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Youth Shot By Police Improving, Mother Tells Of His:/"'8 : ..} All The News Fit To Print (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) Sentinel Advertisers Invite YOU AMERICA'S SEMI WEEKLY VOL. 25, NO. 90. TAMPA, FLORIDA, TU'ES DAY, OCTOBER 24, 1972. PRICE 15 CENTS JACKIE ROBINSON DEAD AT 53 Harris-Alexander Vows Exchanged On Saturday Marriage vows were exchanged Saturday evening in New Hope Baptist Church by Carolyn Alexander and E arl Harris, Jr., who are pictured at the reception which followed at the Ragan Park Audi torium. Westinghouse Places $100 Million In Insurance With Black Firm PITTSBUR;GH, Pa. Westing house Electric Corporation h a s placed $100 million in group life insurance with North Carolina :Mutual Life Insurance Company, the lariest black-owned and ope rated Insurance company in the United States, it was announced last week. H. G. Croock, Westinghouse di rector of employe relations, said th& action was taken aa pad 4lf Black Cil' s Plan Demonstration PANAMA CANAL ZONE-Black Gils assigned to military lations in t)le U S. controlled ._Panama Canal Zone have sche. duled a demonstration Oct. 22 in Balboa against what they claim are di:.criminatory "pr. actiees by Elks Clubs in the Zone. "The pur pose ; is to dramatize blacks' dissatisfaction with both the Elks policies and military and civilian authorities in the Zone to take. eorrectfv e action," says a Slpokesman for The Coo.cemed Brothers and The Committee for Grass !Roots iBla, cks, cO-SIPOnsors of the de monstration. .' They claim that the : Elks lod ges violate Defense Department regulations which prohibit dis. crimin-ation based on rjlce, creed and eolor > in establishments located on U.S. government-con trolled land Despite relen'tle ss efforts by both individu als ''anti or-ganiza tiol'ls, the /Elks lodges stilf oper ate in. violation of; Defense -De. .': a ... stration spokesman said. "The only c-harges have been mimite tokenism; which have b"eencom pletely unaccepta-ble to blacks assigned in the Canal Zone." a program aimed at increasing the company's participation in the activities of minority-controlled finan cial organizations. Effective date of the "reinsurance con tract," as the transaction is call ed in the insurance industry is October 1, 1972. North Carolina Mutual is head quartered in Durham, N C. Founded in 1899, the firm em ploys 1,517 people and has some 850,000 policyholders in 14 states and the District of Columbia l:n 1971, the company's total life in surance in foree was over one billion dollars. Westinghouse also disclosed that fn the interest of strengthening financial ties to the black com munity, the company arranged de posits of $1.275 million in 14 black owned banks across the country ia the past year. .. (SEE STORY ON PAGE 3J Bakery D ies In Hospital Of Burns (SEE STORY ON PAGE :1). Tampans -sEE STOltY ON PAGE D Vktim .. Of Alley Shooting Is (SEE STORY ON PAGE 11

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PAGE TWO "=-:=:t: Fla_ Seatinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri Get Both Edi tions -Tues41ay, Ocfol;er 24, 1972 .. COURTHOUSE CAPERS Joe BonHno Faces Heroin Sale Charge Assaults Miss Cynthia D. Bailey, 26,. S2051h 15th St., arrived at T ampa General Hosp ital 3 a m Sunday via of a private auto was treated for gunshot wounds in the iloot. Her attacker was un i dentified. An unidentified suspect sh o t W.alter H. Mincey, 31, 1517 15t h Avenue., at_ his home Saturday morning. The shooting stemmed from a disagreement between :Mincey and the suspect. Howard Holder, otS, 2005 24th Avenue, was shot in the back Saturday night while at 21st St. and Mallory. His assailant was identified as 'Blake,' no last name known. The wound was from a small caliber r e volver. Mrs. Levooia Riggins, 34, sfabbed Charles C. Woodson, 18' 37(}5 25th street, at his home and ran from the soene She was later apprehended by police. Norman E. Lawson, 21, was arrested for aggravated assault T hursday nig:hlt. Police believe that Lawson went home with John liy L. MaL'lews, 35, 106 E. Ross, and once inside cut him on Uie band. Harold Hamilton, 45, 205 Flnrtune reported to police that he and a white man were argu i ng inside t h e Ki-Ki-Ki Lounge, 723 N. Morgan, Thursday imd the man s : ruck him with his fist sev eral times, then left the scene. James G. Stokes 17, 3 1 8 E. Frances, was hit wit h a po o l cue stick Sunday night Wihile at 317 E Ross. Stokes went to a local hosp i tal f o r treatment ood was adm'tted because of a jaw injury, police said. Burglaries Unkno w n subjects cut a screen out of a westside window Friday at 3()2 E. Amelia, residence of Willie McQuay, entered and re moved a stereo component with two speakers worth $100, and a roan s masonic ring valued at $10. The subjects fled unobsel!'ved. Mrs. Ruby Mae Poole, 30, 1356 through a window. He set fire to a dress and tm-ew }t to the floor, then flan out the rear door, according to police. An unidentified male suspect en t ered the Pyramid Lounge, 1034 Cen tral, Sunday and fired three shois from a .25 caliber revolver. One man was hit, and the suspect took $229 from the cash register and fled. Thefts Elbert Lee Rivers 24, 4113 Cy press St told poli ce Friday that he was walking h o me on Hubert between Laurel and Cypress when three men grabbed him, cut him on the arm and .took $46 from him. They ran nort h on Rubert, he said. A four-month-old German shep pard dog worth $125 was t aken from the home of its owner S at urday. Lawrence .AUred Holton, _.ST. PIE'DEIRISIBUIRIG Out of jail only two weeks; the man police call the king-pin of Pinellas County's heroin traflfk, Joe Rodriguez (alias Joe Bonimo), was jailed Thursday night on c 'harges of sale and possession of heroin. Paunchy at 190 pounds, the b_al diog 62-year-old, 5-.foot-6. r-1guez was a:rre sted at hts re s i dence at 23M Melrose Ave. S, St. Petersburg, by two narcoti-cs detectives and a uniformed po liceman. "\He g-ave us no trouble; he went quietly," one of the arrest ing officers said. Rodrigu e z will anSiwer two counts each of sale and posses sion of heroin 1n Cir cui:t Court. !His arres t Thursday is the Passing Motorist Shot In lum. 3002 38th Avenue, told police an unknown took the d o g while he was away. Ike Mosley, 30, 814 Olreloosa A West Tampa man was shot told police be was robbed at in the arm early Sunday morning knife-point Sunday by a w h i t e while driving down 34th Street man at 859 Zack St. 'IIhe man took between Bu ffalo and O s borne,.... his wallet containing $45 cash, he Willie L. Col>bert, 28, 1 1&16 Walsaid. nut. went to St. Joseph's HosSamuel Houston Thornton, 39, ipital one hour a"fter he was 502 S. Moody, reported toot s o mewounded becau s e at the time be one moved his car from his hou s e was shot, he did not realfze it. Saturday evening without his per-and thought nothing of it. mission The oar was a 1960 Cobbert tol d police he Comet worth $50. Solomon Rogers, 3 7 2402 E. was driv i ng down the street his arm b a nging out the winNor th Bay, told p o lice at d o:.. He said as he passed five General that he had be en as5ault" ed by an urilmown person at 50th yooo men stand ing on the st. and 7th Ave The at, tacker he heard a pop noise and felt attempted to rob Rogers but was a sting at the same time in unsuccessful. his arm. He went on borne. Witnesses told police that a .Aibout hour l ater his arm man and a woman entered apart-started to hurt and swell so he ment 8 at 216 S Albany Saturday went. to the hospital His x -rays night. The owner, Ulysses Ellv, reve. aled a broken bone in the told police that a portable TV left wrist_ and fragments of a worth $70, a window fan worth .22 bullet. $5, a bedspread and se veral pots Cobbert said he did not know and pans were missing A ham the men nor did he know ex and a roast were also taken from actly where on 34th the y w ere the rekigerator, he said. Jiitandillg. Miscellaneous Union St., told police Friday that A woman who witnessed a roban unidentified suspect bery by three men Friday re Insanity Plea Given By Youth her house, burglar : zed it and asceived a threatening c-all SaturORtLA.NlDI() Ja ckson Stall" her, then ran. Mrs. Poole day from one of them Mrs. Ethel ings Jr., a 1117-year-old Jackson did not list any missing items '1:7, 1_831_!4th Avenue, toler-ville youth, was arraigned here Willie Bynes, 69, 1705 N. M o rpolice she w1tne:;sed the roobbery Thursday on a variety of charges to l d police lbot be closed but could not men. in connection with the ra-pe of his shop, Bill's Auto Repairs, She !"as hfe m dan-two persons and t'he holding of 1721 Chestnut at 6 :15 Saturday If she _ldenbfled them to po15 hostages for more than 16 evening and returned about 11 p. lice. h r Oct 7 m. to park his car ins-ide the James Benjamin Lee, 65, 2506 ou s garage and noticed the insicie Union, and John Lee, 43, were Pubhe Defender I:<>uis Bowel?}jghts on. He said be went in and arrested F riday at Mth: St. and pleaded mnocent by dis.oovered three of his tool b o xes Hillsboro carrying a concealreason of In5amty to aU cooots. missing. The boxes contained ed firearm. er:al and ,.an electric Detectives from Vice Di-vision drill, value $325. executed a search warrant at 7310 Many Collegians Can't Read Between 2:30-4:10 Thursday .af-Morton Saturday and J found eviternoon unkn-own subjects entr.ed dence to support charges of bock the resid e nce of James Pernell making and possession of gamb W.ASHHNGfllOIN -Many stuJohnson, 40, 1717 Green St. They lin g paraphernalia Mrs. N10vella dents going to colle g e today can' t took an AMFM radi-o wor.th $100 Herring, 60, was. arrested. read. The National Reading Cenand fled in an unknown direcPolice arrested a minor, Jerry te.r in Washington said that tion Lee Willilams ; 20, at the New abQut one-third of all freshmen Pol i ce be'ieve that juvenil e s Lounge, Zack and Nebraska Sat entering college this fa}] lack broke i nto Mrs. D G ris Ann C a nurday for being in passession of the basic reading skills they noo hom:!, 1905 St Louis, Th u rs-an alcoholic beverage. Deed to meet minimal require-day becaus e the only thing misSMrs. Laura Hubert, 71; 1712 ments for colle g e study. ; ing wa, s money from a dresser Main, and Jack Hubert, 75, were and a bank containing ffii8cellanboth arrested Saturday and eouS" change. 'l11e rooms were in charged with aid and aSsist in a condition but no lottery. Police used a warrant items Stich as radios a TV, and to seize evidence to suppor t the a camera were not taken : police charge. said. Willie Washington, 74, 108 E. Samuel Moblev, 2609 27th Ross, was arrested Sat urday for Washington 37, 1711 Palladi> Ct., Monday Washington was carry ing a firearm at 52nd S t. and E. 30th Avenue, police said. first time in more than three years of inve stigation s that the St. 1Petershurg police have gath. ered enough eviden-ce to charge iRodriguez wi t h a narcotks law violatioo, He was take n to the St. Pe tersburg City Jail under $51),000 bail and rema. ined overnight. Friday morning, Rodriguez' attorney, I. w. wmiams, aipipear ed before Circuit Judge Charles I R. Holley and successifulfy ap !Pealed to have bail reduced to $ro,ooo. Rodriguez went free shortly after noon !Friday when bail was Jl()s.ted by Ira Blossom, a }tail bondsman from TamJpa. Blossom also posted bail for Rod riguez to fre e him from feder al cus t ody. Rodriguez was released on $50 000 bail from the Hillsbor ough County J a il Oct. 4 where he ha d-betm kept since his a:r res t 1:lept. 'lJ7 byU S marshals &n charges of inc ome tax evasion and violaticg the internal revenue laws. Ray V. Waymire, directer of operations for the St. Petersburg police, said Rodriguez has been under investigation a long time but t'he arr-ests Thursday are the "result of a situation that cro.pped up recently." He did not elaborate on what he meant by "situation." .Arrested at almost the same time as ROdriguez was Jo.e E l ias, 315, of 30011 315th Terr. S. He a ls o is charged with sale and. ipQS session of heroin, the sec ood such charges against him in a week' ; He posted $10,000 bail shortly after his arrest and is due to appear in Circuit Court. !No narcotics were seized in either arrest, police said. Waymire sa.id Rodrigu e z and his h e roin distr]but% on operation 'have "been totally di srupted by recent unexpecteG turns of ev ents. (ommunily Relations Bureau I By SGT. ARNIE MYERS Sheriff's MIND OF THE MURD,ERER Crime is one of 'the many -pos sible expressions of human mo tives. In general the criminal is one who has no inhibitions in a-cting out his unconscious im pulses; he is in conflict, perpetually' with others and with n : m' self. His ego and superego hav e not developed to their fullest strength. Mllrder is the most serious of all crimes, and it is expressed in a great many wa-ys. The mind of the murderer js a complex and ll)ultiple one with a great many different facets. At the outset Jet us consider briefly the sadistic murderer. There is cons id erable evidence cruelty i s oo end in itself. It apparemly an inborn propensity in all human beings. By a process of indoctrination, tendernessand gentleness are nor many emphasized -and and cruelt y placed under rather strict oontrol. The relation be tween cruelty and sexual impulses has been noted, yet not. all satis faction coming from cruelty is sexual in nature. The sadistic murderer is tremendously stimu lated by the ordeal through which be puts his victim enjoying mas ery over him and in his fear and helnlessness. It is qiute that the ma jority 01 sadist i c murders a r e rommitted by yoonger criminals. Do you remember reading the case a mcnth ago wnceming the nvo youn g men for the killing of four l)ersons who were the relatves of the woman one 01 .Ute assailants was supposed to be in love with The ycung mo'ber this brutal slaving and was foreed to be?: the culprits to spare the lives f>f her young kids. A study of bizarre murders indicates a state of extreme and unbearable mental -and emotio n al tension and turmoil preceding the aet. A majority of the mare .charact erized py unnecessary fe roci ty and sadistic frenzy. With few exceptions, the mtirderers in such cases seem strikingly calm after the act, and quite free of remorse The violence served as a means of releasing them from tension. Child murder by parents is gen erally a suicidal act as a result of ident ific ation processes In most of the cases examined psy c!ti>atrically it was not primarily an expression of conscious or un conscious hatred against the child. In both schizophrenics and ir. manic depressive psychotics there is a tendency for mot."ters, e spe c i ally, to project" their symptoms onto their children so that the child beoomes ana logous to an organ In the mother s bodv. What may frst he a suicidal drive may rrradually be converted into a rendency to kill both herself and her child. After this the mother may actually feel relieved of the symptoms which she believes she has in the chlld' In 11_rocesses where ijlere fs leM disthe may be merely to seek -peace for t h e whole family. Such cases may an attempt to escape from the turmoil 01 life, either real or fancied, and tlle child becomes an intelO'al part >f the escapi-_ng personality The suicidal urge may be tneomnletely successful and therefore lead to mur der. Some agJO"essive tendencies a gain!' t the child may al!';O be present as in the case of the un bappilv married mother who lost her first ehild throueh possib!e her second throueb seducti on by her rover STI.d attPmpt ed suicide with the third. These are the psyclM>loocal that lead to the act of child murder. So, for your own safety, bect>me afraid of the unknown and Uard aganst beooming complacent even though you are in the security of your o\im home. See yau later! Avenue, to l d police that som :,on e drunk on the street and carrying 4K>ok a .?..2 caliber revolver wotth a ooncealed firearm. Washington $25, s x eigpt-tra c k cartridges was -at Columbus and Tampa when wor-th $30, hand cuffs wo-rth $20, stopped by police. and a color TV console model Police were investigating a traf worth $700 from his house Thursfie accident Saturday at 3l)th day. They kft thni the rear d<>Or. Street and 18th Avenue, and ar Rit. z Adult Theatre Thurs!lay morning between 9:30rested Lacy 44, S04 E. 10:30, pryed the lock off Palm, for carrying a concealed the doo r at 4706 E Curtis, re: sifirearm. deuce of Mrs. Mattie Mae HutA witness complained to police chins, entered and left with sev-Friday while at Big Joe's Bar eral of the woman's belongings. that J ames Laseter, 39, 1117 A di-amond ring worth $125, two Chesumt, was carrying a gun. radws worth $30, a shotgun valThe man was fri sked by police ued at $30, a .22 caJibe r revolver, who found a .32 caliber pistol in $15, a polaroid camera worth $30 his pocket. Laseter was arrested and sever al miscel1aneous papet:s. Theodore Vpshaw, 27, 905 Flpr Their mode and direction of travel ida, apt. 003 was a r rested Mon were unknown. dtay morning after he pulled a An unidenffied suspect attemptgun from his boot and ed to fire l>omb the home of Mrs Mrs. Annette Hires, 26, same adNina Laster, 4408 42nd St Sun-dress. They were at the cornec day. 1 When .that try f!liled he of Platt and Willow at the time. pu..<:hed ,fn a screen and crawle d Police arrested Hubert Lee r..tjly dae best iD X Ratecl Film in cool ca.tOrfaWe suro .udiap Plaoue 248-1371 -: 1511l ad Broadway Aults 11 01 OYEI LOVE LIFE OF A MOVIE STAR. ''IIER BEST SCENES WDIE II_ Bm. ALSO SEX IS FUN ...U-'RIIUS 1IE niDfifB Tl .' ,,

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Tuesday, <>9fober 24, Fl,. Sentinel-Bulletin PuLilshed every: Tues. and Frt Get Both Edition PACE mREE Youth Shot -By Police Improving, .Mother T ell. s Of His Background By MAR_:m:A WmTE Sentinel Staff Writer Sunday the etaff ard members of the Center for!:A United Black Community met with several peop1e of the black community at the Central Park Village to discuss the recent shooting of Paul by police. Mrs. Inez 'M. Barney, mother of .the youth, delivered a touching speech to the attentive au dien.ce telling of her son's re background. Paul was .shot by poHce of f1cers ruesday. nig' ht, Qctober 3 in West Tampa after a disturbance involving the officers and 'several youths in front of a iMain Street Pool Hall. It was said t .hat Pay! struck one of the officers with a uool stick and ran from the building. The poli ce men cha sed him to tl).e rear and, according to them. and veiled for him to stop. The ofif.icers said the. fleeing mtlln failed to stop and a shot was fired strik ing the 2!2-year-old youth in the chest. After being shot. the fallen black was allegedly pounced upon by _..the policemen and haud cufifed, witnesses said. Sinc e that time fPaul has been but improved remarbbly and was released from Tampa General Hospital last Thursday. 'In the meeting with the au dience made U'l of both the young_ and old, Mrs. Barney told how her soh, a deeply religious young man, tr)lveled around the country as an evangelist. Paul, who attended Seventh !Day Adventist Schools, Catholic Schools as well as IH. W. Blake, is married and is the father of a two-year .Old SCiil. As only a mother could, Mrs. Barney said Paul has always ibeen deeply disturbed by the sufferings and of mankind, especially his own peo ple. She remembered how Paul thought himself too high 'or too low to stcp and help a fellom man in trouble, and this is what he was trying to do when he was shot down by po lice. Tearfully at times, Mrs. Barney talked of how she raised \Paul and his brother John, to believe in God and to fight for what was right. A friend of Paul as a faithful and de dicated worker -dedicated to the cause of unity and freedom !for all black neople who have snffered from years in Ameri ca. Now recuperating at his mother's house, :Paul said it was "the will of Almighty God that I survived my confrontation with the authorities Ulpon his release from the hospital, the stili ailing youth was jailed for a few hours until authorities learned that his bail had been reduced from $5,000 to $1,000. The charges were re duced from assault co a police officer with a deadly wellipon to aggravated assault. -Paul's case is due for court November 14. A defense fund has been esta blished for Paul at the Com munity Federal Savings and Loan Association, and persons wishing to contribute are urged to do so. MAN -KILLED BY-. CA.R A ,FTER ATTENDING .,.DOUBLE FUNERAL Saturday Albert Cooper, CS, 37' 0 1 5 Street, Apt. 4Cil, attended a double fu neral at New Zion Missionary !Baptist Chul"lch while his wife, Theresa, attended a cousin's fu neral in St. Petersburg !Afterwards,' Co0per went to his favorite barbershop, just a of blocks from his home, to get his r egullllr haircut. As he was about to cross Lake Avenue at Machado Street shortly before 8 the elderly man was struck by a .car and killed. !Patrolman lt. E.IFerguson was notified of the at 7:50 and reported following: A : Ford, driven by. -Mrs. Diane Harris !Evam, 23, 24102 32nd Av enue, was traveling west on Lake Avenue at a rate of 20 to 30 miles !per hour. Urpon reaching the area ahout 30 feet from MachadO: Street, Mrs. Evans noticed Cooper walking into the street and app!.ied her brakes. The car skidded for 115 feet and slruck Cooper before coming to a complete stop 70 feet from the point of impact. Cooper was hurled into the air and his body rested on the pave ment about ;)1117 feet from the point where .he was strUJck by the ri-ght froot of the car. The man was propouriced dead upon arrival at the hospital. No immedi.ilte charges were ALBERT COOPE-6 filed against Evans. Cooper, a native of Bainbridge Georgia, was a longtime ber o.f New Mt. zion IM. iB. Church, 'B: J. Jones, pastor, and was a member of the Pur, ple Lily Us 'her iBoard of that church. .'In additi on to his wife of six years, Cooper is. surv. ived by four daughters: and three sons. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 'I p.m. at New Mt Zion with Rev Jones officiating. Wilson Funeral Home is in c hai-ge of arrangements. BLACKS FOR NIXON CRIT'ICIZED WASHINGTON Sammy DaTic; endorsement of. President NixQ!l Jr., the entertainer, was booed for re-election. by prominent repeatedly two weeks ago at the blacks. The inchtents are indica annual Black Expo in Chicago ; tive of the bitter political battle and a Washington, D.C., record f(}r black votes this. eleCtion year. shop owner has stoppe_d selling They also reftect deep division the entutainer.'s recordings. and continuing strong dislike of Howard Uniersity's radio <>taNixon in a communny that has tion, WHUR, b roadcast Monday a traditionally voted overwhelming scathing attack on James Brown, ly Democratic. popular soul singer. The emotionalism and divis ion And some blacks In Baltimore ere so intense that some blacks have announced they would picket fear the disunity might leave future films o f Jim l P :': l qa'Paging .scap i. that : tafe former football star turned years to heal actdr : The historically difficulty that All these were reactions to the Republicans have had makina ill-Victim Of "Alley Shooting In Fair Condition Oscar Junior Miller, 38, 416 W. .A,melia, was shot three times Sunday night during a fight with a 39-year-old man in an alley south of Charlie's Place, 2907 N. 22nd St. A spokesman at Tampa General Hospital said this day morning that he is in the !n tensive care unit in fair conditi(ln. Ernest Monroe Mack,' no ad dress ; was arrested at the and is due for prelimillary hear. ing at 1:45 this afternoon. Witnesses told police that the two men engaged in ap argument inside the place and Miller told Mack sever11l times to leave him alone. Miller went out side arid Mack continued to harrass him, witnesses said. Mack left the scene and returned a few minutes later and : confronted Mil ler in the alley where a fight started. During the fight a small pistol fell to the gromid and a bystander picked it up and gave it to .an unidentified woman in tle crowd. The woman took the gun to an adjacent -h()Use and Mack ,1-;. inanded that she return it. The woman told the officer that she Black Phi Kappa Sergeant Becomes M arine Officer Marine Lt. Cortez had no reason to refuse him so A twice-wounded blackMarint>----"By the time I -gGt back ts the she returned the weapon. from Phiiadelphia who survived States," says Lt. Stephens, "I caS Miller started to get into a car the rigors or' war in Vietnam has a sergeant. I was do when Mack returned and shot h!m returned home to distinguish ing a good'job, and .mY superiors thz:ee times himself in the academic world thought that I could do a better Mack returned to the bar where and become a highly promising with more education. As a he was arrested and Miller officer. matter of fact, my thoughts were stumbled to a neighboring house Cortez D. stephens .-,yas_ me, ac a Ia ea er (of Ohio) uni:ler a military scbol since I found the life agreeable. Arrested In Dal' l as' and slima. culn .. It also meant that th ere was a 4 lauda :in the top ten of his cla'ss. good ch,artce for me to become DALLAS The former head of Today fie is a sec6nd lieutenant an officer." the local Black Panther Party has training for: the career of a With the Corps picking up th<.> been arrested and charged wit h rine Corps of{icer : at "luantico, tab. for -all college fees in !iddi_ extortion aD,ct pql:ce said Sundaiy Virgiriia. tion to paying his normal stipend htds part of a Mafia-type officers anywhere .hql1.L w; sergeant, Stepl}ens be! zation that is demanding protection such an enviable college.record. gan to attend classes at the presmoney from prominent business-Lt. Stephens .took im tough tigious Vniversity of Miami of field of Business Systems Analy Ohio. v.' Gaines Jr., 29, was sis and Applied Sciences: scored Stephens, though still a Marine, jailed and his bond was set a't 3.902 out of 4.0 in grade average was exempt from normal military $50,000. He :remained in jail and was elected to Phi Beta activities. Hehad applied for col Kappa lege study: th_rough special prowho once called him. He had tried college once he gram offered to Marines. Prior to self the leader of the local Black -fl:>re but riot on a gding to college, he was ; also sis .. n '-'1 come from a large given a "brush-upn course at a Panhter Organiza-tion, formed Van guard when National ily," says the young second' lieu ; military c ofle g e : preparatory Piinther leaders denounced him.' tenan.t. "consisting of two hroth_ school in J3a.iribridge,' :Maryhind. Polfce said the incident was P.art ers and .five sisters. M}: father : It was about that, time that. the of a protectiOn racket operated JJY is : an in 'tl).e Corps began an extensive : problack _mi,li_tants in the city. phia Nav:a1 Yard, and my motq to get tnore blacks inte its er works as a volunteer in the officer corps. The program is still M -S 'P Iocar school system. -we an know ahd further d e t.ins or ayor. ays oor the v alue of-im education : "', -its; oppot liking, he joined the staff of_ a ll9W se cond lieutenant. judgmentn .in the fatal shooting large-. caemical company Undef .. "H-v,;as. a good f!;!el!ng, savs of a bla ck, il'5-year-oid robbery its education plan, he attendetf Second Lt. Stephens. W i'ih ill SU&peCt whose death led to proTemple University __; but only d months, -1 became both a tests by some 1,000 blacks nigl) t aod for thr.ee minor college graduate and an officer. day. "Money was a prob1em,n ht have gotten my education iPoli'ce said Saul Link Jr. was says. "I wanted to go to s,GhoQl,. without the help of the Corps, shot when he failed to heed a but I ha(llo work to a li\111 it_ would most certainly have been police order to halt affei officers ing. Anotper proble m was tht much in ore difficult. And I se had gone to his home with an draft. I wanted to make my own riousl;v doubt I would have made arrest warrant in -.:onnection with decisions on that Ipatter. so I Phi Beta Kappa bad I l:!een the armed rob'Qery of a grojoined the Marine Corps forced tq and go to school ceJ;"y store. in 1965. l'iinultaneously strong belief, rightly or wrongly, that the President is buying blaek support through the Administra tion's black capitalism programs Republicans deny that contracts and grants are awarded mainly to those who promise political roads in the black community is compounded this year by suppart. Most of Nixon's new black support is from holders of fed era! co. ntracts l!nd grants, em ployes of the federal government or persons working in federally financed programs and projects, Including some former civil rights activists such as Floyd McKis sick former director of the Con gress of Racial Equality and Rev. Albert Sampson, former (Continued Oa l'aK ZZ) BAKERY ARSONI-ST DIES IN HOSPITAl Of BURNS Robert Bradwell, 35, 409 E:: Oak Avenue, died Sunday in 'Tampa General Hospital where he had been confined with multiple burns since the September 28 blast at Kakeland Bakery, 1202 East Buffalo Avenue. Bradwell and another man wers in the process of setting fire to the bakery when their handiworlt exploded in their faces. One man perished in the f!ame s that total ly engulfed the building anc:f Brad wei ran from the place with his clothing in flames. P9lice investigation after the Incident turned up the identity of Bradwell's accomplice who was burned beyond recognition. Hoini cide Sgt. Ralph Mills said the man has been identified as Lest e r Oates, no age listed, also of th(t Oak Avenue address. The female who drove Bradwell to the hospital was jailed in the initial investigation but Sgt. Mills said siqce th!;l incident she ':!as been released from custody. "Un der a law that was brought 1ui recently, we couldn't charge her," Mills said. ; Franklin Funeral Home is '!a charge of arrangements for Bractwell.

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_P_A_G_E_f'_O_U_R _____ Pu:'J,llshed every Tues. ana Fri. Cet Both Ed irtloni 1Hifilif -, ..,../ TueSoo .Siprine,&. All memibers are asked to at tend this union. All a r e asked to remember the sid' and s h u t ins. Visitors are weleome at: alr times. Lollis ,Martin, fOl'llller '!Deputy Chief of the Demo National 'C!ommittee .serve as co-chainnen of the Finance Committee. -x'lbe West Harris Roll ilbows that bltack votens bave taken a def.i_ nite turn 'in fa:vor Of !Demo neminee George McGovern. l'ba r.e,port, PUblished on OC'tx>ber loth, M'tled the shift of b1ack voters as the \ only shi'ft of any conse quenoe to take plaa'e' on the .ballots in five Soullhem six are lr.om Alabama, BIId there is. one .each in Geor .gta., M.ississipo pi, 'tennessee 13lld Texas There has 'been no black congressman f Nlm the Sou t h since 1901. Forty. two of the 44 candidates ar-e running for the 'U'. S House cif Representatives, i ncluding the 13 \IJlaclt i ncumbents. 'l'wo a r e see'lcil'lg 'U. S 'Senate seats, ln c ludiilg the only black eena tor, Edwar,d W. BI'O'Oke of MaseacbtJ. setts. J ( 'lewiston Services were very good a t an churches tn the oommunity be;gi nning with Sunday school wi t b the supts. and tea:cohers at tbeir J>O!!ts. 'The lessons were aU r e viewed by the paBtor*l. /Elder Robert Gra shon pastor O f ll'lte Chur c h ol God will have dedication of their new Murch on Sunda y, at 8 at &uth B ay. 11he fo l lowing are on the sick list Ohad ie Mool\e MattJe Hil ton, M-elel!lda Allen,'iBernice HlilJ, James M :ason Ohristine !Pender, CalLie .ial:ld Sancie Bryant. JAll are a sked to vi si t these tMrs, L. IM. r ept.

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Tuesday,, October 24, t 972 Fla. Pa Lilshed every 'l!ues. and FrL Get Both Editions PAGE FIVE HERE; 'N 'PiiERE Had brief cbat wJi!lhl 'Waltelr oer woo was in, the city fasll we;kend on J;mskress. and lUs sistet r Miss Jo;yce 'Jumel'; of the Walnut .t\pts Mr. .Pumer, woo ls; tllet dfireetor of pub lic rellations fw Muliammad &11 told tbis writer of Raving sugthe fii FoSter clOsed! chrcuit 'JN ligllt rights .. Word! is M:r.s. (!;aliOlpi li. Reed\, (laughter of, Bel!llice Rutlt Kellii., of WI. St. Louis St has j,een l.liCCeptedl fOil admission to study at one oC t he T echnofog,y achools in Miami. Young neighbor, Steve swpa. eu, a well-built 6'-2, 210 pounder how mooh he thol.lgbt of being sent diown to the Jefferson jD jayvee football team. as dur past two weeks he's. made ih-g defense against King JV, ecored fOul: 'EI!>I's ill\ anotherc g ,ame baying offense against Leto. the son of Rev. and Ml!s. John stephens Seeing where a many of the brothers and' sisters are now changing their "cheers" alleg.ien c e trOm the westside's Ace :Lounge E me sort of wonder if we'n tlhru the Oasis Cfub type u.s bag again, or the Tampa :P;ark Pl82la Super :Mkt sitootion fot that ma.tter IReg,udle ol whether I m tanding on Main St. at 2 P M. IA:. M., it still remindS me of lem, iN. 125th St. and are on the west s i d & of tOwn. Guess the best way to de scribe 'em is to say they sort of look Iunky-j,unkie." Along the brighter side of life, there's young gent Clarence' Jack ""'' fJOll of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (F, annle) Copeland, 3501 25th Ave reportedly set foe his grand march with charming, Miss Kim Wilden, relative of Mrs. Lillie Mae Stokes, 2105 N. 27th st. wHh the Bev. r... R. Stancil of New Bethel M B. Churc h officiating. And there's Mf Linda Cope land, moves up to a cute Il-year old as of the 26bh of tliis fast 211Qving month of Oct. a Coed at P.alm River Elem. Rumors around TIA has i t Chief Skycap Grover Cleveland Cw;.. 111eaux is set for moving up to the '73 "H'Og" drive. '11his will be I!IOmething else foe Mr. Cusseaux to wheel as he goes to his 25th year celebr llltion with EAL to be held at the Foont ainbleau on Miami BeMh ... Receive d word the BLack Muslims are still holding weekly re i.igious meetings and" classes .at the St. Pete Mosque located on 1st Ave and 22nd St. South The J,ooal organization is still see]Jing AROUND THE TOWN JERRY 'WALKER morning. gig oo. WME. FM l()li from. 81 A.Mf. to 12 noon. Jerey be ga.n hilf caneer. as< a disc' jockey at WTMP Radio After spending ra: yeau broad casting >1111i SPJ schoofs of Hillsbor ough During this period Jerry acquired a musical background which led to vanious honors and superior in jazz, concett mullic theory and marching band oompetition. His music talent in cludee playing 88Jtaphooe, bass, drums and singing MORE JETS., 'N BRIEFS IWISS informed by Blakle Hi Dads Clubher, M. Clarence Ba.,..s, of several relatives of Hal McRae of the Cincy Reds living here in Tampa Ail 1man Sy.lvester Simmons, '70 grad of > PLant Hi and son of Mr and 1\'IJ:TS. Charles (.MiDDle Lee.) Si:Jnmons, of Palmetto St. is reportedly assigned to AFB. My two house guys came home around midnight Friday; telling of how swinging the party given for 11th grader, Miss Mary Richards was in CarV!e'l' City H a d wondered where the kats were while leaving home to cover the "graveyard" shi't. at TIA. Larry Green, one of my very fine young pwt-time house guys stopped by during weekend visits home f11om 'Daltiahassee where he's a student fu the MianpoweF Program. Larry, 1>0n of Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Prlcllla > Green, of Walnut St L G., told l of; !his Man power Program's project of the past few days being tbe con struction of one of >the floats for FAMU's homecoming game Hyde PaFk Prav Bancl Mrs-. Ed'dies WilBon, Pres. Mrs. Lillie M. Holloway, Rept. 'J1he> JffiY,de PMTk Pra yel' Hand Wiilt m-eet 'J1hu:usc&Yi mt_ ]2':3'.0, at 'tih& ho m e o lt Mn. S amd't HilTs, 160'& :Miol'g,all\ St. 'J1he las, t meeting; wa:!ll Ireldi at the' h.ame of Mn. Eeliyn. 2505 19th St. Remember tire sick &nd shut fns Visitol's al'e aLways wel come Valclista,, Ga. &irwiK:es at St. IP' aul .AIM1E (Cftwcfu Jieg an with the supt. in. cn:av:g;e The lesson was, b the !PastoJ.t. iM'OJmiing-se11vioce at lJ1; with choir No. 2 : andl ushel'S> selling A vexy god! SemDOll\ Wli'S deY,vered by the pastor. !.Mil membel!s. are askedi w re :membel" the stck and S"hut,iiJ:s. !Rev. IMl. IH. IBradwelll, pastor andl I M'ary IL. :SlaS Bnown g ,ame'. SEENIN. G WHERE JULIAN JN, 'I'HE RtJNNJNG FOR 'J!BE S'tAllE SENATE bl'ings t o mind the years spent by Ml'. Lane w Mayor o i '11amp.a a few years ))ack carnt F.ecalll anyr polj,tical figure ever dOing, mol7e to help Tampa citi. zens o f the black than was, dOne by >the thell', Ma!O Aad tile honest to neSs: unusual part off the matter at the-time was, Nick Nuccio, not l!.aae, bad been our prefel'l'ed cho ice. And if this sounds like an endorsement from this corner fol' Julian Lane foe F1&. State Sen ator, it is .. OOPS I!.EA:ST II MOS'J SURE LY ND11 FOIWrE'll BirtbdBy greetinp for t.oday (Oct 24th:) goe. to, mYJ roommate of fue. "er put few: years, wife, Marpnt J. Bratly Hope you like-the gifts, as much as I dido those given me during my 'er "28th" nSiilal day celeb11a;tion back in ... A FEW' .081NG 'llHOtJloHIJlS FOR 'llOD& "A true bimdJ lal somebody, w.oo can nUke. tB 30; what we CaD\ do! n "Ignonanee> with love is thall\ without it" .... ''I don't reeret' any,t:hing I've ewr done, .as loog as I enjoyed it at the time ) .' (by Kadlei'Die lfep-blinai> ---AND, TcHE 01!.1)' TIME ltELii GION, someone fURl said: : 'H we would relip like a Baptist experience it like> a Methodist be Hillsbotougll H-.rg. II s., I By Olivia AacfenoD ;uul Earlene lii:llarlsoa Brothers in the-spotli.t: c;f our brothers, in Ure spotlioglitt for OOday is Jefiiiey AIII06. rey resides at 4005 27th> Street, wi t h his parents. Mr. and Mns, William Washington. AroWldl the. den you can find JeffreY, wi.th. all o the souliul' peopfe He lists as his favorite foodl anthing edibl'e. Jeffrey's hobbies .are bas liietball and' just jiing auoundl He also is a membe:r; el the Big Red basketball team. He has no main. jam. He fust on al > E af 'llhe souifu E sounds His, main. jammellS are Sly 'llhe FamH;w, Stotre. Our ether brother in the spotlight l's Mlr. S\Jpe11bad rumsel, positi've about It like 8l Disciple, be proud! of i.t like an Epi'sropaiia.n. pay for It like 'IIi Presby,te11 ian propag;ate it like an Adventist, and! enjoy it like Ill Negra-That woul'd be' some' religioo." SEE. 'YAllJ J!.A, 'JER. Carl Haynes Around the den you can find Cad with his friends, C'athl{, Olivia C'andy, Darell, Sandra and more. Carl is on the football team. He is ons of the superbadi His main jam, is. CColdest Days of M'!/ Lifeand his main jammel7s: are the Chi-Lites
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Fla. every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editlonti TuesCJay, Odol>er 24, rACE SIX Omega Sweetheart To Be Announced At Mardi Gras Ball Friday JUDY JACOBS The next few days will be ex for' memibers ol !Pi !Iota ChaJpter of Omega !Psi IPhl Fra ternity. They are in the process of selecting their Sweetheart, and the five g.ixls. competing for the honor are working bard to be No. One Girl. lin the O!Mga wives end friends throughout the area are looking forward to !Friday evening w'hen the important an nouncement will be made at the annual !Mardi Gras Ball to be CHERYL IDLL held at CUrtis Hixon Convention center. Among the contestants are Judy Wa!ker Jacobs, Cheryl IL. -!Hill and Carolyn Marie !Bagley, i Miss Jacobs' resides at r21al.B ,18th Avenue,' and is employed ATTENDANTS IN CROMARTIE-ANDERSON WEDPING I \ When Cynthia Anderson became the bride of Glover Cromartie Saturday evening, the maid of honor was her sister, Shi .dey. Anderson, center. Bridesmaids were, from left to right, Nickie Cham bers, Darlene Daniels, Cheryl Everette and Alv a Brown. THE ARMETTiA BENEFIT AND BURIAL SOCIETY QUARTER LY BOARD will meet at 8 P.M. Thursday at the temple, 2717 i&th Avenue All-'' presidents and representatives must be present with reports -Members of LILY WHITE LODGE NO. 92 will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 a.t' the 29tJli Street Temple. LILY WHITE JUNIDR AND SENIOR LODGE NO 10 will have a called meeting Wednesday night art; 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Ethel M. Broadnax, 2631 31st Avenue. NOTES FROM TAMPA CLUBS 'An imwrJant 'ci CARVER CITY CIVIC CLUB will be held Wednesday evening at 7 :30 at the F'Oroot Heights Communi-*'1 Center. Mt. Calvary SD A Elder T. L. Fountain, Pastor Mrs. Lillian Jenkins, ,_Rept. Sabbath Day services began at the usual hour with Sunday school with the supt. and tea chers at their posts. Morning service began 'at 11 wi!h Elder R. Hairston, Secty. o f South Atlantic Conference, introduced new pastor EIder 0. C. Our pastor rwlll to 'us sometime in The M ; V. Department held theit m 'eethig. at the ustia( hour. Fripay at Vespers will .. be held "at the church. CAROLYN BAGLEY by the Metropolitan A 1 geocy, Miss Hill Ia the daughter Of Mr. and i:M:rs. Joseph Hill Of Tallahassee, :and : a graduat. e Of Flocida A & M University She is manager 01. Boss Biddy. C.a, rolyn Bagleyis the daughter of IMr, artd IMrs. !Wallace Bag. ley, 0108 st. Louis Street. She ls a Junior at the University of South 'Florida. -------------------------ATTY. AND MRs. STEWART HOST COCKTAiL PARTY The pretty new: Thontosassa of Atton,ey and M-rs. Delano Stewart-\\1as 'the scene of the cock ail party which began a round of social funciieps a&sOciated with the approaching I\{ardi Gras Ball of PJ Iota Chapter of o fnega Phi Fraterrut)r. special guestS were c:andid ate s foc the Orrieg a Sweetheart : honors: Carolyn Bagley, Dolores Edwards, Evelyn Paris, Cheryl Hill and Judy Wal ker Jacobs. seen in various roqms of the Stewart home during the even!ng were Dr. and Mrs. Dan Akins of the University of South Fldrida, Mr. and 1\-Irs. Rudolph Arnao Mr. and Mrs. Walter L, Jleaord, Daniel Bivens, CWO and Mrs. Kelley E. Bofdeli, Bru ce Brew. lngt01_1, Ronald C-ason, Larry Coswell Depeiza Atty. and Mrs, George Edgecomb, Mr. af!d Mrs. John Evans, Eddie Faulk, Dr. Green, James Hoargrett ; Mr. and Mrs. Japtes Hargrett, Jr., and Mrs. Louis Ha rper, : Henry Vince,nt, Kenneth J acob s, Ed mond Luster, Dr. and Mrs. Leroy McClo ud Simmie McNeal 'DoD Juan Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pad-gett, Mr a nd Mrs. iRahming s, M!. and iMrs Jo)\:0 RobinsQl.l,Robinson Willie Robinson, Jr., Mr. an d Mrs. Robert Scott, Dr. and Mrs. riavjd Smith; Leon Stevenson, Mr. and l\frs G. V. Stewart; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Twiggs Gerard Williams, Williams a nd David Wilson. VACATIONING Mrs. Mittie Byrd Guinyard accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Lucille Woodard back to New York to visit relatives and friends in East Bronx : Mrs. Woodard was to attend final rites for her sister, Susie Byrd. While in Tampa she enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Everett, Mr. and Ernest Clarke, Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Byrd and Mrs. Virginia Rolle. MRS. BENNETT ENTERTAINS CHURCH GROUP Circle No. 2 of Greater Bethel Baptist Church met recently at the home of Mrs, Etta Bennett, 1902 St. Louis Street. Mrs. Endie Stewart presided. ; At te ndin g were _the Rev, and j\1;rs. J. L Overstreet Mrs. Cora Mrs Alf.a1r Green MI:s. Sarah Green, Mrs. JoseP.hine Wil hams, Mrs. Caffae Jones, Mrs. Ruby You ng,' Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs. Madalyn Johnson ; Mrs. Queenie Stevens, Mr s Carrie Mrs. Mae Alice Dorsett, John Williams, Mrs. Altamease Monro e and the Rev. and Mrs. J. P Saunders. ST. PAUL LADIES MEET WITII MRS. DOBY The recent meeting of the St. :Paul Ladies Auxiliary was at the borne of Mrs. Inez Doby. Mrs. Mildred Douglas and Mrs. Dorothy Nelson were co-hostesses, and Mrs. (;hristlne Thomas presided The discussion. was mostly about the Men 1 and Women's Day pro jec t. Attending were Mrs. Ruby Arrington, Mrs. Olivia Bagle y, Mrs. Rowena Brady, Mrs. Annie Brou ghton, Mrs. Bes sie B rown, Mrs, Louise Daniels Mrs. Mazie Ev, ans Mrs. Georgette G ardner, Mrs, Theo Grimes, Mrs. Mamie Hargrett, Mrs. Lucille JO'hnson Mrs, Cancerina M artin, Mrs. Deanna McKinney, Mr!J. E va Pride, Mamie Shields, Mrs. F annie Stone, 1\frs. Velton Wooden and Mrs. Hattie Yates. COUNCIL PARTY Members of the Reatba Williams Council met. Satocday eveninr (Continued On Page 7)

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Tues"day, Ocfoher 24, 19'72 Fla. Published every Tue!i. and Fri.. Cet Editions PACE SEVEN Missionary Day To Be Observed At Pleasant Chapel Sunday New Bethel Announces Women's Day 1 MRS. ETHEL BROADNAX chairman Missionary Day will be observed Sunday at Pleasant Cha pel AME Church, 2617 Ohipco Street. The Rev. A. W. 'Lybrand is the pastor Mrs. Ethel M. !Broadnax, pre sident, is the general chairman, and the co-cha:irmen are !t'4rs. Susie 'M. aJlrking ability. LITTLE J,EAGUE AUXILIARY Mrs. Freddie Wilder chairman of the Women s Auxiliary of tha Yellow J acket Little Leagu-e, announ ces a meetin g at the S ug :'lr Shack, 2300 N. Oregon Avenue Thursday evening at 8 o'cl ock. Mothers and other interested women of the community are ask e d to attend this org.aniz.ational meeitng The elec-tion of officers and other very important business is on the agenda. Fathers and interested men are also invited. MISS PHIOLETTE Madalyn Hillard was crowned Miss Phiolett.-e of 197Q at the recent Green T e a. Patty Banks was se eond and Shaenetta Mullins was third. Models in the fa s hion pr-esentation were Sharon White, Ang ela Womack Alicia Ragins Johnnie Marshall, Bonnie Brown Jean Craw. ford Turner Yolando Boronell, Tisa Boronell Ophelia B o l en Cheryl Judge Callie Crawford, Sherwayne Campbell and Cynth i a Howard. AMONG THE SICK Confined at home after major SUrgery ,at St Joseph Hospital is Theodore R. L-ee Sr., busin-essman, golfer and one time musician He is the owner of Lee and Sons Janitorial Services, 2121 Pins Street. Mr. Lee Is the :fiather of Atty. l\Iedford Lee of Louisville, Ky., an
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PACE EICHT Fla. Pulllishecl every Tues. anc1 Fr1. Cet Both Editions ._..../ Tuesday, 24, 1972 CATCHES BRIDE'S BOUQUET. Lorraine AJleu, left ; catches the bride's bouquet at the wed cling reception cf Dorotlty Lyles and Charles McCas1}i!l. She is pic t Hre d with aaotber member of the wedding party, Mary Henigan. MIRRORS OF SO.CIETY By HEVERLY (. w. A F ABHION !\'lUST A fashion must is Ute Ebony Fashion Fair to be in Tam pa at Curtis Hixoo. Audi torium 011 Octiober lll, under the auspices the Tampa Urban League Guild. UNITED NATIONS DAY A pubik sdcial fur the observance of united Nations Dey is being sponsored by the Baha'i Communities d. Tampa, HillSborough County and The covered dish picnic will be at Lithia lbere will be p'l;alined games for children and a brief talk by Chairman BiD Newell. Pel'Sons w :shing to attemi shoald call Mrs. Bill Jester at 971 6059. GIRL SCQUT C.F,:REMONY Girl Sccmt 'rroop 1m had the : r investiture and red. edicatioo ceremony at WiUia'ms Scllo61. The candlelight ceremony speaker was Mrs. Mozena Jackson; Miss Salldca Nelson was the mistre :ss .of cer. emooies. Girls irt(lucted wece Katera 1\toss, Michelle Henderson, Delores Lee, Wilma Jacksoa, Lin&! 1\'lcK'uuion, Lucinda Sweet, Hazel Mae Late, Debr.a J,egge .tte; Janice Ban, Early ColemaD, Twanda Cole, Lapban Clark and Sbelia Junior gi.ds rededieate:cl were Sheryl lkoker, Sharon Faison, Gaitry Gray, Brenda R&binson, Brenda Wasbingicln, Tberessa Wrigbt, Alma Denise Davis Rougb and Katllryn Davis. Cadet girls rededicated wece Shella Sml121. Sharon LYJ!Ae John son, Sharon Wlil4len, 1\Ionica Jo hnson Kimberly Davis, Baroara Clark, Tonia Harrinst11o11. and Sharon Johnson. Refreshments wen1 served a:tec the ceremony. Troop leaders are Miss Mary C. Williama and 1\liss Clara B. ; JJEADSTAR.T PARENTS ORGANIZE Mothers Gf HeadStart teachers and the principal. Mrs. Dora Reeller got together recently and organized a Parent and Teacher Group. Mrs. Gwen Clemons Daulels was elected chairman, the oo-cb.airliUln is l'llrs. Delo11es B1Uiter. Mrs. A:zollne New some is the secretary, and .Mcs. Betty Warru is treasurer. Other pom-ents at ending besides those" already mentioned were Mrs. Katherine Han'is, Mrs. Emma Jeaa Ru4widt, l\lr s. Lucy Mills Mrs. Adliie Holtan, Mrs. Rose Lewis Mn. Tbec.esa Davis, Mrs.' Mabel Billaps, Mrs. Lillian Hodges, Mrs. Atice Sirmons and Jks. Rita Bulmer. TES'IlMONIAL HONORS MRS. CANADY Mrs. Evelyn Sams Cll.llad,y : Fort was honored recently by Fr1encislJ.4! B:a!}tist Church in recognitioa of ber lll13111Y achievemtmts and contributions of service t o the local church and commuinty. A heai" t-warm'ng program was rendered under the direction of thz pastor, the Rev. Isa4ore Edwanh, lr., Hultert Ton ey, Mrs. Viola Silas, Mrs. Situ and Mrs. P!ro,grlam p
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PAGE TEN na. Seftthtei-Bulletin Published every TuM. and Fri. Cet Both Ed!&ns Tuesday, Ocfol&er 24, 1972 Multi T alinted Military Man Exceeds As Music Salesman GEORGE PORTER By MARTHA WHITE Sentinel -staff Writer Four years ago when the U. fl. Air Force transferred Sgt. George Porter to service duty at :MacDill AFB, Tampa recieved a person wi-th a muUitude of talents. Sgt. Porter is a musici-an, a l!alesman, a human relations an instructor and most importantly, a liceneecl minister. Six months ago, he became the first music ment salesman in Tampa working at Coastal Keyboards in Eastgate Pla. za. After being with the company just over three months, Porter was listed as the top salesman ()Ut of the four man team. In that business, an. average sale Qf four pianos and organs per month is considered good. His ability to play the instruments he sells is a great advan tage for Porter. He can be seen outsid e the store on Saturdays demonstrating an organ that is the only one tha t can be played with two fingers. Porter chang es the tempo-from rock and roll to a waltz.-with one finger while continuing to play the meiody with another finger. Porter's amazing professional ability goes ba. ck 25 years, when he was just 16 years old. Two ()f our presidents have been entertained by Porter, namely Lyndon B. Johnson and. Dwight Eisenhower, as well as dignita ries in Portugal, Okinawa, Viet Nam and most recently in Greece. In addition to his mj.Jitary duties and o'Qligation as. a salesman, Porter' s spiritual hunger is aa.tiafied at New Salem P. B. 'Church of which Elder R. H. Boward is pastor. He also ser ves as the organist for the lat:ge congregated church. He credits his gospel start to the late Roberta Martin, a world rendwned guspel pef$0nality, in Chicago. At MacDill he is a Social Action NCO whose job is to teach Race Relations. Porter is a career man with over 19 years jn the Air Force and plans to retire within the next two years. Upon retirement he plans to have established himself as an exce .ptionally successful salesman. He is married and the father of two girls, .ges five and nine. South FIOricla ConfereJKe lay11en To AIS111We ;In West The laymen of the South Flo rida Conference .of the Eleventh EpiSCeen officially confirmed that the Saxony !Hotel, 312Di1 Collins Avenue, Miami !Beach will be headquarters for this great con vention. Hotel rates will be pub lished later. Church, Lakeland, beginning at [() a.m. The aim of the laity is to build a Laymen's Center headquarters for our laymen, a convales cent oome for the elder ly, and a day care center for our children P resident Bradley and all conference lay pr esi dents are asking the f ull cooper:a tion of the near 60,000 laymen of !Florida in -ere cting this pro ject. Your attendance in these meetings is urgent. The trustees of the laymen center will meet in s pec.ial business session prior to .the mOrning worship ser vice oo November 4. lB. '8. Henderson, lReporter. .Beulah Dorcas Or de Mrs. Ma ry' Crawford, Chairman Mrs. Etta White, Rept. .The Dorcas Circle of }3eulah Baptist Church will meet Thurs day morning at 9 a.t the home of Mrs. Bell DeLouch, 1610 The conference presidents and Governor St. The Jesson by Mrs. :rnjinister11 of the 'Eleventh Dis-Eddies Wilson subjeCt, "Bodily trict been ,notifiF(l by, Lay: .c;Su,pplies,'' .:Phil. 4 :8-13 verse. The !Preside,tjt that the )alphabet. Jetter u. The las. t Third :(;!'enter 'Project ; 'fl'\tr was at the home of Mrs. Meeting will be held Saturday, Eiizabeth Corker, 1211 Marion N.ovembe;-4. at A. M. E. St. Church Of Christ 1312 Nassau Street Bro. D. Atkison, Minister James Norton, Reporter I Mclane Jr.-High School By Elllel Christopher and Brenda Harrison MALE IN SPOTLIGHT Cute, cool a nd rapping steady are just a few words to describe the man in the spotlight He s well known with the women. While rapping with the Ace as 1he is sometimes called by his friends he lists as his favorites: Good Foot, Use Me, Toast the Fool and I'll be A-round. THOUGHT TO KEEP IN MIND A love for keeps is not to give so hold on to what you've gpt. S. S. began at 10 with the Supt., Mr. ,James Norton in <:harge. Mr. Melvin Smith led song service. Morning worship began at 11 with Mr. W. L. Spartlin leading devotiooal singing and the scripture lesson was read by the p .astor from Act. 16:1-8 verse. Prayer was offer ed by Mr. Norton and the message was delivered by Bro. 0. C. Walker of Arcadia. His sub ject was "A Certain People." Food, Soulfood; Sound, Good Foot; Girl, Pat Parks; Tights, Rev. S. D. Hicks, Reporter Union Foreign News Evening service began with the same order of service being conducted. The miaister brought the message. Bible study Thursday night at 7:30. The public is invited. Cocoa .. Morning worship b egan at 11 with tlfe pastor, Rev. 0. H. Houston in charge of devotion. Rev. C. Tookes assisted the pastor. Prayer was offered by Mr. Isiah Jolnston. The sermon was delivered by the pastor. The doors of t-he church was opened Evening service began at 5:45 with the devotion. The pastor again .delivered the message. The oonf.erenoe is now convening at Mt. Moriah AME Church Rev. Houston is host pastor and Rev. John L. Wallace is host :Presiding Elder. The Rt. Rev. Hurbert N. Robinson is Presid ing Bishop. He is loved by all and doing a good job. Rev. Hous ton has just completed the new parsonage. He has increased his membership almost double. The' church is moving on under his leadership. We are praying that Rev. Houston will be returned to us after conference. Charity, Brenda, Crunch, Mark, The three respe.etive unions Vernon, Arthur and many more. of the Union !Foreign Baptist !Congratulations Archie .Clatt Church Association of w'hich Rev. for being chosen ]dale InThe Ji'. Cubby is mOderator, will conSpotlight. ,''vene this week at the following FEMALE IN SPOTLIGHT churches. Union INo. 1 will be Cute, sexy and full of jive are held at Shiloh Baptist Church, just a few wor
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Tuesday, Octoher 24, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin PuLiishecl every Tues. and Frl Get Both Editions PACE ELEVEN I Lily White Sotiety I Deatlts The funeral of Rev. E J. Clark, a mem'her of Lily White Lodge No 222 was 'held Saturday from Faith Memorial Ba:pt. Church of St. Petersburg. Mr. Louis .Richards represented the graad assembly. The funeral of Mr. William Jenkins, a mem!ber of !Lily White Lodge No. 62, was held Monday at Oakland. Mrs. Pinkie !Preyer represented the grand assembly The funeral Of I Mrs. 1Mary Bell Mitchell, a member of Lily Wh [te Lodge No. 2!3, was held Satur-Homeco.iatl Anaiversary S.Uy Homecoming and anniversary Bervices for First Baptist Chur c h of HiU of which Rev. W. H. pastor will be held Sunday. All members and former members are invited to attend. Special services have been planned fcrr your enjayment. !Mr. Rupert G. W. McLendon, Jr., chairman and Mrs. .Rosa L. !Jackson, vice chairman. Gespel Miuion Prayer Ban Dea. Lonnie Simmons, Pres. Mrs. Willie Bell Pidlett, Rep! The G<>spel /Mission Praye r !Qand will meet Wednesday at f :JO at tile home of /Mrs. Willie Bell Pickett, 4000 LaSalle St. ILet us all remember the sick and shut-ins. /Mr. !Eddi-e Smith oi N-ew York was visiton on last we. ek w'hen the ban4 met. day from Mt. Moriah Baptist Chureh .of !Plant City. Mrs. Ida Gary represented the. grand as sembly. The funeral of Mrs. Daisy James, a member of Lily White Lodge INo. 36, will be held Sun day from Beulah Baptist Church of Dunnellon. M rs. Larena C. Allen will represent the grand assembly. The funeral of Mr Richard Glenn a member of Lily White !Lodge' No. W>, will be held Wednesd.a y at Jacksonville. Mrs Pearl Washington will represent the grand acsemibly. SL J.--MissioR No. 2 LeBide Myrick, Pres. Mrs. Dorodly Williams, Rept. Mission No. 2 of St. John M. B. Church of which Rev. F. G. Hilton is pastor wiH meet Wed nesday evening at 7 at the home of Mrs. Leo Bryant, 3906 LaSalle St. The President is asking all to please be present and on time. National PrayerBand Mrs. Bertha Berry, Pres. The National Prayer Band No 5 of which Rev. H. Brown is will meet Wednesday at 12 noon at the .home of Mrs. Su si e Bak\!r, 1701 St. John St. All are welcome. Bradenton Mrs. Mary t MbClain, Pres. of !Lily White Lodge No. ill6 is confined at !h001e ,due to injuries received in an accident. Mrs. /Martha Jenkins is the General .Maoager of !Lodge No, 11:55. ..Ul are -asked to pray for OUl" president. The Story & Songs Of The Jesus Revolution 1 To 6 p.m. Sunday AN EXCLUSIVE PRESENTATION-OF WDAE .. Ministers .Ami DeacHs Union The South iFlocida P B. No. 1 !Ministers and !Deacons Union will begin Thursday mGrning at :Mt. iP. lB. Church of !Bradenton. Elder C. Allen is host pastor. Elder J. :P. Ash is the president of tlie union A.t the Thursday momin.g ser vice session Elder Ash wiU be in eharge. Thursday night at 7 ; 415 the ofieers of St. Luke oi !Palmetto will be in charge of devotion St. Luke choir and u5hers will serve and the ser mon will be delivered by Elder E. Edm'Onds. iFriday wiU be Women's Day .Nrs. Hunter ol. IMt. Herman and ll\1rs. Brown ol. St. Mary's of Plant City will be in charge of the devotion at 10 a.m. The /business session will follow with President Perkins in charge. A Queen Coronation will be held at 6:30. Mrs. Mattie Sermon and !Mrs. Bennett will be in All Queens are ask ed to wear fo'rmal dres ses. At the 8 o'clock service Elder Hidgon and congregation will be in charge al the s ervice. Saturday at 1!1:30 Youth Day will begin. Mr s. Robinson will b e in charge. A panel discussion will be given on the :subject "The !Bridge &f Saving Saturday night the sermon will be delivered by the licensed ministers of the distriet. Suncb.y morning Sunday school wiJ.I begin at 9 :415 with the supt. at theilr posts. Morning service will begin at 1 : 1 wi t h the officers of N e w Zion Church of Sarasota and their choir and ushers serving. The sermon will be delivered by Elder Ash. At the afternoon service which will begin at 3 Elder D. Ash will deliver the sermon At 7 the final service will be lheld and Mt. Car.mel of Nichols along with their choir and Ushers will serve. The sermon will be delivered by Elder IF. L. Gra ham. !Elder I. H. Butler is union secretary !Elder J. Higdon is union treasurer and Eld e r B. Byrd is union reporter. Bethel Baptist 808 Shor t Emory Street Rev. J. L. Overstreet, Pastor Mrs. Lillie M. McDonald, Rept. S. S began at 9 :30 a m The supt. presided. The lesson was taught by the tea-chers. : Morning worshitp began at 10:415. Devotion was conducted by iMr. Earl Howard and !Mr. Alson Douglas. MIUsic was ren dered by the Harmonettes. Junior ushers served. The s-ermon was deHvered by the pastor who IChose for :his theme, God s Church [s God's People Place of Servic e." His baekground .scripture was taken from the books ol first and second Timo thy. !Evening began at 5:15. The same deaCegi.ilWilliims and family inotored to ning 4 p m at the Civic Cen1 iLamont Florida on Sunday t() ter. Tbe pUblic is invited to come attend the funeral rervices .(}/_ out and enjoy lin evening of fun. his ni e ce. 'Neighbors and frie!lds Mrs I Barl>ara Grant is president extend sympathy to the family. 0 the Mothers Club. Brownie Scout )'roops INos. liSS Get well wishes to popular and 459 will meet 'J'hursday 4 :31 viilager, M:r. Eddie Oliver p m at the Civic Center. Mrs. ("Bulk") who is confined to Van Scott is Troop l!OS Leader, Centro Asturiano Hospital. :M-rs. Sylvia Boronell is Lead1!r IIIIIIOkalee S. S. began at the u sual time at all churches with the supts. and all teachers at their posts. At Allen Chapel AME, th e church sernces were spiritually high throughout the week. The church was cel ebrating their 34th anniv ersary throughout Monday night. Elder Gaskin delivered the message. Tue sday night, St. John of whi c h Rev W. M. Boay er is pastor and his congregatiotl was in -charge; Wednesday night, the Chur c h of God was in Thar.sday night, The 'Triumph Church and congrega tion was in charge and Friday night, First Baptis t Church was in charge. Sunday morning, S. S. began at 10, morning wor ship at 11. The anniversary ser mon was d elivered by Rev L. R. Brown. The local program was held at 3 with choirs and members of various churches s e r v ing. Di nner was served. At 7 a Candlelight m emorial ser was held. Rev. A P. Mc Cary is pastor. Mrs. Willie R. Frai zer, Mrs. Mary Hathcock, Mr. Will Simp kin and Mr. John Crawford are on the sick list. Rev. If. Nicholas, pastor and Mrs-. Mary Crawford, reporter. of 'l1roop 4159. Junior Girl Scout Troop INo. 7'.511 wiU meet Wednesday 5 p .m. at the Civic Cent e r. Mrs. Marjorie An
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PAC FOURTEEN Fla. Senitinel-BuUetin Published every Tues. ancl Frt. Cet Both Ed>i:tiona Our Servicemen I SANDERS SAN ANTONIO-Airman Louis E. Saa4ers, 50n of Mrs. I>orotlty J. Sandoers of 11M W. 1&t h St., Lakeland, has been assigned t-o Little Rock AFB, Ark., after com pleting Air Force basic training. The airman has been assign ed to a unit of the Tactical Air Command fOil' further trainbtg and uty as a fo'od services spedaf 1st Airman Sanders is a 1972 grad aate of Lakeland Senior High School. His father, Louis C. Saners, resides at 1022 N. New YMk Ave Lake: lall'll. LAKES SAN ANTONIO Airman Fruldia B. Flakes, ... ef Mat. and Mrs. Henry E. Flakes of 831 Thomas St., Key West, has -.een assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing Air Force bask traiaing. The ainnaa has J.eea assigned to tbe Te<:baioal Training Center at Keesler for specialized train Ing In the admiaiskative field<. Airman F1akes Is a l!nl grad ate of Key West High> School and attended F1orida Keys Communi t y Co!lee;e. TAMPAH PROMOTED COCOA BEACH Levi W. Lindsey, son of Mrs. Rosie L. Williams af 2019 Cano Court, Tamp a, has been promoted to sergeant in the 'U.S. Air Force. Ser geant Lindsey is a communi cations wiring specialist at Pat rick AFB, Fla. He, serves with a ullit of the Air Force Com munioations .. Service. The sergeant bas completed U: lt\Onths duty in Vietnam. He was gradu.aie4 iD 1969 from Brewster Voca&ioaal School. Wft.LIAMS Patricia Wil Iiams daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L Killins, .4304 Arch St.., Tampa, has been p-..ted' at Lowry AFB, Colo., lra tile U.S. Ai.r Furce invelllery speci:alist course ; by the Air Training Command. Airman Williams, trained to in ventory supplies fly <111e elec tronic data processiu.g machines is being assigned to McGre AFB, N. J for duty 1Pilda a lllrit of the Military Airlift Command which provides global airlift for U.S. military forces. She is a 1972 graduate el Bow ard Blake Eveni!lg Amdt IU.gb Srl-flA l LEWIS SAN ANTONIO Airman RaymOild T. Lewis son cJf 1,\lrs. Pen Die L. HiD of 305 Essex Drive, Fort Pierce, has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss ., after com pleting Air Force basic training. During his six weeks at the Air Training Command s Lackl and AFB, Tex., he studied the Air Force mission, orgaaization and customs and received special in struction iR ltuma'n relations. The airman has been assign ed to the Technical Trainbl.g Cen ter at Keesler for specialized training Ia the field,. Airman Lewis Is a 1 972 grad uate of Vero Beach (Fla.) High School. E TV & STEREO RENTAL West Kennedy Phone 251-0551 Psychedelic Bir Tape Decks Stereos Portable Console Color TVs Also. Complete Home Entertainment Ceders NO CREDIT CHECK NO DEPOSIT I FrH Delivery. 'Free Service Up To 24 M.llas AU Bent paid app&es lo purclaase. Okeedl.obee Services at Be1ibel Jl. Rapt. began with SWMf;ay at 9:46 a.m. The attendanc. e was g'<>od &Dd all ofticen were .at their post of duty. Supt Stcick land in charge; the lieSS()(l was reviewed by tlle pastDr, and en joyed by all. Morning wshlp began at 11 and the Inspiration Choir was led in prayer by Mrs. Eva Hen d e rson who played out of her soul. IMarning devotion was led by-'Dea. Strickland Devotional services were an imip.iration to the whole church. Call to altar'was. very inspiriDg wi.th prayer by our Pastor, Rev; Williams. rA series of messages was begaa Sw.Dday taken from i[ Corinthians, Cha'P ter I Verse 24 subject, In 1'be Orosst'' tlle pastoc preach ed out of his aoul and the spiri.t was hiP. E'vemng wship began at 6:30 p m. with a very spiritual de votional sen>b. The series of messages Sunday lily Gfllr pastor "Power ll:n The Cross: The spirit was Ugh and enjoyed by a ill. Bethelltes are remil!lded of our weekly activlities. Tuesday aigltt p .m.. Se11d10r Mission; Wecin esdy i !P.IIl. Youth re beus.a.I.; 8 !p..m; Young WOlllell JEFATUL CALLING By FATHER A. PABK The Jesuit Free E mployment Agency of the Tadpa Urbam League {JEIFlAT.UIL) i's caUing upon business, professionai, and industrial communities of the Tampa Bay area emiploy our a r ptplicants. Job Opporumities: Janitol"s anci m.aids are need ed; emiple wauted tQ Iive "in; yardm.en are aeedled.; 28 people are Deeded t0 live!Mission; Thursday evening 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Throaghwt the :m.w:1th orf October the youtb of' Bethel have been wo.r.kira,g. DA a very pro ject., different activities have been .a,prGlJl!JOred week-end. o.mraoext activity be a talent show which will be held at the Doug,las,Brown .Cafeteria, the is cordially invited to atteM :tw>s activty. Our project is for the land-scaping of !Bethel Please our Y't'Rit\1.. 'Bietbelities are reminded of Q11t" Association which wil be laeld !W:! at Lake Wdes, J. H. WJijtlialll1s, pa;stor 11mf Mn. Alta Faye Calhoun, r.epor .terl in, swt work immediately; waitress. sal-esmen, salesWWI!I, en, tru:eli: drlvers, factory wodters, pl.'ant production workers, &Dd 3 motel maids. Job Wanted: Woman looking !for aftet"GOon or evening wort. Jefatlll Thanks: !Mrs. Claxtoo, Lab Pr.ce, and : Mrs. Athan. Jefatul Needs: IFood, clothing, are needed for a fam1ly that was burned out of their home. 'We need electric teFs, aDd a r:adio. Mt., lion fioS)Iel (h-Is Dee. Junes Marion, Prea. Mrs. Amanda Issac, Kept. Mt. Zion Gospel Choru.a will have rehearsal Thursday aight ;at B ;at the. church. All aTe asked to De present .atri n tiMe.' are askft to .attend three rehearsals a inrih in order serve. f,_ Florifa AdvertiSers llr Sentinel Seal Center Supennarket 35%3 X. lind STBEEr. P.HE 247-2031 FREE DELIVER! ti' E ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS CIICIDI GIZZARDS GROUND BEEF TURKEY WIMGS l ---FR-E-SH ___ I --ED--ar--,--tt-ERt-. -A-HEsu--GAR-HECI BOitES ; PBI : 5 '1111. 59c 3 lbs. 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PAOE SIXTEEN Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin PuLiishetf enry Tues. and Frt Get Both Eclitloni TuesCray, Ocfo'f)er 24, 1972 __ ..;..;.;..._;__ CUTIES SHOW FASHIONS Two cuties in the fashion show presented Sunday by the Phlolettes Club were, from left, Cherwayne Campbell and Angela Womack. MRS. THOMAS AND GUEST Seated Is Mrs. Paul Sims ol Lake Wales who was here reeently to attend a dinner party given by Mrs. Otis Thomas, right. Many guests enjoyed the pleasant evening. WORRIED? SEE LIFE READER AND ADVISOR When Doubtful Discontentetd or Unhappy Consult this gifted person Advises on all affairs of Life Home Unharmony Love and Marriage Lucky Days Lucky Numbers For appointments Phone 238-6068 Open Daily 9 a.,n. till t p.m. Closed Sundays. 6503 H. FLORIDA AVENUE FIFTY IRON MEN AT RECENT INSTALLATION PARTY The Fifty Iron Men's recent installation was followed by a party. Scene of the aUair was the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott. Seated from left are Atkin Brown, Harold Williams, Herbert Richardson, pres ident; Eugene Payne, secretary; and Joseph McRae, Sgt. at Arms. From left standing are Robert Saavelka, honorary mem ber; Robert McKay, qeveland Arnold, Paul L. Hyde, guest; Robert Scott, host and member; and Melton Brown. The party several days ago honoring Bryant right are $tarkey, Mr. Williams, Glenn Williams on his retirement was attended by many Borror J. C. Harris. r e l<>tives and f:rienik here from left to Mr. and Mrs. Otis TN.mas, left, hosted a dinner party for visitors Saturday evening at. their. reiidence, 2918 19th Avenue. Guests included from their left, his brother. ancl Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thoma of Lake Wales; his sister and her husba nd, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hall ef Bronx, New York; and Paul Sims, Lake Wales FRIENDS ARRIVE AT WILLh\MS From left are Arthur Lane, I. Thompson, Mrs. Bertha and Paul Anderson who arrived at the residence of Mr. and Mn. lk1ant Willlama a few evening ago for a party. was to celebrate Mr. Williams retirement from the Sea board Coastline Railroad after 4$ 1ean.

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Tuefiday, 24, 1972 PAGE SEVENTEEN President Nixoa's Southern Strategy Seems To Be Working WASR:i!NGII'ON Two yars To Be Saeoesslul ago, the Rllpon Society, a mode-F the .SOOtbem to r .3Jie R-epublican Mganizaticm, call be itmust ed on President Nixon t'O iMt C6i!lture tiRe W,bit;e Prohis "&luthern 'Strategy,'' which it testant &Iathem :vc;t.e hut Ste ReiNblieans, U1Pe "there is M t!Imes1Jioo blit whait m a Presidential race. ruchaid Nli.Eco l9l6ll1id win much 6Je Noothem :lW.a!taee &m'hern state. vme to !DemocMts rathThat would give Nixon 128 elec-er than the Republicans, on' the toral v:otes (270 are needed for grounds that WaMace kad 1ilO'P" election). U the polls are reliable, ulist as well a -t!!Ppelil to Dent oould also have added borblue-collar workers Md therefore, der stalte s such as Kent uck y end 1n :llbe abseBoe 01 WidLace, they Missouri brj nging N!illlOO' 's clecvote against Nbron phtto toral total for the Sol!ltll and nearcracy. South t.o 147 votes, or ilru'J!'e tihan 'nle baCkers of the :Sou,l\ihem half that needed to win the Wihi:t.e strategy, per House ceiiVild thaot the Wt&lliiee pqpulism FOR RENT Two 6 Room Apts. Unf.urnishecl And Availahle Ow Nov. 1, 1972 334 Palm Avenue $23 Each Per Week,"$40 Breakage Fee Moves Y 011 ---Ia 1Bedroom Apt Stove & Refrigerator I.Weal Ideal for Young Or Elderly Couple Avenue $23 Per Week, Plus $25 Breakage Fee AU UTILITIES INClUDED Phone: was ;spl!Jrio11s, and that in t h e North as ill the his :appea l was basica!l!ly antiblack. Hence, .again OO!i'rect!y .llie .Soliltbem .stn tegists foGi'eSliw Blat 'Nimn ,kJ get aM. or nearly aH, of the Waftlace vote. if Nixon took the play away from Waiiace ma'S said >tlbe /firm etiterl'sive 11el00vawm m dills : oew1y 'Property. 'S!be Mid company a-lso plans further pur-chases, Other offficers are: John tiL. Wlillll.iams, rice pre sident; J:limmie .iL. Natthews, second viee pneside:Dt .and Ben, nie R. W&l0n,, IMiss ft-om:aii. fin;t black asso&ate to a member of the St. ll:"ce'ter.s'limn,g 'Board of Realtors, is manager of 'tb e Real !Estate CO. Df St. Park lla.MI hr Louis Astroag NEW YORK lM-sy.or Lindsay signed into law a bi1!I changing the nam:e .of :singer :S.(!)wl ()n the former World's Fair :site dn Flush ing Meadows Park, Queens, to Louis (S atchmo) Armstrong Pa" k and Stadium in bonor of the ia'te trumpeter. Tfle .iM!\yor said that "Arm.sbr.OO(g w.as a g.rea t A.mer.i can and lbelwed ambl:assad@r Gf 't hrougihout the -world. 'The Mayor a1so si,;gned a 'b'i'll changing the name o'f Lewlsohn .Stadium to Ml!l'IaJh LewJS!il:l!m 'Plaza to per.pe t wate bbe -memory 1id Jibe late philan1ih111!1pist. The l!ill!lsolete stadilum 10'11 .tlhe Colle,ge campms w.ii}l be tbem Democral\ie tenitory by generating a complementary white backlooh. It looks like Nixoo's antililack code words ("busing; ''q.ootas," '':Opel!. ar. e succeeding thiis year in sevetai states, but are good for a DeT:ID.anent new maj0>1'1ty? One .thing seems oeria1n: There won't be a new in Qmgrass 1n the state hooses oc ln t.he legisiawres. Onl y bhe P residency seems vul nerahJe to the s!.rotelll"e .6ur dli'ldren -are getbif\miiessiMals to and eany it rorward." In :his speech Muhammad said the ..Muslims bali the pybs and t 'he 'black professionals had the *i1l.s, .and the twl!l groups .ShoUld join eadb other.. "'[he '\We have lftn lloolcing tiC!Il" 'haw.e been fl11!lm us,"' he declared, eii a n a reference tio a :$3-mumon loan ibo lfhe see!f bi Libya, he said: "We can't promise "y.OU of money d:n oo'tlh Bands uatil you 1tlS t0 make it. l :baw.e gi.Jod ore'dit fflhmwgboot 1Jbe wer1G, \but 1 want y.01:1 ifie hellp pay i.t hack; we need to dci 15 '1:0 get to ge'eher mrd agree 011 w hat we .-shou'IGI dlil first, becat!Se you 'lmo;v how to d0 it. f'm reail,y anti 1 know you and I can agree." Jamaica Gnenmr Seer KmG'STON Jamaica Sir Cii'Ffortll C:a-m;pOO!lll. ;governor of J':amaiea !for tbe pam years, wiU step 't!Dwn early riex.t year. it was reported Friday. According t'O a 3:. :am_ aiemi BeW5. ; The 'Star, of Edtieati ; Leader the Ht!W!e" and Albn .of ... '1lbe .... ; are beinl to rep1ace C1lmpbeU

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PAGE EIGHTEEN Fla. Publislied eve"fy Frf. Get EdHioni Tuesilay, Odob"er 24, 1972 :-;TAMPA'S NIGHT .BEAT Tyer U. M. Cor. Central and Ross Mrs-. Ruby McCall, Rept. Jmethlng big about to .Did see turn to Mr. White and say, d own this dalte," Pointed to the Aircraft arid continued ; 'thiS will be yours ,in a : year's time. As _: you _oce pr9 bably aware. 'ANDRE ; WHITE has always had his hands_ In some millionaire s pocket Iil. eluding when he Wed to promote JAMES B ROWN; who as yo u know is worth a few million him self. But it has been said. that GLEN TURNER w<;>rth ; 000,000. Tpe qnstoppa,ble .G;: L:_E N TURNER; a yQ!lilg <;:bim ', try Boy' -who beyame a aire has stretched>"his band&' out to a I;! lack man .. ; Aild 0 whO .. but ANDRE WHITE w o u 1 d : be there .til jUst he stuck i t o ut nus let you knOW more "B.ffiTli'OF, A .BLAOI< I MILLION A:RE" in TUeSday's 'tm3. Yours truly' ira6 irtvite4 to a semi.celebr.atioo loaBt Sa fill-day at. the PARADISE BAR. The -galar aff,air w818 given in h9n9r Of aging "B. O O'l!SIE!' Wi.l liami, Jr.;. 22nd' was .ori :the 'case lia,:l ;;tl}!s tQ say, ;,I pon' C kiilow. l!ow 9ld::.th;e .. boy is ; but his old l .adY gmt him b,e(; Qat., DQ.n' t. : o l d "Bootsle" IS but when Gene osteen liaid that he him a 't>int' of for eaCh :Year he tJiad JiV'ed-,: :the w i ne 0 and said( "Y\lZ mus t buy -9Ut: -Aa<;/' Happy }>irth.day this <;Orner \VJShes many IJ19le r Well it's that tirrie again Time for Fl611ida A & M Rattlers tO tackle l'ampa U. fpr our: annual' classic. 'We are looking fol'V!ar4 to anotbe' successful classic as always. AS co-Chairit):an of .the. Florida .A&M Souvenior -Program,_ I would like to say thanks tO' all the advertisers who participated in this year,'s program. Be"sure_ and up yow-copY at the game-and check ouf the-folks thail: t h ought enough of yowUniversity to supoprt your c1assic by way, there won't be a parade thts year, l,>ut cpeck out ad In the Florida' Sentinel for the looation of the live concert to Qe' given by the marching lOO' s of FAMU. Yours truly was talking. briefly witJ1 i i)pi. of Tampa's Sh apely Go : J What \Vt.th .a1L tli a; ;tn9.Pe:Y, ,she r.n: 'l:ti.Y :-mat.: I .. ..................... THIS WEEK ONLY 'I' ENGINE .... New spark p (uga e Nw points e New cond e nser e b u r will aet dwel! chokfi Time engine Ba1 anca carburetor Test s tarting, charging s,-s terns, cylinder compression, OTHER PART S EXTRA IF NEEDm e cyl. cars $4 more, add $2. lor carr OIL & LUBRICATION J l p atan all 4 wheels Inspect :master cylinder, hydraulic brake hoses Re. mo"'e, cle an inspect, repack front wheel irigs Add new fluid e Adjust all 4 brakes, NE W Wheel Cylln .deraif only $7 .50 ''RF.TURN SPRINGS If NEEDED only .. -.. 501' each 1<-. Add $z.oci for atanda'rci a. luxury .. abed cara. Diac brakea .extra. *Master Cylinder, hoses,. w.heel bearings extra c011t -- 11 Prl ce tricludes up to s qts. of ,4._ 4 oiJ, and al1Iabor e Transmission and differential pll e Com ple !Ei lubrication "MARATH01"83 "ALLWEATHER:tr e 4-ply nyl o n cord construction Clean aid e wall design, radial darts o n -houlde r T u fs y n rubber i {l the trend bod y g ives d urability 1'MARATHON" 83 $ T'!"leu_, 7 75x14, 7.75x15, 8 25xl4, or 8 25xl5 blackwell tubeless plus $2 12 to' $2.34 .. Fed Ex. Tax and o _ld tire ADD $2.50 Tu"leu, 6.50x13 or 7 .35xl4 tubeless plus $1:61 to $2 00 .F,'e!l Ex Tax and-old tire. WH l TEWAUS ADD$2.ill? -.ARATiiiNi8J $ Blackwell Tubeleu 8 .!j5xl4 or 8 55xl5 b _lllckwall tubeless plus $2 46 or $2.48 Fed Ex Tax and "old tir e WHITEWALLS ADD $2.50 "MARATHONu 83 4 plieo or tripl e -tempered s.T nylQn cord Tubya rubber 5 r i b, ov e r lap blo c k '!read with 'wr3 p -aroun0 shout der RAINCII!OK: If we sell out of your Size we will Issue yotl 1 ralnollt<:k, Hturlna future delivery at the advertised price. NOW AT YOUR NEARBY TAMPA Easlgale 5202 N. 22nd ST. GOODYEARSERVICE STORES TAMPA Hillsboro Plaza TAMPA ACROSS FROM TAMPA Downtown TAMPA ACROSS FROM Open Daily 8 :30 to 5:30 Aqut se habla Espanol PHONE 237-3361 2901 w. Hillsborough PHONE 877-9528 Open Daily 8:30 to 5:30 Britton Plaza .3813 S DALE MABRY Morgan Twiggs Sts. PHONE 229-0821 Open 7:30 to 5:30 West Shore Plaza 5002 W Kennedy Blvd. TAMPA Temple Terrace 9240, N. PHONE. :988;4l91 Open Dally 8 i _;iil to 5:30 TAMPA North Gale \11222 FLORIDA PHONE 932-6186 Open Daily to, PHONE 831-1891 D,aily 8:30 to I Sat. 7:30 to 1 -P. M. .. Sat: : 8 { se babla E.p. no h PHONE 877-6701 Open Dally 8:30 to 5:38 A qui se) Espanol

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Tue5day, October 24, 1972 fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Get Both PAGE NINETEEN tx 'Dorphin Duncan Kdls Self Chargers Rei8itecl LANCASTER, S. C. -Jim Duncan, a defensive back :and kick-return speci;llist who was cut by two National Football League teams including the Dol phins this season, shot and killed himself with a policeman's pistol in the Lancaster police station Friday. He was 26. Duncan, a Lancaster native who returned home last month after he was cut by the New Orleans Saints and the Dolphins, walked into the station, drew ; !policeman's .38 pistol from the bolster and shot himself in the head, according to chief" Larry Lower. Lower said Duncan, who lived with :His mother Elloree Duncan, rsaid not}\ing oefore lifting the rt volver froiJ1 Lt: Russell Hanson, JIM DUNCAN who had his back turned, and Page Denies_ larsen Figh.f Coroner Richard Chandler rul?.d the shooting was suicide. Duncan was pronounced pead at Elliot Whi: te Springs Memorial Hospital. BLOOMINGTON, Minn. Vikings 'tackle Page called "ludicrous" re}1orts that he had a fight after practice this week. "Oh we had a big fight," Page doked. "lit was a real down, Qrag qut He hit me and I hit the floor. "That: s just aootit as .ludicrous as anything I've heard all sea eon. I've been asked about many -things, but _whdever dreamed this up has got to be kidding. If I were going to get in a fight, .Gary L&rsen would be abOut the Ji:\!!t person I'd be in fight with." Rumors of dissention have rocked the Vikirigs ; who :favored to w-iri their fifth NFC Central Di vision title but wort o nly one of their !lour games. White's 36 Points Celtics, BALTIMORE -Jo Jo White's 36-point performaQCe and an air-tight /Boston defense in the fourth quarter brought the un beaten '' Celtics a come-from-be hind 104.-'101 victory Saturday ni:ght over the Baltimore Bul-lets. Wlhite, who scored 26 points in the second half, was aided by 20 point efforts by John Havli cek and Dave Cowens as the Celtics, down at half time, won their !lixth straight,. Boston held the now 3-3, to only five points through the eight minutes of finaJ period turn an 84-78 deficit into a 95-89 advan! age. Football Scores ., t- Tenn. State 44; Famu.: 21?:. Tuskegee .37, Bethune.','2S)" Alcorn 40 So.uthern :r: ,: Eliz. City 9, I Fayetville p, 7 Fisk 17, Ala. State 8--: Grambling 26 Jackson State 13 J. C. Smit-h 28, Shaw 0 Ken. State 27, S. C. st. 13 Morgan 42, Delaware St. 7 N. C. A & T 7, 0 N. C. Central 42, Maryland St. 20 Petersburg St. 35, Hampton 0 Gibson's Girl. Bob Sustains Cut OMAHA, Neb. -The 13-year ()ld daughter of St. Louis Car dinals pitcher Bob Gibson, Annette Gi: bson, received a minor knife wound to .her left arm in an ... altercation Friday night, police said Saturday. ,Authorities said the took a small knife to prgtect her from three white youths who she said were coming toward the Gibson residence. Buy From Florida Sentinel Advertisers Police gave no reason for the shooting, but Lower said Duncan "was havi1_1g_ sotfie problems with drugs." Lower police foand drug-reloa ted in Dun can' s car, but would not elaborate. Duncan had no arrest record, Lower said. Duncan played high school foot ball at Barr Street High in Lati caster before .. going on to Mary land State where he was a. quar-terback and safetymart ; He played in the 1968 College All Star game in Chicago and was a fourth-round 2 Thiomas .: draft pick of the Baltimore Co!ts SAN DIEGO Owner Eu-in 1968. gene Klein says the San Diego He br.oke into the starting line-Charges rejected ''a very, very up as a kiCk-return specialist in substantial offer'' by the Hous 1969 and set a Colt record for ton Oilers to buy reluctant runkickoff return average. He broke ning back Duane Thomas. his own return record during the After. that, Klein said, "they 1970 season by returning 20 kick-came back with even a better cffs for 707 yards and a 35.4-yard offer and we s11oid we have no average, tops in the A:meric:m interest at a!J!' Conference. One of his retu;ns The former Dallas Cowboy went 99 yards for a touchdown in running back is "absolutely not a defeat of the Dolphins in on the trading block," Klein was Baltimore. quoted Friday as saying in an Duncan started the 1971 season interview: Klein added. at cornerback for the Colts, hut he'll. play for us was injured early in the camthis If not, we certainly paign apd was not able to regain hope he plays for us the next. a starting berth He was traded 'just too a property to New Orleans for guard John to give up ;. Sbilmer in the off-season, : but Thoma!! twice has appeared !ailed to make the team. Last for practice ._with .the Charges month Duncan was signed by the but reportedly .Wants his $20,Q()O Dolphins and Don Shula who was contract raised manyford. SpokDimcan's coach in Baltimore in esman for the National Football 1969. League .. ciub :says, however, that Thomas has. failed to follow Shula said he was "deeply Uj). thro'ug h with neg otiations. set" when he learned of Duncan's "Houston made us a very, death "He was a : fine person very substantiai offer for he did a fine job for us on special Duane," Klein said. "We said teams in.Baltimore," Shula said no. They said, weU, can we talk as a free agent DuiJcan to him" We might e ven go more. was active for the "Minnesota exWe said it was OK to talk to hibition game but cut the follow bini by phone, period. iilg Tuesday and dropped to the "They went fvrther than that, taxi squad. which tees 'us off. They came He was released about a week back with even a better o .ffer, later. and we said : we .have. no interest at .. an.". Klei'n said he has been willing to reneg9f;iate Thomas' contract since Dallas dealt him uncon ditionally for wide Billy Parks and running back Mike Montgomery. At Dallas, the former West Texas State ruimer finished two years of' a three-year contract with the' final year said to be worth $20,000. Said Klein. When we made the trad. e, Dallas had openly stated they were going to renegotiate his con tra<;t. In effect, what Dallai did w as void his contract. -We have accepted -that as part of the trade." Jimmy Ellis Signs IBIECiKILIEY, W. VIA. weight Jimmy Ellis, former world B oxing rAssociation, cham pon, last weekend signed to meet Harold Oarter of Cleveland in a l(i-round boxing match. here 26. LOUNG. E Open Every Day -Air Cond. Located: 859 ZACK STREET PROlE 229-9893

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PAGE TWENTY I i FLOODS-Olers Abandon Bid_ For Thomas z NIOBE MAlES GGOD TRillS HAPPEl OXFORD, Miss. -Nat Moore and Preston Kendrick, a pair of :Miamians, probably sounded a death knell for the nation's longest lltring of bowl g amea. Mississippi hasnt missed a bowl game since the 1956 season. But its streak probably ended with the 1S:O shutout the Rebels were banded by fire-up Florida Ole Miss hillS now lost three straight SOutheastern Conference games with rugged Louisiana State and yet to Florida Cosch Doug Dickey bad acoolades aplenty fqr the Ga tors, but the loudest probably were for Moore on offense and Kendrick, oo defense. "I never have had a back who could things happen the way Nat can," Dickey said appreciatively. "'You keep getting the ball to him and he'il eventually make a long run for you. "He's awfully slippery." Foes are finding that out weekly. Moore's brilliant 46-yard manet.wer t o a clinching touchdown aginSt the Rebels was his seventh 'liD of the season and fourth on a long bre8k-.8.way. Against Mississippi state-, he went 26 yards; against Florida State-, 46; apinst Alabama, ro; and then 46 again against the Rebels. F Qrida Atbletie Director Ray Graves, whom Dick.ey succeeded as head coach, can't remember the Gators ever having a mere exciting runner. "'CLarey) DupNe. til he g.ot hurt his sophomore year ( ln '1963) was probably the closest Moore says little eXept in a team vein. "I feel we're going to get better," the former )Hami Edison and Miium-Dade Junior College athlete a fOrecast should stil" rears in opponents Dickey kept empbaeizing that "an a,wful lot of people won this game for us" but did brigbten perceptibly ai; mentiOin of Moore end Keudrick. Of Preston, said just kept getting around the comer-it seemed like be. was in their bacifield e..fery other play "The defense was mixing blitzes the ooveraaes and had Mississippi crosaed up. That allowed Pl'e.ton to get in there without any opposition 110metimes. "But even when he was getting blocked, be put pressure on or dropped the passer." Kendrick, who had five quarterb'ack sacks among his 12 un assisted tackles, was delighted and modest. "I guess they bad to respect tbe. otber iUYJ we. bad (oo the inte-rior) and our defensive backa had peat oo dlftr receivers," he said. "When you don't have an;ybod:y to throw llo1 :You can.'t c anything but stand back there and bold it.'' Kendrick showed up on the Gator footbell aoeM lut fall with out a scholarship but with an-invitatim. He bas his scholarship now but kept slwl.whur HOUSTON-The pos$ibiliity that Svare didn't want any contract San Diego and we've got to do the Houston Oilers might get run negotiations. what t tbey want. He didn' t want Ding back Duane '11homas ended Peterson said he and player us to talk about money." suddenly with Oiler sonnel director Tom Williams Peterson said San Diego had Coach Bill Peterson droPping the both talked with Thomas by fele-made an offer for Thomas but ax. phone from Dallas, but 'nlomas Peterson wanted to talk w i t h "That was en exploratory thing didn t wa!llt to talk by telephone Thomas first to determine his and that's where .it ended," Pe and flew to Houston Tuesday. tl)inkirng. terson sai!i of a mystedous 90-"Svare was oo the phone the "But I never really talked to -minute visit to HOuSton Tuesday next morning (Tuesday), saying him" Peterson said. "It was a by Thomas. that he reall y wanted him (Thorn case of Tom talking to him. Tom "I'm gQing to explore every as) fo play in San Diego and talked to him more about philo thing po&.Sl.ble to bring a winner didn't want us to hold any neg(). sophy than anything He said to the Houston Oilers and that tiatioos that m i ght jeopardize he Wlas a clean-cut guy, very was en exploratory thing that's their chances to sign him," Peter impre86ive." all over," Peterson said. son said The Oilers annoUnced Mooday "Svare said I could talk to him thalt they were interested in the on the phone Peterson said. cootroverial Thomas, who was "Thomas is still the property of traded by the Dallas Cowboys to San Diego before the seaSon started. not a: contract agreement w1th the Chargers and they tried to make a deal with Houston. -OiletGeneral Manager J o h n Breen. who bad just retumed from an iN'FL meeting ill New York, said -the Chargers. were asking too much. "We couldn't get together with San Diego over what we would give them," Breen said. ''They were just asking too much." Peterson said the Oilers receiv ed permission from San Diego to t.alk wilth Thomas by telephone San Diego Coach Harlan backfield without an mvitation. MctoYey -Back In Hospital SAN FRANCISCO Willie McCovey, the San FranCisco Giant&' injury prone first base moved from his man, will have a steel rod. re moved from his right forearm Sunday at the Stanford Medical Center. McCov ey broke a bone in the forearm when he collided with John Jeter of the San Dieg o Padres in the fourth game of the 1972 season Old Miss Coach Billy Kinard, in his second season after sue ceeding tbe legeodacy Jommy V.arugbt., asked frustratedly: "What can you say? 'They (Gators) are physically so much stronger than our kids. This F1orida ream is simply a young team that showed promise at the beginning of the year and has come oo e.ver .sO the past couple weeks." 'l1le lltreogth has been in the superb defensive play. Ralph Ortega, the sopbomore linebacker from Coral Gables and ll1liOlfiet target of Dickey's praise, said it best. Even after the first game a 21-14 loss to Southern Methodis !), I we had the potential. It an depended en bow fast we ooWd mature.'' "'ADd we re defhritelr improving every week. We're getting more (ase 1 Lucius Allen Off Utttil Nov. DENVER -Attorneys for Lucius Allen, the Milwaukee !Bucks professional basketball player arrested here Oet. 6 on a marijuana charge, won post ponement f Columbia Mo., were charged -with possession of mairjuana. and eonspiracy to posses marijuana. Duncan. was charged with !)>Ossess1on of dangerous drugs, !including LSD. Police said they sto pped the ear on a routine traffic check and found suspected marijuana. Bay From Florida Sentinel Aclw,ertisers FABULOUS FOOTBALL ACliON 111&3 T.IIIIC DiifDIUT A TBRDJ. I IIJIIUTE LifE, Am e YOU'LL lEVER FORCET IT See The Fl A&. M u'- t ''RATTL E RS'' a. .. niYerSI y THE. Th U -OfT -''S.PAR T .AN s '' e n1vers1ty .. apa ... .. .:, Saturday, Nov. lapa Stadiu Kirk' -OH 8:00 P. M. -Thrill To The Nationally Faous FAMU Marching 165 FIIIIATIIRS Tlll'l' ''DEFY TIE EYE'' TO BELlm e PIL SITIIC JIBSIC T,llf, "MO'fES" YOU. .. Ein:p SEAlS $5.a SP1S1AL lim: $3 EACI-EID ZOIE SEATS a .IILE SATURDAY MORIIIIG AT TAMPA JTDJIII .L!!! CD. UIIISII. TICIETS SALE AT TAMPA I. Ticbl 8flice FAMI_ ol Tuapa ollep ADI ..._. Sllop Slnlu's Bail lleDIIs Cay C..r, fte ... Sllap Central SMelepair. Ia St. Peters-' ... at SL ,........, WeWt'l G1J EUerpise. CYina llcbls sale al Stadium oaly. TICDTS_ AT TIIIPA IIDIIIIIIFIIE CAIIL l ; : I <

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Tues'd ay, October 24, 1972 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tue!l. and Fri. Get Both Editions PACE TWENTY-ONE Rkley Finds Ufe A -Little Harder As FAMUSophomore ".DA.....UAHlASSIEJE Last year, former Lee star James Rackley ran away with Florida A & M's offense as a freshman. Rackley led FAIMU in rushing, scoring and total of fense last year, knew his name -and h.is number, and the Rattlers' opponents have had his number this fall The 11116 yards / Rackley gained Saturday night in 'F1AIMU' s 44-12J5 loss to seventh-ranked Tennesse State came primarily on two long runs. The other <115 times he ran the ball it was 1three yards and a cloud C1l opponents tihrouding Rackley's No. 00 jer t;ey. Those JJ16 yards gave him a season total of 300 yards in five games (IFlAIMIU is 2-8). "I'm way behind last year," !Rackley said. haven't been playing too much and they've been keying on me, but they've always done that. "II'm not getting a lot of play ing time. ii guess everybody is getting a chance to do their thing. You've just got to do it when you're in there." Hitters And Missers Bowling league Teams W L Stand. Pin Smasher .. 2 2 18-10 Bexley B.B .Q. 4 0 17-U Mapificeui Four 1 3 16-12 Thibodeau Corp. 3 1 15-13 Port Tampa Bar 2 Z 15-13 7-Eieven Store ... S 1 14-14 Hamitt.. Ins. Aey. 2 I 14-14 Team 1 ........... 1 3 13-15 AAMCO ......... 2 2 11-17 Mitehell's Cleaners 0 4 7-21 High Game Laaies: Eldora Ba ker, 167; Betty Lewis, 15o; Joyce Reddish 148. Higli Series Ladles: Eldora ker, 433; Diane Young, 424, and Pansie Starks and Betty ,Lewis, 418. Hich Game Men: Lonnie Wil liams, 227; Solomon Brown, 216; Allison Lewis, 212. Hilla Seriea Mea: Allison Lewis, 593; Lonnie Williams, SoliJ mon Brown, 535. U. S. Is Immune In Job Bias Suit MONTGOMERY, Ala.-A Fed era! judge this week dismissed the United States Government as a defendant in a job disc'rimina tion case under the legal doctrine of sovereign immunity which states that a government cannot be sued without its consent. But at same time, he rebuked the Government for invoking that doctrine. The suit against the Government was brought by the South ern Poverty Law Center, a pri vate foundation, on behalf of two blacks who maintained that they had been passed up for many years for promotions in their Air Force jobs. The Justice D e p a r t m e n t, through United States District Attorney Ira DeMent, responded .by invoking the immunity doc trine. Judge Frank M. Johnson Jr. granted the motion and dismissed tbe Government as a defendant. Lacoochee Services at Mt. !Moriah iBapt. Church began with Sunday sehool with the supt. and tea1chers at their posts. !Mrs. Daisy Story re viewed the lesson. A total ol $39'7 .81 was raised the mortgage burning program. !Mr. C. Story Is confined to Pines!Hospital in St. Peters lMJ.rg. :SWY,_ agent and reportA!r, lteT. L .' WaddeU, pastor, w, JAMES RACKLEY /Rackley's left slwulder got banged up ag ainst Tennessee State but Coach Jim WiHia:miS exrpeets the sohpomore to be ready for IFIAIMIU's homecoming game Saturday against Tuske gee. 2 Black Women Head For House LOS ANGELES Two law yers, one from Los Angeles, the other from Houston, are almost certain to join: Mrs. Shirley Chisholm of Brooklyn this fall as the second and third black women in the Bouse of Representatives. Like Mrs. Chisholm, both are Democrats. Assemblywoman Yvonne Bratwaite Burke, 39, years old, tlMI Californian, and State Senator Barbara Jordan, 36, th won bard-fuugiht primary battles in June and face no significant Republican oppo 1 sition in November, in their heavily Demooraitr district. Like Mrs. Chisholm, who won her seat when the Bushwick and Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn were designed as a black-majority district in 1968, both are seeking seats in districts that were recently carved out to embrace largely black commu nities. Mrs. Burke won 54 per cent of the vote against four male op ponents in the primary in the heavily Democratic 37th district, which includes Watts and much of the Los Angeles black community. Senator Jordan trounced three men in the new 18th District, a 52 per cent black district in downtown Houston, capturing 80 per cent of the vote. King Bust Presented To Gallery WASHINGTON -A marble bust of Martin Luther King Jr., the slain civil-rights leader, has been presented to the Nrational Portrait Gallery by an anonymous donor. The sculpture by Charles Wells is being exhibited for tlMI first time in coimection with the dedi cation of the Martin Luther King Memorial Library, the capital's new central library, which is a cross the street from the portrait gallery a branch of the Smith sonian Institution. The gallery hils a policy of limit Ing display of portraits in its permanent collection until 10 years following the death of the sub ject. Thus the King bust will be shown as a new acquisition for a few weeks. It may be seen in special exhibitions until 19fll, when it will go on permanent view. Wells has had work exhibited widely and bas received the Amer ican Academy in Rome Prize l InstJ tute of Arts and Letters award. The iallery director, MarviD T 1111J11 Conf. To Meet In Arcadia The quarterly meeting of thns. Willie Gallimore. Walter Turner, Sr., National Public Relations Director of the Nation of Islam, president Of Public Relations Associates, Inc., &nd as he puts it. a very close friend of Ali's was in Tampa last week and met with the local meh Friday at a luncheon to "get the wheels 'turner is a 1954 graduate of Don Thompson (H0w ard W. Blake). Turner related during an inter view that there are millions of cl. ollars floating around the bay -area and he feels tlrat blacks should take advantage of the op portunities. "They have the aoTI ity, the know how and the re sources and should be more involved and on the receiving end." Several men in the area saw the need and chances of a firm of this type and contacted Tur ner for assistance. Nathaniel Hannah, Ty Reddish, Theron Morris, John Anderson, Charles Davis, Walter Wilson, Atty. War ren Dawson, Atty. George Edge combe, Charles Thomas, Simon Hi.!&rd and Turner's sister, Joyce Turner, are the local people in volved. Stepin Fetchit, a pioneeer black in the movies, is Turner's promo tion leg man. Turner described him as "81 looking like 40," and said he will be in Tampa perioili cally to promote events in area. The first event promoted by the firm will be November 21st wtih the closed circuit showing in St. Petersburg and Tallahassee of the Ali-Foster fight. Save nme And Stamps Phone Your News 248-1921

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PAGE -TWENTY-TWO Fla. SeDtinel-Bulletin Published every and Fri.Get Both Ed noted that (he OJt. !;ince 1964, brings MEMORIAM League had trained more th an the total Feaeral investment in (Continued From Page 3) :19,000 persons tinder its previous : Ur.b"im League OJT programs to aide to Dr. Ralph D. Abernathy, TAMPA....:..In of $19-million four-year, on ; the-job million .for training and job president of the Southern Chris Mrs. Ella Wilson who depariled training (OJT) c(jtJtraCt with the .,Place 'menf for 49,900 i.memployed Conference. this life on October .24, 1971. We Depaft' mimt ; and u'rideiemployeci disadvantaged -"The. president h as bought have Y.OIJ so much .and "It. heartenfng--to see a.n 'persons : ... :-: them, a!)d they h ave sold 'out," no ; one can ever fill your organization silch as the Urban The Urban League is also a Ohio Deinocrjltic rep ; in our hearts nor ho me. will. :Leaglle .. P!lr.ll!l gQ!.!LQLhc1pi ng training sponsor in the Labor resentative Louis Stokes, chair all meet Y.OU one day ,the disadvantaged and the jooleEs partrrient's Apprenticeship Outlmin of the congressional black -gates of. He a-vim. so witfiout f?nfarc, reach Program. Through r prime caucus Signed: Daughter .and soJ:!in without fuss,' } Hodgson sa:jd. contracts with the League since Charges of "Uncle Tom" and Jaw Robbie and Alber t "The, League s ef August 1969 arid individual con "political prostitutes" have kept Grandchildren, James a nd Lamar forts in on-the-job training a!> -tracts With its affiliates from 1967 black Republicans on the defen King. preilticeship outreach;, and WIN to ,. the Labor Department sive and under intense pressure. supPort -.be. said; "are :has .invested million to prepare William A. Scott III, a lifelong :CARD OF THANKS "tine .. examples of What: can be ,!>c-.4,91(1 minority youths for apprenRepublican and one qf TAMPA,...:. The family of Wash coniP,lished thro ugh litical dif An attack of pneumonfa con tributed to. liis death, doctOrs reported. Retired United Meth odist Church Bis hop Ed-gar A. Love; of Baltimore, Md., is now the only foul}ding survivor of the Omega Psi P hi Fraternity was established at Howard Uni versity in 191lil. Dr. Co9per only a at Howard Ut'liversity whim with Love and Coh ;man the"y decided to establish a National Negro Col: lege Fraternity. Love became the first. ; f}rand i Basileus, Cooper, the Keeper of Reoords and ;the Grand iKeeper of Seals qjJteJr action was historic for ,'Ohieia> Psi Phi became the Jirst. Greek Letter be estabiished (jn a Negro college ca.mpus .. :'9r, E. who before h1s deatli was acclaimed as one of the greatest scientists in zoo logical cellular structure, became the faculty' : advisor of the three founders lind later was cited as a dfitinguis hed honoree of that fraternity. /:Buy from Florida .Sentinel Advertisers one i They wish also to thank : which in turn. will O.JT partment contract provide supferei!Ces but not this year." all for the many be autifid floral contracts with local employers. portive services to welfare recioffeiings and thanks to Stone & Of the 5,000 training opportuni pients enrolled in the Work In G.rdon Funeral Home, also the ties : offered through the new concentive (WIN) program in 10 Rev c Cotton. tract, 65 percent will be assigned cities. Washington Green, Jr. and to disadvantag ed applieants, Vi -Mrs Fannie Thomas and., FaJPlly. .. percent to underemployed appli D e -ath Not.ces. CARD OF THANKS and 20 percent to applicants in a poi)disadvantaged .WILSON FUNERAL HOME The Urban League's OJ, T pro Baby Boy T.homas, 2802. Valen TAMPA -Mrs. Effie Badger jects will run from four to 44 tine Court. and Mrs. Janie James acknow weeks, depending upon the OC Mr J ames Eugene Waters, 1934 Jedge with grateful appreciation cupation; an average training-,.per.. Chestnut st. the expression of sympathy by iod : or 24 weeks. Mr Albert Cooper, 3705 25th neighbOrs and friends in the The terms. of the one-year conSt., Apt. 491. passing of their sister tract stipulate that the reimbur Mrs. Juanita Btigess Southern Oriental Davis in Orlando Octo sable cost of training may not ex land, 1708 29th Ave. ber! 3, 197.2., 1 ceed $1,000 per h:ainee. Employers FRANKLIN FUNERALHOME I : ; participating .. ln the, pr,ogram will : Mrs. Pamela H Butler ; 522. W ; B uy From Florda be reimbursed for up to ; 'sP per, Plymouth St. cent of the wages they pay to 1\'Ir. James Carter; 1720. Aren St. Sentlf*!t!! I' by each. job Mr.. Robert --Bradwell, .. 409 E. eak S&. UNCLE SAND' Y SAYS Great. s penders 20, 10, are lenders, 13; 50.

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Tuesay, October 24, t972 Fla. Seatlnei-BuiJetln every Tues. and Fri. Get Both Editions PAGE TWENTY-THREE I .. L .OYMEIIT FOB SAlt BUSIRESS FOR SALE THELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP IURSES AlfD WANTED THELMA S SPECIAL care for the WORKING TOGETIIE& foi ProVACANT HIGHLAND PINES hair and scalp. in fessional recognition &ad fair 2729 or 839-HZ%. permanent waves, hau stybng wages Call ANA 135-5933 or 3 BEDROOM block bomes. Also Progress Village. and fixing wigs aad hair pieces. 1513886. YE1'-EJIAI s SPEC' -IAL. Located 1917 E. EMMA st. -------...--,..-..,..--. ARTHUR A. EVANS, Realtor %53-3054 236:8431._ HOSPITAL AND D.OCTOR TRAINEES NEEDED WOMEN WANTED to be trained EARN THE DOLLARS you aeed to fill that "budget gap" the Av'on way, Many Avon Repre sea.tatives earn an estimated $49 weekly, selling Avon products in their spare :ttme near. haine. Can you qualify? Find out by callillg: 1\lrs Smith 526-087! or 876-3242. St. Pete 862-4593, Largo, Clearwater 442-9556. Ro camm? Because of credit problems or down payment? 100% financiiag avaUable Let us you CALL QR COME IN NOW-SOH RAY MOTORS 6300 FLORIDA AVE. 232-4891 EMPLOYMEIT .. MAIPOWEB IS IIIBDIG JOBS EVERYDAY. Work the days you want. Daily ,tcash, Casb bonuses. $1.50 per hour aad up Moaday tbru 'Friday. Apply 6 a.m.. to I a.m. !'" ... MUPOWEB. IIIC. 411 W. KENNEDY BLVD. Aerois from University oi Tampa for loeal area hospital and doc tor offices. Must be wiWng to start fminediate. No fee place ment. Limited openings. Those selected will have an opporiuni ty to eai-n while training. Call 229-8381. DAY. OR RIGHT SHIH STEADY regfifar raises. Shri.mp )ieelers, packers and laborers. Must bring Social Se card. If under 21 mast bring birth certificate. Apply 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Monday thru Tharsday;9 A. M. to 12 P.M. Friday, SINGLETON PACKING CORP 5oth St. and Uceta Road No nece11sary. Equal Opportunity EmployeJ" FOil SALE 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE $400 DOWN 3 BEDROOM HOME $50 DOWN OPEN EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK ACE LAND, INC. 877-8363 TOM LQFT ASSOCIATE, 126-0034 .. DOWN MODEllN S BEDROOMS, CAR.PET, l&oYe, $10,650 P. II I. $71.54 for 361 at mortgage. DON TAAJiFE 1172-1721 or Ul-1t2Z LJS1'riiGS NEEDED. I'LL -IELP YH!!' 18 ,CREDIT? IIHEY cREDIT? .DE Ill LOW 81 D8WN PAYMEIIT? .cALL ROW BI.LL IROR AUTO SALES 221-1157 sGA. mo. -. __ .., KP9 alJYs A 2BR.f TOWNHOUSE! WHY RENT! 'JlclO&s ilflnl$ NIE. .. CARDENTREE II IIQMi$ .o: IIOQIIIRitGf. Awl. i AVt. $100 DOWN I ALSO $150 prepaid items. Almost aew. C011crete bfock, 3 bed rooms, 1 bath; stove and re frigerator. In Port T ampa. Total 1s ; sso. p & I. $102.81 for 360 moaths at 7% mortgage. DON TAAFFE BROKER 872-_%729 or 839-1422 WANT A NEW ROME? $200 DOWN, GOOD CREDIT. Call Equal Oppol1uDity Corp Call m.azot. Buy From Rorida Sentinel Advertisers BUSIIESS LEASES AVAILABLE AT TAMPA SBOPPIHG CDITEB lfebraska al ScoH For REASfiABLE RATES PRONE;_ 229-1845' A BEADn 5 BEDROOMS, living room, dbi ing room, kitcben, bath and back porcb. Newly remodeled. 1!110 15tb Ave. $13,500. 876-1549, ask for Pbilip. Down payment required. BIYEB GROVE AREA $9.700 LOCATED ON A LARGE corner lot near Woodlawa Terrace Playground. House bas 3 bed rooms, dinillt room and den. Kitchen has stove amd refrigera tor. Call SALLY FORDYCE. BOB PINSON REALTY 238-6428 FOR BERT Z BEDROOM unfurnished apart ment. Stove, refrigerator, and air conditioned. I M APTS., 1002 Lemon St. 258-5151. FOR RENT Clean Painted Houses Phone 251-1645 nA. SENTIREL WAH'I ADS WORK HARD H your family of four lives on less than S140 a week taxes, we can put you in a three bedroom home for just StOO -down and as little as $86 a month: .. WOOD VALID EAST OF US. 19 AT'COACHMAN'ROAD Cal126-47'69 for details 4 Ml.Es-WEST OF MLE MABRY ON HUSBOROUGH Cal884-8000 for details by Corporation 'J!I, FHA 235 flnanelna: $100 down plus $100 prepaid Monthly pay. ment tlncludioc principal, Interest, taxes and mayranee) M"d on 360 payments at 8% annual lntere,t. PUBLIC .SERVICE AUTO HOME LIFE FAST CLAIM SERVICE RATES FOR GOOD AND BAD DRIVING RECORDS INSURANCE HAMILTON AGEICV 1720 North Nebraska Avenue PHONE zzs.)m AUTO IN_SURANCE A. F. DLBBIDE IllS. Before ud after an accident 1201 MARION STREET PRONE %23-5531 AUTO -IIISURARCE IMMEDIATE COVERAGE AT A COST TIHT CORRESPONDS TO YOUR DRIVING HISTORY. JACK BERRY 626-6194 4-CUT RATE PLUMBING C SOL'S. TPDiifG POST NU-TUBS $10.50 TOILET SEATS $1.95 SINKS II: CABINETS ,., WATERHEATERS WASH BASINS, CLOSED ALL DAY WED Opea Mon Thn Sat. 8-6 3m E. B'WAY. Ph. %43-%411 COT CAll TBIUBLES? TRANSMISSION *OVERHAUL GEN. CAR REPAIRS BY EXPERTS CALL 248-1532 RAY'S GAR A G E 3007 34111 STBEET TAMPA FUIEBit DIBECTORS WO.SOM'S FUIIEBAL HOME 3001 ""29th STREET "Our Business Is Service" Phones: 248-6125 245-2032 PUGHSLEY FUIIERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As' Impressive As Required ,Ail Inexpensive As Desired. Phones: 247-3151 or %47-3152 ROGERS FUIIEBAL .:-HOME Pho 233-9302 4605 34th Street or 258-0764 LADY ATTENDAN7 "WE GIVE THE BES7 1! F()R LESS.' ;': r

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" J ''f\ I PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Fla. Senitinei-Bulletin Tues. and Frf. Both Editions Ocf()tier 24, t 972 c. Sav e On Bedding &ERrS A WORT8WHILE SALE.'. SPECIAL PURCHASES DISCONTINUED TICK -a E o o lNG. DfGS EVERY WANTED TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION EACH ONE AT A LOWER PRICE! EVERY WARTED HERE! Foam rubber horsehair cotton damask ticking super firm everYthing at one low price. All c sizes ineluding Size. SPECIAL! ., ... .:. KIHG SIZE MATTRESS : 1 AND BOX SPRING SETS :xtra firm .. floral and damask quilting in rubbet-. Upholster ed in ootton felt with .extra firm innerspring units In both mattres1 and box spring. SPECIALLY PRICED .$16995. DOUBLE SIZE MAtTRESS 8r-iox SPRnfG. -, '", BUTTON TUFTEd : .. .._ $5995 Set,,,,. SAVE!KING,.QUEENOR .TWIN LUXURY SET' S .. .. TERMS ARRANGED Twin, maUress and spring sel, : needs -no turning. .Fil for 11 quee.n, exira-firm sleep sel, quill-lop. Regal king size on : spring lor ALL-SIMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION ... ... .. YOUR CHOIGE MIS.ATCB-. ,, ... --. -TWIN SIZE -FOAM\ MA AND BOX SPRDfG. SET '1 ':1. $39.95 -.... I ;_ It' : -. { .. / ........ ... .. .... ED MA TfRESS OR l BOX $2000. -.-.. ; .., -SPECIALLY PLANNED AID. .. PACKAGED TO SAVE YOU TIME, MISTAKES AND EY .... _.. your IANKBtERlCARD welcome here "IT'S EASY T'O PAY THE LARMON wAY:' OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TILL 8 p. M. t '. Plenty Of f ,R E E Parking Op ,ln1_ Rear Of Store ,, .,


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