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VOTE TOMORRO Good Start University Of South Florida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES Fair through Tuesday. M o s t I y northeasterly winds 10 m.p.h. High today and Tuesday 87. Low tonight 64. SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 77 Final Exam Schedule ATTENTION: ALL STUDENTS Following is the Final Examination Schedule for the Spring Semester 1962. Please read and note the times that the Final Examinations for the courses you are taking are scheduled. Any conflict in Final Examinations should be reported to the Office of Evaluation Services (5th floor Library) no later than Fri day, May 11. See next week's campus edition for changes and corrections. TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS Room 332"ot ....... . ........... Cfi 2081 MONDAy' JUNE .. 19 I 00, 10, 1 2 ............. CH 111 CB llO 09, 15, 22, 91 ......... Ch iUU 201 Ol. .................... AD Hl89 06, 1,, 18 ............ CH !II EC 201 02 ..................... AD 2002 ll, 12, 19. 20 .......... TA EC 202 04 ..................... AD 1090 OJ, 10, 13, 21 EN 207 Ol. .................... UC 203 16 .. _ ............. AD 2007 m 11 :::: ::: ::::::::: m 8L::::::::::::::::: 2m 02, 90 ................ AD 2&Jt ,p.m. 00 .................... AD l CH 321 OL. .................... CH 109 .................. AD 2002 m ED 305 02 ......... .... .. UC 215 Fl 302 Ol. .................... UC 257 EN 221 02 ..................... LS 260 GY Jll 01. ................... CH 201 Fl 301 01. ............ .... UC 213 HI 112 05 ........ ,. ........... AD 2073 HI 122 02 ........ .. .. AD 2073 LI 301 Ol. ... ................. UC 204 HI 122 ............... AD 1051 PC 301 01 . . . . . . . . .. .. . .. . . . LS 179 MA 141 01 ............... .. AD 2074 p,; 211 01, 02 .................. CH 100 MK 301 01 .. ... .. .. .. CH 101 PH 212 01, 02 .................. CH 111 OA 143 01. .............. " UC 251 RN 221 01. .................... UC 222 OA 251 01. .................. .. UC 205 2_, p m PC 341 01. ...... " .... .. .. LS 179 ED 1(ll. All UC PH 321 01. .................... CH 203 ED 205 All .. :::::::::::::::::: TA PS 101 01 . .. ................ AD 2011 H p m so 221 01. ... ............... . CH 106 SH llll . All ................... UC' 264 & s,.;., 303 01 .................... CH 105 ...................... liC 265 p.m. s..g p.m. CB 102 .. " .. " TA CB 201 All ..................... CH 100 29 8-JO p.m. 07, 12, 90 ........... CH 111 EC 202 05 ..................... AD 1090 11, 21, 31, 32 ......... CH 100 EN 337 01 ..................... AD 2011 02, 10, 16, 22, 28, HI 232 03 ......... , .......... AD 2073 Students Pledge Work-Days,_Money Little Man on Campus By SARAH CALDWELL 30, 91 _ . . . . . . ..... uc 248 m ... -. .. .. . . . .. . . 19 ::: ::: ::::::: : : : m: SH 215 01 . : .. : .. .. . UC 2221 13, 23 ................ AD 2072 FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1002 14 .................... AD 1030 S-JO am The Riverfront Recreation Area Committee received a shot in the arm when chairman Ann Francis was noti fied of the acceptance of the proposed river area project by President Allen and the Executive Committee. Miss Francis' committee, which has been working for over a • year, was complimented on the completeness of their work and 17 .. ............ .... AD 2007 AR 20'2 . 01 UC 18 .................... AD 2002 EC lOl ' ' ' ' ...... ' ' ' ' ' ..... ' 24 .................... AD 2009 EC 202 01. .................... UC 221 25 .................... AD 2073 ED 303 gl-_::::::.::::::::::. Z-3 p.m. 27 " .................. AD 1051 ED 307 01 .................... lifi Q64 CB liB All .................... TA ED 309 01..................... 202 p.m. • ED 315 01. .................... CH 201 CB 114 All ........ ., ....... ,. . TA EN 203 01. .................... UC 205 CB 116 All ................... CH 100 FI 201 01 ..................... AD 1051 fif'Au ..................... TA . m f2if" All ..... , .............. AD 2001 MA 301 01 .................... AD 2002 CB 117 All ................... TA 1g: gf:.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' m 90 .................... AD 2001 PC 101 01. ........ .... ...... CH 103 AC 202 90 ................... AD 2002 01 ....... .. .......... CH 111 1fa 1m py 102 81:::::::::::::::::: . m f88 158 buB1.io30An ..................... TA PC 101 90 ..................... CH 103 H-'! p.m. R-IO p.m. CB 203 All. .................... TA pi02' 03 .................... uc 47 EC 202 90 ..................... AD 1090 CP 201 All . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . CH 100 GA 362 90 .. AD 2007 ED '03 02 ............. : ...... CH 102 MK 301 90 . AD 1030 ED 313 01 .................... CH 101 TUES•AY, JUNE 5, lOGZ I HI 122 03 ..................... AD 2011 ................. d.; TA 158 10-l;l noon 'I' A 111 01 ........ , ........... TA A C 201 02 ..................... AD 2001 LN 222 Ol. .................... AD 1028 AC 202 03 ..................... AD 2002 4-G p.m. CB 107 All ..................... CH 108 AR 102 02 ..................... UC EC 311 01. .................... AD 1089 AR 303 01. .................... CH ED 305 Ol. .................... UC 165 B,O 202 01. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LS ED 319 01 ..................... CH 101 EC 101 03, .................... UC HI 112 01 ..................... AD 2073 EC 202 01. ................... CH HI 232 Ol. .................... CH 105, EC 301 01 ........ ., . .. .. . .. . CH l\IA 221 01. ....... , ............ CH 107' EC 331 Ol .................... Cll OA 351 01 ..................... UC 231 ED 317 01. .................... LS T'S Jll 01... ........... • UC 21:1 EN 221 01. .... '""' ...... LS SP 306 Ol. ................ -... UC 221 EP 203 01. .................... CH TA 221 01 ................... TA GE 202 0{ ................... CH TA 311 01. ................... TA GY 202 01 ................... CH ZO 202 All... .. .. .. .. ......... CH 111 HI 112 03 .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. LS 12'! p.m. HI 112 04 .... , ................ CH 105 CB 202 13, 14, 15, 17 LN 112 Ol. .................... AD 1089 18, 08, 90 ..... .. • .... UC 248 MU 202 01 .................... UC 158 00-07. 19 .............. TA PC 101 03 AD 2072 09, 12, 16 .. .. . .. .. .. CH 100 PC 212 ........ "" ... " ..... 10, 11 .. CH l1l py 202 8t:::::::::::::::::: m H ra:r oo. 02, 04, o7, 13. 19. 8L:::: ::::::::: :: 18? 0231, 2025, 2263. 90 ......... CTHA 100 TA 331 Ol. .................... TA ' , ... .. ... fH!pm Ofs 08: 10: 16 gs m SH io3. All. ................. UC 264 & 09 .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . LS 266 ..................... UC 265 u :::::::::::::::::::: a m foi AU ................. . l7 .................... LS 261 MA 202 All ................ .. 24 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LS 268 MA 212 All . . .. 27 .................... LS 262 SATURDAY, J1JNE 9, 196% 91 .................... LS 269 ft-10 a.m. •-• p m ED 207 01 ..................... CH 201 {l tN::::::::::::::::::::: IB 2072 ::':;: :::::: m CB 2i6 -All .................. AD 2072 m &L:::::::::::::::::: lJg m CB 218 All ................... " TA GN 221 01 AD 2001 P,jffi' 90 . AD 2002 MA 139 01, o2""":::::::::::: CH 100 EC 101 90.:::::::::::::::::: AD 1090 MU 107 01 ..• 2 .......... TA EC 202 91 ...... -........... AD 2001 1...p.m. wd c.-n m :::::::::::::::::::. lm AC 202 Ol. ................ AD 2001 ED 455 90 ..................... CH 202 AR 102 01. .................... UC 47 GA 341 90 .................... AD 2007 ED 309 02 ..................... CH 204 HI 122 90 ................... AD 2073 ED 337 01. .................... CH 201 SH 351 90 ................... UC 222 HI 232 02 ..................... AD 2073 SO 355 90 .................... AD 1030 SO 363 Ol. .................... UC 221 SS 411 90 ..................... AD 2072 SS 344 Ol. .................... UC 205 8-10 p.m. SS 344 02 ..................... UC 204 EC 331 90 ....... .' ............. AD 1089 p.m. EN 337 90 ................. UC 202 AC 201 01. .................... AD 2001 Ff 302 90 . .. . UC 221 AC 202 02. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. AD 2002 WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6, EASD Ol. .. .... ........... CH 206 8-10 a.m. OA 361 02 ..................... UC 264 CB 106 00, 01, 04, l> SH 313 01. .... .. .... --.. .. I.!C 201 07, 09, I? .. .. ....... UC 248 I 01. ...... .. .. .. .. .. UC 222 03. 10, 13, 14 ........ CH 1001zo 312 01. ............. ; ...... LS 101 02, 05, 06, 0!1 1-6 p.m. 15, 16. 90, 91 ........ TA CH 202 All ...... .. .... CH 100 AREA TO BE DEVELOPED ALONG RIVER Here is. a scene along the Hillsborough River on the USF <;ampus which is to be developed for student recreational purposes. The area is already getting heavy "unofficial" use by students even though it has been posted as "Off Limits." Here in the weeds are BoJJ Connell and Betty Lou Oliver. D S h d 1 their analysis of the area. a1 Y C e U e The fature recreational spot b or d e r s the river north of MONDAY, MAY 7 • 1962 Fletcher Avenue and is about 10 a.m. Westminster Fellowship UC100 1 miles from 'the University Fme Arts CouncJl .... ADI058 Jewish Student Union ... UC157 Center. Business Leaders Org. UC26l Support Pledged Dance Comm. . ...... . Twenty student organizations Sports Car Club ......... UC202 have pledged 119 people work-Baptist Students . ..• , •.. UC2J3 Clubs Lively With Spring Activities are now being made for a beach party to be held in the !'lear future. ETHELONTES; A MotherPsychology Club ....... UC20< ing 38 eays, and $270 in support Horse Fanciers' Club . UC205 of the project. The organizaAII•U Book: wesley t•oundation ..... UC223 tions are also planning to put Movie Comm .......... UC2H I h • Foreign Language Club UC215 in 128 hours per week mainS ort StorieS taining the area. This Time .. Five pieces of equipment Hospitality comm..... UC226 have aho been volunteered, in-The second All-University 12'30 .. eluding a truck, tractor, jeep, Book for this semester will be saw, and bulldozer. J. D. Salinger's "Nine Stories." cs.T.mori::::: Don Gordon and Dickey Davis Salinger is the author of 7,oo p.m. Judo .. . .. uc2 are in charge of volunteer "Catcher in the Rye." His latTUESDAY, 1\IA.Y 8, 196:= workers. All Day Personal Llbrary est book, "Franny and Zooey,'' Collection-Book As plans now stand, a road, has been on the best seller Jist 11,00 : : .. parking lot, and games area will AN EDITORIAL for several months. Ex.'. be cleared by fall, 1962. Pknic His book of short stories wa.o;. Recrealion Comm. .. UC214 tables and barbE.que pits will With Regrets and Reasons chosen by the All-University .. :::.: be added next year. Book committee because it will 5 ,00 .. _coun_cil::::: :BgtJ Dreamy Future provide recreational reading for ... ::::::::::::: .. Riverfront mem-There not two pages in The Campus Edition this s,oo p.m. i{thelontes ........... ucta7 bers are also dreammg about week. There IS only one. The cutback was made with F Choir To Give onc:ert Wednesday 7 '00 :: : ::::::::::{iggg ba lotdtghe house regrets. We hope that we can expand again soon. How-Tri-sis ................. uczo4 u ese pro)ec .s wn. no 1 t t k th' 'bl d cieo .. .. .. . .......... u.cm the drawing board for quite a ever, presen crrcums ances rna e IS Impossi e, an Gymnastics Club .... while. the immediate future does not look very bright. 8:oo .... .. At completion the area will There i.s no journalism professor at USF. For tbe wEDNESDAY, MAY • i.H-'2 provide w!lh past four semesters English professors have been as-I,oo p.m. universitY Chotr. .. .. TA for swtmmmg, P1 C!'teksigned to teach the journalism class. The professor in Relig1ous council ..... ADlO:H ing, and almost all recreatiOnal . . Lyre and Au1os .......... ucl58 activities. charge of the clas.s this semester IS not only unsympathe At this time there is no provitic work, he to being enti!ely .. sion for supervision for parties hostile. ThiS class IS the only training program provided .. : ::::::: ggg; or swimming. This is expected for Campus Edition reporters, and il has proven to be cultural comm ........... uc214 to come at a later date. completely ineffective this semester. 6:oo .. co'uncii .. ggm OrigiJllltor Davis Next fall we hope that there will be a journalism 7:0op.m. .... .. V.C7 Dickey Davis originated the profes.sor to take charge of the class. He has not been U8 Tb1 . riverfront mOI:e than a hired yet, but the money has at last been allotted for his THURSDAY, MAY 10. 1962 year ago, at whtch hme over 9,0o.a.m. I''oreign Lang. coni. cH Bldg. $100 was collected, but the proj-salary. Until he is actually here, though, The Campus 12,oo p.m. F-L Luncheon. ect was shelved because of lack Edition will be faced with a diminishing number of 2:oo p.ms. soc. AD1050 of student support. reporters. . Music Comm. The riverfront project Is The New B e h 1 f '1 d t t f 11 ............ planned to grow with time, the s ur au as a so ale o coop era e u y Tri-SIS Pledges.. ..uc2o> university , and student support. with The Campus Edition as we think it should. At pres3 00 The Physical Plant division ent they contribute little more than part of the material 5,30 p.m. F-Language S. Din. Room of the university will supervise for Campw; Notices, and that sometimes past deadline 7 '00 uc248 the rehabilitation of the river time. As public relatiorrs center for the university, per3'00 area. haps they should be more concerned about the quality SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1962 Program council .uc214 Summer School of the campus newspaper. It goes directly into many 3 ,oo p.m. to 5,oo p.m. homes in the community. Registration We must have a training program for reporters, and noon 'R I d S -.................. TA 'Openings in Spac:e' 0 e an , c: cs 204 8J; gl: 15 ..... TA si>AcE FLIGHT cENTER 1 Sc:ans USF s Honoring Dean Johnshoy UC264 editors before we can print two pages of news again. Right now we are standing alone with no new reporters in sight, and with less than complete co-operation from the only other news agency on campus. 05, 06, 12 CCH 100 Cho•r To s.ng Early registration for summer 02, 16, 23. 24 H 111 WANTS USF STUl.IENTS-The school will begin May 14. At 24 o.m. 10' 13' 14' 17'21' 26 uc George Marshall Space Flight this time students who have PE 101 All .................. TA center at Huntsville, Ala. , In 2 ConcertS filled "intent to attend summer ::::::::::::::: wants students interested in h 1" Uc The Unl .vArs 1ty of South Florsc oo cards should pick up PE 116 All ................... 248 j oining Work-Study teams in c tl t t' t 1 f PE 130 All AD •on I'da's 50-voice choir, under the leir regis ra IOn rna s rom PE 138 All ::::::::::::::::::::AD 2oo9 accounting, statistics (math.), th rr f th l'E ISO All .................... AD 1051 physics and electrical mechani-direction of Prof. R. Wayne e 0 Ice 0 e registrar. :::::::::::::::::::: zm cal, and civil engineering. For Hugo boom , will present' its anThese _students should see PE 168 All ...... -........... CH 100 additional information see Mrs. nual Spring Concerts at 1 p.m. their advisors May 14, 15, or m ::: ::::::::::::::::: :m Bringger, Work-Study Office , and 8:30 p.m . on Wednesday, 16, and complete registration n ADlo70 t 172 173 May 9 in the TA. Ma;y 17 I,n thesouth end of the l'c P202 01. .................... AD 2001 ' ex or The concert will f e a t u e registrars office. Payment of AR 102 01................... uc 47 S d C • choral works ranging from the fees must be made at this time. nz 201 All ...... -............ cH m tu ent onventton ED J09 02 .................... CH 204 Renaissance to the Contempo-The registrar's office will be w2 J2 ::::::: ::: :::::.:. Fran k Meiners, skipper MRS. AYALA A VEEP The Tampa Times rary. open for registration from 8 ss 344 OL. .................... uc 205 Smith, Fred Jenkins, and Mike Last week the Campus Edition until 2:30, and from 6 : 30 until 02 ..................... uc 204 Shea, accompanied by Dr. Rob-errored and left out the name BANK OPENINGS-Several 8:30 p.m . May 17. Evening stuca 109 All ............ ........ TA ert Decker, represented USF at of Mrs. Faye Ayala as one of Editor_ .. . .. .. ...... Preodor openings an bank Worl!:-Study dents, who are not on campus I might add that students who volunteer to "help" are no help at all unless they are dependable and have some reporting ability. ' -W. P . Peace Corps, Talks Bring Staff Travel 90_ .. . .. .. .. .. en 101 the Southern Universities Stu-the newly elected officers of ..... teams, several openings in Tam-during the day , may pick up ED 402 oo . , .. . .. cH 205 dent Government Association 's the USF Women's Club . Mrs. Reporting-coypdesk starr, Bin Blapa area. one in Fort Lauderdale the!r materials and the Engagements away from the university claimed the Tuunso1Jo 7. 1002 annual convention recently at Ayala was elected second vice Jock, sarah caJd-:en. John Gullet, Allee area. See work-study office enttrc process the evenmg of spotlight in faculty news last week The Peace Corps CB 108 OJ 09 ll 90 TA Clemson. president. Anttila, and Montes. AD107.0. May 17. . . ' :::.c:.::::.....::::::::::.. :..:::... ::::_..:....:.:..: .. .:..: .. :...: _________ :..::..:.::.:::.=::..::. ________ !..__________ __: __ _:__ __________ :.._ _________ talks, and meetmgs a.s well as a conference to be held Campus Notices-Secretarial Scholarship Sum mer Deadline Items for Campus Notices and Official Notices should be sent to Office of Campus Publications, A D 1 0 7 0, not later than 12 noon , Wednes day before date of publica tion. Copy should be type written, double spaced. The NEWS BUREAU will no longer guarantee that it will make Campus Notices avail able to THE CAMPUS EDITION. We suggest when send ing copies of notices to the SUNSCREEN that you send a copy to THE CAMPUS EDI TION at the same time if you want C A l'ol P U S EDITION coverage. should fill out forms this week. WORK-STUDY STUDENTS All Work-Study students in cluding those now on a work period and those now on a study period as well as those starting on their first work period this coming June MUST REGISTER May 17. Registra tion facilfties will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 6:30 p .m. to 8:30 p.m. At this time the Registrar's office will be open, the Work-Study office will be open, and advisers will be available for counseling. During this registration day , all Work-Study students MUST SECRETARIAL SCHOLARcheck in at the Work-Study of SHIP-The Tampa Chapter of fice. the National Secretaries AssoOPENING IN ELECTRON ciation is providing a scholarICS -Students interested in ship for women students interelectronics or electrical E:ngi ested in a career as a secretary. neering, with some experience Application forms are available (civilian or military) in elec ln the Office of the Dean of tronics, may qualify for Work Student Affairs. Applicants Study opening with :rampa elec-tronics firm. See Mrs. Bringer, AD1070, ext. 172 or 173. ADVERTISING F I L M-The Tamp a A,dvertising Club is mak in g available a film on ad vertising , "This Is Advertising -What Is .It Doing in Your Life, " as a public service proj ect. The film is available for classroom showing May 9-11. Reserve by phoning Campus Publications, ext. 172. For showings at other dates phone Bill Falin, J.C. Pen{ly Store, Northgate, 935-1176. \ WITHDRAWELS: J\Je Can nella , Paul DeMeza, Robert Felder, Emilio Garcia. Lucille Hanscom, John Hause, Mrs. Carol Whitehurst. LOANS; Inter-library loans are. to be made only for faculty and graduate students. In order to comply with these restric tions imposed by the Inter-Li brary Loan Code, the USF Li brary requests that no students be referred there for interli brary loans. PERSONNEL DIRECTORY SUMMER SCHOOL DEAD-,partment of Education Division CHANGES: Mrs. Doris Kazar, LINES: Application for new or of Teacher Education , CertifiUC 414, ext. 267, Secretary II, for re-entry must be in cation, and Accreditati'On that Health Center, 1214 N. Pine by June 4. Deadline for f1hng the National Teacher Examina Lake Drive , 935-2917; and Mrs. an "Intent to Attend Summer tions will be administered July Suzanne Worthington, AD2026, School " is June 1. 14 , at selected centers through ext. I24, Secretary I , Auxiliary USF CREDIT UNION: New out the state. An announcement services, 55IH2 Nebraska Ave., policies for union are-interest will be made giving the location 232-9582. rates on all secured loans 'Of of examination centers on or SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION $1,000 or more will be 3.4 of 1 about May 15. Application forms OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS pe7 cent per month on the unfo_r th e 14 examination i s sending a team to visit USF patd balance, hm1t now wtll be avatlable from the l'Ocal May 7-9 for talks with various $3500 for a perwd of up to exammatwn supervisors members of staff and brief stops three years, and staff members and the name of examma in some classes. Team members may fmance 75 per cent of bon supervisor will be an-are-M. c. Huntley, dean of automobile , or used, Completed faculties, Auburn University; through the Unmn. twns and the exammabon fee George Manners, dean of busiSCIENCE must be presented to the ex ness administration, Georgia NAR; The first natural science ammatwn supervisor . at the State College; and John Beery , diVISIOnal semmar Will be held center where the test IS to he dean 'Of education University of Thursday May 10 at 2 p.m. m taken . s/Myrna Raney , C'Ollege Miami. ' AD1021. Dr. Wayman Strother, of Education. . . research professor m math at . FRENCH CLUB. New club 15 U. of F., wi11 speak on "Some SCHOLARSHIPS-Five u,ooo annual open to all interested students Current Problems in Restract and staff and will meet o n the Theory." UC' . ay a NATIONAL TEACHER EX day, May 8 in, Ch. 101. .m .. Advisor is Dr. R. A . Cherry, A NATIONS: Word has been AD1024, ext. 177. eived from the State De uc 264 because no quorum April a. • A here attest to the variety of professorial activity. Dr. John S. Allen, president, attended a meeting of the board of directors of the Edu->----------=---cational Testing Service in Princeton, N .J., May 1 and 2. Dr. G. C. Eicholz, director of educational r<"sources, attended the Institute for Education Through Radio and Television in Columbus, Ohio, May 2-5. Gene E. 1\lcClung , associate professor of accounting, enter tained the members of the Sen ior Accounting Club of the uni versity and accounting profes sors at his home April 7. Dr. A. Hood Roberts, instruc tor of English, spoke at the 15tb University of Kentucky Foreign Language Conference at Lex ington, April 28. Dr. T. C. Helvey , associate professor of biology , spoke at the International Congress on Human Factors at Long Beach, Calif ., May 3 and 4. Dr. Charles Arnade, associate professor of liberal arts, has left for Oklahoma where he will be in charge of training a Peace Corps unit destined to work in Bolivia . Dr. Donald Harkness, presi dent of the local chapter of the AAUP, attended the AAUP nationa! convention in Chicago recently. President John S. Allen and Dale Purcell, director of devel opment, will speak to the an nual meeting of the USF Foun dation at 7 p.m., May 15 in the UC. Invitations have gone to 750 active members. John G o r e e, manager of service activities, said the judg ing for the Student Personal Library Contest will be held at 11 a.m. May 8 in the UC Gal lery Lounge. Dr. Sidney J . French, USF dean of academic affairs, will give the keynote address be fore the first Conference on Foreign Languages, to be held here May 10-11.

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2 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, May '7, 1962 ON AG•s RELATIONS WITH ESTES Freeman Slated for Grilling WASHINGTON, May 7!UPDpay a marketing fee for plant-trator of the Agriculture Stabi Agriculture Secretary Orville L . ing more cotton than his allotJization and Conservation Serv Freeman faced questioning by ment permitted. ice and political associate of newsmen today on his depart-Estes p a r 1 a y e d price-supSen. Robert S. Kerr., D-Okla. ment's relations with Billie Sol ported cotton crops, revenues -An FBI investigation of Estes, Texas farm tycoon who from. gra-in storage operations f o r mer Secretary was indicted on fraud charges. and fertilizer deals into a multi-James I. Ralph. Freeman scheduled a news million dollar business from his -Rep. Ed Edmondson, D-conference at 10:30 a .m. EDT Pecos, Aex., base. Okla., discharging Mrs. Alice his first since Estes was He served Freeman as a conMorris, wife of William E. dieted last month. The news sultant on The National Cotton Morris, as his secretary for failsession carne amid new RepubCommittee u_ntil he to explain her connections lican demands for a broad in-was mdtcted. . w1th Estes-chtefly her employquiry into the Estes case. Disclosures in the Estes case ment as a columnist on an Rep. Paul Findley, R-Ill., said by Texas Atty. Gen. Will Wilson Estes he had written Freeman urging at Texas Courts of Inquiry have Freeman's a1des have refused him to testify before the House resulted so far in: to divulge much information Agricqlture Committee to -Firing of William E. Morris about the department's deal clarify agriculture department a veteran Agriculture ings wit h. Estes, claiming It ()fficials' dealings with Este;; rnent employe. would be tmproper to do so and "restore public confidimce" -Resignation of Emery E. because the FBI is investigat-in the department. Jacobs former deputy adminis-ing. This defense has brought Last Thursday Freeman satd ' on two congressional investiga-government had MRS. ELIZABETH tions and demands for at least found no evidence that his deHANEWACKER two more. partment had given Estes "one Mrs. Elizabeth T. Hanewack-The Senate Investigations bit of special favoritism or Subcommittee, headed by Sen. special privilege." In fact he er, 108 N. F rem 0 n t Ave., John McClellan, D-Ark., and a said, Estes had been forced to widow of Edwin M. Hanewack-House Government Operations er I died yester-Subcommittee, headed by Rep. d.ay in a local L. H. Dountain, D-N.C., expect h.ospital. A na-to hold public hearings on the ADVERTISEMENT ----DEAFNESS 11PAYS OFF .. tive of Magnesia ;Estes matter in about a month. Springs, she had Republicans have demanded resided in Tampa that both the Senate and House for the past 45 Agriculture Committees also years. She was a conduct inquiries. They noted member of the th t E t h t 'b TAMPA, May 5 (Special)_ Sacred Heart a s es was a eavy conn -Hearing problems and the Cathol!c Church. utor to the Democratic Party. Estes is free on bond and his necessity of paying premium Survivors include v.ast financial empire is in re-prices for conventional hearing a daughter, Mrs. ceivership. His creditors are devices may llOW be a thing of George E. La-arguing among themselves how the past. Fountain T a m-Mrs. Hanewacker to divide up what is left of his Unfortunately, however, only pa; two La Norah' assets-if anything-after the '70% of those who are afflicted Peter, Ind1anapohs, fnd., and government's in teres t s are are adapted to this amazing Miss Winifred Tucker, Ocala; taken care of. A.V.C. Aid. A technical test two granqchildren, G e o r g e ----------must be made under exacting (Son ny ) LaFountain and conditions to determine the R en e e (Bunny) LaFountam, person's sensitivity and adapt_b_o_th_o_f_T..,.a_m.,.:.p,..a=-. -----.-.---ability. ADVERTISEMENT '7 Out of 10 To Benefit As a public service, this test 1s being made available without cost or obligation through the cooperation of the National Hearing Aid Center located in Suite 205 at 308 Tampa Street. If an appointment is desired, write, or phone 229-6885. Sleep Like Log Stop Stomach Gas 3 Times Faster Certified laboratory tests prove BELLANS lab lets 3 times as much stomach acidity in one minute as many leading digostive tablets. Get BELL-ANS today for the fastest kncwn rei iof. 35 at druggisls: Send postal to BEll ANS, Orangobura, N.Y. for liberal fm sample. MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY HAIR-CARE ENSEMBLE, FEATURING W&JApen, ELECTRIC HAIR DRYE J. W. Hall, Businessman Here, Dies James W. (Sam) Hall, 49, president of the Hall Maytag Co. at 4610 Florida Ave. for 12 years, died Saturday at Mound Park Hospital in St. Petersburg. He was 49. A long-time resident of Tampa, Mr. Hall recently moved to 906 35th St. N. in St. Petersburg. . He was a member of the Sun shine Kiwanis Club of St. Pe tersburg, Masonic Lodge 185 of Tampa, the Egypt T e m p 1 e Shrine of Tampa. He was also a member of the Emanuel Baptist Church of St. Petersburg. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Gladys Hall of St. Petersburg; two sons, Ray Wendell Johnson and Gary w. Johnson, both of Tampa; six brothers, R. H. Hall and W. L. Hall of St. Petersburg and Martin Hall, J. T. Hall, Rayburn Hall and Edward Hall, .all of Abbeville, Ala.; four sisters, Mrs. Inez Scott, Mrs. Helen Tye, Mrs. Rebecca Kelley, all of Abbeville, and Mrs. Kate Olef of Dothan, Ala.; one nephew, Marvin Hall, St. Petersburg, and several other nieces and nephews in Alabama, and five dren in Tampa. Services will be held at the Florida Avenue Baptist Church in Tampa Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Beautiful Words PITTSBURGH (JP)Dr. Mario Pei, a linguist with "a knowledge of 100 languages," . . . was asked on a recent visit to Get professional dr{'mg .• : m your Pittsburgh to name the most New J?ormt?yer Ele<:tr1c H.pr beautiful words in certain lanDryeT 1s whisper qu1et, dnes bau quickly. Has guages complete only $2488 flexible, vinyl hose, and temperature He these: selector d1al that lets you choose ... c_ool, warm, English-murmuring. hot. And .now you a han care en-Latin-susurrus, which means semble w1th your Pmk ... whispering or rustling sounds. dryck ... and care for your ha1r with tbts French-lac, meaning lake, pa age of four Charles Antell hwr beauty and fleur meaning flower products ' German-Lorelei, the name PortA•P•k Stll-cont•lntd • . . tlood, hou, cotd atoru n11H1 In unit of a Rhine maiden. Serbo-Croatian-rajan, mean ing king. Japanese -yuki, meaning snow. Italian -s t e r n o, meaning eternal. Spanish iglesia, meaning church. Out of Goldfish Bowl NASHVILLE (JP)-It thrives in some people's goldfish bowls, and the Tennessee Valley Authority is out to get rid of it. DOWNTOWN812 FRANKLIN ST. It is a pesky fern-like growth called water milfoil which has moved into TVA's vast network of dams and reservoirs. TV A officials say the plant is used in goldfish bowls, later poured down the drain and eventually winds up clogging the intake screens at hydroelectric plants. The small weed is even blamed ior increasing the mosquito AIRPLANE CRASHES Rescue workers mill around the light aircraft that crashed in Tarpon Springs, kiUing the two Dead were Elbert W. Palmer Jr., of Largo, and Charles D. Kirkland of Gainesville. Eyewitnesses said that the plane was on fire just be for.e it crashed on the banks of the Anclote Jl,iver. -Deaths in T arripa, Elsewhere MRS. MARY Mrs. Mary Laiken Stahlbush, 46, of 2918 Massachusetts Ave., died Sunday. afternoon in a Tampa hospital. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., she had been a resident of Tampa for the past 11 years. She is survivecl tly her husband, Fred L. Stahlbush, Tampa; one daughter, Miss Frances R. Stahlbusfi, Tampa and one brother, Henry.Laiken, Brooklyn, N.Y. MRS. ANNIE COULTER Mrs. Annie L. Coulter, 74, of 2705 Royal Court, a native of Valdese, N.C.; and a resident of Tampa for the last 41 years, died Sunday afternoon in a local hospital. Survivors include a son, Ellis Coulter, Tampa; a Funeral Notices COULTER, MRS ANNIE L. Funeral services for Mrs. Annie L. Coulter, 74, of 2705 Royal Court, who passed interment wiU take place. Her re mains wlll lie in stale at the Lord & Fernandez Chapel, 1902 Mitchell St., Monday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. for friends who may wish to pay their Estelle Powell ao:f one brother, Mar shall Powell, both of Drexel, N.C., and two arandsons. COOPER, FRANK H. Funk H. Cooper, 79, passed awa,y at Bay Pines Hospital Saturday night. He was a native of Warrensbur, Mo. ritf;:s 1ih".! United States Army Alr Force after serving more than 30 years. He resided locally at 1407 Ea•t Cl\rtls ot .. Tampa, and Is survived by his wlfe Alma Cooper, a stepson James Causey and a stepdaughter Martha Causey both of Tampa. Services will terment following fu the Veterans Cemetery. The family requests that flowers be omit tea. Wilhelm Thurston Funeral Home, H5 8th St. North, St. Petersburg in charge of the arrange ments. FULTON, MRS. ALICE PROCTOR (PROCl-Funeral services for Mn. Allee (Procl Fulton, 1732 Watrous Ave., wlll be held at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at Curry's Funeral Home. 605 S . MacDill Ave. The Rev-ale. The remains will be sent to Savannah, Ga .• for final services and interment. HALL, J. W . (SAM)Funeral services for Mr. J. W. CSaml Hall, 49, of 906 Street North, St. Petersbura, with the Reverend Thomas Knotts. pastor of the Emanuel Baptist Church In St. Pelersburg ofllciating. Inter rnent will follow in tbe Garden 'of Memories Cemelery, with graveside services conducted by Masonic Lod" sister, .Mrs. Estelle Powell, of Drexel, N.C.; a brother. Mar shall Powell, of Drexe1, N.C.; two grandsons! Albin and Ellis Coulter' Jr. Council 8 Royal and Select Masters, Tampa Ivanhoe Commandery 8, Knights Templar and First Evangelical United Brethren Church. He is survived by his widow, CLEN C. OLIVE Edith; one son, John R. Webb; Clen C. Olive, 86, of Valrico, two daughters, Mrs. Marguerite died at his horne Sunday morn-Weesner and Mrs. Edith Morris, ing. A native of North Carolina, all of Tampa; two brothers, he had lived in Hillsborough Herbert Webb of Ocala and County since 1937. 'He was a John Webb of Mobile, Ala.; one member of the Bloomingdale sister, Mrs. Hilda Sla.yton of Baptist Church. Survivors in-Tampa, and 10 grandch1ldren. elude his' widow, Mrs. Maggie Olive; one son, Calvin C. Olive MRS. MARY V. BORELLI of Eureka, Calif.; four Mrs. Mary V. Borelli, 68, of ters, Mrs. Benny Kelly of Chip-Mullis City, died Sunday afterley, Mrs. Velma Williams of no.on in a Tampa hospital. A Arcadia, Mrs. Mary Ellen native . of B rooklyn, N.Y., she of Bloomingdale and Mrs. Atha had lived in Tampa for 26 years. Price of Brandon; one foster Survivors include two sons, Jo-son, Amos H. Wyatt Jr. of seph T. Borelli, Tampa, and ami; one brother, Orus Olive Michael T. Borelli, Huntsville, Tampa;, nine grandchildren ;md Ala.; two Mrs. Earl three great-grandchildren. W. Rogers, Redington Beach, and Mrs. George Farley, Tampa; 11 grandchildren; two brothAARON A. JONES Aaron A. Jones, 61, of 285 ers, John Gaffney, Batavia, N.Y., 50,th Ave. N.W., Miami, died and Thomas Gaffney, Brooklyn; Friday in Miami. Mr. Jones was three sisters, Mrs. Edward a native of Atlanta, Ga. Parks, Brooklyn, Mrs. Fred Anors include his widow, Mrs. Bee derson, Brooklyn, and Mrs. Jones, Miami; mother, Mrs. C. Hugh Farrell, Rosedale, L.I. R. Jones, Atlanta; a sister, Mrs. Mrs. Borelli was a member of Mary Thompson, Atlanta; the Most Holy Redeemer Cathobrothers, C. R. Jones, East Point, lie Church. Ga.; Steve Jones, Los Angeles; Sgt. Oscar Jones, USAF; Sea-MARTIN . 0. NELSON born Jones, Atlanta. Mr. Jones Martin 0. Nelson, 78, of Lake was the son-in-law of Mr. and Magdalene, died Sunday afterMrs. J. W. Lynn, Tampa. noon at the home of his nephew, Melvin 0. Nelson. A native of OTTO H. PIETZ be had lived in Tamps Otto H. Pietz, 80, of 7301 for the past nine years. Surviv Winchester Dr., a native of ing beside his nephew are two Wanatah, Ind., and resident of grandnieces, Mrs . Marilyn MorTampa for the past four gan of Gainesville and Miss months, died Saturday afttrKaren Nelson of Tampa and noon at a Tampa hospital. He one grandnephew Melvin 0. is survived by a son, Neil Pietz, Nelson Jr., of Tampa. with whom he made his horne; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Christoph, Hamlet, Ind., Mrs. Amanda Bortz, Peck, Kas. , and Mrs. Sophia Waknitz, Alden, Kas., and a grandson, Gregory Pietz, Tampa. TOMAS CABRiiRA MRS. ALICE FULTON Mrs. Alice Proctor (Proc) Fulton, 1732 Watrous Ave., dled yesterday in a Tampa hospital. A former resident of Savannah, Ga., she had lived in Tampa for the past 18 years and was a member of the Bayshore Bap-Tomas Cabrera, 55, of 1011 tist Church. Survivors include 15th Ave. died Sunday in a a sister Miss Mamie D. Proctor Tampa hospital. A native of of Tampa. Oriente, Cuba, he had resided in Tampa for more than 36 years and was a member of the Bakers Local Union 361. Now Many Wear RICHARD 0. HOBBS FALSE TEETH •• c Mlll w L Richard 0. Hobbs, 51, of 545 Riviera Drive, Tampa, died Sun day afternoon at his A Smith. J. L. Younr.ove, Blackshear native of Tampa, he had lived here all of his life and was .a B!rger Todsen, Gilbert Mullens, and veteran of World War II. He is With More Comfort by his widow, rangementg. Ohve Hobbs; one daughter, M1ss HANEWACKER, MRS. ELIZABETH T. Barbara Hobbs; Six -Mrs. Elizabeth T. Hanewacker of George W., Robert 0., John E., Harry M., all. of Tampa; William Requiem Mass for the repose of her W. of Knoxv1lle, Tenn., and Cal vin T. of Jacksonville; two sisCatholic Church with the Rev. Fr . ters, Mrs. Florence Regar, Tampa, and Mrs. Mildred Black evening at eight o'clock from the of Clearwater. EUGENE L. 'WEBB Eugene L. Webb, 71, of Stratford Ave., died Saturday in a hospital. A native wishing to contribute may do so to Gamesv1lle, he had been a reS1the Sacred Heart Building dent of Tampa for the past 45 Fund. years. He was a veteran FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline Qnon-acid) powder, holds false teeth more nrmly.To eat and talk In more comfort, Just sprinkle a little FAS TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feellng. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). FASTEETH at any drug counter Dennquents AssiCJned CINCINNATI (JP)-Juvenile Court Judge Benjamin Schwartz bas organized an experimental religious training program for young offenders. Each weekend groups of 15 to 20 boys are sent to nearby church camps where they spend Saturday in a work and recreation pro g r a m and Sunday morning in church services. When the youths return Sun day afternoon they and their parents are counsele slstan t supervisor with the Seapopulation. FREE RIDE TO THE POLLS BY THE BARCO BOOSTERS CALL THE NUMBER IN YOUR AREA 235-5483 932-8955 226-7262 935-3195 988-2332 876-8838 246-4653 752-6133 LET'S KEEP EXPERIENCE IN CRIMINAL COURT VOTE FOR JUDGE BARCO LISTER. MISS MAMIE E.Funeul board. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans who r,assed aw.ay Saturday afternoon Chapter 4, a charter member of American Legion Post No. 5, Wilson Sammon Company Funeral past chairm'ln and life member of the !lorida Peace. Officers Church, to officiate. Jnlerment in Associatlon, John Darlmg Lodge Garden of Memories Cemetery. F&A.'I\1: No. 154, Tampa Chapter MILLER, RUSSELL MERRIT-Funeral services for Mr. Russell M . Miller, 49, oC 2913 W est Walers Avenue, who passed away suddenly Friday morn ing as a result of an automobile ac cident will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of the C. E. Prevatt F'uneral Home, 3419 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Jack H . Fox, pastor of the Fore Square Gospel Church officiat ing. Pallbearers will be, Mr. 'Preston Nichola, Mr. W. B . Wright, Mr. John Land, Mr. A. D . Lariscy, Mr. Charles Murphy and Mr. Joseph Baamonda. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. PIETZ, OTTO H.Funeral services for Otto H . Pietz, 80, of 7301 Winchester Drive, Tampa, will be held Wedncs day afternoon at 2 o 'clock from the chapel of the WeisJahn Funeral Home, Wanatah, Indiana with the Reverend Paul Sleele officiating. In lerment will follow at Hanna, In. diana. Arranaements by J. L. Reed I< Son. YRE TAMPA TIMES P11lllb!Jed e Y e n1 a r • Monda7 thruarh Salurday b7 The Tribune C..mpan7 rrom The Tribune Build Ina. Lafa7et!e and Streets. Tampa • .Flori•• Entered as ncond c:laaa matter &he PosL Oftlce at Tampa, Florida, IIJide r llle Acl or March 3, 1879. Subscription ltaha: .By earrler 80c per week; by carrier or mall lh reo IDODIII1 n.oo, moalbo $7.80; one year $15.80 . Subscription payable Ia adunce. Membflr of Assoclatecl Preu. Member .t Audll Bureau of ar-llllaUoll, .... 3 Royal Arch Mason, Tampa Dilly of a Guard HEREFORD, England (JP) Parading outside a • little whitewashed cottage in the nearby hamlet of Lower Eggleton is Dilly-probably the most unusual "house guard" in Britain. Dilly, now in her 18th year and blind from birth, is a Khaki Campbell duck. For 17 years, she has maintained a guard over the house of her owners, Miss Winifred Evans, a seamstress, and Miss Elizabeth Burnett, a retired schoolteacher. Blindness is no handicap to Dilly . When strangers appear at the cottage gate, she promptly issues a challenge with a series of high-pitched quacks and a violent flaru>ing of wings. If the visitor does not haft, she attacks. For familiar friends such as the postman, newsboy and milk woman, Dilly's quack is less strident. She recognizes them by their footsteps and voices. "There never has been any question of Dilly ending her days in the oven, " says Miss Burnett, "she's a perfect guard despite her blindness." COMPLETE BODY FENDER R EPAIRS our Body Shop is equipped to do all types of Body Repair • Repairing or replacing rusted-out panels, straightening dented fenders or body • Repairing a completely wrec:ked car ALL WORK ' FULLY GUARANTEED NOTICE! FREE


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