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James Campbell 'New Employee' At THA r (SEE STORY ON PAtiE fA ;:-..... ) ( (), .. :, All The News Fit To Print AMERICA'S SENod-WEEKLY --110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 72 TAMPA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Parents Happy Over Child Care Decision (SEE STORY ON PAGE 22-A) Policeman Arrested For Rape {\l .:A CONCERN FOR CHRISTIAN EDUCATION DISCUSSED Concern fol' the Christian Education Ministers Institute was aired during meetings at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church. It was one of several segments of the recent Christian Education Congress recently held at Curtis Hixon Convention Center by Bishop Phillip R. Cousin, Presiding Prelate, 11th Episcopal District of Florida. Tampa District Presiding Elder A. D. Burton, center, is shown with a former St. Paul pastor, the Rev. Leroy Kennon of Orlando, left; and the Rev. C. D. Dixon, pastor of Tampa's St. Luke A.M.E. Church. -, (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A) ... NEW HOPE PASTOR AND WIFE HONORED Special honor was recently paid to the Rev. and Mrs. John Willis, right, at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. The occasion was the minister's 33rd anniversary as the church's pastor. Guest speakers for the special services were the Rev. C. P. Epps, pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist Church; the Rev. Bernard LaFayette, Jr., shown here, left, with the honored couple; and the Rev. W. T. Carpenter, pastor of Tme Love Baptist Church.


.......... ...... .. .. .................................................................... :: James Campbell Hired As 'New already incurred officer Employee' W-ith Tampa Housing total $46,303.20 to represenPatterson previously told ::J tatives for the housing the board that because of the t.:l When James Campbell was BY GWEN HAYES dard six months probationary authority' recording and size of the case in terms of laid off from the Tampa Sentinel Managing Editor period ... transcript and the hearing ofdollars, the Dept. of Housing Housing Authority in Although Campbell is exficer. Attorney's fees already and Urban Development September 1983 during a pected to start the new posipaid in the Campbell matter (HUD) would, more than like Q reorganization of the authorition within two weeks, the total $ 37 318 22 to Attorneys ly, not allow the board to use Peter Zinober and Hart federal funds to grant back ty personnel, Campbell believgrievance he filed against the ed that he had been mistreated housing authority has not been ($ 30 335 87 ) and to Atty. Bell, pay and cover legal fees. "'CS and went through the many completely settled necessary channels to prove In a special meeting antl:tat he had, wrongly been nounced for Monday, August the position as director 12, the board will entertain a of housing. motion for reconsideration of ose channels have taken action taken by the board on Can'ipbell through many hours May 17. The board at that ." arguments by his attorney, time vete.d 4-2 tp reltife Galbp!. Warren H. Dawson, to prove bell; consideration of final that his tei:inirration was not disposition of the hearing of-du but to ficer's report (findings of fact political influence. JAMES CAMPBELL and recommendation .. Those months of litigation Filed Grievance Estimated back pay and and persistence regarding his benefits due Campbell are rights may have paid off for Campbell. This past May, the $102,274.96. However, PatterHousing Authority Board said son told the Sentinel he would '\ JUAN PATTERSON .. Executive Director he should be reinstated as an more than likely recommend employee in a position comthat he be paid $50,000, minus parable to the position he unemployment compensation held. through March 1, 1985. Tampa Housing Authority Executive Director Juan Pat terson informed Campbell in a letter this week that he has been "selected for the position of Operations Manager ... at a rate of pay of $34,756.80 annually." This is a new position that places Campbell in charge of the maintenance depart ment and project managers. Campbell has been hired "as a new employee with the stan-Village's Clean-Up Will Gradually Be Campaign Completed ATTY. WARREN DAWSON .. Represented Ca bell ., BY PA TIY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer other unusable items) all up." J To all the residents in Progress Village who still have ::S discarded items near the roadIf side, the word is be patient. The Civic Council President is making plans on either using the county trucks (which are provided free of charge) on Atty. Warren H. Dawson has submitted a statement of $33,750 for 225 hours of labor as representative of Campbell from Sept., 1983 through = = = I = = That unsightly debris will be picked up and hauled off soon. The community's clean-up campaign, which was schedul ed for Saturday, July 27 and 2, ran into some dif ficulties. Three streets in Unit 2 and all the streets in Unit 1 were not serviced. According to Civic Council President Clarence Fort, "We' didn't get the volunteer help which we were looking for to work on those two Saturdays." Fort stated that there were only a "few adults. We mostly used young people and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 14." But'he quickly added, "We are going to do the best that we can. We are going to pick it (the furniture, appliances, and Saturday, August 17, or get-Fl .d Sh rr ting Gardinier Phosphate Orl a er1 S Company to assist in hauling Address Jail the items to the dump. "I have had numerous Problems phone calls," he stated. "All Hillsborough County of this is volunteer, it always Sheriff Walter c. Heinrich has has been. And it has always taken three to four weeks to just returned from the 72nd Annual conference of the pick up everything. Florida Sheriffs Association, "Basically it was a problem held in Jacksonville, attended of having less help this year by 51 Sheriffs and a large than any other year," Fort group of criminal justice of-further emphasized. "The ficials. residents must realize that the "Jail problems were the manpower was not there. overriding concern at the four"1 was disappointed," he day conference which began exclaimed. July 28 and ended July 31 ", Fort then explained, "The said Sheriff Heinrich. "I Civic Council will look at the discovered that almost every Clean-Up Campaign very hard county in the state of Florida for next year, in order to see if is facing a jail crisis due to we should take other means" overcrowding, limited staff for beautifying the communiand insufficient funding to ty. meet mandates of State and According to Fort, "The Federal courts." Sheriff amount (of discarded items) Heinrich said that recent was very unusual. Sometimes legislative changes dealing four trucks were needed for with the state correctional one street," which slowed up system, have produced a progress. "trickle down". effect, having There was also an hour a serious impact on the operadelay for the trucks to go to tion of county jails, durnp and return. "The Sheriffs Association "We are still looking for intends to develop proposals volunteers" to help finish for the 1986 session of the < cleaning up Progress Village, Florida legislature which will 0 Fort stated. For more inforbe designed to reverse this DOG LIQUOR 5 PRICES GOOD TAMPA 8202 N Flonda Ave. 1908 S MacOill Ave 3100 Gandy Blvd 6943 W Hillsborcugh 402 1 IN Hillsborough 2001 N Dale Mabry at Spruce 3015 W Kennedy Blvd. BRANDON 1711 Brandon Blvd. 3727 E Hillsborough PLANT CITY 2812 E Hwy 92-0pen Sunday [ Superlounge & Pkg Cocktail Lounge & Pkg. l L!!!j [ffi HAPPY HOUR DAILY 4 til6 Busch 12 OZ. CANS ROOM TEMP. 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While some youngsters have been taking a breather this summer, vacationing throughout the country, or having a lot of fun, about 40 students in the bay area, in cluding St. Petersburg, have been spending their time in a tutoring program with the B. Jean Mann Tutorial Program. On Sunday, their thj past summer was rewarded when Ms. Mann presented them with certificates at a workshop/reception program attended by about 100 per sons. Program participants in cluded: William Troutman, prayer; Renita Mann, welcome; occasion Ayanna Hall; presentations, B. Jean Mann and Freddie Salter; and hostesses, Freddie Salter, Rhutellia Turner, Wonjen Campbell, Rolanda Washington, Renita Mann Estella Simon. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor "It has been a lot of hard work," Mrs. Mann said after the program, "but I've en joyed it and so have the kids." That comment was echoed by her students. Manyr have already signed up for the fall program. Sunday's program included demonstrating skills from blending sounds to decoding words to solving algebraic pro blems skills learned this summer. Ms. Mann asked language questions and the students displayed common grammatical errors. To also display the skills they've learned, the students wrote speeches to their parents, except Darren Wat son, whose speech was to Mrs. Mann, thanking her for the sacrifices she has made by "picking us up and dropping us off and making us do our work whether we wanted to or not." Ms. Mann spoke briefly to the parents and students. Two outstanding achievement awards were presented to students Miesha Agee and James Wade for having perfect scores "on an exam designed so that students couldn't make a perfect score," Ms Mann stated. The program, designed by Ms. Mann, a Specific Learn ing Disabilities Teacher at Sligh Jr. High School, is geared to students identified as having specific learning disabilities. Ms. Mann works with very small groups or one on-one and said 7511fo of her students are from "Tampa's finest private and public schools." Her students includ ed those fr'om second to lOth grades. Her method of teaching is Those who attended the awards program on Sunday afternoon at the Knollwood Manor Clubhouse included: Walter Gyden and Robert Moore, in frl>nt; from left to right, Renita Mann, Ricky Mann, Dana Gyden, program director Betty Mann, and Estella Simon, secretary to Mrs. Mann. 2301 E. Hillsborough Ave, 238-0351 406 W. Columbus Drive 229-7905 Now Open On Sundays 12-5 P M. 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 Palm River Plaza When Sandra Sanders died a few months ago, she was a recently reinstated employee with the City of Tampa. As a member o. f the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1464, her family was entitled to benefits from the national organization. Sandra's mother, Mrs. Annie Whigham, second from right, received a check in the amount of $250 from the International Amalgamated Transit Union. Ms. Whigham \ presented the check to Sumner Wilson, left, of Wilson Funer41 Home, who handled arrangements for Ms. Sanders, towards funeral ex penses incurred. Also shown on the picture are: Doris Marlow, financial secretary, ATU Loc al 1464, and Jerome Scott, presi dent. what makes the students anxclass, Ms. Mann is also con= ious to attend, one student excerned about the continued s plained. "They came on improvement of her students. !!.. bicycles, caught the bus, I "If they keep a positive attc picked them up. Nobody miss-titude and get to some great E. ed a class. Those who were teachers, they will do some [ supposed to come on the 4th great work," s he concluded.. :; of July came that Friday," !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!II ="'= Ms. Mann explained. M s Mann said s he s aw EDITOR'S NOTE drastic improvement in all of The Florida Sentine =her students. "I'm very s tern Bulletin received numero a, Nobody failed the test. The responses from the communi students must take the test as requesting further informati many times as necessary until on Children Against Deadbea ey pass it," s he stated. Dads (CADD). The article ..., "The parents were also con-published in the Friday, ; cerned about their children. 26 edition. '!' They called to make sure the For further information, child arrived safely, or to find please call Carole Landers at out if there were any pro684-0875 or 839-6741; or blems." Sheila Allen at 839-2619. As she prepares for the Fall RIC ARDO GII .MORl MORRISON, GILMORE & CLARK, P.A. ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1516 8th Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 (813) 248-6866 > = c. ""' ""' I C') = e =-Q. = (11 "0 > t.-: ..., ::c Prepared To Offer The Service You Deserve 1111:1:


.. .... .......... ............ .... .. FLORIDA SENTINEl BULLETIN : !-1 USPS 202 140 t ri.J Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin + g Publishing Co ., 2207 21st Tampa, Florida 33605 t < Mail all Correspondence To : P 0 Box 3363, Tampa, Fl. 33601 > Member of national Newspaper Assciation (NNPA) arid Am a algamated Publishers, Inc ., New York. r:z:o CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS 19011977 BEnY DAWKINS Founder Genefal Advertising Director t ,.,...,. I C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. C. BLYTHE AI(IDREWS, Ill : + President and Publisher Circulation Manager t SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS CAMILLE WILLIAMS : : General Manager Office Manager + ., t GWENDOLYN HAYES t t Managing Editor SIMON JOHNSON t Black Economics: t AVELINO CASELLAS RAMOS t t ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Production Directors f Churches And Funeral Homes Measure Tampa's Black GNP? -= = = I! I ... .. 1 < t Second Closs Postage Paid At Tampa Florida + t SUBSCRIPTION RATES + + $31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. : t PHONE : 248-1921 t ................................ It's Time For U.S. To Really Get Tough The immoral state of emergency which was recently imposed on 22 million Blacks by the white minori ty government of South Africa shows that the na tion's leaders are not serious in granting equal rights to and sharing political power with non-whites. South African police now have the authority to conduct sea-rches and seizures without warrants. During the first seven days of the state of emergen cy, 16 Blacks were killed and 1,035 people were jail ed. Still, White House spokesman Larry Speakes, said that the Reagan Administration will continue its policy of constructive engagement with the racist na tion. We again, strongly urge our government to end its "constructive engagement" by taking more in tense action to bring about the end of apartheid. Bishop Tutu has called upon the United States to take the same drastic economic sanctions against South Africa that America imposed against Nicaragua and Poland. He noted that such actions would deal a death blow to South Africa. We agree with the bishop. 'As a result of the state of emergency, the govern ment of France has recalled its ambassador and ceased all new economic investments with South Africa. Thus far, this is the strongest action taken by, any Western country. We encourage our country to follow France's lead with a stand against The technical language of economic activity cannot be applied when confining one's interest to the economic growth factors of Black com munities such as Tampa. In fact, few cities of any s1ze excusing perhaps Chicago, Atlanta, Washington D.C., and Houston, Texas, and a few other"s find Blacks into any productive enterprise out side of chur.ches and funeral homes. While there may be numerous other serviceoriented economic functions taking place, none are more fomidable in Black society than churches and funeral homes. Few if any Black pro ducers of products rank with those who prepare us for death and those who finalize the ar rangements. These limited functions are tragedies of (Part Six) economic and political discrimination which have choked Black people for cen turies Economists have a separate language and GNP (Gross Na tional Product) is probably foreign to many of our readers. It is a term the business community coined to refer to economic growth, na tionally. It represents the tota money value of the nation's annual final production or output, produced per year. It is the market value of all final goods and services produced in an economy during a year. It has since been limited to in clude but durable goods pro duced during the year; As you can see, since Blacks generally produce no such goods, they William Raspberry -Racism Is A Rea WASHINGTON Mary been overcome by many and Pringle's is one of those ideas given way to opportunity and that will either make in s tant success." Those who have sense to you or els e strike you overcome it, she argue s have as naive and maybe even been moved by different borderline silly. myths: myths that paint them South Africa. Now is the time ... Her idea which finds sup-as destined for success rather port in a recently published than doomed to failure, myths study of Indochine s e imthat lead them to see migrants -is that black themselves as members of a Americails need a new special group capable of over "myth," a new way of excoming all odds That, she plaining the world and their says, is the kind of myth Cancer May Be Linked To Bad Water A strong association betAmerican Medical Associaplace in it. blacks need to cultivate ween groundwater con-tion. Pringle, an educator who "Racism, though it is a taminated with radioactive "The incidence ofJeukemia lives in Reston, Va., says it reality, has been a destructive radium and an increased risk was greater in those counties struck her some months ago myth, giving greater power to leukemia has been unwith high levels of radium contlrat Americans generally have the odds against success than covered in southwestern tamination than in those with lost the myths that give meanexist in reality, making it Florida, researchers say. low levels of contamination," ing to their lives, and that harder even to try. What we A study of water obtained Lyman said. black Am _eric_ans in particular need is a myth that is construefrom private wells in 27 Among people living in the suffer from the loss The one tive and evokes a sense of Florida counties showed that counties with high radiation surviving myth of black identity and energy to move 10 counties had high levels of contamination, there was 1 Yz Americans, she says, is that of ahead. If we give up trying, we radium contamination and 17 times higher rate of leukemia racism as the dominant in-will lose all." had low levels, said Dr. Gary than in low contamination fluence in their lives. I have a feeling that Nathan Lyman of University of South counties, he said. For acute Myths she doesn't want Caplan, a University of Florida, Tampa. myeloid leukemia, the rate in to be misunderstood on this Michigan researcher, would Slightly more than 12 perthe high contamination counpoint are not understand exactly what cent of the samples exceeded ties was twice as high. false Indeed, whether positive Pringle is talking about. milximum contaminant levels Lyman said radiation is a or negative, they are almost Caplan has just completed a for radium and radium 226 set known cause of cancer dealways based on actual group three-year study of I ,400 In< by the U.S. Environmental pending on the type of dose of experience. dochinese refugee families, r::K: Protection Agency, he radiation, the age at exposure But the nature of the and his findings are little short ::J reported in the Journal of the and duration of exposure operative group myth can of astounding. 1-----------------------:-":" make a profound difference in These Laotians, Vietnamese don't even measure when such things are considered. If you have not noticed, one can always tell when a Black community is becoming more pop lated In the _northeast, during the mid19-teens through the World War II aftermath, Black migration hit its peak. Dominating Black enterprises were store front churches and funeral parlors. Such a trend has become established Black economic culture to' this very day. The tragedy of this whole experience is that these enter prises, unfortunately, produce no collective economic benefit to the Black masses Churches are the greatest Black-owned money-collectors in the Black community. They, to my knowledge, while serving a most important spiritual need, engage in no economic activity surrounding or connecting to the production of a good or product. This also means that they provide no jobs of any consequence o utside of the limited range of social service s Black churches may provide However, it must be said that many churches do establish some kindergarten s and child care centers where a number of people are employed The s e are, however, paying s ervices and are of no added expen s e to the church, itself. In fact, such educational s ervice s are an ad ditional income to the church. While not being necessarily critical, the Black church like other churches of different ethnic groups must become volved in investments on hardware side of economics. Where products are produced and large numbers of are employed. Funeral homes are large-scaled businesses, employment-wise. Such vices provided can be handled by the immediate family members of the owner. Thus a lucrative enterprise is established. There is nothing wrong with that; nothing per sonal. Some of my best friends are in the business. So what about Black GNP? b Y N 248 1921 group outcome s she believes. and ethnic Chinese from Viet .... ().Jl .. e ..... () .. ll .. f .... e .. lf .. S ....... .......... ...... .. ) .................... Where is it? Can it be measured where localized communities such as Tampa are concerned. One should be able to see that there is a whole new branch of economics which needs to be developed, and defined Such is what this series is all about. (To be con-


Learning Quick American Histoty "Hon. Geo Robertson, Lex ington, Ky. My Dear Sir: ... (you) once spoke of 'the peaceful extinc tion of slavery' and used other expressions indicating your belief that the thing was, at some time, to have an end Since then we have had thirty six years of experience; and this experience has demonstrated, I think, that there is no peaceful extinction of slavery in prospect for us ... On the question of liber ty; as a principle, we are not what we have been. When we were the political slaves of King George, and wanted to be free, we called the maxim that 'all men are created equal' a self-evident truth; but now, when we have grown fat, and have lost all dread of being slaves ourselves, we have become so greedy to be masters that we call the maxim 'a self-evident lie.' The Fourth of July has not quite dwindled away; it is still a great day for burning firecrackers! "That spirit which desired the peaceful extinction of slavery has itself become extinct with the occasion and men of the Revolution. HER VIEW Deadstart At Robles Park Parents in the West Tampa area were upset about the pro posed closing of the West Tampa Headstart Program, because funds were shifted to provide services in the Robles Park area. I can readily understand the feelings of those parents. Robles Park has gained a reputation of being crime in fested, riddled with blatant drug activity. The problem in Robles park has become so bad until even the residents are afraid. The question is, what parent in his right mind would want to send a child into an environ ment like that? Surely I wouldn't want my four-year old attending school there. The police are working overtime to clean up the Robles Park development, but it hasn't been done yet. I read where two county commissioners vowed to do whatever they could to keep the West Tampa Center open. And they did. That was the best thing to do. Keep the center open to serve the West Tampa neighborhood. Now the more than 300 youngsters in Robles Park will have an headstart facility too. The decision comes at a time whe n these children surely 248-1921 Reserve Insurance Company ALFREDIA BROWN Representative Specializing In Retirement, Life, Medicare Supplement & Basic Health. -= 621-9462 P.,rt. Central Office dtl Ste. 405 410 FL 33619 need it. They will not be deprieved because of the neighborhood they live in? Now the residents of Robles Park who have 4 and 5-year old kids will have a headstart program located in their com munity. The people who live in Robles Park are no different and their kids need positive programs to associate with. Robles Park is ghetto living no matter how you slice the pie. One major problem with ghetto living is that young children have very very few positive things to relate to, so they learn and adopt the ways of the Ghetto, they learn the language of the streets and become victims of their en vironment. Robles Park needs a headstart program and other such positive programs design ed to teach children that because you live in the ghetto you can have pride in yourself. And, because you were born and raised in the ghetto, it doesn't have to be your home forever. Since the West Tampa Headstart Program will be kept open and one will open in Robles Park, I hope the parents of both can get together and put the pressure wherever necessary to make the Robles Center as safe and effective as possible. '' ... The Autocrat of all the Russians will resign his crown and proclaim his sub jects free republicans, sooner than will our American masters voluntarily give up their slaves "Our political problem now is, 'Can we as a nation con tinue together permanently forever half slave, and half free?' The problem is too mighty for me ... ," letter writ ten by Abraham Lincoln in 1855, taken from l:..)ewitness, The Negro in American History. As it is too mighty for me as it still seems that we are still fighting the Civil War. Young Crispus Attucks must be roll ing over in his grave as well as former president Abraham Lincoln. 'The shell struck the fort. .. The firing then proceeded.' Ruffin had no idea that his action.. would lead to the end of the slavery he had so long defended. Few Americans did," Ibid. Many of us are not aware. We are not aware of our own history. Be us Black Americans or White Americans. We are not aware that the Civil War was more than just the War to Preservethe Union. It was the war when "American Negroes immediately answered Presi dent Lincoln's call for 75,000 volunteers to suppress the rebellion but were turned away," Ibid. It was the war when "Many former slaves, became one of Pinkerton's" (a real Pinkerton man? wow!) "most trusted agents, repeatedly crossing in to Confederate territory to bring back military information," Ibid. It was a time when "Many (ex-slaves) "tried to get the bluecoats to teach them the magic of reading and writing," Ibid. Today, we have a new word for racism, slavery, hatred, in justice and ill-health, it is call ed apartheid. We've got to "show soine respect," Tina Turner. Quick. Here's a multi ple choice American History question: Which ofthefollowing Americans contracted the dreaded AIDS disease? a) singer and dancer, Michael Jackson, b) singer, Frankie Beverly, c) Heartthrob "Rock" Hudson, d) Politician, Lester Maddox, e) singer, Prince, f) Rogers Nelson g) Heartthrob Teddy. Pendergrass. Peace Be Unto You. Child Care Center Issue Politically Infested Hopefully, Black leaders resulted in other alternatives will not allow themselves to be more acceptable and more manipulated over the child humane. care center issue involving the There are poor communities Black communitie s of West all over Tampa's inner-city, Tampa and Robles Park. The and all of them are not con finneed for such facilities for our ed to public housing projects. children in the inner-city comCrime and drug trafficking exmunities are too critical to ist in places and corners fa:r become involved in any tradebeyond projects Housing pro-off gimmick. Robbing Peter to jects are more marketable for pay Paul, or starving Mary to drugs and the likes because of (eed Sue are unexceptable the physical compact strucchoices and could only lead to tural element accounting for division among the respective the protection they provide for areas. criminal activity. Alternative funds must be The people in Robles Park found to provide child care and communities elsewhere, centers in more deprived areas have long needed such child of the inner-city such as care services. fact that Robles Park. By the same there is this present crackdown token, where existing facilities on drugs and crime in that such as provided in West Tamarea does not make the need pa are in place, they must be any more or any less critical. maintained. What will they do? Just simply It is strange how some -peomove needed facilities around pie are addicted, dealing as spotlight is focused? negatively, with problems efMrs. Bean and her staff may fecting people in the Black well want to take to their community. As leaders in the drawing board and submit to community, we must be able the County Commission awell to combat political deceptions researched-cost comprehenby mental detection, stopping sive plan with objectives and such ill-advised proposals in goals built in. their tracks. We, as leaders, If the situation in Robles is must think on our feet for our an emergency, as many think would-be adversaries are quite it is, such is what reserves are cunning in dealing with our for until the Commission can problems. find ways and means for more '\.What is most surprising permanent funding. If money ab'bqt the present issue is that can be found to resolve other such a proposal was forproblems surrounding expan mulated without input from sion and commercial growth, County Commission in the certainly our children can be first place. It appears as if Mr. helped now as they are in a Padgett and his fellow commost critical stage of their missioners were kept in the development. Or we can con dark. Only when West Tampa tinue to opt and build jails and parents were informed and prisons, as usual, in the complained that their center future. would be closed was such inNOTE: This article was volvement forced on the comwritten prior to the recent mission. County Commission action to, Any person with an ounce wisely, fund the Robles Park of fore-sight should have Child Care Center, as well as known the political consemaintain the facility in West quences. There are supposed Tampa. The entire Board to be some pretty bright should be commended. Negroes surrounding Pat _____ Bean, Director of Community n / Services, for the county. Critical thinking should EMPIRE PAINTS 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301-247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up LATEX PAINT ..... $3.49 OUTSIDE WHITE ... $7.49 ROLLER PAN SET ................ $1.99 Ea. 3" BRUSHES ........................ 99 Ea. SALE PRICES GOOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONL Y!l!l > = Q. ::!. 0 I = e =-e = fl.! ...., <' !:""l iiiiiiiiiiiiiii .. >


.= e = I .. -,:s = < Gil MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1951 Middleton Class of '51 is making plans a picnic in September. All interested members are inyited to participate in the planning meeting at the home of Mrs. J. Aygla, 912-24th Ave., Saturday, August 10, 6:30p.m. Piease call Mrs. Lorene J. Cole, 248-6969 for further details. NURSE MATES A WARDS The Nurse Mates Heart of Gold Award, the first corporate sponsored program to recognize the profession of nursing, recently named Rita Heiple, R.N., of Waterloo, Iowa 1984-85 recipient. Nominations forms for the 1985-86 Heart of Gold Award are now available-with the winner to be announced on National Nurses Day in May 1986. The Nurst Mates Heart of Gold Award is completely non commercial. Sponsored by well-known nursing footwear manufacturer Nurse Mates, the program requires no purchase necessary to enter. All program judges are associated with nursing in a professional capacity. The award program divided the nation into five regions for judging purposes: Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, Midwest, and West. Five semi-finalists are selected from each region (for a total of 25) and each receives a gold heart pendant and pair of Nurse Mates shoes. A second panel of judges choose one finalist from each region (for a total of five). These finalists, to be announced on Valentines Day 1986, each receive a $2,000 grant and $1 ,000 donation made in their name to the charity /research/educational foundation of their choice. One final Heart of Gold winner will be awarded an additional $5,000 grant and another $1 ,000 to the foundation of her /his choice in May 1986. 1984-85 winner Rita Heiple was selected from hundreds of nominations for her outstanding contributions to the health care profession. Her accomplishments include bringing state of-the-art facilities into her hospital, training of staff, the organization of community support groups, and consistent provision of exemplary care to patients and their families. 1985-86 nominations forms are available in all stores selling Nurse Mates footwear and duty shoes, in major hospitals in your area, or by writing Nurse Mates Heart of Gold, c/o Lowell Shoe Inc., 8 Hampshire Drive, Hudson, NH 03051. Deadline for nominations is October 31, 1985. BUSINESS & P)lOFESSIONAL WOMEN On August 16, 12 noon, at the Airport Hilton, 2225 North Lois, a meeting for the new Westshore Chapter of Business & Professional Women will take place. Lunch is $9.00. For reser vations or information call Denise Coburn at 873-2075. Reser vation deadline is Tuesday, August 13. SICKLE CELL ANEMIA DRIVE Gamma Eta Sigma Chapter 'of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. will put on a special drive to solicit funds for the very portant Sickle Cell Anemia Project. Members will be on hand at Penny-Saver Grocery Store, Saturday, August lOth from 9 a.m. to 12 noon to receive your donations. Any others who would like to make a donation to this worthy tax deductible project may send it to Ronald Gardner, 3301 Rivergrove Drive, Tampa, FL 33610. The chapter will also hold its regular monthly meeting Satur day night, 8 p.m., at the home of President Gardner. USHER BOARD NUMBER ONE Of ST. LUKE CHURCH Celebrates 53rd ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, From 4 To6 P.M. At The Church, 2709 25th Street You Are Cordially Invited To Attend SIS. EUGENIA HICKS ... Mistress Of Ceremonies SIS. LENORA THORNTON Has Accepted The Invitation To Be Guest Speaker Program Coordinators: A. BEATRICE BYNNOM, CAREY JONES BRO. WA YMON JORDAN, President. REV. C. D. Pastor ROSE CRWTCHFIELD BLAKE CLASS OF 1966 The 1966 Class of Howard W. Blake will meet August 13th at Ybor City Boys & Girls Club, 2806-15th Street at 8 p.m. pro mptly. If any questions contact Beverly Nelson at 879-4378 or 875-0369. BETHUNE:OCOOKMAN ALUMNI The Tampa Alumni Chapter of Bethune-Cookman College is hosting its third annual "Orientation Hour" for your enlightenment, Sunday, August 11, at the home of Mamie Washington, 4610 Snook Drive, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Roberta Baragon, recruiting -officer, will be present to ex plain grant-in-aids, scholarships and give a slide presentation on campus life. In addition, he will answer any pertinent ques tions that you may have. Your parents are cordially invited. NEIGHBORHOOD CRIME WATCH. The Georgia Terrace Crime Watch Program for the atea located north of Hillsborough and south of Hanna, between 40th and 43rd Streets, will have its quarterly meeting on August 13, at 7 p.m. at the Fortieth Street Baptist Church, 6020 N. 40th Street. A 30-minute movie "Every Two Seconds" will be featured. Important issues will be discussed also: Crime in our neighborhood, juvenile vandalism and neighborhood im provements. Your support is needed. Please come and bring a neighbor, a friend and your teenage children. Verdell Patterson, President. GIRL SCOUT PROGRAMS Programs are available for girls in grades 4, 5 and 6 in ar creative embroidery, wildlife, nature study and wmd surfmg. Suncoast Girl Scout Council Inc. offers fun learning with fees varying from $1.00 to $10.00, dependmg upon the program selected. For more information, contact Girls Scout at: 253-0891. BLAKE CLASS OF 1965 THENO.S CHOIR UNION Will BeHeld SUN., AUG. J J, 2:45PM PEACE PROGRESSIVE M. 8. CHURCH 2607 24th A venue REV. W. F. LEONARD, Pastor All Choirs Aft Asked To Be On Time. DEA. S. SIS. LOUISE GRA!)tT, Reporter nDER C. J. LONG ... Pastor Sunday School, 10 Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 6 p.M. Prayer-Bible Study; Wed.,. 7P.M. THE 29th STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST Howard W. Class of 1965 will have a Meetmg on August 16, at? TECO Plaza, downtown TafT1pa, at the corner of Tampa and Polk The meeting will be held in TECO Hall Nortb. The time is set for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to plan for the October Hallo... Minister ween activity' the a n. nual Christmas party, future travel plans, Bible School, 9:45A.M. th 2 5 th R Worship, II AM & 6 PM e -yea_r eumon Yearbook and many other important Bible Classes: Issues. All fmancial responsibilities from the 20th Yeat Reu-Sunday, 5 P.M. nion will be finalized. Monday, 7 P.M. All 1965 graduates of H.W, Blake are asked to be in atten-Prayer And Song Service, dance. The room is available for ...... :;:;7 be on r PLEASANT ._ .......... L A.M.E. CHURCH 2615CHIPCO City Wide Choir Union No. i Convenes Sun., Aug. J J, 2:45 PM At The Greater Morning Star M.S. Church 141515th Street HOMER HEMMINGWAY President FLOYD HUNTER, Reporter PRISON CRUSADE SIDEWALK CRUSADE friday & Saturday August9& JO Comer Of Maine & Albany 8:30P.M. -11 P.M. Come As You Are We're Winning The United It Works. Rev. S. C. Waterford Is Broadcasting Over Radio Station WTIS J JJO_AM On Your Radio Dial From JJ J :30 a.m. Each 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 ()f Warped Theories, Twisted Con cepts And Confused Doctrines. The Word Of Christ Must Be Rightly Divided. 2nd Timothy 2:15. The Officers And Members Of HOLY TEMPLE CHURCH Will Be Observing Our Pastor ELDER ALLEN JOHNSON'S SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY AUGUSTS Through AUGUST ll, 1985 Various Churches Of The Tampa Bay Area Will Be On Program Each Night. Our Georgia District Will Conduct Services On Saturday Night. The Public Is _Cordially Invited 3820 E. Buffalo Avenue ELDER And MRS. JOHNSON SIS. GEORGE, Sponsor Our Pastor And First Lady


Jr. .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .. .............................. honey our News 248-1921 Engagement ........................................... ; WISHI N G YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDA Yr-; ROBERT JACOBS And THE SPIRITUAL REVIVALS Celebrate 14TH ANNIVERSARY ROBERT JACOBS ",._,._Guest Groups: SPIRITUAL WONDERS tOf APOPKA, HOLY PROPHETEERS, GOSPEL WARRIORS, SPRINGHILL MALE CHORUS, HEAVENLY TRUMPETS, PILGRIM JUBILEES, And All Other Groups Are Invited. SAT., AUG. 10,7:30 P.M., NEW MT. SILLA SUN., AUG.11, 2:00P.M. LILY WHITE TEMPLE, 3714 29th Street SUN., AUG. 11, 7:30 P .l\1. OAK GROVE M.B. CHURCH, 2918 27th Avenu e BEULAH BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH Cor. Delaware And Cypress Streets Invites You To Their 120TH ANNIVERSARY And SEVENTH SPECIAL HOMECOMING EVENT Sunday, August 11, 1985, 11:00 A.M. Guest Speaker: The Rev. Louis Carr, Pastor, New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Daytona Beach, Florida. The REV. A. LEON LOWRY, SR. Pastor REV. LOUIS CARR 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 6:30 P.M. Dinner And Program-8:00P.M. Speaker Dr. Frederick S. Humphries .-:; President Flririda A&M Umverstty Theme: "Honoring YesterdayChallenging Tomorrow" For Ticket Information Contact Tampa Urban League, Inc. 1405 Tampa Park Plaza 229-8117 Donation $50.00 A SHARON KILPATRICK Ms. Earlene Kilpatrick an nounces the engagement of her daughter, Sharon Denise, to Mr. Wilbert Terry of Tampa. The bride-elect is a 1978 graduate of King High School, and is employed with G.T.E. of Tampa. The prospective groom is the son of Mrs. Isabelle Collins and Mr. Wilbert lerry, Sr., both of Tampa. He is employed by the Hillsborough County School Board. The wedding will be held on August 17, at Saint John Mis sionary Baptist Church, Rev Elder Newkirk, Pastor. DARIA MOBLEY Among those that will be celebrating August birthdays is pretty little Daria Shereka Mobley whose natal day is Sunday, August 11. She will be 7 years old. Daria is a second grader at Riverhill Elementary School, and a member of Peace Bap tist Church, where she sings with the No. 3 Choir and serves on Usher Board No. 3 Shereka, as she is mostly Coming called will celebrate Saturday with cousins and Sunday HYMN-0-RAMA '85 School Classmates at Chuck August J8, J985 E. Cheese in Brandon Pleasant Chapel A.M.. She is the daughter of Col-umbus A and Shirlean iii Mobley; grandparents are fXPfltlfNCf CLERK WANTED ... Must Be Able To Type Operate 'Mimeograph Machine And Copier. Ftw Information Call: 223J.S8 .. EMMANUfL M.S. CHURCH 2204 Highland Avenue .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. :Morning Worship, I I : 00 A.M Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Thursday, 7 :00P. M. Booker and Pearlie McLaughlin (Bushnell); and lumbus Sr. and Ida Mobley (Lake Panasoffe). Her god mother is Mary Carswell Bennetta Nicole Edge celebrated her lOth birthday on August 8th. Bennetta is the daughter of Katherine and Donald Edge; the granddaughter of Willie and Priscilla Green and Barbara Aldrich; great-granddaughter of Ernestine Mayes; niece of Benjamin Green of Jackson ville; and goddaughter of Leroy and Dorothy Clements. Bennetta is a member of First the Baha'iFaith the w orld On e tiea rt at a t1rne BENNETT A EDGE Baptist Churc h of Lincoln Gardens where she sings in the Jr. Choir. She will be going into the 5th grade this school term. Bennetta had cousins and friends to stay overnight for a much dreamed about slumber party. JULIE BOWERS 00 := = Julie Bowers celebrated her 16th birthday on July 29. Her parents are Alice Bowers and > James E. Bowers Julie is the 5, youngest of 7 sisters and 5 brothers. Her favorite sport is volleybalL She loves to sing and dance. She attends New I Bethel Baptist Church ,..., she sings in the Junior Mass Choirs. Julie is in I grade at Brandon H SchooL = Q =Belated birthday wishes are : extended to Lorenza t; "Mickey" Hayes, whose special day was August 4. Mickey is a member of New Salem P .B. Church and sings in the No. 3 Chorus. NEW PHILADELPHIA M. 8. CHURCH 1002 East Buffalo A venue Celebrates Their 10th Anniversary AUGUSJ' 5 Thru AUGUST 11, 1985 SUNDAY SPEAKERS 11:00 A.M. 3:00P.M. REV. ALBERT PHILLIPS Pastor, Bethel M.B. Church, Sarasota REV. W. J. GLOVER ... Moderator, And Pas tor Of St. Mark M.B. Church And Beulah M.B Church And Pastor Columbus Carter Will Be In Charge REV. JAMES M. MARION ... Pastor


Hele M. Morrison has spef!ial professional recogmt10n by the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) as a nationally cer tified teacher of Piano. Mrs Morrison was recom. mended for this advanced pro fessional standing by the Florida State Music Teachers Association on the basis of academic achievement and high professional standards in the field of piano pedagogy. This includes musical com petence, teaching preparation, HELEN M. MORRISON and successful performing and teaching experience. fll The MTNA Certification Plan was adopted in 1967 and is a S national standard for the evaluation and recognition of : qualified music teachers. Individual teacher certification is maintained through continuing education, performance, and ;c: professional involvement which are key features of the Nationa!. Certification Program. MTNA was founded in 1876 and was the first professional music association in the United States It has a membership of over 21,000 representing music teachers in independent 1 studios, conservatories and music schools, private schools, and institutions of higher learning. Its primary goal is to raise the C level of musical performance, understanding, and teaching in America. = < SPENDS SUMMER WIT .. GRANDPARENTS Marcus Brooks, grandson :l of Ellsworth and Sallie M. = Holmes, spent the entire sum mer with his grandparents. C Marcus is from New York Ci .,... ty. He attended a portion of the summer -program from the Progress Recreation Center. He likes swimming and games. He is the son of Mrs. Holmes' oldest d,a\,lghter, Sallie R. Brooks. = = = I -Marcus says if he lived in Florida, he would buy a pony. He likes animals. His favorite pet is the cat. Marcus' speci al day was July 15. He likes to MARCUS BROOI\S = = talk about school, fishing and birds. His bird's name is Fethers. Marcus thinks she is the most beautiful bird in the world. Marcus will leave Tampa one day this week to visit hi s greatgrandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Dowers, his aunt Elizabeth, and uncle Richard Dowers, all of Tifton. He will return to New York about August 20. DISCHARGED FROM ARMY Derrick L. Fields, son of Brenda Nurin and grandson of Elnora Russ Rogers, was recently honorably discharged from the U.S. Ar rny. He is a 1982 graduate of King High School. His basic training was in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Afterward, he served overseas in Germany for 18 months. Presently, he is planning on a course in Architecture at Florida A&M University. DERRICK FIELDS RECUPERATING AT HOME Mr. Willie Overstreet, a deacon in Grace Mary Baptist < Church, is recuperating nicely at home following eye surgery. Mr. Overstreet is the husband of Mrs. Emma Lee Overstreet :I: and son of Mrs. ViolaS. Cochran. ATTENDS REUNION IN TEXAS .. Pastor .. Sunday School, A.M : Morning Wonhip, 11: 00 A.M Y.P.W W P M Evening 7:00P.M. Tueo & Fri., $erviceo 7 :00P. M ... f8fNfZfR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH I 2 I 2 Scott Street APPRECIATION PROGRAM REV. W L. LEE 4 P.M., SUNDAY, AUG. '' MINISTER DWIGHT BROWN Speaker SIS. YVONNE HENDRICKS Chairperson REV. EZELL BERRIEN, Pastor THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of COLUGf HILL 3838 29th Street Pastor Yaung Glover -Sunday, August JJ, J9B5 Sunday School-9:30A.M. Moming Service 1/:00 A.M. BTU-5:00P. M. Evening Service-6:30P.M. ELDER C. WARREN, JR. ELD. JOSEPH-JEFFERSON, JR. Pastor & Narrator Choir Director Fo rmer And Present Musician, Bro. Lemuel Andrews, Elder Andrian Shaw, Bro. Donald Beck And Sis. Menyan Andrews. Director Sis. Linda Biven And 8ro. Allen K. Judge Bro. Victor Copeland, Program GOSPEL EXTRAVAGANZA GREATER MORNING STAR MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1415 15th Street SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, At 7:30P.M. Special Guests: THE GOSPEL WARRIORS Also On Program -DYNAMIC SPIRITUAL )\NIGHTS, THE APOSTOLIC GOSPEL SINGERS, And Other Gospel Groups A"d The Public Are Cordially Invi ted. Sponsored By: DEACON ROBERT SWEET And CHOIR NO.2 REV. EARNEST WASHINGTON, Pastor V/MN f 88.5-FM Presents SOUL PARTY '85 PERCY Oi= .. ''II= I=Jflo r,._,f r,._,,s I SPECIAL GUEST lJI\sr CARLA THOMAS f "TRAMP" "BABY, BABY" WEST TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER 3005 W. COLUMBUS DRIVETAMPA,. FLORIDA FRI--AUG --16 DOORS I I OPEN 9:00 p.M. ADVANCE ADMISSION $9. DAY OF SHOW $11 Tickets on sale In Tampa at: WMNF VINYL FEVER RECORDS COLLEGE HILL PHARMACY; In Sarasota : ROBBINS RECORDS ... In St. Petersburg: DOCTOR'S PHARMACY; In Palmetto: CORNER SAND WHICH SHOP ... In Lakeland: SPEC:S MUSIC. Mrs. Carol Morris is home after taking a flight to Houston, FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 226-3003 ...


one Your News 248-1921 THE DUBS COMMUNITY CLUB Dee Cee Presents BLUES AND JAZZ Sunday, Aug. 11, 1985 7:00 Till 11:00 P.M. Teamsters Hall 5818 E. Buffalo Ave. "'e ""' Donation: $7.00 /Loe. 10 '--------------" Q"'k t\ Marcus ;ro t\ Hampton \t0 tt"0 Band lo\'\ YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A REVIVAL NEW HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3005 East Ellicott AUGUST 12-16, Nightly At 7:30P.M. REV. JOHN WILLIS .. Pastor, New Hope Guest Evgngelist REV. BOBBY JONES Pastor 01 First Missionary Baptist Church 01 Winter Haven THE APOSTOUC SINGERS Render FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, At 7:30P.M. At THE APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF JESUS 4008 Grace Street Carver City All Groups Are Invited Everyone Is Welcome ..... Please Come! MINISTER JJMMIE SOLOMON, JR., In Charge EVANGELIST ALMA SOLOMON, Associate Missionary ELDER W. B. HAMILTON, Pastor t THE TAMPA BAY SOUL STIRRERS Will Celebrate Their 4TH SINGING ANNIVERSARY At GRACE MARY M. B. CHURCH 37TH & LINDELL ELDER T. J. REED, Pastor SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, A t 3:00P.M. On Progrom Will Be: THE GOSPEL WARRIORS, TRAVELING 1 STARS, HEAVENLY TRUMPETS, SPIRITUAL WONDERS, HAR MONY WINDS, HOLY PROPHETEERS, THE GORDONAIRES, SOUTHERN TONES, And SWEET ANGELS. Special Guests: TOOTSIE And The SPIRITUAL HIGHLIGHTS As Always, This Is An Open Door Program. Gaynell Dixon, Shirley Fredericks, Mae Doris Bunts, Elyse Powell, and Willie Donaldson ..... Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church Women's Missionary Society Program. THE MIGHTY SIP BROTHERS Present Their Annual DISCO DANCE And MILE LONG BAR Sat., Aug. 10, 1985 9:00P.M. Til2:00 A.M. Jazz 9 To 10Oldies 10 To 11 Labor Temple 1520 9th A venue Music By: The MIGHTY POT MAN And The Sophisticated Funk Machine Donation: $5.00 B. Y .O.B. MARRIAGE LICENSES Samuel Vladimir Jacques, 20, Tampa, and Kerry Dale Hacker, 20, Tampa James Anthony Ward, 31, Tampa, and Angela Ruth Herbert, 29, Tampa. Steven Cornell Adams, 22, "=======================:::!. MacDill Air Force Base, and I' Vanessa Perette Forte, 23, REVIV AI. SERVICES FRIENDSHIP CHURCH 4125 Nassau Street REV. QVOD DEXTER, Pastor Evangelist For The Week REV. HAROLD THOMAS Of ST. JOHN M.B. CHURCH Of DADE CITY He Is The District Super. visor Of The No. 2 Union Foreign Missionary Baptist Association, And He Is Also A SevenYear Student At Florida Seminary In Lakeland. PRAYER SERVICESAUGUST 12-18, At 7 P.M. PREACHING SERVICES, AUGUST 19-23, At 7 P.M. ALLEN TEMPLE A.M.E. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL Observes ACHIEVEMENT DAY SUNDAY, AUG. 11, During The Regular Sunday School Hour At 8:30A.M. Theme: "The Pursuit In ExcellerJce For Christ In The Children REV. J.D. STONOM ... Pastor Will Give The Commitmenl Meditation BIBLE PRESENTATIONS By CRADLE ROLL, PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATES, JUNIORS SENIORS And YOUNG ADULTS ORATORICAL CONTEST "Why I Join The Church" MR. HENRY STOKES Will Lead The Audience In Congregational Singing. MISS SARAH E. STOKES And MRS. RUTHIE WALTERS Will Pre sen t Awards And Certificales. MRS. CORA B LARKINS ... Director Of Christian Education Tampa. Willy Metayer, 23, Tampa, and Lisa Jenell Black 21, Tampa. Leon Edward Nettles, 27, St. Petersburg, and Pamela Marie Burmester, 22, St. Petersburg. Joseph Bryant, 66, Plant Ci ty, and Carolyn Sue Jackson, 37, Plant City. Rodney Keith Mackey, 23, Plant City, and Valerie Rene Bryant, 21, Plant City. Souffrant Auguste, 43, Tampa, and Patricia Thomas, 33, Tampa. James Albert Baltimore, 50, Tampa, and Gretchen Suzane YJngst, 47, Tampa. Lonnie David Crawford, 35, Tampa, and Yolanda Renita Gaines, 24, Tampa. Willie Carl Cohen, Jr., 25, Plant City, and Louise Mays, 19, Plant City. Clarence Thomas, Jr., 28, Tampa, and Joyce Loretta Johnson, 28, Tampa. Rohan Roy Reid, 21, Tam pa, and Mary Jean Kelly, 22, Tampa. Arthur Lee Brinson, 48, Tampa, and Jessie Mae Baisden, 46, Tampa. 248u1921" MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719 Green Street Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 AM Bible Study, Tues., 7 P.M. Everyone Is Welcome Bro. Larry B Horde, Sr .. Deacon Sis. Palricia Horde, Sec. f = :r I = = ; '"c:l = r:r fiJ =Q. trl < = (IJ > = Q. Jor:l .. I = 0 =-trl Q. --= = (IJ


I'll = = c "C = < to 'i -= I'll = =c:: --; --; = I c:: = *KAY BROWN* This is Kay Brown, daughter of Mrs. Mayel Brown and member of Glorious Church of God. Kay is a 1985 graduate from Bethune-Cookman College majoring in Medical Technology. Her future plans are to become an part-time student at USF furthering her studies in Microbiology. This lovely Pisces is 22-years-old, 5'7", and enjoys reading, tennis, jogging, and modeling. Kay's philosophy of life is: "To acknowledge God in all you do, because it is His will that shall come to pass. ''Kay is attracted to a man who is ambitious, lovable and kind. Her favorite star is Debbie Allen. ouR FAITH OVERCOMES THE WORLD PART 5 1JOHN5:4-5 MANY PEOPLE ARE DEFEATED IN LIFE BECAUSE OF A LACK OF KNOWLEDGE CONCERNING THE GOD KIND OF FAITH THAT BELIEVERS HAVE RECEIVED THROUGH THE NEW BIRTH. I. FAITH HAS THE ABILITY TO INCREASE, AND FAITH HAS THE ABILITY TO DECREASE. IN FACT, YOU HAVE GOT TO DO SOMETHING WITH THAT FAITH THAT YOU HAVE RECEIVED FROM GOD. IF NOT, IT WILL DECREASE. IF A MAN IS NOT IN THE WORD, DAY AND NIGHT, IT CAN BE DANGEROUS TO HIS FAITH, BECAUSE FAITH COMETH BY HEARING AND HEARING BY THE WORD OF GOD. ROMANS 10:17, PSALMS 1:1-3. IF WHAT YOU ARE HEARING FROM THE PULPIT DOES NOT INCREASE YOUR FAITH. THEN IT IS NOT THE WORD OF GOD! IF WHAT YOU ARE HEARING FROM THE PULPIT, STILL GIVES YOU THE FREEDOM TO PRACTICE HOMOSEXUALITY, WHICH CRAFT, IDOLATRY, ADULTERY, FORNICATION, ABORTION, ETC., IT IS NOT THE WORD OF GOD! II. JESUS REMINDS US IN JOHN 8:30-32, THAT IF WE CONTINUE IN HIS WORD, THEN WE ARE HIS DISCIPLES INDEED AND WE SHALL KNOW THE TRUTH AND THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE US FREE. VERSE 36 "IF THE SON THEREFORE SHALL MAKE YOU FREE, YE SHALL BE FREE INDEED; VERSE 47"HE THAT IS OF GOD HEARETH GOD'S WORDS: YE THEREFORE HEAR THEM NOT. BF.CAUSE YE ARE NOT OF GOD." IVIRYTIMI YOU HEAR THE WORD OF FAITH, YOU WILL NEVER BE THE SAME, BECAUSE IT PUTS RESPONSIBILITY UPON THE HEARER. ONCE YOU HEAR THE MESSAGE OF FAITH, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE TOW ALK IN THE LIGHT OF WHAT YOU HEAR. IF YOU DON'T, SATAN WILL SEE TO IT THAT YOU GET WORSE WHERE THE HURT IS. BUT THE GOOD THING ABOUT IT IS: IF YOU HEAR IT AND DO IT, YOl.l GET BETTER AND YOUR FAITH WILL GROW EXCEEDINGLYI2 THESSOLONIANS 1:3-12. Ill. ONE OF THE REASONS THAT THE HOMOSEXUAL COMMUNITY IS SUFFERING FROM AIDS AND MANY OTHER DREADFUL DISEASES IS 8fCAUSf THEY REBEL AND RfifCT THE WORD OF GODI JEREMIAH 30:12-13 "FOR THUS SAITH THE LORD, THY BRUISE IS INCURABLE AND THY WOUND IS GRIEVIOUS". "THERE IS NONE TO PLEAD THY CAUSE, THAT THOU MAYEST BE BOUND UP; THOU HAST NO HEALING MEDICINES." READ VERSES 14-15. ONLY THE BLOOD OF JESUS CHRIST, CAN CLEANSE AND HEAL YOU. 1. JOHN 1:5-9. MARK 9:23JESUS SAID, IF THOU CANST BELIEVE, ALL THINGS.ARE POSSIBLE TO HIM THAT BELIEVETH. OPEN DOOR CHRISTIAN CENTER-1221 E. COlumbus Dr. NfW PHILADELPHIA,;. M.S. Church 1002 E. Buffalo A venue .. Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship (1st Sun.), 5:30P.M. Prayer & Bible Class, Tues., 7:30P.M. 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1703 24th Avenue Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Wonhlp Servke, 11:00 A.M. Evenlna Service, 7:30P.M. Bible Study Wed., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W., Fri., 7:30P. M. Wanted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. 689-3023 Or 247-1037 FIRST BORN HOUSE Of Prayer l'nt.CostaiJ 805 E. Henderson .. Pastor Sunday School, 10:00 A.M. Mornign Worship, 12:00 P.M. Evenlgn Wonhlp, 7 :30P.M. 7:30P.M., Tues., Bible Study 7:30P.M., Thurs., Prayer & Tarrying ST. JOHN M.S. CHURCH 340J 25th'Avenue "R ... ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK .. Pastor Sunday $chool, 9:45A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7P.M. REHEARSALS Youth, Tues.,'6 P.M. No : l,.Yues., 7:30; No.1 & Young -Adults, Wed. ,8P.M. GRACI MARY M.S. CHURCH 390137th Street < Sunday School, 10 A.M. .. Pastor Morning Service, II A M. Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Z Evening Service, 7 P.M. Morning Service, II A M. Bible Study, Thurs 7 P M EBvibenleinSgtuSedyrv, iwcee,d5.:'370PP .. MM Prayer Meeting, Tues 7 P M. EBENEZER M.S. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street .. Pastor S.aday School, 9:45A.M. Monliaa Wonlllp, 11 A.M. Eveal .. .Wonhlp, 6:30P.M. Bible Study/Prayer, Tues., 7:30P.M. .....,...,.,..._.,OF CHRIST 1312 W Nassau Street Tampa, Fla,. 33607 DAVID ATKISON, Minister SUNDAY: BibleStudy, IOA.M.&SP.M. Worship, II A.M. & 6 P.M. TUESDAY: Ladies Study, 10 A.M Regular Study, 7:30P.M. THURSDAY: Song Service & Prayer Meeting 7:30P.M. LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN CENTER Palm River Recreation Center 58th St. And Palm River Rd. t r i Praise & Worship, 11 AM & 6 PM Come And Be A Part Of Our Worship Experience. Prayer For The Sick And Neflty At Each Service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4202 Po ELDER J A STEPHF.NS ... Pastor Sunday School. 9 :30AM. Each Sunday Morning Service, J J AM. Evening Service 6 P M First And Third Sundays B T U 5 P.M -Each Sunday Prayer & Bible Study Tuesday At 7 P M MORNING GLORY M.S CHURCH 7510 N. 40th Street .. Pastor Sunday Scl!ool, 9:34) A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. NEW SALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 405 North Oregon ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, II A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Worship, 7 P.M. Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Thursday, 7 P.M GREATER fRIENDSHIP M B.CHURCH 4413 35th Street \ \ REV. M. MURRAY .. llastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 5 P.M. Pray.er Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. Visitors Are Welcome PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 260724th Avenue Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morniug Choir No. 2 And Usher Board No. 2 Serving BTU, 5:00P.M. Evening Worship, 6:00P.M. Mid-Week Service & Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30P.M. REV JAMES SHEPPARD Pastor Sunday Prayer Services-9:45A.M. 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.................................... Phone Your News 248-1921 rthur 'Bronco' Smith Appointed THE PROGRESS VILLAGE COMMUNITY YOUTH CHOIR Presented IN CONCERT "Christian Youth Uniting As A Communitf" AUGUST J7, J985 At 7:30P.M. A f FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Boulevard REV. ROOSEVELT ROBINSON, JR., Pastor f Director: DWAYNE SANDERS Assistants: PRECEIDA HARRIS, GARY BERRIEN DEW A YNE BERRIEN And HENRY NEAL. NEW MACEDONIA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH, E. Deleuil Ave. PASTOR UNITY ANNIVERSARY SERVICE SUNDAY, AUGUST 11,1985 ST. MARY M.D. CHURCH, REV. J. B. MOTT, And ST. MARK LEE M.D. CHURCH, REV. OTHA JONES In Charge Of The Service On Program: NEW MT. SILLA M.B. CHURCH, Rev. M. Anghn; PILGRIM REST, Rev. R. Reese; MORNING GLORY Rev. H. Humphrey REV. J. B. MOTT, President REV. ODELL GLOVER, Pastor SIS. H. RAGLIN, Reporter ANNUAL STEWARDSHIP DAY SUNDAY, AUGUST J J, J985 MT. PLEASANT M.S. CHURCH State Rood 584 At Palm Avenue (Straight Out Hillsborough Avenue-West) REV_ C. A. HUBBERT, Pastor II :00 A.M_ Speaker CHAPLAIN HARRY REED Of MacDILL AIR FORCE BASE 3 :00P.M. Speaker NEW MT. ZION M.S. CHURCH NO. J USHER BOARD 68TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION SUNDAY, AUGUST 11 At 3:00P.M. Message By: REV SAMUEL HENRY ... Pastor, Friendship Baptist Church, Clearwater Others On Program: Mrs. Willie M. Evans, Mrs. Annie Biggins, Mrs. Norma Gilbert, Mrs. Emma Williams, Alma Marshall, Dorothy Williams, June Seaborn, Leon Dixon, Glenn Williams, And Others. ESTHER PUGH, President REV. LESTER CARTER, Pastor CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP SERVICE At PLEASANT CHAPEL A.M.E. CHURCH 2615 Chipco REV. S.C. LAWSON, Pastor SUNDAY, AUGUST J J, At 5:00P.M. Sermon By: REV. FRED TRIPLETT Everyone Is Invited To Worship With Us. Tell A Friend Come Out And Reioice In The Lord. PEACE PROGRESSIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 2628 E. Lake A venue On Sunday, Sept. a, l985 Elder Joseph Jefferson And His Congregation Will Be Rendering A Wor ship Service At 11:00 A.M. In Quincy, At The Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church Where The Rev. Gregory James Is Pastor. Peace Progressive Invites You To Come Along And Worship With Us. Buses Will Depart From Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church At 5:00A.M. Returning The Same Day. For Further Information Contact: Elder Joseph Jefferson 253-6586 Sister Gwendolyn Reeves 273-9257 fi.DER JOSEPH JEFFERSON Principal At Pierce Jr. High ARTHUR 'BRONCO' SMITH BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor Arthur "Bronco" Smith is a native son of Tampa, having attended Dunbar Elementary, Carver Jr. High, and Mid dleton High School before venturing off to Texas HIGHLAND M.S. CHURCH 3410 E. North Street REV. W. M. HODO, Pastor MEN And WOMEN'S DAY PROGRAM SUNDAY, AUGUST JJ, 1985 Sunday School 9:45A.M Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Metropolitan Chorus Will Render Song Service. Speaker 3 P.M. Speaker, ELDER DAVID OUTING ... Pastor, First Christian Fellowship Assembly Of God. Everyone Is Invited. Dinner In Annex Alter Morning Service. Genevieve Triplett, Chairlady Dea. Curtis Dennis, Chairman Southern University on an athletic scholarship. His masters was earned at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La., and he has done post graduate study at the University of South Florida. His athletic career began at Middleton Sr. High School where he was one of the star basketball players. As a matter 'of fact, he was one of the '10 < ( all Men' at Middleton when it was very rare to see youngsters who stood over 6'3" as all 10 of them. Smith has been in the Hillsborough County School System for 25 years, having begun his career on the junior high level in Wimauma. It was at his old high schoo l alma mater that Smith continued to build a name for himself as head basketball coach produc ing some of the best teams in the state, and as athletic direc tor of the school's program. When busing was begun and Middleton became a junior high school Smith went to King High School as Dean of Students and earned the respect of both his co-workers and students. He was assistant "YOU DESERVE 111" Treat Yourself To SILVER SPRINGS BUS TRIP SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 fCome One, Come Alii And, SEA ESCAPE CRUISE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 (Special Group Rates) ,or Compltelnformotlon Coli: 677-4392 fAn A.M. JONES EvntJ TAMPA URBAN LEGAL ll SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION (; Regrets To Inform You That Due To Problems Beyond Our Control, THE ROAST Scheduled For Dfi.ANO S. STEWART On AUGUST 10 At 6:30P.M., At The Tower Club HAS BEEN CANCELLED! principal of administration until he received a new ap pointment this week. The Hillsborough County School Board named Smith principal of Pierce Jr. High School, a position he takes immediately. The position became available when the previous principal retired. "This is my second ex perience on the junior high level," Smith said, "but this is a step in my career that I'm really looking forward to," Smith said on Thursday from a principal's meeting he was attending. Smith had not had much time to thin R about what if any changes "'ill be instituted at the school, as he has been attending meetings all week However, he concluded, "I really am excited about the position." Raspberry g. (Continued From Page 4-A) ':"" = nam, who flooded into the 5. United States after 1978, are ;" -making solid economic pro:;gress (although they arrived "C during a major recession). = And their children are doing uncommonly well in school, t;j :r many of them racking up straight-A averages, even = though they came here with only limited English. "These are boat people, s urvivors of a journey that 50 to -3 70 percent'lost their live s mak; 1'1.> ing," Caplan said. "Their journey out was far more > precarious than those in 1975, 6.. and they came to the United States during the deepest recession since the Depression." Caplan does not discount the public and private help some of the immigrants receiv ed after their arrival here, but of perhaps greater impor tance, he said, was "what they brought with them their traditional background values, their collective achievement orientation, their patience and diligence." In short, their operative myth. "Many are of a Confucian bent, and feel they can in fluence the external events that control their lives, that they have control over their own lives." This sense of control may not have changed the outward circumstances of their lives, which include a still-strong anti-Oriental prejudice and ac tive discrimination, but it tended to render them irrele vant. Says Caplan: "This group has a set of values that says hard work and education will result in mobili ty. This is something that has to be agreed upon by the I -= e :r ... e ::s 1'1.> whole group." "'= Caplan speaks of the impor;... ranee of value systems. Pringle ;; speaks of the need for positive myths. I s uspect they are talking about the same thing (c) 1985, Washington Post iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_.ii ..


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Bradley Unsure Why Pro Team Cut Him -= Q = "' I -.. = < fll' = t> -= fll -:= = r: ...!: = = I = = CHARLIE BRADLEY Charlie Bradley's profes sional basketball aspirations were placed on hold Sunday, and the University of South Florida career scoring leader is searching for answers. Bradley said he performed as well as anyone who par ticipated in the Sacramento Kings' tryout camp for veterans, free agents and rookies The Kings disagreed, releasing Bradley and eight other hopefuls who aspired to attend the Kings' training camp starting Sept. 27. Only three players were invited back. Contacted Tuesday at his family's home in Tampa, Bradley, 21, no longer sound ed like the innocent youngster who had staked his claim and his future on his basketball playing ability. Instead, he sounded hurt and considerably more aware that there is life after basketball. "It's a business now. It's strictly business. Once you're in there it's fun, but it's hard to get in there," Bradley said of the pitfalls of succeeding in pro ball. "It was a learning ex perience. At first it hurt because I thought I had done so well. I played offense and defense. I thought I was right there with the other players as far as talent. The competition wasn't that for me. This is hard to take," sai4. IJradley, who has been a starter and a star since high school. "The next tryout I get I'm going to go out and do the same things. I don't think I held anything back. I just went out and played." At present, Bradley said there are no definite options to consider. The possibility exists of playing professionally in the Philippines, but only if the money is right. Additional op tions include securing a tryout with another National Basket ball Association team or spending a season in the Con tinental Basketball Associa tion. The Tampa Bay Thrillers are in the process of obtaining Bradley's territorial rights from the Suncoast (formerly Sarasota) Stingers, according to Thriller general manager Gary Youmans. If all else fails, Bradley would return to South Florida to work toward his bachelor's degree in sociology. He said he is 12 hours short of gradua tion. "I really don't know the op tions yet. That's why I really want to talk to my agent (Tom Reich)," Bradley said. You don't need an agent to understand how things have changed since Bradley left Tony Dorsett Claims Cowboys 'Double Crossed' Him THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. The rif t between Tony Dorsett and the Dallas Cowboys has widened to the point where the running back isn't sure he wants to play for the club. Dorsett, embroiled in money disputes with both his team and the Internal Revenue Service, alleges he has been "doubled-crossed" by the club and may retire. TONY DORSETT USF. Rattlers Open Grid Camp "Right now I am prepared ter for me if I was somewhere to sit for as long as I have to else,' I said, 'I don't know if sit," Dorsett told the Dallas that would solve problems.' Times Herald. "If that means The IRS has seized two of retiring, I might have to do Dorsett's Dallas-area homes that. U the Cowboys don't and filed $414,000 in liens want to pay me what they've against the 1976 Heisman promised me, then they need Trophy winner. It also has colto trade me so I can bargain lected his monthly $21,000 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. in good faith with another paychecks since Oct. 1. The Florida A&M Rattler team." Dorsett has borrowed nearly football team reported to town Dorsett, who accused team $400,000 from the Cowboys, Wednesday, August 7 to begin president Tex Schramm of but he told the Times Hearld fall drills for the 1985 season. "spreading my financial the club owes him $552,000 of business all over town,' said if a $662,000 signing bonus from The Rattlers, which open traded, he would like to go to his original contract in 1977. their 1985 grid slate on SaturPittsburgh or Miami. Schramm said Dorsett has day, August 31 at 7 p.m. Schramm said he is willing received his full signing bonus. against Kentucky State to rework Dorsett's contract "There is absolutely no University in Tallahassee, so that it resembles in strucbasis for his statements," went through physicals and < ture the $6.4-million contract Schramm said sprint/strength tests on ThursZ signed last year by defensive Dorsett is looking for any day August 8, with two-a1 t th ld h days to commence at 9 a.m. ineman Randy White. annm y at wou pay 1m f-o But Schramm said he does $6.4-million over 20 years. Friday, August 9. not intend to trade Dorsett "I am not being greedy," Two-a-day workout times recorded less than 10 assists and made at least a dozen turnovers. Bradley said that only then did he remember what head coach Phil Johnson said earlier. Bradley said he scored 23 points in a game against Seat tle Saturday but played only a minute in Sacramento's final exhibition Sunday night. "He said that something's got to be wrong with me because I was in a third rounder. I hope it was more than that." -l ... vww yvur '"hance to take advantage of excellent real estate values offered by HUD. Important Information Purchasers must obtain own chase. financing for all sales. These properties may contain code violations. Please contact a realtor of your choice to see or bid on any of the properties listed. HUD reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any infor mality or; 3gulority in any bids. PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE FOR CASH, WITHOUT WARRANTY, IN THEIR "ASIS" CONDITION AND ARE NOT EliGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS. Bids 1t cpe accepted directly from o l All bids MUST BE submitted tt. estate broker. HUD will pay a portion of the closing costs if requested in offer to pur 093-201987 093-204899 NEW LISTINGS LISTING DATE: August 2, 1985 TAMPA 10103 Enchanted Oaks 43,850 LAKELAND 3206 Old Tampa Road 25,400 211 211 All sealed and Identifiable bids on above properties must be date stamped in the TampaHUD office by 4:15pm, August 12, 1985. The Bid Opening date at the Tampa HUD office on this offering is 9:00am, August 13, 1985 LISTING DATE: August 9, 1985 LUTZ 093-204317 1921 Gregory Drive 53,200 212 093-204342 1957 Gregory Drive 50,000 212 TAMPA 093-205161 6204 41st Street 20,300(LBP) 3 / 1 093-218436 4108 15th Street,N. 18 600(LBP) 3 / 1 093-224472 1009 Genessee St. E. 39,500 211 093-220886 14317 Knoll Ridge Dr. 63,000 312 093-194770 3711 Meadowbreeze Dr. 38,000 211 093-203234 3415 Myrica Street 38,000 3 / 1 093-205851 9220 Patterson Street 27 900 2 / 1 093-202894 4516 Tarpon Drive 41,200 312 093-220520 815 Woodlawn Ave. W. 30,000(LBP) 3 / 2 093-201091 7501Woodland Oaks Ct. 51,900 312 TEMPLE TERRACE 093 216717 4601 Puritan Road 35,700 Ill SEBRING 093-213835 110 Virginia Ave. 32,500 3 / 1 WAUCHULA 093-204563 35 Chamberlain Blvd. 12,700 3 / 1.5 All sealed and Identifiable bids on above properties must be date stamped in the Tampa HUD office by 4:15pm, August 19, 1985. The Bid Opening date at the Tampa HUD office on this offering is 9:00am, August 20, 1985 Properties listed below are available until sold or rellsted under 10 day sealed bid period: 093-213210 093-199075 093-199494 093-199719 093-202378 093-218435 093 -1911607 093-184623 093-202770 093-186764 093-217647 093-218436 093-202121 093-188093 093-220987 093-205161 093-209156 093-197029 TAMPA St N (Duplex) 16020 Dawnview Dr 2912 Highland Ave N 4006 Idlewild 3011 Jefferson St. 2829 Morgan St. 12NI Pallfnx Ave E 3415 Paris E. 10206 Turtle Hill Ct. 50S Virginia Ave E 86149th St N 410815th St N 3113-16th St 2909 19th Ave 100228th Ave E. 6204 41st St LAKELAND 62171ndlan Lane WINTER HAVEN 133 Varner Villas Dr SW 31,900(LBP) 3/1-211 53,650 2/1.5 25,500(LBP) 3/1 20,000(LBP) 211 21,400(LBP) 3/1 25,000(LBP) 3 / 1.5 24,400(LBP) 211 38,500 312 42,500 211 16,650(LBP) 211,111 23,500(LBP) 2 / 1 21,000 3/1 23,250 3/1 27,200 3 / 1 23,2SO(LBP) 2 / 1 22,800(LBP) 3 / 1 52,000 3 / 2 42,500 3/2 HUD o "Tony mentioned it to me said Dorsett, who compiained will be 9 a m and 3:15 p.m. ""' h th t R d Wh' d cOUA l HOUSING w en I talked to him one a an Y 1te IS pal 15 until Monday, August 26, OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING i:j Schramm said. "He times what he earns "It's ju s t when regular afternoon work AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT .................... beit... t.hatIwantsom .. emo .ney .......... b.eginsat:p.m ......... .= .. i7iOO ..


Belmont Heights Big League 2nd Best In The Big League (16-18 year olds) of the Belmont Heights Little League lost to Jacksonville last week in their bid to become state champions. The score was 4-2 in the game that was played in Dunedin. Earlier in the week, the young men played West Tampa in Orlando for the district champion ship, winning tl:lat game 3-2. In the semi-final game in Dunedin, they played Merritt Island (out side Miami) and won after being down 11-3 in the bottom of the 7th. Team members pictured are: kneeling, Melvin Foster, Gary Sheffield, Andre Mack, who will go away to school or enter the military; Derek Bell, Tyrome Griffin, who's going to Georgia Tech on a baseball scholarship; Nathaniel Singletary, who was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals and join ed their farm team in Johnson City, Tennessee in June; and Gregory Hornsby. Standing from left to right are: Andrew James; manager; Michael Russ, Derrick Pedro, Chris Gaines, Artis Gam brell, who will enter FAMU on a football scholarship; Kelvin Douglas, Chris Mitchell, Maurice Crum, Mark Gaines, Marvin Lancaster and jerome Scott, coach. Team member Kirk Walker was riot available for pictures In a 20-game schedule, the Big League was undefeated. James and Scott say they are looking forward to next season as most of their players are 16 and 17 years old and will be eligible to MICHELOB & WTMP AMATEUR GOLF CLASSIC ROGERS PARK GOLF COURS ONE DAY CALLOWAY SCOIHNG SYSTEM SATURDAY AUGUST lOTH ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO: WTMP'S SCHOLARSHIP FUND THERE WILL BE PRIZES, PRIZES, AND MORE PRIZES INCLUDING: ,': COLOR T.V. MICHELOB GOLF BAGS TWO SETS OF WOODS T-SHIRTS SUN VISER CAPS RECORD ALBUMS AND TROPHYS FOR THE WINNERS AND LOTS MORE! BAR-B-QUE AND CHICKEN BUFFET FOR REGISTRATION OF THE CLASSIC FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL: MIKE COOPER AT ROGERS PARK GOLF COURSE 234-1911 OR EDDIE PERRELL AT WTMP 626-4108 (COME JOIN US FOR A FUN DAY) Gooden's Endorsements Really Paying Off DWIGHT GOODEN "'!'! = The New York Mets have batch of endorsements. a found a new way to make In a matter of months, :; teamwork profitable. Gooden surpassed $60,000 in Recognizing the marketing endorsements, which was "i" potential in pitcher Dwight returned to the Mets. f Gooden, 20, the team agreed Thereafter, Neader said, the ;= to include an endorsement Mets got 75 percent (about $ clause in his contract last $30,000) of Gooden's earnings February. up to $100,000. "I'd say it's quite unique," C" said Jim Neader, Gooden's Advertising Age reported last month that Gooden's enagent. "It's never been done :' dorsement bonanza has risen w before in baseball as far as 1 to about $150,000. Under theJ r c. know." t'!j Essentially, the clause was written to help Gooden ditional $50,000. As it stands '< establish himself in the crowdnow, the Mets will get about ed world of product endorse$115,000 before paying Reich; ment, while making the Mets G cash beneficiaries of his offooden about $35 000 field popularity. A raw deal for Gooden? In addition to his Only if he mysteriously loses c. $500,000-plus-incentives clout on Madison Avenue "'!'! ... salary, Gooden's contract callovernight. Next year he won't :ed for the Mets to advance him have to split his endorsement I $60,000 against future enearnings. His agent calls it a dorsements, said Nea.der. The good deal. Mets hired agent Norman "It has worked out exactly Reich to handle Gooden's first as planned," Neader said. DENTISTRY Open Faced Gold Crowns, Solid Gold Crowns, Bridgework, Dentures, Pa,rtials, Gum Disease Treated, Silver Fillings, White Fillings, Extraction. I.V. (sleep) Or Nitrous


8 g t '\1\f)ll[ r .. If Gene Sanders were lookduring Monday's practice, :L ./. ing for the supreme test of his stays on at left tackle. Cour-.. 'J JlRA\ JNf ][) .}0 _)JY RANDOLPH morning. This is the Harvard coaches say. ""' B b 11 PI W lk d law exam, the Stanford "Personally, I'd to be ase a ayerS a e medical final and the New playing tackle," Sanders said. For the second time in five years the baseball players decided to walk and pass on the baseball season for 2 days. The greed of players and the selfishness of the owners com bined to shut down major league ball parks across the nation. The J?laers started their strike at 3 p.m. Monday, but came to an agreement quickly. The players and owners, at first said to hell with the fans. If we can't have our way, then we will go home. And that is exactly what happen. The minimum salary a fl) c player makes in the majors is $40,000 and there is imum. It has been estimated that the average salary of most .. players is in the neighborhood of $350,000. That kind of money is tall cotton. The owners refused to reveal what kind of money they make and Gontinued to cry about how unprofitable being an owner was. I cannot see rich, shrewd l businessmen losing the money < they claimed to and continue to own a team. = -= = I 'ii = = The owners continue to gourge for all the money they can make. And the players strike everytime they can. Each group finally makes-con cessions and the tab is passed on to the public 1 After the last strike, fans carrie back to the stadiums once play resumed. Owners and players have shown no regard for fan loyalty. The at titude of the average fan is we gave and we forgot once, we won't do it again unless this thing is resolved quickly. And resolve they did. If the fans decide to strike, the season is over for sure. Leeman Bennett Era Starts Saturday night's game bet een the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Tampa Bay Buc caneers will really mark the start of the Leeman Bennett York Times crossword puzzle "But my philosophy at this era of coaching the Tampa rollec;l into one. stage of my career is to do Bay Bucs. The game is only an They used to say the Tampa what I can to help the football exhibition so the real Leeman Bay Buccaneers' offensive line team, if it playing Bennett character will not be couldn't open holes in a guard or center or anywhere." totally shown. doughnut factory. And, With his assignment comes The coach will be looking at justified or not, they used to new responsiblity Instead of a lot of new people, as well as, point accusing fingers at left blocking defensive ends and a lot of people who sat on the tackle, where Gene Sanders Leeman Bennett became head outside linebackers, Sanders bench last season. played. coach, one of the first things will now have to go up against Missing from the Bucs So Monday, the Bucs made he noted was that the left side inside and middle linebackers. roster will be stellar defensive a change. of the offensive line the And of the three line positions end Lee Roy Selmon, who has Sanders moved one space to Sanders side-was an area of -center, guard and tackle-a career threatening back inthe right and is now a left deep concern. guard I s perhaps the most difjury. guard, a position the 28-year-And now, there is the grand ficult dpsition to learn. Still, Bennett will have a old veteran hasn't played since experiment. Sanders replaces "It's also difficult to be on solid cast on hand to work 1980. This is no stop-gap veteran Steve Courson at left the left. side," Sanders added, with. Nose tackle David move. From the early guard and Ken Kaplan, who "be_ cause the best defensive Logan; linebacker Hugh tions, he could wind up starsuffered a slight concussion players are on the right." Green; corner back Johnny ting at left guard when the exHolt, and safety Beasley Reece hibition season opens 10 days will be available to form the from now. core of the defense. Bennett Somebody up there likes will have plenty of potential Gene Sanders, the only talent on hand to complete the 6-foot"3, 280-pound Baptist defensive unit. minister the Bucs have ever On offense, last year's Mr had. Offense, James Wilder is Sanders took the heat from back, along with Steve DeBerg almost every direction last at quarterback; Kevin House season. He was blamed in and Gerald Carter at the wide print, acccused in the stands, outs, and an offensive line that and hung out to dry in the is suppose to be the best in locker room. After the Bucs' history. The Bucs offense pro17-14 loss to the New York mises to be more wide open Giants, a game in whlcQ.. Bucs than ever before. quarterback Steve For some reason I feel that sacked five times, former head Coach Bennett will bring this coach John McKay threatened team around I keep getting to bench Sanders in favor of the feeling that the Buccaneers rookie Ron Heller. will be winners this season. "All we did was tell Sanders There is something about that, 'Your job is not secure, coach Bennett. The things he you better do something about says, the way he does things it in practice,' "McKay said. and his enthusiasm make me It must have been a whizbelieve. bang practice, because I am confident that the Bucs Sanders was back in the starwill be a much better team this ting lineup the following week. year than they have been over But two months later, it hapthe past two years and that's pened again. After a poor with or withQut Lee Roy showing against Green Bay, Selmon. McKay carried out his threat One other note of interest is and benched Sanders for the that the only two black coor final two games of the season dinators in the j'JFL will be Doubts about Sanders caracross the field from each ried over to this season. When other old Barber and defending The Bucs offensive coorchampion January. dinator is black and so is the Elder, who shot steeler's defensive 73-67-68-208, had started the dinator. final round on the 6,518-yard Benefit Wrestling Show For MDA The excitement of all-star professional wrestling returns to the Tampa Jai-Alai Fronton Monday night, August 19, at 8 p.m., with an excellent pro gram of matches featuring top national and international stars, all sanctioned by the In ternational Wrestling Alliance (IWA) Part of the proceeds will be donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Associa tion, to be presented during the MDA's upcoming Labor Day Telethon Join Traid Pro motions in supporting this worthy cause, and enjoy a thrilling evening of pro wrestl ing action at the same time Heading the Tampa show will be a long-awaited challenge match putting highly-ranked "Wild" Billlrwin, the master of the bu"llwhip, against the mysterious Super Pak Man, with no disqualification, no time limit, and a stipulation that "anything goes." Irwin's brother, Scott, will be in this corner, while Super Pak Man will have Mr. Wrestling II as his second. The special referee appointed by the IW A will be Vern "The Big V" Hender son. Also on the show will be a semifin al tag team match put ting the team of "Crazy" Luke Graham and Big Ox Baker managed by Jim Kent against "Golden Boy" Chick Donovan and "The Wrestling Cowboy Billy Mack. In our feature match, the former Super Destroyer, Scott "Hog" Irwin, takes on fast rising Floridian "Flying" Mark Starr. In a special women's tag team challenge, the notorious "Arm and Ham me r Connection," Tracy "The Arm" Richards and Beverly "The Hammer" Shade will tackle Indian sensation Wenona Little Heart and her partner, power lifter Jean "The Body" Kirkland. LEROY NORMAN'S Hairstyles & Barber Shop 2619 N. 22nd St. 247-9717 Now, Featuring ... Back To School Specials (Mon.-Thurs.) Elder Gets 'Pumped Nashawtuc country club course two strokes off HAIRCUTS (Reg.) 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Bucs Face Steelers Tampa Athletes Of Yesteryear In Pre-Season Opener BY c. BLYTHE: ANDRE:ws, m Bobby Brown: c:") By RUDOLPH HARRIS (Sports Analysis) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers host to the Pittsburgh Steelers /at Tampa Stadium Saturday night, 8:00 p.m. in the 1985 preseason opener for both clubs. To Be The Best Analyze Your Competition CIRCUIT COURT, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION No. 85-3922 Div. P LUKE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, INC., assignee of the CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA Complainant vs. Lots 17 and 18 of Block 9 of May's Addition to Tampa, Less for road, with street address of 242217th Avenue, Tampa, Florida Defendant NOTICE OF SALE On July 22, 1985, Kaydell Wright, Esq., was appointed Special Master by order of the Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida, the Honorable Ralph Steinberg, Judge, to sell the following described property: Lots 17 and 18 of Block 9 of May's Addition to Tampa, ac cording to plat thereof recor ded in Plat Book 1, Page 59, Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida less that part heretofore deeded to the City of Tampa and recorded at Official Record 1054, Page 66 on December 1962, with street address of 2422-17th Avenue, Tampa Florida. Notice is hereby given that the Special Master shall cause the said property to be sold at public auction as follows: Place: Corner of 17th Avenue and 25th Street, Tampa, Florida (The property site) Date : August 17, 1985. Time: 12:00 Noon The procedure for bidding is as follows: (1) A minimum bid of $3,700 (Three Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars), must be made; (2) The winning bid must be paid as follows: at least lOOJo (ten percent) at time of sale by cash, certified check or money order and the balance within twenty-four (24) hours of sale or by 3:00 P.M., August 19, 1985. Any inquiries regarding the sale can be made of the Special Master at the address and telephone number below. Executed this 23rd day of July, 1985. The Bucs, under new head coach Leeman Bennett formerly of the Atlanta Falcons, will .be seeking to bolster a defense 'fhich is highly uncertained with all-pro defensive end Lee Roy Selmon on injured reserve for at least the first six regular season RAY SNELL ... Now A Steeler games; and linebacker Scott Brantley, likewise on some form of injury status. Bennett and his defensive staff will be looking hard in those areas when the Bucs line up against the Steeler offense. The evolving Steelers will start twenty of the twenty-two players who faced the Miami Dolphins in the AFC Cham pionship game last January. Starting offen s ive linemen, Craig Wolfley and Tunch 11-kin, are out with injurie s How e ver th e Pittsburgh of f en s e is s till tough, highly talented with depth at quarter back, running back, and wide receiver. Pittsburgh will start Mark Malone at quarterback who posted a 7 4 record a starter last year. The 1984 rookie has beaten out veteran David Woodley for the quarterback post. Woodley once took Miami to the Super Bowl. Steeler coach Chuck Noll, ac cording to a Pittsburgh news release, ... will follow his usual pattern in the early runni"ng backs receivers." and wide LEE ROY SELMON ... Injured The Bucs will start last year's first stringer Steve DeBerg who took the job away from Jack Thompson early in the regular season in 1984. Top heavy at quarterback this year, Coach Bennett hopes to take a look at first year signal callers, Alan Risher and Steve Calabria following DeBerg Risher played for two y ear with Arizona of the USFL beh i nd former Buc great Doug William s thi s pas t s ea s on. Calabria i s a rookie preseason games of using _his EDMUND NELSON starters for at least the first h If h th t"on of ... Tampa Starter for Steelers a wit e excep 1 L.ott's Place: iC 1708 E. Columbus Dr. t iC IS SPONSORING A ie iC SICKLE CELL FUND-RAISING '"" TEEN DANCE it /s/Kaydell Wright SAT AUG. 16fH 8 P.M. -UNTIL iC KAYDELL WRIGHT, ESQ. '"" ...., Special Master iC All Pr_oceeds Will Go To Sickle Cell Foun-t 110 North Armenia Avenue l' periences of someone like Bobby Brown might make the learning shorter, easier and lot less painful. Back in 1949-52, Bobby Brown was considered to be one of Tampa's best all around athletes in the state. While playing for Don Thompson Vocational High School, Brown played every sport you can imagine, and played it well. His knowledge of football, basketball, baseball, and softball would enhance any athletes career if he or she went to Brown for advise. "What I haven't experienc ed myself I have observed, recalls Brown. "I have seen every conceivable style and play put to work and noted why a lot of them never worked." Brown feels that that was one reason why he stood out over other athletes, because of his willingness to take time out to analyze his competition and finding out their weaknesses. out of Colgate where he holds 43 school records arid ranked fourth in Division 1-AA history last year with 8,555 passing yardage after four years. Tampa fans, especially in the Black community, may well take s pecial intere s t in the ',f act that former King High great Edmund Nelson will b e s ta r ting for the Ste e ler s at right defensive end. Edmund is the younger brother of former Tampa Spartan great Darlee Neslon ,now head coach at Tampa's Jefferson High School. Nelson is lis ted number one on a Steeler four man depth chart at the right defensive end position. Also with Tampa connec tions with the Steelers are former Buc guard, drafted number one, Ray Snell. Snell was obtained by the Steeler via the trade route, and has been plagued with injuries. He pro bably won't play but he has gotten in some practice time since going to camp. David Little, former University of Florida great, will also be starting for the Steelers at linebacker. TicketS can be purchased at the game or at the stadium ticket office Saturday morn ing. The Bucs play 3 of their 4 preseason games at Tampa Stadium with Atlanta coming to town next week. While playing the quarter back position, Brown was noted by his opponents of be ing a triple t_hreat. He was a good passer, runner, and punter. All in one mold. Through his three-year career with Don Thompson, Brown made the All-City and State team every year. He still holds the record for longest punt in a game, booting a 65-yarder. In basketball, Brown also made the All-City and State team for three years by averag ing 20 point$ and three assists a game. His biggest asset on the court was his hustling \ abilities. After graduation, Brown stated that one of the most im portant lessons of life forced itself on him. It was a lesson that turned into a major prin ciple. Brown had to select the environment that would best develop him toward his objec tive. 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............................................................ ................ ... be conducted Saturday at 11 officiating. Entombment will .... A.M. from the New Salem follow in the Memorial Park tis, Reginald and Mark; grandparents, Andrew and Madie Bell Marshall, Valdosta GA, Mack Issac, Tampa; great grandparents, Emma and Oliver Sampson; 6 aunts, 3 uncles, 17 nieces, 5 nephews, 11 cousins, 2 great aunts, god mother, Willie Mae Peoples; close friends, Pamela Reeves, Linda Ross, Theresa Mayo, and teacher Kay Edwards, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The family will receive friends at the Chapel on Friday from 7 to 8 P.M. OAKS HILLS FUNERAL HOME. I a. : AIKENS Funeral services for Mr. Lee Green, of 2508-14th St., who passed away, Wednesday, July 31, will be held, Saturday, August 10, at 12 P.M., at Greater New Salem P .B. Church, with the pastor, Elder R. H Howard, officiating. In terment will be in the Shady Grove Mr. Green was a native of Monticello, Florida and a resident of Tam pa for the past 37 years. He was a retired employee of the City of Tampa. Survivors are: a devoted wife, Thelma Green; 8 children, Eddy Green, Delorse Grayson, Lee Melvin Green and wife, Vilda, Patricia Green, Verneta Hud son and husband,. Louis, Michael Green, Danny Green and wife, Linda, and Tony Green and wife, Iris; 15 grand children, Eddy, Lisa, Katura, Miriam, Drewlisa, Addison, Mellinda, Rhonda, Rose, Tolanda Enrique, Keshona, Dannetta, Tequila, and Tony; 3 great grandchildren; 5 sisters, Leola Williams and husband, Woodrow, Christina Henderson of Cross City, FL, Katherine Urath, Mary Smith, and Ellawse Green of Orlan do, FL; 1 brother, Elijah Green of Orlando; father-in law, Louis White and wife, Katie; 2 brothers-in-law, Fred White and wife, Juanita, and Willie Lee White and wife; 2 sisters-in-law, Rebecca Green, and Geraldine Fagan and hus band; several nieces and nephews, among whom are: Bertha Lee Mason, Phyllis Gathers, Ella Mae McDonald of Cross City, FL, and Nellie Walker of Perry, FL; aunt and uncle-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brewer; uncle-in-law, George Hutchinson and wife; a host of cousins; devoted friends, mong whom are: Mr. and Mrs. Will Sullivan, Lena James, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Judge, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Johnson; and many other friends and associates. The-remains will repose at Aikens BRYANT& WILLIAMS MILTON CHAPMAN Funeral services for Mr. Milton Chapman, 2336 Pine Street, who passed August 3, will be held, Saturday at 11 A.M. from RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL with the Rev. Joseph Jefferson, of ficiating. Entombment will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. He was a retired Bricklayer and had resided in Tampa for many years. He leaves to mourn his passing: a devoted son, Mr. Jerome Chapman; 2 brothers, Mr. Blashier Chapman of Orlan do, and Mr. David Chapman of Jacksonville; 3 sisters, Mrs. Hadainey Mae Gainey, Ms. Loree Chapman and Mrs. Rosa Bell Reeves; sister-in law, Mrs. Pearlie Mae Chap man; nieces and nephews, Mr. and Mrs. Claxton Perry, Mrs. Lola McElveen, Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Chapman Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Tyrone Chap man, Mrs. Larry Kent Chap man, Mrs. Sandra Warren, and Mrs. Linda White and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The re mains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Fri day. The family will receive friends from 6 to 7 P.M. Fri day evening. The funeral cor tege will form at 1519 Green Street, Apt. A. Arrangements by BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). Missionary Baptist Church, Cemetery. Mr. Walker was a 405 N. Oregon Ave., with the long time resident of Tampa Pastor, Rev. J. P. Saunders, and a retired member of the officating. Entombment will International Longshoremen's follow in the family plot in the Association, Local 1402, Mr. Shady Grove Cemetery. A Perry Harvey, Jr., President. native of Sandersville, GA, Survivors include: his devoted Mrs. Jackson had resided in wife, Mrs. Mildred Walker; 1 Tampa for several years. Surson, Mr. Robert Walker, Jr., vivors include: 1 step-son, Mr. and wife, Mozella; 1 daughter, Johnnie Jackson and wife; 2 Bobbie Walker Kendrick and devoted nieces, Clara Finley husband, Sterling; 1 god and Evelyna Riley; 2 nephews-daughter, Missionary in-law, William Finley, Jr., Ernestine Cannady and bus and Joshua Williams, Sr., of band, Deacon Junior Can Syracuse NY; 10 grand nieces, nady; 28 grandchildren; 22 Clairetha Faison of Atlantic great-grandchildren; one City, NY, Yvonne Wiliams, devoted sister-in-law, Mrs. Belinda Finley, Brenda Pace Annie Mae Parker; 1 brother and husband, Wallace, Cynin-law, Mr. George White and thia Williams, Martha wife, Inell, 1 brother, Mr. Williams, and Cozette Steve Walker; 2 cousins, Ms. Williams of Los Angeles, CA, Frances Smith of Vidalia, GA, Janice Finley of Sarasota, FL, and Missionary Rutha Mae Justina Long and husband, Curtis and husband, Bishop Nathaniel and Bridget Riley; Nathaniel Curtis of Alachua, three grand nephews, Joshua FL, and a host of other sorWillia,ms, Albert Kennedy and rowing relatives and devoted wife, Deborah and William friends among whom are: Rev. Finley, Jr.; 17 great-grand Larma Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. nieces and nephews; cousins, Louis Howard and Mr. and Henrietta Johnson and husMrs. Tucker. The remains will band, Joe, Herman Mack, NJ; repose at the RAY 1 sister-in-law, Minsic Talton WILLIAMS MEMORIAL of GA; 2 brothers-in-law, CHAPEL after 5 P.M. FriWilie Jackson and wife, and day THE FAMILY WILL John Jackson and wife of RECEIVE FRIENDS AT Cleveland, OH, and a host of THE CHAPEL FROM other sorrowing relatives and 7:30-8:30 P.M. FRIDAY. The devoted friends. The funeral funeral cortege will arrange cortege will form at 920 E. from 3417 LaSalle St. ArMcBerry St. remains will rangements entrusted to repose at the RAY BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray WILLIAMS FUNERAL Williams Funeral Home). HOME after 5:00 P.M. Fri day. Arrangements to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). ROBERT WALKER Mr. Robert Walker, 3417 LaSalle Street, passed away August 4, in a local hospital. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday at 3 P.M. from the New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, with the Pastor Elder R. H. Howard, OAK HILL MASTER MICHAEL CARLOS BURGMAN Funeral services for Master Michael Carlos Burgman, 3413 N. 24th St., who passed away July 31, will be held Saturday, August 10, at 3 P.M. at Oak Hills Funeral Chapel, Rev. S. N. Nickerson, officiating. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Sur vivors are: A very devoted and loving mother, Mrs. Hattie Burgman; 2 sisters, Delphine and Michelle; 3 brothers, ArWILSON Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes S. Cooper of 1155 Har rison St., who passed away in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 1 P.M. at Wilson's Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. A. Grif fin, officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: a daughter, Rosa Jenkins, Tam pa; grandson, Edward Simp son and wife, Evelyn, Savan nah GA; 2 great grandsons, Arthur Fagan and Teresa, and Nathaniel Fagan and Rhonda, of Tampa; 1 great grand daughter, Desiree Jenkins, Tampa; 2 great-great grand daughters, Preshawnda and Shenaka Fagan, Tampa; 2 brothers, Joe Simpson and wife, Elsie, and Johnny Simp son and wife, Luvenia of Savannah; 2 sisters, Annie Simpson and Flora Leach also of Savannah; a host of nieces and nephews, all of Savannah; a number of friends including Joyce and Kate Pearson, Gene Maxwell, the Green family, Daisy Jones, Willie Sanders, Dorothy Taylor, and Willie Conner, among others. A native of Oliver, GA, Mrs. Cooper had resided here since December of last year. She was a member of Corner Tem ple Baptist Church of Savan nah. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday at the funeral home. "A WILSON'S SERVICE". (Continued On Page 19-A) i uerlasting sHADY GROVE CEMETERY MONUMENTS BRONZE GRAIN!! MARBLE SERVING All C I METERIES COMPARE OUR PRICES SAT. & SUNDAY BY APPT BROCHURE ON REQUEST FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221 And CEMETERY E. Hanna 626-2332 Complete Burial For z Funeral Chapel from 5 to 9 $7 2 5 tj P.M. this evening. The family f-4. will receive friends at the :I: Chapel from 7 to 8 p.M. this MATTIE P. JACKSON Add $100 for services on Saturday and add $100 8 evening. The funeral cortege Mrs. Mattie Pearl Jackson, for all services after 3 p.m. '-"11 will arrange from 2508-14th 1515 Union St., #217, passed CHARLES RELIFORD tj. St. "AIKENS FUNERAL away August 7, in a local ..................


..................................... -. .... .... .......... .. .......... .... ....... .. ....... .... .. .... ................. CARD-OF-THANKS MRS. MATTIE JENKINS Funeral services for Mrs. Mattie Jenkins, 721 Hender son St., who passed in a local nursing home will be held Saturday at I P.M. from the Allen Temple AME Church, with the Rev. J.D. Johnson, officiating, Rev. J.D. Stonom, pastor. Interment in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: daughter, Mrs. Rosa Lee Ripley and husband, Woodrow; brother, Mr. McKay McDaniel and wife, Coretha; nieces, Mrs. Lucinda Grantling, Mrs. Lugenia Williams, Mrs. Stella Maxwell and husband, Rev. William Maxwell, Mrs. Emma Lawson and hu sband, John and Mrs. Frances Johnson; nephews, Mr. James McDaniel and wife, Erma, Blanche and Mr. Thomas a number of grandnieces and grand nephews; 2 godsons, Odas Brandon, Jr. and Arthur Lee Brandon and other relatives. Mrs. Jenkins has many devoted friends which include, Alfoncer Williams. She was a native of Hinton, Fl. and member of Lily White SBA No. 16 and Royal CL No. 11, Mrs. Rossie George, The family will receive friends from 7-8 P.M. ''A WILSON'S SERVICE". MR. CURTIS MCDANIEL tha L. Williams, Los Angeles, Ca., Misses Sonja, Kena and Yvette McDaniel ;nd Isaac McDaniel; number of grand children; father, Mr. McKay McDaniel and wife, Coretha; sisters, Mrs. Hattie Butler, Mrs. Hesterine Smith and Ms. Lou Jean Williams; brothers, Mr. Thomas McDaniel, Mr. Leroy Mitchell, Mr. Nathaniel Miller, Mr. Eddie Knight and Mr. Leon McDaniel and other relatives. He was a native of Meggs, Ga. The remains will repose at the funeral home after 5 P.M. Friday. The cor tege will form at 2917 E. Col umbus Dr. "A WILSON'S SERVICE". MRS. SUSIE WATKINS Funeral services for Mrs. after 10 A.M. Saturday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE,.'' IN MEMORIAM ISSAC ROYAL, JR. July 1, 1955 August 9, 1981 You left us with memories of honor and pride, and con stantly we wish you were still by our Though the times were hard, we thought we couldn't last for long, but with the words you left us, we somehow found the strength to carry on. Sadly missed by parents: Mr. Issac, Mattie Royal; Deloris, Joseph Lovett, Grace, John Sheffield, Willie, Brenda Royal, Bobby Royal; grand parent s, J.C.,. Mattie Clark and a host of uncles, cousins, aunts and friends. IN MEMORIAM In memory of my husband, father, brother and grandfather, Mr. Raymond 0. (Crip) Meteye, who passed August 8, 1980. If I could have one life time wish, one dream that would come true, I'd pray to God with all my heart for yesterday and you Sadly missed: wife, Mrs. Vera Meteye; daughters, sons, brothers, sisters, grandchildren, family and friends. IN MEMORIAM In memory of my mother, Mrs. Lugenia Foster who passed August 8, 1963. Gone, but not forgotten. Son, Elis Walker, Sr. and family. IN MEMORIAM Willie Bradley, Jr. passed August 6, 1984, one year ago. I often sit and think of him when I am all alone, for memory is the only thing that grief can call its own. Like ivy on the withered oak, when all other things decay, my love for him will still keep green and never fade away. Never to be forgotten. His devoted wife, Bertha A. Bradley. FUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ruy Williams Funeral Home l4J7 N. Albany Ave. 253 ''When Understanding Is Needed Most" PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES 247-315/ or 247-3152 SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Discouraged, Influenced B y Evil Speli? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Anytime. Daily Blessings. 1 813) 677-2971 The family of the late Mr. Eddie Lawrence Sr., extends our heartfelt thanks to our many devoted friends, neighbors for the many gestures and acts of shown during the illness and passing of 10ur love one. The flowers, cards, condolences, and food \ were greatly ap preciated and a special thanks to Rev. J. M. Rutledge, Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church family, Tampa General Hospital co workers, Hartline Bus Company, Rev. Turner, Rev. Cliatt, neighbors of 4200 Block of Green St. and the staff of Bryant & Williams Funeral We pray God's choicest blessings on each and everyone of you. Ethel Lawrence and family. [248.u1921 I AiKENS FUNERAL HOMf Cor. Buffalo A' e. & 281h Sl. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET Our Busines s Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 OAK HILL'S FUNERAL HOME 5016 22nd St. Phone 237-8500 ''Service is more than just a word with us. William J Johnson,l.F D 50 years experience Services stort at $1395 Complete Mr. and Mrs. Hill Owners Aikens Funeral Home Corner 28th & Buffalo 232-8725 Senior Citizens Christian Aide Plan Complete Burial -Low Cost S usie Watkins, 2606 E. 38th Ave., who passed in a local hospital will be held Saturday at I P.M. from the First Bap tist Church, College Hill, Rev. Young Glover, officiating. In terment in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: hus band, Mr. Jerry Watkins, Jr; son, Mr. Jerry Watkins III and wife, Patricia Watkins; granddaughter, Pollynesia S. McMillan; sisters, Sharon Giles, Mrs. Peggy Lee Goff and husband, Mrs. Betty Burt and family, Mm Katie Byrd, Willie Mae Wilson, Mrs. Fanny Pitts and husband, Mrs. Daisy Anderson and husband, Susie Carroll, Cochran, Ga.; nephews, Joe Lewis and Frank L. Simmons, Tampa, Mr. Harry Johnson and wife, Willie Sanford, Mr. Stetson Johnson and wife, Cochran, Ga.; sister-in-law, Mrs. Drucilla Billups and husband, Maryetta Cook and husband, New York, NY.; goddaughter, Patrie Williams;_ cousins, May Bostick, Robert Bostick, Joseph_ Bostick, Lorenzo Bostick, Mrs. Narcissus McMiller and husband, Erma curry, Daytona Beach, FL, INCLUDES: CEMETERY LOT (Your Choice) Jean Kelly, Rayleen Starks, Melanie Starks, Revell Starks; OPENING & CLOSINGVAULTMETAL CASKET (Your Choice) Funeral services for Mr. life long friends, Mrs. HenrietNEWSPAPER NOTICEFUNERAL PROGRAM Curtis McDaniel, 1914 4th ta Mitchell, Mrs. ldella a ;1>-101!!! ;!>CIJ -l IC CIO Ul = :r !!. I = = ;:;-> = =::::!. I = c =-e; = C'll Ave., who passed at his Stephens and Mrs. Inez FigMINISTER'S FEEMUSICIANLIMOUSINE 'ti residence will be held Saturday gers and other relatives and HEARSECASKET SPRA Yl D. C. CHAPEL SERVICE at 10 A.M. from the New friends. She was a native of t.-: Salem M. Baptist Church, Cochran, Ga. and a member z with the Rev. Jasper P. of GUP Lodge No. tA, Mr. Weekdays Or Weekend Services z Saunders, officiating. InterJames Lovelace, Pres. FraterM ment in the Memorial Park nat rites will be said at 6 P.M. Thomas Aikens Cemetery. Survivors are: 4 The remains will repose after 5 Licensed Funeral Director 1 Embalmer M


................................................ .......................................... 01 CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE '"" Cook plus Housekeeper, R 1 AVON MONEY TALKS! HANDYMAN "" e 1able experienced Body $3.60 per hour. Must have Man wanted. 237 2484 Wants you to sell where you 460637th St. 211, Ybor City area. Owner first aid or willing to study. +-------------1 work or in your 3 bedroom frame/1 bath. finance, $2000 down pay off Call 225-1317, 9:30a.m. 5 Live-in cook needed for neighborhood. Call Now! Pat, No qualifying. 258-5151. buyers. Call Herman, p.m. Boarding Home. Non-23 8 8128 1------------J 248-6256, evenings.; 248-6112, -------....------........ _d_r_in_k_e_rs_o_n_l_y_. _24_7_--67_5_6_. __ GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD days. TUTOR(Parttime) CRUISE SHIP JOBS! TOM P. MARTINO, INC. I I'll c Q .c Q = c., I ... 'C c < I'll = E-1 t> jjoo-'C .c I'll .c = c -= = I c -c = 3 bedrooms/1 bath cement Tutor student 16 years old Full time hairGreat income potential. All 2018 E. 7th Avenue I E J' h M th dresser needed at Becky's block home, remodeled, like t--.;;;.;;;-..,;--.;...;..;.;.;,..;.:.:;.;;.;=:...... p us, m ng IS a occupations For information new. VA SO down, FHA COUNTRY LIVING Science and History. Work Salon, 5004 E. Sligh Ave. call: (312) 742-8620, ext 339. $1 ,500, SO closing cost; MANGO AREA 26-28 hours a week, Monday 985-6337 s380/month, $37 ,400_ An acre/quarter MOL. ln-thru Saturday, at $4.25 /hour. AVON 876-0780. eludes well, nice wooded area, Previous tutoring experience Experienced seamtress peace and quiet. For sale by Pre-Christmas special for a t d t M Cl required. College coursework wan e a assey s eaners, owner, $12,500. Good terms limited time. Join Avon for 32 'II b h and strong math skills prefer-09 E. H s oroug CARVER CITY are available. Call today, only $5.00. Call Now! AREA red. Apply: 238-7841 or. 969-0206; leave 9 33-9157 or 621-4175. Ask for TAMPA URBAN Is It True You Can Buy 3 BR/2 bath, family Lorrie Underwood. LEAGUE message, name, phone number Jeeps for $44 through the U.S. room, central heat and air, 1405 Tampa Park and address. Government? Get the facts to-intercom system, w / w CONTACT CAL HOPKINS Plaza WANTED! day! Call1-312-742-1142, Ext. carpet, concrete block, nice FOR THESE GREAT 9924. h h All VALUES AT 229-8117 Mature, experienced nelg bor ood. terms 877-6771 or 248-6197 janitorial personnel for the available. SAFETY & SECURITY AVON MUST SELL FAST! 2 bath, range OFFICER (HCC) Greater Tampa/St. Pete areas. Looking for an opportunity and refrigerator included, ceilResponsible security work Positions open from maids/-to make money? Join the DAVID BOWERS, Agent ing fans in living room. 11 & janitors to supervision. Exb B t Com n $32 000 $1 600 10 patro mg Mamtammg num er one eau y pa Y WALLACE z approx. to the security & safety of Colcellent pay and benefits. Full and earn 507o of all your sales. move in. Possible assumption. lege personnel buildings, and part-time openings. Apply For information call685-3227. OWE DUPLEX IN SULPHUR SPR-Monday-Friday between 3 pm grounds and parking lots. o INGS Minimum Qualifications: & 6 pm at: Parttime JanHorial, 1302 N. Nebraska Ave. $32,900. One unit has 1 H.S. grad & one year of expr. ROYAL SERVICES $5.00/hour. Immediate open-bedroom/1 bath; other unit 2907 N. florida Ave. 1 ngs for males. 253-2539 or 229-2376 as a security guard or in law has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. enforcement or equivalency). (Tampa) _______ Good investment. Must possess a valid Fla. 1----2._7 3_-_9 0 4 2----t ACCOUNTING CLERK 320424th Avenue SEMINOLE HEIGHTS driver's license. Shift work. SCHOOL BOOKKEEPER 1 Advanced sub-professional DOWN/FHA TERMS 2 bedrooms/} bath, family Rotating schedules. $10,962 yr. HS plus 1 year accounting & clerical work in 3 bedroom block home(less room. large house lot near Minimum Starting Pay: exp. in bookkeeping or finanAccounts Receivable Dept. than. rent). Move in today if park. House needs work done $11,364 yr. (plus excellent cial records. Minimum Qualifications: you qualify! Buyer pays closing cost and benefits). DIGITAL High school grad, (or ISL, AND HARBOUR REALTY owner will finance at $44,900. Application deadline: August COMMUNICATIONS equivalent diploma) and 2 AL LATTER BUILDING LOT 16, 1985. Apply: DISPATCHER years expr. in bookkeeping t------2_5_1-_3_4_7_8 ____ -1 Near the river in the heart of HILLSBOROUGH $14,851 yr. HS plus 3 yrs. and/or the maintenance of LOW AS $200 town, corner lot, high & dry COMMUNIT'Y COLLEGE communications dispatching fiscal records. '"DOWN $49,900. Make offer. Personnel Dept. exp. Minimum Starting Pay: If you are over-crowed or PALM RIVER 39 Columbia Drive Apply for either by 3:00 $9,349 yr (plus excellent being displaced, you may 4 bedrooms, IY2 baths, (Davis Islands) p.m., Friday, Aug. benefits). qualify to buy a house. Perinafamily room, nice fenced yard Tampa, Fl. 33606 Hillsborough C unty Application Deadline: nent income is required. on corner lot, $52,900. EOE-M/F Civil Service August 16, 1985. Apply: GL & Assoc. Broker ble assumption. 925 Twiggs Street HILLSBOROUGH 626_6689 DUPLEX IN HYDE PARK PART-TIME POSITIONS Tampa, Fla. 33602 COMMUNITY COLLEGE $55,000. One unit has 1 (HCC) Equal Opportunity Personnel Dept. FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD bedrom/1 bath, other unit has Employer 39 C 1 b' D i 2 bedroom/1 bath, possible 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In Hillsborough Community o um a r ve AMBITIOUS? (Da i I I d ) 3 bedrooms, screened porch, good condit1'on. College invites applicants for v s s an s Have You Considered A T Fl 33606 central heat & air, 4 yrs. old. SIX ACRES IN the following part-time posi-ampa, 0 1 $ Career In Real Estate? n Y 48,000. THONOTOSASSA tions ... to start with the Fall EOE/ M-F 'II h 1 No experience necessary. Merr Lync Rea ty I On SR 579, convenient to Term (8/26/85): WFLA Florida Inc INSTRUCTORS We will train you. Openings 1-4, high and dry, zoned R-2 aval'lable now to complete our RADIO BOARD OPERATOR Realtor-Associate All academic areas. C 11 il and AA. $72,000 will divide staff. Part-time & full time posia E een Hires, acreage. Owner financing. ($325.00 per semester hour). BAy AREA MANAGERS tions available. Responsible 977-8380 or 989-1728. TEACHING ASSISTANTS for all technical operation 1-----------..... BOARDING HOME Needed to staff Reading & INC. necessary to air programs GREAT FORECLOSURES Sixteen rooms presently W r L b R B A 2107 E. Osborne Ave. CITY LIMITS rented for $100/month w 1'th ri mg a s, eqmres scheduled during work shifts. deg ree in assJgned field and Tampa, Fla. 33610 Super location, good terms. potential for higher rent. Live d Knowledge of broadcast con-abilit to g 'de & coordinate Real Estate license reqmre Cement block, 3 bedrooms/2 in owners/managers quarters Y 01 sole operation, tape recording other tutorial personnel & acbaths, private fence, close to clean as a pen. $110,000 Good t 't' ($4 50 h ) CHEMISTRY INSTRUCTOR and program mixing schools and transportation. investment. v es. per r necessary. Radio broadcast TUTORS (HCC) Asking $38,500, $1,925 down. Put Number I Needed to staff Read1'ng and HCC invites candidates for production experience helpful. WEST TAMPA t k c: No Phone Call Please! Send owor oryou. Writing Labs. Requires a temporary/one year West of Dale Mabry, super satisfactory completion of at Chemistry Instructor resume and tape to: looking home,3 bedrooms/1 least 50 credit hours of instrucposition ... start Fall Term Operations Manager bath, asking $36,000, $1,800 tion, including Freshman (8/22/85. WFLA RADIO down. Seller pays closing cost. English land 11. Duties in-Minimum Qualifications: A 801 E. Jackson St. Progressive Real Estate elude maintenance of student Master's degree with at least Tampa, Florida 33602 Realtor records and ability to tutor on 18 graduate semester hours in WFLA an Equal Oppor-932-5580 tunity Employer. A Bay Area Realty, Inc. 4508 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa a one-to-one basic, giving the field of Chemistry. guidance on specific problems Duties will include teaching FOR SALE FHA HOMES f t t f L d t s II INDEPENDENTLYO\\'NEDANDOPERATEll orcourseprinciples.($3.45per Irs wo years o t--.... ---------1 ow own paymen. rna t---------;;;.;..:.;.;__ hr.). undergraduate college HOMES FOR monthly payment. Quick ocPiease apply on or before Chemistry courses & Labs. 3 bedroom/2 bath stucco, cupancy. Call for free in forAugust 9, 1985. Also, Physical Science courses $20,000. Handyman special. mation. For application form, please that relate to Chemistry, such 237-1625. VETERANS call Personnel Office as Physiological and/or Con-2 bedroom, corner lot, fenc(879-7222, ext. 230) or send sumer Chemistry. ed, pecan trees. Make offer VA 0 money down, no clos ing cost. Fast occupancy. Free information. letter and resume (with any Application Deadline: 237-1625. < available supporting papers) August 16, 1985. Applv: 5 bedrooms, clean, $28,000. ;;.. to: HILLSBOROUGH Owner financing. 237-1625. OWN A HOME FOR LESS THAN RENT Director of Personnel COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2 story/3 acres, $120,000, 1->-l HILLSBOROUGH Personnel Dept. private fishing hole stocked 2,3 and 4 bedrooms, low down payment. Free informa tion. COMMUNITY COLLEGE 39 Columbia Drive with bass and catfish. f-<-P.O. Box 22127 (Davis Islands) 237-1625. WALT BREWER ITS VERY WISE t5 Tampa, Fl. 33630 Tampa, Fla. 33606 SUN BELT REALTY REALTY 'ERiTISEl. .......... EiOE--M--/.F .................. EjOjEijMi/.F ............. A.sisojjc lncReiailtor .... ....... 9.3.3.. ........... .. .. _..v._._.l ...... ..


......................................................................................... CLASSIFIED 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT... s FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TALKS! 2 bedroom apt., $220 a RIDE TODAY! Department of SEVEN SERVICES REALTY 626-7131 or 685-6204 Gordon Commee Real Estate Bkr. 1 and 2 bedroom apts for month. 1 bedroom efficiency, '74 Buick Regal Environmental C'l rent, a/c. I & M Apts., 1002 $ 165/month. 94 9-3551. Sport Regulation ?ji Lemon t. -1 1. 1705 MITCHELL AVE. Sharp! $295 down, $895 full Notice of Proposed Agency ROOMS FOR RENT House for rent. 873-3650. price. Orange Motors, 3043 N. Action on Permit WE BUY HOMES AND LOTS ANY CONDITION COLUMBUS DRIVE/ t------------1 Florida Ave. 229-0549. Application FLORIDA AVE. SECTION 8 ONLy The department gives notice Furnished, neat, clean and 1 BR home 3214 Lindell, '74 Chevy Pick-up of its intent to issue a permit to 237-1371. Automatic, radio, heater, reasonable. 238-3244 or t-------------llnew tires, ready to work. Driggers Concrete, Inc. to Grocery store and meat 988-2587. t 2 bedroom/1 bath furnished 51650. No down payment. construct a concrete batch market w/3 additional apt. apt., $275/month. 254-4931. Small Payments. plant to be located at 2601 rentals, 1001 E. Columbus Large furnished rooms for ALLSTATE MOTORS Highway 674 East, Ruskin, Dr., $135,000. rent with kitchen facilities. t---S-ECT_I_O_N_S_O_N_L_Y __ -4 5018 22nd St. 237-5289 Hillsborough County. 4-1 Br apts. plus business, Call 237-2808. Lg. 3 BR home, 811 E. ConA determination of Best $65,000 w/$20,000 down. +---ROO--M-S_F_O_R_R_E_N_T ..... --1 over. 237-1371. Ml.ISCADINES GRAPE Available Control Technology Terms available. Also 3 extra VINES is not required. 2nd Avenue' Ybor City, 2 bedroom/1 b th h C-2 lots available. a ouse Sculplimes & Bullets Persons whose substantial neat and clean, reasonable, with large sh d 1 t 3 BR's/1bath home, newly a Y 0 Good quality vines. interests are affected by the renovated, 402 W. Palm. refrigerator and cooking Sl50/month. 932-2338. Guaranteed. We deliver. Call Department's proposed per-facilities. 238-3244 or t-------------t Rent-to-buy. ROOMS FOR RENT anytime. 621-4175. Lorrie mitting decision may petition RESIDENTIAL LOTS 9 88 2587 Underwood. for an administrative proLarge furnished rooms with Sell or will build to suit, 1 bedroom apt., ale, burglar bar door, near Florida HOME IMPROVEMENTS ceeding (hearing) in accorfinancing available w / good masonry, $60/week or A N 1 1 Qualitv work. All tvpes. dance with \ Section 120.57, credit. $240/month. Middle-aged venue. ew Y remode ed. J J Florida Statutes. The petition Bathroom and kitchen Repairs, remodeling, and new must confo' rm to the re2 BR/1 bath frame house, preferred. 5906 N. 40th Street. 1 $45 1 construction. Class A license $ 250 /month. Rent-to-buy. 238-1697. pnva eges. week plus quirements of Chapters 17-103 $15 00 d t d contractor. 238-3244 or This one won't last. 1-------------1 eposl requ1re and 28-5, Florida Ad-Corner 23rd St. & 28th Ave. Unfurnished 2 bdrm. 253 2539 or 229 2939 9888551. ministrative Code, and must 2 lots, R-3 zoning, water & House, 1215 Kay Street. Clean LOW INTEREST be filed (received) in the Office sewer available. Owner and reasonable. 238 3244 MISCELLANEOUS MORTGAGES of General Counsel of the motivated. Terms available. t----M-O_N_E_Y_T_A_L_K_S_! __ ......,t-------------1 CallUsWe Can Help! Department at 2600 Blair NEW ON MARKET Train for SAT (Scholastic ACCURATE MORTGAGE Stone Road, Twin Towers Oft bedroom CB building, Aptitude Test), Verbal Math 4-IBR apt. houses, rent 2718 12th Avenue. 258 5151. h BROKER fice Building, Tallahassee, $230 / month each. Reduced to, -------------1 wit Component Profes14540 N. Florida Avenue. Florida 32301, within fourteen .. sionals. 971-5639. $76,000. Owner motivated. 3 bedroom apt. fully r-------------1 Call Alan, days, 963-0565; (14) days of publication of this Call Lisa Rugotzke, Realtor carpeted, $2 75/ month. '76 Pontiac Sunbird nights, 963-1956. notice. Failure to file a request Assoc., 626-7131, eves. 237-4978. Automatic, only $995 low for hearing within this time 689-9374. J-.:::..;,...:.:....;;.;......._ ______ -1 price. E-Z weekly payments. '78 Chevy Camaro LT period shall constitute a 3 bedroom house, 3725 E. No interest! Orange Motors, Loaded, automatic, power waiver of any right such per------------1 North Bay St. $335/month, 3043 N. Florida Ave. steering, air, stereo, sport son may have to request an adFOR RENT $100 deposit. Section 8 229-0549. wheels. $2450. Small down ministrative determination payment. (hearing) under Section BR We Buy Land. Any Area. ALLSTATE MOTORS 120.57, Florida Statutes. Unfurnished I apt., Unfurna"shed 2 b d 22 d St 237 5289 2305-l5th St. Clean and e room (:all Herman, 248-6111 or ., n -If a petition is filed, the ad-apt., stove and refrigerator, "ves 248 6256 h reasonable. 238-3244. mamstrahve earmg process as water paid. No children. Call Tom P. Martino We buy Homes and Lots designed to formulate agency 621-5164. Inc. Realtor For Cash. action. Accordingly, the 00 f'l) = =. = I = E. ;:;Ei" Furnished rooms for rent, 1216 12th Ave. Clean and reasonable, refrigerator, cook ing facilities. 238-3244. Apt. for rent by week Qr by month 989-0271. 2018 E. 7th Ave. ANTHONY & Department's final action may 248 6111 ASSOCIATES > be different from the position = REALTOR 78 GMC Van 6304 N. Nebraska taken by it in thfs preliminary 1 furnished and 1 unfurnish31;4 ton, automatic, power 237_5011 statement. Therefore, persons FOR RENT ed 2 BR apt. for rent, just steering, air, radio, heater. who may not object to the pro? Small apartment by week or remodeled. Call933-3147 after Partly customized. $2850. posed agency action may wish 7 933 We bu) Home s Any Condi-month. 932-2856. p.m. or -1455, days. Easy Terms. to intervene in the proceeding. ALLSTATE MOTORS lion. Area. A petition for intervention Sect o 8 1 2 b d Tom P. Martino NICE ROOMS 1 n on Y e room 5018 22nd St. 237-5289 must be filed pursuant to home, 8015 N. lOth Sl. Inc., Realtor Furnished rooms with 237 _1371. 2018 E. 7th Ave. Model Rule 28-5.207 at least private refrigerator, kitchen Washers/Dryers 248-6111 five (5) days before the final I f'l) = Q =facilities. Very clean. 3 bedroom/1 bath, den," Refrigerators/Freezers hearing and be filed with the $46 / weekly. First and last cedar fenced backyard, near Starting At Just hearing officer if one has been week's rent ($92 moves you schools, stores and bus stops; $ 5 00 '78 Pontiac Grand Prix assigned at the Division of Ad= in). 248-5444. $200 security deposit, Full Power, air, stereo, wire ministative Hearings, Depart1 Q. ....;.-----------1 $390/month. 988-5314. Per Week wheels, two-tone paint, extra ment of Administration, 2009 I 1st MONTH'S RENT clean. $2850. Easy terms. Apalachee Parkway, 1 FREE 2 houses for rent, 3623-l8th Free Service ALLSTATE MOTORS Tallahassee, Florida 32301. If $200 Moves You In St. and 2401-9th Ave. 238_6461 501822ndSt. 237_5289 no hearing officer lias been Limited time period. 254-0604. assigned, the petition is to be Come grow with us! filed with the Department's S 2 b d 3 bedroom house and more, pac10us e room unOffice of General Counsel, f h d t 1 t Ybor City, 2612-18th St. & PaP, urms e ap e ec nc apg; 2600 Blair Stone Road, I t d 1 Columbus Dr., $280 / month ../J. .-.o, 231 4745 or $75/week plus $280 "l.V. P lances, secun Y guar IV-w::;:; Tallahassee, Florida 32301. mg on premtses. ll'" r7; .. ,. Failure to petition to intervene \ 1 IMMEDIATE RESULTS within the allowed time frame deposit. r ta L7 eav NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY constitutes a waiver of any ROLLING HILLS I 5 ___ 1 right such person has to request a hearing under Section 120.57, Florida Statutes. APARTMENTS ruoa/w ur rUUott& oaide aoailable The application is available Brm. Apartments Town Homes Cable Available Families Welcome for public inspection during normal business hours, 8:00 .!Tm.kuiduol a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday {ljy...t/v (J'o-n,tr-Q/ J u-i Tampa, Fl 33610-9544. 621-7083 Sligh & 50th Sf. -------------------------------------------251-0505 1302 S. Dale Mabry Member of National Abortion Federation 14704 N Florida Ave Fo r merly Tampa Counselinq and Abort ion Center Comments on this action shall be submitted in writing to >-l the Southwest District office b within thirty (30) days of publication of this Notice. >


.... .... .... .. .............. ............ .... .................. .. Palm River Residents Join Parents Are All smiles Forces In Organized Project Commissioners Say Center t;!l BYGWEN HAYES speaking for the the more than When Must Stay ;;J Sentinel Managing Editor 50 residents (there are more < than 250 families) who have ;; Palm River Village has been attended the meetings. < growing community of Residents and volunteers Q black families ; from other comll_lul!ities are for the past several years. encouraged to be prepared' to However, just recently (May) begin work at 7 a. m. Coffee residents joined forces to and dontits will get you the Palm River Civic started. Truckl that will '--v"""'" Headed by Mrs. Jenpickup tlie trash and debris -= Q = -.. Wright as President, the will arrive at 8 a. m. Residents will conduct their and block captains are urged major project this Saturto have the trash out prior to 8 August 10, when they a. m. Residents and volunteers a cleanup campaign are also urged to please be the community available to help get the trucks According to Mrs. Wright loaded. the civic council was formed after the community's Hopefully, the project will -volunteer fire department be completed by 12:30 and disbanded : Residents wanted lunch will be served at the to be a part of the distribution Palm River Park and Recrea of funds that had accum ulated tion Center. Blocks with IOOOJo by the fire department. After participation will receive a that ordeal was cleared, the trophy. All blocks will be residents decided they wanted judged by a committee. to do something within their Other officers of the civic community. council are: Rev. Mimmenger, The members of the board vice president; Ola Primus, of directors made contact with secretary; Kathy Johnson, Dayle Greene of the West assistant secretary; Allen Tampa Cleanup Committee, Judge, treasurer; and Clarence Fort, who has head -chaplain, Rev Roosevelt ed successful campaigns in Robin son Progress Village, the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce and others to find out their method of getting an effective, pro Weather Report "C ductive job done. = "It's not in a real bad condi< tion," Mrs. Wright stated, however, "we want to show = the community we are going to do something to improve t> where we live. Ditche s are clut tered with grass and garbage, and the county has not been = cutting the grass as often as they should," she stated. "With the teenagers being out of school and this being the summertime, we decided this would be a good time to get the job done," she explained, Today Scattered thundershowers throughout the day. High 91, low 75. Saturday Partly cloudy and warm with a 50 percent chance of rain. High 90, low 76. Sunday Con-tinued partly cloudy, high 92, low 75. '3 = I CLASSIFIED AD DEPT = -= LLANEOUSI BUY HOMES $$$ Any area. Any condition. Fast service. Call Alan, days, 963-0565; nights, 963-1956. MORTGAGE LOANS No Credit Check! Tony Muniz, Jr. Licensed Mtg. Bkr. 6304 N Nebraska Ave. 237-5011 '82 Buick Electra Limited Every option available r interior, new tires, Buick's finest. Only PRIVATE INVESTORS Will consdider any situa tion. Hom.eowners only. 963-0565, day s MONfY TO LEND Mortl(al(e Loans up to $15,000. "'o Credit Checks. Tom P. Martino, Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. Ph: 248-6111 '78 Ford Fairmont Extra clean. Only down, $35.00 weekly. N terest! Orange Motors, N. Florida Ave. 229-0549. Hillsborough County Com missioner Ron Glickman told his fellow commission members Wednesday that they'd have to see "the classroom setting" of West Tampa II Child Care Center to realize "what is being lost" if the center is closed Glickman and Commissioner Rubin Padgett are two of the com missioners who took the time to tour the West Tampa facili ty that was faced with being closed to 3 and 4 year olds who get a head start on kindergarten. The West Tampa II Center was faced with being closed in order that 40 of the more than 350 eligible kids in Robles Park would have an oppor tunity to receive the same kind of training that kids in West Tampa received. West Tampa parents were upset and proRON GLICKMAN ceeded to do s omething abput it. T.hat included contacting the county commissioners and all other elected officials. Glickman and Padgett were two who attended their graduation and parent meeting last Sunday to find out th:!ir concerns. After 2 Yz hours of debate during Wednesday's commis sion meeting, the parents and interested citizens left the chambers all smiles when they learned thar the West Tampa Center would remain open, and the kids in Robles Park would also have an opportuni ty to receive the same training The commissioners voted unanimously to make this special project an exception to their rules and fund a much needed center for Robles. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor },MRS. JOANNA TOKLEY ... Robles needs child care center Pat Bean, Director of Com munity Services, explained to the commissioners the reason a recommendation had been made for the West Tampa II Center to be closed to 40 children in favor of Robles We s t Tampa residents com plained about the building that would house the Roble s kids and the area that it sits. Michelle Billups, spokeswoman for West Tam pa parents, spoke ofthe building being across the street from a beer and wine "joint," an open playground and con ditions of the building inside. The commissioners directed staff to go in search of alter nate sites within that com munity that could be con sid e red for the head start pro gram. Mrs. Joanna Tokley, Ex ecutive Director, Tampa Ur ban League spoke to the nece ssity of the center in Robles Park. She fir s t of all MICHELLE BILLUPS .. West Tampa Parent explained that she hated to see two communities seemingly against each other vying for a program. She told of the high rate of high school dropouts, teen pregnancy and high unemployment rate in Robles She said that the center was needed as a preventative measure within the communi ty. A parent who spoke to the commissioners spoke against the Title 20 program because it was not a good program for working parents. "If parents are given too many warnings about being late to pick up their children, the kids are dropped from the program," the woman said. Her child was dropped from the prograin and she entered her in West II program. A Mr. Oliver spoke as a concerned citizen. He said he RUBIN PADGETT ... Commissioner is fortunate to se nd hi s children to private day care, but he is concerned about those working parents who are not and are in need of both centers. Commissioner Rodne y Col so n chairman, told the board that all other agencies within the city are trying to do s omething to alleviate the pr blem in Robles Park. Therefore, the county s hould make a move to assist by mak ing sure that there is a day care center in that area. Mrs Loretta Ingraham, who was in st rumental in help ing the parent s let the commis sioners know how they felt about the clo s ing, favored the West Tampa II program re maining open "to serve t he (Continued On Page 23-A) Ricky E. 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................ Police Officer Arrested On Second Crime Suspect -C harges Sentenced To Life In Prison Sexual Battery Eric Rudolph Anderson, the ..... At 11 :45 p.m. Thursday night, Tampa Police Chief Don Newberger announced the arrest of Officer Darrell B. Daniels, who has been charged with three counts of sexual battery. Daniels was taken to the Hillsborough County Jail. The 22-year-old police of ficer, who joined the depart ment in October of 1983, is alleged to have committed sex ual battery upon a Tampa cou ple on the evening of July 31, 1985. According to police spokesman Johnny Barker, no other details regarding the in cident or the arrest are being release. DARRELL B. DANIELS According to a press release issued by the police depart ment, Daniels' arrest came as i FOR RENT 2-Bedroom Apt. 918-14th Ave. (Over Main House) $60 PER WEEKs1a0 Security Deposit Plus First Week's Rent Moves You ln. All Utilities Paid By Apt. Owner. Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin 248-1921 a result of a week-long in21-year-old suspect who was B vestigation conducted by the indicted along with Guy Department's Homicide Cochran for his involvement Bureau, with cooperation in a February crime spree from the Hillsborough County which left three people dead, State Attorney's Office. was found guilty of first Also, according to a press degree murder on Wednesday. release, Daniels is suspended, On Thursday, Circuit Court and has been advised of the Judge Donald C. Evans department's intent to dismiss sentenced the suspect to life in him pending a pre-disciplinary prison without a jury recomhearing. mendation. The young man was serving The Hillsborough Circuit as a patrolman in Uniform Court jury convicted Ander District I since January, 1984. son for the murder of Daniel ERIC R. ANDERSON All S Michael Alsop, 34, on Feb. 6, Ml eS outside of the El Goya Lounge spend 25 years in prison before (Continued From Page 22-A) in Ybor City. Two of his allegbecoming eligible for parole. working parents so that we ed accomplices, Willie Ray Anderson's partner, Guy won't have to use any more of Long, 15, and Charlie James Reginald Cochran, was con our tax dollars when they go Smith, 16, testified against victed of first pegree murder in on welfare," she said. Anderson. the shooting death of 19-year-Commissioner Rubin According to court records, old Carol Lynne Harris on JuPadgett said the commisJudge Evans agreed with ly 9. A jury hds recommended sioners should "put their Defense Atty. Manuel Lopez life in prison for the IS-year priorities in place .. .instead of that the death penalty was not old suspect. spending money on leg irons applicable in Anderson's con-Cochran faces another F' for the sheriff's dept. or an viction. He had no previous murder charge, for the rll energy management study by criminal record. shooting death of 34-year-old civil service." But the young suspect must Orlando Arbelaez. Commissioner Pam Iorio ..... _______________ 11 S' voiced the same sentiments Working Partnership Workshop when she said there are "defiIn Carver City/LIncoln Gardens f ciencies in our system. We = need to reassess or commitPlans and arrangements are ban League's "Black on iment to underprivileged almost finished for next Black" Crime Prevention Pro children ... and should not be in week's "Working Partner"C a trade-off where our children ship" workshop involving regarding the are concerned." Carver City/Lincoln Gardens workshop has been mailed to 5= several homeowners, f FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN WANTS YOU TO SELECT THE officials. The workshop will businesses, religious civic c. be held August 14th through leaders and young people in trl 10 D d August 16th at the Forest that area. Pastors of churches Best resse Community Center, situated in Carver City and 13 Green St. Lincoln Gardens are being en...., Yes, we're looking to you to select Tampa's 10 Best Dr. Sandra Wilson Sheehy couraged to enroll five or six = Dressed men and women. will coordinate the daily acyouth delegates between the FEMALE Grace Sherman[75] Atty. Arthenia Jovner[56] Sorrenia Dillion [21] Luisa Puerto [5] Ambria Johnson f61 Lasha:wn Cail [24 Vanessa Brown (12] rsel Staten (16] Delina Batson [15] Aldridge Sheree Cunningham [15] James [227] Beatrice Leggett [15] Melissa Jones Patricia Cliatt Thelma Shuman [39] Busht20] Deborah Waiters [72] D.elores Russ (8] Johnnye M. Williams [80] THE VOTING BEGINS! tivities. She will be assisted by ages of 16 and 25 years old. representatives from the TamRegistration forms or addi pa Police Department, the tiona! information can be ob Hillsborough County Sheriff's tained by contacting the Office Office, the Carver City/Lin-of Community_ Relations, coin Gardens Civic and 223-8241, or Melvin McKay Homeowners Association, the and Cedric Spencer at the Community Awareness Task Forest Heights Center, 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. I VOTE UPO I : TOP TEN BEST DRESSED ; 1 I cast my vote for: MALE 0 FEMALE 0 I INAME AGE I :PHON : 1 Clip and mail to 'Top 10 Best Dressed', c/o Fla. Sentinel, I I 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605. 1 List Of Candidates MALE Cynthia Ball Bob Morrison [56] Kim Sanders [6] Andrew Tarver [13] Renaye Gooding [164] Robert Nicholson [12] Gwendolyn Miller[21] Michael Burt [31] Betty Baker (13] Warren Dawson {27] Sharon Tolliver Bobby Bowden [17] Debbie Johnson'[l40J Tony Collins [15] Lillian Thomas [58] Larry Walker (9] Danny Vickers (5] Michael Hood [5] Mary Fleming Michael Willingham[45] Herbert Bassett [II] Charles Jones [49] George Davis [12] Bennie Pollard [58] Stan Montgomery [24] Robert Jones (16] Austin [22] John Wesley Jones (63] Lesley J. Miller (23] Lexie Campbell llOJ Martha Webb [64] Eric Lee [30] Curtis Reed [85] Mercedes D. Smith Belinda Noah [52] Rho nne Sanderson [18] Frank Reddick [42] Kenneth Lofton [33] Jerod Hicks [21] Rodney Thomas [58] B. Rick Tims [20] Darryl Miles (6] George Lewis [15] Eric Stillings (7] Force, the Neighborhood 870-2136. Program, and the UrOfficer G. H. Bradford, Margaret Butler, Community Rela tions; officer D. Thatcher, Justina Long and Nathaniel Long at a previous workshop. about the decision. Hazel PittTampa mother who is ex man was pleased for her pecting another child, said as grandchildren who attend she was leaving the lobby o West Tampa II, and pleased the chambers, "now I won't that Robles Park would be gethave to worry about the next ting a center, too. One West one." 16,59. Our whole social life as m essence but a long, 33, 22. slow striving r=;;;;;;;:=;;;;;;;;;==i for victory of justice over force. 90,40. I __ > = c. :::!. I -


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__ 40YEARSSERVINGTAMPA FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1985 SECTION Black Sponsored Chamber Members Meet \Yith Tampa's Leadership Tampa, America's next great city" was the theme of the July meeting members of the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce held at the Holiday Inn-Airport on July 18. The meeting was coordinated by both the Greater Tampa Chamber's Committee of One Hundred and the local Black sponsored Bay Area Chamber. "It was perhaps one of the most informative chamber meeting we've held to date'', says Earl Moore, chamber president, "judging from the comments of members f tom both chambers in attendanAI Lucarelli, chairman of T he July Busines s Owner of the Month was presented t6 J o s eph Brow n, Jr. Bob Gadson was the presenter. S arah F Moore i s presented the Outstanding Chamber Worker o f the Mo n t h b y Bob Awa r ds Committee. Earl Moore, right, presents merit awards to AI Lucarelli, Chairman, Committee of 100. the Committee of One Hundred, led a team of speakers that thoroughly covered the last ten years strategies used in marketing Tampa as a city with a favorable business climate. One of the speakers, Tom Hall, chairman of En sslin and Hall, an economic development advertising_ agen cy, recaptured slogans leading to the most recently outdated Tampa slogan ''Tampa, where the good life gets better everyday." He went on to ex plain the new slogan "Tampa, America's next great city." AI Lucarelli and the Committee's Executive Director, Fred. Meade, also addressed a num ber of concerns voiced by the Black business community on the direction of Tampa's development and the role and benefits of the Black com munity. Concern was voiced by members of chamber on the following matters: Tampa's business leadership is quite selective in their effort to marketing Tampa as an ideal place for high tee., electronics, robotics, health care, and financial services firms. What consideration is being given to the present skill level of many unemployed inner city residents that may not possess the skills necessary for employment in these new in dustries. There is a growing feeling among Tampa's Black residents that many,of the new companies, once relocating to Tampa, is bringing in many outsiders rather than relying on the local labor market. Companies such as Honeywell, Anheuser Busch, America Ship Builders, and Citicorp are but a few firms who were induced to relocate to Tampa over the years. These companies are purchasing millions of dollars in goods and services in addition to having a positive impact on local employment. What are the steps Committee of One Hundred plans to take to en sure that these companies con sider Black vendors in their purchase of goods and ser vices? The two chambers agreed that the Black business community must play a meaningful role in Tampa's development and share the fruits of success if substance is to back the slogan "Tampa, America's next great city." The lack of participation by all segments of the community could prevent this massive program from getting off the ground or start an early decaying process from within. Joseph Brown Jr., president of Joseph Brown Jr. Con struction Company, Inc., was honored as 1July Business Owner of the month. Sarah F. Moore was as out standing chamber worker of the month. Mrs Moore was instrumental in bringing in many of the 275 members of the chamber. The next chamber meeting will be held on the fourth Thursday in August. Call 6210016' to be placed on the mailing list. Joseph Kenned y, Roosevelt Steel Mary Brown, Jennifer Young Thelma Bradle y, H erm a White and Joanna Scaglione. New members inducted into the Chamber, left to right, Pamela Young, Wilford Young, Sarah Corbett and Walter Jackson. /


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__ Gospel Truth Singers Named Honorary Doctors THE SUNDAy Two members of the John financial drives to develop gala, held at the Century Plaza Edmonds' Gospel Truth their benevolent, building or Hotel in Los Angeles, was to CHOOL. 1.$$ -ON < Singers have been named reci whatever-type funds. Viewers benefit the wives and families > -lf'""'"" ofHonorary Doctorate o{ hundreds of March of of American Prisoners of BY REV. A. LEON LOWRY of Humanities degrees. John Dimes Teleramas (in such War. The singers delivered a d f Pastor Beulah Baptist Church oo Edmonds, leader and founder cities as Chattanooga and movJng ren 1t10n o of the singing unit, and Knoxville, Tn.; Tulsa, Ok.; "America, the Beautiful" and God Will Not Forsake His Own Frederick Lowe, the only reFt. Wayne, In.; st: Louis, were greeted by a standing .... QO maining original member, Mo.; Lexington, Ky.) have ovation from the audience led Zechariah ... l:l-6; 2:1-12; 8 were both named honorary watched these gospel perby then-California-governor, doctors by the Metaphysical formers sing (and plepd) nonRonald Reagan. A few years ago the plannbringing a message that Cll Bible Institute of Progressive stop for 24 or more hours These singers have never Christianity. The Los Angeles without sleep to benefit the limited their musicianship to based institution, founded in fight against children's gospel oriented audiences. 1946 by the late Dr. Lucy diseases. They have performed for the Johnson, has subsidiaries and During the Vietnam War, Jewish Veterans of Foreign affilliates in most major cities the singers traveled to that Wars the Kentucky State across the nation. country three times to provide Reformatory, Opryland, The honors were conferred entertainment and a morale U.S A. the Nebra ska State upon Edmonds and Lowe for boost to our American serHome for the Mentally Han their outstanding contribuvicemen fighting there. On one dicapped, the Smithsonian ln tions and achievements in the of these trips, the group exstitute Festival of Folklife, and field of Christian music and perienced a rocket attack durso on and on. Just recently, entertainment in their respecing one of their shows. They 5,000 gays and lesbians daptive churches, communities, were hustled to the safety of a ped their hands and swayed and throughout the world. near:by bunker where they had (and shed tears) to the Gospel Edmonds organized the to remain for several hours Truth musical messages at the Gospel Truth in 1964 in Bowlbefore being transported back annual Christopher Street Gay ing Green, Kentucky, with -by armored tank-to their Pride Festival in Los Angeles. Lowe as one of the original lodging quarters. five members. Over the past As a result of their work for In addition to Edmonds anc;l twenty-plus years, they have USO during this war, the Lowe, the John Edmonds' donated their musical energies Gospel Truth was asked to Gospel Truth personnel is to assist thousands of churches sing at the national POW banevened out by Steven Whitlock throughout the country in quet in 1971. The star-studded and Howard Scruggs. Pictured left to right, Howard Scruggs, Steven Whitlock, John Edmonds, and Frederick Lowe. Psychiatric Move Against Religion Under Attack having recognized the unworkability of standard The psychiatric profession is psychiatric methods. an active liability to our A true picture of this pro-BY ALEXANDER R. JONES Having no workable fession can be seen in the real it is literally the life horros of mental institu day witch doctor of tions where blacks, the poor, culture, consuming and others without the finanof our state cial and legal resources to de federal tax dollars each year, fend themselves are subject to producing by and large, bizarre brain surgery, shock misery, hopelessness, treatments and other forms of and death. 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A. F. Kilbride In$. 4.50 l Nebraska 238 J 4 ing committee for the next surveyor's sights are too low, World's Fair in 1992 was lookhis plans are too small. The ing for a host city. After new Jerusalem is not to be as dozens of meetings and a few the old. God himself will trips to Paris, the second determine its boundaries, and runner-up, the committee not man. It will be built large finally settled on Chicago as enough to include multitudes its choice. Unfortunately the It is evident by the words of issue was not settles then and the prophet that God has no there. intention of forsaking His The city council of Chicago people. God has a hand in the and the Illinois state future greatness of the future legislature had to have their Jerusalem It will not rest say in the whole matter. upon man's plans. It will be Politics as usual. One week the the result of the benevolent projected fair seemed to be acdesign and 11rotection of cepted by all; in the next week, Lord. God is referred to as a the fair looked doomed, wall, which simply means that forever postponed in red tape the city would include what and other political manuevers. God wanted it to include and The planning committee for would exclude what God the Fair probably wondered if wanted excluded. they had made the right Then he says that a fire choice. We'll have to wait unwould be around the city, intil1992 (Lord willing) and see. dicating the protection of In this lesson, God expresses God, a protection far greater again His desire for His. peothan that supplied by battle ple, in spite of their sinfulness. ships, atomic bombs, missiles Through the Prophet and jet planes Zechariah goes Zechariah, the Lord makes on to state that the glory His heart's commitment to would be in the midst of this Judah: "I will never forsake city of God for the Lord you." We will discover what himself would be there. happened when the Lord Wherever G<;>d is there is chose Jerusalem again, and glory. It is that simple. If God called His people back out of be absent from a people = = :r = ; = c:r ... Cll :I" =. daughter of Babylon. whether from a nation, a city a God promised Abraham congregation, or an individual that he would make his offthere is no supreme glory, spring a great nation through whatever else may be present > whom blessing would come to or achieved. On the other :s all the earth. What of that.pro,._ ___ hand, every life can be made c=. mise now? Had God ; s promise glorious through the presence to Abraham been abrogated or of the Spirit of God. People :revoked? We discovered the glory in many things, but here I ab.swer in last week's lesson. is the true glory. "Let not the .for we saw that people who wise man glory in his wisdom, had forsaken God were, by neither let the mighty man = mercy, preserved and glory in his riches : But let him a Blessed until such a time when glory in this, that he :I" a return to Judah would be understandeth and knoweth possible. The return took me .. saith the Lord. place under King Cyrus, king God had sent His people in of Persia. This was around 537 to exile, now he gives them an B.C. when the return abega opportunity to return home. and work on rebuilding Many of them refused, preferJerusalem commenced, ring rather to remain in however oppostion, apatny Babylon Like many of us and a spirit of defeat soon many of them refused to aborted the effort and then in cept God's invitation, ref 520 B.C the work was resum-to trust Him. Just so many ed. It waS at the point that us prefer to remain in Zechariah begap his prophetic world c>f'sin rather than to activity. At the _putset his concept new life in Christ Jesus cern was for the new Yet Zechariah encouraged, Jerusalem. even in circumstances apZechariah 's book opens parently unfavorable, for he with a call to repentance. This could see the hand of God pre-is followed by a series of vi-sent and could offer the sions. 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"lri addition to our color work also specialize in pet and smoke odor control and decontamination, flood damage restoration, and furdrapery, and oriental CARRIE McQUAY rug cleaning." Carrie McQuay states, "As one of our customers you will have the security of knowing there is one company who reaches beyond the traditional 'carpet care' functions." The local Rainbow Interna tional operation is part of a national network of 800 fran chises spanning from coast to coast. The home office is located in Waco, Texas where a support team provides back up research and technical ad vice. Rainbow International is ranked as one of the ten fastest growing franchise companies in the nation. Its phenomenal growth and stability prompted nationally recognized En trepreneur magazine to feature the firm as its cover story in the May 1985 issue. David McQuay, Jr. states proudly, "I'm excited to be a member of the Rainbow family. The number one item of our code of values is 'Superior service to our customers and our community.' We want our business to grow and prosper along with Tampa; we plan to become an integral part of Tampa." Rainbow International's local office is located at 5100 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 190, Tampa, Florida 33609. Call Carrie or David McQuay for more _information (813) 875-4600. Bahamas' Prime Minister Speaker For Mayors WASHINGTON D.C. Mayor Johnny Ford, Presi dent of World Conference of Mayors, announced this week that Sir Lynden Pindling Prime Minister and Minister of Finance for the Bahamas -will deliver the keynote ad dress at the opening session of the World Conference o Mayors Second Annual Con vention, August 25-28, 1985 at the Paradise Island Resort MEDICAID ACCEPTED We Take The Bite Out Of Dental Care Costs! Teeth Cleaning (REG.$15-SPEc. THRUB /31/ 85) 510 W hr. appointment with Licensed Dental Hygienist) Fuii .Mouth Scan X-Ray .............. 518 (Panoramic -Maxilla and Mandible, film) Crowns/Caps (PER TOOTH) 0. 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 0 0 each5199. (Porcelain with non-precious metal) Dentures, Deluxe .............. set 5385 (Complete Upper and Compete lower) Partial Dentures .............. each 5245 (full cast partial with two chrome clasps, Upper or Lower) fillings (PER SURFACE) 515 : one surface or Composite. resin, one surface) BRACES ONE FAIR PRICE FOR ALL REGARDLESS OF TYPE OF BITE PER $100 S4968 MONTH down INCLUDING 12% A.P. R OR FULL CASH PRICE '1095 Comprehensive orthodontic treatment of the transitional dentition, or treatment of the permaneiJ! dentition. Martin R Crytzer, Certified Orthodontist; Member, American Association of Orthodontists. Town & Country DENTAL CENTER A DIVISION OF SOUTHEAST DENTAL CENTERS 888-6868 8370 W. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. 888-6868 JUST EAST OF .WEST HILLS PLAZABETWEEN SCOTIY'S & PONDEROSA DENTAL INSURANCE ACCEPTEDNO CHARGE FOR PROCESSING Open Six Days A Week Evening Hours Available (PRE-AUTHORIZATION REQUIRED) Joel S Gorbllk. D D S Rudolph T Liddell D D S No Appointment Needed For Emergencies Advertised prices are minimal fees and do not include x rays Additional Expense may be incurred, depending upon individual condiJions NAACP Holds Third 'Opportunity 85' Seminar In Detroit NEW YORK The NAACP announces its ''Opportunity 85", the third in a series of five Black Business Opportunity Seminars, which will be held in Detroit, Michigan on August 15-16, at the Westin Hotel. Sponsored by the Economic Development Department of the NAACP, under the direc tion of Fred Rasheed, these seminars were designed to bring corporations that have signed Fair Share Agreements together with Black en trepreneurs and business representatives to discuss con tract opportunities. They also expose the signatory -c-ompanies to additional black suppliers who have the poten tial to supply goods and ser vices to major corporations. The Honorable Coleman Young, mayor of Detroit, will welcome attendees, along with Charles Anderson, NAACP Regional Director and Dr. Adams, Detroit Branch President. Presentations on procurement opportunities will be made by Adolph Coors Cempany, Michigan Consolidated Gas Company, Commonwealth Edison of Chicago, .Hardee's Food System, Inc., K-Mart Com pany, Kroger Company, Mc Donald's Corporation and Wendy's International, Inc. The first two seminars were held in in Miuch and Dallas in June, with upcoming seminars to b'f! held in Atlantic City and Angeles. All Black businesses and en trepreneurs from around the country are invited to par ticipate in these business opportunity seminars. = liD Requests for conference in. g. formation and registration forms should be directed to i;; Randall E. Brock, Special 5. Projects Manager, Economic ;" Development Program, g. NAACP, 186 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 or (718) 858-0800. Equitable To Close Offices ; On Dr. King's Birthday =NEW YORK, NY The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States will observe the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King by closing its offices nationwide, it was announced by John B. Carter, president and chief executive officer. According to Carter, Dr. King's birthday will be an ad diton to Equitable's holiday schedule, with no reduction in other holidays or in personal Hotel, Nassau, Bahamas. "Weare delighted to have the Prime Minister address us," said Mayor Johnny Ford of Tuskegee, Alabama, USA. This year's theme "Building Local Economics Through International Trade and Foreign Investments" -has generated much interest from Mayors, Diplomats, government officials, business executives, technical specialists, and .academic scholars. The convention will days granted to Equitable em ployees. "Our company has a long tradition of supporting equal opportunity and constructive social change, and we welcome this occasion to participate in = recognizing the values Dr. King epitomized," Carter said. I Declared a national holiday by Congress in November 1983, Dr. King's birthday will be observed annually on the third Monday in January. In 1986, it will fall on January = e =-20. The Equitable, a major providt:r of financial services to consumers and businesses, is the nation's third largest life insurer with over $77 billion in assets under Spot 248-1921 e = flj Specializing In Credit Problems!. Askfor Your Sulek Friend l.EE M./ TYl.ER 4400 N. DALE MABRY PHONE: 872-7746 COME SEE ME TODAY! ST. PETE CALL: 443-7883


.......................................................................................................................... ; Deal-Moore-WatkinsWilson Family Reunion ;;J 1.-' ;;J < ;;. < Q -r-. -= = = I c The descendants of the Deals, Watkins and Wilsons enjoyed three days of activities coordinated by the hostess Carolyn Collins in Tampa. Local families joining in love were the Collins, DuPrees, Harmon, Hamiltons, Akibohs, Peases, Larry, Jones, Nelsons, Warrens and Golden; while families from out-of-the city included the Ghees, Frances, Collins, Exum, Gobas, Sams, Lindsey, Loves, Thompsons, Warrens, Wileys and Moores 1 from Altamonte Springs and < Ft. Lauderdale; California; Arizona; New York; Ohio; rl South Carolina; and Alabama. i:' The activities started out Cl,) with registration and games Friday night at the Dr. M.L. King Complex. The Exums and Thompsons from Califor. nia arrived in Hawaiian attire while others were dressed casual for an evening of games, m -usic and refreshments. The details for the Saturday and Sunday affairs were announced, itineraries were available and after a joyful evening everyone = = = I Cl,) = = Cl,) 00 departed for home. Satufday's program were started with a Program and a dinner from 1 to 5 p m. at Duff's Smorgasbord in Bran don. One of the program's highlights was the awarding of special gifts. They were: 1985 hostess-Carolyn Collins; youngest female-Sophia Collins; youngest maleChristopher oldest female-Ceola Collins; oldest Collins; -most political-Willie Warren. Traveling from farthest distance-Rick Nelson (Arizona) and Mary France (California). Oldest family representatives attending, Deal-Eatha Mae Pease; Wilson-Woodrow Collins, we joined there before and after church for a Con tinental and families photo session. Afterward everyone was c moved by an inspiring message by Rev. C.T. Kirkland at Mt. PleasantM.B. Church. Sis. Catherine Nelson served as the family person. More Scenes From Black And White Ball Mr. and Mr s. George (Jackie) Davis enjoy the Black and White Ball. Wilson; Silas-Ocie Ghee; -Watkins-Ceola Collins The Remodeling Roofing 1986 hostess will be Ocie Ghee Painting of Altamonte Springs. The banquet-program end-Window Installation ed with encouraging remarks = by Willie Warren. Sub. A And B Contracior f-< After the rain and a little Tampa Associated Building :I: rest, everyone enjoyed a Repai1 Feast at the home of Robert Bonded and Darlene Collins. 238-5564 4 \ tS, Early Sunday morning at Pi:TER SMITH, JR. PETER SMITH, SR. .. ........ M .. r.and .. Mrs .Harry .. (L .. ucille) .. Morris ........ .. --iiiVilicaiiPiraisilidiainitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ..


Increase Your :. Earnlr:-g Power --By Enrolling Now In Classes -At Hillsborough Community College There's no time like the presen t to invest in a new careEn or update the old one. And-the best way to do that is to enroll in one 9f HCC's 50 exciting and contemporary career training programs._ Tuition low lust $21 per semester hour for Florida residents: $46 for non-Florida residents. Class times are flexlble classes are held on before and after work, as well as days and evenings. Conveniently located ceii!'puses and learning centers. Register ForThe_Fall Term Registration Dates: August 12-23, 1985 Times: 9-7, .Monday-Thursday 9 am-4 pm, Friday Classes Begin August 26 and End December 16, 1985 Choose From One Of These Career Fields Aaloclateln Arts.,._,... (Unlvenlty Panlllelhttree) Associate In Arts degr-is a two-year, university parallel program designed to prepare the student for transfer an upper division.college or university. HCC offers the following AA degr-s: .. .. Agriculture Art Building Business Administration Business Education Computer Science :Engineering Industrial Arts Justice Administratfon .tiberal ArtS (Law, Education) MedicafScienc(Dental, Medical, Pharmacy, Veterinary) Music l"hysical Education Recreational Education Auoclate In Science h8r(Car.., Training Proeram) The Associate In Science degree is designed for students who desire immediate entry into the job market in a technical or occupational area. Many of the AS degrees can be applied toward o four-year degree at a senior college or university, HCC offers the following AS degree programs: AGRICULTURE: Horticulture BUSINESS: Accounting Banking Business Management Financial Credit Management Hospitality Management Marketing Po!!_tal Management Studies Retail Management PUBLIC SERVICE: fire Science Technology Justice Administration SICIIIT A .RIAL SCIENCE: Administrative Secretary Information/Word Processing Legal Secretary Medical Secretary Office Administration HEALTH EDUCATION: Diagnostic Medical Sonography Emergency Medical Technology Human Service Technology Nuclear Medicine Technology Nursing Opticianry Dispensing Technology Radiation Therapy Technology Radiologic Technology TECHNOLOGIES: Architectural Construction Engin-ring Business Machine Technology Computer Information Spialist Electrical Technology Electronics Technology Engin-ring Technology Interior Design Technology Certificate of ProflcleMy The Certificate of Profici-cy Program offers approximately one year of concentrated training in a spific job skill which will prepare students for entry-level positions in various occupational/technical car-r fields. A Certificate of Proficiency may be earned in many of the areas listed under AS degr-s. For.morelnformatlon, contact the_,_ _,..t you: Dale Malt,Y Campw Plent Cty Campw* Tampa Bay Blvd at 1206 North Park Rd. Dale Mabry Highway Plant City Tampa 754-1561 (Plant City) 879,7222 223-1761 (Tampa) Yltor aty Campw 2001 14th St. Tampa 247 HCC at Brandon 3010 S. Kings Ave. Brandon 689-8313 *Classes Will Also Be Offered In Riverview And Ruskin. Contact The Plant City Campu$ For More Information. HB Hillsborough Community College HCC i s An Equal Access Equal Opportunity College By CHRIS RINK Lewis' duties includ scheduling and perform NORFOLK, va. "I like physical examinations, Ike" was a popular phrase trocardiograms, audiograms with 1952 campaign supand ordering eyeglasses. porters of our 34th president. also is a member of the Ike Today, those words are a Medical Response Team reflection of pride among crew shipboard equivalent to members of one of the largest ambulance service)." warships in the world the The petty officer third USS Dwight D. Eisenhower. says working on a nuclear Many of the 5,5QO men on powered aircraft carrier is the board the Norfolk-based ship only way to go, but there are wear buttons displaying the advantages arid disadvantages. slogan Navyman Jessie Lewis III is "The advantages of serving one of "Ike's" dedicted supon a carrier are definitely not secret," the 4-year sea service porters veteran says. "Our size and The 1981 graduate of Chamberlain High School is a strength are the most promihospital corpsman assigned to nent of our advantages However, the 'cons' ar e no the medical department on the secret either. If you're mar nuclear-powered aircraft carried, it's no t lace to be. We rier. d Corpsman assist medical ofspen a cons erable amount fleers in providing health care of time away f rom The deployment to service personnel and their time for an aucraft carrier is families They also serve as battlefield medics and in other seven months. capacities. Lewis says his wife, the "My job, as well as the jobs former Doris E. Hampton of of the rest of the department, Tampa, supports his job is vital to the overall operation percent. However, he says, she of the ship," he says. "We're would like him around more responsible for the health of often. The Lewis' have an in.. the crew, and to some extent, fant daughter, Jessica. the morale. Lewis say,s he joined the ''We've got a 65-bed ward, Navy because he has always two isolation rooms, a three. been intrigued by it and bed intensive care unit, an wanted to be part of the ser operatirig room and lots of vice. He adds that he became a battle-dressing stations. corpsman because he "We show the same concern always been interested in and consideration you'd ex-medical field. pect from the rest of the He says he plans to get medical profession for an in. a nursing program and toenail to an appendecbecome a commissioned of tomy." ficer. Petty Officer Jrd Class Jessie Lewis treatS a patient in sick bay. Landmark Trial Ends After Five Weeks BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Alabama's historically black universities are poorly funded and are "losing ground" to mostly white schools, the final witness concluded Friday in the federal trial of the state's higher education system. As an example, a sociologi.st To Place Cancel Or Correct testified, a "dramatic and drastic" increase in academic programs at Auburn Universi ty at Montgomery has wrecked efforts to desegregate predominantly black Alabama State University. The landmark trial ended about 8 p.m. Friday, five weeks after testimony began July 1. U.S. District Judge U.W. Clemon, the state's first black federal jurist, now must begin his r:eview of evidence, f ::r CLASSIFIED ADS Dial 248-2825 or but with deadlines of Sept. 13, Sept. 27 and Oct. 4 for filing various objections and legal "= briefs, a ruling is not expected > for several months. 248-3033 z 248-1921 z t'Pl


Blacks In Government Host Training Conference The National Office of Blacks In Government (BIG) has announced its program schedule for the Seventh An nual National Training Con ference which will be held on August 15-18, 1985 at the Sheraton Washington Hotel in Washington, D C. "The Dynamics Of Change Think Big". The theme of this year's con ference recognizes the changand shifting currents of of! -r-uu society and the inli impacts of those anges for government employees in the work en1 I'll = E-4 t> i .c: I'll -::s TONY BROWN vironment and communities. Specific traning workshops will be aimed at competency development in such diverse topics as computer technology, financial manage ment, performance and pro ductivity improvement, career development, entrepreneur ship, management skills and health maintenance issues. Major pfenary sessions featuring such notables as Tony Brown and California Assemblywoman Maxine Waters will focus on a variety of public policy issues as well as national and international affairs. MAXINE WATERS = C:: ... = = I .C:: ,. -... c:: =:l: Defense Lawyer Slain In S. Africa JOHANNESBURG :__ Four black gunmen killed a black lawyer who was defending 16 anti-apartheid activists against treason charges, police said Saturday. An exiled guerrilla group blamed the slaying on the white-minority government. Police appealed for help in tracing the killers of Nonyamezelo Mxenge, 43. Police said the gunmen fired as Mrs. Mxenge got out of a car at her home late Thursday in a black township near Dur ban. She was rushed to a hospital by her son, but was dead on .. <>rn''" A policeman state said the killers escaped in THE a car. Mrs. Mxenge was defending I(! members of the United Democratic Front who are charged with treason. The front is the main organized op ponent of South Africa's racial segregation laws. In Washington, State Department spokesman Charles E. Redman calied on South Africa to "find and prosecute the perpetrators of this henious crime." And the House of -tatives voted 380-48 in favor of imposing limited economic sanctions on South Africa, but conservative Republican op position in the Senate delayed a final vote for at least a 713 AS. HOWARD AVENUE OPEN SUN., MON., THURS. FRI. 10 AM-6:30PM CLOSED SATURDAY BACK TO SCHOOl. SAI.E BOY S LA TEST STLES SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS. LOW PRICES BOY'S DRESS PANTS & JEANS, SIZES 8-20 ........ '5.95 UP MEN' S 2-PC. WALKI.NG SUITS ............. ..... '175 UP MEN'S BAGGY PANTS SIZES 27-42 ....... ..... '9.95 UP MEN'S 100% POL VESTER CONTINENTAL & -BELT LOOP PANTS 28 -60 ........... .. .. ....... '6.95 UP Z MEN'S SUITS (36-60) ...................... LOW PRICES LEATHER LOOK AND PARACHUTE PANTS .......... '6.95 MEN'S WORK PANTS ............................ '6.95 !-I Bill For Medicare Must Be Itemized Many people in the local area wait longer than necessary to receive payment from their Medicare medical insurance because they failed to submit itemized bills with their request for payment form, a Social Security manager said recently. Medical insurance is the part of Medicare that helps pay for doctor bills, outpatient hospital bills, and other items and services not covered by hospital insurance. To receive payment under medical insurance, a person generally submits a request for payment form along with itemized bills for services received. The trouble, the manager said, is that often the bill does not provide a detailed descrip tion of the services provided and, therefore, a decision can not be made as to whether they are covered. As a result the pa tient must be contacted for more information and payment is delayed. To prevent this person should be sure tliat each bill shows: A description of each ser vice provided; The date the service was provided; The place the service was provided; The charge for each service provided; The doctor or supplier who month. President Reagan's in tentions also remained uncer tain. provided each service; and The person's name and health insurance claimnumber, exactly as it appears on the Medicare card. It is helpful if the diagnosis is also shown. For more information, con tact any Social Security office. The address and telephone number of the nearest office can be found in the telephone directory. Q. My 15-year-old son was in an auto accident last year and will be disabled for the rest of his life Is he eligible for supplemental security income? A. Your son's eligibility for SSI will depend on your in come and financial resources. SSI payments go to needy peo ple who are aged or blind or disabled. You should get in touch with a Social Security office fpr more information about SSI and for help with an application for your son. Washington Launches Business Ad Campaign WASHINGTON Washington Mayor Marion Barry last week launched an aggressive national advertising campaign "Washington, D C. is Business" -to attract new companies to the nation' s capital. "The District of Columbia is a world class capital city with significant commerce and a high quality of life," the mayor said. "It' is the center of influence and power and in creasingly is becoming an in ternational center of finance and information." The marketing offensive, endor s ed by the city's community, is expected to cos $137,000 for the remainder fiscal 1985 and $286,000 fiscal 1986. Mayor Files To Run For 4th Term DETROIT Mayor Cole man Young says lie "will shoot at all opponents like rabbits" as he seeks a fourth four-year term at the helm of the nation's city. "I take aU elections seriously,'' Young, 66, said at a news conference Tuesday. "It would be a mistake" not to. Young filed petitions bear ing 2,674 signatures with city clerk's office about 3 p m., an hour before the filing deadline for the Sept. 10 primary election, said Clerk Maria Militello. Young declined to say which of his 15 declared opponents he considers the most serious challenger in the nonpartisan primary "I worry about all contenders," Young said. "If you are a contender, you've got me worried. School Plnlsicals 8a.m. to 10 r.UtiiYeiyday 13210 Nortli 30th St.. Tampa 977 2777 2600 U .S. Hwy 1 9 North north o fV.A. Hospital across from Counlrys id e Mall 2810 W Buffalo Ave .. Tampa across fro m S t. Joseph's Hospital 8 7 7-8450 799-2727 681-5571 MEN'S FANCY JEANS ........... .. ............ '6.95 UP


...................................................................................... Urban League Is Urged To Stress World Assembly O n Vedi c Science 9 Defense Issues To Blacks In U.S. WASHINGTON -A cur rent "Be All That You Can Be" television ad for the Army depicting a black woman as an air traffic controller should serve as an object lesson for blacks, members of the Na tional Urban League were told at a recent gathering. ''Those black kids hanging around the street corners, by and large, are not the ones joining the service today," said Dr. Edwin Darn, a defense analyst with the Washington-based Joint Center for Political Studies. "The military is getting some of our best and brightest." With blacks now numbering more than 19 percent of the military (compared to 12 percent of the general population), blacks mu s t pay more attention to national security matters and the im pact of the defense budget on black people, Darn and Dr. Alvin Schexnider, an associate dean at Virginia monwealth University, told League members. t "We may have to socialize some of our thinking and accept some of the given precepts in the world, because it is hard to think of a black perspective on national defense," said Darn. Nevertheless; he added, "We have to join that very small, very elite group that controls national security. We need more blacks in interna tional affairs and less with Ph.D.s in black politics." Nigeria Falls Out For Police Call Nigeria Millions of people took t o the s treet s of Nigeria with brooms and s hovel s Saturday on the fir s t day o r a massive nat i onal clean up organized b y the military government. Large c r o wd s of Citize n s ranging from bu s driver s to bu s inessmen turned ou t at d a w n in all 19 s tate capit a l s and began clearing waste, s weeping st reet s and loading dirt into t ruck s local new s r e ports s aid. Maj G e n. Tunde ldiagbon the arm y chief of staff and the No 2 man in the gov e rnm e nt, s aid the cleane s t s tate capital would re ceiv e a trophy and a pri z e of I million naira w orth $900,000 U.S. Judge Finds Bias In Housing T YLE R T ex. A Fe der a l d istric t j u dge has r uled t hat the H o using and Urban D eve lopment Department's public hou s ing policies discriminate against minority g r oups in 36 Eas t Texas coun ties. J udge Wi lliam Wayne J ustice said Wednesday t h at the department had followed a un ifo r m p olicy of k n ow in gly s upport in g seg re ga t ed h o u s ing He ordered t h a t a desegregation p l an be p r opos e d b y the housing department which provides funds to and oversees public housing deve l opments Art hu r Gold b erg, a Justice D epartment attorn ey, sai d h e had not see n t h e or d e r a n d w o uld not c omm e n t on it. Jamaican Pins Blame On U.S. Pot Smugglers KINGSTON Jamaica -Jamaica's minister of national s e c uri t y s ays U S. officials un fairly portray the i s land as a m ajor drug exporter and has accused U.S. drug traffickers of corrupting Jamaicans by persuading them to grow mari juana, Addressing Parliament on new measures to combat drug traffickin Winston Spaulding s aid U.S. citizen s are using "American money, American contacts and organization to corrupt Jamaican s to produce marijuana in Jamaica." The drug is ''transported mostly in American planes, mainly by Americans to America, to satisfy an illegal market demand in America for this Spaulding said. EMPIRE PAINTS Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up -------------------PAINT LATEX ... $3.49 OUTSIDE WHITE .. $6.49 ROLLER PAN SET ............. $1.49 Ea. 3" BRUSHES ................... 49 Ea. SALE PRICES GOOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONL Yl l! l > 00 -3 :;c Piciured above are many of the participants of African descent who attended the World Assembly pn Vedic Science which attracted over SSOO experts in the Maharishi Technology of the Unified Field from all SO states of the U.S.A. and over 47 other countries. The Assembly was held from July 8-18, 1985 at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center. Said spokesman Kamau Sunev, "We want the African-American Community to rise to a high level of unity prosperity, and self-sufficiency that will inspire the respect and appreciation of all other com munities and uplift the whole nation. Our confidence in our ability to produce these results is based upon the documented efficacy of the Maharishi Technology of the Unified Field as verified by the abundant research findings which demonstrate the numerous benefits for the in dividual and society." SID if = ; !!.. I = = ; Goode Unperturbed By U.S. Inquiry BALTIMORE Mayor W. Wil son Goode of Philadelphia today defended his actions in the con f rontation with the radical group Move and said he had no fear of a Federal v e s tigation into the in cident. M ay o r Goode backed up the police action i n dropp i ng a t w o p o u n d bomb o n th e f or tified ho use occupie d b y a r m e d mem b ers o f the gro up T he bo m b i g n ite d a c on t aine r o f fl ammable liquid, the authorities s a i d, startin g a f i r e that l eft 1 1 people dead in t he house, 61 home s de s troyed and 250 p e ople homele s s "I welcome anyone telling me and telling the public the truth, Mayor Goode said to day. "I don' t have any con cern at all about my role, about my motives and about what I wanted to see happen." On Wednesday, the United States Attorney in Philadelphia, Edward S G. Dennis Jr., announced that he would open a "preliminary investigation" into "certain I -. 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 tion 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: that the undersigned in tends to engage in the business of Steel Work, at 9609 Williams Road, Thonotosassa, FL Dated this 17th day of July 1985 MAYOR WIL S O N GOODE e v ent s s urroundin g the Mo v e incid e nt of May 13, 1985" t o determine if Federal civil rights laws were violated. The inve s tigation is to be con ducted by Federal Bureau of Investigation. Mayor Goode, who ap peared at the opening of the convention of the National Association of Black Journalists, said he had made "a conscious decision'' to side with residents of the West Philadelphia neighborhood who had been complaining for months about the actions of Move members, who occupied a house on Osage Avenue. The Mayor was questioned by a panel of four journalists. On one hand, Mayor Goode said, was Move, which he described as "an organization bent on violent confrontation On the other hand were the residents of the middle-class black neighborhood who the Mayor said were being h eld hostage b y Mo v e i n an a t tempt to for c e the city to s e e k t he release o f i t s member s who 1:'1'1 < wer e in pri son. Mr. Good e, wh o f a ce d a n .;j audi e n ce that w a s not entir ely symp a t h e t ic, said he had no need t o p rove his blackness or defe n d his politica l beliefs. No o ne, he said, has the right t o go into a n e i ghborhood, threaten its resident s "and call t he m all kinds of name s and say We re going to mak e y o ur life miserable as long as we hav e members of our organization in jail.' > = c. ll!j .. I = =The residents of the neighborhood, he said, had the right to live in peace. ::; "I made a conscious deci; sian whose side I was on," he said. "I was on the side of those people living in that neighborhood who tried to raise their families and to develop their children." Mayor Goode, who said he had only learned of plans to "blow a hole in the roof" of the Move house minutes before the bomb was dropped, said he would reserve judg ment on the action of his subordinates until a commis sion he appointed to in vestigate the confrontation has acted. Piano Studio Of HEL.EN M. MORRISON Now Taking PRE-REGISTRATION For 85-86 SCHOOL YEAR Pre-School (4 Pre-College (7 Adults (All Ages} "C > c;') ttl t"" Call For Information And An Interview 247-2394 ttl F rank Johns on z Sole O w ne r 3673 Lindell Avenue Ta m pa, FL 33670


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LB FRESH Romaine Lettuce LB SOLID FIRM Green Cabb e LB FIRM EXTRA-LARGE Tomatoes 1450Z ALPO Beef Chunks 5 LB PURINA D Chow 18 OZ PURINA Tender VIttles 7 OZ KRAFT Marshmellow Creme 48 oz 32 OZ AUNT JEMIMA COMPLETE Pancake Mix 18 S OZ BETTY CROCKER Cake Mixes 16 OZ DEL MONTE CUT Green Beans 16 Ol VAN CAMP" $ Pork & Beans OZ BETTY CROCKER Au Gratin Potatoes 8 Ol HUNT'S Tomato Sauce OZ DEL MONTE Fruit Cocktail 29 Ol DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING Peaches S INDICATES ITEM WAS ON SPECIAL .. If cOmparing prices, remember to final totals! 23 .25 .33 '.25 usa t39 t69 1.79 1.79 .ee 99 .59 .99 99 Ae 69 .79 .89 .99 .ae .79 t09 .99 .79 .ee t19 t09 1.19 1.19 2.ae 3 .49 2.99 2.99 2.99 .ae .49 .69 .69 1.19 jS .16 .18 .... .15 Ae .49 .69 .79 .79 .ae .48 .40 .49 .45 2.58 2.69 2.69 2.63 2.65 1.58 1.67 1.67 1.67 1.65 .ea .78 .79 .11 79 2.ee. 3.04 3.04 3.,11 2.95 1A4 1.51 1.59 1.49 1.49 1.0a 1.08 1.08 1.05 t08 1.21 1.42 1.45 1.39 1.27 .as .40 .40 .37 38 .as .35 .35 .35 .39 .87 92 .95 .89 89 .e3 .99 to5 .99 .95 .7e .92 .93 851 89 AS .57 57 .47 .51 .33 .35 .35 .371 37 .87 .99 .99 89 ... 89 .27 :31 .29 .33 .29 .81 89 .89 85 83 1.03 '1.09 1.08 1..03 Here's the Kash n' Karry Total! 195.53 Here's the Winn Dixie Total! 221.11 (+13.1%} arr FOOD CENTERS IOCT. Contac 30 CT .-PLASTIC WIDE Bandald 12 OZ. DISPOSABLE Massen II Douche 2 .50Z. Arrld Roll-On 5 CT GILLETTE Tracll Bladel 4 CT Personal TOUCh Blades 10 CT Ultrex Here's the Albert sons Total! 225.70 (+15.4%} 4.69 4.39 4.29 4.59 4.98 5. 39 4 68 5.19. 2.49 2.79 2A8 2.69 2 .79 2.59 2.79 2.88 2. 78 2. 79 2.79 2.95 1Ae 1. 79 t69 1.79 1.59 2.33 2.99 2.49 2.48 2 79 1.85 2.19 2.09 2.49 1.99 1.58. 2.10 1.99 1.69 1.79 2.78 3.39 3.19 3.79 .3.19. 1.8ta 2.10 1.99 2.49 1.99 2.3ta 2.48 2.59 2.48 2.49 1.78 2 48 2.39 2.59 2 .49 '2.73 2.79 2.98 2.99 1.8ta 2.28 2 39 2.29 2.29 2.H 3.59 3.69 4.69 3.85 2.7ta 3.29 1.2ta 1.59 1.59 1.59 1.49 1.2e t38 1.39 1.38 1.79 3.13 3.29 3.29 3.28 3.29 2.84 2.89 2.99 2.88 3 89 2Ata 2.89 2 69 2.68 2 69 1.57 1.59 1.65 1.68 1.69 1.:13 1.44 1.55 1.48 1.49 1.57 1.68 1.95 1.68 1.89 2.18 2.59 2 39 2.28 2.39 1.H 2.59 2.39 2.49 2 19 t.ae 2.59 2.29 2.79 2.49 H 4.89 4.19 4 49 4.49 KASH N' KAAAY PRICE USED WHEN ITEM NOT AVIdl.A8LE. Here's the Publix Total! 220.26 (+12.00,4,} Here' s the Family Mart Total! 226.98 (+16.1%} PRICE COMPARISON TAKEN WEEK OF JULY 30, 1985. OUf! TO FLUCTUAnNG MARKET CONDmONS ON SOME ITEM$, PRICES MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE THE SAME THIS WEEK. STORE HOURS: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY: 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. SUNDAY: 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. ......................................


II) 00 CPI .-1 Th riJ ;:J ;:J tork < > < Q ; TRUE OR FALSE "Will I recognize labor when it starts?" Many first-time mothers, in fact, don't. It's not the sharp, stabbing sensation might expect, and it needn't seem to be localized in the uterus. Usually labor contrac tions first occur in the small of the back; then migrate down the sides to center in the lower ab domen. In the beginning, least they may feel like or menstrual or an ordinary first you don't labor contrac, it won't be long ..... ,..... you do. Unlike pains of continuous intensity, labor pains rise fall like waves break against the shore. "2 Starting in a slow -5 crescendo, contractions -::E, remain strong for a brief cf i period, thefi gradually ebb. Rhythmic in nature, labor contractions come and go on a regular cycle with intervals without any pain. As labor progresses, ci intervals gradually ;: : shorten from fifteen or twenty minutes, at the onset, to three or four minutes when labor is well underway. And the total length of an in dividual pain increases from less than 30 seconds the start to more than a minute toward the end. Labor pains are always associated with contrac tions of the uterus. Put your hand on your ab domen when one is in progress and you'll feel your uterus grow tight and hard. Pain = diminishes as contrac. tions subside and the z uterus relaxes to normal E-t softness. p 0 < Even with frequent contractions, your nine months of waiting may not be over. You may be experiencing false labor. Contractions seem authentic in false labor, but they taper 9ff and disappear instead of becoming more freauent and intense. Change posi" tions or walk around for a while and false labor contractions will usually subside. Conversely, true labo.r .pains, also, don't occur on regular fiteen or-twenty-minute Regularly spaced con tractions are the strongest -indication of true labor, but two other signs may also tip you off. One, referred to as "slow," is pinkish vaginal discharge sometimes coming a day or more ahead of the onset of labor. This blood-tinged mucus is dislodged from the cervix as it begins to dilate. The rupturing of mem branes is another sign. In about half the deliveries, the membranes (or bag of waters) will not rupture until the very end. But in about 12 percent of the cases mostly in first pregnancies -the mem branes rupture before labor starts. If you're not having contractions and this happens, notify your doctor at once. If contractions are your first signal that labor has started, time them for an hour. If the contractions last half a minute, occur about every ten to fiteen minutes and don't go away when you move about, it's time to call your doctor. He'll tell you when to go to the hospital. Be sure not drink or eat anything. A full stomach can cause vomiting under anesthesia. ---------B&B SuperGro '399 Black Wave Rag ,99 Initial Rings .,oo Initial Necklaces .,00 W /COUPON ONLY StaSofFro X-Dry Comb Out 8 Oz. 2/'500 '269 Ea. Electric Curling Irons '299 Name Necklaces .,99


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o\ riJ ;J "" ;J < ;;; COPING. By Dr. Charles W. Faulkner Facing The Teenage Problem ----.......... ----BY KATHY EDWARDS The Dynamics Of Brainwashing For Blacks Don't Make A Baby If. You Can't Be A Father Last week, I began to tell you why a new solution -to the negative plight of black people is necessary, and why brain washing with hypnotherapy must be that solution. This procedure could be used to give blacks a new, positive self-image. The primary obstacle to progre -ss for black people is more profound than mere American racism. The pro blem is the black negative self image or black self-hatred. upstanding role on television? a "Blacks have been down on .2 their knees so long that they know how to stand lili1 This statement aptly Television has played a ma jor role in enforcing the negative self-concept that so profoundly afflicts blacks. Television is a masterful utilizer of brainwashing pro cedures. It has hurt black pro gress by making black people think of themselves as in feriors. You are what you think you are. The very techni ques of brainwashing, used so effectively by television, can be used, also, to give blacks confidence in their ability to compete successfully with anyone. The American Medical Association (AMA) accepted hypnosis in 1957 as a valuable "1:1: .c: I'll -:= = = :; = I i = the problem. Blacks have been treated as inferiors for such a long time that most of them actually feel that they are in. and are just getting what they deserve in America. Did you ever notice how u .... .,u.'" it feels to see a black appearing in a major, tool in improving human behavior. It defined hypnosis as a temporary state of altered attention and selected concen Imagine how you feel when you are watching an in teresting movie and you Mrs. A.M. 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If you don't have any time to spare, then don't become a father. become so emotionally involv ed that you cry at the sad scenes, become angry at the villain, get excited at the gun battle and become swallowed up in the suspense. You ac. tually forget that you are seated in a movie theater. Now, imagine that you daydream about the movie. You close your and im agine that you are looking at the movie. You are daydreaming but the imagination is magnificent. You actually feel that you are looking at the movie. And, you experience the same sadness, anger, ex citement and fear that you ex perienced when you were at the theater. The imagination is so vivid that you tern orarily forget where you are. When you are in t is daydream-like condition, your subconscious is opened to sug gestibility which will affect your behavior when the condi tion is over. Everyone ex periences it; some people with very vivid and creative im aginations are able to block certain things from the mind and concentrate only on selected ideas It is a condition between beingawake and alseep. It's almost like mental suspended animation. The amazing thing about this condition is the tremen dous impact that it has upon the behavior. If, during this period of altered attention, you daydream about yourself being nervous during your up coming speech, the sub conscious will accept this sug gestion and you will most like ly be nervous when the inter view takes place. It is automatic behavior. If you im agine yourself remembering important information during an exam that you studied prior to the exam, you will ex perience almost magical recall. It will not be magic, however. It will be the result of the sug gestions that were implanted in your subconscious during your period of altered attentiqn (daydreaming) and selected concentration (when I:Q you block everything from z ATTHES E d w your mind except your n thoughts about having good recall while you take your exRETAIL STORES am). This is the phenomena of

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The people you mation about a place you wish in dim light, healthy over a high temperature for a For the next few week s 1 will meet on the streets or at the to visit and save you time by tissue, and helps in increasing short time by steaming, be informing you about how hotels will be far more familiar finding you the best derus at resistance to infection. Good boiling or stirfrying, suggest to prepare for a trip to with their own sayings and no additional costs. sources of Vitamin A include the experts at the Food Jamaica and what to expect short cuts than yours. Don't Be sure you flick to this car.rots, sweet potato, winter Marketing Institute. Rather when you get there. be surprised if you don't get a page in your paper to find a squash, pumpkin, apricots, than fried or in a salad with First let me tell you that laugh at one of your jokes! .It's few great travel bargains. peaches and cantaloupe. mayonnaise, potatoes can be Jamaica had been experiencjust that Jamaican customs are Looking Ahead: Our series Vitamin C is necessary for boiled or baked for optimum ing a few problems with differel)t than your own. Will cover a little about. healthy tissue, wound and nutritional value. employee strikes in some of its :rravel Agents Although Jamaica's great cities, bone healing and helps in inmajor cities. 1t 1s to make your Kingston, Montego Bay, creasing resistance to infection This had caused water and) re servatwn.s yourself, Negril, Ocho Rios and Port and utilizing iron. Excellent electricity problems for the With the alrhne or crmse lme Antonio. Bon Voyage! sources of Vitamin Care citrus hotel industry. At present, everything is back to normal and yo.il need not worry. Rest assured that the Jamaican people will do everything necessary to ensure that you wUl have a comfor table and enjoyable visit to their lovely island paradi s e. If Jamaica i s your next stop, there are a few things about traveling there that you should know. Consider This Islands have a way of making you forget reality. The beauty of its natural surroundings can cause you to overlook any suf fering of its people. Remem ber that the value of some of your personal belongings may equal to far more than a month's wa g es. For a lot of people and in some cases e v e n a yea r 's wages Just a s y o u do anywhe re, be carefu l not to lea v e yo ur car doors open and leav e y our ex pen s ive je welr y a t home It is a l ways b e st to be c areful enough and not carele ss. O t he r t hin gs to consid er include fin d ing out custo ms and du ty f ree informat ion. 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Health Department Financial Counselors oef o re the day of their appointment, and be prepared to provide proof income and size o f family For additional information please call your local Health Depart ment or 2726200. It's that time again! School starts in Hillsborough County August 26th. Parents must law obtain immunizations physical exams for their dren in time to start sc:nool. To avoid the inconof the late summer k-to-school rush, the Free Courses For Senior Citizens Offered At USF County Public Unit is scheduling s1pec:ial clinics at all eight of the Centers. Each of the will schedule appointments for school physicals and Medicaid Physicals, pro viding extra medical staff only on those days. Parents are urges to make "1-'J>JUl.llLIJIIculL:; as soon as possi with private physicians or the Public Health Depart .,n .. t Clinic nearest thefr Fees for School are twel v e dollars include s necessary imFree college courses are of fered for senior citizens at the University of South Florida under Florida's tuition waiver program. Registration and orientation for fall will be held for senior citizens only at 10 a m., Friday, Aug. 23 in the University Center at USF, Tampa. The tuition waiver program is for Florida residents who are 60 years of age or older. They may take regular credit courses on a s pace available basis without payment of fees. Participants in the program at tend regular classes but do not take exams or receive college credit. Past program participants are available at the orientation-registration ses sion to serve as advisers to newcomers. Free college classes taken have ranged from computer science to music appreciation. For further information about the tuition waiver pro gram, call Lifelong Learning at USF in Tampa, 974-2403. munizat i on s while s t udents ng only immunization s will be charged two dollars each. Parents must accomNation's Alumni Black Colleges To Give $8 Ask Million minors during their ap pointments. c Those wishing to be con sidered for reduced fees for -== school physicals based upon < need, must confer with the Graduates of the nation's 107 black colleges and univer sities are being asked to con tribute over $8 million this September to increase finan cial support for black higher education through a creative ::I E-4 New Vaccine For Children Is Well-Tolerated A new vaccine that protects children against Haemophilus influenzae type b ("Hib") is well-tolerated by children and virtually free of serious side-effects, according the Immunization Practices Committee of the .5! U.S. Public Health Service ,i (USPHS). A special -; purification process minimizes the chance of fever and local QS irritation reactions from the = = vaccine Erwin Yo-Tech Center of fers two sewing classes. Clothing and Textiles (basic level) and Specialized Clothing (advanced level) New classes begin August 26, for the adult interested in learning to sew. Each class is offered once a referred to as Hib, is respon sible for a number of serious invasive diseases, among them bacterial meningitis and epiglottitis which have a high degree of after-effects in those who survive. Both the Centers for Disease Control and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that parents be alerted to the seriousness of Hib, and the importance of vaccinating children against it, now that there is an effective, we IIto I e-ra ted v a c c in e week from 8:30-11!30 a m or noon to 3 : 00 p.m. Lois Kyle and Charlotte Lehnherr, instructors, plan with each student the garments and colors flattering and becoming to their individual figure types. A fall fashion .................................................. SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS AT fund raising project initiated by the Council of National Alumni Association s "The more than 800 000 graduates of historically black colleges are being urged to send a minimum of $10 to their respective alma maters on September 30 te show that they are willing to N Y finan cially to keep their schools open and to preserve this part of our valuable history,'' said Hilliard L. Lackey, CNAA vice president and national coordinator of the fund rais ing project named "Payback '85." "Just imagine the number of delinquent account s that can be paid and the number of scholarships that can come from $8 million," said Lackey who also serves as director of alumni affairs at Jackson State Univers it y in Jackson Miss. The fundraiser is being held in conjunction with National Historic Black College Day, which has been celebrated an nually in Washington D.C., since 1980 to focus attention on the need to preserve black institutions of higher learning. These black colleges have graduated more than 80 P e r cent of the black graduates even though black colleges have only 43 percent of the black college enrollment, Lackey added. Contributions for the fund raising project should be made payable to the respective in stitution, earmarked Payback Bay Area Managers, Inc. '85, and mailed to the school's Office of Alumni A f fairs. P.O. Box 11986 Tampa, FL 33680 Non-alumni g i fts are accept-21 07 E Osborne Avenue James T. (Jim) Hargrett, Jr., =:; able and may be mailed to t he Tampa, Florida 33610 President his tori c ally black in s titution of F OR SEL LING A HOM E don or's c ho ice. BUYI NG A HOME PROPE RTY C N A A will ha v e a n ational A PPRAISA LS MANAG E MENT NEW HOM E S LOTS show is p l anned. INVES T M EN T PROPE RT Y COMMERCIAL Black And White Black haunts us with evil, dullness, and death. White represents love, pureness and good health. Black comes dressed in funeral attire While it always appears to make us cry. White is truthful, no deceit, no lie. It is happiness to a child who awaits a piece of pie. Black is cold, chilly in the night--. We fear it witb all our might. White is for virgins and the touch of a baby's cheek So umber, sweet, delicate and meek. The taste of Vanilla Ice Cream Cotton Candv and Sweet-Milk. In contrast to a black coffif' and a mourner in black silk. No wonder White is supposed to be supreme, It represents both dt.licate and dean. EVELYN HORNE Fisk Now Repaying Bills NASHVILLE Tenn Two years ago Fi s k Uni v ersit y couldn't pay i ts gas bill and telephone hook-up on Sep t. 30 to keep tab s on funds report e d to each campu s and wili an nounce the individual totals and grand total at the Annual Black College Day Rally in Washington, D.C. the heat in dormitorie s wa s c ut off. Things are looki brighte r. Th e 120-year-old s chool ha s repaid $2.4 mill i on o f its $3. 9 million debt and this y ear 's budget, $7.8 million, is $900 000 highter than 1984's. For more information; please contact Lackey at the JSU Office of Alumni Affairs, P.O. Box 17746, Jack s on, Miss. 39217 or telephone(601) 968-2281. President Henry Ponder: "I am confident Fisk will con tinue to regain its financial strength." Ponder bee Fisk's president last year. 1 248-1921 1 $ Kids Are You Looking For Extra Spending Cash For The Summer? 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............................................................................ Private Dancer Tour On Home Video A Famous Celebrity Scope 6 SYNDICTEIHJY EUGENE EDWARDS ALEX HALEY Journalist-Novelist Mr. Haley is best known for his novel "Roots". He was born in Ithaca, New York but the family moved to Henning, Tennessee soon after. After completing high school at the age of 15, he spent two years in college before he entered the U.S. Coast Guard. It was here in the service, where he began writing short stories. In 1952, he was promoted to Chief Journalist and he was in charge of all the Coast Guard public relations. He retired in 1959 after 20 years of military service and started a new career a s a freelance writer He wrote for both, the "Readers Digest" and "Playboy" magazine. Haley's first book was "The Autobiography of Malcolm X". It sold over 6 million of LEO. The Jupiter-Neptune and copious in speech and copies. influence i s magnified here writing. It is also a testimony > IJj o-3 := As a youth in Tennessee, because the planets rule Pisces that he is fond of art, music, Mr. Haley listened to many and Sagittarius to which this literature and journeys. The stories from his maternal duad belongs. Therefore, Vensus-Uranus trine also gives a grandmother about his there is an intense creative imhim the fondness, desire and 5i" family's background that led agination and artistic leaning ability for the fine arts, leanTina Turner greets the crowds in one of the dates from her 1985 Live Private Dancer Tour. The tour was captured on 35 millimeter film during its most historic night, when David Bowie and rocker Bryan Adams showed up to sing along onstage. Now that show, all 55 minutes of it, is about to be released by Sony as a $29.95 home video. So if you missed Tina him back to Africa. He travelthat can mix with the LEO ing toward new or extraor= = ed extensively for 12 years self-expression to produce dinary concepts. The Mercury ;researching and lecturing on talented artists, actors and Mars conjunction in LEO inhis findings in Africa : It was musicians. They can have dicates that Mr. Haley is apt to ; from these discoveries that the psychic and intuitive abilities create enmity, opposition and ""= book "Roots" was written. or propetic dreams. disagreements through sharp, live, there's still a chance to catch her on your VCR. Just one word of caution ... this lady may be hot enough to melt your transistors. Mr. Haley received the The Moon in Sagittarius critical statements or im= NAACP's Spingarn Medal for tends to bring one out before pulsive actions and he will 1977 for "Roots". The ABCthe public in some manner and eventually suffer tosses a_ TV Network presented it in a will assist him in carrying on through theft, risky entert'!'.l e series Roots The Next great religious, educational or prise s, contracts, litigation, Generation. He later (with reforms. This was carelessnes s of fact s hasty Norm Lear) produced a TV cer f ainly the case in Mr. conclusions and criticism. It serie s about his childhood in Haley's life The Moon also favors association w i th or Henning. favorably aspecting Mercury development through literary, YOUR* Born August 11, 1921, the indicates that he has splendid educational or professional Sun occupied the Eighth Duad mental abilities and is fluent people. James Ingram Joins The Boston Pops To Celebrate The American Dream I By the millions they came People without homes in search of security. The disillu. sioned in search of an ideal. ARIES (March 21-Ap il 23-0ctober 22): Silence is your Their accents were as varied as 19): Put your natural flair for strongest weapon against an their dreams. And, like people trend-setting styles to work for envious person spreading from the beginning of time, you. The work place needs strange tales about you. Turn they poured their hopes and lightening up. a deaf ear. aspirations into song. TAURUS (April 20-May SCORPIO (October John Williams and the 20): Your creative self-23-November 21): Openings Boston Pops celebrate the expression draws the admiraare provided for you by American dream in a once-in tion of the opposite sex. Avoid friends who are interested in a-lifetime collection of musical the company of one who your success. Remember all Americana. From the north, resents you kindnesses "The Battle Hymn of the GEMINI (May 21-June 20): SAGITTARIUS (November Republic"; from the south, Your Land." Pops star James Ingram, who performed "Just Once" and "One Hundred Ways" on Quincy Jones's Grammy winning The Dude, sings the album's title song. "America, muscial institutions is celebrating its 100th anniver sary. From sea to shining sea, millions of Americans have just seen the Boston Pops in person on their 15-city, 16-concert transcontinental tour this past July, and all will' welcome a chance to hear selections from this recording on the air. The Dream Goes On" is John Williams's stirring ode to the song of America ... the song "that sings in farms and fac tory towns, and where you'd think there'd be no songs at all." ..._ _________ .... As Williams and the Pops celebrate America, this most American of all our country's .. '2 ;Ks.: C Ego confrontations among 22-December 21): One who "When the Saints Go Mar family members cause rifts holds a position of power and chin' In"; from the east, Bern Express yourself positively so authority becomes a part of stein's "New York, New doubt about your The benefits ... west, 6) THE TOGETHERNESS CLUB CANCER (June 21-July CAPRICORN (December And songs that capture the & LA' HEART ATTACK 22): Opportunity may come 22-January 19): Renewed in-heartbeat of our knocking where you can learn terest in the history of a nation ... "America the D PRODUCTIONS new skills and embark on a foreign land raises the quesBeautiful," "This Land is different line of work. tion of how deep you should Presents LEO (July 23-August 22): delve. l Psyc hic-Spiritualist Mental pursuits open doors AQUARIUS (January Madame WE ARE THE WORLD SPLASH = = :r -= = rll for improved income. 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Entertainment Kids Quiz t Someone should fill in the difficult words for young children. -= Q = I ..: ACROSS .. 1. Leap (See the frog __ .) 4. Residence (My __ is here.) = 7. Plead (I __ you to stop.) 10. Employ ( __ your pencil.) t' 11. Indefinite quantity (Have __ coffee.) lilil 12. To listen (Do you __ that bell.) 13. Dispatch (I will __ the = money.) 15. ViCtory (I want you to =-_.) = 16. Part of to be (Who __ : 17. Automobile 19. To express gratitude 22. Male person = 23 Within (I am __ the : house. rJ 24. Past tense of win 25. Tuber (Do you want Gi on your burger.) 26. Home for animals Past tense of go 29. Same as 16 accross 30. Too (I __ like bikes.) 32. Unwanted plant 33. Preform (I will __ my best.) 34. Relate (You __ your story first. 100 cents Petroleum Transport (I will __ your message.) 41. 1st digit (43 = 1). Part of see (Have you __ my comb?) Negative ( __ you can't go.) 46. Near (Stop the sch ool.) 47. Aged (Grandpa is __ .) 48. Same as 45 across DOWN 1. Exactly as (Make yours __ mine.) 2. Same as 10 across 3. Male persons 4. In what manner ( __ did you manage?) 5. Leave out (You may __ one.) 6. Same as 3 down 7. Large animal (I saw polar __ .) 8. Organ of hearing (I can't hear with my right __ .) 9. Color (Leaves are __ .) 14. Sketch (Today we will __ animals.) 17. Be able (I __ eat a whole pie.) 18. Living organism (A dog is an __ .) 19. At that place( __ goes my car.) 20. At this time (Clean your room,-.-> 21. Past tense of Know ll. Female parent 23. Motels (Many old __ are now called motels.) 26. Just before day (Mother rises at __ .) 27. Tool used for sewing (I can thread a_, _.) 31. Sole (I ani an __ child.) 33. Preform (You __ the dishes.) 34. Story (That is a tall Mar-quee by James S. Leach BILL COSBY HOLLYWOOD There appears to be trouble in paradise. As a result of Bill Cosby's fantastic first year as NBC Thursday night regular all is not well in the land of leis, Our favorite Hawaiian hunk, Tom Selleck, and the rest of his "Magnum P.I. "cast and crew find themselves in the fallout from the ratings eruption of Mr Cosby. Word has to the that in an effort to recapture his lofty top ten position-;is calling upon Hawaii's most famous crime fighter as part of an a:n out effort to overtake the Cosby clan in this season's Thursday night ratings battle. I'm speaking of the famous Steve McGarrett, played by Jack Lord, the island's number one cop at "Hawaii Five-0" from 1968 to 1980. If you remember back in the 70's, nobody could stop McGarrett. Week after week he mowed down every criminal in sight. Not only did he book the bad guys, but in the process he never ever mess ed up his hair. Now that's what heroes are made of. CBS is hoping McGarrett's style and charisma can save Magnum from the Cosby crunch. Watch for Lord io appeac in a few episodes of Magnum as the network at tempts to save the once very popular show. My advice to Tom Selleck and the producers of "Magnum P.I." Go back to the basics. Go back to what got you to the top in the first place. More humor and more Selleck. Forget, what's known _.) SENTINEL'S TOP 10 ALBUMS* 36. The end (This is the ].. Rock Me Toni ght .................. Freddie Jackson can.) 2. Whitne y Houston .............. Whitney Houston 37. Conjunction (Jerry __ 3. The Nigh t I Fell In Love ............ Luther Vandross Jim will go.) 4. Around The World In A Day ................... Prince 38. Hard Metal (Steal is made ;;.. 5. Who's Zoomin Who ............... Aretha Franklin from __ ) 6. Material Thangz ........................ Deele 41. Above (The cat is __ the 7. Jesse Johnson's Revue ........... ..... Jesse Johnson roof.) 8. Diamond Life ................. Sade 42. Same as 4S across E-t. 9. Meeting In The Ladies Room ... Klymaxx 44. Same as 45 across TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL PREVIEW "THE CHIEF" Referred to as the Father of Black A via tion, Alfred "Chief" Anderson's (right) pioneering spirit was not only responsible for the creaton of the first Black pilot training school, but also for molding some of America's most courageous fighting men. Tony Hrown's Journal relives a saga of heroism, triumph and racial pride with one of America's Black aviation heroes. America's top-ranked and longest running national Black-Affairs television series has been fund ed by Pepsi-Cola Company for ten consecutive years and is aired in this area ori public television (PBS) on WEDU-3 at I p.m. on Sunday, Aug. ll, and at 3 p.m. Saturday on WUSF-16. in the business as bookend shows, where Selleck appears only in the open and close. After all, Tom is making nearly fi ve million a year on the program. The least he can do is lend his one-of-a-kind charm, style and humor. Classic ''10 Best Dressed Finalists'' Hors D' Oeurves Happy Hour Live Band Video Screen Spotlight After Party HIL. TON Riverside Ballroom (Downtown) Saturc;lay, August 17, 1985 7:30P.M. $10Advance Don 't Miss It! Call: t3 10. Emergency Kool & The Gang (See Answers On Page ll-B) .. ..


'Diff'rent Strokes' Moves To ABC Multi-Talented Cameo Musician Makes 6 > Solo Debut With 'Modern Man' LP : Through the first half of the portunity to play with are Diz"to be more of the focus." '80s, Charlie Singleton was a zy Gillespie (at the New Around the time of She e key creative force within the Orleans Jazz & Heritage Strange, Singleton began tremendously successful group Festival), Marvin Gaye, Branrecording on his own, going in :;c <:ameo as a songwriter, ford Marsalis, Cannonball and out of the studio between smger, arranger, and multi-Adderly, Bobby ''Blue" recording and touring with instnimeritalist. He came on Bland, John McLaughlin, Cameo. His one-man LP board for 1980's Knights of King Floyd, and Jim Hall. He Modem Man, clearly shows the Sound Table LP, and his was playing with his own he's more than ready to role in kept expanding band, when walk the spotlight. The through the albums Alligatqr Cameo spotted him and as!ced, single, "Make Your Move On Woman, Style1 and She's him to join the group. Me Baby, is just the first Strange. Such hits as "For "I always wanted to be a taste of what is one of the You," "Alligator Woman," 1 year's most impressive solo "Be Yourself" and 1984's #1 so 0 performer Charlie says, single, "She's Strange," all bear the stamp of Singleton's singular musical sensibility. With Modern Man, Charlie Singleton takes a long-planned step towards so lo s tardom. Modern Man is a concept he's been working on for years, a project that h e took totally in to his own hands. "The songs all lock togeth er musically," he says ; "and each one tells a sto ry. You can picture what's gomg on." = Gary Coleman, famed for his role as the precocious Arnold Jackson, is all set to reprise the role thi s fail when "Dijf'rent Strokes" moves to the ABC Television Network. When Charlie goes into the st udio, he take s extensive and ;(1 far-reaching experience with a him. Beginning in junior high ; "Dijf'rent Strokes" will premiere Friday, Sept. 27 (9:00-9:30 p.m., EDT), on WTSP-TV, Channel 10. school, he started learning to 'i" play brass instruments, moved f New Orleans Musicians To Aid City's Poor on to woodwinds and guitar ;:: by high school, earned a music -scholarship to Southern ; University in Baton Rouge, and picked up violin, bass g: NEW ORLEANS This city floats on a cloud of music. And now the artists whose roots are entwined with this city's soul are trying to use that cloud, that music, to put food into hungry people's mouths. "New Orleans has a pace that is somewhat aloof from the rest of the country," says Allen Toussaint, the Grammy Award-winning composersinger-producer. Well, that's one way of put ting it. About 100 New Orleans mus1c1ans, including Toussaint, are hoping a plan ned record and a series of Labor Day weekend concerts will help feed the city's hungry and house its homeless. The concerts in the mam moth Superdome will feature a hot-jiving super-selection of New Orleans sounds everybody from Doug "Ragin' Cajun" Kershaw to Pete Fountain. The centerpiece of the project is a record called "Give Today for Tomorrow. '' The record, written by Toussaint, Sid Berger and Alan Huard, is a plea to help the poor of New Orleans. The 45-rpm single is scheduled to go on sale Friday. As the record opens to the sound of Toussaint's piano and the chiming of bells, Aaron Neville, lead singer of The Neville Brothers and a musical legend in New Orleans, sings: With enough drops of water we could make a brand-new we can stop the hunger now; Together we can do violin, classical piano and per;; cussion (by his estimation, f anything we try. The project, backed by an organization called New Orleans Artists Against Hunger and Homelessness, is akin to the groups of musicians here and in Europe who have banded together recently to help raise money for African famine relief ef Charlie now plays 47 in=. struments). He studied under .. noted New Orleans clarinet ,S player Alvin Batiste, who first li-3 exposed him to jazz. c: Charlie was the guitarist with Billy Cobham's group in > the late '70s, and among the = other artists he's had the op=forts. Rock stars, country stars, gospel stars, Latin American Knights Of Pythias Hold Supreme Lodge 1 stars and even Texas stars have Grand Chancellor and Mrs. Grand Worthy Counsellor sung their songs for Africa. Cornelius Green, Plant City Marie McCelvy, Tallahassee, But there's a twist to the have just returned home from won the Supreme Queen conproject here. Toussaint says attending the Knights of test, and State Grand Empress most of the money raised by Pythias Supreme Lodge in BirLula Wilson, Port St. Joe was "Give Today for Tomorrow" mingham, Alabama. The seswinner in the Group Leader and by three benefit Labor sion was well attended by Contest in the Imperial CounDay weekend concerts will Pythians and Calantheans cil of Omar. Supreme stay in New Orleans : from the Florida jurisdiction. Chancellor Ben Hooks was "We are hoping this can be They were greeted and keynote speaker at the banan ongoing thing whereby arwelcomed to the city by Mayor quet. tists can continue to help the Richard Arrington. The Grand Chancellor Green people of the city''' he says. Military Ball was one of the was re-elected to the office of highlights of the session. According to Barry MenFlorida's General Carlton Supreme Inner Guard, Grant delson, a local promoter who Worthy Counsellor McCelvy is helping to put the project Woods, Riviera Beach, was at was elected to Supreme Assis his best when he lead his comtogether, 55 percent of the tant Inspectrix and State proceeds from the sale of the pany into the ballroom. Sir Grand Empress Lula Wilson James Blatche, Deerfield, was record will remain in New was re-elected to Supreme Orleans. All of the profits crowned King of the ball. Madi. from the concerts will remain submit a proposal to the The following Pythians and here, he says. organization for study, MenCalantheans attended the ses"The sale of the record will delson says. sion: only be a drop in the bucket "We are going to be Ella Bowe, Florida Brown, compared to what we raise monitoring the money very Betty Stringer, Lois Evans, from the concerts," he says. closely to make sure that it Dorothy V. Matthews, Gen. "It's a guesstimate, but I am t h 't d t "h Carlton woods, R 1'viera Holmes, Angie Fenell, Alex Walton, William Rollins, ; Marie McCelvy, Grand W e thy Counsellor, Er Florida; Vivi Kelly, Quincy, Florida; E.G. ::; Williams, Lula Wilson, ; Grand Empress, Earlene 'fl Everette, Alton Fennell, Vice Grand Chancellor, Port St. Joe, Elease Williams, Lauderdale, Florida; Hudson, Miami, Florida; A.P. Kelsey, Hillman Patten Hosea Anderson, waite Anderson, Jacksonville Florida; Grand Chancello; and Mrs. Cornelius Green and grandson Chris Green, Plant City, Florida. Everyone enjoyed a tour o the "Magic City" of mingham. The site for the 1987 session will be New Orleans, Loui siana. -----------hoping we can raise half a ge s w ere 1 nee s o go, e Beach, Florida; Doris Bennett, milliondollars." says. Bernice Flemings, Thelma Hand In Hand Once the money is in hand it rd: Phillips, Charlie M. Gadson, will be funneled to various Mercedes Williams, Leatha relief agencies in the city by @ V Baker, Della Riddle, Willie B. Y the boardof New Orleans Ar\) \! Chestnut, Sarasota, Florida; tists Against Hunger and Bertha Pratt, James Blatche, \A l Wi With enough sand we could Homelessness. Each vvere 1nn1ng make a mountain rise; humanitarian agency hoping Nova Williams, Deerfield, With enough people caring t h th 'll Florida; Patricia Langston, The United Way. It Works ............................. o .. s .. .. .n .... e.lmonely .. ..


Pr.emi-ere oiii!I!IIABc-.... With A Rock Hit Song ;;J < < Q ; finest ribs, found out that An nie loved baked potatoes and we had a ball! Davis calls Zoomin "truly. a landmark With Aretha, you can just tell when current history s being made, and this album is the best example of that." She's thrilled with the record. "I think this is the best stuff I've done since some of my '60s recordings." Quite a statement from the woman who has 24 gold records adorning her walls. She takes her success ip stride: "I'm really just the lady next door,'' says Franklin, who returned home to the Detroit suburbs four years ago. Divorced and a mother of she likes her privacy, but only "as long as it doesn't stop some fine young man from whispering in my ear! Stoney .Jackson, left, stars as Mackey, the resourceful friend and partner to investigative reporter Nick Fox, portrayed by Nicolas Campbell in "The Ins i ders," which premieres Wednes day, Sept. 25 (8:00-9:00 p.m., EDT) on the ABC Television Network, Channel tO. ARETHA FRANKLIN "I find some men can't distinguish between the per former and the woman. But there are those she says "who have come through and truly risen to the occasion!' 1 Michael JacksQn: -If 1984 :C II to Tina Tul'l)er, 1985 be Aretha Franklin's .;:; v .. ,u. "Lady Soul"who has more million-selling hits than any other female record ing artist is burning up the waves again. Back in the Top 10 with of Love, the first from her new album 's Zoomin' Who?, the --u-.nnpr of 14 Grammys has an '80 hairdo and an attitude to = 1-ier new music -a strong blend of hard rock and raw power -is a departure from '3 the funky R&B she's known for. Ironically, the change = comes right when Phil Collins and groups such as the Power Station and Eurythmics are rirtoio back the '60s soul sound she helped popularize. After a handful of R&B hits in the early 60s, Franklin burst onto the pop scene in 1967 with her classic version of Otis Redding's Respect; the first of her 33 top-40 hits. Her gospel-trained voice swooped, purred and groaned through Baby I Love You, Chain of Fools, Think, I Say a Little Prayer and A Natural Woman. In the ;70s and early '80s, she moved toward more main stream pop, putting on lavish, Vegas-style concerts. But all the while, she was searching for a new direction She has overcome a fear of Fan Of The 'Super Stooge' "I'd been listening to the flying that prevented intensive radio and I really liked some touring in the past few years, of the music I heard songs so Lady Soul plans to hit the LOS ANGELES Michael how he grew t o enjo y t he by Van Halen, John Waite, road in the fall. Jackson appreciates a doubleshows." Luther Vandross (who "The truth is, 1 missed that eye gouge and the s ound of Daughterly loyalty a s ide, produced her 1982 R&B chartspecial exchange that hapcracking noggins as much a s Maurer says Curley was her topper Jump to It). I said to -' pened between me and my the next gu y Jackson has writfavorite Stooge. myself, 'Hey, let me get out audiences," she says ten the foreword for Curley "When I was young it was here and do something "I love what's A Biography of the Super reall y a bit embarra s sing to serious!' with the record and m video Stooge, which is due out in u 1 f have your father knocking his "T1 now, a ot o my I feel like this is my 'new wave' October family (Curley and brother music's been adult-oriented. I of hits After all," she laughs, The book is the third on the d hi k'd ld Shemp Howard) around she wante somet ng 1 s cou "this past 20 years, I've just Three Stooges by Joan said. really get into. Besides," beenwarmingup!" Howard Maurer, daughter of Franklin, 43, chuckles, "I like Moe and niece of Curley "As far as a favority I had to bop, too!" Hand In Hand Howard. filial feelings for Moe but he Zoom in' has plenty of After learning Jackson was was mean (in the movies) music for boppin'. Besides a fan, Maurer sent him a copy Curley was the elfin charming Freeway of Love there's a j' of The Three Stooges Book of one He was like a man-child hard-driving duet with Peter Scripts and he called back to and a bit like the character you Wolf and a sizzling womansay how much he enjoyed it. saw on the screen not that power number with Euryth-We're Winning His foreword for Curley, dingey of course-and never mics' Annie Lennox, Sisters Maurer says, is "basically, his really grew up because of an Are Doin 'It for Themselves. The United Way It Works. feelings about the Stooges and overp(otective mother." "Clive Davis (pr_esident of Arista Records) said he had a r hot track for me to hear. 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