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. . Runoff Vote luccaneer Vs. lrahma as Mascot SEVENTIETH YEAR No. 215 THE TAMPA TIMES â€¢ TAMPA, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 15, 196 2 University Of South Florida Campus Edition PRICE FIVE CENTS Morale Builder Topic At Third Chinsegut Retreat Dress,. Honor Code Aired At 15ummit1 -Meeting By SAltAH CALDWELL The third annual Chinsegut Hill student-faculty retreat was held Saturday, Oct. 6 , with approximately 44 persons attending. Chinsegut Hill is a massive pioneer Florida home built before the Civil War, and deeded to the Federal government by Colonel Raymond Robbins , world adventurer and civic leader, before his death. GREEN EYED MONSTER? UF Alligator Hits Future Eng . . School The University of South Flor ida is now in negotiation for the property and 115 acres of the surrounding land, Chinse gut is an Eskimo name which means "where things of the spirit which have been lost are regained." Stpdent-faculty conferences are r e g u 1 a r I y held at the Brooksville location in an at tempt to discuss University problems away from their im-B y VIRGINIA MONTES mediate source. "The little boy who wants to shed his short pants Main point of discussion at -n:JSF PholoJ th' tr t 11 for his first pair of trousers. Is re ea was an a -umverWORDS, WORDS." Thus spake Hamlet as he pretended madness to ferret out tbe murderer of his father. James Woodall, of the USF Peninsular Players, plays the title role here for a four-day run. Per,formances are from Oct. 17 through Oct. 20 at 8:30 p.m. with a special matinee Friday at 3:15 p.m. Tickets for students aJ."e 50 cents, $1.00 for faculty, and $2.00 for the public. Reservations may be made at t he TA Box Office, ph. 988-4131 ext. 343. "The UF College of Enctineering faces a future of sity morale builder, as proposed oâ€¢ by Fred Jenkins and the Unimediocrity.' So warns a recept self-study made by the versity center staff. college. The state ana the school can be saved from Jenkins and Jim Metcalf cir mediocrity by supporting culated a survey the day before UF requests for reasonable fa-the conference on the desira cilities, the report concludes. bility of bringing name enter "Even the Committee of 100 tainers to the campus. says the UF is not situated in Before the conference apDl.SCUSS an area where it ben.efits the proximately 1,100 lunch-time Students bulk of the populatiOn. The oatrons at USF were queried belieyes that an _in-on the proposed program, and --------------------------1 I I W II B Mascot stituhon of higher learnmg 921 turned in signed answers. PENINSULAR PLAYERS H t â€¢ eg e must be near growth This is the result of the s r-am e I I n areas, so mdustry can turn on . K' t u FOR TOGETHERNESS Student comments on the a tap of engineers close by." vey. mgs on Tno-702, Broth---------------nge of mascot to Buccaneers ers Four-492, Peter, Paul, and 0 from the Golden Br<1hma in-These are some of the 9-uotes Mary-403, and the Limelight1Spirit Builder1 Set By SA On qct. 17 F D R t 17 clud . taken from a recent senes of ers-355. Our ay U n C e. articles published in the Uni. . . . . â€¢ Pete Doyal : "I liked the versity of Florida Alligator, At the confe1 admmis-â€¢ Brahmas A. h';lman concerning the establishment trators qiDte hopeful By LOREN SOUTHWICK as a mascot! No , It JUSt doesn t of a new engineering college obtam!-llg funds for the The Unl versi'ty of South Floilda Peninsular Players will open "Hamlet" for a make sense. But I'll gladly go at the University of South proJect, but 1 t was later .found along with the majority opin-Florida. that . due to enr?llment and a four-day run Wednesday, Oct. 17, through Saturday Oct. 20. The performances ion." The eontroversy began rebegin each night at 8 :3 0 p.m. A matinee Friday at 3:15 p.m. and a special SatLou Jean Hackney: "The BuccenUy when a group of Tampa the Umverslty ,would not be urday matinee for the Florida Theatre Conference will also be given. caneer doesn't sound as though citizens requested the Board or able underwi1te .t?e program. By LOLISE STEW ART The selection of ''Hamlet" is somewhat of an oddity in that the play was also it has too much spirit.'' Control to establish an engiparticipants felt given during the summer. One Joe Hill: "The Buccaneers neering . school at USF. t:he by a permight think the interest of the isn't even a mascot, it's a human. board sa1d that they would give for er wo.uld be for two cast would be rather low, but B e s i d e s. everything around the matter som> thought. reasons: first, to studel!t A "Spiiit Builder" revival will take place during the free hour 'fhursday, Oct. 18. It is sponsored by the Student Association Executive Council for the purpose of bringing the students at large closer to their functions and responsibilities as members of the USF St\ ,tdPT'. ! Daily Schedule t d'l di bl t Tampa is pirates." A committee o:t: 100-a group and pnde m the MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 5. I!N)Z All Day 'Drawln11s U.S.A." Unlv. Gal. Pre-Law 1 was rea 1 Y scerna e a a . . . . o( eil11cators allrl !l'en and to pomt recent. rehe3rslll thnt was Ray Buo;s: I ukea tilt! .Bu(:-investigated sueh a possibilup the need for a large facility -----------â€¢ Association. U. C. Arts 1.: Exhibits Comm. Exblbltii>D . . , . . .. , ... UC 1081 3:30 p.m. U. C. Lessons Comm Ballroom Dancing . . . UC 218 5:00 p.m. Cirrle K . . . TBA 5:30 p.m. Baptist Student Union EX a m s T 0 uc 226 â€¢ not so. When questioned on this j.caneers better ity, and recommended the estab-to house events of this type. f:lt but I sbll tlunk .:m Jishment of several post-gradu-A Miami booking agent was Plea For things: an all-student cast, save mprovemen.t c.ould be e.. ale geared to science contacted, following the conferfor Jolm Seitz; the opportunity Harry D1ckmson: I and engmeering throughout the ence. He was willing to under-Student OCTOBER !6. 19t;:t All Day "D1aw:ings U.S.A.'' l ;niY. Gal. u. c. Arts & Exhibits Conlm. Exhibition . . . . . . UC 108 1 ' 25Js"-. i/8 igg U. CI Hospitality Comm. UC 203 u.s.F, Literary Society UC 204 U. c. Movie Comm. . . . UC 205 Council of Fraternal Societieâ€¢ uc 2I6 U. C Lessons Comm. . . UC 221 u. C. Recreation Comm. UC 222 Sailing Club . . . . . . . UC 223 U. C. Arts & Exhlbils Comnl. uc 226 f 'enetnl( Club . . . . . . . . . . UC 219 U . C. Recreallon Comm. Tickets Moonlighl Cruise UC Lobby ! :30 p.m. Self-Improvement Course Joanne Toretta .. , ... , .. , UC 264 4 :40 p m. Fia , .......... UC 202 5:00 p.m. Delphi ........... UC 226 ti0 p .m. Talos ........... UC 204 Ethelontes ............ UC 205 7 :00 p.m. TriSIS .. . ... UC 203 Cieo ................. uc 226 U. C. Recreation Comm. Dupli-cate Bndge . . . ....... UC 264 Enotas . . . . . . . . . TBA ! :00 p.m. Fides ............. UC 202 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER t?, 1962 All Day "Drawings U.S.A." Univ. Gal. U. C. Arts & Elhiblts Comm. -Exhibition ............... UC 108 1 :25 p.m. Readers Theatre UC 200 Foreign Lang uage Club UC 203 Young Democrats . . . . .. UC 205 U . C. Personnel Comm. UC 214 Math & Science Club . UC 226 Business Leaders Org. UC 264 University Forum . . . . . . . TA u. c. Recreation Comm ... U. C. Tickets-Moonlight Cl'Uise Lobby 1 00 p.m. u. C. Lessons Comm. Beginning Bridge . . . UC 108 6 15 p.m. U. C. Program Council uc 214 80 p.m. Play-<â€¢ Hamlet" . . . . . TA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, J9b'l All Day "l)rawings U.S.A." Univ. Gal. U. C. Arts " Exhibits Comm. Exhibition . . . . . , . . ... UC 108 1 :25 p.m. W&ght Lifting . . UC 205 Rine Club . . . . . . . . . . . . .. UC 221 Botega Art Club . . . . .. UC 222 Skin & Scuba Diving Club UC 2'l3 University Religious Councnc 226 ] p.m. Fencing Club . . . UC 2I9 Tri-SlS Pledges ........... TBA Be Given k; d d . t the Buccaneers sounds h1gh state. They went on to stress write the project providing 1o wor un er two tree ors, school-ish. With a little thought, the importance of establishing Peter, Paul, and Mar.v, or the thereby gaining two quite dif-1 ld h ferent viewpoints; and the we sure Y cou ave come up such an institution in the Or Limelighters had an open date s chance to correct any mistakes with something better than lando-Canaveral are a, where on November 18. upport made on the previous performthat." " . . need for scientists and enSince the stipulated perform-The Law School Admission ance. Anon: I still thmk the whole gmeers has had a phenomenal ers were unable to come to USF Dear Students;. Test, required of applicants for The director, Jack Clay, as-damn thing is corny and child. . . . on the proposed date, the proj-I am writing this letter beadmlss1n to most Amer1'can sistant professor of theater arts, ish." . Umverstty o f Flouda offi-ect is being slanted toward secclal s however turned thumbs cause we of the Student Asso-1 11 t will ..... to gain the effect of a ' ' ond semester. law schoo s. wi be given a .. , o â€¢ down on these proposals , add-. ciation need your help and sup-more than 1il0 centers througbo total picture rather than accent-pen In g s ing that there could be only Other toptcs on the agenda port. We have had many ob-out the United States November ing any one character. He wants one "s.ood" post-graduate eng1 â€¢ were dress standards and honor th f d' d th' stacles to overcome in the Stu-10, 1962, February 9, April 20 e unage o a 1 sease mg, neerm g school 1n the state. code and system. It was sug-t 't f t ff]' tâ€¢ t dent Association , many have and August 3, 1963. During racmg I rom I s a tc ton o They went on to say tliat 1f gested that dress standards are t lt t " tl I w k been conquered, a few still re-1961-62 over 26,000 candidates Is u tma e uea 1 n or â€¢ another school was established a personal matter, and that cer-main unsolved. One of our un-took this test, and theil; scores The title role is played by It ' " ould only h 1 n d e r the tam standards sh.ould be sugJ W d 11 d J h S 'tz n solved problems is that of the were sent to over 100 law ames oo a â€¢ an o n et chances of .. he Unt'vers 1'ty of gested but not enforced . 1 Cl d' y Da " Civic Units and reptesentation schools. Wl P ay au IUS; vonne rFlorida becoming one of the A code of personal conduct in the Legislature. Perhaps, we A candidate must make sepadenne, Gertrude; Anne Phillips, s d N top 10 schools in the country was devised by the Student As-are at fault and have assumed rate app)ication for admission Ophelia, and Angelo Telese, the tu y OW and compared it to MIT. sociation and will appear in the complete knowledge as to the to each law school of his choice the scenes there will At least $100 million dollars student handbook, it was re-functions and organization of and should inquire of each 11 would be needed to bring a ported. The code deals with the Civic Units. If this is the whether it wishes him to take be a few surprises. Russe Students who plan to enroll new engineering school up to conduct on and of! campus. problem, let me explain these the Law School Admission Test Whaley, preduction designer, m the work-study program for the caliber Qf UF's was the It was recommended that functions to you as stated in our and when. Since many law plans to use essentially the set com. ment made by Dean L . E. USF adopt an honor code to h U ty schools select their freshman from the summer production, the second trimester should act h d t t d Constitution of t e nivers1 but l n a dif'ferent manner. The now, according to George H . Grmt.::r, e!ld of gra ua e s u Y read as follows: "Individual re-of South Florida. classes in the sprin g precedin g at Gamesvllle 'b 1 d d f d lay n feature origt'nal musi c Mille9:, program director. Dec. : . . sponst i ity and self govern-The defin1t1 0n of le gislature and conducted by 31 marks the beginning of work The ment are fundamental princiis a body of persons in a state advised to take either the No-Theodore Hoffman, assistant for those who will be on the of establishmg a p i es . in maintaining honotable invested with the power to vember or the February test if professor of humanities. job. In the short weeks inter-branch of the college relatiOnships among University make, alter. and repeal laws. possible. Wardrobe mistress is Mrs. vening, many details must be here at USF. It listed ad-of South Florida students, and The legislative powers at USF The Law School Admission Maryon Moise, and the lighting worked out in order to place a vantages to the with the faculty and members are vested in a unicameral body T l d d d t d will be done by Dave Taylor. student in his job. of such a USF engmeermg students are expected to show which consists of two represen-es , prepare an a mm1s ere "branch" b th 'th' by Educational Testing Service, Vacancies already foreseen n Accreditation of UF. 0 . m and Without the tatives from each Civic Unit, cannot be "crammed" for. The for the second trimester i nclude :!) Ability to draw o n the larde re umvets1ty respect for order, plus five Reptesentatives-at. t t t t' MORE USF one in business administration sources and competent staff of F' . morality. personal honor and large and five University Senmormng es con ams ques Ion s present knowledge of space the rights of '()thers." measuri!)g verbal aptitudes and NEWS o N (First National Bank of Tampa), ators. AU members of the Legis-reasoning ability rather than four )n education . They should not apply sometrmes get Jealous. Notices voted on th.e Legislature. convention. Co II e g e s repre-for each candidate. cruise will start at Tampa City directly to the employer. , . U mverstty of South sented were FSU, Manatee Jun-In the next few weeks, Dr. Dock s, go to the Skyway Bridge Miller said that approximate-Theater Conference J;r;::;, 1da 1s one of very few UmverFrederl.ck Horr1gan of t h e Po-and then return to the dock. l y 45 students have already S h d I d 5 t d Laurelee Mary; Bender, Rose Marie; sitie. s that ha.ve a government h . . M . p 11 th f th C e U e a Ur ay Blrt , Raymond Vail Jr. ; Btodâ€¢e. James d d t th t d t T e umversity-ctvic club in-liti cal Science Department will 1ss me as IS e name 0 e signed up with the W-S office . Walker; Capaz. Antonette Velez; Cros estgne gn:e e s u .e n 5 as stalled local officers at a ban-be organizin g a club for those boat being used for the cruise. and are cul'l'ently being tested The annual convention of the son, Jesse . carl Jr.; Helen H. large a VOICe m govermng the 0 By TOM EURE students majoring in pre-law. Those goi n g on the cruise and interviewed. Florida Theatre as. we at r "Well. is he coming to Tamp.a The deans of severa l law schools shou ld be at the dock at 8 p.m. Special recognition for gradu-open Saturda! at the U!llverstty Hunt. Sharron; Schweizer, USF. Wtth m we . d or isn't he?" That seems to be will be the featured speakers The cruise will end at 12. ating co-op students is being of South Flonda, some should cons ider 1t .a prlVlle ge the question being asked pres-for the club's meetings over the Tickets for the cruise are $4 planned by the Unive9:sity in 100 to 150 representatives of D . Mrs. to. our .feelings at our non Stokes. entJ y by Ray Charle s fans coming year. The time and place per couple. They may be p u r -the form of a certificate or theatre groups from throughout FILMS AVAILABLE Meaning of Ctvtc Umt meetmgs . Please take -------------'around the Tampa Bay area. of the first meeting will be chased at the UC desk. diploma addenda. the state. . advantage of this privilege and Rumors have been flying announced in the next copy of On Wednesday , Oct. 17 , the Currently five students who Host for the two-day meetmg Eye Functions, oct. 16; How the Ear serve yourself, your fellow stu-around for about three weeks the campus edition. Music Committee is sponsoring started in the pilot program will be the Division . of Fii_le de!lts, and yout University by
THE TAMP A TIMES, Monday, October 15, 1962 .. :k , Deaths MRS. NINA BURT Mrs. Nina Virginia Burt, 76, 3616 E. Sterling Circle, died Sunday morning at her home. A n ative of Chestertown, Md., and former resident of West Virginia, Mrs. Burt had lived in Tampa for seven years. She was a member of the Methodist Church and i s survived by four daughters, Miss Mary Burt, Tampa, Mrs. Frances . Sloan, Fairmont, W.Va., Mrs. Eugenia Cunningham, Lake Worth, and Mrs. Virginia O'Sheil. MRS. IRENE G. CHAMBERS Mrs. Irehe G. Chambers, 68, of 125 N. Edwards St., Brandon, died in an Arcadia hospital early Sunday morning. A native of Georgia, she had lived in Brandon for 20 years. She was a member of the First Methodist Church of Brandon. Survivors include her husband, C. R. Chambers, Brandon; her mother, Mrs. Laura Giles of Helena, Ga.; one son, W. E. Chambers of Chicago, Ill.; two daughters, Mrs. Tbomasena Godwin of Tampa and Mrs. Etta Abney of l3randon; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. MRS. MONTINE WHITE Mrs. Montine R. White, 60, -(AP 2120 Kirby Circle, died Saturday morning in a Tampa hos pital. Mrs. White was born in the Oklahoma Indian Territory, now Konawaha, Okla., and was a resident of Washington, D.C. for many years. She had lived in Tampa for four years and had been associated with the Drew Realty Co. as a saleslady. She is survived b y a son, Joseph E. White, Tampa; a YOUNGSTERS JOIN PRESIDENTIAL PARADE Boys on bicycles fall in behind motorcycle policemen who obviously are un aware of their presence, as President Kennedy rides in Buffalo, N.Y., Pulaski Day parade. The President addressed a huge crowd in Niagara Square of Buffalo. Deaths in Tampa, Elsewhere ARTHUR S. SNYDER Williams of Orlando; eight the state of Florida with the daughter, Ted Hodges. Sil Arthur Leslie Snyder 73 of grandchildren and 14 great-derson Co. of Gary, Ind: Surviv-ver Springs, Md.; a brother, 32 Spanish Main, died s'atu;day grandchildren. ing are his widow, Mrs. '-';'heoDode Bassinger, Healton, Okla.; dora R. Royal, â€¢ Sister, two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Hertz-afternoon at his residence, after MRS. aELEN TALBOTT Mrs. Lola Barfield, Calypso, berg, Lapawai, Idaho and Mrs. a tengthy illness. A native of Mrs. Helen C. Talbott, 65 , N.C., and two stepsons, Ted Bertha Tidball, Falls Church, Saginaw, Mich., he had lived in 3425 Jean Circle, died Sunday Dryden, Tampa and Curtis Dry Va., and six grandchildren. Tampa since his retirement afternoon in a Tampa hospital. den, Houston, Tex. MRS. MOLLY A . GOODMAN from the Breckner Kroph Ma-A native of Indlanapolls, Ind., ERNEST ALFONSO Mrs. Mollie Ann (Dolly) chine Co., Muskegon. Mich., sev-and former resident of Rye, Ernest Alfonso, 77, of 2906 Goodman, 71, of 1922 Cherokee en years ago. Mr. Snyder was N.Y., Mrs. Talbott had lived in Pine S t . died Sunday morning st., St. Louis, Mo., died Sunday graduated from Saginaw High Tampa for six years. She was a at his home. A nati.ve of Key morning while visiting her School and served his ap-member of the Palma_Ceia West , he was a rehred cigar-daughter, Mrs. Ruth F. Smith . . , byterian Church and IS surv1ved maker and had resided in Tampa of 11721 17th St., Tampa. Mrs. prentlcesh1p w1th his father, by her husband, Arnold M. Talyears. He is by his Goodman was a, native of who was a master mechanic for bott, Tampa; a son, Dr. Edmond Mrs. Mary Murgado AI-Dunklin County, Mo. She was Saginaw Mfg. Co. He was grad-Talbott Upland Calif: a daugh-fonso, two s 0 n s, Henry and a member of the Lydie P. Wint M , Ch â€¢ 1 J' St Matias Alfonso and six grand-c s h A w uated from engineering school ter, rs. ar .es . one, hlld H b f amp, pams mencan ar . Reading, Conn., and six grand-c ren. e was a mem er 0 Veterans Auxiliary. Other surm Detroit and was a7soclated children. the Cuban Club. vivor& include a daughter, Mrs. with the Saginaw Steermg Gear HENRY G. MEEKS Bernice Thompson, Punt a Division of General Motors Co., JOSEPH L. ROSELL Gorda; one so n, Fred Flowers, for many years. At the time Joseph L . Rosell, 60, a native Henry Gilbert Meeks of Boonville, Mo.; three grand-of Cuba and a resident of Tampassed away eve-h'ld d th g t g a d of his retirement he was sales pa for the last three years, died n_mg at a hospital. A_ naan ree rea -r n -representative f or Brechner Saturday night in a Tampa hosof Flonda, he had res1ded Kroph Machine Co. He was a pita!. He is survived by h is m Osprey for 15 years. He was MRS. ESTELLA GONZALEZ â€¢ widow, Mrs. Helen Rosell; two a member of the Osprey Baptist Mrs. Estella Gonzalez, 54, o member of St. Johns Ep1scopal , h A R 11 d L . Churcll and was a retired farm-2535 W 1 t d i d s d Ch h Elk L d N 47 d sons, ... osep . ose an oms r S . . 1 d 'hi 'd a nu , e u n a Y urc â€¢ â€¢ s o ge 0 â€¢ an V. Rosell and two grandchildren. e urvlvors me u e !l Wl ow, morning at her home. She is sur-the Pioneer Club, all of Sag!Mrs. Susan L. Meeks of Osprey; vlved by her husband, 'l' on y naw. Survivors include his widMRS . CAROLINE GRADE threefdaughters, Mrs. J . E. GrifGonzalez Sr.; five daughters, A S d PLANT CITY CS . 1) fino Tampa, Mrs. W. H. Matti-, M H t Wh't M A ow, Mrs. nna Lee ny er, . pec1a son Jr. of Oneco, and Mrs. D. A. . rs. or ense 1 . rs. me-Tampa; a son, Thomas A. SnyMrs. Caroline Mueller Grade, Coleman of Bradenton; two slsl!a JMrs. T1lhe der, Sagmaw; f_our granddaugh-77, of Warnell St., ters, Mrs. Nettle Jones of Tam-Mrs. R1ta and M1ss ters, and a . s1ste;: Mrs. Nell Plant _C1t y, d1ed Sun?ay afterpa and Mrs. Pauline McRoberts Mary Gonzalez; f1ve sons, Tony Rusch, Supenor, Y\ 1s. noon m a local hospital. Sur-of Sarasota; eight grandchQdren Gonzalez Jr., Julio Gonzalez, vivors are her husband, Bcr-and five great-grandchildren Bobby Reinaldo Goo-MRS. GUSSIE CADWELL Mrs. Gussie A. Cadwell, 85, of 2110 Negro St., died Sunday afternoon at a hospital A native of Tifton, Ga., she had lived In for the last 25 years. Mrs. Cadwell is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John L. Anderson of Tampa and Mrs. Harry C. nard Grade, Plant Cfty; one ulez, and Louts Gonzalez; three son, George T. Grade, McLean, sisters, Edemira Gonzalez, Ofelia Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Nu'rH" 'rAl\U'A 'riMEI Valdez and Elisa Bonilla; two gent, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. â€¢.f11a1 brothers, Oscar Morales and Dorothy Craig, Hamllton, Ohio, compan}' trom The Trlbuu JlultdOnelio Morales; and 16 grand-and four grandchildren. lnr. L..rayello u4 Morru Slreela. children. . , Tadpa, FlorJda. E.1:1Lere:d. â€¢â€¢ aeeond SAMUEL B. ROYAL Samuel B , Royal, 59, 110 N. Hubert Ave., died Sunday morn-Funeral Not'â€¢ces ing in a Tamp/\ hospital. A native of Mt. Olive, N.C., Mr. ALFONSO, ERNEST _ Requiem Mass Royal Duke University !or the repose of the soul of Mr. and served Wtth the U.S. Navy A,W>:r':::i â€¢â€¢ s!i War II. He was 9 o'clock the st. Joseph the dsstnct sales manager for with burial to follow in Colon Ceme tery. A rosary will he recited Monday evenln& at 8 p .m. at the A . P. F I N ,. â€¢â€¢ unera 0 ICes Mur&ado Alfonso, two sons, .. Pallbearers: Cecil, Frank and Rayâ€¢ HAZEN, MRS. MARJE mond Murgado, Peter Alfonso Jr .â€¢ HAZEN, R 0 N N lEFuneral 11UY Evello Morales and Raul de Lara . Ieee lor Mr1. Marie Hazen and her JILOCKEit, MRS. VIRGINIA Funeral services lor Mrs. Emma VIr aY'4 soli, Ronnie Hazell, will be held a. time and place to be â€¢nnouneed Funeral Home. 60.5 day allernoon at Curry's -------------aular Christian Church, will oltlciate. Interment will follow In Mynle Hill Memorial Park . Active paUbearero are Norris E. Aldridge, George Aid Sutton. Honorary pallbearers are Paul E. Dixon. Hugh B. McCoy, Bobby Strickland and Reverend Phillip Greene. CATHCART, ROBERT L. Funeral services for Mr. Robert L. Cathcart. ROSELL, JO!IEPH L.-Roaar1 aervlcea JC)r Mr. Joseph L. Rosell, are 60, Chapel, by Father John Stevena. C.Ss.R., pastor of St. Joseph Cath ollc Church. His remains will be sent to New York CJty lor services and interment. a'i11i _:R_ O _ Y _ A _ L _ , _SA_ M _ U _ E _L_B:::-. ---::F:--un-e-r -al::-aer-V the Chapel of the Wilson Sammon ices for Mr. Samuel B. Roy.,_!, a&e Company Funeral Home, with the 59, 110 N. Hubert Ave. wilt be held Rev. Ludd L. Tanner, the pastor ot at 1, o'clock Monday afternoon at the Oak Park Baptist Church <>fflclat.. Curry s Funeral Ho111e, 605 S. Mac ill&. will be In the Beth Dill Ave. The Rev. Paul J . Wagner, lehem Cemetery. Pallbearers will be pastor of the Palma Cela Methodl_st Ro_ G. Pasclula, Ra'l Pascluta, J . Church, will ofllclate. CremaUon Will D Hutchinson, A . W . awerence, H. follow. THE FAMILY REQJJEST M. Davis and Earl Roberta. THAT CONTRIBUTIONS BE MADE FOX, DUDLEY c . Fu11eral servtcea â€¢ for Mr. Dudley C . Fox. aae 62, 12708 IN LIEU OF FLORAL OFFERINGS. Honorary pallbearers are Jamea L. Funml Home. 605 s. MacDIIJ Ave. an"J James S trahan, Nicholas J. Mars! tit R L s L t 1 Homer McNeely, C harles N. Davi1, flclate. Interment will follow In the John Parkhill, Earl Stanley, J. A. Ford and Tltomu l\lchard Lll.scb, Lesly Willson. Don -.:.::... :.;.:;::=:.:..._ ______ __ _ Staher, Albert Valdlze and Wllliam TALBOTT, MRS. BELEN' C.Funeral Conner. â€¢ervlces for Mrs. Helen C. Talbott, (iOODlltAN, MRS. MOLLIE ANN IDOLLYI-The remains or Mrs. Mollie Ann (Dolly) Goodman, 71, of 1921 Cherokee St. , St. Loul1, Mo . â€¢ who died while vis!Ung a dauahter In Tampa, will sent Tuesday alter noon to the Pewett Funeral Home In Ellln&ton, Mo. . for services and in terment . Local arrangements are in c:harae of Jennings Funeral Home. age 65, 3425 Jean Circle will be hela at 2 :00 o'clock Tuesday a(ternoon at Curry's Funeral" Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. The Reverend Irvine H. Wll llama. paator of the Palma Cela Presbyterian Churcb, will officiate. QUEST THAT CONTRIBUTIONS BE MADE TO THE AMERICAN CAN CER SOCIETY lN LIEU OF FLORAL OFFERINGS. RING AID OBSOLETES ALL OTHERS OUT THIS FEATURE/ HEAR EVEN WHISPERS ZENITH with Controlled Dynamic Range CLARIFIES THE SOUIIDS TOU WAIT TO IIEAR Hear words other aids miss. Eliminates discomfort and pain of sudden loud noises . BETTER HEARING AID SERVICE 316 MADISON ST. PH. 223 elau maller al Ute Posl Otfloe al .ADVERTis.EMENT Ta"'pa, Florida, IUidU the Act af :March 1, 1879. 8uiâ€¢prlplloa Jtatu: II}' ul'rlor ... :nt:1 â€¢ u . In adunoe, Mâ€¢â€¢bar of Auoelalt4 Fruo . 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TWO JUSTICES, TWO CABINET MEMBERS, CIA HEAD TOP LIST THE TAMPA TIMES Monday, October 15, 196Z ADVERTISEMENT Senate Okayed Almost All JFK Nominations During Session ooFALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip 2 WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (JP)-York City Bar Association on "massive resistance" to the Su Nearly all of President Ken-the ground he lacked the preme Court's 1954 school de nedy's major nominations were proper judicial temperament. segregation decision. diciary committee took no acbeen acted on when Congress tion to be set up under recent Jamaica, and of James W. . PASTEETH, an improved powdl!l I g . 1 t d" t b to be sprinkled on upper or lowe. tion on it. adjourned. e IS a JOn. Culliton of In â€¢ana o e a _pla.tes, holds !a.lse teeth more 1!rml! confirmed the Senate before Sunk without a trace in t he The only other judgeship Congress adJOurned. judiciary committee was the nomination that failed of con Topping the appointments mid-April nomination of former firmation was that of Carl E. during the second session of the Virginia Gov. J. Lindsay Al-McGowan, a Chicago lawyer, to 87th Congress were two SumondJr., to be a judge on the be a member of the U.S. Circuit preme Court justices, tw<;> cabiU.S. court of customs and patent Court of Appeals here. Altogether the Senate conAlso confirmed were 47,078 Because the nominations of member of the U.S. Tariff ln pla.ce. Do not slide, slip or rock C â€¢ No gummy, gooey, pasty taste 01 firmed 115 judicial nominations military appointments, mostly the incorporators were not sub-ommJssJon. Ceellng. FASTEETHtsalkallne (non in the 87th Congress 60 in routine promotions and 3 392 mitted until Oct. 4, no attempt Doherty 's nomination was not the first and 55 in the civilian other than was made to h'?ld hearings on until 29 and uu. counters everywhere. second. Th1s probably was a them before adJournment. Pre-Culhton's not until Oct. 9. 1-:......:=-----=.--------record number, partly becau se postma sters. sumably, Kennedy will give One late nomination approved net members, and a new dnector appeals. " McGowan's nomination, sub of the Central Intelligence Almond incurred the wrath of mitted Aug. 16, had the en Agency. Sen. Harry F. Byrd, D-Va., dorsement of Sens. Paul H. Kennedy made his first apwhen, as governor, he abanDouglas, D-Ill.. and Everett pointments to the Supreme doned virginia's program of M. Dirksen, R-Ill ., but the ju Court from within his adminof 73 ned federal judgeships Not counting postmasters, them recess appointments. quickly was that of A. Leon ACCEPT THE TESTIMONY created in legislation only 26 civi.lian nominations nominations not Jr., of Philadel-of thousands of Tampa Tribune-Time last year. were left unfumed when Con ed on mcluded these of Wllph1a to be a member of the FedClassUied users. Ask anyone who's The Senat confirmed 1.311 gress quit and half of these liam C. Roherty, long-time eral Trade Commission. He was want .Ads. They'll say, â€¢â€¢great fDr a< postmaster nominations this were incorporators for the sathead of the Letter Carriers the first Negro ever appointed tion." To place your ad phone 223 l year and 265 others had not ellite communications corporaUnion, to be ambassador to to a federal regulatory agency. istration, naming deputy Atty. Gen. Byron R. (Whizzer) White to fill one vacancy and Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Gold-berg to fill another. W. Willard Wirtz, under secretary of labor, was moved up to take Goldberg's place in the cabinet. The first change in Kennedy's cabinet occurred when Secre tary of Welfare Abraham Ribi coff resigned to run for the Senate from Connecticut. Mayor Anthony J. Celebrezze of Cleve land was appointed to succeed Ribicoff. John A. McCone, California industrialist and former chair man of the Atomic Energy Com mission in the Eisenhower ad ministration, was confirmed as director of the CIA. He re placed Allen W. Dulles. Kennedy appointments in the military and foreign affairs fields also generally received quick action in the Senate. Only i n the field of federal judges below the Supreme Court level did the administration run into some Senate opposition. The Senate approved Fred Korth as Secretary of Navy, Cyrus K. Vance as secretary of the Army, Gen. Maxwell Taylor as cltairman of the .Joint Chiefs of Staff and Gen. Earle G. Wheeler as Army chief of staff. In the diplomatic field, the Senate confirmed, among other things, George W. Ball as un dersecretary of state, former Undersecretary Chester Bowles as the President's special repre sentative on African, Asian and Latin American affairs, Charles E.
THE TAMPA TIMES, M o n d ay, October 15, 1962 AND AWAY WE GO! Driver Mike Oliver skids his Triumph TR-3 around one of the obstacle pylons to make the winning time-r u n 2:24.5 min u tes in t h e Sports Car Clu b 's Gymkhana . Sunday Oct. 7. Owner of the car is Alan Bouverat and the wa.s e n tered by the Suderia Vamos group. The Sports C a r Clu b 's next event IS t h err Second Annual Fall Sports Rally to be held S u nday, November 11, 19 6 2. Other win ners of the Gymkhana are liste d in the Orga n i zation Newscolunm. ORGANIZATION NEWS Activities Gain Momentum IM ACTIVITIES Beta I Men Win FROM MINNESOTA. Dr. Allen Receives M. Moise Costumes I â€¢ . For USF !:=' Achtevement Award ByLORENSOUTHWI CK 1 Bowling Tourney li Mullet-Lisa Found E d i b l e B y The S tude n t Association Executive Co unci 1 Auxiliary Service Committee met for a special supper meeting recently. Guest of honor was Mullet-Lisa, now in cans. Behind every great man there M Dr. John s. Allen, president is a woman, so goes the old By RICHARD OPPEL game in the 12-game of the University of South Flor-adage, and "Hamlet" is no ex-Beta Hall carted away the top Complete standings are listed ida, received the University of ception. The woman in this case positions in the men' s bowling below. Minnesota ' s Outis Mrs. Maryon Moise. She has last week, as Beta I East This week's intramurals high standing Achievemaking costumes for USF took first place and Beta I West light the women's bowling tour ment Award in Pemnsular Players produ ctions took second . Both teams, and ney, which will be drawing to a ceremonies at the for nearly two years. also the third place P. E. Majors, close and the men's doubleMinneapolis camCostuming, generally rolled above a 150 average per volleyball tourney. pus T h u r s day, ing, greatly helps or Results of the first round of oct. 11. the e!fects ?f a play. Qult": a 13 Sport men's volleyball competition T he a w a r d , lot of time IS in makmg shows ClEO, the All-Stars, Beta given to Minne-these costumes smce all of them IV West Arete and Beta I East sota alumni who are original. designs by Russell in the winner's 'bracket. The fach ave dis tin-Whaley, ass1stant professor of c 1 U bs ulty men and Enotas are also guished them-fine arts. there as a result of drawing selves in their Whaley coordinates the cosbyes. c h o sen fields , tume designs t_o match the mood Several games in volleyball Allen was presented at set. by the and Mrs. this year have not taken place The service committee is com-the fourth annual meeting of Mo1se takes 1t f10m_ A tâ€¢ because of forfeiture by a team. posed of students, and staff the College of Science, Litera-Although _much time IS con-c I ve This, besides disrupting schedulmembers representing the aux-ture and Arts and the Universumed a from ing and officiating, causes a loss iliary services on sity College Alumni Associa-the drawmg, there IS _far more of valuable time for the team campus store, food services and tion at a 6:30 p.m. dinner. Also ahead of thiS belund .. The usF sports clubs are showing . Therefore, I-M Coorhousing. Students the receiving the award was Mrs. comes the _cu.ttmg, the made up of groups of students dinator Murphy Osborne has an ing were J!'rank Memers, Lou!se Wright Bi'ooks, Minneapolis civsewing, x:ef!ttmg, mor'! sewmg, and staff members who share nounced a new policy concern Stewart, Jim Coplon, Red David-ic leader, president of the Inm?re last de-a special interest in a paiticular ing forfeitures. In the future, if son. ternational Center for Students tails, and fmally the fimshed sport activity. They are organ-a team forfeits a game, it will In attendance from the staff and Visitors at the University product. . . . ized for the purpose of increas-be placed on probation for the were Andrew Rodgers , director of Minnesota and president of Mrs. IS not new at t_hls ing skills and a u g m en tin g remainder of the trimester. If of procurement and auxiliary the Min n e s o t a Councli of game. She first began makmg knowledge of the membership another forfeiture occurs during services; Robert Hess, manager Churches. costumes for her three daugh-through a contin.uing in-service this period, they will be elimin of housing and food service; University Regent Otta A. ters when they began _to pursue training and competitive pro-ated from all further competi-By CHARLOTTE FRESE SCIENCE CLUB will hold its tions office, UC 58. If any memStephan McArthur, executive asSilha presented the awards, con-theatrical careers. Smce then gram. An experienced faculty tion. This pertains to ALL A new political action club weekly meeting Wednesday at ber has a class conflict notify the sistant in procurement; John sisting of a gold medal and a she has worked perform-advisor is on hand at the meet-sports. has been formed on campus. 1:25 p.m. in UC 226. editor. Goree , manager of the univer-citation to Dr. Allen and Mrs. ances at the Umvers1ty of the ings to assist members. . October 18 is the deadline for This week the USF chapter of Chuck Fisher bas been elected Fraternal Societies sity bookstore; Ronald Willis, Brooks. The meeting highlight-South at Sewanee, Tenn.;dfor Thirteen clubs are currently rosters of all teams planning to Y 0 UN G' AMERICANS FOR president of lhe SPORTS CAR ARETE: Dave Jordan has manager of university food serv-ed a special week of activities Florida. Afla';lle, an out oor active on campus. Which of compete in the men's football FREEDOM will hold its first CLUB. Other ?fficers . elect.ed pledged Arete during informal ices ; Earl Hopkins, assistant in the College of Science, LiterproductiOn directed by John these interests you? competition. A round-robin sys-full organizational meeting. The were: vice president, Jim Hm-rush. Officers of Arete for this manager of university food serv-ature and. Arts. Outstanping Caldwell a Iew years ajo; and Th ARCHERY CLUB plans tern is planned for the season purpose of the club is to per-chee; secretary, Beverly trimester are: president,. Tal ices. Also p.resent was Jack Wllstudents were honored at the fmally, she came to US.I'': . t et d f' ld t r a e ts which will begin Oct. 22 and last petuate a political philosophy of well; business manager, Jim Bray; -vice president, Dickey Iiams of Jack Williams Co. in dinner and the third annual Apart from her work m arge .. 1e ou _n m n until the beginning of the tri-responsible conservatism among Vastine. Davis; secretary, Danny Re; Gainesville, Florida representa-Distinguished Teacher Award of atrical circles, Mrs. Moise has and a 1ndb mester exams. college students. The WE I G H T-LIFTING treasurer, Huey Floyd ; tive of Herf-Jones: the alumni association was pre-another accomplishment equally bow lSll ng _Ie tlps. e c u Results of USF sports compeYOUNG FOR CLUB has scheduled a meeting representative, John Gallagher. 1 t d 0 All f t . d mmsual During world War II has a eqmpmen necessary. tit'o f 0 t 9 . . 1' "t d FREEDOM IS a non-partisan Thursday at 1:25 p.m. in US 226. Bob Blaney is the new pledge-The of the !Ilea wasl sen . r then was . ea she taught electronics in the The goals of the BICYCLE bel n as o c . are IS e group. It welcomes both DemoThe JUDO CLUB held its or-master. to provide a taste testmg P.3!le spea. er _or e Arm as she was an Army elecCLUB slant toward "bike ow. crats and Republicans. The club ganizational meeting last ClEO: The brothers of Cieo the newly canned Flonda I ;nd tronfs engineer. hikes," outings, and competitive Too.!&CDLTYSTAFF L will meet Tuesday during the Wednesday . New members were are participating in two service Lisa. :r'he State Board of Con. e 1 c 131 en e 0 e popu a !On And finally if all this isn't activities. .. :::::::.::::.: s free hour in the University welcomed. Mr. R . Hunter repre-projects . at the MacDonald has passed a resolu-exp oswn. . .. , . t enou h to make one sit up and Tl1e BOWLING CLUB, priv-Ltb N 7 Center. sented the I.M. sports_program, Training Center. Plans are being bon statmg: "That all agencies A Thed take Mrs. Moise lives in ileged with special rates at FlorPl\;:ig;t .No: i':::::::::. The YOUNG DEMOCRATS Professor B. Fusaro ts faculty made for a hayride. of the State are req.uested to . war s , 0 u Ie B ta Hail ' ida Lanes, has competi1 ..... â€¢ .. 8 s CLUB has elected new officers: advisor and Sgt. E. Maley, a Doug McCaskill has pledged purchase and use canned m the umyersity 8 College of e â€¢ tion in co-recreational bowling. Physical iiro: ' 2" ::: ::: 1i president, Julian Piper; vice fourth dan, were also present. Cieo durii1g informal rush . Ed-Lisa and all other Florida proScience, and Arts: l The FENcING CLUB is Educational Resources . . . . . . . 5 li president, Pat Brow!'!-; recording The club will meet in uc 257 ward Schaeffer has been elected duced seafoods both Dr. 111e? a ' ' n g u a g e equipped with foils, masks, jack:secretary, Ann Whtte: corres-Tuesday at 6 :45 p . m. the chairman of the pledge class. processed wherever feasible.' egtet rodm. e Y ets, and blades. Exhibitions, Louise \Yud, Gloria ponding secretary, Margaret first. workout. Uniforms Will be FIA: Fia fraternal society held Reasons behind this resolution 111 1 9 2 9 a ter omg IS un er-bouting and officiating will take k'!i-vev Bragg 490 â€¢ Cruz; trea_surer, _Leonard Jones provided if you do not l1ave a "Swim and Ski" parly for as stated by the Conservation graduate work at _EarlhamPChoDl-place before the end of the Penovlc h , 461; Ralph Hansoon. The meetmgs will be held the your own . ters pledges and dates at Judy B d th fact th t 35 lege. He later received the . . J I t i te 443, LouiW -.yard, 408; Gloria Johnson. first and Wednesday s of The_ USF RIFLE CLUB will Sheiton's lake home. Pledges o/Lisa area prodegree. from. New York Uniou rna r CLUB hilS all need392; Liz the month durmg the free hour !"leet m UC 221, Th';lrsday:, d'!lrprovided entertainment. duced annually at a worth of versity. , ed equipment and promises BOWLING TO'VRNEY in UC 205 : m_g the hour. Jtm Ke':'wick Meredith Lynn has pledged approximately $2 million. For-An "'ell as an recreational and competitive B t I w (Flnal_Rosutts> New officers of the JEWIS? be m charge_of the discusFia during informal rush. Offimerly sold only fresh and educatwl'!-al adm_mistrator , he p b . t â€¢ h d gymnastics. STUDENT . UNION are: pres!on the vanous types of cers of the new pledge class are: f th Lisa is now being began; hls career as u Is e The HORSE FANcIER s E MaJOrs ...................... 1811 dent, Martm van. Gelder; vice nfles. . president, Judy Rheinberger; . .;he majority of the an m at the . CLUB hopes to have land apw:::: :::::::::::::::::: mr president, Phylhs Wohlberg; Leland Hawes , Sunday feature and secretary-treasurer Sandy 1 g d th t the Lisa is as Uruvers1ty of Mmnesota and P iated for stables in the ClEO ............................ 1632 .secretary, Susan Sahm; treasur-editor of The Tampa Tribune Shanahan. ' Pt ante a tree a n f . t other taught for 12 years at Colgate pro rfuture around whi'ch they .... 1 1 6 6 1 06 8 B b W If t k t d ' as Y as una or a Y 0 1 s u t b b a d' The Language Literature Di near .. .. .. ... ..... er, o oo . was gues spea er a a mner FIDES: Fides accepted two eers in the fish world mvers1 y e . ecomm . ., 1 . -. . fwill stage their shows and exAU-Stan ..... .................. , The SENIOR ACCOUNTING of the USF PRESS CLUB last new pledges durin" informal P rector of the diVISIOn of higher vllllon of the Umvers1ty o . . Enotas ......................... Io4s ORGANIZATION of the UniMonday evening. Hawes spoke rush. They are Patsy Gatling B I FMT A education of the New York South has this behibttJons. UB is com li.. versity of South Florida invites on the trends in newspaper fea-and Sue Knopke. e nt ey tO State EducationDepal'tment in gun pubhshmg the U.S.F. Tlle JUDO CL . f !? Beta IV F.: . â€¢ .............. 1302 all majors to. attend ture writing around the United TRI-8IS: Plans are now being . Yvonne Be!ltley,_ a USF mu-1942. _Dr. All.en in, that Quarterly" under the !f!. .E .. ::::. ::.:::.:::::: a meetmg Wednesday mght at States. made for a party for sisters sic student 1s gomg to Talla-capacrty until becommg v1ce editorship of Dr. Alb .ert M. B i t . tJ t d of WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL BOWLT. 'W '1:30 o'clock in the University Wing Preodor is chairman of pledges and dates to be held hassee in November to repre-president of the University of Gessman. The journal is actutot sd 1111 Ie s Y triSif . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . !330 Center. At this time Harry club. Program. chairman is Nov. 3 at a private club. Mem-sent th-: university at. the state Flf the conference. Dr. and Mrs. "Fast Lau_neh Into Orbit A f Fre n c h C l ub Randolph Edmonds of Florida My reactiOn the launch A & M Univer sity will discuss one of . excJtement and The ;French Club met last "New Frontiers in American pnde. My excitement turned to . . . , Education Theater." Last year when I heard that Wednesday rught m their fust Dr. and Mrs. Edmonds took a five mmutes a f t e r launch formal meeting of the fall sea F.A.M.U. theater group on a was in orbit. . s on. Moderated b y John Laz tour of Africa under the au-I m proud to l;le workmg at zara, president, the entire sesspices of the United States the Cape helping in the space sion was in the French Ian-State Department. .. Alth"Ough I had no guage. Professor Jack Clay , assistant part m thls Manned Spaceflight Opening the evening's pro-professor, tlieater arts, will I am on . large: and ceedings was Yvonne Bentley , chair the program "New Ap-better mlSSlles Which Wlll be USF music student, who played proaches to an Old Art: Improin future space work. the difficult Chopin "Nocturne vised Drama:" Dr. James E. W1th each s uccessful lau!lch I in C Minor." Popovich USF speech staff see, m y confidence grows m the will "Creative scie ntists and technicians and fDr. Rus1 s 1ell deatn for Children." and Prof. Rich -the whole space program. " o . the co ege o I era ar s, ard Fallon, FSU theater staff Many of the other USF stu -spok e to tl_1e group on the role v,ill speak on "Commedia Dell: dents in the Work-Study Pro-of Fra.nce m the wo:r ld. Arte." gram now assigned to the Also mtroduce d at this Prof. Frazer White, Univer-Launch Operations Center at was the club mascot, . a hve 5ity of Miami, will moderate a Cape Canaveral went along wit_h Coq GaulOis-symprogram on "New Methods and Padelford's comments that It o o ranee: Dev ices for Teaching Speech;" makes yo u feel good to be workTw? surpnse g uests participating will be Mr. Sam ing with such a team of scien-Monsieur and Madame Mass1eu Faircloth, FSU, "Teach in g li sts and technicians. of Oldsmar, formerly (Jf BarAmerican Speec h as a Foreign deaux, France. They had read Language," and s. Leonard Foru m Will Disc uss of the meeti!lg in the pap_er Singer, director of learning reW orld Communls m and had dec1ded to m . rwurces Florida Atlantic UniThe students chatted WJth the versity,' who will demonstrate On Wednesday , Oct. 17 a couple in FreJ?Ch for an hour new instructional aids in speec h . University Forum will be held after the meeting. Avlâ€¢atiâ€¢OD Clt-L PC 21 1 P l a nn e d ida i s featured in a chapter of Ill "Casebook on Campus Planning . â€¢ and Institutional Dev elopment," T B F d For Tri mes ter II a new book just published by 0 e Orffie the Office of Education of the Gl vens States Department of Health, Edu-0 C . catiOn and Welfare. fi ampus Dr Pa 1 R Giv1ens co -chairUnivers-ity President John S. u ' Allen wrote the chapter on USF, A new student and staff or-man of the psychology program, one of 10 chapters dealing with ga ni zation, d esigned "to pro-says that plans are being made planning problems at various mote interest in aerospace and to add PC 211, Experimental institutions. The casebook was the atmosphere," ge t s underway Design and Methodology I, to to assist. other college thi s week in the form of the . offiCial s faced with the probUSF Aviation Club. the Tnmester II schedule. lems of expan s ion to keep up An organizational meeting for Many transfer students, par-with ever-increasing need s. the special interest club is slat-ticularly juniors, wishing to In a forward to Dr. Allen's ed for 1 :25 p.m. Thursday in major in psychology were di s -article, the case book states: CH 111, with Dr. T. C. Helvey, . . d f "Planners who hav e the good a s s o c i ate professor of bio-appomted to fm both sec Ion s fortune to be free in their cam physics, acting as faculty ad-of PC 211 closed and none pus planning to make a clean vis or. scheduled for either Trimester start with no hobbles of preHelvey , an active pilot him-11 or III. PC 211 and its conexisting patterns may be the self, said James E. Bluce, a tinuation PC 212 are required e nv y of other camp u s planners. P rofessional flight instructor in But they also are faced with the c o u r s e s for all psychology d t f t t the Tampa Bay area, will con -severe JU g men o posen y duct free firs t flight le sson s majors. It would be impossible should they fail to fully assess and free ground school instruc-for l eft-out juniors to meet the the trends and to provide ade tion for club members. requirements within the next quatel_y Ior t _o!fl.OI ' Ground school instruction by . . row m ed u catJOnal fac1hhes. Bruce will include meteorology, four tnmesters lf PC 211 was The planners at the University aircraft mechanics, flight dy-not scheduled for either Tri-of South Florida were primarily namics and instrume ntation. mester II or Ill. concerned with building a f'orH elvey will give ground instruc -Dr. Givens remarked that philo;;ophy of t . d ssile cahon and then Implementmg 1963 m & commuters, each with two legisLast day to apply or to lato rs. Elections were held and .' .. .... .'. . . .' ... only 18 legislators were chosen, Last day for l a t e registration, elected by only a handful of ln terested students. 1003 TRIMESTER m B Commuting students were at Last day to apply or a disadvantage in thp.t they were .. .' .' .' .' .' .' .' ... .' .' ... not notified of which unit they Last day for late registration. are a part of until the day of cone the scheduled meeting. Dorm Final i . Aug. 7 stud'!nts, who normally would Last day to apply or to provide the bulk of at:Uve mem-reappJy . .................... Aug. t bership, evidently couldn't Classes begin .. Sept. 9 themselves away from their 25 USF Staff Will Visit At complex and activities to attend a 30 -minute mee tin g. Word has been circulated that this will be the last year that USF will have a student govcape Canaveral ernment geared to the al; that if interest remams as Approximately 25 m embers of low as it is, a new government the University of South Florida program with perhaps 20 sen faculty will visit the various ators-at-large, will be miss ile program installations at The p'Oint is this: South Flor Cape Canaveral, Tuesday, Oct. !da has the poteJ:ltial to develop 16, in a tour aimed at acquaintmto one of the be.st centers of in" them with th e s pac e age learning in Amenca. and one factor n ecessary to this develop. . ment is an active and enthusi-Included m th e group w ill be astic student But it several of the Worktakes support. It takes a little Study Committee who serve as care advisers to students currently _. ---------on the teams assigned to the c h A Mâ€¢t National Aeronautics and Space ICJCJerS re I eS Administration at the Launch COLUMBUS, Ohio (JP}-ChigOperations Center. gers are the larval forms of one Dr. T. C. Helvey i s in charge family of mites. . of the day's program which will Repellents apphed. to sock be g in when the group boards tops and m an Air Force plane at Tampa ance are .vety International Airport for the 1D preventmg chigger The program, "New Techn iques on "The Sovie t Question: Rus in Choral Speaking" w ill be s ian Nationalism or Internaconducted by George Mahar, tional Communism." The Forum Sarasota High Schoo l , and the will be in CH 100 and Douglas program on "A New Look at Pidgeon will be moderator. .Judging Forens ics" will be On the panel for discussion chaired by Mrs. Imogene Dolowill be James Clendinen, edizik, Indian River College. tor of the Tampa Tribune, Dr. 10n In aero ynamlcs, mi psychology has long been a that philosophy with adequate dynamics, and various aspects Lightnin g of the aerospace scie nces. "Prifavorite major. C l asses fill facilities . " . S k T â€¢ marily, the club member will rapidly and close quickly. ProThe article traces the plan-flight to Patrick Air Force Base __________ _ near the Cape. Dr. T. C. Helvey made ar-Frank H. Spain Jr., John W. rangements for the trip and Egerton, Dr. Robert L. Zetler, other members of th e faculty Elliott Hardaway, Dr. Donovan and staff goin g include: George Lichtenberg, Dr. E 1m o E. H . Miller, Dr. Donald C. Rose , Moretz, Dr. Edwin P. Martin, Dr. Russell M. Cooper, Robert Dr. Eurus G. Sell ers, Dr. L . Dennard, C l y d e B. Hill, Dr. Charles F. Reasoner, Dr. James Sidney J . French, Dr. Ray L . D . Ray, Dr. 'F. Sweigert, Dr. Theodore A. Ash -Dr. Robert DaVIs, John S1ms Eord, Dr. Jean A. Battle, Dr. and Dr. Miles Hardy. All members of tpe faculty Victor Mamtey, profes sor at and interested students are inF . S.U . and Dr. Robert Warner, vite d to attend all session s of chairman of the USF American the conference. Idea Department, , . tru e WICe learn to fly, the bas i c elements crastinators and late-comers ning a nd development of the TULSA, Okla. (IP)-Mrs. Nel-of it," added Helvey. "He may have problems at USF because University from its founding by lie Dinsmore drove her new become qualified to pass the the staff shortage will not the stat e l egislatwe, d escribes automobile to the courthouse to ground and flying tests take n always allow addin g a class some of the problems faced in testify about her older car bein g to obtain a private pilot even when the demand is great. this development and tells how s tol e n by an alleged organized lic e n se." Dr. Givens hopes the staff will they were met. It a l so outlines group. While inside the build-Minim u m rates will be be increased to meet the great 'the educational goa ls and long ing her new auto was taken by charged for all flights after the number of students interested range obj ectives of the Univerthleves. first, according to Helvey. in psychology. sity, , .