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Sunny, Boy Fair through Tuesday. Winds 10-20 m.p.h. High today 62. Low tonight 40. High Tuesday 68. SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR-No. 307 TH E TAMPA TIMES TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1961 University Of South Florida Campus Edition PRICE FIVE CENTS FLOR\DA STATE FA\R ( Visual Arts Class Studying Local Artists' Techniques Russian Lady From Lutz Is First Guest Speaker By TISH GABEL m ID To round out their semester's studies, Dr . John V. Blackwell's Introduction to ALL ELIGIBLE FOR PRIZES Visual Arts class be en learning about Tampa ' s artists, amateur and profesf\ sional. Each student was responsible for finding out the background and special art of one local artist. First guest speaker, Jan. 11, was Mrs. Barbara Bachoizeff, a Rus1.' pI an s f 0 r state I ,., F . s h u Australia and later to Canada % where she continued painting s k D • • ..• :_:.I._l,,. . aIr ape p I par ,ISCUSSIOns "'' (!* depicting native Australian life i':';' it and pictures of the Canadians . . ... i Bits and pieces of the big, Line trains direct to the fair of the fair by a hibiscus ex@ While visiting the visual arts h For (who or I assistant professor of English. . d f.t class, she briefly attempted to aven a en e or per aps Group 20 is not a group with ..... all-new, all-different Flori a siding were announced by hibition and judged show, .7, one should say participated) in J . . ... if State Fair began to fall into J. C. Hu ghey, general pas-under auspices of the Amerm demonstrate some of the tech"The Blue Room Group," this a bm1ted membership, mstead, place today , only eight days senger agent, for the Gasican Hibiscus Society, and W tgastel\ 1 a article is for you. 1 it's open to any and all students •• .• :: before its opening Feb. 7, parilla Pirate Parade and Infrequently changed artistic ill e presen Thke Blbue Room achf'vitieds are and _at the_ .. : for 11 days and nights of vas ion on Monday, Feb. 13 .. f 1 ower arrangements by On Jan. 16, the class con tin-spar ed y a group stu Anyone wlshmg to JOin m 1 s in-interest and entertainment. ser;ae r members of the Tampa Fed1.# ued their study by a field trip 1 called Group 20_. Th1s group 1s I vited to come to Room 168 one @ All over the 40-acre fairWinter Haven, Lake Alfred, eration of Garden Clubs. The to the Gallery run by Mrs. Ai, offlClally and has for of . the . coffee lounges. in the grounds and through 22 Auburndale, Lakeland and arran geme nts, all new, will l.(:: leen Soskis and Arnold's Shoe faculty adviser Dr. Sy Umverslty Center durmg the ;,;.r_( Plant City , arriving at the :( Store operated by Sol Arnold, !hours of 9-11 a .m. 2-4 p . m . N fair between 10:45 and 11:15 Industr1es, Tropl'cal Tampa ;} both in Ybor City. Monday through Fnday. Little Man on Campus ........ ''"' men was quickening. ew ... A f f h' :;:,'; SI g ns went up, flowers bea.m., and leaving Tampa beand Tampa's Bright Future, % Mrs. SoskiS . teaches art as I eros pace The mam unction 0 t IS r-=_,_.r .. : ... '.,-'. tween 5 and 5. p.m. P..?. •. well as managmg the Gallex-y > gan to grow, and a carload also in an accredited exbibi,, group is to stimulate open , inof t ion. Electrical Show artist: L in mittee, reported a "sellout" fJ his paintings on the ectu re activities is folk song singing. p E ExhIbit Goes . . ,, of barn space for t he more l!> his shoe store. He is a student Many of the students who par: For the first time in the than 500 purebred beef and neering, a new }.\E of Tampa's Joe Testa-Secca, deticipate in the Blue Room Group __ fair's 56 years. every person. dairy cattle to be shown with r: signer of the university murals . Sc h ed u I ed have an both folk young and old, will be eligdramatic Parades of Chamw Arnold prefers the more abOn at State Fa .I r : 'bl t cei ve pr1'ze money the first time in the enlarged .,.. d 0 11 D ,,, I e 0 re pions of both beef and dairy t,: stract rather than realistic art. music an Jazz. ccaswna Y r. 'i>: .. .,.., in the featured grandstand t Electrical Exposition . '"' H d d f t b t? .•• f..:.i.,:.i attraction, "Truth or Conses ock, a fat stock show and Thirteen Florida counties t': e recommen e ar Is s e Kahn has been seen playing the . . sale , a table beef contest H gin with realistic and progress guitar and singing M H ..,, @ quences," with Bob Barker, and a beef taste evaluation will be show ing the products t! to abstract graduall y changing A talk on the Aerospace Ac1 -• • By JOHN GULLETT :;o; emceed. giving awf.Y panel, all aimed at the develfarms, grfves and ranches M their purpose from portraying tivities at will I The physical education and intramural staff , working in con..• ... of to expressing a feeling r fn ap t. Robert USF Calendar present an all ,"_ be broadcast or telecast here, arts and crafts show, honey With something new and g On Jan. 19, Dr. Charles Hess, Thursday, Feb. 9, but will be changed at each exhibit, swine and poultry different daily, a schedule of @ assistant professor of art here in Science LeeGolf, tennis, chess and archery equipment will be shown m afternoon and night grandshows, youth participation major special events follows: h at the university, spoke to the ture Auditorium, F 3 w k along with the s ailing and rifle club exhibits. Demonstrations '*" stand perform?.ncc. in Future Farmers of Amer-Shrine Day and Parade-# class. His vi1;it W"ds highlighted Room S-100 . The or ee S Will be presented by university students. under the direction of Three Parades ica and 4-H Club activities Tuesday, Feb. 7. by a number of slides, examples lecture will be Thi . th 1 t "C Ed' the physical education instructors on the even hours of the day, f? Other top attractions will will be outstanding . International Orchid Show of his work. Dr. Hess prefers given at two dif. .. s IS e as from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. There will also be talks on projected pby. ;;:>: include three gala parades Three flower shows in 15 , Tuesday-Thursday , Feb. ill modern abstract art for his ferent times. The lion of the Tampa Times until sical education courses. tf; passing in r ev iew at the 000 sq uare feet of exhibition 7-9. ffl spare hours. He has done quite first talk will be Monday , Feb. 20, because MonSix showings of the 1956 Olympics and the inspiring film of .. ... ... .. '; __ .. 'i I Goals," are schedthe world's largest midway. February. An international ments-Feb. 10-18 . m Jan. 23 the class was visited Foster will ad-Jortant ones to remember: FOOTBALL OVER J. C. Huskisson, fair manaccredited orchid show, Auto Races-Wednesdays it by Joe Patrick and Mrs . Daisy dress the Math 4. With their 14-0 victory over the Desert Rats on Jan. 18 , the .. t.,'.! a _g ekr, t annolunced sOp on! l;lYt the _Wll est Cotalst and Saturdays, Feb. 8, 11, {I during the laboratory aanndd aSlclieonthceerCt_nlutebresteFdopsteerrsons. Jan. 31-F. English from 2 p.m. Gila Monsters finished the season with a spotless 7-0 record and .:, t I c e sa es were go-rc u ocie y, WI open 1e 15 and 18. W peno .. . . . . . Feb 1 Human Behavior from t d th f' t t al t h f tb 11 1 h !i:,: ing well," with a real pick-fair program, Tuesday, Future Farmers Day-Sati# Patnck 1 s a local commerctal The talk on the acbv1hes at -12 p.m. cap ure e Irs m ramur ouc 00 a eague c ampionup expected this week. He Wednesday and Thursday, urday, Feb. 11, t) artist. One of his largest works Cape Canaveral will include a I Feb. 2-Physical Science from ship at the univers ity . The Rats and the Mafia both finished .. ... ,'.,,::;,':'.:::. ' reminded that regular 75Feb. 7-10, with a display of Gasparilla Pirate Invasion is the 30-foot-tall eagle on the motion 1 pictuhre filmd act1 ':lal l 828_'141;:_ai Science from .. 2 T 8hweY1_tharee1_gthhteteoanmlys.finishers in the league : cent gate admissions are on countless specimen blooms and Parade-Monday, Feb. d Annheuser-Busch s ign . missile aunc es an 1 m c 1ps sale at the fairgrounds and and growing plants, in a 13. t! Mrs . Dais y Koenig, a student of test equipment. Feb. Education !rom Charles Yawn captained t he rugged Monster eleven. Other W at Walgreen's downtown breath taking setting of a Governor's Day-Tuesday, m of Joe and Wllham Capt. Foster is a grad uate of Feb. 4-EXAMS END TODAY. members of the championship club include : John Berry, Jerry : ' .r_,i,'.:i,i .. ,i Tampa store at a reduced Mediterranean formal garFeb. 14. \( Pachner, SJ.J?Ce 1956 , showed the Leon High School in Tallahassee Other dates: Goins, John Frist, Manuel vic t 0 ria, Manuel Balseira, Ray .. price of fiv e for $2.50. Grandden, d esigne d by Amos Car-International Day-Night M class a vanety of her artwork. and received hi s B.S. degree Feb. Graham, Jim Davis, Joe Campamore, Roger Weaver , and John ::t ::: Physical Plant Personnel ••• • !' Divided Into Five Groups in the second half for the Stars to pull ahead . With two min-students CAMPUS ROUNDUP utes to play the Stars took a temporary one-point lead, only to have the Rats snatch the hard-fought victory from their hands, 46-43. The Rats thus take the rail position in the still-young Have you been "cutting a few 0 L 0 b t I league with a 2-0 record. classes? ne ess s ac e In the only other action of the day, the Palma Ceia Punks Th e only rule for USF stu-downed the Flashes with an impressive 46-24 win . dents that is stated in any way All intramural action ceases this week because of-what' s is that they are expected to at-To Cam pus orlvl ng this?-exams. Play will resume in the basketball league Feb. 8, tend and participate in t h e i r when the Monsters take on the Rats at King High. The All-Stars The Physcial Plant Division, I livery, the telephone serv-the present time there are four classes . and Punks tangle on an adjoining court. of whic h Clyde Hill is director ice. . full time workers in the nurs-Instructors are asked to reARABS REORGANIZING . Another department is jamport students with excessive abBy CAROL MARTIN I classes are offered and will beengmeer, contor1al servfces;, with JoseP,h S. ery. Of t he plants presently on se nc es. "Excessive'' may be deUniversity of South Florida-gin Feb. 6 . The USF Bowling League is seekilig the of new ta1u s ftve departments. Dunn as supe;riilte ndent. This campus many were grown in the fined by one profe ssor as two The three corner intersection Stetson University-Two stuteams for second semester play. The team members w1ll number First is the utilities departdepal'tment is charged with nursery, some were donated and or three and by another as five beh i nd the U niversity Center dents have organized "Birthday four, rather than the former three. The mixed league reorgan-ment. Its superintendent is keeping the buildings clean and some were bought or six. has been changed from a twoEnterprises" which provides a izes Feb. 14 after a practice session by members. League play George A . Stephan. This neat. AI t h t t t Dr. Margaret Fisher, who is street stop to a one-street stop. cake and card to students who resumes at F lorida Lanes, Feb . 21, at 4:30 . partment takes care of the Still another section is the t' sho, rtanspkor afton in cblj.r_ge of absences , says that The State Road Department! are un ab l e to be home on their Faculty bowling resumes Tuesday Feb. 19. New teams are d rl Ion as mne rue s o vanous h ff' d d t f 11 1 d t h t b' thd o d d ' water, •. con itioi ng maintenance department., of types and a cargo D.ailer. er o 'ice 1 s es1gne no or ongma y P ace . e s op 1r ay. r ers are receive also needed in this leagu e. At this time there will be an indi-and other utlhttes. The camwhich Eal'l D. Henry is s upe rThe s u e r intend en t of of students, but as a on th e street but 1t was from the vidual handicap tournament, with a trophy presented to the pus has its own water system intendent. This department d . PC t L C serv1ce to them. by _the secr_etary and Jacksonvdle Umvers1ty-The winning player and central healing unit. Heat takes care of all the e lectrical Many students do not undercations that 1sn't decision to build dormitories on is piped from th:e buildpainting, carpentry, and . th 79 1 stand exactly what is expected eno ugh traff1c to J U Stify the the Arlinglon campus has been mg to all the buildmgs on caming jobs, and maintenance of ere are emp oyes. of them in They of traffic from both revealed by Carl s . Swisher, CONCERTS pus. I all bui-ldings . These various never been m a college situadrrectwns. chairman of the board of trus-The second is the sec u rities jo b s are done . on a charge ba sis. CampUS NotiCeS tion befo re. There upperTherefore, one of the signs! tees. The building should be and com munication department, The new maintenance build to explam the thmgs bas been removed and paint is completed by 1962 or early 1963. of which James D. Garner is I ing has just been completed. students interested in summer em1t 1s necessacy to do one being acquired to block-out the Florida Southern College_ superintendent T,his The building is situated next to ployment In the "i'tlonal parks may has cut a class. . " Stop" written on t h e street. I Eighty-four seniors were gradu ment is in of the police the power plant. 1 are man>: cases 10 Rollins College Dr. Edward a t ed in the First Methodist the security of buildThe grounds and transporta:::':nt whiCl_l a student misses a few Teller, world famous physicist, Church at Lakeland on Jan. 2 8 . and the reg1stratwn of ve-tlon department takes care of rangers, . naturaHsts, . historians, and meetmgs of a class, often for a will present an article on "Edu Of the graduates , 64 were Flor-Woodwind Quintet And Choir Debut hlcles. / land scaping, and very reason. He then cation for the Atomic Age" at idians . Also in this department comes of the grounds. Also, m thiS is 21. In •

2 TilE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, January 30, 1961 Air Force Colonel, T. E. Phillips, Dies Col. Terrell Edward Phillips, service in Australia, New 59, of 149 Bosphorus Ave., a re-Guinea and Philippines he was tired Air Force officer, died rotated to the States in 1945. Sunday afternoon At the conclusion of the war, in a Tampa hos-he was commissioned as a col-pita!. one! in the regular Air Force, A n a t i v e of and remained in service as dep-Hogansville, Ga., uty c hief of staff for personnel he bad lived in of the Tactical Air Command . T a m P a for the He was also chief of staff of past 18 months the Caribbean Air Command at since his retire-the Canal Zone. He attended the rnent. National War College, and was He was an hon-later transferred to USAF head-or graduate from quarters at the Pentagon. He the University of become controller of the Tac-Auburn, with a tical Air Command. and retired B.S. degree in Phillips in that position in 1959 . business administration a n d . . . was commissioned a s e con d hts retireme!lt, Col. .. -lAP Wirephoto) Deaths Elsewhere Temporary Tracks Skirt Derailment NEW IBERIA, La., Jan. 30 !A'I dent said, "it shook I ike an -Temporary tracks skirting the earthquake." wreckage today p e r m i t t e d WILLIAM JAMIESON PAPE Southern Pacif ic train traffic Two boxcars careened into a WATERBURY, Conn., Jan. 30 to bypass a pile-up of freight church parking lot. A lifesize !UPDWilliam Jamieson Pape, cars: . . statue of St. Peter was knocked 87, publisher of the Morning Nme cars derailed and s1x of over, but the $500,000 church, and Sunday Republican and the them overturned when a de-125 feet away, escaped damage. Evening Republican here, died I fective rail buckled . after 35 yesterday at St. Petersburg, Fla. cars of a drawn TAX RETURNS Pape, who started his career by four dlesel engmes, had LOW RATES in Waterbury in 1901, was pres-gone over the weak spot yester ident of American-Republican day. e FREE PARKING Inc., and chairman of the East-No was hurt but some of ern Color Print-Curtis Way Inc., the heavily-loaded 20,000 -pound which produces newspaper sup-cars p1led up dangerously close 2314 N. Dale Mabry Ph. RE 7-4660 plements. e NO WAITING LEACH TAX SERVICE WILLIAM C. MICKLE best bargains In OUr hiStdry. • • HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Jan. 30 !UPDEpi scopal funeral service will be held today for William C . Mickle, editor of the Hunts ville Times, who died Saturday at the age of 34. SPECIAL 30th ANNIVERSARY DISCOUNTS To show our appreciation for your support over the years ••• lieutenant in Officers Reserve Phtllit?s. ]omed Automab_c _MerCorps chnad1smg, Inc., as adrn1mstraOFF TO SEEK THE SANTA MARIA In JioTC he was cadet colonel president, Four U.S. Navy fliers walk across the rain-swept field at Belem , Brazil , toward A native of Anniston, Ala., Mickel collapsed during a work out at a local gymnasium. He was a Navy veteran and a grad uate of the University o.f Ala bama. Mickle also held a mas ter's degree in journalism from SONOTONE offers a S1000 commander of the An autopsy has been sched-their plane this weekend for a flight over the nearby Atlantic Ocean to keep track mfantry regtment and was ctted uled for today to learn the of the rebel-held Portuguese liner Santa Maria . Authorities are trying to ar'b.Y as a dis-cause of death. range a Brazil stop for the liner to allow the disembarkation of passengers tmgu1shed m1htary graduate. Col. Phillips was found in b e d caught in the international s ea drama . Columbia University. He is survived by his widow , a son and two daughters. LOULA D. LASKER by poli9 NEW YORK, Jan. 30 !UPDfuneral Notices Loula D . Lasker, 72, vice pres-vice president of Automatic She told police that he had not Merchandising Inc. here. He been ill , that her husband was was a member of the Men's in the garage working on the Club of the St. Andrew's Epis-electric clothes dryer before she copal Church. He took part in went to church. She told police various civic activities, in the she found him in bed, appar charnber of commerce, Kiwanis ently dead, when she returned Club, PTA, United Fund and home. March of Dimes. At Tampa General Hospital , Col. Phillips was called to a medical examiner, Dr. Fred active duty as a captain, OffiCollier, said he could not de cers Reserve Corp s in 1940 at terrnine the cause of death. MacDill Air Force Base. He was Col. Phillips is survived by base personnel officer,' base his widow, Dorothy; a daughter, executive officer, attended comMrs. Robert Leur Carter of Fort mand and general staff school McClellan, Ala. ; two sisters, at Ft. Leavenworth, returned to Mrs. W. E. Clark of Douglas MacDill at beginning of war, ton, N.Y ., and Miss Irene Phil advanced to deputy chief of lips of Hogansville, Ga. ; and a staff, was promoted to colonel, brother, Joe Phillips of Auburn. and sent to Australia as deputy Alabama. chief of staff of Australian Air Burial will be in Arlington Force Service Command. After National Cemetery, Virginia. ident of H a d as sa h, women's Deaths • 1n Tampa BELL, FRED ALLEN-Funeral serv Z!onist organizatiqn of America, ices lor Mr. Fred Allen Bell, age 84. dted Saturday. MRS. DESNEIGE M. SENESAC Naval Reserve, a member of of 715 E. Emma St.. who passed Mrs. Desneige M. Senesac, Auburn American Legion Post DR. JEROME T. SYVERTON 76, a resident of Municipal 20, Evanston, R.I., and a memNEW YORK, Jan. 30 !UPD Trailer Park, died Sunday ber of the Cranston, R.I. Epis-interment in woodlawn cemetery with Dr. Jerome T. Syverton, 53, morning at a Tampa hospital. copal Church. Survivors in-John D_arting Lodge No. 154, F&f.M head of the department of bac A resident of Tampa for 13 elude his widow, Mrs. Evelyn R. conducting services at the teriology and imm unology at years, she is survived by her Grayhurst; a daughter, Miss the U niversity of Minnesota, husband, Authur L. Senesac, Joan E. Grayhurst, both of Tam-BRANDT. ADAM HENRY-M r. Adam died here Saturday. Tampa; two sons, Donald Sepa; a sister, Mrs .. Elsie Laurit:::s'id ;."ho was stricken nesac, Clearwater Beach; Au-zen , Fresno, Call.; a brother, local hospital. Funeral services will while nd1ng m a taxi, wa s here thur Paul Senesac, Arlington, Raymond S. Gray hurst, and his to attend a of the So Tex. ; one sister, Mrs. Alice father, Thomas Grayhurst, both l!lount company Funeral Home, with c1ety for Cell B1ology at the Larocque, Kankee, Ill., and four of Warwick, R.I. the Rev. Jim Ellis, of the Rockefeller Institute. grandchildren. JULIAN F. KERSEY ADAM HENRY BRANDT Julian F. Kersey, 79, of Rt. Garden of Memories Cemetery. PaiJ.II bearers will be Charles Crosson, Charles Windsor, Buddy P ortervent, Earnest Hinson, Roy Gramlin and Vasco Prine. Carl's Roofing Adam Henry 91, of 6, Box 303, died Friday after d 1 e d Saturday noon at a Tampa hospital. He mght. A native of Chamb_ers-had lived in Tampa since 1925 -----------F1ee Estimates DISCOUNT on the latest "66" and "410" Binaural Eyeglass Models LOOK YOUR BEST • HEAR YOUR BEST S1750 Discount on "400" alr-cooductlon and "500" bona-conductio• Binaural Eyeglm Model s either Famous Sonotone Hearing A ids At DlscouotJ up to S6450 THIS OFFER GOOD F O R LIMITED T IME ONl VI VIsit you• local Sonotone office or call for home appointmlll See Us on TV Ch. 8, 6:59 P.M. Monday Hell Laughed burg, Pa., Mr. Brandt had lived and was with the Tampa Trib-. Roofs & Remodelling in Thonotos_assa the past une circulation for 10 years. He WEbster 5 • 9745 210 Wallace S. Bldg. 0 t fB • Phone 2 3508 ANNUEL JANUERY 1 STAKE SALE Bring this ad and • save a big I c on any stake in the howse. From 2.70. Cocktaih All Major Credit Cardt Honored BERN'S STEAK HOUSE Open wer')' cLr, ar 5 P.M. 1208 S. Howard Ph. 8-8302 or 82 U 0 e1 ng, widow, Mrs. Stella Bran dt; a He is survived by his widow, wt!!o G h S daughter, Mrs . Helen Thomas, Mrs. Ella W. Kersey Tampa wiison Sammon Funeral Home, with ra am ays b t h f Th t f r ' ' Rev. Henry G. M. Wolter, pastor of o C? ono osassa, o u two sons, Rufus A . Kersey, Orthe Zion Lutheran Church. Missouri ST PETERSBURG J 30 grandchildren, two great-grand-lando, and Harry A. Kersey, Synod, to Interment i n Gar . , an. children three stepdaughters Jacksonville t w daughters den of Memones Cemetery. (JP)-"We have laughed hell out ' . . t ' • 0 • of exit , r t B'll Mrs. Luc11le Parnsb, Mar mez, Mrs Daisy Browning Tampa -----------Graha! Calif. ; Mrs. Roy Thomas, Gary, Mrs. Bertha Cooper, CRA!I.'MER, HARRY A.-Funeral eerv sermon of his current Florida W . Va., and Margaret Van City; a half-brother, !JfJ Mt>".; tt: crusade Aken, two stepsons, A n -Kersey, Starke; 1 2 grandch1ltold the crowd that drew Llcwov, Te_mple dren and 16 great-grandchil-The Reverend Frank B. Thompson filled AI Lang baseball field last and L i cwov, Elkms, dren. Jr., pastor of the Baysbore MethocUst . ht th l't f h 11 t West Vlrgima. Church will officiate. The remains mg e rea 1 y o e rnus ANTON P. CIDZ will be sent to Phlladelphia, Pa . • for be emphasized. "We have made HARRY A. CRANMER of it on Broadw ay Harry A. Cranmer, 55 , a resi-Anton P. Chiz, 68, of Tuesday evening. and m many of our films, but dent of Tampa and Naples, died 2324 Bay Haven Dnve, d1ed ------------the teaches us there is a Friday at his h orne in Naples. afternoon at a hell. He was a native of Atlantic hosp1tal. He had resided m The evangelist sa,id the basic City, N.J. An accountant, Mr. T _ampa for .five. years. He is sur cause of the worlds trouble is Cranmer was former 1 y con-Vlved b y his Widow, Mrs. Anton sin. nected with the Tampa Marine Ch!z, Tampa; one son, Donald DARRAH, GENE B .-Funetal services for Mr. Gene B. Darrah, 50, of 1001 E. North St., will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Jen nings Funeral Home, 6901 Nebraska Ave. Interment will be in tbe Garden of Memories Cemetery. "Sin is not the violation of Repair Corp. and with banks in Cbiz, and .one conscience, transgression against Sarasota and Philadelphia. He J. Obey, both of l!l:; the law of Moses, but is coming is survived by his mother, Mrs. two brothers, Conrad ChiZ, Chishort of living like Christ." Alma Cranmer and three broth-cago, and Max Chiz, British Co--------------Graham directed part of his ers, Donald, Norris and Richard lumbia, . Canada, and three sermon at retired persons, who Cranmer of Tampa and a sis-grandchildren. for.m a. part of the popu-ter, Mrs. Velma Christine of GENE B DARRAH lat1on m th1s area. "You have Brigintine, N.J. come down here to live, but for Gene B. Darrah, 50, of 1001 sentimental reasons you have FRED A. BELL E . North St. , died Friday FROMSDOBF, ALBERT C. -Funeral services for Mr. Albert C. Fromsdorf, 77, of Thonotosassa will be h e I d Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at tbe Jennings Funeral Home, 6901 Ne hraska Ave. with Rev. C. Vanden C alb. N. aU'ohore •o.val Hotel left your church membership in Fred A1len Bell, 84, of 715 Portageville, Mo. A native of Myrtle Hill Cemetery. E. Emma, died yesterday eveOrville Vt. he had been a res:: • ning. A natiye of Ohio, !dent df Ta'mpa for the past 26 he had m :rampa years. He had been associatedN __ E_L_s..,.o_N_,..,.M-R_s ___ B _ L._A _ N _CH_ E _ A _____ Fu _n_e-ral • PITTSBURGH (Go non-stop on a low-cost Cardinal Coach) (Only direct service) For immediate reservations , call your travel agent or REdwood 6 -5102. 48 years. S urvivors mclude h1s with the trailer industry for for Mrs. Blanche A . Nelson, widow Mrs. Grace W. Bell, one 10 years. He was connected with 14P; •• son, E r n e s t W. Bell, two automobile racing He is surafternoon, will be held T)lesday three great vived by his Mrs. Chrisgrandchildren, three s t e p-tine Darrah Tampa a son Gene a Requiem Mass will be offered for daughters, Mrs. L. H. Sanger, B. Darrah jr., and !'Gi Mrs. Irma Bolch and Mrs. Alex mother Mrs. Charles M. Seely follow in .Y rtle Hill Cemetery. PaliEvonosky, _all of Taml?a, and Akron.' ' 10 grandchildren, and SIX great San, Dr. J. Robert Campbell, Mr. grandchildren. Mr. Bell was a PASTOR SEGADE Robert Cron. aervi<>es will be b f . held Monday n1,::ht at 8 p . m . at rnem o the John Darling Pastor Segade 93 o f 1600'h Marsicano Fun eral Home, 4040 Hen Masomc and a Eighth Ave., died eveU.S. Custo:ns mspector w1th 24 ning at a local hospital. A n a-BE oMITTED. years serv1ce. tive of Matanzas, Cuba, h e hads =-=A:::MM:,.,: O:..:N::-_ ,:..::,:W:=I=::L=::S07N:::-_--::F-:-u -ne-ra-=-l-.s-er v7l c es ALBERT EVANS resided. in Tampa 70 yean and Albert Evans, 71, of 4217 is surv1ved by two daughters, Saturday night at his home, will be Downing St., died S u n d a y Mn. Len_a o f Tampa_ and rnoring. A native of Scotland, Mrs. Mana Lmsa Aro of Miami; Church with Rev. Harold War ner , Mr. Evans had r e s i d e d in four sons, Jose Segade of .Tam Tampa for 10 years. Survivors pa, Oscar Segade, of Arizona, Church, to officiate. Interm ent in inc 1 u de one daughter, Miss Ignacio . Segade of New York Nancy Evans, Tampa and a and Lms Segade of Cuba; 13 Hatch, An11eto T . Arthur brother, Alfred Evans, Queensand five great land, Australia. grandchildren. ments by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. ALBERT E. GRAYIIURST FRANCISCO BARRERA SENESAC, MRS. DESNEIGE M.-Fu A lbert E. Grayhurst, 60, of Barrera, 64, of 1605 neral services for Mrs. Desneige M. 8415 Otis Ave. died Saturday 26th Ave., died Sunday afternight in a Tampa hospital. A noon at a Tampa hospital. A day, will be held Tuesday morning native of Providence, R.I., he native of Asturias, Spain, he had been a resident of Tampa was a member of the Centro Requiem Mass wlll be offere d for for the past year. He has been Asturiano Club. He is survived the repose of her Soul. Rosary scrv associated with John H. Swisher by his widow, Mrs. Luisa BarCigar Co. for 13 years. A U.S. rera, and a brother, Jose BarCompany Funeral Home. Interment Navy veteran of World War I rera, both of Tampa. He was PLEASE and II, Mr. Grayhurst was a a resident of this city for 45 -----------WATKINS, THOMAS E. Funeral serv lees for MI. Thomas E. Watkins, 62. retired commander in the U . S. 1 years. Wilson Sammon, Mortician, Dies :t:i. noon at one o 'clock from WUson Sam mon Company Funeral Home, with Rev. J. A. Linsay, pastor of the Bay. shore Churc h of God, to offic iate. In terment in Woodlawn Cemetery. Pall Lester King and Clar e nce Rugg. THE TAMPA TIMES .Publlsb e d e T e o I o 1r 1 Mood&J throurb Saturday b7 The Trlbooe Compan:r from T h e Tribune Buildlor, Lafa:rette and Morran S lr eeta, Tampa, F lorida. Entered as secood clau m atler at lhe Post Of!lee at Tampa, F lorida, under \be Aet oJ Marcb s, 1879 . Subscripllon Rates1 87 o arrler SOc per weeki by carrier o r mall three mouths SS.90; sls monilia ID adY&IICO. Member of Aasoelated Preu. Member of Aodlt Burea u of Cll' culatloD. -WELCH, 1\IRS. RETTIE MAEFuneral services for Mrs. Rettie Mae Welch, 63, of 2814 Gaines St., wlll be held Tuesday afternoo n at 2 o 'clock at the Jennings Funeral Home, 690I Ncbras ka Ave., with Rev. 1. Beryl Roberts, pastor of the Lake Carrol Baptist will be Yes!! W e Hav e TILLEY Heaters and Lamps Be3t Prices Easiest Terms TAMPA TIRE CO. Read C LASS I FlED P r ofit. PROFESSIONALS -Are you interest e d in a Dale Mabry for your oHice? We have property-1 frontage. Will build to suit tenants. IF REALLY INTERESTED CALL RE 6-9753 ADAMS MENs SHOP SELLING OUT ENTIRE STOCK TO THE -BARE WALLS RETIRING FROM BUSINESS AFTER 32 YEARS FIXTURES FOR SALE! BUILDING FOR LEASE! NEW LOW MARKDOWNS • SPORT COATS Largest • SWEATfRS Selection • TROUSERS Nationally • UNDERWEAR Famous SHIRTS MEN'S • HATS • SOCKS • TIES • the 1n • PAJAMAS South! • BELTS Hurry! IT'S A PRICE PANIC! • Never before has such a fabulous variety of nationally advertised men's wear been offered to the public at such low "Sell-Out" Prices! .• Value Guaranteed! UP TO MEN'S SHOP • 620 TAMPA ST.


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