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Ex-Addicts Rehabilitation ? To Set Up Progr.ams Drug In Fla. Hear Ye! This Office Closes At Noon Every Wed. And Sat. I ,l i4 &e1rn1 t i 1mB1 I

PAGE -TWO Fla. Sentinel Bulletln-Puhlished every Tuea, anCJ Fri Get Both Editions Saturday, December 4, 1971 Man Sought For Murder Of Jerome Chambers Is Arrested Long hours of extensive lnvesti ;; ation by the crime prevention : 1ureau of the Tampa police de : 1artment has turned up the man ;:,ccused of killing f6-year-old : rerome Colli"ns Chambers,' 1224 :Jur den Ct., whose body was ; eund .i n the restroom of a service : .tation at 802 E Buffalo in July. Vice officers E. P Hampson 1 nd M A. Floyd, who already : : new about an outstanding mur der against a suspect, stopped Barker, 29, 1237 Harrison r>n the corner of Central Avenue : md Laurel to search him for n arcotics when the policemen called for :qarker to stop he threw some .. bing to the ground. Barker, also ; : nown as "Jacksonville", was ::earched and four decks of sus >ected heroin was found on him :<1nd one of the officers recovered he cigarette package that Barker -.. ad thrown down. It contained iwo decks of the same substance. -Parker was advised that he was :cJnder arrest for and was taken to the police department and booked for the offense. A check of Barker'a recorda showed that he had been arrested over 10 times before for various drug charges. He is now being held in the county jail for first degree murder. Youth Died From Poisoning" The police department was tipped off about Chambers' death by a call from some anonymous person who told them where his body ,,c ould be found. The first autopsy showed that he had died from an overdose .of heroin. A final statement from the medical examiner's office showed that traces of poisoning was found ii1 Chambers' body. It was believed that a dose of strychnine laced with heroin had been Injected Into the youth's bloodstream. Authorities of the police department are withholding information leadini to the arrest of Barker until the case Ia brought to tria!. --------------------------------------COURTHOUSE CAPERS Assaults T:ampa police reported an ar ,. ravated assault case against :Mra. 'atricia Ann McBride Wedneaday ;ight. Officer E. B. Griffin aaid "'A:rs. McBride, 12, 2916 East .:Juffalo, was cut Mveral time1 .,ith a knife after an argument 1 ith a suspect on 29th Street and Avenue Bu.rglaries ; Rufus Bland, 61, 2707, 27th Street: : his home broken into tonday aftf>rnoon. Bland told l)lice that a portable television $t, a ncord player, four pairs f curtains, bed sheets, and two : ed spreads, all worth $88, were t olen. The suspects broke a win : :ow to enter the house. .-A female broke into the orne of Walter C. Johnson, ,29, 1'10 Nassau, and did bout $200 worth of damage to '.s clothes. Johnson told police ficers that the woman, possibly s sister-in-law pulled the screen om t he back dooT to get inside. he clothes were all ripped but : :-thing was taken. Elaine Bryant, 21, 1012 Governor, } ported a burglary 1\t the home of Trs. Edna Sims, 2415 E. Oayuga. !Ts. Bryant said someone pried oen a door and poured V'arnish : ".1 over the Jiving room carpet nd set fire to some of it. The lrnish was possibly taken from shed in the rear of the house. he extent of the damage was not nown at the time of the police : westigation. A large console color television t was taken Wednesday from the 1me of Mrs. Agnes Fendall, 59, '03 Orange Thieves entered the 1tlse at approximately 11 that 'ght and stole the $712 set. Mrs. endall reported the break-in to ) Jice at 1 :25 Thursday morning. Unidentified thieves kicked a ')()r down at the residence of obert Brarwell, 34, 1905 Central venue, Apt 2 to enter and steal lluable merchandise Once inside ey took a portable television, a : ereo tape player with speakers, ,d a pair of men s boots The len goods are worth $119. Dewitt E. Doyle, 26 was arrested Thursday m orni n g for break g into Leon's Bar, 2818 E Os-1rne Avenue. Doyle entered the tsiness through t he bac k door and o k almost $100 in cash He fled te scene on foot and was apprehended by police just a short distance from the bar. While Mrs. Alza L. Mitchell, S1, 8716 E Powhattan, was away from home late Monday nig:ht and early Tuesday morning aomeone broke Into her home and took *186 in Joods A ladies fur stole and a polaroid camera were the items taken. Thefts Benjamin Tillis, 79, 2612 E. 26th Avenue, lost his social secv..-ity check to a thief Wednesday after noon Mr. Tillis a woman and a man took the check from his mailbox and fled on foot. The police have no clues as to who the thieves might have been. Two ladies at 2110 29th Avenue also reported their checks stolen Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Robinson, 42, of apartment 27, said an un identified woman stole her check The same woman reportedly took a check :from the mailbox next door t o Mrs. Robinson Mrs. Sarah Lee Lewis lives in Apartment 28. An eight track tape player was stolen from a 1969 Plymouth Monday nighf. Theodore Lawrence Se ward, 26, 5208 83rd Street, had parked }lis car in the 1100 bloc!t of c entral Avenue at 10 P. M., and when he returned an hour later he discovered the player and 19 tapes had been taken. The merchandise is valued at $114. A 1964 Chevrolet was stolen Tuesday night from the place the owner had parked it near the Dream Bar on Nebraska Avenue Charlie Young said he left the car at 17th and Nebraska for an hour while he was inside the bar. The stolen vehicle Is worth $450. The male sti.>pects that stole a state welfare check made out to Mrs Lula M Baldwin, 35, 37!1 32nd were seen speeding away from the scene in a car. The men took the check from Mrs. Baldwin's mailbox shortly past 11 A. M. Wednesday The larceny division of the city's police depart ment are checking the ident i fica tion of the car de scribed by a wit. ness. Two young men were arrested at Self-Service Shoe 1006 Frank lin !:t Wednesday afternoon. Joe Johnson. was arrested a fter he was seen concealing a pair of men's shoes As he left the store, he was b y store per sonnel and Johnson dropped the shoes an L:\KEL:\!\1> -. -__ .. -. : -,, -.. ----.


!aturday, Deamber 4 1971 I' ta. .o-uuenn-rurmsnea every 1 lie.. ana rn. oet tsom I' AC TRREI Youth Killed Released By Police Recently From Institution B y RON PRESSLEY Se ntin e l S taff Writer The mother o f a 1 yearoid youth killed by a Tampa p oii c e offi cer Wednesday afterno on during a burglary a ttempt said he had b e en released from mental l ospital just a mon t h ago after serving time for si milar charges. Charles Edward Morris, 314 E. Park Avenue, was shot twice a nd killed by Officer D E Johnson s ho r tly past one in t h e a fternoon a fte r h e went to investigate a burglar_y in progress a t 1 611 E 1 8t h A venue. While enroute to the s ce,l e J oh nson said he heard sounds of g l ass breaking. When he arrived at t h e scene he saw Morris on ll trash container at the house near two broken Miami typ e windows. Whe n Morris saw the policeman h e bolted from the h ous e and ran down an alley. J o hn s on said he repeatedly yelled for the youth to stop and after he failed to halt and the officer saw he was about to lose the suspect, who had already jumped a fence, he pulled his service revolver and fired once. Johnson recalled that after h1s 1hot, Morris looked over his shoulder at him a n d continued t o run. It was then that J ohnso n f i red the shot that felled the y o u t h s tri k i ng him in t he b ac k o ( t h e head. !\-!orri s was tak en to Tampa Ge ne r a l Hospital w h e : e d oc ors pro nou nc ed him dead on arriv al. Mrs. Ade l a G a rcia, occupant o f th e house :'lforri s a ttempted to e nter said she was visi tin g h e r sister a block away when a neighbor t o ld h e r o f the incident. A rel a tive that lives next d oor to Mrs. Garcia said h e didn't know what was happening u nti l he h eard the pol ice shots. T h ree p eople reportedly witnessed the shoo t ing. The boy's mother went to the hospital to id e ntify the yo u t h a f er being summ:ned b y h e r husband. She said Morris has be e n in t h e b o y's home in Marimma and was released from confinement a t Chattahoo .chee a fte r being there t w o years. The woman said she last saw her son Saturday and as always she pleaded with him to get a job. Whenever he did get a job, he would work for only i few days at the time and quite, she said. Funeral services for Morris will be held Saturday with Franklin Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Problems Confront Southern Women Fighti_ng Discrimination ATLA NTA Southern women r epresent a .greater proportion of the roll s o f colleg e s and universities-and a greater p ercent a ge of degrees-than do women nationwide. However, men still dominate professional s c hool enrollments in the Sou t h. South ern women, as do womea all over t h e country complete their d egrees fas ter than men, yet men get better pay when they do finish. Women in the South's institutions increased as a portion of the enrollments and degree earn-ers at a greater pace than did men in recent years. Yet faculties continue to have a heavy majority of men. Reports to the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) indicate that some colleges and universities in the South, whethe r on their own or with a nudge from federal ci vi l right s officials, are taking action to open up opportunities for women in higher education. Thirty-two complaints have been filed-most of them in the past year-by women faculty and staff of Southern institutions, Baylor-A(1uaf!ex: for the man -'Zalcs Cu sto m Charg e Zal e s Revolving Charge t who's booked f up 5995 For a change, keep those \m port ant appoint ments Our Automatic, 17-jewel water resistant'. Aquaflel( gives you the correct date, hour, minute and second. Boldly styled in stainless steel with link band and buckle closing. Z4",::s My, how you've chariged0 Use one o f our convenient cha rge p lans .. As long as case and crystal are intact. DOWNTOWN -604 FRANKLIN ST. WESTSHORE BRITTON PLAZA Airman On Probation In Case l\!a c D i l S e r g e a n t Ven ci e Brooks th i s week was placed on s i x years prob a t i o n for a gutl ty p le a to mans!augh e r in the June 4 s h ooti ng deat h o f a 22-yearo ltl Tampan. l !ill sboro ug h ci r cuit c o u r t J udge Oli ve r :\I a x w ell imposed the pe n a lly o n the 23-year-old airman, o r iginally i ndi cted l o r first degree murder in t h e s la y ing of Clare nce J o nes, Jr., lolJ 31st S t. T he fa t al shooting occurred after the two men argued at lGIO Nuccio Parkwa\ according lo police i nveEtigation. Assistant state attorney Jim Y o n prosec u to r in the case, d e cline d commen t on Maxwell s s e n tence. T ampan, 24, Killed In Accident A 24-year-old Tampa man was killed Thursday afternoon when a c rane boom fell on him at a construction site at 58th Street and 12th Avenue the sheriff' s office reported. Major John Salla said that the victim, R:-bert Lewis Baker, E Lake Ave., received massive head injuries and was dead at the scene. Sallie said the mishap occurred when a cable broke tha t supported the boom. alleging sex dis crimination in emplo yment. However, the effort LO provide redress for practices that are age s old presents problems for females, colleges, and. federal officials alike. According to most recent U.S Office of Education data, women are enrolled in Southern institutions ( 43 pel"cent or 756,000 women) in greater percentages than they are in colleges and universities nationwide, and they earn a greater proportion of bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees than the national average for their sex. However, male dominance prevails-regiqnally and nationallyin the professional school, and women in Southern institutiqns represent only 3 percent of those earning law, medical, dental and other professiorial degrees. Even heightened awareness of ;u: equities in numbers of women earning these, the most lucratiY'6 degrees, the door to the professions has not opened widelywomen are one-tenth of the entering law class at Emory Univers-. ity; 8 .Percent at the University of Virginia, and 17 percent at Duke University. Medical College of Georgia last year admitted 5 percent women in its entering class, and Vanderbilt University admitted 7 percent, while females niake up 21l percent of the entering-class at Meharry Medical College in Nashville. (Black women are better educated proportionate!J than are non-black women.) Although in recent years they have displayed a greater ability to complete work for their degrees (in 1968-1969 they were 41 perce n t of the enrollees and 45 percent of the degree earners), Southern women still rank below men in the types of jobs and pay they earn after graduation. Those in professional and technical f ie lds earn less than two-thirds of what m en earn. And, among women wit h four years of college, a bo ut 13 percent take clerical j o bs, compared with the 6 p ercent of males w ho do so. The key to understanding the relat ive lac k of u t ilization of college education may not lie complete ly in traditional prejudice towards women. A survey this year of more than 100 large employers a sked why women are p ai d less even for the same kinds of posi t ions. After discrimination and prejudice a n d "women are n ot caree r-ori e nted the most f requent explanation from employers was, "W:men choose to accept jobs which pay less. They apply for po we r paying posi t ions The y limit their opportunit ies themselves. --------------------Ex Addicts To Set Up Drug Rehabilitation Programs In. Florida By :'1!.-\RTHA WHITE Sentinel Staff Writer Several inmates led by two exaddict s in the Florida State P rison, ha\-e organized plans to set up drug r e h abilitation programs in some o f Florida' s major cities up o n thei r release from priso n Willie J. B illue and Andrew Jackson, founders of t h e program, s aid t h e first program will be established in S t. Petersburg working m ai nl y wi t h h ard-core addicts. P lan s are al so b ei n g made to start th e s ame program in Jac ksonville Tampa and Ft. Myers Billue and Jackson said in a written statement: "This program is the best that has ever been presented to people in the s tate of Florida, and as exaddicts, we want to help keep the brothers and sisters from-dying in the streets and coming to prison. They expressed their de sire to have people trust then and they will give them their best service and help. These young Florida men continued, "There is a cry all over the nation concerning the problem of Drugs have been called the in-thing by some, the impossible dream by others. Not only are the adults of today turning to drugs, but t he young, some too young." They are not only in g hetto, but in the suburbs too Drugs h a v e p enetrated the schools, etc., and have cost the taxpayers billions of dollars. S1x out of eve r y ten crimes committe d in the nation involve drugs, indirectly or directl y. We rea d articles all the time concerning the problem of drugs, but no one thinks much about it until it hits home. The program, being. set up through the Communit y Acti o n Center, is designed to help the a ddict s who lead isolated lives. The addict i s an outcast by every o n e even when he wants to g() straig h t he has a hard time, be c ause onc e y o u have that tit Itt 'junkie'. it s l ay s w ith you To some, the word 'addic t'. or 'jun kie' means lazy, thi ef. lon g h air, e tc., t o o t h ers i t means 'monev'. The addict need to kn ow someu.un cares but concern is a w ord used a l ot and n o t d e m o n slral <"d eno u g h. We say. the key f o r r e h a bilitati o n o f the a ddict is l n r people t.o show some concern f ot them," continue d Billue and son One of them said experience is the best teacher whe n it come s to r e h a bilit atio n of drug addi cts. They b e lieve they can hel p be cause young people respo nd positively and ent hu siastica lly to ex addicts as dis c ussion leacl t :rs, whom teenagers feel more naturally knowled geable in thei r topic and therefore bound to deliver creditable information. Jackson and Billue haY'6 high hopes of being released soon, ar.d in order for them to reach th eir objective, they need the coope!'a tion of the people in the com munity. "We need the coopera tion of the judges, lawyers, u na tors, and other professionals .. Close relationship with the men tioned professions and others tS necessary in order to bring effec tive ness to the program and to all the peoDle involved. We cnn guarante e that every effort will be put forth to in sure the procedure of our program." A line from the Communit y Act i o n Committee Philosophy reads: Lif e's b attJ.e s don't alwavs go to the strongest or the fastesh man, the man that wins in thi:J b a ttl e is the m a n that thinks ho can. Jackson and Bi!lue thi!:lc that they can win the battle con cerning drug addicts. Caucus Joins Pinellas County. : Blacks In School Struggle The Hillsborough. County Black Caucus sent letters to the JWJta of Militant Organizations, the St. Petersburg C h a p t e r of the NAACP the Committee f9r Biack Education and the Dixie Hollins Black Student Union showing their interest in the struggle th&t is going on in Pinellas County between citizens of the black community and the county school system. The Cau9us wants these groups to know that they "stand in to.tal solidarity with their courageous resistance to the racist tyranny, injustices, and civil-ht.;'rnan rights abuses that they are suffering be cause of 'forced integration', unfair and discriminatory busing, oppressive school ratios, and systematic attacks on Black schools, students, administrators a n d teachers," said a spokesman for the group. Otha Favors said they join these groups in their call for the black community to stand firm and united in its resistance to thls new form of slavery. He asks that all persons who have no faith in their effort s, or no understanding of the seriousness of this entire matter, we offer the following message written by the assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. : A solution of the present crisis will not take place unless men and women work for it. Human progress is neither automati c nor inevitable ... Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionat' concern of ded-icated individuahi. Without persistent effort, .'time it self becomes an ally of the insur gent and primitive forces of irrationa! emotionalism and social destruction. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This IS a _ti.me for vigorous and posit ive action. .. So, we say to you: "Keep the faith! Defend our pride and our people! Fight on!" In line with our common strug. gle, .. the Black Cal)cus ill person ally inviting you to take -part in the first Emergency Bay Area Black Leadership Talk on Educa tion to be held this Saturday afternoon, December 4th, in Tam pa. The purpose of these "talks" is to allow u s to broaden our 11nderstanding of how "forced in tegration" as a social-political educational polic y is affectin!( the welfare of our people through out the Tampa Bay area.: We hope that you will make every effort to see that your organization is represente d since we all st.and to gain so much from this exc h ange. The exact time. and location of this important and historic gathering will he an nounced on Friday, Decembe1 3. If you knew of other persons or organizations that would be iQterested in attending the first of a planned series of in-depths dis cussions, please contact them, then have them contac t the Center For a United Black Com munity, 26261;2 31st Avenue: Tampa, 33605; care of 247-9871. 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rAGE FOUR riL Belltlnel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fd Get Both Editionl / Publiabed everr Taelcla1 eod Frld81 bJ Florida Sentinel-Bulletin Publ.i.ebillg Co, P. 0. Box 8363, Tampa, Florida 33601. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Founder and Publisher C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. Executin Editor .SIMON JOHNSON Vice President-Productii i D MRS. ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Vice Presldent-SocletJ JOHNNY JA'COBS Vice President-Advertising Second class postage p?-id at Tampa, Florlda SUBSCRIPTION RATES $ 6 .50 per year one editioa. $12.50 per year both editionM Important Rulings U. S. District Court Judge Rabe F. Marsh, in Pillts .burgh, end U. S. District Judge Damon J. Keith, in Detroit, have j u a t made some dramatically import a111t rulings. If these rulings are upheld they will c:bang;e s in the quahty of l f c black citizens are able to enjoy, and in time, wiill mean muoh to every American. Judge Marsh issued an injunction ordering six white policemen to haJ.t brutality practices they had been charged employling against blacks. He ordered them to stop t 'hreatenmg, inltimidating and beating" :black residen' ts. Fourteen compla, inanlt.s and twenty witnesses had described whalt the judge cdled ''many in stances of uncalled for and reprehensible police brutality, accompanied by expressions of racism by l'he defendants." The complainants were represooited by a 'ttomeys for the Neighborhood Legal Services. In Detroit, Judge Keith ruled that the oity of Hamtl'amck had rigge1 d urban renewal and state !highway projeot11 in a way' so as to force an exodus of black residents. He ordered a p l a n prepared within ninety days to insure low and moderate inconre housing for persons being forced to evacuate homes for renewal project. and held both 1the city and the Department of Hous,ing a n d ,Urban Developmen t guiHy of radal discrimination. Jud.ge Keith dted ,. forced di ... location that up roo/ted 1 ,200 perISOns, seven,ty per cent of them black, al.though blacks made u p but fif\reen per cent of the city's population at the time. The complaints in Pittsburgh ore typical of the kind lodged all CJver the country by black people. Usually, nothing is ever done after a complete whitewashing of the complaints takes place. In Tampa, i t s getting so a Nigger o month'' is either beaten, harass ed or outright murdered under 1\ ''Law and O r der" theme sancCioned b y the majority .. The uprooting in Hamtramck Is also nothing new. Housing for black familie s most o f ten end up in the path of the bulld.ozers and fielclom is good hou ing guaranteed at rate the uprOOlte

Saturday, Decembe r 4 1971 Fla. Sen ti n el every Tue. and Fd Get Both Edition PAGE FIVE Friendship Baptist 3107 E Lake Ave. Rev. H. L Daniels, P aslo r Mn. Nettie Jae1bs Rept. l Service on Sunday began a t the us u a l h our with the s upL and at their post s M o rni n g servi ce began at 11 wi t h choir and ushers serving. The message was delivered by Mrs ).f. M Fow ler. BTU mee ting was held at S wit h Mrs. Jacobs in charge. Eveni ng servi ce b egan at 6 with the crown i ng of Miss Friends hip of 1971. The Ovida Harri3 was the lucky lady. Our annual Women' s Da y was observed all day. Wednesday night prayer meet I ng will be held. All are asked to remember the sick and sh utins A t 3 o'clock on t he second S un day we will march into our new c hurch. Greater Friendship Emma and 35th Street Rev. l\L Murray, Pastor S S began at 9 :45 with t he !;up t Dea. L Mills in charge of t he lesson The review was given l>y the pastor. Morning worship l>egin at 11. A special program was presented along with regular ;ervice in honor of our musicians, \Ms L. Hunt and Mr. Montgomery, l'he chairmen of this program were Mrs. Nealy, Mrs. Raines, and Dea. Mills. At 3 the church members journto Dade City to Rev. Round tree's 6th annivesary program. l'he Murray G<>spel Singers and t he No. 1 ushers served. We had no B T U Sunday This Sunday, the No. 2 choir will at tend the choir's union. Visitors are always welcome to worship with us Mt. Moriah PB Rev. A. L. Brown, Pastor Vlis1 Sherrie Wiliams, Reporter S S. beg,an at 9:30 with the l upt. Dea. R. B Allen in charge. 1\11 teachers were at their post \1orning worship began at 1i with ; he deacons, women auxiliary and routh dept. in charge of devotion. rhe No. 3 choir and junior ushers ;erved. The sermon was delivered JY Rev. Jeremiah of D'aytona, !'lorida. Evening worship began at 5 :30 11ith the deacons pastor' s aid Joard and mission board in charge Jf devotion. The same choir and 1shers served. The speaker for ; he nigh t was brother, Joe Tyler. Prayer rneeting every Tuesday 1ight and Bible class every Wedlesday night. Usher board and :eachers meet ing Friday night. All fOuth are asked to be present Saturday at 2 :30. P.ra y for the ;ick and shutins Mt. Olive AME r 1";43 LaSalle St. Rev .-\. F IJttle, Pastor )ln. Ola )f. Gonzalez, R ept. Some of he very r e cen t actidt ies were the firs t quarterly c on ference for the year 1971-1972. Presi ding Elder A. D Burton p leased with t he success of th e quarter. On ast Sunda y w o r s h i p servic e was cond ucted by R e v Litt le H i s sermon was a sermo n for t h e occasi o n of Thank sgivin g. H i s theme was "Thank You". In the evening the Tampa M e n Cho r us had a n anniversary program at Mt. Oli ve It was E'!l j o yed by all pre s e n t O thers to serve very recently were Mrs. Mary Ballar d Mr. Clyde 411en. Mr. B e nn y Favors. Lucious Ne lso n, R obe r t Wright, C hoirs No 1 a nd 2, Mr. Fre d D ixon and u shers No. 1. Mrs A. D Burt on was among our very recent vi si tors. Connie McNeal is our n e w member. All are asked to re member t he sick and shutins Peace Baptist 2607 24th Ave. Rev. J. C. Goins Pastor Betty Dawklu, Rept. S S will begin at 9:30 with the supt. in charge. Mornin g worhio services will begin at 11 with the No. 2 C hoir and usher board serving. Sunday afternoon at 2:4S North Tampa Choir Union No. 1 will convene here, with the G<>ins' Chorus serving as host choir. The public is invited BTU will begin at S followed bv evening worship at 8 P.M. The same choir and ushers will serve. Ho1y communion will be administered in both services. Let us continue to pray for our pastor who is home Ill and the rest of our sick and shutlns. Oak Hill Rev. E: Bentley, Pastor Miss Victoria E. Brown, Rept. Sunday school will begin at the usual hour with the supt. Mrs. Bailey, in charge. Morning service will begin a 11 with Deacon Graham and Deacon Carter in charge of de votion. Choir No. 1 and ushers will serve. The sermon will be deli vered by the pastor. Evening service w ill begin at 6:30 with the same deacons choir and ushers serving. The sermon will be delivered b y the pastor. Holy communion will also be ad min istered. All wee kl y activiti e s remain the same. Visi tors are welcome at all times. All are asked to remember the sick and shutins SHUMATE STORAGE GOOD CARS WHOLESALE OPEN EVERY DAY 9-6. SUNDAY 1 6 225 CARS Specializing I Owner '71 Models Older Models Too j FINANCING TRADES TAKEN '66 Chevy Super Sport $699 '71 VW full eqpt .. 1 own $1799 '63 Ford Gal axle $199 '61 VW full eqpt., 1 own. $899 '59 Rabler. wP/U Body $150 '69 Cadillac f/a, stereo $3999 '62 Chevy Impala $150 '6:S Lin colin Continental '59 Cadillac ............ $199 'GS Corvalr $25& '6:S Buick Electra 225 ............. '63 Olds "88" $..."99 '63 Olds luxury sedan .......... '63 Impala 2 dr. h t $399' '64 Chevy, station wagon '60 Olds "98" .......... $399 '66 Chevy CODY. '66 Fo:-d ......... ... $399 '66 LiDcobl: 3922 W. ALVA (Drew 877-4294 877-6638 Bethel Baptist 80S Short Emory St. Rev. J. L. 0Hrstreet, Pastor Rev. J P Saunders -\ssociate :\Irs. Lillie )I. )lcDonald. Rept. S S w ill begin at 9 :30 A M The s u pt. w ill presi de The l esson will be tau ght by the teac hers. Morning worship will begin at 10 :-t5. Devotion will be by Mr. All en S potiord and Mr. Willi e Jacks on. Music w ill be rendered by t he Sanctuary Choir. U her board No. 2 will serve. The ser mon will be delivered by the pastor. E v en i ng worsh i p will begin at 5: 15. The same d eacon s choir and ushers will serve. Th e sermon will again be delivered by the pastor. F ollowing t he sermon the Lord s Supper will be ser ved b y the past or, assist ed by t he associate minister and deacons T hose that have not received th e r ig h t hand of fellowship Into the church are asked to be p resent. If possib l e please call your an n ouncements in to the clerk. Phone 257-2381. For fine singing good preaching, courteous ushers and Christian fellowship you are extended a cordial welcome to worsh i p with us Marshall Baptist Thonotosassa Views Of ProQress Village By IRA LEE ENNIS Ph. 677-1310 Rev. W E White was guest speaker on last Sunday at St. James .-\.:\I.E. Church of Progress \ illage as the men observed their aJmual day. Rev. White who was introduced by Mr. James E. Alsford, M / S gt. USAF retired, spoke on the very timely subject, Man" which was highly enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Love will be selling dinners at her home on Saturday The number to call for your or de r i s or drQP b y 7919 Endive Ave. Mrs. Wilma Haywood, 5406 8 7th St. accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Eula Do y le and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Mills to Taliahassee, Florid a on last SUn.day to a t tend Gregg Temple 4502 42nd St. Rev. C. Nichols, Pastor Mrs. Beulah RusseU, Rept. Sunday school began at the usual hour with the supt., Mrs. Beulah Russell in charge. All teachers were at their posts Morning' service began at 11 with the usual order of service. The sermon was delivered by the pastot. At 3 o'clock Presiding Elder A. funeral services of Mr. aJld Mrs. Mills' atmt, Mrs. Irene 1\Teeks. Mrs. Ha:vwood also visited he r sister and family, Mr. and 1\lrs. Eddie Slater while in Tal !ahs The Pro,crress Vill age Litt l e L e a gue will have board meetin g on Tuesday, December 7, 7 t30 P.\I. a t the village Civic Center. A ll pers:ms desiring to manage. cnac h or assist a little league team ans requested to attend th is meet ing. Junior Girl S co ut Troop 751 w ill depar t o n Friday afternoon for a weekend of camping at c a m p Dorothy Thomas in Riverview, F l-a. Mrs. Marjorie And e r so n Is Troop leader. St. Luke AME Rev. John E. Cary, Pastor "1 Mrs. Delia Plmlenta, Rept. Sunda y s c hool began with the supt., Mrs. Eliza Oliver, in charge. Morning s e rvi c e began at the usual hour with t he choir and ush ers serving. Miss Wanda Singleton brought the morning message. Her subject was "Love'';. Rev. Ben Johnson, Jr., Pastor Mrs. Maggie Hall, Rept. S. S. began at 9 :4 5 with the supt., Deacon Walker Hall in charge. The teachers took of the classes. D. Burton held his first quarterly conference. He also delivered the _sermon. At 4 the Senior Missionary S()4 ciety held their meeting. Mrs. M B. Hoffman presided. Evening service began at 6 with the same order of seJ:"Vice. Rev. Cary delivered the sermon. His subject was. "Trust in the Lord'' Choir No. 4 and ushers sened. Morning service began at 11 with the deacons in charge of de votion Choir No. 2 and ushers serving. The sermon was delivered by the pastor. One person was added to the church. Evening service began at 6:30 with the same order of service. The new members were fellow shiped at this service. Services for Sunday will be as usual. Holy communion wil1 be administered on Sunday at the evening service. All are asked to remember the sick and shutins. Visitors are welcome New Progress MB 3301 E Shadowlawn Rev. E. J. Williams, Pastor Robert Coleman, Rept. Sunda y school began at 9 :30 A.M. wi t h the asst. supt., Robert Blue, in charge. Morning worship began at 11 with the No. 1 choir and No 1 usher board serving_. The pastor delivered / the message. Evening service began at 6:30 with the same cho i r and ushers serving. Choir No. 1 will not have rehearsal until Dec. 28, 1971. Wednesday night No. 2 choir re' hearal Thursday night praye r meeting, Saturday 3 :30 Jr. chtlir rehearsal. Remember to visit and pra} for the sick and shutins. First Union MB 3107 E-Chelsea Rev. Joseph H. Thompson, Pastor Sunday school began at the usual hour with the acting supt. in charge. All teachers were at their posts. The lesson was re view ed by Deacon Wilson. Morning service began at 11 with Deacon Griffin in charge of devotion. The special chorus and ushers served. The sermon was delivered by the' pastor. Evening service began a 6 with the Deacon Griffin again in charge of devotion The sermon was again delivered by the pastor. Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7. All are asked to be present. Visitortl are welcome at all times. BAll'S nSR MARKET Fresh Fish, Live Crabs And Groceries 4106 I. 22nd SL Phone 231-9421 We were happy to have Mrs. Cora Pinkett present with us on Sunday. MMedonia Baptist 3410 E. Wilder Ave. Rev. E. Gorden Pastor Deacon Geo. Owens, Rept. Sunday school will begin at 9 :45. Morning service will begin at 11 with choir No. 1 and ushers will serve all day. The pastor will deliver the sermon. BTU meeting will begin at II with the president, Deacon D. Brown in charge. Evening service will begin at fl. Holy communion will be administered. New Salem Choir No. 1 Mrs. Carrie Grant, Pres. Mrs. Icelee Patterson, Rept. New Salem Choir No. 1 Sick Committee will meet Sunday at 3 :30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Givens, 2109 27th St. The chairman is asking all members be present and on time. Deacon Horace is chairman. The first quarterly conference will be held Monday night and all boards and auxiliaries are asked to make their reports. Ushers Union No. 3 will be held Sunday at 3. Choir No. 1 and ushers will serve all day Sunday. Evangelist Prayer Band Mrs. L. Owens, President The Evangelist Prayer Band' of which Mrs. M B Spivey is-direc tor will meet Sunday at 5 at the home of Mrs ... L. Obenory 1608 G<>vernor Street. The public is welcome : I Mt Moriah Choir No. 1 Mr. Clemon Davis President The No. 1 choir of Gr. Moriah P, B. Chttrch of which Rev. A. L, Brown is a pastor will have re hearsal Sa turday night at 7 :30 to prepare to Sing morning. The president is asking all mem bers to please be presen t and on time. F. H. A. 235 11 LET UNCLE HELP.YOU! BEAUTIFUL 3-4 BEDROOM HEW HOMES $108 BOWl, $100 CLOSING COST Approximate $78-.00 a numlh. Fully carpetetL central heal and air, also enc:losed garage. Many, many extras. Locali011: "DAI YILLAGE" lake Higlaway 688 lo 1191h Slreet, 2 blocks north by Rirlge Cmt School. PRACTICAL HOME BUILDERS, FOB FUBTH INFORMATION CALL (813) 584-1520, LARCO,


PAGE 51.. F l a. Sentinel Bulletin-Pu b lish e d every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Edi tion s ATTEND DANCE AT FORT HESERL Y ARMORY A tt e nd i n g a d a n ce Friday ev e nin g at F ort H es terl y Armory we r e, fr o m l e ft, Caroly n Mo n r o e, T homas and M r and M r s Na thani e l D av i s. Th e affair was give n by A lpha Pbl A lpha Fraternit y, TAMPA CLASSIC OUT -OF-T OWNERS Out-of-town vliltors were numerous l nthe Bay ThaDksgfvlag and a highlight of their visit was t)i.e Tampa Classlc Saturday, These ladies are, from left, Ruth Houston Cage, Estella Cross and Trudy L. Miller from Arkansas TO BE MARRIED :NOTES FROM TAMPA CLUBS C orduroy Levi's Roy Rogers combines turf brown and chamois ribbles and makes the point here that the use of striking contrast colors emphasizes the bell In the pant and the sewing detail In the jacket. Photographed at the Corduroy Council of America s recent fashion presentation of new men s wear Ideas. Notes From Tampa Lodges WEST HYDE PARK LORGE NO. 327 F & Ai\1 is meeting Monday night at 8 P. M at the Odd Fellows Hall, Scott and Central. Members of LILY WHITE LODGE NO. 10 will meet Friday night at 7:30 at the 29th Street Temple .. THE JUNIOR LODGE is mee t ing at 4 p'clock Saturday afternoon at 2631 31st Avenue for majorettl} practice. COMING EVENTS from Aorida Advertisers Buy Sentinel WIGS ,., CLOTHING I ... ... LOCATE D : J 859 ZACK STREET "EASIEST CREDIT TERMS IN TOWN" I Phone 229-9893 HUB CREDIT CLOTHIERS' INC. 915 FRANKLIN ST. TAMPA


Saturday, December 4 1971 Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri. GE'!t Both Edition PAGE SEVEN LINCOLN GARDENS RESIDENTS AT DANCE Popular Lincoln Gardens residents l\lr. and Mrs Clifford Bak e r were a mong popular couples at th e Alpha dance, one of the high lights of the Thanksgiving weekend. -------------fdiRR.OWoF MRS. PICKETT ENTERTAINS ON THANKSGIVING Th ere was a full house for Thanksgiving dinner at the residence Of Mrs. Willie Bell Pickebt, 4020 LaSalle Street. The special guest was h e r daughter; Mrs. Jessica Swayze of Cleveland, Ohio. O t h ers on t he receiving end of Mrs. Pickett' s hospitality were Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Smith of Daytona, Mrs. Earl Lane and chil dren Cheryl Ann, Tar! Jr. and Gilbert., Mrs. Eva Patterson children Horace and Harriet, Mrs. Corrine Bozeman i\Irs. Mawl Daniels,' Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Brown, B. S. Proctor, E. J. Daniels, Mrs. Ami Mitchel, Mrs. Elois Smith and daughter, Linda, Mr. and !Mrs. Clarence Coefield and daughter, Barbara, Sam McKinely, Mrs. Mercedes Th r eats, l\Ir. and Mrs. J. W. Lofton and family, and Mr. a net: Mrs. W. T. Shirley. IN MIAMI Mrs. Johnnie Garner of 4938 84th Street, was in Miami for the extravaganza at Florida Memorial College Her s :n, Michael, a Sophomore, has pledged Kappa Alpha Pst. .. While in the Magic City, Mrs. Garner v1s1ted her nephew, Dr. ,and Mrs. F. Archie and a sister fro m New York City, Mrs. Erie Bacon. OFF TO BRITISH HONDURAS Misses Maggie and Mamie Brown left by plane Wednesday for Miami and from there on bo Briti s h Honduras for a Missionary Asignme-nt for the Jeho vah Witness Church They will join a group already there The young ladies are daughters of Mrs. Viola Brown and the late Mr. Dave Brown of Seffner. HERE FROM T Wilson Bonner of Way cross, Ga. visited Tampa last week end for t he Florida A&M-University of Tampa football game. The prominent insurance executive has the distinc t ion of being the f irst bl-ack to be elected to the Waycross Board of Public Instruction since Rec : nstruct!on. Mr. Bonner is well kn o wn in Florida. His wife is the former Blanche Caldwell, a native of Quincy and a teacher in the Wayc ross publi c schoo l s ystem. She is a sister of Mrs George W. Carr Jr., 3601 E Bu f falo Avenue, Tampa. BARTOW RESIDENTS ENTERTAIN The l ovely new h 8me o f Mr. and !\Irs. Otis Morgan of Barbow was a n e lo qu en t se tt ing for the Thank sgiv ing din ner e njo yed by r e l atives an d friends. Guests were 1\lrs. Eddie Smith, W. 0. Mor gan, Mrs Beatrice Jones Mr. a nd Mrs. O s born Morgan, Mr. and l\Irs. Rob ert l\'Iorgan, Orin Morgan Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith, Aaron Smith Shann Erick Smith, K e ith Bronson, Mrs. Lillian Williams, Thom a s Morgan, II, M rs. Jeraldine Chappell and Miss Gloshie Brewster, all of Tampa; :\liss Patricia Ann .lacl

PACE ElGin f la. Seatlnel Bu lletin-Pu bl ished Tues. and Fri. Cet B oth dition1 Sa.turday, December 4 1971 MIRRORS OF SOCIETY By BEVERLY -!(tCoutinae d lrom p ar-e 7) Art Bazaar Sulila y afttemoon fr.(')m 2 wrtil 6 p m dn the sebool weberla. 'Ilhere wil!l be an :assortm.e:ni if door and y.ard tions, cember pieces :and :_wreaths. MRS. 'WIN'S PRIZE Mrs. 1\lamie 27.00 E Emma Stt'eet, w.a:s tM wilmer tmm:giner of Holsey '11eiDJP1e O!;nu1Ch. lid. goests were .Juanit-a Long.lt;reet, "R>e.giJia F1rancis aJiil I.UaSl ..ftliiiiii,Y .J en-y and Rome Mer:rit.t., Mamie 1011. A.cfie tJOlelmm .Bot;a II.Jee lle1em s. Willi e Bidkard8oD., mrd BMI014 Newson, W'dfi e .and ()!em Obart1e& lniiq, W'll1Ii1i B11onsron .ami BesSie .an d lOOse fr.0 m Orl ,amilo. DOME f10R f;IOLID : AY AC'l'IVU:'IES Jlk. aD4. Mr.s. Willie tlroblnliD n .Sr. of 85 1 Zack St!tet, surpni.sed ito :answe r the door last "fuescil a>y see !ihek l-an s were comple ted I o r t he Christmas party -an d :the exchaTIIge o f Secret Pal gi H s A:'t.t e nd in g we11e the :presiclent Mrs. Dorolby Jones, Mrs. iJessie D William s, Eddie Felder, Mrs. ; Johnnie King, the Gen t s Soci a l Cll!lb Mrs .Susie 'CmlnoiJ, 1\'ftr.t;. D e lla Bll'der, M rs. 9ssi e Stroud, Mrs. iEs s i e Williams Mrs A qma Morr. is, MTs. Donnie M ills, M r s Carene Baker, Mn. Bake r Mrs. Mattie Williams of Austin, T e x as, Mrs W jlli e Bald.win Editlh C ollins Earl Smith Mrs. Thlema Orea l nnd Mrs. Bea'tlrioe Brown. Choir Union, Ne. J Mr. Charles Williams. Pl'l:s. Mrs. Iota McCloud, Rept. City Wide Choir Union No. 1 will meet on Sunday afternoon at S .for business meeting. The meeting will be held .at Allen Temp1e AME Church. Important business -WI be discussed. BUCHMAN'S DEPARTMENT STOR 1911 7th Aveaae AR8UifaiiG Y OPEIIIG HOURS STARTING FRIDAY, OPEN 9 A. M. DEC. lOth 9 P. M. SATUIDAY, DIXEMBER II 9 a.m. 9 p.m. SUHDAY, DECEMBER 12 10 a.m. 6 pm. STARTING DECEMBER 13 9 a.m. 9 p.m. EVERY MfGII'I' TILL CHRJSTMAS See onr complete selection of Toys and Holiday 1 Layaway now Will hold until Dec. 24th. TRY US A FAMILY STORE YOU'LL LIKE US New Hope MB 21005 E. Rev Je'hn WiW!s, Patder The chur.ch business nwetin g 18 tomrgiht a t 8 All members .am-e ask-ed 1io be p r .esen1 The .men chorus will haV{! rebeersal Satur.de y at 7. .S. S will begin a t 9 : ll6 The revje w wH 'be b y the pastor Moc.ning wer.Shi;p at 11. wu 1ed by 1ibe deaoons and the No. 1 choir and will .serve. The sermon w i U be led by the past

Saturday, December 4 1971 Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri. -Get Both Editions GUESTS AT ALPHA DANCE Dr. Caleb Wright, prominent Tampa dentist, an Atlanta attorney. They were guests at the Is flanked by a oouse guest, Shirley Williams of Alpha dance. Atlanta, left, and his daughter Kaydell Wright, POPULAR :rAMP ANS AT RECENT AFFAIR Mrs. Helen M. Williams, left, and Mrs. Ozepher are popular club ladies who participate In Ire-Harris attended the Alpha Phi Alpha Ball. They quent style shows. APPRECIATION DINNER DRAWS LARGE GATHERING The Appreciation Dinner for Rep. Terrell They Included, from left Robert Galnes1 : .Inez 8essums drew a large gathering of local citizens. Joseph and Denley Joseph. GUESTS AT ALPHA BALL Captain and i\lrs Andre Johnson were guests at the Alpha's Autumn Soiree Friday evening. Captain Johnson Is tome on leave for a recent Vietnam tour and Is awaiting orders for his next as signment. SISTERS AT ALPHA BALL Popular sisters, Carmen Grlnan and Sylvia Chapman, were guests at the Alpha Ball Friday evening. The aff

PAGE TEN Fla. leatlnel Bulledn-PuLlished every Tuea. and Frl Cet Both Editions Saturday, Decem beT 4, 1971 leto Senior High School By Annetle Filer and Kim Walden Well Soul's we're back with eome of the happenings around tbe Falcons nest. .STUDENT OF THE WEEK Jive, crazy, neat, cute, friendiy 11re jus t a few of the many adjectives that can describe our of the week. He is noo.e other than Miohae l Anderson He iE a member of 301 homer.oom While rapping with Michael he listed some of his favorites as food-anything edible; recordHave You Seen Her; his belleTWT. You will find Michael laying and playing around the campus wi t h his tights-Johnny, Lem Ray, Klm, Be verly, Annette Bently, and many more. He reEi.des wi. fb his parents, Mr. and :Mrs Anderson. Congratulat ions Micheal. INFO It was a lot of you guys and gals at the game and the dancP balling back. Dolly Grayson yo u seemed to b e having a fine tim e. Darlene and Sandra, y ou two 11,als seemed to be having a fine time wit;h your main men. Alfred P yles, you rea.Jly showed the Chie f who was the boss on the .fiel d the other night. Mitcheil Felder, your friend wants you to know that y ou have a problem and you need to so lv e it in a hurry. Johnny Ha yes, Micheal Wrights. Thomas L ivingston, Earl King. Alvin Liv ingston and Ronnie Le GTee, why so hard at th e game (you fellows were dead -on it). Micheal Wright, we are waiti ng on your watch and coat. CONGRATULATIONS We w ould Like tG congratulate Anita P ierce for coming in fourth place in the homecoming q tl her favorite jammers, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles She ia sometimes found occupy Ing her time with her main tights, Pam Jackson, Jackie Hayes, Theresa Austin Malasta Bass. Pam Alexander, Cindy Saladino, and Debbie Harris. Congratula tion.l Barbara for being choeen Junior in the Spotlight FIRST N01'ICE If any one has any thing you would like to have printed on this United Press, see me any time during school, or on the blocks, and give me the run oown. RUMAN BELA 'FIONS RECEIVES ADDITIONAL SPONSOR Beautiful, intellectual, and hu morous, does it in a nut shell, when it comes to describing our black sponsor for human relatwns, Marva, who works clQ.sety with Human Relations Director Clark Thompson, on meeting the needs of all $dents in an effort to bring the human races together. DRAGONS TOP I 1. Have You Seen Her. 2. I've Got To Be There 3 Scoboa 4 It' s Instrumental to Be !5. Thin Line Between Love and Hate TODAY'S THOUGHT Every body lovea a winner, but when he loses, he loses alone later Donna. Hillsborough High School By Queen Williams and Anita Davis .ENIOIR IN THE SPOTLIGHT Chosen as senior in the spotlight .. niee, aweet and crazy Shirley Duberry. Shirley ia the proud c!allghter of Mrs Lenora Duberry, .Jle resides at 3302-34th Street. Shi-rley may be seen with her tipt friends Billie, Joan Lena, flylvia Vlanaua, Anita, Carolyn and many more around the rier den Shirley ia also a member elf the vanity cheerleaden. When abe Ia not jiving around with her friends you can find her rapinr to ber main beau Wayne Shirley plans to futher her educa tion at a junior eollere. ConrratuJa lion Shirley for beiDa chosen senior in the spotlight CAN YOU IMAGINE! Billie Cross not eating. Sylvia Woods not wearing her afro. Vanassa Collins getting fatter Darlene Ramsey getting skinner. Bredna Pride being quite In homeroom. Darlene Daniels no t being happy. THOUGHT FOR TODAY Love ia abowinl him that you care. From Florida Advertisers Buy Seatinel BlAKE AID FRONT DID MECHAIIC Good working conditiou. ExceUelll nlary and bonus program. AU fringe heaefils. Mut lie ex perienced. Apply ill penoa. FIRESTONE STORE 2401 E. Hillsborcmgb Eulgali N. B. Young School By CLARISSA SPENCER Our first s t uden t of the week is Judy Be lin. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Belin. She resides at J.Bll Cbipco S.treet. Judy i s a member of Ht.m.an Relations which is better known as Rap, R e la ti ons around peop les. Her Tights Are Diane Anderson Viola Burns, Shirlene Young Clarissa S pencer, Charlie Jones, Thomas Mark Durden Nathani a Mobley and many more, her hest friend is O ci e Walker. Judy likes soul food such as chick e n yellow rice 2Drl cornbread. Her best 5 hits are Clean up W onian, Shaft, Inner City Blues, Love is funny that w a y and Show me ho .w. Congra t ulations Judy f.oc being selected for s tu.ient of the w eek. Tribunal Resets Meeting for Dec. 6 The People's Tribunal, scheduled for November 23, was postponed until December 6, by Mrs. Lil Manuel, chairwoman of the Committee for Black Education. The Com:tnittee for Black Education decided to reconvene the People s Tribunal at its November 15th meeting held at Camp bell Park Center. It was decided to reconvene the People's Tribunal after the Com mittee fur Black Education beard reports from itS legal committee' concerning the case of Daisy Scott, an lB-year-oid Dixie Hollms srudent who was charged with aggravated assault following the outbreak 'lf violence at the bigb 5ehool during mid October. At its November 22Dd meeting the Committee for Black Educa tion decided to hold the People's Tribunal on December 6th. The decisioo for the postponement was made to allow tile Committee more time to infurm .the Bladr community. Among the 13 defendants to be tried by the People's are Nick Mangin, SUPerintendeui of schools; Kenneth Watson, Dixie Hollins principal, and Jim Townsend, Pinellas County deputy 3heriff. The December 6th trial will mark the second time the People's Tribunal has been convened. It was convened the first time on February 10, 1971 to try city officials and employes after the mysterious shooting death of Palmer Sanders, a 21-year-o:d Black man. The first PeOple's Tribunal was attended by approximately 2 ,000 Black and the defendants were se 1teneed t a "living death" oy th! 5-pers6n board of judges. Poll Of Sentinel Bulletin WEEK'S TOP 10 RECORDS 1. Theme From Shaft -Isaac Hayes 2. Inner City Blues Marvin Gaye S. Have You Seen Her Cbi Lite4 4. Yourself Staple Singers !5. Where did Our Love Go -Donny Albert II. Rock Steady-Aretha Franklin 7. She's All I've Got -Freddie North 8. It's Impossible New Birli Trapped By Love Denil'! LaSalle 10. Grooving Out On Life Frederick The II 11. You've Got To Crawl -8th Day 12. Spill 'nle Wine-Isley Bros lJ. A Thin Line Between Love and 14. Walk Right Up To The Sun -Delphon!cs 1S. Tired of Being Alone -Al Greene Scorpio Den nis Coffey n. You Brought The JO'I -Horace Mann Jr. High By Michaela Chambers ad Marcia Byron Well souls here we are again 110eking it to you fr.om tbe Raiders den. SI'UDENT IN SPOTLIGHT Soul in 1he Spotlight is none other than Daryll James, other 11.-ise known as "Dee", proud son of Mr ,and Mrs. Andrew Ja.tll, who .reside at 4814 rtth Street. Rapping on Dee listed his favorite food-anything within reach; .color-black; jam -Theme of Shaft; jammers -Jackson 5; woman-S.O.S.; marital statussingle; tigbts--Kennetll B., Wanda S Aaron S Eldred H., Marcia B Darlene E ., Reginia B., Clarence S., Xarry N., Richard W., Cynthia T., and last but not least G B. Everyone riding bus Wl Holsey Temple CME 3729 15t h St. Rev. W. E. l&ekeU, Past()r Rev. BAKa L. 8cya11t, Rept. Sunday .school wU begin at 9 :30 with the supt. and teachers in charge of the Sunday church school. Morning service will begin at 11 with choir No 1 and ushers servIng The sermon will be delivered by the pastor. Mrs. Rosa L. Bryant will assist the pastor. Holy communiOn will be administered. Mrs. Christme S. Saunders will be in charge of music. Evening service will begin at 8 with the same order of service. The pastor will again deliver the sermon. Each Tuesday night at 7 prayer meeting and at 7:30 B i ble study and class meeting. All other ac tivities remain the same. V'lSitors are welcome at ali times. New Salem M. B. 4415 No. Oregoa Bev. H storr, Pastor Mrs. M. H. ColeiDJlll, BA!pt. Sunday school began at the usual hour with the supt. and teachers at their posts. The lesson was reviewed by the pastor. Morning service began at 11 with D e a c o n s Robinson and Broomfield iJ1 charge of devotion Choir No. 2, junior choir and junJor mshers served. The .sermon was delivered by the pastor. He chose for his theme,-"The Mis sionary of This House". BTU meeting was held at the usual hour with the director, Mrs. R. Bethea In charge. Evening service began at the usual hour with the deacons. choirs and ushers serving. Rev. G. Brown delivered the sermon. Freda Payne 18. Bless You -Martha Reeves and Vandellas 19. You Think You're Hot Stuff -Jean Knight 20. Make It Funky -James Brown 21. You Are Everything-Stylis tics 22. A Natural Man-Lou Rawis 23, Ttre Love We Had Dells 24. If You Really Love Me Stevie Wonder. 25. Child of God-Millie Jackson gueBS who G. B. is. Congratula tions Dee for being chosen Soul in Spotlil(bt. RAIDERS TOP 141 1, Have You Seen Her 2 Got To Be There 3 Scorpio 4. The Love We Had 3 Thin Lin Between Love and Hate 6 Intrumental-T.o Be Free 7 Show Me .How 8 Inner City Blues 9 Impossible 10. I Like To Do It Tbougbt-Beooming is wperior to being. Well souls until then be waitiog at the gate. So kmg. See ya! Pleasant Chapel AME Re-v. A. W. L ybrand, Pa11tor The first quarterly conference for the conference year was held Friday night wit h Presiding E lder Burt on. All b oards made the1r reports. S. S. began at 9:45 with Miss Cynthia Felton acting as supt The lesson was revi ewed by Presi ding Elder Burton. Morning servic e began at 11 o 'cloc k with Choir N<>. 3 in charge De v o t ional services were c onducted by the assistant pastor, Rev. W. D Srupp. The sermon was delivered b y Presiding Elde r Burton. Remarks by t he pastor, Rev. A. W. L ybrand. Evening service began at II o'clock wit h Choir No. 2 in charge. Devotional services were co nducted by Rev. W D. S hi pp, The message was deli vered by Presiding Elder Burt on Remarks by Rev A W. Lybrand. The pastor and members of Pleasant Chapel wishes to extend sympathy to Mr. James Deloach and famil y in the passing of h i s wife, Mrs. Mimiie Deloach wh o was a beloved member of Pleas ant C hapel. The funeral will be Saturday at Pleasant C hapel AME Church BIG OAK CAFE Specializing iD Home Cooked Meals. 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Saturday, December 4 1971 Jl'la. Sentinel Bulledn-Published every Tuea. and Frl C&t Both Edlt.loM $268 50 a month is just about double our old starting salary. But only the beginning 4 TraiDID&and, ed11catlon. Today's Armyj is the world's largest \ school, offering trairung J ; in hundreds of skills.. Mechanical, medical, you name also get your high school certificate in the .. Army.' Or work towards a degree, often af : colleges and universities near your Army pos L Free mediealand; l dfm.tal can. No more ');-. -. doc t ors' bills. No dental No charge for eye care or; glasses And no .tion premiums to pay., / Free meals. Army ;., \ food is good food ; nutritious, varied. And get as m1:1ch as Y?U wanh J Free honsiiJI. 1 quarters are comfortableJ I and getting better all \ time. And if you're and hve off post, we pay vou a housina allowance to 11 l help take care of your rent. 38daJBnatioa. four weeks with pay your first year, and every year after that. And if you're stationed overseas., in Elirope or Hawaii, you can \ take your Ieav_e there too Beth J01U11. You ge lifetime retirement after 20 years, while you're stilL young enough to eJiljoy it .In civilian life, you would j have to pay about $180 a month, or invest almost to match an Army retirement. ---"" These are some of the benefits today's Army has to .. offer. Earned by the '6 !naividual our country ; heeds Professional. 1 \ committed. If you'd like td1 serve yourself as you serve' Your countrv I J t -.....,.....,. W*PCS to JoiD JUIL 'For the location of your nearest Army Repre sentative, call free, 800. f (in COrihecncue,. r ":" 1


. ... .' TABLE TALK By:Thrifty Maid IDEA EXCHANGE w&eks ago, """ asked our readers to submi t rec ipes or budget stretching ideas thot they would like lo share w i lh olhers. The response was great and we received many enlries. Todays recipe was submitte d by: MRS. AGATHA ALLEN, TREASURE I S LAND, FLORIDA HOLIDAY SALAD 2 cups cro nberrMts 1 cup d iced celery 1 O<> \ !Y, cups sugor 1 pkg lem o n gelatin whipped cream WoV. cronberri. orange, and appl e well and put lhrough a meot grinder or Add sugor, and nuts. Di,.o..._ Q'llolin in boiling water and chill until partially set. Add to fru-it mix'--ond pourinto lc>rge pan o r gelatin mold. (Bru sh mold lighlly with blond cookingoil lor easy rc:novol). Chill thoroughly and serve with moyoAnaie ond whipped creom. HOliDAY HINT : When1gothering your cooking su pplies for the holidays, chee thei r pungency i n heat and hu""idity. Replace needed spices wol h A s lor the brond !hat odds just the right lt 1-LB. CAN L I:LB. CAN ... SAVE 16c! ARROW PINK, WHITE, YELLOW SAVE! DEEP SOUTH -. .. :lt ............ ..... .. ........... .. .... ....... BUY ONE, GO FOR 1 CENT SAVE! 16 PIECES WITH F.F. GOLD KIST FRIED Buy One ot Reg Price 1 c CHICKEN .$1.99-Get One For SAVE! 3-PAK PKG. TREASURE ISLE SHRIMP B ,.,_ t R ....,__ uy ,,. .. e 0 eg. n ..... lc COCKTAIL 99c-Get one For : : SAVEl COlUMBIA SPANISH : : BEAN :-o; Buy One at Reg. Price 1 c SOUP 99c-Get One For SAVE! LAMB!IEOiT HAMBURGER auy One at Reg.Price c PIZZA. 99c-Get One For 1 SAVEl 18-0L PKG. McKENZIE CUT GREEN Buy o-at Reg. Price 1( :lt: PEAS 59c-Get One For :lt'l SAVEl TASTE 0' SEA SHRIMP PAm a-,.,__ at. R Pri ,. -rUT-ag. C!llC ), DINNERS 49c-Get one For ; SAVEl 1';4 LB. PKG. SHOESTRING FRENCH FRY av 0 at R p y ne eg. ncelc POTATOES 39c-Get o-For SAVEl BORDEN'S :! HEATH :! 'Ivy OM at Reg. l'licelc = : BARS 65c-Get 0oe For : : SAVEl 8-0Z. PKG. TROPHY CASHEW : Buy One at Reg. Prn:a)c : : NUTS 99c-Get One For :; .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .. Except Fr;ed hick.M & Sliced Banquet .:..,'1 Bathroom Tissue .. 4 2.;::' $J Salad Dressing. :'"".". sAveJ liMIT 4 ATTHIS PRICE WITH OTHER SAVE 10c:l DIXIE DARLING WHEAT GERM PURCHASES-ASTOR SLICED OR CRUSHED L f d 20-0r.29( Pineapple 41s11o-0z. $1 oa rea ....... LOif Cans SAVE llc PKG.I DIXiE DARLING BROWN & SERVE SAVE 10c! LIMIT 1 W,ITH OTHER PURCHASES-TWIN OR FLAKY DEEP souTH o 1 11 2 P'q. 59c Peanut Butter .... 79c 1nner o s. .,1z SAVE 10c:-LIMIT 1 AT THIS PRICE WITH OTHER SAVE! ASTOR All PURPOSE _, PURCHASES-DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY. Cookng o.l 1 .:oz. 99c Preserves_ ...... BtL SAVE UP TO 20c! LIMIT 2 AT THIS PRICE SAVEl THRifTY MAID SLICED OR CRUSHED WITH OTHER PURCH;'\SES -CRACKIN' plneapple 4 zo.Ozllo $1 REGULAR OR DIP 9-0z. Potato Ch.lps Twin 49c SAVEl THRLFTY MAID BARTLETT .. 1f.Ot. -pk 4 $tl SAVE 35c! ARROW a ;75-Pears. Me. 383 Paper Towels ..... 4 sheet $1 cSAVE! CRACKIN' GOOD Rolls SAVE! THRIFTY MAIO FRENCH STYLE CUT S II 1-l.b. 29c G B -a 1nes ..... pq. reen eans c-SAVE! sAvEr CRACKJN' GOOD SA VEl ASTOR Fig Bars ..... : .: Small Peas.. : 4 SAVE! GERBER OR BEECHNUT STRAINED SA VEt THRIFTY MAID WHOLE Baby Food ..... 4j:-JO' Purple Plums .. 3 :f.it $J c-SAVE! SUPERBRAND HOMOGENIZED SA VEl THRIFTY MAID WHOLf UNPEELED Milk ............ Apricots ....... 3 c-Mayonnaise 59c Deep c SAVEl MAJD R.S.P. : ; li-Or. $ sollllt 49 Cherrtes ... 3 383 1 Qt. c.. r :Large Size Lrw S;;;,r Creek Suppers : .slllok.a H Chicken .... ';": __,._ ., > ('1:1 rrJ "" -!II = -s -r --19 !f ., r:: Cl" = Ill t:r' t II < It r:: !'" s Hlllll "" tL I C') 19 .... ta 0 -::r' rll c. --r .. 1!1 .... r:: II 0 (') ... !'a ... tD -.1 ...


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PAGE FOUR't"EEN AROUND .THE TOWN By HAYWARD BRADY -Among our most distinguished visitors in town. dux1ng the past Tampa Classic weekend was the man who made Florida and-the history-by becoming the first Black Mayor, Neal of Gainesville, Fla., who along with Mi:"&-. Butler,, the honored guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmon (Lillie Uae) Walker, 2520 St. Conrad at a party, wnpe also being in town for the Omega Fraternity's meeting and the game. There was a football game l a s t weekend .wasn: t f here? ANYWAY, LIKE SANTA, "THE PltOLIFICS" ARE COM1NG TO TOWN Fact is, "The Prolifics are here already fu the i r hometown of Miami. following recent engagement in FI:eeport,. Gcand Bahamas, to do a tooigbt, Saturday and Sunday, nigbf engagement at. the 'ibomas "Or>e Stop Inn, Soulvilie" in Thonotosassa. Believe among the group s top sounds is "Love. 'Ibe. One Yon're Wilb". Know they're led by Bernard Woods Check 'em out. LOOK FOR ABC-TV to have to 'pat the soon on announcer Howard Cosell about his lcteas .... A. HERE TO EXTEND SYMPATHY TO THE' FAMILY' OF 'mE' LATE MJl: m:.itBE'RT GREEN for whom final rites will be held tomorrow (Sat.) at the Mt. Calvary SDA Church. The deceased is tile hU$band of Mrs. Rebecca Green of Washington, D C., and father of Mrs. Opal Heni'y and Mr. Roscoe Green, Tampa, and Mr. Bubba Green, of D. C Please see funeral notices AS THE SAYING GOES, if you haven't, attended your Church. Mosque or Temple any of the first Sundays of '71, this is the last. chanci! you'll get to. "BRIAN'S SONG,., the story of Brian. i'iccolo and G!de Sayers friendship BDd w&Ue with the Bean waS as predicted, a very warm arid emotional pictuye-story. Adding t9 this lt was true. the film made me' fee l lilre those litUe socalled prqblems I let; b,ug me somefuries are really Been to tell myse.If tbat bout ''em for AND WHILE Jlfi;NTI ONING BOUTS, bow abO!lt'::Q!qse :Press kats from the other side of Tobacco Road .. like wben mad :Ali made his: comeback after years against the number one man, Jerry Quarry, that was : alright When Buster Mathis did the very same thing afteran even shorter lay.:off, that was uan wrong Bet the wrong they Ali got three hundred thousand dollars ($300, 000). Ali is the fight game's big gPst ever drawing card. BRIEFS U. Raymond Hicks, U.S. Army helicopter pilot, is bome on few days leave from Va., with his next assignment possiblY being 'Nam And there l was thinking "RMN" was brlngiag all the guys 'n G .I.'s back WIIJ. Anyway Ray's" the hubby of the fOI'mer Johnnye Mae Wilder Noticed dynamic coed. Miss Mae ShirleY James ai Walnut St., h n s added another thing to her '71 bag. After becoming the first b1ack grad of Sawyer Business Collete a few months ago, en rolling in Hillsborough Commun College a few weeks ago. Shirley's made the pep squad ... Mrs. Mathena Johnsoo, a neigbbm oat Lincoln Gardfo.us way. mentiooed how and thoughtful so many o! !\er friends and neighbors were during her hours of bereav-ement in tbe passing ol her husband, the late Mr. Henry Johnson. Fla. Sentinel lfulletia-Publisbed every Tues. and Frt -Get Both Saturday, December 4 1971 Word passed this way has it sOuthern Univ. bead coach Al Tabor may De thinking bout giv-ing up: the-present gig and returning to hls former duties wiffi the New Or!eans. Saints of tbe NFL, following a rather ( dis.astrollS season whlch was. figured to be his best from the Alnmnl, students and school officials, be fare-the 1 season started. Wonder if C oach Tabor moves on where thls. would leave Tampa Coach Ronald Brown, who quoit Orange Blossom Classic bound Kentucky State College for greener looiing SU? .. M onster. Man" Myron Jackson and super linebacker Robert Saunders, Jr., lead their' Tampa Catholic High line of defemse charges against Gharlotte lli in quest cf the .AAA .title at Ctiamberlam tonight Dappe r Coach Ben Moore is putting together his _first, I be lieve, vatsfty, basketball team over on the Pierce High eampus and .among r the youngsters trying tO, make CCi'lacl1 Moore's squad is a kat named Mark Anthony whom t:1e ex-BTW Jr. Higb sUcessful ooack ealls .. Shody". .. THE LIL:Y WHITE-FLA. TINEL CKEDIT UNION TO MEET WED., DEC. 8TH. Mrs. Retba Williams and Mrs. Setma Smith, credit union officers asked thak a.ll membel!'ll make plans h1r attending this important. meetinet which will probabfy be the last line of and a complete financial report will be given ; Also final plans for Xmas holiday activities wi:ll be made along with proptJSed ''new loan plans". The prexy remin9s all the meetin g leaves only seventeen shoppmg days tit Xmas .... Winston Davis, ex-Blake-Plant cage star, rut. for 13 points against C'oacbt Charlie White's HCC eagTuesday night in the I 86-71 Cral Fla. J. C win .... MRS. EMOGENE GRAY AND SON, :REGINALD, HAVE RL TURNED TO NEWARK, N. J .. following a Thanksgiving Day and classic weekend here : witill relatives, Mr. and John CBobbie) Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred !Helen) Sheppard and Mr and Mrs. Cbarlie (Mattiei' Wbite. Clifford E ;. Br.idy, .Jr., bad ms Fani.u roomie as classic \teekend l:oose guest. Believe his name was Michael Smith and be bails !rom Daytona. Yeah I wondered why be ,wasn't on my B-CC campqs too. And there was pretiy 'n pert. '71 Blake Hi grad Miss Doris Williams of Chestnut st: coming all the way from her campos or Massey School of Fashion Modeling in Atlanta to be sw-e not to miss her folks Thanksgiving din ner. And see the ball game Miss Patti Thomas, the ex-Blake freshman coed, was here from Talladega, Ala. : And also from Famu came Don Johnson and wife, the fQrmer Sybil Barnes Doo and Sybil not "nl,y came to parents, Mr and Mrs. Willie (Annie Mae) Johnson o( Jacksoo Hts. and Mr. and Mrs. Rode!! (Sybil) Barnes of State St.; re spectively, but also their little cianghter. Dionne, too. Sorry to hear of the recent under the weather" feeling of friend and former working mate Mr. Rodell Barnes. And here'J hoping the gent's back fit as a fiddle DOW THE R 0 8 I N S 0 N HIGH K.""l'GRTS WILL BE INVADED BY ST. PETE'S BOCA CIEGA 1'Plll.o\TES" TONIGHT at Tampa Football Stadium and some young friends who'll bs trying to stop tbe lnnsion. for the AAAA State Championship are Otis Rotrtts. John Bryant, Franklin WilliamJ True love Baptist 2501 17th Street Rev. Willie T. Carpenter, Pastor The church business meeting is Friday at 8 P .M. All members are asked to come out on time. The No. 4 ehoir will hav e rehearsal SatW"day at 5 P.M. 'Ihe -director is asking all the members to be on time. Sunday church schoo l will begin at 9:30 with the supt. in charge The lesson will be reviewe d by the supt the remarks: by the pastor. Come to church schooL Morning worsh i p is at 11, devo tion by the deacons. 'Die No. 1 chair and No. 4 ushers: will serve. The sermon w ill be by t he pastor. BTIJ is at 5 Evening worship at with the same chotr and ushers serving. AJll: activities for Ure week remain the same. Pr-ay for th,e sick and shutins. You are invited to w orship with us at all times. The church of welcome. Ushers Union No. 3 Deacoll Nathaniel CaDI!on, Pres. Mrs. Ida Mae BeD, Rept. Ushers. Union No. :J WliJl navd a b e nefit program Sl'll1l:day at 3 at St. Luke AME Clinlrch, Rev. John Carey is He wilf also bring the message ... nre proceeds from the pt:ogram will. go towards needy Deacon Crummi I.'s askil'l'g the cooperation of al l usher boards in the. mrioo. (E) Miehaei LOng fLR) Richard Overstreet (RB) amtl Horace WildS tRB). WORD IS "CAPT. PETE"' SMITH nubby of channing Mrs. Gloria Smith amd former fishing boat captain now managing the 'I'homas "'One Stop Inn, Soul'vil!l!e,' may be getting a bit land. sick fOF' life down Guiana BWl way. Word is folks down there reai!y whiP>-UP S0me ooss f ish {heads) 'n rice. Me I'd rather stay here with those Penny-Saver cbilitedings 'n things Opps, hope my Main St. brother don't see this. : SEE YAU LATER 4 Marine Reservists Coftecting Toys Local Marine reservists will laun .ch thei r annual "Toys f o r Tots campai gn on 26 November 1971, Lt. Col. E. T. Koch, Commanding Office r of the 4th Amphibian Tractor Battali:on announced today. The t o y drive will condude on 15 December 1971. This will be the 11th drive ccndncted in the Tampa Bay are-a., and if the coming campaign is as successful as those in past years, we expect to make a lot of children happy thls Christmas." with loeal busimess and civic A year ago Marines W{)r king A year ago Marines, working with. local business and civ i c groups e:olleded over 100,000 new alli:l used toys wmwh turn. ed over to Tampa Weff,are and Civic Groups f o r distribnti on to needy children. While Toys for Tots" came to Tampa only ten years ago as an annual Christmas campaign, the Browa Temple Church 2314. 27th Ave. Elder W. W. Giiy:ud, PastmMJrS. Katlierine Sunctay sehoot began. ar thP. usual hol!lr with the Stipt iD! .. charge. All feacl!rers areexpeclefili at their posts. Morning worship beg a& at 11: 3Q witll. Mrs. Mary Williams l'eadiing d' evotion Evangeliist R. G. S'mitbr of New York Cfcy br

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PAGE SIXTEEN Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri ... Get Both Editions Saturday, December 4, 1971 COCKTAIL PARTY AT SUGAR SHACK Attending a cocktail party at the Sugar Shack ant, Betrand Broderick and Florence Bryant. a few evenin g ago, were from left, Cynthia BryThe pary was given by the Blososm Saving Club. THE HODGINS ENTERTAIN AFTER SATURDAY GAME :\ wave of postgame entertainment swept the rity Saturday night after the Famu-Tampa game. One of th e nice parties was at the residence of 1\lr nnr l Mrs. Weldon Hodgins. The In-eluded, from left, Mrs. A,lease Washington, Eddie Hodgins, Mrs. Hazel Myles of Daytona and Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Hodgins. ENJOY HODGINS' HOSPITALITY AFTER GAME Among friends enjoying the hospitality of Mr. Wilcox, Edgar Burr and Ball ot Jaeksoa-pd !\Irs. Weldon Hodgins at the Saturday night ille. were, from left, Samuel ShekloD, Irene THE DOLLS ENTERTAIN entertainers at the Alpha Dance Friday evening wert The Dolls, from left, Cheryl Pilcher, Csetter Sneed and LUliaa Owens. They performed with the Montereys. COLORFUL ATTIRE CHOSEN FOR BALL Colorful African attire was chosen for the recent Uhuru BalL Attending were Otis Anthon:v and Wanda Harrison. ASSIST WITH PARTY DETAILS The nice fun affair hosted by the Blossom Saving Club wal held in West Tampa at the Sugar Shack. Assisting with detail1 Wf.re. from left. Johnny Dawkins and Samuel May. They tended bar.


Saturday, December 4 1971 Fle. Bulletin-Publishe-d every Tuet. and Frl. Gt-t Both Edltlont PAGE SEVENTEEN TAMPA'S NIGHT BEAT ?ATRONIZE THE CLUBS WHICH ADVERTISE HERE THEY APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS I THE PENTHOUSE LOU NCiE PROUDLY PRESENTS THE SENSATIONAL PROLIFICS (RECORDING STABS) DEC. 3 4 5 (RECORDING STARS) COME EARLY TO INSURE SEATING ONE-STOP-INN I MILE IOBTH OF 1-4 HWY. 579. THOROTOSASSA DOC'S HIDEAWAY COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEII I P. M. 3 A. M. HI-BALLS 38c ALL DAY TILL I P.M. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THUBSDAY CHARLES RUSSELL AND THE KINGS BAND FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY RICHARD ALLEN AND THE FABULOUS SKYLINERS with GENEVA COPELAND Go Go Girls THE DREAM BAR AND LOUNGE Gtrls 2801 I. IEBBASIA AVFJIUE WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR SOUL "WE SPECIALIZE II PINTS -AND HALF PINTS'' Go Go f.EiS GET ACQUAINTED 9:30 P.M. TILL 2:30 A.M 1309 WEST PLATT -Girls PHONE 229-9605 -oo. YOU LIKE GOOD TIME:S? Then Follow the Party People to the Favorite Night Spot_ DIAMOND COR. 4lh 291h ST. YOU'LL LOVE IT. THE BEST ICE COLD BEER AND WINE IN TOWN Soul Food At Its Best Specializing in Hamburgers Fish Sandwiches Pork Chops. "The Honky Tonk" Your Hostess: Juanita Brown i309 Streel Ph. 239-983'il JUANITA BROWN OPEN 7 A. M. TIL 1 A. M. GO GO (j AT 0 R B A R GO GO GIRLS GIRLS AND RESTAURANT LITTLE MARY. Barmaid JOAN. Barmaid Enjoy A Complete AfternOon Of Fun And Relaxation -13th Street-Across From Banana Dock Ritz Adult Theatre En iov The But In X Rated Films In Cool Comfortable Surroundtnsr Phone 248-1378 15th and Broadway Adulls 18 OR OVER The sensational molion picture you have been waiting months to see. "THE -. ORAL CiENERAT ION" A revealing film lhal shows the ways a woman pleases her man. IN COLOR ALSO "JANIE" IN COLOR MIDN!GHT SHOW SATURDAY DAILY 11 A. M.i TO 12 P. M.


PAGE EIGHTEEN Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editioaa Saturday, December 4, 1971 Colonels Are Elated, But Artis Raps Simpl e Mistakes LOUISVILLE, Ky : Artis Gil. shootilig and I'm. not always more says that when the -Nat timing my-. jumping right on Basketball-Association and when I go to black a ttle American Basketball Associa. shot/''" tion merge he will be .. ready If Gilmore is dissatisfied with play Ka:reem Jabbar (formerly his play, the Colonels' manageLew Aicindor) on at least even ment emphatically is now. terms.. 1 "We knew what he could do ;. This, coming from a rookie who on defense with his shotblocking has played less than 20 prpfession board play, and intimidating pre a! basketbalt games, might seem sence," said Joe Mt.ilaney ; who the J:ieight cf audacity. coached Wilt Chmberlain with However, the seven-foot-2 inch the Los Angeles Lakers before pivotl.Dan of the Kentucky Col?". takuig over. the Colonels' coachnels and leading rebounder m ing jog this year. tlie ABA says lt matter-of; factly. What I didn't expect was how Boastfulness is not in the na much would help us offenture of the softSIXJken. former siyely as the second leading scorer Jacksonville Ali-Atnedoan If. on the team," Mullaney said. "I he be hypertended to think of him as much critical :of himse;lf. .,. ', like Bill : Russell on de "I w .iSh! I I'm satisfense ; but nothing super on of-fied with > the way .. rm pJ. aying fense." but I'm., not," he recently "It's very unfair to compare following a game in which he had Artis witr Alcindor at this staye," limited two rival centers from said Mike Stiren, Colonels presi the Dallas I chaps to total ;lof two dent and general ; manager. Al.. cindor came into pro basketball "I'm still making a lot of sirn with a solid backgrouqd gained ple he,,saicl_. "I'm not from good coaching from gi'ade sho:tmg anywhere near the pe.r school right on up through high of accoc acy should be ) !chool and in college at UCLA, ARTIS GILMORE plus the invaluable experience re ceived from playing against the best on the New York playground courts: "Artis had nothing to go on but his own. raw talent until Joe Williams got hold of him for Jacksonville in his junior year in college. You just don't make up :that much difference in experi ence overnight." Storen says the average atten dance at Cokmels home games has ciimbed by nearly 3,000 this FAMU 'ALUMNI IN CLASSIC PARADE Local Famu alumni was represented in the pictured on Franklin Street In down. town Tampa. Tumpa Clasisc parade Saturday. The group is Tennessee VaUey, Budget State Battles Ohio / NASHVILLE, Tenn. Over a Cluttered desk in a cramped of fi Tennessee State Coach John Merritt worries about where the next roll of ankle tape is coming from the afternoon football practice. "Cause baby, itsure isn't in !:he budget," the black coach fretted as he down on a big cigar. Just outside this narrow office Merritt shares with another coach and two parallel glass tro phy cases jammed full of silver and gold memorabilia and other pleasant reminders of unfortunate Ms. A stufff e d but fierce looking Bmgal tiger guards the door of the athletic building thru which stars as Olympic speedster Wilma Rudolph and Atlanta Fal cons' defennsive giant Claude Humphr ey have strolled Nine Drafted Last Year In 1970 alone, nine football players were drafted to the big time from this small university of only 4,600 students which was known as Tennessee A & I a few years ago. But Tennessee State has-like so many predominantly black universities-been bog ged down for some time in the fin ancial game "A l o t of big schools buy an athlete," said the coach "We can t even buy him a meaL" For some t ime now, T S. U. has been ending the year in the red and has had to ask the state for money to keep its athletic progra m afloat The same is true for the other pred o m i nantl y white regional universiti es. However, th er e is one dramatic difference. The athletic dollar at T S U. must be stretched a BIG JOHN'S ALABAMA BAR-B-QUE "Biq John" TH E BEST OPEN 11 'TIL t 1 D.-\ YS :\ WEE I\ 11-1 A. M. FRI. :\:"1/D S .\'1. 5707 40th ST. PH. 626-4578 gcod bit further-to states like Texas and Florida. "The money problem faces us all but our problems are inten sified because we must travel all over the United States in order to explained Howard Gen try,. ath l etic director at the school since 1949. Three times in the past Termes see State has been deriied admission to the Ohio Valley Ocnfer ence (OVC) which would enflble it to play neighboring schools in stead of tl'aveling great distances. "Our bid failed because the conference didn' t want to expand beyond eight teams," said Gen try. "I don't buy that because there are some gre-at conferences with more than eight teams, This is no magic number Economy a Religion Gentry gets to what he feels is the guts of the matter quickly "No one like s to lose to a socalled bla ck team," he said. The 1960s ush e r e d in the era of integration and black athletes cracked the color barrier of the pre viously all white Southeastern Conference It a lso signaled prob lems for the black c oa ch While a talent e d black athlete would welc ome the exposure of play ing with such as S E .C. powerho use Tennessee, the white pla y er has shown l ittl e inclina tion to sign wit h a predomin antly Negro school. The pr c b l em, In Merritt's eyes, often exte nds to the whit e h igh school coach. "We ha v e to recru i t arotmd him sometimes,'' said the T. S. U. mentDr. year. "Dan knows what Artis can do Some pro clubs would settle not only for the team, but also just for the amm.mt of our in for Dan himself," Storen said. crease for their average crowds,'' "With Artis in the lineup, other he said. teams no longer can afford to I can't say that it's all because dot.'bletearil Dan, and this leaves of Artis, but certainly he has him free now to take the shots had a tremendous impact. An he wants .' Also, having Artis other thing, too, is that we around saves Dati from taking as drawn ti-e lJargest crowds of any much physical beating in going visiting teams in several ABA after rebounds." cities this season. Let's face it, In his only encounter with JabArtis is a very exciting player bar so far, a exhibition to watch." with the Milwaukee Bucks that When Gilmore joined the Colo-drew a sellout crowd of 28,000 nels amid ballyboo over one of here, Gilmore came 0 ut second the richest contracts ever offered best. He was outscored 30-18, and a pro athlete, some fans thought outrebounded, 20-16. a jealous rivalry might develop I was real tense that night and between the JacksOnville giant I got into quick foul trouble," Gil and Dan Issei, who moved over to forward to make room for Gilmore said. I"But I think by the more in the pivot. time the merger comes, I'll ba Nothing could be farther from ready for him." the truth, according to the Colo. "When those two guys start_ nels. playing each other on a regular They say Issei, the top scorer 'season basis, it will be the kind in the ABA as a rookie last sea-of colossal match will rruake son, has taken Gilmore tinder his people forget about the Russell wing, encom:aging him at every Chamberlain duels said Steve turn and offering helpful tips Jones veteran backcourt star of gained from his own experience. the Dallas Chaps. ------Kentucky State Coach Once Caddied ForBear Bryant FRANKFORT, Ky. Once ;a tice," he says. '.'We fixed it so caddy for Alabama coach Paul they have to practice "Bear" Bryant but now a rising we dropped them ; star. among coaches of the na, Monile boomed and the Thoro lion s small Negro colleges, Ken breds won their first three games tuck:y State's Leroy Smith is bebefore losirig to Jackson State, coming a s ymbOl or solid sue then Lincoln -:university. TJlen cess. -. came five in a row, "We don't want to be just a bY tbe _bowl bid. ':.-. power amopg .the black colleges," "It's been'. a most satisfymg says Smith, whose team won a year,", Smith says. "We think bid to Dec. 11 Orange Blossom we've done w.ell." : Classic in Miami',s Ol'ange Bowl Smith accentuates the role of by compiling an .. 8 2 record this salesmanship in coaching season. "Coaching is 8 per cent recwit-"We'd kq own as being ing, pure and simple;" he says on a par with all college division And he practices what he preaches. teams, black or white.!' Only 17 of this yea,r-:s final squad Smith's dream is woven on a of 56 players were : o n hand when background of success. < Rejected Smith hit the campus in 1970. He as a by Kentucky State recruited the rest. after plaYing qu"arterback in high Only three of the 56 are white; school at nearby Lexington in the two of those three are starters. late .1910s, Smith Jack-tried to build a proe;ram son State in Mississippi: in which we communicate with the Tl}ere, at only 5-foot-8 1and 155 ball players,'' says Smith. "You pounds, he made the starting linehave to be sympathetic to their up as a quarterback After being problems. You have to sell them an assistant coach one year for on what you're trying to do." small college power Tennessee Smith shies a-..tay from strict State, he got the head coaching dress and grooming restrictions. post at Tuskeegee Institute in "We have two white boys who Alabama. wear their hair long,'' he chuckles His team! there scored 50 vic-"but we don't try to forbid that. tories against eight 'losses arid All we ask is that the players two ties over six seasons. be gentlemen. He returned to Kentucky State "If you can do that, you don't last but the Thorobreds need to discipline them." won only three of'nine games, a Delighted at. the exposure the not untypical showing for the bowl appetarance will afford his "school. At the begiriteam Smith looks forward to this ning of this season, Smith cleaned winter's recruiting efforts. "Th e house. bowl will do us a lot of good," he "We just got rid of some felsays. "If you go after a kid and Jows .Who _c:Jidn't Want t9 play, wfio you have a losing program, why, didn't even want to come to practhey don't want to get the heck "With integration of the sec schools," he explained, "the black high sc hool coach has been losing out. He's either moved out Qr relegated to assistant coach." And the head coach "has his allegiance to some predomi nantly white school. To combat this Merritt and his staff search for the athlete who has been "overlooked by the larger schools We recruit athletes-not football players-and we can't afford to make m is, takes beat out of them. "But when you've got :a winning ; record, it's easy. Everyone loves a winner." relishes the memory of days when he worked in the Uni versity of Lexington. and when he caddied for Bryant-then Ken tucky's head coach Bryant was a fine man but the worst darn golfer I've ever seen." Smith laughs. Then he has second thot.-

Saturday, 4 1971 Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Publ i shed every Tue s. and Fri. -Get Both Editions PAGE NINETEEN NOT ONLY WORK AT KASH KARRY BUT SHOP HERE ALSO. I HAVE INSIDE KNOWLEDGE FRESHEST THAT l\iEATS KASH N' KARRY SELLS THE AHD VEGETABLES IN TOWI ALLEN SPRINGS, -2612 Cano Cl. Tampa Cashier ( THE HOME OF FAMOUS NATIONAL BRANDS I THESE ARE THE STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY Tampa Tampa 1725 tt Dale Mabry 2205 Kennedy Blvd. Tampa 230 I Florida Ave. Tampa Tampa Tampa .... 50th St. 8r 1Oth Ave. -...... 305 W. Hillsboro Hillsboro 8r 15th St. Tampa :. 8th Ave. & 22nd Sl. ...... 4501 Flor i d a Ave. Tampa\ .... Nebraska & Wafers Tampa .. West Shore at Dade City .... 506 E. Pasco Plant City .... : .. .. 406 Harris Palmello ... .. 515 7th St.. SHOP ANY DAY -SAVE-EVERY DAY i -SPORTANIC FLOODS-Bv Wil liam 0. Bethel I JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT TO D O A few weeks ago a fellow c a m e up to m e and a ked me why I didn't w r ite more about fishing. At anotl 1 e r time a fellow sai d to me t hat I wro te too much ab o ut f is h ing a nd people dictn '. wanft to r ead abou t fishing they wanted to r ead abo u t baske t ball, b aseball and box ing lt just goes to s how that no o ne ca n p leas e eve r y o n e So what do I d o abo u t t h e si tu atio n I hav e decide d to k ee p on t r ying and mostly w r ite w hat I fee l a t t h tim e, FISHING TACKLE AND BAITS The m ost i m portant ite m t-o a n y fis h erma n i s his t ackle. N o mat:ter w heth e r a n a n g l e r fis h es f r es h o r sa l t w ate r tack l e i s tlHt impo r tan t t.h,ing. Most fres h w a t e r p a n fish ang l e r s w o u ldn't c an e pole s fo r a nyth i n g else I m v s t ad mi t that th ere are s it ua t ion s i n f r e s h w at e r fis hin g that r e quire c a ne poles. H ow eve1 if a11 possible I pre f e r light s pinning t ackle with 6 or 8 Jb, mon::>filament line for f r esh water pan f ish fishing Blue.gills and shell crackers are a Jot of fun on light spinning tackle. They are just as much fun to eat as they are to catch. -A lot of people Jove to catch and eat speckled perch (crappie). Personall y I have found speckled perch to be very lazy on the end of a lin and t hey are a little too soft and mushy for me as t able f a r e I have found out also that fresh water pan fish are also finicky about their diet You just can t figure that if you ca tc h them at another place on t he same type bait. I suggest alw ay s that if you plan to fish in strange territory for pan fish your best buy your bait at or n ear that place Also It is wise to a s k at local bait h::>uses wha t is b est for pan fish in the area. I know places where pan fish will tear up wiggl ers but won't touch r ed worms and vice versa There are also places where pan fish won t bit eanything but crickets and won't look a t worms o any kind. There are also pla c es w here pM! fish won' t even give a cricket a second look. The one bait that I ha ve found that will catch pan fish anywh ere is fresh water shrimp or jumpers as they are com::>mnly called. Jumpers are hard to come by and can't be bought. Y o u have to oBJtch jumpers with ine meshed net on a sturdy hoop and pole. Jumpers jsut can t be beaten for pan fish. There is ano ther bait called bonnet worms llha t can' t be beaten -in b onnet filled l akel watch for the bonnets to be shaking P an fis h ar.; feeding a round the bottoms of the shaking bonnets. If you drop worms or cr.ickets amon-g the shaking bonnets and nothing hap pens pull up anchor and go to another bonnet filled are a Look for holes in the leafs of the bonnets at the stems. The holes meaJl that there iB a worm imbedded in the stem of the bonnet. You need a sharp hooked blade a t tached to the end of a medium l e n g t h pole so as to cut the stem of the bonet down low. Out as ma n y hole filled b o nnets as you c an get in your boat and then go find some more shaking bonne t s. Spli t t he bonnets you have in your boat from the t op down as you need worms. Don t take a worm out until you need it. Bonnet worms are white and qui t e wi ggly, They 111re harmleS!5. Hook the bonnet worm through the head ot tail and it will sure enough wiggle. It won't be long before the old bobber sinks and chances are you will have a bi g good eating pan fish Fish where the bonnets are shaking until the shaking ceases or the fish stop biting then g o find some m ore shakbng bonnets. There are many, many more tricks to fresh water fishing I will write about J.ater .. QUICK QUIPS: John Bry ant, former Middleton High and Montana State bas ketball star was in town for a visit to his gamily and to see th' Tampa Classic. John works with the recreatiQn ,. department h1 Philadelphia Wililam Bostic of West T ampa has been catching red fish on Courtney Oa:mpbell Causeway right on Bostic is an ardent an g.Jer and a good one. In tOwn for The T a.mpa Classic was Joe White former all Western Conference center a-t Middleton High and currently s-tai' lineman for Bishop College In DaJ.las, Texas : Joe looks neat and trim and he had a good season. What is sorely needed in black areas is tennis courts with fences ru-ound thme. There is plenty of blac ktennis talent around but it cM!'t be utilized until we have courts. Hot pants bring about a change for sure. I thought I was Super Bad. Then came The Girl Over There WHh The Hot Pants On. Now I am a Greedy, Greedy Man. Florida I It is absolutely amazing w h a t happened in Florida foot ball in t he last decade and a half. I k;:;o w what was going on when I c a me t o Tampa s o me 25 ye ars a:go. Of c ours e H illsbo rou g h H i g h was to p d og a nd Plant H ig h wa s in good s hape M iddl e to n Hig h and old Don Th o mp son Hig h were ragg ed as m a ngo s ee d Black people just didn t k now what was g o ing on i n foot balL I can remember w e w ould onl'y draw t hree or f our hundred fan s to games. They tell me it was even worse when games w ere played at Plant Field Back in those da y s black schools had no athletic faci)ities The boys had no lockers or even a shower room. Usually they played in the samll gear they practiced in. There were no things like blocking ; dum mies or charging and o q ly players with injured noses en jo y ed the luxury of face masks: I c an remember clearly Midd leton and Don Thompson using sorn: of the same togs, and helmets for games. It w ould have been impossible for bo t h to play on the same n ight for they had to use the same equipment. I can r e m e m ber Florida A & M pl ay ing the Orange Blo sso m Cla s s ic h ere and B e thune-Cookroa n the t ilt of the Maroon and Gold The s e big games dre w a r ound ten thousarid t and wer e considered to be the things. Now when we talk about big high s c hool games we are talking about ten to t:welve th9 usand fans. When we talk about the Orange Blossom Classic and the Tampa C lassic we talk about forty to fifty thousand. Black people are bep to football now and all that goes with it. Florida A&M'a band is one of the in t the country. Gone are the days "of the W P.A. J. It all makes one wonder what football will be like ..... 1n artother decade or two. Cari we enlarge Tampa Stadium? I often wonder where do go kom here.


PAGE TWENTY Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Frt Get Both Edition! S..turday, Decepnher 4, 1971 I COACH CALLS MITCHELL ONE OF GREATEST BACKS CLUB REPRESENTED IN TAMPA CLASSIC PARADE The newly organized men's club, Galaxy "25" was represented ill the Tampa Classic Parade Sat urday. Their mndern, well appointed clubhouse Is located lD West Tamp a at. Albany and U11io11. "He is as good as any halfback we have ever had," says Penn State Coach Joe Paterno when he talks about Lydell Mitchell, the Salem, N .J., senior who is leading the Nittany Lions on a direct course to the Cotton Bowl. "Anybody who breaks Lenny Moore's records has to go down as one of the greatest backs in co ll ege football history." When Penn State crushed Maryland, 63-27, Mitchell not only scored five touchdowns to run his season total to 21 in eight ga.'!les, but he broke Moore's season and career yardage records. MOORE ran for 1,082 yards in 1954 during a H)-game schedule. Mitchell covered 1,174 yards this season in eight games. Moore bad the Penn State career mark of 2,380 yards but Mitchell surpassed that with 2 ,541 yards With three games to play. Mitchell bad 126 pointS-' after those eight games for a 15. 8 point average per game. Ht! gained an average of 146.8 yards per game rushing and figures to lead the I WHO DONE IT IN SPORTS I page against Maryland he tied Charlie Pittman's career record of 32. "Mitchell can do it all," says Q-Do yo)l think Pat Sullivan was deserving of the Heisman Trophy? A-Frankly I really don't know who was deserving of the Reisman Trophy this year. Q-What is Joe Louis' real name and is he really a native of Detroit? A-Joe Louis' real name is Joe Louis Barrow and he was born In the boondocks of Alabama. Q-Who do you think was the greatest offensive lineman to ever play pro football? Whitfield was a sensational half to become a great star even m Paterno. "He has proved himself miler. Presently Kip Keino is pro football. It was a mystery week after week with eltll;ch per-among the bestmilers. to me for a long time until Coach formances against good teams. BePete Griffin of Florida A&M told sides bemg a great runner be FACTS AND FIGURES me what really happened. also fs a fine receiver and blocltt It was good to see Nathaniel "Golden Boy" now live in Talvrell when someone else carries "Golden Boy" Davis home for the lahassee In a nice home. He the ball. Tampa Classic. "Golden Boy" works for the City of Tallapassee "There is no doubt Mitchell will be forever remembered for Recreation Department and runs could have a great deal more his sensational feats as a haif a business of hls own. I never yardage than he has, because he back at Middleton High School. did and never hope to ever coach is durable enough to carry the ball Davis did not play any sports another runner like Nathaniel more, but we have other excellent before high schol ecxept youth Davis. "GOLDEN BOY" WAS backs like Franco Harri.s and John baseball. Davis did not play THE GREATEST. Hufnagel to share the load." football his\ sophomore year at Middleton. Once ft was discov -ered that other players could not I saw Lenny Moore play in his prime," says Mitchell, "but I've read so much about him and I know he inust have been great It is a great honor to break his records." Mitchell's best game this year from a yardage standpoint was his 211-yard effort aglainst Iowa. Besides scoring five TDs against Maryland he also had five against Navy and four against Tems. Christian. "If there is a better all-around back in the country I haven't seen: him," says Paterno. why should rich people have all lhe fun? Come to Gary Merrill Import Motors Inc. .-FIAT Tampas Exclusive rmt Dealer Family sedans Station Wagons Sport Coupes Sport ConverliJJies LOW INITIAL : COST IDGH ECONOMY 5804 Dale Mabry 884 I A-In my opinion It would be tough to pick pro footbaUs est offensive lineman between Bill WiJ!is and Jim Parker. Both played for the Cleveland Browns at differ ent times. Q--How far Is the pitcher's mound from home plate in base ball and softball? A-The pitcher's mound in b aseball is 60'6" from horne plate In baseball and 43 ft in softball. even touch him when he was running with the ball fu a physi cal education class touch football game. Davis was put into togs and he was an immediate sensation. Be fore his first season was half over he was the talk of the state. As a junior in his first year of football "Golden Boy" broke every rushing record at Middle ton. He was virtually unstop able and his long twisting runs were things of beauty. He got the name "Golden Boy" from the the n sports writer C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Davis wa s so sep sational people came out to games by the t housands just to s ee him run. In his first year in football "Golden Boy" gained nearly 1 ,500 yards and scored a record breaking 22 touchdowns In his senior year D avis kep right on running and creating a sensation When Miller brews a malt;" Miller brews it Q Can red snapper b e caught In Tampa Bay? A The only kind of snappers I know of that can be caught m Tampa Bay are mangrove snap per. snapper are found in the Gulf. Q-Who was the last forei gne r to win the heavy weight champio n ship? A In ge n1ar Johannson of S wed e n was th e last for e igner to win the h e avyweight champion shiP. Q Who do you think was the are!ltest fighter of all time? A I will have to go along with the eperxts when they say pound for pound Sugar Ray Robinson was the greatest to ever do it. Q-Has there ever been any good black middle distance runners? "Goldie" went to Florida A&l'vl on a football scholarship anci started off great as a freshman A-Back in the fifties and late forties John Woodruff and John Borican were terrors in lhe half mile A little while later Mal Th e n something happened and h e never did reach full potential. There are many people toda y still trying to find out why "Gold en Boy" did not go all the way r I I I I I I I I I I -FOR APPOINT OKA SISTER l\IENT PHONE READEB AlfD ADVISOR 876-2667 Are you uultappy? Worried? Havillg trouble at home? Ia yonr ruarrlt'd life falling? Is your loved ene true to yon? Are you a failure In Busiaess? Are yon financially worried? Are you sick and bl bad health? Do you know your lucky day and number? ODe lslt to me 8lld I will convince you that you cnn be helped. Ask those who have bee to see me. God bas .Pven me Ulese gifted powers to help you, SEE i\IE NOW LATER MAY BE TOO LATE. OPEN 9 A.:\1. TO 8 P. :\1. 26:!0 W. KE:-l:-IEDY BLVD. 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Saturday, December 4, 1971 Fla. Sentfne.l Bulletin-Published every Tues. and FTi. Get Edlt1oos PACE TWENTY-ON! FUNERAL NOTICES iBROWN, MR. JAMES CORNELIUS -Funeral service fo.r the late 1\lr. James Cornelius Brown, 1505 LaSalle Street, who passed 111way in a local hospital, will be l1eld Sunday at 2 P. M. in Mas .:otte, Florid}l from the Oli_ve Baptist Church w1th the Rev. Roscoe GGdwin, officiating. Interment will be the Community Cemetery. He served In the armed forces of the U. S. Army for three years. He leaves to mourn his passing a very de. voted mother, Mrs. Core.nlia Brown a father, Mr. C. W. Story; a son' Master Xzavier Gerald 0 Brown; a devoted friend, M 1 s 11 Grace Showers; 2 sisters, Mrs. Janice Stroud and husband Ru dolph and Miss Renee L. Young ; 2 brothers, :Mr. Stanley E. Young and Mr. Ernest T. Young; 5 aunts, Mrs. Cl1ristine Lumpkins and hu sband, :\Irs. Eva Mae Rob inson and hus-band, Mrs. Nellie Mitchell and husband, Mrs. Helen Mack and husband, and l\lrs. Mer Iene Bright and husband; 3 uncles, Mr. J. W. Taylor and wife, Mr. Hazell Brown and wife, and Mr. John Story and wife; 2 nieces, Lisa and Tangela Stroud; 30 grand aunts, 13 grand uncles, 6 great grand uncles, 2 great grand aunts and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will lie in state from '5 P.M. Saturday until 11 A.M Suntlay at which time the funerpl cortege will leave for Mascotte. Arrangements b:v BRYANT & WIL (Ray Funeral Ho1ne .in Charge. ) BOGANS, .1\tR. CURTIS -Funeral services for i\Ir. Curtis Hogans of 2421 29Ut Avenue, passed away in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 3:30 P. M. at Keeney Memorilll United MeiJtOOist Church, with Rev. Roosevelt Dell, Jr., officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: a daughter, Mrs. Mattie Tucker and husband; 2 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild; 3 brothers, 1\fr Dan Bogans and wile, Ruby Bogans, Mr. Johnnie Bogans of JUST. ARRIVED THIS :WEEI(. ALL 'THE LATEST FASRIOIS .IN LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN WEAR. JUST: TO MENTION A FEW FABuLous :Two. Mr.Hs 100% LEATHER 100% POLYESTER TOME I LADIES lEft -SUITS .JACKETS SLACK S :ETS $49.95 and ( $59.95 SPECIALLY. :PRICED_ $24.95 BOYS' WASH U D BOYS AHD :liiBLS BEAUTIFUL MEN WEAB mn SWEATERS JUMP SUITS COATS From .$4.98 & $3.98' $12.95. EltELL! I PORTABLE 8 TRACK POKABLE 8 TRACK SELEm. OF TAPE MOIOBAIL SETS TAPE STEREO LUGGAGE $32.;95. .$69.95 FORMAL .MEN LADIES PUT TOPS r.LADIES JACKETS WASHABLE CREPE PANTIES SUPER SPECIAL. 3 For $1.00 $6.98 $5.98 AND 4 'For $1.00 WE AT RAYMOND'S ABE BEADY TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR CRiiiSTMAS SBOPPIMG! FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO -U%1@@ RAYMOND'S '\ .:-.uami and .clr. Curry Bclgans anlll wife, Mrs. Marie Hogans of Smith, ille, Geewgia; S iisters, 1\lrs. Tenna Powell and husband of Albany, Georgia, :\Irs Maynoria Brown of Miami, 1\frs. l\lary Hogans of :Miami, Mrs. Eura Bell Jones and husband &f '()pa Locka, and 1\frs. Henrietta Boston a n d husband of Miami; sister-in -law, 1\lrs. Ida Floyd of Tamp-a; a host of nieces and nephews; devoted friends, Mrs. Gussie Deeds and daughter: other sorrowing friends, Mr. and Mrs. Dolphus Moncur, Mr. Neal Watson Mr. Willie Over street and Jaspt"r Spauld: n g and oUter sorrowin g relathcs an'll friends. A native or S mithville, Ge01gia, Mr. Bogaus had lived here for the past 50 years. The remains will repose after 4 P.M. today (Friday) at Wilson Funeral Chapel, until near funeral time Saturday. The funeral cortege will form at 2603 E. Genessee St. "A WILSON SERVICE" DELOACH 1\IDS. MINNIE 1\lAE -Funeral services for 1\ln. Minnie Mae" Deloach &f 240Hlt Matlory Avenue, who passed away in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 2:00 P.M. at Pleasant Chapel A.M.E. Church, the Rev. A. W. Lybrand, pastor. with Rev. L. C. Mann, officiating. In\ terment will be in 1\lemorial Park Cemetery. Survivors are: a de voted husband, Mr. James Deloach; 3 cousins, 1\lr. Solomon Madison, Mr. .Richud Madlson and Mrs. Cleo l\lae MarUI!; sis ter-in-law, Mrs. Susie Delw.tcb; 2 nieces, Mrs. 1\laxine Norwood and husband, Mr. Wayman Norwood, Sr: Mrs. Ora Lee Anderson .anii husband, Mr. James Anderson; 9 grand nieces lllld nephews; god daughter, Miss Dol"Otby Ander son and a host of oiher iOrrowing relatives and friends. A iDa tive of Jesu_p, Georgia, Mrs. D a loach had lived here for the past 40 years. Sbe was a member ol Lily White SBA Lodge No 5, l\lrs. Essie Purify, Pres. and Royal Court No. !i, Mcs, Cora Clarke, President. 'The remafns will repose after 4 "P. M. today

PAGE TWENTYTWO FlL Sentinel Bul! etln-Published every Tuea, and Fri. Get Both Editlona Saturday, December 4, 1971 .FUNERAL NOTICES LIJAH, JR. Funeral services for Mr. Elijah Gibson, ,Jr. of 4811 36th Street, w!io passed away in a local hospital, will be held Saturday at i P. at 1\lacedonia Raptis' Church ; with Rev-; E. Gorden, of ficiating. Interment will be In Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: a devo ted wife, Mrs. Susie Gibson of Tampa; 3 daughters, Mrs. Sarah M Corbin of Miami, Mrs. C a therine Baker and hus band, Mr. Anthony C. Baker of Tampa and Miss Barbara J. Gib son of Tampa; 1 son, Mr. Willie R Gibson and wife, Mrs. Gloria J. Gibson of Tampa; 8 grandchll drcn; 4 aunts ; 3 uncles and a of oUter sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Abblevllle1 G e orgia, Mr. Gibson had lived for the past 16 years. He wat an. employee of the City .of Tam pa, Sanitary Sewer Department, THE REMAINS WILL NOT BE VIEWED. A WILSON SERVICE'' HAYES MRS. LUVONIA --Funeral s e rvices for Mrs. Luvonla Rt. 2 Box 3067, Oviedo Fla ., who passed November 30 lo ;. Tampa hospital, will be held Saturday at 1 P.M: from Grant' s Ch a pel : A.M.E. Church, Oviedo, wit h the pastor Rev." Hanna, of flcfatlng. Interment will be in Boston Cemetery, Oviedo. The bod.v will lie In state at STONE &. GORDON, FUNERAL DIREC TOR S (Stone s Funera l Home, Inc. ) from 2 P.M. Friday to 8:10 A M Saturday. The body will be nmove d to Oviedo Saturday lnornin g to lie In state at the church from 11 A.M. to funeral time. M rs. Ha yes was a pioneer cit(zcn of Oviedo and was a m e m bct: of and served as n stewardess of the Graul' s Chapel A .M.E. Church and as a midwife In the COilllllUnity of and around Ovi e do for m a n y, m a n y years. S h e l ea v e s to mourn h e r p a s sing: 2 si s t ers, Mrs E v a ngelin e Willia m s, East P a l a tk a and Mrs. H e l e n Mc L a u g hlin Tampa; niec e s and n e1ihcws, Mr. Benj a min Mill e r and wif e, M r s. Lena Mill e r Oviedo; Mrs. Doris Reddick and husband, Mr. Harold N. Reddick, Tampa, Mrs. Mary Brinson and husband Mr. George Brins on, Wabassa, Mrs. Mlldreci Clark and husband, Mr. William R Clark Tampa, Mrs. Ruth Coleman, Cranberry, N.J., and Mrs. Violet Fini s Los Angeles, Calif.; a number Jl grand nieces and nephews; a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. STONE & GORDON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS (Stone s Funeral Home, Inc.}. MORRIS, MR. CHARLES ED WARD-Funeral services for the late Mr. Charles Edward Morris of 314 E. Park Ave., Tampa, who departed from this life on Dec. 1 In a local hospital wUI be held at 3:30 P.M. Saturday from the Franklin Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. D. C. Cummings, officiating. Interment will be In the Memorial Park Cern di rectly after the services. The re mains will repose at the Franklin Funeral Home from 5 P .rl. Friday until near funeral time Satur day. Survivors include: mother, Mrs. Robbie Lee Qunnley of Tampa; father, Mr. Frank Morris of Tampa: 2 sisters, Mrs. catherine Wilson and husband Andrew of 'l 'ampa, and Miss Patrcla Ann Morris of Jersey City, N.J. ; a brother; Mr. Frank Morris, Jr. of Tampa; 2 aunts, Mrs. Annie Bell Golbey of Selma, Ala. and Miss Arlnda Bodie of Detroit; a nephew, Mr. Andrew Wilson, Jr., of Tampa; a niece, Miss Jackie Denise Wilson of Tampa, and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. FRANKLIN FU NERAL HOME wlll be in charge of the services, OLIVER, MR. LINDSEY -Fu neral services for Mr. Lindsey Oliver of 2321 13th Ay:enue, who passed away in a local hospital, wlll be held Saturday at 3:30 P.M. at Friendly M. B. Church, with Rev. W. L. Webb, officiat lng. Interment will l.te in the fam lly plot Memorial P ark Cemeter y Survi v ors are: a sister, Re v Le oJa J e nkins and husband Rev. S a mu e l D Jenkins of Orlando ; 1 broth e r Mr A D. Oliv e r of Fort L aude rd a l e ; 1 aunt, 1 niece; 1 ste pdau g ht e r, 1\Jrs. G e or g ia ::ua e Willi a ms and hu s b a nd M r. God fr ey A. Williams ; 2 g randdau g h t ers, Mrs. Dollie V. B e rrin g and hu s b a nd Mr. H a milton B e rrin g and Mrs. Willie M a e Thomas and UNCLE SANDy SAYS 16.n. Whe n you d e fine liberty you limit it. 88.52 and w h e n you l i mit it you destroy it. 3 8,79. ; r : husband, 1\lr,. William W. Thomas; 10 great grandchildren; 11 great great grandchildren; 1 god daughter, Mrs. Pearlie M a e Barnes; 2 devoted friends 1\Jrs Emma Mae Dix and Mrs Sadie Ralph and a host of o ther sor rowing relatives and fri e nds. A native of Crawfordville Mr. Oliver had lived here for more than 30 years. He served on the Dea con Board of h i s chur c h and he was also a member of Mt. Pleasant Masonic Lodge No. 13. The remains will repose after 4 P.l\I. today (Friday) at Wilson Funeral Chapel, until near funeral time Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE SMITH, MRS. MARY LENAFuneral services for the late Mn. Mary Lena Smith of 2206V 2 N. Boulevard Ave., Tampa, who departed from this life on Nov. 29, in a local hospital will be held at 2 P.M. Saturday from the Sev enth Day Adventist Church of Sarasota, located on Leonard Reid Ave., of which Elder B. W. Powell Is the pastor. Elder A. L. Robinson of Tampa will officiate the services Interment of the remains will be held in the Galilee Cemetery of Sarasota directly after the services. The remains will repose at the Franldin Fu-. neral Home from 5 P.M. Friday until 10 A M. Saturday when it will then be carried to Sarasota lor funeral services. Survivors include husband Mr. John Smith of Tampa; niece, Mrs. .Johnnie Mae Felton and husband John of Sarasota; nephew, Mr. Cleo Shivers and wife Emma of Tampa and a host of other nieces nephews, sorrowing relati;:!.S and friends. FRANKILN FUNERAL HOME will be In charge of tbe services. TABOR, MR. SIMON -Funeral services for the late Mr. Slmom Tabor, 2531 Main Street, who expired November 29th 'after a long illness, wlll be held at the Ray Williams Funeral Home Chapel, Saturday at 3 P.M. Interment wiD be Jn Shady Grove Cemetery. Rev. W. F. Tanner II officiating. The remains will repose for vislta tion of friends from 3 P.M. Frl day until funeral time. There will be no viewing after the Eulogy. He was emplo yed by the Cit y of Tampa for t wenty -five years until his retirement in October, 19i0 He l e aves to mourn his passing a devoted wif e, Mrs. Mildred Tabor; 2 s o ns Mr. Simon A n th o n y Tabor and Mr Rudolph Burgess and wif e Ma rgie ; 2 d a ughters, M rs. Be v erly Webb and husb a nd C l a r e n ce, a nd Mrs. Evel y n B Johnson a nd hu s b a nd A ndrew of 1\liami ; 2 si s t ers, Mrs. Ola H arris and husb a nd J a mes, and M rs. B e ssi e WiWa ms of Bro okl y n N,Y.; 1 brother, 1\lr. Th o m a s P aul and w ife o f Ma con, Ga .: 1 s i s t e r-in-l aw, M r s Elnora G riffin and hu s b a nd Spencer of B uf fal o N,Y,; 1 broth e r In-l aw, Mr. H a dd ie S u t ton ; 17 g r a nd c hildr e n num ero u s c ousins amo ng wh o m are M r s. H arrie t Brown and hus b a nd B ernard, ;\lr L eon 1\la l c oim :\I rs B e rnice Alle n of Bu ffa lo, 1'\,Y ,, !\Irs, Alma M cBur ney of Phil a d e lphia, Mr s, E o l a Wilson and :\lr J o hnni e Wilson o r Atlanta, Ga .. a nd a h o s t of other r e lati\ es a nd f rie nd s, Th e fun e r a l e ortt'ge will f orm a t 2531 :\l ai n S t reet. :\rran ge m e n ts b y BRYA!\1 & \\'ILLI.UIS. Williams Fun e r a l H o m e in c h arge ) :'\1R ARTHl" R eral s.n ices for :\l r. FunArt h ur Thomas of 4009 27th Street, who passed away In a local hospital, will be held Saturday at 12 noon at Wilson Funeral Chapel with Rev. Bernard Milton Jones of ficiating Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemeter y Survi vors are: a brother, Mr. Walter TIIomas and wife Mrs Viola Thom a s ; a number of nieces and nephews one of whom is, !\Irs. G e r t rude l\liller of Brade nton a nu .mber of cousins, among whom are, Mr. David Payton and Mr. William Warren; devoted friends Mrs. P earl Harvey and husband Mr. Jimmie Lee Harvey a n d Mrs, Thomas and other sorrowing relatives and friends A native of Mcintosh Mr. Thomas had lived here for the past 30 years, The remains will repose after 4 P. M. today (Friday) at Wilson Funeral Chapel, until near funeral time Saturday. "A WILSON SER TEBRY, MR. CHARLES (Charlle)-Funeral services for the late Mr. Charlie Terry of 3919 Nassau Street, who departed from thiit life on Nov. 29, in a local hospital will be held at 1 P.M Saturday from the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church located at Central and Oak Ave., with the pastor, Rev. W. L. Webb, officiating. The remains will be carried to Americus, Ga., Sunday morning and lay In state at the Barnham Funeral Home before funeral serv lees Sunday, which will be held at the New Mt. Moriah Baptist Church at 1 P.M. with the Pastor officiating. The remains will be interred in the Tabernacle Cemetery of Americus directly after the services. The remains will lie in state at the Franklin Funeral Home from 5 P.M. Friday until near funeral time Saturday. The funeral. cortege will be arranged from 3919 Nassau at approximate ly 12 noon Saturday. Survivors include: wife, Mrs. Geneva Terry of Tampa; 2 sons, Mr. Charlie Allendale Terry of Tampa and Mr. Larr y Terry of Americus, Ga.; 6 daughters, Miss Deborah Samp of Tampa, Miss Theresa Terry of Tampa, Miss Wendy Terry of Tampa, Miss Frankie Terry of Tampa, Miss Mary C. Terry of Americus a nd Miss Arin Terry of Americus; mother, Mrs. Annie C. Terry of Americus; fatherln-law, Mr. Charlie Hamil ton of Tampa; mother-in-law, Mrs. Sarah Hamilton of Tampa: 4 brothers, Mr. Walter Lee Terry and wife Barbara of Miami, Mr. Randolph Terry and wife of Americus, Mr. Johnnie Terry and wife of Miami and Mr. Samuel Lee Terry -and wife of Americus; 4 sisters, Mrs. Annie Ruth Wil Iiams 11nd husband Jesse of Tam pa, Mrs. Linda Vickers and bu .. band David ol Miami, Mls1 Shirley Terry of Tampa, and Miss Carolyn Terry of New York City; 3 aunts, Mrs. Ne111e Davl of Tantpa, Mrs. AD.Jl' Baker an4 husband Samuel of Tampa, and Mrs. Almetta Boone of Americus) 2 uncles, Mr Thomas Haywood ol Flint, Mich., and Rev. Eddie Lee Clark and his wife Gladys ol Americus, Ga., and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Mr. Charlie Terry hat been well known throughout the stat e of Florida by his association with the Golden Hawk Motorcycle Club of T ampa. He was consld ere d as one of Tampa's most ex peri e n c ed most exciting motor c y cle riders for numerous years, FRAN KLIN FUNERAL HOMFl will be i n charge of th e complete serv i c es. Card of Thanks TA:VIPA-The famil y of the late Mr J>a lm e r W y nn Sr. send out their sincere thanks and appre el a ti o n f o r the man y a cts of kind d ee ds in their hours or sorrow. S p ec i a l tha nk s to th e many f rlendt and n eig hbors St. M a t t h ew l\1. B. C h u r c h the assist a nt p a stor Re v R osc o e Rogers and the Pug hsley Fune r a l Home Th e W y nn Famil y Card of Thanks T :BlPA-The fam itv of t h e Th ero n J e rry 'ituamall, S r. wishes t o express onr d ee p es t ap prcciat ion t o all o u r f rie nd s for t h r i r thoug h t fuln e s s exp r essio ns ot aymp a lby a nd man y other Christmas At HCC Concert Campus a A f r ee Christ m as Concert wiU be given Dec e mb e r 9 at 8 :00 P,M. in t he Dale Mabr y campus Mall of Hillsborough Community Col lege The t w o hour pro gram is being pres en t ed b y the Tampa O ratori o Soci ety and will be directed by Ro be r t Scott. In addi ti on to the tradit ional caro ls the forma t will featurct soun ds from the Moog synthesi zer. The t>lec t ronic sound tape was put to gether by Fred Bo ck producing effects impossible with ins truments al o ne, Th e program will be informal and is designed to enhance your enjoyment of the Christmas sea son whether you are six or sixty. Community Prayer Band Mrs. Mary Thompson, Pres. Mrs. Tommie M. White, Rept. The Community Prayer Band will meet Tuesday night at 8 ak the home of Mrs. Austin, 2906 Banza. Elder L. Williams is director. Progressive Choir Union Mrs. Mozena Prell. Mrs. Lucinda Owens, Rept. The Progressive Choir Union of Tampa will have business meeting Monday night at 8 at Ebenezer M. B. Church of which Rev. R. Jones is pastor. Miracle Prayer Band Mrs. Sammie Lee Scott, Pres. Mrs. Tommie M. White, Rept. The Miracle Prayer Band will meet Monday night at 8 at the) home of Mrs. Rosa Poushie, 2110 29th Ave Minister T. Calhoun is director. courtesies extended to us during our bereavment. The Tollaman and DeVore families. Card of Thanks TAMPA The family of the late Mr. Jesse Myers Jr. whc expired on Tuesday, November 23, 1971, wishes to express our deepest appreciation to all of our friends for their thoughtfulness, of sympathy ana many courtesies extended to us during our bereavement. The Myers Family, .. ... :-:: ... TAMPA-In m e mor y of our dear si s t e r :\Irs B eatrice Sullhan who passed away D ece mb e r 3 19(i4. Sadly m i'sse d b y h e r si s t e rs, D ea n Dais y, Jewel and f a mil y Memoriam T A:'IIPA-In m e m o r y o f m y bel ove d s i s ter Mn. Lizzi e Cole, w h o d e parted this li f e D ecember 2 UiO. It is only a m e mor y of the flowe r that wa s plu c k e d one year a g o ye t t h e frag r a n ce of the flower still lingers In my hcarL Sadly misse d b y siste r Mamie D e n n a rd and f amily


' &.turday, December 4 1971 BUSINESS NO CREDIT??? Raving Trouble Buying A Car Because you are short on Credil or D11wn Payment? LET ME HELP YOU Call Bill Brown 232-4891 OR SEE ME AT SUN RAY MOTORS 6300 FLORIDA AVE. EMPLOYMEHT Real Estate Salesman Neetled MUST BE REGISTERED. Phone Wilbert Williams Broker. t51-4049. i DING DONG! Jmowt Avoa. Tbat can BIND profit fer you. Avon Repre.entatlves ear11 money telling high quality Avon products Ia their spare time. Need money? Call Avon now: 626-0874. MRS. SMITH 872-324!. Male Help Wanted Men 17. Guaranteed assignment to Europe. U. S. Army accepting applications for mint mum 16 months tour In Europe in infantry, armor and artillery career fields. For complete in formation call Tampa, Fla. 238-7711, Ext. 115, 171, 172. WANTED GO-GO GIRLS. Apply DREA..'\1 BAR 2801 Nebraska Avenue. WAITERS WANTED 'fA1lPA YACHT AND COUNTR\ CLU B. Excellent working con ditions $150 week guaranteed salary, $2 an hour over 40 hours, hospitalization and other fringe benefits. Call Herbert Carrington Sr. Phone 831-1611. J0)3S FOR WOMEN FOR SALE IN BEAUTIFUL RIVE R GRO VE 3 B E DROOMS, % BATHS, Florida room air conditioned, wall -towall carpeting, FHA ftnanclng. HAROLD FRAN KLIN Realtor 879-0560 $50 DOWN BEAUTIFUL 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, carpet, tile bath. Built in-range and oven, refrigerator, chain link fence on large landscape lot. $10,350. Principal ud In terest $68.42 monthly. 110 year, 7 per cent mortgage. DON TAAFFE BROKER 872-2729 or 839-1422 TYPICAL EXAMPLE $50 DOWN BEAUTIFUL THR.EE BEDROOM HOMES with oarpet, tile bath, built In range ud oven, chain link fence and beautiful landscape lots. WILBERT WILLIAMS REALTY %l:t2 MalA st. Phone FHA 235 NEW I AND 4 BEDROOM homet, why rent when you can IHly for less. Call JOE KENNEDY or DAVID DIEQUEZ, 821-3471 or 677-6895. 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For complete In formation call Tampa, Fla. 228-7711, Ext. 115, 171, 172. room fenced yard, nice orange and grapefruit trees, garage could very easily be converted to fourth bedroom or den. Home Is absolutely spotless and Is a steal at $14,500 total price. Call Harold Baker Realty, 988-1252 evening 988-7098. 7838 North 40th Street. 2304 RIDGEWOOD. 3 Bedroom home with central air and heat, w /w carpet, kitchen with range and refrigerator, screen po-rch over looking a beautiful tre e shaded yard. Call John Me Duffie 933-2306 or 238-6428. BOB PINSO N REALTOR. SALE 3604 24th A VENUE Corner Hosue 2 Lots, Fenced In, Well and Pump Small Down Payment N O QUALIFYI NG, BEVERLY INC. 1510 East 7th Avenue 247-2525 FOR SALE_ BEAUTIFUL RIVER GROVE LIKE W:\LKll\G into anot h e r I world lu s h d ecor ia this c h armIng 3 bedrooms 21,-l bath tri l e vel, sunken f a mlly room, s eparate dining room open to enclose lanai, large corner lot overlooking river. $28,000. MAXINE KERN, ASSOC. 232-0223 BROWN REALTOR 933-3976 2337 WALHUT AVE. CLEAN 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, with new double door, refrigerator, stove and partly ed. Upstairs bedroom hu separate entrance with rental po &entiat. Make offer FOR SALE NORTHVIEW HILLS BEA UTIFUL C B HO::\I E I o w down pa) ment. Mus t S l'e t o ll!l precia te. Phone 251-40 49. WILBERT WJLLIAl\IS R EAJ TY, 2122 :\lain Street. FOR SAl,E NO Q UALIFYING 3 BE-DROO M HOUSE 1 bath. $200 down. Balance like rent. 6515 South Himes A ve. Call 258-5151. Healer Sales and Service. Used and Reconditioned 800 I 40th St. PACE TWENTY-mREa PUBLIC SERVICE JA CKSOHN'S STUDIO OF PlAN O PERFORMANCE EXCELLENT TRAlNlNG for beginners and advanced pupils ol all age s Regist e r now 238-729%. McGowan Enterprises, Inc C. 8r M. Furniture Co. MARY CARTER PAINT Phone 247-1531 1920 E 7th Ave. AUTO INSURANCE Before and after all acoldent A. F. KILBRIDE IRS. Vacant Lot Carmen Streell ,____Ph_o_ne_sa_&-_6_62_6 __ 1%01 Marlon Stree& Phone U3-55Sl 60 x 100. Anxious FOR BERT 2403 Lemon Slreel HOME PLUS INCOME I BEDROOMS, CB, air condition ed Home with kitchea equip ment, partly furnished, large Florida Room and separate CB house in rear which Is always rented. Must sell quick. $13,900, Call YOLI CALDERONI 251-6979 or 229-8026 EDWARD VALDES, REALTOR CHERRY STREET Executive Special! CUSTOM BUILT CB HOME and is it pretty Formal li vi ng room and gracious dining room, ov e r. size kitchen family room that must be seen 3 bedrooms and 2 ceramic til e baths, central heat and air. Entire home w.fw car pet e d. FHA-VA financing available Raisin g A Large Family? I HAVE THE HOME for you. 4 b e droom s, 3 baths, huge rooms, thruout. $ 15,000. FHA. Duplex $13,000 FHA FURNISHED WEST TAMPA AREA Presently r e nted. All this on a large lot. CB DUPLEX FHA OR VA $15,000 LOVE. LY TO LOOK AT. Home In Immaculate condition. Plus furnished apartment and possibili ties of 3rd unit. Corner lot. I have key, TAMPA REALTY, INC ISABEL PERRI, ASSOC. 877-6884 Realtors 839-6337 HELP US CELEBRATE THE OPENING OF OUR NEW TA::\IPA BRANCH OFFICE By seeing the excellent bargains below. Large 2 bedrooms, bloc![, concerete block Sultanta addi tlon. $12,000. EXTRA LARGE 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, frame. Ross and Randall& addition $9,500. 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, concrete block In Progress Village $10, 2UO. all with low down, and I o w monthly payments. DON TAAFFE BROKER 872-2729 839-1422 UNFURNISHED APARTMENt 1 Ybor City. 1179-3551. ----FOR RENT 1 BEDROOM Furnlahed and 1 Bedroom unfurnlllbed Apts. 3104 and 3164... lith Avenue. All I utilities paid. $30 week. 258-5_151. Washers and 1 Refrigerators for rent I $2.50 Weekly No Gimmicks Never A Service Charge. Phone 988-9131 7216 40til STREET FOR RENT Clean Painted Houses Phone 251-1645 PUBLIC SERVICE AUTO INSURANCE MMED1ATE COVERAGE at a cost that conespon'ds to your driving history. Jack Berry 626-6194 WIRING ELECTRICAL AND REPAIRS One-Trip Service Trucks nUINBY \a& fLECTRtc 4-A LOULOU OF A DEAL ON CUT-RATE ,LUMBING C-SOL'S TBADIRG POST Same Loeatloa For 11 Yean YMOVE? 3822 E. BROADWAY PHONE !43 FUNERAL. DIRECTORS WILSON'S FUHERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" Phones: 248-6125 245-2032 PUGHSLEY Funeral Home 3402 26th STREET As Impressive as required As Inexpensive as desired Phones 247 or 247 BUSIHESS LEASES AVAILABLE AT TAMPA PARK SHOPPING CEHTER NEBRASKA AT -scoTT .FOR REASONABLE RATES PBONEl 229-1845 SHADY GROVE CEMETERY 4215 E. HANNA AVE. PHONE 626-2332 Wishes. to thank the following distinguished Funeral Directors for using' our services this past month. WILSON FUNERAL HOME RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME : PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME FRAHKLIH FUNERAL HOME sTONE & GORDON I EVANS FUHERAL l EAST SIDE FUHERAL HOME l!! \ t f


PAGE Ia. !Sentinel Hulletln-Published every Tues. and Fri. Gt-t Both Edlti001 Saturday, Dect'mbt'r 4 1971 EVEN SANTA CAN'T BELIEVE THESE LOW PRICES. BUT IT'S TRUE AND WE CAN PROVE IT. STOP BY LARMON'S TODAY. Prices Start AI $166.95 Up Similar to Illustration STEREOS $119.95 Up CHILDREN LOVE BUNK BEDS! This traditional chair Is a pretty accent piece r i any decor. Today Is the -day to get yours! --. .,--PANEL liND BUNKS WAGON Wt-!EEL BUNKS Children love them Jult like the 2 PC. TRADITIONAL UVING ROOM SUITE A traditional living room is perfect for any season any age. This two piece suite tells the whole story. Deep luxury qu!lting on back and seat cushions. So. c9mfortable you won't believe itt Handsome padded arms button decorated back tailoring is superb. Note that the sofa and matching chair are fully skirted. For truly luxurious living buy the traditional styJing. d b d authenhc wagon two rugge tw.n e s, wheel design. lncludet vuard rali and ladder. bunk beds with guard rail and ladder. BUNK BEDS AT Up 3 COMPLETE LUXURY ROOMS PRICED TO SAVE YOU MONEY! 7 pc. living room In sophisticated slim-line styling. 88" Sofa, coordi!l!lting lounge 1chair; 2 walnut finish end tables, cocktail table with carefree plastic tops; Z decorator smart lamps, 8-pc. bedroom in dramatic campaign design. Group Includes .triple dresiler, vertical mirror 4 drawer chest and panel headboard in pecan Quilted --' -. top mattresse and box spring, 2 pillows. 7pc diMtte set incluoos 36x48-60 plastic top table, 8 high back_ cha1rs with comfortably padded vinyl seats and backs. LIVING -ROOM SUITE PRICES START AT $ 9 5 -. -BANKAMERICARD wetcomeJ;iere "IT'S EASY TO PAY THE LARMON WAY" ARMONI 1324-30 E. Broadway PHONE 248-2557 O PEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8 P. M. Plenty Of FREE Parking On Lot In Rear Of Store


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