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) Status 9uo Univlnsity Of South Florida Campus Edition HE TAMPA TIMES Partly cloudy with scat tered afternoon and evening showers and thunder• showers through Tuesday. Variable winds up to 17 m.p.h. High today 91. Low tonight 73. SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 185 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1Welcome!1 Says SA President Second Honors Convocatio WELCOME TO USF! At this university, and any other. each student has one main and im portant goal-graduating. In or der to do this, one must put studying ahead of everything else, including the opposite sex. But if one is interested, there are many extra-curricular activi ties at USF that he may partici pate in. Some of these are: In terest clubs. Intramural sports, Fraternal Societies, Publica tions, and Association Opens U S F Trimester 1 (student government), It is not advisable to try to be active in too many organiza tions for the reason cited above; however, I feel that each stu dent who graduates from an in stitution of higher learning should participate in some type of extra-curricular activity, thus broadening his education that much more. Every student is invited to attend any meeting held within the Student Association. I be lieve it would be beneficial for those of you who are interested in Student Association and how -USF Photo it works to sit in on our first 'ATTENTION CHARLEY!' Executive Council meeting. lt The All-University Book for Trimester I is "Conwill be Sept. 13 at 6:30 p.m . in uc 264. A tie is required, please. science of a Conservative" by Bany Goldwater, noted All members of the Executive conservative senator from Arizona. It would be hard Council are cordial and will be for Senator Charley Johns and his esteemed investiga glad to meet you and to answer tors to find fault with this All-University reading. Dr. any questions you have about R b t A W h f th All U B k anything at the university. o er . arner, c airman o e . oo com-Again, I would like to wel-mittee, reported that the only concession made to come you to USF and hope that Johns is that in the public panels on the book, students you are successful in your every only will participate as panel members. endeavor. l remain respectfully yours, Frank Meiners, President USF Student Assoeiation USF Mascot To Be Chosen USF A JUNIOR 1Events1 Feature' s A Year AbrOad Fifty-Six Honor Students Get Engraved Citations By LOUISE STEWART The University of South Florida's Second Honors Convocation officially kicked off the university's first trimester in ceremonies this morning. Dr. John S. Allen, president of USF, presided, sharing the platform with the prt>gram's special guests -USF's 56 honor students. Honor students are those who had attained a 3.5 or above average for 24 or more semester hours during the academic year of 1961-62. USF Greetings to Student Body Two years ago in my words of welcome to our Charter Class, I reminded you of your responsibility to help set the tone and establish the reputation of the University of South Florida. I said-"We are perform ing under a spotlight, for the people of all Florida are interested intensely in what we do here." Even I could hardly imagine then how true these words would prove to be. We have been visited, we have been watched, we have been weighed, we have been investigated. We have been through trying times , but I say in all sin cerity that I am proud of our record of progress and achievement, and of the students' contribution to that record. You have exhibited maturity, loyalty, and understanding. As we begin our third year, I invite our freshman class to join us as we continue to engage in the search for knowledge and understanding of truth and wisdom and goodness. Our task is to involve every one of our students in a search for personal answers to the funda mental questions of life; not to provide the answers, but to expose you to the questions, to give you re sources which you may bring to bear on these ques tions, and finally, to encourage you to use your own intelligence in confronting and resolving ethical prob lems. •staff members donned their academic robes for the occas sion and made the Processional to the background accompani ment of the USF Band with Gale L. Sperry, assistant profes sor of music, conducting. The band members returned to cam pus last week to practice for this event. The invocation and benedic tion were given by Rev. John B. Dickson, pastor of lhe First Presbyterian Church of Tampa. Honor Citations Dr. Allen presented the hon or students individually with engraved citations for their out standing academic work. He then presel)ted a large medal lion to Stanton D. Sanson of Miami Beach for "Distinguished Service to Higher Education in Florida." Sanson is chairman of the Scientific and Technical Higher Education Committee of In Contest The University of South Florida shall remain dedi cated to helping you to understand your place in the By WING PREODOR design of life, to find direction for your life, and to It is traditional for the best university students to develop intellectual and spiritual leadership for to-Little Man On Campus PLANS FAVOR TRIMESTER Fraternal Societies Schedule Rush Days BY SARAH CALDWELL spend their Junior year abroad. USF is entering its third morrow's world-your world. The world has never b een more in need of educated men and women than T t th t d h d ' t d t d t 1 d T University of South Florida year this fall and the all-university events calendar will 0 mee e s eppe up sc e -1s u esmng o P e ge. 0 may be as the feature programs from and about other countries so that it is today. Let us build together for tomorrow's world, ule of Trimester, the council of be ellg1ble for rush a student 'flP,hhng clesert rats. come the entire university can spend its "Junior yeai abroad, disciplined minds, c;ensitive hearts. lives with purpose Fraternal Societies has formu-must be at least a _second-October, when the mascot con-, . • , . . , d ng d . , S' doing we shall build . great . semester freshman Wlth an test will have been completed. Eleven of the. 33 sche?an m<:am ' an 1 , v ' ' c:t lated an entuely new rush average of 2.0 or better. uled for the first tr1mester wdl. university. Let us erform well-for ourselves-and system. Attendance at the first con-Plans I-or the u c F • spotlight foreign countries. The for the community, state, and nation. B b B b' CFS 'd t d formulated by the Umversity I esta university gallery exhibition for JOHN s . ALLEN 0 0 ler, preSI en ' vocauon IS man atory, as regula-Center Program Council, who 1 September, en tilled "New Wa-said that the new system will be t ions, procedures and qualifica!iSked by the Stude_nt A_stercolors From France," shows President advantageous from the standwill be discussed at this SOCIatlon to take the proJect 10 1 p a inti n g s and Gouaches by point of time as well as interest. I forms and fees hand. We 0 es young French painters (b 0 r n ., h d I Ru,sh begins Wednesday, Sept. will be collected at a CFS rush An. abortive attempt at c m since 1920). Campus Dal y Sc e u e Dr. JOHN ALLEN 12. At this time a convocation reception on Sunday, Sept. 16. cho?smg a mascot occured 1 8 Countries Represented R sh f t d ll durmg the fall semester of 1960. . . . • . i'JONDAY. SEPT. 10 will be held in the TA for all u ee IS wo 0 ars. At that time many suggestions s d Sept. 20. a Bnt1sh f1lm CR_JChN t• 9 00 p.m. Beta west 1 uc2oo the Florida Council of 100. Informal parties begin Mon-were made rsuch as desert rats tu ents III) Will be Eight 0 ICes Nr UC203 Fronting the medallion is a day, Sept. 17. All parties begin .and camels) but since these dtffel'ent countnes w1ll be . Women-Residence replica of the USF seal, a larger F" t C D at 7 p.m. and end at 9 p.m . t t' h th USF resented during the fall includ-Items for Compus Nottces should be Students CH106 version of the small medallions lfS enter anCe During this time rushees are cahmt; a1 a w en e h ing a ballet from the Nether-sent to Campus Publications c / o uc CH203 given to all members of the T B H ld S d expected to visit all of the sociep ysJCa environment was rat er By VIRGINIA MONTES 1 d J f'l 252 by noon each Wednesday for tbe TUESDAY, SEPT. 1l charter class in 1960. 0 e e atUf ay ties of their sex and to secure uncultivated they were termed C d an s, a apanese 1 m, an ex, f ll M d 1: !5 p.m. Young Democrats UC205 Th 1 dd f th ta d h t I f h . t d t ti' d h 1 d The University enter hibition of Swedish painters, a 0 on ay. . 5:30 p.m. Circle K Organization UCI67 e prmclpa a ress o e Saturday night, Sept. 15, the as rope S ee as proo o t eir 6 sa re an 5 e ve .' h its are extendmg Russian film, dance and music 6:30 p.m. Arete UC264 morning was given by Dr. Wil-first of the weekly Center visit. The same procedure will concern ove1 t e the trad1t10nal Open House from Thailand-a German Film sonnel, the following persons are availWEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12 liam Hugh McEniry, dean of dances will be held. The Ball-continue Tuesday night. Invitaof a mascot a come to all new and a lecture by Fritz Friedmanri Prlgc 1:25 p.m. TAT the university, Stetson, and room is the place, and music tions to formal parties will be direct. result o_f the students at. lhe Fnday Fall entitled "Germany 1 0 0 k s at Miss Virginia Getch . other notary pub "f'ALL FIESTA" u.c. was sung at the close of the pro-Holiday will be featured, the 20. Parties will run from 6.30. • . tures IJCs on the campus who w1sh to be 3 p m to 5 p m Dance UC248 f' t f th S d g The University Center Com-ginning of each tnmester, Usted in Sunscreen should contact the 4:oo p:m: to s:oo p:m: Tourna-gram. The song was composed ll'S 0 e un ay evenm 9:30 p.m. each night. mittee in charge of the mascot serves as a get-acquanited fun Another new fea_ture oi the News Bureau tAD 2035, ext. 182>. . ments Recreation Room by R. Wayne Hugoboom, asso-film series. Jim Wharton is in Dress for formal rush parties contest has formulated some time for old and J?ew students; bevents tthls yea:. Wlll 7 '00 p.m. ciate professor of music at USF, charge of arrangements. Admis-consists of coat and tie for men, tentative rules. Chairman Don thiS semester It IS under the e one or wo ec ures a tum.esing hours during the fall trimester: 7:30 p.m. uc248 last year. sion is 2 5 cents. heels and dressy dresses for Gordon released these sugges direction of Jan Jones Hospi-ter llsted under the headllne 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through 9:00p.m. to 12:00 p.m. Honor Students women. t l't c 'tt h ' "Know Your un1vers1ty " The Thursday, 8 a.m. to s p.m. Fr1day tions: a 1 Y omm1 ee c a1rman. . . .. and Saturday; and 2 to 10 p.m. Dance UC Ramp . Bids will be issued and Dance First Event f1rst of these wtll be The j Sunday. 9:30 p.m. u.c. Closet USF's 56 honor st udenls are: gor, Paul Me1ssner Jr., accepted or declined on Satur-ols A matinee dance in the ball-President Reports," Oct. 9 , by WORK-STUDY FOLDERs-An. fac-SATURDAY, SEPT. 15 David Allen, Harold Ashford, Mendoza, , Don a 1 d_ NanklVll, day, Sept. 21, at noon. Most entries may be submitted by any room will kickoff the opening Dr. John S. Allen. The second 9 ,00 p.m. Dance uc248 Barbara Bennett, James Bled-Thomas 0 Kelley, Lmda Owen. societies will hold pledge parties resident of the state. program with the Glades prowill be "The Years Ahead," Study Cooperative Program file folder SUNDAY, SEPT. 16 soe, Robert Borrell, Gerald Steven Perunko, Juhan Piper, following bidding. 2. An.v member of the Student As-viding the music from Nov. 29, by Dr. Sidney J. 3:00 p.m. council of Brandon, Buell, Julian CanPoe Jr. , JoAnn Any questions about the ruslt 5:30 p.m. Tournaments m b1l-French, dean of academiC af-ext. I_72 or _173, and. the folder with 7 ,00 p.m. UC248 non, Mrs. Mtldred Case, Oscar R1chard Rahn, Robert R_heimsh , program will be answered at the have worked in the contest are ex liards table tennis and bridge fairs. matenals will be dellvered. Holiday" TAT Clyatt Jr., Mrs. Melody Dee, Harvey Rosen, Mrs. Judith Ros-convocation Wednesday Sept eluded. b ' t 4 ' d t Th "Me t th A th r" s r s ATTENTION ADVISERS -All stu ------------------Jacqueline Diaz, Robctt Dough-encrantz, Edward Sandtner, Rob-12 ' • 3 Submitted suggestions must have egin a p.m. an. con Inue . e . e e U O e. le dents desiring to join the Work-Study an explanation in 40 words or less to 6 o'clock. Trophies are to Will contmue Oct. 3 when RichCooperative Ptol,!'ram or get. full .in Young DemOS To Meet erty, Mrs. Rose English, Ann ert Schultz, Michael Scussell, the name would be ap be presente?to the winners at ard or of Francis, Daniel Garcia, Sandra Stephen Shannon, Gerald The Tampa T"m S 4 • All names must be mailed to the the conclusiOn of Open Hou s e. seven novels m the field of value, should attend a meeting ex Young Democrats will meet Gilley, Donald Gordon, RegiSkelly, Carlisle Smith, Mrs. I e University center Program councll Caricature drawing, suspense and adventure, will be Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1:15 p.m. in nald Hardwick; Frederick HelDo1is Souders, John Springer, c / o the University Center. by the talents of Les S1lva and on campus. CH 100. Please advise interested stu-UC 205. All new students in wig, Sarah Johnston, Sherra Philip Stitt, Vernon Stokes, Editor .. .. .. ....... Lo11ise Stewart 1sher?usteh wilfltalso be takd-Ttshe 1?1 n1 g_ lis1t dof musical cobnmeeting. Advisers are terested in government and pol-Jones, Mrs. Jane Keegan, Wil Mary Taylor, Mrs. Juanita Warpostmark will determine the winner. mg p ace 1n ,, e a ernoon, an,, cer w_1 1r:c u , e programs y CAMP EDITION-Copies of the Cam itics are invited to attend and liam Klay, Mrs. Judith Lorrier, ner, Juanita Waters, Harold iUontes, sarah Caldwell. Wing Preodor. at 8 P m Roman Iroliday th t b d ho meet .current members of the Donald McCr1'mmon . JI'., Nancy WI'ckersham, and Michelle Future Issue. or tke CAliiPUS EDITION The contest will -open Sept. 1o, ., , e umvers1 Y s an , c rus, pus Edition of The Tampa Times will . 111 b d d b 1 h 1 t' 1962• Wl.th suggestt'ons accepted the movie featuring Audrey orchestra and quartet. be on campus at aMpprdoxi club. MacGillivray, Donald MacGre-Young. ora ory sec •ons H pb 'n he Academy Th' . ' 1 . Th maey u.: noon every on ay _______ ___ until midnight Sept 23 On e urn. 1 . 1 . lS lS on Y a preview. e meet. A carrier will deliver S t 25 'h ' SA E ti Award-wmnmg role Will be events calendar is full. Printed cop1es to all adminlstr11tive offices as ep . , "' e xecu ve shown _ f tl 1 t h d well as to a central d1stnbuhon polnt Council will select 15 semi-final. . coptes o 1e comp e e sc e -in most main buildings including the : b "Accent on Dress" Wlll h1gh-ule are available at the informa'Chemistry. asts to e voted on n_ext day light the next portion of this t d k . th UC th Ad Life Umvers1ty and by the Student t:he . . . 10n es s m e • e the two res1dence haUs. Admm1•trahve . . ' fun-filled day, provided Wlth building and the Library oHices not receiving delivery, and faculty, and the umvers1ty staff. the cooperation of Rena Anti-M t ' f th t ' desiring such, should.!!hone ext. 269 or T d ft th f . . . OS o e even s programs send a request '" wnhng to Dr. Albert wo ays a er e 1rsl non, FashiOn and Talent Com-are open free of charae to stuadviser, office of Campus voting, Sept. 28, voters will mittee chairman. This special dents staff and the public With Publ1cations, uc ss. choose the _DSF . mascot fr?m half-hour will feature the Prothe of a few are the five highest rankmg gram . Board !dembers.. each held in the TA. Because of cine inoculations wlll be given staff fmaltsts. modehng a particular attire, ap11-ml'ted seall'ng fact'li'ties re-members by the. student Health Cen t f th d C t ter. The inoculatiOns are scheduled to Umvcrsrty Center personnel e or e en er served tickets for all presenta-be given between 1 and 4 p .m. on expect the eontest scope to inactivities held durmg the se-tions will be available No tick-Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 11 and elude the entire state. Many mester. . ets will be required lectures entries are expected from per-A Ramp Stamp dance Will and forums to come to the fourth floor or the sons not connected with the uni-climax "Fall's Fiesta." The . versity, Velvets Will be featured from Off.c.als Feel N through z. on Wednesday, Sept. 12. Pr. f th f' f' l' ts 9 to 12 midnight, and the dress BIENNIAL REPORTS A limited tzes. or e Ive IDa IS is casual. During the intermis-number of copies of the University's ere bemg collected at the sion a reception in the Closet En h I. t. Btenmal Report (1960-62) were. sent to time. Although the list will' provide refreshments fo; cep a I IS wee:;; not yet complete, two Qf the all those attending the dance. Unll•kely Here may pick one up in the News Bureau. finest yet '()ffered are an ex-Membership Drive FINA.L EXJ!.M GRADES-:Gra_des for pensive typewriter and a tTip to Friday also marks the begin-Dr. Robert L. Egolf, director r't;i Nassau, ning of the annual Univer--3:50 stated. 9 .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. .. -1.:00-4:45 • h 1 • lf Evening Classes-no change. 'Nevert e ess, 'said Dr. Ego , WORK-STUDY STUDENTS -Those "the university has initiated as now on work period should return their a precautionary measure a conaddress and assignment card immedi trol program to eradicate, inso-ately to Work-Study Office. WORK STUDY STUDENTS -All far as possible, the mosquitoes work-Study students returning to cam-which tranSmit the diseaSe frOID a its environs." (free hour) Tuesday, Sept. 11, in Dr. Egolf also stated the Uni-UC167. • • versity Health Center will conFRESHMEN Freshmen and trans tinue to keep itself informed th,;; until such time as the outbreak either January, May , or next Sep o f encephalitis in Pinellas Coun-. ty is suppressed, office, AD1070, Ask for Mrs. Brlngger • ABOUT PUBLICATIOKS , COFFEE, AND THAT KIND OF THING -USF Photo Dr. Albert T. Scroggins, associate professor of journalism and new advisor to Campus Publications, gets acquainted with four fotmer editors of the Campus Edition of THE TAMPA TIMES-Wing Pre odor, Bill Blalock, Sarah Caldwell, and Louise "Scoop" Stewart (left to right). The occasion was a coffee honoring Scrog gins and giving returning USF journalists and prospective journalism students a chance to meet the new pro fessor. Scroggins' office is located in the basement of the UC across from the Recreation room-UC 58, Campus Publications.

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t T1J'E TAMPA TIMES, Monday, 10, 1962 Deaths in the Tampa Bay Area, Elsewhere PIETRO NOTO Pietro Noto, 69, of 2306 8th Ave., died yesterday morning at his residence. A native of Italy, he had been a resident of Tampa for 52 years. He was ass o c i a t e d with c i g a r factories. He was a member of Club Italia. Mr. Noto is sur vived by his widow, Mrs. Jose phine Noto, Tam pa; two daughters, Mrs. Jim Pardo, T a m p a, Noto and Mrs. Joseph Ferrante, Clearwater; one son , Alfonso Noto, Tampa; four brothers, Joseph, Luigi, Vitale and Frank Noto, all of Tampa; and nine grandchildren. JOSEPH F. MURPHY JR. Joseph F. Murphy Jr., 44, of 316 E. Frances Ave., died Saturday morning in a local hospital. A native of Philadelphia, Pa., he had beoen a resl dent of Tampa for the last 13 years. Mr. Murphy was a vet eran of World War II, and a member of the Palm Avenue Baptist Church and Local Union Earl Sands, News Editor, Dies at 54 Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Mathews Funeral Home in St. P e t e rsburg for Dorrance E a r 1 Sands, news editor of The Trib une. Mr. Sands died Saturday n i g h t at a hosW,tal in St. P e t sburg two days after undergoing sur gery. He was 54. A native of Montgomery .... :. Ala., Mr. Sands Sands had hem employed by The Tribune Co. for 16 years. He had been news editor for the past 12 years. . Mr. Sands also doubled for many years as classical phono graph record critic for the newspaper. His column, "On The Record," appeared every Sunday. He was a veteran of World War II and served in the U.S. Army as an infantry captain . He worked on newspapers in St. Petersburg before coming to The Tribune in 1946. Pre vious to that he worked on papers in northern states. Mr. Sands is survived by his widow, F r ances. They resided at 2351h 20th Ave. S., St. Petersburg. E. AUSTIN ELLIS, N.D. Physician Announces Opening of His Offiee For-NonSurgicat Treatment of PROSTATE, HERNIA & HEMORRHOIDS 116 5. HOWARD Ph. No. 1207. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Hulda Murphy of Tampa; two sons, Joseph F . Murphy III, and Patrick E. Murphy, both of Tampa. ROBERT M. TUTEN Robert M. Tuten, 71, of 2210 Highland Ave., died Saturday in the Veterans Hospital, Bay Pines. A native of Georgia, he had been a resident of Tampa for the past 12 years. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the 'Methodist Church. He is .survived by his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Tuten of Tampa. MRS. ROSE GALARZA Mrs. Rose Giglia Galarza, 51, of Juarez, Mexico, died there Thursday. A native o Tampa, she had resided in Juarez for over 30 years. She is survived by her father, Gaetano Giglia, Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Lilly Di Bona, Tampa,and three brothers, Angelo Giglia, Tampa, Joe Giglia, Chiefland, and Miami; three daughters, Pauline Seago; Flora Seago and Lois Darlene Seago, all of Tampa; his mother; two brothers, Obie K. Seago, Tampa; K. C. Seago , Wauchula; two sisters, Mrs. Nettie Yereb, Tampa, and Mrs. Lola May Moody, Beaumont, Texas. ROBERT M. TUTEN BAY PINES CSpeciall-Rob ert Monroe Tuten, 71, World War I veteran, died yesterday at Veterans Hospital here. A na tive of Alpan County, Ga., Tu ten lived at 2210 Highland Ave., Tampa for the past 20 years coming from Georgia. He was a salesman and a member of the Methodist Church. Survi vors include his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Tuten, Tampa. JUAN M. PORTO tist Church, where she served many years in the nursery. She is survived by her husband, James F . Shell Sr., Tampa; four sons, R. L. Shell, Cleveland, Tenn. , E . L. Shell, Douglas, Ga., and J. F. Shell Jr. and D. G . Shell, both of Tampa, . eight grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. RAYMOND HICKS Raymond W . Hicks, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Hicks of 42:1.7 W . Flora Ave., died Saturday in a local hospi tal. Besides his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Donna Marie and Dorothy Jean Hicks, and grandparents, Mrs . Hattie Spivey and Mr. and Mrs. R. W . Fulford, all of Tampa. MRS. MAMIE MOORE Mrs. Mamie Knight Moore, 84, of 2302 Florida Ave., died Juan Miguel Porto, 62, of yesterday in a Tampa hospital. '3115 La Salle St.! died Su?day A native of Knights Statibn, in a Tampa hosp1tal. Surv1vors she had been a life-long resident include one daughter, Mrs. of Hillsborough County. Mrs. Onelia Garcia, and one son, Moore was associated with the Johnny Porto, both of Tampa, Tampa Abstract and Title Co. and seven grandchildren. for over 40 years. She is sur Frank Giglia, Lakeland. MRS. GERALDINE EATON vived by her husband, William J. Moore, Tampa. SANDRA JO REDMOND Mrs. Geraldine Hagin Eaton, 52 of 802 W. Virgini-a Ave., Sandra Jo Redmond, 13-T;mpa, died yesterday in ArFuneral Notices month-old daughter of Mr. and cadia. A native of Americus, Ga., Mrs. William Re.dmond, 3111 she had resided in TamP,a for Cherokee Ave., yesterday several years. She is survived Swann Ave .. resident of Tampa for in a Tampa hospital. Other su_rby her husband Robert 'Harry vivors include a brother, .W1l-Eaton, T.ampa; n e daughter, Wednesday morning at 9:30 a.m. at liam Redmond, Tampa; a s1ster, Mrs. Sally Cavey, Kissimmee; N:;.e Teresa Redmond, Tampa, and two brothers, . Glenn C . Hagin offered for the repose of his soul by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mack P. Hagin, both of w1i1 J . D. Foles, Lutz, and Mr. and Tampa; one sister, Mrs. J. HUI' Cemetery. Pallbear ers wlll be Mrs. Jason Redmond,. Tampa. Brennan, Tampa; her mother, Mr. H.-rrY Baya, Mr. H. J . Mean. Mrs. Lillie Hagin, Tampa, and An:J;1 CHARLES LONG J h. s M h R Charles H. Long, 66, o.f 7005 one grandson. held u.ree;day d t d p .m. at Marsica'no Funeral Home, N. Orleans Ave., die yes er ay LONNIE LETCHWORTH 4040 Henderso n Blvd. An honor guard in a Tampa hospital. He was a Lonnie P . Letchworth, 67, for the Rosary service will be fur-native of Washington C?.urt-of 9314 Nebraska ave., died yes.. house, Ohio, and had resided terday in a Tampa hospital. A gree, Knights of Columbus, and all in Tampa for 20 years. Before native of Brooksville , he had reretiring he was employed by sided in Tamp-a for 45 years. his wife, Mrs. Josephine Frese Boy t e; the Super Test Oil Co . SurvivHe is survived by his wife, Mrs. ors include his wid ow , Mrs. Mary Letchworth, Tampa; two t'iil:; Reba A. Long, Tampa; three sons', Preston and Wiley LetchBoyle. Hollywood, Fla.; thre e aunts, sons, R. C. Long, Memphis, J. worth, both of Tampa; one sisR. Long, Dayton, O hiq, and J. F. ter, Mrs. Mary Cornett, Seffner; onver, Augusta, Ga. ; . one Long, U.S. Navy, Jacksonville; two brothers, Rufus .and Fred-Frank Bar ragan, Ga. a daughter, Mrs. Peggy Brun-erick Letchworth, both of Tam ton, Arlenton; Va.; a stepson, pa; three sjsters, Mrs. MarY James Boatman, Tampa: a stepWalker, Mango, and Mrs. Bon daughter, Mrs. L. A. Martin, nie Smith and Mrs. Sallie Bou t Tampa; two sisters, Mrs. Bar-well, both of Tamp-a, and one bara Sisson, Tampa, and Mrs. grandchild. Mary Miller, Dayton, Ohio; three brothers, Ray Long, Bob ROBERT PARKER MOORE, MRS. MA:MTE K.-Funeral services for Mrs. Mamie Kni ght Moore, 84, o 2302 Florida Ave., will be conducted Wednesday morning at 11:00 o'clo<:k from the Chapel of the Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, with tbe Rev. M . Ralph Fisher, the pastor of the Palma Ceia Christian Churcb, officiating. Inter ment will be In the Myrtia Hill Cemetery, Long and William Long, all of Robert A .. Parker, 50 , of Dayton, and 12 grandchildren. Ola Ave., yesterda:( m a--:-----------Tampa hosp1tal. A nahve of ERNEST ZEIDLER Georgia, he had been a resident MURPHY, JOSEPH F . JR.-Fune ral services for Mr. Joseph F. Murphy Jr., 44, o 316 E. Frances will be Sammon G o m pan y Funeral Home, w ith the Rev. Harold W . W arner, the pastor of the Palm Ave nue Baptist Church officiating. In. terment will be in the Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Ernest N. Z e i d 1 e r, 76, of of Tampa for 37 years. Mr. 11311 Marjorie, died yesterday Parke r was a cigar inspector at his residence. A native of and was a member of the Ar Watertown, Conn., he had re-menia Baptist Church. He is sided in Tampa for 10 years. He survived b y his widow, Mrs. is survived by two sons, Ernest Johnnie B. Parker, Tampa; four W. Zeidler, Tampa, and Ander-sons, Marvin, Daniel, Timot h y son Zeidler, Hamden, Conn.; and Kenneth Parker, all of _N_O_T_O_,_P_JE_T_R_O __ -R=-o-s_a _ ry _s-e r -v-ice_s_f,.-or two daughters, Mrs. Sarah Eyer-Tampa; two daughters, Mrs. Mr. Pietro Noto, 69, of 2306 8th Ave., ly and Mrs. Frances Millard, Barbara Edenfield and Miss will be said Monday evening at 8:00 both of Tampa; 10 grandchildren Veldadean Parker, both of and 10 great-grandchildren. He Tampa; one brother, Cecil Parkwas a member for 56 years of er, Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. at 9:30 from the Most Holy Name Tow nsend Lodge 89, LOOF, of Ellie Jobe, Tampa, Mrs. Leone Waterbury, Conn. Stanley, Albany, Ga., and Mrs. 4:00 from the Wilson Sammon Com WILLIAM P. SEAGO Levonia Lopez, Quincy, Fl.a., and four grandchildren. Daniel E. Gil, Nick Muley, Jr., John BAY PINES (Special)WilPaul Seago, 48;World War MEDA SHELL ary, Joseph Muley, Toney Muley, r II veteran, died Friday night Mrs. Med1,1 A. Shell, 76, of Mike Muley, Vito Muley, Martino at Veterans Hospital here. A 2905 N. Bou,levard, died Satur-t'::1;,eJ, LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEMS native of Moultrie, Ga., Seago day in a local hospital. A native Marcbette, Peter Costa, Toney Scag. lived at 111 Gilchrist Ave., of Coghill, Tenn., she was a AI Note, AI F. Noto, and Tony Tampa for lhe past 30 yeats He former resident of -------------was a well driller and a mem-Tenn., and moved to Hames her of the Baptist Church. SurCity some 30 years ago, then vivors include two sons, George to Tampa. Mrs. Shell was a S. Seago, Tampa; Roy Seago, member of the Riverside Bap3631 S. DALE MABRY HWY. TAMPA 9, FLORIDA Telephone Us • Tampa 831 PRE-FALL-LIMITED TIME Auto Bake Mobile tnfra 'Red Ovens contain the same fea. ture s as production-line equipment used by leading auto mobile manufacturers . • . assure you of satin-smooth, hard-as-rock finishes everY time . . The motorized tunnel is designed to follow tne contour of the car body, drYing and curing the newly painted f ini&h all the way through. Complete heating prevents "bubbles" and '1flaking, u DIAMOND GLOSS NEYER RE9UIRES POLISHING You've heard a lot about quality ••• read a lot about economY . . . but let us explain just what these two words mean when you buy an Econ-o-Paint Job • • • they mean that, in addition to the finest materials and workmanship, the most modern colors, and a one-year guar ... antee a g a i n s t fading and peeling, an Econ ... o Paint Job gives you "the •xtra oride of a new car ride.'' That's why Econo Paint Jobs look better than paint jobs costing much more. INCLUDES SANDING AND MASKING *No Money Down Terms To Suit You VARIETY OF CLOSE-OUT COLORS oNE (1} DAY SERVICE • In By 9 Out By 5 . 20/o OFF_ ON ALL BODY WORK THIS WEEK ONLY We Specialize in Repairing Rusted Out Panels BIG DISCOUNT ON ALL UPHOLSTERING OPEN SUNDAY 3 TO 5 P.M. OPEN DAILY 7:30 A.M. TO 6 P.M. *NOTICE: FREE TAXI SERVICE IN CITY LIMITS ECON-0 AUTO PAINTING 1521 GARCIA AVE. DriYe In or Call for Appoint. • Blks. North of Fair Grounds, 1 Block 1:. of North Blvd. PH. 254-8501 PARKER, ROBERT A.-Funersl 8erv ices for Mr. Robert A. Parker, 50, of 3001 Ola Ave.. will be conducted Tuesday morning at 11:00 o ' clock from the Cbapel of tbe Wilson Sam mon Company Funeral Home, with the Rev. C. R. Murphy, the pastor of the State Highway Baptist Church officiating, assisted by tbe Rev. Milan J. Gowing, the pastor of the Palm River Baptist Church. Interment will be in the Orange Hill Cemetery. REDMOND, MISS SANDRA JO Fu neral services for Miss Sandra Jo Redmond, 13 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Redmond, 3111 Cherokee Ave. will be held at 10:00 o'clock Tuesday morning at the Jennings Funeral Home, cor. of S14W and Nebraska Ave., with inl(. Interment will be in Mydle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery. SHELL, MRS. MEDA A . -J<'uneral serv ices for Mrs. Meda A. Shell, 76, of 2905 N. Boulevard, will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at . 2 :00 o'cloc k pastor officiating. Interment will be m the Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Ar rangcments are In charge of the Wil so n Sammon C om p a n y Funeral Home. Pallbe ar ers will be: A. E. McLendon, C. W . McLendon, R. D. Jones, S. s. Swett, James H. Mc Gehee and David Anderson. THE TAMPA TIMES l'•bllohed e e a I a 11 • Malld&J tbnnal(b Saturday by Tbe Tribune Compaay from Tbe Tribune Build clan matter at &be Pool Otflee al Tampa, Florida, under lbe Acl of Mareb 3, 1879 . Subscription Raho: By carrier .. 11.101 oae year Sl$. 60. 811bsorlpUon payable ill a4uace, Member of A ... oelatecl Pruo . Me111bcr ot .ludi l Bu .... of Clr-oalaUoll. ART in STEAKS Cock tail& Served A.ll Major Cr edit Card1 M on.-Sat . 5-12; Sun. 5-10:30 p,m. BERN'S STEAK HOUSE South Howard Phone 253-9302, 252-3881 • Blka. N. Ba:rabore RoJ&l Bote! SHOP SATURDAY 'TIL 5:3() P.M. 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