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I 1 . ' SMrt Sleeves Partly cloudy and t I n u e d warm tbroug .h Tuesday. Winds 12-: t2 m.p.h. High today 83. L &w tonight 63. • THE TAMPA TIMES University Of South Florida Campus Edition PRICE FIVE CENTS SIXTY-EIGHTH "YEAR-No. 253 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1960 Washington Correspondent • To Speak Here Tomorrow WE'RE JUST PLAYING TOUCH The action was swift and enthusiasm great among players in the Kappa Sigs nesert Rats game, Nov. 19 at USf. "Amateurs" dominated the afternoon's event, among both the players and photographers, as witnessed above. Roscoe Drummond's Topic, 1The State of the Nation1 Few newspapermen have been the subject of as much newscopy by their col leagues as Roscoe Drummond, well-known journalist and author of the syndicated column, "Washington." He will lecture here tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Science Build ing Room 100. The lectures will cover, "The State of the World," and "The State of the Nation." Drummond is considered one of the country's leading news interpreters, and ------------------------=:.....---t noted for the independence and Grades Mailed Out objectivity of his reporting. He is widely respected among his fellow newsmen, and reaches a large segment of the American public through his four-times weekly column "Washington,". The fears and anxiety of sturecorded their mid-term grades which appears in more than 100 ROSCOE DRUMMOND • • • here tomorrow Library To Open February Research for term paper, in formation, or just enjoy'ment reading, will be yours for the asking in the new University of South Florida library. NOTE FOR HISTORIANS dents waiting impatiently for in the back of their notebooks newspapers from coast to coast. important reading, directed at mid-term grades to arrive finalbefore Thanksgiving and taken Drummond began his distinany one interested in America ly materialized last weekend. the pledge to do better the last guished career in journalism as and the of the world." The new library, which is now under construction by the Stev ens Construction Co. of Tampa, is expected to be completed for the beginning of the second semester in February. Elaborate plans have been made, according to Elliott Hard away, who is director of the library. Kappa Sigs, USF 'Bunch' Play First Football Game The which were mailed half, for a few hours it looked a staff reporter with the ChrisAccording to one magazine last Wednesday are the first like 90 per cent of the student t D d' 1 f f th ff t b d I t b " h d t" f t' S M 't 1924 w r 1 e r, rumrnon s n e w 8 proo o e e or s o y mig 1 e was e ou o Ian c1ence om or . sources in the nation's capital exerted in the past eight weeks schooL During the years he rose sue-are "celestial pipe lines." These Included in the outside decoby studentS. Reason-All mid-term exam cessively to assistant city edihighly reliable sources often ration will be a patio for stu-While most students had grades were electrically scored tor assistant to the executive provide him with the scoops and dents wishlng to do their study-Conference by machine. These machines d't h' f d't . 1 't exclusive stories that have ing outside operate properly only in a well e 1 or, c Ie. e. 1 ona wn er, made him famous . He maintains The 1 i b. . . dehumidified room. When the European editonal m an a g e r, these contacts, which represent . r a. r Y Will have SIX university installed the machine general news editor and execuall sides of the political picture, floors, mcludmg the basement. Sports historians of the future rag-touch variety in case parents "Desert Rats." W h i c h one F PJann • g there was no worry since the tive editor. During one of his by pa_rtisan The first floor will house rare Tni.!V wrlte, "The fi'rst football wonder about the uniforms. Tampa sports wr. iter said bette_r or In Administration Building is fully . t F E t The Minneapolis Star has S3ld: books an art gallery m us i c ..... " air-conditioned. assigrunen s as ar as cor"Solving the jigsaw of today's . ' game played at the University Everything was very unofficial. get changed quick or the um-B t th d th 'd t respondent for the Momtor, he developing power struggle takes and 1Stemng rooms. Technical of South Florida took p)ace For the record the Kappa Sigs versity will be stuck with it. H Jd t USF u on e ay e m1 • erms . 1 . . . f t d d th offices and a ref Saturday, Nov. 19, when a band won the encounter 33-20 before The "Desert Rats," strictly an e a were being scored the air-con-made a grand JOUrna lStiC tour experience, I can or an . e u erence room Of Kappa Sl 'gs from Florida some 300 fans who gathered as independent club of USF boys, ditioning was on the blink and of Asia. absence of blas. These qualities w_I be .on the second, while are stamped upon Roscoe Drumbig readmg rooms will be in-Southern College at Lakeland much for the chit-chat as they considered afternoon work-The llth Annual State Conthe_ exam papers had picked up From 1949 to 1951 mood's reporting." The Portland eluded in all the floors. invaded the USF campus to take did for the pigskin encounter. out a moral victory. And while ference of Dean and Counsellors mOisture enough to cause the mond, on leave from the Mom(O ) J 1 dd th t h Th f . on a "bunch" of fellows, now While USF has not yet officially lost, no one has .suggested will meet 00 the University of scoring machine to make eiTalic tor served as European Director . ourna a 5 a. e e Hardaway deUSF freshmen, who were forselected a name !,or team, any gettmg a South Florida campus Dec. 1 , 2 , contacts. Result was many a of information for the Economic IS on_e of the a.blest clares, will be not only com mer Lakeland High School foot-the boys from Old South lineup, or enlargmg the stad1um and 3 The University of Tampa 99 per cent perfect midterm Cooper at i 0 n Administration, apprruJers. He IS. f?,rthright, mfortab!e, but Special. ballers." The game was of the Florida refer to themselves as an Allen's Hill . along with Florida Christian exam paper was scoring at 5 with headquarters in Paris. Here depen ent and The Davenbeen g1ven to the Really the. event was JUSt a Coll g will assist the Univerto 10 per cent. Well things got he utilized his extensive knowlWhlch is so important part of Flonda Southern Day . e e . h straightened out but one stu-edge of Europe and the Far . . , m a I rary, and the students on the USF campus. Florida sity of South Flon?a, the _ost dent received 10, asked for a East in directing an important and . can be sure of getting not only 'Let George Do It' Southern students arrived about for the .conference, m ar_rangmg re-test and made an A. So per-part of the West's psychological D StrJkingdly fbtlunt but also pleasant light-noon. 'Phey then went on an e?tertamment and meetings for h th . t'll f ff . d . th ld rummon o en pu s IS mger mg diff nt groups . aps ere IS s 1 room o ens1ve unng e co war on the heart of the question . escorted tour of the university six ere m many of mans in Western He also had that has been labored at a press There w11I be no fees on any School spirit, though usually confined in one little corner lead by resident girls. The president for the 11th anmventwns. the for a newsconference. According to the overdue books, . except the reo the students' minds as being reserved for sports activities, The ball game was played on nual conference is Dr. Robert Mid-term grades were made rv-an! to take 1-art m the magazine ''Editor & Publisher," served ones. Th1s has been the is in actuality much more than that. School spirit is the way the USF intramural field, loStripling, from the University out for all students in order to making of the news by partlc1-he "has a reputation fo• well p_olicy followed in the present all things are done not only within the confines of the school cated at the easT end o f the of Florida. M1. Paul Fitzgen.ld, acquaint them with the grading pating In topt-ve1 government thought-out questioning which library! and the borrowers have walls, or even just on the campus, but the way the students blacktopped road directly south Pinellas Couty co-ordinator, is policies of the University and conferences. closes the surplus exits." not failed to bring the books behave, th)nk, believe, act, and react on and off the campus. of the administration building. president elect and program to let them know how they're After servin' as head of the Thoroughly acquainted with back . on !ime. Nevertheless, if It is a feeling of belonging, of being a part of something big After the game, the 60 Flor-chairman Dean Howard John-standing academically in their :tV.:onitor's Wa ington Bureau, Europe, he recorded on the spot the situation gets out of hand, that each person involved with has a share in. His or her shares ida Southern boys and their shoy is the local arrangement classes. joine_d the New York many of the biggest news stories and the of n
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2 THE TAMP A TIMES Monday, November 28, 1960 Deaths HARRY E. MEARES Hany E. Meares, 73, of Oakhurst, died yesterday in Largo. Mr. Meares was formerly a resi dent of Tampa, and was a book keeper for the Sanders Lumber Co. He was a native of Pinellas County. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Betty Meares, Oak hurst; a daughter, Mrs. Nell Chappell, Palmetto; two sons, W. Albert Meares, Tampa, Harry E. (Ted) Meares Jr., Miami; a brother, C. B. Meares, Engle wood; two sisters, Mrs. Daphne Patton, Mrs. Grace Mellett, both of St. Petersburg; five grand children; a greatgrandchild. Mr. Meares was a member of the Episcopal CllUrch. AUGUSTUS WILLIAMSON Augustus Williamson, 86, 3209 Lawn, died Sunday afternoon in a Tampa nursing home. A native oi Manchester, England, he was a resident of Sche nectady, N.Y., where he was employed with the General Electric Co. until his retirement in 1925, and had been a resident of Tampa since that time. Sur vivors include two brothe1s-m law, Harry E. Smith, Williams town, Mass., and J. Everett Smith, Tampa; and a sister-in law, Mrs. Sarah Stone, Tampa. WILLIAM F. SHAW William F. Shaw, 80, of Dexter, died Saturday night at hls home. A native of Illinois he had been a resident of Tam pa for six years. He is sur vived by a sister-in-law, Mrs. Shaw, and a nephew, Howard Shaw of Atlanta, Ga. Boats Robbed At Marina Police today were investigat-(AP Wirephoto) ing a weekend theft at the WHERE'D HE GO? Tampa Bay Marina, 207 s. A lone empty shoe in the middle of the football field makes one wonder what Hoover Blvd., which netted $700 happened to its owner. The shoe was spotted there as the North Catholic High worth of fishing gear. School band marched on the field at halftime of the Pittsburgh-Washington Na-Gettis A. Henderson, marina tional Football League game at Pittsburgh. Note the shoe is headed in the opposite ment was stolen from three P-SECTOR TO DECIDE STRATEGY boats tied up at the marina. The owners of the three boats reported the following losses of rods and reels: Germany T rode Decision Near QUIZZED IN NEW YORK BOMBINGS Man Says He Was Near Blasts ' YORK, Nov. 28 {JP).was assigned to watch his move-area anU injured six persons. A. a mental !nments. Officers thought they A week another blast was by pollee had lost him when he failed to set off M'ar the public library. m the c1ty s of report for Friday. But on No one ums hurt. The third Sunday and holiday mght he walked into blast, on Columbus Day, was in was sent to. Bellevue Hosp1tal pollee headquarters and coma Times S ' c;•uare subway station. for observation today. plained that he was being folThirty-ibce'1 persons were hurt. Detectives said Walter Long, l?wed and spied upon by detec-The rour\th blast was on a 29, admitted stealing explosives ttves. Staten Isla1o.d ferry boat No from construction jobs and that Says He Was Near one was inj1ured in thr vicinity of all the After hours of questioning, Uetectives .said Long is mar-s s excep one. police said, Long admitted the ried but ser.•arated from his In five bombings here, one theft of explosives and that he wif.; and is the father of a 2has been killed and 59 had been near the scene of all year:0ld son. mJured. Four of the blasts were the bomb blasts, except one --------------on Sundays and a fifth on Cowhich virtually demolished a ADVER m.s,_E_MEN_T ___ _ lumbus Day. subway car Nov. 6. The blast Long escaped from Manhatkllled a young girl and injured Helps You Overcome tan State Hospital July 5 and 18 others. r'ALSE ' rrrETH for several months has worked Detectives said it was sigr; ,1.., as a construction laborer and nificant that Long denied being Looseness , .. ,1d Worry powder-shack watchman. He was near the subway explosion. ,.,.. working on a street project in Technidans said at the time Port Richmond, Staten Island, that the subway blast was ap-at the time of his arrest. parently caused by a different Admits Stealing Explosives type explosive than the others. Detectives said that Long ad-The first explosion occurred mitted stealing blasting mateOct. 2 in the Times Square rial while acting as powder watchman. More than 600 members of the police department worked on the bomber case. Long was picked up after police checked membership records of all trade unions handling explosives to locate men with past histories of mental illness. When police discovered that Long had escaped from a men tal institution, a six-man detail sometimes vex DO AS I DO; IJSE. .... Geese Police Guard Hoard World's Finest Carbon Paper Sold exdusively by FULGHUWS Of Whisky GLASGOW, Scotland, Nov. 28 (JP)-A bunch of goose-stepping guards are keeping sharp watch on millions of dollars worth of Scotch whisky. Under the shadow of Dum barton Rock, w h e r e Mary Queen of Scots hid from the 608 FLORlDA AVENUE 102 WEST LAFA YEnE CARBON FOR AU PUUOSS RIBBONS FOR ALL STANDARD AND PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS English when she was a child ------== = (more than 400 years ago), lies the world's 1 a r g est Scotch whisky distillery (oWned by George Ballantine & Son Ltd.). Twenty million gallons (Im perial) of the very best whisky -enough to float the largest BONN, Nov. 28 ruPD-West zonal Trade, comes to Bonn the end of the year in retalia-ocean liners-are stored in Harry P. Baya, DeSoto Ave., five rods and reels, worth $200; Dr. Alexander Kelly, 4913 Germany is expected to decide today for talks with Economics t f E t G t 1 nearby bonded warehouses. t d . . . . . 1on or as erman res r c-As part of the security ar s. Melrose Ave., five rods and o ay Its strategy for negot1aMm1ster Ludw1g Erhard and ti tr 1 t B 1 . . . -tions on a new trade pact with other officials. ons on ave o er m. rangements there IS thts Communist East Germany. The government announced Conforms 'Informal' Talk guard of one gander-and hts reels, $200, and Frank Kearney 818 S. West Shore Ave., seven rods and reels, $300. Kurt Leopold, head of the Sept. 30 it would end its trade The economics ministry con-platoon of 18 Chinese geese. West Berlin Bureau of Inter-treaty with the Soviet zone at firmed yesterday that ministry go . badly for any m u er mto th1s treasure expert Carl Krautwig aheady house of whisky . If anyone dis has held an "informal talk" turbs the gander he starts a with East German officials on immediately his the issue. 18 lad1es h1ss place .down. Herbert L Bissett 53 of . In a recent secunty test m the Corneleius Ave., died ' MRS. ROSA W'AGNER Church of Tampa. SurKrautw1g, it was learned, was the geese nearly the hospital of a self Mrs. Rosa Wagner, 77, of Vl\':ors mclude: a daughter, Mrs. told East Germany is pre-ra1sed the roof. Tampa Area Deaths Tampan Dies Of Gun Wound bullet wound in the head police 9411 N. Rome died Sun-Fnda M . Lee, Tampa; a brother, pared to discuss Berlin travel These "geese police" are the said today. ' day afternoon a Tampa Roy D. Wilson, Mountain City, problems during the negotia-idea of Tom Scott, managing Bissett was found lying in the home. A nat!• of Ancra , Tenn.; a grandson, Ronald E. tions. director. He remembered how backyard of bis home by an ac-N.Y., she had be n a resident f Lee, Tampa;. a great-grandson Authoritative sources said his history books told o the quaintance, c. W. Palmer, 1203 Tampa for 20 Survivo and several meces and nephews. West Germany will not geese which saved ancient Rome E. Broad St. include two som;, Stephen Wag-that tbe Reds formally remove from the Gauls. Palmer told police that Bis-ner, Tampa and Walter Wagm!r, MRS. lOLA P. SCOTT the travel restrictions, but will The goose-guards are abso-sett had telephoned him and Ghent, N.Y.; a Mrs. Jen-Mrs. lola Scott, 84, of 921 demand a formal promise that lutely reliable. Not only do they told him he was g6ing to take nie Swartz, Churchtown, N.Y.; Yi d1ed West Germans may visit Berlin warn of any raid-but they his own life. While Palmer's two grandchildren and a great-mg m a. local hospttal. A native without obtaining special per-never touch a drop of the stuff wife attempted to keep Bissett grandchild. 0.f Swamsboro, Ga., she. h ad mission from Soviet-zone authemselves . talking on the phone, Palmer li:Ved here 12 years and IS sur-thorities. Their eggs are sold, and the hurried to Bissett's home. MRS. HELEN BAKALETZ v1ved by two sons, Edgar P. Called Retreat money they being goes to A sport this wise guy most admires Shooting birds through telephone wires Tomorrow he won't .smirk at all His phone will not work at all When he arrived he found Mrs. Helen Bakaletz, 67, of Scott of Atlanta and Robert I. . charity. Bissett in the backyard. 7406 Arizona Drive, died Sunday Scott of Tallahas . see; two daughThiS has b'*;n by --------What could be more excitillg Police said a suicide note was in a Tampa hospital. A native tefrTs, Mrs. Mattie Odo.m Wsome et GWest as a Parachute Jump f d 1 tt' of Sweden she h d r d o ampa and Mrs Lilhan Bnts erman re ea . • Her on Christmas morning than oun m B sse s bouse. Tampa 15 ton of Birminghain, Ala.; one West Germany feels, however, • tme of our jam01t$ Lady Manhattan Bakaletz is survived by her bus-brother, J. A. Pugbsley and a that although cancellation of Fun, Says Coed TAKE CARE BEFORE YOU TAKE AIM The phone service you shoot down may be your own I GENERAL TELEPHONE $D-togethers. Ideally styled for 365 band, Sam Bakaletz, Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Curtis, both the trade treaty would hurt the RUSSELLVILLE A k N , days of good looks and comfort. through saturday by The TrlbWJe daughter, Mrs. Corrine Boying-of Lyons, Ga. ; s1x grandchildren; Reds, it is unllkely. they would 28 (JP) _ "It was ovi . Company from The Tribune Build ton Tampa and three grand-one great grandchUd; a nephew remove the restrictiOns formal, . '. • Come m today and see the West chiidren A'rthur George and c . D. Odom of Tampa and sev-ly for fear o! losing face. loved it, satd 18-year-old Jackie America'• Largest Independent Telephone System • Coast's largest selection in pleated eia .. matter at the Poet Ofllce at Helen McFadden' all of Tampa eral other nieces and nephews. In the long run, West German a ---.;._---------------------nnd sheath model.s. onder the Act of MRS. EMMA' LYNCH . MRS. DOLORES FAGUNDO officials feel, it will. be the coe ' mom. en s a er er Irs Sobscrlptloll Rates: By earner already-oppressed East German , Jump. . , SOc per week1 by carrier or maD Mrs. Emma Lynch, 88, of 3114 Mrs. Dolores Fagundo, 91, of population that would suffer 1 even feel a mombs •is molltha Fair Oaks Ave., died Sunday 1418 8th Ave., died Saturday from the lack of a trade pact. the added. It tn adn11oe. evening at her residence. A afternoon at a local hospital. West Germany also is unwillwas JuSt great. Member of Associated Preu. t' f M t C't A 1 ng t 1 . f f Her parents were less .en -14.95 to 22.95 ot Aucllt Bureau of Clrna 1ve o oun am 1 y, Tenn., native of Canary Islands, tact owr;hve hup 8any. o. rm o con-thusiastic about Jackie's leap she has made her home in TamSpain, she came to Tampa about 1t t e ov1et zone that yesterday from 2 aoo feet in the .. pa for the past 23 years. She three years ago from Cuba. She could one lead to air. Her mother watch , .................... was a member of the Peninsular is survived by two daughters, German reunificatlOn. though her father, Doyle YenMrs. Angela many during the Illness and Cornelius St., died Sunday eveJ:r.ab:'::u? our loved one, Edward ning in a local hospital. A na

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