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Nice Fair to'!lay. Partly cloudy tonight an1 T u e s day. Winds 5-12 m.p.h. Hizh to day and Tuesday 84. Low tonight 62. j THE TAMPA TIMES University Of South Florida Campus Edition SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR-No. 247 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1960 PRICE FIVE CENTS SECOND REQUIRED READING AT USF Taking "The Razor's Edge" from the bookshelf is a familiar thing for all Uni versity of South Florida students. This is the second book in a series of all univer sity reading material. Maugham1S Novel ChoSen As Second 1Campus Book1 Thanksgiving Is First Stop On USF Vacation Schedule 24-Day Halt at Christmas, One Off for Gasparilla While the University of South Florida's calendar for the coming year is still a bit vague on several can forward to a_ boxcar full of _vacation days, more than most umvers1tles offer. Toppmg the heap IS a 24-day Christmas holiday period, with a 5-day spring vacation running second. And the latter may offer a low-cost student cruise to Nassau, land of the limbo. TOOT, TOOT USF Band Plans Concert for Nov. 30 j In setting up a school calen dar there are many complicated situations that must be over come. Classes starting late and the fact the OSF student en rollment is a commuting one was a guide post to handling some of lhe unusual situations. As the calendar stands now it looks like this: Thanksgiving -Students get . one day off only, The ftrst USF band, consist • "We seem to draw a more re-. . ing of 45 members, is well on sponsible and intelligent peoChristm_as Peraod-its way toward a busy. year of ple," Sperry said in reference The vacahon perwd after practice and concerts. to the students. the last class •n Fnpay, Dec. E h b II . 9 , and classes db not resume mem er was pe_rsona Y Dt;. Sperry has devtsed a band! until T d J 3 Th' audttLoned before bemg ac-master schedule specifying prac-t d a{'ll ts 1tves cepted in the newly formed tice hours which each new mem-tshu ecnl s u
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Deaths in Tampa, Elsewhere JAMES P. SANDERS Kansas; four grandchildren, and Veterans. He is survived by his James Perry Sanders, 29, of two great grandchildren. widow, Mrs. Margaret DeWalt. 1000 Valencia Road, Plant City, Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. died Thursday in Fredo.nia, N.Y. ROBERT C: ROWLAND Leonor Blose, Greensburg, Pa., Survivors include his widow, Rowland,. 48, and Mrs. Marjorie DeVeau, Mrs. Patricia Louise Sanders; Lutz, died m .Tarpon Greenville, S.C.; his mother, two sons, James Perry Sanders Sa.turday mormng. A native of Mrs. Edith DeWalt, Tampa; one Jr. and Thomas Grover Sanders, Tenn., he had re-brother, Edgar A. DeWalt, all of Plant City; his mother, sided m Lutz. six years. Mr. Row-Walton Beach, and four grand Mrs. Mattie Vowels, Sault St. land is survived by his father, children. Marie, Mich.; two brothers, Gor-Charles B. Lutz; two don Sanders, Plant City and Al-brothers, B1lly H. Rowland, bert Sanders, Texas; o.ne sister, and W. W. Rowland, Mrs. Marjorie Granville, ChiMemphiS, Tenn. cago, Ill. SAMUEL W. HILLOCK HARRY H. HOOK Samuel W. Hillock. Jr., 65, of Harry H. Hook, 83, of 47l0 209 V( Gladys St., d1ed Sun.day N. Hesperides Ave., died Sunat a hosp1tal. day morning in a Tampa hospi-A native of County, tal. A native of Pennsylvama, he had hved m Tampa he had been a resident of Tam-smce 1953. He was a member pa for 60 years. He was a mem-of Gerl!lan American ber of the Methodist Church. He IS survJVed h1s w1dow, Survivors include two nephews, Mrs. Samuel W. Tampa; Clarence A. Hook and Luther H. son, Jack R. Tampa; Hook Jr.; three nieces, Mrs. two , Miss Donna Charles w. Owen, Tampa, Mrs. Lynn .H1llock, aJ:ld Mrs. Russell Joe w. Conyers, Habana, and McGmre, both of Tampa; . a sis Miss Peggy Hook, Dallas Tex. ter, Mrs. J. T. Feeback, Millers-, burg, Ky.; four brothers, Keller ANDREW L. NEWTON Hillock, Paris, Ky.; Homer Hil-Andrew L. (Jack) Newton, 69, lock, Nelson Hillock, both of of 4814 N. Clark Ave., died SatCarlisle, Ky., and Claude Hil urday morning in a Tampa hos-lock, Millersburg, Ky., an d pita!. A native of Kentucky, he three grandchildren. EDWARD M. DeWALT had lived in Tampa for 37 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Andrew L. Newton, Tampa; Edward M. DeWalt, 64, of two daughters, Mrs. Winifred 4920 N. Arrawana, died Satur Mefford and Mrs. Mary Maxon, day afternoon at Bay Pines Has both of Tampa; two brothers, pita!. A native of Philadelphia, Wilbur W. Thacker, Virginia, he had resided in Tampa 22 and Eldon Thacker, Kentucky; years. Mr'. DeWalt was a mem sister, Mrs. Della Downey, ber of the Disabled American ALFRED J. LOEWY Alfred J . Loewy, 87, of 4420 Euclid Ave., died early Sun day at his home. He was -na tive of Germany, a resident of Tampa for the past 60 years, and a clothing salesman for Wolf Brothers Inc. for 50 years. Mr. Loewy held 50-year mem berships ;n both Bay Lodge No. 12, Knights of Pythias, and Tampa Lodge No. 708, Elks. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Maggie Loewy; a daughter, Mrs. 0. W. Furgeson, and a granddaughter, Miss Noreen Furgeson, all of Tampa. ADVERTISEMENT How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place l)o your false teeth annoy and em• oarra.sa by slipping, dropping or wob bllng wben you eat. laugh or talk? Just sprinkle a little FA.STEETH on your plates . This alkaline tnon-acld) powder holds false teeth more firmlY and more comfortably. No gummy, gooey,pastyte.ste or fee11D1f.Doea not sour. Checks "plate odor' (denture breath). Get FASTEETH tocsa7 M ll.ru& countel'll tnrrwhere. • We've got it! A new and better kind of low-price car The fall season, officially nearly two months old, is still struggling to accomplish its job of adding russet to leaves, and Tampans and Tampa visitors are continuing to enjoy the long, long summer. Proof enough is this picture yesterday off the third island of Davis Islands, looking west toward MacDill Air Force Base-past a silhouetted couple strolling the beach. ALL AT THE EAR! Funeral Notices RIEP, CHARLES J.-Funeral services for Mr. Charles J. Riep Sr., 73, of the Faulkenburg Road, will be con ducted Monday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock from !be Zion Lutheran Church, with the G. M. Wolter, the pastor, Mr. Riep wlll be se nt Tuesday Illinois for fina l services ment in the Concordia Family requests flowers omitted. Arrangements are of the WaltersHoward F u n e r Service. URSO, ROSARIO ANTHONY-Private Funeral Notices CASTELLANO, MRS. ROSINA-Funeral services for Mrs. Rosina Castellano, resident of 1316 17th Ave. wlll be held this afternoon at 4:00 P.M. from the Chapel of the Lord & Fernandez Funeral Home wlth the Rev. Fr. Robert Lennon of Catholic Church ofciatlng. Interment will be in L'Unione Itallana Cemetery . Ac z. casa, Pete Parrincone, Joe Sedita, Pablo Gonzalez, Paul Gonzalez, Jr .. and Manuel Menendez. Deaths In Tampa MRS. CLEO BELLE JENKINS Jacksonville; three sisters, Mrs. Mrs. Cleo Belle Jenkins, 71, Jessie Lou Gobeli, of Wisconsin; Mrs. Bessie Nolan and Mrs. of 1202 E. Clifton Ave., died Lewellyn Escandon of Tampa; Sunday afternoon in a Tampa 16 grandchildren ami 11 great hospital. A native of Huntsville, grandchildren. Ark., a former resident of Sa-JOSEPH s. KILGORE vannah, Ga., for 30 years , she Joseph s. Kilgore, 72, of 2919 Mrs. Rosario Urso, Jr. who passed -------------away Saturday evening will be held Monday at 10:00 AM at MYrtle Hill had resided in Tampa for the Palmetto st. , died Sunday morn past 12 years. She was a meming in a Tampa resthome. A ber of the Methodist Church, native of Largo, he had Jived I This girl is a new person with Sonotone's powerful new hearing aid ••• WORN ENTffiELY AT THE \EAR, with or without eyeglasses. It's the tiny Model "66,"plus tube and eartip. SONOTONE8 See Us 011 TV Ch. 8 6:59P.M. Moll. r Wallac:e S. Bldg. Phone 2-3508 Sacred Heart CaN!oiic Church offi. ciatlng. Lord & Fernandez Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. IN 1\IEMORIAM-In memory Of my dear son, Wlllard Crick. on the 20th of November. I stili think of you every day , but God called you home. You.r mother, Mrs. Geren. OUT OF ADAMS MEN'S SHOP LOSI G THEIR DOO.RS FOREVER AFTER 32 YEARS! ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S WEAR RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC AT DRASTIC MARKDOWNS! e SUITS e SPORT COATS e SLACKS e HATS e SHIRTS e TIES e BELTS e ACCESSORIES ADAMS MEN'S SHOP 620 TAMPA ST. ON-THESPOT report of U5ed car pr ice trends Appear daily in classification 234 of TribuneTim es Want .Acls De WALT, EDWARD Jlf.-Mr. EdwA•d M. De Walt, age 64, of N. Arra wana.. passed away u r d :t. y. Requiem High Mass said for the repose of his soul ing at 10 o'clock at Catholic Church bY Rev. Pallbearers will be DA V Chapter 4 and meet at the A.M. Tuesday will be Bu.rlal Cemetery . held Monday the F. T. Blount Home. HICKS. J'OBN D.-Funeral services for John D. Hicks, 52, of 2.104 Hills Avenue, will be h eld this afternoon at two o 'cl ock from the chape l of J . L . Reed & Son, Bayshore Blvd. & Plant Ave., with the Rev. John B. Dickson, D.D. of First Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment follows at Myrtle Hlll MemQrial Park. in Tampa for over 40 years. nab. Survivors include a sister, He was a retired postal clerk Mrs. J. Forrest Caldwell 81., and veter.an of Wo:z:ld v.:ar I. Tampa; a brother, c. c. Sand-Survivors mclude h1s Widow, &s, Tampa; a nephew, J. ForMrs. Ramona G. Kilgore of rest Caldwell Jr., Tampa, and a Tampa; two Frank W. and niece, Mrs. Rosemary Mantett, James. S. Kilgore Tampa; Decatur, Ga., and several other two s1sters, Mrs. Lo1s Trotter nieces and nephews. Mrs. Jenk-of Clearwater and Mrs. 0 r a ins will be sent to Savannah, Raye of. Jacksonville, and seven Ga., for funeral services aud grandchildren. interment. CHARLES J. RIEP SR. MRS. ROSINA CASTELLANO Charles J. Riep Sr., 73, of the Mrs. Rosina Castellano, 65, of Faulkenburg Rd., died Saturday 1316 17th Ave., died Saturday morning in a Tampa hospital. A morning in a local hospital. Mrs. native of Chicago, Ill., he had Castellano was a native of Italy been a resident of Tampa for and a resident of Tampa for the the past eight years. Mr. Riep last 47 years. She was a member was a member of the Zion Lu-of the Italian Club and Sons of theran Church. He is survived HILLOCK, SAIIIUEL w . m.-Funeral Italy auxiliary Rosa de Sicilia. by his :Widow, Mrs. Minnie Riep, services for Samuel w. Hillock Jr., She is survived by her hus-Tampa, three Rudolph 65, resident of 209 W. who band Giuseppe one son Nor-R1ep, Charles J . R1ep Jr. and man' Z. Casteilano and one William Riep, all of Chicago, afternoon at 2. o'clock from Wilson daughter Mrs Fife Gregory all Ill., a daughter, Mrs. Sam Dzuro, of two. brothers, Joe 'and of .Chicago, Ill., and eight grand Hil!sboro Christian Church, to of Salvatore Zambito of Italy two ch1Idren. f1c1ate Interment In Garden of M S 1 ' ' Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers : SISters, rs. Mane cag lODe of CECIL HALL Simon Shira, Wilbur McMillan, Charles Italy and Mrs. Carmelina Sci or Stringer, Clyde Ha!ar, Norm an tino of Tampa and four grand-Bold! and Leonard aker. children. Cecil Hall, 64, of 4104 Ola Ave. died at a Tampa hospital Friday morning, Mr. Hall was a KELLAR, MRS. FLORA MARIE-Fu neral services for Mrs. Flora Marie Kellar, 90, resident of 5408 Suwannee Ave., wbo passed away early Sunday morning at a local hospital, will be held Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock from Wilson Sammon Company Fu neral Home, with Rev. Ray E. King of the Seminole Presbyterian Church, to officiate. Interment in Limona Cemeter Pallbearers: A. G. Moon, W. B. Kirton, F. D. Waterman, J. D. Lee, H. R. Sabin, and C. R. Gruber. JENKINS, MRS. CLEO IIELLE The remains of Mrs. Cleo Belle Jenkin s, 71, of 1202 E. Clifton Ave. , will lie in elate this evening from 5:00 until 8:00 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at PIAtt St. The body will be sent Tues day morning to the Fox & Weeks Fu neral Home, Savannah, Ga., where funeral services will be held Wednes day morning at 10:00 o'clock, with interment In the Bonaventure ceme. tery. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. J. Forrest Caldwell Sr ., Tampa; a brother, Mr. C. C . Sanders, Tampa; a nephew, Mr. J. Forrest Caldwell Jr., Tampa; a niece, Mrs. Rosemary Markett, Decatur, Ga., and several other nieces and LOEWY, ALFRED J.-Funeral services for Alfred J. Loewy, 87, of 4420 Eu cUd A venue, will be held TuesdaY afternoon at two o'clock from the chapel ot J. L. Reed & Son, Bayshore Blvd. &. Plant Avenue, with the Rev. Carroll E. Simcox_, rector of st. Mary's Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment follows at Myrtle Hill Me moria! Park. Active paiibearers. Ha; . old Wolf, Jr., Melvin Sweat, Norman Cannella, Fred C. Tiederman.. Her bert Livingston, and William V. J\Ic. Daniel. Honorary: Harold Wolf, Sr .• Jullus Well, Wllllam E. Gibson, Joe Menendez, Hollis Eggner, David Pin holster, Elliott Flynn, David Dowling, Armando Diaz, Hiram McElroy, Charlie Bryan, Raiford Daniel, Joe Pownell, Joe Malphurs, Maj. James Taylor , Fred Walbs, Dr . L. S. Augus tine, Cecil Perry and James Gibson. 1\IONSON, MRS. GLADYS KNIGHT Funeral services for Mrs . Gladys Knight Monson, 57. of Punta Gorda, Florida, who passed away In Buffalo, N.Y., and former resident of Tampa, will be conducted Wednesday after . noon at 3:00 o'clock ftom the First Methodist Church of Punta Gorda, with the pastor, Rev. Lenox, officiat ing. Interment will be in the Charlotte Harbor Cemetery. NEWTON, ANDREW L. (JACKI-FU neral services for Andrew L. (Jack) Newton, 69 , resident of 4814 N . Clark A venue, who passed away in a local will officiate. Interment in Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers: Charles Lee Perry, Howard Timmons, John Par rett, Jimmie Davis, Winton Hamil ton. and Bernard Baransky. THE TAI\IP A TIMES Published e v e n I n c • Monday tbrouch Saturday by Tbe Tribune Company from Tho Trlbane Build class matter al lhe l'oslofflce at Tampa, Florida, under the Ao& ol March S, 1879. Ratu: By carrier MRS. VALLIE L. HAYS native of Florida and lived in Mrs. Vallie L. Hays, 77, of Tampa for 39 years. He is sur-3911 Leila Ave., died at a Tam-vived by his widow, Mrs. Jessie pa hospital Friday morning. Mrs. M. Hall of Tampa; one daughHays was a native of Alabama ter, Mrs. Marjorie Holmes, of and resided in Tampa for the Tampa; three sons, Curtis R. last 23 years. She is survived Hall, William F . Hall of Tampa by a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Ellen and John C. 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