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( l OH . THE TAMPA TIMES University Generally fair through . Tuesday. High today and \ Of South Florida Tuesday 80. Low tonight I 61. J Campus Edition SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR-No. 223 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1960 PRICE FIVE CENTS CAMPUS ROUNDUP Enrollment Hits 1,991 By SHEILA McCLENDON house at the University of University of Miami -The the fall semester totaled 2,096, tion, Inc., 5; and U.S. Air Force, University of South Florida-Tampa drew a large crowd of University of Miami's Board of according to President Charles 1. The total now hits 55. It became official last week. The townspeople, city and county Trustees authorized completion T. Thrift Jr. Of this number Gulf Coast Junior College-officials, and friends. From the of the $3, 000 , 000 general li-1,679 are full time students and Thirty ersons engaged in the USF total enrollment for the University. of South Florida brary, announced President 417 time. This is 170 less field of nursing enrolled for first semester, including evecame President and Mrs. Allen F. W. Pea_rson. Up.on completwn than m t.he fall 1959. Dr?P the first of a five-session semi ning classes, has been officially and many faculty members and the new hbrary wtll house more credited to higher adm1s-nar in h u man relations for listed at 1 , 991, a figure proudly students. The open house was than 5 00,000 books contam SlOn standards. nurses. The seminar, which is proclaimed by President John to inform Tampans of the many $500 • 000 worth of Tampa Co 11 e g eby Gulf Allen. improvements made possible by I Jacksonville U n 1 v e r s 1 t YJul1an spoke to the Pres1dent RlChard Morley, 1s Included in the 1,991 are th f Tf f d d 1 t Plans for the 1960 Homecoming ftrst convocatiOn of the 7lst one of seven such short courses e acl 1 Jes. un nve as year of the Tampa college. Ac-that will be offered during the 1,188 men and 803 women. The semester. Gmded tours, a. mus1slated for the week of Nov. 27tivities started at 11 a.m. Tampa fall as a community service. 1 ,991 are enrolled for a total of chal presentatwn, dedicatiOn of Dec. 3 are being completed. Business College is including Palm Beach Junior College-21 ,778 semester hours. Of the t e math laboratory, and a one-H H 1 d"d l'b 1 t f th f" t A campus straw vote gave Nixon 1,991 there are 1,238 who are act play were included on the owever , omecommg P ans 1 era s courses or . e Irs t k . g 1 d f 12 t ft • not stand in the way of a poll hme th1s year along w1th the 378 votes to 165 for Kennedy a m a oa o semes er a ernoon s program. t d't' 1 1 f h d t f th h h" h t . on the JU campus for presiden-ra 1 wna termma programs or c 01ce as J?res1. en o e Florida State Chinese tial nominees. Kennedy came in b u in e s s administration, U.S. But the b1g thmg on came uivalent of 1 452 fulltime stuambassador to the Umted States, out the JU winner. l accol.!ntmg! real estate, and pus that won the A from 16 t 68 Dr. K. C. Yeh, spoke at FSU, retal'lal sc1ence . election as president of the s. ges 0 Oct. 17 ,His topic was, "Can We Florida Southern-Enrollment . sophomore class .. University of Tampa Open Co-Exist With Communism?" at Florida Southern College for . Rohlhns Clli'!llegeG-Fdall classes Manatee J u n 1 or College-----------------------------------------m t e Ro ns ra uate Pro-Manatee Junior College Presi-University Choirs Open .to Everyone; Full SuppOrt Urged gram !n physics is up with the dent Dr. Sam Neel says he plans . foll?wmg from fol-no changes in policy following a lowmg compames: Martm Comschool hazing incident in which pany, 43; U.S . Navy , 6; Rad1aa student lost parts of two of Parking Regulation Revised The university committee for traffic and parking has an nounced a parking regulation In a drive to establish strong year and will form the nucleus portion of The Messiah for pre-change to go in effect imme-choral organizations on the uni-of future universi,ty choirs. sentation. Dec. 4. The group is diately , R 0 bert L. Dennard, • • . '>-• . • f also readmg other larger choral b d t d vers1ty campus, an open mv1ta Stl.!dems w1th. a .m.m1mum works during each semester and usmess manager sal o ay. tion is being issued to all USF still JOlD um-will concentrate on the Mozart by the t d t . te t d . . . t vers1ty ch01r as an act1v1ty to M . G d F R . s u en s m res e m smgmg 0 assist in preparing for campus ass m an aur equlem "The reserved parking rules join one of two choirs recently concerts next month the Christ-the second semester. are not in effect between the established. mas tree lighting 7 and for-There are openings for all hours of 5 p.m. and 6 a.m. and The university choir, open to mal concert on Jan. 24 when the voice parts in both choirs; altos, on Saturday and Sunday. Park-. first Florida performance of the tenors and low basses for the ing will strictly be on a first all meets m room 158 • Choral Suite from Gail Kubik' s university choir and altos for come first served basis. This Uruversity Center, at 2 p.m. to-folk opera, "A Mirror for the the community ch9ir are in par-does no t mean that parking will day! Tuesday, Thursday, a!ld Sky" will be featured. A special ticular demand but all parts will be permitted in any undesignat F r 1 day. The l!-Commumty hour will be arranged to help be welcomed to help build and ed areas. Chorus 100 those who join late or have con-strengthen all sections. "Tert minute unloading zones of the SCience bwldmg at 7 fl" t d t th 1 every Monday evening. Sponf lC s, ln otr er 0 prepare em Those interested students unwi l be provided in front of the sored by the division of fine or concer s. al:lle to participate this semester administration building ; at the arts, under the direction of Prof. Those students unable to meet are urged to arrange their sec-north entrance of the university R. Wayne Hugoboom, the choirs with the university choir are ond semester schedule to in-center and at a designated spot will present several concerts this urged to join the community elude one of the choirs. All in-in the parking lot adjacent to --------"-----chorus on Monday nights. The terested persons are requested the Science Building." Dr. Watkins chorus, composed of students, to contact Prof. Hugoboom in Dennard added that the com teachers and all interested Tam-the music department as soon mittee is working toward an im pans, is preparing the Christmas as possible. proved parking plan which will benefit all persons driving au tomobiles on the university grounds. Parking tickets are not the primary purpose of th.,se "'>lcs . hnt +t;tol in orr!E•r to achieve better conditions. Big Success Student NewspaRer With Recital .. Top Positions which appeared every MonBOAT PLUGS South Florida, were not only week of classes to staff the spe.Miss graduated from SAIL CLUB realized, but surpassed . c 1 f t g of The Tampa Hillsborough High School where W.: ill The two performances were Ia ron pa e she was managing editor of The g . . in the Science Auditorium, Times each Monday, have been Red and Black. jt club had fi s100 t 11 d 8 30 named to permanent positions Gullett was a member of the ff. a class sadboat l% The 'reacital for the semester. 1959 Brewster Hi g h School @ on ISpTJhay abu wteek on cam% Gl M t t h h b d t . 1 H d '''" pus. IS oa was put on {'!! series of events being presented enn . a. . e u s as een ua mg c ass. e serve as m campus to promote interest :;;; at the university this season. Blalock, manof l?e in the sailing club. It was h Dr. Watkins, associate pro-agmg e.d1tor; Vilma Carreno, Rams Horn, dunng Ius !f loaned to the club by Den ::B fessor of music at the univereditor; John Gullett, C?P? sem?r year. M nis Maxwell , a Tampa sail::11 sity, captivated his audience, editor; .and Joan Farnum, actlv1Farnum, a 1960 graduate ]' ing sportsman. During the ij not only with his mastery 'Jf ties editor. . of H l g h School, M display the boat was shown n the piano, but with his knowlIS. a graduate of was feature ed1tor of Red and % under full sail as well as /1 edge of the composers of the piece, and the background be hind each work.-VR. Chamberlam High School where Black. r,::: with the sails furled he served as editor of the school These students head the staff if Any party interesied in W paper, The Chieftain, in his senresponsible for producing the % this club should leave his ;@ ior year. He has also taken front page of the University of g name at the information i:'i r--------------. special summer journalism sesSouth Florida Campus Edition @ desk in the University Cen\f: The Tampa Times sions, given at Florida State which arrives on campus each U ter. The club would like in Unlvenity or south Florida University, for the p as t two Monday at 12 noon. They are @ to stress the fact that no !J Campus Edition years. assisted by 20 oth'er members of :r: exPerience or equipment is ':f: Editor ... .. Mattheuo graduated from Plant Functional English Sect. 50, stu@ necessary for membership. fi M&narlng Editor . . . . . BlU Blalock High School where he served dents who have an interest in M The 0 r g an i z at i 0 n also n News Editor VIlma Caueno in the capacity of news editor journalism. m brought out the fact that % Copy Editor ........ .. Jobn GulleU f J . I d 't' f C 1 bl 11 •t h t b d f .,. btlvlties Editor .. :roan Farnum or the ournallsm e l Ions 0 OpleS are avai a e to a m l opes 0 Ul some 0 M the Pep 0' Plant. During this students, faculty, and employes @ its own boats and equip?) Olflce or Campus Publications, Rm. last summer vacation he was of the university in the lobby of f) ment. ffi !%4, Unlvers1t1 Center. floor of the university USF JOURNALISM CLASS VISITS TIMES-TRIBUNE Members of USF functional English class, section 20, students having an interest in journalism , visited the plant of The Tampa Times-Tribune last week, Na tional Newspaper Week. Here the class watches the operation of casting metal plates in the stereotyping department. The half moon plates will be cocked on the press. Times officials explained the operations of the paper and the newspapers place in society. his fingers. The student, Jon Wimbish, was anchor man on a tug-of-war match w h en he caught his fingers in a slip knot at the end of a rope. Presbyterian College -This new St. Petersburg college is planning an extensive program of student activities including several student publications. The faculty adviser is seeking help from the School of Jour nalism and Communications at the University of Florida. AND THEY'RE BOTH IN A LOWER BERTH Students are given the "last word" while practicing the play, "Pullman Car Hiaw.atha." Left to right: John W. Caldwell, associate professor of theater arts. and students, Jim Klapps and Judy Harkness. Curtain goes "up" Thursday and Friday. Car Hiawatha' 1st Drama Production Survey Shows Papers Read By Students Prof. John Caldwell To Direct 2 Nights B y LEONARD JONES alld JULIAN PIPER

2 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, October 24, 1960 Deaths in Tampa DAVID M. BROWN David M. Brown, 88, of 2904 Jefferson St., died Sunday morning in a Tampa nursing home. A native of Hamilton County, he had lived in H i 1 I s b o rough C o u n t y for 60 years. Survivors inc 1 u de his widow, Mrs. Van Dora Brown, Ta m p a ; three sons, Gordon E. Brown, Thomas ton, Ga.; Norman D. Brown, Plant City; Joseph D. Brown Brown, Ocala; five daughters, Mrs. Lillian Denmark, Tampa; Mrs. Bertha Walker, Plant City; Mrs. Inez Barker, Tampa; Mrs. Eloise Hutchinson, Tampa; Mrs. Willie Courson, Cleveland, Ohio; 35 grandchildren; 37 greatl'(randchildren; two brothers, John Brown, Arcadia; Robert Brown, Wauchula, and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, High Springs. GEORGE F. l':ELLS George Frank Eells, 58, of Louisville, Ky., for eight ;rears died there Friday. A former Tampa resident, he was a n!l tive of South Dakota who start-Deaths Elsewhere Rev. R. S. Marsden Vaughn C. Bryant, 56, of 3815 55th St., died Saturday in a local hospital. A native of Maine, he had resided here for three years and was employed by Cooper Construction Co. He is survived by his widow, Le nora; a son, Herman, of Clyde, N.Y.; seven sisters, Mrs. Phillip Armstrong, Mrs. George Lunds and Mrs. John Lunds, all of Michias, Maine, Mrs. George Lester, of North Attleboro, Mass, Mrs. Kate Armstrong, of Gouldsboro, Maine, Mrs. Alice Jackson of Lisbon, Maine, and Mrs. Catherine Jamias of North Attleboro, Mass. JAMES E. PADGETT James E. (Jimmy) Padgett, 47 , of 412 W. Violet St., died Saturday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Walterboro, S. C., Mr. Padgett has lived in Tampa 40 years. Besides his widow, Mrs. Wallena Padgett, Tampa, he is survived by a brother, Jo seph Ralph Padgett, Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Mildred Glenn, Tampa and his mother, Mrs. Effie Jane Bailey, Tampa. MIDDLETOWN, Pa., Oct. 24 ruPDThe Rev. RobertS. Mars den, 55, widely-known educator and clergyman who h e I p e d JAMES JONES found the orthodox denomina-James Jones, 49, of 8720 13th tion of the Presbyterian Church, St., died Sunday afternoon in clied yesterday while attending a Tampa hospital. A native of services at Calvary Orthodox Pelham, Tenn., he had been a Presbyterian Church here. resident of Tampa for six years. Marsden was execuhve secre-He is survived by his widow tary of the Westminster Theo-Mrs. Cora Jones Tampa logical Seminary at Philadel-sons, L. B. Jone; and W. phia at the time of his death. Jones of Muncie, Ind. , and Bud-Dr. Robert B. McGraw die L. Jones, Tampa; mother, NEW YORK 0 t 24 ruPD Mrs. Jones, Pelham, Tenn.; • c three sisters, Mrs. M. E. Tuck, Dr. Robe_rt. Bush McGraw, 63 • Estille Spring, Tenn.; Mrs. Hugh chmcal professor of psy-B. Foxworth, Tampa and Mrs. at the college of phy-Clarence Odear, Whitwill, Tenn.; SI.ciBns and of Colum-two brothers, Jessie Jones, Col bia Vmversity, died yesterday mont, Tenn., and John Paul after _a short From 192.8 Jones, Hillsboro, Tenn., and to he was of un.I-five grandchildren. vers1ty's Vanderbilt Phych1atnc Clinic. MRS. LULA MAE BARKLEY Mrs. Esther Berger BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Oct. 24 ruPll-Mrs. Esther Turitz Berger, 49, wife of the American com poser, Arthur V. Berger, died here yesterday after a long ill ness. ANTOINE BEGUERE LOURDES, France, Oct. 24 (IJPD Antoine Beguere, 64, mayor and senator of Lourdes, died of a heart attack yesterday as he was watching a r u g b y match. Mrs. Lula Mae Barkley, 76, of 521 E. 128th Ave. , died Sat urday night in a Tampa hos pital. A native of San Antonio, Texas, she had been a resident of Tampa for 14 years. She is survived by her husband, Reed 0. Barkley of Tampa; a son, Freeman Barkley of Bartow and a .sister, Mrs. Anna Woolsey of Pearsall, Texas. Finch Jury Deliberations Judge Nicholas Tomasulo BALTIMORE, oct. ruPD--New Resume Today Superior C 0 u r t LOS ANGELES 0 t 24 (ra.Nlcholas A. Tomasulo, 54, d1ed • c "' The jury trying Dr. R. Bernard Saturday at Johns Hopkins H .os-Finch and his mistress, Carole pital of lung cancer. Tregoff, for the slaying of his Millard T. Wilson wife, Barbaar, resumes delib-HARTFORD, Conn., Oct. 24 erations today after a weekend ruPD -Millard T. Wilson, recess. vice president and a member The jurors rested from mid-the executive department of the day Saturday after completing Travelers Insurance companies, 16 hours and 55 minutes of de died yesterday at Hartford Hos-liberation over a four-day pe-pital. riod. Women Voters Put Spotlight On Election A p r o g r a m accenting the theme, "M akin g Democracy Work-the citizen must act," will be sponsored Thursday a 8 p.m. at the YWCA building by the League of Women Vot ers of Tampa. A highlight of the program will be a panel discussion on "Which Party Will You Choose?". Raymond Sheldon, County Dem-ocratic executive secretary, and Mrs. Henry Van Patten, state committeewoman, will speak for the Democrats. Tom F. Brown, County GOP executive secretary, and Mrs. Evelyn Green, national commit teewoman, will speak for the The couple are charged with murder and conspiracy in the July 18, 1959, shooting of Mrs. Finch. Another jury, in their first trial, failed to agree on a verdict. Finch, 53, and Miss Tregoff, 23, deny the charges while admitting an illicit love affair. The 11 women and one man on the jury, staying at a down town hotel, toured the UCLA campus by bus yesterday and visited Griffith Park Saturday, Funeral Notices BARKLEY, MRS. LULA MAE-Mrs. Lula Mae Barkley, 76, of 521 E. 128th tlme of service wiU be announced later. Arrangements are in cbarge of Duval Funeral Home, 10520 Flor ida Ave. epublicans. BROWN, DAVID M.-Mr. David M. R b t A G ld t . Brown, aee 88, of 2904 Jellerson r. 0 er . 0 s e1n , proStreet, passed away Sunday mornlne. fes r at the University of South will also discuss the First Assembly of God-Plant City, history of the political party with the Rev. J. w. Jordan, pastor, t i th U t d St t offlclat.lng. Burial will be In Oak SYS em 11 e OJ e a aes Lawn Cemetery, Plant City. Pall and the similarities and differ-bearers will be Julius Fudge, Jack ences of its ideologies. A two-part discussion will The remains will lie in state at the l d t h g Th fi t church Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 cone U e e pro ram. e rs o'clock untll tlme of service. Arrange. part will deal with the relation ments in charge of the F. T. Blount of the party system to the po=C-::o:-:m::p::a::ny:-F-:un:-:-::e-::ra::'I:--H..:,o..::m..::e.:.. ___ _ litical life of the country; the second part with the relation of "Jimmy" Padgett, age 47, of 412 w. the individual to the party sys-Violet St., who passed away Satur tem. the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home with Rev. J. Earl Thaq>. pastor of the New Orleans Bapt1st Church, offlclat.lng. Inter ment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers Clarence H . Sparkman, K. E . Barineau , Raymond Padgett, David M. Cold, W. P. Pit cock and G . H. McNabb. Honorary bearers are Alton Turner, W. S . Han cock, Sheldon Love, R. L. Blackston, W . F. Rawllnson and Leo Faza. James A. Prest, Former Demo Official, Dies .James A. Prest, 82, former secretary of the Hillsborough County Democratic Executive Committee, died Sunday at his home, 1005 Grand Central Ave. A native of New Orleans, La., Mr. Prest had lived in Tampa for 59 years and was associated with its cigar industry. He was a past master of the John Darling Lodge No. 154, F&AM. He served as Demo cratic Committee secretary i,n 1936. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Grace Elizabeth Prest, Tampa; a son, W . Prest, Tampa; and three grand children, Jane A .. Kenneth W., and James A. Prest, all of Tampa. Tampans To Attend Orlando Conference Five Tampans will attend a three-day conference starting Wednesday for the annual Flor ida Workmen' s Compensation Conference at the Cherry Hotel in Orlando. They are Huxley Reid, Phillip Knowles, Charles Grant, Dr. Richard J . Miller and Dr. Charles 0. Overstreet. PREST , JAMES A.-Masonic services for Mr. James A . Prest, 82, of 1005 Grand Central Ave. , who pas,;ed away early Sunday morning , will J:fn Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at Platt St . at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Cremation will follow. Survivors include bia wldow, Mrs. Grace Elizabeth Prest; a son, Ken. nelh W. Prest, and three erand children, Jane A., Kennet h W ., and James A. Prest, all of Tampa. THE FA MIL Y REQUESTS T H A T FLOWERS PLEASE BE OMITTED. SPEAS, ELMER L. (POPJ Funeral services for Elmer L . (Pop) Speas, 74. resident of 8320 N . Edlson Ave. , wlll be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Swilley Funeral Home, 1602 W . Waten Ave., with the Rev. Nellie Cherry, pas t or of the Northgate Spiritualist Church, officiatine. Cremation will follow. THE TAMPA riMES Published e T e "I D r a Monda:r tbrou1h Saturday by The Tribune Company froJD Tllo Tribune Bulldclass matter at the PostoUlce at Tampa, Florida, uder tile Act ef Mareb S, 1879. SubsorlpUon Ralea: By earrler $7.80, one year $15.60. Subscription payable In advanoe. Member of Associated Preu. Member of .l11dll Bureau ol Clr-eulaUoD, Virginia Police Hope Cold, Hunger Will Flush 4 EscapeeS • • .. Word To The Wise .. Electric Blankets COLD WEATHER IS COMING! 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