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• lg 3 1 rs h ;te o-A Jb ly is lis C • n-;s-al, ;ts \.n fit :km -y's p.g ny tre ihe lie to k -or ivt o trn Dd •silne )N N Ml uni to .or-)ld •Ur, lffi• tmi ek-md 1ge ek-illy 10n, ion rses ays are by liDS larcan ake lnY• Ered ion. ho-to ; is !ty n a mts f a fesrays the ized raveas. 1ses evemrs ittsare ling way I ''\ Just Perfect Contin1,1ed fair through Tuesday with warm days and mild nights. Winds 5 to 15 m.p.h. High today . . Low tonight 72. THE TAMPA TIMES University Of South Florida Campus Edition SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR-No. 205 Don•t Mar the Walls Up goes the first poster announcing the first semi-formal dance at the Uni v e rsity of South Florida. Left to right are dance chairman Marlene Hennis and Brenda Conlee and Bobby Bobier. STRICT ENFORCEMENT _Campus Traffic Violations Subiect to County Courts Regulations governi n g the use of vehicles on campus have been set up, to be administered by the committee of traffic and parkin g and enforced by the univer sity office of security and communications. A ppea l may be made to the committee of appeals. of the .ne•.v regulations will bo warn:; J. D. Garnet, h ea d of the campus police. Rules prohibit speed in excess of 30 miles per hour , driving on or side walks, U turns, noisy mufflers,• excessive use of horns, double parking and overnight parking. DUMP ALL COLUMN Alleged vio1ators are to re-------------port of the office of security and communications to pay fines, or to post bail while the cases are on appeal. Appeals are made by submitting a written report to the committee of appeals for study. The committee's decision is final. Fines are payable at the office of security and com-Skin-Diving Club Forming at USF munications. . A skin -diving club is being .rauure to r.espond to a ticket formed here at the University summons 1ssued on campus for anyone interested in all wtll cause the case t? be re-forms of underwater activity. to County Court. John Searcy, a member of the Visual Service Club. This elim inates the expense of operation. . Another good feature is some semester tests will be ad ministered by closed circuit television. Sen • C •1 t
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2 THE TAMPA Tll\IES , Monday, October 3, 1960 FINAL ARGUMENTS Finc h Murder Trial Enters 15th Week LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3 ruPDthe back outside her $65,000 Tbe second murder trial of Dr. suburban home, Powers called R. Bernard Finch and his para-the j u r y 's attention to Mrs. mour Carole Tregoff moved into Finch' s divorce suit filed two its 15th week today with the months before her death. jury expected to get the case Fortune of $750 , 000 Friday or early next week. The suit named Miss Tregoff Co-prosecutor Joseph Powers as co-respondent and sought all said he hoped to conclude bis of Finch's fortune estimated at final arguments today to the $750,000. jury of 11 women and 1 man. Powers said Finch wanted to He will be followed in Brder be iree from bis wife so he b y Miss Tregoff's attorney, an-could marry bis admitted mis otber prosecutor and Finch's at-tress. But, claimed P o w e r s, torney,' each attempting to in-Finch wanted his freedom with terpret for the jury the testi-out giving up much of his for many of tbe 98 witnesses in the tune as he probably would have retrial. had to if Mrs. F i n c b we n t The state claims Finch, 43, through with her divorce . and his red -haired 'mistress. Powers termed Miss Tregoff Carole, 23, plotted and carried as "cold and impersonal," say out the gunshot slaying of the ing she was a prime mover in surgeon's socialite wife, Barthe plot to slay Mrs. Finch so bara, 33, on July 18, 1959. she could marry the wealthy Jury Hung surgeon for whom she worked Their first trial lasted three as a receptionist. months and ended March 12 in As in the first trial, the prose-a hung jury. cution has declared it will de-Powers in his arguments be-mand the death penalty for both gun Thursday arrd recess(;d for Finch and Miss Tregoff. the weekend Friday afternoon The defendants both insist listed tbe dual motives of greed they are innocent, claiming the and lust as responsible for the fatal shot was fired accidentally slaying. by Finch when he attempted to In reviewing tbe events lead-throw away a gun during a lng to Mrs. Finch being shot in struggle with his wife. EXPENSE ACCOUNT MOGULS HIT Red Hungary Blasts Big Parties on State This could bring on Magyar Leaner times lie ahead for some blues, for there's nothing gre of Communist garious Hungarians like doing more than eating, drinking and generally living it up at parties. BUDAPEST, Oct. 3 (,LP) pense account been whooping funds. Tbe party ne.Wspaper zabadsag, which word to be heeded around parts, says it's high time travagance was curbed. When it is a question of pub lic money , Nepszabadsag ob serves, "notorious niggards are turned into spendthrifts overnight." It cites these cases: A certain medicinal bath out fit, promoted for its good work to the status of "elite company," threw a banquet for 124 people -although the staff totaled only 80. A cooperative farm celebrated \ \ Seven Killed As Two Cars Hit Head On its lOth anniversary with an af-(Associated Presa Photo) fair for 1,200-twice the numTAMPAN AMONG UF QUEEN FINALISTS WESTFIELD, N.Y., Oct. 3 (!P) -A head-on collision of two automobiles on Route 5 near this southwestern New York vil lage c 1 a i me d seven lives this weekend. It was one of the state's worst highway tragedies. All of the victims were from Pennsylvania. Three were bers of one family, two were father and son, and the other her of cooperative members. One of these beauties will be named the 1960 University of Florida H(,)me-or nd coming Sweetheart. Only the judges know and they're not talking until Nov. 11. were washed down with . 4 , 000 Thirty girls from the school were in competition which was a four-phase contest. pints of be .er on top of monu-They were sponsored by the fraternities. From left are Judy Lynn Prince, Land 0' mental quantities of wine. Lakes, bathing suit; Jean Bennett, Atlanta, Ga., public presentation (sheath dress); What's more, the paper said, and Libby Baker, Columbus, Ohio, formal dress. there are far too many "inau-__. ___ ___c:_ __ _.:_ _____ :__ __ on up and D th • T E I h a ea S In ampa, SeW ere Deaths in Tampa, Elsewhere WILLIAM MARTIN Mrs. Dorothy Battie, both of William Martin, 64, of 7118 Tampa. Central Ave., died Saturday , THOMAS CERAMELLA afternoon in a Tampa hospital. Thomas C e r a rn e 11 a, 72, a A native of Cbazee, N.Y., be resident of 1911 Fifth Ave., for the past 40 years, died Satur bad lived in Tampa for the past day evening in a Tampa hos25 years. A member of tbe DA V pita!. In addition to his widow, Ohapter 4 and the Seminole Mrs. Teresa Ceramella, he is Post 111 American Legion. He survived by two sons-in -law, Tony and Peter LaBruzzo, both of Tampa; one nephew and sev eral nieces in Brooklyn, N.Y. is survived by his widow, Mrs. Evelyn Martin, Tampa; two sons, C. H. Martin, with tbe Air Force in Africa and Earl Martin of Vermont; one sister, Mrs. Mil dred McKnight, Barre, Vt.; one brother, F 1 o y d Martin, Ran dolph, Ct., and several nieces and nephews. HENRY A. WREN Henry A. Wren, 81, of Wad malaw Island, Charleston, S.C., diecJ., yesterday morning. Mr. Wren, a form E; r resident of Tampa, bad resided in Charles ton for the past several years. He is survived by two nieces, Mrs. Elizabeth Fernandez and CESARIO (Pimlental ALVAREZ Cesario CPimienta) Alvi!rez, 67, of 1811lh 14th St., died Sun day afternoon in a Tampa hos pital. Mr. Alvarez was a native of Cuba and a resident of Tampa for the last 52 years. He is sur vived by a brother, Gerardo Al varez, Tampa, and three sisters, Carmen Gamboa, Angela Al varez and Clotilde Menendez, all of Cuba. GEORGE M. HAY George M. Hay, 74, of 1329'1.! E. Broadway, died Sunday morning at a Tampa hospital. MANY FUND RAISING PLANS Seffner Residents Seek Civic Center By BETTY JO WHEELER The Seffner Community Club Times Correspondent is primarily trying to work for SEFFNF!R;-MANGO -The the benefit of the new Seffner Seffner C1v1c Club lS ready to . . begin selling the house numbers CIVlC Center. as soon as they can be pur-The officers of this club are chased. Mrs. B. C !ish is Bill Walden, president; A. B. chairman of tb1s comm1ttee. Cash vice president Wybdel The club has adopted the ' • . plan of asking every family in Heath, secretary; and Freddie the Seffner community to give Martin, treasurer. $12 a year for the new Seffner Civic Center. This can be paid The WSCS of the Seffner! over the period of one year or Me t h o d is t Church held a at one time. Bill Walden is chicken pie supper Friday night chairman of this committee. in tbe church annex. T he H o m e Demonstration The women will use the proClub of Seffner held a cake ceeds to buy things needed for sale recently for the bertefit of their kitchen. They will also the new center. give 10 per cent to the missions . of their church. The Seffner Comrnumty Club sponsored a free square dance The Pairs and Spares of the Saturday night at the Brandon Seffner Presbyterian Church Civic Center. The caller was held their monthly meeting Harold Whitaker. Sunday evening at the horne of Funeral Rites Set Today For Jax Attorney Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Stalnaker. There was swimming for the early comers, followed by a pot luck supper. Tbe meeting was closed by a short devotional. The boys and girls of Mango School are selling Christmas JACKSONVILLE, Oct. 3 !UPD This is to buy some tete -Funeral services will be held v1s10n sets so more of the boys today for William S. Walker III, and girls will be able to take 42, Jacksonville attorney and of the wonderful pro civic leader, who died Saturday. grams gIven for them over Walker, assistant U.S. disw_E_D_U_.--:-:======---trict attorney here from 1951 ADVERTISEMENT until 1953, died at a hospital after several days illness. Death was believed due to a heart Worry of FALSE TEETH A native of Orlando, he had lived in Tampa for the past 65 years. He was a retired cigar maker. He was a •• Survivors are one sister, Mrs. Fanny Powers of Orlando and a brother, Fred H. Hay of Tampa. COMING OCT. 8 COMING OCT. 8 COMING OCT. 8::-COMING OCT. 8 COMING 8 COMING OCT. COMING OCT. 8:: COMING OCT. 8 COMING OCT. WEEK MAGAZINE With complete local TV listings and behind • the • scene stories with THE ALL FLORID-A MAGAZINE , • , EVERY SAT URDAY in •• , glne or movie house and down 1 • • ? the food and drink-on tbe jRS. JUNE McCORMICK Rodger Dennis Niro, W.Va.; three sisters, Mrs. Doris Carlwas _Duval c 0 u n t y SlippinCJ or Irritating. attack. two were brothers. The sole survivor was critical THE TAMPA TIMES n sster Mrs' Henrietta Har N M' h Mr M campaign chairman for Gov. o •t be by loose !atse "Best Read;ng ;n tho homo • , 7 s . June McCormick, 40, 0 e 1 • d-son, ewaygo, IC .; 8 ar-LeRoy Gollins' 1954 race for t •l1ppmg dr pplng or wobblmg Ever• Eveno'ng" . an" ed Sdurda.v afternoon at r.is Jacksonville nine gran . H rt D t B h d ee ' u • Kean, Pa., his wife, about fa<:tor!E!S are with too local hospital. A native of Michchlldren and great-grand-lon a ' ay ona eac ' an the governorship. He was an Phone '1 30. and thelr son, James Jr., 6, m,, uch free coffee and drmks-igan, she was a Tampa resident children. Mrs. Hazel Puree!, Newaygo, administrative assistant to U.S. plates. rhl.s plea•ant powder glvee a Circ:ulation Dept. as if they flowed from artes1 an and several grandchildren. Rep. Charles Benn,ett ln 1949-50 remarkable aeuse or added comfort ly August P . Mason, 38, of Mercer, , for tbe past year. She was a MRS. MAE BELLE MORRIS and a past pres1dent of tbe •nd security by holding plates moro For lmmed;ate Homo DeHverY Pa., and his son August, 13; weTllhs. 11 d h C member of Drew Park Bap-PLANT CITY 0 t 3 (S 1) HENRY REICHMANN Louis De Loe and his brother, .e paper ca e on t e om-tist Temple. Survivors include • c pecJa Clyde, 18, both of Emlenton, Pa. rnumst Party to choose care-her husband, Marshall -Mrs. Mae Belle Morris, 66, -of Henry Reichmann, 76, of 3202 Association. Get FASTEETH a.t any druK countet All but Mrs. Shipton died tbe occasiOns for. festtv!mick of Tampa; her Lithia, died in a Tampa hospital E. McBerry St., died Sunday the crash Saturday along a curve ties, and concluded With this Mrs. Eva Rowlader of Nashville, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Morris is morning in a Tampa hospital. on the Lakeside Highway . She . Mich., and one brother, Ernest survived by f 0 u r daughters, A native of Harturn, Germany, died yesterday . in a Westfield Let eat and Gross of Freeport, Mich. Mrs. George Coleman, Lithia, Memorial Hospital. at Will-out of h1s own pocket. Mrs. George Williamson, Rolling he had lived in Tampa for seven Mason's wife, Helen, is still in MRS. BELLE E. LYON Prairie, Ind., Mrs. Noah Wigyears. Mr. Reichmann is sur-critical condition at the hospital. Senator Green LARGO, Oct. 2 (Special> gins, Plant City, and Mrs. Lloyd vived by a nephew, Alfred THE TAMPA TIMES PubUsbed e .,. e n t n I' s Monda' tbrouch Sa.turday by The Tribune Company from The Tribune tn• , Larayette and Morgan Sireeh, Tampa., Florida. Entered as seeond class matter at the Pos\office at Tampa. Florida. under tbe Act of March 8, 1879. Mrs. Belle E . Lyon, 70, died to-Lester, Dover; one sister, Mrs. Reichmann, Tampa; two broth-JokeS as He day at her horne, Box 1385 , Buck Sanders, California; one ers, Christian Reichmann, and Route 2, Largo. A native of brother, H. I. Robertson, East-August Reichmann, both of Turns 94 Worcester, Ohio, Mrs. Lyon man, Ga.; 23 grandchildren and Germany, and a sister, Mrs. came here nine years ago from 31,. great-grandchildren. Wilhelmine Kruse, Germany. Subscription lt.ates: By carrier 30o per week; by earrler or mall three montbs $3.901 six mon&ba $'7.80, one year 115 . 60. Member ot &ud.Jt Bureau of Clf'oo culatlon. PROVIDENCE, R.I., Oct. 3 (!P) --Sen. Theodore Francis Green, D.RI, with quips and gay good humor, embarked today on his 94th year, oldest man ever to serve in the U. S. Senate. Green took a robust appetite to a clambake-birthday celebra yesterday, staged by tl)e C.C.CURRY 103 2 84 Democratic Club of the First MICRoflLM' extin-guished 15 birthday cake can dles, then delivered a s h or t F. H. TOLEDO, M.D. a OBSTETRICS a GYNECOLOGY a GENERAL PRACTICE Announces the Opening of His Offices at 4503 Nebrasket Ave. speech in a strong, clear voice. Recalling early political strug gles, he said he ran 20 years before he finally was "counted in." He told of times he was ''elected," only to be counted out the next day when the opposi tion produced additional votes country districts. Canton, Ohio. She was a re-GLEN W. SMITH tired school teacher and a mem-Glen w. Smith, 69, of rural ber of the Presbyterian Church. Tampa, died Saturday night in Survivors include her husband, a Tampa hospital. A native of Paul Lyon, Largo; two sisters, Bridgton, Mich. , he had been Mrs. Etheyl Jacob, Canton and a resident of Tampa for five Mrs. Ernest Gwatkin, Youngsyears. Survivors include his town , Ohio. widow, Mrs. Mabel Smith, of THOMAS H. DENNIS Tampa; a son, Robert Smith, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas H. Dennis, Elaine Farber, Twine Lake, Funeral Notices DENNIS, TBOl\IAS B.-Funeral services for Mr. Thomas H. Dennis, of Charleston, West Virginia, wJll be held Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'c1ock MLUer, Church of Christ offieiating. Arrangements are in charge of Jennings Funeral Home. Charleston, W . Va., died Mich., and Mrs. Evelyn Farber, day night in Charleston. Muskegon, Mich., two brothers, --------------tive of Georgia, he bad l DILSAVER, WARREN M. -Funeral resl'dent of Charleston for Stan ey Smith, Muskegon, and services for Mr. Warren M. Dilsaver, Ray Smith Freemont Mich of 5903 Central Ave .• will be held years. He is survived by two • • . ; Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from daughters, Mrs. W. J. Strait, T!impa , and Miss Funeral Notices n1s, Charleston, W.Va., Interment, will.. be in the Garden or SODS, Hugh Dennis, CESARIO (Pimienta)-Fu Memories Cemetery# with Holyrood Howard Dennis, Lodge No. F&AM. in charge of N.Y.; Jack Dennis, S t . • wm be held Tuesday afternoon Ohio, Ted Dennis, Interment will be in Centro Espanol MacLear. Honorary pallbearers will Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbear be members o! the Egypt Temple ers: Gerardo Alvarez, Pastor Perez, Band. 1---------------WE HAVE The family will be at 1712 12th Ave. passed away Saturday morning in a AND THEY WILL BE AT THE FU local hospital. F'uneral services will NERAL HOME THIS EVENING be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 FROM 7 TO 9 . o 'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral with Clinton Hamilton of the Forest Hills CERUIELLA, THOMAS-Funenl •erv ices for Mr. Thomas Ceramella, 72, of 1911 5th Ave., will be held thjs afternoon at 4 o'clock from the chapel of the Lord & Pernandez Fu neral Home, with the Rev. Father Philip A. Bardeck, C.Ss.R. o fte:!!: tery. Active pallbearers will be Orlelan R. Carden. J. Arthur Turner Jr .• M. D. Scotty McRae, Richard A. Stenholm, David R. and MOVED • • • TO OUR NEW HOME 7810 Adamo D • r1ve Phone No. 4-5016 I RAY B. CRALLE CO. Motor Trucks Since 1916 tery. He is survived by his Mrs. Teresa Ceramella; two brothersTony and Peter and several nephews and nieces . COLLINS, C. MONROE "CHUCK'' Funeral services for Mr. C. Monroe evening at his residence will be con ducted this afternoon at 2:30 lrom the First Baptist Church. with the Dr. Preston B. Sellers, pastor. Daniel Flory. SMITH, GLEN W.-Funeral services for Mr. Glen W. Smith, 69, of rural Tampa. will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Fowler Avenue Baptist Church, with Chapel, 10520 Florida Ave., is in charge of arrangements. officiating. Pallbearers will be. Hon. --------'-----Farris Bryant. Mr. Alton T. Strong .. Mr. Charlie Clewis, .Mayor Julian Lane, Mr. Fred Durrance, Mr. Bob Miller, Mr. Buck Setzer and Mr. W . B. Dickinson. Honorary pallbearers I will be, Mr. Willai-d Johnson, Mr. Mr. Ed Rood, Mr. Charlie Mr. Myron Gibbons, Dr. James Winslow , :Mr. Frank Pate, Mr. Ted Mack, Dr. Hershal Cole, Mr. Dick Rofers. Mr. fJ:.udMel;r!3'kmiW,: Farlin, Mr. David Kadyk, rv:. Bob field and Mr. Jack Hinkle. Mr. Rob ert Smoak. Mr. Harmon Jones and Hon. J9hn Germany. The remains will lie in state at the church I1om l P.M. until time of service, at which time the casket will be closed. in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. C. E. Prevatt Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. CLEYS, PHILIP-Funeral services for Mr. Philip Cleys, 75, of 8005 17th Sl., who passed away Saturday afternoon, will be held this morning at 9:30 a.m. at Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church at which time a Requiem Mass will be offered Cor the repose o[ his Soul by Rev. Fr. Anthony Mc Gowan. The remains will be sent tonight to Chicago, Til., for interment. NATIONS BE GIVEN TO MARY HELP OF CHRISTIAN SCHOOL. Ar rangements are i n charge of the Jennings Funeral Home. STRONG, ROBERT 0.-Funeral serv lees for Robert 0 . Strong. a resident of 205Y.l E. Park Ave., who passed away Saturday will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o ' cloc.k from Wilson Sammon Company }"uneral officiate. Pallbearers wUl be the dea cons of Paltn Ave. BaP.tist Church. Interment in Orange Hill Cemetery. VAN BILLIARD, MONROE A. Fu neral services for Mr. MonroeA. Van Billiard, age 105 S. will be held Monday at 2 o'clock at the Chapel of neral opposite the University o Tampa, with The Rev. Laurie G. Ray, pastor of the Hyde Park Meth'tit ter Carriers' Association. Honorary odist Church and all members o the National Association ot Letter Car rlers. Interment in tbe Garden of Memories. WREN, HENRY ALVERTON-Funeral services Ior Mr. Henry Alverton Wren. 81, of CharleAton, South Caro: lina. who passed away Saturday morning in Charleston wt-IJ be held from the graveside in Rose Hill CemePallbearers will be John T. Williams .. 0. G. Ralph Beattie, Guy Gordan. Anthony Julian. and Robert Crumley. Arrangements are 1n charae oC Jennings Funeral Home. • The YELLOW PAGES put everything you want as close as your telephone! Try to imagine something you can't find in the Yellow Pages of your phone directory. Then, when you give up on that, try to think of any way to find what you want faster. Talk about Aladdin's magic lamp-the Yellow Pages have it beaten all hollow! That's why we say, "No matter what you want, no matter how fast you want it, the place to look ji1st is in the Yellow Pages." GENERAL TELEPHONE. ;6-merico's Second Largest Telephone System • 86 SJ


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