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University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 82 Peace Corps Sends Seufert to Brbzil Two Students Win Graduate Health Plays Role in Staff t OFF TO PEACE CORPS PholoJ Karen Lee Seufert of St. Petersburg, one of 37 USF students to complete degree requirements last month, chats with Dean Sidney J. French during a coffee held in honor of the 'Students. Miss Seufert left last week for a Peace Corps training school at the University of New Mexico. Dick Wheeler has formally anwere coming up in the legisla nounced his resignation as vice ture and I wantedâ€¢ to be back president of the Student As-where the fireworks were going sociation. Roscoe (Red) D,avidon." son will take his place. He was elected president proWheeler stated two reasons tempore of the legislature at for his resignation filed ' about their first meeting. At the end a month before the end of last of that meeting Wheeler an trimester, and becoming effecnounced his resignation. The tive the first week of this tri-president pro-tempore is the mester. constitutionally successor to the Grade Point Average vice president. "First," Wheeler said, "Being Max Hudson, formerly parlia Student Association vice presi-mentarian of the legislature sue dent took a large chunk out of ceeds Davidson. Gary Shimer my grade point average. I am has been appointed to replace a senior and frankly, I can't Hudson. afford anything but a good Kept It Secret grade point average. Wheeler said, "I decided to "Number two," he continued. keep my resignation a secret "I was fed up with the politics . . employed by some parties, priunbl the end of the meetmg be1 marily in the SA who contin-cause I felt that that way the ually restricted, for reasons unelection of the president pro knowr;t. most of the programs tempore would have already we tr1ed to effect. " I h t 1 . taken place and there would be ave o d Lee (Lombardta, . . president of the SAl that I will of vanous be glad to work with him at any t10ns m the time I could be of servic .. for the powci of the v1ce piesie. dency." Resigned To Join Legislature Davi(lson had this to say, "My Davidson's reaction to Wheelnew position was a happy sur er's su.ccession and his succesprise. I did not know of Dick's sion was surprise. Davidson re-resignation. I have no specific cently resigned his post as parplans yet, though there are sev liamentary authority to rejoin eral things I would like to do. the legislature because , "I felt I hope I can do as good a job that the most important issues as Dick has done in the past." ''I All-University CoHee Hour Set -Tues., 1:25 P.M. PRICE FIVE CENTS I IStadiu m Group USF Site Eyes Caution Expressed By USF Officials '63 Class Ring Now Reality KING JOURNALISM STAFF VISITS USF -(USF Pholo) Kay Keating, staff writer for the Campus Edition, preP'lres to serve coffee to _Dee advisor of King High School newspaper, The Scepter. Wattmg thetr turn for coffee are Mtchael Foerster, Campus Edition layout editor and Diane Smith, feature editor of The Scepter. Miss Smith recently won first place in statewide competition for feature writing. After the coffee the group examined the Campus Publications office and toured the campus. The Scepter staff recently retwned from a statewide newspaper convention where their pa per won several awards for excellence. â€¢ -,-(USF Photo) BRADY SPEAKS Dr. Joseph Brady, di rector of Experimental Psychology Department at Walter R e e d Army Medical Center, speaks to group concerning Psycho somatic Research. The lecture was held W ednes day, May 8, in theTA. Watkins Will Be Soloist In Festival Dr. Armin J. Watkins, asso ciate professor of music, will play July 30 in New York as piano soloist in the Chatauqua Music Festival, the oldest mu sic festival in the country. He will play Brahms' D Minor Pi ano Concerto with the Cha tauqua Festival Orchestra under the direction of Walter Hendl, who is associate conductor of the Chicago Symphony. This performance is part of a regular series and will be broadcast na tionally over the ABC Network. Dr. Armin J. Watkins will also leave for his fifth Euro pean tour on Aug. 6. A high light of the tour will be the reci tal which he will present in Copenhagen, Denmark which will be broadcast over fue Dan ish radio network. This recital will feature, in addition to stand ard repertoire, the world pre miere p e r f o r m a n c e s of two works by American com posers, both of which have been dedicated to Dr. Watkins. The first of the two works is three pieces for solo piano en titled "A Formal Triad" by the young American theorist and composer David Kraehenbuehl, recently a professor of music at Yale University. The second American work to be premiered is the "Sonata for Piano" by Dr. Theadore B. Hoffman, assistant professor of humanities at USF. Beginning with Trimester Ill B, Dr. Watkins will be a memâ€¢ ber of the humanities s t aff at USF. ;
2 THE T Ai\1P A TIMES 1\Ionday, 1\fa y 13 , 1963 Weather Data Tampa Bay Forecast Partly cloudy through, Tuesday w i t h a few afternoon or e v e n i n g t hundershowers. Nor t heast and east winds . 10 -18 m.p.h. High today a n d Tuesda y n e a r 85. Low tonight near 6 7. Rainfall for 24 hours, midnight . . . . . . . .04 For month to date . . . . . . . .75 Barometer reading, 7:00 a .m. . ............. 30.09 T O i\lORROW Sun rises . . . . . . . 5:41 a.m. Sun sets ....... 7:12p.m. Moon sets ..... _. 10:06 p.m. Tides a t Seddon Islan d : High. . 4:35a.m. Low .. 12:10 p.m TEMPERATURES Florida High Low Rain Apalachicola 87 72 .14 Clewiston 91 72 Key West .... 86 75 FORECAST Dofv from Momlna Low T H E N ATION ' S WEA T H E R TODAY - reports that dent of Tampa since 1950 when bt othe s, J. T. Pope of Sanford, 56 per cent of all U.S. foreign Mr. Boyd jomed the staff of :VI. L. Pe>pe of Tall_ahassee, S . J. economic aid in 1962 was i n The Tribune. They returned to Pope of Thomasville, Ga .. and the form of loans which was Tampa in 1962 after attending the highest percrntagc since Southern Baptist Theological Oklahoma Hâ€¢gh away Saturday night at her resi-1947. 1 Semina_1y for _three years. dence. will be held Wednes day morn -1 d I h in11 at 9 A .M. 'at St. Lawrence Cath-During the fiscal year which Surv1vors me u . 1er usSchool Has ohc church. at which time a Requiem ended June 30. 1962. the aid band; one son, Wilham Eddy said yesterday $5.084,000,000 in Jr.; one daughter, Del>ra; her o.sease Scare Ros ary services will be held economic aid was provided of parents, Mr. an? Mrs. I:J W w h i c h $2 836 000 000 was in Bryson, Mountville. S.C.. two 3 survived by a daughter Mts Sal 1 0 an s and $Z,24S,OOO,OOO in s isters, Mrs. Dan Turner, Hunt-MARLOW, 0_kla., May 1 (JP) Maca luso, Tampa: two grants. erSVllle, N .C., and Mrs. J. L. A Marlow h1gh school cafeCulp, Atlanta, Ga.; two broth-teria worker has been hospital till 10 P.M. I n terment will be i n Th B N b Colon Cemetery. ers, omas ryson, ew erry, ized with spinal meningitis. ereS.C., and H . W. Bryson Jr., t' f th t b t SOO stu M"Ifi , R . A . "DI C K", STOWERS STOWERS FUNERAL HOME-' . Greenville, S.C. a mg ear a a ou Prado, res ident of Ta mpa for six dents may have been exposed ye ars, passed away Saturday after-PH. G891211 BRANDON. FLA.' TJIE TAMPA T IMES to the disease. i'vlrs. Jessie Mae Jones, 51, 7 P.M. at Marsicano Funeral Home was in critical condition last ANYWHERE ANYTIME B. MARION REED l'ul>llohe d e T e lllll 1 X011day Saturda y by The Tribune Company from The Tl'lbuJie J!ulldnight at an Oklahoma City hosday morning to New Orleans, La., in pita!. AMBULANCE SERVICE e lan matter Po.t Offh:e at woder the Aol o f 1 Dr. F . R. Hassler of the state ment in Lake La"'" Cemeter,,. health department said 1\Trs. Jones was stricken with menin-1 giococcus, a type of meningitis caused by short-lived bacteria. Underwriters Laboratories Approv.M a oter Label t nstallationt LIGHTNING lE TlOH . SYSTEMS . JU1 S . DALE MABRY HWT. TAMPA 9 , FLOIID A TeleD h on e U s â€¢ TamJ>a 1311211 S ubJcrlpUon Jt.ates: Br carrier 30e per week; br carrier or â€¢all lhree ao11U. t â€¢3-tol alx aealbt S7 . 1 0 1 â€¢e UG. $ 0 . SuburipiiO'll pay a ble t a adnn e e . M ember of A..sse cJatetf Presa . llemâ€¢er o C Aadll Burtag 01 CV-nlat.l.oa. He said the bacteria normally are spread t hrough coughing or sneezing and there was little reason for alarm in Marlow. TUNON, MRS. J,JI.Y -Funeral SC!'V ires for Airs. Lily Tunon. age 72, of BRASKA CHAPEL witn burial in Centro Asturiano Memorial Pai'k . Pallbearer s: Stanley Fonte. Stanley J"onte Jr., Julian Torre, Jose Fer nandez. Gera1do Perez. and Juan Sanchez. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS. ADVERTISEMENT -------------------------WANTED Hassler said the department has no plans to close school. X15 Rocket Plane C.4.RD OF TBANK Mr and 1\lrs. E. N. Davis wish to express 'their ap 2 0 HOMES T H A T NEED BEAUTIF YING T Sl d T d preclatlon to each and eve1y one or eSt ate 0 ay the employe_es of Dempsey Chevrqlct I 1 for Utelr kmdness and help durmg WITH A L UMI NUM S IDING FOR FRAME OR C . B .S. ED W A R D S AIR FORCE thei r recent bereavement. BASE, Calif., May 13 IUPU-Air Tampa, Fla.-20 home in this general area "ill be gh en the Force Maj. Bob R us h w o r t h opportunity this month of having the new ALCOA ALUM!l.\ U:\1 planned to take lhe Xl5 more S I D ING applied to their homes "ith hpecial decorative 5 I one ,, ork than 20 miles high today to see how fast the rocket ship's a t a n unus ua ll y l ow prite. This aluminum siding h as captured the surface heats up from air fricJmcreet of home own e r s throughout the United States "ho are fed tion up with constant painhng and other maintenance co;!.. It carries a The tes t was called off Friday l ife time g uarantee and providl's full imu!atiou ,,inter or ;umme r less than 10 minutes before the well ae fire protec tion. lour home c:m be the out,t:mding onr in Xl5 wa to be released from its CARD OF THANKS-1\11;. and M1s. L. P. McGahee and familY wishes to express theil thanks and bincere ap. prcciation to Uteil many friend s and especially the wonderful ministers for tneir and kindness shown theJn during their berea\le menl. Mt. and Mrs. L . P . McGahee Mt. and l\lrs. H. 0. BarbOul' .Mr. and J\lts. Albet t Williams â€¢mother ship'' because of a malyour and it will be to your ad,nnt a ge if it i, loâ€¢ a ted in.Hill> functioning hydraulic system . liiiiiiiiiiiii .. ;..--:::::::!! .... lllli borough or Pin<'llo . l'ountieâ€¢. \o money do\\n. np to seve n )ears to The test s are preparatory to pa)!! Ple:N call 2$3-0637 and a o k for J\lr. Tbomp,on. 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Gem Expert Calls Diamonds an Inflation Hedge By ROBERT PETERSON innumerable wars we've seenJ would probably be worth $25,-to keep our resources in savThe other day a reader asked money of many foreign 000 today. " ing:; accounts, insurance, stocks, whether diamonds are a good tries tumble in value. Stocks How, I probed, can the averbonds, and real estate. But it's hedge against inflation and pos-and honds h&ve become worth-age buyer be sure of getting a pleasant to consider that o u r sible economic chaos. The ques1 H d really fine diamond? "Your best wife's diamond ring is likely to tion stimulated my curiosity so ess. omes an possesswns I put it to Richard A. Winston, have burned to the ground. Real with you or tucked away in a â€¢ bet is to buy from a reputable increase in value and may rep whose uncle Harry is the naestate has been confiscated. But safety deposit box like diamonds dealer. It's unfortunately true resent a solid asset among our tions leading importer and disfme d!arnonds are alwavs of and other fine gems." there is occasional chicanery in possessions in years to come. tributor of diamonds. value a11d as good as gold. . the diamond business . But the . "A fine diamond of gem qualDo diamonds actually mcrease leading firms have their repu-IF YOU WOULD like a leaf-ity is one of the most reliable "ACTUALLY diamonds are in value? "Indeed they do," he tations at stake and are not let "Some Leading Mutual you can own," replied better because 'gold is not only replied. "Supp?se you bought a going to defraud buyers." Funds" write to this column th1s slendel:" young . man who has weighty but illegal to own . or fine $10 , 000 diamond some. 20 care of Tampa Times enclosing THE TAMPA TI!\IES I Monday, May 13, 1963 ADVERTISEMENT -Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaUne (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth more ftrmly.To eat and talk 1n mor$ comfort, just sprinkle a. little FASâ€¢ TEETH on your plates. No gummy, I!Ooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks 'plate odor" (denture breath). Ge1; FASTEETH e.t any drug counter. MORE PEOPLE been as.sociated w1th the family cou1se fine paintings and an-years ago as a hedge agamst Diamonds and other legenda stamped, self-addressed enve...,.;......;;.. __ ..;__.;._...:...;.;.;,;.;;...;:.;;.;;..;::;::;;..;.:;:.;;.;.;;.:. _ enterpnse the past decade. tique furniture keep their value, inflation. I think most jewelers gems intrigue the human lope and ten cents to cover "Through the centuries and too. But they can't be carried will agree that such a diamond spir1t. Most of us will prefer hanrtiing costs. thâ€¢n ever are f111ing needs throuaft Tampa Trlbllne-Times Clas s ified Ads. You? D ial 223, yOW' direct linâ€¢ lo results and profit. "I know I agreed to let you handle the money, dear. but couldn't you wait until I bring my check home?'" to the ambitions hopeful, pride your birthday comes and find in-effort type. what your outlook is, according May 22 to June 21 (Geminil-to the stars You ' dous mnate abili-FOR TUESDAY, MAY, 14, 1963 ty still locked up. . March 21 to April 20 CAries)the GemrJ To do WHAT you can do WHEN Iman reacts. reI . . . markably qmckly you do 1t be the b1g and accurately in factor m accomplishment. You emergencies beLl BRA arc under good asp . ects, b u t cause many of his your 1 IS to solve t a 1 en t s have been dormant. the pnmary questiOn of which NOW is the time for doing. course to take. June 22 to July 23 (Cancer)April 21 to May 21 (Taurus) The viswn and drive necessary Decisions made today will to achieve as you must should have a heavy bearing on the come from within , and be ably, ()Utcome of plans for the future. carefully nurtured. Do not be Take note of what sways you hesitant to meet challenges. You and others. Orient your action CAN win. Be conscientious but GOING OUT Of BUSINESS EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD COMPLETE RECORD STOCK I/2Price NATIONALLY ADV. STEREO RADIO PHONOGRAPHS TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS â€¢ DOWNTOWNFLA. AT ZACK OPEN MON. NITES not finicky. July 24 to Aug. 23 (Leo) Weigh the value of certain types of success before you go about their attainment. Should you m a k e a change in procedure, tactics, associates? Don't make abrupt switches, but be ready, willing. Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 (Virgo) Mercury benefic. Aim for early attainment, planned in your usual orderly fashion, but do NOT reject the novel and un familiar if it seems to have merit. Some Innovations and merging required. Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) -Think you have been sufficient ly ambitious, Review results, compare with the achievements of others. Is there room for im provement with even greater stimulus, or 1 g in a 1 it y, mod ernizing? Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio>Check spur-of-the-moment com ments, action. You could step into trouble with little effort by wrong or heedless tactics. Take care in investments, dis bursing assets, accepting offers. Nov. 23 to Dec. 21
6 -(USF Photo) "BE KIND TO LITTLE CHILD DREN AND DON'T HURT DOGS ... " This is the advice of Baynard Kendrick, right, historical and mystery writer featured at last week's "Meet the Author" series coffee. Following the event Kendrick chatted with Larry Vickers, USF sophomore; Emmett Peter Jr., editor of Leesburg Daily Commercial; and Dr. James Parrish, USF English profes sor (I. to r .). Kendrick Speaks of 1Y ears Of Frustration' in Address By MICHAEL FQERSTER Calling his talk "My 37 Years of Frustration," Baynard Kendrick addressed the first Meet the Author session of trim ester 3. Kendrick, presently a columnist for the Tampa Tribune, is famous for his blind detective stories. His novels in clude "the Last Express," "Lights Out," and he is now working on his latest book, "Flight From a Firing Wall," a novel concerning Cuban refugees. Kendrick said that personal experience with a blinded friend in the Ca-nadian Army prompted him to write his mystery stories. Backgrouod Spurs Book Speaking of his latest book on the Cuban refugees Kendrick .said he was asked to do it be cause of his background. "It's a ticklish thing and I started to do a factual book but I had to set it fictionally be cause one could still put a lot of people in jeopardy." While doing research, Ken drick said the thing which im pressed him was the amount of propaganda the Castro forces are using, "Everytime you use the telephone a recorded mes sage goes on -death to trai tors, death to ideology, death to capitalism." Characters Come First Speaking of books in general , the columist went on to say that the characters must have full rein ln any novel. "I think if a book is any good the characters must run away with it. You must have some discipline , but it is the char acters which must be the main thing. They become powerful and strong to an author." Kendrick told of several times when he had to change the plot because of pressure from his publishers. In one instance, CORE UNIT TAKES SHAPE when he had a dog shot, his On-campus housing accommodations for students publisher set him a 500 word this fall will be about 1,300 with the completion of telegram saying that the dog h h f Tt' could not die. "This has taught Gamma Hall, right. Tied in wit ousmg ac1 1 1es me to love little children, have will be a cafeteria, book store annex, and recreation every one go to church on Sunand meeting rooms. South and west of the core unit day, and don ' t kill little dogs." a "move type" sprinkling system has been installed Another situation found Ken.,. d' f th "th A t' rick changing a plot entirely be-to serve the new see mg o e area WI rgen me cause his publisher didn't want Bahia grass. Bids for sidewalks in this and other a character killed. "I had to areas totaling about $30,000 were also called for last c h a n g e the whole story," he week. said. Has 1,000 Ideas on Murder South Florida Schedule of Activities Budget Maintains Acade . mic Tone Editor: With regard to the budget which was proposed recently by the Student Associ ation , several points should be kept in mind: 1. Since I was a participant in the formulation of the budget, my primary concern was that of keeping it at a realistic &nd practical level. As such, there were many projects which, although being of a real value to the student body, were none theless cut. Had the original budget been presented, there would not have been suf ficient money to support it. It was for that reason that it was cut to meet the require ments which were necessary. 2. Unlike many other universities, the proposed budget has attempted to maintain the academic tone for which the Stu dent Association properly functions as a compliment. As such, Lombardia flatly re jected aspects which did not reemphasize the academic goals which must influence Student Association activity. An example was that of his insistence that student offi cers not be paid salaries (as with other universities), but rather that they be given scholarships. It was hoped that scholarships would maximize the opportunity for the official to be both an effective student and a better student official. There are many examples. 3. The issue of budget for the Student Association has raised concern on the parts of m11ny regarding a much larger issue and a recurrent issue: Is student gov ernment mere 1 y a nominal organization whose purpose ls simply a procedure of forensics, or " Is it really a vital organ? Of course, one would be naive to assume that student government really means "government" in the strictest sense of the word, but on the other hand a careful examination of other universities shows that the student bodies of these universities have either structurally or traditionally assumed re sponsibilities in many are as of activity which have been discouraged here at USF. 4. Student opinlon is perhaps the most effective means that the Student Associa tion has in communicating to the adminis tration the wishes which the students of thls university have. As such, . we would encourage the students to make known their opinions, in the hope that the Student Association will be allowed to accomplish the goals which the students want. Respectfully yours, DICK WHEELER tical. I am not proposing, "think small," rather think realistically. Sincerely yours, HERBERT J. WUNDERLICH Dean of Student Affairs SA Attempts To Win Realistic Budget Editor: To realize the attitude which has pre vailed on the part of both administraiton and student body regarding student gov. ernment, the Student Association officers last year were surprised and amazed when they were told that they were to submit a budget request. The approximately $2,800 which they arbitrarily submitted was even so surprisingly low that they were asked by the administration if they were sure that was all they needed! Thus the budget request for last year (which was subsequently cut), as this stu dent administration has sadly learned, was not even sufficient for a student govern ment that did nothing. And although the previous student administration attempted many projects for the student body, the sad fact is that they were as limited in their scope of activity by that budget as this administration has been. Quite obviously, an $84,825 budget is a far cry from a $2,700 budget, and no one denies this. But is it necessary to justify and defend it on the basis of its simply being a change, or should the critical per son examine it on an objective basis for its content and feasibility? This is a de tailed, specified budget. Nor may a strictly quantitative criti cism be leveled as to the effect that $84 , 825 is unavailable from student activity fees (paid by you) or Is perhaps disproportion ate. Even if one excludes the philosophic consideration that perhaps students should have something to do with student activity fees he cannot help but wonder if student on a small budget is supposed to accomplish anything other than provide students with a channel through which to placate their energy, It should be pointed out that last year, total revenue (accord ing to Dean Herbert Wunderlich) from stu dent activities fees amounted to $229,618 -and enrollment will be even higher this upcoming year. From that sum must be operated the University Center, the Stu dent Health Center, Public Events Budget, Publications, Speech Association, Physical Education Intramural P r o g r am and the Student Association. Out of $229,618 the Student Association received about $2,400. Let's consider that $85,000. Last year, Wunderllch Demands the University of Florida received $179 , 545 for its student government based on an h â€¢ k I" â€¢ II enrollment of an approximate mean for Ill :i I I <-<1 . "It's after dark. I wouldn't recommend you go too far USF Zoology Prof. Digs in Tampa Bay By MARIE LESIAK maintains t})is control through On cold winter mornings Dr. neurosecretion. Gerald Robinson, assistant zo-Working on the premise that ology professor, goes out to dig up the amphioxus which reside s it does use this form of hor .. in the sand of Tampa Bay. Dr. mona! control, Dr. Robinson Robinson uses amphioxus in outlined his research plans this research neurosecretion. Fl t lth h In discussing his work, Dr way. rs â€¢ a oug staining is Robinson defines neurosecre-not conclusive in itself, he will tion as the secretion of hor-determine by staining whether mones by specialized nerve cells. neurosecretary cells do exist in Vertebrates as well as lo,yer amphioxus. animals use the neurosecretiOn S d I'f the cells are for body control, but in lower econ â€¢ animals neurosecretion is the present, Robinson plans to predominant form of hormonal record the changes in amount control. . . of stainable material under In their salt water environment amphioxus must control vai'ious conditions, i. e., salt the effects of fluctuations in concentration fluctuations. Fl salinity on their body. Dr. Robnally, Dr. Robinson plans to inson believes that amphioxu& extract the material. At this point Robinson smilingly noted Stud ents will that as simple as the outline sounds, he estimated it to cover. Participate In Research about ten years of work. Annelids Were to Be Used SA T In Rea IStrca y trimesters I and II of 12,250. Adjusting Dear Mr. Oppel: this figure for a mean projected enroll-Nine University of South I am pleased to reply to your request ment for the University of South Florida Florida students have been se-Dr. Robinson 's project began about a year ago. Originally ht! intended to use annelids, but while hunting for the annelids Robinson note
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