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I ( ' University Of South Florida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES United Fund Campus Drive In Fourth Week SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 221 ORIENTAL MOTIF Alice Wright is using a Japanese feather duster to clean the Japanese prov erbs printed on metal hanging from her Japanese lantern. She is wearing a Japa nese "happy coat " and in the background are curtains and a bedspread made of material from Japan. â€¢ JAPANESE DECOR Incense, Midnight Oil By JACKIE MONTES Ac a d e myaward w i n n i n g 1' G i 'lnt ' will be the se cond movi e of the trimester. It w ill b e g iven on Frid a y , Oc t o ber 26 in T A at 7 : 30 p . m. Admi ss i o n for tl;le mov ie will b e 2 5 cents . This TAMPA, :FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS I !Buccaneer An d Brahma Re-enter In 1 Competition Petition Signers .Outnumber Original Contest Voters By LOUISE STEWART .Here we go again! Run-off voting between the Buccaneer and the Golden Brah ma takes place next week with a third choice on the ballot -neither of these. Recently the Executive Council to the Student Association heard at its session 1 a petition from 440 students proposing a r un-o between the top winners of the cot contest since there was no plurality winner and no box in. which the student could mark none of these . The number of students signing the petition was greater than the 390 students who voted in the conte s t. This NOT GATOR BAIT Allen Says Rivalry .Not on USF Side is a graphic example o f the interest stirred up o v e r the mascot conte s t now that i t ha s already been run. Mascot or Not? Th e new election will no t af fect the prize s given t o the win ning entrants in t h e contest. The upc omin g vote is strictly on the choice of mas cot or not. Little Man on Campus
Deaths in Tampa 1\fRS. : MARY J. KEMI'ItAN !Mrs. Charlotte Womble, Naples Mrs. Mary J. Kemman, 69, and Mrs. Marquette T a y 1 or, of Land 0' Lakes died SaturTampa; a grandson, Ronald L. day afternoon in a Tampa hosMcVeigh, U.S. Army; a nephew, pita!. A native of LaGrange, 111. James M. Bruce Jr., Arcadia; she had lived in Pasco County two great-granddaughters, Mrs. for four years. Mrs. Kemma11 JoAnn Fagen, Tampa, and Missj was a member of thE! St. Johns Kathy Womble, Naples; two Lutheran Church. She is sur-greatgr.a11dsons, Larry and vived by her husband, E. H. Randy Womble, Naples; and two Kern man, Land .0' Lakes; one great-great-grandsons, W a y n e daughter, Mrs. Lois Steffen.1 and Steve Fagen, Tampa. Hebron, Ill.; one son, Robert Kemrnan, Mount Prospect, Ill.; MRS. EDITH B. PREMER five grandchildren: and two Mrs. Edith B. Premer, 86, of ters, Mrs. Louise Myren, West8104 N. Fielding, died Saturday chester, Ill., and Mrs. Margaret night at her horne. A native of Borg, Salt Lake City, Utah. County, Ohio, she had hved m Tampa for nine years. MRS. NANNIE L. WATSON Mrs. Prerner was a member of Mrs. Nannie Lynn Watsorf, the Free Methodist Church, and 72, of Bradley, Fla., a former the A u x i 1 I a r y of the Joe resident of Tampa for many Wheeler Camp of the Spanishyears, died Friday. A native of American War Veterans. She js Hillsborough County, she had survived by one son, Charles lived in Polk County for two A. Premer; Detroit, Mich.; two years. Mrs. Watson is survived daughters, Mrs. June A. by her husband, James I. Wal-Stephenson, Tampa, and Mrs. son, Bradley, Fla.; one daughOra Lorene Franklin, Arizona; te.r, Mrs. Jewell Smith, Brad-niece, Mrs. Helen Coyner, Ohio ; ley, Fla.; four grandchildren, nine grandchildren and numersix great-grandchildren; two ous great-grandchildren. WILLIAM B. SHARPE brothers, James W. Lynn Jr., Tampa; E. M. Lynn, Manatee, Fla. and several nieces and nephews. William B. Sharp e, :56, of 4830 F 1 am i n g o Road, died Saturday morning in a Tampa MRS. ANNA M. JENSBERG hospital. Mr. Sharpe w a s a Mrs. Anna M. Jensberg, 84, native and life-long resident of of 5114 Olney Ave., died SaturTampa. He was chief warden day morning in a Tampa hos-for the City of Tampa Stockade pita!. A native of Boston, Mass., for 16 years. He is survived by she had lived in Tampa for six his widow. Mrs. Marion Sharpe; years. one daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Littleton, and two grandchilMRS. FLORENCE HOOD dren, all qf Tampa. Mrs. Florence Gertrude Hood, _ ___::___:.__ _ _: ______ _ Funeral Notices FINKE, JAMES ALFRED -Funeral services for Mr. James Alfred Finke. a result of an automobile accl!ent, will be conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock rrom the Btoommtdale HIGH FLYING FLAG? Old Glory doesn't fly over the new First Federal Savings and Loan Association 12-story building as it seems here. The new building is framed by a flag flying from the Madison Street side of Marine Bank and Trust C&. The view is from the Key Terra Cela Church. Pallbear. Cafeteria. The Marine Bank and Trust co. once occupied the site ' of the' Nir. Federal structure. Deaths in T ampa, Elsewhere Buy an annuity and live Financial insecurity can lead to a barren and lonely existence for the ol<,ier person. Those years after 60 can also brjng_ the fear of out-living capital and the worry of managing the sayings of a lifetime. The result-often severe stresses that can be dangerous to both physical and mental health. People w_ho buy annuities buy freedom from worry and fear. Our annuitants find that a regular income THE TAMPA TIME. Publlahed e â€¢ e a I â€¢ r a â€¢â€¢â€¢daJ tltrourll 8alat4aJ bY Tile Tribune Compan7 trom The Trlbuae Balltl lnr, L..ratelle aatl Morr .. llr .. h , Tampa, Florida. Ealeretl aâ€¢ ueencl olau lll&ller lbe Pan Otnce al Tampa, l'lbrtb, lllldtr lite Ael of 1. 18711. 8ultaotl;lloJt Ralu: By carrier SOc per â€¢â€¢*I by carrier er aall lhtte U.t4h a!& IIIOD\11, n.so , â€¢â€¢ :roar Sub .. ri,Uon p&Jible lD ah&JtOO, He111hr ot A&no"tâ€¢â€¢ Prua â€¢ â€¢ ef Aadll Buruâ€¢ el Clr. '19, of 2022 Grant St., widow of James Hood, desk sergeant for the Tampa Police Department at one time, and sieter of the late James M. Bruce, mem ber of the Tampa Police Depart ment for 28 years when he retired in 1932, died late Sunday. A native of Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. Hood had resided in Tampa since 1907. She was a of the Concord Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. May Emmons, Tampa; a sister, Miss Jennie C. Bruce, Tampa; two granddaughters, Deaths for life brings peace of mind, helps make those sunset years a rich and satisfying experience. And we know that many live to a ripe old age. Whether you are 30 and buying an annuity in advance or you are 70 and want payments to start now TAMPA IORH e TAMPA OWNED TAMPA 114-'NAG) See Page , .. A for Details ZENITH HIGH FIDELITY STEREO Gtves Twtce the Stereo Sound Separation No Down Jlayment Small Monthly Payments 0 Falk's TVFifth Floor Your BEST Investment FOR MOST OF US. Fifty years from now, everything we now own will belong to someone else. The one thing that will be ours permanently will be our ceme tery lot and the monument on it. Our monument will incr .. ase in value for it will say to all who sen it that someone loved us. It will indicate virtue and eterhal lif.,. Descendants of our loved ones and friends will point to it with pride many years -from now. If you have not placed your family memorial, we will be glad to help you with your planning before dollars shrink any more. MAY WE HELP YOU? TURNER MARBLE & GRANITE CO. 2601 E. Broadway !7th Ave.) TAMPA, FLA. PH. 248-2526 man. Mr. Bllly Brooks, Mr. Jimmy Smith, Mr. Dourlas Smith, Mr. Le land Byrd, Mr. Jarkie Shattle, Mr. Mike Clros, Mr. Charlle Cemetery. C. E. Prevatt Funeral Home, 1419 Nebraska Avenue in charge or arrangements. LEBRON. MRS. DOLORES-Funeral for Mrs. Lebron, afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Chapel of Lord & Ferhandez. Inter ment will be In Garden of Memories I at the Lord & Fernandez Chapel. AC Lopez, Joe Fernandez and Manuel Pintado. Honorary: Placido Lebron Jr., Edmond Ponichtera and Llo11el Martinez. LETO, NICK Fun.,ral services for I Mr. Nick Leto, JJ, of 2402 N. Tam panla Ave. wlll be held from the A. P. Boza Nebraska chapel wUh burial In Woodlawn . (Date and time to be announced later). He is sur vlved by his widow, Mro. Bessie Leto, llis mother, Mrs. Rose Leto. two ! Josephine Leto, a brother, Ignazio Leto, and his fatherlnlaw, Joe DI Stefano. Pallbearers: Gene Vega, MAK8YMOW, MRS. 1\IARY M.-Rosary services for Mrs. Mary Madelene Maksymow, 82. of Rt. 2, Box 1148, rural Tampa wlll be said Monday eve nlng at 7 :30 o'clock from the Chapel of the Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, Requiem Mass for the repose of her soul will be offered , Tuesday morning at 9:00 o'clock from the Church of the Nativity Catholic M Yrtle Hill Cemetery. MOSLEY, STEWARD serv lees for Mr. Steward P. Mosley, 73 , or Rlvervil!w, Fla., wlll be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from th-. Gibsonton Church of God. I with Rev. J. J. Newman, the pastor officiating, assisted by Rev. Grat Horton, of Richlands, Va. Interment will. be in the Sunset Memory Gar I dens. Pallbearers will be: Fred Clem onts. Charlie Kyle, Amos Trulock, Company Funeral Home. PRElllER, 1\IRS. EDITH B. -Funeral services lor Mrs. Edith B. Premer. 86, of 81M N. Field in(, will be con ducted Wednesday morning at 11 : 00 â€¢ o'clock from the Free Methodist Church, 6101 N . Armenia Ave., with the Pastor., Rev. Jack Logan offi elating. Interment will be In the Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Arranfements ammon ROSAS. JULIO -Funeral services !or Mr. Julio Rosas, 70, of 2110 St. "il,'! pa Chapel with Interment in Colon Cemetery. Pallbearers: Julio Rosas 1 Ill, Jameâ€¢ Lounders, Agustin do, Tony Rosas and Mario Alvarez. Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. Elvira Rous; one daughter, Mrs. I Rose Lounders; one son, Julio Rosas! Jr.; one sister, Mrs. Josera Alvarez; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Conchita No.. â€¢gt and two SHARPE, WILLIAM B.-Mr. WUI!am B . Sharpe, of 4830 Flamingo Rd., passed awAy Saturday morning . Funeral services will be held Tues. day aflern.oon at 4 : 00 o'clock !rom the Chap@! or t.he F. T. Blount Co. ('burch. ol!lclatlng. Active pallbelr ers will be A . S. Millan, Jack Clark, Honorary pallbearero will be Kent Hayes. John H. Miller. H. 0 . Bell, Turnley Rawls, Sidney Blendees, Harry Yates, Ralph Lazzara, Jack Cutchens. Alex Scaallone, Dave Pierce. 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THE TAMPA TIMES , Monda y, October 22, 1962 ART CERTIFICATE t WOMAN? " Woman " is one of the two pictures responsible f or Randy Chaffee ' s nomination as winner of the Bo tega Ar t Scholarship Award r ecently. The scholarship award amounts to a $60 art supply certificate. The money for the award was raised last spring in the Bo tega art club ' s F estival and Auction. Students inter ested in art are urged b y the art club to join the ranks of Bot e ga . EMOTIONS 'HIT HOME' Chaffee Wins First Botega Scholarship .;::; "SURGE ' ' "Surge " was painted by . Randy Chaffee for the Botega Art Scholanbip competition. Studen t s who are art majors , full-time , and bave a cumulati .ve grade point average of at least 2 . 3 or better , and 30 o r more credit hours , six in an art coms e, were eligible t o compete . Water Ski Group Formed College Grad Employers Hit Campus Soon In anticipation of the Uni versity's first graduating class, three employers of college grad uates have requested the Per sonnel Division to coordinate their visit to the University's campus. Two of these, the Peace Corps and the Federal Governme n t Civil Service Program, are schedu led for the mo nth of No vember, while the third, North western Mutual Life I n surance Co., is schedu led for the second .;, trim ester. The Peace Co rps representa tive, Douglas K i ker, chief of t h e division of public i n formation, will be on camp u s T h u rsday, November 1, a n d will address interested staff a n d students at 1:25 p.m . Th u rsday, Nov. 1, i n CH 100. A film abo u t the Peace Corps will also be shown at that meeting. Kiker will be i ntroduced by Dr. Charles Arn ade, Associate Pro fessor o f History at Univer sity of South . Florida, and con sultant on B olivia to the Peace Corps Program. Two informal disc u ssion sessions have been scheduled for that day; one at 2:45 p. m . i n AD 2 00 9 , and the other at 3:45 p. m . i n AD 2009. The U.S. Civil Service repre sent ative will be o n campus on Wednesday, November 21, and will talk informally with i n ter.,. ested students at 1 0 :10 a.m. in AD 2073, at 1:25 p.m. in AD 2073, and at p.m. in AD 12073. Further details concern in g the Northwestern Mutual visit, as well as any other employers visiting the campus, will be anno u nced later. Staff or students desiring further informatio n about the above or related mat ters shou l d contact the Person nel Services Office at exten I sion 141. !'> r -t