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Chief Eas es Fear Of Robles (SEE STORY ON PAGE 22) All The FLORIDA-entinelr: News 35 Fit To Print AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY ......... 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Published Every Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 67 TAMP A, FLORIDA TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS 3 .. Combine Expertise To Open Law Firm (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) National B-aptist Head nies OUi. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 2) WEST TAMPA BAPTIST CHURCH BURNS MORTGAGE "We Han Come This Far By Faith" was the theme for the Mortgage Burning Service July 14, at the First Baptist Church of West Tampa. The 1,000 member church is located at 1302 North Willow Avenue. The Rev. M. C. Johnson, center, has been the pastor since 1960. Earl Haugabook, lt>ft, chairman, and S.C. Williams, right, assisted the pastor in the mortgage burn ing ceremony. I ,.. MISS MANATEE WINS STATE TITLE Cassandra Black of Manatee County won the Miss Black Florida title in a pageant at Busch Gardens Saturday even ing. She will receive a.$2,000 scholarship, and $1,000 in Sav ings Bonds. Cynthia Moore of Orlando was first runner-up; Wanda Moody, Jacksonville, second runner-up; Crystal Williams, Duval County, third; Jennifer Williams, St. Petersburg, fourth; and Carol Wood, Tallahassee, fifth.


,a, i I Comedian Act To Takes His .,, BY GWEN HAYES -5 Sentinel-Managing Editor -i f We've all heard .that good things come to those who wait. However, while waiting, must be preparing him/herseTf for that move towards the good things, in tills instance, success. Arthur "The Comic" Hopson, a comedian, has been doing just that by performing in local nightspots. Hopson was recently of fered the opportunity to perform at the Punchline, a ARTHUR HOPSON nightclub in Atlanta. He "The Comic" should be leaving Tampa by Hopson recently visited a late September. string of nightclubs along the Through his performances Florida-Georgia line and says in Atlanta, Hopson will be he was well received. He WjlS waiting for even better things, also on Tampa Cable's Coib hopefully an opportunity to munity Access Channel 12 on perform in New York, and Tampa Bay Showcase. eventually be able to take his inspired him to work from state to state. a>wards comedy acts for The young man has received television. A ago, a great deal of exposure before be: auditioned for Star Search, his hometown folks. However., and fund is working on a' r;aiser at, }?drest Heights Com live performance for the munity Center. munity with other local enter-A few weeks ago, Hopson tainer.s before he leaves. had the opportunity to team homes. He presently performs with Siribad, another come at Giggles on Monday nights dian who had his start in Tam and at the Comedy Club Tues-pa and has now moved on to day through Saturday with better things. Sinbad and Lenny Schultz. Other places Hopson worked together at that have given him exposure Giggles. "He has been an inare Grace's Place and the spiration to me," Hopson said He has been emcee for of the former serviceman. several talent shows at the Hopson's comedy is geared Alien, summer dances and to the adult community, shows at recreational parks. however, he is toning it so that has also performed at wedit. will be popular for all receptions. members of the Impacts Fashion Opening Store THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN WANTS YOU TO SELECT THE 10 Best Dressed Yes, we're looking to you to select Tampa's lO Best Dressed men and worrien. All you have to do is to nominate one or more candidates and vote for them. The candidates with the highest number of yates will be named in a special Fashion Extravag'ahza edition on Friday, August 23rd & 27-tli.:. PRIZJS and GIFTS sponsored by FLORIDA SENTINEL Rules and Regulations t' ,. I. Selections of the Top 10 Best Dressed will be made on the ba sis of total number of votes received. The top ten vote getters in each category men and women, will be named Top Ten Best Dressed 2 and /or ':flembers of their families or anyone else directly associated With the Flonda Sentmel-Bulletin are not eligible to participate in the contest. 3. No duplication or facsimile of VOTE COUPON will be ac-announced at the 'n'"'"onr Fqshion Show; August 17, and will be featured in a special Fashion Extravaganza issue which will be published on Friday, August 23, and Tuesday, August 27. So there's no time to waste. If someone JtvU know is considered a flashy dresser, en ter their names now. Nominations will end Ju/v 31. ;--VOTEC-OUPON ___ i 1TOP TEN BEST DRESSED I II cast my vote for: .MALE 0 FEMALE 0 : -I AGE I I I Chp and mall to : Top 10 Best Dressed', c/o Fla. Sentinel, 1 _I v;:72.1!!_ 33605. 1 FEMALE List LaqlJjdates MALE ---------.: ........ ....... Grace.Sherman Johnnye M Williams Bob Morrison Michael Willingham Atty. Arthenia Joyner ( Atty. Belinda Noah Andrew Tarver Herbert Bassett Dillion Cynthia Ball Robert Nicholson Charles Lmsa Puerto Kim Sanders Michael Burt George Davis Ambria Johnson Renaye Gooding Atty. Warren Dawson Bennie Pollard Lashawn Cail Gwendolyn Miller Bobby Bowden Stan Montgomery Vanessa Brown Betty Baker Tony Collins Robert Jones Ursel Staten Sharon Tolliver Larry Walker Philip Austin Delina Batson Debbie Johnson Danny Vickers John Wesley Jones Carol Aldridge Lillian Thomas Michael Hood Lesley J. Miller Sheree Cunningham Mary Fleming Eric Lee Curtis Reed Florence James Lexie Campbell P. Rhonne Sanderson Frank Reddick Beatrice Leggett Martha Webb Kenneth Lofton Jerod Hicks Melissa Jones Mercedes D. Smith Rodney Thomas B. Rick Tims Patricia Cliatt Be certain to get your nominations In on or before July :n. Weekly will appear.


Law School Forces As Classmates Join Law Partners C. Blythe Andrews Homes Residents New Homes BY PATTY t\LLEN Sentinel Staff Writer One word which describes the law firm of Morrison, Gilmore and Clark, P .A. located in Ybor City -is uni que. According to 32-year-old Atty Ricardo L. Gilmore, a native of Sanford; "For two years we compiled a business plan by researching other minority firms and firms in general. We looked at the business population and the minority population to get an idea of where our clients would come from, and where best to locate because we need ed to try and bridge the two separate classification of which we seek to serve." He furt her explained,' "We wanted to be accessible to both the business and minority community. Ybor City is a good medium ground, we have been able to attract clients to Are Fearful In Their The new C. Blythe Andrews Homes were dedicated in late February. Shortly thereafter, BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor residents began moving into residents are fearful is because what was for many the first of the easy access through the riew residence they had lived windows. One resident showed in. Located at 22nd Street and this reporter how it is to Osborne Ave., the quiet lift the windows out and enter neighborhood has been stalkwithout making any noise. ed at night by what many call a The screens have locks, but burglar and others call a .that would be no problem for rapist. a burglar. "The policeman Residents complained to the even showed me how easy it is Sentinel and say they have to remove these windows/' voiced their concerns with ofanother resident said who had this location." ficials of the Tampa Housing had an attempt on her Each partner specializes in a Authority regarding the fear residence. different area of law. Atty. of their safety. The resident who moved Bob Morrison-a 31-year-old One resident who voiced over the weekend had purchas Tampa native has general concern with this office last ed an air conditioner so that law experience in matters conweek' hils since moved from her windows could stay locked cerning zoning, land use ; real the c-omplex. Another moved and boarded at all times after estate development, general after several breakins and the burglar broke in on her contract law, and is certified others are now concerned. two teenage daughters who by the Nati<>nal Football One resident, the mother of had H1llen asleep while wat League Association as a confour daughters, said she spent ching television downstairs. tract advisor. about two weeks staying up all The burglar fled without takAtty. Morrison who curnight after someone attempted ing anything when one of the rently serves as the Mayor's to break in on her. She has girls awoke and screamed. Executive Assistant, plans to made preparations to have One resident also reported complete his term in city burglar bars installed so that that the throat of a woman government. she will not be fearful at night. had been slashed during a "As long as I'm able to "My life is worth the $150 that breakin, but she could not focus my practice in the evenit will cost to have the bars put .. confirm that. Another ings or on the weekends, I will up," she said. reported that the residence of continue to be responsible to This resident says that since another neighbor had been the mayor and the City of the attempt on her residence, entered and the woman's Tampa for another year," he she and her daughters have purse containing a large sum stated. slept in one bedroom with a of money was taken. The Gilmore's experience chair behind the door and a purse was left at the National is in general law and personal fan in the room so they can Beauty School. injury cases. "I have qualified keep cool. The home of one resident for a designation with the One of the reasons the '\. was enter four times within six Florida Bar, which allows me 'weeks. Reports are that to be listed as having a burglar bars were installed in business and corporations this particular residence. with and C. Hil ls reputation within the city. They stated that his contacts "gave them a base to build from." Construction And Real Estate We Have Many Different Floor Plans To Choose From, With Interest Rates Starting As Low As 9.50%. We Have An Ample Supply Of Single Family Homesites In Excellent Areas. For More Info Call: 621-202 1 EMPIRE PAINTS Moved To 3602 7th Ave. GEORGE CLAI{K, III wrongful death practice as specialties," he explained. For seven years, he was an Assistant In-House Counsel at Harris Corporation in Atty. George Clark, III, a 33-year-old native of All three lawyers are either members of their Bar Associations, community groups, or fraternities. Together, they thanked the community and their families for allowing this opportunity to become a reality. "We're pleased that after obtaining experience elsewhere, we are able to come together to share those talents and training with the com munity," Atty. Morrison ex claimed. Atty. Clark added, "We hope that the law firm will always be a place wher'e our clients can rest assured of receiving the type of justice which they feel they are due.: Many of the residents are terested in getting burglar bars installed by the Tampa Housw ing Authority, owner of the homes However, one resident says they have been told that there is no money for this as repairs are being done to many of the apartment complexes. "We can understand that too, but if one resident get the all of us should get them, especially with these windows being the way they are Plans have also been discussed about setting up a Crime Watch program, but residents fear that if the per son only strikes at night, the Crime Watch program will be useless. Ben Flores, Deputy Ex ecutive Director of the Tampa Housing Authority, said representatives of the developers of C. Blythe An drews Homes and the architect will meet at the complex today (Tuesday) to check the win dows and make amends with reinforcements with locking devices for the windows, "and in the future when there is enough money, maybe we can install burglar bars," he said. Flores said the authority is aware of the concerns of the residents and has been work ing to take care of the pro blems. 248-1921 $$Fast Money Blessings$$ I Will Send You A Red Hot Straight Money Blessing. I Will Tell You What Day. Donation $10.00 Send Cash Or Money Order Only. REV. 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They Really Must Be Kidding Can anybody in her /his right mind really beiieve that the Russians those people who brought us the Hungarian Revolution, the suppression of Afghanistan, the shooting down of a Korean civilian plane, the outlawing of religious freedom, and countless other horrors of modern life have label ed rock star Prince, "the king of repulsion?" The Rusian newspaper, Soviet Culture, accused Prince "praising the nuclear holocaust'' in his niusic and said that his song "Purple Rain" refers to nuclear war. Talk about misinterpretation! And what is trilly repulsive? The outlandish rock of Prince; or the Soviet invasion of Hungary? What is definitely pornographic Prince's sexual gyra tions on stage or the imprisonment of Soviet political prisoners in Siberia? Who is really pra!sing the nuclear holocaust Prince with his sometimes sexually suggestive lyrics or the Russian leaders with their refusal to effective' ly and efficiently talk about and reduce nuclear Prince forces no one to purchase his records, come to his concerts or see his movie/videos. Ask L. Walensa and members of Poland's outlawed Solidarity movement whether or not the Soviets have forced changes in their lives. Prince has never suppressed the freedom of a na tion of people. Can the Russians say the same? It is always easier to label the overt things of life, for example, music performers and other artists, as symbols of something evil or threatening to society. It is more difficult to realize t.hat many of the covert things of life, such as secretly supplying arms to ter rorists, are the real repulsions of life. T9 recogpize one only takes the ability to see, while to pinpoint theother takes the facility to perceive. So in the final analysis, who is really repulsive Prince or the Russian political leaders? We think the latter. Jesse Jackson M-ap Future Backers Efforts t BY RUDOLPH HARRIS Black-Economics: Affirmative Economics For The Disadvantaged (Part One) "A political voting system is not the same and is noi as ef fective as "dollar votes" in an Economic Voting System. Politically, we go to the polls to cast a ballot every two to four years on a given day. In the Economic Voting system, dollar votes are cast each day, especially each weekend when wages or income is received. A "Persona/Inference'' Constructed from the Works of: Roger Leroy Miller Professor of Economics, Univ. of Miami The conclusion must be drawn that just as Black peo ple have become more enlightened by looking at their history outside and within the traditional rendition of "Ainerican History" per se, there is a concept of "BlackEconomics"which serves the same critical purpose. There are concepts of "Economics" which escape us in the tradi tjonal study of the subject in public schools, and on the col lege level. Such an injustice in education must be corrected. American Capitalism, just as -American political. democracy, must -evolve to a state of racial credibility if it is to emerge fitting as a system all Americans, including Black Americans, can take pride in. Just as slavery, as a system, was eliminated giving rise to the 14th and 15th Amend ments, and numerous pieces of civil rights legislation over the last 120. years, to make. .. -:, William Raspberry .. -l ______ ..._ _..._ I -S. Africa Not Under rican Pressure To Change Ways WASHINGTON Senateuu S. influence on the pace passed sanctions against the and direction of change" in government of South Africa that white-ruled country." not increase U.S. in-The threat of sanctions fluence on the pace and direclike the threat of blackmail -tion of change ... and will reinhas alway moved South Africa force those elements most op-in the direction of at least posed to that change." cosmetic change The ruling That is the_ official White minority there needs the ac-House reaction to last week's ceptance, the goodwill and, 80-to-12 Senate vote on a bill above all, the economic in' calling for economic sanctions vestments of the West, and of against South Africa unless it the United States in particular. begins to modify its policy of Threats to interrupt the flow official racism known as apar-of goodwill and capital have theid. always elicited a positive American democracy more humane, the same must hap pen in our economic system. In the political system, its majority rule. Ir is all or nothing. One individual, one vote. However, in an economic system, it is one one vote with propor tional benefits. One does not have to control 51 percent of the ballots to reap any tional power. Politically, to gain favorable representation in government, the techniques Black leadership recommend are voter registration drives, voter education, and poiitical endorsements again a given day, once every two to four years. However, to lead the masses of Black people to greater economic freedom and dignity, that same leadership must find the courage to use the economic techniques just as efficiently as the political techniques-have been used. The economic techniques of freedom are legal and non violent. They, too, are found in this nation's Bili of Rights in the Constitution. The rigljt to boycott, strike, petition by _withdrawing or utilizing the wise expenditure of income selective buying is just as "American'' as the Star Spangled Banner. It is a miracle that Black Americans have maintained the faith over the years in the "right to vote" when the right to vote has yielded very little in substance. It stands to reason that if we put forth half the ef fort in economic action (direct ,or indirect) as we have put forth in political action, some progressive fruits would long have been forthcoming. (to be It's hard to imagipe a more response. fallacious reading of the bill's But actual imposition of pansion in South Africa and potential. harsh sanctions might well on the import of krugerrands To begin with, it is the ad-have the opposite effect -just to this country. ministration's own "construeas a blackmailer loses his Unlike the House-passed tive engagement" approach leverage once he goes public measure which would impose that has reinforced South with his scandalous informa-the tougher restrictions im-Africa's intransigents, conviction mediately, the Senate version ing them that they were under The Senate bill skirts this puts South Africa in charge of no real American pressure to problem by letting South its own fate. It can increase change their ways. "ConstrueAfrica impose its own sane-economic links with the tive engagement" has watched tions. The legislaton initially United States or sever them, MEMPHIS -Operation of the Chicago-based civil recklessly the death of some would U.S. Bank depending on its own progres s PUSH ended a weeklong con-rights and self-help organiza400 black South Africans in loans to the South African toward ending apartheid. (My vention marked by a celebra-tion are among Jackson's political violence in the past government and exports of preference would hav e been tion of the accomplishments most fervent supporters. But ten months. nuclear technology and com-for a full range of sanctions, -of its founder, the Rev. Jesse some expressed a fear that Mr. But, more to the point, the p uters used to police enforce-up to and including a comple' te Jackson, in his Presidential Jackson's organizational proSenate-passed measure -ment of apartheid. If there is economic ban with South cz:campaign last year, but cloud-blems and a shift to the right perhaps even more than the no substantial progress for 18 Africa itself controlling the g ed by uncertainty about the in the Democratic Party could tougher House-passed version months, then a tougher level ratchet.) ..., future. combine to dissipate much of with which it will have to be of-sanctions automatically The White House insists The several hundred people the momentum he generated reconciled may be almost comes into play, including a that sanctions are. the "wrong .. gathered .. h.ereasm .. em .. bers ... lastyear ..................... p.rec.isely .. the .. waytom .. aximize .... bano1n .. American .. businessex-11 ....

. Congratulations to alum nus, Mrs. Albenia Hardeman, who recently received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Clark College. Mrs. Hardeman, at 83 years old, was among 219 at Clark College's 1985 com mencement exercises; who says it's too late to educate your mind? -------------Blacks were enslaved until as late June 19, 1865. This celebration is better known as 'Juneteenth'," Jet magazine. -[MY South African Blacks Determined To Be Free Already the recent death toll is well over 500, recently, but there is little doubt that Black Africans in the South are determined _to throw off their y oke of white oppression. It will be a blood-bath but four to five million whites will find their days numbered trying to maintain dominance over 20 million Blacks in the natiqn of South Africa. ment. In fact, even if those whites had another 150 years, it would never change. White South Africa is just as nPIPr-1 mined to preserve the quo as Blacks are to gain freedom and human dignity. Actually, the situation as it may develop in South could lead to World War III Suppose, let us say, Lybia becomes involved, that is, serve as a training ground for African guerrilla fighters. Such could prompt South Africa to resJ>ond with air at tacks on that' Middle East na tion. Certainly other nations Last month, June marked "the 120th anniversary of slavery's end. The Emancipa tion Proclamation took effect in 1863, but due to the Civil War and news delays, many Being extremely careful and hoping not to "step on" any toes, fingers, bodies, in telligence and anything else, let us examine a touchy sub ject. Then again, maybe not so touchy. At any rate, let us deal with a problem that touches us all as parents. That is, sexually-explicit overtones and lyrics in today's pop-rock music and videos. Watching "Donahue" one HER morning last week there were a group of individuals who formed themselves ro combat the above dilemma: sex that feeds itself to our youth through music and dance. Two of the above-mentioned group's founders were a senator's wife and particular. ly, the Secretary of Treasurer's wife, Mrs. Baker. While at tempting to deal with the situation, the four panelists, conservatives as they are, and, as they presented themselves, only scratched the surface. They failed to touch the sur face which takes us way back. It takes us back to the first mini-skirt the first halter top, the first act of fornication, not to mention the first nudist camp, and God help us all, the first promiscuous and perAlready, a critical political bridge has been crossed. The masses of South African Blacks are enlighten enough to remove a significant barrier. That barrier is defined in the racial treachery of some of their own people. Blacks who serve as confidants or in formers to the Petoria regime are meeting a deathly fate at the hand of their own people. Just last week, Saturday, in the town of Duduza, east of Johannesburg, a Black woman confidant was stoned to death and her body set afire by mourners at a funeral in tribute to four Blacks' slain by white police. of the Middle East would get involved. The Moslem com munity would eventually close ranks. Moslems would forget their differences. An attack on :;:l Syria would surely involve !Ill Russia. What would Israel do. Commen sense would certainVIEW ly force Israel to join with South Africa's racist regime. The U.S. would be obligated to support Israel. World War III would be upon us. Peace-oriented nations the world must act now toward the situation as it is developing in South Africa. The U.S. must do more than what its present policy allows The Great FAMU-Bethune Mistake Two years ago, Florida missive act in this country A&M University and Bethunerelative to our subject. Who Cookmarr College decided not knows when that was and to play each other in their anwhat that was? While it is painful to see such mass killings as riots and civil unrest brings, the techni ques which are sure to soon follow are not far off. South Africa's Blacks must and will eventually conduct their revolution in a more scientific manner. They must go underground and engage in guerrilla warfare. They must effectively utilize their connec tions with those more versed in such tactics in certain coun tries of the Middle East. Mob like protest where large un protected gatherings con gregate provide too greater targets. They could get a lot of people killed, unnecessarily. it. So-called "constructive engagement" as a policy toward South Africa is not having any meaningful effect. The Reagan nual Central Florida Classic. The point that all of this is Administration's aspum decision was a big leading to is, personally, I feel mistake. What the two schools that drugs and drug addiction, did was just to cancel the biguniting to help themselves, of all kind, including gest sports payday for them. It surely the top two black medicinal, kill and do more was a payday that neither universities in the state should harm than sexually-explicit school could afford to lose. set the example. songs. Please don't get me In addition, the cancellation I dare not say how much wrong, first of all, I am entitl-of the traditional rivalry money will be involved in proed to my own opinion. Second angered friends of both moting the game, but it will be of all, we lose youth through schools. Fortunately, the a good payday for any promodrugs. Thirdly, if those who schools realized the mistake tional firm and especially a have formed themselves to and decided to do something black one that find big combat these songs really about it. The decision was paydays hard to come by. wanted to help, they would made to resume the game durI would bet money that the reorganize themselves and ing the Thanksgiving Holiday University of Florida and 'fight the drug war. Fo\}rth, break in Tampa. Florida State University would and not the least, sexually-That was smart. The game not go out and hire a black explicit songs and videos can will surely be a big draw. firm to promote its game be censored by both the music Thousands of people were anywhere. Why should A&M and video industry I don't Time is not on the side of the white minority governsolution is not breaking the fever in South Africa. Stronger pressure must be ap plied by America if Africa is to make progress in resolving its dilemma Freedom will come to South African Blacks by way of constructive world wide concern, or by way of a blood-bath which could the whole world. Letter To The Editor Minister Hopes Article About His Career Will Help Young People delighted when FAMU's presi -and Cookman be any dif -dent, Dr. Fredrick Hum-ferent? How can we expect stadium that was big enough TAMPA a note of ing. h d c k h't A d b and ni ce enough to house the "Thanks" to express my great It is important for our p nes, an oo man s top w I e menca to o usmess brass, Dr. Oswald Bronson, with us when we won't do game, then I would advocate satisfaction for considering young people to have role got together with the Tampa business with ourselves? that the game be played at that my career achievement impormodels, and because your S A h blac k-owned stadi' um The tant enough to be headlined paper informs us of the acports ut onty to make the It was a big mistake for game official. A&M and Cookman to cancel two schools may have in mind recently in your newspape!l. complishment of others, you What irks me about the their annual football game. It hiring a non-black firm to pro_ The response and attention my are performing an important d h d h mote the game In hopes of getfamily and I received was service to our community. ecision IS t at a white firm was a ecision to resume t e was hired to promote the game, but it was a great ting more whites to the game. overwhelming and encouragMore so, Ms. Patty Allen is game. Ordinarily, there would mistake for the two schools That's smart too, but let s have all the answers, but in endfed for jour-be nothing wrong with that. not to do business with those it not lose those 45,000 black our society, sex sells because na lsbc gl t 0 capturmg the B h d d folks w ho are going to be your message that I wished to conut t ese are not ordmary trams, e ucates an prepares WE sell it. Our promiscuous f 11 b h t W I d d k 1 primary customers at the nd vey to my e ow rot ers and Imes. e are constant y a to go out an rna e a tvmg. game. I don't care what you a permissive society has led sisters that God will vising blacks to get involved in Aren't you being a bit pre-us to where we are today. Ask h d business. We constantly re. judiced in your opinion, you do short of putting Dan Vanessa Williams. strengt en your etermmation d bl k h k? H II h b Mari'no and Joe Montana at to confront obstacles and help mm ac s to support ot er as e yea I m emg preA recent story in the local f If' II d blacks, who are in business. judiced, if that's what you quarterback, you will not get a daily would have us believe you to u 1 your reams. W h th d I all Bl k h ld large turnout of whi'tes In Trust in Him; put Him first in It at m mm am sure want to c It. ac s s ou that our community is a drug l'f h Fl 'd A&M U bl k b Tampa Stadi'um h your 1 e. t at on a mverstty support ac s m usmess any aven and heaven. The botand Bethune-Cookman Col time the opportunity presents You can ask professional tom line is if we don't want Again, Thank you and keep lege could have found a black itself. Whites, Latins, sports and they will tell you our youth viewing and/or up the good work!! "' firm that has the experience Chinese, and other races of that white sports fans are not listening to sexually-explicit REV LARRY CRUMBLEY > necessary to promote the people support their own. particular about paying money videos, let's attack the whole & FAMILY game. If we are going to adWhy shouldn't we? to see two all-black teams play problem and not part of it. (Greater Bay Area Telephone .., vocate the -of blacks If blacks owned a football (Continued On Page 11) Peace Be Unto You. Company) ......................................................................................


....... .. .. ............................ IT'S YOU ROSE CRUTCHFIELD VISITS NEWARK Mrs. Gwen Tucker is home again after her aunt, Genevieve Dunn, a former Tampan, who had just underwent surgery. Gwen was accompanied by a cousin, Mrs. Annie Joe Brown of St. Petersburg. Mrs. Brown was the house guest of Mrs. Corrine Hopkins, her sister-in-law, who ls the grandmother of Mike Charles of the Miami Dolphins. Mike was home at the time, too. Mrs. Carrie Charles and daughter, Cecelia, Mike's mother and sister, were on hand to take the visitors wherever they wanted to go. They were also taken to New York by Mr. Pete Hudley, former Tampan, to do some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Jefferson of New York came over to visit Mrs. Tucker and brought their three grandchildren that Gwen had not seen. Mrs. Tucker had a chance to speak to former Tampans George "Turk" Gomez, Johnny Gibbons, and Vivian Harris. She attended church at First Mount Zion Baptist where the Reverend F. P. Rogers is the pastor. Mrs. Tucker left_her aunt doing fine. Mike took a flight out just ahead of Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Tucker for Miami. They got a chance to see and speak to Dionne Warwick who was on the same flight to Tampa. FORMER TAMPAN DIES IN D.C. Funeral services for Henry T. Washington were held July 16, in Washington, D.C. He was a mortician. The former Tampan was the son of Mrs. Claudia Henderson, 3916 E. Curtis Street. HENRY T. WASHINGTON RETIREMENT RECEPTION Plans have been announced for a formal reception to honor the retirement of Asst. School Supt. Paul R. Wharton, who is retiring July 31st serving as an educator over a span of 50 years. The reception will be held at Plant High School in Tampa, from 3 to 5 p.m., Sunday, July 28th. Friends, former students and colleagues of Mr. Wharton are invited to attend the reception. Mr. Wharton's career as a teacher began in his native Ken tucky' where he taught grades 1-8 in a one-room country school in 1934, a year after graduating from high school. While teaching in elementary schools, he attended college, earning his AB degree in education at Western Kentucky State Teachers College in 1940. Following service in the U.S. Army, he came to Tampa in 1947 to become a teacher of veterans at the school system's Brewster Vocation School. He taught there for four years, then was principal there for eight years. Mr. Wharton was principal for two years at the new Robin son High School, then became Principal at Plant High, a posi tion he left in February, 1967 when he was appointed Assistant Supt. for Administration, in the Hillsborough County public school system headquarters. COMMUNITY PICNICS There will be a Community Picnic Friday, July 26, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Rey Park Community Center in West Tampa. Audrey Collins, the Center Leader, says it will be an afternoon of fun, food and fellowship. A donation is being asked to help offset the cost of food, or y _ou may to bring a covered 11) You Are Invited .... TO FANTASIZE WITH THE OINT$ "IN THE SURF AND SAND" FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 26, AT 10 P.M. AT THE MIDNIGHT EXPREsS (FORMERLY "THE ALIEN") Tampa Park Plaza 1 Attire: Cruise-Play-Casual DONATION: $6.00 ij B.Y .O.B.-SNACKS-DISCO --------For Fashion Show Brenda Porter was among those at the Airport Hilton for a recent fashion show. "For Your Eyes Only" was presented by Candy-N Company. IMMOKALEE MRS. MARY TOWNSEND ,Reporter -. Sunday School began at the usual time at all churches, with superintendents at their posts. The lesson was taught by teachers and reviewed by the pastor. Service began at 11 o'clock with the officers in charge. Evening services began at 5 o'clock with officers in charge. The No. l Choir and No. 1 Ushers served at both services. Those that are sick are: Rev. wade, Sis. Mary Holiday and Sis. Mary Townsend. All weekly meetings remain the same. Please pray for the sick and shut-in. The pastor of First Baptist Church is Rev. Bass. Sis Mary Townsend is the reporter. 248-1921 r NOTI<% ot INTENTION TO REGISTER ncrmous TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY G.VEN tllat uadeniPed, Heln J. Loaa, tateads to ftllster tile fictitious tradt aame, Tile Palms Family Restaunat, wltll lhe Clerk of tile Omdt of Hillsborouab cbuaty, Florida, Punuaat to Sectloa 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: tbat the under signed iiateads to. eagqe Ia tbe business of Selliag Food, at 1812 No. llad St. Tampa, florida. Dated this 17th day of June 1985 Helea J. Long J.D. Long Sole Owners WISHING YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDAY;::;; celebrated her 7th birthday Ju ly 22, and ha:d her party at Tampa Skating Rink and then went to Carvel's for an ice. cream party. She concluded her day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester (Shirley) Monroe for swimming. Rondolyn is the daughter Gwen Mitchell. Her grand parents are the late Rev. L. S. McCree and Mrs. Nettye Mc Cree, and godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Mary) May. She is in second grade at RONDOLYN MITCHELL Palm River Christian School. Her pobbies are playing piano, Rondolyn Lecher Mitchell singing and swimming. ------. Belated birthday greetings are sent out to Beverly M. Dawkins, who celebrated her 21st brithday yesterday, July 22nd. Beverly is the daughter of Betty and Johnny Dawkins, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Mattie! Williams and Adell and Eli Dawkins. She's a member of Peace Baptist Church, where she sings with the No. 3 Choir; The HCC sophomore celebrated her day with her sister, Debra, family and friends. LET'S CRUISE And DINE Aboard The SPIRIT Of TAMP A July 27, 1985 (Saturday Evenin2) 135 Ashley Street Downtown Tampa Boardine Time: 7:30P.M. DONA.TION:.$20 (Cqll 248-8835 For Tlclcet Sponsored by: The Richard A. Chappelle Club Rev. Beverly H. Lane, President REV. CHAPPELLE Unlimited Gospel Expressions Presents ... Youth Retreat Jamboree '"85" ''Stirring Up The Gift That Is Within You'' July 30 Thru August 4 New Philadelphia Baptist Church 1002 Buffalo Avenue Tampa, FL Workshop Classes 6:00P.M. Registration $5 In Concert Saturday, August 3, At 7:30P.M. FRANCINE JONES Plant City, FL SUNSET GOSPEL SINGERS Belle Glade, FL YOUTH RETREAT MASS CHOIR In Concert Sunday, August 4, At 3:30P.M. JUDY PETERSON Vero Beach, FL FOR MORE INFORMATION 972-3409 239-9690 884-8468 248-2790


FLORIDA SEMINARY ADMINISTRATORS AND FACULTY AT BACCALAUREATE SERVICE 0 > -< The administrators and faculty of Florida Seminary, Inc., 214 West Fifth Reeves, Registrar; wniie M. Adams, Ernestine Wiliams; aild back row, Frank Street, Lakeland, were at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church for the Class of G. Jackson, Alex Harper, Joel Atkins, Willie J. Glover, Brag L. Turner, Lewis :;2 1985 Baccalaureate Service. On the front row, left to right, James B. Adams, Lampley and Carr. .. -. .. Phone-Your News 248-1921 f UP TO 1 ANNUAL COMMUNITY PICNIC e. 25" DISCOUNT Summer fashions With i By The City of Tampa Recreation Department JULY 26, FROM 3:00 7:00P.M. ATREYPARK This Gives Us An Afternoon Of Fun Food And Fellowship. We Are Asking A Donation To Help Offset The Cost Of Food, Or You May Want To Bring A Collt!red Dish. "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 450J Nebraska 238J4 Call: 251-3401 Aud,..y Collins, Leoder, Rey Park Community Center THE MIGHTY TRUMPETS OF JOY ...... Special Guests The Bright Stars Of Flint, Michigan The Angels Of Joy Orlando The Singing Kings Sanford The Mighty Trumpets Of Joy Celebrate 24th Anniversary Sun., July 28, Promptly at 2:30P.M. (Doors Open ('-t 2 P .M.) At NEW PHILADELPHIA M. 8. CHURCH 1002 f. Buffalo Avenue Rev. James Marion, Pastor Donation $5 Panache' c:: Saturday, July 27, 1985 g; I'll at the MacDIII Air force Base NCO Club [ Hot Hors d'oeuvres from 7 P.M.-9 P.M. Fashion Show & Entertainment of 9 P. M._ ..... Recording Artist Archie Bell, 8ondlts Ch .. rleoders Irma CoH .. & Sean Brown Ladles Fashions Sewn By Morquetto McNair Beauty Consultant Tommie Christian Donation: $11 Ticket Outlets: MacDill AFB NCO Club, Gussini (formerly Shoe Tree), 8875 N. Florida Ave Northgate Shopping Ctr.; Jiko Saba Barbeque, 4917 S 78th Street, Progress Village; or call972. PRAISE ENSEMBLE ''Annual Rededication'' ''The l\1ission Possible'' Saturday, July27, 1985 7:30P.M. Special Guests: Joe Johnson & Witness Palmetto and General Uprising Tallahassee In Concert Sunday, July 28, At 7:30P.M. THE PRAISE ENSEMBLE St. John M. B. Church 3401 34th Street & 25th Avenue FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 239-9690 or 972-3409 ; >' = Q. I -' f 1:1"


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.............................. . .......................................... WILSON FAMILY REUNION CELEBRATED ON SIX-DAY CRUISE The Wilson family and friends recently enjoyed a six-day, five-night cruise on The Amerikanis Ship to Key West Florida, Cancun and Cozumel, Mexico. They departed from the home of Mrs. Ida Mae Wilson (mother), 3203-33rd Ave., by way of a chartered bus, enjoying themselves fully with lots of eats, goodies, and fun. Upon their arrival at Miami, they were promptly cleared by custom authorities and were welcomed aboard the cruise ship. Front row, left to right are: Gloria W. Davis, Julius Darren Davis, Parris Kevin Wilson, Delena and Dessiree Ennis, Cedric Ragins, and Kenya Cummings; second row, left to right, Dan Harrelson, bus driver for All Destinations Chartered Coach, Alease Evans of Metarie, LA, Victoria K Davis, New Orleans, LA, Margaret and Bobby Webb, Sr. of Wilson, NC, Gladys Cousin, Parris E. Wilson, Patricia Ramroop, Victoria Brown, Ida Mae Wilson (mother), Bettye Ennis, Hope Wilson, Deshowntae Whitehead, Florence and Thomas Gordon, Beatrice Astwood of ABD Wide World Travel Agency, Ar thur L. Wilson, of Newark NJ, Judith Wilcox of Montclair, NJ, Nellie Jackson, Betty Gray and Delores Ragins. COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 64 I 4 North 30th Street (Corner of 30th and Diana) MARRIAGE A ucENsEs =.=rt_ A/"'i .. llwrtllll .. ( ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP DAY OBSERVANCE Wille Ece Weeks, 39, Tam. ______:_____ pa, and Flawillie Anderson, THE ORCHID CLUB, INC. --. 33, Tampa. AI h h h r:ll 0 > = ; !!. fll =fD Q, t'!j < fD Q Sunday, July 28, 1985 Theme: "Workers Together With God" 11 A.M. Worship Service J. D. Jefferson of Jacksonville, Florida Morning Speaker 7:30P.M.Worship And Praise In Music The Mass Choir of College Hill COGIC Rudene lgles, 2 1 Tampa, t oug t e June meeting of the Orchid Club Inc. was the and Eureka Maria Jones, 16, final meeting before their summer break, various committees Tampa. appointed during this meeting, hosted by Orchid Mildred ; Leroy Wilson, 36 Tampa, Siplin, will be meeting throughout the summer in order to have and Deborah Maxine George; their reports ready by the time the Organization reconvenes in September. Tampa. B Come And Worship With Us On This Great Occasion Bishop W. E. Davis, Pastor Elder Charles Davis, Assistant Pastor Deacon Randolph Johnson, State Minister Of Music ATTENTION Individuals Civic and Fraternal Groups Churches And others .... The Tampa Urban League, Inc is applications for Its volunteer recognition awards to be presenfed.at the 198.5 fQUAI. OPPORTUNITY DINNER, Friday, August 16, at the Holiday Inn -Airport, ot 8 P :M. Categories for Awards WHITNEY M. YOUNG MEMORIAL AWARD-For outstanding con tribution to equol opportunity and distinctive volunteer service that Is commenmorotlve of the life of the late Whitney M Young: Jr. 1 ,': AWARD FOR SCHOLARLY DISTINCTION For extraordinary ocodemlc accomplishment on the port of o Block person(s). A WARDS FOR STIMULATING THf DfVfLOPMfNT OF BLACK TALfNT For .outstanding activities and services aimed at developing Block people's creativity and Intellect. GfORGf f. fDGfCOM8 MEMORIAL AWARD-Foro person who dl5tlngulshed himself both professionally 011d as o civic volunteer at on early age. Nominees should be under 40 years of age. MERITORIOUS VOLUNTffR SfRVICI AWARD-Foro person whose volunteer service to the Tampa Urbon League and social service activities extraordinary In terms of quality and quantity of volunteer ser vices rendered. AWARD FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACYFor on individual or group that mode a significant contribution toward improving the con dltlon of the disadvantaged through advocacy for basic human rights. Nomination forms may be secured at the Tampa Urban League, located at l405 Tampa Parle Plaza (corner of Scott and Nebraska Ave.) Monday-Friday. from 9-5 P .M. All nominations must be received by 5 P. M. Monday. July 29 (no exceptions to deadline). For more information call: 229-BJ J7.-Ronald Cleveland Hill, II, arbara Faison was appointed Chairperson of the Annual 26, Tampa, and Jennifer HarFamily Picnic. Other committee members are Viola Wallace, ris, 2 1 Thonotosassa. Mary Staples, and Annie Hines, newly accepted Associate Reginafd Rogers, 26, TamPlegee. pa, and Kevia Janette Purcell, Mildred Siplin and Mary Smith were appointed Chairperson 8 and Co-chairperson, for their Annual Sweetest 1 Tampa. 0 h ay C anty Ball Committee. Andrew Jerome 21, Tampa, and' Bridget The committee met recently at Mrs. Smith's home, and Rosena Oliver, 21, Tampa. Business Manager Alza L. Stanislaus reported her success in Dilbert Hue Blackella, 23, securing a building for the event. Other committee members at Tampa, and Harriet Denise tending this initial Ball Committee Meeting were Delores Ham Peterson, 22, Tampa. mond, Helen Johnson, Barbara Small, Mary Staples, and Thelma Sweet. Brent Labane Chatham, 24, MacDill Air Force Base, and Other details will be forthcoming after the committee's next Monique Lavette Timmons, meeting Wednesday, July 24, at 4202 E. Henry Ave., the home Of Mrs. Stanislaus, at 6 p.m. 1 21, Tampa. h Garfield Charles LimTom, Anot er summer activity for the Orchids is their "Sale of the 22, Tampa. and Vivian Century Thrift Sale" on August 3, at the Bethune High Rise Vernette Jackson, 20, Tampa. Complex, 1515 Union St. Lenroy Lenox Ravariere, YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING 26, Tampa, and Michealrose Austinia King, 25, Tampa. Larry ColstQn, 43, Tampa, and Audrey Lee Tiller, 33, Tampa. Felton Thomas Jennings, 21, Tampa, and Pauline Williams, 32, Tampa. Otis Carlo Black, 50, Tam pa, and Pauline Jewel Singleton, 42, Tampa. Sylvester White, 32, Tampa, and Betty Jean Fortson, 45, Tampa. Host families are needed on a temporary basis for interna tiOnal high school students arriving in August in the Youth for Understanding exchange student program. Families provide room, board and some transportation and there are no special qualifications other than a warm famiiy at mosphere and an openess to other cultures. Students have health insurance and their own pocket money. The students come from 27 different countries and are chosen from their peers on their language ability and respon Families are needed to house the students for two to five week periods. This allows a family a short visit from a foreign student without the normal sixto 12-month commit ment. stud_ents come from Europe, South America and the Pacific: This year over 3,700 students are expected to arrive in the Umted States in the Youth for Understanding program. Youth for Understanding is one of the world's largest and oldest exchange student There is a strong sup port network of volunteers m the Tampa Bay area. to insure a quality stay and happy time for all involved. / For more information on hosting an exchange student call Terry Redding at 681-3570 or 272-7543. I fD "':l > M z z ----...................................


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Summer Enrichment Students Set Sail On The Spirit Of Tampa .IT'S -ALL_ -Y40 U 170 elementary and secon-a.m. According to Dayle stated Noble Sissie, Jr., Direc-==<: dary school students in Tampa Greene, Program Assistant tor of the pageant.'. ABOU. T were treated to a cruise on the with the Center of Excellence, "We were elated that we w Spirit of Tampa last Friday, this wa5 the first time many of could join forces with the -ROSE CRUTCHFIELD near the downtown Hilton tl\e youngsters have ridden on .,.Pageant to have an enlightentC Hotel. The students are enrolla watercraft. One of the ing field trip," explained Dr. (Continued From Page 6) f: ed in the Summer Enrichment highlights of tee trip was that Mary Lindsey, Director of the dish. You may call Mrs. Collins at 251-3401 for more informaProgram, sponsored by the they were joined by the 16 conCenter of Excellence. tion. Hillsborough County Center testants in the Black The Center is one of five Residents of the Jackson Heights Commuinity are invited to for Excellence. Florida Pageant. such centers throughout enjoy a picnic Friday afternoon from 3 to 5. It is open to perThe boat set sail at 8:15 "The contestants served as a Florida sponsored by the sons of all ages and there is no fee. If you need more informaa.m. and returned at 10:30 role model to the students," McKnight Foundation. tion about the Jackson Heights picnic please call Arthur Allen QI.: Kay Glenn at 248-3268. NCO PREP COURSE -GRADUATE MATHER AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. Senior Airman John J. Alson, son of Sandra Torres of 8219 Tanglewood in ,Tampa, graduated from the Noncommissioned Officers Preparatory Course here. Alson is a security policeman with the 320th Security Police Squadron here. He has been in the Air Force for three and a half years. The school from which he graduated is the first phase of pro fessional military education for enlisted members. It teaches airmen the responsibilities of becoming a noncommissioned of ficer and includes instruction in areas such as Air Force customs and courtesies, the judicial system, history, world afcommunication and managemt:nt. Church of the Open Door, Inc., and director of Sanc tuary Christian Academy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ID Summer Enrichment Program, DAYTONA BEACH -Bethune-Cookman College will hold its 81st Summer Commencement Exercises, Saturday, July 27, at 10 a.m. in Moore Gymnasium. The featured speaker will be Dr. Under her leadership, the church has grown from 12 members to a membership of well over 500. treated to a cruise aboard the WilliamRaspberry (Continued From 4) way to bring about changes" legislation that finally comes in South Africa. In fact, they out of House-Senate con may be the only way for ference will end apartheid. America to have a hand in There is nothing America can those changes. do, short of military intervenEven South Africa's hidetion, to accomplish that goal. bound conservatives, who What this country can do is to would be certain to react enunciate a clear, self negatively to any attempt to escalating policy that says in choke their_ country's effect: If you want to change, economy, might be inclined to we'll help you; if you need behave a bit differently if the outside pressure to facilitate hands about their throat are that change, we'll provide it; if their own. you stubbornly refuse to That is not to say that the change, then to hell with you. TAMPA BAY BUILDERS HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING SPECIALIST LIC. 034997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FREE ESTIMAT-ES 251-2585 Or 251-8754 1005 W. PLAn ST., TAMPA, FLORIDA 33606 NEED HoME REPAIRED Want Your Bills & Mortgage Paid Off WE DO ANY KIND OF WORK LARGE OR SMALL ADD A ROOM, ROOFING, FLOORS, WINDOWS FENCE, PLUMBING, ELECTRIC, ANY KIND OF REMODELING Pay Only One Monthly Payment CALL TONY VECCHIO 258-6161 T&M IUILDERS-2104 E. 7th AVE. ACROSS FRPM COLUMIUA RESTAURANT .Vlack (Continued From Page 4) anything. It is a fact of life that can be supported by; stats. If the two schools are locked into a contract for this year's : game, A&M and BethuneCookman should consider the wisdom of making a change next year. The message here is not only to the two colleges, but also applies to black peo ple in general and those blacks who are in role model posi tions. Audrey F. The Tampa Alumni Chapter Of Bethune-Cookman College presents The "Ms. future BCC Coronation" Sunday, September 1, At 4:00P.M. At Ragan Park Auditorium Vying For The Coveted Title Are: AKII.AH GaAHAM Ptumt: Ms Washington School: Gm:o Jr. Hlth Church: New Mt. Zion Sponsor: Ms. Mamie Washlnrton Parent : Ms. Annie Thomas School : Horocr Mann Jr. High Church: Brown's Temple Sponsor: Mr I Mrs. Harry Morris The message is simple. Let us help ourselves by doing business with each other Ab.l.ucllleMorrls, Cholrmo;, Ab. Momle Washington, CoCholrmon wherever it is humanly possi1. ="e=l=e=n=Y=o=un:::g::'=P=re=='d=e=n=t ==iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ble. It is the only way we are ever going to as a rac e: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undenigned, DeVern Smitlt, intends to register the fictitious trade name, Teachers' Pet Tern porary Personnel, with the Clerk of tbe Circuit of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953; that the undersigned intends to engage in the business of Temporary Job Placement, at 13916 Capitol Drive Tampa, Florida 33612. Dated this 27th day of June 1985. DeVern Smith Sole Owner INSTANT NIGHTTIME GLAMOUR Nighttime is the time for fantasy and for making summer fantasies come true That's what makes us want to look and feel specially glamorous af ter dark But what if we don't have much time to prepare? In practically no time you can add a dash of glamour to make the best of spur-of-the-moment evenings out Just copy nature : rely on sparkle. Add a face with faintly frosted eyeshadow and lipstick. Wear reflecting jewelry: rhinestone studded or pearl necklace and ear rings. for example And for the crowning touch. cre ate a brilliant aura of fragrance all around you. Nothing says as frankly and quickly as fragrance Recently some have even be.en creat ed just for night splendor. One of the newest is Avon's Night Odys sey. is a deeper. richer fragrance experience, with hints of magnolia and hyacinth-blooms that scent the night says Avon fragrance expert Daisy Chin-Lor. She adds : "To prolong its enjoyment. spray it on the warm pulse spots. starting at the lowest one. behind the kne es. because fragrance rises.= e er .... ... e : = rtl To rise to your evening occasions Dr. Wallace Hqy with Night Odyssey. sparkling : OPTOMETRIST makeup and jewelry. consult your Paying Customers & Avon Representative. Or call 1-800-t-1 Medicaid Accepted 858-8000 if you don't have one. 876-8491 Ms Ford is Beauty & Public Re/af;; V'f. Ave. tions Manager, Special Markets for iiililliiliiliiiiiiil. .................................... ............


Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published Tues. And Fri.Get Bo!h_Editjons TUESDAY, JULY A GREATWAYTOSAVE!' For every SJO.OO you spend, we'll double three manufacturer's coupon offers! Example: to Purcha.e -3 Coupons; Purchase -6 Coupons; etc. RICiHT lOUt MISS GOLDY GRADE A WHOLE FRYERS Coupons up to 50 value will be doubled Those valued from 50 to .00 will have a max imum redemption value of 1 .00. Coupons over 1 .00will be redeemable only for face value. Double coupon offer excludes retailer or free coupons c i garettes or tobacco coupons or refund certificates. Coupon value cannot exceed the value of the item. DOUBLE COUPON SAVINGS AT WINN DIXIE MANUFACTURERS MFG CENTS COUPON Off COUPON A 35t COUPON B SOt COUPON C 75t COUPON 0 '1.25 GREAT FOR. BBQ! llf2DOWN PORK SPARERIBS YOU SAVE AT.W.O 70t 1 .00 1 DO '125 E PRICES EFFECTIVE JULY 2124. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED COPYRIGHT 1985, WINN-DIXIE STORES INC., TAMPA. This ad applies to the following Florida counties only : Desoto, Hardee, Hillsborough Highlands Hernando, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas Polk, Sarasota, Lee, Collier Charlotte, and the city of LaBelle. Check your local paper for specials in your area. SAVE 19<: LIGHT CHUNK STYLE ACKED IN OIL OR WATER BLUE BAY TUNA 1985


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Entertainme Someone should fill in the difficult words fQr young child ren. : 1. Make letters ( __ your name.) 5. On condition that (I'll go, __ you will.) 7. Past of do ( __ you pass?) 9. He (That is __ pen.) The world (Air is part of_.) ll. Part of be (That ; __ my book.) 14. Find the sum ( __ '\;.' to get the answer.) 1S; Brown (I have a sun __ .) 16 ; Relate ( __ me the story.) 18. Medicine (Asorine is ; a __ .) 19. Above (Look __ your desk.) 20 : Question (All you have to do is __ .) 22. Writing fluid (Don't spill the __ .) 23. Musical poem (Do you know that __ .) 25. Direction of rising sun (Atlanta is __ of Dallas.) 27. (You may go, eat first.) 29. Conjunction (You may use tbis one __ that one.) 30. Preposition (Which one __ you will be first.) 32. Same as 13 across 33. Employment (Where do you __ .) 35. Same as 16 across 37. Same as 29 across 39. Allow (Please, __ me go.) 41. Article (I ate __ orange.) 42. Forever (I will __ love you.) 44. Part of will (If you __ only try.) 45. Essential (I_ _a new book.) Touch with lips (_ my band.) 48. Past of tell his story.) 49. Same as 30 across. DOWN 1. Without color (Our flag is ted, __ and blue.) Get up (I __ at dawn.) 3. Same as 13 a;ross 4. Extreme part (Hold the __ of the rope.) 5. Pronoun (He, she and _.) 6. Time to come (The is tomorrow.) 7. Animal home (The cubs are in their __ .) 8. Swallow liquid (I will __ tea.) 11. Same as 14 across 12. Tatted cloth (This shirt is a __ .) 14. In addition (Tom __ loves sweets.) 17. Final (I was the __ one to eat.) 19. Preposition (They walked __ the field.) 21. Be sure of (I __ the answer.) 22. Same as 13 across 24. Mature (He will __ up some day.) 26. Near (Stop __ the bouse.) 27. Cut with teeth (That dog will __ .) 28. Employ (I can __ some help.) 31. Past tense of find (I my book.) 34. Past tense of 21 down. 36. Money lent (plural) (My Dad __ me money.) 38. grain ( __ is grown in Kentucky.) 40. Past tense of tell (I __ them to stop.) 41. Same as 14 down 43. Place (Nancy, __ the table.) 46. Act (It's your toni to __ the dishes.) Answers On Page 18) 48-1921 .. JLLlJSTRATJON BY RON WATSON ASTRO-QUIZ 1. The seventh house of a horoscope deals with marriage and partnerships, true or false? 2. The Trine aspect is con sidered a malefic aspect, true or false? 3. The Saturn as it transits the second house of a horoscope can bring restric tions in finances and stop the purchasing of personal posses sions, true or false? 4. A man's natal Moon at birth often indicates or describe the specific type of career or job be needs i and ideally will choose under the right circumstances, true or false? ANSWERS 3SPJ.'I t 3SPJ.'I "'l aDJJ. t aDJJ. "l Spotlttld Presents The Fall Classic Fashion Show 1985 "1 0 Best Dressed Finalists" Hors D' Oeurves Happy Hour Live Band VIdeo Screen Spotlight After Party HIL10N Riverside Ballroom (Downtownl Saturday, August J 7, J 985 7:30P.M. $10Advance Don't Miss It! For Ticket Information Call: 248-1921


Vandross: A Light Sound Gregory Hines Heads For The Road From A Pop Heavyweight NEW YORK Right up front Luther Vandross admits he has a weight problem, something he usually doesn't talk about. It used to cause him trouble. "My weight would keep me from wanting to do anything," he says. "I always worried about the first look on an interviewer's face ... 'Is he going to do a double take?' I dido 't feel like seeing that. It took a lot to get me out on the stage." But to hear this 33-year-old work on a ballad, you'd --=-the 265-pound Vandross was a tiny, fragile His tender falsetto shades song with barely audible whispers until it seerris nothing is left but the raw emotion. "That's my favorite way to sing," says the man who's been dubbed "the Pavarotti of pop." "lt's much easier to get an audience on its feet boogey ing than to sit down and share a moment with you. There's something about that challenge that appeals to me." It's a challenge he explores on his fourth ablum, The Night I Fell in Love, even more intensely than on his previous million-selling LPs. The new album is seamless '60s soul packaged in '80s pop slickness. In five weeks it jumped impressively from No. 42 to No.1 on Billboard's black chart a nd from No. 69 to No. 26 on the pop chart, and gave Vandross his first hit single, 'Til My Baby Comes Home. "Some of my favorite sing ing is on this record," he says, although, "I'm not from the school of trying to top what you did last. I don't go for the definitive performance. The best performance of a song for me may be six months later in Louisville, Ky." Vandross hates being com pared. to male vocalists. Singers such as Aretha Franklin, Dionne Warwick and Diana Ross were his early influehces. "I never sat up and listened all night to a 'reddy Pendergrass record, but I've certainly night phones wtth Dtana Joss. Vandross used music as a way out of a Lower East Side housing project. After a brief stint at college and some odd jobs, he wrote Everybody Re joice, a song that appeared in Broadway's The Wiz. A chance meeting with David Bowie resulted in his arranging the vocals for Bowie's Young Americans album and accom panying Bowie on two tours. Bowie introduced him to Bette Midler, and he sang background with her for two years. Later, he became a millionaire, siriging commer cial jingles for advertisers such as Kentu,cky Fried Chicken, AT&T and Miller beer. The going was rougher when he tried to launch a solo singing career because he in sisted on producing himself. "I didn't want to defend my musical perspectives, and with a producer I thought I would have to," he says. He finally recorded himself and sold the tapes to CBS/ Epic records. His 1981 debut album Never Too Much rriade him an instant star. Then he lived another dream producing Pendergrass, Franklin and Warwick. In the fall he plans to start an album for dancer Gregory Hines and would like a shot at producing Ross and Bowie. ... On my days off, I play Pac-Man, watch The Jeffer sons, eat Rice Krispies and go onstage feeling like I've got the most fabulous life in the world.'' 'PAVAROTII OF POP': Luther Vandross enjoys the, chance to improvise on his hits while touring. Sen(inel's Top JOSingles 1. Rock Me Tonight : Freddie Jackson 2. Raspberry Beret : Prince J. You Give Good Love Whitney Houston 4 Can You Help Me Jesse Johnson s: Freeway Of Love Aretha Franklin 6. Hang On A String Ends 7 Sanctified Lady Marvm Gaye s: Fresh Kool & The Gang 9 Attack Me With Your Love Cameo 10. Take Me Home Lisa Lisa Gregory Hines, who will kick up his heels with Mikhail Baryshnikov in the movie White Nights, has a new show on the road July 29. The Cotton Club star wiil open a club act with his band New York's Bottom Line, July 29 and 30. He'll headline Aug. 1-3 at the Sands Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., and Aug. 22-27 he'll open for Ray Charles at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. He's on the bill with Rich Little at the same hotel Aug. 28-Sept.. 11. Hines just finished a workshop on a musical that may be Broadway-bound. Called Mr. Jelly Lord, it's basGREGORY HINES ed on the life of the legendary Jelly Roll Morton. Hines' wife, Pamela Koslow, is one of the pro ducers. After his Vegas gigs, will hoof it into his movie, Running Scared .. MGM-UA, in which he plays the non-dancing lead in a cop comedy, with Billy Crystal as co-star. With luck, he'll get a i breather to enjoy the premier 1.11 of White Nights in .November. Meanwhile, brother Maurice Hines will debut his musical Uptown ... Jt's Hot! at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. The show opens an eight-week engagement Saturday, and Hines hopes to take it to Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., before hitting New York. Second Single From Bill Withers' LP In discussing his musical return after his long hiatus, Withers comments, "This is a very exciting time of life for me. I've been very surprisedand very flattered by the amount of attention I'm get ting upon my re-entry into the business. People have welcom ed me back with open arms. I really feel honored and, of course, touched. I think I'm better equipped for success this time; I'm not so naive and I can enjoy it a little more Right now, I'm in the process of assembling my operational team and I'm looking forward to going on tour in early Fall. I'm excited about \ having with the people who enjoy my music and that open exchange of honest affection." Withers has not been com pletely absent from the music scene in recent years. A cameo appearance on Grover Washington Jr.'s Winelight Lp produced the smash hit Columbia Records has released the second single "Something That Turns You On," from Bill Withers' latest Lp Watching You, Watching Me. Composed and produced by Withers, "Something That Turns You On is a slow, ''locked-in-the-groove'' track that reflects the artist's talents for evoking strong emotions through his vocal nuances. Watching You, Watching Me is Withers' first solo album in almost seven years and has been met with critical response. Produced by Denny Diante (with specific tracks be ing co-produced by Larry Carlton, Don Freeman, Ralph McDonald, and Withers, himself), Watching You, Watching Me spotlights Withers' unique vocal style enhanced by the musicianshiJ? GOTO JAMAICA '199 -3 Days 2 Nights Call: 884-6734 Ask For: of such stellar session players Crusader's Rhapsody In Blues as David Foster, keyboards; album and scored a Black Nathan East, bass; John Music Chart hit with Ralph Robinson, drums; and McDonald via the single "Iti Paulinho da Costa, percus-The Name Of Love." sion. Withers' early hits include lf "Just The Two 0/ Us" and such Classic songs as "Lean earned Withers a Grammy in On Me, "A!n 't No Sunshine, s tl 1981 for Best R&B Song. He "Use Me," and "Lovely has also sung on the Da"." = Am ina Fakir, 23, of D.etrojt was chosen the 1985 Miss Black America early Sunday morning at a pageant in Philadelphia. She also won the pageant's SINimsuit competition. She receives a car and two $1,000 cash awards from Ford Motor Co. and Black America magazine, co sponsors of the event. ; "'C:I = =(ll =Q. er:l < = (ll > = Q. .., I = = =-t'!j Q. -= = (ll Altovise Davis tgne As Interviewer /Reporter Altovise Davis has signed to be an interviewer /reporter for Barry and Enright }>roduc-. tions' "The Private Lives Of ... ," which debuts on Black Entertainment Television in September. Altovise, in private life Mrs. Sammy Davis, Jr., is a veteran ac-tress/dancer/singer with To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial 248-2825 or numerous motion picture, TV, Broadway and concert credits. As an actress, dancer and "talking head," Altovise has appeared on all the major talk shows, as well as on the Follies, "MacMillan Wife, and other national shows. She has appeared on way in "High Spirits,' "Golden Boy" and "Mata Hari, and in such motion pictures as "Boardwalk,' "Can't Stop The Music, and "Pipe Dreams ; On 'The Private Lives Of ... ," Altovis e will share the "CC interviewer /reporter assign> ment with Andrea FryeRowles, who is also the pro.., gram's producer. ::;; James Ransom 248-3033 1-j 248-1921 .. z


.......... .............. .. l-:-for you now, as you'll demand negative feelings. Love is the level and income by continuthat others allow you to have key You do not need money ing to develop your vocational .. your freedom. At this point in to get rich, just God. You can and mental resources. 5 .., TV GUIDE ;;; < Q *YOUR* HOROSCOP-r& WEDNESDAY JULY 24, 1985/ BROADCAST ;;;;J By Dr. Elmer Eugene As. D. )' r July 25-31 This Weeks' Major Aspects 29 Mercury Sextile Venus 27th Sun Trine Moon 31 Sun Oppose Moon (New 28 Mars Square Pluto Moon) "Thou will be done on Earth as it tis in the Heavens" LEOAs the week begins, Moon's power changes you can get in beyond your some(\ne's mind on a financial depth in a family, property or or sharing matter. Take care other household situation at not to be left holding the bag. least until the 29th when You can recoup spectacularly. events make more sense. The AQUARIUS -:Don't pin ; 1 Full Moon of the 31st flushes all your hopes on spending a ,g out a new partnership prolot of time at the beaches or in spect. This is a day to move the country. Go, but alertly; hold personal conremember that there may be .= siderations under calculated strings attached. The 27th e wraps. Your mate will be inmight bring a romantic en = fuitive. counter. The Moon return to VIRGO This is a busy Aquarius at the end of the d week period, but it's mostly period signals an mcrease 1 i nettlesome until mid-week. number of opportunities both From then on, a change of on the social and educational c scene or a visitor will put a levels. Be sensitive to others smile on your face. On the reactions to you. 'g other hand, the Full Moon of PISCES -Favorable < the 31st may bring an assignaspects earlier in the week ment change or accent a health brings modest success from 1 problem. Keep alert for your occupational endeavors, ; original ideas. There may be a but don't expect much pro1 ....,. power struggle. Be sure you're gress or recognition just now. 1 right. On the other hand, the Full .., LWRADuring this foreMoon of the 31st heightens in f,;l;;l cltst period, you must avoid tuitive powers. An idea which l!!!J CPBS) Farm Day 45 w .. ther 800 Sesame 15 Street 30 45 9 00 Polka Dot 15 Door 30 Todays 45 Special 1 0 00 Reading 15 Rainbow 30 Powerhouse 45 11 00 Mister 15 R':IJer's 1 2 00 Woodwright 15 Shop 30 College For 45 Canines 1 00 Mystery! 15 "Reilly: 30 Ace o 45 Spies" \. 2 00 Smithsonian 15 World 30 45 .. 3 00 Polka Dot 15 Door 30 Powerhouse 45 Mister 15 Rogan 30 Reading 45 Rainbow 600 Growing 15 Yean 30 Business 45 Report 15 Lehrer 30 Newshour 45 .. 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Wild, Wild 1 Love Lucy Movie "DIGbY'' Young And The Restless As The World !urns Guiding !four News Three's Company '!ws News Enter talnmel)t charles In Charge '!R Wonder Woman Nancy Drew I Dream Of Jeannie J::.kes Times !iftson Clrel Burnett 9 World FaCti Of CBS Mevle: MiVIii 15 Dance Life "Wimess For "Funny 30 Taxi The Face'' : I!,YnestY 1 .. st. ;; 11 00 DOCtor 15 Wllo 30 Lltenlght 45 America '?.Lettermen ABC News Nlghtllne bnfiid And Son Eye On Hollywood f!ws Newlywed Gam. Night Heat .. Twllltht z\ Night Gallery Miilii "Rt41Uitm f'tr A HHvywlgllt'' Wli\WXlT Good Morning rica Jim All-Star Bllh Ryan's Hope All My Children One Llfi Live \ II Giiiil'al !;lespltal Tlcfac Dough News Three's Company Riidi N1 Rell Summer Action stY '!til .. .. .. ABC News Nitlltllne Eye On HollywMd f!ewt 44 Kids Club Fat Albert Tom& Jerry CHIPs Sox Million Dollar Man Happy Days Divorce Court Dallas Movie: "A Date With JudY'' FllntstOMS Star ;!'rek Private Benjamin WkRPin CIIICinnetl Berney Miller' Mivlii "Sliver !frnk" MiUfli l!,ntevchables Christian Child Fund : "2 emotional stress or sustained you may have discarded might r .I: financial co11ditions that can be seen in a new light. Think iTHURSDAY JULY 25, 1985/ BROADCAST 1 :i affect your disposition and of larger issues. @!Y' @=...," ::1 physical well-being. Put a senARIES -During this Good lns-..... r i -sible limit on activities and experiod., a diplomatic yet 15 Memlno !!ws Gadget nn wXK 1.1J 11'8Sl \21 INBCl tnlwxtt Good Morning 44 Kids !=lub ,.. 7 00 '!;edaY CBS Morning ,....,. .! penditures. Lunar aspects on secretive attitude works to .. "!:ranzor h al .. 1 the 31st heig tens emotion your advantage regarding !tr"' .. .. Albert =; response; take advantage of possessions or partnership 45 : : ;; ;; = fur i i communication. You may be member enhances home sur.f.:'ts For !;lulk .. .. .5 asked to join an activity or roundings on the 27th. The 1 0 : Mike ;urphy In s':JM,V ;lx ; group effort. Full Moon of the 31st brings :::=w t:'J:Ttte .. SCORPIO Feel free to friendly and group programs 45 century Raphael Wild Man Cll 11 Mlitii Whiil Of Ryan's Price Is Wlf!11 Happy forge ahead With important tO the fore. Join with OtherS tO 304515 Fertune Hoc:.. WIIG Days contacts and discussions. Your accomplish what you can't do ..,...:lal ., thoughts are well organized alone. '\-:--rs f!eWS l?,llas and effective now. A change TAURUS_ Mixed in with 30 Red& .. ;; of scenery is pleasurable -d d 1 : =.,..liCi Days Of 111 My Young 1nd Mitlc 111 My especially on the 27th. The varie stresses an strains, you 9Vr Lives !=hlkfren !he Restless !-rd" !=hlklren Full Moon of the 31st can enjoy a gratifying develop45 Citadel" .. .. .. .. .. ment linked with emotional Llfillne 1nithir one llfi 1s Thi WOiidir one Llfi heightens tension. You may 15 !OLive World Live have to make a change, but it ties of children's affairs, : .. !urns turns out well in the end. Inespecially on the 27th. Also, Pilka Barnaby General Guiding Fantastic terests in the environment or the Full Moon of the 31st !:-ight basic commodities may grow. heralds a period of good for4 : s'fl.ma RKktord SAGITTARIUS S 1 tune. Look to new ideas and 1s street files -ec ucombinations for success. 30 .. ;; Giiiiral !;lospltal Hour the beginning of this period, eep an eye on your oss. 15 Rn Family !tory Jeannie Dough Mivle: ;;cyntt.ia" u .. .. 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c WHAT HAPPENED IN SPORTS The sports world, the Tam-Bay Bucs and their fans were shocked over the an nouncement that Lee Roy Selmon has a herniated disc in lower back and may not play football again this year or forever. St. Louis Cardinals wide receiver Roy Green, the NFL's leading receiver for the last two seasons, wants to renegotiate the remaining two years of his contract with the club. Green reportedly has a salary of $180,000, which is less than the league's average pay of $215,000 for wide receiver The Cardinals vice MUNCIE sec on round of their six-round bout. Whitaker dropped Senegal with two lefts to end the fight. *** Meldrick "The Kid'' Taylor Lee Roy is an outstanding football player who is admired players and fans for his president said discussions are underway. Running back Chuck Mun cie, suspended last year after failing a drug test, was reinstated by NFL commis sioner Pete Rozelle and then traded from the San Diego Chargers to the Minnesota Vikings. of Philadelphia, who won a Olympic gold medal in the 125 pound division, fought in the 135-pound weight class Uunior welterweight) to score a unaminous decision over Roberto Medina of St. Pete in a six round bout. Medina (known as John Garcia) was later jailed by the Norfolk Police department for break ing out of a Colorado prison June 25, 1982. ability on the u"'"''"' field. As a human be ing, Selmon was also rated A-plus by those who knew him. I certainly hope that this isn't the end of the brilliant career of Mr. Selmon. Offen sive linemen, quarterbacks and running backs may breathe a sigh of relief over the news that they won't have one of the most feared defensive people breathing down their necks for a while. STEAL, BABY STEAL In St. Louis, the fans are !'.,chantirlg "Steal Baby Steal." chant goes out anytime rabbits Vince Coleman or Willie McGhee get on base. The chant is loudest when ex F AMU star Coleman gets on The speedy Cardinal outfielder has stolen 70 bases so far this year. Coleman is from Jacksonand played both baseball and football at Florida A&M University. At A&M, Vince was known for his kicking rather than his baseball play Coleman tried out as a kicker in the pros, but did not make it. Coleman turned to baseball three years ago, and with his flashing speed, the young man has stolen his way into the majors. Not only has Coleman slipped into the major leagues, he is today one of the most talked about and feared players in the game. Pitchers and catchers hate to see Coleman on base. He LEE ROY SELMON works them very hard, makes them very nervous and destroys their concentration. Infielders hate to see-him come to. bat. Coleman's speed makes infielders have to hurry and they don't like to hurry for fear of an error. St. Louis has scored many runs that start with Coleman beating out an infield hit, stealing second and thii:d base and coming home on a fly ball. Coleman has turned his speed into a useful offensive weapon. He rbves the sound of "go-go-go" or "steal, baby steal.'' NFL TEAMS REPORT .TO CAMP. All 28 teams have reported to trairiirig camps in prepara tion for the upcoming 1985 football season. 27 teams in cluding the Tampa Bay Bucs will be out to upset the de fending champion San Fran cisco 49ers.' Many of the 28 teams have not been able to sign their number one draft picks from the 1985 college draft. Money is the problem. It appears with the USFL on the verge of folding, owners are no longer wiiling to sign players to the big, lucrative salaries of the past two years. Golf Classic Set For Rogers Park The Michelob WTMP Golf much more. Classic will be held on SaturThe first Tee Time will be at day, August lOth, at the 7:30 a. m. The second Flight Rogers Park Golf Course. will Tee it up at 11:30 a. m. The $45.00 entry fee will be Buccaneer players, Bandit donated to a scholarship fund players and other sports that WTMP Radio Station has celebrities will receive special been supporting for the past ; invitations to play in this First four years. Annual Michelob WTMP Interested golfers can Golf Classic. University of Florida runn ing back Lorenzo Hampton, the Miami Dolphins No. 1 draft choice, has signed a con tract. Hampton is expected to boost the Dolphins offensive rushing attack that relied heavily on quarterback Dan Marino's passing abilities. CRIBBS Birminghan Stallions star running back Joe Cribbs has bought out the remainder of his contract and plans to be back in the NFL by Thursday. Olympic lightweight gold medalist Pernell Whitaker (5-0) scored an TKO over John Dues Camp For 1985 Season The Tampa Bay Bucs 'on the Sunday, July 28. unexpected heels of bad news The Rues are expecting a surrounding Leroy Selmon's new look and a new approach career-threatening back in-under new head coach, jury, officially opened training Leeman Bennett, formerly o f camp Sunday, July 21, in the Atlanta Falcons. Bennett preparation for the 1985 replaced John McKay, the se;l59n. first and only previous coach This week, all rookies, free in the Bucs young NFL agents, quarterbacks, and inhistory. vited veterans are in session As of July 12, the Bucs had with practice twice a day, 102 rostered players with a beginning at 9:30 A.M. and 3 number of veterans and highP.M. Practices are open tQ the draft rookies unsigned. media, and unlike previous Recently, the team acquired years, to the general public on the right to negotiate with a first come first serve basis in Steve Young, the once highly bleachers outside of the field touted quarterback from practice fence. The One Buc-Brigham Young. Young caneer Place facility is located, played for the L.A. Express of 2400 N. Westshore Blvd., one the USFL. the. Bucs, who mile north of I-275 near the already have five quarterbacks Tampa International in camp, also hold the NFL The players Will be at tire -Hati rights to former quarterback, of Fame Inn, immediately adDoug WHliams. it is jacent to One Buccaneer rumored, is seeking to buy out All veterans will report, his obligations with the Olympic welterweight gold medalist Mark Breland Brooklyn won a technical knockout by flooring Don "Cowboy" Shiver of Tampa three times in the first round. The referee ended the fight at 2:18 in the first round. was heart-broken with his first loss of his 2(>-bout pro career. Breland raises his pro record to 6-0. *** Lightweight Evander Holyfield of Atlanta pounded out a unaminous decision over Tyrone Booze of Hartford, Conn. France's Yannick Noah, en ding 5 years of frustration, defeated top-seeded Jimmy Connors 6-4, 3-6, 6-2, to ad vance to the finals of the $200,000 D.C. National Bank Tennis Classic. Anzona of the to return to the NFL. Bennett has a little better than two weeks to get the Rues together for the pre-season opener. On August 10, the Pittsburgh Steelers come to Tampa Stadium for a 8:00 P encounter 248-1921 BEFORE'YOU VALUE YOUR INJURY ..... CONTACT / FRED 1.. BUCKINE register at the Rogers Park A banquet by Port-A-Pit 0 or at WTMP Radio Bar-B-Que will follow play at Station. Early registration is 5 p. m. at the Rogers Park suggested. The field will be facility. The Michelob WTMP limited to 200 and the Golf Classic is sponsored by Attorney At Law Callaway Scoring System will Pepin Distributing Company, Personalln,ury D Wrongful-De' ath be used. Prizes and trophies the Bay area's distributor of 01 will be awarded to the Top 15 Anheuser-Busch products Z golfers scored by the which include Budweiser, Bud FREE Consultation By Appointment Callaway. Light, Michelob, Michelob Evenings And Weekends f-4 Prizes include a color TV, Light, Michelob Classic Dark, Michelob Tour Golf Bags, Busch, Natural Light, LA beer 711 N. FLORJDA AVE. SUITE 225 r ... a_d_io_s_, _go_l_f_c .. lu_b_s ... e.ts_a_n_d""!'""'_a_nd_E_a.;g;..le_s_n_a_c_k_s._____ TAMPA, FL33602 hone Your News 248-192 (813) 223-2044 .............................. .................... ....................


IN MEMORIAM Avenue g WILSON REV. TOMMIE L. SHORT Funeral services for Rev. Tommie L. Short, 906 Win chester Ct., Brandon, FL, who passed in the James A. Haley VA Hospital, will be held Tuesday (today) from the Evening Star Tabernacle M. Baptist Church with the Rev. C.H. Sheppard, officiating. Interment in the Hillsboro Memorial Gardens, Brandon, FL. Survivors are: his wife, Mrs Marianna Brooks Short, Brandon, FL; mother, Mrs. Annie Lee Short; stepchildren, Orin Nettles, Louis Nettles, both of Siler City, NC, James Nettles, Pittsboro, NC and Mary Nettle, Chapel Hill, NC; 6 step grandchildren; 4 brothers, Mr. Iverson Short and wife, Hilda, Richland, GA, Mr. Frederick Short and wife, Marilyn, Mr. Edward Short, Boston Mass., Mr. Weldon Short and wife, Ruth, Dekalb, Miss ; 4 siste rs Rhoda Sylvers, Gladys Sm ith Manhattan, NY, Mrs. Daisy Bell Reed and husband, Mrs. Roberta Kinard and husband all of West Virginia; 3 sistersin-law, Ardella Short, Richland, GA, Magge Milliken, Ms. Hezely Burke, Pittsboro, NC; 5 brothers-in law, Thomas Brooks, George Brooks, Benjamin Brooks, James Brooks, Pittsboro, NC, and John Brooks, Waterberry, Conn., a number of nieces, nephews and other relatives. Rev. Short was a native of Chattachoochee Co. GA, a WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone: 241-6125 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service FUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ray Williams Funeral Home J4J7 N. Albany Ave. 253-34J9 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" SHADY f'UNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial For $705 Add l'or scn in s un Satur: and add .UOO l'or all Sl'rvkes aflcr 3 p.m retired fireman of New York City and a of WWII. "A WILSON'S IN MEMORIAM BENJAMIN W. LOWRY October 23, 1954 July 22, 1984 Short was your life on earth Ben. You met death one year ago, the dew of youth still fresh upon your young brow. Brief your Jife as is all earthly life -just a thin foot print upon a sea-lashed shore, just one lightning swift swing of the pendulum of time's clock, just the glimpse of a passing ship, you disappeared from our sight. We were left with heavy hearts and tear fill ed eyes and even now, as we think of your beautiful your courage, pride and deter mination, the tears fall and our hearts feel the absence of your presence. However, we knows that God know best. He wanted you home with Him. So we leave you son, in His care and keeping, until the day when we are called home. Your short life has taught us to be busy for our Lord, "while the days are going by." Thank you Son for all the joy you brought us. May your soul continue to rest in God's lov ing peace. Your loving family, Lowry and Crider. IN MEMORIAM DEATH NOTICES Mr. Willie Davis, oo WILSON'S FlJNERAL Wimauma, Florida Mr. Eddie Lawrence, Sr., HOME 4207 reen Street Rev. Tommie L. Short, 906 fliilillllliiiliiilliiiiiilillll!l!lll: t Court, Brandon, \ ;:; AIKENS FUNERAL HOME ROGERS In loving memory of my wonderful hu sba nd, Deacon Caldwell Harrison, who departed this life, July 22, 1983. You are gone but you will never be forgotten. I think of you daily. We all love you, but God love you best. Sleep on and take your rest. Sadly missed by your wife, Mattie Harrison; son, Samuel Harrison and wife; mother, Rosie Harrison; sisters and brothers and family members. IN MEMORIAM In memory of our beloved one, Alonzo Wilson, who departed this life May 5, 1985 and born on July 26, 1944. Even though the time is passing on, you are still being thought of. Sadly missed by: wife, Ethel Wilson; stepchildren, Geraldine, Rufus, James, Willie, Gloria, Anthony, Jamal and other members of the family. IN MEMORIAM Mother Beatrice Bacote, FUNERAL HOME 8205 DeVane Dr. p SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HONE 239-3101 HOME Or 258.0764 Infant Joshua Eugene 4605 34th Street McAllister, 22171/ 2th Ave. LADY ATTENDANT BRYANT AND WILLIAMS "WE GIVE THE BEST FUNERAL HOME FOR LESS." Mrs. Eva Murphy, 1901-5th PUBLIC NOTIC:E On July 25, 1985, at6:30 P.M., to be Davis Island Bay Circle Section continued on August 6, 1985 at 6 : 30 ZONING CLASSIFICATION: FROM P.M. in City Council Chamber, Jrd R-3A TOC-U Floor, City Hall 315 Kennedy, TamVICINITY: Davis Island Bay Circle pa, Florida, a public hearing will be LEGAL DESCRIPTION: held by Tampa City Council to conLots I, 2, 3 and 4 in Block II of sider the following petition( s) to DAVIS ISLANDS BAY CIRCLE rezone property: SECTION, as per map or plat thereof PETITION NO: Z85-98 recorded in Plat Book 10, Page 53 of PETITIONER: Diane Hull the Public Records of Hillsborough Rose Garden Acres Habana Ave and County, Florida, together with a per Curtis Ave. petual non-exclusive easment of ZONING CLASSIFICATION: From ingress and egress over, upon and R-1 To IP across the following described proper VICINITY: East of NE Corner of ty; The Southwester l y 25.0 feet of Habana & Curtis Ave. Lots 23 to 27, inclusive, Block II of LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Rose Garden DAVIS ISLANDS, Bay Circle Sec Acres: The west 75.0 feet of Lot 14, as lion according to map or plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 26, Pa2e 66, of recorded in Plat Book 10, Page 53, Public Records of Hillsborough Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida County, Florida, said Southwesterly PETITION NO: Z85-99 25.0 feet being more particularly PETITIONER: Violet M. Borrego described as that part of said Lots 5804 N. Rome Ave. lying Southwesterly of a line which is ZONING CLASSIFICATION: FROM parallel to and 25.0 feet Northeasterly R-IA TO R-2 from the Southwesterly boundaries of VICINITY: 2 Y z Blocks North of said Lots 23 to 27, inclusive; AND; Hillsborough West side of St reet on The Northwesterly 12.0 feet of Lot 23, Rome Block 11 of DAVIS ISLANDS, Bay LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Circle Section, according to map or LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF 5804 plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 10, North Rome Avenue Page 53 Public Records of ,Tract 55, W. E. Hamner's Rome Hillsborough County, Florida, said Avenue Estates, according to map or Northwesterly 12.0 feet being more plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book particularly described as that part of 26, Page 46 of the Public Records of said Lot 23 lying Northwesterly of a Hillsborough County, F lorida. line which is parellel to and 12.0 feet PETITION NO: Z85-101 Southeasterly from the Northwesterly Re-Piat of Drew Park The Northwesterly 12.0 feet of Lot 23, Plat Book 29 Page 70 Block 11 of DAVIS ISLANDS BAy PETITION NO: Z85-102 CIRCLE SECTION, according to PETITIONER: Associated General map or plat thereof recorded in Plat Contractors &: Service Investment Book 10, Page 53 of the Public Recor Realty Corp. ds of Hillsborough County, Florida, Fronting on Westshore Blvd. at the said Northwesterly 12.0 feet being foot of Laurel Street more particularly described as that ZONING CLASSIFICATION: From part of said Lot 23 lying NorthC-2 TO CU westerly of a line which Is parallel to VICINITY: Westshore Blvd. at Laurel and 12.0 feet Southeasterly from the Street Northwesterly boundary of said Lot LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 23. PARCEL NO.I PETITION NO: Z85-105 The South 150.0 feet of the north PETITIONER: R. James Robbins 725.0 feet of the south three-quarters One Blk. North of Bayshore Blvd. of the east one-half of' the west oneZONING CLASSIFICATION: FROM half of the south-east quarter of secR-IA TO R-1 (TH) lion 17, township 29 south, range 18 VICINITY: One Blk. north'of east, less the west 50.00 feet thereof Baysbore Blvd. for the right of way of Westsbore LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Boulevard and less the east 324.0 feet Lots 5 and 8, Block 4, Bayshore Place, PETITIONER: Thelma L. Moats boundary of said Lot 23. 4609 N. Clark between Alva and TOGETHER WITH: Cayuga Lots 23 to 27 inclusive In Block 11 of ZONING CLASSIFICATION: FROM DAVIS ISLANDS BAY CIRCLE C-1 TOC-2 SECTION, as per map or plat thereof VICINITY: 4609 N. Clark Between recorded in Plat Book 10 on Page 53 Alva and Cayuga of the Public Records of Hillsborough LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 14 Block County, Florida, 20 AND thereof. according to the Map .or Plat thereof PARCEL NO.2 In Plat Book 4, Page 3, Public ReTbe east 324.0 feet of the South 150.0 cords of Hillsborough County, In memor). of Mrs. Alice feet of the North 715.0 feet of the Florida Barnes James, who slept South three-quarters of the East onePETITION NO: Z85-106 half of the West one-half of section PETITIONER: Denver Leasing, Inc. peacefully away on July 24, 17, township 29 south, range 18 east, West of MacDill, East of Englewood, 1978. And in time there'll be less the east 30.-. :eet thereof for the South of Napoleon reunion far sweeter than rigbtofwayofTraskStreet. ZONING CLASSIFICATION: From words can say, with those who i PETITION NO: Z85-I03 RIA TO Rl have gone on and await US in PETITIONER: A. C. Martino, Esq VICINITY: West of MacDill, East of > = ="'I ... i = Q =-... e; = Moody Heights Subdivision Englewood, South of Napoleon L.A. RAIFORD this land of endless day. ZONING CLASSIFICATION: FROM LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Nov. 1921-July 1983 Sadly missed by your son, R-1 TOC-1 Lots 23, 24, 26 through 32 inclusive, In loving memory of Lola Willie James Levins; grandVICINITY: 2314 North "A" 1 Blk 35, 37 through 56 Inclusive, 57 A. Raiford. children and family. North of Kennedy & Y2 Blk E. Arthrough 63 inclusive, 77 through 86 H b d .-------....;.--, menia inclusive, 88 through 96 Inclusive, in us an Louis J ; PUGHSL.EY LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 2, Block 3 TROPICAL PINES SUBDIVISION, daughter, Tangela; grand-of MOODY HEIGHTS SUBaccording to map or plat thereof as C'l daughter, Niki Raiford FUNERAL. HOME DIVISION, as per map or plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 11 Page 20 of !'l'j 3402 26th STREET as recorded in Plat Book 3, page 54, the Public Records of Hillsborough z Spot Advertising As Impressive As Required public records of Hillsborouah Coun-County, Florida. CHARLES RELIFORD W k ty,Fiorida. Interested parties may appear and be Z or s As Inexpensive As Desired PETITION NO: Z85-104 beard at said hearing. .. .. ............


.. ::; Parttime Jan'itorial, Live-in cook needed for ,;. AVON Cook plus Hous ekeeper, ..., $5 00/h 1 d" t Beautifully Remodeled ..:: our. mme 1a e open-Boarding Home. Non-w $3.60 per hour. Must have ,..... f 1 253 2539 ants you to sell where you 3 bedroom / 1 bath, cement mgs or ma es. -or drinkers only. 247-6756. work or 1 0 your first aid or willing to study. 229 2939 block, new roof. VA $0 down, Q C all 225-1317, 9:30 a.m. S SEEKING ood. Call Now! Pat, p.m. FHA $1500 down, ;J EMPL ......__c.---------r------------1 $380/month, $37,400. SYSTEMS Si\n Up With Us Tod ay! r 876-0780. COORDJNATOR We're lp _oking for. exCRUISE SHIP JOBS AVON University Technical perienced people for Great income potential. All Looking for an opportunit y INVESTORS Services temporary and permanent occupations. For information to make money? Join the Potential gross $9,000 / year, Responsible for implemenassignments. call: (312) 742-8620, ext. 3J9. number one Beauty Company $5,000 down Spacious 4-unit tation, maintenance,. and Secretaries $5.50/hr. 1-------------l and earn SOlo of all your sales. apt bldg. Excellent rental working knowledge of various Typist $4.50/hr. For information caii68S-3227. area. Call Herman 248-6112 software packages that are usClerks $4.00/hr. Experienced seamtress 1--o......,lllllll-------.1 (days) or 248-6256 (eves.) ed in administration and Data Entry $4.50/hr. wanted at Massey's Cleaners, FOR SALE TOM P. MARTINO, Inc. academic application. T!Je Word Processors $6.00/hr. 3209 E. Hillsborough. REALTOR position has responsibilities 2811 W. Kennedy Blvd., N. $200 DOWN 2018 E. 7th Avenue for application software in104A Full time licensed hair-FHA TERMS stallation under CICS, MVS Dunmore UnLtd. dresser needed at Becky's 3 bedroom block home (less WEST TAMPA and VM as well as data securi-Personnel Salon, 5004 E. Sligh Ave. than rent). Move in today if Newly remodeled 3 / 1 in ty and integrity. Serve as 873-7726 .Yoq qualifr. nice neighborhood. Owner technical consultant to infor. ISLAND HARBOUR financed.. Only $1,500 mation systems development FACULTY POSITIPNS REALTY down $350 month. Pay off analyst and academic users. SENIOR SECRETARIES HCC AI Latter-251-3478 in \0 years. For more inforCoordinates activities of the (HCC) Hillsborough Community mation call 248-6256 eves. technical services team con-HCC immediate openings College invites candidates for -DON'T RENT FOREVER sisting of a Computer Systems for Senior Secretary positions. open facuUy positions ... to Nice 3 I 1, quiet HOMES FOR SALE ; Analyst Supervisor and Com-Duties involve advanced start with the Fall Term neighborhood, clean, only S bedrooms, clean $28,000. puter Systems Analyst. stenographic and clerical (8/22/85). Disciplines and $28,000 with $3, 000 down. Owner financing. 237-1625. 3 Bachelor's degree in relevant responsibilities and function-minimum qualifications 8 016 N. Alaska. For more info 3 bedrooms, great area, field and a minimum of 3 ing as an administrative aide follow: call Herman, 248-6112 (days) $49,900. Owner financing. ;:. years relevant experience to the unit supervisor. ACCOUNTING or 248-6256 (eves). 237-1625. ,i beyond the bachelor's level reMinimum Qualifications: Mas. deg with 18 grad. TOM P. MARTINO, Inc. 3 bedrooms/2 baths, quired. Preference will be High school (or sem. hours in field. REALTOR $25,000. Handyman special! given to applicants who equivalency) and 3 years of DATA PROCESSING 2018 E. 7th Avenue 237-1625. possess: S years professional secretarial/clerical & typing Mas. deg. with 18 grad. EXECUTIVE HOME experience, 2 of which at a experience ( or comparable sem. hours in field and AREA $146,500. Great Temple Superv o 1 1 b k d t f t & teach1"ng ab1"l1"ties 1"n RPG, 3 B 12 Terrace location. Room for IS ry eve ; ac groun amoun o rammg exR bath, family ln MVS AND CICS S t ) AI t 60 PASCHAL, COBOL, FOR' tennis court. 237-1625. ys ems; penence so, mus type room, central heat and air, Knowledge of SAS and inforwpm and take dictation at 80 TRAN, etc. intercom system, w/w SUN-BELT REALTY matics products, including wpm. (Tests required). DEVELOPMENTAL tNGLISH carpet, concrete block, nice Assoc. Inc., Realtor MARK IV, ANSWER/DB, Application deadline: J. uly Bach. degree plus work exneighborhood. All terms and MARK V. Salary range: 31, 1985. pr. iQ discipline and/or grad. available. HOME BUYERS $21,110 $38,000 open (starPlease call Persomiel Office training to MUST SELL FAST! BARGAINS OF THE WEEK ting salary negotiable up to (879-7222, Ext. 230) for apteaching. DAVID BOWERS, Agent 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, $29,560 based on experience). pointment to take typing & DEVELOPMENTAL MATH ; $26,000; $300 down payment. Send resume by August 8, shorthand tests. Bach. deg. plus work expr. Nice large 3 bedroom/1 1985 to: HILLSBOROUGH in discipline and/or grad. bath, $27,200; $1,500, you Director University COMMUNITY COLLEGE training appropriate to finance. Computing Services Personnel Dept. teaching. (One year/-non1302 N. Nebraska Ave. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, SVC 409USF 39 Columbia Drive tenure track). 229-2376 $44,000; $400 down I Tampa, Fl. 33620 (Davis Islands) HORTICULTURE t---------...... (West). 1:1 AHirmatlve EOE 1 B h d d 2 FHA HOMES ;:: Tampa, F a. 33606 ac eg. an years releLow down payment. Small Nice spacious 4 bedrooms, 3 :! ======================:;1 vant exp. (Mas. deg. prefermonthly payment. Quick ocbathrooms, $45,000; as is. :I OPERATION HIRE red. cupancy. Call for free inforYou finance. HUMAN SERVICES mation. Call Today! Office ; Mas. deg. with 18 grad. VOERANS 933-9157; res. 623-6193. ;:: sem. hours in field with major v A 0 money down, 00 closLorrie Underwood e ---' ._ __ -. subject area in psychology ing cost. Fast occupancy. Free Lie. R.E. Salesman rn social work or human services. information. Progreulve Developers MATHEMATICS OWN A HOME FOR LESS t---------il...... Top Selula l'ropallv Aa-Y .._ __ llew8nha,_ __ c-JOIN SHERIFF LAMAR'S #1 TEAMI THE ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE, ORLANDO, WILL DEFINITELY BE HIRING OVER 100 CORRECfiONAL OFFICERS! The tremendous growth of our Correctional Facilities has created openings for individuals who desire interesting and rewarding careers with numerous growth opportunities. We offer an attractive benefits package and a starting salary of Mas. deg. with 18 grad. FOR RENT sem. hours in field. (One THAN RENT 2,3 and 4 bed rooms, low Spac1o 2 bed year/non-ture track). us room apt., .. NURSING down payment. Free informac_entral utilities parBSN and Mas. deg. in Nui'stion. hally paid. Grant Park area. WALT BREWER Cit S t" 8 ing or Education. Y ec 1on accepted, OPTICIANRY REALTY $275/month plus deposit Licensed Optician in Florida Call 985-8361, ask for An( or eligible in in another state) GREAT FORECLOSURES ,_.d_r.,.e_!V plus Bach. deg. and 2 years in 3 bedrooms/1 bath, new opticianry. roof, concrete block asking SONOGRAPHY $37,000, $400 down. Registered Diagnostic 3 bedrooms/1 bath, conSonogapher in OB/GYN and crete block, asking $26,000, Abdominal, with 2 years clin$300 down. cal expr. (Bach. deg. prefer4 bedrooms/3 baths, con105% So. 22nd St. 2 bedroom apt., water paid, deposit $160, first month's rent $250, appliances included (stove and refrigerator). Call 247-2893 between S & 7 p.m. red). crete block, asking $45,000, Salar-Y based 00 education $2,250 down 2 bedroom duplex for rent, and experience. Application DUPLEX West Tampa, $335/month. Deadline: JULY 26, 1985. 3 bedrooms/1 bath plus 2 CH/ A. Call 223-5214. If you are interested in obtaining more information, com. Please call Personnel Office bedroom/. Asking $31,900 1-----------... plete the coupon below and mail NO LATER THAN ( 879 7222 Ext. 230 ) for Faculwith $1,595 down. 2 bfdrrom apt.,.2304-12th $15,537. WED., JULY 31,1985, to: t A 1 WEST TAMPA Street. Ca11971-4966 for more y pp 1cahon or send letter, Oran .. CountySheriH'sOHice 6 rooms 3 bedrooms/1 b th information. resume and suppport1" ng a 1-------------EmployRelations Dlvlslf 1 t P. o.llox 1440 papers (including copies of e5400s ucco, asking $44,000 Double or single room for il" Orlanclo, Florlclo 32102 available transcripts) to: wit down. rent. Must be working people, ............................ Director of Personnel dr54oo 5 m 5 s 00/2 ba!hth fra$m500 e, single or couple. For more in; ADDRESS;____________________ HILLSBOROUGil down. WI formation call 248-5585 COMMUNITY COLLEGE For more information call: Furnished rooms for rent, P.O. Box 22127 Progreulve Real Estate 1216 12th Ave. Clean and ... ........... .. .... .. 3 ....... L ...... ...... i


............................................................ Neighborhood CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921...:..CLASSIFIED HOUSE FOR RENT Apt. for rent by week or by It's Here! As .advertised in PRIVATE INVESTORS 8 2679 month. 989-02 71. """''"""''The Dick Will consider any situation. a.....::C:.:.a:_ll_a:_f_te_r_5...:.,P_m_. _24_-__ Plan." Distrib6tors Homeowners only. 963-0565 2 bedrooms, $250/month. 1 MONEY TALKSI Call 248-6222 evenings (days); 963-1956 (nights). bedroom, $220/month. 105 1 bedroom CB building, 1-----------.. 2718 -12th Avenue. 2..1\IL .. AnENTION: W. Francis. 883-4373. you can have a Senior Citizens, Groups, .. .. .. rfR\vEAFSRHIEGRE,RAT O DR RyE R Private Schools, Churches and Small apartment by week or rent with facilities. or Clubs, lady has bus for hire. month. 932-2856. Call 237-2808. t FREEZER starting as low as Reasonable rates. Call 1st week. Fast Free 626-3664. 111 duplex, $50 week, $125 Apartment and room for Delivery-Fast Free service.l------------'1 deposit. 2318 Walnut. Drive rent. 223-2181. Call Buddy Now! If you have been planning to by then call 932-3077. lose weight, now is the time to W 8 L d A A do it. Call 677-3944 or Room For Rent month 1804 e U)' an ny rea. C II H 248 6111 221-1548 and order Dick Mature Person or persons. 237 1371 a erman, or .. ----248 6256 Gregory's Bahamian Diet. Couple preferred. Call: eves. Nice clean private rooins for Tom P. Martino You'll be glad you did. 237-5251. 1 Inc. Realtor ____ .,...._ ...... nice clean working peop e. MONY TO LEND MONEY TALKSI Private, reasonable, furnished 2018 E. 7th Ave. Loans up to 1 and 2 bedroom apts for and all included.l____ $15,000. "llo Credit Checks. rent, a/c. I & M Apts., 1002 254-3975. MORTGAGE LOANS Tom P. Martino, Inc., Lemon St. 258-5151. No Credit Check! Realtor BR t Small frame house for rent, 2018 E 7th A Unfurnished 1 ap Tony Muniz. Jr. ve. Cl d 2 bedrooms, living room, h 2 8 6111 2305-15th St. ean an Licensed Mtg. Bkr. P : 4 reasonable. 238-3244. chen, bath. Section' 8 6304 N. Nebraska Ave. a.;;.;.;;;.;....;;.;... ___ 253-2965, after 4. LOW INTEREST Furnished rooms for __ MORTGAGES 2204 Chipco. Clean, WEST TAMPA Call UsWe Can Help! reasonable, refrigerator, cook1 or 2 bedroom(s) frame We buy Homes and Lots ACCURATE MORTGAGE ing facilities. 238-3244. apt. for rent. Carpeting. For Cash. BROKER $50 ANTHONY & 1 Bedroom $195 a month or a S 14540 N. Florida Avenue. 335 ASSOCIATE week, water included. 2 Call Alan, days, 96. 3-0565; Duplexes REALTOR Stove' refrigerator' air' .;2;;,38;;,-..;1.;.69;..7;.;;._-; 6304 N. Nebraska nights, 963-1956. carpet, burglar bars. 3110 11th 2 Bedroom Duplex 237-5011 We buy Homes. Any CondiAve and 402 Amelia. Call: F or Rent GORDY'S lion. Any Area. 621-4166 after 7 P.M. 1213 15th Ave. East Side AIR-CONDITIONING & Tom P. Martino ROOMS FOR RENT Apt. $100 oeposit. $240 Per HEATING Inc., Realtor COLUMBUS DRIVE/ Month. Call: 238-0353. Sec-All appliances oil, gas, 2018 E. 7th Ave. FLORIDA AVE. tion 8 Welcome. electrical, refrigerators and 1----....;;2;..;4..;8_-6;;.1.;.1.;.1.;... ___ Furnished, neat, clean and 1---.;_--------"'1 freezers, ice. machine, a/c, HOME IMPROVEMENTS 10SY2 So. 22nd 1 C II reasonable. 238-3244 or washers dqers. a Quality work. All types. 988 2587 2 bedroom apt. for rent, 223-9233. 11--------..... -_, water paid, deposit $160, lstl-----------"1 Repairs, remodeling, and new THRIFT SALE onstruction. Class A license ROOMS FOR RENT month's rent, $250. Ap ... Th F d S n orn ntractor. 238-3244 or Large furnished rooms with pliances included (stove and urs; n. an u c er burglar bar door, near Florida refrigeratQr). Call 247-2893 Central & Adalee (in front of _____ ..._ .. Avenue. Newly remodeled. p.m .. Bathroom and kitchenl-----....;.------1 privileges. $45/week plus Room for rent, $15.00 deposit required. $45.00/week, elderly man on253-2539 or 229-2939. Jy. No drunker, no dope user, a--1-st__M_O ...... N_T_H-'S_R_E_N_T---t no smoking inside of house. FREE 242-6691. $200 Moves You In Limited time period. Come grow with us! Spacious 2 bedroom un Section 8 only. 1 bedroom home, 3212 Lindell Ave. 237-1371. furnished apt., electric apRoom for rent, $45/weekly. pliances, security guard livWould like real nice religiousing on premises. 231-4745. hearted 2909 JEFFERSON ST Section 8 only. 2 bedroom Furnished apt. for rent. home, 8015 N. lOth St. large 2 bedrooms, $220 per 237-1371. ,,. month plus deposit. Phone: ADULlS 229-7133 or 251-3610. Furnished apartments ROOMS FOR RENT rooms. Very nice and co 2nd Avenue, Ybor City, nient Jocation."228-9538. neat and clean, reasonable, 1-------------1 refrigerator and cooking facilities. 238-3244 or URGENT!! Section 8 Appl. Seeking 3 BR CB home in Palm River Clair Mel or Progress Village $45/weekly,lst and last week's area. Call Carol, 242-6223 rent ($90) moves you in. after 6 p.m. 248-5444. NEW APT. 2212 20th Ave Apt. B Modern 2 bedroom apt., carpet and central air, hook up for washer/dryer in den, no children, no pets. Phone: 248-0138 between 8-10 a.m. or 3-5. MISCELLANEOUS Behind In House Payments? I Can Help! Call: 855-5133. 24 Hrs. $$1 BUY HOMES$$ Any area. Any condition. Fast service. Call Alan, days, 963-0565; nights, 963-1956. REWARD $5-$500 For Your Junk Car Fast Free Pickup 626-6124 Y&W IMMEDIATE RESULTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY g-ernunaiiM& cuuaAe-or-nitNHL& t:hZUie .:Tmkiduaf {ijy.d {JHUr-ol Jer-oiceu INCLUDING PAP SMEARS, VD SCREENING, ALL METHODS OF BIRTH CONTROL Clean-Up Day < Neighborhood Watch embracing the area from 25th to 30th Streets, and from 14th to 19th Avenues, will be out N Saturday, July 27, to get started on the Wells Sub-..,. Division Clean-Up Day. Volunteers will have breakfast 1.11 at 7 A.M., at the American Legion Hall, and trucks will begin to roll at 8 o'clock. Residents are asked to neatly place all unwanted items, such as old furniture, yard trash, tires and lumber up to 6 ft., in front of their houses. It will be picked up by the Sanitation Department and American Legion members. No appliances will be taken. Those wishing to volunteer for the street and lot clean-up may contact Betty B. Kitchen, 248-9700 New Fall At Term Erwin College expenses too high? Want a good job skill with great employment benefits? Well Erwin Vo-Tec Center has these alternatives for you. Center is part of the Hillsborough County School System, therefore, tuition is very low. The Center is now taking applications for courses that will begin in August. There are vacancies in: Den tal Assisting, Medica Assisting, Optometric Assisting, Residential & Com mercial Carpentry, Culinary Arts (Commercial Foods), Printing & Graphics, Welding, Masonry, Industrial Electrici ty, Plumbing & Pipefitting, ;: Floriculture, Secretarial/ Q. Word Processing and many others. ? For further information 1 please call or visit the Center at 2010 E. Hillsborough, phone 238-8631. 248-1921' SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Dis cou aged, Influenced Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Anytime. Daily Blessings. 677-2971 see your dull, faded hair become younger looking, dark and lus trous. WONT lfUfl OFF Olf WASH OUT Try... BLACK STRAND HAIR Today! 8E USED 8Y liEN 011 WOMEN BLACK STRAND =-t:"rl Q. Q = (IJ


.... .. ..... .. ........ .... ............ Chief Newberger Eases The Fears Fronk's Of Two Robles Park Residents s ., I According to Chief Don Newberger of the Tainpa Police Department, two unidentified Robles Park residents who met with him Monday afternoon left his office feeling relieved about police efforts to combat the drug trafficking in their neighborhood. Along with Chief BY PATIY AI. .. LEN Sentinel Staff Writer them on what is happening." The chief criticized a recent article i n the local daily newspaper, which reported of the Robles Park residents' complaints brought before the Tampa City Council. Newberger, Maj. Jimmy Stall ings and Maj. A. C. McClane gave the residents "an indepth intelligence briefing on what is going on," Chief Newberger explained. "We are starting to get favorable comments from the people, who see something is happening" with the drug trafficking, he claimed. IIJ. an earlier interview Chief Newberger stated that the department plans to "do more long range investigations" in "They were not aware that a Task Force formed in the mid dle of May has made 500 drug related cases; with 102 charged in the last two months in the Robles Park area with heroin, cocaine and marijuana posses sion," the police chief stated. "We have served five search warrants, seized 21 firearms, and closed down two illegal liquor establishments.'' -In Chief' Newberger's opi nion, "They (the Robles Park residents) were more appreciative and enlightened. They were not aware of the ef forts we have tried to make in the last 90 days." CHIEF DON NEWBERGER The Sentinel was unable to contact the two residents since, according to Chief Newberger, they wanted to keep their identities secret for fear of retribution from the drug dealers in the area. "This is a situation where we encourage meeting more frequently, so the residents will understand that enforce ment efforts are being made," Chief Newberger maintained. "I would like to meet the peo. pie in their homes to brief order to reduce the drug supp ly. He has since added that the department has made arrangements with the Hillsborough County State Attorneys Office, ''identify repeat offenders. They have agreed to work with us to diligently prosecute (suspects) an9 put them He also explained that the dope line, which went into ef fect one month ago, has not contributed to any significant arrests. But "it will provide intelligence information to develop a case against these people." Black Attorneys Meet In Chicago National Bar Association President Arthenia L. Joyner, head of the nation's oldest and largest Black bar association, announced that the NBA 60th Annual Meeting is convening July 21-27, 1985 at the Plamer House Hotel in Chicago, Il linois, will address the theme "Economic Strength Through Professional Ex. cellence." Honorable Myron Thompson, Judge, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama, will provoke at the presidential "Critical Civil Rights Issues, 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, July 24, 1985. Grassroots organizers will also share their perspectives. Other topics on the seminar schedule. include: "Tax Shelters," "A Primer on Fair Hous_ing, "The Impact of Antitrust Principles On Physi cwn Reimbursement &: "It is time we bring our legal minds together and ad dress the economic growth and stability of ourselves as individuals and of our Associa tion," Joyner proclaimed "Economic strength has been an echo in the minds of many it is now a goal the Associa' tion must quickly master if we are to remain viable and con tinue our thrust as the 'Voices for Equal Justice.' Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of California will address the NBA Judicial Council awards luncheon, 12:00 noon, Hospital Staff Privileges'' and ''International Commercial Arbitration. The NBA affiliate chapter, Cook County Bar Associa tion, headed by Thomas R. Sumner, will host the 60th An nual Convention. NBA Presi dent Elect Fred D. Gray; an Alabama attorney, will assume leadership of the Association at the close of the convention. Wednesday, July 24, 1985. The Honorable Maxine' Waters of the California Assembly will address the con vention's closing awards ban quet, 7:00 p.m., Friday, July 26, 1985. A distinguished faculty of experts will enhance the con vention's continuing legal education pr ram. The Economic parity, improving professionalism and 'simple justice' will rank high among the issues to be aired during the NBA 60th Annual Con vention. Nationally renowned speakers will challenge the at torneys to develop strategies enhancing the legal profession which will translate into an increased economic base. At, I torney Emma I. Darnell, Ex ecutive Director, Economic Opportunity Atlanta, will set the tone at the conventio n keynote session, 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, July 23, 1985. The Honorable Alan E. Broussard, 248-1921 FREE BLESSED MONEY PRAYER CLOTH 813-238-1163 Spiritual Advisor Di,;ine Healer, Metaphysician, balist, Marriage Counselor, Worker, Spiritual supplies. Hel all of life's problems. Write Bishop Kelly, P.O. Box 11832 Fla. 33680 FOR RENT 2-Bedroom Apt. 918. 14th Ave. (Over Main House) $60 PER 5180 Security Deposit Plus First Week's Rent Moves You ln. All Utilities Paid By Apt. Owner. Flo. Sentinei-Bulletin-248-1921 --- Residential Commercial Financin2 Arranged Burglar Bars Railings Hrr Escapes Stairways Weldings Ornamentals Licensed Insured Bonded FRANK E. JOHNSON ... Owner Free Home Security Tips THE GREAT REV. MAKO SPIRITUAL READER, HEALER, AND ADVISOR Tells past, present and future. He knows all, tells all. If you are sick and in bad health. Knows your enemies! Is your loved one drifting away? Do you need money? If you have a Curse or Bad Spell he can help you break the bad luck. One visit can or maybe solve all your problems. His specialty is getting the sick well and reuniting the loved ones. Lucky Days and Num bers are given.. IF YOU NEED HELP DON'T HESITATE COME NOW, LATER MAY BE TOO LATE .COME BY OFFICE OR CALL 234-2241, 219 W. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. 4 BLOCKS WEST OF 1-75, TAMPA. BUS RIDE FROM ANYWHERE. ,CLIPTHIS Purchasers must own chase financing lor all sales These properties may contain violations. Please contact a reahor of your 'choice Ia see or bid on any of the properties listed. HUD reserves the right to reject PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE FOR CASH, WITHOUT WARRANTY IN THEIR "AS-IS" CONDITION. AND ARE NOT EliGIBlE FOR FHA INSURED lOANS. or all bids and to waive any mality or irregularity in any bids. Bids will not be accepted direct from a bidder. All bids MUST BE mitted thro.ugh a real estate broker. HUD will pay a portion of the closing casts if requested in oHer !O pur-NEW LISTINGS Lls!lng Date: July 19, 1985 TAMPA 093-199075 16020 Dawnvlew Dr. 53,650 2/1.5 093-202378 3011 JeHerson St. 21,400(LBP) 3!1 093-t83086 5905 lynn Ave. 45,000 4/3 093-218435 2829 Morgan St. 25,000(LBP) 3/1.5 093-140364 1209 New Orleans Ave. 10,000(LBP)3!1 093-203858 6567 Spanish Moss Clr. 58,000 4/2 093-209780 13929 VIllage VIew Dr. 41,900 2/1 093-213210 1007 "E" Bay N (Duplex) 31,900(LIP) 3-2/1 093-220987 100228th Ave E. 23,250(LBP) 2/1 LAKELAND 093-209156 62171ncllan Lane 52,000 3/2 093-200714 3963 Florlcla Ave. N 32,800 3/2 WINTER HAVEN 093-197029 133 Varner VIllas Dr. SW 42,500 3/2 All sealed and identifiable bids on above properties must be date stomped in the Tampa HUD office by 4:15p.m., July 29, 1985 The Bid Opening date at the Tampa HUD office an this offering is 9:00a.m., July 30, 1985. Properties listed below are available until sold or relisted under 10 day: sealed.-bid period: I TAMPA 093-199494 2912 Hlghlancl Ave. N 25,500(LBP) 3/1 093-131608 3312 Price Ave. 21,650(LBP) 3/1 093-193966 6905 Rhoclelslancl Dr. 30,500 3/2 093-202770 10206 Turtle Hill Ct. 42,500 2/1 093-217647 8614 th St. N 23,500(LBP) 2/1 093-202121 3113 16th St. 25,950 3/1 093-188093 19th Ave. 27,200 3/1 TEMPLE TERRACE 093-216717 4601 Puritan Rei. 39,000 1/1 LUTZ C)93-204317 1921 Gregory Dr. 57,400 2/2 WAUCHULA 093-204563 35 Chamurlaln Blvcl. 14,750 3/1 (LBP} Indicates $500 escrow deposit for elimina-l1on of lead !;lase paint hazard. .QUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY HUD DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 700 TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA, FLORIDA 33601


COLUMBUS, Ohio A man who spent nearly five years in prison for crimes he did not commit won $717,500 in his suit against the state. William Bernard Jackson, 33, had sought $1 million as compensation for his im prisonment from Oct. 13, 1977, to Sept. 24, 1982, for two rape convictions. Dr. Edward Franklin Jackson, not related, later was convicted of 32 rapes in the Columbus area and sentenced to more than 200 years in prison. Police said the two Jacksons were similar in appearance. Legislation was passed by the General Assembly to clear the way for William Jackson to sue state in the Court of Claims. Judge John Maxwelf.award ed William Jackson $67,500 for loss of earnings while in prison, $200,000 for loss of liberty and separation from family and friends, $200,000 for injuries and adjustment difficulties due to incarcera tion, $100,000 in damage to his reputation, and $150 000 for legal expenses. William Jackson contended he was stabbed five times while imprisoned at the 40,11. The ruin of most men dates from 78,66. some idle moment. 82,66. ;;!I ;;;;;;; .;:::;!;;;;;;=..l.j YES! We Can Solve Your Plumbing Problems! Repair ServiceRemodeling Ne. w Installations MICHAEL R. REEVES Electric Sewer And Drain Cleaning For All Your Plumbing Needs Call REEVES PLUMBING COMPANY Good Thru July 30th 38-4348 #CF25588 REGGIE WHITE What could have been a 20-year sentence for 30-year old Reggie White turned out to be a 4-year sentence for obstruction of justice. Pro secutors had asked for the stif fer sentence. White was found guilty of lying on several different occa. sions during a federal in vestigation and to the federal grand jury that was in vestigating political corruption in Hillsborough County as well as criminal activity. White was at first a witness for the federal government, but became its defendant when he said he had lied to in vestigators and the grand jury. Southern Ohio Correctional Facility at Lucasville. MANILA LOUNGE 2620 E. 7th Ave. w EDNESDA Y NIGHT L.IVE ENTERTAINMENT STARLIGHT BAND Featuring SHARON MOORE THURSDAY NIGHT BIKINI CONTEST CASH $ J 75 SUNDAY NIGHT KING FL.IRT & NIAL.E REVUE ALL ACTION STARTS 9 P.M. YOUR D.J. FLOYD "JOY" RIVERS Sonji J. Coney, 19, 3090 Wren Ln Mulberry, Fla., reported to police that an unidentified suspect burglariz ed an automobile belonging to Essau J. Coney, 41, same ad dress, and fled the scene at 3942B S. Dale Mabry Hwy. with a stereo and speakers valued at $300. Approximately $100 was taken by an unidentified suspect, according to police reports, who fled the scene at Louise's Place, 3720 E. Buf falo Ave. Darlene Michelle Brown, 28, 1601 E. North Bay, reported the incident. Two known male suspects, according to police reports, assaulted Lilay Merach, 46, 117 Delaware, Apt. 3, and fled the scene at the corner of N. Blvd. and W. Kennedy Blvd with $1 ,000 in cash. According to police reports, and unidentified culprit unlawfully entered a locked vehicle which belonged to Ms. Zeda Ann Parker, 29, 2808 N. Highland, and fled the scene at the same location with $600 in cash and a purse valued at $30 It was reported to police that an unidentified male juvenile fled the scene at 2605 Chelsea St., with a bicycle valued at $90, and belonging to Ms. Barbara Jean Faison 36, 4009 28thSt.. N. Gail Denise West, 25, 1002 Lemon, Apt. 108, and John Reed, 42, 724 Plymouth, reported to police that an unknown culprit held up the Double Decker Bar, 1001 W Cass, and fled the scene with $328 in cash. Merchandise valued at $800 was taken by an unidentified suspect, according to police reports, who fled the scene at 2604 E. Emma. The items were the property of Ms. Elaine Smalls, 44, Moret Ct., Apt. 123. Clothing valued at $587, Psychic-Spiritualist Madame Ann Solves all life's problems. Answers all your questions. Madame Ann can and will help you! Results Where Others Have Failed. 6025% N. Dale Mabry I Blk. N. Of Hillsborough 875-4697 Bus Stop No. 40 and belonging to Ms. Henderson, 33, 3801 N. Nebraska Ave., Apt. 19, were .... taken by a known male Ul suspect, police stated, who fl-ed the scene at 3801 N. Nebraska Ave., Apt. 19. Ms. Gloria Jean Keaton, 22, 4714 S Trask, Apt. 2, and Ms. Michelle Yvette Hill, 20, 471 S. Trask, Apt. 6, reported to police that an unidentified culprit burglarized their car, and fled the scene at the corner of 7th Ave. and 26th St. with $140 in cash, a watch valued at $100, and $70 worth of miscellaneous i terns. A bicycle valued at $150 and belonging to Sassarree Watson, 45, 1915 Gray St., was taken by an unidentified suspect, according to reports, who fled the scene at the same location. DRUG ARRESTS According to the police ::s -reports, the following in; dividuals were arrested and ftl charged with possession of marijuana: while at 1623 E. E. 4th Ave. James Tyrone [ Carswell, 18, 1710 Wishing ; Well Way; while at 5523 W. -c Cypress St. David Leon g. Smith, 23, 3607 24th Ave.; while at the corner of N A 2nd : St. and E. Chel s ea Ave -Renwick L. Wanser, 25, 2804 N. 22nd St.; while at 602 W Palm Floyd Irvin McC o y 23, 957 Jame s Ave S., S t. tooo! Peter s burg ; and while at the ; c orner of N. 30t h S t. and E. I'll O sborne Ave. Isaac Sylvester Clarke, 33, 5508 > = c. Courtland St. The police reports further showed that the following suspects were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to deliver: while at the corner of N. 30th St. and E. OsborneArchie Washington, 32, Box 222 Rock Hill Rd.; and while at the corner of N. 35th St. and E. Chelsea Ave. -Jasper Mills, 26, 6710 Woodville St., Apt. 193. ... -.




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