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f g University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 106 Assaults , Involve Students Several USF students were involved recently in incidents involving violence and police. ' John Ward, Victor Orozco, Bruce Savage and Charles G. Walls were leaving campus by the Fletcher Avenue exit last Monday at 2 a.m. when a car carrying four white males intercepted them, dragged Ward from the driver's seat and hit him over the head with an unidentified object. Report of the incident was made to the county sheriff's department. The campus police received a report early in the morning on June 4, that another such incident had occured, sometime during the previous night. Moose Sellers and Mickey Laurence, both USF students, were at a dry lake bed east of campus on 50th Street when two unidentified young men attempted to assault them. A spokesman for the campus police said the offenders in both incidents drove a blue Ply mouth, four-door sedan of undetermined year. It is believed they are of school age but there is no reason to believe they are USF students. Two suspects were questioned Tuesday night, but were released on insufficie'llt evidence. University Prepared For Attack -IUSF Photo) A TWO-TIME LOSER-NO RECORD 'VSF sophomore Ray Fleming literally digs teeth wise into a melon half, in hopes of capping the crown of USF Watermelon Eating King. It was all to no avail, for Joseph Sierra won top prize of a Johnny Mathis record album. Sierra, it seems, managed to surpass his competition by consuming two rather large melons. However, there was a sufficient num ber left (13 watermelons to be exact) to provide a wet atmosphere at the dance that weekend. Fine Arts Presents Orchestra Concert 1umpa TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1963 1 imts Tuesday, June 11 in T A PRICE FIVE CENTS Fine ArtS' Humanities Set For September Completion .Building ls.Readied Fo.r Trimester I, 1963 By RICHARD OPPEL Orchestra In Concert Tomorrow .. -!USF Photo) SPAIN RECEIVES CERTIFICATE OF COMMENDATION Dr. Frank H. Spain Jr., registrar at the University of South Florida, receives a certificate of commendation from S.Sgt. Louis W. Lamb, U.S. Air Force re cruiting representative in the Tampa area. The certificate, signed by Maj. Aubrey L. Ross, was "in recognition of consistent and devoted service in assisting the U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service and in appreciation of conscientious efforts towards the advancement of peace through air power." Maj. Ross is iB charge of Air Force recruiting for central and south Florida. Research Grant In Chemistry Frank W. Fowler, of Thonoto-sassa , a senior maJoring in chemistry, has been awarded a research grani by the American Chemical Society Petroleum Re search Fund. Fowler will receive a stipend of $600 for full time research this summer and an additional $200 to carry on his research work on a part-time basis during the next academic year. He will work with Dr. T. W. G. Solomons, assistant professor o f chemistry at USF, on synthesis of new heteroaromatic com pounds. During the last year. Fowler worked with Dr. Solomons under an undergraduate re search program in chemistry sponsored by the National Science Foundation. As a re sult of the work, he was co author with the faculty member of a research paper presented at the statewide American Chemical Society meeting in Winter Haven this month. The paper dealt with synthesis of a new compound and has been submitted to a chemistry jour .ual for publication, . '

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2 THE TAMPA TIMES , Monday , June 10 , 1963 BEAT LANGUAGE, MONEY .BARRIERS Steve Worked for His Educati on JI[RAMEB, KENNETH F . -Funeral services for Mr. Kenneth F. Kramer, 21, of 1309 E. Sitka, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2':00 o'clock pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mango, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Ceme tery. Arrangements are in charge of Jennings Funeral Home. McNAB , MRS. CORRINE -Funeral services !or Mrs. Corrine M. McNab, -age 89, of lOS W. Fern St., will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock, from 'the J . L. Reed & Son Chapel, Bayshore Blvd. and Plant Ave. with Rev. C . Harold Rasmus sen, pastor of Highland Ave Metho dlst Church oficlating. Interment in the Garden of Memories. Pallbearers are Walter Hood, William H. Yander Jr., James Jones, Victor Jones, Alden Scott and Winfield McNab. Honorary pallbearers are R. C. McNab, Austin Griffith, NuUa D. Howell, A. C. McNab, Rayburn Jones and Ashley Nelson . NEYMAN, GORDON LEE-Funeral services for Mr. Gordon Lee Neyman, 47, or 1028 E. Fern St . • wiU be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at Arrangement& are in charlie of Jen lllngs Funeral Home. !'HELPS, CECIL A. -Funeral services _A_ for Mr. CecU A . Phelps, 47, of Riverview, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 :00 P . M . at the Stowers Chapel With the Rev. Robert Coram officiating. Interment wil l follow in Myrtle HUI Memorial Park. Pall bearers are Earnest Bryant, Kenlleth Brandon, William Woods, Cyrus Carr, Stanle y Moody, and Jerry Cleveland . Graveside services will be conducted by DeSoto Lodge No . 105 F .&A. M. Arrangements by Stow er!ll Funeral Home, Brandon. IHANKWEILER, WARREN A . Fu neral services for Mr. Warren A. ShankweUer, 79, of 3211 Harbor View Ave., will be held TuesdaY morning at 10 :30 o'clock at the B . Marion Reed Co. Funeral Home, Plant Ave . at Platt St. Rev. Frank B . Thomp s on Jr. , pastor of Bayshore Methodist Church officiatin g with interment in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pall bearers are! Tom H. Dav i!l, Charles Bardin, R. Kenneth Bigham, Carl E . Holmes, Garland Smith. and Robert W . Carter. I MITH, ROBERT LEE-Funeral serv Ices for Mr. Robert Lee Smith, 66. of 3213 East Diana, who passed away suddenly Sunday morning in Her nando, will be announced at a later date bY the c . E . Prevatt Funeral Kome, 3419 Nebraska Avenue. ANYWHERE ANYTIME B. MARION REED AMBULANCE SERVICE R. A "DIC K ' STOWERS STOWERS PH. BRANDON FLA. mlee ttl Set yotJr BIJ}' !low/ FRIGIDAIRE ''BIG . TEN"! • Only Frigidaire brings you so much qualify and convenience in a col')1pact 10 . cubic foot' refrigerator. • Full width freezer chest keeps '56 lbs , • Sliding Chi ll Drawer holds 15lbs. excellent meat keeper too. • Fullwidth fruit and vegetable Hydrator,,. plus storage door. • Frigidaire dependab i l ity, too. EASY TERMS! FRIGIDAIRE THE FAMILY REFRIGERATOR OP E N MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9 P . M . ! Deaths in the Tampa Bay Area, Elsewhere Underwriter s LaboratoriH Approved Muter l abel Installation• LIGHTNING PR TECTI N SYSTEMS ART i n S TEA K S Cocktails S e rved All Majo r C r edit Card • K o n .-sat. 5-12: Sun. 5 lO:JO p .m . BERN'S STEAK HOUSE Never Paint Again!! MURALCRETE Comparable to Any CRETE on the Market Today ,-------. WHY PAY MORE? Covers Any Wall Surface Same as All Other CRETES $ 00 AVERAGE HOME 1000 S9UARE FEET ELIMINATES PAINTING WATERPROOF Will Not Chip or Peel MURAL CONSTRUCTION CO. 4610 N . WESTSHORE BLVD. CALL NOW Phone 877-3267 BANK FINANC I NG U P TO 5 YEARS NO MONEY DOWN PUE ESTIMATES-NO OBLIGATION 20-Year Warrant y Available Many Beautiful ColorsIncluding a Beautiful White MAIL TODAY CONSTRUCTI ON CO . I am I nte r ested In MURAL your o H e r Have 4610 N . Westshore llv d . Tam pa , F l orida y o u r rep rese ntative coli me. NAME •••••••••••••••••••••••• • ••••••• , ••••. ADDRESS ••••••• ,., ••• ,, •• , , •••••••••••••••• CITY • • , •••••••• , • ••• , •• , •••••• • ,,.,,,, ••••• PHONE •••••••••••••••• , •••••••••••••••••• , . B e st-Buy time of the year! We're going all-out to beat last year's record! But to get these ter r ific values! They won't last long! Thriftiest soak cycle FRIGIDAIRE Washer in color! YOUR CH ,OICE OF REFRIGERATOR or WASHER s W.T. ( • Automat ic Soak cycle! • Rinses in fresh runni n g w a ter! • Spins c lothes driest of all! • C lean s clothes insid e and ouU Ask about excl u sive lif etime Test ! NO MONEY DOWN! THE STURD Y F RIGIDAIRE WASHER TAMPA'S COLOR CENTER!

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.. Foreign Students Have Vital Role in East-West Rivalry And it is with this same l At Patrice Lumumba Univerwhere, mostly in. Western _Eubarriers and also involving Aft:iunder-developed countries . Czech military aid has By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst In the cold war race to knowledge in mind that re-sity African students have com-rope and a few m the Uruted can students have erupted m I tended from Cuba to Indonesia • IAJ.SE TEETH IN cruiters from p eking Sofia plained of segregation and regiStates. Czechoslovakia. l THE CZECHS blame foreign and points in between. Th .. ' ' I th 1 t t Gh d f th d t t! th M t h b in dental laba Sunplilied for easy home trol men's minds and Moscow and Prague also seek mentation. They also have comTHEY COMPLAINED about e a es anaian, ai or e e on m eu ea as eco_me uae.ACRY.l/MEftow.onP,Jatea-jjtdhemex• the foreign student occupies a out the foreign student. plained that more of their time living and study conditions but Gumean and Eth10p1an students standard of hvmg, once ly scarce, arousmg spec1al reimportant place. SPECIAL Communist targets is taken up with ideology than more specifically against' Bul-battled one. of whom Jughest _of all the Commurust sentment among a OetACIIYllltEnovr o'Al7 51.•aatIn the United States there are have been students from the with the subjects they came to . . 11 had yelled a disparagmg remark bloc nations. know that Czech meat IS bemg All Leading Druggists more than 60 000 such students . . . . study. refusal to permit an a at a Czech girl accompanying Considering the size of Czechshipped both to East Germany -------'=--__.:::..::... __ _ ' . ' emergmg African natwns, and In Sofia, Bulgaria, last Feb-Afnca study umon when the one of the Africans to a cafe oslovakia this aid has in fact and Cube.. Consumer goods have THAT CERTAIN of whom l_ater play Moscow went so far as to name ruary between 350 and 500 stu-Bulgarians already had recog-dance. been enormous, amounting to become increasingly shoddy. roJes hill 0 w f a university after Patrice Lu-dents from Ghana , Nigeria, an aU-Arab union. In Czechoslovakia, the out-more than all the other Red But whatever the cause, SOMETHING e'J'i ure. ad mumba, the slain Congo leader. Ethiopia, Cameroon, Togo, Mali, To the Africans this smacked breaks are said to be the result European satellites put togeth-whether the discrimination be 0 't f' d 1 h b JJ tecl 1 . w . e But for a variety of reasons Kenya and S o m a 1 i rebelled of color discrimination. of growing Czech resentment er. From 1956 to 1960, it amo1.1ntpracticed in Prague, Sofia or ; w:nt 5 ds by the rmpresswns they receive the have been deagainst_the regi!lle and_ decided ll?-ore recent weeks, a series over th_e amount of ed to $500 million secfor the Africans it is a today. It not phones a w..:te4 now. feating their own purposes. to contmue their studies else-of mc1dents also based on color econom1c aid bemg extended to ond only to the Soviet Umon . disillusiOnment. Ad to 223-4911 , By ALD .Jn.'-'VU.L Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Today's hand is from the Southeastern championships in Miami, Fla. It shows various lines of playing the hand. Practically every South player holding today's hand w o u n d up at two spades and West led. the eight of hearts. South would be in dummy for the first and last time, would take his two heart tricks while he had the chance and discard a club. Then the play went two ways. The conservative players would Ie_ad a spade right away and East would duck. A second round of spades would put East in and he would lead a high heart whereupon South would NORTH 10 4'1 AK108U +865 .. 'lU WES'l' EAST 41053 4A98 QJ9'1 +KlO% +J9'l4 4AQ.T82 ""K9 SOti'J.'R (D) 4KQJ'642 +AQ3 ... 1063 South Wes' North 14 Pass 2• 2 ;to Pass Pass Opening lead-• 8 East Pass Pass discard another club and from that point on there would be no way to keep South from mak ing his contract. Greedy South players tried the diamond finesse and when the queen lost to West's king there was no way left to make the contract unless the defe n se went crazy. West might lead back the ten of diamonds. South would take the trick and lead a high spade to East's ace. Then East would cash red cards until South de cided to ruff in. If South ruffed high there would be a natural trump trick for West. If South ruffed low West would overruff. Learn the playing of the hand with your copy of "Win at Bridge With Oswald Jacoby.'' Just send your name, address, and 50 cents to: Oswald Jacoby Reader Service, c/o Tampa Times, P.O. Box 489, Dept. A, Radio City Station, New York 19, N.Y. Q-The bidding has been: East South North 3 ;to Double Pass 4 ofo Pass Pass Double Pass Pass ? You. South, bold: KJ97 +AQ86 ofoK'7U What do Yt>U do? . A-Pass. You have forced your partneJ; io bid and he ma.y have a very wea.k hand. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding four clubs your partner bids four spades over _your double. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Over a Barrel MONROE, La. (UPU-A federal regulation requiring that Bour bon whisky be aged in brand new charred white oak ban-els is partly responsible for the start of the first white oak "tree farm" in U . S . history. Since the barrels may not be used a second time for aging Bourbo n, the country's natural population of tall white oaks, the type best suited to mak ing "whisky-tight" barrels, is dwindling. The trees are being consumed much faster than they can reproduce themselves, un aided, because it takes the tiny acorns 60 to 100 years to grow into f ully matured oaks. Schen ley Industries, Inc. is planting upwards of 10,000 seedlings on its "farm" near here in a lange range conservation program. PLUS . ALL EXPENSES PAID SJQO CASH BONUS TO SPEND SECOND PRIZE: in cashl . THIRD PRIZE: in cash! Here's your chance to win a wonderful Tropical EASY TO ENTER: give us a name for Tropical1s exclusive new plastic six-pack carrier-the handiest carrier ever invented! Buy a six-pack of Tropical Ale today. See for yourself how handy the new strip-carrier is. See how it holds cans almost like magic. No carton to struggle with, cans snap right out! Read easy entry rules, then fill in entry below and mail to TROPICAL HOLIDAY CONTEST, P. 0. Box 1571, Tampa ••• YOU may win a Tropical Holiday ••• And meanwhile, ,Jake a. holiday from ordinary beers-Tropical Afe outflavors any beer! 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Writer Hits Public of Affection Dear Editor, One situation which has caused 'me to lose considerable respect for USF is its restrictions (?) on public display of affection. These exhibitions of affection can be seen in our lounges any day of the week. I personally do not see anything wrong with these displays, to a certain extent; but, when one sees a couple literally lying on one another it presents a pretty lurid picture to t,P.e beholder, espe-. cially if it is one of the many visitors we have on campus. There are restrictions on eating in the lounges, sleeping or resting in the lounges, and also by reclin ing one' s feet on the furmture. These are all enforced diligently by University staff. On the doors of the lounges is placed a list of rules of conduct in the University Center. Item four of this list states, "Please do not involve the public in your romantic affairs." Students seem. to ignore this sug gestion, and the powers that be seem to ignore the facts. As a matter of fact, anyone in terested in watching a fine love story would probably find excellent ma terial in the television lounge: The real drama in this area proves to be more interesting than the soap box operas, news releases, or "To Tell the Truth," going on on the 21-inch screen. 'Down With Forum' Cries Defiant Student To whom it may concern: It seems to me that this column should be abolished. If it can ac complish anything noteworthy then that would be a sign for its continu ance. But, what has it done? Its. campaign on grass-walking was a total failure; its report of the summer ses sion was refreshingly uninteresting, somewhat untrue and boring; its spas modic attacks on the Johns Committee have been ineffectual, badly written, and have probably caused some peo ple to rally around said committee. It has also served as a method of propagaiida for the SA on various oc casions, for the UC, and for other or ganizations. The Forum has. had, however, a :few good points in its much too long life. The coverage of the SA budget, g ivin g both sides, was good-luckily n o staff writer got his glue-fingered hands on it. Its half-hearted effort for bigger sandwiches from the food serv ice showed good thought and little else -similar to its latest fiasco on grass-walking. . Why doesn' t the newspaper. grow up and publish editorials of its own -and proudly naming them as such? It is time for them to stop piding behind an "open forum" name and "call an editorial an editorial." Letters to the editor belong elsewhere. Until such a plan is followed, the only pur pose the Campus Forum serves is to take up space. But seeing the uneventful summer session, it is not doubted that such a space consumer is badly needed. J C M . . . I am not an "innocent" o r a "prude"; as a matter of fact I enjoy the better things in life as well as any ()ther nor:rnal college student. How ever, I do feel that private romances should be enjoyed in private; and there are more comfortable places in which to enjoy them, than the Uni versity Center lounges. Daily Schedule HAVE 'A' AVERAGE French Gives Spring 1\IONDAV. JU:SE lO. 1963 T H L. t• 1 :25 p.m. CollegiateCivitalJ UC1681 erm onors " IS I ng TUESDAY. JUNE 11. 1003 1 :25 p.m. Faculty CoHee Hour UC264-5 Dr. Armin Watkins . . cru-tsuan Life Fen, uc221 Dr Sydney J French dean of academic affairs, WindJammers-Sailing ' II 1963 c_tub uc223 recentJy released the honors hst for Tnmester . 6 '00 p.m. This list includes those students who attained at least 1 '00 p.m. 3.5 for more than one• 7:30 p.m. Cleo UC20S tJ:• t Lanf, 3.600; John Lazzara, 3.667; 8 p.m. Unlvenily Community , ImeS er. Marie C. Lesiak, 3.813; Mrs. Su•an B. Symphony 'tAT A total of of. the ap-Lester, 3.600; Robert Lluls, 3.500; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1963 • t Charles S. Lucas, 3.533 ; Nancy MacGilp.m. Christian Science Org. UC215 prOXImately 3:400 S Udent llvray, 3.800; Donald Crosby McGregor; USF Radio Club UC222 . ' h h 3.667; Jacquelyne A. McKay, 3.500. Young Democrats UC223 body attamed t e OnOrS lllrs. Bernice C. ll.lacon, 3.500; Laur!l , Baotl.t. RobSPORTS SCENE Flops Take 1-M Softball Title By RAY TOWLER 1 competition as an amateut for The P h y s i c a 1 Planters deany of tl1e following reasons: feated the Beta Hall Zeros by a Fraud; competing for money; score of I3-8, May 29. Leading . coaching for money; having hitters for the Planters were s i gned a profesional contract Akins and Stromsness with four with any professional games or for four and three for three re-ganization; having accepted any spective ly . For tl1e losers Thornfinancial assistance from a pro berry and Perez each had two fessional games organizatio n or hits for three tri ps to the plate. ! a commercial organization; hav In anexcitingly c l ose match ing his name u se d when it May 30 the East Outers outclearly implies of l asted the w i nless Westerners any product; havmg recetved 22-21. Bills led the hitting Ior pay for a radio or television ap t.he victors with seven hits for pearance other than the ex eight times at bat. Fot the penses that might be incurred losers Tarrisey maintained a in his travel to and from the 1.000 record with five hits in studio; or having accepted five times at bat. awards wh ich are not within Flops Inform Unknowns reason and acceptable to the On the same day the Faculty institution or other r ecog ni zed Flops showed the Unknowns association of which l1is insti who was to be Intramural cham tution belongs. pions by defeating the team a .Further informatio n may be very close 9-8 to win the cham ol;>tal ned writing to _Earl F. pionship. The Flops trailed for Fmder, cha:rman, of six inni ngs, but went intQ the C<:>llege Umons Com lead 9-5 in the top of the 7th m1ltee, the Ilhm Umo n , Uni FACULTY FLOPS SHOW WINNING FORM inning . The Unknowns musj versily of Illinois. -wsF Photo) tered three additional hits in --------------, the remaining innings but failed to make a complete comeback. I The Faculty Flops, new men's division intramural champs, are, back row, left to right, Richard Mitchell, Bill Garrett, John Moore, Paul Mabury, Woolfenden, Ron Willis and Stan Hayward. Front row: Sheldon Grebstein, Rich ard Pasternak, Earl (Hoppy) Hopkins and Murphy Osborne. ALSO INDIVIDUAL GRANTS Wunderlich Announces -New Work ScholarShiP Winners Unknowns vs. Planters The Unknowns defeated the Physical Planters in a final! game 6-1. The Unkno\Vns held the Planters to six hits while collecting eight for themselves. John Gruetzmacher led the hit-Students Take Over Festival ting for the da y with t w o hits Three plays comprising t h e for three times at bat. July Shaw Festival Repertory The Faculty Flops are now at the University of South FlorInttamural Champions in the ida are being des i gned and eli m en's div ision. The champion-rected by Theater Arts students. sh i p game for the women's diThese students are fulfilling v i sion will be played tomorrow part of the requirements for between F i a and the Habecs. their Theater Alts majors. Amateur Standing Polic y The opening play of the ro According to Earl F. Finder, tating three is "Androcles and Dean Herbert Wunderlich, office of student affairs, recently announced the cha irman of the Recreation the Lion" being directed by scholarship-winners for the school year 1963-64. Besides the 90 students who will Committee . Jim Coplon and Danny Jimenez. receive work-stud y scholarships there are 15 others who will be awarded specially "The basic purpose of the for this p l ay are being ________ :._ ____ _:_ ___________ •endowed schola rships. Amateur standing policy is to designed by Bob Little Man on Campus Those who received work-encourage broad a n d the cost?l!le-destgrung falls . . by college students m t he recto Toby Cav1st. study scholarships are as reational activities sponsored by "Misalliance follows: Mrs. Bobby Allen, college unions and other camPel'forming the second night Plant City; Patricia Allen, pus o rg anizations . There are is "Misalliance " directed by Tampa; Jose Alonso, Tampa; many of interest. De liz an? Mildred Daniel Armstrong, Tampa; Joan compehbon !or the Dellz 1s a Barrentine. Zephyrhills; Cheryl money. player; therefore, _ 1t from. New York. Des1gnmg the Beckner , Tampa; Ignacio Bello, 1s the . belief of the sets 1 s Karen Hewett, and ereTampa; Carole Bennett, Tampa; somllllttee <;>f the Assoc1abon 1 costumes for the pro Magdalena Besenbach Tampa LJollege Un10ns that every e-duct1on 1s Bambi Miller. Edward Bieksza , Tampa; David fort should be made de-"Pygmalion is to be Brock, Tampa; Katherine Brown, veloping the by Jim Ju?y and Clearwater Guy Buell Tampa. aspect of activities and w1th Jack Harns . . ' ' thus increasmg mterest among workmg on sets and Barbara Wilham Burkhardt, C _ I ear-the general student body. Ellison on costuming. Costumw a t e r; Margaret. Burlmgton, "It is h 0 p e d that college ing ideas must, of course com Tampa; Frede r 1 c k Buser, u nions and intrammal pete against current ideas es Naples; St. ments will take the lead jn tablished by the recen t long Pete_rsburg; Anme Cam, Lutz; forming and promoting leagues run of "My Fair Lady." Add1son Carlton. Tampa; Joand tournaments on an amatew Work Supervisors scph Castellan _o, Tampa; Russell basis . " The students are working Clark, Dunedm; Janet Coates, By definition an amateur under the supervision of Jack Land O'Lakes; Beverly St. competitor is one who engages Clay, assistant pt:ofessor of the Petersburg; Cons •. Fort in a game solely for the pleas-ater arts, as d 1rector of the -Myers; Pat r 1 c 1 a Costlanes, ure and physical, men tal. recfestival ; Russell Whaley, as Charla Cox. Mulberry; reational and social benefits he sistant professor of fip.e arts, as Vrrgmta Cox,. 'rampa;_ Melody derives therefrom and to whom and Mrs. Maryon Dee.Tampa; Rtehard D1az, the game is nothing more than Moise, \vho directs the costume sonvrlle; Sandra Dower, M1am1; an avocation or hobby. making. All three of these peo Frances Fernandez, TamP a; According t o the amateur ple have done commendable John Fessenden, Lakel and; Bevstanding p 0 I icy, a participant work-on many of USF's past erly Fessenden, L a k e I a n d; shall be declared i neligible for" plays. James Ford, Plant City; Susan _____ Gassett, Eau Gallie; Frank Gian carlo, Tampa; Larry Goodman, Lakeland; Marga1et Gt egory, Tampa; Armando Gutierrez, Lakeland; Carol Haney, Daven port; Dwight Helm, Tampa. "l\ly Uncle" Lee Young, The roar of the twenties ders, Frances J.; Marcus L.; Avres 3 800. N ancy :E. 'Backsrllan: 3.750; Mrs. VIrginia H. Zinner, 3.600. might have been heard in his-Priede, Nelsoan J.; Smtth, Joseph C.; 3_525; 'Mary j0 Baron, 3.500; Joy . .. c 11 AN G E s nard, 3.625; C h:orles R ; Beamer, 3.750; .. : : tory as a squeak, but for the LISTED Freijo Mrs Bernice C lerk Evelyn C. Bedtent, 3.o38; John P. A. amplification it received from In, Reg i ;t'rar, n7, AD '2054, 5915 Itha-Bell 3 800; Mrs. Carole_ L . B_ennett, Prest" dent Attends the press of the period. T h e men mar. McClung, Gene E., 1908 E. U4th 3.769. Howard William H. Ave .• 235, CH"300C, 935-6056. Sherman, 'Blalock Jr., 3.500, Judith A'_ll' Blwn, SREB W k h who produced these papers, Mrs. Peggy, 1707 s. Hubert, 258-4922. 3.600; Avon A. 3 647• Guy V: Or 5 Op particularly in New York City, Whitehead, Elizabeth L .• Clerk II. Rer Buell, 3.667; WU!tam R. 3 .800, J s trar, m, AD 2064, 1019 E. Ca)uga, John S. Allen, USF are recalled in journalistic cirgrande, 3.857; James Cline, 3.500; prestdent, will attend a cles today as the best writers, 11uon services is available to racult)' James M . Cogan, 3.667 .Mrs. sum m e r workshop for editors, story-chasers (and some-members for help in design of studies C. Coleman, 3.600; J._ Cone. .. members of the Southern times story-ma kers) that the and for analysis o data. This pertains 3.833: Edward, Mrs. . . d to financially unsupported research Margaret c. Co1rales, 3.800. Ihos. E. Regional Educahon Board profession ever pro uced. whether university related or persona( Creasl er II, J.600: Alfred .crews. 3 800; and its exec utive commit-Gene Fowler was right In the BUS SCHEDl.:LE-For the con-James W. J?el Valle. 3.800, Robert Wm: 11 h . , .entence of staff and students Tampa Dubay, 3.7>0; J(>an E . J!:lwoQI!, 3.600, tee June 12 and 13. mladle of it a . Some ave smce Transit Lines has revised the Univer :1-lrs. Rose s . J.o7l; Donna L: The theme of the concalled him the greatest reporter sit\• bus schedule for weekdays and Epstein, 3-750 Frank Falero Jr., 3 800• f "II 1 of all t1"me, and h1"s tale of news Saturdays as follows: E. Fer nandez. 3.800; l\lra. Ella er.enee Wl reV 0 V e Leaves USF vi:t MeA. Ford, 3.571; James w. Ford Jr., around state planning for paper life in the twenties is Leaves Jackson and T.T. and Highland 3.650. . ... f d • a1 t 1 t" l' 'ranklln ror USF Pines ror Town Frank P. G•ancarlo, 3.500; Mrs. expan .... on o e uca.ton cer am Y an mv1gora mg one. Leaves Arrives Leaves Amanda W . Gonzalez, 3 800; Robert 0 Opportunity. ' Started in Denver 7 :00a. m . 7:55a.m. 8 :05a.m. Gonzalez, 3.667_; Stephen B. Haley, 8:55a.m. 9:45a.m. 9:55a.m. 3.800; Mrs. Eumce N. Hambleton, 3.500; Fowler started on a small 12:3 5 p.m. 1:25 p.m. 1:35 p .m. Reginald :P Hardwick, 3-SOO; Barbara "'' Denver newspaper. He was soo n 2:.25 p.m. 3:15p.m. 3:25p.m. P . Heffelfinger. 3_.500; Gerald L. HeF: 4,15 p .m. 5:os p.m. 5:1op.m. le:v. 3.500; w. Helwig, 3.800. Allen Member invited to work in New York by 6:00p. m . 6 :40p.m. 6 :40p.m. Herbert W. Htbb•tts. 3.667; Carol E. Damon Runyon '"hom he had ATTENTION FACULTY ADVISERS Hitchins, 3.750; Ro;ree C. Hodge, 3.600; . • v-1 -Students majoring in mechanical en-Daniel D . W . Holhday, 3.500; Paul J . Of fTS B d met throug h a mutual friend gineering, accounting, economics, PI\S Iglinski, 3.600; James August Jaros. oar and WhQ made Fowler his proics. chemical engineering and chem Sara C. ,Jenkll_>s! 3_-750; DucUey tege. Runyon br oke hl"m l nistry; h ave a 2.50 or better: and are Dts o sway Johnson, J .oOO, Frank L. Jnterested in possible placement with Johnson 3.800: Sharon L. Jones, fOr J963-64 with s uch admonitions as not to the National Aeronauhcs and Space 3.647; Dav•d c. Jordan, 3.833; Mary . \•ear fake eyegla sses, or to s port for the fall trimester A . Kintigh, 3 .600; William E. Klay, d J All f •
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ROUNDUP OF SUNDAY'S LOCAL SPORTS ACTIVITY Post 248Wins; Several Legion Games Set Today West Tampa American Legion Relief pitcher Freddie Almon Delta's Roger McKinney O'Gold bowling tournament yes-; men's competition with 2 ,956 outh Special. Chic D avis won Post 248 .won the only Distdct hurled the last six innings with-slammed a homer and drove in terpay with a combined score points , followed by 838 Trans little eliminator and Hank lVlc"/ Western Division game played out yielding a hit to post the the winning tally with a single of 1 , 203 at Regal Lanes. Squadron which rolled a 2,919 . was the top stock yesterday but they won't victory. He notched his third in the seventh. LUANA LOLA and Cllff East Gate Pure Oil leads the mator. today as they and other Ameri-straight win by fanning 13 A special meeting of the West Musgrove we_re second with mixed division 2 , 232 can Legion baseballers engage batters. Shetland Pony League will be 1 , 159 and Eumce and Bob Lopez by Ralph s Gulf Stat1o11 I . . third with 1,156. Becky Eason wh 1 ch turned m a 2,170. Tournam a slate of actwn. . THE HER M A N B t• a v e s held tomorrow at 8 p.m. m the and Ed York's 1 , 152 got them ment ends next weekend. WEST TAMPA scored twtce drubbed the Carrollw od G"ant. Sulphur Springs Pavillion. Par-fo11rth position and Dot and Bob DRAG RACING in the sixth inning to snap a 13_ 0 1 h D lt •t 1 S s ents are urged to attepd. Baker were fifth 1,132. Buzzy Hager ?f Petersburg 1-1 tie with Dale Mabry Post anc t e e a 11 e ox Ray Knopke defeated the C. S. Trimble Servtces rolled copped top ellmmalor honors . 3 1 . t t e cl g e d the Alpaugh Yankees Fraternal Order of Police 6-3 a 2 960 for first place in the yesterday at Tampa Dragway 139 and gam a VlC ory a 5-4 in a West Shetland Pony and Campus Park downed 'unidivision and high over-with a twin-engined Pontiac CAMP TRAIL-ERS BUY OR RENT UTILITY TRAILERS FOR REHT-$2.00 ALL DAY MacFarlane Park. League double header. versity Restaurant 6-2 in the all of the first week competition dragster. Robert Jordan knocked in the Leading batters for Herman North Tampa Colt Leag ue. in the fifth annual Greater The Hug ll e s hard-chrome i---------OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ---------1 decisive run with a sacrifice we1e Sammy Carson with a Jamie Driggers took over the Tampa BPA Championship oi twin-engine dragster and th e home run and a single and Knapke pitching duties in the Champions Bowling Tournament Bob Hamilton super-charged fly, scoring George Marino who three runs batted in . Jerry thir dinning and finished up at Pin-A-Rama lanes. Chrysler match race 1 ' as post: had tripled. Post got its Young with three singles and struck out nine. Amazo n Hose and Rubber poned when both cars develope o final tally on a double by Joe """ IHlT 11nd John Stssel with BOWLING hold second place in the worn-engine trouble. Cavaliere and a single by Eme-two doubles, a single and an Carol Garcia and Buddy HalJ en's division with 2,900. Adama Val W?n the super t c t R.tH. won the mixed couples Pol Lounge is currentlv high m the stock race w1th Jus 1963 Plym,erlo ues a. • Dunnedin Post 275 is the cur-rent district leader with a 3-0 record. Dunedin visits Clearwatel Post 7 tonight at Jack Russell Stadium. Other Games: LEANQUALITY CONTROLLED WELD-RITE CO. 3218 W. HILLSBOROUGH PHONE 877-4750 '"1BY Hillsborough Theatre" Sell it through Tribune-Times w,nt :Ads. Ph. 223-4911 Seminole Post 111 vo. W . Tampa !18 ('a-{)) at Cuscaden Park, p.m. Ta.m1>a Po•t 5 Red (0-ll •• Tampa. Post S Black (1-ll at Macfarlane Park, (:30 p.m. St. Petersburr Post 313 (()..1) vs. Larro Post 119 (1-ll at Larro Hirh. li p.m. 8&wiee G Gulport Post (2-U •• Brooka•Uie Post 99 (0..1) at Emerson Field, Brooks•llle, 7 :30 p.m. St. Pete Post 14 (()..0) n. Date Mabry 130 (0-3) at Cuscaden Park, 4 :30 p.m. District c h air m an Frank Murgado, who announced the schedule, said some games in volving St. Pete teams may be postponed today because of graduation there. Dale Mabry ...... 000 001 0-1 1 l BASEBALL RESULTS Bartow swept a double header from the Tampa Grays in the West Coast Negro League by scores of 12-4 and 4-1. N. LAMAR had two hits for Bartow in the opener and a triple in the second game with two men aboard. L. Simms and two hits for Tampa in the opener as did Clint Hariman. Central Trade topped Twin Palms Service 3-1 and Service Auto Parts shut out Columbia Restaurant 5-0 in a East Shet land Pony League doubleheader. John Ring hurled a one-hitter for Central Trade and also col lected two singles and a double. Jimmy Diaz got the only hit off Ring, a bases-empty homer. ANGELO BEDAMI and Ray Alvarez each got two hits for Service Auto Parts and Roger Ladd did the same for Columbia Restaurant. Miller High Life whipped Ippolito 5-2 in a Municipal League game yesterday. Joe Suarez was the game's top batter with three hits in fou:r trips to the plate for Ippolito. The Tigers nudged the Colts 8 in an Interbay Babe R u t h game. Chicago (Continued from Page 10) Jlomers. Jt was the fourth time in his career he hit that many jn a game. Ron Santo also added a home run. But five pitchers gave up 13 hits to the Dodgers. And if that weren't enough, one run was walked across and two more scored on wild pitches in a four-run sixth that choked off a Cub rally. EiGHT-GAME winner Dick Ellswortl1 was tagged for his fourth defeat. Rejuvenation of the Cubs has transformed Wrigl e y Field from a ballroom of waltzes to a rock 'n-roll pad. Attendance is 100,000 ahead cf last year, when the turns tile click faded to 609,000 -lowest since 1943 . It may reach a mil lion for the first time since 1952 , when heavy-hitting Hank Sauer caught the imagination of the fans a.nd won the l eag ue's most valuable player award. Mail is up 40 per cent as re quests come in for p ictures, auto stickers, schedules, good luck wishes, etc. Advance ticket sales are on a 30 per cent in crease with orders being re ceived for games next month rather than next week. AND MORE TEAMS are put ting out feelers for trades than they have done in recent years. "Three or four years ago we stated our youth move," says General Manager John Holla nd. "Now these players are estab lished and there is a sharp rise in interest by other teams for tJ:ade s. This i s natural." Typical of renewed interest Js what happened to f i eld boss Bob Kennedy Sunday in the dugout before game time. He got word someone wanted to see him. "IT WAS A fellow I went to school with and I hadn' t seen him in 25 years," said Bob. "He lives way out south. Maybe , he's a White S o x fan-1 don't know -but here h e was in Wrig ley Field looking me up." , Helping swell Sunday's at-1:endan ce were Bob's parents. wife, and .five children. They were all out celebrating Kennedy's 18th wedding anniver.sary. FRESHPAK TALL CAN BRA YO CORNED BEEF VAN CAMP PORK&BEANS BLUE BONNET MARGARINE FRESHPAK PEANUT BUTTER FRESHPAK APPLE JUICE CHEF BOYARDEE CHEESE RAVIOLI 3 5 2 3 4 c LIMfT 5 Pl. EASE 100 12-GZ. CANS 99c 2'n CANS 49c 1LB. PK&$. Lilli-JAR 99c 25c CIT. ITL. 99c 15-0Z. 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Theater Time Clock IN EAST HILLSBOROUGH THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, June 10, 1963 15 The Arts Big News for Small R.C. Cola Summertime Shows Start Wed. at TAMPA! 10:00 A.M. Each Wed. 10 Weeks! Adm. 6 R.C. Bottle Caps CIJhPIIIO.,tU PALACE wu•:.' STS m noo (When Ordering -Tickets, Enclose Stamped, Self-Addressed Envelope) llETRO GOLDWYN l'IUYEit anct lAESENT Lll"' 11\U \fU TAMPA Ill l llr; l'l•ll" Ht ••H OPENS 10:45 LAST 3 DAYS! SANDRA DEE PETER FONDA TAMMY and the DOCTOR "EA!fTM.
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16 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, June 10, 1963 Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 47 Allowance for waste Bonking 49 Inlet abbreviation 50 Decline 4 Kind of horse 51 Famous 9 Group volcano embracing 52 Town in Berlin and Belgium Friml 54 Child 14 Siouan 58 Cheated 1 5 Join in o 60 Dutch cause 16 Departure 17 Pledged 19 Certain fruits 20 Seaweeds 21 Core to fashion metal 22 Humorist George • •• 23 Venison producer 24 Scrutinizes 26 Without repetition 29 Confederate 31 Ostrichlike commune 61 Fishing implement 62 Irving character 64 Of the finist quality 66 Detachment 67 Compound 68 A container 69 Pit 70 Oblique glances 71 Suffix denoting quality DOWN Saturday's Puzzle Answer H 0 WE p 1.: E A 0 IS A L E X L A R G E A H A s p A 1.1 E N 0 H IE A S l 0 R I A A I P E T R E 0 E T C E T E R A M 0 U !. •• R E A T H A N l P E R. l E E T E R R E A T E R E G 0 E N 0 o• S A G S R E S I 0 E M E S S Y B U S I N E c A L L E N S p A T E N T s ' s l E I l u M 0 R C A I N T R E K E E L E 0 T I R 0 E A T S 0 R AM s S L E W 9 Actor Robert 40 Prone to 10 Experienced sailor 11 Links together 12 Wide street (obb) 13 Footlike organ 18 Game fish 24 Absolute 25 Stitching complain 42 Idle talker 45. Pert. to o medicinal plant 48 Pollutes 53 Very strange 55 Lass o 56 Fantastic trick bird 32 Prison 33 Very many 36 Fixes .1 Wandering operations person • 27 Frendt 57 Very small 59 Tunisian rulers 2 Filched painter 6 J Female holy 38 Pewter coin 39 Time 3 Shape 28 Dashes 4 Part of a 30 Descriptive Period 41 Under ground .S3 Species of iris (dial) 44 Repoirby weaving o46 Ridicules newspaper 5 State (abb) 6 Roll of certain leaves 7 Adversaries 8 Get out of hock of the Mojave 33 "Beau persons (obb) , 62 One with account ing " degree 34 Ward off 63 Mortar 35 Fictional beater 37 Pretender to 65 Ocean liner gentility (obbl INSTEAD OF BRIDGE British-French Link By Tunnel Suggested LONDON, June 10 (JP)-Brit-linking their two nation s across ish and French experts have the Englis h Channel, B rilis h in suggested that their govern-formants report. ments build a tunnel rather T h e recommendation w a s than a bridge as a means of agreed upon in a two-day meet-ADVERTISEMENT ing -probably the la s t of a long -----------series-held in London. Bur.lal Insurance A spokesman for the Britis h Mini stry of Transport declined to confirm that a tunnel was Sold by Ma.ll recommended, but said "prog ress was made in the discu s sions." ••• You may be qualified for Informants said the Britis h $1,000 life insUl'ance • • . s o French expert committee dis you will not burden your love d played a preference for a two ones with funeral and other ex-lane rail tunnel, as against the penses. This NEW policy is bridge, on grounds of costs, especially helpful to those _beconvenience to shipping and in tween 40 and 90. No medical tern ationallaw. examination n ecessary. There have been varyin g esti OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE mates of the c ost of the t w o LIFE INSURANCE. projects, pushed by rival fin a n• • No agent will call on yo u. cia l interests. , Free information, no obligation. 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The governments two years a g o ag reed to study such a project and expert s hav e taken evi dence from the advocates of variou s schem es. T hey also have studied the seabed to see if a j tunnel would be and have decided it would be. Only political or financial considerations are likely to pre vent the old dream eventually being fulfilled. Thumbnail Sketch WICHITA, Kan . (JP) -After 20 years of research, Dr. Wil liam B. Bean says his left thumbnail is growing s lower now than in 1 942. BeaQ , a member o.f the fac ulty at State University of Iowa, explained in the Archives of Internal Medicine that from 1 942 to 1 958 the nail t oo k be tween 117 and 126 days to gro w from cutical to fingertip. In 1961, he said, it took 138 days. ADVERTISEMENT New elastic membrane will Revolutionize Denture Wearing The big diffe r ence b etween natu ral te e th and d entures is in per f ormance. Now this difference is sma ller due to a new invention. 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It With Fidel Castro a just-deOFFICE HOURS is an ailment which leads him parted guest, Soviet Premier __ ....:t::::::"""' to say things which may be true Khrushchev has two others to "My wife and I can't decide whether to keep it a but also are not popular. There fill his busy social calendar. fun party, or invite the boss and take the expenses is a cabinet shift coming up in Mohammed Zafrullah K a h n, as a tax. deduction for business entertainment."' July, and Ikeda would like to president of the United Nations -------------------------do it on a basis of strengthen-General Assembly, is in the Soh d• • h h 1• ing_ his_ government and not on fl Met 0 1St HitS c urc Po ICY satlsfymg the vanous factions vtslt clarify the ROCHESTER, N.Y., June 10 can church, rather than a Dixieof his conservative party. latest vJews the (JP)-S e 1 e c t ion of Methodist land church or a New England But trouble may be ahead, U . S.S.R. s arreages to bishops by regional bodies con-church or some more provinfrom a source that has been one of the U.N. tributes to racial strife in the cia! expressions of Christianity of his main strengths-the peoChtef Harold Wilsons Vlsit South, says a minister formerly ..• ," the Rev. Andrew S. Turple. Prices have been going up wlll be a n_atural for talks on His resolution nipseed of Niagara Falls said. 6 per cent a year, which is bad testmg .. Khrushchev al-dur.mg select10n by the church's The minister urged the elim enough. What is worse is that so WJll working on the June naho?al conference has the ination of the church's Central one of Ikeda' s ministers admon-18. the central com-unammous approval. of dele-Jurisdiction, which covers all ished housewives to cut living mtttee 1s expected _to con-gates to the con_venhon of the predominantly Negro Methodist costs by living less luxuriously. centrate on Ide?lgy, particularly Methodist churches. The 4 o,OOO-member Kansal on _ ways to early revo-We should be a great Amen-In addition to his resolution Housewives' Association h a s luho?ary enthusiasm for com-the Genesee Conference written Ikeda, "We heard you mumsm. Paris-Bonn Accord adopted a proposal calling for said at a recent cabinet meeting C d d . . the acceptance o.f Negroes by that the_ eat more zech Re s Plague Faces OppOSitiOn local congregations. fish. This remmds us of By Secrecy 'Leaks' French Socialists CommuApproximately 400 persons your mfamous remark that the . • . from the conference ' s 11-county should eat barley instead The Western powers aren't msts and some of the old lme area are attending the body 's of rice." That refere_nce was to the ones that have trouble middle-of-the-road parties are 154th annual meeting. The fivean Ikeda statement m 1949_. . secrets. The expected to bring heavy fire to day gathering ends Sunday, Three years later Ikeda did It pubhcatJon of the Czech railway , ---------again saying the government workers has complained that of-bear on the French-German al• help it if small busi-ficial secrets are getting into Hance treaty when it comes up Packag1n9 Costs ness went bankrupt. That one the bands of unauthorized per-for discussion in the national KINGSTON R.I. (UPD-If the brought about his resignation sons and that documents are be-assembly this week. But the supermarket rings up as finance minister. Ikeda' s ing lost. . It may be the signal Gaullists, who have an absolute $20 for your week's groceries, most recent relapse.into "footof a new Czech crackdown on majority in the house, will vote it's a safe guess that $1.50 to $2 in-the-mouth" disease is not ex-official carelessness. for it and ensill'e its approval. of the total is for packages. \ / 1Sfomach Neuroses1 Increasing KENILWORTH, N.J. IUPD -make-up bases and hair-color Stomach and intestinal dis-ing preparations. orders are rapidly becoming a national neurosis, and are causPrevents Pollution ing Americans to shell out more NEW YORK (UPD Pumping than $250 million each year on water under a river seemingly some 500 different medicine makes as much sense as carry• brands, according to Pharmaco, ing coals to Newcastle. Inc. But city officials here are pumping waste liquids under That expenditure, says Phar-the East River through heavy maco, amounts to more than aU industrial hose to avoid pollu• the money spent on lipsticks, tion of the river. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. WHAT IS YOUR HEARING SCORE? 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