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University Of South Florida Campus Edition Women•s Clut; NDEA Bridge Benefit Friday. Jan. 31 SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 304 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS MOST OF THE picnic area of USF's riverfront property will be out of order for the next few weeks as heavy rains last month caused the Hillsborough River to overflow its banks. Students have added that parking has now become a problem due to soggy ground.-(USF Photo) Orientation Activities Set For Tri-1 AC Sing Jan. 29 The Catacombs, folksing spon sored by Ar g os Center, will re llume Wednesday, Jan. 29, from 11: 30 to 10:45 p.m. in the game room. Local talent will be fea tured and all students are in vited to attend. • • I THE ORCHESTRA San Peitro of Naples takes a bow during a concert last week in the TA. The Orchestra is currently touring the U.S. and Canada.-(USF Photo) I ' Disagrees With Parliamentarian Davidson Calls Money Eligible for Presidency USFGets Bickering r


.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... : .. .. . THE TAMPA Tll\lES, 1\-londay, January 27, 1964 Edition Editorial Page A Job Well D one? A very officious-looking docu ment was delivered to the Campus Edition offices last week. After we had read it a few times we found it was from the SA rules committee. In essence, it said that. a majority of the members agreed Charlie Money was eligible to run for SA president. We congratulate the committee for deciding this crucial matter, the day after SA president Roscoe Davidson had declared Money eligi ble. In fact, we should also con gratulate this committee for the tjme and trouble they spent to in sure a valid interpretation of the SA constitution. They consulted the Registrar's Office on the meaning of the word completed; they submitted the prob lem to an impartial board from an other college; they listened to their parliamentary authority, Max Hud son. And then they promptly dis regarded all of this advice to de clare Money eligible. Their decision would not be objectionable if not for certain dubi ous pr-actices. We would question the ethics of vice president Myrle Grate Vl(hen he appointed Money's roommate to the rules committee the night before a crucial vote. And thoug)l . the rules commit tee bickered for two weeks about Money, they seemed to have no trouble deciding that Bob Blunt was ineligible to run for vice presi dent. They said Blunt did not have the necessary amount of hours for vice president. But there are no specific qualifications for vice presi dent. Mr. Money had every right as a possible candidate to ask the rules committee for their interpretation of the constitution. But the com mittee shirked their responsibility to come up with a quick and honest answer. They had to put on a politi cal show, but no one was impressed. Once again we congratulate the committee in their effort to show students how dedicated the student association is. Free Life May Be Lost in Succession Of 'Bits and Fragments' By DIANE SMITH of the Campus Staff A book called The Ugly American was published several years ago and caused some consternation among diplomats and the usually complacent man in the street. One sentence in the epilogue was gen erally overlooked, but that sentence could be a combined prophecy and epitaph for this country. IT STATED, "a nation may lose its power and integrity slowly, in minute particles • •• our free life may well be lost in a succession of bits and fragments." Burdick and Lederer were speaking of 11 ser,ies of damaging incidents ' in the mythical country of Sarkhan, but the name could be changed to rea(i Laos, Panama, Korea or Zanzibar . It would be unperceptive, perhaps dangerous, to call the Panama Canal a fragment or a missile tracking station or Zanzibar a minute particle. Although they are small when one considers land mass, they are very large political bits of a shaky whole. These bits are breaking away 011e by one. some under coercion, some for rea sons that seem fuzzy to the rest ol . the world, and others because of the taste T R I M E s T E R T R A u M A American representatives have left in the mouths of their people. THERE IS A strong and overworked • tendency to cry "communist" when an other part of the world comes to a cross roads and ' decides to try a direction to the right or left of the approved middle path. However, not all the revolutionists have big beards, sinister machine guns, and party cards, Some have only a marked dislike for Americans and a de sire to choose their own road, even though it may not be provided with cen tral heating. It is significant that Peace Corps workers were not asked to leave the country during the recent Panamanian crises. It seems to indicate that smaller countries are not opposed to American help, but to some Americans . THE APPARENT flaunting of comparative wealth, an aversion to the man ners, customs, and language of host coun-. tiles and a certain naive ignorance of protocol are foremost on the list of of fenses attributed to overseas government employees. It is obvious that these insults to undecided peoples cannot continue. If they do there is a glaring chance that America will be burled, and will be lending a hand with the shovel. B Y . D A v I s (Editor's note: USF student Stephen Davis this week inaugur. ates a new cartoon series for the Campus Edition, Trimester Trauma. Davis will be portraying humerous happenings on campus in the weeks to come. The Campus Edition A special edition of The Tampa pub Iished weekly by journalism students of the Uni versity of South Florida. Member, Associated Collegiate Press EDITOR .......••..•••••••..••••••••.•..... Michael Foerster Feature Editor ••••••••••••.•.•• , •. , •.••••••.... Jackie Montes Cartoonist .•••••• , ••••••••••••••.••••.•••••••.. Stephen Davis Advisor ..•••••••••••..................••••. A. T. Scroggins STAFF WRITERS Diane Bass Betty Linton Oneta Wakeford Phyllis Tarr Diana Bytber Joseph Loudermilk Sue Stuart Larry Vickers Jr. Greta Dixon Laura Mandell Lee Russell Pat Costianes Norma Harper Howard Marsee Leona Ehlert Phillip Lucu Robert Keehn Cliff Price Sam Nuccio Richard Oppel Sandra Kirschner Robert Sanchez Kathleen Manetta Jackie Montes Dorothy Laker Louisa Tietz Patricia Pulkrabek Diane Smith Deadline for copy is 1 p.m. Wednesday for the followi n g Monday edition. Offfees are located in the University Center, Room 222, Extension 619. ' l l SPORTS ACTIVITIES Spectacular Offers Big Bicycle Event By CLIFF PRICE push is on to help further the Cam pu s S p orts Writer I intramurals program. "Some Its stature rising in leaps and have a misconception bounds, this year's Spring Specof our program, we tacuJar promises to be the best hke to have yet. One of the most important who Is take part m facets of the fun-filled weekend our pro grams he said. . . . "It ls not necessary for one be the mtramurals actJV-to be a skilled athlete to par-JtJes. . . ticipate, nor d oes o n e necesThe mam attract10n for sports sarily have to be a member of enthusiasts will of course be the a fraternity or sorority. We con big bicycle race .. The bike race slder It part of one's social eduIast year was a b1g success a n d cation to take part in these pro it should be even better this grams and very shortly we may year. be going into coeducational ac-There will be a big mileage intivities in intramurals." Sounds crease in the distance, possibly like a sneaky but effective double the distance pedaled last strategy to get more people out. year, and Dr. Gil Hertz, coor* * * dinator of the Spring SpectacuOsborne also pointed out that Jar, advises intended partie!he and the other members of pants to get ou t and start prac-the physical education depart tieing now. Since there may not ment would be glad to help be enough bikes to go arou nd dorm floors get their I ntramural it may be wise to bring your plans organized. Osborne added own bicycle for practicing. Practhat, Mr. King in the residence tice runs may be made in Lot hall works very closely with us . in trying t o establish a good 10 o.n the side of the Huresidence hall program and the mamties dmg. . purchase of team jerseys or Anyone 1nte.rested in other uniforms may be worked on the committee for the. bike out through us.'' race should stop by the mtraThere will be an officials' murals office. Tiny Geiger and meeting evel'y Wednesday in Nancy Deuker are. co-chairmen UC221 during sixth period. Of Deuker are of the ficials for the forthcoming bas of the executive committee for ketball season w!ll be supplied the race.. . . . through each participating orThere IS also the poss1b11Ity of ganization. However, good oa Skateboard race during the cials are a rare commodity so weekend. Details will be forth-a welcome is extended to any coming on this. student who has a background • • * and knows the sport desiring to Osborne announced that a officiate basketball. UC Movies, Bridge Highlight Activities By BETTY LINTON The price includes tickets to all of the Campus Staff remaining movies -From the Recreation and entertainment Terrace, Can-Can, The Diary of will be htgbligbte(l in the future Anne. Frank, From Here to events sponsored by the U Etemtty, The World of Suzie committees. Wong, Boy an.d Easy Go. . . No admission w11l be charged No admission is bemg charged at the Stereo Dance, sponsored and prizes .will be In by the dance committee Sat. recreation comm1ttee s duFeb. 1. Time Is 9 to 12 p.m. plicate bridge club that meets and dress is school clothes. every Monday 6:30 to 10 p.m. * * * in the Gallery Lounge. All persons interested in plan Students ancf faculty can still nlng a concert, sponsored by the sign up for bridge lessons for program councU and featuring 25 cents. The lessons a1e given Si Zentner who will be on cam by Mrs. Judy Walton on Wednes-pus Feb. 16, should contact days at 4:40 p.m., Gallery Larry Hilker or sign up at the Lounge. UC desk. USF is participating for the * • * first time in The deadllne for down pay bridge. The UC will hold three ment of $25 on the sprJng Nas sessions on Wednesdays, Jan. sau cruise on the SS Bahama 29, Feb. 5 and Feb. 12, Crom Star has been extended until 7 to 10 p.m. The first two sea Feb. 20. O n the cruise, which (';fans will serve as an ellmina leaves Apr il 2 0 and returns tlon for the final session. SpanApril 24, the price of $59 covers sored by the recreation commit the meals, lodging, and enter tee. the tournament is open ta!nment. only to students. • • • • • • Arnold Palmer and Jack NickThis week, the movie commit laus can be seen in a charity tee offers From the Terrace, exhibition game at the Palma with Paul Newman and Joanne Ceia Golf and Country Club at Woodward in FH 101 Friday at 2 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21. Tick 6:30 and S:30 p.m. and Sunday ets at the gate will be $7.50 at 5 and 8 p.m. Admission is but are now $5 at the UC desk . 25 cents. All proceeds wlll go to Easter • * • Seals to help finance a function Center Cinema Club tickets al home rehabilitation center in may now be purchased for $1. Hillsborough County. OrCJanizCition New s Barbenders Prepare Team Competition BY PAT COSTIANES of the Campus S taff donated by local merchants, will be awarded to the individual i1. possession of the h,tcky ticket Bruce Gardner is the new stub number. Mrs. Murphy Os president of SCC; other o!flcers borne has been the chairman of are Steve Nail, vice president; this portion of the program. Federal Report Doesn 't Stop Smoking, At Least Not At Coffee Shop But Then Smoking Hasn1t Stopped Any w here Else At USF, E ither Bernadette Trottier, secretary; * • • "#i and Jim MigroniJle, business USF's W e s l e y Foundation r manager. elected officers for 1964 last The University or South Florweek . They arc Frank Johnson. ida Women's Club will sponsor president; Wayne Standifer, vlce a Benefit Bridge on Friday, Jau. president; t\nn Whittington, . 31, on the university campus. secretary; Nancy Marks, treasi The evening will begin at 7:30 urer; and Marilyn Moore, rell p,m. in Argos Center wlth a gious council representative. dessert and coffee. During the The Wesleyans invite students dessert a number of door prizes, of the university to participate Ar t Galleries Feature Two S taff Shows in a group study based on the book, Honest to God by A. T. -====::.:::..::::::::;;.:.=_:.:::.....::__-=================:;:;.,;.;.;....;..===.;.;;..;;.= Robinson. The group will meet for an hour eacb Thursday at 6:411 p.m. in UC 221 for the next five weeks. ... ... * D1. Albert Gessman: associate professor of classics-linguistics. One man shows by two facwill present the second lecture ulty members are featured this Jn the Meet Judaism series dur month in USF art galleries. ing free hour Wednesday in UC Paintings by Wright Christian, 200. The lecture, An Outline of associate professor of education, the History, will be repeater! are featured in the Theatre Feb. 11 at 7:011 p . m. in the same Gallery . J"oom. The series of talks ib Known !or the vivid color of sponsored by the Jewish Stuhis work, Christian has exhib dent Union and is open to all ited botl1 regionally and na students and staff members. tiona lly. * • * He presented a one-man show The Grand Prlx of USF will at the University of Alabama, be held Sunday by the USF and took top awards from the Sports Car Club. Registration Birmingham Art .Association for the event wlll begin at and lbe Alabama State Fair. noon, the first run at 1 p.m. The Exhibiting in the Teaching event is open to the and Gallery of the Humanities bulldhalf of the profit Will be ing is sculptor Ernest Cox, who donated to the USF Education works rimarily in metals. Fund. Registration is $.711 for P . members of the Sports Car Cox, USF art mstructor who Club; $l for students and staff; last year won second at and $2 for all others. Further the Florida State Fair, Is showinformation can be obtained at ing abstract sculptures !ashthe sec meeting tomorrow dur ioned from steel, concrete and ing free hour ln uc 202. fiberglass. • • * Both galleries are open week Persons interested in joininl! days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The the USF Golf Club should meet exbibit5 will run througb J 211. ln UC 203 during free hour 30. Thursday. Sched,ule of Events, Bullet ins M:onday, Januarr 21, lfl64 1:25 p.m.-American Idea Forum TAT 2:30 Accountlnt UC 215 5:30 Dinner uc 167 6:30 p.m.-C srfdlle Club VC 108 Tuetday, Ja.nuary 2$1, tOOl 12: 20 p.m.-American Forum TAT 1:25 p.m.-Sports Car Club UC 202 UC Publle Relations Comm UC Dance Comm C.F.S, Christian Fellow,hlp 214 216 223 226 213 & Talent 2051 UC Penonnel Comm 2I4 lecture ln the "Meet Judal1m" series, UC Special Events Comm 215 "An OuUine o the History," at l :25 Council 216 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1n UC 200 . Photo Club 223 The lecture will b& repeated at 7: OS Social Cootdlnatlng p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, ln UC 200 . Councll 226 The series, oponwored by the Jewish UC Recreation Comm 213 Student Union, Ia open to all 6:45 p.m.-Wealey Foundation UC 221 and starr. 7:00 p.m.-Woman's 'f't•aternal Application for Derreet-The last day Society Rush to apply in the Registrar's Office for TrlSlS UC 264 detree to be awarded at the end of Fla 108 Trimester II is Monday, Feb. 3. EarlY Paldeia 103 application Is encouraged. Delphia 167 at 12 noon Thursday, Jan. 30, In Artos UC Movie Comm U<; Public Realtions Da11ce Club Jazz Lab Band 4:40 p.m.-Judo Club 5:00 p.m.-81&'61 471 F'H!OZ uc 47 uc 204 Friday, Januar7 31, 11161 dining room 139. The followlnt per 4 :40 p.m.-Judo Club son s may be contacted for reserva 7:00 p.m. Women's Fraternal tlons: D. S. Wakefield, P . c. Maybury, Society Rush H. G. Stelznel', S. B. Smith, J. 0. Kri a:3o will 5:30 p.m. Kappa Iota Omcta Dinner Verdandl 6:00 p . m.-TI'ISIS 6:30 p.m.-De. Jphi p.m. Kappa lota Omeca Fidel Paldela Tala• 8:00 Zlta Phi El uc 168 215 uc 202 uc 221 uc 226 200 103 204. uc 223 213 205 Wedneaday, Januarr 20. I961 1:25 p.m.-Jewish Student Union UC 200 UC Hospitality Comm 202 Buslne11 Ad. Club 203 Literary Society 204 UC Arts & Exhibits Comm 214 Christian Science Ol'i OCCic1als Club 221 Math Club 213 Jazz Lab Band FH 102 4:40 p.m.-Judo Club UC 47 6 :00 p .m.-cu Pro11ram Council uc 2J4 7 :00 J>.m.-Fenclnc Club UC 47 7:30 p.m.-Jewish Union UC 200 ThurodllY• January 30, 1:25 p.m.-Tennis Club uc 204 Terract-" FH 101 Kalelda1cope The Unlver 9:30 p.m.Second Showing FH 101 slty's month!?{ television feature 7:30 7:00 p.m.-Women's Fraternal shown Sunday, Jan. 26, at 1 p.m., and Society Rush w111 feature the Dlvlalon of Educational Same as Thursday Resources, supportins the inst.ructlonal 9:00 p.m.-UC Steli!o Pance UC 248 or the unlverst,g. 6:00 2 ' 1964 Fellowohlp UC 215 pro/.rams on fine arts at tile University uc 226 rv ••Fro m the Terrace" FH 101 26. Sunday's program wlll deal with 8 :00 p . m.-Second Showln&' FH 101 the selection, production and •taJinC of Bulletins Sunday N.Y. Tim .. Avallable-Staff wishing to reserve a copy of the Sun day edlllon ot lhe New York Times s hould contact Mr•. Shirley Kendrick (ext. 631) In the University Bookstore. The cost of the Sunday edition of the Times Is 60 cents. Special Showing of "Gold Rush" There will be a special showing of Charlie Chaplin's "Gold Rush" accom. 30, from 8 to 10 1•.m. ln FH 102. ... a play ln the Theater, with Noel Cow ard's "Blithe Spirit" used as the play of illustration. Summer Prorram for Children FacUlty and starr members Interested In promoting action on atartlng a sum mer recreation prorram on campuo for chlldren from 6 to 15, pleaae Indicate •• Since elaene meeting on Monday evenlnu will mlu the equivalent of one week's ln!tructlon due to the Gasparllla holiday

Tl 'BULLS' ON RAMPAGE Sto:ck Prices Hit Record Highs . By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK , Jan, 27 (JP) Stock sp1its and increased dividends are fodder for bulls. Recent weeks have seen a rush of these forms of corporate ac Uvlty. Mixed in with repurts of ris ing profits and predictions of an improving business climate, they have done much to incite the bulls to push stock prices on average to record highs. Tradition has it that stocks are split when growth prospects are brightest and that the new issues will rise in price. This doesn't always happen, but it does often enough to make the average stockholder look on a stock split as a gift from the gods rather than a bookkeeping readjustment of the percentage of assets expressed in each share. SPLITS AS often as not are preceded by rumors and tips that send stock prices up. If the board of directors' action is delayed or if it isn't as generous as the buyers anticipated, a price drop follows. Usually, IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 16 Corporations Obtain Charters however, the public moves in when the split is announced and prices rise, often abetted by a dividend increase accompanying the split. In 1963 there were 83 issues listed on the New York Stock Exchange and the American Stock Exchange that split their stocks or paid a stock dividend o f 20 per cent or more (that is, an extra share for each five held, or four held, or whatever paid in lieu of cash.l At least seven other issues traded either on the Midwest or Canadian stock exchanges also were split. Many other traded over the counter also were in the swim. SO F'AR this monU1 there has been a rush of new splits or announcements o f splits to be voted upon by stockholders. They include some big names: Sixteen corporations f 0 r Dr. A. L. Stathis; IBM, A. T . & T., CBS, RCA, profit involving Hillsborough III, loOl'h 8 Royal Dutch County residents were apTres Amer!cae Tradin.r, Inc. 1004 bott Laboratones, Campbell d b S f St t Tampa Theatre Building, Tampa. Soup prove Y ecretary 0 a e Auth. stock: 320 shares or com at $100 Tom Adams for the period ahare. Deallng tn: Aircraft or fly. Directors also have been busy Jan. 8 to Jan. 14. in recent days voting increases Also approved were two nonin dividend payments. This profit corporations two corporgaret E. Deaton. Tampa. Filed by: comes on top of a rush in De-' Margant E. Deaton, Tampa Theatre b h h d 1 ate name changes and two Building, Tampa. cern er t at pus e cas 1 pay-amendments. c & c Drywall corp .• 601 First ments to a record $3 billion. Domestte Corporations Year-end extras sent the total For par value. In: Constluctlon. Trawler Management. Inc .. P.o . Box Jnrorporators: William Victor Gtu soaring, particularly the one by 2111, Tampa. Autb. stock: 100 shares n>an, lletty Jane Weaver. Elaine General Motors, enjoying a rec-of com. of no par value. Dealln.r in: Marlchal, all Tampa. Flied by: WU .. Stevedoring, etc. Incorporators: L, !lam Vtcto1 Gruman, 605 First Naord earnings this year. Jommg Robert Frank, Ralph c. ))ell, tlona1 Bank Buildin&, Tampa. in were the oil, chemical and D. Nores, all Tampa. Filed by L. Associated Federal Coast Pilots o Robert Frank. P.o. Box 2111. Tampa. Florida Inc p 0 Box 2785 'lampa maclnnery mdustr1es along with Bancsharea Inc 715 E Bmi ' • ' ' St Tampa Aulh 100 sharea Auth. stock: 100 shares o com. at $10 some railroads and Iinancial in-or''com. at .$5 per 'share. • Dealing In: ra: stitutions land waters .. Incorporators: .J. R. Hol: Theodore A. Davis Jr .• Tampa; land, Tampa, B. c. Muszynski, Orlando, FOR THE YEAR the cash div-John w Bryan Tampa Filed by M. J. Blancq, Tampa. Filed by Ber John w: Bryan.' Wallace' s. nard C. Muszynski, P .o. Box 940, idcnd total was a record $16.2 Tampa Orlando. bill' 'lH f ' ... . Metropolltan Pharmacy, Inc., 2102 E. IOU, up 7<' per cent rom YC&T Inc .. 3606 ... orriSon Ave., Broadway Ave Tampa Auth stock 1962 Shareholders are drea Tampa. Authorized st.ock: lOO 250 shares of ;;om. at S100 er share: . . . mot com. at $10 per share. De a una Jn Dealln" In Drug store Inmg that January IS setting a Flshln.r and shrlmpln& bu•lneSf. In •t . p c 1 • corporators: Milton L. Todd, Joagutn corpora ors. James ap tano Sr., pattern for 1964 payments that Canas Jr Yvonne Canas all Tampa Frank S. Ferreri , James P. Capitano 6 Filed by:'' John P. corcoran Jr .• P.o: Jr .. all Tampa. Flied by: A. c. Mar will top 19 3. Box 1949 Tampa tlno. Columbia Bank Building, Tampa. H&H Masonry Inc 6014 N Hale Boulevard Properties, Inc. , 3843 Ken. These at•e the dollar and Ave., Tampa. Auth. stock: 100 Cents, tangible reasons the bulls o com. at $100 share. Deahng ln. Jng in Real estate and personal prop 't to j t'f th ir ti i Construction. Clyde J. erty. 'Incorj>_oralors: Doris A. Dudney, C1 e US l Y e OP m Sffi fll!! •• a.H Robert B. McGowan, Patricia A. Corand the rising stock price Gonzalez 305 J:ior"an st Tampa rales, all Tampa, Flied by: Robert B. erages. • • • McGowan, P .O. Box 1438, Tampa, Mono81'am Builders, Inc., 1515 W. Apex Loan Corporation of Tampa But old hands in the market 2823 s. MacDUI Ave., Tampa. Auth: preach caution-and careful se n.aJtnc tn: and contractors: atock: 100 shares of COIU. of n.o par Incorporators Lunda Griffith Vlr&inla value. Dealing In: Loan and fmance lection of issues. They wonder }I Grif!Jth Tom J Lancb-um aU bu1lneu. Incorporators: Louts F. Tampa FJ.ied by Tom J Landrwn Snetman, w. T. Hargreaves, Georf.e if price rises hadn't already 1001 s: MacDtu. Tampa. ' anticipated many of the stock , Royalco, !"c ., P.O. Box 1259, Tampa. Bay Creal Nursing Home, Inc., .6339 splits and the higher dividends . .Auth. stock. 1,000 ahares or com. at Sl Memorial Highway Tampa Auth per share . Deallnf In: Goods, wares etock 100 shares cir com or no par and merchandise. ncorporatora: V. A value: Dealing In: Nursing home. In Schwab, B. P. MacLauchlan. H. M. 0 0 ato Fl e c J h McFadden, all Tampa. Flied by: Jack c rp r rs: ore11c a son n11on • s Newsome p o Box 12S9 Tampa Albert Gmsburg, Fred s. Dalrer. all Crett Pharmaceuticals. Inc . . s1oz w. Tampa. Fl\ed by: Leo Stalnaker. Platt Tampa. Auth stock: 1 000 ahares 50I'h Frankhn St.. Tampa. of com. at SlOO per. share. De aline In: Rayphil, Inc., 411S E. store business. Ave .. Tampa. Auth. stock: 10<1 shares Dr. Donald H. FosteT, Dr. Wm, R . of com. at 550 per share. Dealing in: Fauat, Dr. Chester W. Mahon Jr .. all Operation o hotels. motels, etc. In eorporators: Raymond A. Zekauskas, Ten Negroes Enter School In Huntsville HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Jan. 27 (JP)-Ten Negro children enter four white schools today. Four Negro children already are at tendin& previously white schools in Huntsvllle. The school board said ln U .S. District Court last week that the 10 Negro children would be admitted for the sec on d semester of the current school year. They enter HuntsvUle High School, Butler High School, Westlawn Junior High and Madison Pike Elementary School. The school board said the Ne gro pupils would be scatte1ed throughout the various grades. Hackensack, N.J.; Felicia Garcia, Tampa; Felicia Zekauskas, Hacken s a ck, N.J . Filed by: Roland F. Cribbs, 2007 Swann Ave .. Tampa. Gulf Coast Import-Export Corp., First National Bank Bldg., Tampa. Auth. stock: 50 shares of com. of no par value. Dealing in: Domestir export lng and J mportlng business. rncorpor ators: William Vict.or Gruman, Betty Jane Weaver. NaomL Bond, all 'l'ampa. Filed by: William VIctor Gruman, First National Bank Bldg., Tampa. Corporations-Not for Profit Trustees of First Advent Christian Church or Tampa, Inc .. Tampa, Hills borough County. Filed: Jan. 13, 1964, by Robert J. Duff, Tampa Theatre Beggs, 5004 Branch Ave., both of Tampa. Progress VU!a11e Civic Councll, Inc., c/o Mr. George Loude n, 7918 Endive, Tampa. Filed Jan. 13, 1964 by Honor able Sam M. Gibbons, M.C., Tenth Florida District , Room 122, House Ot fice BuUding, Washington, D.C. Pur Randolph, 8008 Fir Drive, Hiawatha Davis, 7908 Dahla Ave.. all of Tampa. ,Amen4ments-Doi1JestleChange of Name Certificate of Amend. t.o Madnson Insurance Agency. Inc., changinc lh corporate name to: Madison Bulldlng, at SIOO per share, flied Jan. 8. 1964 by Donn Gre.lfO{y, The Florida aulld ing, Tf.mpa. T H E Y WORRY because a number of newer and untested issues seem to be attracting too much speculative interest. They recall that in the past a able business c 1 i m a t e has changed quickly and often before many were aware of it. Some are nervous because of the increased vulumc of trading accompanying markets labeled churning because of rapid ups and downs and diverse currents. They remember the bull kets of 1961, also featuring many previously unknown issues -and the long slide back in 1962 culminating in the May crash. But a few more stock splits and increased dividends and the bulls will be off again. Tax Rolls Climb In Mexico In Montgomery, Gov. George Wallace accused federal employes at Huntsville of en d4n&erllli Alabama's school sys tem. MEXJCO CITY, Jan. 27 !UPD Tighter controls have a d d e d Tampa. millions to Mexico's tax rolls Huntsville Is the site of the Marshall Space Flight Center and other facilities of the Na tional Aeronautics and Space and Treasury Mitlister Antonio Certlllcate o Amend. to Mercury Ortiz Mena says the trend will Motor Express. Inc.. mcreasmg 1ts auth. stock to: 2QO.OOO share of com. continue. at $1 per share. rued Jan. 9. 1964. by: Administration. A. Pickens Coles, Firat National Bank President Adolfo Lopez Ma-Btdg .• Tampa. te • g t b g t t Wallace said in a statement Foret.-n Corporations-os overnmen e an 1 s ax tl1at the federal employes, whom Redlsoo, 262, . Dedrive in 1961 when 700,000 perhe did not name are non-resltrOtt 32. Mich.: tncreaatcs invested caP sons were on the tax rolls. • 1lal wlthin the Slate ot Florida to . dents of Alabama, "who, with $1,648,298.93. Today, 4 millron are regis-the active support and encour-tered and the Treasury predicts agement of the federal gov-Agricultural the figure will climb to close ernment, seek to destroy the tQ 7 million this year. policies, and traditions Group Meeting That would ,be about 20 per of this state. MIAMI BEACH (JP) _ Gov. ce.nt of Mexi<:o s population. The Ruritan Meetinca Farris Bryant and Agriculture mmistry says that n u m b e r Commissioner D'oyle Conner probably will include everyone In New Orleans will address the United Fresh who should be registered. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 27 (JP) Fruit and Vegetable Associa-Rurttan National opens the tion's opening session today. 'l'HE INCREASE is due prinbusiness sessions of its three-More than 2,000 delegates are cipally to a law providing pen-day convention today. expected to attend the four-day a !ties for _failure to _register and Rep. William M. Tuck, D-Va., convention, which brings to-to tenacrousness I_n checking a Ruritan member, was schedgether representatives of every company payroll lists against uled to give the keynote address. phase of fruit and vegetable tax registration lists. The convention began with a growing and marketing. Anyone who doesn't register vesper service last night. This year's program includes faces a fine of up to 10,000 Rurltan is an organization of seminars in new growing, pack-pesos ($800). False registration about 1.200 local clubs of farm aging and shipping techniques can bring six. years in prison. and rural community residents. and a special address by Air There was no penalty before Harold B. Singleton, Lynchburg, Force specialists on "Food in 1961. Va., attorney, is president. Space." The drive has brought a stead-ADVERTISEMENT ily increasing national budget. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain This year the government ex pects to increase spending by almost 14 per cent. INCOME TAXES are expected to bring in a fifth more revenue than last year. No increase is planned in tax rates. Mexicans are pressing for a deduction system like that in the United States. New York, N. Y. (Special)-mentsas"Pileshaveceasedtobe For the first time sctenee has a problem!" And among these :found a new heallng substance sufferers were a very wide vawith the ability to riety of hemorrhoid conditions, In Mexico, income taxes are •hrink hemorrhoids, stop iteh some of 10 to 20 years' standing. paid on gross income, without ing, and relieve pain -without All this, without the use of deductions. A married man with aurreey. narcotics, anes_thetics or five children and a bachelor In one hemorrhoid ease after gents of any kmd. The secret 1a with no dependents pay t h e another,"very atriking improvea new healinr substance ( Blo. ment" was reported and veriDyneS)the discovery of a same amount if their earnings fled by a doctor's observations. world-famous research institu-are the same. Pain was relieved promptly. tion. Already, Bio-Dyne is in A system allowing deductions And, while rently Telieving wide use for healing injured seems at least three or four pain, actual reduction or re-tissue on all parts of the body. years away. traction (shrinking) took place. Thia new healing And moat amazing of all is offered in suppositortl or oint-this improvement was mainment form called Preparation SAYS TREASURY Minister tah:ted in cases where a doctor's HS. Ask for individually !lealed Ortiz Mena: obaervations were continued convenient Preparation H "We must concern ourselves over a period of many months 1 positories or Prepaution H fi t ith g ttl th t In :fact, results were so thor-Ointment with special appli-rs w e ng on e ax eugh that sufferers were able cator. Preparation H is sold at rolls all those who should be on to make such state-all drug coupters. them. Then we can consider al_________ .;.. _______________ terin' the system." DO THEY? ••• two University of Tampa co-eds, who smoke cigars as an economical study aid accept a light from Ybor City Alcalde Marcelo Maseda. Holding their slim, tipped cigars gingerly are, Judy Boston of Dallas, Tex., left, and Mickey Hunt of Boonton, N.J. THE TAMPA TIMES, 1\fonda:r, January 27, 1964 15 Cigar Smoking Helps Tampa Coeds Study By OSCAR AGUAYO Times Staff Writer Judy Boston and M i c k e y Hunt, University of Tampa co-eds, got their first taste of cigars when another coed offered them a puff at a party. "She a,sked us to taste," said Judy, a IDallas, Tex., gal. "We did and we walked away with the cigar," concluded Mickey, another campus beauty from Boonton, N.J., near Hack ensack. can't afford several packs of cigarettes," added Mickey. "GIRLS in the dormitory have gotten where they don't comment. They just come in and look at us," said Judy. At first, other coeds would enter the girls' room "wlth open mouth and wide eyes," said Mickey. Mickey is sold on the cigars !or aiding study. "Cigarettes arc a n n o y i n g. They burn too fast, and they're distracting," she said. Since then, . the have Judy addt

16 THE TAMPA TIMES, D F k M*ll ..... " " "" ALS.I HONOLULU, Jan. 27 (JP)-U.S. Geological Survey scien By ROBERT PETERSON it when I told my doctors I'd at 4:30 and go home, get into kid in Chicago I was fascinated tists at the Volcano Observa SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. follow their instructions hence-my sleep coat and crawl into by the theater. I've seen every tory, Hawaii Island, are as hapo •.,, .,•(J oo -.,. 4 ,.,• "• Everyone in this fog-kissed city forth down to the smallest de bed for a full hour of sleep. major musical and play written py as children in a toyshop with o ., ., o o a o o "... tail their new backyard "laboratory" ., .;: ':..'". • .. knows Louis R. Lurie, 75 . He's This rest late in the day seems in the past 60 years in America. -a 50-foot-deep lava lake. "o i :." "0•.," the rags-to-riches lad said to "THEY INSISTED that I to spark new streams of ener-And I've booked the best of them The lake, formed Aug. 22-23 • 0o 0 o :' """ own more downtown real estate learn to relax and take things gy for it makes me good for a into the two legitimate theaters LIFE BEGINS AT 40 Heart Attack Paved Way to Long Life when a million cubic yards of 14., here than any other individual. less seriously. They modified long evening. I seldom go to I own here. 605 W. Warren Phone 229-2585 lava spewed into the floor of an He's on a first-name basis ti g d dr' king h bits bed before eleven." "But I guess my real love is 1 old pit crater near the observa:B.d. with most of the celebrities who my ea n an. m a real estate. I think it offers the 1 tory, has yielded the highest By DR. FRANK MILLER their way to a position of influ come to town and holds court And they insisted that I take WHAT ARE his chief inter-greatest possibilities for making Profits may depend on those extra temperature actually r Corded te d ft I f 1 t? "Th t d 1 t t " d t th th customers you can get with a Tribune• e W ence. Crazy might purr (ms a dailY w1th assorted guests at a nap every a ernoon. o • es . ea er an rea es a e, money an s reng enmg e Times classified ad. Phone 223-4911 to in a lava bed-1,123 degrees DEAR DR. MILLER: e of spitl after an insult, in a the same table in the same res-lowed their advice to the letter he said. "Ever since I was a economy." place your ad. U.S. scientists and volcanolo-Flubber. She haS' always been hostility. Purring in this case luncheon haunt for 47 years. muscle had repaired itself and f}anua1uJ gists from Japan have started an outside dog . She hates to would indicate fear, not con-I told him I'd heard that he I was able to return to normal • related programs which they . tentment attributed his health and longev-routines. 1 hope will tell them a little more come m the bouse and always . ity to the fact that he had a "Today I eat a little of every-GENERAL '1. L c IC about volcanoes. wants to get right out again. DEAR DR. MILLER: Would heart attack at the age of 51. thing, but I watch my weight 1 E E TR Hawaii Island is 200 miles She s , leeps under the house but you please tell me which is the "That's right," said this siland don't myself to get southeast of Honolulu, and is it's pretty drafty there and best food for my new goldfish. ver-haired grandfather who ra-a pound overweight. I walk HOME COOKING SPECIALS the site of one of the world's . t' H When I bought Goldie (that's diates an easy, amiable charm six blocks every mormng from most restless volcanoes. she IS expec mg. er pups my new fish) I bought a box of and whose trademark are his my home to my office and not ------------due nc:


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