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... Juan Patterson Named Senior Comedian Happy Cole Is Headlining In Clubs Across The Country sentinel Staff Writer for coordinating the memberThere is only good news BY PATTY ALLEN Carolina, Jacksonville, :J : .J.J ship and service activities for--. comin&from Tampa ComeSentinel Staff Writer Sirmingham < Th. e Tampa H 'Qusing the coming year," THA's exdian Happy Cole, as he tours But he isn't planning on ;;... Authority's ecutive director explained. "I the country performing. The former University of resting. "While at home I will tor Juan Patterso!f, was am "I am very happy to say South Florida performer be working on new materi al oo recently elected to a !llle-year workshops a n d traifi1flg sesthat within a year I have had who organized the group and performing at some of the term:as Senior Vice-P ,resi dent sions within the state the opportunity to headline, Cole and Company" bigger Tampa clubs," he exE-o of th7 A sociation ?f. will fulfill the oblig ations which usually takes four to -will take a 10-day break at plained Housmg and of the ipresident (Juanita five years," Cole explained. home before resuming another Anxious to see his Tampa Officials (FAHRO) Holloway from Lakeland) His itiner;ary ; included: ; toJu. This time he will Bay Area friends again, Cole tion. when she is unable to," PatA n Delaware, send s one important message: According to Patterson, he terson continued "I will be inCorn'erin '>N O'rth Carolina, South "Stay Happy." has been with the state terfacing with the regional and sin; Crackers in Indianapolis, : "'f,.lljiK(IIIIIIIli .. ... '11. organization for 3 '12 years. national organizations; workIndiana; the in Last year, he served as Viceing within the organization to Evan ville, Indiana; the Com-President of Housing. offer new initiatives in terms edy Club in Detroit, Michigan; of state legislation; and Chaps Comedy Club in assisting Housing Authoritie s in these tough times." He further stated, "I will be working to improve the cur rent housing stock in Florida by spearheading new construc tion." Other officers include: ViceIll President of Housing Richard Bowers from -, ,,_ :ij Jacksonville's Department of ,, Housing and Urban Develop.c ment; and Vice-President of \. Community Development __ P_A_TT __ E_R_s_o_N _______ B_ill_c __ __ P_e_n_sa_c_o_la_. __ I .. 'C c < 'C 4.1 .c rll -:E = c. c 4.1 :; = I c c J5 Ex-Tampan, Retired Navyman Visits Home After 29 Years BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor has been taking advantage of a well-deserved vacation since he enlisted in the Navy on July When Robert Martin Bod-27, 1954. Bodden has several den left Tampa in 1956 on college offers but turned them leave from the U. S. Navy, it down in favor of the armed was not his intention to be service because none were gone for such a long period of from the schools he wanted to time. But as time kept moving attend. along, when he finally realized A former trombone pla yer it, 29 years had passed since he with the Marching Tigers, had come home for a visit. Of Bodden continued to make use course he has kept in touch of hi s training under Professor with his family by lett er, Michael Rodriguez for telephone and visits from another three years playing in them, but he had not b!!en the Navy band at Naval back to Tampa until his surHospitals prised, unannounced visit A product of St. Peter Sunday morning. Bodden had Claver Catholic School, Bod driven to Tampa with another den began his work experience for mer Tampan Walter Watwith the Sentinel Bulletin at son from San Diego, Califorthe Central Avenue office as a nia via New Orleans, Loui10-year-old boy sweeping the siana wP,ere they had attended floors. The son of the late the Prince Hall Masons and James and Mariana Bodden, Shriners Convention. lived just a few steps from the The 1954 Middleton High Sentinel office. He eventually School graduate did not even worked with the printing press make his 30-year class reunion and delivered the newspapers last year, but he's looking foruntil he was a ninth grader. He ward to ineeting with many of also was a delivery boy for his friends and former Wells Drug Store. during his approxHis years away from Tampa imately two weeks visit. He is have been quite busy. He has residing with a sister, Mrs. done extensive traveling, .tours Mariana Pilcher and family of duty in Vietnam and has and can be reached at received a great deal of 986-3531. medical training in administraSince retiring from the U. S. tion. He is married to the Navy this past January after former Delphina L. Nordt and 31 years as a Master Chief they have nine children, rangHospital Corpsman, Bodden (Continue On Page 22) TAMPA SAY lJUILDERS HOME REPAIR AND REMODEliNG SPECIALIST LIC 034997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FRE ESTIMATES ... President 251-2585 Or 251-8754 1005 W. PLATT ST., TAMPA, FLORIDA 33606 HAPPY COLE Kalamazoo, Michigan; the University of Georgia in Athens; Columbus, Georgia; an ali-day rock concert in Windsor, Canada; and at the Miracle Mile Resort at the Sheraton Inn on Panama City Beach. Cole has headlined for such notables as J. J. Nichols while in Grand : Rapids i\.lichigan; The Drifters in Panama City Beach; an d for Shirley Hemp hill, the star of the popular T.V. series What's Happen ing, in Indiana "Opening for Shirley ;Hemphill was one of my most memorable performances,'' he stated, 'because I was performing at the No 1 dub in the country, Crackers, which was a sellout. "Another memorable per formance," Cole continued, "was doing an eight-minute impersonation of Eddie Mur phy in Windsor, Canada at The Comedy Corner. There were over 800 people in atten dance. I had body guards, a limousine, the whole works." According to the young comedian, "The people did not know that I was imper sonating Eddie Murphy." Cole is scheduleq to per form this week at the Punch Line in Montgomery, Alabama. This will be the last week of his tour. ''I hope to see many of my friends in Montgomery, Alabama," Cole stated. "This is the town where I spent some of my growning up days." CORRECTION An article in Friday's paper on the city-wide revival, which begins today (Tuesday) at New Philadelphia Baptist Church, indicated that there would be an admission fee. The revival is free to the public. We apologize f()r any inconve niences this may have caused anyone. ;:a yuur .. nun"'t: TU TUKe advantage of excellent real estate values offered by HUD. Important lnfor\otion Purchasers must obtain their own d-iose. financing for all soles. properties may con tom vidlotions. Please contact a realtor of your choice to see or bid on any of the properties listed. HUD reserves the right to re1ect or 'all bids and to woove any onfor molity or irregularity on any bod>. Bids will not be accepted dore ctly from o bodder Ali bod> MUST BE >ub mitted through a real estate broker. PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE FOR CASH WITHOUT WARRANTY, IN THEIR "AS,IS" CONDITION AND ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS HUD will pay o portion of the closir.g costs if requested in offer to purLISTING DATE: August 23, 1985 TAMPA 093-218873 802 Frierson, East 29,150(L8P) 212 093-216059 10912 Tailfeather Ct. 62,900 3 / 2 093-220987 1002 28th Ave. East 20,750 2 / l 093-218435 2829 Morgan Street 22,400(LBPI 3 / 1.5 093 10206 Turtle Hill Ct. 39,000 2 / 1 093-199494 2912 Highland Avenue, N. 21,600(L8P) 3 / l 093-198607 1208 Palifox Ave., E. 21,85()(LBP) 2 / 1 AUBURNDALE 093-200319 3042 Lantana Ci rcle 37,5()1) 3/2 LAKELAND 093-206838 2814 Barnie Lane 50,500 3 / 2 093-198391 3512 Lor i Lane, So uth 52,500 3 / 2 SARASOTA 093-215704 1304 Conrad Avenue 51,950 211 WINTER HAYEN 093-204787 1119 Fairfax S treet N .E. 35,000 3 / 2 All sealed and identifiable bids on above properties must be date stamped in the Tampa HUD office b y 4:15pm, September 3, 1985 The Bid Openi n g date at the Tampa HUD offi ce on thi s offering is 9:00 am, Septe mb er 4, 1985 EXTENDED LISTINGS Properties listed below are available until sold or relisted under 10 day sealed bid period: 093-2Q2121 093-205161 093-213210 093-199075 093-201987 93-224472 093-199719 093-202378 093-220886 093-194770 093-205851 093-220520 093-204899 093-204342 093-213835 093-216717 TAMPA 3113-16th St 6204 41st Street 1007 E Bay St N (Duplex) 16020 Dawnview Dr 10103 Enchanted Oaks 1009 Genessee St. E. 4006 Idlewild 3011 Jefferson St. 14317 Knoll Ridge Dr. 3711 Meadowbreeze Dr. 9220 Patterson Street IU5WoodlawnAve. W. LAKELAND 3206 Old Tampa Road LUTZ 1957 Gregory Drive SEBRING 110 Virginia Ave. 23,250 3 / l 20,300(LBP) 3 / l 31,900(L8P) 3 /1-2/ 1 53,650 2 / 1.5 43,850 2 / 1 39,500 2/1 20,000(L8P) 2 / 1 21,400(LBP) 3 / 1 63,000 3 / 2 38,000 2 / 1 27,900 2 / 1 30,000(LBP) 3 / 2 .-25,400 2 / 1 50,000 2/2 32,500 3 / 1 T.EMPLE TERRACE 4601 Puritan Road 35,700 I l l WAUCHULA 093-204563 35 Chamberlain Blvd. 12,700 3 / 1.5 (LBP) Indicates $500 escrow deposit for elimination of lead bose point hazard. oOUAL !lOUSING HUD DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 700 TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA,. FLORIDA 33601

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...... ............ ........... ........... ........... ..... ............................ To Help Upgrade Community's Image For 20 years Mrs. Helen Long had had contact with the public in the nursing profes sion as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) at Tampa General Hospital. When she decided to retire in 1981 her children there are four, three daughters and a son said they would not let her sit around and do nothing. "I thought of another phase of contact with "well" people," she said when con sidering what she would do with her spare time "I like the personal contact with people and I also saw that there was a need for this type of service in the community. I love to see people smile and I love to make them smile, and eating is one way to make sure of that," she said. That was part of the beginn-BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor ing of The Palms Restaurant, located on the corner of 22nd St. and 18th Ave., in an area plightect\vith alleged drug users and that has been looked over by many business per.sons. The restaurant is located in what was once a popular eating spot -the Blue Chip. The encouragement of her children, including a daughter who is away (Mrs. Catlin) and the cooperation of her hus band. J. D Long, who is retired from Seaboard Coastline Railroad, Mrs. Long has seen "a dream come true." Opening just one month ago, Mrs. Long said that the community has been very Grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Long, Michelle Yvette and Janelle Nicole Catlin, have been visiting their grandparents all from Indiana. They, too, have been keeping a wat chful eye over the operation of the business. '' Jjf responsive to the busuiess and > business has been steadily proa since opening day. that may be due to the -1 fac Fthat she does not allow ..., .:-' smoking in the restaurant, men are to take their hats off at table, no lpud talking in side the restaurant and there is definitely no loitering. Mrs. Long relates an inci dent where one customer came in, refused to remove his hat and she served him a carryout dinner. Since that day he has been a regular customer and related to Mrs Long that he had only been taught to take his hat off in church. "There are a lot of things our young people don't know, but if we take the time to teach them in a nice way, they'll appreciate it," she said. A gentleman came in to eat while this reporter was there and she politely asked him to put away his cigarette. There were no ash trays around, so he polite ly put it away outside, without any fuss. The outside of the building is white with painted palm trees all over. And the inside is a very beautiful tan and brown decor with live green plants all over and on each table. The floors are carpeted and scenic pictures grace the walls. Ceil ing fans are used riow to keep things cool, but even at noon time it's very pleasant inside. There are also mini palm trees scattered through,out. "I am a lover of green plants and I wanted a home setting so that people would enjoy looking at them while eating," she said. The table are always set with white table cloths and ware. The restaurant, which is closed on Tuesdays, has a comfortable seating capacity of about 75 people, but could hold more. A complete line of soul food is served at reasonable prices and there is also a line of cold drinks and several flavors of ice cream One of the specialities is the homemade pound cake. Customers in the restaurant recently included, from left, Gwendolyn Brown, Ronald Jackson and Ola Correa. Even though the restaurant is just getting off the ground, the Longs are already working on plans for the future. Exten sive renovation was done to the building "so that it would be an asset to the community.'' Plans in pro gress include a fenced parking area in the rear of the building; organizations, clubs, church groups, etc., will be able to hold meetings and be served in one area of the restaurant; and upstairs rooms have been renovated and are ready for occupancy to chur ches or organizations who will host special meetings in this area and need housing for delegates. The Longs spend the rna jqrity of their time at the re s taurant to make sure the customers are satisfied, the quality of food is the highest and to train others. One who been a lot of help to the business is the Longs daughter KareP,, but assistance will be missed she returns to Savannah College as a sophomore in couple of weeks. Mrs. Long attended local schools, nursing school in St Petersburg, has been affiliated with the Baptist Church most of her life, and is a member of the National Council of Negro Women, Order of Eastern Stars, Association of Retired Persons and Health and Education Association. She and her husband are from large families he's from a family of 13 of west North Florida and she is one of 9 bas ed in Tampa. One of her brothers is former police detective Sam Jone s The restaurant's grand opening will be held Sunday, 3 p. m. until 8 p. m. closing. Sentinel Office Closed Labor Day Typesetter Needed MUST Type 45 Words Per Minute. Apply At The: Florida. Sentinel Bulletin 2207 21st Avenue Monday -Wednesday And Thursday 9 A.M. -12 P.M HEAD START'S FULL DAY PROGRAM .. ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FOR 3 & 4 YR. OLD CHILDREN, INCLUDING HANDICAPPED, OF LOW INCOME_ FAMILIES AT NO COST! SERVICES COMPREHENSIVE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. CENTERS OPERATE: 6:30 A.M.:5;30 P.M., MON.cFRI. OFFERS: SOCIAL SERVICES HEAL TH SERVICES HANDICAP PARENT INVOLVEMENT EDUCATION NUTRITION ELIGIBILITY: LOW INCOME PARENTS MUST BE EITHER EM PLOYED, ATTENDING SCHOOL OR JOB TRAINING OR "!Pl = > = ="!Pl .. I -= e =-e = I'll CHILD HAS SPECIAL NEEDS THAT REQUIRE FULL DAY SER-"tt VICE (i.e. STRESS IN THE HOME, HANDICAPPED ETC.) ;... The Palms Family. Restaurant is just what the name family involvement. Some of the TO APPLY: HEAD START SOCIAL SERVICES C'J members of the family who lend a hand in the operation of the business are from left to right Mr PHONE: 272-5145 and Mrs. Lester (Sharon) Anderson (daughter), daughter Karen Long, and Mr. and Mrs. j D. LOCATIONS IN CENTRAL PARK VILLAGE, PLANT CITY, SULPHUR ::t (Helen) Long, owners. SPRINGS, WESTTAMPA I. ROBLES PARK ::C

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II) 00 01 ...: N 00 to!) < < Q 00 FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN : USPS 202 140 t Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tempo Bulletin Publishing Co ., 2207 21st. Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 Mail all Correspondence To : P 0 Box 3363, Tampa Fl. 33601 Member of national Newspaper Publishers algamoted Publishers, Inc ., New York. CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS 19011977 BEnY DAWKINS Founder General Director C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, '111 President and Publisher Circulation Mana11.er SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS CAMILLE WILLIAMS General Manager Office Manager GWENDOLYN HAYES #oanoging Editor SIMON JOHNSON AVELINO CASELLA$ RAMOS ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Production Directors Society Editor Second Class Postage Paid At Tampa,, Florida SUBSCRIPTION RATES ; i + $31 Per Year Editions: $17 Per Year One Edition. t PHONE: 248-1921 .. Reactions Differ On Pope's Apology For Slave Trade During Pope John Paul Il's recent tour of the African nation, Cameroon, he apologized to Blacks in Africa for the role white Christians played in the slave trade. The pontiff noted that Christians are supposed to be about the task of "healing and compassion" but that "in the course of history, men belonging to Christian nations did not always do this and we ask pardon from our African brothers who suffered so much because of the trade in Blacks." This short statement from the Pope demands long, deep thinking by Blacks all over the 1vorld. It must be understood that John Paul was not say ing that any forgiveness would set the record straight between whites and Blacks. Such rea8oning is insup portable. His request, more realistically, shows that one of the surest ways for the stupidity of human abuse to end is for one or more of the involved parties to forgive, not retaliate; forgive, not fester in bit terness; forgive, not ostracize the offspring of the former offenders; forgive, not tie their potentially beautiful futures to the bonds of the ugly past. He did not ask Black Africans to -forget about the abuses of slavery. That would have been the equivalent to asking them to play the roles of fools. If it were possible for them to not remember the abuse, it might be possible for others to enslave them again. Forgetting, therefore, could prove to be a death knell for their present and future freedom. No country, organization, or spokesperson can answer the Pope's req .. est as to whether all the sons and daughters of Africa who are scattered throughout tbe world will in fact forgive. It's an answer that, if ever given, will mostly come from individual Blacks because slavery affected each one of us differently. That's why there are radical, moderates, conservatives and forgivers, and finally those who do not embrace the Christian faith that the Pope alluded to. Sentinel Office Closed Labor Day Church-Owned Consumer Cooperatives Can Work (Park XI) A Cooperative is defined as a business enterprise, jointly owned by a group, and operated without profit for the personal benefit. In other words, as in the idea of Church Cooperatives, the chances of one or two un scrupulous individuals pro fiteering for themselves is guarded. Such characters could go to jail, for there are laws which protect against such underhandedness. Consumer Coope111tives are so chartered as to allow such business ventures to buy and sell goods and services to the cooperative membership, as well as, to the public in general. As previously stated in this series, the cooperative idea is a good place to start in launching a movement to develop formidable Black enterprise in Black com munities such as Tampa. The Black Church is tailor-made for such a venture. History tells us that many oppressed groups embraced the cooperative idea as a boot strap to lift themselves to greater economic heights in this land. Aside from farmers and labor unions, cooperatives were started by ethnic groups, as well, as a first step up the ladder of economic mobility. Early immigrant groups such CHILD WATCH as Swedes, Finns, Slavs, and others gained e conomic con trol of their communities through the consumer cooperative idea. Black com m\mities can, likewise, do the same. Like any business, a cooperative exists following business principles. There must be explored the market factors, legal ramifications for institutionalization, manage ment and operations, etc. The Black Church should have no problems in any aforementioned area for in dividuals of such talents are found in its existing leadership structure and/or its general membership. The Black com munity, itself, satisfies the nucleus of the market factor. Teen Ptegnancy: A Pocketbook Issue Marian Wright Edelman An ideal market exists and principal to the needs of the Black community, as with all Teen Pregnancy costs all of for such essential teen others, is the need for food, us sometimes in ways we do pregnancy items as deliveries, clothing, and shelter. The not realize. newborn care and medical atfood distribution enterprise, First, there are the known tention for infants and income typical supermarkets, is a like. social costs. We have seen that supports, Medicaid and day ly industry tailor-made for children who have children care services for teen mothers. such a cooperative business often end up dropping out of The report does not even atventure here in Tampa. The school, only to face tempt to tally the longer term physicalcapital is minimal and joblessness and a higher risk social costs, such as landsites are available in spots of living in poverty. In the unemployment and poverty. accessible to Black inner-city black community, in parTwo sectors in Illinois are populations. Among such ticular, we know that high bearing a disproportionately churches, the financial capital rates of teen parenthood are heavy cost burden, according is available. Black churches damaging the social fabric. to the report. The first is the can raise funds more readily But, whether we realize it or state's poor families. than any other Black group on not, teen pregnancy costs all Although the government the face of this nation. of us in another way: in our bears some of the costs 'of teen The suggestion here in a step pocketbooks. The families and pregnancy among impoverish-by step process can be follow friends of teen parents know ed Americans, poor families ed by any denominate or in this, because they often must must somehow scrape up the terdenominate group. Let us pay much of the medical and money to pay for what governassume th!lt the Black baptists other -costs Of too-early ment does not provide. For exwere impressed and interested: parenthood. The rest of us pay ample, virtually all of the $151 Step 1: Some minister must in a less direct way on our million spent supporting be brave enough to raise the tax dollars go to supchildren who are not covered cooperative idea for discussion p(>rt the government-provided by income support programs. at the regular meeting of services that young people Illinois businesses local baptist leadership con often need if they have pay $154 million a year, If such a conference children before they are ready : primarily through the portion does nbf exist, this brave soul There are no formal of their state and federal taxes might consider getting on the estimates of the national cost which go toward programs phone and kicking the idea of teen pregnancy, but it is in which are drawn on for teen around with those among his the many billions of dollars pregnancy-related services. peers who might see some each year. The estimate would be even credibility in the suggestion. Take the state of Illinois, higher, the study points out, if The idea is to effect an initial for example. A new, first-of-other costs such as meeting between interested its-kind study prepared at absenteeism and employee church ministers. Or there is Northwestern University has training were added. nothing disrespectful for any found that"teenage pregnanDespite the huge price church member to take the in-cy and its associated problems they're paying because of teen itiative. The cooperative ap-The Sentinel Office Will Be Closed Mon-cost the citizens of Illinois an pregnancy, the report notes, proach as discusssed in these estimated $853 million annualIllinois citizens are not-columns might be raised at the day, September 2 In Observance Of Labor ly." Each Illinois household is spending very much to prevent weekly or monthly regular Day. Material For Tuesday's Edition Must paying an average of $202 a it: the state allocates only $22 church conference or business year through higher taxes inmillion a year to family life meeting. There are numerous 5 Be Turned In Thursday At 12 Noon. dividual cost outlays, and education and family planning ways church members can call ""' higher costs passed along by programs. attention to the church leader;..J business. It is time the state of Illinois ship as to their problems and ..................................................... Thism._o.ney--is.igoinigto ......... (Continued_. .... ._s>._ .... intjeresj._ts ..... b.econtl'njujejd.) ._111

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----------------\: 10JillWLfllilf t -----BY SHERNA ( -:-How Do You Spell, On August 20, 1896, the dial telephone was patented. Last week, Hawaii should have had a real blast of a time as they celebrated their becoming the 50th state of the Union on August 21; the year was 1959. So much chaos has been happening all around us that sometimes it seems we can't hear ourselves think. But, how do you spell, "tragedy?" One man's tragedy might be another man's glory. And, vice versa. On this subject, however, let us look at the situation(s) that is sur rounding the airline industry, South Africa, and Jerry Falwell. With all due respect, I, personally rather not refer to the man by his alleged title of Reverend. Not to mention the so-called, "Moral Majority." First, there have been many, thousands to be exact, who have lost their lives via airline transportation. Airplanes have been falling out of the sky, they have been victims of wind shearing (or was that shift ting?), and, to say the most, they have just burst into flames. While we must acknowledge and pay tribute J'NOTHER VIEW Innocent By Insanity to those who lost their lives and their families, let us also be reminded that it all is the work of Almighty God. I am reminded of a poem written by a local poetess, Ms. Frankie Johnson, which in essence states that for all the injustices being done to His people, that for every one of God's chosen to fall from the hands of in justice, Almighty God will take ten of the injusticer's own good ones. From what I have observed, my teachings from the late Honorable Elijah Muhammad are true. All of this brings us to South Africa where we find in our modern day history that slavery is being revered, ad mired and even joked about among the strong-arm nations of our world. In comparison, One of the biggest debates let us please learn to look in the black community is the below the surface and the trial of Billy Ferry. It makes unobvious. Let us be aware for good conversation and that more people have lost does not really involve Ferry their lives in airplane accidents but rather the basic issue in his than in South Africa in the publicized trial. That issue bepast year. For anyone that ing whether Ferry should be cannot read between these freed and judged innocent by lines and know the truth, then, insanity. Psychiatrists, those people the next time, we can be more Billy Ferry is the man on trained in the study of the open and to the point. trial for dousing down a Clair human mind are never able to Speaking of being open and Mel City Wino Dixie Store agree conclusively or to the point, I always knew with gasoline and setting it not a person seeking freedom that Falwell and his "Moral afire, killing five people and under the sanity defense is Majority" would put their injuring many others. The s ane or not. foot in their mouth. I question is whether or not In court, both the prosecu-thought that the "Moral Ferry was a madman at the tion and the defense can proMajority" stood for time he committed that 'cruel duce expert witnesse s who will righteousness and the preser and inhumane act. both say what their respective vation of "truth and justice." The general concensus is sides need them to say. I don't Oh yeah, but the "American that the ma11 killed five people mean to imply that these peoway" is still to be debated on in a horrible fashion and, ple are selling their profesas America still doesn't quite crazy or not he is guilty and sional opinions. What I am know how to make it right in should be put to death The saying is people can interpret South Africa. issue here is not Ferry but his the same facts differently. Perhaps if we look closer, defense: innocent by insanity. If trained professionals we can learn that tragedies The defense of innocent by can't agree on whether or not come in all colors, fashions insanity allows one accused of a person is or was insane at the a nd sizes. Peace Be Unto You a crime to contend that he was time a crime was committed, instruct a jury to consider on insance at the time the act was how do you expect a jury of ly the facts presented. But the committed. Meaning they had laymen to make such an imjury is composed of human be-no real knowledge of what portant decision? A decision ings. Black leadership, especially that official leadership which is elected or appointed, need not ever feel that it must be apologetic when requesting or demanding justice for Black people. This is especially true in such cases as concern for the absence of a Black attor-' ney on the City of Tampa legal staff. In an article appearing in last Saturday's Tampa Tribu1,1e, dated August 24, 1985, entitled "Harvey Wants City To Hire Black Lawyer", page 5-B, City Councilman Perry Harvey, Jr. was quoted as saying, "They're on me all the time." The statement was in reference to alleged pressure from the Black community to hire Black attorneys for part time and full-time work with the City's Attorney's Office headed by Joseph G. Spicola. HELEN CHAVEZ According to the article, Harvey's request provoked a wide range of discussion. This corner is particularly concern ed with the statement at tributed to Councilwoman Helen Chavez. Mrs. Chavez's alleged quote, "I think it's un fair for the Black community to put that monkey on your back." She went on to "console" Mr. Harvey with other alleged paternalistic com ments, embarrassing, to say the least, to the Black com munity. The Black community is fortunate in that there is a history which supports any and all claims related to the question of racial discrimination in hiring prac tices in this city. While Mr. Spicola and others may well defend themselves with some degree of past tokenism, such "window dressing" he alludes to in the fact that his secretary Child Watch they were doing. The insanity that could mean the difference In the case of Billy Ferry, .I defense allows the accused to between living and dying for would certainly loose my ob(Continued From Page 4) claim he or she acted out of a the person on trial. jectivity if one of th e fire viclost with realism and not out I believe there are people in tims was a clo s e friend or -and the rest of this nation of t h 0 ugh t s that were this city who are mentally ill. relative. With revenge in my stopped being penny wise malicious and pre-meditated. They are so sick, until they can heart, 1 would want the courts and pound-foolish about teen Should that be a valid snap and kill somebody any to sentence him to death pregnancy Our challenge is to defense in a court of Jaw? Or minute. In my opinion, the inThose desires would be based persuade our fellow citizens should it be you did it, and sanity defense is real and must on emotions. that if we all invest our time, regardless of why; you are be continued as a way oflife in Jurors are no different. As energy and, yes, some of guilty! our judicial system. the facts unfold they begin to our dollars in trying to Should a crazy person be The problem with allowing form opinions. They begin to solve the teen pregnancy projailed or even killed in the elec-that defense is that some who think of the act that was comblem today, we all can save tric chair? How do we really were not insane walk free mitted and at the same time many more dollars in the ! = c. ., I f'll = Q =-o = fiJ is insane, or was insane at the sane face either a prison term would be better off -and so time of the action? or a bed on death row. Courts 21) would our society .... eloquently in the past.

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.. ...... ...... ................................ .................... .. .-I WISHING YOU A HAPPY IRTHDAY. MISS ROSE I'll c e .... -= e = I .... .. ROSE CRUTCHFIELD CHAMPAGNE DINNER On August 17, a Cham pagne Dinner Party was given in honor of Lt. Freddye Michelle Lemons, M.D. United States Navy, Oakland, California, at the Carver (::ity home of her aunt, Mrs. E. N. Cusseaux. Assisting with details were Ms. M. Doris Wilson, Mrs. james Atwaters and Mrs. John Ingraham Guests enjoying this elegant affair were relatives Mrs. Ruth Lemons, mother of Dr. Lemons, Mrs. Mildred McBride, Willie James McBride, LT. F. LEMONS, M.D. Theodore Johnson, Angela Johnson and Jennie of Oakland Ca.; <;:harles Johnson, Jr., Mr. and Jadee Davis, Mrs: Debbie. Hardie,. Houston, Texas; Mrs. Azalee Hill, Mrs. Betty L. Davas and children; and Mrs. Betty Dixon, St. Petersburg. Others signing the Register were: Mr. and Mrs. Ford, Phil., Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morris, Mrs. Elnora Rogers, Antonia Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Primus Mount, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Williams, Sr., Mn. Betty L. Kin sey, James Atwaters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Brown Stinnis, Mr. and Mrs. Sam .Brazelton, Archie Chaney, Mrs. Fifi F. Art Flemmg, Ms. Elizabeth Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel DaviS, Ms carnella Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Davis, Mrs. Lois Damels, Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, Altpn Blanton, Ms. Ruth and Melvin Goose, Ms. Eileen Wilford, Ms. Joyce Turner, Ms. Adrain Mills and Kevin, Ms. Regaina Storks, T; J. Hall, and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Pressley. Highlighting the evening were the reunions of Dr. Lemons' elementary schoolmates, John Palmer, Ms. Linda Fields and = daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Streeter (Yolando) and Atty E-1 G. Anderson: Jr.: also Dr. Sam Horton, high school t' pnnc1pal and Ms. Dons Wilson, first grade teacher. FAMU GRADS MARRY IN ST. LOUIS Two graduates of Florida A&M University, Reginald L. 'i Goff and Rita F. Lee were married recently at the New North -= side Baptist Church in St. Louis, Mo : with the Rev. Willie J. :E Ellis officiating. = The bride, Rita Faye Lee, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. =-Willie B. Lee and Mrs. Mary Alice Lee, of St. Louis. The .5 bridegroom, Reginald Laverne Goff, is the son of Mr. Ruben -; Goff, of Rochester, New York, and Mrs. Janet Taylor-Goff, :; of Bradenton. = Lee graduated from Florida A&M University in December, i 1984, with a Bachelors Degree in Public Administration. She .5 will be working towards a Masters Degree in Public Ad i ministration at Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio. ..... ,aa graduated in December of 1984, receiving a Bachelors Degree in Architectural Engineering. He is employed with Tur ner Construction Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio, where he is a Cost Engineer. The nuptial ceremony a "Rainbow Spectrum Wed ding", making up the colors of the rainbow. Floral arrange ments were provided by Allen Porter; and music was provided by Malcolm Speed, both of St. Louis. Solos were performed by Mrs. Michelle Goff, Marcia Smith, ALEXA L. COITMAN Happy Birthday to Alexa La Vette Cottman who is four years old today! Her parents are Alexander and Lorretta M. (Holland) Cottman. Grands are Jack Cotman, Sr. and Flora M. Holland. God parents are Joann Pouncey and Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Streeter of Winter Haven. Alexa attends St. Matthew M. B. Church (Rev. J. H Howell, Pastor) regularly where sheaffectionately refers to the minister as "my pastor" After having a fun-filled and restful summer vacation visiting some of Tampa's at tractions, Alexa is to begin her third year & W Early Childhood Learning Center, Inc. where she'll share birthday goodies with her schoolmates today; and enjoy her party with special friends at Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Time Theater in Brandon Saturday, August 31. CHEKETA WASHINGTON Kevin Coswette and Allen Porter. Cheketa LaFaye Hostesses for the wedding were Angela Anderson, Eunice is toBerry, Kellye Presha, Tracy Presha, Lisa 'Presha, Glynis day. She is the daughter of Rogers, Lynette Lee and Patricia Bapks. Sybil and Carl The groomsmen were Robert Goff, R Dale Goff, Kenneth She will celebrCJ_te her birthday Goff, Clinton Jackson, Rbondal Lee and Donald Ruffin. Saturqay at McDonalds with Beatrice Berry,. Atlanta, Georgia, aunt of the bride, was the her brothers; cousins and will wish her a Happy Birth day, and also, her friends at Early Childhood Center where she attends pre-school. Charles Anthony Reid Jr. will celebrate his first birth day, Aug. 30. He is the son of Sonja and Chades A. Reid. His birthday will be celebrated with a birhday party at Lowry Park. Expected to attend his party are his great grand parents, Sammy and Sarah Alexander, A. C. Reid, and Alice Lowe; grandparents ; Mark Alexander, Frarik Her nandez, Charlie and Katie Reed; aunts, Soraya, Consuela and Tiffiny; uncles, Tommy, _,_ f HARLES REID, JR. THoma s, Evelio, Frankie, Eric and Roberto. .u.M.c.A. GOLDEN HAWK MOTORCYCLE CLUB 4501 30th Street, Tampa,, PHONE: Presents their 15th ANNUAL PARADE, PICNIC, PARTY, S _HOW and PANCE Saturday, August 31st., 1985 The parade will leave from the GOLDEN HAWK MOTORCYCLE CLUB at 11 a.m. end.lng up at MacFarlane Park where the will take place at 12;00 p.m. to 4_:00 P.M. Show and Dance will follow at the WEST TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER 3005 West Columbus Drive Corner Of MacDill Avenue and Columbus Drive. 9 P.M. Until DONATION: $6.00 All U.M.C.A. Club Members Nationwide Will Be Here: JACKSONVILLE TROnERS M/C ROAD BURNERS M/C RIVIERA BCH. GOLDEN HAWKS M/C INC. TAMPA ROYAL KNIGHTS SAVANNAH, GA. THE CHOSEN FEW M/C SARASOTA FORT LAUDERDALE ROAD RUNNER'S FORT LAUDERDALE BIG THREE M/ C F& T SPEEDWAY FITZGERALD, GA. JOY RIDERS M/C ST. PETERSBURG maid of honor. Donnel Askew, of St. Petersburg, was the best friends. Her great aunt, Louis We Are Cordially Inviting man. Young; grandmother, Many relatives and friends of the bride and the bridegroom Ernestine Hicks and great-Everybody To He I p Us came from Florida, Georgia, New York, Illinois, Washington, grandmother Linnie Burkes D.C., Indiana and California to attend, and to participate' in Entertain These People the wedding ceremonies. To Place Cancel The wedding reception, held at the Club Imperial in South For U.M.C.A. Members And Non:u.M.C.A. St. Louis, was attended by about 450 persons. Music was Or Correct Members Trophies Will Be Given For: provided by the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. The surprise of the CLASS I 5 evening was a birthday toast to the bridegroom, who also FlED AD THE RAGGEDIEST MAN celebrated his 26th birthday on his wedding day. Dial BEST DRESSED COUPLE After their honeymoon in Acapulco; Mexico, the newlyweds OLDEST MOTORCYCLE RIDER will return to Cleveland, Ohio, to live. il< RETURNS FROM SUMMER VACATION LONGEST DISTANCE MOTORCYCLE RIDER r;; Mrs. Lucille B. Johnson of 23rd Ave spent four weeks Or LONGEST DISTANCE CLUB j;l;;l recently visiting her foster family the Burroughs in Sacramen-248-3033 MOST PARTICIPANTS CLUB .................. ... ............ ..

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................................... For Family Unity Members Hold Second Reunion The O.F.F.U. (Organization For Family Unity) is composed of the Adams, Sampson, Flemings, Sims, Williams and Hogens families. They gathered in Tampa on July 26-28, for their second reunion. The first night a Banquet and Fashion Show was presented by Daisy Ball Kirce and daughter, Renea of Sarasota, and also there were games, dancing and music played by Anthony Reeves at the AKA Sorority House Af ter the details for Sat. and Sun. were announced by the President, Mae Bell Sampson, and the closing prayer by Dea. Willie Hogan of it was an enjoyable nigh "t: On Sat., the gathered at MacFarlane rnuk for an ali day picnic, and Mr. atii Mrs. John Reeves entertained the family Sat. night by giving a crab enchilaQ.a party. The young a > Roland Williams, San Pablo, Calif.; Essie Williams from Oakland, Calif.; Nathaniel Flemming and Family from Nashville, Tenn.; Willie and Sylvia Hogan, Julius, Della, Elizabeth and Mary. and N family of Tallahassee; Alphonso and Rose Ball from Jacksonville; Roland and Margie and daughter, Cour tney Ball, From Orlando, Fla.; and Rosalee Harris of St. Petersburg. > :s tor:! "" I = c =-g; Q. :s I'll Michel Reeves, Atlanta; Delia and Marida Sampson, North Carolina; Essie M Williams, Oakland, Ca.; Gloria Hicks, Richmond, Ca.; Roland Williams, Oakland; Ishmel Jr. and Ishmel Sampson, Sr., Ft'. Bragg, N.C. Parents! Give Your Child A Good Start N& W "orly Childhood Learning Center Call 248 2709 34th Street IMMOKALEE MRS. MARY TOWNSEND .. Reporter family are home after enjoying a family reunion in Georgia; Mrs. Annie Mae Parks is home after visiting her sick father in Georgia; Mrs. Carrie R 2804 Columbus Drive Mrs. Berdine Jackson and Of Governor And Indio Streets, ;:; Donation Advance $5.00 r. I Near Downtown Tampa. BRO. ABE BROWN "' Breakfastlncluded 248 .. 1921._ August30And3J Founder/Director

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( #o, .t # 11. .t"'.., .t 'I) .. ,. .1 .,_ ''> 1 I 1 # t 1 I 1 1 I I .1 1.. f 1 1 .... 1 1 .. 1 1 f t1 \. *) 4 f I I f., .t f .I f f t .t, .. ., -, t .. ... 0 \. 0, .. '".0 0 \ 0 \ 0 /'. ,!, 0, 0 I' .f o 0 o 0 '> .. ., II) .... r: N riJ ;;;;J g < < ;;;;J I :l = E-4 c "'CS .c rll -:E = = :; = I = = 00 IT'S ALL ABOUT YOU ROSE CRUTCHFIELD (continued From Page 6) to, CA. While there they spent a day in ReiiO' ; also Oliver Newsome, Dafney Newsome, Terrance Dorsey, Alphonvisited in Oakland, CA where they explored several m8;1Js and so Thomas. Also aunts, Mrs. Eula Adams, Mrs. Nora McCall, did some shopping. Mrs. Johnson left Aug. 9th for St. Louis, and Mrs. Cora Chaney MO where she attended the Elks 86th At}nual Grand Lodge Convention. The activities were many and rather interesting. Among them were the 44th Annual Workshop, Civil Liberties Joint Session, Oratorical Contest, The Service of Sacred Memory, Annual Communion Breakfast, Achievement Awards Banquet and the election of officers. Past Grand Daughter Ruler, Jean C. W. Smith was elected as the Grand Daughter Ruler over the Grand Temple. She will reolace Nettie B. Smith. Tampans attending the Convention were Mrs. Ruby Lips combe, and Mr. Ben Wilson. Traveling with Mrs. Johnson was Mrs. Ira B. Floyd of Brooksville. YOUNGSTER RETURNS HOME IN TIME TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Donta the honoree is standing on right wearing striped shirt, white party hat and sporting a watch. Seated left front is little Elena Charisse Htcks; seated left to right; Coley, Devon Pressley, Albert Thomas, Marcel Chaney, Von Chaney II, and Derrick Coley. OFF TO THE ARMY Congratulations to another student from Tampa Bay Vocational Tech. Edward Bailey, III is departing August 27, for the U. S. Army. He will be training at Fort Dix in New Jersey Edward is the son of SFC Edward Bailey, Jr. and Catherine Coley, and brother of Corey and step-son of Milton Coley. His grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert N. Johnson and Mrs. Milton Coley, Sr. PROUD GRANDMOTHER One of our proudest grand mothers is Mrs. Nora Hudson of 1602 E. Mobile Avenue. When we told you about her grandson, Sp. 4 Fletcher King being in Tampa on a recruiting assignment for the U.S. Army, her name did not appear in the list of close relatives, and we apologize. Another grandson, Antwan Robinson is currently station ed with the U S. Arm y in Greece. Fletcher is t he s on o f Mrs Hudson's daughte r Shirley Coleman. Antwan i s the s on of her daughter, Bessie EDWARD BAILEY Carnegie. MRS. NORA HUDSON Mrs. Hudson has twelve children, about 46 grandchildren, and 25 great grandchildren She is a member of St. John Mis sionary Baptist Church. She is the widow of Mr. Wes Hudson, who died in 1979 A 'V BUSINESS -AND PROFESSIONAL WOM E N The Downtown Tampa Bus ine ss and Pro f ess i o n a l W o men will m e et a t the T a mp a C lub o n We dnesd ay, A u gust 28, at 1 2 noon. Th e ir guest speake r will be Pat V i g o of t h e Breast Center, a di v i s ion of t he R a diolo gica l Associate s of T a mp a. For reserva t ion s, call 8 72-7 8 6 3 or f o r a ddi tio nal i n fo rm atio n contact Sally Ward a t 2 21-1000 SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS RECEIVE AWARDS Three Tampa s er v ice organi z ation s have been awarded $2,boo each In grants this month by the Gannett Foundation and WIOl/WDAE, members of the Gannett Broadcast Gro.up. ALPHA a non-profit organization that provides services Seated bottom: Faye Mosley, Alicia Chaney, Michelle Canty; and homes 'to unwed teenagers was awarded $2,000 on a special seated top: Shirley Newsome, Yolanda Thomas, Cheryl emergency basis to help rebuild their offices which were burned Chaney, Yolanda Canty. during a fire in May. "We're so grateful," said Sister Rosalie DONTA ANTIONE BLAKE Hennessy, Director of ALPHA. "We had heard we were going Donta Antione Blake, the sone of Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Mary) to get the money, but we were elated to find out we were getting Blake, celebrated his second birthday on August 15 with a parit ahead of schedule to help us with our rebuilding." Sister ty at home with family and friends Rosalie stated that in addition to the rebuilding of adIn the beautifully decorated dining room the table was ministrative offices, the funds will go towards food, clothing, adorned with a huge birthday cake displaying farm yard counselling, and shelter to those that have none during their animals, party favors and other goodies. pregnancies. Donta had just returned home from Miami Beach with his Also receiving a grant from the Gannett Foundation is the parents visiting other family members. He is the of Life Enrichment Center of Tampa. The money will be used by Mr. and Mrs. William (Lessie) Blake of Quincy and the late the Center to continue their operations of providing educaf-< Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Emma) Reed. tiona!, cultural, health and legal services to person 60 years old G Donta has been a model for Maas Bros. and hopefully Will and older. According to Alene Love, Executive Director of the model this year. Center, the organization has become totally dependent on 1.-1 Others attending were his brother Earl Tyrone Blake who private contributions since the Federal government discon, t .... ............... f" ... MARRIAGE LICENSES Sye Johnson, Sr., 72, Bradley, Fla., and Mary McKinzie, 61, Tampa. Willie Charles Stevenson, 44, Plant City, and Mary Alice Holloman, 36, Plant City. Lyndon Fitzgerald Dallas, 20, Tampa, and Gladys Guillen, 20, Tampa. Frederick Nanton, 53, Tam pa, and Ethel Margarita Nan ton, 47, Tampa. Michael Corneilius Atkin son, 25, Tampa, and Sabrina Patricia Ward, 27, Tampa. Andre Pierre Daniels, 24, Tampa, and Islaylin Cavell Fortson, 27, Tampa. Albert Lee Stevens, 26, Tampa, and Monica Dee Mosley, 22, Tampa. Johnnie Horton, Jr., 40, Tampa, and Anita Marie Davis, 32, Tampa. willie Guion, 47, Tampa, and Elaine Turner, 41, Tam pa. J oseph Gregory Martinez, 33, Tampa, and Lola Bell Singleton, 34, Tampa. James Hutchinson, 40, Tampa, and Christine Copeland, 50, Tampa. Jay Percell Mayweather, 24, Tampa, and Antionette Oliver, 24, Tampa. Thomas Jerome Kelly, Jr., 25, Tampa, and Rosa Johanna Bush, 22, Tampa. Hendrick James Hamerter, 19, Tampa, and Tammy Wynette Morgan, 16, Tampa. Noel Livingston Thompson, 36, Tampa, and Yolanda Faye Merrell, 24, Tampa. Anthony Dwayne Guion, 20, Plant City, and Sylvia Ann Crews, 21, Plant City. Luther Louis Core, 34, Seff ner, and Daria Louise Dickens, 25, Tampa. Otis Teal 32 Plant City, and Lucinda Anderson, 26, Plant City. .,_,--' '' :; ; ( .. :_ Q When I real hed age 65, I applied for social security benefits just to get Medicare. I make too much money to get any benefits. but I was told that my bene fits would be figured as if I were receiving benefits. Now I understand it is possible to get Medicare only. Can I change my application? A Yes. you can withdraw your application for benefits and still keep your Medicare protection Q. I just atlplied for Medicare. How long will it be before I get Medicare card? A If you meet all the rcquirements and your ap plication is approved it will be at least 6 weeks b e for e you receive y o ur health insurance card <.!l also had a birthday August 3, cousins; Virginia Newsome, (Continued On Page 11) ........................................................................................ ...

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History Of Along with f'rank Odom, The Coordinator of Hymn-0-Rama '85 is Sandra G. Thomas, E s sie M. Johnson, Erne s tine C. Odom, Jean Y. Andrews, Thelma Collins, Gay L. Keaton and Aluster Morgan. ldella Gillians, Sandra K. Felton, Veda R. Odom, Helen Thoma s Joyce E. f ellon, Gladys L. f"elton, Arthur Shipp and Susie M. Padgett. > = Q. ::::! I l'D -Mr. H. G. Spafford kissed his wife and four daughters goodbye when they left Chicago for a visit with relatives in Europe. wrote the famou s hymn, "It i s Well With My Soul and have no idea of what rela tionship John Newton has with it. "Precious Lord" along with several other hymns are a part of Baptist and Methodist hymnals and many do not know that they were written by Thomas E. Dorsey, a black man recently s elected to the musician s and Other participants were: organist Thelma Collins. t:= Guest choir for thi s year wa s a This is part of the his tory of "It is Well With My Soul" read by Arthur Shipp as Ernestine C. Odom and Gay L. Keaton culminiated the final hymn for the evening. Harold B. Warmack, James T. William s Susie M. Padgett and Rev. William D. Shipp. Pleasant Chapel A.M.E. =-Music was provided by pianist Essie M. Johnson and Church Young Adults, singing a special arrangement of "Come, Ye [)isconsolate". .' Some days later, he received a cable from his wife which said, "Saved Alone". He learned that the French Steamer t he Ville de Havre, on which his family was travel ing, collided in mid-ocean with a large sailing ship. Nearly everyone perished along with her four daughters. Insurance For Small Some good friends carne from Edinburg, Scotland to London, England to comfort their friends. Strong in faith, Mr. and Mrs. Spafford were able to say through their tears, "It is well : The will of God be Three. years later he Frank Odom The Coor dinator of Hymn-0-Rama '85 proclaimed that the program was to have nothing but hymns, history and the Holy Spirit. From the response of particiption, that was what it was. Serving on the Commission on Education at Pleasant Chapel A.M.E. Church, he stated that it is part of the pro gam to help educate Millions of wor s hippe rs sing "Amazing each we e k writers Hall of Fame. Business Seminar Set Other hymn s s ung with those mentioned were Do you want to know Center invite s you to another what 's going on in the in-of a s erie s of s eminars! The N earer, My God to Thee", "Come, Thou Fount of Every s urance indu s try? What to do topi c, "Insurance For Small Blessing" "What A Friend to insure your bu s iness, your Business, will be discussed at We Hav e In Jesus,, As employees, your. property? Martin Luther King C!'!nter 1 Am", "Even Me "Alas! How to choos e an 2300 Oregon, St., Tampa on And Did My Savior Bleed", agent/policy premium s to pay Thurs da y Au g u s t 29, l-2p.ni. "Rock of .. 1 Come to and how much? Ple ase r es er v e your seat b y The Garden A lone", a nd __ c a_ll_i n..;;g;...t_h_e c e_n_te_r_a_t_2_5_1_-4_6_2_ 5 .... "Mine Ey e s Have The Glor y ". PhoneYour 1\ews 248-192 JET SETTERS SOCIAL CLUB Other hymn s oloi s t s for thi s WELCOME TO THE 3RO ANNUAL ASSEMBLY p L b D affair were: Henry Mont-re-a Or ay gomery, Patricia Lockett, MONEY GIVE AWAY Jean Y Andrew s Sandra G August 28, 1985 Thomas Luc y A Futch Bett y Greene Alu s ter Morg an and At Blue Diamond Bar & Lounge J u lia Griffin 1 PRIZE $50.00 Hymn hi s tor y re a d e r s w er e : (Need No Be Present To Win} !della Gilli ans, Arthur Shipp OF THE FIRST BORN PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF JESUS 701 Avenue From MONDAY, AUG. 26 Thru SEPT. 1st, 8:00P.M. Variou s Churches Will Be In Charl(e ()I" SUNDAY At 2 P.M., WOMEN HOUR E J.J>ER TOI\IIMIE WJJ.I.IAMS In RE\'. JlEBECCA KEAR' E\' .. (;re gg T e mplt' AM E Church ( ; ue s l Spt>a ker "C > ,.._ SIN-HOUSE PRIZES Of $10.00 EACH Sandra Felton, H e l e n Free Food Thomas, Gl a dys E Felto n 81 H P 1 R n RYRn !'""' \'eda R. Odom a nd Joy-:e E. F I.DER 1 MJT C HEJ.J s 0 .. z Music By: LARRY'S SUPERDISCO F 1 ... Pastor o\nd ovt-rset-r ................. ................

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(Continued From Page 8) funding of senior programs in 1985. "Elated,4 We were really pleased to receive the grant," said Love. 1'Since Federal budget cuts, we would not be able to contiime operating without grants like Gannett awarded us. Grants have become our mainstay." Mental Health Services of Upper Pinellas County also was awarded a grant from the Foundation. Providing out patient and day treatment programs to anyone, regardless of their ability to pay, the Mental Health Services of Upper Pinellas County will use the funds to purchase video taping equipment that will enable the organization to produce educational and training programs. Joan Brock, Director of Research and Resource Development, said, "Money to non profit organiza tions is becoming more and more scarce. We truly 'appre6ate the Gannett Foundation helping us with the needs we have now.'' According to Jay Cook, General Manager for WlOl!WDAE, money for grants is allotted to the Tampa Bay area Gannett Foundation annually and disbursed to recipients on a quarterly basis. "To date we've awarded $11,000 to Tampa Bay organizations," Cook said. "And we've got more grants that will be awarded before the end of this year. Gannett and Wl01/WDAE feel it's important to put money back in the communities they do business with." SEMINOLE BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN "Can you afford to make whoopie after retirement?" is the second in a continuing series of Preparing for Retirement pro grams by Seminole Business and Profession11l Women. Subjects to be discussed are Alternatives to Insurance! by Bruce Walling, Insurance Alternative, Inc., Deferred An nuities, Social Security, and Plan 40l(k). Semiole Business And Professional Women will meet Thursday, September 5, 6:30 p.m., at Riverside Hilton, 200 North Ashley Street. Reserve with Jeanne Zimmer 875-0221. Interested visitors welcome. SAFE SUPPORT GROUP Family Service Centers' Sexual Assault Family Emergency (SAFE) Center is starting a new support group to help adult victims of sexual assault and deal with the emotional stress and trauma produced by the experiencce, no matter how long ago it occurred. The group will meet in the evenings on a weekly basis and will cover such topics as: Regaining a sense of safe ty, re-establishing meaningful relationships, self-esteem, self a s sertion, regaining autonomy, and expression of feelings. The group will be facilitated by Trudy Willey, SAFE Center rape crisis counselor. "Often times, a person who has been sex ually assaulted feels that there is no one who could understand the fear, anxiety and confusion that remains long after the assault has taken place. The purpose of this group is to provide an atmosphere ofwarmth and caring in which others who have gone through the same experience can provide support through sharing feelings, thoughts and ideas," said Ms. Willey. Prior to entering the group, individual counseling is required and will be provided at the SAFE Center. For more informa tion or to make an appointment with a counselor, call 530-7233. MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION Earlier we had told you the Annual Shrimp Night would be held at Pabst's Blue Ribbon Hall, but they had to cancel because they are going to be renovating the facility. The new site is the Woodmont Clubhouse, 415 Woodmont Ave., Tem ple Terrace (SW of the Temple Terrace Golf and Country Club). This is the traditional night for members to enjoy a good shrimp dinner prepared by the out-going president. Price will be $15.00 per couple, or $8.00 per single. Special entertain ment has been planned. The event is September 12. Pr esident Aims To Of Black Work For Lawyers' Group The Community From Regional Director of Region 11 for the Natiou.al Bar Association,. -(NBA), '.Speciat Assistant to past bar presidents Attys. Warren and Arthenia Joyner, rand 1pember of the NBA's Board. of Governors, Atty. Bob Morrison has risen to the top spot of the Florida Chapter of the Nati6nal Bar Association. In June o(this year, Tampa Mayor Bob Martinez's ex ecutive assistant was elected president of the 300 member organization. "It's going to be a challenge," Atty. Morrison stated. "We've been fortunate to have super leadership, therefore the challenge is to continue that effort." But he quickly added, "I have a good solid base to work from." According to the seven-year member of the association, "I will coordinate the programs and businesses of the organization for the year, act as spokesperson for black lawyers across the state, and act as a liaison with the Na tional Bar Association." BY PATrY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer BOB MORRISON But the main ingredient is to work for and with the black community. "Our (the organization's) focus is on providing continuing legal education for members," Atty. Morrison explained, "and addressing the political and social programs (or issues), and their effects on the community the black community in particular that we serve." According to Atty. Mor rison, The Florida Chapter of Black Attorneys To Meet With Bay Area Owners On August 15, the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. was one year old. What was once an intangible idea to a few founders is now a develop ing organization with officers, board members, committee workers, members and sup porters. A founders day pro gram is scheduled for mid September 1985. Detailed plans will be announced later this month. The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Com mittee of Hundred shared the July meeting. AI Lucarelli did an outstanding job of bringing a very informative presentation to our members and guests. The next BACC meeting will be held August 29, at the Holiday Inn. The chamber has invited Ken Glover, Esquire, President of the George Edgecomb Bar Association to speak. The minority community depends and have benefited from the professional com petence and leadership of its minority lawyers. Today, as business owners exercise freedom of choice in the cancer can be beaten. KENNETH GLOVER, ESQ. engagement of those that will serve their firms in legal capaCities, more frequently do they seek the business and legal expertise of minority at torneys. This meeting will focus on "The Impact Qj Legal Services on Florida's Booming Economy. Show your sup port for the increasing Florida opportunities availabe for all. Call 621-0016 to make telephone reservations or R.S.V.P. by mail at 5118 N. 56th Street, #105, Tampa Florida. RSVP by August 28. Cash bar. Dinner, $10. the National Bar Association is planning on coordinating a summit meeting between its members, and state and local elected black representatives. "This summit," according to the newly elected president, "is an effort to not only begin to place the organization in a position to assist local and state elected officials in doing their job in the finest possible fashion, but also to begin to bring together our community by assisting with spreading the word as the programs change and develop." Atty. Morrison added that the group is also planning on sponsoring a state-wide series of free legal clii\ics. "The commuhity feels it is crucial that we clearly outline in public, out com mitments are," he stated. "We are responsible to reach back and assist those we all went to law school to originally help," stated the young man, who is also one of three partners in a firm located in Ybor City. Atty. Morrison further stated that the Florida Chapter's theme is similar to the National Bar Association's theme: "Partners In Uniiy: The Black Lawyer And The Black Community ., In addition to his presideif tial duties, Atty. Morrison will chair a special committee on how to make the NBA more attractive to its members. One Sociai Class Of Blacks? Idea May Stir Stress LOS ANGELES-Undue stress may plague black pro fessionals with high incomes and upwardly mobile lifestyles because of misconceptions that lump all blacks into a soCial underclass, a psychologist says. "Many people in this coun try tend to think of race and class in the same context with regard to black Americans," Dr. Ann Poussaint, a Massachusetts researcch psychologist, told the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association Fri day. 1 248-1921 1 EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES Dr. wa'llace Hay OPTOMETRIST l'uying < ustomers & Metlh ,,it/ Acupted 876-8491 1945 W. Buffalo Ave. Statistics show that in 1985, 138,000 new cases of colo-rectal cancer will be diagnosed in America. Of those diagnosed, ap-COLO-RECTAL SCREENING PROGRAM proximtely 60,000 people will die. Many of these deaths are unColo-rectal cancer screening kits will be available free to necessary. If detected early, an individual's chances for surSPIRITUAL residents of the Tampa Bay area from August 19 through vival increase from 30 percent to 90 percent. ADVISOR September 6. The kits are widely available and the tests may be completed True Psychic Born With Through the combined efforts of SmithKline Diagnostics, in the privacy of one's home. Power. Will Satisfy You In Eckerd, WTSP and St. Joseph's Hospital, 200,000 free hemocFor more information about the hemoccult tests call St. One Visit. Has Loved One cult kits will be available at area Eckerd Drug Stores. St. Joseph's Cancer Hotline at 870-4078. Collect calls will be acTurned Against You? Are ;{:l = 5i' I = = -= ., = t:1' [IJ ==-t'!! > = =.. I = 0 =-c; = [IJ Joseph's Hospital will process the tests at no charge and will cepted. You Unhappy, Discourmail results to each sender. St. Joseph's Hospital will need special volunteers to record ag .ed, Influenced By '"0 Intended to detect colo-rectal cancer at ail early, treatable test data and send test results from Agusut 26 through Evil Spell? I Can Succeed stage, the screening program uses the Hemoccult Test, a simNovember 15. Where Others Have Failed. pie, painless way of detecting blood in the stool. This symptom If you or your group would like to help save lives by detecCall Anytime. ..,.. may be a sign of colo-rectal cancer, which is tht: second largest ting cancer at a treatable stage, call volunteer coordinator Daily Blessings. caus e of cancer related deaths. But ifdetected early, colo-rectal Genie Kelley at 870-4188. 1 813) 677-2971 < .. ,,, z

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<1.) Cl = .... .c = = I <1.) = E-1 t' ... "C .c <1.) .... :E = c .... = I = .... -= 00 CIS Entertainm Kids Someone should fill in the difficult for young children. ACROSS 1. Overhead (The sky is __ .) S. One time (you only live __ .) 7. Exist (Where can John __ ?) 8. Animal home (The cubs are in the __ .) 9. Atmosphere (We need __ to breathe.) 11. Discover (Do you __ the smell of gas?) 12. Color (Dead leaves are _.) IS. Negative answer. 16. At this place (I left my book __ .) 18. False (I have a __ fur.) 22. = -23. Assist (I __ mother do the dishes.) 24. Perform (I __ my chores.) 25. Not old (We have a __ car.) 26. A large plant. 28. 12:00 P.M. (We eat at __ .) 30. As stated (Is that __ ?) 31. Political division (Ohio is a __ .) 33. Our planet. 36. With nothing (The school was __ .) 39. To learn from writing. 40. Part of to be (He __ my pal.) 41. Not young (Grandma is __ .) 42. With each other (The girls play well __ .) 43. Always (Will you __ finis"?) DOWN 1. Find the sum. 2. Part of be (Tom has __ late before.) 3. To an on position (Get __ the roof.) 4. One and all of a group (To __ his own.) S. Conjunction (Either-__ neither-nor.) 6. Automobile. 7. Money depositor (I have money in the _.) 10. Article or bit (I have an __ of interest.) 12. Under (My brother's bed is __ mine.) 14. H20; the universal .solvent. 17. To tie transported (f __ my bike to the store.) 19. Comfort (I can now ride with __ .) 20. Become different (All of us will __ .) 21. Not shut. 2S. Negative (You are __ dumb.) 26. In. the direction of (We went __ town.) 29. Belongiiig to us (That is __ car.) 30. Observe (Did you __ the teacher?) 31. Pronoun (He, __ it.) 32. Same as 1 down. 34. Too (We __ went.) 35. Same as 26 across. 37. Past tense of make. 38. 365 days = one 40. Pronoun (He, she, _.) 41. Same as S down. (See Anwers on Page lS) Astro Quiz 1. Which of the following is the largest Astrological Organiza tion in the USA? (a) CAA (b) SFAA (c) AFA (d) AFAN 2. In parapsychological work in tests for telepa thy, the ''Agent" is the (a) (b) sender (c) observer (d) none of these. 3. An Astrolo I I I I : I I I I I I I I I I I I L L. S I P PORTRAITS BY 5000 WATTS A Special Gift For pecta erson Public Radio Stations Will Air Blacks In Classical Music Executive producer of the series. "Although this effort is just a representative sampling of the wealth of talent of Black artists here and abroad, we hope it gives a clear understanding of how much Blacks have contributed to their profession." The Genesis Project has an nounced plans for the first in a three-part series Les Noirs En Musique Classique: Blacks In Classical Music, to begin this month on Public Radio sta tions across the country These hour-long specials will trace the contributions of Blacks in the field of classical music. Part One, Singers, will cover 130 years of Black ar tistry from Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield (sometimes called is a period of about (a) 2500 years (b) 2160 years (c) 2000 years (d) 2800 years. 4. The Decendant is the West Point of a hbroscope. True of False? t FROM ANYWHERE. C I.IP THIS AI> t'OR A SPECIAl. Rt:AiliN(i

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ves First Interview In 3 Years Hues Party To Be Held Prince has finally let down his guard. The silent sultan of soul, during his first interview in three years, tools around his favorite city of Minneapolis in a white T -bird and at times seems like a normal guy. He wav.es at kids as he drives and worries that he's playing too much of his music on the tape deck. In the Sept. 12 Rolling Stone cover story, he tells Newsweek associate editor Neal Karlen that he stays in mellow Minneapolis because ''I can go out and not get jumped on. It feels good not to be hassled when I dance, which I do a lot.'' Prince says he decided to speak out at last because "there have been a lot of things said about me, and a lot of them are wrong. There have been a lot of contradictions. I don't mind criticism, I just don't like lies." Among the Prince lore he clarifies: His well-protected home. "First off, I don't live in a prison with armed guards around me. The reason I have a guy outside is that after the movie (Purple Rain), all kinds PRINCE of people started coming over and hanging out." He says he doesn't really mind strangers stopping to stare. "But there's a time and a place for everything. A lot of people think I'm a wild sexual person." Being a wild sexual person. "To some degree I am, but not 24 hours a day ... You have to eat, you have to sleep, you have to think, and you have to work." His image as a humorless guy who can't take a joke. "I thought that the Saturday Night Live with Billy Crystal as me was the funniest thing I ever saw ... And I thought the Prince Spaghe t_t:lt was .the"' cutest m the world. My lawyers and management are the ones who felt it should be stopped ... A of things get done without my knowledge because I'm in Minneapolis and they're where they are." His non-participation in the We Are the World taping. "I think I did my part in giving my song (to the album). I hope I did my part. I think I did the best thing I could do." His parents, who split when he was 10. "My mom's the wild side of me; she's like that all the time. My dad's real serene; it takes the music to get him going. My father and me, wer're one and the same He's a little sick, just like I am .; His poverty-stricken childhood. "We used to go to thatl McDonald's there. I didn't have any money, so I'd just stand outside there and smell stuff.. .I was very bitter when l was young. I was in secure and I'd attack anybody. I couldn't keep a girlfriend for two weeks. We'd argue about anything." At Tampa Marriott Westshore !< Tampa Bay Buccaneer fans on Marco Island located > will be gathering poolside at southwest Florida Gue s t s at the Tampa Marriott the cooko1:1t will s imply fill Westshore on Friday, August a registration form and drop 2iJ 30 from 4 p.m. to 7 p .J:Il. for a in the box. We'll have a draw...., Pre-Game Party and Cookout ing for the weekend trip to kickoff the Bucs-Redskins sometime during the party," game held in Tampa Stadium Scott said. later that night. Located on the corner "Our location is just perfect Westshore Boulevard and for people working downtown Cypress Street, the Tampa to stop before they head over Marriott West s hore is less to the stadium," says Mary than five minutes away from Scott, General Manager of the the stadium. The hotel also Marriot's Westshore property. just minutes away from Tam "People can come over right pa's main traffic artery and after work We're going to provides easy access from have a couple of rooms downtown Tampa, as well as available so people can change other parts of the tri-city area, out of their office attire into including St. Petersburg, more comfortable clothes, and Clearwater and lhe Gulf they can have something to eat Beaches. and drink and relax a little "We're \.hoping to make before they go to the game." these Pre-Game cookouts a The poolside Pre-Game regular during this foot Cookout is guaranteed to get ball season. We are host to Buc fans into the spirit of many of the visiting teams things. In addition to the free because our location is so changing rooms, the Marriott ideal. And we want to share 00 will be serving beer, hot dogs that the Buc fans. Why f'b and hamburgers for a "buc" a stand in a parking lot and par! piece, Scott stated. ty when just around the corner ; All those in attendance will you could sit and relax by the = be eligible to win an Escape Marriott's pool and enjoy c:: Weekend at the Marriott's some good food and fun"? ;: beautiful Marco Beach Resort Scott said. Natalie Cole, Martha R eeves AndEl DeBarge Are Guest Stars On Motown Revue Fishbone Video To Be c:: Included In Music Exposition Natalie Cole, Martha Reeves and El DeBarge guest star on the Friday, Aug. 30 (8-9 p.m. NYT), edition of NBCTV's music-variety series "The Motown Revue Starring GOTO JAMAICA $199 3 Days 2 Nights Call : 884-6734 Ask For: James Ransom \\, NATALIE COLE Smokey Robinson. The Pro gram is telecast in stereo, and airs locally on WXFLTV Channel 8. The show's host is singersongwriter Smokey The eclectic music of ColElton John), is a high-energy f whose hits include "Tears of a umbia recording artists piece that takes place all =Clown" and "Crust'n ', C of Fishbone has recently proven within the confines o one re c medians Arsenio Hall and to be an important inspiration tangular room with various George Solomon in the realm of creative video members of Fishbone conregulars. '' art. The video of the group's tinually appearing and disapOther highlights in the show first single, "Modern In-pearing The video also makes include: dustry", from their Fishbone use of a series -of special effects Cole singing "A Little Bit LP, has been chosen to appear including rear screen projec-oj Heaven." as part of a music video ex-tion, intermittent video C::omic vignettes by Robinposition at New York City's "noise," and a constantly son, including a portrayal of a Museum of Modern Art from moving list of broadcast sta television host taking September 6-30. The "Modern tions' call letters. a look at rock performers who Industry" video, conceived Another Fishbone song, destroy their instruments on and directed by David Hogan "Party At Ground Zero," has stage. (cr: videos for Diana Ross, served as the inspiration for A satire by Hall involving director Henry Selick, winner a major political figure. Art Exhibits of an American Film Institute Reeves singing "Jimmy (AFI) video concept competiMack," "Dancin' iit the Open Sept. 6 tion The contestants in this At USF competition chose one song from a list of 25 titles (including "Part y At Ground Zero'') to be used as the sub ject of their video concepts. > = =.. .... I f ::r 2502 N. Albany Three art exhibits will open Friday, Sept. 6 in the Univer sity of South Florida's Art Galleries. The exhibits to be shown are "Staged/Stages" featuring theatre stages and costumes, sculpture by USF Professor of art Ernest and a USF art department faculty show. Receptions for all three exhibits will be held concurrently frpm 7-9 p.m. Sept. 6 in each gallery. Out of 30 finalist more than half chose "Party At Ground Zero" to act as their theme. Winner Selick (who is known PRESENTS The. Gong Show SUNDA Y, .SEPT.lST 10 P.M. Actors -Singers -Dancers -Comedians Get Ready And Register Nowl Jst Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 'JOO '50 '25 _Friday, Happy Hour & Oyster Bar Streets" and "Come Get Them Memories. '' DeBarge singing his Top-10 hit "Whose Holding Donna Now?" Robinson s inging "Carib bean Queen" and, with his guest-stars, "Heat Wave," which was popularized in the 1960s by Reeves and her group, The Vandalas. Whatever You for his art direction on such videos as Rick Springfield's "Bop Till You Drop" and Duran Duran's "Wild Bo ys'') will now be funded by AFI to actually direct his idea for "Party At Ground Zero," Fishbone's next single and video. The filming is set to begin in late September. "0 C"l .... Need Cia. ssified Has lt. ...

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; e S > i IRAN RANDOLPH KINSEY illl_ ... S The Chargers Of The NFC !-< f The Tampa Bay Buccaneers record ordoes something spec once had one of 'the most tacular. feared defenses in all of footGooden, 20-years-old, is the ball. Over the past four years, most publicized player and the the quality and the performost dominating pitcher in the mance of that defense has game: of baseball today. Sun moved toward mediocracy. It day, he became the youngest appears that in the new era of pitcher in the history of Coach Leeman Bennett, the baseball to win 20 games, defense has reached an all time breaking the record of the im low. mortal Bob Feller. The victory It is not the fault of Coach raised his record to 20-3 and Bennett that the defense is in represented his 14th straight such sad shape. Last season, victory. the Bucs' pass rush was not Dwight was not his usual that hot. This year the loss of dominating self in winning premier defensive end Lee Roy game number twenty, buf he ; Selmon to a back injury has won. In six innings, he gave up killed what pass rush the Bucs two earned runs, walked one, did have. allowed six hits and orily All a team has to do is doustruck out four. That's pretty .c ble team nose guard David good for the average pitcher, "g: Logan and look for an occabut not Dwight. Gooden is the = sional blitz from Hugh Green. best. c: that tactic, quarterWell that should be all there backs will be able to play the is to about that Gooden Buccaneers wearing white tuxkid for a while. What else can edos You can expect the he accomplish. I don't know, young defensive backfield to but you can rest assured that get a serious workout. d b 'll On offense, the Bucs have any day that Goo en oy WI pop up and do something that proven they can put points on will send sportswriters scurr the board provided Steve DeBerg stays healthy. It is ing to write about. good that the team can put One other thing about points on the board because Dwight Gooden, even if he the Bucs strategy must be that never pitches another game all of the San Diegos Chargers. season long, he is the cinch They must outscore a team winner of the Cy Young because they will not be able to Award. If he keeps pitching stop the other team. the way he is pitching, who The Bucs have long been deserve s the 'Most Valuable concerned about their pass Player' Award, any more than rush from the left end posiMr. Gooden? .5 tion. Players have paraded to Wouldn't that be 't and from that position like a something? Dwight at age 21, = flock of birds. That is why winning both the Cy Young cS Booker Reese and Ron Award and the League's Most i Holmes were brought in. Valuable Player Award. It is .5 The Bucs corners are young possible and probable. c inexperienced and there is no depth in the line. The Bucs only is to design a "Grits Blitzs" defense similar to the kind the Atlanta Falcons play. sure though, fans can ex some wide open offensive s:--L-", but not too many vicJack Thompson is suspected to be backup to Steve OeBerg. Thompson lost the starting job last season because he played so poorly. So far this spring, he has not done anything to warrant making the teain, let alone being the quarterback. I can see the Bucs being 5-11 if DeBerg stays healthy. IT'S THAT GOODEN KID AGAIN EAGLES SAY THANKS Bobby Wilds, the president of the Tampa Eagles Youth football, would like to say thanks,. on behalf of his group, to all the people who helped to make his banquet a success on last Sunday. The affair was well attended, and it was quite an enjoyable afternoon. The organization wishes the con. tinued support of the program : throughout its football season which starts Sept. 14. The pro gram is currently serving about 250 children who are supported by the Tampa Eagles from the funds they raised. CHICAGO Professional sports are littered with Hall _, who achieved .. individual accom plishments but failed to play on a championship team. One is Ernie Banks of the Cubs, who toiled mostly for lasJ-place teams. Tony Esposito of the Black Hawks, one of the premier goaltenders in the NHL, never -could lead his team to a Stanley Cup championship. Pro football may have more than its share of players in this category' and one superstar, Walter Payton of the Bears, probably leads a list that also includes a former Bear, Gale Sayers, and 0. J. Simpson. Payton can lay claim to being the all-time leading rusher in the NFL. He has been in the Pro Bowl more times than he can remember; he has cracked numerous other offensive records in the NFL but has yet to capture the one prize that eludes him, a Super Bowl ring. "That's always been the goal. That is still the goal," said Payton, getting ready for his 11th pro season. Payton hadn't really come close until last year. The Bears William Andrews Set Despite Injury DALLAS Two weeks befoi:e l)e suffered a very serious knee injury Jast sum mer, Atlanta's William An dt:ews signed a with an $8 million annuity package that will pay him about $200.00 a year until age 70. The Falcons said recently they Andrews could return by October, but An drews says it's unlikely he could be back before 1986, if at all. "I hope they don't in clude me in their plans this year if they can have somebody else," Andrews said. I 248-t92t I AUTO INSURANCE UP TO 25% DISCOUNT "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4501 Nebraska WALTER PAYTON were muddled in mediocrity for Payton's first decade in pro football, although he racked up season after season of 1000 yards or more. Last year, the Bears sud denly found themselves on the threshold. They won their first NFC Central Division title, stunned the Redskins in the NFC semifinals and earned a right to meet the 49ers in the NFC title game. Payton was one step away from the; Super Bowl he so desperately wanted. But his dream was shattered as the Bears were shut out 23-0 by the eventual Super Bowl champions. ''Tomorrow is another day," was Payton's only quote after the game. "You could really feel for the team, but particularly for Walter," said Bears' coach Mike Ditka. "He wanted it so bad. But he's an inspiration for this team to climb the lad der and get back up one more step." Never has Payton done more for a team than he did in 1984. In addition to breaking Jim Brown's career mark and getting his customary 1684 yards, Payton had to work harder last year than in any pro season. He was coming off knee surgery and had to prove to skeptics could still rush at a time when most runningbacks were looking tow8fd their pension checks. Defensive linebacker Mike Singletary said Payton's ac complishments in practice serve as a motivation for the Bears. "Some guys could go in there and just run through their patterns and call it a day Not Walter. He's in there all the time, hitting hard, blocking, doing what it takes to win," Singletary said. "That is why this man is always going to be a winner." Rudy Hubbard Says '85 May Be His Final Se_ason TALLAHASSEE Rudy Hubbard said this may be his last year as football coach at Florida A&M and hinted that the school's new administration may seek some changes in athletic personnel. F AMU has a new president, Frederick Humphries, and an interim athletic director, Sterlin Adams. Both men worked at Tennessee State University before taking the Tallahassee posts. "There's a very strong possibility this could be my last year here," the coach told The Florida Times-Union in Thursday's editions. "We're in a new situation all around with a new administration and new leadership. I'm sure they have friends from where they worked before. I don't expect any loyalty.'' Hubbard has compiled a 79-41-3 record at FAMU. Meanwhile, boosters have formed a club to put the Rattlers financially strapped athletic programs on better COACH RUDY HUBBARD financial footing. The F AMU Corporate Booster Club is an endeavor designed to drum up financial support from the Tallahassee business community. Corporated. memberships will be sold for $500 each, and the businesses will get back about $900 Worth of benefits, including a block of season tickets. BEFORE ... _YOU VALUE YOUR INJURY ..... CONTACT FRED 1.. BUCKINE Do you get tired of reading f R f f A ftorney A f Law Persona/Injury & Wrongful Death former Belmont Heights little GLA SS leaguer who has made it big in Paid For By Medicaid FREE Consultation By Appointment the Major Leagues. You call: Evenings And Weekends know, the stat pitcher for the New York Mets. Well, Dr. L.A. Martinez 711 N. FLORIDA AVE. 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ZELMA L. BULMER Funeral services for Mrs. L. Bulmer of 3617 E. Lindell Ave., who passed away, Monday, 26, will be held, Thursday, August 29 at 11 A.M at Aikens Funeral Home, with Rev. J. H. Howell, officiating. Inter ment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Bulmer was a native of Lake City, Florida and a resident of Tam pa for the past 47 years. Sur vivors are: a husband, Mr. Ir vin W Bulmer; a daughter, Mrs. Marian Edgecombe of Miami; grandchildren, Mrs. Sherice Bennett and husband, Wallace, Ms. Donna Johnson, Ms. Mechele Johnson, Ms. Robyn Johnson, all of Miami; great granchildren, Shelbric Fuller, Terrence Johnson and David Johnson, all of Miami; aunts, Mrs Nora McCall, Mrs. Carolyn Favors and hus band, Bennie, and Mrs. Mar jorie Anderson and husband, Sledge, all of Tampa; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. Wednesday evening. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3617 E. Lindell Ave. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME.'' PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3;402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required Inexpensive As Desired PHONES : 24] -3 I 5 I or 24 7-3 1 52 BRYANT& MR. LOUIS MASSEY Funeral services for Mr. Louis Massey, 4014 W. Laurel Street, who passed August 22, will be held Wednesday at 1 P.M. from RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL with the Rev. Harry Nichols, of ficiating. Entombment will follow in Shady Grove Cemetery He was a member of Mt. Tabor M.B. Church, the Rev. T. J. James, pastor. He leaves to mourn his pass ing: a devoted wife, Mrs. An nie M. Massey; brother, Mr. S. B. Massey and wife of Clearwater; 2 sisters, Mrs. Dicie Hooks and husband and Mrs. Rosa Lee Mathis and husband of Atlanta, GA; brother-in-law, Mr. Buch Presley and wife; god children, Mrs. Betty Stanley, Wonda C. Presley, Joyce Joyner, Lori Shannon and Steve R. Davis; godsister, Mrs. Clemontine R. Davis and husband and a host of other relatives and friends. The re mains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Tues day. The funeral cortege will form at 4014 W. Laurel Street. Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williains Funeral Home). FUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS R11y Williams Funeral Home J4J7 N. Albany Ave. 253-3419 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" Alexander Monument Of Tampa MONUMENTS MARKERS GRANITE MARBLE BRONZE 253-6586 Funeral services for Mr. Wilton B. Sweeting, 4021 Grace Street, who passed August 24 in a local hospital, will be held Thursday at 3 P.M. from Greater Bethel Baptist Church with the pastor, Rev. Oscar Johnson officiating. Entombment will follow in Shady Grove Cemetery. Mr Sweeting was a lifetime resident of Tampa and a very active member of his church. He was Superinten dent of Sunday School, taught in Hillsborough County School System, member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and served honorable during World War 2. He leaves to mourn his passing: a devoted wife, Mrs. Daisy Sweeting; 2 daughters, Juliette D. and Wilnetta A.; a brother, James Jr.; a nephew, James 3rd; sisters-in-law, Naomi Sweeting, Matilda Howard, Willie M. Flaming, Juretha Thompson, Martha Ashley; brothers-in-law, Melvin Flem ing, Willie Howard, and Eimq, Ashley, and other sorrowing' relatives and friends. The re mains will repose at RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Wednesday. The funeral cor tege will form at 4021 Grace Street. Arrangements en trusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). ROGERS FUNERAL HOME PHONE 239-3101 Or 258-0764 4605 34th Street LADY ATTENDANT "WE GIVE THE BEST FOR LESS." Company Sales Consultant REMEMBER YOUR LOVED ONES WITH A MEMORIAL OF DISTINCTION. LET US HELP YOU WITH A MEMORIAL OF BEAUTY AND DURABILITY. WE ACCEPT-AMERICAN EXPRESS CARl>MASTER CARl> & VISA CARl> In memroy of my beloved husband, Brother King S. Rogers, Sr. who departed this life on August 27, 1981. You are gone, but you will never be forgotten. We think of you daily. Remember we love you, but God loves you best. Sadly missed by your wife: Mrs Elizabeth Rogers; daughters, Gail R., LaFreta P ., Annie R. Taylor; sons, King S. Rogers Jr. and William McAllister. Grand children and friends. The Rogers Family. IN MEMORIAM In memory of our loving mother, Mrs. Lena B. Brock, who departed this life, August 27, 1980. Gone, but never to be forgotten. You are very much loved. Sadly missed by us: The Brock, Scot lll'ld Sutton families. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my dear husband, Mr. Horace W. Savage, who departed this life, August 27, 1971. Gone, but not forgotten. Wife, Mrs. Jeanette F. and family. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Charlie Allen and Mrs. Evelyn Murray who passed on August 11, 1981; and August 25, 1980. Sadly missed by Elizabeth Belton, sister, and daughter and family. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET STANLEY J. HENRY 1954-1973 I let go and let God. In memory of my son who passed August 21, 1973. We will always love you. You_r : f a.mily: mother, Luvema; Luvator, Loretta, Carolyn brother, J9 .JJ.J1. '' NOTICES Mrs. Rhona George, 4416 Booker T. Drive Mr. Charlie Washington, 2105 E. Chelsea Rev. B. J. Lowry, Sr : 2602 W. Arch Mr. Lesley J. Miller, Sr., 2321 La Salle St. Mr Nathaniel Jenkins, 915 A Green St. Mr. Edgar P. Hamilton, Jr., 16 Armwood Road, Lake Placid, FL. Mrs. Elizabeth McKenzie, 1234 Burden Ct. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Mable B. Belin, 204 S. Fremont Ave. Mr Louis Massey, 4014 W. Laurel St. Mr. Wilton B. Sweeting, 4021 Grace St. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME Benny Barber, 304 E. Amelia Ave. Baby Boy Powell, 1909-31st Ave. #565 Elizabeth Peoples Miller, 1135 East Harrison Shirley A. White, 223 E. Broad Joe C. Daniel, 1810 E. 5th Ave. Anna Rowe, 1021 E. Scott St. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Baby Erika J. Bowers, 3313Vz E. Comanche Ave. Baby Warren E. Nunn, Jr., 1010 Kirkland Dr. Mrs, Vera Lee Williams, 1305 Fig Street Mrs. Zelma Bulmer 3617 Lindell Ave. Baby Willie B. Williams, Jr., 1718 N. Willow SHADY GROVE IIOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 and CEMETERY 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Compll'll' Uurial For > = c. lor! .. I = e =-= = Add fur un dot\ and add fur all ."itn it..._. J 11.111. / Our Business Is Service" CHARLES RELIFORD ------Phone: 248-6125 ..... O.wtiu

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.............................................................................................................. CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT __ PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Experienced Plasterers -Brand new 3/2, all 8 Assistant for WEDU. Ex"=d .. d Call 985-5820. HEAD TELLERS ameneties, carport, ch/a, 210 perienced in camera operaNCNB is in need of Head Tellers Selma. $46,900. HIGHLAND PINES 3 bedroom block home for sale. In brand new condition. 4509-24th Ave. ;;; tion, lighting, ESS, chyron P a r tt i me 111 for various locations. One to two A-Investment preferred. Call Personnel, $5:00/hour. IITI years Head Teller or Teller super-884-1046 253-2736 or send resume to: ings males. 253-2539 or visory experience required. Personnel Apply in person or send resume COUNTRY LIVING ISLAND HARBOUR REALTY 251-3478 .., to: MANGO AREA WEDU TV CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Linda Tolley An acre/quarter MOL. InFOR RENT c P.O. Box 4033 G t I All P O Box 25900 I d II ._ ____________ _. Tamp a, F 10 r 1 d a rea mcome potentia Tampa, FL 33602 c u es we nice wooded area, r 33677_4033 occupations. For information peace and quiet. For sale by are available. Call today, SECTION 8 APPROVED 2 bedroom apt for rent. Call 237-6985. EOE call: (312) 742-8620, ext. 339. cfS owner, $12,500. Good terms COMMISSIONER'S Experienced industrial NCNBNationaiBankoiFiorida 933-9157 or 621-4175. Ask for....., ___________ .._ AIDE Sandblasting irlplo Lorrie Underwood. 1 bedroom/1 bath efficiency I an spraying a must. Call EquoiOppot:lullllyf Y"' FHA HOMES apt., ale, kitchen appliances. Sa ary: $17,825.60 Ralph at 985-6061. Performs responsible adLow down payment. Small 1 week free rent. $140/month. ministrative and supportive AVON FOR SALE monthly payment. Quick oc1003V2 E. Emma St. Go by or duties in providing staff cupancy. Call for free in forcall 237-2537 Pre-Christmas special for a ....., ___________ .. assistance to the County ComYBOR CITY mataon. ROOMS 'FOR RENT limited time. Join Avon for missioner. Requires H.S. only $5.00. Call Now! HA"NDYMAN VETERANS Large furnished rooms with graduate or GED sup-238-7841 or 969-0206; leave 2/11512 Bird Ave., $11,000 VA 0 money down, no closburglar bar door, near Florida plemented by seven years of message, name, phone number cash or terms. Owner finance. cost. Fast occupancy. Free Avenue: Newly remodeled. progressively responsible exand address. Call Herman, 248-6111 days m drmation. Bathroom and kitchen perience in secretarial or para-1-------------1 or 248-6256, eves. OWN A HOME FOR LESS privileges. $45/week plus professional administrative acAMBITIOUS? TOM P. MARTINO, INC. THAN RENT $15.00 deposit required tivities. Three yearS of the ex-Have You Conslde_red A 2018 E. 7th Avenue 2 3 and 4 bedrooms, low 253-2539 or 229-2939. perience requirement must Career In Real Estate? down payment. Free informa1------------4 have included the performance No experience necessary. 3204 -24th Avenue tion SECTION 8 ONL Yl of responsible para-We will train you. Openings $200 DOWN/FHA TERMS WALT BREWER Large 3 bedroom 811 professional activities requiravailable now to complete our 3 bedroom block home(less REALTY E Conover. 237-1371. ing the exercising of indepenstaff. than rent). Move in today if 933-6621 1-----------.. dent judgement./ AAE BAy AREA MANAGERS you qualify! t----i----------f Apply by: August 30, 1985, INC. ISLAND HARBOUR REALTY CAL HOPKINS Hillsborough County Depart2107 E. Osborne Ave. AL LATTER FOR THESE GREAT ment of Employee Relations, Tampa, Fla. 33610 251-3478 VALUES AT 412 E. Street, Room Real Estate license required. 1-------------t 877-6771 or 248-6197 1003, Tampa, Florida 33602. 237_1866 3 BR's/2 baths, )!araJ.!l' 2 bedrooms/, bath, rangt SECTION 8 ONL Yl 1 bedroom home, 3214 Lindell. 237-1371. SECTION 8 ACCEPTED! 2 bedroom house, 3010 E. = CHI A, dining room, 2500 s11 and refrigerator included, ceil ft. and much more. Seller ing fans in living room. closing cost. by 410') $32,000, approx. $1,600 to Caracas, fenced-in front and back yards, stove and refrigerator furnished. $300/month plus $150' deposit. Call 238-9231; eves., 239-3406. < WANTED! DIRECTOR OF PUBLICATIONS (Assistant Director for Publications Mature, experienced janitorial personnel for the Greater Tampa/St. Pete areas. Positions open from maids/ janitors to supervision. Ex cellent pay and benefits. Full and part-time openings. Apply LaSalla St., then call Kirk m()ve in. Possible assumption. 885-7468, ofc ; DUPLEX IN SULPHUR SPRhome. INGS Mmiday-Friday between 3 pm & 6 pm at: ROYAL SERVICES 2907 N. Florida Ave. (Tampa) 273-9042 BARGAINS OF THE WEEK Country Living This side of Plant City. 3 bedrooms/2 baths, new roof, $45,000, down payment $500. Call today, Lorrie Under wood, Salesman, 621-4175 GARRETT REALTY 875-4865 The University of South Florida is accepting applica tions for the position of Director of Publications in the Of fice of Media Relations and Publications. This position is responsible for the management and day-to-day opera tions of the Publications Sec tion and serves as one of two assistant directors in the offlee. THERAPIST 11 Duties include, planning, In 24-hour Emergency and SEVEN SERVICES REALTY 626-7131 or 685-6204 Gordon Commee Real Estate Bkr. supervision of staff, overview Crisis Stabilization program. of editing, preparation of Requires master's Degree plus specifications, administration 2 years relevant post-graduate of printing, budgetary overwork experience in relevant sight, client relations, and area. Must be eligible for WE BUY HOMES assistance in development of licensure as a Mental Health AND LOTS policy. professional as defined by ANY CONDITION Minimum training and ex.-Florida Mental Act. Includes Grocery store and meat perience: BA orBS with jouradministrative, counseling and market w/3 additional apt. nalism, publications, English on-call responsibilities. rentals, 1001 E. Columbus or business administration as Apply: Hillsborough ComDr., $135,000. major areas of study, five munity Mental Health Center. 4-1 Br apts. plus business, years experience in editorial 5707 N. 22nd St.,Tampa. EOE $65,000 w/$20,000 down. and production management, Terms available. Also 3 extra a thorough knowledge of jourVOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR C-2 lots available. nalistic editorial practices, and Ill 3 BR's/1bath home, newly commercial printing practices, Air-Conditioning Specialist renovated, 402 W. Palm. techniques and methods. To provide vocational OJT Rent-to-buy. Prefer strong skills in writing, for useful inmates and to RESIDENTIAL LOTS editing proofreading, graphic maintain the air conditioning; Sell or will build to suit, design and print production as heaiing and ventilation and financing available w/good well as demonstratable superrefrigeration facilities of the credit. visory and budgetary exinstitution. Minimum 3 yrs. 2 BR/1 bath frame house-, perience. experience in the field and $250/month. Rent-to-buy. Salary range: high school diploma or GED. This one won't last. $21,110-$29,560. Send Vocational/technical training Corner 23rd St. & 28th Ave. resume, work samples and a can substitute for some exp. 2 lots, R-3 zoning, water & $32,900. One unit has 1 bedroom / 1 bath; other unit t---3-0_1_2_E_._C_A_R_A_C_A_S __ .. has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. 3 bedroom house with den, Good investment. fenced-in yard, stove and SEMINOLE HEIGHTS refrigerator furnished, carpet 2 bedrooms / 1 bath, family throughout, inside utilities, room. large house and lot near $325/month plus $150 park. House needs work done. deposit. 238-9231, or Buyer pays closing cost and 239-3406, evenings. owner will finance at $44,900. 1-----------.. BUILDING LOT Near the river in the heart of town, corner lot, high & dry. $49,900. Make offer. PALM RIVER 4 bedrooms, 1112 baths, family room, nice fenced yard on corner lot, $52,900. Possi ble assumption. Section 8 only. 2 bedroom home, 8015 N. lOth St. 237-1371. 3 bedroom/2 bath house for rent, or rent w/option to buy; fenced backyard, children and pels ok, $475 month plus deposit. Sulphur Spring area. 273-0886. DUPLEX IN HYDE PARK $55,oo0. One unit has 1 bedrom/1 bath, other unit has .. 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In refrigerator, air, carpet, good condition .. burglar bars, 415 Forest Ave., SIX ACRES IN Very clean. Call621-4166 after THONOTOSASSA 6. On SR 579, convenient to 1-4, high and dry, R-2 and AA. $72,000 will divide acreage. Owner financing. DUPLEX 2 bedroom/1 bath duplex with a l e, 8508 Elmer St., $325 per month plus deposit. Call 886-5006 or 685-7836. BOARDING HOME Sixteen rooms presently rented for $100 / month with 1-------------Furnished rooms for rent, potential for higher rent. Live 1216 12th Ave. Clean and in owners/managers quarters reasonable, refrigerator, cookclean as a pen. $110,000 Good ing facilities. 238_ 3244 investment. PutNumberl to work for you:" WEST TAMPA list of references to Bob Allen, Starting rate from $575.77 to sewer available. Owner Director of Media Relations $627.37 bi-weekly depending motivated. Terms available. '-J'IIIU" ;>o and Publications, ADM 264, upon additional exp. Mail NEW ON MARKET hill -21 University of South Florida, State of Florida application 4-1BR apt. houses, rent 3 bedroom house, rent w/option. Just remodeled. Nice neighborhood. Call 248-6256, eves. Section 8 ok. 1-ol Tarripa, Florida 33620. and/or resume to Personnel $230/month each. Reduced to A Bay Area Realty, Inc. 2 bedroom Townhouse near AppHcation deadline: Office, Hillsborough Correc. Owner motivated. 4508 N. Armenia Ave. public and private schools, September 11, 1985. tional Institution, P.O. Box Call Lisa Rugotzke, Realtor Tampa $255/month. 503 Warren St., An Equal Opportunity 878, Riverview, FL 33596 Assoc., 626-7131, eves. carpet, electric utilities. Nice ........... Em .. p l.oyer ........ ....... 6.8i9,-9 ................ .... .. .. ....... ..

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Another View t'!l ---------------CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-2 bedroom duplex apt. with a /c, $285 /month, utilities paid. 3216-48th St. 839-2842. Room for rent, utilities Concession Stand in pa,id. Employed male prefer-Laundromat-low rent. Call red. Call or John after 6:00pm, 237-6632. Quality Yard Man looking for yard work. Call Willie Barb, 238-2872; 582034th St. 247-3581. I furnished and 1 unfurnish1------------1 1705 MITCHELL AVE. Train for SAT (Scholastic ed 2 BR apt. for rent, jus t TALKS! House for rent. 873-3650. Aptitude Test), Verbal-Math remodeled. Call933-3147 after 1 and 2 apts for 1-----------..... with competent Professionals, 7 p.m. or 933-1455, days. rent, a / c. I & M Apt.s., 1002 Apt. for rent by week or I-9_7_I_-s_6_3_9. ___ -----1 1------------tLemon St. !58-5151. month. Call885-4519. MORTGAGE LOANS 3 bedroom hntTd in yard, central air & hlat. No Credit Check! 5706 E. 301h St. 626 386x. 2 bedroom / 1 bath hou s e 2 bedroom / 1 bath furnished Tony Muniz:, Jr. --------------lwith large shady lot, apt., $275 / month. 254-4931. Licensed Mig. Rkr. $250 / month. 932-2338. 6304 N. Nebraska Ave. 237-5011 Unfurnished 2 bdrm. House, 1215 Kay Street. Clean t------------1 503 E. FRANCES and reasonable. 238-3244. 1 bedroom apt., a / c heat, Apt. 3 __ ...., ________ -t $250 /month, $150 deposit. 1 bedroom apt. carpeted, 2 bedroom cement block Call Gary between 6 pm 10 $165 month. We buy Home s Any Condi tion. Any Area. apt. for rent, $185/month. pm, 879-5515. 2714 JEFFERSON 621-8151 after 5 p.m. 1------------t 1 bedroom apt., a/c, Tom P. Martino Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. 248-6111 Unfurnished 2 bedroom/! 190/month. Call 229-8765 1 bedroom apt., living and bath apt., $275/month, $150 ask for Leroy Smith. dining rooms. 237-8637. deposit, nice yard. 117Y2 S. We buy Homes and Lots -----------tWestland. Call 932-2338 or go .....,_M-IS_C_E_L_L_A_N_E_O_U_S_-1 For Cash. Furnished rooms and apts. _______ ANTHONY & Convenient location. Very PRIVATE INVESTORS ASSOCIATES nice. 228-9538. DUPLEX Will situa-North of Busch, newly only. REALTOR painted, w / w carpet, a l e, 6304 N. Nebraska 1 large 2 bedroom apart-fenced near s h 0 P pi n g I__ ,,J :"'d_a;;.ys_. _____ ;..:.. ___ _:2:,:3:,:7.:.-:5:0.:.1.:,1 ___ -l ment av-ailable. 254-3975. area. $300 a month plus #328 LOW INTEREST deposit, lease required. SecREEVES PlUMBING MORTGAGES 1 room for rent, 876-3303. lion 8 accepted. Call972-2513. CO., INC. Call UsWe Om Help! 2511 Beach St. Mature man. 238-4348 ACCURATE MORTGAGE Nice clean rooms for nil'e BROKER Washers/Dryers 145 clean working people. Com40 N. Florida Avenue. Unfurnished 1 BR apt., 2305-15th St. Clean and reasonable. 238-3244. Refrigerators/ Freezers pletely furnished anti all Call Alan, days, 963-0565; utilities paid. Please l'all Starting At Just nights, 963-1956. 254-3975. $ 5. 00 MONEY TO LEND MnrtJ.:aJ.:e Loans up to $15,000. '\o Credit Checks. 3 bedroom house and more, Ybor City, 2612-18th St. & Columbus Dr., $280/month or $75/week plus $280 deposit. 626-6562. Large furnished rooms for rent with kitchen facilities. Call 237-2808. WEST TAMPA Clean 1 bedroom duple:-., $50/week, $125 932-3077. HOTEL CALIFORNIA $40-$70 weekly. Has ceiling fans, game room, kitchen; 224-9722 3302 Florida Ave. 1st Week's Rent Free Service 238-6461 REWARD Tom P. Martino, Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. Ph: 248-6111 $5 $500 We Ruy Land Area. Call Herman, 248"6111 or For Your Junk Car eves. 248-6256. Free Pickup Tom P. Martino Inc. Realtor 2909 Jefferson St., 1 2 bedroom apt., $2iO a 6 26-6124 2018 E. 7th Ave. bedroom funished apt., elec-month. 1 bedroom 248-6111 tric included, $200 /month, $165 / month. 949-3551. II t------------1 deposit required, 6 month AUTOHOME-LIFE lease. 229-7133 or 251-3610. WEST TAMPA FAST CLAIM SERVICE Is It True You Can Ruy Jeeps for $44 through the U.S. Government? Get the facts to day! Call1-312-742-1142, Ext. 9924. 3 bedroom house, rent RATES FOR GOOD AND 1913-15th Ave. & 1205-12th Ave. w/option. Just re modeled, BAD DRIVING nice neighborhood. Call RECORDS 248-6256, eves. Section 8 ok. 2 bedroom unfurnisheci apts. just painted; $49/week, INSURANCE u hatl a \\a 1u rtci" "ithiu :' co $49 deposit. Call Mrs Minar di, days 253-8871 or nights/weekends, 253-3870. Furnished 1 bedroom apt. HAMILTON AGENCY would u't 11'! 11 for rent; 1 partly furnished 2 1720 North Nebraska Ave. answer ns. tlwn ,all apt. for rent. No 988-9579 and start tht hall kids or pets. 228-9115 PHONE: 229-1879 rolling 2 bedroom apt., w / w carpet, stove and refrigerator l-------------11 provided, 2915 N. Highland 2 bedrooin house for rent, Ave., $tOO fenced yard, carpet and panel deposit. 886-1954 or 9882114 ing. Call 239-1452. ROLLING HILLS APARTMENTS Brm. Apartments Town Homes Cable Available Families Welcome Ask About Our Special 621-7083 !T&W. IMMEDIATE RESULTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY !be,ynanw /TeNTu/zalidn-r au!ak o-r culeep. mi/'OtM a.oailabk Qv.e / 7mlit.fia0o/ 6'0-un.sdut_<; Bompkte rlJirth (frNttr" l J'er()ice r INCLUDING PAP SMEARS, VD SCREENING, ALL METHODS OF BIRTH CONTROL SOUTH TAMPA 251-0505 1302 s Dale Mabry Member of National Abortion Federation NORTH TAMPA 961-7907 14704 N Florida Ave. Formerly Tampa C o un sehng and Abo rtio n 00 (Continued From Page 5) """ That is one reason why a jury is usually highly s creened > The composition of a jury c: depends largely on what the nature of the charge s are ; who 2ii i s being tried; and,where the -l trial is being held. In some cases, a jury may be dominated by women, in some '-0 oc Ul by men, in some by older peapie and in some by younger people It depend s upon the expected verdict. Was Billy Ferry in sane that night he firebombed a Winn Dixie Store ? The question is whether or not Billy Ferry i s insane now? If the ans wer i s yes to both questions, should he be spared sentencing? I wonder what happens to a person_, that drives them to the pomt that they want to kill and dest t oy. Is there that much mental illness? Can a person really arrive at that point? And could I get mad enough to kill somebody? Would I be insane? I rest my case Klansman Spared MONTGOMERY, Ala = Ill = ; -' = 5. ; The Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has over turned the death penalty im""= posed on Ku Klux Klan 2:; member Henry Francis Hays, ;; convicted of killing a black f teenager and leaving the body c. hanging in a tree. The court ruled 3 to 2 that the trial judge lacked authority to impose the death ., ................ after the jury's verdict c for life in prison. The dis senting justices said the conviction should be tos out. .AIKENS FUNERAL HOMIE' Cor. Ruffalo An & 281h Sl. 232-8725 I -We're The Key To Fine Service NOTICE OF INTENTION ="' TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME ::; Notice is hereby given that Q. the undersigned Ernest and ; Lucy Mills, Booker T. and Cecelia Fields, Walter and Bell Watts, and Ronnie and Jackie Graham, intend to register fictitious trade name, The Club with the Clerk. of the cuit of County Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, that the undersigned intends engage in the business Automotive and Parts Shop at 1718-'26th Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605. Dated this 27th Day August, 1985. Solves all life' problems. Answers all your queslicms Madame Ann can and "ill help Resulls t llhtr-i Uaw Failed 6025 ; N. Dale Mabry Z o-i I Kit... Olllifl,buruul(h ....:: .. .. ...... 81i' '>I 'l,j CL .lll & 50th St.

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.. ........ .. .............. .... ...... .... .... .. ...................... .. Gooden On Path Of Becoming ing in age 30-20. The Soddens ;;J reside in San Diego. tral Ave., and a number of those he asked about and long since passed away. Gre atest Pitcher Of All Time While in Tampa, Bodden will also spend time with two other sisters who reside here Betty Gray and Harriett HarQ ris -and other family members. ;;J He has been surprised E-4 -= = = c; I -... "'CS = <
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Man And Arrested Attacking For Robbing The Elderly According to. police spokesman Johnny Barker, 20-yeat-old George Boyer, at large address, was arrested Saturday night and charged with burglarizing the home of 63-year-old Joseph Jiminez, on E. 22nd St. Boyer was nabbed after Jiminez shot him once in the right thigh with a .32 caliber revolver, during the burglary attempt. The suspect was taken to Tampa General Hospital, Barker explained, but is now housed in the Hillsborough County Jail. According to Barker, Boyer has also been charged in a war rant with another burglary. According to police reports, Jiminez discovered the burglar in his home at 7 p.m. Saturday night, attempting to steal a Video Cassette Recorder. The elderly man fired three shots at Park-Goers Anger Delane Bellamy lives at 911 W Cypress, just down the street from Riverfront Park. BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer On August 22, he celebrated plained. "There are quite a his first year anniversary of few retired and elderly people living in the first house which living in this neighborhood." he is buying. Bellamy stated, "Our bigBut the picture isn't all gest complaint is that from 3 rosey. There is a major proto 9 p.m ., we can't get to our blem which Bellamy and his parking spot near our homes neighbors are preparing to because they're taken by the take action against. crowds of people going to On Sunday afternoons, up Riverfront Park.". until late at night, the parkHe added, ''For the past goers choose to park t heir cars four Sunday s it has been hec in front of the homes on W. tic. Beer bottles have been Cypress, thereby preventing thrown all over the and the home owners access to the young people have been their own property. speed racing down the street. "Where I live there is a "They h ave no respect for radius of 12 or 13 homes the elderly people." Bellamy which are mostly affected by pointed out that one unknown the traf fic going to the park," person drew a gun on him the resident exrecently when he asked him to the suspect. Barker stated that a series of burglaries of elderly people's homes has occurred in the area bounded by Chelsea St on the North, Columbus Dr. on the South, Nebraska Ave. on the West, and 15th St. on the East. The ages have ranged from 63 to 87. Police are questioning other suspects in connection with the crimes. Residents move his car, and another elderly resident was threatened with physical abuse. "We are trying to build our community," the young man stated, and quickly added that he isn't complaining about.._the young people hanging re. members when he use to do it. But he objects to their disrespect for the community. "I didn't realize it would get this rough," he admitted "It has been going on for two years. It is not getting better." According to Bellamy, the neighbors are seeking infor mation from the city and from the Police Department on what to do to correct this pro blem. "We want a little relief from the cars," he explained, ad ding that he hopes a city orE. 7th Ave. FRIDAY & SUNDAY NIGHTS VIDEO. & DISCO SUNDAY NJGHT MAL.E REVUE With King Flirt LADIES ONLY-. 9-11 TUESDAY NIGHT I..ADIES NIGHT LOTS OF FREE CHAMPAGNE WEDNESDAy NIGHT & WEDNESDAy I SEPT. 4 CRAB PARTY :__ GONG SHOW ALL ACTION STARTS AT 9 'b CLOCK D.J. RANDY MII.I.ER IS BACK AT THi THRII.I.ER. Lesley J. Miller, Sr., Noted Union Leader, Dies Lesley J. Miller, Sr. well. known union leader and gospel singer, died Saturday, August 24th at a local hospital in Tampa. He was 82-yearsold. Miller was a long time resi dent of Tampa, having retired from City ServiCe Chemical Plant (now Gardinier) after 35 years of devoted service. He was a member of Local Union #139, AFL-CIO. He attended many union workshops arid learning throughout the nation, and received many awards and honors for his diligent efforts. He received his Union Degree in Stewart Le!ldership from Lake Junaluskie Union School in North Carolina. Miller organized and sang with many gospel groups, but was best known for his long time association with the Florida Airs. He was recruited by world reknown gospel groups Pilgrim Travelers and the Swann Silver Tones. Born in Lawty, Florida on dinance or code could be established for that area to prevent the pinking. "We need somebody to try and control the area, Bellamy stated. LESLEY J. MILLER December 2, 1902, Mr. Miller attended public schools in that city. He moved to Tampa in 1920. He was a member of Prince Hall F&AM Masons, New Salem P .B. Church where the Rev. Howard is Pastor and Lily White Association, Mr Mitchell President. Mr. Miller is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 48 years, Mrs. Shaddie Miller; 2 daughters, Barbara Turner and husband, Albert, and Anne GoodenWilliams and husband, Vincent; son, Lesley jr. "Les" Miller, Jr. and wife, Gwendolyn. Funeral arrangements by Wilson's Funeral Home will be announced later. 32, Fear not that thy life shall come to an end, 77, 55. but rather fear shall never have a beginning. 62, EMPIRE PAINTS 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up LATEX PAINT. .... $3.49 OUTSIDE .. $7.49 ROLLER PAN SET ..... ........... $1.99 Ea. ....................... 99 Eo SAlE P-RICES GOOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!!! 00 = ; !!. I = E. ;; > = c. ::::!. I --

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