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University Of South Florida Campus Edition pa I Tickets on Sale For Shaw Festival . In T A Box Office SEVENTY-FI R ST YEAR-No. 130 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1963 PRICE FIVE CENTS Finishing Touches Ready Co,re Unit For 1,311 Students SAYS DEAN U nive rsi t ies M u s t Exhibit ' A n I n t el l ectua l Excha n ge' By MARJORIE FISKE ''H u m a n exchanges outside the classroom provide the per sonal growth of the individual," &aid Herbert J . Wunderlich , dean of student affairs, in dis c:ussing commuting students. He went on to say, "Univer&ity experience is much more than intellectual development or t h e acquisition of informa tion. A university must have, to be enjoyed as such, the great conversations, the p e r son a 1 growth by association with other people, faculty and students-an intellectual exchange other wise, we are a learning factory, not a univeristy." "The Executive Committee , Physical Education Department, University Center and Resi dence Hall all recognize the need to include commuting in the extras on cam social and inira commented Dean comes "Hub" University Center is the of the activities program particular appeal to , com Wednesday and Thursday after students," obsetved the noons . This is an hour when So Student Affairs. Mrs. cia! Clubs might meet which R esources P. Marshall, program would enable the commuter who at the University Center, would not be able to return to E that no special programs the campus for a night meet xpands been planned for commu ing to attend. but that the activities of conversations in planning By LILLIAN c. COLLINS the center are open to all stugroups have centered around . dents. making more activities avail -If student spare t1me Among the activities planned able _ to provide the student on his han?s or JUSt bec?mes for the fall is an Open Ho'!se with more than just com i ng to bored he might try. Educahonal Friday, Sept . 13. The recreatiOn cl ass and going home," said Resources , m the baseroom will be open and a jazz Dean Wunderlich. For example, ment of . combo and band concert a r e the Physical Education DepartA .mus1c room, :'lith scheduled for the afternoon. Also ment plans to provide more a wide selectwn of . class1cal, in the afternoon in the South Sports Clubs, such as sailing, f; faculty rate for all three is $2.50 (saving-50 cents>; and season rate the public is $5 (saving-$1l. According to t hea te r sources many tickets have already been sold. Pygmalion and Misalliance are the other programs on the schedule. Benjamin Asks Audience What Education Valuable By KAY KEATING the forces of the spirit wh ich Dr. Harold Benjamin , noted these people use to guide and educator a nd a distinguished master their material instru professor at Glassboro State ments and belongings." College, Glassboro, N .J., was a He also stated "That educa recent guest lecturer at USF. tion is of most worth to a A specialist in comparative people that best nurtures and developes the forces of the educ ation, Dr. Benjamin spoke spirit. You have to start with to his USF a u d i e n c e on that .. , The mystic of educa Cheyenne education i n a lecture tiona! purpose has to be that en tit 1 e d "The Wakan central theme." Come to the Wakan People . Dr. Benjamin concluded by Dr. B e n j ami n began his defining the three elements of speech by asking what ed uc aeducation which people with tion was of most worth to a material wealth can u se against people. He added " ... I co ndeterioration. These are the sider this question has to be elements of manners, style, and asked in relation to the experid r ive. "The element of manners ences of a particular people in is the one by which we estab order to answer corres:tly." lish relations, effective, rela-Following this question Dr. tions among men." "By style Benjamin did as he advised and I mean imaginative style" , â€¢ , spoke on a parti c ular people, By drive "a daring drive." the Cheyenne. Good fortune " All our people are Wakan came to these people with the (fortunate) people if we give tamin g of wild horses. Dr. them the elements out of which Benjamin h eld that good fortune the y can construct a truly comes to all pe oples in some Wakan education. Do you say material form . that t his is a task of impossible But he stated, "What deterdiaiculty? If you do, I reply mines the future of a peop le th a t to a Wakan people there are the ideas , the principals, is no educational impossibility."
THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, July 8, 1963 Deaths in Tampa Area MARTIN P. SHERMAN JtiRKLAND. .JEREMIAH MONROE Funeral services for Mr. Jeremiah Monroe Kirk,land, 83, 507 E. 126th Ave .â€¢ will be held Tuesday morning at 10:00 at the Lutz Methodist Church, with the Pastor, Rev. Lee Strother of officiate. Mr. Kirkland will lie in state at the cl\urch from M. M. Adams. Mac M. Adams, Ray QUESTS THAT FLOWERS PLEASE BE OMITTED AND THAT DONA TIONS BE MADE TO YOUR FA VORlTE CHARITY. J.nterment will be .in Lutz Cemetery. Arrangements by Walters-Howard Funeral Service, opposite the University of Tampa. JtNUDSON, MR. GEORGE ARTHUR Funeral services for George Arthur Knudson, ate 70, resident of Rd. No. 1, Box 317, Seffner, who passed. away at a local hospital Sunday morning, will be held Tuesday morninR" at 11:00 o'clock from the Wilson Sam mon Co. Funeral Home. Rev, C. R. Murphy of the State HiRhway Baptist Church, and Rev. J. T. Creel o the East Hillsboro Baptist to of flciate. Interment 1.n Garden o Mem ories. :Pallbearers: Laverne Blitch, Bob Gladney, Lee DeBusk. Arthur Hayes, and Robert Black Sr. IBERMAN, MARTIN' PHILO-Funeral services for Mr. Martin Philo Sher man, 82. 708 N. Gilchrist Ave., will be held Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Chapel o WaltersHoward FuKeys, pastor of Gibsonton Methodist Church to officiate. THE FAMILY REQUESTS THAT F L 0 WE R S PLEASE BE OMITTED. Cremation will follow. 61SK. BARRY L.-Funeral services for Mr. Harry L. Sisk, 59, of 8107 N. Boulevard will be held Tuesday after noon at 2 o'clock at the Jennings Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Joe L. Johnson. pastor of the Forest Hills Cemetery. Pallbearers will be , J. C. Bohannan, Judson R. Cooke, John T. Vinson, Waldo M. Fowler, Ken neth Weir and Emmett Reynolds. Ia! Mariano Barney Green. Francis Honorary ire Jim lfardcastle Ill, J. L. Culp, Robert L . Sherrill, Joseph Mortin Funkhouser. Arthur Brown, Bert Lowe, Dr. Jesse Ket..n:, F. M. Hendry, Ole Erickson, HamU ton Hunt, WilHam N. Downs, Aaron Tick. Victor Horthcutt, Max }Jolltngsworth, Byron Hollingsworth.. J. P. Beasley. Robert Evans. Robert Rice, Glen Evins. T. J. Mlles, Emery ANYWHEREANYTIME B. MARION REED AMBULANCE SERVICE R A .. DICK STOWERS STOWERS PH. 6Sq 12ll BRANDON F LA The JETLINER â€¢ Madel L21!i!i New streamlined, lightweight luggage style 19" portable lV. Tan color or Ebony color. BIG SET FEATURES FOR FINEST PERFORMANCE â€¢ 3-Stage IF Amplification â€¢ "Goted Beam" Sound System â€¢ Individual Perma-Set Tuning â€¢ Exclusive Automotic "Fringe-Lock" Circuit â€¢ Horizontal Llneority Adjustment â€¢ Capacity-Plus Quality Componants â€¢ Zenith Quality Speaker â€¢ Dipole oAntennâ€¢ â€¢ Top Carry Handle â€¢ All Channel UHF Tuner (optional at t)(\fl cost). OPEN MON. and fRI. 'til â€¢ $10! DELIVERS! handcrafted chassift No Printed Circuits ha!ldwired, handsoldered connections for greater operating dependability, fewer service problems. Deaths in Tampa ART in STEAKS Cocktail:J Served All Major Credit Card. llon . .Sat. 5; Bun. S-10:30 P.lll. BERN'S STEAK HOUSE Lightning Protection Sys tem s 3631 S. Dale Mabry Ph.8316201 1208 South Howard Phone 253-9302, 252 4 Blka. N. Bonhoro Jlo>Al Hotel LIKE TO GET IN ON A TRADE SECRET? Of course you would-especially when it's to your advantage. . The secret is simply this: Your Cadillac This happy couple just recently got in on the secret â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ and no wonder they acted fast when they got the facts. dealer has been enjoying such phenomenal For right now they're living the motoring sales this year that he has welcomed a dream of their lives. The car's performance is a revelation even to experienced Cadillac owners. Its advanced engine, improved Hydra-Matic and True-Center drive line make every journey a unique delight. record number of first time owners into the From a styling standpoint, they are en-All this, of course, is in addition to the Cadillac family â€¢â€¢â€¢ and he'd like to welcome joying the handsomest Cadillac ever built. traditional Cadillac virtues of great dependyou, too. It has size and stature, as well as dignity ability, superlative quality and high resale That's why, when you trade your present and elegance . . Its interiors are wonderfully value. Come in and see for yourself. car in on a new Cadillac, you'll probably be roomy-and singularly luxurious in appoint_ And be prepared to learn the most delightdelighted to discover how much it's worth. ments and convenience. ful trade secret you've heard in years! VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER SHARPE & CO. Ill E. PLA TI STREET â€¢ TAMPA, FLORIDA ,. (
... , . THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, July 8, 1963 INJURED IN RACIAL DEMONSTRATION Miss Allison Turaj, 25, of Washington, D.C . , blood running down her cheek, wascut over her right eye by a thrown roc.k yesterday in a mass demonstration at a privately owned, segregated amusement park in Woodlawn , a suburb of Balti more. Other demonstrators with her are not identified. "' SIX WEEKS AFTER RIOTS Birmingham Truce Maintained BIRMINGHAM. Ala., July 8 1 "It' s been hell for a while , " the protest movement that lastCUP!) The bark is growing said one downtown store. owner . ed a month here, calls for up back on the trees at Kelly-In"We have been threatened, grading of employment oppor gram Par k whe r e firehoses cut there is an organized campaign tunities for Negroes by the mid men down .like tenpins . to stop whites from buying at the dle of July, and the hiring of For six weeks Bi:rmingb.am store, and some charge acat least one Negro clerk by one firemen have bad to use their counts have been cancelled. donwtown store . , hoses only on fires and the po "But the whites haven't been By mid August, the agreement lice dogs who chased Negroes as successful in keeping people calls for a permanent biracial through the nearby alleys are away fTom the stores as the Necommittee to be set up and back on r6utitie burglaries. g r oes were, and the Negro cuslunch counters at major stores The more than 2 , 500 Negroes tomers came back, " said the to drop color barriers. LOCAL NEGRO leader Rev . who marched t b rough the store owner , who did not want streets, sat in at lunch counters his name used. Fred L . Shuttlesworth said with a smile: "Negroes are shopping THE N E G R 0 community , more and enjo y ing it more. which successfully kept many When your wife g oes to the store and knelt in at churches, .are back at their jobs on bonds to taling more than $250,000 . AND THE peace brought by shop p . e r s away from white to buy a dress she knows wheth businessmen who risked their s tor e s, has returned to down er it will fit or not because she bank accounts to meet with Ne town to s hop . can try it on." gro leaders to negotiate a treaty They have found in the past "I know they'll come through for partial desegregation has week that the merchants have on the rest," he said . held. The initial step in the kept their word on the initial The first step was not an truce has been taken. steps toward desegregation. The nounced by the w h it e busiThe merchants did not get off major downtown stores have renessmen, but simply carried without scars at the hands of moved "white" and "colored" through . Sidney Smyer, sopkes segregationists. Militant forces signs from water fountains and man for the white businessmen have used economic reprisals, restrooms , and Negroes can who negotiated the truce, said intimidation and some tactics now try on clothing in f itting there would be no announce b o r r o we d from integration rooms . ment when the other parts of the forces in efforts to bend the The bargain, considered a lim-agreement are fulfilled . merchants. ited victory in light o! the size of "But they will be," he said . IRRITATioNs ADMineo 1 1 Monaco/ Cuban 1Crime Wave1 R t I M . . 1 0 . d esor n 1am1 s en1e 1 Af . ? By WILLIAM GIANDONI to get !,he facts, check with the n rIca . Latin American Editor police. They will tell you." copley News Service D. D .' Pomerleau, Miami's diVICTORIA FALLS, South MIAMI -"Probl7ms; Sure rector of public safety, did, in ern_ July 8 we Cubans cause Miam1 probmuch the same terms as the desta s spectacular V 1 c to r i a lems,_'' the elderly Cuban exjle refugee. Falls ma y become Africa ' s Man confessed. "Cubans liv e a little differe n taco, complete wilh a plu s h ca"We talk too much. We like ly than we do , " said. sino and a haven from taxes. to stand on street corners and "They keep late hours. Live A . syndicate o f . five leading talk too' loudly at night. We stay more loudly . Cook more odorc 1 t1 z e n s of Livmgstone-the up too late listening to the radio ously â€¢ . . t o w n on the Northern Rh_ode' .. . . . stan bank of the Zambezi R1ver , and TV. We_ g1vmg _them cred1t which flows over the falls is "Remember,'' he added with for. bemg mvolved m mor. e than putting a plan to repr esenta a proud grin, "that is why God thet;, share _of accidents, t ives of the Bri ti s h, Southern put us on an island in the Carib too. He thts lS Rhodesian and Northern Rho bean, so we could make as much a result of the _ ll' general mability desian governments for declar noise as we wanted without disto . . . and lack ing a free trade zone in an area turbing our neighbors." of famihanty w1th traffJc laws . of IOO square miles around the area would be ideal for a neuTHEN, TURNING serious, he has the tral zone where headquarters suggested, "if you really want Poliae Department '\Jee_n of common services used by the ___:::=-=---===='===-=--....-keepmg close check on the mc1-two Rhodesias could be set up. ADVERTISEMENT den_ce of crime by national or Their plan a J s 0 envisages B â€¢ I I groups. centering Rhodesia ' s tourist inUfla nsurance " Larceny , " Pomerleau report-dustry at the falls with the in ed , "is the only category of ducement of a cus t oms-f1ee S ld b M cr!me in which their participa-zone . Plan s for a casino and in-0 y a1 tion is obv . ious." Out of a total ternational luxury hotel at the of 173 arrests in a month for falls are already under way. Y b al.f. d f thefts , 39 involved Cubans . U.S . The falls area is served by o_u e qu 1 le or whites were charged in 57 cases , an international airpo r t at Livlife msurance 50 you Negroes in 72 and Puerto Ricans ingstone , is nearâ€¢ a game pa r k , not Qurden your loved ones in five . and bas natural scenic tt w1th funeral and o t b e r ex t li d . . . a rae n e This NEW policy is es Bu po . ce reco1 s show no hons umque to Afnca. The helpful to thtlse be Cubans p1cked up for mu:der, syndicate says _ by giving this tween 40 and 90. No medical assault or other cnmes part of Rhodesia more of the examination necessary . of Vl?lence . . of Monaco the bene OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE Police Ch1ef W . E . Headley f1ts to r est of Rhodesia LIFE INSURANCE. up where Pomerleau left would be Immense . . . . No agent will call on you . C â€¢ Free information, no obligation. "WE HAVE upwards or 100 , ramer Lists Tear out this ad right now. 000 of them (Cubans ) in the city Illegal U.S â€¢ . â€¢ . Send your name, address and you cannot get that many and year of birth to: Central immigrants or exiles together Security Life Insurance Co., in one area , whether Cuban, Cuba VisitorS Dept. K-428, 1418 West Rose-Italian or Polish without a law dale, Fort Worth 4 , Texas. enforcement problem. WASIDNGTON, Jul y 8
II THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, July 8, 19G3 Campus Forum The general crew for con struction, lighting, props, and r--------------------------,lcost uming consists of a troupe The Tampa Times University of South Florida Campus Edition Editor .........â€¢â€¢........................ Richard Oppel Layout Editor .......................... Michael Foerster Faculty Adviser ...................................... Dr. A. T. Scroa:tins STAFF WRITERS Lurlene GaUagher Pat Jacobs Janet Brewer Talmadge Lyman Marjorie Fiske Jerry Kaplan Nancy Backsman James Felter Danny Valdes Louise Stewart Bob Dubay Dennis Silver Wing Preodor Marguer ite Starford Jackie Montes Kay Keating U111an C. Collins Ray Towler Lucille Vander Veen Frances Freeman Loretta Goldsteift the is noon Wednesday for with sundry talents: Ruth Ann Pratt, Al Sanders, L o u i s e Stewart, Judy Deliz , Helen Morrison, Susan Brown, Norma Rodriguez Joanna Hedge, Anne Wright, Jane Tucker, Prisrilla Salemi, and Don MacKay. These members work on the various jobs of backstage producti()n. The staff coordinating the de signs for all three plays include: Ken Daniel , technical director; Jay Fitch, carpenter; Gryce Clay, properties coordinator; Phil Marron, light coordinator; Tom Robertson, sound coordi nator; and Carol Crowley, Campus EcliUon dial Ext.. 269. regarding news far the '---------------------------'! makeup coordinator. . , â€¢ -(USF Photo) PHOTO LAB IN OPERATION Ted Gose, USF student on work-study, checks the clarity on a print in the new darkroom located in the basement of the library. The photo lab is over twice the size of the old quarters and houses separate rooms for developing slides and photos. SHAW FESTIVAL-CONSTRUCTION AND REHEARSAL -(U5F The Shaw Festival repertory of plays opens next Monday, July 15 but the involved in the staging of this festival have been working May on puttmg the parts together. Left: Ken Daniel, technical director drives in the fin ishing nails o!l top of central structure for the three plays Jim Coplon Judy put on the wooden steps of the set. Right: flower-seller Ehza (H?llY Gwmn), tells her scroungy father (Jim Coplon) to leave. The angry pan are bemg sepa1ated by the peace-maker of the play, Colonel Pickering (Ed Thompson) who is helping with the linguistic experiment . \