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s " ) t !l II s I ' ' ' University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTY FIRST YEAR-No. 202 IN TALK HERE Mount Says Lack Respect Factor In Phone Strike Quartet To Open S eason UNIDENTIFIED bowler tries for a t h e M bowling tournament held at Florida L a nes l ast week. High scores at press time, with one n ight of compet i tion remaining, were (men's division) Nails, 2136; Talos I, 1809, and Enotas, 1687; (women 's d ivis i o n ) Fides 1470; Gamma II, 1386 , and physical education majors, 1365.--(Photo by Gary Ragan) Unite d Fund Drive Opens on Campus This Week TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBE R 30, 1963 PRICE FIVE CENTS UF Drive Opens The campaign for the Tampa Area United Fund opens on the USF campus Oct. 1 with Dr. Donald Rose as chairman. The goal for the campus is $4,000. Dr. Rose pointed out that this was an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to return to the community some oi the ben efits USF has received . "i.e/' Deadline "We a11 dream of the big jackpot ; many times it has to keep us for years to come.'' Baynard Kendrick, columnist for Tampa Tribune and a noted short story writer, participated in the discussion when he point ed o u t that many times the re jected works of an author are in essence good works but they are not with the popular clicbes or are in a sense too perfectly written. The deadline for submitting What is the best geographi poetry and prose for the upcal location for a writer to re coming issue of i.e., the USF side? New York City is logically literary magazine, is Friday, the place where one will find Oct . 11. Manuscripts may be the mos t editors. and hence for left in tlle special basket pro the non-fiction writer this would vided in Dr. Scroggins' oC!i.ce, prove most valuable. On the UC224, or may be mailed v 1 a other hand, Glendinning pointed campus mail to UC Box 2551. out that, for the fiction writer They also may be turned in to residence would not make a dis members of the editorial staff. tinctive difference. Rush Week Is Hectic For Campus Pledges ' 86 Hopefuls Seek Entrance to Societies AUTH O R RICHARD G l endi n ning, left, talks to another author, Baynard Ken drlck, during last week's Meet the Author session. Glendinning was the first fea tured speaker of t he fall series of prog t ams.-(USF Photo) . \ • * * Accounting majors a r e re minded that George Vas s will speak on the topic ''Manage ment Services" Thursday. V ass is a partner in the CPA firm Bogue, Campton, and Vass o[ Tampa. The meeting will be held in UC 108 at 1:25 p.m . * * * Gold Key Honor Society will meet on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in uc 264. de Ia Part e Here State Representative Loui s de l'a Parte \\ill be gues t speaker at the Student A ss o ciation Legislature meeti n g, Thursday, Oct. 3, 6:30 p.m . , in UC 47. He will speak on the university bond i ssue be fore at the Nov . 5 election.


2 THE TAMPA Til.\tES BACK TO NORMAL AGAIN ADVERTISEMENT Monday, September 3 0 , 196 3 : Weather Ah, Fall; California Cooling Off Data Rainfall for 24 hours, ending midnight ...... . For month to dale ...... . Barometer reading, '7:00 a.m ...... . T OMOR R O W . 04 3 87 Sun rises ...... . Sun sets ...... . :Moon rises .... . }'loon sets ..... . 6:23a.m. 6:16p.m. 5:36p.m. 4:19a.m. Tides at Seddon I s land: 1-Iigh .. 12:52 a.m., 12:21 p.m. . . 6:13a.m., 7:09p.m. FORECAST LOS ANGELES , Sept. 30 fA'l-llongest llcatwave on record in schools c losed early Friday. The After five days as the hottest Cali f ornia. In 1955 the I city school system, after talking spot in' the nation, southern past the 100 to the weather bureau, had a C l.f . tod 1' d . h' j mar SlX ays Ill a 1'0\1'. f t t "B a 1 orma ay s Jppe , s1g mg For most people, five was orecas o 1 s own: ack to and gasping. back into autumn. enough. 1 school." With cooler weather Yesterday it was 102 downFor Elmer E . McClelland, regular class room hours will tow n . The predicted high tOday: 62, it was one day too long. resume. 93. . . He went .sleep Saturda_y Lifeguards worked overtime By tomorrow. sa1d the foremght on the d1vmg board of hiS -caster, the mercury should rise backyard swimming pool in Se on beaches swept by the same only into the low 80s, about pulveda, a San Fernando Valley 100-degreeplus Santa Ana winds nor m al for this time of year. suburb. that sco1ed the city. Six hun-The crack in the blazing Sep:esterday mm:ning his wife, dred thousand p ersons, seeking heatwave appeared found him. dead, fl?atthe solace of the 72-degree sea, mght. Jt came as m01st sea air mg m the pool. Police theol'lzed I jamm ed the Los A n geles c . foggily across the coast that he had rolled over in his ty shoreline yesterday. r:aunny dnvmg b efore It h u ndreds of l sleep. refused to leave when da • city dwellers who had fied bakeHe wasnt' the only victim of done . Y was oven bedrooms to sleep on the the heat. "What?" asked one. "go back beaches. to that apartment? It must be T H E NATION'S WEATHER T OD A Y -AP W irephoto IN SAN D I EGO Edward L. 110 in the1e. I feel like a chicken succEssFUL AID FOR ms PSORIASIS J: full info r m:t i ion and det ails of a 14 clay tnal' p lan wri teo (.;a nom Co., Dept. 2294 ,Rockvort. ACCEPT THE TESTI:>tON'f of thou•ands of TamPa Tribune-Times Classlfted u sers. Ask anyone who's used Want Ads They'll say, " a reat tor ac• tion.'' To place your ad Phone TEMPERATU R ES :Florida High Apalachicola . . 81 West .... 88 Low Rain 63 S k . 'll b I h h t h . . bt t f l d' AC RO SS THE city, residents Windgrove. 76, of La Jolla, in au oven." 1 e s WI e c ea r t roug o u t e nation tomg exce p or some c ou m e ss sniffed the cool, marine air, went for an early morning swim a lon g the i m media te P a cific Coast and ove1 th e Rockies . It will be quite cool in sig hed happily, and rummaged yesterday at Pacific Beach to riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii...,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiOiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-._.. the eas t ern third o f th e natio n and in the Rockies w ith se asonable weather in the 1ror long-discarded bedcovers. escape the warmth. A surffar w est and a w a rmin g trend in the plains. I t was the end to the second border found him, drowned, a Jacksonville . . 83 :\'Qami Beach .. 91 Oeala ........ 87 Orlando ...... 90 Pensacola . . . . 87 sa;rasota 85 'I'allahassee . . . 80 . Tampa ....... 84 Daytona Beach 89 Fort Myers . . . 90 Gainesville . . . 84 Panama City . . 83 Sanford ...... 88 Valparaiso .... 84 Vero Beach ... 91 W. Palm Beach 93 Other Cities A l b uquerque .. 80 Atlanta ....... 77 Birmingham 77 Boston . . . . . . 60 Brownsville . . 93 Buffalo ...... 57 Charleston, S.C. 78 Chicago ...... 59 80 63 77 61 67 55 69 61 69 67 71 61 62 68 55 70 71 52 .01. .361 .01 .02 .04 . 02 .69 .11 . 03 1.43 .14 .28 .06 Deaths i n Tampa half-hour later. Thursday a man who stepped from his stalled ca1 on a freeway one of hundreds plagued with fuel pump vapor lock or DANIEL B . N E EL I Rome Baptist Chutch. Survivradiator woes and was struck Dani el B . Neel , 6 9 , of 6806 ors include her husband, Paul and killed by another auto. N . The heat made minor martyrs 1 av1n Ave .. died Saturday morn-J. Hirtner, Tampa; a daughter, of millions . ing at his home. He was a natie Mrs. Evelyn Y.' Adams. Tampa; A crowd of 39,345 Joyal fans of Jackson County and had a son , Paul W. Hirtner, U . S. turned out Saturday to watch I . d . Ta . 1942 •r Army, Fairbanks, Alaska; father. tile un 't f S tl C 1 1ve m mpa smce . 1v r. Joseph Kovach. Madison. Ohio; 1vers1 y o ou 1ern a-Neel retii'ed from the Seaboard ifornia lose a 17-12 football a sister, Mrs. Ann Guyali, Gar-game to the Oklahoma Sooners Railroad in 1960 after being rettsville. Ohio; a brother, Alex in the l17-degree Memorial Coli wiih the compan y Ior 44 years. K ovach, N. Tonawana, N.Y.; and seum. Eighty of the fans were He was a member or the two grandch ildren. t1eat-ed for heat prostration. Masonic Lodge in Montgomery BETTY DIANN HILL Uncounted thousands of stuAla. and Tampa Consistory of Betty D i ann H i 11 infant dents suffered through long Scottish Rite and Egypt Temple daughter of Mr. and Rob hours in sweltering classes. At Shrine. Survivors are his widow, ert E. Hill, died Friday afterHollywood and Van Nuys high noon i n a local hospital. Other schools last week the pupils even Vte s t a s u rvivors are four brothers tried to do something about it. t*pa; wo ByNes 1 .J eer Emory A Robert Wesley and They revolted. In both cases M o lbampa anat h . . dee htt. o Louie Hiil r ural . Tampa four principals talked the rebellious e ourne; r e e aug ers . ' ' t t b M E E S h J ks 'll . S i sters, Mrs. Barbara Staton , een-agers m o gomg ack to rs. . . aw, ac onv1 e, . class Mrs. J. D. A. H o l ley, TallahasBe n ton Harbor, M1ch.; Mrs. School BAND INSTRUMENTS TRY BEFORE YOU BUY NO OBLIGATION ALL INSTRUMENTS $2500 and up FLOWERS MUSIC CENTER 4342 s. MANHATTAN 836-5651 AVE. Cincinnati 66 Cleveland . . . . 80 Detroit ...... 60 El Paso-...... 82 Galevston . . . . 83 Indianapolis . . 62 Jackson, Miss .. 76 Kansas City . . 70 Las Vegas .... 99 Louisville . . . 60 Memphis ..... 67 Milwaukee . . . 58 New Orleans . 85 New York .... 65 Oklahoma City 70 55 54 46 66 41 64 45 33 48 43 53 67 36 49 47 69 37 47 44 60 46 45 .02 see and Mrs . F r a n ces Herrin g , D or?thy Mary Alice, and ABOUT F. Geor ge Nee ! , Panama City, her Mr. and Mrs. and Isi ae w. Nee! , S ne e d ; 15 L . E. Hl.ll, Tampa, a n d Mr. and grandchildren. a n d four greatMrs. W1ll Mayfield, Wauchula. Omaha ....... 69 .13 .28 1.77 1 . 89 grandchildren .. : M ANUE L VIRELLA APARICIO INFA N T Manuel VireHa , 56, of PetersHenry Phillip Castro Aparicio, b urg, Va., died last night at a -staff Photo in fa n t son of Mr. a n d Mrs. local hospital. A n at i v e of A SIGN O F T IMES GOES DOWN Henry Apari cio Jr. of 1002 25th Tampa, he is survived by his S upporters o f M anu e l M . Fernandez, e leet e d Ave., d i ed Sunday in a Tampa widow, Mrs. Alma Virella, Pe t o city c ouncil f rom D i s tric t 3, di dn ' t lose tim e in hospit a l. S u rvivors include his tersburgh, Va.; his mother, Mrs. g e ttin g t o the po s t el e ctio n cle . a nup J ' ob. Jesus Roc ha , parents and grandparents, Mr. Dolores Virella; a brother, Arand Mrs. Henry Aparicio of mando Virella of Tennessee, r ig h t, and F e rnando N o r i ega wer e b u sy o ver the TamP a, and Mr. and Mrs. and five sisters, Mrs. Herminia we ek end t a k i n g down c ampa ign p os t ers. Charles Phillips oi Yas u , Miss. Otero, and Mrs. Clemencia Philadelphia . . 69 Pittsburgh . . . . 72 Portland, Ore .. 75 Raleigh ...... 79 44 45 37 47 57 60 43 42 58 51 49 = 1 ARMS, MONEY. SCHOLARSHIP Virella, of Tampa, Mrs. Estela M R S. LILY B . RODRIGUEZ Kueshkerin, of California, Mrs. Mrs. Lily B. Rodri g u ez, 59, of Dolores Valdes, of New York 2211 Lindsey St., died Sunday and Mrs. Rose Perez, of Clear in a Tampa hospita l . She is s u r water. Rapid City . . . 81 Reno ......... 91 St. Louis .. _ . . 68 San Antonio . _ 86 . . . . . . 73 SIHeveport . . . 89 82 Washington . . 75 Wichita ...... 71 54 48 46 . 24 Some temperature extremes f)•om within the United States e-xcept Alaska and Hawaii. : Sunday highs of 107 at Blythe, Galif. , and 106 at Yuma, Ariz., Imperial, El Toro and Needles , all in California. Monday morning lows of 27 at Bradford, Pa., and 31 at Columbus, Ohio. Colombia Violence Blamed on Castro vived by her husband, D avid ------------Rodriguez of Tampa; two daughJ ters, Mrs. Aida Pensado of De-funera Notices catur, Ga., and Mrs. Rosa Fer-n;mdez of Sarasota; one sister, YOLANDA 111. ".TEN!'I'IE" Mrs. R osa Pena of Miami; three .. Ii'lo BOGOTA , Co l ombia, Sept. 30 D ES PITE T H E truce the brothers, B l as •.

\ j I Clearu:at e r LARRY DIMMin, INC. 603 S. FT. HARRISON AVE. PHONE 446 TnE TAl\tPA TIMES, 1\londay, September 30, 1963 FOR ORE CHOICE THERE'S 5 IN CHEVROLET • CHEVELLE • CHEVY n • CORVAIR • CORVETTE St. P e t e r sburg '64 LUXURY JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET -In a class all its own in every thing but price, the '64 Chevrolet rivals just about anything on the road today in styling, comfort and performance. 16 power teams. 7 different engines. 15 models in four series including exciting new Impala Super Sports, luxurious Impalas, hand some Bel Airs and low-cost Biscaynes. THE ALL-NEW LINE, CHEVELLE! BY CHEVROLET-It's a good . foot shorter than big cars-yet Chev elle has surprising interior room and luggage space. Line includes Malibu Super Sports, Malibu Sport Coupe, Sedan, Convert ibles, Wagons and Chevelle 300 Series. Choice of 120-hp Six, 195-hp V8 or extra-cost 155-hp Six and 220-hp V8. New size, new style, new comfort-a new experience. ALL OUT FOR THRIFT WITH NEW VS PEP! '64 CHEVY ll-Sparkling new performance with traditional Chevy II economy. Choose the extra-cost optional195-hp V8 or the new 155-hp Six, standard 120-hp Six or thrifty four-cylin der engine. Series include smart No-fa and improved Chevy II 100. All models have Body by Fisher and such easy-care features as self-adjusting brakes. EVEN EASIER TO GET AROUND IN! CORVAIR FOR '64-New beefed-up air-cooled engine is now 95 hp (nearly 19% increase!). 110-hp extra-cost highperformance ver sion and Monza Spyder with 150-hp Turbocharged engine also available. Bright new styling touches, tasteful and more com fortable inter10rs, wide range of accessories and extra-cost options for all models. NEW REFINEMENTS IN AMERICA'S ONLY TRUE SPORTS CAR, CORVETTE STING RAY-New one-piece rear window and improved interior ventilation on Sport Coupe. New smoother ride and improved sound insulation on Coupe and Convertible; Four great V8's. SEE THEM NOW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER ROSS CHEVROLET, INC. 293 9th ST. NO. PHONE 896


20 TllE TA!\JPA TIMES , Monday, September 30, 1963 Television Provides New Magic for Medicine Men LIFE BEGINS AT 40 N d f Aff . I w h A LAGOS, Nigeria (t!'l -Televi Television film is wound on preting printing stamped on th t (UPI)The ee or ectton ncreases If ge Guley of sickness was deInternal Revenue Service says , . . . . .. . . Nigeria's juju medicine men. discovered local juju doctors termined, Guley was told, b1 new computers will save taxBy ROBERT PETERSON . mg _ need for love and affectwn. get _old, pensiOns _and Soc1al SeThe vantages of Growmg Alan Guley , an Australian would purchase spools for use whetller the words "Kodak" and payers an estimated $500 milThe oilier day I heard televtTherr ?ffsprmg may live m -.dts cunty are more unportant. But Old" wnte to Robert Peterson news executive at the Niger1an in diagnosing illnesses. They .. . .. lion in refunds annually. Refund sion star 'qud Collyer address a tant Cities . Therr ma:ltal comnot many elders will agree with in care of the Tampa Times TelevisiOn Service, noticed toss a few of tlle brightly Made ill England faced up or ch_ecks totaling approximately luncheon club. Among the nugparuons and closest fnends may tllem. enclosing a stamPed selfcently his supply of plastic film colored bobbins onto tlle ground down after the spools stopped thts amount never reach the taxbe gone. They may have some addressed envelope and ten bobbins was sharply diminished . and make a diagnosis by inter-rolling. payer because tile post office gets in his splendid talk was tlle so-called friends and neighbors If you would like can't find them. observation that we should not who are reasonably kind. But ADVERTISEMENT be ashamed to express our love there's a g ood chance these are OFFICE HOURS . surface contacts which never and feelmg of brotllerhood for penetrate the veneer of courtesy others. and sociability. MEN why pay more • • • when no other headache powder can give you better or faster relief. Ask for Goody's! AT OLDY-WARING see the • set'Ies • 1n I • .RCA VICTOR NewJ1std @@[1@(I] TV More to See Than Ever Before Th& BELLAMY Mark 9 Ser i es 14G M 265 sq. in. picture UNSURPASSED NATURAL COLOR I Come in-see the World Series come alive in breathtaking color on this compact consolette. Features the glare-proof RCA High Fidelity Color Tube for unsurpassed natural color pictures. Super-powerfui''New Vista" Tuner and 24,000-volt (factory adjusted) Color Chassis provide amazing TV recep tion, even in difficult TV signal areas. Two extended-range Duo-Cone speakers add brilliant "Golden Throat" sound to your viewing pleasure. AS AS LOW $1995 .. _,,.. e THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISiON OLDT-WARING STORES 1505 S. DALE MABRY 7112 FLORIDA AVE. PH. 253-0173 PH. 239-1194 Gtft one Wonders t 1 r orks Nfan!J VV ED d tuiH 'f ,4.1\l 011, an rflE tontorr ber Ist, . oiJens 1. 1\.T ovelll atnlt "'" l' cantP "' ooo. f continue L of $L ;J ' t er arotLP o . 1 t goa . tun e "' T pa t\)tt L { a b')' a vO the (.tl'll Directe citizens, a etfec f llotO . tl'Y art . eFttnd eJficten 31 partic1 V ntted els J u . nds to cies pro . t-v chanll Tl ese ogen h J a()"encies. L enices in t e pnttng "' d ran ae of s seliiL'' We a broet L I "' fam .il'Y coun "' fieLds of t t,The'Y bring help to d Tecretttolt briahter to an r 5 a "" ubled famt te • a hope for tro . f the age • • • . morroto or . bl d care for m the sick and e ' 'better health fants and cht ren • • • . for all. rt all By giving once, you suppo . ' and only through this umted effort can this be done. D . the next 30 days, thouunng . z b sands of volunteer workers e calling. Remember, the Tampa United Fund is an to as an indir. :idaal-so gwe your Fau Share. You'll find one gift tVorks many r.ronders! Jj you have questions concerning the Tampa United F wnd, call 229-7211. Should you r.cish, your contribution can be sent • to Tmnpa United Fund, .: -509 Morgan Street. .. . . ' .. . +AUTO LITE TUNE-UP SERVICE FOR FAST STARTS ... QUICK PICK-UP AND TOP MILEAGE! We check plugs -points -condensers -distributors -generators -wiring coils voltage regulators cmd many other important parts. I $495mf. (Air Conditioned Cars Higher) WE USE ONLY ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT AUTOLITE PARTS AT ALL CITIES@ SERVICE Stations Displaying the Banner BANK is a :fuU MARINE Joviding nwn)' Serv!ce checking aud servLces utc ts business and savings Jalccoun e'state and trust oans, ]Jlaerso . travel department, p nmng, f mortgage loan (lepartment, sa e deposit l)oxesand a .conven ient off-street, fourW L n dow drive-in facility. Whatever your banking requirements, you'll find Marine Bank can help you • • • WELCOME ABOARD! I MARINE BANK & TRUST COMPANY JlOIIDA'S OlDEST TIUST COMPANY-MIMIU P.D.I.C . TAMPA, FL .. ORIDA


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