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Being Positive Is Key For Businesswoman (SEE STORY ON PAGEl) All The News Fit To Print FLORIDA entinel uUefin VOL. 40 NO. 75 AMERICA'S SEMI-WEEKLY .. ....... "--110,000 READERS EACH EDITION Every Tuesday And Friday TAMPA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1985 Community Urged To Attend Tax Forum (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) ., .. -"":.: Woman's DiSappearance'Unusual' (SEE STORY ON PAGE 23) -' i__:.... .L-OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWAIIDS GIVEN AT TAMPA URBAN LEAGUE'S ANNUAL DINNER Tampa Urban League, Inc. honored many local citizens with special Tomorrow". Those who received awards included, left to right, Fred Reddy, Friday evening at its annual Equal Opportunity Dinner. The event was held at Helen Wilson, Dora Reeder, Dr. William Marsh, and Rubin Padgett, County Holiday Inn AirjJort. Dr. Frederick S. Humphries, President, Florida A&M Commissioner. University, was the speaker. The theme was, "Honoring Yesterday-Challenging


Positive The Key Thinking Has To Woman's Been Success State NAACP Concerned Over .. Direction of Democratic Party BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Managing Editor Kim Sanders is a young woman of 23, but she has the ;j wisdom of someone beyond her years. The Tampa nativ e ;;;J has been away from the city for a few years as her hus-= Q = I c band, Reginald, is a 10-year military man She returned to Tampa last November and since that time has been work ing towards "establishing a line of communication with younger people who think positively." Mrs. Sanders, the mother of two (LaKisha cuui Reginald, .), has New York, P,YO'enix, Calif rnia, New 0 l e ans and Atlanta ty that as influence flO !ef her QOSit.Ye b inl(WIIYW..__ positiveaspects she has < ot found I n Tampa. These are things she; along others who feel the ay' to instill in the y oung adults of this city through seminars. "We need a place to go, to learn about things that are necessary to being successful that will help us to get off welfare and set whatever goal s we need." Mr s. Sand e r s has an i dea tha t she ho pe s t o put i nto ac t i on along with he r sister Terri Co w en, a cosmetologist and owner of LaUnique Beaurii ty Salon on Howard Ave Their idea is to expand the pre sent business her sister owns t' and start one that will offer KIM SANDERS anything that can provide positiveness to the community and uplift an individual's total image "We must start thriving on knowing you can succeed. With faith in God and belief in self, it can be done. It has w orked for me," the daughter of Mrs. Mazola B. Cowen "I don't let negative criticism get next to me and others shouldn't thrive on the negative criticism. Just do the best you can with what you have. "If we can reach the young black males and females who waste their time standing on the streets, and they can go back into the community to br ing out others who sit and wait on the once a month public assistance, we will be building some positive aspects for Tampa," she stated Mrs Sanders has been a on:>fe:ssi,on;al beauty consultant The Florida State Con ference of NAACP Branches has expressedt-increasing con cern over the 'New Direction" taken by the State Democratic Party. This "New Direction" is described as a move to the so-Called center of mainstream American T.' H. Poole Sr., President of the State Conference, stated that there seems to be an ob vious attempt to exclude Bla-cks from the State Democratic party limelight ac tivities. This exclusion was noticed on two previous occa sions; once in the composition of the "front stage and center list" at the Tallahassee meeting and again at a subse quent meeting in Tampa. Now for a third time the exclusion of Blacks is obvious by the elite group of sponsors listed on the back of the Jefferson/ Jackson Day Dinner invita tions This obviously causes one to wonder if the Party expects to continue this trend, thus tak ing the Black vote for granted, or if the support from Blacks on election day is expected to be in direct proportion to the County Offices Closed Labor Day Child Support Payments Decline Sharply For Women Hillsborough County government offices and operations will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, in ob s ervan ce of Labor Day holiday. There will be no garbage collection in the unincor porated areas of the county on that day. The Southeast Coun ty Landfill and county transfer stations will be closed Sept. 2. The average child support payment to Black and White mothers declined significantly in real terms from 1978 to 1983, according to a report from the Commerce Depart ment's Census Bureau. The average received by Black women in 1983 was 26% below the amount reported in 1978 after adjusting for infla tion $1,470 versus $1,980. ai Payments to White women ;: a,ecu:nea by 130Jo, from $2,840 $2,480. According to an April 1984 survey, the average child sup port payment to Black women from 1981 to 1983 dropped by 18% ($1,800 to $1,470) after adjusting for inflation, while payments to White women showed no significant change. From 1978 to 1981, however, payments to White mothers fell by 16% ($2,840 to $2,390) while those Black mothers did not change significantly. Here are other findings from the survey: The proportion of Black women that had been awarded child support payments as of 1984 was about half that of Whites-34% compared with 67%. About half of the 2.3 million Black mothers of children with no father present had 1983 incomes below the poverty level. Only 30% of .... them had ever been awarded support payments, and the average payment was $1,160. About 240,000 Black and 650,90Q White women with in comes below the poverty level were due payments, about 60% of whom received some payment in 1983. Of the 2.6 million Black and 14.3 million White women ever-divorced or currently separated, 6% and 15% had ever been awarded alimony payments. Twenty-six percent of Black and 39% of White ever divorced women were awarded a property settlement in 1983. The survey was sponsored by the Commerce Department and the Office of Child Sup port Enforcement, Depart ment of Health and Human Services. Copies of Child Support and Alimony: 1983, Series P-23, No 141, are available from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Residential refuse normally collected on that day will be collected on the next scheduled pick-up day, Sept. 5, with allowance for up to twice the permitted amounts of waste The Hillsborough County Museum of Science and In dustry, 4801 E. Fowler Ave., will be open for visitors for the holiday. with Mary Kay since 1983 and has continued since she relocated to Tampa last year. She teaches skin care. "If I can make it at 23, you can make it at 33," the young woman stated. She is a member of Mt. Olive AME Church and serves on the usher board. Spot Advertising Works Go Classified THE GREAT REV. MAKO SPIRITUAL READER, HEALER, ADVISOR Tells past, present and future. He knows all, tells all. If you are sick and in bad health. Knows your enemies! Is your loved one drifting away? Do you need money? If you have a Curse or Bad Spell he can help you the bad luck. One visit can or maybe solve all your prob}ems. His specialty is getting the sick well and reuniting the loved ones. Lucky Days and Numbers are given. IF YOU NEED HELP DON'T HESITATE COME NOW, LATER MAY BE TOO LATE COME BY HIS OFFICE OR CALL 234, 219 W. HILLSBOROUGH AVE. 4 BLOCKS WEST OF 1, TAMPA. BUS RIDE FROM ANYWHERE. CLIP THIS AD FOR A SPECIAL READING recoginition; respect, and in volvement reflected in these recent State Democratic Party events. In a recent telephone s urvey conducted by Poole, it was revealed that while some top Black elected officials and other Black leaders, including Poole, received invitations to the dinner, none was asked to sponsor or participate in the planning of the dinner. To add insult to injury, no Black elected official is listed among persons to be honored. It ap pears that there is a systematic attempt to have only token representation by women, while Blacks have been exclud ed completely in representing the State Democratic Party. During the survey, l'ouae learned that Attorney Morris Milton, Chairman of the Democratic Black Caucus; Representative James T. Hargrett, Jr., Chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus; and Senators Carrie Meeks and Arnett Girardeau, each received invitations, but none was asked to serve in the planning stage or to serve as sponsors. As President of the Florida State Conference of NAACP Branches, "It will be my recommendation to our units across this state, that if we are to be excluded during the plan ning and highlight time Party, then we should chart our own course and be absent in the tally on election day", Poole said. "The Democratic ship of Florida must recognize that Black "Floridians uncier: stand that winnin_g in the up coming elections will be dif ficult WITH our support, and virtually impossible WITHOUT our support", Poole continued. Poole also warned that it must be "Nixon Clear" that the ticket is not the onl y choice Florida Black voters have. At the upcoming Black Leadership Summit several options will be con sidered to deal with the trend established by the State Democratic Party. MEL ABRAMS, M.D., P.A. Ear, Nose, and Throat Disease Diseases of the Sinus Announces Evening Appointments Now Avail_able Call For Same Day Appointments Medicare Assignments Accepted Across. 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County Sponsors Public Forum Computer Student Energetically On Budget And Tax Reforms Prepares For A Rewarding Career BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Writer Twenty-six-year-old Albert BY PATTY ALLEN grade point average, Owens ; Owens as Sentinel Staff Writer has been successfully tutoring This Saturday, August 24 beginning at noon, the Community Action Board of Hillsborough County will present a Public Forum address ing the issue of Combined Budget and Tax Reforms, at the Martin Luther King Community Center, 2300 North Oregon Ave., in West Tampa. being "very ambitious and ag -and teaching at the institute gressive, and I feel good about complete 14 months of study since January of 1985 't." at Tampa Technical Institute, "Teaching enhances my N : He added, "I was ambitious where he has been preparing knowledge tremendously," at an early age I've been for a career in computer stated the president of the working since I was nineengineering. Honors Society, and member After a 30 minute refreshment period, the program will get underway at 12:30 p.m., and last until 3 p.m. According to Arm Porter, "'-'1111''-C:U Assistant and Plan and Advocacy Coor ..... of the Community AcI ANN PORTER tion Agency, the purpose of t his year's forum is "to inform and educate the communit y on the impact that our national, state, and local budgets may have on them. "The whole idea is to give a lot of information in terms of overall basic needs one may have, in a fashion which combines the public, private, and client sectors, which affects us," Porter continued. I include Les Miller, Tampa Electric Company; Bob Saunders, Hillsborough County Equal Opportunity Office; Jeanette Fenton, Fair'Housing Program; Herb Fisher, Fisher Realtors; and Dave Brown, WTMP Radio. Other participants will in clude Rev. A. Leon Lowry, Pastor of Beulah Baptist Church; County Commissioner Jan Platt; Bob Morrison; Executive Assistant to the Mayor; Sadie Gibbs Martin, Mayor of Plant City; Tom Bonifield, Interim Manager of Temple Terrace; Vince Pardo, Deputy Director Division of TROY COLLIER Community Services in Hillsborough County; Dr. Jerry N. Harvey, Special Pro jects Coordinator Division of Community Services in Hillsborough County; Barbara Stafford, Executive Committee Member of the Community Action Board; George Davis, Chairman of the Community Action Board; Mrs. Porter; Ellis York, Chairman of Public Forum '85; and Rev. Merlin McCune, BOB SAUNDERS Community Action Board years-old." "I was intent on being a of Sigma Epsilon Beta. The Tampa native and 1977 mechanic," the young man exlets me express my capabilities graduate of Hillsborough plained. But a near accident at in the computer world and High School started out shinHARTline forced him to electronics field. ing shoes for three years in change his mind. ''The way I understood the Ybor City, where he grew up. "I had been out of school computer was real hard," For two years he sold Florida for quite awhile, and I didn't Owens explained. As a .tutor Sentinels before becoming a think that I could get back into and teacher, "I had to study janitor at Raul Vega Depart-the groove," Owens further and learn about the computer ment Store in Ybor City, and a stated. But once he set his in a way in which I can express cook at Brewmaster's Steak mind to the new task, he was it in many different angles. House. able to succeed. Now I'm in a position to ex-After serving in the U.S. Ar"I wanted to do something press my knowledge to deaf my for one year, Owens in math," stated the member students." returned to Tampa and work-of Good News Southern Bap-Now, Owens is anxious to ed for 18 months as an Assis tist Church, who remembers begin a rewartling and exciting tant Mechanic with the City's earning A's in his math career. He is keeping his op-Fire Department; and for classes. "I saw working with tions open-either to accept a three years he worked in the computers as being able to just position with a firm or enroll service department with the deal with numbers. I knew in college to further his educaHillsborough Area Regional that the computer field was for tion. Transit (HARTline) System. me." "I will take the be st offer," In September Owens will Besides maintaining a high he stated. From left to right Melvin .Goo.dman, Representative at Tampa Technical Institute; Albert Owens; and Scott Sp1tolmck, AdmiSSIOns Drector. ront in carrying out their responsibilities. Forum is cer tainly worthwhile, that is why the board continues to have it," Porter concluded. Tampa's Ten Best Dressed Client Sector panelists will representative from Ruskin. FEMALE include Troy Collier, Student Porter pointed out that after MALE Services at the University of each panelists' presentation, 1. Florence James .... : ... 961 1. Curtis Reed ............ 515 South Florida; Juan Patter-the will be a 2. Lillian Thomas ........ 797 2. Herbert Bassett ......... 367 Executive Director of the questiOn an answer peno Tampa Housing Authority; The event is free to the 3. Debbie Johnson. .. 388 3. Rodney Thomas ........ 155 Jean Frankel, Health & public. Transportation will be 4. Gwen Miller. .......... 360 4. Lesley J. Miller. ........ 133 Rehabilitative Services State provided by the Community 5 D b h W l Actl.on Agency by call1ng e ora a ters. 323 5. Bennie Pollard ....... ... 131 of Florida; Harold Reddick, Silver Haired Legislature State 272-6770, before Thursday, 6. Renaye Gooding ... 280 6. John W. Jones .......... 122 of Florida; and Jim August 22 7. Grace Sherman ..... .. 191 7. Andrew Tarver. ........ 109 Rhinehart, host of "We want concerned 8 h "Conflict", WTMP Radio. citizens and interested citizens Mart a Webb. 147 8. Charles (Goosby) Jones ... 75 Public Sector panelists will to come out," Porter s tressed 9. Sharon Toliver. ........ 141 9. Bob Morrison ........... 74 include Dean Saunders, According to Porter, this is 10. Thelma Shuman ...... 129 9. Michael Willingham ...... 74 representing U.S. Senator the Fourth Annual Public Lawton Chiles; Florida Forum, but this is the first 10. Philip Austin ........... 65 Senators Betty Castor and Pat time in which it is being held in Frank, and Fla. Representhe community. Fashion Extravaganza Will Be "'!!j = I = Q :r c = fl.> tative James Hargrett; "A majority of the time the F t d F d A Hillsborough County Ad-officials don't get a chance to ea Ufe r1 ay, UgUSt 2Jrd ...., ministrator Norman Hickey; hear from the grassroots, and And T d A t 27th Councilwoman sandy Freed-what their needs are," Porter DeS ay' UgUS man; and NAACP President explained. And v ice versa, the .....; Bob Gilder. community "can listen to the = .. ..


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Africa Gold Coin Is Bearing Fruit The worldwide campaign against the sale of the Kruggerand, the gold coin that South Africa has been selling for the past few years to raise much needed capital for its militaristic and police state policies, is bearing fruit. When the campaign began, there was a great deal of arrogance and disdain exhibited in the investment community. South Africa seemed secure and the bloodshed by black miners to dig the gold out of the earth was considered insignificant and part of the natural order. All that has changed. Internal and external pressure on the Pretoria regime has caused a ing on providing financial support for the apartheid government. South Africa has received hundreds of millions of dollars in the sale of the coins, but buyers are pulling back now. Deak Perera, the nation's largest money trader, announced last week that it is suspending sale of tti e Kruggerand because of the South African policy of apartheid. That is not quite true. They withdrew sales of the gold coin of South Africa because the appearance of supporting apar theid targets one for political and social reprisals. The anti-apartheid movement has become so widespread that even long term supporters of South Africa have to rethink their positions. The dropping of the Kruggerand by the largest money trading firm in America recently caused chaotic financial tremors in South Africa and is another signal that Pretoria had better heed. Committees Formed To Examine Public Housing Problems Black-Economics: Racial Pride And Economic Realities (Part IX) Back during the height of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s and well into the 1970s when the Black Power concept gained notoriety, the idea of Black support of Black-owned businesses became formidable among the cure-all's for economic mobility for the Black masses. Not since the days of Marcus Garvey had such economic consciousness involving Black enterprise been promoted. Unfortunately, what has been thought to be a positive tonic in developing Black en terprise or a Black economy hasn't quite caught on. Here in Tampa, a more than feeble CHILD attempt was made when a few Black businessmen set up and opened a large Black super market in Tampa Park Plaza. Well, you know the story. Af ter suffereing losses month in and month out, the venture failed. Those investors suf fered losses into the tens of thousands each. Since that grand experiment, no one has tried again on such a grand scale. We could kick this thing around a bit and probably come up with some interesting inferences suggesting criteria that would influence the idea of Black support of Black-WATCH Dropouts: We Need To Know More By Marian Wright Edelman owned business. There are certain social developemtns having taken place over the last two decades which have furthe ommatters. ost damagiqg to this idea of racial economics has been the sweeping gains in social in ttigratio_n. The walls of segregation having fallen in public and private accom modations such as hotels, motels, restaurants, etc., plus open housing as the law of the land, have made it the more difficult to develop a sense of racial pride in the development of Black entreprenuership. It is a tall order to ask an underfinanced small Black business operation to compete for the Black dollar against the array of shopping malls and corporate business ventures owned by others located downtown and in suburbia. Everybody knows thctt we white peers? Instead of droppAlong such lines, it appears have a serious high ilig out ; at a youngel) age, that Black dropout problem in this counblacks are qtore likely to leave must move, as well, where tbe try. We kriow that when our school at 18 or 19 many still real action is by setting up children fail to graduate from without a diploma, however. shops in such prestigious high school, they are less likely These examples show what a locations making it possible to to be able to get jobs, and complicated group dropouts compete for dollars, both more likely to end up having are. Even attempts to undersBlack and white. Of course, it children too early and living in tand them better by dividing will take some investment to poverty. them by race and sex can be do this, but there are some That is what everybody misleading. Failure to finish Blacks here in town who are knows about dropouts. school can stem from underlyfinancially able to do this. The What nobody seems to ing factors which cut across Black man must learn that know is what to do about this these lines, such as family fundamental to the idea of problem. On the federal, state poverty, too-early pregnancy American Captialism is the and local level, government or parenthood, or lack of virtue of C-0-M-P-E-T-1-T-1seems to have few answers for parental or community sup0-N a national dropout rate that is port. The Negro with money who now said to average 25 perTo devise an effective pro-is concerned about Black en cent, while soaring as high as gram to keep our children in terprise in the Black com-75 percent in depressed areas school, we have to take all of munity must seize the like New York's South Bronx. these factors into account. We initiative through small Given the high price we all pay will not see more of our young business investments. It is for this misfortune, we can no people lining up for their noticeable that sites will lie longer afford to sit back or to diplomas until all parts of our fallow, day in and day out, allow others to do so. communities -schools, and the next thing you know But we cannot effectively families, government, business other ethnics have opened address the dropout problem and others join in putting such shops, doing well. Then until we learn more about the together comprehensive somebody starts complaining. dropouts themselves. The remedies which fit the needs of This has been observed recent facts tell us how little most of the children who are now at ly along the 22nd Street us really know about the risk. l?usiness district. In response to a request Blanchard stated in an ofyoung men and women who Some pioneering programs Economic leadership in the from Tampa's City Council, ficialletter received by the Ciare now at risk of not finish around the country have Black community is a responTampa's Chamber of Comty Council on Thursday, "the ing school. For example: shown us that this concensibility of the Black financial merce has formed two comchamber's leadership felt the Did you know that girls trated approach can get community Negroes who mittees which "will explore two new chamber committees both graduate and drop out at results. For example, in Atlanhave some interest and/or ways to improve the apwould offer a better way to different rates than boys? ta, Georgia, a unique school some money to invest. pearance and security at Tamwork together (with the city More young womeri tend to called Rich's Academy has It is the thinking here that pa's housing projects." and with the Tampa Housing leave school before age 18, been helping dozens of nearthe sleeping economic giant in According to Chamber Authority) on these very either by dropping out or dropouts make it through the Black community is the President G. Robert Blan. serious problems arid hopefulgraduating sooner, than boys. school. For the past three Black church. Only the Black chard, The Chamber Com-ly reach the mutual goal of im-By ages 18 or 19, however, years, Cities in Schools, a nachurch, through cooperative munity Security Council and proving the existing condigirls are less likely to be tiona! nonprofit organization, arrangement and in core:t; Chamber Community Aptions." dropouts than their male along with Rich's Department poration is in a position to 5 pearance Council will examine Both committees will begin peers. Store, Atlanta Public Schools, claim the Black community ""' public housing problems and meeting on Oct. 1, when the Did you know that on the and Fulton County have run for Black enterprise. More on "'-l formulate solutions for those new fiscal year begins. average, black youths tend to this remarkable school on the how this can be done. (To be ........................................ .... .... ............ .JI


........ .......... tMY 8QJ!lNION) ----------------The Changing Racial Demographics Of Tampa's Northeast 00 -l We don't know what the town Tampa through N next census will tell, but there Seminole Heights, on_ into must be more Black people Sulphur Springs a formidable We Can Instill Black Pride (Part II) pool in an all-Negro neighborhood. here in Tampa than the count Black vote comes into focus. has been revealing over the Perhaps, such was realized by years. the powers that be when Tam There is no evidence of pa Mayor Bob Martinez Black population decline in engineered the idea of expandthe old neighborhoods found ing the city's boundary to inin West Tampa, Belmont elude the University of South Heights, Central Tampa, CarFlorida and surrounding lilyver City-Lincoln Gardens, and white communities. Many of the likes. While at the same us were suspicious that the time, the Black population mayor's annexation action seems to be expanding in the was greatly motivated by this Northeast section of the city. growing Black population in need to get more actively in-Tampa's northeast. volved. Most importantly, Sulphur Springs with its old It's funny, how some people some of us have asked the "Spring Hill" Black com-can't stomach Blacks who same question; "If we got the munity is no longer a separate have pretty mental perbaddest little league team, why racial entity within itself. Since ceptions If a Black man really A few weeks ago, we learn ed of a story to be told, a story all about what is going on at our Cyrus Green Playground and Swimming Pool. Also known as the home of our in-the same spectacular and infamous little league team -that's right, The Belmont Heights Little League Team. Even though we learned of some of the things that should concern us (but don't), we still need to learn, or perhaps relearn, what some others of us had to go through to get a playground and swimming In order to make certain that we get the message, let us look at the condition and situation at Cyrus Green, Ad mittedly, we have the baddest (that still means good!) and most effective little league in the history. Not especially baseball and/or American history, either Just, history. Because we know "our team is red hot." The situation is, most of us don't know what's going on at Cyrus Green. As parents, some of us don't even know what's going on. We don't we have a better park?" the early 1900s Blacks in wants to find out how he I know asked myself that Sulphur Springs could easily stands with some elements of question. I want to know. be identified confined to four the white establishment, just ;" Already, there is no diving blocks north and south -start showing a bit of board at the pool. All because from Yukon Street to economic and political acuity if of some creep(s) who would Skagway, east and west, the and boy they flee like you have !. commence to diving off the old "Spring Hill" community the plague. As the scene from 5i" VIEW board at "THREE and FOUR was bordered by Central Haley's "Roots" : White o'clock in the morning." The Avenue eastward across master can't stand a nigger = neighors got tired of that. I Nebraska Avenue to 12th who gets besides himself...! 5: know I would Then let's ask Street. But such is no longer know the law." said "Fidthe question, "What would be the case. dler", "White folks live by it, ; more enjoyable, to have a divIn Tampa-east, north of the and niggers die by it." The Killers Of Black Youth ing board or not to have a divHillsborough River, the Black The new demographics, ing board?" That is the quespopulation has really grown. surprisingly, have been tion at hand. The Sulphur Springs Compeaceful causing very little What is even more inmunity and its surrounding racial friction. Those poor to teresting is that The Park also areas, once 100 percent w hite, middle-income Black and lacks in its ability to maintain...._ is now about 50-50 in its racial white people have learned to The future of Blacks in a park stature. Given '-Qiake-up. Then too, the adget along quite neighborly In America depends very much everything that a park is supjacent public housing project, fact, the only racial friction on the growth of our black posed to be Now that we've Rive..View Terrace, is better seems to come when Blacks youngsters. From all indica brought The Park into this, let than 80 percent Black -a move into the more affluent tion, our black youngsters are us get even more personal. Let conservative guess. Riverview white communities. It -could being killed off by an enemy us ask ourselves the question, Terrace was once all-white. be that such integrated commore deadly than cancer. Not "Where would our Belmont There are some political admunities such as has been a physical death, but rather a Heights Little League Team be vantages to the Northeast, but formed in Tampa's Northeast mental one. the streets all liquored up and without somewhere to play?" there must be some economic can add new political and The minds, the desires the totally out of touch. These Let's see, we've asked the advantages, as well. Black economic dimensions. Dimenambitions, and the character youngsters ask for trouble. why, the what and the where, political clout in city elections, sions which could quietly = ft> 1'1.1 > = Q. ... of our young people are being They either kill themselves, it is only fair that we examine, as well as, the state legislature change the body politics here eroded, defused, confused and somebody else, or commit "Who is going to do look quite promising from making for a greater and more destroyed in larger numbers some other act that they something about it," and here. When one considers the responsive democracy for all = every year. What is it that is wouldn't have if it wasn't for "How long are we gonna wait central corridor from downconcerned. S. victimizing our youth? The the alcoholics at an early age. before we realize that the -::=========;:=:::;::======:;::=====:::::;:::1 =" word is DACP. These people find themselves answers to all our questions L T Tb Ed { I -The D stands for drugs, our like the drug addicts and that does lie in community pride? etter 0 e I 0 r = communities are saturated is in search of something to "We can instill community o with drugs. It is easier to pur drink pride. u is ours to do. Former Tampan Thanks chase drugs than it is to purThe C in the word stands for "Until we meet again chase a pack of cigarettes. crime. Mohst ohf thde crimbes_ in n(Tohtawnkasit' uRnotyi.l RI_togi_serst)o,o" llaette's. Managing Editor For Support Drugs are available on local black neig bor oo s are emg corners in our schools, recreacommitted b y people under 21 Everybody knows what it took CALIFORNIA Gwen with James Woods and Jim tion centers and in the home. years of age to get something that we could Hayes: My name is Tyrone Belushi in Oliver Stone's (he Many children between the If our Juvenile sy s tem call our own. We aren t dumb. Granderson Jones and if wrote Scarface & Midnight ages of 10 and 17 use some wasn't so lenient our Juvenile We don't want for the things it's not too late! I would like Express) Salvador on location form of drugs. Retention Center would have that we've worked so hard for to express my appreciation to in San Francisco. Right now It is s tartling to know the burst at the s eam s a long time and fought so hard for to y ou for your support, and they're shooting on location in number that has become ago. All one ha s to do i s check become another victim. writing a wonderfully po s itive Mexico. depend e nt on drugs until their the number of juveniles our Beside s, t he condition a nd article on my achie v ement s Als o I just completed doing e n tire day i s s pent in chase of s ystem handle s a y ear and see situation of both the C yr u s back in March. To be specific an NBC pilot called Hand-drug s or the mon e y needed to how many were released out Green Playground and s wimto y our recall you wrote an some Harry's (a black s ituabuy drug s Drug dealers need right or put on probation. ming pool is sick enough. article about me doing an tion comedy). If it goes to to b e run out of our comSo many of our youngster s Let' s not beat it to death. But, episode of Cagne y and L ace y s eries I 'll have a s emi-regular muniti es. The s e i tem s are turnare raising themselves. They then again, we may have to and The Young and the role. We're s hooting for miding man y of our youngster s ingo where they want to stay as Peace Be Unto You Restle ss It was in the Friday season replacement. And I to l i vin g Zombie s long as they want to and do their own guns A gun in the edition (March 15th). M y have a CBS Movie of the T he second destroyer of our that any time they want to. hands of a child is in most all family sent me a copy. All thi s Week coming thi s f all called Youth i s Alcohol. Adults brag The s e children are prone to t"me I've been want1ng to sit Children or th e N ight with cases a dangerous SituatiOn. 'J about how drunk they got last fall victim to crime. Our d down and drop you a note. Kathleen Quinlan and Mario h Finally the letter "P' stan s night, how much alcohol they children are involved wit for pregnancy; with the major Your support is very imporVan Peebles. drank and how much fun they crime. tant to me, and I do not take it So things are happening. emphasis being on teenage had. This kind of conduct has Either a youngster c?mmb1ts pregnancy. It is a fact that for granted Thank you so Putting Tampa on the map! led many of our youngsters to a crime or he is victimized Y h much'. Nonetheless, I look forward to young girls between t e ages believe that drinking alcohol is it. of 14 and 18 years of age are By the way, all kinds of meeting you. I should be comthe thing to do. The results It is alarming to either h th"ngs are happen1ng to me ing home for a visit in the near h"ld becommg mot ers unex-have been twofold. speculate how manyf c I ren pectedly and totally un-now. This month (August) I'll future. The first problem we face is between the ages o 13 years be working on a major feature Tyrone Granderson Jones .... ......................................................


RETURNS FROM FABULOUS VACATION ATTENDS riJ = Q .c Q = I c 'a = < IT'S ABOUT U::W YOU ROSE C RUTCHFIELD ENTERS LAW SCHOOL L eiRoi M. Daniels son of Maxine Daniels Payton of Sef fn e r, and Otis E. Daniels, Jr., of Jacksonville will be enter in g Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law whe re he will matriculate pl ac ing emphas i s o n financ i a l and co o perate Law on Aug. 1 9. A 198 0 -81 graduate of Bran don H igh S choo l, a n d hono r student in t he Project Upward Bound Program at the Uni ver s i ty of South Florida, and a 198 5 graduate of Florid a St a t e LEIROI M. DANIELS University with double major in Criminal Jus tice / Bu s ine ss Administration, LeiRoi credit s his present and future succes s to hi s trust, faith and belief in God, citing Prove rbs 3:5&6 "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not to thou own understanding, In all thou ways acknowledge him and he will di.rect your as his favorite passage of scriptures, A strong will, and the firm hand and support of his mother and family as the most dominating factors in his life He expresses appreciation for his spiritual guidance and teachings to his mom; his pastor and his church family at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church where Dr. F .G. Hilton is pastor. NATIONAL AWARDS WINNER The National Secondary Educational Council announced recently that Ezekiel Thomas III has been named an Academic All-American. In order to offer deserved recognition to Superior Students who excel in the Academic disciplines. The Academic All-American scholars must earn a 3.3 or better grade point average. Only scholars selected by a secondary school instructor, counselor or other qualified sponsor are accepted. These EZEKIEL THOMAS III scholars are also eligible for the awards given by the N.S.E.C. Ezekiel who attends New Orleans Baptist School was nominated. for this National Award by Ms. Griselda Zamora, Instructor. -ae will appear in the Academic All-American School Directory, which is published nationally. Ezekiel lUis the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Thomas Jr. and the grandson of Mrs. Marie Thomas of Quincy, Fla. Mrs. Javalia M. and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Chester of Tam-pa. Ezekiel was given the Certificate of Perfect Attendance by Ms. Griselda Zamora. Lydia Rowell is the principal. TOURNAMENT DEDICATED TO JACKSON "fhe '!!Jyerfront Summer Basketball League tournament is being to the late Fredrick!# Jackson. a loyal supporter and a number one fan. Therefore Lewbt Brinson and Lar..Y : Harrison (director) decided to dedicate the tournament in metnery of her contribution to the success of this program. Tlie tournament will begin on Wednesday, August 21, at 6:30 (2 games), Thurs. 6:30 (2 games), Fri. 6:30 (2 games), Sat. 5:30 (2 games) and the championship game on Sun., Aug. 25 at 6:30 ; All games will be played at Riveryont Park. In case of rain they will playedat Washington Gymnasium. There will be half-time entertainment, special presentations and the finals of the Slam-Dunk contest immediately following 1 the game. Mrs. Rutha Mae H arper of BASKETBALL Arch St. r ec entl y flew via Eastern Air L ine s to Detroit and Pontiac, Michigan. While in Detroit, she was the hous e guest of Mrs. Roberta Evans On the Fourth of July, Mrs. Evans hosted a great cook-out party, along with family members and friends for Mrs. Harper. Mrs. Harper had the pleasure of shopping i n downtown Detroit and some of the malls and sight s eeing at popular places such as The R e naissan ce C enter Joe Loui& MRS. RUTHA M. HARPER Stadi urn a n d other social pleasures. S h e al so v i sited w ith Mr.-and M r s. Sprin c e (Dora) McN a ir in Detro i t. While in Pon t i ac Mrs. Harper was the guest of Mr. a n d M r s. Emanuel (Lillie) Hogan. Mr. a n d M r s. C laud e ( P h yllis) Adams of Ponti ac and the Hogans carried he r n ig h t club i n g in De t roit. Mrs Harper then trav e l e d the hi g h road" t o North Bu x ton, Ontario, and Windsor, Canada by crossing the Am bas sador Bridge In North Buxton, she was the guest of Mrs. Cobb. Mrs. Harper was an honored gue s t at a family reunion t h er e. Mrs Harper accompanied by Mrs. Cobb had the pleasure of touring the c o untryside and shopping in Windsor and Ontario, Canada, also had a sneak preview of Lake Eric It was a very exciting and enjoyable vacation. Mrs. Harper is a member of Beulah Baptist Church. CONGRATULATIONS, TRAVIA Congratulations to Travia D. Anderson a graduate of Tampa United Methodist Center Pre-School. The 5-year-old attends Brown's Temple Church of God in Christ, and will be attending Foster Elementary this year. Travia is the daughter of Edward Anderson and Bellamy. She has one brother, Erwin, and is the granddaughter of Ethel Bellamy and EvaBelle Anderson, and neice of Cheryl Bellamy. Travia says she would like someday to become a teacher. TRA VIA D. ANDERSON IN FLORIDA MISS T .E.E.N. PAGEANT SON IA TAYLOR S o nia Taylor attended a Basketball Camp at New York S t ate while v isiting he r r elatives, Capt. Richar d and Mrs. (Linda) Spearman and kid s. Sh e al s o m a d e all s t a r s. Sonia i s a J r. a t Tampa Catholic and plays basketball. She is the daughter of Gloria and Charles Taylor. Q. I know I'm supposed to report any changes that might affect my SSI payments, but how do I report? Can I do it by phone, or do I to send in a written report? A You can make your re ports b}' telephone, mail, or in person, whichever is easiest for you. If you report in writing, be sure to include the name of the person about whom the report is made, the correct social security claim number under which payment is made, the change being reported and the date it occurred, and your sig nature and address. The ad dress and phone number of the l.ocal social security office is Miss Sylvia Chester, listed in the telephone directory 16-year-old daughter of Mrs. under "Social Security Admin-Margaret Chester, of Tampa istration has been selected as a Contes-Q My husband has perma-tant in the Florida Miss nent kidney failure. If he's T .E.E.N. Pageant to be held eligible for Medicare, when at The Hyatt Regency, in will his start? Tampa, the weekend of A Medicare coverage can August 31. This Pageant is the start the first day of the 3rd Official State Finals for the month after the month a course National Miss T .E.E.N. of maintenance dialysis treat ments begins. Under certain Pageant to be held in Albuconditions, coverage can start querque, New Mexico, in earlier if a person chooses selfDecember. dialysis or needs a kidney Miss T.E.E.N. conducts transplant. For more informaPageants in all fifty states, SYLVIA CHESTER tion, contact any social security Basic requirements are that the office Contestants mnust be between 14 and 18 years of age, maintain Q. A friend of mine has a a "2" grade average, and donate 12 hours to a volunteer ser17-year-old daughter who is vice or charitable organization. Miss T.E.E.N. is engaged in a retarded. Could the child get national cooperative project with The March of Dimes in the SSI payments on the basis of fight against birth defects. Throughout the Nation in 1984, disability? Miss T.E.E. N. Contestants volunteered 100,000 hours for the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. A If the child is eligible in all other respects, a retarded child Judging is based on Scholastic Achievement, Volunteer Serunder 18 (or under 21 and at vice, Speech or Talent, Interview, and Formal Presentation. tending school) is considered There is no swimsuit competition. disabled for SSJ purposes and Among the prizes awarded, the winner of the 1985 Florida may be eligible for payments if Miss T.E.E.N. Pageant will receive a $500.00 Cash Scholarhis or her 1Q is 59 or less. A ship, a $500.00 Personal Appearance Contract, and an allslightly different definition apexpense paid trip to compete in the National Miss T.E.E.N. plies to older ret a rded persons. Pageant in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in December of 1985. A retarded child with a higher ON FAMU YEARBOOK STAFF The Nati onal winner will receive a Four Year Scholarship to IQ als o may be con s idered dis-The entire publ!c is invited and seating will be prov i ded! the University of New Mexico $6,000 00 in Cash Scholarship s, a bled depending on whether Jocelyn Porter, daughter of Alvin and Daphne Porter, 1301 the child has a phys ical o r other 26 h A a one week vacation to Hawaii a $2,000 00 Personal Apt venue, IS a b r oadcasting major in the school of Jour-mental impairment and the 1 pearance Contract, a $1,000 00 Wardrobe, and many other na Ism, Media and Graphic Arts, at Florida A&M University d e gree to which the child de prizes. Over $25,000.00 in Cash Scholar s hips, Awards and d h h A native of St. Petersburg, and graduate of Lakewood High pen s on ot ers, or t e child s [;;: School, she is a former Maas Teen Board member. Prizes will be awarde d at the National Pageant. a bility to a chieve developmenThis year she will work on the newspaper and yearbook Sylvia is sponsored by Leon Chester, Mary Chester, Mary tal milestones For more inforstaff. Sumbry, Debra Joyner, Juanita Ford and Joyce Kernohan. mation, contact any social .................................................................... ............ .1


ORANGE BLOSSOM The O.B.C.A. State Office, 2705 N. Howard Avenue, was the site whene the Building Committee and several other com mittee s recently assembled to discuss the exterior ahd interior, from selecting colors to flowers, for the New Orange Blossom Cosmetology State Association, Inc. CathJean B. Ross Educa tion Center now being erected on the State ho111e site, 3222-34th Street, Tampa. Second Vice President, Mrs. Louise Dupree, Cocoa, presided. O.B.C.A. State Historian, Dr. Bertha Sneed, Miami, served as secretary and offered some helpful suggestions. Building Fund Chairman, Dr. Ellen Bentley of Miami, and the committee introduced some excellent Building Fund plans. O.B.C.A. Steering Committee Chairman, Mrs. Beulah ackson, Ocala, is busy scouting for participants for the Babies On Parade Annual Affair. Seminar Dean, Mrs. Pauline Shaw, Jacksonville and com mittee outlined and discussed some very impressive educational recommendations for the O.B.C.A. Educational Seminar Pro Committee members are Mrs. Essie M. Joyner, Mrs. Mamie Richardson, Lakeland; and O.B.C.A. REVIVAL. SERVICES Monday, August 20 -Friday, Aug. 26th 7:30PM PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH 2607 -24th Avenue Come Out And Enjoy A Week Of Preaching With FOR 1985/86 YEAR la!meus; Garland E. Baker, Keeper of Finance; C. P. Wilson, u .... n'""" & Seals; Atty. George W. Butler, Basileus; Willie T. of The pracle, and Judge Thomas E. Stringer, Sr,-, con ceremony. Gwen Mitchell, Willie Mae Donaldson, Betty Reed, Pat Brown, Sally Bruce, Dorothy Davis, Ami Harris, sitting Fannie Copeland. Betty Reed and Mrs. Copeland, parent of the month. Administrator, D. A. Julius, Miami. Shop Owners' Guild State Chairman, Ormiller Kelsey, Tam pa, and Shop Owners' Guild State Supervisor, Dr. R. Louise Hassey, Orlando, are formulating plans for the State Guild Planning Meeting to be held August 28th. District Chairmen will be informed of place and time very soon. The Convention Committee Chairman Mrs. Louise Dupree, First Vice President, Dr. Louise Hassey Co-Chairwoman; and State President Assistant Mrs. Rosa M. Brinson gave their reports on the 1986 State Convention. After the two-day meeting, State Trustee Mrs. Eva Green, Daytona Beach, and the committee members went to see the progress of the New O.B.C.A. Building and were very impress ed. Dr. Cathlean B. Ross, State President, congratulated and thanked the members for a job well done. Mrs. Ormiller Kelsey, State Publicity Chairman. BY JULIA JACKSON f = ; -: Gwen's School of Music Parent Organization selected f their parent of the month = through a fund-raising event. The parent who sold the most ; dinners was declared the win., ner. The winner of th,e month is Mrs. Fannie Copeland. She :: was honored Monday night, ;. Aug. 12, during the monthly meeting. :t.'!j Membership in the Parent to help plan fund-raising afl fairs for the School and try to 11!1 bring everyone together. !!! (Photos by Julia Jackson). Participate In Savers' Program I = e Hillsborough County Parks 5r and Recreation announces their participation in the Silver Savers' Passport Program g. beginning August 19. = will now have 15 additional locations to enroll for their FREE Silver Pages directory. The directory is currently being mailed to all those who have enrolled. The only re quirement is that you be 60 years of age or older to start enjoying all the benefits of the Silver Pages. Please stop by the Recrea tion Center in Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Sterling Heights, Pro gress Village, Town N' Coun try or call 933-4748 to find the enrollment location closet to you. 248-1921


I'll c Q ... .c Q = c liiot "C c < 'g .c I'll ... .c = c ... =a 'ii c ... c 00 Continued From Page 7) and acts as a representative of the abused child. The volunteer's role has five functions: investigate the child and family's background to determine fact_s 9J the monitor agencies and persons who prpv1de services to the c1uld, protect thechild from insensitive questioning and often harm ful effects of being embroiled in the a<1versary_ court process, assure that the best interest of the child is to the court and social service agencies, report and present information the court and help determine what is in the best interest of child. Volunteers receive over 20 hours of initial training poilents of the training of abus!ve juvenile law and procedure, mvest1gat10n and ntP-rVI.Pw l skills the social service system, commm,tity resources, repo;t writing. The program's next daytime training session is scheduled for August 30, September 4, September 6 and September 7 at the American Red Cross, 217 N. Howard Avenue. Litem volunteers come from many walks of life school teachers, retirees, attorneys anyone interested in helping abused children. If you like to become a Guardian Ad Litem volunteer, or have additional questions about the program and its services, call 272-5110. .,.. IN PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Minnie Lee Williams, 1509 Harvey Court, left to visit her son, Merrell Mcintosh and his family m Philadelphia, Pa. She was accompanied by her niece nephews. Mrs. Williams is a member of New Salem P .B. Church, where she sings in the No. 3 Chorus, and also sings with the Prison Crusade Choir. NURSE MATES AWAR ... PLICATIONS The Nurse Mates Heart of the first coporate sponsored program to recognize the profession of nursing, recently named Rita Heiple, R.N., of Waterloo, Iowa 1984-85 recipient. Nominations forms for the 1985-86 Heart of Gold Award are now available-with the winner to be announced on National Nurses Day in May 1986. Tampo hospitals with nomination forms are: Centro Aqriano Hospital, 1302 21stcAvenue; Centro Espanol Memorial Hospital, 4801 N. Howard Avenue; Good Samaritan Hospital of Tampa, 7171 N. Dale Mabry Highway; Hillsborough County Hospital, 5906 N. 30th St.; lilterbay Community Hospital, 4555 S. Manhattan Ave.; James Haley Veterans Hospital, 13000 N. 30th St.; Memorial Hospital of Tampa, 2901 Swann Ave.; St. Joseph's Hospital, 3001 W. Buf falo Ave.; Tampa General Hospital, Davis Island; Tampa Heights Hospital, 4004 N. Riverside Dr.; University Corp.muni ty Hospital, 3100 E. Fletcher Ave.; and Women's Hospital, 3030 W. Buffalo Ave. George "Turk" ; .. Tucker, Hattie and Clarence McBride, James and Gwen Tucker, Leroy and George McBride, Billy Johnson, Dot Crby, Carol Stewart, Sharon and Steve Johnson, Geneva Lucas, Carl and Marge Webb, Essie Jones, Paul and Songy Robinson, and one of the best travel escorts this side of the Mason Dixie Line, Virginia Wright. The group visited Freeport, and Nassau, where they enjoyed shopping at the straw markets, casinos and night spots. They enjoyed great entertainment aboard ship. Mr. Turk Gomez put on a show one night aboard ship when the band played music from the 60's. He selected Hattie McBride and they took over the floor and showed the cruisers what real dancing was like. All the dancers stood still to watch. Mr. Gomez was offered a job aboard ship to entertain (which he refused). The really had a great time together. Their transportation to and from Miami was by Motor Coach with a great driver (Tony). Mr Clarence McBride is chairperson of the Family Reunion and Mr. Leroy McBride was in charge of planning the cruise. Outstanding Athletes Hbnored At Banquet IMMOKALEE ..;;,, MRS MARY TOWNSEND Reporter Sunday school began at the usual time at all churches in the community with the superintendents and teachers at their posts. The review was by the pastors,__At First Baptist Church, worship services began at 11 a.m. with the of ficers leading the devotion. The No. One Ushers and Choir served, and sermon was by the pastor Evening service began at 5 p.m with the officers in charge. The same ushers and choir served. The pastor preached out of his soul at both services. The funeral for the late Mrs. Ernestine Grant Henderson was held August 17 at Allen You A Hap'py Birthday Miss Rose DEVON WILLIAMS It was Devon Dwight Williams' 12th birthday on August 19. He celebrated his big day at Circus World Devon is a seventh grade stu dent at Wilson Jr. High School. He is a member of Boy Scout troop 625, New Salem M.B. Church, where he serves as secretary for the junior department, a member of the Angel Choir, junior usher board and Royal Am bassadors. He is also a Sen tinel carrier Devon is the son of Ms. Joyce Williams, the grandson of Mrs. M. B. Williams, the great-grandson of the lat e Mrs. R. W. Brooks, the god son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Butts (Althea), and god brother of Misses Asia Brinson, Latia Johnson and Mashele Mitchell. The Research Center gave a banquet honor Hillsborough outstandChapel A.M.E. Church with ing athletes. those honored were, left to Barbara. Crews: King H1gb School; the pastor Rev. S. P. Bradley P. L. Bass, officiating. Sbellon Hudson, Brandon High School; and Cynthia Somes, Gaither. School. Scholarofficiating. rangements for both full ship Research Center, a new organizatiqn in the Tampa area, bas pnmarr purpose the The funeral for the late Miss were under the dir recognition of those young people with average or above average academic, atb.lehc and Elizabeth P. W. Johnson was Barrett Funeral -_,.... leadership ability, and to provide financial assistance in the form of scholarships to be applied Saturday at First Baptist 33601 .......................... ...... .. ........ .................. ;;UI


The McCall family originated from London, England and migrated to the United States in the 1700's. The family was reunited in Tampa, August 8-llth, at their Seventh reunion. Family members and friends enjoyed four days of well planned activities. On Thurs day, a family luncheon was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Porter. On Fri day, many family members en joyed a day of fantasy at Disney World. To highlight the family activities, a banquet was held in the Tampa-St. Pete Room of the Rodeway Inn. Presentations were made to the sister -in-law, brothers in-law and the eldest and youngest brothers of the third generation along with two of the nephews from the fourth generation. The family reunion climax ed at Grace Mary Missionary Baptist Church with the Mc Call family members in charge of the morning worship. Elder Michael Lewis of First tist Alachua, delivered an inspir ing After morn ing worship l a family dinner was held in the chufch dining room. Approximately 175 family members were in attendance from eight different states. The reunion was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Upshaw, and Mr. and Mrs. JohnE. Miller. The eighth family reunion will be held in Hartford, Con necticut, August 1986. Andrew McCall, Lizzie McCaU, ldella McCall, Hazel McCall, Trish McCall Pauline Porter, Junious McCall, Sarge McCall, Jr., George McCall, James Henry McCall, Willie E. McCall and Jr. Sisters Creola Cobbert, Bertha Anderson, Christine Holloman and Hazel McCall. IT'S VERY WISE TO ADVERTISE! 248-1921 > ::s =::::! I I'D = =-cs ::s C'll


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Enroll Now for The 1985-86 School Year ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST SCHOOL 3304 Sanchez Street Tampa, Florida 33605 Pre-School (4 years old) Through 6th Grade Accredited by: The Southern Association of C9lleges And Schools Phone: 248-6328 BRONZE STAR VARIETY S INTRODUCTORY SAL. Prices Good 5/15-5/22/85 T ek Toothbrushes Zest Or Dial Soap Tide (Giant Size) Afro Panty Hose (All Sizes) Short Sets Ladies Pant Sets Reg. Price 79 69 '221 $691 '1291 3503-A E. Hillsborough Sale Price 2/'1 2/'1 (Reg. Size). '1" 99C 2/'12 2/'25 237-8637 "To appreciate Micheaux's true genius one must look at the racism he had to overcome." -Tony Brown They called him "Mr. Movie: For 33 years, Oscar Micheaux wrote, directed Parents Anonymous Has statewide Telephone Number Cases like these usually spoil the lives of both the mother and the child an in some cases that of the father. In stead of a solid and productive _citizen, we end up with a case on our hands. A child severly limits the ac tivities of a mother who is dedicated to being a mother to a child. Very young girls should not have that respon sibility. Instead they should be given an opportunity to grow up and enjoy being a child. Our black youths are being killed mentally. Drug,s alcohol, crime and teenage pregnancy are four diseases of our young people that we need to find a cure for right away. In doing so, we may find that the life we save may be that of t he black race. TALLAHASSEE Parents Anonymous of Florida, Inc. announces that on August 1, 1985, it is in augurated a statewide toll-free telephone serv1ce. The telephone line is open to parents who want to help with their parenting attitudes and skills, as well an anyone want ing information about Parents Anonymous. The telephone number will be 1-800-352-5683 or 1-800-FLA-LOVE. In addi tion to the W A TIS line, Parents Anonymous also has a SUNCOM line, accessible from most state, county, city and college offices. The SUN COM number is 278-5437. Parents Anonymous is an organization of self-help groups for parents. Started in Tony Brown 'sjournal presents "Mr Movie; an unique examination of Mkheaux and his most controversial films, complete with rare footage Watch this special retrospective and see for yourself why Micheaux's pictures made so much noise. Tony Brown brings you the facts as only he can reveal them. Don t miss it. California in 1971, P .A. has expanded through most of the 50 states and four foreign countries. Parent Anonymous groups exist in twenty-two communities in Florida, and serve an average of ten parents each with weekly meetings. Meetings provide non threatening forum for self help, as parents express their feelings about the pressures and problems of parenting, and receive advice and support from other parents and a pro fessional volunteer who serves -.as a group facilitator. 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Entertainment Kids Quiz:. Someone should fill in the difficult young children. I'll c Q .c Q = I 1. Find the sum. 4. Behind in place (Sue comes __ me.) 7. Employ (__ your pen for tests.) 9. See (Let's __ at the t" ship.) 10. Belonging to it. 11. Male persons. c -= ap c -c Cll 12. Atmosphere (We need __ to breathe.) to breathe.) 13. Organ of sight. 14. Not short (That is a __ man.) 15. A number (5 + 5 =_.) 16. As stated (Is that __ ?) 19. Be prepared (Are you __ ?) 22. Rotate ( __ did you do it?) 25. In what way(__ did you do it?) 26. Part of to be (We __ ready.) 27. Also (I am sick and tired __ .) 28. Space (Length times width equals __ .) 30. Same as 7 across. 31. Consume (__your din ner!) 33. Part of go (She hasn't _yet.) 36. Part of be (She has __ here before.) 39. Conjunction (Tom __ Bill are brothers.) 40. Too (I __ ate Pizza.) 41. Conjunction (Neither-nor, either-__ .) 4;. Pronoun (He, she, __ .) 44. Much (The sun is __ hot.) 46. Not any ( __ of the candy was left.) 48. Observe (We went to f-o __ the show.) 49. Same as 31 across. 50. One time (You only ""' live __ .) 51. Part of to be (Bill __ here.) Clot 1. Nearly (Sue is __ twelve.) 2. Female deer or rabbit. 3. Contraction of do not. 5. Not to pass (I may __ .) 6. Large stream (The Mississippi is a long __ .) 7. Same as 7 across. 8. Foe (Japan was our _.) 12. Everyone (They __ enjoyed the show.) 17. Not in (The teacher is __ of the room) 18. A number of ( __ of the students failed.) 20. Part of to be (We __ here.) 21. Precious (She is __ to me.) 23. Circle shaped (A wheel is __ .) 24. Organ of smell. 28. Past tense of 31 across. 29. Once more (Sing that song __ .) 32. Overhead (The sky is __ us.) 34. To an on position (You must get __ the roof.) 35. Shut or near. 37. Organ of hearing: 38. Compose ( __ an essay for tomorrow.) 43. Same as 11 across. 45. Positive answer. (See Anwers on Page 15) GOTO JAMAICA '199 -3 Days 2 Nights ca./1: 884-6734 Ask For: James Ransam ASTRO-QUIZ 1. Astro twins are the same as identical twins. True or False? 2. Astromancy is another name for (a) for tune telling (b) palm reading (c) face reading (d) tea leaf reading. 3. What is the mean distance of earth to the sun? (a) 95,000,000 (b) 92,900,000 (c) 91,500,000 (d) 98,950,000 miles. 4. Name the first American celebrity in the field of Astrology. swupv to q u "l aSJU.f :Slf:ifMSNV [24& .. 1921 1 PORTRAITS BY 5000 WATTS A Special Gift For That Special Person Ella Fitzgerald Cancels Performance WASHINGTON Jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald remain ed in good condition at George Washington University Hospital with an apparent respiratory problem Wednes day, but canceled her final summer performance next week in Kansas City There was no information as to when she would be released. The 67-year-old singer was admitted to the hospital late Sunday after complaining of shortness of breath, said Christine Torre, a spokeswoman for the hospital. *Sentinel's Top JOSingles 1. Rock Me Tonight Freddie Jackson 2. Freeway Of Love Aretha Franklin 3. You Give Good Love Whitney Houston 4. Raspberry Beret Prince 5. Attack Me With Your Love Cameo 6. Hang On A String ...... Loose Ends 7. Cherish .... Kool & The Gang 8. Take Me Home .. Lisa Lisa 9. Can You Help Me ...... Jesse Johnson 10. Your Love Is .... Sade


MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES -Pop star Michael Jackson has purchas ed publishing rights to the 1964-1970 Beatles catalog for more than $40-million, it was reported Wednesday. The collection of 260 John Lennon-Paul McCartney tunes was acquired in London during the weekend by representatives of Jackson, who arranged the deal with ATV Music, according to Variety, the entertainment trade newspaper. Norman Winter, a spokesman for Jackson, would neither confirm nor deny the report and referred calls to the entertainer's at torney, John Branca. Branca's receptionist said the attorney was in a meeting' and would r eturn the call later. The deal was complet e tl after six months of negotiation, Varieiy said 9 The agreemen t repOftedly covers all Lennon-McCartney written songs except four: "Love Me Do" and "P.S. I Love You," which are con trolled by McCartney's MPL Communications, and "Please Please Me" and "Ask Me Why, owned by Dick James Music Ltd. Although the Beatles songs are the crown jewel of the ATV collection, the publishing concern has the rights to about 5,000 songs, including hits by Little Richard, the Pointer Sisters and The Pretenders. First-ever commercial use of a Beatles song"Help" was approved earlier this year by A TV, which allowed the Ford Motor Co. to use it in an advertising campaign at a reported cost of $100,000 for one-year rights. Nostalgic Evening Of Dancing Benefit American Cancer Society "A Night In Casablanca," a gala evening of Nostalgic, live big band music and entertain ment, is scheduled for Friday, September 20th at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Tampa. Psychic-Spiritualist Madame Ann Solves all life's problems. Answers all your questions. Madame Ann can and will help you! Results Where Others Have Failed. 6025 V. N. Dale Mabry I Blk. N. Of Hillsborough 875-4697 No.40 The festivities will get under way at 9 p.m., featuring Wayne Billingsly and the Dimensions in sound orchestra for your dancing pleasure. This event is being co. sponsored by WDAE radio, Harambee of Tampa, Donald E. Ward Associates, and New City People. Proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society, Harambee of Tampa and New City People. BY PATTY ALLEN Sentinel Staff Wpter The Trio Of One Acts which were produced by and Hillsborough Community Colleg e, and directed by Marvin Kirschman and Anna Brennen were most enjoyable. Held in the cozy Studio Theatre located on HCC's Ybor Campus, "Comings and Goings", "Herbert III", and "Rupert's Birthday" were a combination of comedy and drama. The actors and ac tresses displayed a deep understanding of the characters they portrayed, which allowed the audience to easily become involved in each one-act play. "Comings and Goings" was a hodgepodge of comical, dramatic,. and everyday scenes; with five actors por traying different characters in each scene at different times. On the whim of the director, the actors were substituted and Sybil Johnson and Rubin Alexander starred in the one act play, Herbert III. The photo is by David Burgess. = ; ABC Host Cocktail had to pick : up wpere the other left off. Each scene lasted no Hour For MDA longer than minutes. ABC Cocktail Lounges in The performers had to be on Florida will have their annual their toes, ready to jump in or happy hour to benefit the fall in (to be taken literally), in Muscular Dystrophy Associaorder to keep the scene movtion Wednesday, August 21st ing. f 4 00 According to play notes rom : p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 'd d b All lounge sales during this provt e Y Kirschman, two hours period will be "the playwright (Megan donated to MDA. Terry) calls it 'a trampoline' ----------'"J'or both actors and the director, because the play's content depends entirely on the resourcefulness of both." did .. I'D I = = -Directed by ',Bre.nnen, !: scene remained in the ; bedroom, early in the mn.rn __ ing. Both characters were convincing, until they ..... ....... ed this reporter of people I Fii' know. f A good solo performance c. was given by Barbara Smith, who portrayed the Woman in I'D "Rupert's Birthday". Rupert was a cow whom Woman, at the age of 1 helped bring into the world. At the age of 14, she saw him slaughtered at the market. This was the only holiday she celebrated through her years of growing up on a Tennessee > = Q. "" .. farm. 1 Tickets are $25 per person and may be purchased at any select-acseat outlet or at the American Cancer Society, 3222 Azeele, Tampa. For more information call 872-4425. It was truly a delight watching all performances. And I look forward to the next pro= duction from Stageworks and o HCC. -----------------------------------------"Herbert III" featured one of the community's favorite actresses, Sybil Johnson. She played Marguerite, a worried mother who was concerned about the late hours her oldest son was keeping. Her husband Herbert III, played by Rubin Alexander, figured he was on ly out having fun; as they once ILA LOUNGE 2620 E. 7th Ave. FRIDAY & SUNDAY NIGHTS VIDEO & DISCO SUNDAY NIGHT MALE REVUE With King Flirt LADIES ONLY9-11 TUESDAY NIGHT L.ADIES NIGHT LOTS OF FREE CHAMPAGNE WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE ENTERTAINMENT WITH STELLER CONTROL ALL ACTION STARTS AT 9 '0 CLOCK D.J. RANDY MILLER IS BACK AT THE THRILLER. Eddie Murphy Changes His Mind When we last checked in with Paramount's prized com edy star, Eddie Murphy was set to do Golden Child next, with Mad Max director George Miller close to a deal to direct. Scratch that. Now Murphy wants to do a light comedy first. Said Murphy manager Bob Wachs in a phone inter view, "Eddie is considering a number of projects to do bet ween now and the January '86 start date" of Golden Child. Is there a leading candidate? Yeah," Wachs said, declining 248-1921 EDDIE MURPHY to say what. But the Los Angeles Times found out anyway: It is called The Butterscotch Kid, a com edy developed in-house at Paramount and written by former Saturday Night Live head writers Barry Blaustein and David Sheffield. Mean while, Paramount is abuzz with reports that Miller is not going to direct Golden Child after all. The saga continues.


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.................... devoted wife, Mrs. Mamie native of Georgetown, Grand IN MEMORIAM Coleman Baker formerly of Cayman Island, W.I., Mrs. 0 Tampa; step-son, William C. Byrd had resided here for > Bryant and wife, Alma of more than 60 years. She served Tampa; step-grandcJildren, on the Deaconess Board of her > Deborah, and Cathy Bryant of church and was a retired Tampa and Bridgett Bryant of seamstress. The remains will e Miami; a sister, Louise lsom repose after 5 P.M. Wednesot;:, Cieveland, OH, and a host day at Wilson's Funeral Home N o ( other sorrowing relatives and the family will receive and friends. The family may friends from 7 until 8 at the be contacted at 2820-17th funeral home. The funeral Street West, Bir m!ngham, AL cortege will arrange from 3907 35208. (Phone iOS-787-4468). E. Chelsea. "A WILSON'S Arrangements entrusted to SERVICE." BUSHELON FUNERAL IN MEMORIAM HOME 800-14th Street SW Birmingham, AL, 35211 (phone 205786-3449 ) SHADY GROVE DIJUAN PHILYAW In memory of Arizona Jenkins Jr., who passed on August 22, 1975. You will never be forgotten. Wife, Nathleen Jenkins and the Jenkins Family. JAMES H. AYDELOTTE Nov. 30, 1954 Aug 15, 1978 Memor y recall 'of Jame s H Aydelotte. He was a good s on brother hu s band, father, and kin, a c hurc h worker, and a friend. Memorie s by: Joseph Sr. and Doris, 'Joseph Jr., Deborah, Aaron, and John, Shirley, Erica, Torie, Rachel, family, church .members, and friends. IN MEMORIAM BERNICE HARDY F unera l s ervice s for Mr Di juan Philyaw, known to all o f his friends a s "Sonny", who passed Saturday, August 17, will be held Thursday, August 22 at 2 P.M. from the Shady Grove Funeral Chapel. He leaves to mourn: a loving mother, Mary L. Philyaw; stepfather, Mr. Sam McCar dy; 1 sister, Dorothy G. Howard; cousin, Willie Overstreet and wife, Emma, Mrs. Viola Cochran; a host of nieces and nephews; 3 great nieces, 3 great nephews and a IN MEMORIAM Funeral services for Mrs. Bernice Culver Hardy of 4608 N. 37th Street, who passed away Friday, August 16, will be held, Wednesday, August 21, at 11 A.M. at Aikens Funeral Chapel with the Rev. H. L. Daniels, officiating. In terment will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Hardy was a native of Newville, AL and a resident of Tampa for the past 34 years. She is surviv ed by: her husband, P. W. Hardy; father and mother, Orlando, Sr. and Ollie Culver; 3 sons, Lensy and wife, Delores, James and wife, Jewel, and Paul of Tampa; 17 grandchildren, Lensy, Jr. of Germany, a devoted grand son, Paul, Ill, Lakeya, Ron trella, Rosie, Josie, Dontez, Remecica, Paulonda, Yolon da, James, Jr., Ralph, Jr., Kathartis, Lartrecia, Reshey, Javares and LaToya of Tam pa; 4 sisters, Rose of Newville, AL, Mattie Sue and husband, Reese, Zennie Mae and hus band, Rev. Benton, Katherine and husband, Julius, New York; 10 brothers, Quincy and Ezell of Daytona, Freeman and wife, Winnie, and Bobby of Newville, Leander and wife, Omelus, Rev. James Culver and wife Behonta, and Willie of Atlanta Hubert of SHADY GROVE ... UNERAL HOME 2305 N. Nebraska 221-3639 anti CEMETEIH' 4615 E. Hanna 626-2332 Compll'lt Buri a l For '725 Add fur '''n i n un Satur''"' : uul add 100 fu r all str vkcs aflt r J p m CH ARLES RELIFORD .. .. Qwncr Philadelphia, Orlando, Jr. and wife, Janie of Deland, George and wife, Letha of Tennessee; 3 aunts, Essie and Clementine of Alabama, and Victoria of New Jersey; 1 un cle, Darby of Alabama; a host of nieces, nephews and other family members and devoted friends including: Josephine, Yolanda and Willie Mae The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel from 5 to 9 P.M. this evening. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 P.M. this evening at the Chapel. The funeral cor tege will arrange from 4608 N. 37th St. "AIKENS FUNERAL HOME." BRYANT& WIL"'LIAMS JAMES A. BAKER Mr. James A. Baker, 2820-17th Street West, Bir mingham, Alabama, passed away August 19, at his residence. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 1 P.M. from the Rising Star M.B. Church, 1320-2nd Ave. West, Birmingham, AL, with the Pastor, Rev. C. E. Simpson, officiating. Entombment will follow in the Carver Cemetery, Eftsley, AL. Mr. Baker was a native of Bir mingham and a retired of General Motors Corpora tion. Survivors include: his ROGERS I host of sorrowing relatives and In loving memory of our friends. The remains will Dad, Deacon Willie Sweatrepose at Shady Grove Funeral man, who passed August 10, Chapel from 5 to 8 P.M. 1976. Our brother William Wednesday. The family Sweatman August 22 1970. receive friends from 6 to 7 As days years go such p.M. The funeral cortege wtll -memory forever set each day arrange 4408 Troy St. Ina light and inspiration, terment tn Shady Grove abiding in our hearts. Cemetery. SHADY GROVE Sadly missed by Mrs. Louise FUNERAL HOME. Gooddine and family. WILSON SIS. RHONA GEORGE Funeral services for Sis. I DEATH NOTICES PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME Baby Girl Holmes, 4703 Muskogee Ct. Apt. 6 Mrs. Nellie Mae Benton, 1704 Wishing Well Way Mrs. Alice Pearl Sutton, 3512 E. Buffalo Ave. Mr. Willie McNair, 5010 N. 40th St. OAK HILLS FUNERAL HOME Mildred L. Harlow, 1514 Chelsea Irene Moore, 4505 State Rt. Plant City Rhona George of 4416 Booker John Anthony Wegel, 3510 T. Drive, who passed away in Santiago Ave. a local hospital, will be held AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Thursday at 11 A.M. at Mrs Bernice Hardy, 4608 N. Beulah Baptist Institutional 37th St. Church with the Rev. A. Leon Lowry, officiating. Interment SHADY GROVE FUNERAL will be in Shady Grove HOME Cemetery. She is survived by: Dorothy Mcintosh, 918 E. 2 sisters, Hilda Scott, Tampa, 14th Ave. Apt. #A and Sara Brown, New Infant Jonathan Pierre Rochelle, NY; 4 brothers, Warren, 1527 Gren St. Apt. A In memory of Mr. West B. Hudson, who departed this life August 20, 1979. No longer our lives to share, but in our hearts you're always there. Sadly missed by your wife, Nora Hudson and children. WILSON'S FUNERAL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our Business 1!1 Service" Phone: 248.6125 PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As Impressive As Required As Inexpensive As Desired PHONES 247-3151 or 247-3152 AIKENS FUNERAL HOM Cor. Burfalo & 28th St. 232-8725 We're The Key To Fine Servin! fUNERALS BY: BRYANT & WILLIAMS Ruy Williams Funeral Home J4J7 N. Albony Ave. 2.53 "When Understanding Is Needed Most Alfred and Guy Byrd of John Wesley Washington, SPIRITUAL Grand Cayman, Thomas Route 1, Box 216, Valdosta, ADVISOR Byrd, Riviera Beach, and GA True Psychic Born With Gilliard Byrd of New York; Dijuan C. P hilyaw, 4408 Power. Will Satisfy You In several nieces and nephews, Troy St. One Visit. Has Loved One > = c. ::::!. I f!l = =-= rll some of whom are: Sybil Turned Against You? Are d M H d Reserve Underwoo ary ar tson, You Unhappy, Discour "0 Ruth Moore, Dania Cayarro, Insurance Company aged Influenced B II Sc d Alf d ALFREDIA BROWN Wi tam ott, an re Repr e s enlot;v e Evil Spell? I Can Succeed Barton Byrd; 2 sisters-in-law, Specializing In Retirement, life, Where Others Have Failed. Z Vera Thompson and Pauline Medicare Supplement & Basic Call Anytime. z FUNERAL HOME PHONE 239-3101 Or 258-0764 4605 34th Street LADY ATTEND A NT "WE GIVE THE BEST FOR LESS." Harris. She also leaves several Health. Daily Bless1' ngs. Phone: 621-9462 ...1 grandniecesandnephews,and ParkC.ntratOfftceatdg.Ste.40s 1 813 677-2971 .. .. -------


320 24th A BARGAINS OF THE WEEK Experienced Presser needed 4 venue ..,. SECRUARY CRUISE SHIP JOBSt at El Encanto Cleaners for $200 DOWN/FHA TERMS Nice spacious CB/stucco, 3 I;!) w "II t t t1"me/full Great income potential. All (I bedrooms/2 baths. $37,500, I ram par shirts, coats, etc. 1818 15th 3 bedroom block home ess B a1 preferred but occupations .... o in fonnation d "f $500 dow n payment tame. 1mgu "Avenue (Cor. of 8th). Call than rent). Move m to ay I >" ,not necessary. Ollie Garrett, call: (312) 742-8620, ex r ')39. 248 _3979 you qualify! Very neat CB, 3 875-4865 _______ BO R REALTY bedrooms/1 bath, new roof, r p ttime Janitorial, ISLAND HAR U A VON A nER $47 ,000; down payment $500. $5.00/hour f lmmediate openPre-Christmas special for a AL L Luxury CB, S bedrooms/2 PARALEGALS NCNB seeks experienced Par alegals with knowledge of real estate lending; commercial loans and mortgage warehousing Re sponsibilities Include verification of collateral, insl.!rance, UCC and real estata documentation. Col lege degree preferred. AiiPIJ IIi,._., ..... -to: L.indl! Toller P.O.Box:IIIOD lngs for males. 253-2539 or A f 251-3478 limited time. Join von or baths, $46,000. Call today! 229-2939. only $5.00. Call Now! 1-------..... ---; Lorrie Underwo.od, ___ 238-7841 or 969-0206;' leave 3 BR's/2 baths, garage Salesman PUBLICATIONS message, name, phone number CH/ A, dining room, 2500 sq. Res. 621-4175 or 875-4865 (Assistant Director and address. ft. and much more. Seller pays GARREn REALTY for Publications closing cost. Drive by 4109 1------------tr The University of South MECHANIST LaSalla St., then call Sue Kirk FHA HOMES Florida is accepting applica1st CLASS MECHANICAL 885 7468 ofc.; 968 4714 Low down payment. Small home. tioas for the position of DirecINSPECTOR monthly payment. Quick oc-tor of PubUcations in the OfCome in and look us over 1------------"1 cupancy. Call for free in forflee of Media Relations and Saturday, August24, 9a.m. to HOMES FOR SALE mation. PubUcations. This position is 12 p.m., for qualified people 3 bedroom/2 bath stucco, \ VUERANS responsible for the manageinterview on spot. Modem a/c $20,000. Handyman special. VA 0 money down, no closment and day-to-day operashop, top pay and more. 237-1625. Fast occupancy. Free tions of the Publications SecH&s Swanson 2 bedroom, comer lot, fencinformation. : 1 tion and as one of two Tool Company ed, pecan trees. Make offer. OWN A HOME FOR LESS. assistant directors in the of9000-68th St., N 237-1625. THAN RENT --TELEPHOt SALES REPRESENTATIVES flee. Pinellas Park S bedrooms, clean; $28,000. 2,3 and 4 bedrooms, low Duties include, planning, EOE Owner financing. 237-1625. down payment. Free informa, supervision of staff, overview '-----W-A_N_T-ED_I ___ -1 2 story/3 acres, $120,000, tion. of editing, preparation of private fiShing hole stocked We are seeking highly moti vated c8ndidatas with excellent orai and written communication akilll to sell automobile and specifications, administration Mature, experienced with bass and catfish. d tary janitorial personnel for the of printing, bu ge overGreater Tampa/St. Pete areas. 237-1625. WALT BREWER REALTY 933-6621 home owner Insurance by phone. Candidates must hold a valid Florida 220 Agents License Prevlou telephone axparlanca preferred. sight, client relations, and I SUN BELT REALTY f Positions open from maids assistance in development o Ex Assoc .Inc., Realtor policy. janitors to superv1s1on. 1------------..;..."1 Minimum training and excellent pay and benefits. Full perience: BA or BS with jour-and part-time openings. Apply nalism, publications, English Monday-Friday between 3 pm SEVEN SERVICES REALTY 626-7. 131 or 68$ CONTACT CAL HOPKINS FOR THESE GREAT We o1t.r excellent salaries and comprehan1lva company paid banenta. PI-Hnd mume with salary requlrarnente )0: SE I Financi'al Analysis Depart inent needs Secretary with statistical typing skills of 50 WPM and experience with display write II word proces. sor. Apply in perSon or send res ume to: Linde Toller P.O. Box Tampa, FL 33630 -CRIB d i trati as & 6 pm at: or business a m DIS on ROYAL SERVICES major areas of study, five years experience in editorial 2907 N. Florida Ave. and production management, a thorough knowledge of journalistic editorial practices, and ACCOUNT commercial printing practices, (HCC) techniques and methods. Professional accounting Prefer strong skills in writing, work involving the application editing graphic of accounting procedures to a design and print production as varieh of fiscal transactions. well as demonstratable super. Qualifications: visory and budgetary exBachelor's degree in Accounperience. ting or Business Administra-Salary range: tion and two years of relevant $21,110-$29,_560. Send experience (or comparable resume, work samples and a amount of training & exlist of references to Bob Allen, perience). Director of Media Relations Minimum starting salary: and Publications, ADM 264, $13,822 yr. (plus excellent University of South Florida, benefits). Tampa, Florida 33620. Application Deadline: Application deadline: August 23, 1985. For applica. September 11, 1985. tion call Personnel Dept. Ali Equal Opportunity (879-7222, Ext. 230) or send ci letter and resume to: Director of Personnel ENGINEER 3 HILLSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE (2 Positions) P.O. Box 22127 Surface Water Management Tampa, Fla. 33630 Salary Range: t21, 153-$31,116/ Annually EOE/M-F Highly responsible technical position which requires Gordon Commee Real Estate Bkr. VALUES AT 877-6771 or 248-6197 2 bedrooms/ bath, range and refrigerator included, ceil ing fans in living room. $32,000, approx. $1,600 to WE BUY HOMES move in. Possible assumption. AND LOTS DUPLEX IN SULPHUR SPRANY CONDITION INGS Grocery store and meat $3l,900. One unit has 1 market w/3 additional apt. bedroom/1 bath; other unit rentals, 1001 E. Columbus has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. Dr., $135,000. Good investment. 4-1 Br apts. p'us business, SEMINOLE HEIGHTS S6s;ooo w/$20,000 down. 2 bedrooms/} bath, family Terms available. Also 3 extra room. large house and lot near C-2 lots available. park. House needs work done. 3 BR's/lbath home, newly Buyer pays closing cost and renovated, 402 W Palm. owner will finance at $44,900. Rent-to-buy. BUILDING LOT RESIDENTIAL LOTS Near the river in the heart of Sell or wili build to suit, town, corner lot, high & dry. financing available w/good $49,900. Make offer credit. PALM RIVER 2 BRit bath frame house, 4 bedrooms, 1 V2 baths, $250/month. Relit-to-buy. family room, nice fenced yard This one won't last. ori corner lot; $52,900. PossiCorner 23rd St. & 28th Ave. ble assumption. 2 lots, R-3 zoning, water & DUPLEX IN HYDE PARK sewer available. Owner $55,000. One unit has 1 motivated. Terms available. bedrom/1 bath, other unit has NEW ON MARKET 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In 4-lBR apt. houses, rent good condition. $230/month each. Reduced to SIX ACRES IN $76,000. Owner motivated. THONOTOSASSA Call Lisa Rugotzke, Realtor On SR 579, convenient to = graduation from an accredited college o r university specializing Civi_l or related Science and 4 years engmeenng expenence. d Assoc.,_ 626-7131, eves I-4, high and dry, zoned R-2 and AA. $72,000 will divide r acreage. Owner financing. Foreclosure! Foreclosure! BOARDING HOME Preference given to individuals with Mas!er s egree in Civil, Environmental or Agricultural Engmeenng. e Both positions will be assigned to the Surface Wa_ter Management Section of the Res.ource Department. Prefer individuals w1th expenence. '" surface water hydrology and desigr and of drainage systems for land development pro1ects. To include an benefit package. Interested e individuals should apply with application/resume proof of education. SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT e 2379 Broacl Str-t r'... Brooksville, FL 33512 __ an equal m / f Foreclosure! Sixteen rooms presently rented for $100/month with Low Interest Rates Low Closing Cost potential for higher rent. Live Ea1tTampa Block home, 6 rms. freshly pain ted, 3 BR's, a steal at '28,000. Pool Home 3 BR/2 bath block, will not last of '37,500. Only '500 dn. lluscti:: Garclens ArBiock home, 6 rms., 3 BR's/2 baths. ; well. Asking '53,500. '500 dn. South Of Gancly 3 BR block home, '47,000, roof, large lot Freshly painted. On '500down. West Tampa Good investment property, 2 BR/ 1 bath asking '32,000. '500 down. 2 BR/1 both block home, new roof room for expansion. '22,500. down in owners/managers quarters clean as a pen. $110,000 Good investment. PutNumberl to work for you: tffi m 21 A Bay Area Realty, Inc. 4508 N. Armenia Ave. Tampa <0 Rtoa iE.'\laif'r u rpuratiun. Equal U ppu rtunil ) EnqNuy n INDEPENDENTLYOWNEOA.NPOPEIATEO.


.................................................................................. CLASSIFIED ADS-DIAL 248-1921-CLASSIFIED AD DEPT... FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD MONEY TALKS! bedroom apt., $220 a #328 1; 3 bedrooms/1 bath cement 1 and 2 bedroom apts for month. 1 bedroom REEVES PLUMBING REWARD block home, remodeled. lib rent, a/c. 1 & M Apts., 1002 1--$-16_5_/_m_o_n_t_h_. _94_9_-_3s_s_1_. __ --l CO., INC. new. VA $0 down, FHA. Lemon St. 2 -1 1. 1705 MITCHELL AVE. 238-4348 $5-$500 $1,250, so closing cost; .. --i.., N $360/month, $34,900. M FOR for rent. 873-3650. T f A For Your Junk Car ;= COLUMBUS DRIVE/ ram or S T (Scholastic ..,. 876-0780. -FLORIDA AVE Apt. for rent by week or by Aptitude Test), VerbalMath Fast Free Pickup 11-------------1 7_. ...,-....;--1 with com potent Profes"'' HAND YMAN Furnished, neat, and 1 6 2 6 61 2 4 sionals. 971-5639. 2/1, Ybor City area. Owner reasonable. 238-3 or WEST TAMPA finance, $2000 down PJIY off 938-2587. Clean 1 bedroom duplex, 1-..;_---------'"""1 $50 /week, $125 security. buyers. Call Herman, 932-3077. 248-6256, evenings; 248-6112, Large furnished rooms for ....,_ ..... ....., _______ ....,. days. "rent with kitchen facilities. Nice clean rooms for nice TOM P. MARTINO, INC. Call 237-2808. clean working people. Com2018 E. 7th Avenue pletely furnished and all 2 bedroom duplex, stove, utilities paid. Please call We buy Homes and Lots For Cash. ANTHONY & ASSOCIATES REALTOR 6304 N. Nebraska 237-5011 FOR RENT refrigerator, air, carpet, 254-39 75. b rgl r b -415 F t A 2 bedroom/1 bath house '74 Chevy Pick-up 1 bed room apt., living and u a ars, ores ve., Very clean. Cail621-4166 after with large shady lot, Automatic, radio, beater, dining rooms 237-8637 6 $2SO/month. 932 2338 new tires, ready to work. ment available. 254-3975. west Tampa larg_ e 3 1 bedroom apt., ale, Small Payments. 11--------------t d masonry, .. .c.O/week or ALLSTATEMOTORS be room frame house, 2340 ol'!U 23 289 1 room for rent, 876-3303. Chestnut; $300/month or $240/month. 5906 N. 40th 5018 22nd St. 7 5 2511 Beach St. Mature man. $80/week 238-1697. Street. 238,.1697. '78 Pontiac Grand Prix Full Power, air, stereo, wire wbeels, two-tone paint, extra clean. $2850. Easy terms. ALLSTATE MOTORS 5018 22nd St. 237-5289 MORTGAGE LOANS No Check! Tony Muniz, Jr. Licensed Mtg. Bkr. 6304 N. Nebraska Ave. 237-5011 If you had a way to retire Unfurnished 4 bedroom ROOMS FOR RENT comfortably within 5 to 7 h f 2 330 U S Unfurnished 2 bdrm. L f h d "th 1 ouse or rent, mon t. arge urnas e rooms wt years, wou d you use it? If Loaded, automatic, power Call after 5 p.m. 877-5951. House, 1215 Kay Street. Clean burglar bar door, near Florida your answer is yes, then call steering, air, stereo, sport 11----_;;._ _____ _, and reasonable 238-3244. A N 1 d I d 988 9579 Furnished rooms and apts. venue ew Y remo e e and start the ball wheels. $2450. Small down 1-------------t Bathroom and kitchen payment. Convenient location. Very Unfurnished 1 BR apt., privileges $45 / week plus !!. nl ce. 228-9538. Washers/Dryers ALLSTATE MOTORS 2305-lSth St. Clean and $15.00 deposit required. f 1 S018 22nd St. 237-5289 t= 2 bedroom cement block reasonable. 238-3244. 253-2539 or 229-2939. Re r gerators/Freezers = apt. for rent, $185/month. Starting At Just We buy Homes. Any Condii 621-8151 after 5 p.m. 3 bedroom apt. fully 2909 Jefferson St., 1 $5 OO tion. Any Area. ; carpeted, $275/month. bedroom funished apt., elecTom P. Martino 3 bedroom house w / fenced237-4978. tric included, $200/month, Inc., Reoltor ""C:C in yard, central air & heat. 1-...;;.;; __________ -t lsi Week's Rent = deposit required, 6 month F Se 2018 E. 7th Ave. 0" 5706 E. 30th St. 626-3868. 1 furnished and 1 unfurnishlease. 2297133 or 251_ 3610 ree rvace 2 48.6 11 ed 2 BR apt. for rent, just 1----------t 238-6461 ....... ----:::1" 1 bedroom apt., a/c heat, remodeled. Call933-3147 after DUPLEX 1------------1 Is It True You Can Buy a, $250/month, $150 deposit. 7 p.m. or 933_ 1455 days. North of Busch, newly PRIVATE INVESTORS Jeeps for $44 through the u;s. Call Gary between 6 pm 10 painted, w/w carpet, ale-, Will consdider any situaGovernment? Get the facts topm, 879-5515. Large 2 bedroom frame fenced, near shopping Homeowners only. day! Call1-312-742-1142, Ext. 2 bedroom Townhouse near house, West Tampa, l802 N. area. $300 a month plus days. 9924. h 1 Arme.nia, $250/month or deposit, lease required Secpublic and pnvate sc 00 s, $70/week. 238-1697. lion 8accepted. Call972-2513. f ; $255/month. 503 Warren St., 78 MC Van Mortgage Loans up to t11 carpet, electric utilities. Nice 31/.a ton, automatic, power $15,000 :"'io Credit Check s > neighborhood. 239-3984. apt., $275/month 254-4931. ti:==========:M steering, air, radio, heater. Tom P. Martino, Inc., ::I Partly customized. $2850. Realtor 1913-llSth Ave. & AUTO-HOME-LIFE EasyTerms. 2018 E. 7th Ave. 2 h Furnished rooms for rent, 1205-1 t _Ave. FASTCLAIMSERVICE ALLSTATE MOTORS Ph. 248-6111 ... _. 1216 12th Ave. Clean and 2 bedroom unfurnished RATES FOR GOOD AND 5018 22nd St. 237-5289 apts. just painted; $49/week, reasonable, refrigerator cook. BAD DRIVING We Buy Land. Area. I $49 deposit. Call Mrs. Minarl-i-ng;....fa_c_il-it_ie_s_. _2_38 ... -_3_244_. __ -+ RECORDS I BUY$$H$0MES Call Herman, 248-6111 or di, days 253-8871 or eves. 248-6256. nights/weekends, 253-3870. 2 bedroom apt., a le, INSURANCE Any area. Any condition Tom P. Martino $275 / month or $70 / week. Fast service. Call Alan, days Inc. Reoltor = e ------------1 5906 N. 40th Street. 238-1697. HAMILTON AGENCY 963-0565; nights, 963-1956. 2018 E. 7th Ave. Section 8 only. 2 bedroom ::I" N. lOth St. S t: 1720 North Nebraska Ave. PHONE: 229 C II U W Ca H I DUPLEX 254-0604. a s -e n e p. Every option available. e ACCURATE MORTGAGE elour interior, new tires, full 2 bedroom / 1 bath duplt' with a l e, 8508 Elmer St. $325 per month plus deposit. Call 886-5006 or 685-7836. 3 bedroom house and more Ybor City, 2612-18th St. & Columbus Dr., $280/month or $7S/week plus $280 deposit. 626-6562. 1st MONTH'S RENT FREE $200 Moves You In Limited time period. Come grow with us! Spacious 2 bedroom un furnished apt., electric ap pliances, security guard liv ing on premises. 231-4745. INVITATION TO BID BROKER omp.uter. Buick's finest Qni,Y Caribbean Contractors, Inc. 14540 N. Florida Avenue. 5250. is seeking bid from certified: Call Alan, days, 963-0565; ALLSTATE MOTORS MBE, DBE and WBE comnights, 963-1956. 018 22nd St. 237-52 panies. Project Name: Faulkenberg I w.Stewater Plant. Project #C-171-85. Bid Date: August 27, 1985 l-.;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;iiiii=iiii-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1 at 2:00 p.m. (EDT) Plans: Dodge fT&fb IMMEDIATE RESULTS ROLLING HILLS APARTMENTS Brm. Apartments Town Homes Cable Available Welcome Ask About Our Special Tampa, Tampa Builders ExNO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY change. Project Name: River Oaks Wastewater Treatment Plant, ur adetp, rzitrotts oaide aoadable Expansion Phase 2, Project #P83 0004 CkreBid Date: September 10, !Trub-'


-;,;,;; N In a "Homegoing Service" priviledged to know her or lasting three hours, citizens come )nto any meaningful from near and far paraded to contact with her. Rev. Bar-rostrum to give testimony mon, in the eulogy, referred to honoring the memory of the Mrs. Sheppard as a "peaceful Mrs. Creola E. Coy Shepservant, am;ays co)isoling." Services for Mrs. ShepHe said that Mrs. Sheppard were held Saturday, I :00 was just a servant fulfilling at the Spring Hill Mis-God ScJiptures: "Be thy Baptist Church with faithful until death .. ," Rev. J. E. Harmon, stating "She will rest at the of the Union close of the d _ay." Association, of-In an interview done with Mrs. Sheppard by the Florida wno ... sentinel Bulletin, May 1, 1977, 1896, passed away she offered a broad range of August 10, 1985, philosophical ideas surroundpassage and she could finish it illness. She was ing the application of a for you." Mrs. Youmans said member of Spring Chfistian life to world dilem-to the bereaved family: ''NoMissionary Baptist and a mas. "If we would serve God tears, no tears, just try to live PIon1ccr resident of that North and pay more attention to today to mother one Community for over what the Scriptures says, .. day-/'" years. times would not be-like they Another noted highlight of At Spring Hill. she served are "People the service was when the aged or 43 years as ... t()day are too selfish. TravelSis. Nellie M. Williams, a superinten

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