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Half an' Half Partly cloudy through Tuesday w i I h sea tiered afternoon and evening thundershowers. Winds 515 m.p.h. High today 93. Low tonight 7 3. SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 126 ( THE TAMPA TIMES TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1961 University Of South Florida Campus Edition PRICE FIVE CENTS USF PLAYS HOST TO FIRS SCIENCE ME SCENE OF AERO-SPACE CONFERENCE I Helvey To Dire.ctMeeting Staffed by T O P S .cientists The University of South Flor-ence are 90 top high Speakers and seminar leaders ida will be host to the first physics teachers from 16 will include: Southeastern Conference on east of the Mississippi J. V. Bernardo, chief, EducaAero-Space Sciences, July 10-21, each with more than 10 years tiona! Services, NASA; Dannen-in a program designed to espe-teaching experience and with berg and Rosenberry; Dr. D . T. cially acquaint high school physschools having a physics class of WilliJms , professor of physics, , ics teachers with today's modern 50 or more. University of Florida; M. W. aero-space sciences. Dr. T. C. Helvey, associate Corliss, nuclear division, the The conference, co-sponsored professor of biology at USF, will Martin Co, , Baltimore, Md.; by the National Aeronautics and be director o f the conference Alex Mattson, director, flight Seace Administration a.nd the and coordinator of planning. systems, NASA, Langley Field, National Science Foundation, Helvey said, "While the confer-Hampton, Va.; Dr. R. E. Hen along with the University of ence is designed for the 90 rung , man age r, engineering, South Florida, will be staffed teachers, it will be open to othSperry Microwave Electronics with -more than 30 of the coun-ers interested in aero-JJpace sciCo., Clearwater; R. Tieman, try's leading aero-space scienence." The main conference NASA, Washington; tists, among them being w: T. meetings will be held in one of Martin Representative Risler, head of the capsule sys-the teaching auditoriums of the . tern branch, space task group, University's Science Building, J o h n Whitehurst, technic_al National Aeronautics and Space Rm. S-lOO, with a seating and staff, Mar_tm Administration, Cape canaveral; pacity of about 240. Co . , Orlando, L : C. R1ley, assistC . K. Dannenberg, director, llesides the 90 teachers, who to the presldt;nt, DynatronSaturn Project, NASA, Washing-were selected from 740 app!i1<;s. Inc., W. H. ton, D.C.; and J. W . Rosenberry, ca.Ots, education editors from mng, space track, Air director office of flight mis-the leading southeastern news-Force Missile Test Center, Cape sions , CanaveraL papers have been invited to atBe f' ld en r de Invited to attood the confer-tend also . ar es 1e • s 1o • ' velopment engmeer, systems sec t i o n, Minneapolis-Honeywell, Inc., St. Petersburg; G. Bate man, technical and research staff, the Martin Co. ; Dr. R. Craig, professor of meteorology, Florida State University; Dr. A. Smith, professor, University of Florida; Little Ma n on Campus USF's modern air-conditioned Science Building will be the scene of the first Southeastern Aero-Space Conference beginning next Monday, July 10-21. Seen here are students, James Lanier, Andree Holland and Ralph Tindell. B. Raboy, manager, electronEARLY WARNING ics department, the Martin Co., Orlando; Capl W. H. Flint,l-------..;,..-..;,.._h d ALLEN ANNOUNCES torate of operation, Air Force 21 Added to Faculty for Fall range scheduling office. direc-Exam S-c e ule Told Dannenberg Rosenberry Missile Test Center, Patrick Air --------------------------Force Base ; Col. R . Mills, execu tive director, Civil Defense, STAFF TOO / Hillsborough Co.; Dr. John S . Allen, president at Ohio State University as an languages from Colorado Uni-1 Medrow from Space Center For Summer Session of the University of South Flor-instructor of economics and will versity, where she is on the F. Nixon, m;mager, advanced ida, has announced 21 additional come to the University of South staff as an instructor of French: us F L bra ry Gets systems,_ the MB!tin Co.; 0. ! With the University of South ED 313-01 U203 faculty appointments for the fall Florida as an assistant profesShe and her husband have one Sella, VIce president, Ostromx Florida's first summer session at ED 319-01 U219 semester at USF. All those sor of economics. child. Inc., Orlando; Shelby Bass, ad-less than the half-way point the ED 325-01 'P213 named will begin their teachillg Dr. Rich, 32, is a native of Dr. Samuel Leonard, 27, as-vanced sYstems_ department, exam schedule has been released EN 337-01 U221 assignments Sept. 1. Alabama City, Ala., an d re-sistant professor of psychology, E 1 e 0 t r o-Mechamcal Research, as a target in the distance for EN 411-01 U202 Associate professors appointed ceived his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. will have a joint teaching as-s u per o-r Ra t•a n 9 director summer session FR 211-01 Lang. Lab. r.e: Dr. W Arnarlt, degr>??-In>m th\'1 Universit:v of signment with the Cellege of • • The official h d 1 MA 201-01 C2007 Jesse S. Binford Jr., Dr. Densil Florida. Before joining the USF Basic Studies and the College aounding rocket proram, NASA, follows: exam sc e u e MA 202-01 M. Cooper and Dr. Paul C. Maystaff, Rich was director of the of Liberal Arts. A native of Space WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9 OA 151-01 U251 bury. division of mental health for Ada, Okla. , Leonard, whose eduRde:!:t 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. io 11:30 a.m. Assis_tant professors the Alachua County He?lth J?ecational .major was in the field The USF library was given a ment, Naval School of Aviation AC 201-01 C2001 ED 101-01 V21S are: Miss Ma:garet E. CnckenHe and hrs wife , of psychology , resuperior rating in a recent re-Medicine , Pensacola; Dr. R. B. BZ 201-01 Slll ED 205-01 'U214 berger, Dr. Richard E. Neel, Dr. Sh1rley have two chrldren. h1s BA degree_ m educa-port, according to Dr. John s. cost. Voss , associate director, space CB 102-01 U201 ED 317-01 C2001 Thomas A. R1ch, Dr. Herbert H . Dr. Stewart, 33, of Stanton, t10n from the Umvers1ty of New Allen presid!lnt of the univerTl b k . t d t 1 crew selection , NASA, Goddard CP 201-01 SlOO ES 211-01 U201 Stewart, Dr. Ray A. Urbanek, Ky., his bachelor's and Mexico and his MA and Ph.D. sity. Edmon Low, president of ly Space Flight Center; and Dr. R CP 201-02 S100 MT 322-0l H204 D r . DonaldS. Wakefield and Dr. ma_ster s degrees at the Un!degrees from the_ State Umverthe Association of College and were wisely under A. Ibison, Electronics Communi-CB 110-01 . U203 SH 215-01 , C2072 Samuel Dav1d Leonard. . vers1ty of Connecticut, and hrs s1ty of Iowa. Pnor to lus ap-University Libraries and librarLibrary of Congress system of cations Inc., St. Petersbur.g. ED 481-01 U213 SP 217-01 U223 Named as associate drrector Ed.D. degree fro!ll Teachers pomtment to the faculty of ian of Oklahoma state Univer1 'f t H f d th d Several otber key scientists ED 335-01 U205 11:30 a.m. to 1: 30 p.m. of student personnel is Dr. RobCollege at Columbia University. USF, I.eonard held the position sity made this report after his c ICa e J car will be announced later. ED 402-01 U204 ED 315-01 u 202 ert J. Decker. Before_ joining the USF staff as of assistant -professor of psytour 'May 10-12. Representing the University ES 212-01 ClOSt ED 403-01 u218 New instructors are: Miss College, Mt. A buildi!lg expert, Low found an example of excellent judgof South Florida in the conferEN 315-01 U215 FI 321-01 U203 at Rutgers University. He Gilmore and Williams, spon-the USF hbrary to be of pleas-ment. ence will be: Dr. T . C. Helvey, HI l12-01 U219 F&371-0l Lang. Lab. Mrs. Rebecca M. Valette. h1s wife, Dorothy, have two ch1lsored by fed era 1 research ing architecture, functionally The library staff also came in director of the conference; Dr. W" lo4f.o 0l PC 101-01 U219 Alden Scott Gilmore imd dren. grants, will join the university sound and centrally on for special commendation-both Jean A. Battle,_dean of the ColSP 381_01 1:30 p.m. to 3:30p.m. 38 f Bl k f d campus. He stated, I do not the technical workers (cataloglege of Education; Dr. John S. AN 201-01 C2072 Charles Williams will Dr. Urbanek, ' o ac -acuity to con . uc t the project, know of a library building. any-ers, binders, etc.) and the 11Allen, president; Dr: Irving L. 9:30 a.m. io U a.m. ED U213 join the USF staff sponsored by wolf, Kan. , received degrees "A Comparison of Two Autot ti ED 459 01 u 215 ED 431 0 federal research grants. from Kansas Wesleyan Univermated Teaching Procedures." where of better cons rue on or brians who work in the refer-Webber, associate professor of . • 1 U219 New members of the lib rary sity and Colorado State UniverGilmore, 34, a resident of St. a better buy per square foot."_ ence room. The student assistsociology; a nd Dr. Ernest G . MA 142 •01 C 2 0 7 4 ED 4 57-01 U215 staff are: David Jennings Lee , sity at Greeley, Colo. Before Petersburg, received his BA de-He commended. the-admm_ ls-ants also rated commendation. Reuning, chairman, astronomy PC 241•01 U202 EN 207-01 U223 Robert Lee Underbrillk and coming to USF as an assistant gree from Florida Southern Coltration and the hbranan, Eliot Low was impressed by the mo-program. PE 101•01 Slll HI 121-01 C2001 Miss Louise Ward. professor of education, Urbanek lege and his MA degree in psy-Hardaway, for provldmg a li-rale situation in which all the TA 101-01 U200 MT 131-01 U204 Dr. Amade, 34, a native of was on the staff at the Univerchology from Florida State Unigroups are pulling together Daily Schedule TA221-01 U204 SHl01 -01 C2009 Garlitz, Germany, received hi s sity of Kansas. He and his versity. He is presently em-AAUP Chapter the good of the library and enU:30 a.m. io 1:30 p.m . ':30 p.m. to 8:30p.m. A.B. and M.A. degrees from the wife , Virginia, have two chil(Continued on Page 2, Col. 7) joying it. Hardaway was special-p.m. lessons, uc CB 104-01 U202 CB 203-90 C2072 University of Michigan and his dren. O USF C ly commended for his staff ac. Sign up for first tour at University 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. CB 115-90 Lang. Lab. Ph.D. degree from the UniverDr. Wakefield, 35, is a native G d n am pus cording to Low who said, "Good AC 202-01 C2002 ES 211-90 C2002 sity of Florida. Arnade will of Allardt, Tenn., and received ra u ate librarians are hard to come by." CB 106-01 Cl051 EN 339-90 C2001 USF. t h . Bs Ms d EdD d 5 k M mbers L th x -WEDNESDAY cB2o1 ot u2oo HI331-9o c2oo7 come to as an assocra e IS . . , ., an e-ee $ e ow saw e erox copymg "Photo Skills" Educational • FRIDAY AUGUST 1l professor of social science and grees from the University of machine for the first time and library. ED 305-01 U205 7 30 ' to 9 30 history from the State UniverTennessee. Presently on the The University of South was so favorably impressed that a.m. Edward PreoMA 245-01 C2011 CB 1 0l-Ol a.m. : a.m. SlOO sity of Iowa , where he ha s been staff at the University of Ten-c ida's chapter of the Amencan now one on order for TAT, 8:30 p.m. . TA 371-01 U221 CB 101 _ 02 S 100 on the staff as an associate pro-nessee , Wakefield will join the 0 u rse s Association of. University Proh1s own library. 1 p.m. All golf tourney> . 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. CB 101 .90 SlOO fessor of history. He is married USF faculty as an assistant professors an active He also commented on the and dance. Country GE 101_-01 C2074 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and has five children. of business education. pargn th1s sum.mer and fall m excellent service provided by Club. 6.30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. CB 103-01 s100 Dr. Binford, 32, of Freeport, He and his wife , Evelyn , have Avo ,I a b I e which the_ officers hope. they the library staff in encouraging missed July 4 . AC 201-90 C2002 CB 103-90 SlOO Tex., received his bachelor' s two children. can recru1t a membership of students and faculty to seek aid Nosti, Library CB 111-90 Lang. Lab. 11:30 a.m. to 1,:30 p.m. and master' s degrees from Rice Dr. Decker, 38, a native . of more than 100. with their problems. CB 117-90 Lang. Lab. CB 107-0 1 s 100 University at Houston and his Sierra Leone, West Africa , re-New officers of the USF In concluding, Low remarked CB 201-90 C2011 CB 107-90 S100 doctorate from the University ceived his bachelor 's degree The University of Florida has chapter, elected near the end that if the library continues 4, Holiday. But CP 201-90 C2074 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. of Utah. Prior to his appoint-from Marion College at Marion, established a Graduate Resiof the spring semester, are: Dr. this manner, it will rank 5 d EN 219-90 C2001 CB 109-01 SlOO ment at USF as an associate Ind., his master's degree from dence Center to be held at the Donald Harkness, associate pro-the top 10 per cent in p On atur ay PC 231-90 C2009 CB 109-02 S100 professor of physics, Binford was Indiana University , and his d_ocUniversity of South Florida be-fessor of English , president; Dr. library ratings. The University of South SO 201-90 C2010 CB 109-90 SlOO on the staff of the University torate from Indrana Umversrty . ginning with the fall semester Simon Messing, associate pro-Florida will close on Tuesday, THURSDAY, AUG. 10 CB 105-01 8100 Qf the Pacific at Stockton , Before joining the USF sta.ff for teachers seeking nhe Master fessor of anthropology, vice H d d July 4. Saturday, July 8, will 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Calif., as an associate profesas associate director of student of Education Degree. president; Dr. Thomas F . . Stou n re s be scheduled as a makeup day CB 203-01 U201 CB lOS-90 S100 so_r of chemistry. He a:r;td his personnel_ in the Office of StuThe basic purpose of the cenvall, associate professor of edu-for classes that would nor-ED 207-01 U215 Final exam arrangements for wife Lolita have two dent Affarrs •. Decker w_as ?n the ter is to provide an especially cation , treasurer; Dr. Edwin mally be scheduled for TuesEJ) 303-01 U47 CB 117-118-01 will be announced Dr. C?oper. 48, and native staff of InstitutiOn a; designed program for the Mas-Martin, chairman of biology , Fee I c u t day of this week. ED 3{)7-01 U204 in class . In Funds of Shen,dan, Mo., .rece1ved h1s The Katanga. H ter of Education De .gree for only secretary; and executive com bachelors degree m ed1;1cahon an? hi s Wife June have three those students who have been mittee members, Dr. David H . from Mrssoun State children. admitted to the graduate school Battenfeld, assistant professor College and h1s master's Miss Enix, from Drummond, of the University of Florida. of English Dr. Louise Sand doctor's degrees from the Um-Okla. received her bachelor's In order to be admitted to the assistant of versity of Missouri. Before degre' e from Yale University graduate school, a student must and Dr. Robert A. Warner: coming to USF as assocrate and her master' s degree from attain an aptitude score of 430 chairman of the American Idea. professor of physics, Cooper Indiana University. Miss Enix or above on the Graduate Re-The membershi committee was on the staff at Northwest will come to the Uni versity of cord Examination. The deadline includes GiJ' E Nelson The number of students e Missouri State College as a proSouth Florida as an instructor has passed for making applica-assistant professor 0 biology' played at USF has been fessor of phySICS. . of cello and theory in the Divition to take the GRE in time to chairman Ma L Barker cat: down during the surnmterJ Dr. Maybury, 37, and a native sian of Fine Arts from the staff enter the progratn this falL a log ryand Dr Charles months due to less of Rio Grande, N.J., received at Indiana University . Students who have been ad-N Micarelli ;ssistant professor also to lack of funds. The his bachelor's degree from Ea?tMrs. Hopkins, a native of mitted to the graduate school of S anish ' of this monetary cutback ern College at Qum-Oak Park, IlL, received her of the University of Florida may p next fall's employment is cy, Mass., and his doctor's de-bachelor's degree from Oberlin take 18 credit hours iu the New faculty __ members who uncertain. gree from Johns Hopkins UniCollege in Ohio and her ma s-Graduate Residence Center at have not yet _Jomed the chap-During the past year versity, Baltimore. Maybury is ter's de g ree from Southern IlliUSF toward a Master of Educa-ter may get mformahon from number of students <'mml.nw•rl on the staff at Eastern Nazanois University . Prior to her tion Degree , if the program has any of the or members has fluctuated from week to rene University as chairman of appointment at USF as a resi-been planned wit!\ a counsellor of the membership committee. week . Firing and rehiring is a the chemistry department and dent instructor in the Office of in t he college of education. Local dues are $1 a year. continuous process. At one time will join the USF faculty as Student Affairs, Mrs. Hopkins Counsellors from the college • • • more than 20() students were an associate professor of chemwas on the staff at SIU. of education at the University of WISCOnSin Man Will employed on campus. Totaled on istry. He and his wife Rebecca Miller, 60, oLLake View, S .C., Florida will be available in the A , , H . the latest report at the end of have three children. received his B.S . degree from office of the dean of the college SSISt In OUSing May were 157. Miss Crickenberger, whose Appalachian State Tel)chers of education at USF to counsel Th U 1 t f S th Fl There were 165 applicants for hometown is Staunton, Va., reCollege and his M.S. degree students from 3 to 6 p.m . on . e n versl Y 0 ou . or-summer school jobs alone. Al ceived her bachelor's degree from Florida State University. Thursday, Sept. 21. Ida acqmred the_ serVIces of ready the personnel office has from Mary Washington College Miller will join the USF faculty Students must register for DaVIS T. Glendenmng, 27 • of received 100 applications from of the University of Virginia as an instructor in business courses at the time of the first Et St., .:s. as-new students for employment and her master' s degree from education . Before his appoint-meeting of each cl<\SS in the an m e umversl Y 5 ous-next fall. Louisiana State University. Miss ment here he was on the staff registrar's office in the Admin-mg . . . Miss Joyce Richey, chief clerk Crickenberger has been on the at the University of North istration Building at USF. Glendenmng wrll a1d Housmg in personnel services, estimated staff at the University of FlorCarolina. Registration will be held from Manager Stephen C. McArthur that about 1,000 students will ida since 1955 and will join the Mrs. Valetta, a native of New 3 :45 to 4:45 p .m. on the followin the placing of students in want work in the fall but threeUSF staff as an assistant profesYork, received her bachelor's ing dates: First Semester, 1961off-campus housing, and will fourths of this number will have sor of physical education. degree from Mt. Holyoke Col62: Wednesday, Sept. 27, and also help new members of the to seek off-campus employment. Dr. Neel , 29, of Bluefield, Va., lege at South Hadley , Mass., Thursday, Sept. 28. Second Seuniversity staff to find homes in Said Miss Richey, "We hate to received his bachelor' s and masand expects to receive her doc-mester, 1961-62: Wednesday, the area. turn them away, but we simply ter's degrees from the Univertorate from Colorado University Feb. 14, and Thursday, Feb. 15. A 1961 graduate of Milton haven't the jobs to give them. silv of Tennessee, and his doc-in 1962. Mrs. Valetta will come The registration fee of $35 ( Wis.) College, Glendenning is It really hurts me to refuse torate from Ohio State Univerto the University of South Flor-must be paid at the time of a native o f Westhampton Beach, them. I have no choice in the sity , Neel bas been on the staff ida as ' an instructor of foreign registration. New York. mjltter." 'MIDSUMMER NIGHT',S DREAM' CAST RECEIVES INSTRUCTIONS John W. Caldwell, assoctate professor of theater arts gives instructions to the cast of "Midsummer Night's which be pro_duced in the TA-T on July 27, 28 and 29 at 8:30 p.m. GIVIng full attention to thetr director are: First row, Bob ThoiJlpson, Hocutt and Charles Hadley; second row, Sandra De Am. brose, Jo Elkms, Barbara Ellison and Pat Makela; third . row, James Woodall Grace Klem, Carol Madill, Lynn Jackson and Lura Liggett. •

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2 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, July 3, 1961 .LEAP AND THEN LOOK-USF Student Confirmed 1JUrn. p Addict1 t/ '<• ,;. ,,-w .. Committees Plan Social Life at USF Work-Study Head Attends Conference rRE rAMPA 'l'IMES Published e e nl11 r 1 Mon4a:r throuch Saturday by The rrlbune Company from The rrlbune B uUd -s;!::!.".i clan matter at the Pool Office at Tampa, Florida, under tho .le i of S , 1179. Subscription Rates: By carrier ... Ia aduace. Member of A$'10claled. Prose. M ember of Audit Bureau of Clr culallon. BY EDUCATORS Teaching Machines Studied Here , . Deaths Social Security Can Pay Funeral Bills Planned The Tampa Times University of South Florida Campus Edition (Pare 1 and !'age Z Staff) ;Editor ............••••••••.•.•••••••••••••.. Bill Blalock Managing Editor •. , .••..••.••••••••••....... Jim Dixon Faculty Adviser ..•..................... George H. Miller Other staff members include: Charles 0. Barnes, John Winter, Louise Stewart and Joseph Centinaro. Address all communications to Office of Campus Publications, Room ZZ4, University Center. Phone WE 8-4131, Ext. 118. 21 Additional Staff BeginWork i . n Fall PHONE TODAY FOR DECORATOR -SERVICE Whether your probl em Is a comp l ete face l iftin g for your holT).& or br i ghtening a n . eglec:t ed corner ••• the expert ad vice of M aas B r o thers' decora• tors, ts at your commend • • • at no extra cost to you! fhone Tampa 65 . SPECIAL NOTICE TO ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS Effective July I we will compute your Savings Account interest under our new ''CENTRAL BANK DAILY INTEREST PLAN'' Under this plan your deposits will start interest at the rate of earning Per OF , Open a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with us TODAY .•• r Enjoy the additional interest that your account will earn under our new "CENTRAL BANK DAILY INTEREST PLAN" CENTRAL. BANK OF TAMPA Grand Central and Howard The Hub of Greater Western Taml)a "FULL SERVICE BANKING" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation TAMPA, FLA. t

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MORE !0 COME IN THE FUTYRE. NOW T Softball Game Rated 'Exceptionally Good' By BILL BLODGETT Times Sports Writer CLEARWATER, July 3-A myriad of questions encom passed the ABC television crew after last Saturday's TV rendition of the All-Star Series here at Jack Russell Stadium, some of which were: How many people saw the telecast?; will there be an other any time soon?; how did it go over as far as ratings are concerned?, and what was the cost estimate? Charlie Arden, an inde pendent producer who's job is to sell certain features to the networks, was the man an swering most of the questions. As far as succe&s, the esti mate was 8 to 11 million view ers, which on a "dead" (Fourth of July) weekend was considered exceptionally good. "It went" over very well," said Arden. "It was a good, fast, tight game played by 'pros' who happen to be called 'amateurs.' As far as softball is concerned," he continued, shoving a yellow 8x10 sheet of paper i.n our direction, "It's bigger than baseball." Facts disclosed that softball drew 175 million spectators annually, while baseball was consigned to 30 million. As a side note, 300,000 organized softball teams dot the U.S. playing surfaees, encompass in.g some 10 million players. Cost of putting on the show which was a portion of the ABC series Wide World of Sports, was $100,000. Profit or loss could .not be shown due to the fact that Arden sold the series to the net work, rather than as an in• dividual show. Since the game was video taped for standard time zones
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THE TAMPA TOlES, Monday, July 3, 1961 ----------------10 TELEVISION IN REVIEW 'NEW' RECORDINGS Fans Ca . n Still Enioy Caruso's Great Voice 9 P.M. 13-DANNY THOMAS SHOW, CBS. Re-run, "The Four Angels." Danny wants to book a group of youn g singers and runs into trouble with the group's manager, his son Rusty Hamer). Film and Tape 1Starbursts1 Fizzle By FRED DANZIG Fischer and chess authority for the Kuwait segment, the World War II siege of Malta NEW YORK, July 3 -Gulf Coast Serenade Sunrlser Sun Up Bob Ross history and lasting app'eal of VG. Patlrlck, Spta. chess. Too bad the fuse didn't un p oape Music catch fire. 8:06-Weather , News /world News World News Botton', New• . Sun Up Bob Ross The talk w.as too hurried and 8:45-Gulf Coast Serenade sunrlser a four-minute "Crash" game •• --::N:-e-w-•. -s=-u _ n _ r,..:ls-er---=B:-r-ea...,k...:f.:..a...,st'-C:-:1-=u,..:b-. -G:_e:.:r.:..tru = d.:.e.:.w=-.. t.:.o.:.on-1 betweeQ champ i 0 n Bobby 9: 15---Serenade Sunr l ser Breakfast Club Swap, Buy, Sell BUSCH GARDENS AT THE FlORIDA HOME oF Budweiser. tN TAMPA 3000 TEMPLE TERRACE HIGHWAY Three More Named .. 5 Scholarships To Teaching . Posts N A •t bl Arthur Godfre:r Small World Galen Dr ake ow va I a e 10:45-Trlangle Trader A.rthar Godfrey Small World B. McWilliam• PLANT CITY-Three morE! 0 Small World Sln&iser, New• teachers have been added to In ptometry Garry Moore .... faculties of publi c schools in 11:45-Encore Clooney-Crosby Small World B . McWilliam• the Plant City area, Denton L. Five scholars hips in optomet-T d Aft Cook, supervising principal, said ric education are now available UeS ay ern00n Friday. . to qualified Florida students, Willis. P . Peters., graduated according to Dr. Albert H. RoMan and Wife Noon Medley B. My'son, N01ro this month from t h e University driguez of Tampa, secretary of U : tlS-News. Ba.seball Noonllmer Noon Medley B . MeWilllamo of Tampa, will teach at Turkey the Florida State Board of Op-1:06-White Sox-Twins News, Noontlmer Flair Cedric Footer Creek Elementary School. t t 1: tr>-White Sox-Twins Noontlmer Flair Frolics orne ry. Sox-Twins Woman's Wash. Flair Warren, News Daniel F. Keane, a graduate The scholarships, tot a 1 in g __ of Florida Southern College, has WILL BE CLOSED • NEW TUMS FAMILY BOTTLE! $1,000 per year each for the en2:06-Whlle soxTwlns News, Tower Home & Birhway Fulton Lewis Jr. been assigned to Jackson Ele• tire course of study, were ereT o wer Review Newa mentary School. a ted by the 1961 Florida Legis2:45-White Sox-Twins Music, News BIU Polk Mrs. Shirley Surrency, re-Independence 4th of JULY New TuMs Family Bottle con tains one hundred minty-fresh TUMS tablets. One hundred fast, .sure ways to relieve . acid indigestion, heartburn and gas. Get a bottle for your home today. Economical-only 83. Dr. Dav i d P. Baumann announces his association with Dr. Roy F. Saxon Jr. at No. 1 Davis Blvd. In the prac:tic:e of Cardiology and Internal Medicine lature to provide professional News, Tower Home & Highway Costell o New• turning after a one-year leave visual care in areas of Florida Sox-Twins Tower Review Home & Highwa:r Memor; Tra il f b d t th Where a critical need exists. Bandst'd Info . Centra l Home & Hlghwa:r Marvin, Newa 0 a SCnce, WaS ass1gne 0 e To be eligible for scholar8:45---Baodstand 970 Tower Review Music, News Tampa Bee, Dpt . S:;.ix_:th_.::g:.:.r..::a..::d:.:.e_:a:.:.t_:.P..::in:.:.:e.:c.:..re.:..s:.t::. ________________ . _______________________________________ -:------------ships, applicants must be resi! New• dents of Florida for at least five Newo Sidelight s Home & Blghw&:r Bill Stern, Splo. years and meet pre-optometric 4:45---Band stand 970 Tower Rnlew M u s ic, News Bllll'olk educational requirements, in-3:06-Newa, Bandstand Ne.ws, Sundowner Rome &Hichway Foster, Newe eluding two years' attendance Jr. at an accredited college Of arts 5:45---Speclal Edltion Sundowner Music, News Sunset Trail and sciences, or a junior college, --=---=------T A _ M __ P _ A __ S _ T _ A __ T _ I _ O,;,__N _ S ______ _ with emphasis on mathematics and the biological sciences. 1rlg = Scholarship recipients ffi US t WHBO 10.;0 KC Wl'KMFM 104.7 MC WALT WSOL WDAE WINQ agree to attend an accredited wzsT 1550 KC WTUN-FM -88.9 MC college of optometry approved by the Florida State Board of Optometry and practice in an area designated by the board upon completion of the prescribed course. For further information and an application form,' interested applicants may contact the Florida State Board of Optometry, 202 N. Howard Ave., or the Florida Optometric Association, 206 Madison St. Mayor Glaros Seeks Civil Defense Chief PLANT CITY-Mayor John Glaros hopes to be able to name a new civil defense director soon to replace Ray Rollyson, who resigned the post for a position on the Board of Public Assist-WEST COAST STATIONS \\'SUN 820 KC WLCY 13l!O KC WLAK 1430 KC WONN 1230 KC WSl'JI KC WKXY 930 KC WPLA 910 KC WGTO 540 KC WPJN 680 KC WDCL 1470 KC WDCF 1330 KC WSlR 1400 KC WILZ 1590 KC WAZE 860 KC WINT 1360 KC WTCX-FM-99.5 MC WTAN 1340 KC WBRD H20 KC WTRLH90KC WYAK-FM-102.5 MCl Television Progra'ms WFLA-TV T&mpa Channel 8 WTVT-TV Tampa Ch)lnnel 13 WSUN-TV Sl. Petersbur r Channel 38 WDBO-TV Orlando Channel e Monday Evening Underwater Pulse News ABC Eve. Report Ch. 6 Newsroom 6:15-Assgn. Underwater Pulse News News, Spts., Wt.hr Wth., l\lllestoneo 6:30-Harper News. 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