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NAACP Dir.: 'We All The News Fit To Print FLORIDA entinel ,.rl ullefin 35 AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY ... ...... "--110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Published Every Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 81 TAMPA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1985 PRICE 35 CENTS 17Year-Old Saves Her Niece's Life \ ... (SEE STORY ON PAGE 2) 2 Women Found Dead (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23) FELLOWSHIP DAY OBSERVED AT ZION HILL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH The large number of visitors at Zion Hill African Methodist Episcopal right, Joevida Byrd, who introduced the speaker; Evangelist Joy Byrd, Ann Church Sunday were present for the annual observance of Fellowship Day. Porter, who read the scripture; Jerri Hill, decalogue; and Geraldine Blanco, the Evangelist Joy Byrd was the 11 A.M. speaker. Joyce Felton presided. Program benevolent offering monologue. participants pictured with the pastor, Rev. Walter L. Turner, included, left to


.. ...... .. .. .... .. .. .. : A Glance Back In The Sentinel Teen Saves The Life Of Her 14-Month Old Niece .... When LaTonia Bunkley BY PATTY ALLEN ex: BY PATTY ALLEN, Sentinel Staff Writer d h Senta'nel Staff Wn'ter dicated that the Fire Depart ment's Rescue Team gave the young lady high compliments. rllil foun er 14-month old niece = 10 y A 20 y A floating motionless in the ears go ears go family's West Tampa swimmSept. 9, 1975 Sept. 11, 1965 ing pool on Saturday at noon, she remembered the most imrn Crowds attending the Miss Julie Arline, Miss portant rule in case of. organizational meeting of the Beatrice Mis5;;Ruby emergencies. Do not panic. Tampa NAACP discussed Lee Davis, Herbert Dixon, Instead, the 17-year-old rn reopening the case of Larry Mrs. Gardner, and Mrs. senior at Leto High School Murphy, a slain 16-year-old Ruby 'J. Hopldns were among calmly pulled Cherosia EoWest Tampa youth. A letter, the new teacnersj_qjl)ing PrinBunkley's lifeless body from -= = I c "CC IS: < = "; -= sent by Tampa NAACP Presicipal J. W. Lockhart at Col, the pool .and began ad-dent Matthew Gregory to lege Hill Elementary School. ministering Cardio-Vascular Hillsborough County AtMrs. Lois Bentley and Mrs. Pulmonary Resuscitation torney E. J. Salcines, asked Rose Williams were among (CPR). Within a minute, the that the case be reopened 7,000 fans who enjoyed James young girl was breathing because there was a witness to Brown's performance at the again. the incident. Reportedly, Ft. Homer Hesterly Armory. "After I pulled her out of Murphy was shot four times Little Kathy Kinsey, the the water I checked her and killed on the morning of 21-month old granddaughter breathing, and checked to see Aug. 7, as he stood on the cor-of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie P. if she was moving," explained ner of Buffalo Ave. and 22nd Hall, enjoyed the Labor Day the resident of 1729 W. Cherry St. Officer W A. Gasparino celebrations with a special St. "When I saw nothing, then stated that the youth lunged at outing in the park. I started CPR." him with a large knife, causing Big Charlie McCauley, who him to shoot. The victim's played right guard for Midmother, Mrs. Corine Murphy, dleton High, geared up for the' stated that her son was unable season opener against Orlan to provoke anyone with a do's Jones High. He was en knife. couraged by Assistant Coach Gov. Rubin Askew anAbraham Brown. nounced his plans to seek par don for Freddie Pitts and Wilbert Lee, the two men tried twice and convicted of the 1%3 murders of two gasoline station attendants in the Florida Panhandle. The gover nor's decision was based on Curtis Adams, Jr.'s reconfes sion of the crime. Adams was already serving a life sentence in Florida State Prison for a similar crime, committed on AQg. 16, 1963. Chief Master Sgt. Johnnie Johnson, a former Tampan, received the Certificate of Retirement after 28 years of service in the U.S. Air Force. Johnson is the son of Mrs. Pearl J. Mobley. His wife, Delores, is the daughter of Ms. Dorothy S. Boger. 30 Years Ago Sept. 10, 1955 Mrs. Sweetrix Larry Williams received her Master of Education degree in Guidance, Administration and Supervision from Florida A&M University. Her thesis was "A Suggested Program for Gifted Children in the Public Schools of Hillsborough County". She was also accepted into the National Honor Society of Education, Kappa Delta Pi. Attending an informal party honoring Mr. and Mrs. William Epps were: Mrs. Jacquelyn Mohr, Wilton Sweeting, Millie Rodriguez, Atty. Francisco Rodriguez According to Vera Boman, .of 1730 W. Cherry St. and the Neighborhood Watch Coor dinator, "It is remarkable to get this training, and remember it and apply it. This child did a remarkable job." Bunkley stated that she had three years of training both at Webb Jr. High School and at Leto. CPR was part of her studies in Health. When asked if she was scared, the teenager quickly responded "no. She just simply remembered what had to be done. "It's not difficult to learn CPR," she said: ."For every breath (who hosted the party for his niece, Mrs. Epps, who is the former Miss Sylvia Rodriguez), Clifford Webb, Reginald .,asteur, Josephine Brodie, Ansel Acosta, Thelma Cole, Mikolean Adams, and Don C. Williams. First Hat Show Will Celebrate Millinery's Fourth Anniversary c For the first time since the BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor cities in search of hats. "I always used to try and get parttime work in the hat shops around town,'' the former 8-year community service worker under Charles Davis at the Community Action Agency states "'"'"'r to her shop opened four CIS, ago on October 31, Mrs. Florence James, owner of LaFlorence Millinery and Flower Shop, will host a fall preview of the lastest creations in fall hats and dress "It's getting near the fall and people always call and want to know what are the new colors and styles in hats and dresses," Mrs. James said of her reason for hosting the event. Those who attend will also have an opportunity to find out how to coordinate the hats and colors. "There are some really nice looks for the fall," she states. Mrs. James said she did host a hat show for the Lily White Society, about two years ago, but this is the first show she has had on her own. The show will be held Saturday, Sept. 14, at Kid Mason Recreation Center, 1101 Jefferson St., and will present men's and ladies' hat and dress fashions. Two hats will be given away during the 6-10 p. m. show. One of her sons, Reggie the D. < J.; will be in charge of music; =MRS. FLORENCE JAMES and the show will be narrated by Brenda Marshall and Ber tha Randolph. "I have so many supporting customers," she said, "and I just want to show them some appreciation by giving them the best show I can." She admits that most of her customers are church w9men, but there are many others, also. Mrs. James says she has always been a lover of hats and has traveled to several The late Eleanor Harrell who owned the Hat Box in St. Petersburg is the person who encouraged Mrs. James to open a hat shop of her own. "God was the reason she took a liking to me ... and I just can't describe the relationship we had. I was worried about opening up and she said to me 'Florence don't worry. Everything will be alright.' She donated hat racks, bags, boxes so many things I needed to open up. A gentleman in Ruskin donated three showcases" and Mrs. James has continued to add to her beginnings. Mrs. James' hat shop was the first to open ed after Adorable Hat Shop closed. Mrs. Harrell died last Sep tember and Mrs. James has missed those Wednesday mor (Continued On Page 3) resuscitation), you give two compressions to the chest. Then you stop and listen. "You should not panic, and you should keep a steady pace and constantly check the pulse," Bunkley added. "You have to stop, look, and listen, but keep doing CPR. Don't stop_, until the person is breathing." Boman and Bunkley in"They said I did a good job, it was good that I was here and it was good I knew CPR," Bunkley stated. "The Fire Department also said that if I had not been here, she would not be living." 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.. ................................................................ NAACP Educational Director Says Tampa Navyman Joins Crewmen Black People Must Get Together sonar Tour BY PATIY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Africa," Madison told the enClass Roderick S. Evans, a thusiastic crowd at the First crew member aboard the USS Baptist Church on Willow McCandless (FF-1084), recentAccording to Joe Madison, National Director of the NAACP's Voter Education Department, "I come by Tam pa to deliver a strong and sincere message," for black people in South Africa and in this country. conditions for blacks. Tampa Ave. "We want integration of ly completed a North Atlantic was the first to kick-off the napower, responsibilities and deployment which included tiona! effort with a ":in&.;J:Ch port visits in West Germany, from Riverfront Park to the -1:'Mad1son dwelled on the Denmark, Scotland and First Baptist Church of West situation in South Africa only England. Tampa. ':' briefly. In Kiel, West Germany, Madison was in town on Friday to help launch a nation wide NAACP protest against apartheid, and against poor "We will not taccept "All we're doing today is "Big Mac" was the United tokenism, not here in America sending love," he stated. States Navy representative at nor for them in South. "We are concerned because Kieler Woche '85 (Kiel Week), The crowd lines up at Riverfront Park, preparing to march to the First Baptist Church of West Leading the marchers were L. Anthony Collins, Commis sioner Rubin Padgett, Joe Madison, Atty. Kaydell Wright, and Tampa NAACP Branch President Bob Gilder who is pushing the event's mascott, Kristen Collins. The Eastern U.S.A. Florida Singers from left to right An thony Collins, Paul Johnson, and Elaine Hopkins-sang their recently recorded song "Tampa Florida Sends Love" CHILD CARE CENTER Now Accepting Applications For Child Enrollment SATURDAY & SUNDAY 5:30a. m. til6:00 p.m. of the injustice and inhumanian annual International ty against our people there," Maritime Celebration and Madison explained. "Twenty Sailing Regatta, held June and 30 years ago, we looked 21-30. Thousands of sailing RODERICK EVANS like South Africa does today. crafts, ranging from windBut we're here to say that like surfers to triple-masted segregation, apartheid is on its schooners, participated in the tended the 102 year-old Baltic deathbed." festival, in addition to an imseaport festival, hosted by the JOE MADISON pressive display of naval warGerman government, the ships from 12 nations, open of Kiel, the state of Schleswig for public Holstein anl:l the German ar During the ten day period, my and navy. an estimated 6,000 people Other ports visited by "Big toured the McCandless. Mac" were Aalborg, Den Several social functions, in. mark, Edinburgh, capital city eluding receptions and dinners of Scotland; Holy Loch, for senior military and Scotland; and Portsmouth, diplomatic officials, were held England, returning to the onboard. United States Naval States in late August. personnel attending included Petty Officer Evans is the Admiral Wesley L. husb,and of Lucinda M. McDonald, Supreme Allied Evans, Chesapeake, Virginia Commander, Atlantic, and and the son of Naomi and Vice Admiral Robert F. Willie Evans, Tampa. He is a Schoultz, Deptuy '75 graduate of C. Leon King Madison supports economic Commander-in-Chief, United High. Mr. and Mrs. Evans sanctions against South States Naval Forces Europe. visited their son upon his Africa. Crew members joined other return trip. His main message to the sailors from various countries The McCandless, com-gathering of both old and in sporting events and other manded by Commander young was togetherness. social functions such as food William A. Gaffney, USN, is Madison reminded the peoin the International Market an anti-submarine warfare ple that we here in and drink in the Bavarian beer frigate homeported in Nor have not gained full equity He tent. Over 200 000 people folk, Virginia. compared the political climate -----_ _... ........... """'"" __ ....,_....;. _______ -11 to Michael Jackson's famous First Hat Show Will Celebrate dance step, the moonwalk. "The political moonwalk is Millinery's Fourth Anniversary the art of giving the impres sion that we are going forward when we are really going backwards." The National Director of the NAACP's Voter Educa tional Department pointed out that negative images of black people are still portrayed on television, and that there is a high number of "unmar riageable black men because of unemployment and in carceration. "The solution is unity, we have got to come together," he emplored the marchers. "We must come together and recognize where our strength is and it's with our people. "I remind you brothers and sisters," Madison stated, AHAIRSHOW PRESENTATION By John "CHINO" Fernandez Dlr. of State of tor 'rnondea r-roflwtl Sept. 29 7 P.M. Sheraton Hotel $7 Introducing The: (Continued From Page 2) ning breakfasts in St. Pete ("she couldn't drive") where the two ofthem would discuss the latest fashions, work out orders, take trips to surround ing cities to purchase hats, and other business aspects. "She was an advisor," Mrs. James says. Constantly giving the praises to God for the bless ings he has bestowed upon her, Mrs. James says the joy of her salvation is working for the Lord. She is a member of "you will now find strength in the Republican Party, the Democratic Party, or in the Independent Party, but in each other." He further explained, "We have got to get a new attitude and a new philosophy. Leader ship, which is in love with humanity and justice, must emerge from the community. We have got to go forward." Tampa NAACP President Bob Gilder seemed to be pleas ed with the turnout of pro testors. "I truly believe from the shall overcome," he told the New Salem P. B. Church, a Sunday School teacher, assis tant supervisor of the R. H. Howard Young Adult Choir, member of the Senior Usher Board and the Ellen Benjamin Chorus of New Salem. Her husband, Kent James, has worked close by her side and her three sons have been encouraging. Her father Johnny Watson, ran the shop for her when she first opened, and her Aunt Marie Jett delivered flowers. Bessie Lewis is a salesperson at the shop, and a new addition is Stephens who is about hats and flower rangements. "My experiences with Lord have been great. people wouldn't believe me I'd tell them what the Lord has done for me. But I know that prayer is the key to everything and when I enter these doors every morning I pray and thank God for the shop, let ting me have this shop and for letting me work in His shop." > = Q. .. I = = :r '35 A Week For Futher Information Call: FeJ"nandi?Z Latin A ..,,,.."'.n"' Spanish Curl & Spanish Perm. Wine Hor D'Oeuvres bottom of my heart that we marchers at the church. 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Not only was this one of the largest music acquisi tions by an individual, but it suggested that young Jackson, who has been the target of numerous stories indicating that he is more child-like than mature artist, may have the making of a shrewd businessman who is going to be a major influence in his field. His new firm controls copyrights to 40,000 songs. These include most of the classics written or per formed by the Beatles. In short, the company, one of the world's top 15 publishers is going to be mak ing big bucks for a long, long time. We also like it that Jackson wasn't running around the world boasting about what he was doing. In fact, he seems to keep his business pretty much to himself. Most of the world dido 't know he was busy making that multi-million dollar short movie for Disney until the project was far along. Michael Jackson has been called a genius for his writing, singing and dancing. Certainly, one big deal does not make Jackson an entertainment world genius. It doesn't even prove that he still doesn't have some growing up to do. But on the basis of his progress thus far, Michael Jackson could be headed for entertainment business world heights few others have attained. And that's the kind of thriller black America needs more of. Tampa Fire Explorer Open House Sept. 10 Institutional Racism In America Too often when the word racism is used to describe the social, economic, and political conditions in America, the thought often prevails that one is saying the white majority population, to the most minute number, is prejudiced toward Black people. That, my friends, may well not be true. Observing America's population in general, we see many practices going on bet ween the races which refute wholesale racial prejudice against Blacks. Racial prejudice among and between students in these southern desegregated schools is fast being eliminated. Just living and learning in the same environment has been a (Part One) positive experiment. Desegregated neigh borhoods, especially among middle and lower income people, have seen the typical prejudice of old greatly minimized. Socially, white and Black couples are seen more fre quently today than could even be imagined yesterday. People seldom noticed anymore that inter-racial dating and marriage was a taboo once forbidden. Then, why the charge of racism? Does racism and racial prejudice mean the same thing? No, they do not! Such is where the confusion lies. Racism differs from racial prejudite in that racism is an William Raspberry .. I Violence ln South Africa Will Get Worse institutional concept, where racial prejudice is an in dividual, personal attitude. To understand racism, one must first comprehend the word, institutional. In stitutional racism and racism means one and the same thing. Often and approximately, the words should be used together institutional racism. Institutions are stable social arrangem ents through which power is created and exercised to control or impact upon members of society as a whole. Some common institutions are family, school, church, government (including city councils, county commissions, school boards, state legislatures, congress, mayors, governors, president, courts and judges, etc.); economic in stitutions (including businesses, labor unions, banks, corporations, small businesses, etc.) The aforementioned in stitutions can be categorized into th1=ee broad facets social, political, and economic. Social institutions do not carry the impact affect ing people as do the political WASHINGTON-When it as the quislings are out of the and economic institutions comes to South Africa, it is way, the anti-apartheid Family, church, and socialgetting harder to distinguish revolution can truly begin. But cultural functions are more between what actually is hapwhile that may be what a lot of personal and people are pening and what one would us would like to see happen, generally left alone to manage like to see happen. there is dismayingly little their own. However, let us not For instance, since South evidence that it is in fact hapbe confused, such institutions Africa is richly deserving of pening. are affected by the political revolution, there is a strong There are others here who and economic structures of temptation (among those who would like something quite society. The income and sympathize with that country's different to happen in South wealth of people impacts oppressed majority) to read Africa and who, as a consetremendously upon the family 'the current unrest as at least quence, read the actual events and general social structure. the beginning of righ teous to reflect that wish. The Rev. E co no mica II y a n d revolution. But is it? Jerry Falwell, for instance, politically speaking, those who One paragraph of a recent finds it difficult to believe that control government and comnews story raises the point: white anti-communist Chrismerce exercise institutional "Two white men were killed tians (which is how the ruling power over all. Those who and two others badly injured regime sees itself) could be so control city councils, county The Tampa Fire Explorers Tampa Fire Explorer Post will _last night by a crowd returning ruthlessly and uncompromis commissions, school boards, Post will be having an open be helcl on Tuesday, Septemfrom a mass funeral outside ingly committed to continuing state legislatures, congress, house for young adults inber iO, 7 p.m., at the Tampa the port city of East London. their race-based oppression of mayor's offices, and goverin learning about a Fire and Police Training CeoThe victims were only the third the black majority So he norships, as well as the in the fire service. ter, 116 S. 34th Street. This and fourth whites to die in a makes himself beleive that the presidency exercise inAs a Fire Explorer, young "firstnighter" is open to year of political violence that Botha government is funstitutional power. They enand women ages 14 io 21 anyone interested. Parents are has claimed about 675 black damentally reformist and force, make, and interpret the have the opportunity to welcome and encouraged to lives." would shortly establish a just law for all in society. The exobserve and participate in fire attend. What kind of revolution is it society if only the internatent to which almost all such department work on a first-The Post meets every when the oppressed do virtualtiona) community weren't governmental institutions are hand basis. There will be inTuesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p m. ly all the dying, and when the quite so pushy and the natives virtually populated by whites, struction in fire behavior and at the training center. The only oppressors are more concernquite so restless. racism and white racism mean extinguishment, first aid and cost is a five dollar registration ed over the status of their cur-President Reagan's the same thing when the rescue, and fire prevention fee. rency than the safety of their preference (and therefore his reference is to the United and investigation, among Come and see what fire experson? interpretation of events) is for States. The extent to which other topics. ploring is all about! Of course the argument his policy of "constructive decisions made by these inc:.:: Classroom training will be For more information, and could be made that a good engagement" to pay off. He stitutions almost always img put to use in field exercises, to reserve a place at the open many of the blacks who have will acknowledge that apar-pact negatively against 'and fire department and house, please contact Inspecdied were suspected informers theid is wrong, but he insists America's Blacks, justify the """ community service. tor Betty Coleman or Todd and collaborators killed by on seeing the present violence charge of institutional racism. The open house of the at 225-5724. other blacks, and that as soon (Continued On 21) (To be continued). .................................................................................... ..


FROM THE GRASS ROOTS Clarence Pendleton: While there are many States, is that unlike America, similarities, the system or white South Africa con apartheid as institutionalized stitutionalized apartheid as a The Black Against Progress in South Africa differs in some principle of government. ... significant ways from racial Racial segregation as a prins; The great pleasure in wat ching Clarence Pendleton, Chairman of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, is that you can never tell what he's likely to say next. Sometime ago, Pendleton made headlines by denouncing the idea of "comparable worth," paying women and men the same for jobs of equal value. It's "probably the looniest idea since Looney Tunes carne on the screen," Pendleton declared. Con sequently, the Reagancontrolled Commission voted down the doctrine of cornparable worth last April 11. Speaking in Albany, New York and at Cornell Univer sity in late July, Pendleton exhibited his rhetorical grace again. The Black Republican was asked whether there was a need for a Civil Rights Corn mission, which was established in 1957 to monitor civil rights. Couldn't Congress block future appropriations to the Commission? Pendleton replied: "Sure they can. Not a bad idea, either.'' When pressed by one re porter later, Pendleton ex plained that the Commission HER VIEW Blacks Are Moon-Walking There are many organizations that are working_ diligently to help blacks achieve first class citizenship and to become involved in controlling their own economic and social destiny. Thest. organizations have been responsible for bringing about much change and progress, but their work all too often ap pers to be in vain. While organizations are out there working to help black folks raise their standards of living, many are hampering any progress by doing what Michael Jackson called the moon walk. While blacks may appear to be going forward, they are really going backwards. We look at the fact that blacks can now go to the best of schools, the best of hotels, the best of restaurants and live in the finest neighborhoods and we say blacks have come a long way. In reality that is not true. Still too many still think, talk, walk and act "Ghettoish". Thirty years ago, blacks were killing each other on Fri day and Saturday nights over either wine, women or a two gambling debt. It is worse today, because blacks gotten involved in drugs. we kill each other seven a week over drugs. Thousands of dollars are each day by black families burglars. In every case, burglars are black and usually live right in the neighborhood. It is the same old story of blacks, who in cases cannot afford to anything stolen from them. Black folks were running around singing "black is beautiful" and "black power". It was said that blacks had finally become awaie of their blackness and at fast was proud of it. That my friend was like anything else with black people, just a pass ing fad. Blacks soon forgot about their African Heritage, pulled off their afros and went back to the straight hair look and using their bleaching creams for their skins. One look at the voter registration rolls of this county and one would think that is progress. There are more registered voters who are black than ever before in history. Yet the majority of those voters feel that either there is no need to vote or they don't know for what to vote. So many blacks who vote today are really robots who are voting the way somebody else tells them to vote. We have blacks representing us on all levels of government locally. I am very proud of that fact as progress. But, it really isn't. What we have is our token of one sitting in every judicial or legislative chamber and that_is it. That's not progress that's tokenism designed to lull blacks into a false sense of security. We need more than one represen. segregation as it developed in ciple was not exactly etthed in _, nught not be necessary after thls natl'on. Whl'le bo'th were h stone m t e constitution of the November, 1989, when it is developed for racial reasons, U.S. Then, too, under the scheduled to expire by law. "If to comprehend the difference American system, there there's nothing more to study the unique political situations existed a free Black corn-if our mandate has must be exam1ned. In h' h d satisfied; then why leave the America, whites out-mumty w IC vote and exer-commission around?, cised the First Amendment Pendleton said. numbered Blacks while in rights of protest as offered to But surely, with the South Africa, Blacks, all Americans. Such basic national problems of racism, numerically, are dominant. rights are not prevalent in the women's inequality, anti-Such would allow America's political system as structured Semitism and other forms of racism to develop with a in South Africa. social intolerance still existing, degree of credibility under the Historically, \ the world has certainly some .:sort of public disguise of democracy, a soseen America make great agency must serve as a concalled democratic republic. strides in soiJing its racial science on civil rights? However, in the case of South dilemma. From the Civil War Pendleton is not a man who Africa, any fashion of of the 1860s through the Civil minces words: "l don't hap-democratic flirtations Rights Movementin the 1960s, ll!j Sill pen to believe that the governrecognizing suffrage of just a America has been constantly rnent owes me anything just seginent of the Black African on the move. However, sadly because my ancestors were community would have been the world has not witnessed a slaves. 1 think it's paid that impractical. Therefore anything suggesting racial ; debt. All it owes me is to keep for white rule to prevail, progress in South Africa. The r the doors open." whites set up a political system system of apartheid, unlike f But how are these proverwhich completely excluded America's system of ;= bial doors to be kept "open" Black people. In fact, segregation, has gone virtually ::. unless a strong civil rights apartheid went so far as to untouched. = movement continues to fight segregate all people in South America and the world loC against social inequality? Africa into racial, social arid community of nations have a How can minorities and political divisions, with whites moral obligation, in the 5= women acquire economic and holding all power. Africans of of civilization, to act to bring ; political justice without collecAsian descent, coloreds down the system of apartheid a. tive demands for greater people of mixed racial in South Africa. America with t!':l democracy? "'-.heritage, Black Africans, and its great principles Pendleton has a snappy Whites origins democracy found in its rebuttal: "With this whole all poht!cally d1v1ded and hve Declaration of Independence ....., process we continue to divide in. .. Raceand Constitution, should be c society. It causes more m1xmg IS n.g1dly by the leader in opposition to the disharmony than it causes law. Such IS the bas1cs of the South African system. ur ...... ,t .. harmony." In other words, South political system policy called by any name, don't talk about racial and of apartheid. "Constructive Engagement", a. sex ual discrimination and it Perhaps the greatest difas comes from the White ll!j will quietly go away. ference between racism as it House today, is a mere pitance ? Why are we so "fortunate" developed in South Africa, to what this nation should be I to have Clarence Pendleton as _c_o_m _____ t_o __ th_e_..;u_n_i.,.te;;.d;...._d_o_in....;;;.g_. --------- C') head of the Civil Rights see the Klan philosophy in the rights agitation, and opposed Commission? The entire courtroom, in Congress, and I "radicals" like Frederic retreat from human rights and think I see it in the White Douglass and W .E.B. DuBois. social justice typified by most House." Council believed that accom-of Reagan's appointees is a Since January, 1981, several modation to racism was the manifestation of larger curhundred thousand Blacks have only means to promote rents of race which still lost their jobs in the public sec" mony.'' Booker T. exist across the country. tor; Blacks' access to higher Washington, the major Black According to the Atlantaeducation has been sharply politician of the era, detested based National Anti-Klan curtailed; Black infant morCouncil so much that he Network, over one-thousand tality rates are up, due to the refused to sit beside him on acts of Klan and Klan-style cutbacks in childcare and public platforms violence have been committed family assistance programs; In the great tradition during tlie past five years. and Black unernploy.rnent is Council, we now have Klan leaders endorsed Reagan still above 14 percent two Clarence Pendleton: a man for President in 1980 and years after an "Economic whose social theories are well 1984. And ex-Klansman C. P recovery." ; adapted to Black inferiority, Ellis recently stated in a In short, institutional political disfranchisement, congressional hearing: "All racism, vigilante violence and and women's oppression. Klansmen don't wear robes. I economic discrimination are With every pathet'ic speech tative in every house to make thriving under Reagan's aegis. and public statement, he takes some real progress. But of course, to discuss these another dramatic leap into the Economically, blacks are in issues publicly may provoke past. shambles. Technological ad"disharmony." vancements have left so many Nearly a century ago, Black blacks with no skills that they America's leading "Uncle can sell on the open market. Tom" was William H. Coun-As a result, we find the job opcil, the president of the allportunities available to us Black state college in limited and therefore, the Orangeburg, South Carolina. money available also becomes Couricil was a notorious today limited. Limited jobs opporwho gave "oily flattery" to tunities are creating still racists. He praised Jim Crow another problem. laws, political disfranchiseMore and more blacks are ment of Negroes, and was spending less time looking for silent about lynchings (Continued On Page 11) He cautioned against civil SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, aged, Influenced Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Anyti_ me. Daily Bles(\lli2S 1 1 = e =-"' ... ..., t"':


.. ........ .............. .... = .... IT'S Allfr-:S? ABOUT IJ.:w YOU By ROSE CRUTCHFIELD For Your Consumer's Information CECELIA HARMON SHIRLEY NORMAN When the quarterly employee awards were presented at Tampa's Humana Women's Hospital, the winners were Shirley Norman, Dietary, and Cecelia Nelson Harmon, Gynecology R.N. Elich received a $150.00 prize and had their names placed on the permanent plaque by the dining room. Shirley Norman helped open Htimana Womens Hospital in 0: October of 1974, and has been an important member of the staff ever since. She was the first-ever Gourmet Dinner I:Q waitress, and started a favorite tradition among new parents of t?is community. _During the first year, Shirley worked part ttme at the hospttal and full-time at the Causeway Inn. She eventually retired from the hotel and became one of Humana's dietary supervisors. I = -The youthful mother of three also has one grandchild. She came to the Sunshine State from Bronx, New York. She is a regular at the health spa, jogs and watches her diet. She is a member of the Open Door Christian Church. CeceUa Harmon, R.N., joined the Humana nursing staff in 1981. As the clinical precepter for OB/GYN, she is the training/resource person for nursing staff. She is also a mem ber of the Bereavement Team. Her B.S.N. degree was earned at Florida State University. She is a native Tam pan, and was graduated from Plant High School. She formerly worked on a medical-surgical unit in a Miami hospital. Cecelia and her husband John have a son, Christopher. For leisure, they enjoy sports and movies together. FORMER TAMP AN DIES IN NEW YORK :; Mr. Louanda (Louis) Wiggs passed away Aug. 22, after an extended illness, and was :5 funeralized in New York City = August 27. Mr. Wiggs lived in Tampa until 1938, when he moved to Clll New York City. He was the father of Annie Wiggs Ward of Tampa, Louis, Jr. and Laura of New York City; and brother of Leonard (L.D.) and Alga Wiggs Barrow of Tampa. IT'S A cBOY! Sandra (former Miss Black Tampa) and Lenox Baxter Cooke are the proud parents of a healthy baby boy, Shane Alexander Cooke, born August 22 at 5:46a.m. at the U.S Air Force Academy Hospital, Colorado Springs, Col orado. Shane weighed 6 lbs. 11 V2 ozs. Sandra is currently employed by School District Eleven, and Lenox is stationed at the headquarters for North American Aerospace Defense Command at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs. All are well! Somebody ought to go and talk to "blue-eyed soul,'' Ted Turner. The man does have a plan. And, for your consumer's information, to day we will reveal alternatives. Alternatives that may alter nate some of our moves. First of all, let us look at the "car war" that is going on. Everywhere we turn, we are offered 7.5o/o, 7.7%, even 3.7o/o; to purchase a car (seven's everywhere). Dealers everywhere are trying to get our attention by telling us that we've "tried the rest, now try the best." They actually want our business. Or, they want our money. But, while we're shopping around for that new or used car, let us be mindful and careful of dealers. Ever since the law has changed for dealers to sell "As Is No Warranty,'' some of us truly have been ripped off. We know if, they do, too. Some of us need a car so bad that we'll buy anything. Let the Buyer Beware. Please, let us not be taken in. Afterall, we've already been taken ou'l. taken over, taken under, f aken around, taken a lot. A lot of us look funny when we hear about public televi sion. But, if any one of us want our children to learn anything, we will tune into public television. Don't tie so surprised if you like what you see. Public television offers concerts, animal shows (wildlife and all), Sesame Street and all the gang, educa tional programs, even the ones where "we can learn at home,'' drama, mystery, love, IMMOKALEE MRS. MARY TOWNSEND ... Reporter Sunday School began at the usual time at all churches in the community with the superintendents and teachets -at their posts. i After Sunst of all, knowledge. Public television is a learning experience. At the same time, public television is also enter taining. Since many of us are not in to buying homes, at least not at the moment, let us know that as tenants, no matter where we live, we do have rights. There is a "Tenant Landlord Act (or was that "Landlord-Tenant Act)" that reveals what our respon sibilities are as tenants and what our landlord;s respon sibilities are. All in the same piece of information. We need to beware. We need to let the tenant beware. We need to let the landlord beware. Some of us are living in slum housing, slummer conditions, and slummest surroundin_gs. Most things in life are two-fold. This, is no exception because some of the ways that some of us are living are partly tenant and partly landlQrd respon sibility. Even though we know that purchasing a car is not one of ''the four basic necessities of life," let us be realistic when we know that more of us are buying cars and not home s The other three necessities are, "food, clothing, and water." Well, we got clothing ourselves down pretty good, but, we do need to get back into "basics" and out of "designers." All of which brings us to food and water. We know that we are victirqs of high blood pressure, hypertension and headaches, not to forget strokes. We must learn to take "out the salt." We need to eat more veggies, fish, beef and milk and cheese. (We got chicken down, too). As far as water goes, we only need to ask our sister city, Clearwater, what her rating is in the list of "Worst Water In U.S. Cities." Tell you what. Hold a glassful of your tap or faucet water up to your kit chen or nearest sunlit window. Now check it out, for your consumer's information. Peace Be Unto You. FREE GLASSES Poid For By Medicaid Call: Dr. L.A. Martinez Optometrist 876-6085 REVIVAL SERVICES PILGRIM REST M. 8. CHURCH 4202 Nassau Street Evangelist For The W-lr { RIV. 8088Y JONfS 0 \ Pastor Of First 8opflsf Church 01 Wlntr Hoven RIV. lt081RT f. RffSf .. Pastor PRAYER SERVICES, SEPTEMBER 11-13, At 7 P.M. PREACHING SERVICES, SEPTEMBER 16-20, 7 P.M. St. Peter Clover Family Sunday Commemorating The Feast Of Our Patron St. Peter Clover (15811654) Sunday,Sept.15,1985 1203 Nebraska Ave. THEME: 10:00A.M. Tampa, fla. ''Christianity Demands Sacrifice. '' --------------Fr Joseph O'Keefe, O M I Pastor


MR. AND MRS. HARRY MORRIS, JR. Debra A. Hadley and Harry Morris, Jr. were married August 24, at Greater Morn ing Star Baptist Church. The Rev. F A. Rodriquez per formed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. I S ALL ABOUT and Mrs Franklin D. (Ora Lee) Revels, Sr. The groom is the son of Mr. Mrs. Harry Morris, Sr. The couple will live in Spokane, Washington (Continued From Page 6) foods and punch and cocktails. Everyone brought their pictures and though Turk Gomez of New York was not present, he sent the Tuckers an album with pictures from embarkation to debarkation, which the group really enjoyed. They tried to call Turk, but did not reach him. Virginia, their wonderful travel escort, was present with her husband, Richard. She was surprised with a gift from the group also a letter of thanks and a picture of her and her hus band taken by Clarence McBride. Don and Cynthia McBride of Tallahassee were missed but everyone left declaring Gwen a great hostess. HOMES NEEDED FOR ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN Many children throughout Hillsborough County are denied the love, care and pro tection which most take for granted. Some are physically, emotionally or sexually abus ed. These children need a tem porary place to stay. The Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services in Hillsborough County is in need of more Emergency Shelter Homes. A Shelter home is operated by a family who has agreed to accept abus ed or neglected children in their homes on a temporary basis. These children may be physically or sexually abused, You Are Cordially Invited To Attend The Annual GUEST DAY OBSERV At:ICE At BEULAH BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER I5, 1985 Eleven O'Clock In The Morning EVA AND SIMUEL HOWARD CHEYENNE JOHNSON The Howard, Johnson a:nd Cotton famiiy wishes three members of the family a wonderful and happy birth day: Mrs. Eva Howard, who will be 51, Sept. 18; her daughter, Cheyenne Johnson was 34, Sept. 8; and son, Simuel Howard Jr., Sept. 10, who will be 25. neglected, abandoned, have parents who are hospitalized or ar rested, or have other problems. Children remain in Shelter un til plans are developed for them to return home, to be placed with relatives, or to be placed in a Foster Home. A Shelter home is a family's own home that is available to provide child care 24 hours a day. The Family Shelters are pro vided a monthly subsidy to insure bed availability and a per diem reimbursement for each day that a child remains in the home. Family Shelters should be located in a residential area and the home should have sufficient living space. A licensing in vestigation is completed on all Shelter home applicants. The licensing requirements include: fire inspection, sanitation in spection, criminal record and abuse registry checks, personal references, several in-depth interviews, and other related statements. The children who come to Sfieller are a cross-section racially and culturally, and any shelter piu-ent must be willing to take children of all races and background. If anyone is interested in becoming licensed as an Emergency Shelter Home, please call the Emergency Shelter Unit with HRS at telephone number 272-3380. DON'T MISS JASON IN .... Jason Ryan Robusky will appear in the Sept. 16 issue of Tim.e Magazine "Baby Of The Yeai Offer" sponsored by Pampers Diapers. Jason is. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robusky and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Namon Mills, Tam pa and Mrs. Carrie Robusky, Miami. J2R will be a year old Oct. 2nd. ** THE CITY WIDE CHOIR UNION Of CLEARWATER ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ,, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, At At SHILOH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1165 Avenue, Dunedin ELDER AARON MUNFORD, Pastor GUESTS: GREATER CHOIR UNION NO. 3 Of Tampa Tameka \ Quinn Limehouse celebrated her 1 birthday Sept. 7 with and friends. She attends G. W. Carver Nursery. Her are Debra and Limehouse. LEANDRAE JOHNSON = Leandre Johnson, the son of Brenda Johnson and the > grandson of Julia Johnson is = celebrating his 9th birthday to= day, September 10. He is a 4th "or:! :! grader at Crestwood Elemen tary School. His aunt, Shelia 1 Anderson, a member of St. G"') Mary A.M.E Church, had a birthday September I. They = 0 will celebrate at Disney World Saturday. AMANDA MILLER Amanda Maria Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. (Marie) Miller, was 11 years old September 9. She is in the 6th grade at Williams Elementary School. Birthday treats were shared with brothers and sister, John, Jr., Andrew, Clarence and Melissa. Amanda's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie =B. Jacobs live in Blakely, GA. "'C DIA. H. L. WILLIAMS DIA. OZILL CHISHOLM President. GREATER CHOIR President, City Wide Choirs Union Mr. and Mrs. Frank Odom C'l UNION NO. 3 Of Tampa Of Clearwater wish their daughter Gay L.. SUMNER j. "S.J., WILSON The Public Is Invited. Keaton a happy l irthday Chairman Come And Have A Good Time In The Name Of The Lord. today, Tuesday, Sept. 10. ..


rll c 0 -MIDDLETON-THOMPSON 1956 1 All members of the 1956 classes of Don ThonfPson and Middleton Senior High Schools are urged to attend our next regular meeting on Wednesday evening, September 1 18, 7:'30 p.m, at the Office of Community Relations, 1467 Tampa Park Plaza. All class members are urged to come out and take part in the plan ning for the 30 year reunion which is scheduled for the summer of 1986. For more detailed information; please contact Rosalie Jones at 626-1447. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION September 14 and 15 (Saturday and Sunday) at the Holiday Inn Airport, 4500 W. Cypress, a great garage sale will be held to benefit the American Diabetes Association. Doors will open at 12 noon both days and close at 5 p.m. Donated furniture, lawn equipment, clothes, toys, dishes, etc. will be sold at very low prices. Something for everyone, at prices you can't believe! Don't miss this one! GOODWILL DAMAGE SUFFERS FLOOD Auxiliary members of the American 167 at the recently left to right steated, Kay Thomas, Lena Wesiey, Alice Moore; and standmg, Mary BenJamm, Rose Jones and Mary J. Smith. 1 Become A Qualified Child Care Worker ecutive Center, 2303 N. Lois Avenue. ;c Goodwiii-Suncoast has suffered substantial flood damage at = its Gandy Blvd. plant located just east of Derby Lane. Most of the truck fleet is out of service. Because of this, the nonprofit rehabilitation facility is forced to cancel scheduled donation pickups in Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco Counties schedul ed for the next few days. Become a qualified child care worker and comply with state and local requirements by enrolling in a variety of child care seminars to be of fered by Hillsborough Com munity College beginning in September at the Little ExThe following seminars will be offered: State and Local Rules and Regulations, 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11th, $4; Health, Safety and Nutri tion, 6-8 p.m., Wednesdays, Sept. 18th and 25th, $5; Child Abuse and Neglect, 6-8 p.m. Wednesdays, Oct. 2nd, 9th, and 16th, $10; Child Growth and Development, 6-8 p.m., Wednesdays, Oct. 23rd, 30th, and Nov. 6th, $10. 0 c According to Ken Clanton, Vice President for Public Rela tions, the agency will not be accpeting new pickup requests until the extent of the damage has been assessed. Clanton also appeals to the public not to bring flood damagJulie Coolidge. There will be meetings every Wednesday in October to step up our plans for the Classic. All meetings will be held at the M.L. King Center on Oregon Street at 7:30p.m. The next meeting is September 11. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS ed goods to our Attended Collection Centers (ACCs). These trailers are located in area shopping centers in several counties. "The agency cannot refurbish or use the items," says Clanton. "The water damaged items would only add to an already serious pwblem," he adds. Installation of officers of the Suncoast Chapter (PENDING) American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) is scheduled on September 15, at 4 p.m. in St. James Episcopal Church, North the guests will be Mrs. Btlhe H. Johnson, chapter president, and the installation ceremony will be performed by Mr. Joseph Muller AARP Classes On Raising A Responsible Child Raising a Responsible Child Program announces a fall c '3 = I c c 00. 0 CIS Clanton suggests that, if residents have flood damaged goods to dispose of, they should contact local sanitation or trash disposal departments. The twenty-seven Goodwill retail stores in Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Hillsborough, Sumter and Citrus Counties will re main open. Most stores carry Goodwill manufactured mat tresses and pillows, as well as clothing and houseware items. ASSOCIATION OF WIDOWED PEOPLE Tampa Chapter 101 of the National Association of Widowed People will have a get-together on September 15, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the River's Edge Club, 2802 N. Kinyon Avenue This will be followed by dinner at Victoria Station. Widowed per sons wishing to attend are asked to call 844-6466 for further in formation. FAMU ALUMNI assistant state director. All interested persons are invited to attend. MIDDLETON-THOMPSON '49ers class at The Children's Academy, 506 Limona Rd The Middleton and Don Thompson 49ers will meet at the Brandon. The classes are American Legion Hall, Thursday, September 12, at 7:30p.m. scheduled to start September Business is important. All class members are asked to attend. 17, from 7 p.m until 10 p.m Willie Streeter is President, Andrew Whighan, Vice Presi-Raising a Responsible 1 dent, and Eunice Freeny, Reporter. Teenager Program announces a fall class at King High GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL School, room 312, Sligh and John W. Wright has been employed as Marketing Director 56th St. The classes are of Suncoast Girl Scout Council, Inc. This is a new staff posischeduled to start October 1, tion with the responsibility of increasing public awarene s s and from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. financial support of the Council. Wright previously served The same class will be held The plans for the upcoming Florida Classic remained the seven years as Senior Marketing Representative in central at Gaither High School, room focal point of interest to the Tampa Chapter of the Florida Florida for Watson and Company Architect, Engineers and 192, 16200 North Dale Mabry A&M University Alumni at its monthly meeting on August 14. Planners and for six years was Operations Manager of WEDUHighway, beginning October AI l TV 3 in Tampa. 17 f 7 t"l 10 l roads ead to this November event for the group, and rom p.m. un I p.m. members are highly motivated to make this year more sueAnother Child Program cessful than the ones in years gone by. YOUTH fELLOWSHIP At BETHANY class begins at Chamberlain One of the it-ems of note is the "Ms. Florida Classic" CorM.S. CHURCH, 58th St. Court, Palm River High School, Busch Blvd., REV. ROSCOE RODGERS. Pastor d N th Bl d 0 t b 29 onation. The chairperson of the event, Ms. Sandra Baulkmon SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14 1985 an or v c 0 er related the prelir:ninary plans for the queen's crowning. The 5 P M -6 :30P.M SIMINARS And WORKSHOPS from 7 p.in. until 10 p.m. coronation is scheduled for November 9, at the Hilton 6 :30P.M.-7P. M REFRISHMINTS The program is being spanDowntown in ballroom If last year's event is to serve as a 7 :30P.M."YOUTH SINGS THI GOSPEL" sored by Hillsborough County comparison, the city 'is in for a treat. Some lucky lady will be SEMINAR SPEAKERS: Department of Children's Serin smiles that particular night. YOUTH IN CHRIST-Walter Niles vices and the School Board YOUTH PIIR PRISSURIMinister A Gilyard D' f Ad l d Other items discussed were the selection of committee YOUTH IN HfALTH _Mrs. sandra Reed I VISIOn o u t an Commembers and ticket availability. This year, tiCkets for the game YOUTH, AND ADULTSMrs. Marjorie Guest munity Education. can be purchased at Select-A-Seat. This is a new venture for the Topic: "SECRET OF SUCCESSFUL PARENTING" The course will be taught by Florida Classic and it points out a strong committment naSiSTER ADAM. JONES Sponsor Ron Knight and will be based tionally for the affair. THE INTERNATIONAL F&AM MASONS ORDER OF on the widely used partenting Members also briefly discussed types of financial aid EASTERN STAR HOLy LIGHT CHAPTER NO. 396 e ducat i 0 n Program available at the University because of guests, Mark and LorenCHARTIR UNVIILING CIRIMONY "Systematic Training for Efzo Holmes. The alumni is fortunate to continue its Student DISTRICT MATRON, SISTER GEORGIA fective JYareilting" (STEP) Prospect Group. Through this association, students can learn OWENS. And The unveiling Committee The fee is $7.00 per person about entering college and modes of aid. The ProWill Unveil The Charter Of Holy Light for each of the classes and spect Group will be busy again this year with meetings and Chapter 1396 covers the entire six-week sesp lans for the spring trip to Tallahassee. sion. SUN., Ul'r. 22 =: It was an informative meeting and those attending were : At3:ooi'.M. For more information and MT. SINAIHOLINES SCHURCH tO t ll 961 1242 t '-' President, Leon McCombs; Vice President, Norris Collins; 42,6 chelsea regis er ca -, ex Secretary, Sandra Baulkmon; Business Manager; James Green, ELDER JAMEs cocHRAN. Pastor MOORE 235 ...:1 Jr.; Carolyn Collins, Moses Powell, Phillip Austin, Willie Mae PARTICIPANTS: SISTERS B. LANE. A McGEE M. MOORE M. GORDON 2 4 8 l .. G .. O ....... ...... ;. ... 1jJI


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. I ,' ANOTHER VIEW (Continued From Page 4) work, or preparing themselves we are afraid another black to work and are spending may find out how much we more time trying to find a way make or how much we got. to collect welfare benefits. Do That in my opinion is moving you call this progress? Thirty backwards. years ago, blacks owned small I can really recaW when businesses in black black folks owned most of the neighborhoods. In fact, most land in pretfominant black of the businesses were owned areas This is not !lb today. by blacks. Today, a black Most of the land in our areas owned business anywhere is a today has either been purchas rarity. You call that progress? ed at a steal or bought by the I heard a statement made white man from a black and the other day that really tends sold to another black. If to explain the regression of anybody is guilty of appearing black communities. It was said to be moving forward when that in Jewish and Latin comthey are moving backwards, it munities, the dollar bill is black folks. changes hands five to seven There are all the signs one times before any of it gets out can point to and say boy black of the neighborhood, and people are moving ahead. some of the money never Then point to the ever increas leaves. ing crime rate, the killings, the In the black community, the unemployment situation, the money lasts about seven hours income level, the teen age before the entire dollar has left pregnancy rates, the high the black community and is in school and college dropouts, the hands of non-blacks. the free drug use and ask Blacks just rather not do yourselves. Are blacks really business with each other, and making progress? You will that's a pity. We can live in find we have only been moon such a world of fantasy until: wal .EMPIRE PAINTS 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up -------------------LATEX PAINT ..... $3.49 OUTSIDE WHITE ... $7 .49 ROLLER PAN SET ................ $1.99 Ea. 3" BRUSHES ........................ 99 SALE PRICES GOOD LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONL Y!!l! WEDDING SCENE Brandi Felder, Yvette Smith, Levita Jackson, Ferlia Felder, Tonya Rodgers ... Wilds-Porter Wedding. ;" New Vaccine Decreases Risk Of Infection In Day Care Centers 00 = In recent years, the dumber of children attending day care centers has increased as more and more women join the work force. While day care centers and nurseries have made it possible for many of these women to seek employ ment, the increased attendance at day care facilities may be a factor in the rising incidence of "Hib" disease (Haemophilus influenzae type b), according to Stephen L. 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"Diff'rent Strokes," the perennial favorite of family audiences, moves to sion Network this fall and will premiere Friday, Sept. 27 (9:00-9:30 p.m., EDT). The cast stars (I to r) Dana Plato as Kimberly, Todd Bridges as Willis, Danny Cooksey as Sam McKinney, Mary Ann Mobley as Sam's mother and Phillip Drummond's new wife, Con rad Rain as Mr. Drummond, Gary Coleman as Arnold and Mary Jo Catlett as Pearl. Pointer Sisters Concert Premieres On Showtime NEW YORKThe Pointer in an exclusive Showtime con Sisters, who this year won two cert special premiering Grammy Awards and two September 14 at 8:00 p.m. American Music Awards, star (ET/PT)*. The special enti-Lisa Lisa And Cult Jam tled "The Pointer Sisters in Paris" was taped on May 14 and 15 on location in Paris at the Le Rex Concert Hall. The concert will be stereo simulcast by Westwood One Radio Net works and will feature selec tions from their platinum cer tified Contact album on RCA Records. "The Pointer Sisters in Paris" is a sizzling, high energy, high-fashion concert special featuring their biggest hits. The concert will include BIG BIRD AND COOKIE MONSTER ON THE BANDSTAND: Host Dick Clark (left) welcomes Columbia recording group Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam from center: Mike Hughes, Lisa Lisa and Spanador to American Bandstand" (airing Saturday, September 14th). Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam previously appeared on Dick Clark's Rock 'n Roll Summer Action," which aired Wednesday, August 28th. each sister performing a solo a rare bird indeed that number, with Anita singing nds eight feet tall, sports "Fairy Tale, the song that countless golden plumes and is won them their first Grammy. Award in 1974 for "Best an internatio!J.al celebrity. So, Country Vocal Performance," when Big Bird, that and June performing "Lay It one-of-a-kind canary, On The Line. Ruth will sing mysteriously vanishes from his home at 123 Sesame Street, a searing gospel tune that promore than a few feathers are mises to be one of the many ruffled. highlights of the show. The concert will also feature The The ensuing search by pals Pointer Sisters performing two Bert,Ernie, Cookie Monster, songs, ''Twist My Arm" and Prairie Dawn and the rest of "Dare Me, from the Contact the flock is the focus of "Miss album. ing Bird Mystery," Sesame 248-1921 Street Live's happy stage musical starring Jim Henson's lovable Moppets coming to Tampa, Tuesday, October 8 and Wednesday, October 9 at Curtis Hixon Hall. Inspector Fortescu Farquar and his klutzy constables joili the Sesame Street sleuths who take time out from the hunt to do some hot hoofing and war ble a few tunes including "Rubber Ducky," "Sing" and "What's the Name of that Song." Tickets for Sesame Street Live's ''Missing Bird Mystery" are available at Cur tis Hixon and all Select-A-Seat outlets. For more informa tion, call 223-8443. = = I = = -; '"C:j = c:r .... C'IJ =Q. = C'IJ > = Q. .. I = =----------------------------------------------= MANILA 2620 E. 7th Ave. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MAIN EVENT Where: MANILA LOUNGE GONG SHOW COMEDIANS-SINGERS-DANCERS MUSICIANS 1ST PLACE -'150 2ND PLACE. '75 3RD PLACE -'50 THURSDAY NIGHT BATTLE OF THE MALE & FEMALE D.J. 's s100 PRIZE,FOR WINNER IN EACH CATEGORY MIKE RICHARDSON OF WT_MP ALL ACTION STARTS AT 9 P.M. Answers To Quiz c' GOTO JAMAICA '179 4 Days 3 Nights lndlides Air Fare & Hotel Call: 884-6734 Ask For: SENTINEL'S TOP 15 SINGLES* 1. Attack Me With Your Love ................... Cameo 2.'We Don't Need Another Hero ..... Tina Turner 3 t'reeway Uf Love ............... Aretha l'tanklin 4. Cherish .......................... Kool & The Gang 5 Saving All My Love For You ......... Whitney Houston 6. Rock Me Tonight ............. Freddie Jackson 7. Oh Sheila ..... ................ Ready For The World 8. Who's Holding Donna ................. De barge '9 Pop Life .................................... Prince iu. Stand 'By Me ...................... Maurice White Take Me Home ........................... Lisa Lisa 12; Fat Boys Are Back ........................ Fat Boys = '(IJ ... 13. Dancin' In The Key Of Life .......... Steve ... 14. Your Love Is King ............................ Sade ...i 2


! .............. .. ll:fl.. with a splendid opportunity to aspects of the 14th emtion. If you e renovating '/\A' get your ideas across through phasized money matters with a your quarters, some personal contacts, turn on the chance for sudden gain will pop up. .= I "CC = < .i = Q,l =a = I = = YOUR* of;\ HOROSCOP.ik .. :By DR. ELMER EUGENE .. 14 Mercuey Square Uranus Sun Conjunct Moon (New Moon) Mars Sextile Pluto 16 -Sun Sextile Saturn Venus Square Saturn will be done on Earth as it tis in the Heavens" ViRGo ......: This is the per-with others; partnership feet time to talk things over money interests will benefit if with others, but allow plenty you emphasize practical in of room for strange or novations. divergent opinions. Even if PISCES -During this you don't reach an agreement period, you may be tempted to now, your point is made. obtain objectives by tactics aspects on the 14th that upsetting to others, denotes that it is a good day to particularly in connection with circulate; people who you money dealings. Its time to be meet now somehow conmore conservative. The New nected to financial opporMoon of the 14th could get a tunities or useful in other relationship off the ground ways. that has been wavering for LIBRA This weeks acsometime compatability of cent is on business activities out-look brings you closer with the probability that you together now. setting the stage for an imARIES You this portant development later period off by thinking over the Friends cooperative. The pleasure you have planned this New Moon of the 14th finds week. As the week goes along, you ready to launch a new you may find it difficult to pin financial venture. Because of yourself down to household an unusual turn in circumtasks. On the 14th, the New stances, however, you keep Moon's influence brings a pivotal details under wraps. chance to increase efficiency SCORPIO -If you start and a need for patience in this period in a mood to shuck dealing with co-workers or responsibilities and have a higher-ups. good time, forget it. People TAURUS -An adverse expect you to show leadership, trend at the beginning of this especially where goals con-period may find you in cerned. The New Moon of the disposed, out of sorts, or con14th starts the day off in a fused over a relationship. Pay stimulating way; be ready to proper attention to your diet; receive events or people in you're open to health upsets, connection with your social too. The New Moon em life, travel or educational inphasized romance, home in terests. terests, creative pursuits, or SAGITTARIUS-News or children's affairs, on the 14th. mail re local or foreign friends Any one of these should spark helps to make this a pleasant a little happiness now. week. You might realign GEMINI -This weeks' future plans with finances outlook is for a lot of produc playing a part in your tive activity on the home decisions. trends on the front. Discussing a promising 14th brings the start of a longfinancial ma:tter could be on range business program. You the agenda. The aspects able to blend practical and of the 14th points up the con visionary aspects construetinuing importance of home tively. front matters, the spotlight is CAPRICORN .:.:.:.. You have on getting down to basics the green light for gaining at-before making any new tention and > getting others to changes see things your way. Look CANCER-You likely to having a lot of fun. to be impulsive, anxious for The New Moon brings in an quick results the home extra upbeat note. You and front this week; try to see someone close may start off things from the other person's on a major journey or just an point of view. Forego having exciting local jaunt. Enjoy! your own way. The New You can expect a pleasurable Moon of the 14th could see accent on groups or comyou getting an important munity interests on the 23rd. promotional project off the AQUARIUS -Turning the ground, possibly in to a on will do wonders for property transaction or upz relationships at the of coming residential move. t his period. It will make it LEO -Your flair for easier to obtain your mate's o< support when chores need atv; tention. The New Moon of the 14th a cycle favorable to improving financial ties Q., TV -GUIDE SEPTEMBER 11,1985/ BROA'DCAST \.l!J(PBS) 1'1r\WXFI. 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It looked like a day of major upsets Sunday as the 1985 NFL Season got underway. The lowly Houston Oilers, with their brilliant quarter back Warren Moon, came from behind to down the Miami Dolphins, 26-23. The Minnesota Vikings, with Bud Grant back, upset the Super Bowl champion San Francisco Forty-Niners, 28-21. And for a while, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were leading the Chicago Bears, 21-7, in the first half before caving in down the stretch, falling 38-28 at Soldiers Field. The Dues looked like a real new look, offensively, in the first half as new offensive coordinator and quarterback coach, Jimmy Raye, introduced his system. The Bucs, on their first possession behind the sharp passing of Steve DeBerg and the running of James Wilder, quickly went up, 7-0, making it look easy. In fact, after the Bears came back to knot things, the Buc offense duplicated its first ef fort. Believe it or not, the Dues would extend that lead to 21-7, causing some worry among Windy City fans. But, unlike what happened in Houston and up in Minnesota, the Bucs could not sustain their good fortunes. Old Nemesis would not have such foolishness. The Dues handling the number one defense in the National Foot ball League, last year? No way! By RUDOLPH HARRIS (Sports Analysis) move. The sacks start coming. The results? Run Wilder, run! Then the defense runs out of gas. An eight-play drive puts the Bears into the end zone. Bear quarterback Jim Me. WJr1)H L HANDY Mahon proves the great '"".:athlete that he is. He evades two Bucs pursuers and hits running back Matt Suhey just inbounds in the right end zone. Score, Bears 31, Dues ...... BY RANDOLPH KINSEY ____ .. Before the half had ended, the Bucs would score again a grand total of 28 points. The Bears, however, had given in dication of things to come having added 10 more points of their own by intermission. Score, Dues 28, Bears 17. Actually, this Nemesis start ed out as a joke with some of us; all in fun somewhat. But, among the Bucs, this thing could be far from a laughing matter. They could see it as real, very real. The second half is not a minute old before things started happening. A tipped DeBerg pass is intercepted and returned for a Bear touch down. Score, Dues 28, Bears 24. Such would mark the collasoe of the Buc offense. DeBerg would play as if Nemesis possessed. He becomes lead-footed and can't Those Confusing Tampa Buccaneers 28. Listen, see if this sounds The Dues would drive close familiar? A blocked punt, an enough for a field goal. intercepted pass, an untimely However, Nemesis would penalty, a dropped pass, a spare none. Not even the inquarterba9k sack, and a dumb nocent rookie Nigerian, play called at an inopportune Donald Igwebuike's 39-yarder time -is that all familiar? It would hit the right upright and sounds very much like the fall outside. Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the The Dues would finally be past two years to me. hopelessly buried when its The Buccaneers lost their punter, Frank Garcia, would season's opener to the Chicago take too many steps, too Bears by a score of It slowly, and get a kick blocked. was again a game the Bucs The Bes' McMahon would played well enough to win, but go untouched in the end zone ended up losing. Again, it was around the right from one the Bucs finding a way to beat yard out. Final score, Bears themselves. For an entire half, 38, Dues 28. they looked like world beaters. With the Vikings coming to It looked like Coach Leeman town Sunday, fresh off an upBennett had indeed created a set of the Forty-Niners, what new era in Buc was tagged as a possible win Tij.e offense the for the Bucs, earlier, is now game witp a varie4 that put on hold. The Dues could fonfused j tQ'e Bears go to New Orleans next week, multipl defens e. / Twenty0-2, and unlucky. eight points were scored as the X X X X X X X X X Bucs moved the ball down the What about those rumors field with confidence. The that Doug Williams might end defense joined in this team ef up with the L.A. Raiders this fort by limiting the Bears season? Whether it's true or tricky offense to 17 points in not, thank God for the that half of total football. known that Moon's not alone in his quest to make winners out of the Oilers. The Oilers opened their season with a significant victory over the Dolphins. Moon, operating behind the biggest, youngest and poten tially most talented line in all of football, passed for 270 yards while \ completing 12 passes in 17 It is no accident that the Oilers defeated the Dolphins. There is talent galore on that young Houston team. All they need is experience and a little tnore time to develop. The sports world was sur prised and shocked when the Dolphins and Dan Marino lost to the Oilers. But I say to these people -don't be. It is just matter of time before the Oilers will beat a lot of people and they will be expected to win. BUD GRANT IS BACK Yannick Noah Likes Being Out Of The Spotlight '"The Bucs went into the locker room leading 28-17 at intermission. The Bucs emerg ed from the locker room a completely different team. It was as if they realized that they were playing oveF their heads and were winning a game they shouldn't be win ning. Bud Grant, one of the winningest coaches ever to coach in the NFL, retired from foot ball for one year. This past football season was a total disaster for the Minnesota Vikings that Grant coached for so long and so well. After one year's retirement, the Vik ings management encourged Grant to unretire and lead the Vikings back to respectabiiity. NEW YORK Yannick Noah has retreated to the shadows of his sport. After winning the 1983 French_ Open, he was one of tennis' most charismatic and idenYANNICK NOAH tifiable figures, wearing long Rastafarian locks. Now, despite being the world's seventh-ranked player, he willingly sidesteps the spotlight currently focused on John McEnroe and Boris Becker. Obscurity and distance have provided escape. "I don't care about the publicity," he said. "I don't care about anything else but the game. Right now it seems that all this publicity is about other players, which is good. I don't spend my energy doing other things, it really makes it easier.'' He quietly advanced to the quarterfinals while dropping just one set, that to Jay Berger during Tuesday's 6-7 (3-7), 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 victory over the 18-year-old amateur. Noah, 25, is now married and living in New York City. He left Paris to avoid the incessant adulation. And without the distinctive hair style, he has disappeared the seven million New Yorkers. "Because there are a lot of people, if I'm out of my apartment, at a restaurant or the movies, nobody cares, nobody even notices me." AUTO INSURANCE UP TO 25% DISCOUNT "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4.50J Nebraska 238J4 BEFORE YOU VALUE YOUR INJURY ... CONTACT FRED 1.. BUCKINE The offense that the Bucs had shown in the first half reverted to the predictable one man show of James Wilder. The Bears defense began to run rampart over the offensive line and the defense fell apart too. The Bucs scored zero points in the second half while the Bears tacked on 21 points and a victory. Once aga:in, Tampa Bay had blown a game they should have won. The Bucs are a con fusing breed. They continue to lose games they should win. Why you ask? I don't know, but there are those who associate the Bucs losing habits with a hex out of Zackary, Louisiana. Grant accepted the challenge that many felt would take at least two years to do It may still take two years for Grant to bring his Vikings back, but he sure took a giant step forward when he defeated the Super Bowl Champion San Francisco 49ers 28-21 in the regular season opener. That was no small task. The 49ers are the odds on favorite to repeat as cham: pions of the NFL. They are also one of the most talented football teams ever assembled. On last Sunday, the Vikings the 49ers champions punch for punch and when the dust cleared, it was obvious that Bud Grant and his Vik ings were back. STATE SCHOOLS MOON OVER MIAMI BREAK EVEN The Miami Dolphins are a Last weekend, Florida pre-season pick to return to A&M University ran its record the Super Bowl for the second to 1-1 as it lost for the second year in a row. That early year in a row to Georgia Attorney At Law prediction suffered a mild set-Southern. Florida State > = c. .. .... I = Q =.... cs = fl1 back when the young but very University chopped down Persona/Injury & Wrongful Death talented Houston Oilers spun football giant Nebraska at the its Moon over Miami. The home field o( ttie CornFREE Consultation By Appointment. Moon I refer to is the team's huskers. The victory should "1:1 million dollar quarterback and send the Seminoles up tne top > Evenings And Weekend_ s twenty chart leader, Warren Moon. 0 DA AVE SuITE 225 Moon was brought to The Gators opened their IJl 711 N FL Rl Houston last season after an season with a victory over the TAMPA, FL 33602 illustrious career in the CanaMiami Hurricanes. It was the (813) 223-2044 dian League to lead the Oilers season's opener for both ............................ .................... ......... t.o .. the--SuperBow--l.Letl.tbe ...... (C .. ontinuedOn .. Page .. 18.) ....


............ .......................................................................... .......................... .. Jimmie Giles Believes Dues' Carl Lewis Mugabi Kicks Off Tour To = New System Will Help Him Returns To Promote Fight With Hagler = This past winter, Jimmie Olympian Form Giles expanded his business domain with a local eye-care center. Now, he'd like to bring riJ his football career back into > focus. After fading from sight for riJ the past two seasons, the Tam pa Bay Buccaneer tight end (!-4 wanted to give teammates, c lilic! skeptical spectators and the Chicago Bears a good look Sunday at the old Giles the one who made the Pro Bowl in 1980, 1981 and 1982. The new Giles, due to in juries, a reduced role and unsteady play, has been more an eyesore. But the nine veteran saw a change on the Chicago horizon. "I think a lot of people will be watching me," he said. "And my total concentration has been on making this the best possible season I can have. I'd like to get back to Pro Bowl form, and I think I'm at that stage now. I just have to go out there and pro duce, get the passes thrown to me and make the key blocks. I think it will come back." From the outset, Leeman Bennett, the new Buc head coach talked positively about a resurgence from Giles this year. And when Bennett redesigned the Buc offense with unit coordinator Jimmy Raye, Giles figured prominently in the scheme. Bell was shifted to the new U-back slot, which camouflages the by lining him up at spots Tight end clemng(:a strictly to Giles once again. That's how it was during the preseason, and that's how it was Sunday when the Bucs an Giles each angled for a fresh start. ''You need an opportunity," he said. "No tight end in the world is going to make the Pro Bowl by blocking. An offensive guard can do that. But not a receiver. A receiver has to catch the football." Giles, who underwent ar throscopic knee surgery during the offseason, hasn't exactly been an inspiration in the pass catching department this sum mer. He let a key pass slip through his fingers in the preseason opener against Pitt sburg. In the exhibition finale against Washington, he drop ped one short pass ; and then fumbled the ball after making a catch later in the half. But neither Giles nor Ben nett seems worried about those lapses. "Overall, he's had a good camp," Bennett said. "I think JIMMIE GILES he's completely over his knee surgery. He runs good routes and has been catching the ball well, although he did have the dropped pass and fumble. We expect him to catch more passes." That's the kind of talk Giles likes to hear. "I knew last year that I was not going to catch three or four passes in a ballgame -I knew that going into the game, because I was taken out on second-and-long or third-and long situations," he said. "This year, I know there's a chance for me to catch five balls easy in a football game the way our offense is set up. It's structured so the U-back and tight end control everything.". In a nutshell, Bell and Giles occupy the attention of an op ponent's strong safety. If those defenders come up and cover the two big Buc receivers, wide receivers Gerald Carter and Kevin House have a better chance to break free downfield. If teams double-cover Carter or House, then Bell and Giles become threats underneath Sportside (Continued From Page 17) teams. The University of Central Florida had one of its biggest victories ever. The Knights defeated Bethune-Cookman and record setting quarterback Bernard Hawk. Hawk had victimized UCF for the past three years. BCC is 0-1 and UCF is 1-0. SOlves all life's problems. Answers all your questions. Madame Ann can and will help you! Results Where Others Have Failed. 6025 '!. N. Dale Mabry 1 Blk. N. Of Hillsborough 875-4697 Jl($liJ(!)\?Ladies Consignment Center Hours: 11-6 Sat.: 1o-s 4049 Henderson Blvd. (West Of Dale Mabry) BRUSSELS Four-time Olympic champion Carl Lewis recovered his winning form Friday and Mary Decker Slaney extended her string of victories this season to 12 at the Ivo van Damme Memorial track and field meet. Lewis, recovering from a pulled hamstring muscle, won the long jump and the tOO meter dash. Decker dominated the 1 ,500 meters before 40,000 spectators at the Heyse! Stadium, site of the May 29 soccer riots in which 39 people died. ''The hamstring stood up well," Lewis said. "I got into my rhythm in the long jump and I am very happy with tonight." Lewis took the long jump with a leap of 28' feet 3 Y2 in ches, the longest jump in the world this year, after edging fellow American Kirk Baptiste to win the 100-meter dash. Lewis' time in the 100 meters was only 10.24 sec onds. He trailed at the half way point, but accelerated in the final 50 meters to beat Baptiste by 0.06 seconds. Darwin Cook of the United States finished third in 10.31 seconds. Tulane's Williams Has Clouded Future NEW Ned Kohnke, the former 'part-time district attorney who un covered allegations of Tulane point-shaving, predicts the scandal will leave "a cloud on any performance" by John "Hot Rod" Williams in professional basketball. State charges against Williams, a 6-10 center drafted in the second round by the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers, were thrown out of court last week by District Judge Alvin Oser. Prosecutors plan to ap peal the ruling. They have un til Sept. 11. NBA officials say they won't allow Williams to join the Cavaliers until the case is settled. Kohnke said he expects the NBA to allow Williams to play, ''considering some of the other people they have signed to who are felons in other respects.'' "But.. .every time he steps to the foul line and misses the front end of a one-and-one, there will be people in the stands questioning whether it was intentional or not, con sidering the history of Hot Rod Williams. "It's just going to be a cloud on any performance he give any mistakes he makes." EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES Dr. Wallace Hay OPTOMETRIST We Have A Large Inventory Of High Quality c ustumers & Low Priced Clothing For Men, Women & Children MecJi, .1id Accepted t; OTHERLOCATIONS:TempleTerrace Horizon Park 876-8491 < llranclon Fowler 1945 W. Buffalo Ave. BOSTON -John "The Beast" Mugabi began a national tour Wednesday to promote his fight against world middleweight champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler, predicting an easy win in the ring Nov. 14. "I'm going to knock him out,"said Mugabi, who has a 26-0 record. "I'm going to show the world John Mugabi can fight." Hagler was supposed to ap pear at the news conference, but canceled his appearance at the last minute. Fight promoters said Hagler's father died unexpectedly night in Newark, N.J. Hagler left his home in Brockton for Newark Wed nesday afternoon, fight promoters s-aid. The promotional tour con tinues in Tampa, Mugabi's current place of residence, and in Miami. Hagler will not at tend, but could rejoin the tour this weekend in Las Vegas, ac cording to promoters. The Ugandan-born Mugabi, 25, and Hagler, 31, are scheduled to fight in Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. Now's your chance to take advantage of excellent real estate values offered by HUD. Important Information must obtain their own chose financing lor all soles. These properties may contain code 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 NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS. HUD reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informality 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 pay a portion ..>I the closing costs if requested in offer to pur-NEW LISTINGS -TAMPA LISTING DATE: September 6, 1985 093-195099 5128 Chatsworth Ave. 50,500 3/2 093-205018 10101 Pine Trail Ct E 40,000 312 093-20SS48 8505 Willow St N 22,200(LBP) 211 093-199373 660733rd St. N 33,500 3/1 All sealed and Identifiable bids on above properties must be date stamped In the Tampa HUI' office by 4:15pm, September 16, 1985 oThe Bid Opening date at the Tu.pa HUD office on this offering is 9:00 ani, September 17, 1985. Properties listed below are available until sold or relisted under 10 day sealed bid period: TAMPA 093-213210 1007 E Bay St. N.(Duplex) 31,900(LBP) 3 / 1-211 093-199075 16020 Dawnvlew Dr. 53,650 211.5 093-201987 10103 Enchanted Oaks 43,850 2 / 1 093-218873 802 Frierson, East 29,150(LBP) 2 / 2 093-224472 1009 Genessee St. E. 39,500 2 / 1 093-199494 2912 Highland Avenue, N. 21,600(LBP) 3 / 1 093-199719 4006 Idlewild 20,000(LBP) 2 / 1 093-202378 3011 Jefferson St. 21,400(LBP) 3 / 1 093-220886 14317 Knoll Ridge Dr. 63,000 3 / 2 093-194770 3711 Meadowbreeze Dr. 38,000 2 / 1 093-218435 2829 Morgan Street 22,400(LBP) 3 / 1.5 093-198607 1208 Pallfox Ave. E 21,850(LBP) 211 093-205851 9220 Patterson Street 27,900 211 093-216059 10912 Tallfeather Ct. 62,900 3/2 093-202770 10206 Turtle Hill Ct. 39,000 211 093-218641 4307 Walls Place 46,000 5/2 093-222274 321 West Street 25,000 211 093-220520 815 Woodlawn Ave. W. 30,000(LBP) 3/2 093-217647 8614 9th N 20,950 211 093-202121 3113 16th St. 23,250 3/1 093-205161 6204 41st Street 20,300(LBP) 3/1 LAKELAND 093 204899 ; 3206 Old Tampa Road 25,400 211 LUTZ 093-204342 1957 Gregory Drive 50,000 l/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 point hazard. :OUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY HUD DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 700 TWIGGS STREET. 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...................................................................................... AMOS J. SHEFFIELD Funeral services for Mr. Amos James Sheffield, of 7918 Croton Ave., who passed away, Thursday, September 5, will be held, Wednesday, September 11, at 1 P.M., at Greater Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, with the pastor, Elder C. L. Warren, officiating. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Sheffield was a native of Quitman, GA and a resident of Tampa for the past 43 years. He was a former employee of Kash N Karry Food Centers. Mr. Sheffield was a member of Mt. Moriah P. B. Church, where he served on the Usher Board #1. Sur vivors are: a devoted wife, Mrs. Sarah J. Sheffield of Tampa; 1 daughter, Ms. Lugenia C. Sheffield of Tam pa; 2 sons, Mr. Alfred A. Sheffield of San Francisco, CA and Mr. Amos J. Shef-WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET Our Busin e s s Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 FUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ruy Will iams Funeral Home 7477 N. Albany Av. 253 When Understanding I s Needed Mo s t AIKENS !FUNERAL HOM ('ur. Buffalo & 28th SL 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Servin: PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET A s Impressive As Required As Inexpensi v e As Desired PHONES 247-3151 or 247 3152 ROGERS FUNERAl HOME PHONE 239-3101 Or 258.{)764 4605 34th Street L ADY A TT E NDANT W E GIVE THE BEST FOR L E SS." field, Jr. of Tam.pa; a stepson, Mr. Frank L. Dessesseu and wife, Lucy of Tampa; grand daughters, Sheana Leigh Shef field, Tracy and Kelly Dessesseau of Tampa, and Tony L. Dessesseau of Atlan ta, GA; 2 uncles, Mr. Wilson Sheffield and wife, Retha, and Mr. Rufus Bell and wife, Susie, all of Cleveland, OH; aunts, Mrs. Annie Mae Brown and Mrs. Clara Sheffield, both of Cleveland, OH; sister-in law, Mrs. Cora Mae Thomas of Miami; brothers-in-law, Mr. Henry McCormick and wife, Rose, and Mr. Vance Hughes, all of Miami; several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening and at the church after 11 A.M. Wednes day morning. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER EULOGY. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Cancer Society. The funeral cortege will arrange from 7918 Corton Ave. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME". BRYANT& WIL--LIAMS MR. ANDY MORRELL Funeral services for Mr. An dy Morrell of 4602 Manley St., who passed away on Friday, September 6, will be held on Wednesday, September 11, at 11 A.M. at Greater Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church (4209 N. 34th St. ) with the Rev Calvin Williams, officiating. Interment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. He leaves to mourn: 12 children, sons: Michael, Phillip, Marvin, Raymond and Bruce Morrell; daughters, Rosalyn Marshall, Arlene White and husband, Charles; Nadia Thomas and husband, Joel, Melva Brown and husband, Edward, Misses Cecilia, Norma and Michele Morrell; brother-in-law, Mr. Isaac Richardson; mother-in law, Mrs. Lillie Richardson; sisters, Mrs. Emma Lee Drew, Tampa, Mrs. Edvena Brown, Monticello; one brother, Mr. Johnny Perry Morrell, of Monticello, FL; 13 grand cttildren, Vanessa and Allesha Marshall, Michael Morrell Jr. and Katina Morrell, Antoine Morrell, Tami White, Leon E. Jr. Ahmad Brown, Marvin M o rr ell Jr., S t e ph anie Morrell, and Ahmad Ra s had Morrell ; niece s and n e phe w s Margar e t S ome s and husb a nd William, Mildred Marshall, Pearl Drew, Bobby Drew and wife, Gloria Jean, Ernest Williams, Juanita McDaniels, Hives, Jimmy Mor reil, Barbara Morrell and Geneva McKay. Mr. Morrell's many devoted friends include: Ms. Nadine Goldberg, Mrs. Elizabeth Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bowden, Mt. Johnny Coleman, Mr. James Bell, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Felder, and a host of other nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and cousins too numerous to mention. A native of Monticello, Mr. Morrell had lived in Tampa for 40 years and retired from Florida Steel Corp. in 1984. The remains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME. The family will receive friends at the funeral home, Tuesday, September 10 from 7 to 8 P.M. Ar rangements entrustred to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Mildred Dudley Sallye passed away September 10, 1984 one year ago today. We often sit and think of her, when we are all alone, for memory is surely the only thing that grief can call its own. Like ivy on the withered oak, when all other things decay. Our love for her will still keep green and never fade away. Gone: never to be forgotten. Sadly missed by: Mr. Fred B. Sallye Jr., son; Mrs. Althea Beatrice Bynnom, Daughter; Mrs. Jacquelyn Y. Wormack, and Mrs. Barbara Ann Jones, granddaughters; Mr. Frederick I. Sallye and Mr. Eric B. Sallye, grandsons; great grand children, other family members, neighbors and friends. IN MEMORIAM MRS. N.B. BOWENS In memory of my loving parents, Rev. and Mrs. N. B. Bowens, June 9, 1929-September 11, 1968. Precious memories, how they linger. :, Daughter, Pinkie and grandchildren. Re s idents U rge d To Help Fight Mosquitoes trl IJJ 0 > Mo s quitoe s will be a s eriou s storm-related problem for most Hillsborough County residents in the aftermath of the recent storm and Hur ricane Elena. Hillsborough County Mos quito and Aquatic Weed Con trol urges residents to help combat mosquito breeding in yards and homes by removing any unnecessary outside recep ticles that hold water. "Heavy rainfall and flood i ng in s ome areas have caused the problem," s ays Dan Gorman, Director of Mo s quito and Aquatic Weed Control. "Due to the recent heavy rain, we expect a sudden increase in mo s quito activit y in the next few days," Gor man says. Although Mosquito Control will continue to spray the county using chemical insec ticides, Gorman says that residents must also assist in the effort for effective control. Around homes and in yards where artificial containers such as buckets, old tires, tin IN MEMORIAM In memory of George W. Carr, Jr., a loving husband, father, son, brother and grandfather, who passed away one year ago, September 9, 1984. He is sadly missed by his family. The Carr, Blalock and Sykes families. CARD-OFTHANKS The family of the late Mrs Celia Martin would like to thank neighbors, friends and everyone for all cards visits, food, clothing, furniture, household items, financial contributions and all other acts of kindness shown to our family during the loss of our loved one and our home. May God bless and keep you all. Daughter, Barbara Dennis and husband, Eddie; grand daughter, Erika. r DEATH._NOTICEil WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Mamie Wade, 1716-4th Ave. Mrs. Christena Brown, P.O. Box 184, Bluffton, SC. Mrs. Maurice L. Williams, 2636 Briggs Ave., Bronx, NY. Mrs. Zorita Baker, 5010 N. 40th St. Mr. Charles Hawkins, 915 E. Lake Ave. Mr. Clarence McMillan, ca n s bottles, an d oth e r tras h and debris have c ollected rain water, mo s quitoe s will breed excessively in jus t a few day s. "People who leave s tanding water in their yard s can exp e ct to experience seriou s problem s c aused by mo s quitoe s Gor..... man warns : During the ne x t few days, Mosquito Control will concen trate on the floodwater mos quito problem. Rain and floodwater pool s form the perfect breeding pla c e for many of the 67 species of mos quitoe s found in Florida. Most floodwater mo s quitoes are s trong flyers and ferociou s biters. To control the annoying insects at home Gorman says that residents c an create their own insect foggers using a lawn mower. Mosquito ConCll trol will provide free specific instructions on creating the fogger. Other types of yard foggers can be purchased at local feed and supply stores. :r "'!j SIC For more information, call Mosquito Control at 'I 870 0550. f .. = 6603 Oakview Terrace -Mrs. Tessie Simmons, 4106 ; LaSalle St. Mrs. Essie Mae Neal, 2912-19th Ave. g: Mrs. Mattie Corbin, 1140 Harrison St. a, Mrs. Rosa Lee Williams, 4508 Troy St. Mr. Louis Crump, Miami, Florida Mr. Robert Williams, 732 Rainbow Dr., Shreveport, LA. Mrs. Josephine (Tot) Brown, 314 Patterson St., Ct. E Mrs. Ralphena Brown, Salt Spring Jamaica, WI. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Nellie Simmons, 1210-9th Ave. Mr. B. J. Sutton, 4815 N. 36th St. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Thelma Harris, 1519 E. Emma St. Mr. Harry Chester, 2113 Gray St. Mr. Andy Morrell, 4602 Manley St. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Amos James Sheffield, 7918 Croton Ave. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME Ruth Laura Noble, 7705 Handy Ave. Ernest Johns, 905 N. Fla. Ave. FOR ONLY > = ="'!j .. I c:"l = = =-= = t:ll Super low price from Rentocolor. 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Apply in Have You Considered A For more information call: 2 bedrooms/1 bath, family person to our representatives, Career In Real Estate? PROGRESSIVE REAL ESTATE room. large house and lot near who will be located at: No experience necessary. & FINANCIAL SERVICES, park. House needs work done. Florida Institute of We will train you. Openings REALTOR Buyer pays closing cost and Law Enforcement available now to complete our 932-5580 owner will finance at $44,900. BARGAINS OF THE WEEK SEMINOLE HEIGHTS 3 BR's/1 bath, new roof, $34,000, down payment $400, large tree-shaded lot. CLAIR-MEL CITY 3 BR's/2 baths, pool, $37,500, down payment $500. WIMAUMA 35 acres -1 package deal, $120,000. Owner will finance w/modcrate down payment. Country Living This side of Plant City. 3 bedrooms/2 baths, new roof, $45,000, down payment $500. Call today, Lorrie Under wood, Salesman, 621-4175. GARREn REALTY St. Petersburg Junior staff. BUILDING LOT Callege BAy AREA MANAGERS SEVEN SERVICES Near the river in the heart of FOR RENT Room 232-5th Ave. INC. REALTY town, corner lot, high & dry. ... ECT.:...;;I;.:O:.:N..;.;;8;,;;.;.0..;.N.;.L_Y __ -II & 66th St. 2107 E. Osborne Ave. 626-7131 or 685-6204 $49,900. Make offer. Se 13 1985 New 2 bedroom duplex, On Friday, pt. -Tampa, Fla. 33610 Gordon Commee PALM RIVER 8605 Alaska. 237-1371. 12 noon-6 p.m.; On Saturday, Real Estate license required. Real Estate Bkr. 4 bedrooms, 1Yz baths, f-----------... Sept. 14, 1985 -9 a.m.-6 237-1866. family room, nice fenced yard CLARI-MEL CITY p.m. WE BUY HOMES on corner lot, $52,900. PossiNice 3/1, ale, fenced yard, Equal Opportunity Employer AND LOTS ble assumptioh. $350/month, $200 security MANAGER ENGINEERING ANY CONDITION DUPLEX IN HYDE PARK deposit. 3206 Clifford Sample OPPORTUNITIES $55 000 0 "t h 1 SOLID WASTE EQUIPMENT Grocery store and meat ne um as Dr. MAINTF.NANCE market w/3 additional apt. bedrom/1 bath, other unit has Large 1 bedroom, possible Salary $25,000-$35,600 Major Planrentals, 1001 E. Columbus 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In 2, fenced yard, a/c. 3506-22nd ning and Architectural firm D $135 000 good condition Ave. $195/month, $150 Administrative and superhas excellent opportunities r., visory work in directing the ac-4-1 Br apts. plus business, SIX ACRES IN security deposit. Call Bill after tivities of inspection, repair, $65,000 w/$20,000 down. THONOTOSASSA 6:30, 877-5006. alteration, maintenance, PROJECT MANAGER Terms available. Also 3 extra On SR 579, convenient to 1--,;_ _________ __ remanufacturing, and servicEnvironmental Engineer C-2 lots available. 1-4, high arid dry, zoned R-2 DUPLEX ing of solid waste collection with minimum lO yrs. ex3 BR's/lbath home, newly and AA. $72,000 will divide 2 bedroom/) bath dupkx rence Florida PE 402 w p 1 o f" with ale, 8508 Elmer St., $325 vehicle. pe 1 renovated, am. acreage. wner mancmg. Ll 'cense requa'red Master's per month plus deposit. Call Prefe r high school graduate Rent-to-buy BOARDING HOME Degree preferred o s 886-5006 or 685-7836. with some college level courses RESIDENTIAL L T Sixteen rooms presently in mechanical engineering and Sell or will build to suit, rented for $100/month with management. Must have conENGINEER financing available w/good potential for higher rent. Live siderable experience in the Minimum 3 yrs. excredit. in owners/managers quarters maintenance and repair of perience in highway design, 2 BR/1 bath frame house, clean as a pen. $110,000 Good heavy ducy construction or PE preferred. $250/month. Rent. to-buy investment. related equipment and This one won't last. Put Number 1 Send resume to T. Lintz c 23 d St & 28th Ave associated hydraulic, electrical orner r to work for you: and mechanical system, in, 2 lots, R-3 zoning, water & POST, BUCKLEY 'I bl Owner eluding some superviso ry ex-sewer. avaa a e. SCHUH & JERNIGAN, t t d T vaa"lable perience. mo 1va e erms a Send resume to the City of INC. NEW ON MARKET St. Petersburg Employment 5405 Cypress Center Dr. 4-lBR apt. houses, rent Division, P.O. Box 2842, St. Suite 200 $230/month each. Reduced to Petersburg, Florida 33731. Ta, mpa, FL 33609 $76,000. Owner motivated. Res umes must be submitted Call Lisa Rugotzke, Realtor Equal Opportunity Employer 626 7131 by October 11, 1985. Equal M/F/H/V Assoc., eves. Opportunity Employer. 689-9374. gntu[2l A Bay Area Realty, Inc. 4508 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa tl fttoal E.-.till't'nrpurhotl F.qualf)ppllf'lunilyf:mplloyt>r Furnished rooms for rent, 1216 12th Ave. Clean and reasonable, refrigerato.r, cook ing facilities. 238-3244. 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; or Lou, 223-6567.


CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-19_21-FOR RENT 2 bedroom apt., $220 a month. 1 bedroom efficiency, $165 / month. 949-3551. FOR RENT FOR RENT 2 bedroom/1 bath furnished 6-Room house for rent, apt., $275/month. 2544931. w/yard, no pets. In Ybor City 1------------....,. 677-7478. Apt. for rent by week or MISCELLANEOUS PRIVATE INVESTORS Will consdider any situa tion. Homeowners only. 963-0565, days. -----------t IO.f,)J!th. Call885-4519. 1 furnished and 1 unfurnish__ ed 2 BR apt. for rent, just MONEY TALKSl..-. 'f -:t'i )louses for rent, living and remodeled. Call933-3147 afte r 1 and 2 bedrflom apts for dining rooms, kitchen and 7 p.m. or 933-1455, day s rent a / c. I & 1\1 Apts y 1002 private yards. 3623-18th St. & ..;...----------tLemon St. 258-5151. 2401-9th Ave. 254-0604 Train for SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test), Verbal Math with competent Professionals, 971-5639. SECTIQN 8 APPROVED 1&2 bedroom apts. for rent, 2 bedrooms / 1 bath apt.,l--------------11 2 bedroom apt. for rent. as low as $198 / month with $lSO/month, $ISO deposit. We lruy Home s Any Condi _C;_a_ll_2_3_7_-6_9_8_s_. -------t$263 deposit. Includes water, 2602-24th St. 932 1337 tion. Any Area. garbage and a/c. 623-6084. 1-------------1 Tom P. Martino Unfurnished 2 bdrm .,_------------1 2 bedooms, $220 month, Inc., Realtor Hou s e, 1215 Kay Street. Clean 209 W. Gladys 883-4373 2018 E 7th Ave. 1 bedroom apt., a l e heat, 1-------------1 _a_n_d_r_.e,_a_so_n_a_b_le_._2 3 8_-3 2 4 4__4 $250 / month, $150 deposit Rooms for rent, working 248"6111 Call Gary between 6 pm10 people only. $35 per week.l----..... -------1 EFFICIENCY APT. 1804 E 5th Avenue, $110 / month. pm, 879-5515. Stop by 3510 N. 11th, off 1------------iLake Ave., between 3 & 9 pm. Unfurnished 2 bedroom / 1 1------------1 MISCELLANEOUS 1 bedroom apt., living and bath apt., $275 / month, $150 dining rooms. 237-8637. deposit, nice yard. 1171!2 S. 1--------------1 Call932-2338 or go REEVES Furnished rooms and apts ._b_y_an_d_s_ee_. _______ -1 PLUMBING, Co. Convenient location. Very Apt. and room for rent. nice. 228-9538. 223 2181 For All Your Plumbing Needs 1 large 2 bedroom apart ment available. 254-3975. 1 bedroom / 1 bath efficiency apt., a l e, kitchen appliances. 238-4348 ----------..... ---11 week free rent. $140/month. 10031!2 E. Emma St. Go by or Apt. and room for rent. call 237 2537 #328 223-2181. WEST TAMPA CARPENTRY Unfurnished 1 bedroom Clean 1 bedroom, $50 week SMALL JOBS apt., 2305-1Sth Ave. Clean plus $125 security. 23 18 License 8957 _a_n_d_r_e_as_o_n_a_b_le_._2_3_8-_3_244_._--l Walnut. Drive by then call After S 2 bedroom apt. for rent, J-9 3 2_-3_0_7_7_ ..:...------t-----25_ 4 4 3 2 1 __ _--1 2304-12th St. Call 9714966 or 2 bedroom Townhouse near 221-1525 after 4 p.m. public and private schools. We Buy Land. Any Area. ---------------t$225/ th 503 w St Call Herman, 248-6111 or SECTION 8 ONLY! mon ; arren ., I ,. N' eves. 248-6256. 1 .,ed room home, 3214 carpet, e ectnc uti ahes. ace hb h d 239 3584 Tom P. Martino Lindell. 237-1371. neag or 00 Inc. Realtor HOTEL CALIFORNIA 2018 E 7th A 2 bedroom duplex, stove, ve. $4 0$70 weekly. Has ceiling 248 6111 refrigerator, air, carpet, fans, game room, kitchen; 1------------1 burglar bars, 415 orest Ave., 224 9122 3302 Florida Ave. PROGRESSIVE REAL ESTATE Very dean. Call621-4166after 1------------1 & FINANCIAL SERVICES 6 2 bedrooms, $310; 1 Urges you to find out about ADULT DAY CARE 8 A.M.-6 P.M. Other hours negotiable. Clean home, central heat & a/c. Planned menus. H R.S. Board/Health & fire dept. in spected and approved. Reasonable rates. 237-8994. LOW INTEREST MORTGAGES Call UsWe Can Help! ACCURATE MORTGAGE BROKER 14540 N. Florida Avenue. Call Alan, days, 963-0565 ; nights, 963-1956. MONfY TO LEND Mortgage Loans up to $15,000. "'o Credit Checks. Tom P. Martino, Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. "" Ph: 248-6111 MORTGAGE LOANS No Credit Check! Tony Muniz, Jr. Licensed Mtg. Bkr. 6304 N. Nebraska Ave. 237-5011 3 bedroom / 2 bath house for bedroom, $265, 5401-07 E. our low cost Mortgage Protec-1------------rent, or rent w / option to buy; Columbus Orive; 2 bedrooms,' tion Plan. Protect your fenced backyard, children and $275, 1614-14th Ave. No pet. and your family now. Call pet s ok, $475 month plus No children. 877-1955. Reynold (Ron) Diaz, depo s it. Sulphur Spring area. 1--------------1 Realtor / Financial Consultant. AUTO-HOMELIFE FAST CLAIM SERVICE RATES FOR GOOD AND BAD DRIVING RECORDS 273-0886. WEST TAMPA 932-5580: 2410 E. Busch Blvd. ROOMS FOR RENT 3 bedroom house, rent Large furni s hed room s with w / option. Just remodeled, burglar bar door, near Florida nice neighborhood. Call Avenue. Newly remodeled. 248-6256 eves. Section 8 ok. Bathroom and kitchen 1-------------1 1 bedroom, $220/month, 105 W. Frances. 883-4373. Washers I Dryers Refrigerators I Freezers Starting At Just $5.00 1st Week' s Rent Free Service INSURANCE HAMIL TON AGENCY 1720 North Nebraska Ave. privilege s $45 / week plus $15.00 deposit required. 253-2539 or 229-2939. PHONE : 229 1879 1913-15th Ave. 238-6461 2 bedroom apt., w / w 2 bedroom unfurnished carpet, stove and refrigerator just painted; $49/ week, $491 T T .. I T :. .I provided, 2915 N Highland deposit Call Mrs. Minardi, Ave., $225 /month, $100 days 253-8871 or nights/ depo s it. 886-1954 or 988-2114. weekends, 253-3870. 2 bedroom duplex apt. with 1st MONTH'S RENT FREE ale, $285/month, water and S200 Moves You In! garbage paid. 3216-48th St. Limited time period. Come 839-2842. grow with us! 1 .. ..;..;.. __________ -1 Spacious 2 bedroom unfur3 bedrooms/11!2 bath. nished ap! electric ap._2;;;.5;..1;.._86_46_. _______ -1pliances, security guard living 1716 E. COLUMBUS on premises. 231-4745. Furnished apt. for rent, 2 Furnished apt. for rent, 2 large bedrooms, $240 month bedrooms, livingroom plus $150 security deposit w /fireplace, dining room moves you in. Call 238-6667. w/french doors, kitchen. 2 SECTION 8 ONLY! BR's (12xl8) & bath. All Large 3 bedroom home, 811 rooms completely furnished & E Conover. 237-1371. carpeted, burglar bars, dead Furnished 3 bedroom' bolt locks, off street parking. Trailer in Seffner; kitchen Landlord pays water, sewage facilities, male or female elder& garbage. Adults only. No ly couple, or small family. Call pets. First month's rent plus _621-5098 security deposit. 254-3528. [Teat; IMMEDIATE RESULTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY e Y t:/'flWu!Lid t U auxzAe. tH' aitNHt& oaUfe. auadablc !Tmbidaai (JfHUkfelut:9 (Jo-tUt Young intends to register the = fictitious trade name, Ex=perienced Presorts Service, Inc. with the Clerk of the Cir:-cuit of Hillsborough County, 1 Florida Pursuant to Section C':l 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: that the under s igned intends to = engage in the bu s ines s of preS. sorting, folding, labeling and :r inserting at 6506 Reef Circle, Tampa, Fla. 33625. Dated this 3rd Day of September, 1985. Wilford Young & Pamela Young Sole Owners .. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS TRADE NAME Notice is hereby given that = = the undersigned Ernest and Lucy Mills, Booker T. and Cecelia Fields, Walter and Bell Watts, and Ronnie and Jackie Graham, intend to register the fictitious trade name, The 34 Club with the Clerk of the Cir cuit of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, 1953: that the undersigned intends to engage in the business of Automotive and Parts Shop at 1718-26th Avenue, Tampa, "CC Florida 33605 > Dated this 27th Day of August, 1985. ..., Ernest & Lucy Mills, Booker T. & Cecelia Fields Walter & Bell WattS ..., Ronnie & Jackie Graham Sole Owners z M .: ; : t 1


.... ...... .. .......... .. .. ................................ ........ ............................ ... ; Five Gentlemen Fulfill Business Census Shows Two-Thirds Venture After Seven years Of Poor Are White WASHINGTON Two-1984 also showed. It was in the spring of 1978 BY GWEN HAYES Their slogan is "Your Dollar thirds of the nation's poor Fewer than half the poor that five gentlemen decided Sentinel Managing Editor Goes Farther At Bronze people are white, say poverty lived in a family headed by a they wanted to become a part Star." statistics compiled by the Cen. woman. rl.l of Tampa's business comIronically, the five business sus Bureau that correct some Poor children younger munity. All of them are gainpartners are members of the common misperceptions about than 15 outnumbered poor fully employed on other jobs, Church of Christ, and the poverty. people 65 and older by a ratio riJ but because of the lack of sales clerk, Peggy Henderson, Income statistics released of more than 3-to-1. black businesses at that time, is also a member. Business last week showed that 22.9 ..., 1 Most poor people older they wanted to help the compartners in addition to Stone mi lion whites were among the than 14, including 26,000 who munity. are: George Gaines, Jr., vice 33.7 million Americans who were in the armed forces, The first order of business president, a city employee; were poor They had worked during 1984 unless was a name for their group. Larry Tillman, acco untant, pretax incomes below limits "We wanted a name that federal government employee; set at $4,979 for an elderly they were retired or in school. would identify with black Perry King, treasurer, a local widow and $5,400 for an adult Most poor families did not without using the word barber; and Melvin M. Stone, under 65 living alone, $6,983 receive any cash welfare black," Melvin Stone, presisecretary, a Tampa Fire Dept. for a married couple of beneifts. dent, states. After a vote, the employee, nephew of Stone. working age, and $10,609 for decided on Bronze Star Those who have assisted in a family of four Investment Co At first the t the store and given moral supGathered in a survey last Whatever You Need Classified Has It. collected cans and paper MELVIN STONE port include: Daisy Gaines, March of 57,000 households, to sell to gain capital. "We President Angie Tillman, Aletha King, the Census Bureau figures for wanted to set aside some Pamela Stone, Tisha and money so that we wouldn't tinued to explain. Their merKatena Henderson; Stone's have to borrow a lot of money chandise was put away in a daughter, Antenette, and two fll from the beginning," Stone mini warehouse and sold from grandsons, Tony and Ren= time to time. nard; Benita Gaines and Betty .g group purchased about Another opportunity 'Jackson. l;:,lc:>Iclaettle and grazed them on became available where they The support Bronze Star has 's family's property in were able to secure a building. gained from the community ; ake Wales. However, "We didn't want to get out of provides Stone the opportuniof the distance involvthe black community, but we ty to offer advice: "Seek a in traveling to take care of wanted to be within reach of good location, have the forcattle, the group sold the the total community," he said titude, treat your customers ..... .... ,.and put the money aside of the group settling on a right by getting repeat I wait for another opportuni-building at 3503A E. customers, have a friendly atc ty. Hillsborough Ave. titude and mean it, don't look The group became door-toThe Bronze star Variety for immediate profits, believe ., door salesmen peddling Store opened six months ago in and trust people, look for = household goods, jewelry, and has a variety of items volume and turning over < ....... e ............. o and gained a great medicine, household, grocery, stock. We are trying to inof community support. jewelry, clothing, hair care stitute these things and our ::s 1-fn.UT"'""'r, because they were products, greeting cards, business is growing each week. uuau" to hire a salesman, that catalog ordering, and the "I don't agree with the sayt' also put a strain on the latest addition is VCR tapes. ing that blacks don't patronize who also had obliga"Some items we were relucother blacks in usiness to their jobs. "That was tant to try, but after the combecause we have gotten ., profit-making business, but munity kept asking for them tremendous support from the ,! there just were not enough we have to give the people black community and others," time after hours," Stone conwhat they want," Storie said. StQne states Program Holds Graduation Ceremony = i For Future Business Owners '3 = = Stia Systems and Associates will graduate approximately 33 future business owners from their Entrepreneurial Training Program on Friday, Sept. 13, at a noon luncheon to be held in the Banquet Room of the Tobacco Com pany Restaurant. The Entrepreneurial Train ing Program is a four-year program which was created under the Job Training Part nership Act. It is open to any Hillsborough County resident who is on unemployment com pensation, who has exhausted their unemployment compen sation, or who is experiencing a barrier in getting a job. According to Sarah Frenzel of Stia Systems and Associates, it is a federally BY PATIY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer funded 12 week program. It includes eight weeks of classroom training on how to design and begin a small business, then a four week in ternship with locally ed businesses. -"Our aim is there should be no barrier to an in dividual who is interested in starting their own business," Frenzel stated. The program has assisted people in establishing businesses in cabinet making, landscaping, jewelry sales, photography, commercial janitorial services, and day care centers Friday's ceremony will in clude issuing diplomas to rank's Ornamental Iron those who have formally com pleted the course and are ready to start their own small business. The next 12-week program is slated to start in late October. Spot Advertising Works Go Classified THE GREAT REV. MAKO SPIRITUAl. READER, HEALER, AND ADVISOR Tells past, present and future. He knows aft, tells all. If you are sick anil in bad heallh. Knows your enemies! Is your loved one Uo you need money? If you han a Curse or Bad Spell he can hrlp you break the bad luck. Ont visit ciin or maybt solve all your problems. His spKialty is xetting the sick well and reunilinx tht loved ones. Lucky Days and :'lium btn art IF YOU Nt:ED HEI.P DON'T Ht:SHATt: ("OMt: NOW. I A Tt:R MA \ Bt: roo LA n : ('OME BY HIS OHU'E OR ('AU. 234-2241, 219 W. HII.I.SBOROl l(;H An:. 4 BUX"KS WEST ot 1-75, TAMPA. Bli S RIDE FROM ANYWHt:Rt: CUP THIS An t'OR A SPt:(' 1Al. Rt:Aill!'oi(; TAMPA BAY BUILDERS STATE CERTJFIED .CLASS A GENERAL CONTRACTORS LICENSED INSURED BONDED New Home Construction Room Additions Remodel & Repair 251-2585 ... Pre s ident 1005 W. Platt St., Tampa, FL 33606 NEED HoME REPAIRED Want Your Bills & Mortgage Paid Off WE DO ANY KIND OF WORK LARGE OR SMALL 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 COLUMII.IA RESTAURANT Ricky E. Williams Attorney At law (S1/2 Yrs. State Attorney's Office) and Wrongful Death (Vehicle Accidents, Slip & Fall, Railroad, 24 Hour Service 621 Boat & Motorcycle Accidents, Defective Residential Commerciaj Products, Uninsured Motorists). Financin2 Arranged Criminal Defense (State & Federal Court) r-< (.felonies Drug Cases, Misdemeano .rs, Traffic, OWl and Juvenile). z 8 I FRA N K E JOHNSON urg ar Bars Railings ... owner Divorce Custody Support Fin' Escapes Stairways Weldings See Our Ad In The Yellow Pages (Pgs. 129 & 139) Ornamentals Free Home H -S .. ours : Mon.-fri 8 6 237 1659 ..


Juvenile Stabbed In Mistrial Declared Second Unidentified Female In Vote-Fraud Case Body Found. In Incinerator Riverfront Park BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-A .... federal judge has declared a According to police from one bin to another. According to police while arguing at the concesmistrial in the vott fraud trial spokesman Johnny Barker, a Barker stated that the spokesman Johnny Barker, a sion stand. of the mayor of Union after a second unidentified female's body has not been identified, 14-year-old female The young man was taken lone black juror held out for body was discovered in a trash but the woman is believed was arrested .Sunday, Sept. 8, to Tampa General innocent t.hrough bin at the City Incinerator be in her mid-20s. She is in Riverfront Park after the after the 5 p.m. nrciEient, hours of dehberat10ns. Plant at 6:01 p.m. Monday built and approximately five Jazz Concert, and charged where he is Jisted in serious r The mistrial for Union night, by a crane operator who feet tall. ... with aggravated battery. She condition. 7 Mayor James Colvin. w.as was hoisting the garbage at the The cause of death has not reportedly stabbed her The young femalf, Barker declared by U.S. Distnct No. 34th St. and E. Clark St been determined, but police i 16-year-old boyfriend in the stated, was released to Judge Samuel C. Pointer after facility. detectives are treating this case Ul -:----jury Eugene Bates The employee reportedly as a possible homicide. I U d told him the discovered a portion of the According to Barker, the Man's Shooting s n er body hanging from the crane bodydidnotshowanysignsof Investl gatton By Poltce Colvm, who Is was as he was transporting garbage decomposition. charged by the Justice Depar-____ ___ .;.._ _______ ,1 Barker stated that police of ficers are seeking a known suspect, but they have not determined the circumstances surrounding the shooting tment in a 26-count indictment p v Woman Dies with conspiracy, mail fraud, rogress I age furnishing false information After Two Car Collision to an election official, and using 12 absentee ballots : to vote more than once in the According to police spokesman Johnny Barker, Clifford Grooms, 34, 402 E. Forest Ave., was admitted into St. Joesph's Hospital in good condition, after receiving a gunshot wound to the neck on Sunday, Sept. 8 at 10:30 p.m. The incident occurred at Democratic primary Sept. 4. Janice Cressie Jennings, 30, 8001 Ash Ave., died as a result of injuries sustained in a two car collision at 4800 E. Hillsborough Ave ., at 12:25 p.m. Monday. Her daughter, Lisa White, 12, 8001 Ash Ave., who was a passenger in the vehicle was admitted to Tampa General Hospital with a broken leg. the center line while traveling east bound on Hillsborough Ave., and ran head-on into a 1979 Buick : driven by Nancy Marie Fields, 23, 805 Deeplands Dr. Fields was also admitted int<:> Tampa General Hospital in critical but stable condition, due to multiple in1800 26th Ave. Pointer tentatively I Jerry's Discount Jewelry I I After Labor Day Specialt 1 I September 6 -September 14th 1 I Bring This Ad In And Receive 1 : 30% OFF I I Anything In Showcase I I I I Person Spending The Most Money 1 I During This Period Will Receive A 1 I FREE NAME PI.A TE I I Hurry Before Offer Expires. 1 I 4806 Nebraska Ave. 237-0701 I scheduled a' new trial in early November, but no date was announced. Weather Report v Today Partly cloudy and warm, high 90, low 76. VVednesday Sun ny and warm, high 91, low 75. According to police reports, for unknown reasons Jennings drove her 1985 Renault left of juries. Police spokesman Johnny Barker explained that no charges were filed. Body Found, Cause Of Death Is Still Unknown spokesman Johnny Barker, the corpse was badly decom posed indicating that it had been at that location for II' if = ; I = e. ; I Thursday Partly cloudy with afternoon showers, high 89, low 76. The body of 22-year-old Sonja Rene Dye, 2209 20th Ave was discovered by a passer-by on Fri day night at 7:50p. m., police reports state. The body was or four days. The Coroner's = c. .. I = e =-e = fl}


I'll = c:> :a -= c:> = I -.. 'C = = .::J 0 "". !-c. z !-c cJ < Larmon MOWS DOWN IT's OVERGROWN INVENTORY We Can't AffordTOlet AnyGrass Grow Under Our Feet. And This Week, Neither Can You. We've Cut Prices On Perfectly Fine Brand New Furniture, Because It's Fencing Us. ln. You'll Save On looks For Every Room Keep You In Clover. From New Classics To Old-Fashi-oned Country. All Reduced To Weed-out Late Bloomers. So Beat A Path To Our Store and Rake In Storewide ... in_ gs. Living Rooms: Dunmore Traditional styled leatherlike cover sofa and chair. Reg. 11150 '899 Bassett #567 Traditional styled sofa with loose pillow back Arm bolsters. Cotton quilt fab. ric. Reg. '1020 '920 Gracefully styled Stuart #651 sofa with upholstered legs. Loose back pillows with Herculon striped earth tone colors. Reg. '799 '599 Caraway #1451 Sectional. Contemporary style with pillow bock in a gray color Herculon fabric. Reg. 1850 '599 Wayneline #122 Sectional with 3 tables included. Natural color cover. Reg. 11050 '899 Caraway 1500 Contemporary style sofa and chair upholstered in a blue floral velvet. Reg. 1750 I WE CARE ABOUT YOUR HOME..6.WAYS I. Fr Ddivt"ry 2. t 'rnand Pla,rment 3. \\'(' our 4 Insurance Protection 5 S.denion 6 Bt"forc. and After Sren:ice to Mall.e 5 Urc Y o u are Satiditd. '599 Bedrooms: Vaughn 11n -4 pc oak bedroom head board, frame, triple dresser, INS Full size mattress and box spring included. Reg. 11100 '1039 Bassett #118-4: 4 piece dark pine finish Triple dresser, headboard, footboard, frome ond NS. Mattress ond box spring included. Reg. 11400 '1239 Ashley Black and Brass classic bedroom. Double dresser, chest, nightstand, headboard and frame. Reg. 5720 '599 Bassett #1 039 oak 4 piece. Dresser, nightstand, king size headboard and frame. Reg. 11100 '939 Dining Rooms: Bassett #3005 oak table with mirror panels and 6 cane back chairs. Reg. 1949 '799 Bossett #3174 7 piece dining room in dark pine finish i ncludes Iorge trestle table, 5 side choirs 1 arm chair. Reg. 11599 '1399 Broyhill #58-40 -5 pc oak dining table with 4 cane back chairs. Reg. 1619 '549 Bassett #3058 contemporary cherry finish table with 6 side chairs with brass trim. Matching chins also available. Reg. 11099 '899 Miscellaneous: Beautiful rattan etagere made by lm perial. Reg 1399 '299 Wardrobes made by. Foremost .in dark tone finish Reg 1189 '159 New Orleans trundle bed in dark pine finish. 2 bunkies included. Reg. 1350 '299 3 pc. Bar set by Frank & Sons includes large bar and 2 leather-like stools Reg. 1250 '199 Swivel rockers by Stanley in a 'variety of colors trimmed in wood. Reg. 1119 '89 Get More for Less Now! J U!lJli1.uM glfL 1324-307th Ave. Tampa 1931 ARMON WE CARRYJ OUP OWN ACCOUNTS Ph: 2474711 SIMULAR TO ILLUSTRATION Plenty Of FREE P ark1ng On Lot In REAR OF STORE OPEN 9AM to6PM MONDAYTHRll SAT. CLOSI:.D SU REMEMBER ... LARI>fO!IO !SA rULLSERVICE rUR!IOITlJRf: STORE ........................................................................ ...


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