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Moisty-Eyed Partly cloudy through Tuesday w i t h scattered ahowers. High today and T u e s d a y 86. L o w to night 67. THE TAMPA TIMES University Of South Florida Campus Edition SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 234 -Photo by Nelson Medina. AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK-SHE'S ON TV This young lady is one of several first graders from Temple Terrace Elemen tary School participating in American Education Week. Here she draws a picture in CHlll, while elementary teachers watch her over closed circuit TV in CHlOO. The first graders were asked to dra .w, after listening to music, to show how chit dren will react to a given stimulus in a learning situation. OFFICIALLY No USF Beauty Contests By ALICE ANTTILA "Public opinion has nothing to do witl1 the real business of attending college," said Dr. Margaret Fisher, director , of student personnel, in explain ing the school's policy which rules out all campus popularity contests. This policy is under the pub lic relations department relat ing to student a c t i v i t i e s. It rnean3 that there will be no allcampus beauty or popularity contests including future Miss USF or homecoming queen con tests. "lhe evaluations we make of George Miller Heads Panel At NCCPA people need to be serious," ob served Dr. Fisher. She said that the university 'is committed to "developing the 'real' person." Its first duty is to help students become weli-r unded. Emphasis on One Election The only campus elections will be the student association election for the selection of of ficers of the student body. It is hoped that by eliminating the other contests, greater emphasis will be placed on this one election. "I think there is too much emphasis on the importance of beauty contests in general," re marked Lynn Nichols, Miss Zephyrhills of 1961. As the cur rent Miss Zephyrhills Jaycee, she feels that beauty contests help girls gain poise, but ob learns how to m e e t people better." Miss Conrad is called upon to entertain at publicity parties for Town 'N Country Park al:' a dancer, as well as being hostess every Sunday afternoon, posing for publicity pictures as the current billboard girl. Dr. Fisher stated that no girl may enter off-campus contests as a representative of USF, and the USF name is not to be used in commercial enterprisal publi city. This policy is further sub stantiation of the university's theme and motto, "Accent on Learning." served that a major disadvan3,000 Attend USF tage i s that they are "bad on the syst.em." I Second Open House George H. Miller, director of M1ss Nicho!s 1s a sophomore the University of South Florin elementary educa-Attendance at the open house ida's Work-Study Cooperative {IOn. . Oct 29 was an estimated 3 , 000. Program and adviser to the OfContests Involve TimeThe public was invited to see fice of Campus Publications, Miss Greater Tampa of 1961 , th . . . headed a panel discussion on Cyndee Dootson, feels that her e new residence "Financing University Publica-contest committments consume Alpha Hall, and the other buildtions" during a convention pro-valuable time. Some of her ings . gram of the National Council duties as ,an "ambasador for Alpha Hall was financed in cf College Publications Advis• Tampa" necessitate frequent part by the recent "Dollars for ers in Miami Beach last Satur-absences from classes. These Dormitories" drive. Open bouse duties include meeting visiting was organized so that conb'ibut-1 second vice chairman dignitaries, guest appearances, ers could see the final result o the NCCPA, appeared before and posing .for publicity pic-their dollars produced. e group a second time when tures." A core of hosts and hostesses, be presented a proposed "Code "But I don't mind," she com composed of guides and social of Ethics for Publications Ad-mented, mentioning that she chairmen of each f loo r and .. -\visors" Miller headed up the was Miss Shamrock and Miss headed by Henry Brown , greet Code of Ethics Committee which Realtor, as well as a model on ed the public and showed it drafted the code during the past week-ends being active in through the building. year. the Skl.Bee.s. Resident assistants and resi-The National Council of Col-Th1.s busy mtss 1s. a freshman dent instructors were in their lege Publication,s Advisers conwtth a rooms to answer questions for vened jointly with the AssociatmaJor. m JOUr!Jahsm and politlthe visitors ed Collegiate Press and the cal sc 1 e nce. Florida Junior College Press Duties of Contest Winner Entertainment was provided Association last year, at Miami Sharon Conrad, Miss Town in the. form of a chamber mus ic Beach. Student delegates repre-'N Country Park, former Miss concert, by the USF string quar senting USF at the meetings Greater Tampa and Miss North tet and an art exhibit, by Flor were Bill Blalock Jr., and Miss Tampa, stated that she found ida artist Joe Testa Secca. Wing Predor, sophomores and no disadvantages in participat-The event was the first "Open members of the editorial staff ing in beauty contests. She feels House" since early last April, of "The Campus Edition" of that one great advantage i& that when the library was officially The Tampa Times. "from being in the contests one opened. •TRUMPET CALLING• TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1961 PRICE FIVE CENTS , American Education Week Em hasizes Understanding Speeches, Demonstrations Little Man on Campus Mark Campus Activities ' . By LOUIS STEWART American Education Week will be highlighted by a trio of events at University of South Florida. Observation via closed-circuit TV of a first-grade class in action , two nationally recognized authors as speakers and a booth by the Student NEA round out the schedule of events. The week started yesterday and ends Saturday. "The purpose of American Education Week is t o increase COMMITTEES REORGANIZE Planning and Policy Committee D,ropped By BILL BLALOCK A planned reorganization of university committees may go into effect sometime this month, according to Dr. John S. Allen, university president. Modification of the present system is designed to clarify the duties of the various committees. Dr. Allen said the new organization will eliminate the planning and pollnaugurat.IOn icies committee in an attempt to separate p o l i c y planning To Be Held from administrative planning. Committees will be advisory d to administrators in the areas Tues ay of business. academic affairs. Inauguration or new officers and students affairs. The com of the Student Association will mittees will recommend policy to t h e administrators. Final be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. in analysis of any policy will take the TA. place in the University Senate Mrs. Gretchen Staff will rep-and Senate Council. resept the Interim Steering Old System Temporary Committee and will present the Specific descriptions of the preamble. and constitution for duties of m any committees turnmg over of responsi-have not as yet been drawn up. biltty of student This month's meeting of the .The at -la.rge University Senate will set up w1ll take off1ce at the same time the duties of these committees as the executive committee, but and the new organization will the ?fficers will be put into effect. take offtCf'tllHtll after tht: Dr. AlJ e,r whilf' the of the executi•'C Cr:lun-present nperahon was only a ell meetmg. temporary one, the new plan may become permanent if it Daily Schedule works. Soon 9:50.a.m. CHIOO Under the new system, Al10:00 a.m. Westminster Fell. UC203 len said most of the committees Hgit will operate as before with the Hospitality Comm. UC226 notable exception of the Plan-4:00p.m. Baptist Students UC226 ning and Policies committee. 7.00 p.m. Judo Club UCB h 7:30p.m. Club Bridge Gall. C angeover m membership 9 '00 p.m. of the Senate and Resident Students CH106 the committees Wlll take place around December. Resident Students CH205 Resident students cH2os Offi•C•Ial Not•lces Resident Students UC200 Resident S tudents UC202 ;tmRARY oouRS-The Outer Alpha UC2I4 will be open :d 2 p.m. on Tuesday s tead of 6 p.m. The new sche 9 :00 a . m . Law Enforcem't Con. UCZ48 tnto operation la st Sunday. 11:00 a.m. Young Republicans UC204 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Wesley Foundation UC203 CIENCY TESTS Proflclenoy Young Republicas UC204 archery, basketball, bowling, gotr, so.Epelta UC205 ball and tennis will be given Hi p.m. Enotas UC213 on both Nov. 30 and Dee. 6. Students Program Council UC214 regislered for the tes t s will meel tn Broadcasting Club UC2l5 CB-100. for the tests must USF Gun Club UC216 m., Nov. Stu Veteran's Club UC218 two Siges UC22l Tr1-Sis UC226 3:00 p.m. Forensic Assn. UC216 5:00p.m. Delphi UC205 7:00 p.m. Fie UC213 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Gall. ers are available for staff use tn the Arete UC226 Physical Education Building. Locker S:JO p.m. Film-The Golden assignments ca.n b e made by callln&' Age of Comedy CHlOO the Physical Education Office, ext. 148. Wednesday Shower facilities and towel service are 1:00 p.m. Botega Club UC47 also available. Lyre & Aulos . UC158 STAFF INVITED TO CANCO OPEN HOUSE-The caneo Division or the Wesley Foundation uc205 American Can Co. will bold open bouse Oral Reading Group uc214 at th e Adamo Drive a.nd 2:lnd Sired Ofclals Club uc216 Plant on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 7 Math, Science Club UC226 Visitors will be shown the 4:00p.m. Bus. Ed. council phases or can production and 5:00 p.m,. Beginning Bridge Gall. ments wlll be served. An the public's understanding of the educational p r o c e s s; to 'bridge the gap' between school as they experienced it and as it is today", explained Dr. August A . Scrivner, associate professor of education and coordinator of the week's program. This morning at 10 a.m., first graders from Temple Terrace Elementary School demonstrated free expression in art over the television hook-up in .the Chem istry B u i 1 din g. Dr. Herbert Burgart, assistant professor of education, led the session to show how children will react to a given stimulus in a learning experience. After allowing the children to acquaint themselves with the new e n vi r o n m e n t, Sousa marches were played encouraging physical participation by boys . and girls that they m1ght gam concrete ideas for what they would later be asked ------------------------to draw. Then Burgart passed among the children asking each RECEIVE HONORS to explain what he had drawn. -----------...: The childrln were in CH III and the V'lewers inCH 100 f It M b watching on the TV sets. a c u y em e rs The second major event takes place at 2 a.m. Thursday in TA . emeritus of Florida Southern Dr. Ludd M. spivey, president Elected to Qffi.CeS College in Lakeland, will speak on "The Influence of John Several University of South Florida staff members of the late Dewey and is an recently have been elected to offices of professional or a.dvocator modern educaor honored by such organizations at recent .• . "' Others brought recognition to thP uni vers1ty mother prufes.,lOnal ways. A U.S!<' facult;f mem cation at the University of Wis-ber as guest conductor consin, speaks Friday on the at the Ind1ana All-State Choral . . . importan.ce knowledge in Festivai in Indianapolis, Oct. 26. POSitions of elective members of To. Is To Dr. R. Wayne Hugoboom asso-the society at the recent Wash Know. Th1s discussion takes ' ington D c m t' g place in CH 100 at 3 p.m. ciate professor of music, led a • ., . ee m Throughout the week the stu-group of 500 selected high Hill Is VIce President dent of USF will have a school students in a choral proClyde B. Hill, director of the boof!l m the lobby of the Ul!igram presented as a highlight USF physical plant, was erected i?e a;aJl• of the Indiana Music Educators vice president of the Southeast-_______ e __ I_e_r_a ure. Association sponsored festival. ern Regional Association of Two Faculty Elected . Hugoboom will to Flor-Physical Plant Administrators of 1da to conduct a sect10nal meet . . . Dr. Anthony W. Zaitz, asso-ing on choral music at the FlorUntversities and Colleges at a ciate professor of speech at ida State Music Teachers Con-recent meeting in New Orleans. USF, was chosen secretary-ference Tuesday in Sarasota. The organization plans its treasurer elect of the Florida Arnade Stow Published next meeting on the USF cam. Speech Association to assume "The Avero Story: An Early pus. the position at the Florida St A t' F i1 w h Speech Association's spring ugus me am Y It Harkness Lists AAUP Meet Many Daughters and Many meeting in Lakeland. Houses , " by Dr. Charles W. Ar-Dr. Donald Harkness, presi Russell G. Whaley, assistant nade, associate professor of so-dent of the USF chapter of the professor of fine arts, was 'al t USF d elected West Coast representscience a . • appeare American Association cf Uni m the summer 1ssue of the . . ative of the Florida Theater Fiorida Historical Quarterly. verstty Professors, sa1d the state Conference. The Speech Asso Woolfenden Meyerriecks AAUP conference will be held ciation and the Theater Confer' G '11 ence accepted an invitation Two USF zoologists were rem amesvi e, Saturday, Dec. from the university to hold cipients o f honorary awards at 2. Members may contact Hark their joint 1962 fall meetings on the annual meeting of the Amer-ness for details. the campus. ican Ornithologists' Union. Other USF faculty members Dr. Glen E. Woolfenden, as-JOURNALISM SCHOLARSHIP participating in the program sistant professor of zoology, and Scholarship open to student were John W. Caldwell, Alma Dr. Andrew J. Meyerriecks, who with journalism career interest. J. Sarett, Herman G. Stelzner will join the university's staff Make application in Work-Study and Jack D. Clay. this month, were voted honorary office by Tuesday noon. 70 p m Judo Club UC.B b&s been extended to members of the • • Thursda.y untvenity's staff and Lhelr families to . 9:30 a.m. Hillsboro PTA UC248 attend. 2:00 p .m. Lecture, "Education" TA ACE & USF SPONSOR CONFER Film .. Jamaica " UCl57 ENCE NOV. 18-The American Council Dance Comm. UC200 on Education and USF will jointly S ailing Club UC204 sponsor the Conference on College Test-Foreign Lang. Club UC214 log and Evaluation on the campus, SatForensic Assn. UC216 urday, Nov. 18 . Part of Ibis confer U .C. Rec. Comm. 'OC218 enee Is a luncheon a.t whlob Dr. Paul Baptist Students UC226 L. Dressel, asslst&!'t provost and dl6 :00 p.m. Biology Tchrs. UC103 rector. or tnsllluhonal at 8:00 p.m. BioLogy Tcbrs. LS26U Michigan State, will Friday for the luncheon Is $l.5o. 3 :00 p .m. Lecture-Or. Stiles CHIOO members who desire to Fides UC200 lunc h eon are requested to nollfy Joyce Program Council UC214 1\lcKee, ext. 185 , by Nov. 8. Broadcasting Club UC215 SCHEDULE CHECK ON FINAL EX 8:30 p.m. President 's Recept. UC248 AMS-All Ins tructors are requested to Saturda.y 9:00 p . m . "Barn Dance" Monday. Nov. 1S IO:OO a.m. Work-Study UC264 read the final examina.tlon time for their classes at the next UC248 each class. If ere conflid5, report AD 1051 office, e:rt. 185 , Feminine Leads Discuss Acting, USF Play Here for the premiere per-and then later with Ashton of form an c e of Abel Plenn's the Royal Ballet of England. "Trumpet Calling" are Claire Acting came later with Stein Luce and Linda North to take beck's play, "Of Mice and Men." the principal feminine roles in She trained in England and feels the play-Mistress Hibbens and that acting is acting and sub Hester Prinn. scribes to no particular school. will to work hard and the guts [done. this type of thing ore, has Paul Whiteman to take the "slings and arrows previOusly at Harvard Umverand Fred Warmg . of outrageous critics. " "The se-sity where didn't have a She earned a scholarship to t f . h theater and dtd the play m one the Juilliard School of Music ere o a name m t eater sur-of the halls. and in working with their opera viva!." Off-Broadway Experience theater. learned a little bit of "Young talent is thrllling. I "An actor must study all the ) have learned more from these arts, and .especially make a college groups than they from study of human nature. Many me. They have ideas that New actors avoid type casting. I have York directors have not even played everything from Cleo thought of." These were Claire patra to Sadie Thompson." in to for Acting orking With USF Pemnsular "Acting is a subconscious Players on the current play. something you cannot really de-Began as Dancer 'b it b t E Miss Luce is from a small sen e. or e a . very town in Vermont and has al-actor 1 s a b1t of a schtzophre ruc ways wanted to g o on the stage. cannot play a part At the age of 13 she was danewtthout bemg affected by the Luce ing in the corps de ballet with character portrayed. Some ac-North. the Russian Ballet, a company n:ay have a 'blah' Eddie Dowling contacted Mis s from She later went ahty simply wont Luce for her part in USF's pros to v.:ork with Ziegfeld's use abiltbes until called duction. She i s currently writ . Follies. The first time, however, upon. ing her autobiography and wel that she ever. danced with. a for acting, as comes the chance to get away partner was Wlth Fred Astarre Mtss Luce sees them, are the from herself for awhile. She has ,. Miss Linda North comes to us everything in the backstage from musical comedy, summer production, as a supplement to stock companies and off -Broad-her on-stage experience. way theaters. She has jllst re-Working as assistant director turned from 2 0 weeks with the to Fred Cohen on "Noyeh's stock company of Guber, Ford, Fludde," she gained a bettet in-and Gross. sight on p roduction problems. "Many of the college producSincere Performing tions are good to the point of Miss North became connected being better tha n the on or off-with "Trumpet Calling" in a Broadway productions. I really round-about way. Plenn does can't say too much about it as business with the bank where this is my first experience with her husband work s. At a busith!s sort of production," says ness meeting, one of the bank Mtss North. officer s told Plenn about her A resident of Philadelphia, opera career; and about a year Miss North began professional and a half later, Plenn contac .ted s in ging at the age of five for her for the part of Hester. local radio programs. At nine, Both ladies are working hard she began studyi n g voice and on their parts and are a lready was in her first opera in the turning cut a sincere perform town hall at the age of 12. She ance at rehearsals.-L. S. JAZZ COMES TO USF These students were among those who participated in last week's effort to ward presenting jazz. This campus group opened the week. Highlight was the appearance of Eddie Condon and his All-Stars, noted Dixieland aggrega t10n.


_2 ____ T_BE_TA_M_P_A_T_IM_E...::..:S':_M_on_d_::ay..:...., N_o_ve_m_be_r _6, _19_61 Highlights h T r St . G . p t Alpha Hall Elects .T e .ampa imeS arCZinQ ar y 0. Social D I t H idence Hall Council. This coun-E nota-Tu. rk Tltt University of South Florida Edition . raws nteres ere cil will act as an executive Activities (Page 1 and 2 Staff) council to the section leaders Editor ...........•••••.•••..•.•• , •••••••• , •. Blll Blalock B VIRG A MONTES and will relay information to . G .d s I Social clubs on campus are M . Ed't WI p d • y INI . the residents through them. t anagmg 1 or • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ng reo or I th d f a t o a t d flymg saucers every Ops rl a e looking forward to a busy week. v n l.S ay 0 s r n us an" , . ' . Those elected are president, . . Cop:r Editor • • • • • • • • • •rgmJa Montes one seems to have caught the space bug mcludmg The agenda looks like this: . . . . .' Chet Cornwall; vice president, Social Club, Organization Edito.r .•...•.•.. Marlene Hennis University of South Flonda Evidence of thiS was a stavARETE: An informal pledge . . Marc e 11 a Torres; secretary-A spirited Enota club, temporari'ly d1'sheartened by Activity Editor ................•••.•••••• Louise Stewart gazmg party held on the USF campus last Fnday A'I A . tt party was given by the brothers . treasurer, 1 een v1re ; pro-the previous week's happenings, came through with a f t F 'd t th Phi D It Faculty Adviser .................. ..... George H. Miller The session was sponsored by the Tampa Amateur gram chairman, Lynda Miller; fourth-quarter pass interception play and a brilliant bit 0 Are e n ay a e e a ReportiD• starr Allee Anttila Bobby Bennett Jock Btatook sarab Astronomical Association. It athletic chairman, Bill Terry; Kappa house in Tampa. Caldwell, llfarlba 'Ann Dennlo, Cynthia Dqotaon; Tommy Rita d h J k Ch 1 Hi k d John J. AI of defensive work for a 6-0 first-division victory over Frank. curiouc Frese, Palsy Gatling, Durene Goss, John P. Lazoara, gave intereste persons a c ance en s, ar es c ey, an and publicity chairman, • E lt T d d th d • k f t 1 Two informal pledges were Carolyn Mown, Jtonda Zidrleh, Pam Jean Koenlr and Sherry lltcCormack. to view such spectacles as the Lisse. britton. pe a Ue.

I \' f The Arts Today EXHIBITS Vnl'feralty of Tampa, ballroom. Tuesday LITERATURE Wilson Junior HIJh School Jibrar:r, B p .m. Discussion of Great Books, Group I. on "Ci vil Dlsobedlence" and uselections from Walden/• by Thorean . CINEMA University of South Florida

16 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 6, 1961 Barbecue Hints UNLIMITED EARNINGS ELDERS Flying Team Cost of TV Removal of Stalin's Body Logical Step EAST LANSING, Mich. WPD...:... CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio. WASHINGTON WPD -The A Michigan State L.lft' lng' ' of Restrlct•lons Urged (.ZP}When Brook Oertel, presiAmerican public is llOW spend foods and nutrition specialist in. . .. . dent of a fishing tackle firm, ing close to $500 million a year dicates there's more to the cookflies his plane on business trips, for electricity just to keep their out than just putting the meat By ROBERT PETERSON this law is not easy to under-here and abroad have shown his co-pilot is his wife, Emma. television. sets acco:ding on the fire For years I've been trying to stand. that a of the The couple , grandparents of to the Edison Electric Institute. . . . support Uncle Sam's contention Second, it violates our traIS simply unable to three, got interested in flying Amta Dean, the specialist, that elders who earn more than ditions to be told that a man do this. when a son-in-law became an N E W N UMBER f Q R NEW YORK, Nov. 6 WPD-The "B.y making a public instead says won't produce the $1,200 a year should forfeit who retires can receive a penOur social security program Air Force pilot. They took in-removal of Josef Stali1l'S body of a s e c r e t denunciation, even heat it should if subject to something from their social sion, while a man who has the adopted in 1935 is here to stay struction and passed their tests TIME & TEMPERATURE from its place of honor in Red Khrushchev's irrevocable comdrafts. She also says barbecue security checks. spul}k and will to continue and has won the solid acceptogether. 't t t St li . b sauce should be used sparingly I took_ my unpop_ular stan_ d working must f?rfeit all or part tance millions of "In my many years as a govSquare was the final and logical rm men a.gams a msm .. ef h whos 1 e o ld be o der step in a series of events that comes plam, and neo-Stalimst unless the aim js to mask the _gomg to Washmgton, o sue a pensiOn. e lV s c nsi ernment flight inspector," says started shortly after his death pressure is meaningless." natural meat flavor; extra char-gmg mto the facts, and makmg Third, it is discriminatory beably grayer if It had not come Norman Johnson of the Federal Coal Should be Warmed before an honest .effort t.o understan. d to pass. Aviation Agency, "this is the . in 1953. Whatever the reasons for the being added to the fi,re and the behind social The lawmakers say it will first husband and wife I know Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush-change, the Russians are being good ventinlation is essential sec _u r 1 t y law the cost about two billion a year of to pass private flying tests c h e v carefully engineered given a . vastly different picture when using a charcoal fire in-earnmgs of beneflCianes be-if the law is changed to re-on the same day." Stalin's reburial this week in of. Stalm than the one they doors because 1 . t uses a large tween the ages of 62 and 72. move restrictions on the earn-an inconspicuous grave alonglearn.ed in school and at party . gs of o . 1 't 'pi ts C . t" fl • St I amount of oxygen. Not Intended m s c1a secun Y reel en . an 1n aS 1n y e side lesser Soviet heroes, leav______________ __::..:::.._______ Th But since this is obviously what . ing the remains of Vladimir . ose wi,th whom 1 cause the restriction applies people want let's trim the budg. CITY. (.!P)-Mextcan Lenin alone in the mausoleum c d p J me . that the only to earnings from employ-et at some other point and perfilm .corme c:mtmflas, one visited by millions annually. rosswor uzz e secunty program was not mrather than to income re-mit the will of the majority to the highest-I?atd m \yhen Stalin died March 5, tended to serve those elders cetved from such sources as prevail. the world, lives m a style the 1953, he was proclaimed as "the ACROSS and enough dividends or rentals . . Hollywood of old was accuswise leader and teacher of the 46 Sheet Saturday's Puzzle . Solved! contmue workmg. Instead, It F th 't . . tr 11 If you would like a booklet tomed to but can no longer afCommunist party and Soviet of was devised primarily to help ,dl Is & :Ln-"Financing Your Coming Reford. 1 Sun dried windo• those seniors who could no soun 0 w tc stirement" write to this col-He's reported to own six auto-But shortly afterwards, crit-6 -. 47 it from that point Wanhdat'as icism of the "cult of the per-actor 48 Vowed f . th d t b mg as ong an as en us1as• • sonallty" -the polite Soviet 10 Furniture 51 'Old Dutch 0 th' erlae . oth et tically as they possibly can dressed envelope and ten he has four homes, including a a service of the EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK of TAMPA Franklin and Twiggs • Tampa, florida term for one-man dictatorship moving liquid men m Is w .requmng a Of th t'h cents to cover handling costs. ranch. trucks measure those healthy and active enough course, _ ere are. osel _________ __:::;_ __ _:_ ________ ...;.. ___________ -began to appear, without men-14 Allude 52 Roman to earn more than a hundred wh? like to. abolish the tioning Stalin by name. 15 French for bronze a month should relinquish a bit entire social secunty program Less than three years after :rather 53 Deface of their social security. and who contend t.hat people Stalin's embalmed body was en-16 Isles off 55 British baby But I'm changing my mind. should on own feet shrined in the glass-topped cofIreland carriage People have come to view their and I_Jrovtde for therr supfin in the mausoleum, Khrusht'l Behind 59 Heavenly social security benefits as in-port m old age. But expenences chev denounced him as "insuf18 Came to body alienable rights, and the law ferable ..• brutal ••• sickly 19 rock 62 o! restricting their . has 'Batting' Average suspicious." 20 River of 64 Man's name 10 Grip 44 To gambol been held up to nd1cule But Khrushchev did not feel England 65 Fish 11 Kind ot 46 Annoys and castigation that it has CHICAGO WPD -The aver-then that the Soviet public, 21 Male 66 Merit horse 49 PerU ceased t be regarded as a blink th conditioned for 30 years to reforebear 68 W h 12 Part t 50 Command to d th . t t age man s once every ree gard Stalin as the benevolent, 23 Social as es -" cho soun an wo:.: Y ms rumen seconds and the average woma-n 70 Poker ''"ur horse Its very existence seem to . czar-like :father of. the nation, division stake 13 Nahoor 51 Form or undermine man's faith in the once every four seconds, ac\Vas ready for the abrupt change. (pl.) "ll Russian sheep (pl.) .. to be'• integrity of our laws, as witto Dr; N. Jessen, Khrushchev's 1956 denuncia-25 River ot hemp 22 Scotch fot 53 River ot ness a letter sent to this column chairman of the National Con,tlon was kept secret. It was not Italy '72 Aids John France recently which asserts, "This tact Lens Month Committee. t'll t k th t h t d 27 Goddess o! '73 365 days 24 Fish eggs 54 WUd buffalo . un I as wee a e repea e infatuation '14 To cut, . 26 Seaport ot of India. law is so stupid that I have A nervous p e J; son, Jessen most of the charges at the 2 2nd 28 Dawn after snick Algerie. 56 Fasten begvn to question all the added, may blink as much as Our Only For Being Here Is ro Do A Good Job For Our Customers Chuck Foster Communist Party Congress, and goddess '15 Medlterran,• 30 Kind of fisb secure!.}' under which we live." 40 p _er cent of the time. Blink-permitted the Soviet people to 29 Japanese ean vessel 31 Destiny 57 Rugged Four Reasons ing is accomplished in 4/10 of F L • l M learn about them in the press coin 32 Relevant crest or Although I continue to re-a seaond and propels tears over oster tnco nercury Inc. and broadcasts. 31 Liberty DOWN information mounta.I.D spect the premise on which this the cornea at the rate of .3 Khrushchev and Stalin's other 35 Vegetable (pl.) tange law was based, I think this earn-drain each hour or several tea-successors have carefully condish 1 Tilled land 33 Poems 58 Bill1azcl ings restriction should now be spoonsful a day. Actual crying Cass and Ashley Sts. , .. trolled their repudiation of 38 Narrow 2 Postpone 34 Lio.ue!y shot abolished for these reasons: increases the tear output 100 (. Stalinism to prevent t h e re-inlets 3 Frequently with heat inner First, the reasoning behind per cent, he said. action from getting out of hand. 40 American 4 Stinging 35 sutface o! They have not always been SJ.lCauthor . insect 36 .n.ussian sea. 61 A pilaster Cessful. 41 Threefold 5 Makes 37 Italian coin 42 Cereal mistake {pl.) 63 Word ot Enough of Khrushchev's grain 6 Asunder 38 street sorrow secret speech leaked out to the 43 Russian '7 Affray 39 Scotch 67 Scotch !or satellite nations to become a trade guild 8 Silkworm John own major factor in the 1956 revolts 45 Hearing 9 Bird dog 43 Arab outer 69 Man's in Poland and Hungary. The organ (pl.) garment nickname satellite populations reasoned that if Stalin was a criminal and his rule unjust, the same ap plied to their own ruling Stalins. But despite Khrushchev's care in the de-Stalinization campaign, Soviet affairs experts here are concerned that he may be going too far too fast, even after eight and one-half years. They predicted Khrushchev may seek to allay the shock of the attacks on Stalin through a tougher foreign policy, perhaps sharpening the Berlin crisis. The experts believe Khrush chev's attacks on a man long dead are being made to fight a present danger to his ruleStalinist tendencies in the Communist world, in particular, Communist China and its ally, Albania, who oppose Khrush c h e v ' s peaceful coexistence policy. "The campaign is primarily related to efforts to make it impossible for the neo-Stalinists in the Sino-Soviet bloc to exer cise influence," one Soviet af fairs analyist said. CIGARETTES 9' Choice of Any BrandKing Size-Filters or Regulars With the Purchase of 9' With the Purcbase of 179 $1 or More of other items $5 or More of other items Carton DREW PARK DISCOUNT CENTER GRAND OPENING our new Annex Our Low, Low Overhead is Your High, High Savings 4627 NO. LOISDREW PARK-TAMPA (Next to Davids Delicatessen) Regular Our Low Retail Discount Price Price Sun., Nov. 5. 8 A.M. 1 D P.M. 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