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Officials Discuss R / Black Florida .. All The News Fit To Print AMERICA'S FOREMOST --------1 :VOL. 25, NO. 43 FLORIDA, SA'J'URI)AY, MAY l:i r -'' ", .\ i __ Mi:! JII I ,-.., . L _ ..... -:-::-..r....f-.l--c-c SEE .. STORY ON Ma. n Robbed, ";_; ,. Beaten By CME .Bishop Visits Sentinel Plant-f Bish011 Chester A. Kirkendoll second from left accompanied by, left to right, Rev. A. L. Goodwin, Jield a conference Tuesday in Tampa at Trinity Presiding Elder, Tampa-Miami District; Rc'. 1\I. CME Church to formulate plans for the annual L. Newman, Public Relations Director; and Rev I confernece to be held in Tallahassee July 26-30. L. L. Ward, pastor, Trinity CME Church. While here, he made a vis it to the Sentinel Plant -----------------------------------------W. C. Johnson Wins School Post W. C. Johnson, first black to be nominated to run for Dean's Chairmanship of the Hillsborough County School System, was elected to .the post last week eapturing an overwhelming num-. ber of votes. He will assume the new posi-tion, previously held hy whites, at the beginning of the 1972-'73 school term, and will serve throughout the year. Johnson did not lmow the exact number of votes cast for him, but "from the number of congratulatory calls I received, I would say at least threefourths of the county's deans voted for me," he said early this week. The Seffner resident has been in the teaching and coaching profession for 22 y _ears. SEE STORY -. .' larg e Tampa fifiriiiY c .. ( .Gets Bible. StUdy / \ -5EE STORY oN PAGE J .,., ..... -Projett Residents SpJit On I Miss Page Here's an opportunity for all of you beautiful ladies out there to have your photog r aph and vital statistics pt.blished on front page of-this, Florida's large.& black-ownec! &t'mi-weekly newapaper. The Sentinel-BulJctln Is conduct lng a weekly "Miss Page One Sentinel." If you think you 're beaut! ful and nren't you all -here' what you do to enter the contest. Submit a sharp, black and white glossy photograph of y o u r s e I f (8x10) in dress and In a bathing suit. If you don't hne a photo, call our staff pboto1rapber (SEE STORY ON PAGE Z) One Miss I at. the Sentlntl, Mra. Sherlyu RoiJ. t!tts, for an appointment to bave your photo hhn. II you are sn!Gag tbe two photos. P,..P11re anl aftaetl to them the foDowlhg informat.ion Name_. a.tiJresa, vttai statiltlcs, p.,.-s, h1 biea. favol ite television tlw-we, t.vorlle enter talne!"S, a!ln alr'bfttOJJ. AU of oiU' black and :-ontestants muat be slndt ud tbe ages of 17 aoJ 2,, .' The Seoct lJ.,ll..cin ae.-e departnunt sl.oct n !t1nner of the "Miss Page One Sentinel'' and publish the abou Information for aU of our readen &o tee.

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etin Published every Tues. anCJ Fri. Celt Both Editio,... Saturday, May 13, 1972 COURTHOUSE CAPERS Assaults Rudolph Valentino Payne, 26, 1904 Morrison, was hit in the 'face with a 'board Tuesday and knocked unconscious. Officer R. C. Cakora reported that he was asked to escort Payne and Resemary A ving:er, 18, to. _ her residence, 3920 LaSalle to prevent a disturbance Miss Avinger's boyfriend, Eddie Muldrew, Jr., 22, was a violent man. When Payne got out of. the car at Muldrew .ran out with a board and struck Payne in the face . Muldrew .was : arrested on the a;cene., Wil).ie Jones, 56, 5513 20th A venue, reported to po.lice that he was shot in his left arm Monday by his wife follnwir.g a domestic argument. front of his house and some unidentified person moved it sometime between 9:00 p.m. and 6:50 a.m. Monday. A 1964 Chevy Impala belonging to Mrs. Bertha Anderson, 3303 29th A venue and valued at was taken from in front of the National Beauty School, 5015 N. 22nd St. Mrs. Andet' son l'eported to police. 'Black Course Intellect' Refused STANFORD, Calif. Dr. Wil iiam Shockley Monday wns re fused authority to teach a course at Stanford University on his theory that blacks are less in. telligent than whites. Lincoln E. Moses, dean ol graduate studies, said he vetoed the course proposed by the No-Burglaries Borglars entered Peggy Walter's house, 4304 W. Maiu St., Wednesday by pushing <),pen a screen window and took $30 in cash, a--brown leather jewelry box worth $5, which containP.d a man's .wedding band worth $50, a religious medal worth $10, a stereo turntab:e valued at $'100 and credit cards for several companies. Mrs. Walter scared -bel Prize-wiqning physicist because of doubts concerning Shockley's objectivity and expertise in .genetics. them off when she returned hc.'lle. Sol Shaffer, 39, 405 E. Ross, Apt. 6, told police that someone entered his sometime bet-ween Sunday and Tuesday, app:uently with a key, and took his di
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Saturd:ty, May 13, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Publishe'd every Tuei; i.nCJ Fn. Get Both Editions PAC THREB FLIGHT PATH or APOLLO 16 OBSERVED AT CENTER, . -. -. W t i'SHINGTON -,John Niorton of NASA's Goddard Space }!'light Center, Greenbelt, Md,, ob serves the flight path of Apollo 16 dur.ing the launch : phase portion of the mission. Morton Is In charge of Goddard s re.aitime C111llputing system which supports ;\polio missions to the moon. ( .IV.IL j - COMPUTER PROGRAMMER Ii $87(} nio. H.S. plus 4 yrs. EDP exp. 2 years..: must be i'n pro. gramming. ACCOUNTANT II $790 mo. degree in Acctg. a nd 2 yrs: exp. 'Prefer government al. MEDICAL TRANSCRIBER $442 mlJ'. li.s. plus 2 yrs: cleri cal and typing exp. (6 mo. must be med. ti:an scription in hosp. or r e'fated agency or successful completion of acceptable Jr. College Program.). COMMUNICATIONS ,CEN-TER OPERATOR $420 mo. H.S. plus 1 yr. PBX or regular switchboard exj). SCHOOL SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR $65(} ino. H.S. plus 5 yrs. exp. in public contacf or investigate work .(at least 2 yrs . mus't be law SECURITY OFFICER $381 mo. 9tH grade plus 2 yrs. exp.* UTILITIEsMAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR $829 mo. H.S. plus 8 yrs. exp. lr general maintenance and/or re lated constructhm work includ ing 3 yrs. super: exp. PLANT & PRODUCTION OPERATOR SUPERVISOR Water and/or Sewer Plant$752 mo. B.S. degree plus 4 yrs. responsible exp. or H.S. plus 8 yrs. exp. Must possess or be able to obtain appropriate Water or Sewer Works Certif. UTILITY OPERATOR II $59(} mo. H.S. plus 6 years exp. Must possess or be able to obtain appropriate Water or Sewer Works Operation Certif. UTILITY MAINTENANCE II $486 mo. 8th gratle plus 4 years exp. (1 year must be in Water or Sewer system operation.) UTILITY MAINTENANCE I $400 mo. 8th grade plus 2 yrs exp. general mechanical repair* RIGHT-OF-WAY TECHNICIAN II '$535 mo. H,S. plus 3 yrs. expln real estate abstract & title work or in making location sur- veys or drafting right-of-way maps. (Related college m a y sub. for up to yr s.) DRAFTSMAN Ill $65(} mo. H.S. plus 4 yrs. exp. DRAFTSMAN II $510 mo. H.S. plus 2 yrs : e;s:p STOREKEEPER II $381 mo . H.S. plus 1 exp. including inventory )York. REFRIGERATION MECHANIC III $682 mo. H. S. plus 4 y rs. exp REJ"JUGERATION MECHANIC II $62(} mo. H._.. plus 4 yrs. up{ MECHANIC II. $620 mo: H.S. plus 6 yrs. exp.* MECHANIC I f $535 mo; H,S. plus 4 yrs. exp. MASON Ill $620 mo. 1(}th g rade plus 6 yrs exp.* MASON II $562 mo. 1Gth grade plus 4 yrs exp.* LANDSCAPE GARDENER $4(}(} mo. 9th grade plus 1 yr. exp. as prof. gardener or related.* GROUNDSKEEPER II Pleasant Grove Park $364 mo 8th gr.' plus 6 mo. exp. UTILITY OPERATOR I $486 mo.' H.S. plus 2 years exp. \ LANPFILL CUSTODIAN Must possess or be able to ob$364 mo. Able to read, write tain appropriate Water or Sewer make simple computations, Works Operation Certif. must have own transportation. *Acceptable related experience may be substituted for educational requirements as by Civi! Service COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE aM. 273, COURTHOUSE, JAMPA I AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Sixth Graders Off To Washington Sunday The .100 Hillsborough County sixth graders who will fly tJ Washington Suriday morning as part' of a cultural student ex ch2rige program, will have visible "greetings" to extend to Washington officialdom. 'I'b. ey'll have with them an over sized banner bearin g a greetings message and signed, large "Jclm H2ncock-style" by the students themselves. .The students will arrive at Tampa International Airport at 7 o'clock Sunday morning, prier to boarding a United Airlines char ter plane (Flight No. 5296). The plane is scheduled to depart at 3 a.m. and to land about 10 a.m. at Washington : s National Airport . The entourage will include onesixth grade class from 1Gl_ over School near Plant City, one from Potter SchooJ and one from Meacham School, both in Tampa. The Hillsborough youths will fly back to Tampa next Friday, -leavi,1g Washington at about 5 p.m., again on Flight 5296. Second portion of the cultural exchange will find sixth graders from Morgan Community School in Washington spending a week here beginning Monday, May 22. l\Iuch of their time will be spent at Nature s Classroom, the out, door education facility the school system operates on the banks of lhe Hillsborough River northeast oi Tampa. Panel P 'robes Race Bias In : Milita_ry WASHINGTON The Pentagon anno unced Tuesday the creation of a task force to find ways of eliminating racial discl'illlina. tion in the military judical system. Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird signed a chlirter estab--the : 13-member group, whicli will visit military and naval installations in this country 1 md abroad and study what was 'termed "relevant statistical data relating to probable causes of discrimination in the armed forces." When 'it is finished with its studies, the Pentagon said, the task fo rce will forward recom : mendations to Laird. Named co-chairmen were Lt. Gen. Claire E. Hutchin Jr., com, mander of the 1st Al'my, head--------------------o tfidals-Discuss -Recruiting ot Black Highway Patrolmen In the last decade as integra tion began to take hold in the south and most ffirms and com palnes s tarted plac4ng a per centage of blacks on -their staffs, the State H!gh\ v ay .-Patrol still lacked black faces among over 900 troopers. Since 'that time three bl'ack men have b e en hired two as troQI])ers_ and one as a dispatcher in the patrol_ office . But, Charle s I. Jon es, Executive D J rector of Tampa's Community Re lations office, still isn't' satisfied with this number nor is Bob Gilder, Executive Director of thP. Communit y Action Agency, pleased. Thursday morning, Colonel J. CHARLES I. JONES .... E. Beacp, DireCtor of t he Florida Highway Patrol in .Tallahas see, met with Jones to ways of getting on the' a d ual purpose They were df patrol force. cussing ways 6f getting black Since the Highway 'has pat. rols as well as on the never put onany kind 1> re-police an crutjng pr.ogram Jones was able -, brought out iri a meeting to convince Colonel Beach that of the .. Florida State Advisory this is what should be done. Committee to the U. S. Com-"I told him that they (the patrol) mission on Oiv\1 R ights : Jones need to bend a little ; and try only comment on an editoriaL in just as hard to get blackis in a local daily of the committee's as it was tried to keep them :flindings and out years ago Jones sa id. ,. was, "They took things all out ' ..._ of content.1 Meeting with Jones and Col. Jones' office will screen apBeach were Macon Williamr., plicants and \ send their applica' former line coaC'h_ at .F
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-.. ACE F_OUR i Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. aDCI Frl Get Both Editiolls .Saturday, May 13, 1972 .,. every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Bulletin Pub lishing Co., 2207 First Avenue, ,-ampa, Florida 336(,)1. ------BLYTHE ANDREWS \ -and C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. 1 Executive Editor SIMON JOHNSON Vice President-Production MRS. ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Vice President-Society JOHNNY JACOBS Vi, ce Preside'nt-Advertislng second class postage paid at Tampa, Florida. A SUBSCRIPTION RATES $ 6.50 Per Year One . Edition $12.50 Per Year Both Editiops. Boycott -Center Announcement by Mrs. Co 'tetta Kiitg of the establishment of a boycott center is welcome news. lt is that the boycott cen ter is being sponsored br the In 5titute For No nv i o I en t Social c hang e' which is -through the Martin Lulner Kmg Memorial Center, headed by recognize this roll and act accordingly. T h e Sen1tinel urges financial support of the Mrs. King's boy cott center. Tax deductible contributions may be sent to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Center, 671 Beckwith St., SW, Adantta, Ga. 30314. Both Parlies Need Our Votes -Every black voter or prospec tive voter should be watching closely the fight for his ballot. The year the several million votes we cast can determine who will be the Democratic P ar'l:y nominee and which candidaite in :r-Jovember will be the President of the United States. Senator Hubert Humphrey and George McGovern a r e battling openly for .the black vote. Hum phrey would not have won the popular vote in Ohlo without our votes. He would not have look ed good in Florida and Pen.nsyl vania without these votes. In the showdown New York and Calif_omia primaries, the black vote will be crucial to Humphrey and McGovern. But that is not all. Presiden t Nixon is n o t sqre -what segregaiionist George Wal lace of Alabama may end up do in g. _If-Wallace stays with the Democratic Party 'and a s k s his followers to support t h e party, Nixon can't w'in without more black votes than he 'got. before. For that reason, he has h is big-name appointees out beating the Meetings are being held ev King. 'Thus the of .this ''most powerful, effeohve and of nonviolent wea pons'' more ai!ld more should be in the hands' of trained people who believe in the teachings of the late Dr. King. -erywhere. The favorable figures are being rolled out. Blac, k aides are being permitted to speak o9t agains' t M.r. Nixon's positions on things like busing. Major fund raising events are being set for the President in W asJ.ington so It has been tried before. Sev eral black publishers on the \Vest Coast banded together and print ed an "honor roll" of big busi nesses who provided jobs and ad -vertised in tneir media; Another was printed noting the big bizsinesses *ho had not provided lin ratio of jobs for blacks, and who had refused to advertise in media catering. to blacks. In a year's' time, the .resul ts were noted in the black .news media and man:f of the businesses were forced to comply or lose black customers. We must admit that several of the smaller black newspapers in Florida have conducted their own campaigns with ''threats" in order to survive. This is not the ' Way and eventually such tactics will' hurt all black media in the fate wioth circulations. Mrs. King is correct when she aays boyco'tlts, especially. national ones, require high ievel organi zation and knowledge if they are to be successful. a n d .power must be used together if _black !People are to continue moving ahead. And it must be accom plishel together, 1;\S a race and not perpetrated, by unscrupulous, ,;hady individuals seeking person al gain. As a group, we can w i e I d (;reat economic power by selec buying. The persons who take all the money out of our community, without putting any thing back, should be noted to the black public. The business cs which take millions out of the !black community withou. t t h c nciprocity of jobs for blacks and advertising for t h e struggling black media, should be noted on a roll ala the black press on the West Coast. Moreover blacks he can drop in and say hello to large crowds of blacks, as he did whim his top aide, Robert Brown, was honored several months ago. Our vottes can do us a lot of g -ood this year and we had better understand this and make them count. u. s. OKs Aid For Contractors Minority OHIOAGO 'llhe Nixon ad ministration has entered into its first agreement with a national cpntractors organization to crack racial discrimination in the con struction industry. Under the new agreement, the Labor Department will provide, $00,144 in federal foods to the National of Minority Contractors Inc;, to aid its 2,500 members in qualifying for individual federal grants to recruit and train construction workers from the hard core unellliPloye4, especially mi!'lority groups. ;Federal funds are avaHable under the Job Opportunities in the Business Sector (JOBS). In the past these funds have been used extensively to subsidize large corporations willing to open employment and trruining to blacks and other minorities excluded from the job market for lack of skills. Two Black Firms Million In Business Get $25 Insurance ARMONK, N.Y. Two black firms, Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company,_ Los An geles, and North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Dur Poverty Pocket By_ BOB GILDER CAA Executive Direclor Howard Harris is the perfect exam!Ple of a man who has a sincere and dedicated desire to use his abilities and intt!lligence for the total benefit of our soc iety so that those who inherit it will find it a better place to !Jive. Although the soft spoken, de dicated Executive D.irector of the Tampa Housinb' Authority (T\H!A) has the responsibility of running the. huge and complex business ol housing poor people in Tampa, he still finds time to give of himself to Tampa's senior ci1i zens, its youth, its civic organi zations and the movement to bring about total integration in our society. He is a man wbo believes in "working within tihe system to bring about social change," regardless as to whether we are talking about fair housing, educatioo or jobs. Forty-two years ago he came to Tampa as a high school teacher, a profession he pursued actively for 13 years. He left Tampa during the war years with bois family to live in Boston and returned in 1949 to be<:ome a project manager for the THA. IFor the past yean; he has worked diligentty in civic, social aad professional organizations and has become the dire<:tor of one of Tampa's 'largest and most important businesses .. housing. For the past three years be has been the man at the top who controls the workings of the THlA which furnishes hoooing to 4,547 low-income families (approxi mately 14,000 peo,ple). The 160 THA staff members wtho work under the guidance of Mr. Harris to implement THlA piilldes com-Bethel AME 101Z Laurel Street Rev. F. L. Gillians, Pastor Mrs. Reatha Williams; ltept. Sunday school began at 9:30 with the supt., Mr. B. S. Proctor in clha,rge. Morning servi-ce begaR at :L1 with choir No. 1 and ushers serving. Rev. \Lloyd Richie was 'in charge of the service. He also delivered the sermon. Holy com munion was administered; The Stewardess-es also served: Our ,pastor was also present after being ill for some time. Evening service began at the usual hour with the same order of service. Rev Ricl!ie was again in charge of the service. Usher s No. 1 will have their !Mother's Day Tea on Sunday. All weekLy activities remain the same. Sympathy to Mr .and Mrs. Chester George_ in the passing of their brother Rev. J. D. and to Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Law in the passing of their nephew Mr. Franklin. :Mr. Sherman is still confined to Tampa General Black Music Center To Sponsor Seminar BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -A Seminar on Spirituals, Blues, and' Gospel Music will be held at Indiana University July 5-8 under sponsorship of the Black Music Center of the I.U. School of Music. Several nationally known spe cialists on the subjects of the seminar will participate as lecturers and discussion leade.rs. Also taking part will be both professional and grass-ro_ots performers of spirituals, blues, and gospel music. ham, N.C., are reinsuring about million each in group life benefits for International Busi ness Machines Corporation em ployees, the companies announced this week. Buy From Florida Sentinel Advertisers bine their talents to pla'Y a major role in the lives of public h
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r Saturday, May 13, 1972 ..., . Fla. Sentinel-Builetin Publishe d e!ery Tues. anil Frt. Celt Both Editions PAGE FIVE AROUND THE ,TOWN By HAYWARD BRADY Arid $0 that time of year is Was of _boxer Jiminy jtist about upon us again when. Ellis now leading his own gospel the Brothers .Qf t h e TamP!l singing group since losing to MuAlumni Chapter of Kappa Alima baiQmad Ali. Believe on Psi .. Fraternity presents it annual the :Mighty of _Joy kwk .. "BLACK AND WHITE BALL., Louis Bost1ck flew m for a few The Kappa Ball is next Sat. night, hours from Atlanta playing. be May 20th at the Armory from 11 hind his ever tough fashiOns. p.m. un(il, formal-strictly blae,k Said a brother .to LouiS; "If -and or white with gentlemen s wallet's as good as your fashions, dress being tuxedoes or dinner brother you're in good shape." .. jackets and the ladies, floor Woody Allen and his Atlanta length gowns, or paqts airline outfit" scheduled for court suits. job date May 15th .. Herbert D. Carrington, Jr. isJames McDaniels of the fabul, Chapter Polemar 'cn with other .. Grove c_ircle going officers being Arthur Mayes (Vice area was telling me bout his re Polemarch), Don C. Williams, Jr. cent weekend stay in Nassau, Ba (Keeper of Records), Samuel h'lmas along with wife, Mrs. Mil Brown (As5 t. Keeper of Records), di'ec!l McDaniels and son, An Rigoberto -Garcia ( K e e p e r of tbony. James and the folks stopExchequers), Wilton Sweeting ped over at the SheratonBrit-St. Matthew 1014 E. Yukon Street Rev. G. E. Edwards, Pastor Odessa Hold.er, Reporter S. S at HI with Mr. Copeland in charge. The lesson was reviewed by the pastor. Morning worshi p began at 11 with Dea Van Wiggws and Dea. Willie in charge of devotioo The No. 1 choir and junior usher board served. The sermoo was delivered by the pastor. Evening worshlp began at 6. The same order of service was conducted. The same choir, and ushers served and the pastor deilvered the mes sage. Holy com. munion was served. Saturday at 6, Y. W. A. will meet at the home of Mrs ; M artha Williams. Sunday morning at 111, the Mission Society will be in charge of service. A special Mother's Day program is being planned for th_!! dcey. . Tuesday night, Hdghland Baptist Ohurch will render service here in behalf of tl_le deaconess board. Visitors are always wel come. Let us visit and pray. for the sick and shut-ios. -Mt. Moriah PB .. (Lt. ;----Ben D. Gr;ffin ish Hotel famed (StrategUS), Robert T b om as Bay St. Among other thmgs menRev . A. L. Brown, Pastor (Dean of Pledges), Marion C. Ca tioned was those Nassau folks M iss Sherrie Williams, Rept. J)rera (Historian), and John W.' thinking he was one of them (a Sunday school will begin at Daniels (Reporter). native citizen) and son, Anthony, 9;30 with the Supt., Deacon R. .-: Active Kappa Brother's Y o u not )Vantirlg to leave his n e w B. A-llen in charge. might know to get yqu "in. friends around the -"Straw Mar Morning service will begin at . the show are: Dr. E. 0. 'area ... 11 with the deacons in charge Dr . Jill be he)d served. The sermon was at :Our church at 6 -The pastor ered by the pastor. Holy comwill administer the communion.. munion was administe1'ed. We are praying for our S . s. Evening worship began at 6. supt:,Mrs. C. C. Sfallworth whD Devotion was led by Dea. is confined .to St. Hop-. fin. The same choir and ushers pi tal and for all our other served. The sermon was deliv-andshut-ins. The welcome sign ered by the pastor. Visitors are _remains -hanging for you to coin,e ... always welCome. anytime. Sanders Chapel Church Of God In christ High\vay 579 Elder Raymond Jackson, Mrs. Willie M., Smith, Reporter S.S /at Sanders Church of God In Cffi.ist w,as opened at\ H with the Supt., Mrs. Evelyp Cooper in charge. All teachers were present and at their posts. Devj)tional services followed with---services being led by Mrs . Catherine. Jackson and Mrs. Willie Mae Smith a"fter which a -strong spirjtual sermon was delivered by the pastor. we are1 in the process of a two weeks revival. All are welcome. Please come and worship -with us: Emmanuel MB 12204 Highlan'd A venue Rev. H. W. Wilburn, Mrs. H. Pittmall, R "eporter S.S. will begin .at the, qsual time. with tn..: Supt; in chal'ge. The pastor Will revie[_ the les,. son. Morning worship will star t ; at 11 with the deaC.ons,in of devotion. The young-adults junior chorU!i, Will fumish: the music, and the junior us)lers will serve all day. ooservance of Mother's Day the mother's board will have -a spe"cial The 'guest speaker 1 will be Reddi!!k, a member of Bliulal\ Church. . ----.... ,/THE -GREATESl.OF CHASE STARRING I ,; .... JQIII Uiitll Rll" fu'( t .t GEORGE monmomERY AND TERRY mooRE wiw <' 1. . .,

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NEW YORK CITY The subof the convocation. was Hunger and more than .. Led by Congresswoma11 Shirley : 1 500 black arid w hite women Chisholm, who chaired a panel on fr.om e very walk of life were on D ay Car e, pandists inciuded band to discuss a n d means Mrs Lillian Benbow, Mrs. lV.Ijr rna -, of ending one Qzf America's Chapmal).; M.rs."lsabell!l .J. Jqne s, gr.eatest scourges at. the Ameri_-1\-Irs. Mary Dublin KeyserJing ;< cana Hot!'il. Miss Georg i a L. Assembled at the request of Bennie Thomp son, Dr ... ihe Black WomE>n'sInstitute, a L. Noble, Miss Lindsa Bain, Mrs. subsidiary of.. the National Couil.Wilhelmina Adams, Miss Con-Jll'egro Women, Inc _the stance E. Clayton. one "daY convocation delega,te!; Mrs. Thelma Dail ey,. Miss traveted _here from as fiu: away W!lma Scott Heide, . as' Texll: !Illhanie Von What was outstanding about Drock Mis-s Rose Morgan and tliis first conference Miss Mr;:;. Esther Peterson. .,wm an annual At the luncheon M1arian hunger 15 Anderson welcomed a bevy of was the cahbre-,of dais guests that included Mrs . woman : -who the mantv Coretta Scott King, .U. S ; ":orkshop panels 'I!he tor George McGovern, .White -list read Who s House aide Robert -J. Brown, women the natiOn. M1ss Mrs. carmel. Canington Marr, :Manon Anderson was cha1rman Ruth Whitehead Whaley, --hlnts ROSALIE SCOTT, STAFF ASSISTANT IJJ1(}/{g PtbRt H .OME SERVICE Make afteiinoml. ori the patio a treat. Serve a warm from the oven Apricot Pecan Bread. It 1 stays moist when you make it with velvetized evap-. 1 orated milk. For more good recipe ideas, send for yo_ur \.copy 'of (Jamation's Easy:Dqes-It 9ookb6ok. Enclose . your name; address and z1p code With to: . ,;Home Se1ivici-Department Carmi.tiori'-C.pmpany . Box 50 RS ... Pi co / AfRICOT PECAN BREAD (Makes 1 loaf) i cup diced dried apricots 2 cups sifted flour 2 teaspoons baking / % teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon salt % cup sugar 'fz cup light corn syrup 'fz cup softened butter 1 beaten egg 'fz cup undiluted Carnation Evaporated Milk 'fz cup chopped pecans Cover apricots with boiling water; stand 20 minutes. Drain. Sift fiour, powqer, soda and salt together. Combine sugar, corn syrup, butter and egg. Blend well. Stir in milk. Add to dry ingredients and mix: well. Fold In apricots and pecans Spoon batter into but ter-ed 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf pan. Bake in moderate oven (350"F.) 1 hour 10 minutes or until toothpick inserted in comes out clean. Turn out and cool on wire Pour Confectioners' Glaze over bread while still_ warm, Serve warm; Confectioners' Glaze: Beat together liz cup sifted con fee tioners' sugar and 1 tablespoon u;1dilut1d Carnation Evap 'Uated : Milk until smoeth. May 13, 1972 ST; PETER CLA VER HAS INSTALLATION BANQUET .. I ,\ The downtown Holiday In n was the .scene of Holy Names Men's Club. Mrs. Th,dma Bonner, an installation banquet Saturday e venin g. The two vice president of the Guild, is seated with Robert groups of officers' from St. Peter Ciaver Catholic Morris1m ; Jeft, and -Father Higgins ; Church Installed were of the Ladles Guil d and the tor of St. Peter Claver, right. Commiss-ioner Lucille Rose, Mrs. : Laujse G. Cowan, ;Mrs. Jpan K. out natllon .. Jeri Warwick, Mrs. Betty Sha. Davison and Mdss Ida Lewis A surprise award was bazz, Manhattau Presi, its in 1005 by presented Jto Mi ss Anderson by dent Percy Sutton, Mis-s Novella the 'late Mary McLeod Bethune, Miss Height as a tril;lute to her : Mrs. Watson, tlie Council has played devotion to the cause. -l'vhss Anna Lord Strauss and a major role in -. encouraging Judge Mary Johnson Lowe. black women to assume leader-Sentinel from Florida Also Miss M-able K. Stupers, ship roles It is . composed of a Miss EleaPor French, Edward coalition of more than 25 national Grayson Dav-is M-rs, Whitney organizations with an outreach Young, Mrs. Pauline Grant, Mrs. to four million women through : -.... ; lsearsr MOTHER'S DAY-{Sun. May 14JJ : GIFT IDEAS! :'-_::: for her \ HAIR DRYER with dual-remote colitrof ., Regular $29.9. 9 26.97' .: Has large inside 4ood room even when hair is rolled on Remote_ tern--perature. control, adjustable height. decorate her dresser . Per:fume Jray. : Sears ::-,. -Price 6.49 . (Not. shown) Gold-color filegiee-frairied .miu_ored tray to decorate. :he r dressing. table and : very useful too: Vanity Aids . Sears _-. BEAUTY CENTER,Sears Price Something she really appreciate .. a select style electric shaver and cuticle set in smartly sfyled case. NOT EXACTLY AS SHOWN SEARS 4-WAY Shop AI Sears And Save SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACk I Sears I SEAIIS, IIOEBUCX .AND CO, Mirror Sears Price 2 '4.99 Lights simulate home, day; light, evening and office lighting. Center mirror flips to magnify. On-o_ff switch. Tampa St. Petersburg Clearwater Lakeland Winter Haven _,, l .''

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Saturday, May 13, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. anti Fri. Get Both Editions PAGE SEVEN -------------------------------------------------------MRS. WELLS ENTERTAINS CLUB The Clerical and Professional Staff held its April the lovely home of l\lrs. Fronle B. Wells, 1115 Grace the business session included the finalizing of plans for for the May meeting ; (linner at the Show Boat. meeting at Street, and the a c tivity The evening was highlighted by a social hour which honored 1\lrs. Lebertha Booker upon her retirement. She received many nice gifts. were Mrs. Rose Duhart, president, Mrs. Jennie Webb, Mrs. Bernice Jackson, Mrs. Altamese Culver, Mrs. Jessie Artest, Mrs. Fran_ kle Minnis, Mrs. Olga Brown, Mrs. Minnie Sullivan, Mrs. Essie reu 1\'Irs. Marie Beard, 1\Irs. !della : Sloan, Mrs. Bessie Lewis, and Mrs: Pearl Coffee. . 1 . TEENirGE TAMPA CONTESTANTS ON TV Young, gifted and black; the theme of the .1972 Miss Black Teeri. age Tampa of America Beauty Pageant, describes the contestants vying for the honor of being crowried Miss Black Tenage Tampa and representing the city in the Miss Black Teenage Florida_. and later in the Miss Black Teenage Arrierica Pageant which is beint sponsored by }J:ai Jackson Productions, -In'c., New York. , Four of the y ounlf ladies, Cynthia Johnsoo, Sybil Mullins, Adrian. Styles and Hannah Nix were guests on the George Michelle 8 TV show last Friday.' Appearing with the contestants ; were Rimix dram' ir coa ch; Sherrell Smith, talent and. Michae l Smjth, sp onstll; l:lnd director. Miss Jacquelyn ._Nickson, dt rector and coordinator; and Mrs. Sybil Barnes were not present for EQUAL OPPORTUNITY. EXHIBIT IS EYE CATCHING WASHINGTON ..:.: subject .is equal toric statements on fair housing in the United opportunity as highlighted in this huge eyecatching States. Studying exhibit, which marks. the exhibit at the Washington, D. C. Headquarters of fourth anniversary of tlu! U. S. Fair" Housing Law,( the U. S: Deparh\lent .of-Housi'!g and Urban De-are HUD empluyees, from left to right, Diann velopment. The display-. spotlights lands'tanley, Delorah Arnold, and Elva Castillo. the TV' 1 : ,. : The Miss Black Teenage Tampa Beauty Pageant is being held in the ballroom of the Tampa Motor Hotel at 6 P. M. on May 28. Tickets may be obtained from Centr:al .Shpe Repair, 2135 Main Street; College Hill Pharmacy, 3503 ?2rig Street; or court legislation action, and his ". ,_Lodge' s { '\ I 1 \ < ; WEST HYDE PARK.':t..ODGE NO, 327. F .&AM is Mona t 8 p ; M . at .the. Odd Feliows Hall, Scott and Central. LILY WHITE L()DGE NO. 197 is meeting a:t 7 P. M. at 1511 Central -: -; I ,..'. MAY Fifteen Chili's 5th Coronall)'! Ball, Ft. Hesterly Armory. MAY 14-Mother's Day sponsored by .. 1\:Iissioliary Society of Hol. : sey Temple CME Church __ , . .. .. MAY Day Tea by Senior of Vine ' Baptist Cliurch, , .... MAY 14,;..-Mo.ther's Day Tea .sponsored by Wee Bankers SoCial Club, : .'. 4 P. M. J, nay' _Breakfast. . by Adamville Church Chur c 'b God in Christ, 5Qth Street, Waffle House, 6:30:. A.l\1. , . . :. _1 -MAY i>ay / Dinner spolisoi:eil by : llolsey Temple CME .. _. 1 :P: M:: ., : -:. \' ... HAY 'Fwilight Tea; New IJope Baptist Church; 300, 5 E. > . .. P M.. _,-.. ''\ on Sickle ::Cell i sponsored by _,,._ Young Matrons of Greater'. 808 Short Emory, , .: S : P ; :lu: ; : .-: v >.-.:: -. VIAY_ 20-'-St. Peter .clayer PTA P,M.. . . -\fA;y !; al\nual Orange Blossom cos : ; : Sf. ; Social .Club's Tea, Rest. Dai, Hois.y . churc;h .. \if\Y. ;Ple!IJ!a!l( : AME Church. QI!Y,1 -Pr, ogress Village. st: :llbl,!:e A],\I:E-_,Church.1 MAY --Anniversan: : Qf .the B & B : :, Society ., .... ::. ''r .: Qay, Trinity Church : ,-. . liAY.' 21-Artists of Toinorl:ow presented by :Eta of .Gamma .' Phi Delta:: SorqritY.; Inn ; 4-6 P :M. Friendly MB .W. L. Webb, Pastor Miss M.iiry :Hosey, s.s 'beg'an. a9:30 with the Supt., Sister Alethea W oo(lbury in charg-e. All teachers were at their posts. The. lesson was vieWea by the.: pastor._ r_ .. .. at 1l:oo >with Deacon Will Jan1es -. and Deacon Wade .in char!f!'! of devotional service. Music was i-endered by the No. 1 3 choirs. tJ sher board No. 1 served. A verY -inspiring sermon wa s de .livered by the pastor,. his sub-..ject '\vas: To The ;Lorq." Holy Cori1munion was. 6b . served all day. Many visitors we1-e. p1;esimt BtU began at 5:30 with the officers in charge. Evening ser-, : vice followed with the same dea-' cons ushers :-and choirs serving. Another wonderful sermon . delivered by the pastoi. Parents pleas. e encouqtge yo.ur from any. of the contesfants. :-. GIRLS CLUBS AJ;tE: 'CELEBRATiNG : The Girls Club of. Tampa are Celebrating a birthday and at . 10 A.M. this J;IlOrnjng 1\'J;ayor Dic k Grec o signe d a 'Prociamation.-:_ This was witnessed by representatives from the Clubs at 1Sl9 27th Avenue, 5408 N. Habima Avenue, and 1317 --chestritit : Stieet : On Tuesday, SOroptimist Club members will be: a:t the '27tl;t. Avenue Center, to get their ':fil :st of the new teen roqj'n: Fiv. e hundred -was. donated by this clUb to decorate and -furni* the room with air-,c'i>nditloner, stereo and -wan. to'wail--carp-et. -Th_e girls antiqued some of 'the to them;. this room is_, real grea_ t. .: ;.: .: . .. -:. .. ., .. -, : 4 P. gir.!s at-each location will hold a candia lighU,.ng ;seF1ce anda:jbirthday party: ._;'. -. :,, : ,: ; Pride;ryin: Day and the : girls will clean up : tfieir : and ,"tru_ck:' \J;i_ ll be-. _haul Fnday Will. be gijmes fun at all and Sa }urday has. Help Mother .Day: .: -, : A - --. The .. personable Mrs. : -J. w.:-'Faircloth is Tampa; s director-,of,_ Girls Clubs, and is to he comme!!de;l for he r-. imtirih g efforts. -r' GAMES WILl;. FOLLOW YELLOW JACKET CAR: WASH. ,' !. __ of 'the Yellow conrluct -: car all daY' Satiiiday :af the diarl'Jond which is i&cated -just JUst School on N. Ore gon The manager; Henry Stroud says this is an .. effort to raise funds to purchase of equiP.ment : : . ; c ,. __ (Cori' t!nued on Page :,_ to come to Sundiiy School. Members ,please forget to visit the sick ; and,e-:shufirs A meetir { g of the (!OLDEN RAVENS CLUlf held --_.. 8 . .. the bo,n1e rs.: Genriie Mae ;. .:-. . .. ;: . ._-. ; ;,_-.. Visitors ate welcome at 'all times. . ,_.,: ,,, ,CqJ}!. a : _,_ evep.mg at 7:30 at the home of .. Mrs, Garda, 27:10. 'Fig_ _ .. .-Lu' ke. A ME Street, to go :to Sf. :Petersburg -Jor I { mei:t1ng with an assoCiate "/:> :111rs; N'eq_ , Re-I . John E. Cary, Pastor Webb and : Mrs. Hattie. wrll ,.pe. 'Celebrant.<;,_, Mrs' Delia Pimienta;-Rept. , and a spegial :WiJ.L . Jollrl_Il}e _Sunday ; sc hool ) bega_.n at : for Mirior:ity fgr { he Sti!te'.' o_f. FlorJda. -usual h91Jr with. the Supt. an,d will also be :.completecj_, }or a : on lllay at teac'hers at their posts. : : - L!!)te in This a{fair : -will: honoi' pattiCipants iri the ret>eil' -. .: Morning service began at;.1J .. ':: ,-a,nd imd is.'jnvitatimial. ';-, :_; : ; ... ; -:with_,' choir No. 1 artrl usi)efs _, TIIE : : 'seivlng: T-he sernion was' tieliy: l'JOMINATIONAL USHERS UNION Will meet:-at. the home -,of Mrs. d b t l t H l .. -La", drie :sm. __ E; :Bu, f fai _ci: Avenue, Saturday-,e,-_eniiig .at_ .-1 i ';iere : y 1e pas or. o y "' -was administered. o'cock. _:. ' < .\'_ :_;\ .: .. 1 : - IIA Y.. :DaY;-Hope 'Bal>. tist Church. .-,. --. .. IIAY Tea; Tyer Temple U. M . Church, 04-7 P M... IIAY 2l-Pentacost Breakfast spoosored by Sr. Missionary Society -..... of Alleii A. M. E., 7 :A. . . riA;Y ,Program, Hood Temple AME Zion VIAY 27-Bay City Temple .No. 158 obsel,'ves 51st Aimiversary at 'The funeral of Mrs. Iriez Ori Tgur11day evep Jng o 'c!ock of. the _NA'J;IQN_Al&, -. derson will be held Saturday at C
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Fla. Sentlne1-Bul1e t1n Publimed every Tues. anti Frf. Get Botb Editions f"'"'"' Safurday, May 13, 1972 -, ------------------PACE fCHT MIRRORS OF SOCIETY 8J BEVERLY ( Ceo.tiaaed frOm Pate 7) The first game of a doubleheader is scheduled to begin at 2 P M. Everybody from everywhere is invited. HOT AND COOL' PANTS DANCE Black and Gold goes Afro on May 27 at the Hot and Cool Pants Dance at the Wildlife Club, 3803 Riverhlll Drive. This affair is sponsored by Theta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fratemity, Inc University of South Florida. Proceeds will be the start of a scholarship fund, and music will be by the Montereys and the Dolls. MOTHER'S DAY TEA . Tbe Mif;sionary Society .{)f Holsey Temple will sponsru a er's Day -SUnciay afternoon. Participants will include Mrs. Relllerta Lollg, Mrs. Do.ssie Martin, Mrs. Elzora Lewis, 1\lrs. Riber Gaia-, er, M . -S. l\Irs. Beatrice Douglas, Mrs. lvet: Mrs. Mar -va Blue, Donna -shellmaa, Pr_llftaee Milliaei-, Jaaiee Bew4ea and Dartene Davis. :BISHOP. BLAKELY, ALLEN GUEST Bishop G Blakely, Presiding Bishop <>f the Eleventh Episcopal District ; COmprising Florida and the Bahamas, also the Sixteenth EpisCopal District comprising Haiti, Dominica Virgin Islands, Winward Islands, Jamaica, Guyana Surinam and the Buba Conferences, will deliver the MGther's J;>ay message at Allen Tem ple Sunday m.ol-ning at 11 o'clock. He wjll be accompanied by his wife, .Mrs ., Vera Blakely, Episcopal Supervisor of the Missionary Work of the Eleventh and Sixteenth Episcopal Distr,icts. 'I"WIUGHT TEA The ladies of New Hope M. B. Church invite you to their Pre-Women's Day Twilight Lawn Tea on Monday evening at 7:30 on the church 1awn. 3005 E. Ellicott Street. The University of South F1orida Chor:IS will be special guests on program along with other local participants. .Mrs. AJJaa L. Adams and Mrs. 1\f) riJe Bruwn are chairmen, and say that tliis will be r a ted one of the most outstanding social events of the season. The attire is conservative formal and semi formal. FELWWSHIP HOUR 1\lembers of St. Paul and friends will witness the second phase of the installatiOn service for the Rt. G. Waymen Blakely on Wed. Jlesday at St. Pahl -at 7:3o P. M. Following thJs Service a Fellow ship Hour Will be presented in the loWer unit of the church. The various boards and auxiliariE!fl of St . Paul are sponsors. Mrs. C : H. MartiD aDd Mrs. C. IL The mas as co-chairmen. Guests-will be greeted by Mrs. .Mary Robhlson, Mrs. 1\lyJ"tle Brown, 1\llrs. J . C. wnliams, Mrs. Deanna Griffin, Mrs. Carol Williams., Mrs. L811isi Datriels, 1\ks. Ewa Pricle, Catherine Major, Mrs. Beatrice Reddick,'l\.lrs JJ:etta-Timm&Dfi, Mr.s. Ella W. Williams, -Mrs .' uella 'ciatke, Miss E4ith' CeUias and Mrs. C.nnie Long. :.._ .:::,..Serving at the will be .Mrs. Fostella .Smith, 'llni. Celeste Mrs. IBez .Sparks, 'Mrs. Ettaei M:. JoBeS, Mrs. Iclllee 'pat.!ftson; MrS:.: Esldle Miles, Mcs. Doris Thomas, and 1\Iiss Ulfstine Thomas. Mrs. Rubye J. Arrington and Mrs, Catherine Quarles will have charge m dinner music . GUEST SPEAKER.. AT MORNING STAR The Rev . Charles l\1. Walker of Haines City will deliver the message Sunday inorning at Greater Mornirtg Star M. B. Church. The public is invited . ATTENDS SORORITY MEETING IN MIAMI Mrs. Pauiine Brady joined her aunt, 1\:lrs. 1\laude E. Jackson in Miami for the state meeting of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority last week end. Pensacola is Zeta's .. Associate Director of F1orida YOU ARE INVITED -Y.au ai:e invited to a free .Mother's Day party Sunday afternoon at .La Union Marti Maceo Club, 1222 E. 7th Avenue. You are also in v ited to a dance hosted by the Ladies Auxiliary on May 20. Tickets are on L. Daveap0t, 21, aJNI Elb Hae Moore, ao; 3501 n.t Street NatkQid G2, 3211 E. BDale, and lAra ,Alae BaisdeD, 3<, 372! E. Sylvester Lee, 66; 2411 18& alllll Essie Mae Evans; 47 !-411 l8dl Avenue; -Fraek 'l'bemas !1, 3336 N. 22nd Street, and Wilma Lyje Brown, to, 3586 ZZIHI skeet Willbm Ttlomas Weem .s, W; M ; U27 Greea St. aad Brenda Joyce Linsey, 16, 91S Green st. Apt. B. . Sheldon llerace KeHy, !3, 3it5 E. St., aRd Janet Marie Dougtas, 22, E. Ellicott. Brov:n, 19, 5007 8Gth St., and Diana Maria Hicks, 17, 8309 Endjve. Elijah Toliver, Drive, Elizabeth Owens, umbus Drive. Jr., 23, 3118 a11d J.\.louise 19, 3118 Col-Friendship MB Cenler of Emma ud. 35th Street Rev. H. M. Murray, Pastor lllrs. Jt. Fleming, Fettt. Sunday school began at 9 :45 with the supt. Deacon Mills in charge. Morning service began at l1 with ehoir No. 1 and u'sihers serving, -BTU meeting was held at the sua! hour with Mrs, Maa:ie 'M<>sleY: in charge. Eyening servi at 6 with cthe regular 0Td1!-r. O!f service. Ho.ly c{)mmunton was ad ministere!'Ul this Sunev. .wJVers, r., astor ....., Mrs. Ola '-f. Goru:alez, ltept. S. S. becan a t 9 :30 with the day,. Mothe r's Day, with Sunday O.n last Sunday the worship 15upt., M : r. Charlie Harris in School at 9:30 with the s.upt. SE!l'vices were enjoyable and charge. All <;eachers were at Dea. Virgil Brooks, in c >harge. nicely attended. :Mr. Clyde Allen their posts. 'I'he lesson was re-Otbe:r officers and teachers sre presided over S. S. Mr. Fred viewed by Rev. c. B. Higgs. Qst. Mu sic Morning servi.ce will begin at offering banner. was render.ed by the No. 1 choir 11 with Deas. Ulmer and The morning and even ing ser-aJld 2 choirs along with the No. m charge of deJJotional service. vices were collltucted in like 1 ushers and stewards serving. 'The No .1 Cihoir and usher bo.ani manner. Rev. Little preached Holy commun ion was. administer-will serve. The pastor will deli both sermons. Holy communion ed by the pastor assisted by the ver the sermon. was admini3ter-ed in both ser-Rev. C. B Higgs and Rev :Ben At 3 p . m. the pastor will vices of the The sick and Johnson The message deli deliver the ann!iversary sermon shut-ins were served in their red b '-h for ..... e N"'. 1 cho1'r of Pea' ce M. ve Y u e }}astor n V homes. The No . 1 choir and Mrs. Sylvia Jones is still a B. Churc h, Rev.-J. C. Goins, usher board served throughout patient at TGH and Mrs. Addie pastM. The No. 2 choir of Mt. the day and also their stewardHudson Swann is in the MediZi oo will -the pastor. esses of board No. 1. The women cal Center. Others sJck members All choir members are reminded of the churcl: putting to-are Mrs. Lucy Knight and Mrs. to bring their robes. gether their ideas for the annual Melrose Brown Sympathy is ex-BTU will be held at the church Women's Day Observance soon. tended to Mrs. Edna Abrams a"nd at 5 with the president, Milton Please plan to attend a mother family in the passing of her lius,l3i.ggham in charge. All parents, and daug-hter' s tea Sunday from band, Mr. Grover Abrams. young people, members and 4-6 The YO'Jng people of the F d t 7 30 th N h friends are invited to come out n ay a : e o. 1 c mr church _is sponsor. We are always will have rehearsal., Please keep and take part in the discussion -happy-to have and welcome visiin mind the "Calendar Tea" Evening service be. gins at 6 tors. h' h 1 \vith the deacons in charg-e of w WI I terminate Sunday, dev-otional service. The same J t S-L-1-m May 21. Pray fOi the sick and cho.ir aod ushers will serve and fUS eeS. UIVIjJJS pS shut-ins. Visitors are always wei-the pastor will bring the mess-Awarded By H(( come age. Remember to visit and pray Hillsborough Community Colfoc the sick and sh.ut-ins. They lege President Morton Shanberg are desirous of your prayers. this week announced the award-The pas-tor's office hours are ing of six HCC Scholar. Tues., Wed., Thuq., 11 A.M. to ships. 3 p .m.; satur-day, 1.2 noon to Receiving the ilxe: 4 p m. Johnaie Mae Williams, Twy4. Bai You are extended a cordial ley; Hillsborough High School; invitation to worship with us' Joseph Baza.rte, Gerald L. Swilat all !limes. A.s our pastor says, ley; Pinecrest High S c hool; "this is the church where everyMerry Christina Marben and body is somebody." Klayton Keen; East Bay High BARJA SPECIAL WASH AND WEAR WIGS $495 School. The HCC tru-stees scholarship pays for two years tuition and fees as long as the student mainains satisfactory progress. I St. John Circle No. 2 1\lrs. Gladys Crews, Chr. Mrs. Etta White Reporter The No. 2 Circle o St. John will meet Monday evening at 6 at the horne of :Mrs. Mitchell, 1213 Kay St. The lesson by Mrs. Stevenson. The las t meeting was heTd at the home of M;rs. Re becca King, l.S24 Arch Street. Friendship Baptist .. 3107 E. Lake Avenue Rev. H. L. D.aDiels., Pastor 1\lrs. Nettie Jacobs, Rept Sunday school at the u-sua.I hour wi1Jh Mr: Gilbert Robinson in of the Sunday church sehool. Morning service began at 11 with the No. 1 cho-ir and ushers serving. The sermon was deli/ vered by the pastor. BTU meeting was held ai 5. Evening service beg'cln at 6 with the same order of se-rvice. The sermon wa s again delivered by the pastor. All activities of the church remain tJhe same. Antioch Baptist Chorda 2902 15th A venue Rev. Alonzo Heath, Pastor The Traveling Stars will render a program Sunday night at 8 at the church. The public is J Greater Star Rev. Lowe, Ading PutmMrs. Lorandy Mannillg, Rept. Sunday scoool began at 9 :30 with the asst. supt. Mrs. E. SJlec.man in charge. The lesson was reviewed by Rev. Lowe. M-orning began at 11 with Deacon I. Sharefield and DeaCOJ:! C. H.a.rrison in cJuu-ge of devotion The sermon was delivered h.y Rev. Lowe The subject of his text was ".God Became A .Man In Jesus." Choir No. 1 and ushers served. Evening servi.c.e began at 6 :30 with the De.a con I and Deacon H Scrivelis in charge of devotion. The same c hoir and ushers served. The sermon was again by the p-astor All are asked to remember the sick and shut-ins. visitors are welcome at all House Saints Of God lh Christ 4216 E. Chelsa Elder Ja-mes Cr.ochran, Pastor Mrs. Minnie Simmm15, Rept Sunday school at Hi withthe supt. and teaehers at the-ir J>Qsts. Morning service began at 11 .with the choir and ushers serving. All missionary ladies are asked to wear white on Sunday. U..ver Prayer City. Band Mrs. Deiter, President Mrs. lola Harris, ReJWrter The Carver City Prayer Band will meet Tue-sday at 11:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs Tom Carswell, 3909 Nassau St. All visitors are welcome at all times. Remember the si.ck and shuf-ins. invited to come P.Jease remem her the sick and pray for shut ins EMPIRE-PAINT The AFRO or FREEDOM WIG O NLY 1415 E. Busch Blvd. 9,3 .. 1811 ... ::--t" '!': .... . .. MANUFACTURING COMPANY 3418 E. 71h AVENUE PHONE TAMPA, FLA. 241-2301 OUTSIDE WHITE .............. $275 gal. 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Saturday, May 13, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Publlstietl every Tues. anCI Fri. Ce't Both Editioni PACE NINE ,: r :. / "I LIKE KASH N'-KARRY BECAUSE IT'S THE EVERYDAY PLACE TO SHOP FOR BARGAIN . BARBARA KING 3710 25th Ave. Tampa < 11----:"_ :o=--__...,;,.,:,...._TH_E_-_a_oM_E_o_F _F!'"""'A_M_ou_s_BR_A _ N_Ds _ __ __,;,..! T ,HESE_ARE THE STORES THAT S ;AVE YOU MONEY Tampa ... 1725 H. Dale Mabry Tampa . . 2205 Ken-nedy Blvd. Tampa ...... 2301 Florida Ave Tampa .. 50th St. & lOth Ave. Tampa . . . 305 W. Hillsboro Tampa ... , Hillsboro & JSih Tampa . . 8th Ave. & 22nd St. Tampa ...... 4101 Florida Ave. Tampa . . Nebraska & Waters Tampa .. West Shore at Kennedy. Tampa .... 1112 So. Dale-Mabry Tampa ... . 4487 Gandy Plaza Tampa .. 8331 Nebraska Avenue Tampa .. Cor. Florida 8r Waters Dade Ciiy . . . . 506 E. Pasco Plant City . 507 So. St. Palmetto-............ 515 7th St. Riverview ........... Hwy. 301 Brandon 911 Brandon Mall Bradenton \Cortez Road W. ol Hwy 41 Inverness : . 803 -W. Main St. Zephyrhills Hwy. 301 & First St. Lakeland ... . 925 Barlow RI_L Ocala. : . 2957 N.W. Ave. St Petersburg. 6095 9th Ave. N. Sarasota .. 3840 So. Tuttle Ave. & Bee Ridge. Road Sl. Petersburg Beach 7625 Blind Pass Road Tarpon Springs 5570 U.S. Hwy. 19 North Pinellas Park 4120 Park Blvd. H. Venice ... 480 Venice By-Pass Largo .. Hwy. 19 8r Ulmerlon Rd. SHOP ANY DAY -SAVE EVERY DAY -Wee Bankers-Club Plans Annual Mother's-Day The WeB-Bankers Social Club is having their amiual Mother's Day Tea Sunday from 4 until 7 p.m. at the Sugar Shack, 22312 N Oregon Ave. Mrs. Ellen Green has accepted the invitatioo to appear as the guest speaker, and Mrs. Dgrothy Henderson will be the mistress of . The club will have gifts for the ... oldest l!nd youngest mothers, and for the first ten mothers bhat will register at the door. They will also be honoring Mrs. Ida Robinson who ha s be-en the oldest mother for maruy' years She is the mother of Mrs. Pearl Franklin and Mrs. Emma Tyler. Included on the !Program will be the Tyler Tempi Ohoirs one-K \X>iiib AtU,:&t:;:;;St: :t::}Mh5@;M; and Two and Tyer Temple Youth .Members of the Wee Bankers Club are. Mrs. Bertha Duncan Mrs. Estelle Vinsoo, Mrs. Mamie Lee Johnson, Mrs Bertha Wilson, Mrs. Sarah Stewart, Mrs. Hattie Mae White; Mrs. Laura 1\-IoQall, Mrs. _Katie Morgan, Mrs; Ann Mars hall, Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Bessie : Sims, Mrs. Ann Gregory, Mrs. Susie Hicks, Jordan and Mrs . Doris Nance. ----Benelil Program For Mrs. Virginia r Parker Receives -College :--:-Scholarships ,, Ada Pearlette Doyle has been given scholarships to the Univer sity of Colorado and Colorado State University. She is -daugh, t.er of Mrs. Yvonne L. J)oyle ,' and The program IS sponsored by the granddaughter of j\Jrs. Ada the Pastor's Aid Board of Mt. B. Ada's education ,career Moriah Church and 1\Irs, Parker'ibegan at Doyville Elementary friends throughout t h e city. Scho ol. She has been selected by Chairmen -are Mrs. Minnie Per the Jolly-: Jells. Social and Civio and Mrs Deloris Washington Club as a 1972 de"'b"utante; sh e of Mt. Pleasant Church. is vice presit!-ent of the Senior On Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Mt. Moriah P. B Church, there will be a spirit of giving benefit program for Mrs. Virginia Parker. The public is Invited. Wishing You A Happy Birthday Council and' actively involved ia student government; active ID First Baptist Church and pa,tici-, pates in the Baptist Youth Fel lowship; js recording secretary ...... By MISS ROSE of the State Baptist Youth Fel lowship Cabinet and a .. member." at-large of Area U Programming Board of the American Baptist of the Rocky Mountain / Region. City 'Wide Mission_ Mrs. A. L. Simmons, The City Wide M:ission _will meet Tuesday evening at ill a1J the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kendricks, 2118 Palmetto Street. Plea s e remember .tl-ie sick and shut-ins. Visitors are always wel ... come 1 is the wife of Willie .and a Blember of Mt Sinai A l\1:-. E., .. Zicn Church. She sings Wlith the \ White Robe Ohoir. J.\{ay .. 12 is birtMay of P'loyd Hunt Jr., and Paul Alexan der Lee. They have a rr.ive
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TEN f'la. Sentinel-Bulletin Publishell every Tues. anCJ Fri . Celt Both Saturday, May 13, 1972 '1 ---------------------.... :1 Views Of Progress ,Village By .mA LEE ,ENNIS Phone 677-1310 --Holsey Temple 3729-North 15th Street Willi.am R. Johnson, Jr., Pastor Rev. Rosa Bryant, Reporter Holy Community Prayer Band Mrs. Laney Stacey, President Mrs. Mamie Bowick, Reporter Highland Bapist Church 3410 E. North St. Rev. W. M. Hodo Pastor Mrs. Geneieve Tripplett, Rept. S. S. began at the usual hour with the supt. in charg e and all teachers at their p os t Dea. Marcella Herds was in charge of devotioo. M.orning worship followed The pastor delivered the-sermon and the No. 1 choir and us hers served. Belated birthday .. greetings to :Miss Alva Linda Anderson who (!e!E!bx:ated her natal day on Tues -day, May 9. Alva is the daughter of Mr. Clayton AndersOn ; 8314 Allamanda Ave The Progress Village "Wilda teenage' team will sponsor a car wash on Saturday, May 13 beginning Bt 11 A._M. at .the playground. The boys '5:\ll wa_sh, wax and clean the in terior of cars. Give the boys 3 -break and have your car cleaned Saturday. Greeting s to Miss \ 'Lisa Green who celebratett her birthday on Wednesday, May 111. Lisa is the ilaughterof Mr. 'and Mrs. Arthur Lee. Green Sr., '8704 Allamanda Ave. New Salein MB 405 No. Oregon Rev. H. Storr, Pastor Mrs. Mamie Coleman, 'Reporter S. S. was opened at. the usual hOur with the supt. presiding Kll teachers were at their post. The pastor gave the review of thP les son. Morning worship devotion was led by Deacs. -1. .,Young Jr. and :1. McClead. The No 1 choir. Im pei-ials choir and the No 1 ushers served. The pastor. deliverPd a .spiritual sermon. We had quite a fe"' visitors. BTU was inspiring Mrs Rnlh ...Eeliha is the directress. N !ghtw,as-the same. The same officers ; choirs and ushers servPd. The p _astor delivered a fine sermon! The Lord's Supper was ad ministered. Please let us not get the sick and shutiri members. :Remember, you are always welcome to any of our services. New Prc;gress Baptist 33M Shadowlawn E. J, Williams, .Pastor Mr. Robert Colem)illl, Sunday school will begin at 9:30, morning worship at 11, BTU at 8:30 and evening worship 'at 1 6 : 30. A musical program will be held Saturday night .at 8 at .the Tne J!Iale chorus from Tami,Jil l:jnd St . Petersburg will sing. ThE' pub-,_iic is invited. The Vohmteers of and' St._ P etershurg are tfie sponsor of this program. Mrs. Mo-\ Ze!la j president : A Mother's Day Banquet will be held Sunday nigh( at 8 at the church, We will be i honor;ng tile oldestand youngest mother. .. Rose Ripply ; chairman; Mr s. Hr,ttf Lewis and Mrs. Mi>zella Jackson, assistant chairman. --Brown lemple Chunh 2314 27th A venue Elder W. W. Gilyar!l, Pastor :Mrs. Katherine J:lardge, Rept. Sunday School bega n at the )\lsual hour with the Supt. in charge. All teachers were at their post. Morning worship be gan at' 11:30. Mrs. Mary Brown led the devotion and the pastor' delivered the message. We were ltappy to have ,Elder Hines with ll!!l. On the sick list are Dea. Har rison Clayton who is in Tampa General Hospital and Mrs. Littie :Bryant who is at home. Visitors re always Tampa Airman Gets "' New Assignment WI CHIT A FALLS, Tex .-Airman lVIichael Kitchen, son of Mr and Mrs. Earnest A. Kitchen of 6026 W. Idlewilrl, Tampa, Fla., has graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex from tl.e U. S. Air Force medical services specialist course conducted by the Air Training Command. The airman, who was trained to assist in the care and treatment' of patients, is being assigned to the 37th Medical, i\IacDill AFB, Fla. for dut;>. Airman Kitchen is a 1971 graduate of Leto High The ladies of St. James AME Church of Progress Village are inviting the public to join them as they their annual W'o men's Day on Sunday, May 2l. Mrs. Marjorie Anderson is chair man, Mrs. Henrietta Bryant is co-chairman. Sunday School began promptly at 9:30 under the direction of Mr. Albert Coleman with the teachers and students in thei r classes. 'l'he morning :services were conducted by the ministers with Johnson in charge, asSisted by the Rev. L. B. Brown First Baptist Seffner and Rev. Sister Rosa Bryant. Mu s ic was furnished by the Rev. W. 'if. Cooper, Pastor combined choirs. Pastor John-Dea. II. Green, Re}l(Jrter son spoke on the subject: "Who S. S. was opened on time Is The Man?" The spirit was with Larry, acting supt. high throughout the service. in charge. All teachers were at Evening services were held at their. post, 'At 11, the devotion 6:00 with the combined choirs was Jed by Dea. Riley and Dea. furnishing the mus ic. Personal Holy Community Prayer Band will meet Monday at 12 at the home of Mts. Bessie Norman. 3005 Star St. All are asked to be present and on time. All are asked to remember the sick and shut-ins. Rev. W. R. Johnson is director. New Hope Choir No. 2 Deacon Ira B. Bruton, Pres; Mrs. Doris C. Moore, Reporter New Ho.pe Choir No. 2, Rev. John Willis Pastor will have pitcures taken in robes immediately following morning worship. All members are asked to please be present. Cooper of Plant City. We also testimonies and Scripture verses had two more deacons from were given during this service Plant City in ,our service and which was enjoyed by all who w e t cation, under the leadershiJn of two visitors from Sp.ringhill ere pr sen .-Mesdames Arleaser Aldridge and Baptist Church of Tampa. On Tuesday, Pastor Johnson Leartis Mayes, met on Thurs-Sooday will be M o t h e r' s joined the ministers and.. lay.: day evening to make plans for D a y and the churC'h will give men in a meeting: with 'Bishop Vacation Bible School and for a gift to the youngest mother C. A. Kirkendoll at Trinity Holsey' s participation in the Na-= present. The oldest mother will C .M.E. Church. Plans for the up-tional Youth Conference which I b coming National Youth Confer-is ,to be held .July 10-14 1 n BJr-a so e g1ven a gift and also ence and the lOOth Anniversary the moth r th h h t ni .ingham, Alabama. e Wlu e Ig es Annual Conference of the Flori-number of children present at da Annual 'Conference were Services Sunday will feature c hurcb service. made. Pastor Johnson was elect-several youths in It special tri-Th h bute to Black Motherhood. Dar-e c oir union will be held ed Director of the Florrda Leadt M h 11 B lene D av is will deliver a spe-a ars a apbst Church next ership Conference whi c h is to be cial paper Sunday. Let us not forget to held in 1973. All are welcome to Holsey pray for the sick and shut-ins. / The Board of Christian Edu-and all of its activities. WITH PROTEIN 1. The Young Adult Choir Union was a great success with a spiritual crowd in attendance, Holy communion was administered at 6 with Dea. Bivens in C'harge of devo t ion. The pastor delivered the sermon. The junior choir will .have r ehearsal at 5 Saturda y. Sunday is women home mission day. Mrs. is president. .The program, "Seven Girls In White," will be presented. Mrs. Clay will be in charge. All other announcements remain the same for the week. Everyone is in vited to worship with us at all times. Let us pray for each' other, Revival Services / The F r e e w i 11 Pentacost:ti Church of Jesus will have l'l!vival services beginning May 15th. Special healing services will also be held. Bishop H. J. Mathis is pastor. / The natural look Is too great to change. And Royal Shield simply glorifies it. Natural slleen. Natural control. Nalural 1 prolein. You gel it all In Royal Shield Blow Out and Neutralizer Shampoo . for the 'fro and natural that want a fuller life. Easy Comb Conditioner for easy new man ageability. Oil Sheen Conditioner the miracle worker that gently holds as you pick and shape Conditioner/Hair Dress does favors for y our natural that nature would like credit for. Holding Spray helps get hair all-together as it holds. Royal Shi e ld and protein work for the natural. Royal Shield Blow-Out Creme and Neutralizer Shampoo lets you go all the w'ay. One mild application and your hair actually blossoms into new fullness. Royal Shield tunis a little natural into everything it can be. Protein En,lched. 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. Saturday: May 13, 1972 Fla. Sentfnei-Bulletin Pn'blislte-d every Tues. and Fri. Get Both ditloni PACE LVEN --------------- 2000 Jlorlh Dale ftlah_rr -- 672 BMCI = SKYLARKS 2 Dr. Hard tops and 4-Dr. Sedans. tit Choice of 12. Starting at . I Madison-Jr. High_ School l -In with the United s.s. beg-an "at the usual time By. Andersan and Beiiy William$' Department of Educati?n . .... __ ....;;:: Tea -cher Corps program and tne pastor.. Morningservice began Nice, Cute, Crazy, Intelligent tions Debra College of Education of Ullliver-at 11 and the pastor delivered and Neat are, just a few of tne sity of South Florida, Dowdell a fine :;;ermon. many words that can SEEING I' SAW Junior High School in plair-Mel BTU beg-an at 5 followed by our junior of 1Jhe week. While Mario Ricks ca me to school City will become a Portal Sclhool evening service at 6. The Spirit. having a chat, with her she listed two days in a rOiw. Betty Wilin Hillsborough County foc the ual Revivals will render a prosome of her favorities such as liams.' washing windows on clean 3 $3367 year 1972-73. gram this Sunday night at 7:30. food, oysters; record, I'll take ypu UP' Mike Mullins wearing Planning stag-es for this proThe public is invi ted The Heavthere; Among her hobbies -are to -school. Roberta Du-til. gram have been conducted with enly Trumpets will render a jiving around and sewing. Mo$t berry. with a coat on _-the .Ill . '7Z CHVy the in-service training -program prog-ram the 3rd Sunday night. of the time you will f fl'ld her m.onth M8!Y: Tyrone 1114 . of Hillsborough County Schools h jiving with none other her .. w1th a Lmda. Thomas hair . '. IMPALAS Hardunder the .-leadership of Jdbn Mt. P .leasant c orus main tights : Betty w., Barbara: cu_rly. Lue An!l bralld tops. Choice of 6. Startilil! LI'zer Directo r Of ,.Staff Develop. 1 E I A d k D., Debra P., Denise F.', Bar-ve yn n w ,o; N at.. ntent. . Mrs. Grace McArthur, -Pres. h rd B b D g bara W., Linda H Lue Ann s lf.lg-. a ar al'a av1s crym -c:::t' $ -3498-'11he faculty of Dowdell has Mrs. Maggie Cusseaux, Rept. and many more. She plans to because she couldn't go the g had several meeting s t9 become Mt. Pleasant Jubilee Ohoru S attend Tampa Bay Tech. libracy. \ . acquainted with this new concept will have rehearsal Monday night 'pi "' of education in the at 8 at the church. ye3r. Oh, 1 / almost forgot to iteu THOUGHT FOR TOD4Y . _ '72 cam. The ,name Portal School is a This choir will also a\l)pear you who she is, she is none other Black is. beautiful and don't; . s d M M : thanDebra Green. Congratulaforget it . _.VEGASllatchback Se-portal, _Qr .. dentt:; ..... -_____ ..,,;. t"' dans. (!hoice 'of Varidy mto he sc 00 system, au \ ,e to atte!ld. .. 1 -l s . ,:-.fl. / h s b I :tll::c o r 4 95 .. P .rayer Ba-nds To : .. eto l!n/()l lg C. OO for the students is to co.nduct ----. a .. y Filer,. lim and. .Ro. s s .. a multi-level teacher education The Ea!itsipe an9 \ l)unrise P..ray; . . --: . -!!.:, ;69 /CHRYSL. ER and training program at the er Band-s wifl me 'et Stmday morn-. school. fug at 5 lit Macedonia M. B. SOUL OF THE WEEK car wash Saturday ; May -13 at. / ( LeBaron 2-Door, Hardtop, ICJllllrch; 3400 Deleuil Avenue. Jive, crazy, sweet, !:)eat, talk. the oorner of Osbqtne and 22nd F u L d'-d' Both bands are asked to be ive,,.;are just a few. o{: the many st. at 11 o'clock . ..., u y oa Ev. angeli'st Prayer Band prese_nt: .are to ,pray words that can deScribe our Soul .Y CAMPUS INFO . : .. .$2 9 a -for thesick and shut-ins.' Deaof the Week. My is":-noile Sam Bro\vn yoii better hurry -II Mrs. Owen5, President.-con Archie Monds is president other than Jacqueline from the .,up' get your together =-: The Evangelist Band and Mrs, Alice Lane, rept. --. bouse -of' Aldridge While chatting cause time waits for no":one. . '71 IMDALA -of which Mrs. M. B. Spivey is fl G wit]) her, she listed some of her -To my ace John Niqhohis ; see a '\"-directqr will meef Sunda'Y morn-orlda ospel Smgers .... favorit.e as 0 Cuban that you have a b9;a ride. ---Hardtop, V-8, ing at s '\ at New Macedonia M. . . sand\lnches and french fnes; rec. Debra 13lton<; Y,ou: niust thip.k t"' Trans.,Radio, .. Heater, B. Churcn, 3400 E. Deleuil Ave. :r'he Go.spel Smgers ord-In The. and m a n y you are girl . o: .' tit Power Steering, fact\)rY Fell()wship meebing of all pray-will, more; hobbies-jiv:ing around and ... Robert -ap,wW.iDsii:)n heard that .. ... A ..... a,_. er bands will be held The public Sunday at at the ha ving a goOd time in her yo"u two fellci'\\!s < were a is Ba.pt Scott St: time you will ino{lt surely riice tiine the / other day' w ashing Rev. C: C. Cummmgs, pastor. her with her main;_ man Ronnie cars, < .. Hfres<.'see you Sunday nig .ht at 8 same Wanser Arti.tmg her -' friends were,_styiWg back' #1 yo!Jr' .. thune .High Rise progra_m will be held at Peter Don-less dress. Jackie Aldridge heard 7":. ,''JO OLDS 98 (Apostlic Cl)ureh, on Ellicott St . na Andfe Annette; Boilpie, and thjit ya w were,. acros{l, . -; Prayer a and' The pu;blic fst invited .. 'By, the way(' Ja_ ck1e tlie from tbl;! bar;? -. '4-Door Luxur.r. sedan. _ N FuUy loaded1 -' M.ra'-, e., Pray.e . -Ban' d '' is better known ,Bi; lady DeVine . TOP -sovrros . :<:., ,.1 ;Mrs : Barbara Green, . I'LLETTES \ .. ---. Ju'B.t. as long U..]. yoy . g -$ 9 8 : Mrs. 1\fild.red Miller, Reliorter . . .The I'llette's is si>onsoring a .,: Walking .in theq ain t}Je The Betliune lflg;h Rise 'Pi>ay_,, Mrs; Sammie Scott, Pres. one you 'loV'fl? _-, '-' '. .: ---er Band Circle M onday evl!n Mrs White, . . _, 1-:: :-:. '.;'69 Olds :Della 88 ing at 7. at tb'e'.Apt. of Mrs. Anna --':fhe .: -. Your 'PrecioUS .. Jove. -.-,, -.. .. s'f:he J . . _y7et .. h.': .. :.,_ .... 7 p :-ea c e, .. s:t .. ( u 1_.:.:. .. '38-43 verse by d ijlder H. Brown. 29th . St .. :Minister ....,_ .,., . 1:1:1 Brakes., 'l1he next meeting will be qn-_.Callhoun Is d1rector. w. T. : -__ . ._ J. _c. \ ''.,.I,_ ... $,_.798 day evening at 7 at the Apt. of 11 ""s M -Satutday:-at' 5 the :No: f _; Betty _. . Mrs Gladys Marsh-all,--.0 602. lnal )SSIOn. will have Sun---Suncfay ,#rill : 1', : . .. welcome. ,. :-.Mrs. Glaays Howard, Pres:. -. day the church will 'With s.s. 9 .. :3Q;-_with the Shpt; Ill . Mrs. Annie Pittman, Repo rter at 9:PQ a.m. witli supt __ m Dea. _Je,!!Sie -< '70 Dlds Della .:18 : Ushers Union No A The Mt. Sinai Mission wm1 lesson will be ._re-worsh11p . . . -.- ... meet Sunday from 4-6 at the viewed by the supt. MOI,"JllD$' 11, With t he 1 chou : 4 -Door:_. -. V-8 ; lbe home of Mrs. r Ltienez Habley1 worship will begin at 11_ with the bo!l::r;d .. -_ Auto; Heat 3510 16th St. Remember the lk!a' cons hi charge a,nd the ser-9-eiiver .. '' / _::: er, Power steering, -0 k d h t' I v 0 b '-'h fOr Sunaay afternoon at. 3 0 clock : c:::t er Factory 'Air! The No. 4 usher boarcl will .. SlCl an s u ms. ISitors are /-mEOJ:t. uue pasb' -'11" be. ' choir. No. 1 Will-celebiate 'thefr 't a > -.. -conven,e S!JDday at 3 8't Gi'eiter we -, venmg W.I gt_n-35th Anpiyersacy; $2598 Star '11he .,.s er_ a_t_ 6:39, devotion J . / :_ .. : r. .. ; -1\ton Will bedehvered by ;Rev. -8 f fl d the '. o. '" : ,.,, -. '. ;, ( Jl;. Ramsey, pastor pf Hood uy, rom. ora a servmg. BTU at 5. _-., I . II chotr. Speclal l gue,st chou ,7 :1 -PO.-.NTIAC' Temple A]\fE Zion Ohurcih. The : 5 ; tin Ad -tt : Mo nig .ht .. tlte -,, .... . .,:. . -,'' -im?.lic is ' en e.-ve tser$ 0 n meet T sday 'n"gbt at' bst Chot,:.O: NO: J:'I" '; .. "':Door Hard / .,.,.. ... : ' SlOP Wl_ . I . burg,. --. -: .. ,. -< ...,. toJ!'i v.;( Ra 7;30, prayer meeting study Evening wQrship 'ia scheduled e ,: .Wednesday ntgbt ?:30, -:for 6 p.m. With the saintl 'Choir . H. bo -'h ' c -. . .. c II' . teachers Th_J!FSday anlj,;.'ushers :;;ernn g . Tlie pastor' / I 5 rou g ; omm u n tty 0 ege -the No. 1 ch<'lll' Will have )herr wilr .. $ :339 ... 8 _, ... -. . rehearsal at 7:30." Two members Monday night after'-.the. I. .kr present O,imings and -weJ;"e a!lded to tb.e. -feUows@,p. 'ijo. ' 1 Wll.l"'-iiPoTi..:J: .. e openings which occur in the very near iuture . If yoa One 'member added _to the aor their mu5ical program have basic secretarial ; ""r relate d you Ch\ll'dh; -a candidate or -B;ip-vatious ehiors from the' city ol : Op;n 9 -may be eligible to -fill of the vacancies. tism. Yoli' are in,vited Jo W()f St. Jtn,'d Ll!\ : ; \ ship with us this S)lllday the us prayfor.'out, 8 ; I ,'IMMEDIATE OPENINGS INCLUDE: . SECRETARY .. : : : . $5,065 .. ... (Short Hand required plus 40 W.P.M. Typing). . . ti.ERK lJPIST ::-.. -$4,1-67 (40-. Typing Required). '-... .. ___ REJ"RIGERATIOif MEtHANIC ) l> ELECTRICIAN .... $7,856 . RECEPTIONIST PBX OPEIATOlf' $4,167 / DIRECTOR OF SECURITIEs Salary Open / . I All applicants or Interested per,ons who would Uke to ... make Hill _s!orough Community Co}Jege their place of Employment 1hould contact: The Perl!oriael Office. Hillsborough C,lleg: e -. 39 COLUMBIA TAMPA, FLA. -DAVIS ISLANDS. PHONE 253-0771 Ask for Mr. Nick Powell An Equal OpportuDJty .E;mployer Church e>f Welcome. sick.anJ. shut"ins. _ : \. :< :,,_ ,:.. ... :.- ..: -.r._; H. L. Daniels is past<>r: -; -, On the pr9gram wilr-;:::_:. _,:, . I . ....... .

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___ _ -.. -. ,!';; __ \ t; . '. .'':) F'OOD ISTA MPS' ' . . -. . 'fi . .. .' .. . . . :=,.1 . . "1\' # I ) ' >.-' . ", ... ,.s .. 1' TH Umted States Department of Ag--::. w111 gladly do Why redeem tt: riculture n _nw issuing FOOD your FoQd Stamps for less than the t )STAMPS to qualified f amilies hi b _est?Shop Winn-D'ixi!' for the best in area. Winn-bixie and Kwik Chek stores -1. Service; 2. Quality; and 3 .. Price. Get Prices May 11th hru May I .. _,...:...._ __. _..w_ -...;! Quantity Rights Reserved are. authorized'to the'se stamps extra savings with Top Value PINEBREEZE GRADE "A" ,\MEDIUM \:'EGGS 4 \ . UIHlMEAT B -LU E TUNA -... Cin : C U-3 IIIII .. -I,. . wlthothlr . ; -With Other Purchases T .HRIFTYMAID. TOMATOES .15 c ._ Can _ ; _:: SAVE 5c -DEEP SOUTH . ' AYONNAIS QL _...,=-2 'With4 9c Other Purc hases Save 10! ALL FLA THRIFTY MAID SOUPS. 0 1 c Can __ io -..... SAVE UP TO 10c THRIRY MAID li 16 OL ui. l sc with other 5c W-D BRAND '\, . . . .. . y . } OSCAR MAYER REGULAR OR BEEF . . Sliced Bologn a : 79c, Sliced Bol. ogna ;: 59,1? /-: SPLIT FOR SAR-8-Qu! OR SliCeD fRESH .. _,, BALLARD OR CRACKIN' GOOD .. Pork Loins .... .. 79c Cann ed Biscuits \, GOVERNMENT INSPE;;'ED. fROZDf _LAMB ' . . ALL VAIETIES EXCEPT FRIED CHICKEN & SLICED BEEF .--tr .r;Ji; / Sh, oulder .... Suppers. OSCAR MAYER REG. OR BEEF FRESH CAROLINA U.S.D.A. GRADE.'A" LEGS, DRUMSnCKS, THIGHS WIENERS 99c F rye r lA lED SNAPPER oR GRoUPER . I . ' -suPERBRAND ' --I [ I . . f\\. . -. ' riCii. rl Ale-! t;. _ ... : .... r ..... l_-- ;, : /,.A ..., . LL 'I .-. SLICED Lb. 49c ni"I\VI\ I SWEET 69c SLICED .. aacoN LB. MARHOEFER cANNED HAMS CANS . & 8 8 ( BEEF LB. '1 FRITrERS 3-0z.Pauies i I> C') tr:l !J:'I'I . rlt ..., -!D en ::I ,... ;--= E.. ;-.... 5" "U c 1:1" = 1:11 t -= "t '--= I g 1:1.0 ., ;L C') d. ... tD 0 -=--... -cr ::I WI .en ..... c .., ::= :: 1111 '< .... .... N

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' -. CHOICE w .. g BRAND" . Bonless .Ottim, Round Or F 'ilu-evt t : -.. -.. STEAK: I -$1' 09 LB. . ...... . U.S. NO.1 -WHITE POTATOES 1oLB. 49(: BAG --. 20 LB. BAG ....... .... ....... ... 19c CRACKIN' GOOD .. Saltines . ; . . SUPERBRAND QUARTERS U.S. CHOICE W-D BRAND Boneless Top Round Sirloin Tip Steak or . "STEAK-U.S. CHOICE WD BRAND .. ,. . !. . . IB or STEAK s 9 I '12 / LB : .,. :>-):' .. )!:.1} ; I $139' LB. . 1 MORTON CREA M HARVEST -FRES.II PJ ES . TOMATO 4 -Lbs. $1 ,. 1-li. 2 9 c 9 ftc, SJ15 .; 59 c e e e e e 1111. Ill. LIMIT 3 AT THIS PRICE WITH OTHER PURCHASES-THRrr=Tv MAID. Grape Juice . 1 Margarine . . s : $1 JiFFY . TROPICAL '' ( Grape J elly ... 2!" 39c LIMIT 4 AT THIS PRICE WITH OTHER PURCHASES -ASTOR Fruit .. : : Corn Muffiil Mix*:*'r::-10c DIXIE DARLING LARGE . , Sandwich Bread 4 : 9 9c DIXIE DARLING "l; i#.'' THRIFTY M.AfD : .. 10" Sw. eet Buns 2 .......... 88c1 .. Gela' tlns 3 ... 25c . -: Plrp. I . e ftp. \ I /. " .. vi ... : :, ... ; .. -'. .. ;':.\." : ssu:a --. II ..... TOP VALUE STAMPS EXTR4 TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS l W' W1TH THSCOUI'ON AN() ,UICHASf Of T ANY fOUl VAIIHIIS 9 LIVIS IP: WITH,,., COU. Q N AND ,UI(HASf 01 3 0 NISTIA LIMOt4 S'aze Of .. l)f CIT fOOl . 4 ..... ..,_ ICITU . 24 01. ,,, Mil. ... .. jar. 17 CANDY 3 6Y, oz fiSII DINNERS Beef 2 lb 2 $ $ 99 lARS 1 Bars 1 TWO -Steabttes ... pkg. 1 Coupon Expire& May 17 Coupon Expire& May 17 Coupon Expires 17 ANY WINNDI XIE OR KWIK CHEK AT ANY WINN DIXIE OR KWIK CHEK A T ANY W INNUIA!t KWI K CHEK iiP cii TOP VlLUE"STAMPS lp,: All.,hu'll.lliJHM" "'""'>fl lf .,., MRS. PAUL'S FISH 23 ot. $ STICKS pk1 1 Coup"" bpir .. Moy I 7 AT WINN OIXI( OR KWIK (HfK ,,.-........ . ........ ..... '1"' BEEF 5 1b $l" PATTIES ... pk1 . Coupo-n h:pite"l May 17 rlt D) -t: D) ::< :: Ill '< ... .... c.o ..:! N ., -D) tn ::s -:; !!. 0, --S" 'l ,..,. "' .,. 10 g. '"f '< -1 c 1ft ::s Cl.i ., !1- = 0 :;. r ca 1., ,> l-f 12:

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PACE FOURTEEN' Fla. PuLiisheCI Tues. and Fri. C-at Both May 13, 1972 ------------'"' ----------. AtJen T eniple AM New Hope MB 1112 Scott Streei Rev. H. M. Nelspn, Pastor 3005 E. Ellicott Beulah, Gansey, Rev. John Willi s Pastor The pastor is grat&ful to all The Brotherhood will meet to-for 'their suppqrt. T.he r e nova-nig ht .at 7:30. All brothers of tion ()f th'e church is movi & g on. the churc h are ask-ed to attend. hope will oe con'lpleted Saturday the men s choru s will b y Sunday. As we all kno_,w our have r ehearsal at 7. Bishp/ the .Rt. Rev. G. Wayman Church "School at 9:30 Sun d a y :Biakel:y : will be here ._ . .. i with the Supt. and all teachers This s . Will begm at the -ir pests. Morning worship at 9: : ao. Everyone. 1s aske_d tg be will f ollow at 11. The de v otion pres e!lt 'C: Rodgers IS S'upt by the dea cons, The No. 2 choir _:Jiofornmg at 11. The call and ushers will serve -and the to wo Fship _by Rev . H. M . sermon by the pastor. son. Rev Leroy. Ke _arny Will as-At 5 BTU. All new members New Salem PB 1605 Nebras ka A\e. Elder R. H. Howard, Pastor Mrs Catherine William s Rept. Democratic Push For More Minority Jobs At Miami Beach sc hool b egan at 9 :3 0 MIAMI-The Democratic Party wi t h the Supt., D ea con Jes3i e wm initiate a full-scale campaign Saulsberry in charge All t e a ch.-, during the next _to improve employment .opportumties for blacks ;md other minorities in Miami Beach ers were at their posts M orning' wors hip begi m at 10:4 5 wi t h D e acon Henr y Semore and D e a con 1\'L C Crawford in charge of de v otion. The N<:>. 2 choi r and s enio1 ushers served. The mon was deliver e d by t he pastor. We had one join e r sions but formal actiGn by the ar, rangements commit jee appears to represent a strong commitment t o treat this _issue as a item. First Baptist Of Progress Church Village_ Rev. B T. Williams, Pastor !Sist The No. 2 chon and u _shers are a s k e d to attend or\entation serve. _The m _essag Q Will be c lal?s. Evning worship at 6 30. , idehv.ered by the b1sh()P . De v.ot ion by the deac ons. The At 3, .the pastor and c o n g regation motored til St. John P.B. Chu11Ch in Cle arwate r to help celebrate the lnatrons 4th anni-Convention messenger Richard Murphy said Friday several inent bla c k leaders including stat e Repvesent a tive Gwen Cherry and Andrew Mus e, the party' s national di r ector of minority affairs will m eet with city business leaders th is week j r{ an effort to lift the local -apathy towards hiring of blacks Services began at First Baptist with Sunda r School witll the supt. in charge. services followed wi t h the No. 1 Choir and the No 1 u&her board and Deacons in of the day' s Services. / ., r ['he same order of .\\?11 saine choir and ushers served. be at '6. All acbvihes A Mother's Day program will _the thel be presented by the mission soSick and i;hut-ms. V1s1t -ors are ciety. You are welcome to wor-welcome . ' &,!lip with us at all times. All men of Allen -are Monda y
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r:-Saturday, May 13, 1972 : Fla. Senlinel-BuJJetiri Published every Tues. and Fri. Both Editions PAGE FJFTEm -----''TO P'! CHOICE U.S.D.A. a E /EF PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU WED., MAY 17 AT All PANTRY PRIDE STORES Nb STAMPS! NO GAMES! NO TIEINS! JUST LOW DISCOUNT PRICES EVERYDAY! All OUR U.S.D.A. GRADED CHOICE WESTERN BEEF IS NATURALLY TENDER ... j NO CHEMICAL TENDERIZERS ARE EVER USED.; .NO FAT IS EVER ADDED! EVE.RYDA Y LOW PRICES! E vERY DAY LOW PRICES EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! GA. SHIPPED-FRESH ICED WHOLE GRADE 'A' FRYERS ... LB. 28c TOP U .S. CHOICE WESTERN BONELESS $ OS NEWPORT STEAK ....... Ls. I COPELAND All MEAT SLICED BOLOGNA ... 631 ECO BRAt-{0 I SLICED ......... LB. 68c TOP U.S CHOICE.WESl ERN CHUCK ROAST ..... : .. ., . Ls. 68c "" I KAHN S SANDWICH SPREAD OR ......... 29c ,; LYKES SMOKED SAUSAGE LB. 94c WESTERN CORN FED SLICED QTR.; LOIN .... I .. LB 68 c TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESHRN ROUND BONE ROAST LB. 98c TOP U S CHOICE-WESTERN T $J29 CUBE s EAKS ............... LB. I l SWIFTS ALL MEAT --FRANKS 1-Ls. 12-oz. 641 .... I. PKG. 84c ...... 1 PKG. t LAN D 0 FROST ALL VARIETIES SLICED M.AT5 .......... 37 / DOUBLE DISCOUNTS! EVE_RYDAY LOW PRICES! y-, EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! GARD:;N FRESH FLORIDA 8 IN 29C ................ TRAY KRAFT' S OR BORDEN' S SLICED COLORED -12-0Z. AMERICAN CHEESE SINGlt::S )'2 STAR-KIST LIGHT -CHUNK TUNA ........... 37c -...._ lARGE GRANGES .... ........... 1 0 FOR 39c EVERYDAY LOW PRICE! U.S. NO. 1 YELLOW ONIONS ........ LB., 9c EVERYDAY LOW PRICE! GOLDEN RIPI BAt!ANAS.: : ....... LB. 12c EVERYDAY LO;t/ PR!CF.! ?A NTRY PRIDE l LB 5 8 POTATO CHIPS ..... ...... c EVER YOA Y LOW PRICE! BEER 12_oz 9 C l OLD MILWAUKEE 6 CANS., KRAFT cHEEsE' FOOD. VELVE ETA . 2 LB. $131 BOX t GOLD 0 CORN OR' SAFFOLA l LB. _MARGARINE .............. 3 6 I T ROPICANA fURE ORANGE ..... 2 CHUNK CHEESE 9-0Z. -LONGHORN ... .......... PKG. . 4 MASTER' S CREAMED . COTTAGE CHEI;SI ..... 36, ... .... ... "" SUNSHINE MUSTARD COLLARD OR TURNIP GREENS ... ................ lSOZ.'CAN 1 /St: RIC ELAND LONG GRAIN RICE ... DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE ..... PANTRY PRIDE CUT G REIN BEA,NS 15v.-oz.l8c ,,,_,,,,,,,,,CAN, PANTR, Y PRIDE GAL. C BLEACH ......... ................. JuG 3' ' /

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PAGE Fla. Sentbiei-Bulletln PublisLeCI every Tues. ani:l Fri. -Celt Both Editloaj Saturday, May 13, 1972 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------OIL COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE IN TAMPA ON TOUR JVDI HAMPTON :It,_ takes just a few minutes of cooversatian with 29 year old Judi Hampton to see how such a young person became a constuner affairs repre-sentative for [J\iobil.OE CoiTl[)any. Judti is in Tampa for fin9 days o.f a 10 citly tour for tlie oil company talking with con sumers through television and r a dio as weli as 'to groups acd orgartiz -atiors on energy and how to save it. She will depart 3aturday. Her extensive traveling is mainly concentrated on the east coast while the other area s are handled by two other representatives. For the consumer, Judith, as she is called by her mother, bas put together a 42 tip booklet on ways of and money. Several of these tips deal with saving gasoline in your car. Judi says; "Avoid fast getaways. "Jackrabbit" starts will overfeed your engine and btim 60 pe -rcent more gasoline than normal driving. She adds, ."when stopping for more than a minute ror so turn off your engine Even a minute's id!fug uses more fuel th'ln restarting. Judi urges that' good detergent gasoline ,and quality lubrican'ts be us ed also as a me a ns of saving gasoline. Slhe added that during her training with auto mechanics she learned that un der-inflated tires and unligned wheels cause yot_tr car to burn n10re gasoline. The St. Louis native off ers iieveral t ips on saving oo air oconditioning and heating costs in the home. Since she joined the firm in 19 6 9 Judi has managed a company spoosored progr-am d es i gned to help y oung musicians in deprived -urban areas, was heavil y involved in a Mobil to help cities in solid waste dis posa l and served as a special advi so r on this subject to former Cleveland Mayor Carl Stokes As young as she is Judi has a widespread background. Sihe is a graduate of Columbia University and began her caree r a s a community organizer for the Congress On R -acial Equality ( CQIRE) in Mis si ssippi. She has al'So taught school there, coordinated voter regtistration drive s and served a s a communnty center director and org anizer for local agriculture_ elections. In 1965 'she became a program director in New York Mayor John Lindsay's Task Force. In 1967 she was named a program --director in the city's Human Re sources Administration Before she began traveliog in her profession, Judi found time to keep up her talent as a modern studying under Luigi, a well-known instructo r on jazz dance, and Martha Graham, an innovator in modern dance. She is also work ung towards a black belt in judo Judi is the daughter of St Louis surgeon Ht>nry E. Hampton, who has practiced there l!or 40 years. Judi was accompanied on the tour by Jean F aritelli, press r e lations representative for Mobil. USF Saxoram. a T o F6ature Black Prof The smooth tone of saxophones will fill the USF Fine Arts Audi torium on May' 15 at 2 p.m. as the Music Department sponsors a. Saxorama featuring the USF Saxophone Choir a n d Professor Hosea Taylor. An assistant professor of music, Taylor his Bac helor and Master's Degrees in music educa tion from the University of Michi gan His working is an amazing -test case in versa tility He served at The Agricul tura.i and Technical college of North Carolina as an assistant professor of music for two years. He also has extensive performIng and recording experience m New York City. Following his stint as an enter tainer, Taylor spent several years as a music therapist working with the New York City Department of Welfare. Then, a reactivated interest in teaching younger chil dren brought him to the N e w York elementary school system as a teacher of winci and string instruments. The ; second half of the program, conducted by Taylor features the University of South Florida Saxophone Choir, an all student group, Highlights of the saxorama will be the premiere of "Quintet" by Lateef and "Five Short Pieces" a composition by music student Herman Burnette. "Quintet" has special significance for Taylor as it was composed by a close personal friend Yusef Lateef of the New York Unive:: sity music faculty. Taylor, him self, did the original transcrip tion of the piece for saxophone Also included on the program are. "Four Fanc ies" by Walker, West Tampa Family Gets Bible Study, Tutoring From Residents Mrs Brim, fourth from left, poses with her group of happy youngsters who are, Robert James, 13; Roxanne, 11; Betty Jean, 6; Shawn,...J.; Lee 16; Mattie J\Iae 15; Mary Peterson, 20; -Mono. !ita grandson, 2; Shelly L11uise, 11; and Dorothy Jean, 14 By SHERLYN ROBERTS Mrs Essie Ma e Brim, 1940 Chestnut who has given birth to nineteen children, has most of h e r time with the care of seven her ten liv-ing chil dren but gathers them around for a i.Veekly Bible study a n d tutoring with their reading The chiidren get assistance with their reading from a group of seventh graders of Holy Names Academy, in response to a request of Father Park of Jefatul.. Father Park said that for over a year he had been trying to get stu dent tutors from a local univer sity, but all were occupied so he asked seventh graders of the academy to assist this family and others who needed help. The Brims live in a two bed room, frame house, with which Mrs Brim said they make do because she does not want tG live in the project area again. The Brims moved into a project when they; moved to Tampa three years ago from Jacksoo, Mis sissippi, and stayed six months and moved out. Mrs. Brim said that there are too many disturb an ce s among the children, and the parents get involved rather than resolve the problems. Mrs. Brim's nineteen children Included two sets of twins. One set was stillborn, and of Choir Union No. 1 Mr. Charles Williams, Pres. IUrs. lola MCCloud, Rept. Oity Wide Choir No. 1 will convene Sunday at 3 at Spring hill M. B. Church, of which Rev. James is pastor. No. 1 will be host. The welcome addre-ss will be given by .Miss Charlie Mae Woods. The public is invited. Church After To Render Service Rev R. R. Jones a-nd members of Ebenezer Baptist Church will render an after service on Sunday night at Holsey Temple C!M\E Church, Rev. W. R. Johnson is pastor. ReY. L. B. Brown is sponsor. "Three Pieces'' by Nelhybel'and "Saxophone Symphoncltte." The concert is open to the pub lic at no charge. the other seven lived to be a week old. There are seven &t home ranging from age three to fifteen. The older children, Mary Peterson, 20, Rosa Lee Wallace, l6, o f Tampa, and John Jr., 18, Lake Butler, are man: ied A three-year-old son, John Jr. had polio. At six weeks o!.d, a daugh ter, Dorothy Jean, had a touch of polio. All other children arc in good health, though Mrs. Brim has a weak heart and is to have no more children. The family is on weifare and gets commodity foods when she can get a neighbor to take her for them. She does not drive. The neighbors also take her ta the grocery store about once a week, sometimes twice to g e t' meats. Although there are teen age daughters in the house, Mrs. Brim does most of the cooking because the girls don't c o o k enough for the family. Mrs. Brim said that she is accustomed to cooking large quantities_ of food because of the nine children in her family. YOUNGSTER GETS SICKLE TEST Nurse Dorothy JVIcPhers1111, left, keeps a firm grip on Sylvia Sirmon's finger to get a bit of blood for a test for Sickle Cell Anemia. This occurred last week at the forum sponsoted by the Charmcttes Pledge Club at the Sugar Shack.

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PAGE EIGHTEEN Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Frt. Both Editions Saturday, May 13, 1972 I Basketball Banter Well its all over including the shouting.' The Los Angeles Lakers have proved to one and all that ther-are the masters in the National Basketball Association. 1 Afer a stunning first game loss the Lakers with Wilt 'T-he Stilt' !in the driver's seat, proceeded to rnanhand1e the New York Knickerbockers in four straight. De ISPite fine play by Goodrich, Mc Mi_!lian and Jerry West, Wilt Chamberlain was the difference. It is true that Kareem Jabbar bas more .offensive finesse than Wilt, but when 'it comes down to. brute strength, DO maj:l .that phiyed. he gan'e cali come close to Chamberlain. < ; Brute strength .is what Wilt uses to get his thh1g done. When the very temperamental Wilt de. cides he really wants to d,o something on the basketball court, there is very ,little imvone can do about it. When Wift wants a rebound he gets it, wh(m Wilt wa11ts a"' basket, he g.oes for the basket with one of his patented dunk shots: woe be unto anyone -to go up' with him. If they grab-., his !ums, they get 1!\ free ride up. ., There has been a lot of specu lation as to what. would have !happened had the Knicks' Willis Reed. 'been able to 'play . For' if Reed had beeri able to play things would have been dif-Too Wants -.. . Much-Joe ferent, but it appears that 1972 was just the Lakers' year and Wilt Chamberlain wanted to play. Another big factor in the series was that the K\1icks couldn't come up with a combinatipn wherein ,they had someone to handle Gail Goodrich. Earl Monroe 'didn't have a chance against Goodrich -and Dick Barnett was no better. Walt Fnizier was sensational, even in defeat, and he did his usual. good job on Jerry West. Fiazier just may be the best all around basket_ball player in the game today. A lot of people d9n't realize it, 'l.>IJt Happy Hairston was a great big. help to Chamberlain on the _boards and he contriliuted greatly to the Laker win Jerry West wasn' t exactly up to par in the series, but he deserved a championship after so many years of trying. Now its the N e w York Nets and the Indiana Pacers in t}1e American Basketball Associa tion. At this -ivriting the series is tied at 1-1. Frankly I really don' t know. enough about . the players to predic t an eventual ,\inner and I have no favorite choice. It should ue an interest ing series though, well worth watching. check the American Basketball A sso ciation series' out and you may like what Y()U see .. .. Browns Select A .lva Tabor CLEVELAND The Cl,ve!and Bro wns this week named f.he first fulltime black coach in the his -YOm(_:: Joe, Frazier was,. tory Q f the National Footb:Jll en incongruous figi.Ire in pink lmit : League club : Says slacks, pink and blue checked Owner Art_Modell said at a r'cws jacket and black boots, a $20.000 .. .-conference that Alva Tabor for-diamond ring glistening fco,m mer head football coach at Sou th-. little finger of his left hai 1rt . ern University, had been hired as That's his hand ari assistant coach. -his hooking hand-and bread arid Tabor will coach the speclalty butte,: were on his mind. units which in the past have heen "Clay keeps saying he wants $6 directed by various members of million to fight me again-that jl:st coaching staff. don't ma'ke sense," the he. avy. Ernie Greeri former Browr.s' weight champion said as. he dis. running back; was the onlv pre cissed prospects of a return .. vious black coach with club. with Muhammad Ali leath!!r He served on a part-time basis anra on .. tbe 2 4th floor of a New several ago after suffering office building. a knee injury which enrl. ed his "!f he wants $6 million, what playing career. docs he think I to $1. : ni: i !ion? He .don't dictate the teriP!!. R -member, I'm chamoion. I'm the rn::m who r:alls the for the lli"Xt fight." \ .. 1n such a position, Frazier was . t
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. Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Cet Both Editions PACE NINETEEN ------Saturday, May 13, 19't.= identification. Ellis became in-as the C incinnati guard did on this with Dock gives me the earnest valved in an argument with 'he occasion," said BrO\ v n conviction that either action is guard, who pulled a gun on thP Commenting on the Ellis' incicompletely unlike him." Brown Ellis, Teammates To Get ID Cards 27-year-old pitcher and :>prayed dent Brown said nothing will m2ke said. Pittsburg h -Pittsburgh Pirate General Manager Joe Brown so:.:id Monday he is issuing identification rards to players to avoid incirlr:nts like one last Friday in which a stadium guard barred pitcher D :.c k Ellis from entering Cinci!:!nc.ti's Riverfront Stadium. The guard refused to El lis and teammates Willie Stargell and Ren"nie Stennett through the players' gate unless they s!":owe
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ACE TWENTY Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri . Get Both Editions Saturday, May 13, 1972 ...., ' .. ;..$PORT AN/C. FlOODS I WHO DONE IT IN SPORTS I :.t'-= ay WILLIAM 0 BETHEL Question: Where did BethuneCookman's head foot ball coach, Jack McCiarien eol!ne from? Answer: Coach McC!arien's WAY TJIE ... JtiJIT WAY home is in Panama City, Ftori-Recentfy I was watching a major league baseball game via da. television and before l! nodded off as u-sual I natieed as I havf! Question: What i s Joe L e wis' so many times lately the many things that have chang ed ln the real narne and where is hi s ori-"" t I gh1al home? game . .Yours t .....; a at more baseball than most people Answer: Joe Lewis' real would realize. I had very good teachers or I say coaches :full narne is Joe Louis Barrow from the time I was th;irteen old and I was taught 'the right and he is. fr om a small town in way ; all the way; coll'eg'e and into-ball. Now I Alabama. notice that so 'me of w great ptay-ers: doeverything wrong. Do you think Flori-BAS . da State University will do as U Rua.& __ .____ well in baslioetball next year as Let us ttaek Babe. Ruth d!d they did this. year? a whole lgt af things. WI'OIIig 1\t the plate, First hls $-l. ance was too Answer: From all indications, Closed. Rutb probably took the stride int6 a pitch of an:y, I Florida State \vm have the replayer in h.istory. :Qis bats Were the longest and heaviest amy sau.rces fol' anather banner year player in the game ever 1'hey were as long as telegraph in basketball. However, any poles and U!ey muen present .day players p!"Obably school has to have more than wou'd have to to the plate be a resources to reach the finals of chance of them them. Yet Ruth hit more home nms the NCAA Tournament two than any other -player hlstc;>ry plus establ!.ishlng mamy other years in. a row. : slugging RUth is probably the mast _figure that Question: Da you kMW o-f any :... played the He i was a ill own time and he black prMess: ion.al bowlers? did lots of things 'lft'Ong.. Answer:. I have heard of pro-Rogers Hornsby choked the bat ha\Fway up_..... and .he was one black bow lers.-but I of the hitters the game ever bad. Paul Warner, another can't really say I know of of the ,game's greatest bitters, held liis with his bands several them. -" inche,s . there was the great b1:1t completely unmthodox Questioft: Was Babe Ruth eve:r; style th.ai Joe Dil\4aggio emplay,ed at the plate. "Jolting Joe" was. a pitcher ih the major leagues? the ido1 pf millions for many; years. Joe's stance was .so wide at Answer: Babe Ruth started the plate it seemed that it was absQlutely im,POSSible. for him,__ to kis major league career as a ,_gel a bat arnund. Yet Joe was one Of the most feared hitters fhe pitcher. Ruth was quite a game ever .knew DiMaggio once hit in fifty six. garnes. and once held the Warld Ser1es Tliis is a : feat no one ever has even come to ; :record for pitching the most Stan ,Musial of recent years with The St . LouiS -car. dinals, had consecutive scoreless innings. a unique stance at the plate. of all when Musial first Question: What .took his stance at the plate he woWd wiggJe ms p6Sterlor like a golfer on the tour hits the longstripper gomg into,-a bump and grind routine.. JuSt before a est tee shots'!' pitch was delivered .to Mvsial he looked like he. was peeping around Answer: I suppose J&fk Nieka corner. MW!ial .was death on pitchers and wotild tear the hide Iaus hits as long a tea off the ball when on ome of hls patented streaks. shot as anyone. George Bayer Yogi I!er_ra of Yanke-e -fame looks like everytmog: a baseball who seems to retired from player. H e 'is built like a tree st\Wlp with extremely short arms the tour used to l'nt the longest aM legs. be ambulates 'he waddles like a duck. In his tee playing days Yogi was almost impossible to believe at the plate. Is Rank Aa:ron from 'From the time Berra stepped up to the plate he continuously waved Birnungham or Mobile, his bah Sometimes he would l!ie in the middle of a wave when a ham a? pitch was delivered. It didn't hOw a pitch was thrown if Yogi Hank Aaron 18 from had liis mind m3(ie tip to swing at it he would swing from the }fobrle, .Alabama. hee ls. Yo gi hit home runs off pitches that were pnctically scraping Do. you thmk an)-the ground. He is probably the on1:y man in to jump off one Wllt hit than ___ 61 the ground to hit pitches way -.over his head and often he hit them fome runs a smgle out of. the park. Yogi had a teammate in Gil McDougald who was e1ue seasof h an. d always just as aw!lward looking. McDougald was knock kneed, slew root ave ed and he looked somewbal like a cerebral palsy victim with a cute locomotor ataxia At the plateMcDougald bad a stanee that looked like he was a model for a comic strip. He. craddled the bat ':in his arms l_ike be was holding an infant baby. McDougald got the -jqb though and he it done well. Neck Ail ... ent Slows Braves' Slugger Aaron-How a,bol,lt breadbasket catches. You C!m't argue with the way Mays' does hi!; pung for we 8\1 Jurow what he has done. The best hitter In today bas a very UDUS\lal way of hitting: Roberto Clemente does what is generally considered a cardinal sin at bat. Clemepte doesn't just step in the bucket when a pitch is delivered he stej!s so fl!f back it could be called stepping ATLANTA Atlanta Braves into a barrel. 'l'hey tried pitching hlm on outside corners but slugger Hank Aaron, now only one be has su.ch wrist action h e pokes the ball to all home run behind san Francisco's fields according to where the pitch comes in. Ewell Blackwell:-, the Willie is suffering from an ex-Cincinnati Redlegs pitcher had a craz.y whip like delivery that arthritic conditi6ri in his neck, but he. came arOund from the third base side with. With this delivery club officials saip Monday !t he was fast and if you -have ever I?layed the 0 game you kno':" serious. that every pitch that comes from th.e third base Slde looks like It is going to hit you if yori are a right handed hitter. Blackwe.U '-, _terrified Natfonal League hitters and once won 16 straight gaines. He soon hurt his arm with his whip like delivery and many a National League hitter was glad. BLACK MOSES THEoRY So now I say what the heck how it's done just get thing d-one. In all sports-I am about to adopt The Black Moses theory. If. a player can scream one 0\lt of the park screiUD on ; Right on brather. 1 QUICK QUIPS Bet you didn't know that Lou Brock has' a brother at Southern University who promises to be jUst as great a baseball player as be is. Lou is also a graduate of Southern U. Had dinner last Sunday with Coach "Big Jim" Williams and his charming wife Lillian. Coach Williams has to be a winner behind the way Mrs. Williams do-es her thing in the kitchen. That stew beef. rice, squash and corn bread she put together kept me out of restaurants for two whole days. This is saying a lot it is a known fac_t yours truly can do a sure enough thing with the knives and forks. According to Mr. Anthony Parrino, top man In The Tampa U. booster's club outfit, Coach Earle Bruce is really going to do IJ great job with 'l'he Spartans this fall. We shall see what we shall see. Local high schools are busy getting ready for the upcoming football seasons. Here's hoping my old side kicks Abe Brown can get j1is Jefferson High Dragons into the thick of thin&s and chances are he will. All of Coach boys will be playing their first varsity season this year but Coach Brown has a knack of getting things done on the gridiron. I never cared much for bar-b-cue of any kind. At the beach was offered a slab of bar-b-cued gorilla ribs by a group of hot -pants and mini kind I know they did it just for a fling. Would you believe it I ate the wholt> darn thing. --------------------Buy -from Rnrida Sentinel Advertisers "The doctors feel it may bOther him periodically," said Donald Da vison, assistant to the Braves pres ident. "He is taking medicati:->n for it and it isn't considered serious at all. "It'll just be a day to-day thing as to ,hen he plays." Aaroh, 38, was checked by physicians in St Louis last weekend and by the team physic ian when the Braves returned to Atlanta on Sunday night. Aaron sat aut Sunday's game against the Cardinals saying "I couldn't sleep at all Saturday night. !tossed and turned a 11 night and even a sedative didn't help the pain. "It's hurting me. worse tha11 ever," lie sajd after Sunday':i game. "l know one thing. -I've got to get some kind of relief so I can get some rest. WHEN READY 'FOR YOUR NEXT SUIT OR EXTRA PANTS See Herb at Allan's 1016 FRANKLIN STREET Phone 229-1261 HERB THE TAILOR wi1l say that recoFds are made "The House .That :Ruth Bu.ilt" to be bFoken. but when he ceased to help the Question: What is "Sugar team the Yankees got rid of Ray'' Robinson's r e al name'? him and his enormous salary Answer: "Sugar R ay's" r e al Jackie Robinson was the idol moni cke r is Walker Smith. of Flatbus h when he was with FACTS AND FIGURES the Brooklyn Dod gers, but w h e n Baseball fans aN over are he began to s } ip the Dodgers atdiscussing the recent revelati on tempted to deal him off to the of the San Francisco Giants New York Giants, theiT bitter that Willie Mays is. on the trad-rivals. Yau could hear howls ing block Most people I hear all. the way to OuterMongolia talking about the s ituation ex-but it made no As it press disap, pa-intment, shock and turned out Robinson decided to oespair that The Giants would retire rather than switch. think of doing st1ch a thing to Whether we like it or not, proone of t he gFeatest p -layers the fessional athletic clubs J lre just game has ever known. that, professional, .they are. in Persol')ally I don't think much the tu ma-ke m&ney and ei the idea myself, hut the o.n1y way t .o. make :money is am I d s appointed, shacked or to w i n despaired: that such a thing has To win, the clubs must have can1e up. the type players needed. The In all professional sports it Giants are really showing bad is a common p ractice for clubs no.w. and need certal'n players .for tO t:rade Ol' S ell tbei11 ex-super certain positions
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i ... ,,. ,...... Saturday, May t3, 1972 Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fr;, Both Editions PAGE Lavon Arline; 4 Tam-p-a-,-. _o_n_e_ U '_nd_e, __ )_f_r-. -Pi.-Rk----Fu'NERAL NO.TICES C.Ynthia Arline, Annette Arli.Jie, Law and wife Mrs. Gectrude : Cleat.rice Arliue ami Sadji Ar-Law; 6 nieces, .Mrs. Lola lJur-. . line ;-father, Mr. Wtllie F. Arh.am, "Mrs. Denise Marie Hose-. line of New York City, N. Y.; boro and husbad, Sgt. Hershel ABRAMs, MR. GROVER CLEVELAND -Fuileral services for Mr. Grover Cleveland Abrams ol '2710 17th Avenue, -who passed away -bl a local hospital, will be hetd Saturday at 5 P. M. at Tyer Temple Ullited MetiMdist Church wth R ev. E. J. Rivers, -Jr., offlciat illg. Interment will be in the family plot Shady Grove Cemetery. SUrvivors are: a devotea wife, )(rs. E1lna 1E. Abrams; a brC!ther la-law, The Reverend Benard Milton Jones; an aunt, Mrs. -Mary Robinson of Ninety-Six, South Carolina; cousins, Mrs. Essie Camp: bell Dean of S(Jilth Carolina and Mr. Louis Jackson and. wife, )Irs. Jackson of Washington, D.-C. and other sotTOwing relath es 8Jid friends; very devoted friends, Mrs. Mattie Butler and Mr. Reosevelt Coleman . A aative of Ninety-Six, South Carolina Mr. Abrams had lived her!! for the past 44 years. -He was also a retired Pulynan Porter. The remains will repose after4 p.m. today (Friftay) at' W-ilson Funeral Chapel and after 10 A. M. Satllrday at the cbui'th' until near funeral time. '"A WILSON SERVICE" AllfDERSON, MRS. INEZ ;EVELYN -Final kibute for the late Mrs. Inez Anderson of 3Ul Lindell Avenue, who passed away l\'!ay 8, will be held Saturday 11 A. M. from Pughsley Cathedral WJth Rev. John E. Cary, officiating. Interment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. A native of Mulberry, Mrs. Anderson was il life-long resident of Tampa and proprietress of--the Anderson Beauty Salon for a number of Y,ears. ,Survivors include a devoted husband, Mr. Ch.arles J. Anderson; step-mother, Mrs. Lillie Sands; brother, Mr . A. Wheeler and wife; nieces and nephews, Mrs. Carolyn MariOn and husband; Fredrick Wheeler Charlotte Wheeler, 'Yilliam A. Wheeler II, and Aaron Lynn Ma:ion; many other relatives and friends including Mrs. Annie M. Payne and former patrons. The remains will lie in state at Pughsley Cathedral for visitation of friends after 5 P. M. (Friday) today until hour of funeral service. The family will receive friends at the funeral home between the hours of 7 and 8 P. l\1. tonight. The funeral c:ortege \vill leave from 3611 Lindell Avenue. PUGHSLEY FUNERAL HO:\IE in charge. ARUNE, MR. CHARLES LOUIS -Funeral services for Mr. Char les Louis Arline of 3414 E. Wil\ der Avenue, who passed away in a iocal will be held Sat-urday at 1 P. M. at Wilson Fu neral Chapel, with Rev. Bet"nnrd Milton Jones, officiating. Interment will be in Memfl'l'ial Parl1 Cemetery. Survivors are: wife, sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Russ, Mrs. Rqseboro of Ft. St.ewart, Ga.; Dorothy Dottie and Husband, 1\lr Misses Brenda Joyce S pain, Thomas Dottie, l\lrs. Beatrice Me Cynthia LeVerne Spain, Hhonda Kinnie, Miss Arline and l\liss Faye Spain, and W.anda Kaye Janet Arline; 3 brothers, Mr. Wil Spain; 7 nephews, Sgt. lie F. Arline, Jr. and wife, l\lrs Ennis and wife, Mrs. Shirl Marilyn Arli.ne of New York City nis of Columbus, Ga.; Sgt. Willie N. Y., Mr. Arthur Arline and James Smith and wife, Mrs. Em wife, l\Jrs. Charlesetta Arline and merine Smith of Ft . Bliss Texas; James Arline and wife, Mrs Sgt. Aeto Johnson and wife, Mrs. Valarie Arline; a host of uncles Beverly Johnson of Japan, Sgt. aunts, cousins and o't.ber sorrow-'Villie Johnson Jr., of Germany, ing relatives and friends. A ita Ron.lild Franldin, G r e g o r y tive Tampan, Mr. Arime livt-d -Franklin and Anthony Sinith ; here all of his life.. He was als(J a h9st of cousins, and se,eral a graduate of Middleton Senior devoted friends, among whom High School. The funeral cor-are Mrs. J(Jhnnie M. Lake. of tege will form at 36413 E_. Gid-Colorado Springs, Colo., and dens. The r e m a i n s will Mrs. Surnelll} Smith of Tampa. repose after 4 .p, M. -today ( F.ri The remains will tepose at tl!e dayl at Wilson Funeral Chapel, Ray Willi.llms Funeral Chapel until near funeral time 'Satur after ..4 :00 p.m. Frit!ay. "THE day. "A WILSON SERVICE" __ F A: M I L Y WILL RECEiVE CRUEL. MRS. LAURA -Funeral services for the 1ate Mrs. Laura Cruel, 3915 LaSalle Street, who passed in... a loeal hospital, will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. from Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church with the minister, Rev. G. W .' Mitchell, officiating. Inlerment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. She was 1 a member of the Ushet Board and a member of Pallbearers Grand Union LOdge No. 86, Mrs. Orie Emziah, Presitlent. She leaves to mourn her passing 11 devoted husband, Mr. James Cruel; a -stepdaughter, Mrs. Penny Mae Donaldson of Ft: Pierce; a cousin, Mrs. Clauda Mae Brown of Hawkinsville, Fl.a.; many devoted friends, among whom 'are: Rev and Mrs._ Raleigh Neal, Mr. and )lrs. James Akins, 1\frs. Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. David Bailey, 1\lrs. Flora Burden, Mrs. Winifred Whigham, Mrs. Geneva Taylor and. son, Mrs. Ella Mae Johnson, Mrs. Clarance RoPerson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheppard, Mr. and Mrs. Michel O Neal,-Mr. and Mra. Samuel Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Squash: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Liim Thornton, Rev: l!lnd Mrs. Charlie Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hardy, Mrs. Niana Esters, and a host of .. other relatives and friends. The Remains may be viewed after 5 p.m. Friday at Ray Williams Funeral Home Ch apel. Arrangements by & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Fu-FRIENDS AT THE FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL FROM -8 PMFriday evening. The funeral Ci>rtege will form at 152t North B Street. Full Military Honors will be rendered by .the Ceremonial .Team, MacDill. AFB. Arrangements by BR.Y ANT & WILLIAM S (Ray Willi:dns Funeral Home). neral Home). S-Sgt. Willian\ F. Frank-2514 Ember Drive, Colorado S p r i n g s, Colorado, passed away at his residence oh May 2, 1972. Funeral services will be conducted S.aturday at 1 p.m. from the Mt. Z ion AME Church, with the Pastor, Rev. Y. Benjamin Bruce, officiating. Entombment will (ollow in the Shady Grove Cemetery. A native Tampan, S-Sgt. Franklin had served in the U.S. Air Force for the past 11 years. He attended local schools and was .a -well known resident of the Hyde Park Community. Survivors indude a devnted mother, Mrs. Josephine Franklin; a son, Billy Franklin; a daughter Carmen Franklin both of Pensacola; 3 sisters, Mrs. Annie Mae Johnson and. husband, Mr. Willis Johnson, Sr.; Mrs. Fannie Mile B. Smith and husband Mr. Andrew J. Smith; and Mrs. Clara Spain and l)usband, Mr. Robert Spain, all of Tamp11; 2 aultts, Mrs. M-attie White of West Palm Beach, Fla.; and Mrs. Essie Stevens of GILBERT; MRS AMANDA -Funeral. services for Mrs. Amanda Gilbert, 2531 Wl!lnut Street, who passed Tuesd.ay evening in a local hospital, will be_'-held Saturday at 2 p.m. trom Greater l\iorning Star M. Baptist Chur-ch with Rev. Willie Hopkiris officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. The body will lie in Stat. e from 2 p.m. Friday to 12:30 p.m. Satqrday at STONE & GORDQN, F U N E R A L D I R E C T 0 RS (STONE'S FUNERAL 'HOME, INC.) for the visitation 'of rel.atives and friends .A nath e of 'Mt. Brooks, Levy County; Florida, she had lived in Tampa since 1931. She was the Mother of and a member of the DeaBoard or' Greater' Morning Star M. Baptist Church. She leaves-to mourn her passing: her devoted husband, Mr. Joseph Gil:. -bert, Tampa; 5 daughters, Lucille WoOdard, .. Mrs. Mae Clemons, Mrs. Helen Jackson and husband, Mr. William Jackson, a:u, of Tampa, Mrs. BarJean Gomt and h 'usband, Mr. David -Grant, New. York City, N.Y., and Mrs. Gwendolyn Woodard and husband, )\fr. Chesley Woodard, Pontiac, Mich.; 2 sons, Mr. Ralph 'Gilbert and wife, Mrs. Minnie Lee Gilbert, nnd Mr. Johnnie Gilbert .and wife,. Mrs. Gladys Gilbert, all of Tampa; 30_ grandchildren; 5 gJ;eat grandchildren; mothel) Mrs. Millie McSwain, .Tampa; a sister, Mrs; Annie Lee William!i and_ husband, Mr. Js.aac Williams, New Yor"-'City, N.Y.;,a 'brother, Mr. Willie Jones and wife, Fannie Mae Jont:s, New Yo.rk City, N.Y.; 13 ..nleces and nephews; a namber of gr_and nieces, grand and cousins; and host o( other sorrowing ,.relatives and friends. Services are being rendered by STONE & GORDON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS (Stone's Funeral Home1 Inc.). MANNS, MR. JOSEPH BYRON (JOJO) -Funeral' services for Mr. Joseph Byron (JoJo) Manns, age 17 of 2701 21st Avenue, wha passed away ill a local. hospital; will be held Saturday at 4 P.l\L at Wilson Funeral Chapel .with Rev. B. J. Jones, In: terment will be in Memorial Pal'll Cemetery. Survivors are: moth er, Mrs. Annie L l\:lartin; steP: father,Mr. Henry Ridlel; a son; 2 .aunts, Mrs. BetJiice and l\lrs. Bal'bara J. -Brown of Tampa, great Mrs. Rose DaVis; 2 great aunts, Mrs. A.D. Terral and il\lrs. Lillen Davis all of Hartford, Conn.; c:.us ins, Nr. -and M!'s. Clarence Odom and : a host of ilther sorrowing relatiYes and frieads;.a ckvotel friend, Irene York. A -native pan, Mt. M&ans had lived here aU of his life ) The remahis will reiose after 4 P. l\1. today (Fri ttay) ., llt Wilson : Fan'ral Chapel, uatil nur fauetal time Saturday. "A WISON SERVICE'. ' -<' MR. WILLIE CHARLES FaJiel'al services for the l a t e Mr. Willie charles Reese ef 7tS Skapay street, Tampa, Who de'parted from this life ia a local v-eterans hoiipiti.l wilt = be lleld at l:flt p.m. Saturday min the. Franklin Funeral Home Chapel' With the Rev. W. L. Webb, of --(ieiating. will be ia the Memorial Park Cemetery di .rectly after the sefvices. T h e funeral cortege will arrange from 703 E. Skagway at 12:-15 p.in. Saturday. The remains will reP-ose at the Franklin Funeral Home Chapel from 4:00 p. m. Friday until near funeral time Saturday. Mr. Reese was a vet eran of World War II and will 'be Military -Honors. Sur. vivors include: a loving-moth er, Mrs. Eula Thom a s of Panllm a City; 3 brothers, -)fr. Walter Reese and wife Dutchie .of Tam pa, Mr. John Reese and wife Helll'ieUa of Gary, Ind. and M.-. Robett Givins of -Panama City; 8 nieces, Mrs. Ruby .Bunts _and husband Nathaniel of Tampa, Mrs. Evonne Wright and h e r husband Don Of Tampa, s. Janice Anderson and her husband Sgt. John -Anderson of Jun. ction City Kansas, Miss Shirley Reese, Mrs. Carolyn Knight and husband Phillip, 1\liss Vivian Reese, 1\fi!i..s Gail Reese .and Miss R!!_ ese all of 3 .Jlephews, Mr. Herman Reese ancl his wife Hester, of T amPa; Mr. Willie James Reese of Neflrk, N. J. and Mr. Richard Reese of -Tam pa; cousins, Mrs. Emma L o u Mobley -and husband !Thomas of Tampa, Mrs. Clinie Webb of' Tam pa, )fr. Azberry Allen and wife of Blakely, Ga. ; Mrs. Eva 'Mos ley af Blakely and Miss L o l a -Mosley of Blakely and a host of other sorrowing relatives and J friends. FRANKLIN FUNE.RAL HOME wiif be. In charge of the services. I SANDERS, MRS. EDITH P. Funeral services for -Mrs. Edith P .' Sanders, 1528, 24th -'Ave., S., St. Petersburg, who passed away last wlU be day 1 P. M. at Mt, "'live Priml tive Baptist Churt.h (308 lOth St., N., St. Peitersblal'g) with Rev. Jeff officlatink. 'Interment wili follow ln Lincoln Cemetery. Mrs. Sanders was I born in St. lersbtirg ancl was .a lifetime resi dent. She was a 196-2 graduate' of Gibbs High S'Chopl and was ployed asa Nurse's Aiae at Co lmiial Manor Nursing D.ome. She Is surv ived by her husband, Mr. Harry L. Sanders;4 daughtes, Debra, Donna, Chenita and Sheila Sanders; a son, Daryl Sar:ders; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willi e (Continued on Page, 22)

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iiiiPiiAiiiiCiiiiiiTWiiiiiiEiiNiiTiiiYii-TWiiiiiiiiiOiiiiiiiiiiiii_iiii ... :a:-'n_d_t_-rt_. __G_ elt_H_o_th_J:t.:_'d_l_tt_Oid ___ May u, 1 Memoriam MEMORIAM FU: N :ERAL NOTIC.ES .. from Pa'ge 21) Moses, all st . P etersburg; 7 Memoriam sisters, l\lrs. Eartha McCree, Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. Elizabeth Gipson ; Mrs. E lois Burney; Mrs. Naomi Smith; Mrs. Francina Grayson;. :;-Misses Beverly and Cynthia Moses; a brother, Mr. Willie Moses, Jr., all of St. Pe te_rsburg; paternal grandmother, -Mrs.Amelia Moses, Plant City; a :-number of aunl s and. uncles in :cluding Mrs. Th eola J. : Hall teacherat_ Glover Schll'Ol anl?i Mr. Robert Hall, prin-cipal of Lincoln Elementary School, both of-elant City; a host of' nieces, nephews and other rel atives and sorrowing friends: Friends may'-call at. the funeral hOme after 4P. lU. CREAL FUNERAL HOME, St. Petersburg, ls iit charge of ar: VlNSON, MR. J!OWARD Funera( services for Mr. Howard Vinson of 3305 34th Street, who passed away in a local hospital will 'be held Saturday at 1 P. M 'at New Bethel M. B. Church with Rev. L. R. officiating. In termentwill be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: a de Toted wife, !\Irs, Evie Vinson; 4 .sister!, 1\lrs. Mattie Lou Byrd, Mrs. Beatrice Cosby Mrs. Mary Carte_ r and Mrs. Clara Griggs; 2 brothers, Mr. Leartis Vinson and .. M t Charlie Lee Vinson and a h"ost of nieces, nephews and_ sorrowing friends. A native' of Eat. onton Georgia, -Mr. Vinsw h a c lived here ... for the pas't 8 year!!.' He was also a member of the Deacons Bmird of. his churcll. T'lte remains wili repose after 4 P .M .today (Fr{day) at wilson Fune_ ral until near funeral time Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICJ!." . Memoriam TAMPA-In loving-memory of .our loved one, Joe Louis Pat'eraon who departed this life May 13 1971. Darling it has been one year ago that you left us. There has not been one day since you left that you have not been thcught of dearly. Your &mile and loving kindness w.ill always be i'emembered a s long as we live. all miss you and -hope to meet you someday. Sadly missed by your wife, Thelma and children Cheryl, Joe Jr., Sonja thP. Patterson and Williams Families. SEFFNER-In, memory of Mr. Robert Everett who passed away on l\Iay 10, 1970. Mr. Simoo F;verett and fam llJ. J Memoriam TAMPA-In memory of Mr. John Perry Reed, passed away May. 11, 1967. Sadly missed by his devoted_ wife, Mrs. Josephine Reed and sister, Lillian Bryant of Dayton, Ohio . 1 TAMPA-In loving memory of our son, Frank Dov.e who departed this life; May 8, 1966. Your life 'a beautiful memory, your absence a silent grief, sleep on in God s lovely garden of sunshine and peace. Sadly missed by father, mother, brothers and sisters. Memoriam TAMPA -In loving memory of ottr dear mother, Mrs. Ruby L. Hall who ueparted this life May 11, 11967. A precious one -has gone, a -voice is still, a place_ is vacant in this home that can never be filled. Sadly missed by your-daughter, Dorothy Mooney; Sons, Willie Hall, !Ur. and Eddie Hall; Sister, Willie Mae Gainer and grandchildren. UNCLE SANDY. SAYS 72,20. It i s the cause, and not the death, 30.49. That ntakes the martyr. 55,33. TAMPA-In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, !\Irs. Essie C. Beard who departed this life, May 11, 1963. She's just ti. e -same today as before She went away. Look ... to Him, believe and pray; Tru&t his word and then obey. Signed: The Beard, Dawsey, Feu and Families. .Memoriam TAMP A-In loving memory of my son, Fred Anderson, Jr. who departed May 11, 1971. God's love. Your absence is missed by Mother, viola Brown; Family and friends. MemRoriam TAMP A -In toYing memory of our brother, Mr. Theorlore (Ted) Robinson, who departed this life one year ago. )\' e mi.l!S you more each day and we'll meet again someday. Sadly misJ>ed br all your sister" and brothers. The Family Card of Thanks TAMPA-The, family ol the late Rev. J. D. George, former pastor of Mt. Carmel, T.ampa, would like to express their sin. "-. cere apprec-iation to their friends,., and neighbors for kindnesses sbown during their hou-rs of bereavement. Special thanks -to Rev. H. M. Nelson and_ wife. Signed: Mts. Emma Warren, Sister. Card of Thanks' TAMPA-The family of A. D. Clark would like to thank all of their friends and relatives for ali acts of kindness during his iJ1ness and Pllssirig. Spedal thanks to the neighbors who stood by us during our hour of sonow. An extension of words can and wlll not' be enough, All we can say is Thank You Deep Within Our Hearts. The Clark Family. Fauntroy' s Delegates Win Sweep In Capital WASHINGTON -Nearly complete returns in / the District of Columbia's Democratic primary gave all of the District's 20 delegates and 15 votes at the party's National Convention to the Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy, the favorite son candidate. Mr. Fauntroy, a former civil rights official, won without op position his party's nomination for re-election as a nonvoting member of the House of Repl'eTAMPA IN g memory of my daughter, Betty Davis departed this life May 14, 1965. A precious one from us has gone, a voice we love is still in our heart. s, a place is vacant in my hll'm e which can never be filled. Signed: Mr. ando Mrs. Charlie Davis and mother and family. -Too Much_, Credit Blamed In I Nonpayment Of Debts credit problems and the consum-er credit industry for submis-sion this year to Congr\ ss and President Nixon . WASHIINGTOIN -Next tounemployment, overextension of credit is the m in reason con sumers fail to' pay debts, according to a survey made public this week. The third rankling cause of nonpayment is i!lnes s, the, National. Commission on Consumer Finance said in announ:cing "preliminiar.y finding s of the bank_ s and finance --. / FOR RE-NT I UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom Apt. Just -Painted. Inside _ "The banks a nd finance companies believe the 'deadbeat' is not a significant factor in the nonpayment of debts," the commission's chairman, Ira M. Mmstein of New York, said_ 9 '18 14th Ave .-, The nine-member Jact-finding commission, set up in 19JO by a 1S68 act of Congress; is preparing a final report on consumer seotatives. The Republican candidate who will oppose Mr. Fauntioy in No vemboc is still in question. William Ohin-lee, a can me'dical doctor, held a 75-vote le ad over the Rev. Jerry A. Moore Jr., a black Baptist minister. Absentee v otes and challenges will decide the winner. Elected officials hope to complete t he Republican vote tally this week. EMPLOYEE ADVERTISING $25 Weekly,--' Plus $40 Breakage -Fee We Pay All Utilities \ Phone: 248-1921-WANTED SOLICITOR Salary, plus commission. Must have auto, neal appearance. Willing to .PPLY IN PERSON ONLY: FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLET'N 2207 21sl AVENUE --I

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BUSIIESS LAWN MOWER REPAIRS. Will pick up and deliver within the limits. Call 248-2580. Ask for Vito or Oscar. HO CREDIT???. Raving Trouble Buying A Cu Because you are sborl oa Credil or Dbwn Payment? l\IE BELP YOU EMPLOYMENT Nation-Wide Consumer Finance Company HAS SALARY MANAGER trainee position. Rapid chance for advancement. Military. obligation completed, automobile, high school education or equivalent requried. VA approved training pro gram. Equal o pportunity employer. Contact l'\1R. EDWARDS, 935 8898. FOR SALE WANT A NEW KOM.E? $200 DOWN, GOOD CREDIT. Call Equal Opportunity Development C9rp. Call 257-3201. I WDT TAMPA $200 DOWN FHA 235. 3 bedrooms, 1-'h bath. VANITY DOMES, tNt; I 109 North Arm_enia. Phone 251 3539. BEAUTIFUL 3 Bedroom benne. Large living room, formal din -FOR SALE Home, and Bungitlelte / $16,000 -ADJOINING LOT available $3,500. of nice homes. Walking distant to fairgrounds Call Lily Guagliardo, Assoc. Office 6337 VACANT PDLIC SERVICE DR. ANTERO B PEREZ M D, GENERAL. l'RACTITIONER announces the opening of new office . 340Zlh 15th STREET P.h 24. 8-l363 AUTO INSURARCE IMMEDIA-n. COVERAGE at ;a cost that correspond to you driving histo)"J. Jack 626-6194; Call Bill Brown -232-4891 .. OR sEE ME Af SUI RAY MOTORS 1 lng room, baths, central wE EXPER-. 1 I IENCED TIN SMITH for full--? Realtor 1 LOVELY 3 Bedrooms CB home In beautiful neighbochood. Ready for occu 'pancy FHA and VA terms available. Mid teens: Call Lou Winn. Office 839-6337 Residence 876-9382. AUTO. 'INSURANCE A. F. KILBiiiDE IRS. 6300 FWRIDA AVE. El!IPLOYMEHT time 2nd Shift .work. Experience is required. In making guards, 243-3054 ./ MOTHER'S DAYBefore and aa 1201 MARION STREET PHONE 223-5531, machine panels, boxes, chute!ll, TEMPORARY -JOBS EVERYDAY etc. Welding experience de-WEST TAMP A sirable but not required. Wages Is EVERYDAY In a home .like this one. Be first to see this CB, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, panel ed family room and modern equipped kitchen. Air condition Ing, of course. Very large I o t beautifully landscaPed. All this for $23,500 with FHA or VA financing. commensurate with capabilities. CORNER LOT, 3 bedrooms, Jlh baths, CB home, and re-I Inc. McGowan Enterprises, Please send resume and salary I requirements to: 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, Fla. room, I c. ftt Co. CKSH PAY SAME DAY. WareboOse workers, unloaders 11nd construction. 6 a .m. thru 11 a. m. an hour aDd up. i CB home, chain link fence, weD Industrial -Relations Manager l\IARY CARTER PAIN!f__;; Plaoite 247-1531 .. MANPOWER, INC. 416 W. Kennedy Blvd. Across from U4iversity of Tampa AVON WANTS TO HELP you send your children to .camp this summer. We'll give you Terri tory near home and show you how to earn extra cash selling S'ERWOOD Medical Industries Inc. P .0. Box 2078 DeLand, Fla. 32720 No Telephone Calls Please An Equal Opportunity Employer FOR SALE HEW .. HOMES our famous products to friend.iy people. You can earn money camp, new summer THESE 3 BEDROOMS, Ph bath! vacation-an in your spare homes are fully carpeted and time. For details call: Tamp:i, have master bedroom!>. -876-32'42; St. Pete. 862-4593; Excellent locatiun and low down Clearwater 442-9656. payment. Call Bill l\'Iorris As-, -.. sociates 877-3964. WOULD YOU LIKE :to. be a Key BOB PINSON, REALTOR Punch Operator? Cal !the Com -238-6428. puter J:.enter for. an IBM inter-i view. -223-2524. .... -. POLICE -::P ATROUMEN $8,452 yearly. H.S. grad. .. Age: 21-30 yrs. Must meet height, weight, and vision requirements: SURVEY PARTY CHIEF $6,489 -$8,070 a year. INSTRUMENTMAN $5,304 $6,489 a year. Starting. salary based on train -lng and experience. Apply: 4th Floor, City Hall . TAMPA CIVIL SERVICE BOARD DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL LAB CLINIC MEDICAL WOMEN FOR trainee as nurses aides, medical receptionists and doctors assist ances. Call 223-3649. $50 DOWN MODERN CE:\'IENT BLOCK 3 BEDROOMS, CARPET, stove, refrigerator, $10,350. P: & I. $68.54 for 360 months at 7% mortgage. DON TAAFFE BROKER_ or 839-1422 LISTINGS NEEDED. IN CHARMING RIVER GROVE ESTATES. 3 bed1ooms, 2 baths; air condition. Financing avail able. Quick occupancy. HAROLD FRANKLIN, REALTOR 879-0561 ROOFER, PAINTER, Carpenter or Plumber -Your labor 011 4802 88th Street can be dow11 payment. 3 bedrooms. Balance at $65.00 per month. P.lus es-crows. CASTLE HOMES. 253-5321. 1 fR! ) BRAND NEW. 3 BR HOME ON YOUR LOT OR SUECT THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF YOUR CHOICE THRU-OUT TAMPA. We'll pick you up for Model Showing. Immediate -occupancy. Stove & Refrig. included, Payments LOW AS $67 Month! Plus $100 Pre -paid items. 360 paymtf. Including Inter est, Insurance & taxes. If your family of 6 has an income of $400 Example: you'll have to pay only 20% of your adjusted income for housing (deducting allowances for social security.) Get details on the FHA 23.5 program today. CALL RUELL Corp. W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 201. landscaped, air conditioned. $50 DOWI PROGRESS-VILLAGE 3 wall-to-wan caf. pet. iUasi see to appreciate. HORTHVIEW BILLS 3 BEDROOMS, 1 bath, carport, chain link fence, large b a c k yard. WILBERT WILLIAMS, .Realtor PHONE 251-4049 RIVERGROVE WATERFRONT BACK YARD is private park on river with boat dock. 3 bed rooms, 2 baths, central air a nd heat. Be a utiful family room living room, dinin g room, -.. Wflll to wan carpeting and custom drapes. Call Ernestine Hyland, AssO'C. 251-2178. "' LA (LOU> WAHL, I NC. 872-9384 . $14,500 FHA-VA SELLING AT APPRAISED value) Concrete block, 3 bedrooms, Ji.ice tile bath, large . ... with modern equipment. Terrazzo floors, feaced-in b a c k yard on a street -_of J ovely homes. I have the key.--:-, CB, AND LOVELY, 3 b e drooms large eat-in kitchen, with buiit ; In range. Central H and A ol course. I have key. Call Isabel Perri, A soc. Office 839-6337. Res. 8i7-6884. TAMPA REALTY,_ INC. -Realtors -FOR REI{T :FO R RENT' LARGE CUSTOM HOMEs I 1 CB HOUSE 4 rooms and 3108 McBerry St. $20 weekly. Call bath. rent CB 3 BEDROOMS, large 1\laster I Bedroom has closets. i 2'h all tile bathrooms. Formal 1 li y ing r9om Florida room, huge I kitchen w /stove and loads of I cabinets. Patio with garden, .. fenced back' yard. FHA $20,500. Call Yoli Calderoni Assoc. 251 6979 or 229-8026. EDWARD VALDES, Sa Time And Stamps Phone Your News 248-1921 FOR RENT BEDROOM unfurnished, stove and refrigerator. 3104 11th Ave No childrea. All utitlities pald. $25 weekly. Phone 258-5151 FOR RENT Clean Paiale Rouses Phone 251-1645 FOR RENT -1tZO E 7th ;'A ve. _, --; -,._ ,.;-"' .., : '.CALL OR SEE c I SIS. BUDLEi' -Phone 231-18Zl -:E. Ave-aue '?--' 4-CUT-RATE I'LUMBtNG c I SOLS TRADIRG POS.T N(LTUB' S $10:s o TOILET SEATS $1.95 SINKS & CABINETS WATER HEATERS WASH __ BASINS WALL CABINETS -_> 3822. E. Bl{O ADWA Y PHONE .. -,.. .. FLA.: :SENTINEL WANJ ADS WORK HARD-.: FUREIIAL amEtrons. __ ;.-_ wu.soHis .FUHERAL HOM. E "Our Busiaesa Iii 243-6125 "1 ,;., --..( P .ll C S L Funeral . :l40! !lllh S'lltEET As lmprc.>sslve as requlrr1 .'. . lliOUSE 3 Bedrooms. 3913 Pal ------------metto St., Lincoln Gar(lens. Tele As lner(leuslve as desired "'iPhones f47-3151 or 24'l' phone 877-3406 5:00 p.m. J SHADY GROVE' -!I' . quested to check the {irst appearance of ads 1 THE CEMETERY for corrections. This newspaper will be re sponsible for only one incorrect insertion, ANY ERROR SHOULD BE REPORTED IMMEDIA TELY CALL 248-1921 -----------------------1 WE CARE FOREVER REMEMBER MOTHER'S -J;JAY. The secopd Sunday in May is Mother's Day. a people it will mean a liappy visit to "Mom's" hous e where there'll be plenty to eat and goOd times for ever.:Ybod3 But for some, the holiday c-an be only a tine of rcmem-.' brance-a time for recalling those dear. memories uf a be loved mother and her boundless affection. [ ' If you have lost that. precio us person you might visit her last resting place bearing a floral gift . There Will ., a moment of reflection a silent prayer : and som'ehoiv she'll know. -. ; "A man ne ve r sees all that his mather has beea. to him till It's too late to let her know he sees U.'' : . 4615 E. HANNA AVENUE TEL. 626-2332

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.&.GE TWENTY -FOUR Fla. Sentinel.Bulletin Published every Tues. anti Fri. Get Both Editioni._ Saturday, May 13, 1972 I . tA GIFT OF COMFORT FROM THE FURNITUr.E f LEADER Of 011 LARMON'S. MOlHER'S. DAY IS MAY 14th . TWO (0MP1ETE TWIN BED ENSEMBlES fiA TURE SOLID fOAM MA . . 3 INCH FOAM MA TTR.ESSES TWO COl\i?LETE F()AM BEDS Two 3" solid foam mattresses. 2 scroll top white plastic head boal'd!l decorated with 5 gold buttQIIS, 2 matching bOlt springs COnl' plete with legs, brackets, and hardware. \ -ONLY FURNITURE KIHG COULD. MAKE YOU THIS OFFER! \. 2 PIECE. SOFA AND', CHAIR I I BEAUTIFUL SPANISH STYLING THIS LIVING ROOM GROUP WILL LIGHT up THE WHOLE HOUSE SOFA MAKES INTO EXTRA BED. CHOICE OF COLORS. WANT EASY CREDIT TERMS1 ARMON 1324 30 E. Broadway PHONE 248-2557 EVERYBODY DOES! THAT'S WHY SO" MANY PEOPLE, LOO K TO LA:RMON'S. .FO R .. : BETTER TERMS THAT MEAN LOWER PAYMQTS liv. ., Plenty Of F R E E Parking On Lot In O f Store .. -.. _your BANKAMERICARD welcome