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FLORIDA enti08.- c 116.000 READERS -t I' TAMPA, FLORIDA TUESDAY .. ... _.. ____ VOL.41 N0.5 CENTS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY 41 YEARS SERVING TAMPA, FLORIDA .,..,.-: \ _____ .-< Hotel Manager Works Way To Top (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) Drug Deal Sours, Man Killed Xmas Decorations Are Now Antiques (SEE STORY ON PAGE 2) 'The Color Purple', A Must See Movie (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) New Type Cocaine Cheap Deadly (SEE EDITORIAL PAGE 4) Thought For Today True competence is based on one's own ability to observe. With that as reality, only then can one be deft and sure. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23) l DAVENPORT-REESE VOWS TAKEN AT EBENEZER M.D. CHURCH Sheila Veronica Davenport and Joseph Russell Reese, Jr. stood in the midst of candlelight and flowers at Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church Saturday after noon to take the vows that would unite themin marriage. The Rev. Ezell Berrien performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Max well. The groom is the son of Mrs. Ernestine Brown. Tampa will be the couple's place of residence.


! .. u .. erX .. masD .. .. ................................ ...: .... BY GWEN HAYES c, I -... ''C = < = = = ..... = rJ:J. CIS Sentinel Managing Editor A few days before Thanksgiving, Mrs. Geraldine Streeter and her husband, J e sse Streeter, began pull ipg out the Christmas decorations s he would use around the Fairyland; -Nursery and Kindergarten ':she operateS-at 30th St. and Buffalo Ave She was not ovirlyAnthused because of the additiop,al.wor R she had to do in o rder to make the decorations appealing. She went ahead and pulled out the more than 20 years old wooden decorations made by her son. "When' the children were at home I was more ex cited about it. Now that the y' re all adult s I jus t do it (decorate) for the community and t he kid s here.'' At fir s t, Mr s S t reet e r s aid s he jus t take the decorations and put them away, but now s h e i s beginning to take care of the decorations in a s pecial kind of way, e s peciall y after realizing they are getting to be a ntiques Now, I make sure I wrap them in a s pecial kind of way. Each year she has a s pecial project for the 12 youngsters she cares for at the nursery. Thi s year she assisted them for about two day s in making a gigantic snowman. She made a snow whire flannel covering and the children stuffed it with paper and decorated it on the outside. "The childreh were all excited because t his is s omething they were helping to do," she said As a learning experience for children, and anyone else who comes up, Mrs Streeter has one door decorated with Christmas stockings and one or two stocking are turned up side down. "When they look at this, they know that something is not right because the majority of the stockings are turned the other way, she said. Mrs. Streeter's yard is just one of many that are beautifully decorated this holi day season. 248-1921' Ger!lhlhte Streeter with the assistance of her stu{lents at Fairyland Nursery and Kindergarten. A Christmas tree mad e of Christmas garland and bows used to decorate dons the door of the s chool. The life-like carolers as well as the other wooden objects in the yard at Fairyland Nursery, 30th St. and Buffalo Ave., were made by the owner's son, Mack Hall, Jr., some 20 years ago. TAMPA BAY BUILDERS STATE CERTJFIED -CLASS A GENERAL CONTRACTORS LICENSED-INSURED-BONOED New Home Construction Room Additions Remodel & Repair 251-2585 1005 W. Platt St., Ta Lindsay:: Barber ; I I I Beauty Supplies ... 1 Announces I I GRAND SALE I I On Total line Of Hair Care Products. I I With This Coupon 20% Discount On Total Purchase! I 1 1located At 1737 E. Hillsborough Ave. Hrs.: 9:30a.m.-6:30p.m. I (Across From Abraham Chevrolet) LEE & SYLViA I I PH: 237-8154 Effective Dec. 13-Dec. 21 Ovwners J .. ..... --------------------. .......................... HOLIDAY SCHEDULE FOR SENTINEL PUBLISHING MONDAY DEC.16 23 Paper Published All news, columns and ads for Mon., Dec. 30th edition. 30 TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 17 18 Paper Published All news, colums and ads for Mon., Dec. 23rd edition. 24 25 CLOSED 31 JAN.l THURSDAY FRIDAY 19 20 All news, columns and ads Paper Published for Fri., Dec. 27th edition. 26 27 All news, Paper Published columns and ads for Fri., Jan. 3rd edition. 2 3 l o w price f ro m Rentocolor. NO hidden ext r as NO se c ur i ty deposit NO installati on fee NO k>ng term commitment NO charges for por h or repairs Bas e d on a monthl y r o t e of $17 1 2 RentacoiCH loding brands available in 13" 19" <1nd 25 T V Kreen. For tast delivery and ins tallat i on coli lentacolor NOWCALL renbreolor (813) 876-9495 1fJ'DEO CENTEil 115 S. Dale Mabry Tampa must obtain their own chas e financing for all sales. These properties may contain code violations_ Please contact a realtor of your choice to see or bid on any of the properties listed. PROPERTIES ARE FOR SALE FOR CASH, WITHOUT WARRANTY, IN THEIR AS -IS" CONDITION. AND ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FHA INSURED LOANS. HUD reserves the right t o rejec t any or all b i ds and to waive any informality o r irregularity i n ony bids. Bi d s will not b e accepte d d i r ectly fro m o bidder. All bids MUST BE s u b mitted through a real e state broker. ,HUD w ill pay a portion of the closing costs if requested in offer to purEXTENDED LISTINGS. ,. Properties listed below are available until s old or reli s ted under 10 day sealed bid period: TAMPA 093-216506 9110 Suffield Court 44,500 312 093-219260 7105 Cove Hill Ct. 66,000 312 093 226426 12329 Dr. 60 000 3 / 2 093-224472 1009 Genessee Street 32,850 211 093-213210 1007 E. North Bay 28,950(LBP) 3 / 1 093-206034 1223 Ida Street E 30,200(LBP) 2 / I 093-200315 8116 Klondyke 38,500 312 093-198676 1619 Maple Ave 37,800 3 / 1 093-194495 4721 Oklahoma Ave 35, 400 3 / 1 093-206423 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 25,000 2 / 1 093-191764 6412 24th Street 34,700 3 / 1 093-220987 100228th Ave., E. 20,750(LBP) 211 BARTOW 093-195595 1195 McAdoo 40,800 3 / 1 LAND O'LAKES 093-206638 287 Penny Circle 37,500 312 AUBURNDALE 093 200230 3038 Lantana Circle 37, 500 312 AVON PARK 093-222015 2071 Royalton Road, W. 32,000 3 / 2 BRANDON 093-199409 2707 Brandon View PI 52,900 3 / 2 LAKELAND 093-222206 435 Alondra Ct. 49,000 3 / 2 093-181910 3115 Crutchfield 25,000 211 093-214251 5922 July Street 42,500 312 093-199977* 422 Oakleaf Drive 110,000 8 / 4 *(THIS IS A QUADRAPLEX, 4-UNITS) 093-113604 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 Ill VALRICO 093-214688 3811 Parkside Dr. 62,350 312 093-201392 316 Silverhill Drive 55,100 3 / 2 WINTER HAVEN 093-204787 1119 Fairfax St., N.E. 35,000 3 / 2 HUD + :our.L H CUSING DEPARTMENT C'F HOUSING h d CLOSED Paper Published OPPORTUNITY AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ""' Paper Publis e TWIGGS STREET TAMP FLORIDA 3360 I ............ ..


.. Hotel Chain Sales Manager Found @ Another Use For Her College Degree BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor not going unnotiled. "People do know that I'm here Word of mouth ha s s pread my ac Jennifer Young was a jour nalism major with emphasis on s peech communication while a s tudent at the Universi ty of South Florida, Tampa campus. However, afte graduating from college she was unable to find a position in that field and opted for a secretarial position with the Ft. Lauderdale North Holiday Inn. After I Y 2 years the ar ticulate young woman was promoted to sale s manager Then the native of Madison, Florida wa s offered an oppor tunity to transfer to Tampa in a sale s manager position She is stationed at the Holiday Inn Airport. B Johnson, Inc., o d rs o f}.;;;t ivities here at Holida y Inn Holiday Inns in Ft.' L'i uderwork s chedule include s dale CleaJYVater, Tampa, working two Saturdays a Miami and 1Richnwnd Va. month, but we're basically Ms. Young is responsible for on call 24 hours, in the event soliciting and booking group s, something comes up." making their sleeping and Ms. Young has not taken catering arrangements, and any particular courses to assist taking care of special events, in her job title, however, she is s uch as reunion s preparing to take a marketing "What I'm doing is a lot of course at USF. She adds that fun," she says "I love talking marketing courses speech and with people and meeting peowriting courses are a must to pie. Helping them make their be successful. Ms. Young is no stranger to Tampa becaus e she has relatives here and visited the area often, and of cour s e, she attended college here plans and being sure that those She has always loved plans are carried out is a part English which was her reason of my responsibility. And, the for pursuing a career in jour staff has just been wonderful nalism. But now she says, "I with pointers about what to do will never go back to that. I and when to cio it." What she love what I m doing too is doing as possibly the only much." As a sales manager with W. black sales manager with a The divorced mother of hotel chain in the bay area is three -a set of twin boy s age NOTICE OF PROPOSED PROGRAM OF PROJECTS FOR THE HILLSBOROUGH AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (HART) Public Hearing to be held at 8:00AM, Oh Thursday, January 23, 1986, at 4305 East 21st Avenue, Tampa, Florida. The Federal Surface Transportation Act of 1982 amended the Urban Mass Transportation-Act of 1964 by adding a new assistance program under Section 9. The Section 9 program makes available Federal sources to the Tampa urbanized area for planning, capital and operating assistance for public transportation. HART is the designated recipient of these funds and has developed a proposed program of projects to be funded with Federal. State and local monies. It is estimated that in FY86, $5,540,712 will be appropriated to the Tampa urbanized area and will be available to assist in the funding of the proposed projects listed below. HART is publishing this information and holc;!ing the January 23, -public hearing to afford an opportunity for citizens, officials, prival e transportation providers and other interested groups to present their views and comments on the development, content and finalization of this program. Written comments may be sent directly to: Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority 4305 Ea. st 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 A TT: Planning PROPOSED PROGRAM OF PROJECTS 1) FY86 Operating Assistance: Eligible Federal assistance for up to fifty percent (50%) of transit operating deficit ($377 ,883 previously approved in FY85) 2) 15 Coaches: Project includes related bus equipment, 7 wheelchair lifts and support vehicles. 3) System Svpport Equipment: Project includes bus shelters, signs communication, maintenance and service equipment 4) Acquisition of Spare Parts : Includes items such as engines, transmissions, repair/rebuild kits ($93, 707 previously approved in FY84) 5) Building Rehab and Land Acquisition: Includes existin. g facility improvements, facility expansion land acquisition and park-n-ride lot land acquisitions Funding: UMTA HART Total Funding: UMTA HART FOOT Total Funding: UMTA HART FOOT Total Fvnding: UMTA HART FOOT Total Fund ina: UMTA HART FOOT Total $2,612,302 11,538,623 $14,150,925 $1,836,000 229,500 229,500 $2, 295,000 $ 780,000 97,500 97;500 $ 975,000 $ 184,000 23,000 23,000 $ 230,000 $ 600, 000 75,000 75,000 $ 750 000 JENNIFER YOUNG 12 (Desmond and Demond), and a six-year-old daughter, Tamara says her next move is Jo obtain a position as Director of Sales. "It may not be in Tampa, but that s what I'm looking towards." The daughter of Isaiah Young, Tampa, and Cora Jor dan, Ft. Lauderdale, Ms. Young also has several other relatives in this area Margaret Moore, aunt; grand mother Rena Moore; and cousin, Darlene who resides with her in the Lincoln Gardens/Carver City com munity. Ms. Young says she doesn't have much spare time, but the free time she has is spent in the church. She is a member of First Baptist Church of West Tampa where she is affiliated with the Young Adult Choir and Young Mis sionary Socie ty. "I s pend a lot of time in the park with my kids I love the outdoors," she said. And any other free time is used to write poetry As for advice for young blacks who are interested in hotel sales, Young says: "Come in at an entry level position-desk clerk, reserva tionist, switch board operator, secretarial position just get your foot in the door. You can't always start at the top. Work hard and don't get discouraged. You can't expect to move up in two months. It's not going to happen that way," she explained. "I always tell people to believe in God first, get an education and believe in yourself and it will all work out," she concluded. The Color Purple: A Must See Family Movie BY PATrY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer also as producers. Jones also composed the musical score. The rest of the cast consists Ev.eryone wiii probably be of: Danny Glover, who plays busy this Christmas season Mister or Albert Celie's shopping for gifts, attending husband; Adolph Caesar ("A Christmas parties, or par-Soldier's Story") as Old ticipating in or attending Mister, Albert's father; Christmas celebrations. But, Margaret Avery as Shug may I suggest taking time out Avery; Rae Dawn Chong as to see the movie, "The Color Squeak; Oprah Winfrey as Purple". It is sure to be a hit Sophia, Harpo's wife; Wylard among all the movies released Pugh as Harpo; Akosua Busia for the holidays. as Nattilie, Celie's sister; The movie is based on Alice Desreta Jackson as young Walker's Pulitzer Prize winnCelie; Dana Ivey as Miss ing novel by the same name. Nellie; and Leonard Jackson "It's about life, it's about as Pa. love, it's about us," states a poster which advertises the The 2 Y2 hour long film movie at the University Colleccauses the audience to react tion Plitt Theatre which will either happily or sadly to begin showing the movie this each scene. The is without flaw; there is good Friday. "The Color Purple, gospel and jazz singing, documents the life of Celie, Andrae Crouch offers his played by stage actress spiritual talents to the and there are scenes of the Whoopi Goldberg, as she suffers from and overcomes an African culture, their trials and rituals. abusive father (who turns out not to be her real father) and This movie and its cast husband. From The strength should receive several (/ J .. .. :. I E .. .... :.1 C' lof' .... -. I tt1 = ::r cs = I'IJ she gains from these miserable Academy Award nominations experiences, she is able to help in the best picture, best ac. others during their trying tress, best actor, bes t support times. ing actor and actress, and bes t TOTAL PROGRAM OF PROJECTS_ $18,400,925 Surprisingly, this is a Steven musical score categories Spielberg film. He is the direc-jus t to name a few. TOTALFY86UMTASECTION9-$5,540, 712 tor and producer; with It i s a movie worth seeing .., HILLSBOROUGH AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Kathleen Kennedy Frank because it would be enjoyed by ::t ... YOungandoldalike .........


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And, since the advent of the deadly designer drugs and unpredictable Crack, the poten tial of increased emotional and physical problems grows. Crack has an additional allure to its quick drug high. Its cheapness is stunning. Sold in tiny glass containers which hold ab9ut three small, yellowish balls of it, Crack goes for $20 to $30 per package., Many teenagers and young adults have been buying the junk across the nation. This illicit drug, like all others, is spread throughout society not just by seedy looking drug pushers. It is the product of a large and powerful cooperation between varying types of people in our country and beyond. Crack is merely the latest in their drug arsenal. It's a form of freebase which, due to its potency, poses many unknown health risks. Dr. Jeffery M. Isner, a Boston researcher, told the 58th Scientific Session of the American Heart Association that a study of cocaine victims admitted to a hospital cardiac laboratory suggests that cocaine may precipitate heart attacks. "The cardiac conse quences of cocaine abuse have been vastly underestimated because most people have not been looking for it," he said. These "consequences" increase with Crack since it is a refined form of the drug. That fact alone makes Crack a potential poison for anyone ill or ignorant or foolish enough to put it in a pipe and smoke it. "Drugs are as easy to get as a pack of gum," said John Duff, national director of Drug Education for the Los Angeles-based Narconon drug rehabilitation program. We must not let Crack become that easy to get. I Black Colleges To Get Energy Boost BY RUDOLPH HARRIS The Black Vote And Executive Office There are some political complexities which need clarification where the average voter is concerned. Black voters, in particular must understand how to use their minority voting clout most ef fectively. In any given com munity such as Tampa, where Blacks make up less than 15 percent of the population, the influence on at large elections such as the local school board (at-large), and executive races such as for mayor or governor must be maximized. Bloc Voting is often forced upon Blacks. One of the principal motives for single-member district struggles was to maximize the limited Black voting power. The idea of creating legislative districts where the Black population is competitive or in a majority is to maximize the potential of electing Blacks to legislative offices. These in clude such bodies as the Tam pa City Council, the Board of County Commission, and the State House of Represen tatives. If Black political representations is to make its mark, it is in such legislative bodie s In those cities such as Atlan ta and Washington, D.C., where the Black population is competitive or dominate, there are elected Black mayors. Oc casionally, ironically a Black gets elected to the at-large offices where the Black popula tion is near or above 30 per cent. Such communities are to be congratulated for such liberalism. However, such communities are few and far William Raspberry between. It ought to be pointed out that while the Can Present Government Bring masses of the population in Pea .ce To South Africa many cities may not be actual-... ly, anti-Black, such power CAPE The conditional release of Mandela structures are extremely con question, says the kev. Allan and other political prisoners, servative where Black Boesak, is not whether the the unbanning of the African economic and political in government WILL do what is National Congress and other terests are concerned People, necessary to bring political liberation groups, and the the masses, are not racist. change and peace to return of political exiles. They, unfortunately, can be South Africa. The question is (Boesak believes it also would easily manipulated along racist whether the present governrequire suspension of the lines especially where elec ment CAN do it. present constitution, at least tions are concerned. The elecAnd, he adds, in the manner on an interim basis.) These tion of Ronald Reagan is a of one whose mind no longer preliminaries constitute a noted example. allows him to resist an unsingle package. It would take a Jesse Jackson ran for the pleasant conclusion, "I think major Sadat-like leap of faith President of the United States we have to seriously reckon for a president to implement simply because the Democrats with the probability that this them. refused to address the issues government cannot do it." But President Botha's affecting Black people. They Boesak, leader of the World cautious political style one were afraid of being labeled, Alliance of Reformed Churtested step at a time seems liberal. In such situations, a ches, father of the United to be the exact opposite of Black candidate should run, if Democratic Front, and one of what is required. His tiny, only to call attention to the the most thoughtful, inalways-too-late concessions needs, i'>sues and problems of tellectually honest and are met with contempt by Black peop!P.. However, in troubled men you are apt to blacks and with alarm by his these local races such as mayor meet, is alone in his office in own right wing. His caution, and other at-large contests, the "Colored" suburb of in a situation calling for bold Blacks should only run when South Belville. He is granting statesmanship, only buys him the conditions surrounding what he planned as just trouble, and that makes him Blacks are similar. Fortunate another interview: on his conmore reluctant to try anything ly, such a political situation fiscated passport; his pending bold. Frustrated, he keeps does not appear on the charge of "subversion" for turning to the only thing he horizon here in Tampa. There leading a march to the prison seems to have confidence in: will be a viable election here in where his hero Nelson Manmore repression. this city which speaks to the dela is incarcerated; his But the harsh repression needs, interests, and aspiraopinion of Gatscha Butnelezi. that halted earlier liberation tions of all people (including But for some reason drives (riots, as he saw them) is Blacks). Such an announced maybe the open shirt and the not working this time. The candidate is already in place. blue jeans (he's officially on emergency measures may be Black people have never holiday) induce him to relax --keeping the battles off the air asked for special favors, he decides to say baldly what waves, but it has not kept politically. They have only so many people of all races them off the township streets. asked that elected officials be The U. S. Department of "This program will have been reluctant to state: Botha doesn't seem to know fair and impartial. Such Energy Secretary John Herrultimately enable small colPresident P. W. Bothais the what else to do. dividuals, unfortunately, have ington has announced that a leges with limited resources to wrong man for the job of So what is the way out? been hard to come by, $258,176 grant will be awardreduce their energy costs and saving South Africa. Boesak's answer is that white especially, in such conser. ed to the United Negro ""'rvp a model for other low The problem is this: The South Africans must be made vative times. Blacks must do Fund to explore benefits of a institutions," accordbest hope for peace here is to understand that it is in their all that they can when such a shared energy savings plan for mg to staff of the Departthrough negotiations involving interest that Botha be candidate comes along. The G small and low resource colment's Institutional Conservaauthentic black leaders. 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.. Cl'l .... ,.: .... Take Time To Believe In Part II From "Tahlequah, Oklahoma, Wilma ManKiller the first woman to lead a major native American tribe, for mally took office Saturday principal chief of the 68,000-member Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, the nation's second largest,'' Tampa Tribune, let us extend our congratulations to the Cherokee Nation of this country. Let us hope and pray that Ms. ManKiller will prove the leadership Of one of the strongest and powerful Native American peoples of our times. Let us also note that the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution went into effect on December 15, 1791. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his VIEW College Athletic Programs Live A Lie Ask any coach and he will tell you that he is first of all in terested in a kid as a person, and as an athlete second. The coach will tell you that he is in terested in an athlete's perfor mance in the classroom first and his performance on the field second. But this is a lie that college coaches have been forced to tell. School administrators, alumni, spectators, and the sports world in general don't want to know what the team's grade average is "'only how many games did the team win and how many games it lQst. Coaches realize that their jobs and finanCial success de pend directly on how well their teams perform on the field. The NCAA, the lawmaking and governing body of college athletics, and even some schools are forCing colleges to live a lie when it comes to their athletic programs. Standards for athletes continue to rise at colleges everywhere which makes it more difficult for high school athletes to get in college. Many people feel that the rising requirements for enter ing college are aimed at the black athletes who are dominating college athletics today. I have had some coaches to ()penly admit that. All coaches want intelligent athletes who perform well in the classroom. Thatis icing on the cake. But what the coach needs most is a talented youngster who can make A's in the athletic arena. There are so many athletes that get caught up in their star status. They become well r;;. known names admired by man:y. The results is that they then take the attitude they don't have to go to study or do any homework. These people feel that they should pass classes simply because of their star sQitus. So many of these athletes are capable of making the re. quired grade average and test scores required by colleges. Their problem is their inability to apply themselves as they can and should. Should these kind of youngsters be allowed in college? Should exceptions be made to get them in col lege? I would say no. To i:nake exceptions could encourage students to waste time in school knowing that classroom performance will not hinder their athletic col lege careers. But! What about those blue chip athletes that go to class everyday and do their darnest to do what is required of them in the classroom. Their big problem is that making good grades, learning their subject matter and passing the re quired exams is more than they are academically capable of handling. It is unfortunate but true that all students are not good academically and will never be. Yet many of these students are top rated athletes. Should exceptions be made for these students? I say yes. Think of the number of high school athletes that have the potential to develop into a professional athlete and earn for themselves and their families a decent living. If these athletes were denied the heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith, (St. Mark 11:23). Every one of us have said at one time or another that "I don't have that much time," or "I can't find the time." You know it because you have said it. But, one thing for sure, we don't have much time. So, let us take the little time that we do have to find the time that we do need to get it together. For ourselves. For each other. When we get right down to the real nitty gritty, we will understand what the whole thing is all about when we learn that there is no one else in the world more important to ourselves than ourselves. On the individual level, "do it for yoursel(." ,Sometimes1 we get caught up in the negative :when we are figuring this thing out; that is, we tend to become lazy. Yes, lazy. Even though we said earlier that all we have is time, some of us take more time than others. Thereby, allowing for too much time to do everything, but nothing's getting done. Procrastination is not even what we're talking about, either. The word is lazy. Taking time for ourselves is nothing or requires nothing more than just taking time. Remember that old song with opportunity to attend college, in most cases any professional career in sports is down the drain. These kids need to get in college. College sports have become big business and a of pride amo. ng Every year, coaches get fired from colleges aR across the country and the reason is consistant, they aren't winn ing. It is a fact that it is awful ly difficult to get enough athletes who have talent and academic skills to produce a winner. SPIRITUAL ADVISOR True Psychic Born With Power. Will Satisfy You In One Visit. Has Loved One Turned Against You? Are You Unhappy, Discouraged, _Influenced B_y Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Where Others Have Failed. Call Anytime. Daily Blessings. 1 813) 677-2971 : -My OPINION] [ ily Rudolph Harr;, ----L We Must Stop Killing One Another Numerous conceri:t'ed in dividuals called or inquired about the death of a young Black man over the weekend whose name was Rudolph Harris. They wondered was he one of my sons And while young Harris was not a blood child of mine, my heart is most heavy for his mother and father, his family. However, most significant ly, it is most grevious to see Black people killing off one another, especially among the young Black population. The typical homicide in this nation is a young Black male, murdered by still another young Black male. Such makes for two victims one in his grave and the other lock ed up for the rest of his life behind prison walls. Actually, the hands of Black parents are virtually tied for no amount of home training can completely protect our young from such an infectious society we live in today. Ours have become the worst society in the world to raise children. Personally, this writer has heard many parents say that, if they had to do it all over again, they would never birth a baby in this world. With drugs, crime, and the like vir tually inescapable, children the lyrics that go, "take time to know her?" Right. Because, when we don't take time to '-think, to follow through on whatever, we can make mistakes. Mistakes that hurt ourselves. Mistakes that can hurt others. Sure, we're only human. So, all that means is we're bound to make mistakes. The best part about it all is that we do learn by doing. We're suppos ed to, anyway. We are allowed to make mistakes, so that we can learn. And, all of this takes time. Life is a learning process which does take time to develop certain qualities and certain ideals. Believing in yourself ranks among the highest. Time:. we have so much, but, we also have so lit tle. Peace Be Unto You. nowadays, suffer much more and find it harder to grow up than when we were young. Personally, we must not throw up our hands and give up. We must band together and take step s to clean up this city, protect it from the drug and crime elements who in vade thi s community. It seems that everytime one reads the paper or watches the television, there is a homicide claiming young Black n"'"''"l A murder here, and a found there. It seems to "'""'r end. We just keep out crossed and just hope won't strike home. But are many young Rudolph ris' out there. No family young male members, females for that matter, is mune. We ought to become ly concerned. We must not main conquered by fear, IDOIII-1 ference, and apathy cm1cern- ing this critical problem. leaders, we must feel that Rudolph Harris' out there are all of our children, as they are in many ways. No greater blem calls on the Black tian community than the blem which is consuming our Black youth. There may be those of us who have one or two children, and some how, feel less In fact, most Black people of education and influence do not have young adults out there as vunerable as most Black families in Tampa. These same people repre sent the leadership structure of our city. But if they are going to be leaders, then they must be leaders for all of our people and their children. Young Blacks today, unemployed, illtrained, without hope and opportunity, immaturely, walk; unknowingly, into an enticing hell out there in the streets try ing to make it. We fathers must come forward together and protect O!Jr children from such a dilemma. You can be assured that the next Rudolph Harris may well be yours. We are all diminished by such deaths. -EMP .. IRE PAINTS 3602 7th Ave. TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 247-3719 KEYS MADE 39 Up ------------------LATEX PAINT ...... $3.49 OUTSIDE WHITE .. :$7.49 ROLLER PAN SET ................ $1. 99 Ea. 3" QRl)SHES .............. ......... 99 Ea. 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.. .......... lg THE HOWARD W. BLAKE Afro-American CLASS OF 1966 ., Will Sponsor Pageant 0 A ''BI.ACK & GOI.D AFFAIR'' DECEMBER 20, 198S 9:00P.M. Until At The I.ABOR TEMPLE 1520 9th Avenue B.Y.O.B. DONATION $5.00 Free Cocktails 9-10 P.M. Drawing For Harbor Island Weekend Standing left to right, Little Miss Afro-American 1984-85, Omeka Carswell; Junior Miss ; Afro-American 1984-85, Lea Smith; and the Miss Afro" American Little Sisters, hailed :i as the darlings of the United ... States. Students from grades K-1 are invited to participate in Little Miss and Junior Miss Afro-American Scholarship Pageant December 28th-29th in Ft. Walton Beach and DeFuniak Springs. This national competition will showcase some of America's most talented elementary, junior and senior high school students. Whiners of the pageant will appear in the colorful 1986 Miss Afro-American Calendar plus win an array of prizes and scholarships including a trip to the Caribbean. The 1985 Little Miss and Junior Miss Afro-American scholarship Pageant is being produced by Andrus Boyd Grayson, Jr., author of "Our United States Of America Creed" and President of the Miss Afro-American pageant. The pageant is co-sponsored by Union Springs Baptist Church, 209 Railroad A venue, DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433. The Rev. Tommy P. Johnson is the pastor. Applications must be sub .:! mitted by December 23, 1985. For information on ap plications, telephone pageant headquarters at (904) 8925250. LaWand Jones is the contact person. > = Q; IMMOKALEE ?MRs MARY TOWNSEND Reporter Sunday school began usual time at all churches the community with th superintendents and teachers at their posts. The lesson reviewed by the pastor. First Baptist Church celebrated their 51st sary. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church Pastor Rev. S. P. Bradley and members were in charge of the 11 o'clock ser vices. At 3 p.m. St. John M.B. Church Pastor Rev. W. M. Bouyer and members closed the anniversary services. Mrs. Mary Williams from Elizabeth City, N.C. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Clara L. Williams and Brothers and oth$!r relatives. The funeral of the late Mr. Homer James was held Satur day at First Baptist with Rev. Isom Ross Springfield Baptist Church, Fort Lauderdale, offidating. It was a Boyd's service. The community is in sym pathy with Mr. Bennet Valas quez in the passing of his wife the late Mrs. Dorothy Valasquez. Funeral arrangements are mcomplete at this time. to'l ll. ........ JIII!III!!!!!II!!I!!!!!!II!I!I!!!!!!!!!I!I!!IIII!!!!!I!!!!!IIi!!I!!II!!III!I!II. .......... shut ins. ::;


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YOU ; Sh.ower held for Mrs. Russell From 9:00P.M. Until 1:00 A .M. (Marilyn) given by the Stewart Family Club and the WEST TAMPA CONVENTION CEt;TER women's Progressive Club. Main Ballroom On West Side Of Building The table was tastefully 3005 West Columbus Drive decorated in shades of pink with a clever centerpiece which Hawaiian A ttlre Polynesian BuHet DONATION: $15 OAK HILL M. B. CHURCH YOUTH CHOIR Invites You To A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM & APPRECIA T/ON FOR OUR MUSICIANROBERT RICE DECEMBER 20, At 7:30P.M. ,.ortldJHirtfa-Setty Smith New Mt. Z ion Youth Choir NeW Progress Male Chorus And Moss Choir, Ebenezer Moss Choir, St. John M B No. 3 Choir. New Solem Primitive No. 3 Choir, Gr. Mt. Moriah Youth & No. 3 Cho i r Gr Friendship No 2 & No l Choir Mt Olive Mole Chorus No 2 Choir 4 No. Choir Bethany No. r Choir Solid Rock Youth Choir Groce Mary No r And No. 3 Cho irs. Peace Bopflst Moss Choir cl Mole Chorus College Hill No. 3 Choir cl Youth Choir 29th StrHt No. 3 Cho i r cl No. I Cho ir, St John Progressive Tampa Moss Cho i r And P.ace Progressive Moss Choir Mrs. Luedell Moore, Chairperson a Director; Reggie Rice, Co Chairperson; Marva lewis, President; Rev. J. E Harmon, Pastor. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Presents Their ANNUAL HOLIDAY BALL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1985 10:00 p.M. -2:00A.M. At The WEST TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER MacDill & -Columbus Drive DONATION: $6.00 Tickets Are Available From Kappas Or Call CLARENCE LEE, 879-8671 Or, JIM WILLIAMS, 254-2971 was a handmade cradle filled with many practical items, such as, baby oil, baby powder, pacifier, socks, teething ring, bath cloth and bib. The guests were served a repast of finger sandwiches, frappe', nuts, mints and delicious cake made by the popular caterer, Mr. Billy Randolph. The proud mother to-be was lavished with many beautiful and useful gifts. Those in attendance were: Mrs. Diane Lane, Mrs. Denise Payton, Mrs. Minnie Rich, Mr. and Mrs. George Washington, Ms. Valerie Pouncey,-Mrs. Joann Pouncey, Mrs. Mary Bryant, Mrs. Georgia Hilliard, Mrs. Elizabeth Whitehead, Mrs. Mary Frank Hudson, Mrs. Louvenia Bryant, Master Morgan Spivey, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Roney, Ms. Rachel Godsey, Tiffany Ward, and Keith Ward. The hostesses were: Mrs. Mae E. Bryant and Mrs. Mary E. Ward. HERE' FROM PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Thelma H. Brown had as her house guest, her cousin, Mrs. Ursula Cooper of Philadelphia. Mrs.Cooper's. visit was a relief from the snow and cold weather. She also spent some time with her other cousins, Mrs. Lucille Johnson and Edward Hill. 248-1921 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 Contact Member Of Sorority For Information BETHUNE-COOKMAN ALUMNI The B-CC Alumni November meeting was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris. Committees gave reports and plans were finalized for the Florida Classic. Alumni members were asked to contribute to the Matching Grant Rally. Plans were made to participate in the Dr. Martin Luther King Parade. The historic Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune stamp is available through the Alumni Chapter. Any chapter member may be contacted if stamps are needed. The annual Christmas Meeting will be held at the residence of President Helen Young, 6113 N. 23rd St., Thursday, December 19, at 7:30p.m. All alumni members are invited to come and join in the Christmas Cheer. At the time the Alumni will kick-off their Annual Membership Drive, a Nominating Committee will be appointed for election of officers in January for the 1986 year. Reports will be given at this meeting of a c tivities and finances of the Florida Classic game. SUNSHINE SOCIAL CLUB The Sunshine Social Club met at the home of Mrs. Serena Bythewood, 7404 Elliott St. last Thursday night for its last meeting of the year. This club was formed under the leadership of the late Mrs. Rachel James as a charity club. During the Christmas Season, the club gives financial gifts t.o sick and shut-in. It has been organized for 45 years in Port and has members throughout the City of Tampa. Each year the club gives a Christmas Party for members and friends. .... -...1 f = :r fD I = = fD 5i' This year they will take a cruise with friends. "'= Those at the club meeting last Thursday night enjoyed a g. regular Christmas Dinner were: Mrs. A. D. Horton, Mr. and = Mrs. Issac LeGrand, Mrs. Viola Flemmings, Mrs. Senita ;. Moland, Mrs. Hash, Mrs. M. Sampson, Mrs. Ossie Stroud, 2. and Mrs. Serena Bythewood. The meeting was conducted by t!!j Mrs. Fostella Smith. < 'fD were: Mrs. Maggie Kiner, Mrs. Louise Peterson and Miss Antionette Reid. ')oooj Mrs. Annie Randolph, Reporter, and Serena Bythewood, c President 1 MIDDLETON CLASS OF The Middleton Class of 1971 will meet Tuesday, December 17, at 7 p.m., at the school. Remember to bring canned goods or non-perishable items for the First Annual Christmas Public Donation Drive. The next scheduled meeting is Saturday morning at 10 a.m., December 21. Meetings are held twice monthly. June 1986, is the target date for the 15-year Class Reunion. Contact S. B. Rich, 933-8299. BAY CITY TEMPLE NO. 158 = e ::r Mrs. Virda L. Curry was re-elected to serve as Daughter Ruler of Bay City Temple for another six months Serving with : her will be Ruth Smith, V. Dt. Ruler; Oral Lee Small, Assistant e Dgt. Ruler; Gladys Anderson, Financia.I Secretary; Clinnie Cray, Treasurer; Ruby R. Lipscombe, Recording Secretary; Fannie Thomas, Chaplain; Loreather Borum, Escort; Pauline Green, Door Keeper; Lena Welsey, Gate Keeper; and Trustees, Ernestine Hicks, Verlion Jordan, Gloria Robinson, Lillian Smith and Daisy Thomas. The election was held by P.G.D.R. Ira B. Floyd, Grand Deputy of District Six, Temple of Elks. Recently, the Bay City Temple and Lodge, sponsored a "Stay Home" Tea. Funds from this activity will be used to help set up the "John D. Floyd Scholarship Fund." This will help to keep alive the idea of giving that was shown during the life of the Late J.D. Floyd, who served for years on the local, state, regional and national level of the Improved Benevolent, Protective Order of Elks of the World. Said funds will help a worthy youth continue his or her education. This was a volunteer effort with Mrs. Lucille B. Johnson, State Directress of Education as the sponsor. Friends helping were: Mr. and Mrs. tonzo Williams, Harry Anderson, Ben Wilson; Lillian Smith, Annie B. Williams, Mattie WiR2S, Otis Harris, J. T. Williams, James Davis, Mary Harris, Ida Moncar, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Borum, Gladys Anderson, G. V. Stewart, Tommy Cowan, Cornelius Matthews, Ruth Smith, Mitchell Felder, G. Glover, Thelma H. Brown, Virda L. Curry, R. Lipscombe, Henrietta Johnson, Pauline Green, Clinnie McCray, Margaret Prince, Verlion Jor dan, Anna Harper, Gloria Sylvester, Ernestine Hicks, Audrey "d Black, Florence Bryant, Virginia Brown, Frances Kelley, > Mildred Pollen, Lena Wesley, Thomasena Floyd, Dr. David ;; Smith, Jetie B. Wilds, Fannie Thomas, Oral L. Small, Doris Z Wiliams, Geraldine McDonald. .... ---------------'...... ........................




The Rev. James M. Marion and his wife, Carolyn were honored Sunday by the New Philadelphia Missionary Bap tist Church for his seventh year of productive service as the pastor. Special guests were the Rev. S. J. Haynes and the Mt. Olive M .B. Church of Medulla; the Rev. A. Mun ford, Shiloh M.B. Church, Dunedin; and the Rev. C. E. Edwards, St. Mark, Port Tam Rev. And Mrs. James M. Marion Baptist Richard Woodburn, Eddie George and Keith Anderson. Yule Tidings With The Bay Area Chamber Of Commerce At A Special Christmas Party Saluting black employers, their employees, and supporters. James Marion, Aaron Akinpelu, Matthew and Estella Marion. Join Us As Local Elected Officials, Business Owners, Employees And Guests Toast The Holiday Season. On DECEMBER J9, J985 From 6:30-J0:30 P.M. At The MIDNIGHT EXPRESS, Tampa Park Plaza "The Need Of Local Black Unity And Business Development" Will Be The Sub;ect Of ATTY. WARREN DAWSON Moster Of Ceremonies Guest Speakers: PERRY HARVEY JEFF BECKELMAN RUBIN PADGETT JAMES HARGRETT EARL MOORE BAAC President j f lo!j ;. 00 = -:r !!. I = E. ;--:r '"0 = g: (;}' =-c. ..., = fD "!' > = c. lo!j .. I C") -= = -=--= = (II "C > Donation: $ J 5.00 R.S.V.P. By Dec. J 8 Wakena Gowins, LaConya Annie Everett, Food-Music-Gifts-Free Cocktails Ollie Gowins and Claudette Carr. .................... .................................................. ........


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Mr. T. And Emmanuel Lewis Springsteen's Sassy Sax Man Star In Christmas Special Is His Own Boss These Days An unhappy latchkey child o learns the true meaning of NEW YORK ';}. sound Christmas when he accepts the like Bruce, don't sax guidance of a kindly sidewalk player Clarence Clemons, :: Santa and comes to realize whose voice is hoarse and soft !iil that the greatest holiday gift a cold and "too much := cannot be bought, in the sitfging." That's Bruce-NBCTV Yuletide special Springsteen, in whose band "Mr. T. and Emmanuel Lewis Clemons had played for 14 in A christmas Dream," to be years. rebroadcast Friday, Dec. 20 The Springsteen express is (9-10 p.m. NYT; repeat of on temporary hold, but 12/16/84), on WXFL-TV Clemons, 44; is hardly idle, Channel 8. juggling .acting offers and proThe stars, Mr. T. (of NBC's rooting his new solo album, The A-Team'') and Emmanuel EMMANUEL LEWIS Hero. Lewis, are joined by illusionist The LP's first single David Copperfield, singer friend Lester, iCe skaters Ran-You're A Friend Of Mine, a Maureen McGovern, ventrilody Gardner and Tai Babilonia, duet with longtime pal d c Jackson Browne-is No.'27 quist Willie Tyler and his the world-famous Ra 10 1ty Musci Hall Rockettes and the and rising on Billboard's American Boychoir. chart. MR.T, (Answers To Quiz) Young Billy encounters sidewalk Santa Benny on a midtown Manhattan street one day shortly before Christmas. The boy lias none of the seasonal high spirits usually found in a child his age. Benny bets Billy that he can change the lad's sour attitude about everything pertaining to Christmas. Benny says that, unlike Billy, hehas no faniily, but his friends magician Dave, singer Maureen, ven triloquist Jim and his dummies Looey and Buster (played by Willie Tyler and Lester), and the skaters demonstrate the warmth and cheer that make Christmas giving and sharing unique. Prior to the party that ny's friends have planned at the Radio City Mu 1 nc Hall, Billy falls asleep and dreams that he joins the Rockettes in their Christmas show favorite, the March of the Woooc!en SENTINEL TOP 10 ALBUMS 1. Caravan Of Love ......... Isley! Jasper! Isley 2. In Square Circle ............... Stevie Wonder 3. Rock Me Tonight ......... Freddie Jackson 4. Color Of Success ........................ Morris Day 5. Romance 1600 .... Sheila E. 6. Who's Zoomin' Who ... Aretha Franklin 7. Patti Labelle ..... Patti Labelle 8. As The Band Turns On Atlantic Starr 9. Street Called Desire .... Rene & Angela 10. Whitney Houston Whitney Houston 11. So Many Rivers Bobby Womack 12. Ready For The World : Ready For The World 13. Single Life ....... Cameo 14. Maurice White ..... Maurice White 15. The Night I Fell In Love ... Luther Vandross 16. Restless ... Starpoint 17. TaMara & The Seen .. TaMara & The Seen 18. Promise ....... Sade 19. How Could It Be .. Eddie Murphy 20. All For Love .......................... New Edition "This record is my baby, so its success is a much more per sonal thing. When I play with Bruce, it's his thing, so he worries about all the details. Now it's me, so I'm worrying ... Browne appears in the video, which also features a cameo by Browne's long time girlfriend Daryl Hannah "She's more beautiful in per son than on film," Clemons says. You;re A Friend Of Mine was originally planned as a duet with Springsteen, but, says Clemons ; "Bruce was too busy, with the tour and his new marriage, so he didn't have time to do it But I think it worked out for the better for me. "My friendship with Bruce is obvious, so when he couldn't do it, I picked up my address book and started thumbing through. I didn't have to go very far." Hero is Clemons' second solo album, but the first album to feature his singing "I've sung all my life in church choirs, but I've never really learned how to sing lead vocals." To polish his vocal chops, Clemons worked with two coaches. Much of his rehearsing had to be late at night. "I didn't want to wake peo ple up, so I'd drive out to a va cant lot to sing ... Cops would come up to me and wonder Soldiers. <\t the party, Maureen sings "Sleigh Ride" and the whole cast and choir join in for a medley of tradi tional carols CLARENCE CLEMONS what I was doing screaming at the top of my lungs in the middle of the night." During a break in the tour last February, Clemons and Christina had a baby boy, and Clemons who has two teen-age sons by an earlier marriage says his domestic side is blossoming. "We just moved into a new house (in Sea Bright, N.J.) and it's the first time in my life I've ever had a real dining room. I'm looking forward to Christmas. I'm gonna be downstairs with the camera rolling when my wife brings that baby down to see his first Christmas tree. It's a simple pleasure. I guess it's part of becoming an adult.'' .1:" Philip Thomas: Mr. Christmas? MIAMI Philip Michael Thomas is super slick as Ricar do Tubbs; is one-half of the Miami Vice starring duo. lje has also just released his first album, Livin' The Book Of My Life. But his attitude strikes many people as grotes que. In a cover story, People calls him "Miami's Mouth." lqside, the headline is "The Ego Has Landed," referring to Thomas. oft-repeated, audacious, self-centered com ments about his owl greatuess. Among his notions: "1m like Gandhi in a sense." "We've becqme bigger than the Beatles." Or this gem: "There are only a few who will be the Fords, the Edisons, the Carnegies, and I think I'm in that number." Now before Thomas or anyone else claims he was mis quoted, listen to what he told USA Today when asked, quite simply, what he wants for Christmas. "I am Christmas!" he insists. "You know what the ad will be for the LP? 'Take me home and turn me on Philip Michael Thomas for Christmas I'm Santa Claus this year ... 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r; e SPO fSfllllll:: I 4 WJITH ,. -1. RANDY BY RANDOLPH KINSEY-No Bo For The Colt It's a shame that the BucrespeG!ive games. Yet, : the caneers will play its final game Steelets came .from behind .to of the 1985-86 season against defeat the B1iffalo Bills while Bay rather .than the the Cowboys came from Buffalo Bills. If that was the behind to win their game. case, the two teams could setUnfortunately, the Steelers tle the Bo Jackson Derby. victory went for naught. The Going into last Sunday's Steelers missed the playoffs schedule, three teams the for the third time in the last 14 Tampa Bay Bucs, the Inyears. The Dallas victory notdianapolis Colts and the Bufched them the division crown falo Bills were left in the and assured them of a spot in race for the number one draft the playoffs. pick. Cowboys coach Tom LanThe Bucs eliminated the dry would like to get his team by losing to them 31-23. into the Super Bowl this year. Bucs now must lose to Rumors in Dallas have it that Green Bay Sunday to be Landry, the only head coach S assured of getting the number the Cowboys have ever had, is ;: one pick in the 1986 NFL seriously thinking about giving draft. The Buffa.Io Bills kept up the head coaching job of their hopes alive by blowing a that very successful franchise. lead and losing to the A trip to the Super Bowl Steelers. would make that a certainty. Steve Young played proEagles bably his best game as a_Buc. A Job Well Done He demonstrated that at times The Brandon Eagles foot-c I he can throw the ball deep ball team, coaches and loyal c with a reasonable degree of acfans should be very proud of curacy. Still, Young had trouwhat they have accomplished "CC ble picking up his secondary this past football season. The c: r eivers and throwing poor Eagles compiled a fine 11-2 < key situations. But record, falling two victories I'll let it be known that Young can short of the class 5A Big not s houlder the Bucs loss School State Football Cham alone. pionship. t' The same problems that The Eagles lost to Pensacola have plagued the all year Woodham in the semi-final led to the Bucs 13th defeat. game by a score of 27-14. The 'i Stellar back James Wilder game was played in Pensacola .c: fumbled at the O>lts 8 yard on a very cold night. The .f5 Consistant kicker Eagles committed two costly ::iS _&. .......... an first half turnovers and Jell point and had a field behind early. c: attempt blocked. Steve The Eagles coaches and was sacked in players wanted to win the state = ons .and then un-. championship, and they have g penalties -kept the the material to do it. But fate 7 drive alive. was not to have it that way. ----c: Except for one defensive Still Hillsborough County on their two yard line, should be proud o f the Eagles Bucs defense was almost and the job they did this All day long, it r:C a case of the Colts offense stopping themselves. The Bucs were lucky though less than 26,000 people showed up to witness the Bucs lose still another game they could have won. A Bad Day For Quarterbacks Some days it just doesn't pay to get out of bed. Sunday was that kind of day for some National Football League quarterbacks. Two teams, the Dallas Cowboys anp the Pitts burgh Steelers, had both their and second quarterbacks. and put "of their season. A Hint To College Coaches Football season is over in Hillsborough County, and there were several outstanding teams in the county, Brandon, Plant, Armwood, Gaither and Hillsborough High Schools head the list. Everybody knows about the blue chippers here, but let it be known that there are quite a few athletes just below the blue chip level in this County. Thomas C. Hills, Inc. Attention First Time Home buyers We Have Fla.'State Bond Money Available Now! Must Apply Between Dec. 9-18 For Info Call Mr. Hills At the. locker room deadlocked, 17-17. Defensively, the Dues ap pear to be caving in, as well. However, injuries to key player is a good excuse. The Bucs defensively have been victimized by nagging injuries to Ron Holmes, Jeff Davis, and back-up veteran, Cecil Johnson. Scott Brantley was recently placed on injured reserve. Prior to that, Brantley too has never been at full strength. It was no surprise that late in the game the Colts' strong running game began to take its toll. The Dues and Young have one final opportunity to set something positive for next year. They close out the 1985 season at hoine in Tampa Stadium Sunday, against the Green Bay Packers. Rudolph Harris. There was no snowy bliz zard at Tampa Stadium Sun day, nor was there any foreign elements to even hint alibi. The was ideal for football, ,!'North or South. However, the Tampa Bay Buc caneers fell before the, almost as lowly, Indianapolis Colts, 31-23. More critically, only 25,000 fans bothered to show up, an indication that the con clusion on quarterback Steve Young had already been drawn. Even if Young had had a magnificient day, a iypical Buc crowd of old would not have witnessed it all. Bucs The Fall Short Colts On Against Sunday However, Mr. Young did not come through when he was BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer need_ed the most. On two occaThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers sions late in the game with the and Indianapolis Colts played Bucs barely behind, the each other touchdown for Brigham Young University touchdown and field goal for standout threw interceptions field goal on Sunday, until the spelling the pits for the Bucs. Colts intercepted two Steve The only "bright" spot is that Young passes deep in the the Bucs, with the poorest Buc's endzone and late in the record in the NFL, are assured fourth quarter to salvage an of the number one, first pick, eight point victory. in the upcoming dnift. The Colts moved out on The irony surrounding top, 24-23, when their quarterYoung is that he is not exactly back, Mike Pagel, ran a sho_rt a rookie, even though the local distance for the touchdown m media gives him such a the fourth quarter. Donald lgbenefit. Then too, Tampa Bay webuike had missed an extrafans are aware of raw rookie point attempt after the Bucs performances happening in scored earlier in the fourth Washington, leading the Redquarter. Several plays later, skins, and in Dallas Sunday, full back Randy McMillan ran where a third string rookie the ball in for another Colt comes off of the bench to lead touchdown score. the Cowboys to victory in a The Buc offense exploded in crucial game. Steve Young and the first quarter after the alibis for him just can't hold Colts scored a quick up in the face of such out. touchdown. Young completed standing by a 59 yard pass down the right other quarterbacks 'wlt\ even side to Kevin House, James less experience. Wilder gained 13 yards on a The attendance at Tampa reverse from Young to Gerald Stadium Sunday was the Carter then to Wilder, then lowest in the history of the two plays later Wilder scored franchise. Surely, the Bucs will from nine yards out. have to make some guarded Jn the second quarter, as the draft choices to attract a good seconds were ticking down, season ticket sale for 1986. It Young threw the ball into the is almost a must that the Bucs endzone which was tipped by draft a big name player. And Carter and caught by House while running back may be the for six points. The score was strongest position on the club tied, 17-17: at the half. with James Wilder and Ron Head coach Leeman BenSprings, Bo Jackson is the bignett didn't have much to say gest name around. The Bucs, after the Buc's 13th loss of the may be forced to go for Bo. season. But here are the Excusing those two crucial players' comments: interceptions, Young did not According to House, those have such a bad game. hi fact, first big plays in the lady luck shined on him game "uplifted the crowd and seconds before the half when the team. It sparked us early." wide receiver Kevin House He also "I had been became the benefactor of a waiting for that call (the long prior to game time that we were going to run that play," he explained. "It gave me time to get my moves down and get psyched out." The play called right before half time on Sunday was the same play called in the closing seconds of the Miami game. Carter tips it and House cat ches it. "I was impressed by the way we came out," House said. "I wondered was that the Bucs because we were getting pretty good results." According to Jimmie Giles, "I didn't expected it to be a close game. We came out with the idea that we wanted to open the ballgame up, and on the first play we had the con cept that we wanted to win. "But unfortunately things happen which you can't predict," he said. "They had good plays. They played exact ly how we expected them to, they had key plays individually and defensively." Wilder added, "Offensively we did some good things, but we made some critical errors and got behind!' .: ;_., According to David Logan, "They didn't do we hadn't seen (in film). But they had a good.pffepsive line, they have a McMillan, and well. With that kmd df com bination you will a good game, and they did." Ervin Randle added, "We had our ups and downs, our highs and lows in the second half. Their first big play we stopped them, we had them, but they got it back. 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............................................................................... CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT... < 2 bedrooms, 65/week. 209 MONEY TALKSI Light Industrial Building PRIVATE INVESTORS WANTEDII 0 W. Gladys. 229-8063 or 1 and 2 bedroom apts. for for rent, (2) 25x(i0 units, 302 Will consdider any situaBack issues of the Sentinel 883-4373. rent, a/c, I&M Apts., 1002 N. Oregon. Call ; :237-4618. tion. Homeowners only. Bulletin, 20C each. Will pick ?;1 ------------:'1 Lemon St. 258-5151. 1--------...... --t 963 0565 d up 237 8529 """ Clean apartment and 3 bedroom unfurnished 1-----...;..' _ay;..s_. _____ ...., __ __ -__ _____ ...;.. bedrooms for rent, carpeted. ... n.. #-. .. ..... -t"'. Jlouse, water furnished. 801 HOME REPAIRS ::= 2502 N H d .,._ .. :""' ...... S Cl C II ft 5 Be on the radio within 2 ... owar apartment, Hyde Park area, : t.. au. a a er Remodeling Painting weeks. No experience ;-1 HOUSE FOR RENT FREE Color TV with 1 year 877-5951 Panel 1 ng, Floors w1 ndows ... 1-------------t necessary. American Radio 3 bedrooms. Section 8 reciSection 8 F.E Stereo Doors Screens. Network is offering an opporpients only. Progress Village, Radio with 6 mortth regular Unfurnished 1 house, 1803 "Call Me Last and Save" tunity for career-minded peo8 201 DahHa Ave. For inforlease. Call: 831-5530 or Central Ave.; 1 bedroom unLOUIS BENJAMIN f h d h 2203 23 d pie in the field of broadcasting mation call677-7301. 251-5154. urms e ouse, r (813)239-1486 St., water furnished. Call after 1-------------1 to receive on-air experience. 1 bedroom/1 bath, $160/month plus deposit. Of fice 626-7131: home 685-6204. 4 bedrooms/2 baths, 3214 E. Henry, rent-to-buy. Won't last! Furnished, carpeted effi5 p.m. 877-5951. MORTGAGE LOANS Not a job, not a school. Call ciency for rent; a/c-heat, near 1---------------t NO CREDIT CHECKI 221-FMAM. Hillsborough Ave. & 40th 3 bedroom unfurnished TONY MUNIZ, Jr. Street. $200/month, $100 house, stove and refrigerator Licensed Mtg. Bkr. AVON II 2 2 ft Looking for an opportumty deposit. Ca 6 1-177 a er furnished. 2203-Bristol Ave. 6304 N. Nebraska Ave. to earn extra money for 5 p.m. 626-7907. 237-5011 d d Xmas? Representatives nee e Apt. for rent by week or 2 bedroom unfurnished apt. Great bargains! TV' Radio in your area. For more informonth. Call 885-4519. in Belmont Hts. Ava'lable 1 m( t ) 1 mation call 685-3227. GORDON COMMEE REALTOR 626-7131 or 685-6205 SPACIOUS ap s1ze e ectric dryer, mediately. Children welcome. clothtng and more. 1-------------a Rent $175/month. Children Reasonable pr1'ces'. /C'all LOW INTEREST 3 bedroom/1 bath, in nice ..:.. welcome. Security deposit 933-6456. MORTGAGES neighborho/od whitlh fentcedd $110. 253-2539 or 1---W-a ... sh._e_r_s_/_D_r_y_e_rs----1 Call Us!. -We Can Help! yard, $300 mont nteres e 221 0304 ACCURATE MORTGAGE 908 NO. WILLOW (at Cypress) 1 bedroom furnished apt. water furnished, $195/month, $100 deposit. Manager, Apt. 2. 837-4971. 2 3 M d .Refrigerators/Freezers call 253-11 on ayBROKER Friday, 9 5 __ D_u_p-le_x_f_o_r_r_e_n-t,--W-/_D....., Starting At Just 14540 N. Florida Avenue. ROOMS FOR RENT hookup, W/W carpet, central $5.00 Call Alan, days 963-0565: e Ybor City & Fla. Ave. air/heat, fenced yard. Price nights 963-1956. !!.. $315/ th 1 1st Week!s Rent 1------------=' Columbus Dr. Areas range mon P us HOME LOANS C lean, comfortable, furdeposit. Free Service p t = 2309-32nd Street Duplex for rent in Sulphur 23&-6461 rtvate money-mstan ;= 2 bedroom duplex, nished, includes utilities and Springs, $ 275/month plus approval-credit not important. : $75/week, $150 security cooking facilities. 238-3244 or deposit. Call 972_2513 1-------------1 Fast friendly service! Tampa = Large 2 bedroom frame 2 bedrooms, central MQrtgage Loans Up To call, 525-8598. 3916 E. HAIIINA house, $240month$65/week. air/heat, garage, washer, $25,000 Unfurnished 2 bedroom 1802 N. Armenia (West Tamburglar alarm, carpet, nice No Credit Check $280; 4204 E. Commanchee, pa). 238-1697. neighborhood, on busline; Fast Service II\r. furnished 1 bedroom, $200, L..-----------t $370/month plus security ![!" r TOM P MARTINO .... t .... << security depos1t requued. ROOMS FOR RENT deposit. Please call: ::::.. "' 239 1101 Large furnished rooms with 626 1838 INC., REAL TOR 2018 E. 7th Avenue -----------1 burglar bar door, near Florida 248_6111 ....,= 1 bedroom apartment for Ave., newly .remodeled 1-----------....... ._ ____ _... _____ --i "' rent, month or week. Adults. bathroom. Kitchen privileges; MISCELLANEOUS Install doors, ceililg fans, f!l Includes utilities. 932-2856. $45/week plus $15.00 deposit security lights, and 1--------------t Christmas special on all required.. 221-0304 or Low rates. Free estims1tes. Call Adults, furnished rooms 253-2539. Mary Kay products. See M44r2s3. 621-8483. and apartments, convenient 1------------t Marie Whitehurst at 1------------1 location, very nice. WEST TAMPA Booker T. Drive, 238-3004 Open your own beautiful 228-9538. 3 bedroom house, just after 3:30 Monday, Dec. discount shoe store. Ladies or -----------1 remodeled, nice 8-20, 1985. Come shop for Children. Nationally known Ntce rooms for rent for nice neighborhood, convenient Christmas. brands. Jordache Bear people, utilities paid; location, 1732 Pine St.; Traps Bandolino West $35-$45/week. Call254-3975 s325/month, $150 deposit. AUTO_ HOME_ iiFE Johansen Evan Picone or 961-2458. Call 248-6256. Section 8 USA Pro Keds Child Life -------------1 FAST CLAIM SERVICE Cherokee Giggles and many o.k. RATES FOR GOOD AND more. All fl'rst q uality merNice clean rooms for rent, 1-------------t BAD DRIVING chand1'se, $15,900 to $19,900, for nice clean working people, YBOR CITY RECORDS lncludes beoinning inventoryall utilities paid, $35 $45. 2 bedroom block duplex e Women welcome. Call: apt., 2607-11th Ave.; INSURANCE training-fixtures-grand open- _2_5_4-_3_9_7_5_o_r_9_6_1_-_2_4_5_8_. -:---1 $250/month, $125 deposit. ing promotions and round trip Call 248_6256 HAMIL TON AGENCY air fare for one. Call today! Cozy 2 bedroom apt., Ybor We can have your store openCity, $125/month, couple or 1720 North Nebraska Ave ed in 15 days. PRESTIGE YBOR CITY single male preferred. Ask for 1 bedroom block apt., PHONE : 229-1879 FASHIONS, 501-329-2362. Clint, 248-1442, weekends during day. stove, refrigerator and carpet, .J.T .T lh In this land of plenty, let us celebrate Christmas in warmth singles preferred; $45/week, 1-------------t $100 deposit. 248-6256. PAY YOUR CHRISTMAS BILLS BEER & WINE Earn two ways. Join Avon fT&W Large 1 bedroom apt., TAVERN now for only $5.00. Sell 1'n $245/month, approved by Established clientele, for Section 8 969_3849 neighborhood or where you lease, $700/month. Call 1------...;..------1 work. Call Pat, 969-0206. or Monday-Friday, 9-5, APT. FOR RENT 238-8128. 253-2113. bed /1 b th ...__ ________ 2 large rooms a ,. ... HOUSE FOR RENT Buffalo & Florida 3 bedroom/2 bath nice newly remodeled, w/w carpet, ceiling fans, private laun dromat, $295/month plus deposit. 229-0833 (Walt). Remodeling, repairs and ad ditions, all types. Licensed Contractor. Quality work 238-3244. clean house, big yard, carpet, 1------------t--------------j tn/.tr IMMEDIATE RESULTS 1 _5 ___ j No APPOINTMENT NEcEssARY g-&Ynuzatio-ru n.i/roa& cwa.d:zble &tuureiuy; {;Birth / Jeroiceu > = c. I = =YBOR CITY INCLUDING PAP SMEARS, VD SCREENING, ., 2 bedr,oom/1 bath apart-$ CASH $ ALL METHODS OF BIRTH CONTROL > large living room, utility room; $345/month plus deposit. Adults only. Call 933-1279 8 a.m.-9 p.m. ment, new paneling and FOR YOUR PROPERTY SOUTH TAMPA NORTH TAMPA carpets, completely remodelEven if behind In payments or 1-3 1 and 2 bedroom duplex, ed. Section 8 approved. Con.. 3 needs repairs. 251-0505 961-7907 stove, refrigerator, air, carpet, tact David Bowers: 1302 S Dale Mabry 14704 N Florida Ave WALLACE Z. BOWERS RESIDENTIAL INVESTMENT Member of National Formerly Tampa Counselinq .._, burglar bars. 415 Forest REALTY CORP. 11 Abortion Federation and Abortion Center Avenue. Very clean. Call ...... L. .... .... ..


WILSON LOUVINIA P. CLARK Funeral services for Mrs. [/) c Louvinia P. Clark, of .52 2720-llth Ave., who passed ::ij away, Thursday, December lilol. 12, will be held, Thursday, .c December 19, at 1 P.M. at 0 Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, = with Rev. J. H. Howell, of ficiating. Interment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. I Mrs. Clark was a native of Eufaula, AL and a resident of Tampa for many years. She was a graduate of Tampa Bay Vocational Technical Center. She leaves to mourn her pass ing: a devoted husband, Sgt. Charles Clark; son, Charles Clark III; a loving and devoted mother, Mrs. Mary L. Humphrey and husband, Luther Pete of Tampa; father, Louis Harris of Clayton, AL; 5 sisters, Juanita Wesley and husband, Otis, Helen Brown, Patricia Ann Davis, Diana Jackie Palmore and Sonia Palmore Humphrey, all : of Tampa; 2 bro. thers, Johnny Lee Austin and Larry '3 Palmore, both of Tampa; =? aunts, WiiUe Bell McClendon 1i and husband, Sam of Tampa, : Rosa Bishop, Ethel Deloch and husband, Sylvester, Emrn rna Skipper, all of Eufaula, Gi AL, Katie Bell Patrick and Lelia Mae Bruning, both of Tampa; 1 uncle, Ro.,ert Patmore of Tampa; a hpst of other ..sorrowing relatives and friends, among whom are: Linda Fields Gooden, Janice E. Fields, Deborah Fields Milliner, Harriet D. Fields, and Hazel and Arnold Fields, all of Tampa. The remains repose at Aikens Funeral atiOillle Chapel from 5 to 9 Wednesday evening. The will receive friends 7 to 8 P.M. The funeral will arrange from lth Ave. "AIKENS HOME." PUGHSLEY JOSE L. GRINAN (PAPA GRINAN) Funeral services for Mr. Jose Luis (Papa Grinan) Grinan, of 902 Nor th Newport Avenue, who passed away December 15, will be held Thursday at 3 P.M. from St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, with Father Joseph O'Keefe, officiating. Inter111ent will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Mr. Grinan was a native of Remedio de las Villas, Cuba, and has resided in Tampa for 44 years. He was the establisher of an Artistic Tailor Shop in Ybor City and was a retired Tailor teacher at Don Thompson High School and also served as Coor dinator of the Adult Educa tion at Howard W. Blake High School Center. Mr. Grin an was also affiliated with the Florida State Teachers and the Classroom Teachers Associa tions, and the Masonic Lodge. Jose Grinan is survived by: a loving wife, Sylvia G. Grinan; 3 daughters, Mrs. Dol()res Blanchett, Mrs. Carmen Whit tington and husband, Horace and Mrs. Sylvi" Chatmon, Tallahassee, FL; 1 son, Jose Francisco Grinan and wife, Rene, Miami, FL; 3 grandSOilS, Earl Blanchett, Ronald Blanchett and wife, Lorrie, Atlanta, GA, and Corey Pressley; 5 granddaughters, Carmen Blanchett, Felicia Chatmon, Port Royal, SC, Gina Cunningham, Sherry Chatmon, Tallahassee, and Amora Grinan, Miami, FL; 3 great grandsons, Earl Blan chett, Jr., Carl Blanchett, and Ashley Blanchett, Atlanta, Ga; 5 great granddaughters, Chemia Blanchett, Jessica Blanchett, Monica Addison, Amore Blanchett, and Dolores Blanchett; a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins; 2 WILSON'S brothers-in-law; 2 sisters-in-FUNERAL HOME law and other relatives and 3001 29th friends. The remains will lie in state at Pughsley Cathedral 0 "Our Business Is Service" after 5 P.M. Wednesday. The Phone: 241-6125 family will receive on Wednesday evening from 8 f-< AIKENS HOME until 9 P :M. and Rosary SerCor. Buffalo & 28th St. vices at" 8:30 P.M. at the 232 8725 Funeral Home. The funerat f-< cortege will leave from 3918 We're The Key To Laurel. PUGHSLEY FREDDIE D FELDER Funeral services for Mr. Freddie D. Felder, Sr. of 2904-24th Ave., who passed away in a local hospital, will be held Tbursday at 1 P.M. at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church with the Rev. A. Leon Lowry, officiating. Interment will be in the family plot at Shady Grove Cemetery. He is by: his wife, Daisy Felder; 2 sons, Freddie, Jr. and wife, Cynthia, and Robert and wife, Deborah; 1 daughter, Debrah Cooper; 12 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren; 6 brothers, Mitchell and wife, Rae, Porter Henry, Eddie, Booker T. and wife, Deborah of Tuskegee, AL, Benjamin (Billy), and Bobby of Wash., DC; 2 sisters, Lela Moss and Hazel Womack and husband, Ernest; 2 aunts, Eddie Lee Burrell and Jewel Duncan; 1 uncle, Nicholas Fluker of Waycross, GA; host of nieces, nephews, an'd cousins, and other relatives and friends. A native of Argyle, GA, Mr. Felder had resided here most of his life'. A World War II Navy veteran, he was a brick mason and a retired employee of the City of Tam pa, Parks Division. The re mains will repose after 5 P.M. Wednesday at Wilson's Funeral Home and after 10 A.M. Thursday at the Church. THE REMAINS WILL NOT BE VIEWED FOLLOWING THE EULOGY. The family will receivJ! friends from 7 un til 8 p.M. Wednesday at the Funeral Home Chapel. The funeral cortege will arrange from 5012-39th St. "A WILSON'S SERVICE." FUNIRALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Roy Williams Funrol Hom 1417 N. Albany Ave. 253-3419 "When Understanding Is Needed Most" PUGHSUY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES 247-3 I 5 I or 247-3 I 52 ROGERS FUNERAL HOME PHONE 239:3101 Or 258.0764 4605 34th Street LADY ATTENDANT "WE GIVE Tl:lE FOR LESS." Q Fine Service FUNERAL HOME in charge. ..................................... In loving memory of my husband, Mr. Clifford James Longworth, who departed this life Dec. 17, 1980. Five years ago you heard the voice of Jesus say, Come unto me and rest. Lay down thy weary one, lay down, thou head upon my breast. Your wife, children, mother, father, stepfather, sisters and brother. 11'1 MEMORIAM In loving memory of our daughter, Sandra Louise Tug gerson, who departed this life Dec. 17, 1984. We love you, miss you, but God loved you Your father, Samuel Tug gerson; mother, Bertha Tug gerson; brother, George Tug gerson; grandmother, Lottie Baker and friends. CORRECTION In the funeral notice of Mrs. Beverly Freeman Williams, published Friday, Dec. 13th, the following names were omitted: mother-in-law, Mrs. Lula Mae Williams; father-in law, Mr. Emmanuel Williams; grandmother-in-law, Mrs. Willie Borden. The Sentinel regrets the error and apologizes to the family. 248-1921 Whatever You Need Classified Has It. < ,/ In loving memory of our love one, Cedric Davis, who departed this life Dec. 18, 1982. Our hearts still ache. We are still remembering the wonderful times we shared together. We love and miss you very much. Devoted parents, Winston and Josephine Davis; sisters, Gail and Ja. ckie; brother, Winston and wife, Janice; and ne_phew. NOTICESl BRYANT AND WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Willie E. Warren, 1705lf2 N. A St. Mrs. Altamese Btlrney, 2314 Spruce OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME Richmond Vaughn, 1521 N.W. 16th Ct., Ocala, FL. Oscar Harper, 1086 Gulf Ci ty Rd., Ruskin, FL. Mattie Avalo, 956 Union #95 John W. Higgins, Tampa Bay Downs Richard and Edwards, 2015 Davis St. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME. Mr. Jose Luis (Papa Grinan) Grinan, 902 N. Newport Ave. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Jessie Lee Nash, 1550 N. Nuccio Parkway Mr. Fred L. Harbin, Sr., P .0. Box 249, Cecilton, MD. Mrs. Margaret Clark, 4018 E. Osborne Baby Girl Dukes, P.O. Box 1319, Mango, FL. Miss Vanessa Tucker, 1001-Jlst Ave. Mr. Freddie D. Felder, Sr., 2904-24th Ave. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Louvinia Clark; Ave. Mr. Rudolph Harris, 1330 Nuccio Parkway, #A. SHADY GROVE FUNERAL PLAN FINAL EXPENSE LIFE INSURANCE PLAN Even If You Have Been Turned Down By Other Plans, Make Application. Ages 0-85 Eligible To Apply. All Ages Are Eligible For Any Amount$200 up to $3,000. Pay Your Beneficiary Or The Funeral Home of Your Choice. Company Cannot Cancel This Plan, Redvce Benefits or In crease Your Premium On This Burial life Insurance Plan. For Information Without Obligation Call Charles Reliford, General Insurance Agent; Owner & President Of Grove Funeral Home & Cemetery, 626, Or Write 46J.S I. Hanna Ave., Tampa, FL.


William Raspberry Man Fatally Shot After (Continued From Page 4) And soon. "I really think some kind of Angola or a o r pg Deal Goes so k .i':i. .. 0 that we are in what one could Zimbabwe situation are u.l. call a decisive phase of the making a mistake," he says. f'!l struggle. It's not the final "I think South Africa is ". Thirty-year-old Rudolph with two unknown-males phase yet, but it is the phase moving toward a Lebano n Harris, 1418 c Estelle confronted Ha,rris ; ;:a.1em;anch = that will determine whether situation, that was shot several ing that the l:l:l constructive change is frightening : times in the head Friday aftersomething," ac p ordiQg to possible If it doesn't happen "Why dQ. I )aY this? We noon by an unknown suspect, witness accounts. by the turn of the century, if it have a genei'atio n of 8 who fled in a red Volkswagon Harris allegedl : pulied out : isn't clearly under way by and 9 and 10 and J5 who are traveling west 00 Whitehead bag with white p owder i n _it, u. 1990, it will never happen being jailed, who are being Court in the Central Park Pro which police detectives feel But that doesn't mean that brutalized by the police, who was possibly cocaine. But the whites would be well-advised have been tortured, who have picture, stand with their fist in suspect allegedly re 1 ected the air and shout 'Amandla!' to cling to power while waiting seen their little friends shot to package a .nd demanqed for the liberation struggle to death for no reason at all, who (Xhosa for Power!) or 'Vive money. exhaust itself. The alternative have experienced the vi9lence Boesak!' It is not a com to a failed liberation effort is the tear gas and the guns. pliment. I know they mean Barker explained that the not continued white domi What will those kids be like well, but what in the world are suspect pulled out a revoh ; er, nance, but the ungovernacome 1990 and the situation we doing with our 4-year-old RUDOLPH HARRIS shot the victim in the head bility of the country, Boesak hasn't changed? kids? By the time they are 6 or or three times, then believes. ''lt is not cute when mothers 7 or 8, they have grown ac jects. Harris fell tothe ground"People who think that bring me their 4-year-olds customed to Casspirs (ar-According to police cording to witness acwe'll be going from here to who, when they see me or my mored personnel carriers used spokesman Johnny Barker, counts suspect "stood Reeves Plumbing Co'"' 3818 N. 40TH ST. UNIT D. TAMPA, FL 33610 ''SANTA 'S SPECIAL '' MICUAEJ. R. RH. \ CFC025588 faucet Unstop Drain Water Heaters Garbage Disposals Ice Makers Line Plumbing fixtures For All Your Plumbing Needs Call Reeves 238;.4348 626-1838 Why should you spend more money than you should. There are many people that say they can help you but faiL This is no fake, it does not cost a lot of money. It guarantees to help you now: This T -Shirt has in it the God blessed power to heal all sicknesses, to help reunite the s eparated, to bring money in your life to make you win at numbers, horse s card s dice, lottery It has also kept people off the operating table it has made the blind to see and the crippled to walk Thousands of people have already been helped with this shirt. Men, women and children have had the good ness of God in their souls and bodies. Yes friends, that's right, no more evil, bad luck,-sickness, pains, misery You owe it to yoursel(family and friends to order your T -Shirt now It has helped people all o v er the world .letit happen to you God's T-Shirt comes inSM-L-XL and it has the real iinage of God on the fn ;>nt of it. This T Shirt costs $12.00 for one, $20.00 for two and $10.00 for each after two. No checks please by the security forces) and the shooting occurred at 1006 over him (Harris} and emptied police vehicles and they know Sharlotte Court at 3:45 p.m. his gun the victi m 's by then how to react to these Harris had a previous record, head." '' people. When they are 15, they he was arrested in 1976 on a Harris was treated by ma:y be able to make petrol felony for possession of marirescue in Tampa Gener i i!' s bombs and to throw them, but juana. Emergency room, but la'ter what does that do to our It was reported that the died at 4: 10 p m. The children? These are the things suspect -who was traveling !s s.till at large ... that I think are absolutely frightening. "I don't think we can hide this any longer. We have got to find a way of getting rid of the present government as soon as possible. White will have to do thl'!.t, and the side world will have to help. Something must happeri, and I mean in the very, very short term.' '\. MICHEL .. .... CHRISTOPHER Age 16 Height 5'2" Weight 105 Lbs. Black Female She Was Last Seen At East GateMall On Friday, December6, 1985. If Anyone Has Seen Her Or Knows Her Where abouts Please Contact Joseph Christopher 2237635 Or Carolyn Christopher238-2994. She Is An 11th Grade Student School. Holiday Schedule For Schools Released :if Winter holidays for students in the public schools in Hillsborough County begin following the end of the school d ay this Friday, Dec. 20th. The students and their teachers won't return to school until the Monday after Year's, Jan. 6, 1986. 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