.O. Box 22127 3 bedroom CB home on surance and a liberal leave Salary negotiable. Has Tampa, Fl. 33630 MOL 2 acres of land in policy. The salary range is primary responsibility for EOE/M-F Thonotosassa. Has den $37,000-$67,500 per year. broad comprehensive_ pro1------------.J w/fireplace, ch/a garage, con-' Resumes and the selection programs in the departments of FOR SALE crete patio. Priced below apMISCELLANEOUS MORTGAGE LOANS No Credit Check! Tony Muniz, Jr. Licensed Mtg. Bkr:. 6304 N. Nebraska Ave. ,_ 231-5011 REW -ARD $5-$500. For Your Junk Car Fast Free Pickup 626-6124 : cess will be subj'ect to Florida's water/waste water, road and praisal for quick sale. b 'd d I'd 3 bedroom/2 baths, double t-----------.-..tl Government in the Sunshine rt ge, engmeermg, an so 1 4 bedroom CB home in t R t t' garage, CH/ A1 dining and Law and laws relating to was e. eqmres regas ra 100 as Town-N-Country, near Hanna f 1 Florida rooms, fenced public records. Resumes a pro essaona engmeer, sup-and Hanley Road intersection. I t d b 7 f backyard. Drive by 4109 detailing work and salary P emen e Y years o To see is to want. Extra nice 1 f LaSalle St Reduced! Owner history must be submitted no gressavely responsb e pro es-and spacious in every way. 1 paying $2,000 closing cost. later than July 12, 1985_-sona engmeermg expenence, Seller willing to consider all t I t 3 f th Call Sue Kirk, ofc. 885-7468, Finalists will be subJ'ect to a eas years 0 e exoffers, as they are leaving the home 968-4714. thorough background in-perience must have been at a country permanently very ves tigation. Resumes should responsible supervisory level. INVESTOR'S DELIGHT soon. lias den, inside utility be sent to Mr. Stephen J. Apply by July 19, 1985: DELIGHT 'room, screened patio, ch/a, Kubik, Deputy Executive HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 3 acres M.O.L. in Citrus large yard with many fruit Director, Department of DEPARTMENT OF Park Area; 3/1 great rental on trees and fenced in rear. General Services, 133 Larsen EMPLOYEE RELATIONS Thonotosassa Avenue. Call Fred Berry, Licensed Building; Tallahassee, Florida 412 E. Madison St., GARRETT REALTY, Inc. Real Estate Salesman, 32301. Room 1003 2811 W. Kennedy Blvd., 231-2191. Equal Opportunity Tampa, Florida 33602 No. 103 BOB GADSON REALTY Employer/ Affirmative Action An Equal Opportunity (813) 875-4865, ofc. 5810 N. 40th Street Employer._. Employer (813) 870-3229, eves. 231-2191 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 open. ed in 15 days. Prestige Fashions, 501-329-8327.


CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1.921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT MI MISCELLAN NEOUS FOR RENT We Buy Land. Any Area. THRIFT SALE PRIVATE INVESTORS 2 bedrooms, $250/month. 1 SECTION 8 APPRO .VED Call Herman, 248-6111 or Th F & s W'll 'd $ eves. 248 6256 ur. n., un. 1 cons1 er any s1tuatton. bedroom, 220/mont... 105 2 bedrooms, ale, carpet, Tom _P. Martino Cor. Central & Adalee Homeowners only. 963-0565 W. Francis. 883-4373. Lake and llnd St. area; Inc. Realtor $250/month, $150 securUy 2018 E. 7th $$I BUY ttOMES $$ 1 room apartment for rent, deposit. Call Gary, 9-4, 248-6111 Any Area, Any Condition, PAINTING! lady preferred. 319 E. 7 th 248-1848, after 6, 879-5515. Inside & Out A n Fast Service. Alan, .,n.ve ue. we buy Homes and Lots You furnish the paint, we For Cash. 9 63-0565 (days); do the rest. Reasonable rates. FOR RENT ANTHONY & (JJights). Call Ken, 237 0060 Large furnished rooms for ASSOCIATES rent with kitchen facilities. Small apartment by week 9r month. 932-2856. REAL TOR MONeY TO LEND 1982 Toyota Celie a GT Call 237-2808. 6304 N. Nebraska Mortgage Loans up to loaded/pampered. $6,950: 237-5011 $15,000. !'lo Credit Checks. Tampa 886-9648; Pinellas ROOMS FOR RENT Room for rent for mature Tom P Martino, Inc., 595-5251. 2nd Avenue, Ybor City, person(s), 1920 E. Emma, HOME IMPROVEMENTS Realtor ..... neat and clean, reasonable, nice, clean and quiet Quality work. All types. 2018 E. 7th Ave. Is true you. can buy Jeeps refrigerator and cooking neighborhood. 237-8351. Repairs, remodeling, and new Ph: 248_ 6111 for $44.00 through the U.S. 'facilities. l38-3l4 4 or constructio n. Class A license government? Get the facts to' 988 2587 contractor. 238-3244 or day. Call 312-742-1142, ext. Efficiency & 1 BR apt., ,988. -8551. ; We buy Homes. Any Condi9924. Apt. For Rent $125/deposit, .as low as SYLVIA WIGS & BEAUTY SALON 2271 E. Hillsborough (Eastgate Plaza) 139-3404 Wigs Complete Hair Care Nexus Products lion. Any Area. 1----F-O_R_R_E_N_T----1 1 bedroom/l bath, StOO $5))/week including water, Tom P. Martino. deposit, $4S week. 2J06-l 3 th garbage & sewage. 223-4600, Inc., Realtor ask for Dan. 2018 E. 7th Ave. 3 bedroom nice clean apt. St. Drive by then call 248_6111 for nice dean working people. can 254-3974. 2 bedroom duplex, ale, Nice clean private rooms for 2 BR duplex apt. for' rent, 105% So. 22nd St. 32i6 48th Street, nice clean working people. $275/mo., $200 de)osit; Pay 2 bedroom apt., water paid, 5275/month. 837 8429 or Private, reasonable, furnished own utilities, 2532 w. Walnut-. deposit $160, first month's 839 2842 and all utilities included. Days, 248-3791; after 6:30 call :::s 1------------t rent $250, appliances included a-;;;;.;..,:;;;;;:.. _______ .., 254-3975. 985-8480. LOW INTEREST (stove and refrigerator). Call Nice clean rooms, t MORTGAGES 247-2893 between 5 7 p.m. $45/weekly, 1st and last week's Call Us We Can Help! rent ($90) moves you in. 4403 41st Str-t HOUSE FOR RENT f .ACCURATE MORTGAGE 248-544f.' 2 bedroom bloCk house for Call after 5 p.m. 248-2679. = BROKER 2 bedroom duplex for rent, rent. 239-9862. W T I ..... 5 14540 N. Florida Ave. est ampa, $335/month. 3 full bath home r.-963-0'565 (days); 963-1956 CHI A. Call 223-5214. for sale, fully air-conditioned. ROOMS FOR .RENT Four (4) apartments -2 = ( 0 i g h t s) 2 bedrrom apt.,.230412th Low rent. Call 920 _5221. Large furnished rooms with bedrooms each. Section 8 apg; Street. Call 971-4966 for more burglar bar door, near Florida proved. Call me at 237-6985. GORDY. 'S information. Avenue. Newly remodeled. 1-----------.-.rrr1!! 105 Y2 So. 22nd AIR-CONDITIONING & Bathroom and kitchen HEATING 2 bedroom apt. for ren privileges. $45/week plus FAIR OAKS SOUTH TAMPA All appliances oil, gas, Double or single room for water paid, deposit $160, 15 00 2 bedrooms/2 baths, pool t M b k' I mon .th's .. rent,. $250. Ap. deposit required. electrical, refrigerators and ren ust e wor mg peop e, 3813 0 253 2539 and lake view. Gorgeous. freezers, ice machine, a l e, single or couple. For more in.pliances included (stove and r 886-9648. washers/dr-lers. Call formation call 2 48-5585. refrigerator). Call 247-2893 ....... 223_ 9233 5 & 7 p.m.. MUST SEE TO APPRECIATEII MONEY TALKS! Furnished rooms for rent, 1216 12th Ave. Clean and reasonable, refrigerator, cook ing facilities. 238-3244. Large 1 bedroom, pos. 2 CB house, 2716 29th Street, RIVERGROVE AREA screened porch, ale, fenced d 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Call New 3 bedroom/2 bath yar and more. 3506 22nd A 258-5151. .,. home with sunken living room ve., $215/month, $125 :w/fireplace, breakfast bar, security. Call Bill after 6:30 t------------111 laundry room and more. p.m., 877-5006. for rent by week or by ROOMS FOR RENT 1807 E. Columbus Dr. Neat, clean and reasonable, refrigerator and cooking facilities. 238-3244 or 988-2587. $395/month. 237-1135. t------------1 month. 989-02 7 1. 2314 2nd AVE. = 3 bedroom, nice clean apt. 2 -2 Bedroom apartments 1------------11 S. for nice clean working people for rent, w/w c arpet, elec. & =254-3974. heat & air. 247.1879 or MONEY TALKS! o 1-....... 933-5966. rd:' ,::'.' 1 bedroom CB building ((\\ 2718 12th Ave. MONEY TALKS! &. t:f. FLORIDA AVE. 258-5151. 1 and 2 bedroom apts for Furnished, neat, and a/c. I & M Apts., 1002 reasonable. 238-3244 or House For Rent Lemon St. 258-5151. .wfiililD 988-2587. Call after 5 P.M., 248-2679. 2 bedroom duplex, ale, !Yea IMMEDIATE RESULTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY tzu.Jak o-r-a.duA n.it/'ou.& rxude auailabk (:b.e, mliu

Pool Plagued By Late Night Swimmers Cyrus Vandals, councilman Perry Harvey, Jr .. To Speak At Robles Park Adrian White, manager of > the Cyrus Green Pool on Buf falo A v e., isn't surpri s ed to ; the facilit y vandali z ed when he arrives to work in the BY PATrY ALLEN Sentinel Shiff Writer modate the who want to s wim at night, but it ha s not helped. The teenager s and y oung adults are breaking in a s late a s 11 p m. and up t o two or the morning." to their cars "We are constantly repair ing the fence daily. It's getting expensive arid very time con s uming According to White, "I came out here after work one night and I found adults here. Of course the y all ran when I got here but I ha v e seen the same ones (teenagers) who swim during the day, swimmSgt. Sam Jones ; of Police Department's Com munity Relation s Office, an, nounced that City Councilman Perry H a rvey, Jr., will addres s the Robles Park Village < 0 0 ..,, z morning s. It hasn't been un c ommon for the staff at the pool t o f ind the fence broken or bottle s or other debris in and around the pool. According to White, and Supervisor of Aquatic s Nilo Men e ndez t his i s the of y oun g t e e nager s a n d adult s who are br e ak i ng i nto th e facility a fter it 's clo s ed f o r a m idni ght s wim "For years they have been cutting the fence and getting into the facility after hours,-" Menendez stated. "We tended the hours to accomAccording to Menende z the pool's hours are from 9:30 a m. to 9 p m. on Monday s through Thursday's ; l to 8 p m on Frida y s and Satur day's; and on Sunda y's f rom l to 5 :30 p : m. Admission i s f re e "For year s they have been cutting the fence, which i s the biggest problem we ha v e," Menendez explained. "They use bolt cutters, and they even go so f ar as to pull down the fence with tow chains hooked residents on Wednesday, July 10, beginning a t 10 a .m., in the auditorium lo c ated at 3814 N Central. This will be concerning establishing a Neighborhood ing at night. experience to help s ave t hem, "My guard s are g etting tired and we are afraid of what of cl e aning up e v e r y day excould happ en." peciall y glass in th e pool;" the Wh ite add e d, Th e dro w n 25-year-old manager e x plain ing s in the pa s t haven' t pha s ed ed. "It' s the same thing ever y any of the s e people They ha v e day, it's like a routine. a bad attitude Menendez feels that the According to Menende z peryoung people "are out looking manent security guard s hav e for something to do late at been assigned to check all of night. We have seen broken the pools at night, and the beer and liquor bottles on the police department ha s stepped deck, so it js possible that they up their patrol. PERRY HARVEY JR. Wat c h Ar ea w i thi n t h e R oble s Park Village," S gt. Jon e s ex plained He a dded Th e r e s i dttn ts are encouraged to a ttend voice the concern the y on Neighborhood Watch P gram s and city government are taking alcoholic beverages "The police will arre s t peo..!' into the facility hours pie for trespassing," Falls Prime Cause Of Accidental Death White suggested that "if Menendez said. possible night classes should White and Menendez enbe offered," or some kind of couraged the community night activity. around Cyrus Green Pool to But according to the Superwork with them in s topping visor of Aquatics, "We. are the young people from vannow stretched to the limits by dalizing the facility keeping the pool open to 9 ''We weuld lik!! to put out a p.m We were fortunate when plea to all people who live Sulphur Springs closed, to exaround the pool, Menendez pand the hours at the troubled began. "They can actually pools." help by calling the police if Both White arid Menendez they see unauthorized people are worried that someone in the pool, or yell at them t o could drown without proper get out. It is illegal and supervision. According to unsafe." CHICAGO, IL -An estimated 8,000 Americans 65 and older died tragically in 1983 as a result of falls, a National Safety Council statistical study indicated. "Frequently, older people are the viCtims of falls brougpt on by failing eyesight, reduced muscular strength, loss of coordination, and osteoporosis (a condition of the bones) and common tripping hazards," said Nina Moroz, coordinator for the Council's safety program for Older Americans. Menendez such accident s White concluded, "I don't have occurred 1n know what it's going to take, "900Jo of the problems hapbut I hope they keep out of ..------------------------.pen during that time (late at He warned that the $ night and early in the mornpool will "eventually Close This fence has been pried open by the young teenagers and adults who break into Cyrus Green Pool after it closes. Immediately wipe-up spills from hard-surface floors before they become slippery $ I J J ing)," Menendez revealed. down if the kids don't stay ?ut danger zones. Never walk on a freshly washed floor until it'. s dry Kids Are You Looking for Extra Spending Cash for The Summer? Sell The Florida Se1_1tlneiBulletln Every Tuesday And Friday Adults And Teens Weleomed ''TIME IS MONEY'' ADULTS AND TEENS WELCOMED SENTINEL EXAMPLE CHART FOR AGENTS: PAPERS 25 AGENTCOST PROFIT FOR AGENT 50 100 200 500 1,000 55.00 510.00 520.00 540.00 5100.00 5200.00 "Time Is Money" So, Call Now/Ill For More Information Contod: CIRCULATION MANAGER 248-1921 53.75 57.50 515.00 530.00 575.00 5150.00 $ The facility currently has no high diving board for the regular patrons. Use self polishing wax on smooth-surface floors to eliminate skidding. Place a rubber mat or adhesive decals in the bath tub to discourage sliding. A non-&kid rug placed outside the tub can keep one from slipping on a moist tile floor. Apply abrasive strips or I foam rubber to s c atter rugs to prevc;nt them from sliding when stepped on. Don't use the floor or stairs as temporary resting places for magazines, hand bags or other objects. Never let telephone or electrical cords trail across areas where people walk FOR PERSONAL,. PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES .RENDERED COURTEOUSLY, AND CONFIDENTIALLY, CONJ" ACT: \ \ FRED L.. BUCKINE ATTORNEY AT LAW PERSONAL INJURY & WRONGFUL DEATH RESULTING FROM ACCIDENTS OR ALL TYPES. AUTO MOTORCYCLE BOAT SLIP & FALLDEFECTIVE PRODUCTS 711 N. FLORIDA .AVE. SUITE 225 _TAMPA, FL 33602 (813) 223-2044


BURGLARIES valued at $too and $t8t in cash were taken from the James Robinson, 38, 7707 home of Albert 0. Collry Rd., reported to police 45, 1905 N. Taliafero, that an unidentified suspect according to police reports, by broke into Booster Beauty an unknown culprit. Supplies, 2724 N. Fla. Ave., An unidentified sus:Pect, ac and fled the scene with $1 ,357 cording to police reports, fore w orth of hair care products, ed their way into the home of $86 worth of gold chains and Ray Charles Berry, 30, 8513 rings, and $115.50 worth of N. Alaska, Apt. A, and fled cigarettes. the scene with $275 in cash, According to police reports, and a Seiko watch valued at a possibly known suspect $500. broke into the residence of Tommie Hall, 42, 3210 E. Frantz Augusts, 25, 302 W. 21 Ave., related to police of Alfred S_t., Apt. 41 and fled the ficers that an unidentified scene with a ster::eo turntable suspect unlawfully entered his valued at $120.t. room then fled the scene with A Zenith television set $70 in cash -. Have You Been Injured In An Automobile Accident Or By A Motor Vehicle And It Wasn't Your Fault? \ Call: KA YDELL 0. WRIGHT Attorney At Law .254-4623 THE WRIGHT BLDG. 110 N. Armenia Tampa, Fla. 33609 (Free ParlclngJ Automobile Accidents (Free CQnsultation) Wrongful Death (Free Consultation) Medical Malpractice (Free Consultation) Slip & Fall Dog Bites (Free Consultation) '"< I DRUG ARRESTS According to police reports, 23-year-old Jimmie Lee Woods, 1027 Joed Ct., was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine while at the corner of Henderson and Nebraska Ave. Victor Roberts, 21, 2601 E. 27th Ave., was also arrested and charge.d with possession of cocaine, while at the corner of N. 29th St. and Lindell Ave., police reports Police arrested and charged the following people with possession of marijuana: while at the corner of N. 29th St. and E. 24th St. Raymond Pruitt, Jr., 33, 3408 E. Com anche; while at 3401 E. Chelsea -Ernest Louis Porter, 26, at-large address; while at the corner of N. 30th St. and E. Osborne Ave. Divorce Probate & Wills D.WI ---------------. I IF YOU WOULD LIKE THE I : FLORIDA SENTINELBULLETIN I I TO YOUR HOME EACH I 1 WEEK, PLEASE FILL OUT THE I : SUBSCRIPTION BLANK BELOW. I :SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE DELIVERED BY : : MAILONLY. I : 6 Months Only $17 1 Year Onty $31 I I I 1 CIRCULATION DEPT. Subscriptions By Moll I 1 P. 0 Box 3363 Poyoble In Advonce, Enclose I Woman Runs Stop Sign, Crashes Into Tanker A<:cording to police spokesman Johnny Barker, Mattie C. Brown, 55, 3103 E. Brown was traveling bound on lOth Ave. at 5:46 a.m. Knollwood, was rushed to Barker further explained Tampa General Hospital that after the impact, the truck :C yesterday morning (Thursday, continued traveling north July 4) in critical condition, bound until it crashed through after failing to stop at a stop the side of a building on the sign in her 1984 Buick at the north east side of 22nd St. and corner of lOth Ave. and 22nd lOth Ave. Six homes within a St., and colliding with a semitwo block area had to be tractor traitor carrying 9,000 evacuated for 1\12 hours for gallons of gas. wreckers to remove the truck. The .truck, which was driven by James H. Murray, 43, 7413 Sherren Dr., was traveling north bound on 22nd St., and According to the police spokesman, charges are pen ding against Brown. Youth In Shot During Argument Critical According to police reports, shooting did not occur in the Ricky Doyle, 20, 2225 E. 9th parking lot Of The Midnight Ave., was shot once in the Express. He said that the chest while at The Midnight shooting occurred in the Express, located in the Tampa vicinity of the Ybor City Park Plaza at the corner of Branch Library. Nebraska Ave. and Kay St., at After someone came into 3:10 a.m. this (Friday) mornThe Midnight Express and ing. The victim is in very said there had been a shooting, critical condition at Tampa security guards at his business General Hospital. went to the site of the According to police shooting, and returned to The spokesman Johnny Barker, Midnight Express with two Andre Guion, 20, 1005 E: 7th subjects in handcuffs, Miles Ave., Apt. D, has been arsaid. rested and charged with agMiles indicated that the sub gravated battery in connection jects were coming from The with the incident. New Lounge, they were not his B;uker explained that both patrons and had not been at youths were members of two The Alien. liD ff = = I = = 1 -;;" -. = i = '1::1' ,=: fll = groups arguing in the parking lot at the Midnight Express. According to on-the-scene in vestigators, Guion walked away then sudd enly turned around and fired a shot from a small caliber handgun. The subjects remained until = units of the Tampa Police Department arrived to in vestigate Police have not determined what the argument was about. But according to Barker, ''There is no question that this incident occurred at The > Alien, the people involved ,g_ were at The Alien There are C.C. Miles, owner of The Midnight Express (formerly The Alien), told the Sentinel Friday morning that the to many statements'' that fact. witnesses' substantiating SYLVIA'$ WIG TOWN & BEA UTY SALON 2271 IE. Hillsborough (/Eastgate PlazoJ 239-3404 8th Anniversary Sale Prices Good: July 1 $f 27th Register To Win One Of The Following: First Weelr: $50 Give -A Way Second Weelr: Dinner For 2/Red Lobster Tltlrd Weelr: fREE Wig 1 Tampa, Flo 33601 Mony Order Or Check I 1 1 Wigs $20 $30 $5 OH Reg. Price 1 NAME 1 Wigs $35 & Up $8 OH Reg. Price Braids _$5 1 ADDRESS .A.PT 1 I Complete Hair Care t"l 1 CITY STATE ZIP-1 Prices Good: Mon Fri. ..., 1 (No Refunds G ;ven On Svtscropt; 9nsJ I Curl Retouch $35.00 I IF SENTINELS ARE NOT SOLD WHERE YOU SHOP, PLEASE I Shampoo & Set-$B.OO I ASK THE MANAGER IF THE STORE WILL CARRY THE SENTINEL I Thanks To God And Our Customers For I TO ACCOMMODATE THEIR CUSTOMERS. I 8 Years Of Patronage '-l I FOR SERVICE CALL THE CIRCULATION DEPT. 1 1 Sylvia Rainey Owner ; I 1813) 2481921 John Harrison Operaior t"l 1.1111 iii Beverly Lett-Operator t;'1 I. .... .. .. ::--:::: .. :: .. ......


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Hardships, Struggles Graduates Of Local Off For School Pay Beauty It was a struggle for most, but last Friday the fruits of their labor were rewarded six members of a local beauty academy graduated. As they prepare to enter the business world as controllers of their own destiny, these women can now look back on the struggles and hardships. It "was a sacrifice to get to this day,'' Patricia Lewis Mosley, President of the Stu dent Council at the Buffalo Avenue location of Wilfred Beauty Academy, stated of graduation day. "There were some who had transportation problems, and one drove from Plant City each day. Many days her car would not make it there," Mrs Masley explain ed. "She told us (the class) BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor that each day she herself to Wilfred and gives credit to the Lord and her mother for helping her to make it through each day." Her mother took care of her two children. There were also times when there were personal problems and the graduates give credit to the academy's staff for not only giving excellent instruc tion, but also helping to solve personal problems. Much of their inspiration came .from class member Evangelist Leniece Overton. For those who do decide to pursue a skill in beauty culture Mrs. Patricia left, was presented a plague by Buddy Sale, Assistant Educational Supervisor for Wilfred Academy, for her work as president of the Student Council, and for her concern, friendliness and love. it is pot an easy task. There are such studies as Bacteriology, Anatomy, Chemistry, Histology (nails, hair), Elec tricity, Massage, Der matology (skin, scalp, hair) and makeup. Full time students (those 1 who attend during the day) must take a 7 Y2 months course, while the parttime students (attend at night) must tgo longer for ab()ut 13 mon ths. All must obtain 1 ,200 hours of training. The last seven weeks of training are done in full time clinics where the students work on customers After training, the students are prepared for the State Board, an e xamination which entails written (theory) and practical (demonstration on a live model) examinations. Part of the training also in cludes field trips to local malls to do manicures and make-up, to elementary s .chools, rehabilitation centers to ser. vice the men and women, and visits to local beauty shops and supply houses. Part of the graduation ceremonies included special awards that were presented to Sandra Wade, Leniece Over' ton and Jud}(,Ware who 'ga-ve up hours of their study time tutor other students. As presi dent of the Student Council, Ms. Mosley was presented a special award for her untiring work. Another award for Mrs. Mosley was a surprise visit from her husband, Harold J. Mosley, who flew in from Saudi Arabia to attend the ceremony. He also video taped the ceremonies for the class. "This was a unique graduating class because all of us had grown close and we helped each other," Mrs. Mosley stated. There were only six graduates at the Friday afternoon ceremony of a local beauty academy. However, they were a proud six. They are, from left to right, Sandra Wade, Alina Fernandez, Evangelist Leniece Overton, Patricia Lewis-Mosley, Doretha Rivers and Judy Weir. After 14 years without a ma jor corporate sponsor, the Miss Black Florida Pageant has received a two-fold boost to its goal. This week the pageant of. ficially announced that Anheuser-Busch marketing of Florida and St. Louis will sponsor the state finals on Saturday, July 20th. The event will be produced into a two hour TV special and aired statewide at a iater date. The second half o f the coup is that Busch Gardens in Tam pa will host the pageant which according to the pageant's director, Noble Sissie, Jr., "When these two magnificent organizations get behind a project, a first class event is practically guaranteed _.'' Sissie also released the name of national recording star, Jerry Butler, as the perform ing co-host of the annual event. Together with Tampa's Break Away Band and Tallahassee's Vivance Syn copated Models' Tribute To The Cotton Club, it's a sure bet that this will not only be the best show in town, but cer tainly the most exciting pageant in recent history. Tickets will not be on sale at Busch Giudens. The limited number available will allow persons to enter the park an hour before showtime Interested persons can call in Tampa (813) 251-3452 or send for tickets at P .0. Bo]{ 1217, Tampa, FL 33601. JERRY BUTLER Performing Co-Host 1 Noble Sissie, Jr., left, pageant director is. greeted by Thorn Stork, director of marketing at Busch Gardens, as the two finalize plans for the pageant to be hosted by Busch Gardens on July 20th at the Stanleyville Theater. OPEN LAW OFFICES ... unore and Clark, P.A., recently hosted a reception celebrating the opening of its new offices at 1516 8th Avenue. The attorneys, from left, Rick Gilmore, Goerge Clark and Robert Morrison were pleased to welcome many colleagues and friends who came to congratulate them.


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SI!..Nr;J.A y SCHOOl. LESSON Black To Convene July 11-13 In Mississipi WASHlNGTON Televi sion comedy star Marla Gibbs, Mississippi Governor William A Allain, and Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services Dorcas R. Hardy, ow:ill be the major speakers at the 15th Annual Conference of the Nationar Caucus and Center on Black Aged in Jack son, Mississi ppi July 11-13. local providers of services to the elderly, national labor organizers, and community activists in behalf of elderly causes. NCBA for 120 apartments in the three cities: Ms. Gibbs, known as "Florence' on the popular TV series "The Jeffersons," and set to star in a new NBC fall series called "227;" will be featured speaker at the highlight event during the Conferenc ethe Annual Liv ing Legacy Award Banquet, Friday, July 12. BY REV. A LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church The Conference will kick off with an historic bus "pilgrimage" through the Mississipppi Delta to view NCBA facilities, and sites for new hou sing projects worth $3.8 million, which are ready to be built by NCBA. The Lord's Constant Love ..... Hosea 1:5 The chorus of a popular song, You, Me and He, ex hibits the growing acceptance of infidelity in marriage rela tionships these days. Monogamy, the con tinues, is "not functional." We are urged to "understand" the extramarital affairs our spouses may engage in. It's natural, just a part of normal life. So goes that line. But God's people know better. The Law of God prohibits s uch free flowing relationships. between two married people Their commitments to each other have made them one fles h, they belong to each other. In our lesson for Sunday, God uses the marital relation ship of Hosea, the prophet to symbolize His relationship to the people of Israel. He is their God and they are His people Btii: Israel has other plans. In its sinful rebellion, it plays the harlot and finds a lover in the pleasures of the culture. Hosea is the Rey to graphically viewing God's on the whole issue. This prophet of God must not only preach the message of the Lord, but he is commanded of the Lord to marry and live with an unfaithful woman (Gomer). Even his children participate in the symbolic spiritual lesson. In our previous lesson we found the prophet Amos stressing certain judgment for a wayward, sinful nation. This was his basic theme. Through Hosea however God revealed something else that Israel know. Like Amos, Hosea was appalled at the injustice, lying, killing, stealing, adultery, and blood shed in Israel. Of course, these were sins against justice. But beyond this, Hosea saw them sins against the love of God. Even more significantly, Hosea was able to carry to the nation the mes s age that God was willing to receive even an unfaithful people baclc into His love and fellowship, if they would turn from their sins and come again to Him. God's love is constant love, ever waiting 'for the response of love from Hi s wayward people. He wants them to return to Him Organized aroond the theme ''Serving the Needs of Older Black Americans," the Con ference will include an educa tional institute for seniors, ag ing network professionals, We are given an account of the unfaithfulness of .an adulterous wife and of the Lord's desire to reclaim her. If there were any righteous The pilgrimage will leave the Memphis, Tenn airport at 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 10, visiting NBCA insiallations in Hernando, Mayersville and Mound-Bayou, Mississippi. In Hernando, Mayersville and when the pilgrims arrjve in Jackson, they will witness groundbreaking ceremonies on housi construction At lea st eight older blacks (half from Mississippi) will be sal uted for their contributions to American life and prosperity. Past I:.iving Legacy Awardees have includ ed Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr., Olympics hero Jesse owens, Mrs. Rosa Parks; and scholars Dr. Benjamin Mays and Dr. W. Cobb. Hosea's message begins in a rather startling manner ''The Lord said ... ta) :I lo'!j ::::!. I = e :I" s :I I'll I'll See You There. :r: Friday, July 5th, At 12 A.M.


= = "ii = -= ...._---From Val's Kitchen_......:;;...._ ............ ______ By Valerie Johnson Food Expert -------Parties With PizZazz-----. This month, when you're planning special, whether it is an anniversary feast or a dinner invitation for the new bride and groom, you'll want to entertain with style and ease. What to serve poses no problem with this imaginative menu with party flair. just the right seasonings to make a great party dish. All you need to complete the m eal is a crisp and tangy spinach salad served with a refreshing fruit punch. What could be easier? Party Jambalaya Spinach Salad with Bacon Coconut Chocolate Pie Festive Fruit Punch And, for a grand finale that will please all dessert lovers, especially the chocolate-cravers, here's the pie they w:on't forget! Coconut Chocolate Pie combines chocolate with coconut in a delightfully rich and yummy pie -truly a mouth-watering tempta tion. This marvelous and easy Party Jambalaya is a colorful blend of tender vegetables, rice, chicken, ham and shrimp, combined with So, put on a party with PIZZAZZ! With this festive menu, it's a cinch to entertain with style and ease. Spinach Salad With Bacon 6 cups fresh, torn into bite-size pieces (about Yz pound) 1 envelope Good Seasons mild Italian salad dress ing mix Vinegar, water, and salad oil 6 strips crisp cooked bacon 1 egg Place spinach in salad bowl. Prepare salad dressing mix with water and salad oil as directed on envelope. Crumble bacon into small pieces. Cook egg in boiling water for 1 minute. In small bowl, combine bacon, egg and '12 cup of the salad dressing. Pour over spinach; toss lightParty Jambalaya '12 to 3/.t pound raw chicken cut inch nk Saute ch1cker), ham u s d h" b Y4 pound slivered boiled an s nmp m utter m ham (about y2 cup) until chicken is Y4 pound cleaned shrimp JUSt te_nder and shrimp 2 tablespoons butter or are pmk. Add broth, tomatoes, thyme, garlic margarine 1 cup chicken broth 1 can (16 oz.) tomatoes or stewed tomatoes Y4 teaspoon thyme Dash of garlic powder (optional) 3 drops hot pepper sauce 1 package (9 oz.) Birds Eye French cut green beans 1 package (8 oz.) Birds Eye mixed vegetables with onion sauce 1 Minute rice NO MONEY NEEDED! Let Us Repair powder and pepper sauce : Add vegetables. Bring to a full boil over medium heat, separating vegetables with a fork and stirring frequently. S_tir in rice. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 5 minutes. Makes 8 cups or 6 serv ings. Note: Chicken may be omitted; use 1 0 pounds slivered ham or shrimp. AL Festive Fruit {:oconut Chocolate Punch Pie 1 cup Kooi-Aid sugar1 package (4 oz.) Baker's sweetened soft drink mix, German's sweet any flavor* chocolate* 2 cups unsweetened Y4 cup butter or pineapple juice or apple margarine juice or orange juice 1 can (13 oz.) evaporated 2 quarts water with ice milk cubes 1 '!3 cups (about) Baker's *Or use 1 envelope Angel Flake coconut Kool-Aid unsweetened 3 eggs, slightly beaten soft drink mix, any flavor y2 cup sugar* and add 1 cup sugar; or 1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell use 1 envelope Kool-Aid 1 cup thawed Cool Whip sugar free soft drink mix. whipped topping Combine all ingre*O dients in nonmetal con-r use 4 squares Baker's semi-sweet tainer; stir until drink chocolate; or use 3 mix is dissolved. Serve squares Baker's in tall glasses. Makes unsweetened chocolate -about 2112 quarts. and increase sugar to MozarellaTomato cup. Platter With Melt chocolate and Basil Inessing butter in over very low heat, stirring Serve as an appetizer with chilled white wine or as a side constantly Blend in dish with grilled meats. milk, coconut, eggs and YJ cup weU-seasoned bottled sugar. Pour into pie oiJ-vjnegar dressing shell. Bake at 400 for 30 1 tablespoon chopped fresh minutes. Cool; top with basil or 1 teaspoon dried, whipped topping. crumbled 12 ounces mozzarella cheese, Sprinkle with shaved sliced chocolate, if desired. 2 large tomatoes, sliced Store any leftover pie in Fresh basil leaves for garnish refrigerator. (optional) Mix dressing and chopped basil. Arrange cheese and tomato slices alternately on a platter. Drizzle with dressing. let stand 30 minutes or longer. Garnish. with basil leaves. Makes 4 servihgs. NOTICE!! BAR-B-QUE KING 3501 E. Hillsborough 238-9024 = ly. Makes about 6 cups Your House Or Property And Market It, bur Fee Is Paid Through Sale. Peninsula Entprs., Inc. OPEN ON SUNDAYS or 6 to 8 servings. P Note: Remaining 2.1 prepared salad dressing -' can be stored to use at G Also: New Rate Plans & Payment Arrangements Do-lt-Yourself Advice Call Lou 2 P.M. UNTIL 10 P.M. Stop By And Visit Us After Church < another time. .................. _. __________________ _. ________ =================u


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-Helping Youth Decide Part VIII The past seven weeks we have been learning how to make better decisions with our teens and how to help them make more deci sions. Below is a questionnaire for teens and parents. Take a moment to fill it out. You may send it to me if you wish. You may write: Kathy Ed wards, c/o Independent COGIC, 3101 E. Lake Ave., Tpa, Fl 33610. Parent Questionnaire 1. Right now, I spend __ hours a week talking with my (son) (daughter). 2. When something is botbering (him) (her) I usual ly: (check the one that comes closest) a. assume that the problem can't be all that serious Youth Questionnaire (son) (daughter) has ever made -on (his) (her) own is: 10. A mutually agreeable deci sion my (son) (daughter) and I have made together within the last rilogth is: 1. I spend about __ hours a week talking with my (mother)(father). 2. When something is bothering me, my (mother) (father) usually: (check the one that comes closest) a. assumes my problems can't be all that serious. b. figures it out before I say anything. c. is willing to take the time to listen. d. goes overboard and lec tures me. I know (he) (she) b. am sensitive to the fact that there is a problem and c: I ani often right about what it I means well but it never helps. 3. When I ask for permis sion to do something my (mother) (father): a. usually say s .... because (he) (she) me. i s .. c. take the time to listen d. become deeply involved fll giving fieely of my exb. usually says "yes" hut I wonder If (he) (she) is even' listening. = perience and adyice. 3. When my (son) c ....... que. Stions me and sometimes really invades my "c:: .c I'll .... :c; = =-= .... = = I = .c 00 (daughte i ) asks for permission to do something, I: (check the Qne that closest) a. usually say "yes" because I trust (him) (her). b. say "yes" because (he) (she) is going to do it anyway. c want more information and may want to check things out for myself. d. usually say "no" because (he) (she) has such a poor track record. e. other ______ 4. My (son's) (daughter's) best friends are: (list names) 5. CHis) (Her). most frustrating experience in the past few weeks was: 6. The most frustrating ex (he) (she) had with me in the past few weeks was: 7. One thing atiout my (son) (daughter) that I am proud of is: 8 One thing that bothers me about (him) (her) is: 9. The biggest decision my privacy. d. usually. says "rio" because '(he) (she) doesn'ttrust me e. 4. My best friends are: (list names) 5. My most frustrating experience of the past few weeks was: 6. My most frustrating ex perience with my (mother) (father) in the past few weeks was: 7. One of the things about me that makes my (mother) (father) feel proud is: 8. One thing that bothers my (mother) (father) about me is: 9. The biggest decision I have ever made on my own is: 10. A mutually agreeable deci sion that my (ll)other) (father) and I have made together within the last month is: Psychic-Spiritualist MadameA. nn Solves all life's problems of Love, Money, Health; Bad Luck Removes Evil Spells and Curses Gives you Lucky Numbers and Days. Answers all your questions. Madame Ann can and will help you!! Results Where Others Have Failed. .6025 Dale Mabry I blk. N. or'Hillsborough 875-4697 Bus Stop No.40 By Dr. Charles W. Faulkner How Blacks Can Break The Psychological Barrier To Freedom Last week, we di s cussed some basic, underlying reasons for the relative lack of success for Blacks in America and proposed some solutions to the problem. Most Blacks fail because they perceive of themselves as having a natural incapability, "I failed because I don't have the ability to suc ceed. Success is only for non. Black folks in America." This continuous reaffirmation of inferiority keeps Blacks locked in a psychological prison with invisible walls Blacks are imprisoned because they perceive of themselves as being imprison ed and. accept their plight as inevitable: "why should I even try to be successful when I know that whites won't let me?;' Much of this loss of freedom is self-imposed. In one tends to become what he ha s been, conditioned to believe that he is. The thought, alone, is sufficient to retard progress. Many people, fearing failure, simply refuse to participate in the activity. This is dynamic behavioral programming : This is the self-fulfilling prophecy at work: "I am in ferior and will fail. If you don't believe that I'll fail I'll show you what I .mean." After trying and failing (or failing to try) he proves his point and says, "see what I mean, I told you I would fail.;, Years ago, I was involved in a lively debate with a young lady who was determined to prove her point. Her views were expressed in non-stop soliloquy. Unable to get a word in edgewise, I said to her, "I would like to state my ideas, if you will let me." Her retort wa s "I'm not stopping you from talking." The reality hit me in the face like a leather brick: I was restraining myself but blaming her for my lack of assertiveness. I could speakif I wanted to. All that I had to do was open my mouth and state my point-of-view. Blacks are, generally' in a similar situa tion, in spite of American racism. If you are unhappy with the way that your hair or your clothes look, you usually feel bad. You don't like y6urself. There erse is also true. 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.................... .. .................. ..... ; City Of Tampa Has New Fire Chief Freetime Parking Meters Mayor Bob Martinez Tuesappointed William H. Austin, Fire Administrator and Chief of the Howard County, Md. Fire Depart ment, as Tampa's new fire chief. Austin, 38, a firefighter for 17 years, was recommended by a selection panel which inter viewed and evaluated six finalists the last week of June. A total of 70 applicants had originally applied for the posi tion. Married and the father of four children, Austin has serv ed as head of the 385-member Howard County Fire Depart ment since August, 1983. Prior to that appointment he was Fire Chief of Harrison burg, Va., from March, i978 to July, 1983, and servtf in various positions with the Richmond, Va., Fire Depart. Task Force To ress 29th Street Problems RAYFORD ALLEN ... CAT Force Chairman The City of Tampa Com munity Awareness Task Force will meet at the First Baptist Church of College Hill on Tuesday, July 16 at '7:30p.m. 'ill; respQnse to several concerns members of the church and community have idenHfied. REV. YOUNG GLOVER ... Pastor The public is invited to the meeting, which will be hosted by the task force's pOlice/community relations committee. Rayford Allen is CAT Foree chairman and AI Davis is committee chairman. Several city officials will be ment from March, 1968 to March, 1978 He earned a bachelor of science degree in management at Virginia Commonwealth University in 1974, and has been doing graduate work in public administration at Johns Hopkins University. He is cur rently a command sergeant major in the l} .S. Anny Reserve at Fort Belvoir, Va., and has total service time of 20 In an effort to provide a greater turnover of spaces used for loading and unloading in the downtown area, a new innovative "freetime" meter is being in stiuled in those As the name implies, the "freetime" meters will work without the use of coins. Operators of vehicles who have a legitimate need to use these parking zones will orily Mayor In Bradley Sworn In Style The three-day extravaganza of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Brad'ley's fourth-term. inauguratjon fuels speculation that he's sure to run for governor again. Bradley, 67, will be sworn in Monday OQ the City Hall steps. present to answer citizens' questions. Among the con cerns outlined by First Baptist Church Pastor Rev. Young Glover and other concerned citizens are: police/communi ty relations, safety of residents in the vicinity of 29th Street, sidewalks, overgrown vacant lots, burglaries, loitering; scat tered trash and illegal drug ac tivity. For further information, call the City of Tampa Office of Cominuriity Relations at 223..:8241. But that's not all. The normally low-key Bradley is pulling out all stops this time. He'll be feted Saturday at a $250-a-plate fund-raiser, the first-ever black-tie inaugural ball for a Los Angeles mayor. On inaugural day, he'll cross the city, from a coffee klatsch on the Van Nuys mall to a San Pedro reception, and wind up at an invitation-only ethnic food party in front of City Hall. Democrat Bradley, bidding to become the nation's first elected black governor, lost to Republican Gov. George Deukmejian by 112,000 votes in 1982, and has stayed poised for a rematch. Bradley's campaign war chest is about $400,000, and he has activated a political ac tion committee "to further the have to turn the handle to register the maximum amount of free time. Load/unload zones will have a maximum of 15 minutes "freetime," and fr eight zones will have one hour. 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Bill To Bonding A bill doing away with the bonding requirement on con struction jobs of $100,000 or less recently was signed into law by the governor. The new law removes another barrier faced by small business per sons seeking to contract with the State, according to Representative James T. Hargrett (D-Tampa), who sponsored the measure along with Rep. Jefferson Reaves (D-Miami) during the recently concluded 1985 Legislative session. Away With Into Law M ovE Member Calls Judge 'Liar' At Hearing Blacks Boo GOP Chairman DALLAS GOP National Chairman Frank Fahrenkopf was booed lustily last Wednes day as he addressed NAACP convention delegates REP. JIM HARGRETT The Tampa lawmaker says the key provision of House Bill 585, which mandate s the State to eliminate the need for normal practice for contrac-contractors to obtain bonding to_rs includ_e the_bonding when contracting with the withm the_ bid IS State for jobs amounting to __ the pote ntial for a .Sigmf icant $100,000 or less, would prof?r the government as vide financial savings to the well, said Hargrett. business person. PHILADELPHIA One of two survivors of the MOVE fire, calling a judge a liar and evading his questions, on Monday won the right to de fend herself on charges stem. ming from the fire that killed 11 MOVE .members and destroyed a neighborhood Municipal Judge Thomas Dempsey warned Ramona Africa, a MOVE member, that the 28 counts she faced were ''tremendous and serious," and asked if she understood she would be giv ing up her right to an "I am not up anything," she said. "I understnd the charges. But I also understand that (Mayor) Wilson Goode wasn't charged with murder, and he murdered i nnocent babies by dropping a bomb." Counties, cities and local public bodies also are permit ted by the measure to waive the bonding requirement up to $200,000. To Place, Correct The exchange came during a 0 preliminary hearing on r whether Africa s hould face Cancel Classified trial on charges including ag"Considering that it is the Ads Call 192 f.. gravated assault, recklessly en,. dangering others, conspiracy, Now's your chance to take advantage of excellent real estate values offered by HUD. Important Information must obtain their own finan cing .for all sales. Please contact a realtor of your choice to see or bid on any of the properties listed. PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE FOR CASH WITHOUT WARRANTY IN THEIR AS-IS CONDITION AND ARE NOT-ELIGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS. HiJi5 will pay a portion of the closing costs if requested in offer to purchase These properties may contain code violations. 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Despite minor microphone problems during their opening number, the popular musical ARNOLD SCHWARZfN[(J(it:K group Kool and The Gang were able to bounce back and deliver an exciting concert at DINO DE LNJRENTIIS "'""" A RICHARD FLEISCHER ,,,. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER '""" BRIGIITE SANMHL BERJMAN PAUL SMITH RONALD LACEY "RED ENNIO MORRICONE E HOWARD ";;CUVE EXTON u GEORGE MACDONALD FRASER OPENS JULY 3rd AT A THEATRE NEAR YOU I Stage In Clearwater Rut!J. Eckerd Hall on Tuesday night. The open.ing act' was reminiscent of the opening t for The Jackson's Victory BY PATrY ALLEN Staff Writer Tour, except there was only one character a Star Wars Space Man -..:_whose red suit glowed in the dark as he in troduced the group. George Brown, James Taylor, Cl)arles Smith, Robert Bell, Robert Mickens, Dennis Thomas, Oifford Adams, Michael Ray, and Curtis Williams appeared among flashing "spaceship" lights and billowing smoke. Kool and The Gang hit the stage at 7:15p.m. (the first of two shows for the evening) singing "Tonight, This Is The Night", and moving to the beat with very choreographed and fancy dance steps. It was a fast paced hour and 30 minute show. The nine member group sang many of their famous hits : "Get Down On It", "You Can Have It (If You Want It)", "Ladies Night", "Hollywood Is Sw inging'', ''Celebration'', and "Joanna. The fancy, and sometimes wild, dancing con tinued throughout each number. Kool and The Gang's rendi-*Sentinel's Top 10 Albums 1. Whitney Houston ...... Whitney Houston 2. Soundtrack ........................ Beverly Hills Cop 3. Around The World In A Day ............ Prince 4. Jesse Johnson's Reveu ........ Jesse Johnson s. The Night I Fell In Love .... Luther Vandross 6. Dream Of A Lifetime .... ; ... Marvin Gaye 7 Emergency ........................ Kool & The Gang Diamond Life ............ Sade 9. Suddenly ....................... ; ....... Biliy Ocean 10. Can't Stop The Love ........... Maze tion of the popular hit song sung by U.S.A. For Africa, "We Are The World ... brought the packed audience to its feet. That was followed by a soothing and jazzy tune, "Stand Up and Say I Love You." While the audience was still on their feet, the group ven tured into the sounds of the Tiajuana Brass as an introduc tion to one of their dance floor favorit(\ "R.egga Dancing.'' That as followed with "Mislead', which Taylor sang while being tempted with a forbidden apple three ::!! masked devils. Kool and The = Gang concluded with latest release, "Fresh". f = And just like they entered g. on stage, Kool and The Gang exited among billowing smoke, and stepping to a pre5. recorded tune which told the ;" fans how much the group apg. predates them. "'C The group is now well c known in Britain, and in S:: Ameri<;a their popularity ;. crosses the age barrier. a Everyone, from grade school t!l!j children to young adults, seem < to have enjoyed the uplifting .$ music performed by this energetic group. c BLACK FLORIDIAN COMMUNICATIONS, INC. Presents JERRY BUTLER And The 1985 Miss Black Florida Pageant State Finals And TV Show Taping Saturday, July 20th BUSCH GARDENS 7;00 P.M. Stanleyville Theater SWIMSUITTALENTPROJECTION -Competitions -Featuring ... Break Away Sand vlvance Syncopated fashions Tallahassee Modeling Troupe Gayle Andrews, Director $ J 0.00 Gen. Admission $ J 2.00 Reserved NO TICKETS SOLD AT BUSCH GARDENS for Reservations, Safes And Ticket Locations Call: Tampa 25 J -3452 SPONSORED BY ANHEUSER-BUSCH COMAI\NI


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