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University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 16 BULL ON A RING More Info. On Designs CO-EDS COMPETE FOR GLAMOR TITLE Dressed to kill, from left to right, are Marlene Hennis, Nancy-Lee Olson, Heidi Brose, Elaine Usher, and Holly House. University voters will be faced with a difficult decision Tuesday, when they choose USF's best dressed girl from these five finalists. The winner will go to Glamor 1.\lagazine's national best dressed col lege girl contest. Spaces Open For Spring Trip To New York, Wash. TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1963 PRICE FIVE CENTS Allen Reveals Budget Woes Mo,re $1s Needed To Meet Growth ONLY 49 MORE MILES TO GO! Actually these hardy Marine Reservists have cov ered about 40 of the 50 miles when this picture was taken. Cpl. Garcia is the one "strutting" second from left. Pictured are, from left, Lance Cpl. Humphrey, Garcia, Capt. Barringer, Maj. Ghiotto, and Lance Cpl. Nichols. At this point the group was somewhere on the northern end of Dale Mabry, heading for Gandy Boulevard. The 1963 ",i.e." the USF literary magazine, will be avail able in the latter part of March. It will contain more material, and, according to Don Gray, editor, "the quality of the se lections is much better" than that of last year, and it will cost only 35c. Gray added that the stand ards for the selections were much higher due to the volume of contributions. Of the total works submitted, about 10 per cent were chosen. The selec tions were made by the edi torial board of four students and approved by the three fac ulty sponsors, Sheldon Greb stein, Sy Kahn, and Hans Juer gcnson. The selections were made on the basis of content, originality, and ability in the pa1.1ticular genre. In addition to the short stories and poems by students, there are three contributions by facu1ty members. Prof. Arnade First On TV Book Show Dr. Charles Arnade became the firs t USF professor to ap pear on the ETV program "The World of Books," Feb. 21. Dr . . Arnade, associate profes sor of history, was interviewed on "the subject of several o his social science books.

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2 Deaths in' Tampa Area E. D. Perez, Former Cuban GOVRNOR DISTURBED Executive GEORGE N. BICKNER home. A native of HawkenConsul in Tampa, Dies Rocky May Probe News Strike Of Boy SCOUtS N. Bickner, 77 , of Li-ville, Ala., Mrs. Haynes had Eliseo Diaz Perez, 91, 304 S. Jose Marti, Cuba's liberator, 68 . mona, died yesterday lived in Tampa for the last 18 Melville Ave. , former Cuban years ago. NEW YORK,( Feb. 25 (JP)can't get the city's nine major pute. Powers replied, " We have De d 67 in a Plant C1ty hospital. A na-. . c 1 T eli d t s 1 d h' "d G N 1 A R k f 11 f " a at t i v e 0 f N e w years. Survivors mclude one onsu m ampa, e yes erUl'VIVOrs me u e IS Wl ow, ov. e son . oc e e er says papers back on the streets. no pre erence. day in a Tampa Mrs. Addie Perez; two sons, he may appoint a board of in-Later, as the D em o c r a t i c SANTA BARBARA, Calif. , 0 rk: he brother, J. W. Sheally of Jack-hospital. W. D . Perez, Los Altos , Calif. , quiry, with subpoena powers, to "WE HAVE arrived at the end mayor left city all, he said the. Feb. 25 (JP)-A man who de-lived m Flonda sonville; one sister, Mrs. W . E . A vetera n of and M. E. Perez, San Francisco, look into the 80-day-old New of the road" Rockefeller said on rispute should not become invoted his entire professional Patterson of Ala, Ga; Duane E . 40 years service Calif.; a daughter, Miss Addie York City newspaper blackout. the " .•. This thing volved in politics and that he bethe Boy Scouts of past 15 years. He Thompson Jr. of Montgomery, with the Cuban F . Perez, Tampa; two brothers, The head of the striking t f th ., lieves the Republican governor Amenca JS dead at 67. founded the Ala . , and several other nephews Consulate, Mr. Pedro New N.:V printers says that if such a canno go any ur er. . . feels the same way. A_. Shuck, former TamP a Moose and nieces. Perez made the a!Jd Delio M1am1; f1v_e board were set up, "We'd re-The governor set no specific President Kennedy chre f executive of the scouts, and several other n e w s in 1960 Mrs. Elisa Urbach, M1spond. " But as to accepting time for intervening in the_ dis-last w .e e k that t_he d(Cd yesterday at Cottage Hos-lodges in Florida MRS. SYPHRONISBA HICKS when Castro disami, Mrs. Rosada Key the fidings of the board, adds pute that he termed "cntical and subm1t their differ-pita!. A friend said he had and was former L H " k continued his West, Mrs. Amparo Rodnguez, Bertram A. Powers "We re-. . . from an economic point of ences to an mdependent determb een suffering from cancer of Mrs. Syphronisba IC s, pension because x Tampa, Mrs. Obdulia Perez, Cu-serve the right to or review." But he said he would ination of some kind. the liver. of 66, of 1109 Dogwood Ave., died he would not re[t' ba, and Mrs. Angelica Pita, Mi-ject on the merits of the pro-act "pretty soon." Saturday night in a Tampa turn to the is,;',,,, ami, and two grandhcildren. 1" F" h 1 t p k WAGNER THEN offered to 'Schuck, active in scouting He was a meni-h . 1 . land. :. ,,,. posa . . Ive 01!rs a er, owers spo e act as um pire and recommended since 1913, was chief national ber of the Li-Bickner osp1ta A native of T _erry, Mr. Perez, who Perez 82 Year Old S • There was no 1m m e d 1 ate on a radto program and gave a settlement "if such a recom-scout executive from 1948 to mona Evangelical United Breth-Ind., she had been a resident h d r d . T f • • WlmS comment by the publishers. his reaction to the governor's mendati on should become neces1960, when he retired and ren Church, past exalted ruler of Tampa for two and one-half y:ars !fso Feb. 25 R!!ckefeller told aa television statement. sary. " B u t first, he said las t . moved to Santa Barbara from of the Elks of St. Petersburg, years. Mrs. Hicks is survived two • historical novels, "La led group of sw1maud1ence yesterday-two hours Powers, president of striking night, he wants to "continue the scouts' headquarters in New past governor of the Loyal Ormers mto. the _1cy water of the before printers and Local 6 of the OFL-CIO Inter-mediation, until we find that' Brunswick, N.J., der of the Moose of Tampa. He by one daughter, Mrs. Frances Vega," the story of the life of Moskva River m 20-degree tern-began separate talks with Mayor national Typographical Union mediation can in no way bring He was scout executive of the was 1!attorney, having S. Jones, Tampa; seven sisters, a Cuban tobacco !.arm he knew perature to celebrate Robert F. Wagner at city hall
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ART in STEAKS Cocktails Served A.ll Major Credit Mon.-Sat. 5-12: Sun. 5-10:30 p.m. BERN'S STEAK HOUSE 1208 South Howard Phone 252 t Blks . N. Baysbore Royal Hotel To Sell a Boat Place a WANT AD-Ph. 223-4911 TO HELP STOP CAPITAL OUTFLOW THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, February 25, 3 .......................... .. Alliance for Progress Bond Sale Urged By CHARLES KEELY reduce the American taxpayer'slsolve their problems, what can age 16 a $50-a-year s.ubsidy change rates to stem the loss Copley News Service burden. be expected of the other eoun-1 to families for each ch ild at-of hard currency. " " h bl L t' A tries tending school. 5. Reduction of armed forces WASHINGTON Alliance T e pro em m a m mer. . to police proportions with an for P rogress Bonds" have been ica" he said "is that all these "I wonder if those who talk 3. Effective taxatiOn and tax 11 L t' il't t bli h t ' ' b t d f 11 d ' f t ' f L t a a m m 1 ary es a s men , recommended for sale to Latm sus ame o a s.o-ca .u ure or a m collection. to NATO, for external Americans to help halt the flow by foreign capital mvestlnent or Amenca thmk m terms of our 4 . Elimination of d u a 1 exdefeDPe, of capital from that area. bailed out by loans from the tion or a hundred years . The proposal comes from United States and other govnow." John Rand, vice president of ernments." _ Rand offered sugges-the A. J. Armstrong Co., the Alliance bonds, according to twns for Latm natwns: largest U.S. international comRand, should be "payable at a 1. Natwnal electiOns ':' r Y mercia! finance organization decent rate of interest and with three years so that pohbc1ans with wide experience in Latin assurances that the names of wouid try to;, "do more good America. bond holders would not be dismore qmckly. . closed." 2 . Compulsory education to says such would Rand sees a brighter economprovide funds for Latm l?roic outlook in Latin America in grams and at the same time 1963 " because it couldn't get ADVERTISEMENT any WOrse." "I HAVE never seen Latin honest Fa•lr America as . a whole in such a state of turmoil and confusion," Works 4 U 2 Save U $ he said. "If countries like Ar gentina and Chile cannot re-Prescriptions? ADAMS-of course REGULAR MEETING ALLIED VETERANS of HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th 8 P.M. GERMAN AMERICAN CLUB 6211 N. ROME AVE. All CIVIC and VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS INTERESTED IN LEGALIZING BINGO INVITED. CANDIDATES FOR the STATE LEGISLATURE INVITED New/ Exclusive!* From Zenith! Remarkable new Zenith Acoustic Modifier improves hearIng aid performance. Designed for those who could never be helped by a hearing aid before-the millions of people frustrated because they can hear ... but don't understand! Get a demonstration today! BETTER HEARI,NG AID SERVIC' E 316 MADISON PH. 223 ........ . 0 • t! 0 \ .' HEA,RING AIDS'. on Credit * REFRIGERATORS * .ALL CHANNEL TVs * VACUUM CLEANERS *WASHING MACHINES 13-cu. ft. 2-DOOR TRU-COLD REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER SERVICE CONTRACT Made available ta you when you buy your appli ance, a II o w s another years quarantee on all parts and labor and 5 years for the compressor. FAMOUS SIGNATURE CANISTER VAC Limited Time Only! Powerful 1-HP motor gives deep-down suction with fin ger-tip power control. Uses disposable bags, rolls on 3 casters. 7 attachments include rug 'n' floor nozzle. 139 NO MONEY DOWN on Wards Easy Payment Plan Almost Magic No Frost Ever! Reg. 289.95 SAV 95 24 Months To Pay On Wards Credit * 112-lb. Freez'r * 2 Ice Cube Trays * Pull-Out Crisper * 3 ECJCJ Racks * Butter Compartment * Porcelain Interior * Difused Lighting * Separate Dairy Bar FINE WASHERS YOUR CHOICE! Limited Time Only! Front loading 4 • cycle, top loading 2cycle washers-both with 3 wash, 2 rinse temps; lint filter family-size capacity. Matching dry e r s: gas, $163; electric, $133. s NO MONEY DOWN On Wards Easy Payment Plan TAMPA :.r-. : '. --. . Fill\ ;:-:-.. :;;;;::;;:._? = N, Do'* MoWy oo ,,,.,.,... 4 -. ... •• 177-6161 Open Monday thru Saturday 'til 9 P.M. for Your Shopping t , " I ..

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They Came -( USF photo) -(USF Photo) They Saw ••• ORGANIZATION NEWS UC NEWS Barbed Fence Near Alpha Startles Grass-Trackers By JACK McCLINTOCK 1 this condition continue is be-themas of the conscientious stuOne morning last week, stu-cause of the wasning conditions dent rioter, the R.A.'s. The dents walking to class from the -aside from the fact that it R.A.'s bore pencils and paper to dorms were startled by the sight doesn't look good." carry out their sinister tasks. of a barbed wire fence erected Rain falling on the grass area, Meanwhile, in a meeting of along the sidewalk near Alpha . . the Residence Hall Council, de-Hall, evidently to prevent any-H.Ill explamed, had been run-bate on the thorny problem was one's walking on the grass. nmg down. the worn pathways going strong. The upshot of it Within the hour, a cluster of and undermining the sidewalks aU was a compromise: The sardonically worded signs had and even the building itself. fence would be removed in ex appeared m a g i c a 11 y on the That night, however, a serie!' change for t'le students' prom fence, and plans were cul'l'enl of protest meetings were held ise to stay off the cotton-pickin' to have students patrol the in the dorms, in an attempt to grass. Agreed. stockade with broomstick ar-decide upon ways to deal with So the hall council reps went tillerY on their s h o u 1 d e r s. the crisis. The c on s e n s us Clearly, went the murmurings, seemed to be for destruction of back to their halls, held meet-this barrier was an insult to the the offending fence, and so ings, and extracted promises intelligence of the student and plans were made to a raid from their residents to remain an encroachment upon his on the obstruction at, appropri-on the sidewalks instead of inalienable right to walk where ately, 12 midnight. But there strolling on the greenery. he darn well pleased. was a leak and the security pa-And back at the scene of the From w h e n c e, then, had trol beard of the plans, imme"riot," the c r o w d was dis sprung this irritating and not diately posting a guard on the persing and in due time all be-very subtle edifice? Clyde Hill, fence. come tranquil. physical plant director and the When the delegation of de-Next morning the fence was man responsible for its con-struction arrived that. night, gone, and so ended another of struction, said, "Its purpose is they were met by a small squat! the myriad trials which beset to prevent walking on the grass. of uniformed policemen, backed us as we slog 1esolutely toward The main reason we can't have up by a cadre of those ana-our goal of education. Fro.st Memorial Poems, Parties, Hikes & Sales Billiards, Fashions Movie, on Agenda Jimmy Caras, f o u r times Tryouts for the Readers Thea-, Charles Stuart the outstanding Patsy Wt:lls, pre.sident; .Roni the billiard champion of tbe ter will take place Wednesday pledge of last trimester. During vice pres1dent; VIvian world and a member af the night at 7 p.m. in UC 264. The delayed rush, Bob Gower was Herrm! secre,tary; Merrily Mlll-Brunswick' s billiard advisory program under preparation will \ pledged. er, soc1al Fran Gouze, staff, will appear in the uc p.m. in the ballroom. The semi formal event is sponsored by the UC dance committee. Admission is $2 per couple -no s tags please. Night club entertain ment will be presented as well as a refreshment menu. Music is by Bob Lake and the Vibra tions. be a memorial to Robert Frost. DELPHI CFS representative; Pam ry.rorballroom at 1:25 p.m. and 7 p.m. Anyone interested in reading The sisters of Delphi are ales, CFS and. Lmda Tuesday, Feb. 26 for billiard during the tryouts may pick up planning a slumber party at the The mstalla-exhibitions. a list of poems in the English house of Aurora McKay on tion Is. tomorrow night Caras will first illustrate bil office, UC 252. March 9. Pledges recently at Steve s Lodge. . liard fundamentals, and after-VERDANDI their big sisters a cook-out at A tea was ?Iven .the wards some of his own skill "Teahouse of the August Moon" appears for a one-night stand on Sunday, March 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the TA. Admi s sion price is 25 cents to stu dents and their guests. Verdandi, a new club on cam-Phillippi Park. On March 16 the advisor, Mrs. VIrgmla with trick shots. After the ex-pus. bas recently bee n recog-members be selling Valentme. SIGES hibitions, he will give free innized as a social club. Dr. Fish-nuts at Bntton Plaza from 9 Th . t f s t S t structions. Fred Loupman and er, associate director of student a m to 4 P m e SIS ers 0 Jges spen a George Thomas will play against ETHELONTES urday helping in the pro.ject of him. personnel, granted recognition Th si'sters of Ethelontes and of the Hillsbor-A t' f S t P The m o vi e stars Marlon Brando and Glenn Ford, with Paul Ford and Matchiko Kyo. on behaU of the administration. e . ough Riverfront area Plans are na IVe o cr11n on, enn., The club will now petition the pledges plannmg SOll;gS bein made for a carwash to be Caras now in Upper Council of Fraternal Societies to for entry m the All-Umvers1ty hell on March 2 Derby. He began p1aying pocket become a provisional fraternal contest. They have TRI-SIS billiards on a mil'l:iature ta.ble D 5 h d le society. It is not yet a full-received their new club en-The sister of Tri-SIS held a at age seven, earmng the title a I y c e u fledged society as misstated in sembles. Rosemary Wagner slumber party Saturday night of ''boy wonder of the billiard ALL WEEK the campus edition of Feb. 18. received as a new pledge dunng in honor of their new pledges. world" by . defeating .. Univ. Gallery WESTMINSTER delayed rush. A spaghetti supper is planned Greenleaf In an exhibition Robert McFarland . . . . .LY Five representatives from the EPELTA for March 10 at the American match in 1927 at age seventeen. 2 ,25 USF Westminster Fellowship New Epelta officers are Legion Post located at Florida Greenleaf was then the world Ballroom Dancing . UC264-5 -(USF Photo) will attend a Presbyterian state George Ellsworth, president; and Sligh Avenues. Tri-SIS do-billiard champion. 2 : 30 conference at Lake Placid, Martin Favata, vice president; nated a day of work to the USF The University Center Rec4:00 p.m.u.s.F. Speech Assn. UCI68 March 8, 9, and 10. The organ-and Ernie La do , secretary-treas-booth at the Florida State Fair. reation Committee is sponsorS:30 .. .. They Went Away ••• ization a 1 so had a successful urer. Four of the members rep-ing an all-university billiards 7:00 .. .uucc22 o00s sweetheart banquet on Feb. 15 resented the club at the NaFACULTY-STAFF tournament beginning WednesStudy Group . . . uc168 Harvard Psychologist To Appear Campus Notices Pre-Law Club WITHDRAWALS-Marc I a G . Bald at Las Novedades restaurant.! tional Interfraternal Council at BOWLING LEAGUE day, Feb. 27 and running until 7 ,30 p .m.-Au univ. week-End show Future plans include a hayride Tallahassee recently. The broth-Team Won Lost there is a winner. The th,ree case SubComm. UC226 w1n, Mar.I!O R. Edwards, Roger Gay. T D • ton Sr ., Shelby Anne Lewis, Nelson L. O JSCUSS McPherson, Margaret L. Offenhauer, and a barbecue. ers will be helping with the Chislers . . ..... 51 29 will be straight pockets, snook8 '00 p.m.-All untv . Week-End Steer-"' 3 1 L ing Comm. .. . -.... UC226 YOUNG DEMOCRATS Siges car-wash on March 2. Go Getters ... . . 48,-,. !,., er and caroms. The women's di-Residence Hall -Social Gwendolyn Faye Poss, Roger Dean Randolph, Sherry Gayle Story. c The Young Democrats, loyal FIDES Thinkers ....... 46 34 vision will Include straight 9 ,00 Hall .... UCIZ4 to the national administration, Fides current project is sell-Pintrons .. -. . . 391,.2 pocket billiards. The tourna-council . . . . . . . . . ... -. UC226 DIRECTORY CHANGEs--Donald P. onventi•on Jaes chke, 203 Marlon Ave, Kissimmee: Samuel Miller, 810 Country Club Drive: are making plans for a 50-mile ing membership tickets for the Mathmagicians . 36.! 43 ment is open to all 9 ,00 hike. MS benefit dance to be held Pin Benders .... 35 45 Contestants may register at the and Talent comm . VOTING "Teaching Machines and the New Technology of Education" will be the topic of a lecture given by James G. Holland at the University of South Florida Teaching Auditorium-Theater on Thursday, Feb. 28, at 1:25 p.m. Deletion: Willie C. Anderson. WORK-STUDY OPENINGS SPACE AGENCY-AdviSers may mfot m their advisees that the W!>rkSouth Florida's chapter of the Florida Association of Pre-Law Clubs will report on the recent state-wide convention tonight at 7 o'clock in UC200. ClEO March 4 at the North Boulevard Imprints . -..... UC information desk today. ON BEST DRESSED GIRL ON The brothers of ClEO named Civic Center. New officers are: Silverfish .. . 29 51 Fashion Show 1 ,00 Recreation .. GIFT OF GAVEL "Spring is in the Air," first ...... UC248 fashion show of the year, will p .m.-U. C . Dance comm_ uc200 Co-op Staff Visits Cape Canaveral Members of the Work-Study staff, George H. Miller and Mrs. Binnie J. Neel, visited the Na tional Aeronautics and Space Administration installations at Cape Canaveral recently review ing the work students currently Discussions, Bills tee 1 :25 sgzi 1. During the showing, the hosu : s.'F. L•terary Society UC204 pitality committee will serve refreshments. Council of Fraternal Rena Antinori will moderate coinm.' ..... :82m Holland received his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Virginia in 1955 . He is a re search psychologist with the United States Air Force and Office of Naval Research. Since 1957 he has been a research fel low at Harvard University_ Hol land assisted B. F. Skinner in developing the first reliabl e teaching machines. period starting, Trimester lU, April 22. These include four openings ror mechanical engineers and one ror civil engineers (architecture) at the Mar •hall Space Center, Huntsville, Ala., plus opemngs in accountin&' at the Marshall Space Flight Center and at th e Launch Operations Center, Cape CanaveraL Students work with profes sional men In the ir a rea of Interest. Earnings average $1,250 to SI,700 a work period for above placement of approximately four months. Contact Mrs. Neet. AD I070, ext. 172. The group, composed of stu dents interested in pre-legal ed ucation, will be meeting for the first time with a constitution to guide them. A temporary con stitution, drawn up by the local group, was adopted at the state convention in Gainesville Feb. 15-16. The convention was the first state meeting of its sort in the U.S. t}Je show. Models for the proStudent Assn.-SubComm . gram are Heidi Brose, Diane on Polling UC222 Salling Club . . . . .... UC223 Penalver, Barb a r a Warren, u . c . Arts & Exhibits And Resolutions SPACE AGENCY OPENINGs--The Work-Study Co-op Program has several opening s for the coming Trimester lll with the National Aeronautics and Space A d min!•tratlon including: Me chanica! Engineering, Cjvil Engineer lng and Accounting. Students must have 24 hours of credit at end of current t rimester and a present grad!' point average of 2.2 or bette r _ Appli cants must sicn u p not later than assigned there are doing and ar-d f ranging for additional place-President Lee Lombar ia . ment of USF students. the Student Association imhWhile there they toured the ated the practice of the presi''ready" area where the cap-dent's opening statement to the sule for Leroy Gordon Cooper's Executive Council at the Feb. 22-orbit flight is being prepared 14 meeting. In his remarks he and also saw Cooper. The visit cited the need for council rep included the Saturn pad, Mer-resentatives to drop the idea cury Control , and other points that each council is pulling for where USF Work-Study students itself and take up more the are assigned as trainees. idea of working for the over-all group good. He also stated the wish that every council be fully represented at each meeting. Job Opportunities PART-TIME WORK opportunity is available for a person with a car who is free four nights a week for three-hour sessions. Pay i s fifty dollars weekly; information at ph. 839 -2582. Personnel Services, AD1009, also lists jobs for five men who are free until 10:30 a.m. Mon day through Saturday. The jobs involve two and one-half hours of work for six days at $1.25 per hour. Location near East Gate. Appointment for I n t e r v i e w should be arranged through Personnel Services. Lombardia reported the busi ness of the Jan. 31 legislature and in his remarks included the announcement of a bill to pro vide a gavel to present and fu ture SA presidents to use while in office and keep afterwards as a memento. Senate Report Sarah Caldwell gave the re port from the University Sen ate. The College of Education has introduced plans to develop a curriculum library and an audio-visual s e r v ice center meeting state requirements for -

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