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TAMPA BLACK MILITANT KILLED IN ARGUMENT AT /lAVERN // : .. .' All The r News Fit To Print .; SEE STORY ON PAGE !-Sentinel Advertisers Invite YOU AMERICA'S FOREMOST SEMI WEEKLY :VOL. 25, NO. 41. TAY.-i.PA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1972. PRICE 15 CENTS. --------------------------------------------------------- (SEE STORY ON PAGE 2) .FATHER OF 7 KILLS WIFE, SELF MISS BAHAMAS '72 CROWNED IN NASSAU CEREMONY r NASSAU, Bahamas 1\liss Bahamas 1971, Ternh Rahming wishes her successor, Deborah Tay lor, the best of c\crything durin g hrr yt'ar's rt>ign. Dt>bornh was rrownt>d Miss Bahamas 19n at Le Cubnret Theatre, Paradise Islaud, bl'fore a rapacity audil nrt'. Tht> new qut>en 15 a serrt>l!uy at the DtpnTtment or StatlsUrs. She rapturt>d the title o\er nine other ron tntilnti. ller runnen-up were Miss l'lamlngAJ, Cypriana l\lunnings: :Hiss Sun .\nd ., Anne Johnson: !\I iss Amsetl Beer, Angrla White and :\lademoiselle, Susan :\II'Dermott. The brown-eyt'd winnt>r Is 5'6" tall, weighs 120 pounds and hl"r statistirs are 36-24-37. She likes painting, rt>ading and writing poetry. Her ambition Is to become a commercial artist and a rreative writer. SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-* * Dr. King Hospital Black First -SEE STORY ON' PAGE 21 1 * Detectives Cope With Trouble Shooting Jobs SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 I Miss Page One Miss I Here's an opportunity Cor all of you beautiful ladies out there to have your photograph and vital statistics pt.blished on the front page of this Florida's largest black-owned semi-weekly newspaper. The Sentinel-Bulletin Is conduct Ing a weekly :\liss Page One Srn tinel." If you think you're beauliCul and aren't you all -here's what you do to enter the contest. Submit a sharp, black and while glossy photograph of y o u r s e 1 f (8x10) in dress clothes and lD a bathing suit. If you don't have a photo, call our staff photo1rapber at the Sentinel, Mrs. Sherlvn Roberts, for an appointment to h;ne your photos taken. If you are sending the two photos, prepare and attach to them the following information: Xame, age address, vital statis tics parents, hobbies. favorite television shows favorite entertainers, and ambition. All of our black and beautiful contesta!h must be single and betwet"n lhe ages of 17 and 25. The Sentinel-Bulletin news department will select a winner of the '':\llss Page One Sentinel'' ::md publish the abo>e Information for all of our readers to see.

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.. .. , McRAE -''' COURTHOUSE.. CAPERS Assaults Michael Austin, 29, 2s29 Walnut flt., -was at : the Station 'Bar, ; Ma i n 1 and Albany Tuesday when he was !c:1.1t with,,a pocket knife by a.n assililant .an arlument. -The assailant then drove Auitin down the street and 'called an ambulance. Willie Niassey Jr.1 3 4 was with simple assault Tues dey aft:o:r he verbally threatened : to k,ill Margaret C 9 oper, "28, 2003 .E. 23rd Avenue. Burglaries Burglars entered Mrs Julia M. Campbefl's house at 3209 E. Chip co W ednesday about 1 :30 and took 'several pieces ol clothing. from the brdroom closet and chest of draw 1 and a cassette tape but dropped them on t he kitchen tRbl e and ron when they heard 'Mr s. Campbell r l'turning home: J erome Youngblood, 2<1, and Ann Robert 20, were 11rrested Wednesday for burglary. P o lice reported a tape player v a l ued at a portable color TV sd worth $100, portable TV s e t orld, $25; and eiitht track cnrl valued al $<10 were takeu fl' o in the home of Georgia l\111e Ll'e. :hot : hipco. An tmidentified burglar enterrcl 11 house at 2316 liighland tnrough the back door Wednesdsy ; snd took a color TV worth $40 two silver dollnrs and ten throu g h l))o ir point. Th e s tolen items belonged l o Jesse G o Hin. ------. ... Alberta Singletar'y, 30, 1232 S cott st.. told p()lice she had two pantsuits, a jumpsuit, and underclotlling, totalvalue $25, on lbe clothes line in her backyar d TueSday when an unidentified per. son removzd tnem. Mrs. Beulah \V'ilcher, 78, 1609 Governor, told police that while her 1959 Rambler was parked at 401 E. Henderson between April 25th and Ma.v 2 ; siimeone took her 1972 Florida tag off the car. Gadsden Blacks Label 8 Protest QUIN(:Y -Eight black members of the Human Relations Council ha.ve walked out in pro'test of 'statements by the Gadsden Cotmty Commission that" most blacks are too ignorant to serve on juries "I really think they had honest ly hoped there would be some vigorous white diss ent with what the commission said," said the Rev. John Bywater, rector of the St. James Episcopal Church and May 6, Community Relations Bureau I By SGT. ARNIE MYERS ------------Sheriff's RF: D F.:ROIJ .. _ G ROCER. Y & ... ra. a E -STOlE . 3918 29th. St. Cor. BuBalo .Avenue BEAD THIS! . 'liEAD THIS! BEAD I THIS! / "Come, Early and Gel 'Qle Besl" ;,. --WE DELIVER WE SFJ.L AI4EIUCAH EiPBESS MOREY. :IBDEBS' / Rew:Color -lfew.Siaij...teld. Linoleum g 12 yous (NOT FROZEN) HENS ROASTING OR BAKING FltESH LARGE FRYERS each 98c TURKEY WINGS 3 PARTS lb. 45c SMOKED BACON SKINS lh.39c FRESH CHICKEN lb. 45c TENDER RIB OR CLUB STEAK lb. 98c SMALL R. c. COLA SPARE BIBs 25 OZ. BOTI'LE (3 . 3 ... for. t9c Di. 79c LEAN TENDER BEEF STEW lb. 59c LONG ISLAND DUCKS (5 and 6 LBS) lb. 65c ARROW W4SBING POWDER Large box 29C LARGE WHITE EGGS IN CARTON ... DOz. 41c LONG GRAIN 3 u.. ba 49c' g LYKES PURE LARD I Jl.. 29c :MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE <$5 order or more) I lh. can 79a CLOROX BLEACH Qt. Jotde 25c LINOLEUM (ALL COLORS) 9 x 12 $7.95 THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS FOR Ml Y 5th, 6da llh

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Saturday, May 6, 1972 Fla. Tues. and Frf. Get Both Editions PACE THREE -POLICE TEAM COPES WITH TROUBLE SHOOTING POSITIONS By MARTHA WHITE Sentinel Staff Writer ST. PETERSBURG -Emory Wright and Jim Bowman hul. d "trouble shooting" positions w i t : 1 the St. Petersburg Police Department a:; members of the city s Community Relations Involvemf'nt Unit. Their main objective is tt' change the police image within the community In actual words they hold where other agencir:s fall down Examples of their duties are: whenever th ere is a feeling of r trouble at one of the schools, they go in and to straigthen things out before riots begin ; a woman who had trouble getting her. garbage collected called Bow man and Wright and they recl1. fied the problem in a short timP "We are going to experiment """'""" ... .... .. ,.: .. . ....... WRIGHT for one year with a mobile ph 0 ne installed in our car," said B 0 w man. The y :eel that citizens w1l h com plai nts would feel more secure if th e y witn e s::.:d them mak i ng calls to handle their problems The detectives, who d rather not be ident i fied that way in the com munity, said they are there tc let the people know that th ere is someone in the police interested in their problems no matter how large or how sm while Wright has been a police man for four years. JIM BOWMAN. Tampa Black Militant Killed In Argument At Tavern Charles Arline, former office manager at the Center For a United Bilick Community, was shot and killed.-late Thursday night at a beer and wfne tavern at 36th Street and Osborne Avenue. A spokesma n at 'the Tampa Po lice Depattment said Arline, 25, 3414 E. Wilder, was shot three 'times in the chest following an argument that started the tavern. Daring Initial investfgaticn 110 true motive for the shooting was establi shed though a witness on the scene said they had overheard Arline and the sustlect en gaged in a heated discussion over money. From what tli'! witness could conclude Arline had trieJ to take some money from the man. When police arrived on the scene Arline was found on the floor. ey' es and. mouth oren with pools of blood around him : The susper.t. Preston Lee Lawrence, 35, was pointrd mit to the policemen and was_ on the scene with out resistance. The sh'lts, determined to ">e from a .45 caliber pistol. sounrl r d like exolqsions, according t o two witnesses. After the casP., Chief Attorney, Vin cent E G;g"Jio ruled the death as manslaughter and ordered thf:' police department to release rence on his own recognizance. Giglio s.aid Lawrence had closed his service station at 22nd and Osborne and went to and Mable s Tavern to get a couple oL beers to take home Arline approached him and asked that he buy h i m a beer. Lawrencl-' 10 Welfare Mothers Attend Barber School DETROIT-Ten Detroit mothers who are on welfare have started year-long training at a barber 1 chool hoping to become independent upon graduatiOn. The woman' s tuition is paid thru the federal M a n o o w e r De velopment 'l'rainini Act. refused and the argument ensu ed. Arline walked into the tavern with Lawrence following and the shooting started. Lawrence has no previous arrest record, accord ing to the police officer who in ves tigated the shooting Arline, tagged militant and a close associate of Otha Favors, has a Tampa arrest record dating back to March of 1969. He has been arrested for strong arm.;d robbery, worthless checks, failure to assist police, possession of marijuana and uttering. Home Town Holds Ethef Waters Day CHESTER Pa. PennsylvROia paid tribute to gospel singer Ethei ' r, ,.,ay, nam.ng tne day in her honor. The 73-year-old singer returned to her home town to serve as grand marshal for the city' Law nay Parade. Gov. Milton Shapp proclaimed the day's observance for Miss \Y: 'tPr;: savit"': ''I hrmp this da v will be a fuost memorable OM tier nfe." Mis s Wat ors is c u rrently a go::rel with the BiiiJ Graham erusade, -------------------------ELKS SCHOLARSHIP WINNER Bro J. D. Floyd, Fla. State Elks Education Director; Jimmy Dallas, sponsar; AI Schergen, winner and Dt. Lucille Johnson are shown after the Elks Oratorical Contest during the State Con-vcntion that was held In Ft. Lauderdale recently. AI Schergen, the llh fM, $J ,MA, ST PETERS.BURG -An estranged 38 year old husban::l shouti1.1g I m going to kill you," fatally shot his wife Wednesrlay night, and then cradled her in his arm's before turning th-e gun to his head and killing himself. Charlie Walker anrl his wife .Mamie, also 3 '8, were dead on arrival at Bayfrc.t Mecal Center in St. Petersburg -at 8:10p.m. Walker shot his wife in th-e back after apparently waiting for her at the home of his parents at 1901 12th Ave. S. HE PUT her (his wife) in his arms and said. 'Mama, I love her and I ain t go ing to live without her,' said a nearby resident who was attracted out side by th-e first shots. Mrs. Dora Walker, his mother, wept loudly and shouted as her son put the 22 or .38 caHber gun to his right temple and fired the witness said. Walker and his wife, who were in the process of being divorced, were par-ents of seven children, all of whom lived with their mother at 855 21st Ave. S. WALKER HAD been living with an aunt at 2220 Lamparilla. Way S sinc-e the touple' separate d about four months ago He was a custodian at The St. Woman, 45, Molested By Teenage Boys Two unidentified young men. possibl y teenagers, entered a room at 862'3 N. Nebraska Ave nue about 3 a m. Thursday by ri.pping out a portion of sheet rock wall large enough to crawl. through and r aped a 45 year old woman. The woman was asleep at the time and was awakened by nois es in her room. She got up, picked up a butcher knife from a nearby table and turned on the overheaa night. When s :he turned on th-e light she saw a man cominginto her room through the hole in the wall and another man standing near the foot of her bed, wearing only imdershorts. The man knocked the knife froin her hand and threw her on the bed. He forc ed her to participate by threatening to do harm to her. Both men forced th _emselves on her repeatedly,, The men \vere scared. away as a friend came into the hall , -ay and a sked 'Y.hat is going on?". The men ran out the hack door of the rooming liou-se; one leavinghis shirt which was turned over to police. Petersburg Times at 13th Avenue : N Mamie Walker mother-in-law's h her to choir pn As she got out c came out of no 'I'm going to kil ing to kill you;' WALKER FIRE wife tried to flee side the Walker parently missed, He then fired other shot in h i She slump ed to t to the rear door which is in fro ground where do ters ;i.-ere playiJ struck, howevet. Neig -hbors sai shots and "thot fight" before the had happened. FRIENDS desc kers as "good pe visited Mr. and ker. One witness sa first shots she yell, "I told yo you Police said Iy was in a ca Now J J I lo meet M Annie C : We Bu! Res.

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PAGE FOUR Fla. Seatinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri .. Cet Both Editions / !florida I Senfinef w 1Y.<1 Btl!lfetm Published every Tuesday and Friday b:f Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin Pub lishng Co., 2207 Twenty First Avenue. fampa, Florida 3360L C. BL YTBE ANDREWS Founder and Publisher C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JL Esecutin Edltu SIMON JOHNSON Vice President-Produea.. MRS. ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Vlce Presldent-Socleb JOHNNY JACOBS VIce President-Advertlst.l Becood class postage pl'-id at Tampa, Flortda SUBSCRIPTION RATES $ 6.50 per year one editioa, $1%.50 per year both editiou , .War Keeps Killing President Nixon failed to ease many minds last week in h i s Vietnam talk. Despite his de ciston to keep withdrawing American ground troops, the fierce insistence on not allowing the unworthy South Vietnamese dictatorship to be defeated mili tarily causes nothinJ but -despair. lf Vietnam was t h e miSitake most now concede it to h a v e been, then why must the United States insis1 on a military stand off, at the leaSit? Are we to be guided by pride? And if we' think the North Vietnamese might kill some South Vietnamese should t h e y take over the coun'try, are we aure it would be worse than the killing tak-ing place. beneath the bombs we drop and the fighting we keep alive? Can we ever concede that the South V i e t n am e s e and the States are more guilty of vio Ia ti .ng the accords of the 1954 Geneva Conference than are the North Vietnamese? If we will not p e r m i t the South Vietnamese to be defeated and Russia will not I e t North Vietnam lose the military con test, are we then to carry on un til encounted millions on sides have been killed or muti ted ? Only by pulling out lock, stock and barrel, and soon, .can Presi den t Nixon claim a successful .Vietnam It is certain Vietnamization is a failure. Wash ington officials can say what they wanl t on its behalf but the tele screens tell the tru'th every evening in a way words can't plain away. It's time the Unite. d States took another good look at what is at s 1take in Vietnam, what our vital interests are, the interests of others and negotiate an end to the war on that basis. Polk NAACP Kicks Off Membership Drive LAKELAND The Polk Couaty Council of Branches of the NAACP kicked off their Membership Drive Wednesday May 3 and will terminate June 16 in Winter Haven with a County Banquet at the Holiday Inn. All members soliciting 25 and 100 new members respectfully will be placed in the 25 and 100 mem bership club. Members of the 25 Club will receive special recogni tion and awards at the banquet in Winter Haven. Members of the 100 Membership Club will receive special recogni tion at the National Convention in Detroit vn July 3-7. On Saktrday, June 9, there will be a door-to door c a m p a i g n throughout the County The Membership fees are as fol-lows: $500 .00 Senior Life Membership $25 00 Contributing $10 00 GQld Cer tificate "$G.OV Crisis and $4.00 Minimum. Everybody who believes in Free dom both black and white are eligible to become a member of the Association. The goal for the drive is 3,000 new memberships, and the goal for the year is 15 000. PersoM wishing to call for ad ditional information about mem bership, please call the following members: Louise Candis Jackson, Member Chairman, 688-6436; Otis P. Williams, C h a i r m an; 688-&137; Rev. Joel Lee Akins, 294-6133-; James Austin, and Mrs. L eta B o ykins, 533. Poverty Pocket By BOB GILDER CAA Executive Director Recently,' the Community Action Agency of Hillsborough County apto the commWlity w help two families ho were the viclims of tragic aecidents and t o help a teenage girl crippled with ruultipt e sclerosis The community response to h e lp these people has been good, l U in each case funds are still b Fing sought to help make their lives a little brighter. Our readers will recall the hPart breaking story of an Ybor City fire, April 1, which claimed the lives of five children, ages two through s l x The only child who survided the ordeal, Sara Nelson, age 5 re mains at TamP,a GeneJal Hospital today from second-degree burns on her face and abdomen. Mrs La monica Nelson, her mother, and-. Mrs. Bertha Mae Bea escaped the ONLY IN AMER,ICA By Harry Golden MY TESTIMONY ON BUSING Emanuel Cellar, the DeJDOCratic Congressman Brooklyn, invited me to testify before his Committee about House Joint Resolution 620 which proposes an amendment to the Constitution with respect to the assignment and 1 transporation of public school pupils I c all this bill the "Back to Jim Crow" amendment. Busing, I said is a fact of life. It is not the issue. Segregation is the issue. In Charlotte, N. C., where the Concerned P -arents Association has created" a mass psychosi s anent busing, three out of five children rode buses to the schools for generations without protest. For decades, black children were bused past white schools and not one psychologist offered a description of their trauma. T h e issue clearly is not whether children should be bused but to which schools they shoUld be bused. A second confusion concerns the courts The courts liave not invented busing; in fact, they have not ordered busing. T h e y have insisted on complete deseg regation and left it up to the local school boards to implement this decision. No one seeins willing to explain why the courts should do this. The courts undertake this issue because the schools ask for and receive a federal subsidy, and a federal subsidy has a con situtional string ; attached. That string is the demand that the. monies be spent to benefit all citi zens equally. While much passion is e:!!:pended on the importance and value of the neighborhood school, little is expended in pointing out t h e neighborhood alone cannot afford the school of which it boasts. The argument about busing and the neighborhood school has become a political vehicle at the very moment when it is likely the neighborhood school is a thing of the past. It is more than likely we will have to tear the school system away from the local property tax. In San Bernadino, Calif and in New Jersey, the courts have ruled that school systems s upport ed in the main by property taxes in inequitable schools. It is the duty of the state to insure every kid gets the same shake in the classroom. It is easy for cities to prove their schools are inferior to schools in the suburbs, in the ratio between teachers and stu dents, in the advantages of plant and equipment, and in the salaries paid to attract tea.::hers. Sooner or later, state boards nf education are going to the quality of the schoo l s and 10. disaster without injury. Sara has received a skin graft, but is PX to remai n }.n the hosp it al for many more weeks. At that time we appealed to the commWlity to help raise funds for Sara's hospital cost. Contr;butwns to date are still being accepted ai the Northside Bank of Tam}::a, P. 0. Box 17235, Tampa, 33602, under the account name. The Fire Victim FWld? The Tampa Jay cees who initiated the fcndraising drive, report that the total contributions amount to $433.70. -o0(}-Mrs. Evangeline Best ; local Head Start worker, who initiated a drive in conjunction with the CAA to help Mr and Mrs Henry Sirmons and their six children who !ns* their home and ali their !)Ossessions in a fire in April, ihat the community responst" to their clothing and household needs were abundant. "The. S!rmons' Family Fupd," which was r lished at the Broadway National Bank, P. 0. Drawer P, Tampa, Fla. 33605 (account n u m be r 15-8l0-9l for cash donations to be used for their relocation into a permanent home has netted -S64t FWlds are still being accepted. -{)()o--. The CAA would like to pay tribute to the Skycaps, who initiatfd through our office a contribution of $95 towards seW:ing up. a cial fund for Daffoney a teenage victim of multiple scle rosis. At that iime, a fund !lad already bt;en established at the Southeast Bank of Tampa in name of Daffoney Neal and Mrs Olean Lewis for special equipment needed to help Daffoney get better. Contributions for a !;>pecial bu!lt wheel chair, corsets, special shoes, and leg braces to help Daffoney overcome this crippling disease are stjil being accepted. The equipment is expected to cost mare than a thousand dollars. Mrs. Die an Lewis, Daffoney's .mother, earns $50 a week as a domestic. Under these circumstances it .is understandable to say without your generous contributions it will be difficult, if not impossible for Daffoney to get this much needed equipment. -o0(}-1 would like to encourage each of you to attend an informal and educational forum on Sickle Cell Anemia Thursday, May 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the Sugar Shack, 2300 N. Oregon. The forum is being sored by the Club of the Charmettes, Inc. The Hillsborough Comity Health Department will be on hand after the meeting to give the screening test .for the heredi tary disease which kills its vic tims. cal authorities will have a great ly diminshed voice. I do not want to dwell on the moral iill91ication11 of this, but only upon its inevita bility. Today, hundreds of private schOols have been established throughout the South a bitter irony because there was a time when blacks went to private schools and white to free public schools. There are thousands of black clergymen and teachers who nev er spent a day in a school for there were hWldreds of private schools in the South, under the auspices of the local church, supported by the pennies of domestics and sharecrotJpers. These / schools existed, local schools in the truest sense ')f the word, because segregated black schools were no schools at all Clloir Union No. 2 Deacon Virgil Brooks, President :\Irs. Jeannie .-\ustin, Reporter The re1uest program
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.hturday, May 6, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published enry Tuea. and Fri. Get Both Editions PACE FIVE JETS ... HERE 'N THERE ... Louis Valdez and d aught e r Tony a, dropped by to visit with me at TIA while in town last week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ballard, 7409 O'Brien St., Port Tampa City . Louis, a cuz of the writer and 1s now a Counselor f o r Region Mental Health in Louisville, Ky. with his field being Alcoholism He over the past three weeks, finjshe d a course at Atlanta University in Alcoholism while also visiting with his sons. I asked Valdez just how do you help an alcoholi c person and his reply-"First the alcoholic man or woman 'must' want to help themselves." ... And while speaking of Atlanta, there was Mrs. Francis Swift looking real pretty 'n smart in her high fashions (artd what a fabulous crazy hat) as she and cute granddaughter, Shantel Taylor, daughter of Mrs. daughter, Karol arrived m on r one of my Whisperjets ( opps forgot we change the name to "Whisperliners" ) from Atlanta, where they visited young enter tainer, Eric Tig and family woo were doing a ben efi t show f o r the Sickle Cell Anemia sickness fund held at the Merriott Hot e l and on behalf of raising funds to higher the reward for informa tion towards a six year old child missing since weeks ago ..... Rumors have it that Prof. Garland V. Stewart is to be t hi s year's General Chairman of t he Men's Day Program of Allen Temple AME Church Rev. H. McDonald Nelson pastor. B u t more on this later ... one thing's for sure, charm lng Mrs. Edith 1\leteye, wife of Prof. Lewis Meteye of Meacham Elem. is to be the next host of the Las Damas Social and Civi c Club ladies monthly meeting and monthly social. The ladies meet ing scheduled for the second Sat. and the so ci al, the fourth Sat. Following and Mrs. Mike (Para Lee) Lazarus, last month social like wow. 1 One of the King Arthur Inn big wigs while on my TIA scene told of having made arrangements for the appearance of Sammy Davis, Jr. here Sept. 24th for one nite .. Another fellow flying in gave me a ticket on the Mass lottery which could win me up to one million dollars My drawing was 1 May 5th and my lottery No. 558311. Ten dollars 'reward to the person calli ng me and telling me I won the million dollars. Oka y, twenty dollars then, and I 'll 1try to talk young boss C. Bl y the Andrews, Jr. into put tin g your pic ture on our front page Wonder ho w much a newspaper .office eost ? MR. BEN BAGLEY, PASSE S IN SPARR FLA. The late Mr. Bagle y is the brother of Mr. Mack Bagley of Progress Village. Fun era! service s will be held sunday 2 p m In Sparr at the little church which w a s a headline news of the Tampa daily 1 a s t week. The writer was quite fond of Ben'' as he was always nice to me during Sparr visits ... AROUND THE TOWN By HAYWARD BB.ADY hopes of enrolling a minimum of one thousand (1,000) members in the agen cy. Would like for Mrs. Silas and 1\lrs Marshall to know I would be happy, delighted and proud to be enrolled as an : Ac tive Member" with my fee e1ther in the mail or ready for collect ing at anytime. Like I feel about the "TUL" like the late Re v Goldie Tholllltson used to better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.'' And there was John "Drag'' B agley of the Tampa Dodgers hitting his first home run of the season to help beat his old teammates, Mgr. Willie Barb's Tam pa Lookouts 17-4 ... ANOTHER LETTER COl\IES ENTITLED THANKS'' F 0 R GOSPEL MUSIC" . Which reads in part-"Thanks to Mr. Henry Brc wn who sponsored tile lovely gospel program recently at McK a y Aud. It wa s a real treat for gospel music 1 over s this is _not the last pr.ogram. Was surprised to see 70 per cent of the people attending w e r e teenagers. Many persons desiring to come couldn t. Wish folks would write Mr. Brown and l :::t him know how much the program was enjoyed, as this would en cou r ag e him, now t b a t gospel programs leader Mr. Goldie Thompson has and his works must be carried on, be cause God is not dead ... Thank You . A Friend . Minnie and Ruth Brown ... (WRITER'S BRIEF NOTES) Mr. Henry Brown and his fellow Philippian Go s p e 1 Singe rs members recently sponsored Gos pel Program highlighted by t h e appearance of Mrs. Dorothy Nor wood and 1\liss Shirley Ceasar. Got to assis t and chat a spell with former Tampan H e r m a n Vann, as he was t ak ing a flight back to Washington D C. and on to Adelphia, Md., followit{g hi s coming here to the final rites of his bro t her the late Mr. Lucious "Junior" Vann, bro ther of Mrs. Lillian Wilder wif e of Mr. John Sonny Wilder / and Mrs. Lo raine Vann .. Coach Jim Williams of Fla. A & M. Univ. reportedl y told some visitors to the Rattlers annual sprin g last w eekend he s very interested in g e tting Hills borough High's football and track great Ralph Kyles, if Kyles is in terested in becoming a Rattle r "Up On The Hill.". . Believe someone mentioned for mer Tamparis Don and Steven Farmer, now o f as being set for seein g tomorrow's r un ning o f the Kentucky Derby in Louis v ille K y. James Cole, handsome and dapper young gent is managing the barbership at TIA owned by h is dad Mr. Robert Cole. Sin ger Richard Allen r ep ort ed ly has resigned his gig" with Royal American Shows to be sure he is on hand for the g i' and march with charming Mary Brantley this month and even the here afters .... MRS. DORIS R. WILLIAMS IS BACK FROM DALLAS TEXAS where she received her diploma from the Arm y -Air Force Ex c hange Service ( AAES ) in acNew Salem PB 1665 Nebraska Avenue Elder R. B. Boward, Pastor Mrs. Catherine Williams Rept. Serv ices on Sunda y began with Church Sc hoof a t 9 :30, with the S upt., Dea Jessie Sa ulsberry in charge The lesson was reviewed by Dea Saulsberry. Morning worship w as condu cted at 10:45 with the Dea. Willie Brown and Harold Moon in charge of devotion The junior choir and Teenage ushers served. There were several visitors present. BTU beaan at 5 w it h Mrs Ann i e Mae in charge. Evening worship began at 6 with the regu lar order of service be'ing cou ducted TLe same choir and ush ers served The sermon was tielivered by Rev Morgan Spry C ongratula tion s to Mrs. Marcu,s Lee Lang who was crowned of the women s department of t3e Ministers and Deacons Union No 2 last week, at t he church The public is extended a warm welcome to worship with us Remember to pray for the sick and shut-ins. Allen Temple 'Missionary Society The Senior Missionary Soc iety 1 of Allen Temple C hurch will hold it s regular monthly meeting in th e lower unit of t he church at 5:00 p .m. Sunday The session theme will be a "New Generation of Youth." Mrs. Irene Thomas w1ll be the djscussion leader. The follo wing adults and young people will give a presen tati on on Youth and Adults, Adults-Parents. Drug, Relig i on C u l t u r e and School ; Mrs. Eunice Rawals Ruby White Mrs. Jd Ann Damels Miss Bern ic e Harvey, Miss Cor. eatha Larkins ; Miss Valarie McNeil, Timothy Richardson and Al vin Monroe. Mrs. Thelma Benton will read a poem entitled Lord Use Me For Today." Mrs. Hazel B. Nelson. i s president Rev H MacDonald Nelson pastor. Florida Gos_pel Singers The Florida Gospel Singers will render a program at t h e Southern Emmanuel Tabernacle Holiness O hurch, Fremont and Chestnut Sunda y night at 8. The publric is invited. Evangelist Prayer Band Mrs. L. Owens, President The Evaneglist Prayer Band of which Mrs. M B. Spivey is director will meet Sunday at 5 at home of Mrs A Mapp, 2222 E The public is invited. businessman home recuperat ing from hospital confinement at SJH where she underwent surgery. !\Irs. Cole is the owner of Cole s Beauty Shop on Buffalo Ave. and a member of First BaptiSt Church of College Hill of which Rev. W. B. G .ordOJi is pas tor ... BOB BOLIDA Y and Calvin C. Kniglit working mates from over St. Pete way told of the nice dance held last week at t h e Italian Club in St Pete sponsor ed by their church, St. Augustine Episcopal Chur c h of which Father Cannon Plumbly is priest. 1\lr. William Cutlett was dance chairman ... WORDS OF THE WEEK FROM OUR ADVERTISING EXECU. TIVE JOHNNY "NIGHTBEAT" JACOBs . "Instead of a babe telling .folks her man is in Rai ford Prison, she could say he now a piece of the rock '." SEE YAU LATER A LETTER COMES F R OM THE TAMPA URBAN LEAGUE and Mrs. Claudia Silas, Chairwoman Membership Committee and Mrs. Augusta E. 1\larshall, Exe cutive Director. It informs me of the Tampa Urban League launch ing its "Membership Driv e for '72," as a means of commemoratits 50th Anniversar y With TEETHING PAIN counting. Dor l s is t he wife of ,.------------George R. Tokyo Williams and mother o f Terri and Tracey Williams wh o celebrated her 12th natal day Monday ... MRS. MADELYNE COLE, wife of Mr. Robert Cole, LA SECUNDA CENTRAL BAKEBY THE BEST CUBAN BREAD CAKES PASTRIES 15th STREET AND 15th A VENUE Many baby doctors tell moth ers to use this fast, safe, gentle relief Helps teething baby and you sleep. baby arajel8 The sunday School Lesson By REV. A. LEON LOWRY P.-\ TOR BEULAH BAPTIST CH RCH PROCLAIJ.ONG THE GOSPEL Luke 4: 16..21 Romans 10:14-lS; Ephe ian 3:7-13 Dr. George Buttric k ha s a book l>nt alvati on n all Rrca s, : n entitled "Jcsu Came Preach-oh erve th te-xt J n u I'd i.ng. I think thi is a mo t ap-he took Ute word fr om I nia h s propriate title for Jes u s wa s prophecy "The p oor, Ute cap-first and fore ;nost a preacher. the blind and tlt oppr All of us know that a preacher were included in th e lovin g ork is an announcer for God H e fol-o! J esus. To the down and out lows in Ute line of the prophets Jesus came to bring hop t who w ere forlhtellers not for -.them he came to e ll the-m tltnt tune-trulers The prophets wer he was the on lift the m me n w.fio had s o m e t h i n g from the depth s of In and ham from God to announce to the from the slum th e guttet and world All who are called to lhe hog of lif e and sl preach are announcers with a them oo tlhe1r feet t? l !ke special message from God Q( God That tS .lil;l the throua h Jesus Ohrist. bu s mess of the church, 1t IS Ute M 'k. d th' h bee bringer of the lii e to men, a any un m mgs ave n said about preachers, but be new way. t.ltat as it may, -it is t he respon-Our less on comes from Luke sibility of th e preacher to warn and al s o includes ideas.from the men, t o invite men, to peN>uade mind of the apostl e Paul. Pnul men to c cnvi nce men and show f elt a special call to preach tihe t o them Ohrist. gos.pel. He felt under conpulsion Somecae sa. y to !l?e t?is i s the resnons1b1hty of a ll Chnstian s and i would have to agree. Certa. inly we need this concept of the mini stry. Indeed, at the very outset there were no seminary trained ministers, even .Jesus him self was not seminary tra in ed. He was an itinerant mini-ster from place to place speaking th e word to tho-se he came face to fa ce with. The text Jesus used for his fir s t message i s one of my favorites and incidentally it wa s the text I u sed for m y very first m essage many years ago. The text outli1 1es the rol e of t he preachers t h en and the preachers now But back to the pro. claiming of the g-osp el. Some people seem to think that it i s t he sole func tion of the ordained preacher alone to p roclaim the . g o s pel t hat n1o other .person i s to invade this territ o ry. T}1at to me i s a mistake. I hold it is the respon sibility, as I have already indi. cate d of all Ohristians to proclaim the Word of God In every church there are workers in the Sunday School t he the mis51ionary 1 circLes, on boards and committees, all of these .have a part in proclaiming the gos pel. If God has blessed t hem that he could' do nothing e lse. That true of all who are spec ially called to preach, not that they are too dumb to do other things they could be doctors, l awye r s aud so on but they feel impelled by God to use their ability to preach the Word t o m e n and women, boys and g i rls. There i s feelin g of mustness about this bu s iness of preaching. "I n1ust preach, God h elp me, I can do no bhmg else is the feelin g of all God called pre a(lh ers. They are tied to J esus wit h an unbreakable rope. Jesus .has said: "Follow me!" Follow Him, they must. I have be e n thrilled as a preacher to see men and WO I men come and give themselves to God pled :Ie t h eir lives to f ollow him al w a ys. I have seetl many of these p eople go oo t o become and wom e n in the cause of O hri st. 0 to see faith arouse d and awakened in nien and women is a wonderthin g. I don't know hoW it happens, all I know i s that it does happe n, I know it b eca use one evening I heard the Word 'preached and I accepted .Jesus on the faith that was aroused in my hea t and ever sioce if God has d o n e anything for them at all they are to -pro-day I have b een certain tha t God is alive, I have been sure that he lives in me and I want to. the faith I have in Him with others. I don't understand It all but know that tbd s ts the best thing that has ever happe!Y ed to me. The gospel was proand I heara it and ar cepted i t b y faith and no w I too am a proclaimer of tbe Word _claim it far'and wide. What js the church saying to the world? It is telling t h e world that God in Ohds t gave himself freeby to save the world and that God is still giving himself that the world migh't be saved It i s not onl y spiritual salvation I Views Of Village I By IRA LEE ENNIS Phone 677-1310 Congratulations to. Mr. and Business of -importance. 1\fus. Johnnie Mitchell of 7917 Mrs: Annie o f 790-l En Bahia Ave. who will celebrate d iv e Ave journeyed to Oakland, t h eir Silver Wedding ArmiverCalifornia recently via Eastern sary on Saturday, May 6 : Friends_. Airlines to attend funeral serv are invi te d to join them U,t a ices of her nephew, Mr. get-together at their home SatMoore Mrs. Jones returned on day, 7:30 p.m to help them en last . joy this great occasion Hopes All VIllagers are mVlted to the are for many more ot park on Saturday beginning !it togetherness for Mr. and Mrs. 11:00 a.m. to help boost our L it Mitch ell tle League teallli! Lad!es are All managers and coaches of needed to help m the Progress Village Little s t and. The concession o-p e n gue are urged to meet the pres! from 4-9:30 p m. Monday thru dent Herbert McFadden at the Saturday. Parents please lend a park' on Saturday 10:00 A. M helping hand. WOBBlED?" SEE READ E R AND ADVISOR ON ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE NAMES DATES AND FACTS. LUCKY DAYS AND LUCKY NUMBERS. SATISFACTION ASSURED 6503 N. Fla. Ave. Ph. 238-6068' Tampa 9 A. M. 9 P.M.

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PAGE SIX Fla. Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Edition Saturday, May 6, 1972 I Forum I ;_ ________________________________ ___ playing out energy as need2d since the body utilizes protein steadily on a reserve, thrift y basis, unlike starches and sugar s whic h are quickly burned and lo s t. The t y pical h ousewife, not deep l y verse d in moon-man diets, her self finds eggs are priced ri g h t and "diet-right" for the wh)]e Eggs taste good, and they are good, nutritious as well. Flotida Egg Month, throughcut May this year, comes at a time wh e n mo s t food prices are at near record highs. Y e t eggs continu e pQt only as a leading l ow budget" staple item, they're tops in flavor, nutrition, and versatility in recipes .ind countless combination s. The h ousew ife who adapts Floridaproduce d fresh eggs to a variety c f on h e r f amily menu is w ell on the way to b eating the wh o tpping cos t of family :meal s Whe n ever a Florida consumer places an egg carton in a s h op ping ba sket in a s upermarke t there i s the knowledge t hat a fleries of in spections has bee n p e r forme d t o assure top qu a lity. A trained inspector from th e Florida D epartment of Agri culture according to Sam Bu s h, p oultry and egg admini strator for the d e partment, h as run a wh 0 l e che ckli s t involvin g sanit a tion and (jUality on all Florida eggs. !:1-a;pectio n in sures top qu a lity Th e re's a r eason why Ameri ca'!; a stronauts, ro a rin g off to the moon and ba c k, ir.variably go with 11 breakfast of eggs. Eggs have "holding power," The egg is a sealed value-packed conta iner of important nu trients providing a high measure of pro tein and amino r equirements. It is an excellent source of vitamins; especially A and D, and provides many needed minerals as well. Even so, an average table eg g has less than 80 calories Eggs are a shoppers' bargain, a nearly perfect. food. Eggs conta i n iron, phosphorous, trace minerals and most vitamins. Eggs yield thiamine and riboflavin, and in vitamin D are second only to [sh liver oils as a natural source Florida fresh eggs and poultry meat represent a $100-million industry. in the Sunshine State. May as "egg month" salutes the poultryman and the product which represents one of t he best food bargains available today. New Progress Baptist 3307 S hadowlawn Rev. E. J. Williams, Pastor Mr Robert Coleman, Reporter Sunday s chool began at 9:::!0. Morning se rvice began at 11. BTU meeting began a t 5:30 Eve ning service b ega n at 6:30. Tuesday night choir No. 1 r e h earsal was h eld. Wednesday ni g ht, choir No. 2 rehearsal was h eld. Thursday night prayer m eeting was held Old Fashioned Meal Stars Old World Style Sauce '"""""' ......... -. .... There's one old fashioned meal that never loses In popularity. It's the meat loaf, carrots, peas and hot garlic bread combination. For a whole new delicious sensation In meat loaf mixtures, try this one with old world style spaghetti sauce .. juicy, succulent and a real "something else" In hearty fare! Guaranteed, you'll keep the recipe on file for many repeat performances. Meat Loaf Ragu' 2 cups fresh bread crumbs 2 teaspoons salt aA cup minc ed onion 1 teaspoon fresh chopped lA cup minced gr een pepper par sley 2 pounds ground lean beef ( 1 ;. teasp oo n oregano 2 eggs, slightly be r ten 1 % cups Ragu Spaghetti 2 tablespoons horseradish Sauce Prehe a t oven to 400 F. In large bowl comb ine bread crumbs, onion, green p e pper and meat with be a ten eggs. Add horseradish, salt, p a r s ley, oregano and 1 cup spaghetti sauce. Combine well but lightly. Shape meat Into loaf and place In shallow baking pan. Spread top of loaf with remaining spaghetti sauce and bake for oilS-50 minutes Spoon pan sauce and additional spaghetti sauce over loaf, If desired. Serves: 6-8. -----HOW NOW, BROWN KEWPIE For the first time In nearly 60 years, a Negro Kewpie doll will be marketed throughout the U nited States. ly known as Hottentot is beli eve d to be one of the first Negro dolls ever to be made. Each Hottentot comes dressed in flannel and department stores as one of the new doll en sleeper pajamas ano. w111 be available in chaio tries for 1972. The doll was origimtlly create d by Rose O Neill In 1915. Eleven inches high the Negro Kewpie, original-RECEIVES GIFT O ut s tandin g Lil y White s re c c ivm g nic e g ift s last week t he an nual Grand in clud e d :\
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Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published P.verv Tues. and Fri. Cett Both Editions PACE SEVEN , Of Allen .. choir-No. 1 -Plan Tea . -$ '; r -. Uf J Allen Temple Choir No. 1 are pic-M;s, Jessie Mrs. Rodgers, Mrs. Cathbecca Alice p Sutton, G. B. Powell, 1\111-.r tured as they made final plans fol,' their annual Pre erineRand olph and Mrs. Leola Jackson. Sta1.1ding is r!on Mts. Annie B. Wimbly, Mrs. Claretha Mother's n ay :rea on May ,8. From left to. right are Willie Larkins, director. not are Mrs. Young, Mrs. Aretha Lumpkins, Mrs. Janie P'eoples, Mrs. Queenie Lambl Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler, Mrs. Celestine Williams, Mrs. Aretha Snelling, Reand Mrs. 1\fillie Horne, reporter. Crosby, Mrs. ''PinKie Ha miiton, Mrs. lola 1\IcCloud, ' \ __..;..... our sTANDING -uL Y w!nrts RfcEYvow ARn were -made for outstanding service to members of the Lily White S. B. A. last week at the Grand Assembly in St. Petersburg. Mrs. Pearl Washington of left and Miss Bren4a center ; are pic tured as they a ccept their froni First Grand Presi4enf C:-Biythe'. Andrews,-Jr -'NOTES FROM TAMPA .CLUBS{ A meeting of the WEE BANKERS SOCIAL CLUB will be held Saturday evening at 8:30 at the residence of Mrs. Bertha Wilson, 203 South Melville. At a recent meeting, a $25 donation was made to 'naffoney Neil. --. ""-. : : : _ _ j_11; THE SUPREME SOC}AL will a meeting Sunday evening at 6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Hall, 6601 33rd St . ; On Saturday / night, the GIRLS will meet at' the residence of Mrs. Theresa Millira. , 1\lrs. Doroth y Fi'gera:do will host a meeting of the SIGMA PHILOS Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Members of the ROSETIES SOCIAL CLUB will host a party Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Elsie Bacon, 3911 E. Heni_'Y The next regular meeting will be Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mildred McDaniels E. Grove Avenue. THE i\IERRY MAKERS SOCIAL CLUB is having a party Saturday evenin g at 8 o 'cloc k at the American Legion Home 2504 29th Street A recent meeting of the INTRA-CITY CIVIC CLUB plans were completed for a party to be held on May 13 at 2113 Arch Street. Meetino-s were hosted by Mrs. Evel yn Allen, who served a spaghetti dinner ; and Mrs. LuJean Bailey, who served shrimp. THE SAVE TO HELP OTHERS CLUB is meeting Monday even ing at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Elois Cooper 151 4 Cleveland. Pat Barber FRIENDLY FIFTEEN SOCIAL CLUB Group Two contestant is her final benefit party tonight at 8 P M at the Temple, 2715 29th Street. There will be door prizes for tlie first 15 couples Her sponsors are: Arlee Vickers chairman;; Herbert Bolen, David Bunts Johnny Ragan, and Richard Myrick THE MARVELETTES SOCIAL CLUB is meeting Sunday a t 6:30 P. M. with Mrs. Verlene Harris ; 1115 Eskimo Avenue. New members are Mrs. Th elma Robinson, Mrs. Lola Williams and Mrs. Eileen Moore. Mrs. Cora Clark 2613 17th A v enue will host a meeting of the INDEPENDENT CLUB Monday even ing. On Monday e vening members of_ the AZALEA SOCIAL CLUB wilL meet at the residence of Mrs E velyn Grant, 1206 14th Aven u e. THE BEELINE SOCIALc CLUB is having a party Saturday night at. the home of Mrs. Lenora Jennings, 3417 Fern Street. .. 1 Wishing Happy ... You< A By MISS ROSE Friends joined relatives and schoolmates of Sandra Jackson in wishing her a ha ppy birthday. Her big d ay was May 3. She is a resident of 2310 !11th Avenue, a junior at Leto High School, and she is the daughter of Mrs. Allene Wh.ite. MRS. CANCERINA MARTIN HONORED . : The Ladies Auxiliary of St . P.aul AME Church an Ap preciation Hour honoring Mrs. Cancerina Hyler Martin Sunday even ing at the church. A large ni.tinber of the church members and as sociates of the YWCA. Retire d Teachers Association, National Council of Negro WAl.tim AM'E Church, of which Mrs. Ioln McCioud'_;is hayillg their ann ual Pre-Mother's D a y Tea M;ori'day evenhig 8 o clock i n._ the l<:J. wer unit of the church. of _will: l'>e, : Mrs; Floretta .. and Mrs. Thelir!a :.' :: ; : I'_ > ;:-. /:'. :. , . 1paFtJc!P.apt_a .. models M.r.!!, Ella Mrs .. ;-:1\1. _Guest;-' Mrs: .,c._ .Wj!s, on, -.. e ... ;Fannie Ep )\1!8: 'J\-!rs: .. < Pilcher, Bar bara. Coefij:ld, .. :Timothy Rlchardso_n, J'ohn Sh;mons, {}a}l a!)d, B . Hart. VISIT RELATIVES :',. ".; '.... , Mr. and Mrs. -.J c., Taylor; Sr.,. whd' reside .at 2G
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PAGE. ElGI-lT Fla . Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editions Saturday, May &, 1971 Afrion Uberation Day May 2 7 Otha Favors, head of the Cen;er for a United Black CommUnity, issued a statement this week ex.. plaining African Liberation Day. "In 1963 the Organization of African Un.ty ay. Since that time people the continent of Africa rec-that day a time when i;. ,eci a) should be p!aced on the effort of black people to gain freedom from foreign domination Th1s year from May 25-27. B.ack p::vple in the United States are p,Janning to show support for the struggle being waged by the African Freedom Fighters throughout Africa by a planned peaceful clem!>nstration for African Lib :oration Day, May 27, in Washin g ton, D. C ., with building activitiel! scheduled for St. Houston, Texas; New York City, and Northern <;:alifornia. Northside MB s7M' 4oth' street friendship Baptist 3107 E. Lake Aveaue Rev. u. Daniels, Pastor Mrs. Nettie Jacobs, Reporter Services were good throughout day beginning with S.S. at 9 :45 with the Supt., Gilbert Robin son in charge. All teachers were at their post. The lesson was reviewed by the pastor. Morning worship began at 11 with the deacons in charge of devotion. 'I1le Daniel Chorus and the No. 1 ushers served. The messa!te was delivered by the pastor. At-5, BTU began The president, William Gilmore was in charge Evening worship began at 6. The deacons were in charge of de votion . Another fine was delivered by the pastor Wednesday night beginning at 7 the choir will sing. Prayer m.eting and Bible study at 7:30. Teachers meeting Saturday at 5. Let us remember the sick and shut-ins. Immanuel Holiness .Bishop W. Lock. Pastor Mrs. V. Lock, Reporter The pastor and members invite Allen Temple AME 1112 Scott Street Rev. H. M. Nelson, Pastor J Uiss Beulah Gansey, Reporter The Missionary program was a success. Mrs. C. Larkins is grateful to all participants. This weekend we are observing our holy weekend. Friday night is love feast. The pastor is asking all to be present. This Sunday, S S will begin at 9 : 30. Mrs. Rodgers is back at her post. Please be on time. Morning worship at 11. The call to worship by Rev. Leroy Kear ney. The No. 1 choir and No 2 ushers will serve. The message by the pastor. Holy Eucharist will be served tl1roughout the day. The same grou.p will serve for night service All activi li cs remain the same. The senior missionary will meet. Sunday evening at 4. All members are asked to be present. Mrs. H. B. Nelson, president. Remember the sick and shut-ins. City-Wide Prayer Mission Band 1lev. Jacob Jordan, Pastor Mrs. Alice Gr:iar, Reporter S S . will beg d n at 9:45 with the supt., Dea Andre Minor Jn charge. Morning worshi'> at 1111. The No, 1 choir and ushers will serve all day. The deaccns will be in C'harge of devotion. Rev, Jordan will deliver the message and holy communion will be .. administered. Mrs. Carrie Duval, Pres : Mrs. A. R. Simmons, Rept. The City Wide Mission Pray er Band will meet Tuesday at 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the public to their services Sund&y ae the usual hour. We are gratful to all who took part in the fifth SuQday meeting. The service was enjoyed by aU. The pastor brought the union mess. age morning and Evan-1 gelist; A : E. Edwards brought the youUi message. Rev. R. Rod. gersbrought the evening mess age. Missionary Carolyn CoopBible class at 5:30 followed by evening at 6 :30. The same c hoir and .ushers will1>erve. Dea. James Keijey and Dea. Elmore Jordan will lead devotion. Again th a pastor will deliver tlhe message. Remember the sick and &hut-ins. Visitors are welcome at all times. Sis. Daisy Jordan is confined at> home suffering from a fall. Pray f o r her and the other sick and shut-ins. (hoir Union No. 1 Mr. Charles Wllliams, Presld.ent lola Mc Cloud, Reporter The City Wide Union No. 1 w;lil have a business meeting Sunday at 3 at Mt. Siani At.'iE Z i on Ohurch, Rev. Alexander Jones, pastor. The president is asking all the. official staff to p!-ease be pre se nt and on time. et brought the message Friday night. T;he prayer band will be with us Tuesday next. Carver Prayer City Band l'frs . Dexter, President Mrs. lela Harris, RePorter The <;:arver City Prayer Band will meet at the ; home of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, 31li19 Walnut St. Tuesday morndng at ll1:30. The band -met la,st week at the home of Mrs Hall, 00<00 Walnut St. _.The lesson was brought by Mrs. Ruth McGhee. Mrs. Thelma Weems will bring the message this week. Visitors are aLways welcome. Please re member the sick and shut-ins. .::MIRRORS. OF soCIETY. By BEVERLY (CeaUnued from paJe 7) TWELVE TRIBES OF ISRAEL Usher Board No. 1 of First Baptist Church of West Tampa will presen t "The Twelve Tribes of Israel" at their annaul tea Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Thelma Clark is the president, and the Rev. M. C. JolmsoD is pastor. Representing the tribes will be Mrs. Hattie James, Mrs. Al bert:. St .eams, Mrs. Ida. M. Hill, Mn. Eblora Walker, Mrs. Gertrude JarkS.., .Mn. Lena Reberti Mrs., Mianle Washington, Mrs. Dorothy Roberts, Mrs. thristine' Ceoper; SeJiul!t 'l'bompson, Will Colllrel ;and Clyde Hudson. ,. ... . -'l'be Will' be Mrs; Katie and music will be by 1 cq_ouNo. s. . . THE ATKINS ENTERTAIN leto Senior High School By AnneHe Filer. Kim Walden and Donna Boss SENIOR OF THJ:; WEEK Jive, handsome, crazy, sweet, friendly neat are just a few of the many words that can describe our Senhr of the week. While having a chat with him he listed some of his favorites such as edible, Record-In The Rain, among his hobbies are jiving around and having a good time .Most of the time you will find hlm jiving with some of his main tightsCharles Daniels, Gregory Grif fin, Mark Daniels, Keith, Ike, Jackie, Shirley, Donna, Debra, Debroah Aleatha Bonnie and many more. Upco graduation he plans to attend FiAIMU and become a member of the Marching lOO's. and he plans to major in music. Oh, I almost forgot to tell you who he is, he is none now styling your cool dresses, sioce the weather is getting kind cf hot. Well, well there was a bad Black Culture program put on by several black students at Leto and it was really a tOgether show Good and Stroog really blew in the rain. By the way Debroah DeVore really played co her panio. Jackie Aldrige hE:ard that you became a senior, a junior and a sopahmore all of a sudden. Donna Ross you and your hot pants were really smoking. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS We would like to send a birthday greeting to Sand-ra Jackson. TO.P SOUNDS In The Rain, Your Face, Walk ing In The Rain With The One I Love, Oh Girl. other than Andre Walker . Con' r-------------.. gratulations Andre. CHAITER. Elaine Sledge see that you are Giddens, 1107 Chestnut St Let .JU remember the sick and shut iris. Visitors are welcome at all times. [Sears I '%?C. LOUNGE Open Every Day Air Cond. LOCATED: 85t ZACK STREET Phone 229-9893 1\t.r. i.nd !'ln. EiTin Atkins were hosts to family and .'friends reec1 i tly at thfir home i11 St. Petersburg, 2001 i5th Avenue, South. A special guest was their cousin, Alfred F. Dickerson of Ti!mpa aqtl otliet; s enjoying the hospitality were Mr. and . Hosea DIIDInp "nd daughter, Dorothy, 1\Ir. and Mrs Jack Petenon, and Mrs. Mary Nelson. BABY SHOWER . ... : Members of the No. 2 Usher Board of New Salem ;M. B: Church honored 1\frs. Mary Ward with a surprise baby on Sunday aftt>moon at the lovt>ly home of 1\fr. and ;\Irs. Leroy Stol<(!s. A very pretty cake with a stork, safety pin, and babies all around, wns served along with frappe, finger sandwiches, peanuts and mints Kenmore 30 -ln. Electric Rang e With 4 Hr. Timer The ladics enjoyed a chat and chew in the living room while the men wartlted the Lnkcrs-Knicks basketball game in the den. !\irs. Wnrd wns thrill e d over the nice gifts which included everyfrom n baby's formult:lte kit tQ a baby's safe-nap. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes, Sr., )tlr. and !\Irs. J,ecnard Hnrt. Mr. and i\lrs. Cato Dosttr, aad Mrs Henry WiiJlrlqts. Mr. and Mrs. ChnrHe Williams; Mr. and Mrs. Jlerbed Da,i;;, )lr! and Mrs. James Conaway, '!\lr . and i\lrs. Frank Bryant.. i\lrs. Irene Mlift.r. : 1\!rs: Vell:t 1\loten. 1\'trs. Loovenfa Bryant: 1\frs. :\lartha J{obinson, Elizabeth l.ester. Mr. and 1\lrs. Irving Ward, Leray Sfokes. .Tr_ Jonathan Stokes. and rviug Leslie Ward. Notes From Tampa L .odges . Mrs. Ellen Benjamin. president of LILY WHITE LODGE NO. 1i; has announced a {or 7 P. M. Monday at 1511 Cenlr.U AvemN. : Members of r . L<;lDGE NO. ilrt a s ked to be presii!zit fotr a meetini SaturdaY: at I o clo tJ'. Sears Low Price $17 9 Porcelain finished surface, liftup cooktop wipes clean easily. Smokeless broiler, with pan and grid. Four-hour timer. Features full width oven with removable door. Four infinite, plugin surface units. Convenient backguard controls. Shop AI Sears And Save S:\TISF:\CTION OR YOt:R BACK I Sears I Tampa Clearwater St. Petersburg Lakeland Winter Haven &UltS, RODHJ CK AND CO.

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Saturday, May 6, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bull etin P ub lis hed every T u es. and F rf. Ge-t Bo t h Eai tloot "I LIKE KASH N' KARRY BECAUSE IT'S THE EVERYDAY PLACE TO SHOP FOR BARGAINS." BARBARA KING 3710 25th Ave. Tampa THE HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS THESE ARE THE STORES THAT SAVE YOU MONEY Tampa .... 1725 N. Dale Mabry Tampa .. 2205 Kennedy Blvd. Tampa . . . 230 I Florida Ave Tampa . . SOih Sl. & I Oth Ave. Tampa . . . 305 W. Hillsboro Tampa . . Hillsboro & 15th St. Tampa . . 8th Ave. & 22nd St. Tampa .. ; . 41 0 I Florida Ave. Tampa . . Nebraska & Waters Tampa . West Shore at Kennedy Tampa . . 1112 So. Mabry Tampa . . . 4487 Gandy Plaza Tampa . 8331 Nebraska Avenue Tampa .. Cor. Florida & Waters Dade City . . . . 506 E. Pasco Plant City . 507 So. Wheeler St. Palmetto .. .. .. .. .. 515 7th St. Riverview ..... . . Hwy. 301 Brandon . . 911 Brandon Mall Bradenton Cortez Road W. of Hwy 41 Inverness .... 803 W. Main St. Zephyrhills Hwy. 301 & First St .. Lakeland . . . 925 Barlow Rd. Ocala .... 2957 N.W. Pine Ave. St Petersburg .. 6095 9th Ave. H. Sarasota . 3840 So. Tuttle Ave. & Bee Ridge Road St. Petersburg Beach 7625 Blind Pass Road Tarpon Springs 5570 U.S. Hwy. 19 Horth Pinellas Park 4120 Park Blvd. H. Venice ... 480 Venice By-Pass Largo .. Hwy. 19 & Ulmel'lon Rd. SHOP ANY DAY-SAVE EVERY DAY r i f i , f The M e di c al and Dental Assistants Association presented a f as hion S unda y e v e nin g at the Internatia n a l Inn The be a u t i ful show was c oord i n a t e d b y A li c e Millh. ODD FELLOWS GREETED Th e Odd Fello ws L o d ge l te ld i th a nnual Gra nd Sess ion thi s week a t New Sa l e m P. B. Churc h. Ext e ndin g g r ee tin g s on b e h a l( of l oc al bu s in ess m e n was Sumner J. Wilso n co-o w n e r of Wils on s Fune r a l Hom e MONSTER SHE MADE COUlD SATISFY HER SI'RANGE OESIRESI COTTEN SARAH BAY M ickev Hargitay .. ;Lro.lUY! _!EY!_J& . ':_l

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Saturday, May 6, 1!72 'PAGE TE_N _____ __, ____ f_la. SentineJ-BuJletin PubJished every Tues. and Fri . Get Both -New Salem 405 North Oregon Rev. H. Storr, Pastor Mrs. M. H. Coleman, Reporter Sunday school began at the usual hour with the Supt. and teachers at their posts. began at 11 with The Young Adult Dept. in charge of the service. Miss San d r a Storr and Mr. J. Miller, Im perial choir. .Junior and ushers served. Rev. H. Harris delivered the sermon. BTU meeting was held at the usual hour with the director, Mrs Ruth Bethea in charge. Mrs. V Brady, presided. -Evening service began at th o usual hour with the same group serving. Rev. Calvin Young deliv ered the se1 mon. One person wa added to the church. All are asked to remember tiJ sick and shut-ins Emmanuel MB 2204 Highland Avenue Rev. H. W. Wilburn, Pastor Mrs. H. Pittman, Reporter S : S will begin at the usual tim w1th the Supt. in charge. Th pastor wi-ll give the review. Morn ing service will begin at 11 with the deacons in charge of devotion The Sancutary choir and senior ushers will serve all day. The pastor wiJI deliver the sermon aftrr which the Lord's Supper will be served. BTU will be conducted at 5 witn the president in charge. Evening worship at 6:30 Prayer meetin,:: every Thursday evening at 8. Visitors are always welcome. Re member the sick and shut-ins. Brown Temple Chunh 2414 27th Avenue Elder W. W. Gilyard, Pastor Mrs. Katherine Hardge, Reporter Sunday school began at 10 with t he Supt. in charge. Morning service be gao at 11: 30 with Mr. Sheffield and Deacon Starks in charge of devotion. The sermon was delivered by the pas t or. The choir and ushers served. Preaching and teaching will ,be 1 eld nightl y throughout the mont h f May. Communion will be held on Sun a y : All mothers of the churc h re a sked to wear white Oak Grove Baptist Rev. G. Perkins, Pastor S S. began at the usual hour ith all t eachers at their post. he Jesscu was r eviewed by the 1astor Morning s ervice at 11. !'he pastor wi)l d eliver the sermon BTU will begin at 5 follow e d by evening service at 6. The pa stor will d e li ver the sermon. The s.l)irituul revival quartet will r e nd e r a program th e 2nd Sunclay in May. The public is in vi t e d. Car Wash The Voices of Hope Youth Choir will sponsor a car wash S aturda y from 9 :30 until 5 :30, at two locations: New Mt. Zio n M B. Church, Columbus Drive and 26th St. and Hamilton Texaco Service Station, 2 1st St., 1 e xit. The public is invited to come out :md h elp t his group. Mrs. Jean Sheard, d irector. Eastside Prayer Band Dt>n. i\nhic Moud. Presidt>nt Mrs. /\lice Lam Reportt'r Th e East s id e Praye r B o nd w i H m ee t Sunda y m o rn ing ut 5 n t he ho m e o f Mr. n nd M r s. Pnrke r W i l s on 712 E H ender on. V isi t ors a re welco m e L e t u s r e mcmb'!r t h e ic k a nd s h ut i n s WilEN R E ADY FOR \'OU R NE.XT SUll' OR E XTR.o\ See Hei'b at Allan's 1016 F R \:'\1 S TRF.ET Phone 229-1261 H ELI' B THE TAILOR True Love Baptist 2501 17th Street Rev. W. T. Carpenter, Pastor The pastor is asking all members to please be present this Friday night. Saturday afternoo:1 at 2 we will have baptism. This Sunday, S.S. will begin at 9 :30 with 'the Supt. in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Dea. Joe Hobley. Morning worship wil! begin at 11 with the deacons in charge of devotion The pastor will deliver the message. Evening'worship at 6:30 with t he same order of service being conducted. BTU at 5. Dea. Joe Hobley is asking all members tc ')lease come out and take part in 'he training. We had one joiner. All weekly activities remain arne. Visitors are welcome. New Macedonia MB 3401 E. DeLeun Avenue Rev. R. RohiJIISO'll( Pasto-r Mrs. Owens, Reporter The church along with the )astor were sharing in services 1t Macedonia rl.ur 'ng tihe Minis ters and Deacons Union. This Sunday, S. S. will begin at 9:45, morning wors'htp at 111 evening at 6. 11he sermon wili be delivered by the pastor. Communion will be administered during the eveninb worship. The . 1 choir will serve. The public is invited. Mt. Moriah PB Rev. A. L. Brown, Pastor Miss Sherrie Williams, Rept. S. S will begin at 9::W wi t h the supt., Dea. R. B. Allen in c 'harg e The lesson will be re viewe d b y the pastor. Morning wors hip will begin at 11 with the deaCCI1S in charge Of deVO ti o n The N o 1 choir and u shers will serve and the sermon by the pastor. Evening worSJhip \i ill begin at 5 :30 with the deacons in charge of devotion. The same choir and u shers will serve. The sermon will be delivered by the pastor. Holy communicn will be held. Prayer m eeting Tuesday ni'!ht. Wednesday, Teaoh-0fl's meet'!l1g w ill be held. All Matrons are asked to meet Monday night a t 7: 30. Pray for t 1he sick and shut-ins. Young Adult Choir Union Deacon Tommie Mills, President Mrs. Mozella Jackson Director Mrs. Bertha M. RepiH ter The J. C. Young Adult Choir Union will convene Sunday at Highland M.B. Church, 3410 E. North St. right off of 34th St., Rev. W. M. Hodo is pastor. A!l members, presidents and directots are asked to be present. The meEting will begin at 3. The pub lie is invited. Bethel Baptist 808 Short Emory Stree t Rev. J. L. Overstreet, Pastor Mrs. Lillie M McDonald, Rept. S .S. will begin at 9:30 a .m. The Supt. will preside. The Jesson will be taught by the teachers. Morning worship will begin at 10:45 Devotion will be conducted b y Mr. J. B. Green and Mr N. D Jones. Music will be rendered bv the Sanctuary Choir. Ush e r board No. 1 will serve. The s ermon w:ll be delivered by the pastor. Evening worship will b e gin at 5: 15. The same deacons choir and ushers will serve, the s ermon will be delivered by the pastor. Following the sermon the Lord' s Supper will be served by the pas tor, assisted by the associate min ister and deacons. TI1ose that have not received the right-hand of fellowship into the church are asked to be pre sent. To all of our services the public is extended a .cordial wel come to worship with us. Peace Progressive PB 262S E. Lake Ave. Rev. E. A. Tod
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Saturday, May 8, 1972 fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editions PAGE ELEVEN ---------------- 2000 Magazine Week YOUR HOROSCOPE N Q Q lorlh Dale Mabry '70 CORVETTE By ROSS TAURUS Apr i l 21May 21-ACTIVITIES are r a th e r low until late i n t h e wee k Th e n watch out for fir e w o rks esp e cially where the fam i l y is con c e rned A duty o c cupies time you want e d to d e v o t e to som e th i n g much more interesting It will be a good week end for entertainin g Lucky num ber 1 color pink some o ne special than you are doing Rem e mber, every litUe U1ing c o unts when it comes to s a vings. Don' t put all your eggs in one b a sket so c ially at U1e week e nd. number 2 color red :-= 4-Speed, Air, Radio, heat-C:::. er, Real Sharp! Exterior :a-White, Interior Saddle 1:: Taa! $4198 I '70 LeMUS nt manufacturing industry tossed in to boot. The occasion for Time's story on the Mafia comes in the wake ot the murders of a half dozen prc fessional gunmen in New York as a bloody gang war rages hetwPen the Colon.bo and Gallo forces, two 6f the 19 gangs said to make up the Mafia. That these rival chiefs are sr willing to slaughter each other. and to risk their own lives in the bargaiu, is evidence that they are fighting for a mountain of gold. Time est:mates that the Mafia is hauling in $20 billion a year. What Mafioso Trammunti is to Harlem, Natale Evola is to the Lower East Side Evola whc dom inates the Bonanno family, is the overlord ..Jf narcotics in that dilap idated area of Manhattan. He. also is gangland boss of trucking in the garment industry, where the payoffs must be plenty The money, of course comes from the Lfttl e Guy in Harlem and the garment district The money comes from shopkeepers and srna\1 businessmen who pay off and from dope pushers from Avenue C on the Lower East Side to Si>anish Harlem and the Bronx. -On some streets in Harlem dope addiction is now so bad that the chlld -who does not grow up to be coine aA"' aodict the excepti on, not th:! child who keeps cleap In other words, parents know, from what they see on the streets around them, that their children doomed. It is as though the white of h e roiri addiction appeared certain to destroy their . children as soon as they become old enough. In one .. recent hearing, children as young as seven and eight were reported to be oil the needle. In the jungle worlq of our dec-ayillg cities, where meQ and women fear for their lives if they walk the streets in brqad day, light; children are beinJ $ d e s t royed by dru g s prac t i cally .>ut o f the crad l e ; where small bus i nessmen cannot t u rn a profit cause it i s raked off b y the Mo!J; where y oung women sell UJemE elves to pay for their dope habit the quali t y of life is probably 'Norse than in Europe in the socalled Dark Ages of the 11th century Th e white of ..... : n day in and day out prlbably claims as many lives as the dread ed Black Plague spread by four legged rates in Europe's wedil'val towns. The wars now being fought over the loot even provide cheap melodrama for the American pub lic In thP. current hit film, "The Godfather," you can see anothi!r o r ho1v the Mafioso pro, ides "entertainment:" In this film the public sees the under world .from the personal point of view of the Correleone family, headed by Marlon Branda, at. d shares with them their wars, kill ings, and other sensational hap penings But what ''The Godfather" did not show was the story of the corner grocer who pturing a As for Washington, the Admlmstra--"Sophisticated" white men ha\'e always laughed at the }Jlack men for believing in saviours such as Father Divine But, until recently, Attention Mulberry RESIDENTS. > the while man did not know what it is to need a literal saviour in a world that is a jungle-hell of despair, and in whj ch none of the Institutions of. society, from the police to Uie public schools, work for the Little Guy Whne society also has bitterly fought "decentral lzation" of the public viewing this trend as "anarchy,". when such visions are the felt re 'llponse of black communities that, In despair, want to maKe some sense out of what is happening around them o' lEW MOBILE HOME SITES M SATURDAY AND SUIIDAY, IZ lOON TO 5 P.M. 6 .&7 MULBERRYFULLER HEICiHIS MOBILE HOMES B DISPLAY COMPLETELY nBIIISIED 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS BEADY TO MOVE liTO HOME SITES FOB BENT DB PUBCIIASE. COMPLETE FIIAIICIHG LOW DOWN PAYMENTS. REMEMBER THE FULLER HEIGHTS -MULBERRY I In the abs-eqce of real 'help from City Hall and Washington black leaders will have to take urgent measures to launch the mightiest Information urogram ever seen the white plague of hert) i n : against the black brothers who have sold themselves into a slavery to get it, and against those ,at the top. men like the Lucchese -and Gallo families. who are beh;Yld it all. They will have to 'fiT!hf !or laws to heroin and it avaiJabJe to fbote alreadv dieted, in order to keen"ilu! add; r.t; ed from SPreadinJ ft to those w'fto are $LITI fnnocent. and to kee o th e from robbtn1 and and stealiu _from the innocent to. keep up thelt habit Programs like New Y o r k !J "Phoenix Rouse" will have to oe astly funded and exnanded 3 U real police efforts will have to he made to brealc up athe "CodfatbeB''-wbo are no m -than tbe JeaddJ of rOrirtl bard!l of killen and erippJe! in the decatlnl the proud ettln Of And it should wi._.; hJfnJ that.' blacfu iriu.t fU91)0rt no eaJtdiJa t e not. a Marsitftl i Plan to .rebuild cities o! Amer ica, and to restOre tranqullit y and to the W1o-H9't ltY =&m.

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, Prices Good May 4th Thru 10th r RIGHTS RESERVED sc sAlt. SAVE Sl.83! acOMA Buy One At Re,. 5' SAVE 4S QU .. l coNr.iN GRADE "A" WHOLE lEGS, DRUMSTICKS, Fryer Parts ... BANQUET 10 PIECES All FLAVORS CHEK .I j Li111rl 2 Your Chooct With Othor I' urc II ses BEER MILLER'S 5 ..... 12-0z. c."' OLD MILWAUKEE ..... 12-0z. c )09 99' .. ulllil 1 With ss Of -.re Orter Eachc THRinYMAID SUGAR ,:: .. 49c UG. PlANT GRADE A FROZEN TURKEY 79'-Leg Quarters BUY ONE, GET ONE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE-CORTLAND VAllEY Sauerkraut .. BUYONE, GET. ONE AT .NO EXTRA CHARGE .... TULKOFF' S Fried Chicken .... H d. h S.Oz.29' o rsera 1s ..... ,., I : .;;;..:-SAVE 10cl10 W-D BRAND FRESH Wieners .... -.. Ground W 0 BRAND OR lYKES lYKES CHIFi'ED BEEF, CHIPPED HAM, OR .. .; Chipped :: I SAVEl HICKORY SWEET OR R!VER Sliced Bacon __ ....... _____ u.CIIOKiw .. au-SlllOitl Oil T -BOtll StEAK$ LB. I '"CIIOtaw_..._ Boneless Beef Ce"aiaC. If JO liS. lo,..feu .. ft0111 lltliti St111r, 5 LIS ... "''u .. ttem .... Hi .... ,, 5 LIS. ''"''' .. Cwltei Steeh, 5 LIS. c,...," ulti. 25-La. PkG. 99 U.S. CKOICE WD BRlMD SO 10 60 LB. l VERlGE Biif 108 LOINS LB IOI!fuss COOKED I 29 3 to 4 HAMSLb.Size lB. FROZEN PRODUCE !AOl10ll C\lit\I.On.lur\1.11 salisbUf1 Ot loat -_ ees 1,,,.,. ... - 3 . '"' #1 ... U1A\t t"lg If ., > C') rrl t'li "" -{A (I) ::s !!.. E. -(I) -:r til ::r' (II c.. (I) '1 !" II a. '"" !l C') 1:0 0 ;; Q. :::. cs ::s lA {A II) -s::: "1 0.. I ::< a: Ill '< .aa ... (0 ......

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PAGE FOURTEEN Fla. SeP tinei-Bulletin P .Jblished every Tues. and Fri. C Both Editiold Saturday, May 6 H. 72 ------New -Hope MB Mt. Zion AME 3005 E E Qieott Rev. C. MaJin Pastor Key. Wi.Ws., Mrs Evely.a Masha, Reporter Church Schoo l :.Will begin at On Sunday St . Mark and 9:3>0 Y/ith the Mr. Bunts Mt. Zion met jointly in our fifth and all teachers. at their posts. Sunday union beginning with S S The lesson wa5 reviewed by: the .at 9:45 with the Supt. in charga J?as tor ; : .; : A review of the lesson was given B u sines s meeting at 4 B .TU at by Rev, F : G .Jackson. 5 and worsh i p at 6 :30. At 11, the devotion was le.d by The Lord's SIJiPper will be given ; Dea Tood Green of St. Mark. Activ i tie s : of t he week : Mon-Prayer was offered by Mr. Ed day, lunio r women m! ssion B6drick : The No. 1 choir ;jf St. au?O ;,_1,{ark rendered the_ JAusH;. liary: w ip meef ;at T The JackSon delivered-/'the sermon . mission circle will .meet' at 7:'30 Usher board No. 1 served. Let us a t various homes and Circle remember the sick and shut-ins No 4 at the churoh. The No. 3 Holy Communion will be administ:"" choir will have rehearsal at 8. ered Sunday. . Tues!fay' night prayer meeting All members are asked to please at 7::00 followed by study course be immediately .. at _8 ;30. ; wedne.sday at T. ible_ : mornmg service for a spe c"Ia' ss . Thu r sday the', No. 1 and busines s . . 2 ". will have rehearsal. The sori"'o'f.:'Mrs Rosa Lee Pmk!nvJt e you to attend . our :_ney and Dave tea' Monqay mgfht, are ill. P.ray_ for-them and _remember .. the other and sl#-ins: . the' ick l(nd ; shut ins. : ': :._ . . i:,>:-i c St John-Baptist M,t 'Oii1(e,. Mol esth Avenue ;_ 1745 < L"'SalJe Rev E NeWkirk, Pastor Re v r .ft.( r Little, Pastor D. .L. Hudspn i . Mrs. ; Qla M ; .1 s. s : at 9 t 30 w1th the Last. young peo-.. ,11upt. : in charge, Mornin g wor ple of church served shiP' be ,gan at 110:50" Wlt;h the ... tifully. Allen pastor in charge N o 3 o ver S S The tar serVJce u s bers and junior choor served. was done by the young The message given by the Those Who served were M 1 ss asst. pastor, Rev. Reed ... No Cutherine Nelson, Frankcene evening service was held. F a vors SJ?ith Harri e t t Annual youth day program wi_ll Carter, PatriCll' H 111. Stev_en be held May at. Mr. 1!1 s 'on, Gerald Roxm A_n:n asking all boys who are interest Reeves a nd Rhonda Mis s_-ed in becoming a B?Y. Scout to Frankcene Favors was the speak ineet him at the church at 7 :30 er of the morning. The youth ton i g ht. (Friday) choir and u s hers served The morning service was dedicated to Mrs Eileen Turner a5 it was l1er b irthday. Mrs. Elizabeth S m i t h and Mr-JI. Carolyn F avors I'' are spon s ors of the YDP Please I JPla n to atten!l Love Feast .. IFrida y evening We are always h a ppy to have and w e lcome visitors. Church Of Christ 1312 Nassau Street Mr; David Pastor 'James Norton, Reporter Lord s day service began at 10 with. Bible study. Worship service : bega n at' 111. Song and prayer service was held. Bro. Atkinson delivered the mes sage -Marriage Ucenses His subject "The Word of (iod." There will be a fellowship meet: Ringo Page, 30, 506 iog : Sunday, May 14. W.e are / Tampclnia, and Arlie Mae .. huping churches). m the D e an, 25 1306 E : Renfro Street bay ar, ea wit! :All of Plant City. . our friends and neighbors are Wade Hamilton Mack 27, 1401 iii y Ued. Moonlight Court Apt 201, and CaroJyn Loretta 25, B h s111 :'troy ct. Apt. 2oa. -Eonference ranc David Lee Holmes, 22, 2701 N. S Fl' emont, and Joyce Ann Tho Missionary ocaety mas, 19, 2010. Cano Ct. All Seniors Y p : Ders L. Drew 33, 3 904 E. Lou s iana, are asked to the funeral and Minnie LGu Bell, 30 3 423 E. of Rev. J. D. GeOl'ge. Seniors Frierson. . will wear white hats and Frederick Scott, 17, 115 if E. Kirby, and Vonnie Ray MeJ, Y P. Ders w ill be in un orms. Mrs Rubye Sanchez conf. ton, 18, 115 E. Kirby. b h d M Elizabeth ranc pres an rs. Wayne Edward Watkins, 20, D 3216 E. Jean, and Debra Maria smith, Pres. of Y. P. Rodrigue z 18, 2922 nth St. Alfonso Calloway, 27, 315 w. Park Avenue, and Dor9thy Ann BroWll, 2 4, 315. W. Park Ave. Goliath Wri ght, 21, Cherry St., and Lillie Margaret Clark, zt, 2329 Walnut St. Ushers U :don No. 3 Nathaniel. Cannon, Pres. Mrs. Idli Mae Bell, Repc)rter Us her s Union No. 3 wHl COD : v e ne Sunda y at 3 at St. Paul A M E Chur c h R e v SanCihez, pas tor. St. Paul Us herS' No. 1 will b e host M r J a ck M iller is pre sid e n t The w e l c ome addre ss will c o m e from St. Paul. A very good pro gram has been plan n e d for y our enjoyment. St. John. Circle No. 2 "' . Gladys Crews, .. Cha'irmaD Mrs. Etta White, Rept. -St. John Circle No. 2 will meet Monday at: 6:30 at the home of Mrs. Rebecca Kfug 1922 Arch St. Mrs. King will bring the message. A : Mother s Day Social Hour will be held after the meeting. Mt. Chorus Mrs. Grace McArthur Pres Mrs. Maggie CUsseaux, Rept. Mt. Pleasant Jubilee Chorus will have rehearsal Monday Dight at 8 and all are asked to be present. -------BIG JOE'S BAR PLENTY OF FREE PARKIHG CORNER LASALLE AND ROME WEST TAMPA .. 'fd tHROW STYLE QUilTED BEDSPREADS SPECIALLY PRICED 1188' / Twin cotton prints in ass.orted pattern's and colors. Polyester filling with strong webril backing. -:ully quilted to the floor. Domesti c Departme n t Full 1288 Queen 1488 E V E R Y BELK LIN DSEY S TORE a n d .. BELK LINDSE Y FAB R I C FAIRS T e rr a c e P laza, Tem p l e Ter r a c e T a rp on Mol l, T a rpon Springs aoyshore G a r de n s B r a denton Use Yo ur Belk l i n dse y C h a r ge i t C o rd Mos t e r Cord o r ao nk A m e r i c o r d 1688 ; ; ..

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PAGE SIXTEEN LILY WHITES HOLD ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Lily White S. B. A. was In St. Petersburg last week. Pic tured Wedr.esday during the Lodge of Sorrow were, front row from left Rev. Bossy Watson Sebring; Evette and Kelvin Smart, St. Peters burg; l\lrs. Mary Ballard and Mrs. Selma Smith, Tam pa; and back row, Mrs. LIIlie MJ!e Peterson, St. Peters burg; Mrs. Jessie Giles, Mi ami; and Mrs. Willie Steph Mrs. Georgia Smith was a re ens, Jacksonville. dpient of an award on Achieve-ment Night at the Lily White Grand Assembly. She is presi dent of Lodge 221, Tampa. ---------------------------------AWARD WINNER AT GRAND ASSEMBLY Among the awnrd winners at the 37th Annual Lily White Grand Assembly In St. P.etersburg last week was Mrs. Selma Smith, Grand Secretary. Mrs. Smith holds the medallion that was. a special preaentatlon from Grand President C. Blythe Andrews. Tampa Airman Completes Training S :\N ANTONIO Airman Charles A. Moore, son of Charlie l\1oore Jr. 1901 Taliaferro Ave T :nnpa, has completed his U. S. Air Force bas ic training at the Air Training Command's Lackl:tnd AFR, Tn. lie I s remainIn g at Lackland f,)(' in the police Oeld Air mnn Moore is a 19i 1 graduate ul.l...ll-.1-t.J;_ a ST. PETE PREXY GETS AWARD r !\lr!. r\nn Quinn presidtnt of I ilv White Lodg e :'\o 1 05, S t. P e was r erlpie nt of t h t Pre sidents :\ward at U. Grand w,..Pk._ GRAND ASSEMBLY CONVENES IN ST. PETERSBURG Bethel Community Baptist Church In St. Petersburg was the setting of the Lily White Grand Assembly last week. The church was crowded to capacity on opening night. Members pictured on the front row are, from left to right, 1\Irs. Lillie Mae Peterson, St. Petersburg; Mrs. Sylvia Campbell, Tampa; Mrs. Nora Boston Lake Wales; and Mrs. Ethel Broadnax, Tampa. Members of the Lily White S B. A. crowded Is seated on the front row. On the next row are Bethel Community Baptist Churc h in St. Peters-Mrs. Elizabeth Powell and 1\lrs. Lonle Mae Baile1 burg last Wednesday evening for the annual of Tampa. Lodge of Sorrow. Mrs. S u sie Beckton of C l ewiston Community Prayer Band ;\Irs ::uary Pres. Tommie M. White The Communit y Pra yer Band w ill begin th e i r c onsecratioo s erv ic e Tuesday night at 8 thro ug-hout Sw1da v a t the P e ntecostal Church o ( God. 509 E Col. D r. T uesday n ight, i\I r s. C o r bett w i ll be in charge: n i ght, E lder S1->ai n's chur PLEASURE

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I I._B_as......;....ke_tb_a_ll _B_an_te_ r --JI -As I writ-. this column I am of players Jerry Lucas was the preparing to watch another of the key man in that first big win br Los Angeles Lakers -New York New York. Gail Goodrich did the Knickerbocker classics This one thing for the Lakers in the last tonight is a crucial one for both game teams Everywhere I go. I hear In that first one Lucas was fanbasketball fans arguing about t.he tastic from the corners and in big series : There are a lot of general fro'm the outside In the points to argue aoouf. Most of the last one Goodrich couldn't miss fellows understand one thing Tonight it may be Frazier or about basketball. That one thing Monroe or West or McMillan. 'is that anything can happen in I Suppose I am like most oth the game when two good ers-by thinking the Lakers should meet -. win the whole thing. Yet I can't There are so man y things that forget the Ali-Liston things; the c:an make' a di' fference in big New York Jets, .the New Yo:-k games they are to o numerous t:J Mets and the first Lciuis-Schneling mention. A may have 'Hd fight. These are the things thai fOme kind Of problem on the day make sports SO great -flf a . tbat will effeCt his By the time you read this, we play that 11ight. One defensi v e all will know but I'll go out oo a or offensive change makes a dif-limb and say the Lakers If New ference quite oftep Then there York wins don't chide me for J are the not n f ghts.'and cold n ghts anytime. ' : ALl: -A&IAITS CHUVALO TOOK ALL oF Mv BEST sH()TS' VANOOUV1 ER, .B. c. -Mu-. Negotiation are llammad Ali declalt'ed after said Bob Arum, attorney for \ beating George Ohuvalo by deMuhammad. 1 c:ision Monday nigiht he long as we riegotiaie, we c:an't understand why the Canaget Clpser but there still is dian isn't ranked )ng definite," Arum added. "He stopped Jerry Quarry 'abd Meanwhile Ali has a June .26 he's than a lot of the witlh Quarry in Las : Vegas, ranked heavyweights," the .. ex_ and a July bout slated for Dub. champ said of the rugged 34-lin, l:relarid, against t'he liD-year-old Canadian. ranked Alvin Lewis : ."A lot of people say Chu/ valo is washed UIP, but that's a Lan' "er' Is :The One' lie Anyone who c an my v est shots is going to be around -1 .0 .-. c for a long time," 111 : r thought I could d'rop him, INGLEDOOD, Calif.-Bob Lanier but I couldn't. He took all my best shots. He hui-t me wit)l a of the Detroit Pistons scored a cpuple 0 f hard rights aod a 21-16 victory over the Boston Cel tics .To Jo Whit e to win ihook," Ali sai ,d. . the National Basketball Associa' ALI looked ah e ad to a plantion One-Cn-OnP. championship ned rematch with heavyweight 'J.;he 6-foot-11 Piston center earned champion Joe the only $15.000 for going undefeated in man to beat him, and : said. five One-On-One matches. White '."I'm going to be in everl better a 6-3 guard, received $7,500. shape when .I fight Frazier and if was in as-good shape as I was : tonight the last time I fought him, I would have laid him 01,1t." Chuvalo said, "['m not sure what's next. I'cl like to keep fightit:Jg : Ali was in better shape than I thought he would be inbetter shape than our last fight." The two met in a title fig l ht in 1006 whee Ali outpointed the Canadian over 1:5 rounds in a unanimous decision. Asked who he thought would win in the rematch, Chuvalo a nsweted, "['ve got to go witih Joe." Frazier stopped Chuvalo on facial lacerations in the fourth rouod when they fought. A MONTH ago in Tokyo AU also had to go the full route in beating Mac Foster. "These are all warmup for !Frazier, Ali rleclared. "That's the cat I want." However there was no solid !Indication whe n t.he next FrazierAli title fight will be held. The Bureau of Labor Statis tics has released the rev-ised 1972-0utlook Handbook. The 850-u>age 73 edition of the Occupational volume reports 01.1 job needs and prospects for over 800. occupa tic ns and 30 major industries in the 1970's. BUSINESS LEASES AVAILABLE-at TAMPA PARK SHOPPING CEHTER Nebraska at Scoll for REASONABLE RATES Phone: 229-1845 Weeknights SsPM WTVT SOL FLEISCHMAN raps with pros knows the score. THIS IS DREAM COME TRUE. CUTS DOWN ON SMELLY I GARBAGE CANS Mother's Day Is May 14th AMANA STOR-MOR COMPACTOR 5 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM Decorator trim with wood Panels. Avocado Autumn Gold Coppertone e Gleaming Whilo l Push the start switch and in seconds your trash is compacted. And when the is lull. Fingertip Pressure rolls out glide out bin. Remove the protective steel shields inside the plastic bag. (The shields protect th& bag while compacting). BROS. PLUMBING & APPLIANCES 5201 NEBRASKA -AVE. Ph: 236-5702

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Saturday, May 8 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Frt. Get Both Editions PAGE NINETEEN ----------------Vida Blue: Be Lucky To Win 10 BOSTON-Vida Blue the 0Jk land A's young southpaw 11ensation, got a whopping pay increase Tuesday as he ended a holdout and signed a 1 972 -:on tr:tct. Blue who received $14 .750 l?.st year as he won the American League's Most Valuable Player and Cy Young awards in his first season with the A's, signed an agreement for $63,000 However the 22-year-old !PHbander feli short of his goal P.e ociginally asked $115,000, then lowered pJs demands to $97,000. Blue, who flew to Boston l3te Monday night kept Bowie Kuhn. American 'Leaj!'ue President Joe Cronin and A's 'lVtn er Charlie Finley waiting for near. ly 90 minutes He signed during a meeting at league headquarters and then appeared. at a news ron ference before joining the A s ror a scheduled night game with the Boston Red Sox. ''I'm s i gned I'm happy I'm ready to play," B lu e said. ''I think the team has a un iform fer me. but I don't d:now. ''We have one, Finley a55ll:t:d him. Blue who had a d-8 record and was a big gate attraction aruund the league in 19i1, said he had been doing "a lot of running" b ut probably wil !nee dthree or four weeks" be'ore he ll be in .:Gndi tion to pitch "Vida will remain with the club dur!ng the conditioning orogra'll." Finley said. "Manager Dick Williams will map the provram." Told of Williams' prediction that Blue will win 20 games this year desoite the late st-ut, Vida c;aid. "I'll be lucky if I win 10. I'll .take what I can get." Finley said he and the A's were looking forward to Blue returninl! to the mound "and start winninz." "However" Finlev added. the number of wins 't really the most important thing. The big point is just havjng him bacl!: with u s We hope he wins but 're not goi ng to rush him in k anything." Kuhn a!'!nounced that B:ue's "'greFment provides $50 000 ct S5,000 bonus for his 1971 per:-nd $8.000 ''for am po.;!.it le under a con.ingent four -yea r o II e g e scholarsh i!' which cart of Blue s orgin:tl bonus arranvement when he si;med in l!lfl7 Orrl:ro:1rily, a majm league r:lav er' s salary does 10t start until he'o; Tt'2clV to p!ay. Howev<'r, F ii1-:<'v said that as part of his offer at a meeting in Chicago last Thnr!: day, Blue's salary would be prorated starting April 27. Kuhn saic:l he was "very haopy" that an agreement had reached and "I congratulate Vida and Charlie both for concessions they have made." Blue was relaxed and at ease, tieless with a knit shirt open at his neck, as he sat between K.1hn and Finley The commissioner a:1d Finley appeared tense at times. Oliver -At The Fork Of Royal Road To Riches USF Coach Basketball Sets Camp University of South Florida hea:i basketball coach, Don William3, will be holding a basketball camp this sumrrier for boys who have !:ompleted grades 4 through 11. KANSAS CITY, Mo.-The B'lt Oliver story is an old one in bsse. ball, but it has a dramatic quality that commands attention, just as the shootout in front of the sa. loon always fascinates the western de votees or the romantic triangb keeps the soap oepra fans in front of their TV sets. ' For better or for worse, this season will be a turning point in Oliver's career with the He was taken by the Royals in the expansion draft and had a re spectable 1969 season He 254, hit 13 homers and drove in 4 3 runs in 394 trips. In 1970, Oliver became one of the American League's best power hitters. He led t he Royals in homers with 27 and runs batted in with 99. His .26 0 average was more than ade quate for a power hitter. But just when it seemed that Oliver had established himself as a regular, he suddenly found him self unestablished. He was the Basketball theory and all funda : mentals will be taught with pnctice drills and demonstrati01 : s daily by the staff Applications are now being taken by the Center for Continuing Education at USF for one-week ses sions Aug. 7-12 and Aug 14-19. Single sessions for boarding campers costs $90 and $170 hr two sessions Day campers fee i" $75 for the single session and $140 for both. Royals' starting first baseman plllce. In the minors, it was al when the 1971 season opened, ways the same way I never was but he did not hit as consistentwith il club where I knew a job ly as he did the_year ln was mine. I had a good spring, mid-May, he had a .224 average, but when I didn't hit early in the three homers and 12 RBis. Oliver season, Bob Lemol1 quit playing was replaced by Gail Hopkins me every day. When I got in and, from that point on, he was there, I pressed in and out of the lineup He bat" When the other clubs h a d ted officially 373 times, hit eight righthanders pitching, I knew I homers, drove in 52 runs and wouldn t be in there. Baseball is batted .244. baseball, I know, that, but it got Unhappy After '71 Season so I didn t have anything to look Oliver ended the s eason an unforward to. happy man, claiming he had not "I c an t be a jumping jack. It been given the sort of oppor-seems like every time the club tunity he was entitled to after his gets somebody' in a trade, he's fine 1970 season. . ,, a first baseman. Yeah, I can During the winter, oliver de PUilY the outfield ;md third base. clared "This is my fourth year B,p,'! ; being able to play more than with the club and I'm in the same one place has hurt me. Seems . !Ike nobody ever approaches me ____ ""j ,,.. d if I'd to to 1 w 1 outfield or first base. N .ationa ig s who 1615 E. 71h Ave. Ybor Cily Mother's Day Special BUY BEAUTIFUL SYNTHETIC WIG For GET ONE PAIR OF PUFFS FOR ONE DOLLAR. 2 f o r The Price Of One were platooned at-first base much of last season, both have lost their starting jobs to John Mayberry, who was acquired in a winter trade, but Oliver has been moved to right field and Manager Bob Lemon has said he will stay there until he pia ys himself in or out of a permanent job "He' ll play against righthanders and Iefthanders,'' Lemon said at the time he announced his de cision regarding Oliver. "If he can't cut it, we've got plenty of others waiting. "We're going on what he d i d in the past. He had an off season in '71 but we think he cari snap bac k this year." And so at the age of 29, Oliver is trying to prove that his value as a power hitter is sufficient hJ make him an every-day player. If he proves that the Bob Oliver of 1970 is the real Bob Oliver, he will have some finan cially productive years ahead of him : If his hitting does not come u p to Lemon's expectations, the Royals probably will attempt to make a deal for him. From Florida Advertisers Buy Sentinel -SPORTANIC FLOODS-By WILLIAM 0. BETHEL SPORTANIC DROUGHTS One of this column's most faithful readers cracked to me the other day U1at maybe we should call it Sportanlc Droughts be. cause of the infrequency of it. The reader of course was funning me because he is a dear friend Then again he was also push ing me to write .. This friend is one of the very, very, very few people that know the real reason this column doesn't appear some times. I have found out a whole lot of people think they know why this column doesn't apepar some,times. Writing this column sometimes ls a terrific task for me. As much as I love doing it. Then again it is a pleasure beyond belief. For those of you readers who are faithful enough to be con cerned as to why the column doesn't appear sometimes again I love you. It is a beautiful thing to be wanted. God bless you. For those readers who get uptight and don't really understand rap with me sometimes. Maybe you can learn something. Sometimes I have to fight rather than write. The fight has been hard but believ.:! me I am winning. I knew I would all the time. THE REAL THING The other night I ran into a group of fetlows fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to see "Big Jim" Williams, Florida A&M Rattlers in spring training. These fellows were overwhelmed at what they saw. They couldn t wait to tell me they were on cloud nine. I sure hope with all m yeverything tbat these fellows are right. Yet I caution everyone not to be too optimistic. "Big Jim" has a tremendous fight ahead of him "Big Jim'' knows this better than anyone. Let's hope and pray rather than be too over confident. I know we have the right man up on The Hill and I have written many times that he in time will certainly get the job done. However don't forg e t The Rattler's schedule. Then again don't forget that the last two seasons Rattler fortunes have been almost as low as gutter dirt. It is hard enough to stay on even keel or on top but when it comes to climbing out of the hole it Is harder than solving problems in Chinese calculus. One of the hardest problems a new head coach is de veloping a relationship with his personnel. First comes his assistant coaches. His assistants must be some how brought to go along witn his way of thinking. This problem can be a real headache sometimes It sometimes can be chaotic. A,fter solving the assistant coach problem comes getting his players to like him even though he has to be a hard task master. Just think of 1.he many a!ities Involved in this one. Th e n if a head coach can get the thing headed in the right direction he some how must .find a way to keep momentum going This doesn't mean just for one season but recruiting of new players is harder now than ever. We have spoken only of the many problems in football a new head coach has. How moving locksto c k and barrel from one place to another? There are many, many domestic details and business affairs to be handled. Football lovers only know what they see on the field of play. Most fans d'Jn t know or could care less about anything else but winning football games. Alright fans Jim will win some footbal !games but will we hr.lp him win the fight. Personally I say to Jim, "I have recently struck a major blow in my fight so concentrate on yours. My fight has bet>o. youra and now yours will be mine ... QUICK QUIPS: The signing of Vida Blue almost took an act of Cengress but it finally is over. Now I wonder how effective Blue will be after getting such a late. start. Starting this late in the season has hurt many a player's performance in the past. Look out Muhammad is ready. If you don't believe lt ask George Cht:rvalo. Ali is down to where I wrote he should be a few weeks ago. He is back on his toes fluttering like a butterfly and stinging like a bee. Wonder where Joe Frazier is? All kinds of fishing has been good of late. Fresh water is ex cellent and salt water fishing is at a peak for Tampa Bay species. Sorry I can't say I have been able to get with them. New head coach, Earle Bruce over at The University of Tam pa seems to mean business. I say fear not Tampa fans for the man has got to know where it's at after being with Woody HayP.s so long Wonder who will be the main quarterback Carter or Solomon? ; A person very close to me ask'ed me if I am really. all that uptight about hot pants and mini-skirts since I amalways '!Vritinll about them in this space. 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'. J'AG TWENTY_ -WHO, :ooNE IT IN SPORTS I 1 'Que.lJtiOD: Do you Ullnk :U:'111llm) .A&l.! will mae a better showing Ple9 Ali and Joe Fraizer will get against Tampa U. this year? .tqetber Uiia yead .. Fmrida A&M and Tam-l nape Ali and Fiaii:)r pa U. wit1 be two different teams ; "'.!:get together this year, but in my teams wi.til t\Va \o(i)acher O_P.ini!.>n, I doubt it. When you start fills year. Look out for anything. abut -she miilion -doH-ars Do you 't'hink ttre Balti-, fM- eadl 'l;;me, -also is in" moore .Colts were -s1m:ezie in 'tbeiT Wl'V'e\1. Besi-des 'Frazie-r isn"t . Situleft b1eachers. fW' .devel: A_g;ee Shook His Heaa Qlil.WMts., alilGJ fhe duali!Il w.as 'T.o make it a more urrusual sit-T.ammie .AJ:;ee w..as lJ;P .ua:t;ion, fhls was .the fust' b-ome the ltases .ltila.de.d. jnn.i.li!g, run of the seasQI'l 'hi1 in :the tough at:.e :a.u.t.. DDC{ger .stadium 'by a J)1ay -. 'OO.It Jbaci looked .er. ,Six games. Agee circled fhe b.ad _this night Tommie .Agee . b.ases and, .t'he du_g-!tme up. he had out in an embarrassed trdt, shJo:lk btto a ckmble p'la_y to end the in-lns bowed 1-lead .at :>his lfleammatr.s. '!Secorxl time ;np tn' 'had I just eo.trldn"t lhardly lbelfi-eve v.m.:rlf:d jJJto _p'lay to .end J .tiit fua'.t home Tun ; Sa}"S Agee. J!ie liliTIY1g. time J.W, 'fhlngs ""1 had 'SW1ltl'g so bad. The -who1e 'l!e 'f.azmed to end t he 'lesSQil is ng'ht 't'bere. It:hcmg'ht bar.k ml'll!Jg. i'o lfuis -spring, wh; en Gil tdld me ..'Zrel!l'er :ftepfacea 'Shlger he was. -gaio,g to .h1t me l"o.ur.t:h time illp, t'ha'.t"s w'.ben 't'he .3, no matter w'ha't. :R !Seemed b;:u:s w1.1re landed ..1:im Bmtf'r .had 'had :more ,conffidence m me '!.'han ._ come 1 n to r.lip1ace 13111 I 'had io the mOJ.llld 'because 'fhe Mets Yogi 'Berra 'has f.;r}oweo throu-gh seoreil 11 to talke lllle :M. -w;th Re lfl H i!ll1e nme 1p1atient lf'atl. Yim BTeWer is 11 lefty, 'Mtd 111JP!'!!l'8.Ch "''KOOs lbi!IIR:ay aor.ma11y 'ttlat :m1g'ht mean .don"i 'Seem to '.fOil aii'lll'l a wolia ,oo'k lhi't exoery ti'l'Fie 1m19, Be loo'ked wo_:se. Brewe-r 'tlhr"ws day. :m 'Y'OI:l &d, '.fGU" d ))e a Hw-1! 'tP hitibers, mean-dini, .. Berra ing hes a Tig'h'tbanded 'efty. He wmqe :tenacity, threw one to Agee who .swung Berra didn't want the IRIII milled. He m ehafii4Ji1111sbip. ltEil Newell fll. La . md tile eepllew furmer "elson, won the event over Rick Spean Qf Port ler-ri6, N. Y., co first bote of sodden-death. ceJkrs shot 138s for tie regulation 3i holei; Newell rar4-ed a bin1ie-tllree on the e1dra ltole while Spears sMrt -paT. Others tied at dlird were Weti S :'fiami; Brar:e Sanden V isalia. C afif ., .. d 'Tom \ aatiae. GaiDeirille. Ga. All tllir4-p 1aee furisbPr-s $\,. Question:. How would yuti compare baseball and football as tele. visioo .spect,a.tor sports? Answer; This one 1nvG1v.es wlm a person is. :bui to me .football is w.ay abe.ad 1n this one. Qoestian; What w.as the highest salary Bab. e Rt.rth .ever _got'? The hi,ghest salary The Babe ever got was around .eighty thol:ISand. .Ruth got a Jot mQl'e lilW: of .his eighty thousand than the big pay hoys g.et .Gu! DI low; sa.laries. QJieiltio.u; DD y.Gll .aoyone will ever r.LID tbe lQO-yar,al da&ll in 9 seconds less? An$wer; W-e .ar.e aoiJ;Dd. .to .get a 9-.seclllld or ,lesi ..lLlD-yar.d daslJ amd it .m.ay .be .scxm. B..ememb.er were macie to be i'!rokien... Question: What .Glo y.ou .t.la.i!nk at Gearge Fweman as a .AII.iWU: .FW"e.mn:a.til GS to be .a i.igi::Jt.er, hut M A1.i or Fr.azie:r !or hi.m nCilw. H.e"J.J. dlue to w.aJ.t l!llil!tU Ali at!ld eet too old or kill each other. FACt'S .&ND FIGU&ES -The reoent ;&laughter between Muhammed Ali a:mll Gew;g.e Chuvalo proved a Jot in the world of boxing. First D'f a'li, 1t oprDVerl that 1>nce again that Al:i is 'l1le 'GTeat'It a'lso proved that he coubi get 'bac'k to his best weight Witb!Jltt difficutty ami wHihOut affee't-. mg ll1s 'Sty\}e / nre f.ight pmv.ed 1JJ>rat-f:ll:le rnaa {)()ml!ll! el!lme oo-dk al'ld m-alre ii't -a1l f:ll:le-way a6 the greatest in worM. ali' Jiili's ililllGlW'eS ;are ilihings m ihleatllty ltfuat temd ltt11 ctllmlll!fiuse 1m> lfll'usbr.a'flimL J'Et '\Wlmem tmey !tllllill!l!k ftlhey Jhave 1lmim., he is ii a .a flash. All the time he is dancing beau. tifully he is keeping a steady weam oGI 01llbt.iiDng ;am d g aslwimrg lle'llf:s till vppcmetlrts lfaees Smme'iflimes -me arowdl Wfl1:il. in range ;wi!JR has .arms tf:o lbvis s'i llles. -driV!es \htis 1nt-G Gr -sometimes "ju!lt -g'ive 1111p as to say "wlfla't"-s itil.re use." When Ali's either ;give up t'lr almost ib31'1111'1M 'he _goes tu work. eambina!fiCII'ls .are things of beatrt-y aqso Now we all Jmow ;tba,t ;the only way heavyweight .c.ru1 make real big mcmey is .to go in wath A!i, ial!:e the pWJisbmeot .and fur the In .all oi 1.3 years Goorge Cb.Ltvalo never uke ;$6.tl,;OiO .before. ll!i e&Senoe Mtuihamma.d .Ali' r u t.me .only way .Lm ooDng. Satibe! S2rves 'Tae'; (raiiiJis Style a5Ki.-\LD\OSA K.o.rl. -Sate'he.. Pai,g.e tbe bLack ha.se-haU aear.Jy g-ot <:r.a mp worimlllg oii a On .a reoeot tri.!J to illeuDY Perry Lake -ooe oi Satclt's nsbillg bclilei -tile Han of Farner got a traffic ticket I improper parkiag_ Paige, wilo ti"es in Kansas GREYHOUND RACING NOWr::: 5th NIGHTlY EXCEPT SUNDAYS I P.M. MAT.NEES, MOlt., WED., SAT. 1:l0 P.M. ....s DtNE AT DEilY CLUI DERBY LANE ST PE;''ERS3'0?.G Saturday,_ May C, 1S7:2 Giautsl New,er Maddox A Mauler In Triple -A Debut GARRY MA.DDOX PHOENIX, Ariz ....,. Garry Mad dox has somellhiiing ilm cmmon with the baseha!LJ5 thait -'IB:a-:ve !been jumping off his' bat with amazjng frequency in the .early part of 1972. Of cttur.se, Maddox' 1971 seas.a in the C:lass A .ram .at was hardly an ordinary He hit 299, blasted 30 h r.uns, scored iLOS runs .and kaoeked in 1.06. He .set a Calif OI.'JUJl League by .twice .6--or-0. On .June 17, he .h.ad five s.i.o,gles .and a home rLID. Stockton. Abwd a IllOiiltb later, J)D July 24. he had four singles, a double and a triple against Rena. lVladoox t:laimed: ne :acl:u'!IH'1 hit ill home runs 1.ast year."I'm sure uf it,'" he said. t cLirl SQme daedting baclc, :aM Uley me ome in & series against the Dcldg.em." At tme !lflwever it" tiie tiutu.re, 1ll!l1 the past, tbat liu Giants' followers blm:ilig abrn:t tDe oi-4, 190-p, who beea treateol to t>liOh .5LJ.Pel' yaang tPI.aYe.rs as &Bby &mas .ami Dav.a Kingman in recent .seasmas. lla:v.e warmed up to Maddox in a hilr ry, "'I tlain1k he'.s g.ai.o,g lilt P!lt s6me in the park,"" said Ry.an He has outstanding power and g!leat !pled and he can play CeBter . 1n a po11 oi Cdiforn'ia Leag!-le ; managers last .se.ason Maddox was vo_ted the best 'iiefensil\'e it'"' 1-..-'h.. '"""' d L-.JI pmmes Eli_ I emcled .. :=ses, .. :d wmtflrn qJli1te a hit af plaJiag time. RB!-s. Be ma!le_ a big impresScm on Amd all from a y.e.un:s:ter F'nimicillcD !Mar!qer Cbadie who -was lfoc Ous ""Be prlliiD;ably c:mc1d hrlp 118 .dn'ty at i\m'!ln"lia wBen. tbe tll'l'ung -=......,. .-:.a .__ ... --_ .. .,...... -FOE. ..... we """'6"n: don' t ...-lim Ji1tiDc Znilmd m "We honestly didn't 'dUnk Gar-the _bmdl. Be oeals to be ry "'l'm11d be l'e!ldy fur TriPle-A eft!I'Y day we eel m ha1l this -9easoo POOenix a jam, we biNl he s juit a piiDae B1G6Y Ryan. caDI 'He had an\y c:me fu'll year of fans. M'Et pro experienee and !fhat was in hOJ!U,( o.e plmme daem"'t DICClass A ball. We 'v-e seen a 3Gt of ymmgstet's ;nfunmted in the past by 'try-ing tG skip -a dasfifi.. cation: <:ity, called up Jur!ge .lase W.ilrSon to pwd guilby and make .arrangemems to fine. But Wilson wou1dn"t 1et him O k D e W it." .aid WiisoD.. 'l'1le added iDalaveai.eal:e ol. the penOul appearuu war rudl!d tile dislllisul of tile fiae, wa-. SI(CISS W ift'R -FOR 1'MIE II HEED Are J'4NI la _pee4 41.f'l1eip? Il write me today. Are you Sick ; Disturhell, Otlillfased or even lllll&iiNtr -Ia home, trou lilel .. 1llilal. ,.ed a financial' blessing, spiritual blesshig? Let GM I nntlnue to werk fer yw teiay. Money Dally Needs Love -Success Bless Ing te you is now its way SPECIAL MONEY BLESS INGS SEND A $1.10 DONA TION: REV. CLEOPHUS P 0. Box 14!, St. Petersburg, Fla. 33731. Piease print your name. address, city, stale and zip. ,AaiON :TV & sTEREO RENTALS 4016 N. ll11d-D7 -3301 Psychedelic Bar II Tape Decks Stereos Portallle CeiiSOie Celor Trs Also, Complete a-F.aiedain..t Cenlea HO CREDIT CBEtK 110 DJ:POS!T Fne Delinly Fne Senice U, To 24 Jlatln lll len! pait1 applies te ,...:base

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Fla. Publidletl every Tuea.. and Fri Cell Bed. .a;;r PAC TWENTY.ONa -------Wwrday. May 6. ------'' ":. f.'c First Batltist Ollirck U..ln Gardea Patmette Smet an. Jehu A. Stepheu, Past Mrs.. T. Keparier The 12tll anniversary of First Bap.tist wi1I begin Monll.igbt. May 14-Monday -DiPt. the 3lld trustees will De. in e-harge ; Tuesday Dight, !Nerthside M B. Clwrcll of whicla !Rev_ J aeob Jordu and New lllacedllllia B O..eh oi ..-n Be. R. RaDinsea is puUir ud their choirs ad 11Yer'S wiD s&Ve. Tbe Deacaness aDd choir No, 2 will be in. l'harge; Wednesday night, Truevine M B. CINrd. ol wllidt Rew.-. J. P. lr'Jdols is pa.sial' Ud Rev_ L. L. Ward of "'"ririity CIJIE Cllllrdl will sene. Their dlair ud ashrrs will sene. The jmliar diDir ud .sllen No.. 1 1rill he ill dlup.. ,..Y mp&. St. lllatthns K B.. Cllllrtlt ol 1l'laidt Rf!'i'. G . E. Edwank is pUbJr will aene. .me willa llis dlairs ud .-n. StepMI" s Cllonls in duu'ie.; J7lidal' lilt. OliYe M. B. Clllilrdl of lllllidl Ro C. .... Epps is pastor. Dis dlain ad adlen_ will sel'ft-Tile No 1 dlair will lie ill dlar&e-. 'l'llis SlliiiiQ SaiiiJQ Sdlool will 'be ill tMr:e of the n A.. 111.. 1I'CIISIIip.. '1'lle DBif;enu]' will he deliftnd at 3. "'''le Bome 'l!lfi;s;icD will be ia The pal& is iarlied. Sanders Orcipef a.dt Of fie Ia Grist Erder 1\tfymentf .Jaebea Pastor :.n: Wftlie M.. Smft.lo, ll'e)llllrlel-ReviVal meetmg will m Monday nfght at onr clmrc'h. 'Bile. HrViees wilt lJe. Jreld ea:clt i&ht at !. All deacQM and are asled to 'be aent. Tile. public i& mV.i.ted to ol our semces. SL Paal AME 5M Banis Street F. C. MilliBta. Mn.. c. B. no. :aew-ter Last Sunday -s "lllissieury Da.r ... The spraer was Miss AIRI .4. very iltspiring ...-a.! eojored by aH, from the weD those!t .. The C!rrmi:m M"JSSie.. nary prepares for Hill Worfr"' Em.phasis was: plaeed 01t the followin( Seff awl a Winingness t& Wort.. Members an6f friend!i are arg. ed to keep. in mmd the following dales. May lo-n when due honors. will. be best.owe.-1 upon Bfs l!O G. Wayman Blakely. Yoa will not want to miss the Keynote Dli Banquet Speaker, the RL Be..-. W. F. Ball aDd Rt. D. Ward Nichols res.petin)y. So. cet your ticket eu1,y .. Sanda:J will be pas.tonl c:lay. lWJ Eacltarist.' will be Krnmistere.l .by a..t bis assistants:. Members are :bereb:r relllDdea of the budget Alllded to the list of aDd shat-ias i:s Jilr. Leroy NeS. wbo is Mlspitamed at Rm. '113311. Remember bim alllli 1ile !tft and sbui-ins everywhen. Thl'1' desiu Jour blessi.Dp Truevine Baptist --. !:'J J .---'---. Zales olOmOnds for th -. . prrced for the groomf Your Choice ' diamond set.lH. 3 aDd usl!ers 1 serred. 50Nl was rendered by l Urs. T!telma Br&Wlt. Onr special guest was Mt. Zion !\-f. B . C'Pnrrch llissiflnary Societ y At l :36' the Ca1enchrr Te-11 and PopulatitJ' Contest terminated This was spoll!Dred by N o 2. Prizes given to the best decorated tahle sponsored by Mrs. Mary Lee Hamilton. Tl)e seeond prize w ent. to the June Table spoosored by Mrs. Jean at.te Venters. Eveui.D% SHvice beg,an at 7 w i t.a Ch<>tr No. 3 and usher!l serving. The sermon was delivered by the pastor. At 7 :30 the assi!r-At S Jl. m eveoiDg service W'iEl begin with deaeons devoti.oll Tlile same C,Dir and ushers will serve a.nd the pastor Will deliver the sermon. Fclkl.wmc the Holy Com m union will })e. administered by the pastor assisted by the aeaoOOIS. All Dew membe:r:s for lite month of April will' be tant pastm-and member-s &f New Mt. Zion remttered after service wit8 us. The No. 1 ushers and Sympath:r to fami]y of ReY: Lesley .Bass wbo expiretl earlier this wed. The :fuite:Fal will he held Sat.ui-d'y at 4 p.m. ai: Nt . Zim. aJJs;o, tt> the famiJJ ol Mr. Fess Gems wllo Oil F'u llleJ1ll arraagemmts an in.com Rememhs ia. 'risK. ee pray for 1h sid. aad slnat-iD.. They JiiiiiF )Jr:IIJ'eD. are ali"""ed a eurdial .. to Wonllip wiliJt tiS ctarmc uy As .eur ]jNUtor says ""this is the-ehwrd1 W'llere eY.eryhd:{ is somebody First Baptist Seflaer Seffner Re.v. ,V. 1. COoper, Pastor DeacOu; '! Green, Reporter Sll.IIIOay sehoaa begaa at tbe US11al with tBe: yow,th, m dlayge. Maggie s.w;pt. se:rveG. The !esse wa.s re-viewed 'b\'!f the ]!ltitv. 1kl61td meeti!ln.g wa.s 011: Tuesday mght. an.d ctial M!siness meetillti; wiltli be Friday mglht.'l'Jne pa;se :ts. a.slcing all allld me.mllfls t() be prese111!1r . meef!illtg WJiill! at Db. SUndaY' I!'Mi; No, :11 am wilD s:el've-. wiD aJsao admimsUmo:d. Mir. Cbrlc, a'!'MI Mr. aRid at!ten an ew tlNJ siek Yst. PFease-pny for the siek a'mt smrt ins. FrieiMisfti, M8 CuDH aliA 35h Street. .Re.v. K.. Mray, Pa.s.W MrL R i'leaillg, R.epvter _Suii!d.a:' sCill.Gol. bega at; !k415. widlh snpt. ia cw-,e: ml&i s.enxe De&ao at ll wita C'tloi.r alllli usaen-lliH''IIiJ!&. The Bft'ltill was delivered .,. 'tl past. An u... Mlllrar Ge&pel OIDnls afu!lldeO a masieal pneraJS at Peace Baptist Clll8nh. Oil SI!Dday Ule ngu:lar erder e1 service will be turied eut.. _..Holy communiea. wiil be adlnioJD. stered, at both services. S,mpaUJ.y te ihe fallliil1 o1 !Jte late. Mn.' Df.mcaJJ. Protressive Uniea Mn. Mllilella lacison,. Mrs. L. _Owens, Reporter Progress.lve Choir Unio& will business. meeting lloaday JIJ.ght at 7 at H!ghland M. B Chureh, Rev. W. H. Hodo is ))astm. All members are asked te be p.resemt and on time. Sweet Aagel Singers The Sweet .-\ng-els of Tampa will render a program SUilday at lJ at .the Apostolfc Church of Jesus, 4106 22na Ave. Minister IR. L }!oreland fs pastor al'!d Darlene Will iams. rePorter. choir served. Choir No. 1 and ushers will sene e11 Smlda:J AD are asled PeJaellllber sift .... ms. -t_..a u.-tea L..dleslteser Drive 'lt.e T':uapa Udlia 'I.naue is lal!IZidWnc illts drift for-11m . As a IIIII:HIIS e1 Mlr 5ltih .ArmifetSUJ. L'ie League. ab!iemptiil!c te ftllrCIJI a ef,ene: membetrs in lille lll,l'lllllq, ""A in. tbe 'l':.mma unan Lac-iis an in ]jllfGp'eSS; i t i.s amf indiieatfaa: of :JCIIIIll' of tibe agemq"s ...... am Jlll!&gram, J!:ada diiiiiDar tw is ctflmliribulled to tiM :tU.. iSi at: least se:wm & m& e0111Thi1111at. \ Black Hear Members To Rilltts leatler WILSON, N.C -Some 4UQ b!ack IWi!mbers of the Cl'lri:stiala Clwrc.lli (Disciples. of Chrisfl wm. hear tf}a Otis Moss civil at the. grout)"& seeQBCI Dielamal convocation here August The ReV'. Mass, past6:C oi MCO!oWD!l Zion Baptist Cliu:n-eh o.f C>hW, was fowader of the Cu.L. chapters: ol. Southern Clilri& lli>n Le-.adershi.p Conferegee a:td Operatum Breadbasket and rently js a member of the board of Jesse Jacksvn s Pegple United to Save Humanity (PUSH}. The 1961 Man of tile Year in Religion in Atlanta, Ga ., the Rrl. Moss was-active in Atlanta civil rights efforts during bhe earl'y dars nf t.hP mnuPmPnt. HeW llacl r.st K.A.NSAS Tile in 13 o.f the 10Q-be61 Dr. Lutaer King Jr. lllemor. ial Hospital wiD 111ark what of descriDe u a ttnt. ia AnlerJ.Un \ll.ack hlsto.ry. The $5miHlon project was begun by blacks and more thu btac Tt fU'I ili.es cou trilmtect g1fts. and p}e4es in & "nickel& and dimes>? drive to rais-e the xust $1 miltion:. Fux.tller fund-raising efforta among both blacks and wl'tite then ne.tb!d another and federal fuftd's were obearne.i tkrorrgh the Model pregram and the Hill-Bnrttm Ad. "It's the. f"rrst inmn--eity l'reseTer brrrlt traditiomrUy by )'l'Pivat. segment!!' of stcidy" Dr. Jo"n W. Wfflinw, !dent. f1f f.Pre-Gl'ettter Kal'lsas Cit;y Bnpbst al'ld C&mm'!l'l'l'lty 'Heepibd wm operate the fanlity. Wflites ... : . Exp&asiu Of P ... tJQa : TAJJ.AJJA.':EE; ..... J11i11.. 6--clas _.e _,...... We fer tile e-xp)eetiDn, to .P,abd at a :t'knhi AAK_ u.Der.-r .. is DO jiipaWom' IIJCCG'clillc to aev. lltiJDber. but 1bey facea wiUI tl're n.aci b.f .. e of 'idl.ili!s,"' said P;llll -J. Gr0!'11'3Jd. ' GYowald is eRCUtm! assisbd fo. Dr-. PaW Ehriieb. .... PopulatiEJR Bemb" . Gwendl:Jla .Miles, mecea.seeitai ccmsultant vcith the state of Bu;.eau a.. Health, said middle-class whitet believe that 'overpoi>Ufa!foi:r. "''"i.t dUe mainly t.Q excessi-ve repro duction amcng the poor and etfmic .. ,,..,..

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PAGE TWENTY-TWO Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editions Saturday, May 6, 1972 FUNERAL NOTICES BARR, MR. JOSEPH R. Ful'! eral services for the late Mr. Joaeph R. Barr of 935 Henderson Avenue, Apt. C, Tampa,_ who df' parted from this life on April 28 1972 will be held at 3:00 p.m. Saturday from the St. John Progressive Baptist Church, 2504 Chipco St. with the pastor Rev. F. G. Hilton, officiating. Interm ent will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery directly after the The remains will repose at the Franklin Funeral Home from 5:00 p .m. Friday un til funeral time Saturday. _Survivors include: two sons, Mr1 Joseph Barr .Jr. and wife Sandra and Mr. Calvin Barr, both of Tampa; one step -daughter, Mrs: Ella Mae S ingleton a n d husband Charlie of Tampa; nine grandchildre n Mr. Joseph Barr Ill, Mr. Alfonso Davis, Wil lie Davis, Mr. -Freddie Davis, Mr. Joa nnle Davis, Mr. Frankie Da"Yis, Mr. Jessie Davis, Mr. Jimmie Davis and Miss Edith Davis, ali of Tampa; six sisters, Mrs. Bell Rlchmon and Rev. Levi Richmon, Mrs-;-Odessa Ferguson and Rev. M. W. Ferguson, Mrs. Roberta. Thamas and husband and Mrs. Nancy Love and band Willie, all of St. Louis, Mis souri, Mrs. Carrie Wright of Den ver, Colorado and Miss Alma Barr of Chicago; one daughte r in-law, Mrs. Edith Davis of Tam pa; one sister-in-law, Mrs. Ira Bell Gibson and husband Henry of Tampa; nephews, 1\lr. Willie Hollins and wife Minnie of Tam pa and Mr. Clarence Richmon and wife Loretta of St. Louis; nieces, l\Irs. Loretta Smith and husband Frank of Tampa, Mrs. Geraldine Johnson and husba11d Richard of Illinois; Miss Carolyl) Jeanette Thomas of St. Louis Mrs. Azzie Lee Finlayson a n d husband of Lamont, Fla., :\Irs. Dorothy Caleman and husband ol Green Cove Springs, Fla., Mrs. Lonnie Mae Davis and husband of Palmetto and Mrs. Rosa Lrr Washin g ton and husband of Dade City, Fla. and a host of other sorrowing relatives and fri e nds. FRANKLIN FUNERAL HOME will be In charge of the services. BASS, LESLIE U. :-Final triJiute for the late Rev. Leslie V. Bass of 2909 20th Street, who passed away Monday, will be .bel,ct-Saturday 4 P. M. from New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Rev. B. J. 'Jones, pastor. ofllciating. Interment will be In Shady Grove :Cemetery. A native of Alabama, Rev. Bass was ordained minister In 1956, employed several years ago at a local hospital and a vet .eran of World War I. Survivors include Z daughters, Miss Gwen tlolyn A. Bass,. Mrs. Martha M Borgs, Mobile, Alabama; 3 grandMrs. Mollie Gardner, a brother. Robert B a s s, of : Mobile, Aabama; devoted friends, Mr. and l\Irs. Jasper Hall fami!Y Louise' Hadley and children, Tampa, Rev. and family, Rev. W . H. Calhoun and family, l\lobile, Alabama; other so.;rowlng relatives and friends. The remain! will lie in state at Cathedral for visitation of friends alter 5 P l\1. IFri day) -today until hour or funeral service. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME lu charge. MRS. BETHEL Funeral services for Mrs Bethel Carswell of 4314 E. Clifton, who passed away In a local hospital. held Thursday at 1 p m at 1\U. S{nal Holiness Church. 4216 E. Chelsea.-Elder J. Kennedy, of nclated. The remain! were st-nt Frida) a.m. to Dothan,' Alaba:na In care or Levlte Funeral Hontt", where further services 1\'111 IH' pt St. Peter A. 1\1. E. Church, Head land. Ala. Interment will be in Sr. Pt'tt'r churt h et'metery, Hudland. Alabama. Sunlvors are: husband. Elder Curtis Carswell! 4 daug h t e-rs, Mrs. Mar) Knight and hu s b:tud. 1\tr. John H Kni ght. Mrs. Oi'nt-Ua l\tetiruder and husband. Mi-. lsaar McGruder of Ga., Mrs. l!:loulse Kelb and hu s -.aDd, Mto. Denni!l Kelb and Waullne ('arswell. l sons, Curtis. Jr., Leon and Freddie Carswell: 4 grandchildren, Derrick Knil(hl Trivenia Knight, John Henr:v Knight, Jr. and Drnnis R Krlly. Jr.: mother, :\Irs. Mollie Ree\'Cs of Hudland. Alabama: 6 sisters, Mrs. Eula Mae l\lcDaniei of Brentwood. N. Y.. l\lrs. :\lillie Simpson of Headland. Ala .. :\Irs. Mary Dozier or Hndland. -\Iabarna. Mrs. Ethel Simpson of Headland. Alabama. :\Irs er Jamt-s and Mrs. ('hristinr Slat on both or Tampa: 8 brothrrs, Mr. Sandrrs Ret' l'I'S of Ashford. :\Ia .. Mr. Otis ReeH"s !\lr. Ree,ts and !\fr Tra,is Rrel'es. all of Htadland .\Ia .. )lr. Dewey of Dothan, Ala.. :\lr. 0 T Ree\rs and :'llr Willie Rce,es both or Quint') and a host of otllt'r -------sorrowing relatiives and friends. A band Ernest of Tampa and l\lrs. native of Headland, Alabama, Annie Lee Vann an d husband Mrs. Carswell had lived here for James of Cleveland; two broth-the past 6 years. "A WILSON ers, Mr. James Evans and wife SERVICE" Fannie of Avun Park and Mr. CHARLES INFANT JE:'o.'NIFER DARLENE -Funeral services ror Infant J ennifer Darlent> Charll's of 3102 E North Bay Street, who passed away in a loc a l hospit al, will b e held Saturday at 11 a.m at WilsLn Funeral Chapel with Rev. Bernard Milton Jones. offlciating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are:. mother, Miss I,uta l\'1. Teel; f ather, Mr. Raymond Charles; 2 brothers, Edward and Nathaniel Pope: maternal grandmother, Mrs. Elouise Teel and Mr. f'harles Allen and paternal grandmother, :\'Irs. Francis Ann Liburd of West Indies and other sorrowing rf'la tives. Born in Tampa, Infant Charles had lived here all of her life. The remains will repose after 4 p.m. today (Friday) at Wilson Funeral Chapel, until near funeral time Saturday. "A WILSO N SERVICE" DUNCAN, MRS. LULA -Funeral services for Mrs. Lilla Duncan, 4604 Troy who passed May 2, will be held Saturday at 3:30 P. i\'1. fram Friendship l\f. Baptist Church with Rev. l\1 Murray, pastor, officating. Intennent will be In Shady Grove Cemetery on the family lot. The body will lie in state for the visi tation or relatives and friends al STONE & GORDON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS ld at 11:30 a.m. Saturday from the Jehovah Hall at 20:!0 Grant Street with the Rev. C3\'0 officiating. Interment 1\' ill bt-in the Shady Grove directly alter the srnicrs. Shr wa! a devoted believer and attrnded rhur!'h until hrr hralth f:tilt>d. The rrmains 'ill at the Franklin Funeral Homt from 5:00 p.m. Friday until 11rar fun era I time Saturday. Survivors in cludf': a lo, ing d a u!(htrr. Mu. :\ll!erta Rogers and hushand Leroy &f Tampa: thrre s isters. :'llr;s. Somrll Jonts a11d Tommie Lee af ThomasviUf'. Ga . :\trs. :'\lautl.t Lemmons aDd hilt-Maynard Evans and wife Jewtl of Cleveland; aunts, Mrs. Carrie Brown, Mrs. Susie Scott, 1\lrs. Mamie Hillman, .Maggie, Lucille and Scilena; brother-in-law, l\lr. .Jessie Jackson of Pelham, Ga.; nieces and nephews, Mrs. Gladys Parker and husband of Ga., Mrs. Jewel Lee Ervin of Pelham, Ga., Mrs. Rudetha Atkins and husband, Mrs. Doretha Thomas of Pelham, l\lrs. Bettie Lou Willi. ams and husband, Mr. Hubert C. Jones and wife Irene of Miami, Mr. Paul James of Atlanta, Mrs. Annie Maude Tale of Conn., Mrs. Laura Francis Hicks af Colorado Mrs. Alice Mcl\lillan and husband Ulysses of Tampa, Mrs. Catherine. Gibson of Tampa; cousins, 1\lr. David Evans and wife of Milledgeville, Ga., Mrs. Amy Hannah of Augusta, Ga. and Mrs. Bernice Coleman of Milledgeville; grand nieces and nephews, Ulystine, Patricia and Fondra Marie Yony, Curtis, Brenda L. Nathaniel E., Audr'!Y Ann and Pamela Elaine Evans all of Tampa and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The family will receive friends from 7:00 p m to 7:30 p .m. Fri day at the funeral chapel. FRANKLIN FUNERAL HOME is in charge uf the services. SMITH MR. CHARLIE -Funeral services for Mr. Charlie Smith, 3107 17th Avenue, who passed April 27, will be held Saturday at 1 P. 1\'1. from the Dud ley-Lawrence Memorial Funeral Chapel of STONE & GORDON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS (Stone'a Funeral Home, Inc.) with Rev. William Henry Gordon, pastor, First Baptist Church of College Hill, officiatiag. Interment will be in Memarial Park Cemetery The body will lie in state for tbe visitation of relatives and friends at STONE & GORDON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS . TYNES, MR. OSCAR !Delegatel -Final tributt for the late :'11r. Oscar 'Delegate" Tynes of Ht12 Central Ave .. who passed !\'lay 3. will be held Saturday at 1 p m with Rev. Albert Fowler of ficiating. Interment will be in Ml" moria! Park Cemetery. Mr. T _vn!" known b y hi!!. many !riends u Delt'gate was a life lon g resident of Tampa. Sunhon include 1 sister. :\Irs :\laude Leslielt, Sew York Cty: 5 nieces, Mrs. Nette. Miller, Sauth Ozone Park, L. 1., Mrs. Gaynell Lomax, New York City, Mrs. Dorothy Addison, Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Pauline Easyin, Brookl y n N. Y., nephew, Nathaniel Jenkins, New York City; 1 2 grand nieces, 7 grand nephews, and a number of cousins; among the many devoted friends are Mrs. Irene Kemp, Mrs. Melva Mays, Johnny Gor don Solomon Gurdon, Bennie Shuman, Henry Joyner and Ira Peterson, and other sorrowing friends. The remains will lie in state at Pughsley Cathedral for visitation of friends after 5 p.m. (Friday) today until hour of fun era! service. All friend! are ask ed to meet at the funeral home. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HOME hi charge. WILLIAMS, MR. CHARLIE Funeral services for Mr. Charlil 2 .704. 15th Avenue, who passed April 28, will be held Sat urday at 4 P. 1\1. from the Hous of God, Saints in Christ, Mt. Zion Holiness Church, 4216 E.. Chelsea with Elder James Coch ran, pastor, officil!ting. Interment will be in Memoriai Park tery. The body will lie In state for the visitation of relatives friends from 2 P. 1\'1, Friday to 2:15 P. M. Saturday. A native of Georgia, Mr. Williams had lived in Tampa fur more than 'iO years. He leaves to mourn his passing: his devoted wife, Mrs. Lela Mae Williams, Tampa; grandchildren; niece, Mrs. Daisy Paris and husband, Rev. Paris, Tampa; a god son Rev. C. T. Kirkland, and wife,-Tampa; many other devoted friends, Mrs. Louise Mitchell Mr. Rogers, Mrs. Ollie Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goggins Elder and Sls ter James Cochran, Mrs. Willie M. Smith, Mrs. Odessa Cochran, Sister Jones, Sister Lowman, aU of Tampa, Dea<"on and Jlllrs. Isaac Owens, St. Petersburg, Dea con and Mrs. Sidney Garrison, Clearwater, Church Mather Annie Bell Brown and l\lrs. Ollie Weens all of St. Petersburg; and a host or other sorrowing friends. Services are being rendered by STONE & GORDON FUNER.\L' DIRECTORS Funeral Home ,Inc.). ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TAMPA -The famil y of Masttr Hurley Fitzgerald Johnson wishes to exiend acknowledgement to all our many friends a.'ld relatiw!t who stood by us In our hour of sorrow. We would like to thank earh and everyone of y ou individually, however we know -and all of you know just how deepl y grateful we are. An extention of words can and will nnt be enough. All we can say i s Thank You deep withiD our hearts. THE JOHNSOS FAMILY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT T.UIPA -The family of the late D avi d Baker extends slncert gratitude anrl appreciation f o r the many kindnesses and expre s i nns of sympathy durint the p a eo;in g nf fl!lr ln l'ed on e. :\lr. and :\Irs. !:. Brown ancl f;:mil y. Card of Tlw!ks T \:'1-tP : \ -Tht family .t tM l ate Mrs. Annie I.oa Ward. isa.. (Continued On U)

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Saturday, May 6, 1972 Fla. s entinel-Bulletin Published every Tues and Fri.-Get Both Edition!l PAGE TWENTY-THREE ---------------'--Dial 248-i921 Classified Ad Dept. BUSINESS l\10WER REPAIRS. Will pick up and deliver with i n tlw limi t s. Ca ll 248-2580. Ask for V ito or Oscar. NO CREDIT??? Raving Trouble Buyln;!: A Cal Because you are short on Cre1lil or' D11wn Payment? LET ME YOU Call Bill Brown 232-4891 OR SEE ME Af SUH RAY ldlOTORS 6300 FI. ORIDA AVE EMPLOYMENT JMMEDIATE OPENINGS F O R NURSES AIDE and clerl1 typist trainee position. Call Mr. JOHN at 229-8381 before Wednes day, Ma r 10. FOR SALE WANT A NEW tiOi'\IE? $200 DOWN, GOaD CREDIT. Call Equal Opportunity Development Corp. Call 257-3201. FHA 235 VA FINANCING PAKA ESTATE 3 AND 4 BEJ)ROOM homes, baths. ,From $18,600. This is an equal housing opportunity development. Brandon 689-61!:1. $50 DOWN i\'ionERN CEMENT BLOCK 3 BEDROOMS, CARPET, stove, refrigerator, $10,350. P. & I. $68.54 for 360 months at 7% mortgage. DON TA AFFE BROKER 872-2729 or 839-1422 LISTINGS NEEDED. I FOR SALE PROGRESS VILLAGE TAKE THE 1 No Qualifying STEP TO L. P. N. r N U RSES AIDES, Wanted for LIKE NEW, Beautiful. b_ed-pital training. Call MEDICAL rooms, C. B. Home w1th bmlt-DIRECTOR, 223-2523. _, in range oven, carpet ---_ _ out the entire house, plus chatn TEMPORARY JOBS . link fence. .. EVERY-DAY Call JOE KEHNEDY / PHONE 233-7951 CASH PAY SAME DAY. Wau-258-:.\151 house workers, unloaders and Reg Re 1 E t t B k c onstruction. 6 a.m. thm 11 a. _! a 5 a e ro er m $ 1.60 an hour and np. IN CHARMING RIVER GROVE MANPOWER, INC. ESTATES. 3 bedroonis, 2 baths. 416 W. Kennedy Blvil. air c ondition. Financing avail-Across from U.aiversit y of Tampa able. Quick occupancy I\ VON REpRESENTATIVES HARoLD FRANKLIN REALTOR Phon-, 879-0560 EARN extra cash. f o r spring decorating, new clothes s ummer vacations. You c an, too! It's easy-and fun seliing Avon products in your free hours. Call Tampa 876-3242; St. Pete 862-45 93; Clearwater 442-9656. ROOFER, PAINTER, Carpenter or Plumber Your labO'r-on 4S02 88th Street can b e down p-ayment. 3 bedrooms. Balanc e at $65.00 per month. Plus sc crow. CASTLE HOME. 253-5321. FOR SALE NEW HOMES 'J:HESE 3 BEDROOMS, 11/2 baths homes are fully carpeted and hav e master bedrooms. Excellent locatiun and low down payment. Call Bill Morris Associates ,877-3964 . BOB REALTOR 238-6428 For all your Real Eslale needs,. and if you have any money problems and if you own your own properly (or even If y4u are making pay menfs on -your properly.) Call or see SAM C. MARTIN o REALTORS, 2018 E. 71h Avenue Phone 248-6111 ON YOUR lOT OR SELECT THE NEIGHBORHOOD Of YOUR CHOKE THRU-OUT TAMPA. . We'll pick you up for Model Showing Immediate -occupancy. Stove & )!efrig. included. Paymen t s LOW AS $67 Month! Plus $100 Pre-paid items. 360 pay mls. Including inter eot, lnourance & taxe s, If your f a mily of 6 has an Income of $400 Example : you 'll have to pay only 20% of your adjuste d income for housing (deducting bllowcnceo for social oecur ity. ) Gei details on the FHA 235 program today. CALL RUELL Corp. 5010 W. Kennedy Blvd Suite 201. FOR SAJ .. E WEST TAMPA $200 DOWN FHA 235. 3 bedrooms, l'h batb. VANITY HOMES, tNt 109 Nortb Armenia. Phone 25l I ------------LARGE CUSTOM HOMES i CB 3 BEDROOMS large Master I Bedroom, has walk-in closets. 2'12 all tile bathrooms. Formal Jiving ro&m, Florida room, huge 'I kitchen w /stove and Joads of cabinets. P a tio with garden, fenced back yard. FHA $20 ,500. Call Yoli C a lderoni Assoc. 25l 6979 or 229-8026. EDWARD VALDES, I IV I baths, CB home, stove and re-, frigerator. 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, Fla. room, CB home, chain linl1 fence, well 1 landscaped. a.ir conditioned. $50 DOWN PROGRESS VILLAGE 3 BEDROOi'\lS, wall-to-wall car pet. :\lust see to appreciate. NORTHYIEW HILLS 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, carport, chain link f e nce, l arge b a c k yard. WILBERT WILLIAMS, Real lor PHONE 251-4049 FOR RENT FOR RENT 4 BEDROOM !lOUSE, 2 b a ti1s, hot water. 2502 20th St. 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED apartm en t. Wate r and lights $20 week 1905 Central. Sii-59 : )1. FOB RENT Clean Pai."lted Houses I Phone 251-1645 I I t I .FLA. SENTINEL WANT 11 ADS WORK HARD If ; .... FOR RENT UNFURNISHED/-I 2 Bedroom Apt. ( Just Painted Inside I 918 14th Ave. Weekly, Plus $40 Breakage Fee We Pay All Utilities Phone: \ 248-l921 I PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICE AUTO INSUBUCE DR. ANTERO B. PEREZ M .D. l!\1MEDIATh COVERAGE at a cost that corr;esponds to you1 driving history. t Jack Berry -626-6194 McGowan Enterprises, Inc. C. & M. Furniture Co. M ARY CARTER PAINT Phone 247-1531 1920 E 7th Ave. -Tampa 4-CUT-Ri\TE PLUMBING C SOL'S TRADING POST NllTUBS $10.50 TOILET SEATS $1.95 SINKS & CABINETS WATER HEATERS WASH BASINS ; WALL CABINETS 3822 E. PHONE 243-24il GENERAL PRACTITIONER announces the opening of new office 34021/2 15t h STREET P h 248-3363' AUTO INSURANCE A. F. KILB81DE INS. Before and after an accident 1201 MARION STREET PHONE 223-5531 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Wlt.SOH'S "Our 1\usiness ls Service'' Phonee: z48-6t25 . PD GHSLEY Funeral Rome -34M 26th -STREET As Impressive as required ... '. Slve Time And-Stamps Phone_ Your Mews 248-1921 As ine:rpeuslve as dc,slred J Phon_es 247-31Sl or GROVE CEMETERY. THE CEMETERY BEAUTIFUL WE CARE FOREVER 100% Perpetual Care with No Ch o ice locations available now -with terms to fit every income. Protection at the lowest cost, every l o t a n individu a l family shrine. Bn y now and discharge this obligation together. Avoid hasty decisions when judgment Is imp. aired b y sorrow. eli m inate the fina n cial burden a family. Pro teet your lo ve d ones by providing the family burial estate. Now -is the time to prep-are for a need that is certain . . 4615 E. 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TWENTY -FOUR Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Edition' ,-. Saturday, May 6, 1972 FUNERAL NOTICES ( C ontinued from Page 22) es to th a nk their many friends and neighbors for kindness shown during the decease during h e r illness and shown during their sadnes s. Your will never be forgotten. Family: Mt". and Mrs. Theo dore Robinson and son-Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryant, West Palm Beach. Card ol Than1cs TAMPA The family of the late Mr. Frank Gray wohtd like to tlla nk all of their fri e nds and n e i g hbors for all llcts of kind ness during his illn ess lUld pass Sp_ ecial thanks to Rev. R. H. Howard, c h oir and members of -New Sal'em P. B. Chtii:ch, Tampa S a nitation Workers and Wilson Funeral Home. God bl ess you a ll. Signed: Mildred Gray a n d dau g hters and The Gray Family of Baton Rouge, La. .Card ,of Thanks TAl\1PA The family of the late Mrs. Dorothy Martin Jones wishes to acknowledge with grate ful appreciation the acts of kind ness and service shown by friends and neighbors during the passing of our motheF, sister and .. grandmother.'A thanks to Entre Nou Social_ Club Armettia B -& 13 Soclef),;, l\'lt. Zion Baptist Church, and Williams FU neral Rome. The Johnson Green, Martin, Dorsey, Lewis Families. Memoriam '" TAMP. A of my husband, Charies Bell who departed May 3,' 1971. God's 1 Your absence is missed by wife, Ada Bell. Memoriam }r:AMPA. -lin loving . of our son and brother, 1 Ju. lius C. Davis who ,depart' e d this life, May 5, 1959. Sadly missed by his mother, Mrs. RQse Davis and sister, Mrs Carrie B. Brown. Memoriam TAMP A In loving memory of my husband Harry Watson who departed this life :May 6, 1971. Your life a beautiful mem ory, your absence a silent grief, slee p on in God's lovely garden .Memoriam TAtMPA -In loving memory of our dear mother, Mrs. Mary E. (Sug) Johnson, who slipped away in early morn, May 4 1971. You went alone to the garden, while the dew was still on the roses, And the voice you heard was Jesus saying, I come, I come for thee. We. miss you and we all hope to meet you someday Sadly missed by your children grandchildren, nieces and neph ews, the Stewarts, Johnsons, Currys, Jones and Robinsons Memoriam TAMPA To the memory of Mr. Orphelia Richardson who de parted this life May 5, 1968. God sees when the footsteps all fal. ter, when the pathway has grown too steep, Then he touches the weary eyelids and giv e s his dear ones sleep. 1\irs. Thelma Richardson a n d family. \ Memoriam TAMPA..:.. In loving memory of our loved one, Master Arthur NeiJson, Jr. who departed four years ago, May 3, 1968: Death comes to us all but yours we can't forget with those precious memories you left with us. Sadly missed by your mother, Cheye nne Howard and family. of sunshine and peact.. Sadly missed by wife, Willie Mae Watson. .. UNCLE SANDY SAYS 54, 33. M u sic was a thing of the saul-a rose-lipped shell that mur mured of the eternal sea a strange si n ging the songs of a!'oth_er sl tore 18, 60. SPANISH 3-ROOM : ) .. ROOM $299.95 DINING ROOM Worry-free plastic top, 40" round table extends to a &pacious 52". Chairs feature decorative carved effect witi1 cane accents, comfy box seats. 5 pc. GROUP . Luxurious ensemble styled with pampering foam cush Ions, scalloped bases. Loose pillow back sofa, biscuit. tufted lounge chair. It 2 Pc. GROUP .tJI .. . ARMON 1324.30 PHONE E. Broadway 248-2557 Now enjoy all lhe grandeur of old Spain with Ibis Medilerran-ean design honselul available al such a low price. Beautiful hardwood construction in richly grained oak finish. $249.95 $369.95 '\ Romantic group boasts sim-.. . ulated ca. rved detailing ceoter gqided drawers, plastl c tops. Includes a dcmble dresser, mirror, chest, paneled Nitestand. 4-Pc. GROUP s -headboard, $289.95 . -":