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University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 95 THE TAMPA TIMES TAMP A, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1962 Cook Out Continued sunny and hot today and Tuesday, Isolated thundershowers during the afternoon. High today 94.• Low tonight 72, PRICE FIVE CENTS TOMORROW NIGHT Spring Concert Features Solo i s ts New Registration Plan The combined University of South Florida Chorus and Choir will present their spring concert on Tues day, May 29. The concert, to be presented at 8:30 p . m . in the Teaching Auditorium-Theater, will be composed of two works: Pachelbel's "Magnificat" and Thompson's "Ode To The Virginian Voyage." The Magnificat is from Is Set For Trimester the Baroque Era. Randall Thompson's "Ode To The Virginian Voyage" is taken from the poem written by Michael Drayton in farewell to .the settlers leaving for the New World. Although Thomp son is a contemporary com poser, the work shows an in teresting integration of older musical forms-gregorian chant and the madrigal-into con-will play the harpsichord with the orchestra in the Magnificat. The University Orchestra is under the direction of Profes sor Edward Preodor. Sch-edule Forms Little Man on Campus Free tickets are available at University Center information desk prior to the concert, and at the box office the evening of the concert. The public is invited to attend. be presented UhriCJ on Propulsion under the d i r e c t ion of R . Dr. Robert Uhrig, professor Wayne Hugoboom, will be ac-and head of_ the department of companied by the full Univernuclear engineering at the Uni sity Orchestra. Vocal soloists to versity of Florida will speak at be presented are: Priscilla Saa Natural Sciences Division lemi, soprano; Anne Wright, seminar in CH100, 3 p.m. Fri alto; Jim Leininger, tenor; and day, June 1. His topic is "Nu Robert Burt, bass. Robert clear Propulsion of Space Ve Gower, the choir accompanist, hicles." Final Exam Schedule ATTENTION: Al-L STUDENTS Following is the Final Examination Schedule for the Spring Semester 1962. Please read and note tile 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.) Out This Week By LOUISE STEWART . Completed class schedule work forms and the masf\ ter schedule of complete registration instructions for the fall trimester of 1962 are available beginning this week at the UC information desk , the Administration Building Information Center, and in the registrar's office . Registration for the fall trimester will take place July 18 and 25, Aug. 1 , and Sept. 4 and 5 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 12 noon in the UC to function well in the sum-ballroom. Here the student will mer session registration is the receive his packet and pay his giving out of class schedule fees. While evening students cards by the colleges sponsor-Photo By Nelson Medina. may also register at other times, ing the various courses. This CHRIS (BEANS) GARRETT AT USF PICNIC the night of Sept. 5 has been set cuts out much of the middle More than 300 USF staff members attended an aside for their registration be-man communication back and tween the hours of 6 :30 p.m. and forth and allows for immediAll-USF staff picnic at Rowlette Park recently. Duane 8 :3 0 p.m. in the ballroom, ate adding of sections in case Lake and his faculty swingband pumped out the NEW STUDENTS of overflow. rhythm while the wives uncovered the covered dishes. During the mornings of July Students re-registering are Here amongst food-a-plenty is Chris (Beans) Garrett, 18, 25, and also on Sept. 6 , reminded to get .their .advising son of Dr. William Garrett and Mrs. Garrett, who advising will be going on for ahea? of tlme the new students who will register advisors Will be busy wtth the lllONDAY, JUNE 4. 100z PE 168 All .................... CH 100 held down the center of one of the overloaded tables. on the afternoons of these dates new students on registration . Room p.m. between the hours of 1 p.m. days. A further note that CB 110 09, 15, 22, 9 1 ......... cH 1oo AC 202 01 ..................... AD 2001 and 4 p.m. the must pay hts fees 06, 14, 18 " ....... " CH ill AR 102 01. .................... uc 47 EDITORIAL-Foundati• on A special time will be set up at the time of M; fo'. 1{:i,2gt'"'""" TA BZ 201 All ..................... CH ll1 and announced later for Work350 REGISTER EARLY gg. .................. AD 2007 Offi.CIal T s .to register. t' The registra07 .................... AD 1051 HI 232 02 ..................... AD 2073 O ponSOr ose on wor assrgnments out-1on seeme o unc ton more 08, 17 .... .......... AD 2072 344 side the Bay area will smoothly than that of last sum02, 90 ................ AD 2011 SS 01 ..................... UC 205 b 't d t d t D S 00 .................... AD 1021 ss 344 02 ..................... uc 204 Welcome c e perm! te 0 regtster by I mer ace or mg 0 r . pam m 10:50 a.m. so 363 0 1 ..................... uc 221 offee Hour mail. response to questioning. More AC 302 01 .. .. .. .. ........ AD 2002 " " O NEW SYSTEM students have signed up for ED 305 OZ ..................... UC 215 v-• '" p .m. EN 221 02 ..................... uLcS 226130 CB 109 AU ..................... TA The Charley John's investi-D early registration, about 350 as FI 301 01 s 9so p m The women of th u 't r. Frank Spain, registrar, d d ll HI 122 02 ..................... AD 2073 in' 319 9o CH 101 gating committee is on campus. f e mvers1 Y announced th t th . t t' compare to a pro]ecte enro HI 122 04::::::::::::::::::::: AD 1051 ED 402 90::::::::::::::::::::: cH 205 We understand they arrived o Florida Foundation are t b a f e reg 1 s ra 10.n ment expectation of about 800 MA 141 01. ................... AD THURSDAY. JUNE 7, 1962 last Wednesday. We would like sponsonng an honors coffee tot? e allowed at th1s returning students. This fig-MK 301 01 .................... CH 1 8-9:50 a.m. morrow f 11 t'l 1 time IS d1fferent from any used OA 143 01. .................... 32 CB 108 01, 11. 99 .......... TA to welcome them officially rom a.m. un 1 . ure indicates that one-third to oPAC 321} g}::;:::::::::::::::::: AD 2072 . oo. 10, u ............. CH m (Only a formality), They have p.m. in the acquisitions thus at USF .. "This system," one-fourth of the present enCH 203 10-u . .;o a.m. 1 b th b t f . d f room of the Ltbrary. The pur-he sa1d, referrmg to the new rollment in the area of 2 700 PH 321 01.. ................... CH 332 01.. ................. CH 208 ong een e es nen s o f th ff . . t . form "came as a result of the • PS 101 01 .................... AD 2011 EC 201 01. .................. :.AD 1089 every state college, and it goes pose o e a arr 1s o ra.rse .' . people will return for so 221 01 ..................... CH EC 201 02 ..................... AD 2002 w 1'thout sa m that th r money f. or the Foundatwn studtes of classes. Says Spatn optlmts. SP 303 01 .......... ..... .... CH 1 EC 202 04 ..................... AD 1090 Y g ey a e scholarship fund through dona-ards Committee m conJunction ti 11 f th f t "Th. l'!-I:r,o p.m. TA EN 201 01 ..................... uc 203 welcome. ti 'th th Stud t A . t' ca y o e ac , lS may CB lOZ .. ........ EN 339 01 .................... uc 221 W ld l'k t thank th ons. Wl e en ssoc!a wn well predict success for the fu12, 90 ............ CH 3L::::::::::::::;:::: v 1 e 01 h . e Students presently studying on 1 lure of the summer trimester." 31 32 CH iM PC ot .................... LS 179 . ' e w o mUr:tder foundation scholar<;hips t:r er e a ora e at PRAISES TOP WOMEN Mrs. Allen Gives Honors Lun cheon By WING PREODOR M: 1k lG, 22, 28-, .... t:!-1 .. ;o p.m. v1ted thef!!. We d1dn t they will serve as hostesses. The pub-the from the.se D •1 S h d I .. .. xg m gL::::::::::::::::::: ):g were so mterested in. our wei-uc is invited and stud.ents are two groups formed the basis of a1 y c e u e 09 19 AD 2011 EN 317 01 ..................... uc 213 fare. What we admrre most urged to attend and brmg their the new system. M J h S All 1 h f th 3? 13: 23 ::::::::::::::::AD 2072 Mr m gt1 ..................... UCHC 225071 about these people is their parents New books and photo-The advising program will be MONDAY, MAY 211, 1962 rs. 0 n . en gave a unc eon or e 14 AD 103o .. .. ................. bul c t h 1 t r d' d f h to:oo a.m.-Fine Arts councu ADioss women honor students at the University of South Flor-17 ::::::::::::::::::::AD 2001 HI 112 05 ..................... AD 2073 voca ary. ommurus' omo-graphs recently acquired by the comp e e Y 1vorce t e Jewish student Union UC157 18 .................... AD 2002 0f1. .................... 204 sexual, pornography; Commun-library will be on display. process of actual registration Business Ld. or,. uc108 ida last Wednesday in the President's Dining Room. :::::::::::::::::::: PH 211 01. 'o?:::::::::::::::::::cH 1st, pornography. The annual meeting oi the a.nd will take place at a prior iJggg At this time Mrs. Allen spoke to the group about 27 .................... AD 1051 wl 06i 02 .................. CH lll l.s rhytru;n, beat, and emo-foundation was held recently time. .stud.ents now .attending BHaoprstiestFastnuCdleernst.s Club UUCC220053 their respo nsibility as campus leaders and suggested SH 215 Ol .................... uc 222 ED 307 01 02 ................. uucc 2224 2 8 tJonal Impact m that chant. It campus Reports of progr on the umvers1ty who wtsh to at2 • p m ' ................. • ess Wesley Foundation UC223 that now, as they move into cii'n8. A .ll .................... TA Will serve a.s the perfect back-during the past year were te_nd fall. should. the upper division, they con..................... AD 2074 ED 205 248 ground m':lsic for any play they heard, and plans for tbe future wrth thell' adv1s?rs Wlthm the u.c. Mussic comm. uc216 sider the formation of a group members of this group might be ::-:1:50 p .m. p.m . to direct on campus dur-were discussed. About 100 next two weeks m an effort to Pub . Rei. Comm, uc219 of honor students on campus interested in joining. CB 114 All .................... IOO lOl 2:ts& mg next few weeks, We do members attended. settle upon the n e CeSS a r y Canterbury Club UC22I C4B,.fol6P mAll. ................... MA 139 01, 02 ............... CH 100 hope Jt won't be "The Crucible." courses. The student need not Aquatic Club UC2.22 that would have leadership, ROLE OF SERVICE GROUPS • .• TA 6-7;o P m d t th t' 1 . Hospitality Comm. UC226 ?nd. serve the uni-Following Mrs Allen's comF2 All .................... cB' 20I . Ail.. ................... CH too That was a clear case of New Women•s Club estgna e e 1C':I ar section t2:oo p.m.-co. of Ret Adv. UC167 versity and lts Ideals. . .................... AD 2001 8:50 p.m. righteous townspeople vs. the of a at this time for the 3=00 p.m.-Lesso n s Comm. ments Dr Margaret Fisher di CB 117 All ................... TA 302 05 .................. , .. AD 1090 witches, and by the end of the Officers Installed s but may work Ballroom Dancing UC100 LEADERSHIP GROUP . ' • .................... AD2001 HI play we didn't like the towns-out his time indeShe suggested that the group rector of student personnel AC 202 90 .................... AD 2002 PC 101 oz . ...... .............. CH I03 people very well.-WSP. The University of South Florpendently. This. tnal schedule 7 :00 Sci. Org. be patterned after national tof the gr?uph the ED 463 90 .................... CH PC 101 04 .. .. .. .. ... CH 207 ida Women's Club wound up ac-1 s to be kept unbl the registralScOry o women s onor s serv-MA 201 All .................. CH l FRIDAY, JUN'E 8, t' •t f t' d t t th' TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1002 groups of this type and that it . . MA 202 All: ................... uc 248 8-9:50 ,.,m. B h G t 1v1 Y or the academic year ton a es se lS summer. ff' . 11 'h t f 1ce groups and their role on MA 212 All .................... AD 2087 AR 202 01 .................... UC 47 eec er e S with the installation of new of11:00 a . m. -Weight Training UC157 assume 0 lCla Y c e . pOSl lOD 0 ' }gg 158 m g}::::::::::::::::::::: }fg ficers Monday, May 24. Out-COLLEGES HANDLE CARDS co leadership , yhich it already college campuses. PC 101 90 ..................... cH tOJ ED 303 ot ........... _ .......... cH 102 Degree From going president Mrs. Clarence Another innovation of this Racquet uc204 holds unofficially. In view of forming such a ..................... AD 2002 &L:::::::::::::::::::: Clark installed the officers who registering system which seemed Mrs. Allen said, "Such a group, the women have set a EC 201 90 ..................... AD 1089 EN 203 01 ..................... uc 205 llll•not•S Sch 1 will be in charge of the club Personnel comm. uc216 group as I am dreaming about meeting date for Tuesday, May EC 202 90 ................... ADD 1000907 FI 201 Ol. .................... AD 1051 00 activities for one y b . -cieo-Exec. Council UC226 with its strong commitments to 29, at 11:30 a.m. in the Library GA 362 90 . . . .. .. . .. .. . ..... A 2 GE tot 01 .................... CH lOB ear cgmL 5 p m -Siges UC226 d d d . ht ld L bb TUESJtAY. JVNE s, HI 112 02 ..................... AD 2073 A . A. Beecher, director of the ning September 1. The club etter to Editor 5:3o p:m:-Fia uc205 stan ar s an n g ness cou 0 y. 8:.'!0 ... m. TA 31022 001 ..................... CH 105 Division of F!.ne Arts, will be will remain inactive until that Delphi UC223 serve in an area we now hear -----------CB 105 All .. • .................. n 2074 1 I. .................... AD 2Q02 . May 24, 1962 6:00 p.m.-Ethelontes US157 discussed so often, that of com-Students May Sell MA l42 04 ..................... A MU 102 01 ..................... uc I5B awarded the honorary degree time. D Ed't Club_ munications." It would be able aiFz. .................... AD 2001 m of Doctor of Humane Letters The newly-elected officers inthe stand which Center "to construction a bridge be-Books June 7-8 AC 202 03 ..................... PH 202 01. .................... CH 111 at Illinois Wesleyan University elude: Mrs. Phyllis Marshall th 'd t f th St Enotas uucc22 o03 4 tween students and staff _ a CB 101 All..................... 9 PS 202 01. .......... .......... uc 213 Sunday June 3 'd t M J h H' k • e v1ce pres1 en o e u Tri SIS -EC 311 01 ............... ...... AD 108. PY 01 ..................... uc 215 ' P.rest • r_s. o n 1c s, dent Association, "Skipper" 8 :00 p.m.-Epelta UC157 bridge designed for two-way ED 305 01 ..................... 10.50 a.m. Beecher, a native of Rock f1rst vtce presrdent; Mrs. Faye Smith and his mother Mrs Fides uucc22 o 2 o 3 traffi'c." ED 319 01..................... CB I03 All ..................... TA Fall Ill d h' b h l A 1 d 'd t • Talos HI 112 01 ..................... AD 2073 12-1:50 p.m. s, . , rece1ve IS ac e or ya a, secon VICe prest en; Stockton Smith have taken on 8:30p . m.-Chorus & Orchestra NATIONAL AFFILIATION HI 232 01 .................... c_B. 203 All ..................... TA of music degree from J,llinois Mrs. Gale Sperry, re.cording teaching preaching and im-Concert TA MA 142 02-.. ...... .. ...... .. .. 01 2 3 50 p .m. Wesleyan and his master of m secretary Mrs H J ' WEDNESDAY, MAY .•o. Mrs. Allen said she hopes MA 221 01 ..................... uCHc AR 102 03 ..................... uc 47 u-; . ans uergen-peaching at the University of ,, """ d k OA 351 01 .................... uc 213 CP 201 All. .................... CH 100 sic degree from the American sen, co1Tespondmg secretary; South Florida I believe all of 1:00 p.m. -AllU Book Panel UC264 the group can some ay see PS 321 01 .................... uc 221 ED 303 02 .................... CH 102 Conservatory of Music. He came and Mrs Donald Wake' ld ' 'bl d Univ. Rei. Council AD1054 national recognition, but that SP 306 01 ................. .... T ED 313 01 .................... : CH 101 S 1e , us, as respons1. e e?ts, Lyre and Aulos UCJ5B th 'd th d t' TA 221 01 ..................... T! HI 122 03 ..................... AD 2 o11 to U F after 12 years on the treasurer. should ask for his resignativn. Weight Lifting uc157 now ey can cons1 er e u 1es TA 311 Ol. .................... CH 111 MU 109 01 ..................... uc 158 faculty at the University of Th f' 1 . A talk . t th Civic Unit No. 5 uc202 which an honor's service group zo 202 All..................... TA 101 02 ..................... TA Fl 'd h h d' t • e ma meetmg also saw nyone can agams e Judo Club uc204 can perform. 12-J :oo p .m. 1 TJ\ 111 01 ..................... TA on a, "'! e was . Irec 01 the members vote unanimously university, but when one is a 1 00 p m us F Photo Club UC205 :B 202 M; ? ........... uc 2 49 . .:.1 ..................... AD 1028 of the Dtvts.wn .of Mustc from to donate $100 to the USF FounStudent Association officer it .-AiJ.iJ Book Discussion UC264 She mentioned several of 00, 19 . " ........... aA 100 AR 102 02 ............. ........ uc 47 1948 to 1957' actmg dean of the dation for student scholarships appears he should at least be gi;;c these duties including arrang09, f• 16 ............ cH 111 AR 303 01. .................... CH 104 College of Architecture and Alloyal and truthful to those he oficials Club 1JC216 ing luncheons with faculty on The University Book Store will buy back hard bound text books that will be used again in the fall semester on June 7 and 8 in the UC Gallery Lounge from 8 :30 a.m. to 4 p.m., ac cording to John P. Goree, man ager of service activities. A representative of a whole sale book company will be in the Gallery Lounge at the same time to buy any other books students wish to sell. ' MA 142 AD 2074 m lied Arts !n. and. director ACCOUNTING TEST represents. T&E Coord. Body UC226 campus for informal discussion; p .m. 2 04 07 13 19 EC 202 01. .................... CH 208 of the DIV1Ston of Fme Arts More than half the account-Action is needed. 7 '00 p.m.-Judo uc 2 teas for the most outstanding SIGMA XI LECTVRE CB 104 ' ... ' .. TA m m from 1957 to 1960. ing students at the University s/D.C. FERNANDEZ women, academicall:f. in•each . Xi,, professional scieng0 • 013 08 .. io"16 .. ED 317 01 ..................... LS 261 Previously he held teaching of South Florida who recently 000528 2:00 p.m. -Co. of Frat. soc. ADl.050 class, and talk sessiOns where tif1c fratermty, presented a lec06; 2.5. 1s . : ... : .... :: CH 111 Ol ..................... LS 260 and administrative positions at took an achievement test given CPIIuebd"es uucC220053 adminis. tration officers or fac-ture on "Biophysics of Fallout" 09 LS 266 3 01" ................... CH 108 01' t C II D k W b th A . I t't t WALES DEAN AT USF u It d f t 1 d b D T C H I 1 t M d 11 :::::::::::::::::::: LS 263 GE 202 01 ..................... CH 103 lVe o ege, a ota es-y e mencan ns 1 u e of u.c. Lessons comm . uc216 u y 1scuss u ure Pans an Y r. . . e vey as on ay 14 .................... LS 260 iN 8L::::::::::::::::::: 2o1 leyan University, Certified Public Dr. D . W. Jenkins, dean of FRIDAY JUNE 1 1002 hopes for the university and can at 8 p.m. at the University of :::::::::::::::::::: HI 112 04 ..................... CH m College and the Umverslty of scores the natwnal education at the Uni-1 :30 p.m.Traffic Eng. Conr. UC264 discuss its activities intelligently South Florida. Dr. Helvey, as-2971 .................... m MJ gL::::::::::::::: ::: tg Idaho. mteddlant grtadke. sTpodke ?,n "}Brit-t 3:00p.m.-Program Council UC2I4 with members of the com-sociate professor of biophysics m .................... PC 1o1 03 ..................... AD 2072 Beecher has been province s u ens oo . e es , w1 . 1s uca Ion o • as munity. She said that student at USF, discussed how fallout cB' 21:1" Ail ..................... TA m Zl" ................... governor, national president and of them bettenng the medtan Wednesday. at the Uruvers1ty of u y JUNE 2 1962 membership in the Foundation performs its detrimental action tJ4 AU ..................... AD 2072 so 201 01:.: :.: :::::: :::.:.: :. CH 106 nat i 0 n a 1 honorary lifetime grade. South Flonda. 8!30 Grade Testing TA is available and suggested that on the body. AD2072 H2 U . . ................... CH H7membff Phl CB 218 An::::.:.::::::.::::::. TA ..................... TA fonia, a music honorary, He was ................. ... AD 2002 SH 103 An .................. gg & chairman of . the F.lorida EC 202 91 ..................... AD 2001 SATURDAY ... ro .NEs 1962 Fme Arts Counc1l and was CAMPUS NOTICES EC 301 9C .................... AD 1089 R:50 a.m. ' ' named president of the State ED 339 90 ............... "" .. CH 205 ED 207 01 CH ED 455 90 ..................... CH 202 .. .... .. ........ 201 Music Teachers Association in GA 341 90 ..................... AD 2007 02 ..................... CH 202 1957 }II 122 90 ..................... AD 2073 AN 2 ,0.3 aO.lm. L -----------SH 351 90 UC 222 .... .... .. .. .. . . .. S 272 so 355 90 ..................... AD 1030 EN 341 01 ..................... uc 251 3 F" I. t • USF Locker Renewals Necessary for Summer Session ss 411 90::::::::::::::::::::: AD 2012 GN 22I 01 ........... ......... AD 2001 1na 1s s 1n 8:.;o p.m. 01. .................... TA Sh S C m tg A C '2ot P o: ..................... AD 20()1 ort . tory ontest FI 302 90 ..................... UC 221 AC 202 02 ..................... AD 2002 LOCKERs-Students should note that Jocks must be returned to the UC in formation desk or renewed for the 7 10 p m AS 202 01 .................... CH 206 MU i21' All ................. CH 111 OA 36I 01 ..................... uc 201 Finalists in the recent short bby story contest sponsored by Sarthe cashier's office and taking the MU 221 All .. . . .. . . . .. . .. CH 111 SH 313 01. .... ............... UC 222 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1002 _312 01. ................... LS 101 asota author John MacDonald are Bob Ashford, "Herbert" and a lock will be bllled for the cost ol 8 9 ::;o a.m. p.m. CB 106 00, 03, 7. 12, 16 .... TA CH 202 All ................... CH 100 01, 04, 11, 13, 14 . , , ... CH 111 02, 05, 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . CH 100 INDEPENDENT STVDY STUDENTS 06 ........... , ... , , . LS 269 Please note that your sechon ls No. "To Make A Friend"; Mike thidsi:k.AND FOUNDThere are still Baldwin, "Execution of Cap-many articles in the lost and found dept. tain West"; Roy Harvey, "The at the uc desk. Students are asked to 90, 91 ................. LS 260 00. Make sur e you repor t to :room 1011:.'!0 a.m. for which scheduled. Observer," and James Keegan, CB I01 All .................... TA 12-J:r,.O p.m. CB 204 00, 01, 03, 04, 07, 08, 09, 11 . 15 ...... TA 05, 06, I2 . . ..... . CH Ill 02, 16. 23. 24, 9() .•.•. CH 100 10, 13, 14, 17, 26 .. uc 248 p.m. . PE 101 All ................... TA PE 102
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THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, May 28, 1962 FOURTH DEATH IN THREE WEEKS Tampa Boy Drowns In Sulphur Springs Tampa has r e c o r d e d its f<)urth drowning in three weeks wlth the death of a six-year-old Tampa boy in the S u 1 p h u r Sl>rlngs swimming pool. Jeffrey Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffin Sr. of 17th St., was pronounced dead yesterday 90 minutes afte1 lifeguard Howard B. Thompson, found him lying face down in the children's area of the pool. 1 Thompson said he spotted lhe boy f 1 o a t i n g several inches below the surface of the w a t e r and pulled him ubore. He immediately be faD mouth-to-mouth resusciRICH MAN'S STAKE SPESHIL $24,516.00 tation and continued until a fire rescue unit arrived. The rescue unit worked over ti.e boy for 30 minutes before taking him to Tampa General Hospital where he was pro nounced dead. The boy had been swimming at the pool with his two broth ers, Walter Griffin Jr., 13, and Leslie Griffin, 9. Dr. J. B. Butchenson, medical examiner at the hos pital, said the boy had appar ently eaten shortly before en tering the water and had a cramp under the water caus ing him to drown. Earlier this month a woman and her grandfather drowned in Lake Magdalene trying to rescue the woman's daughter and another child who were in distress. The children survived. Deaths in Tampa .... JOSEPH A. CASABON . Clifford Casabon of Detroit, Joseph Alex Casabon, 62, of Mich.;. seven grandchildren, sev1417 Rambla st. died Friday In eral rueccs and nephaws. . , a Tampa hospital. A native of ROY R. BREAKER Michigan, he lived here for eight Roy R . B r e a k e r, 49, died years and was in the plumbing Thursday in Nev. He was business. He was a veteran of a of Tampa. Surv1vors here mclude .a brothWorid War I. He is survived by er, Herbert M . Breaker, and a his widow, Mrs. Ava Casabon, of sister, Portia C. Breaker. Tampa; three daughters, Mrs.\p;;;;;;;;_;;;;;;;_;;;;;;; ______ ;;;jj Ralph Wilson of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Robert Trombley of Oak Park, Mich., Mrs. Ralph Brown of Taylor, Mich.; a son, Neal DR. P. H. PITTS Announces the Auoclation of DR. REGINALD W. PITTS Casabon of Fresno, Calif.; a sisfor the practice of ter, Mrs. Emily Bickerstaff, of CHIROPRACt:IC Flint, Mich.; two brothers, Ed4812 Nebraska Ave. 235 ward Casabon of Flint, Mich., PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT PAID POLI'nCAL ADVERTISEMENT VOTE!! Tues., May29 HELP TO ELECT-Robert W. Ul be held Tuesday alter noon at 2 p.m. at the c hapel of Jackson, , o! the Temftle Ter Harvey Frizzell; Cecil Gottshall, Mik e Egerer, Charles C hole r ton , and Jaime Solano . Interment will be in Oranae Hill Cemetery. MILLER, CARL FORD-Funeral eerv !ceo for Mr. Carl Ford Miller, aae 6 8, reold e nt of 302 E. Palm Ave .• who passecl away at a local hospital Frl Wllsc>n Sammon CJI. F uneral Home . Rev . Fred Rumsey, Methodist minis ter. to officiate. Interment In Myrtle EVERY PIECE COMES OUT THOROUGHLY CLEAN AUTOMATIC . ,.,.,_. ELECTRIC ... WRINGER -= WASHERS $19 9 95 . DRYERS $14 9 95 0 WASHERS$ 99 95 start at start at start at It;,-TAMPA J . M. Fields Grandway Store Ace Heatlnv & Ventilation The Burns Co. Columbia Music & Appl. Co. Goodyear Service Stores Pearl Furniture Co. Pioneer Tire Co., Inc. Star Appliance Co. ARCADIA Arcadia Hardware AVON PARK Delaney Hardware BARTOW Long Furniture Co. Goodyear Service Store BOWLING C.lliiN Nicholson Supply Co. BRADENTON Manatee Home Supply McCranles BllOOKSVILLI Gateway Furniture, Inc. Snow's Equipment & Appl. • • m BUSHNELL Allen Hardware Co. Evans & Sons Hardware CHIEFLAND Beauchamp Hardware &: Furniture CLEARWATER Burrow's Merchandise Mart Goodyear Service Store Mather of Clearwater O'Hara Furniture Co. Y. 8. RefriCJeration &: Air Conditioning Rehbaum's West Coast Hardware DADE CITY Harper's Furniture DAYTONA BEACH F. F. J. M. Fields Dunn Bros. Hardware C:o.' Mather of Daytona Beach McDuff Appliance DELAND Mather of DeLand DUNIDIN Gibson Furniture • ... DUNNELLON Peebles Furniture Co. EUSTIS Mather of Eustis GROVELAND idge Mercantile HAINES CITY Russ Bargain Hou .. Goodyear Service Store LAKELAND Mother of Lokelancl Warnock Furn. & Appl. Exchanve, Inc. LARGO J. M. Fields LEESBURG Turner'• Furniture Co. MT. DORA Tuxedo Feed Store NEW PORT RICHEY L. N. Spencer Store NEW SMYRNA BEACH Home Furniture Co . Mather of New Smyrna Troup Gas & Appliance A9l OCALA Chauncey Furniture Co. Marion Hardware Co• PALMETTO WhiHie Plumbing PLANT CITY A & N Furniture Co. Goodyear Service Co. Zambito's Appliance SARASOTA Home Service Company . Sarasota Furniture . Co. Goodyear Service Co. SEBRING McHargue Fllr1lture Store TARPON SPRINGS Gr .. rStrickland Sales Co. Mather of Tarpon Sprln9s WAUCHULA . Coker Gas Company Wauchula Furniture Company WINTER HAVEN Brook's Appliance & Furniture Goodyear Service Store Haven Furniture Company Mather of Winter HO\Ien

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1Sota Enters Final Week of Dog Racing Mrs. G. M. Lillie holds a wide uled at 2 p . m. today, opening the lead as the race for kennel honfinal week's program, and more ors at the Sarasota Kennel Club after n o on performances are heads into the final week of the scheduled Wednesday, Friday season. and Saturday. Racing continues Mrs. LUlie's greyhounds postnightly through Saturday. ed eight wins last week for a Tonight's f e a t u r e matches total of 73, opening a wide gap such sparkling sprinters as Or over runnerup Cecil Austin . ville Moses's N a t i v e, R. M. Following Au s tin, who has White's Rocket Syd Deep Rock bad 66 winners, are Circus City Kennel's D e p o s it Rock and Ranch Kennel with 59, Orville James Gallagher's Silver Skiff . Moses and Huron Kennels with Also sc h e duled are a paiL of 57 each and H. B. Williams the popular three-eighths-mile with 56 . races. Mrs . Lillie's eight wins were the best mark last week with Marlow Kennels and James Gallagher taking runnerup honors with seven iwnners each. A special matinee was sched-Entries FIRST mile, (first hal dally double) Grade B: Gem O'Hara, New Country, Claimant, Cactus Natban Buck.. Gay L., Bo'o Earlee, Texas Lace. SECOND RACE-Five-sixteenths mile, Festi-Ford, seeking a third 7. .Jim Keel, Spencer's val Open wit h a record smash" straight Speedway title, didn't Smoke. i n g 264 total, 20 Wh0ppi.I1g so welL His 277 put him in 8. Catsup Red, Mike Secrestrokes under par. a six-way tie for 29th and 9. Natln, Silver Skiff, Deposit Roek. Along with Casper, runner-earned him only $291, com... ta:_r:_, _B __ pared with $9, 000 he grabbed : Licht. in each of his two previous Have you tasted the only Canadian whisky available in the United States at landJiyears old-.Imported O.F.C. 86.8 PROOF', SCHENLEY DIST. CO., N.Y. C. wins. The hotshooting Casper's * * * Ruth Jessen Wins Dallas Civitan Open DALLAS, Tex. (A>) -Ruth Jessen, the Seattle b 1 on de with go lf's widest putting stance and an awakened power off the tee, came from far back yesterday to win the $10 , 000 Dallas Civ itan Open. She accomplished several important things-she won her first tournament of the year, she outdrove everybody and that eye-catching p u t t i n g stance whereby she spreads her feet by four feet for better balance and uses only her shoulders and arms in the swing was just beginning to pay off. Miss Jessen shot a closing par 71 over the 6,235-yard Glen Lakes Country Club course while Mary Lena Faulk of Sea Island, Ga., who had started the final round with a !!-stroke lead-six over Miss Jessen-blew to a 77. $9,000 take swelled his 1962 purse to $41,208, still leaving him $18,100 behind Palmer, who swings back into the circuit with this week's Memphis Open. Casper, however , will skip the Memphis meet to brush up for the June 14-16 National Open which he won i n 1959. It seemed for a few minutes in the speedway gloaming last evening that a sudden death playoff -such as in 1961 when Ford killed off Palmer on a second extra hole -might be in order. Jerry Steelsmith, 48th in the PGA cash list, and husky George Bayer, 37th in the money standings, each stormed to a 19-under-par fin ish with closing eagle threes just ahead of Casper, last to play. But Casper birdied the 71st hole to go 19 under par and then almost effo ' !essly came u p with another birdie on the last hole for his closing 64. He wis e ly used a 3-iron, instead of a 4-iron for his second shot becaus e of a "filthy lie." He put the ball on the fringe of the 488-yard hole, lagge d his first putt to within four feet and then holed out for his third tourney triumph of the year. PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT LOWRY SUMTER LOWRY SAYS: "We must destroy ma• chine politics." THE TAMPA TIMES , Monday, May 28, 196Z 19 Sunday's Homers Softball Meetings Set NATIONAL LEAGUE Coleman, Reds (6): Pinson. Rella (13): Halle, Giants (3) 1 Hickman, Meta (8); Roseboro, Dodgers <2>. The city of Tampa Recre ation Department announces that the second half softball league organizational meetings will be held this week. All meetings will be held at the Traller Park Gym at 7:30. On Tuesday May 29, the Metro and City League will hold their meeting . The Employes League w i II meet on Wednesday, May 30. On Thursday, May 31, the SundaY school and J u n io r Sunday School Leagues will have their meeting . Any team wishing to enter one of the leagues, are requested to have a representative at the meeting of the league they wish to enter. Second half play will start on June 11. Practice sessions may be obtained at the meet ings, or by calling the gym after 2 o'clock. Deadline for team entries will be the date of the league meeting. AMERICAN LEAGUE Skowron, Yankeea (8) 1 .Roblnaon,Orl olea ; Snyder, Orlolet
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(Limit one with coupon through Wed., 5/30} Kleerex Full Pint 29c Value WINDOW CLEANER 3 for 29' (Limit three with coupon through Wed., 5/30) PEANUT BRITTLE Famous Sophie Mae full size 29' box-Reg. 39c:. (Limit one with coui'Qn through Wed., 5/30) BOOK MATCHES Carton of 50 b o o k s Compare at 19c. (Limit one with cou1>0n through Wed., 5/30) SPEIDEL TIE BARS Famous Speidel--complete as• 44; sortment of latest designs ._. values to 3.95. (Limit one with coupon through Wed., 5/30) 20 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, May 28, 1962 TRAFFIC STOPPERS, WILD WEST STYLE Tourists stop their automobiles and unlimber cameras as a string of heavy headed bison lumber across the highway in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. Two calves are visible in the line. The park has about 900 bison among other wild animals of which motoring and visitors may catch glimpses. New Cities Attract Retirees Memorial Day Toll Estimated Between 80 and 120 CHICAGO, May 28 WPD -the United States. toll will go to 120," the coun The National Safety Council estimates that between 80 and 120 persons will die in Me morial Day traffic acciden ts in "If drivers obey the rules and take proper precautions, the toll will be 80, but if they disregard safety warnings, the cil said. The council also estimated that 15 to 25 lives would be saved Memorial Day if every motorist wore a safety belt. By ROBERT PETERSON ''Retiring to Arizona," write ' stamped, self-addressed long CAPE CORAL _ I'm fasci-to this column c/o The Tamenvelope and 10 cents to nated by the big thinking of _P_a __ T_im_es_,_e_n_c_I_o_s_i_n_g;....__a_;__c_o_ve_r_h_an_d_I_in_g_c_ost_s. ________ _..:. __________ __;::.._ ________________ .:_. __ _ real estate developers. Most of us haven't the imagination and gumptioi;l to start a hot dog stand. But there are dozens of developers around the nation who think nothing of buying and optioning thousands of acres and creating bold new cities. Five years ago this area was a lonesome expanse of earth, scrub p in e s, and palmettos along the Gulf of Mexico. But a group beaded b: Leonard and Jack Rosen of Baltimore, Md.-both well past 40-decided it would be a good place for a new city. Presto! A budding city is here today with a master plan for a metropolis which may someday be bigger than Fort Myers just a few miles away , They've sold 40,000 homesites, some 800 new homes have al-are here, including a doctor, lawyer, merchants, and police chief. Most of the residents are from the North. Don Graf, 40, is typical of the younger set. He went to work at 18 in a Milwaukee lumber yard which he owned two decades later. Having fulfilled his dream of early solvency he sold the business, loaded his family into the car, and came here to start a new chapter in the Graf family history. "My wife and I feel 20 years is enough to spend in one area," said Graf, a genial, husky character with flashing white teeth. "We hope to spend our next 20 years in Florida. Then when we're 60 we'll start another chapter maybe in the Bahamas or Hawaii." Although he wasn't under any great financial pressure to resume b r t! a d w i n n in g, Graf couldn't curb his capitalistic tendencies. Today he's nursing three new businesses -this town's firSt laundromat, its first rent-a-car agency, and an embryo variety store. Typical of the senior set are Tom Corbetts, formerly of Ur bana, ill. This ex-paving con tractor and his wife retired here two years ago. "Folks who retire and stay put enjoy saying they couldn't bear to leave old friends," said Corbett, a lean, ruddy man who runs the fishing tackle supply store here. "But I think most of them just plain lack courage. "The-y are afraid to leave their familiar setting, so they remain and suffer one emo tional blow after another. They grieve as old friends depart. They can't bear to see changes made in streets and buildings they know intimately. They dwell on how things used to be. "We think it's much wiser to light out for a new, up-and coming local e where you're forced to make new friends and contemplate the future rather than the past. " Many such as the Grafs and Corbetts a;re discovering that the old hometown is n't neces sarily the best locale for the rest of their lives. With an ex panding population, earlier re tirement, and easier mobility, the next few decades will likely see great migrations from the North and East, to the milder climates of the South and West. If you would like a booklet Biologist Tells Of Luminous Ocean Life By The Associated Press Life in the oceans has evolved three distinct methods of lighting its way . with lumin escence. The first and most significant is throug h special cells or or ga ns which are provided with reflectors, lenses, and some times, shutters. Shrimp, squid and some fish are examples, says Dr. J. A. C. Nicol of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Plymouth, England. A second form is discharg ing a cloud of luminous matter into sea water. This is used by some clams, shrimps, squid s again, and bristleworms and some fish . Third is a cooperative method with luminous bacteria. An an imal can harbor these bacteria within several glandlike or ga ns, and supports them there. In return, the bacteria produce li ght for their host. The lu minous bacteria take up abode in certain squids and fish, Dr. Nicol says. NO I! 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