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. S'l'ORY ON PAGE 3) All The News Sentinel Fit To Print Advertisers Invite YOU AMERICA'S FORMOST SEMI WEEKLY :VOL. 25, NO. 85. TAMPA, FL

PAGE TWO"' Fla. Sendnel-B...Detin Published every Tues. aac1 Frl Cet Both Llidona Saturda,., October 7, 1972 COURTHOUSE CAPElS 1 Poliee reported that M .rs. i.Timmie Mae Bryant, 26, 3414 .E. Lbtng her hushnd, Ji-mmy Lee, 28. The wolll'lan attacked her husband during a domestic quarrel and stabbed him several times with a lmtcher knife. Miss Beverly Moncur, 19, 11204 85th St., was involved in a fist fight Tuesday with an llmknown female and received lacerations over both eyes. The lWoman was still at the location 10f the fight, Main and Albany, owhen a}}proached by an officer and told of the incident that li8iJltl'elled about 21,-2 hours earlifllr. Mrs. Mary Ruth Andrews, 25, 1316 Nassau St., told police that she was at 1638 Locona Ct. and was stabbed by Mrs. Anna Mae Leon for some unknown reason. She said two of them had been joking e ach other prior tothe stabbing and lMr s Leon ran upstairs and got the knife, stabbed her. in the arm and fled. An artery and a main nerve were severed the 11ttending physician reported. hrtlaries Unknown subjects gained entrY" Monday to 2915 N. 27th St., residence of Rossie Willie Robinson, 69, through a \ rear window. Once inside, tlrey-ransacked the house and took a clock radio, five silver dollars, a 32 caliber revolver and a new bathr()he, total. value $ 5 1. The burglars fled in an unknown direction unobserved. Willie Lee Lewis, 28, 4 & 15 24th A venue, reported some unknown culprits pryed the lock on h i s-rear, _door to gai n entry and took a black and white TV worth $35 and a stereo-radio worth $50 then fled tfie scene. Jury Ponder, 84, 1505 Fig St., told police someone entNed his house Tuesday via the front window and ransacked his bed :room. Mr. Ponder reported that only $2.73 was missing and the burglars }eft through the rear door. : lnike... Jr. High, 1125 Spruce St.; was burglarized late Tues day or early Wednesday by un known subjeds. Re:potted as_ missing were five three speed !fans worth $100. Edward Jennings, own e r of Jennings Grocery, 1909 reported the store was br -Jken ante Monday night or morning. $32 cash was taken from a cigar box and an elec tric Jnewr that regulated the beer: cooler which cl,lntaine.d approxiaately $ 7 was also taken. Thefts HaroJd Smith, 39, 208 oak St., ll'epo-rted to police Wednesday tllat he was robbed. Smith .he was on the corner of 22nd Street and Mallory wh e n an uni dentified subject took his wallet, contai11ing 'his driver's license and $20 in ca-sh. Mrs. W ornetta Ann Harris, 28, 2913 28.th Avenue, told police M -onday that someone took her from .her house. "I:he wal let r eportedly contained $ 89. Sometime Monday or Tuesday unidentified thiev-es took a !flash l ight, a man's eap and a to Earl W;U'ti, 64, 3921 Pine Street, from the back seat of his car. The stolen Uems were valued at $12.50. A '66 Pontiac owned by Ken Edward Dudley, 22, St. Pde, was removefl from a ser vice station at 2318 N. Nebras ka A venue either Monday or Tuesday. The vehicle is worth $700. Ro bert Hill, 34, 2109 J efferI!On, was robbed Wednesday after leaving the. Red Top Tavern (Jn Nebraska Avenue. Hi:U a mi!Jl Imife on him :and tock his payroll; chebk :at' Ceil tral Avenu!l .an4 J "75. Th amount" of the check. was not dildosed. Unknown subjects pushed a '55 Cheverolet, belonging to Earliest Wilford Wiiliams, 21, 2908 31st A venue, from a garage at 5101 34th Street to the rear of a building and strip ped it of parts. Taken from the car were, the transmission, worth $175, carbuerator, worth $35 and an ampmeter and oil guage, both brand new and still in boxes, valued at $9.50. Jesse Clemons, 74, 3018 E. Louisiana, told police Wednesday that he was away some one took two social security checks and other mail from his mailbox. The checks, in p rob-a ble amounts of $161.92 each, were stolen at different A man tried to cash one of the checks at Penny Saver, 3202 E. Ellicott. but fled the scene when a clerk stalled him and police. Ernest James White, 21, 2903 E. Osborne, was arrested Wed nest+a'y for shp1iftingat Wool worth, in Eastgate Pla7a, White took three sweaters, placed them in a bag and attempted to leave the store. Hi! was arrested -w bile waiting for the traffic on the busy street; Willie B. Wbite, 18, 3520 E. Osborne A venue; Mary C. Ed mond, 18, 3102 E. No. Bay, and. a 15 year old juvenile were ar rested Monday for stealing mer chandise from Zayre, 2525 Hillsboro Avenue. The girls both attempted to leave the store wearing boots. They a iso took a battery, a cap, and a puff basketball, all worth $21.88. Anne Eugena Bogan, 29 2Hll E. 26th Avenue, reported her welfare check stolen from her mailbox. A neighbor re'portedly two. men take the check from the box at noon and ran from tho scene. Mrs. Almira V. Bogan, 39, 1723 Palmetto, to1tl police that on August 7, a suspect signed her name, along with her hus band, to a loan contract at Avco Fina:nce Company, 4031 W. Hillsboroogh. The loan was in the amount of $445. MiKtllaneoiS Mrs. Thelma Powell, :?2, 2603 Chipco, told police an unidentified man. came to her house 5:30 Wednesday and demanded to see her husband. He was told the man was in bed and he pul -led his gun and threatened to shoot him, then left. )Us. Iverstine Harris, 24, 3604 E. Wilder, reported to police that an unidentified man into her house about 11:50 Wednesdar night. The suspect fired six rounds from his car, then left. He later returned fil't!d six additional rounds, :fled in his car. Elijah Chatman, 22, 40 Wal nut, told police that Jones, 110 age or address known, pulled a gun M1 him at 3520 Os born-e Monday, The man fired the weapon toward the ground, then fled the scene on foot. Bethel AM Chureh 1012 Laurel Street hv. F. L. G .iDbns, Pastor Mrs. 'Reath.a Williams, Rept. s. s. began at 9 : 30 with the supt. Mr. B. S. Proctor in charge. Morning service began at 11 with the pastor in charge. Choir N le _to raise Senior Assistant U. S. Atty. In9re than $2,500 for bail. Under William James Jr. opposed the .federal procedures. the accused bond reduction, saying Rodriguez -must pay 1.5 per cent to a bondsis suspec :ted of being tbe major .. man or $15,000 under the former drug trafficker in the Tampa Bay bail. COUNCILMAN .OUT ON DRUGS:-AND:-Kif)S _. The usually mild mannered and that. were interested themselves. soft spoken member of the City Friday 'night I om e Council, Joe Kotvas, a former pO-. o.er 1:\el:e and piCk lige .. to He cited the fact that the failstand but with renovation to bring ure usually come at an early them up to par. The cleared prop age when the parents are seemerty, will supposedly be used for ingly too -busy to give the chi!-apartment complexes. dren the attention and guidance What does this mean to Kot-they so desperately need. As organizer of a young peovas? He hopes that cleaning the pie's group called the Triton Ca-place up will somehow push the dets, Kotvas faces these prob drug addicts out and stop or cur lems everyday, "You know," he tail the heavy drug. traffic. said, ''I tried to organize t h e In addition to h i s tedious young people in West Tampa and schedule as a counCilman, Kotget a couple of the parents to -v.as manages to find time to work work along with me and 1 couldn't for children and against drugs. find a single one who was willHowever, the busy father of ing to spare the to help ."' two, quickly added that he al That plan failed but Kotvas ways reserve enough time for his didn't put a stop. to the. few boys family. 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Sa lut"d ay, Odober T, 1972 Fla. PuLiished every Tues. Frr. Get Both Ed itions PACE THR ---------------------------------------------------SEFFNER SHOOTING DEATH LINKED TO NARCOTICS death of Clarence Deablo Deablo, 38, Rt. 1 Box 126, Seff ner (Joe Ebert Road) was sho t numerous times in the back at 3':30 a.m. Saturday morning when, according to police he went 'Jutside his trailer to what he thought was a prowler around the place He was pronounc e d dead on arrival at the hospi tal with 10 bullet wounds in his body Youths Main Street Shooting Su.rroundiing 'B 1 .ruta! 1 :ty During the investigation Sheriff's detectives learned that Deablo was one of this area's largest narcotic distributors and from this it was deduced _that the motive for the shooting was narcotics that a high school student followof surgery ed them to the alleyway where Favors said he learned that InBarney was shot. t_!!rnal damage of the bullet wa& Simpson was booked for being done when the officer s jumped on disorderly and Suggs for breach the thin youth afte r he w a s of peace and drunk Charges were felled from the shot iri the side. dism :ssed against them WednesThe Center is staging a march day morning. Crawford is due to Sunday afternoon in front of the appear in court to hear c harges of pool room on M ain Street at 6 profan i ty and resisting arrest. P.M. to protest inteferen c e by poOtha Favors, h e ad of the Center lice and other authorities with the For A United Bla c k Comcenter's campaign t o organize munity, said Barney is program black youth coordinator for the c enter and is Barney according to Favors, Ml1-jor Salla said apparently Deablo and the person who killed him were engaged in drug trans actions. Detectives ha'l'e been as signed to conduct furhher invest[ gation into the shooting and check out severai leads that the sheriff s office on the suspect. a deeply religious young man. Fawas like an evangel'st. He would vors said rumors had it that Baralways stop on s r e ets to lend a ne y had died but said that he is fellow' brother a h e lping hand and in a improved cond i tion at Tam try to lead him in the right di pa General following seven hours rection C LARENCE DEABLO Major John Salla, head of the Hillsborough County C riminal D Funeral services for Deablo w : ll be held Saturday at 3 at Mt. Angry and upset 1people in tha We.st -Tampa area told the Sen tinel Thursday that the shoot ing. vision, said this week that the investigation of his office so far shows p o indication of a "rip job" in connection with the shooting Moriah P. B. Church with Franklin Fum!dal Home irt charge of arrangements of Paul Barney and the incidents surrounding it. was a cJear cut case of police brutality People in the area of the Zanzi bar and Bexley's Pool Hall o n Main Street spoke their opinion on the actions of the police dutjng the Tuesday night. POLICE-GIVE T 'HEIR ACCOUNT ON SHOOT'INCi OF BLACK YOUTHEverette Plu c k Simpson ; 22, an emplo y ee at Bexley's ; said he A g ain the blaek community is .A crowd of about fifty people was one of the four persons ar-f aced wit h the questionable shoot-had in the area and rested before the shooting Simp iug o f a young black by a were shouting obsenitie s at the son said he had just lelt the Ace off: J c d "0 Lounge on Albany and went to th e m a n :The victLm, twentytwotcers. tmmte ra.w1or "' Alb 1 d f Zanziba r where he saw, Jessie Y ear-old Paul B arne y is in :W:U2 any, was s mg e rom h d d b 1 d Suggs 24, a friend of his. Simpguarded condit ion ir.r the inten. t e crow au. was etng Pace 1 h s son s aid he knew Suggs was drunk si v e care unit of Taffilpa Gene 1n :the car a ong wtt tffilpson and v olunteered to take him home ral Ho s p ital. and Suggs when there was a Pluck furth e r said that he and The onfi c e O pl. G Kee-gan lol!d crack and O pl. Whea n y re. d f 1 t.. h ld Suggs were wa l king along Main w'ho alledgedly suffered an 1 n !pOrte e e mg patn m ue s ou ed h h d .d S t re t toward the pool room when Jured s hould e r at .t_ he hands of et". H e relat t at e 1 n t ... a P reported. tha-t e Simpson. off d : uty by hisattending phol room Suggs ; :M, 1:1112. North A1bany ; coming out of the alley before the officer returned. stag g e ring and stumibling on the The officer reported he spOtt ed What happened next is confus, "d tk f ,.,;..t of Bexley's ing ior both young men. Suggs 8 1 EIWl\ In rvu the fleeing man and ordered him ii'Qol H a ll 2NI4 Main St. He stop to stop .but he continued running said when he knew .what was go. ped. hi s car and was about to ing on he wa s being boclijy thrown place Sugg s in it when a second toward Keegan. Keegan then fir e d into a poli c e vel:!icle Sill)pson rn a n, Eve r ette Sim, p s on 22, w alkonce hitting Bamey in the ches t. then ins ide the pool room said ed up and told I;Iim he d idq" t Officer : Roy Gaddis arrived and the pol i cemen came iil and drag have t o arrest the man, that reported that Barney and Keegan ged h i m out s ) de causing him to h e would take ,him hom e, just were struggling over the weapon -bun! h i s arm on a cigarette ina a few block s away. and he fmlled his revolver anclc hine At thi s time the o ffi cer re-, vrdered Barney to halt. B y t his time a group or people Wh. l th ff" b e ga n milling arolmd and somep o r te d that S uggs b egan to re-I e e o tcers were In pursi s t arres t and he had 19. strugsui t of. Barney Crawford who one hit an officer with a pool 1 d b h f One y outh Johnny Craw. g \ e with him. He _then I:ad io e d was re ease Y t e o ficer when f ord 20, 19l 2 Albany, admitted for a backu p. unit and officer struck ran into Bexley s and Fry Ga!1y Kee g an and Opl. R B; rear followed Fryrear repor ted that-he began yelling at the po-. lice because : he felt ::they were Wh eary arrived to a s si s t that he struck Crawford with his u si ng too much f orce in subdue Upon the arrival of the other night s t ick in order to make him ing a drunk and .a small framed unit, S i m pson ran into Bexley's cease resistance He also said man When one officer started a n d started to arous e a crowd that hedidn t think he would be to Crawford for profani ty the oficer reported. One officer able to take the man out beca l s e t h e y ou t h res i s t ed by striking the. followed him in and a struggle of the, crowd of about twenty offi cer with his hand During t h e f o llowed with SirriiJ>son being s ubpeople inside were closing in on fraca s Crawford was struck abov e due d b y the offi c e r and being him. After striking Crawford ; h e the le f t e y e with a night stick placed under arrest for disorderstopped struggling and the crowd The wound r equired several stitch l y condUJct. moved away and Crawford was es These t hree yout h' s do not kno w The Miller Biktel _Of Tampa 1325 W. CASS ST. PHONE 251-9511 BICYCLE-Repairs on all makes. Pick up and De livery. for all occasions-by lha hour or day rates. TRUCK-May be loo large bul never too sn\all to haul. what happened next hecause they were taken to jail. The policeme n !istesJno e v e witnesses to t h e a c tual shooting but i t wa s learned carrie d out J e ss i e Su gg s char. g e d w ith !;>reach o f peace and be i ng drt,mk. and Everett e Simpson char ged w it h being disorde r ly were arre!lt. e d but were releas ed t h e juq ge su s pended the i r sen t en ce in cou r t J i mm i e C rawford howe ver, was c harged wit h profan ity a nd r e sis ting arre s t and h is case was continued until O ct ober 11. ; : f. t; til (ollins A. M'iller, Prop. Barne y has been charged w ith ag gravated ;.tssau lt w ith a de ad l y weap o n ( pool cue ) which i s f e lony and Major Di amond said his at t a c k o n the offic e r justifi e d the shootina. Lt. Norris. Charles Relaxes At. Home With Family,_ Puppies SAN DIEGo Lt. J G Nor ris a Navy pilot relea s ed from a N'orth Vietnamese prison camp, finally was home today to relax with his f amily play with his puppies and enjoy this "mos t beat:Cul country -On his release frorr ( aalboa N a val Hospital Monday Charles t a U newsmen he was well treated fed as a captive of the North Vietnamese. He said he was no t brainwashed mis t reated den i ed medical care not given spec ; al t r eatment because he i s bla<;k which are good"_ You miss an thes.e things And I would have to 'i'in i ssed Amer_ica.: -------Charles said he plans to spend t i me with hi s plga, who went t o H anoi to meet him and his daughter 3. I had 11 puppies but now I have 10 pupp i es, he said "I'Iri looking foz:ward to, s_o i ng home and playing with those pupp ies; playing with my daughter and being with my wife Charles said he does not pla n to join anY groups a t least while he serves out his 'it Charles said POW's are g i ven three meals a day breakfa.;; t of a half loa f of bread and sweet milk lunch of fish or. meat and a vegetable or soy bean sub s ti and supper of the same foods plus fruit or cand y mainin g year in the Nav y, declined to discuss politics. he said I am comm itt-ed to c:: J all i n my power to bring my fel low prisoners of war home 11nd tha t will be when the war ends." "When I en t ered the war I be lieved in my count r y and still do," he said "but I have don e more thinking The war should be t erminatE-d as soon as possib\e,'' he said but he has not turned against the United States When I left this country there were many prob l ems. When I returned Yet be lieve me, America is a most beal t iful country I inissed my wjfe my daughter, my dog, my car, a ham!m:: ger, but I think what you don t realize i s an the things t\:te iittle t hings tha t you don t recogrli z e don t e veri pay attention t o.' "And there are ma. ny of Work consists of sw eeping and raking, he said and for recre'l tion the pri s oners play bask e tball or volleyball cards and chess and give each other lectures on individual skill s su c h as a butch er might tell us how to cook s teak You create things to 1\C cupy your time Asked about the ot prisoners, he said that. even those who had been captured years ag'l appeared to be in "generally 'lV erage condition." He said the North V i etnamese gave the prisoners boo,ks on Viet namese history and "books pui.J lished i n America on the war ... philosophy, American philosophy atld stuff like this and you a r e able to draw 1yo)lr own conclu. sl

P AGE FOUR Fla. Seatinel-Bu11etin Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both E&tiona Saturday, Odo;'ber 7, 1972 Published every Tuesday and Friday by Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin Pubo lisbing Co., rJ.07 Twenty F irst Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33601. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Founder and Publisher C. BLYTHE ANll REWS JB. Executive Editor SIMON Vice PresidentProductiOII J MRS. CRUTCHFIELD Vice Presldeat-Soeiety JOHNNY JACOBS Vice President-Advertisla' HAYWARD BRADY Vice Presideat-Public Relatioas Second c lass postage paid at Tampa, Florida SUBSCIUPTION RATES $ 1!.50 Per Year Oae Etlitioa. $12.50 Per Yen r Both EdiUeDI. Bahamians Say Now July 10, 1973 will be ou:lepeodence day in .the 700-island Ba hamas, says Prilne M inister Lyn den 0. Pindl:ing If thing s work out that way it will be a great day for the 180,-000 Sahamians, Pindling' a Pro Liberal Party and for people everywhere who believe in !!elf-determination for lit:tle na tions as well as large one.. Grea t Brita:in has indicated it will not attempt to block inde pendence in the Bahamas, which it.a people showed they favor in overwhelming numbers in the re cent election. Though scattered across miles of small islands, 90 per cenit of the nearly 57,071 registered Ba hamians cast ballots. They gave Pindling and his PLP 60 per cent of the v01te and a lopsided ma jority of tthe 38 assembly seats. The opposition Free N a 'tional Movement party bad argued tha: t the Bahamas were not yet ready for that its econ omy 'that depends on tourism and foreign investments-would be hurt and that 'the country's de fense could 'be jeopardized by cutting ties to England now. These are the 'type argu ments exhibited in many areas of the world whenever a predomin antly b lack nation Sleflk a irulepen,. dence. Such paternal ar,guments are also used in the figh;t for equality among blacks in Amer ica. But the Bahamian people tihowed the dep1th of their dea-ire for independence and the ex tent of !their faith in Pind)iinc. and their other leadership through 'the democratic-process. The Bahamian people walked in the foots,teps of other people throughout the world. Seme of the fears expressed by the doultt-. ers were used against independence for Trinidad, Guyana and Barbados, all of whose successful bids for nationhood came during the decade. The lea.ders of these lovely islands want to rid themselves of colonialism and have proved themselves wise enough not to make the kind of drastic chances S()Dle f ear mean economic disaster. On the 01ther hand, there will have to be changes as Ea.hamians move into areas of the .. h are reaponsibilities and wea)th w ilthout regard to race is the goal the Bahamas is moving toward. We-feel sure they will reach it sooner through independence. Higltlancl Baptist 3410 E. North Street Rev. W. M. Bodo, Pastor Mrs. Genevieve Triplett, Rept. Sunday school began at the u s ual hour with t he supt. in charge. Morning service began at Jl1 with the deacons i n charge of devotion. The No. 1 choir and ushers served. The sermon was delivered by the pastor At 3 the Junior Choir at the J C. Young Adult Choir U n io n wa.s held at Morning Star M. B. Ohurch. Evening service began at the usual hour with the same order of service. !Holy communion wa-s administer-ed. Sunda y will be Women s Home Mission Anniversary Day. On StUn day night the pastor's anniver .sary will begin The follo t wiog will be appearing on program each night: Sunday night, Rev H H. Douglas, pastor of Saint James of Progress Village will be in charge; Monday night, Oak Hill M B., Rev. E. Bentley, pastor; Tuesday 11ight Springhill M B., Rev James Scantling, pastor; Wednesday night, Friend shi P M. B Church, Rev. H. L Daniels, pastor; Thursday ni.ght, First Union M. B Ohureh, Rev .J. Tompson, pastor ; Friday-night, New Jerusalem M B. Churc h Rev. Foster Garv in, pas tor; Sunday at 3 E i benezer M. B. Church, Rev. R Jones pas tor. AM other announcements re main the same. All are asked t o remember the si>C' k and shut ins. USF Sets McGovern Nixon Debate Monday The University of South Florida Speech Department will sponsor a debate on the question: "Should George McGovern be elected President of the United States? this Monday, October 9 at 7:;}() p.m. The debate will be held in the USF University Center Ball room. The publi<: is invited. Simpson Untreberge r form e r Philadelphia criminal defense at torney and member of the sy lvania Bar Association, will s peak for the affirmative. Mr. Unterberger is presently Admin strative Vice President of theW-G Development Corporation in Flori da Mr. P aul Saad will take the opposing stand in the debate Mr. Saad is a partner in .the Tampa law !lrm, of C ar1ton Fields, Ward, Emmanuel Smith and Cutler Af ter the formal debate, there will be an open question and answer discussion period monitored by the guest speakers. Banquet Otunh To, Kickoff Anniversary Members and friends of NeW' Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 2511 E. Co lumbus Dr., Rev. B. J. Jones, pastor, are preparing for the 70th Anniversary of the church to be held Sunday all day. A banquet has been planned to kick-off the ce l ebration. On Saturday night, October 7, at 8 p. m., mem:l>ers and friends &f New Mt. Zi()n wiU gather at the Sweden House No. Dale Mal!>.ry, f & r a banquet: The speaker_ se le cted for the occasion will be Rev. Isadore Edwards of Friendship Baptis t Church, Ft. Myers. Rev Edward!! is also the state presid.ent o f th e NAACP Sumner J Wilsen will be toastmaster. Plan to at t end. Save Tilne AN Sta.ps Phone v our News country' s upper strucltu:re once felt the private reserves of a p:recious few., A 'socielty in which all c:iiizena-': .. Plant (ity Views By Evelyn Williams, Reporter Phone: 752-1283 We who search and never find the answers to our questioning minds, on our logi c and shallow skills, unwilling to trust in the Father' s will Allen Chapel AME Church will hold its last quart erly conference for the year beginning Friday night at 7:30. Presiding Elder W. M Roberson will then hold his busi1less session All reports are due from each board and auxi liary of the c hurch Sunday school will begin atthe usual hour and 11 o'clock services will conclude the quarter. The youth depart ment of th.e church will be in charge Rev. R. W. Warmack is the pastor Our sympathy goes out to the first lady Mrs. Ullie M. War mack and family in t he loss of her brother, Mr. Sammy Lee Bronson of Orlando Funeral ser vices were held Wednesday Oc tober 4. Mt. Moriah M. B.. Church will observe their annual Men's Day program, Sunday, October 8 Ev eryone is inv ited to come out and worship together Rev. T. Jen kins is the pastor. The ;Epsilon Beta Zeta chapter of Zeta Fhi Beta Inc. holds their meetings the first Saturday of each month in dif ferent homes This month's meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Geraldine Berry of Horton Road, Bealsv:Ue. Mrs Louvenia Knighton is the sorority president Mt Olive Baptist Church will hold a revival meeting starting October 17-25. Rev Derring is the pastor. Hillsborough Community Col lege, Plant City Campus, located on Park Road is now open fur classes. There are several bl a cks enrolled in the college Many classes are offered to students. The City-wide Choi r and Usher Union was held Sunday at the Freew ill Baptist Church. Rev. Smith is the pastor The spir itual extravanganza was honored to have present Mrs. Doroth y E Harmon, running for the sen ate seat, District 21 and her cam paign manager, Tracy Collins. They were warmly received. Mrs. Harmon delivered a short, three minute speech which aroused the attention of all present. The C ity W i de Choir and Ushers Union is held every first Sunday from dif ferent churches in tile city. The Plant City Voters League is asking all interested person to meet with them at the St. luke M. B Chur c h on the corner of Warnell and Haine!'i Streets, Mon day nights at 7:30 Mr. Joseph Barnett is t he president. Mem bers of the leaguP. are encourag.: ing all registered voters to take more concerned action during election time. Even though the sec 0nd pri mary voter turnout amon g blacks was considered exceptional m0re of us need to think and act upon our better judgement. For a s a man thinketh so is he A n1an is literally what he thinks; hls char acter being the compl ete 5ource of all his thoughts 70th .Anniversary At Mt.Zion The New Mt. Zion M. B Church, 2511 E Columbus Dr., Rev. B obby J. Jones, pastor, will celebrate their 70th church anni-. versary all day Sunday, O c tob e r 8. S. S. will begin at 9:30 a. m. with the supt., Dea. Virgil Brooks, in charge. Other offic ers and teachers are expected at their posts. The review of the lesson will be by the pastor. Morning service comes to order at 11 a. m. with Deas. White and Fort in-charge of de votional service. The No. 1 Choir and usher board will serve. The New Salem Baptist 1605 Nebraska Avenue Ekler R. H. Howard, Pastor Mrs. Catherine WiJlia.ms Rept. Sunday sC'hool began at 9 :30 with the sup[, Dea. Jessie Saulsberry in charge. !Morning service began at 10:4!5 with the dea. coos in charge of devotion Namely WiUie Brown and Harold Moon. Ohoir No. 2 and senior ushers served. A very good sermon was delivered -by the pastor. ;PIBW meeting began at 5 with !Mrs. Annie M. P i okn,ey m charge. iEvening service began at 6 with the same order of service. AnQther g ood sffmon was delivered by the pastor. lVf 's. D avis Mlal!IOings of As bury Park, New Jersey was a mong our vEsitor.s. This Sunday the rites of ba.p. tism will be adm'inistered by the pastor. At 3 the No. 3 choir will s pon wr Pew Rally. The public is Let us all remember the si ck and shut-ins Visitors are welcome at all ti-mes. (hoir Union No. 1 Mr. Charles Williams Pres. Mrs. lola McCloud, Reporter Chow Union No 1 will m e e t Swlday at 3 at Mt. Moriah F B of whi c h Rev. A. L. :&own is Choir No. 1 will serve as host Miss Kathy Sherrised will r w.el come a9di:ess. The public 1n i\ed. pastor will deliver the message. At 3 p m. tJhe Rev. Y. jamin Bruce pastor of Mt Zion AME, Hyde Park, will be the guest minister. His deacons, choir, ushers and congregation will accompany Rev Bruce will deliver the ann iversary \Sermon. R ev. Jones asks that all auxi liaries of the church be presen t in uniform promptly at 3 o'clock. N o evening service will b e 1 hel d Ushers Union No. 4 Mr. Nbert McKen s ey, Pres. Hermia McCalister, Rept. Ushers Union No. 4 will con vene Sunday at 3 at Hood Te11Wle A M E Zion Ohurch of which lR.ev. L H. M 1 c i Gill is pastor. The sermon will be d e livered by Rev. Long, pastor of St. Matthew M. B. Church. The public is in vi ted. City Wide Mission Mrs. Eddies Wils1111, Pres. Mrs. A. R. Simmoas, Reporter The City Wide Mission wiU meet Tuesday at 12 at, the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Gillin s, 11 0 7 Chestnut St The last meeting was held at the oome of MTs. Lovie Clark 1553 Main St. Re member the siek and shut-ins. Visitors are welcome at all times. New Hope (ltoir No. 2 Dea Ira B. Burton, Pres. Mn. Dorill C. Moore, Rept. Choir No. 2 of New Hope M. E. Church, Rev. John WilJi.s, pas tor, will have business meeting' Monday :night at 8 p. m. The president is asking all members to attend. Business of impor tance. Sunrise Prayer Band Mrs. Sammie L. Scott, Pres. Mrs. Tom .mie M. White, Rept. The SUB:rise PT'!lyer :Band will meet Sunday morning at 5 ail the home of Mrs. Lanle Stacy, Wlifl Ohelsea St. Elder iL. W.ilUams, Director.


5artur day, 7, 1972 Fla. SenUnei-Bulletrn PuMlshed every Tues. and Frt Get Both Ediitionl PAGE FIVE WEDDING BELLS SOON FOR Dorothy Ruth Lyes; daughter of Mrs. Catharine Lyes, and Mc C askill, II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Rosby) McCaskill of Carver City The grand mareh will take place at Mt. Zoin A M.E. Church on Kissimmee and Idaho Streets, 5 p.m., Oct. 14, with re ception following ceremony at Southwest C ommunity Center. JETS Seems the Golden Hawks Mo torcycle Club out Jackson Heights way troubles are caused more from the not too legal noise and parking of cars and trucks than from motorcycle riders. The wri ter feels the club members can work harder to help with this problem, which would perhaps lead to a peaceful settlement with the surrounding neighbors Fred Williams and Darrf'll Moore star football players from Dixie Hollins of St Pete, were talked with as he took a Whlsperjet flight out to Tallahas see to be among guests and pros pects of next year's FSU football team. Some of the writer's young friends and ex-Lincoln Gardens basketball team members, E-2 lerome Thomas a d Jimmy "Frog" McCaskill are now enjoy lng military life at the Boston N a val Base Another young buddy, 'ivuette Bunermon, is auigned to Naval base in California The young fellows said they're proud and glad they got off the where the hit song by Cnriil Mayfield tells all the real hep-kats, 'n pushers, that they're JIJJt like Freddie And "Fred dle;s Dead 8ome one mentioned Mr. Henry Brown, one of the directors of the ''.Philiplans Gospel Singers" and more recently selected as Gospel 'Pi6iram director at WSOL-Radio, u being Monroe Jr. High's top Majj} Instructor. Former Tampan and singer lamea Nabbie is due In soon along with his "Ink Spots" vocal froup for a week's appearance at the King Arthur Inn on Dale Ma Nabbie former leader of the "P'our Turnes," is the brother of Mrs. Edith N. Meteye of Winnie Street. Was sort of a surprise learning Miss Frankye Berry, one of the city's most outstanding English teachers for many years at Mic. dleton Hi, has retired from our school system. The writer feels more recognition a n d honors should be given this lady who helped so many youths. BETTY JOYCE BARNES Just found niece, Miss Betty Joyce Barnes is a "Bethune Cookman College Miss Alumni" candidate Those were some de licious and beautifully prepared AROUND THE TOWN By HAYWARD BRADY dinners sold Saturday by the B ee Tampa Alumni Chapter at Rose Valdez Settlement on N. AI oany St While t alk ing about good eating among recent guests at cocktail party-buffet dinner given by nice people, Robbie and Lillie Gard ener, at their Palm Ave home. A community landmark. ALDINA BROOKS TAMPAN OFF TO FRESHMAN COLLEGE YEAR Miss Aldina L Brooks, '72 grad of Plant Hi, is now attending Lewis Univer sity, Detroit, Mich D!na 's" the daughter of Mr. aa_cl Allen (Naney) Broob, 1106 Nassau MUs Brooki" also a member, Beulah Baptist C hurch, :Rev. A. Leoa Lewrer, pastor, with hob bies of cooking, music and dane lng LIKE FROM: THE MUSIC SCORES, "LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORE_D T H IN G", OR "Love's Much Better, The Sec ond Time Around," ex-Tal_l'lpan Harold Young saa:-player-vQCal ist with the Bobby Felder Blues Notes of D.C., flew in from D.C. arid he and charm lng wife kissed 'n rnade up after nearly eight years, and are now getting set for drive to new lov e and life on Capitol Hill. Guess I'd just add best wishes to the new, reneVily weds. Noticed .n_IQ}DY "Red" Smitlt former Middleton HI star athlete and son of our Mrs. Smitb Lily White Grand Assembly offi cer, has mpved up to Service Con sultant with the Royal Buick aut o firm on Buffalo and Dale Mabry, Jimmy started as a mechanic SORRY TO HEAR OF THE ILLNESS OF MRS. ESSIE MAE REED, dynamic civic leadet from Central Park Village who reportedly suffered a mild heart attack last weekend. Hope Mrs Reed is well on her way to re covery while recuperating at home MISS SYLVIA MARION, one of our former Miss Bethun e Cookman C o 11 e g e" graduates who more recently received Mafl ters Degree from Atlanta Unive! sity, Is reportedly a member of Peace Progressive 2628 E. Lake Ave. Rev. E A Todd, Pastor Mrs Lorene Calhoun, Reporter S S began at 10 with Mrs. OlHe Toss as supt All teachers were at their post. Rev Brown review. ed the lesson Morning service be gan at 11. Mrs. Todd and Mrs_ Bold were in charge The Adult Choir and the No. 1 ushers served Rev. Brown delivered the mesage. At 6 :30, evening service began with Dea John Evans and D ea. Booker Varnes in charges. Rev. Brown preached another fine ser mon. The same choir and ushers served. Holy communion and washing were administered On the sick list is Mrs. Thomas Please visit her and t!le other sick and shutins An appreciation program will be held Oct. 29 at 3 The publi c is extended a warm welcome to worship with us. the Sociology staff of HCC. Syl via's the daughter of lifelong family friend, Mrs. Althamease Marion and sister of star Miss is sippi Valley College footballer Tony Marion and Miss Irma Mar. ion, who moved back to Tampa from Calif. recently JOE KOTV AS, first Tampa C !ty C ouncilman an d ex-policeman dropped by to say he s come by my Lincoln Gardens home many times since being elected, but 1 wasn't home cause my car was gone_" Guess Mr. Kotvas forgo t 1 only have one "short" 'n three family members drive it. Any l way, would like for the young City Councilman to know that "honestly", I like, and respect him, just as much as I do any other white person, or politician. POPULAR WEST TAMP A GENT BEN CROSS, was talked with the other day and learned Mr. Cross originaily hails fr.)rn Daytona Beach and remembers when the writer along with broth er, Charles L Brady, and Melvin Dauuitd, led Bethune-Cookman College to ita only win over Fla. A.lcM University in football Ben ,lf.as then a youngster starring for Campben St Hi, around the cor ner froin our Wildcats campus, RELATivE OF TAMPAN PASS El Mrs. Oreatel Davis, sister ot Mrt. Effie Badger of Centr ,:11 Park Village, and Allen Temple and Mrs. Jeanie Hafij, Mt. Calvary SDA Church meinlier, passed during week. Ar for funer:al aervices were mcomplete at my press time tlm,iJy may be contacted at 2038 HIY!!iw Dr., Orlando Fla. 32810. MRS.! JESSIE "BUTCH'' HOJ, L:(l:, a working associate at TIA, Ji1)'1itione,!l the former Sylvia Hoard and hubby have cozilpleted military tour in Ethi opia and are now assigned In TUrkey I believe. Sylvia is the sister of well-known gen t, Clar eace Hoard, NOTICED GOOD BROTHER Rudy Brown and wife, Mrs Mae Brown, are back on their jobs at SJH following couple weeks of vacation time part of which was spent around Northview Hills home. Just found out, Rudy's t he brother of another y oung friend ()f mine for several years, Charlie Brown downtown at the Hillsboro Shoe Repair Shop Yep we do learn something new every da y SEE YAU LATER BIG JOE'S BAR PLENTY OF FREE PARKIHG COBifEB OF LASALLE AND ROME WDT TAMPA The sunday School Lesson By REV. A. LEON LOWRY Pastor, Beulah Baptist Church and lhe Secular Cily Genesis 11:1-9; Zachariah 8:1-8; John 17:15-18; Acts 19:23-41; I John 2:15-17; Revelation 21:10, 22-27 Our lesson begins with the s tory of the building of the Tower of Babel where eventually those who were attempting to erect a tower to reach from eartl\ t'J h e aven were confused as a resu lt of the displeasure of God Ac cording to fue story God confound ed their language so that the y could not understand what W'lS being said by the various work men. So they left off building We. will not go into the details of the story except to say that this is the Hebrew version of how we came to have the scattering of t hese people and the other xplan ation of th story is that this is why we have so many different languages i n our world. As one reads the story one senses that there is a correlation between the confusion of voices a t the building of the tower and our attempt to build in our world. There is confusion so many dif ferent voices, all saying some thing different at one and the same time. We have a lot of static, none of which seems t() make much sense. Some people are cryi ng to hold the old, others are crying for something new and still others are attempting to mix three or four different approaches In the resulting confusion nothing much is accomplished, just as nothing was accomplished at babel. The question Is: how to some semblance of order out of this confusion, how to bring light in this darkness in our secular city? Certainly we are not going to give up trying to make the city better, we are going to work for better communities better cities and a better world Tbe ancient biblical writers, seers and fol lowers of the Way looked always for a better day, a better world better cities Just as we talk: about "Urban Renewal and "Urban Planning" and beautifi .::ation of the city in whieh we lived so did the ancient servants of God. They dreamed of new cities just as we do They dreamed of a new Jerusalem even when the old Jerusalem lay in waste. How can we as Christians the secular city? How can the church h elp to build the secul1r city and at the same time remain the church? The church is in t :te world to help make the world bet ter. Jesus did not organize h:s church in the skies he foun ded ill here on earth and gave it a task. to do in the world. It is not to be withdrawn from t he world, it is t.J involve itself in the struggle of helping to bring beaut y and mean ing to the city its life and work How very much we need t he church involved in the area or fair business practices racial understanding better housing fur the underprivileged, race rela tions How important it is for the church to meet within the four walls for inspiration and then go forth into the community to Service really begins when t he church relates t o the problems of the community and brings to belll' the spii-it of Christ in these areas of tension No longer can the church be content to meet on Sunday, siug and pray, hear a sermon and then go horne Like her founder ths church must get out where th6 action is where life is being lived in the secular city in the world and minister both to the spiritual and physical needs of men aad women New Senior Salem Misison The Senior Mission of Ne'lt Salem P.B Church will have a progoram after service on /Sunday night. Mr. Joe Dillard will deliver the sermon. The pub lie is invited. Mrs. Johnio Mae Thomas is president ani Elder R. H. Howard is pastor. WOUIED? SEE LIFE READER AND ADVISOR When Deubtful Discontentetcl or Unhappy Consvlt this Jifted persoa Ad-vises on aU affairs of Life Home unharmony Love and Marriage Lucky Days Lucky Numbers For appointments Phone 238-6068 Opea Daily t a_m, till !I p.m. osed Sundays 6503 N. FLORIDA AYEMUE FOR RENT 334Palm 3 Bedroom House $25 Weekly PHONE: 248-1921


PACE SIX Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Cet Both EdHions October '7, Sigma Gamma Rho. c Sorority. _Launches Litrary Contest-B-ERKELEY, Calif. Sigma 'Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. launch ed tbeir National Literary Con. tesi last week. The contest pro vides educatonal awards to col lind high school students and publication of winning entries m : the sorority s quarterly magazine, The Aurora:' -The contest theme is: "The Issues Service and Progress,"' with focus on Black Community Entrie$ must link to the theme and focus but may relate to any subject within the realm of the theme. : Educational awards are: $200 for the best entry; $100 for the second best ; $75, th1rd; $50, forth; plus $100 separately for the best entry by a high schooi student. No entry will be eligible for more than one award. Papers must not ) exceed 1,000 words, must be type written, double-spaced and three copies submitted. Previously pub lished works are excluded from the competition. Authors must be fully identified. All authors Qf ac cepted entries wil be presented with certificates of participation. The 1 winning entries will be chosen by a panel of judges. National Literary Contest entrier must be postmarked not later than 12, 1972. Entries should be sent to: Aurora, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. 1809-B Blake Street Berkeley, California 94703. EXPANSION CONTINUES AT COMMUNITY COLLEGE MRS. MONTGOMERY ENTERTAINS Bishop and Mrs. C. A. Kirkendoll were in Tampa Thursday and Friday. He was here for a business meeting at Trinity C. M E. Church. On Friday evening, Mrs. Beatrice Montgomery, wife oJ the Rev. L. J Montgomery, pastor of Holsey Temple C. M. E. Church had the follQwing ladies for a Chat N' Chew with Mrs. Kirkendoll: Mrs. J. B. Bryant, Mrs. Alice Sumes, and Mrs. Louise Vickers. The ladies were later joined by .the Revs. L. E. Sumes, A. L Goodwin, L. J. Montgomery and Bishop Kirkendoll. LA SANS SOUCI MEMBERS WIN PRIZES Recent meetings of the San Souci Bridge Club were at the homes of Mrs. Ruth Brown on 19th Avenue, and Mrs. Emma Clark on Cypress Street. Members at both meetings were Mrs. Betty Kinsey, Mrs. Dorothy Nelson, Mrs. Marie Sheehy, Mrs. Estelle Miles, Cornette Mills and Mrs. Mary Lee. Guests were Mrs. Joyce Bryant, Mrs. Perry Harvey, Jr., and Mrs. Evelyn Wilson Prize winners at Mrs. Brown's meeting were Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Miles Mrs. Lee and Mrs Bryant. Mesdames Nelson, Mills and Lee were 'also the winners at Mrs. Clark s meeting. The group is meet ing again saturday evening and Mrs. Betty Kinsey will be the hostess. MT, MORIAH CHOIR TO VISIT ST. PETE Members of the No. 2 Choir of Mt. Moriah P. B. Church will gather at: the church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock to motorcade to St. Petersburg where tbey will be guests at Macedonia Freewill Baptist Church. The ladies will wear black dresses and corsages. JN SOUTH CAJiOLINA Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell Harrison, 4410 40th Street, left Sunday morning to visit Mr. Harrison's mother and Mrs. Harrison's relatives in Columbia, South Carolina They will be gone for two weeks They are members of Gre ,ater Morning Star Baptist Chur ch, and he is chairman of the Board. SPECIAL DAY AT BROWN'S TEMPLE Sunday has been designated Women's Day at Brown s Temple Church of God in Christ, 2314 27th Avenue Actually it is a com bination Men-Women and Youth Day observance. Sunday school opens at 9: 30 and 11 A. M the speaker will be Mn. E. Price bf Bartow. She will be introduced by Mrs. Ada Mae Williams. Mrs. Lillie Mae Bostic will be in charge qf the youth and in the evening the speaker will be the Rev. F. G. mlton of St. John Progressive Church. Mrs. Alberta Baker and Mrs. Catherine Hardge are the chair men, and Elder W. W. Gilyard is the pastor. A'NN!IVERSARY OBSERVANCE On unday at 11 A. M., the Flora l CQurt of Beulah Baptist Church will observe their 59th anniversary. The president is Mrs. Lillie Herbert. MRS. PATTERSON IS HOST TO BRONZETTES On Friday evening Mrs. Audrey Patterson entertained the Bronzettes Social Club at her Port Tampa residence. Attending were Mrs. Evelyn Flager, Mrs. Ruby Valdez, Mrs. Betty Kinsey, Mrs. Helen Canty, Mrs. Betty Gatlin, Mrs. Deanna Bell, and Mrs. Mary Lee. Secret Pal gifts were exchanged and Mrs. Kinsey was the recipient 9f birthday gifts. Mrs. Valdez will be the next hos tess. REV. BRYANT HAS GUESTS Ml's. Annie Jordon of Newark, N. J., and Mrs. Julia Spann of Bartow, Georgia, were recent guests of the Rev, Rosa L. Bryant assistant pastar of Holsey Temple CME Church. They enjoyed visit to Disney World while in the Sunshine State. WOMEN S HOME MISSION OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY The Women's Home Mission will celebrate their anniversary Sunday at Highland Missionary Baptist Church, 3410 E North Street Mrs. Genevieve Triplett is the program chairman, and Mrs. Hattie Webbs is president. The Rev. W. M. Bodo is the past or. Speaking at 11 o clock will be the Rev. C. C. Young of Mac e donia M. B. Church At 3 o'clock, the speaker will be Mrs. Lucinda Owens. Var i ous societies of the city will also be present. Mrs. Velena Lawson will be the Mistress of Ceremon i es at the 3 P. M. program. Dinner will be served after the morning service, all(i refresh ments will be served after the afternoon program. There will also (Continued on Page 7) Notes From Tampa Lodges Members of LILY WHITE LODGE NO. 39 will meet at 8 P. M at Gentral Avenue. The president, W. -H. Johnson, ,. to prepared to meet obligations. :n .. ;:JJI; is r ,at t eclock at me home of 'Mrs. Anme Hagms, i017 Scott Street. (Contiaued On Page 7) The rapid expansion of Hillsborough Communi ty College was lauded by speakers at the dedica tion of the three-story building that will be the institution's first permanent collegium. Designated C-1, Dale 1\labry Campus, it will go into use during the fall term. Pictured at the dedi-Pvt. Herbert C. Jackson is home on a 14-day leave after complet Ing basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina on September He will be stationed in Ft. Gor don G,eorgia. Jackson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Jack son, 2117 26th Avenue. cation are, from left to right, Morton Shanberg, President; Mrs. Sybil Barnes, :Qirector of Student Mfairs; and Bill Tripp, Director of. Campus. Be low are John Daniels, Joe Childs o( the Neighbor hood Service Center; and Charles Jones, Assistant Director of MDA, Office of Community Rela&ion11. GUIDING LIGHT MISSION NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN A feature of first PTA meetings this year is to treat parents to a brief class period in their children's classrooms. These attentive mothers listen to Mrs. Bes s ie Rodriguez give instruction Inreading at Booker T, Washington Scheol. 2902 27th A VENUE "Best Care Anywhere" MRS. VELLENA VALDEZ, Directress Bus. Phone 248-5911 _Home Phontt ,229-1396


-, Ooto!;er T, t972 Allen Temple Women Reacly For Big Day MRS. LL, A RUFFIN general chairman The women of Allen A M E Church look forward to a big day Sunday. It is their an nual Women's Day. Mrs. Elfa Ruffin is the general chairman, and the co-chairmen are Mrs. Minnie Mitch e ll and Mrs Roberta Frierson. The Rev. H. McDona ld Nelson is th e pastor. Mrs. Marjori e Guest will speak at the morning service. others who will a p pea r on program throughout th e day are Mrs. chris tine Thom as, Mrs. Wilhelmena Asbury, Mrs. P inkie Hamilto n, Mrs. Roberta Frierso n, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Mrs. Freddie J MRS. MARJORIE GUEST speaker Salters, Mrs. Grace Bowd en, Mr s. Ellen Green, Mrs. L oui-;a Bolden Mrs. Necie Rogers M:s. Lois Miles, Mrs Rebecca Clark e the Rev. Viola Allen, Mrs F ostel la Smith, Mrs Beatrice Bla c k Mrs. Arthurine Clarke Mrs. Earon Cu ffie, Mrs Mildred Siplin, Mrs. Nazarine Smith, Mrs E lois e Davis, Mrs. Sally Holmes Mrs. Ora L Small, Miss Edith Collins Mrs. Sdhrina Whaley, L ore nza Hayes, Mrs. Mazie Evans, Mrs. Ca the rine McCray Mrs D orothy Atk ins, Mrs Barbara Holmes, Mrs. Eva Reynolds Mrs. R ose Holland, Mrs. Willie Bald win. MIRRORS OF SOCIETY By BEVERLY (Continued F'rom Page 6 ) be a qu!'en contest in the af ternoon CSO'i GIVE BABY SHOWER The Clerks and Secretaries Organization gave a baby shower for member Joyce Reddish when they m e t Wednesday night at the hom& of Mrs. Cora Lyons. Baby Ty Wayne Reddish received many useful gifts Attending were Annett Jackson, Fannie Hill, Gladys Brown, Lou venia Mitchell Barbara Johnson, Ruby McNish and Grace Clark. CHOIR SPONSORS PARTY The No. 3 Chorus of M t. Moriah P B Church Is hosting a party Saturday n :ght at the hom e of Mrs. Willie Mae Jones, 4018 Deleuil Ave MRS. MONS RETURNS HOME Mrs. He:en R. Mons, Grand Matron OES, Pennsylvania and Delaware. President of the W M J. Educational Foundation Inc. Scholarship Department. and President, National Council of Negro Women South Phi ladelphia section le ft Thursday for home She is a cousin of the late Norman Harris of st. Petersburg and at tended his f uneral Tuesday. She was the house guest of Mrs. Gussie Bailey and daughter, Mrs. Vivian Bailey Tyler of 21st Avenue. WISHING YOU A HAPPY BIRTHDAY There were three c an dles on the cake when James Johnson Jr. celebrated his natal day October 1. He shared goodieS with a year-old brother. Rodney. Willeta Michelle A11drews observes her 16th birthgay, O):tober II She is a junior at Plant High School and is_ a member of the Girls Ensemble. Waymons Johdan's big day was October 4 He Is a member of St. Luke NOTES FROM TAMPA ctUBS THE METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT AGE;NCY has ari nounced three Model Cities Area Mee t ings for this week Area E (West Tampa) is meeting at 7 :30 P M on October 17 at t11e Rosa Valdez Sett lement, 1802 Albany; and Area B (Jackson Heights, B el mont Heights and immediate surrounding areas) is also meeting at 7 :30 on October 17. Area E. (Port Tampa) is meeting at 7 P M on October 26 at the Southwest Community Center, 7506 Morton. LAS A:\IEGIAS SOCIAL CLUB is meeting at 7 P M Satur: day with Mrs Bernice Tucker, 3610 E North Bay Street A meeting of the NOVELETTES SOCIAL CLUB will be held Sat urday evening at the residence of Mrs. Mary Brocks, 1122 Union Street. THE CAREER GIRLS will have their meeting Saturday evening at the home of Mrs }Auis Scott 2501 38t h Avenue Mrs. Reatha Williams will host a meeting of SIGl\IA PHILOS Saturday evening at her residence 1711 Palmetto Street. There will be a party Saturday night by the MERRY MAKERS CLUB at the American Legi on Home, 2504 29th Street. THR TROJANS are meeting Sunda y afternoon at 5 :30 at the home of W illia m Mitchell 2409 E Cayuga A meetin g of the HEALTH AND EDUCATION ASSOCIATIO:S will be h eld Monday at 8 P. M at th e home of Mr and Mrs Char les S Perry, 1121 Grace Street. Members of th e BLOSSOM CLUB will sponsor a give-away Sat urday night at the home of Mrs Shirley Hill 3616 E Coman c he Ave nue. MRS MINNIE MI'fCHELL co-chairman Miss .Evelyn Riser, Miss Betty }'larnes, Margaret York Mrs. Bernice Nelson, Mrs Dorothy Mil ler, Mrs Hazel Bozema n and Mrs Grady Bowden. At 4 o'clock an e l aborate cor a nation of Mrs. Allen T e mple be held in the lower unit of the church. NON P ARIELS MODEL One of the pretty models to ap pear In the Non Pariels show Sun day evening at Inte.rnational Inn Is Patty Robinson. She will be among a long list of models which includes Norma Gilbert, Ann Roberls.on Valerie Johnson, Elaine Snow, Carolyn Pluinmer Mack, Celestine Snow Columbia Warren, Nathaniel Johnson. John Olive, James Jackson, Charles Baker and Dillard. Booker. Mrs. Ruby H. Lewis .will be the narr'ator, arid comments will be by Mrs. Louise Macon of St; Petersburg. There will be a special pre sentation of fashion from the Room of Maas Brothers. Choir Musical Slates Program The No 11 choir of Greater Morning Star of whic h Rev. R A Crenshaw is pastor and Dea. Tom Means is president will sponsor a musical progra m. Mon day night at 8 at the church. Various choirs of the city will participate. The president is asking all members t o please be present and on time. Paid Advertisement RUMMAGE SALE New Bethel Baptist Chur c h 4?.00 31st St., is sponsoring a rum mage sale Saturday, Oct. 7 197:?, all day. In addition to clothing we have houseware and jewelry it cm!J on sale. 'PAGE SEVEN Mr. And M ,rs. Social Club To Be Determined An interesting project cur rently underway "in the city is the Mr. and Mrs Social Club cc;: tet which terminates with a b ig coronation ball Saturday night at Ft. Hesterly Armory. There are four clubs involved: The Azalel!-, the Fa$hionettes Oa dies); the Extniordinaries an d the Hawks (men). Mrs Azalea and Mrs. Fashionette are in a close contest for the Mrs. Social Club title, and the race between the menis no less heated. The chairman is Mrs. Loretha -Gray, president of the Azalea Social Club. Mrs. Doretha Smith, president of the Fashionettes, is the co-chairman. Mrs Gray is hoping that the joint effort of these _e!ubs will emphasize to t he corr\ \ upity that social clubs are not merely for the pleasure of a small group of persons but are involved in matters of community progress education and religion. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation Sometimes during the corona tion activities the group will give an award to a person they consider to be the most popular speaker and Mistreess of Cere monies. Entertainment will be by Erma St. John Baptist 3401 25th A venue Rev. E. Newkirk, Pastor S S begin at 9 : 130 with the asst. swpt in charge. Morning worship at 10:50 with the pas t?r in charge. Devotiqnal ser: v1ce was held by Dea. D. Harris and Dea. Mungin, The ushers aud No. 1 choir served. The mess: age was deliver-ed by' "the tor. iEvening worship at 6 The pas tor was In charge, The same Officers served. The church will hold its an: nual Fellowship Day Program Oct. 8. Come andworshilp with us. Since this is the beginning of the fall season, starting Sun day evening service will be held at 5 : 3(), Eastside Prayer Band Dea Archie Mond, Pres. Mrs. Alice Lane, Hept. The East Side Prayer Bani will meet Sunday morning at 5 at the home of Mrs, Augusta Simmons, 2103 Estelle St. Visitors are welcome. Pray for the sick and shut-in s. Rummage Sale car Wash St. Paul Temple 3101 E. Lake Come one-Come all. Eat while you wait. Saturday, October 7th 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Sponsors-Youth Department. MRS. __ LORE'fHA GRAY coronation chairman C offee, the Parliaments of Soul and the Soul Machines Band Tha affair begins at 10 o'clo c k On Saturday afternoon fr o m 2-4 P.M. a committee will be at the Armory to take table reserva tions. Adva n c e tickets may ba purchased from partici pa ti ng clubs. There will also be tickets available at the door; LAYMEN' SPEAKER 'lhe Rev. J. B. Keel, past or of Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church, will ba the speaker for the second-nual inspirational program spon sored by the District Laymen o f the A.M.E. Church. The serviclil will be at 7:30 P.li. Sunday a t Bethel A.M.E. Church 1012 Laure l Street where the Rev. S. L. G : I Iians is the pastor. Benny Favors is the and l\iiss Jeanette Collins is t h e chairman. The co-chairmen al's Mrs Evelyn Masha and Mr3. Reatha Williams. Dinner Sala New Mt. Zion Gospel Chor u11 will be selling dinners a!l. day Sat urday at the church, 25._;j_ E. C"' lumbus Drive. Fish and sandwiches will be so!d Fr'day night rom 6 until. For deliv ery Call 244-5631. Notes From T'ampa Lodges (Continued From Page 6) A meeting of LILY WHITE JUNIOR LODGE NO. 182 will bEt held at 2 P. M Saturday at 1105 Harrison Street. Members of LILY WHITE LODGE NO. 11 will meet at 7 P M Monday at 1511 Central Avenue COMING -EVENTS OCT. 7-"Mr. and Mrs. Social Club" Coronation, Ft. Hesterly Ar mory, 10 P. M. OCT. 7-New Mt. Zion l\1. B. Church Banquet, Sweden House 8 P .M. OCT. 8-Women's Day, Allen Temple AME Church. OCT. 8-Fellowship Day, St John M. B. Church. DR. P. A. ERVIN WIGS, CLOTHING, JEWELRY, REFRIGERATORS, AIRCONDITIONERS, TV's, ELECTRIC WASHERS. 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PACE EICHT Fla. SeftlftieJ-Bulletin Pu'blisfled ,very Tues. and Frf Cet Both E&tlons FriendsWp. Baptist 3107 E. Lake Avenue Rev. H. L. Daiels, PastOI' Mrs. Nettie .Jaeolts, Sunda < y school began at 9:415 with tile supt., 1\lr. Gilber Robin eon in charge. Moming service began at 1J1 "dth t he deacons in charge of devotion. Choir No. 1 and. uSihers t;erved. The sermon was deli vered by the pastor. BTU meeting was held at 5 with the president William Gil :more in charge. Evening service began at 6 with the same order of ser vic e : The sermoo was deliverd by the pastor. Holy communion was administered. Thesday night choir No. 1 wiU meet at 7. Wednesday n!ght at 7 prayer meeting, and Bible study. Thursday nigbt at 7 :30 JMen's Mission meeting. Satur day afternon at 2 Young Adult !Mission and at 5 teaehers meet ing. St. Luke AME Rev. John E. Cary, Pastor Mrs. Delia Pimienta, Rept. Sunday s ervices for the we ek were held with the pastor in eharge. The No. 1 choir and ushers served and the pastor delivered the sermons. Holy com munion was served to all throughout the day. The pastor was assi at 11 with devotion by Dea. Green and Dea. J ohn:sn the 4th Sun day in this month. Mrs. Eva Mae .Patterson is chairman of women, Mr. Hom .er Hemingway, chair man of men. Preparation for entertainment of the Annual Conference, Nov. 7th to 11th, is of uppermost concern of the entire memberIShip. During the internship phase of the program, participants will be considered at the University, St;b ject to conditions set by the UI\i versity concerning the matricula tion of students enrolled in t!1e graduate school. The next step of the two yenr program will be Peace Corps training in the host country to li!am additional French. During this period, they will receive an orientation to the culture to the country and engage in language training and get job-specific in formation. Upon completion of the in-country training, trainees will then become Peace Corps volun teers and begin their ass i gn. 1r.ents. Before .entering the program an applicant must meet the admis siop requirements of the s;ty. All expenses during the two years will be paid by the program as well as tuition, room and board, books and insurance while attending Famu. After comple tin g the program, an allowance of ap proximately $1,500 for ment will be given the partici pants. Truesdell said they are look i ng for 25 persons and their list now stands at 14. To apply, send a completed ap. plication and copy of undergrad uate transcript to James E. 'l'ruesdell, Assistant Director of Minority Intern Degree Program, Florida A & M University, Po&t Office Box 106, Tallahassee. Ad d i tional information may be ob tained writing or calling col leet, 904.-222-8030, ext. 28. Dr, Leslie Wilson, Director of the is presently in Jlf. rica. SpeM. 11 evflilg witl ... .. 1111111 flAil ONE.PERFORMANci 'ONLY af BAYFRONT -CENTER ST. PETERSBERG FRIDAY OCTOBER 13,, S:OOpa al seats resened at $4, $5, or $5 Tickets On Sale AI: ALL AREA MONTGOMERY STORES COLLEGE HILL PHARMACY Tamp e FlED'S PHARMACY Tamp BAYFIOIT CEITEB St. Peterslntrg EBOIY DRift 1111 St. Pete


Saturday, October 7, 1972 Fla. SeDtinei-Bulletin Published every > Tues. and Fri. Get Bc."h Editions PAGE NINE '1 SHOP lASH R' DRBY BECAUSE-SOME ITEMS ARE MUCH cHEAP m ARD I AM SATISFIED WITH THEIR PRODUCTS.''. W. L. :WEBB ; 507 .. E. Oak. A venue Tampa, Florida \ I TIE lOME OF FAMOUS I THESIARE THE STORES THAT SAVE -YOU MONEY Tampa 1725 R. Dale Mabri .. Tainpa 2205 leDDedy Blvd. Tampa, ..... 2301 Florida Ava: Tampa _50th St. IE I Olh Ave. 305 w. Hillsboro Tampa Hillsboro IE 15th St. T.Uipa 8th Ave. 22nd St. Tampa 4101 norida Ava. Tampa .... Rebraska Waters Tampa .. West_ Shore al KeDDedy Tampa 1112 So. Dale Mabry Tampa 4487 Gandy Plaza Tampa .. 8331 Rebraska Avenue Tampa Cor. norida IE Walen Dade tUy ...... 506 E. Pas.co Planl eity 507 So. Wheeler St. Palmello ............ 515 71h St. Riveniew . 301 Braadon .. : 911 Brudon MaD Bradenton Cortez Road W. of. Hwy 41 Iavemess 803 W. MaiD SL Hwy. 301 ir Fitsl SL Lakeland ...... 925 Barlow Rd. Ocala 2957 R.W. PiDa Ave. St Petersburg 6095 9th Ave. R. 5arasola .. 3840 So. Tullia Ave. IE Bee Ridge Road St. Palrsburg Beach 7625 Blind Pass Road Tarpon Springs 5570 U.S. Hwy. 19 North Pinellas Park 4120 Park Blvd. R. Largo .. Hwy. 19 IE Mmerlon Rd. Venice .... 480 Venice By-Pass SHOP ANY DAY -SAVE EVERY DAY Mayor Proclaims Odober 8 As Muscular Dystrophy Day Scores of local citizens, and Dystrophy Day He has urged all members of social and fraternal residents of t he .Tampa area to organizations, will ring the doorcontribute generously to M DAA's bells of friends and neighbors on appeal. ''In our own communi or near Sunday, October 8, to ty," he declared "we have bene collect funds for the medical crufited greatly from previous ."med sade against the crippling, mysical-scientific crusades. Muscular terious disease known as museuDystrophy is one of the ma lar dystrophy. jor diseases not yet conquered These volunteers have enlisted by science. The toll it takes is in the Tampa area MARCH FOR tragically evident in the wheel MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY a nachairs and braces used by dy s::ro tionwide appeal for funds sponphics. Only research can find the sored by Muscular Dystrophy As-answer to this still incurable disociations of America, Inc. Sease." The Tampa area drive is diMore than 200;000 Amer : cails rected by Malcolm Beard cam suffer from -MD and allied neuro,._paigil chairman for Hillsboroogh muscular diseases The .relt:ntJess Chapter of MDAA. Pointing out advance of these muscle-wasting that MDAA gives grants to IJlOre diseases greatly shor.teris life-exthan 100' research projects 'in pectanc y c at all a'ge levels. In soine 60 large medical centers chi\.dl;'im,: who compose the majorhere and abroad, .. he decared : ity of its victims, it is .nearly .. "We believe everyone iD. the always fataL hopes. its .:Tampa area will be glad to inak&-. all-ol!t scientific research_:.:.prO:.. a ccintributlon toward the supgram: the in time pl)rt .. of this program,_ A to saye those now stncken. solid respanse ft:Om our comJriuni Mayor Dick Greco,. has proty will give a tre' mendous lift to claimed O cto ber 8th as Muscular the .overall national drive." : J .. Views-Of.Pitbgtess: .-. B y iRA .. &77-13iQ : {: Birthday to_ !Mis,ll :'son of Mr. .and Mrs, : J. f: (E1 Twila Gainous who v..:ill celebr atp nora) Mayweather 79213 E'ndiva her 14th natal day Saturdit'Y, Ave and nephew of yours 'truly Octaber 7. Twiia, daughter of i s a .seventh grader .at EiseiiM\\r. \Mrs R ebecca Gainous soio 85th er Junior High School. St. js a -ninth grader at Dow. Congratulations to. Mr ... and dell Junior High School. !Mrs. Rufus Palmer 83rd st. upon. the arrival of a daugb.1Harris Temtple United Metho-dist Church will observe Lay. ter on Friday, September' 27 men.'s Day 011 s tinday, October The we;ghing rn at 7 .1bs 2 o:i:s; has been named s :at 1 1 a m. Mr. Favors wiH be, Oheryl Elaine: P roud gr-andthe speak er. 'Rev. T A. !Harris is pastor of Harris Tern parents are Mr. and Mrs. l!ind Wilder, 512109 83rd St. and pie. !Mr. and 1 Mrs. Palmer of Bahia !JI&P'PY .. to J P M ay,Ave. Proud great-gi:andparimts weather Jr. who celebrates No. are Mr. and 1\frs. James Alex-1 : 2 on Sunday, October 8. J P 4902 79th Street. New Tampa Veterans Hospital To Be-. Dedicated Saturday G. R Hiskey, Hospital Diredcr, .announced this week that the formal dedicatiaon of the riew Tampa Veterans Administrat ion Hospital will take plac eon Satur day October 7, at 10:00 a .m. Con-. structed at a : cost of $22,500,()()(i, the new medical fadlity has been treating patients since Ausgust -2l, of mediCine will be instituted and -fuJi of the hosp ital should be r ched over a fifteen month per iod. Mr. Hiskey further :-.nnounred tpat. t.he hospital will deliver ij:ealth Care Services to Central Flor ida veterans in an eight county area, including HiUsbOrough ; Os1972. ceola, )3revard, Indian Rive .r, St. Under construction for over Lucie Orauge and Okeechob ee th,ree ye!ll's, the hospital is a 702 c otinties. The v eteran populatio:t bed unit with many specia1 ties in of .this area is approximately ne a'rly all fields of mei:licinc. These 210,000. a Spinal Cord Injury Full affilia tion will be mafutain.a Respiratory Care tJnit, Home ed with the Univers ity of Dialysi s, Cardiac Catheterization, Florida Sdiool of Medicine. As Nuclear Medicine and a the University 's Health ary Function LabOrator y in addi: SchopJs continue to develop tion, a large Psychiatric Unit is specialty affiliations will be add included consisting of both Day ed. The affiliation with the UT'i Treatment and Mental Hy_ giene. versity Of Sout h Florida is uniquE> in that thll medical school and Equipped at an additional of $4,000,000, the ho spital staff will the hospital are being fully act.ivated at the same time and wiU have at its disposal the lastest grow together, Hiskey added mnovations in medical equipment. Many new innovations in the f i eld Northside MB Church Bethel Baptist 808 Short Emory Street Rev. ;r, L. Overstreet, Pastor 5706 40th Street Lillie M. McDonald, Rept. Rev. J. Jordan, Pasto r s ''1 be S. Wlr gm at 9 :30 a m. Sunday school will begin at The supt. will preside. The les9 :415 with the. su.pt., D ea Andrew son will be taught by the tea.chers !Minor in charge. assigned tO the various cla sses. iMorning servi ce will begin at !Morning worship will begin at 11 with Dea Felix Kelly and 1110:415. D evotion will be conducted IDea. Frank Griffin in charge of by Mr. Allen Carr and Mr Al devotion phonso Adams M-usic will be The No. 2 choir and No. 2 rendered by the Harmonettes. ushers will serve all day. The Junior ushers will serve The ser sermon will be bty the pas.tor. mon will be delivered by the Evening service wil !begin at pastor. 6 :310 with the same order of < Evening wotshi p will begm at service. 5 : .1!5. Th e same deacons, choir, The North Gate Gospel Singers and ushers will serve The ser-o of will render an .lllte.r.n/tn.o.q again be delivered b'1 serv1ce program. The pUibhc is the pa,stor. invited. ---.. '.fu all of--our services thepubPle ase remember the sick lie is extended a warm welcome ehutins. to worship with us.


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' .. PACE ELEVEN Y el.teer Secretaries Neellell On Jefatal Stiff tol Planning CommiWon in D C Mt. Tahr Mer._. Mr. Lannae C-.er, Pies. Mn. M ._. ..,_ The NG. 1 mthe:r-board ol' Mt. Tahor M.. B. Clmre:h ol. wbidl lRev. T J James ia ril meet Mooda.y oilgbe at !J at chu reh. Tile president. is. askiDg aU ml!'mbers to. pteaM be present and on tim!!'. al imJPOrtalllCI!'. Let us pray !01' tha sick and Mt. Sinai Mission lbs. :&.\vult l'ra.. Mn. Aaae l.awn ...e. lltt, Simi! MisS'iion willl to & at .-11oaae t11 1\tn.. Covmugtm, :J489 :Rb !Remember the sick and shut-in&. Visitors are welcome. to In addition to Florida, Atty. Richardson is alSo admitted t< practice fn :IO'II'a. He is married to the former Esie' YvORne White of Tampa and has a daughter Eliz abetl! : Atty Richardson is the son of Mrs. .John E. Brady and Mr. James S. Richardson, both ot Tampa. New MB you more money today at your local Army Reserve. Because we've received a pay raise. For example, a private with over four months seqice used to eanl$19 .16 for four 4-hour meetings a month. Now a nrivate earns $42.76 for the same meetings. It's always paid to go to meetings in the. Army Reserve. Now it pays more. For all Reservists.: Check into it. Call toll free, 9 AM to 8 PM. DialB00-432-7290._ Or mail this coupon .. r------------------------------:1 Oppot

PACE TWELVE L.'_ Y .. BEACH Malvin R. Goede, who b e came t h e fir s t Ne gro n e twork n ew s corresponL-ent when he was h ired by the Amer ican Broa dcastin g Company in 1962, will be th e speaker for an Honors Convocat ion at Be t huneCo okman College O c tob e r 17, 1972. The Convocation, which tenta tivel y is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. will be in connection with the Fall meeting of the College's Board of Trustees The U.oard will meet October 17-18, 1S72'> Some of the ma)or stories Goode has covered include the "Assassi nation of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., The Poor People's March from Marks Mississippi to Washington and the "Trials of Resurrection City." Bethel Community Baptist Church 506 16t h Street South ST. PETERSBURG The 49th 11nniversary observance of the Bethel Commun ity Baptist Church will close Sunday October 8 at 10:45, with the ded i cation of lay ieaders and officers of the church, Music for the 11:00 o'clock wor s ervice will b e by the Chancel and Melody choirs. A special sec tion of the auditorium will be re served for senior citizens of the church. The history of the church w ill be read by Mrs. Leopard SumFla. SenHnel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Cet Both Edmon Saturday, Odot;"er 7, 1972 Film Beauty By Other Stars NEW YORK Cicely Tyson, star of the 20th Century-Fox hit directing "The Book of Numbers," Roliert Hooks, to be seen sooa film, "Sounder" is surrqunded by a few ."beastly" black stars at in "Troubled Man", Ron O'Neal star of the soaring "Super' Fly"; the "Sounder'' premiere held at the Plaza Theatre in New York. Paul Winfield who co-stars as the father with Cicely in "Sounder," Cicely has been mentioned as a possible Oscar nominee for her and Brock Peters, star of many movies and last seen on Broadway poignant portrayal of the mother in the film. Congratulating her in "Lost In The Stars." are, from left: Raymond St. Jacques, who is now producing and mers, Church Clerk. The sermon will be by Dr. Ken neth L Cober, a member of the Bethel Community Baptist Church and a recent retiree from the Board of Education and Publica tions of American B aptist Conven tion Among Dr. Cober s 1recent books are, "Th& of the Laity," md Shaping the Church's Educational Ministry. Dr. Cob e r will speak on the theme: God s Dynamite." The speaker for the 8 :30 a .m. worship service will be the Rever end Charles A Cottemond, Mini s ter of Youth of Bethel Community Baptist Church. --------------------------------------------BACK-BY POPULAR DEMAND "HOT PANTS ARB SIZZLERS" fii:AC' 1'WN : MON1 'EREYS AND DOLLS Fort Armory \ (TOHIGHT) Oct. 6, 19.72 8:30 PM PARTICIPANTS IN MT. OLIVE MEN'S DAY SERVICE Sunday was Men's Day at Mt: Olive AME Church in West Tampa. Partidpanting In tho morning service were, from left to right, King Solomon Walters, prayer1 C. Miles, :Missloa offering; and Attorney Delano Stewart, tlon of speaker. BROWN FAMILY. HAS REUNION AT LOWRY PARK Tickets on sale al BEXLEY'S -PAWN SHOP Members of the well known family went James and Pompano Beach; Mrs. Betty Acl- OWERS' BARBER SHOP COLLEGE HILL to Lowry Park a few days ago for a reunion. In ams and family, Gloria Mack and family, ancl B the seat of honor was Mrs. Louise Brown, seated, Willie Brown, ort -Lauderdale; Cloud Miller and PHARMACY e DOCTOR'S PHARMACY, Sl. Pele "'"o 'lila!! alsl} the birthday celebrant She is stirfamily, Ocilla, Georgia ; Dorothy Anderson and $ ''' by from left, Ella Thomas and Valatie, John family, Palmetto; Sam Harrison and family, Mr. ADVuCE TICK...S. ... .. -,. .... .A J ... _..'_100 .. R ... & 5 ''0 ; Hicl(s of Washington D c., Mr. Brown Mrs. Hicks and ;Mrs. Roosevelt Thomas -and Maggie Mae, .ot .nn .o a ,"a former Tampan, Nathaniel Brown of NeW' York Tampa '"'' and Jame1 Browa. Also present were. Mrs. Lois


!a.furday, October 7, 1972 Fla. SenHnei-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Frt Cet Both Editions PACE THIRTEEM GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY HONORS PERRY HARVEY, SR. W h e n ground wa s broken for the ne w Firs t B ap tist Chur c h of West Tampa, the day was designated as Lon gs horem e n Day and the ground breaking ceremon y was dedicated to the memory of t he late P erry C Harv e y, Sr. Fram l e ft to right are Mrs Eva Murph y, Sunday school superint e ndent ; Mrs Kati e Graham, Dire ct o r o f R e l ig ious Education! Perry Harvey Jr., Presiden t, ILA 1402; Fred Mur phy C ha irman 'Of U i e Deacon Boa r d ; the Rev. Mar ion John son, pastor ; and Robert A lexande r Bro therhood Represe nta tiv e. CHURCH GROUP HAS ANNUAL CORONATION The annual coronat i on of the j unior department Is a 'part of the audie11ce gatb e r ecl to w itnes s the ling a nd queen of New Salem Primitive Baptist eolorful w a s at Curtis H i xon H all. P ictured here BLACK NAMED TO HIGHEST POST WAS HI NGTON Attorne y General Ri chard G. Kl ei ndi e n s t an bounced Friday that a 36y ear-aJd in v esti ga tor in the U n i t e d States 1\lar s bals Service has been named t o the highest caree r positi on I a the se rvice. He Is James A Gardner o f Arlington Virgini a, who a s sumed new position as C h ief Deput y U .S. Marshal for the C entral Dis trlCt of C alifornia a t Los A ngeles b e coming the fir s t b l a ck' to hold the post As cl!ief Ga rdn e r. will fun ct ion as th e a dmini strative head af the f1eld off1 ce. Th e Los Ang eles offic e, w i t h its 8 5 em plo yees Is th e f ourth larges t of the 94 U S. M a rs hals' offi ces in t h e nation. Gardne r _jo i ned the Serv i ce J n June, ioo&, a s a d e pu ty mar shal a n d ha s been an in ves t igator in the office of W ay ne B. Colburn Dj. rec t o r of t h e U. S. Mars h als for the p ast two y e ars. First Union MB Rev J H T h o m ps o n, Pastor 3707 E C helsea S. S. began at the usual h our with t h e Supt. in charge. The teachers were. a t their posts. T h e subject O f the lesson was "Soc ial C hange: Mass Com munications The l esson was revi ewed by Mr. J ordan. Morning w orsh ip began at 11. Devot i on was l ed by Dea. Tim and D ea. Griffin. C hoir No. 1 a n d us hers served. A wonderful sermon was de l ivered by t h e

. PACE FOURTEEN Fla. SeDtlnei-Bulletin Published every Tues. -and Fri. Get Both Editions Saturday, October T, 1972 Rev. Epps To 1 Rev. C. P. Epps who is pastor ol. Mt. Olive M. B Church wiU observe his lath anniversary as pastor of this church. The services will begin on Sunday and will continue on through the next Sunday :rile following clhurches have been invited to a.ppear on pro gra. m : Sunday niglit at 8, Mt. Tabor :M.IB. Chureh, Rev. T J. James, pa6tor; Monday night, !First Bapt. of West Rev. IM. C. JohB.OO, ,pastor. The sponsors will be. the l)ea(x)ns and Trustee Boards, Ushers .No. 1 and choir No. 3; Thesday night, \Macedonia iM. B Rev. E. Gordon, pastor. Sponsored by Senior [Mission No. 2, Us hers No. 2 and Deaeooess iBoard; Wednesday, Grace Mary M. B Ohureh, Rev. B T. Williams, pastor. Sponsored Hood temple AME Rn. L. H. McGill, Pastor Mn. Sarah Mitchell, Rept. Sunday past was a day .veil spent in the Lord, Holy Commu nioo was served to a capacity crowd, the three choirs sang to the glory of God and the ushers welcomed many who attendeathe serVices. We. welcomed into our fold Rev and Mrs. Freddie Lowe, formerly of the A. M. E. Zion church in Buffalo, New York GOd bless them as they come to labor with us This Sunday promises to be. spirit filled, beginning w i t h Church School at 9 :30 with Altar prayer and Morning worship at il:OO a m The Junior and Angel choirea serving. Come to this Spiritual center and you will be Jlad you did. Usher Union will be held at 8 :00. You are cordialy invifed t:J attend, and evening worship will besin at 6:00 p m All Trustees are aSited to be in a diately following morning wor ship, Mr. .Kenneth Kennedy is n.lt aparine any effort to make our Men Day proJI'&m a SUCC:!SS which will be held Sunday, No-. 12th. Mr Kennedy is our Chairman. Remember our sick and shut ina, Mr. Phette E. Willis, Tampa General, Mr. Fate Shaw at home, and Mrs. Robinson, Padget Nurs lng Home. Please visit and pray for these members. You always have a warm wel come at the Church with a spiri tual up-lift, and deep spiritual music lnimanuel Holiness Z108 E. Ida Street Biabop W. Lock, Pastor Mrs. V. Lock, Reporter Services were bi gh on last Soo day. The mesage was brought by :the pastor. This Sund-ay, S S. will begin at 10, morning worship at lJl and evening service at 7. Sunda'Y will be guest day both mom\ng and evening. The pll'blic is invited to worshiq> with u s. !Pray for the sick and shut-1ns. EM.PIRE by Prayer Wheel, Mothers Board, choir No. f and Jubilee Chorus ; Thursday, New Bethel M. B.' Church, Rev. L. R. Stanc-H, pas tor. Sponsored by choir No 2 Ushei'S No. 3, Young Men Chorus and U sh.ers No f; Friday, Springhill M B. Church, Rev. J S. Scantling, pastor. Sponsored by INo. 2 Mission Choir No. 1 and !Brotherhood Chorus; Sunday Oct. :!15th, M t Olive will be in c'harge of the service for the morning. At 3 Mt. Cal'mel M. iB.' Chur-ch, Rev. M. J. Williams, pastor. Sponsored by Ohurch school and .Paator's Aid Board; Sunday night, Mt. Zion M. B. Church, Rev. B J Jones, pastor. Sponsored by B'l1U, Youth Mis sioo Sick and Flow.er Committee. The public is Invited. Holsey T Rev. L. Montgomery, Pastor Rev. Rosa L. Bryant, Rept. S S began at, the usual Mur with the supt. in ,charge oc de votion. The pastor a woo derful review of the lesson. Vis i tors were present. Morning wor s'hip followed at lil. Rev Rosa L. Bryant and Rev. L. B. Brown, associate ministers were in the pul:pit. The paator delivered the Holy communion was observed during both services. Evening worshia> began at 6 with the same order of service b eing conducted Chureh conference was held Monday night. Come and wor ship wibh us each Tuesday niglht. Bring your Bible at 7. On the sick list is Mn. EfiZJl Jones who is in St. Joseph Ho!IPital. All othei'S sick are improving. All other weekly activities remain the same. EIIRanuel M. B. %204 HigblaDCI A venue Rev. B W. Wiibam, Pastor Mrs.. B. Pittman, Reporter S. S will begin at the usual time with the supt. in charge. The pastor will give tbe review. Morning service be;ins at 11 with the deacons in eharg.e ol de votion The Yowg Adults and juniors will 1erve all The pasbor will deliver the sermon. ,IJilU .at 5 and vening worship :at 6 : 30. The same order of ser vic e will be condUICted. Prayer meeting every Thursday at 8. Bethune High Rise P,ayer Band Mrs. Barbara Green Pes. Mrs. Mildred Miller, Rept. The B e thune High Rise Prayer Band met .Monday at 7 at the home of Mrs. Lelia Hampton, A 1pt. No. 21-7. The meS\Sage was taken from/ Ephens. by Elder H. Brown The next m eet ing will be held at the hom e of !Mrs Hatti.e Rou se, Alpt. No. 312ll. Remember 1Jhe sick and shut-ins. Visitors are welcome. MARUFACTUBIHG COMPUY 3418 E. 71h AVENUE PRONE FLA. 241-2301 OmiDE WRITE . $275 gaL IRTERIOR 81 EXTERIOR LATEX OR -OIL WHITE AIID COLORS One Coal Coven Most Sarlaees! L.$EED 00. PAINT SALE200 per gaL Mt. Moriah _PB Rev. A. L. Brown, Pastor Mi!ls Sherrie WUliams, Rept. S S will begin at 9:30 with the supt., Dea R B Allen in charge. The lesson r eviewed by the pastor. Morning worship will begin at ill with the deacons in c lharge of devotion 'Dhe !No. f choir and No. 1 ushers will serve. The sermon will be delivered by the pastor. Evening wor s hip will begin a t with the deacon s in charge of devotion The same ch oir and u shers will serve. Th e .sermon will be deliv.ered by the pastor. All youths who are being pro moted are asked to be at the church for practice, Saturday at 3 The A L. Brown rehearsal will fcSllow. Prayer meeting Tuesda y night at 7:-t:5. All converts are aske d to please be .present. Bible class Wednesday night at 8. Pray for the sick and shut-ins. Evangelist Prayer Band Mrs. L. Owens, Pres ident 'Dhe Evangelist Prayer Band of which Mrs M. B. Spivey i s direc t o r will m eet Sooday morning at 5 a t the home of Mr and Mrs. Geo Owens, 31112 E. Osborne !Ave. The public is invited Faith Temple Corner Palm and Lamar Rn. Floyd Johnson, Acting Worship service s were well attended in spite of the inclement weather, on las. t Sunday. Rev. C. T. Thomas of St. Peterslburg was the pu lpi;; guest all day and assist.

(' Saturday, Odober 7, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Cet Both Editions PAGE FIE IttN / All VAIIUIES I!X<3'f SUCID-I. fRIED 2-ROLL PACKS ARROW PIIK. DTE...ULLOW BATHROOM liSSIE' PIIS. tf 218 .ARIOW WHITE, PIIIK. YELlOW FACIAL 11SS .. 18-0Z. CAliS Tllllm lAID JIEWEDTOMATOES 11-GZ. CUI THRIFTY IWIIIUII UMAIEAIS 1LL PKIS. SUPEIIIWID QUARTERS ._ MARGARINE 11-01. COS Tllilm MAID TOMATOES 1UZ. CAliS Tllllm lAID CU\' &IEEN BEANS 16-0Z. CAll TIIIFTY lAID UIIE tr 10!111 SWEETPEAS SUCED,CIISHED,CHUID PI.APPIE RCt. Apples 2 :: '-1FLORIDA YELLOW CORI I 0 ears 79c I ... .., ... ...m SALAD To111atoes 4 ... GEOIIGIA JIS) SWEET Potatoes .. 6 LA SJ mO.UEI SUPPIIS :!' 9fC tO-PIECE PKG. -IANQUIT HeAT I. HIM J.U. $16t CIICIEN a. INSI'fCTI:D FROZ84 Lil I' LIMB .. ::, 7fC "A" IREAST WITH tal$, FIYEI PARTS tt.. ,,. SUCID IOLOI"l ,a.; If' FROZI!H er STEAIInU ........ :: 99' 1 TO 10 1.1. HANOI PACK IIOIID BEEF ..., 69c $ MASTER'S I'UIIE Le111onade. 4 :. SJ HARVEST FlESH Pru11ePiums 4ta'l Al.l. CEHIB CUTS SLICED IIIF LIYEI .......... .._ Jf' LYkeS SUGAR cils SHANK I'OR110H SMOUD IIAMS .. : .. .._ 5t-an INIO SIRLOIN & T-IOHE STI:AKS-U. S CHOta W DIIRAHD45T055LI. AVfRAGE $1" IUF LOINS .......... ... U S CHOia 1RAHD CHUCK ell.IO' : ROAST OR STEAl .., 7,. --; ,_ QUMTEit POll( LOtH$ SUCID H:lll POlK ......... .., 89c 9( J e 11 i i liMIT 4 AT THIS I'RICE WlrH $5 Ol MOl fOOD MORTON Al't'lf, PEACH, Of9RY, COCONUT I ... 49' CUSTARD $ 5 $1 I FRUIT PIES .......... 3::: I = l II.UIIIAYUGKTMEATCHU H KSTYL! AI.I.VAIIIEIII:SMOalON $ NIGHT BLOSSOM TID 3 c. '1 CIUII PIES ... 3':' I stUL TAIU'WAI! DllCII oAM.JHG fAMILY LoAP 2 4ac Al.l. vAIIIfttes .._ Cll.el AllcvARJEmftlesTHRifTYMAIO 2 :. $1 m5 3 WIITIIIEAD ::! "7 SUPPERS :!''J I L K WHI'S .., ,AI.I..-I'LA.'t'Oit$ ... CANHEDs 1 ..... ,, uASlOIIuUFIIOCLCOUowSPEEARS OR -4-t1 UMIT 1 YOUR CHOICE WITH $5 OR MORE FOOD ORDER fU. ...... GOlD MEDAl. PlAIN Ol SELI-IIISING 4 9' DINNEtl KNIFE ASlOI All PUIIPOSE -ftC slftiiWID $ ROUR -:.::=.. C8011 .. OIL .. 7 FUDGISICUS 2:.'; I e e e e e e e WADAfAMILYStZe C _AUV-SI'IIftz!RQUHH $ ..... -'Ill IAIS lllliH DIN-S 3 .. I SMOKED HAMS:::: : :.:. 7 ... .. :::.. -----------U S .CHO!a45T055li. AV!RAG!-CUTINtOSI .. OIH& $ ORADUTIIAWIERRY -.... BUY ONE, FRE r.aoNE s1EAICS-OST & wllAI'I'EO rue I 09 SIOITCAIE ... "" E I BEEF LOINs .... ll. NIGHT BLOSSOM an oNE lH!IIfN IMJD 4 ftC nofa _.... .,_ ... SUGAR .. : -7 f :n'a'l'llal' BABY FOOD 4 Oz. Jar MORTON CHICXEN, TURKEY, liEU, TUNA POT PIES IUY ON!. GeT ONE FE-CHfCKHIOARD .ACAIONI & CHEESE ':4fC IUY ONE, on ONE TAlH lOY ftC IIASH BROWNS = IU'( ONE. on ONE 1'1111-POliTIES 3 .. IllY ONe. OIT ONI ,_-'I1ICfll'( ...... ,,. u.-ws ............. IllY ONI!, GET ONE I'ME -YAIII 0 IIA OCIAH PIICIIDINIII : ::19' IUY OHI, Gil' ONII'IIII-COUHTIIY $10111 'ftC APRICOT JAM ,. 7


PACE SIXTEEN Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published eYery Tues. and Frt Get Both Editiou Saturday, Ootober 7, 1972 PARENTS VISIT BOOKER W AS.t:i!J.'Hl'! ON attending. Qpen House at Booker T. WashingtOn School 'last week .. -were given brief. classroom experience. One of the mothers' listeria as Clement Curry-; Industrial Art Instructor, ducts a class. CIVIL SERVICE ACCOUNTAN:r Ill $t5t Dl{); degree' 1Ji Actg. plus 3 yrs. exp in prof. acctg. ACCOUNTANT ll $790 mo. degFee in Acctg. Z yrs, exp. PPefec governmental. BRANCH TAX .... OFFICE MANAGER $716. mo. degree In Acctg., Bus. Adm. or reiated phis i 'yr.' Sup ervlsorexp. in moderate sized .business function;* ment. Married couple. Living quarters furnished. COUNTY WIDE UTILITIES SUPERINTENDENT $1109 mo. degree In Civil, Hy draulic" or Sanitary Eng. plus 5 yrs. exp. In Water &/or sewer facilities oper., including 2 yrs. as Supervisor. Must possess or be able to obtain appropriate Water or Sewer Works Opera tion Certificate. ACCOUNTING MAHINE ENGINEER OF SURVEYS OPERATOR II $870 mo. H. S. plus 7 yrs. exp. $442 B.S. plus S .Yrs. exp. in a variety of Eng. and land in operating bookkeeping masurvey work including a y .rs. in chine. .. a supervisory capacity. ACCOUNTING CLERK I $400 mo. H. S. plus 2 yn. exp io bookkeeping or financial rec-ord; Perpetual Inventory Central STOCK RECORDS CLERK $535 mo. H. S. plus 4 yrs. exp. ill stOck records control -or re lated. DOCK CLERK Port Authority) $486 mo. SURVEY PARTY CHIEF $56! mo. B.S. plus 4 yrs. exp. in a variety of eng. survey work. BUILDING INSPECTOR $75Z mo. B.S. plus S yrs. exp. bldg. coostr. incl. S yrs. as REFRIGERATION MECHANIC Ill $682 mo .il. S. plus 6 yrs. exp. H.S. plus 3 yrs. exp. In clerical REFRIGERATION 'or colfeclion duties involvhig MECHANIC II public contact.' $620 11.S. plus 4 yrs. exp.* PROPERTY CONTROL CLERK $463 mo. H.S ; plus 3 yrs. clerical exp. In -area of puroheslag, In ventory control or related train ing It exp ........ CLEJ.tl.'. .. $381 mo. H. S. plus 3 yrs. cleri cal exp. including 1 yr. cashier iog: Must work' 3 :'00-1(:30 P.M. COMPUTER OPERATOR II $682 mo. H. S. plus 2 yrs. exp. 1 yr. must be as operator. KEY PUNCH OPERATOR -II $463 mo. B.S. plus 1 yr. exp. Hrs. are from 4:45 P.M.-1%:45. I RECREATION SUPERVISOR $590 mo. degree in Community Recreation or P. E. plus 1 yr. ex:p.; or, related degree plus s yrs. exp. RECREATION SPECIALIST (Dance Instructor) $2.42 hr. B.S. plus 1 yr. exper. Classes sched uled from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. HEATING:BURNJ):R & BOILER MECHANIC II $590 mo. loth gr. plus 4 yrs. exp. as a Steamfitter &/or heat ing-burner It boiler meek.; or completion of appropriate ap prenticeship plus 3 yrs. exper lence. MECHANIC II $620 mo. H. S. plus 8 yrs. exp.:* MECHANIC I $535 mo. H. S. plus 4 yrs. exp.* BULLDOZER OPERATOR $2.81 hr. 6th gr. plus -2 yrs. exp. SPRAY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR $1.55-hr. 8th gr. plus 8 mo. exp. hi Insect or pest control WOI'k. TRADES HELPER $2.31. hr. 9th gr. plus 1 yr. exp. In bldg. mech., or. equipment maintenance. MOTOR VEHICLE GROUP HOME PARENT EXAMINER $442 mo. 2 yrs. college and 1 yr. $420 mo. H. S. plus Z yrs. gen exp. relating to youth develop-eral mechanical repair. *Acceptable related experience may be for educaitonal requirements as determined by Civil Service. Hillsborough County Civil Service ROOIf 273, COURTHOUSE, TAMPA AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPI.OYER LA PARIS AFFAIR -IS WELL ATTENDED_ The li':llellaBtetl Evenlag recently hosted by La Paris Seeid Cbib was well -attended. Held at Ragan Pan AIICJ!tftllllll, it provided early Sunday evening pleasDt'e for both members and friends. These ladies are, from -left to right, Gwen IDII, Wyaell Taylor and Lenora Brady. LA PARIS GUESTS ENJOY A DELIGHTFUL EVENING The soeial hour hosted by La Paris Social Club provided a deUglatful evening of fun for members and their pests.. Among those attendinr were, from left, Minnie Mills,-Velma Curt111 ; Leroy Williams, Josephine Parramore and Linda Burton. NAACP OFFICIALS ATANNUAL BANQUET Members and officials of the NAACP, from left to right are Harold Reddick, Mrs. Helea with many friends of the organization were at Saunders and Matthew Gregory, president. the Sweden House for the annual banqu-;t. Seated Save Pictures I tAnybody who can donate as 1many of the OIF P'E i G IP[.E" pietures fmm tJhe E bony magazine'.s m6nthLy puibli cation under this title would b e greatLy llJPpredated by JIIDFIAfl'UIL in the Tampa Urban League. We wish to make a display in one of the Pyramid. Hotel show win dows Please leave the pi,ctures at the -Tampa Ut'ban Lea,gue or at Jefatul Central at :IJ025 Cen tr.al A venue. Mother Waddles: Black Angel. She runs\ "the most unorganized, successful operation In the world"-with unshakable faith and Read the story of Rev. Mother Charleszetta Waddles, arid how-with out government funds-she to feed, or con sole 100,000 people a year. One of 47 arUcles and features in the OCTOBER READER'S DIGEST


. na:. PutaiJsllecl Tuei. aad Fn Cet Both Ediiions PACE 5EVEN'!Bf!lC -. TAMPA'S NIGHT BEAT I : PATRONIZE '1'HE CLUBS WinCH ADVERTISE HERE THEY APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS DO vou uKE .. / 8 GOOD liMES? a YlCATIOIIS lfi:& WE -liE lOW OPEl SO YOU Cll EH.iiY YOD YAClTm. -... -BLUE --. CGL 4tto l fEliK l 25tlt S'l'IEET .. YOI'IJ. UYE IT. HIBTH ALBANY AVENUE 1 HE0--R EAM. -8 A R Ritz Adult Theatre -. En)oy tile besl ill X Baled Films in cool comJorlahle-surrOUJUiings Plloat 241-1378 ISih and Broadway .. Adults 18 OR OVJ"...B AND LOUNGE 3BIGSROWS SAM WILLIAMS, Pr.,.. -EHJit AI AFTERHOOI WITI YUIA THE LO\'IIST UD FIIEIDLIEST BAIIWI II-TIW1f --' .. WE SPECWJZE. PIHTS AHD HILF PII!S LETS GET ACQOAIHTED PH.E 229-211& -. NAT & HANCOCK LO-UNGE .AND-MOTEL _._ 2100 Block Fla. Avenue -liVE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY_ y eMir -Popular Popular Prices -. C8MPf.ETE SECUliT: Y--F. YGa SAFE1Y HAT HAMP1811, 1'HE BEST ICE COLD BEER AND WINE IN TOWN Soul Food At Its Best Specializing in Hamb.uger8 Fish Sandwiches Pork Chops. ,_ _. -. II ''The Hooky Tonk 4309 3411L Sbeel. PJL BE NICE T O HER II UD SIE'LL BE )liCE TO YOU." CiROPIES HOT '"111 HOT' TO EAT.'' SEXY SISTRS 'Til SEXY BROTH'EI&" JIIMY SATURDAY SUlfDA 1 DAILY II A.M. TO 12 P. M. ONE STOP-IN:N-'-US! 1111EE-DAYS Friday, Saturday aad S.uay. PENT'HOUSE LOUN

PACE. .. First Baptist Church Uncoln Garden Rev. J. A. Stephens, Pastor Mrs. Thelma Weems, Rept. On Sunday the Senior MiSISion ladies will be in charge of morning service. Rev F G Jack son will deliver the sermon 'Jihe choir and ushers will be at their posts. A very good progr.am has been planned for your enjo)"ment. The 12t.h anniversary of our pa.stor will on Idond&iy night and will contmue on through Sunday, Oct. 16th. The following churches will 1 a ppear on progr.81m: :Monday, guest churehes will be Pilgrim Rest Rev M C. Brooks, pastor, M. B., Rev. Nichols, Jr., pastor. The Dea cons Deaconesses in charge; Tuesday St. Mary of Largo, Rev L. Carr, pastor, Trusees and Pastor's Aid Board in day, Northside M B Rev J Jordon, pastor, and Rev Oum mings. Choir No. 1 in charge; Thursday, Trinity CME Church. Rev. B. F. Salone, New M'81Ce donia i M B Churcll., Rev. !Roberts, pastor. Stephens choir in charge ; Friday, Friendship JM. B., Rev .. M. Murray, pas tor. The -Junior choir and ush ers ia c :harge. Sunday morning the regular orderof service; sunday afternon at 3 the Mis sh1oray Sodetzy' in charge R e v. T J J ames, of Mt. Tabor 'M. B will be in chame to worship with us at all times. Revival In Progress A revival meeting is now in progress at the Prophetic DeUver ance Church ,of God, 903% E Henderson St., Oct. 2-15. Services begins each night at 8 The pub lie is invited to with us. Elder B. G Davis and Evan gelist Bronson are in charge El der Rosa Baldwin, founder of church, Overseer L. C Baldwin, pastor Women' s Auxiliary Mrs. M. Herbin, Pres. Mrs. L. M. SmUb, Reporter The Women's Auxiliary of the Florida International Ushers 'Will meet at the home of Mrs Sadie Armstrong, 24812-15th Ave So. St ... Petersootg .at 8. 'is asking '-ail: ; i mem&!ri ., tO' be present and on time, -BELOW AvAll,Ql.E: QNLY A! HOW AT YOUR HEARBY TAMPA Easlgale 5202 N. 22nd ST. Open Daily 8:30 to 5:30 NFL Insulated to-oz. Moos Features:an '26 NF L he.lme.ts 66c Vacuum sealed. double wall In sulated-ideal for hot or cold drinks No outside condensa tion 10 oz. capacity. PROFESSiONAL. -:. .. REUlE AUGNMEIT : '2988 CARS ADD $2.00 for standardlc luxury sized cars. Disc extra.Include. full inspection, fluid; clean-repack front bearinga, If nttdads Wheel Cylr. $7.511 drums turned $3 ea., front crease HilS f-4,:10 pr., return sprin11 50. ea. GOODYEAR, SERVICESTORES TAMPA .... TAMPA TAMPA TAMPA Hillsboro Plaza ACROSS FROM Downtown ACROSS FROM 2901 w. Hillsborough PHONE 877-9528 Brillon Plaia Morgan & Twiggs Sts. Wesl -Shore Plaza Aqui se habla Espanol Open Daily 8:30 to 5:33 PHONE -237-3361 3813 S. DALE MABRY PHONE 229 5002 w. Kennedy Blvd. TAMPA TAMPA PHONE 877-6701 Te..-ple Terrace Horlh Gale PHONE 831-1891 Open '7:30 to 5:30 9222 FLORIDA AVE. Dally 8:30 to 8 P.M. -sat. 'l:So to 1 P. M. Open Daily 8:30 to 5:_30 N. 56t]l ST. PhONE ::.'9'88-4191 PHONE 932-6186 Sat. 8 A.. to I:SO Aqul ee habla Eepanol A. qui se habia Open Dally 8:30 to 5:30 Open Dally 8:30 to 5:30 ..


Sa.turday, October "1, 1972 Fla. Senltinel-Bulietin Published every -Tues. and Fri. Gel Both Ed>itiona PAGE NINETEEN Ex Grid Star Seeks Capital For Fried Ch,icken Chain CHICAGO }\oger B r o w n tips the scales at a svelte 360 pounds, trimmed down from 400. W'hen he .shake s your h and, he squeezes the blood all the way .back up into your elbow. Before the. 6 :toot, 5 inch black behemoth even opens the lips on his. smiling face your first 'thought is, I hope h e likes me.'. But then Brown, twice an alJ _pro defensive lineman who play. ed with the Detroit Lions and _Los Angeles Rams and was one .. of the original "F'earsome Four. some" 'before retiring after the '69 season, looks down into his interv iewer's eyes and asks "help." Runs Chicken Franchise Brown, you see runs a c hi cken cutfit, tho to his face you better call it a .fast food chicken fran-chise .::.__ Afri-Kingdom Frie d _Chicken, located at 6200 N. Hia watha Ave. in Chicago. Brown, president of the finn and who admits to 'Putting away 15 pieces of chicken, the 21h pounders," at one sitting himself, is finding the free enterprise system more difficult to pene trate than the Dallas Cowboys' offensive line. Afri-Kingdom however, has been successful. The first fran chise was opened in 19'W and today there are four in the south and west side ghettos of Chicago. But there could be many more times that if Afri could get capital to expand and money is what Brown is looking :for. Gets Cold -Shoulder Afri has gotten the cold 'BUMBLEBEE' ADDS CiO CiO TO ROCHESTER REPERTOIRE ROCHESTER, N. Y. They applauded politely whc:1 AI Bumbry singled to right, then squealed with delight as he stole second -on a pitchout. They gasped when he motored fnto second with a double on a liner to left, just daring someone to throw him out. And they howeled when he jogged on to third on the errant throw he had caused They pulled .white handkerchiefs out of their pockets and waved when Alonza B. Bumbry cranked one out of Sil;ver Stadium, clapping until their hands turned red and scream ing until their faces turned purple. "Good gracious" o r words to that effect commented Ro chester teammate Rich Coggins, "they can't get this man out." Later; pitc her Bill Kirkpa trick peeled the shirt off his bac k and knelt down to shine Bumbry's spikes. The Rochester clubhouse broke up, Bumblebee had done what for !him of late was a typical ganle, c>r games. The Red Wings had .swept a doubleheader from Pen insula, 6-1, 6-1, and Bumbry got hits in all, hiking his meague-leading average better than 10 points, stealing two bases and scoring five runs. A Leg Man His intimidating speed allowed him to reach base each time he' went to the plate. Peninsula .shortstop Angel Hermoso had bobbled a routine ground ball jn his anxiety to nail Bumbry and, in his haste, .threw the ball away. Two errors. on the play. It didn' t help Bumbry's batting Rverage, but it led to. another Rochester. run, nonetheless. '"That's Bumbry for you," tsaid Wing Manager Joo Altobelli. .. He wants somebody ,to make a mistake, so he can go. He takes :full advantage of those legs of his." Bumbry on base can drive a :pitcher mad. He'd stolen 18 bases in 19 tries, being cut down only on a pitchout against T ole do. "Most guys are conceding secc>nd base to him," said Coggins, who hitg second behind Bumbry in the batting order, and would be expected to see mostly fast iballs to give the opposing catch: er more of a chance at nabbing him stealing. "But they're not throwing me fast balls," Coggins continued. "They're throwing me slid .ers and other breaking pitches." Keeping Bumbry off base of late had been a real chore for International League pitchers. AI had batted almost .500 since July 28. "The key is that I've learned to. wait on the ball," he explained. "I used to get a little im patient before.'' Soul Keglergs Bowling League Team 6-3, Team 8-.1; Team 9 13, Team 1-3; Team 4 3, Charlie's :Seer Parlor 1; Entzminger's Florist 4, Team 5-0; Anglin's Maintenance 3, Mungin's Stucco 1. Women's high game, Johnnye [)avis 192, 'Frances Pascoe 1611, Allie M 'imshall 178 IMen's high game, Willie Jones 004, Willie Starks and Jimmy A ,ckerman 112, Wil-lie Wilkerson 100 Women's high series, Johnnye [)avis 479, Pearl Dozier 473, Fran ces Pascoe 41611. :Men's high series, Willie Wil kerson 542, Willie Jones 534, Willie Starks 522 Sfandings Won Lost Entzminger's Florist 13 3 Team( 6 .. 11 5 Team 1 .; .............. 11 5 Team 9 .............. 10 6 Team 4 ................ 8 8 Team 5 ...... 7 9 Anglin's Maintenance 6 10 Team 8 .. ............ 6 10 Charlie's Beer Parlor 5 11 Mungin's Stucco ..... 3 13 a1he reporter is Johmnye D-avis LOUNGE Open Every Day Air Cond. Located: 859 ZA.CK STREET PHONE 229-9893 New Silver Moon, Inc. 124 BORTH OREGON AVENUE 1 block north of Kennedy Blvd. The hesl barbecue in lown Specializing in Ribs,--Chicken and Steaks Also Liquor, Beer and wine shoulder on loans primarily for two reasons, Brown believes; it is a black business that's ghetto oriented, and many lending con cerns simply aren't lendin g o u t money to new fast food fran chises white or black. "I've been turned down so n1any times I feel like a mo te l blanket," he quips, adding tha t business life "is not as physically as football, but mo r e painfully mentally and some the business is more tiring than if I'd played to two games. And I used to think bosses had it made." Afri-Ki;gdom's philo sophy is simple as Brown explajns it. Involved in Meal "You can go into any good l'staurant and have a great meal Mathis Talks But Lyle Acts Result: Early K 0 DEINV E.R -Buster Mathis did a lot of talking before Frlday night, but then it was heavy weight Ron Liyle's turn to prove 8 point, I Lyle used a left-right-left c ,om bination to -knock out Mathis at 1 2:59 of the second round of their scheduled :LO-round fight. It was theDenver. boxer's stright victory since turning prohis il5t h by knockout. Before the fight Mathis, go-4, who had never been knocked out in 10 rounds, told reiPQrters "I've already told R(Jn so he \V9uldn't worry, that I will win tJhe "Tho,s e gU\YS try to psych you ou t withtheir talk,'; the 29-year_ old former prisori inmate :said. "!But -after they I>Ut the mouth and the chances are bac k in the kitchen a member of some minority made some aspect of that meal; cooking the meat, making the salad, or preparing the soup. "If this person is given the chance, he could run the whole kitchen or restaurant, but he i sn't given the initiative or drive he might just be making soup the rest of his life. "When you run your ow n operation, you tend to give that extra little bit of sweat," he said. Brown emphasizes Afri is not set up primarily as a black b usiness, rather one for all minor ities. Work In Own Areas "We Wf!nt to. put minorities to work in their own areas Strollers Bowling League Results Team 3-4, Team 1-<1; Coin-0 IMagic Laundromat 4 Team 10; Charlie's Beer Parlor 4, King Solomon Bar-BQ o; Martinez Cleaners 3, Team 9-1 1; Team 7-3, 1'eam 1 '2-.1; Entzminger' s F1orist 3, Team 6-4, Women's hlgh game, Allie Mar shall 200, Frances Pascoe Hl'8, Lois Scott 19[. Men's high game, Arthur Me Carr iOO, James Robinson 1189, Willie Wilkerson 187. hig h series, Frances Pascoe _519, Lois Scott 5011, John uye Davis 4811. Men's high series, Arthur MeCarr 512i5, Char-les Lee !WIS, Rubm Padgett 501. Standings piece in they can't say anything." Won Lost got to fig, l)t Coin'OMaaic L _aim ... 14 2 !!if.where they live and where now they only have the greasy spoon places to eat," he said. "The stor'es have a tendency to improve the nei g-hborhood and the four. now in operation turn back $60,000 a year each into the community thru salaries. "We are a sound business venture, not just a black company." In 1970 the company showed a $36,000 deficiit. In 1971, sales of $1,055,000 resulted in a profit of $56,000 and in 1972, Brown anticipates sales of $2.3 million and profits of $90,000. It takes roughly $100,000 to put one store into operation and Brown would like from $500 000 to $1 million to expand. -Olympic Champ Will Turn Pro IDAJCOMA, Wash. Ray Seales, the only American to win an Olympics' ,boxing gold medal this year, will turn 'professional in January. / Sea-le s a 1 39-pounder from Ta coma, said Joe Clough would be his manager. Clough, who de veloped Seales and Olympic team mate Davey Armstrong at the Tacoma Boy -s' Club, has handled Seales the past eight years. Team 3 ... 12 4 Team 7 ............ 12 4 1\tartinez Cleaners lOlh 51h Entzminger's Florist 9 7 Team 12 .... ........ 7 t Team. 6 ........ 7 9 Team 10 .......... .. 7 9 Charlie's Beer Parlor 6 10 King Solomon B-BQ 5 11 Team 9 ............. 4 12 Team 1 . 21h The reporter is Jo'hnnye Davis. black brainpower to IHd this center en_. map. Progress Plaza in Harrisburg, Pa.; was planned by blacks, to be owned and operated by blacks, in the black com. munity It's a drea111 come true for the Reverend Leon Sullivan, founder of Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America. And Frank Smith, Jim Gder Jim Swann and Nick Prim above are some of the people who made it happen, ___ __ Our contribution was Frank Smith, who set Lip an intensive course in all facets of shopping center development. We've also teamed up with IBM and OIC to set up a training center i n Harlem.lhere, young minority people can acquire skills in the computer field. With staff and equipment provided by IBM, a $25,000 grant from the S&H Foundation and the self-help approach of the OIC, the quest for equal opportunity goes on. Our involvement with minorities is a continuing thing, ranging a ll the way from giving money to helping people help each other. \ I


PACE TWENTY Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri Cet Both Edaionl October 7, 1972 I WHO DONE IT IN SPORTS ] Question: For what team did Hank Greenberg play most of l'lis baseball career? Answer: Hank Greenberg pfayed m:ost o his yell'l'Si in ba;sel'l1lll with the Detro.it 'Figel's He ended up with The Pittsbur.gh Pi:rates. Q: Where is E 'gmont Key lo cated and is salt water fishing r ealTy good there? A: Egmont is just a few mile s southwest of the Skyway Bridge. 'J:'he fishing is usually good there and the key is close enough to be seen from the Skyway Bridge. Q : Wha.t e ver happened to Ralph Kiner the one time home run heo. A: The last I heard of Ralph Kine r he was a sportsca-ster in Q: Is the-L'e a difference in a volleyball and a soceer ball? A: A vollyball is much Light e r fn weight than a soceer ball. Q: Do you think the United States will enter a basketball Back in the 1950's a young man team in the 1976 Ofympics? came ta Tampa fram Orlando and A : By 1976 I think the smoke entered Middleton High School. probabl'y wilt have cl'eared away The man. was -a slow pata.:and we will enter a basketoa.U toed tangle footed basketball team in the Olympics llowever pLayer. He played a fairly ga.o d look for a much stronger team game and had great potential. than w,e entered in 1972. Q : What .,.,.eat black fighter J :qnes Gon Kentucky State College where he Thompson Vocational Schoo l in continued his basketball 1948 role. Jfe eventl:lall'y became cap tain. of the Kentucky State bas-Q : How many more years do ketball team and Ie. d it to some you think, Bo b I'Iaye'S will pl'ay of its greatest seasGns. pro football? After graduation he coached A: I e:llp.ect &b Hiayes to play basketball for !l.eve:tral ye11>rs at no more than tnree more years of Pinellas: High Shool in Cleatw ,at pro football. er. Presently he is a teacher in Filets anll Flwares Pinellas: aunty. ----------------------------------------------JOHN AliiBAU ClEARED HURDlES IN JRA(.I, UFE /MU!NinOH Lt isn't diGfieuLt t() im a trunk. ab0ut tllat a> bit he saieil ''That's. wily I came to Michjpa,. A lot of Yatlll& QUUteiTbaek& get a dance to. pfay her-e. "i jusll. wooked< hal!d, figutring if you work hard enough you aan achieve yoott i!Jal WILL lWINS BE SAYING ADIOS TO .. (ESAI l 'OVARl TWIN CITIES, Minn. Elich year as-the eaves turn and the baseball s eason ends, Ces-ar Tovar does his thing. And his thing is to worry. The 5-9' Venezuelan outfielder looks ahead to the off-season with all the eJreitement oE a man awai ting a court sentence. He be comes nervuus his mouth gets dry easily and his heart beats rapidly, It happened again this fa1l. Ohe night before a Twins' game, Tovar sat in the el'ubhouse with !lis fri:end', Rod Carew. "I know I'm gone,'' he said ''I won't be back here next year.'' Tovar once again felt Calvin Griffith woul'd' peddle him dUring the winter. The fact that he has had such feelings for the past four seasons and remained in M1nnesota doesn't alter h i s argu ment. Why Trade Cesar? "Wily w.ouldl Griffith want to yot:l'?" a reporter asked "Look at my record,"' Tovar answened Well-, the man w 'hl\l> hi t .:l 'RE!Il:s ami stolen bases as the leadbfi m an. Ivar' s problems. He absolutely re fusesto admit he is hurting or tired and can't play even if his physical condi-tioo detracts from his playing abi:lity The only other time he ly sat in the" dugaut was in ewly September when his rigl\t arm was so sore he couldn't lift it above his head. "He'll be out at least a week,'' a doctor said. He was back In three days. This is skirting the issue, how ever: WilP he be .tl'aded-? In a word, the answer-maybe. Certainly if Griffith was going to receive a quality player in exchange for Tovar, he should have traded him ai!ter the 1971 season. 1 1 Now, considering Cesar's statis tics other citlb!l may not offer a player of equal abflity, in Griffith's op : nion Also, if Griffith trades 'P(War, he will have to. find another, lead>aff man anci Cesat: has proved to be one of the best in the ._:game during the past few years. "I'd have had an even. better season the enti-re team would nave been. better, if Tony Oliva had played,'' To.var said. "WithOtlt him, offense is hurtiag. When. Carew., Oliva and Kille brew hit behind me I never see snakes (.curves.). This year, that' s all they tlirow me.' le&y lrOM Rodlfa. Seariitel Advertisers Under the cireumstanees tha 11 igll tl y rae e to be first tlte feecl line must be awesome to behold But not so aJWesome, perhaps, as tlre stght at J'olm Ati:tBua demolishing a star-spangled field of inteFrnediate hurdles in world record time at second's for the toO' m.eters<. rt wa s bhe ffrst tra>ek: reeont in tnese aoth modern Olympic games and set. ott wilil demoostl!atioD a 'IJI:OII8: tl'nJ: spectetol!il' in SbeAIIIi. A.kii-a-ra to' it with childi.O atee. a 1 lap ai9UD4 the tnd, over 1lh hw:dfes ldleJt lie had to, allli imqjila!y oan Wh6ll fut. :rum M a# tire l'eai' thingS< iii, hom !Acwa!Q, I MallD W .er, the sug .gestion was nat. H:_:lllinciiid as it may ha>.e> Memed, even if the unknown Akii-:Bu:a bact knoell:ed tlure'Heli ths of a seconc:t off' the existing-worl'd standard. U. Went: said: .. _. .._, o iut Earn MoneY All the wi!iie a: wide-i.wey am.He &plit hi hrrOI!i\!e c:re..eiolly fa. ce .foho llG attefiiii'G to; ilh-eJ taet tha t he He wa smiiiq an 1 ltout1' later litt Wlllilie.l futo tlie press inteJ;view i-eem,. hiWinlf, been atuck for lf, while-m -elev.aror F Ill (I SEES, ANN AE!iB0R : Mieh. Younff Dennis Franklin walked! out ol the t t-nace; tfte, I d'o; witm IDs taiemi; w:eU! '' brol[., d i4 not reeliy W111ltfinll ro. even contemplate sucl't 8\ scllimmage l was g9lng, to' stavt," F'r.anklin nidi in, the; s .am e c om posed manner be showing on the football fiel'd l in a game or two. He ll find out 111 few thiilp about himself and! Michigan wilL learn a little about: itself satunday night when it meets UCLA. "II didn t gtve him mu ch of an opportunity to show his stuf.f ," Coach Bo Schembecbler. said o! hisquarterback. "B\it he'll be a good : one I ? m confident of that. Each week he ll be doing more and mane. Franklin has two br.otheDs, oue who played at Yale and jg, now a lawyer. and anotli.er who went to SOuthern ailfornia and is i:1 th&-bankin!f' bllSiness. It was tough, b:ut Franklin chose Mich i gan. 1 like the-P.eople and I like U BiU&ll CEHTRAL BAKU\' 'llHE BEST 1111a. um. PB'IIIES 15th STREET AND 15th AVENUE After I See: II ,el. Firsll eu r Son Or Daughter Earn is Or Her Owa Way By Sellillg The FlA. S BULLE liN Jriclay J r011 l II LOCATI S: OFJICE nD7 list AVEHUE


-Satur.4ay, Octolter 7, 1972 Fla. Sen.Unei..Bulletin Pul.lished eft-ry 1\tes. nd f .d. Get Bo:tn Edition PAGE TWNT-ON _fUNERAL NOTI-CES BLACK, MRS. MARGARET E'D GAR Funer.al .services for Mrs. Mar,garet V. Edgar Black, 407 S. PaCkwood, who passed Monday in a local hospital, :will be held Satu.Niay at 1 P. M. trom the DUD LE -LAWRENCE l\lemorial Chap el of STONE S FUNERAL HOME, INC ST-ONE & GORDON, FUN ERAL DIRECTORS, with Rev. F. G. Jackson, officiating. Inier.ment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. The body will lie i.n state for the visitatiut government funds-she manages 'to feed, or con eole 100,000 people a year. One of 47 articles -and :in the OCTOBER READER'S DIGJ.ST ... --. ---/ ;beld Satullday .at 3 P. M. at Mt. Calv:ary Seventh Day Adv.entist Chur.ch with Elder F. S. Keitt-s, officiating. Interment will be .in Memorial P.ark Cemetery. Sur vivors are: 4 Mrs. Ma rion Stubbs and husband Mr. 'R. D. Stubbs, l\:Lrs. Mar.tba Smith, Mrs. Alice Harris and husband, Mr. Elmer 'Hariis of CliicagD, Illinois and Mrs. Beulah Gam ble and husband Mr. Haro l d Gam b1e; 5 sons, Mr. Goorge B Lewis and wife, Mrs. Marily n Lew is of New Platz, N. Y 'Mr. Roose velt J. Lewis and wife, Mr.-s. Myr.t l e Lewis, Mr. Joe A. Lew i s and wife, Mrs. Oralean Lew.i.s .of Buffalo, N. Y., Mr. Herman M. Lewis Mr. Bobby E. Lewis, 32 grandcih1Iaren ; If great graltd children; a sister, Mm. DeaiiJia Miller o'f V.aliesta, Geot:gia; a number of tdeces, nephews, cous ins, a sister-in-law, l\frs. Marie Wilson of Sarasota and 'other 'SOr :r.o:wing f'elatives and friends. A native of Kingstree South Caro lina Mrs. Lewis 'had lived here for the past 52 years. She was .a member of Lily White Lodge No. 26, 1\lrs Amelia Lowe, presi dent. The remains will re.Pose from 4 P. M. to 6 P. M. today (Frida y) at Wilson Funeral Oha p .el, .and after 6 P. M. until near funeral time Saturday at the dence. "A WILSON SERVICE" 9A TES, MR. LESTER Funer.al 'for the late lllr. Lester Oates .of t09 E .Qak Av-enue who 41eparted fllolll ftlis life oa Sep -tember 28, 1:972 in a local ftCIIIJlitru 'Will be held at 1 p .m. Saturday ifrom the Franklin Funeral Home with the Re.v. L. B. Br.ow n ilfficiating. lntellJI1ent will be in the Shady Grove Cemetery .dir.ect ly after the ser.vices. The r.emaius will not lie in state afld w ill not be vie-wed by the public at any time The funer.al oortage w.ill Itt' r.ange fr-om 3808 22nd Street, Apt. No. 653 at approximately 12:15 p.m. Saturoay. Survivol'S include; wife Mrs. Eloise 9ates of 'tampa; 1 son, Ml". Eal"l Cornelius Oate s of (Continued On P.a.ge 22) TO All VTERA 5 A D SERVI

PACE TWENTY-TWO Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri.. Get Both EdWon !;a lurday, OotoLer T, 1972 FUN-ERAL N OTICES (Continued .from Page 21) Tampa, a daughter, Mrs. Yvonne L Woods and husband Leroy of Tampa; 4 g1andchildren, Miss Quadeline K. Woods; Miss Rhodda Tralette Woods, Mr. Jeffrey An tonio Woods and Mr. Charles Ellis Woods all of Tampa; father, Mr. R. J. Oates of Ft. Valley, Ga.; 3 ste p sons; 5 step daughters; step father, Mr. Warren Davis of Tam pa; Grandmother, Mrs. Annie Lee Rumph of Safety Harbor, Fla.; mother-inlaw, Mr. Alice Lee Tboinas of Tampa; five uncles, Phil Rumph and his wife Lot, tie of Safety Harbor, Mr. John Lee Oates and wife Ruby, Mr. Walter B. Oates Mr. Jack Oates and wife and Mr. -E. C. Oates and his wife Hanna,b, all of n; Valle .y; five aunts, Miss Louise : Rumph and Miss Willa Rumph, both. or St. Albans, N Y :, Miss Pinke Lee Oates and Miss Lottie Oates of Americus, Ga. and Mrs. Minnie Lee ,. Plant and her hus band D. c. of Marshallville, Gn., devoted friends Mr. and Mrs. Silas Fisher and Mr.Joe Bell both of Tampa, and a host 11f nieces, and Other sorrowing rel'atives and friends'. FUNERAL HOME". will be in ch _arge._ of the ..... ,. of New York City; nephews Mr. Charlie Maddox and wife, ;\Irs. Margaret Maddox of Tampa, Mr. James Maddox, Mr. Winston Mad dox and Mr. Robert Maddox of New York ; a host of grand niece s and nephews and other relat;ves and friends. A native of Macon Georgi,il Mrs. Nance had Jived here for more than 60 years. She was a member of Lily WhitP No. u, Mrs. Ellen Ben janiin, President and Royal Court No. 11, Mrs. Annie Wimberly, President. The family will re ceive frieKds at the Chapel from 7-8 P. M. Friday (this evening), at which time services will he held by the Lily White Lodge. The remains will repose 3fter 4 P. M. today (Friday) 'at Wilson F:uneral Chapel, until near fimeral time Saturday. THE WILL NOT BE VIEWED AFTER THE EULOGY. "A WILSON SERVICE" REDDI NG, MRS. ANNIE Mrs. Annie V. 15115 Union Street Apt. No. 613, pass ed away September 29, 1972 in a local hospital. Funeral Services will be conducted Saturday morn ing at 11 o'clock A. M. from the Mt. Tabor Missionary. IRaptist Church with the pastor, R,ev. T. J. James, officiating. En. 11/ANCE, l\i-K3 SALLh.: l<'une-iom.bme.nt will follow in shady ral servi'ces for Mrs. Sallie Nance Grove Cemetery. A native of ef 2225 18th who passed Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. Redding away ia a : local hospital, will be had resided in Tam.pa for a held Satu -rday at 11 A.M. at Tri-number of .. years. She. was a umph The Church And Kingdom member of Mt. Tabor Missionary ef. God tli Christ with Elder Ja Baptist She leaves to cob Whitehurst, officiating mourn her passing 5 loving sis ment will be in the family plot, ters, Mrs. Lelia CampbeU and Memorial Park cermtery. Surhusband, Mr. Samuel Campbell, vivors a .brother, Mr. CharSanta Ana, Calif., Mrs. Ros a lie .Maddox and wife, Mrs. Powell and husband. Mr. Leon Maddox of Detroit Michigan; a Pow"ell, Detroit, Mi(:h., Mrs. grandsoo, .Mr. Nathaniel Green Ethel Tolliver and husband Mr. and wife Mrs. Wilma Green; a Charles Tolliver, Mrs. Mammie grancMaughter, :Mrs. Dorothy Murray and husband, Mr. John Robinson and husband, Mr. Fred Murray, and Mrs. Emridge eric k Robinson of Detroit, Mich-Streeter and husband, Mr. Dewey igan; a great granddaughter, Miss Streeter, ali of Tampa; nieces, Patrice Green; a son-in-law El Misses Sarah A. Streeter, Char d e r Maxwell Doylei Mrs: lo.tte MufhY, an.d Sharon Tol Mary Lue Moultrie, Mrs. Alice liver; nephews, Mr. John Murray, Daves, Miss Emma Jean Saund Jr., Mr. Char:les Murray and wife, ers all of Tampa, Mrs. Willie Shelia Murray, Mr. Doneii Law, Mae Nixs and husband Mr. Derrick Law, and Charles Tol Agusta Nixs and Mrs. Dorothy liver, Jr. ; several cousins among Lee I J ove and husband, Mr. I.e-whom are Mrs. Willie B. Wil roy Love all of Fort Myers, Mrs. Iiams, Mrs. Lynette Spencer, Evelyn Bourn and husband, Mr. Mrs. Martha. Robintion, Mrs: HatRoosevelt Bourn of Chicago, Illi-tie Kate White and Mr. John nois Mrs. Bessie Ruth Joseph, d ted !lee Andrews; many evo Miss T.helma .1\laddolC., .Mr.s .. Mar,. garet Noble Mrs. Delores Mad friends, among whom are Mrs. and .ltlrs, Gene)l.ee PIIJI)l !l U Kate Peterson, and a host of I l I UNCLE. SANDY SAYS / 44,56. Behavior Is the theory of manners pratically applied. 15, 66. ". other sQrrowing relatives and friends. The wiU repose after 4 o'clock P. M. Friday (Today) evening in ti'te chapel cf the Ray Williams Funeral Arrangements b y BRYANT & WILLIAMS (Ray Williams Funeral Home) STANTON, MR ; STEVEN Fu nera l services fiJI' Mr. Steven Stanton of 2707 E. Palifox, who p asse d away in a local hospital will be held Saturday at 10 A.M. 2t Wilson Funeral Chapel with Rev. Bernard Milton Jones, of t:ciating. Interment will be in Sha dy Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: a daughter, Mrs. Barbara R o binson and Mr. Claude Robinson; a son, Mr. Napoleon ftanton of Washington D C.; 7 grandchilc!-ren; 4 step grandchil dren; 7 great grandchi 'dren; a sisf er-in-law Miss Blan rhe Flem ing and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Born in Birmingham, .<\Iabama, 1\-lr. Stanton had l i ved t.ere for more then 40 years. He was a former af tlte Keystone area. He was also a veteran of World War I having !erved in the U. S. Army. Tire fl!neral cortege will form at 3705 22nd Street, 3lll. The re maias will repose aftei4 P.M. today (Friday). at Wilson Fun eral Chapel, until near funeral time Saturday. ''A WILSON SER VICE" MOIORIAM TAMPA_.....,. In loving memory or my husband and father, Richard Dawsey who passed Oct. 8, 1967. Five years have gone by, but it only seems like yesterday. Only God knows the feeling I have deep within.-You ..,. ill ne,er _be forgotten. Sadly missed; Wife, Daugl\ter: and family. .MEMORIAM TAMPA -In memory of my sister, Mazzie (Little :Sister) Baker who passed Oct. 8, 1964. We loved you then and we love you now. Signed: Ephriam and Bennie R. Bryant. MEMORIAM TAMPA -In loving memory of our darling mother, Mrs. Maude Mitchell who d eparted this life, Sept. 30, 1961 to enter her enternal home. Death comes to aU but yours we can't for get with all the precious memo ries you left behind. Sadly missed by husband, Al bert; Children: Dora, Algia, Beulah, Alp honzo, Ruth, Albert and Eugenia. St. John Circle No 2 -; Antioch Baptist Church Mrs Gladys Crews, Chairlnan Mrs. Etta White Rept. 20 02 15 t h Avenue Rev. Alonzo Heath, Pastor St. John Ci!'c le No. 2 will meet !Monday at 6 at t'1e home of i Mrs. A.Jice Lane, N0:3 B Armwood Ct. The l ess on by Mrs. King. The subject will be "How 1Much More We Live," taken from First. CorUm. 1!3:.1-li:l. nie last m eeting w a s held at the ihome of Mrs. Lu::il-e Hickson, :J.r020 Scott St. S. S. will began at 9:45 with the supt. in charge Morning s e rvice will begin at 11 with the d e acons in charge of devotion. The No. 1 will serve. A very good sermon will be d elivered by the pastor. Eve nin g servic e will begin at the usu a l hour with the officers an charge of d ev otion. The sermon again will be deli vered by the pastor.! Miracle Prayer Band Mrs. Sammie Le e Scott, Pres. Mrs. Tomml'e 1\lae White, Rept. The Traveling render a pro gram at 8. The public is Stars will Sunday night invited. The Miracle Praye r Band will meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Sammie Lee Scott, E1'5 Union St., Apt. 1 1211. Mr. 'rimoth y Young Adult Choir Union Calhoun, director. ]''a. I o'.mie Mills, President Mrs. Bertha 1\1. Mingo, Rept. The J C. Youn g Adult Choir Save Time And Stamps Phone Your News 248-1921 Union will have t heir monthly business m eeti n g Saturda-y even ing at 6:3 0 at Morning Star M l B Church. Rev. Crenshaw is the pastor. All directors, presi dents and members are asked to be present' and on time. SHADY liROY E TOMORROW SHADY GROVE MEMORIAL PARK planning concept of cemetery property development to most residents. SHADY GROVE will develop a series of beautiful re liglous floral gardens with a large central feature in each garden section. Something from the life of Christ or some thing from the Bible. The individual memorials wlll be of everlasting bronze with Natures beautiful green carpet covering the grave. 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JOBS NO EXPERIENCE REQUmED EARN WHILE YOU FOR MEDICAL RECEPTI(;)Nl.S.'P EXECUTIVE SECRETARY WOMER CLERK TYPIST ABC SHORTHAND KEY PUNCH AN& NURSES AIDE, CALL TAMPA ft.USINESS AND MEDICAl. CEN'fER 223-3141 aa4 up, !WHday. tJmr F:riday, .. Apply i a m. to-9> a.m. MAINWEIL C. "'-. ffi W XENNEDY RVD. Acres University of' Tampa IUBSES AID AIDES WORKING TOGETHER for Pro fessional recognition and fair .. wages. call ANA 236-5933 or 2s.i-3il86. DAY OR. !fiGHT SHIFT STEADY WORK, regular .raises. Sludmp peelers, and _... J'a>boren Must briag SOCial Se euity card. If und'er 21. must1 .,ring bittth certificate' ; Apply t A.M. to 3 Mo.-d# Uiru Thmrsda y. 9 A. M ; to 12 P.M. Fri4a.y. CORP. OOlh St. and l:Jceta K6ad No e:mperien-ce Equal, EmpfOY.er FOB SILE .50 DOWN MODERN 3 CAR.PE'f, refdgerator. $10,650 P. & I. $io:54 for 360 months at 7% mortgage. DON BROKER 872?29 or LIS11N .GS. "Seulilel Athlllillls lay fllrila1 -I'LL. IELP Y.!!: JfO CRDIIt SIIAIEY CBEDm .ARE -lOW DOWH PA !Nd1'? tlLL,HOW BILL BRDWI A .UTO SALES 3800 nA. AVE. WATERS AVE. CARDENTREE "lli>MES lir down, 346 mo: payments or $18'4 and-Homeowner's hSIJC. Msmbership. JIAVE. SEVEJlJU.. NEWLY recol'! ditioaed, .. _., fa Prop'eH Village. $50 d11:wa. flail HAROLD BAl5ER, REALTOR. Plloae 9M-122 7811 Nerlft 4tQ street Open and VACANT 3 BEDRooM bfodi': home. WaD to-wall carpet, laCJ'ge. sltact:y roc ARTHUR A. EVAIS, REALTOR 253-3054 '11JRED O'F lUlN'l1lNG? 0N I.Y $15 STARTS TBE PAPER: WORI{ ROLLING. C.UVER CITY $-108 OO WN FHA 235-. New 3 be* .. ms, 1 -ll'atl'l-, c-rete I bloclt b&'Die, wall te-wa:R car-1 pet, srove-aud refri-gerator. Drive by Arch St., then calli me. WILlED WIIJJAMS .BF.AtTOB 2514049 25-1-3234 2122 MAIN STREET --Buy From Florida Sentinel Ad.vertisers We Ita.ve beatitifutty new a aad' :-! : 4be woom homes; 1% baths, FOB SALE : i ellcfOsecl< ga!!a-g:e, large f11Uly : landSeale _tl-fofs at Pa:tm River. rer W.mali811 'all &21.3471 BAU.M.4J{K Eqtfal' o..,u.Di t y Heusl:ng Open eve ry clay te 7 :38 P .M DUPLEX $14,501 FHA VA CB, 2 Bedf'OMni!li each side, com pktely funiisJfelt. .A IDDTY II WEST TINPA i BEDROOMs $20,fMit VA. 2 Story Deluxe Home 1 3 : bedlroems 3 baths fufty carpe f ett an-d Full kiteben -emprete Waslier,Dtty-' e1! room,. Large game 1 Covered Boa& D\Jelt 2 Ca r Ga-. rage witli remete doors, Cempfete burgfar system. l..o'ts Mor-e. SEE BY APPT. liLY PHONE 238-2903 m 'f-IIIIIEY IIYEIUiBOVE AID [ TO WI& FIBIEIT Clem Painted Houses. Phone 251-1645 Plll.lt $ERVICE AUTO. JlfSURANCE C0VERAGE AY A COSlr 'Pilo\T C(I)RRE SPON DS 'J''() Y&llJR DIUVIiNG HISTORY. JACK JERRY 626-6 Hf4 I AUTO INSURANCE A. F. KII.BBIDE INS. Before and' after an acci dent 1281 1\MRl{}N STREET PHONE. 22.15531 McGowanEJtierprises, Inc. c 8i: M fmriiure Co. MA>RY ARTER PAINT PJaoae %47-1531 lD E. 7th Ave. Tampa 4-'Ull RATE PLUMBING C POST $10.50 TMLET SEATS $1.95 SINKS & CABINETS WATERHEATERS WASH BASINS, CI!.OSED ALL DAY WED. Open Mon. Thru Sat. 8-6 3822' E. B'WAY. Ph. 243-2411 i 1-JI\P.l NEW <..elfere1!e 3 I, D U P L E X AN D AP ARTMEN-11 bedlrooms; piQ18 pane t}ed finni}ly CombinatioJt. at 3Get -----------..: reom. M4Jdera kitchen, pftr!l air Peftft $. Downsfain -eat:i 1 eOIIditiefttt. Oldy $ii1,M'. FBA.. siioe-lias livin grooms, IJed!i___......, JfMJitS:, iMeJrat, ami batb. CEIJIIL REA T ante eDkaaces and cas:por!s. -AJa_ -_ tJpstai.l's large 3 helff'eems h fuwished' apal'tment J f:US deON RIVEitGDVE.. :DJOvg tllen lfglittiit 1!11Hl cleek. All U!IMs Is a 3' bed'neJR wffll rnfd Lef ineme p-ay yOift' &creen porcli ..-tf liaJ i m.rtgage. In corner lot for ee.Y filf,5f&'. Clift ,.LreE. F AI. ON, ASS()(:, I have key. Wree Res. SPAHISH VILLA \ GO BY P'.IMPEK :YOURSEJ .. P-Uve I'll If. -- 11--$8 tDJ' .reflful Hi-rounding. 4: bed .u. WB J:IJ&lmt, 2'' Italian mos-ate baths, 483 EasJ, Jloss-$6,018 ltvbtl tOQJn, formal dmlJlg rii(Jm big kitchen with break l..o'\V down with fast room. All Spa-llfSft Medite-r -lalenstelt r1UieMr: C'entral beat a1Ml air Iff 1 WES1 TAMPA $45,000 wi*ft fle:dlrie-1 CUSTORBUIL 'E terms<. IRAHD JEW COJISTRUCTIOH 3 BEJ)ROOMS, .2 baths, h u g e linni.ty riJ&m 25' lll 25' then 01" 41 bediroo ms, large dining area, kif4!11ell willt roads of cabinets, r entral H. and A. Extra large laundry r80lh. $32,000. FHA or VA. Ca11 Tony I.fcata, Jr., Assoc. Offi ce 879-5700, Res. 876 755. TREMENDOUS '\'ALUE! On a col'JM!r lot. CB, 3 'large bedrGOms, spae!ious kitchen with formroa cabinets and new G.E. range. Only F H A. I Call DeW and be nrst to see. J have HOME & BUHGALETTE CUSTOM BU"'T J CYPRESS AND NO'RTH B'OULE-1&1 VARD vicinity Nice neiglf. borhood. Large 3 bedrli'Grns, 1 bath home, 2 bedroom, 1'12 yun I IDITD IISTRUCT.OR Sight ReaMng, Solo and OFetlufral Chord Mef B a l" Method aH are-as ol the Guitar TechIn all keys. This is a gaffed method for alf 1 lmlls of lllftic. Some classe!li pfa yiJttr imfi"fidual or nrivate .. ...... 238 3108 E. DIANA STREET IIGim Lewis, Jr. FUIIEIW. DIBEtTORS WIUOI'S I'UIEBIL HOME 3001 29th STREET "Our B'usiness Is Service" Phones: 248-6125 245-2032 PUGHSLEY FUIEBAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As lm.presstve As Required A s TwexpeJISive As Desired. P.h cmes: z.t7-3Ul or 747-3152 DRIVE BY 6804 30th St., then calf me-1'11 tell you all about thfs custom built beauty. $17, 000. an' JS'ABEL PERRI, ASSOC. Mltee W79-57&e Re's. 8?'78884 galette, $1&,900. Adjoinill'g Jot foF Lily Save -Time AIMI Stamps Guagliardo, Assoc. Off1ce 879-. ____ T57AooM. :_ !_, ; __ ,..,i! l New$ II I I 1 "'r '' { f q ;l ... L.... :t:: .. ..,. I UD_, 1 l t x .. j : r t li\ YAMPA. REAL n, IIC. REALTORS


LARM.ON'S R -EMODELI N G SALE Come In And See How We -Have To Mak,e Things Nice You AT LARMON'S FURNITURE-WE ARE ALWAYS FIRST WITH T'HINGS YOU NEED AI A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY AND CREDIT IS AS EASY AS SAYING LA.RM. O N. ... J' SIMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION Similar to Illustration SIMILAR TO_ 3ROOMS in Contemporary For your living room; button back sofa bed chair, 3 walnut finish tables. :! lamps. In the bedroom; double dress er, mirror, chest, panel bed in walnut finish, mattress, box spring, 2 Dine on thi!J bronze tone table set witb 4 vinyl covered chairs. 3ROOMS ,:. in Early American Round styling thr.oq:bout your home, sofa, chair In vinyl with earved ef fects, 3 tables, 2 lamps. Bedroom group with tripledresser, mirror, c h est, chairback headboard, m attress set, Z pillows. Rectangular. dinette table and 6 wrought iron trim chairs at one 'tow prree I ... AMY ROOM OUTFIT MAY BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY. 3ROOMS i n Mediterraniun Have a completely Colonial home with a sofa, lounge chair, 3 mapJe finish tables, Z lamps. Maple finish be droom group bas double dresser, mirror, chest, poster bed plus mattress set,. 2 pillows. Dinette set includes round, plastio top table and 4 mate's chairs. your ... BANKAMERICARD welcome here ... aYa'nHfHG YN811 ...... iPECIALLY PLANNED AND PACKAGED TO SAVE YOU MISTAKES AND MONEY! "II'S EASY TO PAY T 'HE LARMON WAY" 1324 30 E. Broadway )i PHONE 4711 OPEN FRIDAY MIGHT 'TIL 8 P. M. Plenty Of fREE Parking On Lot In Rear Of .Store '!.'


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