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• \ Sunny Side U p Fair through Tu es d ay. North east win d s 10-2 0 m . p . h . Hig h tod ay 88 . L o w tonigh t 67. THE TAMPA TIMES Universi ty Of .South Florida Campus Edition S IXTY NINTH YEAR-No . 210 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, O CT O BER 9, 1961 PRICE FIVE CENTS USF Stude,nt Electi n s Planned for Friday, Oct. 0 Dates Set for Candidates To File, Open Campaign B y BILL BLALO C K Elections for USF student government positions will be held Friday, Oct. 20, in t h e University Center, according t o Dr. Howard Johns hoy, dean of student affairs. The electio n will select a president, vice president, recording secretary, cor responding secretary and treasurer. According to Johnshoy, future government NEW PLAY elections will be held in the spring so that officers will be able to plan in advance for the coming year. Deadline Set The deadline for students to declare candidacy for the com ing election has been set for 5 p.m., Wednesday. Official campaigning will begin Monday, Oct. 16. An open meeting has been scheduled for 10 a.m., Monday, Peninsular Players, the producing organization for 16, in the Teaching .Audi the University Theater has announced auditions for "A tonum-Theatre for a of . , • . the names of those who mtend 'Trumpet Calling' Auditions Tuesday Trumpet,. by Abel Plenn, to be m the to run for office. The meeting Teachmg Aud1torm m Theater on T uesday evenmg at 8. also will be open for further Auditions are open t o all interested people, and new nominations. students are urged to attend, E l ecti o n Rules interest is in actinee and evening performance Regulations established by mg or techmcal work. on Dec. 2, and fly back to Tamthe Election Rules Committee . , This play is new. play, and pa on Dec . 3. to govern all aspects of the Its world premiere w1ll be held Set in 17th c en t u r y New campaign follow -Pholo bY Nelson Medina here on Nov. 15. "A Trumpet England, "A Trumpet Calling" No posters the outside Little Man o n Campus R OME IS WHER E THE HAT I S Pete Hammond, 19-year-old debonair bachelo r from West Palm Beach, moves into A lpha Hall. Pete, who plans to major in history, is a transfer student from a junior cO: only one person All, women members, women of the orgah1Lclti,,.1S l,:, most a,r>propri --...--Tour dates have already been ''The Iceman Cometh" durmg Uus staff, WlVeS Of men Ill the faculty, staffs and adnumstra-ate for him. Bryant GI•VeS Deferred Rush Advantageous arranged in Hollywood, Fla., and "Here Come The Clowns'" On the file of motion, the full tion and women holding personnel positions in the uni-The Social Club Council has The deferred rush .program Jacksonville, and, has been on the campus namd etsh of bo0 the ntominator versity are eligible . . . . that has been established at d arrangements are bemg . . It 'th an e nommee mus appear . set up an exhibition m the GalCampUS Edition USF is designed to allow stuto play in seven other ;..1 in full, as they are on the The new officers elected last for groups. lery Lounge of the University dents a full semester to see Florida cities. Current plans staff wilf direect registrar's record; will be spring and serving until next golf, c t h h • th s 1 h. h 1 b most t' e on 11 f th t fl to • no formal carnpaigrung Oct 16 M J h s Alll ru • 00 5 • ex P 01 n g, en er w ere eac OL e oc1a A 8 • A O K w IC c u s are ac IV ca or e company o Y play. Dowling plans to be here All t f f'l • t b sprmg are: rs. o n . en, bridge, and gardening. Clubs has its own exhibit, allow19 • campus, and which best provide Boston on Dec. 1, play a mat-during Tuesday's auditions. h"ndmedo Roulees honorary president; Mrs. Clar-The first formal event of the ing rushees the opportunity to . individual concern for the wel.., see what the various clubs have Gov. Farris Bryant and State fare of each member. Sucial Not a musical, "A Trumpet Committee prior to 5 p.m. ence C. Clark, president; Mrs. year will be the president's done for the past year and what Sen. Sam Gibbons both agree clubs in this period have ample Daily Schedul e Calling" does, nevertheless, Wednesday, at UC 218. ' Irving L. Webber; first vice-formal reception and dance, they will be doing in the future. that cooperation between The time to screen potential mem-have a number of songs, and In outlining the first major president; Mrs. Robert L. DenNov. 10 C f A bers to assure themselves that MONDAY some choral work for a church tasks confronting the future ofd d 'd t The club program for the Eldlibit and on erence rea Tampa Times and the Universi. . . . . ' congregation. An ability to sing fi ' cers, Johnshoy I'ncluded the es-nar , s. e con vice-pres! en ; year I's as follows. h al . . rushees are smcere m w1shmg 10 a.m .. WorkStudr co-op .... uc 257 A conference area. m t e g • ty of South Flonda m produc to join a social club This type wesley .Foundation ....... uc 205 is not necessary for many of the tablishment of an executive Mrs. Gid E. Nelson, correspond -oct. 16, 3 ,00.5 ,00 p.m. _ Business lery has provided where the Edition of The of program also a'ssures the B8 m roles in the play. The . cast is council, the forming of civic ing secretary; Mrs. Wendell J. meeting, Place: Staff lounge, library. anyone WI.shmg to have a con-T1mes. provides a great of clubs of students who are aca-5 p.m .• Dancin.g uc Ballroom a one, numbermg 33 unit?, and lhe of a Ragan, recording secretary; and Pftonz;: w 11tbh any of a for demically capable of assuming ..... TA speakmg roles plus some 10 or parliamentary authonty. Also Mrs Thomas F Stovall treasJefferson High School . subject: "The IC c u may o so Y aprng to work w1t a Ig-city a membership in these organi-9 p.m., Residence Hall meeting ... RA 15 others who will represent planned for the future is an ' ' Spamsh of pomtment. The Gallery Lounge newspaper. t' St d t h ld t f el TUESDAY members of the crowds bondelection of representatives to urer. Dec. 6:30 p.m.-christmas dlnner and conference area will be "I th' k , G B t 'd za wns. u en s s no e . • Th f' t t th 1 In 4 Events program. to attend. tor. Place: GOVERNOR BRYANT ON CAMPUS FOR HONORS CONVOCATION AND GROUNDBREAKING AS USF STARTS SECOND YEAR OF CLASSES Governor Bryant and President Allen head the groundbreaking ceremonies o!l the USF campus for a new Humanities building. The ceremony followed an honors convocation which recognized 46 students w h o had to date made a 3.5 or better average. In the center the official procession is shown as it moved to the Teaching Auditorium-Theater at the beginning of the morning's program. In the distance is the USF library which was officially opened earlier this year. At right Governor Bryant speaks to the faeulty, dents, staff and guests following the groundbreaking ceremony. To the left are the three shovels which were a few seconds earlier manned by Dr. John Hicks, chairman of Humanities at USF; Governor Bryant and A. A. Beecher, director of Fine Arts. Students com mented that Dr. Hicks hand seemed to fit the shovel in a remarkabl e manner-probably because of his home-garden training.


There's Something Very Special About ... BLENRON SUITS tailored by the COMPANY Blenron is probably one of America ' s mo s t a sked for Suits •• , whi c h indi ca te s that the "Something Sp ecial" i s value. M e n like its conv enient easy indoor/ outdoor year around eo m fort, its unmatchable w e ightless fe el. Loomed es pecially for the Palm Beach Co. Stay fres h Dac ron fiber s maintain cri s pn e ss wrinkle res ist ant crea s e r e t e ntion and shape hold ing tailoring keep s very trim line s looking that way longer. More hands om e th a n ever b e e a use for the firs t time Blenron com e s in exc iting n e w plaids, twi s t s a s well a s solid s . S e e them today. $55.00 e Eastgate e Britton Pla z a e North Gate Shopping Center e 125 E. Stuart Ave., Lake Wales 2 THE TAMPA TI)\'IES, Monday, October 9, 1961 COUNT NOW 196 PROFS 57 Faculty Members Added Faculty size at the University Donald_ E. of business education; University of South Florida Campus Edition of South Florida has reached a fessor of soc1al science; Dr. Dr. Robert J. Decker, associate UURS The Pos t Office in th e Unive r sit y C e nte r will be open for staff and students Monday through Fri day from 11 a . m . to 2 p . m. anct on Saturday from lO a .m. to 12 ages . Any t e g istered or insured mall must be mailed at a Post Off ice in the city. ALL UNIVERSITY "The Devil's Advoc ate,!' a novel by Morris L . West, is the first All Universit y book for the fall s e m e ster. Copies are av a ilable ln the Campus Store, and discussions and seminars will be held from time to time in the next few weeks Membets of th e fac ulty are urged to make use of the book whenever pos sible in their classes . EDUCATION GROUPThe Assoc la tiona! ':ducatlon Ass ociation ls s eek ing new members. Information on lh publications , life Insur ance program and other services is available from Dr. M ayhew (AD 2047). EPISCOPALIANS TO MEETA re ception for Epi s copalian stud e nt s and starr member s wlll b e h eld In UC-200, O ct. 10 at 11 a.m. Rev. Fred Dickman, c haplain f or Episcopalians at the Uni versi t y , wUI be present to help organ ize a Canterbur y Club on campus. UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA h as offer e d t o m ake availabl e to USF student s a season ticke t whic h will cover the re maining fiv e football games plus six basketball g ames play ed In the month of Decem b e r . , . all for the pric e of $5. ---------------Library Group Will Meet Wednesday PLANT CITY -A regional meeting of the Trustees and Friends section of the Florida Library Association will take place in Plant City Wednesday. The all-day session will get under way at 10 a.m. at the Planteen Recreation Ceqter on Dart Street. It will feature panel discussions on "How Good Is Our Library?", "How Good Is Our Librarian and Staff?"; "How Good Am I As a Library Board Member?", "Librarian Board Relationships" , and "Personnel Policies". Robert Trinkle of Plant City and Mrs. Jack Walsingham of Tampa are among leaders of the discussion panels. Mrs. Gretchen Schenk of Summerdale, Ala., a library consultant, will be the featured speaker. All interested citizens are invited to attend any part or all of the conference. USF To Pick Song Nov. 29 The Student Arts Council is sponsoring a contest in song competition for a University of South Florida song. Rules for the composition are available in the Fine Arts office. Songs will be heard and the winner chosen Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 8 :30 p . m . in the Teaching Auditorium-Theater. Life in Space Life in space will be discussed by Dr. Ralph E . Lapp, 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Teaching Auditorium-Theater. Dr. Lapp i s a prominent author and independent science con-When West left the monastery in 1942 , his native country, Australia, was at war so he joined the army. It was during this time that he first wrote of his rebellion against the "dehuman i zation of belief," in a novel called "Moon In My Pocket." off They Go sultant serving industry since • • • 1949 . His prime objective is one "The Devil' s Advocate" is the story of a pries t , dying of cancer who is sent to a small town in Southern Italy to investigate the life of a man the villagers claim was a saint. Reception Tuesday For Episcopalians There will be a reception Tuesday, at 11 a .m. in UC-200 for all Episcopalian students and faculty and staff. The meeting will introduce Rev. Fred Dickman, Episcopal chaplain on campus , and also give students a chance to become acquainted with each other, the faculty and staff. Refreshments will be s erved, and there will be a brief discussion of the formal organ i zation of a Canterbury Club on the University campus. All interested Episcopalians are urged to attend. 20 Make Application For Co-Op Program More than 20 newly enrolled students have made application for the Work-Study Cooperative Program to date this semester, a ccording to Georg e H. Miller, director of the program. Application forms are avail able in AD1070. Students d e smng to join the program eithe r during the spring semester or next summer should make application during Octo ber. Las t y ear, 124 students made application for the program, 60 w e r e accepte d for interview and 36 w ere assi g n e d to teams. Termites? Call Terminix 65-1311 BENTON, Tenn. (IP) -: Mrs. of increasing public knowledg e Nora Epperson has contnbuted o science by the written and three m embers to the U . S . Air spoke n word. Force a son and two daug h -=-----,-===c=-=-=---ters. Charles has been assigned ADVERTISEMENT to study Russian at Syracus e University, and d aughte r s Katie and Jeannie have bee n ass i gned to the Air Force hospital at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, T e x. , THE TAMPA TIMES Publlohed e Y e n In g • Monday class JUatt e r at the Post Office at Tampa, FJorlda, 1Ulder the Act of M"rc b 3 , 1879. Subscription R"les: By carrier :JOe per week; br carrier or mall three monlhs 5.1.90; olx months $7 .80; one year Sl5.&0. Subocrlplton payable In advance, Member of P.reu. Member of Aadll Bureau of Clr culallo11. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic and Arthritis Pain If you ouffe r rheumatic, arthritis or neuritis pain, try this simple inexpensive home recipe that thollS1lnds are uslni. Get a can of RU-EX Compound, a 2 weeki! supply, today. Mix it with a quart of water, add the juice of 4 l emons. It' s easy! No trouble at a U and ple asant. You need only 3 ta blespoonfuls 2 times a day. Often withIn 48 h ours-sometimes overnights plen did results are obtained. lC the pains do not quickly leave and if you do not feel better, return th e empty can and RU-EX wUl cost you nothing. You are th e sole judge aa RU-EX is sold by your druggist oo a money back guarantee. Over 6 million eaos used. Proof of wonderful results. ADV. IT'S WONDERFUL HEARING! You must s e e and hear this m e r e wisp of a Sonotone hearing aid to b elieve it. Half the size of a lipstick -women cove r it with a curl, men just tuc k it behind the ear. The smallest Sonotone ever, it weighs only 74 of an ounce ( aid shown without tube or eartip). You owe it to your hearing to see the wonderful "Wisp. " SONOTONE OF TAMPA 210 Wallace '5' Bldg., 608 Tampa St. Jerry Yoye, Mgr . , Ph. 2-3508 S e e o n T Y C h a n n e I 8 Fri. 7 7:30 P. M, Statement of Condition of THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK of -Tampa AT THE CLOSt OF BUSINESS SEPTEMBER 27, 1961 CONDENSED FROM REPORT TO COMPTROLLER RESOURCES LIABILITIES Reser•e •' 5 43 , 506,ooua 5 Stock in .. 1 ' 723 ' 203 ' 50 and interest .. • 1,065,331.04 r!: Bank . . . . . • . . • • . • . • • • 210,000.00 Liability for Letters m G Other assets • • • • • • • • • • • • 24,787.33 i!r Overdrafts • . . . . . . . . . . . 11,879.80 customers . . . . • 37,280.73 [1 Customers' liability for Let Total deposits , , , • 1 06,126,633.54 I $ 69 •• ::::::::: I $115,355,966.15 $115,355,966.15 • • Millions In Trust Assets Administered by us are not reflected in this statement m .. DIRECTORS FRED C. BILLINQ Exec utive VIce President BYRON E. BUSHNELL Chairman o f the Executive Committee F lorida Steel Corporat ion RICHARD M . CLEWIS, JR. Presiden t , Tampa Abstract & Ti tle Insurance Compan:v GEORGE D. CURTIS, JR. Presid e nt , Booker & comPan:v, In e. CHESTER H. FERGUSON, Fenuson , Allison & Kelly, Attornena t Law VIce President, LYkes Broa., Inc, G. R. GRIFFIN Presi d ent PAUL A. HOXIE Financier PETER 0. KNIGHT, JR, Cho.irman of the Board Vic e Chairman o f Executive Committee, Tampa. E lectri c Comp any Partner , Knltrht , Bell & Jon es. A ttorne:vs-at-La.w WILLIAM C. MaciNNES Preslden t. Tampa Elect ric Company ROBERT THOMAS P resident , Port Sutton, Inc. P reside nt , River-Gulf T erminal , Ice. HENRY TOLAND VIc e Pre s ident and Trust Offi c er CHARLES C. WHITAKER, II P a rtner, Whitaker, Ma.nn & Stagg, AttorneYS-at-Law CURRIE D. WITT Chairman of th e Board, M erc u r y Motor Express, Inc. Chairman of the Board, C itrus Proper ties, Inc. D. HOYT WOODBERY Pre s ident , H avA-To.mpa Clgo.r C o mpany President. Ell Wit t Clear Company FRED J . WOODS Vice Chairman of the Board Pre s ident, The GuU Fertll!zer Company OFFICERS PETER O . KNIGHT, JR. Chairman of the Board FRED J, WOODS V ice Chairman of the Board G. R. GRIFFIN Pres i dent FRED C. BILLINQ Executive Vic e Pre siden t HAMILTON HUNT senior VIce Pre s ident CLYDE C. SHARPE Seni o r VIc e President Vice Pre s i d e n ts MISS I SA DEL CUETO BRINTNALL H. MERCHANT W . D. WELLS R. 0, McDONALD, JR. Ca&hler HAYDN W . WARKENTIN& A s sis t ant VIce Pre sident R. W. DULANEY and ComPtroller WILLIAM L. HARPER A ssista n t Cashi er & A. R. COLLINS EVERETT M. BROADWELL MARVIN T . CHANCEY JAMES A . BRYAN MRS. HELEN R. HAYMAN WILLIAM J. ROVER THOMAS R. DOYLE DOMINICK A. MINOTTI JOSEPH H. WHITAKEit ,Auditor G. !t. GARNER Mananr. Mortaag e warehou slna: DePart ment MRS. JANE D. LANGFORD TRUST DEPARTMENT HENRY TOLAND Vice President and Tru s t Oltlcer Associat e T rus t Officers W. M. KILER WILLIAM J . MOODY MISS MARLYN L . ALLEN JULIAN D. HALLIBURTON PERSONAL LOAN DEPARTMENT TUCKER W. HOOD Vice President RUSSELL SANDS A ss i s tant Cas hi e r MISS PHYLLIS M . ESSEX A ssis tant Cas hi e r WAL,KER L . NEWTON, JR, .Assistant Cashier MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION THE NATIONAL BANK of Tampa FRANKLIN & TWIGGS • , TAMPA, FLORIDA. • .. \


\ Rawls Beats Flu, Open Field ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Oct. 9 B JOHN ALDEN' KNIGHT (A')-Betsy Rawls fought back Y . . from an attack of the flu and One of the many mce thmgs about a black bass, largeFACE ITALY FRIDAY U.S. Cup HopeS Dim FANFARE THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, October 9, 1961 11 By Walt Ditzen won t h e $8,000 Albuquerque mouth or smallmouth, is his versatility. Instead of there being ROME 0 t . 9 (A') _ The U.S. Trinity University, San Antonio, ladies professional golf swing one, clean-cut, sure-fire method for black bass, the:e Davis Cup today gets down Tex. Bartzen has bursitis. Their parade. are a great variety of methods, all of whtch produce bass m to the business of determining absence leaves the United States from Spartanburg fired a The great majority of the bass fishermen use bait. That's zone tennis final against favored The Italians Nicola PiefiVe-over-par 221 over the tough, . . d th Italy starting Friday. trangeli, Orlando Sirola an d wind swept Four Hills Country all nght wtth the bass, an e 1 .d ' 1 , c a t a in Fausto Gardini -are veterans Club course to home $1,313 bait fishermen stay happy. Tomorrow s Tl es pan inof Davis Cup play. Piestrangeli for her second VIctory of the Quite a few prefer orthdox cast. TAMPA _BAY TIDES . f 0 r mal tournamet, including and Sirola teamed to beat the Cassius Challenges lngo season k High 1.26 a.m. and 2 " 41 p.m. 'd h' h U 't d St t th Davis Cup ing equipment. The bass t a e Low . . . . .. 8:07 a.'!'. and 8:08 p.m. regular matches, to dec1 e w IC . m e a .es m e Miss Rawls, s t i 11 sniffling b h fl t d sink-Tidal differences: Hillsboroug Bl:r of his four players he will use. mterzone fmal last year. from her early week bout with plugs, ot oa mg an . Jray: t d t Anstralia then bcata the !talLOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 19 within 48 hours. We know a scored a technical knockout a bug, shot a 73 yesterday-one ing; they take wobblers, spoons, high 1 hour, 38 min. later, low l hour. Freehd. had Rbeedn efxpAelc e d 0 ians in the challenge round to (A')With Alex Miteff out of fight between Clay a.nd Johans-over Mitef in 1:45 of' the sixth de t the 25 to 30 . d "hat the same rules ap-1---=------=------culated for the area, the best ttme for ., day, . hunting and fishing for today and ply to bait fishing in a bass Beverly HanS o_n of IndiO, tomorrow will be u follows: river. What bass there are out .Berra Cal1f., was wtth a 228 and in the deep water usually hang of Jal, N.M., 5:15 11: 3 0 U5 around together. Instead of (Continued From Page 8) really hurtin'. Ya gotta give Mick all the credit for play ing in his condition. That ' ab scess on his hip looks like a tulip. He might not play to day, but the way he has been swing that bat in practice I wouldn'e be surprised if Ralph used him as a pinch hitter, if we need him. It was great how the Cincinnati fans gave Mick a big hand after he sin gled and left the game be cause he could hardly run. ftmshed ftfth w1th a sonslstent 6 ' 00 anchoring, drift. Keeping the 77-77-77-231. baits moving. That way you you happen to choose, there are could find the schools. Usually certain rules that you should you will take most of your fish know in order to make good from the same general area. When wading , use the same catches. All too many bass fishmethod. Move slowly along in ermen are content simply to knee-deep water near shore. go to good bass water, rig up Cast the baits into deeper water their gear, and then trust to and allow them to sink and swing below you. In that way luck. If you know where the you can cover an entire pool bass are, what they are doing, in a comparatively short time. and how to find them, your The same methods can be used chances for success are far betsuccessfully with casting rods or spinning rods, using deep-run ter than if you simply go fish-ning lures. ing. In a river, not nearly enough Opening day of the bass sea-attention is paid to shallow son comes directly after spawttriffles and the shallow ends of ing. Spawning is done in the the pools, "the fans." Feeding shallows. Bass guard their nests fish go where there is the most quite actively, even after the food and that, of course, means eggs have hatched and the the shallows. In every riffle youngsters have moved into the there are pockets, even in very safety of the very shallow shallow wadeable riffles . These Tonight we take the train back to New York and I hope we can go back as w o r 1 d champions. I'd like to say a word about Cincinnati's fans. Their park is so small that you get the f e e li n g of being at a real country fair. It's l i k e old Ebbets Field. But they have fun rooting for their team and I guess that's the way it should be. They are good s o u n d baseball fans. water, the parents still spend pockets' nearly always hold fish. J much time in the shallows. The tails of the pools also hold BETSY RAWLS Obviously the. place to fish cruising fish in search of food. Cole Takes Both • • • wins at Albuquerque for bass is where most of the By holding llie boat and casting _:....:....:._ ____ __ ------a rather long line across these Fields of Shoot • p • y fans, . often you can pick up Dr. L. J. Cole took both skeet Lema Gets firSt urse In ears surpn.smgly large bass m water and trap honors at the Cigar HESPERIA, Calif., Oct. 9 (JP) left him three strokes ahead of IS not knee-deep; Here City Gun Club yesterday, mis--Golfer Tony Lema shooting Jerry of Glendale, agam a shallow-runnmg lure sing only six of 75 targets all • Califorma. takes fish just as well as bait together. over his head and under par, Bud Holscher of North Hollywill. Cole hit 46 of 50 in skeet holds a winner's purse today for wood finished third with a 143 When drifting the open water and 23 of 25 in trap to take the first time in two years. and Jacky Cupit of Longview, of a lake, often you will find both fields. The 27 -year-o ld professional Tex., was fourth with a 144. concentration spots. It is a good Other top skeet scores found from san Leandro, Calif., won Lema won $1,200, Steelsmith plan to mark these for Nick Geraci Sr. with 43 of 50, the $12.500 Hesperia Invita$1,000, Holscher $900 and Cupit future. reference .. t try to H. B. Harpham at 25x25 and tiona! yesterday with a five-un$800. do th1s by drawmg 1magmary Wallace W1lson at 23x25. der-par 67 in the second and Lema said this was his first lines from one shore .to the Other tr.ap scores were Em fiJJal round. He had shot a 71 victory since the 1959 Idaho otl'ter. Instead, . take a on Metnck at 21x25 and J. in llie morning round of the 36Open. "I was shooting over my some convement obJeCt on Hahczer at 35x50. hole event and his total of 138 head," he said. shore, such as tree or dock, Dog Track Entries then make it on the boat. Then Barber Voted PGA Player of 1960 line up another prominent land mark well in the background. Next line up another pair of landmarks at an angle of about 90 degrees . That will give you cross-bearings that will pinpoint the spot for you and make it easy to find again. ENTRIES Early morning and late eveFIRST RACE-Fiveslxteenths mueDUNEDIN , Oct. 9 IUPD-Memtotal of 1,227 votes cast. in the hers of the Professional Golfers player of the year electiOn an Association (PGA> have chosen nounced here Saturday. . . their champion, Jerry Barber of Arnold Palmer of Miam1, Los Angeles, as Player of the of the year in 1960, Year for 1961. p1cked up 374 votes for second ning are regular daily feeding Destiny s. Sword Dancer times. The Solunar Periods dur-2. Wild Rumor 6. Gold Cheetah , h d f d' t' 3. Hi Wonder 7. New H1t mg t e ay are ee mg 1mes, 4. Key Rocket 8. Chief Pattie too, which are apt to be every RACE-Five-sixteenths mile bit as productive. Remember 1. College King . 5. R. F . Flossie during fee ding The jockey-sized veteran capplace this year. Masters cham tured llie 1961 PGA tournament pion, Gary Player, currently llie in July by out s hooting Don top money winner o.n the pro January gave him 405 out of aetour, collected 140 votes for ' third. nods the maJonty of the ftsh 4. Dobie Sadler 8. Darlow will be in the shallow water, mile searching for food. In lakes, 1 . Dla) Dick 5. Bean Bag this means shore lines and rocky i: A. JERRY BARBER ••• honored The 45-year-old Barber, a five foot five inch, 137-pound putt ing precisionist, will receive the player of the year award for mally Nov. 7 at the PGA's annual meeting at Hollywood by the-Sea, Fla. bars; in rivers , shore lines and 4 . Hunt N Peck 8. Du•.ky Lou . the heads and tail s of pools. As RACE-Five-siXteenths mile I say, the places to fish are 1. Sweet Sister 5. Mar Pistol those where the bass are most apt to b e . So keep track of the 4. Fred B. 8. Your Guest feeding periods and govern RACE-Threeel.ghths mile-your fishing accordingly. Son 3. Marca 7. Rose Starr * * * * 4. Melody Mule 8. Golf S tar SIXTH RACE-Fiveslxteenths mile Grade B: • 1n $$ Player Leads 1. Traveler Joe 5. My Mentor 2. Buck Chancy 6. Mar De 3. R.F. Win' Habit 7. R. F. Big Jim 4. Missy Gertrude 8 . Native SEVENTH RACE-Three-eighths mile -Grade D: 1. Raiment 5. Ski Girl DUNEDIN, Oct. 9 IUPD-Mas-Palmer, of five tourt YettRosev ters champion Gary Player re-naments thts year compared to 4. K. o. Kitty R .. Fancy . tained his lead in 1961 golf four for Sanders and three for EIGHTfl RACE-FtvesiXteenths mtle . . f' Pl t' d t 1 d th -Grade B: money win.nmgs m 1 gures reayer, con mue o ea e t. Devilish non s. Thrifty HI leased during the weekend by Vardon Troph y standiJJgs with 5: the Professional Golfers Asso-an average of 69.828 strokes 4 . Anni .. Sims R . Kanrli Ella ciation

12 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, October 9, 1961 -Start by Bisell l\lcWilliams Jr. ALL BECAUSE OF ONE SMART SQUIRREL •.. Cling Peterson installs another device to keep his pecan tree from being stripped by one pesky squirrel. JAZZ BUFFS WILL LOVE IT Disc Won't Promote Classics JIUSHY TAIL OUTSMARTS HUMAN, SO FAR Squirrel, Tampan Wage Real Nutty Battle By TOM INGLIS "I'm willing to share the Peterson said. "She climbed pointing to a network of Times Staff Writer nuts with her. I'm willing to the orange tree stump and cable , rope and wires which It isn't that Cling Peterson split on a 50-50 basis-but sat there studying the situ-retract the branches closer doesn't like squirrels. Until she wants to take all the ation and chirking for about to the main trunk and lift the last three years be never pecans. I know if she gets into an hour. I don't know if she them from the squirrel's thought much about squirrels. the tree now she'll clear it in was talking to herseif or flight range. He could take them or leave a day." swearing at me." Undaunted. . the squirrel them. Peterson recounted that the The squirrel moved back to went inside the stovepipeToday, however, Peterson, squirrel started her attack on the g r o u n d route again . tube metal wrapping Petera retired railroader and con-the tree several weeks ago Climbing the trunk of the son had put around the tree struction worker, finds himwhen the nuts were still small tree to a point near the disktrunk. Burrowmg and gnawself engaged in one of the and green. type blockade, she jumped ing she attempted to tunnel nuttiest fights ever battled First Blockade outward to catch the edge toward the nuts. Peterson out in the Tampa area. The first blockade was a of the disk, then swung her-watched and finally gave up A female cat squirrel is de-flat metal disk , extending self up and over. From the the trunk wrapping in fear termined to strip Peterson' s around the tree, about 18 t f th d' k h h d f pecan tree. Peterson is almost inches out from the bark. This op 0 .e lS s e a ree the s qui r r e 1 would gnaw equally determined he's going stopped the squirrel for only access to the n u t 1 a d e n through the bark to such an branches. to get at least a share of his a few minutes. The rodent "I watched her carry off extent the tree would be in-nuts. moved to her . primary air t h'l Sh d d k'll d As a res u 1 t the squirrel route. nu s for a w 1 e. e rna e Jure or 1 e . and Peterson are engaged in Climbing a nearby plum about 11 trips with nuts in After the metal wrapping a ll'tt'e cold war at 8205 t th 1 t' d five minutes," Peterson said. was rem o v e d the squirrel ree, e squ1rre sor Ie By wrapping the tree trunk 17th St. from the plum's branches with metal sheeting, Peterson again had access to the nuts The 66-year-old Peterson is into the pecan and got her k H b h d f th trying to keep the battle lim-nuts. Peterson cut back the stopped this new attack. howdY jumtpingdtokt ede o th.e. !ted to a Berli'n-style act!' on. 1 b h h ever, sever a 1 wee s a protec ive is an usmg IS p urn ranc es , but t e squir-d d th ht f th. 1 h' d t th Traps, clubs and guns have rei moved to air route No. 2, pastse anh e we,lg b o h e tas a . aunc mg pa m o e been ruled Out as Weapons Of t th t h nu s on t e pecans ranc es ree. an orange ree a over ung 1 d N' W ht b uncivilized warfare. the pecan, and s i m P 1 Y had brought them ower an ow a as u Like Beriin , the battle of dropped into the nut-clus-lowehr as the maturing fruit Peterson took off the disk the pecan tree is being fought tered branches like a para-got eavier. ar.d replaced it with a new on the barracades of access trooper. The squirrel now simply anti-squirrel invention. He cut routes and blockades, At the Peterson sacrificed his or-jumped from the ground to a washtub in half, cut a hole moment Peterson has blocked ange tree to s-ave his pecan the lowest branches . Peterson in bottom for the trunk, both the ground routes and crop: He chopped down the cut these branches back, but then wired the two halves to-air access to the tree, but he orange . The squirrel moved all the effort of the campaign gether around the trunk. He still feels insecure . back into the plum tree again. had put the squirrel in great attached it to the tree about Smart Campaigner The plum's branches were Ph Y s i c a I shape and she four feet above the ground. The squirrel has outsmartnow five feet from the pecan jumped hlgher and higher The sides of the tub gave the ed him before and has his branches, but the squirrel until she was making a 5-foot squirrel nothing to cling to full respect as a capable managed to make severallorig • . jump from a running start. when she jumped against it. campaigner. . leaps into the pecan . Partial Sacrifice She attacked again by un-tempting to burrow between the washtub and tree. Peterson has pulled his last suc cessful counter move by cov ering a portion of the tree trunk, below the washtub, With heavy wire mesh. "I suppose I could have killed her a couple times, but I didn't want to do that. I just want to beat her to the nuts . It' s gotten so I kind of enjoy the competition. "I ain't going to say I got her licked yet. She'll think about something new, but for the m o m e n t I got h e r checked," Peterson said . Put your hearing loss behind you! * Smallest ever from *Hear voi ces you've been misslnl *Fits Inconspicuously behind the-ear "k.So slender a ring fits around It * Miniaturized transistor circuit; vo lume control, separate on-off switch "I planted this tree about Not all the long flights Sacrificing all the nuts on twistmg the wires and atBy LETITIA GRAY Brahm's Hungarian Dance No. thoughts, quite naturally, on 12 years ago. It's been bear-were suc-cessful , Peterson re-the lower branches, Peterson Times Staff Writer 5 is hurried along at a gallop music. ing for three years, and I've ports. The squirrel crashed to continued to cut back the BEnER HEARING AID SERVICE If Billy May and Glen Gray the revered composer never Both love g 0 0 d classical never had a nut until this the ground a numb'er of times tree until he faced the pros1 . year. before Peterson cut tlre plum: pect of los,ing most of his nuts $555 16 MADISON PH. 2 RUGS hope to promote the c ass1cs would have recognized. Pad-music. May had, for his own " I got a couple handsful of branches, and some pecan by his own action. w1th their new Capitol recorderewski's "Minuet" gets a muted enjoyment, arranged the beauti-nuts off the tree so far this branches, back to the point He then climbed the tree 9 x 12 ea. ing, "Shall we Swing?" I doubt treatment, with subtle percus-ful "D Minor Symphony" by year," he said, "but this where air access by this route and wired up the branches . GEORGE GUIDA CO. __ w_u_p_l_e __ pect. The entire rendition brings a see it. pounds already. "This made her mad," for sound n,ow," he said, The concert master is bound smile when you think of George From this acorn, the oak of to squirm as he gets an earful an album grew and the musi-of Von Suppe's "Poet and cians of the Casa Lorna archesPeasant" overture, but the jazz tra loved every minute of it. buff will love it. Can't Miss This talented duo of the b ig -' ' I don't see how they can miss . band era, has :wound up the old () They have taken the best music masterwork hke a skyrocket, • ' e c 0 -t 0 ever written dressed it up with and the arrangement played by "' / ..././the sweetest, mellow tones of the Casa Lorna Orchestra, / brass and the fast and frantic for the most joy of jazz. It's like putting the rendition I have ever heard. Washington and his crowd try-best of the Yankees and Reds Oh Wouldn't They! ing to do the dainty minuet to gether for a team that could When I read of this combined t t this' take on anyone's ball players. effort I thought, "they wouldn't s eps 0 . Don't judge it by t he standdare!" Even Capitol, sending Mozart the next and ards set by the New York out the release, admitted it was I he . woul d dJg or Philadelphia Philharmonics, a pretty illogical combination,,. his G Mmor listen to it as a new medium but the result is wonderful and With Jazz, pure and s1mple shckof the music that is still around a masterwork by it's own lng out from all s1des. These because it's too g ood not to put standard. boys ?f old sure wol.!ld not it on display for everyone. Its Frankly, I did not give it a mtended Jt , but the1r .mel got a diff e rent dressing, but listen with an open mind. But, od1es are greatest to glve a not all of u s like mayonnaise by the time I had heard the saxman a f1t. on our lettuce. first side through, I was ready On Dvorak's "Humoresque," ---------to forgive any license they had trumpeter Don Fagerquist imCar Runs Over taken with tempo or tune . , • provises a slow ramble of muted so great was the outcome. jazz that gets through, even to Kovacs' Mother It takes more than an eleme na non-jazz buff like me. tary talent to perform a work Other esteemed names in the HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 9 (JP) like the "Poet and Peasant"musical hall of fame who, per-The mother of comedian Ernie at least, do it well. haps fortunately are not here to Kovacs was run over Sunday The Casa Lomas do it better hear their' music souped-up in by a car she had just parked than well, and the speeded up this modern dress, are, on a steep driveway, but doc techniques of the brass, triple-stein, Cesar Franck, Ponsh1elli, tors say she may have escaped tonguing through this mad race, and yes, even Beethoven! serious injury. l eaves you slightly heady. No Disrespect l'ileant Mrs. Mary Kovacs, 61, was This was the best of the nine Gray and May stated they reported in good condition at selections, in my thinkmg, al(if these great composers were a hospital. thought of it is somet hing still a live) would not expect any Polic e . said . she farked talk about. fan letters for their re-arrange-car outside her son s home m 7-============;•ments of what was already the Bel Afr and w a s unloadin g L. N. McKENZIE DDS Announces his association with BRIAN C. LYNN DDS In the Dractice of best. But neither man had any packages when the brakes apthought of d1srespect or bur-parently failed . The car rolled lesque of the classics in mind. backward and the open door In fact, it was just the opposite. knocked her down. One wheel The idea of "swinging" music rolled over her chest. 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