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Training Encourages Jobless, To .. "' / (SEE STORY ON PAGE 2-A) 35C FLORIDA I entinel;:: ulleffu All The News Fit To Print AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY ... ...... 110,.000 READERS EACH EDITION Published Every Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 70 TAMPA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Residents Stay To. p Of Issue '-(SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A) Man Gets 22 Years For Murder BABY CONTEST TERMINATES AT VICTORY TABERNACLE The re<:ent baby contest at Victory Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church ended with a Sun day afternoon program at which the winner was announced. The crown went to Erin Elizabeth Jefferson, not shown, the daughter of Mrs. Margie E. Jefferson. The other winners were, left to right, Preston Nicholson, with his mother, Mrs. Chiquita K. Nicholson, fourth; Tiffany A. Nelson with her mother, Mrs. Deloris Streeter, second; and Janet Denise Howard, daughter of Mn. Florine Howard, third. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A) WALKER-ORTIZ NUPTIALS Beverly Walker and Hiram Ortiz were married Sunday af ternoon at the Cuban Hall Patio in a ceremony officiated by the Rev. Willie Brooks, pastor of Springhill Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Eloyce Stone and Mr. Prince Stone. The groom is the son of Mn. Carmel Rivera. The couple will live in Tampa.

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It's the beginning of a new fiscal year for the Job-Training (OJT) Program, and that means new goals have been set by enthusiastic going to fall in place.'' According to the Georgia native, who was raised in Ocala and moved to Tampa in By PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer. >' employees such as Doris Sullivan. 1975, "things started h appenable to.ol>tain her G.E.D., and ing" wh'eil she is on her way to becoming an assistance She was Executive Secretary with com; According to Sullivan, an OJT Contract Specialist for : Job Service of Florida: 292 unemployed city and county residents were placed in career oriented positions during the 1984-85 year. "We hope this year tc;> help even more people,'' Sullivan stated. "We urge people who are job hunting and feel they meet the economically disadcriteria to come into our office," located at 404 K Jackson St., downtown Tam pa. "We especially encourage youth between 18 and 21 years old to apply. "We also hope more employers will gef involved to 1 provide the type of jobs we a need to place people," she o continued. "We are constantly i ;1 .... (llllll-'i:l!Suu!S to encourage employers to call us when they .=1 have openings. Without the 'i' jobs, we can't go out and help = 1 the people who need the help." t!: The 15-year veteran with I : Florida Job the last c! four years have been spent working with OJT, explained that the program is an agree ment between the City of Tampa and the Stat( of Florida Job Service. Private sector employers are reimburs ed one-half of all wages paid to h i re and train eligible clien ts. "" "We are especially in,!' tere s ted in making mi nority ;!, busin ess owners aware of the program," Sullivan said. "They are being paid by the c:: OJT Program until the person : becomes productive to the company. We screen ap plicants thoroughly in order to put the right person into the I right job." -; The clients, according to Sullivan, range from college' aS graduates or skilled displaced 115: workers to people having little or no skills or work ex perience. "OJT is not a try out employment situation,.'' Sullivan emphasized, "These are career oriented jobs where the (trainee) is hired by the company and is handled like any other employee. "The thought thai there is someone to work closely with you is encouraging to people who have not worked in a long. time," Sullivan explained. That statement proved true for 30-year-old Brenda Ben nett, who is now working as an Engineering Secretary at the Mariott Hotel. According to Sullivan and Beimet's super visor, the young lady had ex perience and good com munication skills. She was also ready to take on a new BRENDA BENNETI DRESSING YOUR FAMILY IN STYLE DOESN'T HAVE TO COST YOU THE SHIRT OFF Y OUR BACK. If you've shopped you already know about the great borgains; If y come in and find out how to outfit your whole family without costing you the shirt off your bock! LADIES': Dresses begin at.": ................ $3.99 Slacks begin at ................... $1.99 Pants Suits start at ......... .' ...... Blazers begin at just ... : ........... $3.99 CHILDREN'S: Coats from just ..... : .. ... ; .... $2.99 Pants start at ............... : ..... $1.99 Shirts & Blouses ............ ; S3.99 & Up Shorts start at just ................. $1.99 MEN'S: Sport Coats from .................. $3.99 Slacks start at .................... S2.99 Dress Su.its fro m only ............. $10.99 Shirts begin at just ................ $3.99 ffi ATTHiladwill [ffi} !iJ RETAIL STORES PRICES GOOD JULY 31 thni AUG. 6 TAMPA 8202 N. Florida Ave. 1908 S. MacDill Ave. 3100 Gandy Blvd. 6943 W. Hillsborough 4021 W. Hillsborough 2001 N. Dale Mabry at Spruce 3015 W. Kennedy Blvd. BRANDON...:..** 1711 Brandon Blvd. 3727 E. Hillsborough PLANT CITY2812 E. Hwy. 92-0pen Sunday 'I** Superl_ounge & Pkg. Cocktal Lounge & Pkg.l HAPPY HOUR DAILY 4 til 6 Pabst 12oz.CANS 3.79 Coors \ Beck's Beer Reel, White & Blue 6-12oz.BOTLS Kahlua Plus $2 Mfg. Rebate 10.;99: Se, ag ra m 's v 0 c Plus$1.25 7 59750 an. Mfg.Rbt. ML Bailey's Irish Cream 10.997 : SmirnoH ao vodka 7 .29LTR. S G. 9 eagram s In Plus$1MfgRbt 6. 9LTR. Black Velvet Can. 7 .49LTR. Jim Beam Brb. 6.49LTR. Harvey's Scotch 6.79uR. Ron Rico Rum 6.49LTR. Captain Morgan Rum 1 1 Fleischmann's Vodka Calvert Extra Blend CuHy Sark Scotch Canadian Mist Gilbey's Gin 1 E & J Brandy Heaven Hill Brb. 1 Sun Country Cooler 2.99 P1c Gallo PINK CHABLIS RHINE CHABLIS SPANAOA VIN ROSE REO ROSE BURGUNDY GolciPeak CHABLIS RHINE BURGUNDY ROSE Taylor CALIF. CELLAU Coke or Diet Coke 3.69L\:. 4.69dR. 5.99LfR Mlk Sunny Florida Dairy LOFAT MOST STORES 1.29 dR. 2.15GAL. --cliicitn .. -UG,eTERS 99c 2P

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............................................ Young Woman Appreciates Encouraging Tampa Jeweler Recommends Words As She Becomes Reservationist Having Stones Appraised -< After a long, four hard weeks of training, Alesia Jackson, '85 gradpate of Bethune-Cookman College is now working as a Reserva tionist for Eastern Airlines. Alesia, known as Lisa, says she is grateful to God first, her mother and also three other very important people in her life that encouraged her through her years at Bethune. Dr. Oswald P. Bronson, president of Bethune Cookman College, encourag-BY JULIA JACKSON ed Lisa, always saying to her that he had great faith in her abilities to acheive and to be successful in life. Reverend Henry L. Porter, director of West Coast Center fur Human Sarasota, inspired Lisa to strive towards excellence and to be the best she could be. Alesi a's godparents, Reverend and Mrs. Kenneth (Helena) Barrington, founders of Christian School of PerforAlesia relaxing one summer afternoon. ming Arts, Tallahassee, often said to her anything you set your mind for you can acheive it. Lisa stated, "to be suc cessful in life, you must believe in whatever your goals are, never settle for anything less. Always, believe that you can do anything you set your mind to do and putting God first above all." She plans to move forward with Eastern Airlines though their executive management team. Lisa is an '81 high school graduate of King High, and a member of Mt. Zion M.B. Church. She is the daughter of Mrs. Bertha Jackson and Alexander Jackson (Detroit, Mich.}, and has a sister, Patricia A. Jackson and a prather Michael A. Jackson. She ha's been nominated for the National Dean's List by Dr. Annette Goins, Acting Academic Dean of Bethune Cookman College. During her spare time she enjoys basketball, biking, and traveling which now she says she'll do plenty of! BY GWEN HAYES Just over a week ago, Hlan> Sentinel Managing Editor co, Jesus Blanco, andd Helen B After working for others in fine jewelry, a Tampa native has ventured on his own and opened a jewelry shop with other interested parties. The one thing that will make him different from other jewelry stores is that he will recom mend that his customers have the jewelry purchased from him appraised at Tampa Gem Lab "just for their own satisfaction." When Dennis Blanco first became interested in jewelry seven years ago, it was just another job he accepted with Gordon's Jewelry. Juarez opened the doors to D. J.'s Jewelers at 3310 W. -l Cypress in the Oakford Square N at the corner of Lincoln Ave., an area he chose because of the older, established clientele, it's centrally located (near the interstate and accessible to all areas), and "the generous landlord." The partners discussed avenues of offering their customers an excellent price for excellent quality without making a "killing" off the customers, yet make a living. Research proved that it could be done, the 32-year-old Plant High School, St. Petersburg Jr. College, and University of South Florida graduate stated. "You don't have to get every penny from sale to make a living." Residents Sympathize With Still Don't Want Retention Neighbors, But Pond In Area After a year, he began to work for Maas Brothers in fine jewelry. When he left the company three and a half years later, he was the manager at the Univesity Square Mall store where he had developed a friendship with one of his partners. From there, he accepted a position with Montgomery Wards fine jewelry. However, he always had in the back of his mind to one day open his own shop. more feasible to connect with the Hillsborough River that sits north of that site. D. J.'s also offers a lower price on quality merchandise. "No one can beat our prices and quality," he said. If they find a lower price, they wiJl also have a lower quality." To disprove this, he recommends that his customers take the merchandise to Tampa Gem Lab, a reputable business "that's only in the business of appraisals. They're not trying to sell you anything or anything from you, so they' give an accurate appraisal." Fourteen carat (14K) gold still remains the most popular Residents in the area of 43rd St. and Henry Avenue have complaining to city of for years regarding the for some type of storm system that will drain away water that settles, even after a short shower. A small de ten on pond in the area has not the problem at all. iiesidents who reside in sur areas sympathize with the property owners in vicinity and would like for the city to do something about water problems. However, are concerned with the ci's plan to build a retention in the 3200 block of and BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Mapaging Editor Thursday evening the residents attended a meeting at Fair Oaks Recreation Center to learn why their community had been chosen to place a retention pond that would relieve the water problem along Henry and 43rd St. Bobt. Wallace, Deputy Director of Public Works, Michael Burwell, Hydrologic Data Coorqlinator, Storm Water and Ronald Giovanelli, Florida Land Design and Engineering, a consultant, and their aides 'were in attendance to make a 2301 E. Hillsborough Ave. 238-0351 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905 presentation to the residents Residents told the officials regarding the Henry and 43rd that they did not want a fence, St. master plan, why the retenif they did get the pond, nor tion basins are necessary for did they want an unkept pond. the success of the plan, why If in the final analysis a pond Henry and 32nd St. site was chosen, they want to work chosen for si.te number 3, and on a committee that would options on area versus side make sure the pond is taken slopes and fences versus care of and is beautified in the aesthetics. manner that the pond that sits Giovanelli told the residents that the two smaller ponds that serve the area are not ef fective to get the job done. Wallace explained that addi tional planning has been done to redo the basins already in the area. Henry and 32nd was because it across from Tampa Bay Mall is kept. (Continued On Page 23-A) gold, he said. As an opening appeal to community, Blanco is offering 33-500Jo off all in-stock items through the month of August. The store is open Tues through Friday, 1 0-6; day 10-5; and closed Su and Monday. RICARDO GILMORE GEORGE CLARK ROBERT MORRISON Now Open On Sundays 12-5 P.M. 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 PalrQllver Plaza MORRISON, GILMORE & CLARK, P.A. ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1516 8th A venue Tampa, Florida"33605 G1J>i;ylhin!J UJ/ou Jlle>d /oi UJ/ou'l dfaii (813) 248-6866 Preparei To Offer The Service You Deserve > = ;Q. t:!.

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It'), oc Cl'l .... M' ri.J ;;J t;!) ;;J <' > < Q ... 1 fll = t> "t:J .c fll .c = == -= = I = = < ................................. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN l .. USPS 202 140 Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin Publishing Co .. 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 + Moil all Correspondence To: P. 0. Box 3363 Tampa Fl. 33601 Member of notional Newspaper Publishers Assciotion (NNPA), and Am+ olgomoted Publishers, Inc New York. ..,_ _____________________ CYRIL 8L YTHE ANDREWS t 1901-1977 BEnYDAWKINS Founder General Advertising Director : i l C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Jit. C. BLYTHE ANDRErS,III : : President and Publisher Circulation MonaQer t! SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS CAMILLE WILLIAMS : t Genera/ Manager Office Manager t GWENDOLYN HAYES .,, t Managing Editor SIMON JOHNSON ROSE CRUTCHFII!LD + Second Closs Postage Paid At Tampa, Florida + + SUBSCRIPTION RATES + $31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. : + PHONE:248-1921 Consumers Should Always Pick, Choose, Be On Guard Blacks Suffer From Uncontrolled, Unorganized Buying Power (Part Four) Here in Tampa, the greatest tion of the Black community, million dollars annually and task fscing Black leadership Blacks spend nearly a half-agives .all kinds of excuses for today is not political organizamillion doUars alone in a given not advertising with black tion, but economic organizaweek? Did you know that in newspapers? The reason? tion. I differ to say that until two inner-city or near innerThey know the unorganized such leadership, and Black city shopping centers, Black blacks who shop there are gopeople, themselves, organize customers are the predominate ing to : keep coming back and control the flow of their patronage each day and anyway. Think about it! If money spent day in and day throughout the weekend? Did blacks stopped going to that out, especially on the youknowthatBlacksmakeup store, it would have to close weekends when they shop the 99 percent plus of the liquorup, pronto! most, in these food stores, purchasing patronage of all Such information could There's no getting around it. department stores where such beverages sold weekly in render positive consequences Any critical review of the news headlines relative clothing and other items are the inner-city Black communiwhen it is considered that such to the last year or so, tells an unprecedented story as purchased, collectively we are ty? funds never return back to it relates to the Black consumer. doomed to a continuous state Worse still are those stores Black people or the Black The news indicates a new tactic Blacks are engag-of deprivation and whose owners simply "Lord" community in terms of jobs, I tag e. it over the black community, ownership, store managers, ing in on a nationwide basis. They are quaet Y but As a people, we will conand give as little as possible community services, etc. In most surely dealing with the economics of selective tinue to be as fish, caught up back to that community. Did fact, Black inner-city com-buying, or better said, buying from those who give in a net, flip-flopping, strugglyou know that one such whitemunities may not even benefit, jobs and put something back into their communities. ing to get free. Did you know owned store located in the with any equity, from the Black leaders from Jesse Jackson down to the local that in two chain grocery heart of the black community taxes, local taxes, collected level are making Black people aware of the fact that stores alont:, here in one sectakes in a reported $4 to $5 from those enterprises by local and state government. they spend $190 billion aJ)nually in the United and that if that moner is channeled properly, we as a Certainly, we have not group can lift ourselwes economically from the pits researched the situation fully -:Of economic destitution. Wt.III. .... enough to begin calling names, yet! The purpose of these ar-It appears that every ethnic consumer is aware of ticles, at this point, is to how their dollars are spent. A Jew will support a Raspberry develop awareness Jew, an Italian an Italian, an Irishman an Irishman. Economic organization is a These people demand and get respect for their -task too great for any ctne I F h F man, alone. However, true dollars spent for food, clothing, shelter. The Debates n tg t or leadership, Black leadership if Nationwide, businesses which take in millions WASHINGTON What inequality. it ever is to register here, will from Black consumers are bei ng targeted by Black could have been an orgy of "Those who would urge us respond. So let us make leaders and Black newspapers for positive responses cheap shots and acrimony now, in the name of self-help ourselves more aware and get about jobs and financial input into the Black com-turned out instead to be a and individual initiative, to on with the challenge before munity. thoughtful exchange on the abandon our efforts to us. question of governmental pressure government into acWhen a community votes, it In Tampa, many businesses are vulnerable and assistance versus self-help in ting on our behalf are really helps to elect representatives guilty of whatever charges are made against them. the fight for black equality. advocating a dangerous and of political government who Some will conform, we believe. But others have That is not to say that the self-defeating strategy in are sworn to protect the peo a1ready been quietly approached and shown a com"debate" at the 75th annual which the power of the state pie. By the same token such plete disdain for accepting the fact that without the conference of the National Urwould be used to protect and dollar-votes places similar Black consumer, would have to close their ban League was reduced to a extend the interest of virtually responsibilities on the collec1kissing contest. There were every other group except the tors of such funds, those cash doors. There is going to be a concerted effort to clear, and clearly enunciated, black population," Anderson registers of ownership. They communicate to these people that they must show a differences between Bernard said. collect your economic power. more serious intent to the dollars spent in their Anderson of Princeton, whose Loury's point was not that They owe you something! Per places of business by black people. views are traditional government has no responsonally, it is observed as Black What we're trying to say here is that Black con-liberalism, and Glenn Loury sibility in the resolution of citizens of the several com,of Harvard, one of the newly social problems, including munities petition city council somers will be made aware in the future of who their prominent black conser-racial ones, but that some of and the mayor's office for business friends really are. They will be made aware vatives. the problems facing black police protection against crime of the fact that they must always pick, choose and be But the differences that had America today are beyond the in their community. They on guard against spending their money with people the packed Sheraton reach of government and also ought to be joined by the who aren't giving them their money's worth. Washington ballroom expectbeyond the reach of a civileconomic power structures in ing fireworks turned out tope rights approach. their community, as well. If Census Bureau Closes primarily differences of em-The "civil-rights,. they have no interest in your phasis and approach approach," in Loury's definiwell-being and safety, then Tampa Office Anderson, for instance, tion, consists of identifying you should be more selective During the 10 months the focused less on his the cause of problems as racist and spend your dollars The Census Bureau will disagreements with Loury in origin and then seeking elsewhere. It is just a matter of close its Tampa office this census office was open, apthan on his differences with judicial or administrative common sense. week following the completion proximately 750 Tampa the neoconservatives (he menrelief. Now, if there is anyone of the 1985 census, one of two residents worked as temporary tioned Charles Murray Loury did the now-familiar within the range of these tests this year on the road to census takers and office "f" 11 ) h d h l t f d I words, who doubts such f clerks. spec1 1ca y w o conten t at 1 any o un ere ass prothe 1990 national census 0 -Census Office Manager social programs designed to blems of the wisdom; consider the follow=: population and housing. The Rebecca Berrie said the 1985 alleviate the plight of the poor children in some ing: ;:.J other was in Jersey City N .J census provided an $800,000 have in fact left them worse neighborhoods born out of Suppose a miracle happens S: this fall. Tbe city government boost to the Tampa economy off, or who argue that the free wedlock; high-school dropout and Black ministers on a given ..was given preliminary counts in expenditures for salaries, market is more likely than the rates reaching upwards of 60 Sunday! collectively preach for review in June. and supplies. government to reduce racial (Continued On Page 19-A) (Continued On Page 5-A) ....................................................................................

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VIEW TamP,a's Blacks In Race For Social Prominence Blacks And TPD Edge Together We can all remember that not to long ago, The Tampa Police Department and the black community got along like a cat and a rat. Blacks were suspicious of the police department and the police department shared .this com mon feeling. Many members of the department felt that all blacks were criminals by nature and treated them that way Police treated blacks with almost rio respect and blacks treated those whose job was to protect and to serve as if they were intr.uders into their com munities. It would be putting it very mildly to say that relations between the Tampa Police Dept. and blacks were very bad. Slowly, this is beginning to change. Relations between the two are 100 percent i m proved. That is not to iinply that everything is a bed of roses. A whole lot of work remains to be done. Efforts to bring about better relations between the black community and were made by both former police chief Clayton Briggs and before him, Charles Otero. But it was not qntil Chief Robert Smith became police chief that any real progress was made. As police chief, Robert Smith had a plan that was designed to bring about mutual trust and mutual respect between his depart ment and the black communi ty. Among the steps in his plan was to hire more blacks to work on a force that was almost totally white. Before Smith, there were 22-28 black officers out of a force of over 600 officers. The turnover ratio of blacks in the department was high Smith saw a need to make black officers want to stay. As a result of these efforts, the force now has over 75 black officers ahd the turnover ratio is down to near zero Chief Smith personally went into the Police Academy SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS AT his about what he expected of them as police officers. Public Rela tions Seminars were started and the black community was given the opportunity to have some input. In addition, the Chief missed a chance to either attend a gathering in the black community or to send a representative with the primary goal being to establish good rapport. The chief made it clear that he operated under an open door policy and that he welcomed anybody with a legitimate complaint about a police r;natter. Still another in novation under Chief Smith was to i put back into opera tion, ttie beat cops. Instead of walking, they drove small motorized golf carts that could be driven down sidewalks, in alleys and on the streets. This proved to be a very good move. The cops working the beat got to be more than the "The Man" driving down the streets looking for somebody black to arrest. BOth the officers and the peo ple who live in the area they patrol got to know each other. Police officers began to handle blacks differently in both arrests and during investigations. As a result, blacks became more at ease with police and lines of com munications were established The chief went one step fur ther and opened up an office of Human Relations in his department. Officer Sam Jones, Jr. was chosen to head up this depart ment and his primary job was to establish, improve and maintain, a good, wholesome working relationship between the public and the police department. A lot of members Perhaps the most crippling disease that can ever befall a struggling people is to be per meated with the lure for social prominence. Such a class phobia virtually has Black progress here in a choking state of stagnation. Somehow, Black people here in Tampa and in similar communities in America, can not escape such a sickening shortcoming. One obscured Black leader here once said: "You can take a television camera and lead most Black leaders in Tampa off of a cliff." No truer words have ever been spoken. While the Bible noted that there is that "James and John" in all of humanity, with Black people, it appears that the disease is chronic. We can't seem to do anything right together or stay organized for 15 minutes before personalities get in the way. This leader jealous of that leader, and that leader jealous of this leader, and God knows what else. Did you know that one of the best ways to divide Black people, even in church, is to have such events as baby con tests, queen contests, or events suggesting a degree of soCial prominence? Sometimes life long enemies are created over such contests. Noticed the Florida Sentinel of the black community also played an important role in helping to bring the Tainpa Police Department and the black community together. Both the department and blacks have come to realize that if crime is to be controlled effectively, the two groups must be able to communicate and work together. Robert Smith is no longer the police chief. He was pro moted to the newly-created position of Director of Public Safety. In that position, Smith oversees both the police dept. and the fire department. I still expect relations between the black community and the police department to continue to improve. Don Newberger, who took over as police chief, shares the same kind of philosophy as did Smith. Newberger believes that his department can do a better job if they have the cooperation, the respect, and open lines of communications with the public, toward these ends, Chief Newberger has been meeting with blacks, selling Bay Area Managers, Inc. anct showing by action s his P.O. Box 11986 Tampa, FL 33680 willingness to work with the 2107 E. Osborne Avenue, James T. (Jim) Hargrett, Jr., black community. Tampa. Florida 33610 PresJdnu Again, we have not neared the utopian. But, we have Bulletin, trying to promote in good taste, is putting on a best dressed man and woman con test. Such is a good gesture if it does not prove counterproductive in the end. No doubt about it, we are the best dressed people in the world. During the days of segregation, the best dressed students in Hillsborough weni to school at Blake and Middleton. When the teachers integrated these county schooJs, Black teachers made white educators come out of their simple cotton frocks. However, unfortunately the significant thing was what went into the head, not what covered the body we soon learned. But there is nothing wrong with looking nice all of the time. Somehow, we as a people must follow the Scriptures in understanding or dealing with that "James and John" syn drome. "He who would sit on my right side and on my left side, in thy kingdom, must first be thy servant," in essen ce. "He who would be greatest among you, must first be the servant of all." What we do in service for our people with the many problems here in Tam pa, is thejssue. Black people must over come such soft-minded ten dencies as embedded in the social prominent syndrome. W eakminded people are gullible and are adept with a false sense of superiority. Such is the same seed which en slaved Black people and kept them in hundreds of years of racial segregation and discrimination. Martin Luther King said it best in may of his sermons: "The hardhearted person lacks the capqcity for genuine compassion. He is unmoved by the pains and afflictions of his brothers. He passes unfor tunate men every day, but never really sees them. He gives dollars to a worthwhile charity, but he gives not of his spirit." "I imagine that the first question which the priest and the Levite asked was: "If I stop to help this man, what will happen to me?" But -by the very nature of his concern, the good Samaritan reversed the question: "If ldo not stop to help this man, what will happen to him?" The good man always reverses the question. "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and con venience, but where he stands at times of challenge and con troversy. The true neighbor will risk his position, his prestige, ant! even his for the welfare pf others. In dangerous valleys and hazar dous pathway+ he will lift some bruised' and beaten brother to a higher and more noble life. Such, my friends, is the pominence we should all be about. Let us pursue to stand in the spotlight of service to others, to our community, to our cause and struggle of our forebears. Black American (Continued From Page 4-A) from their pulpits that their congregations conduct: a buying-fast for one month 9f a given product. Let us say, the preachers tender .. to their con gregations that pork meat should be boycotted for at least a month because it con tributes to poor body health. The hog industry would be concerned and those who sell hogmeat would -be troubled. They would be concerned because that cash flow into their cash register would be impaired. Your health is not important to them, it is your money they are concerned about. Instant economic power would come to those pork-eaters in the community. Such buying power could be utilized for whatever purposes the people and their leaders chose. (to be continued) 248-1921' The Miracles Of AL.OE VERAII Mrs. AM. Of Tampa Says : "I Am Telling Everybody That Your Aloe Vera Juice Really Does Work/ I Took Some For My Stomach Pains And Got Fantastic Results Also. I Used Some Of The Other Aloe Vera Products; Aloe Creme For A Rash ; Athrocare For My Aching Joints, And Some Of the Skin Care Products For Bumps In My Face FOR SELLING A HOME come a long way. There are BUYING A HOME PROPERTY still some hot dogs or cowboys Aloe Health Center "C APPRAISALS MANAGEMENT on the force. If you run into 2269 E. Hillsborough Ave. (Eastgate Shopping Ctr.) NEW LOTS one of these, report him and to1 INVFSTMENTPROPERTY COMMERCIAL bear in mind that he is not a 237-1575 ..., PROPERTY f h representative o a c angmg Hours: 10-5:30 Mon.-Fri.: 10-3 Sat. <' ... .................................. ..

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N' .E-o 00 ;;J ;;J < < Orange Blossom Cosmetolo2 ists Orange Blossom Cosmetologists Association Inc. 46th Convention events continued. r Sunday, 8 p m., Shop Owners Guild Price Is Right, Mrs. Ornillr Kelsey Chairman and Co-Chairman, Altamese Duker Haven. Serving as Hostesses were: Mrs. Lila Beaty, #3, Chairman, Jacksonville and Mrs. M. Penice .._,Cl"''"'a"u. There were many recipients of beautiful gifts given at this affair. Committee Chairman, Mrs. Beulah Jackson of '-'""'-' continued the "Babies on Parade" contest. Mrs. Florence Ford chaired the O.B.C.A. Panel. Theme : "Cosmetology: A Rewarding Profession for the Career Mind" Participants were: 3rd Vice President, Mrs. Nancey Sarasota; Unit #5 President, Mrs. Cornelia Rawls, and Building Fund Co-Chairman, Mrs. Frankie Lake Alfred The discussion was very informative Dean of Seminar, Mrs. P1mline Shaw Jacksonville; Staf f L :neJmis:rry Instructor, Mrs Louella Grayson; and Hai r Color Technician, Mrs. L orrane Jonas were in charge of the well ...... ._, .. ._.,,,.. Seminar classes. Mrs. Sharon Davis, Tampa, was appointed Beautification Chairman. Dr. Ross ap po inte d several new committees to start training for the future, namely, Ms. Doretha Graham, Tampa, .= Junior P resident; and Mrs. Morell Barber, Ft. Pierce, and Mrs. Mary Hill, Ft. Myers, Junior Trustees; Mrs Frankie Clay, = Lake Alfred, Mrs. Nira McCullum, Sarasota and Mrs. Ira King, St.' Petersburg. Awards were given to Edward Clay, I Salesman of the Year; Abraham Abarms o f Seven Sea s, Mr. Congenality. Parade of Units Chairman Mrs. Marion Jones, Tampa, and Ruthie Kirckley Co-Chairman, Orlando were very pleas ed with the units input in the parade. Winners were as follows: Most Beautiful, 1st Place Unit 6, Lauderdale; 2nd, Un it 1, 6, Quincy, Mrs. Eva Stephens President, 3rd, Tampa Unit 1, Mrs. Rosa Brinson President. Uniformity-1st place, Unit 38, Jacksonville; 2nd, Unit 25, Belle Glade, Mrs. Elnora Benjamin President; 3rd, Unit 8, Orlando Mrs Thelma Montgomery, President. Originality-1st Place, Unit 23, West Palm Beach, Mrs. Emly L. White, President; 2nd, Unit 60, Jacksonville, Mrs. Hattie M. Nesbit; 3rd, Unit 21, Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs. Audrey Ross, Presi25, Mrs. Louella Vickers, Belle was crowned B.C.A. Queen for 1985-86. Unit 55, Mrs. Alice McGhow, Miami, 2nd runner up Alaine Walden, Educational Night, Mrs, Florence Ford, chairman. Oratorical Contest Theme was "A Well Rounded Educa Insurance Against Failure. Winners were as follows: J..J"-'""'" Dix Award -Byron Chandler, Ocala, $550 00; Unice nniWIII. 2nd place $200.00, Tampa; Altamease Wilson Ft. 3rd place, $150.00; Renee Barnes, 4th place, $100.00, Erma Jones, Nurse's Aide Chairman, Tampa, in a representative from the Blood Bank and several Jne1mbers gave blood for the O;B.C.A. Account. Tuesday night Coronation, Fashion and Dance. Mrs. Clara Griffin, chairman, Gainesville. Mrs. Dorothy Corbett modeled some fabulous fashions from Dottie's Boutique, Ft. and Mrs. Thelma Lumpkins, along with others modeled some beautiful fashions. Trophies were presented in the followin_g Hair Styling Con Category: Salon Styling, Unit 55, 1st place, Martin Donald Ranins; 3rd, Cassander Biven; Craftsmanship, 1st Ann Bennett; 2nd, Cassander Biven; 3rd, Ira King. Fan__ 1st place, Martin Crue; 2nd, Susie Mosley; 3rd Cassander _.," -and Battle of Cosmetologist Willie James Pot ter. City Councilman Napoleon Ford, Orlando, held the v."'---n. election. All officers succeeded themselves. Presidents Banquet Mrs. Louise Dupree, chairman, Cocoa Invocation, Rev. Green, Miami, Introduction of State Officers was done by Mrs. Lucille West. Mrs. Mary Bryant greeted the guests. 1st Vice President, Dr. R.L. Bassey sang ''Let's Break Bread Together." Mrs. L. West introduced Ex ecutive Director of the Classroom Teachers' Association Mr. Winiferd Kennedy, Broward County, introduced City Council representing District Five and two-tenn Mayor Pro Tern. Speaker for the occasion, Mr. Napoleon Ford, who gave some very fruitful thoughts which was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Mercedes Locklear, Cocoa, sang "Give Me My Flowers" to Dr. Ross, and gave her a flower. Let;s contfmie to pray for our members that were in the acci dent during the convention, and Mrs Helen J. Bullock Chair-1-A) : Members Of The Gilbert-Condry Wedding Party ( ltJ \ Members of the Shawn Gilbert-Reginald Condry wedding part y were: junior attendants, left to right, Willie Mae Scott, Demetrius Franks, and Squan Stevens; bridesmaids, left to right, Theresa Espunosa, LaShawn Austin, Lisa Con dry Sherry Ragsdale and Gail Butcher, maid of honor; apd back row, left to right, the usher s, Donald Condry, Livester Jones, Eugene Gilbert, Thomas Gunderson, and Alan Gunderson bestman. THE H. W. BI.AKE CLASS OF J 960 Invites You To Their CHICKEN & FISH SANDWICH SALf I SAT., AUGUST 3, 7 P.M. At 3902 f. fern Street The Drawing For The Color T.V. Will Be At This Time. THE J. C. YOUNG ADULT CHOIRS UNION SUNDAY AUG. 4, 1985 At 3:00P.M At ZION HILL AMI CHURCH SIS. MARY NEAL .. President THf fiRST BAPTIST CHURCH 01 COLLfGf HILL 3838 19th Street Pastor Young Glover SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, J9U Sunday School-9:30A.M. BTU-5:00P.M. Evening Service6:30P.M. TOP HATTERS CI.UB Sponsoring A Disco Dance Saturday, August 3, 1985 Time: 9:00 Until Place: Cuban Hall Patio Music By The Mighty Potman And His Sophisticated Funk Machine B.Y.O.B. Donation $4.00 Cocktail Hour 9-10 Unlimited Gospel Expressions Presents ... Youth Retreat Jamboree "85" ''Stirring Up The Gift That Is Within You'' PRESENTS VICTORY CONCERTS At NEW PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH 1002 EAST BUFFALO AVENUE Saturday, August 3, At 7:30P.M. FRANCINE JONES Plant City, FL SUNSET GOSPEL SINGERS Belle Glade, FL YOUTH RETREAT MASS CHOIR ALL CONCERTS FREE runday, August 4, At JUDY PETERSON Vera Beach, FL FOR MORE INFORMATION 972-3409 239-9690 884-8468 248-2790

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...... Of Gratitude IT'S ALL ABOUT fJif YOU ROSE CRUTCHFIELD MR. AND MRS. GEORGE (DOROTHY) PITTMAN, JR. Mr. and Mrs. George (Dorothy) Pittman, Jr. recently celebrated their wedding annivesary at their Main St. home. They have lived in Tampa three yeats. The couple are parents to four children: Belhema, 17, Ronald, 15, George, 14, and Jeroboom, 9. The Pittmans are members of Mt. Pleasant M.B. church C. T. Kirkland, pastor. On their anniversary, the children presented their parents with nice gifts and a night on the town. BUCCANEERS RADIO NETWORK WSUN-AM the Flagship station for the Tampa Bay Buc caneers radio network, is set for the 1985 season. WSUN has exclusive live coverage both home and away with Mark Champion, WSUN's sports director. During pre-season, join Mark Champion ror "On The Sidelines" with Coach Leeman Bennett at 5:25p.m. Monday Friday. When the regular season kick-off, join WSUN-AM 62 for the Leeman Bennett Show at 7:50a.m. Mondays-Fridays. Mark Champion will host ''The N.F.L. Report" Monday evenings at 7 during the regular season. On the day of join WSUN-AM 62 three hours prior to The Tampa Urban League, Inc. Invites You To Attend Its Annual Equal Opportunity Dinner At The Holiday Inn Airport 4500 West Cypress Street On friday, August 16, 1985_ Reception -6:30P.M. Dinner And Program -8:00P.M. Dr. Frederick S. Humphries President Florida A&M University Theme: "Honoring YesterdayChallenging Tomorrow" ForTicket Information Contact Tampa Urban League, Inc. 1405 Tampa Park Plaza 229-8117 Donation $50.00 kick-off for the tailgate show with Jeff Rogo. Jeff's a veteran with the Buc network and has up-to-date interviews, health reports, traffic reports from AI Ford, and country music ATTENDS BOYD CAREER SCHOOL Sonya D. White, 3016 E. Stern, Tampa, a graduate of C. Leon Kigh High School, has officially been accepteq for studies in Travel and Tourism at The Boyd Career School, located in Pittsburgh, PA. Upon completion of the course, the graduate will be qualified for an entry level position in the travel industry as reservationist, ticket agent, ramp agent, passenger service agent, travel agent, travel counselor and car rental agent. ACCEPTS NEW JOB WITH ANHEUSER BUSCH Hayward Bryant, Sr. will soon be leaving for Columbus, Ohio. He has accepted a job as Production and Maintenance Supervisar in the Metal Container Corporation of Anheuser-Busch. He has been employed in the container industry for 20 years, getting his start with Reynolds Metal Co. as a line technician, He was there 7 Y2 years before becoming a supervisor at Schlitz Container Division. Over the past 12Y2 years, HAYWA RD BRYANT, SR. the name of the business has changed several times, but he has remained steadfast in his oc cupation. -Hayward arid his wire: Doris, considered the benefits of the new job before accepting. The couple attributes their level of success to the devine guidance of the Heavenly Father : His sons, Hayward, Jr. an enneth pray for his continued success in this new endeavor. The family is members of First Baptist Church of College Hill. SEARCH FOR MS FLORIDA STATE SENIOR AMERICA Plans are being finalized for the First Annual Florida State Senior America Pageant. The Ms Senior America Pageant is the first pageant to em phasize and give honor to women who have reached the ''Age of Elegance." According to Maureen Donovan, National Pageant Director, "The Pageant seeks to draw attention to the achievements of senior women by giving them the opportunity to display their poise, "Inner Beauty", talents and positive outlook on life." Women, 60 years and older, will represent various organiza tions from throughout the State of Florida. The participants will be competing in four categories: Interview, Evening Gown, "Inner Beauty/Philosophy of Life" and Talent. The winner of this year's Florida state pageant will represent Florida at the Ms Senior Ameri C a Finals to be held at Resorts International Hotel & Casino Superstar Theater on April 1, 2 & 3 198 .6. Any Florida woman, 60 years or older, or interested organizations should contact Florida State Pageant Director Toni Fazzari 1909 North Fort Pierce, Florida 33449. Phone (305) 464-4247. CONTEMPORARY ART SHOW The Florida Center for Contemporary Art announces the opening of the Center's Juried Show August 20-31. The exhibition was juried by R. Andrew Maass Executive Director of the Tampa Mu s eum. Works in a variety of media are on e x hibit. The opening reception for artists will be August 10, 7-10 p.m at the gallery. It is free and open to the public. The F.C.c.A.. is located -at I722 East 7th Avenue Ybor City. Gallery hours are II a m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. (Continued_On Pa2e 9-A) Not&d Pianist Essie M. Johnson Accompanying Eleven Acclaimed Soloists At HYMNORAMA '85 August 18. 1985 Pleasant Chapel A.M.E. Church SISTER EVELYNA ROBINSON HILTON Many s incere thanks are ex tended to each person and par ticipants who your time, talents i and monetary gifts in the Lo.ve Feast Benefit Program sponsored July 12th by the St. .Jdhn Progressive Missionary Baptist Church's Women Missions Auxiliaries. I am encouraged to know that God still has people like you who responded and are sensitive to the needs of those who are the household of Faith. This worship was spirit filled and will linger long in my heart. Special thanks to choirs of New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, Greater Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, St. Matthews Missionary Baptist. Church, First Union Mis sionary Baptist Church, First Baptist College Hill Choir 2, St. John Progressive Mass Choir, Ministers Wives of Bradenton-Sarasota Area, Deacon Earl B. Mason, Sister Sandra Barr and Sister C. Nix. My prayer of thanksgiving is extended to Macedonia M.B. Church, Zephyrhills, FL, Rev. Eddie Nunn, pastor, Mount Tabor Choir No. I, all pastors of the participating choirs. A very warm thank you is extended to Rev. Clarence Warren, Rev. Howell, Mrs. Eddie Nunn, Rev. John Pelgram, sisters: Diane Rameriz, Darla Wat son, Betty Sanchez and Eva Hearns. Included in this momentous phase of God's work are: Rev. and Mr:s. Saul Nickerson, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Rose Crutchfield, Grady Elemen tary School, St. John Pro gressive M.B. Church Board of Deacons and family. I shall forever the cards flowers, food, and all that the spirit of Christ moved upon you to comfort, care and assist me during this e xt en d ed illnes s I love you and my prayer s i s that each of you receives abundant rewards > ... Cll

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.. Also celebrating his big day Celebrating with Miss ..., is Simuel Howard, Sr., who "Tootie", as she is called will N' was 53, August 1. William Lee be her two brothers, Tory and WI 5 H IN G Y 0 U A Johnson, Sr., will be 59, Tavaras, and a host of cbusins ;;J HAPPY 81 RTHDAY and friends at her home. 8 .Simuel Jean Cotten w'ill be < 35, August 5, and Mrs. Leola -= e = I '2 -= fll -::s = =-= = = I c c MRS. ANNIE STOKES On July 27, Mrs. Annie Belle Stokes was honored with a Birthday Dinner celebrating her Slst birthday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Virginia Brown. Rev. Patton, Assoc. Pastor of First Baptist College Hill, gave the and sang and prayed with the fami ly and guests. Those in attendance were: Mrs. Ruth Stokes (daughter of honoree), grandchildren: Beverly Neves and husband, 1 Willie Sr.; Linda Williams, Vanderlyn Robinson, Bobby Brown Sr., DeForest James and Wife, Eunice, James Stokes, Wilbert Mack, Linda great grands, Willie, Lisa and Cheala Neves, Ericka Mitchell, Bobby and Charise Brown, Rhonda Johnson, Sharon Mack, Tony Mack, Fara Stokes, James Stokes, Jr. Special Guests: Rev and Mrs. Patton, Mrs Janice Wolfe, Mrs. Fannie Mae Smith, Mrs. Rose Atkins, Mrs. Patricia Scott, Valerie and Lisa Scott, Mrs. Marie White, Mrs. Elizabeth Bowden, Mrs Carrie Mitchell, aad Mrs. Lena Wesley On the birthday list today are several family members; daddy, granddaddy, grandmother, aunt and cousins = G: J t< KEITH WHITE, BERSHAWN HOWARD SIMUEL HOWARD, SR. SIMUEL JEAN COTTON WILLIAM JOHNSON, SR. Simmons, mother of Mrs Eva Howard, will be 75 years young, August 9. Sisters Stephanie and Melva LaShaun McKay are recent birthday celebrants. STEPHANIE MCKAY MELVA MCKAY Stephanie celebrate her :;ixth birthday on July 30. Melva will be 12 on Saturday August 3. She is also being congratulated for her awards s he received, especially the Pres idential Awards The girls are daughters of Melvin and Sonja McKay. In addition to a happy birthday, the girls are wished much suc cess in the coming school year from their parents. Keith White was 10 years old, July 29, and Del Vaughn Pierre Johnson was 3. BerBELINDA JONES shawn Howard will be 8 on Belinda Lashawn Jones will August 3. She is the daughter be celebrating her first birthof Simuel Howard, Jr. and day on Aug. 4. they are the grandchildren of She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simuel Howard, lPearlie and Michael Jones. nuum Port Tampa Spoasor A DINNER SALE AtTbeHomeOf A.M.f. CHURCH 2615CHIPCO Rev. S.C. Lawson Pastor Sunday School,.9:30 A.M. Morning Worship, II A.M. 7:30P.M. < MR. & MRS. ISAAC LaGRAND SAT., AUG. 3, 11 A.M.-Until OARAOI SALI !-< Cbitterllngs Wltb Wblte Or Yellow SATURDAY. AUGUST 3 :I: Potato Salad. Barbecue 271 l W. Popular Ave. KASMYENE HAYES QQUONY ROBERTS Qquony Roberts will Happy Birthday to Kas myene Nyelle Hayes who turn ed 7 on August 1. When school reopens, she will be a second grader at St. Peter Claver Catholic School. Kas myene attends New Mt. Zion M.B. Church and has been spending the summer at the Ybor 1 City Boys and Girls celebrate her 6th birthday to day August 2. Her party will be Saturday. Qquony is the daughter of Ms. Katie Roberts, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. (Ora) Roberts. She is the goddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie (Jeanet) Parker. She will be going to first grade. Club : She celebrate the day at home Saturday with ice cream and '"t:ake. Kasmyene is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James (Gwen) Hayes, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Annie Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. Ezell (Georgia) Covington, Macon, Ga. 248-1921 Rev. S. C. Waterford Is Broadcasting Over Radio Station WTIS 1110 AM On Your Radio Dial from 11 \ 1:30 a.m. fach Saturday Morning. This Radio Ministry Is Designed To Give Com fort To The Sick And Shut In And Enlighten ment 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. REVIV AI. SERVICES NORTHSIDE M. 8. CHURCH 5706 N. 40th Street AUGUST 5 Thur AUGUST 9 Services Qegin Each Evening At 7:30P.M. REV. WILLIE McDANIELS ... Pastor Of Mt. Olive M.B. REV. JACOB JORDAN ... Pastor Church, The Public Is Invited Appreciation Hour In Honor Of MRS. PHETTE C. WILLIS For Years Of Dedicated Service Mr. Phette Willis a member of Hood Temple A.M. E lion Church Is Moving To Texas She Will Be Missed Because Of 23 Years Of Untiring, Dedicated And Loving Ser vice. Friends Are Invited To Fellowship With Her At Hood Temple, Sunday, August 5 At 5 P.M. '-..........................

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.. ................................................ .. .. Com.munity Federal Savings Has New Executive VP Conn am-Williams Engagemen s R eve r e n d A Leo n Lo w ry, Chai r ma n of t h e Board Co m muni ty Fe d era l S av ings a nd L o an Associa t ion o f T a mpa, announced th e a ppointm e n t of Verno n D. Br a dd ock as Ex ecu tive Vice-President, b y th e board of directo r s. M r B r ad dock receive d th e a p poi n tment after servi n g for two m o nth s jn t h e capacity of Vice P resi dent Comptroller. Mr. Braddock is a Certified Public Accountant with over 13 years of experience in the Savings and Loan industry A previous resident of Atlanta, Georgia, Mr. Brad dock brings 9 years of Savings and Loan Regulator y ex perience with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atl a nta to his new appointment. He al so served as Senior Accoun tant with the accounting firm Ernest & Whinney in Ch i cago A native of Ocala, Florida, Mr Braddock recieved a degree in Accounti n g fro m th e Univers i ty of W est F l orida. H e stan d s as a no npract i c in g m e m ber of t h e Am erican In stit ut e o f Ce rt ifie d Public A c c o untant s In his new ca p acity as Ex e cutive Vic e Pres ident Mr. Braddoc k i s in ch a r ge o f ove rall op e r a tion s of th e 17 yea r old FSLIC In s ured Sav ings and Loan Asso c iation. Faced with the challen g e of beMIDDLETON& DON THOMPSON CLASSES OF 1956 Sponsor COOK-OUT SAT., AUG. 3, At 12 Noon At MacFARLANE PARK Menu: Fried Fish Or Barbeque Chicken, Baked Beans, Slaw, Bread And Drinks. DONATION: $3.00 Bring Picnic Gear And Spend The Day THE 29th STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 3310 29th ALLAN D Minister Bible School, 9:45A.M. Worship I lAM & 6 PM Bible Classes: Sunday S P.M. Monday, 7 P.M. Prayer And Song Service, Wednesday, 7P.M. fiDER C J LONG in g t h e c hie f o perat ion a l of f i cer of Tampa's only black b an kin g in s titution Mr Brad doc k i s optimi s ti c t h at Com munit y Fe der a l will c ontinue to g row t o b e a v iable b a nkin g instit ut io n i n t h e co mmun i t y H e l ooks forwa rd t o expand in g t h e r ole of t h e ass o ciat i o n in t h e devel o pm e n t of the com munit y Mr. B r a d dock is s up po r ted b y a st ro ng man age m e nt tea m consisting of R oy Williams, V P M o rtgage L e n di ng, Doro t hy-Garri c k V P C on s umer L e ndin g a nd P a ul e tt e P o ol e, S avi ngs O p erat i on a l M an a ger. Mr. Br a dd ock r esides in the Tamp a B ay A r ea wit h his wife, Jac qu e l y n B ra d doc k and t h eir two c hil d r en, Mic h ae l and Andrea. IT'S Allrr:s?you ROSE CRUTCHF IELD H E R E FROM CA L I F OR N IA LULA MASSEY AND BERNICE JONES Lula "Peaches" Massey and Bernice Jones were here from Sacramento, California for the 36th-year class reunion of the Middleton and Don Thomps on '49ers. They drove to Tallahassee to visit Mrs. O.K. Richardson and Dr. C.E. Richardson and family. Tampa friends enjoying their visit were Mrs. Maude Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Lanie (Angie) Daniels, and Mrs. Frankie Evans. They also attended the Spiritual Wonders' pro gram. Hurry! Hurry!! Hurry!!! To The Orchid Club, Inc. "THRIFT SAL.E THE CENTURY" SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 9:30A.M. To 5 P.M. At The BETHUNE HIGH RISE COMPLEX 1515 UNION STREET Fish & Chlclcen Sandwiches Sodas Plants Bargains Galorel THE TAMPA ALUMNI CHAPTER OF BETHUNE COOKMAN COLLEGE Presents THE "MS. FUTURE BCC" CORONATION Sunday, September I, at 4 P.M. At Rogan Park Auditorium Vying For The Coveted Title Are: Mr. and Mrs. Jeff (Doro thy) Cunningham of Beckley We s t Virginia an nounce the engagement of their daughter Dana to Carlton L. Williams s on of Mr. and Mr s Clifford (Lula) Wiliam s S r. of Tampa. The weddin g will be at 2 p.m., Augu s t 31, at Fir s t Bap tis t Church North Beckle y, Beckely, We s t Vir g ipia Both Dana and C arlton are enliste d in th e U nit e d S tates Army. T h e co upl e will res id e at Ft. Lee, Vir g inia. VA CA T IONS I N Cy n t h ia (C a p r ee) T h o m as is vacationing in Hawaii with h er uncle, Dr B ernard R obinso n and family. Cy n t h i a departed for H awaii on July 8, and h e r p l an n ed ret u rn was set August I Cy nthia is a 1985 g r ad u ate of P l a n t City High Sch ool. Cynthia is the d a u g ht e r of C y nthia & Jerry Baile y an d th e n iece of Ms. Ida Gary w ho s h e resides w ith in Plant C i ty. CYNTHIA THOMAS PROGRESS VILLAGE S.D.A. CHURCH NOTES A stand in meeting wa s held by Pastor Theus T. Young with the Building Committee of Progress Village S D A Church, within the walls of the edifice under construction on 78th and Flower Ave The meeting wa s concerning placement of fur nis hing s podium pew s bapti s tr y and air conditioning .. In the meantime, workmen were atop the building hammering down s hingles. Members are s inging, "Just A Uttle While". Vis itor s in the services recently were Ann Jones, and children, Columbus, S.C.; Patricia Davis, New York ; Nathalie Brown, N.Y., and Rosalee Wright, Alveta Brown Marjorie Pope, Dorothy Small of the city James Carter brought the message"You Can't Hurry God". Opal and Curtis Lattimore gave special musiSTCiarence Norton presid ed. A standing crowd is expected Aug 3rd when the Progress Village members observe Deacons and Deaconess Day at the St. James A M.E. Church Native son, Dr. Fred Parker will hP the guest speaker. THE MALE CHORUS OF SPRINGHILL M. 8. CHURCH 702 E. Humphrey Avenue Celebrates 7TH ANNIVERSARY MONDAY, AUGUST 5, At 7:30P.M. On Program Will Be: THE GOSPEL WARRIORS, THE GOR DON AIRS, PILGRIM JUBILEES, SWEET ANGELS, MANNING SINGERS And Many More. SIS. IRENE WELLS Of Brooksville ... Mistress Of Ceremonies BIG GOSPEL PROGRAM SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, At 8:00P.M. NEW PROGRESS M.S. CHURCH 3307 E. Shadowlawn featuring: The GORDONAIRES Of Tampa, HEAVENLY TRUM PETS Of Tampa, SINGING AIRES Of St. Petersburg, FAITH GOSPEL SINGERS Of Tampa, NEW PROGRESS MALE CHORUS, And Others. Everyone Is Invited To Come And Share In This Program. DEACON JIMMY L. WILLIAMS, Sponsor REV. EARLIE J WILLIAMS, Pastor You Are Invited To Attend / Parents: Ms. Merial Mills and Mr It OBDUI.AIA N. HfNDiRSON Henry Mosle y Parents : Ms. Linda Williams and School : East Bay 33 J 0 29th Street Mr. Percy Henderson Church: Palm River Church Of AUGUST 5, From 7. To 9:00P.M .. Pastor School: Greco Jr. High Christ Sunday School, 10 A:M. Church: St Peter Claver Spon sors: M s Lillian Brown and Morning Worship, 11 A.M. S ponsor : Ms. Helen Young Famil y CLASSES FOR ALL AGES > "'( > TJ1 .., N CIJ = .... :r I = = ii' :;-> = c. :! I -Evening Worship, 6 P.M. MRS.I.UCII.Lf MORRIS_ CHAIRMAN Refreshments Served z Prayer-Bible Study Wed. MRS. MAMif WASHINGTONCO-CHAIRMAN For Free Transportation Plea s e Call: 242-4572 2 ... 7_.P M._ ......... .............. .. ............

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1:1.1 = Q -.c:l Q = I c "CC = < *ANGELA RENEE' GODWIN* This is Angela Renee' Godwin, daughter of Mr. alid Mrs. James Godwin and inember of the Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. Angela's career goals in life are to become a famous singer and also pursue a career in facial modeling. Born under the sign of Virgo, Angela is old, is 5 feet tall, and enjoys singing, dancing, and swim ming. Her philosophy of life is: "No matter what you do in life, always put God first, your family second, and career third. Those three things are the key ingredients in life. Angela is attracted to a man who is romantic and adven turous. Her favorites star is Diana Ross NEW PHILADELPHIA M.S. 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 24t h Avenue Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Wonblp Semce, 11:00 A.M. Evenina Service, 7:30P.M. -Bible Study, Wect., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W., Fri., 7:30P.M. Wanted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pbo. 689-3023 247-1037 fiRST BORN HOUSE Of Prayer (Pentecostal I 805 E. Henderson 1:1.1 1 JOHN 5:4-5 Part 4 PRAISE GOD FOR IN HIM WE LIVE, MOVE AND HAVE OUR BEING. GOD LOVES US AND HE WANTS US TO LEARN HOW TO PUT OUR. FAITH THAT: HE GAVE US, TO WORK AND TO BE VICTORIOUS OVER EVERY SITUATION ELDER BERNARD MCCRAY IN LJFE. ... Pastor ST. MARK 11: 12-14, 20-24 VERSES, JESUS WAS TEACHING HIS DISCIPLES A Sunday School, 10:00 A.M. VERY IMPORTANT LESSON ON THE PRINCIPLES OF HOW GOD OPERATES Mornign Worship, 12:00 P.M. IN BEHALF OF HIS DISCIPLES WHEN. FAITH IS PUT TO WORK. VERSE 14, Evenign Worship, 7:30P.M. JESUS SAID SOMETHING TO THE FIG TREE, AND HIS DISCIPLEs 7 : 30p.M., Tues., Bible Study 7:30P.M., T!Jurs., EBENEZER M.S. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street Pastor SUday Sdlool;t:45 A.M. MOf'IUa Wonldp, 11 A.M. Enalaa Wonlllp, 6:30P.M. Bible St1Hiy/Pnyer, T-., 7:30P.M OF CHRIST 1312 W: Nassau Street Tampa, Fla. 33607 DAVID ATKISON, Minister SUNDAY: Bible Study, 10 A.M. & 5 P.M. Worship, 11 A .M. & 6 P.M. TUESDAY: Ladies Study, 10 A.M Regular Study, 7:30P.M THURSDAY: Song Service & Prayer Meeting liVING WORD CHRISTIAN CENTER Palm River Recreation Center 58th St. And Palm River Rd. Praise & Worship, 11 AM & 6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Worship Experience. Prayer For The Sick And Needy ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. EveningWorship, 7P.M Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Thursdv, 7 P.M. GRt:ATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 4413 35th Street REV. M. MURRAY .. Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worspip, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 5 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. Visitors: Are Welcome PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 24th A venue Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning w'o rsb!!...!!_A.M. -ChoirNo-:-lAnd Usher Board No.2 Serving. BTU, 5:00p.M. HEARD IT. Prayer & Tarrying L NOTICE THAT NOTHING IN THE NATURAL HAPPENED. THI;RE WAS NOTHING PHYSICAL THAT HAPPENED TO THE TREE UNm JOHN M.S. CHURCH fiRST BAPTIST CHURCH At Each Service. Evening Worship, 6:00P.M. Mid-Week Service & Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30P.M. THE NEXT DAY. BUT THAT DIDN'T MEAN THAT SOMETHING DIDN' T HAP340J 25th Avenue Of liNCOLN GARDENS PEN TO THE TREE IMMEDIATELY. VERSES 20-12-IT WAS NOT UNTIL THE """ 4202 NEXT MORNING BEFORE ANY PHYSICAL EVIDENCE WAS SEEN THbT ANYTHING HAD HAPPENED THEY SAW THE. FIG TREE DRIED UP FROM THE ROOTS. IT WITHERED AWAY. II. NOTICE THAT WHEN JESUS CURSED THE FIG TREE, SOMETHING TOOK PLACE IN THE REALM OR THE WORLD OF THE SPIRIT. BECAUSE JESUS USED FAITH FILLED WORDS TO SPEAK TO THE. FIG TREE. HEBREWS 11: 1 FAITH IS THE SUBSTANCE (THE GROUND, THE TITLE DEED) OF THINGS HOPED FOR AND THE EVIDENCE OF THINGS NOT SEEN (OR NOT REVEALED TO THE. FIVE PHYSICAL SENSES). TO THE. FIVE PHYSICAL SENSES, THERE WAS NOTHING YET THAT HAPPENED TO THE TREE. BUT IN THE REALM OF THE SPIRIT WHEN JESUS SPOKE HIS FAITH GAVE TITLE DEED TO THE END RESULTS, AS. FAR AS HE WAS CONCERNED THE TREE WAS WITHERED FROM THE ROOT. III. NOTICE MARK 11 :22 "JESUS ANSWERING SAITH UNTO THEM, HAVE FAITH IN GOD". IN OTHER WORDS, JESUS WAS TEACHING HIS DISCIPLES TO HAVE THE.GOD KIN!? Qf CAUSES THINGS TO HAPPEN. (ROMANS 12:3}. : HAVE FAITH IN GOD. NOTICE IT DID NOT SAY, HAVE. FAITH IN MAN OR THINGS! MAN WILL LIE TO YOU, HE WILL MISLEAD MISUSE AND ABUSE YOU! "THINGS" WILL LEAVE YOU AND YOU WILL DIE AND LEAVE THINGS. HAVE .FAITH IN GOD! NOJ YOUR ABILITY, NOT IN YOU EDUCATION, DIPLOMA OR YOUR DOCTORATE DEGREE MARK 11:23 SPEAK TO THE MOUNTAINS, THE OBSTACLES THE 1 BARRIERS THE CIRCUMSTANCES, THE PRIDE THE DOUBT. TELL THEM ... "BE THOU REMOVED AND BE THOU CAST INTO THE SEA ... VER SE 24 READ. PSALMS 37: 4, 1 JOHN 5:14-15 OPEN CHRISTIAN CENTER 1221 E. Cblumbus Dr. Sunday School, 10 A.M : Morning Service, II A M. Evening Service, 7 P.M. Bible Study, Thurs., 7 P M. Prayer Meeting, Tues., 7 P.M ... The Public Is IQvited .. ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M. BibleSfudy, Wed., 7P.M. REHEARSALS Youth, Tues.;6 P.M. No.2, Tues., 7:30; No.1 & Young Adults, Wed., 8 P.M. GRACE MAllY M.S. CHURCH 3901 37th Street i I ELDER THOMAS J. .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:'30 A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M. Evening Service, 5:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. The Public Is Invited. ELDER J A. STEPHENS .. Pastor Sunday School, 9 :30A.M. Each Sunday Morning Service, 11 A.M. Evening Service, 6 P M And Third Sundays B. T.l/ .. 5 P .M. -Each Sunday Prayer& Bible Study Tuesday At 7 P M .MORNiNG G_LORY M.B. CHURCH 7510N. 40th Street ... Putor Sunday School, Morning Wonblp, 11 A.M. The Public Is Invited REV JAMES SHEPPARD Pastor Sunday Prayer Services-9:45A.M. Sunday School 10 AM Sunday Praise Worship-11 AM 1st & Jrd Sunday B.T.U. 5 PM Evening Worship 1st Sunday Only:At6PM Visitors Are Always Welcome. EVENING STAll TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Paris ...Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M Morning Service, 11 A.M. Night Service, 6 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Thurs. 7 P.M.

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Edith Murray ..... Gilbert-Condry Wedding. (Continued From Page6-A) man Souvenir Journal, Jacksonville for a speedy recovery. Publicity Chairman, Mrs. Ormiller Kelsey. BLAKE CLASS OF 1960 The Howard W. Blake Class of 1960 will meet Tuesday, August 6, at 7 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, 2504 29th St. The meeting to discuss reunion olans and activities is urgent! Norma McCall Reese is class Reunion chairman. JACKSON HEIGHT NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH The Northeast Jackson Height Neighborhood Watch will have their semi-annual meeting on Thursday, Aug. 8 at 7:30 p.m., at Fair Oaks Park and Recreational Center located on corner of 34th Street and Wilder. All neighbors and residents south of Osborne, north of Chelsea, east of 38th Street and west of 40th Street are strongly urged to attend Also residents are asked to please complete the questionnaire so that an evaluation report may be given at the meeting. Gloria W. Davis, Coordinator. COMMUNITY ACTION BOARD The regular monthly meeting of the Community Action Board is scheduled for 2 p.m. August 7, in the Community Room, West Tampa Neighborhood Service Center, 2103 North Rome Avenue. The public is invited. For further information, please call 272-6770. INTERNATIONAL MASONS International Masons and Order ol Eastern Star will enjoy Family Day at Lowry Park, Saturday, Aug. 3, beginning at 10 a.m .. ALLEN TEMPLE MALE CHORUS L.N. Brown, president of Allen Temple Male Chorus, asks members to be present Sunday morning, Aug. 4, for the Presentation to the Church for the Building Fund. BENEFIT PROGRAM You Are Invited To THE HEALING TEMPU CHURCH 5111 34th Street BISHOP P. J. WELCH, Putor for PROGRAM & BABY CONTEST SATURDAYNIGHT, AUGUST3, 8:00P.M. MRS. GERALDINE JONES Mistress Of Ceremonies -TYISHA MICHELLE NAPPIER ROBERT STANLEY ... In Charge Of Devotions TROPHONDA BURNETT .. Four Mouths ... Seven Months OTHfR PARTICIPANTS: MRS. J. KETCHUP, HEAVENLY -TRUM-. PETS, HIGHLAND M.B. CHURCH MALE CHORUS, MT. OLIVE M.B. CHURCH MALE CHORUS, ELDER C. KETCHUP, And HIGHLAND NO. 3 CHOIR. Everyone Is Invited -. .. --.. MARRIAGE LICENSES Ronald Bernard Johnson, 18, Tampa, and Jocelyn Katrina Lee, 16, Plant City Willie Green, 58, Plant Ci: ty, and Mary Magdalene Green, 47, Lakeland. Derrick Luther Gainer, 18, Plant City, and Amanda Forbes, 19, Plant City. Julian Leander Canty, 28, Tampa, and JoAnn Norton, 23, Tampa. John Walter Holley, 23, 1 Tampa, and Barbara Juanita Jones, 22, Tampa. Craig Aubrey Shaw, 18, Tampa, and Vita Babette Smith, 17, Tampa. Arthur Lee Andrews, Jr., 47, tampa, and Betty Jean Moore, 40, Tampa. Robert Lee Battle, 38, Tam pa, and Mary Georgette' Laster, 25, Tampa. Saniuel Major HUnter, 43, Tampa, and Gretchen Shay Jones, 35, Tampa. Jean Robert Andre, 28, Tampam and Annie Mae Evans, 31, Tampa. Benjamin Moore, 19, Tam pa, and Barbara Bridgette Claborn, 24, Tampa. Michael Arn Myers, 31,. Tampa, and Brenda Lou Tinney, 28;. Tampa. Onipede Arthur Hollist, 28, Tampa, and Josephine Erica Wellesley-Cole, 25, Tampa. Patrick O'Neal Hughes, 23, Tampa, and Amelia Ossielee Forbes, 25, Tampa. Vonn Mario Howard, 27, Tampa, and Luetwanda Kaye Newkirk, 23, St. Petersburg. Darryl Jerome Kelly, 20, Tampa, and Wynette Denise 19, .w.nlty tite ; n_a...:;., ... c...ul..' l .DCUKJ 1 c.,;' / Unitil)9 the. work!-1 One tleart at a t1me for lrt/onnotiort CoU : f -253-o606\ ... -, MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719 Green Street SundayScliool, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 AM Bible Study, Tues., 7 P.M Everyone Is Welcome Bro. Larry B. Horde, Sr. ; Deacon Sis. Patricia Horde, Sec. TAMPA CHOIR UNION NO. J SUNDAY,AUG.4, l:45P.M. MAODONIA M.8, CHURCH 3410 E. Wilder Ave. REV. E. GORDON, Putor NO. I CHOIR Of Macedonia Is Host. DEACON H. MARTIN ... Presidellt SIS. BEULAH ROBINSON, Sec. SIS. E. WHITEHEAD, M.C. .. Pallor .. Sunday School, A M Morning Wonhip, I 1:00 A.M Y.P W.W., P M. Wonhip, 7:bo P.M Tua. 4 fri., 7:00 MEMBERS OF 'RIINDSHIP O&.CMIOUS CHURCH CW JISUS WUI Celebrate The 3J Annl-rury of tile Aaaistaat Pl!stor Au.uaf.SJJ, J9&S 1618 31st Aveaue Motller L. Levy, Spoasor A. C. Williams, Putor THE D)XONAIRES' BIG MUSICAL PROGRAM AUGUST 4, 1985 3:00P.M. OAK GROVE M. B. CHURCH On 27th Av enue Near 29th Street REV. PERKINS, Pastor_ Will .. : THE DIXONAIRES, HEAVENLY TRUMPEts._ GORDONAIRES, TRAVELING STARS, TRUMPETS OF JOY, SOUTHERN TONES, PILGRIM JUBILEES, ZION TEMPLE, SPIRITUAL WONDERS, SPRING HILL MALE CHOIR, HOUSE OF GOD, GOSPEL JUBILEES, SPIRITUAL HUMENLETS, SISTER RUBY OLIVER &: FAMILY, GOSPEL SWEET HARMONETTES, SOLO-JOHNNY BANKS, KANES FAMILY. SOLO-DIAN PERKINS CHATMAN FAMILY, ELIZABETH CARTER&: DAUGHTER, SIS. BRADLEY, EDISON STARLITES, ZION HILL, And THE WJLSON BROTHERS. Othr Groups Ar lnvltfKI BRO. HAYES LANCH Will Open DIAN JOHNSON, Mistress Of Ceremonies PROGRESS VILLAGE SEVENTHDA Y ADVENTIST CHURCH DEACONS And DEACONESS DAY SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 198.5 Theme: "PIU.ARS 'OR THI MASTfR" Music By DEADRA JOHNSON 9:15, SABBATH SCHOOL 11:00 A.M. Speaker: DR. 'RID PARKfR Of Atlanta, Ga., Director Of Youth And Education, South Atlantic Conference. Music: YOUTH CHOIR, Miami Northside Church (Services To Be Held At St. James A.M.E. Church, 5l0l86th Street) 6:30P.M., CONCfRT, MIAMI CHOIR At Mt. Calvary, 3111 E. Wilder RICKY MARTIN ANNIE R. MARTIN ... Chairman, Deacon Board ... Deaconess Chairman THEUS T YOUNG, Pastor HELP SEND A CHILD TO CAMP The Young Adults Of ST. MATTHEW M. B. CHURCH Will Sponsor A Fashion Show And Gospei-Rama (And Baby Contest) Fashion Show Sat., Aug. 2, 1985 7:30P.M. St. Matthew Child Development Center 3716 Lake Avenue Admission $3.00 Gospel-Rama And Baby Contest Mon., Aug. 5, 1985 7:30P.M. St. Matthew M.D. Church 2628 27th A venue > = Q. ::!. I = e .=r "C > < ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARDS OUR TRIP TO THE LOUISIANA STATE BAPTIST YOUTH ENCAMPMENT Z li

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................................................................................................... .............................. .. .... N' ;;J {;,!) ;;J < .,.; < Q ; "' c .::: 0 = > ...J {;,!) < Always U.S. Choice. _____ __, Now more than ever '-------..... WINN @')DIXIE We're right for you! WI OSCAR MAYER SMOKED Sliced Bacon ....... OSCA R MAYER SLICED -Lb. Pkg Cooked Ham ...... s }79 OSCAR MAYER BRAUNSCHWEIGER OiUlS OR Sandwich Spread 8P?; 99 OSCAR MAYER R EGULAR OR BEEF C S 1 8-0z $}29 otto a amt..... ... Pkg CLAUSSEN WHOLE SPLIT, OR N ON GARLIC Kosher Pickles ....... $}49 CLAUSSEN BREAD & BUTTER Pickles ..................... 2".i?rz $ P9 CLAUSSEN Sweet Chunks ..... $149 LOUIS RICH. GRADE A FRESH TURKEY DRUMSTICKS .......... LB. ..... LOUIS RICH GRADE A FRESH ................... LB. 79(: OSCAR MAYER SQUARE, ROUND OR BEEF .............. $209 OSCAR MAYER REGULAR OR BEEF .. .......... $}79 OSCAR MAYER REGULAR Sl d 8 1 12-0z. $}39 tee o ogna .. .. Pk g. OSCAR MAYER THIN SLICED Be f B 1 12-0z. $}49 e o ogna .. .... Pkg OSCAR MAYER REGULAR OR BEEF Sliced Bologna .. .. 8P?; st o9 LOUIS RICH OVEN ROASTED SLICED CHICKEN BREAST, OVEN ROASTED OR SMOKED k B t 6-0z. $} ur ey reas .. .. Pkg LOUIS RICH TURKEY V p k 12-0z. $}69 Cirtety a .. .. .. .. .. Pkg LOUIS RICH PURE Ground Turkey .. 99 LOUIS RICH FAMILY PAK, SLICED Turkey Bologna $}29 LOUIS RICH HICKORY OR OVEN ROASTED Breast of Turkey ... L b $J29 COPYRIGHT 1985, WINNDIXIE STORES, INC., TAMPA. This ad applies to the following Florida countin only. Desoto Hardee, Hillsborough H;ghlond a, lkmando, Manatoe Pasco Pinellas, Polk, Sarasota, Lee Collier Charlotte, and the city of Check your local paper for specials in your area. ALL VARIETIES GOURMET STYLE ......................... 29 _.______--------'-------= COUNTIES Ranch Dressing .. 99 LAWRY Garlic Salt ............ 3 -0z. Jar 99 Deli-Bakeay Prices Good Tluu Wednesday, August 7. / COPYRIGHT 1985, WJNNDIXIE, STORES, INC. TAMPA. This ad to the foDowing Florida counties o;dy: Desoto, L.aBeDe. Chec k your local for specials in your area. DEU-QUAUTY ............. LB.$279. FRESH BAKED GOLDEN ....... i68 99<: KRISPY KREME .................. ooz_$}69 DEU-QUAUTY FRUIT TOPPED .... ............... fACH$389 GET FROM lHEO\IENI NOON T11.6P .M. ........ 2 $} OO DELI-QUAUTY, SHRIMP-IN-A-ROLL OR .... 2 FOR$} WINN-DIXIE'S PARTY PLATTERS Choose from All-Meat, the Big Cheese, M eat & Che ese Comb o, or our new Drummette Platter. All feature bountiful port i ons, beautifully arranged & garnished Ask at o ur DeliBaker y counter for d e tails BAKERY-FRESH SEEDED OR ONION RYE, OR FROM OUR STEAM TABLEI DEU-QUAUTY ............... LB.$}69 FROM OUR STEAM TABLE! DEU-QUAUTY ............... LB.$229 DEU-QUAUTY OLD-FASHION ..................... DEU-QUAUTY OLD FASHION ..................... DEU-QUAUTV ..................... ALL FLAVORS, DEU-QUAUTY PIES .......... .. .. ________________________________________________________________________________________ _.

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AI Stores ()pea Mon. thna Sat. 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. ()pea Sunday 8 AM. to 9 P.M. PRICES EFFECTIVE AUG. 1 QUANlTTY RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIG.HT 1985 Wlfi!N-DlXIE STORES, INC TAMPA. This ad applies to the followiJI!I only: Hardee, Hillaborough Highlands Manatee, Pasco, Pinelliul, Polk, Saraot< Lee Collier, Charlotte, and the c tty of LaBelle Check your local in your area. AGRFATWAY TO SAVE! Coupons up to 50 value will be doubled Those valued from 50 t o '1 .00 will have a maximum redemption value ,of 1 .00. Coupons over 1 .00 will be redeemable only for face value Double coupon offer excludes retailer or free coupons. cigaret tes or tobacco coupons or refund certificates. Coupon value cannot exceed the value of the item. For every .00 you spend, we11 double three manufacturer's COUpon offers! EXAM PLE : '10 Purchase 3 Coupons, zo Purchase 6 Coupons, etc. DOUBLE MANUFACTURER'S COUPON VALUE CANNOT EXCEED '1.00 (See Chart) U.S. CHOICE WHOLE LEG 0' LAMB $}69 LB. U S CHOICE WD BRAND BONELESS U.S CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS Lb. $} i9 3-Lb $299 ............. Box UMIT 1 OF YOUR CHOICE PLEASE BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE! SNUGGLE .......... $245 ALL VARIETIES ... Salad 2 8 Tomatoes... Lb. 8 HARVEST FRESH CAUFORNIA THOMPSON White Seedless 99 HARvEsT FRESH WESTERN Sweet Cantaloupes ..... Each 89 U.S. CHOICE W-DBRAND SIRLOIN STEAKS $259 LB. PINKY PIG BRAND FRESH 3%-DOWN Pork Spareribs ....... Lb $}79 SHANK PORTION Smoked Ham Lb 89 U S CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS 8-0Z. .... .. 20(: ALL VARIETIES CHEK U.S. CHOICE WHOLE UNTRIMMED .. ................... LB.$}99 U .S. CHOICE WHOLE UNTRIMMED BONELESS ........................ LB.$399 U.S. CHOICE WHOLE UNTRIMMED BONELESS .... LB\$399 .. REGULAR 99 WD BRAND CHUNK Braunschweiger ....... Lb. 59 FROZEN SALTWATER Lb 99 THRIFTY MAID WHOLE OR CREAM STYLE OLDEN CORN DRINKS 6 '2-0Z.$1 ...... OR FRENCH. STYLE CANS .... ..... $399 UMIT 24 CANS OF YOUR CHOICE PLEASE ........... $}69 DEEP SOUTH SMOOTH OR CRUNCHY $}2 9 ROSATO,LAMBRUSCO,ORBlANCO ................ $699 GRADE A WHITE LARG E EGGS DOZ.59C SAVE 484! SUPERBRAND Margarine 3 1 -Lb $}OO Quarters..... Pkgo : CHOCOCHARM 99 ALL VARIETIES GREEN BEANS 316-0Z$1 CANS LIMIT 6 OF YOUR CHOICE PLEASE SAVE 584! UMIT 4 OF YOUR CHOICE, THRIFTY MAID SUCED OR WHOLE ..... $} 00 So\ VE UP TO LIMIT 4 LARGE OR MEDIUot Thrifty Maid Peas .............. 2 88 SAVE 334 LIMIT 4, THRIFTY MAID Chicken Noodle $}OO 10 %-0z. Soup ............. 4 Cano VE 10(: ALL VARIETIES EXCLUDING HAM &BEEF MORTON DINNERS SAVE 304 PLAIN OR ONION ........ .. $}49 S<\VE 200 COlES MINI ..... ........... 79 SUPERBRAND ASSORTED POPS OR $} 00 ................. 99 > C'l .!"' ... (A > = Q, ;:

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THOUSAND OAKS, Caiif Dallas Cowboys' President Tex Schramm said Thursday > night that Tony Dorsett has been granted a 48-hour exten ; sion on reporting to training camp, allowing him time to return to Dallas to meet with the Internal Revenue Service He also said Cowboys are willing to restructure the final three years of Dorsett's con tract, perhaps taking some of his salary and setting up an annuity-type account to ensure income for the star running TONY OORSE'IT back when his playing days are over. out of his football c&-eer in a Schramm did not specify if healthy situation. We want to the Cowboys would give facilitate that. We hope that in Dorsett more money. Ws three years he won't be in the possible the Cowboys will loan same boat J. would say he is him the money to pay his tax ori the right track now. Tony is bill. a fine young man, and he has a Dorsett owes the IRS lot of problems." $414,000 in back taxes for Dorsett previously cashed in 1979, 1980 and 1983. He has $1.5 million in deferred pay been in Los Angeles since Sunment and took that current day attempting to work out his value, $700,000, and lost most problems. Schramm said the of it in poor investments. 1 .:.:=: Cowboys "cannot pay Tony a Dorsett will make $450,000 ; e IUIIllo; until the IRS lien on his .this season, $500,000 in 1986 r:QI is removed. The IRS and $550,000 in 1987. The i secured both of Dorsett's Cowboys have lent Dorsett \ C in the Dallas area. about $500,000 in the last year 1 1 the discussion I had in an attempt to easehis finan-\ i the third party, we said cial problems. They lent him ':C would look for a structure $250,000 in his divorce settle. so after Tony plays another ment and currently are loaning ] t hree years, he would still not him $28,000 a month in living : :<. be in debt," Schramm said "dl' expenses. feel he was very sincere an Schramm said he will atgenuine in looking for the : tempt to get Dorsett to meet 48-hour extension. with some of his financial ad >:' 1 "It's in our interest and visers in Dallas to further help t't Tony's interest that he come him. ; : Holmes Says Gerry Cooney Didn't' :! Train, Work Enough .c = = : ..:. :1:1 = NEW YORK Larry the more I think about it, Holmes wasn't surprised. maybe it's true. He had the "He's been quitting all opportunity to make millions along, hasn't he?" was the of dollars because of the color heavyweight champion's reac-of his skin. Don't you think a tion to the announcement of fighter, or a writer, or the peo Gerry Cooney's retirement. ple who play the lottery would "He did quit; he's just been make a million dollars any hanging on. Poor Gerry." way they can? When Holmes was told that "Gerry could have made Cooney had bowed out that million in one hour, but because of his inability to get a he didn't want to work for it. rematch with Holmes, the IBF For blowing that, he's got to champion shot back, "He's be looney." right. He's never gonna fight Hohnes had one final me again, because nobody's thought: "He's doing the right gonna give me the money I thing. The way he was going, want.'' in and out of the gym, he was The Holmes-Conney fight gonna get hurt.'' was a bonanza for both Cooney was hurt now, says fighters and their names are .. Gil Clancy, CBS' boxing color still linked. "People always man. He called it Cooney's ask me," Holmes said, "What lack of confidence. about Gerry Cooney?" I say, "Originally, when his "Well, what about him? managers got him that shot Gerry's got to fight his proagainst Holmes, for that kind blems before he can fight me of money, I thought they again." should be! named manager of Holmes said Cooney "had a the year for the next 90 lot of talent. If he could stay in years," Clancy said. "But ( the &Ill ... but Gerry doesn't don't feel that way anymore. want to do that. He never They had a lot to do with his wanted to do anything but loss of confidence. Gerry < make money. He didn't want reads in the papers they won't z to sacrifice for it." let him fight this guy, or that tj The champion and the guy, and you begin to wonder challenger were never on 'Gee, maybe I can't beat. friendly terms. Holmes' chant,:. those guys.' 5 before they fought, was "It got to the point," Clan '"" "Cooney as looney." Now, he cy says, "where Gerry got says, "I just said that at the more careful than his {Jr HEAD & SHOULbERS SHAMPOO TAMPAX TAMPONS DIAL or ZEST BATH SOAP 7-0Z. 2 TYPO +;IJ:fij+ 1.00 ::. -1.00=: FREE!= ... If 11 a.cl If mu Linill -21 DO 87 FOR MHZ. .zms.5-IZ. 800V A S TYUNGWAvt ..... OGILVIE 3 99 PRECISELY IlCHT 1 HOME PERM 3 TYPES Off! IIISECT 2 49 IEPULEIIT 1 SPIIAY 6-0Z. Reg. 2.99 lAID AliT I 1 99 UACII IIWI 16-DZ. Worried About Colon cancer? This year approximately 114,000 Amer i cans will develop cancer of the colon or reclum and about 53,000 will die of lhis disease Only lung cancer kills more men and only breast cancer kills more women Ask your Eckerd pharinac lsl about a home test' kit which could help detect early symptoms of cancer of the colon See tile yetow pages tar tile Eckerd nuresf you. __ ,.......,,. __ < ,time because it rhymed. But managers. And it's a shame. ...................................... ii

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0 ENTliiE STlJCI( Of 2 5 1/ SPMTII$ ClOCKS /' 0 Reg. 9 .99 ID 19.99 OFF ,._ __ -----,:,,-,,:, .. t .. ..... .... I I_ 1_1 1_ 1 1 EMERSON 12 9 9 CLOCK RADIO #RED5511 Reg. 19. 99 50/o OFF YOUR NEXT ,. ,,,,, PHOTO PROCESSING ORDER 31-aa &-PACK FOR YELLOW or ASSORTED Dwight Loves Playing In New NEW YORK Every time he's scheduled to pitch, the roads around Shea Stadium and the subway s heading out to Flushing are jammed with rims just itching to fill the up per decks with K signs. They know about his fastball. They know about his curve. And they know that it is mainly on the shoulders of his 6-foot-3 frame that the Mets will be carried to the World Series in 1985 "'or dropped along the way. But what is Dwight (Dr. K) Gooden like off the field, in this his second season of unbelievable accomplishments? What goes through this amazing 20-year old's mind as he lives alone, hundreds of miles away from his native Tal1lfla, Fla in a city that has devoured others twice his age? "I love this city," he said. "It's really great. And the people are great. I don't know what all the talk's about that this is a tough town or the peo ple are rough. Everywhere I've gone and everyone I've met been great. "I live alone in an apart inel)t on Loj)g Island about 20 minutes frOill..:.. the ballpark. Basically, on off days, I enjoy going into the city and doing a lot of shopping. A lot of times, I just like to look around. "I really like going to con. certs and plays. Mainly soul concerts. I love all kinds of music, Kool and the Gang an(Nhe Gap Band. The Gap Band are really my favorites of all. They're really good. And I've seen 'Cats. That was a good show. I loved every minute of it I want to see a lot of other plays. "Usually, I go in with a group of friends to get out of the house. They're friends I've made from the neighborhood since I got to New York. Does he team. up with some of the other Mets for trips to town? "Not too often, just mainly a whole bunch of friends from To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial 248-2825 or l DWIGHT G(j)ODEN my community,'' sa-id Gooden. "Sometimes, me and (Darryl) Strawberry will go into town to catch something or go to a restaurant. But when 'I stay at home, 1 love to watch televi sion and videos. There's a place nearby, the cor ner actually, and I've gotten a lot -j)r movie and comedy cassettes. "T.he movies are mostly PG. But I've got a lot of Eddie Murphy tapes and his movies, too. I really like them a lot They're funny, and they help me relax." Gooden, known as Dr. K for the way he surgically disposes of batters by strikeouts, hates housework "My apartment isn't all that big, just two bedrooms," he said. "Yes, I do all of my own housework, the cleaning up f : = I = t: ;= '"CI t: c:::r' fll 1:1" and the washing, and I hate it. '\'!j Mostly, I m on the lazy side ? when it comes to that. I 1 especially hate washing dishes, but I do it. But a couple of my friends help me every once in a = while." e A Bachelor has to eat and Er going out every night in the Big Apple can put a heavy ::: dent in your budget, even if ; you're highest paid second;-f: year player in the history of baseball. With all the inc\!n ti ves in the contract he signed earlier this year, the Doctor could make close to $400 ; '000 in 1985. "Sure, I cook," he said pro udly. "What's my favorite dish? Spaghetti! I'm pre tty good at that:" Whatever his recipe; it's gotta be more palatable than his fastball is to opposing hit; SUffer low price f rom Rentacolor. 1 NO hidden extras NO s.curity deposit NO installat i on fee NO long tet"m commitment NO charges for ports or repoi u on o monthly rote of $21 .60 lentoco&or,l.ading branch o-voiloble in 13", and 2.5" TV KrMn. for fast deliv.,-y and instotlot lon colt FOR ONLY $499 A WEEK Rentacolo.NOw-CALL 11 >

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.. .. ..... ... .. .... .-.... N' t.!l < ;;.... llr1rr \VJ ,[1 .. ._ j-., IRAlNfl[)Y BY RANDOLPH KINSEY--.... --, -The Beastw. The Monster I When John Mugabi first burst upon the pro boxing scene, he knocked out his op ponent in the first round. But that was to be expected of amateur boxers just turning pro. In those bouts, anything can happen. But then John knocked out another and another and another. As John continued to knock them out, he soon picked up the nickname "The Beast". That name fit John, a quiet sort, very well. The competi! tion got tougher but still John continued to knock them out. ; : Mugabi could easily be called .2 Mother Goose, because his fists tell a bed -time story that has put 25 fighters out of 25 .CI fighters to sleep. -; I recently met "The Beast", I:IQ and was surprised at his size. I I c knew at 154 pounds, he couldn't be too big, but still, the way he was knocking out guys, I thought he would be a hulk of a man. !'i I asked Mugabi how he knocked out so many boxers with his size. only to be told that it was not in the size but in the hands. Ring Magazine, the accepted authority among publications on boxing, has a lot of respect for those hands. Ring has him rated as the number one contender in both the super welterweight and the middleweight divisions '.CI = Do. The Beast is scheduled to fight middleweight king Mar vin Hagler for the mid dleweight champioRship. Uh Oh, that can mean trouble. The Beast has proven that he can destroy anything that he can hit and Hagler has proven he can whip anybody who gets in the ring with him. This should be a good fight. Hagler's style is to seek out the enemy. That is the same style of Mugabi who lives in Temple Terrace and fights out of Tampa. This won't work for very long Both Hagler and Mugabi hit too hard to stand toe to toe. Has Mugabi bitten off 010re than I' he "-)ll" chew? Has Hagler, who hasn't lost since 1976, finally met his match? Is Mugabi out of his class with Hagler? Has age finally caught up with Hagler? All these and many more questions will be answered on November 14th at Ceasar's Palace. Wouldn't it be nice to have a black champion who lives here? DILUTION-KILLING BOXING Once again, boxing is on its death bed. The last time it was dying, a man named Sugar Ray Leonard revived it. Before Leonard, a man named Muhammad Ali came along and pumped the excitement back into boxing. Since Leonard sretirement, boxing has slowly been dying. The boxing world has placed its hope for revival this time on a bunch of young boxers from the Olympics, headed by Mark Breland. The sport has not been able to sustain con tinuous popularity The main reason for the rise and fall of boxing is the fact that the sport has become hjghly diluted. So diluted has boxing become until guys who have little or no skill at all are in the sport being fed to the There are so many boxing organizations, so many divi sions by weight class and so many champions until it is hard to keep up with who is who. Today, you got the crusierweights, the junior this, the junior that, the super this and the super that and a host of other bull that has taken away from boxing. One reason so many boxers are getting hurt serio"\)sly while others are getting killed is because boxing is set up now, to encourage guys who can't outbox Whistler's Mother to enter the sport. If boxing is to survive, the powers that be must clean up its act. Ashe Says Becker No Big Clay Threat HAMBURG, West Ger many Wimbledon cham pion Boris Becker might be tennis' hot name, but Davis Cup team captain Arthur Ashe said the USA will win this weekend's second round Davis Cup match against West Ger many. < Aaron Krickstein and Eliot Teltscher will play the singles matches for the United States on the clay courts of Ropher baum Club. "Becker has no great claycourt record," said Ashe. IJ ..He has yet to win a major claycourt title. "Krickstein is in anybody's top five on clay, period. He has a good chance to win two singles. Teltscher is in anybody's top 10 on clay and whoever he is playing, Eliot has a shot at winning on clay. "On paper we are still the favorites. A 5-0 victory shouldn't surprise us," said Ashe. But later he said, "You don't win matches on paper." Spot Advertising Works. 9o Classified Williams: The NFL Property : Of The Tampa Bay Buccaneers A few weeks ago, fans of former Buccaneer quarter back, Doug Williams, thought that there was some movement which would see Williams back in the NFL this 1985 season. Doug, being a property and National Foot ball League athlete, is a valuable commodity and if you do not believe it, check out Buccaneer owner, Hugh Culverhouse. Mr. Culverhouse did not become a rich man acting like a fool. He knew that if Doug Williams would ever cpme back into the NFL, he would be the prime holder if there was to be an ac tion. In fact, his stake in Williams increased in value when Doug defected to the US FL. Culverhouse is holding the trump card, and he will play it. at the right time an d at the proper place. Who knows, Williams could end up back in Tampa Stadium if all else and others fall to make the Bucs a winner again. For sure, he more than any other single personality, has the political aura to consistently fill Tampa Stadium again. Of all of the things local writers may say about Doug Williams, they can not destroy the hard facts of life and politics he imbued: He is a proven winner both on the playing field and in the box office No one is m re aware of that than Mr. Cuhe It would take a miracle for the USFL to stay afloat. In fact, when and if that league goes head to head with the NFL in 1986, there will be dead franchises selling for a nickle a piece. If they are 'lucky, perhaps a few teams may well end up in the NFL for the league may well expand to include four or six new franchises. The ow.nership of the Arizona OuUaws are not Boys, Girls Club Night In Song The .Boys & Gids Clubs of Greater Tampa Choir presents "A Night in Song" Thursday, August 8, 1985, 7:30 p m. at the Lowry Park Bandshell. This concert is free to the public. For more information, please call 932-3283. By RUDOLPH HARRIS (Sports Analysis) DOUG WILLIAMS foolish businessmen. They are not about to release Doug Williams for peanuts, and they, too, believe in the objec tives of their USFL. As you can see, Doug has no control over his future. He is simply a piece of property, having no more freedom over his. body than a slave at a Virginia auc tion in 1685, Like many fans here locally and across the NFL, it would be great to see such an athlete as Williams gracing the turfs of NFL cities once again. Such a dream is within hope, far from a miracle. Doug is still relatively young and strong, far from his peak. His knees are no longer questionable for no one has mentioned braces or props as in the case of Joe Namath in his fading years The Bucs with Steve Young virtually in camp have five quarterbacks well rostered. While wishing them well under new head coach Leeman Ben nett, the hunch or guess here is that things will not get right again around One Buccaneer Place until the man from Grambling College returns. As he was the alpha of the Bucs misfortunes, he will be the Om4fga of their return to more prosperous times. Who would have thought that his leaving in 1983 would have such a long, enduring and dismal im pact. And no matter how local sports politicians try to discard it or ignore it, the saga surrounding Doug Williams' departure will not go away. Larry Holmes' Brother Makes TV Debut Against John Collins Undefeated Mark Holmes, the talented brother of IBF heavyweight champ Larry Holmes, will make his na tional television debut when he faces hard-hitting John Col lins in a scheduled 12-round bout for the vacant USBA middleweight title on NBC's "Sports World" Sunday, Aug. 3 (4-5:30 p.m. NYT) (one hour tape delay), from Scran ton, PA. NBC Sports' boxing commentary team of Marv Albert and Dr. Ferdie Pacheco will report from ringside. Watch Sportsworld on WXFL-8. Mark Holmes, 26, nine years younger than his brother, will be making a bid for his first championship belt in Scranton's Catholic Youth Center, the same arena in which Larry Holmes began his professional career as well as his string of 48 straight vic tories by winning a four-round decision over Rodell Dupree March 21, 1973. The younger Holmes, who is unbeaten in 32 consecutive fights, has posted 15 KO wins while earning the WBC's #11 world ranking among middleweights. Despite his impressive record, Mark Holmes has not faced the same level of com petition as has Collins, who is ranked #8 by the WBC among 160-pounders and looms as Holmes's toughest opponent to date. Collins, 32-1-1, has record ed 28 knockouts, his most re cent being a second-round KO of Clint Longmaier March 22 in Hammond, IN. In March 1983, the Chicago native made a spectacular national TV debut when he pounded crosstown rival Lennie LaPaglia to win a unanimous decision in an exciting bout that The Ring magazine tabb ed "Fight of the Month. His lone professional setback was at the hands of ranked con tender Tony Sibson in Oc tober, 1983. In his last nationally teievis ed fight, in June, 1984, Collins scored a third-round knockdown of highly touted Alex Ramos which was enough to boost him to a draw in a tO-rounder in Chicago's Alumni ; BEFOR E YOU VALUE YOUR INJURY .. .. CONTACT FRED BUCKINE Attorney At Law Pers .onallniury & wrongful Death FREE Coi)S'!Itation By Appointment Evenin -gs And Weekends 711 N. FLORIDA AVE. SUITE 225 TAMPA, FL33602 (813) 223-2044

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Joe Walcott Knew His Best Shot At -0 Marciano Wasn't Good Enough I Tampa Athletes Of Yesteryear The fight was only one minute old when champion Jersey Joe Walcott crashed a left hook to the head and Rocky Marciano went down. But Walcott knew the challenger would get up. and in two against Charles ; Marciano went on to defend the title six times before retiring in 1956 with a 49-0 record, a mark Larry Holmes will try to tie when he the International Box ing BY C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, III (A Weekly Series) > C) Andrew James, Sr.: Make Good Decisions And Act On Them 00 o-l "It was a good punch, but it was too high," the 71-year-old Walcott reminisced recently. A couple of inches lower, and it would have been over." Marciano did get up that night of ,.Sept. 23, 1952, at Philadelphia, and 12 rounds later he knocked out the 38year old Walcott, who was making his second defense of the world heavyweight cham pionship he won on a seventhround knockout of Ezzard Charles after having failed in two title bids against Joe Louis Federation heavyweight : title against Michael Spinkt the undisputed light heavyweight champion, Sept. 20 at Atlantic City, N.J. Asked to compare the late Marciano and Holrites, Walcott would only say, "They're different s t yle fighters. Marciano (who ; was 5-foot-lOlf.! and whose fighting weight was in : the 180s) was a rough, tough, strong guy. Holmes (6-3, who fights in the 220s) is a com bination type of fighter. We often wonder where can an athlete_ develop selfimprovement better than from his father? In mo s t case s the father's skills and know-how usually are the reason for an athletes greatness. The old saying, "Like father, like son" is an good analysis when it comes down to knowing where a particular skill comes from. A good example is Andrew James, Sr. and his sons. When you look back in James' life history, you find that his skilis were so good, it seems as though his ..... on their lives I wanted to teach my son s0the importance (A of making good decision s followed through by act i on s. Without action, a good de c i sion becomes meaningle s s, for the desire itself can die lack of an attempt to achieve its fulfillment. That's why I told my sons and others to act immediately on a good decision, stated James. James started getting a desire to spread his knowledge Dickerson Balks, Wants Deal Like Riggins, Payton skills rubbed off on his sons the court would be to pass the during the 'later years. ball to him. If you were the of life to other youngsters who grew up witho u t a father. He soon started cq_aching for the Belmont Height Little League. What emerged from James' helping others, was him becoming one of Belmont Heights winningest coaches. From the Minor munity is in desperate need for = role models 'Old-timer' Payton As Eager As A Rookie ::::!. I = PLATTEVILLE, Wis tion He mugged for the = And now a word from the camera s squeezed hand s extra ;. Bears' elder s tatesman hard and almost lifted a wallet "Hey, I'm not the olde s t from an unsuspecting = guy on the team said runnreporter. cs ing back Walter Payton. Payton also was his u s ual That's true. There are elusive self in dealing with the several Bears older than horde of press that surrounded Payton, who 0turned 31 last him week. Kicker Bob Thomas, "Walter, do you have any entering his lOth season, is the goals for the season?" oldest player on the team at "Yes." 32. He'll be 33 next week. "Would you mind sharing But since defensive tackle them?" Jim Osborne retired last year, "No." Payton and defensive end "Why not?" Mike Hartenstine now share "I don't know. Maybe I'll longevity honors on the Bears. put a book together, and put Yes, it has been 11 years all of you guys in it." since the private Mr. Payton But Payton was serious long left Jackson State and joined enough to say he is ready for the public life of the National, season No. 11. Football League. Payton got a "The legs feel great," said head start by finishing high Payton, who had athroscopic school and college early. surgery on both knees before "I feel like a teenager," the 1984 season. "Some guys Payton said Monday. can be on the job for two or Indeed, Payton hardly look-three years and know ., ed like a grizzled veteran when everything there is to know. If he and the rest of the Bears enyou play football for a while, .;i countered media day here. As you pick up a lot of things. rJ> usual, the playful running After six years, you're an old back was the focus of atten..-veteran." -------------------Phone Your News 248-1921 ..

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,' .. ........ .. ................ .... .. .. .... .... .................. ... Joseph, Ms. Julie Hart; IN MEMORIAM AIKENS ALBERTHA LADSON Funeral services for Mrs. Albertha Ladson, of 2912-21st Ave., who passed away, Sun day, July 28, will be held Saturday, August 3, at 1 P.M., at New Hope M.B. Church, with Rev. John Willis, officiating. Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Ladson was a native of Georgia and a resi dent of Tampa for many years. She was a faithful member of New Hope M.B. Church. She leaves to mourn her death: 1 son-in-law, Mr. Wendford Isaacs; 2 grand daughters, Sylvia Moore of Tampa and Voncile Walker of Trenton, NJ; 2 grandsons, James -L.-Walker and wife, Mary of Albany, GA, and Joseph E. Walker and wife, Alfreda of Fernandina Beach; 11 great granchildren; 4 great great grandchildren; 1 sister, Mrs. Vinnie Lee Anderson of' Gainesville; 3 brothers, Mr. H.M. Mattox and wife, Sue of St. Marys, GA, Mr. M.L. Mattox of Jesup, GA, and Mr. H.L. Mattox of Nashville, TN; and a host of other sor rowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. The funeral cortege will ar range from 2912-21st Ave. ''AIKENS FUNERAL HOME". BRYANT& WIL'LIAMS MRS. ORADEE KELLY OAK HILL wiLLIE M.BUNION mother, Mrs. Bernice Mc Cuiler and husband, Willie; 2 sisters, Mrs. Willie M. Wind ham and husband, George and Mrs. Bettye A. Bing and" husband, Charles; 15 grand children; 4 nieces, 5 nephews; aunt, Mrs. Queenie M. Reed and husband, Isadore; four unl;les, Mr. Arthur Jackson, Mr. Dave Smalley and wife,. Emma, Mr. Luther Tucker and wife, Mattie, Mr. Julius Jackson, Jr.; 3 great aunts, Mrs. Mattie Larry, Mrs Jen nie and husband Calvin, Mrs. Jessie M. Artest and other relatives. She was a native of Thontosassa, FL. A member of Baldwin Temple Church of the Living God, Thonotosassa FL. The remains will repose at the Wilson ; s Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Friday. The family wilP, friends from 7-9 P.M. The cortege will form at 3506 Danny Bryan Blvd. "A" 'WILSON'S SERVICE". Funeral services for Mrs. Willie Mae Bunion of 2505 E. Caracas will be held Aug. 4 in Moultrie, GA. Services will be held at Sinners Friends Baptist Church, Rev. Silas Brinson, officiating. Interment will be held In Sinners Friend Cemetery, Hartsfield, GA. Survivors are: husband, Tim mie Lee Bunion; 2 daughters, Josephine Bunion, Betty Millelge Mae Eva Gay; son, Donnell Bunion; 3 sisters, Minnie Mae Treadwell, Willie Be Godfey, Leola High tide; brother, Clifford Hightide; LEONARD WRIGHT grandchildren, Joann Gay, Funeral services for Mr. Jef. Danny Wimbush, Angelo fery Leonard 1223 Gay, Sammuel Gay, Jerry Lee Joed Ct., who his "Bunion, Tommy Gay, Marresidence will be held Saturday quis Gay, Willie Wimbush, at 2 P.M. from the Wilson's Terry Lee Bunion, Centhony Funeral Chapel with a local Millelge; a host of cousins, minister, officiating. Inter nieces and nephews. The famiment in the Memorial Park ly will receive friends at the Cemetery. Survivors are: his chapel on Friday from 7 to 8 father, Mr. Dennard Wright,, p.m; OAK HILLS FUNERAL Sr.; 3 sisters, Ms. Mattie HOME. Wright Bryant and Miss WILSON Lorelei S. Wright, both of Tallahassee, and Ms. Zena L. McBride, Tampa; 5 brothers, Mr. Carl B. Wright and Mr. Kennedy G. Wright, Tampa, Mr. Gerald G., Dennard Jr. and Bill H. Wright, all of Tallahassee; aunt, Mrs. Rose E. Davis, Tallahassee, FL; brother-in-law, Mr. Ephrain Bryanl-, -Tallahassee; 2 nieces; 2 nephews, and other relatives. His many devoted friends in clude: Christine Laster and Deborah Small. The remains will repose at the Wilson's Funeral after 5 P.M. Friday. Mr. Wright was a Mrs. Oradee Kelly, 1311 Arch Street, passed away in l New York City. Funeral ser; ALICE HART PERRY vices will be held at the Tyer : Funeral services for Mrs. Temple United Methodist Alice Hart Perry, 176 Lewis Church, Saturday, August 3 Rd., Thonotosassa, who pass at 1 P.M. with the Rev. Oliver ed in a local hospital will be Gordon offidating. Entomb: held Saturday at 1 p.M. from ment at Memorial Park the First Born Church of The Cemetery. Survivors are: a Living God (29th St. and 32nd son, Mr. Ronald Kelly Jr., of Av' e.) with the Elder C.W. New York; one sister, Ms. Baldwin, pastor cf Baldwin Josephine Goodson of TamTemple Church of the Living pa; and a host of cousins and God ; officiating Interment in friends. The remains will the Shady Grove Cemetery. repose at the Ray Williams Survivors are: 3 sons Mr. Memorial Chapel Friday after Albert C Brown, Jr. and wife, 5 P.M. Funeral cortege will ar-..,.. Gussie, Mr Willie J Hart and range at 1311 Arch Street. Arwife, Barbara and Mr Le rangements entrusted to moyne Har_ t, Jr. and wife, BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Katie; 2 daughters Mrs. native of Tampa and had at tended the public schools of both this .county and Leon County. "A WILSON'S SERVICE". Funeral Home). Sylvia Manuel and husband S HADY GROVE. FUNERAL HOME 230.$ N. Nebraska 221-3639. : and CEMETERY 4615 E Hanna 626-2332 C()mplete Burial For $705 L Aiiil i100 ror servic es o n !Ia)" a nd a !l!l ror all afler 3 p.m CHARLES RELIFORD .... Qwoer IRVIN HARRIS SR. In memory of our dearly beloved father and grand fatber, who departed this life August 4 1984, one year ago your smiling face we still remember. "It seems only as yesterday since you went away. You are not forgotten loved one, nor will you ever be, as long as there is life and memory last we will always remember thee. Sadly missed: daughters Louvenia Florence, Flora Har: ris, Eldora Wiliams; sons, Lerome Harris, Ervin Harris, Jr. Noah Harris, and other relatives and friends. IN MEMORIAM In memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Lamar Zeigler who slept peacefully away one year ago today, August 2, 1984. And in time there'll be reunion far sweeter than words can say, with those who have gone on and await us in this land of endless day. Sadly missed by_ your sons, John, Jessie, Eddie Nathaniel, Joseph; daughter' Maggie Ruth, and f amily. FUNIRALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ray Williams Funeral Home J4 J 7 N. Albany Ave. 253-34J9 "When Is Ne_eded In loving memories of my son, father and brother, Master Eugene McKinney, who departed this life August 3, 1966. There will always be a special place in our hearts for you. Gone, but never to be forgotten. Your beautiful will linger in our hearts fore t er. missed by your father, Leroy McKinney; daughter, Pa'trice McKinney Brown son, Michael McKinney; brothers; Theodis McKinney, Walter Judge, and William Judge, Jr.; sisters, Evelyn Judge Stanley, Lillie Judge Beverly McKinney Grayson, Constance McKinney and Carolyn McKinney. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my beloved husband, father and son, Mr. George McCray Jr., who passed away on August 5, 1984. The Lord needed a beautiful for his garden, so he choose you. Our love for you will remain in our hearts forever. Sadly missed by your wife, Mrs. Ruthie M. McCray; children, Reginald, Ronald, Sharon and Georgina Mc Cray; mother, Ms. Mattie Bailey McCray; grandchildren and other members of the family. (Continued On Page 19-A) I 248-1921

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.......................... ............... ............... .. .. .. .. .. .. IN MEMORIAM William Raspberry RENITA D. EALY MARILYN BELL McCRAY GEORGE McCRAY, III Grief is the worst disease that anyone can ever bear. In loving memoryof my daughter, Marilyn McCray and my grandchildren, George McCray, III and Renita Ealy who passed August 5, 1984. We love you all so very much. A saying that meant so much to Marilyn states, "I shall pass through this world but once, any good therefore, that I can do or any kindness that I can show to an)' human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again." Your loving mother and grandmother, Ernestine Bell and family. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our husband and father, Rev. R D. Dawson, who departed this life August 2, 1954, .31 years ago today. Gone, but not forgotten. The love we have for you in our hearts is a vivid memory. Everyone will always love you. Sadly missed: Pennie Dawson, wife; Elnora Johnson and family OAK HILL'S FUNERAL HOME 501622nd 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. Hill Owners IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mr. Morris Green, who passed away August 1, 1966. We never will. forget the day that you so quietly slipped away We all love you, but God loved you best. He took you home with him to rest. Your wife, Mrs. Alma Green; daughters, Mrs. Classica Hepburn, Mrs. Inez Wiggins, Mrs Imogene Richardson; sons, Lee Ellis Green and Morris Green, Jr. SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Discou aged, Influenced Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Anytime. Daily Blessings. 1 13 677-2971 IN MEMORIAM In memory of Louis Bolden. The sky is not quite as blue the lights a little dimmer, the days drag by in endless time, witlrout your laughter in them. A beautiful memory more precious gold of one whose worth can never be told. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept of one we lov ed and will never forget. Sadly missed by your fami ly. IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of Willie Hayes who died 10 years ago July 28. We cherish the memories he left. Deeply missed by wife, An nie Hayes; children, grand children and other family members. Aikens funeral Home Corner 28th & BuHalo 232-8725 Senior Citizens Christian Aide Plan Complete Burial -Low Cost INCLUDES: CEMETERY LOT (your Choice) OPENING & CLOSINGVAULTeMETAL CASKET (Your Choice) NEWSPAPER NOTICEFUNERAL PROGRAM MINISTER'S FEEMUSICIANLIMOUSINE HEARSECASKET SPRAYl D. C. CHAPEL SERVICE Weekdays Or Weekend Services ), Thomas Aikens Licensed Funeral Director I Embalmer (Continued From Page 4-A) percent; fewer black women blems, though doubtle ss graduating from college than spawned by raci s m, have now give birth while in high s chool "taken on a life o f their own" -a s example s of trends that and cannot be s ol v ed by mere cannot be re v ersed by civil l y ending raci s m And to the rights methods degree that the solution dieAnderson, on the othe r tates changed behavior and hand, look s at the same prochanged attitude s, blacks and blems a s proof that the black leadership mu s t assum e government need s to do more the burden becau s e govern not less. "The governmen t ment canno t. our go v ernment -is charged But if the one fear s too from its inception with promuch talk about s elf-help will moting the general welfare, excuse the abdication of the health and happiness of all government, the other is con people .... Does he discount cerned that too much looking the idea of self-help individual to go-.;ernment for what it can initiative? Not at all, to not do threatens to exhaust point out that "self-help and such "scarce resources" as the individual initiative are also "time and attention of those expressed and fulfilled when engaged in advocacy, (and) black people act as the conthe goodwill find tolerance of science of America to keep the those expected to respond." nation from turning its back My impression was that the on the promise of opportuniUrban League audience ty." (which I had thought would be Does Loury see no role for hostile to the Loury point of government? Of course not view) shared both men's except to say that some promisgivings and were glad for the chance to hear their views CARD OF THANKS unfiltered by the press Death For Both Ends 40-Year Feud CLEWISTON -A 40-year old fued ended when two farmers began firing away at each other at point-blank range from their pickup trucks, killing each other in a blazing shootout. Officials say racism may have been at the root of the feud. Fifteen rounds were fired in > 00 ..., N 00 fD = = fD = = -; "'CC = c::r Cll =fD c. The family of the late Mrs. Martha Massey wishes to ex press sincere thanks to our many friends and love ones for their many cards, food, flowers, prayers and expres sions of sympathy. Also, special thanks to St. John Pro gressive Church, Rev. Hilton, Rev. Clyde Lewis, Rev. Jerome Alexander, Fire Dept., Police Dept., of TamP.a and Wilson Funeral staff. God bless you all. the fatal gunfi ght between Lake Harbor rancher Hayward Bryant, 49, and Clewiston farm employee c. James MacDonald Booth, 47, said Hendry County Sheriff's :::!. Lt. Hugh Smith. \ Mrs. Mary Johnson and family and other family members. CARD OF THANKS The family of Mrs. Eva Butler acknowledges with \grateful appreciation all acts of kindness rendered them during the illness and subse quent demise of their loved one. The many visits, telephone calls, prayers, cards, florals and other sympathetic gestures are deeply ap preciated. May God bless and keep each of you. The family. PUGHSI.EY FUNERAl. HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES: 247-3151 or 247-3152 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave. & lath St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service The two men have a history of filing against each other in the county area surrounding rural town near Lak Okeechobee, the center Florida's sugar-produc country. "Each accused the other cattle-stealing, barn-burning, and poisoning cows," Smith said. "There was never a witness to give us a sworn statement, so we could never prosecute Town residents say the started as boyhood friends years ago when Bryant's father worked as a field hand for Booth's family, then turn ed enemies. Racism may have separated the two, said Clewiston City Commissioner Dan McCar thy. "It goes back a long time," McCarthy said. Bryant was black and Booth was white, he said. McCarthy said shots had been fired into Bryant's home on several occasions. = e =-e = Cll

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.... .... .................................. ............ ....................... ........... .. CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT I HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED fiiELP WANTED FOR SALE PART-TIME POSITIONS cook needed for AVON Parttime Janitorial,. Beautifully R;.modeled (HCC) Boarding Home. NonWantsyoutosellwhereyou $5.00/hour. Immediate open3 bedroom / 1 bath, cement Hillsborough Community drinkers only. 247-6756. work or in your ings for males. 253-2539 or block, new roof. VA $0 down, College invites applicants for 1------------1 neighborhood. Call Now! Pat, FHA $1500 down, Q the following part-time posiSEEKING EMPLOYMENT? 238-8128. 1-_,,;__..._ ______ --1 $380/month, $37,400. ; tions ... to start with the Fall Sign Up With Us Today! Cook plus Housekeeper, 876-0780. Term (8/26/85): We're looking for exCRUI E HIP JOBS S S 1 $3.60 per hour. Must have INSTRUCTORS perjenced reliable people for Great income potential. All first aid or willing to study 1 All academic areas. temporart' and permanent occupations. For information Can : 225-1317 9:30 a.m. -5 ($325.00 per semester hour). assignments call: (312) 742-8620, ext. 339 WEST TAMPA TEACHING ASSISTANTS $ecretaries $5.50/hr. Needed to staff Reading & Typist $4.50/hr. Writing Labs. Requires B.A. Clerks $4.00/hr. i Experienced seamtress big money selling naLADIES!! degree in assigned field and Data Entry $4.50 I hr. ability to guide & coordinate Word Processors $6.00 I hr. other tutorial personnel & ac2811 W. Kennedy Blvd., N. wanted at Massey's Cleaners, tionally advertised perfume to 3209 E. Hillsborough. your neighbors. Full or part, J-------------f time. Call for details; Mr. I__ ;.... ________ .. Newly remodeled 3 / 1 in nice neighborhood. Owner financed. Only $1,500 down, $350 month. Pay off in 10 years. For more infor mation call 248-6256 eves. tivities. ($4.50 per hr.). 104A TUTORS Dunmore UnLtd. Needed to staff Reading and Personnel Writing Labs. Requires B73-7726 ; MONEY TALKS! Brewer, 254-2167. Full time licensed hair dresser needed at Becky's 1----FOR-SA-LE----t Salon, 5004 E Sligh Ave. t--' ------------4 985-6337 satisfactory completion of at Is It True You Can Buy 4606 -37th St. least 50 credit hours of instrucUTILITIES MAINTENANCE Jeeps for $44 through the U.S. 3 : bedroom frame/1 bath. tion, including Freshman 111 Government? Get the facts toNo qualifying. 258-5151. English 1 and 11. Duties in11,794 year. HS plus 2 yrs. day! Call1-312-742-1142, Ext. 1--'----------t elude maintenance of student in construction, 9924 : G!REAT NEIGHBORHOOD records and ability to tutor olt' mamtenance, or gen. repair, ..... -----1 3 : bedrooms/! bath cement a one-to-one basic, giving one year in water and/or AVON bloek home, remodeled, like guidance on specific problems wastewater systems. Some Looking for an opportunity new. VA $0 down, FHA or course principles. ($3.45 per substitution allowed. to make money? Join the $1,500, SO closing cost; CARVIR CITY AREA 3 BR/2 bath, family room, central heat and air, intercom system, w / w carpet, concrete block, nice neighborhood. All terms available. I MUST SELL FAST! DAVID BOWERS, Agent Biiil hr.). MOER READER 11 number one Beauty Company $3SO/month, $37,400. Please apply on or before $11,294 year. HS plus 1 year and earn 50Jo of all your sales. 1302 N. Nebraska Ave. For application form, please equivalent. r WANTED! \320424th Avenue i CONTACT CAL HOPKINS call Personnel Office Apply for either by 3:00 Mature, 'xperienced $2(00 DOWN/FHA TERMS FOR THESE GREAT ( 879 7222 t 230) d m F d A t 9 rial h 3 l bedroom block home(less -, ex or sen p. ., n ay, ugus Janito persopnel for t e VALUES AT letter and resume (with any Hillsborough County Greater Tampa/St. Pete areas. thail rent). Move in today if 877_6771 or 248-6197 ,: available supporting papers) Civil Service Positions open from maids/you qualify! 2 bedrooms/, bath, range ry. to: 925 Twiggs T Fl t t Ex ISL&ND HARBOUR REALTY ampa, Jam ors 0 supervasaon. -r and refrigerator included, ceil1 Director of Personnel 33602 cellent pay and benefits. Full i AL LAnER ing fans in living room. HILLSBOROUGH : Equal Opportunity Employer and part-time openings. Apply 251-3478 532 000 COMMUNITY COLLEGE .... ------------1 approx. $1,600 to Monday-Friday between 3 pm 1 LOW AS $200 move in. Possible assumption. Box 22127 WF.LA & 6 pm at: 11 DOW N DUPLE I S ;. Tampa, Fl. 33630 RADIO BOARD OPERATOR ROYAL S.RVICES X N ULPHUR SPR->. EOE-M/F Part-time & full time posi2907 N Flori...., Ave u : you are over-crowed or INGS tions available. Responsible (Tamp beili_g displaced, you may One unit has 1 a1f to bu a .. Perma bedroom/1 bath, other unat -a SYSTEMS 1-----2 7 3_-_90_ 4 2 ____ ., ::n/ t!come requk;d. has 3 bedrooms and 1 batli. w COORDINATOR scheduled during work shifts. Aft\BITIOUS? GL & Assoc. Broker Good ;! University Technical Knowledge of broadcast con-Have You co,.sldered A i 626-6689 SEMINOLE HEIGHTS ..=' Services-... sole operation, tape recording Car-r In Re:al Estate? DON'T RENT FOREVER 2 bedrooms/1 bath, family l. Responsible for implemen-and program mixang No experiente necessary. Nice 311, quiet room.largehouseandlotnear a tation, maintenance, and necessary. Radio broadcast We will train you. Openings neighborhood, clean, only park. House needs work done. i working knowledge of various production experience helpful. available now to complete our 528 ; 000 with 53, 000 down. Buyer pays closing cost and software packages that are usNo Phone Call Please! Send staff. 8016 N. Alaska. For niore info owner will finance at $44,900. "; ed in administration and BAY AREA MANAGERS BUILDING LOT d I. h resume and tape to: INC. call Herman, 248-6112 (days) Near the nver an the heart of aca emac app acation. T e Operations Manager or 248-6256 (eves). ] position has responsibilities WFLA RADIO 2107 E. Osborne Ave. TOM P. MARTINO, Inc. town, corner lot, high & dry. -; for application software in801 I. Jackson St. Tampa, Fla. 33610 REALTOR $49,900. Make offer. stallation under CICS, MVS Tampa, Florida 33602 Real Estate license required. 2018 E. 7 th Avenue PALM RIVER and VM as well as data securiWFLA is an Equal Oppor. 237-1866. 4 bedrooms, 1Y2 baths, ty and integrity. Serve as tunity Employer. TUTOR(Parttlme) GREAT FORECLOSURES family room, nice fenced yard technical consultant to infor._ _.. _.._. ______ ;,j Tutor student 16 years old CITY LIMITS on corner lot, $52,900. Possimation systems development Head Start Program plus, in English, Math,: Super location, good terms. ble assumption. analyst and academic users. HEALTH/HANDICAP Science and History. Work Cement block, 3 bedrooms/2 DUPLEX IN HYDE PARK Coordinates activities of the COORDINATOR 26-28 hours a week, Monday baths, private fence, close to $55,000. Oneunit has 1 technical services team conSalary: $20,529 -4 year thru Saturday, at $4. 2S/hour. schools and transportation. bedrom/1 bath, other unit has sisting of a Computer Systems degree in Healthcare, Record Previous tutoring experience Asking $38 500, $1,925 down. 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In Analyst Supervisor and Com-Administration or related required. College coursework WEST TAMPA good condition puter Systems Analyst. field, plus 1 year Medical and strong math skills preferWest of Dale Mabry, super SIX ACRES IN Bachelor's degree in relevant Records management. looking home, 3 bedrooms/ I THONOTOSASSA field and a minimum of 3 EDUC ATION COORred. URBAN bath, asking $36,000 $1,800 On SR 579, convenient to years relevant experience DINA TOR LEAGUE down. Seller pays closing cost. 1-4, high and dry, zoned R-2 beyond the bachelor's level reSalary: $20,525 -4 year 1405 Tampa P ark Progressive Real Estate and AA. $72,000 will divide quired. Preference will be degree with major in Early Plaza Realtor acr e age. Owner financing. g iv en to applicants who Childhood or acceptabl e 229_8117 932-5580 BOARDING HOME p os sess : 5 years professional related field plus 2 years Six teen rooms pres ently experience, 2 of which at a teaching Early Childhood. OUTREACH COUNSELOR FHA HOMES rented for $100/month with s uperv i sory lev el; background HEAD HOME VISITOR F I T position a v !lilable in Low down ;.ay'ment Small po t ential for higher rent. Live in MVS A N D CICS Systems; Salary: $15,588 -4 year Brandon office. Duties include monthly payment. Quick oci n own ers/managers quarters Knowledge of SAS and infordegree w it h major in Earl y pro v iding indi v idual, group cupancy. Call for free infor-cle an as a pen. $110,000 Good ma t ic s products, including Childhood or acceptable and family counselin g to inmation. inve s tment. MARK IV, ANSWER/DB, related field also requires 2 dividuals with chr(_)nic, severe, VETERANS Put Number 1 and MARK v. Salary range: years teaching in Early mental impairment. Requires VA 0 money down, no closto work for you: $21f110 $38,000 open (starChildhood or home based setAssociate Degree in a Human ing cost. Fast occupancy. Free ting salary negotiable up to ting. Services field such as social information. < $29,560 based on experience). Apply by August 9, 1985 at: work, psychology, etc. Prior OWN A HOME FOR LESS ..., Send resume by August 8, Hillsborough County experience desirable. ComTHAN, RENT 1985 to: Office of Employee petitive salary and excellent 2,3 and 4 bedrooms, low Director University Reltlons benefits. down payment. Free informaComputing Services 412 E. Madison St. Apply Hillsborough Com-tion. A Bay Area Rea[ty, Inc. 4508 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa SVC 409-USF Room 1003 munity Mental Health Center, WALT BREWER Tampa, Fl. 336.20 Tampa, Fla. 33602 5707 N. 22nd St., Tampa, REALTY ... i ... .,. ...... '-' .... t.lvjeijEi0iE .... ......... A.A.A .. /.E0jiE ......... -.3 361j1i0EOE ........................ 9.3 ............... .. .. .. ..

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FOR RENT Room for rent 1920 E. Em ma. Move in today! 237-8351. ROLLI.NG HILLS APARTMENTS Brm. Apartments T.own Homes Cable Available Families Welcome Ask About Our Special 621-7083 Sligh & 50th St. ------------REWARD $5-$500 For Your Junk Car Fast Free Pickup $5.00 Per Week Free Service 238-6461 '71 Pontiac Grand Prix Full Power, air, stereo, wire wheels, paint, clean. $1850. Easy terms. ALLSTATE MOTORS 1122nd St. Install doors, ceiling fans and wall-panels. Free estimates. Call 621-8483, 6 p.m.-11:30 p.m. Y&W IMMEDIATE RESULTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY g-erm.inabdru amaAe-Ul"-niU'otts oa:Ufe aoadzble {}Jirth / Gun.tr-o-1 J INCLUDING PAP SMEARS, VD SCREENING, ALL METHODS OF BIRTH CONTROL SOUTH TAMPA 251-0505 1302 S Dale Mabry Member of National Abortion Federation NORTH TAMPA 961-7907 14704 N Florida Ave Formerly Tampa CounMlin;o nd Abort i on C e nt e r > = c. :::! I fD. ,, ...... .......... ... "" ..... ...

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. c < 0 ;;.:. f-< z STUDENTS Susan Davis and several of her students from the Mt. Olive M. B. Church Center of Excellence program view two of the many educational and fun exhibits at Tampa s Museum of Science and Industry, loca ted on Fowler Avenue Parents, volun t eers, 12 teachers, 175 children along with Center of Excellence administrators spent half a day Friday, July 26, enjoying the museum activities and displays. The Center of Excellence is funded by the McKnight Foun dation. 2 -Bedroom Apt. 91814th Ave. (Over Main House) $60 PER WEEK 5180 Security Deposit Plus First Week's Rent Moves You ln. All Utilities Paid By Apt. Owner. CLASSIFIED MISCELLANEOUS HOME IMPROVEMENTS Quality work. All types. pair s, remodeling, and new ruction. Cla s A licens e on tractor. 238"3244 or I. '75 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Powder blue super sharp down $35/weekly. Orange Motors, Ave. 229-0549 HOW TO GAMBLE AND WIN details send $5.00 Manager, James H P.O. Box 824, l Fla. 33601. MONfY TO LEND Loan s up to $15,000. "'o Credit Check s Tom P. Martino, Inc Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. Ph: 248-6111 Behind In House Payments? I Can Help! Call: 855-5133. 24 Hrs. '77 Plymouth Gran Fury Loaded! Ex-detectzye's car down, full price N nr .. r .. ., Orange Motors, Ave. 229-0549. THRIFT SALE Van 3V.. ton, automatic, power air, radio, heater Partly customized. $2850 Easy Terms. ALLSTATE MOTORS Purchasers must obtain their own chase. financing for all sales. These properties may contain Please contact a realtor of your choice to see or bid on any of the properties listed violations. HUD reserves the right to reject or all bids and to waive any i mality or irregularity in any bids Bids will not be accepted PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE FOR CASH, WITHOUT WARRANTY, IN THEIR "AS-IS" CONDITION. AND ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS. from a bidder. All bids MUST BE sub mitted through a real estate broker. HUD w ill pay a portion of the closing costs if requested in offer to pur 093-218873 093-199719 093-201200 093-184623 093-202121 093-204427 093-216745 093-172259 LISTING DATE: Ju TAMPA1 802 Frierson E. 4006 Idlewild 5904 Manhattan Ave. 3415 Pari s E. 311316th St. LAKELAND 29, 150 (LBP) 2 / 2 20,000 (LBP) 211 36 000 3 / 1 38 500 312 23,250 3 / 1 2262 Hone y comb 47,500 312 312 632 Care y PI 47 800 WINTER HAYEN 113 Harbor Dr 30,000 3 / 2 All sealed and identifiable bid s on abo v e properties must be date stamped In the Tampa HUD office b y 4 : IS pm, Augu s t 5, 1985. The Bid Opening d1ile at the Tampa HUD office on thi s offeri ng is 9:00am, August 6, 1985. 093-201987 093-204899 LISTING DATE: August 2, 1985 TAMPA 10103 Enchanted Oaks 43,850 LAKELAND 3206 Old'Tampa Road 25,400 2 / 1 211 All sealed and Identifiable bids on above properties mu s t be date stamped jn tbe Tampa HUD office by 4:15 pm, August 12, 1985. The Bid Opening date at the Tampa HUD office on this offering Is 9:00am, Augu s t 13, 198S. EXTENDED LISTINGS. Properties listed below are available until sold or relisted under 10 day sealed bid period: 093-213210 093-199075 093-202378 093-199494 093-209629 093-218435 093 198607 093-131608 093-202770 093-186764 093-217647 093-218436 093 188093 093-220987 093-205161 093 209156 093-197029 093 1 97 9 37 TAMPA 1007 E Bay St N (Duplex) 16020 DP.wnview Dr 3011 Jefferson St. 2912 Highland Ave N 4818 Highland Ave N 2829 Morgan St. 1208 Pall fox Ave E 3312 Price Ave 10206 Turtle Hill Ct 505 Virginia Ave E 86149th St N 410815th St N 2909 19th A 100228th Ave E. 620441st St LAKELAND 6U71ndian Lane WINTER HAVEN 133 Varner V illa s Dr S W PLANT CITY 250 8 W a ve r S t 31,900(LBP) 3 / 1-2 / 1 53 650 2 / 1.5 21,400(LBP) 3 / 1 25,500(LBP) 3 / 1 18, 800 2 / 1 25,000(LBP) 3 / 1.5 24,400(LBP) 211 21,650(LBP) 3/l 42,500 2 / 1 16,650(LBP) 211 1 / 1 23,500(LBP) 211 21,000 3 / 1 27,200 3 / 1 23,250(LBP) 2 / 1 22,800(LBP) 3 / 1 52,000 3 / 2 42 500 312 2 4 5 00 2 / 1 TEMPLE TERRACE 093 216717 460 1 Puritan Rd 39 000 111 LUTZ 093-204317 1921 Gregory Dr 57,400 212 WAUCHULA 093-204563 35 Chamberlain Blvd 14 750 3 / 1.5 (LBP) -Indicates $500 esc r o w d e p osi t for e limino lion of le a d bose poi n t ha z ard. HUD Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin IT'S VERY WISE 248 J 92 J 'ERiTISE! DEPARTMENTOFHOUSING 1J 11 'V I AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ............ .. UI :QUA L HOUSING OPP ORTUNITY

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8Year-Old Murder A 38-year-old Tampa man was sentenced Wednesday to 22 yeais in prison for a double murder that occurred eight years ago. Willie Gibson, Jr., 2014 N. Jefferson, was arrested Oc tober 23, 1984 after his niece, identified as Patricia Ann Moore, 25, told police that Gibson said he killed two men in a tavern. Case Draws 22-Year Sentence According to police of-. ficials, Moore told police of the eight-year-old murders after she and Gibson argued over the care of her children and he threatened to have them taken away from her. Gibson and Willie Jackson are alleged to have gone into the room to commit a robbery after findFor ury Indicts Man Plant City Murder A 25-year-old Plant City man was indicted on first degree murder charges Wednesday by the Hillsborough County Grand Jury. The body of 22-year-old Phyllis Carpenter, 804 S. Franklin St., Plant city, was found July 10 lying face up near a portable classroom at The two men, Floyd Smith, 54, and James Spooner, 48, were found beaten to death in the storage room of a Tampa Heights bar, WILLIE GIBSON, JR. the Silver Dollar Bar, 2719 N. at the bar. Both had Florida Ave. The men _!>eaten with a shotgun. been iQg its rear door open. Gib soq entered the room while Jackson stayed outside. Jackson told officials that Gibson came out with a record player and a shotgun with its wooden butt broken and splintered. Marshall Jr. High School. Police investigators said the woman's body had multiple gunshot wounds above the right ear, in the right temple, and in the upper left part of JOIINATHON L. RAHMING 1981 Photo The initial police investiga tion was closed in 1977 after all leads had been .exhausted. Gibson accepted a 'plea bargain of the sentence in exchange of no contest plea, which is not an admission of guilt. Jackson was granted immunity in exchange for his testimo ny against Gibson. Frank's Ornamental Iron Radical Cult's Unit Loses Tax Exemption 24 Hour Service .621-4034 PHILADELPHIA The Residential Commercial Internal Revenue Service has recinded the tax-exempt status of a group that trains people who want to join the radical MOVE cult. Financine Arranged Bars Railings tRA"'K t:. JOHNSON ... Owner J." irr Escapes Stairways Ornamentals Licensed Insured Bonded Frtte Home Security Tips An IRS spokesman said the Community Action Move ment, which had been exempt THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN WANTS YOU TO SELECT THE 10 Best Dressed Yes, we're looking to you to selecfTainpa's 10 Best FEMALE Grace Sherman [50] Atty. Arthenia Joyner [35] Sorrenia Dillion US] Luisa Puerto [5] Ambria Johnson f61 Lashawn Cail [18] Vanessa Brown l6J Ursel Staten (6] Delina Batson [8] Aldridge Sheree Cunningham (15] Florence James (60] Beatrice Leggett [5] Melissa Jones Patricia Cliatt Thelma Shuman [10] Crizzell Bush Deborah Walters [9] Deloise Parker J8]_ Johnnye M. Williams [45] Dressed men and women. THE VOTING BEGINS! No More Candidates Will Be Accepted. All you have to do is to clip and vote for them. The Top 10 candidates with the highest number of votes will be announ ced at the Spotlight Fashion Show, August 17, and will be featured in a special Fashion Extravaganza issues which will be published on Friday, August 23, and Tuesday, August 27. Prizes and Gifts will be given to the Top 3 winners sponsored by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. : VOTECOUP 1 TOP TEN BEST DRESSED 1 I cast my vote for: MALE 0 FEMALE 0 INAME AGEA-------:PHON 1 Clip and mail to'Top 10 Best Dressed', c/o Fla. Sentinel, : I 2207 list Avenue, Florida 33605. List Of Candidates MALE Cynthia Ball Bob Morrison [30] K1m Sanders Andrew Tarver (7] Renaye Gooding (125] Robert Nicholson [8] Gwendolyn Miller [16] Michael Burt [17) Betty Baker [5). Warren Dawson [10] Sharon Tolliver Bobby Bowden [6] Debbie Johnson[lOO] Tony Collins [12f Lillian Thomas [25] Larry Walker [5) Danny Vickers Mary Fleming Lexie Campbell [10] Martha Webb [51] Mercedes D. Smith Belinda Noah [41] Michael Hood Eric Lee [9) Rhorine Sanderson [51 Kenneth Lofton [24] Rodney Thomas [58] Darryl Miles Willingham [41] Herbert Bassett [9] Charles )ones {20] George Davis (8] Bennie Pollard [58] Stan Montgomery [12] Robert Jones [Hi] Austin [22] John Wesley Jones [22] Lesley J. Miller [ 11] Curtis Reed [51] Frank Reddick [22] Jerod Hicks [21] B. Rick Tims [8] George Lewis Eric Stillings the chest. Johnathon Lee Rahming, 606 S. Gordon St., was in dicted in connection with the murder. He is being held in the Hillsborough County Jail without bond. Police still have not deter mined a motive for shooting; \ Young Man Artested For Attempted Rape A young Tampan was ar rested early Sunday morning after pglice officials discovered him attempting to sexually assault a 21-year-old woman near MacFarland Park. Arrested and charged with attempted sexually assault was Ronnie James Norwood, 2002 Spruce St. Police officials learned that the woman had been ap proached by Norwood at a West Tampa bar. He later convinced her to let him take her to her mother's home. In stead, he allegedly drove to dark street west of Farland Park and stopped car. He allegedly began to -at her clothing and she ..:rrp,;orn- ed for help while fighting off. Police officers on patrol spotted his vehicle, went over to investigate and realized what was happening. The officers pulled Norwood away from the woman and placed him under arrest. The woman was not hurt. Residents Sympathize With (Continued From Page 3-A) With several questions in their minds, the residents listened to the presentation given by Giovanelli. However, they still were not satisfied that from all indications a pond will go in their communi ty. The residents only learned that a retention pond was planned for their community after two property owners preparing to build homes in the area were not allowed to do so. Part of the area where the Cleveland Scotts and Fords want to build homes is planned for the retention pond. Scott said his home should have been prepared to move in the latter part of July two property owners to build in their community, and they want the water problem alleviated along Henry and 43rd St. They are suggesting that the consultants determine the feasibility of parallel pipes being placed in the area as an alternative. City Councilman Perry Harvey, in attendance at the meeting, urged the residents to work together on they decide to do. A month ago the Tampa ty Council directed the sultants to re-evaluate the I and determine if there other alternatives, other than the retention pond, that could -i = relieve the water problem in e the vicinity. : :;. The consultants will give council the conclusion of their 9: report on August 29. :S" To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial 248-2825 or 248-3033 Today Partly = 1:1.1 cloudy with a 40 per;: from paying federal taxes cent chance of rain. l"'l since 1977, would have to start High 90's, low 70's. ..., paying taxes now. ..,.. CAM was selected in Saturday -Partly <: January to participate in the Cloudy and warm, high United Way donor-option 91, low 75. plan, which allowed it to Sunday Conreceive donations through the tinued partly cloudy, ; nonprofit fund-raising h" h 93 1 76 lg ow l"'l ............. ..........

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" _F_L_O_RI_D_A __ S_E_N_T_IN_E_L_B_U_L_L_E_T_I_N __________________________ 40YEARSSERVINGTAMPA FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1985 SECTION Nearly 2,000 Enjoy Summer Sport s Festival The 4th Annual Summer Sports Festival attracted nearly 2,000 residents of the Belmont Heights Community. The festival was held July 25 at Ponce DeLeon Playground, 20th St. and 26th Ave., June White, director. Tonya= B. Hammond of the Crime Prevention Office was pro gram coordinator. Members of the Ifesidents Council, headed by Mrs. Essie Roberts, served barbecued Comedian Arthur Hopson, Program Coordinator : Tonya Hammond, Eddie Graddy and Glenn pose for the camerman. McGruff and Tampa Bay Buccaneer wonder if they should shake on it. After a long, hard day of the Sports Festival, Tonya Ham mond (center), relaxes with the small fry on the swings. Community kids enjoying the Sports Festival gather around McGruff. By JULIA JACKSON chicken, ribs, hot dogs, ham burgers, potato salad and bak ed beans to the crowd of mostly kids. From the smiies on everyone's face, it seemed as though everyone enjoyed themselves, and the food. Below are some scenes from the Summer Sports Festival (Photos by Julia Jackson). Tonya Hammond, Mattie Grace, vice president of the Resident s Council, and Delores Green dish out food to the waiting crowd. Explorer, Daryl Richardson, Officer Holder, Thompson, Natika Steverson, Shabazz, Ex plorer. Ladies of the Ponce DeLeon Residents' Council sweat over the grill. Robert Thompson gives the sliding board a try. Rue Robert Thompson enjoys a ride on the sliding board; and so does Wali Shabazz of the Urban League Crime Preven. tion Program. (Continued On Page 3-B)

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BY REV. A LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church Faith In The Midst Of Despair ..... Habakk-uk Rece ntl y a Christian youth worker in the His panic co m mun i t y publicly s har e d his frust ration a bout his mini stry. He h ad a lmo st reached a point of burn o ut in his ow n ph ysica l a nd s piritual p1ake up H e was up set by the fact that many of his "kids" were being killed by ga n g violence and r eve n ge. I m tired of goi n g to funerals," h e sa id. What sense did it mak e to work s o hard with the se kid s and bring them to Chri st only to have them murdered or ar rested later. Habakkuk was another man of God who experiened frustration in the ministry. He had a lot of question s to ask God. Que s tions like, "why do the wicked go unpuni s hed while the righteou s are cut down?" God had an aswer for Habakkuk and He ha s an answer for you too in your moment of need. Keep i n mind however, that we may not alway s understand God's ac tion s or reasons for things that happen in our lives or the live s of others. But we can alway s tnJ s t God to do all thing s well and praise Him for it. Let' s get s tarted in this difficult but important lesson Judah's citizens had s unk to a low moral level. It began during the reign of Solomon and continued after the kingdom divided It wor se ned throughout the reign s of a s erie s of idolatrous kings. God di s patched prophet after pro phet to warn Israel and Judah of judgment and de s truction. However, with the except i on s of Hezekiah, Josh, and Josiah, their words fell on in s en s itive ears. There was a remn a nt of faithful God devoted folk and it wa s to them that God s poke through the prophet s, telling them that in s pite of the na tion s judgment they would live by their faith. murder, incest, child mole sta tion, be st ialit y anel all kinds of human depra vity, the ques tion i s ofte n asked, "Wh y doe sn't God do so m et hing." That's what Habakkuk wanted to know and t hat i.s what we want to know Like Habakkuk, many of u s believe thin eve rythin g i s in the hand s of God, so like the prophet we go s traight to God and raise our querie s. Now one of the thing s that often frustrate i s that when we s eek a word from God, God is awfully silent. He s eems uninterested in our plight. He seems distant and aloof, leaving us to paddle our own canoe s We a sk, "How long will God permit cheating and stealing, lying and violence?" How long will God permit wealthy s lumlord s to evict povertyst ricken tenant s? "How long." Habakkuk earnestly a s ked God : "Are you going to let thi s go on before You do s omething about it?" Finally, God answered. God did not ru s h to give His answer but in Hi s own time He answered. I imagine God sai d to Habakku, I heard your que s tion, I know things are bad and getting worse, but I have not been s leeping. I have a plan. I am going to rai se up the Chaldeans, who are fierce, bitter and ruthless and further they are idol worshipers, they don't even believe in my ex istence But I am going to use them to chastise my ,people whose s infulness yoi.J and other prophets have so elo quently described." I am sure this expres s ion coming from God blew Habakkuk's mind How could a s in hating God permit such a thing? What could Habakkuk do in the face of God's deci s ion? Well, the prophet decid ed that he retire from the scene .of action. He went up into his watchtower to get a better In the face of the nation' s defection, in the face of crime, per s pective of things. He TAMPA BAY BUILDERS HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING SPECIALIST UC. 034997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FREE ESTIMATES __) Pre s ident 251-2585 Or 251-8754 1005 W. PLATT ST., TAMPA, FLORIDA WORKSHOP ON DRUGSDr. Reva Reed, center, discussed the use an to a groupof youngsters at a recent '!orkshop she conducted. waited to hear what else God had to say. And s ure enough, after a while, God did speak. He said, "Habakkuk, I want you to write something, write it plain and write it big. Write it so that evenif. a person is rurining he can read it!'----==-=God added, "The message is this: "Behold, he whose soul is not upright in him s hall fail, but the righteous shall live by his faith. In other words, those who commit their lives to me and s eek to live upright ly, striving always towards the goal of just behaviour, and who s e pledge of ultimate allegiance is to God in whom perfecr justice can be se e The s e are the upright and just men. They ask God what He would have them do and then begins to allow the Spirit of God to flow through them and hus begin to accomplish 1God's purpose in their lives, where they are. Habakkuk discovered that even the righteous wl\.o are just and who live by their faith will have disappointments and frustrations in life, the se are a part of life's experiences. Habakkuk did not understand God's actions but he finally realized that He could always trust God, for God always does that which is best for His children. When one understands this one can rest his case finally in the faithfulness of the Almighty God. To Phice Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS o ial 248-2825 or 248-3033 Summer Sports (Continued From Page 1-B) June White, Recreation Dept.; Carolyn Williams, Com munity Relations; Melissa Upshaw, TOP worker; Tonya mond, and Lt. L. W. Murray, Community Relations Bureau. ITEMS FOR SALE Ice Maker (Makes Up To 500 Lbs.) 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Stir in flour. Blend in evaporated milk, water and v, cup cheese. Stir constantly until mixture just comes to a boil and thickens Remove from heat. Place stuffing mix and apple in bottom of 8x8x2-inch baking dish. Pour 1 cup sauce over stuffing. Mix thoroughly. Place turkey slices over stuffing. Top with broccoli spears. Pour remaining sauce over top. Sprinkle with re maining 1/2 cup cheese. Bake in moderate oven {375F.) 30 ""'""'r .... to serve. Fruit Cups Tomato & Cucumber Salad Milk Shakes Salad <;billed Fruit Chocloate Pie 28 """ 29 30 31 Liver & Onions *Chicken w / Baked Flounder Sloppy Joes w / Pan Gravy Carrot Dumplings Baked P otatoes Hash Browns Boiled Potatoes Steamed Broccoli Steamed Spinach Hard Rolls Green Peas Spears Hot Rolls Orange Sherbert Ambrosia Corn Muffins Ice Cream Saucy Ham And Potato Bake 2 tablespoons chopped onion Y4 cup Parkay margarine Y4 cup flour 1 teaspoon salt V z teaspoon dry mustard Dash of pepper 1 V z cups milk 2 cups (8 ozs.) shredded Kraft natural mild cheddar cheese Vz lb. ham cut into 1/8-inch slices 6 cups cooked potato slices Saute onion in margarine. Blend in flour and seasonings. Gradually add milk; cook, stirring constantly until thickened. Add 1'/ cups cheese; stir until melted. Toss potatoes i n cheese sauce. Pour into 2-quart casserole, reserving 1 cup potato slices. Arrange ham and remaining potato slices on top of casserole. Bake at 350, 30 minutes. Top with remaining cheese. 6 servings. Cheese Baked Beans Preheat oven to 350F. Saute 1 c. chopped onion and 2 / 3 c. chopped green pepper in '14 c. butter. Add 2 jars baked beans {1 lb. 2 oz., each). 1 c. catsup and 2 c shredded Monterey Jack Chicken With Carrot Dumplings 1 broiler-fryer (about 2 V z pounds), cut up Salt and pepper to taste 2 tablespoons oil Vz cup chopped onion (1 medium) 3;4 cup water 1 envelope or 1 teaspoon in stant chicken bouillon or broth mix Y4 teaspoon thyme (optional) Carrot Dumplings (recipe follows) Season chickn with salt and pepper. In large skillet brown chicken in oil. Add-onion, water, bouillon and thyme. Cover and, turning once, mer 15 minutes. Drop Co Dumplings on chicken. Cook uncovered 10 minutes. Cover and cook 10 longer or until dumplings are dry and chicken is fork-tender. Makes 4 servings. Carrot Dumplings. In medium bowl mix well 1 cup flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 1 teaspoon parsley flakes and / teapsoon salt. Cut in 3 tablespoons shorten ing. Stir in '/, cup milk and 1/, cup shredded carrot {1 large) just until moistened. Lemony Fruit Compote A refreshing dessert -: enough for several meals. 1 can (16 ounces) sliced pears in syrup, drained (reserve syrup) Vz cup sugar 1 small lemon, sliced thin; seeds removed 2 medium-size tart apples, each cut in eighths and cor-ed; peeled if desired 3 oranges, peeled and section ed cheese. Bake in 2-qt. casserole about 30 minutes until bubbly. Garnish with 1/2 c. additiona I shredded cheese. 2 medium-size firm bananas, cut in chunks 1 large grapefruit, peeled and sectioned Measure about 1 cup pear syrup into 2-quart saucepan. Add sugar and lemon; sim mer 5 minutes or until sugar dissolves. Add apples; sim mer 6 minutes or until apples are tender but retain their shape. Transfer all to large bowl; cool. Add remaining fruits to apple mixture. Cover with plostic wrap or waxed paper placed directly on fruit. Chill. Makes 10 servings.

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. .... The final gathering for the class was at the Admiral Benbow Inn. The class posed for this picture after a delicious dinner. They are: front row, left to right, Delores Scott Johnson, E.N. Gethers Cusseaux, Eunice Bethune Freeny, Irris Miller, Beatrice Lovette Lewter, Hazel Hampton, Laura Allen Larry, Edna Hodgins, Lillian Murth, Ruth Harvey Brown, and Andrew Whigham; middle row, Andrew Johnson, Mary Walker Scott, Roy Wheller, Nellie Rogers Jones, Bettie Bryons Hopkins, Dorothy Green Sneed, James Marshall, Glades Hanker son Whaley, Raymond Larry, Gloria Dickens, Gloria Thompson, Raymond Hopkins; and in the rear, Algie Rodgers, Jamil Ibrahim pohn Johnson), Lester Johnson Clarence Preston, Willer Stretter, J.D. Allen and Johnny Lewis. Patricia Beacham and daughters, and E.N. Cusseaux. Curtis Sampson sings dur ing morning worship at Mt. Olive. It was year number 36 for the graduates of Middleton Don Thompson who donned caps and gowns in 1949. Class members celebrated recently with several activities. (Photos by James R McAllister) 1 248-1921] I I Rev. J.M. Rutledge, pastor, Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church, : LaSalle and Fremont, where the class of 1949 worshipped. PLEASE KEEP IT. !! DOWN. High blood pressure can be conrrolled. To learn how. call us + American Red Cross ---------EDWARDS Remodeling Service Painting Carpentry Drywall Room Additions PATRICK EDWARDS Cl)l .. ll&lll .... ............. .... .. .. ... Owner

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City's Property Tax To Be R educed Mayor Bob Martinez an nounced last week that the City of Tampa's property tax will be reduced in the 1986 -.--,, .. ,<11 Year for the sixth con .,Prlth/P year. In presenting City Council a of the $228 million he will submit en 15, Mayor Martinez a combination of an ina rease tax base and .5: management improvements !:: will allow the property tax 11uuu.5 ... rate to be reduced to .c 4.42 mills. This is a 190fo decrease from the current I:Z;I. (FY85) rate of 5.47 mills and a 55% reduction from the 9.73 mills levied in the 1980 Fiscal' l Year. c The 4.42 tax rate will $25 .I million from "1:1 = property taxes Tampa's economic growth has increased the city's tax base to almost $6 billion. In "targeting revenue sour ces," the Mayor said $130 million will come from tax funds from all sources, $92 million from enterprise funds (city departments, which generate revenue in providing water and sewer service, waste disposal, etc.) and $6 million from other sources. Almost half of the tax funds will go toward financing Public Safety, $39 million for Police and $23 million for Fire. Public Works will receive $27 million, Parks and Recreation, $18 million, Cen tral Government, $13 million, and Debt and other costs, $10 million. < Court Removes Hastings From Case Related To Trial MIAM I The lith U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta has taken U.S. District Judge Alcee Hastings off a case related to his criminal trial, Robert Lehner, chief of the Miami Justic e Department Stflke__Force said. Hastings was found inno cent in 1983 of bribery in a trial of Thomas and Frank Romano two years earlier. But the circuit court has in itiated another inquiry into the case in an effort to impeach Hastings.' : Thomas Romano has won a new trial and Hastings refused a government request to remove himself from the case. Frank Rqmano has since died. Justice Department attorney Bohn Phillip s asked the circuit court to remo \'e Hastings from the case. 1 Lehner said it took the 11th Circuit Court less than a week to intervene and issue a terse order directing Chief U.S. District Court Judge James Lawrence King to assign the case to another judge. MOVE Leader Died In Fire, Lawyer Says PHILADELPHIA -A lawyer f;r one of the survivors of a fiery May 13 battle with police said he is "completely satisfied" that MOVE founder John Africa was one of the 11 people who perished in the in .cident. David Shrager, the lawyer for Birdie Africa, 13, said he has received reliable informa tion that John Africa was in the MOVE house and died in the fire. 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"If you don't like what you see in the Republican Party, and not many groups are per fect, the best way to bring about change is joirr the inter n,al debate," Dole said at the civil rights group's 75th an nual conference. Study: Blacks Mdre Likely To Be Jailed Than Whites The public appeal to blacks followed a private session last week at which Dole, R-Kan., brought together top Senate Republicans with t)le leaders of major black groups to discuss common interests and needs. In his remarks at a breakfast session Monday, Dole cited such accomplishments by the GOP-run Senate as extension of the Voting Rights Act, establishment of the Martin Luther King ht>liday and current efforts to ex end the Civil Rights Act. "I believe Republicans un derstand that there are those who must look to the federal government for help in opening the door of opportunity ... think most Republicans that I know are very sensitive," he said. WASHINGTON Black men are six times more likely than white men to serve a state prison sentence sometime in their lifetime, the Justice Department reported Sunday The department's Bureau of Justice Statistics said that its survey "neither confirms nor rules out the possibility of racial discrimination in the justice system." The study, entitled "The Prevalence of Imprisonment, did confirm, however that state prisons from 1978-82 contained proportionately more blacks than whites when considering their re spec tive proportions of the adult U.S. population. It said that "compelling evidence" involving the que s tion of discrimination comes from separate studies "com paring the racial composition o f prison populations with that of all offenders engaged in serious, imprisonable crime." From 1978-82, for instance blacks constituted roughly 11 percent of the adult U S : population, but accounted 47 percent of the pris confined in state insti during that period. During this same period, the study said, 44 to 47 p ercent of all people arrested for violent crimes those most likely to cause imprisonment were black. The bureau said that males "have a much higher pro bability than females" of be ing i n prison on any given day or of s erving a prison sentence in their lifetime. The study also said that ''blacks are more like1y than whites either to be in prison on any given day or to serve a pri son sentence in their lifetime The study fou nd that over a lifetime, between 11.6 and 18.7 percent of black men could be expected to serve a sentence in an adult state prison, compared to between 2.1 and 3.3 percent of white males "I believe the Republican P:arty has demonstrated in the United States Senate that we can govern, that we can make hard choices, and at the same Africa, now known as Michael Moses Ward. 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(Photograph by Victor c New Bar Prexy Wants More Blacks In Law Firms = CHICAGO____:_ A list of Fred you will basically see white -""':' Gray's past clients reads like a males," says Gray, 54, who :l who's who of civil rights. tpok over Friday night in Among them: Rosa Parks Chicago as president of the Martin Luther King, Jr. 8,500-member association. For the next year, the "We will be calling on these Ala., lawyer will large white law firms to hire the struggle as head black attorneys. of the National Bar AssociaHe credits segregation in tion, the USA's oldest and Montgomery, Ala., for steerfiest black lawyers group ing him to law. "If you knock on the door Gray, whose carpenter America's law firms father died when he was 2 and "For The Best In Hair Care" call Ayesha 229-9380 A Iter 6, 254-4338 Kisses Hair Designers 406-A E. Columbus Dr. CURLS PERMS PRESSn' CURL WEAVING COLORING BLOW-DRYING SUMMER HAIR CUTS Cali Today And Get Your Discount "Have A Jesus Filled Day" ATTY. FRED GRAY whose mother worked as a domestic, chose Western Reserve University in Cleveland because morning classes allowed him to work in a button factory, a steel mill and delivering dry cleaning. In September 1954, he returned to Montgomery. On Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks boarded a bus I Y2 blocks from his law office. She was ar rested when she refused to give her seat to a white man. The incident cost Parks $14 for breaking the segregation law. It also helped launch the civil rights movement, King's pro minence in it and Gray's career. He was one of the first Aslc For Your blacks since Reconstruction to serve in the Alabama Buick Friend Legislature, from 1970 to 1974. l.ff "The Legislature was an inM teresting experience; but it was most frustrating Things TYLER there are designed to be nonproductive," he said. After taking time out for his IDr.... _,If) wife, Bernice, four children = and professional journals, z autcK COME SEE ME TODAY! Gray says: "My biggest out4400 N. DALE MABRY ST. PETE CALL: side interest is my grass. We MINORITIES IN ENGINEERING__:_ Richard M. Morrow, left, chairman of Amoco Corporatibn, talks with three engineers who graduated from college with scholarship assistance from the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering. Morrow is chairman elect of NACME, which is committed to increasing the number of blacks, Hispanics, and American Indians in the field of engineering. With Morrow at a NACME conference in Atlanta are Roberto Quinones, a graduate of Columbia University; David G. Fitzgerald III, who holds degrees from Northwestern University and Georgia State Unive[sity; and Norman Padilla, a graduate of the University of New Mexico. News in General Hurricane Season Is Here Florida's annual hurricane season is here. The Atlantic hurricane season begins in mid-June and can last until November. However, the months of September and October are the most active. Although West Central Florida has not experienced a direct hit by a hurricane in years, it's very important that you are prepared. Hurricane information in your GTE Tele phone Directory offers indoor and outdoor preparation tips and evacuation information. You should learn the correct evacuation route for your area in the event of an approaching hurricane Telephones are suscepti ble to the severe wind and water damage caused by a hurricane If a hurricane inter. rupts your phone service, be patient. We will repair phones essential to public safety (i.e., police, fire departments, hospi tals, civil defense) first. Emergency repair crews will then begin working to fix residential and business service as soon as it's safe. If you report your phone out of service, it is not neces sary to continue calling. Also, if one resident has called and reported a problem, it is not necessary for other residents to call repair. The telephone is an ex tremely vital communication link during a storm. Many people will use their phones to ch.eck on other family members, to report emergencies and for a variety of other reasons Because so many will be calling it's important that you use your phone for emergencies to avoid tying up tele phone lines On a slightly different note, have you ever wondered when hurricanes were first named after women? According to the National Weather Service, the practice of giving hurricanes women's names first began in the late nineteenth century but did not become widespread until Air Force and Navy mete orologists began using it during WW II. The U S National Weather Service adopted the same procedure in 1953. In 1978 the Weather Services began using male names for the first time. Twenty-one names have been chosen for 1985 Atlantic hurricanes They range from Ana to Victor. Chuck Morgan is Division Manager for General Telephone serving customers in this area, His telephone number in Tampa is (813) 623-5441. If long distance, call Collect .,. 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Bus ness In the Black. E. BELLE .. Wrist Slapping In Dope Deals White collar crimes which been killing people in the hettos have spread America About 5,500 Americans die every day. It is not known how many of those deaths are criminal drug related. Respon sibility for crimes against the people are usually put in simplistic statistics. Like who shot John and how many times? Or the hold up at which East Indian, Greek, or Jewish owned store. Since sometimes the hand holding the gun is it is then made big news in the white media. Maybe a little investigative reporting is required to expose the guilty greed of giant American bank ing institutions' role in hand laundering" the largesse of the criminal drug traffic leader ship of this country. Cupped the big bank vaults of America is the central criminals' loot. John M. Walker, Jr., Presidential appointed, assis secretary U.S. Depart of the Treasury, admit that as many as 50 top .S. banks had violated federal law by intentionally not filing required cash trans actions reports. Responding an average pittance, $250 or less fine per crime for four New York City banks was best the Reagan ad ministration could muster up against oblivious Mafia misuse of the U.S. banking system. Less than petty cash to big time dope pushers. Pocketing the apprehended $1.328 billion illegal bundle was the Chase Manhattan Bank, Manufac turers Hanover Trust, Irving Trust and Chemical Bank, in the order of their take. The In ternal Revenue Service, we are is chasing another 100 for possibly being in with mobsters. Making big money in illegal drug trafficking is impossible without the use of the U.S. banking system in a Ameri ca for a long time for top mobsters. Money does not disappear from the till fof a corner grocery store and sud denly reappear in the bank ac counts of big time criminal leadership. Leadership of America's big banking interest is all white, predominantly male as is the leadership of the known criminal drug traf fickers in America. A tip of the multi-billion dollar criminal drug activities has revealed its racist connection in the country. Combining the big banks' record of failure to report names for the last five years for those with cash transac tions of $10,000 or more merely indicates the growth in dollar amount of degeneration of the U.S. banking system and its racist oriented leader ship. "Redlining," a favorite ploy of pristine banking peo ple for years was used to keep Black Americans in poverty patches, presenting illegal drugs as a simplistic escape solution to the young. Yet at the same time, these titans of industry were on the take of "common," but white "crooks." Care for the dead and dying whites who are not hooked on cocaine, as well as marijuana, has made the murderers see the victim. I see the victim says the white bankers who while voluntarily admit their sins also see young white men now snorting cocaine and the victim is me. Maybe Black America can sadly say, "I told you so." But it is a sick society that sells dope to itself. Since the top door of the dope house has been opened, look for more rats to run out. Of KANSAS CITY CHAPTER OF NAMD FORMED The newly formed chapter of the Na tional Association of Market Developers (NAMD) is presented its charter of af(iliation. The National Association of Market Developers is a non-profit, professional organizalion compris ed of individuals in marketing, sales, advertising and public Shown from. left to right are: Dell Godbold, Georgia Groves, Elbert Anderson, Marlene Johnson, national executive director; l)ebra Washington, chapter president; Michael A. Bateman, national president; Kathryn Hunt, Nettie Golston, and Harvey Maynard. Back row: Nathadis Lucas and Joanne Smith. Jobs For Blacks Keep Climbing, Reagan Says; More Help Needed WASHINGTON Presi dent Reagan said Saturday his policies are helping black peo ple to better themselves, but Congress is hindering progress by blocking legislation to establish enterprise zones and an experimental sub-minimum wage for teen-agers. Reagan reviewed recent economic developments in his weekly radio address from the presidential retreat at Camp David, Md. "We see all the parts falling in place for a new surge of robust expansion," he said, course, some people are already out of it. This day, every day the percentage of people who die because of the effects of illegal drug use fills part of an acre of dead Americans. adding, "one of the most them to the destination hopeful signs for our future is their dreams. being seen in our black com"But that train can't keep munities. moving if government keeps "We will have to wait for blocking the track." the Census Bureau to release He attacked "protectionist the latest poverty figures in measures that raise prices and August, but the evidence eventually cripple the job seems clear," the president market." said. Reagan also pledged A record 10.6 million blacks "keep pushing for passage now have jobs, the black enterprise zones as long as new unemployment rate has fallen areas that could be sites for by 6\12 percentage points since economic development November 1982, and nearly destitute landmarks one of every five jobs despair." generated during that period Enterprise zones are areas went to a black person, that would be set up in inner Reagan said. cities where businesses would "Blacks have gained an be given tax and other incen average of 45,000 new jobs tives to locate. Reagan also every month twice the rate urged prompt congressional for whites, he said. approval of his plan for a "These gains were created 1three-year test of a sub by the engines of enterprise, minimum wage for teen-agers, not the horse-and-buggy saying it would creat about system of bureaucratic 400,000 new jobs for young makework that broke down people. The Doctor's In 8a.m. to 10 p.m. t:veryday long ago," Reagan said. 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MEMPHIS The founder of Operation PUSH, Rev. Jesse Jackson recently presented the organization's Businessman's Community Contributions Award to Ford. Louis E. Lataif, vice president in charge of the company's sales operations I throughout North America, received the award at the Opera tion PUSH meeting in Memphis, Tennessee. Mr. Lataif an nounced that black-owned Ford and Lincoln-Mercury dealer ships in the United States would surpass a billion dollars in sales this year. Mr. Lataif also said that during the past three years, his company has more than doubled the number of its black-owned dealerships, from 28-69. "Clearly, our business ha$ become a vital asset to the black community in terms of jobs and opportunities, he said. c "C = : < lflj Ql (Letter To' The Edito r_() An Open Letter To The Citizens Of Tampa TULSA, OK This letter comes unsolicited and without the knowledge of the person that I am recommending to you. He is one of your own, of which you can be extremely proud. If your town is like most, you are probably quick to praise your own native sons. When praise comes froin the outside, its the sweeter. James 0. Brookins, M.D. is an internist, one of the finest I've known and I've been in the field of health care for twenty-eight years. He is dedicated hard working a1,1d really cares about his patients. He has worked here with us at the Morton Health Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma for the .. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, Frank Johnson, intends to register the fictitious trade name, Frank's Ornamental Iron, with the Clerk of the Circuit of Hillsborough Coun ty, Florida, Pursuant to Sec-, tion 865.09, Florida Statutes, = 1953: that the undersigned in Z tends to engage in the business tj of Steel Work, at 9609 Williams Road, S Thonotosassa, FL 0 Dated this 17th day of July r... 1985. Frank Johnson past two years. Most of that time he served as Medical Director for the Center. We are sorry to see '' iiim go. Receive him well, he will be a great asset to your community. We in Tulsa thank you for him and wish him and his wife s'aiidra and their infant son much happiness and success. Leona M. Young Executive Director, Morton Comprehensive Health Services, Inc. 603 East Pine Street Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106 AUTO INSURANCE UP TO 25% DISCOUNT "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4.501 Nebraska 238-8814 Latex Paint Interior & Exterior '4.99 Door Locks 2-Keys '7 .59 Twin Paint Roller Keys Made soc 223-2181 3102 N. Nebraska < ............. 1 B&B SuperGro '399 Black Wave Rag '199 In.ftial Rings .,oo Initial Necklaces '100 W /COUPON ONLY StaSofFro X-Dry Comb Out soz. 2/'500 '269 Ea. E-ZCurlKit Mild-Reg.-Super s Electric Curling Irons '299 Name Necklaces '199 BUDGET BEAUTY SUPPLIES 1632 7th Avenue (Next To Kress) 1502 7th Avenue (Across From Blue R ibbon)

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.. Baby's Brotliers &Sisters If you have other children particularly preschoo-lers the baby's not be entirely happy for them They may feel left out because the baby takes up so much of your time. Many youngsters react by showing signs of temper and whinning constantly. Some start wetting their bed or want ing to return to a baby bottle. These reactions ar l because children f e el their place in your love and affection is peing threatened by the newcomer. Parents who under stand these can find many_ ways to con vince their children that they are all permanently and deeply loved. Devoting a portion of the day to each chilo will help provide the reassurance he needs. Make it clear that "our" baby belongs to the whole family and not just to any one per son in it. Your own good com mon sense will usually guide your properly. 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There are some things in dividuals can do to help save themselves from the threat of cancer Food choices may con tribute to higher than average, rates of cancers of the How to If your engine won't start, first check these things: Is the car gear in "park"? Is the clutch out on a manual transmis sion? Do you have fuel? If these things check out, try your lights. Do they fade when you try to start the car? If. so, your bat tery is low and you pro bably need a "boost" or "jump start." To jump-start your car, you'll need heavy duty jumper cables with sturdy copper clamps, rags and another car with a healthy battery. Then follow this procedure: Park the booster car next to the troubled car, making sure they are not touching. ways. It is true, however, that all members thrive best when the new baby's arrival is really a family affair. FREE GLASSES Paid For By Medicaid Call: D.r. L. A. Martinez Optometrist 8 ,76 stomach and prostate among cooking and salad black Americans. oils, rich desserts and "junk Studies of population foods." The addition of tradi groups and their dietary habits tional foods such as fried indicate the foods you eat afchicken, salt pork, hush pup feet the kinds of cancers you pies, ham hocks, and pig's feet are likely to get and the increases the amount of likelihood that you will get calories from fat in the diet. them. In fact, researchers The good news is deep green believe 35 percent of all cancer leafy vegetables such as kale, deaths among Americans are chard, turnip, collards, and related to the foodwe eat and mustard gnrens provide the ways we prepare it. vitamins C arip A that help In 1981, 14 of every IOO,OOO protect against1 cancer. Deep bl k d d th yellow and orange vegetables ac s were 1agnose w1 stomach cancer. 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...................... .... ................................ .............................. .--. -.--.. .--. N' 00 ;;;J "' ;;;J < ;;. < I COPING By Dr. Charles W. Faulkner You Can Succeed In Spite of Difficultits Here are three letters that look foolish to give him )lave nearly the same basic another chance? M. P., Cin theme: "I don t have what it cinnati." takes to succeed." My suggesDear M.P.: tions follow the letters. If your information is cor"Dear Dr. Faulkner: rect about your husband, it I hav e been drinking for still doesn't prove that he is y ears Each time I stop drinkthe "scum of the earth It in g and try to get off liquor, does prove, ho w e v er that he is s omething just makes me go a fallible human being just as back to it. I am weak. I can't. we all are.If tossed every stop drinking. Can you help person out of the door who ine? Jim," Seattle, Wa:sh." made a mistake in some Dear Jim: endeavor, everyone wou_lq be You can stop drinking. You rejected, including ourselves. have done it befoie and you Typically, illicit marital can do it again, permanently. behavior is grounds for Perhaps you need assistance separation or divorce when it but the decision to save your is a proven, regular activity own life and protect your that continues in spite of pro health is yours to make. You rnises to refrain. This forrn of certainly don't drink when you behavior may be caused by are asleep or in the shower. failure of the other partner to You don't drink when you are fufill certain needs, or due to kissing yoqr loved one. You emotional problems on the can stop drinking. To get part of one or both ofthe part Facing The Teenage Problem 8\' KATHY EDWARDS Not All A brother may certainly be a good one to you However that doesn't mean he should be or is even ready to be a father. The same goes for a sister. She may not be ready to be a mother. In today's society though, girls are forced into being a mother, ready or not. Once a baby ha s been conceiv ed, that young lady starts looking toward the day when she'll take her new baby home But what about that "brother" who is now a father, is he also preparing himself for his respon sibilities? o Unfortunately, most teenage fathers today only re main so-called "brothers" and forget all about being fathers. They don't want the respon sibility of being a father, neither do they have the courage to even try because they themselves have much Brothers Should The Pastor had a message last Sunday, ''A Minor In An Adult World." Whether you believe it or not, that's what's gofng on in our community to Children are playing adult game s and they are not rea dy for it. Teeoager s are in such a h4rry to g e t their own apart ment so that they can do all the thing s that parents won't allow them to. But as long as you can stay at home and only have a few chores and go to school, you had better count your blessings. Once you get out there into the world, you will find that so many things your parents had been telling you are true. Maybe at home you had loving parents and someone was there to encourage you or praise you when you did well. When you get out into the real world, there may not be Be Fathers .. National Urban League anyone to give you a pat on the back. Sometimes you have to encourage yourself. It's either swim or sink. It's stand on your own two feet. It's make it or fail. It's pay the rent or get put out. So before y ou go all the way with a "brother," y ou ough t to know i f that brother i s go ing all the way, too. Numbe r I, yoy shouldn't be having sex, b\.lt if you are, is that a responsible person? Be careful, be responsible. Being a father is a lot more than just making a baby. If you really want to know how a real man handles sex and deals with being a father, call or visit your local Urban League office. C started on your road to sueners. A single, uncounselled cess, you must do two things. incident may not in itself, con. growing up to do. Don't forget to come out to the Back to School Revival" at Independent COGIC, 3101 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 "CC = < l"ll I. : to. ;;... = :; = I = = First, stop telling yourself that stitute grounds for destroying you can't stop drinking, a relationship whq_se positive because you are lying to benefits, in retrospect, may yourself and believing your outweigh the negative. Get own lies. Second, stop thinkcompetent marital advice, if ing irrationally. You have needed. stopped drinking for long "Dear Dr. Faulkner: periods in the past and can do I have been on one diet after it again. If your physician told another and really do want to you that you would die should lose weight. I was on a diet for you take another drink, you three weeks but I went out would stop immediately. with some friends and stupidly That is logical, rational ate the wrong food. Then I thinking. Your present thinksaid, the heck with it and got ing is emotional, not logical. completely off the diet. I'm a Since we know that you have first class fool and really hate the ability to think logically, myself. Janice, Baltimore." put that logical mind of yours Dear Janice: to use and do the right thing to You are none of the protect your own health. negative names which you un Then, get the psychological fairly give yourself. When you assistance that you need with think of yourself in those professional counseling or terms, you simply make Alcoholics Anonymous. yourself more stressed, which "Dear Dr. Faulkner: causes the compulsion to eat. I am going through a period You are a person who made a of deep depression that I can't mistake. No one is perfect. control because my husband is The thing for you to do is to in a relationship outstop making yourself feel bad side of our marriage. The lady when you make a mistake. he has dated works with him. Don't look back but look He said that he would disconahead to improving yoursel"f. tinue the relationship but I The most important thing to have given up on him and consider is the commitment refuse to accept his apologies that you are making for the and promises. Should I seek a future, and to stick to it. divorce? He is the scum of the Waste no more time lam earth. Wouldn't it make me basting yourself for past THE WAREHOUSE SALES 713 A -S. HOWARD AVENUE OPEN SUN., MON., THURS., FRI. 10 AM-6:30PM CLOSED SATURDAy 1 ........ .... It's so easy to have the fun and to have # sex. But what about. being responsible for your actions? What about paying the price for what you've done? '> How To Sta) On A Diet If your problem isn't eating between meals but overeating at meals (your diary will tell you within a week), then treat yourself to an extra course shortly before mealtime. Have a filling, but low-calorie, treat fi teen minutes before din ner and you'll be less in clined to overeat." Icy cold raw vegetable sticks are good. Try cucumber slivers, carrot sticks, flowerettes of cauliflow.er, kept chilled and ready. A hot drink cari con quer hunger pangs bet ween meals, yet add prac tically no calories. Try a hot herbal tea blend, or a acup of vegetable bouillon. Learn your snack signals. If you always make a trip to the refrigerator -or the office snack bar at 3 p.m., then choose that exact time to brush your hair and freshen your makeup in stead. Break out of your rut. Beat The Heat Try Salad For A Change Orange-Pea-Rice Salad 2 cups cold cooked rice 2 medium oranges, peeled and sectioned (about 1 cup) 1 package (10 ounces) frozen peas, cooked and drained Poppy-Seed Dressing (recipe follows) 3 cups shredded escarole or ro-Poppy-Seed Dressing 3 tablespoons each cider vinegar and sugar Y2 teaspoon each dry mustard and salt 6 tablespoons oil 1 teaspoon poppy seed In small bowl or in blender beat or blend vinegar, sugar, mustard and salt 1 to 2 minutes. Gradually add oil a little at a time, beating until thick. Stir in poppy seed. Chill, Makes about% cup. 248-1921 maine Mix well rice, oranges and peas. Chill. Just before serv ing, toss with Poppy-Seed Dressing. Arrange on escarole. Makes 4 servings. Per serving: 231 cal, 6 g pro, 35 g car, 8 g fat, 0 mg cho/ SINK OR SWIM? It s never too late to learn howtoswim.justcall us and sign up for a Red Cros s swimming class + American Red Cross Superior .Beauty Salon. 2808 Tampa St. 229-0059 (Corner Tampa&. Warren) .. Owner Curls $35 Specializing In: Perms Haircuts Weaving Hair Coloring And All Other Hair Care Treatment No Appointment Necessary Closed Monday Senior Citizen Specials Tuesday

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travel and Mid-Decemb er, if you want bargain rates. Accommodations There are many types of home en vironments on the islands; some include: elegant villas with a full staff, luxury hotels to small and special inns. Be sure that you research what kind of place that you would like. Some places include your own kitchen facilities and you The Jamaica Experience By JAMES RANSOM Welcome aboard, my traveling friends! For the next few weeks I will be informing you about how to prepare for a trip to Jamaica and what to expect when you get there. First let me tell you that Jamaica had been experien cing a few problems with em pfoyee strikes iri some of its major cities. This had caused water and electricity problems for the hotel industry. At present, everything is back to normal and you need not worry. Rest assured that the Jamaican people will do everything necessary to ensure that you will have a comfor table and enjoyable visit to their lovely island paradise. If Jamaica i's your next stop, there are a few things about traveling there that you should know. 1. Have a birth certificate and/ or a voter card, along with your drivers license. (U.S. and Canadian citizens are not required to present a passport to enter Jamaica). 2. Be sure you carry mostly travelers checks, if you lose or misplace them, they can easily be replaced. 3. If you are carrying $5,000.00 US. or more, be prepared to give reasons why to customs officials. 4. Try not to pack too many bags because most airlines flying to Jamaica have restrict ed the amount of luggage that they will allow yqu to travel with, free of charge. (Be prepared to pay extra for extra luggage). 5. Read as much about Jamaica as possible. The more knowledge you have about the country, the more you will un derstand its people and their traditions. Now that you are ready to go, you may ask: "When is it best to go to Jamaica? The weather in Jamaica is an average 75 throughout the year, which means during the winter months in the states, is quite nice. Sum mer, winter, fall or spring, it .. v,;,u't matter; you will find the weather is perfect at anytime of the year. Note: Hurricanes usually GOTO JAMAICA $J99 3 Days 2 Nights Call : 884-6734 Ask For : James Ransam may want to bring some of tours such as Club MED, your recipes and cooking utenwhich offer an all inclusive originate in the Caribbean but sils. plan: All meals, drinks and they don't stir up trouble until recreation for a set price. they reach Florida or the Gulf By Air Or Sea: You have a Cruise lines offer the of Mexico. tn any case, choice of traveling to Jamaica ultimate package tour, and Jamaica has il weat'her. by air, if you want to arrive many of them also give you tracking station a:nd you Will quickly or cruise, if you want "FREE" air transportation have a choice of to to take your time and visit a between your home and the higher ground or taking : the few spots along the way. If cruise ship's home port. flight out. 1 you want to fly, you may want Cruising can be lots of fun, to consider a package tour, but you must decide on what If Jamaica is your next stop, h" h all 1 d w 1c us.J y me u es round cruise ship you wish to travel the best time to go is whenever trip airfare, hotel accomand to what other islands you can pack yourbags. Plan modations and/or a meal along the way. The one disad... la.,.n,;.;..., travel is that you are seldom in any port long enough to get a real feel for the place you are visiting. However, if you are interested in seeing a few spots and the convenience of not packing and unpacking a lot, cruise ships are the best way to go. 00 fD = = fD = = -fD = = riJ 5 Q. < fD = fD > = Q. ::I. I C'.l fD = c =-c = riJ

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to "CS -= I'll -::sl = c -Early Registration Urged For All New Students Register in your school any onday-through-Thursday as soon as you can, rather than wait to do it on the first day of classes, Monday, Aug. 26th. That's the rather urgent re quest issued this week by Hillsborough County Schools officials to all new students have moved into the nty this summer. The same plea extends to enrollees in kindergarten first grade classes, and to who attended schools the county last year but who moved to other school during the summer. "Invariably many teacher s and students lose valuable time the 'first day of classes every year because new students show f.P late to get registered," saitl James Ran dall, Asst. Supt. for Ad ministration. "An early registration can help the new year get off to its be s t start possible," he added. New attendance informa tion pamphlets e s pecially designed for newcomers have been issued b y the school s ystem and are available at local-area Chamb e r s of Com merce, he s aid. They detail th e information required fo r s chool r e gistration s uch a s physical e x ams and proof of residence. F AMU Dean Honored By Gov. Graham Florida A&M University Dean of University Relations Will Jenkins (Lt. Col., U.S. Army, Ret.), right gets a handshake from Florida Gov. Bob Graham (left) during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet June 18. Jenkins was honored with a special resolution commending him for nearly five years of outstand ding service as State Director of Selective Service. Jenkins is stepping down from that post on June 30. "3 = I c ; c ttl Howard Professor Received National Bar Association's Highest A ward Dr. J. Clay Smith, professor of law at Howard University School of Law, received the National Bar Association's highest award, the C. Francis Stradford Award, on July 26 at the association's 60th an nual convention in Chicago. The National Bar Association was founded in 1925 as an organization for black attorneys. C Francis Stradford was a co-founder of theNBA. Dr. Smith has had a distinguished career as a prac, tieing attorney, a government official, a law school professor and an author. He has been professor of law at Howard since 1982. He was by President Reagan to be ac ting chairman of Employment O_p.portuni t y Commission -ano served from 1981 to 1982. He was also ap pointed by President Jimmy Carter to be commissioner on the EEOC and served from 1977 to 1981. Formerly, he was deputy chief, associate general counsel and acting general counsel of the Cable Television Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission. He was also formerly with the Washington law firm of Arent, Fox, Kint ner, Plotkin & Kahn and with the Redevelopment Land Agency of the D.C governTHE GREAT REV. MAKO SPIRITUAL READER, HEALER, ADVISOR Tells past, present and future. He knows all, tells all. If you are sick and in bad health. Knows your enemies! Is your loved one drifting away? Do you need money? If you have a Curse or Bad Spell he can help you break the bad luck. One visit can or maybe solve all your prob,ems. His specialty is getting the sick well and reuniting the loved ones. Lucky Days and Numbers are given IF YOU NEED HELP DON T HESITATE COME NOW LATER ,MAY BE TOO LATE COME BY HIS OFFICE OR CALL 134-2241, 219 W. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. 4 BLOCKS WEST OF 1-75, TAMPA. BUS RIDE FROM ANYWHERE. CLIP THIS AD FOR A SPECIAL READING HCC Launches Dual Enrollment Program Qualified high school students can now enroll at Hillsborough Community College while still in high school, thus earning college credit s and benefiting from a challenging cirriculum. Called the Dual-Enrollment Program, the program offers qualified students the oppor tunity to take college courses instead of certain high school electives. This enables them to get a "head start" on their advanced education and makes the time spent in high s chool more productive 1 Cour s e s are taught at the high s chool by teacher s who are certified to instruct on a co,llege level. Courses such as Advanced College Reading and Introduct i on to College Mathematics will help s tudents to be better prepared once they enter college full-time. And, although the students actually receive college credits for these courses, they pay no tuition and are not charged for their books. All fees have been waived as part of the agree ment between the College and the Hillsborough County School system. PoetrY===== 'N ======Prose No More Whispers, South Africa No more whispers Beneath the pounding sticks Beneath the bullets quick the bruising kicks NO MORE That a brother died In brother's blood And sister cried In the redening mud Her young ones, cold Beneath tile burning sun Staring upon injustice done i Planning within their villages worn Fighting within their townships torn Dying for their freedom scorned NO MORE WHISPERS, NO MORE. College credits earned in the Dual-Enrollment Program may be used toward a two year degree at HCC, or transferred to another state in stitution of higher learning. JEFFERY G. JONES Anyone interested in this program is urged to contact their high school counselor, or Dr. Leo Diaz at Hillsborough Community College (879-7222). Deferred Giving Program Adds Spirit To UNCF NEW YORK -A-s part of a continuing commitmeiM...to the United Negro College Fund The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States is launching a deferred-giving program to benefit 43 historically black colleges and :;orne 45,000 students who at-' tend the schools annually. Through the "Charitable Gifts of Life" program, donors purchase Equitable Life Insurance policies nam ing UNCF as and beneficiary. This enables them to make substantial tax deductible contributions to black higher-education and spread the cost s over s everal years. A s beneficiary and owner of insurance poli cies purchased through Equitable's deferred giving program, the United Negro College Fund has full u s e of the policie s cash reserve s during the lifetime of the policy holder s. "The "Charitable Gift s of Life" program affords donors a very practical method of contributing to black higher education, according to Christopher F. Edley, pre si dent and chief executive of ficer of the College Fund "Today's black colleges and universities depend on private support, not only to survive, but to achieve long-range financial security that provides educational opportunities for generations to come." John Carter, president and chief executive officer of Equitable, takes pride in the "Charitable Gifts of Life" program because, "Education i s the pa s sport to needed skill s and good job s It i s the foun dation for the belief that America is truly a land of o portunity for all who strive to meet its challenge $ ''MONEY!'' Kids Are You Looking For Extra Spending Cash For The Summer? 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... A Famous Black Celebrity Scope > *YOUR* HOROSCOPE. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Initiate activities involving the education of young folks, perhaps physical sports. Hasty movements can result in injury. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): A change in residence is a possibility maybe just refurbishing yo ur surround ings. Cor.rect any unsafe or hazardous conditions. GEMINI (May 20-June 20): Conditions may call for an ad jus tment in educational pur suits. Your positive mental ap proach brings a brilliant solu tion. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Your speculative urges are strong. Use good judgment and don't get in over your head. LEO (July 23-August 22): Your vitality is high and you tumble headlong into one thing after another. Slow down a little and enjoy the view VIRGO (August 23-September 22): Excitement stirs inwardly and you are eager to get started on new undertakings. Take a trial run with a co-worker. LIBRA (Sep"tember 23-0ctober 22): Friends and. a ssoci ates make sure you are a prominent figure in social ac tivities. Your popularity is high SCORPIO (October 23-November 21): Your stabilizing presence keeps the wheels of progress turning. In itiating new career activitie s brings advancement. SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): Concentrate on ironing out the details of a plan for improving educa tional opportunities for thos e who have the need CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): -Good judg ment is essential in your finan cial relationships. The un. predictability of a partner could result in disaster. AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): Luck is with you in partnership ar rangements. Be receptive to new trends. Long range benefits accrue. PISCES (February 19-March 20): You conduct your affairs in a most effective manner and surprise yourself with your many ac complishments. Q uincy Contributes Musical Skills To 'Fever Pitch' QUINCY JONES Producer Freddie Fields an nounced recently that Quincy Jones and Thomas Dolby have been signed to contribute their formidable musical skills to "Fever Pitch, a contem porary drama set in the world of gambling from writer /director Richard Brooks. A recipient _o!_sixteenGra mmy Awards and sixty Grammy nominations, Quincy Jones will serve as music supervisor on the new motion picture His accomplishments include the Emmy Award-wirining score for "Roots, as well as the most nominated album in music history, "Dude," which by itself earned Jones nine Grammy Awards. He produc ed Michael Jackson's "Thriller, the biggest-selling albuin in music history, and most recently served as the conductor and producer of the spectacular "U.S.A. for Africa" album. Thomas Dolby, recognized as one of the world's leading electronic musicians, will write and perform the music for "Fever Pitch' at his studio in London. To date he has earn ed nominations for Mr. Baldwin's works are perhaps the most widely ac claimed for the past 30 years or more from Black America. After a brief tenure, as a boy preacher in Harlem, Mr. Baldwin turned to writing very In high school he was appointed Editor of the school magazine. Later, he received a Eugene Saxton Fellowship, which aided him in pursuing his writing career full-time. He published "Go Tell It On The Mountain" in 1953. It was his first novel and it was a big hit with the critics. Some of his other writings included "Notes Of A Native Son", "Giovanni's Room", "Nobody Knows My Name",, "Another Country", "The Fire Next Time", 'Tell Me How Long", "The Train's Been Gone", "If Beale Street Could Talk", "Nothing per sonal'', "The Devil Finds Work" ahd "Just Above My Head. Born in New York on August 2, 1924, Mr. Baldwin's Sun occupied the fourth duad of LEO. There is a triple-Pluto influence there indicating staying power and deter mination. It is perhaps the most powerful dua:d in the whole zodiac. These natives can be relentless in achieving their aims and objectives and possess the inherent ability to improve situations because of their energy, vitalify, self-confidence and }liffative Many of these natives have piercing, penetrating eyes which is associated wit" certain Pluto types. The most distinguishing JAMES BALDWIN NovelistEssayist feature of the chart is the SUN in LEO trine Jupiter in Sagit tarius. This increases the chances for success in life; because it indicates a far seeing broad outlook, and sound judgment. The natives with Jupiter in Sagittarius are usually successful in enter : prises and often receives honors and is a leader among his associates. It is favorable for matters connected with sports, philosophic or religious bodies. Mercury in Virgo gives Mr. Baldwin a good intellect and bestows upon him the ability for and memorizing. It also indicates the power of persuasion; a good scholar or linguist, fluency as a writer, well-informed, capable in detail, sequence and ex pression. Mars opposes Mer cury, so Mr. Baldwin is liable to brain troubles through overwork, excitement or lack a of suitable opportunity for ex; pression of his particular ability, which results in t:= irritability and periods of 5: exhaustion and disorganization of the ; stomach and digestive organs. -c1 No wonder he had to escape to Frapce. If he'd stayed here his works would have met with g" great difficulty. The MARS-c. VENUS combination also strengthens the changes of gain through enterprises,' pleasure, sport, practical arr tistic ability, music and matCll ters requiring artistic and mechanical skilL > = c. .. I -MAZE GETS GOLD AT SUPERFEST Frankie Beverly (center) of popular Capitol Records recording group Maze is congratulated by celebrity athletes at recent Budweiser Superfest i._ Los Angeles upon receiving his sixth Gold Album with his latest release ''Can 'r Stop The Love. "Congratulating Beverly and sharing the excitement are from left A d R 1 Lakers star Jamaal Wilkes Houston Oilers quarterback Warren Moon and at right IS NBA Enroll Now n ece ve Sacramento Kings star R;ggie Theus. Maze headlined the Los Angeles which '50 OFF TUITION featured Prince protege Jesse Johnson, Teena Marie and Q.T. Hush and surpnse guest Rick Become A Certified Nail Technician James. The Budweiser Superfest is the nation's premiere rhythm and blues all-star concert. 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RCA To Revive Sam Cooke Music NEW YORK In what has become a veritable Sam Cooke revival, RCA Records has an nounced plans to release a se cond new package of Cooke material this fall. The forth<;9ming _double album set, entitled The Man And His Music, will contain Cooke's performances of his own com positions. It follows the release, last spring, of Sam Cooke Live At The Harlem Square Club, /963, which brought forth such over whelming critical and public acclaim that RCA was promp ted to release a single from it in "Bring It On Home To Me"I"Nothing Can Change This Love" -both sides also being Cooke originals. Harlem Square inspired a tremendous new interest in the life and recordings of Sam Cooke, fueled by e_cstatic reviews and LP sales that were way beyond original forecasts. Its success also led to.segments about Cooke on b d th MTV and "Solid Gold," and is just now starting to generate simi lar excitement overseas. The Man And His Music, like the preceding Harlem Square, was compiled b y RCA 's vice president of A&R Greg Geller in association with SAM COOKE'S LEGEND LIVES ON! The Sam Cooke, who died in 1964, is amazingly once again in the forefront of popular music with RCA's release of Sam Cooke U v e at the Harlem Square Club One N ight Stand. The 22-year-old album hit the best-seller charts (with a bullet!) last week and RCA has issued a unique live single, "Brin g it on Home to Me, from the critically acclaimed LP. The great soul singer is shown here, back in 1964, posed in front of the head of a four-story billboard that heralded his appearance at New York's famed Copacabana nightclub. Presents The Fall Classic Fashion Show 1985 ''10 Best Dressed Finalists'' Hors D' Oeurves Happy Hour Live Band VIdeo Screen Spotlight After Party HILTON Riverside Ballroom (Downtown) Saturday, August 17, 1985 7:30P.M. $10Advance Don't Miss It! YOUTH ON PARADE-RCA recording artist Menudo recently received the "Youth Inspira tional Award" in Los Angeles for their contributions to the yo uth of the city. Pictured at the award ceremony are, left to right: Reve Gibson, founder of the Youth Awards prog ra m in Los Angeles; Menudo members Ricky Martin, Robby Ro s a Ro y Ro s ello and Raymond Acevedo; and Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradle y. Stevie Wonder Is Guest On Premiere Of 'The Motown Revue Starring Smokey Robinson' Stevie Wonder per fo rm s his premiere s how: bit hig "/Just Called To Say I Robinson performs his Love You" on the premiere 'Comedy/music video, pre sentation of NBC-TV's "You've Reall y Got a Hold musicvariety se rie s "The On Me," ba s ed on his record Motown Revue Starring ed hit of the s ame name. Smokey Robinson," Friday, Robinson inducts Wonder Aug. 9 (9-10 p.m. NYT). Gold into the s how' s Hall of Gold a Record singer-song-writer-' comedic honor given to well record producer Smokey k nown mu sic personalities. Robinson is host of the series. The Four Tops perform a Also g ue st-starri n g on t he medley of their hits, including premiere are DeBarge Vanity, "/ Can't Help Myself (Sugar Arsenio Hall, Leo O Brien Pie, Hone y Bunch)" and and George Solomon. Reach Out, I ll Be There." The program will be the first Comics Arsenio Hall and prime-time music-variety George So lomon along with series to be telecast in stereo. actor Leo O'Brien, appear in More than 25 NBC Television humorous vignettes with Stations and affiliates will Robinson. carry the stereo presentation Other highlights of the Allen Klein, Cooke's manager and publisher. Besides showcasing the legendary soul star's extraor dinary vocal prowe ss, it also brings his masterful pop song craftsmanship to the fore. Cooke, who died at age 33 in December, 1964, influenced an entire generation of soul and rock artist s wit h music that is now being proven timeless once again. SMOKEY ROBINSON ... Host DeBarge performs "Rhythm Of the Night" and Vanity offers "Samuelle." Robinson and his guests perform in the "The Motown Revue, designed after a Moto w n Records mu sica l act that toured United State s cities STEVIE WONDER ... Guest in the 1960 s. Steve Binder is the director, he and writers Robert Illes and James R. Stein are the pro ducers. "The Motown Revue Starring Smokey Robinson, a Motown / Schlatter produc tion, is taped at the NBC Studios in Burbank, CA. The program airs in this area on WXFL-Channel 8 Said Geller, ''Artists as diverse as Oti s Redding, Rod Stewart, Herman's Hermit s, Aretha Franklin, Cat Stevens, The Spinners, The Animals, Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes, Dr. Hook, and The Manhattans have all revived Sam Cooke so ng s with tremen dou s s ucc ess over the years sinc e hi s death. The Man And His Music will bring his greatest copyrights together in one album for the first time." BAR-B-QUEKING 3501 E. 238-9024 OPEN ON SUNDAYS 2 P.M. UNTIL 10 P.M. Stop By And Visit Us After Church = ... = I = = ;; = c:r ... Cll === Cll > = = .. ... I = 0 =-=-... c = Cll

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ll'l oc .... $2.6 Million Renewal Planned For Central Harlem Theater NEW YORK -Harlem's commercial st rip, after than 15 years without a rst-run movie theater, is set get one in renovation prothat officials call another of the area's improving and fortunes. e president of the Harlem Development CorporaDonald J Cogsville, said approvals were expected the next two weeks for $2.6 million renovation of Loews Victoria Theater, on 125th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Street. The Harlem theater s will be called Movieland, ac cording to the president of Cine 42, Leonard Clark Thi s develoPJJient along with the renovation and reopening of the Apollo Theate r a few doors away, and the shopping t mall being built across the street," Cog s ville said, "will give all the businesses here more pedestrian traffic to draw on and will s how the financial community that so methin g i s happenin g on 125th Street and in Harlem." The renovation will convert the 2,225 seat house into four theaters and a small restaurant, to be operated by Cine 42 Inc., which now operates four theaters on 42d Clark, who first tried to renevate and open the theater four years agb, but was unable to arrange private financing ; said the availability of that' financing now was a sign of changing perceptions of. Harlem. ,,. Blacks Pay $60 Million For Televisio .. Station For years Edward Lewis has to build a communica -:Time Inc. Last week, the chief executive of Essence Communications Inc. and publisher of Essence magazine said he was one step closer. Lewis said Essence and four other black investors won the CLARENCE 0. SMITH bid to buy WKBW-TV in Buf falo from Capital Cities Communications Inc. -the largest TV station purchase by black investors. WKBW-TV will be the eighth black-owned station in the USA. The station's fair market value has been estimated at $93.4 million, but Lewis said his group's bid was between $65 million and $80 million I've always wanted to emulate Time Inc.," say Lewis, 45, who quit a banking career to start I'm trying to build a communica-co and our i s to run as successful a TV sta tion as possible." Lewis said there are no plans to change the programming or manage ment. He and Clarence 0. Smith, co"founder and president of Essence, the main in vestors, Lewis s aid. The others: James Bruce Llewellyn, chairman of the Philadelphia Coca-Cola Botti. ing Co. and former head of the Overseas Private Invest ment Corp. in the Carter administration; Donald F. McHenry, former ambassador; John H. Johnson, head of Johnson Publishing Co. inc., publisher of Ebony and Jet magazines; and Dick Gidron, owner of two car dealerships in New York. "We hav e been thinking about --this since 1978 1979,'' Lewis said. Lewis, Smith and three others founded f :ssenL'e for black women 15 years ago. Three of the partners dropped out after trying to gain control of the company in 1977. = Since then Lewis and Smith 0 have taken Essence Communication s on a diver s ifica tion spree La s t year, they formed a direct-mail divi s ion, Z the Essence Intimates apparel line, and nationally syndicated FSSFNCF, The Televi s ion Hollywood Celebrities Support Black On Black Love DALLAS, TEXAS Sponsored by Pro-Line Hair Products and planned and directed by Ms. Verna Thomas, the recent Black On Black Love against Black On Black Crime Family Day Pic nic and Celebrity Tenni s Tournament at Keist Park that drew 20,000 people without an incident, is still the talk of the town in the City of Dallas, Texas. The Black on Black Love against Black on Black Crime Campaign is nationally endorsed by the American Health and Beauty Aids In stitute(AHIBA). and the cam paign founder, Mr. Ed Gardner, President of Soft Sheen markets. Essence Communications, a private company, have sales of more than $25 illion this year, Lewis s ays Lewis and Smith, 50, went to the same high school in the Bronx-Lewis was a football star, Smith a soccer star -but did not meet until 1968, when they attended a seminar on black businesses. A few months la.ter, Lewis and Smith quit their jobs to launch l:."ssence. They hoped to raise $1 million but scrounged up only $130,000 because "we were without publishing exHair Products Company of Chicago, along with other AHIBA executives were pre sent for the successful event that hrought a numher of Hollywood Celehrities to Dallas. A party to welcome AHIBA executives and Hollywood Celebritit;s partidpating,in the Celebrity Tennis portion of the program and guests was given a the home of the Presi dent of Pro-Line Hair Corporation, Mr. and Mrs. Com er J. Cotlrell. Photographed at the gala hosted by Mrs. Isabell Cottrell and standing ieft to right: Rodney Lawrence, Director of Marketing AHIBA, Mr. Ed perience ... and we were black," says Lewis. Essence now i s the leading (;ardner, President of Soft Sh en Hair Products and fot nder of Black on Black Loy against Black on Black Crime Campaign, Mrs. Isabell <.:ottrell, Lafayette Jones, Director of AHIBA, actor l)trek Thompson of "The Younx And /he Nest/en" television series, and actor and karate champion Jim Kelly. Other Hpllywood celebrities present for the event included Roger E. Mosley who plays the role of T.C. on the weekly television series ''.Haxnum ."./. ", along with King who starred in a number o feature films including "Heport T'o The Commi.\ shlner''. black women's magazine; its circulation was more than 700,000 last year 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 Jobnson'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. SUNDAY NIGHT ALl. MAI.E REVUE WI KING FI.IRT 9 P .M -11 P.M. LADIES ONLY TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES NIGHT LOTS OF FREE CHAMPAGNE WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Program, a half-hour weekly

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. .................................................................... Will The Real King Of Rap Please Stand Up TV GUIDE FRIDAY AUGUST 2, 1985/ BROADCAST ) ..... Presented with some cold hearted competition, Kurtis Blow is seen trying to convince us he is the real King of Rap. At least it seems obvious who will last longer! The ice sculpture was given to Kurtis at a recent Rap Party held at Private Eyes in New York City to celebrate the upcom ing movie Krush Groove" in which the real King of Rap will play himself. PolyGram Record s sees a more promising future for Kurtis than his competition! Relax Kurti s now we know you are the real King of Rap! Bill Withers, Talent Search Winners To Star At Delta Gala @WEDU @WXFL (N8C J '!;oday Santa Le s a A Deal Salt Of The Century wee Fortune Scrabble News All In The Family Days 9ur Lives Rockford Files Allin The Family Taxi Good Morn ing America News Cannon Police will go to the Delta Research and Evangeline Morse, Gary, 2 oo on The Co.'' and Educational Foundation IN Visual arts winners are: NFL which the sorority has recently Thorn Shaw, Cincinnati; Ben established to undertake Jones, Jersey City, NJ, and K. 15 Line Han or 30 New Tech Fame Game research on the education of Joy Ballard-Peters, Atlanta, 45 Times Houston black children," Mrs. Canady LeBaron Taylor, the gala d h 30 Special New York sa1 co-sponsor, said I S CBS 45 Gianh 15 Soccer @WTVT CCBSJ CBS Morn ing News Pr;amid Jo er's Wild Proce Is !:light Pulse f.lust Hour Movie: --"The sackHi" Part 2 t;,. 'FIGA Golf 5>pen The record company and Records staff, besides Pro500 German Delta undertook a national ducer Lythcott, involved with 4305 :: That's h f f Hollywood searc or emergmg pro esthe program is Dr. George 6 oo Austin News News News sional talent, according to Butler music director 15 City 30 Limits NBC News ABC News CBS News Mrs. Josie Johnson, of Each talent awardee will 45 (2j)WFT Inspector Gadget Tranzor RollcitiCII WI, Wild West Movoe: "AI War With The Army" 15oiak Blue Flamingo Road m ers assac use s, c air receive a trophy from Delta. 15 Matters Of The Fortune Miss Buddies > N A h t M h tt h 7 00 Healili Lofestyles Wheel Of The 1986 Bosom of Delta's Arts & Letters Com-At the affair, Mrs. Canady rs mission. Talented black artists will also gi.ve special recogni-Boo Do'-=c"'to"'r ____ _____ Hee ..._, 15 Who Time Hooker "Doc" Hooker Haw were sought in the performing, tion to Clementine Hunter, a 30 It's Your > visual and literary arts, she 99-year-old primitive artist, 9 :: A Love CBS Movoe: Love country s aid from Baton Rouge, Loui s iana From Boat Boat .., The performing arts win-45 Off center Family Music ners: Dyann Robinson, 1 ooo OntyWhen Hunter Fonder Wold Finder M 15 I Laugh Focus z Tuskegee, Alabama, dancer; @.]]/; rs 44 .., Darcus Speed, Las Vegas, W 11 00 t:!ws News News News Movoe: ><: Nevada, vocalist; Marcus Saturday Movie: SBeor.geoant ..,::c. Eley, Indianapolis, Indiana, 45 Showcase classicial clarinetist; and Nina 248-1 I 12:4 1 5 5 !l'" StartOf Heidi" Moon" M .... ........ ..

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