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Young Tampan Was Eye Witness To Hit-And -Run Death Of Brother Hear Yel This tffice Closes At Noon Every Wed. Arid Sat. :VOL. 24, NO. 104. !! o j t j AMERI(A'S FOREMOST SEMI WEEKLY TAMPA, FLORIDA, TUESD.I\.Y, DECEMBER 14, 1971. Dl two of television's MaDDix. At 108; 'Aunt Has Host Of Friends BOSTON The guest of honor was a late, b\]t when you're 108 years old, nobody minds aitd relatives of Ml's. M_ary Jackson gathered recently at Little Rock AME zjon..;.Church in Roxbury to obsel;'ve her 109LJ:i birthday about 10 days She wasn't officially 109 until Dc'C. 8, but the church waf:: unavailable ne,xt. Sunday, so the festivities were held early. . ,"I feel fine, I feel 1llst fine,'-' Mrs. Jackson said as she arrived at the storefront church: : ''I really do.!' . I '. Mrs-. Jackson, a native of'.Lex lrigton, Ky., came to Boston at the turn of the centu ry and mar ried Beqjamin .. a lawY,er :rnd real estate broker. They had .. n9 children but she has a host o( nieces and nephews ; plus doz-, ens''of friends who, call her :"Mmt Mary". Mrs. Amanda Jackson of Dor cpester, a n"iece with ' whom srie lives, said her a-Unt exercises. for about 20 minutes each morning and active . by walking. a great walker." .. Sentinel Building I o_. Get Aiarnli Electric_Shock Deviie.! Wben the Sentinel Bullef:in bui,Iding was burglarized early Stmday mornhii, it marks the sixth time the newsp aper h a s been broken into since <'fL was established in 1945. In an curb Incidences, the maliage/nent has decided to fully equip the build Ing With a burglar system that Includes an electriC" shock device, -a'nd lnsta11 cross bars . 011 teel frames now wiudG;vs Ia the establlsluDent.

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PACE TWO f"la. :sentinel every Tqea. and Fri. Get Both Edition:; Tuesday, December 14, 1971 The Florida Sentinel-Bulletin from the main office and over $60 Publishinl / Company, 'J:JJ1l 21st in coins removed from a petty .Avenue, was burglarized over the cash drawer in the president's weekend. office. -C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., editor The Investigating officers said of the newspaper, told police of the burglars took the stolen propficers T Lewis and R. Hess Sun-erty out through the point of clay that the business was broken entry. A large electric typewnt_er b1to after being &eCUcred at noon was left in the restroom after tne baturciz.y . . culprits discovered it wu too The thieves broke mto a Mtami large tci take out the wmdow, actype window in an cording to the officers. restroom in the mechamcal de, . . partment, broke a face At_ the bme of pohce reJl:d at gunpoint while in the area of 7th Avenue and Jt>fferson. Alvin 41. !!4th Avenue and Mrs. Lola Orr, 2.'1, 311 Oak Ex Coundlman Faces Charges AUGUSTA, Ga. -A former city councilman who resigned last July before his term was' up, and another man have been jailed here on charges of armed robbery and aggravated assault with intent to murder. Police said a warrant signed by Samuel Blackmon, Jr. 25, resulted in the charges against Gra dy Abrams, 32, the former city councilman, and John Young, 27. Blackmon accused them of taking him to a secluded place, pistol whipping him, and taking his wal" let, about $80 and all his clothing. Blackrrion told police he beiieved his attackers left him for dead. He said he walked naked to a house where he telephone police. Abrams, ..,ho is black, resigned with five months of his term remaining. He said in his Jetter of resignation that he had undergone frustrating experiences as a coun cilman but he did not elaborate. Homver, Abrams is the only announced candidate for mayor in the November 1972 city elec tion. Abrams since has been working as a reporter for a weekly newspaper here. The former city councilman also had filed charges of civil rights violations against two ruchmond County Investigators, but he failed to show up in U.S. District Court to testify He charged he had Nt'ily and iUegally detained Po lice said the incident stemmed from bad checks bul that no charges were ever prosecuted. Street lost $23 in cash, a ladies watch, a silver money clip, a pair of man's boots, a pocket knife and a man's wallet, to the thieves. The knife was later recovered. Mrs. Estelle Gilliams, 39, 2004 Tampa S.treet, complained to po lice Saturday morning that almost $50 in cash was taken from her while she was walking on Pierce Mrs. Gilliams said she was carrying the money in a hand kerchief and the man walked up, snatched it from her hand and ran away the scene Two young men were arrested Friday morning for the theft of $162.33 in cash. Jesse L Myers, 54, 5202 84th Street, said he was at 6802 E. Broadway when Na thaniel Green 22, and Ronnie Lorenro Simmons 21, took an en velope from his car. The two dropped the money on the front seat of Myer s 1964 Chevy and fled the scene after arguing with him. A 24 year old man was arrested Friday afternoon after he took a ladies' wallet containing $81 in cash from a grocery shopping eart. Mrs Euna Merle Kee, 52, 306 E Ross, said she was at a grocery store at 4407 N. Nebraska when Herbert Kilpatrick, 24, took her wallet. He was apprehended by several witnesses on the scene. Joe Waller Again Gets A Prison CLEARWATER -Joe Waller was. sentenced to a prison .term for the second time Friday for his part in the theft of a mural from St Petersburg city hall. The action was an unspectacular winding down of an often spectacular le.gal battle that trav eled from local to federal courts in a four-year period. Waller .,... tall, slender and lightly bearded' stood motion less as Circuit Judge Robert L. Williams sentenced him to six months to three years in state prison on a charge of grand larceny. The theft occurred in 1967 when Waller l-ed a band of militants to St. Pelersburg city hall to rip down a mural depicting blacks entertaining whites at an outing. He said he felt the painting degraded hifl race. Only a handful of his followers were in the courtroom Friday. Some oi his friends, from the Junta of "'Militant Organizations (JOMO) which he headed, have been jaile'd in the past couple of years for various crimes. "This is a dangerous man," said Allen Allweiss, representing the state attorney's office, as he urged Williams to impose the maximum sentence. Moments after Waller was sen tenced, his attorney, Gardner Beckett of St. Petersburg, said an immediate appeal was planned. The action thus continues a long string of legal moves to keep Waller out of jail. Waller was fotmd guilty in May of 1967 and sentenced to si:x months to five years by Circuit Judge Charles Phillips.' An appeal_ was filed in October of 1967 with an affirmation of the convicttoo coming less than a year later. Waller's case was then taken-the U.S Supreme Court. A ruling came back reversing the Circuit Court judgment and vacating the judgment of the appeal court. Waller was tried and convicted again this summer. In handing down the sentence, Williams gave Waller credit for about eight m o n t h s already served in jail. He also was al lowed to continue free on bail while the appeal is being processed. I - -OFFICER SLUCiCiED HIM, HUEY NEWJ.ON TESTIFIES OAKLAND, Calif. -B 1 a c k Panther leader Huey P. Newton has testified. he doesn't remember shooting anybody during a street battle in which he is accused of killing policeman John Frey. Newton took the stand as the f1rst defense witness at his man slaughter retrial Monday and denied that he shot Frey on Oct. 28, 1967. He testified that Frey stopped his car "to harass him," and P.reeted him by saying: "Well, ;_,ell, well What do we have here -the great, great Huey P. Newton." The 29-year-old Panther minister of defense said Frey knocked him to his knees as he attempted to read his rights out of a law i;ook he carried. "I saw the officer pull his service revolver and I felt some thing like hot soup being poured on my stomach. I heard a volley of shots. I had sort of a moving sensation," Newton said. After that, he said, he lo5t consciousness and didn't regain it until arriving at 'a hospital 40 minutes later, with a gunshot wound in the abdomen. The state claims that Newton was fully conscious when he arrived at the hospital in a com mandeered auto. Newton was convicted of manslaughter in 1968, but an appeals court reversed the verdict after he served 22 months of a two-year to 15-year sentence. It held that the judge erred in not instructing the jury that uncon sciousness is a defense againBt homicide. A second trial ended last August with a hung jury. Newton is free on $50,000 bail. The current trial is in its eighth week. Brown Faces Rap Holdup NEW YORK -H Rap Brown and three others have been in dicted on charges of attempted murder, robbery, weapons pos p:Jssesion and assault. The four were indicted on the charges stemming from the hold up of a Manhattan bar Oct. 16 and subsequent gun battle with police. Brown, who is in the Belle'\<'Ue Hospital prison ward recuperating from bullet wounds, was expect._ ed to plead within with a week, either in court or at the hospital. The three other men -S a m Petty, 23, and Arthur Young, 25, both of st. Louis, Mo. and Levi Valentine, 24, of Chicago-are being held in $150,000 bond each ... Brown is a former chairman of the Student Non-Violent Coordina ting Committee and had been sought by the FBI for a yearand-a-half in connection with ar son and incitement to riot charges in Maryland ------HADDAD DISCOUNT 115 FBAIILII STBEET lEN'S FLANNEL MD NYLON ROBES COMPARE AT $4.97 NOW OIILY 297 BOY'S RANNEL SHIRTS REG. $1.00 NOW 2 FOB 100 FOAM FD.LED BED PILLOWS REC. 1.97 IIW BATH TOWELS REG. $1.00 JIOW 2 FOB USE OUB COIYERIEHT LAYAWAY

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Tuesda y, De<:eml:er 14, 1971 FIL Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tuea. and Frt Cet Both Edltlou PACE TUREK Mrs. Dora State PTA Reeder Elected Vice President MRS. DORA Mrs D ora L Reed e r, princip a l ()f Dun bar Sixt h Gr a d e C e nt er, was e l ected Vice Presi d e n t Coordi n ating Comm ittees o n Public Education, at t h e f ort h y e i g h t h a nnua l convent i o n of the Florid a C o n g r ess o f P a r e n t s and Tea chers h eld in D ay t o na Beach Nov e mb e r 161 8 G ove rn or Rube n A s k e w w a s the b anquet spe aker during whi c h the i nstali a t i : n wa s p e rformed by 1\Irs. Lilli e H er:_ndon, National PTA offic e rs. L. REEDER M r s. R e ed e r s son, R o b ert-a fr eshma n a t B et hune-Cookman C ollege -was h e r special guest and share d hono rs wit h her at the he a d table. Mrs. Re e der served the Florida C o n g re s s a s State Ch a irman of Except ional Child Education f o r two c o ns e cuti v e terms. She is also currentl y serving as a member o f the Florida Congress on Hum a n Rela t ions a n d represen ted the state a t a southeastern r egi cna l me et ing held in Atlanta earlier t h i s year. HEROIN PUSHER CASE WILL -GO TO GRAND JURY TITUSVILLE -A controversial case in which a Brevard judge placed a confessed heroin pusher on probation in September is ex pected to go before the county grand jury sometime this week. The case of Reg i nald Tyrone Stone 21, son of NAACP Brevard President Rudy Stone, has re ceived a lot of publicity, primarily because of a running feud over the case between Brevard Sheriff Leigh S. Wilson and County Solic itor Jerry Bross. Bross has alleged young Stone was saved from arrest in a nar cotics raid by a tip from a member of the sheriff's departmeilt and has asked Gov. Reub in Askew s office to invest i gate the m atter. Hilson who asked S t ate Attorney Abbott Herring to call the grand jury into session has charged Bross with poor investi gative methods Sheriff's investigators spent the weekend preparing an investiga tion of Bross's investigation into the case. The charge sheriff's inspector S. R. "Speedy" De Hitt tipped off :::,tone about the raid r:eportedly came from Willie Duchess Swin son, 20, a friend of stone who is serving a prison term for aggra v a ted assault. Swinson was sentenced for ail saulting a sheriff's deputy in the raid from which Stone is said to have escaped. Cou r t of Record Judge Anthony J. Hosemann, Jr., placed Stone on probation after Stone pleaded gu i lty to sale of heroin Sept. 22. Wilson and DeW:tt have been TAMPA CATHOLIC HIGH 4630 N. ROME AVENUE TAMPA, FLORIDA 33603 Announces Applications will be accepted for new students for the 1972-'73 academic school year ONLY on Saturday, December 18, 1971 from 10:00 A.M. to 2 P.M. in the North Building. Parents or Guardians 'Only musl file applications. Application fee: $3 per student. Young T ampan Was Eye Witness To Hit-And -Run Death o f Brother By RO\' PRESSLEY Se ntine l St aff Writ e r Early thi s week. R obert Lowe, 2 1 1113 Grace S treet, gave the S e ntinel-Bulleti n an eye witness version of the t r ag i c h i t and-ru n C.eat h of his brot h e r Eddie John Lowe, 34. R : bert sai d h e and Eddi e h ad j ust left the Hide-A-Way L ounge o n P latt an d W illo w ea rl y Saturday m o rn i n g and w e nt oo t h e Ace Lo u n ge o n N Albany. A fte r stayin g in the b a r for ab ou t thre e minut e s the Lowe brot h e r s, acc o mp a ni e d by LaBonn R e ddi c k started across the s t reet to g et EDDIE LOWE Well Known Longshoreman Shot In Foot CLARENCE BAITY Baity, 55, 1322 Gover nor Street, a well-known Long shoreman was shot in the right foot late Sunday night while attending a movie at the Loew's Theater 1101 N Westshore. Baity told the investigat i ng offleers that he was watching a ruckus between Ellis Walker and a white man The argument pro gressed and the white man pulled a revolver and fired at Walker missing his target. The bullet rang. out th rot."gh the crowd of bysanders and .hit Baity in the ankle Authori t ies at the police depar men t said the men were arguing over a woman but Baity wasn' t part of the quarrel. The mari left t he scerie in a 1972 Grarid Prix wit h witnesses recording t hree possible license numbers of the car. A check of one of the numbers turned tip e.vidence thst a 1972 Pon t iac was owned by Armando Hernandez, 2729 Spruce Stre et. Upon going to t he address the officers wer e told that Hernandez never liv e d there. The case Is s till under inves t igation Bai ty was treated f o r h i s wound at a local hos pital and relea s ed. Bradenton The C ommuni ty Chorus w ill pres ent a Xmas pro gram e nti t l e d The B irt h of Jesu s, Dec. 1 9 at 7:3 0 The publi c is in v ited Mrs E. A H all, dir e ct o r and M r. H ayl e is producer The p rogram will be at Ne w Get h eseaman e R ev. D. L Jon e s Is pa stor. a ccused of. s ee k i ng spe c ial treatment for S tone prio r to s e ntencing . . ,, ,.;.' JO E M cCOLLU:\{ into Eddie s 1966 Olds m o bile This w a s at 2:15. As Eddi e wa s ab out to enter the car on t he d r i v er's sid e all three l:lok e d up ana s a w a c a r speedi n g dow n the a t r e e t at what Rob ert es t im ate d to be 7 5 or 80 miles p e r hour In a n attempt to avoid bein g hit by the f ast moving C ,lll', Eddie ste pped in front of his own car until the car passed The car t hen careened t o the right s t rikin g Eddie s parked ve h i cle on the l e f t r ea r s e nding t he Oldsm o bil e f o r w ard rammi ng into L owe. Robert said he s a w his b r o ther go into the air f r om the imp act o f his own c a r c o me down only t o be hit b y t he c a r a ga in. Ed die s bod y finall y car;ne to r es t wit h his he a d s triking the cu r b s t one oa using sev e re distortbn of his facial f e atures. 'J1he driver of th e o ther car, l ater iden t ified as Airman J o e McCollum 21, left t he scene on ioot b u t l ate r turne d himse.Jt in to police. He was lat e r r e l ease d tmde r $1,000 bond pendi n g furth e r investigation of t h e case Lowe i s t h e fath e r of a y o ung dau g h te r a n d h as six brothers a n d two sisters He was e m p l oye d b y T CE P and is n oted as a coac h for t h e PAL Eagl e s foot ball t ea m Fun e r al s e n r ices f or Lowe w ill b e h e l d Sat u rday at 1 P .1\L a t Beu lah Baptist C hur c h o f whic h Re v A Leo n Lowry is p asto r R ay Willia m s Funera l H o me i s in ch a rg e of arrange m e nts ROBERT LOWE Shot Stealing From Garden Twenty-three-year-old Cornelius Newsome, 2210 N 36th Street, was shot in the side late last Wednesd ay night while trying to get collard greens for "my old lady from another man' s garden. Newsome and Robert James 20, 2801 27th Avenue, were walking near the home o[ Theo Overto'n, 61, 3504 N 29th Str!!et, when : one of therri thought about the garden. T h e two climbed the .fence and were just starting to pick the greens when they heard two gunshets. The men told the police officer!J they jumped across the fence <.nd ran away from the house. After reaching home ; Newsome realized that he had been shot .in the side. He was taken to Tampa General for treatment where he signed a complaint Angela's Trial Set Jan. 31 SAN JOSE ; Calif. The der kidnap and conspirac y trial of Angela Davis is to begin Jan. 3i, and the prosecution pre dicts it may last six months Miss Davis, 27, will be moved to the Santa Clara County jail or a women's jail in nearby Mil pitas sometime prior to the trial. S u perior Court Judge Richard E Amason on Nov. 2 ordered the trial moved to Santa Clara Coun. ty on grounds there was a "reasonable likelihood she could not obtain a fair trial in Marin County scene of the Aug 7, 1970, courthouse shoo t out in whi ch she is charged Cur re ntly she is be i ng held In nearb y Palo Alto. Prosecutor Albert E. Harris, Jr., told a news conf e r e nce after the trial date wa s set Wedn e sday that he pla n s to call 110 w itness es He s aid h e expe ct s the trial oo las t f our to six m ont h s Miss Davis is charge d w ith f u rni s hing fou r gu n s and helpmg p lot an abor t ive esc!tpe a tt empt a t t h e Marin Count y cou rthous e I n whic h a judg e t w o con v i ct s a nd an accom pli ce wer e killed withdrawal forrri freeing his as bailant from all charges. Overton said he was in his house asleep when he was awak ened by the neighbors dogs bark1 ing. He got his .38 caliber revolver and went to the window 111 time to see the me11 in his garden O v erton said l)e w.ent ou and fired two shots not r ealizm:J he had hit one of the lie &!so signed a withdrawal form releasing the two from trespass ing and other charges. Newsome wus treated: at tne hospital and released. The vestigating officers said both coinplainarits were intoxicated a the time of the report. Black Flag Remoted, High School's Closed LAKEWOOD, N. J.-School of. f1cials last weekend closed Lake wood High School after Black Liberation banners, whicjl flew briefly in a number of rooms were taken down. : Dr. William Mackolin, Lake wood s chools or der e d classes su s pended and called an in-service workshop'' later with facul t y student repre sentatives, and administrators. Mackolin said the 1,700-pupil school would reopen Monqay. Teachers to Improve The meeting will reo ommendations for improving the tdne of the high school," he said in a statement . "The faculty will spend today in workshop sessions aimed at improving present con dilions In the high school." A handful of the black red, and green Lib eration flags were posted In cla s srooms used by Lhe Black Culture C lub, which held a series of speak-ins on t he flag and its significance earlier this week wit h b o th black and white r;t udents But Prin cipal George Gamvas ord e red the fla gs taken down following W e dne sd ay ni ght's PTA open ho. u s e when the banner& we re r e p ortedly f ound fly ing ;n s om e c lassro oms.

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C. .BLYillE ANDREWS F011Dt1er and PublUiter C. JIL\"lliiE ANMEWS, & Ellecuil'N Editor VIce Prelillent-'Productr. MU. ROSE atUK:HF'O!IID Vice JP..ellillelit-'SocletJ .JGHNm' JACOBS Vioe .:ro Jll'l' J'IC'm' iGife edifton. .... per :year llJDII edlfiGU De Fl!lid Is 0. Jtst A,artheid G.ae .qiai.i. d. Umted fN,8liJimls' llaa everwW .-...,. ..,..Wifllll ..,.,Iut!ona 'll'im .... South .Africa, du...... 'VI&rious pres iucl If -emlu"'ge on mlli!tary arms. The a,pproved .,Y the UN., called en athlete5 net to .. por.t'S .acitivjjj;y is practiioed. 6hould eo 'for also. 'l'wa ...... retlllilu : fi'ons ealftec!l 1m lal:mr 'lft'liiens the _.... !OW!Il' te dJaoiDe d 'o why he left tlw boarti. Area Ne.4MiuioiiiY Mrs. Susie l'adjett, Chairman Area 4 of :the T.ampa 'Floddr. 'Missionary 'Society will ha.v.e their Jrrst meetiJW 1&r this oonierence year. The meeting will be .lleld .SS!amdl\y at 10 at Mt. Carmel .AMm: Church. !1!iNIUlring on JllUlir.&m end iiB .'Sititing with details ar.e Mmes. !h\lk!w 'Sanchez, Cancerina Mantin, !Morris, Emma Euttton, @ates, Dinah ..King, 'Mary : ftdfirn:an, Murelean Center., Cy.n'thia i(il(ilter, 'Mattie Roberts, ftea. i6ha 'Williams, Aurtis ;y,,.ilson, huriml Brooks, Fnriklin Hall, j)j};wjl;}m Carter, Ethel Br-osdnu;, Maggie Telmon, Bessie Peyton, "Evelyn Jane$, C. l!>. l.Jazier and Helen .Jackson, Bte:v. :A. D. Bur ton, G. ,J, Gates, C. C. iBr.noks, .John Oery, :c. D .Lazier, .L. JR. Br,own, 'A. iL. Ly.br.and, :flr.ank .Rodro.ii-uee, .a. :c. Millman and Handy iilord. dl:.ll :membel:s e11e IIHiked lio ibe tJl'e811nt len a.n-.. a..s list '!len :.studena 'fl'om Flor.ida 'li'!T10ng 'l'J6 students Who earned ,_ ,gra6e jiOint ..o'f !!.'! ,t>r 1ix't : at 'TalladQp Uollege, "'htba m11 in :semester 1971 ttl'e the current to !lhe Dean's Ust .:oem>by Dr. \Cohen T. Simpson, Dean l1f lnsil'uction. .Dade Ci!Jy: Dorothy Johnson, p;yoh01t!gy, eenio.r; Miami, Anna 'Sle<\Jenson, IBhtglish, senior; P:almetm: sociolQE'Y, eenior; Kyrel Broxton, :eophomore; QUincy: Menee Jones, psycholQgY, tmi.ior; Riviera Beacb: DeOOrah Lundy, elementary edu catiDn, senior.; Tampa: Johna Bella tuld116w!;, music, fotlrth year; James Dixon m, hlstory, 11enio.r; Juanita Padgett, pbys i cal education, senior; 'Sherman Up'Bhaw, aopho!Jl{)r.e. Mt. lion (hoir No. 2 Rolle. Mrs. C. Ha.yes Rept. 2 choir of Mt Zion 'M. B Church, Re\ B J. Jones, paslor, have Hl and next !'uescay. Dec. 21. Choir rebesrsal -..ill resume f!iBill on II!. TueMfay, Deeemher 141 lf7l TALLAHASSEE -educators and auministr.ators trona vaniaus parls df the nation 'heaa. linBti the Teache-r Education .Qm. ference for Black Colleges and at "FJ:nr.i&. AD r(irii 'Versity m>ec. :11Hl4' The conference, s,POnsored jaintb' lb._y the '!Edu Cfltion JB.oar.d CEREB. and will be diviled into fi:w! ogeneral sessions, headquarter-ed in 'Gooe Education Cerrl:er t>n calJ\PUS. The first -general "SesSion got underway at 2:'00 ;p:m on nee. 13 with 'P.atil '!:l. Mohr, c1r.iirman Of 'the conference :and &an a! the School oi 'Eldutatioo lilt pre5iding. 'Fie was 'followed wi'th welcomes 'from 'Dr. 'Robert 'B. 'Matm, charrcellur df the state vnir. '!tenjamin 'L. "Pei:cy, Jr.., ;pnlB ffient Fi\'MU. '!l'he first nf the .omiferenae, .entitle(! ''The 'Cmitributim . -:&elly.. -aciate dean, college of Education, Uni!lif P.sttllhllllih :spoke on "ll."he lllem:her in a MUlti-Cultural '!locfflty and Il'll'PlroatiO!tll 'for Black Colleges." ''E>r. L. E. Boyd, Divi sion of .and Psychology, MOI'lliB iBrown 'College, Atlanta, was kick-dff the second day of activities at 8 :30 a m. Dec. 14, as the ;presiding officer. He was followed by Dr. Pe.arlie Dove clulinnan, -of Education. Clark College Atlanta, who talked on "Interrrali:z.ing the Education Program: New Direc tio ns New Careers." Seutllenaldloes Singers The Southern Echoes Gospel Singers '\\'ill render a program Ita Haills City Sunday at a at St. Psul M.B Church of which fk>
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Taesday, December 14, 1971 Fla. Sentinel Bulletla-PuDiished every Tue. and Fri. Get Both Editions PACll FIVI Blacks Capture Control Of Florida Town's Government GRET:-i.\ -Cntil September there were no blacks registered to v11te in this way stop town In ?I; Florida"s Gadsden County bnt this week blacks captured cootrol Df the t6wns g6vernment at the ballot box. A 2-to-1 black majority Tuesday Misted the white mayor, two wbite couacilmen and a white town clerk, repladng all with blacks. L'nseated by a v6te of 111 to !H was )(ayor A. W. WatSOII Jr. who had claimed, Blacks are too lazy' to register to vote. Valdosta, Cia. Funeral services for Rev. Ray mond Martin was held Dec. 11 at Et. Timothy A.J."\IIE Church. Rev. N. H. Bradwell is pastor. The eulogy was given by Bishop E. L. Hitchman. Earnest Barkley, Jr., !7, all employe at the State :\lental Hos, pita! at Cbattacbooche. and a part-time college student became the new mayor ol the town of 2,500. be working for the people -not just oae side, but for all of the people ill Gretna," Barkley said. Barkley conceded that he will probably face "a little ment" from the wbite communi ty but said he l1 not concerned. '"There's some resentmnt on both sides," h4l said. "But I'll try to gain the people' confidence with my st ands on the Issues." Negroes William Blair and Wal ler Smith alsct won councU races, giving blacks a 3 to % majority on the council. An active voter regisiratie11 drive sponsored by tbe Natioaai Association for the Advancement of Colored People spurred the up-. surge ill black registration. Bethel Baptist 808 Sh&rl Emory Stnet Rev J. L. Overstre-et, Pastor Mn. Lillie :\1. Reporter Sunda y school began at 9:30 a. m. The l esson was taught by the teachers. The superintendent presided. The a tt endance was very good. Morning worship began at 10: 43. De votion was conducted by :\Ir. Alford and Mr. N. D. Jones. Music was rendered by the Har monettes JuniQr ushers served. The sermon wa.s de livered by the pastor who chose for his theme, "Searching For New Hopes In Jesus.'' Following the sermon the Overstreet family connected them selves to the church At five o'clock in the afternoon the Harmonettes presented their annual musical. This concert was most beautiful in every way. Mrs. Justine Carr, Mrs. Elmira Curry, and the president of the choir, and all the members deserves much praise for a job well dooe. All auxiliaries will resume their schedule of rehearsals and meetings for the week The Christmas rehearsal will be held from 4 until 5 Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and Saturday from 10:30 until 12. All participants are 86ked to be present. (ocoa Morning worship at Mt Moriah AME Church began at H:OO a.m. with tile pastor Rev. 0. H. Houston in charge of devotion. Rev. Tookes assisting:. Prayer by Mr. Icaas Johnson. Solo by Betty Payne. Missionary offerina by the choir No. The sernron was de livered by Rev. John L. Wallace and his text was taken from St. Matthew 24 : 14. Thera were no joiDet"S. Evening .services began at 3:45 with the same cltoir and organist. Prayer by .Mr .Joimson 'The .termon was. de!livered by Rev. Tooke.& and tiae was: "Wbat most I oo to be sawd. There was onejoiner, hi& name was Eugene Ward. The snvices the entire day a success.. Gospel Missin Prayer Band Deaeoa Lcnmlie Simmons, pre3. Mrs. Willie Bell WiUiams, rept. The Gespel Mission Prayer Band will meet Wednesday at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Alice Gordon, 3607 E. Buffalo Ave. All are asked to remember the sick and shutIns. !lings Yoa Wd Know M.--. BIB WOOD OF BEDFORq!f!., WHO ESCAPED TO CANADA. JN 1849 HEPUBLISHEOHtS .. ....... LIFE STORY PLEADfNGTHEABOLITJON-1ST CAUSE. BY 1851 HE HAD ORGANIZ THE REFUGEES' HOME BUYJNG .. > SOME 1300 ACRES OF LAND FOR. THE SETTLEMENT OF ESCAPED SLAVES .liN ii'A.-r"NOo A NATJO;lAL : .-.,.,.-'1--. COUNSELOFNEGRO QUESTION OF AFRJCAN COLQNIZA!ION. : MRS. WIMBISH ASKS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TAX ST PETERSBURG -A pro posal to tax residents of St. Petersburg to pay for free publlo transportation is being put into final form for legislative action by Vice Mayor C Bette Wimbish. !\Irs. Wimbish said Wednesday her plan will call for some kind of tax on utility services-similar to the tax levied years ago to support the then-Mound Park Hospital and is still on the books feeding the city's general revenue fund. If Pinellas legislators reject her proposal, Mrs. Wimbish said _,he will ask them to re-introduce a bi!l for a St Petersburg resort tax and earmark the revenue for transportation Mrs. Wimbish's proposal fol lows a recommendation by the White House Conference on Aging calling for a free transporta tion system for the elderly. "I have been walking on egg shells with this plan for free transportation, thinking so m e would say it was a move toward socalism, but I maintain it is a service we owe the people of St. Petersburg and It should not atways be self-supporting," Mrs. Wimbish said Once the city Is no longer bur. dened with the need to take i n money from Its transit system, Mrs. Wimbish said the curreut system could be jacked up to provide the kind of efficient serv ice that '1\ould attract riders. "Right now the management Js FO concerned about m a king transtt pay for itself and th a t is ths reason fo1 route changes whk.1 totally confuse the public," shl! said The vice mayor has blame d a recent change in routes for the failure of an experiment in lowe r bus fares City Manager Raymond Harbaugh has reported that ths city s transit system has increased its deficit because of a reduction in bus fares to 15 cents during certain hours With a free transit system, Mrs. Wimbish said more buses could be added to the city's fleet to bee[ up the system by establishing more routes, and more buses l() routes already established. "II it were free, I would like to think it would attract just about everybody," Mrs. Wimbisll said. Second Negro Appointed To Little Cabinet Post In Florida TALLAHASSEE Gov. Reubin Askew Friday named Dr. Claud Anderson as his eduoatioo coordinator and a member of bis "little cabinet," the secood Negro to get a top job in his l!ldmmi:!ttra-tion. Anderson will take leave of absence as profe550r of .social foundations at Florida A ok M University to join the governor's staff Jan. 1 at $20,000 a year . Last winter Askew named Mrs. Athalie Range, a formerMfami city commissioner, as affairs secretary. Slle wM thefirst black ever to head a department of state government. No othe.r Florida governor bad a Negro as a member of his little cabinet. Dr. Anderson has been working in the governor's office on a parttime basis since September when Askew's first educatiooal coordi------------Peace ProgessiYe pt, 2&2S E. Lalie AveDUe Rev. E. A. TOdd. pastor Mrs. Lorene C alheJitl, rept. Sunday school began at 1() with Mrs. Ol!Je Todd serving as Sb!pt. All teachers were at their posts. Morning service began at 11:00. The St. Petersburg group was m charge of de-votion. Mrs. Miller delivered the sermon and Mt. Tabor ushers served. Evening service began at 6 with the same order of service. Mrs. Ga;rrie Davis was at church on Sunday after being ill f{)I" sometime. The Junior choir and ushers will; have rehearsal on Eaturcfay af. ternoon. SISTER nator, Wilham Maleoy, was named executive secretray of the nor's Citizen.s Couneil on educa tion. Maloy was Gov. Claude Kirk's education adviser. Dr. Anderson moved to Flerida in 1971) from Detroit, Mich., where he was a C'OOII5t'ior at Wayne County Community College. He bokts bacllelors, master's and doc torate from Wayne Stat& University. He had been a Detroi public school teacher for n i n years. rwst Baptist O.ch Rev. B. 7. Wlfltann, PMtoar Sunday began at !J:J() with the acting superintenden1;, Mrs. Odessa Roberts, in charge. Rev. Williams reviewed the les son. The Joofor Choir No. 3 and the Youth. Usher Boord served far the da:yys services. Rev. WH1iams br-ought tlire momlng and evenm g mesaages. Siilek list, Dea:oon Parku and Mrs. Dorothy Young. Evemts, Wednesmy night, pray. er meeting and Bible study. Servkes-WeTe very good at all chu,rcbes in the The foiLowing are oo the sicl'c: list: Mrs Lolllise Mrs. Daisy 'l'urnev, Mrs. Carrie Howard, Mr. John corey. "The c-ommunity is in with Mrs. Rose Herron and fam iliy in the passing of her husband Mr. Abner Herron Rev. H. Nichols, pastor and Mrs. Mary rept. OKA FOR. APPOINT I BFADEI AID ADVJSIII I I I I I L Are you unhappy? Worded? BavtnJ uoabte at Is your married Ufe h you lofed cnte Clue ttt Jeu! Are you a faiklre-ht BttsiDeB&? yCJW liaandally weormtl'? Are .yoa sick aDd lao bad heaWJ? Dct yeu kii8W yow fttely day aiMI aunlbft? 0.. vistt C. me-&ad i wtR ycnr that yoa ean be helpe4. .tbk tltfte wfl& ltave beeR to see me God has pvet1 me tlrese gifted powen to ftefp v01r. COME SEE ME NOW -LATER MAY BE TOO LATE. OPEN t A.M. TO 8 P. M. W. KENNEDY BLVD. I I I I I I TAl'IPA, FLORIDA 33609 CLIP THIS AD FOR INTRODUCT()RY READING J ------------

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l i\GE 51 Fla. Sentinel Bulletln-Puhlished every Tues. anC:I Fri. Get Both Editions :MDAA CHRISTMAS PARTY Members of the Medical and Dental Assistants Association hit ori. a new method of exchanging gifts t>his year. Instead of the usual pre-party name pulling, they put a $5 limit on gift buying, and when members arrived at the party a number was put on the gift they brought. When gift giving time came around, each member drew a number and received the corresponding numbered gift. There were 11ome nice surprises and everybody went home happy. Mrs. Lula Sumpter received a few extra gifts. She waa the lone birbhday celebrant. All this holiday fun was Saturday night at the home of the pre s ident, Mrs. Nellie Bythewood, and members there beside Mn. Bythewood and Mrs. Sumpter were Mesdame1 Theressa Huntley, Teze Murray Elols Welch, Annie Walker, Bessie Pearl Bunton Hat-tie Da,ls, and Ann Glymph. . The guest li s t i ncluded Mr. and Mn. Samuel Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williamt, Frank SermOn, Mr. and Mrs Otis Harper, 1\lr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mr. and Mn. Albert Brantley Mn. CJ'ymogline Washington, Mr . and Mn. Wallace Langston Mr1. Louise Herron, Mn. Gwendolyn Goodwin, 1\ln. Wanser, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Wllllama Jr., WUIIam Bryant, Mr. and Mn. Lee Cutfy, Walter Higgins, Mn. Ann Hunter, Raym.oDd McCloud, Jamea Built ley ,Henry Davis and Joe Poe. ATTEND CLASSIC Among Tampans drivi ng to for the Orange Blossom Clas a i c Saturday were W. 0. Morgan and Orren Mor gan. They were guest s of Mr and Mrs. Talmadge Nelson in Fort Lauderdale. MASONIC LODGE HAS ANNUAL BANQUET The interi or of the Shriners Temple on 29th Street was w i th holiday lights and colors for the annual banquet giv en by St James Lodge No. 5. Members of the lodge at t he nice affair were Altert Adams, Worshipful Master; Willie Campbell, junior warden; Arlee Vickers, sen ior deacon; Walter Dunbar, treasurer; Lonny M ay berry, secretary; Edward Pollard, jun io r stteward ; Edward Jol : n s on, senior s t eward ; Henry Wiggins, tyler ; and Bud J a ke Sutton, 11ick committee chairman. Among the banqu e t guests w ere James Givens, Charlie Simpson, Continued on Page 7 cookinn 0 ROSALIE h vU SCOTT, ln STAFF ,-. ASSISTANT BY (}ffOJtg CARNATION HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR Greet the sunny morn with Sunday Coffee C ake. Sift c:1ry ingredients and blend nut mixture the n ight be4 fore, if desired. Next morning, combine cake and hake. Velvetized evaporated milk makes the cake rich and moist. For additional recipes, order the new Carnation's Easy-Does-It Cookbook. Send $1.00 with youl.' name, address and zip code to: Home Service Department Carnation Company Box 50 Pico Rivera, California 90660 SUNDAY COFFEE CAKE CMal
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Tue&day, De<:ember 14, 1971 Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri. -Gt'!t Both Editlona PAGE SEVEN DRESSED UP FOR CHRISTMAS PARTY Kanga and Roo, and this handsome couple :are rNtdy for a -party in the latest looks from the Winnie-the-Pooh Collection in sizes 3 to 6x. The color story for both children is grape-a rich pur ple. She tops doubleknit skirt with a tunic brightened with pink in a zingy giant' tattersall check. His uncut corduroy sportcoat the im portant wide lapels and buttoned flap pockets and Is paired with striped, Perma-Prest jeans. Today is a big one for Charlene Denise Thompson. It is her birthday' and she is seven. 'charlene, a second grade student at Tampa Bay Boulevard Eementary, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson, 2735 Spruce Street. F1olks at the Sentinel-Buletin were so pleased to receive a Christmas greeting from Sp-6 Arthur Lucas, who is on duty m Vietnam. There was a special letter for Miss Rose. Arthur was asking her to say happy birthday to his mother, Mrs. Trunell Gates who will be celebrating her natal day on December 25. Arthur won t be home, but he sends his love and said he hopes to be arriving home on March 20 . Mr. Gerald Syms observed his 76th birthday on December 5. He resides at 1515 Union Street, Apt. 415. On the same day, little Francis Williams was enjoying her 5th birthday. Francis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon :Malcom, 1554 Unjon and to the NeighlloJ,"hood servi}:e Day Care Center in: Our little friend, Sabrina, l'{elson Denver, Colorado. will be 4 on wishing You A Happy Birthday By MISS ROSE CHARLENE THOMPSON December 16. She is the dayghter of Mi-. and Mrs. Carlton Nelson Sandra Gail Williams of Plant City had another birthday on December 1. Sandra Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ._Kelly, B. Williams, and granddaughter of Mrs. Reatha F'. Williams. Also receiv ing greethtgs on December 1 was Mrs.. Willi sister,. Mrs. Essie F. Jones, 1107 Nassau Street. Another nice lady whose birthday is this month i!! Miss _Peggy Jean Thomas, 1506 Main Street. Four Florida Students Attend Ohio State TALLADEGA, Ala. Two Tampa seniors at Talladega College, Miss Sally Holt, psychology major, and James Dixon III, history major, along with Miss Anna S-tevenson, English senior from Miami, and Miss Menee Jones, psychology senior from Quincy, traveled to Cofumbus, Ohio to participate in a Graduate Visitation Day December 6 hosted by Ohio State Univer sity. Others in the selected group from Talladega were English sen ior Elizabeth Snyder of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Dr. Carl Stock ton, chairman of the history department. All the students met a basic requirement of a 3.0 aca demic average or better. Dr. Stockton, in his second year on 'hlladega qllege fac!llty, his Ph.D. degree from Oxford, England, and continues with his torical research and MIRRORS OF SOCIETY By BE\'ERLY (Con-tinued 1-' rom Page '> Johnny Williams, Johnny Williams, Jr., Wlliam Wise, William dors, Rubin Chavis, Samuel Bolden, James Laseter, lr lh:ir sick and shut-ins on December 23. Mu. Cancerina R. Marti.:, r :1 chairman, is reminding members to bring gifts Sunday and leave them in a receptacle at the door. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION HAS PARTY The Blake High School Adult Alumni Association has had its annual Cqristmas afafir. The scene was the American Legion Home, and )he beautiful fruit centerpiece for the table was donated by Mrs. Linda Gilchrist. EnjOying the pleasant evening were Henry Ballard, principal; Thomas Ward, vice president; l\Irs. Cassie Jones, secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, assistant secretary; Mrs. Alveta Harris reporter; Mrs. Linda Gilchrist, Miss Carolyn Williams, 1\Ir. and 1\Irs. Miles Glass, Mrs. Thomas Ward, .James Anderson, Jimmy Gil christ, Mrs. Rose Martin, Henry Lester Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Brandyet Williams, Mrs . Clara Sue Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Widler, 1\Ir. and Mrs. James Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wal ker, Mrs. Flossie Isaac, Miss Louise Burks, Willie Dorman, Walter Hitchman and Mr. aitd Mrs. Josepil Cooper. Due to an illness, the president Rufus Rand was unable tQ attend. PASTOR REAPPOINTED Elder A. Ellis, pastor of the First Born Church of the Living God in Wimauma, will continue his work there and has also been appointed to the church in Arcadia which he pastored for 10 years He has been away for 7 years, and lc:>ks forward to working with old friends a ga'in. Elder Ellis was also reappointed Diocese Youth Council 'president of the SOuth Florida Diocese which is comprised of 6 districts SEND SEASON'S GREETINGS To avoid overh1oking any friends or. neighbor in sending son's Greetings, call the Simtiner:Bulletin and inquire about th& easy way to s 'ay" "Merry Chris tinas" to' friends wherever they may live. NO:TES FROM. TAMPA CLUBS Four Model Cities meetings 'are being held tOnight at 7:30. THll MODEL CITIES NEIGHBORHOOD COMMiSSION BOARD OF DI RECTORS is meeting at the Community service Center, 3410 N 22nd Street; AREA V is meeting at t he Lake Avenue Branch Of. fice, 3310 E. Lake Avenue an AREA I meeting will be in session at the Ybor Branch Office, 1509 8th Avenue; and CLUB 13 is meeting at the Commtmi'ty ServiCe 3410 N. 22nd THE AREA II .YOUTH GROUP is meeting Wednesday at 7 P, M. at the Nebraska AieilUe Branch Office 2726 Nebraska Avenue; and at 7 ;30 Wedneday', CLUB 17 members will meet at the College Hill Elementary School Auditorium, 1714 E Lake Avenue. Notes. Fro m Tampa Lodges GUIDING LIGHT CHAPTE-R NO. 31 0. E. S. will have their an nual Christmas party Saturday night at 8:30 at the residence of Mrs. Ruby McDowell, 4220 Union Street. Civil Service Opportunities APPLY1 COUNTY-ROOM 273, COUNTY COURTHOUSE CITY HALL CITY Bus Operator, $5,720 to $7,092 per year. High sohool gl'\aduation, plus two years experience in the operation of heavy automotive equipment. Possession of a valid Florida chauffeur's license, Must have good driving record and be in good physical condition. Ages 23-45 inclusive. ContinuoUI recruit ment in this field. BOOkmobile i>riverJ.,J4,308 to $5,394 per rear mtPI IChool graduation, plus one year of ex perience as a Library As.sista1't. Maximum age is 50. Contirru:us recruitment in phis field. Bridge Operator I, $4,792 to $5,840 per year; grade edu cation, and six months. of ex perience in the operation a n d maintenance of electi-i6al equipment or machinery. 55 'years ol age ia Contiriuous reo cruitment 1A

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PAGE EIGB'l RECEIVES $15,000 CAPITAL GRAIT DAYTONA :BEACJI -sh01!fa aeove Mr. B. V.auar, Jr., Market Sc1eDce D'MiiaL .. lllaaager, C.ulf 011 U.S.A., .ttreaeatlq Dr. Ricimrd V. flae _.... ill pad ef JDeft fila. $1 Jiiillien t1111t G.v will .._ Moere, Preslt1ent d. Betlluue-COOkma Celleee, a craat of ldiMile Ma ,_.. h M4 iHtitt1tien fll .ea.cau.. $15,000 wbne Mr. E. F. McCormiCk, ::Jr., Salel ll:ej(lre.eataitve; Day-lor a variety cr1 .-111 kina Beach, Gull OU. U.s.A .. Joeb ... The p:aat plilae .ef the b all efied lfe tMIIIht Dr. Moore atldea tJae gaDt w111 1M! .. ,.. ie tile xepak-:&ad J.dit .... ta a=firirrtei retliiireiiMlllfa, io repiM!e ,-enovatioll of the JlarriiOJI Bhodea Memorial l..Anary ,_. tile Seelal W'&p .... et di 8Dd/er to eqNIIId tle'l"'rices. ,Rep. Claerry, New 'Radical' In House TALLAHASBIEiE -The Florida Legislatures .first black woman representative, Gwen Cherry, D Miami, is malting a name for hocself at the state capital and Sbe'11 1he first to admit it: ''I feel I'm here, among otller :things, for womPn's rights. My bllls cause comment around here . I guess I am more radical than the other wGmen legisla tors," -said the 48-year-old mother of two, who. won her house seat just -last year. Excepticnally well qualified for .rOile as : a woman Jegi.s!ator, :M:.rs. Cherry (husband James is in charge of adult education in Dade County) was a te.lche!r for 20 years and has been lawyer for five. And her house interests rEflect both professicms. "I'm concerild about education -I'd especially to see a netof child care centers throught.he s tate," she s tated. "Peodon't seem to realize the first f:\e 5ears a chil!}'s life are the mo!lt impSS. not onlv !liTline. but u 1\IN;. Cht>rry put it. "Sometlling demeaning. democaliz 'ng and dehumanizing_"' "Tns NOW \Na t J :-nal Organizati0n for Women) il:ch brought the suit against National." she explained. "LTnfortunntely, the temporary we sought was not e.ranted, but aur cawt date to pin a permanent i!ljtmetion is set in Miami Dec. 2.2." What are NOW's cluipoes of wiwl.ing the swt? "Abol:lt 50-00," Mrs. .Cbercy &miiled. Qhild care ad judicial _reform aren't her only causes. Mrs. Cherry js on the band wagGn for several other issues, amang them capital pnniShment, priscm reform, women's rights, abolition :Of pay toilets llild tl:le licensing of boat Gpera tor,!l. "I introduced only one bill dur ing tae last session of the legislature and it was the only one on capital punishment," she stress. ed. "There's no place in our so ciety today for killing people, even if it is within the law. Life imprisonment is the answer." Her thoughts on prison reform are just as definite-perhaps due to her minor In criminology from Florida S-tate University. "Our state prison system is ar chaic. We must upg!rade the pri son employes and the way to do that is to increase salar.ies and require higher education," she said. She also says she has visited Florkla's three maximum security prisons, Raiford, Loweil (for women. mld Apalachee (for first offenders.) A riot at any one of them at any time is entirely pos sible, she About WBmen "s rights? Mrs. Cherry s;miles, a twinkle in her eye, and replies, "I'm hoping to get our lecislators to take a more humanistic attitude about women's rights next session." As "My stand is for !l)tal repeal of abortion Jaws, of ., Gwen Cherry obviously practices what she preaches. She's a member of the Women's Political Caucus. which organized last fall in Miami to women to run for political office. "It's the only way to make drastic changes." she said. "'\\"e must thE' ft"malt" vo:IDg p::ri'."E'T -53 per naticmally and ;16 per in Florida-be{'ause we need all the human we can find to soln our pmb!ems."' Sht>'s alro i n young people. c>rganized Cherry's Cadre for high school studen t s ::nd Cht"rry"s Cc>rps for college stu dents last year. About of them sre 5elect-ed each yUr to go to to help ont in offices." .She e% plmned. "llt':S a -good way io in valve them m the they're fascinated with the political Her .own cW:ll:lreil m-e Mary Emabeth a student at Florida A.&M and W.illia.m .Banlett, wilil the Army in V:i!I"gin:ia. ''Gwen is an active member of the House who makes her voice heard up here," said .one veterlm capital observer. "She's got guts. I:Iow many other representatives do you think would get up and introduce a biU to eliminate pay toilets? Not many, '!nit it's an issue that came to her attention and she's doing something 'about it. "That's the kind of gal she is," be added. I eddy Choice, Poll Says CHICAGO Results of a poll conducted by Magazine here show that Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., is tile favored Presi dential candidate among black voters in Amedca. Kenne4y f.a:r outpaced all other potential candidates with 30 per cerit of the blacks polled f11vor.ing him. Sen. Hubert D-Minn., was second with .1!2 per oent, New York Mayor John Lindsav was third with 17 per cent. Nilron ran a seventh with a !i per cent. Also ahead of Nixon were Sen. Edmund 1\Iuskie, D-Me., Sen. George McGovern. D-S.D., and .farmer Sen. Eugene MeMinerity Prisel \Vll..LIA:MSBURG, Va. Fol lowing similar recommendations by Chief Justice Warren E_ Burger and Atty. Gen. John N_ 11it chel. corrections officiJils fmm across the nation agreed unanimously We-dnesday on the need increase minority employment i:1 corrcc:::::a insJtuti:ns_ Concluding a three-day confer ence. 1 he c :L cic.ls said that the employment of more minori:y perSOnnt'l co:lld mproYe services :o !hi' large nu::nbc:-s cf in The offici:lls <:;.5C w i I b -------Peaas,tn.illaptists PmLADEU'mA -The .Rev. DmiUs Myers, president of the N&rlheast P:hilade'lpbia N A:ACP Bra11cll, two weeks after -sLaie's sao Baptist ministers over wBelmingly el!ldar.sed tbe ciiil rights organization's membership :eampaign, reparred that "we are rnovdng and interest sinoe tibe &i'W! begSl'l ., EX]llaining the reason for his cnthtlSiasm, Mr. said that the churches are capable of reaching a large number of peo. rple. Furthermore, the president of the Baptist State Convention, the Rev. William H. Anderson is a staunch Supporter uf t b e NAACP and chairman of a spe-.. cial membership committee. Mr. Anderson. a member of the Northeast Philadelphia NAACP Branch, is a life member of the Association as well as is h;s church, the Northeast Baptist. Mr. Anderson formerly resided in Greenville, .S. C., where he was an active civil rights worker. The CtJmoention designated December 19 NAACP Church Sunday in Pennsylvania. Each church will be organizing a to solicit memberships. BIKk Naval Hero Is Rememlteretl CHICAGO-Judge Archib&ld J. Carey, Jr.. and Mrs. Henrietta Miller, mother of black Workl War II Navy hero Dory MilE', attended the dedication Tuesday of a 2,000-man enlisted man's housing complex at Great Lakes Naval Training Center named aftler the hero. The dedication at 3:15 p m. honored the memory of the serviceman who on Dec. 7, :'lritcbell"s recommeru:lation that the prosecution in selected cases be deferred 10 avoid =criminalizlt.ion of offenders. They als urged a complete separation of pret.rial detention centers from correctional instituti
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Tueaday, December 14, 1971 Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tuea. and Frl. Get Both Editions MASONS ENJOY ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BANQUET St .. James Masonic Lodge No. 5 hosted their annual Christmas banquet last weekend. The party area was delightfully decorated with lights and colors of the season. Members from left are Bud Sutton, sick committee chairman; Willie F. Campbell junior warden; Albert Adams, Worshitl ful Master; Arlee Vickers, senior deacon; and Theodore Day, senior GUESTS AT MASONS' CHRISTMAS PARTY The annual Christmas dinner given by St. James Masonic Lodge No. 6 was an event of December 4. Og,_ the guest list were, from left, James Bm'ri:es, Willie Sherman, Rev A. L. Brown, James L. Warren and Charles Person. COUNTY BUS DRIVERS AT CHRISTMAS PARTY A Christams party for Hillsborough County school bus drivers was an event of Friday even ing at a Holida y Inn. Enjoying the evening were, from left Barbara Cornelison, Willie Brantley, Eunice Hill, Pearl Hasty and Bernice Henry. CHRISTMAS PARTIES GATHER STEAM The ru s h of Christmas parties cont.lnues to gather steam as the holida y nears. This is a scene from the General Telephone party last weekend Guests from left are Jack Johnson, Mr. and l\Irs. Famous Flo y d, :\Irs. Hildreth Fleming and Mrs. Daisy Jenkins, SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS CONFER A conference was held recently at Jackson Heights Ei .ementary School for elementary social studies teachers. Material Is being evaluated by, from left, Miss Martha Clewis, Consultant, Harc ourt Brace Social Studies; Mrs. Emma Grace Moyle, Elementary Curriculum Supervisor; and Mrs. Hazel S. Harvey, Elementary Cur riculum Supervisor. ------------------------JON ES SAN A NTONIO Airman William Jon e s III, son of Mrs. Nadell Jones of 1180 W. 31st St., Jac ksonville has completed his u. s. Air Force basic training at the Air Tra hting Command Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to Lowry AFB Colo for training In t he supply fie ld. Airman Jones I a 1971 gradua te of N ew Stanton Senior High Sc hool. JENKINS SAN ANTONIO Airman Henry L. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins of 704 W. Al fred St., Tavares, has completed his U.S. Air Force baslo training at the Air Training Comm ,and's Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex., for training as a medical serv Ices specialist. Airman Jenkins, a 1970 graduate of Tavares H I g h School, attended Lake Sumter Community College, Leesburg. SMITH SAN ANTONIO -Airman Ri chard J S mith, son of Mr a nd Mrs. Engl e B S mith o f 818 North E Street, Pensacola, has compl e t e d his U. S. Air Fore e basic training at the Air Training Comm and l Lackland s AFB Te x He ba s b eeD. assigned to Sh eppard AFB, Tex., for training h r t he transpol\atlon field. Airman Smith attende d Pensacola High School. l\[cLEND O N SAN A NTONIO Airman Oris McLendon II, son of Mrs. Bertha B. 1\IcLendon of 914 N. W. 13th Ave Fort Lauderdale, has re ceived his first U.S. Air Force duty assignment after completing basic training at the Air TIala ing Command's Lackland AFB, Tex. The airman has been assign ed to a unit of the Strategic Air Command at Carswell AFB, Tex., for training and duty as a securf ty policeman. Airman McLendon is a 1971 graduate of Dillard High School. Buy From Florida Sentinel Advertisers

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' Fla. Seatinel Bulletin-Puhliahed every Tues. an'd Fri. Get Both Editions Tueaday, December 14, 1971" l /ant City. Higll School B y KA1Jrl Mclll.MftEf.. : .t,..r. Ia. ik Groo:v.er: : handSGme,. lntellfgent. aiad ifudl u e jua t few of t1're that a1wa..y.s cfe;. Hrlh tlii& .wee" J'unior o f tfle. Qtoove-. Jfe is' t ll:e praud! saR\ af ;Mii's l!.ouv enfal Kiligntem woo s ides> a t IOS South Menin: S t Htt. w.ean. the : J!ioss name' o JWighteno. My ren fS: an aetive lnemlilel.!' 'Iii .Mien. A .M.E cliul!eb is, alSo a member of basketb&JT team,. the Sillbad\ band\ andi m 1!eptesent a tive ot tlle stud'ent advfsovy mi.ftee. .. \\ftlile napping witl:'h My;ron he-laic! th'ese-lines. on me. 1!. MyrOO. Kz.\ig}it e[f lov.e aM.. kindS: o f food out' hambul!g el's and: sparl:lettil. My number one 11e<; >M i s Q Shaft -' ' Some f1f my hobbie,s; "are. praying m11 and bnll:et'baU. an d of courseo dfg,. , gmg on ellieb. At nome my fav'IN! sho't"' i s 1Plip, Wilson And if I m nat witfu kfend'B ) you. willl find' me jamming to> t he: soulfull sounds on. WTMP Radio . At school you. can see me. with my on;' r tS'ghts who sre none otmel" thm: H'ow!U:d4 Cat, Winn fe, :Mih andl otlir:x:s 'L'hanks for clioosing me: J'unior in tile'.. Planters. llaftev : Catl:'hy seems. ta be wa;y oot with hen mod haw sty:Ies not torrnen tion Patricia acting like last Monday was ' Sadie Hawkins-D'a.y." Efuox:a, IIi sweet ehfck says you hav e a lot of style f o be IIi clean qp woman but don t make that mistake ag-af n Fredrick Walkex; said: he wante d to. see his name m theo paP"ev; se here f t fs-from tlie: WiT! Gang_ Cam You. Imagine : La'lruy Shaw not a. eold? Aiton Kent not.. l:ieing called BiJ.Td man?' Myron Kn i ghten not being sm!ll' t ? Charfes .Tones having only one gir.t friend and Berry being bhe one ? Thought For Today: . If you can't be with the one yow rove, itry loving the one yoltre. with! Right Charles? y all later Souls. li l . eto Senior .High School. .B:yAnne.fte. tHer and Kim Waf den . JivE. JUNIOR OF THE cation a little early. Jive, handsome, crazy, Sabraina Whatley, you seem to .. friendly are a fe.w of theman:y r be having too many heartaches wdrds that describe. none other l'ately than Kenneth Lyons Cl.UB NEWS is a member of 317 homeroom Alf members of the I'llette s are While a nice chat with! a$ed.. to. ba present at club meet Kenneth he>' listed some ot hia ing Tuesdq I4<: favorftelt sueli as ehfel.l:ei.t Elaine Sledge presiQent. You will p11obably find ; him listen. SOWN1iJS; OF THE : WEEK ing to hls: f&v0trt tll' Slil"Ow You r n : Everything Have Me How 011 yo w mayt firui: him You: SHn He!!, ni:lites, Get to :Be shooting the-nack: or rappfnlf with Tliere ; .iackso m F ive,,. Itf s a Fam--: some of his Among; Ius i!Y. AtfafrSly and the Family: friends are & neg Trigg, Gilbert Stones Ro.ek Steady., Al'etiil!-Franklin Debra Belton R N i ckFranlllin son Jackie Hla. yes , Pamel& Jack' BIRTHDAY GREETINGS son Mal'esta Bass, BentliY t woufd : lih to say and many; mo11e . Ke!ll1eth resides binthday-to Miss Ada Smith, who with h'is pa r ents Mr. and: Mrs \ willi celebl.'ate her natal! day Dec Ned E.y;ons. Congllat J f ations Ken-16.. Happy birthday Ada from neth for being ot the Week. Chery:!. Curington Wanda Kil-Donna RC!!Ss hear that. y.ou, are. patrick .Tacltson, Wayne Edward&. a oro. In d,.: 'nl' hair now d ay;s. Cassandra Johnson and me. Debra Belton, y;ou seem to be GAME nothing but air In P.E. The Leto Falcons vs the Hills. Charles Moore, w.bJ the change borough Terriers Tuesday (to of scene ? nrchb) at 8 Hillsborough blah Davleae Mitehell, how ue y;ou gy;Im timinr. ln typing:? harlell' Knighton, we don't see THOUGHT FOR TODAY or hear much from you now Empty wagon makes a lot of Cheryl, Mary:, Dolly, Pony noise Lenora, and Darlene, hear that Well, souls this is all until Fri-ycru be cracking hard on the clrl day. So be cool and stay sweet about her stand. bye Sandra Gwen, Andrew, Thomas Livinaston you seem Steve, Dolly, Mary, Lois, Ke.n-to taken your Christmas vaneth, and yoUl's truly. Tampa Catholic. School By lefo:ria, Williams and EYtlJll Lewis II'JltlDilN'II OF '11111 WEE. Student of the-week ia none other than Pa\W' Sheehy He re aidea with hi a father, Dr. Paul llheehy at 3720 36th Street. Hobbies, airls and j i v I n 1 around ; record, You Seen Her; air! still aesrcbinc; food, anJJthina he can swallow down his throat; church, St. Peter Claver Catholic; clubl, Yearbook ataff, president ot Bi-racial. ConJl' atulations Paul for bein& chosen Ill atudent of the week. C .UIPUS GOSSIP C ongratulations are extendtd t he foot ball team for makin1 It all' the way to State. Now we 81'1t coing to Belle Glade Fla. (Friday) to sock i t to them Go 'A>am Go! Cenrratulatons also to Crl!rald S for s e aring 32 poi nts in the 111me n i ght. Well C11rl, you reall y are tryina t o be a lov e r around t he school th es e days Don't get in the hole Gary y o u fin ally made that lmporhmt move Reggie R., look out someone Ia trying t o pull y our leg Zocrn, wha t happened to your carFrida,niaht. I heard you were wiped out. Sally Barnes, did you hurt yourself when you fell in the hall last week. 1 you to tell your mother take out school insur ance Cynthia, are y ou atill aearchiJ11. TOP FIVE 1 Ban You !een Her 2 You Are EveFythinl 3 lklek Steady 4 Got Tc Be There II Greedy Man 1HOUGHT FOR TODAY Smile and the world smiles with you. Frown and you frown alone. .... 1 the way te Slate? '! ? (lewiston Ser v ices were very aood at all c hurches in the comm uni ty beg i nn ina w ith Sw1day school wit h t he supts. and teachers at the i r pos t s The lesson was r e vie wed by the pastors The Fri endl y Xmas Savings Club me t a t t he Masonic Hal i. and had t he i r annual Christmas program. Mrs Mab le B l ack was JACKSON HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY STUDENT COUNCIL A fine group of boys and girls worthy of .-nulatfun is the Ja.ckliOn Heights 'Elementary School Studenf Council. They include, from left kneeUng, Lan:y Ci:ooper; represent-ative ;: Kelly Jones, treasurer;: Rene Tfasorras, vice. president;-and standing, Kelly JackS'on, secretary; Eartha Philon. president ; Daria Dtckens, representative; DfnaJi ; Dowell, representative;. and Ellssia Robin son Horace Mann Hi School By PAULETTE JAMES And AARON STILLING JJ:VER OF' THE WEEK Cute, nic e and'. !!tweet just a few words to tell you about OUl' jiver of the weeli;. She is the. proud;. daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Bobby C. J'ames, at 44112 Atwood Drive. By her friends she is known as Peter Pan. She digs on beiD:g:t !l' fox. Tights Maxine, beoFa; Bl'enda, and many more. Jam, 7 -Day: Lover; jammer, Stevie Wonder; her -main tight is the sweet Linda Jordan . Well do. you give up ? .It's me Paulette ..James. NEWS RIGHT OFF THE PRESS There is a new club going around Mann called the Raidlette. Any girl who would like oo join please call Paulette (Peter Pan) at 626-6983. TOP FIVE 1 Got To Be TheFe 2 Famiy Affai11 3 Let s Stay Together 4 You Are EVer y thing S MacArthur Park Emmanuel Baptist. 2204 IDghland Ave. Rev. H. W. WUbura,. Pastor M.n. H. Plttmaa Kept Sunday. school began at 9 :4!1 with the supt. and teachers at their poets. '1lhe pastor r.-.iew.ed the. lesson. MOminrr service. began at li with the deacons In charge of devotion. The junior choir and Wilburnette Ushers The sermon was delivered by the pastor. BTU meeting waa held at with the president in charge. Evening service began at 6 :30 with the same order of service. The same choir and ushers served and the sermon was delivered by the pastor. Prayer meetina will be held Thursday night at II. Allen Trustee Temple Aid Clifford Brady, Chr. Mrs. Emma Sumpter. Rept. The Trustee Aid Board of Allen Temple AME Church of which Rev. H McDonald Nelson is pastor will meet tonight at I at the home of Mr. E Z Daniels li25 St Conrad. The chairman is ailing all members to be pres ent and on ti me the m istress of The following are on the. s i ck l ist : l\!r Chul i e M oor e. Mrs. M e l e nda Alle n i:\Y r s C allie W h i te and Mr James 1\fas o n Mrs. L M Williams, rept. Cocoa High School By. Pam Wright and Georgella Smith SOUL SENIOR IN SPOTUGHT soulful, nice and neat dscribes this week's Soul Brother in Sl:>et!ight. He is none other than Mr Gerry Leon Williams better known .bY his friends as "Yo-Ho." Yo-Ho resides at 3824 South Denton Circle with his : par ents. While rapping with him he listed. the following as his favor ite$: Girl: Linda Blackmon; Friends: Neely, Billy, Betty, vei', Pam Lu-Lu, McGhoo, Rob ett, Johnnie, L&rl'y Emith, Charlie ; Ernest and a few other Soul brothers and sisters. Food: Any thing that is edible and tastes good. Yo-Ho hobbies include after school football where he was Cocoa High outstanding defensive end for 197l, and last but not he Is very fantas t ic in basketball whel'e he is presently a center on the varsity basketbal t e a m He Ia very active in school activ i t ies because as he puts it, it will one day all be over. After grad uation Gerry plans to attend South Carolina State. Congratulations Crl!rry Leon Williams for being chosen a.s SOul senior in Spotlight TIGER CHATTER Lu-Lu and Beaevr I heard yo11 two found two nice and handsome young men in Eau Gallieo and now you've got a the informer said that the guys were the heights of Wilt Chamberlain and a face ol King Floyd and a huge Afro like Line on Mod Squad-so to yoli girls I say with a profile like this you better hold on to it, because the word for them is eX quisite : Terry Adams I see where your Soul was composed from (your mother) because I! tell you she is really together and I can provtdt. when .she expressea herself by knowing what to say, how to say and when to say. SWEEET BAACK HAS ARRIVED Sweet Back has arrived in Cocoa romping and stomping on the outside of twelve noon. Tuesday, Dec 12th from Nam. Sweet cin be described by the following ad jectives; handsome clever, quiet, all-together and a Cap t ain of Soul. His brother Shaft is really gonna do it up so all females and especially males watch out!! I "Jody" is on the loose. In caae you don't know who Sweet Baclr is, he is Leonard AdlliiUI, the brether of "Shaft". These two brothers are the sons of Mr, ancl Mrs. Sanford Adams, they reside at 333 Western Ave. To "you" two brothell'S I say: "It's a family affair." King High School By ANGIE WILLIAMS SOUL IN SPOTLIGHT Nice neat, cool groovy cute and sophisticated describes our Soul in Spotlight, Ada Smith Ada resides wit h her mother Mrs Ollie Smith at 3703 E. Henry. Soohistication is mainly one word that describes Ada but there is the togetherness, which also characterizes her. Ada can always be caught comprehending from the sounds of her main jam, You Are Everything or getting hung up on the voice of her main jammer, The Bells Faces" in which some people call her, lives by t he motto "Somebod y watching y ou". whicn proves w h y she has t he ab i lity to have an assor t ment of fr i e n ds. Some of those w ho are Wanda Alma G l or i a Diane Robert Davis Charles, Joe, AI, Eddie J o hn C hery l Terry, Carl, Bodeen and Ang i e Ada s spare time ian t al w a y s spent s tylin g b ut she can be cau gh t r apping to her mai n man, Willie Like Happy b irthday and c onsrads are extended to Faces." CAMPUS RAP Hey, Charles Dennis I see vou and a eertain ch!ek have called the hing "quits". What s the problem Jim? Antionette Johnson, a reliable aource informed me y ou have yqur mind hung up on thia certaia dude watch out, he micht be a "greedy man". Can you die Itt Preston Gardner, I wu in formed your lhoulders are get ting kinda heavy Don't you thinlr y ou better take that load off? Hey Larry White, a certain chick told me to inform you y ou 're going to fast and as the Jam goes you hue t o crawl before you walk. Vernetta it seems like our tight girl "trimp" has spilled die win e gee she s rully up ti ght. Can y ou dig it ? TOP JA.'WI 1 Ha v e You Seen Her 2 Clean-Up W oman 3 War P aint 4 She s All I Got 5 S corpio

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Tueaday, December 14, 1971 f1a Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri. Cet Both Editiom PACE ELEVEN AROUND THE TOWN By HAYWARD BRADY BRIEFS High Fal cons against the B r anThe Ga mma E t a Chapter o[ don H i gh Eagles ' Bo's the son Phi B et a S igma F r a t erni ty, I n c., of :\1rs. Lucile N. Franklin and a to hold ann ua l one case of senior. T o ld me weeks ago he C h eers" given a w a y Sat Dec w a s g o nna make the Falcons 18th, a t 212 6 Main S t. and you team too. The 'er C o k e s on me don t ha v e to be present to wm kid .... Like here s the break down on WORD IS WILLIE ROBINSON how t he "ch eers" w inners : 1 s t JR., s o n of Mr. and Mrs Willie prize 6 cheers"; 2nd prize 3 (Sarah) Robinson of Zack S t ., will "cheer s" 3rd prize 3 "cheers". be surr ende r ing his bach e lorsh i p N. Hill is Frat presito marriage Sunday Dec 19th, dent . . 1:30 P.M. at Beulah Baptist Dr. M. R. Silas, prominent Church w ith tha Rev. A. Leon den tis t of long standing around Lowry, Church pastor, officiatmg the town, reportedly went down Willie, Jr., ano ther of this corm:r s to Miami last weekend to attend most admired young men is a the Orange Blossom Classic for not too long ago grad of Bishop the 30th y ear-plus time counting College in Dallas Texas. . the o nes held in Orlando and AND OF COURSE AT FOUR Tampa a few years back. Other O'CLOCK ON THIS SAME DEC. well known faces from Tampa 19TH, RITA YVONNE TYSON, seen i n the Magic City Classic B-CC senior coed and daughter crowd were Bail Bondsman Ira ',of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo (Juanita) Blossom and Atty. Warren DawTyson of Carver City, will become son and Official the bride of Gregory Seal of Perry Harvey, Jr., and wife, Conn with the wedding taking Barbara. . place at Tyer Temple United Someone mentioned the biggest Methodist Church. The reception thing about today s classic is will follow at the Roland Park keeping clear headed enough to Elem. School cafeteria. really go see the ball game.... DID YOU KNOW around the Met while working this week's home the alarm clock takes more graveyard" a\ TIA was Mrs. A. of a whipping than any man, wo-Jlon of the Bronx N. Y where man or child? Just think of how she's employed with the Welfare many times you've seen your clocll. Dept. Mrs. Ro11s unexpe.!tknocked down, kicked and even edly arrived in Tampa while .enslapped across the head or back. route t o Jax for a visit with her SOMEONE MENTIONED Buddy ill mother in Jax, after her E'AL "Cowboy" Thomas of one of the flight was directed here because neighboring areas just east of of heavy fog. The lady enlight-Tampa as having been a school ened me to the ways .and means bus driver for thirty-plus years. of the Welfare Dept so : much that .SEEN FLYING INTO 0 U R If I eV'er get out of a "gig" I TOWN because of the foggy conjust might go up to NYC and ditions in Daytona Beach last join up. Like sometimes those week was former '11arnpan, !Hrs. folks up thel'e leok out for the Dessie Stevens Washington, who needy, non-needy, legal, illegal now resides in South Norwalk, 'n every now then even a Conn. Learned Mrs. Washington "junkie". is the aunt of Grover Stevens and The Clerks and Secretaries orsister of Earl Steveps and -Dalton Stevens, in addition to being a ganization of which Mrs. Fannie former church member of Mrs. Hills is preside g t is making plans Sarah Walker Barton, Mrs. Alter for annual Xmas Party, but more mease W. Saunders and Mrs. Wil on this Friday The affair is lie Bell Cooke and family at Great tentatively scheduled for the er Bethel Baptist Church, and an lovely new home of Mrs. Cora ex-Middleton Hi and Angelo BeauLyons ty School student. Would ya believe Earl "Joe .. Mrs. Washington was enroute to Banner" Goodman, this corner's P art-time ghostwriter and wife Daytona Beach to attend a tive's .funeral before going on 1x> Mrs. Lottie White Goodman, had Miami to witness the CJ.assf c ... more than seve nty-five soul-dinDID 1 EYER TBLL YA one of ner guests at their sister in law's m y biggest reasons for falling out home during our reQent classic w ith Santa Claus was cause when weekend I W!l.S a boy aild would go in the . Coach Ben Moore the ex-BTW downtown stores the old kat would Jr. Hi men t or, sends his Pierce be standing round in each store High "Archers" against those and 1 figure if he kept losing his Madison High "Mustangs in j o b so quick and so often, it their season opener today 5 P.M. couldn t be much to 'm ..... at Hillsborough Hi gym. The Shelton Willi ams is back in the reason I'm so sure of this is City of Brotherly following cause I heard Coach Moore's visit. .Jie used to Jive on E. Colum player Mark Anthony Brady saybus Dr .... Mrs. Sarah ing Daddy will you get me a back in the Peach State followin : g pair Chuck Taylor tennis shoes?" vis i t here to bedside of daughter, Received word around 3 A .M. Mrs. Maxine Smith, 1202 Burden other morning of the fine guest Ct. reportedly doing fine after soloist appearance of City of TGH ccnfinement . l\'Irs. Rowena Tampa's police officer, Frank F. Brady, wife of Charles L. Brady Gray. Believe they said Mr. biggest worry during St Elizabeth Gray's song was entitled Judge Hospital stay was would she be Me By The De e ds I've Done ... out in time for her elementary During those same A .M. classroom children Xmas party ... out at TIA those "ABM ClubTHE WRITER SHARED THE bers held one of their Wed. A M SHOCK OF HEARING OF THE lunch se s sions on the bedside (left UNTIMELY DEATH OF MR. ED me in the b :ue area) where the DiE LOWE a well thought of early fogg y morning menu conyoung gent of the city one of .sisted of fried shrimps 'n r1ce wh :se favorite pasttimes was help by chef Bobby Nelson and Rev. in g young boys thru work w i t h Robert "Father Bob" Castallano the PAL Leagues Sympa thy to wi t h other menu trimmings being the bereaved family ..... provided b y members Mrs. DoroNewe s t residents of the fastthy Cromuel Mrs. Fannie Copegrow i ng R i ver Grove section out land Herbet Hert Watson and Northeast way are Attorney and Jessie Watson among others. So Mrs George Edgecombe, who re now I know you can get lost at pc-rtedly moved into their lovely our new airport . . split-level home on Knollwood Noticed Gilbert "Bo" Franklin Avenue last Sa t urday. Edgecombe former Lincoln Gardens sandlot is an assistant county s:>licitor ... basketball teammate, hit for 8 Also re. ported re.ady to move his points in his debut with the Letv mo ther and other relaitvea J.nto a Allen Temple No. 2 J ohn Houst on. Prt>s. !\!i s s B eula h RE>pt. All members of the No. 2 choi r of A llen Temple A:\IE Chur c h are asked to be pres e n t and o n t im e for regular c h oir rehearsal T hursday a t the church at 8. All mem bers of the church i ntere s te d in beco m ing a me m ber o f t ne ch oir are i nvite d to a tt end R ev. H McD o nald Ne l so n past or. split-level on R iver Grove Drive is noted New York Spor ts man Billy Brown. Brown wheel e d dow n in the l ate s t schine on the market ( a 1972 El Dorado Cadillac ) for his annual win ter v i s it . THE LILY WHI!f E..FLA. SEN TI NEL CREDIT UNION MET SAT. at b he office of Mrs. Mary Ballard, mgr. of Tampa P ark Apts., w ith Anthon y Cutrono Jr., Fina ncial Examiner, Di v ision of Finance representing Fred 0. Dickenson, Jr., Comptroller of Fla. The 'Illeeting was called to try to set plans for merging the Lily Whn e-Fla. Sentinel Credit Union into the Tampa Central Cr.edit Union Association The idea being brought forth b e cause of the shar.p membership drop-off from seventy-five members to thirty two with the closing of the re cent Lily White Hospital .. SEE YAU LATE R Oak Grove Jr. High By DARIA McNISH JUNIOR IN THE SPOTLIGHT S weet, cute, d escri bes t his week's junior in s potlig h t. He is none o t her than Rolan d B arto n. H e r esides at 605 Am eli a D i s l ike s people talki n g b e hind his back. H e li kes g i rls foot ball a t time s His f avor i te s ong i s H av e You See n Her". His favorite giri is Glor i a Williams H i s t i g h t s are Ant h ony Dix o n Geor ge Sm it h and Lit tle Broth. Con g ratulatio ns for be i ng tlus week s Junior in the Spot light Soulful ca t s around the campus are Nancy Sanch e z Viann Mar tinez Sherry Deveries Leonard Mungin C y n t hia Bright Angela R e ed Carm e n Geor g e Annie Ruth Smith, Phyllis Ri c hardson, Geraldine Davis, George Smith, Anthony Dix,on a n d Yvonne Grant Allen Temple Choir No. 1 Mrs. lola McOloud, Pres. Mrs. Millie Horne, Rept. The No. 1. choir of Allen [lemple AME Church will have rehearsal Wednesday night at 8 at the church. All members are asked to be present and on time. NAACP Eyes Black Voting In Mississippi JACKSON. Miss Civi l r i g hts f i gures and three blac k con g re s s m e n h eld a pu bli c f o r u m here Sunda y t o air c h a r ges th a Negroes were i ntim i d ate d and ch eate d in M i ss i ssi ppi' s g e n e r a l el ecti on las t m ont h A s p okes m a n f o r t h e N A A C P said i t w o:1ld r es u lt i n l a wsuits to con t est va ri ou s r ace s If evi d ence could be f o und N o statewide race s a1 e to be c h alle ng e d t he spok es m a n added, inc ludin g t he governor's r ac e In whi c h t be first bla c k c a ndid at e in s ta te history, Fay e t t e Mayor Charles Evers, was soundl y beat en b Bill Waller a white The forum, attended b y U S R e ps. John Conye rs, D M i ch Charles Pange l, D-N. Y and Louis Stokes D-Ohio s te ms from t he un e xpect e dl y p o or showing of blacks in the electio n. M a ny uf them los t in area s with black vot i ng majority Atty Gen A F. Summer said he had not received any official charge of election viola t ion. 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PAGE FOURTEEN fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri . Get Both Editions Tuesday, December 14, 1971 Isaac Hayes Wins NAACP Image Aware/ For Shalt HOLLYWOOD Isaac Hayes, composer-performer, received the ' Image Award for "Best Musical Motion Picture Score of 1971" for MGM's "Shaft". Hayes was presented his award from the Jackson 5 before a ca pacity audience which gave him a standing ovation at the Fifth Annual Hollywod NAACP Image Awards, held here at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Hayes composed and performed on the film soundtrack of "Shaft", the MGM release, starring Richard Roundtree The double record set the. Stax Qr g anization's largest selling album, which to date has sold more than 2,500,000 copies, in just over a three month period. Nearo Resigns From U. N. Job WASHINGTON A r h u r A. Fletcher one of the administra tion s highest-ranidng blacks, has resigned from the U.S. delegation to the United. Nations, the Whiltt House announced Wednesday. President Nixon accepted tht> resi gnation in a "Dear Art'' le.tter, the White House said "With out you, mov ing the ball is going to be tougher," it said Nixon told FJecher. Fletcher will become executive director of the United Negro College Fund Board. The ad ministration had sUfted him from assistant labor secretary to tile Nations only a few months ago. The White House deputy press aecretary Gerald L Warren, sa1d Fletcher would continue as chair man of the White House's domestic counoil wol'kii1g group on A fh'cohrr, Hayes, a definite Oscar con tender in this year's Academy Awards race, is currently on a nationwide concert tour. The recording star has had such hit albums as "Hot Buttered Soul". "The Isaac Hayes Movement" "Isaac Hayes . To Be Contnued", and the upcoming release of "Black Moses/Isaac Hayes". Hayes also presented two other categories at the NAACP event : "TV Special of the Year" and "Album of the Year". awards Ha y es will be given a reception by MGM studios here ort Decem ber 6," which will introduce him to the members of the Hollywoo d Foreign Press Association. economic discrimination "unti l the work of the committee is fini s hed." Fletcher was a chief proponent while at the Labor Department of the "Philadelphia Plan" re quiring employment of more per sons of minority races in the con struction industry. In a letter to Nixon, Fletcher that after assuming his new post next month, "I stand ready to assist you in your official ca pacity as President should the opportunity arise "I am especially grateful for the support you personally gave in behalf of the Philadelphia Plan plus other opportuni.ties provided that allowed me to grow and de velop," Fletcher said. Save Time And Stamps Phone Your News 248-1921 4 .-pnl..n tom f n r t'H'tlltf Cont-. Tup 1 ,1 rn nhuhmrniHnlrr Of' Mupl 'P< H "t. Xa lusl .. t .ltt.:h o mll llrU. nhmlif"ll sllul.l oU pe"tr HC"t I'' : lfl:tronaalt\: t M Ut-n-o .. .. licltt A<.: lor klac ruilton fur rUt-ln. nfliH, Mdo, audo "'""' UP .,, ( SIMIL.\R TO ILLUSTRATION ARMONI 1324 -30 E. Broadway_ PHONE 248-2557 I I We here at Community Federal pause to look back as we pass this historic milestone in our life. Now that we have reached o u r second million, we think it's time to say thanks to all our friends and neighbors, and to rededicate ourselves to improving the housing conditions in our community. While community improve-ment is our primary goal, we further commit ourselves to the struggle for economic development within our community. Our. involvement in community affairs reaffirms thai commitment Thanks A 1967 I We will take great pride in using I that second million to provide more jobs and to more of our purchasing power into the community. As we grow we will provide more. And you, our friends and neighbors, are helping us get bigger every year. We are proud of the services we offer and the way you've supported them shows that you're proud of them too. 2 Million! 1971 Savings And Loan Association 1493 Tampa Park Plaza TAMPA, FLORIDA "TAMPA'S BI-RACIAL FIHANCIAL DfSTITUTION"

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T....clay, 14, 1971 uea. &lUI Get Both Editions FTa. Sen tine-l lk!IIe-tln -Published every T -FrL 0 TliRK'1 OHAM 0 Ct4NoiES 0 PlVM "P(JQIJtKd 0 . CMT) '$f.f -. GROCERS 4915 34th S iREET 2518 N. ALBANY PENNY SAVER NO.2 2518 H. ALBANY AVI OPEN SUNDAY 8 A M.-3P.M.

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PAGE SIXTEEN Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editions December 14, 1971 RETIRING GENERAL MOTORS CHAIRMAN HONORED BY BLACKS D. C. -James M. Roche, chairman ;ri the Board of General Motors, accepts "The Frlonds A1varu" from Berkley Burrell, left, president ol Business League and Robert J. Brown, ril(ht, .Special Assistant to President Nixon. The oc casion Wlls a Testimonial Luncheon in Washington, D. C. recently where more than 15 blacks from throughout the country came to pay homage to Roche who is retiring as GM chairman at the end of the year. Roche was described as "A rnan who Is big enough to be chairman of the board Gf GM and small enough to be a fightet in the struggle for obtaining equal justice for all Americans, regardless of race, creed or color." Brown and Burrell were co-chairmen of the affair. The Southern Tone Gospel Singers were among ft'Oups participating on a program Sund ay. The occasion was a Yuletide tea sponsored by mem bers of Trinity C. M E. Missionary Society. NEW PROGRESS CHOIR RENDER SELECTION Tho Male Choir of ::'\ew Pro!n'ess Baptist Church .. pictured u they render a selection at a Yule... Tu. Mlsa Gladys Brown was mislrt>Ss of ceremonies. Scene of the tea was the Sugar Shack, and it was sponsored by th e 'lissionary Society ot Trinity C. ::'\[. E Chur ch. Apostolic Church Of Jesus Thonotosassa Bishop J. H. Lee, Past,cr Mrs. Sarah L. Gadsden, Rept. S. S. began at the usual hour with the supt., J. Felton in charge. All officers and teachers were at their post. Noon day service began with Mrs. A L. Underwood leading devotion. The message was delivered by the pastor. At 8, a program was held with the Tampa Stoppers in charge. Many other groups appeared on program. All weekly activities remain the same. Sunday night at 8, the Traveling Stars will render a .program. The public is invited. Beulah Dorcas Circle Mrs. Mary Crawford, Pres. Mrs. Etta White, Rept. The DGrcas Circle of Beulah Baptist Church will meet Thurs day morning at 9 at the home of Mrs. Eddies Wilson, 712 Hen derson. The lesson by Mrs. Wilson. The subject will be "Tell The Good News". Taken from St. Matth. 1:19-25. The alphabet letter Is ."A". The last meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Bell Deloach, 1610' Governor St. Allen Temple Pulpit Aid Mrs. Sallie B. Crosby, Pres. Mrs. Augusta Simmons, Rept. The Pulpit Aid Board of Allen Temple AME Church will meet Tuesday night at 8 at the home of Mrs. Marie Rivers, 304 W. Park St. All are asked to remember the sick and shutins. Hyde Park Prayer Band :'>Irs. Eddies Wilson Pres. ;\Irs Hilda Lewis, Rep!. The Hyde Park Prayer Band will meet Thursday at 12:30 at the home of Mrs. Lewis 2210 32nd Ave.. Apt. 381. The last meeting was held at the h om e of Mrs. E\elyn Carter, 410 S. Fremon t. Trinity CME Church 2401 N. Howard Ave. Rev. L. I. Ward, Pastor Mrs. Patricia Thompson, Repi. Sunday's services began at 10 a.m. with Sunday school, the supt. was in charge of devotion. The lesson was taught by the teachers. Morning worship was at 11 with the Wardettes in the stand. The scripture was read by Rev. Ward who also delivered the message from the first chapter of St. Luke. Subject: "The Strange Preacher in the Wilderness.'' At 2 the pastor and members left for Winter Haven to appear on a men's program. The pastor again preached a wonderful message entitled "Men.'' The No. 1 choir sang. Tuesday night the choir's union business meeting will be held at Peace Progressive M B. Church of which the Rev. E. A. Todd is pastor. Wednesday evening at 5 the juniors are to meet Mrs. Floyd at the church. At 8 the No. 1 choir will rehearse. All members are to be present. Thursday night at 7:30 prayer meeting. The win ter counsel opened this morning at Orlando and will close tomorrow evening. Visitors are always welcome to worship with us. Let us not forget to pray for the sick and shut-ins. Second Million Reached By Bi-Racial Saving Association James T. Hargrett, Jr., manag Ing officer of Community Federal Savings and Loan Association, re ported that the asset& of tbe youngest and only Bi-Racial Sav lngs and Loan Association in the county had reached S2,039,903.2Z as of ::'\ovember 30, 1971. This Ia up from Sl.6i8,985.93 on December 31, 1970. :\lanaging officer Hargrett at tributes this excellent growth of Tampa's First and only Bi-Racial Financial Institution to broad pub lic support and their centrally located quarters in Tampa's Ybor City a7ea. Buy From Florida Sentinel Advertisers

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Tuesday, December 14, 1971 F1e. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Frl. Cet Both Editions PACE SEVENTEEN $ Ex Deejay May Ciain. Billion Estate Of White Oil Magnate Blacks Lag In Science Su.rvey Shows PHILADELPHIA -To what extent will a former deejay who married the adopted daughter of the late J. Howard Pew share iu the family fortune estimated to run cose to a billion dollars? Little has been said about the interracial marriage in recent years but in-the-know business and social circles were speculat ing about the situation after the wealthy tycoon's death. Funeral services for J. Howard Pew, 89, chairman of the execu tive committee of Sun Oil Com pany, were held last Tuesday in the First Presbyterian Church at Arftmore. HOUSTON -A nationwide sur vey shows Negroes fall 12 to 16 per cent below the national aver age in scientific knowledge. Members of the Education Commis sion of the States said school segregation w a s partially to blame. "The black students who attended schools under the old 'separate but equal' system are possibly being reflected in this study," said Gov. Robert Scott of North Carolina, chairman of tha ECS committee that conducted the survey. It was released this week at the committee's fall meeting. Other statistics showed students living in affluent city neighbor hoods performed 5 to 11 per cent above the national average; whi:e those living in the ghettos and inner city sections were 7 to 15 per cent behind. "The state governments have not put resources into many ol their black schools and, therefore, it's a cycle that has tended to repeat itself," Scott said. "The blacks go to elementary schools and then to black colleges and back to the black elementary schools to teach." The findin gs .were from a sur vey of about 100,000 persons, taken during 1969 and 19i0 in four age groups-9. 13, 1i and young adults 26 to 35. The study also showed stuclents whose parents had no more than an eighth grade education per formed 7 to 12 per cent below the national level, and those with at least one parent educated be yond high school ranked 5 to ti per cent above average. Dean William Andrew Hunter of the Tuskegee Institute, said southern blacks were inferior ill 1cience to northern blacks and It was because of the South's dual school system. Hunter said for many years the white schools received most of the money for science programs and the blacks got prac tically nothing. "We had to use fruit Jars whi!e the whites had f l asks." he !'mid. "Some of our science teachcrs had no training and used .to sit in there and drmk cokes and clraw their che,.ks.'' Evangelist Billy Graham flew here from West Virginia to par ticipate in the services as result of a request Pew had made Three Blacks Ciuyana Signs $15 Million l rade was a red and white spray from El d A President Nixon. JOHN BANJ?Y . e d e t A t wth ch Pew's father, Joseph N.; found-greemen I Ina ed the sun -Oil Company over a for her meeting Bandy, known s d r century ago and now the only formerly to his radio listeners m an ersville BRlDGETOWN, .Barbados living survivor is Roberta, grand Washington, here and elsewhere More details of a trade agreedaughter of the founder, who is as "Little Lord Fauntleroy" be SANDERSVILLE, Ga ....... Blacks ment between Guyana and China married to Bandy, the Farm cause of his carefully polished captured three out of:.five city have been revealed in George Journal, the last television perAshley Montague accent. courtcU posts in Wednesday muni town by Guyana's Prime .. Minis'.er zonality. The owner of the radio tation CiJ?al election in Sandersville, a Forbes Burnham. The Pew fortune is worth over here where Bandy worked, was mlddle c 0 m m u n i t Y Burnham said that a r e c e n t too million dollars, according to also a former musical conductor plagued by racial conflicts in re trade agreement signed -by t he ft art1'cle 1'n the Oct. 10 edi'"on and president of the Grand Opera cent years. t trp Jtw.zi / 'd ..... ., : 'Ibe three blacks elected to the wo coun Jes Ill e ...., .. provJ ea of a New York newspaper, which Company. He is thought to be the council were T. L. Braswell, Lind-_, for bilateral tude worth $15 mil ranked the family among the six person who brought the two to-lion over the first five yeai-ii_ and wealthiest in the country. gether. sey Warren and Chezes Hooks. will "operate, to the mutual bene-'Ibe family owns 42 per cent The aame' year he became tbe White candidates Dewitt Avant fit cif both countnea." of Sun Oil Company's common first back ever to sit on the Board and Frank Haynes won the oth:' The Guyaneae prime minister stock and some lesser holdings of Directors of the Philadelphia two seats. Hooks, who received said that China will buy in the as General Crude Oil, the Grand Opera Company. the )argeat number of votes, will next year $500,000 worth of tim Children Printirig Company and At present, most of Bandy's serve as mayor pro tern. ber, tons pf aluminum and the Farm Journal, the last two . time and efforts are spent aa one if available aft .er existing comcentered in Philadelphia. of the partners at Whittlesey and mitments are met, sugar. Roberta now lives on a vast Partners Advertising Agency iri Rehi The Chineae are also offerinc 500-acre estate in: exclusive Harcenter city Philadelphia. S8l urs ay s 10n e' aid to Guyana on far-easier terms varford township across the road He Is also associated with serves most of the credit for the than normally received frOtn tra from her father's palatiai home; Lopatin-Ralph Productions, In c., outcome of the election. dition l Waste B Although bJ, acks com PI:. ise 52.1 ha m ala ed Mrn tsoofurthces, 'd umill-She has four children and two and also part owner of Philadel. t f h 't 1 t c 1m os e a1 w stepchildren from two previous phia Magazine, white publica-per e:en t e 01 Y popu Ia ion, be technical marriages that ended in divorce. tion; held city Chinese aid is granted on even Mystery and romantic elegance /" The luxuri9us Pew Mansion Is 0 Ice n a? e. ; more favorable terms than that !urronnds her secret marriage to _. a hoine large enough for an In-Turner saJd hiS organization, asoffered to Guyana by th SOvi t .. sisted by the Black Youth Club . e e 48-year.old Eahdy,-which many door and outdoor pool, a fireplace cif County;': and the Ud1'nscwUSSln,. How . believe took place somewhere In In every room and seven bedWashington County chapter of the Q!JS "on aid wlll be FORBES BURNHAM c opened in the new year. Bulnham said that his govern ment is planning t9 for mal diplomatic relations with Peking. It has already beenagreed that each country win have a permanent trade in each other's capital and diplo matic ties will fo11ow. Massachusetts in 1969. rooms. National A.sSodation for the Ad-Seldom, if ever, a.re the There ate three housekeepers .. Lead p D vancement of Colored People, l!leen in public to take care of over $500,000 in ers ay r started a voter registration .. I dropping out of the social scene antiques, paintings and sculpture. pa:ign Octobe-r 7 which adde d 600 e altogether.:. Five cars include a Lincoln, blacks to the rolls ,. . ""She .is -a: Vibrant, blue-eyed Rolls Royce, Bentley and a staTurner said 1,300''of . tl1e City's -.. ,.BulK .. :'' /'.h e u ._ . .. .T r 1 /b.u' ,.t e ...... blonde; now iq her early sixties, tion wagon. The fifth Is li care. 3,200 registered voters are black whose lo,ve fot' opera and ciassical fully testored original model and "nearly all of them" voted music 'was_:prob ; ably Thunderbird. in the election. A total of 2,368 : ' :BIck Students Leave Campus NEW YORK '-World leaders the adv:S0cement of Colored P.eo b8.llots were cast. ; : filled Riverside Church Saturday ple, who was a clOse fl-ieild of until Racial Tension., E ases DECORAH, Iowa-Luther College faculty members have over wbelmingly affirmed a deciswn illWwing the school's black stu dents to leave campus without academic penalty until what they call racial tension eases. work for the sem.ester can be completed and the student will be allowed to take final exams. Turner described the results of to bid their farewell to Ralph B\lnche, d<;?livered the "Word : of election as ''one step JoJmson Bunohe. Honoring the Tribute." / on a of a million miles". : late former United Nations under'Bunche left a : :_of said his organizatiqn would secretary who won the NoJJel achievement such' as few inen can stay on the case." peace prize for mediating the 1949 bequeath to history," Thant .saut "A lot of in the county Palestine confliCt were UN Secre "We meet h ere tOday in a .thne are not reaistered," Tu'rner ext Ge al Th t 'd t' l .,. ary ner an pres! en Ja of trouble to. mourn a man W.J:iose plained. "We want. to get as many adviser Henry A Kissinger and whole life was devoted to the of them registered as possible be-many diploniats. search for peace and h armcm1 fore the next county election." d 1 Turner said getting blacks in the Among others there by .invitaan to the welfare of his tel ow county to vote is diffi-tion were Gov. Rockfeller, MayOr man. ., cult because the only registrar is Lindsay, Reps. Ralph Metcalfe of "Ralph Bunche's work, whether The approval came in a special three-hour meeting Saturday and affirmed the decision by Luther's Provost DJC. John qnnell. "We of t h e administration recogriize the validity of the black students' request,'' said Dr. E. D. Farwell, tuther president, "and we will work with the faculty in exploring ways for a continuing dialogue of these requests on in Sandersville and most blackS IIllinois and Charles Diggs of Mi-In the academic field, .in govern-campus/' . work dUTing the hours the office is chigan, Sen. JacoJ:> Javits of New ment or at the tJnited Nations, open and can't gert Into the city to York, lJ1o{ Ambassaclor George ,wu aH devoted to gt:eltter under" members register. Bush, Georgia, Rep. Julian Bone\ iitanrung among nti()l}s, among . The black students had made the request. Dr. Linnell took the position that "because the tensions createu by racial conflict on campus make it impossible for many black students to complete their work this semester, we will recognize that they should be able to leave now with the option of taking an incomplete in class studies, a withdrawal without pmalty, or a grade based on the work done so far this semester. The meeting resulted in What was termed a prolonged discus sion between faculty members, who professed they had been unaware that a racial problem exsted. Regarding the options afforded Luther blacks, a withdrawal from E=tudy is ordinarily permitted only during the first seven weeks of a semester. Because of the racial disturbance, school officials said this option is being extended. An "incomplete" in class work denotes that when a back stude1.t returns from Christmas vacation, Two black faculty participated In the meeting. and Harold R. Sims, acting direc. men and._ among different raees Saturday tor Of the National Urban League. of men, to .the endless' quest, Mourners started arriving at 10 for peace,'" he told the mourner& There has been no mass demon stration during the period of unrest, but personal conflicts be tween black and white students have been reported, officials said. 2 By Negroes Alabama Freed Court MO;>-l'TGOMERY, Ala. Two young Negroes were released from an Alabama prison this week after spending six years under death sente1,1ce for rape. A third man convicted in the aame crime remains on death row be cause of a disputed court record. The Alabama Supreme Court ordered new trials for Wheeler Billingsley Jr. and James Liddell, who were convicted and sentenced to death in 1965 on a charge of raping a young white woman in Gadsden, Ala. Shortly after the revElrsal, William Rayburn, the Gadsden prosecuting !announced that yot.ell, pastor of the tan Oper Want church. . Jesus to. Walk and Bunche, who retired last sum"T1ie Lord's Bl!riiJ ,mei-as undersecretary general in :WOodlawn. eemetery,. died 'Thursday at New York Hospital at the age of 67. At the noon funeral. Thant and Roy Wilkins, executive director of tbe National Association for the affidavits to be inadequate evidence, and BUtler re-mains under death sentence. 'Ibe Butler ruling is being appealed to the United States Supreme Court. Phone 248lf -C.-' ,. .,

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/ PAGE EIGHTEEN Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tues. and Fd. Get Both EditloD. Tuesday, December 14, 1971 Top Ken,tucky State In Ora..ae .' :Mi:AMl' ..:.... J a m e il season since a 1-4-2 campaign in tosses that helped the Rattlers smashed for 157 yards 1943. break the game wide open late in 27-9 ahd three touchdowns Saturday ; The Thorobreds f>rou_ght IHl 8-2 he first half. night j n pc)wering Flori4a A&M record-their best since 1937-into Freshman cornerback Leroy University:'to a surprising 27:9 the' '3!ith' and most controversial Powell's two th(ijts .set up ex l Orange Blossom Classic victoi:y .But they were no match plosive 44 and 48-yard touchdown over Keptucky State. .. tor; the drives that turned a n arrow 6-3 . An ;orange BQwl crowd pf 26,1611 . . edge into a 20-3 bulge. : : pleasant' :surprise after Floriiia Acting . Ooach later was intercepte!l A&M's baS&le. with the :National ,charges used the first of four a: third time and concluded the ]footb.aJif' watcl1eq -:the .. _turnovers to niggt with just nine completion s flallh}df. eshman: in his handiwork. JUSt 13 .yarps In -two._ plays hi 2Q passes : for 189yards. R:,. kl led . . if. i take an 6-0 lead In first The a horre. nd ous p'_as.S" ac; mqsc a? ,. wol _Junioi nm . n iqg bac\!: -_yax:ds t? touchdowns . m tlie fm!l Dopg Dav -Is burst Silt :yards 'for ing team all : season, P\lt the ball mmutes of half a!ld the Tn.: _,, , , .' . ... .. UJ> for gra:bS just eight ,times a1;1'a added .. a fo ur,-yard scormg '-.. ;:' . .::. .. . .completed two, But it was a 40-in third .. RackleY. tooldt ,&om. ttiere, yard freshman His 29 .farri, ea--left -:' ierback Clint Baker to Miami bim '!7 ya,l'ds'; short of . the )ate .each of his TDs. Nal and. Floridi :::i&M: punishect .the : But' performance was more:: from errat}c quar) ; TllorobteciS :,i>iJ. :;the : gtolil}d; ho}V!n that it helped th,-. jusF. ever: : -'.D{le .. limas!!ed ::s6'5 .. . . rushing _ yar, ds -:with . their f'i'h aryrt their f1rst losmtv : ']t; :was' Jackson 40 passmg,,,_ DaVIs, Abe Johns:m :, ;. RECORD RUSHER ELLISON SETS SIGHTS-ON ALLEN LOS ANGELES Willie Elli son un his way into the National Football I.eague reco .rd book, aided : by his OWn confidence and that shown in him by hl s coach and teammates. . Next, be goes against the team coached by a man who didr.' show much confidence in him. For the Rams face Washington next Monday night, Dec. 13, with the Redskins led by George Allen who held the reins at Los An geles the past five years. After rushing for 247 yards in the 45-28 victory over New Orleans on Sunday, beating the previous pro game mark set by Cookie Gilchrist of Buffalo in 1!163 by four yards, Ellison was asked if be thought Allen would key defenses on him. "It's kind of hard to predict what b--e'Jl. do," came the answer. ''I played for the man four years and I was never able to figun out what he'd do." Although he started In 1968 when Les Josephson was out for the season, Ellison didn't start the past two seasons. I've been told about the mis takes Ellison made,". new coach Tommy Prothro said. "I keep looking at the movies of this season and I don't see them. He looks like the best back on the field in films." Quarterback Roman Gabriel added, "There can't be many run ning backs better than Willie. He's strong. quick and fast. "The reason he has this year is because he's catchmg the ball and blocking better !tr.d concentrating. And, of course, he's playing." Gabriel started Ellison on his record breaking day with a call for pitchout around right end on the third play of the game. Willie raced 110 yards to score. By biilftime he had gained 186 yards on the ground. The injury-riddled Blazers have had a tough time of it, whming but three of 13. Wicks, however, has been a and shining light and could be the guiding genius to some future Northwest Passage; Hitters Alld -Missers Bowling Leagu e Atlanta Life Ins. 1-3 38 22 Hamilton Ins. Agcy 3 38 22 Bop City Bar .... 2-2 35 25 7-Eieven Stores 0 0 2-2 3-tl!. Bowers Barber Sh 1-3 31 29 The Davis 3-1 281h 31% Red Top Bar -.. 0 0-4 21 39. Mitchell Cleaners 4-0 14 46 High Game Men: Anthony Lovett 202, Louis Andrews 200, Robert Davis 199. High Series Men: Walter John son 541, Robert Davis 530, Solo mon Brown 526. High Game Women: Betty Lewis 203, Diane Young 203, Carrie Verriett 201. High Series Women: Betty Lewis 482, Diane Young 457, Car rie Verriett 456. Clark Reaches High-40 ATLANTA, Ga Veteran guard Art:hie Clark hit a careerhigh 40 points to help the Balti more Bullet! trim the Atlanta Hawks, 118-105, NovembE> 26. The Atlanta crowd gave !tim a standini ovation. and Alphonso Wright all netted t p(>ints early in the second period. tween 39 and 48 yards. Ro<}gers burst 16 yards for a firstl The victory gave the Rattlers ._ Clown at the 20, but the Thoro-20-18-1 edge over all OBC foes --breps failed to get inside the 13 and -a margin over Kentucky and had to settle for a 32-yard State -in the traditional a easonfield goal by Booker em;ling game. The Rattlers were s_till A Florida A&M drive with the ing that 6-3 edge with Jess than ope'iling kickoff failed to. produce five minutes remaining in tf!e when 1 Johnny Champion's half when a pair. of jntei:ceptions 48-}ard : field goal attempt fell .!;>y Leroy Powell set up t w <) just short of toe crossbar. FAMU tOuchdowns. . : But on State's first Powell swiped the first errant p1ay from a<::rimmage, a pitchout Michael ,Jackson th,row a-t t h 8 tO Willie Rodgers was mishandled F AMU 36 and hauled it back t;, and FAMU linebackef.i Benny Cof-the Tborobreds' 44. fe e claimed the JOOse ball at ihe Two pays later th.e Rattlers K-State 13. had fallen back to mid-field But Doug Davis pounded the center Clint Baker lofted a go for-broke of the Thorobreds' line for seven pass and .. Miami Northwestern yard! and then for six more-; and High product Fred Warren ,ran tlhe Ra,ttlers bad a .. IH) lead. under it for--a 40-yard gain . missed the extra-point A five-yard K-State penalty and attempt, a fotJr-yard gain by Rackley ,then set 'up cn e-yard .TD lel!p b,Y the Champion's kick made . A Dav -iS fumble on the FAMU 36::' set" up K-State lone first-half Ge_orge Lovett Gloria Scarborough are pictured at the recent Hillsborough J. C.-St. Petersburg J, C.basketball game. They were the stati!;tlcians. . OLIVA: FACING COMEBACK .... AFTER SURGERY ON .KNEE TWll'{ CITIES, Minn. .._ Unlike many of .. his teammates, Touy Olivia had. an exceptional season in 1971. In fact> it was his greatest in !l great career that began in 1961 when be left Cuba for a tryout camp in Florida. Yet, for the man who has the highest career batting average in the American Lea,gue, 1972 will be a comeback season: At least, he hopes that will be the :case. In this respect, he has much in common with his teammates. In 19'72, the Twins could have sevel'al candidates fur Comeback Player .. ot Year, you a lot abOut 'what happened tO them In 1911. OliVia; however, avoided much of the misfortune that plagued his teammates and compiled some of his best statistics. He won a third batting title with a .337 average, hi.s highest in eight major league seasons. That upped his career mark to .813. In addition, he had 22 homers and 81 RBis and 30 doubles . and how can he "come back" after a season like that? Damage to Cartilage Well, you see, there was an un fortunate thing that happened to him last season. On June 29 in Oakland, the Twins were leading the A s, 5-2, in the last of the ninth when Oliva dived for a sinking liner He fell on his knees and later limped off the field Soon, he was on a jet for Minnesota and examinations It was de termined that he su f fered carti lage damage to his right knee, but an operation wasn't necessary -then. He didn't play for 10 games and when he returned, he wasn't the same. He tried to run; b1,1.t. couldn't do it welL His aYerage fell constantly from the .370s and, wHh a iTeat deal of pain, he finally went in September and it was decided; he should / Undergo surgery. The operation was successful, and now he is involved in the reco very period-a difficult time for athletes. He must .lift and do stretching exercises to break ad;. hes.ions that developed. It's a pain ful pr.ocess. Yet, the real tests will occur in spring training in Fbrida. Remember, Rod Carew under went a similar oper ation in 1970. He, too, worked : orit : during the wintey with weights. He, too, did the exercises and suffered t h e pains of recovering. Rod Needed More Time Yet, when he returned,he wasn't the Rod Carew of 1970, or 1969. His fielding suffered and so d id his hitting. Why, on June 14, his average w-as a mere .214. Then he started to run better. The knee didn't bother him as much and his fielding improved, too. It wasn't coincidental that his average climbed during this period to-a season-ending .3fY7. With a healthy knee, he was able to use one of his best weapons the bunt. As for Oliva? In the outfield, he won't have to pivot on the knee as Carew did at second base. But he'll have longer runs and, those will take their toll. Buy from Florida Sentinel Advertisers

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Tuesday, t4, t971 Fla. Sentinel BuUetin-Publi shed every Tues. and Frl Get Both Editions PAGE NINETEEN BLACK CACiE COACH AT BOSTON U. TRIES TROTTER STYLE BOSTON Ron caree r as a c olleg e b a sketball coa c h !s only a wee k old but h e s alr e ad y sh own himse li to b e a f reeth i nking inno vato r. Mit c hell, 33, beca m e o ne of t he very few b l ack co ac hes at a major college when he was ap pointed basketball boss a t Boston University last spring Though he'd been away from basketball for four years, ser v ing as an assistant football coach, and despite the fact he wa s tak Ing over a 7-18 team, Mitchell aurprised even his employers by predicting he thoucht the Terriers eould make the tournament grade In his first season. True, he'd Inherited several varsity regulars from outgoing Charlie Luce the new assistant athletio director, and had aome promising freshmen eominl ur from a 12-'l aquad. But it had been some yean since Bos t on Univer!oity had c:ujoyed anything like tournament level cage success and in fact had a combined 117-154 record over the last 12 seasons. When the B U squad trotted onto the Boston Garden court last week for their opening game against neighboring Boston Col lege, the Terriers formed a series o! circles and, while the school band jazzed it up, went into a ball-handling and passing rout i ne that was clearly a takeoff on the fa med Harlem Globetrotter warmllp. Flipping basketballs over t heir heads, passing beh i nd their backs, bounding passes through their legs and faking football-style handoffs, the Terriers spent sev eral minutes in their fancy warmup session before e ver going to the basket in standard pregame pa ssing-shootin g f orma t. As they upset their s light]\ fav o red B C r iv a ls, 83-81, in the Mean pot T ournament opener, t he B .U. p layers d i d some other s t r ang e t hing s. O n e o f t h e m include d a b asket g uard i ng style b y 6 f oot-7 junior Jim Gar v in tha t w as clearl y reminiscent of the i nt i mida ti ng defen s e Boston Celtic s tar Bill R u ssell. Another was the s u bstitution of guards In pairs a platoon-st y le Mit c hell admi t s he carried over fr o m h i s days as defensive coach In football Why the Globetrotter routine? "It's two-fold Ken t uck y S t ate graduate Mit chell said "It pro vides a good rhythm for ball handling pu r poses and it give the players a chance to relax Be sides, it Includes a lot of tkings that are used In modern basket ball And how else would you warm up a behind-the-back pasP or a between-the-legs dribble? "I'd seen it done by Morehead College in 1963 or 1964 and I know othe r teams have done it so it's not that new It helps the kids get loose and relaxed I asked the band director for the music because that helps in the rhy t!lm and provides a ps y chological lift Mit c hell's squad, ke y ing on Garvin s rebounding and a 32-point scoring average by sopho more Ken Boyd won its fir s t t w o starts to recall the rookie coach's original tournament prediction The loss of their quarterback," veteran junior guard Vic Gathers to knee surgery follow ing the second game, will un doubtedl y hurt the Terrier tour nament hope But thus far at least it hasn t changed Mitchell s mind one bit BUBBA SMITH'S MOMMA HAS PH.D AND DICiS FOOTBALL NEW YORK -Bubba Smith the same six-foot seven inch 260 pound defensive terror who has heard people Implore him ' Kill, Bubba Kill!" never really paid much attention to them but there s one person to whom he always listens. His mother. she holds a Ph. D and she knows football. "Sbe knows it so good she can eall plays from the sideline l!ays her son a key member of the Baltimore Colt's front four. I talk with my mother every chance I get," Bubba Smi t h say s, "and the funny thing about that is after we played the Rams I called her right after the game and she said we were going to have to get a little more surge from our offens ive line She said t hey weren't coming off the ball. I said 'Is there anything else you wanna know, coach ? Bubba Smith smiles when he tells that story It' s clear he loves his mother, and what's so wrong about a son doing that e v en if he Is 26 and plays defensive end for the Baltimore Colts? Mrs. Georg i a Smith told WEDNESDAY 8 PM FLORID IOnS VIRGINIA KIDS! T-SHIRT NIGHT CURTIS HIXON HALL Kids under 14 when accompanied by adult with $4 and $5 seat ticket get free floridiana' T-Shlrt Tickets $5, $4 and $2 at Curtis Hixon Hall Box Office. Or phone 226-2001. ..... ' PRETTY FANS CHEER FOR HILLSBOROUGH JR. COLLEGE From left are Carolyn Kennon, Loretta Wright, and l\laureen Center, enthusiastic cheerers for the Hillsborough Jr. College basketball team when they met St. Petersburg Jr. College a few nlghl11 aao. When the game ended Hillsborough waa In front by one point. GAME BETWEEN H. J. C. AND ST. PETE IS THRILLER The game between Hillsborough Jr. College and St. Petersburg Jr. College ended In a one point victory for Hillsborough last week. This Is a scene during the second quarter scramble. The game wu played In Tampa. .... ___________ -=.;,.:.::;:;;:;;;;;;;;=:..=:.=.=;:;;;;;;;;;;;;:. her son about Baltimore's offent his one. ---------sive line not coming off the ball I'll talk with her after a ball the way it should the Colts have game some time and $he ll try won three of the four games they to tell me what Unitas should call played. The only loss was to next week aays Bubba. M i ami two weeks ago, 17-14; and that becomes somewhat more And does he relay the message signif icant now because t he Colts to John Uni t as? take on the Dolphins again in No," he says. "I never go back Baltimore Saturday with the and t ell \FC's Eastern Division lead hang-It has been said Bubba Smith ng ln the balance. intimidates rival offensive line-That doesn t necessarily mean men. He says o therw ise t hough Bubba Smith's mother h ,as t h e Let s say they have to respect Campbell's Cleaners For The Finesl In Dry Cleaning AI The LOWEST POSSIBLE. PRICES We Also Do Minor and Major Allemallons. For Pick Up And Delivery Service CALL 232-5301 Buy from Florida Sentinel Advertisers LOUNGE Open Every Day Air Cond. LOCATED : 859 ZACK STREET Phone 229-9893 4017 34th STREET and 3527 22nd STREET TITUS E CAMPBELL, Prop.

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, From left are Jolur and Earl Summerlme, referee Ia In the Soatll AtlaDtfc. Conference Church Learae. The7 are pictured a rame between Mt., Calvary I. D. A. Church ol Tampa and &he S. D. A. Church fa Jackloavllle. Cage Corner By BILLY DAWKDIS Serilinel Sporls Writer FORMER MIDDlETON S .TARS SHINE IN CA.GE CAMPAIGN With 1 former Middleton ,.stars Alfred Pyies a!)d Ralph Kyle!' winning top honors in the western conference football season, some former Tiger etars' are doing the ume thing with the start of the basketball season. Ed Johnson, a junior and mak lpg his first varsity start scored !9 points to lead the Chamberlah1 Chiefs to a 88-78 victory over the Piant High Pan' thers. Slim Davia Smith ; who played a gre,at deal tor the Tigers last year, .. got into early foul trouble, came off the bench in the fourth quarter and led his King High Lions to a 83-75 upset victory over the Robinson Knights. FrankUn Brooks played a good rame at defense . Coach Hilton of King had been crying the blues about his team not being tall and experienced enough. But the way they handled the taller Knights, he can throw away the crying towel because no one will ever believe him again. The Hillsborough Terriers open ed their season last Friday night with a couple o! former Tiger stars, Harold .Bradley and Otis Thornton. With these kind of' stars, I wonder what kh1d of team coach Arthur Smith would have had this year. MAKE CHRISTMAS BEAUTIFUL WITH BALDWIN PIANOS MUSIC YAMAHA ORGANS Tampa, norida 33604 PHONE 933-4077 Open Monday lhru Friday every night Till 9 Lions'_ Mitchell Wary Of Bowl Trip PIT'I'SBURGH -H'alfback Ly dell Mitchell of Penn State &ays he hu reservations about his team's trip to the Cotton Bowl in Da!las.1 "My opinion at first was not to go because of how I felt about the racial problems," the black athlete said. "'But I guess I'm not sure noW', I don't know if there is a problem or not. "I doubt that things have changed there," said Mitchell, who fin isbed fifth in the Heiaman Tro phy balloting, "but I've never lieen to Dallaa 110 r don't really Big Patriot tackle Doesn't Mind Being No. 2 On Team BOSTON -"I like being R 2," says New England's rookie defensive tackle, Julius Adams. But today he's No. 1. He has been selected the Defensive PLayer of the Week in Press for con tributions he made in the Pafriots' upset of Miami. Adams has applied the No. I label t
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KODAK ALL-AMERICANS INTERVIEWED IN MIAMI BEACH Tom Darden, left, and Mike T ay lor, chat with sports com Jllentator Ed Gurien during a weekend of rest and relax a tion in !Kiami Beach. Both !rom th e Universit y of :\lichigan, D a rden and Taylor were among Kod a k All-Americ a ns selected by the Ameri c an Football Coaches Association. The squad was hosted by East-Rams' Ellison Just 71 Shy Of 1,000 Yard Season LOS ANGELES -"It kind of seemed like a dream when I woke up the next day," said Willie Ellison of the Los Angeles Rams. "It didn't seem realistic until I tried to get out of bed. Then Jt felt like I'd done something unusual." Something usual indeed. In the 52-year history of the National Football League no man did what the unsung Ellison ac cnmplished in a recent game. Not even the fabled Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns. Carrying the ball 26 times, the five-year pro from Texas Southern rushed for an incredible total of 247 yards-an NFL record. It was only the 19th time since the NFL's inaugural year in 1920 that a back had gone for 200 yards or more in a game. .. I was a little bit more tired and stiff than usual but it was a kind of feeling," said Elli t;On, used as a part-time performer in George Allen's last two zeasons at Los Angeles in 1969 and 1970. After a first half that included 1111 at-yard touchdown romp in tne O}M;ning two minute!!, Ellison knew he had a shot at Cookie Gilchrist's record of 243 yards set vn 36 carries for Buffalo in 1963. 'I1le six-foot one-irich, 200pound fullback got the record on his 25th earry in a 45-28 victory over New Orleans that, coupled with San Francisco' s loss to Kansas City Monday night put the Rams mto first place in the NFC West with two games to go. "At halftime, he explained, "I was told I was approaching the reconl. So when we started the half, it was in the back of my mind A native of Lockhart 'kx. Ellison makes his off-season home in Houston. His wife Doris, and the couple's 4 year-old twin boys, Darrell and Derrick:, weren't even here to enjoy his brightest moment as a pro. They were in Houston "My family watched the game on offered the Rams' No. 1 running back, who lives alone in Los Angeles. Ellison 26, didn"t do any ce; ebra ting after his performance any thing done in cine gameby the Incomparable Brown. "I stopped by a friend'li house for awhile and then went home and relaxed he offered The next day I just tried to get of rest." W it n the Washington Redskins and the Pittsburgh Steelers left o:t the Rams' schedule Ellison is 71 yards shy of 1,000 yards. That's a goal he set for himself when he came into the NFL as the Rams' top draft choice in 1967. "I' m sure this is the goal of most running backs in the league," he says. In addition to his rushing total Ellison has caught 29 passes for 234 yards. Ellison's total of 929 yards (on 188 carries for a 4 .94 average) is almost equal to his four -year rushing figure of 1,137 (on 275 carries for a 4 .13 average) going into 1971. His previous game high was 138 yards against the Atlanta Falcons. That was this season He once went for 200 yards against Jackson State while pla y ing at Texas Southern. In his second year with the Rams in 1968, he carried the ball 20 times against the MinneBota Vikings-his most rushes in a contest until Sunday. Course Record Set In Ciolf Scramble At Rogers Park A course record of 59 was set on the par 72 Rogers Park Golf Course S11.1day during a golf scramble sponsored by the Rogers Park Golf Association The team of Dr. W W Andrews and Sam !:mith, both of Tampa, and Charles (Lefty) Baldwin and W H Ross of Clearwater, blistered the tough 16 hole layout with a 33-26-59 to win the top prize of $80 in the scramble. Three other foursome!! also blistered the course and won $40 per foursome The team of Willie Black, Eddie Smith, David Smith and Roy E:imon posted cards of 32-30-62; Herbert Smith Harold Johnson, T Miller and Kenne t h Hamilton 32-30-62; and, Raymond Dix, James (Jit) Brown Mike Mc Keever and Calvin (Alaska John son 3 Charles Hamilton Charles Kennedy, Aaron Smith and R. Smith posted a : card i ot 32-31-6.'1. Only the professi onals in the group recei ved cash. man Kodak Company. Other black members of the team are Eric Allen, Michigan State; Clarence Ellis, Notre Dame ; Ernie Jackson, Duke; (;;regg Pruitt, Oklahoma; Sherman White, Califor nia; Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska. Squeaks In, State 26-23 BATON ROUGE -Joe Gilliam, at his best under pressure, fired three touchdown passes in the second half to bring Tennessee State to a 26-23 victory over McNeese State here Saturday in the Grantland Rice Bowl. It was Tennesee State 's fourth appearance in the NCAA bowl game and the Tigers third vic tory. Their other appearance here ended in a tie The defeat left second ranked McNeese with a 9-1-record. Ten nessee State finished 9-1 for the season. The Tigers were trailing Mc Neese, 16-6, at halftime when Gilliam connected on touchdown passes of eight and 17 yards to split end John Holland in the or)ening minutes of the third pe riod. He hit Ollie Smith with a 45-yard scoring strike on the first play of the fourth quarter. 1 On each of his three touchdown passes, Gilliam was pressured out of the pocket and found receivera running broken patterns. Tennesee State's other touch down came in the second period when cornerback Clifford Brook's recovered a fumbled punt snap in the McNeese end zone. Brooks, a first team All American, may have saved the game for the Tigers when he intercepted a Me Neese pass on his own 14 15 seconds to play. McNeese scored in the second period when Spencer Thomas !elf on a fumbled pass completion in the end zone and on a 20-yard pass from Greg Davis to Robert Howe FLORIDIANS MEET SQUIRES AT TAMPA-WEDNESDAY The Floridians will have a chance to pick up valuable ground in the Eastern Division of the ABA when they play host to two divi sional fee!! in as many nights. Coach Bob Bass club meets the Virginia Equires in an 8 p.m. game Wednesday night at Ct1rtis Hixon Hall in Tampa that will be telecast to Miami on WCIX TV (Channel 6) and broadcast by WGBS and WFLA Thursday night the Floridians entertain the Pittsburgh Condors at the Miami Beach Convention Hall on "Ball Night." The Squires, currently In .sec ond place in the Eastern Division, are no skangers to the Tampa Bay area. They defeated the Flor idians 119-116 at st. Petersburg's Bay front Arena on Nov. 10 as 6 foot 6 guard Cbarlie Scott pour. ed in 35 points. Sco t t, the American Basketball Association s leading scorer with a 35-point a verage, previously had tallied 47 and 33 points in games against the Floridians. The All ABA performer' s achievements this year include a burst of 13 ._ s traight points in two and one half minutes which won a recent game. &ott could be Ehado wed thi1 time, though, by rug1ed, 8 Warren J a bali who has been switched to the backcourt in an effort to improve the Floridians rebound ing and defense. The Floridians will have to contend with 8-8 forward Juliua Erving of Massachusetts, who fa a leading candidate for Rookie of the Year honors with his average of 25.4 points and 14. 9 rebounds a game. The Condou, one of the roughest teams in the league, pose a different problem with 6 5 forward John Brisker, who is averaging 27 points a game. Brisker's fights on the court in the past two years have become legendary In the ABA. His most recent one with Art Becker of the Denver Rock ets a week ago drew a charge from Rocket Coach Alex Hannum that Brisker should be suspended from the league. Clemente In Hero Rates Class ST. LOUIS Outfielder Luis Melendez of the St. Louis Car dinals says "Roberto Clemente is one of my heroes Melendez, the youngest ol eight chifdren, Is 22 and hit .225 in 88 Alcorn T rackster Chosen Outstanding Female Athlete By J. I. HE!I>URJCKS, JH. Miss 1\Iiss llt'lt'n Wil liams, 20-yearold junior major i ng in Health and Phi" S icll l Education at Alcorn A : M Cnil eg e. was the l!l i l winner of the Southern Association Amnt :'ur Athlet i c Union Out s t a nding F e m a le Athlete Award of the Uni!C'u States Miss Williams, n n a livt' ,f Magnolia. Miss. was the tlwd Alcorn s tud e nt in t hr e e lcms l o b e honored by the S.A. A ll \V11!! e Magee was named the mo s t Outstanding Athlete in the Sonth m 19i0 and Miss Midrette Nett e r w a s n a med the most Outs t anding Aln le l e in the South in 1969. The Oust a nding Ath1ete Award was pres ent e d at the third Ar. nual AAU Awards Banquet Satur day, December 4 in the Fontaine bleau Motor Hotel in New Orleans, La at 7:30 P. M Miss Williams was also honored by the Mississippi Health, Physi cal Education and Recreation Association Friday night, tl, in Jackson. Her coach is Dr. Grant A. Dungee of the Alcorn A&M College Athletic Department. Bob Foster Title Defends Thursday Bob Foster, who often at the West Columbus Drive Box ing Gym here in Tampa d e fends his world's title on Thursday, ue. cember 16th, at Oklahoma City, against Brian Kelly 8th rated light-heavywe i ght. The match is expected to attract a capacity crowd of 15,000 and a gate of about $150,000. The promoter states t he ring side tickets are all sold as of Friday, Dec. loth. Lou Viscusi, of Tampa, who owns the Tampa Boxing Gym is the manager of Bob Foster. Willie Wilson, local favorite hal been training with Foster at Al buquerque, New Mexico in a sparmate roll. Wilson reports that Bob Foster is in top condition and should emerge victorious Thuraday night. Two Out Knick With Centers Injuries NEW YORK-The New York Knicks lost two reserve centera with injuries Monday when Gre1 Fillmore hurt his ankle and Luther Rackey suffered a jammed thumb during a practice seuion. Earl Monroe baa recovered from an ankle sprain and will be in the lineup against the Boetoo Celtici. aftermissing several games. The loss of Fillmore and Rackley leaves the Knicks with Jerry Lucas a1 their lone experienced pivotman. And that isn't even Lucas' regular position. Lucas, a forward, has been fillinl tn for sidelined Willis Reed. Shirley Chish"" Guest At Orange Classk MIAMI -Congreuwoman Shir ley Chisholm wu in Miami Saturday morning to be the guest of honor at the 39th annual Orange Blos110m football classic festivities. Prior to the 1ame Congress woman Chisholm held aeveral in formal meetings with local Dade county elected officiala u weD aa with variou1 lfOUps of poten tial supporters. Mrs.
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PAGE TW.ENTtaWO I''IL Sentinel Bulletin-Published every Tuea. and Fri. Get Both Editions Tuesday, December 14, 1971 FUNERAL NOTICES PLANCHAT, MR. ENRIQUE -Funeral services for Mr. Enrique Planchat 2537 Union Street, who passed Friday in a local hosprtal, will be held Wednesday at 4 p.m. from the DUDLEY-LAWRENCE Memorial Chapel of STONE & GORDON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS (Stone's Funeral Home, nne.) with the Rev. Father Nich olas Helldorfcr of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church officiating. Rosary S.crvi 'ces will be conducted at the Funeral Chapel Tuesday Evening at 8:00 P.M. The body will lie in state at the Funeral Home from 2:00 P.M. Tuesday to funeral time. THE FAMILY WILL BE AT THE FUNERAL HOME FROM 7:00 P.M. to 9:3o0 P.M. Tuesday evellling to receive frrends. A native of Cuba, Mr. Planchat bad resided in Tampa about fifty years: He was a retired cigar maker. He leaves to mourn his passing: three daughters, Mrs. Argcli'a P oe and husband, Mack, Virginia Reach, Va., Mrs. Grace Perry and hu sband, George, Atlantic City N.J.; and Mrs. Ophc Jla Miller. T ampa; one so n, Mr. Henry Pianchat and wife, Daisy, Tampa; six grandchildren, Mrs: Oneiia Hamilton and husband, 's-Sgt. K. G U.S.A.F. Fort Dix; N.J., Mrs. Betty Brooks and busband, Freddie, Tampa, Mrs. Julie Swain and husban d Leroy, Ches 4er, Pa. Mr. Larry Planchat, Mr. Danny F.vans, and Miss Linda Ev ans, all of Tampa; four greatgrandchildren; Mrs. Anna Reese and husband, Tampa, ne phew, Mr. Arthur Planchat and wire, Tampa; and a host of &ther relatives and friends. STONE & GORDON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS (Stone's Funeral Hori1c, Inc.) TILLMAN, MRS MINNIE -Funeral services for the late 1\lrR. Minnie Tillman of 2134 Spruce Street, who departed from this life on Dec. 7, in a local hospital will be held at 4 p .m. Tuesday from the Franklin Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Miles Jones, officiating. Interment wlll be In. the Memorial Park Ce metery directly after the services. The remains will repose at the Franklin Funeral Home from 5:00 p m. Monday until near funeral &lme Tuesda y The funeral corlege will arrange from 2134 at approximately 3:30 p m Tucs day. Survivors Include : sister-inlaw, Mrs Margie Haygood o! Tampa; co u si ns i\lr. Lumflcld Foster. Mrs Elizabeth Gardner, 1\tr Fred Gardner, Mr. Donnie Gardner. Mrs. Cora B. Lar.kins, Mn. Alma l\lcNeal and m a n y othcr sorrowin g relatives and lfriend5. FRANKLIN FUNERAL HOME will be in charge of the services. WILLIAMS, MR. EDDIE SR. -Funeral service for the late Mr. Eddie Williams Sr., 2519 Chelsea Street, who passed away Dec. 7th, will be held Wednesday, Dec. 15, at 11 a.m. from the East Side Funeral Chapel with Rev. Thom as E. Burrough officiating interment will follow in the Mem orial Park Cemetery; A native of Georgia, Mr. Williams had resided in Tampa for several yeras. He leaves to mourn his passing, a wife, Mrs. Pansy Williams; a son. Mr. Eddie Williams Jr.' of Tam pa; a sister, Pearl Roy of 'faxppa; 2 grandchildren, Donald Lynn Johnson, Theodore Johnson, Tampa; a niece, 1\Iary Scott and husband, Tesco of Plant City, a cousin, Mrs. Gloria Sims of Tam pa; cousin-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. James Floyds of West Palm Beach, Mrs. Margaret Johnson and family of Tampa; a nephew, 1\lr. -Elmo Sims and wife of Tampa; Brother-in-law, Mr. Wilbert Sims of Tampa; sisterin law, Mrs. Rosale P atter and husband, Mr. Otis of Tampa; devoted friends, Mrs. Lucille Brown Mr. Clarence Williams, Mrs. Lillian Williams, Mrs. Phils ,Jones a n d family, other relatives and sor rowing friends. The remains will repose at the East Side Funeral Chapel from 3 P. M. Tuesd-ay until --funeral time; THE EAST SIDE FUNERAL CHAPEL in charge of arrangements. Willie Benton Williams Director. Memoriam TAIMPA -In meniory of my. husband and lather, Samuel Allen Lott who passed December '13, 1961. We love you, but God loved you be11t, Sadly missed by your devoted wife, Mrs. Elmlna Lott and chll dren. Memoriam TARPON SPRINGS In lov Ing memo -ry of our d ea r mother, !\Irs. Maggie Brown w h o passed away December H, 1968. We cannot say, and will n o t say that she Is dead-she Is just away. With a cherry snHie and a wave of the hand, she h a s UNCLE SAJ:J Y SAYS H. 56. Life Is made up of sobs, snlfflcs and smilcs i2. 13. with snifflcs prcdomlnating. 98, 66. wandered into an unknown land. Sadly missed by your children: Calvin W. Brown R .Ph., Mildred Hana; Gladys H argrett, Bernice James, R.N., Altamese Holmes, Sgt. George A. Broll'n, Sammie L. Brown. l'ftpmoriam. TAMPA -In loving memory of our dear sweet mother, Frances White who passed away December 14, 1968. Step b y step we ll make that same journey Your daughter, Corine Vickers and family, Memoriam TAMPA ....: In memory of 1\11. Adam J Shannon, who departed this life two yeats ago December 13, 1969; Gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by your wife, Mrs. Maxine Shannon; sons, Ronald, Darrell, and the Slt'annon family. Card of Thanks TAMPA The family of Mrs. Henrietta Anderson wishes to thank the many friends who remembered them during their hour of bereavement. Special thanks to the Lily Whlte Lodge No. 139 and the Reatha Williams Council, Dea con's Council of Congress No. 4, International Ushers Convention Women's Auxiliary, Rev. M. C. johnson for a comforting message, the Wilson Funeral Home for services rendered. May God bless you all. Mrs. Amelia Pouncie and Mrs. Rosa Larkins, sisters and all the family. T ampan Receives Ph. D. Degree At FSU LEONARD CAMPBELL, .JR. Leonard Campbell, Jr., a native of Tampa, and former teacher at College Hill Elementary School ( 1964,67), was awarded the Ph.D. degree in educational administration from the Florida State University on November 30. Dr. Campbell's dissertation entitled ''The Attitudes of Black Teachers Toward Black Teachers and White Teachers, and the Converse : Racial Prejudice or General Belief?" has promise of becoming a valuable piece of literature in giv ing directions in dealing with teacher attitudes in desegregate d schools Dr. Campbell's plans for the future are to "return to the public school system and become ac e i .-eh-imo lve-d in the so c iooo!it i cal siructure" of h!s homet..:>',\:n community \Tampa). UF See,king N ,ew Prob e Of Civil Rights GAINESVILLE The University of Florida is asking for a new federal civil rights investiga tion on campus, since it hasn't heard one word aoout the probe made by U.S Department, of Health, Education and Welfare authorities last spring. Dr. Harry Sisler executive vice president at the university, in a letter written to HEW stated: "We must presume that since a period of nearly eight months has elapsed since your audit and since that period has been one of accelerated progress on our campus toward the achievement of our affirmative action goals, you will wish to return to our campus before rendering a report. "If our presumption in th:s matter is incorrect, we would strongly suggest that you seri ously consider such action," the communique continued, "W e I The D.I.C. Gospel Crusaders rendered a musical program at Mt. Olive M B. Church Sunday night. Mrs. G. Scott is sponsor and Rev. W H. Cade is pastor. They will render a m)lsical program Sunday night at 7 at St. John M.B Church of which Rev. W H Moore is pastor and on the 4th Sunday night they will be at the Pillar Ground and Truth Church of which Rev. Mrs. Evelyn Jones is pastor. The Appreciation Service for Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Moore began Monday night at St. John M B. Church Mrs. Willie Lee Sheard, Mu. Grace Scott and children Kenneth, Queenie, Peaches, Cherri would be delighted to assist you in every way possible to enable you to update your information concerning the university's statu3 with respect to minority prob lems, so that your report would be of maximum assistance to us." Several weeks of racial broke out on the Florida campus last April after 70 protesting black students were arrested at a peaceful sit-in in the outer of fice of President Stephen O'Coa nEll. After the commotion had sub sided, an 11-member HEW in vestigating team met with students and university officials to see if there were any racial dis criminations on campus. The results of this is what Sisler was inquiring about from William Thomas acting regional civil rights director in the Office for Civil Rights, Health and Welfare 1ri Atlanta. Highlights I motored to Wauchula Saturday. Mrs. Carolyn Anderson and Mrs. Mollie B Clayton went to Sarasota Saturday on a shopping spree. Seaman Wendell Campbell, Jr., is home for Xmas. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Scott of Alabama Ave. Choir and ushers union were held Sunday at Mt. Olive Baptist Church of which Rev. W . H. Moore is pastor. He delivered the message. The Brotherhood and Deaconess Council will be held Sunday at 3 at M.B. Church. Rev. P. V. Bowens is pastor, Mr. Walter Frazier 13 president and Rev. W. H. Ca.:le delivered the message. ----I lily White Society I DEATHS The funeral of Mrs. Maggie Chishm, a member of Lily Whiti! Lodge No. 180, was held Saturday from Shiloh M. B . Church of Or lando. Mrs Leria James represented the grand assembly. The funeral of Mrs. Martha Risley, a member of Lity White Lodge No. 55, will be held Wednesday from Mf. Zion Baptist Church. Mrs. Viola Peterson wifi represent the grand assembly. Death Notices Franklin Funeral Home Mrs. Mary Chatman, 1803 13th Ave., Apt 16. Mr. Lonnie Ward, 22161AI 20th St. Infant Girl Thomas, Rt. 1, Box 33, Ruskin. Mrs. Minnie Tillman, 2134 Spruce St. Wilson Funeral Home Mrs. Lillie Cash, 1517 Lamar Ave. Mr. Wilbert Shuman, 3411 E. Deleuil. Baby Girl Jackson, 1106 Arch St. Baby Boy Henderson, 3336 22nd St. Infant Samuel Monroe Hall 3207 4th Ave 1\'fr. :\I. B Wo:dy P 0. Box 22, Wimdermere, Fla. 1\lr. James Smith 2622 32nd Ave. Ray Williams Funeral Home 1\Ir. \Vilbert Goodwin, 1502 No. B. Street. l\Ir. Eddie Lowe 1113 Grace S t. Stone & Gordon Funeral Home Mr. Jame3 Edward Grant, 2809 25:h St. Mr. Enriqu e Planchat. 2537 Un ion S t. Pughslcy Funeral Home Mr. Theodore Donalds ) n, 400 S. The funeral of Mr. Eddie Williams, a member of Lily White Lodge No. 5, will be held Wednesday from Eastside Funeral Hor11e. Chapel, of Tampa. Mrs. Eura Lee Adams will represent the grarid assembly. The funeral of Mr. Jame3 Smith, a member of Lily Whits Lodge No 221, will be held Saturday from St. Matthews M B. Church with Rev. I. Anderson officiating. Mrs. Eura Lee will represent the grand as sembly. The funeral of Mrs. Ella. Davis, a member of Lily White Lodge No 56, will be held Thursday from Bethel Metropolitan Churcll of St Petersburg. Mr. McKinley Bell will represent the grand assembly. The funeral of Mr James Grant, president of Lily White Lodge No. 39 ana a Grand Mar&hal will be held Saturday at 1:30 from New Salem P.B. Church with the pastor, Rev. R .H. Howard, officiating. All Grand Officers are asked to meet at the church at I: 15. Community Meeting Action Set New programs serving Hills borough County will be discussed at this week's meeting of t he Community Action Agency The meeting has been announced for 2 P. M Wednesday at 1301 Florida A v enue. Orleans. Mr .Joseph Harris, 3606 22nd St., Apt. 10. :'l!r. James H. Fleming, 402 W. Palm Ave. East Side Funeral Home Mr. Eddie Williams, Sr. 2511 E.

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Tuesday, December 14, 1971 BUSIRESS NO CREDIT??? Having Trouble Buying A Car Because you are short on Credil or Dflwn Payment? LET ME HELP YOU Call Bill Browu 232-4891 OR SEE ME AT SON RAY MOTORS 6300 FLORIDA AVE. EMPLOYMEIIT Real Eslale Salesman Needed MUST BE REGISTE}lED. Phone Wilbert Williams :Breker. 151 4Mt. Womea age 18-35. Are you tired o1 your present routine? D1 yota wish fur travel, meetiDc people and e:s:eitiag work? Tile WomeD's Army Cerps bu maay skiDs available fGI' aalified YOUIII womea. For eomplete laferma&i&n eaD Tampa, Fla. m-7711, E:d. lJJ, 1'71. 171. WHERE YOU GET THOSE BEAUTIFu'L AVON GIFTS? Call 626-0874. Better yet, be come im AVON Representative and sell them to many others who want to buy them. Call now 876-3242. EMPLOYMDIT Male Help Wanlei 1\Ien 17-35. Guaranteed assignment to Europe. U. II. Army ls accepting applications for mini mum 111 months tour In Europe In Infantry, armor and artillery career fields. For complete Information caD Tampa, Fla. 238-'l7ll, Ext. ll5, 171, 172. FOB SALE $50 DOWif BEAUTIFUL THREE BEDROOM HOMES with eorpet, We baUJ, bout Ia ranee aad ona, cllala liak fence altd bea11tihal laJHIscape Iota. WILBERT WILLIAMS REALTY ZlZZ Mala st. PhoBe Z51Ht WANT A NEW ROl'tiE? $200 Down good credit. Call Equal Oppor tunity Development Corp. Call 257-32&1 or t35-19K. SWIMMING POOL IN CHARMING RIVER GROVE Estates. I bedrOiml, I batlu, Fla. room, central heat and air. Non qualifying. HAROLD FRANKLIN, REAI.TOR Phoue 871-05841 CHRISTMAS TREES TO FIT everybody' pocket book. Also black Chrillima. yard dis plays. Trees $2.50 up. 4004 North 30th Street. ... JAN ITO I Permanent ,O sitlons availabie. Days. Must have 110me werk exPerience. Reliable trllJ!sportation. Appli Personnel Office. ST JOSEPH HOS.PITAL 3001 WEST BUFFALO AVENU: AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ... ,. ' IAIL YOUR AI REI! DB BUY!. LEASE .OR IIIJIE! TELL SELL! 18 worda or leN wm eost $!.ot per edltlota aJU1 lte eaeh additional word. It you aeed Jaelp In wrltlag JOIII' ad, w to lidoat ow much larger ads wm Just caD "MISS RESULTS'' at 148-lt!l. Please enclose your eheclt or moaey ordeJ ,_ eaela .. JW wtsll to han published. WRITE YOUR AD HERE Under what classification Abonld we publish yoar 11417 :o-o .. wH. Yoar Name: ..................................................... Your address: : .. .. Yot:J Teleabone Ntmber: .... ........................ .. '" .......... .. PtlaU thi fllrm wltll melt IMIMJ orier. tos 'l'IIB F ... ORIDA. P. 0. Box 3313, Tampa l3t01 FOB .SALE 23 BRS PLUS NEAR ST. ELIZABETH HOSPI PITAL. Zone R-3. Boarding Home now, plus a small sep arate home. Can be excellent Income property. $15,500 with good terms. JUDITH WALTER ASSOC. 988-2507 MYRON HYLTON, Reallor 4%05 South MacDill 837-1561 3310 EAST MOHAWK LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS $58 for principle aad interests 7% (per cent). Nice 2 bedrooms, CB, with screeaed porch a n d wan to wail carpeting. Total price -$8,500. $380 down FHA. Aaaual perceaiage rate 8 pereeat. Immediate po11e11ioa. CaD Dot Atkins. Offiee 238-31'77 or W-3958 resideace. ICHULSTAD AND HUFFMAN, INC. 711 West Hillsboro FHA 235 NEW I AND 4 BEDROOM Jaomea wiU& baths, famUy Ellelosed rarage, 1ide walks altd fuUy landscape lets; ()pea e-veryday for your con venience. Call Joe Kennedy or David Diequez ; 621-3471. HALLMARK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY See Today $4so Down 1906 GRACE STREET. iroom CB. Will 1ie painted and repaired for you. Only $10,500. FHA terms. ALL STATE LAND BROKER &32-1826 $50 DOWN . -NEWLY RECONDITIONED, con crete blo ck, 5-3-1, stove, refrig., carpets. DON TAAFFE, Broker. sii-2729 ot ' 839-1422. .... I Save Tinle And Stamps Phone Your News 248-1921 FOB SALE FOR SAJ,E NO QUALIFYING 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, 1 bath. $200 down. Balance like rent. 6515 South Himes Ave. Call 258-5151. FOB BENT. FOR RENT 11th AVE. 1 bedroom un furnished CB building. $30. All utilities paid. No childrea. Phone 258-5151. Washen aRd Rigeralors lor relll $2.50 Weekly N Gimmicks Never A Senlee Cbarp. Pboae t88-tl31 7216 tlth STREET FOBIDIT Clean Pabalecl loUses Phone '251-J645 PUBLIC SERYICE are: re. quested check t h e first appearance of ada for corrections. This . newspaper will be re-sponsible for only one incorrect buerdon. ANY ERROR SHOULD BE' J REPORTED IMMEDIATELY :'CALL 248-1921 ----(A FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN WANT ADS WORK HARD I PUBLIC SERVICE AUTO INSURANCE lMMEDI.o\ I'E COVERAGE at a eost that correspond to roar drlvlna b!story Jack Beny 626-6194 AUTO INSURANCE Before and .alter an aeoldeDt A. F. mBBIDE IRS. 1!01 Marlon Street Phene !23-SSSl 4-A LOU-LQU OF A DEAL ON CUT-RATE PLUMBING C.SOts TRADING POST lame Locat1011 For tS Yean YllOVET 1811 B. BBOADWAY PHONE HI-Ull Got Car Troubles? TBANSMISSION OVERBAUL ' GEN. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Yours truly went back to t h HIDEAWAY LOUNGE over on Platt fer a second helping of soulful GENEVA COPELAND. Meaning, of course, the soulful rendition that this talented young lady renders. After viewing t h e now flick called "THE BUS IS COML'I"G," yours truly needed some sot: to. ease his mind. The HIDEA'RAY LOUNGE, packed to the as Jsual, is noted for catering to the best local talent the mangement can get its hand on ... And seven days a w e e k you'll find the best of Tampa per forming in this soulful spot. It' s a glamorous place to visit, but be sure to gt:t there early if you want a seat. The GATOR BAR over on 13th Street is not being left out wht:n it comes to They compensate for not having 1ie soul entertainment with soul food a n d soulful Go Go dancers JOAN and DOTTIE, the soulful barmaids that whip up your favorite brew et a flash, keep you feeling right at home with their friendly wel comes and f.riendly hellos GENE O STEEN is the master mind be hind this joy house and his motto is "We Keep The Rock House Rocking For The Rock H o u s e Rockers." Right on brother! Holding the other bar in the south wing of the GATOR BAR : s the lovely "TROJAN," whosa creatiYeness with drinks has made the GATOR BAR a favorite of many Tampa Night Beaters. All in-all, the GATOR BAR is truly one of the nicer soulful spots in the Tampa Bay area. The sophisticated T 0 M M Y DONNE is holding his grounds and preparing for the almighty LOU RAWL's show scheduled for .Jan 6 through Jan. 9, 1972. The place? KING ARTHUR'S INN. 'l'he is the gem of classic enter tainment for the Tampa Bay area. Coupled with its restaurant, which unquestionably serves t h e best steaks in town, an exquisite cocktail lounge, TOMMY DONNE shouid be crowned "THE SOP HISTICATED EMANCIPAOR." The HAWAIIAN VILLAGE sometimes called A "Polynesian Paradise," wailed to the sounds of America's great young entertainers TOM CARLISLE, who presents a vibrant, pulsating show. Truly one of America's roost ex citing enterta iners, he really keeps the audiences jumping Also you will fincl fabulous Polynesian and American cuisine In four delight ful dining rooms; K::na Room, Lanai Room, Hawaiian Room and the Shrangri La Room. The HAWAIIAN VILLAGE features over 100 American and Polynesian dishes and one can find some of Tampa's finest entertainers ap pearing here. Go by and tell DON SLOAN Tampa's Night Beat sent ysu. Still the favorite spot of many Tampans is the JEWEL BAR over on Nebraska Avenue. It swings daily from 10 a.m. until 1 a.m. with the best services in town. Here you can find some of the coldest beer and wine in the area to quinch your thirst. Over here on my side of town and out Jackson Heights way, one can find soul at its best when the visits spots like THE HORSE SHOE, LOUISE AND MARVIN'S DRIVE INN, THE HIDEOUT, GENE AND MABLE'S, THE HONKY TONK, THE COBRA PLAYHOUSE, AND WILLIAMS DRIVE INN. Now, when you hit these spots you really find soul. You dig to the sounds of MUDDY NAPPY BROWN, THE POKE TWIST and TERNES just to name a few. Things jump FricaJ '>, Saturdays and Sunday nights whether you are dressed in a Tux or your old working clothes . Normally tbe best dressed woman Fla. Sentinel Bulletin-Published every 1 uea. anCI r r1. uet notn .r.amoaa 1 uesday, Uecember 14, 1971 TAMPA'S NIGHT BEAT By JOHNNY JACOBS in the house is bare footed. Check 'em out for some real soul. A3 far as yours truly knows there is only one CHRISMAS DANCE planned in the Tampa area for the holidays and that s th& CLARENCE "TOO WEAK TO FIGFIT" CARTER dance. This corner understands that on Sun day, Dec. 19 my mafu. man wiil be doing his thing at the Ft. Hesterly Armory. Also on the show wi!l be MISS MATILDA JONES Its a small wonder why many complaints pile into this office concerning Christmas gathering, it seems no one is interested. This corner was also informed that MR. CARTER will be giving away prizes of $100 and $50 which, this time of the year is really need ed. Yours truly has received an honorary invitation to the soulful aff air and hope to see many of the TNB fans on the scene. Watch for the CLARENCE CARTER ad in Friday's edition of the Florida Sentinel. If there is any thing else happening in the Bay area worth telling the people about please let yours truly know about it. Don t let this be t h e only affair that the brothers and sisters can attend. THAT S MY CASE-BEE YA LATER PEACHES. Completes Training Lance Corporal Sylvester White has completed basic training at M. C; R. 0. in Sap. Diego and Camp Pendleton, California, and has been assigned to Camp Le Jeune, North Carolina. He Is the soo .of Mr. and Mra. Samuel White, 3418 E. Lake Avenue, and is a 1971 graduate of Axtec High in San Diego. Friendship Baptist Rev. Qvod Dexter, Pastor Mrs. M. Lyons, Rept. Sunday school began at 9:30 with the supt and teachers at their posts. The lesson was re viewed by the Morning service began at 11 with the pastor in charge. The devotion was led by Choir No. 1 and senior ushers. The sermon was delivered by the pastor. Evening service began at 6:30 with the same order of service: The sermon was delivered by the pastor. Holy communion was ad ministered. All are asked to remember the sick and shutins, Purple Lily Usher Board The president of the Purple Lily usher board of the New Mt. Zion Baptist Church is asking all members to please be present and on time to business meeting Thurs day night at 8 p m Plans for the holiday season will be discussed. Bro. Robert Baldwin, president; Rev. B. J. Jones, pastor. 14. BIG PIECES 5139.95 -1::? SOFA BED MATC,HI!'IIG CHAIR 2 BEAUTIFUL 2 STEP TABLES -.(;r 1 COFFEE TABLE 5 PIECE PICTURE ENSF)l\-!BLE 2 DECORATOR PIIJLOWS (SIMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION) !'-MODERN SIMPLICITY WITH A FLAIR OF ELEGANCE 95 Simplicity at its best beautiful bedroom suite with bookcase bed. PHONE 1324.30 248-2557 E. Broadway