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. . Heat Treat University Of South Florida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday. Winds 10-20 m.p.h. High todaY and Tuesday 86. Low to• night 67, SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 17 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS OUR NEGRO STUDENT Ernie Gains Friends Easily By RONDA ZIDRICH Meet Ernest P. Boger, second semester freshman here at the University of South Florida. Ernest, known as Ernie to his fellow students is our only full time Negro student on campus, but says that he feels this is no hindrance to his campus life as he feels very much as home at USF and is gaining friends quickly. Born In Tampa, Ernie is a native Floridian and has at tended Tampa schools and grad uated from Howard W. Blake High School with a 4.0 average. This talented 17-year-old lad who stands 6-3 participated in many activities during his high school career such as band, chorus, and working on the a;chool paper. High School Achievements • c1ence \ 0 e u Open House Set March 4 To Feature Many Exhibits • • Ul ID • IC ' Little Man on Campus His many outstanding achievements incl'ude being president .,,. . By BILL BLALOCK of the "I Dare You Club" which ,.,,, The university's $1.5 million Life Science Building will be open to the public .... .!C \I was a club for all "A" students, for the first time Sunday, March 4, from 2 to 5 p.m. 'f The open house will serve as the formal opening of the building and will give uating class, editor in chief of the public a first-hand look at teaching techniques being used at the university. the school newspaper "The Exhibits will be placed throughout the building by the departments housed Jacket," captain of the band, there. The University Women's and the vice president of the Club will provide hostesses and chorus. • the women of the foundation JOINT COMMITTEE At DSF, Ernie can be seen on will serve punch at the event. ------------the All-Stars basketball team Tours Planned R • • s during games as a ''-' Tours of the building and the eg IStratlon yste m forward and playing his tuba in -Photo by Nelson Medlu. univei:Sity will be conducted by the campus band when not in ERNIE LIKES IT HERE the USF Student Hospitality classes or studying hard in the t B SF' I f lit' N t d t Committee. Persons will be able library. He is also the council-Ernes oger, U s on y u Ime egro s u en ' to see features of the building u d • c h ( man at large for the Band Soand a solid 3.0 grademaker, is interviewed by Ronda which include a constant ternn erg 0 I n g a n g e • cial Club, and is in the concert Zidrich, reporter for the Campus Edition. Boger is perature room, sterilization . band ensemble. majoring in chemistry and hopes some day to be a t ooms, and various oper;J.ting Before as the college profe , ssor in the subject: human behavior By WING PREODOR l!chool of his choice Ernie had This scholarship contains no Th1s cheerful boy ':"ho areas will have The committee on academic standards met with a been offered many scholarships stipulation as to what average around the campus with h1s op-exhibits dep1ctmg research and t d t f 1 1 f •t 1 b from areas as far away as Cal-he must obtain except that he timistic outlook and exceedingly laboratory activities carried on S. U en associa IOn a comnu tee recent Y to e ifornia and New York, but since do his best. friendly personality is heading in their respective courses. gm work on a new registration system for next semesUSF offered top quality facil-covered his books and tuition. for success as has already been Dr. Hans Juergensen, assist-ter. Starting with a clean slate the joint committee ities, teachers, and subject mat-Thus far, Ernie has a 3.0 av-shown by. his .and long professor of is made sugge.s ions for an improved system. The sug-ter he de,cided it would be the erage and plans to major in list C?f lasti!Jg . , of the humamtles ex-gestions made included the fol-best choice . chemistry; thereby becoming a Still trymg to Dr. Bruce Flanagan, as-lowing: Four-year program The Young Adults for Procollege instructor with a PhD look for a Wide flashmg professor of psychology, IS u F planning session, including al-gressive Action also gave him a degree and engaging in some smile, a wave of ,and Is m of the human be-ternatives of majors and scholarship for the year which research. a happy hello. That s Erme. havior and Dr. James courses, during the second se-D. Ray,_ professor .of l mester of the first year. Ad"Now are there any other suggestions on how we might make this USF course rnore practical?" 1s. In charge of the hfe visor and student choose conscience displays.. A Good tent; student alone makes up Campus Notices Area Displays the schedule, with access to REGISTRATION SIMPLIFIED Humanitis will display tapes, some advisor for help in re-Summer Session Item& for Campus Notices and Ofplease be sure that this information flclal Notices should be senl lo Oflice Is forwarded to AD1057 as early as ot c a m p u s Publications, AD1070, after an election.--; Mar&aret architectural drawing and paint-vision; some training of stu-ings used in class work. The College? dents in procedures for plannot later than U noon, Wednesday F1sher. human behavior area will have ning. displays centered around be-Pick 'Em Yourself haviorial research. before date of publication. Copy DIRECTORY CHANGE8-•hould be tJpewrltten, double &paced. Blau, Tlleodore H., lecturer , Human Revises Hours --BdlavJor, 360, LSI6I, 213 E. Davis L011.NS AVAILABLE-Exams will be Blvd., Tampa, Fla .. 253. liven in eacll county on Marcil I2 be Dickman, John F . , lecturer. Human ginning at 8 :30 a.m. under the dlrec Behavior, 178, AD2076, 31:3 Sunnyside tlon of county school superintendents Road, Temple Terrace, Fla., WE 8071. for a $400-a-year General Scholarship Fernandez, Mrs. Diane, clerk II, Li Loan for the Preparation of Teachers. brary, 221, LY35, 5I09'1.1 Central Ave., On display in the ljfe science area will be a collection of ,rare " botany books presented to the university by '3eorge R. Cooley. The collection o.{ 22 books were all printed prior to 1800 and three were published before Application blanks can be obtained Tampa 3 , Fla . , no phone. f t •m the Stat<> Dej1artment Of Educa Tsch, Maria ,Te(!re, lectur.,t, Ht.man Uon. Bellavlor, 360, LSI61, 4603 Tennyson TUTORING CENTER-The Tutorinl( Ave., Tampa, Fla., 8343461. Center operated by the Developmental Johnson, Oscar H. Jr., janitor , Physl center• will open Monday, Feb. 26, for cal Plant, 114, AD104I, 3913 East Ge students who wish to be tutored in a nesee, Tampa, Fla., no phone. particular subject. Mrs. Gambrell (AD Jones, Mrs. Sandra L., clerk I , Ll 1068. ext. 149) will take applications b r a r y, 224, LY216, 10904 14Ut St., for this service and will supply further Tampa, Fla .. WE 5. Information. Applicants are t11tored by .Maybury, Paul C., CH308A, 249. . students who have been recommended Morgan, Mrs. Gale M., clerk II, Lt by faculty members. The fee for this brary, 222, LY108, 6009 Eustace Ave., varies from $1 to $1.30 per Tampa 4, Fla., 235. hour Faculty members are requested Peep!u, Frederick 0 ., groundsman I, to aimounce the general plan o opera Physical Plant, 114, AD1041, Rt. 2, tlon and opening date for th e tutorinl Box. I85, Lutz, Fla., WE 9-7.324. .. rvlce in their classes. D. Jr., asstslant elec ATTENTION p E MAJOR8-There tromcs techruc1an, Ed. Resources, 231, will b e an meetlne of the 4403 W. Henry, Tampa, Fla., Phrslcal Edu cation Majors Club In the Swanson, Glenn v., clerk I, E d . Re Umverslty Center Gallery Lounge dur sources, 231, LY25, 208 N . Church St., ing the free hour on Friday, March 2 Tampa Fla 876 we will have as a guest speaker the u 11• M• All ch i 1 distinguished Dean Staley, dean emer ce 0 • r s. ena, resear ass & • itus of the College of Physical Educa ant. tion at the University of lliinois. It is DELETIONS-Clark • . Judie M.: King, imperative that ali club members at Arlme T.; McQueen, Lionel; Moorhead, tend. All prospective P. E. majors William E.; Sherrard, Kenneth. are also invited to attend. Refresh BOOK COLLECTIONA collection of CLEVELAND PLAYERS Here is scene from "Hedda Gabler." And as many have said, "Gee it looks like Mrs. Teske. 1700. Also included in the life science display will be a collection of 25 prints of tropical plants done by Lee Adams of Jacksonville. The USF Herbarium will also be on display as well as a collection of orchids in bloom presented by Mr. and Mrs. Truman Green of Tampa. Faculty members working in the exhibits and as hosts will b e accompanied by their hus bands and wives. Daily Schedule ment s will be served. the newest books (fiction, non-fiction Cl 1 d l\IONDAY, FEB. 26, PHYSICAL EDUCATION p R 0 F I-and mystery) has been placed In the IO:OO a.m. Student FEA Meeting CHill CIENCY will be given on March I4 firs.t floor. lobby of the :rhe eve an Fine Arts Council AD1058 from 4 p.m. 1n AD1051. The activities enbre Umverslty co';"mumty !S tnvtted U. C. Dance Comm. UC200 are : Archery, basketb all, bowling, golf, to make use . of thts collection. The Sports Car Club UC202 soccer, softball, tennis. You must reg-. books are available for 7-day loan. PI H Baptist Student Union UC203 ister In the P hysical Education office SECURITY OFFICEThe Security ayers ere Horse Fanciers' UC205 (AD1060l before 5 p.m. on March 7 . Office has moved !rom the Admlnis U. C. Movie Comm, UC214 You may register for two (2) tration Building to the Maintenance A flclencies ... one (ll each day. ou Building. Vehicle registrations and the A • f 2 In a Changing World" CHIOO will b e required to take a motor skill payment of fines for traffic violations gain or 5:30p.m. Circle K UC200 test upon successful completion of the will be handled In the new quarters. 6:30p.m. to 9 ,00 p.m. Informal Rush written portion. The swimming pro NEW PHONE SYSTEM-All depart . Aret UC 2 !lclency will be given ii,t Apr.ll and will ments in the Physical Plant Division, The Cleveland Players, pro-Cleo e ucrss not require a prior Notice including Grounds, Maintenance and fessional touring company who Epelta UC264 wlll.b e given later. For additional In Security, may be reached bY calling Enotes UC226 formation contact Richard Wehr-extension 114 The Physical Plant Dl VISited USF campus last sprmg, Delphi UCI08 STUDENTS _ Pre vision can be reached for are again on campus for the Ethel o nte1 UCI57 Medical students interested in informa-calls after 9 '30 p.m. by d 1 a 1 n g presentation of two playstlon about the 1962 offerings of the W E 8 '4148 "A nd th M " b B p ld medical college admission test should PARKING CLOSED T be student rms a e l an Y er-a ela UCI03 aee Dr. Friedl, LS209. area or lot No. 2 will be closed nard Shaw at 3:15 and 8:30 p . m . ." Hmra PRE-DENTISTRY STUD ENTS-Pre all day March 2 . Students are on Friday, March 2, in TA and 7:00p.m. Judo UC2 D entistry students who plan to enter as)
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2 THE TAMP A Tll\"lES, Monday, February 1962 The T _ampa Times University of South Florida Campus Edition (Page 1 iurd Pale 2 Staff) Editor .....................•••••.• , ....... Wing Preodor Social, Organization Editor •••..•••• , •••. Virginia Montes Activity Editor .......................... Louise Stewart Intramural Editor ............... , .•..•..... John Gullett Faculty Adviser . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George B. Miller Reporting staff: Charlotte Wyle Anderson, Alice Antttla, William Berno, B1l1 Blalock, Sarah CAldwell. Robert. Dougberly, Tommy Eure, Leslie P. Fearnow, Ja.mes W. Fell-er. Rorer D. Gaddy, Palsy Gautne, Norman D. Gause, Fr'n J . . Gouze, James R . Keegan, l\llehael W . Oliver, Janel R. Palmer, Sandra J. Peck, Robert W. Scott, Ronda K. Zldrich and Scoop Hill. Robert O'Hara, ""!slant professor Of Enrllsh, ad. vlser to reporllnr and copydesk staff. Address aU communications, lneludlnr Letters lo the Editor, to the Office of Campus Publlcallons, AD1070. Ph. WE 8-413I, Exl. 17Z or 173. 2::ihertnc . news for the CamPI\• Edltlon of THE TUIPA Tll\lES, will request material direct from individuals and offices on ea.mpus, and the malerJat wUl not elear throucb 1be News Bureau!• 2. Universtly Polley Statement No. 22, July 2G, 1961). EDITORIAL Caution,. Accuracy, Speed . A week ago a man named John Glenn aroun.d the world three times in four hours and 45 mmutes. Th1s is an obvious example of speed, advanced and maximum operating At _time, the University of South Flonda was begmnmg 1ts fourth semester. We are advancing here in the field of edu.ca tion just as the men who perfected the ship carrymg were advancing in their field. They knew that caution and accuracy are just as important as speed. We cannot afford serious mistakes any more than they could. Registration procedure operated somethx_ng less than maximum efficiency. The long lmes outsxde the ballroom last week were, we hope, the last of a system that is being sent back to the drawmg board. We have a student government constitution. The legislature had been set up, and so .have the_ various councils and committees necessary for 1ts operation. The precedenU> set by this governing body during t.he few semesters will set the pattern for the umvers1ty. This is a brand new system and nee?s time. to But before long this argument will be mvalld. I:ast semester the government passed through the orgamza tional phase, and now it must off the .. The accent here is on learmng, not runmng thmgs. P.E.-INTRAMURALS PoWde. r Puff, Men's Tourneys Scheduled UCNews With tlle beginning of spring semester has come about a re organization and expansion of the University Center Program Council. T h r e e committees have been added and expanded, public r e 1 at i on, cultural, and lessons. Six new c h a i r m c n B JOHN GULLETT have been l'ppointed and a new Y Program Cnuncil secretary has The first round of the All-University basketball also been. c :tosen. championship tourney is scheduled for completion this The officers and chairmen and the campus championship in women's basket-serving on the Council will be decided Friday as USF's courts take their Don vice h d t b t . A t' b t d t 4 president, Ken Rolhns; secre. ar e.s ea mg ever. c 10n egul.'> o ay a p . m ., tary, Prissy Salemi; cultural mvolvmg at least one of the committee, Carolyn Johnson; !hree undefeated teams entered/ R h M I dance , Tish Gabel; lesson , Cliff m the tourney. US ar {S DeMerrit; h '>spitality, Rena AnE a c h pre-tourney division tinori; movies, Dickie Davis; produced a perfect-record Club A 1 . •t Personnel , Ray O'Hara; public squad, with the All-Stars Shorts C I VI y relations, Virginia Montes; dominating the independents recreation, Ann talks Enotas Gold controlling the soTh• Weelr and topics, .Fred Jenkins; music , cial clubs, and Alpha I-W wm-IS 1 Mark Morns. ning in the residence halls. DANCE Tish Gabel, new The three teams are seeded By VIRGINIA MONTES chairman, is a sophomore from EXECUTIVE CGIMirtEE t---... PRESIDENT t r--------..L _________ , 1 I DEAN ACADEMIC AFFAIRS t ' ' ' ' '---jUNIVERSITY FUNCTIONS & , / PUBLIC INFORMATION . to---' COMMI'ITEE , DEAN STUDENt AFFAIRS t _,J .,, 1-2-3 in the tourney, followed With the beginning of rush She is a of •CHART IV OF USF ORGANIZATION PLAN by the All-Stars T a 11, t h e weeks has come also a slack in Delphr Fraternal Society • . and Chart IV of the USF Organization Plan shows the relationship of the Untver Mauers, Arete Red, and Enotas the social and service activities has served on the. commrttee sity Functions and Public Information Committee, Dean of Academic Affairs, Black, all with 3-1 records: of the fraternal societies. Other for .the two years. Her co-Dean of Student Affa;•s, and the President. This was the fourth chart President Seedings Important interest clubs, however, are uschairman Loren Paddleford. , .... • seedlngs are used in an at-ing the "slack," in the. . Allen discussed with Student Association leaders recently. tempt to insure the better teams week of classes, for activities rs the .new of this busy .. a progressively more difficult and retreats. commrttee. Ann rs a secondPROF LEONARD WRITES schedufe in their attempt to Several members of the semester freshman, and ----------------reach the finals, slated for next tist Student Union left on Feb. T Ad G . M M •t week. This will keep the bet-22 to attend the 8th Annual Th xt bi ro. ect of 0 m am s ets 0 re a I ter teams from meeting in tbe Student Missions Conferen.ce is "kiver Clear. . early rounds. held at !lJe New ,Orleans ing Recreational Area" project. "" Eight teams w i 11 be elimiSo far the committee has se-The Honorable Tom Adams guished for their knowledge of gain support for its programs nated as a result of first"round also VIS e miSstons 10. e cured the cooperation of the Secretary of State the particular area, and that from external sources, and in activity this week. OrganizaFrenc.h quarters! .a?d enJoyed fraternal societies, and hopes State Capitol Building their approval of an article as addition, the school is able to tlons represented by these first-Mardi Gras to get started on the actual work Tallahassee, Florida a significant addition to our obtain individuals of a caliber round losers will receive 70 ac-Those from l!SF of the project as soon as pos'. fund of knowledge is essential thai it could not otherwise af-tlvity points, with points award-were the d1fector, T. E. Reilly, sible. My Dear Secretary Adams: 't o its ' publication .•. I think ford by presenting them with. ed to no than team Carla Patsy Plott, LJ;SSONS _ Chairman Cliff It was with considerable inter-that his concerr: is primarily do research from any smgle orgamzat10n . Glenda Ella Mae Demerrit has announced that est that I read your letter to the with a matter which greatly conm their chosen fields ... Winner Gets 150 Hibbs, S el 1 e r s, free dance classes will begin the student edition The Tampa you also, is, The University of South FlorS d r u d lo e s sch d Moore, Bill Richardson, an second week in March. The Times. I .apprectated your call nomtcs of runmng an mstltuida has many faculty members 1 01' 0 . t t e k-Earle Clay. . . . time and place will depend on for our reactions to President tion of higher learning. We are who came to the academic at-u iell toot el ef IIJ)ma ed ex hwee.11• Fraternal Societies the convenience of the partici-Newsom's comments in the Wall all .aware of the fact that most mosphere for just such a reason. w a our, an eac w1 . Str t J 1 I t' t d d b receive 90 activity points. SemiAs a service to the school, ,There will be _both a eet. ouirnah. . rag tes sahn t usmdesshes tarewogrokUlnfotz:tunateldy, fm .an Yf cases final losers will be awarded 110 Fia members have been work"begmners" and "expenenced" re_ac Jons s ou r e. o rn o or er an s or er t 1e 1me an ac1 Ihes o.r ret . 't . t . t' •ng a total of 10 hours a week class and modern ballroom with on.e aspect uf this wh1ch weeks for employes. Dr. New-search have not been avatlable ac rvr y pom s per Ion • • d'd t if' 11 t' r tl t tJ t Th if' 1 d f' 1 d in the student affairs office dancing will be taught tllese you 1 no spec ICa Y men 10n som rea IZes 1a us IS no so for them. I hope that in the best e d an t ma The. club recently made. a visit will include cha-cha, trot, which I f;el. to. be of primary for teachers at any level; how-interests of the university an d are s ate or. nex wee • WI t th old people's home and rock & roll and waltz. Importance. This rs the general ever, some teachers have ob-the State of Florida that you the loJ?-e declared the 0 . e f h ide ts' both ' . . validity of President Newsom's tained "reduced loads for thE: will help to obtain their needs basketball provide.d or t e res 0 Prissy Salemi ts the new remarks. I hope that my com-purpose of conducting research." before some other school icks pwn, hon?r ":'orth. po!nts. entertamment and gilts. _ of the coun-ments in this regard will be of This may seem to him to be a them off • • . P This is where the emphasis is and whe'I'e it sho!-lld The search for truth series, the forums on registration, and the meeting between President Allen, and the St';t dent Association officers are evidence that someone awake and interested in what happens to USF. If this enthusiasm continues and is directed toward causes which further the basic concept of the university, the first class can graduate with pride, and this educational rocket ship can send its around the world suc cessfully more than three tlmes-W. P. The losmg fmahst will be gtven The last days .of se ell. Pnssy js a sophom?re from assistance to you in your task form of reducing the work week. . 130 points. All contests begin break F1a spent m pre_Tampa. A of Fides as a member of the State Board If you are similaTly concerned Wh1le I. believe that I have ,• at 4:30 p.m. parahon for the new. semester. ter1;1al . _Soc .Iety, and a music f Education. 1 believe ii might be profitable qu1te clearly that there •• . A rumma-ge sale, proJect party, maJor. Pnssy has servE:d for 0 . . t b th t' . IS no evidence to substantiate Powder .Puff Day Fnday and initiation of new membeJ:a ' two years on the dance commit-The Idea presented . by Dr. fa o af Dr. Newsom's claims , I should 'l'he 1962 All-University Worn-were -held culminating in a tee and during the last semester Newsom that research mterests 0 T yha t' 0 th .. like to point out that this does en's a dance at the Phi Delta l,(appa as chairman. of. faculty not constitute evidence that day Achvtty Pomt event, wtll house for society members and PERSONNEL _ Sophomore :Vtth th.e of therr Y Stanford the there are not abuses of the re begin at 4 p.m. Friday, March their dates. Susan Barnes was Ray O'Hara is the new tern-mstructfonal dub.es IS not a: ne:v sity of iowa the 'university of time alloted. I am con2, Qn USF's courts. All social selected as "Best Pledge." porai'Y chairman of this comone. As ar1back m my California its s ever a 1 f1dent, however, that clubs residence halls and inde-itt e career as can remem er this . much fewe1 than would JUstify PROFS ATTEND f d • teams are to m e , charge h_as been made • let branches! and,,n our own the hue and cry which so often CONVENTION oun aflon enter one competitor, but enUSF Produces us examme of stateUmversrty and Emory Umensues following articles of this t . t b ill d b 5 Catche's Up. menis made m this article The versJty. Then compare them to type t A rtes mus e e Y p.m. I th tl 'ti f the fac lt' s • Dr. Alma J. Sarett, associa e nnounces today with Miss Sunny Fernan-F. t H. t • Idea IS presented that s 0 me e ac Vl es .0 ' u te-If you are interested in doing professor of speech, and Dr. • dez physical education instrucIrS IS orlca NEW YORK (JJPD-A woman young, professors •.. engage do not hprf something .about this situation, Hermann G. Stelzner, assistant ScholarShipS t ' d dir t f th 1 d p f•l in Montgomery, Ala., dropped in the most trivial studies which VIde sue or . n I strongly recommend that you professor of speech. participated . or an ec or 0 p ay ay . rog ress I m in the mail this month a re-are designated research ••. was general, I believe you Will find talk with representatives of in the annual convention of the Two more scholarshtps l1ave type of play will be. de. . . turn posts;ard that was part of Torricelli's experiment of in-far more spent at work these disciplines and the adminSpeech Association of America been announced by i he USF termmed by the number of en-The Umverstty of South a Fairbanks, Morse & Co. verting a tube of mercury in an by those mdlVJduals who are istration of the university 1 in New Yak recently. Dr. Sarett Foundation .. They are the tries, according to Miss .Fer-ida. has .released a mailing advertisement that open trivial? I . t certainly actively engaged in research. sincerely hope that my acted as a representative-at-wood c i v 1 c Club scholarship nandez, but playd.ay Itself The Birth of the Um had been sent out in-1929. was stmple • • • •Another question which may ments will be of use to you in large to the legislative assembly and the scholarship presented Will be an A:ctlvlty Pomt _event versity. . . . . The . postcard : requesting Dr. Newsom then goes on to be raised here is. "How does your task. and addressed a sectional meet-by the Young Adults for Pro-worth 75 to the. wrnner. The film IS m co 1 or WJth litera'ture on home water syscomplain that these researches this benefit the university?" I Cordially yours, 1ng on the teaching of discus gressive Action, Inc. . For further con-sound track. Dr. A: nth o Y terns, bore an old Chicago ad-are then published which adds think that we can show two ways S. David Leonard Stelzner is a member of The $113 Wellswood CivIc tact the I-1\1 . On Fall Hono r Roll outer Alpha 38, AI. rv . w 18. 37, Dr. Sidney .r. French, dean of FACULTY BOWLING Pol11ts Academic Affairs has released Physical Plant Chls lers ..... . , ..... 40 the honor roll . Bus. Off .. Go-Gutters , ............. 40 TAMPA: Harold Ashford, Benjamin Mathmag•c•ans .. . 40 Bolan, Mrs. Joanna Gable. S a r a h P)lyslcal Plapt Eye-Bailers ....•. 37 Johnston, Michael scussel, Mrs, Doris Library 4 M s .. .. " .... 32 Souders, Mary Talor, Gerald Bran-Library Bookies .. .. .. .. .... " • 24 don, Joann Porter , David Allen, Dani .. J 4 Blks. N, Bayahore RoYal Hotel • Bra.ke Service • Frames, Axles Rear Housings Straightened • Wheel Balancing Dlstrlbutqro or V&lvolene Products C:()l11l11iffee Garcia, William KJay, James Bledsoe, Randolph Craffee Jr., Jacquel111e Dlaz, Sandra Gilley, Shirley WilHam Hebb, Nancy MacGillivray, Julian Piper. 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