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Former Tampan Accidentally Kills Self With Gun At St. Pete Home Hear Ye! -This Office Closes At Noon Every Wed. And Sat. :VOL. 24, NO .. 97. AMERICA'S FOREMOST SEMI WEEKLY TAMPA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1971. STORY ON PAGE J Sentinel Advertisers Invite YOU PRICK 15 CENTS. Frazier Sparkles At South_ern U. UNIVERSITY OF.-SOUTH FLORIDA STUDENTS TO APPEAR ON 'PROSPECTIVE' SU:tfD.AY I Students from the University of South Florida will Director of Project Upward Bound and the program's music major from Napies; Pamelia McNall, student appear _on "Prospective", WFLA, Channel 8 television, moderator; Shirley Chennault, "Miss WUSF Radio and clerk in the office of the Assistant ., P1esid<'nt -Sunday at 7:30 A.M. The theme of the show Is, "A Gold Television," and the first beauty queen selected on of Student Affairs; and Gary Finley, President of the Mjne Here-Black Brains." Pictured dming the tape campus this year; Charles Haugabrooks, a sophomore Afro-American Society. session Wednesday night are, from left, Richa1d F. Pride -PAl Coach Un,happy With Championship Disqualification head coach of the PAL Spartans of Belmont Heights said this that he is unhappy witb the disqualifying of black teams for the Eastern Division Ohllmpion ship for the second stra! ght year. The coach, Horace (Monte) Ed monds, said his teamhas been practicing and playing hard all season getting ready for the championship only to be informed Sentinel Office Will For the first time in twenty leven yeas the Sentinel-Bulletin office will be closed all day Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25, to al low. our employes to spend this hohday home wlth their families. Til& office will be open all day by Leslie Pascoe, PAL Commis sioner, that the Spartans with a 8-1 record, were not eligible for the crown. Edmonds claimed that Pascoe charged he had five uneligible players on the team because th z re were i10 registration slips on either of the five boys. "But the boys were registered at the beginning of the season," claimed Ed Be Closed, Thanksgiving Wednesday Nov. 24th, Instead of half-a day, and aU news and ad vertising for Friday's edition should he phoned or brought In b e fore 3 p.m. The Sentinel will be published as usual on Friday, Nov. 26th Edlto1 : HORACE (Monte) EDMONDS "We played the Giants from North Tampa and Law1;eilce Eeigel, the director of the program, s aid Tommy O'Neal and Michael Johnson could not play because they were not registered/'-' "After gofng this far in the season we were notified that if the five boys' registration slips covld not be found, my team (Spartans) would forfeit the cham pionship and the second place Eagles wculd get the PAL Edmonds continued. "I have ed with my lawyer;'' he said and he informed me if their parents verify the boys were registered, we would retain the champion ship they won on the field." Edmonds, tollally disgusted after having the championship taken a way, conc_lude_ d, "why other tw o play.ers disqualified1" Edmonds s .aia ihe only way would conttriue coachmg next year is if a black commissioner is -voived ; Last year the Tigers from West Tampa lost the champion ship on a "protest" game, ao cording to Edmonds. Corporal Lawrence : Seigel,. di rector of the PAL, told a Sentinel Bulletin newsman that the only .. reason the Spartans were n o t awarded the Eastern Division Ohampionship .: was beca\1!1!.!: of a Clear violation of rules. The PAL Commission sbarie<$ a check on all : the te'a lllS aftet> it was that a PoY age was playing for the Yellow (Continued Oil page I) _11


PAGE TWO Fla. Sentinel Bulletin PublishecJ every Tues. and Fri. -Get Both Editiool 8atu:rday,_ November 20, 1971 -!:ti:!RS_. .ea_ ___ _, ..,_ .-" .,: ;_.' ey.,e'r! seven seconds m our counry's histqry :a IUaJOr Wlll be comm1t ted law en{9rcement officer's that every 56 minu tes an inproviding domestic ; .tran-.Docent man, woman or child will qiiilicybeen so diffiCUlt 1Uld SQ ],ittle be m urdered that every three .and Thill minutes someone will become the iS .indeed unfortunate-' because vic ti m of assault also, that a tlle v.ffien. ever y 30 minutes a woman will all-o u t puQlic st'P,port of our offbe raped. ieers beeri so deeply needed. Sheriff. Beard poin t ed out tha t According to 'the editOrial page such crimes as murder, r a pe, and in' the Mianu Hei-ald of October robbery might a ttract t he a t t en:ir,d of t h i s year -Eight lavi ent i o n of U1e r eading pub l ic mo r e rQrcement officers had been t han o ther crimes of less sensaeel 1h tJie line of It is most tionalism, as bur. glary How conim o n these "days to pick up ever, t his offense is comm i ted newsP.ilper wi t h": 'banner headlimis probably with more frequency than readirtg !Aawman Murdered an y other part one o.ffense and W ithin ls,st year, untold ,also with a 'greater cost to th e riumeer of officers been astax-paying citizens Sheriff Beard saulted, numero u s 'mwmen have s t ated that three oot of fottr bur. been,.: Siam' ,'' not _in n a as glades are c6mplitted against -in: tbe : days : of"ol(f-but more often buildings that have either no lights than. not iii a ambush when or inadequate lighting : Th e Sheriff s\vel'lrig a call 'fo r' .. llelp.;-. believes that an" adequate alarm -oUr"' CitiZens -,aDd includea system gives constant protection ovr -,_ : to __ commercial irtstitutions, but to .. f even with the alarm system, other .Crime .-in .. : safe are Sheriff _,past .,.t,!lken Beacd; eoncluded by saymg: on Jn, the event a burglary does 'the fact that.-i:t has increuing' .occur, .af:te-r discovery, notify y our at a fa.r. th-an,. the. Fate .. law agency of The o wner in popJ.!Iatiqn is,;'"llp ,l;lY: 15 .. strnct employees and co-workper .. wliile ilicre&S::. ers 19, leave the scen e c o mpletely ed by per eent;.and intact. Avo id all ing. D1d you 'know ... ... _.movement m tl;le area of entry and .130,o0o girls. g:ave : theft : : Okay, again we.' have these illegitimate children last .y_ear timely safety tiP.s offered by t he alsa, boy .in: Tc)p In your county. I'll ted before reaching 18, y ears o f yau' ll COURTHOUSE .. : CAPERS I < ... Former T ampan A'cidentally Kills Self Gun By RON PRESSLEY Sentin e l Staff Writer St. Petersburg police reported this week that former Tampan John Lewis Taylor, 29, 1826 12t h JOHN TAYLOR was stolen Wednesday night out of a tiuck owned by A tlas Chem ical Company, 4801 W. 77th Ave ime The truck was at Fl()rida Avenue and Park when tified subjects broke into it. Mrs. Mabel Barthel, 18, 2102 Nassau, named her sister as the suspect c o nnected wUh the theft o f a $30 check Wednesday. Mrs. Barthel said the check was taken from under a bed mattress in a bed'I'OOm Mrs. Annie J acks: n, 52, 2511 Beach Street, lost a 1970 Pon t iac to a thief Wednesday. Mrs Jack-800 tQ!d p o lice officers she had packed the car at Cass and Florida Averiue when it was stolen. The aut:Jmobile i s worth $2,2100. Police said Wednesday that a S t reet, So. accid e ntally s h o t a nd killed himself wit h a 2 5 c a lib e r pistol Sa turd a y m o rning. According t o T a ylor's mo lhcll' in law and hi,s wife, h e wna play ing with the gun at th ei r home when the accid ent occurred. Mr s. Ta y lor and h e r moth e r w e re not home a t t he t ime of t he sh ootin g but w e r e b y w itn esses th a t he sh o t h i m se lf in t h e head while to y ing with the w ea p o n Mrs. T a y lor to ld a Sen tine l newsman th at h e r hu s band often playe d with the iUn o fte n tell him not to it b ut th at's the wa y 11h c tJtlid "I would pl ay w ith he was," 'l 'nyl or J R a di11abled U S v e t.cn m w i t h nin e y ears of mili tm-y duLy behind him He an d h is w ife are pa r ent s of o ne c hild T h e y r ece ntly mo v ed to St Peter s burg from T ampa where the fune r a l service s will be h e ld Saturday a f tern: o n lilt 3 with Cr eal Funeral H o me in charge of ar ran g e m ents GIBBS ATHLETIC DIRECTO: R IS SHOT IN C'HEST ST PETERSBUR G Thom a s C. Stock t on, 40, Gibbs Hig h S c hool s a t hl eti c director was in fair condi t ion Monda y at Ba y front Medical Center wit h a gunshot wound t o his chest. Police said Stock t on wa s shot wi t h a bullet from a .38 'revolver after he and Charles C. 25, exchanged words n e-ar Ninth Avemte and Jordan Park Street S about 7 :30 P M Sunday. Monroe, of 2520 lOt h St S was charged with aggravated assault and jailed In lieu of $5,000 bail for a hearing Nov 17, in District 5 Justice of the Peace Court In the s hooting police s a id Stockton was w alking t o h i s c a r in which a tw o-year old g irl was in the back se a t when Monro& allegedly approa c h e d ; t h e y ar gu e d briefly IU')d Stockton was shot. After the shooting Stockton, of 1111 32nd St. S, drove to 26th Street and 15th A venu e S where the child's D,lOther took the girJ from the car, police said. Police arrived later t o find Stockton with the wound to his right chest, a spokesman said. Stockton has lreen an instructor and coach a t Gibbs 13 years. TRUCK IRIVER EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY .: }i'eYioas diesel $emi e xferieace for -Jndk ... -: / cpecking her belongin gs she roUnd everything in place Assaults Mrs ; Sara Baker, 67, F15 N. Mrs. A!iee Mae Sellers ; 39, 1Sl2 Oregon told police Mooday that 17Hi Avenue, told police NOOday her home had been burglarized. ter.:tO.l'QI after be was cut by a A key was apparently used to ..:m Sidewalk: near her booie. enter. the house since .no sign of The w-Oman was reportedly a b reed entry was seen. __ Taken en wit h a stick. .. the hotise was it portable 1908 Ford station wag<>n w a s from the corner of 3 7 Ul and Lindell. The owned by James Robert Reed, 32, 3414 CQ!llanche, is v alued at $1700. d eliv e ry Tampa area. I Good driYiug reconl. Mast pass physiccil Starting rate $3.15 per hour Haivey Lee Holloway, 23; : radi o, and a portable TV set, lOth A venue, was treated at, .Tam-both V'Blued at $00 pa G ener'8.1 Hospital af-S u bjects broke u;to the home ternoon after h ewas cut by a ,, of Law rence Edward Odom 23, man l\-Ir s Hollo way was at 2000 2300 15th A v enue ; and took $180 ----Ola stree t When the man cut her in musical items Stolen wa.S 10 with a knife ,..Qr a razor. ) j eigh t track' stereo tapes and 8 August '''Lee Hall w .!!Z tape player: Aft unlocked w i ndow Tuesd;;t y night .for and was t he p:Jint of entry; batte r y. Hall, '24, beat A .22 caliber revolver, worth Mrs. _Maty. Hall 25, 2209 $15, was removed from the home 20t h Avenue with hiS 'hands be-of CUrrence Thomas, Jr, 33, 1901 cause ."'of some t hing he had. heard Taliaferro, Apt 2. TI1omas said ab:ut h e r 'I'he incident happened -the gim was taken .either Satur on 16th Street,' betWeen 12th and :OO,y or Sunday from a chest of 13th Avenue. drawers in the bedroom trniden f ified culprits walked in -Burglanes A porta ble TV set. and a por b a ble black and white tele vision set were stolen from the home of Mr s. Ida Mae Hall. Mrs. Hall s ai d while she was away Tuesday night someone broke into her hOJne and took the sets, both w-2rth $120. EntNU!ce was gamed by using a key on the front door. Nothing w as repo -rted missing after a burgJ.acry at the home o f Mrs. Ruby Lipscomb 60, 1805 TaJi.aferr o Mrs Lipscomb told p olice she c a me home at 4 :30 :M::nday afternoon and found a p J ate -._glass window broken After BIG OAK CAFE 1 l Sp!ci3lizing in R ome Cooked Meals. ChiHerlings Smothered Steak Stew Beef i e Smothered P ork : Chops I Smothered Chicken I Fresh Greens 2916 34th Streel 247-9048 t-o the home of Mrs. Dor.is Louise Green, 21, 3008 23rd Street, early this week and left with a stereo with tw-o matching speakers. 'I\te .stereo, worth $60, had been purchased just two days prior to its theft '"A full size bedspread worth $20, was stolen from Mrs Thomasenia Frie rson s home Wednesday The thi ef entered the h o use at 3409 2 9t h Street t hrough the front door. Tampa police officers investi-gat ed a bw-glary at the home of Mrs Eli zabeth Whit e 57, 1501 Grace, Wednesd a y Mrs. Wl1ite said t he ite ms st o len i nclude a port a ble televi sio n set, worth $39.95 a nd a pig-gy bank co n tain ing about $40. Thefts R onald Jones 24, 3002 E : Hanna Ave nu e reported to police Monday that his 1971 Toy :ta sedan had b e en stolen. Jones said he had parke d the car i n a parki ng lot at Conti nental Can Company at 8 :30 Monday night. When he returned shortly past m i dni ght the car was gone.' The vehicle is valued at $1800. A transistor radio worth $10 Alta M. Single tary, 20, 2005 5th Avenue, los t her purse to thie1ves M onday morn1ng T h e Purse was taken from a oov.nter behind a bar a t 1623 5th Avenue. The purse contained $20 in cash when it was t a k en For Info Call 626-4197 R E 0 F R 0 I T.. G R 0 C R Y &PACKAGE .STOR' E 3918 29th Sf.:eor. Buffalo Avenue Phone 248-3733 "Come In Early and Gel The Best" WE DELIVEB WE SELL AMEBICAI EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS v SU.I\TNYLAND TIDE WASHING POWDEoRLYKES POTTED HAM SMOKED SAUSAGE BOx 39c 2 cans 25c .Lh. 79c EXTRA LARGE TOP POP EXTRA LARGE EGGS -FRESH FRYERS (In Carton) Each 98c 5 for 59c DOz. 55c TENDER BEEF LIVER DEL. MONTE CAN CORN TENDER CLUB Lb. 59c { Creamstyle o r Whole Kernel) RIB STEAK Can 29c ... 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f!iaturday, November 20, 1971 FIL Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tuea. and Frt Get Both Editions PAGE THREE Company Awards $12-Million Policy To Black Managed Insurance Co. LOS ANGELES Atlantic Richfield Company has awarded e. group life reinsurance policy totaling $12-million to black managed Golden State Mutual and Western Area general manager, announced here this week Cook said the action was in line with Atlantic Richfield's policy of encouraging economic growth in minority businesses and communities throughout the country. Earlier this year, Atlantic Richfield announced it wouid deposit $1 million in minority owned or managed savings and commercial banks in various parts of the nation, including a number in the west. The Golden State policy Cook said, is for a portion of Atlant i c Richfield's total employee life insurance volume Golden State Mutual serves the insurance needs of black com munities in eight Western S-tates. It is currently cne o-f the largest single, private employers of minorities in the West, according to Ivan J. Houston, president The firm's present insurance volume exceeds $750 million, with assets of more than $37 million. Cuts F o -rce 84,000 from Rolls WASHiNGTON Cutbacks re sulting from extraordinary cost increases resulted in a net total of 84,000 Americans being dropped from state welfare rolls in July, the Department of Health, Education and Welfare reported Friday. It was the third straight month that declines in welfare enrollment exceeded additions com pared to an average monthly in crease of about 2 per cent earlier in the year. Hardest hit by the cuts wers the elderly and neecfy families headed by women. Twenty states and District of Columbia dropped 70,000 mothers and children Ltlder th'e program of aid to dependent children, and 39 states reported withdrawing old age assistance from 11,000 persons E ome of the states also reduced welfare payment levels. The drop would have been even greater had not 34 states and territories increased their welfare rolls. "Several factors appear to be C o leman' s Music Co. SAVE 50% AND MORE LAY-A-WAYS AND THREE HUNDRED EASY. TERMS GUITARS $15 II UP CORNETS II FLUTES $49 8r UP TRUMPETS, TENORS II 4831 FLA. ALTO AVE SAXOPHONE $99 II UP PHONE 235-8021 Our portable is a Sharp value! $8995 Most likely, you already have a bfg TV. So how about a small one you can change around, from room to room? portable has a 75 sq. in. screen, instant picture and sound, 82-channel reception, front speaker and telescoping antenna. Small price, tool ZALES JEWELERS My, how youVe changed Use one of our convenient charge plans,. Tampa Classic Parade To Be Held Saturday The Tampa Classic parade will be held as scheduled next Saturday morning, Nov. 27th, the Sentinel Bulletin learned Thursday night. Coach A. S. (Jake) Gaither at tended two meetings Thurs. in an effort to iron out difficulties -en countered with scheduling the parade The meetings were held at Bake Junior High and the Sentinel office. So far, four bands have been progmmmed for the parade along wtth the famed Marching 180 of Famu. Robert Gilder, Communfty Action Director in the county and an alumnus of Famu, was appoint ed parade marshal. Gilder said he will every effort "at this late date" to make the parade .as successful as last yaer's. Persons interested tn putting autos or floats in tbe parade should either Gilder or Johnny Doe at 677-6024. contributing to the apparent leveling off of the welfare case loads," an HEW spokesman said, "the most notable being the re cent efforts of states to cut back on payments and recipients because of the extraordinary cost rise in the past year." The sharpest cutback was in New Jersey, which dropped 108, 000 women and children in July. C alifornia dropped 8,600; Oregon 6,500; New York 4,900; Kansas 4,200; Nevada 3,200, and Wash ington 3,400. States receive federal funds for all welfare programs except general assistance arid are required to submit monthly spending re ports to HEW. City Union Wide Ushers No. 1 Garfield Anderson, Pres. Mr. Jame11 Johnson Rept. The City Wide Ushers Ull'kln No. 1 wil convene at New Salem P B. Church Sunday Rev. R. H. Howard is pastor All members are asked to be present and on time DOWNTOWN -604 FRANKLIN ST. WESTSHORE BRITTON PLAZA ---------YOUNCi MAN SEEKING EASY WORK CHOOSES BARBERING By MARTHA WHITE Sentinel Staff Writer Arthur Brandon is young, in telligent, single and is in business for himself. Malboro, as he is usually call ed, has operated Malboro s B-arber shop on 29th Street for nine m s nths after buying the business with his own money Malboro's story isn't one that goes back to when he was a child attending elementary sch:Jol. He didn't get his start by cutting his friend's hair nor was it a re occuring dream. In f act, he never really thought of going into bar bering U)ltil after he graduated from Middleton High School in 1963. After graduation, he knew the next step was to find a job. Always hav i ng the tendency to shy away from hard w crk he thought that barbering was an easy way of making good money. For eighteen months he attended Tampa Barber College taking in even ing classes while he drove trucks in the daytime and worked at a locaJ nightclub late a t night Then with a certificate from barbering school in one hand and a Florida license in the other he was all set work He worked 18 months of apprenticeship in a barber shop on 22nd Street, then Coach Of PAL (Continued From Page 1) Jackets. It was then that they discovered the five boys were playing wit hout the proper papers. Those players are, Carl Peterson, Dam: n Woodall Rodney Johnson, Curtis Everhart, and Fred DaYis. Seigel said, "I would say that Edmonds is a go.od coach, but coaching i s a fulltime job in it self and if he has to keep up with the administrative job also, something is lacking." At the ginning of the season all teams were supposed to send a repre sentative to the meeting of t\le cs-mmission, he said. "During the first three meeting David Peo ples and Samuel Childs were to represent the Spartans but neither showed up," Seigel said. "This could be stemming from another incident that took place with another team that violated rules last year. To wrap it up, the commission Is not prejudiced in any way It just resulted from a lack of team representation and viclation of the PAL Midget Foot ball conference rules said Seigel. He concluded by saying he didn't know what team filed the protest but the foc t ball commission would know Ineligible Forfeits Man Title PETERSBURG, Va.-The Cen tral Intercollegiate Athletic Asso ciation said Mqnday that a Vir ginia State C ollege reserve foot ball player has been found to be ineligible and ordered the Trojans he went to Cole s Barbershop on Buffalo and 34th Street. Appnrently not being satisfied working in someone else's shop, Brandon now 26, sought his cwn place until he found the shop for sale on 29th Street where he established his "sometimes up and sometimes down bus ; ness." The thing that really int

-PAGE FOUR Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Pu blishe d ever y Tues. and Frl Get Bot h E d itionl Sa. t u rday, November 20, 1971 ttorida IBu!lfetl-ii --Publisbed evef"J Tuesday aod Friday bJ Florida Sentinel-Bulletin Publishing Co. P. 0. Box 3363, Tampa,. Florida 33601. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS -Founder and Publisher c.' BLYTHE ANDREws .Ja. -_. Eueutlve Sll\lON Vice Presiden'-'Prodactlllll MRS. ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Viee Presldent-Societ)' JOBNm .JACOBS PreSidenMdvertis.fug Second class pastage at Tam" FlQ11da, SUBSCRIPTION RATES :_,. s.so per year one editioa. '$1!.50 year both editions Sunival Of Poor A Gll.Sii.urbmg pattena of hos .. -tilill:y to the people on public dolehas .been emerging with .increasing _frequency in .major ur b au where alwns and poverty are at' their watermark. -T1ie hostility may be attributed 't9 two_ -basic assumptions, both of, which are false. 1he one inos:t otten heard and echoed in the ]iublic press is thwt the poor are tJlose persons who a.re too -lazy to work The o t h e r is that, alight. in the repeated cycle of "poverly.o there -are ,thme. who. make -a profession of being on re lief-. -UncoriscionaMe JWliucians are fond df mouthing both of, thpse unremi'bting S&appositicns.. H is a vote getllinc gimmick _which they prefer to telling _the truth about soeia:l coBditioriiS. The' economic 'ex ploitecs, _pseudo _moralists lis.ten to these misrepresentaJ!Jion w it h : 'l'D t!hem cuJttmg '4own -the relief -_:rofls a highly de &irable, indeed_ Christian way of effoolling rehu:tion of taXes. the.,. welfare pt:Ogram is supported by taxes. Bull: it is such a rel8itii'Vely small percentage of the individual's income t'hat goes for rel.ief that in no sense-can t ill: be CODSidUed a disabling SlaC rifice. 'Ilie point to bear in :mind is that but for die .dole system, a revolution of immeaaurable tragic consequences would have be en No de-Veloped 50 ciety oan endure poverty for l ong io the mlidst of plenty. T h French Revolution and the Bola hevic Revolt are his,torical ex amples of the strugg-le for survival. Clas s dismissed. New Mt. Zion 2511 E. Columbus Dr. Rev. B. J. Jones, Pastor The eighty-third annual session of the First South Florida Missionary Baptist Association is still in process at Mt. Zion. At 9:30 Sunday morning Sunday School will be conducted by the district supt., Rev. J .. E. Atkins. The local supt. summary will be by Rev. W. C. Campbell. The First Baptist Institutional Church of Lakeland will be in charge of the morning service at 'll,with message being delivered by the pastor, Moderator P. H. Jackson. Sunday afternoon at 2 the annual mass meeting will be conducted by Rev. J. W. Toomer. The sermon will be by Rev. J. C. .Bell, alb'!rnate ,Rev. C. H. Mobley. Their choirs and ushers will serve. The public is invited to :these services. Remember to visit and pray for the sick and shutins. As our pastor, R-ev. Jones says, "This is the church where every-: _________ ___ __ St. Paul AME 504 Harrison St. Rev. F. C. Sanchez, Pastor Mrs. C. H Martin, Rept. The Ste-ering Committee ap point-ed by the pastor has been at work over a period of two weeks with three valuable areas of concerns 'that will make pos sible the satisfactory participation of every member. This legisla tion is focused on the restructure or revision of some previous rules. Mr. James Hargrett Jr., and Mr. Ben Griffin are chairmen of the restructuring committee. Area No. 1 of the Conference Branoh Missionary Society will hold their planning meeting at St. Paul on Saturday morning at 10. All churches of Area No. 1 are expected to send representatives to this meeting. The time is from 10 to 12. Mrs. Rubye is conference branch president. Mrs. C. H. Martin is area chairman. Our sick and shutin members are slowly convalescing. Remember them and the sick and shutins They desire your blessings. T yer T esnple Central and Ross Rev. E. J. Rivers, Jr., Pastor S. S. began at 9:30 with the supt., Mr. Phillip Hunter in charge. All teachers were at their post. The lesson was re viewed by the pastor. Morning worship at 10:55 with the pastor at his post. Music was rendered by the Alter Choir. The No. 2 ushers and stewards served. Tha message was brought by the pastor. Sunday at 5:30, the pre-Thanks giving Tea and Fashion Revue will be presented in the sacial hall. Many local talents will ap pear on this program. The fashion revue will feature tots, teen, and adults. This tea is being sponsored by the No. 2 choir. Mr. Allen Franklin is president. The public is invited. New Progress MB 3307 E. Shadowlawn Rev. E. J. Williams, Pastor Mr. Robert Coleman, Reporter S. S. will be gin at 9:30 with the newly elected supt., Ezell Barrien in charge. Morning servi6e will be called to order at il. The junior choir and No. 1 ushers will serve and the pastor will bring the mes sage. The same choir and ushers will serve for night service at 6:30. Tuesday night the No. 1 choir will -have rehearsal; Wednesday night the No. 2 choir will have rehearsal; Thursday night, prayer meeting; Friday male chorus rehearsal, and Saturday night, the Southern Tone Gospel Singers will render a program .,t the church. / Mt. Tabor Ushers No. 1 Mrs. Lavon Cooper, Pres. Mrs. Dollie Mae Brown, Rept. Mt. Tabor Ushers No. 1 will have meeting Monday night at the church at 7:30. All are asked to be present. Important business will be discussed. All members are asked to come Sunday after noon at 3 dressed in their uni forms. We will be observing our pastor's anniversary. Tampa District Laymen Mr. Benny Favors, Pres. Mrs. Reatha Williams, Rept. The Tampa District Laymen Or ganization will meet Sunday at 3 at New Bethel AME Church, Sulphur Springs. Rev F. Rod riguez is pastor and Miss Dinah King is president. The meeting will begin on time and all officers and members should be present. Important business will be discused Evangelist Prayer Band Mrs. L. Owens, Pres. The Evangelist Prayer Band of which Mrs. M. B. Spivey is di rector will meet Sunday mornmg at 5 at the home of Rev. L. ll!ill!'r. 2026 E Buffalo. The public !s :n\:ted. I Brandon High School By Morreatha Prince and Lutricia Jorda.n STUDENT OF THE WEEK Cute, hip, crazy, and many more things can be said about Wanda Miller. Wanda is a sophomore and resides with her parents at 3406 29t h s-treet w,ith Mr. and Mrs. Danny Miller Friends: Linda Mil lie, Teresa, Elanor, Diane, Patricia; Willie, Eugene, Robert, Micreal, Linda, and all of the soulful people around the Eagle's den. Record-Have You Seen Her; hobbies-sewing, dancing, jiving around and going out wit h her no one man ; food-anything edible. EAGLES CHATTED Sylvia Haggins and Eugene Cr one seem to be making it funky, what about it Gene s-tanley Henry and Wayne Mayweather I was informed that you two don't know how to act like gentlemen in class. I heard Tomll}y Folks and E'arline Graham are trying to get ; something going M!anuel Johnson has his eyes on a certain chick, and he said he s not moving the m off. GET WELL: We would like to send a Get Well wish to Edna Collins saying hurry back cause we miss y ou. C ONGRATULATIOINS: Congratulations go out to Robin Parker for 1st runner up in the Home c omin g Queen contest. EAGLES TOP 3 1. It' s Impossible 2 Show Me How 3. A Thin Line Between Love and Hate. THOUGHT FOR TODAY If y o u love life, live it; If you don't love life, leave it alone. Check you later. PARTY: James Williams is having a set tonight, Friday Nov. 19, lo cation 5016 87th StTeet, Progress Village. Tam.pa Bay lech By CARRIE J. CAUSEY Hi soul the titans are once again on the scene to rap to you about some of the bad happen ings around the Kingdom. STUDENT OF THE WEEK A well up together and jive sopohmore describes our student of the week, John Ford. He is the proud son of Mr. and Mrs. Diggs. His vocation around the tech is Auto Macl:lanic, his future plan is to be a .football pley .er. John likes to walk around the campus raping his well put together and mature rap on some of the tight chicks .arou,nd the Den. Some of his favorite foods are Hot dogs, pizza and etc., his favorite record is, Shaiit; his main gal is T.W.T. Some of his tights around the tech are, Pamela Brown, Carrie Causey, Brenda Streeter, Red, Mike Kenny, Harold Campbell, Wauline Carswell, and all the other names he could not think of at the time. Congratulations John for being -Pleasant Chapel AME Rev. A. W, 'sunday school began at 9:45 with the Sl1pt; and Teachers at their post. The lesson was reviewed by the pastor. Morning Service began at. 11 A.M. with Ohoir No. 2 in charge. A dynamic Message was by the Assistant Pastor, Rev. W. D. Shipp. Mr. Robert Brown became a member and the pastor and members were grateful to have him unite with us. Ev-e=--.mg service began at 6 o' clock with Choir No. 2 in charge. A wonderful Message was deli vered by the pastor. His subject was "Sufferlng As A Christian" Choir No 2 will be selling Hot Chili, Chicken, Fish Sandwiches, Pies and Cakes all day Saturday. Everyone is invited to come. Sunrise' Prayer Band Mrs. Sammie L Scott, Pres: Tommie M. White, Rept. The Sunrise Prayer Band will -meet Sunday morning at 5 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Annie Baker, 2108 R-eviera Gt. Elder L. Williams director. Mt. Pleasant Chorus Mrs. Grace McArthur, Pres. Mrs. Maggie Cusseaux, Rept. The Mt. Pleasant Jubilee Chorus will have rehearsal M o n d a Y night at 8 at the church. All are asked to be present. A. L. Brown Chorus Kay Brown, Pres. Barbara Tucker, Rept. The A L. Brown Chorus will have rehearsal Saturday afternGon a t 3. All members are asked to be p r c:.sc-.L chosen Student of the week. CAMPUS GOSSIP: Ronald Wright-it seems that the message you gave me, has been mispla\!ed, try again don't give up. Mike Kenny the soul of them all is still doing his thing. Mike lay his rap out as a everyday thing, keeping his lines tQgether is his main thing and likinjp at his class room from a distance is his other th.fug. Mike tends to hurry to class l;n .. "t he never gets there. Don't give up Mike the rock is almost hot. CongratUlation Brenda Street for hanging a second place for the souls around the Den. Pam Brown I will not tell __you his name but Mike Kenny is watching you, (Right On). TOP FIVE: 1. Got To Be There 2.1. Show Me How 3. Touch 4. Sllaft 5. It' s A Thin Line Between Lov'e and Hate New Hope MB 3005' E. Ellicctt Rev. Jehn Willis, Pastor Homecoming day will be ob served Sunday. The study has .been administering church training every night. Tonight is the last ni-ght. Saturday at 11, the No. 4 choir will have rehearsal. The men's chorus will have re-hearsal at 7. Sunday school will begin at 9:30 with the supt. and all 'teachers at their post. Morning worship at 11. Devotion by the deacons. The No. 3 choir and u s h e r s will serve. The sermon will be deliv ered by the pastor or a visiting minister. We are asking all mem bers to come to church Sunday in observance of homecoming day. Dinner will be served at the church. BTU -at 5. Evening worship at 6:30 with the No. 1 choir serving. The sermon by the pastor. All weekly actvities remain the same. You are welcome to with us at times. Editor Resigns NASHVIlLE The editor of a Southern Baptist publication banned because officials felt a picture of two white girls talking with a black youth was potentially inflammatory resigned Friday. H. Frank Grayum said, in turn_ ing in his resignation, that city whicih grew from the decis ion to withd r aw and revise the Sunday School quarterly "Becoming" had hurt the church's at tempt to smooth race relations. Dr. James L. Sullivan, executire secretary of the Sunday School Board and the man who h alted of the -material for 14 and 15-year-olds, said the resi gnation was entirely Grayuru's decision.


t!Jaturday, November 20, 1971' Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Edltloni PAOI FIVf Views Of Proaress Village By IRA LEE ENNIS Ph. 677-1310 Mr. and Mrs. B. Thurman of 8001 Ash Ave. had as their dinner on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny (Nora) Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Lillie B. Anderson of St. Petersburg, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Wiley (Clara) Thurman of Largo, Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Bea die) Mocifee of Quincy, Florida and many more cousins, nieces end nephews. All reported a very joyous fe-ast and visit. The Progress Vi!1age Little League will hold its board meet ing on Tuesday rught 7:30 P.M, at the Village Civic Center. Plans flre being made for the upcoming &eason. All interested parents and non-parents are invited to this meeting. Birthday greetings to Mrs. Ora Lee Ale:x;ander of 4902 79tJh who will celebrate her big day on Sunday, November 21. Special wishes for a joyous day come from hubby, James, sons, Robert ,and Tony, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman and all other family members. The men of St. James A.M.E. Church of Progre56 ViUage a r e busy making final plans for their e.nnual observance which will be the fourth Sooday in November. Greater Morning Star 1415 15h St. Rev. G. W. Mitchell, Pastor Mrs. J. L Wright, Rept. Sunday school will begin at 11 with the supt. and teachers at their posts'. Morning service will begin at 11 with the deacons in charge of devotion. The anniversary of our pastor will be held on Sunday Rev. E. Bentley and members from Oak Hill will render service at 3. Dinner will be served at this time Rev. Y. Ben)amin Bruce, and members of Mt. Zion AME will be in charge of the night eervice. All are asked to remember the sick and shutlns. Mr. Henry Owens is chairman as sisted by Mr. RaLph Williams as co-chairman. Chitterlings and chicken dinners will be on sale 11t Mrs. Love's home, 7919 Endive Ave. on Satur day. The number to call for or ders is 677-5917. Birthday greetings are extend ed to Master Eric Ho1mes who will celebi'late No. 4 on Monday, November 22. Eric is the son of Mr. and Mrs. EHsworth (Sallie) Holmes, 6002 82nd St. Miarine Cpl. Reynolds V ann re turned to Camp LeJeune, North Carolina on Sunday night after a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds (Clara Mae) Vann Sr. and sister, brothers and friends. Cpl. Vann has traveled to Okinawa, J apan, Germany, and Viebnam since August when he was last home. The Vanns reside at 8509 Grapefruit Ave. Men and women's day will be observed at Hiarris Temple United Methodist Church on Sl.mday, November 21 at 11 A.M. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Marjorie Guest. Other program participants will be Mrs. ElLa Johnson, Mrs. Do retha Dell, Katherine Willis, Mrs. Asilie Colbert, Mrs. Ruby McCall, Mrs. Delores Hampton, Mr. Lorenzo Johnson, Mr. Bennie Taylor and others. Harris Temple at 7915 Flower Ave. Rev. J. H. Wood is pastor. Mt. Moriah PB Rev. A. L. Brown, Pastor Miss Sherrie WUllams, Rept. Sunday school began at 9:30 with the asst. supt. Mr. Joe Tyler in charge. Morning service began at 11 with the deacons in charge of de votion. Choir No. 4 and ushers 1 sel"Ved. The sermon was by Rev. V. Ward. Evening service began at 5:30 with the same order of service. The sermon wu delivered by Bro. Lovett. All weekly activltle1 remain the same. Steam mist heats curlers in minutes, sets long-lasting eurb. Includes 20 rollers, clips, measuring cup, compact case and tote bag. It'll never let your curls down. You can count on that. Use one of our convenient charge plana Our Servicemen SAN ANTONIO Airman Charles E. Bass, soD of Willie M. Bass of 3602 Genesee Ave., Tam pa, bas completed his U. S. Air Force basic training at the Air Trllining Command's Lackland AFB, Tex. Be has been assign ed to Lowry AFB, Colo., for trainin-g lD the supply field. Airman Bass is a 1969 graduate of Mid dleton High School. SAN ANTONIO Airman Wil lie J. Wilson, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. L Davis of 4()12 E. Palj.fox St., Tampa, has completed his U.S. Air Force basic trainmg at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been a8Signed to Keesler .A!FB, Miss., for training in the administr ,ative field. Airman Wilson is a 1971 graduate of King High School First Baptist Seffner Dea. B. Greea, Reporier S. S. was opened at 10 with the Supt Mrs. Higgs in charge. All teachers were at their posts. Morn ing wNship at 11. Dea. Green and Dea. Stark.! were in charge of de votion. The No. 2 choir served At 3, the church worshipped in Plant City and on Thursday night, the church V.\U on program at Marshall Baptist Church. The No; charge of song service Sunday. Don't forget the sick and shut-in 1 choir of First Baptist will be iD Mrs Clarke and Mrs. Byrd. DOWNTOWN -604 FRANKLIN ST. WESTSHORE BRITTON PLAZA By ROB PRESSLEY QUESTION: "Do Americans Give Thanksgiving Day Proper Thought? VIRGIL HENRY, 3415 E. Norwood, seU-empl&yed: "I thin k Thanksgiving Day is a day to give thanks for living and num erous other things." FRANK COLBERT, laborer: ''I would say m o s Americans appreciate this day. Al though llhere are some people who have their own way of celebrat-SBIMIE RAINEY, 1537 Spruce Terrace, Bines S*eel: "I t h i n k blacks are the ID06t oppressed people andthese are the people who give thanks to Thanksgiv-ing. Ebenezer Baptist 1212 Sco** Street Rev. R. R. Jones, Pastor 9. S. began at 9:45 with all teachers at their posts. Morning wor ship at 11 with the deacons in charge. The junior choir and No. 1 choir will serve and the No 2 ushers will be at their post. The pastor will deliver the message BTU at 5. All adults and children are asked to please come out. S-aturday evening at 6 will be recall for Homecoming night. The crowning of a queen of "Miss Ebe nezer," sponsored by the S S. Please be present and on time. There will be a barbecue Saturday in the dining room. Let us visit the sick and shut.ins. ARTHUR Ion St., self-employed: "I would laJY because the surroundings are not like they are supposed to be. Orr holidays, thiS town is just like any other day or twilight zone." ANDERSON, ZS1% S&. Conrad, self-employed: T he re are some people who take this day as a serious thing. Then .thers are some who really doo't care or feel it is just aoother BETTY GOODE, 1005 7th Ave., "M

S)J( FIL Seatinel Bulletin-Published evei'J Tues. anCI Fri. Get Both Edltlou Saturday, November 20, 1971 Presents Musicale LAS DAMAS CLUB ENJOYS MRS. BRADY/S HOSPITALITY Mrs. Margaret J. Brady, left, holds birthday gift presented by members of the Las Damas Club when they met at her Grady Avenue residence last month. On the receiving end of l\lrs. Brady's hospitality were from l eft Mrs. Margaret Kennedy, Mrs. Lillie Gardner, Mrs Emma Hendrix, Mrs Eunice stokes, 1\lrs. Martha Mooley, Mrs Florence Blair, Mrs. Ida Nix, Mrs. Erma Young and Mrs. Para Lee Lazarus. Mrs. Marie Plummer Mobley presents a musicale, fashions and tea on Sunday afternoon from i to 4 o'clock at the Jacksohn's Studio of Piano Performance, 3521 E Osborne Avenue, Apt. 322. This affair Is one In a series of social events planned for Miss Carolyn Plummer, a contestant for Miss Kappa Alpha Psi. All friends are invited. Mrs. Rosetta Judge wiD be Mistress of Ceremonies. ------------------------------EASY CARE/ HAPPY CLOTHES FOR CHILDREN Easy care, happy clothes for children are the order from Winnie-the-Pooh for his Sears fashion collection In sizes 3 to 6x. A big grin Is the result of knowing that you look great on any ocin this jacquard knit shirt and mariner-style slacks of uncut corduroy. The color Is bright purple, and that's sure to bring some smiles, too. ATTEND DISTRICT CONFERENCE The A M. E. Zion District Conference closed Sunday at Hood Temple. Attending the morn Ing service were Mis Gladys Brown, rear left;; and In front, the presiding elder's wife and daughter, Mrs R L Lee and Miss Joyce Lee. Friendly MB Rev. W. L. Webb, Pastor -, S.S. at 9:30 with the ass't. al1pt. Mrs. Beulah James in charge of service. All teachers were at their posts. The lesson was reviewed by Rev. Edward. Morning worship began at 11 with Deacon Wade and Deacon James in clwrge of devotional ser vice. Music was rendered by the No. 1 and 3 choirs the junior usher board served. A very wonderful sermon was delivered by Rev. Edward. Many visitors were pre sent. Choir Union was also held Sun day and many were out to enjoy the wonderful program. B. T. U. began at 5:30 with the same off. leers in charge of service. Evening service followed with the same deacons, ushers and choirs ser-LOUISE'S DRIVE IHH Specializing In Beer Wine and Bar-B-Que Most weekends live entertainment Free 3720 E. Buffalo Ave. ...., __________________________________________ COMING. EVENTS NOV. 20-21-Thlrty-slx hole Turkey Festival Tourney, Rogers Parl. Golf Course. NOV. 20-"Mlss Black Uhuru" Coronation Ball, Manger Motor lnD, 8 P.M. NOV. 21-Pre-Thanksglvlng Tea sponsored by Beulah Baptist Cholt No. 1, Beulah Activity Building, 4-6 P. M. NOV. 21-Greater Bethel Sanctuary Choir's Annual Concert, 3:30 NOV. 21-Pre-Thanksgivlng Tea and Fashion Revue sponsored by Tyer Temple Choir No. 2, 11:30 P. M. -NOV. 21-Men and Women's Day, Harris Temple United Methodist Church. NOV. 21-E. D. Lewis Day, Holsey Temple CME Church. NOV. 22-H()mecoming Night, Ebenezer Baptist Church. NOV. 24-Elks' Thanksgiving Breakfast Darice, midnight. NOV. 26--Alpha Phi Alpha Invitational Affair, Fort Homer Hestell' ly Armory, 10 P. M.-2 A.M. NOV. 27-Men and Women's Day, First Baptist Church, College Hill. NOV. 28-Men's Day, Ebenezer Baptist Church. NOV. 28-Men's Day, Trinity C. l\1. E. Church. NOV. 28-Women's Day, Sprlnghil\ Baptist Church. NOV. 28-l\Ien's Day, Ebenezer Baptist Church. NOV. 28-City Wide l\len's Chorus observes 4th anniversary at Olive Church, 8 P. M. NOV. 28-Men's Day, First Baptist Church, Progress Village. NOV. 28-Women's Day, Friendship M. B. Church. NOV. 29-Scholarship Program, Highland Baptist Church, 8 P.M. ving. Another inspiring sermon was delivered by the Rev. Edward. Parents please encourage your children to come to Sunday school, members please don't forget to visit the sick and shut-ln. Mme. Sarah Jenez, Sadie Raft, Pearl Moore, Ruby Roberson, Pinkie Williams, Erma Grooms, Eddie Gray, Irene Favor, James Flemm lng and Voncile McCaskill who it in Tampa General. Visitors are welcome at all time. WIGS ..... CLOTHING & LOUNGE "EASIEST CREDIT TERMS IN TOWN" Open Every Day Air Cond. LOCATED: CREDIT CLOTHIERS' INC. lf. 915 FRANKLIN ST. TAMPA HUB 859 ZACK STREET Phone 229-9893


"aturday, November 20, 1971 Fla. Sentinel every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editions PACE SEVEN SORORITY MEMBERS AT SUNDAY DINNER Members of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority had Moore, Fannie B. Stone, Doretha Carrington and dinner together Sunday afternoon at the Hawaiian Jerline Fuller. From left st!lnding are Rebecca Village. It was one of the Founders Week acClarke, Altamese Littles, Jennie Webb and Essie tivities. Seated from left are sorors Pearlean Stewart of Bradenton. Wishing You A Happy Birthday By MISS ROSE ROSEMARY EDWARDS Mrs. Sallie V. Peoples celebrated her natal day November 15 at her residence, 4303 26th Street. There was a nice party in her honor given by her children. Friends and family attending were. Dock Peoples, Henry Byron, Ganius Byron, Rubye Eteward, Lillian Williams, Lillian Wylie, Willie Edwards, Susie Padgett, Corine McCall, Janie Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. HoW!ard Vinson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson, Mrs. Byron, Marcna Sallye, Patnc_la, Marlene, Gay Lynn and Gamus Byron Jr., and Mrs. Eloise Byron. Birthday greetings were sent to Vietman to-5/4 Jlack N. Miller Jr. who is serving in the U. S.. Army. Jack is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller who reside at 1096 Harrison Street. Eurena Harris Wlll have a party November 20. The occasion is her c.-birthday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leou1rd Harris, 3602 E. Frierson Avenue. Her mom is the former Frances Powell. Eurena is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Powell. On November 16, Rosemary E. Edwards celebrated her ninth birthday. Friends and family call her "Punkin" and she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gilbert, 1857 26th Avenue. Her grandparents are Mrs. Rosa Lee Geathers, 2101 28th Avenue, Apt. 235; James Geathers, Alabany, Ga.; and Mrs. Almeta Edwards, Willis ton. Rosemary is a fourth grade stu dent at Steven Foster Elementary ---------------------------NOTES FROM TAMPA CLUBS The November meeting of the ORCHID CLUB will be at 3 P. M. Sunday a(.the residence of Mrs. Alza McNeil, 3716 E. Powhattan. on Saturday night at 8:30, members of the SOCIAL CLUB will sponsor a party at the Armettia Temple. It will be their last party for this year. Members of the THONOTOSASSA TEEN CIVIC CLUB are spon soring a cash give-away on 22, and members who have not yet secured tickets should contact Alden Sullivan, 986-2941, or Katrina Eberhart, 986-1570. ZION HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CIVIC CLUB is meeting at 7 P.M. Monday at Greater Mt. Carmel A. M. E. Church. A meeting of the DELORES HAl\IPTON HOLIDAY CLUB will be held on Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mrs. Lucretia Quarterman, 3602 E. Idlewild: Notes Fro m Tampa Lodges THE ARMETTIA B & B SOCIETY LODGE NO 2 is a business meeting Monday night at 7:30 at the temple. Plans will be made for the Christmas party. WEST HYDE PARK LODGE NO. 327 F & AM will meet Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Odd Fellows Hall, Scott and Central. Funeral services for E. M Stokes will be at 1 P. M. Saturday at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church. He was a member of JERUSALEM LODGE NO. 100 F & AM-PHA. The Worshipful Master, Virgil Brooks is asking all members to be. present at 12 :30 P.M. James Hampton is the reporter. Members of ULY WIIITE LODGE NO. 124 will meet at 4 P.M. Sunday at the 29th Street Temple. Mrs. Lucille B. Johnson is enterLaining members of BAY CITY TEi\IPLE NO. 158 and BAY CITY LODGE NO. 268 Saturday night at 8:30 at the Elks Rest, 809 Laurel Street. EURENA HARRJS School. Her guests included her brothers, Roger and Gerry, and friends Alfreda an d Alebett Moore, Obin and Ann Miley, Donna Hen ley, Michell Harris, Angela Rich enson, Melody Hogan Sherlene and Epencer Parker, Willie, and Robin and Johnnie Daniels, James Collins, Wayne, Robert and La vin Saunders, Maria Diaz, Melissa King, Annettee Blocker, and Chaunoy Roberson. The adults at Rosemary's party were Mrs. Litha Collins, Mrs. Willie Mae Saunders and Earl Manifield. Two sisters,. Mrs. Fannie Miller Appreciation Program The youth of the Apostolic Church of Jesus is rendering an BPJlreciation program for PFC. Rudolph Tolbert and Mrs. Tolbert Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock at 2424 2nd Avenue. The program is being sponsored by N. Bostick, president, and all the youth are Invited to be present. BlshOJl J. H. Lee Is pastor. TEA OF THANKSGIVING The Board of '11rustees of Mt. Sinai A M.E. Zion Church is sponsoring a Tea of Thanksgiving Sunday from 4 to 6 P.M in the educaticnal building. The program will feature the Celestial Choir. Plans are being completed for the Fellowship Service to ba held at 11 A.M. November 28. The Rev. Alexander L, Jones is tha pastor, and Mrs. Mollie l\1. Boone is chairman MYSTIC TIE CHAPTER PLANS TEA Members of Mystic T ie Chapter No. 76, Order of Eastern Star, will have their Fall -Tea Sunday afternoQI.l from 4 to 6, at tha Elks Rest, 809 Laurel Street. The public is invited. RUMMAGE SALE .The Church ofthe Kingdom of is having a mmmage sale Sa,turday at 4008 30th Street. TEA AT MT. ZION The Trustee Board of Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church is sponsoring a Fall Te'a Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6, in the church annex, 111 S. Dakota Avenue. William Stewart is chairman of the trustes board, and 1\lrs. Beatrice Black and Mrs. Emma J. Lewis are tha program chairmen. FOOD SALE. Merribers of Choir No. 2 of Pleasant Chapel A. M. E. Church are selling fish and chicken at the church Saturda,y. OUR SICK Mrs. Myrtle Warmack of 4405% 36th Street is a patient at Tampa General. She is a member of Mt. Carmel A. M .E. Church. Mrs. Gertrude Wilburn, 1306 17th Street, is confined in Centr.J Asturaina HospitaL Recently discharged from hospitals and recuperating at home are J. J. Jones, 1515 3rd Avenue, and Mrs. Myrtis Bruton, 4206 38th Street. SUNSHINE CLUB MAKES PLANS 1\lr. and !\Irs. David Stone, 5016 Idaho, hosted a meeting of tha Sunshine Social Club Thursday evening. Attending were Mrs. E. F. Jones, president, Mrs. Fostella Smith, 1\'Irs. Johnnie King, Mrs. Reatba Williams, 1\Irs. Annie Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac LeGrand, Mrs. Osie Stroud; Mrs. Senita Moland, honorary member W.M. Names were pulled for Secret Pal gifts at the annual Christmas party, and plan.S. were completed for the turkey on November 22, at the P allbearers Temple, 1902 Main St. Afterwards, the Stones served a delicious dinner. The next meetin.g will be at the abode of 1\'Irs. Vera Hart, 1948 Spruce. Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Flemings will be hostesses. CAR WASH The Board of Christian Education of Holsey Temple C. M. E. Church will sponsor a car wash Saturday from 9 until 4 at Ham ilton's Texaco Station, 21st Street at I-4. The Youth Depart ment will have a car wash at the SllJIDe time at Mosley's ARCO Sation, 21st Street and I-4. COMPLETES RECRUIT TRAINING SN Johnnie J. Johnson III, 918 Arch Street, completed Recruit Training in the U.S. Naval Training Orlando, on November 12, and received the certificate of honor in recognition of meritoriCWI achievement. He received the honor certificate from his Command ing Officer, Capt. J W. Haizlip. In January, he is scheduled to enter OCS in Newport, R. I. Johnson is the son of C/MSgt. and Mrs, Johnnie J. Johnson n, Mather Air Force Base, CaHforni a, and the grandson of 1\lrs. Doro thy S. Boger, Tampa. On hand to witness the presentation were his wife, Mrs. P aula Johnson, and paternal grandmother, 1\lrs. Pearl. J. Mobley, Tampa. MEMORIAL SERVIOE The Fifth Memorial Service honoring late Rev. E. D. Lewis, who expired November 13; 1966 will oo held Sunday at Holsey Tem. ple CME Church. Hayward Brady wiJl preside at the 11 o'clock services. The pastor, :Rev. w. Edward will bring the message. Appearing at the morning service will be Mrs. Louise Bolden, Mrs. Eula Travis, Mrs. Willie M. Bass, Mrs. Eliza Ford, James A. Everett, Ernest Copeland, J. Frailk Davis and H. N. Reddick. The evening worship will begin at 7:30 with the Rev. Roosevelt Dell presiding. The services will be conducted by Rev. F. G. Hilioll and congregation of St. John Progressive Baptist Church. Other guests a t this service will be Carl Thornton and the Rev. F. G. Jackson. Refreshments will be served. MEN'S DAY AT FRIENDLY Sunday is Men's' Day at Friendly Baptist Church and many out standing men of tlie city have accepted invitations t<:> appear on the programs. Among those working in Sunday School will be Leon Crews, David Brown and J. Reese. At the morning service, the Rev. Frank Cubby and the Male Chorus from Galilee. M. B. Church of St Petersbul"g will be guests. The Rev. B. T. Williams and the Male Chorus from New Progress Baptist Ohurch will be in charge of the evening serVice. Eddie D Powells is the chairman 'and Freddie Brinson is serving as the co-chairman. The Rev. W. L. Webb is Love Mission Bapt_ist 2501 17th street Rev. Willie T. Oarpenter, Rept. S. S. began at 9:30 with the Svpt. in charge. Morning worship followed at 11 with Joe Hobley and Mrs. Eula Day celebmted their birtdays Saturday night with a gala affair at the :patio. A looal band played their favorite tunes and among the guests were Jerry Franklin Jr., Mrs. Laura Byrd, Mrs. Orle Williams, Mrs. Sweetie Sanders, Mrs. Minnie Martin, Clifford Benson, Mrs. Carrie Moore, Mrs. Joyce Blake, Mr. and Mrs. Maney Coachman, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Terry, Martin Lufray, William Mitchell, 0. J. Larry, Mrs. Rena Carter, Mrs. Sallie Thomas, Julius WllUams and Paul Moore. Bar was tended by Lorenzo John son and Mrs. Mattie Johnson, Tampa Choir Christian Union Mrs. E. V. Griffin, Pres. Mr. H. T. Williams, Rept. The Tampa Christian City Wida Choir Union will be held Sunday at Northside M. B. Church of which Rev. Jacob Jordon is pastor. All choirs are asked to be present and on time at 3. in .charge of devotion. The Jr. choir will serve and the No. 1 ushers will be at their post. The sermon will be delivered by the pastor. BTU will begin at 5 with the president in charge. Evening service will began at 6. Daa. Joe Robley will be in charge of devo tion. The junior choir will serve and the No. 1 ushers at their post. are going to have baptism. Let us all remember the sick and sht.-1-rns.


r .r Monroe Jr. High School By MARCIAL TIRHEF' I Bi my name i:s Marcfar Turner room 222. better known as short thigh. Mr. Neels office, lrE>B Side'a This is my first time bring office>. yGI!Z the' mom Mcm-. DtD :YO'U KNOW l(w So rlJC fill in. OB ptjsel:f Monroe: is a great school ili-st. I l:iil'e with my mother-, Mrs. MOl'l roe'S. Basketball team. will be W. R. Turner at.1404 Armwood Ct. super bad.. 1 lrlke: ehlclien and! I dig Maurit:e CIIEEBS I !1111! hip to Shaft and I We !Lke to give cheers to also think Flip Wiilisom:. is great. owr fC!JG!tbl!dli. team for their vicrm mostly found at Cozy Comer tories over: er my 'Iiites:-LaveL'llll, !Pat, Big Wilsen 22-0 IPa.t. Mmllie, Syd!mey James. Oscar, Adamlt Eddie, Edward, IDavrd Alvin, Buckneers Grenda, Micky, and all the Super Bueeaneers 14--0> Cool kids. am>l!lfld Mtm11ee Jr. Ftigh. SCHOOL NEWS TOP f Monroe was favored with some Shaft na11y good! ml!ISic: Tuesday b,Y tne Ha,ve Y0u Seen Her MaclJi!n Atl!' Farce Base Band' Express Yo1:1rself We -wCiluM liike' to, say fo tne Sn(!)W How band .up; the> great -cause you play great. / TODAYS THOUGHT THE T. v : CAST 'If you can,'t lov.e the. cme you Mirs. Mlllr]lhy s fifitlll' hour class wapt I.Qve the one yo.u{Jre with. Horace Mann. .High and HUDENTOF:mE, WEEK ... ,.him first\ Mr. Lee WITsen which Cute, crazy, and sweet are the. one if the-pis you like best? ml!y words. that au Herman. 'G.reeii wlila d& .you go student el tlJe week. She i.s ktw.wn l. heu mY, girl Kf.m. Carter es. Miss. sfiirie.y 1'!:JOF.tm While p (say Kim rappiag with. Shil:ley she lists a in y;awr days if yau ever need any 'few of beE fa'l&odtes.: food-;my-luck you c;fa mdeedneed it now). --.thing eawfe, to be l.iru!la .!ol!'cfan doo'lt YIDU think it's fighfs.-Al11ib.e' Saull time fell' you to find a and Sistus Houncii MIH'm. Mailll naw? : 'nmi .Tdmsciln heal" that y0u Ace-Daniel Norton. Thank ya, are stamding-ORJ tlil& thi:n line l!ieShi.Bley bemg: enosen as Stu.-I tween !me and' hate. Gary dent. of tbe week. 1 ficgMiiiw wom.>t solve any-HOT LINE thing bu"t talking ana crown l.imC a Yet1l!lg wlilat's bes hap-. pening, in tile hak oo the bus 1aety? O],ilhelia Bmlen tnmupt Linda Jordan was digging on Robert Fisher, but guess that yoil gut 1 t& whel!& the-).ilroblem wiJ11. (Can you diig where-rm comingfromr?' WeHi settls this raps it up for this week but remember stay cool sweeti, untir next week' Later right on. I Webb High-Schoof, By Gladys Dellnam and Facrinda 'Arenas sem SISftJt INSrim.IGIIT. I Jaimd tbali. have befll 0t1r. sbiii fn tbe Spotl'i;g,b.l;. is. actiBg, t4at:. so:'?' nune otl'rer tJi!an bal-rerie: Vemon. :Diane Srillth, ltlk to: yow SM is the daughter of Mr. and over-at need it! Mrs. Charlie Verlllili af ,21oa State wiut;t has sti. memfiet o F.fLA. beeCillllle ;&l:ld.. this; .ancf''h'illneroom 91S. Slie. lists her .. as. food,,' SlurDpap. ; dane-, Hm-afl!t .'Whittington, so yau de;. reeord, '1lliin Line; cided thalt. yaa come Elvetr t! the jamrne.i:s,. .T-5.;,. tfg]';Ws, Sl!lieiler's pad, real cool. Kayle, Tina,. Ibmnie, Oren, arul! THOU Gift Gladys.. ALter gradootmla "MG>li>y" Dig you: na. w, plant you: later. pi:ans. te Llll'tliler ber eaucatien in Rlglilt oo.. the fi:eid of SPIDEB'S: iUP Katie Finch and Terri Cowems, City-w-ure Missioft Prayer land Mn. ()ulilr:: Thlival. Pres. Mn. A. 1.. Bept.. City Wide Missil'm' PJra.yer B'and will! meet. att 11 at tlile : home of Camrie: Alildersoi.r, 1511l 5th Ave-. Alt-al"e' asked to be preser.t.. Mt. Pfeasaat MB 38ft. N. Rome Ave. Rev. G. lf. Mitchell, Pastor Mn. Louf!le Bfgham, Repf. SllNday 1enool beg!HT aft wiJtJa the SU],ilt. Margaret Henderson in charge Mlorni.mg serviee began at 11 wiJJJ:p De11cmn Vt.rgH in eli:arge 0[devoilfen. The-.Jubil'ee Chorus and ushers .!el'Ved. 'Ffi'e sermon was dellvereaby Rev. Watson. B'11U meeting: begalil at &:39,. KING SOlOMON'S BAR-B-Q TURKEYS n TO 11 LBS ........ $1t.ss, TURKEYS 21 10: 2.4 LBS .. $ 21.95 ALL tUBKE.YS BAKED COMPf.ETE WI1H DRESSJK. GRAft -.DD PIE IE CATER TO PARTIES 2911 CYPBESS STBEEl Phone 87&'641 DAYTONA BEACH -The Cookman Natio11al AllllDili Ass oeia*ioa Exee1tthre Secretary presented a check in amount of $10,000 to the College PresiAient Dr. llichard V. Moe:re dmmg halftime ceremonies-the IHIIIIIal homecoming game. Jones, president; Stafford A. vice presi dent; David Staples, treasurer; Dorothy Hill, see retary; Samuel Rogers., public relations; Jon S. Frink, Flora Faulkner, chaplaf and James H. Keys, Jr., execathre secretary. The funds will be u5ed fo. promete 'B-CC st:hor arships. National Alumni Officers are: Dr. Johnny L. Winter l At Adult School Srarts Nev. 29 Frielllls.ip MB' Corner Emma and 35th St. Rev. M. Murr&JI', Mrs. R. J :Fiemiag, Kept. Sunday school began at .. 9:45 The Hillborough County Adult with the Su)!lt. Mi+ls in ffig,\'L SchoQL-Daill Divi.siml,. .,wah charce. -is Jlocllatled at lie& E. Bufia!O AveMmmiJng sendee began t U Dlia W'mter ,'lnm em witJa. ehm No. 2 and Soobeam: uslilers servimg. The .sermon was Aali!lillt!l may-'he ahle to. eom-delivered b.y the pastor. Deaefln pl.ete 1iJI.Irir hifgfi se:lilct>L' Mills led senie. byo attemdjlmg the eem1ier BTU meeting was hcld at i. thiir1leen\ 'lfte'ks oor part. rtf the day An members are asked to be Cilll" IIi fuillL from lk30: llo present on SU.naay to make pl:ana-1:21; P,.m. A for the Baby Contest program. wiilin help. tihe in the sel:ee Evening service began at 6 ana 100& flli a ela.ss best slllit-again the pastmr _delii'v:ered tl:Je ed to. tihe,: imd!iiilidual's. needs The same ch<'lir and usb" to. the" adWit t!i'S senred:. w:iilll: be a t.wlil-delillar registra,1Jign AtE week1)r aetilll1 N1ll>vem-CDurrJ;y HospitaL Mra.. Eftiie MOOlre. her JlS:" li91iil, a:m:d wiill1i oontmu:e "is also ill. Deeember _Ht, 1971. Aaurts should register--early : to secure the sdleduJ:e they desire. C.r; the fOreign born. The is ap.pnov.ed hy V'etel"aal1s' Administrration. First Biipt. Uslaers No.2 Mrs. T!'!Hiie Mae Rept. Mr. J6HPh Grnftam, P!'es. P'i'rst Bapliist Chul'ch of West Tampa UBhers N0. 2 wrll b are thei.r reguFar meeting Monday night afr 1 ati the ehurch. All mem- bers are asked te go. te Mt. Zion on Saturday night to serve; Peace Baptist ae..:. E:. GoDs, Paster Betty Dawki115; Repiwter s. s. will iiep, t;3t Witti the sn]lf: iD. war :$hip .at ll C6ins and .Jm!i'a-: .usiws Board serving. :il'rU '\1r'Ul. begin at $ folloWed by worship at 6 p .111. with Ilk' same choir and ushers 'seni!ng_ Let u.s, e'on!tmue to Jll'aY .fw our pastor wEI& is lWne sick and the rest of O:aJr sick and shutms. MD. L. S*Key, Pn$.. !\Iamie Bewidi,. The Holy Cami:nUJaity Prayer Band 'wrl').' Man r is Rev. W. R. Lockett. Visitors are welcsme. All are asked tn. renrembet--the sick and' shutins. Oak. G 'reve Baptist Rev. G. Perkins, PastcnMl'S'. L. B. PerltillS, Kept. Sunday schooL began at tt. Pastor's Aid Board Mrs. Clara L. Byrd is pnesidenll. usual holir with. the supt. ana 1!rvel!l4ng service began at 6:30 Mrs. Virginia Pl!J:ker, Pres., teadle1-s ali. tlan ].ilost. with Deacon Virgj! iii chalrge of Mrs. Luereiia Q.uafterlliQn. Bept. Momig seme began: at U devetion. Rev. Kirkl'and delivered. Mt. Morrall Pastmrs Aid! B'tla!1d1 w.i.t!t tu ),ilastor' i:n charge of thti the ,sermon. will meet Saturday at 7:36 at the serv.ic .e. actimres. Femafu the-church. All are asked to. .be. BTU ineetmg began. at 5. E-veo sa me. ent and' on t:i' rne. mng, servk:e bei;m at &. -__ __;_ _______ ----'7'------------:-----;C"-. -'-,..-....,....,. ----For fte Finesl m Dry Cleaning AI. Tile We Also: Do Minor anll. Major Allernalios For Pick Up Delivery Service 401734th STREET and 3527 22nd STREET TITUS E. CAMPBELL, Prop.


Saturd ay, November 20, 1971 Fla. Sentinel every Tues. anCI Frl Get Botli Edltloni PAGE NINE ''WHEN YOU ABOUT 'L THE PENNIES-YOU'VE SAVED _YOU CAN'T HELP BUT-BETUU FOB -MORE -SAVINGS." MISS JOHNNIE MAE LEE 2tJI6. Cano Court -J Tilt IIOIU OF_ FDIOI!. ,j, ___ .. _:_ '-.'-i .,,, '\ 7 .I THESE ARE-THE STORES.THAT SAVE YOU MONEY Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa .... 1725 H. Dale Mabry 2205 Kennedy Blvil. 2301 Florida Ave. .... 50th St. IE I Oth Ave. !amp a 305 W. Hillsboro !ampa .. Hillsboro .. 15th St. Tampa 8th Ave. IE 22nd Sl. Tampa : 4501 Florida Ave. Tampa Nebraska IE Walen Tampa .. Wesl Shore at Dade City 506 E. Pasco Plant City 406 Harris Palmello 7::-:-:-.. SIS 7th St. SHOP ANY DAY -SAVE EVERY DAY Jesuit High School By RICHARD SPEARMAN Hello,, brothers and sisten once again this is your brother, Rich ard _Spearman, letting you in on all the thrilling things in the Tigers' den GREETINGS I would like to send my warmest greetings to my rellow Tigers and each and everyone of you. STUDENT IN SPOTLIGHT Student in spotlight is no one but the cool, groovy, and crazy Dirk Twine. Dirk's classifications for this school term is a mighty fighting sophomore. Dirk spent most of his time the quarter of school playing football for the Tiger J.V. football team. Dirk re sides at 2919 21st St. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs John Twine. Dirk attends the New Mt Zion Missionary Baptist Church where the Rev.' B. _J. Jones is the pastor. Among Dirk's favoritee are the following: main chick. someone special; food, anything edible; hit, It's a Thin Line Be tween Love and Hate; group, the J-5; hobbies, playing football and basketball; teacher, Coa. J. J. Fernandez; best friends, all the fighting brothers at Jesuit. After rraduatlon Dirk would like t4 continua his education at an uno decided universary. Dirk for being chosen to be student in spotlight. CAMPUS NEWS The Tiger football team and band is inviting everyone come out tonight, November lit. to see them in action against the Tampa Cathollo Crusaders at the Leto High School football field. The student body of Jesuit woulcl like to congratulate the Masqu Club for makng a tremendout presentation on Tuesday, Wednes-: day and Thursday. The studen' council had its first open meeting to the student body on November 10 CAMPUS JIVE Look out Charles Wilson, a cer tain chick at Brandon has her eyes on you What's this I hear about you, Fred Dawson digging on .this chick at New Salem? What's this I hear about you be ing the pope of Rome Armando Toral? Who's this chick on the cheerleading squad I hear you're digging on Arthur Flatau? leto-Senior High School By AnneUe Filer and Kim Walden STUDENT OF THE WEEK Jive, handsome, sweet crazy, understanding are just a few of the many adjs. that describes our student of the week He wears the proud name of Lawrence from the house of Hires. He is a member of Mt. Tabor M B Church While rapping with Lawrence, he lists some of his favorite foodshrimp, steak; record-Have You Seen Her; friends Alphonso, Bobby, YMSO, Gee Gee, Chuckie Frank, Shirley, Debroah, Leatha, Sharon and many m ore; hobbyjiving around and having a good time; Lawrence is a member of the YMSO Cub. His beau? Guess who: For more info dial 254-642L Around the Dl"n Lawrence is better known as Rap. If Rap isn't seen with his friends he is found laying and playing around the campus He resides with his mother, Mrs. Hires at 1910 Walnut St Congratulations Rap. CHATTER Mary Johnson, see that you caught on to that new dance the Grapevine in P.E. the Flames going to make a record? Michael Jackson, don't hear much from you now (what's hap pened) Donna Ross, we don't hear much from you no more. What's about it? Anthony Edwards, don't be so mean. Michael Anderson, how are things with your and yours? Pony, Lenora, Darlene, and Dolly, see that you girls have a bad dance at P.E. DONUT SALE The I'llette's will be selling don nuts Saturday, November 20. 1f you would like to purchase some, contact any member of the I'llettes. TOP JAMMERS 1 Have You Seen Her 2 Got To Be There 3 Rock Steady 4 Show Me How 3 It's a Family Affair THOUGHT FOR TODAY Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. BELATED BIRTHDAY Arthur Hobely, you need to stop. Johnny Hayes, why does your friend Michael Wright be styling Oop's I almost forgot to say avery day? happy birthday to Greg Trigg wha Thomas Lvingston, someone celebrated his birthday November wants to _a_n_d ___ l_a._H_a...:;p..:.p..:..y_b_ir_th_d_a_y_G_re_g. Franklin Jr. High School By Tolondo Childs and Shelia Walthour SOUL IN THE SPOTLIGHT Neat, sweet and very intelligent describes our student in the Spot light She is none other than Rhonda Yvette Smalls who re sides at 3622 E Osborne Ave. Her proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Grady Smalls. While rapping with her she lists her favorites as: food, hamburgers and French friends; hobby, boys; jam, Got To Be There; jammer, Jackson Five; dance, Breakdown. Her tights are Cynthia, Tolondo Sharon, Ken neth, Freddie, Sheila, Rodney, Woodrow, Grady, Debra, Jake, Brenda, Linda, Marvin, Anthony, Walter, Mary, Ordinia, Arbella, and lots more. PIRATES RAP Hey! Tolondo I heard you were digging on this dude with the initials E. T. More power to youl Shelia Walthour you reillly are 11 B.S.S this year. Please tell us what it takes I Hey! Rodney, see you really digging on this chick Ordinla. Shelia hope you can work it outr PIRATES TOP POP 1 Got To Be There 2 Thin Line 3 Can't It Wait Until Tomorrow 4 The Love We Had Stays On My Mind 5 Clean Up Woman EL CHINK'S-SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 3816 29th STREET WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL KINDS OF SEAFOOD. "OPEN UNDER NEW 1\IANAGEMENT MINNIE 1\IcDONALD, owner and operator


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Saturday, November 20, 1971 Fla. Sentinel a'UIIetin-Published every Tues. and Fri Get Both Edition\ PACE ELEVEN ( THE ARMY'S GETTING A DRAMATIC.PAY INCREASE., AT A MINIMUM, THE NEW STARTING SALARIES WILL BE DOUBLED A .ND YOU .STILL GET FREE MEALS, FREE HOUSING, FREE CLOTHING,1 FREE MEDICAL AND DENTAL cARE, FREE. JOB-TRAINING A No EDUCATION. AND 30 DAYS' PAID VACATION A YEAR. FOR ALL THE. DETAILS, I SEE YOUR NEARE.ST ARMY REPRESENTATIVE LISTED BELOW. FT. MYERS Rm. 103, U.S. Courthouse lsi 81 Jackson Sis. P. 0. Box 1049 Fl .Myers, Fla. 33902 334-6545 TAMPA (NORTH) 8840 H. Florida Ave. P. 0. Box 8392 Tampa, Fla. 33604 228-7711 Ext. 115 932-7020 TODAY'S ARMY WANTS TO JOIN YOU AT A I MUCH HIGHER SALARY SARASOTA Bm. 214, Federal Bldg. Ill S. Orange Ave. Sarasota, Fla. 33578 955-5264 TAMPA (NO. 2) 4001 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, Fla. 33610 621-1472 or 621-1570 ST. PETERSBURG Rm. 253, Federal Bldg. 144 lsi Ave. South St. na. 33701 898-0846 DADE CITY 420 H. 71h Ave. Dada City I na. 33525 567-3331 ( TAMPA 500 Zack St. P. 0. Box 1411 Tampa, na. 33602 228-7711 Ext. 171 172 CLEARWATER 617 Cleveland St. P. 0. Box 600 Clearwater, na. 33517 446-7260


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PAGE FOURTEEN Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Frl Get Both Editions Saturday, November 20, 1971 AROUND THE TOWN By HAYWARD BRADY Do you know just by keeping your eyes and ears open most of the time, you kin learn more than your neighbor who keeps his mouth open all the time! ANYWAY A NICE LETTER COMES FROM PALO ALTO, CALIF., AND FORMER TAM PAN, MRS. LOYCE A. BENT LEY reading in part-"Dear ward: Just want to let you know l went to see Fla. A&M Rattlers 'play last Sat. (Nov. 6th) and even though A&M lost 16-29, all Floridians and myself enjoyed the game. The "Marching 100" performed at the .pro game and here at halfti"me. They had buses to come up from Los Angeles along with many cars to see our Florida team play at the Oakland Coliseum. Lou Rawls sang the Black National Ant.llem", Congratulations went to Henry Winston of Santa Clara and San Jose and other Famu Alumni in the Oakland-SF areas for their joint sponsorship of the game. There are many teachers and school administrators in our community who are graduates of Fla. A&M Univ. Many fund raising affairs for the game were held by Alumni and other people of Florida. The Alumni had planned a few parties for the team after the game but the team had to depart Oakland Airport at 8:00 P.M.. So all CalifomiansFloridians went to the airport to &ee our team off. We )lope Famu will come back again. I was 11 happy soul -to see the team here. Give my regards to my God. mother,. Mrs. Omie Lawson (1224. India St.) and all J.IlY Tampa friends ... Regards ... Mrs. Loyce A. Betitl-ey .... Received word of some of the popular black beauties arotmd the job's scene like there's. Miss Mary Brantley, who recently became the "first lady soul" as a Teller at the First Saving and Loan ... Miss Silvia Moore's doing her thing at Edison & McGraw Miss Charlene Miller and Miss Betty Adderson tell us all just where it's at from Gen::, Tel, and there was a host of Black 'n White beauties from Travelers In surance who toured the Disney World last Monday. The ladies names have sort of gotten cold on me. Sorry bout that .... Atty. Arthenia Joyner, one of the town's most prominent and ardent Famu grads, had to miss last week'r. big game against Southern Univ. because of important business in Washington, D C. One way of looking at this, "Arthenia" is like business before pleasure and being away fn D C you saw nothing to cry about .... But while speaking of Tampa's most well known Attorney. Atty. acclaimed as onP of the "best dressed lawyers in the South" and perhaps the na tion added even more beauty to his pret ty wife Joan Tuesday evening as he put 'her behind the whee!' of a new '72 "Hog" (El Dorado Cadillac convertible). Received mora info of we!I Imown Tampa gent Eddie Nunn who in addition to being the hubby of Mrs. Geraldine Nunn father of five Nunns (Valarie, Eddie, Jr., Steve, Janice, $d baby, Angela) a Church Deacon Choir president PTA past-president of many years is also an Interpreter at the USF and national supervisor for Shurron Contental. Which ex cept for the evidence already on hand would make you wonder if Mr. Nunn ever finds time to go to bed .. Miss Margaret White, Pan American Airlines Stewardess, was in last week from BRUS SELLS for a visit with father, Mr. Eugene White of India St., whom she accompanied to her home in New JerS-ey for a two weeks visit. Robert "Bob" Saunders, former NAACP Southeastern Field Secreary, was in from Atlanta for a visit with wife, Mrs. Helen Saunders, and son, Robert Saunders, Jr. Tampa Catholic High base ball and football star. Mr. Saunders says he's gonna try to make it back for tonight's big game at Leta High field which pit11 "his son linebacker Robert, .Tr., with teammates Myron Jackson (Tampa's most sought after player already) Eugene Shuler, Mike Kroll and J. C. Bozeman and Co. against Jesuit High's Mark Gilbert and Phil Porter and Co. in one of the ever Catholic "football wars" .... Franklin P. "Schoolboy" Edwards was telling us bout the old brother who during the depression years had worked for a kat for forty years when the man passed leaving him in his will a big bulldog named "Olde Jake". Kin you think of a worst time to receive another mouth to try to feed. Anyway even "Olde Jake" passed in \ .vo weeks of starvation. : Charles T. Robinson, big former Miles College football star currently an agent with Gulf Life and lineman with the Tampa Rangers football team, Is out for the season with a badly sprained or fractured ankle .... A PAUSE HERE TO EXTEND SMYP:ATHY TO MRS. MAR THENA JOBNSON, ,3920 Pine St in the passing of her husband Mr Henry Johnson, who retired about two years ago from the Tampa Police Vehicle maintenancf! dept., I believe. Funeral services for the late Mr. Johnson, a well thought of n e i g hbor in Lin co ln Gardens, will be held tomorrow (Sat.). Pleace check notice s. A REPORT COMES FR0;\1 WDAE RADIO reading "SME CHALLENGE '72 Last Wed the secretares at WDA.E attended the SME Challenge '72 Program at Curtis Hixon. Carol y n L. Plummer, Mary Shelnut and Gina Tidds received instruction from professionals on how to be better executve secretaries. And while speaking of Miss Carolyn L. Plummer, daughter of Mrs. Marie Plummer Mobley and retired Sgl. Edmund PlummPr, and a ant for "Miss Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Queen with Kappa men Marion "GrumPY" Reeves and Ben D Griffin her sponsors tonight (Friday) There will be p party given for Miss Plummer at the home of Mr and Mrs. Marion (Jacqueline) Reeves, 4608 John Bell Dr. and Sunday her mother, Mrs Marie Mobley is presenting a Musicale, Fashions and Tea from 2 to 4 o'clock at the Charles Jacksohn's Studio of Piano Performance, 3522 E. Osborne Ave No. 322 .... COACH ABE BROWN AND ffi<.; JEFERSON HIGH "DRAGONS" CITY J A Y V E E CO-CHAMPS LA SEii1JIIDA CEIITRAL BAKERY THE BEST CUBAI BBEAD CAKES PASTRia 15th STREET AND 15th A VENUE Macedonia Baptist 3410 E. Wilder Ave. Rev. E. Gorden, Pastor Dea. Geo. Owens, Reporter S. S will begin at 9:45, morning worship at 11, BTU at 5, and evening worship at 6. The No. 2 choir and ushers will serve all day. The pastor will deliver the sermon. You are always welcome to worship with us. Remember oui sick and shutins. were feted at Sweden House Wed night during which time Jefferson High's greatest. ever athlete, Rick Casares, was the guest speaker. The football "Dragons" (coChamps with Plant) assistant coaches are Pop Cuesta and San ford Ross ... SYMPATHY TO MR. AND MRS. CHARLES



PAGE SIXTEEN fla. Seatlnel mry Tuea. anct Fri. Get Both Editions Saturday, NovemLer 20, 1971 AWARDS FOR COMMUNICATION INDqSTRY IN SICKLE CELL FIGHT AWARDED NEW YORK Awards for the communication in standing are Mr. Thad Hill, WLIB; Mr. Weston and John.Son Publications. Shown seated are Mrs., dustry were presented by the Telethon for Research Harris, WNBC-TV; Mr. John Quigley, WABC-TV; Mr. Iris Pettiford Cox, President of / the Telethon Board; Mr. In Sickle Cell Anemia to the above major TV stations, Nlpsy Russell, host; Mr. John Murray, WOR-TV; Miss :' Howard Sanders, Executive Director and Miss ROH news pubUcatlon and radio station for .. their active Sara Slack, Amsterdam News ; Mr. George Dessart, Morgan support and participation in the Telethon. (L to r.) WCBS-TV; and Mr. Cordell Thompson, Jet Magazine AT SOCIAL AFFAIR Pictured at a recent social affair were Mrs. Thelma Taylor nd Mrs. Yvonne Anderson. They were among guests at the Cuban Patio for a birthday party. H r-:------------, I SISTER OKA : READER AHD ADVISOR 8762667 I t'.Y I I Are you unhappy? Worried? Having trouble at home? Is 1 I your _married life falling? Is yotir loved one true to you? Are you a failure in Business? Are you financially worried? I 1 Are you sick and In bad health? Do you know your lucky 1 day and number? One visit to me and I will convince you 11 that you can be helped. Ask those who have been to see me. I God has me these gifted powers to help you. COME SEE ME NOW LATER MAY BE TOO LATE. I "PEN 9 A.M. TO 8 P_ l\1. 2620 w KENNEDY BLVD. I TA.l\IPA, FLORIDA L := .:_ = r.:::o::.T:: J On Sunday Clarence P. Wilson and Mrs. member of the royal court, and M-arche C. Wll Iiams In the rear are, standing from left, Eddie Felder, Mrs. Francis C-arl and Mrs. Yvonne H-arris, Mistress of Ceremonies. Clarissa J. Thompson, se a ted, were named king and queen of Beulah Baptist Church. Standing from left In front are 1\lrs. Sweetrix Williams, a New Jerusalem 4822 Main St. Rev. F. M. Garvin, Pastor Annual women's day was held Nov. 7. S. S. began at 10 with the guest supt., Mrs. Sylvia Mann and all teachers at their post. Morning service began at 11. The women were in charge. Mrs. Felix Braxville was our guest speaker. Mrs. Eva Robinson served as chairman of the women's day ac tivities. We are grateful to our many friends for making this a successful day Brown Temple Church 2314 27th Ave. Elder W. W. Gilyard, Pastor Mrs. Katheroe Hardge, Rept. S. S. began at the usual hour with the supt. in charge. All teachers were at their post. Mornng worship began at 11:30 with Mrs. Mary Williams in charge of devo tion. Missionary Hardge brought the message. She spoke from Act. 12:4-5 verse. Please pray for the sick and shutins. Visitors are al ways welcome. Buy From Florida Sentinel Advertisers EM,PIRE-PAINT MANUFACTURING 3418 E. 71h TAMPA, Avenue FLA. co. PHONE 241-2301 PAINT SALE 20 per gal. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR LATEX, OR OIL WHITE AND COLORS One coal covers mosl surfaces! Linseed Oil OUTSIDE WHITE .......... .. 275 gal.


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Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tuel. -anCI Fri Get Botli dltloni Saturday, November 20, 1971' Andrew Frazier, Newcomers Sparkle 'n Southern Cage Drills By FRED HEARNS basketball players ever at South Southern SID ern, BATON ROUGE, La, -All those When apejaklng of hfs first-year Southern University rooters who guards, Mack has nothing but said,"wait until next time," ]Jast praise for Frazier and Glasper, basketball season just might have who both are fighting for a posl known what they were talking a tlon on the first team. bout-at ieast that's how it looks When Mack talks of Ff(azler, he in early drills ai the Jaguar's manages a smile anll camp, says, '"He has worked Into our Head Coach Dick Mack, enter fast-break pattern very well, In ing : his twelfth year at the helm !1pite of hili height (5,) "Frazier 1mffered through a 9-17 season h andles the taller gt.;.rds very last year, as injuries to All-Ameriwell," he said of the tough little o:m guard Link Reid and rebot.-ndcompetitor from Tampa. jng ace Russell Jackson \eft the Frazrer Is the nephew of Heavysquard without its. two biggest weight Boxing Champion Joe Fra weapons. After beating Tennessee zler and has a lot of fight In him Slate 105-74, the team lost ten on the court, both offensively and consecutive games. defensively. : But its a new day on the SU Glasper another in the long caqipus, and the arrival of some line of outstanding basketball outstanding at all posi players to come out of Baton tions has observers buzzing about Rouge's McKinley High School. is the possibilities of a comeback "a defensive specialist," said this year. Mack "who is coming into We've been going pretty good own offensively The 5-11 speed so far, "Mack said early this ster Is as quick as they come week." Our freshmen are showing and can shoot with the best of a lot of improvement and they them. all pushing for positions our lettermen had. last year. Among those Mack has back from last se ason are All-South western Athletic Conference guard Larry McTier (16.3), Bobby Che ely (10.1), Ulysses Jones (7. 3), Willie Jai:JleS (4.2), Roger Calor (3.1) Ennis Tillman (4.6), and Harold Lewis (3.0). Reid .also is back with the sqt."ad as fresh man coach and an assistant to Mack and Coach John Brown with the varsity. The reason for optimism, however, is the arrival of freshmen guards Andrew Frazier. Darrell Glasper, Ernest Hamilton and Mitchell Mosley, forwards Mack Jones and Woody Watson and centers Andre Turner, Alex ; Keys and Archie Hill. These youngsters all have excellent high school credentials and form that many call the best freshman crop of Aaron Knee To Skip Surgery ATLANTA Hank Aaron, the home rim star of the Atlanta Braves, says he w:n't undergo bounce back at the age of 37 surgery on his knee be cause he might not be able to Aaron said Atlanta orthopedic surgeons have told him the prob !ems with the knee may stem from a torn cartilage, and with Babe Ruth's career record of 714 home in sight, he doesn't want to bke a chance of missing any games. "If I were 19 or 20, it would be a different' matter," he said But I've had three operations during my career, imd I know how hard it is to come back. I might not this time." ----___ .,. ---.. "WHERE YOU A LITTLE MORE'' LYKES SMOKED S .AUSAGE Lb. 6Sc VIGO YELLOW RICE Reg. 39c Pkg. 29c COMPLETE SUPPLY OF CAI(ES. VEG. STUFF INGS FOR Y 0 UR fHANKSGIVING DINNER FLORIDA DAIRY MILK Gal. 99c SMALL TURKEYS "While They Last" Lb. 49c FRESH PICNIC HAMS Lb. SSe StroUers Bowling League Kilbr i de Ins. 3, Team 11-1; Blossom's Bail Bond 2, Oxange Tree Market 2; Martines Cleaners 3 Team 11)-1; Team 9-4; King Solomon Bar-B-Q o, Team &--4; Coin-0-Magic Laundromat 0: Entz minger's Florist 4, Team 5-0. Women s high series Barbara Hadley 192, Barbara Stevenson 160, Pearl Dozier 181. Men's high game, Joe Franks 213, Ernest Jones 210, Charles Lee 4209. Women's high Series, Barbara Hadley 504, Aln'4'itine Williams 501, Barbara Stevenson 490. Men's high series, Charles Lee 604, Ben Graham 578, Joe Franks 552. STANDINGS Entzminger s Florist 31 9 Orange Tree Market 27 13 Team 6 ......... ... 24 16 Tean1 4 .. .. .. .. .. 23 17 ICilbride Ins. .. .. .... .. Z3 17 Cleaners 23 17 Team 9 . 19% 2011 2 BlosQm's Bail Bonds 18 22 Tenm 10 .. .. .. .. .. .. 17 23 Team H .. .. .. .. .. .. Wh King Solomon Bar-BQ 11 29 Coin-O.Miagic J,aundry 8 32 The reporter Is Johnnye Davis Rattler Coach Says 'No Way' TALLAHASSEE-Florida Coach Clarence Montgomery said Tuesday that Bethune-Cookman Coach Jack McC lairen is a real nice guy-it's too bad he's going to have to be disappointed again. F AMU meets Bethune-Cookman Saturday night in Bragg Stadium In what co1.Ild be billed as l'f black football championship of Florida. But since B-C's Wildcats have won just one F AMU game in 21 tries-that. being 19 years ago and by only one point-the game usually serves as an ego booster for the Rattlers. McClarien pointing to his team's 5 3 mark-including four straight shutouts and the 4-4 Rattler tally, said, "We've never been in a position like this before so it should inspire our guys to win. The soft-spoken Montgomery chuckled when he heard that. I've got to feel kind of opti mistic, too," he said. "We feel It's not going to happen this year anywa y. McC!airen, who has proud but fading memories of the last time BethuneC ookman beat Flo r ida A&M, is telling his team "this is the best shape that we eveJ caught them in." "We're accustomed to havlna lumps, but they're not," he said, Harking back to the 1952 Rattler -Wildcat struggle, McClair. en remembered "it was 8-7 and I scored the touchdown and I never will forget it." McClairlen has used the story in efforts to pep his team for past Florida A&M games but ile has learned that it doesn't do much good. "This is my lOth or 11th year of telling them about it,'' he said. "Actually I've r 'un out of stories to tell them. Montgomery, as one might ex. pect, considers the Bethune Cookman game one of the high lights of any Rattler schedule "I guess it s just a natural rivalry being here in the state," he said. "Quite a few of the boys have played with each o t her arid a g ainst each other so it makes quite an exciting ball game ence. SOUlHERN READIES FOR GRAMBLING TICiER TILT Grambling, meanwhile mauled Norfolk S-tate College 55-0 and takes a 7-2 overall mark into the contest. The G-Tigers have a 4-1 conference mark, with their only league loss coming 13-7 at the hands of Jackson State Coll ege A capacity crowd is assured for the 2 P .M. kickoff at Grambling, as the Jaguars try to avenge 11 37-24 loss from last season. South ern holds a decisive edge in the game series, howe v er, with eleven wins to Grambling's seven wins. The clashes have been extremely close In recent years, having been decided by less than two touch By Fred Hearns Southern SID BATON ROUGE, La. South ern University He-ad Coach AI Ta bor has an easy solution for stopp ing the Grambling Tigers this Sat urday afternoon, when his Jaguars travel. to the north Loouisiana city .for their annual interstate rivalry. "We've got to score more points than they do if we want to win it's as simple as thiat," Tabor grinned Tuesday afternoon from the S.U campus. Most Louis iana football fans LYKES BOLOGNA Lb. Pkg SSe JACKSON VANILLA WAFERS Can 4Sc LARGE FRESH HENS Lb. 59c DUCKS Lb. 69c agree, however, that ft. won't be nearly as easy -as it sounds to do just that and Ta bor's Jags will have to play their best football game this season to pull it out. Southern won its second game d o wns in eight of the last ten of the season last week in Tallaha-"' years ssee, defeating Florida A & M The orily one-sided games in tha1 University 13-9 in a defensive period were 34-14 Grambling win battle that was not decided until in 1965 and a 41-13 S-outhern vic the final minutes of play The win tory in 1966. Other recent scores lifted the aguar::; to a -6 ovPrwere Grambling 37, Southern 20 in all record and a 1-4 record in the both 1967 and 1968; and Southern Southwestern Athletic Confer-21, Grambling 17 in 1960. 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!tua"day, November 20, t 971 Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tue.. anCI Fri. Get Both Edition PAGE NINETEEN Only A $100,000 Pad Can Satisfy Cubs' Fergie CHICAGO, IlL-Ferguson Jen kins of the Cubs, with the Na tional League's Cy Young Award tucked under his buggy-whip right arm, feels that he finally has won long cverdue recognition, just as Roberta Clemente of the Pirates did in the World Series. And now it Is t.he Cubs who will have to pay. Fergie has set his sights on a 1972 salary of "more than $100,000," which would make him the highest paid Cub in history. Biiiy Williams currently holds that distinction with a contract of $100,000. Wiii the target be $150,000, as reported In a recent news story? "No, I'm not going to ask for $150,000 and I never told' anyone I was," said Jenkins at a press conference in the Wrigley offices. The Cubs had flown him in from bis home in Chatham, Ont., for the Cy Young announcement. "However, I wiii be shooting for more than $100,000 and I don't think I'll have any trouble getting it. But it will all be worked out by my two attorneys from Montreal, Larry Sazant and David Schatia. They'll be In Chicago in December or early January for the contract negotiations. "Reaily, I don't anticipate any difficulty. After all, I was pretty close to that $100,000 figure this year (estimated $90,000) and I be lieve I had my greatest season." Jenkins, who had a 24-13 record last season, has been a 20-game winner for five consecutive years. Nevertheless, the towering 6-5 hurler never has been accorded recognition In the way of awards, national publicity or the revenue from testimonials and commercials. And this has bugged Fergie. "I feel that I'm just as good as any of the rest of the top pitchers In the league-Juan Mari chal, Bob Gibson and Tom Seaver," sad Jenkins. "Maybe I live a little slower than those other guys and for that reason don't get the attention. Maybe Money Flow Will Begin "But I like money, like every one else. Perhaps now the pro motional erid of the game wiii start coming my way. "Winning the Cy Young Award is like having a big star up there beside my name. It's definitely a mark of distinction that should earn some respect." Jenkins believes that a big sea son for his being overlooked as a top-flight star is the fact that the Cubs never have won a pen nant during his career with the club. "It means a lot to the individual player to get into a World Series," said Fergie. "Everything is cen tralized in a World series and therefore there is a lot of national recognition. People put a lot of stock in World Series perform ances." Jenkins wasn't too confident that the Cubs would win a pen nant in the near future, either. "What we need Is about fl ve guys who can each steal 30 bases," said Fergie. "Weii, two or three anyhow. Our club is badly in need of some speed. We have home-run power and every thing else but we don't have guys who can run. From the seventh inning on, we have a tough time scoring." In analyzing his Fergie said he felt the best part of his performance was his con trol. He walked only 37 batters in 325 innings. "Where could I still improve? Cutting down on my home-run bails," chuckled Fergie. "But Wrigley Field is a pretty cozy park. It's four bases if you hit a long fly ball. But there always is one advantage If you get lone some, you can turn around and talk with the center fielder. Pitcher Forced to Concentrate "Nevertheless, the smailness of the park does have its compensa tions. Most Important, it makes you concentrate more. And that's one thing t h a t always was stressed by Joe Becker (retired pitching coach), who was the biggest factor in my success. "When Becker joined the club, he told me he was going to help me make a million dollars. He listed four things I had to do: (1) work hard, (2) concentrate, (3) make the batter hit my pitch, and (4) be ready to go out and pitch every fourth day. "Where he helped me techni cally was in reducing my big windup. He cut it way down. And he also got me, as well as the other pitchers, stvding movies made of us in action. It's amazing how you can pick up your mis takes and correct them more easily." Jenkins finally revealed what objectives for the season he had written in the sealed envepole he had taped to the bottom of his locker shelf, but winning the Cy Young Award was not one of them. "The objecives were a 26-9 record, stay healthy, don't get BETTY WRIGHT FANS Willie K. Edwards and Helen White were among the numerous fans attending the recent Betty Wright Show at Blake Junior High School. It was a weekend activity. cheated at the plate and concentrate," sad Fergie. "I came pretty close with all of them. But perhaps the most important was the good fortune to stay healthy. I had a little virus at tack once, but I never had to miss a turn." Jackson State Downs Morgan FABULOUS FOOTBALL ACTION BREATH TAKING EXCITEMENT A THRILL A MINUTE LIVE ACTION YOU'LL NEVER FORGET IT See The Fla. A&M University "RATTLERS" TAKE ON The University Of Tampa "SPARTANS" Saturday Nov. 28th.-Tampa Stadium KICK-OFF 8:00 P. M. -THRILL TO THE Nationally Famous FAMU Marching 165 FORMATIONS THAT "DEFY THE EYE" TO BELIEVE PULSATING MUSIC THAT "MOVES" YOU GENERAL ADMISSION $5 ,00. SPECIAL NOTE: $3 EACH END ZONE SEATS GO ON SALE SATURDAY MORNING AT TAMPA STADIUM ONLY!! GEN. ADMISSION TICKETS ON SALE AT Tampa U. Tickel Office -FAMU of Tampa College Hill Pharmacy Cenlral Shoe Repair AD K Record Shop Shuman's Bail Bonds Cozy Corner. In Sl. Pete al Sl. Petersburg FAMU Webb's City. Grogan's Enterprise. TICKETS ON SALE AT TAMPA STADIUM THANKSGIVING DAY. : DON'T MISS THE BIG PARADE SATURDAY MORNING


na. 3enttnel Bulletin-Published every Tues. uti Fri. Get Both Edltlon1 Saturday, November 20, 1971 Black Athletes Play Major Roles On Top High School Teams By '. BILLY DAwKINS Jacket ataia of last year with Sentfnel Sports Writer the likes of Richard Overstreet, Gerald Thomas, Johnoy Williams, With th8 1Im 'liigp school foot Michael Lq, Bobby Wilds, and ball sea.Son. ooming to a close; Ivory Solomon,. .has put together black athletes. ..have t h e i r a devastating off ease and a pow marks On the local gridiron. erful defense. '11he B1aok Kni ghts When ruling was made with victories over Hillsborough earlier -this year that .Middleton and powerful Lakeland and Blake wotfd be out and only two tie.s with Leto and as senior high sehools everyone Plant, bave their eyes ,set on: the was what y.rould hap conference, district and state pen With the great athletes from titles. Robinson, with Wilds and two schools. Blake, Overstreet at running back, has :with loS6 last year, had ripped the oppc)sition for over 100 a' host of talent coming back. yerds per game per outing, 'lbe Yellow Jackets never seem 'lbe Teriers alao have a great ed to run out of good talent at ground Iaine with K3rles the lead the West Tampa. school. ing rusher. 'lbe Leto FaloOrul, -which won the West; Alfred PyleS playing a duel role ern .CQDfereoee / and at quartemack and halfback, feated in W10 f the fll'st ti-me could easily be-undefeated with il lrlstoey, bad D:)()re : lettermen 'two 1ouee to Hillabot-ougb and coming back than any other sch?Ol,. t1 Rob all in the city. Some believed the Tig' to IDSOn era had the beat football in sbate last year' and W a I Some yeara back, IIIOIM W e r 8 figured to be e:ven. better tibia aaying that Middle ron or Blake ,Nr. could not compete with the mueh RobinSon, Hillsborough and Leto larger schools in the city, but received the bulk of the black the black coaches were saying talent 8nd have proven to be all the time that all they wanted tqe top '.teams the city. Hillswas a chance and they could stay bOrough, with the addition of for on tbe field with anyone. They mer Middletons, Ralph Kylea, were proven light by the fact" _(Joreg DougLas, Ruben Walker; and that Middleton won the football, put one of the t o P basketbaU and track cooference teams --in the state. Leto also crowns last year and Blake came gained with closing of in second in bobh football a n d ton aa a high school. '!be addl basketball. tion of running backs A 1 f r e P)lles, arid Ronald Peterson baa improved their' record cons1der ably over last season's disappoint log reconl. .. Robinson, who eome believed 6Q believed to be tPe beet in State, has' of the_ Yellow Mt. Moriah (hoir No.3 r Mr; Rayfietd JackSon, .. : Miu CarolynLowe, :ttept. Mt. Moriah Choir No. s mem hers are asked : to meet Friday clght at 8 at Channel 8 Tv station. The station is located at 905 Jackson St. All are asked to be on time. Southern Tone Singers The Sot."'hem Tone Gospel Sill gers-will render ; a musical pro_ gram Saturday nigh_t -at New Pro" 1gres5 M B. Church at 8 Appear ing on __ program will be the Soul( s.tilTers ; :M:r,s. The pel Singers, The Golden Harmon aires and many other groups. The public is invited I T ruevine Baptist 905 Governor St. Rev J : P. Sr., Piistor Members of the sen\or choir are grateful to all who helped make their program a great suc cess last Sunday. This Sunday services will be a& usual Remember tq prJ:lY for ,. alf the sick shutins every where Junior cboir rehearsal will be held Saturday at 3:30. Reatha Williams Council The Reatha Williams Council will meet S!lturday night at 8 at the home of the president Mrs. Reatha Williams, 1711 Palmetto St. All are asked to be present. The fu."'eral of our very good member, Henrietta Anderson, will be held Monday at 1 from First Baptist Church of West Tampa. With the football season kding and the basketball eeason startjqg, it is a fact that the bLack athlete will leave his mark as lcng and u deeP on 1M. coort as flbe7 did on tbe grid iron. City Wide Male (horus Mr. Arluster Morgan, Pres, Mr. Willie Spells, Kept. City Wide Male Chorus mem bera are asked to nieet Sunday morning at 9 at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Willie 3811 3rd Ave. -... Teenige Dance The Black Mist Band will play Satqrday night at Evans Recrea tion Center in Seffner .for a Teen Age Dance The dance will st-art at 7:30. A small donation wili be taken up at the door. Mrs. Estela Johruiorl i sponsor Choir Union -No. 5 Seawright Sullivan, Pres. Mrs. Frances Caldwell, Rept. The No. 1 choir union of St. Petersburg will render a musical program Monday night in behalf of the No. 5 choir union at Friendly M.B. Re v w. L. 'Webb, pastor The public is invited. Holy Propheteers Singers The Holy Propheteers of Bar tow will render a program Sun day night at 8 at' the Antioch Baptist Church. The public is invited Choir Union No. 2 Deacon Virgil Brooka, Pres. Mra. Jennie V. Austin Rept. Choir Union No. 2 will have business meeting Sunday at 4 at New Hope M.B. Church Rev John Willis is pastor. All officers are asked to be on tme. BIG JOE'S BAR PLENTY OF FlEE PABIIIG -CORNER LASALLE -AHD ROME WEST TAMPA FORMER BLAKE STARS ON ROBINSON TEAM Formt!r Blake football stars on the current Stokes; Carroll Jones, Howard Pilcher, statistician, High squad Include, from left, wnu:am and Carlton Jones. Emmanuel Baptist %204 Highland Ave. Rev. H. W. Wilburn, Palltor Mrs. H. Pittman, R,eporter S. S will begin at 9 :45 with the supt. in charge The pastor give the revie\V. Morning service will begin at 1 lwith Dea. Tatum and Williamson in charge of de votion. The Sanctuary choir and young adults will sing and senior ushers will serw all day. The pastor will deliver the sermon. BTU will begin at 5 with the president in charge followed by evening worship at 6:30. The same order of service will be con ducted. Mrs. Ossie Garner an!l Mary Shannon are to Tampa General Hospital. Please pray for them. Community Prayer Band Mn. May Thompson Pres. ., Mrs. Tommie M White, Rept. The Commqnity Prayer Band will meet Tuesday night at 8 at the home of Mr. Sylvester Nor man, 2110 29th Ave., Apt. 21; Visitors are welcome. Elder L. Williams is director Allen Temple 1112 Scott St. Rev. H. McDonald Nellloll, Pastor Miss Beulah Gan1ey, Reporter S. S. will begin at 9:30. The supt., Mrs. C. Rodgers, is asking all to be present and on time. The call to worship will be given at 11 by the paator. The No. 1 choir and No. 2 ushers served : The saJile group will be in charge for evening worship. The pastor The junior church is asking to will deliver the mesaage. please be at rehearsal Saturday evening at 4. Official board fng has been to every Monday night. All other activities of the week remain the same. The church is in deep sympathy with the Lockhart family member the sick and shutlns. Pugh_sley Chorus Mrs. Louise Bolden, Pres. Mr s. Hazel Petty, Reporter The Pughsle'f' Memorial Chorus will meet Friday. night at 7:30 at the horpe of Mrs Anna Mae Jenkins, 4210 Green St. All members are asked to be and on time. Mt. Mo;riah Choir No. 4 United Fellowship Chorus Kenneth Niles Pres. Claude Mobley, Reporter The 'No. 4 choir of Mt. Moriah P. B. Church will have their busi ness meeting Saturday afternoon at 4 :30. The president is asking all members to be present N.:.w Hope Jr. Women Mrs. Josephine Moore, Pres. Mrs. Lillie M. Holloway, Rept. The Junior Women's Society of New Hope M.B. Church of which Rev. John Willis is pastor will meet Monday evening at 7 at the church All members are asked to be present and on time. Mrs. Mozena iackson, Pres. Miss Vanita Hall, Rept The United Fellowship Chorus will have rehearsal Saturday night at 8 at Mt. Moriah P.B. Church. All members are asked to be present and on time. AT TOWNE'S Progressive Choir Union Mrs. Mozena Jackson:, Prea. Mrs. L. Owens, Rept. Progressive Choir Ution will convene Sunday at 3 at Highland M .B. Church. Rev. Hodo il pastor. The Jnvied. Friendly Gospel Singers The Friendly Gospel Singers will render a program night at 8 at I'eace Progressive Bapt. Church Rev. E. A. Todd il pastor, Many gro1,1ps and will ap.. on program. The 1 iilv1ted. Mrs. Barbara W11liams 111 sponsor. Mt. Moriah Sr. Usllers The Senior Usher Board ot Mt Moriah P. B. Church will -have : their rehearsal meeting Monday afternoon at 5:30 at the church. The president' is asking all mem. bers to be present and on time : Allen Temple MN. Sallie B. Crosby, Pres. Mrs. A. R. Simmons, Kept. Allen Temple Pulpit Aid Board will have a meetirtg Tuesday night at 8 at the home of Mrs. Catherine Randolph, 1404 Arm wood Ct All are asked to remember the s i ck and shutins ---7 .Buy From Ronda Sentinel -Advertisers CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 3608 '34th STREET TAMPA Modern Equipment Plus Carefree Fabrics Have Made Our Job ol Pro-. fessional Care Much Easier; So We Can Cui Prices; AHD YOU SAVE. TROUSERS AHD SKIRTS: IIOlV 59c: SPORTCOATS: ROW &oc SUITS: ROW $1.19 DRESSES: HOW $1.19 --City wide pickup and delivery. Bring your own and, save o o Ad dilional charge for pickup and delivery o PH. 248-4144 Hours 7 LDio 8 p.m.


Saturday, November 2U, UJ71 FUNERAL NOTICES ANDERSON, MRS. HENRIETTA -Funeral services for Mrs. Henrietta Anderson of 912 Spruce Street, who passed away in a local hospital, will be Monday 'at 1 P. IM. at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, with Rev :\1. c. Johnson, officiating. Interment will be in :'\Iemorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: husband, Mr. Aaron Anderson; : 2 sisters, :'\Irs. Rosa Larkins and husband, Mr. Elijah Larkins; and Mrs. Amelia Pouncie; nieces, Mrs. Dorothy Evans, nephews, Mr. Tommie McGill and wife, Mrs. Gloria Mc GiJJ, U. S. Army, El Paso, 1\xas and Rufus McGill of Atlantic City, N. J.; a number of cousins, Hme of whom are, .Mrs. Sarah West, of Lakeland, Mrs. Lucy .Perry, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Mrs. :Annie Jones of Lakeland; a god child, l\Irs .. Juanita Dunnigan and husband, l\Ir. Arthut Dunnigan; devoted friends, Mrs. Katie Graham and :'\Irs. Lena Roberts, and oilier sorrowing relatives a n d friends. A native of Alachua County, Mrs. Anderson had lived here for the past 51 years. She was a member of Lily White SBA No. 139; Mrs. Reatha Williams, president and the Reatha Williams. Council. The remains will repose after 12 noon SUnday at Wilson Funeral Chapel and after 9 A.M. Monday at the church until near funeral time. THE REMAINS WILL NOT BE. VIEWED AFTER THE EULOGY. "A WILSON SER-VICE" GARY, MR. OLLIE -F i n a I tribute for the late Mr. Ollie Gary of 405 E. Amelia, who pass ed away November 18, will be held Monday 11 A. l\'1. from Pugh5ley Cathedral with Rev. E. A. Todd, officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. A native of Florida, Mr. Gary had lived in Tampa most of his life and was a retired employee of Florida Portland Cement Company. Survivors include a brother, Mr. Arthur Gary and wife, Ruth Miami; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Goldwire, Delray Beach; cousin, 1\lrs. Gladys Wallace, Tarpon Springs; 4 sisters-in-law, nieces and other 1orrowing relatives, devoted friends are Mrs. Eliza Waters and Mrs. !Alma Colbert, Thmpa, and other friends. The remains will Ue in 1tate at Pughsley Cathedral for visitation of friends after 5 P. l\1. Sunday until hour of funeral lervicfi!. The funeral cortege will leave from 1114 Pine Street. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME In charge, HALL, MR. GEORGE ARTHURFuneral services for Mr. George Arthur Hall of 1909 31st Avenue Apt. 562, who vassed away In a local hospital, will be held Sat urday at 4 P. 1\1. at Wilson Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Bernard Milton/ Jones, officiating. Inter ment will he In Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: wife, iMrs. Alberta Hall; 3 sons, George A. Hall, Jr., John E. Hall, Rickey J. Hall; 5 daughters, Doloris Hall, Deborah F. Hall, Patricia T. Hall, Barbara A. Hall and Mrs. Lee l\Ioment and husband, Mr. Rudolph Moment; father, Mr. John Hall; a sister, Mrs. Annie Rose Bridges and husband, Mr. Emmitt Bridges, Jr. of Americus, Georgia; brothers and sisters-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph West, Mr. and Mrs. Printess Strong all of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. o. B. Keith of Dawson, Ga.; grandmother, Mrs. Alzo Laster of Plains, Georgia; 6 aunts, Miss. Nellia Irene Hall of Savannah, Ga., l\Jrs. Mary C. Tatum of Mas. sachusetts, l\Iiss Katie B. Lamar of Mississippi, l\Irs. Roberta Sims of Miami, Mrs. Ethel May Soloman of Plains, Georgia, Miss Nancy Sims of Plains, Georgia, Miss Rose May Laster of Plains, Georgia; 4 uncles, Mr. E d gar Laster of Plains, Georgia, 1\'lr. L. C. Laster of Plains, Georgia, Mr. Mrs. Luscenia Turner of PeasantMr. Joseph LastPr of Areliton, Georgia; mother-in-law, Mrs. Su sie Mathis ot Albany, Georgia; a host of nieces, nephews, and other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Americus, Georgia, :'\Jr. Hall had lived here for the past 8 ,ears. He was a veteran, having served in the U. S. Army. He was also an employee of Tampa Brass & Aluminum Corp. The remains will repose after 4 P. l\1. tod!ay (Friday) at Wilson Funeral Chapel, until near funeral time Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" HANNAH, MRS. CLAUD I A PEARL -Funeral services for Mrs. Claudia Pearl Hananh of 1811 27th Avenue, who passed away in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 1 P. M. at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, with Rev. Jacoo Jordan, ol'flciat!.ng. Interment will be in Memorial Parle Cemetery. Smvivors are: 4 sons, Mr. Eddie D. Harris and wife, Mrs. Minnie Harris, Mr, Thomas William Hannah and wife, Mrs. Linda Waleen Hannah Mr. Gary Hannah and Mr. Willie James Hannah; 4 grandchildren, Eddie Levett Harris, Michelle Harris, Thomas William Hannah, Jr. and Robert Hannah; 4 sister,;; Mrs. Annie Pearl Mullins of pa, 1\Irs. Mary Jackson and husband, Mr. Q. P. Jackson, Mrs. Essie Bell Harris and husband, Mr. Eddie Harris, Sr. and Miss Ola Bell Starks, all of Troy, Alabama; a brother, Mr. Thomas Starks of Tampa; a god son, Mr. Phillip Snelling, Jr. and wife, Mrs. Lillie Queen Snelling of Tampa; a number Of nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of other sor rowing relatives and friends. A of Troy, Alabama, Mrs. Hannah had lived here for the past 25 yeal'll. The remains will repose after 4 P. M. today

PAGE TWENTY-TWO Fla. !entlnel Bulletin-Published every Tuea, and Fri. Get Both Editlona Saturday, November 20, 1971 FUNERAL NOTICES s of the next election; 77,90. a statesman, of tlw next generation. 87 ,65. urday at 2 P. M. from the RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL H 0 M E CHAPEL, with the Rev. Phillip 1'ucl>er, officiating. Interment will follow In the Shady Grove Cemetery. A native of St. Petersburg, Florida, Mr. Williams had resided in Tampa for several years. He was a veteran of World War 11, having served honorably in the U.S. Army. Survivors in clude a devoted wife, Mrs. Alice Williams; 4 daughters, Mrs. Velma Graham, Mrs. Marie A. Pow ell and husband Charles, Miss Sandra Williams, and Miss Mary Alice Williams; a devoted neph ew, Mr. Wilbert Williams and wife Mrs. Juanita Williams; 2 step sons, Mr. James Brown and wife Annie and Mr. Robert Brown and wife Gloria; 3 sisters l\lrs. Willie B. Hall and husband Obie, and Mrs. Olivia Bagley and husband Mack and Mrs. Alonzo Mayo; a stepbrother, Mr. Albert Williams; mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary McNeil; a brother-In-law, Mr. Willie McNeil and wife Alma; 3 uncles, l\Ir. Rubin Moorer and wife Ludia, and Mr. Henry Moor. er and wife Bernice of Summer field, Fla., and lllr. Andrew McCracken and wife Florida; 2 aunts, Mrs. Earnestine Green of St. Petersburg and Mrs. Estella Hector and husband Taft of Summerfield; 2 nieces, Vanita Hall and Valarie McNeil; 7 grandchildren and a host of other relatives and devoted friends. The remains will repose at the RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL after 3 P. M. Friday (today). Arrangements by BRYANT & WIL LIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home). Memoriam TAMPA -In memory of my dear sister, Miss Dicy Douglas Harper, who passed Nov. 18, 1954. Gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by a sister, Mrs. !\Iamie Davis, Tampa; mother, Mrs. Marie Douglas, Monticello. Memoriam TAMPA -In memory of Miss Mary Lou Best, October 20, 1950, Charlie H. Best, November 18 1952. Beyond th"e mist that blinds us here, These are God's choice gifts, That heaven hath kindly lent to earth. A loving family. Memoriam TAMP A -In memory of the late Mr. Jasper Hill who departed this life one year ago November 17, 1970. Sadly missed by wife Mrs. Pearl Hill and daughter, Mrs. Felma Monday. Memoriam TAMP A -In memory of my wife, Mrs. Rosetta Carter w h o passed November 18, 1970. Sadly missed by husband, .James B. Carter and a host of relatives. Memoriam TA:.\IPA In memory of our darling mother, l\lrs. Willie Belle Brookins who departed this life fi-ve years ago. In tears I watch. ed you suffer, little I could do, but hold your hand to comfort you and pray God would help you through. The Golden Gates did open, God saw you needed rest. His garden must be beautiful for he only takes the best. Sadlymlssed by your children, Althea, Dr. Brookins and Eartha. Memoriam TAMP A -In memory of ou;:darling mother, Bernice L o we Hill. It's been eleven years since you left us. Life has not been the same since God took you away. Sadly missed by your children Andrew and Sandra James Cher ridean, Anthony Hill; Amelia Lowe and family. Card of Thanks TAMPA The family of the late Rev. H. B. King wish to thank the pastor, all officers and members of Beulah Baptist Church, neighbors and friends for their kindness shown during our bereavement for the cards, tele grams and flowers. Special thanks to Rev. A. L. and Wil son Funeral Home. May G o d bless each ef you i\Irs. Rullar M. King and family. Card of Thanks TAMP A --: The family of the late 1\Ir. Robert Jasper would Iik to thank their neighbors a n d friends for cards, telegrams, al offerings and all acts of kindness shown them during his recent illness and .passing. Special thanks to Rev. A. L. Brown and the No. 2 choir of Mt. Moriah P. B. Church and the Franklin Fun -eral Home staff. Signed: Mrs. Lou venia C!arl>, sisters and family. Miracle Prayer Band Sammie L. Scott, Pres. Tommie M. White Rept. The Miracle Prayer Band will meet Monday night at 8 at the home of Mrs. Sammie L. Scott, 1864 Riviera Ct. Visitors are wel come. Minister Timothy Calhoun director. St. Luke AME 2709 25th St. Rev. John E. Cary, Pastor S. S. began at 9:30 with tna supt., Mrs. E. R. Oliver in charge. All teachers were present. Morning worship began at 11 with the pastor in charge. Music was rendered by the No. 2 choir and ushers. The sermon was delivered by Rev. Harris pastor of Johnson Chapel AME Church of Amerillo, Texas. Evening worship began at 6 with the same choir and ushers serving. The pastor brought the messag-e. The Pulpit Aid Board will mee' Immediately after morning servIce : Steward boards No. 1 and 2 will meet Monday night. All mem bers are asked to be present. Church conference will be held Tuesday night. All members are asked to be present. The No. 1 choir will hold business meeting Wednesday night at 8. All members are urged to attend. Visitors are always welcome. Northside MB 5706 40th St. Rev. J. Jordan, Pastor Sunday school will begin at 9:4!J with the supt. Deacon Andrew Minor in charge. Morning service began at 11 choir and ushers serving. sermon was delivered by the pastor. Evening service began at 6:3

Saturday, November 20, 1971 Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editions PAGE TWENTY-THRER. --------Dial 248 1921 Classified Ad Dept. BUSINESS PETERMON FUEL OIL!! DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR, nights and all day on weekends. Call Mr. Petermon, 238 2823 or 238-6834. 3503 East Caracas. NO CREDIT??? Having Trouble Buying A Car Because you are short on Credll or Down Payment? LET l\IE HELP YOU Call Bill BroW.. 232-4891. OR SEE ME AT SuN BAY MOTORS 6300 FLORIDA AVE. EMPLOYMENT .JOBS FOR WOMEN EMPLOYMENT WANTED GO-GO GffiLS. Apply DREAM BAR, 2801 Nebraska Avenue. WHERE CAN YOU GET THOSE BEAUTIFUL AVON GIFTS? Call 872-3242. Better yet, become an A VON Representative and sell them to many others who want to buy them. Call now 626-0874. MRS. SMITH S72-3242. Female Help Wanted Women age 18-35. Are you tired of your present routine? Do you wish for travel, meeting people and exciting work? The WoJ:Den's Army Corps baa many skills .available fM qualified young women. For complete In formation call Tamp.a, Fla. 228-7711, Ext. 115, 171, 172. SALES TRAIHEE l FOR SALE SHOE REPAIR EQUIPMENT FOR SALE $?:;. 3801 29th Street. FOR SALE HOSPITAL AND NURSING home supplies for sale. Call 248-1573 or 229-1845. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. 1----------$50 DOWN BEAUTIFUL THREE BEDROOM HOMES with carpet, tile bath, built-in range and oven, chain link fence and beautiful land scape lots. JOE KENNEDY REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATE, Wilbert Williams Realty, 2122 Main St. Phones 251 4049 or 677-6895. WEST TAMPA $200 DOWN FHA 235. 3 bedrooms, 1 % bath. VANITY HOMES, INC. I 109 North. Armenia. Phone 251 3539. IN BEAUTIFUL RIVER GROVE 3 BEDROOMS, Z BATHS, Florida room, air conditioned, wall-to wall carpeting, FHA financing. HAROLD FRANKLIN, Realtor 879-0560 WE ARE INTERESTED IN talk ing to women williug to prepare f-or employment with Tampa's fabulous New Government Hospital. Experience unnecessary We train you 3 hours day or evening, for doctors reception ists, secretaries, clerk typists, key punch operators and nurses aides. Call MEDICAL DIREC TOR, 223-3649. HJGH SCHOOL GRADS. Make your move. We seek neat aggressive and ambiti-ous high school gra!k, or drop outs to Healer -Sales and rep. Ebony, Jet and Time, and other leading f-ashion pub. In Service. Used and Hollywood, Chicago, N. Y. No I Reconditioned experience necesSiary, average earnings $150 $200 per week. 8001 401h St. Comm. plus bonuses. Trans. I WANTED furnished. Must be able to start Phone 988-6626 immedi ately. Contact Robert ___ ...;.. ________ _.. PARTNER IN BUILDING APT. BUILDING Haye, Diplomat Motel, St. Pe $50 DOWN tersburg, Fla. Ph. 898-5135. I Call 254-4972 or ,, 257-4051 LEAVE NUMBER Male Help Wanted: l\Ien 17-35. Guaranteed assignment to Europe. U. S. Army accepting applications for mini mum 16 months tour In Europe l-in infantri, armor and artillery career fields. For complete In-formation call Tampa, Fla. 238-7711, Ext. 115, 171, An equal opportunity employer FOR, SALE FURNISHED EXCELLENT 3 BR, CB HOl\lE with Fla. room, huge kitchen, hardwood floors, lovel y fenced In yard on corner lot. FHA. $20,750. Call HELEN DANIEL, Assoc. TAMPA REALTY, INC. 839-6337 Realtors 839-6454 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, close to most everything. Near Howard and Armenia. 1\[aln Street, Is No. 4 entrance and exit. Work for down payment. $12.50 week. CHESTNUT. Look first then call 932-7002. MAll Y OUR AD OR BUY! LEASE OR HIRE! TELL OR SELL! 20 words or less wfll cost $2.00 per edition and 10c each additional word. If you need help In writing your ad, or to lind out how much larger ads will Just call "MISS RESULTS" at 248-1921. Please enclose your/ check or money order for each ad yoa wish to have published. WRITE YOUR AD HERE Under what classification 11bould we publish your ad? ... .. -..... Your Name: I o 0 o I I I I I I I I o I o I o o o o I ooooo I I o o I I I I I o 0 0 I I I 0 I 0 0 0 0 I ... I 0 Your address: .... Y01n Telephone Numberz ................ -,, ............... Mall this form with your check or money order toz mE FLORIDA SENTINEL-BULLETIN, P 0. Box 3363, Tampa 33801 '.1.1 ,J f ...... BEAUTIFUL !t bedrooms, 1 bath, carpet, tile bath. Built-in-range and oven_, :refrigerator, chain link fence on large landscape lot. $10,350. Principal and in : terest $68.42 m onthly 30 year, 7 per cent mortgage. DON TAAFFE BROKER 872-2729 or 839-1422 TYPICAL EXAMPLE $14,500 FHA IT'S A BEAUTY! LR,DR, W/W Carpeted, quarry tile Fla. Room, or third BR, lovely kitchen modern epuip ment. 3 units ac. Double ca rport, fenced in yard. All this on 1 % lot. ISABEL PERRI ASSOC. Tampa Realty, Inc. 839-6337 or 877-6884 SALE 3604 24th A VENUE Comer Hosue -Z Lots, Fenced iD, Well and Pump Small Down Payment NO QUALIFYING. BEVERLY INC. 1510 East 7th Avenue 247-2525 BUSINESS LEASES AVAILABLE AT TAMPA PARK SHOPPING CENTER NEBRASKA AT SCOTT FOR REASONABLE: ;RATES PHONEs 229-1845 I I FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE, 3510 22nd Ave., $6,000. lots, Grant Park, $750.00 each. Phone 245-5624. HELP US CELEBRATE THE OPENING OF OUR NEW TAl\lPA BRANCH OFFICE By seeing the excellent bargains below Large 2 bedrooms, block, concerete block, Sultanta addi tion. $12,000. EXTRA LARGE 2 bedrooms, I bath, frame. Ross and Randalls addition $9,500. 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, concrete block in Progress Village $10,200. all with low down, and I o w monthly payments. DON TAAFFE BROKER 872-2729 839-1422 2337 WALHUT AVE. CLEAN 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, I with new double refrige. rator, stove and partly furnlshed. Upstairs bedroom ltas sep-I arate entrance with rental tential. 1\fake offer. PUBLIC -AUTO INSURANCE lMMEDIATE COVERAGE at a cost that conespondR to your driving history. Jack Berry 626-6194, McGowan Enterprises, Inc C. & M. Furniture Co. 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Prices are arranged wh.e!r Inter v iewed Call 229,6_863; ask for Mr. : .. andc Refrigerators ior. rent $2.50 Weekly No Gimmicks Never A Service Charge. Phone 988-9131 7216 40th STREET FOR REHT Clean Painted Houses Phone 251-1645 ON CUT-RATE _PLUMBING C-SOL'S TRADING posT Same L'ocation For 13 Y!!ars Y-MOVE? 3822. E. BROADWAY PHONE 243;2411 /-Wl.RlN.-G ELECTRICAL._. AND ... R E. P A I R S __ One-Trip Service Trucks 210 Franklin St. !%9-!771 _-. FDREBAL DmECTORS WILSON'S 'FUHERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" Phones: !48-6125 !45-%032 -PU GHSLEY Funeral Home H 0 TIC E SHADY GROVE CEM:ETERY 4615 E. HAHHA AVENUE We would like to announce that we noW offer complete monument service at a s-avings to you. We have peqnanent vase units for as little as $10 dollars. We also have perm; anent grave m-arkers for as litUe as $50 dollars, Including the vase. Compare these prices with any othel' company you will find none to compare. Please visit our cemetery and meet our courteous, and eHic:ienl slidl and see our-: beautiful well-kepi grounds. ...


PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Fla. Sentinel B ulletln-PuhHshed every Tues. anCI Fri. Get Both J!dltiOid !Saturday, Novemher 20, 1971 Rev. Y. Benjamin Bruce New Year At Mt. Zion Starts AME Rev. Y. Benjamin Bruce, re turning from the annual confer ence as pastor of Mt. Zion AME Church for another year, was re ceived by a large number of members and friends on the first Sun day in November. There was one joiner. An organizational meeting was held Friday. In hls administra tion last year Rev. Bruce saved the church an embarrassment of $10,000 mortgage and the parsonage was completely renovated. Mrs. Henri M. Phillips was reelected church clerk. The pastor recommended that officers of all standing boards remain the same. Mrs. Eva Patterson and Mrs. Wilile M a a Green were app8inted to t h 1 steward board of which Mr. Murray Gibbons is vice chairman. Mrs. Green was also elected treasurer church. Mrs. Annie Hamlin; was appointed presi dent of the No. 2 usher board. Ronnie Pilcher was appointed assistant superintendent to Mrs. Willie Mae Gaskin of the S. S.; Miss Doris. Wilson, chairman of the finance committee; Mrs. Em. ma J. Lewis, recording secretary; Mrs. Gwendolyn Moore, asst. di-rector young peoples department, aud Mrs. Lydia Rodriguez, di rector. A Calendar Tea will be given by the trustee department Sunday from 4 to 6 P.M. at the church. William Stewart, chairman; Mrs. Beatrice Black, cochairman. An interesting program has been planned. A baby contest will also terminate. Mrs. Emma Lewis and Mrs. Rosa L. Pope are sponsors. Dinners will be sold at the home of Mrs. Black, 2138 Cypress St. Saturday. Mrs. Willie Mae Green will be in charge of pie sale at the church Sunday. The second Sunday y;as a high day at Mt .. Zion beginnig with Sunday scholo. Among the visit ors was Mrs. Bertha DeStaffee of New Bethel Baptist, St. Petersburg. The new treasurer of the S. S. is Raymon


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