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Help Civic Units Attendance-Make Them Social Clubs SEVENTIETH 209 Poll Shows Pros-Cons On Mascot By MONTES and JACK McCLINTOCK "I don't know why we had to have a mascot, at all," was Colman Rutkins reaction to the announcement of the new university mascot, Golden Brahmas. To this he added: "If a design was needed for the school ring, there are classic Greek scrolls thal could have been used. Golden Brahmas is a better choice than Barracudas, however. " USF's mascot contest has stirred up much interest. Opin sampled last week, during the voting , ranged from unqualified suppmt of some entries. to sardonic dismay, to dismal apathy. Most seemed to favor the Buccaneers, though there was outspoken loyalty to others. Buccaneers Popular MORE USF NEWS ON PAGE 4 OUR MAN AT THE CAPE ALL SYSTEJ}IS GO • THE TAMPA TIMES TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1962 University Of South Florida Campus Edition PRICE FIVE CENTS Group Selects Buccaneers Over Brahmas As Mascot New Winner G ,ets Nod After Question Resolved -------------------------------------------------By SARAH CALDWELL EDITORIAL Just a Lot of Bull? ------------------------------------------------Little Man on Campus "It's my required texts for "P.E.'-'-No r .eadingwe just have to carry 'em around." By LORETTA GOLDSTEIN Gladstone Catches Schirra • Takeoff-Go, Walter, Go! LIFTOFF! GOING •. GOING .•• ' -Photps B:r Jamea Gla••'-GOING ... GOING ... GOING •.• GONE!

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October 8, 1962 HELP WANTED -staff Photo by Dan J. Pa(er At least one resident in the 4400block of Melrose near Coleman Junior High School says complaints have been made to city officials for a year that attention should be given to improving the street. No results, the resident says. This spot in photo is said to have water perennially, and often is in quagmire condition. A public works spokesman said the place has been checked and will be filled. ED BLACKBURN SR. Sheriff1s Father Dies at Negro Dentist Seeks Georgia Senate Seat ATLANTA Oct. 8 (UPD -Dr. Roy Bell, Negro dentist and leader in the local desegrega tion movement, announced ,yes terday his candidacy for a seat in Georgia's newlyreappor tioned state senate. He is the first Negro since Reconstruction Days to seek a seat in the Georgia Legislature. Bell, special projects direc tor of the Rev. Martin Luther King' s Southern Christian Lead ership Conference CSCLCl, is seeking to represent the 35th District. It is one of seven senate districts in Fulton {At lanta) County and one of the two made up predominately of Negroes. "I will seek everyone's sup port in my efforts to make this a better community in which to live," Bell said. "I believe by successfully seeking public office I will be better able to serve all of the people of the community in which I live." Fulton County formerly had one senate seat. R. Ed B1ackburn Sr., 79, for-married Mary . Edmondson in Florida at Lake City. a..----------...1 mer Tampa tax assessor and 1909 at Plant C1ty. . in 1905 and also Rollins College. father of Ed . Mr. I!lacltburn has been active He was a member of tlie Sem d1ed last mght at m many facets of the busmess . Tamp a General world. For many years he was mole Heights Methodist Church, ' • "'\ Hospital. He had a special agent for the Pruden-the Knights of Pythias, Florida suffered a stroke tial Insurance Co. and operated Sheriff's Association (honorary), last Monday. his own real estate and msur-. . A resident of ance office. At the time of his Wmdhorst Masomc. and 6002 Suwanee, death he was with Jackson was active 10 the Mr. B 1 a c k burn Logan, Inc., insurance firm. Shrme.. . . . had reside d in He served two years of a Surv1vors mcludc hts wtdow Tamp a for 62 four-year term as city tax as-son, R. E . Blackburn Jr.; years, h a vi n g sessor from 1943 to 1945. At daughter, Mrs. lVJary Jane Gloye come here from this time the office was consoli-of Tampa, and three grandchll-DeSoto County in dated with that of the county dren. 1900 . A native of tax assessor. Blount Funeral Home BJackbum D a d e City, he Mr. Blackburn attended East charge of arrangements. Deaths in Tampa, Elsewhere MRS. ANNA: R. WATSON Mrs. Anna Rainie Watson, 87, of 4206 N. Hubert Ave., died at her home Saturday morning. A native of Campbellford, On tario, Canada, she had been a resident of Tampa for 13 years. She was a member of the Hu-months. She was a member of bert •Avenue Baptist Church. the Alabama Hospital Associa Survivors include, her ,hu sband, tion, Alabama Nurses AssociaAiex Watson, of Tampa; two tion, and a m e m be r of the daughters, Mrs. Ruth Long and Baptist Church of Tallassee, Mrs. Clara Dinsmore, both of Ala. She is survived by her bus Tamp a one brother, Arden band, Mitchell G. Nichols, Tam Raime of Toronto Canada; two pa; one son, Samuel L. Riggins, and two great-of. Gadsden, A:la.; two step-sons, funeral NotleCeS grandchildren. Mttchell E. Ntchols, and Jeffer son S. Nichols, both of Tampa; .tLFIERJ , MRS. CONCETTA ANDREW HALLOCK JR. one step-daughter, Mrs. Nita 2J1r Andrew Hallock Jr., 64, of Dannelly of Denver, Colo., and Monday at 2 p . m . from the A . P. Rt. 1, Box 286, Tampa, passed two granddaughters. Boza W . Tampa .chapel with Inter away yesterday morning in a ment in La ltali a Cemetery. Sur M S AL C GLASS v ivors include two daughters, .Mr.,. Tampa hospital. A native of New R • ICE • Crist.ina Cannena and Mrs. Angd,eADJ York he had lived in Tampa Mrs Alice C Glass 78 8305 Dio i three sons: Paul, Sam, an n ' . . . , , drew Alfieri; one siste r. Mrs. Car 15 years. He was a member of Klondyke St., d 1 e d Saturday meta P u 1 eo; 10. grandchildren Tampa Grange No. 175 and a morning at a Tampa hospital. A five great-grandchildren. Pallbearero . th d f T steve Dl Dlo, Joe canne11a, Nilo member of e Boar o rus-native of Troy, Ala., she had Jaime, Oscar Miranda, EAmlfeist. Pulaeond tees, of St. John's Lutheran lived in Tampa 12 years. She Peter Puleo Sammy er1. Ch h H d b. h' h Wayne Allier'!. The family be at urc • e 18 surv1ve Y 1S was a member of t e Ftrst the home of the daueh1Jr at widow, Anna Hallock, Tampa; Methodist Church Phenix City the 'Joseph one brother: Hallock, Ala. Survivors her catholic Church. Beacon, N . Y .; one stster, Mrs. band, Bernard Glass of Tampa; Marian Weed, Oneonta, N.Y.; two sons, Warren Glass of Tam one step-daughter, Mrs. Nancy pa and Ral_ph Glass of Lufkin, Smith, of Tampa; two grand-Texas; two sisters, Mrs. G . C . JIAZEN, EDWARD L.Fu n era l •erv ice& or Mr. Edward L . Haze'!• age 70. 3511 San PeciJ'o Ave. will be held at 2 :00 o'clock Monday after noon at Curry's Funeral Home, 605 s. MaeOlll Ave. The Reverend J. T i tu s Aldridge, Pastor of the P":lma Cela Baptist Church, will offtclate. Interment will follow In Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. children. Wynn of Tampa and Mrs. N. SYLVAN F BIHN W. Flora of Columbus, Ga.; a : brother, H. H. Coulter of Tampa Sylvan Frank 86,. of Rt . and three grandchildren. 2, Box 661, Plant Ctty, d1ed yesp;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;, E. AUSTIN ELLIS, N.D. Announ ... Opening of Hie Office ,or Non-Surgical TreAtment of PROSTATE, HERNIA 6 HEMORRHOIDS on what this memorial . is saying to you .nd others who pass. "I mark e hallowed spot." "The name I bear is a noble " one. "I expect fo remain here for centuries. " "I serve beeeusa someone lived end someone loved and remembered. " "I will proc:laim that to gen. erati ons yet unborn \ " "I am a smybol of 'eulturt and progress." "The Creator who made you, made me." Our business is to dress the stone and add the artistic touchn •nd proporti on. May we serve you? TURNER MARBLE & GRANITE CO., INC. . 2601 E . Broadway 17th Ave. ) Tampa, Fla. Phone 248 J,UBRANO, MRS. AMPARQ-Funeral services for Mrs. Amparo Lubrano, 67 of 913 W. Columbus Dr ., will be h eld Monday at 4 P.M. !rom t.he A. P. Nebraska Chapel W)th interment in Woodlawn Survivors Include her husband, An tonio Lubrano; one daug'hter. Mrs. Rose Mercur io; three sons, VIcente, Benito and Tony Lubrano; 3 slstet.s, Mr s. Asuncion Ordieres, Mrs. Mana Pena and Mra. Josefa Ordleres; 7 grandchildren and one great-grand child Pallbearer s: Henry Santos. Jimmie Scanio, Manuel Duran, Ton y Ares, Dr . D aniel Lubrano, Ralph Mercurio, Romero Rodrig uez and Frank Perez Jr. A Requiem Ma55 will be held Monday at 10 A.M. rom the O.L.P. H . Catholic C hur c h . Honorary pallb e arers: D. Valenti, Vito Muley, Jimmie Barone, Ralph Godlnet, Nick Brown. Or. Gustavo Cabarruy, Daniel . Lubra n o Sr.. An dres Lubrano, Willie Mateo, Frank Perez Sr. and Vincent Scanio. terday morning in Plant City. A native of Va11ey City, Ohio, he had live d in Plant City the past eight years. He is survived by two sons, George Bihn, and John B i h n of Ft. Recovery, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Fran-ces Fullenkamp, Plant City, and I Mrs. Claude Knapke, of New !! Weston, Ohio; one sister, Mrs. Martha Shafer, of Valley City, ,Ohio; 24 grandchildren, several !JJCBOLS, MRS. JULIA E. -Funeral services for Mrs. Julia E . Nichols, 69, of 8501 N. Newport, will be conducted Tue sday morning at 10 o'c lock from the Garden Chapel, Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave., with the Rev . Jack Fisher, pastor o f the Ta m pa Heights Presbyterian Church, of flclatlng . Inter ment will follow !n Woodlawn Cemetery. Pallbearer• will be: John Allee, Homer Childs, Bill Brittenham, F r e d C l ark, Hubert Burdett, and Happy NorrJ.s. The re mains will lie In state at the resl denee u n t II 1 0 o 'clock M o n d a Y evening. PEREZ. AURELIOFuneral services for Mr. Aurelio Perez, 79, o! 2105 15th St.. will be held Monday a t 2 P.M. from the A. P . Boza Nebraska Chapel with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery . nieces and nephews. AURELIO PEREZ Aurelio Perez, 79, o 2105 15th St. died Saturday a fter noon at a Tampa hospital. A na tive of Cuba, he had lived In Tampa 45 years and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mercedes Perez, of Tampa; three daugh ters, Alicia, Wilmena, and Ner eida Perez, in Cuba; three sons, Danilo Perez and Adabello Pe rez in Cuba and Oneli.o Calafell In Tampa. WAYNE MASSEY Herman Massey, 13, of 8613 13th St., died Sunday morning in a local hospita!. \i A native Tampa, W a y n e was a victim o f a rare blood dis-ease, a p I a s t i c anemia. He had been ill s i n c e May. He had ' completed S u 1 -phur S p r i n g s Elementry School, where he Rundle, 35, of 5016 Dickens Ave., was a member of were held Monday morning at 10 the school band. Wayne Survivors inelude his parents, 1\tlr. and Mrs. Cela Methodist Church, otficlatlng. Herman C. Massey, and the fol Crematlon followed. lowing uncles and aunts, Mr. WATSON, MRS. ANNA RAINIE Funera l services for Mrs. Anna Rainie Watson, 87. of 4206 N. Hubert Avenue, who passed away Saturday mornine at her residence w!U be conducted this afternoon al 2 o'clock 1rom the Hubert A venue Baptist Church, with the Rev. Fred E. • Gardens, C . E . Prevatt Funeral Home, 3419 Nebraska Avenue, in charge of arra n gements . CARD OF THANKS-We wish to ex press our flncere thanks and appre cialio n to an our friends and neigh bors for all the ldndneso and sym. pathy s hown ill the recent bereave ment of my beloved wile, Alia. H . S tallard . THE STALLARD FAMILY ADVERTISEMENT 1Sieep Like Log Slop Stomach Gas 3 Times Faster ake Bellans tablets with hot water at bed me. Read in bed until eyu shut. Bellans blets relieve stomach aas due to excm 11tomach acid. No harmful drugs. Get Bell-ans today. 35< at druggists . Send postal to BeiJ.ans, Orangeburg, N. Y., for liberal fru $ample. and Mrs. Arthur Massey, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Massey a n d Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Strickland, all of Tampa. He was a member of Narth si d e Baptist Church. MRS. JULIA E . NICHOLS Mrs. Julia E . Nichols, 69 , of 8501 N. Newport, died Saturday afternoon in a Tampa hospital. A native of Birmingham, Ala., s h e had 1 i v e d in Tampa 13 WE PAY ,TOP DOLLAR FOR Used 55-Gallon STEEL DRUMS Bring small lots to our plant; our trucks will Dick UD Iaroe quantitiu a n y w h • r • in the lOUth, ASPHALT PRODUCTS CO. 912 RUBY STREET PHONE 229-1824 , YOU MEAN YOU'LL CHECK AND CLEAN MY HOME HEATING SYSTEM FREE! YES, IF YOU'LL CALL US NOW ••• BE FORE THE RUSH! If you' re a Peoples customer, ....... __ _. .... and call right away we'll "chec k you out" for w inte r with no service . charge at all. And if you want this kind of 100% service which Peoples gives, but is h ard to find elsewhere these days ••. ca II for a free survey and estimate on NATURAL GAS HOME HEATING SHOP SATURDAY 'TIL 5:30 P.M. , DOWNTOWN TAMPA; 'TIL 9 P.M. 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I ' Briton's Iron Nerve Falters Before Wedding STAMFORD, England, Oct. 8 (JP)-The iron nerve of Harold Bromley, rock-steady when pi loting an H-bomb plane, cracked at the approach of his wedding day. After mailing off 100 wedding invitation s, he dashed to the post office and tried to stop t hem. Then he cancelled the reception and put the wedding cake up for sale. The 36-year-old flight lieu tenant in the Royal Air Force was brought around by his pro spective mother-in-law. His mar riage to 27 -year-old Betty Footitt went ahead as planned last Saturday. Mrs. Sarah Footitt said, "I talked to him and in the end persuaded him to pluck up courage. He admitted that after :36 years as a bachelor the thought of married life worried h i m." ADVERTISEMENT Stops Asthmatic Choking Quickly Asthme comes from allergic, toxic , ond nervous disorders , etc., bvt the 1 cause of the asthmatic ng or • attack is the inflammation of tho bronchial tub&s. This inflammation ; reduces the diameter of the bron ' chial lubes and prevents the free and normal pauage of air. A for ' mula has been perfoocted that quick oly stops th& Inflammation of the bronchial tvbH, lets you expel phlegm and breathe freely . NEOASMA Is the nome of this won derful pi"'duct thot oomes In easy to take toblell, individually eello phone wrapped for your conv&n• fence . Ask for NEOASMA • • • It quickly stops Asthma choking . NEOASMA Against asthma attacks. N-3 RE I T NEWS TRENDS • ANALYSES GUIDES. U.S. Doubling Viet Nam Heicopter Force The United States is almost doubling its helicopter force in South VietNam. In addition to two new Army companies of just arrived 20 H-21 helicopters, two more are on the way and a company of new Hula jet turbine choppers has been arriving piecemeal over the past two and a half months. The addi tions will give the U.S. a total of 184 helicopters in Viet Nam. Informed sources say the goal is one company for each of Viet Nam's nine Army d i visions, or a total of 204. All but the 20 Hulas are capable of carrying a squad of troops each. European Drift Back to Algeria Seen French officials see hopeful signs of what could be the beginnings of a drift back to Algeria by the 600,000 Europeans who fled to France. For the first time since last June, the numbers of returnees bas exceeded the numbers of those still fleeing to France by boat and plane. Algeria desperately needs French technicians and French know-how. De Gaulle Confident on Referendum President Charles de Gaulle remains supremely confi dent that the French people will back him solidly in the Oct. 28 constitutional referendum. De Gaulle is demanding changes to make the French president elected directly by the people. He opposed bY politicians who see in his plan for a strong presidency the end of the parliamentarian system. De Gaulle ' s confidence is not reflected by some political ex perts who believe be might obtain no more than, and pos sibly less than, (lO per cent of the vote. In such an event, De Gaulle might decide to quit. Britain, France Square Off on Mart Talks Britain and France square off again this week in re newal of Brussels negotiations over the British application for membership in the European Common Market. Britain' s desire for a decision before the end of the year will be pressed by Lord Privy Seal Edward Heath. Strongly favoring British entry are Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and Italy. But De Gaulle still counts on support from West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and intends to make the terms as tough as possible . Mr. K Acting Uninterested in U.N. Meet Nikita Khrushchev continues to play the part of a man very much uninterested in attending either the current ses sion of the United Nations General Assembly in New York or meeting with Presiden t Kennedy in Washington. While his future plans remain unannounced , he continues his leisurely tour of Soviet agricultural areas in central Asia. SCHOOL BIBLE READING THE TAMPA Tll\IES, Monday, October 8, 1962 s High Court Faces New Religion Issues WASHINGTON, Oct. 8 {UPDNew York prayer decision de-l arguments some time this term eral panel in Philadelphia last Other appeals where religion The Supreme Court faced more from challenges of . • and will hand down writ-Feb. 1 ruled Bible reading plays a part deal with an Ore religion-in-school problems toBaltimore mother and a Umten opm10ns. an unconstitutional "est a b-gon law under which parochial day at its first business session tarian _co u ' p 1 e Abing!on Last June 25. court ruled Ushment of religion." schools are supplied with text of the 1962 _63 term. . Township, Pa., to Bible readmg that state offiCials may not The case was started by Mr. books at public expense, and a Th a ong the ispart o_f public school opena and compel and Mrs. Edward L. Schempp, Kentucky case challenging the ese were m mg exercises. Its use m publlc schools. It forwho have two children in the . sues the justices have been In the Baltimore case, reci.tabade use in New Hyde Abington Township schools. leas.mg_ to a Cath _ olic or-grappling with in private con tion of the Lord's Prayer also schools of a ?on-denom1-The Maryland Court of Aphasterence during the past week. was an issue. The Lord' s Prayer national prayer wntten by the peals , on the other hand, upheld P m Wl pu lC funds . The appeals came In during is used in Abington Township, state board of regents. the Bible reading. Mrs. Mada-. too, but it is not required by The Maryland and Pennsyl-lyn E. Murray, who describes the summer adJOurnment. state law and is not a factor in vania cases now being appealed herself as an atheist, appealed Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, the suit. were decided in opposite ways that ruling . Her son, William J. who was sworn in last Monday , If the court agrees to examby lower courts. Murray III, is in a Baltimore has been having his first look ine these disputes, it will hear A special three-judge fedschool. "behind the scenes." In past years as a top-flight labor attorney he has argued important cases at the high court's bar. A kind of sequel to last term's Italian Sexton Loses Battle With Bell Rope BRESCIA, Italy, Oct. 8{JP)The sexton of the local church, 50-year old Enrico Tonati, was ringing the four heavy bells in the church tower for morning service as usual Saturday morn ing. A bell rope wrapped around one of his legs and pulled him up with a clang. Enrico was left dangling head down and 15 feet off the floor. He shouted for help until he lost consciousne,ss. When the bells failed to ring at noon, the villagers rushed to the tower. It took nearly two IJours to revive Enrico, and he was too weak to talk until yesterday. "Maybe now I can claim a world record-three hours s us pended by one leg, head down," he said with a chuckle. Hl!s poor health made you uninsurable? It can come to many people-a serious health problem before they own enough life insurance to meet their family's minimum requirements. If this has happened to you or if your application for insurance has been declined on a medical basis recently, we suggest !fOil check with the Man from Manufacturers. He represents a company that practices the maxim that life insurance should be available to as wide a group of people as possible. Over the past two decades many people who earlier would have been unable to buy life insurance anywhere have qualified for Manufacturers Life policies. Manufacturers Life was, for example, a pioneer in offering life insurance to men and women with diabetes. Whatever your physical condition yon can be sure of careful and individual consideration of your application at the Manufacturers Life. See the Man from Manufacturers Guy E. Burnette Representative TAMPA Tell 252-5711 BACK HOME We were at asleep when the at 2:00 a.m. It was Fnd, our night par• ter, and he was quite excited. "It's here, it's here! The missing statue! When I went out front, there it was, by the door-cove' red with a paper sack! It's baek! _It's back! "The statue!" Thank you Tom. thank you people. Bern Cocktails Served All Major Credit Carib Mon.-Bat. 5-12: Bun. 5-10:30 p.m. BERN'S STEAK HOUSE 1208 South Howard Phone 253-9302, 252-3891 -l BUts , N. Ba.yshore Royal Hot-Ill . • , Announcing • • • three ol the best reasons lor liking a ear you ever. laid eyes on. ,( . . :O:J'SIN::EY...:I1."'l....c== .. . I. 2. 3. They all belong to WideTraek Pontiac '63. And II tbat isn't enough to set you yearning lor a Pontiac ol your own, come in a little closer. :r ou'll see interiors styled as delightlully as Pontiac's outside. And tben there's a lull comple• ment ol vigorous Trophy V • l's ••• sell• adjusting brakes ••• a host ol little niceties that'll keep your Pontiac bealtby longer. But maybe tbose three reasons we sbowed you are enougb lor you. Fear not-you're In good company. And a lot ol it. SEE THE CAR THAT'S EVEN NICER THAN THE '62 PONTIAC AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER'S TODAY PACE PONTIAC, INC • .1.101.-.1.115 FLORIDA AVE., PHONE 229-7101, TAMPA, FLA. '

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4 THE TAMPA TIMES, 1\londay, October 8. 1962 GROUP CALLED 'GREAT' University of South Florida String Quartet stand ing, left to right: .John .Tartaglia, USF Dr. Armin J. Watkins, associate professor of mus1c; Prof. Edward Preodor, professot of music; and seated: Margery Enix, instructor of music. BAY CRUISE, NIGHT CLUB IM Uc 51 t N A t . •t I Women Begin I By JACKIE MONTES ... Holid,y f bowling contests been scheduled for Oct. 20 and by the Mustc Comm1ttee, the . Comm.-Exhibition uctos another Stereo Dance in the or more students ea.ch. While among intramural teams DAY, 9 Records for the dance will be gram men,_ there are e 1ght Florida Lanes): sentatives of community, colm the Tampa Bay area, and AU Day Draw1.11gs USA Univ. GLalylery spun by Jim Battlett, . a member women, mcludmg one accountt d b b f f th USF B d t' Cl b MondaySiges vs. Paide la; Anti-lege and professional thEaters poe rea. Y mem ers .0 u .s. Arts & Exhibits o e roa cas mg u ing major, Mary Ann Hauswald, phides vs. Tri-Sis. from throughout the state exUSF s Penmsular Players, J1m . . .Comm.-Exhlbitlon UCIOB Dancing lessons will be given who is assigned to the National F'Ia No. 1; Fia peeled to attend. Woodall and .John Sikes. 1 '20 uc200 today at 3:30 in the Ballroom. Aeronautics and Space AdminWednesday-Fides vs. Alpha East I; Production of Shakespearean Night Club Club . uc202 There are still some openings istration Launch Operations 0 b 3 "11 b th U.S.F. Literary Soc. UC204 ln the class \Vhich i's taught by C t t C Canaveral Fla •'P plays and musicals will be dis-cto er 1 WI e e open-u.c. Movie comm. UC205 en er a ape , West I; AIXha West III vs. Alpha West cussed at the convention and ing date of USF's night club, u.c. Lessons. Comm. US221 Martha Ann Dennis. Most of the Work-Study stu-II BOWLING an example of each will be The Poise 'n Ivy. Tickets for uc222 dents believe their experience Team w L staged for the convention dele-the dance will be on sale all u.c. Arts & Exhibits N B •Id • will prove valuable in their fu-Otrlce 7 1 . gates. The Peninsular Players week at the U.C. desk and are Allen, Theuc226 ew Ul Ing ture work and studies. The atm Math ?f the. University of South $2.00 per will be 2 ,30 . TAT of the program is to balance P!'ysical Plant No. 1 .......... 6 6 tda Will present a spec1al mat1-only 200 tickets avatlable. Each P courfe T H Th work experience with formal edl :::::::::::::: STRING QUARTET Performance Gets nee performance of "Hamlet" ticket provides for table reser-.Joanne Toretta UC264. 0 ouse e ucation, blending theory with Educational Resources ...... 4 8 C tl f h t d t 4 p m F1a UC202 d" t G . Physical Plant No. 2 . 3 9 Oct. 20, and Tampa ommumty va. on, re res. men s, an _en er5 ;00 p:m:=Delphl uc226 . practice, accor mg o emge High Individual,._Walt Williams, 187; Good Reception Theater will stage the musical tamment durmg intermissiOn. A 5:30 p.m.-F.E.A .. student . E • I• . H. Miller, director of Work-Jerry McCabe 176; Harvey 114; "Damn Yankees" Oct. 21. different band ':"ill be featured 6:00 Practice piscopa Ians Stu"dy. . ' m: LoUISe War , 152; Directing for the Peninsular each month .. Tht s . CBand Room> S tudents interested i!l Players will be Jack Clay, Lake his band Will provtde 6 '30 The first Episcopal services up for the program, mcludmg Norma Davis, 444: Louise Ward. 412; assistant professor of Iine arts the mustc. Arote LS272 on campus were held at the first semester freshmen, should BOWLING The University String Quar-lent comparison of styles. Quar tet gave its first performance tet No. 1, Opus 49 , is the best of the year last Tuesday evening work of Shostakovich in the in the TA. And what a per-last 25 years. It shows more formance it was! The quartet imagination than any other reached an early climax as their comparable work in the con rendering of Beethoven's Quar-temporary period. at USF. Anita Grannis will di-Jackie Diaz, chairman of the 7 '00 newly constructed Bishop Wll-pick up an application in the (As or Oct. 2) rect the Community Theater dance CQmmittee explained the Cieo . UC226 liam Francis Moses Student Work-Stu. dy Office, AD 1070. At Team Se1 o 8 re 1 d . U C Recreabon Comm C t t d Th "'70 000 t th b f PE Majors . 1 pro uctton. Dupllcate Bridge en er yes er ay. e "' , presen , ere are _a num er o Enotas Gold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . 1657 Guest speaker at the conven-USF Art Is Shown WEDNESDAY, ocT. 10 building, first to be built on openings for business adminisCieo ........................ , ..... 1632 tion will be Alan Freedman, a All Day "Draw1.11gs USA" Unlv, campus for stu wo.rship, liberal. arts, _engineer:::::::::::::::: : young Broadway director well Two university professors and u.s. Arts & Exhibits • was begun m the sprmg of 1962, mg, and education maJors. StuBeta N West ............... .. . 1o3J qualified to discuss both types three students have works of i:25 Bggg and s t i 11 is. !lot dents desiring. with :f;s .. :::::::::::;::::.: of productions. He has had con-art on display in the Non-Jewish student Union UC205 complete m parts .of the edthce. the Space A.dmtmstratlon --.---------siderable experience in direct-Juried Members Exhibit now UC214 pr. J. Fred Dtckman, chapapplication lmmedtately EngineerS TO tet in C Major, Opus 59, No. 3. The final selection of the left little to be desired. evening, Glazunov's Four Novel-The first movement, reputed lettes, Opus 15. is most unique. to be most difficult to interpret, It features music unusually was handled magni'ficently . The light for a string quartet. Its second movement was high-only shortcoming is, perhaps, lighted by the pizzicato of that Glazunov uses more con Joist, Margery Enix. The entire ventional harmony and thereby work was, on the whole, pro-does not fully capture the exfoundly executed in the intona-pressiveness available in Jthe tions and other technical as-various themes. ing Shakespearean plays and open at the Tampa Art InstiBusiness Leaders lam to Episcopal students at as tt take:; his musical credits include last tute. They are art professors: .o.rg. UC264 USF, celebrated Holy Com-months to gam secunty clea1-M • T spring's Broadway production Harrison Covington and Claude TBl\ mun.ion at the .two morning ance. The work period will eet In ampa Of "The Gay Life" and the Lon-w. Houk and art students: RoStaff UC226 serviCes. Dr. Dickman intro-start Dec. Th C at Ed c t"on . .. . 5:00 p.m.-U.S. Lessons Comm. d d t l"t 1 e oope1 1ve u a 1 don productions of West Stde berta Hanson, Jim Felter and Beginning Bridge uc108 uce. a_nc1en I urg1ca cere-Emptoyers and students par-Division of the American So-Story" and "Bells Are Ringing." Robert Stackhouse. 6:15 p.m.-u.c. Pr9gram momes m the 10 a.m. service. ticipating in the current work ciety for Engineering Education 7:00 Francais wafers • . symbolizing period include: has selected Tampa for its 1963 SOCIETIES ALSO ACTIVE 8:00 p .m.-u.s.F. Civil War offermgs of worshippers, were First Federal Savings & Loan Midwinter conference which pects. The depth of understand-In closing, I personally be ing reached its zenith in the lleve that anyone who does not Fugue, perhaps the finest single avail themselves of the next op performance of the evemng. portunity to hear one of the University Choir Officers Elected 11 uc226 placed near the door. Assoc. of Tampa-John S. Carr. will be held Jan. 21-23, accord-All Day "Drawings USA" Unlv. Services began with morning First National Bank of Tampa lng to George H. Miller, direc-u.c. Arts & Exhibits prayer. worship, then the con--Manuel Balserio, Jr. tor of the Work-Study CooperaThe last two selections were finest string quartets in the outshone by Beethoven, but is doing himself a grave gave the audience an excelIDJUsttce.-L.S. Comm.-Exhlbtuon UCI06 gregatiOn sang the ancient Florida Power Corp offices tive Program at the University i:25 p.m.-Botega Art Club UC203 h t T D L d Th ., . Tri-SIS uc223 c an e eum au amus. e in St. Petersburg-Gerald Herof South Flonda. 6:00 p.m.-Christian Life TBA gospel for the day, usually pro-ley Miller said the Causeway Inn 6:30 UC264 claimed .from the altar, General Telephone Co.-Daid has been selected as the con-. Exec_!!tive council was earned out mto the co_nH . Brewer. ference headquarters but sev7 uc226 grcgatlon to be read, symbohz-General Electric Co., Pinellas eral of the sessions will be held All Day "Drawings USA" Unlv. Gallery ing the SPread of the word Park Plant-Lawrence Valdes. at the University which w i 11 u.c. Arts & Exhibits LY among the people. Hillsborough County Board of serve as con.ference host. Campus Notices 1More Jobs INFLUENZA VACCINE The second polyvalent influenza vac Th St d . t c:ine InoculatiOns will l>e given staff an u en s members by Student Health Center. Anyone who did not have two inocula ttons last year but had h11 first one U1 September of this year should now have the second inoculation. The inoc ulatlons are scheduled to be given between 1 and 4 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 9 and 10. Staff mem bers with last n a m e s beginning A through M •hould go to the fourth floor of University Center on Tuesday, Oct. 9; those with last name• beginning N through z. on Wednesday, information contact Ed Taube:oo UCIOB f"cThef ;m, ofdPublic dlnsJtrukctiTonh-Mbax Approximately 100 man. u.c. 'Dance comm. UC248 1 es or an er ur). u an son an a_c Oin. urg a are expected to attend the meet-The UNVERSITY CHOIR has 11 t d t i t t d 1 tl SATURDAY, ocT. u the church, and w1ll contain East Bay Htgh School, Martha ing including representatives of By CHARLOTTE FRESE new Offlcers and new Ideas . The A s u en s n e n 1e All Day "Drawlngs USA" Univ. Gallery ample room for a meeting-place Ce,ra at Forrest Hills Elemen6rt ' 11 d i t h visual arts are lnv1ted to at-. LY . ' u co eges an un vers1 1es av-new officers, recently elected to t d th t' f BOTEGA u.c. Arts & Exh1blts library, and an apartment for tary School; Sandra Hazelton at ing a cooperative education pro-serve for 1962 -6 3, are: Presien e mee mgs o ' Comm.-Exhlbltlon UCiOB two sextons the library Buchanan Junior . f Thursday in UC 205, .the 9 :00 High Schooi, Clayton J. Keiser gbral? and. redpresentattves rom The USF student personnel dent, Jean Casagrande; vice free hour at 1 : 25 n.m. Thts 1S a SUNDAY. 'ocT. H UC248 D All T S k at the Ubrar Chamberlain Hi n usmess, m. ustry. and govern-office reports that in the last president, Richard J. Winters; student organization established All Day "Drawings USA" Unlv. Gallery r. en 0 pea S h l D" y, C F d g d ment agencieS Which are coop-four months more jQbs have secretary-treasurer, P a t ric i a to promote the visual arts at LY The first in a series called c 00 ; tane ernan ez an erative employers. become available.than there are Williams; 1 i bra ria n, Anne USF. uctns KNOW YOUR UNIVERSITY F. Clark: library, Florida institutions ex-pected students to fill these positions. Wright; managers, James Rog-Members of the 8:30 p.m.-Wesley Foundation UC226 will be given on Tuesday, Oct. ServJCeh Center •. d and Mlfrft.am to represented at. the .meet-• Most Of these J'obs, made ers and Gerald Brandon; pub-1 k t h. t h . b . • 9 during the free period when Tanen aus, gut ance 0 tce, mg mclude the Umvers1ty of . . J A p P an s e c mg nps, ex 1 ll-, Fr h A d d • Plant High School available to USF students llcJty and htstonan, o nn or-and art auctions Plans are now eS man War e Dr. John S. Allen speaks on . . Flonda, Flonda State Umverthrough the personnel departter fine arts council represen-d f t•t the "President Reports" International Mmerals and sity Stetson Florida Presbyte-Applying ! n V d . un er way or a compe 1 lVe ex-$200 Scholarship . Chemical Corp Bartow Joe L . ' n ' . . ment, are offered by outside an enpe; in which the winner will Dr. Allen will speak on the Saunders. ., . Co ege, Umverstty of Mt-WORK STllDY business merchants. Any posi-honal hbranans, Gerald Bra recetve an art supply scholar-Phyllis Solomon, University progress of the University up to M B. th T d ami and USF. A number o! workstudy cooperative lions USF cannot promptly fill don Jean Casagrande Judy h " A f t t d th t . aas IO ers, ampa own----------Oct. 10 . program openings are available for are then opened to the Univer-Rhe'inberger and Rus-s 1p. ny. me a r s or ar e u-of South Florida freshman, has e presen time. town store-Danio Bazo . Smothers Brothers students bea:inninlt Trimester III. in 11 ' catiOn maJOr With 2.3 qradc been awarded a $200 scholarship Northside Bank of Tampawhich stud•nts report to work the slty of Tampa students. se . . pomt average and SIX hours or Howard Jamieson On Oct. 12, the Smothers week of Dec. 3 1. There :ue openings Although a recent reduction One of the new ide.as that the more of art studio is eligible by fhe North Tampa Business SEEN ON Polk County of Public Brothers will appear in a show in education and various in the number of jobs available choir. plans to put mto effect and should contact Ron Bouve-and Professional Women's Club. Instruction, Bartow _ Sharyn at Tampa Municipal Auditaareas or business Including accounting on campus ;vas caused by the soon IS the holdmg of open r.e-rot, prestdent, for fur-The scholarship, named the CAMPUS Symes. rium. Tickets for the event are and finance. Students must have 2 . 0 current legislative bill, it is hearsals. These rehearsals ther details. . Eleanor Gilbert M e m 0 r i a 1 Pinellas County Board of Pubavailable in Mr. Duane Lake' s or ootter and a minimum or 21 college hoped that the new budget gtve students, fa c .u 1 t Y, The CIVITAN CLUB will S h . Sign on rec. room door: lie Instruction _ Morton S office in the UC. credits at the end of the current tri which will be in effect in two friends an opportumty io VIeW meet Wednesday, Oct. 10, at C olarship 10 honor of the late USF Poll at Board offices in Clear--------------mester. Students should applY in the yE•ars will raise the nu. mber. of the group in actual rehearsal . .: The meeting will be former president of the club, zoo-\"ater. l , Loren Padelford, Melvyn Pbii-Work.-Study omce CAD 1070' campus jobs to an all-ttme The for the. rehearsa held m UC.167. . is given annually to a girl stu-ENTRANCE Orange County. Board of Publips, Gary Rhoden, Paul Rice, The Post Presently, the. pbersonnel office wctll bet held mll There will. be a meetmg. dent selected by the university. lie Instruction-Carol Boynton. James E. Scott, Glenn V. SwanOffice are 9-ll a.m. and 2-4 p.m .. fills such avatla le campus po-verstty en e r, WI e all students mterested in JOIDL b Paul Smith Construction Co. son, and Clifford Wood, all at Monday through Friday. and sitions as library attendants, nounced later. ing an intramural JUDO CLUB, yle Gil ert, husband of the The Tampa Times -Richard Hernandez. the Launch Operations as listed 10 the new a j workers and laboratory The SAILING CLUB will Wednesday, Oct. 10 in UC 257. late Mrs. Gilbert, has assisted Hillsborough County Board at Cape Canaveral; and James uOLlDAY SCHEDULE asststants. hold a meeting on Tuesday, O.ct. Fraternal Societies . the club with donations to the 8i;dWto!'1orld& of Public Assistance-Clyfford S . Doug las, Larry Felix, Michael University omces will be closed in workers also 9, at the .. A_ny?ne mAs of their van-scholarship fund. Club members Editor Louise Sle,...ri Fischer at Tampa General HosFoley, Jr., P . W ayne Meriwish to remmd students that terested m satlmg lDVlted to ous servtce Arete has Mrs Shirley Dibble and Mrs . ."."." pital. wether, Richard I. Gold, Julian Monday through Wednesday, Dec. any applications made two attend. The Physical Educa-made plans to VISit the FlorReporllnr and edlllolf stall: WlnJ University of South FloridaCannon, and Parks Miller, III, years ago or before should be tt"on Department is making ar-ida Boys' Ranch. Brothers and Delores Johnson, daughters of l'reodor, vau:lnla Montes. Jackie Sarah Plott at USF Li"brary and all at tJ.Je Geot"e Marshall Monday and 'Iuesday, Dec. 31 a n d • . I d h l t d h . G "lb d h h k Montes, Joh" Gullett , Bill Blalock, Ed • " Jan. 1-New Year's. . renewed. Contact wtth these rangements to one P e ave un eere t err Mrs. 1 ert, ma e t e c ec carlson, P•t Da••• Cb1.rlotte Frese. Fred Jenkins, assistant program Space Flight Center, Huntsville, lllonday, F'eb. 11Gaspanlla DayD. I students should any job open-Thistle and two Flymg Jrs. services for this Saturday. presentation to the university JFaonlteerE. rJizabcekrJMerc'cTJlonmtomck!. adviser University Center. Ala. Thursday, July 4-Independence ay. . . . "bl Office o the n e w 1 dg . ' 1 d Monday, Sept. 2 Labor Day. mgs occur IS now nnpossr e. The club will also have access rs P . e e Miss Solomon a graduate of Paul J\lelssner. Richard Oppel, Robert Natlona Aeronautics an These 42 students will remain WITHDRAWALS Students are also e ncouraged to to an additional Flying Jr. for class of Arete . . ' . Pipe•, SeJrtrled Cropper. Jamu Glad-Space Administration-Geot•ge on their work period until Dec . . l_{tchard. Lee Ake. Donna J.ean Ange check .the bulletin board out-re attas. The Davis Islands Agdamag; vtce president, Kmg High School, IS the daugh... Van Arsdall, James Gary Lin-28 at whlcn time they will be F?;;;;: side the personnel offtce often. Y:cht Club has agreed to let the B1ll secretary-treasurer, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ;:.?tl':.n gerfelt, Mary Ann Hausw.ald, replaced by students now Stephe n Hale Foxworth, Mrs. Judith G. Students who cannot otherwtse club use their launching and Sam Lewts. Solomon, 3405 54th St. ture Wrlllng. Douglas McDuffie, Robert campus. H:>dley. Benny KJAllebn HRa'lnh, RdobeKrt E 1 1 be notified of job openings will storage fact'll.tt"es In addition ClEO: The brothers of Cieo lUll. Dortht:a r y, 1c ar owa . . . h ff d th t czyk .. Nancy .Ann Marks, Thomas A . fmd thetr names posted on thts to participating in regattas, the ave o ere e1r .servtces o l\1arsacano, William Newell, Helen Jane board 1 b 1 .11 offer sa1 ]l'ng classes the Physical Education Depart-Powell, John Wallace Rodgers, John C U W t f th d 1 t f Yates Sessums, Victor E. Shirley,, for the beginners. For further men . or .. e. eve opmen o Irving Julian Smith, Judith Walcott 7 .13),. the University 1o sponsoring 1 athletic faciltttes. Thornton, John M. Woodland. coffee h onoring its women employes Plans are now under way for FILMS AVAILABLE :wednesday, oct. io. rron> 9 . to u a.m. Abstract Art a hayride this month and a forLangu•ge In Action: What Is the 1.11 staff lounge ol the. Ltbrary. . Meaning, Langu'Me ln Action: How Do CBINSEGUT CONFERENCE !flal dmner and dance to be held .. Won't Disturb m Near Home. Angry Boy. Emotional be able t o have in the Unl ENOTAS. Newly elected ofFeelings o H?slility. Learnin,g vcrsily: Center at 7 a . m . Th E t• ficers of Enotas are: Recording a e mo IOnS secretary, Joe Hill; correspondSkippy and the Three R's, Education ARE R EPEATED Someone has said that ab-ing secretary, Glenn Ellis. Milt in .Amenca: 17, 181 , 19D ankd1 . 20th scten A !Ina! grade is recorded and the stract art 1 .5 "actt"on pat'nting." Pressley was elected parliamentunes, Make Way or uc 1.11gs, one student is charged with the semester Soup, Water Bill, U.S.A. hours ammpted each time a course If this is so, the exhibit of the tanan of the CFS. TRIMESTER m SURVEY is scheduled. Exceptions to thiB are "New Water c 0 1 0 r s from A dance was held Saturaay at FacultY members are asked to an France" in the University Gal-the Phi Delta Kappa house. The 11ounce th• lollowinJI . in D b t d Sk ) k 1 d their classes. A quesllonnaue to help should be noted, however, that the re lery depicts a range of "action" own ea s an y ar s p aye d•termine the enrollment and course that is as wide as a gamut of for dancing. . offerlngs of the third trimester and its durin g or after the rail trimester . the emotJon. Enotas have accepted an 10parts will be given in certain classes on Oct. 10. 11 and 12. u will be helP Faculty st u The clashing shapes and foreyitation from Fides to play them dents completing their A.B. d2gree I m a volleyball game Tuesday. times belore they are requested to requirements by August, 1963 as can boding colors hur. t ing across Oct 9 complete the ques tionnaire. Th"' ques .. the canvases, certainly evoke a T.ALOS: John Zien has been tionnaire will be in display on the sensation of suffering. which official bulletin boards (Admlnlstration procetdhure should t.be foUoAwed in. mak the artJst must have felt as he elected chairman of the pledge :S 'ld' d U . t Ce t ) d r ng m.; e nom1na wns : nomtnator l Th b th • . ocr.lvs.r"' y n er u l should carefully we!Jfh the stud,nt's painted. c ass. e ro ers en.ertalned TRAVELERS TO NOTE On the other hand the soft the pledges at a pledge danc.e. University employes are asked to study leading to the doctorate degree, Talos I S plannmg a car wa::h m follow the procedures listed below competence In foreign languages and harmonies of tones in some of the near future. whenever it Is necess ary to cancel air the paintings suggest a peaceETHELONTES: Formal in-Jjne reports on independent work ful mood. Landscapes are sug-itiation \Vas held Saturday at the 1. I! air line transporatlon is can T 1 d t d c•lled, the traveler must obtain a com gested by myrta unexpec e home of pledge capta.in, pleted Verification of Cancellation lege and proposed field of grad u ate forms. Robles. A spaghelh dmner was m order to be exempt from the no study in a written notice (in duplicate) 1 h ) h ld t h" h 1 -' .&how" charge

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