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l 1 0 . -., e ' ' tl e [f I S 10 t e l o i t rs id I a ddn le n t lir i d .t y a he m b e nd si in ./ University Of South Campus Edition 1ampa SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 190 TAMPA , FLORIDA , MON DAY , SEPTEMBER 16, 1963 Swi_mm.ing Pool For South Florida In Plan'ning Education Building Is Discussed EFFECTS OF increased registration this fall can be seen in the longer lines in the UC cafeteria during lunch hour. Whaley To Speak At First Coffee Hour Tues., 1 :25 p.m., UC NEWLY OPENED Argos Cent e r tak e s some of the load off the UC bookstore . After first week students are s till buying books. (USF Photos) PRICE FIVE CENTS Crowds Show Increased Enrollment Here
THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, September 16, 1963 Editorial Page New BuildingsYes or No? On November 5 the interested citi zens of Florida will decide Florida's immediate future by vot ing yes or no to the college building . amendment. The amendment is a constitutional plan of borrowing to fi -nance university, junior college and Vpcational technical school construelion. It is needed most urgently. J> Due to the corps of "war babies" now pouring into the state's univer :Bities and junior colleges, the board d control has placed the accumulated needs of these institutions at $158 million, and only $30 , 042,000 was pro vided in the general appropriations .bill for 1963-65. Putting faith in the '1965 legislature to appropriate the needed funds is pointless. Construc tion is needed now. Under the proposed amendment, the University ofSouth Florida would receive $10,755,000 of the $75,000,000 acquired through bond sales. Princi pal and interest on the 50-year bonds would be paid with revenues derived from the utilities gross receipts tax, a tax that has been levied against utilities companies since 1931. GOV. BRYANT plugs for bond amendment at kickoff luncheon. , (USF Photo) The general revenue fund has been recipient of revenue from this tax previously. The amendment will not result in an additional tax increase; interest on the proposed cannot exceed 4.5 per cent, which means the state will be paying back at a rate not to exceed $5,500,000 each year. Gov. Farris Bryant has given full support to the proposed amendment, as has the state chamber of com merce and the Florida Council of 100. President John S. Allen has stated, "enrollment of more than 4,000 stu dents this fall will be more than doubled with three years; whether we will have the physical facilities to accommodate these numbers depends in large measure on tbe 'college building amendment.'' Among the building projects in cluded in the amendment for USF are general classroom buildings for the college of business ad!ninistration and the college of education; a health and physical education building; a science and technology building to house the university' s recently-authorized college of engineering; dor mitories for the fall of 1965 ; an in firmary; and additional utilities and storage facHities. It is clear to see what would happen if these projects were held back for lack of funds. Certain)y this is not the panacea for college construction problems; it will serve. only as a temporary alle viator, with a similar problem crop ping up in a few more years. Support is heavy, but opposition does exist. We simply do not have the time to work out a better plan. USF will suffer most from defeat â€¢of the proposed amendment, sfnce it is still experiencing growing pains. The state's expanding junior college program also sorely needs the aid. This proposal is not the answer, but it is a steP. in the right direction. Vote yes on the college building amendment November 5, for educa tion's sake. LEnERS TO THE EDITOR SA President Poses Question Dear fellow students: The trimester in which we are currently engaged will be the last for some of us. For another portion of us, this will be the first. From either viewpoint there is a cen tral question that must not be evaded. This question is as follows: can we as students work together as a team to accomplish the ends that will benefit our future in a man ner that will intermesh with the ideals of our university? We , as students, must remember at all times that citizenship is earned. Dividends received will be made on the amount in vested only, Knowledge learned and re tained at this institution will forever follow as like unto that of a bank account. these ends no matter how willing if team work is not the essential thought concerned. Each of us is involved in mankind. No man is an island, entire of itself and all its entities. We have this important human ob servation from John Donne. Have we asked ourselves who we are and where we are going? We have the po tential to go to the top. If we do, we c11n thank ourselves and our tax paying citi zens; . if we don't we have only ourselves to blaine. Modernization is upon us in full strength. To alleviate our weaknesses and reach our potential we must work. The Student Association administration in office now is pledged to try their level best to obtain the rights and conditions de sired by the students. This will be foremost in our minds at all times. Due to the ex panded world beyond the dreams of ancient men, we will be the natural resources in a majority of this area, while some of us go on to bigger areas. . WILLIAM M. BRADY, radio coordinator, checks out the master control con-sol in the new television and radio facilities in the basement of the library. The FM radio station has already begun broadcasting and the TV station is scheduled to begin in about three weeks.-(USF Photo) IN THREE WEEKS T ion Station To Begin With Closed Circuit Viewing Closed circuit television at U:SF should begin in approxfmately three weeks. These courses Will be presented Jn the lecture halls of the chemistry building. . The. delay of the broadcas.t is due to the placement of cables between the studios m the library and the chemistry lecture rooms, according toâ€¢ Manny Lucoff tele-vision studio coordinator. ' The primary purpose of the new educational tele vision station located on the USF campus is to provide su perior teaching instruction to a maximum number of students with a minimum number of in structor hours. The instructof. best qualified for presenting the course on TV, chosen by his colleagues,. will give a one-bali hour lecture dur ing each scheduled class meet in g. The remaining h,ali hour will be conducted by the in structor in the classroom. This arrangement will allow instruc tors more time for individual teaching and give students more quality instruction. Initially, all telecasting will be, closed circiut. The first course to be televised is a basic math ematics course of bali-hour les sons. The station plans to even tually broadcast oved the entire Tampa Bay area. The two other state schools in Florida and the University of Miami already have fairly large operations in televisio n instruc tion. the program at USF is not new, it has been in an experimental stage only. Once complete equipment Is installed in the 11ew facilities, LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS the extensive closed circuit op----------------------------erations now planned will beâ€¢ come effective. Two.Groups Push UC Re 'creation Area Expands Visual Arts Area TO APPEAR WEEKLY Movie Coverage Is Added Feature By JOHN GULLETT al films committee presents of the Cam pus Staff "The King and I" a color adapThis issue marks the beginfation of the musical play based ning of an added feature in the on the biography, Anna and. the Campus Edition: A weekly colKing of Siam, by Margaret Lan umn dealing with an influential don. Oscar Hammerstein II element in modern mass media teamed with Richard Rodgers -that element known as the for this one. Showings are set motion picture, movie, film or for Friday and Sunday. flick. ' Florida Theater A return Accepting the Motion Picture engagement of "The Longest Producers and Distributors AsDay," the D-Day landing in sociaiion's view of entertainNormandy. This one star s ment as the primary purpose of everybody; Darryl F. Zanuck films does not preclude accep-was at the helm. Is most suc tance of still another, perhaps cessful in showing how simple secondary purpose on the part blunders cost lives and a num of producers, of intellectual or ber of blunders cost wars. emotional stimulation. It is both Dale Mabry Drive-In Open entertaining and educational to ing for a two-day run Wednes witness an artist's victory over day is one of last year's best the chaotic and confusing repetifilms Birdman of Alcatraz tions of the real world. which shows in perhaps a biased Review and Preview manner how a genius can find This will be the major conhimself confined as a criminal cern in this column: to review for a half-century by fellow and preview successful or nearAmericans. Directed by John successfu l attempts at organiz-Frankenheimer it stars Burt ing and depicting portions of Lancaster, supported strongly by probable profundity. Karl Malden. 1f the. mentioned WFLA-TV Tonight at 7:30 are few â€¢. It Is. not the fault of o'clock Channel 8 will carry the motwn p1cture l,lldustry, but NBC's showing of Love Is a rather of official or unofficial Many Spendored Thing, starring censure who make it dangerous William Holden and Jennifer for bookers to schedule "salaciJones. A Eurasian doctor (fcous" productions, and of dis-malel and an American war who think of a prac-correspondent fall in love in heal "Pillow Talk" Hong Kong, and pursue their draws bigger crowds than "Monromance in defiance of racial do Cane." custom and social convention Week's Highlights in color. ' Campus-The Film Classics WFLA-TV -Friday, 1 p . m. League offers its first film "High Noon" will show a real Thursday, ... The Magnificent western classic Gary Ambersons." 0 r son Welles' Cooper and Grace Kelly. This is adaptation of Booth Tarkinga highly dramatic story of a ton's Pulitzer Prize novel stars lawman who decides to face Joseph Cotten. outlaws rather than ride off into Campus-The UC recreationtile sunset with his new bride. Bowlers Kick Qff 16 . 3 Sports Season By MIKE FOWLER Of The Campus Staff That low rumble one may hear around September 23 won't be persistent thunder or a dis tant invasion. It will be the sound of some 300 bowlers opening the 1963-64 intramurals s e a s o n with a scratch tournament at Florida Lanes, 10400 Florida Ave.-the first activity of what may be the best, and will certainly be the biggest campus sports pro gram yet. The keglers' tournament will include f o u r -member teams from fraternities and sororities, residence balls and the general tend to simplify the University sports programs. Plans for a swimming pool are being prepared now by an architect. Osborne said the facil ity may be operable by the end of this trimester or early next year. And the projected physical education building has moved into the programming stage. It has already received approval of the executive committee and an architect is working on plans now. "But the whole thing," Os borne, points out, "is contingent on the upcoming bond issue. "Vote," he added. body . Teams should be Students interested in officiatregJstered at the Intramurals 1 ng f t 1 Off' -or pay -m ramura s â€¢ce, UC 158 before September should contact Spafford Taylor 18. in the intramurals offices. Forty A club or residence hall may or 50 men and women are neede enter any number of teams. Each bowler will roll a threefor membership in the Officials Sports C lub. game series, with team score Pay should be around $1.00 the combined total. Trophies an hour, said Osborne. Students will go to teams winning the must have a 2.0 average, men's and women's divisions. A ' $1.09 entry fee, to be paid 5 â€¢ â€¢ p I at the alley, will cover games .wâ€¢mmâ€¢ng 00 and shoes. Pairings will be an(Continued from Page 1) Due to our mature status, as students in an institution of higher learning, we may and conceivably will come into contact with viewpoints that may be completely diver gent as to our own beliefs. These we must l!larn to accept even though we do not be lieve them. The latter is our privilege under ille democratic system wherein we live. In essence it is our privilege under this system to question our government, from its highest form to its lowest. Never must we forget that our student government is ft>r the benefit of the individual and to gether, coUectively, we must wor.k against any infringement of the rights of the in dividual. This government cannot achieve Please remember that this is your stu dent government and that its actions are not meant to be meaningless. Are you will ing to devote a small portion of your free time to the student de velopment of our great university? Miracles are the re suit of bard 'work. Facilities nounced. ff By JIM FELTER petition will be held from Oca ect the $55,000 price tag origR'ecreational facilities in the f inally set on the pool. UC wm again be available to o the Campus Staff tober 'l to October 21 in the UC . A number of have Later the board heard Tam-all students. There will be no There exists on campus two ballroom. There will be three tightened the orgaruzabon of the pan Martin Smith of the Cham charge for use of the studen. t organizations promotin2: categories:, student, staff and this year, ber of Commerce Planning Com billiard and snook tables. th 1 1 accordmg to Dr. Gilman Hertz mission explain t he proposed Roscoe C. Davidson President e v1sua arts area. They were faculty. Pnzes will be awarded an. d Murphy Osborne, program "University eommun1ty" _ a The recreation center will be organized by stu h t d t dents fnd are en-, 1n e.ac egory on October 8 Irec ors. zoning and directed building open Monday through ThursTh d t t h 1 day from 9 a.m. to 10 p . m., tirely operated durmg a coffee at the free hour. e men as Y project which will create an Dailv Schedule of Events and Notices Friday from 9 a'.m. to 12 p.m.; by students . Both T.hel'e will be no limitation on area" around Student Association. Saturday from 12:30 a.m. to 12 are a b o u t to s1ze, but all photos must be ices were wide 1 y scattered Wi; p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to begin th(lir anproperly matted f h'b't' th p Cl LY Staff Lounge. ' eta, 104; Stges. 167; Tn-Sls, 168. . . ' 10 p m nual chore of re or ex I 1 Ion. across e campus. ress ub Holds 7 ,00 to 9 ,00 p . m.-Rush-Fraternal Men Areta, uc 203; Cleo, 202; John P .; Hartnett, Rodney T. to Hart ' . . There will be a jury to select The headquarters will include M â€¢ Societies . pon Drive, 988; Lucas. James E. to IOn o seven new poe e. Iar th in this c 1 m Sl e a on w IC a weekly l s â€¢rst meetmg of the trimester Epe.lta, 223: Enotas, 200; Talos, 213; Same as Thursday. 1504 East 130tb Ave .. delete phone no.; tables and one new pmg pong e :UC Arts . 0 u n.. . . . schedule of events, games and Tuesday, Sep tember 17, during Verdandl. 221. 7:30 p.m.-Ost showing) uc Movie McKitrick, Keith G . to M cKitrick, table. Exhibits Comm1t.mterested m J . ommg times will be posted. the free hour, 1:25 p.m., 1 n "King & 1 " , FH 101. G . t th C tt h ld k TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1963 9:30 p.m.-<2nd showingl. Keith ,, Miller, George H. to MUter, Also to be added this year in ee. . IS ee s ou PIC up The whole setup, says Hertz, UC 222. All students interested 1:25 p .m.-U.C. Special EventsSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER n. 1002 George H.; Natanewicz, to . , . Botega lS best FeUer an applicahon blank at the UC ill tl t;;oftee Hour, Whaley>, UC 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.-12th Graae Natunewlcz Henry ScroggiDB Albert the UC IS a general activities . . . . w grea Y Simplify communim any type of news, and feature 12:00 noon-C.F.s. Rus h T. to uc 2;4, Ext. Har room, a craft shop and a master descnbed ;ts a student organlzaInforz:tation Desk, fllllt out, cation. writing are invited to attend. Committee, 215; CouncU of Fraternal -Bids pick up, uc 264-5. rlet Mrs. to LY 520; Spell, James F. activities board which will be tions, and established an an-turn It and attend the In addition, sports equipment Societies, 216; Christian Life. FellOW 2 :00 p.m.-uc Recreation Committee to 1029 East Powhattan, 237; Taft, '. . . . at 1 p m Thursday m uc h b d. t A,. t t T s k Clvtnettes, 22?; Saihng Club, -Riverfront Outing, Riverfront aroa. Wlllam H. to assistant professor: located on the first floor. ThiS Interest In and an understand. . ' as een move In 0 a PE linen an 0 pea .eoc. Mo1vttle c20om5mâ€¢ttee, 213; u.c. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1963 Under Subject Classification: Page board will include all upcoming 1ng Of the visual a .. ts t th 214, , , room. north of the physical edu-Jack Kramer, partner of Peat, ... usc mm ee, . 6:00 to 8 :30 p.m.-Wesley Founda-m. Insert: Geology, CH 306, 237. . l a e Th t t d 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.-Rush-Fraternal tion, uc 226. Placement Interviews to be Held events. . . . ose m eres e m Botega catiOn lockers . Archery gear, Marwick and Mitchell of AtSocieties (Inform aD. 6:00 p .m.-Westminlster Fellowsnlp, 17A from thA . . U:n.Iverslty and rn the commu-s. hould check the daily calendar tennis rackets, basketballs and lanta, Ga., w 1 'Il speak on nati'onal Same as Monday. uc 108. Epllepsy Foundahon will be on campus EqU1pment already available mhes it serves. It has, in the f WEDNESDAY, SEPTEllmER 18, 196a .. 6;00 Pll);-Ust showing) uc Movie Sept. 17 to interview persons to students in the recreation , . . ront of the UC Desk for other equipment is available and accounting firms. All interested 1:25 p.m.-u.c. Music CommitteeKmg & I ' FH 101. . in the service profession as a fâ€¢eld past, held receptions for exhlbl-time place and date of the can be ch ck d t SterM Hour, uc 157, u.c. Dance Com 8:00 p.m.-<2nd showmg), FH 101. Probable starting salary center are cards, chess; check. . '. e e ou accounting students are invited mittee, 200; u.c. Hospitality Commit â€¢s. $6oOO. Persons interested In the inter . t10ns and guest lecturers m the meetmgs or may contact this Two s 1 i g h t l y larger 1'tems to att d Th d S t tee, 202; water Ski Club, 204; Christian CAMPUS NOTICES vtew should contact Personnel ServlceJ, â€¢. pmg pong tables, pocket . , . .' . , en o n urs ay, ep emScience College Org., 205; u.c. Public AD 2080, lmmedJately to schedule an billiard tables and snooker visual arts area, promoted Its PubhcatlOns office. whlch are nearing reality may her 19, at 1 :25 p.m. in UC 203. Relations Committee 214 , u C Fashion Staf! Directory Changes Listed -appointment. , & Talent 213. Radao i2i Young Add â€¢ t Ions to Directory: Dexter, Rhodes Scholarship Nominations-All tables. members' work through exhibiDemocrats 2:b Baptist st'udenl Union Lewis A., P. 0. Box 63, Thonotosas.a; nominations for tbe Rhodes Scholarship 226; Golf 'Club, uc 205; Council of Fagan, David, s., 9884; Goodson, should be forwarded t9 Dr. Sam B. tions, and establsished an anFraternal Societies, UC 216; Business B.etty Jr. Mrs., P.O. Box 634, Brooks Smith,, UC 402, by Fnday, Sept. .20. D â€¢d . .Administration Club UC 264. 5 V>lle.. 796; Hartnett. Rodney T., EHglbillty Is based on outstandmg av1 son nual SCholarship competition 5 â€¢30 p m Circle' K UC 264 5 4314 Fletcher Ave.; Horrigan, Fredcrclassroom performance; age limitation h'b't' 6:00 p 'm 'to BOO ' UC p !ck J., 935; Kelley, Anne, 630 Hoi Is 18; and students must have at . ex I 1 JOn, councll 'uc 214 p.m.-rogram land Ave., T.T.; Modrow, W. G., least a junior standing. Nominations (Contmued from Page 1) ' 505, Tampa 12; Reader, Willie D., Rt. should be confined to the most gifted. This year the exhibition will T1 H2 u 5 RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1!163 1. Box 248. Tampa; Robinson, Jack H., Nominees must have a copy of their the University through this probe sponsored by the arts and : p.m. Student FEA Meeting, 11004 Tee Green; Young, Wllllam w., transcript and three letters of recomtJ10C8. 2u64cS;SAenlor Accounting Club, uc 10811 N. J;:dison, 932-9061. mendation from faculty members. gram. That qualified students exhibits C!lmmlttee. It is scbed, rts and Exbtblt.s, UC 214; Corrections to Directory: Ackerman, Deadline for Events Calendar Ma 1 d f 0 t b UC Events, UC 215; Religious 93220; Pelzer. Raoul N., Rt. 5, B<>x terlai -Deadline for copy m the Nowill graduate from here is the U e or C 0 er 21 through CC\uncU, UC 216; UC Recreation Com Norma G. to Ham, Norma G . Mâ€¢s., vember-December Events Calendar Is November 2 in the UC G ll mâ€¢ttee, UC 213. P .O. Box 375; Austin, Martha Lou to Oct. 1. Material on films, concerts, greatest thing the University . a ery. c 4 :40U Assn. Executive Austin, Martha Lou; Dunn, Joseph s. exhibits, lectures, and so forth shouldâ€¢ â€¢ A coffee lS also planned for the â€¢ t . 1n 00to 12502-28th street, 932; Egerton, be included in the calendar and Jn. has to offerand we can show free hour on October 22 The :. . p.m. o Rush-Fraternal John W. to Editor, Illformation Serv formation should be sent to Dr. A. A. ' Socâ€¢eties to. It will connect the road circling Crescent Hill w1th the one by the Life Sciences Building.-(USF Photo) '
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SELL IT' WITH CLASSIFIED !'H. 223-4911 TRIBUNE TIMES CLASSIFIED Topic: TV By Terrence O'Fiaherty U.S. Military Aid Highest In Far East TIIE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, September 16 , 1963 15-A Your Hollywood Reporter WASHINGTON, Sept. 16 (JP) By l\1IKE CONNOLLY the funniest feeling you've been turn on your TV set, and you'll -Military assistnce to nations Hollywood-l\1IKE'S THURSreading my mail from Shirley see plenty of them. whose borders are DAY MAILBAG-McLaine's fans-he ones who * * * by the guns of thetr Commumst D M"k I h th â€¢ D. s h d â€¢ J t neighbors is still the costliest .ear I e: . ear re are glad she belted me. Ir tr: W Y on t ane . 1 â€¢t f US f . "d havmg an awful time shootmg * * * Leigh and Elvis Presley like smg e 1 em 0 â€¢ oreign al â€¢ "My Fair Lad " Is that true? President Kennedy told ConC rl t F yl.t s Fall. Dear Mike: What was the Ann-Margaret? -Arthur B. -a e on o z, 1oux s, D c A k today. Soutl'l Dakota. !matter with Van Johnson on ove, ormng, r The entire staff of the Judy "Waiting for Lefty" and "GoldAnd li?n's of the Dear Carleton: I've never yet Merv Griffin's TV show? He Dear Arthur: I think you've Garland show has been axed en Boy" aid bemg spent to known a fine picture that didn' t acted as though he was "goofy" got it wrong, It's not that they stem the Clunese Commumst h t h f h d h . , .. ' , don't like her-it's just that starting just under Miss Gar-The major troubles have been threat in the Far East, Kennedy ave 1 s are 0 ea ac es m or partially "stoned' or dopey. they would rather she didn't 'th d h" . i . h" 1 t the shooimg. One of the trou-J v Al d p 1 Alt land and including her husband WI pro ucers, w 1ch is 1ron c sa1d in 1s annua repor on bl 1 , t ld is th t J 1 . A . . exan er, a o o, walk away with the movies in b th ' th h h US "d i b d es, m 0 â€¢ a u Je nSid Luft, who recently made ecause eyre e w _o ow . . a1 s emg use . drews became so closely identi-California. which she ' s their co-star. headlines by trying to crawl are supposed to be throwmg 011 The report, covering military with the songs through the Dear J. V.: Van says he had Drive-In Theatre MON., on the stormy waters. Garland's d onom1c a1"d programs 1n ' TUES back over the fence . Observers . . an ec stage show and the album. to get up too early for the day-11945 N. Florida Av-.. â€¢ ongmal producer broke and fiscal 1962. did not include more Julie's art . b n 1 d b . . Open 6:30p.m. Firat Show 7:20 who predicted the tremulous ran. John Houseman did the recent outlays but administra-A dr PH el 1 Pie Y ilme TV show (after staymg up Paul Newman star wouldn't be able to keep same thing for "Great Adven-tion officials s'aid the trend this \Vhuo ecy t'epffurnd. â€¢t nld tutdhrey, too late following a live per''HUD" t " d I c â€¢ an a or 1 â€¢ os ree formance on " Bye Bye Birdie" up the weekly TV pace shook ure an mogene oca s pro-year is still much the same. d . t d th' t . . D iana Doro . '. ducer became a writer instead. . poun s 10. wo_ ays IS m Chicago ) and as a result he "THE UNHOLY WIFE" their heads and looked WISe, but Th d f "M N k , Increasmg amounts of ecoweek shootmg JUSt one mus1cal was "sleepy " In Tochnicolor the show wil , l continue produce pro_ 0 t \ ' ha nomic help are being shifted to number. "W o u I d n't It Be * * ADMISSION 3Sc new sene$ a ou a sc 00 eac -Latin America, where the Loverly?" * tlon with Norman Jewison at er, decided. to change schools port said "the prospect for the * * * Dear Mr. Connolly : How come the head, plus writers Arne before the and near future is a continuing cfMr. Conolly : I have bften movies aren't made like they Sultan and Marvin Worth and to work for Twilight Zone. fort by the 1nternational Comd used to be when Dorothy La-" , won ered how you peddlers of ' . an entire new staff. Their con:attyl Show munist movement to obstruct other people's business manage mour _ _Played the of tracts are for eight shows. -w _erem t e ta ente young and retard the Alliance o r to keep some people's secrets Hawan_ or somep lace like at, If Miss Garland spins before star :s J0 pl;i Progress." out of the newspapers. I hate . Gmger Rogert d and tred the series is completed, , CBS peop _ e, an . t The report said the total $4.to see newpapers make an at-s ance figures It will show what it has cousm-:-Is avmg scnp .es aid tack on some lowly person who an s . er I lams swam . .. 1 1 1 ., Th 1 and llttle wonder! Outer 1962 included Military a 1 d ha n "th th th would like to see more made as spec a s. e ser es pre-L. i , . d r s et er e power nor e r . mieres on Sept. 29. ts,f a ntew . 6 billion, development loans influence to strike back . And Llket. * * * Wl science Ic on ,112, 5 00, 000, special help to 1 know YOU k w th t _ o 1erzo, 1 a e p 1a, a. plots has discovered that some L t A $600 illion supa . news 1 There is no complacency here . ' . a m menca m â€¢ papers can cruc1fy you if they Dear Helene: S t ay up ate of 1ts best scnpts are beyond fng nd uch as credits to ' In regard to the approaching the limits of suh"ect matter for po: 1 s . . so choose. Sneer at whom you television season. The simple a 7 . 30 P m tt"meJslot-although ball natwns out. fmanclal please-! won't be reading you. I VALENCIA GARDENS I t th i thi H 11 d t 1 trouble $425 million, grants y â€¢ ftl d M s s s. o ywoo . e ewhoever worried about family 1 r d . 1 ou .re en 1 e . -rs.. ara IIII!STAUitANl'" v1sion has more woes than It has viewing hours before this? $296:5 m 1 Ion,_ an a . Williams , Pasadena, Calif. F onest Spanish Foods shows. contmgency fund $275 m1lllon. Dear Mrs. Wiliams: I've got Luncheon 90c & 1.10-11 or. Col'\. The nervousness is under standable with a business that is on tile eve of a series of pre mieres that will the largest audiences in the .history â€¢ FLORIDA' S MOST UNusuAL A0un l .HEATRE CASINO FOLLIES of show business. The invest ment in terms of talent and money is in the hundreds of millions of dollars. This thought alone ls enough to spread con siderable unrest in the heated pool set. The agency men and sponsors who bought the shows are also among the nervous. Meanwhile, the American public sits back and wonders how anybody could worry about anything in a medium in which "The Beverly Hillbillies" is the most popular show. â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ THE OPENING night jitters have been increased by instability in the Judy Garland camp-which was expectedand trouble with the Imogene show-w.P,ich wasn't. The death of Clifford Odets removed 1a strong selling point from the hopeful Richard Boone reper tory series despite the fact that Odets has done nothing in the last 20 years to fulfill the promise of his original suc cesses, "Awake and Sing," Proposed U.S. Role in Peace Disasters Hit WASHINGTON, Sept. 16 fUPD -The U-S. Chamber of Com m e r c e described as "unwarranted" today a provision in the civil defense bill that would make the federal government responsible for preventing and alleviating local peacetime dis asters. Under the bill, the CD could assume responsibility for pre venting and alleviating harm from fire, d r o u g h t s, earth quakes, hurricanes, floods and other disasters, tthe chamber said. ''The provision would expand drastically the present civil de fense role," the chamber said , and would result in local and state age n c i e s "abandoning their own responsibilities in fa vor of relience on the federal government." Tribesmen Hear Ex-Chief Of Mau Mau NAIROBI, Kenya, Sept. ruPD -Tens of thousands Kikuyu tribesmen gave Premier Jomo Kenyatta a tumultuous welcome when the former Mau Mau chief addressed a rally yesterday at K!ambu town. "SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN" HenrY Fonda â€¢ WallY Co>e Maureen O 'Hara HIT No. 2-9:30 ONLYI "YELLOW CANARY'' PlrtllrcE I AMPA' lAC I SlS. 1/9 9300 Bo>e Office Opena DAILY 11 A.M.SUN. 12:45 TONIGHT 8:15 "It not only puts you in the picture but puts you in the story as well!" McCALL'S MAGAZINE Tickets atso on sale at Sears in Tampa Clearwater-St. Poto . 1 , "'A i: O, utltUhED )II Sl. â€¢ 129 1811 DOORS OPEN 10:45 HAVE A BALL! ALSO AT FLORIDA, ST. PETE I OPEN I "A magnificent film! Re enacts for us what was one of the great his torical events of all times!" â€¢â€¢â€¢ Pari1 "An e xceptional film â€¢â€¢â€¢ unprecedented â€¢.. un ique â€¢â€¢â€¢ and important!" .â€¢. Rome "A tingling, eye-grippi ng , fantastic picture . Must rank as the screen's most massive epic!" â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ Washington Complete DINNERS 20 oz. Chateau briand for 2 $7.95 in the Morning ENJOY THE FINEST PRIME KANSAS CITY STEAKS ]lul CALF $335 e COCKTAILS AT â€¢ LUNCHES SERVED 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. Danc:ing Tonight! and Every Night to â€¢â€¢â€¢ JACK WYATT TRIO NO COVER NO MIN. "3 TO MAKE MUSIC" â€¢ Really Swlngin' from Coast to Coast â€¢ Novell Outbound! 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Glenn Ford â€¢ Shirley Jones Roberta Sherwood roARRYLFZANUCK'S THE. , IT'S OUR 2nd BIRTHDAY! â€¢ â€¢ The premier, who recently promised a permanent place in independent Kenya for Euro pean residents, also spoke out against the so-called "black lists" o1 persons to be dealt with after independence. ANNOUNCEMENT of ltemoval of the Officeo of THOMAS M.I!DWARDS M.D. to SUITE 629 .. IIIST FEDEIIAL BUILDING 220 Madison St., Tam11e &Alt.. NOSE â€¢nd THROAT by Appointment .. HIT No, 2-9:40 ONLYI "PROUD AND PROFANE" William Holden oâ€¢borah Kerr Thelma Ritter AT 7 :15 & 10:45! "BYE BYE BIRDIE"' Janet Leigh â€¢ AnnMar9aret Dick Van Dyke DAY 1 &llttd 01t th tJy Itt AN Releu#d by IO!It C ellftJiy fe' HII.:LSBORO I ' HlLlSllORO AI liNCOLN ROAO OPENS 6:00 I'.M. "THE Joanne Woodwar d Richard Beymer PLUS "THE REVOLT OF MAMIE STOVER" in colo r Jane ftussell â€¢ Richard Egan DOUBLE FEATURE FOR THE FAMILY! LAST 3 DAYS! "FLIPPER" AT: 1 :10, 4 :35, 8 :001 "SINDBAD" AT: '2 :40, 6:05, 9:301 LAST COMPLETI: SHOW: 7:351 VILLAGE INN PANCAKE HOUSE You are cordially invited to help us celebrate our 2nd Birthday! All t,his week througlt Saturday, you will enjoy ou1â€¢ delicious Birtltday Feature â€¢â€¢â€¢ ANNIVERSARY WEEK SPECIAL Large German Pancake with Apple and Orange Suzette, plus â€¢ . all the coffee you can drink, only. IN APPRECIATION ... 97c A free bottle of heavenly Schiaparelli cologne will be given to the first 500 persons ordering our anniversary special. 2 TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! Village Inn Fried Chicken Din ners, between 6 P.M. and 9 P.M. this week only. PANCAKE HOUSE 215 N. DALE MABRY, TAMPA I ,..
M onda y, September 16 , 1 963 16A T H E TAMPA TIMES 1 Tampa U. Fresh. men Register ' University of Ta mpa fresh men will be register i n g today at McKay Auditorium fro m 1 , to 5 p.m. with evening div i sio n freshmen to register at the Dome Theater from 6 to 10 p.m. University of.fi.clals expect a freshman class of about 600 and an over-all increase of 10 0 full time students a m on g an ex pected student body of 1,400. Nearly 1,000 of these will be from out of state. Registration of freshmen and new transfer students will con tinue Wed nesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration. of sopho mores and evening students will be held Thursday from noon to 8 p.m. Juniors and seniors will register FridaYClasses. will begin Sept. 23. Placement tests for regular freshmen will follow separate convocations for freshmen and men and women students Tues-day. Other activities this week in clude a soft drin k party Tues day at 3 p.m. for freshmen and the all-camp u s sing at 9 p.m. The Panhellenic Council will honor f r e s h m e n women at 3 p.m. Capping activities Friday will be the back-to-school dance at 8 p.m. Freshmen will partlci pate in a march, the Pajama Pa rade, at 7 p.m. Saturday from downtown to Phillips Field for the Spartans' first football game of the seaso n at 8:15 p.m. The Delta Zeta script dance ' will fol low at 10:30 p.m. Sunday will be devoted to open houses of religious group centers on campus. Tampan Killed I n Highway A ccident Frank Sierra Jr., 29, of 3321 Conrad St., Tampa, died yes terday when his tractor-trailer broke loose and the tractor went over the side of a road near Pendleton, Ore., and burned. Oregon state police said Sierra was pulled from the w r eckage before it burned, but had been fatally injured. A passenger, Gene Douglas Morriss, 25, of Ocala, p ulled Sierra from the tractor. Morriss was not seriousl y injured. The vehicle was traveling west on U.S. Hwy. 30 when it went out of control on a long down grade from the Blue Mountains eight miles east of Pendleton. The tractor-trailer was regis tered to the Eliot Alvarez Ex press Co., Ocala, and was haul ing fresh grapefruit. Sierra is survived by h is mother, Mrs. Frank Sierra Sr., and a year-old son, Frank Sierra III, and five sisters, Mrs. Violeta Estenez, Mrs. Margaret Ortega, Mrs. Hilda Avila, Mrs. Dahlia Dieguez and Miss Sybia Chanez, all of Tampa. Kiwa nians To Hear T alk o n Bon d Issu e A discussion of the bond issue for capital outlay at institutions of higher education that will be on the Nov . 5 ballot will be given at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Tampa Kiwanis Club Wednesday at the Tampa Terrace Hotel. Raleigh W. Greene, chairman of the Florida Council of 100, will be the speaker at the 12:15 meeting, C hiropract or Honored Dr. Herman 0 . Ulrich of 111 N. Boulevard has been elected a trustee of Lincoln Chiropractic Colle ge in Indianapolis . At the Centers MONDAY AND TUESDAY Gary Center-Teen game nlght, 7 lifting, 3 p.m.i CJearfield Center-Beginners' square dance class, 8 p.m. Tuesday-Adult a.m.; ladies' physical fit-North Tampa Community ClubPhysically handicapped club, 7 p.m. Tuuday-Adult crafts, 10 a.m.; adult china painting, 1 p . m.; boys and girls physical fitness 02 and up). 3:30 p .m. Ponce DeLeon Center-Teen night, 7 p.m.; weight lifting, 7 p .m. Hunt Center-Teen night, 7 p.m. u e s d a y -Adult peasant painting, 8 a.m. DeSoto Center-Pre-teen party, 7 p.m. North Boulevard' Community Center -BaJlet class (teens and pre-teens>, 5:30 p.m.; baton twlrling (teens and PCf:Ss freshen), 7:30 p.m.; beginnersâ€¢ square dance class, 8 p.m. TuesdayP.hysical fitness. 9 a . m.; beginners' millinery, 9 a.m.; contract bridge, 10 a.m.; mosaic tile, !0 a.m.; cake decorating class, JO a.m.; adult flower designing, lO a.m.: teen time theater, 4:30 p.m. Seminole Heights Community Center -Women's physical itness, 5:30 p.m.; judo, beginners (6-50), 6 p.m.; ad vanced, 7 p.m.; men and boys 04 and Club, 9 a.m.; crafts, 9 a.m.; men' s chorus, 1:15 p.m.; clrcus (11-19), 3:30 p.m.; homework help (6), 3:30 p.m.; accordion lessons <6 and up), 4 p.m. Anderson Center-Adult dance, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Spanish class, 9:30 a.m.; teen open house, 3 p.m. Grant Park Community CenterAdult activities night, 7 p.m. Tuesday -Girls 4:30 p.m. Interbay Community center-Judo, beginners 5 p.rn.; 6 p.m.; new beginners' square danee classes-John James. instructor, 8 p.m. TuesdayWomen's physical fitness (be ginners and intermediates), 8:30 a .m.; adult 9:30 a.m. ; beginners' bridge lessons and refresher course, 10 a.m.; party bridge, 12:30 p .m.; Robles Park Village Aud1WrlumPre-teen party, 7 p.m. Center Tuesday-open house, 3 p.m. ... 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