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COUPLE SUES CITY OF TAMPA AND POLICEMEN AII-:The .. News S -' f. r& 11ii II I II I I Ill Fit .To Print AMERICA'S FOREMOST .. I SEMI WEEKLY SEE STORY ON PAGE s-Sentinel Advertisers Invite-YOU PRICE 15 CENTS. TAMPA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH, 25, 1972. : .. ... :Project .:Pride Gets New, Head -: (SEE STORY ON PAGE 4) 1 PROGRAM HELD AT sr. JOHN was ,Jielcf St sassa, Attending were, from left, Mobley, Mrs. ormiUer Kelsey, Mrs. Amle Patrick and .. -B aptls& Church to culminate a financial efMrs. Bessie Dbi:, chairman, Mrs. Doretha Graham, Mrs. Margaret Williams benefit the United Day Care Center in TbonotoEvencie Williams, _Mrs. Almetta Scott, _Mrs. Evelyn llll.ks Arrested In Counlv's Roundup Of Drug Pushers or th!l sa persons arrested during hard narcotics raids in Hillsljb'i'Q[,gft Countf Thursday 33 are black, according to Major head of the county s vice office. Sheriff Malcolm Beard said among these were one man they consider om! of '.fampa's main and largest suppliers : George H. Smith, 39, .1332 Main Street, alias a,.,_.,nT'\lA f!on1'"cra U Wa8 81'"M.cdH at his home and charged with two colints of selling heroin. His boud was set at $30,000. Hillsborough County Solicitor E. J. sa'teines said this raid had to be the largest roundup at )!le time in any majm crime. "It was professionally and swiftly carr!ed out," he said. The raid was the result of a three mantb invesngation by th' Countv Sheriff s Of !ice, the county Solicitor's Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. For the past months seven undercover agents have been working in the West Tampa area, on 22nd Street near Lake A venue and on. Central Avenue seeking out and buying qU3.11 tities of the hard drugs heroin, morphine, and cocaine Of the 90 buys made by the agents a lare:e l)ercentage of the transactions were recorded on tape. When asked what this roundup would mean bo the drug addicts, Salcines said there will be a Jot cif sick people. "By saying sick, I mean that the addicts will be sick while going through 'cold turke y (drug withdrawal> now that ijleir main lifelines of drugs have been cut off." Salc i nes issued an alert to all druggists, physician.s and phar m aceutical laboratories to taka maximum precaution in storing and securing all types of drugs that may talre the place of heroin. cocaine and morphine. The law officials are anticipating a rash of burglaries by the addicts who are trying to find substitutes for tbe drugs. Salcines said at 5 a.m. Thurs day morning they began brief (Contiuued on pa:e 3) 1


PACE TWO' ..... ..,.,. ; I Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin every Tuea. and Fri Get Both Editions I""" Saturday, March 25, 1972 .... Social Workers Heads Membership Drive .... ; 19. 250A :early Wednesday morning. The MilS. C : L. Evangeline Best, John .Lee :. Thomas, "'' local Head S .. -rt .,......,al W"l'ker 2 s t "' A nd J B k 20 owner, Roscoe Cleathen, 69, 3308 "" 0'\1\.-:t )n -:'.e1 ed a ; : roo s, e t' E. Osborne, t:eported $13 in .' and State Membership Coordi-were mv o m an argum n nator for Flon'd a's Con"em late : Monday evening at Tho-eoins and cigarettes misslDg "' :mas's .residence, and. ; Tuesday totaling $21.80. Children announces that Friday, Just outside his March 24, is (;he kick off date Brooks .fired. two sbota at him Thefts for tJie membership drive. Mem-a caliber rifle, Both bershlp fee is one-dollar for a shots. missed but Mrs. Voncia Williams, 41, year. Membimdtip goal is 3,000 Brooka was arrested and charg-3922 Palmetto, reported the for the state. LEWIS TO SPEAK AT LINCOLN DOUGLASS BANQ.iJET ST. PETERSBURG Colston Lewis of Virginia, and a member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will be, the speaker for the Annual Lincoln Bookmaking Charges Lodged Against Couple Douglass Day Banquet sponsored by the SouthSide Republican Club. The banqUet will be held in the Gold Room of the Driftwood CA!fe. teria; 101 34th Street South on Saturday, 'March 25, 1m at 7:00 P.M. Lewis Clifford Alex ander who served as Chairman of the Commission during the John ed with assault to murder. theft of her '64' Chevy Tues : F.C.C. is a state"'Wide Head Alton :L. Roberts, 19, 2312 day The at Start organization for parents, St. Cqnard St., told police that $400 was parked m the dl'ive-staff and concerned eitizens hif. gfrlfrlend cut him on .the way of. her home when the : whose object shall be the goal A search warrant was exectarm' TUesday morning with a tbJeft tooLk .P.lawce:11; 19 35 12 of str-engthening of famiJG' life ed Tuesday morning at 3512 E. knife. Tlie .'incident : ocurred at erry ee 1 xams, d t st Buffalo for lottery para-., 20th Street, Apt. 129, tolji an preservmg our grea e naphernalia : Basedon the eviden:. san Administration. The speaker will be introduced by local attor.. ney, L W. Williams, who inci dentally lost out to Lewis for the $36,0000.00 per .. year Commission seat 2119 :Beach Street. that he got a ride Wednesday resource, Ollr of ce confiscated from the house .'.. .. u r g "la-'r night with a man called ''Egga-' Florida. Great ellltP'hasiS lS plac-by Dectetives L. H. Vohdin and 1"'" tor'', and tWo other men passen. ed OD state ant;{. fede. R. A. Maseda, Willie C Earkett, of Logie : C. gers who said they were head, concerned with the 67, waa arrested and charged Tickets for the affair, which are priced at $5.00, can be procured by calling 820-4314 or 867-2610 WiUia.ma, '51,. 1015 Skagway, ed in the Belmont Heights health and education of children, with a lottery violation. :w:a8'' reported burglar i zed Mon-area. The men carried him to f;Unily and .commUIIIity. Jimmie Lee Earkett, 52, clay morningr. A television set 34th St. and 21th Ave, threaten-: 'I'he first Hillsb crowd saw the on. a Tampa, 33610, ... ... Y. .pastor 1}1. Mt. fence surrounding a s\Wmmmg Zion A .M.E. Ohurcl'.a in pc>ol '!ll. s open. M who drowned .onday in a :tO!: Marks' ariJUana Charge swimming pool in Jacksonville. on the. : .. ,.. ..., 1Jhe evidene e Pernell E. Davis; 22, juiD(ped 'J!he Sen!JnelBul.e ;L, Jearned tlluit he ha4 been riear the pool. from a car Wednesday evening ., that the child d : scovered tn ... .:. .; __ .. -'-ort t Joed ct b t h d d .. ,.,.A .-.... : a .... a ., u en e : P.OO.l '-'PY. .. &n em'.; : : \ by police after he dropped a ... ployee Of the. Du:val ;:m;h l ..... """-o nd cted at k h" h t d :.:.; \" -.... ,., .... ; ... <.:::.,r ..... .. ... co u Paper pac age w lC con ame of : : a which appea .red to : be manJuana. .. E / Davis, w)iQ to gi\ ; e h.\s : .. ';lf"! ; Bruce wa:s _s1uti. to_ be .. .. home address to poLice officers. in !ibeir .. nt i\i,bault ::::igeFtinera(Homc charge w .ao;. arrested and clharr;ed with EMPIRE .;... PAINT MAR.UFACTURIRG ... CO : : PHONE 341.8 E. '71h Avenue TAMPA; FLA. '241-2301 PAINT. .SALE. 20 :per.ga!. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR ;. LATEX OR OIL WHITE AND COLORS One coal _covers most sudaces! Linseed Oll OUTSIDE WHJTE .. ; ; .... gaL : J;>Hve, JacksonviHs, : '.' : of Marijuana. : IP!I ring ; for her -.; M "atll;',s: ff!!thel;. ha,s noticed t?at her for.. almost ',. ye!lr old son \ yasn' tli). the : .. She began looking in all his usual ... 'llhe B:fuce's bave two o1lher 'started to get sons, Benny and f,tJg:hten.oo::.whEQ. he seen.-T w ..... 0.:,_. M _.1 0 ..:: .. 5 hot to i1er calls -: .... f Sey.eraJ eoncerned oolghbors I p k L :}, JC!in8f} her tO :1.00k fpr all n ar tng ot ,' .Blly from .Florida Geoffrion were at the JMersec-, Seatinsl uon of Central and St. when they what was eved to be two shots-commg r-,-- .... ------. ."l from a small caliber gun. At AUTO :INSURANCE that. time several people ran from a parking lot. at .llill3 N. Before aad after aa. aeoldeat central, Ave. and Stanley Jones, '\ I .. A ; F. m.umE II(S. 1009 Loog8horeman, .Aipt. c, 1 ...,. 1 Marloa .... and ):.orep_za Reed, 20. ll1l1l1 ., _.._. ... 11he ofticers ,_"""!'"i'_Pho_. 1111!1-_._._us.sm ___ ---.1 ta&g that bey had be.m shot. _,;._ ______ ___;_ -SIIII CREAl s .ru 11 o 3385 lorlh Bar .. TAMPA 238-1379 Remember Easter with A Photo We specialize Ia WEDDINGS PARTIES BANQUETS e FAMILY PARTIES INDIVIDUAL PHOTO BABY PHOTOS' sidewalk. Moments later. Walter Jones, 45, was obServed in tJbe parking lot by llhe officers standing next tO a ear. JODeis walked away, bent over and a bulge was ootie-. ed in hia right rear pocket which bad the form of a pistol. After searebing bim, a .32 caliber pis tol was found in his possession. Five shorts bad been fired from the pistol and the sixth round bad beea stuck by the firing pin, but had not gcme off. Jone5 was arrested and with aggravated assault. Sta nley was admitted to Tampa Gi!neral at his mother's request for a small wound in the upper right arm. Reed was treated for a flesh wound in the lower back and released. DIXIE CRYSTAL SU GAR 5lb. hag 69c (With $5 order) LARGE FRESH FRYERS -Eacla 98c MEATY NECK BONES IIJ. 29c FRESH TENDER BEEF LIVER lb. 59c TURKEY WINGS (3 PARTS) lh. 45c (!lo'EVER FROZEN) FRESH BAKING HENS lb. SSe SPARE RIB TIPS lb. 29c: ALL MEAT HAMBURGER lb. 65c SMOKED NECK BONES lb. 45c LEAN PORK STEAKS lb. 79c: ALL BRANDS CAKE MIXES Box 49c RITZ FLIP TOP CAN DRINKS S cans 59c Pll.LSBUK'\' FLOUR s lh. hag 69c Reg. 75c CLOROX BLEACH % gal. 45c' Reg. 49c LYKES POTTED MEAT 2 cans 25c Reg. 15c Caa FRESH SLICED SMOKED BACON lb. 7Sc WESTERN TENDER CLUB STEAKS lh. 89c (Good For Bar-B-Q) LEAN BEEF STEW lb. S9c 1\'EW COLORS I I U COLOR RUGS ON SPECIAL Specials good for Friday, Saturday and Monday March 24. 2S 27 YBOR CITY


r Saturday, March 25, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tuea. and Fri. Get Both Editions PAGE THREE -------------------.... -----------Thirty Three Blacks Arrested Angry Husband, 17, Couple Sues City, Policemen Jor d impaired since the incident. apprehended without incident, ac Clemons, 30, 1547 Scott Street, ing a shooting at 2918% East that she has lost tne comfort, Holton also said the behavior cording to Salcines. Warrants had Apt. A, sale of marijuana, $5,000; Buffalo Apt. 8. upon their ar-society and consortium of her of the officers was done intentic.on-, been issued for the arrest of 65 and Ralph Edward Hutchins, 24, rival, Leonard Hornsby, 30, 6812 husband since he was beaten by ally, knowirigly and malicious l y people, all considered pushers and 2112 Gray Street, sale of heroin E Ida St was found lying at three police officers .. during a .. With intent to do harm, .uppliers in the Tampa and cocaine $10,000. the head of t.he stairway moangambling raid at Oregon and and Injure him physically \vhon arrested bond for the total Gary Wi'lgfield, 23, 213 ing and unable to talk with "A" last August 14. The sui!; charged .that the con number will total $400,000. E. n,1 r -1 -' oroin I two his hands over his left groin Theodore Holton and his wife, duct of the policemen WaS un All of the defendants' counts), $10,000, Ed ward Lee covered with blood Addie, filed the suit for in excess constitutional, was illegal, were based on at least two buys Fletcher 24, sale of morphine and Mrs. Linda Manus 16, 291872 of .$125,000 against the City of' out probable cause and was cruel per pusher over the past threP. LSD, $10,000; George William E. Buffalo, Apt 8, told police Tampa and three police officers. and unusual punishment. months. Charges were lodged Green, 30, 3512 20th Street, sale that she and H-ornsby had been The suit asserted that Holton .. Holton demanded $100,000 dam against a few already serving of barbituratea, $5; 000; Walter out to eat earlier during the has suffered continuous mental ages for himself and his wife time in tbe county jail for other Britt Lynn, 22 2313'h 25th day and they returned to her and pliysical pain and anguiShas asked for $25,000. or similar charges Street, sale of coc aine, $5,000; roo-m about 2 P m. She sat a result of the beating he ThoSe were: Charles Joel Clark, 20, 7203 Highon the bed, HornsbY sat in a in the incident involvirig Police Fronters -lnv.tatio ns Angela Gundy 21, 1248 Joed land, sale of marijuana, $5,000; rocking chair, l md shortly men w. A. Saw}'er, Nelsoil Otero Ct.. sale of barbiturates ; Corne. Fred William Brown, 23, 7609 afterwards the door to her room and Detective A :M. G 0 N w k Jius william Green, .'31, 1422 Highland, 8 a 1 e of marijuana, flew open, and .. her estranged Holton was seriously injured 0 Ut eXt ee tral Avenue sale of $5,000; and. Joyce Marie West husband, Joseph Man us, 17, rushwhep the Policemen jumped from FOrty three members of t h Alvin Cecil Davis, 4i, Tampa l'ark on, ??.. 1112 1 .. "vP n o A.pt. ed in with a gun in his right an unm arked van truck at Frontiers Club of Tampa are plan sale of heroin; Rich A, sale of barbiturates, hand and a blackjack in tlie left corner and. arrested severa L men ning to seng out invitations to arrl Earlltyals, 25. -a-14 W. <\Iva, Mary Jane Myers, 18 5906 with an unidentified male com for gambling Though Holton :.was their annual banquet next week, f h I R be t L e En Eustace two counts of sale of, panion. t d .h f 'bly R' .ba. d Pr'd Cha" 81' P. o ero n: o e mart'J uan' a, $ 10,000_, Wt Uiam Anh just a bys an er e was orc1 according to IC r 1 e, tr Jram, 22, 4307 E. sale of S Despite the pleas made by is arrested by the offic;ers Holton man of the Banquet herpin; Larry Cotton, 20, 2Q7 w : thony WilliaJ:l!:S, 21 wife, Manus .&hot' Hornsby and charged that they beat ; him about The banquet is scheduled to be Palm. sale of heroin; June TherOregon, of herom I he and the man ran out the door the Qody, then..piqked hi.'m up a,rd held in" the Cafeteria 'of YO\ing Clayton, 29, sale of heroin. counts), $1 1 000: FrP.eman in an unknown .. direction. Horns-rammed' his head. agamst a te1e Junior High School, Friday night, $5 000 h 26 1318 North B, sale of herom by'tS condition was l!i:sted as h 1 1 M p d "d T h e Th oir bonds are eac (tZvo counts ) $ !0,060; Madelfn phone booth with sue Apri .7, r. rt e.. Sal Rose Bradwell 31, 409 E. Oak, Delores Williams, 31, 1810 Mtt. "fair" at Tam,pa Genel'al ijos pit h a.t the foundation speaker is Dr Middl eton, t:t. onald Eugene Weaver 17, chell sale of barbit. u rates, tal and was to undergo moved slightly from its position. Pres. of Morris Brown College N t h barged gery, after be. in : g x-rayed No f 1 d b Att Arn ld All. "'"ns p'anning to attend 207 S ewpor were eac c $ 5 ,000, and Rosemarie Theresa In the suit i e y y o per,._, '1 with two colints of heroin. Hearn. 26. 3706 25th Street, arrest had been made : at the D Levine of Levine and Freeclare t;0 get their : tickets Th b d 1 $10 000 e h time of th, e :M}dne $6,000; Mary : Lee Hall; 2714 N. Com:rpission of the : college's of Bonds .are-, Albany' ;:,sale of heroin ; $5; 000; and female eri)lployinent .$511'!(1. ,.,i, ;>o.c. Ronfiie ,Gi.bsoii,"22, 1432 practiceli .' ., Lane ; Apt. 2,two counts o('sa:te -.. rome Wingfield ; E. Oak, of arorl of 25,' ls08 .. Terrace; .siltr''Of sale of h-eroin marijuana, $12,500;, heroin (2 countS) $lo,ooo: Le$ < Amlong .. 20, 5321 -": Walker, 20,' same addrsss i Apt. 1, Major Ram:;ey said at present P f ne sat eof counts of of. mari .jual!l!-the. bonds : are $295,000 and more Juana, $5 .. Cfarise Peck, 46, anrf. one r ; 1 .. UN,CLAIMED FRE 1 -GHT Open Daily Open Daily 9-6. Til 9 -471 2 'ARMENIA 9-6 Friday Til 9 879-1768 (FORMEBL r 1008 E. HILLSBOROUGH) BOX SPRING WALNUT CONSOLE AND MATTRESS STE.REO $34.50 holh pieces' Oaly $79.00 UMBEA TABLE BARGAIH 4-PC. MODERN WALNUT P IECE 7 SOFA BED$129 I B .EDROOM SET. GROUP I Sofa Bed Willi Matching Chair 2 End, Tables 2 Decorator Compleli $99.00 Lamps e Choice ol Colors Cocktail Table I UNCLAIMED FREICiHT HAS MOVED To A Bigger And A Better Location_ WITH LARGER SELECTIONS AND PLENTY OF FREE STORE SIDE PARKIRG. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT: WHERE YO... ALWAYS FIRD JUMBO BARGAINS -APPUANCES. STEREOS -BIX SPRIMGS AND MA TTBESSD ....:. DIIIETTES -ETC. AT EQUALLY LOW PBICI1 lJNCiE SANDY ... .. DISCOUNt STORES COUPON PANTYHOSE 100% CANTRECE HYLON. e HEW EASTER SHADES LIMIT 2 PB WITH THIS AD $ Pr. 1901 E. mLLSBOROUGR AYE. aoURs.: 10-_ & .Thursday 1 Sunday


!'AGE FOUR fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. -Get Both Editions r-Saturday, March 25, 1972 1 I PubUsbed emy Tuesday ami Friday "Y Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin PubJisling Co., 'J:lH1 Twenty First Avenue, -ll'lor?:da '33601. C BLYTb ANJ)REWS and Publisher C. :aLY'fliE ANDREWS, .1&. Eseeuun EcD&or r SIMON --: Vtee PrUideuc-PnMtuell .mg_ Vke. :.Prt!aldeaC,.SocJet, -' '-.: /". I JOHNNY JACOBS -.. ".t. .. ... ,. $.U poStage t),.id at Tampa. ,-.Florida :-SUBSCBIP.TION RATES per--Year one editioll. u.ao per ye!U botb edWolal Does It-Again Sheriff Malcolm -E. Beard hasit aga-in. This week other law -en.fol'Cement offiOJ.'ala from the County Solic-itor's office -and the Florida -Law Enforce ment Bureau in' raids which net ted 38 euspected .dope pushers. Warrants are out for an addiltional twenty-five suspects. I By and large, up until the sber iff's raid, the dope traffic. 22nd Street, Main Streef a n d Ceutral A venue had been ignored. Addicts and pushers weTe jumping up and down 'like MeXican Leana on a ho1t griddle a 1 o n 1 these busy thoroughfares. Dope was being sold openly to young aters eur leaders of tomorrow. in all three areas is Sltill all but dead because law:abiding blacks refused to stop attd patron ize for fear of robbery and other phyaic1al abuse. Thi'l waDJton evasion of t h e dope problem in our areas has caued t -housands of do-Bars in losses t o businesses, and p1.11t tl1ousands of dollars in to the pockets of the seedy, creepy individuals in this illegal business. -...We -f!!'st warn 'tltat, tlie sheriff and1iother law. -' .. '. ty ;,'11. _11_ e not rNIJily Jiabbed dogsJp the h e r e. Otlher 1piuben by : t h top dO.Sr :wiJl up to .. taie the of viail. mut be mapt by, thi: law to keep terribltt from engulfmg any more of OUr Y.O\Rlglters. / Meanwhile, the city and couno 1y should join together in eeek lng funds for rehabilitation center. for drug addicts, who a r c the most hopele of all "aick'' Individuals in our Our and circuit judaes thould adminiater the etiffest of penakte. to those pushers found auilty ef peddlig to discourage other indioriduals who would want te enta: thia eaaY"''Doney, reprehensiWe businesa. Slaeriff Beard has alwaya kept bia JUODlises, and we are proud ef "'e fact that he has kept anQther. to this eommunity in mak '- the first, concerlecl attempt to halt the baffic. Ia drup here. Be lt.as awain a high senae of justice, menl ).lepity ud daaracter ill the search' for-.. 'Cf' ------Employment Improved New Projed_ Pridestresses-Sincerity mae r By MARTHA WHITE Senfuiel Staff Writer SenaifeHauc.t-woJl}d closely .in "To be involved and to be help-:mn lhi:t finally put ful in the black community as well as in tl\e country takes notb-, Qpportunity fug less than sincerity and devo--. tion to a committment or com-' mittmentS," said Bf .. .-EEOC powers remind& office .. prior tO Moore'li appolllt. us, t :hat:.the fotces Of UnAmeriCan .. ment. ,. .. Of!'th.e nomi. The Project oific,e, ,Ol,Xt nating; committe e, a of pos,ltions still_,,ar e '..,.--the National Association fOf with us. 'Qther m -ajor_ program ; op_ e of 'newal and Ne _wX9rk commisSions' already. have.;-'cease the mechanisms to promote and States C::des Commntee of N_.A;HR, _and desis, t powers, enabliDg' tliem .soxp.e 'ilie .. .., __ s8ld .. He. k L...:..J .. .4-'""'-'t... t .. hv.es .lll : an aP!lrtment m Soc1ety. when he isn't wea. now,_ :t,DJ ;p .. Park, '56th Street and Sligh Aveb li ; sQive _t_ ough-pr_ ob s ,WI'_ thout an.Y. nu e .,On. e should J'udged by around .. Moore, e f v ..1. lor, likes : t 6 spend .. golfin..g. meaning_ ul enforcement a Uimorx.. what they can accomplish," he. playing tennis, dan.cing,_ ty. : :.added. to ja'iz or trying his hand at Ill -.. As ,the only ciiVil r:ight,. for any .program to be -terior decorating. legisla&u before' t h e Congress a success. there has to be com_,...for''di-iS ):ission w1ts hoped a m _unitJ' Moore said. t o now IS._ United States and feels that the the of 1ts new. powe.rs efforts in the project in to speed the day when JOb dis have been positive :rio longer will be a :.Ratelia is 'credited With helping Bob: to ad.iusf to his new_ ...; offic;:e. DUririg the: fe;v Faath Increasers has been here, he fmds 1s the kind of guy "calls a Present Concert spade-a-spade: "His a c t i o n. s prove that he is sincere about his The 'Gos.p. Faith I!ncreasers job and prove that the people will present in concert Isaac around him are aware of and reDouglas and the New York Comspect his position munity Ohair. Roy Ennis several things steered the A&T ional COIRlE director, will be the graduate to Tampa. He was _very main speaker. impressed that blacks here own A1so l,l-ppeari.'lg on prog -r11m an apartment complex, a shop-will be soine of the choirs of ping center, a newspaper as weD Tampa. .. as proPeJ;ty and houses-things' .-The prQgram will be held not accomplished by black peaBlake Jr.. :High SclJool Gym Sun--pHI in d

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PAGE SIX I;la. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tuea. anti Fri Get Both Editions r Saturday March 25, 1972 1 Women's Day Observance At Mt. Carmel AME Church Musical Recital Will Benefit School Greater Mt. Carmel A.M.E. Church, 34th Street and 38th A venue, has invited all churches, organizations, friends and well wishers to attend its observance of Women's Day Sunday. The theme is "Liberation and Christian Womeri.' The speaker at 11 a.m. will be Miss Ann Fletcher, a young dyna mic religious-minded woman who is a member of New Progress M.B. Church. She was graduated from ],\1rddleton High -SchQ.Ol, at tended Hillsborough Community College and is employed by Sears Catalog Department. Following the morning service dinner will be se rved in the fel-lowship hall. ANTOINETTE BARNES Speaking at 3 o'clock will Mrs. Rosa Cross, another well known Tampan. MISS ANN FLETCHER :The fourth annual benefit mu, Young -and her three children, morning speaker recital by pupils of Mrs. Cynthia, Vickie and Pylanda, An-ty and Paulette Cooper. Persons who. take part in F .. Peqy L. Jones Wlll held Sun-minette Barnes; Regina West, Gail .. Scl:(ool .. Ros7 ; day -afternoon at at Mt. Oal-Morris, June Ashe, Holly ; Ann Pearlie vary Fellowship Hall, 2111 Campbell, Cheryl Jones ; Cosetta ,E.!;Iitb Bryant Carne E. Wilder. Maxwell, Barbara Ebanks, Anjory Most of the pupils are keyboar!) kids who play both piano and CONTEST WINNER organ. -.-' : : :" Pl9.'ticipating are .,.. Sledge, Connie -':-llflornmgl -.. partlClpants Felton Yvette Mobley Mrs. V1ene Holt Mrs. Ann Martin Mrs. BetProceeds from the reeital will benefit the Mt. Calvary eight grae scllool. are Claudia Padgett; : Doris Don ,, : ruer cent....:of a : group of 21Q. children under ;xeaz:s Old :JJe pnable to :op_ en a Jumit!P"e polish contain'er. The slow pourit!g si>o.ut $o a .queeze-or shake p 'o, duces less than a half ,. I J -... we shop for tools for yard and garden.', clibres, we should be sure to include a : pair _of st.urdr work gloves ,to protect injury from : broken glass, and sharp edged tools. these gloves are found in the same department. Beauty advisors tell us to use generous amounts of rich creams and lotions. Often we .. can treat hands to a beauty treatment while we are getting dirty jobs done. Did You Know? Too much water on pla'1ts drowns roots. Over watering is ..... often the reason pl.nts stop grow ing leaves turn yellow. KOFFEE KLATCH TOPICS New Packaging ordered WASHINGTON Citina M tfeaihs in five years, the Food and Drill Administration .. ordered "children proof" packaging for all furniture polishes that CQD tain 10 per cent or more !)etl'O-hum 'l'be order, effective In a1x months, follows a similar rule 1&-fuL .. The FDA said 54. children died from swalloWing furniture polish betwe.en 1965 and 1970. TOO MANY CATS LONDON M&gistrates dis misSed Anne Huntley's appeal for maintenance from her husband after be told the court be left home because his wife refused to get rid of her nine cats. He said be had an aversion to cats. Magistrates said Mrs. Huntley's real intent was to get money from her husband to maintain the cats. WRONG HOUSE GOXHILL .,.N, England Eli?:abeth an 85-year-old widow, said she has complabed to medical authorities because ambulance men calleci at her home one night and tried to take her to the maternity hospital. She said they left when she pointed out her age. Hospital officials said the ambulance called at the widow's home thinking she was -Diane Wright, a prea nant young housewife wbo lives nearby. MRS. GENEVIEVE TRIPLETT president choir No. i of Highland M.B; Church will observe their seven to' simday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the church, 3410 .E. North Street. The Rev. W. M. Hodo is the pastor, and Mrs Gene. vieve Triplett is president of the choir. The program will be a mu sical with choirs, individuals and social clubs of the Tampa Bay area: .participating. js welcome and refreshments will lie 1 .. Tabernacle Baptist 3608 38th AYe. Rev. C; H. Sheppard, PastGr Short, Reporter S.S. will begin at 10 with Mrs. MacDonald and the other teachers at their post. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. The No. 2 choir and senior ushers will serve. Morning service will begin at 11 with the deacons serving. The pastor : will deliver the message. Mrs. Sheppard is sponsoring a tea Sunday at 6. Everyone is invited to attend. At 8, church is giving a musical pro gram. There will be various choirs of the city participatng on the program. Everyone is in Yited. Don't forget the sick and shut-ins and pray for them. First Union Baptist 3707 E. Chelsea Rev Joseph H. :rhompson, Pastor Sunda.y school began at the usual hour with the Supt. ill charge. Morning service 'began at U with Deacon Griffin and Deacon Chisholm in chat"ge of devotion. Ohoir No. 3 and ushers served. Sara h Lawrence Choir Unioa No.-3 was held at 3. Prayer will be held Wednesuy mgttt at 7. LADONNA Life Reader and Advisor-Lucky Days-Lucky Numbers-Advises On AU Affairs of Life-Love-Marriage-Business-Health. 9 A. l.\'1. TILL 9 M. '6503 NORTH F:LORIDA AVENUE TAMPA \ $25.98 fmpress a brand new audience-or capti vate a familiar one with this deeply slit, bare arm beauty! Hard to believe anything so elegant could be machine washable, but It is. Doubleknit polyester crepe in white, pink, blue, navy or black. Sizes 8 tQ 1$ RAUL VEGA 1523 E. 7th Avenue


r S aturday, March 25 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Frf. Celt Both Editloni PACE SEVEN ----------------------------------------------SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS ATTEND ANNUAL CONFERENCE MRS. MINNIE H. WHARTON Potter Elementary School l\llrs sw: :)etrix L. WiliiainiS, Principal of t he Progress Village Sixbh Grade Center, and Mrs. 1\linnie H. Wharton, PriociJpal of Potter Elementary School, made a recent flight into Philade1phda to attend the Association for Su pervi&ion and Cl.u-riculum Development's 27th Anmfal Conference. The ASIOD hopes to find new ways of cutting through the maze of confusion and conflict about by socia: ohan.ge. 'I1he diversified structure of the conference program in hotel assembl:rges evidenced the worldly knowledge explosion. In pursuit of knowledge educators kept themselves busy atten-. d ing general sessions, curriculum materials eXJb.ibits and C l ()mmercial eJ(IMbits in the Philadelphia Civic center; thematic sessions in Adelphia Hotel, action laoora-!\IRS. SWEETRIX L. WILLIAMS Progress Village School tories in Benjamin Franklin Ho tel special s ess ions in Sylvania Hotel, team at the Holiday Inn, and numerous others of significant vaule. Social events include the ASIC[) Social at the Philadelphia Civic Center, the Florida breakfast, Sheraton; and the annual lun cheon Belle;u e Stratford. Immanuel Holiness 2108 E. Ida Street Elder W. Lock, Pastor Mrs. Virginia Lock, Rept. Servi ce s were enjoyable on last Sunday. The pastor brought the message. Services will contin ue at their usual hour. There will be a gospel song service Fl'iday night at 7:30. The Friendly Go51Pel Singers, the Northvlew Hill junior choir and various other groups will be on progra m. Come out and h _ave a goo d time. Notes. From Tampa Lodges LILY WHITE LODGE NO. 11 is meeting Monday night at 7 o'clock at 1511 Central Avenue. There will be an urgent meeting of GUIDING LIGHT CHAPTER NO. 31 OES tonight at 8 o'clock at the hoine of the Worthy Matron, 420 West Park Avenue. Members are asked to wear uniforms. To Preach Trial Sermon ';t1 -,J J Henry Herbert Hunt, Jr., a deacon of St. MuttJhew M. B Church wiH preach his trial sermon Sunday at the 11 A. M. service. 'Dhe church is located on 27th Avenue at 28th Street, and the Rev Roscoe Rogers is !Jiie pastor. Mr. Hunt is married to the former Joretta Johnson, and they have three children, Brenda, Henry LUI, and Eric. They res ide at 44i2Jl Booker T. Drive. Mr. Hunt is tbe only black manager of a Midas Mdfler Shop in the soutlh. Students At Leto For Competition. About 200 hig1h school voca tiona! and industrial education students seven counti es will convene F.rida y at Leto Comprehens ive Hi g h School in Tampa for !listrict competition. Following an addres s of welcome by D G Erwin, Superintendent of Schools for Vocational Education, competition will be staged in public speakitlg, job interviews, parliamentary procedures, auto mechandcs, air-cond-itiiMlling, cosmetology, electronks, and nurse's aid Competitors will include V t lCA members (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America) from Hillsbo rough, Sarasota, Pinellas, Hardee, Pasco and Manatee Counties. \BE YOU READY FOR EASTER? ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT. Newly arrivals ol Girls and Boys Easter Oullils. Plus a Huge Variety ol Men and Women Oullils. RAYMOND'S SHOULD BE YOUR HEADQUARTERS! WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES WITH A VARIETY OF COLORS JUST RIGHT FOR YOUR BUDGET. RAYMOND'S Department Store Corner 15th St. and 7th Avenue YBOR CITY Mrs. Louise Holmes Voted "Club Woman Of '72" By Orchids Mrs. M Louise Holmes W 3 S cho sen as ''Club Woman of n" at the Fads and F as h ion Show Sund ay afternoo n at King Arth ur s Inn B y U!Ja!Jimous decision the ladies of the Orchid C lub voted to honor this de se rving person who is outstanding in service to h e r family church club and com muni ty. Mrs. Holm es, Presi d ent Emeri tu s o f the La P aris Social C l ub, org anized the La Paris Club and s erved as president for 25 years. She i s a member of Beulah Bap tist Chur c h and a former b e au tician He r award was a charm, a n orchid corsage and a special rotating plaque whi c h will be held by the hon oree for a twelve month period Mrs. Cora Williams pre si dent of La Paris, accepted these memen t os for Mrs. Holmes who is recuperating after a lengthy illness Mrs. Aut horine Clark. Ort:hid Club president revealed to the audience the identity of the bonotee and Mrs Ruby Lewis, "Clu b an : f '71,.. .:4E'1ted the plaque A song, "Close To You," was dedicated to Mrs Holmes by Mis:J Dale Powell. She was accompAn. ied on piano by Miss Ann Haw kins. NOTES FROM TAMPA CLUBS Mrs. Louise Brown of 2909 E. Chelsea will entertain tile NON PAR.IELS at her home Sunday afternoon at 4 o clock. Mrs Ozepher Harris is the birthday celebrant. The last. hostess was Mrs. Eli zab e th Brazelton of 4010 Laurel Street, who served a delicious roasb tuikey and ham dinner to the NON PARIELS and their spouces and a few friends. On Sunday afternoon at 4:30, the PHILOETTES CLUB will meet at the home of Mrs. Mae Doris Bunts. THE NOVELE'ITES SOCIAL CLUB is having a party Saturday night beginnig at 7:30 at the horpe of Mrs. Marie McDonald 2802 State lite Cour t Apt 201, Columbus Cour.t Apartments. A me e ting of the WEE BANKERS CLUB will be held Saturday at 4 :40 P. M. at the abode of Mrs : Katie Lee Morgan 2403 E. Palifox. When the INTRA-CITY CLUB met recently at the horne of Mrs. Charlie Mae Roberts, 1342 Main Street, the group started plans for a Post Mother's Day Tea and their annual dance. Dates for these affairs will be annoimced at a later date. THE CAREER GIRLS CLUB is meeting Saturday evening at B o'clock with Mrs. Bern)ce Marshall 2513 17th Avenue At 5 P. M. Sunday, there will be a meeting of the SPIEDEL SOCIAL CLUB at the home of Gladys Sanders, 1001 Longshoreman Court. LAS AMEGIAS SOCIAJJ CJ,UB will meet Sunday afternoon at 5 with Mrs. Corine Jones on Chelsea Avenue. \ THE FASHIONETTE CLUB i!? hosting a -party Saturday night at the American Legjon Home The public is invited. : THE BRANCH NAACP is meeting at 4 P. M Sunday at the American Legion Home, 2504 29th Street. Members of the 1\IORNING GLORY CLUB will meet at 5 P. M Sa t urday at the home of Mrs. Mahali-a Thomas, 2918 tilth Avenu .e. 1 A meeting of the TROJANS CLUB will be held Sunday at. 5:30 P. M. at the r;esidence of Gharles Taylor, 3418 E Lindell Mrs Virginia Hill of 4216 Nassau Street will host a meeting of the BLOSSOM CLUB Sunday at 5 P. M. THE TOSAVE OTHERS CLUB will have a meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the abode of Mrs. Eloise Cooper, 1514 Cleveland. DON'T YOU WORRY CLUB members will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Hayes, .2301 12th Avenue. At 8 P. M this evening there will be a meeting of t h e AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB at the home of Mrs. Anna WatsOn, 3017 Fern. '' MAR. 25-26-CORE State Conference, Beulah Baptist Church; Tampa. 1\IAR. 26-Highland M. B. Choir No. 1 observes 9th Anniversary, 3 P. 1\'1. MAR. 26-Highlights In Fashions for 1972 presented by Lady Easter Chapter, OES, International Inn, 6 P.M. MAR. 26-Ada B. Lomas Scholarship Fashion Show, Kid Masoa Recreation Cen&er, 5-7 P. M. MAR. 26-Anniversary Tea by Young Women of Allen 'or St. Paul A. M. E. Church, 4 P. M. MAR. 26-Home 1\lission Day observance, New Salem M. B. Church of Hyde Park, 11:30 A.M. MAR. 27-Night of Fun in the Schlitz Hospitality Ropm hosted by Lodge No. 203 and Floral Court No. 205' of Pallbearers Grand Union, 6 -10 P. 1\f, MAR. 29-NAACP Dinner, Sweden House, 7:30 P. M 1\IAR. 30-APRIL 1-58th Southern Regional Conference Phi Be.ta Sigma Fraternity, Manger Motor Inn. APRIL 1-0rchid Ball Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Fort Homer Hesterly Armory. APRIL !-Easter Sunrise Service by International Shrlners, Masons and Eastern Stars, Tyer Temple U. M. Church, 5 A.M. WIGS ,_ CLOTHING & JEWELRY L 0 U N G E ''EASIEST CREDIT TERMS IN TOWN" Open Every Day Air Cond LOCATED: HUB CREDIT CLOTHIERS' INC. J/f. 915 FRANKLIN 859 ZACK STREE'I Phone ... 229-9893 .'




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SatW'day, March 25, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tue.. 8lld Frt Get Both EditieDs PACE ELEVEN Mt. Zion AME p w k OL 1ll South Daktoa A v enue asston. ee uservance AROUND THE UJWN Rev. Y. Benjamin. Bruce, Pastor The M inisters Hour al Power JeYel of the chur che s in v olved and The entire membership a n d Fellowship in copjunction with the eommunity as a w hole." He cominunity were saddened when Holsey C.M E ChlH"C!b has extended a mosit cordial wel news was received that the pas w ill observe Passi oo Week with come to all ;other ministers aQd t or s baby had drowned Monday a series of services The ser-churdles in the city ; regardleSS in Jacksonville Condolences were vices will begin on Sunday e v en-of denommation or aff illatbl to sent to Rev. Bruce and family ing at 8:00 P M at Peace PrO-participate in these service s by the church clerk froin the of gressive Primitive Baptist Other tlian the Rev. Ward, the ficial family and V11rious auxili' Church where the Rev E A other officers ol the Hour of aries. Mr. Edward Palmer and Todd is pastor. Power" Fellowship the Rev. others motored to Jacksonville Monday through Friday even -E. Bentley, vice-president ; the Wednesday for the services. in g s the services w ill be held at Re v. Roosevelt Robinson By HAYWARD BRADY During the past week lleveral tax help onef; again ... SUnday school w as opened at Holsey Temple Ohuroh tary IU\d-tbe Rev. JObn Stepben, came up to tell ol their GREGORY LANE STATIONED the usual t ime, on the third SUn at 37,29 -North 15th Stroot treasurer. BODS going out for black baseball BACK IN HIS BOMETO\VN, the day, with Mr. Edward Palmer the Rev. W R Johnson, iS teams in the West Tampa -and asst. supt. presiding Practice for pastor. N s t PB' / Belmont Heights areas only to Easter began this week with Mrs. Monday evening services will 8W a 81D voluntarily quit a day or so later Gwendolyn Moore directing : be led by the Oak Hill and First Elder R. B. Boward, Paitor because of the unnecessary fightMorning worship began at 11 Baptist-Lincoln Gardens Missio 1605 Nebraska Avenue fug and cursing ; aniong ilie terr or o'clock with choir No. 1 and ush-nary Baptist ChurcI.Wal lU y urc ...e Rev. I BTU meeting was held at 5. important blessed things of bi8 a&red the oPening praJCT. L. L. Ward pastor and North Ev. ening seeyice began ate and 'fUture's life. Would like to suggest hl-of the board was' ...-,n side' M.B. Churcll, the Rev. J. \the W!ual order of service wu ._. ""'-:t .. H-Jordan, pastor. ried Tbe U our 'Little legue sea' by :urs. Ethel Jooes, past ci)nfer On Thursday, the se:rv"kes will ca,r out. waa de .on_...,be to the memory en.;e Branch president. other per be eonducted by the Rev. W. H. vered b7 tbe paslor and Holy 'Of late_. J..!tUe Coaela ., ticipe;nts were Mrs. Cora Bell communim and Feet washing a YO\Dll m a.n of -A/3C GREGORY i.ANE LlllidriS, Mrs. Bertha GreeD, Mrs. Wilburn .. of Emmanuel Bwptist was bela. .ereat P,.'fde and who ..: R.osli-. Lee Pascall, Mrs. Bobby Churoh and Holsey Temple. All a,e. to remember tbe of' his gent recently been Green, Miss Hill ; Mrs. The cloS!ing ser.vices on Fri" sick aiid sbUt.m.: life to MacDiij; AFB fo]JQ:w. : Lear Wilson, Mrs. Jessie Higdon day. will be led by tbe Rev. M. .. 'lx>ys.; ''.-' .. tl1linini' Mrs. Lillie'.James, Miss Jeanette M. Murray of Friendship Baptist E l a s-!..le Pra,er Ba-..1 Tbf. black ope r ated SunOco Ser-_' AFB, Texas._. .:-. a < Coiliiis, .. Miss Giadys Brown, Mrs. Church and the Rev. Roosevelt UIU' IIU 'rice stati_on on Spruce and Dale Blake-PlantHigh il'&d, .. J.J. the Wdhemenia :McDonald, Mrs. Eura Robinion of Macedonia 'Baptist ch(t Mabry has seen 'ffs last stuiset aon Of Mr. aJUI Mrs. Lere:r-tJeJID Lee Aqams. The Chuicll cM:r recent management : .... ny Mae) Lane, 4519 Chestnut \'iola Horton .. The Rev. L L. Ward, PresiThe Eastside Prayer Band will :And us now bow down, p1ck has also taken fireman. fram of appredabon Mrs : Sa!!!ili dent of the ,Hour of Power'' Fel. meet in a joint session with the .Coke an d hQpe the mg at p1. Frrem:en Stewart W!!S mistress..9f lowship and P.astor Jolmson both Sunrise Prayep Band Sunday :Village Apts. hu_r:, .. With of tran; was. expressed the need for more sudr morning at 5 at the home of nedly. there-on Mam mg_ soon .. m .Data m the annex. spiritual servjces m Mr. and Frank Randolph._ 8I19 B}vi:t won't be just an also the brother :of Al]thon:y Lilne Sunday, llA. M. the Y:mmg W.o :Tampa. Rev. Wai:d p()inted out. .6th Ave yisitorJJ other : eXterision of our "Toba<:co of Roland .. Den' men of AllenMrs. Henri M : Pilil flllese serv:i<:es are not to c ome; Remember the sick and-. Dis. of. will .be -}11 DioJ:!:ey but raise the: spiritUal .t.ll' owners has 1.0 _.tire 2 -WIJI ..... ---. -,. ,.,., .... ...... Restaurant" there ful towards a tum1 sh tire:. m1JSLC. .Nefit 'aska'"A ve:: at; Broadway l. Jiaa .1-o { theiri: 'longfi nte.' keeping of a to peek a :hmel;o r restat!rmf where y ou. . : : l?l;IY\:'fu:j(L :Yyur' soul ::" Eddie : has left tfie,-losmg ,Y,OW" after IN AID tl!>ns' ?to. Jry making hay on h1s Jlat's off to you mam: be. diVlde. d equally ten aP. own. .. B b. a r a '" pat]loUc,' High's all, plic:mts who plan _attend. a McN:air lJ! gettmg -marty F aro'iifi(i; star'athlete J. Jun1or. College or Univ. c The .:Her second:: white kat: : The aecli:Jed !Dgn to play aid must be ).lse.d by the :em ,Wi,tJl;.,ms. Qanady Moto.)'s team in applicants purchBSUlg. in King 4rthur,.s:,..Ihil. ; Believe ; r..!!Qllt ; Colt book s; and. supplies for the 'l!J?2 time is 9, 11 arid .. t JPs'f p.ents, Mr : 1 '13 year. For. m there w!lS RGbJnson .. MrS. Bozeman: or .formation CI);-What r May ApplY.o,? .. up his "Miracles" vocal s o -'bap. .. When Will The Money. Be 'group to g & t behind ... a desk'as tii;;bOU@t. ; ilb(e? Wb.en To Appty:? And : How Vi. president of --Motown. 'The ,--" -Apply ? You may contact Pie rough part ..here is the other guys -..... .,. t1e t the n ad hav to X". .:l. gen,_,,man. a ... o __ owmg ; -e no .. among em' -smg g6MF,s FROM THE Mrr Prp-. 'i!'LORWA STAftBiUSON. and rooter, _o.ay Pap, a \Drut ce?l'l24. MRS/ CATHERiNJ!!; GORbO.N; Fla. E&. -P.Prl..:.:.:"..oear mad {or .application forms NEWARK, N. ;r; VJSI t $1lame' how '' our 8re Gay Papa Aid. "Gay ,.here with .her. .. :Mrs. CPV.' not preparmg : a gOod pork c hop o t ; alY'aid at, one of dfnner for_.Mr ;<'I!O so, being :dancps by Mr wel!WISbers. seemg ; or If you for ._ayor M!'s. could lOQk fJ!!ough a pork chop standii!g pxymotion of ark_. David addict yob'd see a little worms Teen Da.nces. And W L was Gordon, El., among others were, (Tri c l:iinella Spirals) having a pork prom?ter's .. this 'f. eek by Mrs. Willie Jackson, Mar .. the city ?f Tampa .. shall and Mrs Lillie Mae Sprat "It's a mad shame how black JETS ; HERE AND ley; -> women cheat on husbands, Part-time ghost writer, wAS PRIVILEGED s u N D A Y while he's laboring, neigh Delta skyoop and InternatiOnal MORNJNG TO HEAR POWER boring. But the maddest spame Sportsmen Club "Veep," Leonard FUL t SERMPI\t BY JtEV., DR. G. I'm to ever see is integration Rodriguez, told of the recent f.ab-.' :1: OATES, Presiding Elder of tqe bqnging .oQ ano:ther ge.neration; ulous party b;v East Tl)mpa District of the AME' ih a world where both whlte and Moses'.' Isaac Hayes which Churches. The topic of, Rev black will be extirict. And a : meth-to $80,000. It's said "the awakening "'8ehrum was "IF." .. ) x t the preseat.. intelligent. Black paid tlie pli;Ule fare /, 1 YAU llATJl:R 1 1. 1iuinan-bemg tricked his own skin .f-or one hundred and -'to death "To have your progeh .frfends The men"Q? Chitterlings, ies running around without a l rice; COll;U-j:J..greens, candied I on their back is no different corn breaCi etc : Was shoot to ,. from a flock of bare-footed Pen hear tell of the sneak attack pull gUin.s nmning around hi tux ec;l on frie lf d and working as edoes." .. To You As A sociate Nathaniel. Waiter&, by a lfT Artis :ScarJ;IOrough : white pas senger, whQ. 'It_ appears Grover Cleveland ly nearly knocked Waiters .} ".-.. 'l.' I .. : FQ-R EASTlll WEAR: WEAR: WEAR:. Stacy Adams Count Bari David Brown SEE WHAT'S REALLY HAPPENING II. SHOES I'( VISIT. YOUR MR. IAN SHOES roa, .. AN IHfERESTING ADVEHTUIJ: 11R SIJOP ; . -'" ,. '. PING. I I 10. % Off or D Y PAm or Cusseawr jiist m ay have been .SCious for ilo apparent reason. right when for the F{!el that anybody wbo can't get income tax:-returns on Monday w ith g e ntleman Nat Waiters and Sat. mostly. Like to tl,lank can't' get along with nobody And CLEARAICE SALE' I STACY: ADAMS Lillian Bolden of Thomas do hope far the same cooperation !Brown_ Bookkeeping Agency oft N from the T1A officials, "sbpuld Rome Ave. for her fme accurate the shoe have get on the other -LA-_SEiiUifDA CEIITRAL BAKERY : -. ..-. THE BEST CJJB.U BREAD CAKES 'PASTBIES -1501 STREET AND 1Stll A VENUB I 20% .a. 50%' ... oa ALL fABRICS. ..: -. .., ...... \ :. 4 : ( L __ Mr. WITH THIS COUPOII -----1504 E. -711t:A._-.JJDIOUIBOUf no.JDA.


.,. I. HAM. SAVE lOci U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND Prices Good March 23rd Thru 29th HUCK ROAST. SAVE! LIMIT EIGHT YOUR CHOICE WITH $5 OR MORE ORDER I s Can Lb. 99 I Umlt Two "t444tu7 ; Quantity Rights Reserved EXClUDINGCIGAREiSFTY MAID SOUPS -p:..-SAVE 32c! THRIFTY MAID PURPLE PLUMS, SPICED PEACHES r -$AVE Sci BLUE BAY LIGHT MEAT j WHOLE UNPEELED zs OZ. T CL H.. ,. 3 6Vz-Oz $1 A I Umt4 4 u D a nun KS e cans prl c 0 s SAVE 20c!tliMIT 2 YOUR CHOICE WITH OTHER PUR CHASES ,_ SAVE 45c! liMIT 3 YOUR CHOICE-THRIFTY MAID SWEETENED FISCHER'S 6 Pair, OR UNSWEETENED O -'-e .... .. Ju1ce 21 A I J 3 n-OL $1 IU k. 3 Ptp. $1 M n..oz.,,CSoath59' .PP e u1ce atJ.. .. ap a"s. of180 ayo-.nase .lar sAvE 38cl SAVE! DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH LOAF SAVE! DEEP SOUTH C I I 1 0 0 2 l7-0L $1 B d 3 24-0L 88 c s I d D 32-0z. 5 9 o ga e Btl&. rea Loa"' a a ress1n. g ..... SAVEl SUP.ERSRAND HOMOGENIZED SAVE! DIXI.f DARLING WIENER OR HAMBURGER SAVE! TROPICAL STRAWBERRY Mlk $11S \ Half 59c B 2 1l-Oz. 49' P .. 32-0z. 59 I ... GIL Galloa uns Pkp. reserves fl .lar. SAVEl GERBER OR BEECHNUT RJ:GULAR STRAINED Food ... MORTON FROZEN POT pI lllcWhtt Spaghetti & Meat, .. .-eni&ChHH Sa -oz. PIES SAVEl 'FielD TRIAL .Dog Food SAVEl ASTOR All PURPOSE ooking on Ul. A9 c ..... Bac ( IJ.S. CHOICE NEW YORK STRIP STEAKS Pkg. of 10 -8 oz. STEAKS $9.98 SAVEl BANQUET SLICED MEAT ITEMS PINEBREUE U.S.D.A GRADE "A SAYE10ciALLFLAVORS CHEK I .. DRINKS E G G 5 I .. 1012Z.8c CANS .LARGE Doi. 39c ME-DI U M-3 oz .. $1 I H _ARY.EST FRESH.YPRODUCE 'f!!W'''"?'rPi& :E I ltr Cook'n SAVE 19cl WHOLE CUP OOr ..-.. : :1 \ I I r I ., .. 0 ftl ::3 c r:s ftl ; s N .... CD -'1 N Ia.


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' PAGE FOtJRTEEN Fla. Serdiilei-Bullefui every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editions Saturday, March 25, 1972 Tampa-Bay By. CARRIE J. CI\USEY _: K-----------------------------------.--------------..r J I!NlOR IN THE SPOTLIGHT big fellows along with Mike Ken'l'o describe a pers6n that is so ny. But laying the rock in every well known by her beautiful perchance possible; and not forget sonality, and her ideal to be ting Harold Campbell and David friendly with everyone around the Pugh, who seemed to have the ki.P..gdo:in,fc an only be Brenda Lesensational feeling of tripping rt?l-proud daughter of p o or shortstop Shollenberger :M.1'. and Mrs. Willie R. Streeter down, the end of the game came Job Trainillglhat Works .Is favorite fOods are anything out to be beautiful, varsity edible. If you check the kingdom ning 71-70. ou!t you might find Brenda sewAROUND and socializW%. If you '11lould. mE KINGDOM like to her further reROnald Wright," have you ever sides at 916 .. St. really known. how fast your. legs Some pf _her. tights: Diana Shaw, could carry your body Without Carrie Causey, Jack Bagley, and tripping off to some unknown her man is the one and only land? Pam Brown is-the cheer Dennis Stokes. She would like to leading thing really over? Hot send a special hello to Horace. pants are reiilly making it at the Kingdom and Mary Tayletw.een br-aided, and Diana 'be a winner the faculty and the varsity bas-and hang 011 in there. We would ketball players. of. t h.e like to congratulate our Bi-Raciill who t?is Committee for helping to k e e p activity were Tinker tinking togethen)ess at the Tech. There his way down the court for -two 8l'e two new members -Pam at the .most! UnderBrown, and Harold Campbell. Dickson domg hla alone THOUGHT FOR THEt WEEK With Loneshot Small, trymg to t h purevent Kenny Allen from doing We a lot of things w them in with his w:orld famous meaninli. g. Butot, it timh e tudying? Can you dig R.M. st_rling the Hendrix look? Well, right on! Hey Kent, who's it gonna be? Yeah, Joe Bank, I see you have a Right, track star. EAGLES TOP FIVE 1. Ain't Understanding Mellow. 2. Running Away. 8. I want to go outside in the rain. 4. Rockin' Robin. 5. The will not be televised. NOTICE: Anyone interel;ted in becoming a member of the Zeterettes please contact any member of the club. Also there will be a car wash held by the Zeterettes on Saturday, 11:00 a.m. at l'I.AMILTON'S TEXACO on 21st STREET. Stay cool and we'll check you later. Chamberlain High Schoo/ I By Calhy Jones POW-WOW Om e"' a Ransom, I see you are e.ll smlles lately, what's going on. Bobby Cason, I see you really know vour PAD. Coniratulations to Gail Jackson for winning the position of treas urer of the Student ColiDcil next )'ear. Yolanda Petermon what's the reason for knocking on the-girls main bathroom door, don't you bow that was the Wl'Oni one to knock on? Larry I see you got enough junk in your locker to open a rummage sale. Pam Armwood, I see you are looking more and more like Eric Wilson everyday. Margaret Campbell, I hear you like fat boys (what about that?). To the concerned ones Pam, Blanch and Cathy would like for you to know they have cleaned out their lockers (take note Barbara How Hillsbqrough County sue-tive education, the county has ceeded in business -the busi-45 programs with students ness of job training -by really who are ex.pected to earn a tryirig was the topic Friday total of $2-million this school night for D. G. Erwin, assistant year. superintendent for vacational -Experimental junior high education, at a meeting of the programs let a student study A,dvisory on about jobs in any four fields he cational -and Techmcal Educa-chooses or get actual shop ex tion. perience, espeeially if he is not The sessiop. at the Tampa Bay doing well academically. Area Vocational Technical Cen--More than 11,000 stu.dents, ter was the second of five public :primarily adults, are enrolled hearings that the .advisory coun-in evening vocational scho_9l. cil is holding throughout the -Hillsborough Community state. I The Center itself wa:s used as College enrolls nearly 40 per an example of the county's sue-cent of its students in 35 career d t d t t or vocational programs, includcess m raWing s u en s m o job-related training. Tlie $5-mil:..: ing electrorucs, audio visual lion model vocationaL school al-... work, data processing, drafting ready has 1,300 appliCants for and design, and health-related its lOth grade-in lg72-73 but fields. can acc9mmodate only' 700. The future may be sucErwi,n, by .the heads cessful for vocational-technical .of vocational-technical programs.edueation., in the state, however, in the colinty, reported that: Dr. Raymond Shelton, superin--More 70 per eent of tendent of Hillsborough schools, Hillsborough's 103,000 students :pointed out that programs take part in some vocational enacted by the 1971 Legislature education course. are having a rough time getting --In earn-and-Iearn. ooopera-thia year. ,Madison Jr. J:ligh ScbOol. 1 : By Evelyn Anderson and Chandra_ oDoby -SOUL BROTHER. OF THE WEEK many\ more. We wot4d_ ),ike to exHandsome, Nice, Cool, Soulful, tend our congratulations out to and a well together soul Richard for being Soul Brother brother are just a few Of The Week. that will give you an idea that EXTRA, ExrrRA, best describes our Soul "B.: other READ ALL ABOUT IT! Of The Week. He is the proud Timothy Franklin what's with son of Mr. and Mrs. James Dathe four girls walking home with niels who reside at 2916th you Monday? Evelyn Anderson Street. He is1 none oti;ler thim Ric-1 what's with the earrings? Ronnie harci Daniels. While Richard and Gental what's with the new hair I were rapping he mentioned some style? Gloria Davenport what's of his favorites to be, Food: fried with the new afro? Dorothy Brown chicken, collard greens, and corn -what's with the Hot Pants? Ver bread. Hobb1es: basketball; main natia Green what's with the new chick: Sharon Mazon; Tights: lovebo y ? 'fenese Jackson what's1 David Boone, Tyrone Willia ms, With the big mouth on the bus? Ronr}ie Gental, Boci, Rabbit, anti MUSTANG TOP Special Nurses Courses For Are Offered Hillsborough Community College Will. offer two specialized courses .for registered nur$eS during its spring Community Services Program. Each of the classes will meet once a week for eight weeks at the Gordon Keller Educational Building, 39 Columbia Drive, Davis Islands. A iCOurse in nursing will be 9:00 to i1 a. m. Thursdays Aa>ril 13 June 1 and al_so .!7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Thursday April 13 to Jllne 1. Study of the res.piratory problems of the aging and _current nursing trendS in treating the elderly person with respiratory problems will be offered 7:00 to 9:00 p: m. Tuesdays April 11 to May 30. There is a small fee for the classes. Further information may be obtained through the HCC Community Services Office at the Dale Mabry Campus. Gibson). TOP 5 Revolution Won't Televised In the Rain Love Oan't Be Shared By Three Take A Look AroliDd Ain't Understanding Mellow TEOUGH'l All people that read and understand are gifted with intelligence. Those that are gifted' with a great deal of ignorance. Check you later. 1. Sugar Daddy 2 One Monkey 3. Never Can Say Goodbye 4 Can I 5. Fire and Water THOUGHT FOR TODAY Remember the M Remember the E but most of all Remember ME I Revival Services Revival servic es are being held nightly at Ohureih of Jesus, 2601 12th Ave. Elder W. M. Florence is in char:ge of the revival. Pray. er and healing for the sick eaC'h night. The public .is inV'ited. Evangelist Grimes is reporter. -----LEGAL NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME Public notice is hereby given that the tindersigned intends to register with Clerk o f Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida, Pursuant to Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida, acts of 1941 Legislature, the fictitious name to-wit: KING CARPET CLEANL"\'G, under which the y a re en g aged in business ,at 2717 Morgan Street Tampa, Florida. Dat e d l\larch 1972. Mrs. Wanda LeJeune, owner. DR. P. A. ERVIN DENTIST 1404% Central Avenue Call For Appointment At ::\Iy Residence Before 9 a.m Phone 251-2139 DOWHTOWH STORE FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE AND PLEASUU 2000 North Dale Mabry ?1 FORD PIHTO :;c 4-Speed, radio, red black interior. $1498 '70 FORD with 3 GALAXIE 4-Door ;!:II V-8, auto. trans., radio, ta heater, power steering, fac 1:11:1 tory air. -: $1898 f::. '70 OLDS DELTA g f. Door V-8,, auto. trans., radio, heater, pow :;c er steering and brakes factory air, vinyl = $2598 tws '71 BMCK 3 RIVIERA G. S. V-8, aldo. 1:1:11 tr-ans., radio,heafer, ll:lll er steering and brakes, air., 11:11 viDyl top, vinyl lnteriol'. -: -$4498:-N '6t em. Q g IMPALA Custom V-8, auto transmissloa, :C radio, ,lleater; 'ing aDII air t-t '67. POITIAC 3 BONNEVILLE Z ." ,D O r hardtop, v auto. :trau,ta radio, heater, power ; steer-= 1 and factory g "' POiftiAC, 0 EXECUTIVE V -8, 1 :C auto. trans., radio, heater, power steerfug and--brakes ; factory air Stereo tape ;!:II deck. I; -$1898. ;5 '71 BUICK ta SKYLARK 2Door hardtop, V-8, auto. trans., radio, heater, power steering. $2798 g '69CHRYSLEB NEWPORT Custom V -8, :C auto. trans., radio, heater, power steering and brake!!, t:f air, vinyl top. .$2198 3 '71 DATSUif ;!:II 240-Z Auto. trans., radio, ta heater, green with black 1:11:1 vinyl interior. Low mile--:age! $3877 f:: Open Weekdays 'Til 9 P.M C OPEN C SATURDAY :;c 'm6P.M. ;!:II




SIXTEEN Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri G.at Both Edttiaa. r VOLUNTEERS Men wom.eJl c hlldr, en tu .r:ned QUt Saturday to clean Central A v enue. The volun t eers arrived t th e scene with ; an of brooms rakes and shovels for tlte tremendous job of removing debris from the street, sidewalks and 1 buildings. Bob Gilder Communit y A c tion Agency works with a group of youngsters. Views bll!rogress Villa{Je I By IRA LEE ENN 1 S -Ph. 677-1310 Greetings to Miss Charlot t e Turner of 86th St who will cele_her birthday on Monday Mar ch 27, Juni or Girl Scout Troop .No. 751 will sponsor a rummage sal e on Sat u r day Marc h 25, 9 :00 a m to 12:00 noon a t Pantry Pride Super-market parking lot Get well w is hes to Rick y Witcher, one of the village popular teenagers was seri ously injured i n a m otorcycle ac y ident on T u e s day. Ricky is confined to in t e nsi v e care a t T ampa Gener a l Ho s pi t al, Junior G irl Scout Troop No. '751 concluded the celebrat ion of G i rl Scou t Week wit h a cook : out at Progress VillagePark on Saturday. The girls were supervis e d by their leader, M r s. Anderson and a ss is t ant, Mrs. Bradley. ';['he m enu prepared. by th e girls w as : Stew, a pp l e pie, fres h water fi,sh, b aked a on l e and bread Also pre s ent for th i s cook out W!'lre: Girl S c out Field D i r e ctor M rs. Bobbi e Williams an d chil d re n Vict or an d Ca ssie, Nei gh borhood C h ai rman, M r s June P atnode pr esi d e nt of the troop's M othe r s Club Mr s B a r b a r a Gran t and Mrs L i z z ie Adkins The g irls would like to thank Mr. M a rio Boronell for a great help-New Macedonia MB. 3402 E Del e uil A venue Rev. Robinson Pastor Mrs. L. Ow e ns R eporter S uo day serv1ces were insp.iring beginning witl1 S S T h e m ornin g and evening mes s: t ges were d eli vered by t h e p asto r. This S un d ay, S S at 9 :45, mor n ing worship at lJl. The No. 2 choir will celebrat e their first enrtiversary b e g inning a t 3 T h e :lnes s age will be delive r ed b y Rev. James Anderson. Many o t h e r g u e s ts will a popear o n prcrram. Evening s ervice w ill be g in at 6. T h e sermQn by tme pastor. 'I'he N o 2 choir will serve and the public is i nvite d Mt. Zion AME R ev. L C 1\lann Pastor Last S\mday our morning worehip beg an at ll with the pastor i n charg e o f d evot.in Opening prayer was led by 1\k. E. D IBoderick The No. 2 choir and u s hers No. 1 ecrved The pastor delivered the Love feast. was administered by the pastor aHd Mr Glenwood Lewis who has b een a s huttn out Sun d ay. Our vis itors for the mornin! was Rev and Mrs D. W. Tho mas who g ave timel.y remarks. Let us remember our sick aod e h ut.ins. ha n d It )Vas incorrectely stated that Miss D arlene Prince is a ninth grader at Dowdell Junior High School as she celebrated her six teenth birthday on Wednesday March 22. Miss Prince i s a sopho more at Brandon High School. The Girl Scouts are asking the help of the community as take on a project of redecorat ing the Progress Villa g e -civic CEnt e r Livin g room or d e n furni ture i s needed to help complete this project. Articles n e eded in clude sofas, chairs end tables coffee tables and lamps. You may c all Mrs. Glor ia L ee a t to arrange for pickup of dona t ions. J\lfr. and J oh n ( M a r : i n ri e ) Anderson of 86th St. and Mrs Roesalia Mitchell of 87t h St mo tored to Wes t Palm Beach on the week e nd of March lOth to visit Mrs. M itchell s sister, Mrs. Ossie Lee Williams who is also Mr :Anderson' s cousin All report e d a very e x c i ting and joyous week end All boys the a ge s of 7 to 12 who ll a ve regi s tered for the Progress Village Little League and t hose who would like to be registered are asked to please be at t he pla y g r ound on Sa t urday 11:00 a.m. Emmanuel MB 22M Highland Avenue Rev. H W. Wilburn Pastor Mr s H. Pittman, Reporter S S. will begdn at t he u s u a l time with t h e p asto r giving the r ev i ew. M orning W@rs hip at 11. 'I'h e deacon s will be in c harge o f d e votion Th e junior ch oir a nd u s hers w ill serve. Th e pastor will del i ve r t h e m e ssage. B TU a t 5 with the p r esident in charge. Evening w orship at 6 :30. The same order o f service will b e cond u cted. Prayer will be h el d Thursday a t 8 Let us remember llb.e sic k an d S>hu t ius Peace Progressive %628 E L a ke Ave R ev. E A T odd Pastor Mrs L o re n e Calhol1D, R e per te r S S began a t 10 with Mrs O llie Todd S upt. in charge Mornir.g a:?rvi ce i>egiUJ at 11 with the d ea cons in charge The adul t cnoi r and the No. 2 ushers serv e d Evening s e rvi c e began a t 6 : 3 0 wit h t he s:--ne deac ons ..:hoir an:i u s hers Miss Lawana Todd Mrs Malt W il cox and Mrs. Willie M Seu who r P icle a t !l(}<' lTnion re o n the sick li st. The I ::ho i r e f New S alem P .B. C hW'ch w ill render serv i ce SundaN a t 3 Please come an d worshi p With us. Youth Poard Officials .. -Say Boss Biddy Won't Close Chery l Hill, assistant f o r Boss B i ddy, a fast-food serv ice operated by Tampa' s Yo uth Board; 'said Thursday afternoon a t' the Sentinel office that the bus ines s w m not c'lose from lack LOVELY SPRING FASHIONS of funds These lo v ely Spring fashions were modeled by from left Rose In a preV'ious new s artJi.de it 1\Iendoza and Connie McNeil woo were participants In the ahow was stated that the busines s sponsored by the Orchid Club. would be forced to close if a _____________ ..;_ ________ ..... ___ $60,01>0 grant applied for with OEIO isO.'t rece i v ed. 1\f.i.ss Hill said the busin e ss would operate on it's own fo r a substant i a l lengt'h, cr time -wtih money pro:ite d in the seven months of Qlperati on The only effect the b us iness would realiz e ---if tJhe .grant isn't receive d is a cutdow n of p e rsonnel. "It is very likel y that the grant will come througlh," said .Miss Hill. Slbe said the O lEO oi,ce initially agreed to fund t he y outh operated fun ctio n for one year. To date they have lfunded us f o;r !Sev en mo nttl and tihey h av e sort crf a corn mittme n t to fund Boss Bidd y for a n o ther fi v e montihs sai d Miss Hi ll. James Oampb e ll, director of the You t h Board, a greed with the s t ateme n t s from Mis-s Hill. One fuing Ca mpbe ll beLiev es will help the business cont inue to o perate ti.s sup1p0rt from the community Cam pbell s a id t he community b a-s a respon si bilit y in t he success and continua t ion of Boss Bi dd y. "The y outlh have de v e lop e d expertise in prepar ing and seU i ng t11e an d all the y need i s the comm unity's s up port. I n essen c e C2mpbell said that t h e b us in es s w ould not r e a ll y ne ed the g r ant if t he c ommuni ty woul d ge t o u t and supp ort them tJhe same a s t hey go to c h urcll o r to other com petiti v e b usinesse s United MB Church 430 3 E Henry A ve. Rev. W i llie Hopkins, Pastor Dea. Roo se v elt Harris on, Rept. S unday School began at 9 :30 w ith t he Supt. in charg e Mornin g servi c e began a t :Ll. BTU meeting was held at 4 :30. E ve n iog service began a t 6 w i th t he u s ual order of service carri ed out. T w el v e m e mbers ha v e beeu added t

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PAGE EIGHTEEN Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri Get Both Editlonl Saturday, March 25 1972 MIRRORS OF SOCIETY By BEVERLY A NNIVERSARY PLANS MADE Plans were recently completed for the Armettia B enefit and Burial Society's 53rd anniversary ob servance. A two-day session b as been. planned by a committee comprised of the Rev. B. M. Jones, Mrs. Allie Entzminger Marshall, Nathaniel Johnson, B C. Williams, 1\lrs. Mattie Walker and Mrs. Mahalia Thomas. PARTICIPANTS IN SCHOLARSHIP AFFAIR Linda Price and her Afro Dance group will perform Sunda y at the Ada B. Lomas S c holarship Fashio n Show other models will be Satura Shuman, Kathy Willis, Earleen Williams, Ingrid Brady, Vonzelle Rockwell, Charesse Walker, Phcletha Tucker Phyllis Tuck e r l-ouise Peterson and Sharon Harper. The s how will be presented at the Kid Mason Recreation Cen t e r beginning at 5 P M. )\Irs. Ruby L ew is will be one of the hoste sses PALM SUNDAY SERVICES Members of the Young People Department of Allen Temple AME Church will be in charge of the services on Palm Sunday The Rev. H. McDonald Nelson will deliver the message at the morn ing servjce and the jtmior choir will sing At 6 P. M., the junior choir will again sing when a cantata, "A Trip to Calvary" is pres.ented by Tiltl()thy Richardson, Alvin McDaniels, Olivette Warren and Bernice Harvey will be the narrators. HIGHLIGHTS OF FASHIONS Lady Esther No. 27, Order of Eastern Star, will present High lights of Fashions for 1972 Scmday evening at 6 o'clock at the International Inn. The commentators will be Mrs. Dorothy M. Miller and J..orenzo Johnson. Some of the models are Harold Watson, Elliott Smith, Walter Winston, .Juanita Brown, Cynthia DuPont, Anita Williamson, Walter Nelson Ruby Montgomery, Ophelia Bolen, Myrtle McTier, Nathaniel Johnson ldella Smith, Rogena Lee, and Patricia Bl'

Saturday, March 2S, t 972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tuea. and Frf. Get Both St. Paul AME Church 504 Harrison Street Rev. F. C. Sancht;z, Pastor Mrs. C. H. Martin, Rept. Rev. and Mrs F. C. Sanchez and officers and members of St. Paul will serve as the official !Episcopal District host when the [nstallation services of the Eleventh Episcopal District convene b Tampa 16-.1.7. Many world leaders w;.J attend. A steering comrmtte of the church met with the pastor Monday night to help provide guidelines for this occa i>ion. Sunday will be youth da y at St. i? aul. The youth c-hoir and USihers under the direction of Mrs. Katheryn Quarles will serve during the da y. : Beginning April 2, night service Will be resumed to the delight many members. The Young Women of Allen will present their anriJ.versary t;ea Sunday at 4. ,riends are invited. L Added to the list of sick and is Mrs Jessie C. Williams .Who is hospitalized at St. Eliza beth, Room 135 : Remember her the sick and shut-ins every \vhere. They desire your blessTemple AME 112 Scott Street Rev. H. McDonald Nelson, Pastor Miss Beulah Gansey, Rept. The Second Quarterly Confe rence was last week end and !Presiding Elder Rev. G J Oates, .Presided. Services for Sunday will begm with Sunday scthool with the supt., C. Rodgers in charge. Mornin g service will begin a.t llil and the Youl:lh Dept. will be in charge of l:lhe service. The directors are .Mmes Thelma Ben ton, Cora Belle Larkins, and C. IDbank.s, Revival service will begm next week. Eac-h board will be in 4!'harge of a night. Stewai-. !ACE NINETEEN Choir Union No. 2 Dt acon Yirgil Brooks Prt>s. Mrs. Jeannie Y. Austin Rept, Choir Union !\o. 2 will ronv e ne Sunday 2 :45 P. M. at Hood T e mple A. M. E Zion Church Rev. P H. Ramsey pas tor. The president is asking all choirs to be on The public is invited. St. John Circle No. 2 1\lrs. Gladys Crews, Ch.airmnn Mrs Etta White, Reporter The No. 2 Circle of St. John will meet Monday evening at 5:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Powell, 1245 Burden Ct. The lesson by one of the members. Subject, "Needy Care For Person," Matt. 4:23 verse. The last meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mit chell, 1213 Kay St. Marshall Baptist THONOTOSASSA Rev. Ben Johnson, Pastor Mrs. Mary Williams, Rept. S. S. will begin at 9:45 with the supt., Dea. Hall in charge. Morning service at 11. The sermon by the pastor. The No. 2 choir served. The Unity choir union will convene at the chtlrch at 3 BYPU at 5:30 and evening service at 6:30. Minister Dismissed The corporation of Greater Mor ning Star M. B. Ohurch has asked l:lhe pastor, Rev. G. W. Warren to vacate the pulpit as of Sunday, iMarch 19. They will 1 () )1ire Tll'IStor SOOn,


..:. March 25-, Holsey Temple True Love Baptist 3927 North 15th Street William R. Jr., Pastor Rev: Rosa L. Bryant, Reporter Using the theme: "Women The Challengers," the women of remple sponsored a f'JU day of activitie s which pro>ed loth spir and finaacial up\ lifting i Mrs. Ivy M. RC>y and Mrs. Gainer, Chairmen 'of Wom-en's Day, a;:-e to.-.be congratillaterl for the res ults of their leadership. More than $2,500.00 was raised d 1ring this financial effort. rs. F"1"" Church gave a soul-stirring mes sage to a caoacity audience, durin;,. the morning service. The v.-men's D<1y Tea' was under the direction of thP. Youth Department of with 'lVhs. Josephine Black ilnd Mrs Carrie Walker and Mrs. !Mattie nlark in charge. The th'eme for the Tea was: "LOVE. : 2501 17th Skeet Rev. W. T. Ca-;>enter, Pastor Sunday Church School will be gin at 9:30 with the Supt. in charge All teachers are asked to be on time. Mmnmg wonhip : will begin at 11:00. DeviJtion by the Deacons. The No. 4. choir and the No. 1 ushers will serve The sermon by the pastor. BTU at 5. The director, Dea. Hobley asking all the members to come out arid take a part in training Evening worship at 6 :30 with the choir an'! ushers serving. The sermon by the pastor. Mrs. Carpenter is all the chilc:Jren to meet at the ,.burch for Easter rehearsal. The senior misSion "'-.-... h., ve a panPl Try It -You'll lAke It.". Miss o-f Yrmth DeP'f; and dauahter Of Mrs : Black was / the speaker. She gave a most re' freshlntr i'lterpretation of love and ih to today's Chris 'proSITam the third at 3!00" is welcome. Mon day night, is mission Jt mght 7:30, praver meeting snd. C''ltr-;e: Wednesdav mornmg a. 11:00. pray!!!", service alsn chu!'ch school iesecln,-' 7:SO: Thursday ni-!?'ht. No. 1 choir and evening at 5 the No. 4 choir will their rehearsaL ti:>"q Pastor Johnson hi!' f!l"atitudP. to the Chairmen and t-J the women of Holsey for tne job well drme. Holsey is now prepar Ing for Men's Day which is the second Sunday in June. ppc:tM" .T '.,.'OJl [eft On for York Citv for a meet Ing of t'l,e Interpretation Commis sion of the Consultation ; on Church Union and a meeting of the Board of Commissioners r the Uniterl Ministries fn Edncati ?n He will return in tin:te for Sund'ly sprvicP.S. Stmday, S.S. will Le under of Mr. Albert C ColeSnnerinlenttP.nt. Music be furnishP.d by Choir No. 1. T.: e !"'"S S e"e w!ll be delivered by the Fev. L. B. Brown. Associate of Holsey Temnle. The pnblic is ir.vited to worship With us MB Rev. Jacob Jordan, Pastor Mrs. Alice Grier, Reporter Sunda y School began at 9 :45 with the Supt. Deacon Andrew Minor in charge. Morning service began at 10:45 with the Deacon Elmore J ordan and Deacon Felix Kelly in -cllarge of ..(Ievotion. '!'he sermon was delivered by the pastor. Four new members were added to the chm'lCh. Sunday afternoon the pastor and members along with tlhe Jordan Chorus rendered service at Friendly .Baptist Ohurch. Sunday evening at_ 7 clhoir No. 1 will observe their 9th anniverAll Clhoirs of the church are asked to participate. Mrs. Ludie Jordan is feeling muclh better. pray for tbe sick and ins:-. Bethel Baptist aoa Emory street Rneread J. L. OYemreet, Pastor Mn LUlie Ill. Rptr. S.S. will beilit at 9:30 a.m. Tl?-e Supt. will preaide. The lesson will be taught bJ teachers worship will pegin at 10:45. Deyotion will be conducted by the deacoM. Music will be rendered by Harmonettes. Junior ushers Will serve. The sermon will be deliv ered by the Pastor. Evening worship w1ll begm .at 5 :15. 'i'he same deacons, chOir, and ushers will serve. The sermon will be delivered by the pastor. Easter rehearsal -.;yas held Monday at 5 p.m. Rehearsals be .held on Wednesday and. FI:i. clay of this week at 5. Mrs Mmme Wharton and Miss Emma Belcher are the spOnsors. To all of olir services the pubhc is extendod a welcome to v:orshir with us. New Progress Baptist 3307 Shadowlawn Rev. E. J. Williams, Pastor Mr. Robert Coleman, Rept. _1 Sunday Sclhool began at 9:;ro !Morning service began at U. BTU meeting began at 5:30. Evendng service began at 6:310. Tuesdi!Y night choir No. 1 will have rehearsal. Wednesday night clhoir No. 2 will have rehearsal. 'I1hursday night conference will be held. Saturday at 4 E aster rehearsal. at 6 trustee meeting. Saturday lllig:ht at 7:30 male chorus will have rehearsal. COMPARE. OUR RUALITY YIBST CLASS ci.&G -when II Our First Comes To ,Class Dry Lookin g Cleaning Good, Go Reflects First Class. Extra Care Try Us Socm Through And See For Modem Yourself .Pro c ess. c 0 I L R C LEANER S & L UNDRY 8913 PLAZA 5150 22nd STREET Mt. Olive AME Mt. Moriah PB. 1745. LaSalle Street Rev. A. L. Brown, Pastor Rev. A. F. Little ; Pasto.r Miss Sherrie Williams, Rept. Friendly Bapt!st Rev. W. L. Webb, Pastor Miss Ma: : y Hosey, Rept. Mrs. Ola Gonzalez, Rept. Sunday School will b e gin at 9 :3 0 wit h the Supt. D e acon R B. Mrs. Gladys Allen presided over Allen in charg e the church and the l es s e rvi ce will begill at Servic es for Sunday be g an witb Church S c hool with the Supt. Mrs. Alethea Woodbury in charg e soo was reviewed by the pa$r. 11 with e:e deacons in charg e of The offering l;lanne r was retained The No 3 choir and Jr. by the adult cla s s U.$hers will ser v e The sermon : Morning servi c e b e gan at 111 'with Deacons Freddy Bellllion and Sam McQueen in ohargt of devo tion. Choir 2 and uShers served. The .sermon was deli vered by the pastor; The morning and evening ser-will be delivered by the pastor. vices were conducted by the pasEvening service will begin at tor. lhoir No. 1 and ushers s_er-. 5 :3{) same order of SeT ved. Mr Benny Favors also vice. The ser1111'n will be deliver served. Col!ege students attended by the pastor. At 3:30 Homeconiipg was ob servered by members and ing church were Frederick Clay Tuesday ni ght prayer meeting. Reeves, Yvette Ballard, Harold -Friday ni ght teachers meeting. and c-arol Smfth. We extend our sympathy to Mrs. friends of our C'hurch. The sermon was delivered by Rev. JaC'{b Jordon, pastor of North s ide M ; B Chur e h. His choir served. Mr. Benny Favors and MTS'. mmdcy is the passing of her bus-James Ford chairman and coband. The funeral will be held chairman of the Sorfug Rally Satll'rday at 3 :30 at our church All are asked to send tlheir children to churc:h school and also remember th-e sick and are .. asking all 'members and AU are asked to remember the friends to attend services on sick and sib.ut-ins. ins. d{y. Rev. J. B. Keel pastor .. of Mt. Oldve AIM!E Church -of San ford will deldver the morning sermon. The following willalso appear on program qyde Allen, Robert'-' Wnglbt, Young Johns.on, James Aikens, Andrew Whlg ham, Mamie Everett and manyothers. All are asked to pmy fur the, sick and shut-ins.' Pre-;.Easter Revival A Pre-Easter. Revival will be h;eld at Alli!n Temple A. M. E Clmrch :Sund.ay .night at '7:30 P.M. 'I1he R;ey. L. IL. Ward, P aSttor of Trindtly C. M. E. Ciitll'Ch, will conduct ser\rkeli. The .services will be held nightly from Su,nday thmugh Friday night MaJ;"ch'. 31st ; with prayer service begiun.ing at 7:30 and preaching at 8. Ghoir No. 2 will' serve Sunday, Monday and Tues 'day nights. Choir Nea is directress. T.he same deacons, choirs and ushers served. Again thi pasor deliv e red another wonderful ser mon. Please remember the sick and shut-ins. You are alwa y s welcome to attend our services. NOMJNOIS DINE AT DERBY CLUB St PETERSBURG T ruev.ine Baptist 905 Governor Street/_ Emma 35th Street Rev. J, P. Niehols, Pastor S.S. began at 9:45 with Rev. W. Oumb was in charge Supt., Dea. Mills in charge Mbr of services for the day. The r.tng worship at 11. Rev. Saul junior choir served Nickerson deliverecl the ruLs.., Rev. Nichols was in charge of .At 3, the No: 2 belc their. the afternoon service. Two pa.. ling and queen which was sons were to the clhurch very rewarding. At 5, rehearsal Tuesday \lii:ht all members are was held for the Easter progrSim. a Sh!d to be present at prayer Regular evening serviqe was eJai service and a spectal call ducted at 6. The No. 1 choir spon.o' .. will be held after this .ser sored a musical program 1: was enjoyed by all. The JuniOr chOir ,wail, hav_ e Sunday morning, hearsal Saturday at 3. Chmr will be held. will No. 1 will have rehearsal Sat" be helll at 5 foc tlw. Easter ;.. urday at 5. gnm Visitors" .are welcome. Opme and worship --Mt ... Tabor Ushers No.1 Jt!r. Lavon Cooper ... Mrs. Dollie Mae Brown, Rept. Mt. Tabor Ushers N

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PAGE TWENTY-TWO I Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri Get Both Editions r FUNERAL NOTICES _Warren and wife, Idell Warren, Tflmpa; de voted cousin 1\lrs. Gladys Howard, St. Petersburg; many other sox:rowing rela t1ves and friends The remains will lie in state at Pughsley Cath .edral for visitation of friends af ter 5 P. M. (Friday) today untU hour of funeral service. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME in charge. sided here for the past 21 years The funeral cortege_ form at 4607 Ashmore Place. The remains 'fill repose after 4:00 p.m. today (Friday) at Wilson Funeral Chap el, until near funeral time Saturday.' "A WILSON SERVIeE" NICKSON, MRS. DELLA MAE-Funeral services for Mrs. Della Mae Nickson 1512 Na -ssau St., w"o passed away Tuesday in a local hospital will be held Saturday, 3:30 P. M. at Creal Funeral Home Chapel (1940 7th Ave., S., St. Petersburg), with a local minister officiating. In terment will be in the family plot at Holly Hill Memorial Park, st. Petersburg. Mrs. Nickson w a s born in Campbellton, Fla. and had lived in Tampa for twenty. years. She Is survived by her husband, Mr. John Nickson, Tam--liam How ard Small Street, who passed Center Bay Pines, will be held Monday at 1:00 p.m. at Friendship M.B. Church, (East Lake Avenue) with Rev: H. L. Daniels officiating. Interment will be Memorial Park Cemetery. SurBURTON, MISS GWENDOLYN JOYCE -Funeral services for Miss Gwendolyn Joyce Burton of 4410 48th Street, who passed away In a local hospital, -will be held Saturday at 1:00 P; M. at Mt. Olive M. B. Church with Rev. C. P. Epps, officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Ce metery. Survivors are: a son, 1\fi ehael_ Anth?ny Eurton; mother, Mrs. Johnnie Lee Burton; 2 sis ters, Miss Barbara Burton and :Miss Evel yn Burton; a brother, Burton; a niece, Christine La.Shawn .Burton; 4 aunts, Mrs. Etta Mae Richardson, Mrs. Daisy Donaldson, Mrs. Lassie Williams and Mrs. Maerather Coley; an uncle, Mr. Jack Gardner; a devoted friend, Mr. Otis Evans; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Born in Tampa, Miss Burton had lived here all of her life. She was a student at Hillsborough County f'\dult School. T h e remains will repose after 4:00 P. M. today (Friday) at Wilson Funeral until near funeral time Saturday. "A WILSON :pa; 2 sisters, Mrs. Rosa Lee Smith and Mrs. Josephine Mitch ell, both of St. Petersburg; a foster sister, Mrs. Hazel Britt, Panama City; a brother Herman Thomp!I()D, Newark, N. J.; an .. aunt, Mrs. Annie Bradenton; a number of nieces and nephews including l\lrs. Essie Billbery, Panama City; Herman Thompson, Lake City ; and C. C Thompson both of Rochester, N. Y. and other relatives. The body will lie in state after 4:00 P. M. Friday. CREAL FUNERAL HOME, St. Peters--vivors are: a de voted wife, Mril. Oral Lee Small ; 2 sons Mr. Wil liam H Small, Jr-.; and' Mr. Ray mood N Small; a daughter, Mrs. Carolyn D. Johnson; son-in-law, Mr. R a y m o n d C. Johnson 2 grandchildren, Raymond C son Jr. and Delica Small mother, Mrs. Cora Williams' sister Miss Ada B e ll Williams; 'brother: Mr. S. J. Williams; 2 sisters-inlaw, .Mrs. Dorothy M c Donald and husband, Mrs. Delia Johnson and husband; Mr. E. R. Long ; father-in-law Mr. Elijah Long and a host of other sorrow Ing relativeli and friends. A native of Madison Mr. Small had lived here for a number of years. He was a veteran of World War Two. He was also engaged in the Upholstery busin e ss. The remains will repose after 12:00 Noon Sunday at Wilson Funeral Chapel until near funeral time Monday: :Robert Charles William; a sis ter, l\lrs. Gussie Feniiell; a n aunt, 1\lrs. Mlrah Robinson of Tampa; 3 uncles, Mr. Ike Delao cey, Mr. George Delancey both of Tamp-a and Mr. Wilbert Delancey Detroit; Mlcbigan; in any 111eces, among whom are Mrs Hazel Cressie and Mlss Cressie of Tampa, many nephews among whom are, 1\lr. Albert Fr;rer, Mr. Alford Fryer, l\lr. Ed ward Tabor. and Mr. Aaron Tab or all of Tampa; mother-hi-law, Mrs. Lila Johnson ; 3 brothersin-law, a host of eou s ins and oth er sorrowing and friends. Born in-Tampa, Mr. Williams had li v ed here all of his life. Re was a veteran of World War n, having served_in the U. S. Army. He was Proprietor of the Midway VICE" BLUE, MR. OLIVER P. -Funeral services for Mr. Oliver P. Blue, 2915 31st Avenue, who passed March 20 in a local hospital will be held Saturday at 4 P. M: !from the DUDLEY-LAWRENCE FUNERAL CHAPEL of STONE & GORDON, FUNERAL DIRECT ORS (STONE'S F U N E R A L HOME, INC. Interment will be In lUcmorial Park Cemetery. The body will He in state at STONE'S from 2 P. M. Friday to funeral time Saturday. The funeral cortege will form at 1853 Cano Court. He leaves to mourn his passing: 3 daughters: Mi:s. Jannette Morgan, Mrs. Rosetta Whitaker and husband, Mr. Julie Whitaker, all of Tampa, and Miss Patricia Ann JJiue, Springfield, Mass.; 2 sons, Mr. Oliver Blue, Jr. and wife, .1\Jrs. Clara Blue, and Mr. Wallace Blue, all of Tampa; stepdaughters, Miss F1ancina Stroman, Miss Linda Gail Stroman, and Miss Brenda Delores Stroman, all of Tampa; 4 grandchil drcn; 5 sisters, Mrs. Rosetta Wal ker, N. Y !\Irs. Addie Be I I M e tks, N. Y.. 1\liss l\fattie B. M eeks, N. Y., i\irs. Evdyn Smith T1enton, N. .J., and 1\h-s. Cora 1\lorg:m, Morrisvillc Pa.; 2 bro thers Mr. Spencer W. Met'ks. Jad;souvillc, and Mr. Burnell R. l\lt eks, N Y.: nn uunt. Ballard, Tampa: many oth e r rcl-a god-!>on, devoted fritnds, !\Irs. J.urille Mor-l''l\1' mul i\11 L Taylor, b 1>!h of Tampa: and 11 host of Jtlu r sorrowing fri e nd s STONE & COROON. Fli NER: \1 OIHEC'l' ORS (STO:">JE'S F UN E R A L HO:\lE, INC>. HENDRY, MR. JOSEPH Funeral services for 1\lr. Joseph Hendry of 3422 E. Henry who passed away at .his residence will be held Saturday at 3:30 P. M. at Greater Mt. Moriah P. B. Church, with Rev. A L. Brown, officiating. In terment will be In Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: a de voted wife," MrS. Lilile V. Hendry; a brother, Mr. Robert Hendry; 5 s1sters, Mrs. Nancy Varnes and husband, Mr. Booker Varnes, Mrs. Leona Moore and husband, Mr. Al bert Moore, Mrs. Mary Baldwin and husband, Rev. C. Baldwin, Mrs. Gladys Everett and Mrs. Fannie B. Johnson and husband Mr. Otis Johnson; in-laws, Mr: Sinwn Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Mar. vin Meser, M1. and Mrs. James Franklin, all of Seffner; Rev. and Mrs. H. E of Tanl': l' Miss Araita Huggins of Bostou, Massachusetts; a god son Mr. Clarence Walker; a host of aieces nephews, cousin s and other rowing relatives and friends. Born in Seffner, Mr. Hendry had lived here all of his li f e. H e was a veteran of World War n, having served m the U. S. Air Force, where he attained the rank of M/Sergeant and also the National DetectiYe s and Speci a l Police Association. The rema ins will re pose nfter 4:00 P. M. today (Friday) at Wilson Funeral Chapel, and after 10:00 A. M Saturday at the church. "THE REMAINS WILL NOT BE VIEWED AFTER THE EUJJOGY." A WILSON SERVICE." MULLINS MRS. FANNIE MAE -Funeral services. for Mrs. Fannie Mae Mullins o f 102 1-7th Ave-nn e. Apt. ( .. J';."'-......... l P"';l\' In a local hospital will be held Sawrday at 4:00 p.m. at Wilson Funeral C hapel with Rev. B ernard Milton Jones, offici ating. In t erment will be in Sh a d y Gro vP. Ceme t e r y Survi vors are : 4 sons l\ f / CJ!f \l'i'iiJ..... T cln'!n ... wife Mrs. Eve l ;rr Glenn of Edwards AFB California, Mr. F.dw ard Wa s hington and wif e, M rs. Mary Washin d on 1\fr T11mmic L ee and M 1. G ary Dean Wash i n g toll ; 6 d a u,e;hters, Mrs. Shl r le.v F a y e J a p a l and hu sband. M r Frederick .Ta p a l or Bir mingh a m A l abama: 1\fr s B arbara burg; Fla. PRINGLEY, MR. WILL IE JAMES -Funeral services for the late Mr. Willie James Pring ley.., of 810 Second Avenue, Tam-. pa, who departed from this life on March 16, 1972 in a local hospital will be held at 2: 'oo P. M. Saturday from the New Salem Primitive Baptist Church of which Rev. R. H. Howard is the pastor and Rev. Vickers, officiating. The remains will be carried to the St e ll a Harris Funeral Home in Bainbridge, Ga. Saturday nigiLt and will lie in state there from 9:00 P. M. Sunday until interment which is scheduled at 2:00 P. M. Sunday in a Bainbridge Cemetery. The remains will re pose at the Franklin Funeral Home from 5:00 P. M. Friday un til ncar funeral time Saturday. The funeral time will arrange from 806 E. Henderson Avenue Tampa at approximately 1:15 P l\1. Saturday. Stirvlvors include: HILTON l\IR.'\ J\1:\RY Final .l !'an And e rson a nd hu sband. M r Mrs. Murvine Pringley of Tampa; 3 daughters, Miss Patricia Pringley, .1\'liss Cathy Pringley a n d l\fisJJ 1\lerida Pringley, all of 3 sons, Mr. Willie James Pringley Jr., Mr. Reginald Pringley and Mr. Tony Pringley all of Tampa; 2 si sters, Mrs. LlUilln Brown and Mrs. H e l e n King and William Warren, all of Tampa; 5 brothers, Mr. David Pring ley and hi s wfi e Sall y e Mae, 1\'lr. Clif ford Pringley, Mr. Leroy Pring le y and wife Alb erta, Mr. Isaac Pring le y and wif e Bru bara, all of Tampa and !\Jr. Jark Pringlcy o f Elmhurs t N Y .; four aunts 1\lr s. Annie Bell Ford or B a inbrid g e Ga. Mrs Willie .Jack s on and husba nd Allen ol Qui nc y, Mrs. Beul a h Washington and hu sband Bill y o f D etroit, Mich and )Irs. :\l arv Eli z a S hula of Don a ld!

r" Saturday, March 25, 1972 i Fla Sen tin el-Bulletin PubllshetJ every Tuea and Frf. Cet Both E d i tions P ACE TWENTY-THREE BUSINESS TRAINEES LIMITED for ; NURSES AIDES CLERK TYPISTS MEDICAL RECEPTIONISTS Opportunity to earn while lD training. Call CAREER I>iredor. 229-8381. SIDRLEY' S FISH MARKET Highway 579 & Pruitt Road next to the One Stop Inn. All Types of Seafood Weekend Specials: BRIMS 45c lb.-Cleaned MULLET 3 Ibs. $1.00-Cleaned CA'":'FISH lb. 65c-Cleaned-45c not cleaned VETERANS WE NOW HAvE a complete coun seling service to advise you of your Gi benefits when buying a l home. Take advantage of this service today. CALL HAROLD BAKER REALTY 988-1252' 7838 NO. 40TH ST. N O CREDIT??? Having Trouble Bu yin g A CIU' Because yon are short on Credit or Dc.wn Payment? LET ME BELP.YOU Call Bill Brown I 232-4891 "......'.:....-.OR SEE ME AT ; : w A N T ED ::.; -MA. TURE_ woman to stay' w i t h cOnval e scing elderly _.lady, M!' Morga n,;. 253-3453. N U!l.SES AIDES WOMEN for new Tampa ho s pital ne de'd to be train e d, c e rtified a i uf In uni form in ten weeks; Call 223-364 8 for i n t ervie w. .TELEPHONE WE HAVE IMMEDIA'rE opening for part time telephone sales. Schedules Available 'from 2 to 6, from 5 -to 9. I J>Iease Apply In Person -PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT EMPLOYMENT VACANT HAVE SEVERAL NEWLY recon ditioned homes In Progres. W lage. $50 down. Call HAROLD BAKER REALTOR. Phone 988-1252 7838 Norih 40th Street WANTED SHARP DRESSER Agreulve male or female College trained Late model car Prestige selling. Call STEVE FIELDING, 985-2964 FOB SALE WANT A NEW HOME? $200 DQWN, GOOD CREDIT. Call Equal Opportunity Development Corp. Call 257-3201. 2504 38th Avenue. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, $10,500. FHA. W. B. TOOLE & SONS, INC. Realtors 303 Franklin Street Phone 223-4771 VACANT. HAVE SEVERAL NEWLY recon dit ioned homes In Progre!ltl VU-. lage. $50 down. Call HAROLD BAKER REALTOR Phone 988-1252 7838 Nortli 40th Street WEST TAMPA-.-$2oo DOWN. FDA 235. 3 1% bath. VANITY HOMES, INC 109 North Armenia. Phonlil 251 3539. -VACANT H A VE SEVERAL NEWLY recon ditioned hOmes In -Progress Vii lage. .$50 down. C311 HAROLD BAKER REALTOR Phone 7838 North 40th street -. .. I N CHAR MING RIVER GROVE EST A TES. 3 bediooms, 2 _baths, air condition. Financing avail I a ble. Q u ick occ upa ncy. H AROLD FRANK L IN, REALTO!t Phon e 8 79-0560 VICINITY 17 AVE NUE 19 ST. Cement Block 2 Bdrm. $350 down FHA Terms ON BIG 55% ft. lot. Big carport, separate utility room, eement porch, tile bath. Nice shrub. bery and flower garden, S orange 1 trees. Full prlce only $11,500: Weekends call 876..2703 SEARS, ROEBUCK & COMPANY or office. Call Mr. Morgan 2010 East Hillsborough FRA. "K MORGAN B llo Tampa, Fla. ,n I ea' r ._ We are an equal opportunity em J 106 South Armenia Avenue ployer. 253-3453 253-0301 FOR SAJ.E NORTHVIEW HILLS 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, carport, chain link fence, large b a c k yard. HIGHLAND PINES CORNER LOT, a bedrooms, l'lh baths, CB home, stove and refrigerator. 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, Fla. room, CB hQ.me, chain link fence, well landscaped, air conditioned. $50 DOWN PROGRESS VILLAGE 8 BEDROOMS, wall-to-wall car pet. Must see to appreciate. WILBERT WILLIAMS, Beallor PHONE 251-404 9 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath homes. Like new JOHN TAAFFE, REALTORS LEE TAAFFE, ASSOCIATES 832-4024 689-4449 -HEY!!! NOW YOU CAN buy your own -beautiful new 3 bedroom home for $200, down and as little as $67 per m onth on Call MARSON ENTERPRISES, INC. 876-1063. -y _our Real.Eslale needs, and il y .ou have any mone y problems and if you own-your own properly (or even if y o u al.'e m aking pay menls o n proper ly.) C all o r see SAM C. MA-RTINO: REALTORS, 2018 E. 7th Avenue Phone 248-611-1 4 BB. $1100 CORNER OF 19th ST. and Co lumbus Drive. Cail Tony Licata, Jr., Assoc. Office 839-6337 Res. WALK. TO SCHOOL CB 2 B E D R 0 0 M S Owner redecorating. Modern kit"chen. 3 unit of A. C. Entire property fenced on a huge corner lot. $1S,OOO. FHA VA. WEST TAMPA RAISING A LARGE FAl\IILY? oN rou1 LOT 01 snra THE NEIGHBORHOOD or YOUR THRU-OUT -We11 pick you' up Immediate Stcive & Refri!l included. Payments -LOW -As $67 Month! Plus $100 Pre-paid items. paymfs. Including Inter _.It, Insurance.& taxes.-If your .family of 6 has .an income of $400 Example: you'll have to pay only 20% -of-yaJ r adjusfed Income for housing (deducting allow onces for social security.) Get details on the FHA 235 -today. CALL Rl!ELL Corp. 5010 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 201. 879-1541 Days or Eves 229 Mr. Bengamin This home Is for you. $11;500. Call Me. DUPLEX $11,500 FHA -VA FURNISHED and ready to oc cupy. Live almost rent free. RIVER GROVE FHA-.VA CB AD..'D THEY ARE ALL LOVE LY. 3 and 4 bedrooms. All have modern equipped kitchen I liave new one this week. Call alid be the first one to see. Low down payme11t and buy like :r ent :: r. .. ISABEL PERRI, .ASSO.C; TAMPA REALTY, 'INC. ; REWL'lORS -8?-it6884 FOR SALE MODERN CEMENT BLOCK 3 BEDROOMS, CARPET, stove refrigerator, $10,350. P &: J ,68.54 for S60 months at 7% mortgage. CJ,<:MENT BLOCK S Bedrooms, I baths, $14,500, terms. CEMENT BLOCK I Bedrooml, 1 bath. $9,64)0. At equity. Balance monthly on 51/4 percent' FRAME HOUSE I BEDROOMS.-. $5500. Terms. DON TAAFFE BROKER 872-2729 or LISTINGS NEEDED! VACANT .. HAVE SEVERAL NEWLY re con ilitioned home's 1n Progress VU lage. $50 down. Call HAROLD BAKER REALTOR. Phone 9811 7838 Nortb 10th Street VETERANS WE NOW BA VE a complete conn seling service to advise you of your GI benefi t s when buying s home. Take advanta ge of this service today. CALL HAROLD BAKER RE.AIJTY 988-1252 7838 NO. 40TH ST. I 2008. LAMAR STREET (Vicinity Palm alid Central Ave.) EXTRA BIG (1700 PLUS SQ. FT.) 6 ROOMS 2 BATHS $600 Down r VACANT No Qualifying. Priced less than other houses half the size. Plastered. Nice kitchen. Fenced.: 4 walk in clo s ets. Burglar bars. Can usecJ ;for big fam ily or as dupl ex. Weekends c a ll Mr. Mor gan, 876-2703 or o ffice FRAH K -MORGAH. BeaUor 1!16 South Armenia Hand y LARGE FRAME HOUSE needs inteiior repairs. C'otild be du plex 5 or 6 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, $6,5oo.; Goo d lo. cation. JANET TROUPE, Realtor Owner 932-1011 or 949-1363 i. BEST 235 LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL homes only $15 starts paper work. a and 4 bedrooms, llh baths, (amUy room, enclosed garage, aide walks and fully landscape lots. Call now 621,3471. HALLMARK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FOB BERT % ROOM APARTMENT for rent. Furnished. Utflity bUll paid by Call 246-6521 FOB BERT FOR RENT 2211 4th AVENUB 603 WEST PALM *' 114 SOUTH DAKOTA These a-partments are fa conclltloa. Call W-4771. PUBLIC SERVICE 1 AUTO IIISmlAICE lMMEDIATB COVERAGE at a cost that correspond to JOU driving hlltory. Jack Berry -VETEIWfS WE NOW HAVE a complete coun aeling service to advise you of your GI benefits when buying a hom e Take advantage of this service today. CALL HAROLD BAKER REALTY 988-1252 7838 NO. 40TH ST. McGowan Enterprises, Inc. C. 8r M. Fumilure Co. MARY CARTER PAINT Phone E 7th Ave. .Tampa 1 ...... 4-CUT-JtATE I'LUMBING C SOL'S TRADING POST Nl.l-TUBS $10.50 TOILET SEATS $1.95 SINKS & CAIBINE-TS WATER WASH BASINs,:,_ WALL CABINETS 3322 E. BROAD ,WAY PHONE '243 : : r o r : Spidiu, J ,._ OR S E E SIS. BRADLEY ._. ; Ph_one: : 1 341'0 E. Lambright Avenue .., .,. I WILSON'S .' "Otlr Business Is SerVIce'-' Phenea: !4U1Z5 245-2032 '. .. .. POC ,RSlE. 340! 28th STREET As JmpreasJve ''a reqlilrecf As aa ciemd 247-3151 or THE CEltlETEBY iJuomUI. ENDOWED CARE --v-. : ALL MEN MUST DIE -HE SHALL Do SO BUT ONCE ALL MEN WISH TO DO .SO BURIEI) WJTH HONOR -ANP TO l}E .. FQR :I'HE BEST OF IDS PAST MO,MEN:fS THEAV:,l'UMN. : WINDS KNOW WELL WJIEN TI,IE LEAVES .. BUT NO MAN KNOWS WHE!'i THE EARTJI WILL AGAIN THE JT CI!Jl:Aii':{(>N." 1 PREPARE; ... '; .. ';i-.. ; : : .. ;; ; ;/''t"!f'i: 4615 :-HARKA. AVEifQ., ,!.4 1.;1 .u: ... r. r i f'

fAGE TWENTY-FOUR MEMORIAM Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Ge!rt Bo t h ll:ditlone Satu r day, March 2!1, 1972 The years of his companionship inspired within us love, loyalty, sincerity and dedication. To this memory we gratefully dedicate the eighteenth anniversary of his passing, lUarg-aret Blake Roach and fa_mily. MEMORIAM TAMPA -In memory of Mrs. ewah B,ortiin who departed life to eternal home ten years ago, March 23,' 1962. but notforgotten. Sadly missed by brother-in-law, McWilliams. TAMP A -In memory wife, Mrs. Ju& Spates w h o passed away March 27, 1963. Gone but not forgotten. Sig ned : Mr. John Spates, hus band. Card ol Thanks TAMPA-The family of the late Mrs. Emma Williams wish to thank their many friends and neighbors for the kindness shown during the illness and passing of our love one. Special thaRks autor F .l. Rodrii!Uez. C. 8. H. Memorialll TAMPA In memory of my husband Henry Hill, died March 24, 1970. Time takes away the ed g e of grief but memories turn back every leaf. Signed: Wife, Willie M. Hill and all the family. -----Hunter and Amos James. Also the Wilson Funeral Home. Signed: Ella Dudley, Annie Mae Crawford, Emma Lewis, iUae Hudgins, Granddaughters and family. .. AT LARMON FURNITURE INC. 3 PC., BEHOOM. SbiTE oNLY ?{Similar to Fabulous Jledroom or RO:otn : SuUe 1 14 BIG PIECES $13995. \ -1:J S OF A B E D MATCHI N G pHAIR 2 B EAUT IFUL LAMPS 2 STE P T A BL E S 1 C OFFE E T ABLE 5 PIECE PIC T UR E ENSEMBL E 2 D ECORAT OR PILLO W S ( Sli\I IL A R TO ILLUSTR ATION) WHY SMART PEOPLE BUY NOW." BANKAMERICAIID welcome. fo.IV liiiYfHING U NOII fH( iUftC. "IT'S EASY TO PAY THE LARMON WAY" Open Friday Night 'Til 1324.30 PHONE E. Broadway 248-255 \ 8 P. M. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE


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