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FLORIDA en tine ein VOL.4t. >NQ 4 t .. -.. TAMPA,FLORir DECEMBER 13,1985 PRICE 35CENTS -.. -f'.. r .. l .. -' 110,0"----------J :. : PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AMERICA'S FOREMOST SEMI-WEEKLY 41 YEARS SERVING TAMPA, FLORIDA 41 Anniversary And Xmas Editio1 See Section u Firm Lets Kids Go Shopping (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A) UNCF Telethon set For Dec. 28 (SEE STORY ON PAGE 22-A) Another Woman .Found Murdered (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23-A) ThoughtFo .. Today ... Take time to give .. It is too short a day to be selfish. ALLEN TEMPLE A.M.E. CHURCH OBSERVES WOMEN'S DAY Women's Day was observed at Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday. Janice Nunn Nelson was the speaker. She was introduced by Ellen Robinson, right. Janice Carter Ray was the general chairperson of Women's Day activities. The program was chaired by Etta Curry and Betty Baker. The Reverend John D. Stonom is the pastor.

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Recite Their JZavorite rJ [J To Students PRICES GOOD DEC. 11 THRU 17 ,.'I. .. .... or:. .George BY PATrY ALLEN "We wanted a place where TAMPA 8 2 0 2 N FlondaA ve 1 908 S MacOt l l Av e .. Elementary Supervisor f & the Sentinel Staff Writer Hillsborough Cou nty Sc9<)ols, .: -------we COUld display the art," :\ 1 0 0 Gand y B lvd 694 3 W Ht!l sborcugh 4 0 2 1 vv Hillsbor o u g h 2001 N Dale Mabry at Spruce was one of many S.t or}'telJers at ....... Hobson said "Once we had a 3 0 1 5 w Kennedy Bl vd BRANDG N 1 711 Brando n Blvd rOOm tO put the art in, we. 3127 E Htllsborough PLAN T CITY.,281 2 E Hwy 92-0pen Sunday >" Robles Elementary School's part of the teachers and third annual Winter Holiday students." wanted to share that room ffi I VISA I because nothing was going ; Storytelling Celebration Hobson stated that the "Special Friends: A Time of children "love rto come in" on Mller 2412 9 99 The teachers at Robles ROOM TEMP. CASE Sharing." and see their art work According to Mrs. Earlene displayed and to hear a started the storytelling proOld Milwaukee 6. 99 CASE gram, which eventually ex-Hobson, Curriculum Christmas story. Specialist, "Community perAt first, she explained, each sonalities, school ad-room was decorated and the ministrators, (school) board children would march around members, supervisors, and the school to see the decora retired educators are invited to tions. But this procedure tell a holiday story to a group became "unmanageable. panded. "We bring in ad -Konigsbacher GERfWIY'SANEST 3.99 ministrators who don't get a chance to come out and be Florida Wine Cooler 2.49 with the children, see the 750 school and share with the CourvOISier v.s. Cognac 14.49 ML Schnapps 5.49 1 : of students. A special room is decorated by the and teachers, and is the setting for the storytelling activities." Dr. Mitchell shared "The A dventures of St. Nichola..f''"' with the fifth grade class at Robles, who enjoyed hearing how Santa started giving gifts :6 on Christmas Eve driving a sleigh drawn by eight .c reindeers. o Mrs. Davis' five and six= year-old kindergarten class t; were treated to the classic '-' Chri s tmas "The Night I Before Christmas", "The Christmas Snowman", and c ''Noni The Christmas '-Reindeer". 'g "I love to be around the < children at Christmas time," Dr. Mitchell exclaimed after {I) receiving a Christmas card from the kindergarteners and C a hand-made tree ornament from the fifth graders, as a token oftheir gratitude. "I can't think of a better place to be. "l enjoy the Christmas season so much," he sha.J:eli, with the fifth grade class "And even though I am all .5 grown up, it is nice to be out ti with the young people who are '3 growing more excited the =? closer it gets to Christmas, and who look forward to vacation = time." s:::: According to Dr. Mitchell, is my rea4ing to the kids. I compliment the school because the room. is decorated nicet'y"an"d' the children are well behaved. This is a good effort on the Lakendra Hicks, Monique Curry, and James Milhorn listen attentively as Dr. Geprge Mitchell recites to them 11 favorite Christmas story. > IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE'' SERVICE IS OUR BUSINE .SS AT I I Bay Area Managers, Inc. P.O. Box 11986 Tampa, FL 33680 2107 E. Osborne Tampa, Florida 33610 FOR ... ll.OME -. NEW HOMES INVESTMENT PROPERTY CALL OUR PROFESSIONALS President SELLING A HOME f.ROPERTY MANAGEMENT LOTS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY AT: (813) 237-1866 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE FOR : SENTINEL PUBLISHING : MONDAY DEC.16 .... 23 Paper Published All news, columns and ads for Mon., Dec. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 17 Paper Pttltlishecl All news, colums and ads fur Mon., Dec. 23rd edition. 24 CLOSED 18 25 19 All news, columns and ads for Fri., Dec. 27th edition. 26 All news, columns and ads for Fri., Jan. Jrd edition. FRIDAY 20 27 0 -
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,Firtn Lets Santa always needs little helpers to assist him in shopp ing for those on his Christmas Thursday evening, the employees of the Xerox Cor poration took time after work to let some little elves do their own shopping for Christmas. Toys, popcorn, bubblegum, candy, clothing were all among the items the kids from the West Tampa II Child Care Center chose to put in their shopping baskets, Xerox Corporation 's --Xerox Community Involvement Pro2301 f. Hillsborough Ave. 238-0351 406 W. Columbus Drive \ 229-7905 BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor gram (XCIP) and Minorities United in the Southern Region {MUSR) took 40 kids from the West Tampa center on a shop ping spree Thursday evening The 3 to 5 year olds were given $40 each to shop with. At the K.-Mart store at Dale Mabry and Columbus Dr. the kids were allowed to choose whatever items they wanted to spend the $40. Of course there was a little coaching from the employees of Xerox, all of whom were assigned one child, in selecting sizes, etc. In addition t9 the shopping spree, they were also given a wrapped surprise from the MUSR. MUSR is a nationwide organization within Xerox Corp. that is designed ex. elusively for charitable, eJuca tional and recreational pur poses Mrs. Eileen Wilford, direc t or of the center, was pleased that the corporation has chosen her "little ones to take on the shopping trip. "This is something I had never heard of,". she stated, "but I'm so glad they're doing this." This is an anitual event of the company. The selection is made with the help of officials of HRS and affiliated agencies in the bay area. The longest time was spent in the checkout line. The kids, however, waited paitently (some were a little active) because they we pleased with the purchases they had mad e. And, ihe employees to mind trying to make the kids were happy. According to employee Luvator Nelson, who assisted in organizing the project, "each year depending on the number of kids, the money is equally divided among thein. This year we had enough for each kid to get $40 a piece." For additional information contact Wanda Williams 5201 W Suite 800. \loll' Open On Sundays 125 P.M. 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 Palm River Plaza For RICARDO GILMORE Gt:OIU,t ( I \RI\ ROBt: RT '10KKISO.'Ii MORRISON, GILMORE & CLARK, P.A. ATTORNEYS AT'LAW 1516 8th Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 (813) 248-6866 Prepared To Offer The Service You Deserve .. c f' C#.

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.... .. ...... .......... .......... .. :-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN .-4 USPS 202 140 Published every Tuesday and Friday byFiorida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin Publishing Co ., 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33605 Mail all To: P 0. Box 3363, Tampa, Fl. 33601 Member of national Newspaper Publishers Assciation (NNPA). and Am algamated Publishers, Inc., New York. CYRil. 8t. YTHE ANDREWS 1901-1977 Founder C. at. YTHE ANDREWS, JR. President and Publisher SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS General Manager GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Society Editor BEnY DAWKINS General Adfertising Director C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill Circulation Manager CAMILLE WILLIAMS Office Manager SIMON JOHNSON AVELINO CASELLA$ RAMOS Production Directors Class Postage Paid At tampa, Florida t SUBSCRIPTION .RATES t $31 Per Year Both Editions. $17 Per Year One Edition. t PHONE: 248-1921 + We Support The Great Peace March Of 1986 The purpose of the Great Peace March is to bring about nuclear disarmament around the world. The event will begin on March 1, 1986 in Los Angeles where 5,000 people plan to walk to Washington, D. C. via New York. We strongly encourage support of this worthy endeavor. Another organization is planning to link a human chain across the U. S. via a hand holding campaign for the purpose of ending hunger in America. Both of these ideas are innovative and different from traditional methods of solving major pro blems. But nonetheless, we strongly encouage sup port of such worthy endeavors to publicize and peacefully resolve problems. The planned scheduled of travel for the Great Peace March is 15 miles per day, 255 days, or ap proximately eight and one half months and the' massive effort is being made to publicize the growing threat nuclear arms pose to life on this planet. The movement is not to be a one shot effort which occurs in March and is never heard from again. Cur rently, there are two advance teams moving across the nation, charting the march route. During the march, millions of people will contacted in 15 states and a computerized list will be developed con taining 5 to 10 million names to be used for future follow-up action. After the march, a campaign of civil disobedience will be launched across the country in order to get the point across. The activities will spread to Europe and throughout other parts of the world. And they will all be for nuclear disarmament We support the reduction of nuclear weaponry. If that is accomplished through legislative acts, inter national negotiation, peace marches or any other fprm of non-violent confrontation, it will be worth : the effort. The Great Peace March offers us another oppor tunity to keep the world a place where life can thrive. We've seen what fanatics can do with car bombs Let's hope that atomic proliferation can be halted so that they won't be given a chance to show their zeal with nuclear weapons. Black Doctors Get Barnard Canceled / l BY RUDOLPH HARRIS Tampa's Politics And The Black Community (Part Two) The old ways of relating to the Black Community by can didates for public office must change. Here in Tampa, Black people must insure that their participation in the political process be done with the ut. most of respect and integrity. Here at the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, the Editorial Board has labored to upgrade its pro cedures and demeanor with such in mind. No candidate dare come before that board ill-prepared and without a tnorough preparation con cerning the needs, and aspirations of the Black community, collectively. Our board; among candidates, is considered one of the most William I respectable of its kind in the community. We will continue to labor to build upon that positive image. Unfortunately, such has not always been the case where Black political participation is concerned. In the past, political candidates have used all sorts of disrespectful, low handed, dehumanizing tactics to iiJ,fluence the Black vote. Last Tuesday's column (part one) touched upon some of them. Here in these 1980s, after the achievements of the Civil Rights Movement, Blacks have gained more voting clout, collectively. Things have become a bit more sophisticated, so candidates Raspberry One Can Easily Find Out About The Turmoil -operate against us with a like degree of sophistication. To neutralize or the Black vote today, various tactics have been put in use. A common strategy long used in politics, in general, was to run a third party candidate or a special interest individual. The idea wa" to split or neutralize the voting clout of a particular group of people. Here, in deal ing with Blacks, in races such as a mayor's race and in some legislative races, a Black can didate is sometimes courted to get in the running to pull the Black vote from one of the major white candidates. This is espe<;ially true when one the viable candidates is con sidered "liberal" and thus has strong sentiments with Black voters. The more conservative political forces, usually, will encourage, oftentimes con tributing inkind to a Black person's candidacy. Such just could happen here in the up coming mayor's race in the Ci-ty of Tampa. Even the novice in political education knows that in such conservative times, especially in a community such as pa, the chances of a Black JOHANNESBURG It's huge population lives in utter son becoming mayor is abc)ut easy to get so caught up in the squalor, where chidre ... on as remote as a polar unexpected fights, the political strike from school wander emerging along the turmoil, the sense that change aimlessly about, where the arequator. This is especially is about to come finally to this mored personnel carriers calleven if the most credible and troubled land, that sometimes ed Casspirs are a common, viable Black leader should you need to be reminded of thoroughly detested, part of run. Even Rev. A. what the turmoil is all about. the landscape. Lowry, perhaps the My reminder came the other You know it from hearing, respected Black public night at the Market Theater at a recent press conference, in the community, at where I saw a portrayal of the eyewitnesses to police violence couldn't make a healthy (Steve} Biko inquest. that left' 13 people, mostly in the conservative wall The makeup of the audience elderly women, dead after a presently erected here in was one of the surprises one protest march in the Pretoria pa. Any other Black, perhaps quickly comes to take for township of Mamelodi. with the exception of Bob granted: mixed couples and But this knowledge fades Morrison, rightfully, would racially integrated parties of surprisingly fast when you raise guarded suspicion getting theatergoers sipping pre-return to the somewhat unnial into the mayor's race. Martheater cocktails and exchangworld of the cities, and you rison is the highly respected ing pleasantries in this land of begin to understand why the Mayoral Assistant in the preapartheid, without authorities have put such sent administration. Be that as self .::onsciousness. heavy restrictions on jourit may, it is just not the mere vutthen begiQ.s the perfor nalistic forays into the opportune time today to field mance: a powerful condensed, townships. A few print a Black candidate for mayor. reputedly accurate portrayal reporters manage to get It is bad timing and bad of the inquest following Biko's around the restrictions, but no strategy for a Black, any ............. death after 26 days in incomone takes any big chances for to get in the pending mayor's municado detention. You hear fear of having his newspaper race here in Tampa. Such a no word from Biko himself; shut down. More telling by far move would only hurt the canthe play is set after his death. is the absence of picdidate who is more amicable What you get, while listening tutes. to the interests, needs, and to the official explanations As in America, there is the aspirations of Tampa's Black NEW ARK -An ap-ed a fund-raising dinner and and buck passing, is a sense here that it didn't hap-community. Of course, inpearance by South African scientific program sponsored reminder of the corruption pen if it's not on television dividuals have the right to do < heart transplant pioneer Dr. by the Heart Transplantation and physical and mental Even when you know it hapas they please. The purpose of Christian Barnard in this Foundation of New Jersey last brutality required to maintain pened, because you read about this message is simply to prolargely black city was canceled week. this awful system. it, the absence of pictures vide insight that, hopefully, 0 1 after protests that he was a "It would have been a slap You know it already, of keeps it from registering as will help us as a people get the '"" "beneficiary of the system of in the face," said Dr. Francis course. You know it from deeply as it otherwise might. maximum potency out of our t5 apartheid." Bla<;kman, a leading black visits to Soweto, where a People o .utside the v>te, which is certainly in a .. nard .. wasto .. ha.ye .. attend-... dioicitoir ................ .... s.ignif.icant .. portion .. of .. that ...... (ContinuedO .. nPagell) .... diiiriejmiiinjo.ri.ty .. hjere--in .. iiii .. l Q.,.

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-------------Take Time To Believe In Yourself "The Love Chapter" of the Holy Bible, Corinthians offers us much when it comes to dealing with ourselves and others. For instance, I Corin thians 3:8, N ow he that planteth and he that watereth are one: and every man shall receive his own reward according to his own labour. For all of us to know, that infor mation is quite a mouthful. So, today, let us take time. We must make time for ourselves. We need time for ourselves to believe in ourselves. The above passage speaks of watering and planting If some of us can only see the planting and watering of seeds, etc., then, s o be it. But, for the record, let us thirlk to day on watering and plant ing of contentment and peace in our lives arid all around us, too. We experience a great amount of pressure and ten sion. It follows us everywhere we go Or, it seems to, anyway. Nonetheless, some of us ignore the pressures. While others of us may choose to deal with it at some other point in our life(s). Then, there are those of us who let pre ssure(s) build up in our VIEW lives until one day we are sure to break from the pressure of the pressure. The bottom line is we have not and we do not take the time to believe in ourselves. "Some of the stresses we're living with are the consequences of modern life, but many are self-imposed. As long as you live, there will be people and incidents that threaten to unnerve you Florida's Democrats, Historically, Prevail In Governor Races Florida is a rare state where of "liberalism." It was signifi politics is concerned. In the cant that Graham conduct presidential race, the state has himself, as Governor, not to gone with the Republican pargive the opposition party that ty candidate, more so than critical "liberal" tag to pin on not, since the election of all local and statewide Dwight D. Eisenhower in Democrat s 1952. In the U.S. Senate races, Blacks will probably stay in the vote in Florida has often the Democratic column in next sent one Republican, on year's election. While numerous occasions, to Democrats have had to move Washington However closer to the political center on Claude Kirk, has been the only vital issues of Black interest Republican governor Florida and concern, there is nothing has elected since the Civil attractive among Republicans War. Republicans have not, for Black people. They are yet ironically, been as successful too far to ttie right to attract in the run for the State goverBlack voters.' Unless the image norship. It is doubtful that the and position which, at party will be successful, next least, recognize that Black year in 1986. people need employment as Inspite of the fact that there others; that Black children are is a broader field of entitled to a future like all Democratic party candidates other American children, the today, and inspite of the reRepublicans, as it appears, cent rift be-may as well continue to write tween a viable candidate and off the Black vote here in his running mate, nothing sugFlorida, and the nation as a gests that any considerable whole. Blacks have no damage has done. to hand political control over how the the State executive chan to any 1 Republican party feels toward Republican contender. 1 them. Even tho s e few Blacks Democrats in Florida who have tried to influence not conducted themselves in such thinking on the natural any way, in these early 1980s, level have met with little or no to be labeled ultra-liberal. In success. The only Negroes visi Helen Chavez Needs 'Common Sense' Every since Helen Chavez has been a member of City Council, she has never ceased to amaze me. She has been as publicized as any member of council because of her off beat remarks. What really amazes me is that Mrs. Chavez still manages to let her mouth get ''Perhaps our greatest challenge is to live our lives with purpose and not by happenstance ... Take time to think, time to talk to yourself aloud if you wish. Ask yourself questions Be still and listen for the answers. Remember, your main mission in life is to know yourself and what you need to thrive. Onl wiih that information can you give yourself fulfilling experiences, which lay the groundwork for being compassionate toward others ... Take time to reach out and help someone whose need is greater than your own and you'll see God's grace at work in your life," Susan L. Taylor, Essence magazine fact, Governor Bob Graham ble on the national level in the according to the latest polls, is Republican administration are a considerable favorite over the likes of Clarence ,5 incumbent U.S. Republican and his few Black Senator Paula Hawkins. t cohorts. There is nothing the Graham has helped his party Republicans have shown here by avoiding the critical pitfall in Florida that reflects any dif...., = c.fl ferent attitude toward Blacks at Mt. Vernon. as has been shown in Washington. Blacks, in the final analysis, > = Q. ::!. her in trouble. what it was doing was no conThe times I have heard cern of the City of Tampa or madam city councilwoman black people. I am sure that speak, she comes across as an she didn't mean to react that intelligent woman and I do not way and never realized what question her intellect. I have she was saying. She must learn concluded that the lady is to use more common sense. On December 10, 1901, the first Nobel (Peace) prizes were awarded. On December 14, 1799, George Washington died Sometimes the day-to-day living of our existence can seem to fit ever-socomfortably on the back of our neck's and on the tops of our shoulders It is called stress. And, with stress in our lives, we cannot and we do not become the constructive and positive people that God in. tended us to be Evil and its partners are not the works of God. They descend or come down on us like we have never will vote next year here in Florida for the candidate who I tenders an agenda which recognizes the serious economic and political pro blems they face as a group. It = Q -either very naive or she doesn't Helen Chavez does not have common sense. It is obknow the black community vious that she does not know and therefore does not know black people. the feelings, the desires or the Just Tuesday night, the lady problems blacks must deal told the residents of Carver Ciwith. Not too long ago, County in so many words to cilwoman Sandy Freedman welcome the developers into and a few others took a tour of their neighborhood and to the Robles Park Housing Pronegotiate with them to get a lot ject looking and talking to of freebies She also told them people who lived there. that they needed no protection Helen found out about the from the developers. tour after it was over and exThe of Carver Cit y pressed the feeling that she are fighting mad and have should have been invited. I been that way. They strongly agree 100 percent with her. resent developers in or around She should have gone along. their neighborhood. To sit She probably more than any before those folks and to tell other city council member them to work with the needs a stroll t hrough tampa really understand another un til you have walked a mile in the shoes of another. The ghetto doesn't look too bad from atop City Hall. Developments in and around homes don't look too bad from Palma Ceia or Hyde Park. Trash piles up on streets in alleys and in back yards are difficult to see or smell from Davis Islands. But come to the ghettos and see what we (Continued On Page 17-A) seen. But, it will take the joint ef forts of you and of me, of all is puzzling that the Republican party candidates have not recognized the need to make such an appeal. Is it to be concluded that such can didates could care less about the Black vote having written it off altogether? How unfor tunate! of us to take time. Besides, it's See Dr. all we got. And, who knows just how much of it we have. DALLAS MOORE On the other hand, our tiine is Van Leaves Tampa short. Let us take some time Dec. 13, 1985 for you. For me. Peace Be Un"'813-446-6845 .. FEET HURT? developer s is like walking into ghettos a hornet's nest covered with Helen Chavez needs to talk DON'T WALK IN PAIN : nectar. Common sense should to some of our black Senior tell anybody that isn't wise. Citizens on their home base. BUNinOS COMMON PAINFUl AREAS TR! A TED Not too long ago, CounMaybe they can help her all \_; 'i cilman Perry Harvey tried to develop what we c down m ,... get .city council to pass a the ghetto "Mother Wit." I resolution regarding the city Uptown, mother wit is called doing business with those sencommon sense. CORNs/ '-.... ..., HEEl PMN. timental to the nicial policies I would be willing to get a of South Africa Mrs. Chavez group together for such a Victor J. Wright, D.P. M. : was quick to put her mouth stroll for the Councilwoman. TAMPA PODIATRIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SUN CITY CENTER : over her foot again. Maybe she will see blacks in a Roverbrook Professoonol Cenler C e l h d d 825 W t B ff 1 A 237 8787 ommunoty MedociJI Cenoer e =. She was "anti" such a move different Ig tan tsconhnue es u a o ve. 4002 S R 674 Suite B by the council and in general making dumb remarks to SATURDAY & EVENING APPOINTMENTSAVAILABLE. e < reacted as if South Africa and black people. One can never .. : ......................................

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0 Clll -I N THE SPOrt Philetha Tucker, a talented 5'6" beauty, was born December 14 under the sign of Sagittarius. She is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Philip F. Tucker and a fourth year teacher at Robinson High School. At the present time, Philetha is negotiating a recording with a record company in Los Angeles, with faath an becomang a successful recording artist in the near future. Her philosophy of life is: "If you can be a blessmg through the world you go, impart to others the little that you know, and if you can through cause one little soul to grow, then your living will not be in vain. The type of man Philetha is attracted to is one who possess the four R's reasonable, responsible, ready and real. Her hobbies are playing basketball, writing and speaking. BLACK CHRISTMAS CARDS By 5000 WATTS Available Atr Cicely's Beauty Supply, Budget Beauty Supply (Downtown), College Hill Pharmacy And Chuck's Grocery. NEW DELPHIA M.S. CHURCH 1002 E. Buffalo Avenue REV. JAMES M. MARION ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, 1i:OO A.M. Evening Worship (lsi Sun.) 5:30P.M. Prayer & Bible Class, Tues., 7:30P.M. 24th AVENUE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST !OJ 24th A l ELD!':R HARRY A. SCOTT, JR. ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Worship Service, 11:00 A.M. Evening Service, 7:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7:30P.M. Y.P.W.W.,Frl., 7:30P.M. Wanted: CHURCH MUSICIAN Pho. 689-3023 Or 247-1037 COLLEGE HiLL CHURCH OF tl()Q .. Pastor .. Sunday School, 9::50 A .M. Morning Worohip, 11:00 A M Y.P.W W., 5::50 P.M Evrning Worohip, 7 :00P.M. Tues. & Fri., Scorvicea, 7:00P. M THE 29th STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 29th Street ... Minister Bible School, 9:45A.M. Worship, 11AM & 6 PM Bible Classes: Sunday, 5 P.M. Monday, 7 P.M Prayer And Song Service, Wednesday, 7 P.M. GRACE MARY M.S. CHURCH 3901 37th Street ELDER THOMA_S J. REED ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Service, 11 A.M. Evening Service, 5:30P.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7P.M. Tile Public II Invited. ST. JOHN M.S. CHURCH 3401 25th Avenue ELDER EDDIE NEWKIRK PASTOR Sunday School, 9:45A.M Morning Service, J J A.M. Bible Study, Wed., 7 P.M. Rehearsals Youth, Tues., 7 P.t..: No.2 Tues., 7:30; No. J; Young Adults, Wed., 8 P.M. CHURCH OF CHRIST 1312 W. Nassau Street Tampa, Fla. 33607 DAVIDA SUNDAY: Bible Study, 10 A.M. A 5 P.M Worship, 11 A.M. &6 P.M. TUESDAY: Ladies Study, 10 A.M. RegularStudy, 7:30P.M. THURSDAY: Song Service & Prayer Meeting 7:34!_P.M. LIVING WORD CHRISTIAN CENTER Relocated At 3201 f. flllcfitt St. CLYDE F. Praise & Worship, 11 AM & 6 PM Come And Be Part Of Our Worship Experience. Prayer For The Sick And Needy At Each Service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4202 Palmetto Street .. Posfqr Svndoy School, 9 30 A M Each Sundoy-1Mornlng Service, f l A M Evening Service, 6 P M firs I Third Sundays 8 T UC: 5 P M Eoch Svndoy Prayer & Bible Slvdy Tvesdoy At 7 P M MORNING GLORY M.S. CHURCH 7510 N. Street REV.P .. Ptor S.aday Sclllool, 9:30 A.M. Moralaa Wonllip, II A.M. Tile Ptlbllc II laYited PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 24h A venue ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship, II A.M. Goins Chorus And Usher Board No. 3 Serving BTU, 5:00P.M. Evening Worship, 6:00P.M. Mid-Week Service & Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30P.M. CRl::A TJ:: R FRIENDSHIP M. H. CHURCH 4413 35th Street REV. M. MURRAY ..Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship, II A.M. Evening Worship, 5 P.M. I Pra-yer Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30P.M. Visitors Are Welcome NIW SALIM MISSIONARY IAPTIST CHURCH 405 North Qreaon '\'"r't, ... Pastor Sunday' School, 9:30A.M Momlna Wonhlp, 11 A.M. BTU, 5:30P.M. Evening Wonhip, 7 P.M. Prayer Meeting &: Bible Study Thursday, 7 P.M. NEW CANAAN M.8. CHURCH IIIIa REV. JAMES SHEPPARD ... Pastor Sunday Prayer Service-9:45A.M. Sunday School10 A.M. Sunday Praise Worship-II A.M. lst&3rdSundayB.T.U.SP.M. Evening Worship 1st Sunday Only: At6P.M. Visitors Are Always Welcome. EVIENING STAR TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 3716 E. Paris REV. C. H. SHEPPARD Pastor Sunday School, 10 A.M Morning Service, 11 A.M. Night Service, 6 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Thurs. 7 P.M.

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;;; Nathaniel Thomas, Aldrina Hickman, Angelina Hickman, Ranona Thomas, Alfonzo Wright, Alfreda Lincoln, David Glenn, Latrisa Thomas, Alton Center, Otis Hickman, Brenda Gibson, Hanson Thomas Ruth Richard Carter, Sheryl Thomas and Otis Padgett. ( lQ The Planning Committee Of College Hill Church Of God In Christ Sponsors A FEI.I.OWSHIP DINNER Featuring ELDER ANTHONY P. CON AGE Queen Street COGIC, St. Petersburg At 7:30P.M., Saturday, Dec. 21, 1985 Ramada Hotel, 820 fast Busch Boulevard Donation: $15 -Adults $8-Children At The Door For More Information Please Call 254-1226. Deadline For Finalizing Reservations December 15. You Are Cordially Invited To The 6TH ANNUAL BIRTHDAY SERVICE For PROPHETESS JOY GRAY HARRIS At PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD \i ,, \\\ '\ ". &.\ ,: .. f. 4705 26th Street SATURDAY, DEC. 14, AT 7:30 P.M. Anthony Gilyard, the guest speaker will be accom panied by others of Brown Tem ple Church Of God In Christ, where Minister Matthew Williams is pastor. HARRIS Also, SUNDAY, DICfM8fR l5 At 3 P.M. Apostle And Mother Percy Smlty Of Atlanta, Will Be The Speaker. ... PROPHET WELLS And Members Of Minister Hunt 's Church Are Having YARD SERVICES Evangelist Sara Holland, Brothers And Sisters Come Out To Help Reach BACK-SLIDERS And SINNERS, Black And White. 2506 f. La lee Avenue Apartment 484 HOOD'S TEMPLE A.M.E. ZION CHURCH Corner 26th Street & Cassell PASTOR'S AID BOARD Presents PASTOR A PPRfCIA TIOH PROGRAM For RIV, R. R. NfAL SUNDAY, DEC. At 11 A.M. i'!: D. ANDERSON, JR. Speaker Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. ''A KAr for Christmas'' 1986. Chevette Giveaway December 21, 1985 Need Not Be Present To Win Winning Ticket Will Be Drawn On WTMP Radio Station Donation $1 Benefit Scholarship And Community Service Fund. A Nonprofit Organization Mrs. Nettie Thomas and Mr. Charlie Thomas, J 'parents (jf the bride. r., Mrs. Kay Lasing and son, Kevin. BAY CITY BOOSTERS CLUB Invites You To Their ANNUAL CHAMPAGNE HOUR DECEMBER 15, 1985 6 P.M. -8 P.M. 2804 Columbus Drive It Will Be An Elegant Evening For Dining And Enjoyjng Champagne. PETSONELLA MOAAGNE, President FUN! FUN! FUN! And PRIZES GALORE The American Legion Post 167 And The Combined Civic And Social Clubs Present Their Annual WINTER WONDERLAND BALL Featuring: Harvey Glymph And The Main St. Connection > = c. I = Q =-cs = riJ Plus Goodfoot Master Blaster, D.J. "C Fri., Dec. 13; 1985 10 Until Labor Temple, 9th Ave. At 16th St. M Prizes Will Be Awarded Every 30 Minutes Contact Member Of Sorority For Information DONATION: $5.00 FREE COCKTAIL HOUR 9-10 P.M. < .: ........................ ........

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Mt. Sinai Christian-Mission Of St. Pete : '0_-y -x--I Church MRS. MINNIEMITCHELL .. 1924ComancheAve. J9J6StateStreet > (Corner 19th St., Tampa) MISSIONARY GLADYS (Howard) STEBBINS <0 ORCHID CLUB INC. .. Director And Founder Chicken/Fish Dinner ; The December business meeting is the last meeting of the flea Market /Bake Sole MRS. DOLLIE M. BROWN, Reporter year and the Christmas Party afterwards the of December 14, 1985 many social activities that the of the Orchi Club Inc. 12:00 N. 3:00PM, Sat. will be attending. On Saturday night beginning at 7:30 p.m., Orchids Dinner Donation-$3.50 Associates will host their Christmas Party at the home of Eat in /Take Out fll r: Q .... Associated Chairperson Orchid Clareatha Flowers, 4206 Grace Street. Other hostesses are Geneva Lucas, Annie Hines, Fred die Salters, Angelina Smith, Mary Bowden and Virginia Wraight. Orchids were saddened by the homegoing of Orchid Mary Smith's mother, Mrs. Effie White and extend their sympathy to all of the White family Celebrating birthdays this month are: Delores Hammond and Mildred Siplin. President Au.horine Clark is asking all Qrchids to please be present and on time at 7:30p.m. for this very short and important meeting so that all Orchids will be their to greet their guests! Orchid Alza L. Stanislaus and hubby, Emmanuel hosted the November meeting during the Florida Classic Weekend at the Cuban Patio. Orchids arid friends enjoying their hospitality were: Martha Walker and friends, Annie Mae and Gracie; Samuel Charles, Martha Campbell, Rita Anderson Thelma Ingram, Lorenzo Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, Delores Streeter, Mary and Fred c! Smith, Angelina and Bob Smith, Authorine and James Clark, .c Q = I Mary and Walter Staples, Barbara Small, Nell Wimberly, Clareatha Flowers, Viola Wallace and Ann Glymph. c COLLEGE HILL COMMUNITY CENTER "CC College Hill Community Center and The City of Tampa Recreational Department along with Hit or Miss Department Store and Oak Tree Men's Store, are sponsoring a Fashion :J Show, December 14;at 6 p.m. at College Hill Center, 2400 E. :1 Lake Ave. E-c For ticket information, call 248-9949 and ask for Ms. Helen "CC .c fll .... :iS = r: = = I r: r: Taylor, or Ms. Debra Brown. MIDDLETON CLASS OF 1967 The Middleton Class of 1967 will meet Monday, December 16. We gather at 7 p.m. to reacquaint ourselves with one another, and at 7:30p.m., the meeting begins. Plans are being made for a Valentine's Party, and a Spring outing. Other projects are being organized. Meetings are held twice monthly, on Monday evenings. The next few meetings are scheduled, December 16 and 30, and January 13 and 27. Don't fo.rget the Holiday Reunion Party for all members and their guests on Friday, December 27 at the AKA House. BYOB and favorite covered dish. The President is Phillip Jett, and Reporter, Onida B. Mit chell. TAMPA DISTRICT LAYMAN The Tampa District Lay Organization will hold its monthly meeting on Sunday, Dec. 15th, at Greater Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church, promptly at 3:30p.m. Robert J. Wright is President, and Joyce E. Felton, Reporter. CLERKS AND SECRETARIES Mrs. Darlene Lewis was the winner of Sea Escape Cruise For Two. This drawing was held during the Clerks and Secretaries meeting on December 6. Luvenia Mitchell is President. Present EBENEZEif M.S. CHURCH 1212 Scott Street REV. EZELL BERRIEN ... Pastor Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 6:30P.M. Bible Study / Prayer, Tues., 7:30P.M: fiRST UNION M.S. CHURCH 3707 E. Chelsea ... Pas(or Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Evening Worship, 6 P.M. Prayer-Bible Study, Wed., 7P.M. EMMANUEL. M.S. CHURCH 2204 Highland Avenue An Appreciation Of Love, Caring & Sharing t-o :c ""' {.l.l {.l.l For our pastor, Rev. E Washington & Dea / Sheffield Sunday, December 15, at 3:00P. M Deacon C Batchelor will be the speaker. REV. WASHINGTON DEA. SHEFFIELD REV BATCHELOR PILGRIM REST M.B. CHURCH Nassau St., Tampa, FL 33607 ANNUAL CANDLELIGHTING SERVICE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15, At 6:30P.M. ...: Pastor This Service Is Sponsored By: THE PASTOR'S AID BOARD Sis. Louise Herron, President THE REALITY OF THE NEW BIRTH-PART 10 ST. JOHN 3:1-16 THE SECOND VITAL PART OF THE NEW BIRTH IS THAT THE HOLY SPIIliT IMPARTS TO OUR SPIRIT, THE NATURE OF ETER NAL LIFE. 1 JOHN 5:11. THIRD, THE PLACE OF GOD '{UA, T l.'.ASSETH ALL UNDER STANDING, FLOODS OUR SOUL. ROMANS 5:1, PHILLIPIANS 4:7-9. FOURTH, THE HOLY SPIRIT WITNESSES WITH OUR SPIRIT THAT WE ARE THE CHILDREN OF GOD, JOY FILLED OUR HEARTS AND WE CRIED "ABBA FATHER". ROMANS 8:16-17, 1 JOHN5:7-10. FIFTH, THE LOVE OF GOD IS SHED ABROAD IN OUR HEARTS BY THE HOLY SPIRIT AND WITH THIS LOVE, WE CAN LOVE THE BRETHREN WHETHER THEY BE JEWS, WHITE, BLACK, IN DIANS, CHICANOS AND BY THIS LOVE, THE WORLD WILL KNOW THAT WE ARE ONE IN CHRIST. CHRISTIANS ARE BORN OUT OF LOVE. OUR HEAVENLY FATHER BEGAT US BY HIS LOVE. HIS NATURE IS LOVE AND WE ARE PARTAKERS OF HIS NATURE. THEREFORE, WE MUST DEMONSTRATE THE GOD KIND OF LOVE. 1 CORINTHIANS 13:4 8, REMINDS US ABOUT THE LOVE THAT GOD REQUIRES FROM HIS CHILDREN. READiNG FROM THE I.MPLIFI. ED BIBLE, IT SAYS: V.4LOVE ENDURES LONG AND IS PATIENT AND KIND; LOVE NEVER IS ENVIOUS NOR BOILS OVER WITH JEALOUSY: IS NOT BOASTFUL OR VAINGLORIOUS, DOES NOT DISPLAY ITSELF HAUGHTILY. V. 5 IT IS NOT CONCEITED, ARROGANT AND INFLATED WITH PRIDE. IT IS NOT RUDE (UNMANNERLY) LOVE. (GOD'S LOVE IN US) DOES NOT INSIST ON ITS OWN RIGHTS OR HIS OWN WAY. FOR IT IS NOT SELF-SEEKING. IT IS NOT TOUCHY OR FRETFUL OR RESENTFUL; IT TAKES NO ACCOUNT OF THE EVIL DONE TO IT, PAYS NO ATTENTION TO A SUFFERED WRONG. V. 6 IT DOES NOT REJOICE AT INJUSTICE AND UNRIGHTEOUSNESS BUT REJOICES WHEN RIGHT AND TRUTH PREVAILS. V. 7LOVE BEARS UP UNDER ANYTHING.AND EVERYTHING THAT COMES; "IS EVER READY TO BELIEVE THE BEST OF EVERY PERSON, ITS HOPES ARE FADELESS UNDER ALL CIKCUMSTAN CES AND IT_ ENDURES EVERYTHING (WITHOUT WEAKENING). V. 8LOVE NEVER FAILS; NEVER FADES OUT OR BECOMES OBSOLETE OR COMES TO AN END ... ST. JOHN 13:34-35JESUS SAID: "A NEW COMMANDMENT I GIVE UNTO YOU THAT YOU LOVE ONE ANOTHER AS I HAVE LOVED YOU THAT YOU ALSO LOVE ONE ANOTHER". MY BROTHER AND SISTER IN THE FAITH, BORN-AGAIN, HOLY GHOST SPIRIT-FILLED BELIEVERS! WE SHOULD NOT HATE OTHER CHRISTIANS JUST BECAUSE OF THE COLOR OF THEIR SKIN. GOD LOVES US AND REQUIRES THAT WE WORK TOGETHER AND FELLOWSHIP WITH ONE ANOTHER. 1 JOHN 4:7-21; ST. JOHN 15:17 "THESE THINGS HAVE I COMMANDED YOU THAT YOU LOVE ONE ANOTHER" ... OPEN DOOR CHRISTIAN CENTER FULL GOSPEL C H URC H 1221 E. COLUMBUS DR. Sunday School 10 A.M. M o rnin g Service, II A M. Evening Service, 7 P.M. Bible Study, Thurs., 7 P.M. !:-' f?ev. E Washington, Pastor ; Deo I. Sheffield, Chairman; Sis Ruby Gholston, Reporter p ............................................ Prayer Meeting Tu es., 7 P .M ... The Public I s Invited ...

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IT'S ALL ABOUT MR. AND MRS. FRED SALLYE Fred and Thelma Sallye celebrated their 20th wedding an nivesary December 11. For 19 of those years, Mr. and Mrs. Sallye have resided in West Tampa near MacFarlane Park. Mr. Sallye has also been with Pepin Distribution Company for 19 years. The couple celebrated their anniversary by dining out. One of Mrs. Sallye's gifts was a black leather jacket with the Anheuser Busch emblem an item from the China family which is traditionally given for 20 year anniversaries. St. Peter Claver Family & Friends Christmas Party Tight Squeeze Disco 3001 N. 22nd St. Saturday, Dec. 14 8 P.M. Until Door Prizes Hors d'oeuvre Elixirs Donation: $8.00 Stella Turner President "Songs Of Love At Christmas" Fred Black Directs St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church Choirs In Concert Saturday, December 14, at 7:30P.M. Other.Guest Appearances: Mrs. Ellen H. Green, Jimmy Munns, Mrs. Norma J. Gilbert, and Romero Watson & Company. Rev. C. L. Edwards Pastor Mrs. Joyce W. Reddish Chairman Mrs. tottie Henderson, Mrs. Andromeda Cannon and Ms. Mary Benson Co-Chairmen ,Yule Tidings With PLAYMAKERS AUDITIONS The Playmakers is holding auditions for six non-speaking roles in its production of Pas sion on Monday, December 16th at 7 p.m. at the Cuban Club. The production opens Feb. 28, runs through March 23rd and is directed by the Playmakers' Producing Direc tor Mark Hunter. TGhree men and three women of various ages are required. While they do not speak, they must be physically expressive and move well. WISH 1 ;\JG YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDAY r-; VEARRYL HILL and MRS. F ALSTINE IS,AAC All actors are compensated for their work. For further in formation, contact the Playmakers at 248-6933. Vearryl Nigel Hill will be celebrating his first birthday Dec 16, along with his grand mother, Mrs. Falstine Isaac whose birthday is. also Dec. 16. Vearryl is the son of Sheryl Riggins and great grandson of Mr Willie Riggins and the late Mrs. Ellamae Riggins. MENSA SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships from $150 to $1000are being awarded by Men sa, the international high IQ society Awards will be made on the basis of an essay of about 500 words describing the applicant's career, vocational, academic !Jr goal direction toward which the scholarship is to provide aid. The only requirement is that the applicant be enrolled for the year following the award in an accredited American institu tion of post-secondary education at any level in a program leading toward a degree. Awards are unrestricted as to age, race sex, level of post-secondary education or financial status. The essay must be typewritten and submitted with the com pleted application The deadline for applications is March 1, 1986. Announcements of the winners will be made as soon after June 1 as possible. Decisions of the judges are final. lf = ; f'D I = = ;:r '"c:l = 1:11 :r f'D ca. f'D A stamped, self-addressed envelope must accompany a re quest for an application. For a application and more information abouf Mensa, wilte: Mensa Scholarship, P.O. BQx 2397, City, FL 34297-2397. -3 = Sylvia Y. Lumsden enjoyed her "Sweet Sixteenth" birth SYLVIA LUMSDEN On Saturday Night, Dec. 14, at 7:30P.M. day, December 12. Sylvia > Sis. Clarese Brannen & Faith Gospel Singers resides with her mother, Ms. S, Will S_ponsor Inez Lumsden at 1909-3lst A MUSICAL PROGRAM Ave., Apt #558. She attends At Oalc Hill M.S. Church, on 42nd St. Gaither High School and is a lOth grader Featuring: The Heavenlyaires, Spring Hill Male Her best friends are Gewyan Chorus, Southern Tones, Heavenly Trumpets, The Harand Cindy; her favorite per-i mony Winds, and many other Bay Area Groups. sonality is Jack P. Wagner of Special Guest Group The Joyettes Of St. Petersburg General Hospital; and "/ Was Free Admission! Too Young" is her favorite I f'D = Q :r Everyone IS Invied song. the Baha'I Faith Unitil)g the w o rld One lieart at a time For Call: 253 REVIVALI DIC. J6th th 7:00 P.M Nightly EVANGELIST FRIENDLY = M.S. CHURCH I 90 I Central A venue The Bay Area Chamber Of Commerce At A Special Christmas Party Saluting black employers( their employees, and supporters. Join Us As Loco/ Elected Officials, Business Owners, Employees And Guests Toast The Holiday Season. On DfCfMBfR 19, 1915 from 6:30-10:30 P.M. At fhe MIDNIGHf IXPRfSS, Tampa Pork Plaza "The Need Of Local Block Unity And Business Development" Will Be The Sub;ect Of Moster Of Ceremonies Guest Speakers: PERRY HARVEY JEFF BECKELMAN RUBIN PADGETT JAMES HARGRETT IARLMOORI BAAC President IAS70A 71 COMMUNI7Y CHURCH 1924 E. Comaoelte REV. C. H. EVERETTE, Pastor (Services Held tn The Chapel) REV. f L NAILS ...Pastor Sunday School, 9:30A.M. Morning Worship. I I A.M. Prayer Meeting. Tues., 7:00P.M. Bible Study. Tues 7:30PM THE MIGHTY SIP BROTHERS Present THE SIP'S BALL SATURDAY, DECEMBER J4, 1985 From 9 P.M. 'Til 2 A.M. AtThe Labor Temple I 520 9th A venue Free Cocktails From 9 'Til 10

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. -.. "CS = < On Saturday evening, Veronica D. Williams and Daniel A. Gullett exchanged marriage vows at New Progress Missionary Baptist Church. The Rev. Frank Williams performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Williams and the late Mr. Richard Williams. The groom is the son of Mrs. and Mrs. D. Gullett The couple will reside in Tampa Marina Rego and Paul Coleman GREATERMT CARMEL A.M.E. CHURCH 4209 N. 34th Street Rev Jesse Brown Sr :, Pastor Morning Worship, 8 A M. Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship, 11 AM MT. VERNON PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1719 Gree n st'reet Sunday School, 9:45A.M. Morning Worship 11 AM Bible Study, Tues., 7 P.M. Everyone Is Welcome Please Come And Join Us During Any Of Our Religious Services. Bro. Larry B Horde, Sr ., Deacon Sis. Patricia Horde Sec. Sylvia's Wig Town & Beauty Salon 2271 E. Hillsboro & 22nd Street Eastgate Plaza Phone: 239-3404 HOLIDAY TRADE-IN SALE ALL WIGS '20 With Trade In Of An Old Wig-While They Last. Dec. 13 Thru Dec. 31. Hazel Hampton, Jackie Pedro s a and Freddie Brown. LAY -WAY. FOR CHRISTMAS f GOLD SALE GOLD SALE 14KT GOLD CHAINS STARTING FROM '995 .14KT GOLD EARRINGS FROM WATCHES FROM '1288 PRICES NOT FOR ITEMS SHOWN

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One Of Tampa's Leading Car Salesmen Is Back (Joe) Francis Hayes New & Used 17 Years Experience Now At 5815 N. DALE MABRY, TAMPA, FL. (813)872-5555 PINELLAS 447-0410 POLK 683-5368 ----------------R b violence of apartheid itself asp erry isn't quite real f')r whites, who (Continued From Page 4-A) don't see it on Lelevision, it is terribly real to,. its victims, townships, which is to say who increasingly demand 0 white people, got precious litrelief on pain of rendering the tie on their state-run TV chancountry a bloody and ungoverf'!l nels of what was happening in nable mess. 3: the townships before the recent press restrictions Now As a visitor moves about the :;!:l they get virtually nothing excities, the disparities he sees .... cept "talking-heads" reports. look not much more The violence they don't see than ordinary class doesn't intrude unbidden into ferences. And then the their thoughts. It doesn't quite play restores context. exist. The progr-am notes include a In short, from the viewpoint 1971 Biko speech that ends of the authorities, the press with this passage: "The tripar restrictions are working. Not tite system of fear that of perfectly, but well enough for whites fearing the blacks, now. They sometimes pay a blacks fearing whites, and the price when, as in )be government fearing blacks and Mamelodi slaughter, the wishing to allay the fear reporters are forced to choose amongst whites makes it between statements of selfdifficult to establish rapport proclaimed eyewitnesses with amongst the two segments of an interest in making things the community. The fact of sound as gruesome as possible living apart adds a different and statements of the dimension and perhaps a more authorities which regularly serious one: it makes the understate the facts. aspirations of the two groups F Reporters, had they been diametrically opposed. allowed at the scene, might "The white strategy so far g have provided a realistic pichas been to systematically : ture of what took place. break down the resistance of !, But even as it works, the blacks to the point where the government's keep-it-hidden latter would accept crumbs f policy contains the seeds of from the white table. This we ;= disaster. By masking the level have shown we reject \me-; of official violence and the qui vocally And now the stage growing resistance to it, the is therefore set for a very in-government may be teresting turn of events." misleading the ruling white Maybe one day the govern minority into a false sense that ment will learn that it is not there is time to work things the press reporting of facts but out. the awful facts themselves that For if the police and constitute the threat to peace military violence indeed the in Africa Merry Christmas & A Most Prosperous New Year From The Staff A f GARRETT REALTY, INC. --or .. Re,a/t(1T '"'''-''1"Lucia McKinney, Realtor Assoc., Ollie Lorrie Underwood, Realtor Assoc. Blessed Are They Who Share The Magic and Wonder of Christmas. As The Holiday Unfolds, May You and Your Loved Ones Enjoy Its Divine Spirit and Infinite Joys. Call Uf for All 01 Your Real Estate Needs!

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For Spinks' VVBC Title .-_. .. left Armstrong. Leave Bo alone Ghana because he did not Williamson is 21-1 and ranked -.. -. j 'J JRA Nf ][)))[ ...... BY RANDOLPH KINSEYI!!IIIIIIIII like two first or a first and a Council light heavywejght scheduled for 12 rounds. second that are very high in crown. Score One For Leentan Bennett the draft. Mohammad's father is king Dailey Is Bullish Coach Leeman Bennett has had a losing season his first year as head man of the Tampa Bay Bucs, but it is obvious the coach doesn't intend to have one next season. It is a:so apparent that Bennett learned some things in his first year and plans to put the things he learned into practice next year. Coach Bennett, without say ing so, has come to the conclu sion that Steve DeBerg is not' the quarterback to lead the 8uccaneers. This is apparent by his switch to Steve Young. a It is also a safe conClusion to g assume that Steve Young is i5 Bennett's cup of tea. Bennett has already said he will change .= his offense next season to fit the talents of Young. Berinett must have learned that the one back offense isn't l!l going to work and has plans to junk it next year. That is a plan that Buc fans wiU c welcome because many of them knew long before Ben "g nett that it wasn't working. < Score one for Coach Ben nett. The man is finally learn ing something. It took 12 losses, many of them eint' barrassing fosses, _l}ut Bennett finally is learning tlf the Bucs don't give away all of their high draft picks and use them wisely, they can be winners next season. The Race For Bo Jackson Auburn's super running Jack Bo Jackson is expected to be the number one player pick ed in the 1986 National Foot ball League draft. Jackson recently.-won the Heisman Trophy, the most coveted prize in college football, and combines speed, power and moves Into a 6-2, 225 pound frame Once Bo gets to moving, he is poetry in motion, smooth as silk and fluid as water running down a hilL Surely, Mr; Jackson will command mucho big bucks from whatever team gets him. Currently, the Tampa Bucs, the Buffalo Bills and the Colts are locked in a battle known as the "Bo Jackson Derby.'' The Buccaneers appear to be in the driver's seat for Jackson. But hold a minute, do the Bucs need Bo Jackson? I should think not! Surely the The second choice would be of the Daguma tribe. Prince to leave Bo alone and go after Mohammad said there were an outstanding defensive generational differences bet player, a cornerback or a big ween his father and him. The offensive tackle. Finally, the younger Mohammad said he Bucs can just draft Bo. The has.34 brothers and sisters "at team who takes Jackson is last count." He added that gambling. Jackson is also a another reason he left Ghana super star baseball player and was he did not want to have still entertains thoughts of bemore than one wife. ing a major leaguer. Famous Departing Words The St. Louis Cardinal's tempermental pitching star Joaquin Andujar had a miserable last half of the 1985 baseball S:ason. He was in a slump that continued threyghout the National League playoffs and the Woild Series. Not only could he not win, but it was difficult to get anybody out. Quintin Dailey of the Chicago Bulls is averaging 16.4 points since coming out of a drug rehabilitation clinic. "He is one of the few people who can come off the bench and average 17 points in this league," said coach Stan Albeck. "I firmly believe he is going to have his best year ever. He's lighter, in better shape and really wants to do well. I'm very proud of him." Andujar, who finished the season 21-12 heard the rumors that he was finished in St. Louis. The rumors disturbed Andujar but he was told not to worry. He figured by in the Cardinals 1986 plans, that he was a 21-game winner and that St. Louis wished they had four ANOTHER MIRACLEUJ pitchers who could win 20 games by August. Well, 1 don't know what that did for his peace efmind, Mr. D. D. Of Tampa Says "Since I Have Been Drinking The Aloe Vera Juice That I Bought From The Atoe Health Center My Stomach Pains Have Improved And I Would Not Take Nothing For It" ALOE HEALTH CENTER 2269 E. Hillsborough (Eastgate) 237-1575 ', Gold 1508 E. 7th Avenue 248-9078 Drastic Reduction On All Jewelryl! Order Your Nameplates & Initial Rings NOWI DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 14th Don't Wait Until The Last Minute To Order For Christmas Strong Chains'20 (WhileTheyLastl Any Purchase Will Register You To Win$100 In CASH. Make Your Christmas A Merry One ... WIN '100 / Drawing Sunday, Dec. 22ndMust Be To Win. Playboy Bunny Earrings '12.50 All Jewelry In Showcase On Sale Before You Buy Your Next Gold-Check Us Out First You'll Be Glad You Did.

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.. ........ ........................ .. Tampa Athletes Of Yesteryea r Jordan Coming Back-But Has a Anyone Seen Bernard King BY C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill (A Weekly Series) Michael Jordan's cast been floundering since Jordan 0 comes off in less than two broke a bone in his left foot in K weeks. And not a moment too the third game of the season ey soon. They miss his 28 points, 6 re; Willie T. Sellers: Making Your Own Decisions Is The One of the essential tools in life is being able to make your own decisions. You need in tellectual, as well as physical courage to think and say things for yourself, think new thoughts and seek and enter tain ideas that have been for bidden. Willie T. Sellers, one of Belmont Heights greatest athletes, and the first BH player to play professionally, (signed as a free agent with the Seattle Mariners) is a big ad vocate of people thinking on their own. Willie expressed with deep concern that Blacks must understand that there are many forces (drugs, hard times, etc.) in society that can influence otherwise. "A person must realize his or her problems and act quickly to save their own self-esteem, your friends point of view, and family. pressure that can cause anguish. One of the big gest problems though, is usually the influence your peers have on your thinking." Willie's life of being a baseball star; started at Belmont Heights, continued at Hillsborough High ('74-'7.7) and later peaked professionally, was based on his God-given talent and his strong will taught to hini by his mother. Always deterINJURY DEATH DUE TO ACCIDENTS?? FOR COMPLETE, & PERSONAL EVALUATION OF YOUR DAMAGES AND LOSSES CALL: 223-2044 711 North Florida Ave. Suite 223 FRED L. BUCKINE Attorney CALL: 223-2044 Tampa, Fl. 33602 The Chicago Bulls have bounds, 5 assists and 3 steals a mined to be a winner Willie game, but they miss his heart ::= stated his knowledge M' life arid.soul even more. C: and seeing friends and 'Although the cast is coming .... mates' downfall helped him 'off and .fordan is hoping to be Ul make quick decisions when back in uniform by Christmas, negative influences apthe Bulls are setting a more proached. realistic date of Jan. l. "Through life, you often "Michael is too optimistic," hear from your guardian that Coach Stan Albeck said. you should not hang around "Before we let him play, we're people who will influence you sending him to specialists in to do negative things. But you Los Angeles, Cleveland, often say-I have a mind .of Oregon and Chicago. We my own and no one can in-don't want to take any fluence my behavior, or chances." anytime I do something, I do ,..., ,..., ,..., it because I want to, I'm Bernard who is grown. Whatever the case may rehabilitating from a knee in be, explained Willie, "You jury, has not bFen to a Knicks later realize through exgame or workout this season. perience and time, and look A New York paper quoted a back in retrospect (that's if Knicks official saying, "If he you realize in time to save doesn't show up soon, they'll yourself) that your parents or be putting his face on a milk guardian should always be ... The NBA league your guiding ligl}t: sent out a telex people don't realize IJOtifymg teams that the family cares about them more 1986 -87 season tentatively is than anyone, until something scheduled start Oct. 31, a bad happens. Then you soon week later than this season. ask yourself where are my Rumor has it that the league is friends." doing everything in its power Currently, Willie is emto stretch the season to July 4. ployed with Tampa Electric as an Apprentice Lineman. His o / advice to young athletes is: @GJ, ''One must remember that bad company brings bad results." PRICES EFFECTIVE DEC. J 3 -DEC. 17 H 0 L I D H A p Lincoln Grocery p y FIRST CUT PORK CHOP. BEEF NECK BONES 69C LB. RIB STRIPS 99C LB. STORE HOURS Is A y s LB.88C BEEF STEW. LB 99C CHIC 'KEN. WINGS 5 LB. BOX CHICKEN WING TIP 99 (: 3 LB. -1 BAG WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS 79C LB. ALL GREENS 49 BUNCH 1 275 > = c. ...

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.. .. Young Brave The Future Here At .,.. By RUDOLPH HARRIS has been effective as a roll out The Tampa Bay Buccaneers passer. However, as a pocket = could well salvage the 1985 passer. he needs experience in season and yearling quarterfinding sec ondary u back Steve Young, can do and he lacks patience in the much to restore optimism for pocket. He tends to look for the future Such an opportunian exit with the minimum ty present s itself as the Dues amount of pressure applied. Q will close out this year's camMeanwhile, the Colts have paign with two home games. played well at times Like the The Indianapolis Colts come Dues, they seem to be a better .c:: ci I c c:: -= = I Ql c:: c:::: to Tampa Stadium Sunday to club than thei'' record in be followed ne x t week by the dicates. is 3-11. Green Bay Packers. Both are In their last effort, they played 1:00 P.M. encounters. The a rebounding (13-1) Chicago 2-12, Dues finishing at 4-12, Bear outfit closely. The Bears ironically, can have something eked out a one touchdown to look positive to especially if margin, 17-10 victory over the Young can establish his Colts. Two of the Colts wins credibility as the "quarterback have been against the Dues of the future." Central division companions. So far the Brigham Young They beat Detroit and Green University standout has not Bay quite convincingly. done much to raise optimism. He has been sacked 14 times The former Baltimore Colts for 101 yards giving him a net before moving to Indianapolis 43 yards, rushing if those 101 have met the Dues four times. yards are subtracted from his Two times in the preseason gross rushing yardage of 144 and twice in the regular Young threw his first season. The Bucs won both touchdown pass in his third start against the Minnesota Vikings last week. Overall in the passing department, Steve is 76-37 of 407 yards with four interceptions to go with those 14 sacks. On the more plus side, the former USFL quarterback has shown excep tional running ability when he has to scramble Against Vikings Young gained 53 yards in 8 carries. In spots he IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION CASE No. 85-19023 DIVISION: EAST JOHNNAPARK Petitioner /Wife vs. THOMAS LOUIS PARK Respondent/Husband NOTICE OF ACTION NO PROPERTY TO: THOMAS LOUIS PARK PECAN ACRES MOBIL HOME PARK DAYTON, TEXAS (LAST KNOWN ADDRESS) You are notified that an action for Dissolution of Marriage bas been filed you THOMAS LOUIS PARK and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on the petitioner s attorney, whose name and address is THEODORE N. TAYLOR, ESQ. P.O. BOX 2133 !lant City, Florida 34289-2133 (813) 752-5633 Or 229-2854 STEVE YOUNG preseason games, defeating Baltimore 14-0 in 1977, and 23-12 in 1978, both games played at Tampa Stadium. However, when the money was on the line in regular season play, the Bucs with the Maryland Club on the Colts home turf. In the first year in 1976, Baltimore plastered the__ Dues 42-17. In 1979, behind quarterback the Dues won If the Bucs are going to be successful in taking advantage of this opportune run for the roses here at home, quarter back Steve Young must become the man of the hour. The future depends on, or could be most emotionally ef fected by, the 3 to 4 hours on the upcoming Sunday after-Dues could well have a most profitable 1986 season ticket sale if Young comes through and give Tampa Bay fans that winning glow a kid from Grambling established a few season s ago. The games will be no sellouts so again, there will be no locat telecasting. Holiday Special! $5.00 Off ALL HATS LaFlorence Millenery & Flower Shop 1603 E. 7th Ave. 248-2944 on or before December 23, 1985; and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on plaintiff's at torney or immediately thereaf ter; otherwise a default wUI be entered against you for the relief demanded in the com-The Sears Wish Book-yours for only s2, and we'll give you a < plaint or petition. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on Novem ber 14, 1985. "Thank You" certificate backl This holiday season, shop the crowd-free Sears Wish Book way Find gifts from the practical to the unusual. The Sears Christmas Wish Book has something for every one on your list Get your copy of the 1985 Wish Book fo r only $2 and receive a $2 Thank You" certif i cate good on any Sears purchase of $10 o r more. It's a l most like getting the Catalog FREE! Pick up your copy today JAMES F. TAYLOR, JR. v;. Clerk Circuit Court Satisfaction guaranteed f. ie tJi; By: Bernadine Burnham or your money back fut f.Nj' _____ .. :; \O.Sears Roebuck and Co. 1985

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= Q :a. -= Q = I -.. "CS = < = = = I = = BEVERLY FREEMAN WILLIAMS (COOKIE) Funeral services for Mrs. Beverly (Cookie) Freeman Williams, of 4111 E. Ellicott Ave. #C who passed away, Sunday, December 8th, will be held, Saturday, December 14th, at 1:00 P.M., at Greater Mt. Moriah Primitive Church, 1225 Nebraska Ave., with the pastor Elder C. L. Warren, officiating. Interment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Mrs Williams was a native of Tampa. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. She was a former employee of Peoples Gas Systems, Inc. Survivors are: a very devoted husband, Mr. Terrence Williams; a very devoted and dedicated mother, Mrs. Lillie Mae Freeman; a v ery devoted and dedicated father, Mr. Fred Freeman; 5 sisters, Mrs. Mary Alice Hornsby and husband, Leonard, Mrs. Mary Ann Young and llusband, Reginald, Ms. Theresa Freeman, Ms Andretha Freeman, and Ms. Tracy Freeman; 3 brothers, SSG Mack Freeman and wife, Jeanette, Mr. Phillip Freeman and Mr. Fredrick Freeman; 3 stepchildren, Donte L. Williams, Kenya A. Williams and Tiffany L. Williams; 3 devoted aunts, Mrs. Louise Dennis and husband, Willie James Sr., Mrs. Ruby Wood of St. Petersburg, FL and Mrs. Hazel Williams of Lake .,,,., .. FL; 5 uncles, Mr. John H. Early and wife, Nettie, Mr. Fred Wood and wife, Mary, Mr. William Freeman and wife, Thelma, Mr. Albert Freeman and Mr. Charlie Freeman; 12 nephews, Mr. Leonard Freeman and wife, Patrice, Mr. Gregory Horn sby, Damion Young, Mack Freeman, Jr., Corey Freeman, Chancey Freeman, Dewayne Nurse, Phillip Freeman, Jr., Ronnie Borden, Clarence Barr, Jr., Eric Nathaniel and Charles Borden; 6 nieces, Tina Freeman, Khaliah Green, < Shameka Freeman, Stacy z Freeman, Chatal Freeman and Tamika Miller; mother-in-law, Mrs. Willie Borden; 3 ::= brothers-in-law, Mr. Clarence Barr and wife, Jackie, Mr. Walter R. Sigler and Mr. Leonard Sigler; 2 sisters-in law, Mrs. Nathaniel and Mrs. Cheryl Borden Miller and husband, James; 1 aunt-in-law, Mrs. Ruby Easters 2 great aunts, Mrs. Mamie Ballarfl. and husband, Clarence, and Mrs. Ethel Helesvton; a host of cousins, among whom are, Mrs. l)elores Polite, Mr. Willie James Dennis, Jr., and wife, Vera, Mrs. Joyce Tims and husband, Herman, Ms. Clara Wilder, Mrs. Patricia Issac, Ms. Gwen Wood, Ms. Johnnie Brown, and Mr. Paul Lee; a host of other relatives and friends among whom are, Yvonne Algood, Joyce Gaff ney and Wanda Campbell; sorrowing friends at Greater Mt. Moriah P .B. Church. The remains will repose at AIKENS FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening and at the Church after 11:00 A.M. Saturday morning. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. The family will receive friends at the from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening The funeral cortege will arran'e from j407-24th Ave. ''AIKENS FUNERAl.: HOME." BRYANT& WILLIAMS LUCILLE WALLACE Mrs. Lucille Wallace, 1515 Union Street, Apt. #207, pass ed away December 9, 1985. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday at. 3:30 P.M. from the RAY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL CHAPEL with Rev. James H. Howell, of ficiating. Entombment will follow in the Memorial Park Cemetery. A native of Valdosta, GA, Mrs. Wallace h!ld resided in Tampa for inore than 50 years. Survivors include: a loving and devoted son, Mr. Lorenzo Bryant and wife: Dorothy of San Diego, CA'; 11 grandchildren, Gloria, Irene, Carolyn, Lorenzo Jr., David, Pernell and Catherine Bryant, all of San Diego, also Debra, Renee and Troy Chaney and Kenneth Butler of Tampa; 2 sisters, Mrs. Willie Mae Davis of Tampa and Mrs. Ethel Wilkins of Washington, DC; 4 nieces, Mrs. Pearl Pur vis and husband, James, Mrs. Helen James and husband, Rev. T. J. James of Tam pa, Mrs. Christine Kendrick and husband, Matthew of Lorton, VA, and Mrs. Dorothy Gordon of Washington, DC; 3 nephews, Mr. Samuel Brinkley and wife, Dorothy of Dayton, OH, Mr. Edward Davis and wife, Doris of Norfolk, VA, .and Mr. Phillip Wilkins and wife, Elizabeth of Manning, SC; a host of cousins, among whom are Mrs. Annie Pearl Franklin of Canton, OH, Mrs. Eula Lee Barbery, Mrs. Margaret Long, Mr. James Guyton, Mr. Jimmy Purvis, Mr. Daniel Mitchell, and Mr. David Mitchell all of Tampa, Miss Anita Kendrick, Miss Patricia Kendrick and Mr. Herbert Kendrick all of Lor ton, VA; a very devoted friend, Mr. Albert Jones and a host of .other sorrowing relatives and friends. The re mains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS 'MEMORIAL CHAPEL after 5 P.M. Fri day. Arrangements entrusted to BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). OAK HILL MOURRIE D. BELL Funeral services for Mourrie Dennard Bell of 307 E. Ohio St., will be held, Saturday, bee. 14, at 4 P.M. at Oak Hills. Funeral Home hapel, Rev. J. M. Marion, of ficiating. Interment will be held in Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: father, Willie Bell; mother, Bettye Williams; brothers, James Williams and wife, Viviams, Stanley Williams and wife, Sondra, Willie Jr., Ricky Bell of Cario, GA; sisters, Alveria E. Brister, Parthenia Benjamin, Margaret and Darlene Bell, all of Tampa, FL; grandmother, Elnora Jenkins and husband, Willie; aunts, Margaret I Williams, Femandine Beach, Sarah Ed wards and husband ; Freddie, Lucinda Morgan, Miami, Susie Thompson and husband; Ceral, Lusidic Jenkins, Miami, Fannie Mae Johnson, Tampa, Jimmie. Borden, Springfield, Mass., Dollie McGriff, Sadie Brown, Vero Beach, Margaret L. Camilla, GA; uncles, Jim and Katie Tompkin, Tampa, Jim my and Mammie Wilson, Tampa, 'Adolfhus Butler, C!lmUla, GA; stepmother, Earlen Brough, Willie Jenkins alid wife, Beisi, Miami. A host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Mourrie Bell at tended public school here in Hillsborough County. The family will receive friends at the Chapel on Friday from 7 to 8 P.M. The funeral cortege WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET Our Business Is Service Phone: 248-6125 will arrange from 307 E. Ohio St. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME SERVICE. SILAS FAGAN Funeral services for Silas Fagan of 2048 Balfour Circle, who passed at Carrollwood Community Hospital, will be held Saturday, Dec. 14 at 2 P.M., from Hills Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. James Marion, officiating Interment will be held in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Mr. Fagan was a resident of Tampa for many years. A retired Longshoreman. Survivors are: a very devoted daughter, Ear the Lewis and husband, Donald; 4 sons, Arthur Fagan, Henry Fagan, Jeff Araddy and wife, Ernestine, Paul Fagan, all of Tampa; 1 sister, Earthe Mae Way and hus band, John; 2 brothers, Jesse Fagan and wife, Martha and Willie Fagan and wife, Betty from Gould, FL; brother-in law, West Roundtree and wife, Mary of Wachula, FL; grandchildren, Annette Fagan and husband, Carl, Henry Fagan, Arth ure Fagan, Nathaniel Fagan; Donald and Eldred Lewis, Paul Fagan and Freddie Fagan, Leslie, Henry, Arthur Fagan; great grand children, Patrick and Sonja Mimmenger, Edwards Lewis, Lashonda, Octavis, Connice Fagan, Frazier, Ed wards, Louise Bowens; nieces, Marie Foster and Elsubbie Nelson. A host of other sor rowing relatives and friends. The funeral cortege will ar range from 2048 Balfour Cir cle. The family will receive friends at the Chapel from 7 to 8 P.M. on Friday. OA.K HILLS FUNERAL SER VICE. WILSON MRS. FANNIE M. REDDICK DIAZ Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie M. Reddick Diaz, 400 E. Harrison St., who passed in a local hospital will be held Saturday at 11 A.M. from the Wilson's Funeral Chapel with the Father Joseph Browning reciting the Rosary. Dr. Nora Ramriez giving word of com fort. Mrs. Diaz, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Red dick
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(Continued From Page 18-A) and wife, Lubertha, and EdJohnnie Ruth ( Jones .and busward Gene Highsmith; stepband, Johnny; niece; r Jeanette son, Walter Reed, Jr,; 3 Taylor and husband, Tom; grandchildren, Laronia Faye nephews, Moses Stewart, Jr., Taylor, U.S. Army, Germany, Raymond Brown and wife, Edward Gene Highsmith and Jeanette, Reginald Brown and Eustacia Highsmith, St. wife, Rose, and Arnold RanPetersburg, FL; 1 step grandson and wife, Joan; cousin, daughter, Jasmin Nicole Eloise Cooper; sisters-in-law, Driessen; 1 great grandchild, Susie Robinson, Oakland, Alexandris Shay Taylor, Ger-CA, Dorothy Harris and many; goddaughter, Elizabeth Gladys Brady, Newark, NJ; Carter; many devoted friends, brothers-in-law, Leroy Brady some of whom are: Lubertha and wife, Mattie, San Diego, Royster, The McCall, The CA, Gerald Brady and wife, Miller, The Simmons, The Ruth, Atlanta, GA, Lawrence Reeves and The Peacock Brady and wife, Thelma, San families and other relatives Diego, CA, and Alfred and friends. A native of Dickerson; godmother, Nancy Baconton, GA, Mr. Brooks; godchildren, Wanda Highsmith had resided here Simmons and Carlton Russell; since the early 30's. He was a close and devoted friends, Mr. retired employee of the and Mrs. Gardner Williams; Seaboard Coastline Railroad and a host of other nieces, and Gillette Mac's Auto Parts. nephews and cousins. A native The body will repose at the of Edison, GA, Mr. Holloway funeral home after 5 P.M. tohad resided here for more than day. "A WILSON'S SER46 years. He was a retired VICE." employee of the Borden Dairy MR. THEODIS 'POP' HOLLOWAY Funeral services for Mr. Theodis 'Pop' Holloway, of 3912 W. Palmetto St., who passed away at his residence, will be held at 11 A.M. at Allen Temple A.M.E. Church with the Rev. J. D. Stonom, officiating. lnter rrtent will be in Memorial Park Cemetery Survivors are: his loving and devoted wife, Thelma; daughters, Leartis Mayes and Ruth Holloway; devoted stepdaughter, Bernice Williams and husband, Alvin; son, Theodis Holloway, Jr.; loyal animal companion, Malachi, 'Junior'; adopted son, George Torane; sister, Company and was a member of the Borden Quarter Cen tury Club. He also a member of the Sick Benefit Club. The remains will repose after 5 P.M. Friday at Wilson's Funeral Home and after 9 A.M. Saturday at the church. The family will receive friends from 7 until 8 P.M. tonight at the Funeral Home Chapel. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." IN MEMORIAM In memory of Lil Andre' M. Mortimer. We love you, but God loves you best. Sadly missed by mother, Kathy Mortimer; family and friends. ONE CALL SOLVES ALL In loving memory of Mr. Chester J. English, Dec. 13, 1983. A precious one has gone from us, a voice we Jove is still, a place is vacant in our hearts, which can never he fill ed. Chester, we miss you so much, earth has no sorrow that heaven can not heal. Sadly missed by your wife, Ruth M. English; Doris C. Williams, and Tanya Larry, daughtefl; grandchildren a d family. IN MEMDRIAM T A,MP A -In loving memory of our loved one, James Moore who departed this life December 17, 1968. Your place can never be filled. Eliabeth Moore, wife; Cheryl Ann Boger, daughter; and family. IN MEMORIAM In lo.ving memory of wife, Mrs. Lecola DeBose, who departed this life, December 13, 1983. VVe love you, but God loves you best. Your husband, James DeBose; children and grand children. Call: Shady Grove Funeral Home In rememberance of. my and Cemetery dear mother, Mrs. Ella Con-IN MEMORIAM LESLEY J. MILLER; SR. In loving memory of our husband and father on his birth day. This is a very special day for us. You left us 4 months ago, and our hearts are so sad. We Jove you very much. Sadly missed by your wife, Shaddie Miller; children, Bar bara Turner, Anne Gooden-Williams and Lesley Miller, Jr.; grandchildren, LeJean and Lesley Miller III. IN MEMORIAM MAJOR L. GREEN, SR. In loving memory of Major Lee Green, Sr., who departed this life, Dec. 13, 1983. Gone, but not forgotten. MRS. ALTONIA MYERS Dec 14, 1978 In loving memory of our dear love one. Your precious ff = :r I = = ; -= = fiJ ==-Sadly missed by your wife, Lessie M. Green; sons, daughter, grandchildren. smile will always be with us. Sadly missed by family and friends forever. IN MEMORIAM MRS. LOIS CRAWFORD Twenty-four years have passed since our mother was laid to rest. Sadly missed _by daughter, Ann Porter and grand children. CARD OF THANKS Our many thanks to all who expressed to us the many acts of kindness during the illness and demise of our dearly beloved one, Teofila Roy Penalver. We the family will always cherish your kindness. Casellas and Hernandez families. Phone Your News 248-1921 PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES 247-3151 or 247-3152 AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Cor. Buffalo Ave.&: 28th St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Service > = =.. I = Q =-o = fiJ 0 b k A 626 2332 dry who left us Dec. 13, 1965. 23 5 N. Ne ras a ve. -. 'i---------------------, 20 years have passed and we 1 L d B b We Provide The Fol,lowing Services & Merchandise: all missed you very much. I In say s ar er Your daughter,. Lillian I & -1 1 1. Funeral Services Cochran;' brothers, grand-2. Caskets children and great grand11 Beauty Sunn/ies I Cemetery Spaces children. 'YI:' 1 .,. 4. Vaults Announces C'l s. Opening & Closing of Graves FUNIRAU BY: : GRAND. SALE I t"l 6 Headstones to Mark Your Loved Ones G_rave BRYANT & WILLIAMS On Total line Of Hair Care Products. I 7, Life Insurance Ray Williams Funeral Home 1 1 With This Coupon 20% Discount On Total Purchase! I Z For Mor2 Information Co!! 1417 N. Albany Ave. I Located At 1737 E. Hillsborough Ave. Hn.:9:30a.m.-6:30p.m.l 253-3419 CHARLES REL1FORD, Owner "When Understanding (Across From Abnham Chevrolet) LEE & SYLVIA I 626-2332 JsNeededMost" I PH:237-8154 Owners Z ........ .. ...... -.. -... -.. -...... -................... -.. -...... --... .. -.. .. >

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................................................................. ... .............. .... ..... ... I CLASS-FlED ADS-DIAL AD D .EPT ...... __ ,....._"'""'F"""""o"'""'R_R_E_N_T_--11 ; Minority sponsored Parttime Janitorial help, 908 NO. WILLOW ..r. Chamber of Commerce is Immediate Barmaid and Waitress Will HOME FOR SALE (at Cypreu) lilil t G 1 Buy Now Before Repairs u seeking applicants to fiU the ings for males. 253-2539. ram race s P ace. 211 frame; good location, 1 bedroom furnished apt. following positions: ,_. -----1 254-1440. s25 ,000. 985_7349 watet furnished, $195/moitth, Professional Licensed Cosmetologists 1--......,; ____ ......; ____ """'"' 254 3612 1 $100 deposit. Manager, Apt. EXECUTIVE DIIECTOR j 1 -.. with/,vithout following. Full VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR 1------------t 2. 837-4971. ,.... Must have extensive for parttimei-Call684-1540. 111 .. -r ONLY.$1,000 DOWN ; chamber of economic developElectrician to maintain state 2 bedroom block home only 2309 32nd Street ment experience. institutional electrical system. 2 bedroom duplex, I ECON. OMIC & INDUS1'RIAL Service Plumber needed. Mi 4 $18,000 with $1,000 down; $ 751 'Minimum 3 years expenence. Rlmum years expenence. 2720 E 12th Ave To week, $150 security DEVELOPMENT Good references. ny deposit. 932-3077. COORIDINATOR Call 238-4348. Muniz, Broker, 872-9948. Personnel Office & oc Capable of formulating proHillsborough Correctional ANTHONY3 AOSS IATES 3916 E. HANNA for business expansion, BRANCH MANAGERS Institution 2 7 5 11 Unfurnished 2 bedroom rendering technical assistance Commercial and consumer County Road 672 $280; 4204 E. Commanchee and attracting new industry to lending excellent Call 634-5541 Lovely Clair-Mel home, 3/2 furnished 1 bedroom, $200: bay area cities. sal EEO/ AA with family room, many exsecurity deposit required. RESEARCH & TRAINING :J'NMORE PERsONNEL 1------------1 See to appreciate. Call 239-1101. COORDINATOR 873_7726 Mary, 238-1411. t--------..... NOW HIRINGII To conduct economic.f-...... .._----------1 Shrimp Peelers. SPACIOUS 1 bedroom apartment for research on bay area residents Day and nights shift. Good 3/1 in quiet area, none rent, \ month or week. Adults. and opportunities; to forBARMAIDS starting salary excellent qualifying, dowJt payment Includes utilities. 932-2856. 1 mulate an economic and be moves you in. Call Mary Waated, attractive and neat nefits. Apply in person 9-1, 238 1 business education program. Monday thru Friday. Must / 411. HOUSES FOR RENT yo 0ng' laaies. Experience ,; MEMBERSHIP SERVICES prefeiTed but wUI train. Consocial security card. THOMAS (. HILLS (2) 2-bedrooms, living and !:: COoRDINATOR tact Carol Morris, Mon Fri., Singleton SeGfood Co. Construction & Real Estate dining rooms, porches, private : To promote membership 10 2 1 5024 Uceta Road 621-2021 yards; 2401th --AVe., and -' a,m. p.m. on Y 2410-9th A 2 j;iiOl rec.-..tment throughour our 251-3498. Fl. _...J six county bay area. EOE M/F NEW HOME ONLY $39,900 ADMINISTRATIVE Spacious 3 bedroom block Adininistrative Assistant POLICE RECRUITS -TRUCK DR\VERS WANTED home, corner lot, central air, Secretary /bookkeeper The aty of Tampa is lookMust pass \ all DOT re' asking $5,100 under FHA ap-Furnished rQom, w /w carpet, kitchen facilities in room: 1504-23rd St. Oerks. ing for persons, both quirements, have good driving praisal. 7401 Morton. Tony Send resume by ll/10/85 male a-'d female, the and pas employment record. Jr., .. tc,: ages of 21 and 35, who are in. I yr. semi. tractor/trailer ex8729948. Furnished, carpeted effiI c Bay Area Chamber terested in being employed as Aipply in person at, ANTHONY & ASSOCIATES, ciency for near of Commerce Police Recruits. The starting 6901 AriCienon Road, 9 Inc. Hillsborough Ave. & 40th 'g Attn: Clarence White salary is $11,000--Recruits will a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Friday. 237-5011 Street. $200/month, $100 < 5118 N. 56th St. be to folice Officers Equal Opportunity Employer. 1-..;...;._C_L_A_I_R_M_E_L '""c'""IT-Y----1 deposit. Call 621-1772 after Suite 105 at $19,293 annual salary upon ..... _. 7 year old home, Green 5 p.m. Tampa. Fl. 33610 .satisfactorily completing Ridge Estate 3/2 fully t-----......;, ______ ... (813)621-0016 necessary training No exFOR carpeted, and Apartments for rent, nice t' perience needed, but you must refrigerator, new roof, : and clean. 238-3244 or ------------1 be a high school graduate and HIGHLAND PINES $39,000. Good Starter. C&JI 4188-8551. in good physical condition. 4402 E. 22nd Ave. owner p.m., PURCHASING PERSON Apply by l P.M. and testing 3 bedrooms/2 full baths, 238-6205. Johnson Ct. Apts. "2 Needed for modern job will begin : at 2 P.M. on Moncentral heat & air, in-ground l"'!""2b'""e'""d ... "r_,a ... 5711 Troy Ct. shop operation. Must be exday, Wednesday and Friday. concrete pool. FHA/VA. .. 2 and 3 bedroom apart. :S perienced in setting up and POLICE_RECORDS CLERK _ISLAND HARBOUR RE4LTY near town, totally ments, central air & heat, fully mahitaining a workable (T 1 ) 2 renovated. '-' = YP ng -BEAUT.IFUL carpeted, $100 deposit re. a. system suitable for a machine Start at SS\50 an hour. High quired. Move in immediately. i material, castings, hardware, reasonable/general office or homes priced a $28,000 and bedroom/l bath, central heat s:: .shop. raw school graduate and .. We have 2 1 2 bedroom Completely refinished 3 Rent begins January tst. =a outside services mostly milclerical experience, including $44,000. Both \ re neat' and & air, nice yai:ds with trees in 1------------. = spec's Good pay, good work. typing skillsand some ex-well Seffner area. Cozy 2 bedroom apt. for i ing conditionsand good futurt. perience in confidential JAMES BURT, Inc. WALLACE Z. BOWERS rent, $125/month. 248-1442. = for right person. records keeping. Walk-in REALTOR REALTY 'S Send resunre and salary retesting Monday, Wednesday 253-0545 1302 N. Nebraska quirements to: H&S Swanson and Friday, 8:30 to 11:30 229-2376 APT. FOR RENT Buffalo & Florida Tool Company, 9000 68th A.M. 2 GOOD BUYS BUSI,.ESS OPPORJUNITYU 2 large bedrooms, big bath Street, No., Pinellas Park, Fl. CLERK 11 (General) $33,500 Each Boarding Home 1565 1 33 N and kitchen, very c ean; 565. o Phone Calls! Start at $4.75 an hour. High 2008 Gordon St. 3/1 bath. sq. rt: of space; located in R-1 $250/month plus deposit. Call school graduation and some 3018 Sanchez St. 2/1. Nice cominunity with permanent -----------..... general office or clerical exhome in good neighborhoods :variance of ACLF; sleeps 6 t'""9";3 : 3 :1 : 2 : 7 : 9 : 8 =a:.m:.:-9p::":m:.==:-1l WELDING ENGINEER perience. There are ten (10) Call Ruth, and can be expanded. Newly temporary positions available, HANDYMAN. SPECIAL renovated, c/h/a plus wood Welding Engineer approximately 3 months in 3/1 and extra lot, burn ing fireplace. For appt. experienced in in.;. duration. Walk-in testing St., $17,000. Call Ruth, call Dan McNab, 886-5507. dustrial machineand Fri-248-6111. 3/2,c/h/awithinsideutility resistance welding, in-day, 8:30A.M. to ll:Jct A.M. TOM P. MARTINO. Inc. room, close to I-75, schools, duction brazin2 and CLERK TYPIST 111 REALTOR shopping and churches. Start at $5.30 an hour. High $200 DOWN Assume 1Q.25% with $6,000 : furnance Must d 816 5 o sch9ol gr-aduation and own. 5 7. be knowledgeable in reasonable general office or To Buy A Home 2/2 with 2-car garage and resistance welding and clerical experience and the Do you to move l}ecause you carport, large lot with well & brazing theory such as: to type rapidly and ac-are living in an overcrowed home or sprinklers. Owner finance with Tap setting, cycle and curately. Additional training being displaced?. reasonable down or refinance. in business related courses RESIDENTIAL INVESTMENT Call 816-5507. pressure hold times. CORP may be subs tUuted for ex 11 1850 sq. ft. CB home with 2 Testing and inspection perience. Walk .. in testing 237-3911 riverfront lots, split level plan experience desirable. Monday, Wednesday and Fri-c/h/a plus 7 electric zone Must be able to teach day 8:30 to 11:30 A.M. CARVER CITY heaters, 2 patios, much more. others in this field. The City is iilso recruiting 3 bedrooms/2 bath house Selling well below appraisal. Send resume and salary for Engineering Technicians in for sale, family room, central Shown by appt. only! Call h. t t the areas of surveying, conhear & air, alarm sy$tem; inDan McNab 886-5507. ;;... IS ory o: sthlction/inspection and civil tercom, nice neighbfrhood, EXCELLENT BUSINESS Eaton Corporation drafting. convenient to shopping areas, OPPORTUNITY of Florida, Inc. For more information con-FHA/VA Hair Salons in good loca.. -zo74 Whitfield Ave., East cerning qualifications ; please Call Davicf )Jowers tions. Invest in one or all. Call Sarasota, Fl. 34243-9703 contact the EEO Office. City WALLACE Z. BOWERS Dan McNab, 886-5507. t5: Equal Oportunity Employer of Tampa, 306 E. Jackson St., REALTY OMNI REALTY CORP. ( :iJ .... -----=--..... 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-...... ......................... .............................................. A__,.L ..... A t MONEY TALKS! JEFFERSON ST. PRIVATE INVESTORS 1976 OLDS n Efficiency P 1 5155/month; 1 bedroom, 1 and 2 bedroom apts. for 1 bedroom furnished, elecWill consdider any situaNew motor, need hres 5200/month; 2 bedrooms, rent, ale, I&M Apts., 1002 tric, hot water included, tion. Homeowners only. paint; $1,500 as-is. = 5225/month; furnished or unLemon St. $210/monthly or $55/weekly, 963-0565, days. 872-8283. : furnished. Deposit required. J-.-------------1 deposit required. 229-7133 ______ ..._ _________ 2 bedroom apartment and or 251-3610. HOME REPAIRS 273-0886. 1----------....1 furnished r ooms for rent. Call Remodeling Painting HOUSE FOR RENT 237-2808. f 2 bedroom furnished house, Paneling, Floors Windows 3 bed Secti 8 central H/ A, washer/dryer, rooms. on reel2 bedroom unfurnished Doors Screens. V 'll Florida room. Ruiz Subdivipients only. Progress age, apartment, Hyde Park area, "Call Me Last and Save" hH A F f sion; 1st month 8201 Da a ve. or m or-FREE Color TV with 1 year LOUIS BENJAMIN mation call 677-7301. Section 8 lease; FREE Stereo free (904) 576-7229, leave (813)239-1486 message. 1 Radio with 6 month regular L.:==:::.: ________ .J---":':.=::::-::::-:-::-:-:-:::-1 1 bedroom/1 bath, lease. Call: 831-5530 or 2 bedroom apartment for MORTGAGE LOANS I th I d Osit Of NO CREDIT CHECK! Be on the radio within 2 weeks. No experience necessary. American Radio Network is offering an oppor tunity for career-minded peo ple in the field of broadcasting to receive on-air experience. Not a job, not a school. Call 221-FMAM. $160 mon P us ep -251-5154. rent, stove and refrigerator, fice 626-7l3l: home 1---------...... --t located 1821 15th Ave, TONY MUNIZ, Jr. AVON 0 ROOMS FOR RENT Licensed Mtg. Bkr; L k' f o tunity 685-62 4 h d 'th $250/month, deposit $100. oo mg or an PP r Large forms e rooms WI 6304.No Nebraska Ave t fo r 4 bedrooms/2 baths, 3214 Fl 'd For information go to 2509 to earn ex ra money t b W 't burglar bar door, near ora a 237-5011 Xmas? Representatives needed E. Henry, rentouy. on Ave., newly remodeled. I t in your ar1Pa. For more inforas Bathroom and kitchen Great bargains! TV, Radio T GORDON COMMEE 2 bedroom unfurnished apt. ( t ) mation call 685-3227. REALTOR ... "rivileges, $45/week plus ap saze electric dryer, \ In Belmont Hts. Available im1 $15.00 deposit required. c othing and more. 626-7131 or mediately. Children welcome. R 221-0304 or 253-2539. easonable prices!! Call 1973 MERCURY MARQUIS 685-6205 Rent .$175/month. Children Runs great. 237_0523 welcome, Security deposit ........ -..f !J 2 bedrooms 65/week. 209 W. Gladys. 229-8063 or 883-4373. Room and apartment for rent, 316 W. Park Ave. 223-2181. $110. 253-2539 or Washers/Dryers L--.....;._...,... ______ 221-0304. Refrigerators I freezers SPACIOUS Starting At Just. Roo m for single gentleman, 3 bedroom/1 bath, in nice Apt. for rent by week or share kitchen and bath. 2 month. Call 885 4519 neighborhood with fenced $5.00 WANTEDII Back issues of the Sentinel Bulletin, 20C each. Will pick up. 237-8529. :s ::t !!. I week's rent plus deposit. _:..;_ _____ yard, $300/month. Interested, Light Industrial Buildlng call 253-2113, Monday-1st Week!s Rent Free Service = CUSTOM LITED AUTO / TAGS L-------------1. for rent, (2) 25x60 units, 302 Friday, 9-5. 2 bedroom Townhouse in N. Oregon. Call237-4618 Tampa Heights on treezy St., near private and public 1004 22nd Ave. MONEY TO LEND MISCELLANEOUS 238-6461 Made to your order Only $12.95. 6408 N. 50th Street. 623-5218. ; ., = =" schools, rent $250 per month, 3 bedrooms, $325/$200, Install doors, ceiling fans, Loans Up To deposit req 2 u 3ir9 ed 3 5 5 8 0 4 3 Warren deposit, range, refriged., carpeht, security lights, and paneling. $25,000 LOW INTEREST rll' St. Phone 1 ceiling fans, sc_reen pore Low rates. Free estimates. Call 2 No Credit Check MORTGAGES d No pets! 884-55 6. 621-8483. F Clean apartment an ast Service Call Us!. We Can Help! bedrooms for rent; carpeted. ROOMS FOR RENT TOM P. MARTINO ACCURATE MORTGAGE 2502 N. Howard. Ybor City & Fla. Ave. Remodeling, repairs and adINC., REALTOR BROKER Columbus Dr. Areas ditions, all types. Licensed 2018 E. 7th Avenue 14540 N. Florida Avenue. Large 2 bedroom frame Clean,,. comfortable, furContractor. Quali' ty work 248-611 T Call Alan, days 963-0565: Q. = rll $250/month or nished, includes utilities and L-2 3_1_-_3 2 _44_ _______ ....._ ___________ _, nights 963-1956. $75/week. 1802 N. Armenia cooking facilities. 238-3244 or 11 1--------..-----988 8551 Christmas special on a PUBLIC NOTICE f;;.;i;i;:ii;;;.;;;1 Mary .Kily products. See Mrs. HOME LOANS -Q. 3 bedroom house for rent with yard on 22nd A venue; 677-7478. Adults, furnished rooms Marie Whitehurst at 4423 Need for Housing Private money-instant. and apartments, convenient Booker T. Drive, 238-3004 Aulstance Applicants approval-credit not important. location, very. nice. after 3:30 Monday, Dec. Tampa Housing Authori-Fast triendly service! Tampa I 228-9538. 8-20, 1985. Come shop for .1 ty's Conventio!lal Housing call Ted, 238-0149: St. Pete ,... Nice rooms for rent for nice people, utilities paid; $35-$45/week. Call 254-3975 or 961-2458. Program is continuing to ac 11 52--'8598 d I Christmas ca iill- "' 1 and 2 bedroom ap ex, cept applications for eligible ..... ...__..__....;;.-------stove, refrigerator, air, carpet, AT LASTII families for ali bedroom sizes. Open your own beautiful g:' burglar bars. 415 Forest OPEN HOUSE \ We have immediate occupancy shoe store. Ladies or Er Avenue. Very clean. Call for those in need to Two (:hildren. Nationally known 621-4166 after 6 pm. Sun., Dec. 12 Bedroom apartments. brands.: Jordache Bear Nice clean rooms for rent, Visit the completely Y all b Traps ..l, Bandol1'no west 1 MONTH'S FREE REN:r renovated Rooming House at 00 may c or come Y "' for nice clean working 2215 5 th Ave.; completely fur. and pick up an appointment Johansen Evan Picone all utilities paid, $35 $45. 2 bedrooms/1 -bath, $250 ms hed, new bath and kitchen now. Our office is located at USA Pro Keds Child Life Women welcome. Call: deposit moves you in. 1529 Main Street and is Cherokee Giggles and many 254-3975 or 961_2458, 2602-24th St. 93-_2-1337. facilities, refrigerator, ceiling opened Monday throuoh FriAJI fi al' .. fan in every room, central e more. rst qu tty merCozy 2 bedroom apt., Ybor 4 bedroom/11/t bath house heating; planned laundromat day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. exchandise, $15,900 to $19,900; C. $125/ h 1 for rent, Uti-13th Ave., A I' cept holidays. Please bring includes beginning aty, mollt coup e or on premises. pp acattons beorioJ nal copi'es of ba'rth cer. fi 1 a1 f d A k f fenced-in : yrd. Call i h a trammgaxtures-grand opensmg e m e pre erre s or 1 ng accepted from t ose with a tificates, social secun'ty c ards, d Clint, 2Q-1442, weekends 237-0420. !l I (Ute for a Touch of Class. mg promotions an round trip during day; ._,;;;;.;;.._;. __ -+1 ....,!------1 marriage licenses and current air fare for one. Call today! 1 large edroom for PAy YOUR CHRISTMAS income or benefits. Our We _fan have your store open. rent, hot/cold ater. Mature )telephone number is ed in 15 days. PRESTIGE BILLS BEER & WINE man only. 876-3303. 253-0551. FASHIONS, 50.1-329-2362. Earn two ways. Join Avon TAVERN 1,2,3, and 4 bedroom apts now for only $5.()9. Sell in li:==========::t===========i Established clientele, for and houses, some furnished. neighborhood or where you lease, $700/montb. Call Some utilities paid. work. Call Pat, 969-0206. or Monday-Friday, 9-5, or 251_4453, 253-2113. l ___ .....;..._l________ --1 HOLIDAY S"ECIALI Large 1 bedroom concrete 10,000 permanent life proHOUSE FOR RENT block garage apt. Approved tection for only $25.00/yearly. Buffalo & Florida for Section 8 5245/month. For niore information call Mr. 3 bedroom/2 bath nice 20071/2 Lamar. Call Frank at 621-8327. Call clean house, big yard, carpet, 9 6 9 -3849 Now! large living room, utility YBOR CITY ... room; $345/month plus 2 bath apartdeposit. Adults only. Call ment, new paneling and 933-1279 8 a.m.-9 p.m. 1 1 carpets, comp ete y remodel-1913 15th Avenue ed. Section 8 approved. Con-Unfurnished 2 bedroom tact David Bowers: $CASH$ FOR YOUR PROPERTY Even if behind in payments or property needs repairs. house for rent, $49/weekly, WALLACE z. BOWERS RESIDENTIAL INVESTMENT $49 deposit. Days 253.-8871: REALTY CORP. 11 PUBLIC NOTICE HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 1 REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS The Authority is seeking the following services : Finoriciol. Advisor for a Single Family Bond Program Hausin Market Research Study of Hillsborough County. Descriptions of the services ore available by contacting: Vincent R, Lupo, Contract Administrator Housing Finance Authority of Hillsborough County Post Office Box 1110 Tampa, Florida 33601 1-272 Written Proposals must be received by December 27 1985 nights/weekends 253-38'7::1. 22.9-2376 237-3911 .............. J. ...... .. ...... .. .. .... cs :s rll

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.......... .... ............ .............. ............ .. .. ...... Loc ommunity Prepares For UNCF's Dec. 28 Telethon fO') 1'""4 While Lou Rawls is prepar for the national broadcast = of the 1985 "Lou Rawls )1 Parade of Stars,, telethon for the United Negro College Q Fund, preparations are also being made for a local UNCF telethon. This year's live broadcast will be carried by Channel 28 on December 28, from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. This year's goal is to raise $75,000, which will go towards provl9in_g low-cost BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel. Staff Writer quality education for thousands of black youngsters in 43 private, historically black universities and colleges. = < 6 .,:. z ... ... CJ -11! Q.. Office Now Open In Tampa, FL DENTIST-----------I ADULTS AND CHILDREN DR. INGRID 101 N. MOODY Howard & Armenia) i1iu .. Walk-Ins Wed. & Sat. 9-5 Evenings By Appt: "We exceeded out goal last year, so this year's goal has been raised,'' explained Earl Haugabook, Vice Chairman of the Hillsborough County UNCF Campaign. to the committe e members, there are several ways which the community could help reach or exceed that $75,000 mark. Rev. Young Glover and Rev. James Howell have designated Dec. 15 as UNCF Sunday. All churches are ask ed to make a contribution or pledge to "this. worthy cause. Each church may present their contribution or pledge during the special, if it is $200 or greater. Pledges must be 1 1 fulfilled by March 30," they explained. Authorized Dealer For Black Hills Gold CustomizedCasting Seiko Watches "It is appropriate that we come to the churches because the tie between the churches and UNCF goes all the way back to their founding," the pastors of First Baptist Church of College Hill and St. Matthews Baptist Church stated. Robert Scott and Sam Can non are urging people or groups to host 'residential viewing partie s and super viewing parties on the day of the telethon. Scott explained, "We ask that you invite at lea t fifteen people to your home, and ask each of them to make a minimum pledge or contribu tion of $15. Pledges mu st be fulfilled by March 30, 1986." Whatever You Need Classified Has It. Holiday Special! Jewelers 3310 w. Cypress St Phone; (813) 870-0321 DENNIS H BLANCO MANAGER 33% To 50% Off All Stock Angel Skin Coral Pearls Amethyst Cornel ian Lapis Malachite & Ivory Beads 14 And 18 Karat Gold Bracelets Bangles Chains And Earrings All Styles Diamond Solitaire Clusters & Color Stone Rings Tri-Color Sterling Silver: Br.acelets And Necklaces According to Cynthia Perry, Area Director volunteers will be needed work as telephone operators, pledge verifyers, and ushers at Channel 28 on Dec. 28. Training sessions will be held for the volunteers. For more information regarding the telethon, contact Haugabook at TECO 228-4174 ow s your c ance to take advantage of excel;ent real estate values offered by HUD. Important inform.otion must their own chose. financing for all sales. Thes e properties moy contain code Please contact a realtor of your violations. choice to see or bid on _any of the HUD reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any infer. properties listed. PROPERTIES ARE FOR SAlE FOR mality or irregularity in any bids. CASH WITHOUT WARRANTY IN Bids will not be accepted directly THEIR,"AS-15" CONDITION. AND. ARE from a bidder. All bids MUST BE subNOT ELIGIBlE FOR FHA INSURED through a reol estate broker l LOANS. HUD will pay a portion of the closing costs if requested in offer to purLISTING DATE: DECEMBER 6, 1985. TAMPA 093-107892 320727th Ave. 18,000(LBP) 3 / 1 093-201200 5904 Manhattan Ave. S 36,000 3 / 1 093-202988 2504 Yukon St: E 41,800 211 AUBURNDALE 093-186271 221 Nelson Si. 28, 500 2 / 1 LAND O'LAKES 093-206629 320 Penn y Circle 37,500 312 All sealed and identifiable bids on above properties must be date stamped in Tampa HUD office on this offering is 9:00am, December 17, 1985. EXTENDED LISTINGS. Propertie s listed below are available until sold or relisted under 10 day sealed bid peri9d : TAMPA 093-216506 9110 Suffield Court 44,500 312 093-219260 7105 Cove Hill Ct. 66.000 312 12329 Dr 60,000 3 / 2 093 224472 1009 Genessee Street 32,850 211 093-213210 1007 E. North .,ay 28,950(LBP) 3 / 1 093-206034 1223 Ida Street E. 30,200(LBP) 211 093-200315 8116 Klondyke 38 ,500 3 / 2 093-198676 1619 Maple Ave. 37,800 3 / 1 093-194495 4721 Oklahoma Ave. 35,400 3 / l 093-206423 15717 Scrimshaw Dr. 66.200 312 093-202319 10103 Tallwood Court 38,000 3 / 1 093-215627 4405 Stonehedge Rd. 64 000 312 093-211732 1341 Waikiki Way 33,000 3 / 1.5 093-222274 321 West Street 25,0CJ41 2 / 1 093-191764 6412 24th Street 34,700 3 / 1 093-220987 100228th Ave. E. 20,7SO(LB P) 211 BARTOW 093-195595 1195 McAdoo 40,800 3 / 1 LAND O'LAKES 093-206638 287 Penny Circle 37,500 3/2 AUBURNDALE 093-200230 3038 Lantana Circle 37,500 312 AVON PARK 093-222015 2071 Royalton Road, W. 32,000 312 BRANDON 093-199409 2707 Brandon View PI 52,900 3 / 2 : LAKELAND 093-222206 435 Alondra Ct. 49,000 312 093-181910 -31i5 Crutchfield 25,000 211 093-214251 5922 July Street 42,500 3 / 2 422 Oakleaf Drive 110,000 8 / 4 *(THIS IS A QUADRAPLEX, 4-UNITS) 1638 Providence Rd 34,000 4 / 1.5 SEBRING 093-213835 110 Virginia Ave. 26,700 3 / 1 TEMPLE TERRACE 093 216717 4601 Puritan Road 35,000 111 VALRICO 093-214688 3811 Parkside Dr. 62,350 3 / 2 093-201392 316 Silverhill Drive 55,100 3 / 2 WINTER HAVEN 093-204787 1119 Fairfax St., N : E. 35,000 3 / 2 @Hun oOUAL HOUSING DEPARTMENT 0 F HOUSING OPPORTUNITY AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 700 TWIGGS STREET TAMPA FLORIDA 33oUI

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= -i I = .... = = 0 Eo; .... < .-c. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. Editor &: Publisher GWENDOLYN HAYES Managing Editor Account Executive AVELINO CASELLAS RAMOS Production Director CHERYL G. RUSS Production SYBIL ANDREWS WELLS "Kay" Genera) MIUUlger ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Society Editor C. BLYTHE ANDREWS III -Circulation Manager The Florida Sentirzel Staff the Holiday Season \ more than ever our thoughts tum g r atefully to those w ho h.(!:ve made our progrr:ss possible And i n this spin't simp l y but sincerely Best Wis hes for a Merry Christmas 'rfnd Happy New Year MICHAEL REED JOY MITCHELL Production ProducUon RON WATSON SIMON CREAL Photographer Sentinel Artist FRANKODOM Production Sentinel Columnists RUDOLPH HARRIS RANDOLPH KINSEY KATHY EDWARDS SHERNA BLAIR V ALARIE JOHNSON JAMES RANSOM Photographers JAMES McALLISTER REGINAL.p GOOSBY DYCART SMITH (Clean-Up) Guard Officer Merrick Simmons TPD Pressmen Bob Jennings Art Climer

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THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON BY REV. A. LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church The Joyful News Luke 2:8-20 "Ten More Shopping Days Until Christmas!" What a drag. There is so much to do; the food to prepare; the gifts to buy ... and the wrap. And the people you have to endure, all for the sake of Christmas. No doubt, Un cle Bud will be 1n one of his happy moods with a little help from his friends Christmas seems all too "mundane." Perhaps you've felt that way about Christmas before. Maybe you feel that way now. We want to challenge you in today's lesson. If anything, reflections on the coming of Christmas should give one a profound sense of joy, Good news has appeared, and in a world of so much bad it's great to know that God did something that has radically changed the world forever: He sent the Messiah, Jesus, our Saviour. We are not interested in learning about and celebrating Christmas as one of the many celebrations of the year We all know the pagan roots to this kind of activity. No Christmas is Christ and Hiin only. He is the source of our joy and the redeemer of our souls. Now that's something to celebrate. It is interesting to consider the fact that God did not limit the joyful news of Christ's birth to the rich and the powerful. While it is true that wise men with some means later came to visit the Christ, God's first witnesses were people of the common work experience: the shepherds. But God had something special to say to these shepherds who stood watch in the country side of the city of David, just 9 km south of Jerusalem. The angel of the Lord "stood before them," and the glory of the Lord shone around them," and they were terribly frightened." This was a tremendous experience far beyond our imagination or the creative, but fictious images of a "close encounter of a third kind." No wonder the shepherds were frightened at the sight," they sa w .. and perhaps terribly upset by the sound of this event. But again the angfl of the Lord brings comfor-t an assurance to His listeners: Can't be afraid .. .l have good news for all people, he tells them. Notice that already in Luke's gospel, the message of good news is directed to all people, not just the Jews. Today our problem is that we have made the joyful news limited to Gentiles only, and American Gentiles at that. Where is our desire to see the joyful news by everyone on the face of earth? Jewish and Arabi people populate our cities, but we have done little to share the good news of Christ with them. As the angel announced to the shepherds the news of a Saviour, a child wrapped in swaddling clothes, already they could sense the specialness of this moment. Yet quicker than they could think, the heavens lit up with a host of angelic beings praising God and offering peace to men in whom He was pleased. This latter translation is a more accurate sense of the text. As one commentator has noted, God's peace is not of fered to man of good will, but men who will do His will. God is always pleased with people of that kind. Where do you stand in this regard? The shepherds, like Zacharias, had received a sign from the angel of the lord. We don't know how long this litany of praise went on, but right after it was over, the shepherds knew what they had to do. The city was not that far away. One can imagine these shepherds rousing their sleep, they became witnesses for the Christ Child. They made known abroad the events both in the field and in manger. But let's face it, how would you respond to a story like this? Imagine what would have happened it the shepherds had run into a local policeman in our day. They would have, most likely been arrested and sent to the psychiatric ward. Yet this was good news that they h,ad to Sevelia Franklin Sonja Walker and Lisa Hale. -----------------tell. But notice, the shepherds didn't really care how the people responded. They were too busy praising God and rejoicing in the events of the day. Now that's a lesson in self. ., Have you ever stopped to think what Mary thought about all of this? Strange visitors in the night! Angels from God! Imperial decrees! And most astounding, a child from own womb who would be the Saviour of the world! Mary could have become materially rich, using the events which took place in life. She could have demanded huge sums of money peddling her story in a novel, telling how God had used her in a special and unique way But perhaps even then, Mary knew that God had more in store for this little one. Rejoice, brothers and sisters as Christ mas draws closer each day. The Babe in the manger is in deed the Saviour. 248-1921 Louis Roberson and Pethro Peace. FREE TURKEY FREE FRU IT CAKE WITH PURCHASE OF $19995 OR MOREFROM NOW TIL CHRISTMAS SOUTHLAND FURNITURE PEARL FURNITURE 1201 N. FRANKLIN ST. 223-2209 OR 229-2443 > = Q. :::!. I -

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Val's By Valerie Johnson Food Expert ... c-.; ___ ChristMas Cookies And .Desserts---i: One favorite part of preparing for the Christmas Holiday Season is all the baking that is done. Kitchens will soon be filled with the tantilizing smell of fresh-baked cookies and fancy cakes and pies. Baking cookies has always been a holiday treat. There isn't a child or an adult, who can pass by a cookie jar filled with homemade Christmas cookies. Tbey are truly gifts from the heart and kitchen. There are a few hints that are worth knowing that will make your holiday baking easier. It's a very smart idea to read your recipe over carefully, then get all the ingre dients out. Measuring Measure all ingredients accurately. Be sure to use cake flour if recipe calls for it. Beating -Be careful not to overbeat after flour and leavening agent are add ed to the batter. Temperature -Be certain oven has been preheated to correct temperature before putting cakes in to bake. Start preheating the oven when you start mixing How to use-Most recipes call for all-purpose flour. Be certain you sift"it the cake. before measuring. Otherwise you'll end up with too much flour. This Holiday Season treat your family and friends to some good eating. Baking PansBe sure your pans are in good condition. Use aluminum or tin Choose your. favorites or try some of these easy selections here. pans with very shallow sides. Cookies do not brown well when baked in pans Whatever your choice is, it's bound to make a special hol}day memory. with d sides. VAL ,cif{ '. 1 Y2 cups butter or margarine, softened 1 cup granulated sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 4 cups all-purpose flour Heat oven to 375F. In large bowl with mixer at medium speed, beat butter, sugar, eggs and vanilla until floffy. Reduce speed to low ; gradually beat in flour. Fit cookie press with desired design ct,ugh. onto ungreased cooke a._P.ol,iJ 1 mch apart; glaze and/ or decorate as desired. Bake 5 to 8 minutes until lightly browned. Cool on wire racks : Makes about 9 dozen cookies. Pin'rheel Cookies Filling: 2V.. cups pitted dates 1 cup sugar 1 cup water 1 cup chppped walnuts Dough 1 cup shortening gredients and cook until soft. Refrigerate. .. Dough:' In large mixer bowl cream shortening with sugar until light and fluffy Add 2 cups firmly packed light brown sugar eggs one at a time, beating well after each. Blend in dry ingrec!ients. Divide into four sections "' and refrigerate. Roll out thin and spread top. with cooled date mixt}1re. Roll up and refrigerate Slice thin and bake' on greased cookie sheet. 3 eggs, well beaten 4 cups all-purpose flour Y2 teaspoon salt. Y2 teaspoon baking soda Filling: In medium saucepan combine filling inBETTY'S CAFETERIA Would Like To Wish You A Happy Holiday Season ."Many Thanks To All Our Good .. Friends For Your Patronage Throughout The Years." Lemon Cheesecake Squares 1 package (18.25 ounces) lemon-flavor cake mix (not pudding type) Y2 cup butter or margarine 3 large eggs 2 packages (8 ounces each) cream cheese, cut in chunks, at room temperature Y2 cup granulated sugar Y2 teaspoon vanilla 2 teaspoons lemon juice Confectioners' sugar (op tional) Heat oven to 350. Grease and flour a 13x9-inch baking pan. Mix cake mix, bu.tfer .and 1 egg in large bowl etectric mixer until cruml:s11' Press in bottom of prepared pan. Bake 8 minutes; remove from oven. Meanwhile in a medium-size bowl. with elec tric mixer or in food pro cessor beat or process cream cheeslt until smooth and fluf fy. Mix in the remaining 2 eggs, the granulated sugar; vanilla and lemon juice until blended and smooth. Pour C)nto hot crust. Bake 25 minutes longer until top edges are golden brown. Dust with sugar. Cool completely in pan on rack. Cut into squares. Store in refrigerator. Makes 48. Chocolate-Pecan Rum Balls Cream-Cheese Spritzes A cookie press or pas(ry bag gives these their pastry-chef look. 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, cut in chunks, at room temperature 1 cup butter or margarine, cut in chunks, at room temperature 1 cup granulated sugar 1 Y2 teaspoons vanilla 2 cups all-purpose flour For decoration: red and/or green candied cherries. Heat oven to 350. Have cookie sheets ready. In a medium-size bowl or in food beat or process cheese,..sugar and vdnilta until fluffy. Gradually mix in fle)ur until well blend ed. Spoon 1 cup dough at a time into cookie press or pastry bag fitted with a large star. tip Press dough in 2-inch ,wreath shapes 11/2 inches apart on cookie sheet. Gently press a cherry in center of each wreath. Bake 12 to 15 min -utes until edges and bot toms are lightly browned. to .racks to cool. Makes 54. -------Butter-Pecan Crisps 2Y2 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup butter or margarine, at room temperature lightly browned on top. Cool on cookie sheets on rack 5 minutes. Remove to rack to cool. Store in a jar or con tainer with loose-fitting lid. Makes 48. Refrigerator Cookies 1 cup butter or softened 1 cup granulated sugar 1large egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2Y2 cups all-purpose flour 1 Y2 teaspoons baking powder In large bowl with mixer at medium speed, beat butter, sugar,. egg and vanilla unti f!J :!riiall bowl combi flour and baking powder. speed.peat flour m into butter' mixture until well blended. Divide dough in half; shape each half into log of desired shape. Wrap and refrigerate 2 hours until dough is firm enough to slice. Heci( 'c)vel'1 to 350F.' Cut dough into 3/-inch-thick slices; place 1 inch apart on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake 10 to 12 minutes until lightly Cool on wire racks. Makes about 5 doezn cookies. Quick Dessert Hints 1 cup packed light-brown Put a few marshmallows sugar on top of a cake just before 2 large eggs you take it out of the oven, These need no baking. 1 teaspoon vanilla decorate with colored sugaf _1 pound shelled pecans (4 1 Y3 cups pecan halves, ground sprinkles. cups), ground (about 11;4 cups) If you can't find the flour 1 box (8Y2 ounces) chocolate For decoration: 48 pecan sifter try this trick. Put the wafers, crushed into fine halves. flour into a mixing bowl and crumbs Mix flour and baking soda, beat at low speed to aerate it. Y2 cup dark rum (see note) In a large bowl beat butter Then measure what you need. Y3 cup honey and brown sugar with electric Old pill bottles (washed Confectioners' sugar mixer until fluffy. Beat in and cleaned) are just the right Mix pecans, wafer crumbs, eggs one at a time, beating size to cut "doughnut holes" rum and honey in a large well after each addition Beat out of refrigerator biscuits. bowL Chill 20 minutes. Shape in vanilla. Mix in ground Deep fry the holes for special well-rounded measuring tea-pecans with mixer at low treats. spoonfuls into balls. Store speed. Stir in flour mixture For a quickie dessert, slice in cool place or until well blended. Cover and a banana in half and saute it refrigerate. Just before serv-refrigerate several hours or flat side down in a tablespoon r t. 4013 N. 34th St. 239-9862 ing or giving, roll in confecuntil firm. Heat oven to 375. of butter for a few minutes. tioners' sugar. Makes 100. Have cookie sheets ready. Turn it over, sprinkle with Per ball: 46 cal, 1 g pro, Shape level tablespoonfuls chocolate bits and cook for a 3 g car, 3 g fat, 5 mg chol, 0 dough into 11/2 -inch balls. minute longer until chocolate mg sod. Note: You may Place 11/2 inches apart on has melted. Spread chocolate 1"'. MR. & MRS. ROBERT (BETTYJ DOUGLAS substitute V2 cup orange juice cookie sheets. Press a pecan and sprinkle on nuts. Proprieton for the rum; add 1 teaspoon half in center of each baiL 4! JY-. .......... iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ...... .. i; ........ .. ...... ..

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.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. :: .. :: .. :: .. :: ..... :::::1 ; From Val's Kitchen Seed Nut Slices 1 cup butter, softened 1 cup sugar 1egg (Continued From Page 4-B) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Q Roll-Out Cookies V2 teaspoon cinnamon > 1 Y2 cups finely chopped almonds V2 cup poppy seed 2 cups all-purpose flour c 'C = < 3f.t cup butter or margarine softened YJ cup granulated sugar Yolk of 1 large egg 1 V2 teaspoons vanilla extract 2 cups all-purpose flour In medium-size bowl with mixer at medium speed, beat butter, sugar, egg yolk and vanilla until fluffy. Reduce speed to low; gradually beat in flour until well blended. Cover dough; refrigerate 1 hour. Heat oven to 375F Work with one-fourth dough at a time; keep remainder refrigerated. Roll out to 1 / .. -inch thickness between sheets of wax paper; cut into desired shapes; re-roll scraps. Transfer shapes to ungreased cookie sheets; decorate as desired and described in individual recipes. Bake 8 to 10 minutes until edges are lightly Repeat process to shape and bake all dough. Cool on wire racks. Store in air-tight containers. Makes 2 to 4 dozen cookies, depending on size. Fold them, sandwich them, fill them, cut them out! There's no end to what you can do with roll-out cookie dough use your imagination! Reeves Plumbing Co Inc 3818 N. 40TH ST. UNIT D. MICHAEL R REEVES TAMPA, FL 33610 "SANTA'S SPECIAL" Faucet Unstop Droln Water Heaters Gorboge Dlsposols Ice Molrers Line Plumbing Fixtures lt4 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar Cream butter and sugar. Add egg, vanilla and cin namon. Beat 2 to 3 minutes. Add nuts and poppy seed; beat for another minute. Stir in flour and salt gradually. Refrigerate until dough can be handled to into rolls. Make 2 rolls about 2 in. ches in diameter. Roll in i tablespoons sugar. Wrap the rolls in wax paper and refrigerate 2 to 3 hours. Cut into / 4-inch slices. Place on ungreased cookie sheets. Bake in preheated 325F. oven about 20 minutes or until cookies start to brown. Cool on racks. Keep in closed tin. Makes 6 dozen. 248-1921 Joy And Peace Be With You During The Holy Season Of Christmas. WALLACE Z. BOWERS Realty 1302 N. Nebraska 229-2376 CFC025588 For All Your Plumbing N-d CaiiR-v" 238-4348 626-1838 Joy To The World-And To All Our Fn"ends, A Full Share OJ Christmas Peace And Happiness. ;;;' And to all J sincere good wishes A time to count our many blessings and all our friends. Compliments Of: Hair Dazzler' Beauty Salon 2305 E. Hillsborough (East Gate Plaza) 237-8923 We Service Every Hair Under The Sun" COMPLIMENTS OF CITYWIDE FUNERAL DIREC1"0RS Pughsley's 247-3151 Ray Williams 253-3419 Wilson's 248-6125

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' '. -::: ,,1, 16 OZ. REG. OR DIP-LADY LEE oChips1.59 750 ML. MIDULLA r Astr : o spumante -is.og--l 3 PK FAMILY '--r Bounty OTowels -_ 2.27 44 OZ_" DEl MONTE -rJuice ODrinks .. 1:1: 9 A World of Fine Cooking from Kash n' Kany with Seasana 1 Favorites Five Star Meats,, B --- -. seafood Sirloin Tip Roast :; ***** BONELESS London Broil .88LB SUNNYLAND FULLY COOKED SHANK PORTION !BUTT PORTION $1.28 LB) Smoked Ham 1.08LB ***** TENDER JUICY BONELESS **11** LEAN BONELESS FULL CUT Round Steak .. ,. 1.98LB Top Sirloin 3:18 Steak ...... '" ***** BONELESS-LOW. C AL ORI E Sirloin Tip 2 88 Steak ..... ***** ***** ***** RibNDERSTANDING 2 88 ..... LB 2.68 t:;;O b E S HOULDERROUNDBONEC1ENTER9CUT8 Roast ...... '" L8 2:19 Chops ...... ***** ***** r 1-t.B P AK 8 FRES H -LEAN LO IN 3 88 TE' d I Bologna ...... 9 Pork Chops ...... '" en er 010 5 98 SUNNYLANDOLDFASHI O NED(JLB 1 179 ***** -Steak '" --.. Sausage Patties .. 120z USDA GRADE 189 Cornish Hens .... :12 oz farm fresh produce deUI:atessen GOLDEN RIPE Tasty Bananas .21 LB EA 1.89 S WEET TASTY REO Emperor 69LB. r 50C1 ASPIRIN 1 6 ............. 9 r HALF OUNCE EVE DROPS 2 09 Visine............ genencs SOLID FIFlM Green Cabbage :19,8 Cola ....... 69 8 OZ G ENERI C C ORN NACHO OR 69-Tostado Chips ...... 10 OZ SPRAY DEODORANT OR 248 OZ GENERIC r 6 OZ ANTI-PERSPIRANT 2 99 1 29 Right Guard Cranapple Drink r c o o z IINgSTaANtTe Shave 1.09' Whit;NPiates .... .... 97 '-'--------'---------' 8Y KASH N ICAARY All RIGHTS llESfMO NO OU!EIB OR OTHERS lOR RS,.U, PlEASE Ad effective Thursday, December 12 thru Wednesday, December 18, 1985 in Hillsborough Pinellas, Pasco Polk Hardee Marion, Citrus, Hernando and Highlands Counties ..,, EXTRA LEAN & "._,TENDER-ECKRICH Boiled Ham HALFLB 1.78 USDA C HOICE MEDIUM RARE Roast 2 68 Beef HALF '" FRES H FOR T HE HO':IDAVSJARLSBl!RG 2-12 Swiss Cheese HALF'" DEll FRESH Nacho ..... 12 oz 1:19 s..on ...... EnterUining.lo-y thloHoiiU,. _, .,,., from our ... corner dell! : : Ired_ bakery FRES H BAKED t-t9 Dinner Rolls ...... 1 2 .1 ICED HOLIDAY C AKE 2 9 Angel Food .... : 20oz .5 JUST RIGHT F O R SALADS Salad 2 9 9 Shrimp .. La Steaks .... '" 3.29 ......... ,.._... FREE RECIPE AVIILULE IX MEAT IIEPAIITIIIEIIT Be sure to pltk up your recipe lor llde World Holiday Raclpes. as prepared In Ye llde Bell. Hurley-m Tharnes. England. dairy values -I LB SAL TED LANDo LAKES (UNSALTED $ 2 17) I.::._ b Butter r-1 Quarters "'1.82 L Cheese .. 1.79 r 2 LB KRAFT Velveeta ... ....... 3.25 Cheese .. 2.65 frozen food 11 O Z MORTO N REG P" F rozen 86 g Dinners ...... L & Cheese 1.84 6 OZ MINUTE MAIO ..3 5 Limeade ...... : : ,. 12 OZ MINUTE MAIO REG OR PINK 69 Lemonade ........... 8 O Z MORTON -;:,_..,Pot Pies ............. 33 n "-rTy Gift---In..., -----... ..,... .. lnh-STORE HOURS : MONDAY THRU SATURDAY : 8 a m.-10 p m SUNDAY : 9 a .m.-9 p m ...... 'i'' : : > = Q. ..., :::!. > c:'l !"''l 00 !"''l z .................................................................................................................. --.... -. ...................... .1=

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Say Bla.ck .. Caucus Success Hurt By Firings By LARRY A. STILL ner appeareJ in doubt acIn confirming that seven J f by a ?ecessary hired until_ May, 1986, as was NNPA News Service to the report wpich inthe ten pen?d, particularly detnmencase this year,'' the report dicated the CBCF netted over CBCF staff, mcludmg CB'CF tal If the consultants are not WASHINGTON, D : C ''Possibly, an entirely new of individuals will be hired for next year," Congres sional Black Caucus Founda tion officials disclosed in an overview report on the 15th annual legislative weekend last September following confir mation of the recent dismissal of the staff by Rep. Louis Stokes (0-0hio), CBCF chair$600,000 for conducting executive director, Dr. Frank legislative research and Morris, were released with political activity next year. severance pay upon the recomThe report revealed that the weekend program grossed over $1,200 000, with over half the amount used for ex penses. The biggest amount ($190,000) was earned from three fashion shows sponsored by the Congressional spouses, with raised from the dinner, but the annual con{1:1 celebra cert lost money because some S entertainers demanded over mendation of the CBCF board of governors, Stokes said the move was to shift the emphasis to more research. The Foun dation was established in as a separate fund raising organization to support the political activity of the Congressional Black Caucus, founded by 13 black members of Congress in 1971, along with other state, regional and special interest groups of Con -$100,000 in "expenses", of.: = I .5 --= = I 'il = = 00 May your holiday be full of the little things, so precious to us all, that make so special. Mpy it also include our thanks for your trust and understanding. Tom P. Martino Inc., Realtor 2018 E. 7th Ave. 248-6111 ) ...... MERRY CHRISTMAS gressional members. a major, rion-profit research organization it is im :I?eqttive for the .stJcce,ss of the Foundation's fundraisirig efforts that a permanent staff is put in place immediate ly," says the latest CBCF study .. .. 'Everyone hired to perform in a major role this year was a consultant, all of whom officially fini s hed _; with their duties .. a s 'c)[-. November 15 .. .This means that and ex (next I To all of our friends the peace and joy of this beautiful season. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE The Original Bar-B-Que King 2J32 M'aln Street 251-9733 NOW OPEN ON SUNDAYS MR. & MR.S. VIRGIL HENRY, Proprietors And Ciao Our greefings ring out to all our customers. May your hopes all come true. S. AGLIANO & SONS FISH co. WHO[;tSALE-RETAIL FRESH AND FROZEN SEAFOODS 1915 ... 1821 E. SEVENTH AVE. Phone: 248-2187 TAMPA, FLORIDA t5 Attorney Warren H. Dawson

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Whh Season Sparkles Gift-Giving Arid Fun REJOICE r Let us glory in the wonder of Our Saviour's birth. as we share the infinite blessings His message brings : Rev. J. H. Hovvell & Sons Joel H.& Jamel H. BY PATIY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Along with the Christmas cheer and excitement come the complaints that the season is too commercialized. Adver tisers gear up their campaigns right after Halloween in Oc tober. But there are still people who remember that Christmas is about love, and they remember to share that love and happiness with those who are less fortunate. According to Vincent Lopez, Director of the Martin Luther King Complex in West Tampa, the facility will be the center of various activities for both yo ung and old. December 14 The Bay Area Brotherhood Club from Bennetts knows that fresh horseradish makes all the difference. Fresh seafood demands fresh seafood sauce So we put plenty of fresh horse radish in our tangy Bennett s Cocktail Sauce. That's the Bennett's difference. We know that seafood sauce can either be a crown ing touch or a sudden letdown So we make Bennett's Seafood Sauces with ingre dients that are as fresh as your seafood. Real mayonnaise makes the difference in Bennett's Tartar Sauce. And it's loaded with chopped onions and pickles for that extra lively taste. That's another Bennett's exclusive recipe. 15 Save 15 on any Bennett's Sauce. VINCENT LOPEZ MacDill Air Force Base will be giving away toys to the little cines from noon to 2 p.m. at the center located at 2300 N. Oregon Ave. Decembet\ 17 The Helping Hand Day Nursery will be presenting their Christmas play for pre-schoolers, with a ""' ;party following. The event scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. December 19-Lopez and his staff will present a short play (put out by the City's Recreation Department) and the nativity scene for the kids at the center from 5 to 7 p.m. They will lead the children in Christmas Carols, then, accor ding to the director: "We will go into the community singing Christmas Carols right after the play." Also on December 19, the Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA) is sponsoring a toy give-away from 7 to 9 p m December 20The Mar tin Luther King Complex will be giving away toys for pre schoolers from 9 a.m. to noon. "These toys were donated by the Hillsborough County Volunteer Services, in conjunction with. Tampa Marine," Lopez explained. "Four-hundred toys will be given away.'' On that same day, from 7 to 9 p.m., the center will be hosting a Christmas party for pre-teens and teenagers. McDonalds will be catering the affair. December 23-The center will be giving away cosmetic kits filled with make-up and perfume to young ladies in the community, from 4 p.m. until. This, too, was donated by the Hillsborough County Volunteer Services. Lopez and his staff will also give away food boxes, which they hope to have completed by Dec. 23, to needy families. "We have quite a few names of people we know" who needs assistance this Christmas, Lopez said. (Continued On Page 25-8) MEL ABRAMS, M.D. Ear, Nose & Throat Disease Diseases Of The Sinus > = Q. ""' ... = 0 =-

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How To Make The Have A Merry Chiistmas And A Holiday Sounds Special HappyNewYear. ;: : :As we all know, the holidays wouldn't be the holidays without those special Christmas songs which fill the air on the Sounds Well, the holidays are here. That. means many parties and special moments will be shared by everyone. This year, the Sentinel Will give you the hottest dance tunes to record for your party dr special evenings. On Side A of ybur Maxell XLII-S 90, will be your dance tunes Here t?e so?gs to r p co t d for a Jammm party. :> radios, in the malls, and at home. The Sentinel will give you a few suggestions about the hottest stereo equipment = and songs for the holidays. C Equipment 1 A Love Bizzare. ........ Sheila E I For the top-quality 2. Who's Zoomin Who. ... Aretha c sound and affordable 3 The Show .. Doug E. Fresh prices, the compact disc 4 Everybody Dance. TaMara & The Seen "g player is the fastest5 Object Of My Desire. ........ Starpoint < selling electronics 6 Digital Display Ready For The World I'll product in history. The 7 All The Time ...... Eddie Murphy new CD players are cat8. 1 Be Good. .... Rene' & Angela Eching on faster than TV 9. Altce, I Want You Just For Me ... Full Force t sets ever did and even 1 0. This Is For You. ....... The System q uicker than video casset11 The Oak Tree. .... Morris Day = = = I -a:; .5 = te recorders. You no 12 Single Life. ...... Cameo longer have to be an 1 3. Your Personal.T.ouch ...... Evelyn King audio purist to afford the 14 Fall Down (Spmt Of Love) ...... Tramaine true-to-life sound of CD. 1 5. Who Do You Love. ...... Bernard Wri2ht If you are an advocate of o s d sounds, the CD can imn 1 e B, will be two who prefer spending prove even a $300 hi-fi mellow-madness for the the holidays alone: system. Many good 1 Caravan Of Love. Isley/Jasperllsley models now sell for under 2. I Need You. Maurice White $300. The sound on a 3. You Are My Lady ........... Freddie Jackson compact disc is really 4. Don't Say No Tonight .... Eugene Wilde great. Compact disc 5. Secret Lover ......... Atlantic Starr ei requires less care than 6. Freedom. .. Pointer Sisters records, and they don't 7. YourLovelsKing ..................... Sade r.IJ wear out over a period of 8. I've Got Your Image ............. Cameo time. You don't have to 9. I Miss You.. ...... Klymaxx worry about distortion 10. Saving All My Love. .. Whitney Houston from dust, scratches and 11. What Friends Are For ... Dionne & Friends finger smudge. CD 12. Cherish. .... Kool & The Gang recordings are more ex13. Creepin. ...... Luther Vandross pensive than LP records. 14. Say You, Say Me. ........ Lionel Richie Some disc are priced 15. A Broken Heart Can Mend. Alexander 0 'Neal below $10, but the average is closer to $12 or $13. Prices are falling, however, and the average could drop below $10 within a few months. Happy Holidays! .. If you're buying your Commissioner first audio system, you'll Rubin E. probably want to get a CD player instead of a Padgett turntable. If you already have a turntable and e extenb qeartfelt let's hear It for. a Christmas season filled with the sounds of hap plnessl Its been a pleasure serving you. Dr. W. W. Andrews And Staff = records, the question is anb pran that the season's z whether to add a CD s "I "I CENTRAL player and start buying jo\1s he tqis @qristmas. BANK '"" compact disc recordings '
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,.. .... C: ) a r#Oi OJf omen @n'? r Shopping For That Special Gift that may help you along the way, when you want to shower that special someone with a gift or two. The Holidays never seem to come complete with enough time to get things done. Shopping, decorating, entertaining, food prepara tion -they all take longer than planned. Here are a few ideas 0 Pony-shaped massager, $16 Moose-shaped massager, $17 Back stroke body roller i massager, $13 Scotty-shaped massager, $16 These cotton sweaters will see many seasons. We had Boston Traders make them for us alone, in bright colors that go with good times. V -neck vest in stripes of blue, r ed and green on oyster, S,M, L,XL. $47.50 Crewneck pullover in st,ripes of blue, red and green on white. $57.50 lOOOJo cotton Oxford from In dia. Done by Gant with button-down collar, twin patch pockets and a relaxed air. Pack it for points south. In stripes of blue on white or red on tan. S,M,L, XL. $32 50 Lightweight twill keeps our pleated trouser cooler. Cotton with polyester to go without a wrinkle. From Racquet Club in khaki, 30-42. $35 Lint brush s hoe horn and clothes bru sh all in one, $10 IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE MARION JONES .. Owner Specializing in: Superior Beauty Salon 2808 Tampa St. 229-0059 (Corner Tampa & Warren) Curls s35 Perms Haircuts Weaving Hair Coloring And All Other Hair Care Treatment No Appointment Necessary Closed Monday Senior Citizen Tuesday

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rll c Q -.... .c Q = I .. 'C' c < COPING By Dr. Charles W. Faulkner What The Black Woman Should Do As Black unemployment in creases, Black suicide rises proportionately.. A job satisfies many of the of the Black male for in dependence, a sense of self worth, a chance to fulfill his role as the breadwinner, an opportunity to move up the professional ladder and the means to obtain material possessions. The loss of the job can niean emotional as well as financial ruin. Many Black males who are employed suffer a loss of personal adequacy because of the fear they might lose there job. The unsatisfactory posi tion of the Black male in American society increases the burden of the Black female. In addition to saving herself socially and emotionally, she has to save her male compan ion. He transfers his burdens to her. If she refuses to help diffuse his emotional time bomb, it is likely to explode in her face. He will become angrier, disrespectful of her and, even, violent. As sad as it is, she has to confront his pro blems as well as her own if she wants to survive in one emotional piece. What should you do? Stabalize your own life. Understand the enormous negative impact that society has upon the emotional stabili ty of the Black man. Try to develop personal relationships with men whom you would support during good and bad times, and whose success makes you happy. This will make your efforts Expect problems, understand the kinds of problems you should expect. Prepare for them in advance. Realize that the most significant threat to your relationship will be psychological. In addition to satisfying your own ego needs, you are going to have to satisfy your mate's. You must learn how to handle the addi tional burden. RealiZe that the more stable your mate is at the beginning of your relation ship, the more effective will be your efforts to help him. (The reverse is also true). Try to enhance his sense of self worth. Know that the hostility that THE you might feel within you is multiplied a hurtdred-fold in the Black male. He may direct his frustrations at you, especially in stressful situa tions. Deflate stress, inflate ego. Produce in your mate and children a true sense of their importance as human beings regardless of their race. Understand that the major reason for your mates plighttis his skin color. Thus, you must assist him in developing a sense of racial identity. He might think that he is frustrated and unhappy with you when, in fact, his social predicament is the cause of his frustration. You should try as hard as you can to be actively tender, sensitive, expressive, agressive, restrained, loving, passionate, spontaneous and affectiioriately wild. You should try as hard as you can to be actively tender, sen sitive, expressive, aggressive, restrained, loving, passionate, spontaneous and affec tionately wild. Try to be the good wife in spite of your professional responsibilities, and in spite of problems that might occur in your relationship (don't be foolish, however. No one ex pects you to be a punching bag in the relationship. Common sense will tell you when to bail out). Try to avoid conflict even if it means isolating yourself temporarily until an unpleasant mood dissipates. Remember, the pressure of. a seemingly hopeless situation serves to enhance the feeling of inadequacy in every addi tional situation. Direct your mate toward realistic, achieveable goals Help him on his way toward success by formulating small goals, in itially, that he can reach. Then, slowly expand the goals while his confidence grows. Black women have a tradi tion of strength and dedica tion. Your personal power is much greater than ever im agine. Aggressively confront the problem that imposes itself into the lives of every black person in America. Attack it before it (at its most vulnerable place, your own mind) completely destroys you. 713 A S. HOWARD AVENUE OPEN SUN., MON .. THURS .. Fill. 10 AM-6:30PM CLOSED SATURDAY MEN'S 2 PC. JOGGING SUITS ... ................. '1491 MEN'S LA TEST STYLES LEATHER COATS ...... LOW PRICES BOY'S DRESS PANTS & JEANS, SIZES 8-20 ......... s UP MEN'S lATEST STYLES LEATHER LOOK COATS .... '1291 UP MEN'S BAGGY PANTS, SIZES 27-42 ............... '991 UP MEN'S 100% POLYESTER CONTINENTAL & BELT LOOP PANTS 28-60 ........................ '691 UP MEN'S SUITS (36-60) ...................... LOW PRICES MEN'S FANCY DRESS SHIRTS ............... LOW PRICES MEN'S WORK PANTS ................. ............. '691 MEN'S FANCY JEANS .......................... '6'1 UP Facing The Teenage 'Problem RY KATHY EJJWARDS Facts About Cesareans: Cesarean Section the delivery of a baby through in cisions in the abdominal and uterine walls-has been prac ticed for centu,ries. Although legend says that Julius Ceasar was born this way ; the probable source of the : word "caesarean" or "cesarean .. was from the Roman Law of 715 B.C., lex caesarea, which required that abdominal surgery be performed to save the baby of dying or dead mothers. Until the nineteenth cen tury' the death rate for both mother and baby who under went a "C" Section was predictably high. With the ad vent of sterile techniques, im proved operating methods and anesthesia, and the availability of blood and antibiotics the risks of Cesarean surgery were greatly reduced. "C" Sections have become a commonplace procedure in today's obstetrical care. In.. :Cesareans .. public and professional concern is being voiced over whether the rapidly rising "C" Section rate .. with, its accompanying physiCal; psychological, and financial costs is justified. Ac cording to sonie prOfessionals, although some of these operations are clearly justified, ma,ny are not. Since 1973 in. the U.s. the iifi by "C" Section has climbed steadily by over one percen tage p61ht a The predic ted, but not officially con firmed 1978 rate is 13.9 per cent, which is nearly three times the 1968 rate. Similar in creases have occured in Canada. A recent survey of 12 teaching hospitills in Canada showed an average rate of 14.3 percent in 1976. Great variations among hospitals can be seen, however, and in many the rate is over 20 per cent. Among individual physicians_, rates also vary Child's Self-Esteem Called Key To Inner Strength l!P is hard let him get away with doing but. m a society where harmful things if they really brams and are tove him,". the psychologist frequently children can thmk points out. they're unworthy and put Keep an eye on the themselv.es down. classroom to make sqre your Psychologist James efforts at building self-esteem says there are strategies by are reinforced not which a parent can instill concounteracted. If deed be, fidence and self-worth -even secure tutors change teachers in boys and girls who are or even under siege by peers. Finally, hard as it Dobson outlines _key sometimes is, avoid overmethods for helping your protecting your youngster. "A youngsters trust child should be encouraged to Make sure your children progress on an orderly know you value and respect timetable, at the level of careful not. to respo!lsibitity appropriate for cntlcize m front of them and his age," Dobson note. do take time to play and talk Failure to allow for this with them. weans the youngster Teach them a no-knock will steamroll into adolescence policy. Ctiildren who feel they unprepared for the freedom don't measure up for some and responsibility that age rereason will admit it freely. greatly. Factors such as age, medical training, personal at titudes, habit, location, style of practices, availability of facilities and personnel, finan cial incentives, and con venience in terms of time ex pended, are involved. Composition of practice is another factor. For example, in 1977 and 1978 "C" Section rates in the U.S. for physicians who practiced primarily gynecology were much than for physicians who ticed primarily obstetrics. Risks And Cost Of Cesarean Delivery: "C" SeCtion delivery entails increased maternal risks in cluding pain and com plications associated with major surgery, lengthy post surgical disability, maternal psychological disturbances, and interruption of mother infant and father-infant at tachment. Complications after include hemorrage and fection may occur in near one half of Cesarean mothers. In addition, women who have had one "C" Section will be exposed again to these poten tial risks if they have another baby because of the widespread policy of routine repeat "C" Section. Maternal death, associated wifh "C" Section delivery is significantly greater than with vaginal delivery. It should be noted however, that some of these deaths may not have been directly caused by the "C" Section but some other associated procedure. Frequently, a timely "C" Sec tion can save the life of a newborn. A "C" Section in the U.S. in 1979 cost about thr:ee times more than a vaginal delivery, ranging from $2,000 to $3,000. The hospital stay for a "C" Section averages 7 day about double that for a vaginal birth, and it is longer for a woman under 15 or over 30 years old. All information taken the International Childbirth Association. "I'm dumb" or "I know I'm stupid" are common com ments. "If you put your feeiings into words, they become solidified as fact in your own mind," Dobson cau tions. 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, .. CHRISTM We wish all the fine people in our community a very hapm:r holiday. GRAND ASSEMBLY OF LILY WHITE SECURITY BENEFIT ASSOC., INC. j : 1 ') l ,. ,,: r 1 I 6 THE LILY WJ(ITE SECURITY BENEFIT ASSOCIATION AND THE LONGSHOREMEN UNION NO. 1402 ARE SPONSORS OF THE TAMPA PARK APARTMENTS. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Grand Preident Mrs Pearl Washington Vice Grand President Louis Richards Vice Grand Prel.ident David King Vice Grand Mrs. Larena Allen Director 01 Lily White Cou.acJls Mrs. Elnora Hemby Colonel 01 Unilorm Rank GRAND BANKERS !Mr-S.'AmeliaLowe Mrs. Marilie Blue GRAND TRUSTEES Mrs. Elizabeth Curry Grand Trecuurer <" "'-- .. : .. i)r-, A v.:ii: Mrs Mary Bunche Grand Secretary Mrs Selma Smith Grand Secretary Emeritus Mrs. Alma Purify Grand Recorder Noah Hunter Grand Mrs. Ethel M Broadnax State Junior Director Mrs. Pearl Washington State Pres; Of Royal Court Dept. "'!/Jr. w };. W :AndrEI!"f,S Dr. David Smith ; .-, A ; GRAND AUDITOR EssielPurily -JUNIOR DEPARTMENT Mrs Ethel M : BroadnQJf Director .. .,. Mrs. Fut.Ant. -To.State Du. LILY WHITE COUNCILS Mrs Larena C. Allen Director Mrs. J. B. Andi ews Treasurer Mrs. Annie Mcintosh Secretary BOAIID OF EDUCATION Mrs Nancy Andrews Mrs. Gloria Andrews GRAND MARSHALS Hatley McDonald Robert Morgan DEPUTY'S COUNCIL Mrs Viola Peterson President DISTRICT DEPUTIES Mrs. Elizabeth Curry Mrs. Maude Fowler Mrs. Lucille Webster Mrs Eura Lee Adams Mrs. Ethel Alford Mrs David King Mrs. Arthur Lee Shipp Mrs. Josephine King Mrs Pearl Washington Mrs. Willie Mae Hart Mrs. Larena C. Allen Mrs Nena M Burton Mrs Ida Mae Evans Mrs Elizc Johnson Mrs. Jessie Miller Mrs. Agnes Hall Mrs. Estella Smith Mrs. Barbara Peterson Mrs. Evelyn Canady Mrs. Susie Jonathan Brown Mrs. Ida Gary Mrs. Nora K Boston Mrs Susie Becldon Mrs. Duval D. Worthen Lonnie Dean Mrs. Jessie Giles Perall L Keys STATE DEPUTIES Rev. 0. H. Houston Urey Burrell Mrs. Rosa Lee Harvey Mr Clifford Allen Mrs. Lottie P. Williams i i i i

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! Toy Giveaway Annual Project Of Organization -f!S BY GWEN HAYES children ages 7-12 years old. The annual toy giveaway will be held Dec. 19 at the Martin Luther King Center, 23bo N. Oregon at 6 p.m. Chieves said the approximately three-hour party will consist of storytelling, corifests, refreshments, and possibly visits from some professional athletes, whjch always = Sentinel Managing Editor We aU believe that the Q celebration of Christmas is for children, but if we just think > about it seriously, Christmas is for all of us. That's because ; we are celebrating the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus c I .. "CC = < Cll ;: Christ. Children are taught meaning at an early age, yet they look to get some kind of toy for Christmas, even though sometimes that toy is nearly gone the day after Christmas. To help make some of the unfortunate kids happy on Christmas, the Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA) has made the ChristmaS Toy Giveaway their annual project. This is the fifth annual toy giveawy for the group. Barbara Chieves, who is chairing this year's project, said the main event hosted by the organization to purchase toys for the Toy Giveaway is the Halloween Costume Party. This year's party was dampen ed by the heavy rains from Hurricane Kate and tornado warnings. Therefore, the public's participation was not what the organization had anticipated. However, the group still plans to make Christmas a lit tle more happier for some 75 been a treat for the kids. W!ty has this organization of yourfg professionals taken on such a task, instead of us ing those special effort funds for their own party? "We as adults have passed that stage, but we know how important it is to children to have at least one toy," Ms.Chieves stated : "This is our way of giving back to the community through the youth of the community." Through the assistance of managers in the public hous ing projects, the committee has been able to identify those youths who would benefit from the toy giveaway pro gram. "They have been a great deal of assistance to making sure we have enough kids to make our party for them a suc cess." Working with Ms. Chieves on the committee have Roger Collins, Robin McGill, Sandra Wright and the organization;s board of direc tors. Christmas Greetings From Pugh 's:.fwd Salon '." MONICA SHEALS Come And-?Meet Our New Addition Owners,._ ZENOLA DAVIS HATTJE : : _: CONSUELLA 1'EATH CHERYL BYRD W Specializing In Total Hair Care Na_il Care-Sculptured Nails And HAPPY HOLIDA YS Location: 1..50) E. BuHalo May natural goodness of the season fill you with health and happiness. Our abundant AloeHea Aloe Vera Products Packaging & Shipping For Xmas By UPS& BLX WeJght Reduction Program. 2269 f. Hillsborough 237-1575 fast Gote Shopping Ctr. Tampa, Florida 33610 Best Wishes For A Blessed Holiday Season! Attorney Ricky E. Williams 400 E. BuHalo Ave. 237-1659 .1 ... : .... '"-.. \ -and 10ay you enjoy the -.d of to graeious friends. "!' : ', '2301 f. Hillsborough Ave. 238-0351 406 w. Columbus Drive 229-7905 ,\'t' "' ( Jt'<' fl ( Jn Sundays I l 5 J>. ,'vt. 7450 Palm River Road 626-1404 Palm River Plaza

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lil;;j = lil;;j u BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Christmas is the season to be happy, but for some people that isn't as easy as it sounds. Q person who has lost a family ;: member or friend in death, 'one who lives alone, or so, = 0 :a -= 0 = meone suffering from economic hardships might not have the desire or the spirit to celebrate Christmas. According to Mary Agresti, Clinical Supervisor at the Hillsborough County Crisis Center, ''There are problems and an inability to cope all year, especially for the very lonely and the homebound elderly. But these problems are magnified over the holidays." Here are some tips which could turn those blahs around. For those therecent loss of a loved one, Agresti advises: "Don't fool yourselves by trying to keep a brave front. It only prolongs the grief process, which is a natural process. Express your feelings, neVer hide them." For those separated from 1 their loved ones by death for many years, Agresti stated: -.. "Do something to commemorate the person that died. "Visit the cemetary," she suggested, "light a candle, :l have a mass said in their = memory if you are Catholic or E--4 do some religious ritual, plant t' a tree, or make a contribution some cause in that person's memory." According to Agresti, "If alone, they should decorate anyway be cause they are worth it. They're in the driver's seat of their life. "Possibly see if there is a friend, or another lonely per-son to share the responsibility with ()f making Christmas whatever it is," she added. "If you don't have a family, create a family," Agresti emphasized. "Volunteer dbn 't be afraid to reach out and give. Atten<;t church, a lot of churches ftlhclion to a large degree as an extended family." And for those experiencing economic hardships, "espe ciafty if they recently lost a job", Agresti states; "They begin making assumptions on how better off the others are.'' But according to the clinical supervisor, "The others running around like chiCkens with their heads cut off, doing this (shopping for gifts) out of a sense of obligation, feeling no joy, and resenting the fact that they have to do what is. ex pected of them. They are totally exhausted by the time Christmas comes. "Christmas has become commercialized," she con tinued. "That is not good for the people who have, and who don't have. Both groups still experience many of the same feeling such as resentfulness and bitterness. Christmas can be just as bad, and just as much of a wipe out." Agresti pointed Qut, "Peo ple say how awful" for the unemployed at Chr:stmas, but it can provide the opportunity to "get back to basics. "Go back to what Christmas represents spiritual Have quiet moments alone, even if you do no more than sit in church," she suggested. "Christmas time is a spiritual celebration and we all have spiritual needs." Agresti encourages peopie to reach out for help if they need it during this holiday season by calling the crisis hotline, and attending their Alcoholics Anonymous or drug rehabilitation groups. She stated that there is nothing wrong with reaching out for help. CIS Christmas May-you Be Blessed With The Heavenly Spirit Of This Wonderful _Season. In the spirit of the season we send our very best wi$hes to friends and customers. COLUMBIA BANK OF TAMPA Me!mber F.D.I. C. 7th Avenue at 21st St. & 21st St. At Ada.mo Drive Ta1npa, Florida 33605 J

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The Volunteer Christmas Merrier Center Will For 2,000 Make Families ngs = The E x ecutive Director of BY GWEN HAYES the Volunteer Center of Sentinel Managing Editor Hillsborough County is a perQ sistent woman. Because of than a year. "I like doing that, more than 2,000 families things for other people," she will have a merrier Christmas stated. So much so until she Q this year through the center's took a $45,000 cut in pay to ; Christmas Bureau. become the.i center's director For those who are not She was director of the Dept. fainiliar with the Volunteer of Natural Science and Center ; its overall purpose is Technology in Washington, to provide a central organizaD. C. and handled a budget of tion for the development and more than $3 million. coordination of volunteer ac"When I left that job to tivities within Hillsborough move here, I decided I'd just County and to act as a clearstay home and raise our inghouse by matching daughter," the energetic volunteers with human serwoman said. She and her bus vices agencies that need their band, Dr Israel Tribble, services. The center has some have a daughter Aiyisha 4,000 volunteers who assist Natayle, 2. "After about six more than 160 non-profit months, I became bored with organizations that and saw the advertisement Mrs. Tribble has been with for this position. I applied, fll the center as director for less was accepted and didn't = -= = "CC = < fll = t> "CC -= fll = == = = I = = 00 think to ask about the salary : When I found out what it was, I decided not to take a salary just a stipend enough te send our daughter to school." With the spirit of Christmas in the air, Mrs. Tribble is also in: the spirit of Christmas as she makes preparation for the distribution of some 20,000 new and nearly new toys. Last year the Christmas Bureau served 700 families and issued 8,000 toys, but it's that she intends to triple those figures this year "These won t be just junk toys, either," she said. "There are Care Bears, Star Wars characters, all kinds of baby dolls you name it and we have it. We. want to make sure every kid has at least one toy,'' she stated, through the Toys for l'ots program another of the center's projects in con junction with the Marine Reserve Corp. Right now Mrs. Tribble, a native of Tuscaloosa, AL is putting all her energies in pushing the upcoming World's Largest Office Party that will be next Wednesday, Dec. 18, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The time \s 4:30-10 p. m. and admission is a new toy or $2. The event will benefit the Christmas Bureau and the National Committee on Adop tion Toys for Adoptable Kids (Continued On Page l.J-B) SERVING TAMPA FOR 54 YEARS. BeAt wtdMd b :. :..:_.-. -Alvarez Cleaners & Laundry 951 E. Broadvvay

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The Volunteer Center Will Make Christmas Merrier than the Christmas Bureau. san Jose State University, (Continued From-Page 22-8) Campaign. The party is co sponsored with WZNE-98, Robiconti's Music Co. and Paragon Music. She invites total community participation and is in hopes of getting around $14,000 from the toy party. 1 hat festive holiday spirit Is In the alrl With hearts. filled with excitement, we say Merry Christmas and thanks. Instead of issuing food baskets, Mrs. Tribble said the center has learned that it's more feasible to give food cer tificates so that families can purchase the items they need to prepare the Christmas meal. Some $10,000 in food cer tificates have already'' been Go Greyhound:. T h ere are lots of reasons why Greyhound takes the trouble out of travel. Like the convenien ce of worry-free traveling. When you go Greyhound, you travel safely without the hassles a nd problems of driving yourself. Greyhound a lso has convenient schedules to over 14,000 locations across the contin ental United States. We go to more places than anyone else. And at great low fares. Worry-free traveling, low fares, convenient schedules and lots of destinations. They all add up to make going Greyh ound no troub l e at all. So call Greyhound for more information on schedules and fares. GREYHOUND !!:1 And leave the driving to us. purchased. In addition to what the bureau is doing, 600 more families will be served because of her association with Blinder and Robinson, a national stock firm that services grocery store chains. These food items will be distributed through the Divine Provident Food Bank. Mrs. Tribble does not have masters from Brown Universi0 much spare time, but she ty and is one course shy of obmanages to spend at least a taining an international and couple of hours with her corporate law degree from 0 daughter each evening. Harvard University. She also "That's an intimate and imhas her own consulting firm portant part of our relationVant and Assoc., Inc. ship," she said of she and her which she's involved in on the husband "And it's important weekends. to the child." She and her hus;:: jv1rs. Tribble is pleased with th t cooperation she gets from vofun:t.eers : She adds that there are a number of functions housed under the center, other band enjoy cooking, "and we like to open our home and socialize with people when we can." She received her undergraduate degree from FREE GLASSES Paid For Medicaid Call: May TheLotd 'B?ess And Keep You. Dr. L.A. Martinez Optometrist 876-6085 Have A Safe & Happy Holiday Season! r .-AUTO INSUifANCE UPTO 2$% Sincerely Primary Care Nursing Services Specializing In: Home Health Care & Private Duty Services. 875-3401 Or DISCOUNT "Come Where Service Has Been Our Policy For 30 Yrs." A. F. Kilbride Ins. 4.501 Nebraska 238 Electronic Radio And TV. 3009 Barceiona St. Tampa "Serving Tampa Since 1947" Wishing All The Readers Of The Florida Sentinel Happy Holidays And Happy Birthday To The Florida Sentinel "We Appreciate Your Business" TV VCR SALES & SERVICE MICROWAVE OVENS 837-2101 837-1143 1JJ l'D = ; !!.. I = = l'D ; -= = r::1' C'll =l'D Q.

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................................ Christmas Christmas Pets May Cause Regrets s Merry Xmas & A Happy New Year! Esperanza's Beauty 4613 E. 24th Ave. 623-3236 IN HIGHLAND PINES New Hrs. for Xmas ONLY. CURLS '40 RELAXER PRESS 'N CURL '9 RETOUCH CUTSCHILDREN'4 WASH & SET CUTSADULTS'650 WITH COND. '10 MON. -FRI. 9 :00A.M.-9:00P. M SAT. -8:00A.M. II : 00 P M SUN I : 00 P .M.7 : 00 P '!)_;. Thanks To All M_y Wonderful Customers. (Continued From Page 9-B) ?! The Hillsborough County the year-is not the ideal time ""Others in the community are Department of Animal Confor a pet's transition. o asked to donate canned goods. trol and the Humane Society New pets need time and at_ : can be contacted at tbe of Tampa Bay are urging tention as they adjust to a new Q 254-8101 or 253-5766. Hillsborough County residents household. Extra care and 3: "We will be glad to pick up not to purchase or give live training are needed when a pet any undamaged and sealed animals as gifts during the is introduced to its new sur::= items for the boxes," Lopez holiday season roundings. explained. Or people can drop Pets are not toys and In order to avoid impulse their donations off at the generally should not be adoptions, botH animal facility on N. Oregon Ave selected for another individual shelter s will disrupt their pet "I would like for the comto care for, the agencies ex-adoption service prior to ':tllunity focooperate Their plain Pets need responsible Christmas Animal Control donations will be taken owners When people given will not offer the adoption s er anonymously if desired," he pets as gifts are unprepared vice December 20th through explained. long as we can for the responsibilities of pet December 25th and The provide, that is the key." ownership, pets can suffer Humane Society will also The toy and cosmetic kit neglect, abuse, abandonment, disrupt adoptions December give-aways will be on a first and end up at the shelters 21st through December 25th. come, first served basis. The Christmas holiday The shelters encourage pro -Helen Long and her season-the busiest season of spective adopters to visit after at St Peter Claver the Christmas ru sh is over, Cathoiic School will be presenting a Christmas Assembly and select a \ pet that will be on Tuesday, Dec. 17, beginhappy living with your family t 1 forever. .,, nmga p.m. if = :r I = :. ;:;:r > = Cl. lo!Pl ::::! I = Cl =-Cl. ::. Cl = [IJ

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..c: = I TALLAHASSEE, FL "After a man takes care of his family's needs, among the next priority of investments he makes, I believe he should support the learning institu tion that helped him to develop professionally,'' says Florida A&M University alumnus Hansel "Tootie" Tookes. Tookes, who served his alma mater as football coach and athletic director for 40 years until his retirement in 1983, backed up his commitment to th't philosophy recently by presenting a Centennial Campaign pledge of $20,000 to FAMU Presi dent Frederick S. Humphries. And, although he officially has retired, it isn't very noticeable; he still works half time for the F AMU Athletic Department --:and volunteers his time the other half. The words "commitment" and 'building" and "invest. ment" play a large role iri:-his talks. ... "I believe Tookes says, ''that the more one works to enhance one's employer, the more it helps the employee. It is the only way you can invest your time during your early years and be certain to receive lifelong returns. I am a living exaniple ofthis." Tookes sees his $20,.poo con tribution as than a sonal pledge. He hopes it will serve as a challenge to everyone who believes in, or benefits from, FAMU's ex istence. "If you believe in your job, show that belief: support it, make it stronger. And if you believe in the future of America, and the contribu tions to be made by the students that enter FAMU's -h@s. show that belief: make it stronger. "As an investment," Tookes concludes, "educati'on is the surest stock on the market." Pierce Jr. High FAMU alumnus, Hansel "Tootie" Tookes (left) presents Florida A & M University President Frederick an appropriately oversized Centennial Campaign pledge card made out for $20,000. The National Junior honor Society of Pierce Junior High has elected its officers for the 1985-86 school year are as follow: President Debra Garcia; Vice Pres. of Programs: The World Of Nature-. Jonathan Cagle; Vice Presi- A cheetah can accelerate than an automobile. It can from 0 to 45 miles an hoi'JF-' m two seconds and can attain a maximum speed of about 70 miles per hour. A frigate bird can fly as fast as 260 miles per hour. The fastest fish in the sea is the swordfish_,_ It can swim at 68 miles per hour. Man's best speed in the water I s about 4 miles per popotamus and crocodile are dent Service: Charlotte Brit faster than people. (Every year tain; Vice President Projects: in Africa, more people are killHolsapple; Vice ed by crocodiles than by President Publicity: Kathy lions.) Jpnes; Recording Secretary: A mole can dig a tunnel Sur':et Nichols; 300 feet long in one night. ding Secretary: Randy Her A giraffe can outrun a nandez; Treasurer:::: J horse. Deroche; Asst. Treas : : Pilar A bottle nosed whale can P i neiro; Historian: Greg Alex dive to a depth of 300 feet in 2 ander; and Parliamentarian: minutes. Felicia Brantley. Male monkeys often Several Faculty members become bald, just as many serve as advisors and spon The snail is the slowest men do. sois: They are Mrs J. land animal, moving at less An elephant eat 590 tfayward, Mrs. Beverly Parks, than 2 feet per hour. pounds of gra s s per : day i Mt.s. L Carson\, M r P Man is not fast afoot. An drink as much as 60 gallons of ti, Mrs. P Mandish, Mr. F. water. DiMarco Mrs. B > Seytn.O UfiJ;,, elephant can outrun a person Administrative Advisors are easl .ly and even the ht'p Cats can_.not taste sweet. -. _....;..;..' ---....... -------Mr ; A. Smith i Principlll' ; 'and : Turn On The Sun Dr. c. A. Smedberg, Peanr The winners of the Careet. t\ An old fable tells of a conOn the other harid, kindPoster/Poetry Contest are as test of strength between the ness, interest, smiles, selffollows: Poster Contest win North Wind and the Sun. confidence, cheerfulness and ners: 1st William Alvoradiaz, The North Wind boasted praise are cultivated habits 2nd Bas Ngo, 3rd Melinda that it was more powerful than that make others warm to us. Norsworthy. Honorable men the Sun and could strip a man Try it out today. Look for tion Glen Hernandez, Greg of his coat by blowing at him. what you can find to praise in-Aterson, Aubrey Estes, The cold North Wind then stead of criticize in others. Try Phuong Ly, Shawn Quinn, blew and blew, but the man paying ihree honest comAngel Gonzalez, Due Bui, just held his coat tighter about pliments to three different Elizabeth Ortega. him. people each day Like Scouts, Poetry Contest Winners: 1st Then the Sun's turn came, do something for someone. Bobby Alonso, 2nd Chris and sunlight beamed down. Remove the "I" from your Chiles, 3rd Honeybun Ross. Looking up, the man smiles, conversation, and in its place Honorable mention awards and becoming warm, imput "You." went to Darlene Embrey, "' mediately removed his coat. It always pays to "turn on Susan Cuesta, Glen The fable has a real life the sun." strom, Survet Nichols, parallel. Forceful measures r-------------; Christine Andrykovich, like boasting, bossing, sar. Whatever You Michele Taylor, Beth Ciuzio. casm, ridicule and criticism Need The top winners from Pierce Free From Harm If only I could see what you want me to be, Then I could know which way I should go. I need t6 know because then it will show, Not merely in my smile, but in my style. Being humble and watching out that you stumble Moving quietly and being polite could be the tributes, Which make you move each day and night. Watch out that you don't cause a fight, Now-that wouldn't be right! Strive for the perfection, if only in a reflection In the eyes of some disguise .. So stop and realize, that it's not in your hands And follow the plan which enables you to underThe truth in faith which also keeps safe. Fre e from harm! Free from harm! VINCENT E. McCOY EI.ENCANTO CLEANERS 181815th Street 248-39 (Corner 8th Ave.) Tampa, Florida are chilling qualities that repel Will be entered in the County ................. ................ ,. -. -' "' ..... -._

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I (I) = Q -"CC .c Q = I j ,IJ Entertainm ent Kid r Some one should fill in the different worc;ls for young children. 39. Insect that makes honey. 40. Devour (We will _at 6:30.) 41. Same as #3 across. DOWN 1. Started (Classes _at 9:30.) 2. Always (I will love you for __ ) 3. Conjunction (Either, __ .) 4. Close at hand (Stand __ me.) 5. Organ ofsight. 6. Diversity (I like to __ my activity.) 1: Too (I am __ a libre.) 9. Everlasting (Rome, the __ city.) 10. Part of be (Where __ my pen?) 12. Opposite of love. 13. Length times width equals __ .) 16. Plural of this. 18. Same as #3 down. 20. Chart (We use a road __ .) ACROSS 21. Fiber food (Wheat 21. For this reason (I __ is good food.) sing--I'm happy.) 1. Exist (To __ 23. As stated (Is 22. 12:00 p.m. or not to __ .) that __ ?) 25. Sport (We went to 3. To see and note. 24. Opposite of short. the football __ .) rll 8. All ( __ body 26. A fruit (An __ 26. Near (I be was gone.) a day will keep the home.) E-10. Sick (Mother is --' doctor away.) 27. Way of doing something 11. Obtain a 28. Small social insect. (I have a __ ;) TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL PREVIEW larger bat: ) 31. Title (What is the 29. Home for birds. 12. To receive sound. __ of that song?) 30. Questioned (I--Rev. Leon Sullivan (above), Founder and Chariman of OICs 14. Part of to be 33 Th f t (PI I) a question?) of America, will announce on TONY BROWN'S "CC ree ee ura 32. Same as #7 down. (Where __ the others?) 34. Employ ( __ your that he is giving his "Sullivan principles" two more years to : 15. Cereal grain (__ black pen.) 33. Belonging to you work in South Africa. He details the next move if a "peaceful :C whiskey). 37. Material studied (We (This is--cap.) change" during that period. Americ'a's longest16. In the direction of. will be tested on 35. Small ocean running and 1 top.ra. nked Black-Affairs television series has c 17. Take it easy (Let's __ .) 36 __ .) been sponsored by Pepsi-Cola Company for ten consecutive stop to __ .) 38. Places to sit (All arne as across. years. Televised on public television (PBS), the program will be i 18. Above (The cat is of you get in 39. Same as #1 across. seen in this area on WEDU-3 at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 15, "a __ on the car.) (See Answers 01! Page 30-B) and on WUSF-16 at 6:30p.m. = Migrant Workers Gospel Drama Airs On WMNF = CIJ The Migrant Workers Theatre of the People will resume its weekly broadcasts of radio gospel drama beginn ing Sunday, December 15th between 9 and 10:30 a.m. on WMNF-88.5 FM The exciting new radio theatre series was introduced during the summer by former \}'MNF Program Dire ctor Ronald Brookins and co producer Donald Brookins, hosts of the popular bl;lck af fairs program, "Soul Perspec tives. The gospel drama series is one of five black issues segments which will be produced for the newly revamped 90-minute time slot now titled, "Community ALTHEA ENGLAND says England. "We explore drug buse, child abuse, domestic conflict, im migration and social adjust ment the kinds of problems that people face when they get up in the morning." "The love of Jesu s Christ is an active, aggressive love. It i s non-denominational and non judgmental. Wherever there are social needs, the Christian body of believers should be the first to meet them." Sunday's drama, "Voice of Many Rivers" deals with pre judice and racist attitudes shown towards West Indians who move to America "Com munity Speaks'' is aired every Sunday from 9 to 10:30 p.m. on WMNF, 88.5 FM. Speaks." TAMPA BAY BUILDERS Written by ensemble director Althea England, the focus STATE CERTJFIED-CLASS A of gospel radio theatre will be GENERAL CONTRACTORS c.? Christian action and comLICENSED_ INSURED_ BONDED munity service through drama: TV STAR GUESTS WITH BOB HOPE_ Emmanuel Lewis "Our message addresses the New Home Construction Z (TV's "Webster'') will be guest with Bob Hope on NBC-TV's common realities of human Room Additions "The Bob Hope Christmas Show," Sunday, Dec. 15 (9-10 Remodel & Repair ... President f-4 p.m. NYT). Hope and Lewis met during a recent telethon and fll / did a rousing dance routine. Also appearing with Hope on his 251-2585 ..;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;.a&liOiOii5iWa.iiPilaiititiSitl.ii'.iliaiimiiipl aii, .ifilli3ii316iiii0ii6a

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....................................... ; '227' Star Marla Gibbs Praises Episode of 'Miami Vice' s > Largely Black Writin Staff Forwarded Reputation of Actress n MARLA WITH TERM WRITERS -Marla Gibbs, star of NBCTV's "227, "poses with the writing staff of which she his so proud: (top row, from left) Fred Johnson, Vida Spears, Richard Vaczy, Tracy Gamble Bobby Crawford; (bottom row, from left) Gibbs and Sara Fin ney. 227 is telecast Saturdays (9:30-10 p.m. NYT), on WXFL-TV ChannelS. "All of us at '227' are a Gamble and Bobby Crawford scripts for "Silver Spoons" family-not just the cast, but and Fred Johnson. Finney, and "Full House." the writing staff, too We're Spears, Crawford and Vaczy, a native of Sayville, all blending and working Johnson are black. NY, is a 1982 graduate of together. It is a pos itive and Finney was born in Mobile, UCLA Film School. Gamble won-derful relationship.'' A1.! and reared in Los from Reseda, CA, completed THE SPICE ON 'VICE' Olivia Brown Williamson who as. '!rudy Joplin on NBC-TV's sizzling Vtce (Fndays, 10-11 p.m. NYT), is enjoying the pubhc recogmbon that followed her featured role in a recent episode of the Emmy Award-winning program. Speaking is Marla Gibbs, star Angeles. -A-t-918_ broadcast of the new NBCTV comedy journalism oT the work at Loyola Until earlier this season, into the street with authentic mversity m 1976 and Olivia Brown Wa'la'amson h senes ''227" (Saturdays, University of Southern d cops, as not spurred her 9:30-10 p.m. NYT). California, she began her gsrah 19fr8o0m Loyola Law usually could be spotted on desire tojoin the force c oo m NBC's "Miami Vice" either "I d television career as a courier Vaczy and Gamble have on't have nerves of for E b T 1 Sh handing the phone to series steel she s "If m assy e evision e written episodes of "Benson ; ays. someone worked ori .. and "Newhart" and four pilot star Don Johnson or squeezing says 'Boo' to me, I scream. I for five seasons as a produc scripts. into a skin-tight dress to pose couldn't stand to see someone 3: = ::= 00 = = I = = ;:r "'= = r::r [I} =Q. In addition to the producers who also write scripts, there are six members of the writing staff three teams. Each team writes scripts and all the other writers work on "rewrites," improving original scripts and conform ing to NBC standards tion assistant and served for as a hooker shot or cut tip. I'm someone one season as a staff writer Crawford, a Philadelphian, That's not exactly demandwho wants to save the world. I She is nominated for the was gniduated fiom Howard work but Williamson couldn't dismiss it that easily fD In selecting writers, as well as producers, directors and other behind-the-cameras positions, Gibbs, also creative for the series, and Television officials writers while also ""ctauLcuuiu)!. a quest for quali Four of the six writers are coveted:NAACP-Image University. He later did nq_ally got her chance to steal a when I got home." Award for her theatrical play graduate work in playwriting little of the SI)Otlight from W'll' "Mens," produced last spring at UCLA and directing at Johnson and fellow "Vice" 1 aamson s father Is .a in Los Angeles Catholic University, from star PhiUp Michael Thomas in cnmmal attorney in Spears grew up in Baldwin, which he received a master'!' "TheDutchOven,"asegment' Sacrament,, CA, who NY, and was graduated in degree. He won an Americah 1 broadcast in late October. approves of the communications from College Theatre Festival "I got a lot of calls from senes accuracy. Michigan State University in Award in Playwriting at that show," she says of the "It's his favorite show, and 1978. She began her career as a Howard and the Gilbert Harepisode, which featured her, not because I'm in it she receptionist for Embassy tke Award for Best Director at as Detective Trudy Joplin, in said. "He and his friends like Teil!vision, then was assistant Catholic University. He was a love with a shady rogue "A judges and attorneys, sit there to the executive producer of staff writer for "The New Odd lot of people loved the fact and judge it on its own > = Q. .. I Silver Spoons." In 1984 she Couple." that it dealt with emotions merits." Sara V. Finney and Vida and Finney became a staff A New Yo k J h and a lot of them said it was Living in Miami apart r er, o nson h f h Spears are partners, as are writing team on "The Jeffer-graduated from Stanford in t ear avonte s ow. Maybe her actor-husband Mykel T. = = =Richard Vaczy and Tracy son." They have written 197. 5 at Howard because they were my Williamson in Los Angeles Umvers1ty. He earned a Y could have eroded their rela many friendly favors, we send warm areetlna to you and TOTAL MASTER'S BEAUTY SALON 1413 Tampa Parle Plaza 223-2368 Operators: Ms. Fish, Charlotte, Tiny & Gladys master's degree from the ColAs a. result, tionship, but she insists it ha:s umbia University School of this season s Mtamt only galvanized it. Journalism in 1980 His Vtce allows more mterplay "We used to see each other Credl.ts ar .1 among the regular characters. every day before the series e pnman y m JOUr-"I' d h b nalism. He was most recently a m stoppe on t e egan and we took each other reporter on PBS's "The street all the time now by peofor granted. This way, we see McNeil-Lehrer N. h ple who know I can act. each other every two weeks, ews our. They're not chasing me like and we take time to talk and Prior to that, he was a public I k d f 1 infottnation office f th m some m o oose sex spend quality time I r or e symbol call him every day, too. He Newark (NJ) Board of Educa"I d. 't f 1 b d b tion and an associate producer on ee a a out comes to VISit, except when and writer at public station playmg a on the he's working." WGBH in Boston. At WGBH show because s what your Mr_ Williamson has guesthe was a writ f t average female vice cop does. starred in two "Miami Vice er or wo senes, The real ones showed us when segments, once in the pilot "Rebop" and "The New th t k M" Voice," and wrote an original ewy 'lol? us m most recently as a teleplay, "Something About aamson s P? Ice excrime figure Both times, The Bl penence, though hm1ted to the was neatly He ues. set and those occasional forays starred in'tht NBC series ''Bay EDWARDS Remodeling Service Painting Carpentry Drywall Room Additions 237-6900 PATRICKEDW ... Owner City Blues," an4 recently completed two Sl(eet Blues" segments. Meanwhile, between "'= featured roles and visits from > her husband, Williamson ;; teaches acting classes at night .., and has converted an dld phone company building into t'rl an art galler y for starving ti s ts. She also i s the honorar y spoke s woman for Student s Agains t Drunk Driving Z (S. A D.D ). tol /

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1traue l;iil By JAMES RANSOM Q If Winter Comes? Regardless of where you will be spending the remainder of your holiday vacation, today my article will inform you of various other activities in several locations around the globe where people of many different cultures will be celebrating theirs. Bethlehem, Israel, Chr-istmas Celebrations December 24-26. Choirs from around the world fill Manger Square. Midnight Mass iri the Basilica of the nativity is beallled worldwide by satellite. Charleston, South Carolina, Christmas in Charleston, Dec. 1-31 (803) 722-8338. House tours, boat parades, fine din ing and Christmas concerts. Germany, Christmas Markets, late NovemberDecember 25. In Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg and Nuremburg, set up booths in the main public squares to sell Christmas Tree decorations, handmade toys, I gingerbread men, roasted chestnuts, pork sausages and baked goods. 0 0-.... "CS c < "CS Q,j .CI :E = =c --z = = I c 0c 0 = Kingston, Jamaica, LTM Pantomine Theater. Beginn ing December 25. This tradi tional Christmas Folk-Theate show stars Jamaica's 4'est ac tors. Performances are given in a mixture ot English and Jamaican dialects. The sets are extravagant and the humor is broad. Mexico, Las Posadas, December 16-25. The most beautiful processions and liveliest festivities occur in Queretaro, Oaxaca, San Miguel de Allende, Taxco, and City's Alameda Park. Natchez, Mississippi, Christmas .in Natchez, December 13-24. The oldest settlement on the Mississippi celebrates the season with traditional southern hospitality;. Tours of fifteen decorated antebellum mansions will be offered everyday, carolers will sing daily at noon dpwntown, and there will be carriage rides to show visitors the sights. Newport Beach, California, (Answers To Quiz) f Christmas .poat Parade of Lights, December 17-23. Brightly decorated boats will parade through Newport Har bor each evening. Rome, Italy, Piazza Navona Christmas Fair. Mid December-January 6. Romans and visitors alike flock to this beautiful Piazza, the setting for Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers, to browse wooden stands overflowing with toys, statuettes for the manger, candy, spun sugar, and assorted delicacies. St. Croix, Christmas spoken here, beginning December 1st. The St. Croix Botanical Gardens ushers in the seasori with hundreds of brilliantly decorated Christmas trees and the largest display of poinset tias in the Caribbean. Little shops are set up in the gardens to display arid sdl crafts made by Crucians throughout the year. San Fernando, Philippines Lantern Festival, December 24. Multicolored wood-and paper lanterns in kaleidoscopic designs, called parols, are paraded through the streets on Christmas Eve. Some are so large they are car ried on the backs of trucks. Best lantern competitions are held in most districts. Washington, D.C. Lighting of the National Christmas Ttee and Pageant of Peace, December 12-January 1. The President lights the giant Na tional Christmas Tree. On evenings the ellipse ang mall grounds are the sites of choral performances and a nativity scene. A yule log is kept burning to warm chilled hands. Williamsburg, Virginia, Grand IUumination. Dec. 15..Juanuary 1. There's can non firing, fireworks, carol ing, dancing, and what the festival is named for: hun dreds of candles lit in homes and shops along Duke of Gloucester Street. So there you are! _For the time being, just digest this holiday guide and whether you are traveling_ during the '85 holiday or not, you will have some idea of other holi day related celebrations that are going on throughout many parts of America and other countries around the world. Whenever you are in need of making arrangements for business or leisure travel, please contact the London Connection Travel Agency at 7945 W. Hillsborough Ave. ( A Famous Black Scope L SYNDICATED BY EUGENE EDWARDS Born John Elroy Sanford in SL Louis, Missoud, Foxx began a sh ow busin_ess career with his washtub band on the street corners of Chicago, Il linois. After World War II, and several lean years at odd jobs, he began performing in night clubs in New York City and Baltimore and then in black vaudeville with a part7 ner. Movinfto California, he broke with his partner and made the first ofhis long series of party albums that were suc cessful. It was not until the 1960's that he began his televi sion career. Guest appearances on many network shows led to top night club billing. Mr. Foxx born on December 9, 1922 had the Sun occupying the seventh duad of Sagittarius, which is the Sagittarius-Gemini duad. This duad often produces religious or philosophic writers, teachers or lecturers. Because this duad is part of the Aries decanate these people can be aggressive and forceful in pro moting their ideas and theories, and often compete to achieve a reputation for in tellectual or scholarly distinc tion. An independent and non. conforming spirit, as indicated by the Sun in Sagittarius square Uranus in Pisces is nicely balanced by Grant Trine of Jupite in Scorpio and Pluto in Cal)cer; the Moon in Leo trines the Sun. In other words, he would be apt to consider all the assets and liabilities of any course of ac tion that was too independent and nonconforming. Mr. Foix natal Mars in Aquarius square Venus 1n Scorpio, this makes him very fond of pleasure; impulsive and amorous; and it indicates difficulty through excesses and the opposite sex. With Venus in a water sign, the tendency is to gratify the tastes and pleasurable emotions iri dissipating habits. We also notice the Sun trine the Moon 813-884-6734. Ask for Mr. James. G. Ransom or Theresa. The London Connection is also open on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. til. 2:00 p.m. Next Week Years Carnival. Bon \r oyage! -: !l Remember! Whenever you need to make arrangements .for business or leisure travel, please contact the LONDON CONNECTION TRAVEL AGENCY, located at 7045 W. Hillsborough Ave. 884-6734 and ask for me JAMES G. RANSOM or Theresa. MEXICO CRUISE $299' REDO FOXX Entertainer in Leo. This aspect strengthens mind; versatility of genius; it the constitution and indicates inclines religion, -science, success in life, rapid promophotography and motion pic tion, prosperity and assistance tures. The p<:>sidon of Mercury from influential persons guaranteed that he would be The Sun and Mercury trine Neptune in Leo also. This ac counts for Mr. Foxx im agination; practical and k inspirational in speaking or writing and could develop siderable musical skill, especially in connection with stringed instruments. ". SENTINEL'S TOP 20 SINGLES 1. Caravan Of Love ......... Isley!Jasper/Isley 2 / A Love Bizzare ......... Sheila E. 3. Who's Zoo min Who ....... Aretha Franklin 4. Part-Time Lover ....... ... Stevie Wonder 5 : C()unt Me Out ............. New Edition 6. Say You, Say Me ........ Lionei Richie 7. Don't Say No Tonight ........... Eugene Wilde 8. WJio Do You Love .......... ... Bernard Wright 9. You Are My Lady .............. Freddie Jackson 10. Emergency ................. Kool & The Gang 11. Party All The Time ............... Eddie Murphy 12. The Show ............................ Doug E. Fresh 13. Secret Lover ........... ......... Atlantic Star 14. Digital Display ........ ..... Ready For The World 15. I Need \:ou .................... Maurice White 16. Thinking About You ...... ...... Whitney Houston 17. This Is For You ....................... The System 17. Fall Down (Spirit Of Love) ................. Tramaine 19. Everybody Dance .......... TaMara & The Seen 20. Wait For Love ............ Luther Vandross

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CORPORATIONS LINE UP FOR PARADE OF STARS "Lou Rawl!> Parade of Stars" host Lou Rawls and co-host Marilyn McCoo are shown with Wayman F. Smith III, vice president of corporate affairs for Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. Anheuser-Busch is the national and founding sponsor of the talent extravaganza which benefits the 43 member black college and universities of the United Negro College Fund. Other telethon spoonsors are the Kellogg Company, American Airlines, General Motors Corporation, Polaroid Corporation and Popeye's Famous Fried Chicken The 1985 telethon airs Saturday, Dec. 28 from 6 p.m. to midnight, on WFTS'-TV, Channel 28. YOUR l ...... --,, HOROSCOPE SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21): Probing under the surface finds some revealing clues in solving the mystery of a health problem. CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19): Competition for leadership and control of an organization creates con flict, and could cost you a valued friendship. AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18): Put profes sional ambitions on hold, and relax and enjoy the good times that go with this holiday period. PISCES (February 19-March 20): Travel leads to 'an encounter with a rather unusual individual and opens a door to yet another world of experience. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Precautionary measures should be taken to prevent exposure to contaminating sources. The old "ounce of prevention" rule applies TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Holiday activities stimulate the emotional self,and intensify feelings in a relationship. Exercise self restraint. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Hasty actions can lead to delay in accomplishing the many things you think must be done before the year ends. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Supervising the activities of the young folks is time well spent. Be alert to the rebel, who can create havoc. LEO (July 23-August 22): Lay the ground work for plans to improve your base of opera tion. Pleasant surroundings are vital to the Leo. VIRGO (August 23-September 22): With so much running around to do, your foot gets a little heavy on the gas pedal ''They": are watching. THE GREAT REV. MAKO, SPIRITUAL READER, HEALER, AND ADVISOR FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 1985/ BROADCAST fTIWEDO \1./(Pe$) 7n Form Day. 45 A.M. WHtller 8 oo IOCiy Elidi'lc 15 30 EMctrlc 45 9 00 Siiimt s ..... 15 30 45 1 0 00 15 Pregrommlng 30 45 :: 30 II 45 1 2 00 Educotlonel 15 Pregrommlng 30 45 II 1 00" 15 30 45 30 45 300 Eltdrlc 15 s;ompony 30 J-2 Contact 45 Cl)wxfi (..C) I.UU(A8C) IR'Iwtvt Piill WFTS \8(-) "-.. Good Morning CBS Morning 1:1ws lorbiro C?,Onohut LtPsMiktl Murphy In the or, Morning So. Of Tilt Solly Jeuy Century Ropll .. l WhHI.Of Htpe Fortune f!tWI Allin Tilt Headline Family Cllostn !Says Of Our AIIM/, rtn Anothir wortd one Llfito leo Ginerol !fospltol Tr&P" John, PoliceWoman Toe Dough LobO Wild m;ooo Pyramid Prtls Your Luck J!rlct Is Right if.llistPiusl Young And Jilt Rt1tltu lsthiworld !urns C?,uldlng Light Wild, Wild )!l'llt INDAY News 1 What's Hotl What's Not? I,Love Lucy atverly 1 Hlllbllllt1 I Dream Of 1 JHnnlt atwltclltd Joyce & Tilt 1 worrlon Hour Magazine HiOMin II II !-'4 00. Sistine StrHt 15 II 30 Prlnctll Of 45 Power to Hart ,; 1 oo Frugal turning Point Llftli tUH ChiCago leon 15 Gourmet On Tho Prairie ot New Yerll 2 oo ThiS ISid Milllonolre Mivle: 15 Heust !JMker Team "Curst Of Tho 30 Woodwrlgllt's PGA Gelf !"Ink Panther'' 45 Cllrys!!r oo Gil'mon l!lue Knight 15 Prtfeul-1 30 SecCIIr 45 Glmmel areok Of Lift C?,ifdon Glrti 2J1 f!iws Saturday Nltllt LVI II '!"" Guy Lawrence Welk Christmas ChriStmas In !fowoll Mev It: "Brinks: Tilt Grut f!tWS Kingdom All-America Tum PGA Golf Chrysler t .. m !,nvltotlonol h Wide Wortd Of Sports n Aa News f!ws '5ung Fu Movie: "GedzllloOn Monster Island" h Movie: "A Talent For l?,nct Fever

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II) I >' I'IJ = Q .... :a -= Q = Q,l c;, I ;:: "CC = < I'IJ Q,l = t' "CC Q,l -= I'IJ .... :iS = = .... Q,l = = = I = .... = r A Tune To Say Thank You To Our Special Friends: One of the joys of the Holiday Season is remembering those who are important to us ... We truly appreciate the confidence you have placed in us, as it is the loyalty of customers like yourself that enables us to succeed. We promise to continue doing our best for you in every way possible. May we convey warm Season s Greetings and extend our best wishes for good health, happiness and prosperity in the year. Happy Holidays! 247-4711 Serving Tampa Since 1931 .ARMON


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