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Florida Sentinel Bulletin
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Florida sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.
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Tampa, Fla
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semiweekly
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African American newspapers   ( lcsh )
African Americans   ( lcsh )
Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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University of South Florida Library
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University of South Florida
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usfldc doi - F19-00409
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SFS0024310:00394


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Project Two Hear Vel Office Closes Tfiis At Noon Every Wed. And Sat. Manager AMERICA'S 'FOREMOST Robtied By 1:\ "-' a ken (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3)-' t : Invite YOU :VOL. 25, NO. 8; TAMPA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1972. PRICE-15 CENT$ TOT SHOT WITH FATHER'S -..... STOR ON. PAGE .Women Praise Government LOCAL CLUBS ANNOUNCE NEW YEAR PLANS Announ ce ments being made this wee)( by local clubs include new slates of officers, first meeting dates, and the agenda for 1972. Most of the organizations closed 1!171 with a holid ay activity such I as the nice affair at the Sugar Shack given by 1he Meet Your Neighbor Club Among those at tending were f rom left Mrs. R. Pope Mrs. Essie Jones, Mrs. M. Brooldns, !\Irs. Minnie Dennard and Mrs. Necle Roge1s, Meet Your Nei g hbor Club president. ----------------------------------------New Column: Read Political Re.vue SEE STORY ON PAGE 4-SEE STORY ON PAGE 2Z--NEW SOUTH. MAY BE 'A FACADE OF The so -ca lled New Squth of racial progress and new, enlight. ened leadersh i p may be only a facade that conceals conspirac y and "another betrayal" of black people t w o white S outher,ners warned here Monday. "We now have a nation believ ing that a New South has arisen," said Hodding Carter III, editor of the Greenville (Miss.) Delta DemocratTimes. But if progre ss does not increase, he said, "we will have a horrible facade : or, finally, another betrayal Oike that a fte r Referring to the widely ac claimed new breed of southern governors like Reubin Askew of Florida, Jimmy Carter of Georg ia and John West of South Carolina Birmingham law yer Charles Mor g an, Jr. said, "This new, new South may get over about the time the Democrats pick a vice presidential nominee The two men s remarks came during the second day of a five day symposium on the contem porar y S ou t h ...::. a gathering of 26 s c h o lars and leaders and hundr e d observers whom Askew is schedul e d to address at the Univer s it y of South Florida h e re at' 8 p m W e dnesday Morgan tpe he a d of the South crh Regional ; of the American Civil Lme r d ies Union, was ess e ntially optimistic during a panel discussion on two decad e s of human rights. But Carter l\nd tha other panel Ist journalist Pat Wate 'rs of the Souther!'\ Redional Council ; _struc k a more desilondent chord "It is wor t h not i ng that eiery thing the white southerner onc a said would never happen has hap p en ed," Carter said. "But I do not feel particularl y happy about wha t the record has been and I have fears about where we will be in the future." The implications" of the New Sou t h notion, he said, are that: -"The nation may think tha South s plateau is sufficient f o r the nation as a whole-and th e n stop moving." -"Much can pe undone in ways sub t le and not so subtle." The progress that has be e n made Carter said,' is the Produ c t of black effort, black lives and blac k blood" and belatedly, t ha assis ta nce of the federal govern ment. From now on, however, bla c ks ca n t be called upon every tims t o supply the blood," he said. Morgan said the election of Presid e nt Nixon and subsequenb ch ange s on the Supreme Court, along with "that war (Vietnam), have largely halted the social revolution. However1 after d e tailing the pote n t ial influence of indiv i duals and the value of i just being right," ha l held hope for great progress. Morgan also called integration "the only answsr" and said, "If there's any hope in this country, 'Continued on naa-e

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PAGE TWO Fla. Sentinel Bulletln-Pubbsnea every I uoca, auu ...... -'U..,.. -VUI .:.u UVUII a u auuaay a&, I. ill ---Fort Pierce Students Walk Out After .. Racial Confrontation FORT PIERCE_:_A black-white in the Fort Pierce Central High School parking lot Friday morning led "to a after sparadlc half the :'schlx>l's 2..000 students left. Principal John Pcr dtie said a nurtiber of the students retumed -later after learning that the wa8 quiet: that a group whitEr students had de. clared the stu