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University Of Tieket Reservations South Florida For Sandburg Appearanee Campus Edition Available at Box Offiee SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 112 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1963 PRICE FIVE CENTS Personnel Services Start SPS By LOUISE STEW ART The Student Placement Serv ice for graduating seniors at the University of. South Florida of fers many items no t featured at other campuses. The placement service is operated by personnel services and provides the stu dent with a personal informa tion data form, letters of recom mendation, and grade informa tion in a confidential brochure which may be .sent to prospec tive employers or graduate schools. To date, only 21 students have returned the completed forms to the personnel office, whilE! close to 100 will be graduating in August, and of course more in December which is the first official graduation. It Is Free One item thus far unique, so it seems, to USF is the fact that the service is provided free of charge to the student. The servke should be applied for 12 months in advance but seniors graduating this August and De cember of 1963 and April of 1964 should get a form on file as soon as possible. Even though the student may have a job or graduate school lined up after graduation, he may find the folder helpful for future references. Pictures Also Free Another feature of the USF service is the provision of free pictures taken by Educational Resources and printed on the -(USF Photo) WATKINS MAKES POINT WITH MUSIC Dr. Armin Watkins, associate professor, discusses "Contemporary Music, Noise or Art?" at the last All-University Coffee Hour. Watkins, who is a mem ber of the Tampa Philharmonic Orchestra, University String Quartet and Univer sity Orchestra, used taped music to augment his discussion . Committe. e Approves ctivity Fee Budget Next Step Requires Approval From Allen BY WING PREODOR Budgeting of the estimated available $316,913 in student activity fees for 1963-64 was determined last week by a committee composed of representatives from all affected areas of the university. The budget now will be presented to President John S. Allen tomorrow and awaits his approval. â€¢ There was an increase of $1,000 or more on almost every item over the 1962-63 budget. Student Association Volunteers For Crew Needed \
THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, June 17, 1963 ANOTHER INJURED CRITICALLY Weekend Accidents Claim TWo Victims A Lakeland woman was killed,,sunday while swimming at a Plant City girl critically Ralston Beach on Lake Egypt. jured and a 5-year-old Tampa boy drowned in weekend acciMRS. SWAILS' husband, A. J., dents. 65, driver of their car, was The victims were; treated for cuts. Mrs: M. 72, Vincent Ruskin 22 of 401 tally mJurd m a colltslon w1th . ' ' an ambulance at 15th street Dunedin Ave., dnver of the am-and Hillsborough Avenue. bulance that collided with the Eugenia Elsie Blocker, 19, of Swails' car, was hospitalized at 6, .B.ox 3!, Plant City, St. Joseph's with face cuts. An cnhcally tnJured when her car overturned near c 0 u r t n e y attendant in t h e ambulance, Camp)Jell Causeway. Robert Frantz, 16, of 23ll St. Hubert Edward Palham, son Joseph, was treated for cuts and of Mr. and Mrs. Calude Pelham, released. 4506 W. Kentucky Ave ., drowned Patrolman w . H . Larder said Steel Union Officers Set Decisive Meet Swails turned left into the east botind lanes of Hillsborough to hit the oncoming ambulance. THE AMBULANCE was going to a head-on collision at PITTSBURGH, June 17 (IP)-Orient Road at State Road 600. Efforts by steelworkers to imOne of the four persons involved prove their contracts with basic in this collision of two small steel enter a decisive stage to-cars. Mrs. Nancy Stanford , of day with a meeting of union Route 1, Box 292-M, was taken officers. to st. Joseph's Hospital with a U.S. PORT RESIDENTS AID SAILORS Stranded Mexicans Get Help SAN PEDRO, Calif., June 17 terers), meantime, stopped de-The Mexicans were fed, given 1 Tile Tribune and T. E. Gnffrn, both of Plant will foUow in Hackney Cemetery. CompiUIJ froâ€¢ The TrlbUJie llulldActive pallbearers are Rev. H. A. ADVERTISEMENT The checks were drawn on a laTa"â€¢' ,".at. "'!oelrll".a"."!._H10orr0c_aa.1811â€¢râ€¢.â€¢.â€¢.. City, and Cecil Griffin, Doug-McNatt, Rev. Worley, Rev. Norman ______ _.:.:..::.:.:..::.:....:... ___ Miami bank and were issued by elan ... ,.,abe' Poa'i otnce at las Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. PRIVATE an insurance company or Tampa, Florida, uder lbe Acl of Corbitt, Plant City: Mrs. rangements by Stowers Funeral a d e V e 1 0 P m en t firm both :aaho: liT canler _B:..r:.:a:.:n.::.do:.:n:.:.. -:-----,::-::--=-: IO Women alleged fronts for the Central 10c per weetu ,,. carrier or man Mary Harrell and Mrs. Blanch coLE, MRS. ETHEL L.-Mrs. Ethel 'l'housands ot women ftnd speed7 reo lief from the physical distress of lrrec ular, scanty, or painful memes clua to fun ctiona l disorders by tr.kin; RUMPHREYS "11''-a gentle, non-hormono.l, bomeopatblc remedy. At all drua atorea. No preacl'ipt1on neede
1 'l'HE TAMPA TIMES 15 Monday, June 17, 1963 Sarasota Dog Track Entries TONIGHT'S ENTRffiS FmSE RACE-Five-sixteenths mile C: 1. Clatonia 5. Turnstile 2. Be Fawn 6. Bo's Shame 3. Suzella 7. King Leo 4 . Rack 8. FJyiJig Fable SECOND RACE-Five-sixteenths mile -GradeD: 1. Patty's Jor 5. R.F.Little World 2. Chief Pattie 6. Ed's Juneau 3. Harry's Here 7. Sally Gleam 4. Fernwood Boy 8. Joe Luck THIRD RACE-Five-sixteenths mile -Grade M: 1. Old Roper 5. Jayne Neely 2. Royal Score 6. Class "A" 3. Mystery Maiden 7. T's Firery 4 . R.F.HappyJones 8. Barna Ace FOURTH RACE -Five-sixteenths mile-Grade E: 2. Jet Era 5. Masterful Man 2. Fluffy O'Leary 6. MeLee 3. T's Action 7. Hoback 4. Fightln Gator 8. Bd. Zip FIFTH RACE-Five-sixteenhs mileGradeD: 1. Tadlock Mise 5. Friendly Fred 2. Miracle Hill 6. Rudy Duty 3. Dainty Dance 7. HI Lou f. Opelousas 8. R. P .'s Tony SIXTH RACE-Five-sixteenths mile Grade C: 1. Mutual Man 2. Uriah :l. John Angel f. Secret Trade 8. Bonded Vote SEVENTH RACE -Five-sixteenths mile-Grade D: 1 Dealer Wins 5. R. P.'s Freddy 2: Dusty Tip . 6. Circus Heritage 3. CherokeeSundial 7. Rare Sport f. All Ears 8. Thunder Blue EIGHTH RACE-Five-sixteenths mile -Grade B: 1. Kinlpopo 11. Cherokee Sund'n 2. Ed's TBird 6. I'll Pay Ya 3. Dundee Doll 7. Stride Fa.r 4. King Cord 8. Speed Beam NINTH RACE-Five-sixteenths mile 1
16 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, June 17 , 1963 Your Individual Horosco.pe By FRANCES DRAKE ing expended. But don' t elec-the cusp of Gemini-Cancer, the Look out for bright, well-Look in the section in which trify pressures, rather lessen first Sign waning, the latter as-motivated activity by day, and your birthday comes and find them. ' cending. Mixed restlessness, de-in p.m. Evenness, smooth sailing what your outlook is, according Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 (Libra) -. to the stars. This is a potent month for you, s1,re and need for education, protects ship of life. You and today is one of .your leader-knowledge charactenze your take suggestions easily because FOR TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1963 type whips. Scholarly work, Th_e. well. of you ARE ready for Improve March 21 toApril 20 (Aries) studious attitude gain. Ad-this hVID!f With h1s ment, eager for bettering any -Tabulate first; If you do no\, vanced methods skills author-ter s1de, controllrng faults, IS a thmg. Should have an occupa you could well find yourself ship favored fa; big strides. leader, and able booster of tion both interesting and that attempting too much, doing Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 (Scorpio) community, business. e_mploys your creative imagina things that really belong later. _ Set a goal for this one day ForesJgh_t , acumen at:e partly tiOJOl (or a hobby for your dex Avoid taxing endurance, mental much as you do for an extended your gUJde f_or tempting takeConserve. rather than capacity: you know the answer. period of time, and determine a-chance penods, and you d1sstpate versatJllty; April 21 to May 21( Tau-not to let even one hour get be-turn on or off your g_amblmg from . nervous stram. rusl -With strong Venus rays hind. Without straining, you sense. You can reach rnto the B1rthdate of. M. Dalad1er, By DR. FRANK MILLER neighbor tells us it would be a coming your way, do not mis-can keep whole week in order. answers you realJeanette MacDon-DEAR DR. MILLER: I have waste of money ot take Spotty take certain glitter and false Nov. 23 to Dee. 21 (Sagittar1ze are but are yet ald, smger-actress; Robt. Stewtwo chameleons, both males. to the veterinary and that if he appearances for the real thing. ins) _ No more, hidden by undiscovered means. art, Marquess of Londonderry. When near my seven snakes or gets worse he should just be Take time looking over your no less, t h an 0 ADVERTISEMENT my parakeet, one opens his put to sleep because he would schedule and let no brisk pace usual if you per. mouth to fight and the other probably die anyway. We become a runaway. form "as usual," r t A G N w runs. Do you know why they want to lose our pet. but we _MaTyl'g2h2tento 21 (Gemini) not heeding to ' ID s way ray ew ay act so differently? don't want to waste money, 1nc 1ease earn1'ngs DEAR D.H.: Yes. One's a either. Can you please tell us reins in exploit " t t' ' W"tb t ' ! tâ€¢râ€¢ â€¢ } L k coward, the other is a fool. what to do ? ation, promotion, 1 r:;l: AQUARIUS 1 on llf I ICia 00 -R.T. except where low. But he who DEAR DR. MILLER: We DEAR R.T.: â€¢ d ws drive-in tvz.n o â€¢ unil ull ptnâ€¢t o f ;,::,. Fbut:nclullVorld ut Bunk â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ WELCOME ABOARD! MARINE BANK & TRUST COMPANY' fLORIDA!$ 0\.DE$1 TIUst COMPANY-MtMIEI f.O.I,C.