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1, Could Be Univers ity Of South F lorida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES Partly cloudy with scat tered snowers and thun• dersbowers. Winds vari able under 18 m.p.h. High today 91. Low tonight 77. SEVE N TI E TH YEA R-No. 1 55 TAMPA , FLORIDA, MON D A Y , A U GUST 6 , 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS EARLY REGISTRATI' O N HITS 2,000 FOR FIRST TRIM EST Total May Run to 3,500 By Classtime on Sept. 10 Early reg i stra t ion for the University of South F l orida fall trimester puts the p resent total in the neighborhood of 2,00 0 students. Of this, amount, 40 per cent are new st u dents and the remaining 60 per cent are returning students. In the spring uni versity officials est i mated the Fall enrollment at a 3,500 full-time equivalent. Four o rientat io n a n d registration sessions were s et up for new students. The final orienta-tion is scheduled for Sept. 4-6. CAMPUS EDITION, AGE 2-Coffee Set Sept. 4 For New Adviser Today the camp u s edition of The Tampa Times marks t h e close of its second year of o p eration. The next issue is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 1 0 , the first day of in the university's trimes ter. . The staff for the fall will be selected both from l ab classes in the area of journalism • and other students interested in writing. Each orientation consists of two-day sessions for testing and a third for speech and hearing tests, campus tour, advising and registration. Many new and returning students have not yet registered because they are {)Ut of town on vacations or summer jobs and will not return to Tampa until September. Students living out of town, both new and returning will not come in until September in order to save the time and expense of two separate trips. This influx in Sep tember should put quite a boost in the total number for the fall. Li ttle Man o n Campus -!USF Pho,o> George H. Miller, adviser to the Office of Campus Publications, said he will devote full time to the Work-Study program beginning Sept. 1. Dr. Albert Scroggins has been hired as an associate professor of journalism and adviser to the Office of Campus Publications. SEEING STARS IN THE NIGHT J oseph A. Carr, in natural science, gives a student, Glenda Lentz, a view o f the stars through the telescope which is used for the Basic Studies Physical S c ie nce classes and labs of astronomy classes_ The 'scope features a clock drive-a timing device set up to compensate for the earth's rotation by driving the 'scope b ack at a rate which will keep it focused on the same sky area. The other 'scope on campus is an 8-inch reflector donated on loan to the university by the Tampa Astronomical Club, which meets on campus. Future student observation posts will b e located on the Physics building. Also planned for the future is a separate small o b servatory on t he north part of the campus away from interferring lights. The obj ect of current study is the decline of the eleven-year, or half-way point, of the su n spot cycle. Eleven To Begin Interning Registration dates for the fall include the mornings of Sept. 4 and 5 from 8-12 during which returning students may register. Evening students register from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Sept. 5. New YOU MG A"5 16/VING'YotJ two-day orientation as outlined 'F'S!RNffPLf;// . above. 16 Student s Join NASA WS Teams Late registration and sched-ule changes will be made during the fisrt week of classes Sept. 10-14 between the hours of 1 and 4 p . m. in UC 264. staff Meets Sept. 4 Trimester 1 will send 11 USF Ph • I Plant Scroggins is expected to or-education "interns" out into YSICa practice teaching. •f • ganize the staff the week of Internship is a vital capstone Face L1 t1ng Sept. 4 and Miller said plans to the program of teacher edu. . . . , are to have a coffee hour at 4 cation, and the following stuPlant J?lVISJon s curp.m., Tuesday, Sept. 4, in the dents are anxious and eager to rent activity consists of a face-c h a r ter 13 S d university center where the their feet wet": Maria A. lifting project. As students tu e n ts campus journalists can meet Siegel, elementary; J u an it a the Ad Scroggins. Warner, secondary; Robert P. rnl?lstratwn has a j C py for the first edition, that Whitmarsh, elementary; Dorpamt JOb. The Bmldof Alpha Hall of 10, will then be pre. othy Y o u m a n s, ell:!mentw:y; mg and Umvl.'rsity Center C I 0 t pared on W(ldnesday, Sept. 5. Mildred Case, secondary; Ger-are next m line. ass U • Offices desiring information in trude Z. Enzweiler, secondary; O*her to take Lose Credits the first issue should send it to Frances Rose Felicione, ele-place are . theh bu1ldmg ne:v the Office of Campus Publica-mentary; Valle Glover, sec-sidewalks m t e new mens res1-D 1 963 . tions not later than noon, Tues-ondary; Elteanor Goss, elemen-dence hall area and the pur-The Work-Study Cooperative I ec A 1 ph a Hall IDlSdemeanors d s t 4 tary Gertrude Scales second-chase of new furmture for the P g t d e . ed conf1'r d 1 1i ay, ep ' D th S h be' hall ro ram o ay rec tv - • have cause oss of credit ours Miller said the Campus Edi-ary; oro Y c am rg, secJ t 1 ted . th . t mation of the placement of 16 f 13 t d t d . th t . . . ondary. us comp e IS e proJec students with the National Aero-or s u en s urmg e pas tion Will be contmued a lab-These students will see the of the total of the nautlcs and Space Administra-The Charter Class graduation three weeks. ?ratory paper for the JOurnalschools swing into action dur-Library and the AdmtmstratiOn tion beginning a work period, ceremony for the University of One female resident was sus-1sm classes and he expe.cts the ing Preplanning, which begins Building and a overall Monday, Sept. 10. The students South Florida is now tentatively pended until September, 1963 press run for the fall trimester Aug. 21. During this time, washup for both buJld , mgs. The who qualified include: . . . to from about 3,500 to 3,800 prospective teachers can par-neon tubes replaced are gooo G M h 11 S Fl. ht set for December, 1963, acco1 d-for smugglmg two boys mto her cop1es a week t' . t . . 1 . for about 7 500 hours and the eorge " ars a pace 1g JCJpa e Ill var10us prep annmg . • . Center, Huntsville, Ala.-James ing to a university policy state-room at Alpha Four other Cloudy Picture school activities and gain a wide ?nes m the Lll;lra .ry have Trench mouth: Is It Necking Or the Dishes? Thirteen students in Alpha Hall have trenchmouth, according to reports. This includes three women and 10 men. As it is agreed that trenchmouth is spread mainly by necking and dirty dishes, and since cafeteria workf'rs claim their dishes are clean, it points to quite a bit of uneven activity on the part of several students. With vacation coming at the end of this week it may help to slow down the spread--or spread it even further to such points as Sopchoppy, Two Egg, and Christmas. University Gets Science Fund Grant The University of S o u t h Florida has been awarded an institutional grant as part of the science aid program of the National Science Foundation. These >wants tn provide general and flexible support to develop and maintain sound, well-balanced programs of research, education and related activities in the sciences. Use of the money is determined by the recipient. This year the foundation awarded grants to 302 colleges and universities in the United States and Puerto Rico. 'Hamlet' Played Gomez Named New Before 2,000 Finance Direci'or S. Douglas, Mike Foley, Larry ment recently issued by Dr. students are taking As for other campus publica-variety of experiences. m smce the bmldmg open.ed m Felix, and P . Wayne Meriwether. John S. Allen, president. leaves absence for. scrvmg as tions Miller said their future The interns from USF will December of 1961. The ongma The Peninsular Players' cast Joseph Gomez, former assistNASA L au n c h Operations Students completing t h e i r accessories to the cnme. is and Scroggins will spend the first two weeks of been m the AD of "Hamlet," under the direc-ant director of the Division of Center, Cape Canaveral, Fla.Six other students were work with planning for their the school year at their desig-buiidmg smce the summer of tion of Prof. John Caldwell, Finance and Accounting, has Mary Ann Hauswald, Gary L. graduation requirements before docked credit hours for viola-future after he arrives nated schools. At the end of 1960. played to capacity crowds dur-been promoted to director of Rhoden, Glenn v. Swanson, this date will receive a state-tion of residence hall sign-out Th' . 1 d th b k this period they will return to ing the six-performance run. the JThe appointment . . . 1 t' d d f' f . IS me u es e year oo , d tt d 1 f USF R• 1 FSU UF was ec 1ve uly 1 George Van Arsdall, Melvin R. ment from Allen aff1rmmg the1r regu. a wns .an e 1ance o urnwhich has failed to find a meth-campus an a c asses or IVa S 1 . A tot a 1 of 2,oop persons Gomez came to university Phillips, Paul D. Rice, Loren J. completions and an invitation verstty policy. od of financing the handbook professw!lal trammg. The stuI n Beer Can Count vtewed the USF verswn of one 1n 1959 from the Unive 't f Padelford, Clyfford Wood, Rich-. Two male students were ac-h' h d' d f • 1 k f r ' dents wrll also meet on the of Shakespeare's greatest plays. F . rsi Y 0 d G l d D 1 M Duff' to return for the formal com-cused and convicted of drinking w lC te or ac o mane-campus for periodic seminars . . h f th lortda, where he was semor ac• ar o ' oug as c te, mencement exercises. T h o s e in the residence hall T h e Y ing; and the literary r_nagazine, to discus s special problems and While beer is banned on lAddmg to tt e sulyccefss o ble for the Food S ervices Robert Mims, and James E. "r e " which ran one 1ssue but 1 t th . t ' h campus one person making a P ay were ex reme avora e Division and Laundry He is a Scott. who cannot return will receive also were suspended. faced problems of rea e ell' expenences o eac sur vey counted more than 150 from both the TAMPA native of Tampa and ate These students will report their diplomas by mail. studenttahpi?ealed funds, lack of a sales program last six weeks of the fresh beer cans on campus TIMES and TAMPA TRIBUNE. ,of the University of Tampau Sept. 10 providing they pass 0 1 Th B A e ac Ions on etr acd nfl' t' g t d nt aims during a recent Monday The ST PETERSBURG TIMES their physical and meet the n Y e . . tivities. Dean of Student Af-an co tc m s u e . semester will be spent at their 1 .d d th 1 G . t M. . . • grade average at the end of Those students completing re-fairs Herbert J. Wunderlich re-Miller said Dr. Herbert Wund-assigned schools. During this morning. au e e P ay. omg 0 ISSISSippl f t aff th Thirty-eight were near Mrs Vivian Nachling r the summer session as required quirements in April 1964 will quested that all names be witherlich, dean o studen atrs, period ey will gain the ex-Alpha H all, 18 in the driv e AAUP Plans Party e • by the work-Study Office. A . d' ' . . ' . held. has agreed to a policy of bond-perience of full time teaching student at USF, has been of-brl'efing sess1 0 n for these stureceive a Iploma md1catmg ing students who will be han-interns. They will also learn, leading t o F letcher Avenue, f th USF h t fered the job as Assistant that they are e b f th d h d and six at the west entrance Members o e c ap er dents will be held at 1 :2 0 p . m . , m m ers 0 e L•b N • dling money in the area of cam-uring t is peno , how the of the Ameri'can Associ'atJ'on of Social Advisor at Mississippi C te I rary Otlces bl h 1 1 to the UC. As one transfer tomorrow in the Work-Study har r Class. pus publications in line . with pu ic sc oo actua ly operates. Unt'versi'ty Professors w 1 11 hold State College for women. h f d bl' student said, "It's getting to The Tampa Times :t will be conferred-the Bachelor a.m. to 5 p.m. during the class umversJbes. University of South Florida. around here " Brown Bottle, welcoming new n NEXT EDITION. m Vandal s Slash of Arts. The diplomas of all break, Aug. 11 to Sept. 9. It While this will plug the leaks Campus Edition faculty members. Invitations M • m those graduating as members of will close evenings, Saturdays, on what is in the bank, stuSPAIN IN TENNESSEE also will be sent to all l!SF ii* SEPT 10 1962 !it. a ufF. !t seems as if there are still graduating with be made in writing to the Di-they hope the administration faculty adminis-some decadent people around. honors will be decorated with rector by Sept. 7, and the sum-and the student association can . The CAMPUS EDITION is produced trators from umvers1hes of 16 Last week, Mrs. Janice special insig nia. mer session assignments vacated resolve during the coming by the laboratory section or ED :l4:l, southern states in Nashville h Journalism for the Secondary Teacher, th. k ' went to the USF parking lotNo Fee Charged by t is date. school year. under the direction of George H. Miller. Tenn., IS wee . to find that her 1958 Cadillac No graduation fee will be had a tire completely slashed. charged. Caps and gowns will be It is difficult to believe that available for rent in the Uni any students here would re-versity Bookstore. Each gradusort to such juvenile vandalism. ate candidate will pwchase his This is a reflection on the in-own commencement invitations, tellige nce of any person who i s which also will be available in considered mature enough to be the bookstore. enrolled in colle ge. This asinine ----------action not only i s juvenile-but Campus Not•ces it is expensive. Orientation P rogram For Staff Sept . 4 An orientation program for faculty and administrative and professional personnel will be b eld Tuesday, Sept. 4 in the USF Chemistry Building from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Featured at the sess ion will be many explanatory talks by d e ans and directors of pro-grams. -Several group meetings will als o be arranged before the beginning of Trimester I. Culminating the orientation program will be a picnic to b e beld at Bahia Beach on Sept. 21. Stu d en t Association Wel comes Suggestion The University of South Flor Ida Student Association i s formulating plans for a s u ggestio n box to be placed in the main lobby of the Univ ersity Cente r. P urpose of the box is to inform the Student Ass ociation of 'tudent views and need s. Officers Skipper Smith and Mike Shea are in charge of the p roject which is expected to b e completed in time for Trimester I. WORK-STUDY OPENINGS in ac counting , finance , personnel management, in Tampa banks and savings and loan assoc iations_. and various openings in hospital. Apply in ADI070, LANGUAGE STUDENTS not assigned to a language l a b period must s i g n u p before the first day Of classes in the lang uage lab office. RESERVE AU books placed on reserve in the Library for the summer semest er will be removed from the shelves at the close of exam week. Reserve list s for fall trimester classes should be forwarded to Mrs. Roberta Marsh (Ly 217, ext. 214) Immediately. FOOD SERVICEs-There will be no food service or food service functions after breakfast Sunday, Aug. 12, through breakfast Monday, Sept. 3. Operations will resume with the noon meal on Sept. 3 . The Residence Halls will be closed during the same period. BOWLING LEAGUE-Persons plan. nlng to bowl in the fall league should contact -<:h arlotte Okarrous, league secretary (ext. 226), by Tuesday, AUi. 7, WITHDRAWALS -Walter Kenneth Andersen, Manuel Alfred Ardueugo, Walter Bauer, Phillip L . Bowman, Eunice Inez Caveui, Paul W. Danahy, Lois T. Daniell', Herbert P. Duncen, Emilio Manuel Garcia, Wyvon Luxie Hudson, James Jeffery Jeter, Nick Alfonso M u I e y, Allan B . Nielsen, Patricia Ann Robles, Maureen A . Sul livan, Virginia Dickey Tingley, Karen S. Webb, John Stanley Wodarskl, GRADES SHEETS--Summer s chool Ins tructors may pick up final grades s h e ets in the ofice of the course dean Friday, Aug. 3. Instruction sheets will accompany the grade reports. WOl\fEN LEAGUE -Women staff members or wives of staff members who are eligible for membership in the National League of American Pen Wome n (having sold prose or poetry, lectures. musical composi tionsj or hav ing had art showings within the last three year s ) are asked to contact Mrs. Sidney J . French, president ot the Tampa branc h (9327419). STUDENT'S EYE VIEW OF USF LIBRARY This view of the USF Library from the UC Lobby i s about the closest many students come to the library until the final flurry of exam week. L ocated in the UC is the library's chief rival, the Recreation room. Although at the first part of the s u mmer sess i o n t h e library was for a c h ange beating out the game room attendance, busi ness has now picked up in the pingpong parlor, especially with the influx of students registering for the {all trimester. The game room now ave r ages about 100 people circ u lating on the hour to the library's 50. The accent's on learning -but some peop l e would rather learn poo l , it seems. (And they pay for the privilege-one penuy per minute.) Final Exam Schedule Revised WEDNESDAY, AUG. 8 , 1962 Course Sect. a.m-Room AN 203 01 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . LS 260 AR 2ll2 01 .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. . UC 4 7 AB. Jll 01 ................... UC 47 CB liB 01 ................... AD 1090 m &t ::::::::::::::::::: 1 ED 309 01 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . eH 204 I E D 361 Ol • • • .. .. • .. .. .. .. .. • Ue 251 FR 371 01 ................... AD 1089 FI 301 01 ................... AD 2007 HI 121 01 ................... AD 1091 MA 139 01 ................... AD 1021 MA 201 01 .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . AD 105 1 MA 202 01 .. .. . .. . .. . .. .. .. .. AD 20ll MK 301 01 ................... AD 2002 SH 101 01 ..... ....... US 200 9 :!!0.11 :20 a.m. CB 101 00 .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . ue 200 CB 101 01 .. .. .. . .. .. .. . . .. . UC 200 CB 101 02 .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. UC 202 CB 101 90 ................... UC 200 n::l0-1 :20 p.m. CB 103 00 ................... LS 260 eB 103 01 . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LS 260 CB 103 02 ................... L S 261 eB 103 90 ................... LS 262 p . m. CB 101 All .................. AD 2001 EC 2{)1 01 .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. AD 200 7 EC 301 Ol ................... AD 2002 EC 331 01 .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. AD 2009 ED205 02 ................... CH 205 ED 357 Ol .. . .. . • .. • .. .. .. .. . CH 204 ED 457 01 ................... CH 203 EN 337 01 .. .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. U C 203 ED 337 0 1 ............. ". . .. CH 206 ED 305 01 ............. , • .. .. ue 215 HI 331 01 .. .. . .. . . .. .. .. . . .. AD 103 1 SO 2ll1 01 .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . .. . A D 1091 SP 361 01 .................. AD 1089 3::10-a:20 p.m. CB 209 00 .... ............... AD 2001 CB 109 01 ................... AD 2002 CB 109 02 .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. AD 2009 CH 103 03 .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. . AD 1021 CB 109 90 ........ _ ........ AD 2007 5:30.7:!!0 p.m. eB ll5 90 ............ -...... AD 1090 CB 2 1 7 90 ................... AD 1089 EC 201 90 ................... AD 2072 ED 405 90 . . . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. CH 206 EN 131 90 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . AD 2ll72 MU 105 90 .................. TA PC 101 90 .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. .. AD 1030 THURSDAY, .AUG. 9, 1962 7:30-9:20 a.m. CB 202 00 . . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. Gil 202 CB 202 01 .. . . .. .. .. • .. .. .. .. CH 202 CB 2ll2 90 . .................. CII 201 CB 105 Ol ................... LS 260 CB 264 01 .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. . CH 100 CB 204 02 .. . . .. . .. .. .. .. .. . . CH 100 EC 101 01 ................... AD 2007 EC 202 Ol .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . AD 2ll02 ED 327 Ol . .................. AD 1030 ED 329 01 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . AD 1030 ED 445 01 .. .. . .. .. .. . . .. .. .. CH 206 ED 465 01 ........ , ......... CH 208 E"' 207 01 .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. U C 203 E:-.1 131 0 1 ................... AD 2072 GA 301 01 ................... AD 1089 PC 2Jl 01 ............... .. . LS 1 7 9 SH 103 01 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. UC 201 ED 311 01 . .. .. .. .. .. .. . Cli 204 ED 307.01 .................. UC 264 11 :!10 a . m.l :2 0 p .m. ED 3 1 5 01 ........... CH 208 ED 331 01 . .. ........ eH 202 p.m.-:!:20 p .m. A C 202 01 . .. .. .. ........... AD 2009 CB )1)2 Ol .. .. .. • .. .. .. • Ue 202 eB 0 1 .. .. .. .. • .. .. . .. . . LS 262 CB 106 01 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. LS 263 CB 107 01 . . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . CH 101 eH 2ll2 01 ................... en tro CP 201 01 ................... CH 105 CP 2lli 02 .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. . en 105 ED 101 01 . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . CH 205 ED 313 Ol .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. • CH 2{)6 ED 325 01 ................... CH 208 ED 402 01 .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. en 204 EN 221 01 .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. UC 203 Fl 2{)1 Ol • .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. AD 1051 HI 311 Ol ................... AD 1091 PS 101 0 1 . .. ............... AD 1021 SP 303 Ol ................... AD 1089 3::!0-3:30 p.m. eB ll2 01 . .. .............. A D 1089 ED 319 01 . . ............... eH 208 PC 101 01 .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. .. LS 260 p .m. AC 201 90 .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. AD 2009 CB Zll 90 ................... AD 1089 ED 451 90 . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . eH 206 MU 107 90 ............... TA EN 131 91 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AD 2072 FRIDAY, .AUG. 10, 1962 a .m. CB 20 1 0 0 . .. .. . .. .. .. CH 201 CB 201 0 1 .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . . CH 201 C B 201 02 . .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . CH 202 CB 201 90 ................... CH 205 9:!1(\.11:20 a .m. CB 203 01 ................. TA C B 203 02 ............... TA ll ::l(l. a.m. 1 :20 p.m. ED 401 01 .. . .. . .. .. ........ CH 206 E N 1 3 1 02 .. .. .............. AD 207 2 OA 451 01 .......... ......... UC 213 PY 301 01 ............... , .. . LS 262 SO 211 01 .. .. . .. . . . .. .. . .. LS 179 9 :30..l1:20 a .m. AC 2{)1 !>1 ....... -. •• ........ AD 2009 1:!!(1.: 1:20 p . m . 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THE TAMPA TIMES 1\'londay, August 6, 1962 Deaths in Tampa, Elsewhere Winton King, MRS. MAMIE BUCKNER was a member of The Greater widow, Mrs. Madaline P. San-Ex-CongreSS Mrs. Mamie c. Buckner, 78, Tampa Association ders of Tampa; two daughters, died Sunday morning at the and in show busmess for 52 Mrs. Harold Clark, Sarasota; C d"d o• home of her daughter, Mrs. years. Survivors include two Mrs. Keith Crombie, Montreal, an I ate, leS Jake Owens, 3801 Bayshore sons, Tony Stevens and Gregory Canada; one sister, Mrs. A. R. Winton H. King, Brandon cit-Blvd. Mrs. Buckner had been a Stevens, both of Pensacola; and Price, Stal'ksville; one son, Jes rus dealer and politician died resident of Tampa for the past a daughter, Rita, also of Pensasie G. Sanders, SunnYVale, yesterday in a New Orleat{s hosyears. Other survivors are cola; a brother, CB!l Sauage, Calif.; three grandchildren and pital after under-two daughters, Mrs. Glenn 0. Houston, _Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. two great-grandchildren. g o in g surgery. Hall, Frankfurt, Germany, and Mary. Cull!, Houston, and Mrs. MRS. MABEL HARRELL He was 42. Mrs. A. M. Johnson, Worcester, Saladiner of Bryan, Tex. Mrs. Mabel Harrell, 85, of An Mass.; a son, Hug? B. LOLLIE R. POUCHER 14001 Nebraska Ave., died Satful c a n d I d a t e Tuscaloosa, Ala; five grandch1l. urday night in a Tampa hos-for Congress on dren and three great-grandchil-Mrs. LoUie Reynolds Pouch.er, pi taL A. native of Brooksville, 'h e Democratic dren. 71, of 33,06 Braddock St., died h h d ' d d . T th SJinday in a local hospital. A s e resi e rn . ampil. e ticket, Kmg HENRI A WEILER native of Baker County she was past SIX She IS survived ran agamst Rep. • ' . by several rueces and nephews William c. CramHenri A. Weiler, 79, 3310 a resident of Jacksonvill_e for er in 1956 and Granada Ave., died Saturday about 40 years before to ELPIDIO HAJAISTRON SR. 1958 . He was vis-night in a Tampa hospital. A :rampa 10 years ago. SurviVors Elpidio Hajaistron Sr., 59, of iting relatives in native of Ohio, Mr. Weiler was mclude a daughter, Mrs. W. 2348 St. Conrad died Saturday New 0 r 1 e an s a retired musician and had •. Tampa; a in a Tampa hospltal. A native of King when he entered lived in Tampa for the past 2lh WIll Ia. 1. R. GoLDsMITH Officer Dies .Joseph R. Goldsmith, 62, of A former Tampa police of2920 View St., died Sun_day ficer, George Huerta of Route 1, rnorm_ng in a Tampa hospital. Wimauma, died Saturday in a nabve of Atlanta, Ga., he had local hospital He was 40. liVed m Tampa for the past 10 . months. Mr. Goldsmitll was a A native of Tampa and a vetFuneral Notices Mrs. F. 86, of . 4610 W. Ohw Ave., died Sunday afternoon in a Tampa hospital. 74, of 5918 Tampa St .• who passed A native of Milto11, W.Va., a former resident of Huntington, at 4 o'clock from the Idlewild Bap-she had lived in Tampa for the past 10 years. Survivors include will be Mr. Richard B. Ro:i_ers , Mr. two sons, Leland H. Gerlach, Huntington, and Boyce R. Ger N. Frisco, and Mr. Pau l A. Gran lach, Tampa; and , a grand daughter. Services will be in Huntington. Mr. WilHam Boykin. Interment will ----------follow in Garden of Memories MeF h A I. e moria! Park. c. E. Prevatt Funeral rene r In Home In charge of arrangements. member of the American Legion. eran of World War Mr. Survivors in c 1 u de his widow, Huerta. seryed as bailLff-ser Mrs. Marcella Goldsmith of geant . m city court and had Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Fred been traffic and. detec Norwood of Indian Rocks Beach tive diVISions of the police deand a brother, R. M. Goldsmith partme;'lt. . BUCKNER, MRS. MAMIE C. -The of Atlanta Survivors include the Widow, remains of Mrs. Mamie c. Buckner, Personnel .Go Mrs. Dor!>thy M. H u e r t a ?f !::t ADVERTISEMENT Tampa; hiS mother, Mrs. Rosalia Funeral H om e, Tuscaloosa, Ala., Out on Strike JSieep Like Log Huerta. of Tampa; two daughters, Miss Gayle L. Huerta and Curry's Funeral Home, 605 s. Mac Miss Shirley Ann Huerta, both Dill Ave., In charge of local arrange. of Tampa; one son, George ment.. PARIS, Aug. 6 civil aviation navigation }>erson nel went out on a 48-hour pay strike today, seriously hamper ing French airline traffic. I Stop Stomach Gas 3 Tlmea Faster 1 Take Bell-ans table\$ with hot water at bed time . Read in bod until eyes shut. Bell-ans tablets relieve stomach gas due to excess slllmach acid. No harmful drugs. Get Btll-ans today. 35c at Send postal to Btllans, Clrangeburg, N. Y., far liberal free sample. Huerta Jr. of Tampa; two sis ters, Mrs. Angel!na Seijas of Tampa and Mrs. Teresa Wilson of Canada; two brothers, Frank Huerta of Norfolk, Va., and Manuel Huerta of Tampa. PRICES GOOD THRU AUG. 11, 1962 ONLY . i 5-V CRIMP GALVANIZED METAL ROOFING $99S $ 6-ft. Sfleet 7-ft. Sheet 8-ft. Sheet ••••• 1.51 10ft. Sheet •••• 2.16 ••••• 1.73 J2.ft. Sheet .... 2.59 ••••• 1.30 9-ft. Sheet •••• 1.95 ; 1500 Watt HEATING ELEMENT for Hot Water Heaters, 220 Volt BELTS STRIPED GEURIN, FRANK L. -Funeral serv The strike, b a c k e d by all three of. the big labor unions, who passed away in a local hof.ital forced A1r France to cancel all flights from Paris to the Christl cathollc Church, at w h J c h States. Spokesmen here sa1d time a Requiem Mass will be offered tllere would be no Air France t}_e f 1 i g h t s between the United wlll be held Monday night at 7:30 States and Paris until Wednesday. by a daughter, Mrs. D a n 1 e l A. The walk-out began at mid Robicbeau, Temple Terrace; t w o . grandchildren and seven great-grandmgh t. children. _ will follow in Flying navigators were sched-Myrtle HU! MemonaiPark. uled to stay off tile job until GOLDSMITH, JOSEPH B. -Mr. Jo seph R. Goldsmith, 62, of 2920 Bay r.i:.w Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home. Interment will be in Sylvan Abby Cemetery. BARRELL, MRS. MABEL -Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel Harrell, 85, or 1400I Nebraska Ave., will be con ducted Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from Duval's Nor t b s 1 d e Chapel, 10520 Florida Ave., with the Rev. Robert M. Johnson, pastor ol the Castle Heights Baptbt Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. midnight tonight, but non-fly ing navigation workers we r e then to start another 24-hour walkout, making the effective strike a two-day one. Zoo Keeping Gorillas Apart After Fight CINCINNATI, Aug. 6 (JP) Penny and Big Boy were lovers. But he done her wrong and now it's all over. Four years of bliss have been shattered in the split-level cage $ SPECIAL REG. PRICE $269 ttl $2.98 1 POUCHER, MRS. LOLLIE REYNOLDS at the Cincinnati Zoo -Funeral services for Mrs. Lallie 100-pound Penny snuggled m the .arms of Big Boy ADULT'S SPECIAL LIFE JACKET $R3js $319 CHILD'S LIFE JACKET SPECIAL $299 lPANEL OR 2-PANEL 1lfa" Wood Screen Door Aluminum Screen Wire SIZES RefJ. Price SPECIAL 2-6x6" 2-Bx6-8" 3-0x611 # 578 SCREEN DOOR HINGE & PULL SET Brass Plated SPECIAL RefJ. Price 69 89c #93 HEAVY SCREEN DOOR HINGE & PULL SET Brass Plated SPECIAL Reg. Price $149 $1.98 5002 EAST BROAD WAY $6.66 $6.85 $7.7'5 Aluminum SCRfEN WIRE 8' Sq. Ft. By Roll 8453 FLORIDA AVE. fl TWO LOCATIONS, TAMPA, FLORIDA in a local hosJcl'al, will be conducted behmd the picture wmdow bars of the cage . Funeral Home with Rev. L. H. GarMaybe It was the plus-90 degree that did it, but Bi_g will follow in Rose Hlll cemetery. Boy suddenly t u r n e d on his spouse y e s t e r d a y and with flashing teeth cut her back and g a s 11 e d a foot. It took 35 stitches to mend her aft e r attendants had pulled tre quar reling lovers apart. SALVATORE, ELSIE Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie Salvatore, age 63, of 40I8 North B St., who passed away Saturday afternoon in a local hospital, will be held Tues day afternoon Two o'clock at the Chapel of Walters-Howard Funeral Service, opposite the University or Tampa, with Rev. J. Karl Wagner of Unity Temple to officiate. Inter . ment in Myrtle Hlll Memorial Park. They're living apart now and likely to remain so. THE TAMPA TIMES Pabll•bed e v e n I a r a ••adar tbraurb Salurdar by The 'rrlbune Companr from The Trlb1Ult BuildJar, Latarelle and Streets, Tampa, Florida. E.!ltered •• •eeon.d claas maller at the Poll Office at DAclez the Acl ot Subscription 1tatea: Br earrfer liOo per weeki by carrier er mall three mouth $3.110: all: aoalbt $1.801 one J'e&r SlS.60. SubacrlpUon JI&T&ble ill ainnce, Member ot AssoclaleoJ Pre.u , Mealier of Aucllt Bunau o1 Cillo ealalloD. STEVEWS, TONY A.-Funeral services for Mr. Tony A. Stevens. 83, of 107 S. Brevard, who passed away Friday in a local hospital, will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the c hapel of the C . E. Prevatt Fu _ nerai Home, 3419 Nebraska Avenue, ADVERTISEidENT with the Rev. Ludd L . Tanner Jr., tastor of the Oak Park Baptist P'l}ll LIGHTNING-CAUSED Lemay, Mr. James P. Lewis, Mr. Charles Cohn, Mr. Carl Faulk and Mr. James Owens. Interment will follow in Showmen's Rest Cemetery. DAMAGE CAN BE CURTAILED WEILER, HENRI C.Private funeral services for Mr. Henri c. Weiler, age 79, 33IO Granada Ave. Will be held at 4:00 o'clock Monday after noon at Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDlll Ave. The Reverend Don aid L . Erwin, associate minister of the Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Cremation will follow. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS.\ Whr camble wttb death anc1 clestruclton when a a-uaranteed Llghtnlnc Protection System can be tnstallec1 In rour new home at so little additional cost. For a free estimate to oa!et,. Inc . 3631 S.Dal e Mabry Ph. 8316 201 SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., DOWNTOWN TAMPA; NIGHTLY 'TIL 9, NORTH GATE CASUAL SHOP ./check baby's needs and save during our Annual August 0 CURITY GAUZE DIAPERS first quality, quick drying, absorbent, regularly 3.75 ••• sale! 2.77 per do%. 0 RECEIVING BLANKETS-26x34", nursery pattern on white, fancy edgeing ••• regularly 69c each ••• sale! 2 for $1 0 FAMOUS "BABY CHATHAM" CRIB BLANKETS 36x50", rayon / Acrilan acrylic blend, 5" satin bind. ing, large satin giraffe applique; white with pink, blue or yellow ••• regularly 3.98 •.•. sale! 2.99 0 FITTED "PACIFIER" CRIB SHEETS-by Pacific for in sured quality. I 00% cotton, contoured snug fit, pas tels ••• regularly 1.49 •.•••••.••.. sale! 1.19 0 STRETCH CREEPERALLS-Helanca nylon for boy or girl, gripper closing, attached feet, birth to 20 lbs., pastels or white , •• regularly 3.98 .. sale! 1.99 0 SHORT CREEPERS-knit and woven style for boy, plastic lined, gripper crotch closings, si:z:es S-M-L-XL ••• regularly 2.98 ••••••••••••••.. sale! 1.99 0 HANDMADE DRESS SETS-finest cotton batiste, em broidery and lace trims, white or pastels ••• regu. larly 2.98 •••••••••••••••••••••••. sale! 1.99 0 ORLON ACRYLIC SWEATERS-styles for boy and girl, layette si:z:es 12-18 months ••• regularly 2.98 sale! 1.99 0 INFANSEATS-the original seat that protects baby from gift boxed ••• formerly 8.98 "INFANSEAT''-baby birth to one year old, sale! 5.99 0 OUR OWN CRADLECRAFT BRAND KNITS: GOWNS AND KIMONOS-mitten cuffs, drawstring bottom, white or pastels 98e eaeh; prints 1.19 eaeJa 0 SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS-white; side style 2 for 1.50; slip on style ......... 2 for 1.00 0 TRAINING PANTS-triple crotch, double thickness throughout, siz:es 1-2-3, white •••••• 2 for 78e D SACQUE SETS-plastic lined pants, short sleeves, pink or maize with blue .•••.••••••••• 1.98 set 0 BRON-SHOE SALE-every Bron-Shoe style will be reduced 25% for the period of August 6th through August 31st. This special price applies to Bronze finish only. Select your style from catalogue in our Infants' Department. 0 SPECIAL CLEARANCE ON INFANTS' LAYETTE ITEMS: Sacque Sets! Shoes! Gifts Sets! Feeding Items! AND MORE! Shop early for best selections! Maas' In/ants' Wear ••• available all Maas' Stores excepe Gandy Blvd. Including : Maaa' Casual Shop, North Gate 1 BUY EVERYTIDNG YOU NEED FOR BABY • • • WITH A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNT • ) 1! u : s c is b • vc cl at fi e: cl e t s c vc er Pl is fi YJC N d m m VE rth • •


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