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' l Gettin' Partly c I o u d y and warmer through Tuesday. Variable winds up to 15 m.p.h. High today 68. Low tonight 44. SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR-No. 3(ll THE TAMPA TIMES TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1961 . University Of South Florida Campus PRICE FIVE C;ENTS F IRST SOCIAL. CLUBS GET UNDERWAY ON USF CAMPUS Fides, Arete, Delphi Are Names GiVen Groups By MARLENE liENNIS Fides, Arete and Delphi, three new and unfamiliar words that are starting to appear on campus have perhaps puzzled many a person. These Roman and Greek words are the names of the men's and women's social clubs now being established at the University of South Florida. The Fides, one of the women's social clubs, has been forming for several ________ ______ _:_ ____________________________ .o_ ___ rmonths and is finally getting STUDENTS TOO USF Welcomes into the groundwork of an or ganization . The club, consisting of some 35 m em b e r s, has elected the following persons as their official leaders for the c om i n g semester: President, Marlene Hennis; vice president, Alice Evans; secretary, Linda McKnight; treasurer, Joan Far num; parliamentarian, Cookie Steele, and chaplain, Toyette Ditzler. Advisors to the group are Mrs . Virginia W. Valentine, teaching a s sociate in English, New Professors With the arrival of Dr. Harris W. Ernest C. Reuning, Henry N . Robertson and Ray mond F. Ferrero, the faculty will number 132. Of the 132 there will be 73 who hold doc torate degrees and several who will receive their doctorates thi s year. era! articles on educ ation . 1 and Mrs. John Blackwell, wife Reuning, w ho was born in of Dr. Blackwell, associate pro Germany, received his B . A. , fe ssor of art at USF. with honors, from S warthmore The Delphi's, another of the College in 1936 . He will hold women's social clubs , has 37 the position of assistant profesmembers. Officers in this club sor of astronomy. are: President, Jan Harper; Most of Reuning ' s publicavice president, Roz Hodgkins ; tions have been parts of the secretary, Cynthia Lima; treas pu,blications and reports of the urer, Marilyn Pike; coordinat U.S. Naval Observatory. ing council representative, An The coordinator of student dree Holland ; historical , Norma r-------------------------------------------------------Little Man on Campus Dr. Harris W. Dean received his bachelors degree in educa tion, 1929, from Illinois State University ; master of arts and political science, 1936, State University of Iowa; master of education, 11)46, and doctorate of education, 1947, from the University of Illinois. advising and assistant profes sor Perzia; chaplain, .Terry Hunter -------------------------------------------of social sciences are the posi-and par-hamentanan, Gretchen RUNWAYS AND GREEN GRASS ON USF CAMPUS Green grass has popped up over the USF campus in recent weeks and has given the 11rea between the administration building and the University Center a real "campus look." In this photo, taken from the roof of the administration bu,lding, the University Center is shown in the distance. Grass has also given the green look to the area from the administration building to the main highway, Fowler Avenue. This area is better lmown as the "area between the two drag strips." Dr. Dean, who will be com ing from FSU, will be a professor of education. Dr. Dean has published sevtions that will be held by RobMallory. ertson. Operatmg under the name Robertson r e ceived his B.A . "Arete," a Greek word mean in 1942 from the University of ing the sum of good qualities Kentucky and his M.A. from the that make character, is the University of Minn e sota. He is men's social club. This club has teaching at the University of been in operation somewhat Minnesota at the present. longer than the women's clubs Ferrero will be a part-time and' has thus far established a C lecturer in business law in the membership of 37. en .J,e r college of business administra-Holding the gavel in this I tion. . club is Bob Bobier; vice presi$400 A YEAR Ferrero received a B . A . at St. dent, Tony Anello; secretary, • • John' s University and an L.L.B. Roger Duffala; treasurer, Sonny I h PI • at University of Florida. He is Brady; historian, Steve Sloan; G . I s H . L ayl ng eml>\oyeaV<>S. Steve Peteren e ra c . 0 a rs Ips oan s I Carlton. Fields, and Ward, at son , and chaplain, Fred Jenkins. torneys. One of the projects that J v I R I With the arrival of new fac-Arete has under way is the sellIta 0 e ulty members also new ing of cokes at the oncoming A A •t bl t St d t students. At the first oi: the Gasparilla parade. r Va I a e 0 U en S semester the enrollment was These clubs have been offi-University Senators Represent Students The five student representa-asked to be on the Planning tives to the University Senate and Policy Committee. This will have many duties from committee arranges matters that time to time, but they have come before the senate in order two specific duties. of priority. The first is to present accur-The University Senate con-ately and dearly the students sists of f,ve students. 30 faculty point Of V Iew in the senate. IDPmherSJ" fi-.e staff ru .11bcrs, Since few eolleg,es allow stu and nine ex-officio adminlstradents on the senate, tive persons. The staff, faculty tives here have a special re-and students were elected by sponsibility to set high stand-their respective groups. The ards. administrators are in the senate In addition to this, three of by virtue Qf appointment. the five representatives will be Students will be asked to be The heaith center has become 1,997 but the present total is cially recognized and several vital part of the Univers ity now approximately 1 , 900 followare 1n process . of . . a 1 d h h lth in g semester dropouts. formmg. All soc1al activities s Several vacancies exist for career in nursing, is ehg1ble to assistance. Each stud awarded of South F on a. T e ca Officials hope s e c 0 n d sesponsored by these clubs must • $400-a-year general scholarship compete for a scholarship loan. a state nursing scholarship loan has mester registration will hit tile meet with the approval of the pn ng loans for the preparation of and Ann Winch There is always and entertammg program has ing and organization of the club, one g1rls to model , were Susan Har-dents at student rates at all @ Gold White a nurse to meet any been planned: !" very of iN• Joining the ney , a fashion . editor, and Florida State Theaters. @ pI • s t t{ ' emergency or problem from 8 and difficult .. selection , USF CHESS CLUB please sign up at photographer LoUis Faurer. To get the student rates for m ann In g por s w a.m to 9 p.m . Dr. c . w. Mahon Flrst Suite b:v Gail the information desk in the University The girls who will appear In South Florida students approval {ij [ Sixty uniforms ha"!'e or-Jr . . is there for an hour to an Will be presented. The the four-page layout of Made-must come from Jacks onville .., dered for the Umvers1ty of hour and a half every morning smte, a folk opera m two acts, indicate this when they sign up. molselle modeling the new col-and then New York . 1* By JOHN GULLETT . South Florida band, acco!ding and is available for any emerco.mposed for th. e Broadway ti:'e Iegiate dress for spring are Taylor, during a business trip A new planning committee, composed of representatives to Dr. Gale Sperry, assistant gency. stage. m 1948 , and IS based on a r e adv•sed to see Dean Fisher, In Sandy Bailey, Marlene Hennis, to New York, plans to do all he from the Intramural Sports Council , the University Center professor of mus1c director the hfe John A.uduhon. It Sally Richardson, Lorraine can to obtain this okay . He is C"""mittee , and the girls' dorm, is being organized to plan three of the band. The umforms are b1s fantastiC life as a talned concerning rangers, naturalists. Smith, Pat Makela , Heather An-backmg the plan as much as f;rt;;re sports-day, play-day combinations for girls on campus. ex.pected to be by the 3 Fro m USF Attend frontlersma!l , a a.nd w:to drews, and Donna Kortas. Men posshible . . The first of these sports-play days is scheduled for March, middle the spnng semester. W h i t e House . Meet tells of his fnendship w1th parks. Minimum age lor these Jobs students photographed with T e mam reasons no student and will be for basketball. April has been set for softball, The umforms are . forest green Dame! Boone. . them are David Ivy, Wayne rates exist at present are tila t while swimming holds the spotlight during the warmer days of w1th gold and white trim and Three members of the UniA .vanety of other selectwns, crews, nre control and fire guards Jones and Tony Anello , Jr. Sev-they hav6 neve r been requested M M' Mercedes Fernandez girls intramural coordinator, combined for use for both versity of South .Florida faculty rangmg from Negro Though these are prin era! professors were included in and Tampa theaters have not ' marching and concert appear-have returned from Washingto mvolved love songs Will also w':::i,'!;n, the background also. accepted I.D . cards for stude n t WI committee will hold the first of a series I ances. They will have military ton, D.C., where they attended be Among the latlias been The . fashion .pictures were rates. f m etings today at 1 P m in Room 167 of the u c I hats. the White House Conference on ter, 1s one of the most popular discontinued for -the remainder of the taken 10 the Science Building, At present one of tile only 0 e AD. s t c t The band, which still has the problems of aging . songs of a few years back, "All school year. The society wlll be 1n the University Center and tile theaters in Tampa t o give -ars ompe e f 1 b Tho f th' U ,. It 1 ' n The Th1'ngs You Are" w'"'' ch has l openuon again next fall Ad 1 lege students student rates IS rf 1 I tr r l All-Stars hungry for top compeopen1ngs or severa mem ers, se rom e m.er.s Y "1 Intramural ofllcials will meet 10 mm1strat1on Bui ding. The . . . . The pothwe bu k ntbjru a t have J.'Oined the newly-formed will give three concerts next eluded: President John S". Allen, also become a great favorite a . m .. Tuesday, Jan. 24, in Rm. 1051. Science Building was chosen as the Br1tton Theater m Bntton tltwn on e as e cour • . semester the first being Feb Prof George E Beauchamp of the chorus. The concert is Admin. Bld. interested in "the best" for fashion backPlaza. Intramural Basketb:m League They beat the G1la Monsters • . . . ' f h d . jolficlatln.cr games m the Intramural ------------------42_31 in the initial contest or' the season , Tuesday, Jan. 17 , at 24 at Chamberlam H1gb School. and Prof. Irvmg L. Webber . ree to t e stu ents and public. basketball teague ue urged to attend. ground scenery. Professor Attends King High School. p -f----H--S--Five teams are entered in the league thus far, with all CAM P U S ROU N DUP ro essor as tory Meeting at Harvard games played at 4 : 15 p.m. each Tuesday. Tomorrow the In Re,.ent Jo 1 Flashes meet the Punks on Court I, while the All-Stars take on 'Urna Dr. Duane E. Lake, director the Desert Rat& on the adjoining court at King High School. u s F c • • s d The recent December issue of the University Center at the The fifth team in the league, the Monsters, is not scheduled for 0 n s t I t utI 0 n t a r t e of the Journal of Business Ed-University of South Florida, ha s play. ucation carried an article by participated in a recent college Although some of tile. All-Stars have signed with Dr. Edgar w. Hirshburg, assounion development program at teains in the league. the ma]orJty of them are from the ongmal ciate professor in English at the Harvard Graduate School of club which has been organized for . several weeks and has been the University of South Flor-Business, Harvard University . th h I t d th t "d t 'tl d "A Glim f p Harvard Initiated this pro-playing games with o er sc oo earns unng e curren seaUniversity of South Florida--valuetl at $150 , 000 to $175,000 were presented Jan. 20 in the Jan. 30. 1 .a • • ! e • . pse 0 ara-son. They hold a respectable 21 record, which includes two Dick Murrell was appointed has been given to the school by Dome Theatre. Jan. 21, another Stetson University -Unique d1se . takes a look gram in response to presidents victories over Florida Christian College. Their only loss was chairman of the Body Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson. original play, written by Jerry in the State of Florida is the at teleVISIOn m education to-and deans acoss tile country to Florida an College .in the season l?ener Constitution Committee and Rollins President Hugh F. Me-Wetterton, was presented. mechanical threemanual and day--perhaps from the lighter who urged such a program. , In the All-Stars Jan. 14 v1ctory over Christian, John Berry, Lee Lombardla, Kean said the gift "was one of Jacksonviiie University--Gift pedal orgah which will be inSide . Miller Attendl"ng 6'7" Dan scored 23 of tbe teams 76 poi_nts run-Wicky Davis , and Bill Vargas the most important ever made ed upperclassmen will be placed stalled in the University Chapel A t d nersup m the scormg column for the All-Stars were J1m Reed were c h 0 sen as committee to the school." on an honorary study plan be-in' the fall of 1961. Ccep e Co-Op Conference and John Bell with 19 points each. Christian finished with 65 members. Florida Christian College ginning next September. The University of Tampa-Today Gene E. McClung, assistant George H. Miller, director of points. The committee. met last Tues-Students h ave recently com-Honors Program, as it is called, wlll mark the opening of exams professor in accounting at the th U . 't , W k St d In tile intramural games, Meisen again led the All-Stars to day to begin the planning and pleted a series of shots designed w i 11 allow these students to for TU students. After their University of South Florida has C e s or, u Y their victory with 19 points . The Desert Rats downed the w r j t i n g of the constitution to ward off colds and influenza move at their own pace in des-last exam on Feb. 26, students been accepted for Iogra.f repreFlashes 47-24 in the only other game last week . Larry Macwhich should be completed by this winter. ignated courses. will begin a two-week vacation in the Florida Institute of Cersen ng e un vers l a a con-donald was higb man for the Rats . the end of April. The group University of Florida--..Exams Tampa College-Registration and will return to school Feb. 6. tiffed Public Accountants. The on Facilities Acquired . will work closely with Dean began Jan. 14 for UF students for the second semester, which Florida State University -announcement was made last IS a ruverThc physical education staff is slowly overcoming the Howard Johnshoy, dean of Stu-a'!d commencement exercises Jan. 17, . will continue Commencement ceremonies for week by Clifford c. Beasley, s1ty of Debolt, Detroit, Mich. growing pains suffered with the expansiOn of the P.E. program dent Affairs. will be held Jan. 28 at 8 p . m. unt1l classes begm on Jan. 30. over 400 students wlll be held Gainesville who is managing r-------------------, next semester. The archery range has already been finished. So that they will have ample Registration for the ' second For students seeking early em-Jan. 28. director of the institute. The Tampa Ti. mes It's located north of the new physical education building. A time to become acquainted with semester will take place Feb. ployment, accelerated programs Gordon Keller -Last week ---of' tempor
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I THE TAMP A TIMES 1\tonday, January 23, 1961 M. E. Wilson, .Insurance Man; Dies at 66 M. E. Wilson, 66, veteran < Tampa insurance man, died Sun day afternoon following a brief He was a native of Clermont and had lived in Tampa for the past 50 years. At the time of his death, Mr. Wilson resided at 2909 Hawthorne Road. In the insur ance business for ,., over 50 years, . Wilson was Wilson the past 40 years president of his own firm, the M. E. Wilson Co. He was director and treas urer of the Tampa Yacht and Country Club, and a past di rector of Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla A s so cia t i o n and charter member of the Tampa Association of Insurance Agents. Mr. Wilson was also very ac tive for many years in the Horse Show Association here. Survivors are the widow, Grace Freeman Wilson; one daughter, Mrs. Guy King Jr.; three grandchildren, Gene Ann King, Guy King III, and Doug las Wilson King, all of Tampa; one brother, William Wilson, and one sister, Mrs. Lucian Bell of Pensacola. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a .m. Tuesday at the Joe L. Reed Funeral Home. Deaths in Tampa Area, Elsewhere MRS. J. A. HODGKINSON I Survivors include her husband, EDWARD W. TRAYLOR Miami. He was a member of Mrs Josephine A Hodgkin-Mr. Antonio Traina; a sister, Edward W. Traylor, 56, of I the Seminole Heights Methodist son, a4, of South Avenue, Mrs. Paula Pensato, Tampa; al,ld 1707 Johnston c.Wellswo?dl, died Church, and a member of the Brandon, died Sunday morning a brother, Mr. Angelo SalvaggiO, mornmg at his home. Sta:tley Lodge, No. 348 at her home. A native of New Tampa. of Cypress, he Jersey she had been a resident lived m Tampa 50 years, bemg ADVERTISEMENT of for six years. She DONALD R. ALDWORTH associated as car salesman for ----was a member of the First Donald R. Aldworth, 71-year-the Roberts Aut? for AMAZING Methodist Church of Brandon old visitor here from Oldtown, m_any _years. He IS survived by and the Lindsley Chapter 152 Me., who was found dead Saturh1s Widow, Mrs. Ann Traylor, PSORIASIS o . E . S. Survivors include her day from carbon monoxide gas oi Tampa; a daughter, Karen husband, J. Edwin Hodgkinson, by a faulty space Traylor; a John Traylor of Brandon; two daughters, Mrs. m North motel, IS Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. Cleala Joseph Lo Castro, Metuchen, survived by h1s widow, Mrs: Fox of Jacksonville, and Mrs. N J. Mrs William Naused Law-Frances Aldworth, Oldtown, Martha Traylor of Plant City, N.J.; son, three sons, Joh_n . Aldworth, fi brother, B . A. Traylor, of Jan. 10, 1960 _ Pittsburgh, Pa. Edwin F. Hodgkinson, KnoxPittsburgh, Pa., Wtlham A. Atd-Ltthta. "Doctored for psoriasis so ye41-rs. STORY ville, Tenn.; ten grandchildren worth, and Rich_ar.d H . Aid: ROLLIN 0 . MOORE Spent much money t.o no avail. and one great grandchild. worth, both of Billmgs, Mont., Rollin 0. Moore, 70, of 904 W . Then used GHP Ointment and a daughter, Mrs. Luet-Idlewild, died early sunday in a Tablets for 2 weeks. Scales disMRS. NELLIE HENDERSON zow, Greendale, W1sc., _and 12 Tampa hospital. A native of appeared as 1f by magic. In 6 Mrs. Nellie M. Henderson, 81, grandchil?ren. A nat 1 v e of Lapel, Ind., he had lived in weeks skin completely cleared of New Crescent Hotel, widow of North. Field, Minn., he had Tampa for six years. He was a and clean . First time In 30 years. Mr. T. N. Henderson Sr., died been m Tampa 11 days. retired master sergeant with the Thanks for your marvelous prodearly Saturday morning. A naJAMES v. HALL USAF. Mr. Moore is survived ucts." This much abbreviated retive of Woodland, Ohio, she has by his widow, Mrs. Beulah POrt tells ot a user's success with been a resident of Tampa since James V. Hall, 67.' of 3411 E. Moore, Tampa; two daughters, a dual treatment for psoriasis now 1898. Mrs. Henderson was an Lambright Ave. died .sunday John McCormick, Glendale, made available t.o all sufferers. active m e m b e r of the First night in a Tampa hospital. Calif. and Mrs. Frank Buchholz, Full information a.nd details of a. Methodist Church and the Worn-natfve of Manatee County, he Memphis; three grandchildren 14 day trial plan from canam en's Society of Christian Servhad lived in Tampa for 38 years. and a sister, Mrs. Anna Havens, Co., Dept, 22!!-N, Rockport, Mass. ice. Survivors include a daugh-Survivors include his widow, ter, Mrs. Caroline Henderson Mrs. Laura Hall of Tampa; a I Dupree, of Knoxville, Tenn., daughter, Mrs. Evanell and Tampa; a son, Frank M . of Tampa; three sons, VIctor Henderson P 1 ant City and Lamar Hall, James Lambert eight gran'dchildren. ' Hall and Kenneth Wilbur Hall, all of Tampa; a brother, Charlie MRS. ELSIE E. JENKINS Lee Hall of Tampa; three sisMrs. Elsie E. Jenkins, 53, of ters, Mrs. Emma Jerkins of 4815 Central Ave. died yester-Tampa, Mrs. Gladys Jerkins of day morning in a local hospital. Dover, and Mrs. Ola. Carlton of A native of Mobile, Ala. , she Myaka; 13 grandchildren and had been a resident of Tampa several nieces and nephews. SAMUEL AIELLO for the past 14 years. She was a member of the Idlewild Baptist Church of Tampa. Survivors inSamuel Aiello, 67 of elude her husband, Carl E . Fleetwood Drive, died Jenkins, Tampa; one son, Carl in Houston, Texas. A native of Tony SaladlenO E. Jenkins Jr., Orlando; two Italy, he had resided for daughters, Mrs. Albert Ficca, two years. He is . survived by D • 8 1• Tampa, and Mrs. William Reg-two sons, Joseph Aiello of StamDesigned Differently! Worn Inconspicuously! leS OW 1ng ister, Atlanta, Ga.; one sister, ford, Conn., and Frank Aiello of C S d . s 46 Mrs. Dave Rowland, St. Elmore, P o waY Valley, Calif.; one Ala.; one brother, James E. Bill, daughter, Mrs. E. W. died of a heart attack during a -!Times Pholo b:r Moo,e:rl Mobile Ala. and two grandchil-of Tampa; a half-brother, Vtto bowOng game yesterday after BEAUTY OF THE WEEK dren ' Gironda of Mamaroneck, N.Y.; L b 1 Another Pretty Tampa secretary was selected. as this week's beauty. She's and three grandchildren. noon at the Florida anes ow-SlO E MRS. MARIA COSTA ing 23-year-old Gail Heath, employed at the AdvertJset:s Mailing Mrs. Maria Costa, 82 , of ROY n. McCALL A native of Tampa, he owned Lafayette St. Gail's got brown eyes and brown hair. Her hobbies are swimSth Ave. died yesterday in her Roy Sr., 25, of and operated the Sports Barber ming, water skiing and dancing. home after a long illness. A na0 yesterday NEW HEARING PLEASURE A distinctive sound pick-up sys tem which gives you better hear ing and eliminates an11oying clothing noise. 4 transistors for greater clarity of sound , plus vol ume control, separate on-off switch, and personalized tone control. contouring perm its it to be worn inconspicuously many different ways by either men or women. Small and lightweight to give you added comfort. NEW STYLING Shop at 4132 N. Armenia. He tive of Allessandra della Rocca evenmg at his residence. A na-NEW HEARING COMFORT A memorable achievement In hearing aid design. Its new slim ness and gently tapered contours give you added confidence and poise. was a member of the Forest k D h • T Italy she had resided In tive of Walhalla, S . C., he had The Envoy's all new styling and Hllls Elementary School Dads' Chamber Bac 5 eat s In am pa for than 60 years. Surbeen a resident of Land Club, and a past member of the vt'vors 1.nclude one daughter, f _or the pas.t lO_years. Survivors Zenith won't Let You Make a Mistake When You Buy a Hearing W t T L . Club f D Aid! You Are Protected These Three Ways ••• • Zenith's out es ampa tons p k PI Mrs. Antonia Ficarrotta of Tam-mclude his WI e , onna; one standing 10-oay "Money-Back" Guarantee • Today•s most com He is survived by his widow, aC age an l pa; four sons, Tony, Joe, Pete, son, Roy H. McCall Jr.; h1s par-plete selection of hearing aids • Zenith's world-famous quality! Carmen; a son, Tony Saladino •d HUBERT C. GODWIN 1 the Knights of the Golden Eag e and James Costa, all of Tampa; ents, Mr. and Mrs., Carter Mc-Jr., of Tampa; h!s mother, Mrs. Of Medical AI Hubert 9. Godwm, 60, of of Tampa. one nephew, Manuel Blanco of Call, all of Land 0 Lakes; four Josephine Saladmo, of Tampa; Land O'Lakes died Saturday in MARIUS S. THOMSEN Tampa; one niece, Carmen Gar-brothers, John J. McCall, SanVISIT BETTER HEARING AID SERVICE FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION! two sisters, Mrs. Joe Cagnlna WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (JP)-a Brooksville hospital. Mr. God-M . S Th 78 f cia five grandchildren, and ford, N.C.; 'Ralph C. McCall, and Mrs. Joe DiSteffano, both The u .s. Chamber of Commerce win was a native of Florida. Be-. arms . oms_en, ' 0 great-grandchildren. Tampa; Eugene McCall, Land of Tampa; and a brother, Joe has proposed package retiresides his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Gtbsonton, d1ed Fnday after O'Lakes, and Hoyte McCall, Saladino, of Tampa. . . Thomas Godwin, he is survived noon in a local hospital. A na1\tRS. SUSETTA TRAINA Riverview, and two sisters, Miss BETTER HEARING AID SERVICE The Duval Home at ment_ programs fmanced durmg by two daughters, Mrs. Florence tive of Denmark he had been a Mrs. Susetta Traina, 70, of Linda McCall and MissMarlene 3800 Nebraska iS m charge of working years as the best way Strickland of Jacksonville and resident of for the 312 E. Emily St., died yesterday -McCall , both of Land O'Lakes. fun arrangements, ''!hi c h of providing medical care for Mrs. Gertrude Macomber of San past eight years. Survivors in-in a local hospital. A native of C. C. CURRY 103 2 •14 41 were mcomplete last mght. the aged Juan, Puerto Rico; one son, Eu-elude, his wife, Anna; two sons, Santo Italy, she had MICROfilM SERVICE • tl h b gene Godwin, of Chicago, ill.; Alva Thomsen, Warren, Mich., been a resident of Tampa for THE uMPA TIMER Arthur H . M o ey, c am el' four brothers, Joe Godwin and and Merle Thomsen, Frasier, the past 55 years. She wa s a NOW -IN 316 MADISON PH. 2-3441 P11bllsbed e • • n 1 n I' .llton4aJ president, yesterday expressed Dewey Godwin both of Miami; Mich., and one granddaughter. member of the Sons of Italy. YOUR OFFICI strong opposition to tying med-Melton Godwin and Roscoe God Lafayette alld MorJ"" Streett, ical care for the aged to the win, of Land sisTampa, Florida. Entered as seeond S . 1 S 't ystem as Presters, Mrs. Azzthne Phtlhps, Mrs. :1 . octa ecun Y 5 ' Annie Alvarez, Mrs. Ada Kelley, Mareb s. 18?9. tdent Kennedy adv?cates. all of Tampa, and Mrs. Pauline The approach, Walker of Land O'Lakes; eight three mollths ob mo11tbo Motl<:Y said.. would. require grandchildren and one great111 , 4 • .,.,.. Social Secunty grandchild. Member of Assoelated Prea1 • to a pomt where people mtght Member of Audit Bareaa of you JUSL rtnsl wax out. ln m'nutes. ears an clear a1aln. elean again Kertd. Drops .-nd puncture dancer and eer-'i\'IM Inter terence wlth norm31 ur r . uncUon . Sare. method many doctors now u se . Sold without. pre scr iption ror home use . SpU1at 0/ltr ... Save 011 llntd K1l w1th: Svnnge. plans and through local and h'ld ' state governments where neces-c 1 ren. sary." PEDRO OLIVA Us• Kerld Drops, then rinse wall out! Pedro Oli va, 75, of 2012 15th F I Not.ICeS st., died sunday in a Tampa Unera hospital. A native of Cuba, he ADVERTISEMENT M S 1 AI II had lived in Tampa for the past AIELLO, SAMUELr . amue e o, 27 H b • ' f age 67 , of 10221 Fleetwood Drive, years. e was a mem er o People 50 to 80 TearOutThisAd passed away Jan. 20th. Funeral se:rv Funeral Notl•ces C atholic Church, with Father James M. Buckley S . J . officiating. Inter ment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Arrangements In charge of F. T . Blount Co. Funeral Home. • , • and mail it today to find out how you can still apply for a $1,000 life insurance policy to help take care of final ex penses without burdening your family. EMERSON, ALEXANDEB VANCE Funeral services for Mr. Alexander Vance Emerson, 97, of 7 05 Cypress. who passed away Thursday morning in a local nst home, will be con dueled Tuesday afternoon at 4 o' clock from the Chapel of the C. E. Pnvatt Funeral Home, 3419 Nebraska Avenue , with the Rev. I. Beryl Roberts, pastor of the Lake Carroll Baptist Church, oUlclatlng. Pallbearers will be F. T . Holden. Tony Tomasino, You handle the entire trans-Henry M . Bennett •. J\iulcay Mette, actl'on b y ma!'l wi'th OLD George Quinn and Sidney L. Carnes. Interment will follow In Myrtle HUI AMERICAN of KANSAS CITY. No obligation. No one wlll call today, simply giving Carr s Roofing your name, address and year of birth. Mail to Old American Insurance Co., 4900 Oak, Dept. L193, Kansas City, Mo. Free Estimates Roofs & RemodellinCJ WEbster 5-9745 ... ----------------i I I I I I I I I I HAVE YOU LOOKED BARGAIN 14th Street E. AT YOUR I R ORS 0 A FLO D TELY? w LA .........•... A c 0 R N E R y I I I I I I I I I I 1 LET I 1 Cut Rate Floor Coverin" 1 I I 1 SHOW YOU 1 I HOW SMALL THE COST 1 I IS FOR I I I 1 SPANKING-SPARKLING 1 } NEW FLOORS! : I BEST PRICES IN TOWN 1 : Cut Rate Floor Covering of Tampa Inc.: I 14th ST. & E. BROADWAY 1 I TAMPA 4-3924 I : SHOP YBOR CITY FOR IARC.AlNS I FUCHS, EDWARD FRANJt Funeral s e r v i c e s for Mr. Edward Frank Fuchs, 54, of 402 Joyce Ave. T. T. Home, 6901 Nebraska Ave. w ith Fr. P. L. Thompson, Rector of St. Fran cis Episcopal Churc h officiating. Cre matlon will follow. GODWIN, HUBERT C.-Funeral serv. ices for Hubert C. Godwin, 60, a re s ident of Land 0' Lakes, Fla., who the Land 0 ' Lakes Baptist Church, tn1!h to officiate. Interment in Land 0' Lakes Cemetery. Honorary pallbear ers: Sheriff Leslie Bessinger, T. M. Hahs, J . C . Weidner, C. W, Lau, Bill Zlnk, Ed Hoover, and Bill Roach. Active pallbearers: Howard Godwin, Harvey Godwin, John L. Godwin, Albert Godwin, Calvin God win, and Warre n K ersey. Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. MoCL URE, Mas -:-CATBER-::1-::N:::E-8:::-.--=Fucneral services for Mrs. Catherine s. McClure, 49, or 3014 Waverly Ave., wru be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the B . Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Avenue at Platt Street, with Rev. J. Titus Aldrld!!e, pastor of the P alma Ceia Baptist Church, officiaUng. lnt e rment will be in the Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery, Survivors include four sono: Hubert T. Elders, Marcus L. Elders, Sam McClure and James McClure, all of Tampa, and a broth er, Mr. L . A. Spearman, Durham, North Carolina. MOORE , ROLLIN 0.-Mr. Rollin 0. Moore, age 70, of 904 West Idlewild, r,assed away Sunday. Funeral serv are1&e F. T. Blount C o . funeral with Dr. J . Withers Blake, pastor of the Seminole Heights Methodist Church, oUlclatlng. The remains wlll then be sent to the Stanly Funeral Home, Albemarle, N.C. for !Ina! services and Interment. STEPHENSON, Fu neral services for William B . Ste phenson, 71, resident of 608 E. Wood St., who passed away Saturday , will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Com of Tampa BapUst Temple to officiate. Interment in Garden of Memorleo Cemetery. Pallbearers : R o b e r t Strawder, Bill Evano, Ricardo Kins c. TRAINA. MRS. SUSETTA-Mrs:-suse t ta Traina, 70, of 312 East Emily St., pa•sed awaY Sunday morning In a local hospital. Fu n era l servlcet will be conducted TuesdaY afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Chapel of the C . E. Prevatt Funeral Home, 3419 Nebr aska Ave. Survivors Include her husband, Mr. Antonio Traina; one Jlster, Mrs. Paula Pensato of Tampa, and one brother . Mr. Angelo Sal vagalo, also of Tampa. PaUbearers will be Sam Pensato, Ralph Sal vagglo, Pat Dominguez, Dr. J. C. Mar(ln, Frank Greco and Nelson Valenti. The family will be at 312 E. Emily St. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. WILSON, M. E.-Funeral services !or M . E. Wilson 66, resident of 2909 Hawthorne Rd. will be held Tues day mornin g at t e n thirty o'clock at the J. L. Reed & Son Chapel BaY shore Blvd. and Plant Ave. with the Rev. Wllliam S. 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