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Curtis Lane Becomes First Black Major All The News Fit To FLORIDA r--. 1 I entinel _-r:. (SEE STORY ON PAGE3-A) ullefin 35C Print AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY "-110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 68 TAMPA; FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Group Helps Mothers Get Child Support (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A) Suspect Shoots Man In Back A.M.E. WOMEN HAVE ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP BREAKFAST One of the events of the Eleventh Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church Conference, held at several sites in Tampa this week, was the Ministers' Wives Fellowship Breakfast at Allen Temple. The address was by Mrs Kathleen B. Gordon, center 1st Vice President, Orlando Conference. Mrs. Annie C. Champion, left, presided; and the speaker was introduced by Mrs. Nora Woodard, right. The Right Reverend Bishop P. Cousin i s the presiding Bishop. Mrs. M. Joan Cousin is the Episcopal Supervisor. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A) PETERSON-BLACKELLA VOWS EXCHANGED Harriet Denise Peterson and Dilbert Hue Blackella were married Saturday by the Rev. L. R. Stancil, at New Bethel Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Eva Peterson. The groom i s the son of Mrs. Hyacinth Malcolm, and Mr. Winston Blackella. The couple will reside in Tampa.


................................................ Tampa Eagles Host ''This Is Your Life'' Recently elected Hillsborough County Corn missioner Rubin Padgett will ;.. be the topic of (iiscussion on Sunday evening, August 25, when the Tampa Eagles Foot; ball, Inc. honors him with I'll c: 0 ..... .= 0 = I ..... .. ''This Is Your Li.fe." The fundraising event for the non-profit charter organization will be held at the Rodeway Inn, 1-4 and 50th S t. The event will be co-sponsored by the Ybor City Boys and Girls Club. According to Bobby Wilds, President of the Tampa Eagles, Inc., the selection committee chose Commis sioner Padgett as its honoree for the fourth annual roast "for his accomplishments, especially for his drive and not giving up, particularly since this was his second try in politics. The Eagles organiza tion thought he should be recognize d for his dedication "This event is not only to honor Commissioner Padgett, but to raise funds for the organization to help in conti nuing to keep the kids off the streets," he stated. The Tampa Eagles Football organization is one of the few organizations that consumes 9507o of all expenses, including insurance for all players. Most of the funds are raised through BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor COM. RUBIN PADGETT individual contributions and fund raising activities. One of the unique aspects.. of the organization is that there is only a $1 registration fee whereas some other organiza tions charge as much as $50 to sustain their organization s. "We are dedicated to inspiring our young men and women through sports," Wild s sai d. "Therefore, we can not place a burden on the parents with an unreachable fee." For Commissioner Padgett, it is more than an honor for the organization to single him out. "I've always been con cerned with our youth," he said. "They need role models in the community and my concern is to do whatever I can .. to make sure their goals are higher than drugs. We must our kids to meet the challenge that's coming to this county. As role models we have to spend more time with our youth and be visible among them so as to make some impact on their lives." Commissioner Padgett says there are many who would now look down on public housing when he wa1. a much younger man he was among those who believed public housing was very respectable. "I lived there myself," he stated. "One thing I try to convey upon youth is that no matter where they live, they are just as important as the next per son. And, that you are somebody and can make it. Just because your family rents, or they don't have one of the finest jobs around, you are still somebody," he .says he tells youth. Roaster s on the program in clude family members of the commissioner, childhood friends, per sona l friends, cam paigners when he was a can didate for City Council, those who worked during his recent campaign, members of the business community and others. "CC c: < Council Tabled Budget Items To Insure Police Protection For In a late evening meeting Thursday, the Tampa City Council had to table several 1! items on the Mayor's budget '5 until they could be assured := that the residents of Robles Park public housing complex =would get more visible police c: ;: protection. .,!! For the past two weeks, "S residents of the community have gone before the council 'i complaining of the need for ;: additional protectio_n. C: However, in the earlier council meeting Thursday morning, = residents continued to corn plain that they have not seen any additional police officers patrolling the area. Because no administrators had met with the residents, Councilman Perry Harvey suggested that all other matCOUNCILMAN HARVEY m i? j, ters be put aside until the pro blem in Robles Park could be worked out. The immediate solution of fered by Public Safety Ad ministrator Robert Smith was to use already budgeted over time funds to increase ... the Restaurateur Accused Of Not Serving Blacks police protection in that com munity. At least 10 additional police are scheduled to begin today working 2 p. m. until 3 a. m. each day. Much of the $438 000 in the overtime fund has been used, however, Smith s aid the project could be funded three weeks. Councilman Harvey is con cerned with the residents and their plight. "I'd like to see the projects like it used to be when I was a child where people were instilled with pride. There are some still there. If we can get rid of the criminal elements, then try to clean it up," he said referring to litter in the areas, illegally parked cars, etc., "then we can again instill pride in the residents." Councilman Harvey said he would like get a working agreement with the Housing Authority, City Administrators and the Police Dept. to alleviate some of these problems. ALEXANDRIA, Va. A view that the Bill of Rights did Patricia, repeatedly testified white restaurant owner accusnot apply to "dark people." Wedne s day that they have ed of refusing to serve a black He also said McKoy posted a never had a policy against ser wornan and her children went sign in his restaurant in 1967 ving blacks. on trial b efore an all-white that reads: "We have been unJackson, 50, a black civil jury Wednesday and admitted constitutionally told who we rights activist, contends she on the stan d that he once sai d can serve." was denied service December the Constitution does not pro-The 61-year-old rural at McKoy's Belvoir teet blacks restaurateur served a 30-day Restaurant near the s mall "I just told them what I jail sentence earlier this year community of Marshall, Va. thought,' Roy McKoY after admitting he refused to The lawsuit says Jackson testified under que stioning in serv e a black person in 1983 in and her two daughter s, Denise U.S. District Court about a defiance of a 17-year-old Johnson, 27, and Debrah HOUR DAILY 4 til 6 2 4-12 oz. BTL' S 9.49 CASE 24-12 OZ BTL' S 9.99 CASE 24-12 OZ. 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McKoy Williams 29, were told by torney general's office in 1967. has pleaded guilty to contempt that his restaurant was Victor Glasberg attorney of court twice before for violaalthough the plaintiffs GOOD SUN .. JULY 28 for plaintiff Lori Jackson in tions of the order in 1967 and said they could see a white INAilEASOPINSUteAY .._ discrimination suit, noted that 1974. woman was drinking a cup of tAYLOR caua29 r CHUUS I.SLTR. ... ...................


P Get Child Support > romotion To Police Major BY PATTY ALLEN "' During a Thursday afterBY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel St:iff Writer noon press conference, Police Sentinel Staff Writer existmg problems dealing with Twenty-five-year-old Sheila Chief Don Newberger and drugs, robberies, ect. We must L Allen is one of CAD D's Public Safety Administrator Maj Lane explained that he help each other." (Children Against Deadbeat Robert L. Smith jointly an-will have an input into policy Maj. Lane further added, Dads) success stories. nounced the promotion of making. But as of this time, he "Instead of team policing, my The single-parent mother Captain Curtis Lane to Police hasn't received an assignment. concept is community polickept running into roadblock s Major. "The first thing plan on ing." everytime she tried to obtain According to Chief doing, and this is wherever. I. Since joining the departfinancial assistance from her Newberger, Maj Lane is now go, is to try and bring the ment in July of 1972; Maj. daughter's father, who is in the highest ranking black and department to the Lane has served in the uniform the Force. the first black to achieve this community," the 41-year-old districts; in tactical, detective "I had gone to HRS.(tJ.ous title. The promotion becomes Tampa native stated. "My oband staff inspections divisions; ing and Rehabilitative Ser effective on July 28. jective i s to work in and with and has been consistently acvices), the Court Commission "I'm overwhelmed and very the community and get the tive in minority recruitment. Office the State Attorney's greatful," Maj. Lane exclaimcommunity to help us. We He is a graduate of the FBI Office, and Legal Aid of ed "It is an honor to serve on have to have community inNational Academy, and has a Hillsborough County in order the staff of the police departvolvement; and in turn if we degree in criminology. to collect my child support," ment." work jointly, we can solve the He was promoted to CapAllen explained. "The only Police Chief newly promoted Maj. Curtis Lane, and Public Safety Administrator Robert L. Smith. FOR RENT 2-Bedroom Apt. 918-14th Ave. (Over Main House) $60 PER WEEK 5180 Security Deposit Plus First Week's Rent Moves You ln. All Utilities Paid By Apt. Owner. Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin 248-1921 tain in May, 1984, and curthing I collected was paper rently serves as a sector com/ work and hassles. mander in Uniform District II. "The court's don't take it "Maj. Lane was one of the (non-custodial parents who most competent contenders don't pay child support) for this position, seriously enough," Allen Newberger stated. "He has stated. "Even the attorneys done an outstanding job since don't take these cases seriously he started" with the police either." department. According to another "It was the consensus of the CADD member, Carole staff that he deserves this proLanders, "The burden of motion," Chief Newberger exproof is on the mother, and plained. "He was the best perwomen are penalized for havson." ing subsidized rent," or other Maj. Lane, who together necessities. with his wife Minister Beverly But after joining CADD, Lane have three children Allen, whose daughter is now didn't want to take full two-years-old, was able to for his success. make the necessary contacts "Along the way, other and get results. blacks in the department have A letter to U.S. Con assisted in helping me rea h gressman Sam Gibbons some of my goals," Maj. Lane "started the ball rolling," said. "They deserve some -CADD's Assistant Coorpraise." dinator in Public Relations He also thanked Chief said. "He helped me get my Newberger for "affording me first payment, which came in the opportunity to serve on his May'' The child now qualifies staff." for military privileges. "CADD is a self-help group, and a non-profit organization," Landers, the SHEILA L. ALLEN Tampa chapter coordinator, explained. "We want to en courage women to get off of AFDC (Aide For Mother s with Depenqent Children). CADD \ gives them ideas and informi;ltion," Landers stated. "We advise them on what their rights are, what the new laws are, and standard procedures." Allen quickly added that the group also "gives them (si parents) support." Landers further explained the CADD advocates "child support to be under one roof." A recent workshop proved that by having all resources together gets results. "The problems we see with the current system shows that something has got to be done," Landers insisted. "Florida is fifth from the bot tom in the collection of child support payments, and this state leads in divorces. 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The Truth Is Who Cares Why Now that we have everyone's attention with all this talk about sex and drugs, let us go a step further to ex plain the situation, the drug situation. In our community and neighborhood, others would have us believe that we harbor, feed and shelter drug of fenders, traffickers, users and dealers. They would also have us believe that we are thoroughly afraid to walk our own streets. While it is true that drugs are present and seem to be running our neighborhood, the same is true that we can do something about it. While I am solely responsi ble for whatever is to be read in our "Commentary," it is .. my editor's responsibility to make certain that journalism be respected. With this in mind,' let me offer you, dear readers, the gist of what is happ,ening in our neighborhood and in our com munity concerning drugs. For a long time, we have VIE W ; BY KINSEY-.:...JE:-----WeAre Tbe World been a controlled group of people. Drugs did not just become the main problem in and around our community. Drugs have been with us since the mid-sixties and on into the early seventies. For a fact, drugs did not becomeo a na tional crisis until the overdose death of celebrity Art Linlet ter's daughter. For a longer time, we have had among us, informants, if we may, who squeal, snitch and inform others of what goes on in our neighborhood and community. Today, most of those informants are either dead, too old, locked up, or better yet, we know who they are. And, we do know who they are. The situation is that now that everyone knows the My country 'tis of thee, influence of drugs in Oil{ sweet land of liberty--of thee I neighborhood and communising. I don't care how bad ty, we can tell the tndh. AJ.nerica may be, t11ose words The truth is that City Hall '.""'"v" ring sweet in PlY ears. and Tampa Police Department America is with all of its short have known for longer than .comings still the na-we might think where the tion in the world. I see everydrugs are. The truth is they day things happening that don't want to stop drugs in could only happen in America. and work for a common our neighborhood and com. Who can doubt that raCism cause. munity. The truth is they are exists? who can deny that this The power and the love of content knowing that we are raCism causes many day-toblack and whites working controlled in this manner. day confrontations and often together didn't stop there. A The truth is that the drug serves as an immovable group came together again and situation is the "strongarm" barrier that k-eeps the races put on a television program by which to use to further inseparated? But how wonderful that was seen world-wide. still fear, hatred, jealousy, it is that we are able to put our Again, top entertainers apunrest, dissention and yes, differences aside from time-topeared to help the cause of the guilt, among us. And like the time to work for a common starving. controlled beings we are, we goal. The highlight of that televi'accept whatever is handed to It is amazing and even sion special came when the us. The truth is that the mystifying when black paralyzed Teddy Pendergrass "powersthatbe"wantonlyto Americans and white and Ashford and Simpson know who is doing what to Americans get together to combined to sing "Reach Out whom, when, where, how and work a coitirrion .. And Touch Somebody 's what is instead of cutting off Not to long ago, some of Hand, Make This A Better head of the monster, they America's top entertainers got' World If You Can. only want to cut. a limb at a together and cut a record that; That's what those time. Dear readers, we are the profits from the sale of the were doing on that show, trylimbs because the head is the record would .go to help those ing to reach out and touch "Big Man" who can afford to people starVing to death in somebody. They were trying purchase the drugs and not the Africa. to make this a better world. I ignorance to deal them. Paul Wharton, A Pillar Of Education, Retires .... IC oc Ul Between the hours of 3 to 5:00 P.M., Sunday at H. B. Plant Hight School, a reception will be held to pay recognition and tribute to a 50-year educator, 37 of which have been spent in Hillsborough County. Assistant Superintendent for Administration Paul R. Whar ton will begin his retirement, effective July 31st. Wharton, No. 2 man in the system behind School Superin tendent Raymond Shelton, no doubt, in many respects was the most powerful force in the system for many years since the absence or' former superin tendent, J. Crochet Farnell, in the late 1960s. As the top chief in administration, he was primarily responsible for filling the prestigious positions in the county school system. From prit:tcipalships, deans, counselors, and every position of any effective quality, no appointee could be found who did not enjoy or appreciate the blessings .of Mr. Wharton. In this regard, the of all children, including and most significantly Black children, was affected. Wharton's longevity afford ed him the unique position to witness and help implement a tq_ng chain of professional and sociological changes in the educational system here. During the dual system of segregation, very few, if any, Black principals in particular, came on board without the formal or informal blessings of Paul Wharton. When desegregation came in the early 1970s, Black administrators and principals, as well, fell and continued under the same "divine guidance". Wharton was wise enough to comprehend that whatever was the endeavor to happen in education here, leadership those who made the day to day decisions in individual schools would be the ultimate in fluence. Many Black families here in the educational community of prominence owe everything that they ever accomplished in upward mobUity to Mr. Wharton. Likewise, there would be speak louder than words. To this author, the small statistics and small talk given in a prior interview by Chief Don Newberger don't amount to "a hill of beans." Peace Be enemies or adversaries made in that same light. However, there were the few of us who refused to wheel and deal out side of the arena of human dignity, unselfishly fighting for freedom and in education for Black Children. In that regard, Paul Wharton may well be look ed back upon as a respected and worthy foe Such is a credible criticism for, if you were white, it was vir tually political suicide for any advocate of school integration during the and early 1970s. Paul Wharton, like all of his colleagues, blew no horns for Paul Wharton will be remembered by many of us in education many positively -:::2 and many negatively. Like all !ID of the unique small collection ff in education dedicated and a committed, Wharton acted 5i' without apologies. The true a. measure of his impact. on tz, education in Hillsborough 5: County in general, and Blacks :!. in education in particular; is a Er chapter to be completely writ"C ten in the chronicles Whatever foes of Wharton ;: may feel, 'he must be a acknowledged a kind and friendly man who never allowed the politics of life to wretch him unforgiving and distasteful. s:: Let us wish for him a peaceful and most fulfilling, >. enjoyable retirement with the = hope that his works prove, in C. the end, the greatest good for the maximum number. I PLEASE KEEP IT DOWN. Hitth blood pressure can lx controlled. T o learn how. call us. + American Red Croes 1!1 #!. .ro Psychic-Spiritualist Madame Ann Solves alllife's-problems. Answers all your questions. Madame Ann can and will help you! Results Where Others Have Failed. 6025 V. N. Dale Mabry 1 Blk. N Of Hillsborough 175-4697 Unto You. That record was entitled, heard that the show made in Just as it is our job to report "We Are 'rhe Top the neighborhood of $70 the news, it is all of our jobs, talented black and white, men million pledges. That my duties and responsibilities to and women, country .and friends is working. go to City Hall as we have and blues, rock and pop, ProtesThere were serveral other demam L. t)lat J something --be H and Catholic singers in such efforts made to the same done. Easing fears of two ANNOUNCING OPENING AUG. 5T America combined their cause that must qot go residents and doing "more LI'ttle Children In The World Daycare Center Bus No. 40 talents tebelt songs that sent unrecognized. But at the same long range investigations" is the message to other countries time the two awesome displays one thing, but actions do Located At Pilgrim Rest M.B. Church that "We Are The World." of people forgetting Sl_lch become unimportimt. Corner Of Lois & Nassau St. At last count it was my unimportant things as race, al d Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Curn"culum Peabody Early Experience understanding that record, color, sex, nation tty, an "= Wht.ch one day will be a classic, is what we needed most. once said, "Let's judge people Hot Lunch & Snacks by the content of their had made over $40 million It goes to show that racism A 2 T 5 A d Af. t s h 1 1""1 Character and not the color of ges: o n er c oo that would be used to feed the is only in the mind. If we ..., 1 d" their skin." When we learn to MARY H. BUJE Operator -hungry in Africa. It was tru y forget about our preJu tees < bl k d k h f" d do this, we will surely be the License #CT-300-P -a thing of beauty to see ac s an wor toget er, we m .. ................... .................. ........................


.. ................................................................................................ .... > ;:J ..., WISHING YOU A > < Q HAPPY .... =: SHANTEL DAVIS Shantel Davis will be three years old July 26. She will be spending this very special day of the year at Busch Garden with her parents, Wilbert and Pamelyn Davis. Miranda (LaLa) Butler is celebrating her Nata! day 'g family and friends today, July .= 26. She is 20. Miranda will be fll :g a junior at Bethune-Cookman = College this fall She is the daughter of Margaret J. Butler .9 and William James Butler. ,! Her grandparents are Mr. and :; Mrs Samuel Parham, and Mrs. Annie Mae Butler. July 28th is Mrs Audrey ;: illiams birthday. Mrs. c Williams resides at 2710-18th Avenue and her tightest birthCIS day will be from her children, Zesndia and Donnie, a,nd her grandchildren. ANTONIO LEE Birthday wishes are sent out to little Antonio Lee, who celebrated his 2nd birthday on July 22nd. Antonio is the son of Sonja Lee and grandson of Dea and Mrs. Albert (Fannie) Lee. He will celebrate his spec ial day Saturday with < family and friends Special greetings are sent to Antonio "' from his aunts Yolando and TONY WASHINGTON, JR. Tony L. Washington Jr. celebrated his 3rd birthday on July 21, with his parents, An nette and Tony Washington, and his sister, Cheria L. Washington, cousins, other family members and his grandparents, Jeannette Finlayson and Ernestine Hicks. PLEASANT CHAPEL A:M.E. CHURCH 261SCHIPCO Rev. S.C. Lawson Pastor Sunday Schoo1,.9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M Tuesday Class Meetin2 7:30P.M. CITYWIDE MISSION Meets Tuesday, J 2:00 N?on DEACON And SISTER BAKER J 4 J 8 Governor Stree. t Sis. Emma Lee Carpenter, Pres. Sis. M. P. Williams, Reporter SPRING HILL MALE CHORUS Presents GOSPEL SINGING SUNDAY, JULY 28, At 8 P M OAK GROVE M.B. CHURCH 2918 27th Avenue ... Pastor Sunday School, JO A.M. Morning Worship, J J:OO A.M. Evening Service, 7:30P.M. Bible Studv. Wed., 7:30P.M. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of COLLEGE HILL 3838 19th Street Pastor Young Glover SUNDAY, JULY 28, J 985 Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning ServiceI I :00 A.M. BTU-5:00P.M. l.o.l Arlita and uncle s Aibert Jr. EveningService-6:30P.M. ............ .............. REVIVAL Mon.-Fri. July 29-Aug. 2 Min. Rush & Min. Ellfah Brown In Charge Saints Of The Most High Holiness Church 3005 Buffalo Bishop M. Jones, Pastor MINISTERS NIGHT IN WHITE FRIDAY, JULY 26, At 7:30P. M. ZION HILL A.M.E. Y.P.D. PROGRAM 2601 12th Avenue (AT 26th Street} Some Of The Guests Are: Rev. W. L. Lee, Speaker; Sis. Van Scott, Soloist; Bro. Dixon And The Dixonaires, Rev. J. D. Johnson, Rev. T. J. Jacob, Rev. J.M. Rutledge, Rev. J. A. Proctor, And Other Ministers. Everyone Is Welcome REV. W. L. TURNER, Pastor SIS. V. M. RANDOLPH, Y.P.D. Director BACK TO SCHOOl REVIVAL INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 3101 EAST L.AKE AVtfNUE WIL.L. BE IN REVIVAL.: MONDAY, JULY 29 THRU AUGUST 11 7:30P.M. NIGHTLY WELCOME TO "THE CHRIST IS THE ANSWER OLD-FASHION_ BACK TO SCHOOl. REVIVAl." 248-9385 ELDER H. L. SIMPSON COME, SEE THE WONDERFUL WORKS OF GOD THROUGH THIS HUMBLE MAN OF GOD. SALVATION-HEALINGMIRACLES, CONDUCTED BY OUR VERY OWN ELD. H. L. SIMPSON. ELD. SIMPSON WILL BE PRAYING FOR THE SICK AND SUF FERING NIGHTLY. COME EXPECTING THE MIRACLE YOU NEED THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS INVITED: FA THERS BRING YOUR SONS MOTHERS BRING YOUR DAUGHTERS FRIENDS BRING .YOUR NEIGHBORS DOCTORS, LAWYERS, TEACHERS, SINNERS, BACKSLIDERS, COME I THIS ANOINTED MAN WILL BE PREACHING, UNDER THE ANOINTING OF GOD, THE UNADULTERATED GOSPEL WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR OF MAN. THE LAME WILL WALK THE BLIND WILL SEE DEMONS WILL BE CAST OUT PEOPLE WILL BE DELIVERED IN EVERY SERVICE. COME ONE COME ALL TO THIS GREAT REVIVAL. WHY? ISAIAH 61:1-2-THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD GOD IS UPON ME: BECAUSE THE LORD HAS ANOINTED ME TO PREACH GOOD TIDINGS UNTO THE MEEK; HE HAS SENT ME TO BIND UP THE BROKENHEARTED, TO PROCLAIM LIBERTY TO THE CAPTIVES, AND THE OPENING OF THE PRISON TO THEM THAT ARE BOUND. TO PROCLAIM THE ACCEPTABLE YEAR OF THE LORD, AND THEDA Y OF VENGEANCE OF OUR GOD: TO COMFORT ALL THAT MOURN.


Engagement Ms. Jessie Harrelson and Mr. William Harrelson an nounce the engagement of their daughter Patricia to Mr. Alfred Ali, son of Ms. Mabel Baha'iFaith I U nitil)9 the w o rld ... O n e tleart at a t1me 1 \ Ritzie of Queens, New York. The wedding will be at 5 P.M., August 3, at First Bap tist Church of Cpllege Hill. Miss Harrelson was previousiy employed by At torney's Title Services. Mr. Ali is enlisted in the United States Air Force. The couplerwill be moving overseas at the end of Augu s t. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VII.I.AGE 7TH ANNIVERSARY REV. AND MRS. ROOSEVELT ROBINSON, JR. SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1985 7:45A.M. SERMON By BRO. SYLVESTER R081NS!)N 9:30A.M., SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:55 A.M., FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS ... REV. JOHN A. STEPHENS 3:30P.M., TRUE LOVE BAPTIST CHURCH ... REV. W. T. CARPENTER All Members And Friends Are Asked To Attend. HYMN August 18, 1985 At Pleasant Chapel A.M.E. Church Hymns-History Holy Spirit EBENEZER M.S. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. MISSION DAY Sunday, July 28, At 11 A.M. Speaker: Mrs. Mary L. Jackson of Lake City Also, Re". Robert Jackson, Pastor Of Mt. Salem M.D. Church In Lake City. Sis. LUIIan Brunson, President Sis. Lucille Chapman, Reporter The Mighty Trumpets Of Joy Celebrate .,._ THE MIGHTY TRUMPETS OF JOY Special Guests The Bright Stars Of Flint, Michigan The Angels Of Joy Orlando The Singing Kings Sanford 24th Anniversary Sun. July 28, Promptly at 2:30P.M. (Doors Open At 2 P.M. ) At NEW PHILADELPHIA M. 8. CHURCH 1002 E Buffalo Avenue Rev James Marion, Pastor Donation $5 The Socialites Travel Club spent a fun filled 5 nights and 4 days, July 8-12 via Delta Airlines, in Las Vegas. The group made their headquarters at the Flamingo Hilton Hotel and took in several shows which included Johnny Mathis, The 5th Dimensions and Red Foxx. While there they also visited Hoover Dam and several other interesting attrac tions. Seated left to right are: Carolyn Dixon, Eddye Hanker son and Lillie Franklin. Those not shown are: Shirley William son, Jedia Cain, Ella Robinson and Moriah Spells. Their hotel was in the heart of the Famous Strip; and they could look out their window at the beautiful Caesars Palace, Imperial Palace, Sands, Dunes and the Oasis (all the fabulous hotels you see on TV). MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1950 Middleton High School Class of 1950 35th Reunion will be held July 26-2S at the Quality Inn East, 2905 N 50th Street. The theme "Unity-Love-Strength," will be carried out the en tire weekend. Classmate Paul Culver will be "Roasted", and principals and Homeroom Teachers of the Class of 1950 will be honored. The banquet is Saturday, and church worship will at at 11 a.m. Sunday at St. Matthew M.B. Church, where classmates Irene Floyd and Daisy Thomas are members. A delayed event will be in September when classmates and friends go to New Orleans fcir the Bucs-Saints game, and a visit to Bourbon Street. BRONZETTES SOCIAL CLUB The well attended Annual Summer Fiesta of the Bronzettes Social Club was held recently at the lovely home of Mrs. Mary D. Lee. The members: Diana Bell, Ernestine Bell, Margaret Brookins, Mildred Carter, Mildred Forte Betty Gatlin, Betty Kinsey, and Mary Lee, and their many friends enjoyed an even ing of delightful music with Marvin Bell as D.J. The food was catered by the members. Mr. Ralph Blanco was the winner of the Black / White TV. The next affair of the Bronzettes will be their Annual Dance in November. GOLDEN RULE SOCIAL CLUB The Golden Rule Social Club meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Martha Bostick, 3006-45th Street, Saturday night at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Lottie Picken is the President. Mrs. R.M. Haynes is the Reporter. THE NON-PARIELS Mrs. Dorothy David, 7805 Greenshire Dr., will host the Non-Pariels, Sunday, at 4 p.m. The Happy Birthday ladies are: Mrs. Valdez Johnson, Iretha Timmons, Barbara J. Reese and Mary A. Smith. The Non-Pariels attended the Los Companeros dance, and the Black and White Ball. Mrs. Louise Brown is President, and Mrs. Mary A. Smith, chairman. THE CHARMETTES The Charmettes, Inc. will celebrate Christmas in July on 00 = = I = = -; -= = c:r fl.l ==-> = =Sunday, July 28 at the West Tampa Convention Center Dur"C:: ing th1s time the Charmettes will present their charitable contributions and the guests will participate also during various inM tervals. Pledge cards will be available. During the week, the Ch armettes have involved them s elves ...:: in many fel)tive activities while preparing for this gala affair to !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:: ................ ...... .... J >


I'll = Q -.... :a .c .... Q = .... I -.. '0 = < '0 Q,j .c I'll -::s = = -..... Q,j = = ..!. Q,j = -.... = f-<' :I:, "" MT. CALVARY SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST jUNIOR ACADEMY .AND PRE-SCHOOL/KINDERGARTEN The Tampa Seventh-Day Adventist Church School had it s beginning in the fall of 1919. Mrs. Mattie Steven s, the wife of Elder F. H. Steven s who was the minister in charge of the church at that time, was the fir s t church s chool teacher in Tampa. The founder Mrs. Stevens passed in 1974. Mrs Stevens s ensed the need of giving Chri s tian education to the children around the church and also others. Most of the pupil s attending at that time were her own niece s and other relatives. Genie Randall a present member of Mt. C alvary wa s one of it s fir s t pupil s At that time th ere wa s no permanent building for the church. Rented hous e s were u s ed for th e c hurch ; therefore, th e fir s t church s chool wa s in a rented house. S hortl y after 1921, the church building wa s erected and the balcony of th e church became the school for a while, then later the school's location wa s again moved to rented hou s e s In 1927, a small brick building consisting of 2 cla ss rooms, a s mall hall and 2 restrooms was built on the adjoining propert y of the church with a small pla y ground. The two room school was intended for two teacher s, but quite a few time s onl y one teacher wa s required to teach all eight grades From 1927 to about 1950, the school went through many financial struggle s, but the school door remained open. In the years from 1927 to 1971, twelve (12) teachers served. One (1) kindergarten teacher and one (1) teacher's aide were taken on in 1969. In 1971, two teachers and one teacher's aide moved from 1212 Scott Street to 3111 E. Wilder Avenue-Mr s Dori s C Hardeman, Mrs. Catherine M. Monford and Mrs Evelyn Streeter. The Pre-Schooi / Kinder g araten Department had its beginning in 1981, with two teachers accommodatin g less than 30 students. At pre s ent, the average enrollment i s 75 with a s taff of six qualified teacher s and teacher s aide s From 1937 to 1985 Mt. Calvary has graduated over 267 students. Although Mt. Calvary did not graduate all who attended throughout the years, many many sons and daughter s around Tampa and others areas of the U.S.A. became a part of Mt. Calvary's rich his tory From a two classroom situation, Mt. Calvary Junior Academ y and Pre School/Kindergarten currentl y comprises ten classrooms, two offices, a library a modern-equipped cafeteria where breakfast and lunch meals are served, a gym / auditorium and a facult y and staff consisting of I?. dedicated workers. The history of the s chool i s s till in its making. From it s "ACORN" s tage, it i s advancing steadily into a s trong "SPREADING OAK". "TO GOD BE THE GLORY, GREAT THINGS HE HAS DONE". c Formulating plans for the enrichment of the curriculum and beautification of classrooms (including carpeting of classrooms which has been accomplished) are, left to right: Mrs. Rose Moore, Bookkeeper / Sec Treasurer and Home and School Association (P.T.A.) Leader, Mrs. Elisa Young, and 7th and 8th Grade Teacher and Mrs Mandy Green, School Board Chairperson. REGISTRA liON AUGUST 4, 3:00 To 6:00P.M. Join Us For A Tour Of The School, Including Refreshments. Staff Will Be Present To Answer Your Questions. FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL AUGUST 19th Mon. -Thurs ., 8:30 To 3 :00P.M. Friday 8:30 To 2 :00P.M. MRS. ELISA YOUNG .. Principal 8US SERVICE AVAILABLE Recruitment Discoun' Offered MT. CALVARY SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST JR. ACADEMY FOR GRADES K-8 The School That Believes In The Education Of The Head, The Hands and The Heart. 3111 E. WILDER {5 blks. South of Hillsborough) 238-0433 TRAVEL WITH MT. CALVAR TO THE COLORS OF KNOWLEDGE MT. CALVARY SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST PRE-SCHOOL PRE-SCHOOL HOURS 7 A.M.-6 P.M. YEAR-ROUND PROGRAM HOT NUTRITIOUS MEALS: LUNCH AND BREAKFAST AFTER SCHOOL CARE GRADUATION PLANNED SUMMER PROGRAM LARGE PLAYGROUND FOR 2's, 3's & 4's KINDERGARTEN CURRICULUM INCLUDES: ALPHA TIME (READING READINESS) PALMER HANDWRITING READINESS, MATHEMA TICS AROUND US {MATH READINESS) TERRY STRONG Coordinator PH. 237-2940 3111 E. WILDER (5 blks. S. of HillSBOROUGH) \J i .................................................................................... ..


;;p; 1rs ALL..-r:x GREECE lin ABOUT U.::W YOU CONGRATULATIONS, KEVIA Congratulation s to Kevia ::C (Continued From Page 7-A) which everyone is .looking forward with great anticipatiop The president is Fifi Glymph, Bettye K. Griffin, is chair < inan, Jacqueline Davis, co-chairman. ALLEN TEMPLE MALE CHORUS By request of the Pastor, all members of Allen Temple Male Chorus are asked to meet Sunday morning, July 28, to sing for 11 a.m. service : Please be present in Burgundy and w:1ite uniform. AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB On Sunday, July 28th, at 4 p.m., The American Beauty Social Club will meet at the residence of Mrs. Dorothy Welcome, 721 Harlan. The President, Mrs. Ernestine Davis, is asking that all members be present so plans can be completed for the project scheduled for the first Saturday in August. The Chaplin, Mrs. Eva Livingston will conduct devotion. The June meeting was hosted by Vice President Louise Love at her Progress Village Home. There are no birthday honorees for this month The next meeting will at the abode of the Business Manager, Mrs. Maggie Wooden, 2608-19th Street. THE O.F.F.U. FAMILY CLUB The O.F.F.U. Family Club reunion will be July 26-38. The banquet and dance will be at thej A.K.A. Sorority House on Friday night. The picnic will be Saturday at MacFarlane Park. The family will worship Sunday at Greater Mt. Moriah P .B. Church at 11 a.m. services. Maybell Sampson, Carlie Hayes, Roland Ball, Viola Flem ing, Hazel Reeves, Lillian Hudgins, Eura Lee Adams and Ruthie Sampson. Rev. s. c. Waterford Is Broadcasting Over Radio Station WTIS 1110 AM On Your Radio Dial From 11 1:30 a.m. Each Saturday Morning. This Radio Ministry Is Designed To Give Com fort To The Sick And Shut In And Enlighten mimt To Those Who Labor Under The Hypothesis Of Warped Theories, Twisted Con cepts And Confused Doctrines. The Word Of Christ Must Be Rightly Divided 2nd Timothy 2:15. l!nlimited 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 P1ant 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 Janette Purcell, t he daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Harry James Purcell, and the grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Blair. She was married on July 12, to S/Sgt. Reginald Rogers, son of Mrs. Thelma Clairborne of Boston, Mass Reginald is serving in the Air Force. Kevia and Reginald will reside in Alaska. Kevia works at Afro American Life Insurance Co. She is a former member of Mt. Pleasant' Missionary Baptist Church. Her plans are to go to KEVIA PURCELL a Junior and go into the Air Force a s an officer. SERVES OUR COUNTRY Tampa's own Daniel Walker jr, is now serving his country in Fort Jackson, South Carolina in the United States Army. Daniel graduated. from Robinson High School June 6, 1985 and left for the Army on June 19. He is the son of Mrs. Fannie Price and brother of Mrs. Barlinda Walker. DANIEL WALKER, JR. You Are Invited To GREATER MORNING STAR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1415 5th A venue For FEL.L.OWSHIP DAY SUNDAY, Jlf..!: Y 28 At 4:00P.M. DEACON ROBERT SWEET And NO. 2, Sponsor Speaker: Pastor Of Peace-Baptist Church He Will Be Accompanied By His Choir And Congregation A T T E N T I O''N Individuals Civic and Fraternal Groups Churches And others., The Tampa Urban League, Inc. is accepting applications for its volunteer recognition awards to be presented at the 19B5 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY DINNER, Friday. August 16, at the Holiday Inn-Airport, at 8 P .M. Categories for Awards WHITNEY M. YOUNG MEMORIAL A WARD -For outstanding con tribution to equal opportunity and distinctive volunteer service thot is commenmorotive of the fife of the late Whitney M Young Jr. AWARD FOR SCHOLARLY DISTINCTION -For extraordinary academic accomplishment on ihe port, of o Block person(s), A WARDS FOR STIMULATING THf DfV.fLOPMfNT OF BLACK TALfNT -For outstanding activities and services aimed at developing Block people : s creativity and intellect GfORGf f. fDGfCOMB MEMORIAL A WARD -For o person who has distinguished himself both professionally and as o civic volunteer at on early age, Nominees should be under 40 years of age. MERITORIOUS VOLUNTffR SERVICE A WARD -For o person whose volunteer service to the Tampa Urban League and other social service activities extraordinary in terms of quality and quantity of volunteer ser vices rendered. ANTW AI N ROBINSON Antwain Pooney Robin s on l e ft the U.S. for Greece o n July 22. He had been hom e on lea v e from F o r t Hood, T exa s, for a 37-da y leave w ith his f a mily Antwain i s 22 year s old He graduated from High School i h 1981. He i s married to the former Twanda Highsmith. parents are Mrs. Bessie Hudson Carneige and Mr. Arthur Robinson, and he is the stepson of Mr. Harold Carnegie. Also enjoy ing his visit home were his grandmother, Mrs. Kate Carnegie, his brother, Travis Robinson, and sister, Verlinda Welch. Is Sponsoring A TEA SUNDAY, JULY 28, 7:30P.M. At 4303 34th Street She Is A Member Of Order Of Eastern Stars Evening Light No.2. Come One, Come All BRO. CALEB BATCHELOR Guest Speaker SIS. RUBY WEAVER, W .M. SIS. ALICE GRIER, Chairman THE 29th STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 3310 29th ALLAN D. CROSS ... Minister Bible School, 9:45 A.M. Worship, llAM & 6 PM Bible Classes: Sunday, 5 P.M. Monday, 7 P.M. Prayer And Song Service, Wednesday, 7 P.M FIRST UNION MB CHURCH 3707E. AWARD FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY -For on individual or C. J. LONG = > = c. ... I = 0 =-. 0 = '(/l group that mode o significant contribution toward Improving the con Pastor 'i:l dillon of the disadvantaged through advocacy for basic human rights. Sunday School, 10 A.M. > Nomination forms may be secured at the Tampa League, Morning Worship, 11 A.M. located of 1405 Tampa Parle Plaza (corner of Scott and Nebraska Ave. ) Evening Worship, 6 p M. zt"'l FOR MORE INFORMATION MondayFriday from 9-5 P M All nom ino. tions must be received by 5 P 972-3409 239-9690 884-8468 248-2790 M Monday, July 29 ( no excepti on s to deadline) Prayer-Bible Study, Wed.,. :


I "C -= rl.l .... ,.Q = = .... '3 = I = .... = 00 IN THE SPOTLIGHT Julia Gomez Julia Gomez is a 19-year-old, 5'4" beauty of Tampa. This hazel-tiyed Gemini plans to enter the University of Tampa in the fall to major in the field of Business Administration. Julia loves to play handball, volleyball and softball. Her career goal is to become a professional model. Julia's philosophy of life is: "Life is easy when you go for the goals in which you can achieve. Julia is attracted to a man who is lovable and one who will always be there for her. Her favorite star is Sheila E. OUR FAITH OVERCOMES THE WORLD PART III lJOHN 5:4-5 YES, THE CHRISTIAN WHO OVERCOMES THE WORLD, THE FLESH AND THE DEVIL, MUST HEAR, BELIEVE, CONFESS AND ACCEPT THE WORD OF GOD. 2 CORINTHIANS 5:7 "FOR WE WALK BY FAITH AND NOT BY SIGHT". TO WALK BY FAITH MEANS, WE WALK BY THE WORD OF GOD. THE BIBLE IS THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL, THE MANUFACTURERS HANDBOOK WHICH TELLS US HOW FAITH WORKS. THE CHRISTIAN DOES NOT WALK BY SIGHT MEANS THAT HE DOES NOT WALK BY HIS FIVE PHYSICAL SENSES TO PLEASE GOD. HE DOES NOT WALK BY WHAT HE SEES. HE DOES NOT MAKE JUDGMENTS OR BASE HIS ACTIONS ON WHAT HE SEES OR FEELS. HE BASES HIS ACTIONS ON THUS SAITH THE LORD. DO YOU SEE WH\' I'f IS IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAT THUS SAITH THE LORD? IF YOUR PASTOR, RELIGION OR DENOMINATION, DOES NOT BELIEVE THE WORD OF GOD, LEAVE THAT PLACE AND FIND \'OURSELF A CONGREGATION WHO BELIEVES THE WORD OF THE TRUE AND LIVING GOD. J CORINTHIANS 2:5, REMINDS US THAT OUR FAITH SHOULD NOT STAND IN THE WISDOM OF MEN BUT IN THE POWER OF GOD. ROMANS J:J6J7 PAUL SAID: FOR I AM NOT ASHAMED OF THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST, FOR IT IS THE POWER OF GOD UNTO SALVATION TO EVERYONE THAT BELIEVETH, TO THE JEW FIRST AND ALSO TO THE GREEK. FOR THERE IN IS THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD REVEALED FROM FAITH TO FAITH, AS IT IS WRITTEN, THE JUST SHALL LIVE BY FAITH." IF You DO NOT KNOW WHAT THE WORD OF GOD SAYS ON THE iSSUE THAT YOU NEED HELP IN, YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO EXERCISE FAITH. HIEBRIEWS JJ:6 "AND WITHOUT FAITH, WE CANNOT PLEASE GOD." ROMANS 8:8 "THEY THAT ARE IN THE FLESH CANNOT PLEASE GOD." THE WORD "FLESH" HERE MEANS, THOSE WHO BEING DOMINATED BY THE FIVE SENSES, CANNOT PLEASE GOD. ST. JOHN 20:24 THOMAS DEMANDS PHYSICAL EVIDENCE TO SATISFY HIS SENSES, BEFORE HE WOULD ALLOW HIMSELF TO BELIEVE. REMEMBER WHAT HAPPENED TO ZACHARIAS. BECAUSE HE DOUBTED THE WORD OF GOD COMING FROM THE MESSENGER OF GOD. LUKE 1:5-25. THE CENTURION IN MATTHEW 8:5-13, DEPENDED ON THE WORD ALONE AS:EVIDENCE. OPEN DOOR CHRISTIAN CENTER NIEW PHILADELPHIA M.B. Church 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship (1st Sun.), 5:30P.M. Prayer & Bible Class, Tues., 7:30P.M. 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24th A venue Pastor Sunday Scllool, 9:45A.M. Wonhlp Service, 11:00 A.M. Evealaa Senice, 7:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W., Fri., 7:30P.M. Wonted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. 689-3023 Or 247-1037 FIRST BORN HOUSE Of Prayer (PentecostoiJ 805 E. Henderson .. ELDER BERNARD MCCRAY .. Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 A.M Mornign Wonhip, 12:00 P.M. Evenign Worship, 7:30P.M. 7:30P.M., Tues., Bible Study 7:30P.M., Thurs., Prayer & Tarrying ST. JOHN M.S. CHURCH 340J 25th Avenue P ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Service, II A.M. BibleStudy, Wed., 7P.M. RIEHIEARSALS Youth, Tues., 6 P.M. No.2, Tues., 7:30; No. I & Young Adults, Wed., 8 P.M. GRACIE MARY M.B. CHURCH 3901 37th Street 1221 E. Columbus Dr. \ Sunday School, 10 A.M. ELDER THOMAS J. REED ..Pastor Sunday School, A.M. Morning Wonhip, 11:00 A M. Y P W W., P.M. Wonhip, 7:00P. M Tun. & Fri., Mrvicn, 7:00 CHURCH OF CHRIST 13.12 W. Nassau Street Tampa, Fla. 33607 DAVID SUNDAY: Bible Study, 10 A M. & 5 P.M. Worship, 11 A.M. &6 P.M. TUESDAY: Ladies Study, 10 A.M Regular Study, 7:30P.M. THURSDAY: Song Servke & Prayer Meeting 7:30P.M. LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN CIENTIER Palm River Recreation Center ,58th St. And Palm River PASTOR CLYDE F. BOULER Praise & Worship, II AM & 6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Worship Experience. Prayer For The Sick And Needy At Each Service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4202 Palmetto Street ELDER J A. STEPHENS ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Each Sunday Morning Service I I A.M. Evening Service, 6 P.M First And Third Sundays B T.U .. 5 P M Each Sunday Prayer & Bible Study Tuesday At 7 P ./!1. MORNING GLORY M.a. CHURCH 7510 N. 40th Street NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 405 North ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Worship, 7 P.M Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Thursday, 7 P.M. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 4413 35th Street REV. M. MURRAY .. .llastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worsltip, 1 I A.M. Evening Worship, 5 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. VisitorsAre Welcome PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 24th A venue v y REV. W F. LEONARD ... Pastor Sunday School; 9:30A.M. Morning Wo rship, 11 A.M. Choir No.3 And Usher Board No. 3 Serving BTU, 5:00P.M. Evening Worship, 6:00P.M. Mid-Week Service & Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30P.M. NIEWCANNAN M.S.CHURCH IIIIa.. REV JAMES SHEPPARD Pastor Sunday Prayer Services-9:45 A.M. Sunday School 10 AM Sunday Praise Worship II AM 1st & 3rd Sunday B.T.U. 5 PM Evening Worship 1st Sunday Only: At 6 PM Visitors Are Always Welcome. IEVIENING STAR TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Paris -< Morning Service, 11 A.M. .. Pastor z Evening Service, 7 P.M. Sunday School, 9:30A.M. .. Pastor Bible Study, Thurs., 7 P.M. Morning Service, II A.M. .. Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M. f-< Prayer Meeting, Tues ; 7 P.M. Evening Service, 5:30P.M. Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Service, II A.M. The Public Is Invitl!d... Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. Mornia1 Wonhlp, II A.M. Night Service, 6 P.M. ... ... JI


............................................ BenjaminFranklinJackson, AREA CLUB NEW S 41, Tampa, and Linda Marie ""' I j LICENSES (;3 Darryl Renee Williams, 23, Tampa, and Debra Ann Goff, 24, Tampa. Vicente Julian Lopez, Jr., 27, Tampa, and Bertha Louise 33, Tampa. Boaz Edward Racks, 22, Tampa, and Shirley Ann Harris, 29, Tampa. Michael Leroy Farmer, 30, Tampa, and Phyllis Denise Thornton, 28, Tampa. Scott Harold Slafter, 26, Tampa, and Jeancilia Charlot, 31, Tampa. Reginald Andy Condry, 20, Tampa, and Shawn Patrice -"n, 19, Tampa. Sylvester Harris, Jr., 34, Tampa, and Rose Marie Thomas, 30, Tampa. Thomas Winston Collins, 36, Tampa, and Emily Viola Gumbs, 34, Tampa. Darryle Eugene Frazier; 31, Tampa, and Sandra Earlene Johnson, 28, Tampa. Perry Lee Mathis, 41, Tampa, and Mary Magdalene Har ris, 38, Tampa. Dan Proctor, 28, Tampa, and Zell LaVern Richardson, 31, Tampa. Kerlo St. Vii, 34, Tampa, and Minnie Ruth Stephens, 39, Tampa. COLLEGE HILL CHURCH Of GOD IN CHRIST 4 North 30th Street (Corner of 30th and Diana) ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP DAY OBSERVANCE 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 Come And Worship With Us On This Great Occasion BISHOP W. E. DAVIS DEACON RANDOLPH JOHNSON ... Pastor .. State Minister Of Music ELDER CHARLES DAVIS, Assistant Pastor PRAISE ENSEMBLE ''Annual Rededication'' ''The Mission Possible'' Saturday, July 27, 1985 7:30P.M. Special Guests: joe Johnson& Witness Palmetto and General 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 Coy 36, Tampa. COMMUNITY SERVICE BRANCH OFFICE "" Santiago Vazquez, 50, Tam711 W. ROSS AVE. PH.llJ-8600 pa, and Rosa Lee Livingston, MELVIN STONE, BRANCH MANAGER ;:; 58, Tampa. Julien Pierre, 34, Tampa, SENIOR CITIZEN and Willine Taylor, 31, TamDISCOUNT CARDS pa. James Robert Reed, Jr., 22, Tampa, and Bonita DeLittle Senior Citizens interested in applying for the Silver Savers Program (a new discount pro gram) should call or come in, to the Community Service Branch Office. You will be able to receive your temporary discount card at the time that you apply and your permanent card and your free directory will be mailed to you at a later date. Drive to Interstate 275. Sulphur Springs-Bush .... Blvd.-Hillsborough River and Railroad to Interstate 75. White, 20, Tampa. Gerald Sibon George, 21, Shaker Heights, Ohio, and Rebecca Sue McCellan, 20, Dayton, Ohio. Darrell Bennett Brown, 24, Tampa, and Jarrell Faye Wallace, 24, Tampa. Andrew Tillman Daniels, Jr., 22, Tampa, and Janice Wynette Wright, 19, Tampa. Albert Ralph Bradley, 33, Tampa, and Linda White, 33, Tampa. Alphonso Anderson, 26, Tampa, and Carole Belinda Mosely, 26, Tampa. Kenneth Foster James, 25, Tampa, and Lenora Denise Games, 19, Tampa. Kenneth Adolph Hardnett, 29, Temple Terrace, and Michelle Gladys Hardnett, 27, Temple Terrace. Otis McNish, Jr., 44, Tampa, and Theresa Chandler, 35, Tampa. Darryl Jerome Kelly, 20, Tampa, and Wynette Denine Williams, 19, Tampa. Vonn Mario Howard, 27, Tampa, and Luetwanda Kaye Newkirk, 13, St. Petersburg. Andrew James Dixon, Sr., 22, Plant City, and Denise Guion, Plant City. Raspberry (.Continued From Page 4-A) more serious question is: What good do they do? The problem is clear enough. As Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.), chairman of the House Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, said last week, cocaine claimed 456 American lives last year up from 129 hi 1979-80. "A hundred tons of this white poison'' will be smuggled into the United States this year, he said, noting that the quality of coke has gone up while the price has come down. It's a problem that threatens to keep growing. And yet nobody seems to have any idea of how to retard that growth. Interdiction of supply clearly hasn't worked, and drug-abuse education, the route recommended by last week's star witnesses, hardly seems more promising. Just last week, Jesse Jackson asked a crowd of some 500 youngsters how many of them had ex perimented with illegal drugs. A good number admitted they had. Then he asked those to VISION AND DENTAL PROGRAMS Effective September 30, 1985 the Dental and Vision Services will be limited to the Target Areas Only. City Wide and Sulphur Springs will no longer be eligible. Boundaries: West Tampa Rome-MacDill and Columbus "YOU The following information is needed to apply: Proof of residency (Florida Drivers License or Utility Bill/Paid; proof of family income (W-2, check stub or Social Security card). Persons on Medicaid can not qualify for Vision Pro gram. There are a limited number of slots available. BRANCH OFFICE The Community Service Branch Office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 to 5:00 p.m. Pleass come in or call to submit Jighborhood complaints, referrals to local agencies for job in formation, or to make recommendations for Project/Programs. Treat Yourself To SILVER SPRINGS BUS TRIP SATURDAY, AUGUST J7 (Come One, Come AIIJ And, SEA ESCAPE CRUISE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 (SpecialGroup Rates) For Complete Information Coli: 677-4392 tAn A.M. JONfS fventJ PROGRESS VILLAGE SEVENTHDA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH ELDER THEUS YOUNG, Pastor DEACONS & DEACONESS DAY SATURDAY,AUGUST3, J985 Ricky Mortln, Chairman, Deacon Board Annie Ruth Mortln, Chairman, Deaconess Board 9 :15A.M., SABBATH SCHOOL-II A.M., WORSHIP Speaker, l'ormer Tam pan fLDfR FRfD PARKfR AYS, 7:15P.M., Elder Taylor And Youth Choir And Othe:r Guest Par ticipants. Services Held At ST. JAMES A.M.E. CHURCH, 5202 86th Street. You Are Invited ..... TO FANTASIZE WITH THE GENTS "IN THE SURF AND SAND" FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 26, AT 10 P.M. AT THE MIDNIGHT EXPRESS (FORMERLY "THE ALIEN") Tampa Park Plaza Attire: Cruise-Play-Casual DONATION: $6.00 B. Y .O.B.-SNACKS-DISCO LET'S CRUISE And DINE Aboard The SPIRIT Of TAMP A July 27, 1985 (Saturday Eveninl!) 135 Ashley Street Downtown Tampa Boardin2 Time: 7:30P.M. DONATION: $20 (Call 248-8835 for Ticket Information.} Sponsored by: Tbe Richard A. Chappelle Club Rev. Beverly H. Lane, President stand who personally knew APPRECIATION PROGRAM For people who were either in jail THE APOSTOI.IC GOSPEL SINGERS or dead as a result of illegal And THE GORDONAIRES drugs. About half the audience stood. Saturday, July 17, At 8 P.M. > = c. .. .... ; = fiJ The point: If teen-agers APOSTOLIC CHURCH Of JESUS scrounging for summer jobs 1708 E. Osborne REV. FLOYD HUNT, Pastor know what the drugs can do to On Program Will & Florida Spiritualairs And Bro. Prince And The !:11 you, surely the stars of enterPrince Singers Of St. Petersburg, And Other Groups Are Cordilllly Invited. i=l tainment and sports know. It's !:11 h d Sponsored By: Sis. Dorothy Hughes And The.Hoaplfolfty Committee < hard to see ow e ucahon can 01 Christ Gospel Churcll Of St. Petera&u,.,, llder Preston 1-nord, !:11 be the solution if ignorance is Poator. Z .......... .......


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...................... ,_. ............ .... o .. c --.-... .... ..... ..... ................. .. oc Cl'l .... Wimberly's Pre School & Kindergarten 35th Graduation Wimberly's Kindergarten Graduation Exercise was held recently at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, the Rev J. P. Saunders, Pastor. The graduates presented a very intellectual program The theme "Begin ning the Journey of Higher Learning They marched in on the original "Pomp and Circumstance." "First John 4:7 and 8" taken from Kids' Praise was sung and Donavan Taylor repeated "Teach A Lit tle Child to Pray" and closed with the "Lord's Prayer" in unison. The children gave the pledges to the American and Christian Flags ; also the Bible and sang appropriate songs after each ple?ge. Louis A. Tramel enthusiastically gave the Welcome Address, after which "1-2-3 Jesus Loves Me" taken from Kids Praise was sung. The Rev. George Martin presented Mrs. Catalina Davis with an award for outstanding service at Wimberly's Kin dergarten Graduation. Youth Day Observance Sunday, July 28, 1985 St. Luke A.M.I. Church 2709 N. 25th Street 11 A.M Speaker 8lt0. STfVfN NUNN 3 P.M. Speaker ltfV. NATHAN HAMPTON At 7:00 There Will Be A Mini Concert Featuring Recording Artist JeHrey Neal and tlte Neal Singers On The First Half And Hallelu/alt Praise On The Second Half. Everyone Is Cordially Invited To AtteJ}d! Little Miss Cherise Wright gracefully delivered a poetical address titled "Little Builders The graduates star tled the audience as they responded to the educational blackboard demonstration by M r s. Wimberly Then Little Miss Turkesia D. Robertson most eloquently delivered the "Farewell Address." Rev. Saunders presented the class their diplomas. Awards Mrs. Alethea Capers Bogan was awarded the "Mother of the Year" plaque. MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719Green Street Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 AM Bible Study, Tues., 7 P.M. Everyone Is Welcome Bro Larry B Horde, Sr. ; neacon Sis. Patricia Horde, Sec. CITY WIDI CHOIR UNION Convenes .SUNDAY, JU1 Y 28, 2:45P.M. MT. MORIAH P.8. CHURCH Nebraska & Scott St .. Pastor DfACON VllfGI18ROOKS ... President SIS. AUCf MITCHf11 .. Reporter ------------were presented by Ms. Linda Wilson to the PTA President, Mrs. Ann Robertson for in valuable service and to Mrs. Alethea Capers Bogan for "Mother of the Year." The Rev. George Martin presented an award to Mrs. Catalina Davis for years of outstanding service. Mrs Lucienda King presented the teache r s with a gift of appreciation She had two sons to graduate from the center. Acknowledgements were made by Mr. Nathaniel Johnson, Vice President of the PTA. The school song was sung and Rev Saunders gave the benediCtion. The recessional was done to the tune of the traditional ''God of Our Fathers." Ms Ann Hawkins served as organist. Faculty, Mrs. Marie H Wimberly, Director ; Mrs Florine Griggs, Mrs Juanita Spain and Ms. Margaret Wat son. Ms. Linda Wilson, right, presents Mrs. Ann Robertson with a plaque for invaluable service at Wimberly's Kin dergarten Graduation. Summer fashions With Panache' July 27; 1985 at the MacDIII Air force Base NCO Club Hot Hors d'oeuvres from 7 P.M.-9 P.M. fasltlon'Show & Entertainment at 9 P. M ..... Recording Artist Archie Bell, Bandits Cheerleaders Irma CoHee & Sean Brown Ladies Fashions Sewn By Marquetta McNair Beauty Consultant Tammie Christian Donation: $11 Tlclcet Outlets: MacDill AFB NCO Club, Gussini (formerly Shoe Tree), 8875 N Florida Ave Northgate S hopping Ctr.; Jiko Saba Barbeque, 4917 S 78th Street Progress Village; or call972-1066


You've Got To Work Hard To Win Men in their middle years are finally beginning to claim the right to redefine their lives. In search of new challenges at this stage of life, some men recharge their batteries and ex pand their horizons in many different ways. Some travel to new .and distant places, or devote more spare time to in terests like photography, ten nis or acting. Launching a second career at the age of forty or over may well be the wave of 1he future. Earl Summerline started a second career in acti'ng. Despite many reasons that prompted Summerline to seek a second career, one major problem confronted him: Was seeking a career in acting be a meaningful change in his life? Summerline stated that meeting new people in the acting field put zest back into the working aspect of his life. "My life began-to change once I started my acting career. It was a meaningful change that proved to be worth my time. Exploring thi s boundless career requires risky adventures within the depths of one's being. And ky adventures is what I am .c .......... n in my mid-life." Summerline paused for a moment and started talking about his athletic days at Mid dleton High School : and Albany State University. From 1955-57, Summerline played guard and linebacker while attending. Middleton. His knowledge of playing both positions was due to the good coaching from Abe Brown. Summerline credits Brown for his success in high school and college. While playing the linebacking position, Sum merline used to average 13 unassisted tackles a game. Both years, 1956 and '57, Summerline made the All-City team, the first year at the guard position and the second year playing the linebacker position. After graduation, Sum. merlii:le wanted to leave the state of Florida to pursue his education elsewhere. From1957-61, he chose to play at Albany State. Summerline remembers the pressure of m aking the foot ball team. "At the time, that was the only way athletes could get a free education. I didn't have any money to pay for my schooling, ,.so making the football team was a must. At my position, there were 23 players trying out, and only 8 would make the team." "The practices were so fierce, some players didn't want to openly quit, they used to call a cab in the middle of the night to take them home. It came down to survival of the fittest." While majoring in Sociolo with a minor in History, Summerline averaged 14 unassisted tackles a game in his four year span at Albany State In his senior year, Albany won the SEAC. ehampionship, posted an undefeated record and went the whole season unscored on After graduating from Albany, Summer line felt he could play for an NFL team. He wrote all of them, but dur ing those times, the NFL was not looking for small college football players. What emerged from the re jection was an idea of using his experiences in life and putting them back into the communi ty. Summerline formed the Tampa Eagles (}>AL) football team to not only teach kids the fundamentals of football, but to also teach them about life. Summerline stated that he i.Ised to tell his players that football is like life, you've got to work hard to be a winner. Noah, French Fans Make Up Much has been made about Yannick Noah's decision to leave his native France for the anonymity of New York. But Sunday in Washington, D.C., after beating Jimmy Connors for the first time en route to the D.C. National Bank Classic championship, he downplayed the move. "I'm still spending most of my time in Paris ... Now, it's quieter. Especially, when I didn't win. "I think the people in France love me ... and it's kind of hard to tell them to go 248-1921' The death bell seems to be tolling for the United States Football League. From all in dications, it is all over. There will be no United States Foot ball League in the summer or winter. The United States Football League never gave itself a chance to survive. The original intent of the League was to play during the summer and avoid conflict with the more established Na tional Football League. The plan also called for staying away from the big name players and thereby control salaries and expenses. But suddenly, the game plan of the USFL changed, they went at blue chip, well publicized college players like Herschel Walker, Steve Young, Doug Flutie, An thony Carter, Kelvin Bryant and other such sure fi.rst round national league draft picks. This was a big mistake. The owners in the USFL then went to raiding the Na tional Football League, snat ching such established stars as Brian Sipe, Joe Cribbs, Doug Williams and a host of others. This too was a big mistake. earns s .uddenly found th mselves with a multi doliar payroll. After just one year of strug gling to survive, the USFL went out and embarked on an expansion program. New teams were brought into the League even while the ones that were already rocking and reeling on shaky ground. This was another big mistake. The League owners gambled that a big money deal like the NFL could be struck up with a television network. The League got some television money but not enough to cover expenses The real big mistake came when fans did not show up as expected. Teams did not do a very good job of promoting themselves and bringing the fans out. I found out later that those who did a good promo tional job were still losing money. The San Antonio Gun slingers, who had payroll troubles all year long just waived its entire team. This was done while the players are trying to coll 4 ct two checks that are due iq back pay. It seems to me the Gunslingers have thrown in the towel. The Birmingham who have one of the records in the League ""lrt ... .. tt i2 .; from financial problems year long and had a very fir ficult time trying to survive. The Tampa Bay Bandits, considered to be both a model J: team and a conerstone of the ;' League, also had money pro-= bkms. The Bandits have already 5i" announced that they will not "l be a part of the United States Football League next year. Fii. The City of Tampa and the ;' Tampa Bay Area football a. market is a lucrative one for the league to lose. Surely, the ,S loss of Tampa Bay cripple the league should it try to operate. In the past two to three weeks, big name stars started to negotiate with Na tional Football League teams in an effort to return to the NFL either this season or the next. These athletes see handwriting on the wall. They know that the party is over, and it's time to move on I hate to see the United States Football League fold. It provided an opportunity for a lot of marginal players to play football and make a decent liv ing = 0 =-.... Q. = l:ll Riverfront Summer Basketball League The Riverfront Summer Williams, Darryl Patterson, Basketball League, directed by Charlie Bradley, Robert Lewis A. Brinson and Larry Thomas, Pat Einsmann, D. Harrison, is midway Aaron Keller, Alvin Reese, through its fourth season. This Ronnie Mitchell, Larry BEFORE ,Yo U VA L Uf league, being sanctioned by Parker, Carl Jeter, Gary Jeter, the NCAA has attracted Isiah Donald players and teams throughout Jackson, Larry Barton, Reggie YOUR INJURY CONTACT theTampaBayarea. Smith, Leon Smith, Ed Current standings: Johnson, Ron Harvin, Toney FRED 1.. BUCKINE Silks, 5-1; Brothers, 5-1; Mack, Gerald White, Darren Brandon, 4-1; Blazers 3-2; La Johnson, Chris Stevenson, Copa, 2-2; 4 J's, 3-3; Sonics, Ray ... Covington, Earl Levin-Attorney At Law 3-3; Tampa Stars, 14; MacKeith Mosley and An-Persona/Injury & Wrong-ful Death Dill Hawks, l-4; Plant City thony Butler. 0-4. 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The home s could be ..., Cowboys back Tony sold within 30 days if the taxes Dorsett i s facing more than aren't paid Q $400,000 in liens filed by the Dorsett was not expected at ; Internal Revenue Service the Cowboys' Thousand About 10 lien s for back Oaks, Calif. training until Joe Robbie, owner of the NFL's Miami Dolphins, said the USFL s Oakland Invader s must pay $500,000 by Aug. 1 to pick up the option on receiver Anthony Carter, whose rights the Dolphins have taxes owed for 1979, '80 and yesterday '83 were filed in Collin CounIn Pittsburgh, the IRS filty, north of Dallas. ed a $48,000 lien against The IRS on Tuesday s eized former Steeler Franco Harris. two Dallas-area homes belongThe money is withholding ing to Dorsett in an effort to taxes that had not been collect the overdue taxes, acdeducted from some of Har cording t o the Dallas Morning ris employees. McCallum To Defend WBA Junior Middleweight Title World Boxing Association (WBA) 154-pound champion Mike McCallum faces his toughest challenge when he defends his title against quick fisted David Braxton, the NYT), from Miami, FL. Locally, the show airs on WX FL, Channel 8. ,..,.,,.. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have no intentions of trading unsigned defensive end Ron Holmes, their first-round draft choice WBA's #1 contender, in a c: scheduled 15-round junior middleweight bout to be televised live exclusively on NBC's "Sportsworld" Sun McCallum and Braxton both fought for Emmanuel Steward's famed Kronk Box ing Team from Detroit before the former left Kronk just prior to his October, 1984, ti tle bout with Sean Mannion. The Buccaneers reportedly have offered Holmes, the eighth. pick overall in the draft, between $1.4 million $1.5 million for four years. Holmes wants about $400, 000 more. "'"'"' San Diego Charger linebacker Mike Green plead ed innocent to a cocaine possession charge. 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"'"'"' Former Florida State star running back Greg Anderson, has signed a one year contract to play for the Cleveland Browns. Atlanta Braves pitcher Pascual Perez, who left the team Sunday in New York, has not talked with Braves of ficials about his leaving the team \ \ Parjck Ewing and the New York knicks will be on WTBS nine times, beginning with a Nov. 12 game against the Phoenix Suns "'"'"' DePaul's star guard Kenny Patterson was cut by the In diana Pacers Wednesday. For. wards Eugene McDowell, and Covell McQueen, were signed by the Milwaukee Bucks Los Angeles Lakers, guard-' forward, Mike McGee was signed to a four-year contract. Expletive On Camera Soils Willie Wilson's Big Night Willie Wilson may have been a hero on national televi sion Monday night in Kansas City's 5-4 victory over the New York Yankees, but he was cer tainly no saint. Wilson t apped a single and a double, knocked in two runs, scored another and stole his 28th base of the season, but made IJli!'re lasting im pression widi 1 somcthing he said. The City center fielder appeared to beat out a ground ball in the third inning but was called out at first base by Jmpire Nick Bremigan. Wilson had a few choice words for Bremigan before he left the playing field, and when he finally returned to the Kansas City dugout, ABC turned a camera on him for a close-up. Unknowingly, Wilson screamed out an ex pletive that the television net work was unable to screen. I never claimed to be a saint," Wilson said after the game. "But the people have to realize it was said during the heat of a game. It. was said out of frustration because I felt I bad a ; hit taken away from me. "I didn't know the camera was on me and I didn't know there was a mike on the camera. When I was yelling at the umpire, I wasn't trying to please anybody. l'm just try. ing to win." 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Funeral services for Mr. by Lee Tucker, of 1001 E 1st Ave., who passed away, "" ......... J, July 21st, will be Saturday, July 27th, at 1 .M., at Greater Grace. AlP(JtStmc' Church, with Elder ,:;1 1 ....... .,.... Sledge, officiating. In..... rm .. nt will be in the Shady Cemetery. Mr. Tucker a native of Edison, and a resident of for many_ years. He at the public schools of County. Mr. was an employee of the of Tampa for the past 10 Survivors are: a wife, Mae Tucker; 2 sons, Tucker and Robert ; parents, Roscoe Tucker and Vanessie Tucker; 2 o;:io;:tl"", Emma Drew and hus and Rossie George; 2 h.rnth .. James Tucker and -''"="''Tucker; 7 aunts, Annie and husband of ., ........... GA, Lillian Robinson husband of Edison, GA, Mannie Ruth Gibson and husband of Orlando, Mary ." ......... of Edison, GA, Freddie ae Davis, and Oreada and Easter Tucker, of Miami; 5 uncles, Roy and wife of South J.C. Polley and of Orlando, Leroy Holley wife of Orlando, Horace .. r -and wife, L.J. Tucker wife; 5 nieces, Angela Barbara Reed, Reed, Pam Tucker, d Delores Tucker; 2 nephews, Andrew George and wife, and Clarence Warren and wife; a host of other sor rowing relatives and friends. remains will repose at. Aikens Funeral Home from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. [ family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening. The funeral cor tege will arrange from 1001 E. 31st Ave. "AIKENS. FUNERAL HOME." OAK HILL'S FUNERAL HOME 5016 22nd St. Phone 237-8500 'Service is more than just a word with us. William J. Johnson, L.F D 50 years experience Services start at $1395 Complete Mr. and Mrs. H ill Owners BRYANT& WIL'LlAMS MRS. JOSEPHINE S. AUSTIN Mrs. Josephine Elizabeth Smith Austin, 10210 Oaklawaha Ave., passed away July 22, at her residence Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday at 1:30 P.M. from the Mt. Olive AME Church, 1745 LaSalle St., with the Pastor, Rev. J.M. Rutledge, officiating. En tombment will follow in the tron Baker both of Tampa, Linell R. and John R. Franklin of Madison, Wise.; a devoted family friend, Mrs. Lena M. Geiger; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The remains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Friday and at the church after 10 A.M. Saturday. THE RE. MAINS WILL NOT BE VIEWED AFTER THE EULOGY. THE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS AT THE CHAPEL FROM 6-7 P.M. Friday. The funeral cortege will form at 2205 No. Grady Ave. Arrangements en trusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). MR. EDDIE LAWRENCE, SR. Shady Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Mr. Eddie Lawrence, Sr., Austin was a native of Tampa 4207 Green Street, passed and a Legal Secretary. She was away July 21, in a local member of the Tampa Urban hospital. Funeral service will Legal Secretary's Association, be conducted at 11 Mrs. Gloria Robinson, PresiA.M. from tl}e Ray WUJtams dent. Mrs. Austin was a Memorial Chapel with the graduate of H.W. Blake High Rev. J.M. Rutledge, of School, Class of 1966 and also ficiating. Entombment will Brewster Vocational High follow in the Shady Grove husband, Benjamin of Tampa, Naomi Graham and husband, Willie of Big Springs, TX and Annie Bell Brimm of Tallahassee; 1 _grandchild, Tif fany Morgan; 1 aunt, Mrs. Amelia Todd of Tallahassee; 2 brother-in-laws, Obbie Rig gins and wife, Alfreda of Miami and Bernard Riggins and wife, Shirley of Poughkeepsie, NY; 1 sister-inlaw, Patricia Riggins Williams of 3 nephews, Nazareth Brimm of Detroit, James Brimm and family of Tallahassee and Henry Pride of Tampa; 3 nieces, Mrs. Lou Henry Davis and family of Tampa, Mrs. Sandra Glenn of Tampa and Mrs. Richie Bell Hicks of St. Louis, MO; and a host of other sorrowing relatives, neighbors and friends and co-workers at Tampa General Hospital. The remains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Friday. Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). MRS. EVA MURPHY School. She was also a Cememtery. A native of Mrs. Eva Murphy, 1901 5th graduate of Sawyer Business Tallahassee, Mr. Lawrence Avenue, passed away July 18, College. Survivors include: her had resided in Tampa for in a local Health Care Facility. devoted husband, Mr. John more than 25 years. He was an Funeral service will be conA. Austin; 1 son, Robert C. employee of the Hillsborough ducted Saturday at 1:00 P.M. Austin; a daughter, Felicia L. County. Road Department. from the First Baptist Church Austin; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Survivors include: his devoted of West Tampa, 1302 North Henry J. (Elizabeth) Smith, wife, Mrs. Ethel Lawrence; 3 Willow Ave., with the pastor, Sr.; 4 brothers, Herbert J. sons, Eddie Jr., Jeffrey and Rev. M.C. Johnson, ofSmith and wife, Lizzie of ColVincent; 1 devoted daughter, ficiating. Entombment will umbia, MD, Michael S. Melinda Lawrence; 3 brothers, follow in the Memorial Park Smith, Harold E. Smith of F. D. Lawrence and wife, Cemetery. Mrs. Murphy was a Pullman, Wash., and Henry J. Thelma of Tallahassee, native of Marianna, Florida Smith Jr., of Tampa; 1 sister, Solomon Lawrence, Jr. and and a resident of Tampa for Carol L. Ferguson; maternal wife, Rose of Tampa, and more than 45 years. She was a grandmother, Mrs. Hagar Wilbur Lawrence and wife, faithful member of First Rap35 years. She was also a Deaconess, a member of the Deaconess Council, the Pastor's Aid Club, a former member of the Mass Choir and Usher Board No. -1. She was also a member of the Pallbearers Grand Union, Lodge No. 10, Mr. Sam Stevens, President. Survivors include: a loving and devoted husband, Deacon Fred Mur phy; 1 brother, Mr. Elbert Harden, Jr.; 1 sister, Mrs. Edith Norman and husband, Eddie of Tampa; 3 nieces, Elezza Moore of Ocala, Lizzie Goldwire and Wilhelmenia Robinson, both of Savannah, GA; 2 nephews, Charles Dukes of Savannah and Taft Murphy of New York, NY; 2 cousins, Inez Roulac and Don nie Roulac of Tampa; god daughter, Mrs. Eddie Brady; godsoQ, Mr. Donald Walker; a devoted friend, Mrs. Martha Benton i of Tampa; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and devoted friends. The re mains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS FUNERA HOME after 5 P.M. Friday and at the church after 10 A.M. Saturday. THE F AMI-LY WILL RECEIV FRIENDS AT THE FROM 7-8 P.M. Friday. Ar rangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funerai Home). IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my mother, Mrs. Lenora Murphy, who departed this life, July 27, 1984. We love you, but God loved you best. Your son grandchildren. (Continued On Page 19-A) Price; paternal grandmother, .. Pollyanna of Tallahassee; 3 tist Church, having served as of Appalachicola, FL;' ., mother-in-law, Mrs. Beatrice A. Austin; 4 sister-in-laws, Ms. Betty A. Franklin of Madison, Wise., Ms. Inez A. Titus of Detroit, MI, Mrs. Rhudine A. Curry and hus band, Derek and Ms. Shirley B. Austin of Tampa; 3 uncles, Mr. Walter Polk and wife, Ann of Philadelphia, Mr. Ar tie L. Polk and wife, Reatha of Upper Marlboro, Md., and Mr. Andrew Polk of Ap palachicola; a great-aunt, Mrs. Ida M. Lee; a great uncle, Mr. Edward Roberts both of Appalachicola; Mrs. Lucille Stewart of Tampa; 5 nieces, Xylina Smith of Col umbia, Md., Bridgette Mit chell of Appalachicola, Demisia Thomas and lyana Y. Titus of Detroit and Yvonne D. Curry; 5 nephews, Herbert J. Smith, Jr. of Columbia, James A. and An248-1921' Aikens Funeral Home Corner 28-th & Buffalo 232-8725 Senior Citizens Christian Aide Plan Complete Burial -Low Cost INCLUDES: CEMETERY LOT (Your Choice) OPENING & CLOSINGVAULTMETAL CASKET (Your Choice) NEWSPAPER NOTICEFUNERAL PROGRAM MINISTER'S FEEMUSICIANLIMOUSINE HEARSECASKET SPRAYl D. C. CHAPEL SERVICE Weekdays Or Weekend Services Thomas Aikens l.lcensed f,meral Director I Embalmer


........................ .... .. IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM Letter To The Editor > In loving memory of my husband, Retd. U.S.A.N. David Mobley, Jr., who departed his life July 26, 1978. Seven years have passed. / Precious one has gone from us, a voice we loved is stilled, a place -is vacant in our hearts which never can be filled. Earth has no sorrow that H .. ,,,., n cannot heal. Sadly missed by your lov sweet, devoted wife, Mrs. Liliian Brown Mobley; sisters, Mrs. Mable McCray and Mrs. Turner; brother, Mr. Chestine; nephew, Willard Hill; nieces, Mrs. Luevenia Mitchell and Mrs. Sylvia Holmes and other relatives and friends. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dearly beloved, Robert Dixon, Sr., who was called to rest on July 24, 1984. Sadly missed: Wife, Bernetha Dixon; daughers, Panzina Dixon and Sanjo Dix on; son, Major Robert Dixon, Jr.; sisters and brothers. AIKENS FUNERAL HOMl Cor. Buffalo Ave. & 28th St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES: 247-3151 or 247-3152 PAMELA C. JACKSON Nov. 4, 1960 July 26, 1975 In loving memory of Pamela Cannon Jackson. Mother, Betty J. Denson; father, Mr. Julius Cannon; the Pickens and Cannon familit:s. IN MEMORIAM ROBE LEE (BANGA) HENRY Jan. 15, 1950 July 25, 1976 In memory of my son. Love: Mother, Louvenia; sisters, Luvator, Loretta and Carolyn; brother, John. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my darling parents and brother, Mrs. Rose Davis, who departed this life July 26, 1975; Mr. Arthur Davis who departed this life March 20, 1961; Mr. Julius C. Davis who departed this life May 5, 1959. God only knows how much I miss you three. Miss. Carrie B. Davis, daughter and sister; Miss -Juanita Payton, niece and cousin. ifuerlasting ilemorial CALL TODAY 3601 Swann Ave.Crest Building Tampa, Florida 33609 BRONZE-GRANITE-MARBLE CEMETERY MONUMENTS GUARANTEED THE FINEST COMPARE BEFORE YOU BUY. AND SAVE ON EVERY DAY LOW LOW PRICES FREE INSTALLATION 873-2156 Saturday & Sunday By Appointment Only TERMS God took the fragrance of a flower, the majesty of a tree, the gentleness of morning dew, the calm of a quiet sea, the beauty of the twilight hour, the soul of a starry night, the laughter of the rip pling brook, the grace of a bird in flight, the tender care of an angel, the faith of the mustard seed, the patience of eternity, the depth of a family's need, then God fashioned from these things a creation like no other, and when his masterpiece was through, -he called it simply Mother. Shooting Was Not At T he Alien, Says Owner To my mother, Lula Mae Stokes, with love and happiest memories on the second an niversary of her homegoing, July 25, 1983. Sarah E. Stokes 'GAY PAPA' MILES People asked everyday CARD OF THANKS about the shooting at the Alien and I would like to briefly ex plain how the Alien auditorium got MISTAKEN LY involved. The Alien had been closed for some 20 minutes and all employees were leaving when someone ran to the entrance door and yelled that there had been a shooting around the corner on Nebraska A venue and they believed someone had been shot. The first mistake l made was to ask my 2 Security Guards to go around the corner and down the streets to check out the problem. The seThe family of the late cond mistake was when the Diane Williams would like to security guards apprehended extend our heartfelt thanks two involved and brought our many friends for the many b'ack to the Alien hand gestures and acts of kindness, cuffed and asked me to call the shown during the illness and police. The third mistake was death of our love one. made when I called the police The flowers, cards, conand told tham that we were dolence, food, were grea!ly holding two shooting suspects appreciated and a spec1al at the Alien. The police thanks to Rev. E. J. Williams, operator logged the call as "a Sr., Rev. D. E. Colding and shooting at the Alien", before Elder R. Howard. they ever investigated. The Flowers, Jones and When officer J. Gulch and Williams Families. J. Castor arrived and wrote up CARD OF THANKS the report, these officers did The family of the late Rev. not write up a shooting at the Alien but as it happened on Nebraska Avenue. Persons in volved in the incident were not customers at the Alien but people walking on Nebraska and not on the Alien's proper ty or the Alien's parking lot. Now I see why witnesses rather not lend a helping hand when a crime has been committed. It is good that people are concerned and want to know what happened, but they should also be concerned about other places as well. On May 3, 1985, when someone fired a pistol at Riverfront Park and had hundreds of youngsters running and screaming, no one was con cerned. I wrote the city ad ministrator in charge of the park about the problems and nothing was done, not even a response. On May 26 when fighting brok out all over the park, I again notified the city and included the mayor's office, and in dicated that if someone got hurt the city would be liable. The park was then staffed with city policemen on Sundays. Several months ago when a man was shot and killed just a few feet away from an off duty policeman at the West Tampa Civic Center, no one was upset or concerned. More people now cater their func tions in the Hall where someone was killed and ex press no concern. At the Alien we have used off-duty policemen, security guards and bouncers all at the same time. When someone decides to act like a fool, they will act like a fool whether Policemen, Security Guards and bouncers all stand over him or not. Chester 'Gay Papa' Miles 248-1921 SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial For $705 Add .1>100 for servkes 1in Satur and add )100 for all senkes aftlr J p.m. CHARLES RELIFORD ... O.wner Rosa L. Bryant, wishes to ex press our grateful appreciation to otir neighbors and friends for all acts of kindnes s during her illness and passing. Thanks to her pastor and members of Holsey Temple CME and Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Also, the staff of Aikens Funeral Home. May God bless you all. The Bryant Family. FUNERALS BY: EMPIRE PAINTS BRYANT & WILLIAMS Roy Williams Funeral Home J4J7 N. Albany Ave. Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301-247-3719 253J9 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" KEYS MADE 39 Up WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 OAK HILL FUNERAL HOME 5016 N. 22nd Street Phone No. 237-8500 JJ/C, \Il-l/ II SI-.R IJ( F II/TIII.\ 1'111\tr-1\SIJ/ -1/_ / .. SeniLe Is More Than Just A Wore/ With Us. -------------------PAINT LATEX .... $2.79 OUTSIDE WHITE .. $6.49 ROLLER PAN SET ............. $1.49 Ea. 3" BRUSHES .............. : .... 49 Ea. SALE PRICES GOOD WITH THIS AD ONLY!!!! > = Q. :s. \ f = = =-= = riJ


..... ................. ... ---CLASSIFIED A .DS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT ..., Parttime Janitorial, Live-in cook needed for AVON MONEY TALKS! Beautifully Remodeled ;;... $5.00/hour. Immediate open-Boarding Home. Non< ings for males. 253-2539 or drinkers only. 247-6756: Q 229-2939. SEEKING EMPLOYMENT? SYSTEMS Sign Up With Us Today! COORDINATOR We're looking for ex-University Technical perienced feliable people for Services temporary and permanent Responsible for implemenassignments. tation, maintenance, and Secretaries $5.50/hr. working knowledge of various Typist $4.50/hr. software packages that are usClerks $4.00/hr. ed in administration and Data E ,ntry $4.50/hr. Wants you to sell where you 460737th Street 3 bedroom / 1 bath, cement work or in 3 bedroom frame/1 bath block, new roof. VA $0 down neighborhood. Call Now! Pat, No qualifying. 258-5151. FHA $1500 down' 238-8128. $37,400: INVESTORS 876-0780 CRUISE SHIP JOBS Potential gross $9,000 / year, 1------------11 Great income potential. All $5,000 down. Spacious 4-unit WEST TAMPA occupations. For information apt. bldg. Excellent rental Newly remodeled 3 / 1 in call: (312) 742-8620, ext. 339. area. Call Herman, 248-6112 nice neighborhood. Owner t------------1 (days) or 248-6256 (eves.) financed. Only $1,500 Experienced seamtress wanted at Cleaners, 3209 E. Hillsborough. TPM P. MARTINO, Inc. down, $350 month. Pay off REALTOR in 10 years. For more infor2018 E. 7th Avenue mation call 248-6256 eves. academic application. The Word Processors $6.00/hr. position has responsibilities 2811 W. Kennedy Blvd., N. 1------------4 LOW AS $200 HOMES FOR SALE for application software in-t04A Full time licensed hairDOWN 5 bedrooms, clean $28,000. stallation under CICS, MVS Dunmore UnLtd. dresser needed at Becky's If you are over-crowed or Owner financing. 237-1625 and VM as well as data securiPersonnel Salon, 5004 E. Sligh Ave. beil'lg displaced, you may 3 bedrooms, great area, ty and integrity. Serve as 873-7726 985-6337 qua, lify to buy a house. Perma$49,900. Owner financing technical consultant to infor-1-----;.....-------t----...... ------1 nent income is required. 237-1625. mation systems development AVON :GL & Assoc. Broker 3 bedrooms/2 baths, analyst and academic users. SENIOR SECRETARIES Looking for an opportunity 626-6689 $25.,000. Handyman special! Coordinates activities of the (HCC) to make money? Join the _. 237 1625 technical services team con-HCC immediate openings number one Beauty Company Nice 3 I 1 quiet EXECUTIVE HOME sisting of a Computer Systems for Senior Secretary positions. and earn 5070 of all your sales. hb h $146,500. Great Temple A al t S d C Dut1"es 1"nvolve advanced nelg or ood, clean, only Terrace locat1'on Ro om f n ys uperv1sor an om-For information call 685-3227. with $3,000 down. or puter Systems Analyst. stenographic and clerical 1-------------1 N Alaska For more info tennis court. 237-1625. Bachelor's degree in relevant responsibilities and functionSUN -BELT REALTY fl.eld and a m1"n1"mum of 3 d t t 'd Cook plus Housekeep er, can : Herman, 248 6112 (days) Assoc. Inc., Realtor mg as an a mm1s ra 1ve a1 e or 2"'8-6256 (eves). years relevant experience to the unit supervisor. $3.60 per hour. Must have beyond the bachelor's level re-Minimum Qualifications: first aid willing to study. rpM P. MARTINO, Inc. FOR RENT Call 22 3 i REAL TOR quired. Preference will be High school graduation (or 5-1 17, 9:30 a.m. -5 ; 20 8 given to applicants who equivalency) and 3 years of p.ni. I--'!'"' __ __ .Nice rooms for nice people. possess: 5 years professional secretarial/clerical & typing CARVER CITY nf1ltp{ preferred. experience, 2 of which at a experience ( or comparable TRANSPORTATION AREA 1 : ll.ll. 251-4620. supervisory level; background amount training & exDRIVER J BR/2 bath, family in MVS AND CICS Systems; perience). Also, must type 60 :$5.21. hrly. Drives central heat and air, Knowledge of SAS and inforwpm and take dictation at 80 passenger vehicle intercom system, w/w matics products, including wpm. (Tests required). transporting clients to & concrete block, nice 3 bedroom house f

,. .............................................. .................... CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED 6 FOR RENT FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS Room for rent. Christian HOUSE FOR RENT It's Here As advertised in PRIVATE INVESTORS hearted man only. No smokCall after 5 p.m. 248-2679. Ebony"The Dick Gregory Will consider any situation. ing in the house. 242-6691. 1--------------tDiet Plan." Distributors needHomeowners only. 963-0565 MONEY TALKS! ed. Call 248-6222 evenings (days); 963-1956 (nights). Room for rent 1920 E. Em1 bedroom CB building, after 4 p.m. 1------------ ma. Move in today! 237-8351. 2718 12th Avenue. AnENTION: '77 Plymouth Senior Citizens, Groups, FOR RENT Large furnished roenis for Gran Fury Private Schools, Churches and Small apartment by week or rent with kitchen facilities. Loaded! Ex-detective's car. Clubs, lady has bus for hire. .;,.m_o_n_t_h_. _93_2_-28_5_6_. -----t-C-al_l_2_37_-_z8_o_8_. ------t $295 down, full price s795 No Reason a b I e rates. Call 0 M t 3043 626-3664. 1/1 duplex, $50 week, SUS Apartment and room for mterest. range o ors, ...._ __________ __ deposit. 2318 Walnut. Drive rent. 223-2181. Florida Ave. 229-0549 If you have been planning to by then call932-3077. lose weight, now is the time to Room For Rent month. 1804 5th Ave. We Buy Land. Area. do it. Call 677-3944 or Mature person or persons. 237-1371. Call HermaJI, 248-6111 or 221-1548 and order Dick Couple preferred. Call: 1------------1 eves. 248-6256. Gregory's Bahamian Diet. 237-5251. Room for rent, $45/weekly. Tom P. Martino You'll be glad you did .. Would like real nice religiousInc. Realtor MONEY TALKS! 2018 E. 7th Ave. MONn TO LEND hearted settled man. 242-6691. M t L t 1 and 2 bedroom apts for __ --J or gage oans up o rent' a/c. I & M Apts., 1002 ..f t $15,000. Credit Checks. Small frame h()use or ren Lemon St. 258-5151. k"t MORTGAGE LOANS Tom P. Martino, Inc., __ --t 2 bedrooms, living room, No Credit'Check! Reoltor Unfurnished 1 BR apt., chen, bath. Section 8 Tony Muniz, Jr. 2018 E. 7th Ave. 2305-lSth St. Clean and 253-2965, after 4. Licensed Mtg. Bkr. Ph: 248-6111 reasonable. 238-3244. 6304 N. Nebraska Ave. Apt. for rent by week or by LOW INTEREST Furnished rooms for rent, month. 989 0271 237-5011 MORTGAGES 2204 Chipco. Clean,l------------1 Call UsWe Can Help! reasonable, refrigerator, cookWe buy Homes and Lots ACCURATE MORTGAGE ing facilities. 238-3244. Section 8 only. 1 bedroom For Cosh. BROKER a-.....:.-----------1 home, 3212 Lindell Ave. ANTHONY & 1 Bedroom 237-1371. ASSOCIATES 14540 N. Florida Avenue. Duplexes REAL TOR Call Alan, days, 963-0565; Stove, refrigerator, air, Section 8 only. 2 bedroom 6304 N. Nebraska nights, 963-1956. carpet, burglar bars. 31\0 11th home, 8015 N. lOth St. 237-5011 Ave and 402 Amelia. Call: We buy Homes. Any Condi621-4166 after 7 P. M. ADULTS GORDY'S lion. Any Area. Tom P. Martino ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished apartments and AIR-CONDJTIONING & Inc., Reoltor COLUMBUS DRIVE/ rooms. Very nice and conveHEATING 2018 E. 7th Ave. FLORIDA AVE. nient location. 228-9538. All appliances oil, gas, 248_6111 Furnished, neat, clean and electrical, refrigerators and .... ___________ ,. reasonable. 238-3244 or .., __ M_I_S_C_E_L_L_A_N_E_o_u_s_-1 freezers, ice machine, a / c, 988-2587. washers/dryers. Call HOME IMPROVEMENTS 22,000 BTU Air-223-9233. uality work. All types. ROOMS FOR RENT Conditioner, less than 1 year 1------------1 Repairs, remodeling, and new Large furnished rooms with old. Reasonable offer. THRIFT SALE conslruclion. Class A license burglar bar door, near Florida 229-1982 Thurs, Fri. and Sun., corner contractor. 238-3244 or Avenue. Newly remodeled. L-------------ICentral& Adalee (in front of 988-8551. Bathroom kitchen URGENTII Robles Lake). 1------------ privileges. $45/week plus Section 8 Appl. Seeking 3 ..... -----------1 BR CB home in Palm River, $1500 deposit required. Clair Mel or Progress Village '76 Lincoln Mark V Diamond Jubilee Loaded! $595 down, Behind In House Payments? 253-2539 or 229-2939. 11-..:..;.....;_ ___ .._ ___ --1 area, Call Carol, 242-6223 1st MONTH'S RENT after 6 p.m. I Can Help! Call: 855-5133. 24 Hrs. FREE $200 Moves You In Limited time period. $35/weekly. No Interest. Not------------ 1------------1 Credit Check! Orange Motors, $$1 BUY HOMES$$ Come grow with us! Spacious 2 bedroom un furnished apt., electric ap pliances, security guard liv ing on premises. 231-4745. 2909 JEFFERSON ST. Furnished apt. for rent. large 2 bedrooms, $220 per month plus deposit. Phone: 229-7133 or 251-3610. HOW TO GAMBLE AND WIN For details send $5.00 to Business Manager, James H. Spruce, P .0. Box 824, Tam pa, Fla. 33601. Washers I Dryers Refrigerators I Freezers Starting At Just $5.00 Per Week Free Service ROOMS FOR RENT 2nd Avenue, Ybor City, I neat and clean, reasonable, : refrigerator and cooking 238-6461 facilities. 238-3244 or 1------------1 988-l587. Ntce clean rooms, $45/weekly,lst and last week's rent ($90) moves you in. 248-5444. 2212 20th Ave., Apt. B Modern 2 bedroom apt., carpet and central air, hook3043 Florida Ave. 229-0549. REWARD $5-$500 For Your Junk Car Fast Pickup I 626-6124 Any area. Any condition. I<'ast service. Call Alan, days, 963-0565; nights, 963-1956. '75 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Powder blue, super sharp! $495 down, $35/weekly. Ride Today! Orange Motors, 3043 Florida Ave. 229-0549 .1 .1 .1 .1 .I fT&W IMMEDIATE RESULTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY flh,yuuu& awaA.e o-r rtiUuu.& oa::it/e. a.uaikNe Ymb!aal BotUZOe/vy; rlJw-tA/ {tu-a,tr-o-/ Jer-t.HCeu INCLUDING PAP SMEARS, VD SCREENING, COUNTY, FLORIDA CiVIL DIVISION No. 85-3922 Div.P ST. LUKE AFRICAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH, INC., assignee of the CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA Complainant vs. Lots 17 and 18 of Block 9 of May's Addition to Tampa, Less right-of-way for road, with street address of242217tb Avenue, Tampa, Florida Defendant NOTICE OF SALE On July 22, 1985, Kaydell Wright, Esq was appointed Special Maste.r by order of the Circuit Court\ of Hillsborough County, -Florida, the Honorable Ralph Steinberg, Judge, to sell the following described property: Lots 17 and 18 of Block 9 of May's Addition to Tampa, ac cording to plat thereof recor ded in Plat Book 1, Page 59, Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida less that part heretofore deeded to the City of Tampa and recorded at Official Record 1054, Page 66 on December 1962, with street address of 2422-17th Avenue, Tampa, Florida. Notice is hereby given that the .Special Master shall cause the said property to be sold at public auction as follows: Place: Corner of 17th A venue and 25th Street, Tampa, Florida (The property site) Date: August 10, 1985 Time: 12:00 Noon The procedure for bidding is as follows: (1) A minimum bid of $3,700 (Three Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars), mu st be made; (2) The winning bid must be paid as follOws: at least lOOJo (ten percent) at time of sale by cash, (:ertified check or money order and the balance within twenty-four (24) hours of sale or by 3:00 P.M., August 12, 1985. Any inquiries regarding the sale can be made of the Special Master at the address and telephone number below. Executed this 23rd day of July, 1985. /s/Kaydell Wright KAYDELL WRIGHT, ESQ. Special Master 110 North Armenia Avenue Tampa, Florida 33609 (813) 254-4623 T.CARLTON RICHARDSON, ESQ. Attorney for Plaintiff 2310 North Nebraska Ave. Unit 1 Tampa, Florida 33602 (813) 223-7075 > = =::::!. I ;: up for washer/dryer in den, no children, no pets. Phone: 248-0138 between 8-10 a.m. or 3-5. ALL METHODS OF BIRTH CONTROL SOUTH TAMPA NORTH TAMPA [Z--1 251-0505 961-7907 Neat, clean and reasonable, 1302 S Dale Mabry 14704 N Florida Ave. I..WV ,_, Member ol Na tional Formerly Tampa Coun .. linq :\ 'fO)lilj\) refrigerator and COOking Abortion Federation and Abortion Center 988-2587. ----.... ---


Former Housing__Authority Director Is Charged With Bribes Police/Community Workshops More Planned For Community ST. PETERSBURG The former executive director of the St. Housing "2 .1:1 flj -:= = c:r -= = I .5. Authority was arrested Wednesday morning and ac cused of taking $4,500 in bribes from a Pinellas Park exterminating firm Jack L. Highsmith, 62, was charged with two counts of receiving unlawful compensa tion from the pest control firm that did work at a local public housing complex. He was booked into Pinell as County jail and later released on his own recognizance by Circuit Judge JohnS. Andrews. Police said Highsmith asked an official with the Hunt Ex terminating Company for the money in 1982 and 1983 to "guarantee" that the com pany would get contracts from the housing authority. The company then received two contracts totaling about $44,000 to exterminate ter mites in buildings at the Jor dan Park public housing com plex. Highsmith refused to re spond to the charges when reached at his St. Petersburg home Wednesday afternoon. "I have no comment what soever until l talk with my at torney," he said Hunt officials also declined to comment Wednesday. BURGLARIES Ms. Ola Mae Brown, 49, 2704Y2 E. 19th Ave., reported to police that an unidentified male. suspect unlawfully entered her home, and fled the scene with $526 in cash. According to police reports, an unidentified suspect unlawfully gained entry into the home of Ms. Veda Ann Parker, 29, 2808 N. Highland Ave., and fled the scene with $650 in cash. Six five-pound boxes of shrimp, valued at $202.75, were taken by an unknown culprit, from the Shrimp King, Inc., 2617 22nd St. Causeway, Building 703, according to police reports. Eddie Smith, 46, 3607 E. 24th Ave., reported the incident. An unidentified suspect, ac cording to police reports, removed a $100 window air cond i tioner from the home of Walter Lee 91, 3901W. Arch JACK HIGHSMITH The arrest Wednesday is the latest in several years of troubles at the housing. authority, most of which occurred during Highsmith's tenure as director from April 1979 to March 1984. In July 1983, St. Petersburg police began investigating reports of "bribery, corrup tion and unlawful compensa tion of government at the housing authonty. Police said Wednesday that their investigation -is not com pleted. "We definitely are con-templatingthe possibility of additional charges, and we are continuing the investigation," said Sgt. John Stepanov of the St. Petersburg police intelligence section. Police re-fused to say who Is suspected of giving the alleged bribes to Highsmith; Ave. The suspect fled with $200 worth of jewelry. It was reported to police that an unidentified culprit robbed a gas station, located at 701 N. Westshore, and fled the scene with $300 worth of tools and a tool box. EmA scene from a police/community workshop. Due to the success of three BY GWEN HAYES least two days to this imporprevious police/community Sentinel Managing Editor tant effort. Community workshops, three additional leaders entail parents, retirees, workshops have been planned 4213 W. Green St. educators business owners, as for the Tampa community Past workshops have in-well as and civic after additional funds have eluded lively debates, heated leaders been allocated to cover exaccusations, pointed quesrir. Sandra Wilson Sheehy, penses of the workshops. tions, angry reactions to conProvost of Hillsborough ComThe first -of t}:le second troversial training films used munity College, will referee phase of workshops will emat the Police Academy, as well and facilitate the sessions brace the Carver City/Lincoln as small group dialogue and Continental breakfast and Gardens community. The work sessions. Sheriff Walter full-course lunch will be served series of provocative Heinrich and Chief Don each day to all registered par workshops is designed to imNewberger have assigned a ticipants. prove relations between local combined total of 12 to 15 ofThe deadline for registra law enforcement agencies and ficers to be present for each of tion is Friday, August 9. Plan private citizens the three days. now to register early. Persons The overall has hP.Pn The goal of this workshop is wishing to register for the "A Working Partnership, to identify and register thirty workshop, or seeking more inPolice and Community teenagers and young adults, formation, should call the OfUniting for Justice, Public. and homeowners who are cone fice of Community Relations, Safety and Effective cerned enough to commit at 223-8241. Control." The workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, August 14 through Friday August 16, and will be held at the Forest Heights Community Center, manuel Morigene, 26, 2609 w. DRUG ARRESTS Arch, reported the incident. 19,77. A great thing is a great book; 55,33. but a greater thing than all is While at the corner of N. According to police reports, Nebraska Ave. and E. 33rd William C. Davis, 28 1811 E. Ave., according to police 5th Ave., was arrested and charged with possession of coreports, L. D. Adams, 72, caine while in the 1800 block 3415 N. 25th St., had his of E. 24th Ave. shotgun, valued at $75, taken. Andre Garcia, 27, at-large from him by a known female .. address, was arrested and suspect. charged with delivery and By throwing a brick through' possession of marijuana, while talk of a great man. 41,22. -Frank's Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 621-4034 Residential Commercial Financin2 Arranged the window of an automobile at the corner of N. 29th St. belonging to Gregory Lamar and E. Lake Ave., according Burglar Bars Railings Rodgers, 22, 1806 138th Ave., 'Firt' Escapes Stairw::lys Weldings an Unl. dentifi.ed suspect fled to police reports. Owner Ornamentals the scene at the corner of 1 248 192 l Insured Banded .. with a radio valued at $400 Four hubcaps, valued at Have You Been Injured In An Autonwbile Free Home Security Tips $120 and belonging to Kenny Accz'den t Or By A Motor Vehicle And It Eugene Jacobs, 20 420 N. Lincoln St., Daytona Beach, Wasn't Your Fault? were taken by an unidentified Call: suspect, who fled the scene at K A YDfLL O. ,_.'RIGHT 6905 N. 40th St., according to WW1 police reports. Attorney A t _l.aw PLEASE 254-4623 IT THE WRIGHT BLDG. K.EEP Armenia Tampa, Fla. 33609 r--THEFTS DOWN (Free Parlclngl It was reported to police that an unidentified suspect burglarized the home of Hugh Vincent Dorsett, 27, 707 E. Broad St., Apt. D. The suspect fled the scene undetected with a stereo valued at $230. .JW ATTY. KAYDELL 0. 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...................... Famitles Of Six Burned Kids Bishop Tutu Halts Suspect sought_ Refuge s File Suit Against Owner Mob Violence In West Tampa Home JOHANNESBURG, South c. Helda, 11, and Melvin, Jr., 14. Two others were cousins spending the night: Titus Davis, 11, and Tracy Dean, 10. Three families of six children burned to death iil a fire June 15, 1984 hilVe filed a suit against George Sain, Jr., owner of the house at 2127 W; Palmetto, where the kids lost their lives. The suit asks for in excess of $5,000 Africa Nobel laureate Twenty-six-year. -o I d Bishop Desmond Tutu battled Michael Anthony Williams < through a mob of angry blacks was taken into custody Wednesday to rescue a man Wednesday afternoon on they were about to set affire grand theft and assaul! for being in league with -charges, but not before whites. holding police at bay in West Seven children were sleeping in upstairs bedrooms of the two-story house rented by Melvin and Sheryl Thomas. One child, 16-year-old Stephanie Allen, was able to jump to safety. The Thomases were sleeping in a downstairs bedroom. The suit alleges that Sain was negligent in placing smoke detectors in the house. Only one smoke detector in the house, when, according to tbe suit, Fire Safety Codes require smoke detectors to be placed outside each bedroom. 1Kill him, burn him," Tampa. shouted some in the crowd as Williams was spotted by OfTutu, a black Anglican ficer Mildred Grant at 11:15 bishop, and Bishop Sirneon a.m., inside the Floridan Knoane shouted at the Grocery at the corner of Main to stop. St. and Rome Ave. But as she Four -of the children were members of the Thomas fami ly: Betty Joe, 6, Nellie, 10, Families filing the suits are: The Thomas Family; Merita Vickie Davis, mother of Titus; and Robert Lee Moore, brother of Tracy. Their at torney is R. Wayne A group of 50 or 60 blacks attempted to handcuff him, then moved l:>ack as the the suspect escaped and sought 5-foot-3 Tutu ordered the man refuge inside the apartment of who the crowd suspected 55-year-old Mercedes Bolden was a police informer-into a and her three grandchildren. car, which was then driven Mrs. Bolden and her family MICHAEL A. WILLIAMS 2312 St. Conrad St., gave himself up to a Tactical Response Team that was off. were able to escape unharmed M .an Shot In Back Culprit Weather Report By Unknown According to police spokesman Johnny Barker, 40-year-old Marcellus Henry, 3102 E 24th Ave., was shot in the lower back early Thursday morning outside his home. Barker's synopsis of the shooting was provided by Henry's wife. She stated that as her husband was exiting from his parked car at 12:04 a.m. she heard a gun shot. Seconds later, she heard her husband banging on the door and yelling that he had been shot. 0 Today Partly cloudy and warm with scattered showers. High 90, low 75. Henry was hospitalized at St. Joseph's Hospital in stable but serious condition, but his condition has been upgraded. Saturday Partly cloudy and war.m, high 91, low 76. Police currently have no suspects in custody. Barker stated that the police are investigating the incident. Sunday tintied warm, low 75. Con high 90, Phone Your News 248-1921 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN WANTS YOU TO SELECT 10 Best Dressed Yes, we're looking to you to select Tampa's 10 Best Dressed men and women. All ;ou have to do is to nominate one or more and for them. The with the highest number of votes will be named in a special FashiOn Extravaganza editiOn on Friday, August 23rd & 27th. PRIZES and GIFTS sponsored by FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN. Rules and Regulations _J FEMALE Grace Sherman Atty. Arthenia Joyner Sorrenia Dillion Luisa Puerto Ambria Johnson Lashawn Cail Vanessa Brown Ursel Staten Delina Batson Carol Aldridge Sheree Cunningham Florence James Beatrice Leggett Melissa Jones I Selections of the Top 10 Best Dressed will be made on the basi s 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. Employees and/or members of their families or anyone else .dir;.!:ctly associated with the Florida Sentinel-Bulletin are not eligible to participate in the contest 3. No duplication or facsimile of VOTE COUPON will be ac-be announced at the Fashion 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 yvu know is considered a flashy dresser, en ter their names now. Nominations will end Julv 31. ___ i :TOP TEN BEST DRESSED : 11 cast my vote for: MALE 0 FEMALE 0 I I NAME GE I IPHONE I I Clip and mail to 'Top 10 Best Dressed', c/o Fla. Sentinel, 1 t : y207 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605. -1 List f l..andidates MALE Johnnye M. Williams Bob Morr:ison Michael Willingham Andrew Tarver Herbert Bassett Atty. Belinda Noah Robert Nicholson Charles Jones Cynthia Ball Kim Sanders Michael Burt George Davis Renaye Gooding Atty. Warren Dawson Bennie Pollard Gwendolyn Miller Bobby Bowden Stan Montgomery Betty Baker Tony CoTHns Robert Jones Sharon Tolliver Larry Walker Philip Austin Debbie Johnson Danny Vickers John Wesley Jones Lillian Thomas Michael Hood Lesley J. Miller Mary Fleming Eric Lee Curtis Reed Lexie Campbell p. Rhonne Sanderson Frank Reddick Martha Webb Kenneth Lofton Jerod Hicks Mercedes D. Smith Rodney Thomas B. Rick Tims Patricia Cliatt Be certain to get your nominations In on or before July Thelma Shuman 31. Weekly tabulatll)n!i will a _ppear. while the suspect hid under her negotiating him. He was kitchen table. taken to Hillsborough At 12:31 p.m., Williams, of County Jail. Purchasers must obtain their own chase. financing for all sales These properties may contain violations. Please contact a realtor of your HUD reserves the right to reject choice to see or bid on any of the or all bids and to waive any ontn.r. properties listed. mality or irregularity in any bids. PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE FOR Bids will not be accepted direct CASH, WITHOUT WARRANTY IN from a bidder. All bids MUST BE THEIR AS-IS" CONDITION. AND ARE milled through a real estate brok_er NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS HUD will pay a portiOn of the closing costs if requested in offer to pur-NEW LISTINGS LISTING DATE: July 26, 1985 TAMPA 093-218873 093-199719 093-201200 093-184623 093-202121 093-204427 093-216745 093-172259 802 Frierson E. 4006 Idlewild 5904 Manhattan Ave. 3415 Paris E 3113 th St. LAKELAND 29,150 (LBP) 212 20,000 (LBP) 211 36,000 3 / 1 38,500 3/2 23,250 3 / 1 2262 Hont umb 47,500 3/2 3 / 2 632 1'1 47,800 WINTER HAVEN 113Harbur llr y 30,000 3 / 2 All sealt"d anti identifiable hid' nn above properties must be date stamped in the Tampa It UO offict" I:' pm, August -5;1985. The Bid Opening date at the Tampa Ill' I> office on thi' ufl'ering is 9:00am, August 6, 1985. Properties listed btlow are II\ atlable until sold or relisted under 10 day sealed bid period: 093-199494 093-209629 093-1911607 093-131608 093-193966 093-2027711 093-18(, 7 (t4 093-217(>-17 093-2184J(J 093-204MII 093-181lO'IJ 09J-20S 11>1 TAMPA 2912 Highland A e N 4818 Highland Ave N 1208 Avt" t: 3312 Prh:e A e 6905 Rhude Island Or 10206 Turllt-It ill('( SOS Virginia : \ H t 8614. 9th ..... 4108-15th 't' 2503. 17th t' 290919th \H' 6204-41'''' PLANT CITY 25,500(LBP) 3/l 18,800 211 24,400(LBP) 211 21,6SO(LBP) 3/1 30,500 3/2 42,500 2 / 1 16,650(LBP) 211,111 23,500(LBP) 2 / 1 21,000 3 / 1 16,700(LBP) 3 / 1 27,200 3 / 1 22,800(LBP) 3 / 1 093-197\IJi 2508 W11Hr" 24,500 211 TEMPLE TERRACE 093-216717 46oiPuritanHil 39,000"LUTZ 093-204317 1921 Br 57,400 093-204563 WAUCHULA 35 Charnlw.-lain Bhd 14,750 (LBP) Indicates $500 escrow deposit lor elimina@'P'"'Hun : O UAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 1/1 212 3 / I.S 1r 33601 > = Q. .. "C > G"'l M .>-1 M z ..., >< .:, :t ::-= M M >


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Frankie Faison of USF's 16 will tape the pro gram that will be shown later on cable's Community Access Channel. Joyce Boglin will be commentator, Cathy Hadley is production manager, Jackie Hadley, photographer and Patrice Herard-Sutton is in charge of public relations. Ex-Black Panther His Conversion Speaks Of To God Before a small audience at Greater Friendship M.B. Church, former Black Panther and heroin addict Anthony Bryant spoke of the old Tony and the new Tony. The old Tony was an armed robber who served time in San Quentin Folsom and Soledad prisons i n California. He was also a pimp, who joined the militant Panther organization in 1968 as a hitman and liaison with Cuba. "I believed that everything that happened in Tony Bryant's life was due to the system and the white man," BY PATrY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer the 47-year-old California native explained. "I had to get rid of them, kill them," Bryant stated. "My philosophy was that if you wanted a change, put a .38 to a man s head and pull the trigger.'' He further explained, "I was giving myself over to be u s ed by diabolical forces I dido 't understand that there is a God and a Satan, and as long as there is a Satan there will be wars and destruction." The new Tony can be classified as an evangelist, because his message is to turn towards God. "I am a warrior, and a warrior defends truth and righteousness at aU times," he stated. ''The power of God is what operates in my life ,'' Bryant told t he audience triumphant ly. "I don t care about the devil or his people because I've got the full armour of God's power protecting me." The old Tony was also a Communist supporter. On March 6, 1969, he hijacked a plane to Cuba with the inten-Artists Bring Work Together To Life To Canvass BY PATrY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer A series of paintings "reflecting the spirit of the Bandit s team", which is on di s play at the Tampa Bay Courthouse, marked the beginning of E. J King's and Bob Morrissey's work i ng rela tionship. That was three years ago. Since then the pair have col laborated on other projects, including a soon-to-bereleased series on the Chicago Cubs. "As artists, we paint in dividually as we work on the paintings together,'' explained 43-year-old King, who is a native of Brooklyn N Y He moved to Florida 13 years ago. "What we're doing," King continued to explain, "is somewhat similar if not the same as a number of great ar tists -in the past, who use to work as the senior artist and had others working with them following the i r lead.'' He cited Michelangelo as an example. "He (Morrisse y ) i s the lead artist and i s a ble t o tie the paintings together so that it BOB MORRISSEY tions of returning to this coun try with arms to overthrow this government. According to Bryant, he became a Born Again Chris tian after experiencing and witnessing Communist cruelty in prisons and work camps. Now the new Tony warns against Communist infiltra tion in America "You will never see Tony Bryant stand up with his arms around a Communist," he proclaimed. "Th.e spirit that resides inside a Communist is an evil spirit, and in their mouths lies deceit and destruc tion. "Communism has its roots ANTHONY BRYANT ,, E. J. KING looks like on e art i st did the work," Ipng s ta t ed. Morrissey, a Chica g o n ative who ha J been teach ing art classes for 17 years at Polk Community College, added: "We are getting two different outlooks on the same subject in the same series But in t he end the series blends together. "We work well together," Morrissey stated. Accord i ng to King, "We both think thi s is reall y uni que, no one else i s doi n g th i s l f eel f or t unat e tha t we blend," he ack n o w l e dged "I come an d w or k with him and see his te ch niques, which a p erson lea rns over a number o f years. I'm always seeing something and learning s ome t h ing new to develop my ow n skills." While the Bandits' series w a s special to King b ecause his s on Tim K i n g, w a s on t h e s quad; th e Chi c ago Cub s s eries has a s pecial plac e in Morrisse y' s heart. "I'm excited abou t this one," the lifelong artist exclaimed. "It is a fanta s y to do something for the Cubs, I have been a fan for over 30 years in hell," Bryant stated "What is happening around the world is a spiritual battl e between good and evil, Chr i st and anti-Chris t," h e em phasized. 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................. r H -" E ___ S u N Dil y Thomas Dorsey--The Father Of Gospel Music 5> Soul music arrived on the ----ThomasA.Dorseyhasbeen -< SCHOOL LESSON acclaimed undisputedly, the scene in the 1960's and the Father of Gospel Music music scene was complete. Renewed interest and fame has Gospel born of the blues had BY REV. A LEON LOWRY God s Inclusive In James Michener's The Covenant, a fictional novel about South Africa's history, there is a powerful retelling of the origins of apartheid. In many ways, one could com pare the establishment of White South African colonies and the displacement of Black Africans to our own American settlement and the disenfranchisement of the native Americans and Blacks. In both cases, racial discrimina tion severely limited the rights and opportunities of people of color. Yet, what would our attitude be if God called us to minister to the needs of the racist s and pigots of thi s world? How would we re s pond? Would we obey His command or s end somebody els e? In our les son Jonah, God's prophet had to deal with thi s issue and more He wa s called to go to the "great city" of Nineveh, to pagan people, different people. Why? What was God trying to prove? Let's find out. Since God Is the Creator of all men, it is not surpri s ing that His concern extended beyond the people of Israel to those of Nineveh. He saw their sins and inevitable judgment, and decided to warn them by commissioning His servant Jonah to carry out the job. Our Scripture tells us that Jonah resisted his respon sibility and tried to run away from God. He did not want to go to Nineveh, the heathen ci ty, to a people of a different ethnic background. Ifl'Stead, he took off and tried to go somewhere else. He went to the ship docks to find a ship going anywhere ... except where he was supposed to go. He boarded a ship at Joppa, and shortly thereafter set sail -in the opposite direction from Nineveh. During his journey he fell asleep, feeling that he had avoided going to Nineveh. The ability to fall asleep leads us to believe that we, like Jonah can avoid going God wants us to go, and that we can outrun God. Evidently Jonah's disdain for God s assignment had caus ed him to forget who God wa s No one can outrun the long arms of God. God sent a pur suer after him a mighty s torm on the sea. It no or dinary storm, even the hardy sailors thought the ship would break up. They threw all of their cargo overboard and cried out to their respective gods to save them. When the storm abated, they inquired of Jonah his occupation. They asked, Where do you come from?" "What is your na tionality"? Jonah knew the reason for the storm and in response to his request, the men threw Jonah overboard and the sea ceased her raging. Look carefully, if you will at the results of the man running from his responsibilities The results of our re s istance to God's plan for our lives may not be as dramatic as they were for Jonah. Yet they are oftenjust as real. We hesitate to accept or exercise respon sibility toward men of other races. For many of us that "other race" is either White or Black although certain contain large populations of brown, red, and other ethnic and mi tional groups Why do we not fulfill our responsibilities of s haring God's message with them? What keeps us apart? Extending an outstretched hand of love toward those who will grasp it is at least a partial fulfillment of our responsibili ty toward those of other races. We will not argue a:bout the "whale" that swallowed Jonah, but there were two pur poses we need to see, first the whale served as a place of judgment for Jonah who had not carried out God's instruc tion. We also observe here that although Jonah is judged, he discovers God's mercy in judg ment and that is beautifully il lustrated by His treatment of the Ninevites recorded in the following chapter, but the fact of his judgment cannot be denied. Jonah did go to Nineveh and there he preached God renewed his commission In Nineveh, the people responded to the preaching of a reluctant prophet. The king called for fasting and repentance. Everyone was asked to cry 4v \:' Seal' COVERS and Cor1plete Auto Cleaning and Detail Specialize In : Seat Covers Carpeting Door Panels Headlining Complete Interior Car Wash / DANNY NORMAN Having Started In Virginia Over 35 Yrs Ago, Norman Is Sure To Get The Job Done. Call 253-2927 Or Stop By 1603 N. Albany (Cor. Green & Albany) FREE Estimates been heaped upon this legensired its own progeny; rhythm and blues and soul music. dary gospel music pioneer. Young Thomas grew up in a Greats like Sam Cooke, Christian environment, his Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, father a Baptist minister and and Stevie Wonder, have all teacher his mother a learned gone directly from gospel to musician, who played for her popular music One of Elvis husband's church It was she Presley's early million selling who taught Tom to play. hits was Dorsey's "Peace In Fame in secular music The Valley", which had became his in his early career previously sold a million in music He became known as copies for Red Foley. THOMAS A. DORSEY Tod G I b th "Georgia Tom"' and worked ay ospe Is o an art with such greats as Lionel and an industry. Albums by Hampton and Ma Rainey. He was a lively effort to fuse gospel s ingers like James reaffirmed his covenant with traditional Baptist lyrics to the Cleveland and Andrae Crouch God and returned to the style and soul of the blues. routinely sell a million copies church, and in 1929 published Besides using blues rhythms; Billboard magazine lists gospel the first gospel song, "If You Thomas Dorsey's songs emreleases right along with best See My Saviour". phasized personal singing selling classical, pop, and rock This began the new innovastyle. re c ordings \ tion of music in church gospel music. His new music mightily to God, and to turn from their evil ways of violence and robbing with the hope that God would hold back His fierce anger. What a response! Is thi s not the kind of response God is seeking from us today -yes even from His own followers when they are guilty of forsak ing Him. What fine gesture it would be if the leaders of this nation would lead the way in repentance for the great crimes America has committed against our heavenly Father. Even though the reluctant prophet had delivered he warning of impending destru tion to the people of Nineveh, he had some important lessons to learn about God's mercy in dealing with people. Jonah argued with God for His mer cy to Nineveh. This tells us that Jonah had only delivered the message, but he had not at tempted to help the Ninevites to find repentance. Why not? Jonah was jealous for the honor of his country. They had not repeated the favor God had shown to these Gen tiles upon their repentance, was an omen to the Jewish na tion. So he quarreled with God. Jonah's heart was not right. His prayer was one of com plaint. He was unhappy and his negative feelilngs got ahead of his graces. He tried to justify fleeing God's presence .He would rather die than see the glory of Israel transferred to the Gentiles. Hi s pride took precedence over God' s righteous concern s Whenever the flag and the Bib.le become equal in significance God has been dethroned from His rightful place as Lord. God had to re-educate Jonah to understand thi s principle Jonah's prediction did not come true. People were spared, God was concerned that people turn to Him, not that they be de s tro y ed. Spot Advertising Works Go Classified 248-1921 l Eight Leadership Posts Filled With Blacks At SDA Conference WASHINGTON, D.C Eight of the top 22 elective posts for Seventh-day Adven tist Church leadership in North America were filled with Blacks during the Church's recent 54th Interna tional Conference in the Loui siana Superdome of New Orleans. Heading the list is Charles E. Bradford, who will a s a second five-year term as president. Now living in Silver Spring, Maryland, Bradford has served at the world head quarters of the Church in Washington, D.C., since 1970 when he was elected an associate secretary. As presi dent for North America, he is also a vice-president of the world Church. Also elected were Robert L. Woodfork, Silver Spring, associate secretary; Frank L. Jones, Beltsville, Maryland, assistant treasurer; Warren S. :.Banfield, Washington, D.C., field secretary and human relations director; Samuel D Meyers, Silver Spring, associate director of Church Ministries; William C. Scales, Jr., Adelphi, Maryland, secretary of the Ministerial Association; and Owen A. Troy, also of Adelphi, director of Communication. In addition to those for North America, Black Adven tists were also elected to ad ministrative offices of the General Conference, the Church's highest body. G Ralph Thompson was reelected secretary of the world Church : Born in Bar bados Thomp s on will serve his second term Calvin Rock, former nr"'"' dent of the Adve Oakwood College in sville, Alabama, was one of five general presidents. Others reelected were Charles D. Brooks, Laurel, Maryland, general field secretary; Richard Barron, Silver Spring, and Charles L. Brooks, Columbia, Maryland; associates in Church Ministries; Victor S. Griffiths, Silver Spring, associate for Education; and DeWitt S. Williams,-. Clarksville, Maryland, associate in the Health and Temperance Department. Robert Smith, Takoma Park, was chosen as associate Publishing director, transferring from the Review & Herald Publishing Associa tion in Hagerstown, Maryland, where he has been in charge of literature sales the last five years. For the fir s t time in the history of the Church a Black African wa s called to be a general field secretary of the world Church He is Mathew A. Bediako, former president of the West African Union Mis sion in Accra, Ghana Two Black African s Bekele Heye and Jacob J Nor tP.,..r e asked to serve a s r .11ts of division s with Harare, Zimbabwe, and Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Both are, thus, also vice presidents of the worldwide Church.


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C heck st eam v ent before covering Make s ure it i s clean and free from food particle s Count cooking time accuratel y To be s ure no steam pres s ure remains in cooker when y ou are read y to remove the always follow direction s for redu ci ng the pre ss ure. N ever force cover off or try to open un til you are s ure there i s pre ss ure in cooker. VAL *Pressure Cooking Recipes* Pressured Cream Potatoes 4 cups diced potatoes 1 small minced onion 1114 cups milk 2 tbs. soft butter 2 tbsp. flour 1 V2 tsp salt '14 tsp. pepper 1 cup grated American cheese In pressure cooker, place. potatoes, onion milk Blend butter with flour salt, pep per, add to cooker. (Do not stir) Bring to 15 lb pressure. Remove from heat. Reduce pressure slowly. Stir until well blended, adding cheese if desired. Easy Beef Noodle Casserole 1 tbsp oil V 2 lb. ground chuck 1 tsp. salt, pepper 1 tsp. Worcestershire '14 cup sliced onion V 2 lb. sliced mushrooms 1 cup uncooked wide noodles 1 8 oz. can tomato sauce 1 can water (measure in sauc e can) Brown beef in hot fat in pressure cooker. Add re maining ingredients. Cook at 15 lbs. pressure 6 minutes. Reduce pressure immediate ly. Makes approx. 4 servings. -------Fish Chowder 1/8 salt pork 2 sliced med. onions lib. fresh or thawed naddock or codcut up lib. diced potatoes 3 cups hot water 1 tbsp. salt, pepper 4 cups hot milk 1 12-oz. can vacuum-packed whole-kernel corn '14 cup butter or margarine Cut pork into cubes; brown in pressure cooker, set aside. Add onions, brown slightly. Add fish, potatoes, hot water, seasonings. Cook at 15 lb. pressure, 5 min. Reduce pressure. Add milk, corn, butter. Heat until very hot. Do not boil. Serve topped with salt pork bits NOTICE. !! BAR-B-0UE KING-3501 E. Hillsborough 238-9024 OPEN ON SUNDAYS 2 P.M. UNTIL 10 P.M. Stop By And Visit Us After Church Low Cal Summer Cooi-Offs It' s hot out here! And when it's hot, staying cool is very important. Since summer is usually tame when we all want to look our best these low cal summer cool-offs will keep our shapes and keep us cool. You may not notice the heat with these refreshing recipes! By the pool on the patio or at the park, low cal summer cool-offs will take the he!lt out of those scorching days ahead. CocoBerry Calypso 2 cups fresh strawberries V 2 cup cream of coconut 12 ice cubes In blender combine berries and cream of coconut Cover ; blend till smooth. With blender running, add iced cubes, one at a time, through openi ng in l i d. Blend till slushy. Serve in chilled glosses. Makes 3 (6-ounce) servings. Scarlet Sipper 4 cup s cranberr y -apple drink 1 cup orange juice 114 cup lemon juice 1 28 -ounce bottle carbonated water Ice cube s In a large pitcher combine cranberry-apple drink, orange 1u1ce, and lemon j uice Slowly pour the car. bonated water down the side of the pitcher ; stir gently. Serve in wineglasses. akes 8 (8-ounce) servings. No-Cook Summer Fruit Flan Makes 6 servin g s at '41 each. Nutrient Value Per Ser v ing with Su g ar : 99 calori es, 8 g m. protein, 1 g m fat, 15 g m car bohydrate, 34 g m. sodium, 47 mg. cholesterol Nutrient Value Per Serving with Artificial Sweetener : 89 calories, 8 g m. protein, 1 gm fat, 12 g m carboh y drate 34 mg. sodium, 46 gm. cholesterol. 1 egg 1 envelope unflavored gelatin 3,4 cup boiling water 1 cup cold skim milk 4 envelopes (.75 ounces each) vanilla flavor reduced calorie dairy drink mix 2 teaspoons grated orange or lemon rind (optional) Raspberry Puree Topping 1. Combine egg and gelatin in medium-size bowl, electric blender or food processor. let stand to soften, 5 minutes. Add boiling water. Beat or blend until gelatin is dissolved, about 1 minute. 2. Add skim milk, drink mix and rind if using to egg mix ture. Beat or blend until thoroughly combined. Pour into 6 small (6-ounce) custard cups. Refrigerate until set, 3 to 4 hours 3. To serve, unmold custard cups onto individual plates. Drizzle each with few tables poons Raspberry Puree Topp ing Soda Makes 1 ser ving for 50C. Nutrient Value Per Ser v in g : 136 calories, 6 g m. protein, 1 gm fat, 27 gm. carboh y drate, 70 mg. sodium, 4 m g cholesterol .. V 4 cup cold skim milk 2 tablespoons cold Low-Cal Strawberry Sauce '14 cup cold diet strawberry soda, seltzer or club soda '14 cup scoop Strawberry Ice Cream" (see recipe) 1 tablespoon Low-Cal Whip ped Topping (see recipe) 1 strawberry (optional) Stir together skim milk, strawberry sauce and soda in tall glass. Add "ice cream." Garnish with 1 tablespoon topping, and strawberry, if you wish. Almond Cooler 2 cups boiling .water 3 almond herbal tea bags 1 pint lemon or orange sherbert Pour the boiling water over tea bags. let stand for 5 minutes Remove tea bags; discard. Chill tea at least 2 hours. At serving time, spoon sherbert into 4 chilled glasses; pour in chilled tea. Stir just till blended. Makes 4 (8ounce) servings. Swiss Malt 2 cups vanilla ice milk 1 cup milk 2 tablespoons instant malted milk powder 2 tablespoons instant Swiss style coffee powder In blender combine ingre dients. Cover; blend till smpoth. Makes 3 (8-ounce) servings. Strawberry "Ice Cream" Makes 2 0 cups for $2.23 Nutrient Value Per 0 Cup Scoop : 58 calories, 3 g m. pro tein 1 g m. fat, II gm. car bohydrat e 33 mg. sodium, 3 m g cholest e rol 1 package (10 ounces) frozen quick-thaw strawberries in light syrup, thawed 2 containers (8 ounces j each) plain lowfat yogurt Artificial sweetener equivalent to 12 teaspoons sugar 1. Place strawberries with their syrup in container of food processor. Cover ; whirl at high speed until pureed. Add yogurt and. artificial sweetener; whirl until well blended. 2. Pour into 13x9x2-inch pan; freeze until partially frozen, about 2 hours. Transfer to container of processor. Cover ; whir.J..unti smooth. Return to pan; trl3.ez,e until solid, preferably over. night. 3. About 30 minutes before serving, remove from freezer to refrigerator untiJ softened enough to scoop. Serve im mediately by scoops or ar range scoopes on cookie sheets; cover with plastic wrap and freeze up to V 2 hour. Raspberry "Ice Cream": Prepare as for Strawberry "Ice Cream," but substitute 1 package (10 ounces) frozen raspberries in light syrup. (Force raspberries through sieve with back of spoon to remove seeds, if you wish.) Continued on Page 6-B


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Coarsely chop and store in airtight container at room temperature. Low-Cal Whipped Topping Makes 2 cups for 69C. Nutrient Value Per Tables poon: 10 calories, 0 gm. pro tein, 1 gm. fat, 1 gm. car bohydrate, 4 mg. sodium, 0 mg. cholesterol. 1 envelope whipped topping mix ljz cup cold milk ljz teaspoon Prepare topping mix following package directions using the milk and Refregerate for 1 hour to stf fen. Low-Cal Peach Sauce Makes 1 cup for 97C. Nutrief!t Value Per Tables poon: 8 calories, 0 gm pro tein, 0 gm. fat, 2 gm. car bohydrate, 0 mg. sodium, 0 mg.cholesterol. 1 can (8 ounces) dietetic cling peaches, undrained Low-Cal Strawberry Sauce 3 tablespoons dietetic peach jam ljz teaspoon lemon juice Artificial sweetener equal to 4 ieaspoons sugar Place all ingredients in blender or food processor. Cover; whirl until pureed. Transfer to small bowl. Cover; refrigerate. Hot Fudge Sundae Makes 1 serving for 60C. Nutrient Value Per Serving: Makes .J4 cup for $1.00. Nutrient Value Per Table: 23 calories, 0 gm. protein, 0 gm. fat, 6 gm. carbohydrate, 0 mg. sodium, 0 mg. cholesterol. 1 package (10 ounces) frozen strawberries in light syrup, thawed 1 teaspoon cornstarch Place strawberries in con tainer of electric blender or Banana Split 114 calories, 5 gm. protein, 1 Makes 1 serving for 91C. gm. fat, 22 gm. carbohydrate, Nutrient Value Per Serving: 50 mg. solium, 4 mg. 287calories, 11 gm. protein, 3 cholesterol. gm. fat, 59 gm. carbohydrate, ljz peach, sliced 106 mg. sodium, 9 mg V.. cup scoop Peath "Ice cholesterol. Cream" Yz small banana 1 tablespoon Low-Cal Hot v.. cup scoop Strawberry "Ice Fudge Sauce Cream" (see reeipe) Place peach in botv.. cup scoop Peach "Ice tom of sundae reservCream" (see recipe) ing 2 or 3 slices for garnish. lf.l cup scoop Raspberry "Ice Place scoop of "ice cream" on Cream" (see top of peach slices. Spoon 1 tablespoon Low-Cal sauce over; garnish with Strawberry Sauce (see recipe) reserved peach slices. 1 tablespoon Low-Cal Peach Good Things To Know: _S!!_uce (see recipe) 1 _tablespoon Low-Cal sOme foods have practically Raspberry Sauce (see recipe) the same food value but differ Optional Toppings: in price. For example: V.. cup Low-Cal Whipped Fresh milk Evaporated Topping (see recipe) milk or non fat dry milk. 1 teaspoon Chopped Toasted Sharp American Cheese-Peanuts (see recipe) Mild American Cheese 1 maraschino cherry Calf Liver Beef or pork NOTICE food processor. Cover; whirl until pureed. Whisk together cornstarch and pureed sttawberries in small until well blended. Cohk over medium heat, stir ring constantly, until thickened and bubbly, 1 minute. Cool to room temperature. Transfer to serving bowl. Cover; refrigerate. Low-Cal Raspberry Sauce Makes .J4 cup for $1.30: Nutrient Value Per Tables poon; 25 calories, 0 gm. pro tein, 0 gm. fat, 6 gm car bohydrate, 0 mg. sodium, 0 mg. cholesterol. 1 package (10 ounces) frozen raspberries with light syrup, thawed 1 teaspoon cornstarch Place raspberries in con" tainer of electric blender or food processor. Cover ; whirl until pureed. Force through sieve with back of wooden spoon to remove seeds. Whisk together cornstarch and raspberries in small saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, uhtil thickened and bubbly, 1 minute. C .ool to room temperature. Transfer to ser ving bowl. Cover; refrigerate. PROPOSED YBOR CITY REZONING The City is considering the approval of several ordinances which will regulate all develop ment within the Ybor City Historic District. The general area under consideration for the new regulations is from 18th Avenue to Adamo Drive, and between Nebraska Avenue and 26th Street. 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HRS Blocks Construction Of Black-Owned Hospital MIAMI The state Department of Health and Rehabilitiative Services has blocked construction of a controversial 150-bed black owned hospital proposed in Liberty City. HRS Secretary David Pingree Monday revoked the hospital's "certificate of need,'' the government authorization every new hospital musthave. The move may end the dream of a group of Liberty City doctors and businessmen to build New Christian Hospital, named after Miami's first black-owned hospital. The old Christian Ho s pital, at 4700 NW 32nd Ave., closed in 1981 owing creditors $550,000, including $160,000 in back taxes claimed by the Internal Revenue Ser v ice. The state action drew from hospital backers, among them U.S Rep Claude Pepper (D. Miami), who had made the hospital his pet project. It was to be built on 7.3 acres at NW Seventh Avenue and 58th Street. Cancel Some African, Latin Debt, U.N. Says Participate in Mayor's Conference Participating the National Conference of Black Mayors were, from left, Maryland Senator Clarence Mitchell Ill, President, National Black Council of State Legislators; Benme G. ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia and famine on its own, but Thompson Fannie Lou Hamer award recipient and Hinds County (MS) Supervisor; Thurman L. -The director of the United cannot do so under its debt Milner, Hartford, CT; Frank Kitchens, Regional Vice President, The Southland rnrnn.ra- Nations Food and Agriculture burden, he said. lion; Charles Barajas, Administrator, Corporate Community Resources Department Organization said Friday that The 50-nation OAU's sumSouthland Corporation; Henry Parker, Connecticut State Treasurer; and McCulller.s,l African and Latin American mit went into closed session Manager, Community Affairs, Coca-Cola USA. countries probably never Friday to discuss the conti..... .. debt. the end of 1985. Saouma, who found the solid necessary. type of bacteria. Within 18 Edouard Saouma told the is said that creditors evtdence that the v1rus. that The research indicates that days, the cells began to die. Organization of African Unity should consider canceling at causes AIDS can by Jtself the virus contains the that Africa's foreign debt is least part of-the debt. African destroy the body's immune genetic information needed to The technique may now causing economic developstates are paying more than system. destroy normal white blood allow scientists to pinpoint ment to stagnate. Africa must $20 billion a year to service the The findings dispel the cells," says Flossie Wongwhat part of the virus' genetic solve the problems of drought debt. theory that a "co-factor Staal of the National Cancer code is responsible for killing is I A HfRfTAG TO B PROUD Of reported in this wee. k's issue of develop a vaccine against W MUST.GIVE OtJR CHILPREN A SENS OF PRIDE INSEJNG SLACK. THEGLORYOFOURPAST AND THE DIGNITY OF OtJR PRESENT fttt/ST LEAD THE WAY TO THE POWER OF OURFOTURE!' ADAM CLAVTON POWELL. AIDS. fb"" the British science journal tiS Nature. The Centers for c Using a new lab technique, Control says that as of MonEr Wong-Staal transferred the day, 11,737 in the USA have genetic information from the contracted AIDS; 5,812 have AIDS virus into immune cells died. HCC Board Members Re-Appointed Harold Clark and Mrs. Julia "Judy" Williams have been re-appointed to four year terms as members of Hillsborough community College's Board of Trustees. Mr. Clark\ the Assistant Superintendent of the Division of Supportive Services for the Hillsborough County School System, was originally ap pointed to the Board in 1983 to replace E. L. Bing. Mrs Williams, an active community volunteer, was first appointed in 1981. TAMPA BAY BUILDERS HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING SPECIALIST LIC. 034997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FREE ESTIMATES .. Presidenl "'= > C'l t:!l fl> 251-2585 Or 251-8754 t:t1 < 1005 W. PLAn ST., TAMPA, FLORIDA 33606 t:!l


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0'1 .... >o ..:l ;;J ., fll' c -.c = I .c fll -:c = c -= =? c c Whiners Of Johnson Contest Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie James of Irvingston, New Jersey are the $30,000 grand-prize winners in the Johnson Products Company $75,000 Anniversary Party Pay-Off Contest. The James' had the highest number of points, totaling 150,330. They plan to start a plumbing/contractor business next year with the grand-prize money. William H. Stewart, Vice-President of Marketing, said "The purpose of the contest was to celebrate Johnson Pro duct Company's 30th Anniversary in the black hair care and beauty business. We also wanted to give something back to our loyal customers who have purchased our products through the years. It also offered the opportunity to pass on immediate savings on our products to our customers." A WINNING SMILE! Mrs. Jenne Turner, an East Harlem grandmother, center, was the winner recently of the Ten/Eight Foundation's first major prize, a $250,000 home. Sharing her joy during a reception held at the The Ferry Bank Restaurant in Brooklyn, were, Roy A. Cobb, left, an insurance broker and Foundation board member and Thomas A. Wood, founder and Chairman of the Founda tion. Wood announced, at the reception, two additional winners of $250,000 homes through the black, New York City-based Ten/Eight Foundation sweepstakes. The new winners are The Neighborhood Youth Diversion Program, a youth counseling program in the South Bronx and also Mrs. Marjorie B. Parham, the publisher of The Cincinnatti Herald, a black Anderson. He's 18 years old. He founded a company last year. And he announced that he is leading a $224 million effort to acquire a $6 billion Michigan bank. Anderson, in an advertise ment in the Midwest edition of Thursday's Wall Street Jour nal, said his company Detroit-based Eastern Ex change Group Inc. -will pay $66 a share for up to 70 per cent of Manufacturers National Corp. common stock. He said the ad cost $2,500. The bid price at the market's close Thursday was $66 a share, up $1.50. Ander son said the $66 offer was con ceived when the bid price was nt!ar .:62 a share. He said he plans to increase the offer, but would not say when or by how much. Manufacturers, the holding company for Manufacturers National Bank, is the fourth largest bank holding company in southeast Michigan, with assets valued at about $6.2 billion Eastern Exchange Group, which is privately held d in corporated in Michigan, Helps companies obtain financing and arranges trades of goods and services between com. panies, Anderson said. Ander son, president and chief ex ecutive officer of Eastern Ex change, said his company has about $20 million in financial contracts. "The offer is definitely real," Anderson said. Manufactuers is not so sure. "We don't want to say it's MARK ANDERSON frivo lous until we know more about it," .said Michael Maurer, a spokesman for Manufacturers "We're trying to find out what this thing is about." "It's a takeover," Ander son said "We're going to try to make it as friendly as possible." Anderson said he admires Oscar Wyatt, the executive who last March engineered the acquisition of Detroit-based American Natural Resources Co. by Houston-based Coastal Corp. in what began as an un friendly takeover. "I' m taking some of the steps he took," said Ander son, declining to be more specific. Anderson said he is backed by investors with access to more than $300 million. He said he had agreed not to disclose their names. The In vestors, said Anderson, not put off by his age. "Personally, I've found that my age instead of go ing against me has helped me gain respect," he said "I'm not inexperienced. I've taken a company from nothing to where it is now. The investors feel the same way." Maurer said Anderson tried to get _Manufacturers to finance his takeover. He said Anderson called a bank ex ecutive about three week s ago to determine if the bank would finance his proposed acqui si tion. 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.. .... ...................... ...... ...... ................................ ; Pepin Distributors Hosts On last Thursday evening Pepin Distributors hosted a reception for Miss Black Florida 1984, Ms. !< Penny Robinson and the 16 young ladies from all over the state who vied for this year's title. Below are some of the photos taken during this reception. Pictured with Art Pepin, Jr. and Fred Sallye, Territory Supervisor at Pepin Distributing Com pany, were all 16 contestants of the Miss Black Florida contest and the 1984 Miss Black Florida Penny Robinson. Tampa's Executive Assistant to the Mayor, Bob Morrison, chats with Miss Hillsborough County Robyn Eady; Miss Tampa Jackie Guy; and Miss University of South Florida Sharwonda Me.-ritt. From left to Petersburg Jennifer Williams; Nassau County Dosier Williams Miss Sarasota County Jill Rosenbloom; Miss Orlando Cynthia Moore; and Miss JacksonviDe Wan: da Moody pose with two guest at the reception honoring the 1984 Miss Black Florida Penny Robin Miss Valencia Community College Willene Jones chats with a guest at the reception honoring Miss Black Florida of 1984. The reception was held at Pepin Distributors. RACINE, Wis. -Johnson Wax has announced the appoint., = = I = = ; J ment of Victor A. Thomas, 43, as Vice President-Regional Director, Consumer Products, Africa/Near East. He will be > based in England at the company's Milton Park facility, head= quarters for the Africa and Near East Region. =A citizen of Nigeria, Thomas joined British Johnson Wax in 1969. He was named General Manager of Nigerian Johnson :when that company was formed in 1970. He has also served as Area Dire'ttor-Consumer Products for East and West Africa, and most recently, he was based at the Johnson Wax corporate headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin, where he was assigned as International Marketing Associate within the U.S Consumer Products Insect Control operations. Thomas holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School. Joint Economic Development Program Dr. Benjamin Hooks, right, executive director, NAACP and Winson L.Dewitt, senior vice president of planning and ad ministration, Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp. during a press conference announcing the joint (NAACP and B&W) I .-, -son ecopomic development program. .. ...................................................................... =


. fll = to "= .c fll ..... ::c = == ..... : : = = I = ..... = 00 Urban Blacks Gaining Police Power Back when they were bur sti ng numbers runners, high-rollers and hookers on the mean streets of Detroit, William Hart, Reginald Turner and Fred Williams would sometimes talk about what they would do if they were the chief. The prospect seemed remote. The three officers were black. It was 1956. Blacks weren't allowed in the same patrol cars with whites. They walked segregated beats. They could not even arrest white criminals. About all they could do was dream. "In those days, the police force was like an occupying white army in the black com munity," Williams recalled. "It was domination and fear rather than respect. We thought the people should have more say in the policing they were getting." Thirty years later, Hart is the chief of the Detroit Police Department. Turner is the director of the Cleveland Public Safety Department. And Williams is a Detroit police lieutenant who is think ing about writing a book about the ascendancy of blacks in law enforcement. This generation's criminal is usually the next generation's police officer," Williams s aid. "It happened to the Irish, the Italians and now the Blacks." What Atlanta Police Com mis s ioner George Napper calls "ethnic succession" is sweep ing America's big city police departments. Although blacks still con, stitute fewer than 10 percent i of the nation's half-million police officers; they are now the top men in four of the na tion's six largest cities-New York, Chicago, Houston and Detroit and 12 of the top 50. The list includes Miami, New Orleans, Cleveland, Baltimore, Newark, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Several of the black chiefs are gathered in Miami this week to attend the ninth an nual convention of what has become a very tightly knit group of top cops the Na tional Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives. The convention will seek solu tions to a topic once swept under the law enforcement rug: black-on-black crime. The new black chiefs, pro ducts of the shifting racial makeup of their inner cities are in turn changing urban police work with new perspec tives and new solutions. They favor intensified crackdowns on street drug dealing, increased emphasis on community relations and the implementation of a concept known as "storefront" polic ing. Their badges are burnish with long marches through the ranks or impressive academic Houston Police Commissioner Lee P. Brown has four degrees, including a .D. .. I I I I I I I I I I I I --------I I I I I I I I I I I Thursday, Friday and Saturday only! St Petersburg liiNE SQUARE JULY 25 Thru JULY 27 JCPenney Tampa Tampa Tampa WEST SHORE PLAZA UNIVERSITY SQUARE EASTLAKE SQUARE Pinellas Park PINELLAS SQUARE -


.................................................................. The Kappas .t\nd Their Guest At Annual Black & White Ball The Tampa Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. hosted their annual Black & White Ball Saturday night at the Hyatt Regency Hotel'in Downtown Tampa. The more than 500 guests were all dressed in some form of formal Black & White. The Kappas and their guests were entertained by Sensitivity Band. Some of the Kappas and their guests who enjoyed the activity included: e 0 > > = =-.. .... I n> = Q =-.... -.... 0 = Ill


PERRY Mary Jane Col > has outlived one great < two grandsons, two 9 and two sons, in one hanged 70 years ago for murdering the neighborhood junk man She has survived four strokes. She has outlasted patchwork quilts she pieced together a century ago. She is 113 years old. "As far as we can deter mine, Mary Jane Colson is the oldest person in Florida," said Anne Nelson, spokeswoman for the state Department of Health and Rehabilitative Ser vices in Tallahassee. If so, Colson succeeds Charlie Smith, the garrulous, ex-slave who died in Bartow in 1979. When he was Colson's age, Smith was making a living picking fruit in a Florida citrus grove. He lived 24 more years, dying -.. at age 137. He was a maker of a vender of tales, regal reporters with lively, if im accounts of adven with his old pal Jesse James. There is no such roguish 1 streak in Colson, and there is nothing of pretense. She always hated pretense. No one earshot dared confused advanced age with illness. "She'd say, 'I'm not sick. I'm just old and worn out. you're sick, you're and I'm not said her daughter, Bernetha 'B.D." Williams, 74. Colson's feeble body has grown pillowy in some places, knobby in others. Her recipe for longevity is as simple as the life she led: "Get your rest. Serve the Lord Work hard. take good care of yourself." It helps, too, to have longlived ancestors. Colson's THEW father, who came to Florida's Panhandle from Americus, Ga., died at age 109, her mother, a slave, at 96. Last December, Colson suffered her fourth stroke. It slowed her speech, further dulled her mental acuity and left her unable to indulge in her favorite pastime, crocheting. She is half-blind and nearly deaf, her skin as dry and papery as flowers. Williams, who has lived apart from Colson for only six months, almost always speaks for her mother now, the parenting roles reversed. 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Because one such type. of this there has been an Modern monitors, increasing trend toward a while not restricting pa return to the "natural" tient's movements, will methods of childbirth; allow the patient to see that is, a reluctance on the contractions occur as the part of the patient to she feels them, and to ac take medication, either tually see and hear the during pregnancy or baby's heart beat and labor, and a similar relucwhat effect the contrac tance on the part of the tions have upon them. physicians to prescribe or Certainly not all paadminister medication tients need electronic during the prenatal monitoring during labor, period. nor do all patients require However, there are anesthesia or analgesia many anesthetic agents (pain medications) during that' can be used labor. judiciously and quite Please it a point safely in labor that not to discuss the foregoing only alleviate pain, but facts with your doctor or shorten the labor, relax your childbirth class in the patient, and structors. see your dull, faded hair become younger looking dark and lus trous WONT RUB OFF OR WASH OUT Try BLACK STRAND HAIR CDLOIIING Today! 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Add a face with faintly fro s ted eyes hadow and lipstick Wear r eflec ting jewelry: rhinestone studded o r pearl necklace and ear rings. for example. And for the crowning touch. cre ate a brilliant aura of fragrance all around you. Nothing says "feminine" as frankly and quickly as fragrance Recently some have even been creat ed just for night splendor. One of the newest is Avon's Night Odyssey. "It is a deeper. richer fragrance experience. with hints of magnolia and hyacinth..:. blooms that scent the night air," says Avon fragrance expert Daisy Chin Lor. She adds: "To prolong its enjoyment. spray it on the warm pulse spots, starting at the lowest O!le. behind the knees, because fragrance rises To rise to your evening occasions with Night Odyssey. sparkling makeup and jewelry, consult your Avon Representative Or call 1-800858-8000. if you don't have one. Ms Ford is Beauty & Public Rela tions Manager, Special Markets for Avon Products, Inc. -What'sFact, And "Black is beautiful," how many times have we heard that? How did our ancestors manage without the convenience of off-the-shelf cosmetics and beauty aids? Fact: Our Black ancestors had their own home remedies for beau ty. Instead of our modern day rouge moderate exercise of the face was the method used to raise a natural bloom in the cheeks. Breathing the air of sunrise gave lips a vermillion hue, eliminating the need for lipstick. For hair, to av oid dryness and breakage, they us ed a homemade pomade. By combing lard, olive oil, rose oil and a desirable scent, they were able to obtain a shiny mane. Fiction: Being beautiful is expensive. As our ancestors have pro ven, beauty doesn't always have an outlandish price tag attached to it. l \ .. .. .A Braids will never go out of style-they were here then, they are here now and they will remain forever! J Exercises For Back Pain o each exercise three to four times at least once a day. > = Q. :::! Fiction: Freckles are always permanent. Even though only a small percentage of Blacks suffer from freckles, our ancestory had their own method of fading them. Lie flat with knees flex ed. Draw left knee to your chest, then slowly straighten the leg back to I the floor. Alternate legs. -Fact: Blacks used the following concoction to rid themselves of freckles: They mixed lemon juice, borax and sugar, to answer the problem of freckles. After let. ting it sit a couple of days in a .,... ...... ___ ....... _______________ .._ __ -.11 glass bottle, the freckle fader your sides. Raise your Lie flat with your head and shoulders knees flexed, hands along Slowly lower back down. was applied to the affected area occasionally. Fiction: It is permissi ble to leave cornrows in for several weeks. 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If your son or daughter is skipping school on a regular basis, it is time to deal with this problem now. Chronic truancy is seen as a "red flag" or warning signal that a stu dent is undergoing some sort of crisis, according to James Williams, principal of Washington, D.C.'s Cardoza High School, who is attempt ing to grapple with this widespread problem. Repeated absence from school is far more serious than just "playing hooky" skip ping class once in a while to go shopping or take advantage of a nice day. According to Washington, D.C. school of ficials, chronic truants almost always end up dropping out of telephone-dialing machines that are supposed to automatically call up parents whose children have been marked But only about a fourth of the calls made each day go through, either because parents are not at home, because students have given the school a wrong number, or because a student answers and hangs up the phone. s; school. These youth, many of :S: them black and from the inner : city, then try to enter the job market uneducated and un While machines are not making much of a dent in the truancy problem, people may be able to do more. The District has hired 17 atten dance counselors to work with the most difficult students and try to break their destructive pattern of absenteeism. Resources have permitted far too few people to be hired to handle too much work. About 10,000 District of Col umbia stuqents stay out of school each day. But the counseling center which has been set up to try to stop this epidemic can only handle 80 students at a time. "We've got a big job ahead of us," remarks Doretha Carroll, one of the counselors at the center. .= Q = .. !"CC .= fl} -.c = '=-. ,C = = I c -c oo tiS skilled. They face a high risk of joblessness, given the cur rent 40 percent unemployment rate among black teens. Yet today, across the country, there are millions of chronic truants children who do not attend school often enough for it to make any positive difference in their lives. Truancy is a complicated problem. It often stems from deep underlying causes, such as poverty, which are difficult for schools to tackle alone. A new anti-truancy program in the District of Columbia schools, funded with $1.3 million in assistance from the federal government, shows some of the pitfalls we face in trying to take on this challenge. One major part of the city wid!! program, a computerized system designed to "catch" truants, has not worked out as expected. School officials bought 78 computerized We must help our schools take on this job, in the District of Columbia and across the country. And more school districts should follow the District of Columbia's attempt to focus on the problem. It is not enough to talk about im proving our schools or getting back to basics, as many of our public officials do these days. We must make an equal attempt to make sure that all of our children are in school, in order for them to benefit from these improvements. 1 248-1921] Topics f 4'or PATtS LSPr AUJNt= 0 TEN MINUTE$. -thL c. Facing The Teenage Problem BY KATHY EDWARDS 'God Bless The Child Who's Got His Own' .... BILLIE HOLIDAY Maybe you've seen a poster that reads like that around town. If you haven't, check out the windows of The Col lege Hill Pharmacy on 22nd St., Jackson's Market on 34th & Osborne, Amoco Station on Nebraska & 7th Ave., The Boys & Girl's Club of North Tampa, and other places. This is another effort by the Tampa Urban League to com bat the problem of Teenage Pregnancies throughout the City of Tampa. The poster also reads: "Be careful. Be responsible. Being a father is a lot more than just making a baby. And if you really want to know how a real SINK OR SWIM? It' s never too late to learn how co swim. just call us and sign up for a Red Cross swimming class + American Red Cross man handles sex and deals with being a father, call or stop by your local Urban League office." "Don't Make A Baby, If You Can't Be A Father." Throughout our lives we try to achieve "our own"- our own identity, our own way of doing things, our own job, our own education, our own home, our own automobile, our own money. Well, what about our own sons and daughters that some of us so-called men leave behind to be raised by our ex wives and ex-girlfriends It's so easy to divorce your wife and leave your girlfriend and put an "EX" in front of their name. However, you can never EX-out that child you left behind because that child carries your name and/or your blood. God is truly going to hold all of you responsible for your actions The Bible declares that a man who does not take care of his own is worse than an in fidel (a person who does not believe in God) I Timothy 5:8. Even if you and that woman no longer have interest in each other you are still responsible to take care of that child. You should stop allowing the welfare system to do your part. On the other hand, some of these young boys can't even get a job because they haven't finished school, and without money there's no way to s up port a family. This is where the smarts of the girls come in. If you know you're only 14 or 15, maybe even 16, and so is the young man you're seeing, 9 times out of 10 if you get pregnant, there is no way he can support a child because he's still at home with mama. Therefore, you should keep your virginity un til the time is right "Right After You're Married." There's going to be a "Back to School Revival" I want to invite ALL Teenagers and their parents. I also want to invite teachers, principals, school secretaries and book keepers, cooks, custodians, and teacher's aides. Jt will begin July 29 through August 9 at Independent COGIC, 3101 E. 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=====:;:::Prose CATHARSIS Turmoil; upswept calamity combined wi. th mixed emotion Caught up in the undulating waves time stops-and declares never ending devotion. Peace on Earth is obliviscent; tomorrows are remote The here and now is prominent for the power it in vokes. A demon-like force of consternation clouds the essence of morality, And begets substantial uncertainty of the idealism in reality What was once comprehended black and white Is now seen in various hues and saturations And this is what ontology as life's delecta tion. Florida's top black high school scholars and their family members who were invited from the Tampa area to take part in the University of Florida's annual High School Scholars Program for Black Students. Front row from left to right: Mrs. Mary Clarke, Sheimelle Johnson, Mrs. Theresa Odenweller, Cheryl Johnson, UF President Marshall Criser, Lucretia Carrin2ton, Melissa Johnson, Karla Thomas, Carlos Chambers. Back row from left to right: Mr. WilliaJ!I Johnson, Mrs. Warneice Johnson, Shirley Odenweller, Nicole Brewington, Jacob Jackson, Mae Dexter Johnson and Countess Clarke. This ironic twist is incredible at best, as it strives to put us all through its toilsome test. A trial of such intensity, diffident as it may be, is a chore we cannot elude voluntarily. But alas the chaos will subside and we will again find; Former Clark College Employee Writes Controversial Book ATLANTA Shahrazad Ali, an employee at Clark Col lege for the past four years, left the College in June, 1985, in order to devote her full energies to the promotion of her controversial book, "How Not To Eat Pork" (or life without the pig). While Ali was at Clark, her time was spent in the Development Of fice, Vice President's Office and the College Relations Of flee. Ali, who says she has not eaten pork for the past 20 years, seemingly became a hot commodity virtually overnight when radio, television and newspaper media persons from all over the nation began to call Clark to schedule inter views. The author's first effort, "How Not To Eat Pork", is off to a roaring start after she staged a mass mailing effort aimed at every major media outlet in the United States. Ali's publication company, Civilized Publications, had 10,000 copies of the book printed Ali, whose book is available for $5.95 by mail order or in metro Atlanta's B. Dalton Bookstores, Soul Vegetarian, Natural Essentials and Hakin's Bookstores, realizes that her book will meet op position. ;: A National Design Competition For Architecture Students TALLAHASSEE, FLA. The Architects in Industry Committee of the American Institute of Architects and the Florida A&ivt University School of Architecture are sponsoring a national design competition for students in NAAB-accredited architecture programs in the U.S This competition is made possible through generous grants from the AT&T Foundation and 3M. SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are 'You Unhappy, Discour-. aged, _Influenced By f-4 Evil Spell? I Can Succeed G Where Others Have Failed. Call Anytime. 1 Daily Blessings. The entries will be judged by prominent architects and architectural educators, after which they will be exhitited during the annual conference of the Architects in Industry Committe/ AlA 'in Tallahassee, Florida. Submit tals must be received by mid. night, October 11, 1985, in order to be eligible. Cash prizes totalling $7,500 will be awarded. First prize is $4,000, second prize $2,500, and t hird prize $1,000. For further information write Ms. Leigh Gates, School. of Architecture, Florida A&M University, P.O. Box 597, Tallahassee, Florida 32307, ot call her at (904) 599-3244. EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES. Dr. Wallace Hqy OPTOMETRIST Paying Customers & Medicaid Accepted 876-8491 '-', 1 813) 677-2971 liiiiiiiiiiiii-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. 1945 W. Buffalo Ave. nee Fall Regis .tration To Begin Open registration for the The tranquil placid sensation that engenders peace of mind. KIM HOWARD and evening. 23rd. All courses are transferable to a four-year school. The fee is $21 for each per credit hour, and registration takes place August 12th through For more information, con tact Dolores Pusins at 879-7222, ext; 534 or 562. 248-1921 $ Fall Term at Hillsborough Community Monday, August 12th, ,and continues through Friday, August 23rd. Registration is held from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, MON EYI'' and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays at all HCC Ca.mpuses. Classes begin August 26th. For more information, con tact the HCC Campus nearest you. HCCTOOFFER COMPUTER COURSES There's no time like the pre sent to learn the bits and bytes of computer programming for either personal or professional use, and Hillsborough Com munity College makes the challenge easier to meet by of fering several new basic and advanced computer courses this upcoming Fall Term. Three courses, Word Pro cessing, Spreadsheets and Ac counting by Computers will be offered from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, and from 7 to 9:45 p m. on Wednesdays. One college credit hour is earned for each course. Microcomputer Applica tions for the Business Office will be offered Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12: 30 to 1 :45 p.m. This three-hour course combines hands-on experience with lectures to teach students how to use computers in a busines s setting. In addition, another three hour course on basic computer programming, "Man and Computers will be offered s at various times during the day Kids Are You Looking for lxtra Spending Cash for The Summer? Sell 1he Florida Ivery ruesday And Friday Adults And reens Welcomed ''TIME IS MONEY'' ADULTS AND TIINS WELCOMED SENTINEL AGENTS: EXAMPLE PAPERS 25 AGENT COST 50 100 200 500 1,000 .. 55.00 510.00 520.00 540.00 5100.00 5200.00 CHART FOR PROFIT FOR AGENT 53.75 57.50 515.00 530.00 575.00 5150.00 "Time Is Money" So, Call Nowllll For More Information Contact: CIRCULATION MANAGER 248-1921 $


A Famous Black Celebrity Scope > By Dr. Elmer Eugene Edwards, As. D: ,!< A star performer in high *YOUR HOROSCOPE ,. school in Columbia Mississip pi, Payton was sought after by many colleges, but he chose Jackson State Univer sity. There he was a little All-American performer in football and led the NCAA Division II colleges in scoring with 160 points. Mr. Payton's 1975 entry inLEO (7-23/8-22): Put your intelligence, you also have financial affairs in order so equal amounts of ego and .. that when the big break stubbornness to professional football with the Chicago Bears was emblematic of the manner in which he would dominate the game in decade to come That year, he led the NFL kickoff returns averaging 31.7 comes, you will be ready to sAG 1 T TAR IUS make your move at a (11-22112-21): A quirk of fate mpment's notice Don't be too has put you in line for proud to seek advice from something good in the career those more knowledgeable line. Take this golden oppor than you. tunity with both hands and VIRGO (8-23/9-22): Payou'll be off and running tience and tact are called for in before the year is out. yards. Thereafter, Mr. Payton broke rushing and sco ring records and he was all-league running back virtually every season. He recently broke Jim Brown 's almost insurmoun table career rushing record and is geherally considered the best back in the game. c.. c:: < a sticky romantic situation. A CAPICORN (12-2211-19): tendency to let things drift has You are often troubled by created the problem, and it doubts about your abilities, will take all your skills to put but you needn't be. The only things right again. thing you need worry about is Born July 25, 1954, the Sun occupies the Leo-Leo duad of tion, opposition or difficulty. square between Uranus and != Leo giving it the intensified The Sun here gives added Neptune, he must always be if qualitie s of the Lion. Mr. vitality and power, but Mr. on guard against fraud and = payton is very self-confident Payton must always be on the deception, beware of schemers g: and has the ability to handle watch out for his pride, and doubtful friendships. The !!. Walter Payton GEMINI (5-21/6-20): It allowing your fears to cripple won't hurt you to play your your will You have more than cards a little closer to the vest. most when it comes to talent. After all, if you reveal everything now, what are you going to use for an encore? AQUARIUS (1-20/2-18): This is not the right time to in crease your personal respon sibilities. Biting off more than you can digest has gotten you into trouble before so take care of what's on your plate now before asking for more. large or difficult phrojects. which C= People with the Sun ere are e. 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------) Entertainment Kid Quiz Someone should fill in the difficult words for young children. 1. Little (I am __ for my age.) 5. Attempt (I will __ to pass.) 7. At ths time (Clean your room __ .) 10. Rabbit (A fox will eat a __ .) 11. The 1st Digit (4 3 = _.) .CI 12. A vegetable ( __ is I'll a pod.) 13. Smaller (8 is __ than 9.) = I = = I = ;: = 16. Equal (Any 16 year old girl is my __ .) 17. Aged (Granddad is __ .) 18. Not shut (Leave the door __ .) 20. Frozen rain ( __ is white.) 21. Pronoun (He, she __ .) ,; 23. Insect (I was bitten by S an_ ) 25. A color (Chocolate is _.) 27. Proceed (It is time to __ home.) 28. As shown (Is that really __ .) 29. Move through space (Not all birds can __ .) 30. Made from (That house is made __ brick. 32. From a place (Mary moved __ .) 34. Enemy (Are you friend or __ ?) 35. Employ ( __ your black pen.) 36. Friendly face ( __ and the world will __ back.) 37. Consent (I __ with you.) 38. Negative ( __ you can't go.) 40. Conjunction (It is either you __ Tom.) 41. Bluish purple (My blouse is __ .) 45. Time just before (Santa comes Christmas __ .) 46. Proclaim (__ your in tent.) t;: 47. Above (John was __ 48. Same as 11 across. 40. Not anything ( __ ever goes right. DOWN 1. Store (She owns a dress __ .) 2. Build (Mama __ my dress.) 3. Stop (Paint will __ decay.) .. 4. Gain knowledge (I go to school to __ .) 5. Relate (Please_ me your story.) 6. Positive answer ( __ you may.) 7. Same as 38 across 8. Only one time (I went hunting __ .) 9. Us( __ went to town.) 14. Good to eat (My first meal was __ .) 15. Same as 28 across. 17. Wise bird (The __ is a night bird.) 19. Church bench (We sat on the back __ .) 22; Same as 5 across. 23. Do over (It is time to do the dishes __ .) 24. Same as 7 across. 26. Part of face (My __ is too long.) 29. Same as 34 across. 31. Emotion (Joy is good _.) 33. Like (Do __ you must.) 34. One who flies (My brother is a __ .) 35. Plead (I __ you to go.) 37. Part of to be (Tom and Tim __ twins.) 39. Baking device (Our __ is electric.) 42. Frozen water (I slip ped on the __ .) 43. Boy (He is only a __ .) 44. 1st two digit number (5+5 = _.) 46. Preform (__ your chores.) 47. Same as 47 across. (See Answers On Page 22-B) 'Soldier's Story Among Winners In Soviet Film Festival MOSCOW -An American film, Norman Jewison's A Soldier's Story, shared top honors last Friday with a Soviet and a Greek movie in the Moscow International Film FestivaL All three films were set in the 1940s, reflecting the em phasis on World War II at the festival. The 40th anniversary of the end of the war has been a major theme in the Soviet Union this year, and the Soviet entry, Elem Klimov's Go and See, dealt with the suf fering of Byelorussia under the Nazi occupation A Soldier's Story tied for the gold medal with Klimov's film and with The Descent of the Nine by the Greek Cypriot director Christos Shiopachas. Go and See, however, was vofed the best film overall. Jewison's film adaptation of Charles Fuller's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, appeared to reflect the gradual improve ment of Soviet-American rela tions that has accompanied the announcement of a -.. eeting between Mikhail S. Gor bachev, the Soviet leader, and President Reagan in November. ---------PLFASE KEEP IT DOWN. 1!1 High blood pressure can be com r o lled T o l earn how, call us + American .Red Crosil ----------TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL PREVIEW MAST .ER BUILDER OF BLACK LEADERS Reliving the days of all-Black Garnet High are Master Builder Mrs. Ruth Stephenson Norman (seen above with Tony Brown) and one of her favorite stu dents in the very classroom in Charleston, West Virginia where she molded the talents of many of t ,oday's Black leaders suc h as Tony Brown and Rev. Leon Sullivan. In an encore appearance in "Mrs. Norman, We Love You," the 85-year-old prototype of everyone's favorite teacher returns with more nuggets of wisdom as Tony BrowQ shares his legendary English teacher. TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL, the nation's top-ranked and longest-running Black-Affairs television series, has been sponsored by Pepsi-Cola Company for nine consecutive years and is aired on public television (PBS) on WEDU-3 at 1 P.M. on July 28, and_ on WUSF-16 at 3 P.M. on Saturday. Sentinel's Top 10 Albums 1. Rock Me Tonight ......... ... Freddie Jackson 2. Whitney Houston .............. Whitney Houston 3. Around The World In A Day ... ...... Prince 4. The Night I Fell In Love ..... Luther Vandross 5. Material Thangz ..... .-.............. Deele 6. Jesse Johnson's Revue ............ Jesse Johnson 7. Meeting In The Ladies Room ......... Klymaxx 8. Dreams Of A Lifetime ........... Marvin Gaye 9. Emergency ......... Kool & The Gang 10. Diamond Life ............ Sade MANII.A I.OUNGE-2620 E. 7th Ave. WEDNESDAY NIGHT I.IVE ENTERTAINM ENT STARLIGHT BAND Featuring SHARON MOOR THURSDAY NIGHT BIKINI CONTEST CASH PRIZE $175 SUNDAY NIGHT KING FLIRT & MALE REVUE All ACTION STARTS 9 P.M. YOUR D.J. FLOYD "JOY" RIVERS < the .................................. ...


.............. Summer est Comes To The Bay Area eggae Those of you who were fans of Jamaica's Bob Marley whose career was cut short in his prime by death, can enjoy some of that same kind of music on Sunday, August 4, in St. Petersburg when MFYG, Inc., presents Burning Spear and the Burning Band, Fred die McGregor, Michigan & Smiley, a special guest to be announced and local artists. Entitled "Reggae Sum mer/est '85", the concert with internationally known stars has been billed the festival event of the summer. It will be held at Jannus Landing, 232 2nd Ave., in St. Petersourg. Doors open at 12 noon, conBURNING SPEAR Presents The Fall Classic Fashion Show 1985 BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor cert begins at I. Burning Spear (Winston Rodney), who has the No. 1 record on the Reggae Route Top Twenty Chart (Resistance on the Heartbeat label), is a native of Jamaica, having been born a few blocks from the birthplace of Marcus Garvey. Burning Spear is one of the few reggae artists who con tinues to record material that reflects the inspiration of Garvey and Jamaica. He believes that the image of Garvey should be respected more. Because of that idea he been a major part in creating the "Marcus Garvey Youth Club" located on St. Ann's Bay. Spear has earned the reputa tion of being an enigmatic, yet compelling performer with an intensity seen on stage. His lyrics are passionate, rhythms are hypnotic and his Spear of righteousness Burns bright. American music listeners would possibly compare Fred die McGregor's music to that of Peabo Bryson. Hi s croon, ing style is a version of lover 's rock, but Jamaica 's s moothest ballad. McGregor became the first reggae artist to perform on an American Indian reservation when he and other artists per formed before a packed house in Arizona. "Come On-Over" was first American release. His latest album "Across The Border, has generated a bit of excite ment among American reggae fans. This album offers some beautiful love songs with R&B and Motown influence. Anthony Fairclough (Papa Michigan) and Errol Bennett (General Smiley) began work ing together at the Norman Manley Secondary School. Their style of singing is known as deejaying because it is reg gae's oral folk journalism. Jamaica's deejays serve as the nation's street poets, oracles and phrase makers. They are interpreters and con veyors of the music as well as artists They keep their music simple so that even the children can learn something from it. Tickets for the Reggae Sum merfest are available at all select-a-seat outlets. c.. < GENERAL UPRISING GOSPEL ENSEMBLE .. Special Guest This group was organized in June 1980_ by Elder Robert Postell who saw th e need for strength, spiritual enlightment, Qd salvation among the young people in Tallalt:aSSee and sur rounding areas. Tampan Eric Stillings is a member of this group. Under the direction of Minister Alandra Horton, the group has traveled throughout Florida appearing on program with Rev. Isaac Douglas, Shirley Caesar, James Johnson and the Johnson Ensemble and others. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor Looking back over their trials and tribulations, the members of Praise Ensemble Ministries, a contemporary gospel group, willing proclaim "that God has brought us from a mighty long way and has given us to know that with Him our mission is possible," states member Ron Rosson. The Praise Ensemble Ministries is prepared to evaluate their commitment to God and His ministry with their Rededication Celebration entitled, "Praise In Action; The Mission Is Possible. "This > = =... fourth anniversary celebration I will be held at St. John Mis sionary Baptist Church, 3401 25th Ave., Elder Newkirk, ; pastor on Saturday and SunQ day, July 27 and 28. :;. When the group first began, Ron Rosson, the director, was :::; in the developmental as s a young musician However, through the years, the young man has begun to write God inspired songs. His musical abilities have grown in leaps and bounds. Other members of the group include drummer Charles Minor, original member Debra Greene and soprano Andrea Williams. Members of the group Reg gae Summer Fest '85 believe that they have been anointed from on high. To Featuring that end, in 1984 ; the group in-s stituted Bible study as a part "10 Best Dressed Finalists" Burning pear of their twice-weekly rehear-Hors D' Oeurves Happy Hour Freddie McGregor Michigan & a ........ _, sals. The blessings of. their music, ministry and attitude L .lve Band VIdeo Screen & Tampa's Own Culture Roots gives them the belief that the Spotlight Alter Party Sunday, August 4, 1985 Mission Is Possible. From J P.M. 8 P.M. Guests for the Saturday "'Cl HILTON Riverside Ballroom Jan nus Landing, St. Petersburg night concert which begins at (Downtown) Doors Open At NoonSpecial Door Prize 7:30 will be Joe Johnson and to1 FREE 3 DAY 12 NIGHT ROUND TRIP Witness of Palmetto and Saturday, August J 7, J 985 *******TO JAMAICA****** rncludes Hotel & Air Accommodations General Uprising Gospel 7:30P.M. $1. 0 Advance r Ensemble of Tallahassee. z Must Be Present o Win ._, Don't Miss It! Tickets: $10 Advance, $12 At The Gate Sunday evening at 7:30, fnrmt.rti(Jon Call: 2481..:;.::;,;......_ Available At All Bay Ar,ea ; ................


. .P.Ia y .Fealu:re-.. s m pa-A .c.tr-ess, Actor Herbert /II, a one-act play directed by Anna Brennen, is; being presented by stageworks and Hillsborough Community College. Rubin Alexander studied Speech and Drama at. Florida A&M University, where he was a member of the F AMU Playmakers Guild. He has since performed with Tampa's New Place Ensemble. Some of his roles have included the leads in Purlie Victorious, Simply Heavenly, No Place To Be Somebody, Amen Corner and Ceremonies Of Dark Old Men. Most recently he ap peared in All Over Town for the Tampa Community SYBIL JOHNSON & RUBIN ALEXANDER Proceeds From Maze, Teena Marie Concert To Benefit Albany State Athletics ALBANY, GA -The Budweiser Superfest, featur ing Teena Marie along with Maze and Frankie Beverly, will make the Albany Civic Center one of the stops for its gigantic summer Summerfest Tour. Teena Marie, Maze ing Frankie Beverly and a third act to be announced later, will appear here at the Albany Civic Center on Fri"2 day, August 2, in an un"5 precedented benefit perfor2! mance to raise funds for the = Albany (GA.) State College =athletic program Tickets for the 8 p.m. show went on sale at all tickets outlets ori July 11, at a $12 50 ..l.-v .. v admission price. ; In a gesture, both un;: precedented and the Albany Beverage Comrn pany, a distributor of Anheuser-Busch, Inc., has of fered the College all ot' the profits from the concert, and to one official, "will assume all of the finan cial risk for this venture." As the sole beneficiary of the good deed of its neighbor, the College has involved a blue-ribbon "work" commit tee, along with its alumni and friends in the twenty-five county area which the institu tion serves, to solicit support in a massive effort to generate ticket sales and "fill every seat in the civic center." "We have been involved in other projects at Albany State College in the past, but we have been looking for a more novel way to lend our support to the College in some manner that would impact on their efforts," Mark Pirrung, presi dent of Albany Beverage Company, said, during the press conference here announ cing the Superfest Concert. Expressing the College's ap preciation to Anheuser-Busch and Albany Beverage Com pany, Dr. Billy C. Black, president of Albany State Col lege, said, "We welcome the challenge of your generosity in this endeavor. Our objective is to make it a reality by filling GO To JAMAICA -. i ,I 3 Days/2 Nights $ J 9 9 Transportation WIN A CRUISE TO NASSAUI CALl.: iAMES RANSOM 884-6734 The London Connection Travel Agency 7045 W. Hillsborough Ave. Players. Sybil Johnson has been in volved with the theatre for most of her life as actress director-writer. She also at tended -Florida A&M Universi ty in Speech and Drama, and was a member of the FAMU Playmakers Guild. She has performed with the University of Tampa Young People's Theatre, Tampa Community Players, University of South Florida Speech Department, The New Place Ensemble, and most recently with the Playmakers. Sybil was Artist In-Residence for the State of Florida in 1983. She is current ly the artistic director of Satur day;s Children, a children's enrichment program in residence at HCC, Ybor, and enjoys teaching, acting and writing for the stage. The curtain is 8:00 p.m. at HCC, Ybor Studio Theatre. Performances are on Friday and Saturdays beginn ing July 26th, and will run for four weeks through August 17th. Dick Gregory To Go On 40-Day Fast In Ethiopia DICK GREGORY BOSTON Dick Gregory will go on a 40-day fast in Ethiopia this Summer where he will also take an active role in Phase II of the on-going ex periments utilizing his 4X Nutritional Formula in the treatment of famine victims in Africa. Speaking at a recent news conference here with Berhane Deressa, Ethiopia's Deputy Commissioner for Relief and Rehabilitation, Gregory said that he would subject himself to the same treatment provid ed to a group of famine vic tims being treated for kwashiorkor or severe malnutrition with the use of the Dick Gregory 4X Nutri tional Formula. The program, begun earlier this year, will be under the supervision of doctors at the Faculty of Medicine, Addis Ababa University,. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. the seats'." Mayor James H. Gray of Albany, who along with Presi dent Black and Pirrung, pur chased the first tickets for the concert, said, "I am delighted to see a local company make such a commitment with the profits going to a very worthwhile cause.'' Summer apparel was featured in the recent fashion show in the Grand Ballroom of the Tampa Airport Hilton presented by Candy-N-Company. Entitled "For Your Eyes Only", it was an enchanting evening of entertainment. In the photo above Sharon Tolliver and Kim Boots chose casual attire that was exactly right for an ocean cruise or backyard cookout. In the junior department we see Modern Dancers from Kid Mason Recreation Center, from left Wanda and Shalanda Ester, and Marla James, who received nice applause for their performance 'FREE GLASSES .. I Paid, For By Medicaid Call: Dr. L.A. Martinez Optometrist 876-6085


The Jonzun Crew TV G UJD E The Jonzun Crew Front, Stevo Thorpe and Michael Jon zun; rear' Soni Junzun, Princess Loria, Gordon Worthy. New Edition. Peter Wolf. Grandmaster Flash. You might not think these artists have much in commonex cept hit records. Dig a little deeper, and a connecting threat reveals itselfin the form of Michael Jonzun, whose production touch helped turn New Edition's "Candy Girl," Wolf's "Lights Out" and Grandmaster Flash's "Showdown" into soulful smashes. Michael Jonzun, the Space Cowboy himself, has the touch. But he knows better than to leave his own cup board bare while he's cooking up hits for other artists. Ac tually, Jonzun saves some of his best work for his own band, the hip hoppin', future fun kin' Jonzun Crew. And with the release of Down To Earth, the Jonzun Crew's first album for A&M, it's readily apparent that Michael and company have done it again. Jonzun is a Floridian by birth, but it was in Boston that he established himself as a space-age production and sound master. Michael and his brother, Maurice Starr (two of six sons of horn player Ray Johnson), had been in numerous bands together, playing everything from jazz to straight rock. Along with co-producing the New Edition and Grand master Flash records, Jonzun concocted his own ''street space-funk" (as one writer tagged it), a canny brew of ur ban rhythms and electronic wizardry. While brother Maurice pursued a solo career, Michael put together the Jon zun Crew (with another brother, Soni Jonzun, also joining in). Michael Jonzun's already hot career got another big boost when Peter Wolf, fresh from the J. Geils Band, sought him out at the House of Hits. On Ughts Out, Wolf's first solo album, Jonzun "effec tively (took) the place of the entire Geils band," as Rolling Stone put it. Michael co produced and co-wrote the album, playing synths, guitar, drums, bass and percussion and singing background vocals. Jonzun also makes it sound easy with the Jonzun Crew, whose other members are Soni Junzun (synths, vocals, sax ophone), Gordon "Megabucks" Worthy (syn ths, "space bass," vocals, per cussion), Steve Thorpe (electro drums, syncussion, vocals) and Princess Loria (synths, vocals). Down To Earth, their second album overall, is un doubtedly their most versatile work to date, a hybrid of dance, funk, pop and R&B styles less dependent on crazy sounds and more dependent on solid songwriting. seaeworks & Hillsborough Community College CO-PRODUCE TRIO OF ONE ACTS Comings Herbert +Goings III Blm)aqy by by by Megan Terry Ted Shine _Ken Jenkins Directed by Marvin Kirschman & Anna Brennen July 26, 27 August 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17 8 P.M. Curtain The Studio Theatre Ybor Campus, Hillsborough Community College $7.50-$6.00/Students & Seniors RESERVATIONS: 248-5064 FRIDAY fTIWEDU \:i!J (PBS I fTIWXFl \.!!) !NBCI lift\ WTSP I.!.!Y(AIICI Good Morning America JULY 26, 1985/ BROADCAST @WTVT !CBS I t2JJWFTS (-1) !AIICI CBS Morning Inspector Good 44 Kids News Gadget Morning !ranzor Hulk <


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