The Tampa Times : University of South Florida Campus Edition

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The Tampa Times : University of South Florida Campus Edition
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. . . ,I Cloud Bank Partly cloudy today . In creasing cloudiness Tues day . Winds 81 8 m . p . h . High toda y 78. Low to n ight 55. THE TAMPA TIMES u.,iversity Of South F lori da Campus Edi t ion SIX TY-EIGHTH YEAR-No. 259 Kennedy's Cabinet Predicted Of i nterest t o m a n y USF stu den t s is the forming of a de bate squad at the u niversity . Intramural Schedule The squad was fonned in OcB asketba ll tober, and has been active i n Dec. A ll-Stars vs. F la. practice debates amo n g its Cnrlstlan College, 8 p.m. at Brandon members in preparation for its All-Stars •• F la. debat.e against Presbyterian College, 8 p.m. at Semi Umvers1ty of F londa. The topic nol e Betrhts Gym. for this year's intercollegiate F ootb all debate is "Should the Unite d lA."s Stat es Adopt a System of Com Group 11 vs. Group a:f. Group 6 vs. pul sory Insuran ce for 1 u Gronp All Citizens?" This debate will 16. Group 11 vo. Grou p 88. 5 p.m. -take place during the Christmas 6 n. 3A, Group 8A .,,, Desert holidays. TAMPA, FLORIDA , MONDA Y , DECEMB E R 5 , 1960 P RICE FIVE CENTS "What wo uld yau d o if you had only three month s left to live?" USF 'CHRISTMAS ' wiLL. BE WEDNESDAY President Allen To Set Tradition LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS Swiftly The Tampa Times Uni .. erslty of South Florida Campus Edition
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2 THE TAMPA TIMES , Monday , December 5, 1960 1 rGhana Breaks Off Relations With Belgium No Search Planned ACCRA, Ghana, Dec. 5 (JP) Belgian Ambassador Gerard Kasavubu declared Ghana's For Rocket at Sea Ghana broke off diplomatic re-Walravens was ordered to get charge d'affaires, Nathaniel lations with Belgium today, out of the country within 48 Welbeck, persona non grata (un charging the Brussels govern-hours. welcome) in October. Last ment with being responsible for President Kwame of month troops of Col. Joseph Mo"the rec nt develo t i th Ghana regards Congo President butu, who works closely with .. e pmen s n e Joseph Kasavubu as pro-Bel-Kasavubu, attacked Ghana's em-Congo. gian, if not actually directed by bassy residence and forced WeiWALLOP ISLAND, Va., Dec. almost impossible to locate. 5 (JP) A 72-foot Scout rocket Even if the bits of wreckage and the inflatable satellite it was to have put into orbit lay could be found, they would shed, under deep water 80 miles off little additional light as to the! the Virginia shore today after cause of the failure. the failure of the first major Instead, the National Aero-1 space shot attempted from this nautics and Space Administra test center. tion planned to analyze care-Although the v e h i c 1 e cost fully the radio telemetry in more than $750,000, there will formation and camera and ra be no attempt to recover any dar coverage of the few short part of it. minutes of the flight yesterday. Officials said it would be The 36,600-pound, four stage ADVERTISEMENT research vehicle roared aloft at He Grew Hair Deaths PATTI ANN BISHOPS -(AI' Wlrepboto) 4:14 p.m. erson at Seaboard Office Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa F. H . BRADLEY, G.P.A. in Miami for the past 10 years. s1x years. He was a He was an engineer associated a of the Llthu with the Flagler Engineering Co. aman Amencan of Tampa, of Miami. Survivors include his pres1dent C!f the widow Mrs Nora Dorough two L1thuaman American Soc1ety of son 5,' and Chicago. After Dorough, all of Tacoma, Wash.; he .spent several wmters in Ml s t e p m 0 the r, Mrs. Bessie am1 before coming to Tampa. Dorough, Tampa; a sister, Mrs. i Marguerite Pearce, and a niece, Funera Not.ces Mrs. Nancy Pearce Pomar, both of Jacksonville. CHARLES C. HULL Charles C. Hull, 79, who lived at the home of his niece, Mrs. Bessie Hawk, of 1104 E. Os borne, died Sunday morning in a Tampa hospital. He had re sided in Tampa five and one half years. . Other survivors are HALL, MR. JON.ifrHANFuneral serv ices for Mr. Jonathan Hall, 80, 1711 Jetton. resident of Tampa for five years. who passed away at his home cano Funeral Home, 4040 Henderson Blvd. Rev. J. Titus AJdildge of the Palma Cela Baptist Church will of flciate. Interment will follow In Gar den of Memories Cemetery. • BULL, CHARLES C.-Funeral services We've got it! A new and better kind of low-price car 1961 MERCURY Priced to compete with the low-price field In fact, this full-sized Mercury Meteor is priced below many "compact-size" cars. So why feel hemmed in when you can stretch out in a luxurious Mercury? You'll get traditional Mercury quality. 7 money-saving self-servicing features including chassis that is pre-lubricated for 30,000 miles. More entrance room. More roadhugging weight. Up to 15% more gas mileage. (Choose from Mercury's first "6" or new V-8's that use regular gas.) Come in_see it all today. COME SEE OUR CHRISTMAS SPECIALS BOYLE MOTOR CO. Hawk, of 1104 E. Osborne, will be Funeral Home with the Rev. V. C . McDonald and the Rev. Lester C. Scott officiating. Graveside services will be held at 2:30 P.M. at Umatllla Cemetery in Lake County. IRWIN, MRS. MARGARET BEATRICE -The remains or Mrs. Margaret Beatrice Irwin, 81, of 1010 E. Pat terson, will be sent at noon today to the Robert Neary Funeral Home, Manasquan, New Jersey .. for services and Interment. Local arran,ments uneral NOTE CHANGE OF TIME MALE LA, . JOHN K.-Funeral services for Mr. John K. Ma!ela, 75, or Rt. 6, Box 608, Tampa, who passed away suddealy Saturday acternoon at bls residence will be conducted Tuesday morniDg at 10:30 o'clock from the chapel of the C. E . Prevatt Funeral Home, 3419 Nebraska Avenue. Pall bearers will be members of the Lithuanian American Club. Interment will follow In Sylvan Abbey Come tery, Salety Harbor, Florida. SCOTT, ELLIHUFuneral services for Mr. Ellihu Scott, 82, of 3426 E. Pow battan, will be conducted T uesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Chapel of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Avenue , with Mr. Ear l Fly, pastor of the Belmont Heights Churcb of Cbrlst, officiating. Inter ment will follow In Garden of Memo rles Cemetery. TOMLINSON, FLOYD JOEFuneral service• for Mr. Floyd Joe Tomlin son, age 61 or 4706 18th Ave. will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral home. Rev. John Meyers of the Church of the Bretb ren will officiate. Interment In Rose Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers will be •• Hancock and William Jones. VILLADEMOROS, BALDOMERO Fu n eral services for Mr. Baldomero Vlllademoros, 67, resident of 3205 Dewey, wlll be held this afternoon lntermellt to be ID Centro Asturlano Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers are: Jack Blanco, Louis Benito, Joe Benito, Alfredo Perez, Avellno Plnl ella and Andres Faza. Tbe Lolia d e l Caballeros de Ia Luz wlll be In charge in graveside services. WALSINGHAM, MRS. M l!' R T L E BLANCHE-Funeral services for Mrs. thf! afternoon at 4 :00 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave. at Platt St. Dr. Laurie G. Ray pastor' of Hyde Park l\'1eth odlot Chu rch, officiating, with Inter ment in Garden of Memories Cemetor B. Yates, H arold E. Bennett, S . R . Coley Jr .. and Albert U. John son; honorary are, Dr. Leonard An nls, Pau l D. McLaeran Sr., Paul D. McLaeriD Jr .. Harry E. Culbreath, and Joe A ro nson . Survivors include, d:::abW:; . two sons, William A. Wa!slngham, aDd Jack L. Walsingham, all of Tam pa; three sistero. Mrs. s. R . Coley, St. Petersburg; Mrs. J . B . WU!Iam son, and Mrs. Ear l Sneeden Sr., botb VAN BUREN, EDWARD G.Funera. service• for Edward G. Van Buren, at the Swilley Funeral Home, 1601 W. Waters Ave. with the Rev. F. L. LINCOLN CASS AT ASHLEY • MERCURY • COMET PHONE 2-0636 be oent Tuesday afternoon to Fulton. N .Y., for burial. VIsitation will be from aeven Ulltil nine o'clock Mon. day e vening. 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I ( DECISION NEXT WEEK Witt Will Hearing Resumes Tomorrow By GENE BURNETT have to go off somewhere out Times Staff Writer of the county to study the case Final arguments in the suit after tomorrow becontesting the $2,400,000 will of cause. of Its very comr,Iex and Mrs. Wilma Lucille de Mandel very rmportant nature. Witt, widow of wealthy cigar Judge Brooker explained that manufacturer Eli Witt, will be he must go out of the county, at heard before County Judge Wil-,his own expense, to make his deliam C. Brooker tomorrow at cision since circuit judges could 10 a.m. not legally hear his normal run A decision on the suit-one of of cases if be were in the county. the most massive and complex He added that such cases "il cases ever heard in that court lustrate very graphically" the -is expected early next week, need for a s e c o n d county the judge said.' judge. The action was brought by "It' s a. tremen?ous task and Mrs. Witt's brother, Phillips B . I. must und.Isturbed atten-de Mandel, of Pacific Grove, tlon to It, _ he saJd. . Calif., and other relatives. De The bnefs . alone, which will Mandel contends his sister was be accompamed by oral argumentally incompetent when she me_nts from estate a.ttorney signed the will on Nov. 24, 1959. Pame Kelly Jr. and de Mandel s . . attorney, Cody Fowler, repre• Mrs. Witt had left the entire sent about 200 pages each. to Morton F. Plant Witnesses for de Mandel testiHospital of Career Opportunities
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