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Drawing Date Set One Do j (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) All The 35 r .; FLORIDA entinel j ullehn I News Fit To Print AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY .......... 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday' VOL. 40 NO. 79 TAMPA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS Blacks Stay Dry During Storm W -. ... Man Killed Over Card Game RETIRED TEACHER RECEIVES ROSES ON BIRTHDAY Pi lob Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc recently Installed officers at Sharon's Restaurant. Afterwards, they were joined byguests for dinner. One of the guests, Mrs. Cor nette W. Mills, a retired teacher, was a birthday, and pleasantly surprised when she was presented red roses and a c ... d from her husband, Lucius R. Mills, right, a retired Hillsborough County principal. Assisting with the presentation was Dr. James L. Green, left. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23) CURTIS WILDS WEDS LEROY PORTER The wedding ceremony of Curtis J. Wilds and Leroy t Jr was Saturday afternoon in Greater Mount Carmel A.M.E. Church. The Rev. Calvin WiiHams officiated. Parents of the bride are Mrs. Bertha M. Miller and the late Mr. Willie C; Miller, Sr. The groom is the son of :: Mr. Leroy Porter, Sr. and the late Mrs. Bernice Porter. The couple will make home in Texas.

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Minority Students Assist In Medical Research At USF Hopes To Raise Awareness Of Grandparents Day f .Clarence Lee, Jerry Burgess, Dr. Marvin T. WUUams, Kimberly Anderson, Angela Wright, and Alison Anderson work in a researeh lab in the USF College of Medicine. Five Hillsborough County high school students have spent the summer assisting in ..: research labs ,at the USF College of Medicine. The = Minority High School Ap prentice Program, the National Institute of I Health, awarded each of the students $1500 to work with c USF medical researchers for eight weeks, with the goal of 'g interesting these students in < major. Jerry Burgess, also from Jefferson, cultured and har vested cells under sterile con ditions in studies of glucocor ticid receptors with John Hackney, Ph.D Burgess will major in pharmacy at Florida A&M. Kimberly Anderson, a Chamberlain High School graduate will attend Howard University in Washington, D.C., where she will take pre medical courses. She worked isolating rabbit ovarian surSuper low price from Rentocolor NO h ic::kMn extras !' NO security deposit NO installation fee NO long term commitment 1 NO charges for ports or repotn &osed on o monthty rote of $21 .60 Rentocolor l.ading bronds ovoilobfe in 13". 19 ond 2S TV Kr .. n For fast deliv.,y ond instoltotion call h!llacolor NOw-CALL (813) 876-9495 .2620 E. 7th Ave. face cells under Santo Nicosia, Ph.D. Angela Wright, a Jefferson graduate, will enter USF this fall and plans an engineering major. She worked with Joseph Cory, Ph.D. in assaying ribonucleotide reduc tase activity in special cells Alison Anderson a senior at Chamberlain. She looked at chemical treatments that may inhibit the activity of car cinogens in the body research project Williams. FRIDAY & SUNDAY NIGHTS VIDEO & DISCO SUNDAY NIGHT MALE RE VUE With King Flirt LADIES ONLY -9-11 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES NIGHT LOTS OF FREE CHAMPAGNE All ACTION STARTS AT 9 '0 CLOCK D.J. RANDY MILLER IS BACK AT THE THRILLER. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor It was in the late 70s that Congress agreed to pass legislation that would honor grandparents in this nation. It was decided that the Sunday following Labor Day would be designated as "Grandparents Day." There are days that honor mother, father, and children (although not much emphasis is placed on Children's Day), but before legislation passed after much lobbying there was no day that honored the elderly as grandparents. Many of today's elderly may not themselves be grand parents, says one member of a local organization backing Grandparents Day, but they have or had grandparents. Celebrations for Grand parents Day have not caught on like those for Mother's and Father's Day, but in time, to day's elderly believe, it too will get the recognition it deserves To make the Tampa community more about .Orandparents Day, the United Senior Americans In Action of Tampa will sponsor a program on Gr Day, Sunday, Sept. 8. According to Benjami Cutler, a member of United Senior Americans, Sunday's celebration is fourth for the Tampa bay area. Services in honor of this day have been held in downtown churches so they would be centrally located to the community. However, Cutler is hopeful that ---.. churches will eventually host the services. He added that this is an opportunity for the religious community and senior citizens to come together. Services this Sunday will be held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 509 N. Florida Ave. (at Twiggs St.). The guest speaker will be Senator Pat Frank Dr. C. C. Carlman of the Caribbean World Mission will also be a program participant. Services begin at 2:45 p. m. and the theme is "Our Roots In Love." Cutler and members of the organization invite the public to attend this service that honors Grandparents Day NEED HoiV\E REPAIRED Wapt Your Bills & Mortgage Paid Off .WE DO ANY KIND OF WORK LARGE OR SMAtl ADD A ROOM ROOFING FLOORS, WINDOWS FENCE, PLUMBING ELECTRIC, ANY KIND OF REMODELING Pay Only One Small Monthly Payment CALL TONY VECCHIO 258-6161 T&M BUILDERS-2104 E. 7th AVE ACROSS FROM COLUMaJA RESTAURANT 5210 Florida Ave. 239-3400 FOOD STAMPS ACCEPTED (Next To Post Office) Seminole Heights Cheapest Party Trays In Town! SPECIALS -20Z.. '5.99 12-70Z.. BEEF PAniES DELMONICO STEAKS 24-40Z.. 17.99 S'LBS. GARCIA PEPPER STEAKS SMOI.CED SAUSAGE SLBS. '4.69 20-40Z.. CHICKEN WINGS RIBEYE STEAKS '7.99 5 1.11$. MIXED CUT PORK CHOPS ALL FAMILY SPECIAL 12 7'0Z T -BONES OR DELMONICO STEAKS 165 OZ. HAMBURGER STEAKS 5 LB. CHICKEN '16 '8.79 '15.79 '9.49 5 LB. SMOKE SAUSAGES $ 3 59 OR HOTDOGS 2 LBS. GROUND BEEF

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.............. Proposal May Deny Consumers Deadline Sept. 7 To Access To Redfish And Trout Apply For $1 Houses < Fridays arid Saturdays are the days mostly set aside to enyour favorite seafood. However, if your favorite is redfish or trout, you may soon have to find a substitute. According to Ernie Mirabella, regional vice presi dent of the Fish Consumers Association, an attempt is be ing made by the Florida Marine Fisheries Commission and its chairman, George Barley, to make trout and red fish a game fish, which would mean that it would not be available to consumers only sport fishing community. Mirabella explained that "Elton Gissendanner of the Florida Dept: of Natural Resources has called for pro hibiting all nets except for shrimp and bait. Alex Jernigan, a member of the Federal Fishery Management Council from Islamorada, has BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor called for tnaking all the Gulf of Mexico ganM'f.Slt and removing them from commerce." Mirabella contends tllitt the "seafood industry desetves a share of the commonly-owned marine resource as we are the one providing the consumers with their share. Marine pro tein is irnportant to millions of consumers' diets," he added, but if the commercial fisher man is prohibited from harvesting a portion of the marine resources, all seafood restaurants and retail and wholesale seafood markets will be harmed : Mirabella also stated that according to estimates by the Marine Fisheries Commission, the commercial industry,_the direct line to the consumers, only receive_s about 4;00/o of all trout and redfish landed in Florida waters. The commis sion is "unaware that the ma Tatconsumer of trout and red fisll :is in the black community and the blue collar worker. This group of people have pr eferred and survived on these two species of fish most of thier lives," Mirabella stated. Mirabella is concerned because most consumers are not aware that the commis sion, which consists of seven members (two commercial fishermen; two scientists, two sport fishermen and the chair man, a developer), is propa;s ing legislation that would take redfish and trout off the table. He adds that ''the consumers are not being treated fairly" because they have not been notified as to what is happenImagine getting your first home for one dollar! No money down and no mortgage payments. That dream could become a reality for some eligible ap plicants Sept. 23 when the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners holds a drawing for houses available under the Urban Homesteading Program. "Ten or more names will be drawn for houses that are now available or will become available duting the year," said Nancy Woodard ; Com munity and Economic De-velopment, ; Urban Homesteading : co'Qrdinator. ''There are requirements for drawing and interested people need to apply right away through the Housing Assistance Section of this office," she explained. Anyone that is needs to apply before Sept. at Housing Assistance. The house drawing will be Sept. at 3 p.m. in Room 214-B, Courthouse Board Room. houses to be given away will be purchased with U.S. Depart ment of Housing & Urban Development funding. The Urban Homestead Program provides nnrPrunlrPc1 abandoned houses to homesteaders in exchange for commitments to repair, oc cupy and maintain the proper ty. The program enables ren ters to become homeowners, and at' : the same time revitalizes neighborhoods, ac cording to WoQdard. For more information about the Homestead Program contact Paulette Scannell, Rehabilitation Counselor, at 623-2881. riJ f:'!!l = f:'!!l .... Tamp an Make Tampa Has Desire: T o For Production, A Market Recording Her: : Inquisitiveness A Career In Court BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Led To Reporting ::a ::a f'D I = e. It's often said that Tampa is full of untapped talent. Some would even be surprised at the variety of talent that his hid den within this city. Among those talented unknowns is Eric V. Myers, a young Tampa nafive and graduate of Jeffer son High School. Myers, founder of Sneek Studio Productions, Inc is talented in the field of music. He plays guitar, bass, drums and is a vocalist. Although a young man, Myers is deter mined to establish a market for production in the bay area. "Everybody knows that there is talent in Tampa," he says. "And we also know that everybody who wants to make it in the market leaves Tampa because they believe there is no market here to carry them for ward. I want to make sure we can do some of the same kinds of things here that are already being done in New York, California and other areas," he says. In his studio, located in east Tampa, Myers has all the equipment necessary to pro duce and record. His most re cent production is a jingle to the tune of "We Are The World" for a mayoral can didate in MiamL It is a beautiful jingle. Myers, a 13-year employee BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor ERIC V. MYERS of Kash 'N has been ac tively increasing his interest in music over the last eight years. It was about six years ago that he purchased his first piece of musical equipment and has been adding to that collection to complete his studio. Even though it's not com pleted to the point that he wants it, Myers still can pro duce and record jingles, demos for bands or groups and his sound system is used for several local concerts. He has done some demos for several gospel groups in the area. Those who are familiar with musical equipment wc;>uld., Certified Public Accountant Y2 Years Work Experience With IRS Deli;,quent Tax Return IRS Representation On Audit And Collection Problems Computerized Accounting Service Management Consultation Preparation Of Loon Packages HOWARD McKNIGHT 1936 I. Hillsborough Ave. (Tampa] 237-4496 -----------------------------know about the digital delays, noise compressors and mixing According to 20-year-old tables that he has in the studio, Linda Anders6n, "I'm just which is setup like any other plain nosey." studio. Well aren't we all. But how Myers, the son of Mrs. Ella many of us channel our energy Myers and Randolph Myers, toward t!arning money at bepraises the support he has goting nosey. ten from both his parents and has figured out a others close to him in his way. Tliis month, she will business venture. 'c amplete her two year training LINDA ANDERSON "Straight music is no longer as a Court Reporter in accepted," Myers said while Hillsborough County. The on the elec : Tampa is attending the tronic equipment he has Bay Area Academy of "Everything is electronic now Business:' Business is the best place to and it's no longer necessary to "It's an interesting field," learn about Court Reporting use many of, the instruments she stated. get tc;>. know a because th.ey specialize in it," once used. There are other lot of what's going on in the she added .. means (electronic) that can be community." According to Anderson, she used, yet you'll get the feeling The young Progress Village expects to start out making apyou want," he states. resident e"plained that Court proximately $30,000 if she reBasically a private and Reporters are usually asked to mains in Tampa. reserved young man, Myers work in different .capacities, "You can really make as said "it's now time for a wherever depositi,ans are much as you want to make," change." There are some taken. she stated. positive things that he is doing But tbe East Bay High "My plans are to start out in in the community that he'd School graduate maintains, "I Tampa because I am more like for others to know about. want tobe in the courtroom." familiar with this area, then I Myers is also a photograpby Her training included learn-will venture out" to other buff and in the rear of his ing both medical and legal cities. c: : musical studio is a term&, slang, and parliamenCourt Reportmg ts an open photography studio, also with tary procedure. There is also field. To many young people all the necessary equipment. an internship perfod, which who have never ''I've been interested in will help Anderson sharpen such a career, Anderson offers photography for at least 10 her classroom skills. this advise: year&," he stated. With his "):'Qu need to have a wide "Study hard to attain your. various cameras and lens, he's range of vocabulary, and you speed," she said. : .once 'to do photographs of. need to know a little bit' about you're in the courtroom, know weddings, bands, singing ::; everything," she "But what you're doing and We ather Report most important is English and give your opinions. : granimar. You must be up to "Also," Anderson confljP' 1L par or you can't do it." tinued, "carry yourself profes-Today -Partly Technical skills include besionally and be easy going -cloudy and warm with ing able to type a least 225 don't let it (the testimony) get scattered afternoon with a 9711fo to you, you have to keep your thundershowers. High accurctcy cool." "Th..e:Bay Area Academy of The young woman whose 90, low 75. hobbies include reading, W d d P t g roups, fashion shows in his e nes ay --ar -swimming, and going to the I I d studio 0r on location. y c oudy an warm "I'm atways involved in movies concluded, "I am Wl.th scattered thunder-excitied about starting my he says. "I'm f'D ; > ::a Q. .. I f'D -showers, high 89, low -1 If b career. It is a great field to be trying to bm d myse a ase to in, the money is good, and you "tl 76 grow on and do some of the Thursday Con-things I'd like to do. As long to know a 1?t of as I have the desireand pursue t mgs concernmg t e eg t"'1 tinued partly cloudy those desires and a ; belief in part of society., -1 and warm, high 91, God all th __ .n _gs will come," he The latter part, she stated, := low 76. will come in handy in life. ......................................................

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USPS 202 140 Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin Publishing Co. 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 Mail all Correspondence. To: P. 0. Box 3363, Tompo, Fl. 33601 Member of national Newspaper t'uttsr1ers olgomated Publishers, Inc ., New CYRIL 8L YTHI ANDREWS 1901-1977 Founder C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. President and Publisher SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS Generoi.Monoger GWENDOLYN HAYES .Managing Editor ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Society Editor ; BETTY DAWKINS General Ad"frtising Director C. BLnHE Ill, Circulation Manager CAMILLE WILLIAMS Office Manager SIMON JOHNSON AYELINO CASEUAS RAMOS Production Directors Second Closs Postage Paid At Tampa, Florida SUBSCRIPTION RATES $31 P.er Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. .. PHONE: 248-1921 .. .. Those Serious Questions About The MOVE Bombing Labor Day: The Oppressed Worker In America struggle of the American worker to organize. According to some worker. And to this very day, the struale continues. The recent disclosure that a military explosive was added to the original charge that was dropped on the .c::1 MOVE house in Philadelphia that resulted in the j destruction of over 270 homes and the loss o f 11 lives raises some serious questions about the very nature of that police operation. Little do we think of the meaning of yesterday's holiday beyond a day off from work; a time to celebrate and perhaps have an outing with the family. However, even if one is not Black, it bears looking back; more realistically, at the struggle of the American worker to gain his rightful share of the goods and services produced and distributed over the population of this nation. HJstory reveals a beaten and brutish path for the American worker. For Black worken, the path bas been very with its genesis embedded in human bondage. Slavery was just a chapter in the overall drama surrounding the philosophers, the whole history of human events has been around struggles of the world's workers. The philosopher, Karl Marx, ex pressed clearly over a century ago "Workers of the world "revolt", you have nothing to lose but your chains." Here in America, every movement wbicb says anything about Black has, in reality, been a stOiule rooted in labor. The AboHtionist Movement, the Civil Rights Movement, and the Black Power Movement have all been struales. rooted in the problems of the Consider any age, if you will, and statistics will show the Black worker twice as unemployed as others. And we find Labor Day a day of celebration? Today in South Africa, the struale, in reality, Is a labor struale. Critical to the problems in South Africa is the disparity in wages paid to the Black South African compared to his white counterpart. Whites Dutke five times more than Blacks in wages. Progress in this area is critical to resolving the overall problem of apartheid in that country. I One could readily suspect that police feelings toward MOVE were very bitter due to a policeman ,: being killed and several others along with some Social arrangements such as segregation and apartheid institutionalized primarily -a firemen being wounded in a previous confrontation with the group. The impatience of the assault and the questionable tactics that were used along w_ith the unusual tactic letting the MOVE house and hundreds near it go up to in flames raises the question whether the safety of Philadelphia's citizenry was more important than CHILD WATCH the expressed purpose o carrying out raci discrimination against t _,. Marian Wriga.t Edelman Black worker. ".., the possibility of authorities revenging themselves on -a MOVE. Teenagers Talk About Their 'Toughest Problem' Tbe strange thing about the struggle of labor is that no poHtical or economic system guarantees worker progress. Whatever the system, the gains The commission investigating the confrontation "One of the toughest profood and clothing and love of labor are obtained by blems for a teenager to face is and guidance." struale. To be frank, the should ask the above question. Revenge should not cf be a motive of law enforcement professionals. If c::1 that were the case in Philadelphia, then the i perpetrators should be severly punished. the dilemma of teenage But many youngsters do not bloodiest conflicts workers pregnancy. There are several receive enough guidance from have bad to endure have been options available, such as their own 'f ,arents, at least on in so-called democratic, free abortion or adoption, but no the sensitive spbject of sex and enterprise societies. The easy answer. Many times the its risks. "Parents have a system bas been irrel'lent. problem is hushed up and peo-tendency to lay back and let From the Bacon Rebellion to ple do not really deal with the the school do all the the violent conflicts in the 1 MARRIAGE ] LICENSES G issues .... teaching," notes Clara American 60s, labor bas bad These words bring us a Singleton of Queens. to militantly express itself to perspective on the teen Sex education in the schools obtain its rightful share of the pregnancy problem that we do must help fl.ll the knowledge wealth Gent Lee Godfrey, Jr., 22, Palkovic Devargo not hear often enough: that of gap the teens agree "When America's history reveals Ft. Leonardwood, Missouri, McDonald, 35, Tampa, and the teens themselves. They teens talk with their peers, perhaps the most sadistic and ...... Zulema Denise Lewis, lO, Willie Lee Konners, 37, Tamwere written by Jennifer Corgw'ded by a teacher they can ,._ brutal acts the world has ever 'falilpa. pa. bet, a teenager from Staten find out the real facts ... says witnessed against humanity in Otis Wiains, 62, Tampa, Anthony Curtis Bivins, 29, Island, New York, who recent' Jennifer Corbet. But sex a labor struggle. The .. .. :uLI and Betty Brown, 52, Tampa. Tampa, and Pamela Deianne ly won a city-wide essay coneducation classes should start happened in 191i in Will Edward WUHams, 32, Taylor, 23, Tampa. test sponsored by Rep. Robert earlier as early as elemenColorado. It was called the Clearwater, and Aurora IJoyd Richard Harris, 39, Garcia (D. NY). The teenagers tary school to be effective, Ludlow Massacre. Loretta Courtney, 35, ClearTampa, and Carmen Mirian were asked: "What can we do comment Bruce Green and water. Bermudez, 35, Tampa. about teen pregnancy?" Estella Williams of Manhat-John D. Rockefeller owned Keith Smith, 28, Tampa, Serilus Fleurissaint, 32, The teenagets' replies, five tan. a mining company in the town and Marnita Ann Garrett, 23, Tampa, and MacbeHe Paula of which were reprinted in the of Ludlow, and a strike Tampa. Austin, 23, Tampa. Congressional Record, give us The teens also suggest some developed over union Charlton EUgene Johnson, David Michael Wynn, Z4, valuable insights into both the new efforts that they think recognition. Thousands 28, Tampa, and Arnita Grace Tampa, and FJeassia Arden causes and potential cures for would help prevent many teen workers left the country and Johnson, 26, Tampa. Brinson, lO, Tampa. the teen pregnancy problem. pregnancies. Teenager Corbet set up family tents nearby. To Abraham Vada Jones, 23, Willie Lemons, Jr., 22, The single largest consuggests more counseling break the strike, state troops Tampa, and Sbavon Alida Tampa, and Wanda Regina tributor to teen pregnancy is were called in by company Oliver, lO, Tampa. Wright, 23, Tampa. ignorance about sex and its acofficials Without warning, William Ware, 55, Tampa, Jeffrey Allen Grant, 19, companying responsibilities, uality and parenthood can sort the troops with rifle and and Janet Ann Jones, 51, Tampa, and SbeUa Yolanda the young authors agree. And out their feelings. Deborah machine gun fire sprayed the Tampa. Jackson, 19, Tampa. "an uniformed teenager is a Fleming would like to see workers' tents, and set them AI M Carl J clinics in the schools "where a Kenneth James Owens, 25, onzo essao ton, r ., potential uninformed parent," afrre. Thirty-three men and Tampa, and A. Jean Tucker, 39, Lakeland, and Michele Lee Jennifer Corber points out. social worker can relate to women and children died in 35, Tampa. Lawler, 2.4, Watertown, N.Y. "I doubt if many young teens effectively" Clara the aftermath. This was one of James Holley Kyles, 39, Almanus Nathan Booker, people think of themselves as Singleton thinks that we as a the darkest chapters in the Ql'. Tampa, and Jerusha Cordelia Jr., 24, Tampa, and Gloria parents, think of the enorsociety "must help teenagers history of the American Labor ;;J McKinley, 41, Tampa. Jeanne Burnett, 29, Tampa. mous responsibility,'' find meaning, direction and Movement Perhaps Labor 0 self-esteem." ""' Randall Milford Jordan, 38, Henry James Jacobs, 29, observes Bruce Green of Day should be a day of comTampa, and Sylvia Eileen Tampa, and Irma Jean Brooklyn, New York. Perhaps the most valuable memoration rather than a Tampa. Cham ben, 29, Tampa. "Children need shelter and (Continued On Page 21) holiday for celebration .................................................................................................. ..

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Beyond, "Situation Sticky" Well, it finally happened. The Reagan Administration has opted to play its "Ace in the Hole." That is, blaming the situation or part of the situation in South Africa on the Russians. That is, further, to public that the Soviet Union js :wa:Hing':1to pounc ,e" upon South Africa. That is: to go farther 'than that, to s ay that a resolution or agreement with the United States and South Africa cannot be resolved or agreed upon until the Kremlin and its government, the KGB, settle down : In other words, our present administration cannot and will not be making a viable decision as to how to "penalize" South Africa for its racist animal behavior con cerning human rights. No, we can't claim that South is violating anyboQ.y's civiL rights. And,.,. nobody nat eve n t ry it ., Besides, ,1,after watching "Nightline" with Ted Koppel the other night, I am convinc ed. I am convinced that the situation is beyond, "Situa tion Sticky." On this episode, Ted Koppel showed us that he is convinced, too, that what is HER VIEW Our Children Need Role Models happening in $eutl) Abica today, happened to. some 20 years ago during;_the leader ship of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Right here in America. "Nightline," in pretty good taste (as well as can be expected, anyway), reminded us of the hoses that were used on us in Alabama, it reviewed, then, the attitudes of Governor George Wallace, Lt. Governor Lester Maddox, _,-some parents' reaction, vehe ment reactions, when they learned that school integration was amidst, etc. Et cetera. Naw, we ain't talking civil rights. We ain't even talking, "civil rights." South Africa Should Dominate U.S.-Soviet Upcoming Summit Many of us are not exactly lined, will always be race. taken in by the political antics Especially the Black and of many of these people who White of things. head the government of the Let us pose some interesting world, including the United questions: What is the position States. Sometimes, we wonder of China on the situation in if the threat of nuclear war is South Africa? What about the legitimate question it is of-Syria, Libya, and Saudi ten made out to be. l t is subArabia? What nation outside mitted here that the greatest of Black Africa in the world threat to human life today is today has the courage to stand not whether the U.S. or the on the right side of truth and Soviet Union are going to democracy in the situation in launch nuclear rockets at each South Africa? You can't count other, butwill the pending them, --my -friends,IJ'cause ____ jn there are none. Sud fl s the d lesson codi'i'i:ig out of ttfe south averte :c-' o, I d ;ue to say ,thatuppermost African crisis which should in President Reagan's mind is open the Of every person getting Russian assurance that of Black. African descent Moscow will not send arms to around the globe. It is the South African Blacks. For the world against Black people, President and every head of and there is no sense lying state around the world knows about it. that Blacks will be massacred So let us look beyond the by the millions if they do not politics of the moment and see have arms to fight with. into the hypocrisy surrounding Democracy can not come to Washington and Moscow, as South Africa by arms struggle they fake this summit con without an equipped Black ference. African army. How can either side be Black South Africa needs serious about reaching any friends and it is doubtful that kind of meaningful accord white Russia, despite being relative to arms, when they Communist, is going to look seek, at this very moment, to beyond the racial implications sabotage the summit with all and ramifications of that kinds of allegations against the South African crisis. It is imother? = = tD I = = tD ; = r::l' rll =t'D' Q. This is not a joke. People are losing their lives everyday. Some of us walk around here I can remember when I was don't even know what "apaf'-, a youngster going into college, theid" is. Some of us don' t black kids didn't have to waste even know who Reverend Dr. portant that Black people The arms race, my friends, around the world understand is just one big scapegoat with tD the real issue here the U.S., under Reagan, the a lot of time pondering what Martin Luther King, Jr. was major one wo-uld take in coland still does represent today. lege. The field was very limited Some of u s hear the word, for a black raised up in the "Africa," and turn up our South. noses. Some of us are the most The time honored career ungrateful people in the Black people should take biggestt fabri'cation. Both note today of !tow quiet they societies with the United States are in the Middle East today leading the way are fast on the South African decaying, morally, from > question. We ought to learn within. However, both could g_ soon that the ultimate issue in just go mad before being jobs such as teach_ing, businessmen, presidents of world. Some of us don't even the world, when it's bottom-destroyed by the gods. preaching, being a lawyer or a companies, high-ranking know what it is to have a doctor were just about it. public officials, engineers, reason to live and to smile Engineering, the field of airplane pilots, doctors, while others of us are dying business, accounting, public lawyer.s.Judges, CPA's, infor a reason to live. administration, labor rela-surance executives, highOn August 23, in 1926, "Signs & Symptoms of tions, and a host of other ranking police officers, and a Rudolph Valentino, died. On Adolescent Drug & Alcohol careers were not open to host of other people in careers August 24 in 1932, aeronautic Dependency", will be the blacks. Why major in that would serve as excellent Amelia Earhart became the topic of a talk by Charles W. something you couldn't get a role models for our children. first woman to fly non-stop Lamp, CDC, at the Next job doing? The big problem is that our across the United States. And Lunch 'N Counter, sponsored Today, the opportunities children have very little confinally, our lesson(s) complete by the Mental Health for black youngsters are tact with these desirable role for the day, Rocky Marciano Association of Hillsborough unlimited. It is not a difficult models. There are so many of was killed in an airplane crash County, on Tuesday, Sept. 10, task for blacks who have these people, it surprises even on August 31, I969. "A.C. from noon to I p.m. at the degrees to get into any one of, me when I meet them for the Van Wyk ... (a friend of ex. Carrollwood Community Mental Health Association Lunch 'N Counters the wide variety of career opfirst time. I know what our Hospital, 7171 N. Dale port unities that have opened geople thiq.k. ,_ that Mabry. ... .., t
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= I = Birthday ARMYROTCATFAMUHASCHANGED CELL ASSOCIATION < The Sickle Cell Association of Hillsborough County an: nounces that September has been designated as National Sickle Cell Month. On August 28, the Honorable Bob Martinez, i: presented to members of the Board of Directors a proclamaI'll = = .... 1 -... "CC = < t' ;... "CC .c: I'll .... ::s = = = = I = .... = The two "main men" behind the record number of honor roll students 53 .,.;rcent in the upper te-vel of Florida A&M University's Army ROTC unit: Lt. Col. Bernard Hen dricks (left), who currently commands the 27-year-old unit, and Lt. Col. Charles Hobbs, wh'o retired in 1983, after handing over the command to Hendricks. Both officers are FAMU Alumni ('63) and are graduates of the AROTC program. FAMU photo by1Keith Pope .... "Army ROTC at Florida A&M University is quite different than it was 20 years ago," AccQrding to Lt. Col. Bernard Hen dricks, professor of military science. When the PMS was a cadet in the F A.MU Army ROTC program in the early 60s, it was required that all male students be enrolled in the ROTC program during their freshman and sophomore years Twenty years ago, cadets received a sub" sistence (allowance) of $27.00 per month after they contracted, whereas today contract cadets receive a subsistence of $100.00. Army ROTC was one of the "ltigh points" on campus quring the 1960s, -because many of the outstanding male leaders on campus were also leaders of the ROTC detachment. Col. Hendricks recalled, "When I was a junior, the bat tallion commander was also president of the Student Govern ment Association ahd his deputy was vice president of the SGA and also Basileus of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity." He added, "The year before that, the vice president of SGA was commander of t he battallion and president of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Back i n those days, if there was real strong leadership in other activit ies on campus, nine times out of ten, that same leadership lead the ROTC brigade.'' High moral positive attitudes have continued to t h r oughout the FAMU ROTC program over the years. A iot of guys like ROTC back in those days, like a lot of people don't like it today, but that 'sa choice," said Hendricks. In the early 60s they drilled and had to wear their uniforms on Thur s day. No one complained and no one boycotted Even the football p(ayers, who were in most opposition, did n o t mind wearing their uniforms. "We would go up on the set after drill on Thursday and we would eat in the cafeteria or go to the student union building and have rt:freshments and sit around," Hendricks remem bered. Col. llendricks also feels that the ROTC program was a suc cess in the early 60s, because it was strongfy endorsed by the administration. "Dr. Gore, who was president of the university at that time, supported the program and was very active in the program, as well his wife. Most of the supported the program .. .it was avery positive thing." The Colonel added, ''The.involvemeni of the student ;vtd faculty is Whllt attracted I ... I me to the ROTC progrimi."" As far as is concerned, Col. Hendricb) eels that the cadets today are just as disciplined as they were m the 60s The only difference back then was that faculty members and administrators were more concerned about discipline. "It was common to be corrected anywhere on campus by a faculty member. That's something that you don't see now," the PMS said. The academic and physical demands that are placed on cadets are much greater today than they were in the 60s. Physical training was not required of cadets in the 60s until three or four prior to going to camp: Today physical training for cadets begins two or three weeks after school starts the fall, and is maintained until the cadets go to camp the following summer. Academically, the cadets are challenged than they were 20 years ago. "We did not concentrate on ba8ic skills, such as math andwriting, as we do today," said Hendricks, "I think that kids today are really being challenged." In conclusion, Col. HendrickS feels thatillthough the F AMU ROTC program is quite different from what it was 20 years ago, it still maintains standards and produces officers of quality. tion proclaiming the month of September as Sickle Cell Month. On 7, the Drive will be held 01i major mtersecbons throughout the city of Tampa 9 a.m.-12 p.m.; September 21; Major League East Bowling Lane-56th Street and Fletcher Ave 13109 N. 56th Street, 10 a.m.-6 p m. ; September 27, Annual Dance, Labor Temple, 1520-9th Ybor City 10 p.m.-2 a.m.; September 28, Health Fair, Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church, 1747 LaSalle, 10a m. 2 p.m. MIDDLETON CLASS OF "1961 1: A meeting of the Middleton High sChoo Class o f t96 't is for 7 p .m., 16, at the Kid Mason RecreatiOn Center. Willie Boone III is class president. Ovida Brown Mitchell is the COMMUNITY ACTION BOARD The. regular monthly meeting of the Community Action Board IS scheduled P.M. September 4, in the Community Room, West Tampa Neighborhood Service Center, 2103 North Rome Avenue. The public is invited. For further information, please call 272-6770. STEPPARENTING WORKSHOP Stepfamilies sometimes need a little extra help learning to grow together. Acceptance, trust and love are a gradual process for everyone. Northside Community Mental center offers an eight-week workshop called "Successful Steppareilting "For Stepparents and Spouses.'' Topics covered are: Step family myths, Understanding new roles, Discipline issues, Communication with the children and Dealing with the The workshop will meet <>Q,_ Tuesday, September 17 through November 5, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the "I:emple Terrace Presbyterian Church, 420 Bullard Parkway. : For information or to register, please call: Elaine Kellogg at 977-8700 or 971-0338 GULF COAST LUNG ASSOCIATION Bicycle are invited to participate in the Lung Association Bike Trek for Life and Breath, November 2-3. Approximately 100 miles will be covered south of Brooksville through the secluded countryside of the Big Cypress area. The Lung AssoCiation will provide t-shirts, overn i ght lodging, meals, refre s hments, fir s t-aid and a for a $10.00 entry fee. Riders will be going the distance for those who can t by securing pledges of $200.00 from friends; family, neighbors and businesses prior to the event. Riders securing $400 00 or more will be part of the "Winner's Circle" which makes them eligible for bike gear, dinners and weekends for two. more information call the Lung AssqCiation at in : St. Petersbu r g, 877-LUNG in Tampa, or 682-LUNG in Lakeland. XINOS EXCEL AT REGIONAL The Xinos, a youth guidance group sponsored by the Na tionai Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Alpha Omicron tiap' ter, recently attended the Annual' Southeastern Regional meeting was held at the Holiday Inn ,.. Members of tlie>group who motored to the Magic City were Naillne 11ohiiSOii1 Piesident of the local dub, GlenneU McDonald, Rola.nda Wise, Yvette Gray, Erika Curry, Debbie Wilder, and Dori Reed, Regional Vice President, Sponsor Chaperones were Mrs. Essie Roberson and Mrs. Jimmie Mad dox. The group won the first place trophy for their presentation: of a creative dance during the annual Talent Show. The Xinos are eagerly looking forward to the 1986 Southeastern Regional Conference which will convene in Atlanta, Georgia. Sponsors are Essie D. Roberson and Mary Walker. Mrs. Pearl C. Coffee is Basileus of Alpha Omicron Chapter. M.&D. T. CLASSES OF 1951 The 1951 Classes of Middleton and Don Thompson will sponsor a Family Picnic at Rowlette Park, Sept. 7. Plans will be discussed for the 35th Class Reunion. They will be looking for you and your guests For further information, you may call Lorrine Cole, 248-6969; or Alma D. Trotman, 247-1565. COLEMAN d,:1 .. .. ... :.!;;Goleman:, _.,;fl/! Gar .ci a Haugh brook; III celebrating his 1st birthday on September 4. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman G. Haughbrook, Jr. (Sharlotte). He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bagley, Sr. (Doris) of Plant City; Mr. and Mrs. Coleman G. Haugh brook; Sr. of St. Petersburg, and Ms. Winnova Pearson of West Tampa. He will celebrate his 1st birthday with a party at Chuck E. Cheese LILLIE MAE HOLLOWAY Missionary Lillie Mae Holloway celebrated her bir t h day Aug. 30 with her c hildren, grandch i ldren and friends in Tampa and will continue celebrating it with friends in Geneva, NY and Rochester, NY, Sept. 8. She is the widow of Mr. Willie Holloway, Jr.; daughter of the late Clara Lou Hudson and James Kimble. She is a member of New Hope M. Baptist Church and also works on the Sick Committee. She is a Bible Class teacher in her secretary ?f Wide Mission Prayer Band, member of Grand P3llbdirers 107. She is also the the lodge. Holloway"s favorite scripture in the Bible is Psalm 27-23. She enjoys winning souls to Christ. Mrs. Elouise Deeds Langston's birthday is September 5. She will share that day With her mother, Mrs. Gussie Black, cousins and friends. Birthday wishes also go out to Mrs Viola Cochran whose day is September 5. She will share that day with her son, Bro Willie Overstreet and wife, Mrs. Emma Lee Overstreet. She is a mem-ber of St. Luke A.M.E. Church and in the choir.

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IT'S' By ROSE CRUTCHFIELD UPWARD BOUND GRADS ENTER COL LEGE Yearly, all high school graduates who are participants in Project Upward Bound at the University of South Florida are accepted by one or more colleges and universities throughout the country. The 1985 hlgh school graduates in Upward Bound have enrolled in the following colleges: Chamberlain High School -Sonya Benson, Stetson Univer sity, Deland. East Bay High Wanda DeBose, University of South Florida. Hillsborough. High Wanda Mays, University of South Florida; Mignel Bynes, Bethune Cookman; Alec Hall, Univer sity of Florida; Irving OUver, Iowa State University; Edward Jeffrey Reddick, Florida A&M Uruvers1ty. Jefferson High Gia Davis, University of South Florida. King HighHillary Morrison and Karen Gray, University of South Florida; Latecia Agee, Florida State; Desiree Bel!; Bethune Cookman; Kelvin Miles, Dillard, New Orleaps; Melody Ousley, Pam Rioland and Michelle YoJ)p, Flonda A&M University; X,anthene Robusky, Hillsborough Com munity College; Jeffrey Starling, University of Florida. Leto High-April Wilson, Bethune Cookman. Plant High Madeline Felix, University of South Florida. Plant City High Samella Holley, University of South Florida; Samantha Holley, Bethune Cookman; Clara Parker, University of Florida; Lamerial Rogers, Dillard New Orleans; Tony Smith, Clark, Atlanta Ga. High, Br a:denton Angela Jackson, Bethune Gookman; Mike Martinko, Florida State; Stacey Walker; Florida A&M University. Paimetto High, Palmetto Troy Camp and Vern Peck, University of South Southeast High, Bradenton Chountelle Bullock, University of South Florida. Kathleen High, Lakeland Warren Howard, Bethune Cookman; Anthit Florida A&M Monique Thomas, MorTis Brown, Atlanta, Ga; Belinda Walker, Florida State1' Haven Angela Armstead, Florida Statei Sherry covington, Albany State, Ga.; Alicia Donald, Deidra Donald and Toyetta Leonard, Bethune Cookman. The program at USF has provided the opportunity for more than $400 students to enroll in a college or university. All students receive financial aid awards based the family's income. Upward Bound is a pre-college program for high school students from low income families who have potential for suc cess in a college or university. The program provides counsel ing, advising, tutoring and assists students in gaining admission and financial aid to college. ELIGffiiLITY CRITERIA The criteria for participation are: Family income -must meet federal guidelines; student must take pre..:college bound courses in high schools and _must a "C" ayerage in these courses; sessiOns; and six weeb Summer Residential Program (live on the USF campus). The Young Adults Choir of Pleasant Chapel A.M.E. Church recently at their Second Concert Hymn-0-Rama '85. Appearing in their blue and white robes, just after ren dering a special arrangement of the hymn "Come Ye Disconsolate" are, fromJeft to. right first if row, Veda R. Odom, Alicia Thomas, Alison A. Odom, Jacquelyn Fanme = second row, Sandra Felton, Vernon Hardwick, Sandra Thomas, Alaha Thomas, Leandna 5" Thomas; third row, Lee Wllliams, Alton Hardy and Anthony Williams, and not shown, Gay !!. Keaton, Cynthia Felton, Tangela Raiford, Peggy Jackson and Eric Cannon. tc Colo-Rectal Screening Program _-------i Colo-rectal cancer screening kits will be availbale free to residents 'of the Tampa Bay area from August 19 through 6. Through the combined ef forts of SmithKline Diagnostics, Eckerd, and St. Hospital, 200,000 free hemoccult kits will be availble at area Eckerd Drug Stores. SL Joseph's. Hospital will process the tests at no charge and -wm mail results to each sender. Intended to detect colo rectal cancer at an early, treatable stage, the screening program uses the }-Jemoccult Test, a simple, painless way of detecting blood in the stool. This symptom may be a sign of colo-rectal cancer, which is the second largest cause of cancer-related deaths. But if detected early, colo-rectal cancer can be beaten. Statistics show that in 1985, new cases "o{ colo rectal cancer will be diagnosed )) 1 eru J WOO!ID in America. Of those diagnosed, approximately 60,000 people will die. Many of these deaths are un necessary. If detected early, an individual's chances for sur vival increaSe from 30 percent to 90 percent. The kits are widely available and the tests may be pleted in the privacy of one's home. Joseph's Cancer Hotline at 870-4078. Collect calls will be accepted. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ; = 11::1' riJ =fD =-St. Joseph's Hospital will need special volunteers to 1 t.'!'1 record test datil and send test < fD results from August 26 through November 15. If you or your group would like to help save lives by detec ting canceiat a treata.ble stage, Fotmoreinformation call; yolunteer coordinator the hemoccult call St. Gerue Kelley at 870-4188. =.. MRS MARY TOWNSEND :IMMOKALEE ... Reporter I Sunday School began at the Rev. Atkins is the pastor. The usual time at all churches in No. One and Two Ushers and = the community with the No. One and Two Choirs servS. superintenden(s and teachers ed. The sermon was by our =' at their posts. The lesson was pastor, Rev. P. L. Bass. He reviewed by the pastors. preached out of his soul at all = Worship services at First services and the choir sang ; Baptist Church began at 11 themselves and the people a.m. with the officers in happy. Thank God for the charge of the devotion. The Holy Spirit. No. Two Ushers and Choir Please pray for the sick and served. The sermon was by the the shut-ins. pastor. Mr. and Mrs. McRae are At 3 p.'m. the pastor and home after a three weeks vaca members of First Baptist tion in Alaska. Mrs. Tina MeThe Project is recruiting students for the program now. In terested students should contact their high school counselors or call. tbe Upward Bound Orfice at USF-, 974-2802 for an applica. itiori. and iDfOrmation. ... ;: .. F.Prlde, Professor in the College of Church motored to Napies Crain is here Jr. om Germany .,248.;.19:21 ;1' < and render.ed ser.vice at yisiting lfe{ .. Mrs. ucation, is Director of the Program. r DOWN FROM ATLANTA Mrs. JoAnne Richardson of Atlanta, Ga. visited friends here and got a chance to see the Falcons beat the Dues. She really liked it here, where the good life gets better, and she was delighted to GWEN'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC 8uHalo Avenue PHONE: 236 J .. ;:) H! Macedonia M.B' Church. !della Johnson and ': other ;;;;::::::::::=. relatives. '' .,, )". NEW MT. ZION M.B. CHURCH ..,, 2s11 E. Columbus Drive Clinic Service 83RD PRE-ANNIVERSARY Hours Changed OBSERVANCE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, At 7:30P.M. SIS. IL VIRA PINDIR SIS. LIANNA a. ROBINSON Co-Chairman The Hillsborough County Health Department, 1105 East Kennedy Boulevard, is an nouncing a change in clinic service hours for Tuberculois control. SIS. CAROLYN WATSON The Clinic will be open from REGISTRATION FOR 1985-86 TERM Publicity Chairman 7:00a.m. until 5:00p.m. each TUES., WED., THURS., 2:00-6:00 P.M. RIV. USTIR CARTIR, Sll. weekday. The TB Reception SATURDAYS, 9:00A.M.-5:00P.M. Pastor RIV.C.P.IPPS Desk will be .closed from 12:00 And The Congregation Of S l" "ted Mt. OliveM.B. Church noon until 1:00 p.m. paces m Will Be In Char&f For further information t't'l FIRST COME .FIRST SERVED Please Join Us In This Joyous Occasion In The Lord's about new hours or TB ser

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! Beulah Baptist Anniversary -I .5 :; = I = 00 Maxine Wilson and Mrs. Mary Cash ..... Beulah Baptist Church Anniversary Observance. Eva Hamilton and Geralynn Dawson St. James Episcopal Churchmen .Observpce Mr. and Mrs. John A. B owden with John, Jr., Michael John and Beverly Bowden at the Beulah Baptist Church Anniversary Observance. &At!iit!lct tf!)\\{%(im% i\W'&%%11! Herbert Curry, Timothy Thomas, Earl Smith and James Jackson at the St. James Episcopal Churchmen Observance.

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen Edwards and son, Robert 0, with Karinda Renick at the St. James Episcopal Churchmen Observance. The Edwards FamUy was here from Pensacola. LaFLORENCE MILLINERY PRESENTS A FALL PREVIEW OF THE Latest Creations In Fall Hats and Dress Styles FOR LADIES and MEN Saturday, September 14, 1985 Kid Mason Recreation Center 1101 Jefferson Street Tampa., Florida SHOW WILL PRESEN1 :(, .... .) :. ,,: _: .: MEN'S and LADIES .":>i, HAT and DRESS FASHIONS ...... 2 HATS WILL BE GIVEN'AWAY DOOR PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY REFRES11MENTS WILt BE SERVED .. TillQ P.M.,. Donation$3.00-At Door Pecaturl ... : RIGIIitA _LD the "D.J," B.E.E. BlACK ENTERTAINMENT ENTERPRISES Presents PARTY TIME HAPPYHOUR On FRIDAy, SEPT. 6TH THE INTERCHANGE MOTEl AND fOWlER AVE. ADMISSION $3.00 5:30P.M. Until CASH BAR Hors-d'oeuvre LIVE D.J.SILVER Margie Jefferson and children, Erin Elizabeth and Brandon at the St. James Episcopal Churchmen Observance. l Christine MlHer aad Leome of Miami the St. James Episcopal Cburebmen hrntal Gin YoiU'QIId SCait N& W larly dtlldltood Leamfng C.,.ter Call .2oW-9MO 2,q9 34tlt Street Pitoaks rre-Rndlaa Readlaa Matll"' : Pta.o ',. D .. ....... .. el'fofeai'oaalucl T.,..... Staff Now lnrolll"ff 'or 'alt MRS.JEWEI.WARREN, Dinctor f\W SKW. _':'.!1 .....nu ., ,. Erii'UTD Q. My 90-year-old grand molber llns w .ltb me. She's In aood physical health, but her meatal coadltloa bas deterlor ...,. ated onr the past year. I really don't tblak she's capable of ...... manaalaa owa money any more. Caa arraaaemeats be made for her social security checks to be sent to me? A. If an older person becomes unable to manage his or her own funds, arrange ments can be made to send the person's social security checks to a representative payee The representative payee can be a relative or other person who takes care of the beneficiary. Contact any social security office and the people there can give you detailed information Q. My wife and I plan to retire in 1985. My job with the county government isn't ID by social security, and I've just Jaeard that my county f pension -ill make me inelbi a ble for aJocial serurlty benefit 5" on my ife's social security work record. Is this true! 1::1' A Yes. If you receive a pen: sion based on your work in ft public employment not covered f by social security. any soeial security dependent's (or sur:f vivor's) benefit you are entitled f:l' !O may be reduced by the &= amount of your pension unless r you meet the exception to the Do public pension offset. However. any public pension will not affect your eligibility for social security benefits on your own record For more information., contact any social security office ., Q My daualater toli me that the premium formr..MNlcali' mMical lasaraaee may 10 Ibis moatb. Has It'! TOP MAnERS CLUB A. Yes. The b&sic: medical iri": !lurance premium .. _.,:.'.:; ::frolri; S8.70 to $9.60&-.moni& : ;Jdr: ihe 12-month pe!iq_d s-.,f!; ma; July 1. 1980. The medicat jn. Sp.on$firiul" : -. A Dtsec) .. !;: i Fri.-ay, Sep. tember 6, Time: 9:00 Until .''i surance costS risen as .a. resull of hiaher charaes ror medical services. By Place: Cuban Hall' Patio Music By Jhe Mighty Potman And His Sophisticated funic M 'achlne B. Y .O.B.-DONATION $4.00 FREEf..OOD Baptist Fellowship Center, Inc. 505 E. Pilm Avenue OPENS fOR JHI 198.5'86 SCHOOl YIAR SAJURDA Y, SIPJIMBIR 7, 198.5 GEORGE W. SADLER, JR. Dinctor for further Information Call: 223-4844 however. the premium incre*." cannot be more than the percentage increase in social security cash benefits the previous year. Q. I aet moalbly SSJ checks because I'm dlsablM. A friend bas asked me to work part lime dolaa paperwork for blm. Tbe jolt won't paymucb. Do I ban to report It to social security! A. You should notify social security immediately if you take a job while you are still dis abled, regardless of how little you earn. You may be eliaible for a trial work period to test your ability to work while c:on tinuina to receive some SSI payments. Apply for your social security number several weeks before you will need it. ., ,---...... .. t'PI z .... .......... ')

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I II) 00 0'1 .... f'i 1:.: l;lil = ); l;lil l;lil rl1 ... rl1 l;lil ;;;;> riJ = e l -I o c "C = < -z ... f-; ... <-' Q.. NECKS-WINGS-TAilS 3 9 Fresh CHICKEN LEGS 49c1b. FRYER -;,. Beef Shoulder Tender Beef Western Be Tender Beef D SHOULDER CHUCK CHUCK STEAKS ROAST ROAST STEAKS ) $1, 19 $1 99\. $ 19 lb CIUiiE STEAKS $1 Gii Oii N D BEEF Wi ENE iiS 99< lykes Reg. or Beef $1 59 SMOKED SAUSAGE. l b .pkg. Fresh Whole FRYERS Sugar Cured Slab fHO/fs SMOKED s1.29lb. BACON CENTE,R CUTS 89( s 1.69 lb. lb. Large Meaty Turkey DRUM STICKS Fresh Sliced BEEF LIVER Fresh PORK BRAINS ATTENTION CHURCH large whole SPARE RIBS .......... 30 lb. CASE Jib. & Down Baby SPARE RIBS30 lb. CASE GROUPS, REStAURANTS Fresh PQrk NECK BONES ............ 30 lb. CASE $76.75 Lorge TURKEY NECKSA or TAILSJO lb. CASE $8.95 $38.75 Select Westernn OX TAILS ........ 20 lb. CASE $16.95 $9.50 leon First Cut PORT CHOPs' : ...... 10 lb. BOX S10.75 and CIVIC GROUPS Fresh TURKEY DRUMSTICKS ...... JO lb. CASE Fresh lean PIG TAILS ................ 30 lb. CASE $9.95 Fresh Western HOG CHITTLINS .. 10 lb. PAIL S5.99 $11.95 Hickory SMOKED SAUSAGE.. ..... 10 lb. BOX S17.75 -CASE SALES! Fresh Small PIG FEET ................. lO lb. CASE S9.50 large Meaty TURKEY WINGS .... JO lb. CASE S9.75 Royal Scot 39< lb MAGARINE iiRgEAM'BARS"' sp9 P'ARTY'PiiZAS 99' Martha White r & MEAL .. Or Fa(ncHy ILNonlgTGOrain AJAX OIL PUR.INA BOUNTY GRITS RICE Detergent DOG CHOW TOWELS 89(31b. Giant99( S]69960z. 30Lb $759 Bag Bag Box Plastic Bonus Bog Roll DIXIE LILY \ YELLOW --._,<...\ RICE \,.--' 2 10 oz. s 1 pkg. LIKE MAGIC PINE CLEANER. 2 37 oz. s 1 ;. Bottles I SHOWBOAT fiiiiili Table Treat PORK & BEANS GOLDEN CORN 3 300 $1 :--,::(.. r -.;! 3 303 $1 CANS fS: X CANS No. #1 Fancy Crisp White YELLOW Red POTATOES ONIONS APPLES 101b.99< BAG Jib. 69< BAG Jib. 89< BAG LOUISIANA HOT SAUCE A 6 oz. S 1 'I Bottles Table Treat Cut GREEN BEANS 3 $1 Table Treat MACARONI & CHEESE 4 BOXES $1 Spanish Style T"OMATO 1 Cans Fresh GREEN SWEET CiEORCiiA RED SWEET POTATOES YELLOW CABBAGE CORN 8/'1 41bs. $1

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Dr. Thomas Jackson Named F AMU Dean Of Education .. AREA BLOCK At Akins-Streets Wedding CLUB NEWS :< TALLAHASSEE VISION ANI} A&M University Prof. omas A Jackson was DENTAL PROGRAMS dean of the F AMU of Education, effecUniversity fpr Sulphur Springs and Clty Wide has ended. Beginn ; s announced Wedn4:S<11lY (August 21). Jackson has served as in dean of that college since 19f4. "I am very pleased to announce that Dr. Jackson will as dean of our College of Education," said FAMU President Frederick S. Hum phries in an interview Friday (August 23). "The search as well as the concerned groups on ... felt that he was the candidate for the "I am very impressed with his knowledge of what needs to be done, and look forward to working with him and sup porting his efforts to revitalize the College of Education and Bethune Holds Freshman Orientation For 550 DAYTONA BEACH -It's fun and games before the work begins during Bethune Cookman College's freshman and new students orientation. Compared to last year's 295, B-CC has already admitted 550 freshmen and new stu dents who have just completed a week of information sessions, -health screening, placement testing and group meetings, before registering for class. DR. THOMAS JACKSON the Lab School." As dean, Jackson will over see FAMU's 22 state-approved teacher education programs, as well as the kindergarten through-twelfth-gr:ade Lab oratory School. A native of Tuscumbia, Alabama, he holds the B.S. ('51) and the M.S. ('53) degrees in industrial education from Tennessee State Univer sity in Nashville. He earned the Ed D from the University of Tennessee, Knoxvillet in .1962. IT'S TO ADVERTISE! ing October 1, there will be three Strategy l\reas: 1. West Tampa; 2. College Hill Jackson Heights; 3. Port Tampa At a later date, boundaries will be given for the new Strategy l\reas Boundaries in West Tampa will remain the same: Rome East; MacDill West; Columbus Drive North; Interstate South Resiqents living in West Tampa Strategy l\rea will be able to continue to receive Dental and Vision Services Persons needing services that live in the Strategy l\rea may come in and fill out an ap plication and be placed on the waiting list. The following information is needed to apply: Proof of Residency (Florida Driver's License or Utility Bill/Paid; Proof of .Family Income (W -2, Check Stub or Social Security Card). Persons on Medicaid cannot qualify for Visi on Pro gram. There are a limited number of slots available. SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT CARDS Senior Citizens interested in applying for the Silver Savers Program (a new discount pro gram) should call or come in to the Community Service Branch Office. You will be able to receive your temporary Budget Dovvntown Sl'ORE COUPON 1 SfORE COUPON I LUSTER'S .-1 S CURL I ErrORE COUPON I Dark & Lovely Relaxer Kit Pwfioe Curly lOt I I $599 : I twallttAU-(.1 OOHOI'I .... JI.>ll '599 { I 1479----__ l ___ ...;,_ ____ COUPON: STORE COUPON : STQRE COUPON I 1 WORLDOFCURLS Summit : : Curl Activator Curl Activator Gel I f'OII""-,_ t+d 199: ;,.500 I .... Ckt.tfOiy I .,;;;;;;;J-....-----------------ErrORE C0UPON1 STORE COUPON STORE COUPON PICKS & : 1FASHION COMBS : i / caps ARRJNG I 10e /'100i '""'' 2/'10 Beauty Supply l (/ Sbayla Hill, Tom Ware and David Jackson ..... Akins Streets Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Chipp at the Akins-Streets Wed ding discount card-at the time that you apply and your permanent card and your free directory will be mailed to you at a later date. answered and needs and recommendations made. The residents are looking forward to some very constructive measures being taken to solve the problems that were AREA BLOCK discussed at the meeting CLUB MEETING #7 BRANCH OFFICE The Chairperson, Rayford The Community Service Allen, and Co-Chairman, Branch Office is open Monday Altamese Simmons, would through Friday, from 8:00 like to thank the residents and a m. to 5 :00p. m Please come resource persons that attended in or c aU to submit ., > the Block Club Meeting held neighborhood complaints, o Tuesday, August 26, 1985. referrals to local agencies for t't'1 The meeting was ver y inforassistance, job information, or mative and man y of the to make recommendations for t't'l re sidents' questions were P r oject/Programs. < .....

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......................................................... Atlantic Brightens The Prince Has Spawned Other Artists To Solo Success Skies In The International Market NEwYoRK-JesseJohnLeft to right, Jonathan Lewis, Wayne Lewis, Barbara Weathers, Joey Phillips, David Lewis HOLLYWOOD, CA. Atlantic Starr, featuring the Lewis Brothers with special guest Barbara Weathers, is about to embark on its latest challenge: the international market. Long a favorite with U.S. record buyers, the New York-based quintet is getting a great reaction to "As The Band Turns, '' its sixth album for A&M Records. The group will be touring in Japan, the Phillipines and Korea, along with the United Kingdom, Germany and France: its visit to the Far East will concentrate on U.S. GOTO JAMAICA $J99 3 Days 2 Nights Call : 884-6734 Ask For: James Ransom ,..__.. __ .... military bases, according to producers and musical direc the group's manager Earl tors. "We have no intention of. Cole. "They're excited about abandoning our old sound," seeing the group over there, stressed Earl Cole. "But we and we're looking forward to are focusing more on dance it," he said. "It hasn't been .. jams like 'Freak-A-Ristic, 'the done much in recent years, but group's latest hit single. Allan entertaining the troops is tic Starr is kndwn for its love something that's making a songs; we just want to take comeback. It's a great morale that a few steps further and booster." give our audiences a full specAtlantic Starr is used to trum of music." tackling challanges and Is Atlantic Starr excited winning. Six albums into its about its new direction? career, the group went from a Definitely, according to Cole, nine-member unit to a fresh, adding, "Barbara gives a new streamlined look and beautiful, up-to-date image to sound featuring the Lewis the group, and with the Brothers (vocalist/guitarist smaller personnel more atten David, vocalist/keyboardist tion will be focused on the wayne and trom-Lewis Brothers. Since they're bonist/keyboardist Jonathan), the ones who've always been original percussionist Joseph the force behind Atlantic Phillips and new vocalist BarStarr's big hits, that'll be a bara Weathers. for us." The Lewis Brothers, who EYES EXAMINED CONTACTLENSES wrote Atlantic Starr's biggest Dr. Wallace Hqy signature hits, including OPTOMETRIST "When L 0 ve Calls, Paying Custo mers& "Circles" and "Catch a Four Medicaid Accepted Leaf Clover," are now the 876-8491 group's principal songwriters, 1945 W Buffalo Ave. MANIL.A L.OUNGE 2620 E. 7th Ave. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MAIN EVENT Where: MANILA LOUNGE GONG. SHOW COMEDIANSSINGERS-DANCERS MUSICIANS 1ST PLACE'150 2ND PLACE. '75 3RD PLACE '50 MCMIKE RICHARDSON OFWTMP ALL ACTION STARTS AT 9 P.M. son, the latest solo singing star, is just one of the many names from the Prince camp to have achieved solo success. Sheila E., aided by an opening spot on Prince's last tour, hit the top 10 with her Glamorous Life album. Before breaking up last year, the Time sold 1 million copies of Ice Cream Castle. Apollonia is working on a solo LP and will soon appear on Falcon Crest. Other Prince associates have cut their ties: Morris Day-The former lead singer of the Time and co star of Purple Rain has a solo album, The Color of Success, due Sept. 30. He'll tour the USA in the fall. Day also has signed a three-picture deal with 20th Century Fox. Alexander O'Neal The Time's lead singer before Day, O'Neal hit the top 20 of JESSE JOHNSON Billboard's black chart with records for Whitney Huston, his first solo album. Cheryl Lynn, the S.O.S. Dez Dickerson -The Band, Patti Austin and guitarist in Prince's band Klymaxx. through the 1999 tour (it's his Andre Cymone-Prince's solo on Little Red Corvette) childhood friend and former plays on Aretha Franklin's hit collaborator recently released single, Freeway of Love. He's his third solo LP, A C. been working on a solo album Cymoite was the bass player in with guitarist Steve Stevens. Prince's band until1981, when Jimmy Jam and Terry the two had a falling out. = = s I = = -= ., = t:r fiJ =!C. Lewis :-The Time's former They've apparently recon keyboard player and bass ciled: Prince wrote a song player have become "one of called The Dance Electric f N the hottest dance-music Cymone's new album. production teams in the Now, Prince has sought out : business,'' says Michael a new group for his camp. The Shore, author of an upcoming lucky band is call Mazerati P_n__n_ce_b_io_._T_h_e_y_'_ve_p_ro_d_u_c_e_d __ ex..;p;..e_c_t _an_al_b_u_m_in-th_e_f_a_n_. --I fiJ John Parr Set For Tina T urner Tour Atlantic recording artist John Parr embarks September 4th on an extensive North American tour as the special guest of Tina Turner. Parr and his band, who made their American concert debut earlier this year, will be major arenas in the U.S. and Canada. Joining Parr (lead vocals, guitar) are three Americans Ricky Phillips (bass guitar), Garri Brandon Answers To Quiz Psychic-Spiritualist Madame Ann (keyboards) & Pat Torpey (drums), and three English men Chris Marra (guitar), John Cook (keyboards) & Morty Mortimer (backing vocals). John Parr's upcoming concert itinerary coinci des with the tremendous success of his current Atlantic single, "St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion), which has bulletted into the top five on the national charts. The song is featured on Atlantic's Original Motion Picture Soundtrack album of Columbia Pictures' "St. Elmo's Fire, which is climbing quickiy up the charts and is nearing the gold mark in sales. Parr has also been enjoying great break-out suc cess this year with his self titled debut album, featuring ''Naughty Naughty'' and "Magical. I I I i > = Q. .. = Q =-e: = = fiJ

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0\ .... to) YOUR : HOROSCOPE -By f>:R. ELMER EUGENE Eriw ARris "' Sept. 6-Sun Square Uranus 7-Mercury Trine Neptune Sun Square Moon (Quarter Moon) 8 Mercury Sextile Pluto Venus Trine Uranus 10 Sun Sextile Moon 11 Mars Trine Neptune .. Thou will be done on Earth as it tis in tbe Heavens" VIRGO On the 7th, you quibbling or criticism. The af find that any problem left temoon trend is better. from last week can PISCES This is a period a lot of your thinking when you'D be setting a lively Don't voice personal pace for weekend activities unless they are practical with your mate or other will withstand thorough favorite companion. Luckily, You can accomplish there'll be plenty of rapport if most by finishing tasks and you don't forget diplomacy. liJII.nlsavino a behind-the-scenes However on the 7th you must especially on the lOth. be on guard against some LIBRA The need to household or property 11th, however, you 'II be feeling much more optimistic. The Moon in your sign on the 11th should pep up your personality and boost your self image; you'll have your hands full when the next forecast period gets under way. TV G Relations with others are likely to be easier, though, which takes the edge off any troubles. 1985/ BROADCAST can. rub you trouble. Be careful not to rock wrong way pow, and y 0 u the boat then. drum up aU kinds of ARIES: -An excellenr _.,,. -' excuses for shirking trend on the 7th fmds you in' You're just postponing happy accord with .. an inevitable. Lunar executive type where your job on the 7th suggest: : you could status is concerned. Schedule a be sought out by those who are meeting to clarify any or confined for advise. remaining details. On the fcfellet down when they lOth, it will probably be you ..l1;.,._,. take it. They in who provides the impetus for ........ ;., .. for strict measures up activity around home base; ideas now thidt/ 'Ir-s on the to coiliplet'"f a .... : ...... to a conference with proj'eC:t in record time. indtVidual; TAlJRUS The turning r,rnhillhlv .in connection with Moon of the 7th'denotes .that J.uilin4ess affairs or eopununity YQV may. have to postpone a the lOth iS: .. notable putchase or ptlrsuit that you from ttavel, or had. your on. Console acom:aet with a home ideas mstead. The start ; ;fre51i and.. tif\kle qf .tl(Qse closet to you 1s !! > .i.lcmtiN!/ol:an$ .,. reassurinj, o n the lOth, which ,,,..,. ........ n-.,..,. .....:. At the helps ke:ep 'local projecis of this. fotecast' ... moving constructively. Insist .J:Ieri:od you u proba)>ly. on: a strict accOunting of joint i4eas that d'*'tv'e a top funds. heating, bufthe turning GEMINI The Quarter .............. oh the 7th denotes Moon of the 7th can find in getting them to : others in a touchy mood, but The lOth is a good day talking things over around takiqg a chance or for homebase is a step in the right diseoveriilg interesting places direction. A decision made on to visit. A trip will be most the 8th makes you happy. The rewarding. lOth is an excellent day for CAPRJCORN Adverse buying or selling. )f you shop, aspects on the 7th denotes you especially for a household are likely to have one or more item, your bargaining irritations that can throw you technique enables you to make off balance. Sometimes a an advantageous purchase. idea isn't immediately CANCER At the beginnA stroke of good ing of this period; a transpor foJtune could come your way tation mix-up can prevent you around the lOth, possibly from achieving much behind stemming from the the scenes of through con aggressiveness of your mate. fidential channels. A message In any event, relax and let may be delayed or somebody else carry the ball. misunderstood. The lunar AQUARIUS -If you feel aspects on the 7th indicates doubtful or apprehensive this that you and those in your imweek; it may be an after effect mediate surroundings may be z from last weeks' disquieting at odds; you must let others trend. Fatigue may be due to know your views, but don't excessive strain or just long expect complete accord. hours. Look for the 7th to LEOThe Quarter Moon start off well, beginning with a of the 7th is likely to aggravate t5 po s t midnight inspiration, but recent frustratingdevelop.. it.igietis .. mii.red--down .. iin .. imients .. ar .. .......... ... n .... .. .... .... ...... ..

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= ... Rudy Hubbard But A Scapegoat For FAMU's Football Problems If you are olle of those who rl.l '4liiil somehow are waiting at the (Part 1) LPH depot for that train of bygone .. -..! years to return carrying the Forty-Niners In Bowl Again great football fortunes of J Florida A&M University, you Coaches talk all the time year to them out. are but a victim of self decepabout a well-balanced football The defenseless Tampa Bay tion, withholding your better team. They refer to a team Buccaneers are under a judgement. that has the talent to effectivecoach and Wlthout While it is true that there ly run the football and throw it' peerless Lee Roy Selmon. This will be an occasional few good on offense and to play tough will not be the year of the teams coming from the against the run and the pass on Bucs. Detroit is :mo a traditional rich Black colleges defense. There is such a team new coach and will be playmg of old over the years, those old in the National Football without Billy Sims. The Lions typical Black college League and that team is the won't win. The Green Bay powerhouses are gone with the San Francisco 49ers. Packers will be under a new d WlD. The 49ers are deep and coach before the season lS Like a true FAMUAN, talented at every position. over. nothing is more pleasing to see Their defense is so quick and The Packers appea{ to be : than a winning tradition re strong that they harass a one of those teams with a tum again. However, F AMU quarterback to death without loose collection of players who : Uke her sister traditional for-the help of blitzing Just can't get it together. They mer all-Black schools must linebackers: Because their won't be winners this season redefine themselves becoming linebackers seldom have to and their coach will get fired. winners in other positive perBy RUDOLPH HARRIS (Sports Analysis) RUDY HUBBARD and meaningful for those who truly are concerned about F AMU and her football program, to deal with the comparative circumstances su,rrounding F AMU's football program rather than to con tinue such a misguided preoc cupation with Rudy Hubbard. Likewise, those same loyal FAMUANS might want to show a more principled con cern about the business of what F AMU is really suppose to be all about. That, my friends, is educating our young people. Our Black men ticular. F AMU and other similar schools throughout the South, moreso than sports, must develop new and greater reputations now and in the future. Politically, their justifications for unique and existence, as separate institutions would certainly more credibility if based on the education rather than athletics. (To be continued.) they can plug up holes a The Chicago Bears should spectives. back may try to slip through. repeat as winners of the CenThe social revolution of the Their defensive secondary is tral division. The bears still past decades, more positive young but is also experienced have their award winning than negative, today finds the and very, very talented. The defense, Walter Payton, and premier quality Black athletes 49ers defensive backs may be quarterback Jim McMahori is accepting more profitable Individual Efforts Team Come Shining On Buc Through BY PATIY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer il the best at one on one once again healthy. scholarships at the major ..., coverage in the entire league. In the East division, the universities across the South. Friday night's last' pre1 1 On offense, 49er quarterNew York Giants, Dallas It is virtually impossible to season game before the start 'j back Joe Montana is probably Cowboys, Washington Red convince the averaoe Black of the 1985-86 season turned l d 8 the best in the league today skins, Philadelphia Eag es an youngster and his parents, out to be a boring game for the 'C, Montana is intelligent, poised, St. Louis Cardinals provide many gf whom are-aluiDDi home town crowd. s:: and he can throw the football the competition for the 49ers. On the whole, The Tampa < and run with it. Joe's best That conference just may be many of whom are alumni of Bay Buccaneers generated very asset is that he seldom makes a the toughest in the NFL this schools such as FAMU, to little potential as they allowed mistake. The 49ers are loaded year. Only the Philadelphia muster enough Black pride the Washington Redskins to E-1 with talented wide receivers, Eagles don't have a shot at and opt in favor, of such cruise to a 20-7 victory. But led by veteran Freddie either the division title or a traditional Black colleges. there were some individual Solomon. The 49ers can beat playoff spot. Then too, it is the dream of spotlights which shone you short, over the middle or, The Washington Redskins most Black athletes to enter through the murky waters. deep. are a talented group and have the pro ranks. Most are conOn defense, Linebacker ErThe 49ers offensive line is the best chance of winning the vinced that their chances are vin Randle made several key one of the biggest in the crown in its division. An aging greater if performing at a tackles which either stopped a league. That line does an exoffensive line is the biggest major school. However, every Washington Redskin drive or cellent job of opening holes weakness of the Skins. The adnow and then, a blue chipper resulted in a loss of yardage for running backs and dition of George Rogers or two will end up on a Black for the powerhouse team. = protecting their quarterback. should improve their running college team. "I thought I played pretty The punter and the field goal game tremendously. Last year while covering the good," noted No. 54, as he "a kicker are more than capable. The Dallas Cowboys are Orange Blossom Classic at reflected over his In short the 49ers look un: always dangerous. Tom Lan-:Tampa Stadium, some inachievements. "; heatable. dry is getting .old and going terestlng observations stood According to Randle, "I The 49ers will have to beat soft and some veterans are out concerning FAMU's footwas not disappointed" last S:: out the Los Angeles Rams, the unhappy financially. The ball program. In a press conweek when he didn't play Atlanta Falcons and the New quarterback situation divided ference after the game, Coach against the New Orleans ai Orleans Saints to win the West the team last year and could be Rudy Hubbard was querried Saints. "I looked forward to fi: division. That should be no a problem again this year. quite extensively by this getting a chance, and I did. I as only the Rams will The St. Louis Cardinals writer. In fact, my questions was able to pick up and get provide any real competition. missed a playoff berth on the1 must have gotten too poUtlcal comfortable in an area which I That will not be enough. In the .last day of the season. for FAMU's white director of think 1 can play, which Central division of the NaQuarterback Neil Lomax has, sports publicity, who ib1 showed 1 could play.'' tional Conference, the Minsettled in at quarterback and a terrupted such questioning of. He explainea that in pracnesota Vikings, the Detroit combination of veterans and the coach. tice he basically worked on the Lions, Tampa Bay Buc: young people have made the This writer was concerned pass rush, and wrui -neers; the Green Bay Cardinals a strong contender ; about such a5 the num. with half a sack. r ....... Chicago Bears. rigllt !l9i)V The New:.: YiQtk, ber of. c.oaches to.. extra work I put into will provide the competition. Giallts peed to be mor.e consis' F to: it helped me play the basic out The Vikings are starting tent. they play well this week state schools such as the Univ. side linebacker position," he over again with new Coach and stink up the stadium the of Florida and Florida State; stated. "And with Hugh Bud Grant, who masterfully next. number of scholarships; the Green not playing (Green coached them for years The Giants have the talent financial comparison of the a one year leave of to contend for the title but not recruitment program, and other such factors which would allow F AMU to become TAMPA BAY li HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING SPECIALIST LIC. ()3.4997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FREE ESTIMATES 251-2585 Or 251-8754 1005 W. PLAn ST TAMPA. FLORIDA 33606 competitive with her sister schools. Then too, other fac tors such as alumni financial influence must to be con sidered, all working to the disadvantage of F AMU and Coach Hubbard. It would be more prudent the challenges, the 49ers are a happy, well-paid, talented bunch that should win it all again this season. ERVIN RANDLE played for a short while during the first half, but stayed out due to a minor injury), played the left and right side, and the pass rush. This "'"'u"'' me a little more valuable to the team. "I feel the coaches have confidence in me now, and after this game they will not hesitate to let me play," Ran dle Offensively, Fullback Adger Armstrong laliRed the ball 15 times for a total of 69 yards. James Wilder, the team's No. 1 ball carrier, only netted two yards after five carries. ''This was my chance to show that I am valuable to the team," No. 40 stated. He was inactive during -the three previous pre-season games. When asked if he and Wilder are competitors, Arm strong quickly explained, "That's James Wilder's posi tion. I think the coaches are just looking for someone else, so that James will not have to carry the ball 30 or 40 times. They are looking for someone to carry the ball 10, 12, or 13 times, and not lose anything. "I am capable of doing thai," he stated. Armstrong further explain ed "It was great to see that th; coaches had confidence in me to put me out there, so that I could get a chance to play.'' 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The Riverfront Summer Basketball league directors J thank the pu blic for jfiaking 0 n .,. r ,.. I n t ,. .,. their 4th year a successful one. ..... U Q ( '-.s This tournament, dedicated in of Fredricka Jackson, AIKENS GEORGE W. BLAKE Funeral services for Mr. George W. Blake of 2131 Palmetto Street, formerly of 7924 Flower Avenue, who passed away Sunday, September 1, will be held Fri day, September 6th at 1 p.m. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, with the pastor, Rev. A. Leon Lowry, officiating. Interment will be in the All Faith Cemetery, St. Petersburg, FL. Mr. Blake was a native of Tampa and a faithful member of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church. Survivors are: 2 daughters, Mrs. Inez Brockington and husband, St. Petersburg, and Mrs. Mildred Hunter and hus band, Leesburg, FL; son, Mr. Wilbur Blake, St. Petersburg; 5 sisters, Mrs. Versey Baker Tampa, Mrs. Mildred Brown, St. Petersburg, Mrs. Otha Skinner, New York City, NY, Mrs. Mazie Irons, Williston, FL, and Mrs. Anita Davis, Tampa; brother, Mr. William H. Geiger, Jr.; devoted friend, Mrs. Jessie Tucker, Tampa; nieces, Mrs. Sarah Grady, Tampa, Mrs. Rosetta Gives and husband, Raymond, Leesburg, Mrs. Thelma Calden and husband, Robert, Leesburg, Mrs. Charlene Brown, St. Petersburg, Mrs. Bennie Brake and husband, Joseph, Phil., PA; and a devoted niece, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Blake and i., husband, Albert, Tampa; nePhew, Mr. William Brown and Mass; and a host of grand and great grandnieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at AIKENS FUNERAL CHAPEL Thursday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 p.m. to8 p.m. Thurs dJl)' funeral cor tege wm arrange from 2131 Palmettq Street. FUNERAL HOME". IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Ran dolph L. Nelson, Sr. who ex pired Aug. 31, 1984. Gone but not forgotten by your children, Amanda and Leon Nelson and your wife, Norma Nelson. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Busine ss Is.' Service" Phone: 248-6125 FUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ruy Williams Funeral Home 7477 N. A/bony Ave. 2.53-3479 "When Unders(anding Is Needed Most" EMPIRE .PAINTS 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301-247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up LATEX PAINT .. OUTSIDE WHITE ... $7 .49 ROLLER PANSET ................ $1.99 Ea. 3" B RUSHES ........................ 99 Ea. SALE PRICES GOOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONL YIIU was"tlte best ever. The Silks, coached by Julio Whitaker and Anthony Harris, defeated La Copa from Clearwater to win the tournament Championship. Silks also won the League Championship making them the undisputed champions both sides of the Bay. The MVP of the league tournament was Sam Lanier. He scored 14 points and his over. all play was highly Linebacker Clamoring For A Raise DALLAS Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Eugene Lockhart has threatened to leave the team if it refuses to renegotiate his contract to his satisfaction. "If he threatened to leave, it has never been said to me," Gil Brandt, vice president for personnel development, said Thursday. Brandt plans to meet with Lockhart next week. Lockhart, a sixth-round draft choice last year, said he is scheduled to make $79,000 this season, while his backup, Steve DeOssie, will be paid $140,000. He also complained that the Cowboys gave former USFL runningback Todd Fowler a $125,000 signing bonus and agreed to pay him $125,000 if he makes the team this year. The Cowboys have offered him a three-year contract worth $110,000, $130,000 and $150,000, but Lockhart wants another $40,000 a year r AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. SteUa J. Penn, 4803 Oxen Court Mrs. Lillie M. WaUace, 1617-31st Avenue Mr. George W. Blake, 2131 Palmetto Street, formerly of 7924 Flower Avenue PUGHSLEY HOME 3402 26th STREET. As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired >PHONES AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffldo Ave & 28th St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine SerYicc =--ROGERS FUNE-RAL HOME PHONE 239-3101 Or 2584764 4605 34th Street LADY ATTENDANT "WE GIVE THE BEST FOR LESS." significant in stopping a late things better. rally by La Copa. He got a lot Immediately following the of help from his teammates, game a slam-dunk contest was Jerome Smith 18, Terrell staged Byron Mack of Jones 15, and Joe Burgess 14 La Copa was the win pts. Joe Burgess was named ner and his teammate Carl regular season MVP Jeter came in second. The judges for the slam-dunk conLa Copa from Clearwater test were Tampa Catholic was led by Carl Jeter with 22 coach Gordon Gibbons, TC points and Gary Jeter with 16 assistant coach Don Dziagwa, points. East Bay coach Winston At half-time a plaque was Davis, King coach Shake presented to Jesse Jackson and Washington and former his son, in memory of his wife Robinson and Vanderbilt All Fredricka Jackson. Fredricka American Harriet Brumfield. was a loyal supporter of this The R.S.B.L. will also be league and because of her mentioned in the 1986 edition trademark (pleasant per-of "In Your Face Basketball sonality) she always made Book." ., : l. .... ..... -Albany St ate Rams Hope To?, : ; j Repeat As Conference Champions eleven-game slate, 1' will equal greater for Smith and his assistants. ALBANY, GA The 1985 football season will be another exciting year for Albany State College, as the Rams go out to "It's going to be a ueme:n.: defend their Southern Inter' dous challenge because of the !" collegiate Athletic Conference e 1 even_ game s c he d u 1 e ; (SIAC) title. whereas, last year we played "There has been lots of ennine games allowing us to thusiam in spring drills from recuperate from injuries on winning the title and the our open dates," said Smith. I(J = -momentum seems to be carrying over," noted head Some 30 to 37 lettermen are coach Hampton Smith. expected to return to a = !!.. I = = I'D s "Winning breeds winning," ballclub which compiled a 7-2he added; and the "players 0 record last season, bringing seem to have a greater desire to Albany State College the g. to pay the price for success this School's first Southern Interseason." collegiate Athletic Conference :-Yet, optimism and a much football championship since 2.. o:.::,in:i:n:g.:.th:.:.e:.c:.;o:.:n:.:f.:er;.:e:n.:ce:.: I Cards' McGee Still Hot In .S Pursuit Of Batting Title ST. LOUIS -If there was ever any doubt St. Louis cen ter fielder Willie McGee is serious about winning the National League batting title, consider the month of August he's having: Prior to Thursday night's game in Houston, McGee was batting .452 for August ap proximately 100 points better than July (.355), June (.346) and May (.349). He batted "only" .297 in April. Since July he's played in 42 games and failed to get at least one hit only eight times. The longest dry spell was June 28-30 when he went hitless three consecutive games. He also had that problem in April, but he wasn't really starting for those three games because of a pulled hamstring. Even now, Willie is hampered by a sprained ankle but is still trying to play. McGee, on a hit ting streak, leads the NL with a .360 average and is slugging at a .518 clip. Frank's -ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 627-4034 Residential Commercial Fiitancine Arranged I Burglar Bars Railings FRA:'IIK L JOHNSON : Owner 1-'ire Escapes Stairways Weldings Ornamentals Licensed Insured Bonded Fre Home Security Tips 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.

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Ill) 00 to) f;l;) = f;l;) I f tl.l ;;; < Q tl.l f;l;) CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL AD DEPT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Experienced Plasterers Hair Stylist wanted. Comneeded. Call 985-5820. mission only. 837-8038 PRODUCTION ANT Assistant for WEDU. perienced in camera operation, lighting, ESS, chyron Par tt i m:A! ..;;r.1!i'J a g;'.iJO.r i a I, BABYSITTER $5.00/hour. lmmediafe,-openMature babysitter needed FOR SALE SANCHEZ GROCERY STORE FOR SALE 2910-22nd St. (corner of 19th Av., No.) preferred. Call Personnel, 2S3-2 7 3 6 or send resume to: ings., for males. or for toddlers, my home, partPersonnel 229 L 2939. So time (2-3 days a week), CarYBOR CITY FOR SALE HIGHLAND PINES 3 bedroom block home for sale. In brand new condition. 4509-24th Ave. ISLAND HARBOUR REALTY 251-3478 ;:;J l WEDU TV 1----.....,------"1 rolwood area. Must be HANDYMAN ... FOR RENT P.O. Box 4033 CRUISE SHIP JOBS! reliable. References required. 2/llSl2 Bird Ave., $11,000 1------------Great income potential. All Call 961 6897 i I I : I Tampa. Florida cash or terms. Owner finance, occupations. For information 33677-4033 call: ( 312 ) 742 8620 ext. 339 Call Herman, 248-6111 days EOE FOR SALE or 248-6256, eves. Jl...._ ___ _::::,_ ____ t-"":'--"""7'-:--:-:""":"-:'-:-":-t-:--:----:-::--:7.'1 TOM P. MARTINO, INC. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Experienced industrial Brand new 3/2, all 2018 E. 7th Avenue Tampa Bay Consortium for Painters needed. Sandblasting ameneties, carport, ch/a, 210 r-------------1 Business and Higher Educa-and spraying a must. Call Selma. $46,900. FHA HOMES I 1 bedroom/1 bath, fully furnished with eat-in kitchen, $50/week. Call 932-5580. SECTION 8 ONLY New 2 bedroom duplex, 8605 Alaska. 237-1371. p I I I tion '(State-funded Grant Ralph at 985-606 1. A-Investment Low down payment. Small througll USF). Requires BA 1-"!" ..... .. ..... -1----8-84_-_1_0_46 __ ':"'""_"1 monthly Quick oca------,. ""' .. Degree anCI 3 years of AY5)N., .'. : -. cupta. ncy c __ all .f:Or fre_.e ; i-n for, EFFICIENCY APT I I Pre-Christmas spec ia\ for a COUNTRY LIYI" N sional experience in education GO AREA' ma ton. : 1804 E ; Sth' "'veo' ue or: busines. s adminis.tra-limited time 'Join Avon Jor. .. ,; MAN VftERANS w' /!S .only. s s.oo Call An acre/quarter MOL. In, $110/ntonth : 237-1371. : I 1 lion/management including VA 0 money down, no : clos238 -7841 or 969-0206, leave eludes well, nice wooded area, a--'---------.. some community liaison ing cost. Fast occupancy. Free I f message name, phone number peace and quiet. For sale by f ,. SECTION 8 ONLY! responsibi aty. Pre er a m orma aon. and address. owner, $12,500. Good terms 0 Large 3 bedroom home, 811 Master's Degree in Business are a.vailable. Call today, WN A HOME FOR LESS E Conover. 237-1371. and Higher Education AdAre you clean cut, self 933-9157 or 621-4175. Ask for THAN RENT ministration and 5 years pro. d b' d Lorrie Underwood. 2,3 and 4 bedrooms, low fessional experience, 3 of motivate am thous an down payment. Free informa looking to move ahead? Want which include liatson respon3204. 24th Avenue bon. to own your own business? sibility between higher educa $200 DOWN/FHA TERMS WALT BREWER Parttime is Q.K. Call: Right .= tion and business. 3 bedroom block home(less REALTY Financial Service, 932-5580. 1 Send resumes to "Consorthan rent). Move i n today if 933-6621 CQ tium", University of South We are expanding in the Bay you qualify! 1 Florida, ADM 280, Tampa, Area and looking for 5 inISLAND HARBOUR REALTY CONTACT. CAL HOPKINS 1,;1 Fl. 33(l20. Deadline for apdividuals with management AL LATTER FOR THESE GREAT SECTION 8 ONL Yl 1 bedroom home, 3214 Lindell. 237-1371. 6 rooms for rent with yard. No pets. 677-7478. 2 bedooms, $220 month, 209 W. Gladys. 883-4373. I plications: September 11. ability. For information please 2S1-3478 :; 'VALUES' AT Equal Opportunity I Affir-call: Right Financial Service, 1-------------t 877-677T or' '248-6197 2 bedroom apt. for rent, ... ss_s_o_. ____ 3 BR's/2 baths, garage 2d 2304-12th St. Call 971-4966 or CHI A, dining room, 2500 sq. an re ngera or 1 c u e c 1 221-1525 after 4 p.m. "g The Southwest Florida Kitchen Help and Barmaids ft. and much more. Seller pay s ing fans-irr -tiving room. <" Water Management District is wanted. Split shift and regular closing cost. Drive by 4109 $32,000, approx. $1,600 to Section 8 only. 2 bedroom currently recruiting to fill the shift. Apply in person at the LaSalla St., then Sue Kirk move in. Possible assumption. home, 8015 N. lOth St. vacancies listed below: New Lounge, 614 N. Nebraska 885-7468, ofc.; 968-4714, DUPLEX IN SULPHUR SPR237-1371. BROOKSVILLE OFFICE Environmental Scientist 1 Personnel Manager Engineer 2 Public Communications Manager Water Resources Planner Basin Boards Administrator Sr. Programmer Analyst BARTOW OFFICE Maintenance Worker 2 Ave. home. INGS WANTED! BARGAINS OF THE WEEK Mature, experienced Country Living janitorial personnel for the This side of Plant City 3 Greater Tampa/St. Pete areas. bedrooms/2 baths, new roof, Positions open from maids / $45,000, down payment $500. Call today, Lorrie Under janitors to supervision. Exwood, Salesman, 621-4175. cellent pay and benefits. Full and part-time openings. Apply GARRETT REALTY Monday-Friday between 3 pm .,_ ____ 8 7 5_-4 8 6 5 ____ 1 & 6 pm at: ROYAL SERVICES 2907 N. Florida Ave. (Tampa) 273-9042 SEVEN SERVICES REALTY 626-7131 or' 685'-6204 $32,900. One unit has 1 bedroom / 1 bath; other unit has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. Good investment. SEMINOLE HEIGHTS 2 bedrooms / 1 bath, family room. large house and lot near park. House needs work done Buyer pays closing cost and owner will finance at $44,900. BUILDING LOT Near the river in the heart of town, corner lot, high & dry. $49,900. Make offer. PALM RIVER 2 bedroom Townhouse near public and private schools. $225/month; 503 Warren St., carpet, electric utilities. Nice neighborhood. 239-3584. 1st MONTH'S RENT FREE $200 Moves You lnl Limited time period Come grow with us! Spacious 2 bedroom unfur nished apt., electric ap pliances, security guard living on premises. 231-4745. 3 bedroom/2 bath house for To obtain an Employment Application or for further in formation on any of these Gordon Commee Real Estate Bkr. 4 bedrooms, 1112 baths, rent, or rent w/option to buy; AMBITIOUS? family room, niCe fenced yard fenced backyard, children and positions, please contact: t------------'1 Have You Considered A WE BUY HOMES on corner lot, $52,900. Possipets ok, $475 month plus Career In Real Estate? AND LOTS ble assumption. deposit. Sulphur Spring area. S.W.F.W.M.D., 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Fla. 33512, (904) 796-7211. An Equal Opportunity Employer. No experience necessary. ANY CONDITION DUPLEX IN HYDE PARK 273_ 0886 We will train you. Openings Grocery store and meat $55,000 One unit has 1 1-----------.... available now to complete our market w/3 additional apt. bedrom/1 bath, other unit has 2 bedroom duplex, stove, DIRECTOR OF staff. rentals, 1001 E. Columbus i bedrooms and 1 bath. In refrigerator, air, carpet, GOVERNMENTAL BAY AREA Dr., $135,000. good condition. burglar bars, 415 Fores j Ave t t-. INC. 4-1 Br apts. pills business, SIX ACRES.IN Very after .. :' tHONOT()SASSA ., un .. u 1., 1 Tompa, Fla. 33610 .. exh i a .' On _sR 579, c ony,enien t to;,,,, 'A .. .: ,Real Estate license required. C-2 R-2 universi. ., ath me, newly ,..and AA. $72 000 will divide 2 ty gove rnment relations prot-------------"'1 402 !\v. Palm. acreage. Owner financing. with a l e, 8508 Elmer S f. $ 325 grams. Minimum re-PROGRAM Rent-to-buy. BOARDING HOME per month plus deposit. Call quirements include a Master's COORDINATOR RESIDENTIAL LOTS Sixteen rooms presently 886-5006 or 685-7836. Degree in related discipline /CHILDREN RESOURCE CTR. Sell or will build to suit, rented for $100/month with and four years of progressive P IT. Position involving financing available w / good experience in educational adsupervising and coordinating credit. ministration/management (or service delivery in early 2 BR / 1 bath frame house, equivalent combination of childhood program. Ph.D, $250 /month. Rent-to-buy. training and experience). MA or BA in Psychology, This one won't last. Florida lobbying experience Social Work, Early Childhood Corner 23rd St. & 28th Ave. highly desirable. Experience or related fild plus 0-4 years 2 lots, R-3 zoning, water & with higher education also experience. Prefer applicants sewer available. Owner desirable. with knowledge of early motivated. Terms available. ;;... Send resumes to "Governchildhood delivery and ex-NEW ON MARKET ment Relations", University perience in community plano4-lBR apt. houses, rent r..t.l of South Florida, ADM 280, ing and development. $230 / month each. Reduced to Tampa, Fla. 33620. Deadline Apply: Hillsborough Com$76,000. Owner motivated. f-< for applications is September munity Mental Health Center, Call Lisa Rugotzke, Realtor potential for higher rent. Live in owners / managers quarters clean as a pen. $110,000 Good investment PutNumberl to work for you: A Bay Area Realty. Inc. 4508 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa Furnished rooms for rent 1216 12th Ave. Clean and reasonable, refrigerator, cook ing facilities. WEST TAMPA 3 bedroom house, rent w / option Just remodeled. Nice neighborhood. Call 248-6256, eves. Section 8 ok. 2908-22nd Ave. 2 bedroom duplex,call Dan ny, 873-3650; Joe, 988-2508; 11. Equal Opportunity/Affir5707 N. 22nd St., Tampa. Assoc., 626-7131, eves. ...... ............ ................ .... .. .. ...................... or Lou, 223-6567.

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CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL Fall Activity i A1 Taylor bedroom apt., $220 a month. 1 bedroom efficiency, $165/month. 949-3551. Room for rent, utilities paid. Employed male preferred,:. Call 251-4620 Concession .,,.Stand in rent. Call after 6:00 pm, 237-6632. PRIVATE INVESTORS Will consdider any situa tion. Homeowners only. 963-0565, days. ----------t 247-3581. 1 furnished and 1 unfurnishApt. for rent by week or 1------------1 Call 885-45lg, ed 2 BR apt. for rent, just remodeled. Call933-3147 after 7 p.m. or 933-1455, days. 1 and 2 ,bedroom apts for ...... _____ ....,. rent, s/c. I & M 1002 1 bedroom/1 bath furnished ------"""'"!----11 St. 258-5151. apt., $275/month. 254-4931. SECTION 8 APPROVED 2 bedroom apt. for rent. 2 bedroom/1 bath house Call 237-6985. -----------1 with large shady lot, Unfurnished 2 bdrm. $250/month. 932-2338. House, 1215 Kay Street. Clean and reasonable. 1 bedroom apt., a/c heat, $250/month, $150 deposit. 2 bedroom cement block Call Gary between 6 pm 10 503 E. FRANCES Apt. 3 1 bedroom apt. $165 month. 2714 JEFFERSON 1 bedroom apt., 190/month. Call ask for Leroy Smith. Train for SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test), Verbal -Math witb competent Professionals 971-5639. we buy Homes. Any Condi tion. Any Area. Tom P. Martino Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. 248 apt. for .rent, $185/month. pm, 879-5515. t-----------1 621-8151 after 5 p.m. 1-----------1 Rooms for rent, working We buy Homes and Lots Unfurnished 2 bedroom/1 people only. $35 per week. For Cash. -1 bedroom apt., living and bath apt., $150 Stop by 3 510 N. 1 1th, ANTHONY & dining rooms. 237-8637. deposit, nice yard. 117Vz S. Lake A ve., between 3 & 9 pm. ASSOCIATES -----------1Westland. Call 932-2338 or go REALTOR by nd see MISCE 6304 N. Nebraska Furnished rooms and apts. __ J Convenient location. V 237-5011 nice. 228-9538 Apt. and room for rent. 223-2181. REEVES 1 bedroom/1 bath efficiency apt., ale. kitchen appliances. __________ _...1 week free rent. $140/month. 1003Vz E. Emma St. Go by or call 237 .. 2537. 1 large 2 bedroom apart ment available. 254-3975. Apt. and room for rent. 223-2181. Nice clean rooms for nice PLUMBING, Co. For All Your Plumbing Needs 238-4348 LOW INTEREST MORTGAGES Call Us -We Can Help! ACCURATE MORTGAGE BROKER 14540 N. Florida Avenue. Call Alan, days, 963-0565; nights, 963-1956. Unfurnished 1 bedroom clean working people. apt., 2JOS-1Stb Ave. Clean pletely furnished and alit and reasonable. 238-3244. utilities paid. Please call _______ __; ...... 254-3975. 3 bedroOm bouse and more, Ybor City, 2612-18tb St. & WEST TAMPA Columbus Dr., $280/month Clean 1 bedroom duplex, or $75/week plus $280 $50/week, SUS security. deposit. 626-6562. 932-3077. Washers/Dryers .. Starting At Just $5.00. lsi Week's Rent Free Service 238-6461 HOTEL CALIFORNIA $40-$70 weekly. ceilingl----------1 4 bedroom house, $310/month, 304 E. Amelia. 883-4373. fans, game room, kitchen; 224-9722, 3302 Florida Ave. 2 bedrooms, $310; 1 FREE HAIR STYLING Relaxers, Color and Curl wanted. Hair styling by professionals. MONY TO LEND Mortgage Loans up to $15,000. !'lo Credit Checks. Tom P. Martino, Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th A,e Ph: 248-6111 We Buy. Land. An y Area Call Herman, 248-6111 or eves. 248-6256. Tom P. Martino Inc. Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. 248-6111 Craft Center Lap Loom Weaving begins on Sept. 9 and will be held each Monday 1-3:30 p.m. There is a fee of $7.50 plus materials. The class for adults and senior citizens will be taught basic techniques of weaving, making wall hangings, place and more. Several f lasses will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Beginni.hg Basketry, 1-3:30, no fee, mate.dills only; PotteryHandbuilding, 6-8:30 p.m., $8 plus materials. This class will learn the basic techniques handbuilding. Children's arts and crafts begin on Wednesday, Sept. '11 for one hour, 3:30-4:30. There is a 25 a week fee for children 6-17 to participate. Beginning chi'ldren's drawing starts on Friday, Sept. 13, 3:30-4:30. There is no charge. S2 message these young people have sent us is their optimism fl in the face of a problem that many -too many adults see as impossible to solve. Clara Singleton writes: "We all must lend a hand, and together we can conquer it!" is absolutely right. 2909 Jeffe.-son St., 1 bedroom, $265, 5401-07 E; bedroom funished apt., elecColumbus Drive; 2 bedrooms, NOTICE OF INTENTION. tric included, S 2 00/month $275, 1614-14tb Ave. No pet. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS I deposit required, 6 month' No children. 877-1955. .TRADE NAME .. ______ ...... ___ _. AUTO HOME LIFE Is It True You Can Buy N ti b lease. 229-7133 or 251-3610. -o ce IS ereby given fl_ WEST TAMPA FAST CLAIM SERVICE Jeeps for $44 through the U.S. the undersigned Wilford 3 b d RATES FOR GOOD AND Government? Get the facts to-y i 1::11' ROOMS FOR RENT e room house, rent BAD DRIVING day! Cal11-312-742-114l, Ext. oung ntends to register .:;-;;:;:.:: RECORDS 9914 '=.,.:ome&..ice, &' Avenue. Newly remodeled. 248-6256, eves. Section 8 ok. INSURANCE. Inc. with the Clerk of the Bathroom and kitchen 1----------.....jll MORTGAGE LOANS euit of Hillsborough : s451 No Credit Check! Florida Pursuant to g priVI eges. week plus Furnished 1 bedroom apt. HAMILTON AGENCY Tony Muniz, Jr. ""' $15.00 deposit required. for rent, 1 partly furnished 2 865.09, Florida Statutes, fll 253 2539 o 229 2939 1720 North Nebraska Ave. Qcensed Mtg. Bkr. thattbe undersigned intends -_-___ r __ -__ ___ _.bedroom apt. for rent. No 6304 N. Nebralka Ave. kids or pets. 128-9115. PHONE: 229-1879 engage in the business of 2 bedroom apt., w/w .;..1 sorting, folding, labeling stove and refrigerator 1-----------1 inserting at 6506 Reef provided, 2915 N. Highland 2 bedroom house for rent, tl Tampa, Fla. 33625. d Ave.,, $225/montb, $100 VJ.s:i ... t'iZ'"_ M .... 6il'JM4_,.,. ,.,;., Day HOUSES ale, $285/montb, water and 2 bedrooms, Uving and dinCirtkr IMMEDIATE RESULTS Pamela Young garbage paid 3216-48tb St ing rooms, kitchen, private 5 NO APPOINTMENT NEc'ESSARY Sole Owners 839-2842. yard, front porch. 3623-18th ---___ j ......,.;.3..,;;.;b..;.e .. d .. r_o_o_m_s_/_1_lf:_z_b_a_t_b_.. and 3310 Me Berry. 251-8646. 254.0604. niUvJ.a& auaifaUe 1716E.COLUMBUS Furnished 3 bedroom FurniShed apt. for rent, 2 Trailer in Seffner, kitchen !Trub:u
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BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor It was water settled as usual for most of Tampa's predominantly black com >" munities following this past began for weekend's scare of Hurricane since Tampa has been termhl Elena. Although the city was as "oveldue" for the effects ;.;J drenched with rain for a cou-of a storm. r ple of days, by Monday most Residents! homes in eastern of that water had drained off, Tampa (Belmont Heights) except for in areas where water were virtually dry. Even those settles with minimal rainfa:ll. who live on the eastern portion fll = 0 -...= -0 = I -.. While residents of St. of the river did not feel Petersburg and many in Tam: threatened by the storm. pa were swimming their way Water levels did rise from the back home, the most that the rainfall, but not enough to black conimunity had to do cause residents to leave their was clear'-away debris washed homes. Those who live on the up ne aft dt>orways and gather western portion qf the river limbs that were knocked off also saw the water level rise by heavY winds. but did not have to evacuate. The storm, however, gave the community a scare as Being close to the many scurried to grocery downtown community, which stores to stock up on the was flooded, residents in the necessary items in case the Tampa Park community were storm struck, taped and evacuated early Saturday, but boarded open glass windows most returned home before the and sought shelter with day was over. Also, those who relatives in the event some live in trailer parks were areas were evacuated. evacuated because of the It was Saturday morning threat of high winds that Eena before many residents even would bring. realized that weather forecasts Several churches chose to had predicted that Hurricane cancel services on Sunday Ehna would possibly strike because the threat of Elena west coast. But once hearwas still with us. By noon ing the news, preparations there were indications that the NAACP Official Marches For Freedom DETROIT "Like father, like son." Joe Madisoil; National Director of the NAACP Voter Education Depart ment and his six-year-old son, Jason, joined 2,500 demon strators at a recent "March for South African Freedom', in Detroit, Michigan. The NAACP bas announced plans for a 3,000-mile, coast to coast march calling for one man, vote in South Africa a.nd voter registration here at home. The march will begin in Los Angeles and culminate at the 1986 NAACP Convention in Maryland. ;.:;r. storm was moving away from the west coast and Tampa breathed a sigh of relief. It was a scary situation for a short time, but Tampa's black community weathered the storm, and now can be con sidered blessed, lucky or whatever other term you choose to describe the situa tion. Mrs. Nancy Andrews, wife of Dr. W. W. Andrews, said their Riverside Drive home was not harmed. However, water did come up to and cover their driveway. "Water covered the dock and the waterfront to the street and stood about a foot," she said. There was no water damage inside, but the couple did move their cars into the garage to keep them away from the water. She said they spent Monday clearing away the debris that had covered the driveway. i Mrs. Adell Dawkins said it early Saturday morning when police officers drove through Tampa Park Apart ments advising residents on a bullhorn to evacuate. She and her family spent that time with a daughter and family. She said they encountered no pro blems trying to get back home that night and found everything at home high and dry. Ms. Mildred Richardson said that her sister who r'isides in Columbus Court Apart ments also had to evacuate and went to her mother's residence to weathered the storm. At the insistence of her children, Mrs. Annie Hayes left her Progress Village home to visit with a son and his family. "I'm usually afraid when they start talking about storm," she said, "but for some reason, this one did not frighten me." She found things in order when she returned home on Sunday. Mrs. Mary Lowery, a hospital employee, said some of those who work in hospitals and nursing homes took their families to work with them and the hospitals and nursing homes made provisions and fed their children while they worked. Ms. Richardson also knows some hospital workers who said they (f_ eceived same treatment. < Important Information must own chase. financing for all sales. These properties may contain violations. Please contact a realtor of your choice to see or bid on any of the .properties listed. PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE FOR CASH, WITHOUT WARRANTY, IN ;THEIR "AS-IS" CONDITION AND ARE ELIGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS. HUD reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any infer: mality or irregularity in any bids Bids will not be accepted directly from a bidder. All bids MUST BE sub mitted through a real estate broker. :HUD will p,ay a portion of the closing costs if requested in oHer to pur-NEW LISTINGS LISTING '30, 1985 TAMPA Case No. 093-206509 093-213981 Address 6509 Clifton, W. 14102 Winslow Place Price 42,000 60,000 BR/Bath 3 / 1.5 3 / 2.5 All sealed and identifiable bids on above properties must be date stamped in the Tampa HUD office by 4:15 pm, September 9, 1985. The Bid Opening date at the Tampa HUD office on this offering is 9:00 am September 10 1985. EXTENDED LISTINGS. Properties list ed below are available until sold or relisted under 10 day sealed bid period: TAMPA 093-217647 8614 9th Street, North 20,950 2 / 1 093-202121 311316th St 23,250 3 / 1 093-205161 6204 41st Street 20, 300(LBP) 3 / 1 093-213210 1007 E Bay St N (Duplex) 31,900(LBP) 3 / 1-2 / 1 093 199075 16020 Dawn view Dr 53,650 2 / 1.5 093-201987 10103 Enchanted Oaks 43 850 2 / 1 93-224472 1009 Genessee St. E. 39,500 2 / 1 093-199719 4006 Idlewild 20,000(LBP) 2/1 093-202378 3011 Jefferson St. 21, 400(LBP) 3 / 1 l 093-220886 14317 Knoll Ridge Dr. 63 000 3/2 093-194770 3711 Meadowbreeze Dr. 38,000 2/1 "' 093-205851 9220 Patterson Street 27,900 2/1 093-218641 4307 Walis Place 46,000 512 093-222274 321 West Street 25 000 2 / 1 093-220520 815 Woodlawn Ave. W. 30,000(LBP) 3 / 2 LAKELAND 093 204899 3206 Old Tampa Road 25,400 211 LUTZ 093-204342 1957 Gregory Drive 50,000 2/2 093-211323 538 Windjammer Circle 59,900 3 / 2 SEBRING 093-213835 110 Virginia Ave. 32,500 3 / 1 WAUCHULA 093-204563 35 Chamberlain Blvd. 12,700 3/1.5 (LBP) Indicates $500 escrow deposit for elimination of lead base paint hazard. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY HUD DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 700 TWIGGS STREET TAMPA, FLOR.OA _BEFORE. YOU VALUE YOUR INJURY ... CONTACT FRED. I.. BUCKINE A -ttorney At Law Persona/Injury & Wrongful Death FREE Consultation By Appointment Evenings And Weekends 711 N. FLORIDA AVE. SUITE 225 TAMPA, FL 33602 (813) 223-2044

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........................ ........ Judge Hastings 'Spellbinding' Grocer's Son Three People Shot, One In Speech To Cops Guilty In Death Fatally, Over The Weekend Of Watts ifeen MIAMI Mixing sociology with sermon, U.S. District Judge Alcee Hastings looked a group of police of ficers in the face last Tuesday and told them they are failures. He said they should be ready to lose their jobs. "Police and prisons have not been effective in curbing antisocial behavior," Hastings in an hour-long, spell D>Inu1mg speech to more than attending a convention of National Black Police "Those in jail are deterred. those still on the street see void and fill it," Hastings "We have to recognize failure and improve on it," cularly with juvenile There are only 4,000 more men and women in American colleges than there are in U S. prisons, he said. The solution is to "move LOS ANGELESThe son beyond your profession If -. ?f who you only attention for yourselves, you become of gang terronsm was hackneyed, set in convicted Thursday of. volun your ways," he said. tary manslaughter m the He urged the to stop shootmg that sparked the attalking to each other and seek tacks. out new people, psychologists, James Hawkms_Jr 40, had preachers, sociologists, to take been charged wtth second what he called police "comdegree murder m the death of passion and decency" and put Thomas, 19. He had it to equally effective use in the was ac legislatures, city councils and killed struggle the courts as lawyers. m front of the famtly s grocery "The most boring thing I do store. is go to judges' meetings and death on 8_ept. 11, talk about judging. War 1983, two of stories. Who needs it? gang .retaliation agatnst the "Take risks. And taking home and store. risks may mean you lose that by patnarch Hawkms chicken job you Sr .. a prornment Wa!ts have," he said. busmessrnan, the famt_Iy He called police and refused to from tts teachers, both earning ah horne average $17,000 a year, T.hetr. phght .recetved "thoroughly underpaid." He pat!onwtde attention and told his audience to use its pratse. But when 17 members According to police reports, Charles Hawkins 47, 914 E. Lake Ave., and Roger Ran dolph, 41, 9402 Margaret St., were drinking and playing cards at 1601 E Columbus Dr. early Saturday morning, Aug. 31. But by 4 a.m., Hawkins was fatally shot with a gun which was strapped to Randolph's leg, police spokesman Johnny Barker explained Hawkins was dead at the scene. Ran dolph, who was picked up by police officers at 1710 Tampa St., was arrested and charged with murder. According to Barker, the suspect allegedly pulled the gun from under his pants leg while seated. It is not known what caused the shooting. Later on that afternoon, ac cording to police reports, Danny McGant, 22, 1210 N. 12th oo St., was arrested and charged with attempted murder. He allegedly shot two men. after an altercation broke out at 1252 E. Harrison Ave. Barker stated that Kevin !M Johnson, 20, 3510 20th St., ...,. Apt 135, was shot once in the neck : The bullet exited from the back of his head, causing minor injuries. The victim was admitted into St. Joseph's Hospital. Dwayne Wynn, 25; 3709 25th St., Apt. 522, was also shot in the neck, Barker further explained. The bullet entered near his right ear, shattered the spinal cord, exited at the base of the skull. Wynn is in condition St. Joseph's Hospital. The alleged ruckus began 5:30p.m. Police Officer Nabbed Sexual Assaults Is For Fired skills in communications and of the street were According to police entrepreneurial capacities and pros.ecuted the spokesman Johnny to "give it up" when it comes famtly,, new 1 ?forrnatton sur : former Tampa Police OffiCe-:. to security of an eight-hour faced m testtmony that led Darrell Barnard Daniels, 22, ( ,'o I I rl' day. to charge was frred last week after a Hastings spiked his speech Hawkms Jr. disciplinary hearing. as the Hyatt Regency hotel The prosecution contended Daniels was arrested last with humor profanity street the gun belonged to the month and charged with one argot and ;ven pro younger !'fawkins that he count of sexual battery. He only to rivet his audience to fetched It froi? his camper allegedly ordered a young coutheme: that society before confrontmg Thomas pie to perform sex acts in front nse or fall duty, all of us are keepers of of him All of us are Citizens on the peace," he said. "We shall '-... Hillsborough County Jail Officials stated that Daniels has been released on $10,000 bond. THEFTS :; Ms Frankie Jeanne Bap-&"'0 .. 1' tiste, 24, 302 W. Ross St., \- ct.. reported to police that an r. 'il unidentified suspect fled the "' if!\ :; A scene at the same location with -- two necklaces valued at $775. I The rnerchandise was I IF YOU WOULD LIKE THE reportedly taken from a desk I FLORIDA SENTINELBULLETIN : overcome, not I shall overDELIVERED TO YOUR HOME EACH I that, he calt1 WEEK, PLEASE FILL O UT THE 1 edhirnselfa"walkingstatistic on crime in the ghetto." I SUBSCRIPTION BLANK BELOW I The experience caine not as I I a robed .federal judge for life I SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE DELIVERED BY I year, but as 1 1 MAIL ONLY. 1 1 He said the apartment he shares with his mother in Fort I h 0 J 1 y 0 1 3 I Lauderdale has been broken top in the bedroom. According to police reports, an unidentified suspect fled the scene at 1105 E. Kennedy with $300 in cash. The money belonged to Ms. Catherine Brooks, 42, 11727 N. 14th St. Two known male suspects, according to police reports, trespassed into Ozell Harrison's, 24, backyard, located at 2334 Main St., and fled the scene with a Pit Bull Dog valued at $500. Two trowel machines, valued at $ 650 and belonging to Macon Davis, .31; 6208 N. 22nd St., were taken by an unidentified culprit who unlawfully entered into the victim's backyard, police reports stated. I 6 Mont s n Y $ 17 ear n Y $ 1 1 into seven times, he has had 1 1 cars stolen three times, twice It was reported to I from church, and he has been that k ul 't fled 1 CIRCULATION DEPT. Subscriptions ay Moll an un nown c pn 8 3363 I held up on the street on three the scene at 3039 38th St. with 1 P 0 oll Poyoble In Advance, Enclose occasions. I Tampa. Flo 33601 Money Order Or Check I He also reminded his au1 1 NAME 1 1 dience frequently exploding Oarence E. Shorter, 21, I ... with laughter, applaUse and 38th St. 1 ADDRESS .A.PT 1 I nodding in agreement that : 1 CITY ST A Tf ZIP_ 1 he had been tried and acquitThree unknown suspects flC'l I (No lllunds Givn On Su!;mipfions) I ted in 1983 of charges of ed the scene at 4511 E. t'Pl I IF SENTINELS ARE NOT SOLD WHERE YOU SHOP, PLEASE I soliciting a bribe. Hillsborough Ave wi ::l I I "I faced and stared this $1,000 in cash and a 14 karat <: ASK THE.ft'ANAGER IF THE STORE WILL CARRY THE SENTINEL roi., I TO ACCOMMODATE THEIR CUSTOMERS. I system in the eye," he said. "I gold chain valued at : 1 was not born a judge. But 1 which belonged to.. ..., II FOR SERVICE CALL THE CIRCULATION DEPT. I was born a man, and nobody Rodney Gr.-.ce;"' n, (113) 248-1921. J is going to take that away Ashland Dr., according to ::c L from me. -police r eports. := ..... _____________________________ ...

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