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University Of South Florida Campus Edition TH YEAR-No. 59 THE TAMPA TIMES TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 19 Spring Twist Clear, windy and eooJer today and tonight. S un ny and s lig htly warmer T uesday. Winds 20-30 m.p.h. High today 72. Low tonight so. PRICE FIVE CENTS New Registration System Gives Stude.nts More Say Proposals, Subiecf to Change Go Effect for Trimester By BILL BLALOCK The Academic Standards Committee of the university has a p prove d several recommendations regarding registration for the first trimester in the fall, according to Dr. Sidney J. French, dean of academic affairs. The proposals, all subject to re vision, have been approved by the Executive Committee and the Student Advisory Committee of the University Senate. The recommendations will go into effect in the immediate future and should mark a great improvement in IT'S SO registration procedure at USF. The committee recommenda-h h tions concerning registration in-J R • elude an over-all planning of 0 n S oy e S 1 g n S, the student ' s university program from a m a s t e r class sche du le. New Plan Leaves in June Under the new 1egistration plan , students will be able to se lect preferred sections of the U niversity of South Florida course offerings. Dean French staff last week but d ecli ned to said that it should be pointed Dr. Howard C. Johnshoy , dean of student affairs, an nol,lnced his resignation from say why or what were his plans for the future. out to students that merely se-For some time rumors had lecting courses and times pre f lood ed the campus that the ferred would not insure receiv dean was l eaving. But no of1 ing them. Dean French s a i d f icial word was forthcoming un-that the expected incre'lse in til the USF News Bureau pre[ enl'ollment would necessitate I FRAMED IN SPANISH MOSS pared a release last week namscbeduli_ng 40 per cent of all i "But we couldn't study for th' test, teach-we hadda Haloed by the Florida sun and flanked by the Florida State flag and the USF i n g hi s r eplaceme nt. WhcnJclasses m the afternoon . sell our books 'ta buy gas." banner, Old Glory lightly furls in the evening breeze. This tcture was taken es-asked by the editor of the cam-The new plan includes a move ------------------------------------USF Ranl\:ed lOth Place In Debate pecially for Patriot's Day April 19 when USF will have a our-minute bell ring-Bob Bickel and Char I i c p us Edition .for any ing spree. The National Commander of the American Legion has urged all Amer-Money have just returned fro111 Johnshoy saJd he beheved 1t The student has the responsi icans to demonstrate patriotism and opposition to communism with the ringing Austin, Tex., where they repre-best not to say anything at this bility of selecting course sec of bells across the nation. The plan is for every bell, chime, and carrillion to ring sented the USF in the Southern time as he still has more than tions after consulting with his for a period of four minutes at 1 p.m. on this Thursday. At USF, the bells will Speech Association's Annual two months to serve before adviser and schedule Easter Vacation Includes Monday began at four minutes before 1 and continue until the hour, in order not to disInvitational Tournament , March 3 that is free from conflicts . leavin g June 0. I rupt classes. USF flys two U.S. flags daily, except weekends, in front of the Ad 31 through April 8. They repre-J h h t USF Centralized t t' b 'ld' d t f th l"b d h fi 0 ns oy c am e 0 10 1 Actual registration will be miDIS ra lOll Ul mg an on op 0 e I rary. sente t e university in ve January 1960 from Ball Slate more centrali'zed Into an area ----------=------=;..,._ _____ ..;;.. ___ events and picked up Excellent Awards in Speech to Entertain College at Muncie, Ind., where type program. This means lhat The Easter Holiday has been extended to include WINGS Speaking (Money). The other Lost "Battle of Shorts" vismg, wtll take place m one ' ' .. • USF Quartet m i c k e lJ and Congressional he held a similar position . regist:ation , other th_an ad-Monday April 23 and the Memorial Day holiday May t t t J b h h b ld f area Thl s recommendatio n was 30 has been cancelled, accordmg to Dr. John S. Allen, ld evens were ora orv., ex emp on o ns oy w o e one o H • • B • • current affairs, and standard ' . . . made in an effort to shorten the USF president. The extension received final approval U rna n tttes u I • .ng WJ.]l Ptesent debate. USF ranked lOth out or the .POSlt10ns' of th!' registration proc-from the University Executive Committee April11. • 27 11ttcnuing unJVersitu;'s. tile _,SF stJ ucess. The idea of canceling the In the congress session. ture, was well kno"Yn to stuCourse IBM cards will be isMemorial Day holiday, schedw k P . Final Concei'"t Bickel and Money succeeded in In developmg sued by representatives of the Women's Club uled for a Wednesday in Ma), Or rog ressl ng passmg their bill which recom activity and assoCiatiOn colleges under which a course a and adding a day to make a 'l'he Uni'versi'ty of South Flormended placing the John Birch he tangled with student wishes to take is listed . longer holiday for Easter week. . . . . frequently. One of his maJor Th' th t f h Jo Na N d f th AI h H 11 'd St ' . ' 1 • Society under mvesllgatwn wllh th ' f IS means a a res man me ew en . came rom e p a a 1 a rmg Qual tet w1l present th 'bil't I tt 't battles was over e wearmg o taking basic st-Jdies courses will Council. . By ANDERSON its final concert of the semester th: lisLu 1 shorts on campus--: from th_e receive his section assignments Offi•Cers ' Today The Council's suggestion was Smce the begmnmg of February, work has been on Wednesday April 18 in great opposition e spec i a 11 y of shorts still seen It from the College of Basic Studsent to Dean .Johnshoy and th H 1t B ild'ng It 1s be' g ' ' • Is agreed the dean lost t he bat-1 . t 't t t p 'd t progressmg on e uman 1es u _1 . m TA, at 1 p.m. and at 8:30 p.m. from Auburn, but Money gave tle althou h short shorts seem ies .. 'C nder t 1 1 s sys em, 1 1s The University of South Florcopies sen o res1 en_ erected at a constructiOn cost of approximately $1 4001 t t t tl l a clinching speech which t h d poss1ble that a student would Allen and Jim Woodroffe, presl000 After the building has been furnished the n ras 0 •e pas brought an ovation from othcl 0 ave Isafpeare. receive class cards f rom several ida Women's Club will meet at d.ent of the Student Associa. . • presentatiOns of the quartet, "Senators." One of J_onnshoy s latest bat-different college prior to com-3 p . m., t 0 day in the Library tion. . . cost Will. around. $1,700,000. . . . usually featuring several shor Re resentin USF's onl form was wtth the GDI Journal pleting registration. L 0 u n g e at which time the Execuhve. Co"!m•ttees bes1gmng architects for the bmldmg were Watson compositions, ihe coming conf Pt 11 t YtT whtch was banned from. the Cards by Colleges . t 'tt n The Umversity Exec u t 1 v e and Co., architects and engi0 m er;o egia e compe 1 IOn, campus but which the editors . nomma mg commi ee _w1 anCommittee, consisting of Dean neers of Tampa . Plans were cert will C{)nsist of two longer squad placed claim will make a strong come_of all the colnounce the slate of offlcers for Sidney French, dean of the Colcoord'inated by the board of The visual arts department chambc:r th? high of . tournaba ck in the f u ture. leges ':"111 be avaJlable to stu-the 1962-'63 year. The main l ege of Basic Studies; Robert control architect. The Clutter will be in the north wing. There mento m E Flat foi stnng ments m vaiSity divJsio_n ev<:n Successor Named d.ents m area at the s eake at the meeting will be Dennard , business manager; and Construction Co. of Miami is are plans for room space for Mozart and famOt>.s thou gh the students are time of registration. p r . . Johnshoy, approved the Hall constructing the building. This design, painting, cera mi cs, a and the Malden Quaron th e sophomore and fre,hMeanwhile the board of con-In explaining the reason for Mrs. Katherme Nunez who Will Council 's suggestion for consid company is also putting up the kiln room for ceramics, etching , tet by Shubert. man levels. Other members _of trol. named succesdistribution of class cards by discuss "Art Glass. " eration by the Student Associanew residence hall. jewelry design, and a sculpture The trio will be by the squaddare: Zal?,-fh FndayD the colle ges at the time of regMrs. Nunez has been a dealer tion Executive Committee and Largest on Campus studio. Edward Preodor, VIOlin; J o h n n:an, presi ent, oulse ewar ' ' 0 . 1 e posi was r. er istration instead of by the Reg-in antiques for the pas t 10 the University Senate. Soon to be the largest buildportion of the viola , and Margery istrar's Office, Dean French said years. Her strongest interest Accord to the fng 011 USF campus the Hubuilding is to be finished by Emx, cello. Ie • oe urn, arry e IX, ' t t h h h ld f the new plan would enable the SA ExecutiVe Committee apmanities Building cover June of 1963. It will be Iur-The quartet will be perand Sanchez. A e of deans of. the colleges lies in antique furniture. She proved the change unanimously 100,000 square feet and will nished and ready for use by fotmed by Preodor, violin; Started m the earl y fal! . of Universit or and Hart? know when does have an excellent collecsent its decision , along contain 29 classrooms. The September of that year. Armin Watkins, violin ; Tartag1960 , the squad been adivc d u Y ty h d h .. hons are filled and make poss1-tion of glass and china. Mrs. w1th letters from all the SenaChemistry Building second larglia viola and Mrs. Enix cello. for two academic years. Its 't e IS ble opening of new sections with Nunez a l so deals in the selling tors, back to the University est, contains 16 dassrooms. In Renistration Card The is invited to atf inal at the end t'oc 0\a ;t mf 1J an .: uca l ess loss of time French added Executive Committee for final addition to classr oom space, the !II _ tend e ither the matinee or eveof tournament 100 an y. that this system would make it of furniture of estates. She will approval. Meanwhile, the Uni building will be the center for Any student who plans to at-ning performance. There will be was hm1led fow: Bob Bickel , Pnor to hiS appomtment. at more likely that a student have a display of antiques and versity Senate members gave coul'ses in the fine arts division. tend the summer session should no charge, but a general adm1sJohn Kondehk, Torres, Kansas State, Dr. Wunderlich would rece.ive courses. needed also her rare books on antique their approval. Woodroffe stated The south wing of the buildpick up an "Intent To Attend sion ticket is required . Rese•and Bernard Zaid;'Dan. These of students at the for graduatwn or a maJOr. collection. that the advantages of the tn g is planned for the use of Summer School " card at the vations may be made by ca llin g fou r recently .rece1ved g old pms Umversity of M 0 n tan a for change overshadowed any tenta-the music department. It will Information De sks in the Uni -9884131, ext. 266, or tickets embossed with green seven He has also held Mrs. Harris Dean , chairman tive plans which may have been contain private practice rooms, versity Center or the Adminismay be picked up at the box -USF and deanshtps . m the area of stu-More of the ways and means commit -made for the scheduled midchoral and band rooms, and tration B u i 1 din g. This card office immediately before th e the year of pwneer de pate for dent affairs at Stanford and tee of the University of South week holiday in May. musicology classrooms. should be com p 1 e ted and performance . USF's 1960 -61 season. Idaho. USf NeWS Florida Women 's Club has anAccording to Allen, this will Fine Arts Offices dropped through the slot in the The club is open to all mThe n ew USF dean was a nounced that the Campus Store be a University holiday for stu-The center wing will hold door of the Registrar's Office, NEXT PAPER APRIL 30 terested parties showing any commander in the U.S. Navy is selli n g note paper depicting dents and staff. All offiees and general classrooms for humaniAD2064 . Early filing will insure The next issu e of the Cam debating potential. Those de-during World War II. He is On Pa ge 6 various campus scenes. The the Library will be closed April ties courses, faculty offices, an d adequate preparation for maxi p u s Edition will be 1\Ionday, siring to join s hould c o n t a c t married and has one son , a proceeds from these sales will 20-23. Classes will resume on the administrative s uit e for the mum conve nience at the time April , 3 0 . No school April 23, D r. Herman Stelsner, the third year medical student at go to the USF Scholarship Tuesday , April 24, and May 30 director of fine arts. of registration. L.M.S. no paper. squ'ad's spo n sor, in UC252. Stanford . Fund. will be a regulat• class day. "J.B.," The Peninsular Players are deep in rehearsal s for Roy Harvey, Robert Hippenmeier, Cricket Kemp, Cov-for Friday, April 27, at 3:15 p.m. Tickets are: Students, Above center, "J.B.," played by James Woodall, at''J.B.", Archibald MacLeish's provocative drama which entry Liggett, Pat Makela, Bany Mallinger, Laura Lig50 cents; USF staff, $1; and public, $2 . Reservations temps to comfort "Sarah," Madrean Woodall after the will begin a four-day run at USF'S Teaching-Auditorium-gett, Mary Parrish, Anne Phillips, DeeDee Warren, Paula may be made by phoning the Fine Arts Office, 988-4131, loss of their fourth child. At right Prof. John Caldell Theatre, Wednesday, April 25. Playing the title role Wilkes, Cinthia Zaitz, Richard Zaitz, and Jim Coplon. ext. 134 . gives suggestions for a live reading to "Mr. Zuss," will be James Woodall, with Terrence Tessem as Nickles; John Caldwell, associate professor of theatre arts, is di-Above at left a student crew paints one of the circus James Klapps, on "Heaven" platform. "J.B." will give Jim Klapps as Mr. Zuss; and Medrean Woodall as Sarah. •ector, with Kirby Talley stage manager, and sets and posters used in the production which takes place in a a special performance for hig h school drama student-, Other members of the cast are Diana Bellamy, Don costumes designed by Russell Whaley. Performances circus tent. Left to nght are Louise Stewart, Janet PalTuesday evening, April 24, before the regular four-day 'Dougherty, Robert Flynn, Anne Foster, Nancy Griffin, will begin at 8:30 each night, with a matinee scheduled mer, Bambi Miller, Britta Carnes, and Pat Makela. run which opens Wednesday, April 25.


THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, April 16, 1962 FIRST FORMAL GET-TOGETHER Rom ney, Rockefeller Confer CHARGED WITH POACHING Alaskan Police Nab Japanese Fishermen DETROIT, April 16 tuPD -Rockefeller after the meet-luncheon for him tomorrow, so George Romney and New York ing. But Romney talked free I just dropped in to talk to him Gov . Nelson Rockefeller, a pair ly at an Informal news con about mutual problems," he of 1964 Republican presidential ference. s a i d. "That's all t h ere possibilities, had their first "Michigan and New York to it." KODIAK, Alaska, April 16 (R) -The captains of two Japanese fishing boats have been arrested on charges of poaching in Alaskan waters. It was the latest flareup in years of dissension over fishing by the Japanese in watPrs claimed by Alaska. T aiyo Fisheries Co., which owns the vessels, commented: formal meeting last night and have much in common," Rom Romney said he was delved into "mutual problems ney said. "Both have large ested in steps Rockefeller "We have ordered the fleet to operate at least five miles off the co as t of the United States, two miles outside the accepted t e r r i to ria 1 water boundary. We are confident that affect both states." metropolitan areas and large taken to create jobs in Neither man mentioned his outstate rural areas." York. future political ambitions dur-Romney, who is making his "A key problem there was to ing the meeting, Romney said, first attempt at public offiCe tn create more jobs opportunities," although reporters noted that the gubernatorial race, sa 1 d he said. "The key problem in the get-together was held m New York was in deep economic Michigan is to get more jobs." no violation is involved." ' in "Presidential Suite" of a trouble when Rockefeller took Asked if Rockefeller had downtown Detroit hotel. office. offered to aid his campaign Alaska officials, headed by Capt. E. L. Mayfield of the state police, boarded the 65-foot herring catcher Ortori Maru No. 5 Saturday night at the mouth of U g a n i k Bay in Shelikof Strait. Alleged poaching by Japa fishermen bas been a bot issue i-. Alaska for at least 25 years. In 1938, the Alas kan delegate in Congress, An thon:Y Dimond, even suggest ed t b at the United States bomb Japanese fishing boats Rockefeller's press secre tary, Robert MacManus, would not allow reporters to talk to They arrested Captain Hig encroaching on Alaska waters. Philip Noto, Tampa Grocer, Dies at 59 ashima Tadao on charges of She!ikof Strait, varying in fishing commercially without width from 30 to 21 miles, lies a license and without having between Kodiak Island and the registered his gear or boat. Alaska peninsula. Alaska claims The Ohtori Maru was escort-it as inland waters, reasoning ed to Kodiak by the state fish that it is an extension of Cook and game department vessel Inlet. Kodiak Island lies off Teal. The boat was held under the southern tip of the Kenai $25 ,000 bond. Peninsula, which forms the The Ohtori Maru is one of.. eastern sb?re __ of Cook Inlet. five catcher boats which Alaska Gov. W tilt am A. Egan of officials say have been taking said the st:ait "tradi herring in Shelikok Strait for twnally has been an mland body a bout two weeks. They are ac-of water." He said it was regucompanicd by a 5,000-ton mother by the U.S. Fish and Wild the Banshu Maru, with life Service before Alaska be-123 persons aboard. came a state. Officers also arrested the Egan wrote and wired George captain of the Banshu Maru, W. Ball, undersecretary of state, Mongo M . Hanasaki, but did asking . the federal government not seize his ship. Hanasaki was t? act when the fleet was first charged with fishing commersighted. He said weekend's cially without having notified was taken Without the state. f1catwn to federal authorities, Officials also plan to board because_ he . had not received another of the catcher boats any satisfactiOn. the Sheichi Maru No. 7, The governor said be . was they r e a c h it. The other in contact yester catcher boats were apparently day Wlth the departments of -(AP Wirephoto) not regarded as in Alaskan and justice. In Washwaters. mgton, neither department Superior Court Judge Edward would comment. W. Davis flew here from An-. In. Tokyo, the Japanese fotchorage yesterday to arraign etgn office said it cabled Tadao and Hanasaki. He re-the embassy m Washmgton to D th • T E I h leased them to their vessels on ask for a full report from the ea S 1n ampa sew ere ' their promise to return for a U.S. gover:nment on the inc!. f hearing, probably in Anchorage. dent. Offtctals satd the JapaIn Tokyo, a spokesman for the !les_e government would protest WILLIAM O. DILLON and Associates, Importers and pita! Sunday evening: Mr. Burke Funeral NotiCeS ___ ......::.......::._.=... _______ I If 1t found the ships William 0 . Dillon, 72, of 3618 exporters, and was associated was a native of Indiana, and a had not VIolated terntonal waGrove Ave . , died Saturday in a with Southeastern Plywood Inc. , former resident of Jackson, ters. Tampa hospital. A native of and Bay Door Corp. He received Mich., c om in g to Tampa 12 Rites Told For Mother Of AI_ Lopex Funeral services were sched uled today at 4 p.m. at the Lord & Fernandez Funeral Home for Mrs. Faustina Lopez, 87, mother of Chicago W b i t e Sox manager AI Lopez. 1\:[rs. Lopez died Saturday at her home, 3210 Harding Ave. A • native of Spain, she had resided in Tampa for 60 A years. .d";l Survivors, beMrs. Lopez sides her son Alfonso, are two daughters, Mrs. Mary Rivera; an o t h e r son, Francisco; one sister, Miss Josefa Vazquez; nine grandchil dren and six great-grandchildren. Burial will be in Centro Astu riano Memorial Park Cemetery. 'rBE TAMPA TIMES Publlahed e Y t Ill a r a Monda,. thruua.b Saturday by The Tribune Company from The Tribune Build Inc. Latayette and Morc'aa. Streda. Tampa, Flor14a. Entered as 1econcl elan :aa.aUer at the Pod Ofllu at Tampa. Florida, wader . tile Act of Ma.rcb 3, 1879. SubscripUon Kates: lly carrier SOc per week; by carrier or mall thru: montha U.90; alx JD.Oo1ba $7.80; one year $16.60. Subscription. pa7able fa ad .. aaee. Member of AHoclated Preu. Mt!!!mber of Aadl& Bureaa or Cfr cal•Uon. ..., THANK YOU It seeme that it is some what improper, at least according to the rules of &ocial etiquette, to send a thank you note in reply to a thank you note. But we have received so many wonderful notes and letters from the families we have served, we want to say publicly, thank you. Mrs. Beltzung Dies at 77 Ohio, he had lived in Tampa for his education at Sarbanne, years ago. He was a member two years. Survivors include his France and the American Uni of the Pentecostal Holiness widow, Mrs. Rose M. Dillon, versity in Beirut, Lebanon. Church. Survivors include his Tampa; two sons, Charles Dil-Survivors include two sons, widow, Mrs. William Burke, Jon, Alliance, Ohio, and Earl Fred F. Haddad, Tampa and rampa; two sons, Chester Burke, DAUG , CONRAD CARL .Graveside services for Mr. Conrad Carl who passed awayin Sacramento, Cemetery with Pastor H. G. M. Wolter of the Lutheran Church Zion Missouri Synod F. T. Blount Company 5101 Nebraska Ave. in charre of local a:r;rangements. Mrs. Ethel C. Beltzung aunt Dillon, Canton, Ohio; three Dr. Eugene Haddad, San Diego, Chicago, Ill., and L e v ern of Alice_ and Joe Gregory,' Tam-daughters, Mrs. Ruby Gelckler, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. LilBurke, Jackson Mich. a step pa serv1ce and civic club lead-Sebring, Ohio; Mrs. Estella Don-lian Haddad Hyman, Tampa; son, Paul Jacksbn f>'lich.I:L:-:O:::P:::E=z=-,..,M=R:=s-. ers, died in a lo hoe and Miss Thelma Dillon, one brother, Dr. Selim Haddad, three Stepdaughters . cal hospital after both of Alliance, Ohio ; two sis New York City; three sisters, Bettendorf, Mrs. L'e!a Debolt, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock from a brief illness. Mrs. John Hood, Empire, Mrs. Sarah Mann, Beirut, Leb-both of Jackson, Mich. , and Mrs. She was 77. Ohw, and Mrs. Anna Danver, anon, Mrs. Suzanne Salami, Frances Dacon Odessa 26 . Centro Asturiano Memorial Park A native of New Matamaras, Ohio; six New York City, and Mrs. Claire grandchildren, s e v r a I New York and a grandchildren; three great Sultan, Fort Lauderdale; seven great-grl!ndchildren. Manuel Fernandez. Alfonso Lopez Jr., former resident grandchildren; several nieces grandchildren and sever a 1 and John Rivera Jr. She is survived of Henniker, N.H., and nephews. nieces and nephews) including EDWIN MOODY she had been VERNON W. ROYCE Jack Haddad, Tampa. Edwin H. Moody, 62, 218 N. n'l::! living with her DA S L Ster_ Jing A_ ve., died Sunday !.ranacnh1d 1drcehni.l d r en, sl x greatnephew and niece Vernon Webster Royce, 78, of VE UMMERAL ft •• for the past six 3212 Barcelona Ave., died early Dave Summerall, 90, of N. aA ern_oon In 3 Tampa hospital. NOTO, PIDLIP G. JR.-Funeral servt 342 t d t h' 'd ft H' k L G'b t d' d native of Rtchmond, Va., Mr. ices lor Mr. Philip G. Noto Jr, of y e a r s a 1 o ay a ts resi ence a er a 1c ory ane, 1 son on, 1e Moody had lived in T f 2509 Pine st who passed a..:ay Fri Chestnut St. She lengthy illness. A native of Saturday in a Tampa hospital. th ampa or day evenlnJ wlll be conducted Monwas the widow of Mrs. Beltzung Byron Mich he has resided in A life long resident of Hillsbore past 10 years and was a day afternoon at. 4 o'clock from the Henri Beltzung, former presi for the past 43 years. ough County, he had lived in supervisor for the dent of the Pomeroy Surgical Mr Royce was a civil engineer Gibsonton for five years. He Can _He was a member of In th• La Union Italiano Cemetery, . b f the Trimty Methodist Church • Wlth the Universal Lodge No. I78, Supply Co. in Boston. associated With Royce & Royce was a mem er o the Church f T d F&AM in charge of graveside servShe was a member of the Or engineering firm He was a of God. Survivors include two o ampa an Manchester ices. Mr. Nolo is . survived. by his • p ) S 11 G'b Lodge F&AM Richmond Sur• widow, Mrs. Josephtne Caeruna Noto, der of Eastern Star, past pres, member of the Masonic Lodge. sons, au ummera , 1 sonvivors inc! d ' h. 'd M one daughter, Theresa ident of the Federation of Worn-Survivors include his widow ton, and Berlm Summerall, u e IS WI ow, rs. Tampa; one son, Phlhp c. Nolo, . ' C! t N J . t d ht Vernon Moody a son Edwin H Tampa; two brothers. J1mmle G. en's Clubs in New Hampshire Mrs. Mildred Royce and a son ay on, • wo aug ers, M d J ' ' . Nolo and Sam G. Nolo, both of Tam past president of the Stan 1 e y D both of Mrs. Mable Brown, Pleasant Y r.; and a daughter, MISS E;' six sisters, Mrs. Katie Pullara, Club of Henniker and a mem-Tampa. . ' Grove, and Mrs. Allie Porter, Shirley E. Moody of Tampa; and NJlii. ber of the OptiMrs Club of Durant; 19 grandchildren and 20 three brothers, 0. E. Moody, Frances Fernandez and Mrs. Rose W SIMON F. HADDAD great-grandchildren. H . S. Moody Sr. and R. A. Ferhta. all of Tampa, also oeven est Tampa. Mo d f R' h d _..:eil'::.:•::n::d::.:ch::ll::d::r::.:en::--------Other survivors include a Simon F. Haddad, 72, of 2502 GRANT J. RHODES 0 Y 0 JC mon niece, Mrs. Alex Muntjan of SilParkland Blvd., died early Sat . Rt. MARCELINO VALDEZ MOYA rOWELL, SURRY C.-Funeral services ver Springs, Md., and a nephew, urday 'in a Tampa hospital. A Grant J. _Rhodes, 66, of . Peter Kerby of Larchmont, N . Y . native of Syria, he had lived 1,_ Valnco, dted at Bay Marcelma Valdez 71, of .. Mrs. R . D. Jonts, 5210 Branch Ave .• will beheld Tuesday afternoon at West Coast Unions To Get in Tampa for 50 years Mr Pmes Veterans Hosp1tal. A na 1406 lOth Ave., a natlVe of Cuba Haddad was chairman of tive of Pennsylvania, he had and a of Tampa for 55 board of' directors of Haddad lived in Valrico for 14 years. years, d1ed Sun_day morning in 1-:...:......:::......:::.......=.::..::.=.:.....:::_:===IHe was a member of the Bran-a Tampa hospital. }fe was a . 2:00 01Clock at the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Horhe, 5101 Ne braska Ave. Rev. Charles H. Hurt, 0!il) Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. don VFW Post and the Everett member of the Centro Espanol Funeral Notices Pa., D .A.V. Survivors Club. He is survived by two his widow, Mrs. Maude V. sons, Marcelino Maya Jr. and Rhodes, of Valrico; four sons, Ernesto Moya; two daughters, rico, will be held this afternoon at Robert D. Rhodes, of Broadtop, Mrs. Mercedes Rivero and Mrs. ,!.Wi, Pa., Donald H. Rhodes, of LockCelina Flores; six grandchildren Buzbee officiating, assisted by the Court Hearing AARDAPPEL. cLARENcE_ FUneral SAN FRANCISCO, April 16 (.11')-Ships of the Pacific Mari-of Tampa for 10 years. wUI be held time Association are on the Tuesday morning at IO:OO o'clock at move again but both the PMA and three seamen's unions . will get a chance today to say why they opposed a Taft-Hartley inBriggs J R M A 1 J R junction that has ended a mond 'G;,':o"r",., Bmfe uJ.Y ."J'ci month-long sailors' strike for at least 80 days. Last Wednesday, President Plant Ave. at Platt st. Kennedy invoked the labor law to halt the strike by the three seamen's unions against. the PMA. Friday Federal Judge George B. Harris signed a Temporary injunction and di rected each side to send rep resentatives to his court today to offer further arguments against the Taft-Hartley injunction. The PMA president, Paul St. Sure, told federal mediators before the injunction it was the owners' experience that the unions would strike again at the end of the 80-day period. Freak Accident Kills Spectator at Fire . McDONOUGH, Ga., April 16 (UpO-Howard Welch, 24-yearold father of five, was killed yes terday by a freak accident while watching a fire. The fire touched off an explosion, snap ping a utility pole and bringing a 1,000-pound power transformer down on Welch, who was crushed to death. ADVERTISEMENT CARR, ELLIS -Mr. EUis Carr, 73, a St. Petersburg hospital Sunday B daughters, Mrs. Ellsworth R. Parsons o Wethersield, Conn.. and Mrs. William G. Hall of Tampa; a grandport, N.Y., Paul E. Rhodes and and two great-grandchildren. Gene A. Rhodes, both of Valrico; tery. Active pallbearers are Roy five brothers, Albert Rhodes, of SURRY C. POWELL Chester, Pa., Charles Rhodes, of Surry C. Powell, 77, died and Ross Obanion. Honorary pall-Philadelphia, Pa., Cloyd Rhodes, Sunday morning. He lived at George Rhodes, of Millcreek, the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. George Powell, and Elmer Maute. Pa., and Alton Rhodes, of Mar Jones\ 5210 Branch Ave. Slowers Funeral kelsburg, Pa.; three sisters, Mrs. native of Suffolk, Va., he had 1--"=:....::..c.::.=...:..-----Jane Conaway of York Pa. lived m Tampa 15 years and M G w' ' ' was a retired yardman for the race eJss, and Mrs. Chesapeake & Ohio R r d Alice Delancy, both of Pennsylai oa vania; and seven grandchildren. ELIZABETH I. MIDDLETON MRS. ETTA B. SEXTON Mrs. Etta B. Sexton, 87, 308 CARD OF TBANKI>-We wish to express our many thanks and sincere appreciation to our friends, relatives. ne1.1hbors and tbe Tampa General Hospital for their acts of kindness Clyde T. Ethridge. Wife and "When Governor Rockefeller in Michigan, Romney Said, was elected, New York was ex"I didn't ask for help and be periencing a lower economic didn't offer any." growth than the nation: as a Also attending the informal whole," Romney said. "It also meeting were Republican Nahad an employment problem. tiona! Committeeman George L. "Michigan is in the same Hinman of New York and John boat. We had a 7 . 8 per cent B. Martin of Michigan. decrease in personal Income in 1961, the only state in the nation t.o experience a de cline. We also are having our employment problems." Rockefeller is seeking reelection this fall and, like Rom ney, his political future hinges on the outcome. Both men mu;;t win if they are to be considered strong challengers for the GOP presidential nomination in 1964. Romney, who refuses to take seriously talk that he is a pres idential dark horse, had a quick answer when queried about his plans for 1964. "Neither of us about it," he said. "Nothing was sa1d about that. No, nothing at all." Romney said his meeting with Rockefeller, in town for a speech before the economic club today, was a "courtesy call." "I won't be able to attend the ADVERTISEMENT AMAZING PSORIASIS STORY Jan. 10, 1960 Pittsburgh, Pa. "Doctored for psoriasis 30 years. Spent much money to no avail. Then used GHP Ointment and Tablets for 2 weeks. dis. appeared as if by magic. In 6 weeks skin completely cle ared and clean. First time in 30 years. 'rhanks for your marvelous prod ucts." This much abbreviated re port tells of a user's success with a dual treatment' for psoriasis now made available to all sufferers. Full information and details of a 14 day tria 1 olan . from Can am Co., Dept. 229X, Rockport, Mass. HOUSE PAINT TITANIUM WHITE FUME PROQF-MILDEW IIESISTAioiT FLOOR and FURNITURE BAnLE SHIP GRAY LONG LASTIN (RUBBER BASE) s2 98 FINISH GAL. FLAT BRILLIANT WHITE Reg. 80c: SPECIAL 39 .;ri:8014 a" loiYLDN IRISTLE . $24' WOOD 6' STEP LADDER ...... , ... $"'4.'79 20' EXTENSION LADDER •••• $14.98 7 INCH PAINT . ROLLER AND PAN HEAR THIS DYNAMIC SPEAKER For those of us who daily work with people under adverse emotional circum etances your "thank yous" mean more than words can express. We are deeply grateful. Mare Comfort WearinCJ FALSE TEETH Ue in state at Marsicano Funeral Home. 404.0 HenderSon Blvd., on Monday from 4 P.M. until 7 P.M. and will then be sent on Tuesday morning to Rockybill .. Conn.. in care of the Rose Hill Funeral Home for services and interment. The famU_}' S. Boulevard, died at her home Friday night after a long illness. A native of Prince Edward Island, she had been a resident of the Tampa area for 45 years. She was a member of the Cornerstone Bible Class of the First Christian Church and the Dorcas Society. She is survived by two sons, George H . Sexton of Tampa and James Sexton of Boston, Mass.; five grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. APRIL 15-22 Plant Ave. at Platt St. 11301 Florida Ave. Here is a pleasant way to overcome loooe plate discomfort. FASTEETH, an improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower pla.tes holds them firmer so that they feel more comfortable . No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's all

THE TAMPA TIMES 5 Monday , April, 16 , 1962 Pneum1ia Deaths Cut By Drugs By W. C. ALVAREZ, M.D. The National Tuberculosis Association has published an interesting folder called, "Pneu monia, the Facts." As many people know , there is a pneumonia, which affects only part of a lobe of a lung, and there is a lobar pneumonia, which involves one or more lobes of the lung. Years ago, with a lobar pneumonia, a person would have about one chance in four of dying. We doctors then had no remedy of any value. Lobar pneumonia is caused often by germs and often by a "pneumococcus." Under the microscope, these germs look like little round dots. As we all know, pneumonia can come when tbe pe'rson been severely chilled, or has had a severe cold, or perhaps bas been drinking heavily, or has an accident like a broken hlp, which causes him or her to have to remain in bed for a while . Today, many pneumonias are avoided by quickly getting old people out of bed and into a chair, and t h en u s i n . g a uwalker." Those of us who were living in 1918 can remember that during the terrible epidemic of In fluenza, there were many persons who had a pneumonia and died of it. Many of us know also that pneumonia is more likely to come during the winter. Men are more likely to get it than women. Even children can a severe type of perhaps after measles or whoop Ing cough. Often we doctors speak of a terminal pneumonia which helps a sick old person to leave a life that perhaps is no longer worth living. Alco holics often end up with a pneumonia. In cases of pneumonia, a high white blood cell count is likely to indicate a bacterial cause, while a low count will suggest a virus infection. Some times, if penicillin won't work, streptomycin or aureomycin will. One trouble with bronchopneumonia is that sometimes there is a relapse. and the patient gets sick again after he has appeared to be on the mend. Often a pneumonia begins with a shaking chill. Then the iemperature shoots up perhaps to 103 or 104 degrees; the patient may get much pain in his chest; he is good and sick, and he begins to cough. He have what is called red or colored sputum. In the old days , all the doctor could do was to hope that the man would soon have what is called a "crisis." Often, this came in a week or on the ninth day . If he didn' t get a crisis, he was likely to die. Today, with penicillin and other antibiotics to help us, often the relief obtained is dramatic; it comes quickly, and few people now die . Tbe big danger comes when a person ha s a virus t ype of pneumonia because unfortuately, few viruses are affected by antibiotics. B r o c h o p n e umonias are usually not so severe; and often the patient has only what looks like a bad bronchitis. The disease often attacks children who have measles, or U can come after an operation when it seems to be due partly to the ether that was given. The temperature may not be high. Tbe disease may last from five to 10 days and the person is likely to get well without a dramatic crisis. Draft Board Seeks 10 Men Tampa Draft Board No. 116 has announced that it is seeking information on the whereabouts of 10 Hillsborough County men. They have been asked to contact the office at 416 Tampa St .. "at oncl!. " The men and their last addresses are: Ernest Walker Parrish, 129 Court D, Riverview Terrace; Fernando Evaristo Perez, 1214lh Columbus Drive; William Irwin Pritchard, Rt. 6, Box 280; Walter Junior Reed, 2203 Emma St.; Armando Lorenzo Rodriguez, 2113 Armenia Ave.; Robert Roger, 1314 Union St.; Frank Joseph Smith Jr., 9404 12th St.; ,lames Thomas. 4605 S. Hesperides: Robert Ray West, Rt. 1 , Box 302D (Otto Road) ; and John Ramon Wood, 1705 W . 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The Tampa Times University of South Florida Campus Edition Editor . . . . . . ............................ Win&" Preodor Managing Editllr . . .... .................. Louise Stewart Social, Organization Editor ... ....... .... Virginia Activity Edlior .................... ........ Allee Anttila Faculty Adviser . . . ................. H. 1\llller 1leporllnr slllff: Uharlolle Aniler,on, Wtllia.n> Berno, Bill Blalock, 1'ornnar Eure. Lt.tJile P. Jo'earnow, lames W. Felter, Olane Gaddy. Norma Gause, John Gullel\, hne It. Keeran, Mlehael W. Oliver. Janet R. Painter. Sandra J. Peek, ltona. K. Zldrlch and Vlrrlnla Wll. O'Hara, a.ssistanl profeijser of Enrll•h, ad'YISer ta reportlnt and copydesk st.aff. Addre11s a.ll communlcallono, lneludinJ' Leiters lo Eclltor, to the Office of Cao1pu• Publlea.llona, ADIO'lO. Pb. 91!8-4l:U, E.t. J72 or 173. Edltillf Lab,. Ph. 2d!l. "Student reportero aalllorlnr news !or the Campu• Edition of THB I 'A..MPA 'rUlES, .. m req_ue•l malerl"l dlreet from Individuals and effleea on "ampua , and the will not clear throu1h the News Bareaa." 1 Point Ualnrsl&,.-Polle1 S&atemea& Ne: %".), ,Jal,-1911). . DENNARD SAYS $623,000 Correction Just For the Record CHINSEGUT CONFERENCE 6 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, 16, 196t Student-Faculty Retreat Helpful The future of the annual Chinsegut -conference-re treat is not clear, but everyone agrees thiit this year's meeting, held April 7 at Chinsegut Hill, was a successful instnunent of cooperative achievement by students and .faculty. "This is the place," Dr. Sidney J. French, dean of the college of basic studies commented at the close of the conference, "where b o t h ad ministration and student voices mix to discuss philosophically unless they are affected di rectly. In many cases students are not even aware of their rights. the problems of growth." "One source of dissension French pointed out to the 37 stems from the neglect on the student representatives and 17 part of the faculty and adminis faculty members, who met on tration to give explanations for the grounds of the old south-certain decisions affecting the ern plantation and botanical students . paradise for the three and one"We look to them for leader half hours of small-group dis-ship, they should look to us cussion concerning certain areas with explanations." of operation at that the Campus Publications STUDENT VS. ADl\'IINISTRATION university is expected to reach " t d t ll t f 12 000 The campus edition of the Almost simultaneously Dr. Decker, associate dienro men • Tampa Times did not escape rector of student personnel (left) delivers a talk on the USF Growinr criticism. One member of the whys and wherefores of policy administration and Because of Its rapid growth, group felt the s t a f f should John Bell (right) makes a point against him. They USF needs to continue confer-headline controversial matters I th. t d' t rather than meetings and were participating in one of the afternoon discussion ences 0 1 s ype, accor rng 0 events of little interest. How • . Below is a letter receJved Robert Dennarcl Ch" 11 b' t d d' French. "Possibly next year's 1: , groups at msegut Hi . The su JeC s un er ISCUg conference should be titled ' Be-ever. in another group, after USF business manager. The staff of the Campu.s Edition sion were conduct in the library, and student dress. coming senior&,' and the follow-hearing the financial problems atten_1pts to be as accurate as possible in its reporting Some students were advocating a list of written rules. ing one 'Becoming Graduate and the little support the cam-d t f 1 st d t • " pus edition student staff rean m even o error we we come letters which set the Decker felt that college students should be mature u ens. ceives, many thought it was do-record straight. This letter was received too late for enough to discipline themselves in these areas. ing a creditable job. However, fur the • 1 -d the future of all campus but is run today in the hope of p E INTR student assoctat on presl ent cation programs are on shaky Presentine the facts as soon as • .AM URALS Frank Meiners; who was quoted as saying the "Conferences in ground until the university possible. B II II the future will be devoted, prihires a journali!im professors t A St il 1 1 b an on and off situation for !lliss Wing Preodor u seye ows 0 a rs mar y to p annmg sess ons eEditor, USF Tampa Times tween old and new officers and more than a year. Tampa, Florida. members of the organization. In the discussion on organiza-Dear Miss Preodor: . B BILL BERNO Concrete Results tion, secretary Ronnie Lerner I sho uld like to call attention . . . Y ."The real worth of the meet-reported, students inquired as to a misstatement which oc. As far as competition IS the_ bow and atTOW set at USF has put away ings is difficult to determine, to the exact procedure of putcurred in the arlicle concerning Its tackle. for year. The All Archery Tournament was completed faculty salaries in the Monday, thethlst week22of7 Apnl. Th_e expert shootmg of Charles Yawn, score 273, Allen "ln this respect it i s no t clear group felt a committee on curMrary h t d f th C t t Both men and women round 4:00 p.m. Chemistry Seminar CH105 year of the biennium. Accordmg to t e presen wor 0 e ons Itu lOU, robin competition is being con7:00p.m. Judo Club UC2 The Botega Club i s &ponsord t b t"f' d b t th' d f th f TUESDAY, APRIL To repeat, the $1,300,000 figamen men S may e ra I Ie y WO Ir S 0 e VO mg ducted on the newly designed ll: a.m. University . ing a three-day art festival anc! ure developed by the sev-Student Association. The new proposal would put amendsoftball diamonds. This new de"Which Way Cuba" CHlll auction w hic h will take place era! mstttuhons merely to show ment ratification through the same channels now fol-sign of centralized home plates, . .Bxe<. uc203 Friday, Saturday and Sunday, that they could cover the $623,d b b .11 I th . d t ld b for the four diamonds makes Recreational <.:omm. UC214 April 27, 28 and 29 in the Uni000 figure, plus other adjustY 1 n lS. men s wou . e practice and competition a PersonJ;IeL Comm. versity Cent-er Gallery Lounge ments, should the board be will-JUSt another piece Of legislatiOn Of the InCUmbent regime. much mGre compatible proceand on t he West Terrace. The INFORMALITY IS THE KEYNO'fE These members of the Chinsegut conference have not let the inf01mality of the atmosphere interfere with their serious contemplation of the business being presented by the speaker just out of the picture on the left. Lack of furniture does not seem to have hindered attendance at these discussions. SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN Students .and faculty mingle during the lunch time break at the Chinsegut plantation-house veranda for a little hospitality in the form of Southern-fried chicken and potato salad. Seated in the foreground are Pam Morales, Paula Paster, John Bell, students, and Dean Martin of the College of Basic Studies • ALL EYES ON POLICIES by the rapt attention he is getting from the rest of the group, Dr. Decker (standing) must be making pertinent remarks on the mechanism of policies on a university campus. The avid note-taker in the left-center of the picture later jumped into the discussion with both feet. lng to allow these adjustments. These and the other evaluation suggestions seem dure. 5 ,00 time for the festival will be The final action of the Board of to lead to the centralization of power in the hands of Tennis Siges uc226 Friday from 1 p.m. until 5 p.'rn., Control on th1s matter would a few But perhaps this is a necessary evil. Since the The week of April 23 will s:Jo p.m. :t'la Saturday, 4 p.m. on, and SunC N • appear to be a sound fiscal de: . . find the All-Uni versity Tennis day from 1 p .m. until 4 p.m. ampus OtJCeS cislon, in that it is impossible majority of the people seem reluctant to take part In Tournament in full swing. The Tri-SIS uc2M During the Sunday hours, tl\C to predict at this point in time the responsibility of freedom to exert pressure On mat deadline for entry is Aprl'l 19 . sem. art auction will take place. Dr. Ilems lor Campus Nollus and Offi inasmuch as these machines Al'e used h th t f tl third tri 1 h ] 't ld th t th "11 Flr t Aid c AD1030 A th z 't n t' ff elal l'o'o!lces should. be sent to Office infrequently and appear to 1>e provid\\' at e 0 le f h. ters regu abng t VeS, I WOU Seem a e WI • Teams will comprise a maxi7,30 p.m. Dup'i!cate uc248 n ony at Z WI auc JOn 0 of Cantpus Publlca!lono. ADIU 70. not ing no real service to the staff. wtll be on each o t e ing few need to be endowed with the power SO that the. mum of four players or a mint-8:00 p.m. EJ,"!cleltsa UCI57 .he works of the Botega memlater than L1 noob, Wednesday before PAPERBACK EJ(llllHT-There will tnstttutwns. They have Utere . Fie! lJC200 bet'S. date of publication. Copy should be 1>e an exhibit of Crowell-Collier paper-fore J equi'red each institution to JOb can be done by SOmeO _ne.. mum of three. Great DiJCuulon t7pewrltten, double Apa.ced. back books in the St•ff Lounge, 5th ill th d t Group AD2096 The festival will consist o f lllAKE-UPS: All students who wish floor o the library, 2 to 5 p.m .. budget a contingency reserve to Whatever the reason, It IS St . ra er Sa 0 See SO The Contest betWeen two WEDNESDAY, APRIL lB, l962 sidewalk at'tists doing portraits, to take final exams In the College of Tuesday, April 24. A representative cover any unexpected much opinion in the hands of so few teams will_ be a doubles match 1:00 p .m. university Str ine TAl sketches and abstract painting. in enrollment for that thn d tnand two smgles matches. uc47 There will be an exhibition wilh the neceosary forms in the Office of w ith you. mestet. The amount of money Bieycle Club Lyre and Autos UC158 art wotk already pt• t'ced for sale. Evaluaitlon Services Oibrary, 5th floor) DEADLINES FOK Al'l'LICAT10NS 't I BOBIER PRESIDENT W lght Liftln UC157 b y Fr day, April 2 0 -Fot• general information of the unlfinally allowed for men n-There will be a norganizaPleclgef uc200 A refreshment stand will be SWIMMJ!'W PROFICIENCY TE!S'I verstty staff, the June 4 deadline for creases for the faculty by the • t' 1 t' f h Civic Unit No. 5 UC202 d f th 1 f ff wUJ be given on Monday, April 16 summer school applications and the Board of Control will permit a c FS Announces g:s; ggi8l t;: substantial adjustment upward UC221 Photo Club UC205 f tl t' t 11' College Pool in Temple Terrace. For Ea1y applications are encouraged : in faculty pay. While we will not a.m. Cco11t 1nbm. UC2H 0 le auc 1 on, s ro mg muslmore information contact P.E. office The $5 application fee for those enroll-. All students, staff. and fac' " UC216 cians will be on campus. AD1060. !ng fo• the first lime is the only excatch up to the 20 institutions 1 ... t d 1 6:30 p.m. Progran• Couneil UC214 The art work will consist of STUDENTS inter -pense involved. w i t h which we have been comu ""' In ereste m sue 1 acti vi ty 7 : 00p.m. Judo Club UC2 estee discontinued, Dr. Russell M. Cooper. dean of the College of Liberal Arts quet, and the second annual only on his graduate study term paper period, Xerox proUC EVENTS at USF , will be moderator. The banquet for Delphi sisProfessor Davis wiU spend next duced 6 , 000 copies . BAND CONCERT 3 The University of South Flor ida band will giv e its finl\1 concert of the season Mlly 3. f t th bl' ters. Ne\\ oft1cers to be installed t St t r d U . . t . It produces a permanent dry -------orum IS open e pu rc. are CaJ'olyn Wade, president; a . an . Y m copy on a good grade of bond SA To Attend Jan Harper. vice president; Pam Cahforma workmg on hts doc-paper. The print wiJl not fade Jazz and Poetry Session Features 'The Blues' Campisi. sec retary; Barb a r a toral dissertation in the field even in strong li ght or sunlight "I SUS Ellison, Diana. Zangof 18th century English novel as do some copies by By VIRGINIA MONTES events held on campus, the first from various members of the last from 9 p.m . to 1 a.m. Apr1 GA htstorlan and pad1amenespecially a. affected by the other types _of HighJiaht of the week's activi-such session was held during UC Committees. A.ll interested Tickets are l imited to F o u r tanan; Judy Harkness, CFS . The maclune p tcks up colors ties of the University Center is the "Jazz Week" last sho uld purchase their tickets as f 400 l couples ?n a first Convention representative. Spamsh. but only reproduces them as It proved so popular wtth stu-soon as possible .for they are come .. first served basts . The New pledge of Delphi is HarTo obtain the Dantortlt shades of gray. Many copying the second Jazz_ and Poetry sesdents and staff, that thts second 11 't d nd in order for thi s pnce 1s $4 couple, and ttckDr. Robet•t J. Decker. asso-1 riete Dickson . Delphi sisters and award, the protessor must first mach.ines not pick slon. hel? durmg sessio n was planned. to tickets should ets can be prcked up at the UC ciate directo1 oi student perpledges wtll be working be recommended by his univerup ball pomt pen wrrtmg or year. Thts event. IS be purchased soon . 5 0 c deposit Desk. ::.oJmel and four student officers, the . Tampa Women's Hosprtal It tl f'll . 1 b . crayon. sponsored by the . Lrterary. SoBndg": tournaments w1ll begin will hold two seats on the " Miss A twerp t wirl w ill be held o n . ' . . . l Auxtll81'y this semester. V.M. s y, len 1 m a ong 10 Photo ProceS6 ctety and the Music Comm1ttee on Fnday, April 27. from 3 to , campus April 28 Coeds will ask wcluding Frank pres11 graphical application for m The Xerox 914 operates on a of the UC, is being held at 2 5 p.m. The play will be held on Pinellas I the men to the 'dance and the dent; SkippEH' Smith. vice presTrain Trip Planned which is screened for 200 ap-photographic process using an p . m., Thursday, April 19, in UC three consecutive Fridays. This DANCE Been dress is usu al. Prices 'are $l 00 ident. and Lee Moi11tt . trea:;plicants for oral interview. aucl Eastma n camera. It can be set 264-265. w ill be an All-University Bridge around the world lately' ? Well , drag 75c stag. A plize will be uter. will attend the Southern To Passion Play then 40 to 50 are chosen for to make multiple copies, each Th e theme of the session will Tournament, and all interested here's your chanc e to make a for the bes t hat made Universities Student Governa wa 1 d s on the basis of lhis oral of which is made from a new, be "The Blues", and dec01ations staff and students should cer-brief tour of Africa . Asia, Euby the girls f o r their "twer s " ment Association convention at University of South Florida interview. This is the seconu sepatate exposure. w ill center around a "coffeetainly participate. rope, and South America via P Ctemson Agrlcultutai College in students are being olfered the time Davis has won t he national The Xerox 914 cannot be pur-house"; coffee will be served, Sign-up will begin today , USF Airways. HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE: South Carolina, April 26, 27, opportunity to attend the na-competition fot this scholar-chased; it must be rented. The compliments of the Hosprtality -April 16 , and w ill continue un-The second Annual Spring A11ne Landers will be coming to and 28. tionally-known Black Hllls Pa ship. The first tune was in machine is meter ed according to Committe. Dr. Sy Kahn, spon-Ul next 'Monday, April 23. Fantasia, the theme t his year USF as a special guest of the The conierence will [eature slon Play in Lake Wales on 1957 . use. The cost of five cents a sor of the Literary group, and Winners of the last Ladder being "Pleasure Trip Around University Center and the Hos16 panel discussions on aU Thursday, April 19 , at the r eAlong these same lines, Davt s copy covers most of the expense Jim Woodall wlll be doing the Tournament held on campus are the World" will provide t h e pitality Committee. This will be areas ol student government duced rate of $5. The spectal won the coveted Wallace Stcgof the machine. The price is reading. Backing them up will Pat Mason, Ping-Pong; Dick means. Four bands wlll be fea-the first i n a series of special and student life. An open forum rate includes a round-trip ticket ner Creative Writing Fellowship kept down as a servlce for the be a small jazz combo consist-Winters, Caron Billiards; Dave tured, including the headliners, college etiquette program " Cam on "The Role of the Dean and to Lake Wales and the adrnis-in 1954 . This also is a national students and the faculty and is ing of Mark Morriss, Drums; Pulliam, Pocket B i Ill a r d s; The Fabulous Skyliners. This pus Cues". JoAnn Torre t a the Student Personnel Admin-sion price to the play. competition, but one in which from 5 to 10 cents less than Bob Ashford, Bass; and Dave Charles Voiflt, Snooker. most important event will take Charm School and Wolf Bros. is istrator in SUSGA" will be given For additional informaliol' the applicant submits his wl'itthe charges made in other Treat at the Piano. . Moonlight Cruise tickets are place in the University Center also assisting the committee in tue ttrst evening. call the UC information desk. ing for judgment. universities. This Is second ot similar on sale at the UC desk, and on the night of May 5, and will this series. ( .


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