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West Tampa Cleanup Set For Saturday All The FLORIDA entinel News Fit To r f I ., j ullefin Print AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY 4 ........ 110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday VOL. 40 NO. 55 TAMP A, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1985 Body Enters Building Duo Competition (SEE STORY ON PAGE 19) Teens Fight After Skating ( j TRIBUTE IS PAID TO PRE-SCHOOL DIRECTORS An annual event of Alpha Omicron Chapter of The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. is a program involving young children. In recognition of the time and effort necessary to for these programs, the sorority awards Certificates of Appreciation to the Pre-School Center Directors who participate. Among them are, left to right, D. Griffin, Pebbles Kid die Koop; Delores Wheeler, College Hill Day Nursery; and Altamese Brodie, Helping Hand Day Nursery. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 22) f J. -. -DERUSHA ARTIS WEDS CARLOS ORTIZ Derusha Ann Artis and Carlos Tomas Ortiz were married Saturday afternoon at the bride's home. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Charles Copeland. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Artis. Mr. and Mrs. Tomas Ortiz are the parents of the groom. The couple will live in Tampa.


.... {I) = 0 ... .... "CS .r: .... li I Guard Enjoys Children School Crossing Working With BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor For the past 13 years, Ms Margie Lovett has been a mainstay at the corner of Scott and Governor Streets. For nine months of each year, she is the school crossing guard for St. Peter Claver Catholic School. School crossing guards are unqer lhe of tlt; County Sheriff's Dept. Although she doesn't have children of her own, she en joys the company of others children. "I enjoy working with the children here," she said, "-and don' t have any problems with any of them. The teachers, parents and staff are very nice It's like being at home," slle explained Having been on that corner for so many years, Mrs Lovett has gained the tru s t of parefi r s ; teachers and Even the motorists notice when she's not there. "I didn't realize people pay that much attention," she said Ms. Lovett began working as a school crossing guard in Washington, D. C She left the city for about three years and upon her return, parents from the school where she had worked petitioned for her return to her position. She was returned. When asked why she has never been moved to another station, Ms. Lovett said, "I've requested because I don't Mtve: 1in y p ioblems. And, it's clo s e t d home." She lives a s hort distance away. i Ms. Lovett became a s chool crossing through the tralning of Tampa Cobcenl trated Employment' Program (TCEP). However, having been a crossing guard before in Washington, her training was not as extensive as that for beginners. When not working, Ms. Lovett enjoys fishing with a yotmger sister. "My mother is the one who got us intere s ted. When we were young she would always take us fishing and I hated it. But as I learned more about what I was doing, I enjoyed it more. Now, you can't keep me away from a fishing creek." Ms. Lovett is a member of Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, a former member of the No 3 Choir; a member of Loving Princess order of Eastern Stars, Chapter No. 308. She is also a member of the Hang Out Club, a social organization .... [. TAMPA BAY BUILDERS HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING SPECIALIST LIC. 034997 BONDED AND INSURED CALL OR COME BY FOR FREE ESfiMA. TES President West Slates Cleanup Committee Activity Saturday Tampa Daylong For the past several weeks, West Tampa Dayle Greene has been beating the streets in an effort to secure volunteers for the comm ercial and residential cleanup cam paign slated for West Tampa. Greene and busines sman Bernie Cimino, chairper s on s for the Cleanup West Tampa project, had discussed the idea foi' a number of year s, b ut more recently placed more em phasis on the idea before deciding to put the idea in ac tion. "Basically we want to beautify and cleanup the litter in West Tampa," Greene said. "The residents and the com merical customers put the lit ter there so we think those groups should be re s ponsible for cleaning it up," Greene said Continuing, Greene said, "we care about the communi ty and we want to make it look better. And, we think it will enhance the business com munity, too The boundaries for the cleanup campaign are: Colum bus Drive, north; 1-275, south; Rome Ave., east; and Armenia Ave., west. Among the different businesses / agencies in v ol ved in the project are: Hillsborough County Center of Excellence Bay Area Chamber of City of Tampa Office of Com munity Relations, Cit y .. of Tampa. Housing, Inspections BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor and Community Service s, West Tampa Bu s ines s Cen t er, Wes t Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Tampa Police Dept., City of Tampa Sanita tion Dept., Tampa Branch NAACP, Reynolds Alumin1,1m, Tampa Organiza tion of Black Affairs (TOBA) Boys and Girl s Club of Tampa, Wes t Riverside Neighborhood Crime Watch, Rey Park and Martin Luther King Center s, Dept. of Cor rection s (Probation Service s ), Wes t Tampa Ne i ghborhood Service Center, Unity Pro moters, Spicola Hardware and a ho s t of other volunteer s and merchants who have donated goods and service s to this pro ject. Tampa City Councilwoman Sand y Freeman has called for local government to utilize the s ector. W e need a strong public-private effort to cleanup and beautify Tampa. This effort must be led by the public sector and should in clude the cleaning of drainage ditches and retention ponds, the elimination of litter. .. The city should help every neighborhood meet its needs and become a more attractive place to live." Guidelines for the project are: all volunteers must sign a waiver to hold the City of Tampa harmless in the event of an injury before participating in the project; volunteers are asked to wear long pant s supply their own heavy dut y gloves and a tool s uch as a rake, broom, shovel, if they ha v e one; residents are a s ked t b have tras h placed their cu rbside no later than 7 a m. Saturday, June 15. No garbage or building material s plea s e Reynolds Aluminum will be on hand to buy cans. Refreshments will be served to volunteers only at the Mar tin Luther King Center follow ing the cleanup. Volunteer are to meet at the corner of Main St. and Howard Ave. to receive their assignment. Other volunteers interested should call 251-4625. "The cleanup committee plans to conduct another campaign just prior to the FAMU/B-CC game. i n November to create a better business atmosphere enabling West Tampa to once again become a clean, safe and pro sperous area, Greene stated Unity Party Meeting Slated "In the name of God, we need UNITY in our families, communities and society!" That will be the prayer and plea uttered in song, speech and dance this Saturday, June 15, in Tampa Electric's auditorium and atrium, located on Franklin Street, a c ross from Tampa Theatre. The event is the Bay Area Unity Party, organized by UNITY Promoters, Inc., a private, non-profit corpora tion. The party gets underway at 7 p.m. Jim Rhinehart, moderator of WTMP's live talk show, "Conflict," and owner of Jim Rhinehart Music Concepts, will be the host for the even ing's activities. The popular radio personality is an outspoken advocate Of the need for united efforts as well as individual selfimprovement. Rhinehart will have the honor of introducing some .of the bay area s most talented and most outstanding young African-Americans. Headlin ing the list will be Edith Langston and the Gospel Mets, the award-winning group from Plant City that won WTMP's 1985 Budweiser-sponsored musical competition Janice Nunn-Nelson, Tampa's own bright star who JIM RHINEHART Nationally known guitarist songwriter Wilmore Sadiki of Deland will present his latest creation as well as the ageless tap dancer Leon Muhammad, owner of the Nile Fish Market on 29th St. The Rev. Clarence Warren, pastor of Mt. Moriah Prim i tive Baptist Church, will give the opening prayer. Speaker s addressing the need for UNITY will include : Dr Mary Lindsey, Executive Director of the Center of Ex cellence; Harriet Scott, HRS Supervisor and active member of Greater Bethel Baptist Church; and poet-photographer Joseph Christopher. Also, Otis Anthony, Presi dent of Bay Area Black Arts, Inc., Oguntolu Akinlana and family; and Askia Muham mad, Founder and Director of UNITY Promoters, among others. Persons desiring more infor mation should call 248-2923 or 223-7635. 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 251-2585 Or 251-8754 recently shined on Tony T&M IUILDERS-2104 E. 7th AVE. 1005 W. PLAn ST., TAMPA, FLORIDA 33606 Brown's nationally syndicated .. ...... ACROSS FROM COLUMBJA RESTAURANT


Westshore Development To e op1c Carver City /Lincoln Gardens Meeting The 14 In recent years, residents, of the Carver City/Lincoln Gardens communities have been keeping abreast of the number of encroachments that have been attempted on their properties. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor all residents are to at tend. For additional information call 872-0581. At one point it was the Jim Walter Corporation that wanted to purchase some of the homes, supposedly to build a parking lot; then there was a proposal to have the Northwest Expressway cut through the middle of the homes, most of which have been in the community for more than 25 years. Now, with increasing talk about the Westshore Development Association DRI (Develop ment of Regional Impact) plan, residents have another concern A DRI study is con ducted near proposed projects to determine how it would im pact roads, sewers, water systems and neighborhoods No boundaries for the study, which may cost the the city up to $500,000, nave been set. However, residents in the Carver City/Lincoln Gardens community are concerned, especially since their residences are so close to the Westshore business district. On Thursday evening, June 13, Mrs. Loretta Ingraham LORETTA INGRAHAM ... Guest Speaker \ will be the guest speaker for the Carver City/Lincoln Gardens Civic and Homeowners Association dur ing ns monthly meeting at 7 p. m. at the Forest Heights Com munity Center. Mrs. In graham will give those in at tendance an update on the Westshore Planning project. Another guest of the meeting will be Attorney Ricardo L. Gilmore of the law firm o f Morrison, Gilmore a nd Clark. He will address community development. President Dave Brown said By Joe Black Black America and Black Americans have not been enjoying the fruits of a "better life these past few years. But we must not be hasty and blame all of our troubles on President Reagan. No, he is not blameless, but I remember a biblical quotation that tells us to let he who has not sinned cast the first stone. Theres no denying that the budget cuts will have a negative effect in the Black community. However, that does not mean that we must despair and throw our hands in the air. No, I say that it is time for Black adults to have the intestinal fortitude to stand up and face reality. We must stop wasting time and energy talking about racism and use that time to tell each other that the Lord helps those who help themselves. We must face up to the fact that welfare is psychological slavery because people give up independence, freedom, pride and ini. tiative for a check. The government is not obligated to take care of us. Black people had problems and survived before President Franklin D. Roosevelt introduced the National Relief Act in 1934. Black people have overcome their trials and tribulations in life through pride, initiative and the work ethic Of course, they-needed and accepted assistance. But they did not accept it as a way of life. Thday Black adults must stop viewing our problems from a negative standpoint. We can help ourselves-more of us can take a job while we are looking for the job. Our youths must not be made to believe that because they attend inner-city schools they are not academically competent. Black males must accept their responsibility as fathers so the Black family can be strengthened. My friends, we must do for ourselves if we ever hope to make it to the promised land. Mrs. Ingraham has been closely watching the proposed DRI for the Westshore business district. Her main concern is that the residents not get discouraged and sell their residences. "What most people don't understand is that their homes cannot be taken other than through emi nent domain," she stated. "The greedy developers are just raping, robbing and ripp ing us off," she said Mrs. Ingraham favors the proposed study, but she fears the study will cause more encroachment on their neighborhood. One thing she js pleased about is that there has to be a public hearing on the study before it reaches county and state officials for impact fees which will be paid by developers. Even though the study may take 2 Yz years, residents of the community want to be includ ed in any planning that takes place. "We've been run from every place we've gone," Mrs Ingraham stated. "We don't have any place else to go. Once they move us out where will we go? To the river," she asked. A neighbor, Mrs. Theresa Washington, stated, "we've been here since the palmettos, snakes and alligators were here. Who would have thought they d (developers) would have want.ed this land?," she asked. Tampa Gets 'E' Award The City of Tampa has become the first city govern ment in Florida to receive the President's "E" Award for its promotional efforts to in crease U.S. trade abroad. Mayor Bob Martinez recei"ved notification that Tampa had won the award from U.S. Secretary of Coin Malcolm Baldrige. The President's "E" Award was created by executive order of the President in 1961 to af ford suitable recognition to persons, firms or city government in Florida, and one of the first to receive it in the Southeast region of the U.S., according to George Martinez, trade specialist with the U.S. Department of Commerce. NAACP will host its Annual Friends and supporters of Freedom Fund Dinner, Frithe Tampa Branch NAACP day, June 14, at 7 p.m. at the efforts toward freedom and Holiday Inn-Airport, 4500 W. justice for all are encouraged Cypress. to attend the Freedom Fund Guest Speaker for the event Dinner. For Ticket or Table is Rev. Julius Hope, NAACP Information, please call National Director of Religious 251-0228 or 238-1228. A $25 Affairs. Rev. Hope is also donation is asked. Pastor of the New Grace MisSenator Chiles To Speak sionary Baptist Church in At Orlando Banquet Highland Park, Michigan. The NAACP will honor the three outgoing County Com missioners for their outstand ing service and achievements during the past two years as public servants to citizens of Hillsborough C_ounty. "Com missioners E. L. Bing, Matt Jetton and John Paulk will be recognized and commended for their commitment to high ethical standards and equitable decisions in govern ment," said Bob Gilder, Presi dent of the Tampa Branch NAACP. Other individuals will also be honored at the Freedom Fund Dinner. Mr. Norman Hickey, County Administrator and Mrs. Claudia Silas, Retired School Ad ministrator, will receive the NAACP Humanitarian Award; Chief Robert Smith, Chief of Police and Arthenia Joyner, President of the Na tional Bar Association, will receive the NAACP Human Rights Award. Outstanding Volunteer Awards will also be SEN. LAWTON CHILES U S. Senator Lawton Chiles of Florida will be the guest speaker at the 12th An nual. Freedom and Awards Banquet of the Florida State Conference of NAACP Bran ches on Friday, June 14, at thf' Contemporary Resort Hotel, Walt Disney World. Senator Chiles has been a member of the U. S. Senate since 1971. Currently, he serves on the Appropriations Committee, Budget Commit tee, Governmental Affairs Committee and the special committee on Aging. The Sixth Annual Gwen dolyn Sawyer Cherry Award > = Q. will be awarded to an individual that -has done outstanding work in human 1 and civil rights in memory of the late State Representative .. REV. J. C. HOPE ... Banquet Speaker Gwendolyn S. Cherry. The 1985 recipient is the Honorable Leander Shaw, Florida Supreme Court Justice. Other state conference awards will be presented at the banquet. Jones Receives Prison Term For 25-Year Shooting Hillsborough Circuit Court John P. Griffin sentenc 29-year-old Sheldon Jones, was found guilty of at first-degree murder, 25 years in prison. The sentenced Jones despite pleas of the young man's men tal disorders. Jones was found guilty of had done something wrong. Jones reportedly testified during the sentencing hearing that he was "hearing voices" on the day of the shooting. "I've heard them for years. I simply heard voices tell me what to do. I remember I shot him." He then reportedly U.S. Department of apologized to the Gqnyea Housing and Urban Affairs co-worker Bernard "Barney" family Gonyea, 63, twice in the back The 63-year-old Clearwater of the head last July. resident has not regained conThe defense tried to prove sciousness since the shooting. = Q =-Q. = fll Today _..:...partly that Jones suffe.rs from a le-Doctors speculate that he cloudy with a chance of sian on the brain, which made never will. scattered afternoon him incapable of determining Sheldon's mother, ht from wrong Prosecutors Catherine Jones, feels that thundershowers. High ng contended that since Jones justice was not done. She "' -r:;;J/}_,..AL, 95, low 78. turned himself in immediately stated that he needs to be JC7c DIZI< Wednesday partly after the shooting, he knew he hospitalized. Vice President cloudy, high 93, low 76. '""' Greyhound Corporation Thursday hot and X l..-... -. .............. -. ......


.c: i I = = = I = = 00 t USPS202 140 t Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin t Publishing Co ., 2207 21st Avenue, Tempo, Florida 33605 Moil all Correspondence To : P 0. Box 3363 Tampa, Fl. 33601 Member of notional Newspaper Publishers Assciotion (NNPA). and Am+ olgomoted Publishers. Inc. New York. +1 I CYRIL BLYTHE ANDREWS 1901-1977 :"' BEnY DAWKINS Founder General Ad'frtising Director C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill, President and Publisher Circulation Manager SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS CAMILLE WILLIAMS General Manager Office Manager GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor SIMON JOHNSON ROSE CRUTCHFIELD AVELINO CASELLAS RAMOS Society Editor Production Directors Second Class Postage Paid At Tampa, Florida SUBSCRIPTION RATES $31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. I t l + PHONE : 248 ............................. -. ... Wise Words Offered By George Bush On Bigotry America cannot tolerate "bigotry of any kind." These were the words Vice President George Bush recently told 489 graduates from Wheaton College. He fUrther encouraged the students to "go forth to fight meanness and stubborn ignorance." We feel that these words of insight and courage are some of the best advice that could be given to any student or person. The vice president explained that "in a democracy, bigotry of every sort must be recognized and denounced for what it is ugly, destructive and intolerable hate." To bad there wasn't a cheerleading squad present. Words like these deserve cheers more than most athletic events do. A particularly perceptive portion of Mr Bush's speech noted that 'Democracy is necessary, Abraham Lincoln once explained, because, 'No man is good enough that he should rule another without his consent.' We agree with President Lincoln and commend Vice President Bush for quoting him on this very crucial issue. In the final one of the biggest differences between great and despicable ones is that the former ones govern for the good of the people and with their consent. The latter don't. It was good of the vice president to alert the graduates that they BY RUDOLPH HARRIS Black To Leadership The Black Must Answer Community As a columnist as well as an educator among my colleagues, a considerable degree of respect has been well earn ed Even among those who have long been our adver saries, during the struggle for Civil Rights over the past 25 years many of which this writer has had to take to task -this and other columns have won the acclaim of such foes. While not having been well like by everyone, respect and integrity could never be denied. On numerous occasions "Black-American History or its conpanion column, .\1y Opinion have had to question the actions of some of our Black leaders in the communi ty, across Florida, and over the nation as a whole. This has been done with considerable patience, and above all, integrity. As a col umnist, the pen of opinion is no persuasive than the percep tibility of the mind. Some of us are God-gi fled in that respect. Black leaders, especially those who hold public posi tions, be they appointed or elected, can not expect to be beyond criticism even by their own people and media institu tions. In fact, we as a people will never gain the political and social respectibility among human kind until our Black leaders learn to respect the Black masses in a collective sense. it is the moral and political responsibility of col umnists of the Black media to reflect that Black collective awareness factor. Such was .done recently in a series of ar ticles featured around the James Campbell case over at -.('> y William Raspberry I Tax Reform Won't Happen This Year WASHINGTON treating the same income difAmerica desperately needs tax ferently according to different reform. Circumstances. A single inan, a Americans almost childless living-together couple the Tampa Housing Authori ty. The Black executive director, Mr. Juan A Patterson was : called to task for his role in that case. This writer made specific allegations against Mr. Patterson. There was no throwing of a rock and hiding the hand. There was no second guessing; the director over at THA got it straight up front. He did not have to read between the lines too often. Hopefully, Mr. Patterson when he writes to the florida Sentinel llul/etin again will be courageous enough to deal with the issues and allegations as they have been publicly aired, and direct his mail to this writer. tiS have a right and responsibility to fight bigotry G:: because bigotry, uncontained, has the power to unanimously want tax reform. and a husband and wife with They probably won't get it 15 children all have incomes of Some of these Negroes come in here, new to the community with their insensitive character toward Black people, and hope to defend themselves withcries of "integrity" and "professionalism". They don't respect Black people enough to consider the same from them, but they want such consideration for themselves. The way Juan Patterson is seeking "professionalism" in the Black community with his approach toward certain members of his board is totally in t blerable And he has the gall to even mention word s such as "integrity", "principle", and "professionalism Some people really have some destroy our nation We strongly encourage Vice President Bush 1o share his views with other government leaders, par ticularly those who feel that our country must main tain a relationship of constructive engagement with South Africa. The millions of Blacks, Color.eds and Asians are being ruled without their consent by bigots. We feel that constructive engagement does not fight bigotry but engages it almost to the point of marriage. Currently, the U.S. and South Africa are strange bedfellows indeed. Therefore, we, like th e vice president encourage the Wheaton s tudents and all other people of conscience, to fight bigotry by opposlng apartheid and those Americans who sup-: port it. Alphas Return To Atlanta this year $30,000 a year. But hardly I know it's risky business to anyone would contend that all Until our calls u s predict that Ronald Reagan three should be taxed at the home, this political ministry won't achieve what he puts his same rate. will remain up front on the firnerve m:indto, and he clearly has put Mortgage-interest exemp-ing line. The committment i s his mind to delivering signifitions make great sense to utmost and total. Personally, I cant tax reform. But it's hard homeowners but hardly seem couldn't quit if I really wanted to see how even the Great fair to renters who understand to. There is that moving wheel Communicator can pull this that a portion of their rent inside the little wheel in the one off. goes to pay the landlord's big wheel. And I don't mind There is overwhelming mortgage interest. -I don't feel tired, in fact as public agreement that the preEverybody agrees that t'le the old folks would say. "I sent system is badly flawed, cost of doing business is ,\ don't feel no ways tired that what is needed is a coinlegitimate deduction from taxThis June marks the I lth bination of simplicity and able income -that it is fair, year anniver s ary of Black fairness. But that is like saying for instance, that the taxicab Amerimn 1/istory. Thi s col -that everybody wants govern-operator who takes in $20,000, umn ha s been one of the many ment to do the things that but who spends $12,000 on contributors, as other s have government ought to do and gasoline and mamtenance, has contributed, in making the stay out of matters that it has a taxable income of only florida Sentinei llul/etin a no business in. In other words, $8,000. But surely there will be fearless and di stinguished fairness and simplicity are not a major wrangling over what new spaper institution. Perthe end of debate but the constitutes a legitimate cost of s on ally. a great deal of pride i s The Alpha Phi Alpha Affairs at Dillard University, beginning. d b Ad ? t k th t d w 11 Fraternity, Inc. will convene New Orleans, Louisiana. omg usmess. vertJSlng. a en m a regar e WI its 79th Anniversary Conven-Indeed, fairness and Or course: Entertaining clients continue to serve our humani-tion, August 9-15, at the More than 5,000 Brothers simplicity may be mutually exin order to secure and main-ty in this capacity until the Atlanta Hilton, Atlanta, and guests are expected to atelusive concepts. For instance, tain their business? Well, owner arid editor feels that our ;;;;l Georgia The meeting will be tend the meeting in Atlanta it is simple to tax all income at that's the old football-ticket services are no longer 0 the first under the leadership which already )lolds the record the same rate, but hardly any and a three-martini-lunch beneficial to the community. """ of Alpha General (National) for having the largest convenAmerican would think it fair loophole, isn't it? Until such time, the Juan Pat-w.l President Charles C. Teamer, tion in Alpha history (set in to do so. Each of us takes as a As Barber Conable, the terson 's among us can not exSr., Vice President for Fiscal 1977). given that fairness requires (Continued On Page 11) pect to be spared. .............................................................................. ...


"I like people who can know. For whatever they do, laugh and enjoy life and then, no matter as long as it is when it's time to go to work, legal, we desire for them to be do it well, ... My dad said the best they can be. to be the best you can in your it or not, it si profession, so everyone you sometimes hard to be the best come in contact with will have you can be. On the other a higher opinion of the group hand, ot.her times it is quite as a whole," Bryant Gumbel, easy to be the best yt>u can be. host of the morning Today For everyone, inclusive of and Show on Charinel 8, 7 to 9 a. especially for our graduates m., Monday through Friday. since they are the ones who Last week, we saluted our will be getting a tast of the Class of 1985 all around our "real McCoy," the real thing fine city. We sent them into (and you thought Coke was the world so that they can it). Our graduates will learn learn, "it is quite a jungle out fast what it's like to "beat the there." It's learned fast you streets" hunting a job. For )'NOT HER VIEW Black Officials Can Help Over the past ten year s, Black s in Hillsborough Coun ty have made political progress. I am pleased to see that more blacks are registered to vote, more blacks are running for political office and more blacks are getting elec ted. I am diappointed at the number of blacks who still won't register and the number black officials. of blackS who still won't vote. We must recognize that our In spite of this, progress has elected officials have only one been made. Today, blacks vote and can be out voted on from this county are represenevery issue. Let us not forget fed on all levels of government this is possible. Let us remem-except the federal level. ber that Bob Morrison is not Locally, Rev. A. Leon Lowry the mayor, but rather an is elected to our school board; assistant to the mayor. He too Perry C. Harvey, Jr. is an be able to do just so much. elected member of city council In the Judicial System, there and Rubin Padgett is _an elect-are Judicial guidelines ed member of the Board of allow our Judges just so much County Commissioners. flexibility. In a way, all our In addition, Bob Morrison public figures are in is the administrative assistant what they can do for blacks to Mayor Bob Martinez; Perry Ins pitt! of this, the fact that A. Little is a county Judge and they are black and in these so is Tom Stringer. On the positions will make a differen-state level, blacks are represence ted by James Hargrett, Jr., If they do their jobs, then who is a member of the State black opinions will be ex-House of RepresentatiVes. pressed, black people's This seems to be quite an P.roblems will be discussed and accomplishment when you a person who knows what it is consider that just ten short to be black will be there to rs ago, we c ould noi say direct th. e discussions. Oh that. We can now take pride in yeah, out black officials <.an saying t-hat we have put a dept make a in the surface and that we In order to. get things gotten our feet in the door.. uone that will be of. benefit to But getting our feet in the the black community our door is not enough. Those bt 'ad officials must play the people who represent black game o{ politics with other people must make their members of their agency. presence known because these When I say play the game of those graduates who will continue educaticmal benefits and/or pursue both an educa tional and military career, may they still find rewards and ab sorb the most .from what they get. "Gumbel was born in New Orleans and .grew up in Chicaog's Hyde Park, a quiet South Side neighborhood with a population that's mostly, foreign-born and black .. 'A wonderful melting pot,' he notes had no idea that as .son I steppe9 outside it, somebody would call me nig ger it didn't help was shy, chunky, a loner and not very good-lootdng'," Gumbel, Parade magazine. Let riot your hearts be troubled, dear graduates. Remember, and stones may break my bones but talk will never h ur-t me Because it is cheap. And ., we know that our graduates '' have a lot inore class ; Bryant "Mr. Charming" Gumbel did it. so cap you, our graduates. "It's never happened before," sports commentator for Sunday's NBA game, referring to how awesome the Los Angeles Lakers were against the Boston Cehics. Our Lakers made us proud to be fans when they "made the point" that they were the best they could be. ''WAY TO GO, LAKERS!" Peace Be Unto You blems black people have. There will be issues that are not black and white, but. rather that will be important to all the people of Hillsborough CoUt1ty.ln these cases, our -officials must think what is best the people arid not any special groups or ol : people. If they always remember their color and their heritage, tiien blacks are in good I C : they w.iH,. I kntlW our a AUTO INSURANCE UP TO 25% DISCOUNT Florida's so-called "Fun ctional Literacy Test" law was to take some of the politics out of student failure. The high school assessment test component was supposed to set a certain minimum standard qualifying a student as deserving of a valid high school diploma. Teachers, hopefully, now would be able to devote their efforts to educating, p e.rsonali_ zi ng towards satisfying individual needs of students. As a veteran of 28 years in the classroom with experience ranging from the elementary through Jr. high to senior high school, it is hereby submitted that teacher responsibility can noi be divorced from student failure. One would think since the state assessment tests insure student competency in 'the critical, most essential, areas of reading and mathernCltics, ., courses ; in the likes cit Social Studies would not pose too much of a problem for students. But, evidently, such .is not the case. -It appears that the course, Problems of American Democracy (P.A. D ) is becoming that u1. warranted graveyard for man:. 12th grade graduating seniors This is especially true for Black students. P .A.D. is a course involving the study of problems in the basic American institutions surrounding government, our economic system, with a touch or two of civil rights. The Social Studies teacher has at his disposal a multitude of opportunities to avoid student failures. There are all kinds of special assignments which can be tailored to student needs in this academic area. Personally, it' is difficult for students to fail the classroom curriculum procedure put forth. My American History classes are required to keep an up-to-date notebook written neatly in ink. That notebook is a vital element in the 9-week grading period. Such notes are taken from a transparency using an overhead pr.ojecto;. Each nme sentence is read and discussed during the teacher directed activity. Another project used for credit and evaluation is the research paper. When suc h projects are ongoing and teacher directed, the students are forced to keep up. Too often many of these P.A.D. seniors, v i ctims of poor teaching strategie s are allowed to fail without adequate programing. Seine teachers tend to limit their in structional.program to a -sim ple teach-test technique. This which is characterized by the lecture method only, is inadequate and lacks the proper motivatioll. to en courage students. Many of these students, while having successfully mastered the state a,-ssessment test, fail to graduate. 1f appears that somehow teachers, themsefves, just must find some way to create student failures. When it is considered that graduation requirements, by state law, will be increased next .year where students must out with a 1.5 grade average, teachers !iUCh as with the P.A.D. profile, aforemen tioned ; can do more critical. damage to students. Unfortunately, just as the "functional literacy test" had a more adverse effect on Black students, these P A D failures are likewise disproportionately Black students. Few Black teachers are assigned to teach exit courses such as Problems of American History in the couu\y senior high schools. And while we want to resist the suspect of racism, there certainly is a case for the duck theory. 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IT'S Miss Make Black Florida Department Arid Miss Florida Of Defense Tour 1 .c::: 11.1 -:c :I == i I c c TAMPA BAY TECH GRAD Consondra Christopher graduated last week from Tampa Bay Tech High School. At Tampa Bay she was a member of the Student Coon cil, President of the Future Leaders of America, President of the Cooperative Business Education, and first runner-up for Homecoming Queen. She also received a plaque for Shop Honor Student from the Accounting Department. Consondra is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John (Geraldine) Christopher. She is a member of Christ United Methodist Church. CONSONDRA CHRISTOPHER At present, the popular grad is an insurance counselor at Tampa Bay Neurological Institute. On July 1, she will enter the Tampa Tech Institute to study Computer Engineering. CHERYL'S DREAM COMES TRUE CHERYL W. HALL On April 27, Cheryl W. Hall graduated from FAMU. Cheryl had dreamed of graduating from F AMU from a small child. On the above date that dream came true. At tending the ceremonies from Tampa were her mother, Mrs. Juanita V. Hall; father, Mr. Willie B. Hall; her brother, Travis T. Hall; and her niece, Aisha W. Hall. Also in the pality from Tam pa were her devoted god parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward w. Pyles : Relatives already in Tallahassee for this special occasion were: her brother Boris A. Hall, who is a graduating senior at FAMU, and his friend, Margaret; her grandmother, Mrs. Ruby L. Dismute; her special friend, Nathaniel M. Trigg; her aunt, Mrs. Marion E. Townsend and her friend James and Cheryl s cousin Ms. Scarlita L. Townsend. Cheryl is presently attending graduate school at FAMU in the master's program in Education. She has already completed one semester of graduate work, which was completed prior to her receiving her BS degree in Business Education. She is employed by the State of Florida Bureau of Correction in Tallahassee, as a Secretarial Specialist. Cheryl and her family attend Greater Mt. Moria:h P.B. Churcl;l. LISA WILL ATTEND FAMU Lisa Sherell Pitts is a proud graduate of Hillsborough High School. She is the 18-year-old daughter of Ms. Alva Cail, and the grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Martha) Cail. While attending Hillsborough High, Lisa was a "Big Red" Dancerette, Vice President of Civinettes, and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Stu dent Government and: honored in the H HS Senior Notables for Nicest Smile. LISA PITTS She plans to attend Florida A&MUniversity to major in the field of Nursing. The church affiliation is Mt. Sinai A.M.E. Zion. VALDEZ SERVICES IN MIAMI In early May, history was made when-'Penny Robinson, Miss Black Florida, and Lisa Valdez, Miss Florida, departed Orlando for a tour of US Military Installations in the Caribbean. The four week tour will take the troupe of the two State Queens and 5 other young ladies before thousands of Ar-. my, Navy and Air Force per sonnel in Puerto Rico, Ceilia, Veiques, Antigua Panama, Barbados, Sabana Seca, Grenada, Honduras and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Ms. Robinson was selected because of her talent when she competed in the Miss Florida pageant two years before becoming Miss Black Florida. State Pageant Director for Miss Black Florida, Noble Sis sie, Jr. said, ... By recogniz ing the fact that Penny is Miss Black Florida while on tour, the Department of Defense will certainly give our black soldiers a little something ex tra for which to protect our Florida shores. Just the mere fact that a black girl is on this tour gives credibility to the IMMOKALEE Sunday School began at the usual time at all churches in the community with the superintendents and teachers at their posts. The les sons were reviewed by the pastor s : Services at Allen Chapel were spiritually high. At the II :00 a.m. worship, the No One Usher and Choir served The sermon was by the Pastor, Rev. S.P Bradley. At 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church, the Deaconesses and Silver Pages Directory The Silver Pages Discount Directory will be sent to seniors, who have enrolled, in approximately 8 weeks. If you are 60 years of age or older, you are entitled to your FREE Silver Pages Directory listing local merchants who are giving discounts to show they value your business. This directory will save you the trouble of asking about discounts each time you pur chase prescriptions, make travel arrangements, eat at a etc. Call 933-5945 Oak Grove M.S. Churth 2918 29th Avenue Rev. George Perkins, Pasto.r Sponsors father's Day Gospel Singing A Tribute To All Fathers. Sunfiay, June J6, J985 Funeral services for Mrs. Dorothy Valdez, who died June 6, Beginning At 8:00P.M. in Miami, will be held there Saturday at l p.m Hall, Ferguson and Hewett Funeral Home is in charge. Mrs. Valdez was the Featuring: The Spring Hill rJJ mother of Loretta and Henry Valdez of Tampa She resided in Male Choir, 0/Tampa Armed Forces that they are not forgetting the overwhelm ing participation of black soldiers in uniform." When Ms. Robinson returns in early June, she will begin her college internship at Walt Disney World and on July 20th she wiJl attend the 15th MRS MARY TOWNSEND ... Reporter Committee Women held a combine service which was en joyed so very much. Please pray for the sick and the shut-in. Mrs. Gladys Prey is in S.C.U. in Naples Com munity Hospital. The funeral for the late Mr. Arlanda Mcinnis .was held Saturday in Mississippi. Turner Funeral Home ot Waynesboro, Miss was in charge. Local arrangements were by Barrett Funeral Chapel in Ft : Myers. annual Miss Black Pageant in Tampa at Busch Gardens to crown the new Miss Black Florida. $5,000 in college scholarships are at Mr. Sissie will soon release the plans for the 1985 pageant, but has indicated that there are several cities that d q not have representatives. However, any young lady between 17-25, single and has a high school diploma and resides in an area that will not have an official pageant, can enter at-large. Qualified young ladies must contact the State Office by June 17th, at (813) 251-3452 or by writing Post Office Box 1217, Tampa, FL 33606. The pageant annually is pro duced into a television special and by originating from Busch Gardens, it is going to be bill ed as one of the most enter taining extravaganzas in the pageant's history. Father's Day Program Sunday Afternoon At 3:00P.M. At The Armettia B&B Temple 2817l8th Avenue Featuring: The Trumpets of Joy, Tampa; The Traveling Stars, Tampa; Gospel Starlights, St. Petersburg; Spiritual Cavaliers, Bradento n. DONATION: $3.00 At The Door. "TOOTSIE" ''TOOTSIE'' And THE SPIRTIUAL HIGHLIGHTS Observe First Anniversary On Father's Day, June 16, At 3:30 P.M. At New Philadelphia M.B. Church 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue Rev .James M. Marion, Pastot Guests: Ester Washington Singers Of Cocoa, Polk Coon, ty Mass Choir, St. Matthew Mass Choir Of North Tampa St. Luke R. Rivers Mass Choir Of Plant City, Maude Jackson ; Beverly Jones And Company, The Manning Fa)llily, Praise Ensemble, Eddie Mae Jackson, Voices Of Zion, Pilgrim Jubilees And The Zion Temple Gospel ._.. Miami with a devoted friend, Mrs. Cornelia Martin, 1795 NW -Everyone Is Welcome. ......................... .............. .! ...... .............. .................... Singers


.................................... ...................... ..................... Gary Adult And Community Center Opens Summer Session Registration is now open at Gary Adult and Community Center, 3610 lOth Avenue for the summer session which begins Monday, June 17. The following classes will be available: English, Math, U.S. History, GED, Biology, Typing, World History, General Science, Reading, Instructor Erma Rogers observes Ricardo Rivera's progress in the computer class. NAACP To Return To Dallas For Convention Once again the. NAACP returns to Dallas, Tex., to hold its annual convention. The convention will be housed the Dallas Convention Cen ter at 630 Griffin Street from Sunday, June 23 through Thursday, June 27. More than 10, 000 people are expected to attend this year's convention. When the NAACP first held convention in Dallas in 1954, black Americans wrer the Association's victory in the Brown v. Board of Education case in which the United States Supreme Court outlawed the "separate but equal" doc trine. NAACP Executive Director Benjamin L. Hooks, who will deliver his address at a public mass meeting on Sunday, June 23 at 7 p.m., said that since the Brown decision, much has been accomplished in the area of civil rights, "but today we are faced with a concerted effort by the government to roll back those gains." Appropriately, the NAACP's convention theme is "Help Make Democracy Thrive Join the NAACP in '85." On Monday night at 7 p.m., Dr.. William F. Gibson, chairman of the NAACP National Board of Directors, will deliver the keynote ad dress. Dr. Gibson is a denti s t in Greenville, S.C., who has been involved in civil rights since 1960 when he was chairman of the education and voter education committees of the Greenville NAACP branch. He succeeds the late Kelly M. Alexander, Sr., who died in April. Throughout the week other prominent spea kers will ad dress NAACP delegates in cluding U.S. Rep. William H. Gray, III (D-Pa.), U.S. Rep. Mickey Leland (D-Tex.), U.S. Rep. Augustus F. Hawkins (D-Ca.) and the Rabbi David Saperstein, co-director and counsel, Religious Action Center of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Mr. Hooks said the NAACP's return to Dallas will emphasize ''the on-going struggle by black people to make America a true democracy and the continuing role of the NAACP to reach that.goal." TOP HATTERS CI.UB Sponsoring A Disco Dance Saturday, June 15, 1985 Time: 9:00P.M. Until Place: Cuban Hall Patio Music By: The Mighty Potman and his Adult Basic Education, English As a Seconcl Language, Music, Dancercise, Instructional Swimming (Cuscaden Pool), Swimming/Senior Citizens (River front "'Pool), Reupholstery, Lingerie, Sewing, Food for Entertainment, and Ceramics. High school credit classes in :: math will be offered during the day session on Mon., Wed., and Thurs. from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. English credit classes will be offered Mon., Wed., and Thurs from lQ a.m. to 12 noon. The migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers Program has openings for students who are eligible for class training and on-the-job training on-the-job training Gary also offers a Senior Citizen Nutrition 1 arid Activity Program for senior citizens who are sixty years or older. For further information or 247-5439. o regarding course offerings or Those enrolled in a previous special activities call 247-5430 session at Gary Included: Sophisticated Funk Machine C'l B. Y. O.B. Donation: $4.00 M rll Cocktail Hour 9-10 M .............. ............


I "0 -= rll -:c ::1 == ::1 =: = = c)J IT'S ROSE CRUTCHFIELD BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Mrs. Josephine Frazier of 1817 N. Delaware Avenue, was given a surp rise birthday dinner recently at the lovely home of her daughter,' and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Shirley) Boyd. After prayer, the birthday song was sung by her children, grandchildren, brother and her devoted friends. A daughter, Mrs. Bertha F. Ware of New York, and son, Charles Frazier of Chicago, Illinois, made a surprise visit to Tampa to spend several days with her. Son, Clarence Frazier of Cincinnati; Ohio, was unable to be here in person but remembered her with lovely gifts. She received lovely gifts, cards and money from other family members and friends. Attending the celebration were: Charles Frazier, Mrs. Bertha Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doug (Shirley) Boyd, Miss Gwyneth Boyd, Edward Doug Boyd, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gregory (Mimi) Frierson, Ben Mrs. Christine Saunders, Mrs. Jennie West, Mrs. Virginia Brown, Ms. Zeny May, Ms Margaret Prince, Mrs. Margaret Anderson, Ms. Ethel Verence, Mrs. Henrietta Smith, Mrs. Pearl Hart, Mr. and Mrs. George (Mable) Glass and other friends. Mrs. Frazier; a member of Greater New Salem M.B. Church, along with her family, worshiped at the 79th Church Anniversary of Greater New Salem and was presented a plaque along with other long time members of the church. SUMMER IN THE CITY If you are still wondering what your children can do this summer, the Tampa Recreation Department has the answer for you! The fun is happening at the city of Tampa playgrounds starting June 17th. The playgrounds will be offering a variety of activities in cluding team sports, games, arts & crafts, and field trips. Free swim instruction is available through the playground program. Kids five to eight years of age can participate in the KAMP Program at selected playgrounds. The recreation department will also be operating sport pro grams at area high school gyms. Basketball, weight lifting, and other activities will be featured. Your child can be registered for these programs by_ going to the nearest playground or high school gym and signing up. In addition, free tenms instruction is available through the Tennis Program Office beginning June 17th. The playground and gym programs are free and open to all children six to seventeen. For more information, please call 223-8615. IN WHO'S WHO Asuncion Irene Smith, daughter of Ms. Irene Smith and stu dent at William Penn College, has been selected as one of the country's most outstanding campus leaders by the Who's Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges editorial staff. She will be included in the 1985 edition of Who's Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges, an annual directory. of outstanding students first published in 1934. A campus nominating committee and editors of the publica tion have included the name of this student based on his/her academic achievements, community service, leadership in extra-curriCular activities and potential for continued success. She joins an elite group of students selected from more than 1600 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations. MARRIAGE VOWS EXCHANGED On Friday evening, May 31, Sherron Pyron and Donald Harris were married at the We Chapel Of Love Wedding Chapel. Sherron is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Pyron of Progress Village and Donald is the son of Margaret Danzey and the late Lovett Harris, Jr. They were attended by Sherron's sister, Jackie and Donald's brother, Lovett F. Harris. Im mediate family members attended. After the ceremony, the couple were at a wedding party at the home of the groom's mother, after which they left for a brief honeymoon.


.... ... S Sonja W. Garcia presided at the 1985 Awards Program of Suncoast PIMEG (Program To Increase Minority Engineering Graduates). The June 2nd program was at Tampa's Beulah Baptist Church. The address was by Mary J. Lindsey; Ph. D., Executive Director of the Hillsborough County Center of Excellence, ualll' ltsuil High Slhuul; Dl( arlo Walker <;ailher High Sdwul; and T. TLrrl'll Ill. La kewood lfigh Sl'hool. "The Church With A Warm Heart" The Time For The Sunday-Morning Worship Services At Christ United Methodist Church Will Change From J J :00 A.M. To 9:30A.M. Starting Sunday, June 16, 7985 Come And Grow With Us. We Are Located On The Comer Of Columbus Drive And 34th Street. Everyone Is Welcome. Pastor: Rev Bill Corristan Secretary: Cheryl Sco/1 HOT TIPS FOR SUMMER .MAKEUP Beach bare or tlity suited. the fashion conscious this summer will be wear ing lots of bright. ''hot" colors. so becoming to our dark skin tone. "To balance that bold look and focus attention on the face. you 'll need dazzling eyes and lips that can stand up to and complement the brighter clothes: says Pam DiMiceli. Avon makeup expert "Choose blazing shades of makeup with a flint of frost; nothing will give your looks a lift faster : she added Make your eyes electrifying s tarting with the eyeliner: Black and brown are fine, but an intensified shade of your shadow color is 1 fresher. With pearl dipped eye, shadows-two or more. please. for a really "now" look-duplicate 1 summer sunsets: purples and blues that drift irito pink under the eyebrows. Sweep the colors towards tile hairline to make eyes look even larger Then. put sizzle on your lips. Set them ablaze with frost touched tone that picks up the dominant color of your clothes. And enamel nails in a matching tone for a totally coordinated fashion look. Frost Fever makeup shades were specifically designed to easily achieve the dazzling look ... bursts of molten color with just the right touch of frost for our dark complex ion s And for real summer comfort. you can try them right in your own home Ask your Avon Represen tative If you don't know one. call 1-800-858-8000. Ms. Ford is Beaurv & Public Rela tions Manager, Special Markets for Avon Products, Inc., one of five McKnight Founda tion Consortiums in the state. Her speech was entitled "What You Can lie Whetr You Finish (;roll'illK Up." The program also included the participation of Detarlo L. Walker pianist; Jearl Lett, Duane Thomas, Hosetta Belcher, Henry Fraze, Presi dent Suncoast PIMEG; Stephanie Beasley, Claudette Martin, Thelma D,. Benton, Ph.D., Frank E. Smith and Betty P. Brown. Graduating seniors of Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties who will en-ter col-:r. lege in the fall to major in 0 engineering were given awards for their outstanding academic achievement. Tribute was also made to individuals_ and organizations who have made significant contributions to the promotion of engineering among minorities c..-2 > = Q. .. Terrell Ill, Mack and Marilyn Williams of St. Petersburg: Karen Cooper, Hillsborough: Stephanie and Krystal Starling, Brandon.


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................... .... .. WJt R b business expenses and how succession of special-interest exper.se-account meals. I Jam asp erry much are exceSsive under what lobbyists, over how to render But the combination will rules Congress decides to it fairer. hardly add up to meaningful (Continued From Page 4) enact. And we are likely to run out tax reform. < New York former congressman now at the American Enterprise Institute, said the other day, the things we call loopholes are in fact legislated reponses to demands for fairness and other social benefits: investment incen tives, for instance. "Equity is the enemy of simplicity," he said in an interview. "It's an illusion to believe that you can have a simple tax system that will apply fairly across a complex economy." You and I can be sure that of time before the arguments Pity. Conable doubts that we can we are called upon to subsidize are settled, since Congress have both simplicity and obscene examples Of corporate probably will be in session onfairness in our tax system. My under the present ly during' June, July, suspicien is that we are likely system. But we September and October. to get neither, at' leasLnocthis 'c. that the plan outlined by Pres1Congress, sensitive to the year. Just imagine the., pro' '!'4ent Reagan last Tuesday will public mood, will pass blems facing., the Internal end the abuse? something: some sort of Revenue Servi'ce in tfying to In short, while Americans minimum tax 'for big earners, figure out how much of the may be outraged at the unsome reduction in the tax rate travel-and-entertainment ex. fairness of the present system, for most Americans, some penses claimed by the Congress will have to plow tinkering with the most employees of, say General through endless arguments, outrageous loopholes and tax Dynamics, are legitimate eloquently made by an endless shelters, perhaps some limit on / THIS YEAR'S How'd we squeeze more out of the front-drive Pontiac 6000 STE-the car already bearing the title ''America's performance sedan?" we added the new 2.8 liter V engine with its re markable multi-port fuel inJection.' For quick response and cloudllke FREE GLASSES Paid For By Medicaid Call: Dr. L.A. Martinez Optometrist 876-6085 PONTIAC 6000STE smoothness. Now, on command from your on-board computer, each intake port for each cylinder receives a stimulating shot of fuel. This simple yet-complex process inspires experts and our most highly respected judges. You. If our words aren't enoughrii1 come drive and decide! LI!J OUTPERFORMS OUR MOSTHICHI.YRESPECTED COMPETITOR. .lAST YEAR'S STE. PONTIAC,WE BUILD -- > g, ,.., ... I = =-... = = fll "'= > tol tol !""' tol .................................................................................. ..........


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. c J;il;c "CC = < "CC .c: fl} ... :s = = ... = = ... = J ,IJ WHERE. TH r ACTION IS .. Father's Day is almost here, Sunday, June 16. This will be the day that Dad will be honored. Give him something special. Like a trip to Caldonia' s Bar-B-Que or a sw inging session..l at Grace's Place. Maybe breakfast in bed. He will enjoy it. On the scene this weekend will be some good action going down. The MANILA LOUNGE is having a party for the Dad's and, of course you have to see the Swimsuit Contest on Thursday night. Keep up with the MANILA LOUNGE. At GRACE'S PLACE, there will be live entertainment to sooth the savage beast. All Fathers are welcome to enjoy an evening of good music and refreshments. Enjoy dinner with the wife and children and then come on in. The NEW LOUNGE is get ting it on with the Miss New Lounge swimsuit contest every BY ALBERT LEE Thursday night starting at 9 P.M. Remember there is disco in the double rooms every Fri day and Saturday nights. At the BLUE FLAME LOUNGE AND BAR-B-Q it's live entertainment with the Parts Unknown Band, with Climmie "B. B. King" Johnson, master of the Blues. Everyone gets down and en joys the succulent ribs and chicken. Check them out, located in West Tampa on the corner of Grace St. and Rome Ave. The DOUBLE DECKER LOUNGE, has the Happy Hour from 5 to 7 P M. with two for one. Ladies night is Saturday night 8 to 10 P.M. with free food. The manager, Jack Fisher invites you to come on in and relax with refreshments and get away fromthe heat wave. See you next week and tell a friend where the action is ....... Cosby May Buy Stake In ABC Detroit Station BILL COSBY Bill Cosby, whose new situation comedy on NBC became the top-rated show of this past television season, is looking into becoming an owner of a small piece of one of NBC's competitors. Mr. Cosby and Joe Zingale, part ners in Cozzin Communica tions, have had preliminary discussions with officials at Capital Cities Communica tions about buying WXYZ TV, a station owned by ABC in Detroit, Mr. Zingale said. Plans to sell the station were announced in March as part of the proposed $3.5 billion ac quisitios of ABC by Capital Cities ; Because of Federal Communications Commission regulations prohibiting one broadcasting company from owning more than 12 televi sion stations reaching more I ABC and Capital Cities must sell four stations: ABC's sta tion in Detroit, and Capiial Cities stations in New Haven, Conn., Tampa, Fla., and Buf falo. Currently ABC owns five television stations and Capital Cities owns seven. A purchase of ABC's Detroit station by Cozzin would represent the first time minority group interest would control a major station in a big city, Mr. Zingale said. Mr. .... Cosby owns 51 percent of Cozzin; Mr. Zingale, who is white, owns 49 percent. Coz zin currently operates a televi sion station in Gainesville, Fla., that offers music videos around the clock. The price for the station would probably exceed $300 million, Mr. Zingale said, arid other representatives of minority groups may also be bidding for the station. If Cozzin were to buy the station, Mr. Zingale said that To Place Cancel Or Correct CLASSIFIED ADS Dial 248..;2825 or than 25 of the country,' 'Today' Show's Surprised Black Co-Host Is By His Success Not NEW YORK Bryant Gumbel is not surprised that a black man has been accepted by the television audience as co-host of NBC Television's "Today" show, which recently tied ABC Television's "Good Morning America" in the ratings after a two-year slump. "I do believe we've advanc ed beyond where people, at the sight of a black guy, will flip the channel," Gumbel said in an interview that was publish ed in last Sunday's PARADE "Ultimately, though, if you're going to make it on the network, you have to lose 'black' as the first adjective that comes to a viewer's mind," he commented. "I think I've done that. People might say, 'Oh, Gumbel. You mean that bigmouth dummy.' But they'll hardly ever say, 'You mean the black guy?' / BRYANT GUMBEL family. My dad died young, y'know, and, after all, I'in a good-timer at heart." Gumbel was close to his father, a probate judge who, before he died at the age of 52, encouraged his son to "be the best you can." Bryant said he often thinks about his dad and cries. "It always bothered me that my daddy, who was smarter than I and more dedicated to society, didn't make in a year the money I make in a couple of weeks. He died only months before I got my start in television." Recalling the controversial hiring of Gumbel back in January 1982, Robert Mulholland, then president of NBC, said he told him, "Look Bryant, you're not going on as 'Today' host because you're black, but if the audience re jects you because you're black, you'll come off." "Putting Bryant in that job was, good television,'' Mulholland told PARADE. "It only happened to be socially progressive Gumbel, who was a sports caster at KNBC-TV in Los Angeles before joining "To day", told PARADE, "You know, television communica tion is not Phi Beta Kappa work. The interviewer-both the news and sports variety -is a conduit for viewer ques tions. He sees that guests make themselves understood and justify their positions. That's it Gumbel, who described television communication as "not Phi Beta Kappa work,'' said he's not sure what he wants to do when his four-year contract expires. "I, certainly don't want to anchor 'Nightly News' or be Johnny Carson,'' he asserted. "I could easily walk away from this to a quieter life, a house in the country, more time with the National Scholastic Art Awards Exhibited At The Tampa Museum Fifth Dimension Cancels Eckerd Hall Date Who will be the Picassos and Da Vincis of the future? The chances are good that several of ; the young artists who will be acknowledged as masters as they mature are currently being exhibited in the National Scholastic Art Awards at The Tampa Museum from June 8-30. Since 1927 Scholastic has Due to an extended Las been the first to acknowledge Vegas engagement, the Fifth the early talents of many of Dimension has canceled some our nation's famous painters, of its 1985 summer bookings, sculptors and designers. including the Aug. _24 concert Scholastic magazine organizes at Ruth Eckerd Hall. this annual competition which Former Fifth Dimension awards young artists scholar lead vocalist Marilyn McCoo ships to art schools as well as will replace the group for the 5 cash prizes, thus encouraging and 9 p.m. concerts on Aug. students achievement at a for-24. Nipsey Russell will open mative time in their lives. The each show. program is supported Those who have purchased regionally by civic-minded may keep the Fifth businesses, and of Dimension tickets as they will Florida supports the Bay area be honored for the Marilyn program. theastern United States. Local award-winners in Tanya Wynrie, Bayshore High. School, Bradenton; Larry Grant, Brandon High School; David Pike, McLane Jr. High School, Brandon; Tim Mays, East Bay High School, Gib sonton; Dennis Brownlee, Tomlin Jr. High School, Plant City; Jonathan Daniels and Steve Hendrickson, Gibbs Senior High School, SL Petersburg; Greg Horn, St. Petersburg High School; Dorn Petrencs, Dowdell Jr. High School, Tampa; Patricia Kir by, H.B. Plant High School, Tampa; and Susan Brown, Tarpon Springs High School. The Tampa Museum is located Downtown on the River behind Curtis Hixon Auditorium at 601 Doyle Carlton Drive. The Museum is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 p.m.; Wedn esday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. p.m.; Sun day 1-5 p.m. and is closed on Mondays. For more informa tion call The Tampa Museum at 223-8130. McCoo concert, or they may Many of the winning return .bY mail or in students and their families will person for a full refund. All visit The Tampa Museum for transac.tions ,. must be made the opening of the 58th annual prior to Aug. 24. Eor more inScholastic Art Awards, which formation, call the Ruth have never before been ex Eckerd Hall box office at hibited outside the Nor725-1844 in Pinellas or 855-4308 in Hillsborough. Sentinel's Top 10 Singles he. and Mr. Cosby would pro-1 Rock Me Toniobt r dd' r k e ,, ere son bably retain its affiliation with l y Gl Go d Lo Wh ou ve o ve 1tney Houston ABC and keep its current pro-3 F b res Kool & The Gang gramming philosophy. "It is 4 I M H n Y ouse Mary Jane Girls one of the top. stations in the 5 s dd 1 u en y BiUy Ocean U. S., which is one of the best 6 S tlfied L d anc a y Marvin Gaye reasons I wouldn't anticipate 7. Can't Stop Rick James touching it a bit," said Mr. 8 F k A Risti rea --c Atlantic Starr Zingale. 9 C Y H I M an ou e p e Jesse Johnson 10. Electric Lady .. Con I:unk Shun 248-1921 '.. -----


pro s pect s ris e weitacularl y rrios t pleasant a s well a s proYour mental attitude s hould '-TAURUS (April 20-May ductive weekend. It has to do be more positive and am20): Attention: For the mo s t with personal succes s and bitiou s at this time It'll pay 0 part you can look forward to a mental daring on your part. off in big dividends. TV GUIDE YOUR HOROSCOPE ., WEDNESDAY .. 15 r'>IWEDU yoo 30 Farm Day 45 Weather 101WXFL lJ ( NBCl "!", oday 11n1 WTSP Good Morning America WtVt CBS Morning News JUNE 12,1985/ B-ROADCAST Inspector Gadget Tranzor IAftl WXLT Good Morning lea IAAIWTOO t tndependent l 44 Kids Club -GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Avoid business that doesn't concern you. If that sounds harsh, so be it. But you'll be bet ter off for the time being controlling your curiosity about a situation brewing nearby. Stay away from it. Thursday into Friday of this week is very favorable for long trips or contacts from afar. CANCER (June 21-July 21): Moon over Miami? Why not? Why not take..:a-trip anywhere your fancy and your pocketbook will allow now that you have some to make plans Good thing s follow in your direction. You will have to be careful and avoid getting into arguments with family members this period, especially around Thursday and Friday. LEO (July 22-August 20): There's a small but possible chance that you inay have an opportunity to go away ab_ out the middle of the week Over the weekend, a female could present a problem or setback to plans. Around Monday evening you'll find yourself communicating more with others. VIRGO (August 21-September 21): Here's something that should delight your tidy little heart. That confusing situation at work will soon be straightened out and guess what? You won't be involved at all. About the time of this reading, you've pro bably just come through a cosmic battering. It would be best at this time to rest up and reorganize your J?lans and scheme s LIBRA (September 22-0ctober 20): Shy Librans who sometimes need a mallet to break the ice at social "dos" will warm up to s o meone special quite easil y soon. An unexpected expen s e or possible argument or injury could manhe early part of the week. Definitely keep your eyes and ears open. SCORPIO (October 21-November 21): Close mouthed, tight-lipped and SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Discouraged, _Influenced B y Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Today. Weekdays Af ter S P.M. Anytime On Weekends. Daily Blessings. / determined to stay that way? Good for you. Your loyalty pays off as superiors realize how valuable youare to them. Br ace yourself for what could be a very rough weekend ahead. It's important that you start nothing new, form no partnerships or go to excess with habits of any form. SAGITI ARIUS (November 22-December 21): You have had a bit of trouble, l know, with some old friends. But sometimes friendship like these need some space Let go and let things happen natural ly. Forcing the issue is not the thing to do right now The big warning days are Mon day and Tuesday : Watch your health and travel plans. CAPRICORN (December 22-January 20): Blues should be giving way to feeling in the pink again. Don't rush thing s Stay a step ahead of the gloom-spreaders and you 'II make progress. Money or financial success comes easy for you during the first part of the week. Even during the weekend there is a bright side to relationships for you. AQUARIUS (January 21-February 19): Continue to move ahead steadily and naturally. 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.... .... riJ c Q .c Q = I ;: "CC c t SISO WJ1rlrl( j1., RA DY ...... BY RANDOLPH KINSEY ____ .. The Sky On The The Los Angeles Lakers ended years of frustration Sunday by defeating the Boston Celtics 111-100 to win the National Basketball Association championship. In nine previous tries, the Laker s had never been able to beat the Celtics. In the Celtics defeat I think it is appropriate to say the sky fell in on them. The sky I refer to is the sweeping high hook shot that the playoffs' most valuable player, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, shoots. The Celtics blew the Lakers out by 34 points in game one and Jabbar played like a 48-year-old man instead of his old for basketball age of 38. Fans and the news media came down hard on Jab bar. All these criticisms made the big guy mad. In game two, Jabbar cranked up the sky hook and went to work. He didn't stop working until vic tory in the series was assured. Kareem was not traveling alone. He had help from James Worthy who came alive against Boston. Worthy, time and time ed. Mi,ke Cooper and Byron Scott did they had to do when they had to do it. The Laker bench must be given a lot of credit for the vic tory. The Los Angeles bench completely the Boston Bench. Mitch Kup chok, Bob McAdoo, Mike Cooper, and Mike McGee did their jobs when they had to These kinds of factors were the reason the Lakers won their first championship s eries over the Celtics. On the other hand, why did Boston lose the champion ship? It all started at the guard spots. The Celtic guards, ex cept Dennis Johnson, were too slow to keep up with the faster Lakers and constantly created mismatches. In game three, K. C. Jones had D. J trying to guard all the Lakers guards, but the Lakers guards were taking them apart. again, hit key baskets when riJ they were needed. His speed < Magic Johnson was able to carry Danny Ainge and Scott Wedman tothe bucket at wiii. Then there is Larry Bird, one of the finest basketball players in the country. The La'kers defense harassed. Bird something fierce. They forced him to take bad shots, and almost completely destroyed his accuracy. and quickness keyed the C Lakers lightning-quick fast break. Along with Michael Cooper, Worthy did a job of "CC playing defense o n Larry Bird Credit also has to go to the .:!I magic man, Earvin Johnson. ::C There were times when By game number six, the Lakers had nearly destroyed Bird's confidence in his ability to shoot. Larry Bird had a miserable series and it is dif ficult for Boston to win when Larry Bird does not play well. = =-"Magic" made some crucial c = = I c c mistakes, but overall he played extremely well. He directed the Lakers' offense almost to perfection, and directed their patterned fast break with perfection. Then there is the guy called "Super Man, Kurt Rambis. Rambis inspired the Lakers with his hustling play all through the series. Rambis must be praised for the way he hit the boards in the series. He, more than any other Laker, constantly grabbed a rebound when it was needThe Celtics lost because the Lakers shut down the outside shooting games of Ainge, Wedman and Dennis Johnson, and packed the defense inside to control Boston's inside game. To be honest, after game one, all the Celtics had was a game from the free throw line and a spotty game inside. I mentioned once before the Boston bench failed to hold it's own with the Lakers bench. When you add up all EMPIRE Moved To 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301-247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up PAINT LATEX .... $2.79 OUTSIDE WHITE .. $6.49 ROLLER PAN SET ............. $1.49 Ea. 3" BRUSHES ................... 49 Ea. SALE PRICES GOOD WITH THIS AD ONL YUU WHAT HAPPENED IN SPORTS The cast' was removed from the right hand of New York Mets rightfielder Darryl Strawberry Friday. Strawberry is expected to swing a bat in two weeks Dwight Gooden, major league strikeout leader (105), has won his ninth ge1"1e with three losses. Gooden six hits, one run, three walks, and four strikeouts to lead the Mets past the St. Louis Car dinals 6-1. One crucial strikeout came when runners on second and third, with only one out, and Tommy Herr the NL's leading hitter stepped to the plate. Manager Davey Johnson went out to the mound to discuss walking the left-bander Herr and pitching to the right-hander Jack Clark. Gooden refused and stated he would bear down and not give in to Herr. Gooden fanned him on three before getting Clark to fly out. ,..,..,.. Belmont Heights Junior and Senior leagues came out vic torious in the City/County tournaments. In the Junior League, Belmont Heights beat the factors, you will find the Lakers were the best team, and the best team won. This was the first time the Celtics ever lost a final game of a cham pionship on their home floor. K C. Jones did an outstan ding job of coaching what he had and so did Lakers coach P 'at Riley When the final buzzer sounded, Coach Jones found that the Lakers' horses were too fast for him and they had too many of them. Overall, the championship series was interesting, exciting and entertaining. It's too bad it had to end so soon. Temple Terrace, 5-4. In the Senior league action, Belmont Heights s laughtered Sulphur Springs, 15-7. Arizona Outlaws quarter back Doug Williams was 15 of 30 for 317 yards, threw one in terception and two touchdowns to lead the Outlaws (7-9) over the Oakland Invaders (11-4), 28-21. Williams' 317 yards passing qay pushed his season total over the 3,000 mark for .the fourth time in his seven year t>ro career. The Outlaws trail the Baltimore Stars (8-7-1) by 1 Yz games with two games remain ing in the chase for the final wild card playoff berth. ,..,..,.. The Tampa Bay Bandits s uffered their fourth straight loss against the Portland Breakers 27-24 Saturday night. WiDie Banks, 29, set an American record triple jump of 57 feet 11% inches during FHA-HUD the ARCO Coliseum Classic track meet. The leap bro Banks' previous national dard of 57-7 'h set four ago Irishman Barry McGuigan won the WBA featherweight title Saturday by unanimous decision over former cham pion Eusebio Pedroza of Panama in a scheduled 15-round bout at the Queens Park Rangers soccer stadium Ex-Jazz Player Rehabilitating SALT LAKE ClTY Former Utah Jazz player John was to enter a drug reha ting program Thurs day after he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of issuing bad checks. Drew, 30, was given a year's suspended s entence by Judge Paul grant and ordered to enter the Highland Ridge drug program in Salt Lake City. Drew, a I 0-year veteran o the NBA, had been in the Sah Lake City jail, unable to meet his $10,000 bail, since May 24, when he was charged with is suing five bad checks during March Defense attorney Thomas Rasmussen sa id: "He's very interested in erasing .any s tigma that has attached to his name and (the program) would be a n excellent way to prove himself. He needs a dean bill of health before any NHA tearr will look at him 248-1921 Has .acquired numerous properties that are for sale for cash, without warranty, in their "as-is" condition. The houses are sold on a sealed bid basis to the highest bidder. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY A LIST OF AVAILABLE PROPERTIES IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY IS PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION, TAMPA TRIBUNE, UNDER GENERAL REAL ESTATE. PINELLAS, WEST PASCO, SARASOTA AND MANATEE COUNTY PROPERTIES ARE PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, UNDER GENERAL REAL ESTATE. BUYERS MUST OBTAIN THEIR OWN FINANCING. 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........ .... .. .... .. .. .. .... .. .. ............................ .. Former Albany State Gridders Sign With New England Patriots who thrived o n knocking NFL Miami Dolphins la s t ALBANY, GA. James Lewis, a 5'11", 240 pound fullback and Willie Muckle, a 6'2", 290 pound offensive guard from Albany State Col lege, have signed one year free agent contracts with the New England Patriots of th e N a tional Football League. Lewis, a native of Cleveland, Ohio and Muckle a native of Winder, Georgia played on the 1980, 1981, 1982, and 1983 squads at ASC Lewis, who hold s ASC' s record for most rushes (40) USC's Brown Sets World Best AUSTIN, Texas Wendy Brown, a freshman from the University of Southern California, set a world best Thursday in the women's tri ple jump, leaping 44-6 3/4. Brown's mark, during qualifying at the NCAA out door track and field championships, broke Terr:I Turner's record of 43-4 1/4 set last year. It is better than Esmeralda Garcia's indoor record of 44-4 at Syracuse N.Y., in March. Brown's mark is considered a world best because the triple jump -an NCAA women's event for just two years is not recognized by the International Amateur Athlet-ic Federation, the world govern ing body for track and field. Brown was a top recruit last year after she single-handedl y won the California state track meet for Woodside High School south of San Fran cisco She also plays basket ball. After the triple jump, Brown trotted the length of the track to compete in the high jump. She cleared 5-11, failing to qualify for the finals Prior to Brown's triple jump, Jackie Joyner of UCLA jumped 43-4, momentarily ranking her No. 2 in the world for outdoor -competition. Brown s record pushed Joyner back to third. Ex-FAMU Punter. Helps Rip Astros ST. LOUIS A former punter for the Florida A&M Rattlers football team is the current base stealing sensation of the major leagues. Vince Coleman of the St. Louis Cardinals rapped out four hits, scored four runs and stole three bases to support the four-hit pitching of Joaquin Andujar and lead the Car dinals to a 6-1 victory over the Astros at Busch Stadium. It was Coleman's se<;ond four-hit game of the season. He has stolen 39 bases in 40 games. and most net yards rushing (170) in a single game, ended his college career with 1 ,444 yards in 34 games. Muckle, while at ASC, gained a reputa tion as a hard-nosed player defensive linemen on the seat year. They are scheduled to 0 of their pants. report to the Patriots' rookie > Lewis and Muckle signed training camp on July 19 at free agent contracts with the Smith Filec;l, Rhode Island 2 1:!1 --WE ARE SO SURE THAT YOU'LL LOVE THE GREAT NEW TASTE OF COCA-COLA WE GUARANTEE IT! OR YOUR MONEY BACK! This offer is easy: Try a can or bottle of Coke with a purchase price of up to 75. 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L. A. Wins In 6 Games; The Record Shows Magic Produces Titles = Kareem Abdul-Jabbar MVP BOSTON The Los Angeles Lakers, receiving power from Abdul-Jabbar and from James Worthy, captured their third championship in six with a 111-100 victory the Boston Celtics. The victory established Los as perhaps the most seven series, 4-2, the Lakers avenged last year's seven-game championship loss to Boston, who failed in their attempt to become the first to defend an NBA title since their 1968-69 counterparts. ;;: Abdul-iabbar, *ho in reversed his deci siofi to following this year, his 16th NBA season by being selected as the Most Valuable Player of the sehes. The inspiratioilal leader also was MVP in 1971 while a member of the Milwaukee Bucks. Abdul-Jabbiu hit his first eight shots of the game and scored 29 points, but only eight came on his patented sky hook. He instead drove to the basket, scoring off a variety of power moves to help silence the sellout crowd of 14,890 at Boston Garden. fl) team of the 1980s Worthy glided for 28 points, including 16 in the first half, to further stake a claim as perhaps the most graceful player in the league. g ending one of the longest ;I in NBA history -it was Lakers' first championship .= .,.,,...,,.r" after eight title losses the Celtics. Byron Scott and Magic Johnson each added 14 points for Los Angeles. Kevin McHale contributed 32 points e CQ The Lakers have appeared .... in the final round in five of C the last six seasons, winning 21 in the first half before fouling out with 5:21 left. Larry Bird scored 28. 1 titles in 1980 and 1982. In capturing the best-of. The Celtics' Biggest Mistake c "1:::1 = < BOSTON The Celtics' greatest mistake in the 1985 = NBA championship series pro E-4 ved to be winning Game 1 by ment in my life," he said. "This is what we needed. I wanted to stand up to the stan dards that I set for myself." = = = = I Ql = .... = 34 points. That overwhelming loss embarrassed Kareem AbdulJabbar-and it soon became painfully obvious to Boston that you don't embarass a 7-foot-2 center whom many feel is history's greatest player. After the disastrous opener, Abdul-Jabbar played perhaps the finest basketball of his 16 year pro career. And Sunday he was a unanimous choice for the Most Valuable Player award after scoring 29 points on 13-of-21 shooting as the Lakers clinched the NBA title. ''This is the greatest moThose standards, as lofty as his masterful skyhoOK, helped his fellow .Lakers attain greater heights as well. After Game 1, little was heard from Boston center Robert Parish. Once Abdul Jabbar made up his mind to run the court with Parish one of the finest running centers in the league this matchup was decided. "He picked us up. We couldn't let a 38-year-old man go out and show us up," joked James Worthy after he glided for 28 points. "Personally, he Thomas C. Hills <:onstruction A.;.d-Real Estate-Tired .Of Paying Rent? Now's The Time To Buy A New Home let Our Professionals Show You How Easy It Is To Turn This Year's Income Tax Return Into A Dream Come True; A Brand New Home For Example: Our 1040 Model 3 BR's, Separate Dining Rm., Breakfast Bar, Central A/C, W/W Carpet. P/1 Payments Starting As low As $380/Per Month. RT-7 Model 2 Bedroom Homes. P /I Payment As low As $339/Per Month. Selected Lot Included. Minimum 5% Down Payment. For-More Information Call: 621-2021 Our Professionals Are Waiting For Your Call BOSTON -If winning is the name of the game, then Magic Johnson has to rank among the best in basketball history.,_.. Starting with the state championship at Everett High in Lansing, Mich., Johnson has been a winner. He led Michigan State to its only NCAA title in 1979 and now, in seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, he's been to the finals five times and won three championships "I'm just another winner joining the pack," Johnson said. "But I'm a winner. I've always been a winner.'' The only time the Lakers failed to reach the finals since Johnson's arrival was in his second season, when he had knee surgery and missed 45 games "My job was to put pressure on them, run, run, run Johnson said after getting 14 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds Sunday in the Lakers' 111-100 voctory against Boston; "Pat told me to keep pushing it, push it up the court until they wore down and that's what we did," Johnson said of Lakers coach Pat Riley Once Celtics coach K. C. Jones lost confidence in reserves Cedric Maxwell and Ray Williams and played four star ters at least 44 minutes in Game 5, Riley had his game plan. "I think fatigue was a factor," Riley said. "We used more players and kept the pressure on. They started coming up short on their shots in the fourth quarter and that's usually a sign of fatigue." If weariness affected the Celtics' fourth-quarter shooting (7-for-23), then Johnson should get credit. Whoever got a rebound for the Lakers passed quickly to Johnson and took off. The Celtics never could relax, or picked me up." And in the process, he threw down the Celtics. "He;s gonna throw the skyhook until he's 64 years old. That will always be there," said Boston gu ard Dennis Johnson. "Today, he hit every darn thing in the lane." Playoff 1985--Kareem Abdvi-Jabbal. LA 1984--L arr y Bord. Boston 1983 ---Mose s M a lone. Phda 1982 --Mag i c Johns on. L.A 1981-Cednc Mawell. Boston 1980--Magi c Johnson LA 1979-Dennis Johnson. Seattle 1978-Wes Unseld Baltimore 1977--Bill Walton Portland 1976-Jo Jo White. Bo)lton 1975--Rick Barry, Golden State Havlicek Boston 1973-W i llis Reed New York 1972 Wilt Chamberlain L A 197 1--Ka r eem Abdui-Jabbar M i l wau k ee 1970 W i lli s R ee d New Y o r k 196 9--Jerry W es t Lo s Ang e les 248-1921] --;, _.,..,_" MAGIC JOl:fNSON sponds. I knew if I didn't push it all the time, we'd be in for a tough game Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the Lakers' 38-year-old captain also responded to the ac celerated pace. "I was determined to play well," he said. "I work hard in the summer. I pay the price, I'm in good shape.'' The Celtics made a charge in the fourth quarter, once pulling within five (95-90), but they faded in the strech. even catch their breath. "They never beat us down court for an easy basket," Abdul-Jabbar said. "Once we got in from, they had to play catch up. I thought they were tired. "I wanted to fastbreak every time," he said. "Even if we didn't score, we made all their big men get back every time. I could see that they were tired, I could see it in their "The fourth quarter was one of the longest I've played in my life, but it was all worth it." eyes But how about Johnson? Doesn't the Magic man ever wear down? It was worth it to Johnson, too He called the victory "redemption,"referring to his mistakes that cost the Lakers the title last year. Then added, "it was a long year waiting for this moment." "I'm used to it," he said, flashing his ear-to-ear grin. "I play that way all year, over and over. Your body re-$ $ $ -MONEY!'' Kids Are You Looking for Extra Spending Cash for The Summer? 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Body Builders Flex Th r RITA SMITH Funeral services for Mrs. Rita Smith, of 3107-17th Ave. who passed away Saturday, June 8, will be held Thursday, June 13, at 1 P.M. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. J. H. Howell, officiating; Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Smith was a native of Ocala, FL and a resident of Tampa for the past 77 years; She leaves to mourn her pass a devoted son, Mr. Perry, Sr. and wjfe, Katherine of Tampa; 4 Mr. Leroy Jr., Anthony l,erry, sr., W allale Sr., all of Tampa and Abdul Muhammad and wife, Tressa of Branlh, 9 d hIe rs. T a Hianl' Evans. Sl'OII, hesha iroll all of Tampa. Radha l,alllrson, Tahara, Rasheedah, and Kadeedra Muhammad, all of Branch, NJ; II sons, Andre Evans, II, Wallal'e Jr., Anthonl Perry, Jr., Ron Ril'O Jalkson, Javonnie Jalkson, l)elvon Ed wards, all of Tampa, Robin and Jainal Patterson, Christopher, Mustafaa, and Mujtabaa Muhammad; a host of nieles, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aiknes Funeral Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. Wednesday Friends are asked to meet at the chapel. ''AIKENS 1-'UNERAL HOME." fUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Roy Williams Funeral Home 7477 Albany Ave. 2.53-3479 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 ami CEMETERY 461 S E. Hanna 626-2332 Compll'll' Burial For $705 _Add .iiiUO fur stnin, un S:Jiurtl:l\ and add .S WO for all _,tn kts al'lt'r J p.m. CH.ARLES RELIFORD .... O.wmr SHADY GROVE WALTER LEEr Funeral servics for Mr. Walter Lee, 3901 W. Arch St., who passed in a local hospital will be held Wednesday at I P.M. from the Friendship M. B. Church of Carver City with the Rev Q. Dexter, of ficiating. Interment in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Sur vivors are: cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Valley (Lucy Ann) Taylor, Tampa, Mr. E. J. Smith and Ms. Josephine Smith, Thomasville, Ga.; special friends, Mr. Cleo Shivers and Mrs. Essie Turner of Tampa and a host of other relatives and friends. The re mains will repose at the Shady Grove Funeral Home after 5 P.M. Tuesday. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME. IN MEMORIAM In loving o dear father, Malalhi Thomas, Jr., who was called June II, 1976. The memories that we shared will ncwr die. missed Charlotte. PUGHSI.EY FUNERAl. HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES: 247-3151 or 247-3152 WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phone: 248-6125 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cot. Buffalo Ave. & 28tb St. We're The Key To Fine Service -. -ROGERS FUNERAL HOME PHONE 239-3101 Or 258.{)764 4605 34th Street lADY A TTENI)ANT "WE GIVE THE BEST FOR l.ESS." 0 Muscles In Local Competitions The motivation level for patrons at any fitness center ranges from putting f'orth a minimum effort for minimum results, to pushing the body to potential. t:Weniy-s'even-year-old Kel ly Williams and 33-year-old Joe Jones are two fitness buffs who fit the latter category. Both are competitive body builders who derive self satisfaction for knowing they are the best they can be, and who also enjoy acclamations from others. "You do soine part of body building in order to retard the aging process," Jones, who has already placed second in the Mr. Brandon competitions held op May 19, explained. "You look at your peers who have let themselves go, and you push yourself that much harder and make more progress." According to Williams, who is in training for an upcoming June 22 competitio n, "Your muscles need to be developed, that's part of being healthy. I always work out some kind of CARD OF THANKS The fa'mily of the late Mrs. Irene Elizabeth Kelly Gonzalez Arnold is sincerely grateful to all the friends and wonderful who gaveof their time energy, food andd sup port. you sent a lovely card or sat quietly in a chair, perhaps you sent flowers, if so, we saw them there. Thanks for the cards, letters, telegrams, food flowers, dona tions and many other acts of kindness too numerous to mention and too precious to be forgotten. Special thanks to Father LaBruce, Mr. A. James, St. James Episcopal Church and congregation. Cambell Gonzalez and Vin son (Rickey Arnold; sons. I DEATH AIKE;'IIjS FUNERAL HOME Jeremiah Moore, 6503 N. W. 14th Ct., Miami, 1-L Mrs. Rachel Brown, 2111 E. 29th Ave. Mrs. Rita Smith, 3107-17th Ave. PUGHSLf:Y FUNERAL HOME Mr. Ralph Kenon, 2205 32nd Ave. Apt. 355 Mr. Homer Sapp, 4212 31st Street SHADY GROVE FUNERAL HOME Mr. Walter Lee WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME Mr. Charley Holmes, 6801 E. Ida BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer way in order to stay in shape." Both Williams and Jones are graduates of Martial Arts. "I started out training in Martial Arts, and I got stronger," Williams exclaim ed. "I entered my first contest last year (placing second), and liked it. I especially like the at tention (from the audience), so I'm staying with it." Jones simply stated, "I have always been conscious of rriy appearance and weight." He began studying Martial Arts six or seven years ago. "As my body began developing somewhat, I wanted .to do more and more, and get better and better." Williams, a Plant City resi dent, attended Delaware State University on a football scholarship. While in school, he won the title of Mr. Delaware State. Williams now teaches Physical Education at Van Buren Jr. High School. Jones, on the other hand, attended Middleton ijigh School. According to the employee of Gardinier Phosphate Company, "I didn't participate in many sports" while growing up. Still these avid body builders have found a com mon ground, and they have set aside the time it takes to perfect their hobbies. Williams explained, "There a:r:e six muscle groups, and we fit it into our schedule to work each muscle group twice a: week. "Everyone has a tendency to have a weak spot, so we use a third day to catch up on what we are lagging behind on," Williams furthered ex plained. The otl}er days are spent resting, or working on over-all toning in an aerobic class. During competition, judges are scoring each person on "size, definition, and propor tion or symmetry,'' Williams stated, in nine or 10 different poses. "The perfect person is one who has the three categories together.'' Jones added, "Posing is a form of ballet. You try to show your stronger points over your weaker points." Jones and Williams work out together at the American Fitness Spa in Brandon, and they have choreographed a routine together. "We compete together, and we compliment each other very well," Joqes explained. "We go at it as buddies, part ners rather than dompetitors." According tc;> Williams, "The music routine is basical ly for the crowd." Both explained that in addi tion to working out, they con trol their weight with proper eating habits and limited dieting. "I use my body like a lab, testing the foods that are just right 'for me and I stay with them," Jones explained. "Everyone is different, they digest foods differently. I test foods until I know what's right for my body." Both agree that they enjoy the excitement of competing. "When you pose, you're shooting to get the best points," Williams exclaimed. ''It's just showmanship. I always smile when I'm doing my routine." ''It tends to give you a sense of a certairi amount of achievement, knowing you have enough _guts to try," Jones concluded. Kelly Williams demonstrates one of his many poses. Mrs. Clara M. Allen, 1434 Burglar Alarms E. Estelle St. Mr. Lorenzo Toby, 2109 E. B. Alarm Co. North B Street : PRICES OAK HILLS 'WIREO&WIRELESSALARMS FUNERAL HOME Girl Butler, 212 w. souNo&MorloNomcroRs Amelia ; PLANs -f = = I = = -fl) ; ""= = r:t' C'll =fl) c::l. 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> <( Q BURGLARIES THEFTS Ms. Elaine Williams, 52, ;;J 4315 La Riviera Ct., reported Ito police that an unidentified Ms. Wanda Underwood Steadman, 26, l,2J4 E... Emma St., reported 't0polic J ffi,at an unidentified suspect took $120 in cas h from, her purse, then fled from the corner of N. 40th St. and E. Chelsea. suspect burglarized her home and fled the scene with a 13" Color T.V. valued at $335.95. According to police reports, three unidentified suspects broke into Elouises' Soul Food Restaurant, 1717 N Albany St., and fled the scene undetected with $284 in mer chandise Ms. Elouise Griffin; 63, reported the incident. An unknown culprit, according to police reports, broke into a utility shed owned by Ms. Annie Glover Blue, 33, 2711 N. Owens, and fled the scene undetected with a bicycle valued at $120, and a lawn mower valued at $350. By breaking a window and According to police reports, an unidentified suspect took a 1980 Yamaha Mini-Bike, valued at $250, from the backyard of Ms. Betty Jean Busby, 38, 1016 E. Columbus Dr. Unruly Teens Fight In Zayre's Parking Lot According to police reports, two male juveniles were ar; prying open a screen an rested early Monday morning ;: unknown culprit burglarized for fighting in the parking lot the residence of Ms. Dolores of Zayre Department Store, M. Mingo, 48, and Ms. Phyllis 2525 E. Hillsborough Ave. Yates, 38, 4513 E. 24th Ave., The two were part of a CQ and fled the scene undetected C with a color T.V. valued at larger crowd of 300 to 500 teenagers-14 to 20 year olds $500, and a $200 portable -who gathered in the parking I cassette deck. lot, which is a favorite hang It was reported to police out of young teens leaving the that an unidentified suspect Stardust Skating Rink on 22nd broke into Grover Cleveland St. School, 723 E. Hamilton Police stated that a series of. Ave., and fled the scene with a fights have erupted late Sun V. valued at $300 and a day and early Monday mornmicrowave valued at $ 1 50. ing, but the youths dispersed t" Watts sanderson, Jr 3 4 as approximately JO officers reported the burglary. moved in. Approximately $329.40 in Sgt. Rick Duran explained 'i cash was taken by an unidenthat the manager at Zayre gave tified suspect, who burglarized police permission to arrest any :E The Fire House Pub, 8923-N. teenagers trespassing in the = Florida Ave. Eddie Ralph parking lot after hours on Dorn, 49, 2709 E. lOth Ave., Monday. reported the burglary to Maj. Jimmy Stallings stated ..! police. that the crowd of youths in the =-----------------------------------------------Fire Causes Damage To Funeral Home QS = = ell Sentinel photographer Simon E. Creal captured this photo of Stone and Gordon's Funeral Home as it was engulfed in flames Monday A neighbor reported seeing a young man leaving the funeral home prior to the fire. One firefighter was apparently over come by smoke. Fire Department officials have not released information regarding the extent of damage to the building located at 24th Ave. and Columbus Dr. Fronk's Ornamental Iron 24 Hour Service 621-4034 Residential Commercial Financin2 Arranged Burglar Bars Railings l'irr Escapes Stairways Weldings Ornamentals Licensed Insured Bonded .RAN K E.JOHNSON ... Owner Free Home Security Tips Acting on an anonymous call reganding an abandoned vehicle i n the wooded area north of Symmes Road, along Interstate 75 near Gibsonton, Hillsborough County Sheriff deputies apprehended 23-year old Ronald Gene Ingram, lOllO Alma St. in Gibsonton, after a brief exchange of gun fire on Friday morning Ingram has been charged with one count of first degree murder for the shooting death of 26-year-old Dolliette Louise Prouge last Wednesday morn ing, at the Hillsborough Coun ty Maintenance Office where the victim worked. According to sheriff reports, Deputy Jan Smiarowsi spotted Ingram walking north on 1-75, just south of Symmes road at II a.m. Friday morning. The suspect fired at the deputy with a .223 caliber rifle, before fleeing into the woods. Neither the deputy nor the suspect were injured DOLLIEITE L. PROUGE down the victim with a machine guri as she got ciut of her car at her job on South 78th Street Wednesday morn ing. The suspect and the victim were employees of the Hillsborough County Maintenance Office. Ingram had quit his job two days before the shooting. Both family and co-workers Char.ged Worker confirmed that the the two were involved in a week-long dispute prior to the shooting. The former couple had allegedly threatened each other, and Ingram had made threats towards the other workers at the facility According to records in the State Attorney's Office, Pro uge had file a complaint against her ex-boyfriend for allegedly slapping her on May 21. Deputy John Gabreana even filed a report recommending that Ingram be charged with battery. But, ac cording to officials in the State Attorney's Office, the case received routine attention. According to the victim's sis i er, Debra Davis, Dolliette felt Ingram would hurt or kill her ; But noone in the State At torney's Office or at work acknowledged her fear s Ingram has been booked in the county jail. Dr. Johnny Jones Put In Work Release Program MIAMI Former Dade County School Superintendent Johnny Jones, who was or dered to prison last week, was back behind the smokey grill The suspect later surrendered to authorities after the area was surrounded Sheriff deputies confiscated a rifle, a large knife, a clip of ammunition; and a quantity of rifle ammunition from In gram He was also charged with one count of attempted murder for shooting at the deputy -of his Biscayne Boulevard restaurant Thursday. Sheriff deputies stated that Ingram, who was Prouge's ex-boyfriend, br gunned RONALD GENE INGRAM parking lot is not unusual, but this particular incident was probably sparked by the end the school 2314 2nd AVE. 2 2 Bedroom Jones has been put on work release, and will serve his two year sentence while continuing to operate his business. A committee that oversees the county's work-release program unanimously voted Wednesday to allow him out to work six days a week. He will have to return to sleep in jail every night, and spend every Monday behind bars. "We were all familiar with the case, and we felt he was a good candidate to participate in the program," said Irvie Wright, Director of Social Services of the Dade County Corrections Department. Wright said Jones appeared before the nine-member work release committee Wednesday. The panel approved Jones' request, said Wright, because he has no prior record, poses no threat to the community and has a regular job. "We treated him just like we would have treated any other inmate," Wright said. His release was also ap proved by Dade Circuit Judge Ellen Morphonios, who originally ordered Jones to serve the sentence Jones, 51, was ordered to begin serving a two-year sen tence Friday He was convic ted in October 1980 of witness tampering and soliciting per jury, both misdemeanors He is appealing the misdemeanor convictions to the Florida Supreme Court. According to the charges, Jones encouraged school con sultant David Rouen, later a prosecution witness, to lie about kickbacks for awarding school board contracts to Rouen's firm. A previous conviction on charges of second-degree grand theft, arising from his DR. JOHNNY JONES alleged use of school money to buy gold-plated plumbing for a Naples home, was overturn ed by an appeals court, wh ordered a new trial. Prosecutors have appealed that decision to the state Supreme Court. "Sure I have some legal problems; but right now I just want to make a living," Jones said Thursday afternoon while he cut up 150 chickens and smothered them with sherry at his Place at Palm Bay Restaurant, 6815 Biscayne Blvd. "I'm working hard, we're open for business I'm just trying to keep the place alive," he said. Under the terms of the work-release program, Jones will leave the furlough unit the North Dade Detention Center each morning at 8 a.m. and return around midnight six days a week. Mondays will have to spend in jail, Wright said. Like 77 other inmates under the same program, Jones will not be allowed to return home at any time, and he can't use drugs or alcohol while out. He is also required to pay the county $7 a day for room and board, Wright said. While working, Jones will be able to go anywhere in the county if his job requires it, and he has to provide his own transportation.


.. N eighbo;t:s Rally To Defend Held In Death Of 'Bad, Bad Man' mymother,howlwenttobed ,. 1 hungry, 'cause he done took oo CHICAGO_ In the South charge against him dropped. mother and a younger brother. On Saturday, May 4, Byrd all the money." Side public housing project They called Byrd's killing an The abuse continued until beat and robbed Pasia King About two hours after the where he was reared, no one act of "self-preservation" May 7, when Byrd lay bloody again, police said. The followkilling, King walked into the mourned violent death of committed by a "baby of and dead in a South Side ing Tuesday, the boy conpolice station at 51st Street Zebedee Byrd. One neighbor abuse and neglect." playground. fronted Byrd outside the and Wentworth Avenue. summed up the general feelKing, who has been in jail The mother, Pasia King, Robert Taylor Homes across Young and another aunt, ing: "Zebedee Byrd lived since the May 7 slaying, is was frequently seen with Pershing Road from Stateway Peggy King, were with him. longer than he was supposed scheduled to be arraigned .., bones and black eyes, Gardens. After a few minutes, a police to." Wednesday in Cook County -:: neighbQrs said. Her children "Why are you taking my officer came into the room. The sorrow they felt was for Criminal Court. His public went hungry and ragged while mother's money?" King "He said, 'We have you for William King, the 15-year-old defender, Michael M"orrissey, Bxrd lived off their welfare,. demanded. murder,' Young said. boy accused of beating Byrd to said he will request that cliecks. Byrd, who was about 6 feet '' 'Mr. Byrd just died.' '' death with a baseball bat in a boy's $75,000 bond be reduced Once, while King and his littall and weighed 180 pounds, fit of rage. at that time. tie brother were in an adjoinput up his fists, witnesses The Cook County state's atKing was a small boy when ing room, Byrd tied their reported. King, 5-foot-3 and torney's office called it Byrd, an unemployed ex-mother to a chair with 130 pounds, allegedly grabbed murder. But the people wl! :s Q. ::::! I -= c:> :I" c:> :s fll


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