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City Council Law_ To Ban Sale Of Unvented Heaters {SEE STORY ON PAGE 3) All The News FLORIDA Sentinel .;1 Advertisers I Fit To Print AMERICA'S FOREM. Invite You YOL. 26, NO. 16. TAMPA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY;, 1973 PRICE 15 CENTS Son Burns Mother With Potash SEE STORY ON PAGE S -ME STORY ON PAGE 1t New Firm Deals In 'Soul Products' SELF GUNSHOT VICTIM DR. J. 0 BROOKINS Dr. ,Tames 0 Brookins, prominent Tampa physician, shot and killed himself this (Tuesday) morning at hls office at 3554 29th &reet, He was 47. -Police at the scene said the Incident occurred at 9:32 A.M., and that apparently no one was in the office at the time. The prominent physician had been Indeclining health since suffering a heart attack three years ago while at tending a Medical Association meeting in Orlando. He was also a diabetic, His closest friend, Atty. Delano S. Stewart, who maintains Jaw offices two doors from the physician's, said he talked with Dr. Brookins yesterday (Monday) -while being treeted for the flu. "He was very despondent and told me he was Just too 'sick and tired' to go on living." Stewart, who was visibly shaken by the doctor's death, said he told the physician to ''stop talking like that." The sllot wblch took the doctor's Ufe was heard by Mrs. Henri Phillips, secretary to Atty. Warren H. Dawson, who Is located immediately next to t11e doctor's office, Sbe im. mediately got help, and the body was found In the doctor' prirate .. Dr. Broolda1 wa1 a tell-made maa wile atteaW DANCER PERFORMS IN ART PRESENTATION dent at Florida A & M University ane, a graduate and former queen of Blake High School. The pre sentatlon was staged at Kid Mason Recreation Center. One of the guest artists appearing in the re cent Collage of the Arts sponsored by the National Council of Negro Women was 1\liss Edith Ran dolph, an interpretative dancer. Miss Randolph, daughter of Mr. and 1\frs. Sam Randolph, is a stu classes to f;nish high school. He later attended Florida A&M Univer sity E nd finally Meharry Medical College. While practicing in Tam pa for the past twelve years, he became active in the civic af fairs of the community. In June, 1967, he is generally -wtth suggesting the White Hat method among youths in the West Tampa area to quell two-day riots which struck He was also vice-president of .the now defunct Tampa Park Foods, Inc., which opened the Plaza Supermarket in 1970, and said at the time, ''I hope the store Is successful because the community needs Jt," He also invested heavily in real estate In the black co mmunity and was of the office complex where his body was discovered. Dr. Brookins who resided at 5008 N. lOth Street, Is IIU'Vived by hit wife, Evelya, ud six children. Fueral arraJiaemeatl are la-.omplete u we 10 &e pre11. Selassie' s Son Is Hospitalized Crown Prince Alsa Wossen of Ethiopia is in a London hospital after a heart attack, the Foreign Office said. "We were told that he had been taken ill and were asked to help," said a spokesman. "We arranged for him to fly tie LondOn in a Royal Air Force .....


PAGE TWO Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Fri. Cet Both Tuesday, e, 1973 0 CAPERS James Johnson 25, 8512 12th A v enue, So., (Palm River ) was stabbed Sunday morning at dawn by a young w oman he UVntified as his ex girlfr iend. The two were at the Blue Diamond Bar, 2501 4th Avenue when they became in volved in an argument IIDdshe pulled lfbutcher knife from her purse and stabbed him. it was reported. Peter Mic k en s, 49, 3404 29th st., reported early Friday morning that he h ad been shot Thursday night by an unide ntified suspect. Micken s said he and the suspect had e n gaged in an argument prior to the shoot ing while in the Paradise B a r He said be was lea$g when he met tbe suspect who pointed the weapon at him and fired. Mickens said his as sailant didn t say anything be fore shooting, then left the scene. The officer noted tha_ t Micken's ear was partially severed. Mrs. Francina Ernestine John son, 34, 1403 E. 15th Avenue, re ceived a minor injury to her knt'e Thursday, apparently wounded by a bullet her husband fired during a domestic dispute The husband, Joe, 32, was arrested but later released when Mrs. Johnson signed a complaint withdrawaL Mrs. Joyce Ann Harris, 31, 1911 N Oregon. was the victim of an aggravated assault Saturday by her common-law husband. Ac cording to the report, the man struck Mrs Harris, lmocking her down and when she fell she hit her head on a hard object caus ing a laceration. When Mrs. Har ris was treated at a local hos pital she told the doctor there and police that she didn't know what happened to her. Burglaries Mrs. Vanell K. White, 42. 3703 30th st. reported her home was broken into by two young men, but oothing was taken. About 9:30 Frid8.Y morning the two entered the home by prying the front door, but were frightened off by a passerby bef-ore removing any of the woman's property. The pa i r fled the scene via the south door. A 17-y ear-old youth was ar rested Friday afternoon when caught in the process of a bur.g lary. Richard Lee Burston, 17, 2603 E. Chelsea, told polioe be returned home and found Aiton Brown th :m! for an apparent burglar y Nothing was taken from the .premises, po lice said. Miss Patricia Ann Willi ams, 21, R u bi n ct., Apt. 55, called pollee 3 :40 Saturday morning to report a burglary of several snapshots. Miss Williams told the officer tha t ber ex-boyfriend broke into her apartment after using a screw driver or similar object to pry tbe front window, and rook seven pictures of her and left. The 'Value of the prints was placed .it' $3.50. A key was appareritl'y 2:used .by burglars who entered the horne of Mrs. Ann Marshall 33, 2406 E 12th Avenue, Friday, police said The front door showed no signs of forced entry indicating the use of a key. A stereo tape player with twa speakers worth $40 and a portable black and white tele vision worth $20 were reported taken. Thefts Anderson Thorpe, 46, 2229 8th Avenue, lost his wallet to un known robbers Monday morning while at Gene's Bar. 2932 St. The subject struck Thorpe in the face wit h his fist and took his bllifo1d from his pocket con taining an undetermined amount of cash. Tbe incident occurred between 12:15-1:30 a m On Saturday Leon Watson 50, 610 7th Avenue, reported he was robbed of $28 and cut by two men Thursday while at the corner of Henderson and Central Ave nue. Watson said the men jumped him and when he tried to fight them off, one pulled out a knife and cut him on the arm and leg. The officer reported he observed a &-inch cut on the arm and a 5-inch cut on the leg that was infected and swollen which made it impossible for the man to walk. Clinton Wilson reported a rob bery at Wolf's (}rocery 3402 E Osborne, Thursday night. Two men reportedly entered the store about 10:05 p.m with guns and took $150 in bills then fled on foot. Three unknown men disrobed Garry Helms, 38, 2018 24th Ave nut, at 22nd St. and 23rd Avenue and left with his clothes. Helms said the men took a pair of knit pants worth $20 and a pair of boots worth $14, and his wallet with papers and 40 cents in change. Tile thieves fled the scene on foot, Helms said. Louis Roberson, 60, 1923 Arch St. reported his dog stolen Thurs day Roberson said a 1G-week-old German Shepard worth $35 was taken from his fenced back yard b y an unknown subject. Mrs. Carrie Nell Jones, !56, 17081k E. Columbus Drive, had her purse snatched by an un k n own man Friday evening while walking in an alley rear of her h ome. She said the bag ooo t ained a check made payable t() her far $10.45, 50 cents cash, an azma t ic pump worth $2 a n d a set of ke y s. Harry Eugene Andrews, 20, was arrested Saturday for shoplifting. He was apprehended outside o f Zayre Dept stare, 4464 Gandy B lv d ., with a pair of tennis shoes worth $3.97. 'The secur ity officer r e ported that he saw the man i n the shoe department stuffing the &hoes in his troi:ISers before walking out. A 1962 Chevy belonging to Mrs. Louella Roseboro, 48, 1323 Chest nut. was reported taken from 40th St. and 1-4 and damaged by un known persons The car was moved .sometime between Tues day afternoon a n d Thursday evening and taken to the Temple Terrace area, stripped and set afire. The car was worth $400. Freddie Brown 45, 2108 Cherry reported his 1966 Pontiac stolen Sunday night from Main and Al bany. Brown said he parked his car. and left it for one hour which time it was moved. He reported also that he lost a set of keys the day before in the Sta tion Bar. The vehicle was valued at $500. Lester Maple, Jr., 25, 28th St. and Lake Avenue Apt 4, was ar' rested over the weekend for breaking and entering and petty larceny. Maple allegedly took a shot gun from a gun rack in a parked pickup truck while being observed by the arresting officers The double barrel shot gun was worth $50, police said A .1966 Mercury worth $300 be longing to Earve Johnson 62, 2401 Palifox was taken from his front yard, he reported. Johnson said the theft occurred Thursday be tween 6-4 p.m Unknown persons drove a car beloniing to Mrs. Cleo Brown '30, away from her home address, 4309 N 34th St. Mrs. Brown said the '68 Falcon was parked in the rear of the house and set the value at $250. Mrs. Lizzie Palmer, 56, 2307 24th Avenue, reported to police Friday t hat her purse containin g $79 was snatched by an unknown man while she stood near Link Avenue and Lucky Alley. She said he grabbed her and wrestled with her before taking the bag Miscellaneous Tampa police were impound Ing a '65 Ford belonging to Terry J. Tolliver, 4010 Arcll, from 4203 Spruce at the property owners re quest and fmmd twa ooxes of mari juana in the car. Toliver was arrested for possession of tbe ill e gal drug. Willi e Saxon, %8, 2105 Bristol, Apt. 5, was charged Friday wit h carry ing a oooeealed firearm. Police were on the scene to in v e s-tigate a domestic fight be t ween Saxon and his wife when Saxon ran out the back door Following a chase by the officer he was caught and a gun was lound in his rear pocket. Robert Lee Grandberry, 25, 3102 E Emma, and John Lee Fish, 30, no address, were arrested Fri day in a s t olen vehicle at 32nd St and E Emma. Denn i e James, 20 1005 Lecuona ct. was arrested Saturday night for throwing a deadly missile into an ooeupied dwelling. James is Rit. z Adult 'Theatre Enjoy lhe best i."'l X Baled -F"dms ill c:eel comforlalale sall'eiiiMiiags fhone 248-1378 ISih uul Broadway Adulls 18 OB OYEB The Oldest ALSO The IMredile Urge Joe -Gets Five Years CLEARWATER_. After a tense three-day trial, a Circuit Court jury took only 30 minutes Friday to find Joseph Rodriguez, the alleged kingpin of harddrug traf fic in Pinellas County guilty of selling heroin. Admonishing Rodriguez, 67, and his co-defendant, Joe Elias, 35, both of St. Petersburg, that they had been convicted of "one of the most abominable crimes in the State of Florida," Circuit Judge David F. Patterson im mediately sentenced both men to five-year terms in state prison. Their defense attorneys prompt ly announced that they will file motions for new trials within 15 days and appeal the verdicts within 30 days. The s i x member jury of three men and three women found Elias guilty on two counts .=:.. both possession and sale of heroin but Patterson consolidated the offenses in senteneh:ig,__ him to one five-year term. Rodriguez drew five years on conviction of selling heroin, after Patterson ruled that the"'evidence was insufficient op a charge of heroin possession and directed Rodriguez' acquittal on that count before the case went to the jury at 3:20 p.m. Both defendants remained calm and impassive as they first faced the jury for the reading of the verdict and then approached the bench for sentencing. Rodriguez, a paunchy, balding man in a green knit sportshirt and tan slacks clasped his hands behind accused of throwing a concrete block through the kitchen window at 2503.! 21st Avenue. The owner, "J. T.'' James, 23, called police two hours earlier for a similar offense which was being investi gated at tbie time of the second attack Another complaint was flied by Mrs Mary Lois Irvin, 26, 1605 Lecuona C t., of someone breaking out window panes at her house ten minutes before the brick was thrown at James' home. The officer noted that Donnie James lives with Mrs Irvin on Lecuona Ct. Earnest Wright, 't7, 803 E. Palm, was arrested at Scott and Governor Friday morning for carrying a concealed firearm. The weapon was found in his belt by a private detective during a disturbance in the street. Officer C. L. Wolever, Tampa Police Dept reported that be arrested Benjamin Tensley, Jr., 18, 111 W Amelia, at 412 W Ross for carrying concealed fire arm. The officer said he stopped and frisked the man and found the .22 c aliber in his right l:pot. his back; Elias wearing a brown turtleneck sweater and bold checked green and tan pants, folded his arms across his chest. Each man was fingerprinted in the courtroom and escorted im mediately by two bailiffs to the adjoining Pinellas County jail to await transfer to state prison. As Rodriguez was led from the courtroom his son, Joe, Jr., tried to enter the corridor and follow him, but was barred at the double doors by a bailiff. Both defendants waived their right to a presentence investiga tion on advice from their attor neys, who said they wanted an immediate senrencil)g J n order to expedite the planned appeals Patterson denied a request by Tampa attorney Richard Hirsch to release Rodriguez on an ap peal bond, but said he_ will con sider it when the notice of appeal is filed. He granted both defense attorneys 18 days to file motions for a new trial and warned the defendants that their right to ap peal expire in 30 days. Waller Qualifies As Voter ST PETEIRSBURG Joseph Waller; St. Petersburg C1llldidate for mayor, il'&-registered 68 a qualified voter Friday after Pinel las COunty Atty. Gray Dtmlap said the apepal of his six -ye&r court case leaves him officially on thevoter rolls. Waller was convicted on -a grand larceny charge in 1967 that began when he ripped dowx, a mural that he said was offensive to blacks at St. Petersburg City Hall. Normally the conviction for such a felony would remove the person's name f r o rn the wter lists. However, since the case is beIng appealed to the F1orida Su preme Court, Waller is still a qualified wter-one of the re quirements to run for office in St. Petersburg, Save Tune And Stamps Phoae Your News 248-1921 FOB BElT C1eaa Paiulecl louses .... 251-1&45 TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CARE OPPORTUNITIES AIBPOBT SAFETY AID SECUBin OFntER Male II Feaaale Jein the expallding Safety lc Security Divlsioa of the Aviation Aathority at Tampa Ia.ternational Airport. If yo. u are between the ages of 21 and 55, pltylieallJ fit, have a high seho91 diploma and aa interest In a career in Law Enforcement, we would like to teD you about our Airport Safety & Security Dlvisioa. Start in training with a salary of $538 per month, plus our full benefit program. 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Tueaday, February 6, 1973 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Pu.blished every and Frf. Both Uitlont : :;::w,. 9 1 1 rf PAGE THREE Civic Leader S -til; l Active As Ever In explaining his reasons -foi" Some.. were. torn down while not publ i cizing _hjs community others were repaired. This proj activiiies over the past months, ect is continuing as other houses Nathaniel Bunts, President of are still being dest r oyed. Within the Englewood Civic Club, bor-the past few months, the mem rowed a line froni .. the bers donated a whee l chair to chapter of Ecclesiates. "Tl\ere Padgett's ;Nursing Home.FIFTY PER CENT OF HILLSBORO'S RETARDED CHILDREN ARE BLACK; OFFICIAL SAYS D r. JackLamb, director of per cent of Florida's mentally re mentally handicapped and a llillsborough County's tarded children are black. How cepter in Plant City handles part Child Education, said this week ever, he said in Hillsborough of the c:ounty's trainable children. that the percentages of retarded County less than 50 pe r cent .. In Duval County it was learned black children brought out in a black. that about 50 per cent of the recent survey were exceptionally The Hillsborougp County school chilelren j n the educable mentally high because of the numbe r' of official said in some small coun retal'cied class are. black while children b-eing placed in spe

PACE FOUR ( Pk:P!tHt n.. S.tJaet.BuUetla P.WW.eCI ftWrl Tuee. iM Fd. Cet Both Editions "' TueiCiay, FeLrv.a:ry 8, 1973 PUblished every Tuesday and Friday bJ Florida Sentinel Tampa Bulletin Pub lishing Co 7fii)7 Twenty First Avenue, Tampa, 33601. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Founder and Publisher C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. Executive Editor SIMON JOHNSON Vice President-Production MRS. ROSE CRUTCHFIELD Vice President-Society JOHNNY JACOBS Vice Presldent-Advertisinl BA YWARD BRADY Vice Presldeat-PubUc Relatioaa se<:ond class postage paid at Tampa, Florida. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $ 6.50 Per Year Oae Editloa. $12.50 Per Year Both EditioDS. Poverty Programs Axed Presideri t Nixon' :.n a m mot h economic retrenchment is causing much anxiety among the masses of the people, e .special1ly t h o s e who voted for his second term at the White House. His proposed fiscal budget cans for disman!t ling of the social agencies b_y Kennedy and John11011 to allay the nvages of poverty and to insf.iU fanh in the American system of sovernment. One of the lar.re components tha!t the Nixon axe is chopping off is the Office of Economic: Op. portunity which the late Presi dent Johuon established to fight poverty and to brin.r the masses of the American people into the stream of the Great Society. That isn', t all. The Job Corpa which provided much needed es.per ience for the :n:a:tion's youth is to be eliminated. To be demolished also are the Model Cities program and Urban Renewal. The fund i ing of heaith, housin.r, education and other social programs will be drastically cut. More than 900 community ac: tion agencies scattered across the country will be ended aa far as federal support lis concerned. Community action was .the focus of the Johmon Administratron'a war on poverty. The. ace:ncies Mr. Nis.on i>a aboliahin.r have a wide range of activities ancl programs for the poor, the blacks, particularly in urban and rural aetltin.rs and were intended 'to speak for the poor before public bodies in the public arena. These will seriously Clrain the rOle of poverlty agencies in our city and county. Hundreds of blacks left mostly school in.r positions for roles in the va rioua poverty agencies. Many will not be a :ble to get back in their old positions because they no longer exislt. A few will be absol'bed by industry. The net resul ts ia unemployment es pecially for those poverty work ers not in key positions. There you have !the full spec trum of the Admini$trafion's plan to back away from its responsi biUty in areas vHal to the masses of the people an. d to the national interest. That's how Mr. Nixon Is in terprelting the mandate the 'YOters gave him last Novem lber. Stokely Denies He Has Mellowed LOS ANGELES Black acti vist Stokely Carmichael says re ports that he has bad a "change of heart" in his revolutionary out look are untrue and "wishful thinking." Carmichael, 31, told 10me 2,000 students at the University of California at Loa Angeles that ba is ''not calling for revolution be cause 1 lmow it is coming" any way. Now a citizen of Guinea, Carmichael said "mother Africa and her children will trample America into oblivion. Our vic tory is assured. It is written in history." Carmichael, former head of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating now heada the Afri can Revolutionary Party, based in Guinea. Dodor Named Chief Of Staff At Domiaguez MeKinely Exum, M. D., hall been elected chief of staff for 1973 at Dominguez Valley Hospital. 31000 Susana Road, Compton. Dr. Exum, who apecializes in ob stetrics and gynecology, aerved as vice chief of staff last year, He sucoeeda Carlos Bade!, M. D., a radiologist, as chief of staff. Jesse Frank, D. D., was elected vice chief of staff, succeeding Dr. Exum in that position. Dr. Frank is a pathologist Elected secretary-treasurer of tlre medical staff is William C. Rogers, M. D. Dr. Rogers, a urologist, succeeds Omar Espino sa, M. D a neurosurgeon. British Race Bar Upheld LONDON Britain's private clubs can go on refusing mem berships on grounds of race, the nation's highest court ruled on Thursday. The Law Lords decided, 4 to 1, that "a refusal to elect to mem bership on the ground of color would not be unlawful." Private clubs, they said, do not provide goods or services to the general public and therefore do not come under the 1968 Race Relations barring racial discrimination. "AU STARTED HrrH A 1Jt1S RID FROM DOWNTOWN 110NTGOHERY BY ifRS. R!JSAPARIS-FROM \7JI/S BUS RID WITH HOHOR, .-/ANEW l.EADER1 JIHO H4S TOCHAHGI! 7HETHJNKJHG OF THE ESTABLISHHEN't Progress ViUage PTA A PTA: for Progress Village Sixth Grade Center was OJ'Ifanized at the January 29th meeting of parents and teachers. niirty-six joined Officers are: President, Lionell Young; First Vice President, James D. Jordan; Second Vice President, Mrs. Sara Hamiter; &cording Secretary, Mrs. Eliza beth '11m; Corresponding Secre tary, Mrs. Shirley Mercer; and Treasurer, Mrs. Bette Correll. The Chorus, directed by Mr. Bailey, presented the program for the evening. All future PTA meetinga will be held on the foorth Monday of each month, in the cafe torium at 7:30 p m Mod.el Cities New Semester Model Cities Adult H 1 g h School ia introducing a new one half credit curriculum at George ;Washington and Franklin Adul! Education Cent-ers The classes will be nine weeks in Sixteen units, including 9th grade1are needed for graduation. Come to clasa and bring a lfriend to classes at George 2804 Highland Ave nue or Franklin Junior High, 8915 21st A Classell start at 7 p.m. Sewing and typing are alllo available. Phone (ext. 2127) for information. Marriage lkses Necl Bay, 25, 11415 Pni&t Road, Selfller, aad Jacqueline Jllu., 22, 11415 Pruitt Road, Seffller. Bobby Lee, 35, 930 Neltraaka, and Elea&e Thomas, 50; 1248 88&11 Street. Kenneth Leaard CouaeU, 20, %712 E. Caracas, aad Sandra Leona Jones, 19, 5007 ztth Street. FraDide Lee BeUord, 22, 1320 Laura, and Carolya Marie Nicker son, 18, 2112 Beach. BasiUo Jerry Arazo, 24, 10M Ybor Street, and Dora Ellzabeth WIIUams, 23, 1605 N. Wa&er1 Court. Pughsley Chorus Mn. Louise Bolden, pres. Miss Hazel M Petty, rept. The Pughley's Memorial Chor us will have their rehearsal Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the il,lome of Mrs. Fredonia Hill, 2617 Lake. All members are asked to be pNlsent and on time. Arcatlia The home of Kr. and Mrs. Tony Forman was destroyed by: fire Tuesday evening. They were unable to save anything : The funera:l services for the late Rev. Sllellie Edwin Smith !Was held Saturday from St. M. B. Church of which !Rev. Lucious Newsom is the pa.stor. A solo was rendered by. IMll!s J. J. Owens. Rev. J. B. tAdams, moderator of the Greater South Flprida l3apt. Assn. of Belle Gtade, delivered the eulogy. Desota CountY Choir Union !will be held at :Mt. Zion AME !Church on Saturda night at '1 :30. Rev. Leroy Kennon is the palitor. Negro Hi1tory Week will be observed at :Mt. Zion A:ME Church this week. The Armett.ia Burial Benefil iSociety will terminate its baby contest Sunday evening at 8 at :lvy Chapel AME Church in No catee. Mrs. Grace Scott, rept. Bradenton Se:rvices at Ward Temple AME burch of which Rev. M. M. is pastor, began with Sunday achoo\ at the usual hour 'With the supt. and teachen at their posts. The lessons were all re.Viewed by the pastor. f Morning service began at 1I with Rev. Oliver and t.he Youth For Christ Commun .ity Chorua from Tampa and Tarpon Springs were present to render service for us. ; Dinner was served. Mrs. Ruth Martin, rept. Guiding light Band Prayer Guiding Light Prayer Band will meet Tuesday night at 7 :SO at the home of Mrs. Mattie Thompson, 1222 India Street. Ann Howard will preside. The I!Ublic is invited. New Hope Ushers No. 2 Mrs. Allee Robinson, pres, Rev. John Willis, pa&tor New Hope U sheri No. 2 will meet Wednesday night before the second .Sunday. All are askecl to be pN!sent and on time.


This fellow was pretty disap pointed Sat. morning when return ing to the Eastern Air Lines gig at TIA in learning my station Manager, W. L. "Woody" Woods, had talren a position with EAL in Miami and had been given ll farewell party while I was away vacationing, never knowing "Woody" was even thinking about transferring out of the area. Mr. Woods is the gentleman who hired me into the Eastern Air Lines family some fourteen years ago and our working rela tions have always been just great, beginning at the st. Pete-Clear water Airport and the past few :years at TIA During the past two years, Mr. Wooda has served as Chairman of The United Negro College Fund Driw in the area, being greatly alllisted by Mn. Dora Reeder, principal of Dunbar Elem. among others. And with all sincerity, may I extend best wishes to a gentleman and friend, W. L. Wooda, Mrs. Woods and their family for a most enjoyable and eucceuful stay with our EAL familiea down Miami way, BROTHER CHARLES L. BRA DY, coordinator at Georgoe Washington Community High School, looking like himself of the past when we used to walk the blocks of Harlem, N. Y., and Washing ton, D. C., stopped by the crib to visit a spell. Cbarlee L. men tioned during our rap session that the third day of the month when most welfare and Social security checks were gotten through main 1y in Newark, N. J., that day was known by the sisters and brothers -as 'MOTHERS DAY" IT' S A GIRL for George and Maey Helea Givens of Carw.r City. '!be new arrival in pink weighed in at eight pounds, three ounces and was named "DARBI DEON" Would ya believe, Robert ''Bobby" Nelsoa, one of the town's handsome and versatile young men had to trim down his hair style a bit cause it had many folD thinking he was the guy from the movie "Super-lly", plus said Bobby, ''my hair was get. shoulder length and too long to handle" Bet you didn't know Tampa's clynamic minister. the Rev. A. L. Brvwn pastor of Mit. Moriah .PB Olurch, used to be in the enter tainment whirl (liii e his aort of look-a-like, Flip WUSOll) before going, or 1 being called into t he religious world. Noticed my old schoql, Houston Tillotson College in .Austin, Texas, has been doing oks,y in basket ball. Will alwe,ys have a feeling towards Houston-Tillotson College, even if I did nearly starve and passed of homesickness while out there. Had chat with former Middle ton m football teammate, lsftai Tillmaa, woo's .still recovering from se rious irtiuries received some six years ago on his local loogshoreman job Mr. Tillmaa hails as one of the Big M s all t ime great guards having cap tained ()Ul" team and made AUState Do you know it's presently nG telling who's subject to be on this year's around the town "Most Eligible Bachelors '73" list. Cle,yboa McArtbw, well known Central Ave. photographer, has now been on the photog bus i ness for more than thirty-eight years, which makes him and Mr. O'Neal Manhall the avenue' oldest busi nessmen. Mr. McArthur is expect ing to retire from his other job with Haverty Furniture next year. Those Fairground animals were getting blamed for the so-called bad weather in Tampa for as long as three weeki ago After getting to hear a powerful message by Rev. A. L. Brown, the writer hu set plans for a visit with Rev. R. H Howard and congregation. Believe Rev. Howard also attended Houston Tillotson College in his ne,tive Austin, Texas, hometown. Good to know Mr. Fred J"olut eoa, Pharmacist, is doing great busineu with his new Fred Phar maey there on Main and Albany in West Tampa. Fred says all his neighbon and friends around the town have been Just wl>nder ful in patronizing his drug store business. Went on grand tour of Gay Pe,pa new "PSYCHEDELIC SHACK" over in the Tampa Park Plaza Shopping Center area. Here to tell you, Mr. Mlle8 is doing a bou remodeling job on the building which will be able to accom modate any type of dance or show. All social clubs, fratel1litfes, and aor;ority leaders check the "Psychedelic Shack" out for future affairs. Belated birthday greetings to Mn. Viola Brown, a well-thought of longtime family friend, who had another great day last week. Town survey seems to show George B. Williams, Bellmen Waiters Club official, is rated the Best Dressed Bus Driver with Tampa Transit Bus Co. Hats off to you Brother George B. Mn. Beraice Ruth KeDer men tioned son nmmy Keller being back home following tour of duty with U ,S. Marines, and that daughter, Mrs.' Carolyn K. Reed, is enrolled in local Lab Tech nology School. A real nice 'il gay Brother writes wanting to know if tha "Boys In 1be Band" can run in our, "Woman Of 1118 Year" Con test? Afraid not brother but that's a good idea for our future contests Met former schoolmate Luther Mickeu .for tbe first time in a er coon's age. Learned Mr. Mickeu is now working with the "straight Show," after working for sixteen yean with Claxton's Harlem Revue. ''lbe "Straight Show" like our Royal American Shows, is slated to open this month in Winter Haven. Little PriDce Arthar has also joined the straight Show. .JEBOME THOMAS, one Of the writer s well-thought of young men and a former play ground basket ball teammate, was recently home on leave from his N.av. al Base in 'Boston, Mass. lerome, son of Mr. alld Mrs. Beary Tltomaa of Pal metto st., Lincoln Gardens, is a not too long ago returnee from a three months tour of duty aboard hls Navy destroyer in Rome, Italy, and Sweden A TRIBUTE HERE 0 N C E AGAIN TO MR. AND MRS. JOHN (MARG ARET) RANSON, owners of "MARGARET'S R E S T A U RANT one of my favorite eat ing spots around the town, where there's always good food, both soul and conservative, a great gathering of beautiful people and .Joba and Margaret and sune, work hard-plus to see that every thing's very clean throughout the dining area, rest rooms and en, while adding some great ser vice and personality to go with it all. Hat's off to the three folks running "Margaret's Restaurant," my kind of a place over on Ne braska and Seventh Ave. BELIEVE TIDS OR NOT In Oakland, Calif., God was sued by a secretary because lightning struck ber home. Madelyn Murry O'Hatr preaches Atheism. Which means here's a babe who doesn't believe in God-or Allah either, for that matter. SEE YAU LATER Services at all churches in the community began with Sunday echool with the supts. and teach en at th.eir posts. The lesson all reviewed by the pastors. :At the morning and evening service the choin and ushers aerved and the aermons were all delivered by the various pastors, At a the JUnior Choir of St. John Observed their fint anni wnary. All junior choir of the city participated. The following are on the sick list: Mrs. Lucille Williams, Mrs. Gertrude Turner, Mrs. Rosa Houston, Mr. Louia Wuhington and Mr. Henry Glover, who ia confined to Naples Hospital. The funeral of Mr. Jamea King 'Was held at Allen Chapel AME Chlll"ch on Sunday. Rev. A. P, McCoy delivered the eulogy. Fu neral eervices for Mrs. Rosa Oates are incomplete. Mr. and Mn. A. Owens visited with Mr. Owens' father Rev. A. Owens in Lacoochee and friends in Dade City over the weekend. Rev. H. Nichola, pastor and Mrs. Mary Townsend, rept, Views Of Progress Village By IRA LEE ENNIS Phone 677-1310 Get well wishea to Mra. Ot-alene Ai.exander who is confined to Cen tro Asturiano Hospital. Mrs. Alex ander resides with hubby, James and 110ns, Robert and Tony at 4902 79th St. The Progress Village Little Lea gu"9 board of directors will meet Thursday, February 8, 7:30 p.m. at the Civic Center. AU managers and coaches and interested vii lagers are asked to please meet with the board at this time. Registration for the Progress Little League will be held Saturday, February 10, p m. at the Civic Center. Ages for players is 7 thru 11. Each boy registering should be ac companied by at least one par ent with proof of age, preferably birth certificate. Birthday greetings to Miss Reece Brooks who celebrated her 8th natal day on Saturday, Feb ruary S. Reece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses (Reola) Brooks, 5205 80th St. a second grader at st. Peter Claver School. Little Miss Veronica Dionne !Pinkney was given a party in honor of her 2nd birthday on Saturday, February 3 at the home of her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Bettye King and mother, Miss Beverly King. Paternal grandmother is Mrs Rosa Lee Pin kney. Little friends celebrating with her were, Marie, Melody and Jeannie Goff, Rodney Wallace, Robert and Anthony Brown, Robyn and Angela Horton, Katrina Col leton, Bonita Bradley, Glori Wright, Thomas Wallace and Lm da Dorsey. present were, godmother, Mrs Marjorie Ander son, Miss Pamela Ennis and Miss Debra King. Veronica received many nice gifts. Buy Fr011 Florida Sentinel Advertisers '}( ")( >( SOOt+ ,JF IT'S ONLY A CONTQENTM. FU SCOT _. 1 WASHINCmJN AT TUSKEGEJfN 191l DURIN8 WORLD WAR :r, BECAh ASSISTANTSECY 2f WAR; DEALING WITH ARMY SEGREGATION HERE a ABROAD I UNDERHISGUIDAN

PAC! SIX Bethel Baptist 808 Emory St, )Irs. Lillie M. MeDonald, rept. Rev, J. L. Overstreet, pastor S. S. began at 9:30. The aupt. presided. The lessQn wa1 taught by the teachers. Morning worship began at 10:45. Devotion was conducted by Mr. Moses Alford and Mr, Har.old Scott. Music was" ren dered by the Sanctuary Usher board No. 1 served. The sermon was. delivered by the pastor who chose for his theme, '-'Finding Peace In God's Word." The minister elaborated on his theme ma&terfully with ipecial on "joy and. the ume Jesus." One member was added to the church. : Evening worship began at 6.!111. The .arne deacons, ehoir and u.shers continued to aerve. The sermon was deliv.ered by the pastor. He chose for his theme, "Satan's Desire And Jesus' Stop Sign." : Following the aermon the Lord's Supper was servetl to all members by the pastor assisted by the associate minister& and deacons. The deacon board will hold their meeting Tuesday night. The business meeting of the church :will be held Wednesday night. Both meetings are nry impor tant and will begin promptly at 8. The pastor is urgently re questing all members to be pres ent. All auxiliaries will hold their various meetings and 1ehea r sals as announced by too clerk. Menthal Clinic Opens In West Tampa The Hillsborough County Guid ance Center is operating a new Mental Health Clinic iri the West Tampa Model Cities area. The clinic, located at 1901 N ; :floward A venue, is designed to help peo ple who are experie11cing prob I ems 1.in living. The problem can range from marital difficulty ,to the adjust ment into the community of per &ons who have been hospitalized. People experience a broad range of emotional problems: such as difficulty in communi cating with others, child adjust ment, feelings of growing older, cr losing a spouse. If you or anyone you 1tnow feel you could benefit from talk lng to a person in a confidential setting, feel free to come to the Center between the hours of 8:30a.m. and 5 p.m. cr call for an appointment at 2532638. .l;J. AI Awanls Banquet Pictured at the head table at the banquet hosted by Ute FAMU Quarterback Club are, hom left to right, S. J. Wilson, Master of monies; Mrs. Wlison; The Rev. Jasper Saun dera, aislstant paetor of -Bethel B a p t 111 t Church who gave bene and the Rev. A. Leon Lowry, pastor, Beulah Baptist Invocation. SHOWER From left to right are Malia Pemberton,. Ber thenla Williams Juaalta Griffin, are enjoyin g a game -at the baby shower for George McCray; COMMUNITY RELATIONS SPECIALISTS AT ANNUAL MEETING The 12th Annual Tampa Bay Area llistltute on Police and Community Relations eonvened on Jan uary 22, at the University of T ampa. Among com munlty relations specialists participating from left to right, Frank McGrath, Director, Flor Ida Chapter of National Conference of Christian and Jews, Miami; Mrs. E. Kelley Tagllarlni, MDA Office of Community Relations, Tampa: Lee J. Price, Aulstant DireCtor, Florida Region, NCCJ, planning committee chairman .who presided at open lng session; and Charles I. Jones, Administrator, City of Tampa MDA Office of Community Reiil tions, who was Tampa Moderator during the Area Group discussions. l;f. Mrs. BeHy Caslo1 Addresses YWCA Gathering Mrs, Betty Castor Com missioner, Hillsborough County, was the speak er at the YWCA an nual meeting and instal lation of' officers oa january 22. The affair was at the Mrs. Naomi Burch Ia pietured left, and Mrs. David Soloza, right, GIVES DRAMATIC READING Neva Glenn, a student at the University of South Florida, Ia pictured as she gives a dramatic reac!.fng at the Collage of Arts spon'SOred by the National Council of Negro Women. Seated right Is otis Anthony,


Feb-ruary 6, 1973 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tues. and Frt Get Both Editfonl PACE SEVEN NOTES FROM TAMPA CLUBS THE TAMPA BRANCH NAACP EXECUTIVE BOARD is meeting at 8 P. M Thursdav the American Legion Home, 2504 29th Street. A meeting of the NOVELETTES SOCIAL CLUB willbeheld Wed nesday evening at 7 :30 at the home of Mrs. Margaret McCray, 1328 Chestnut Street. Members of thEi H. E. o. CLUB will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Clara Waring, 516-E. Park 'l'HE WESTCOAST LADIES AUXILIARY meets Thursday evening at 8 o'clock with Ora Lee Smith, 3621 Sarah Street. Their de lightful Christmas party was at the home of Mr. and Mrs q. L. 4215 Ellicott. -_-Notes From -Tampa lodges SAPPHIRE CHAPTER 75 OES is meeting Wednesday at 7 :30 P .M. a:t the Greater Bethel BaptistChurch Educ atio nal Bullding, 807 E. Lat.-

PAGE EIGHT .... e'9ery Frf .... Cet. Both Editions St. Mark Baptist ... f! Tuesday,-Feliruary 6, -1973 ApostoHc (hurch Of Jesus MIRRORS OF ZODIAC TEA PLANNED Tbc members of Allen Temple AME Cburcll are formulaUng plans for their annual Zodiac Tea acheduled fOl' MarCh 11. Zodiac chairmen as follows: FM Gartlael', steward Boerd No. 2, Arie8: Clijford Brady, Trus tee Board, TIWI'US; Jelul Boa'-; Choir .No. a, Taurus ; Mn. Elfa Ruff'm, AlleDi.tes and WillinL Workers Cancer: Mn. Tllelma Beatea, Junior Church and G.md.ay School, Leo; Mn. lrelae 'l'llamas, Senior Missionary Society, Virgo; Peter Reid, Usher Board No. 2, Libra; Mrs. Slaunelaa, stewardess Boards One Two .aod Three, Scorpio; Mrs. lola McCloud ChOir No. 1, Sqittarius; Mrs. Sally Crosby, Pulpit A i d Board, Capri.oorn; Blriaa IAc:kt, Steward BOard No 1, Aquarius ; and Jolut Cvry, Usher Board Boe.ro No. 1, 'Pi110e11. Mn. ewa B. Larlliu is the general chairman, and the "Rev, B. McDollald NdsOD is the putor. HERE FOR :EDUC.o\.TIONAL CONFERENCE J\ln. David R. Blalock. Assistant Professor Early F..ducatioD, Savannah State College, w.asin Tampa to attend the Tri. State Regional Early Childl.ood Education meeti,q -at Hawlili!lJl Yil Iage. She was briu"'&e guest of Mr. a .. Mrs. G. w carr for ,the weekend. She is the motberir.-law of Mn. Glad7s CUT Blalock, the Can' a daughter. DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL Friends are glad to learn that Mrs. Beralce Teeker h.as been discbal'ged trom St. J:>seph s Hospital; and is niCely at her home, 3610 E North Bay. Mn. TaCker is a member of Greater Bethel Baptist Church. IT'S A LITI'LE GIRL Tbe pretty little g : rl In the home of the llev. E. l. R.trera, Jr. is Elu'aell Sbe is their first child. Her dad is pastor of Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, GOLF. "CLUB ELECTS OFfiCERS During the month of January, the Park Women's Golf Club held election of officers, exchanged gifts, and revealed Secret Pals. During a club supper in the Kentuoky Fried Chicken dining room, the newly president, Mn, Davia honored the past. president, Mrs. Made .Une Doby. Attending the affair were: Mrs. Bessie Cam.pbeli, Mrs. Ruby Smith, Mrs. Carolyn MitclaeU, Mrs. WiWe Lee Add61Y, Mr. and Mn. Joyner, Mn. EOiereila Joba son, Mrs. Beriha Bu c hauall and Mor.ell Beater. CHARMETTES' REDEDICATION CEREMONY The Cbarmete t tes, Inc. of Hillsborough County held t he i r re dedicatiOil ceremony in the "L" Room of the Holiday Inn. The ladies wo1 e thier lovely wl:.ite kni t dresses and red carnations. After the ceremony, the Charmeites and their JUUts enjoyed a delicious meal in the adjoining dining room. In attendance were: Miu Patrirla llt\arham, Mr. a-.d Mrs. David end dal.lihter Bonita, .Mrs. Ena Custenx, Mrs. Ftft Glympll, Mia Clleryl iiUI, Mrs. Gwen Lamar, Mr. ud Mrs. Miclaael Boclrlpes, aad Mr .... Mrs. Tim Thomas. The Charmettes will raffle a $50 bill on March I. Details may be obtaine d from members. MRS. ALLEN IS VICE PREXY It is Mrs. Miriam ADea who is vice president of the recently orJanized FAMU Rattlers Tight Ends Club In annoUDCing the of. ficers in the %day edition we called her Mn. Mlrtaa Klaf-. l\IRS. MAUDE UGuuS ENTERTAINS .L1NU Mrs. Maacle ilan1a of Bradenton hosted a meeting of the st. PetersburgTampa Links at the Ramada Inn In Palmetto Saturday eveniug. Antong other things the ladies elected their delegates for the regional to be held "in 'March In Jacboo, Klssissippi. On the receiving end of Mrs. Rants' hospitality were: Mrs. Altaire Leggett and 1\trs. Belea Ayer of st. Petersburg; Mrs. Fioriae of Bradenton and Mrs. E. 0. Ardlle, Mn. J'elaaa Andrews, Mrs. Gloria AIKftws Mrs. Nucy All41rewa and Mrs. Frail cis Carr president, all of Tampa. CHURCH PLANS 'Ihe Tyer Temple United Methodist -church banquet has been planned fm' .March 30 lit the Sweden House. The theme is, "Break ing Bread Together.'' 'he no. ste(er of Sl Petersburg has been invited to ap pear as guest speake.l ; and S. J. Wilsea wiD be the toastmaster. Ticb:t information may be secta'ed from MIM IUaWKitae AnUa, chairman, 253 or !:he pas tor, t he Rev. E J. Rivers, Jr., 229-1190. COUNCIL :MEMBERS ON TV Whee you watch Town Topics on Channel 13 Thursday : after noon at 1:25, yuu will see Ml's. ElleJa Gt'eea, president of the National Council 'Of Negro wc.men; and 1\lrs. Alberta Blake, chairman of the fashion show to be presented Sunday They will be t&lk:ing about the show, "CrUising in style" and wiil also tell about the $100 U.S. Savings Bond give-away Admittance t o the -3how and a chance at the OOnd is i!lcluded .in the one small ticket prioe Advance t!cltets may be secured from Horton's Dry Cleaners, Main Street; Beaut y Salt>n, 1495 N Nebra sk a Ave nue, and :\1rs. Alberta Blake ()n the third floor at "'M aas Brothers. Oewiston Services were very good at all churches in the community be ginning with Sunday school with the supts aild teachers at their posts. The lessons were all re viewed by the pastors. The Fiendly Xmaa Savings Club met at the home of lllr. and Mrs Paul Jones, on Saturday night at 8. Mrs. Susie Beck ton is the president. The community is in deep s.ymJlathy with the family of. the late Mrs. Essie B. Addi.son who passed on Monday, Jan. 22. The funer.al was held at Friendship M. B Church She waa a loyal lnember of St. John Bapt. Church ef wh-ich Rev. Leon Campbell is taster. Rev. Campbell also ci.-(ocoa Morning worship at Mt. Moriah AME Church began at -11 wi t h the pastor Rev 0 H. Hquston in charJe. Mrs Rosa L Jones w as in charge of the m1."'Sic. Prayer was ied by Mr. w Wis per. 'The pastor delivered the sermon. .Holy communion w a s set'ftd. Evening service was conducted as usual. Tbe No. 1 choir was livered the eulo gy. The following are on the aielt list: Kra. Hattie Ba nks, Mrs.! Melenda Al1en, Mr. James Maaon, ,Jd:l'B. Mattie Hilton, Kr. Charlie Moore, ;Mn. Alex: ander -.-and Mr. Dan Lumpkins. Mrs. L. M. Wil-liams, --.;ent. ReY.. D. L. Williaau;, pastor Mrs. J A. Reddish, rept. Services began at 10 with Sun day school with DeB.. N. Cannon, i&upt. in l!harge. The lesson was reviewed by Rev A. Griffin. Devotional -aervices were 'led by Dea. Willie Sweatman. Choir No. 1 and Usher's Board No 1 eerved. The pastor delivered a wonderful message, 'The Cross Is The Way Home" whlch wa' taken from 18 Luke B.T.U. was .held at 5 with Mrs. L Henderson, the president in charge. devotion was led by Dea: John W. Gree-n and Dea. Noah Hunter. Choir No. 1 and. Usher Boud No. i continued to serve. 'The pastor':;; message l for the even ing was "What Some ChristiaiiB Jliss," 17 Luke 11-21. The Lord' s Supper .dminis tered side and shutin! include: : Xrs. W.ileen Beaf.ci, llrs. C4usie Long, Mn. Ada Danford, Mrs. ; Valerie Pierce, Mrs. Mrs. Hattie Smith and Mrs. Lula. Patterson. We pray that they will have a speed y All mem bers planning to go to St. Petenburg next. Monday n1ght are asked to please meet at the Church at p.m. fn charge of the music. Mrs : Rosa t. Jones was at the organ. Pray er was offered by lofr. Oliver Wynn. A very cood sermon was delivered )>y the pastor Mrs S E Lewis reporter. Mission No. !-Thonotosassa Bishop J. H : Lee, pastor .Mrs.. B. White, rept. S. S. was opened at HI under the direction of supt. Janet ton. Mn. S. Gadsden offered prayer. The subject of the lesson was, "Israel 'Fall and Res toration. The teachers t o o k charge of their post. Each .class reviewed the leason. Noonday services b{1gan at 12. Dea. Arthur Underwood and Mrs. Dorothy Thomas conducted the devotion. The pastor delivered the-lMSsage. The l'i,rst in each month is pastoral day. Elder Lee and ministers throughout the city participated. .":Evening service f6llo\v2d at lt Reuben Mitchell -and Mrs; Annie Laurie Underwood-were in cl\arge: Holy eonutuiion and feet. were Wednesday night at 7:30, Mis: slon Nj>. 2 will journey to Faith' Temple Church of God In Chri<>t. Eld.er Hines is putor. njght, services remain the same Sunday evening at 2 at the church after morning there will be a shower given for .three newborns, Elisha Aaron Camon and Stephen Carter. The sponsors Mrs. J. Felton and Mrs. A. L. Under wood are asking everyone to feel free to come out. Remember to pray for the and ahutins everyone. Church Of Christ 1312 Nassau St Mr. James Norton; -rept. Services began at 10 with Mr Melvin Smith in charge of de votion. The supt., !\Jr. Jame s Norton was in charge of S. S. The lesson .. was taught 'froJil Mark 7:1-13 verse. Morning wor.,. ship followed at 11. Pra-yer was offered by Mr. J. Norton. The message was delivered by Bro. D. Atkison. His suQj.ect was, "By Grace Ye Are Saved. Evening service was condct e d in the usual manner. The pastor delivered the message. Bible study, Thursday night at 7 ;30 ; Vistor:s are a}ways come to our service s. tt,tle Park Ml"'; -Eddies Wil-, 'Pres. Mn U1He Mae Holloway, Kept. The Hyde Park Frayer Band will meet Thursday -aLi2:30 at the home of FlorDavis 507 E. Henderson Ave The last -meeting was held at tbe hOme of Mr. ailcl Mrs. Benjamin Cutler 1718 ViSitors are welcome at all times. St. John Mission 2 Mrs. Lennie Myrick, Pres. Mrs. Dorothy Williams, Rept. st. John Mission No. 2 will meet Wechresday at 7 at the home of Mrs Doria Doyle, 3908 29th St. All are asked to be present and on time. ffle(f( Lindsey WHffiSAle. 'fragrance' Print N O-IRON Percale Sheets and Cases Twin 'flatorfitted, 2 97 comp. at 6 .75; ....... ; full flat or fitted, 9 9 7 camp. ot"7.75., ;-t). .. Std cases, pair, 3 .97 comp. at 5 .29. o : .tJ. Queen flat or fitted, 6 97 tomp. at 11.50.. 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Tuesday, February 8, 1973 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tuea. Frf. Get Both Editloni PACE NINE YWCA HOLDS ANNUAL AFFAIR AT SHERATON From left to rl&ht are 1\liiUe Siiles, Ernestine SheratOD for the recent YWCA annual dinner and Givens and Allllie Mae GUchrist. They were at the instiiUat!Oa of officers. NEW BRIDE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY AT RECEPTION There was an Informal reception at the Armet tia Temple oa January 27, honoring M r. and Mrs, Thomas Austin, left. Mrs. Thom as was also shar ing birthday honon with a friend Sharon Croom, center, and her twin, Plair, right. The cele bration was spoasored by the Hawkettes Social Club. Mrs. Austin Is the former Joyce Plair, daughter of Mr. Emmanuel Plair, 3618 E. Shadowlawn; and iMr. Austin Is the son of 1\lr. and Mrs. Joseph Austin. She Is employed by Bell Products Com pany, and he works for Cement Roofing Company. They will reside at 3.202 E. Frierson. YOUNGSTER JOINS GROWN-UPS AT PARTY Reginald Flowers sits on the knee of Mr. Ha..,; as residence. in the center Is James Atwater, ancl old WIISOU at a recent party a& the Malachi Thom. Odell Salls Jr. Is at right : ,.,, .... .:_; NAACP AT S'EMIN AR Kivle Kaplan and Matthew : Grerory chat at tile recent seminar 811 pollce-commUJiity relations. Mr. Kaplan, left, Is a national NAACP executive, and Mr. Gregory Is the local NAACP president COL_LAGE OF ARTS PARTICIPANTS The (:ollage of Arts at Kid Mason Recreation Center Sunday was sponsored by the National Council of Negro Women. Participants Included these drummers, from left to right, Foster Garvin and Larry Acf.derly. COLLEGE STUDENTS IN NCNW PROGRAM Among college students taking part In the Collage of Arts were Gerzelda Rogers and Michael Hoey, University Of South Florida. The program was sponsoreil by the National Council of Negro w men.


PACE TEN Fla. Seathaei-Dvlleti:n Puli.thecl nery Tvee. qd: Frf. Cet Both Editions Tueeday, February 8, 1973 First Black 24 Hour (hilcl (are (e. To Open In Sulphur Springs Rev. G. J. Oats HeWs First Quarter At Mt. Zion AME The first quarterly conferenee waa held at Mt. Zion A M.E. Chui-eh Friday night by presiding Elder G. J. Oates of the East Tampa District. The service began with de:votion led by the pastor, Re-v. Jessie Brown. All boards and auxiliaries were on hand with written and financial reports, showing that Mt. Zion is mvoing on in the name of the Lord. Memorial was held for Mr. J. Wyles with Mrs. E. Randolph gj"Ving remarks. Henry Small. Trustees: Beatrice Black, Sar ah Floyd, William Stewart, Flos .sie Wilson, Rosa L. Pope, Dor othy S Boger, Emma L. Lewis, and Francis Hanna. All other departments remain unchanged. By MARTHA WHITE_ Sentinel Staff Writer Like many other Blacks who 11et out to establish a business for themselves, Mrs. Theresa Keaton found that there were obstacles in her path when she began making plans to open a 24-hour child care center in the Sulphur Springs area. In relating her story to the Sentin. el, Mrs. Keaton said her :first confrontation with a problem came when she was turned down by the city' s zoning board. Their reason for refusing her, said, was because she "didn't :plead hardship. Mrs. Keaton said "she then had to re-file, pay another $25, and prove to the board that she really needed the business to make a living. After that, Mrs. Keaton was granted the right to open the center for a year. At the end cf the first year she will have to. the zoning board agam-th1s, she feels, is an unusual procedure. With t h is matter finally Mrs. Keaton began preparing for the opening of the center which is due to go mto :full swing within two weeks. MRS. THERESA KEATON The 24-hour Day Care Center will be located at 1004 E. Oka loosa and is available to people all over the city. "There are no boundaries," she explained. Mrs. Keaton, display manager Center Calls For Unity During Black History Month February 1 marked tbe begin ning of what bas been set as .. Black History Month." During the next 28 days, a lot of black people and groups. will beobserving some of the ou(standing per sonalities and events out of our long and powerful past. Otha head of tbe Center for a United Black Community, announced that he and his group are encouraging our people throUghout the Bay area to pause. throughout the mont h of February. "We encourage you. to look back over tbe diffi cult and bloody road our ancestors have traveled up from slavery'. We also suggest .somethlDg else, and that some thing, we feel is of imporl ance to us as we enter into a new period in world history," Favors said. "First, the Center sl1ggests that eli of us go way back into Afri can origins. Only out of that deep well can we. draw our sweetest inspiration, and sense our deepest international: pride, theFeby cementing our strongest unity as one people, a spokesman from the Center said. Secondly, we must analyze how our aneestors became enslaved-bow we were tricked and forced into leaving our LOUIGE ()pea Every Day Air .Coacl. Located: SSt ZACK STREET PBOIE 229-9893 otiginal homeland and coming to the New Wor.ld in chains We must understand how Europeans used the Bible, money, violen c e and a few African traitors to trap ovr peop l e into slavery a long time ago. Tilen. we can m o r e easily understand how their offspring use these same tactics to day to keep us divided and colon ially oppressed Thirdly we must study o u r contemporary history -what we are doing today We must look at. the African continent, our true motherhood. We. must observe our people spread out a c r o s s America and around the world." "Black people today are living in an exciting but dangerous time. It is a time of worldwide change To be able t o survive and enjoy t hese times, we must understand the nature of the obanges that are taking place in. our lives. He who does not understand and change with the times, will cer tainly be destroyed by the times," Favors said in his .statement. Finally, the young leader aaid, we must understand that when a race of nation of people is not actively involved in creating its own history, day..by-day, .then those people always end up as victims and villians in the foot. notes and of someone else's history. We must all pledge to be-gin acting out a new and common history for all Black people That history must be based in national and worldwide tmi.ty, and in our common desire for FREEDOM and LIB ERATION. Doc's Hide A Yfay RETCIIEB DA YIS Manager BOP JACKSOR Asst. Manager ALL LIQUOR AT LOW PACKAGE STORE PBICES. FUN SPOT OF TAMPA l309-W. PLATT STREET at Lerner Shop (Northgate) for over 14 years, said she is allowed up to 45 children at a time. And that means all ages, from newborn and up. She want ed it stressed that persons with teenagers who don't want them left alone when tbey go out, and they feel they are a bit old for a babysitter, are invited to bring them to the center. This is the first black-owned business of this kind to open here and Mrs. Keaton, along with several staunch supporters, are sure it will be a success. One advantage is that before Mrs. Keaton's Center, there was only one kindergarten in the area. The child care center is staffed by Mrs. Keaton, her son Kevin, and another woman who holds a certificate in pre-school trainiDg. Mrs. Keaton plans to enter school in March to. gain the training. The idea came to Mrs Keaton when she heard a woman's fran tie plea to get someone to keep her child New Year's night. Mrs. Keaton is indeed a self taught expert on child -care, havnig reared five sons. She was one of the first blacks to move on River Grove Dri"Ye, where a nativity scene depicting a Black Jesus was destroyed on her lawn a few years ago. Unless a child is on a special formula, a parent need not bri.11g food or milk for their children. Everything is furnished by the Ce.11ter; including diapers. Mrs. Keaton is a.11 active mem ber of Springhill Baptist Church where she is a chief. on an usher bOard. She is also president the Marvelettes Social Cfub. Persons interested in placing their children at the Center or anyone wanting further informat io n may call, 932 or 232-2161. Mea's Chorus Mr. A. Morgan, Pres.. M. W. Spells, Rept. The City Wide Men's Chorus will have rehearsal Wednesday night at 8 at tlie home of Mr. aud Mrs. G. B. Powell 2914 29th St. Business of important. Please be present and on time. Mt. Zion Gospel C .. rus Deacon James M arion, Pret!. Mrs. Amanda Isaac, Rept. Mt. Zion Gospel Chorus will have rehearsal Thursday night at 8 at the church. All members are asked to be present and on time. All members are asked to attend three rehearsals a month in order to serve. FATHER Mrs. Ethel Jones. past president of the Tampa Conference Branch Missionary society, was a visitor and gave some helpful remarks in regard to the misaionaey s ociety and the layman organization. Presiding Elder Oates waa present Sunday for the conclusion of the quarter and delivered an inspiring sermon; the ance was fai r i n spite of the rain. We were happy to have Mrs. Oates present 'after being in the hospital during last week. We enjoyed the e:qn;essions made by her, Officers were confirmed 'by the presiding elder; charac ters. were passed also The jollowing are the Steward&: Henry M. Phillips, Willie M. Green, Elizabeth: Randolph, Murry Gibbons, August Green, Homer T Hemingway, Simon Johnson, Opheiia Hopkins, Eva M. Patterson, Lillian Brown and Trinity (ME 2401 N. Howard Ave. Rev. L. B. Carithers, pastor Services on Sunda. y were very inspiring beginning with Sunday achool. The supt. and teachera were at their post. Morning worship was conduct.. ed at 11 with the Gospel Chorus in the stand. The message was delivered by the pastor. There were. two visitors present. Evening worship was conducted at 6 with the same order of aervice being carried out. The pastor again preached another me aermon. Holy oommunion was administered during both services. Wednesday night at 8 the No. 1 choir is to meet for rehearsal, all members are asked to please be present. .Saturday evening at 4 the W ardetts are asked to meet at the church for rehearsal. !Next Sunday at 6 the Presiding Elder will hold Quarterly Conference. All boards are asked to make a written and financial report. AU members are asked to please resume their pledges. Visitors are always welcome to worship with us. Mrs. Lillie Knowles is con fined to st. Joseph Room 724--Ext. 3724. Let us pray for all our 11ick and shutins. Mr. Jimmie Lee Williams, a cousin of Mrs. Brown, was among the visitors in the morning serv ice. We were upliftewn accom panied choir No. 2 to New Mt. Zion Baptist Church Sunday afternoon to the No. 2 choir union, which th.ey enjoyed very much. Greater Morning Star Rev. R .A. Crenshaw pastor Min. Hattie. M. Mitchell, rept. S. S. began at 9:30 with the asst. supt., Mr. Carl Va!Jce in charge. The pastor reviewed the lesson. Morning worship followed at 11 w ith Dea Horace Scrivens and Dea. Ira Sli.effield in charge of devotion. The No. 1 choir and ushers served.. The pastor delivered a powerful :rermon We had three joiners. Evening service began at 8 with the 88llle order of service being conducted. Another fine ,sermon wu d elivered by the pas: tor. Holy communion was served. "At 7 the went to Safety Harbor to worship at St. Jamea P. B. Church of which Rev. J. N. Collins Is pastor. They closed out the church and pastor's anniversary. Let us remember the sick and shutins. Visitors are always welcome. ROBERTS MIRACLE REVIVAL This week OILY in Largo al Monaiag Star Aaditori11111 7:30 lligldJr. Broallcasl Daily 6 LID. oa WWU 1340 a llae dial. Saday 8-8:30 a.JD.. Lakelad FIIAICIAL BL&UIIfliS DAVID FORWARD F-aL-Bohe 3411 E. Frierson -Tampa cuacr rls "I was injured in my back 21h years ago. The doctor said I woull! MRS. OLLIE RUTLEDGE MR. EMANUEL IIDLMES have to live with the pain for %60% 38th Ave. -Tampa "I was faced with a financial the rest of my life; I could not "I was in serious financial dilemma. I came to Father Robbend my back or work at all. I trouble and went to see Father erts for prayer He gave me the went to see Father Roberts last Roberts in Tampa. He b lesse d me Holy oil for success and within week, he gave me a few dr{! with prayer and anointed me 48 hours I was blessed with of Holy Oil to anoint my back. with the Holy Oil for success. : And instantly I was healed. I've On the second day I r ec eived PRIVATE APPOINTMENT been examined 3 times since. My a financial blessing and on that IN LARGO 4-7 P.M. doctor cannot Wlderstand lt, so night I paid $ .20 tithes." 2054 119th St. Ph. 584-1429 be re'eased me to go to work"


Fla. Sea tiaei-Bulletia Pul.lished nery Tuea. u.d Frf Get Both Eclit!oas PACE ELEVEM PUIT CITY 11181 By WINNIE KAYE THOMAS Here again is another Boss, non-conceited, goodlooking dude from the Super together class of 1973. Senior superlative: Charming, boss, together, :fly, handsome, Sl> full of love and niee, are only quite a few of the sweet and innocent things about this week's grooviest senior. He is the love able Howard from the soulful house of Weems. Howard Britt Weems Jr. is the proud son of Mr. arid Mrs. Howard Weems Sr. of 111 South Maryland Ave nue. On Sundays Howard attends Allen Chapel A.M .E. Church where he is a faithful member. Like at school or around the P.C. area Howard, widely known as "MR. ESQUIRE," can be re!lched by dialing 752-5481, that is if he isn't jamming the goala at basketball practice. While rapping with Mr. Esquire he told me some of hia hobbies .such as, running track, basketball and grooving to soine sounds like ''Could it be I'm Falling in Love." Mostly Howard listens to Stevie W on4er, or Harold Mel vin and the Blue Notes. When Howard isn't with his tights, Ron Lewis, Myron Knighten, Kenny Walker, or Tony Mathis, he will probably be stuffing his mouth with some of his favorite meat, which is pork chops. At school Howard styles in hil 1 auper bad threads, and greets everyone with a welcoming smile, he is also a member of the varsity basketball team, senior su perlative, and the lettermen' club. After graduation Mr. Esquire plans to attend college and extend his studies in a clean environment. Congratulations to you Howard from your friends from the clau of "1973." Congratulations: We the en tire student bod,y at PCCHS would like to extend our appre ciation to Mi911 Anita R. Harvey, who was recently crowned "Mis15 CIANBEILAIH lllill By CARMEN BROWN And SANDRA LENNON COUPLE OF THE WEEK Chosen as Coup1e of the Week for this week are Renee Range and James Johnson. Renee is the sweet, but intelligent daughter ol Mrs. Adela Range and she re-. sides at 2606 26th Avenue. Renee is a member of the marching. band and she is also a member of Rood Temple of which she is a member of tbe choir. She lists her favorite as, female and mare singers, Aretha Franklin and Al Green; group, The Stylistics; records, I'm stone In Love With You and You Ought To Be With Me; main man, James Jobnsan; and friends, Leonard, Valencia, Sammy, Marian, Vanessa, and more. Renee says that her motto is to "Be Yourself, Not Someone Else." Our other half of this togetlrer couple is none other than James Johnson. J. J. as he is known by many of his tights is the proud son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis John BOD, and he resides at 3605 E. Ellicott. James was a member of the varsity football team, a member of the No. 1 basketball team, and a future member of the track team. Jamea lists his favorites as: male singers, Al GreP,n and Curtis Mayfield; group, Chilites; album, Super Fly; tights, Ronnie 1/Iaura, Leonard Newson, Ossie Hendrix, and May Parker: and girl, Renee Range. James says that hia main goal in life is to become a pro football player. Coogratulatiooa are extended to both Renee and James for being chosen as the Couple of the Week. That is it for this week and remember, sta,. sweet, stay cool, but remember to always stay too gether. Reign 'N Sbine. Thought for Today: What Ia Education, without Faith? WANTED: Young mea willa Jaior College hackgrouacl To lraia fer Sapervisory Posilioas COOD PAY WilLE LEABIIIfG Beactr As Sooa As Traiaiag Is Over .---COIITACT AGEICY DIBECTOB Central Life lnsuranc:e Company Of Florida 1401 W. BOULEVARD lAMPl, .FLORIDA TIMP4. BAY TECH By CARRIE CAUSEY A1ld ETHEL FULTON Big Time Senior-As I cruised around the campus th other week, I was searching for a Senior that is most .Popular at the Tech. She resides at 2813 Valentine Court with her mother Mrs. Jackie Walker. She is black, bold, well-liked and most of all together. While I was rapping to her she laid a few strong lines on me such as her favorites, food: CQilard : greelUI and fried chickeh; Jam: .Be For Real; Hobbies: just taking life easy around the campus. When not alone she can bj! seen jiving with her tights: Francine T., Roberta 8., Rhonda G., Sam G., Carolyn B., Norrfs D., Jackie H., Rhonda F., Ronnie V., Carrie C., Carlton M., Linda S., James B., Gloria G., and many more jiving Brothers and Sisters. Last but not least her main dude is no other than our together Senior Broth er, Mike Williams. You've prob ably already guessed who it is by now, but l'm -going to tell you anyway ahe is none other than our Big Time Senior Ethel Louise Fulton. Congratulations Ethel for be .ing chosen Big Time Senior. Titans! Rap-Well! Second Semester has begun and now is tlie time for all you jiving Sen tors, Juniors, and Sophomores to really get down to business. Get well wish-Get well wish is extended to Lorraine Ragins, we all want you to m a k e a speedy recovery and get back to school 'cause we misa you. Top 3 1. The world is a ghetto 2. Today I started loving you a ,gain 3. Could it be I'm falling in love with you. Poll Of Sentinel Bulletin WEEK'S TOP 10 RECORDS 1. SUperstition Stevie Wonder 2. Love Jones :Brighter Side of Darkness 3. The World Is A Ghetto-War 4. Superfly Curtis Mayfield 5., Trouble Man Marvin Gaye 6. Why Can't We Live Together Timmy Thomas 7. Harry Hippie Bobby Wo mack and Peace 8. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love Spinners 9. Me and Mrs .Jones Billy Paul 10. Daddy's Home -Jermaine Jackson 11. Trying To Live My Life Otis Clay 12. You've Got To Take You Want It) The Man ,redient 13. I'll Be Your Shelter-Luther Ingram 14. You Ought To Be With Me -Al 15. I Miss You Baby Millie Jackson 1&. Breaking Up Somebody' HOme Albert King ).7. I Never Found A Man -Esther Phillips 18. I Got A Bag Of My Own James Brown 19. Trouble In My Home Joe Simon 20. Wish That I Could Talk TG ou Sylvers 21. Love Train O'Jays 22. Keeper Of The Caatlt The Four Tops 23. Oh No, Not My Babf Merry Clayton 24. The Message .....:. Cymande 25. (Don't Leave Me) Starvin' r Your IM Bo1Jacl, Do&W and 1!onan4 BOBIBSON HIGH .. By MARCIAL TURNER What s happenihg souls'? I' in' back again with some together news from the Knights villa, STUDENT IN SPOTLIGHT Fat, fine and foxy a1ao nice, describes our Student in Spotlight. She resides at 1718 Nuccio Parkway No. C with ber motber, Mrs. Pinkie Shedrick. While rapping with her I find her favorites are: bobby, sewing; record, Can I; singer, AI Her friends are Yolanda A., Eartha B., Sybil 14., Deborah W., yours t1J11y. and. many more. Our student in, spott liglit is n



PAGE FOURTEEN Fla. SeatiDei-BuUetin Published twery Tue.. ud Fd Cet Both Editiona Tueaday, February S, t-973 President Johnson Was Sensitive To Plight Of BlcKks By VERNON JARRETT ica knew that Senate Majority and most far reaching ; civil rights Leader Johnson had given h i s act in history became the law of CHICAGO. Many a black civil name to racist Southern the land. rights advocate wan t ed President manifesto which denounced and '!ben came the monl1mental Lyndon B. Johnson to end the defied the United States Supreme Voting Rights Act of 1965. On Viet Nam war for historical as Court's 1954 decision against Aug. 6 of that year President well as humane reasons "separate bt."'t equal" public ed Johnson signed a bill which wiped 'lbat insane unnecessary, inhuucation. out most of the voting restric-man, genoc i dal war was Johnson's When he sooceeded the assassitions that had barred blacks from Achilles heel they felt. lit was nated President Kennedy on Nov. the polls in the South sinee the sure t o blue the long-range image 22 1963, the black population still era of Jim Crow began in the of a man that many blaclts 1ooknursed its apprehensions. Would 1890s. ed Upoll as greater than Abraham the new President-known in some On Aug. 30, 1967, President Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, quarters as purely a political aniJohnson committed what the Harry S. Truman, and John F. mal-skillfully abandon the tone catechism of racism catal()ged as Kennedy in the area of domes-tic and the promise of the Kennedy one of the most unthinkable acts. rights. administration? He appointed a black mim, a forWhen Johnson was sworn In as In short order this southerner mer NAACPlawyer, Thurgood Vice President under President proved publicly what he had inMarshall, to the bench of the U. Kennedy in 1961 there was no formeq several black acquaintan-S. Supreme Court. jubilation in the .ghettoes of -Amerces privately-that he understood The Civil Rights Act of 1988, fca. He automatically aroused the and was more sensitive to the which was signed on Aug. 11, usual suspicions that blacks hold black man s pligh t than most seven days after the assissination for the average established Dixie northerners. of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. politician. On July 2 1964, with Johnson's also became law under President Every informed persoo in Ameractive leadership the strongest Johnsoo's leadership. __ .:.._ ___ ...:.... ....... While the adversaries of civil AN APPRAISAL OF .PR-ESID!ENT rights organizations attached two provisions aimed at interstate .. "agitators," that law was the L YNDO N BAINES JOH-NSON ooldest stroke yet against Jim Crow housing lt also broadened the rights of American Indians in their use of the courts and in confrontations with all levels of government. Did Johnson have his heart in what he was doing?-Or was he simply an aware opportuni$t rid ing the currents of the time? His white racist and black militant critics said he was all that and nothing more. Meanwhile his new and old friends point to his cqurage in one of the most l'acial1y violent periods in modern history. He could have got ten away with mild sup port of civil rights without making those speeches of commit ment, they argue, as he did at the predominantly black Howard Uniyersity in Washington, D C. And he certainly could h a v e avoided his "we shall overcome" speech, knowipg lfull well the presumed feelings of the white public. I believe that Johnson the poli tiCian was an opportunist. Bt."t I also believe that he was for real. What has been ignored is the real ity of human logi c as well as the conscience. There are thousands of south ern whites who never s aw the "logic" of racism-including seg regation-and in many small ways tried to oceassionally follow the dictates of what they knew was just and right But the law, custom, and t he tkreat of ostra cism and violence always stood in the way-unless you were pow erful enough to take a stand and survive. I can recall St.;>reme C o u r t justices, federal judges, a senator or two, and lesser public officials who tho steeped in southern folk ways, have defied tradition on the race issue. Most were individuals whose stat ions in life were rela tively secure. Johnson and o t hers like him could tell us something that many blacks and whites seem to over look.It is that racism is so man made, so unnatural, that the most indoctrinated i ndividual may rise aoove it when given a chance to survive. BY EDWARD D. DAVIS President, Central Life Insurance Company "The Grim Reaper" quietly separated from us on January 22, 1873 one of the Black communi ty's' best fr i end--Lyndon Baines Johnson, the 3\)th President of these United States THESE RIGHTS," one of the ses sions President Johnsori unexpect edly and t."llaJmounced appeared before t he Conference to their de light, and introduced the then U. S. Solicitor Genearl, Thurgood Marshall, who at that time was being groomed by -the. Presiden t for a seat on the SUpreme Court. uUokk Mr. Johnson was a southerner, oorn and reared in the vast state of Texas However, during his tenure as President, he did more to advance equal rights social justice and to insure their legal implementation than all of t h e Presidents who preceeded him, w ith the probable .exception of Abraham Lincoln It was in 1957 that Senator Johnson, as maJority leader in the U S Senate, parted com pany with his southern senatorial colleagues, and directed the pass age of the first Civil Rights legis lation in Congress for almost a centUry. In 1964 and 1965, his first and second year in the White House, the most sweeping and meaning ful Civil Rights legislation was inacted through his insistence and determination. It was in 1965 that he was equated wi:th Abraham Lincoln for his decisive stands on these Civil Rights Bills. Lyndon Baines Johnson was in fact a President i.n whom all mi norities, the poor, the Blaoks, the ill-housed, the "have nots"-all felt they were inc 1 uded when he addressed the nation as "Fellow Americans." President Johnson's interest in equality did not cease in his leav ing the White House. Recently in a symposium held in his library in Austin, he participated .active ly and vigorously in the discuss ions centering around methods of implementing Civil Rights legisla tions already passed. He st."ggest ed going directly to the White House with constructive sugges tions President Johnson had the rep utation of being loyal to his friends In 1966, this writer was privileged to attend the White House Conference "TO FULFILL It was re. ported this week that one of his last Washington phone calls was made to the leaders of the Democratic Party in the House of Representatives, -the for mer President told them in this call that he w Q u 1 d like to see RepresentJltive Barbara Jor don ( a fellow Texan his own Po litical Protege, and the first black woman to be sent to Washington from Texas since the reconstruc tion period) ;-riamed t9 the pow erful House Judiciary Committee. Mrs Jordon is now a member of this powerful committee. Not only could he twist arms, he was also loyal to his friendS A fitting summary of President Johnson's philosophy can be found in h i s "We Shall Overcome" speech in i965 in which he stated: "I want to be the President who helped to end hatred among his fellow men, and who tried to pro mote love among the pepole of all races." The Black community Is indeed appreciative of President John son's great to the American dream of equality and brotherhood. TEACH ABROAD! Overseas employment oppor tunities are available for Blacll educators and school Du.rses. Send lDqulrles tor HQDA (DAP.CPC-BT) Penlagon, Bm 11658 Washington, D. C. 20310 IOTIE OF AN:NUAL IEETIIG_ OF STOCKHOLDERS OF PYBAJDD HOTEL UD IIVESTMEifT COMPANY The amiual meeting of the stockholders of .the Pyramid Hotel and Investment Company will be held in the lobby of Pyramid Hotel, 1028 Central Avenue, Tampa, Florida at 5:00 P. M. on Monday, February 19, 1973 1. 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I'ACE SIXTEEN TueMiay, Fd,ruary e, 1973 SiNGER JOHNNY NASH RECEIVES GOLD RECORD ON 'SOUL TRAIN' NEW YORK Epic recording star Johany Naah (center) re Trai!l." Presenting linger wltll award are Don Cornelius (left), host eelves gold record for selling over 1,1100,000 copies of ''I Can See of tbe program; and Logan Westbrooks, dlrector of tpeclal markets Cieariy Now," at recent--taping of popular television tbow, "Soul for Columbia Records. Interdenominational Ushers The Interdenominational State Ushers is sponsoring a Musical Extravaganza Scholarship Fund at St. John MB Church, 3401 25th Ave., Tampa, Thursday, Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. Churches representing St. Pet ersburg are as follows: Mt. Zion Progressive MB, Mt. Zion Chris, tian, St Maz:k MB, Friendship MB, Pleasant Grove MB, Greater Grand Central MB, Mt. Zion Primitive B, Mt. Zion AME, and First Mt. Zion MB Church. St. John Primitive Baptist Church will represent Clearwater. Churches representing Tampa are: Greater Mt. Moriah Priini. tive Baptist, Mt. Pleasant MB, First Baptist W Tampa, Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist, Friendly MB, United MB, Tyer Temple and St John MB Church. Tbe publie is invited. Mr. L W. Maddox is president. Mrs. Annie Randolph is reporter. New Salem Choir No. 2 Mr1. Christine Sloan, Pres. Mrs. Viola small, Rept. New Salem Choir No. 2 will not have rehearsal on Thursday night But instead will go with the pastor to render service at St John MB Church on 34th St. Busiest Black Beauty the world-mostly courtesy of the United States Air Force. Her father, an Air Force Sergeant, is a devoted family man and took ibis family wherever he was sta tioned. Our Servicemen I The initials P.G. could, and do, lland for pretty girl, perfectly fOrgeous, positively good and Pam Gr-ier. Take your pick. Pam fits all of these designations, plus a few more. She is also just about the busiest actress in Hollywood. Currently working as the star of American International Pictures' action drama, "Coffy." she will lOOn be seen In another AlP re lease, "aJar;k_ .. Mama, White Ma, Ita," in which she shares co-star with Margaret Markov Movie-goers will also be treated to another view of Pam in "Hit Man," where she shares co-star status with Bernie Casey. When her chores on "Coffy" are fin ished, she has several offers waiting in the wings. The one of these that intrigues her the -most is to make a movie in Spain. She loves to travel. The loye of travel f : s probably seconq .nature to the tall, svelte beauty because, from her earliest years, she has been go1ng all over Born Pamela Suzette Grier, In Winston-Salem, N. C., she was relocated just a few weeks after her birth to : Denver, Colo. The family was then moved to Swin don, England-just west of Lon \ion and by the time, five years later, when the family was moved to Travis Air Force Base, Pam had acquired a delightful Cockney accent. Finally the Griers 1'1:1 turned to Denver, where her father retired from service. They lived in a pretty rough neighbor hood, about which slre reminisces. "The girls in my school would tease me about my 'funny' accent ancr chase me home almost every day. They never caught me though." This isn't so unusual when you consider that Pam-like her fam ous cousin Rosey Grier-has al ways been athletically minded and by the time she reached high school was running track for the Women's A. A. U. PATTERSON SAN ANTONIO-Airman John H. Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Patterson of 2823 Llppia Road, Jacksonville, Fla., has. been assigned to Chanute AFB, Ill., af ter completing Air Force basic training. Tomboy, as she was, Pam The airman bas been assigned never neglected the other facets to the Technical Training Center of her developing character. Sheat Chanute for specialzed train sang with a gospel choir which ing in the aircraft equipment appeared on television every Sm1maintenance field day, was president of the drama Airman Patterson Is a 197% society in her school and was a : graduate of William M. Raines member of the team: High School. She also maintained an excellent grade level and entered Metro politan State Cotlege with the in tention of becoming a doctor. However, the siren call of Holly wood was ever present and becaine irresistible when she wori first runner-up and all the talent categories in the Miss ColoradO' Universe Beauty Pageant. An agent approached her and the die was c ast, Pam came to Hollywood where, according to her, 'I began to !love !the smo,i, cheap ham burgers, temporary office jobs and the unemployment line." \ CABBERA If Pam is in love with Holly wood, then conversely, Hollywood is in love with her. The love af fair began when she started as a switchbOard operator at American International and grew through SAN ANTONIO Airman Ar her first bit role in "Beyond the turo R. Cabbera Jr., son of Arturo Valley of the Dolls." On stage it Cabbera of Zolfo Springs, b a 1 was "Blues for Mr. Charlie," by been assigned to Chanute AFB, James Baldwin and "Carnival Ill., after completing Air Force Island" with the Ebony Showcase. basic training. There were also background vo The airman has been assigned cals for her cousin Rosey Grier, to t he Technical Training Center Bobby Womack, Lou Rawls and at Chanute for specialized train commercials. Her first leading ing in the aircraft equipment role was in "The Big Doll House" field, where she al5o sang the theme. Airman Cabbera ls a 1972 grad Now starring in three pictures of Hardee County High almost simultaneously, ft would School, Wauchula. nls wife, 'Mary, appear that the love affair 1$ Is the daughter of. Mr._ and Mrs. getting stronger. ''Willie .Sahuar of Zolfo Springs / RICH SAN ANTONIO-Airman Aaron D. Rich, nephew of Samuel S. and Da M. Sti>kes of Rt. I Brooksville, bas been assigned to !March AFB, Calif., after complet lng Air Force basic training The airman has been assigned to a unit of the Strategic Air Command for further training and duty In the transportation field. Airman Rich is a 1971 gradaate of Hernando High School. HAB&ISON Sl\N ANTONIO Airman Billy I. Harrison, 5011 or Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Harrison of 3207 N. Cord, Tampa, has been aseigned t o Sheppard AFB, Tex., after com pleting Air Force ba&l!-J training. The airman bas been assigned to the Technical Training Center at Sheppard for speclallzed train lag In aircraft maintenance. At,man Harrison is a 1972 grad u ate of King Senior High School. Buy From Florida $entinel Advertisers


6, 1973 Fla. Sesatiaei-BaUet.in PuLtislted every Tues. and Fri. Both Editions PACE S EV;ENTEEN CLEARWATER NEWS A. D. ELLIS. "TRU'IRS TO LIVE BY" -Peiah fw E ...... Jft2..1'S "The troable with 1be WOlid is heart trollble. We bawe ablmdant evidence, whkh calls for oo .argument but does call rw awareoess, that the disorder and conuptioo and hostility aDd injustice in our world aituaticm spring from the Jn l:nJmu hearts. At tbe very oenter of mans being, .apart from the traasfonuatitm otf God'a saving work in Christ, there is llelfiwness. pride, covetousaess, envy, distrust, deceit, and impurity. Defiled passians of tbe human .spirit h11'9'e the polleRtial lor lost and violence and greed ad hlas phemy and rebe'llion. '1'here is tne potential foi-an maDDer otf wickedness and indeceacies aad bnl talities too sordid to CIJR'I;emplate. The world's heart trouble is moral and spiritua1. lt is anftsocial anti-God. The sooner the people of the :wmid moe t'lis, Ute the 1pl'GSpee't 1<71' e.erytrhere!' Tbe attendance at Saint iMattb. ew FirSt Baptist Cb'lll'c'h during Sunday .service atrested to the fact that there were those who get htmgq;'y .for Olr.iatiaD !e[lowsbip, and do thirst for Spirit ual sustenance. Choor NG. I :w:as at its best as it readered Iusti [ y hymns of praise. "This Is A Blind Gerrer.ation" was the text .as 'he spoke I:!Y the way. One disci,ple came to Christ during this service and was received with open hearts and minds. The Lord's Supper was admin lstered during the evening serVioe to those present. 1 Thanks to Mrs. Annie Ham-is f tbe Which tldomed the chweb tlodQ:. !be statiiODU'Y plata aJ'e merely few from ller sptdooa JaM wbiclt locks like m "OIIbloor hot houae," bearinc such an array of plants and shrubbery i.a Guadance. Agltin, p'leue our gracious thamks. :Mrs. OIWINATI()N VOWS SPOKEN A'T CIIUilCR OF '111 RECON CILEit. In an hnpreasive ceremony, Nmes. Elizabeth Simmons and Alice Han were as elders in the Church of the Reconciler, and the fo ll owing were ordained as deaoolfs of their church: Mrs. Deloris F1Uer, Mrs. Myme Hodges. Mrs. Alberta 'Watta, Charles Pom pey, c and Mr. and Mrs. Wiilie J {Christine) Moma, Rev. 'Thomas M. Johnston. pas. tor, from aPPN!Priate :pas sages of Scrj,pturea from the Old and Testaments as lle challenged the member. and in formed fi!em of 'their duties. Severa'! frienda oi the officera were preeent io Witness the ritel and to wish them well. Congratulations, my friends, and may God walk with '70U even mCII'e elotely now, as you en clenor tG .carry on his work more fuUy. Tbe Celestial Singers, a rela tively new gospel mng:ing aggeptian, motored to Avon Park last evening as gues ts on a pr.Qgram .sponiOred by the Trumpets of Each ,year the latter group sponsors a pr,ogram of Gospel music utUizing the various talents of the llampa Bay Area. 'l'lhie C!e1eStlal wre we'll nceival and enjoy.ed a musleDned nening. this THE MALE SHOP "-$12.00 $29.95 $3.50 To $650 We Have 11te -latest Styles In .s,.n Jackets Iii (Iff Slltb And Jet S et 2 Pc. Slacks OUB mLES IHCLUDE FLAmS ftiiUiS Siii!PIS .HI 11181 2319 E. BILLSBOIOUCII AVEIUE tEastliale Plaza) )(iss Rosa Freeman was the weelreDd guest of Mrs. Mary .Joyce Keit. :Mrs. Eva Lou Holt is doiDg fiDe ailter .llll accldeat. Tbe lick CJOIIIJDittee held their meeting at the bo:me of .Mr. and Urs. JesSie Walker. After tbe meeting a delicious dinner :was llrs. ADDie Mae Killard is preSideat. Mrs. Susan Bodglers passed in Jacbcla\1/iUe. She was a member of Lily 'MUte No. '71. lo!r. Joe Jo1mson is Sire 'Wli:S the sis'IK of the late Mrs. Janie Bn.mson. :Mr. Carl J'ames W&o is the Sl!llil. of :Mrs. Oeena James B:eelle is very siclt in Boebesller, N. Y. Mr. Ricl1ard Br1maBD was in a car wreck a ts new confine:d to West Orange Memorial Hos pital. H\! is a member of St. Paul AME Caurdl. Rev. L. L. Jefferson ftl tile past. Mrs. Lucy Rivers and ll.rs. Lucela Ber.cy .are.. .added to our. sick list. Mrs. Eva Lue Holt i s confined to Or-.e Me, mGiial Bos pital. Sbe is a of Bethlemen Church of which. Bl!v'. F .. E. WUcier is ,Pillltor. Mrs. MMssi Crae, reporter. Gespel Mis-. Prayer land DeM:OR LoDiie Simllloas. PreL 'Mn. Willie 'Belle Pi*ett, &ept. '!'be Miuion Band. will meet Wedmesday ev.e ning at 7 : ,30 et tae : home of .:Ur.&. !Marjooie Wright, 1513 liWD St. Let us all remember :the sick .and slwtins. Vi.si.Wr.s are welcome to warship with us. New Hope ClaOir llo. 2 Dea. Ira B. BY11ton. 'P!'es. Mrs. Doris C. MQere, l'el't. .(Jhoir No. 2 of New Hope Jr:IB Church, Rev. John Willis, pastor, wH! have rehearsal Thursday night at 8 p.m. The !president is everyone to be present a Dd on time. Remember to pms f-or and our 11ick aM. .shutina. Mt.liM Ollir 2 Eddie yres. Gwellttoly'ft C. BayeB, file N(). 2 Choil' of Nav Mt. Ziolll KB Chureh, .B.rev. B. J.. Jones, pastor will .:&av-e mdess Board .No. 1 served this 1DOIIth with tfn. Adelle Johnson and Sister Ger trude Byrd accompanyin.g the pastar to homes ef the $lick &lid shutins. MiH Crump Funeralized F110erti services for the late Miss Sally Crump were held Satw-.day at the First Bor.n Church of the Living God at s p .m. Miss :was a JJB7 graduate of Marsbll mgb. SChool and had served eJlljGyable years as a member df :the late GVbes en aft allab'll of Life -lliltne .UharmODy anil -hys Lu&y Nmn'lten 'For 'Plume :21UI8II8 o.en :BaQy a.Dl. fiB t p..:m. -Closet :&583 R. fLORIDA AVflfUE


PACE EIGHTEEN Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tuea. and Frf Get Both Editions Tuesday, February 6, 1973 Who Done It In Sports Q-What do you think will hap pen when and if George Foreman and Muhammad Ali get together? A-Frankly I think Ali will handle Foreman fairly easy. Muhammad Ali is no easy target like Joe Frazier. Q-How much money did each of the Miami Dolphins get fo1 winning the Super Bowl? Q-I think each of the Dolphins got $15,000 for winning the Super Bowl. Q-Are !lpeckled trout still in pot holes or on the A-I think you will find that speckled trout are s !ill in pot holes and swash channels. Q-Do you think UCLA will win the NCAA basketball championship again this year? A-I know UCLA will be hard to beat but nothing or nobody wins forever. Q-Where is Notre Dame Uni versity located? A-Notre Dame is located in South Bend, Indiana. Q-What year was it that Jesse Owens broke all the records in the Olympics? A-Jesse Owens did his thing in the Oly mpics in 1936. Q-Do you think drinking cof fee hurts the performance cf athletes? A-Personally I don't think drinking coffee hurts the per formance of athletes. Q-Is it true that Joe Louis was not a native of Detroit? A-Joe Louis was born in Ala bama. Q-What is Sugar Ray Robin son's real name? A-Sugar Ray Robinson's real name is Walker Smith. FACTS AND FIGURES Freddie Hires played basket ball at Carver Junior Hig h School. Then he went on to Middleton Higp School where he was on the clrampionship basket ball team of 1957. Hires also was a star on the team that al most won it all in 1958. Freddie was also a star end on the great football team that featured Davis. l),!J.pree and White Hires was a leader all the way and was calied King Yul becau3e he always wore a shaved bald head. Freddie then went to St Peters burg Jr. College where he was a star basketball player for 2 years. He then went to Montana State where he played Frea die then went into the Army where he became an officer He did three stints in Vietnam in combat. He did 10 years in the Army and is now retired. Freddie now works for the sheriff's de partment and can be seen at all big athletic events. Hats off to Freddie Hires one of Tampa's finest athletes. Heavyweight Contender Ron-Lyle Really Hits H.,rder Now RON LYLE NEW YORK They showed a movie featuring Ron Lyle this week that should be rated "X" for all his future oppoRents. It showed the !Denver knockout ar tist plant a right hand on Duane Bobick s chin and Bobick went dOwn in sections. "Of course, that was when Lyle was an amateur,", one of h ,is handlers explained. "He hits much harder now." Managers and trainers make it e habit to talk like that, but when you look at Lyle s undefeated 19bout record, with 17 you've just got to believe them. Lyle came to town to continue training for his 12-round battle with Jerry Quarry on Feb. 9 at the Garden. The 6-3 heavyweight reeked with He claimed a long time ago he prom ised himself he would be the world heavyweight champ and that Quarry is only a minor obstacle along the way. The natily-dressed heavywei:ght spoke freely of his days in the Colorado State Penitentiary where he served 71h years "because they said I shot a man in a gang fight." He told about a prison fight with another inmate that al most cost him his life. Twice the doctors said he was dead after taking a knife in the belly, but they plugged up a hole In an artery near his spine, poured 35 pints of blood into him, and saved his life. "I've made some rules for mylelf," Lyle told a group of press men. "I promised I would never lie to myself, never cheat my eelf and resolved that every day Is a test. There's no easy way tut. If I follow these rules I'll b6 -the heavyweight champion of the WQrld. I've been as far down as a man can be in life. I've f aced many obstacles. So far I've beaten them all. Jerry Quarry is my next obstacle." According to Lieut. Cliff Mat tax, a warden at the Color ado State Penitentiary and now a close friend of Lyle's, the big heavy weight could have been any kind of an athlete he \ wanted to be "Ron was my star on the pris on's baseball, basketball end foot ball teams. He played quarter back on the prison team and could kick field goals from 50 or 60 yards back." Mattax also revealed that Lyle was turned down on his first pa role appeal because h!l said he wanted to be a professional ath lete. Mattax claim an arrange ment had been worked out for Ron to get a shot with the Denver Broncos. In the meantime he kept bowling over guys in the prison ring and decided on a ring career when he was finally paroled. "This is no Mac Foster .fi ght for Quarry," claims Lyle. "I'm gQing to win." He was alluding to Foster's big build up a little more than a year ago when the Sacramento heavyweight who was also undefeated at the time, was stopped by Quarry. Mattax also announced that the 1,300 inmates at the Colorado prison will hear the fight on a special radio hookup. "They're all his friends," said Mattax. ''When he was le aving Denver Sunday they sent him a special good luck card to the airport and it meant a lot to Ron." After viewing Lyle's destruction of Bobiek and looking at h i s knockout record, one of the news men asked ; "Can you take a punch as well as you caJ} deliver one?" "I've got the will to win," an swered Ron. "When you have that then the pm1ches don't hurt After his talk session with the press Lyle moved into the Felt Forum for his first New York workout. Negro League Star Dies In St. Louis ST. LOUIS Funeral services were held Sunday for Charles "Zomp" Zomphier, former sceond baseman with the old St. Louis Stars of the Negro National PROS AWARDED PLAQUES BY FAMU QUARTERBACK CLUB -When the Westcoast FAMU Rattlers Ciub held San Diego Ch. argers; Rudy Sims, Tampa, Ottawa; its first annual banquet, were awarded to, Earle Edwards Tampa, San Francisco 49ers, and from left to right, Glen Edwards, St. Petersburg, Joe Sweet, Lakeland, Los Angeles Rams. Pittsburgh Steelers; Melvin Rogers, St. Petersburg, Colts Offered Oilers Bubba For 1st Pick BALTEMORE General Man ager Joe Thomas of the Balti more Colts admitted Wednesday that he tried to trade defen sive end Bubba Smih for ton's No. 1 draft pick, but criti cized Oilers' owner Bud Adams for revealing the offer. "11hat's very bad ethics," Thoma s said of the' published comments by Adams. "It dis turbs me, because something like that ca'n have a bad effect on a football team. "If every club started reveal ing :\vho was discussed in trades, there wouldn't be enough room in the papers to name all the players." Adams said he was offered Smith, a former All-Pro who sat out tJhe 1972 season following k.nee surg

Tueeday, February 8, 1973 Fla. Sentinel-Bulletin Published every Tuec. and Fn. Cet Both Editlont PACE NINETEEN Gibson: Older, Grumpier, -Rkher ST. LOUIS -Star righthandB'me in Omaha, aaid been-gi:umpi lately. thing is the time, between darts," said Gibson, who .. tbe workhorse ol the bardhi als' .. 'sta-with ranees in 1932. may be approaching a finish, however. He said his financial invest ments in an Omaha radio 1!-ta tion and as a board member of a bank being bunt in ibis home town will be a factor in detertffiining how many moo-e seasons he will pitch Gibson la:st season recovered from a 9-5 start to post -a l9-1i record, wliicli included an game strealk. His earned !run average ol 2.46 was his lowest sinee 1969. The two-time Cy Young ward winner, whose 228 career victoriea t op the ... majors' aeti.v pitchers, was reportedly base: o boring,'', he "When I 'W'a' s I used 'tO jump.. .up .and d(rvm all _the taking lJ!.field prac tice and all. I can't jump. up and down like that anirnore." Gibson ,' who has twice been injured seriously during his 14season major league career, hint;.; ed only slightly that his career 'ball' s highest-paid pitcher with a salary estimated at .160,000 until Tuesday. Former teammate Steve Carl ton signed a Pbiladelphia Phil l ies' contract for a reported SOUTHERN NIPS JACKSON STAT'E 91-90 IN FINAL SECOND By FRED HEARNS Southern SID -BATON ROUGE, La. Dan Harper came a long way to play basketball for Southern Univers ity, but the Los An geles native must have felt it was worth It Wednesday night when his 85-foot jump shot with one second left gave the Jaguars a 91-90 win over Jackson State College. The win gave Coach carl Stew art's Jags a -2-3 record in the Southwestern Athletic Conference and a l-3 overall mark going Into a clash in Itta Bena, Miss., Jan. 27 against Mississippi Valley State College Harper ; a 8-1 freshrnan>;teserve guard, had a fever and a tern perature of ; sliort and Frazier, and the crowd wasn't disap_Pointed. Short scored 27 polnts be fore he fouled out and Frazier got his 19 and five assists before he drew his fifth personal. $165,000 io the Cardinals' ace. Gibson said he signed his 1973 eontract afte rtillking : five utes in the phone and proposing his plans to Cards' General Manager Bing Deyine. "When he called me hack later in -the day he said 'okay,' and that was it," Gibson said. The Cardinals also :announced ihe signing of five other play. ers, including pitchers W a yne Granger, Ray Bate and S c ipio Spinks. Se cond Ted and rigbtfieldeiBernia Carbo were others ; ctemete ---1'11 Wax To Hall PITTSBURGH-A walt figure of the late baseball star Roberto Clemente will be presented to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N. Y the Pittsburgh Jaycees said Tuesday. The figure will be a duplicate of one on display at Three Rivers Sta dium, where Clemente played 18 seasons as a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates. GREYHOUND RACING NOWt::: 7th NIGHiLY EXCEPT SUNDAYS 8 P.M .. MATINEES, MON., WED., SAT.' 1:30 10 MIIIOIS MUST If 21 DINE AT DERBY ,CLUB DERBY LANE ST. PETERSBURG ._, _Surgeon General Has .Determined Cigarette smoking Is Dangerous toY our Health. 0 tl?la. J.UYNOLDITOIACCOco. 20 mg."tar",l4 mg. nicotine av. per Cigarette; FTC Repon AUG:72. SPORTANIC ; f. FLOODS a BETHEL THE GREATEST -OF EVENING Last Saturday night yours -tn:y a t tended one of the finest a f fairs ever put on by black people in Tampa. The Florida A&M University Westcoast Rattlers Quarterback Club presented its first annual Sports Awards Banquet and it was some kind of banquet. The thing got its -start when a iew Florida A&M graduates became concerned about the condition of The Florida A&M foot ball program All of us know that the Rattler football situation is not what it used to be. I thin:k all of w who keep up w it h football know why The Rattler football program has been on th& decline for the few years. Real good blue chip football players coming out tY of Tampa.' I will not dare to try and mate bow many people attended the aff air but I do know tllat there was hundred present Just about any black person that is anybody was there and at $10 per plate They said it eouldn't be done but 1 was there I can say I never had a more enjoyable evening. The whole thing was beautifully planned and ran as smooth as silk. TIE PEBSODEL Sumner Wilson was great as toastmaster and _he kept one m a hvmorous mood throughout the whole evenmg Mr. W1l son has what we call charisma and hunlility. He sort of grows on you with his funny sto r ies The guest speaker was monstrou& Earle Edwai-ds. We all know that Earle played h i gh school ball at Blake High School then wel)t on to Wichita Uni versity, He then played in the Canadian Leagues and now Is a s tar lineman for The San Francisco Forty Niners. I have known Earle since his high school days and I always knew he was a great foot. ball player but I never dreamed that he eould handle himself so well as a public speaker. Earle w as better than good and he was right down tO earth. What he said you could feel. Being suecess ful in a given profession seems to bring out the best of everything In a man. Nothing is more inspirational to an athlete than to be honored by his hometown folks The Wgh School Awarci went to J. c, Bozeman of Tampa Catholic. The award was pre sented by Coach !Billy Reed of Hillsborough High School. The Out. standing College Award went to Joseph Burnett of Florida A&M. The award was presented by Kelly Williams, principal at Plant City High SChool. Awards to professional in the area went to Leon McQuay of The ,Argonaut s whose home is in Tampa; Earle Edwar'dS o f The San Franci sco' Fo rt y Niners whose home is in Tampa ; Glen of The Pi t tsburgh S eelers whose home is in St Petersburg; Carlton Oat es of The Oakland Raide.-s home is in : Tampa; Lloyd Mumphord of The Miami Dolphins whose home is in Ta nipa; Rudy Sims of Ottawa whose home. is in Tampa; Joe Sweet of The Los IArtgeles Rams whose home is in Lakeland and Melvin Rogers of The San Diego Char:. gers wh9se home is In Tampa. To honor these fine young men who have made it in professional football was a wonderful gesture on the part of 'Ibe Westcoast Qu"'lrterback Club and no : group of Joung men were ever more deserving ; MY FDfEST BOOB l think one of the finest moments of my life was I was called to receive the awards for Lloyd Mumphord and Carlton Oat.t who were not present. I have never had a more thrilling and ex hillarating in my life than when J: accepted the awardJ for these two young men who had been praeti c ally like sons to me. I don't think it would be fair to mention this affair Without mentioning the names of the men who made it possible .. The members of the Westocast Rattlers Quarterback Club are aS follows! Forrest McKepnie (presilient), Clifford Baker, Dave Best.; A):>e Brown, James Campbell, Jerome Canty, Ollie Chatman Willie J. Clemons, Robert Cromwell, Sal Gaiter, D L. Goodrum Oscar Johnson, Bernard King, Randolph Kinsey, Willie Lai," kins, Monroe Mack, ltay Matthews, Arthur Mayes, Alfred N e ls o n, Howard Pierce, Herbert Simmons, Henry Stroud, Wilton Sweeti n g, James N. Taylor, Robert Thomas, Silas Wells, Bernie Epste in, Charels F.ord and Clarenee White. I am not a graduate of Florida A&M but if nnd when I can get together the $100 fee needed for joining I am going to become a member of The IWestcoast Rattler Quarterback Clu-13. We are all looking forward to next year's Westcoast Rattleri Quar terback Club's Banquet; QUICK QMPS Mr. and Mrs, Jimmy Smith were a beautiful couple at The West Coast Rattlers Quarterback Club. Jimmy is the basketball coach at. Plunt City High School. We should all be proud of Jimmy for be made it the hard way. Jimmy's wife Alice has. been a real wife to him and she stick through thick and thin So some dude named Stan Smith pole vaults over 18 ft. in doors. I have always said records are made to be can remember when all the world was agog-when Cornelius Warner dam vaulted 15 ft. They'll do 20. ft. next. Speculation now is wlfat will happen when George Foreman and Muhammad Ali meet. It is bound to happen and I will have to go with Aliuntil proven different. For some reason I can't go along with The Chamberlain Chiefs representing the area In The State basketball tournament. I'll go along with The Plant Panthers. I would like to apologize to Coach Jim Williams and party who went to a local night club after the banquet to hear me sing. l was late getting there and just missed them. I did sing and wish they had been there. Hot Pants and Mini Sklrts I am getting old Along with age come the cold. If you'll agree to keep me warm I'll be yoti'r Shelter In a Storm. Buy From Florida Sentinel Advertisers


PACE TWENTY Fla. .S.tiael.oBulletia Published .-very Tue&. Fd. Get .Botla Eclitloat BASKETBALL BANTER HAYWARD, Calif. Tlhds .eity l!Ol:lth m Oakland gave a hero's welcome to one ,of its beavywei,gbt champion Gemg,e F : oreman. each time he received a gift a p;la:fl'Ut\, bays dt:Ib windbreak-er, key to 11h e city, bW:l'c!lle a : c aT :nll!bions and an honoral'W :mem bersihip in ilia oo-. .Qllite often 1 hear .arpmeBta abcilat who was ithe peatJest baslaetn..Wl player between Bi1rl Rus. sen, Wi'lt Chambe'l"l!rin 'lll'ld '!Jew Alcinder. I think the argumemt11 are somewhat silly for you detely di;Jlferent }9laY'tl'l"s 1ml\l they 1100 great in tbek own xiig\ht. 'l!'bePe is no 'er tlle matter. hut a ..Municipal .C. aur.t said be asked tftllt the c.ase be cantinued, : Since .be may be out of town then. :OOieens iHar.old am.d J.ack li0lc0mb .said they .sa.w tile t ilqg, a Chihuailua, i11UnniQg an .the .Btmeet last iWeek, and they ohase d .it down and wrote a ticket for :Mr.s. Florine Odom. Cady and HolComb said Odom ''interfered" while they were writ iug dlbe ( citation !fer tthe $ll Clbey W!ltdte ; a cltatilm the pcher with iDilmemng 8111 -the ohar.ge oulQI!ls," 1 rurd said, "'The C.hi1ilualma belongs it a .my sister. ;not DIY mmher: Ewtertaimnettt Stars hGal'l.umey NlASSAU TV Comedy Star lllhngd!ng s.ta!r .ieee Williams and Harlem Globetrot ter star Fveddie Parsons are a mong the entries in the Bondu's Bon-Adventure Eastern Airlines GGm au parts .of the u.s.. w.ar!ia:us Baba'ma Islands, the Virgin Is lands and Bermuda, lhap.im!,!g to capture some of the many tro phies and fun awards in this :9.0 hole shot-gun tourney which in. an lf eart -e8'cffl ad .traniJ!l lifrtati0'n 1ta and from !1lme 'ClJtll'Se, dUly. Laker.a to a championship. With .out a doubt Wilt :Cha:mberlain has been one of the all around basketball J')layers in the histary tedly the stromgest man to ev:er phly the .game. lRw .Mcinder is }!lrobab'ly ihe mest p&lished of the llhree. !flor sucb a man Alcinder is amazing when it comes t o -agrl:i:ty, grac. e and poise. Mcinder can io it 1iU. He can score. 'He can do :a creditable jo'b on defense and he ls .a 4f0Qd r.ebourra-er l n .essence Lew .Alcmder has 'the :rnGSt !finesse 'fif all itlle 't hree. Now I must say that Chamber lain haa been one of the greatest scorers in the history of the game. Lew Mcinder has the mast finesse o'f any big man that ever played the game. Yet I wo uld take Bill Russell if I had to pfck from the three. I would take Russe!Jl 'because o'f one thing .other t 'han 1tbiiity on the court, ?Russell i s a leader beyond com pare A'bilit_y J.s a necessity but l eactersh\p is a guality :that doesn' t r ome Wi't'h every :one. BiH R'llSsetl ndt er, lhe i')romised ta sc'ho0>1, PJay;gu"wnd ami ytro'!ih 'Chl'b lin lflhe dty iin the tler!t 'Week a>l'ld ciflk emmp i n ,potent !rl:glht 'hand. 'Then escorted 'by poiicemen, Foreman lef t :fue .ste,ps :and tnrnea 'into a a'l:ley. Tie turned and '\b.1 s way, gtent. 'ehrough a maze 'Of ,Youngst ,ers, mto the hlll.'lding. OFFER BIDS SATURDAY NIGHJj BEll, EID : S .. -. 11&1111..-.nPI ALL AT SPECIAL BAVINOBIIGWI AMERJCAN COMPACTS: 6.95x14 7.35x14 MEDIUII SIZE CARS: G78-15 (B.25x15) LARGER CARS: H78-15 (8:55X'15) IP. Ius lfie:a. iX;.1T!Iumil lReeiWra'ble Add im msao:sr: Barracuda, l'tcon, 01-evelle. rrg FITS MOST: MeN:mi\Y MS>nte.so. l.Po1alis, & FfJSMOST:: Fh:md, lOh:ew.w 11: ROADmFPiltl!I'.G inREIA:TI> JESlG!N QjtJR ''P.O.WEf.l 'OOS!iii:Oim' "Bl iVI.'S illl'IES 4ma. I8Ea Hill IF i!e'gtltai.!v 'I :lor fijliB:O, :N.ow Buy 4 ffor $'11' JB5 'fo u iSave '$15. 9 5 :fun't. :O.ff:eands :sat. n-._._ 1 ------1 i 1 f !Utrdht:&'ellecl im.ta.1llJJbn:alJ.:-e1JJm\i.lll:gS ra\i 4 "'V'W'Is, :O'IB.l t s a [!dmln.el. JAlieelrcyJ.t. :$B ill 0 il!llo-':li>1\1Uil'B ltmme! $BlDG ;grease rl!'e-a1Is ilfa. !ClaSt. :Pmmlts Ntw00njmaer A iiu$4:for8 h Air--Cladiitien:eiil SEE niE PRO'S AT THESE GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES lOW AT YOBR IEABBI GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES TAMPA East gate '5202 N. Z!nd ST. TAMPA Hillsboro Plaza 2901 W Hlllsborou gh PHONE 877 Open Daily 8 :30 to 5 :30 1 .:Aqul se habla Espanol PHONE 237"3361 1 Open Dally 8:30 to 5:30 TAMPA Temple Terrace 9240 N. 56th ST. PHONE 988 Open B:SO to 5:10 TAMPA North Gale 9222 FLORIDA AVE PHONE 932-61&6 Open DaU1 &:30 to $:.30 TAM:PA ACBGSS FROM Blillaa Plua I 3813 S. t ili.IE NIABRI' PHONE 831-1891 Dally 8:30 to I P.M. ,Sat, B A.M. to :1:11 TAMPA TAMPA ,Downtown ACROSS FROM Mor,gan .&; Twiggs :Sts. Wut ShoN Plaza P, B(i)NE 2!9..0821 500! w. Kennedy Blvd. Open 7:30 to 5:30 PHONE 877-6701 Sat. '7:30 &o 1 P. M. 'C!)pen Dally fl :30 to 1:30 Aqui ;se babla E11panol A.qnl 88 habla EspanOI


Yours t:rul'y receive d a f e.tter from Mr. Robert Walker, owner of' tihe> Leonardi'S' .Drive Inn-Tav ern over on Columbus Drive.. Tha l e.tte-r tha.t. "the :i:Jamo.rm;a tion given cqncerning the inc:i,-. dent. of name-calling was total'fy in:eorrect." However, it went on ta say that it was-"witnessed by approrim&!* 2.0, peQple.'' Walker went. t;m.: t0-say 1!lrat "the tiime d the :im:ldent," which neve you will firrd tlila11 l n.u employees were in'lllolv;ed This might h Ne:vertliel'ess-. the. bklck OJSt0Iller sbmrl'd' ha:-re b.e.en g;i;v.en the same resp-eet mm> }'011', as the owner, as WGulld h-av-e. exp.etedi iii ;you had be .en in a. black-owned bar and wu insWilled ]),y a. bfuck And. aS' far as you advising y,o11rs. truliyr to. "Never burn dbWIIl bridges. behind y0u," rflhere are soma brid&es tbt. ne:e:d burning down. As a matter of :llact, they should have never been allowed to be constructed It is time that the black canraumer stop and take a loa:lr aJ.Te.UiiNI Jma,.. ft, ia time 1ih1i. eale'.& and everyone of us realize t h :fact that there are businesses i'n o:ur area. tha.t. a:re ta.king out. the. ilack doollu hut. ue. pu!t:i:Ja&" anythi:Jie' ildl: a1o tae bliack community. As Jaa Jackson aaid, "We got tC) entrol our economy." We han act: to Ralli!m ami understand that we can't-IJ01 tD banks-lllld! 'bon-EIW like our white brothers can. And llroth:ft"; tal is nothii!C fmt a tfam'ft bunch of-ism. We sll:ould be. fighting to and keep capital! in the black 1 wolif.t liiie to see stores tha. t do business in the blac ]( pvt t!leir savings deposits, m black banks. lJ would like. fo i' tliem to be inswred by b iLaArk CQ'D'llpanies. We should be fighting to see more blak products on the shelves. Yours tN1y; is not speaking :ft om a point o-f view. All I am asking is that they do Aatl Missers Llill Hitters Bowlat' 7 11 Stores .. .. J % 55 -25 Pin Bmaallers ., 2 I 52 -28 ThibCMieav. Cw.p. ll Z .&9 Ra:miltoa. loa. Ag. 0 .Slh-3ill,i Magnificent: t ., I J 4G.lh-36lh Port Tampa :Bar t 1 18 -42 8uper Test. .. l! I II -44 1iea: m I ......... 1 t n -ff' A AM CO : .. .. .. 1 1 J5 -55 Mitchell Cleaners 0 25 -55 Ladies Hip GliUie-: Hattie An drews 219, Carolyn Nix 189, Car rie Ve.rriett 179:, Pansie 173. Ladies Biib Series: Hattie An drews 544. .Pansie. Starks 479, arolyn Nill 443. MeD'S> High Game: Wll-Jl.ams 267, Samuei Smith 203, An C hony Lovett 2001. Men's Hilcb Series: IM!nie Wil Jl.ams 536,. AJfthooy I.AmlU 609, Walter Jomso 506. St. Matdlew Baptist Rev. C. J. Lone, pastor Mrs. Manije L. Brooks, rept. S. S. be&"im. at 9:30 with the 1upt., l[)ea, :Ru!ua Jone11 in eharge. 11eryice at 11 S h lpp in charge of de; votlon. B'TV wall' endueted at S: with Ms. G. '. Clay in Eve:fol lowed at 61 with lle.a.. Hough in ef devotion. ,(.': the same things in the. ola..:k co mmlll!it.y that. do. in the white community. We. sho.u:W he. fi&hifulg to em ploy black construction firms b u hll!l &U l!ea iJn black. .u-eas, ud bl&co:k. m.edia sb.o,uJ.d b.e. used. to advertis. e the firms' product-:!. Fn example: 2& :pelT" eent Olf th.e Pepsi-CoThl.. ao.M in are sold! in the gllet:t:O\. Til.it meims th>&t: tie alGM'Ie r'epresen1ill 1,4 of the total saTes. '111' Pepsii Cola in Chicago. Yours. trul:y :sincerely hopes that every comcerrred l'JFack JESS 1 JACRSOWS {)pera>tio!l' Breadi basket and Push operation. He il'taS' in erne'S'. We -should have, ehapte-n in at 30 ll. Rmt o,L the tbt h e is; tiafifn.c; out oc:f om-black neighbedo:oda;.. BeadbaslRt's latesit & iih.e giant dain and IFacific food stores. We know as A6-P. REv>. was: ltl'l'este'd l dill':brc sit-a at A&P OI:riee. art -.til:Jl. time -1ill.alt Gil ta AII:P an a &.1\w.ll: H'elll8'.. Tliliis: iai o ;we1r 1,100. s,tores b.eing by bl'acKs.. S'o Mr. Wal'Iter, a sma:H' 1iht a wouJldi beC't'JJIU :imm:lted bal. a w in. a. b1acla. ne-ighbe.Jt hood arul supported l'y i;>y Macks, when a white cus tomer cal/]ls lriim> a "'ni>f!:gel"."' Youms: builiy wouilid! )like t G we:l.'C.Qlrul tQ Tam.p.a,. F. Jones.. ShQ, is visiting us from Albany, Ga -and' is tPre srster of' the rovefy Mrs. Ella. They were all getitirmg it at 1!h B.aJr over 11lfe weekend. F tJiwse of you w-M ue ]il'iiainn.i.nc tti ali.ttend the-:funeraJ tlt.i.s. Wft'kemi H t will be. l'leld at the Paradise Bar. Big Ant bou ght a u.e.w pair e Tennis Shoes. and tille felJEOJW:t. a:re burning lib aldi Qliles.. 'lhe nmains will re-p;e.se in 1!l!!e AnJitiloll :room at the. Paradise Bar .Sa-1!.mday at 71 p.m. TIIAT" S MY CAS.E-SElli1 Y A LATER PE.LCHER, KINDSEY and> CP, l gues8 1 Youq TIIIJIFS EstaNsll Fi .. Dealig In w Merdtantlise' The Director flilr .Dlaek lle&tifid Bwtique,., me U.. Gill&Jcd G. RllbiimsJD. tile bWtih of Bradt Beau-. tiifull lme. A Tampa masaF. k ami mm, Beaummul: BeWiique, .E!w., a a ne-w line of that tbe Tampa Brack is imcleed 'starved'' fiDw SIJil> items. Boo.insan a.ekzw.wled&es its sde.r, tJIJ.e Lib, uatiel!l' M''RO l'iemse plate, wlnieh f.s UIWI lileeol'lllfu.g a fawliaar sidlt f:oJ twm. usimig tlile o t se:lf-he!P Dd re:-in v:estmellllr, Blaek: Beautiful Bel!lltfq)le., baa started i tsellf oWl,. .i:m 1lh.a!i vein. 'm) tmte. an. ite-ms in the Bl!m 1i.o.e were al!tist &ward P. lliei!L. a airtif:.!t has been joined' by Tampa"S' wt1'1Te Tyrone H0usty tO> eomplebl the c neati ve arts. di visiQD.. At present Bfaclt Beaufifui has. marketed ffu:ee. dls&cfive: lllgil, quality Afro license pl'afe>; bumperstir!p and m Mo mglitt mllectifim'. COne of the eutstJml:inc feaiwres of Miie. Blak Beautiful line. i& its oi colots. and can.ti.n.uity of : tlleme The auto strips and plates show sevnlill variations f!ll the: red bfaeiir ud green. liberatiim (to'lbJ:S. Whm asked ff tM Black commllrl'ify as a whol e umiierst .amd'lt tie mea11ing of the cof0lrs, Mr Robinson relates that many per sons did while some others did n0.t u..rever., tlhe: Bladt: Beaut flihlftatioo> the:me tiffed its f.ram. o Biaci' hmtory Jlig1:me lllarC118 Gave, who defm hS al'l:d WH1 eacn tBiwe to felt its l!llJaek .staiiNiis b hlile ooWr oJ! (!Q. raree d peen the oo!cr ot ll.t! IJaDd w W'bieh we have sbqg!N.. &arimr, tliris bisti!Q in miind. llhll JOOaau shiou:J!d .u wirtl1l. pmle tO! slwlr ills ellllon. .AMA;!Jett feabre 0t its slnriJp ud had Gf a li!ll!ack male lmd fielllia'let. sticlreu ts1rlile fad. hh:ali it is mae firmm amd may be ea.siJIJy{ reI111liPrec! E:om cal's &Idi tl!le. liiille and are wasfirable, Although miidl$ satisfied af tha suc .co:ess 0 :BiBB thus tar Robin son the pullllc, to visit the Biac.k. Beautiful b.QQth at tb.a FTh>rida State Fai.lt in T.am.pa, Febr.uarj lirlT. ".1'00 OOo.fh, fea.turi.o.g a. huge-lililera.tWn. .fiiag and African. mliiSic w.iilt be atterufed hy liilvel$ fadies afong 110itll. tfle. Black Be.aufifui staff.. All p.er!iilll& attemdj n g, will reeei've a me: a Ill i n g, E u 1 of. Bra.ck EreauMuli. Dlaitk. Beauti W CiWes nOO. plaa to stmJ11! ajt; j;cllt blare:e: iln!S;.. lil!ll .fact, a Vialrlecy CJi new PQJ!IIesrs wil!l' be om. sale ati. its fa.ill'" !n. aiildi.ti<>ll',, ol'l! tire Ehrawme boal!d:t are a second li.ee.ose illus trating a waving fiber ation flag, decTari'ng "Fry Me For trni'fy," liberatiim plfawing car&!d's atd!Jstituting B aek faC2S on tae canis for the uaua l' bmiiar wnes ; a greeting: can! !me; swea4!Slirts, Gil-inking etihri, with a libera tion flag as welt as other rughly desired merchandise. Amough based in Tampa, the tenades of the growing Black JIUuj!iful enterprise have reached Qllt; I'D st' PetreisJIMg, Lakeland, TaiJ:ahassee, Pensacola, Ft. Lau derdale, Miami Atlanta, Maco m r ... S L r_,. 1111 rantaslc uuscnpt101 : SPECIAL SUBSCJIIP'If IFFER FOR 80111 EirmiS IF YO& $ _10 Fer 1 Year $19 for 2 Years. $28 Fer 3 Years. The S&nti.nel will be mailed diret:ify to your doo1. af llemend&us savmgs. Sullftrihe 'foday and S'aVi&. USE IRDEI FORM r-;'IIE FLA. SEITIREL-BULLETDf f 0. Box 3313 r Tampa, Fleri.ta 33111 1 ::;e 0 o0o0 o0 0 0 0 o0 o0 0 0 o0 o0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o0 o0 I t .................... I ..... .... ....... ... ., I Zip Code 0 0 OFFEIS IELDWi I I MONEY ORDER FOR 1 TEAB I ENCLOSED IS MY CHECK OR MONEY ORDER FOR Z YEABS : m "uHI'i:n:Htll $It I ENCLOSED IS MY CHECK OR MONEY ORDER FOR S YEARS I -,.., ... ,:v ',


PACE TWENTY-TWO Fla. Sentinei-Bulletia PUl'blished every Tues. and Fri. Get Both EditlODs f : -f brothers-In-law: Bessie and remember. Tue&Ciay, February 6, 1973 E. Chelsea. f U N E -RA L N OT1c Es. :s. y;ur.;::. and husband, 1\-lr. WiiJ Sulllvan; 2 MEMORIAM sons: Mr. Freddie Sullivan, wife Mr. Ezekiel Black, Sr., 4206 E. Palifox. RAY WILLIAl\IS FUNERAL HOME HOWELL, M R. K. T. -Funeral services for Mr. K. T. Howell of 710 Humphrey St., who passed away in a local hospital, will be held at 1:00 P.l\-1. at Wilson Funeral Chapel with Rev. Louis J. Carr, officiating In terment will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Survivors are: wife, Mrs. Mary L. Howell; 2 daugh ters, Mrs. Alice M. Jackson and husband, Mr. Jim Jackson and Mrs. Mary M Henley atJd hus band, Mr. Henry Henley; 2 sons, Mr. Samuel T. Howell and wife, Mrs. Henrietta Howell and Mr. Curtis C. Howell and wife, Mrs. Delores :Howell; 20 grandchildren; mother, :Mrs. Lonnie llawen of Fcirt Walton F.Ja: ; 2 sis. ters, l\'lrs. Sallie Edwards of FOrt Walton Beach Jo'la., and Mrs. :RO&a Lee Maldr.On of Syracuse, .,: a Mr. John Brewer; a number of nieces neph. e w s and other sorr. awing relativ e s a b d frhillds. A native of Alabama,' Mr HoweH had resided here for a uuinl:ier of.' years. He w as a veteran oi World War n : The funeral cortege wth Ierro at ll05 Eskimo. THE REMAINS WILL NOT ME VIEWED, "A WILSON SERVICE" MARY JONES : ;_ In loving memory of our dear Mrs. Georgia 1\.lerritt who departed &hla life io TAMPA : -:Three Feb; years a _go, Febr, u.ary 6, 1963. _They 5, 1970 you passed 6ur mem say time heals all sorrow a n d orieri are still and our us to iorret but so love Is attn 'great, but we have far has oidy p.roveli how much aeClept that GOd ch&se you we all you, so much a face and He makes RO mistakes that we will Dever forget and Saclly missed by your sister the sweet -voice we will always and daughter, Jamle; Clarence Sullivan, wife and son and d a ugh ter, Clarence, Jr. and Mou ique. CARD OF THANKS CLEARWATER With grateful thanks, the family of the late Mrs. Hattie Wigfall take this metho d to express their appreciation for your thoughtfulness at the pass lng of their mother. The Wiglalls. Death Notices WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Gertrude Williams, 2610 E. Chipco. Mrs. Mamie Baker, 205 Strat ford Ave. Mr. Ernest Lee Harris, 739: Greeu St Mr. R:; T. Howeli, 710 Humphrey St. Mrs. Annie Bell Hawkins, 2010 !Mr. Wi'lie Reese, 1525 Arch St. STONE & GORDON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Laura Mae Blakely, Man go, Fla. FRANKLIN FUNERAL HOME Mr. Joe E. Ardis, 1512 No. B St. Mr. James Brown, 814 E. Laura St., Plant City. 1 Mr. Dennis Collins, 1'102 New place Ct. 1 1\irs. Geneva Bolton, 806 W:al Mr. Ralph Richardson, 705 E. Henderson. Mrs. Mae Wilkins, 2206 32nd Ave., Apt. 372. Mrs. ldella Dennis, 522 So. Ar menia Ave. Infant Girl Wade, 131 So. Wll low Ave. Mr. Lucius Gruver, 1228 Fuller st. UNC!tJSANDY 45,30. Be sure that religion cannot be right 67, 89. that a nian Is worse for hning. 10,52. FLORIDA SENTIN'EL-BUL.LETIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY--F 'RED'S PIARMACY Phone 251-2993 2100 Main Street LINCOLif GROCERY ANDMAllET 3801 29th Street "Where YO\t. ret a little more." FOOD STAlUPS WELCOME CAMPBELL CLEARERS 4017 34th Sireet Every Trail Makes a Customer Pick up and Delivery Service Phone 232-530 I HORTON'S CLEARERS 2124 Main Street West Tampa, Fla. 33607 .,hone 256-3811 ACTION TV 8r STEREO RENTALS 4016 N. 22nd St. Phone 237-3308 COLONIAL CLURERS AND LAUNDRY 5150 N. 22ml St. Phone 238-3723 BLOSSOM BAIL BONDS 24 HOUR SERVICE Phone 229-1879 WHEELS SOCIAL CLUB .. 1325 W. Can Street Phlne 251-ftll ROBIHSON'S WIGS Ia: BEAUTY SUPPLIES. 4616 North 22nd Street Professional High Fashioned Wig Styling Men's Hair At taclments Col_ ogne Hours 9 A.M. -6 P.M. Phone 238-5845 TIE GOLDEII BA WKS BEER AND TAVERN 4501 30th Street Open Daily 8 a.m. till 1 a.m. Hawk Room Open Friday, Saturclay and Sunday Only BOROMEI AND MIRABELLA 1525 W. Cass Street Fish and Market CRABS Phone 253-3658 WEST FORTUNE ST. nSH MARKET Wholesale and Retail Fresh and Salt Water Fis h 1926 Main Street Phone 25 4911 CEIITBAL AVENUE EATERY 1025 Central Avenue Open 6 a.m. till I a.m. HOUSE OF SANDWICH 2310 Main St. Phone 251-9845 RUBY'S RESTAURANT 2i31 Maiit Street West Tampa THE M ALE-SHOP .2319 E. llillshoro Ave. Phone 235 1 .. BIG JOHII BARB-QUE 5707 40ih Streef Open 10 to 10 Mon Thru Wed. 10 -11 Thursday 10 1 Friday 10 To 12 Saturday SPORTY CHICKEII 2130 Main Street Open 9 a.m. Till3 KENNEDY MOBIL SERVICE STATION 2040 14th Avenue Open 24 Hours Daily Phone 247-961-5 MARGARET CAFE 1724 Nebraska Ave Open Daily 6 a in. Till 4 p.m. Sunday 7 a.m. till 3 p m. ALIBI LOUNGE 900 H. Dale Mabry. Girls Girls -Girls Phone 872-9012 COLONIAL CLEANERS AND LAUMDRY 8913 Terrace Plaza Phone 988-7520 THE LOUNGE 859 ZACK STREET Air Conditioned Open Till 3. A, M. AUTO REPAIR 4613 34th Street Phone 239-9805 Walter Johnson Owner KING-SOLOMON BAR B QUE 2909 !1 W. Cypress Sl. Phone 87&.9641 WILUAMS DRIVE IHN 4401 40th Street Beer Wine Bar-B-Que Kitchen Open Thursday thru 1 Saturday 9 A.M. Till EAGLE DRUGS 1711 If. Howard Ave. Open 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Closed Sunday Phone 251-1405 PE.NNY SAVER SUPERMARKET 4915. 34th STREET S. AGLIARO FISH MKT. 1821 E. 7th Av,nae Closed Sunday and Monday Open Daily 8 a.m. 5 p .m. Friday 5:30 Saturday 4:00 LEE AND SONS New Owner HARRY BROWN General Home Cleaner Janitorial Service Window Service We Clean Seal and Wax All Floors. We specialize In Terrazzo. Phone 25.8-2031 2121 Pine St. Tampa CAMPBELL CLEANERS 3527 N. 22nd Street Pick up and Delivery Servie Phone 247-2506 Fast and Friendly Service PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO Weddings Babies Family Color or Black and White 3"305 East North Bay 238-1379 SIMON CREAL Owner THE CONTINEIITAL HOUSE 2317 East Gate Plaza Monogrammed Cards for all occasions. Phone 231-2601 E-Z. TV STEREO-RENTALS "tJ :; 1729 W. Kennedy 251 : PLAYBOY BARBER -SHOP ; 1947 Cass Street Daily 8 to 8 Closed Wednesday PHONE 251-9410 ODELL SMITH PHOTOGRAPHY Specializing in family portraits Baby Pictures Wedding Pic tures and all types of partie Call 1058 For Appointment RESTAURANT AND CAFETERIA Catering to Padie!!l Banquetl and Private Affairs Fish and Chips PHQNE 251-9787 THE LOU1NGE 859 ZACK STREET Open Till 3 A. M. Dally Air Conditioned TOWNE'S LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 3608 341b. Street :Phone' 248-4144


Tuesday, February 8. 1973 FJa. Sentinel-81otJietln Published every Tuea. and Fn. Cet Both Editions PACE TWENTY-THREE A VON CAN SHOW YOU llow to earn extra cash for a .ew dish washer, color TV, and "Ulo&e secret luxuries"-all without DP setting your family routine. Set your own hours, work near home ; For the facts, call: Mrs. Smith, or 876-3142. SL Pete 86%-4593, Largo, Clearwater 44!-96.56. 10 CBEDJT?? BA VING TROUBLE BUYING A CAR BECAUSE OF CREDn PROBLEMS OR DOWN PAY MENT? 100% FinaadDI A9allable LET US HELP YOU CALL OR COME JN NOW SUN BAY MOTORS 6300 FLORIDA AVE. IU-4891 EMPLOYMEIIT HOSPITAL AND DOCTOR T RAINEES NEEEDED WOMEN WANTED to be traiDed for local area hospital aacl doctor offices. Mas& be wiDiDg to atart Immediately. No fee place ment. Limited opeamgs. Thoso will have aa opportuni ty to learn wbUe training. Call 229-8381. WOULD YOU LIKE TO S E LL THE BAY AREA S MOST EX CITING NEW FM SOUND? THE INCENTIVE IS THERE AND SO IS THE AUDIENCE. SEND COMPLETE RESUME: C-0 MRS HEATH, 101 N TAMPA ST., TAMPA__,. FLA. 33802. OUR STAFF IS AWARE OF THIS AD. An Equal OpportuU,y Employer DAY OR liGHT SHIFT MINIMUM S'l'ART $1.10. l'IWI lCie hr. more for night. Steady wol'k, regular raises. SHRIMP PEELERS *PACKERS *LABORERS Mast bring Soelal Seeurlty card, If nader !1 mast brlq ltlrth certificate. Apply 8:30 A.M. to 4:3t P.M. Monday thru Thiii'Sday. 8:30 A.M. to I! P .M, Friday. Sbagle ton Packing Corp. 50th st. ud Uceta Road. No e:a:perleace employer. MURSE.S to Florlcm IJye ud work oo Florida's told coast near the beach, our 670 bed medical center offers REGISTER:ED AND LICENSED p R ACT I C A L NURsES, positioa Ia aU ser vices. Our coucera and yours is patient care and profession al development. Contact Nursing, Jlroward General MediCal Center 11100 SouUl Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale Florida 33316 EMPUYMEIT DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING at WEDU-TV Chauel SIs JGok ing for a Secretary-Gal Friday. Typing (60 wpm), Sllorthand (90-110 wpm), required. Good telephone voice desirable. Con tact Mr. Lewis at 248-5751. An, equal opporiunity MAIIITERAJICE MECHAIIC OPENING FOR CANNERY Me ftrst claiS. Weldlnr, good maintenance background and some electrical experielaCe are quauilcations. Must ave w a bud toau. E:Eceueat eompaay benefits. Contad Perstlllld Offlee, DEL MONTE CORP., 1110 E. 7th Avenue Pbolle An equal oppor tulty empleJel' LABORATORY ASSISTANT WE SEEKING. Media Room Assistant for 4Mlt Labora tory cOntrol Center. Polttton refl11ires a mp Sebool araJ aate wJtb related work lence of perfOI'IIllaJ the duties of the posltioa ba a clean and orderly manner. Major functions of the position are to cleaa aad sterilize glass ware and to pnpare dehydrated media for sterility evaluations. Individual mus1 -aave Ute ability to follow instructiOns and make minor deeilloils. Please submit appUcaUons at Personnel Office, Bldg. "D" SHERWOOD Medical Industries Inc. Highway 0 DeLaad, Fla. 32720 No TelephoDe Calls Please An Equal Opportwlty Employer FOB. WE 3-BEDROOM BQVU, le& lllse. 75xl00 No ,aaJUybtt. SSM Udl Ave ZSS-1151. 309 EAST GLADYS CEMENT BLOCK 1 : 2 baths, central heat. Lot !'ble 10' x 165'-Fenced. No quaJlfylat. 258-5151. LOT FOR SALE '73' .ll 131' S. INSURANCE IWULTOIIICDICY 1720 Nerill Nebraab Avenue PHONE 221-1871 DIVORCE KlT for Florida's aofault Jaw. For lree laformati write: Kit, '7!1, Pompanca Beach Fla. or call: (S05) 941 em. GOT CAl TBOUBLES? TRANSMISSION *OV ERHAUL GEN. CAR REP AmS BY EXPERTS CALL 248-6532 RAY'S GARAGE 3007 34111 STREET TUIPI FUIIEIIL DIBIDOBS PUIBSLEY FDIERAL HOME 3402 26th STREET As lmpress!Ye As AS lnupeDslve As. Desll'ed. Phenes:. !4'1-3151' or %41-!152 LADY ATTENDANT ''WE GIVE THE BEST FOR LESS." na. Sentiut..hllelin Want Ads Work ard MAIL YOUR AD RENT OR BUY! LEASE OR HIRE! TELL OR SELL! 2t words or less wlll cost $2.00 per edition and 10c each additional If y ou need help in writing your ad, or to find oat ll6 w much larger ads will cost, just call MISS RESULTS at 248-1921. Please enc l os e yQiir check or mone y order for each ad wish to ])av e publlshell. WRITE YOUR AD HERE Under w W dassHleation should be pllbUsh JO,ur adT Your Name a ... YHr' Adclresl : ; ., _.-. .. ......... ,.! Your T eiepbone Nll _mber: .:: : .. .............. ,.-1\lall this hrm. with your check or money order to1 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL-BULLETIN P 0. Box 3363, Tampa, FLOJtmA 338Gl. BEGIN 1973 IN A NEW CAREER! YOU CAN EARN $10,000 TO $15,000 Two Advertising Salesanen SAWY, PLUS COMMISSIOII-. MUST HAV. E AUTO, NEAT AP PEAUHCE AND BE AGGRESSIVE. COMPANY WILL TBAilf. EX CELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOB IWf OR WOMAN. CONTACT II PEBSOII Florida Sentinel Bulletin 2287 Zlsl l tDIE


PACE Fla. Publishe(f every Tues. lmCI Frl,_ ;c;'if:w" Tue&Ciay, Fe!Jruary 8, 1973 -, LARMON'S Everything Is going at slashed-to-the-bone prices! You'll find ex savhtgs in every department! Whether you want new, decorator .. rntture now or you are going to need it later now's the tight time to buy anything to furnish your home, from complete room groups to accent pieces to carpeting! Contemporary living room has an exceptionally low price lag! Tuxedo height roD arms and brass finish ball casters will create a sophisticated setting that'll express your taste beautifully! The comfort-right cushioniDg is natural support polyfoam: the upholstery, a twecldy sttlpe that comes in a rainbow of d-ecorator colors to en hance the look. Quality huill, well slyled, low priced! This 84" Traditional tuxedo sofa has graceful flaring arms a lld Iuxurlus loose pll low-back and seat cushions. The pillows add co'mfon and good looks. -Dec orator kick pleat finishes tlte fh1e design. .. Remarkable collection ol MedUerranean tables at a remarkably low .,rice! $49.95 Each Elaborately detailed carved motifs grace a 26lhx26Y zx20" h. square commode, 26x30x20" h. hexagonal commode, 22x 59lhx17" h. cocktail table. Sale' ol line broadlqoms ia velveis, shags, lex .. lures ud even a Moor ish print! 9x12 $69.95 Nylon, polyester and acrylic pile carpeting In a great va riety of textures, patterns and colors. You'll truly be amazed at the terrific values! Man-size rocker-re cliner with deep cushioning, Lawson arms. Mediterranean style bookcases make ex citing accents. Styled for today, an etagere crafted of glass and chrome. low price lor lhis llold aacl beaaiUal bedroom With Spanish look! Triple Dresser e : Y erlicll Mirror 4-Drawer Chell FuU Size Panel headboard $199.00 Here's a group inspired by the opulence (tl Moorish kings! veneers with a .. lJ'esed Bpnanza 'finish : flush-to-the : ftoor bases and ornate carved effect. .rt fea&ured Sleek dineHe designed Ia sell lor much, much more! 5 Pieces $139.00 Wood grain 36" octagonal table and 4 chairs with self-lev eli ng ferrules. Famous make diaiag yet elegant clln : fl'OUP ln wanu pecan : fliJIII, 491:60" '-bit opens to 40:.:71'1 J with arm. ctialr and a side chalrt. Choose mattresses and box springs _al super saYings! $29.95 Each Stacks and stacks In stock! From medium to extra firm, and with every kind of toP tufted, plain and quilted. Hurry for these. IMMEDIATE FREE DELIVERY AND SET-UP llf YOUR HOME SERVICE AHD SATISFACTIOH FOLLY GUARAHTEED TO YOU ALL ITEMS ]J11lJtil.lwl 9JtC. ARMON SIMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION 1324 30 E. Broadway PHONE 247-4711 your


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