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SEVENTY-T HI R D YEA R-No. 7 9 T A M PA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1965 PRICE FIVE CENTS Engineering study Is Set; Bus Ad Big USF Expansion On the Go T A Closed A s 'Grid System' Medi c .al School Hindered DelegQtes To Meet Not Beheaded-Just Hung! Susan Tessem and David Haxton will exhibit paintings in the first Senior Honors Show at TA Gal lery this month. This imaginative if surrealistic photo is by Ted Gose.-(USF PHOTO) Seniors Display P aintings Ocean Study Site P l a n s Advancing Kay McKay , recent recipient T h of the Woodrow Wilson Award , I e has become the first USF student to be award ed a Fulbright Saga of the Golden Brah ma n / Scholarship. Long ago, in the...eons of USF at Boot Ranch, n ear Oldsmar. h i story, the students v o ted the Kelly L y ons , secretary of the ij Coopera' tton Gets II h g 1963 Plant High Golden Brahman the official FBA. said that A. D . Boy d , ownM @ graduate, will re-mascot of our institution. Then er of Boot Ranch and pres ident l'" Cl R• B k "'' h d g of FBA, is not sure what to do !;: ass I ng ac i it1 thiS majes tic beast disappeared with the USF ne g lected and forrili June, w ith a rnainto oblivion. go tten ma s cot. :f jor in French. In The few attempts made to l About a year ago, a student 1\\ By PEGGY FULLERTON to June Millar, who is in %September she connect the Brahman with the I committee contacted L y on s and h Of the Campu s Staff charge of alumnae affa i rs . ; ; ;;: will sail fro m n ame of the school have failed. the FBA . They were investi g a t Cooperation was the ;!I k for Kay McKay In 1963 , the Florida Brahman cataly s t that recovered nae' s recommendations sh e .,,, Ass oclation purchased a f e 1 t mall between the UC and t h e t l Miss Emilee M. McEver's % Under the Fulbright s he will h class ring last month. could have continued to in@ rema in at the University of covered, china statuette o f a AD. The committee had a bmn z e tj J . Wilburn Allen , At-form her alumnae associ a :j Caen fo r one year, doin g rlass Brahman Bull . They thought it statue in mind when they talked lanta, was the consciention of her changes of adif work and r e search. w ould be a nice gestu r e to give to Lyons . • dress after graduation. She • • R t tious gentleman who found had, it turned out, and lhe !jili While in France s he will work i t to USF. It now rests atop U1e Lyons a .nd other FBA officer s % the ring and notified Dr. mystery was solved . Miss toward her MA. On her return. jewelry case in the UC Book-spearheaded an action by the t1l F . H . Spain, USF registrar. McEver had moved from @ s he plans to enroll at Har vard store. FBA to help in this project. M The only information he Plant City, to Tallahassee, n to complete her graduate work They suggested a Jess expen s ive l f could offer Dr. Spain was and finally to Atlanta. @ in 17th C entury French litera-Earlier that same year Clyde fiberglass statue. The FBA ofE [ that it was a woman's 1964 Allen had requested the % ture. Keys o f St. Petersbur g, thought fered to buy the mold if USF ' 1.\ class ring with the initials address of Miss McEever :W . it would be appropriate if USF would pay for the statue, apt:; E . M.M. engraved on the in-but as it is not the policy i'\ Kay, 19, IS one o f had a live mascot. He selected proximat ely $600. The bro.nze side. The ring, he said , had of the registrar to divulge f'i the youngest recipients of a a bull from his herd and gave statue would have run in the .. ;;; stead a photo-copy of AI -'" uatmg from hi g h sc hool wh1le th' t' th t d 1 p Mrs. Rosa Elarbee, s uperlen ' s letter to Mis s McEver, .;.;.; . 1 IS a.c ton, e s u en com,,.;, . h d 10 her freshman year at co0 th I "d .11 . 1 d t b m VISOr. of t e recor s area who p romptly contacted I\ 1 n e n s l e ml ee vams Je . ' never 0 e n of the office of the regAllen and received her ; ; ;;; ege. heard from agam. istrar,. combed a list of ring. !J In . addit ion to t a kin g a c tiv e • • B la s s i ngame 5 eaks There is on. cam1.1 graduates and found the " Everyone had to do g part m v a n . ou s . student a ffat rs, p pus now showm g mterest m our l initials E.M.M. -but the their part and everyone fil Kay bas mamtamed a 3 . 95 aver-5 F mascot. The Circle K is work1_ address read "Plant City , did," said Merle Slater, fJ age while at USF. • • • portS eatureS ing on a project to get a live ; F lori da. " assistant registrar a n d diW She i s the daughter of Dr. N B . f bull on campus. This summer . j M r s. Elarbee then turned rector of reco r ds. @ Maxine McKay, a s si s tan t pro• • • eWS r1e S they plan to have a place to fess or in h urn ani ties at us F. keep the bull. Beauty Meets Brahman Rena Ant i nori, UC administrative assistant, (the girl behi nd the b ull) poses with the USF mascot. P er h aps the committee .that c h ose the b r a hman as a mascot overlooke d t h e obvious merits of Miss A ntinori.-(USF Photo) J . ,


THE TAMPA TIMES, 1\londay, May 10, 1965 Why Not Have Unity? We hate to get in the position of Reber is supporting the representa being the one to say in the midst tion clause while Blunt seems to of an argument, "Now let's all get have mellowed on the committeetogether ... " But really the con-if the senate is an all faculty one. stit!ltiOn battle has gotten to just And Blunt has criticized us for about that point. reporting a division of opinion be The last hearing on the constitutween him and Reber and as "not tion got just a little ridicul6us. SA being food for the SA." President John Reber and Sen . Bob We agree . Let's not have any Blunt argued a good cause but more division of opinion in the SA. didn't do too good a job defending Better yet, why don't SA officials themselves . sit down and figure out what they They both agree on wanting stuwant and why? Are they going to dent representation in the senate aid the American Association of and both agree on the number University Professors in their fight five. But after that things get a bit for an all faculty senate? Or are :foggy. In the beginning , Blunt was they going to hold the line on five opposed to the committee concept student senators? and Reber was pushing it. Now "Now let's all get together ... " Book Review Ambler1s 1 Anger' Non-Violent Review of the book "A Kind of Anger" by Eric Ambler. 6-3, 6-3; Herb Yohner f light summer at-room 272 of the Life Sc i ences emergency that can't wait. If School. t d t th t h st d t math courses. e n ance a a our. u en s Building. His topic will be the emergency can wait until ld 1 d d "Flora of the Sonoran Desert." morning , the RI w ill make sure Job Interviews Any student who wishes to wou be we come to atten Dr. Wigg i ns was that the student receives the apply may leave his name, adscheduled .for other president of the American Somess age and the necessary 6 165 Burrough ' s Corp. -dress and recommendation from groups l f space permit s . ciety of Plant Taxonomists and phone number. The person is Salesman . Business administraa math professor in AD 172. Interested persons may call is co-author of the two-volume alwa y s con t acted , Dean Fisher tion. Those who have already regthe Planetarium for time of " Vegetation and Flora of the said. 6-2-65 Southern Be 11 , Jack-istered and still want to conpresentations. The program on Sonora n Desert" recently pubMiss Joan Tallis , resident inson ville-Management, m a 1 e tinue this trimester should adplanets will run to June 8 . A lished by the Stanford Universtructo r in Andros complex , and female. Business adminisvise the Developmental Center, new program on meteors is designed as a matter of cour tesy to students trying to study Verdandi Elects Summer OHicers or sleep." I Verdandi officers for the WUSF Announces summer term have been announced. They are Steve Davis , Pro9rams for May Chancellor ; Jim O'Connor , First . Vice Chancellor Joe Enright Special programs to be heard ' ' over WSUF FM, 89. 7 megac y -treasurer and James Conner, 1 d . M 1 d secretary. c es, unng a y me u e: On . May 15 , a beach party Th e USF 1965 Conce r t Tour will be held at Belle air Beach . Band, 3 p . m., Frida y, May 14 . The brothers are now formuExcerpts from the 196 5 Uni lating rush plans for the f a ll versity of South Florida Poetry trimester. Fes ti v al , 3 p . m. , F r iday, Ma y 21. UC BridCJe Lessons Mrs. Phyllis Marshall w ill in struct the bridge lesson s offered by the University Cen-A documentary t r acing the life and tim es of one o f Amer ica's foremost mini sters, Henry Emers on Fo s d ic k , 3 p .m., Fri da y, May 28. ter Recreation Committee be -Professors Honored ginning Thursday, May 20. The course , which may be For the firs t time in two decsigned up for at the UC de s k for ades, professors from a single a registr ation fee of 25c , will p hi 1 0 sop h y department in aid in developing techniques in a southern ins titution read pa. point count, bids , rebids and pers a t both division s of the scoring. n a t i o n a 1 convention of the American Philosophical Associlevan To Speak a t i on . Dean John Bevan of Florida Dr. James Gould spoke on Presbyterian College will speak "Insanity Rules With and With and answer questions on the out Psychiatry" at the meeting general theme, "A Fresh Ap-at Harvard and Dr. Max Hocutt proach to Collegiate Education, " spoke on "In Def ense of Mate Wednesday, at 1:30 p . m., in rialism" at the meeting in ChiUC 264. Anyone may attend. cago • USF Gets Microwave Equipment Prof. M. R. Donaldson, chairman of the USF electrical engineering program is shown here inspecting some of the 45 pieces of microw!lve equipment valued at about $15,000 donated to USF by Florid a Industries Inc., of Tampa and Sperry Microwave Electronics Co. of Oldsmar.-(USF Photo) I


THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, May 10, 1965 lS .. .• • w"' . .. ,.11 In general, do you think specials are a good Idea? Yes ....... No....... The following were selected by the networks as their top-rated special programs of the past season. Please indicate which of them you actually watched, the three you I Federal Television Programs liked most and the three you liked least. TOTAL THREE THREE !Ji ro1 ABC SEEN LIKED BEST LIKED LEASTII WFLA-TV WTVT WSUN-TV Tampa St. Pelersburg WEDU-ETV Tampo.-51. Pete Channel3 Channel Channel 38-ABC Monday Evening ABC Eve. lt"J!Orl Take ThiriJ New1, Spts., Wth. Take Thirl1 I ... In Sweden" NEW the :l ::;:!:: Jonny Quest Topic Jon.ny Quest Topic [(j m objections most viewers have to BIJ Movie Weatern Mall Adelanto W "Miss America Pageant" M commercial network television, ,,45-Karen BIK MoYle Weatern Man Adelanto "Miss Universe Pageant" ij the vote is almost three to one ::: :::l: ::: "Miss Teenage Americil Pageant" against encouraging the governstafford Blr Movie No Time srts. World or Musto "An Hour with Robert Goulet" ... ....::..8 ___ ___ I NBC ment to enter broadcasting via 9:00-Jonalb . Wlntero (c) The Lucy Show Wendy and Me American Crlalo "Wonderful World of Burlesque" d UHF or any other way. M Fear was probably the most 9:411-Jonatb. (c) Danny Thomas BlnJ Crosb:r American Crisis (Danny Thomas) -W : important single factor contrib10: 00-AIIred Hitchcock CBS News Spec. Casey Glory Trail "Bob Hope Christmas Special" H uting to the lopsided totals. 10:11>-Alfred Bllchcock CBS News Spee. Ben Casey Glor:r Trail .. "Bob Hope Comedy Special" Most of the votes against gov_ ,:; (Feb. 12 with Carroll Baker, l r ernment entry into TV included 11:00-BIJr News Pulse Sports ABC News strn Oft ,;s Johnny Carson, etc. ) '>' h "A b d ll:ll>-II'onlgbt Show tel Pulse Weather ABC NIJhtllle Off the Air i=::; sue comments as very a Show 1c1 wrestunr ABC Nlrhtll!o orr the Air K ' "Danny Thomas Special" (Feb. 14 m idea, " "Terrible" or "One of the 11:45---Tonlgbl Show (c) Wreslllnr ABC Nlrhlllfe Oft lbe Air . . :, with Perry Como and "Make Room & worst ideas I ever heard of." __ __ for Daddy" casU . Most also included some referx "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" ,,., d ' t' 1 d' 12:411-Tonlrht Show Cel Mr. Lucky ABC Nhrhtufe orr the Air j Why? : ! ? ence ill 1ca mg a genera Is-t.=..:.:.:__::.:..:...=.:....::::..::__::..:__:.:..:...::....::=::.:....--.:...::.::....:....:.c:.::::..:c::._ _ _.::__.:...:..:..=:..__ .... ......•...•...••......••••...••••.•••••.•••••.•••••.•• •• • •••• • • • • • • • • • • • . trust of the federal govern-Tuesday Morning ' ' ' ' ' • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ' • ' • •'' ' ' ' ''' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' • ' ' '' ' '' •' '•'' ment's potential USe Of the me 6:00-Contlnental Clau. Sunrise Semester Olt lhe Air orr lhe Air f-:, • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • dium. Most felt that the gov6:15--Good Mornlnl' Florida Farmer O!llhe Air Off the Air I ' Name Ag M 1 ( ) Femal ( ) !:>' Florida Florida Farmer Off tbe Air orr the Air i ,A.ddress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . Occupation • • • • • • • • • • ••••••. ffi many areas of American life Off 'b Air • y • 7:00-The Today Show A .M. Show Off the Air , i! ou may publish my name with comments ( .. ) ..................•••.......•• , ••..•••••• , o ; ) 7 :111-The Today Show A.M. Show Off the Air Oft the Air Please keep my name confidental ( .. ) M THERE wERE non-specific Today Show A .M. Sho., Off the Air Off the Air , , . , 7:411-The Today Show A .M. Show Off the Air Off the Air ;/ Send ballots to: What TV Viewers Think, No. 15, The Tampa_Times, P . O . Box 191. m statements that the entertain1:00-Tbe Today Show Capt. Kanraroo Off the Air Off lbe Air B55 !5! Making Pep Pills What's on Television? fear that once in television, the MlkeDourlao OlflheAir Western World government would use the mel:ll And Tranquilizers? Tonight ious freedom to a hazardous new dium for propaganda purposes. 9 :45---Toda.y'• Movie Mike Dourtas Test Pattern World Science RICHMOND (A'I _ M i 1 t 0 n 9:30 p.m. "D ann y Thomas world in the year 1620 , to begin There were statements that the 10:--Toda:r'• lllovle llllke Donrlao Tho Nntr&tor E 1 d Milto T d k . Show, (13). Kathy and Bunny our cpuntry' s history, on the government was a 1 ready too Bonro Baller ar Y an n ar Y wor m buy a rickety old house and are deeply involved via the FCC. 10:45-What Soar? Ccl I Lon Lncy Bonro Bailey u.s. Hlstor:r the sam.e department at the. A. afraid to tell their husbands edge of Cape Cod . Story is told There was fear that govern__•::;to:.:r:....y __ Robms Co. pharmaceutical h t th y have d ne. primarily through the writings ment entry into TV would lead firm here. w a e 0 f ill t d t t' t rt ll :45---Jeopardy (e) The MeCoya Price Is Rlrbl The Amerlcaaa 7:30 p.m. "Saga of Western o W iam Bradford, one of the o mcrease axa ton o suppo __ I I Man." Relives the stirring leaders, and later, governor of this venture. Tuesday Afternoon COLOR SPECIALISTS exploits of the Pilgrims, when the Plymouth settlement. AMONG THE comments from 1.2:oo-can My Btu!! <•> Pnl•e Newa Donna Reed The Amerlcano 8. Vall ant band of separati'sts th h d'd t h 1 thl 12:1!\-Call My Bluff <•J Weather. Mkta. Donna Reed Music FULWOOD APPLIANCES 8:30 p.m. "No Time for Serose W 0 . L no s n S Bet Search Tomor'ow Father Knowo Klnd' garten Cor. CALL FRED 877-4537 brought their search for relig, . clear-cut victory for pnvate en12:411-1'11 Bet (c) Guiding Light Fdher Know a Kind'rarten Cor. geants (38). Sgt. Kmg is or terprise was a recurrent theme. Blr Ne.,.s Love of LUe Rebus G&me Hablemos Espan. Speed Riggs, famous tobacco auctioneer recommends They put back the taste others take dered to keep Will out of sight It was felt that government par while the inspector general is ticipatlon would mean better touring the base. "World of programming, no commercials world Music" ( 3 ). Mar i 1 y n Horne and an increase in educational Docton Bouseparty DDaayy-Mtn.c5oaaurntder• FS.c8l seen, c8etln• World . ' broadcasts. It was also felt that young Amencan soprano, sings. government competition would wWo0rrt1dd TToo TTrurutthh General Hospital Fasc ' atlnr world 0 ..--• A< 9 p.m. "The Jonathan Winters stimulate commercial television Young Marrieds Bomemaklni Show'' (8). Ad-libs and improvi-into providing better programs. 4:00-l\latch Game (cl Secret Storm Trallmaster World of Music t ' .11 b A surprisingly large number 4:15-Match Game (o) Seeret Storm Tr&llmaster World of Musto sa. Ions Wl e the order of the of viewers indicated familiarity Beaver Superman Trallmaster Spec trum ht ith t St All 4:411-It'l Beanr Superman Trallmaster Speelrum mg , w gues s eve en, with government participation in __ Thaxton Show Woody W'dpeek'r Nny Lor What's New Leo Durocher, calypso singer broadcasting in other countries, S : 15-L. 'Ilto.:rton Show Woo4y W'dpeek'r Nu7 Loc What'• New bl E I d d d Sbow Pulse News, Wilt. Benbesey Klnderr'ten Cer. Steve DePass, and Jack Paar nota Y ng an , an approve Thaxton Sho., Editorial-Extra Bennesey Klnderr'ten Cor, (in a special filmed segment). of the results. The_Y also note_ d Prorramo Are A• Furnished By The Slatlon,._c>-Color C 1 "Th , that the taxes levied for th1s o or. e Lucy Show (13). sort of government activity were Lucy takes the role of father, infinitesimal. and goes on a for-men-only camping trip, with her son. AMONG THE viewers who weren't sure whether or not 10 p.m. "Finlandia," (13). First they wanted the government to use of Early Bird, for a cultural get into television was the theme broadcast, bringing a program that it would be a good idea if the medium were not used for from the home of the political purposes. On the other Fmmsh composer, J e an hand, a number of people sug Stbelms, on 100th annlver-gested that it would be a fine sary of his birth. idea to give the government its "Allred Bltohcock," (8). John own channel if it were confined Gavin stars in "Off Season," to political broadcasts to keep as a trigger-happy policeman these from interfering with reg who makes the same mistake ularly scheduled programs. twice. "Ben Casey," (38). A Over 8 , 000 ballots were re fearful boy feigns a disability ceived, most of which carried and will trust only a hospital-comments over and above the ized con-man. "Glory Trail," mere vote. (3). The rich legacies of men THE TOTALS responsible for giving the West "Do you think it would be a its reputation are retold, in in-good or a bad idea for the fed cldents about Horace Greeley, eral government to enter TV Samuel C 1 e m e n s and B r e t broadcasting v i a UHF as a sup-Radio Summary WFLA-970 Moore, 11:35 a.m.: Roger Bennett, 1145 News: Network reports on the hour, a . m . and 6:30 p.m .; In Hollywood, 12:30 local on half-hour. World New•, 7:40a . m.; p.m.: Woman's World. 1 :30 p . m.; Edith 3-Star Extra , 6:45 to 7 p.m.; Cbet Huntley Head, 2:30 p .m.; Mike Wallace, 3 :30 7:30 p .m. p.m.; Sidelights, 4:30 p . m .; Walte r CroD Monitor, Saturday at 10 a.m . -Noon , kite, 7 :30 p . m .; Pat Boone, 7:35 p.m. 10 p.m.midnigbt. Sunday, 4 :30 to 6 : 3 0 p . m . , . Weather: Daily on t h e hour and h al Features . Tralhc Watch, 2 -mlnut.. re hour Special reports at 1205 p m and ports, between 6 9 a.m. and 4 p . m.; &:30 p.m. 5mlnute emphasis (NBC) at 11:30 a"!• News: 10-mlnute reports 5 minutes be 1:30, 2 :30, 3:30 and 7 :30 p . m . ; Milt for e the hour. ' Spenc er with Sports, 6 :05 p .m. Speelal Interell : Breakfast Club, 9 News: 10 world news a : m . , at 1 :25, 2:25, 4 :25, on the hour, followed by 5 minutes of u 11iZ:: Ball 8 05 at 8 :25 and 9 p . m . • . 9 :15 a . m., 6:15 p.m. WALT-111B Features: News with Dallas Townsend, Sports• One minute at 25 minutes past 8 a.m. ; Lowell Thomas, 6:45 p.m. ; Ned the hour. Calmer, 8 p.m. 1-4 p . m . 10:10 a .m.; Art Linkletter, 11:10 a . m .; Ask M iss Fickett, 11:30 a . m .; Garr y WLCY-1380 News: 5 m inutes on hall hour, 2 mln ute9> 10 past hour. Sports: 5 mlnules at 7 :35 a . m., 8 : 3 5 a . m . , 5 : 35p.m., 7 :35p.m. , and 12:35 a.m. Weather: 10 minutes hour. Features: Farm hour, 5:30 a . m., Unl verslty of Tampa, 2 :35 p.m.; Campus Calendar, 9 :35 a . m . , Open Mike, 10 p . m . to 12:3 0 a . m . Bad ide a . . . . . . . . . . 70.8% Peeved Penguin New Twist In Subway Crimes WHB0-1050 News: On the hour and half hour. Full 15 minute report at 5 :15 p .m. HOT-WEATHER BONUS THESE CARS AS ADVERTISED BELOW CAN BE rtmf11lti]tftlftll1] for INCLUDING INSTALLATION CHARGES $1000! LIMIT FIRST TEN SALES OF CORONET 4-DOORS! Good idea . . . • • • . • . 24. 6 Don' t know , .. , • • . • 4.6 100.0% ARE "SPECIALS" SPECIAL? NEW YORK, May 10 IUPD -The weekend docket of crimes in New York's subways had a curious entry today -the case of the peeved penguin. Features: Swa p and Sell, 9 : 15 a . m., Ot.isy Mae, 11:25 a . m . WINQ RAD!0-1010 News: Network reports on the hal hour, loca l on hour throughout the broad cast day. Foreign Correspondenta Report 8:30 a.m., Monda:v thru Friday. Sports: Five Minutes ol sports, Monday thru Friday, 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 a . m . and 5:30 p . m . Today's questionnaire takes a look at "Specials." Despite the fact that specials have come in Weather: Quarter past each hour, also persed a group of teen-agers 2 0 o r h our 6 a . m . and 4-6:30 p . m . , News : 5-minutes on the hour .. up .. Doon Transit Authority detective Stephen Fulgieri yesterday dis-for much verbal abuse, many on a Brooklyn subway tram to 1 p.m. specials have lapped the field which had J ust left Cone y Sporls: Capsule repo_rta . hourly, at q u arte r of the hour. Uruvers•ty of Flor when it came to ratings. But, Island. He later noticed they ida games carried Saturdays. th g h st b f le h d 1 ft b h' d 1 b Weather: 11 a .m. and 12:20 p . m . 5 ou va num ers o peop a e e m a arge ox. minutes reports daily . Also hourlY, at2o watch them, do they enjoy what Fulgieri rapped on the box. of. and 10 or the hour. . h • h' , Features: The Mary Jun Everidge t eyre watc mg? For today s The box rapped back. Sho w 1011 a . m . weekdays. Dateline Local ballot, each of the three. Figuring the youths had works was asked to submit Its captured a sea gull at the beach, Forum Monday 11:45 a .m. Flor ida Citrus top five rated specials of the Fulgieri took the box off the pas t season. We'd like to find train at the next station, untie d =a.:...t _______ _ out whethe r you saw them and, the string, and waited. Nothing if you d id, whether you enjoyed happened. them. Fulgieri stuck his hand into It should be noted that NBC the box to shoo out the kidnap submitted its Election Night victim. He was severely bitten Coverage (which outrated both on the thumb. other networks) as one of its The box tumbled over and top specials, but it was decided out swaggered a plump pen not t o include this since this fell guin, about two feet tall, which into the area of news coverage. was later returned to the aquar Actress Robbed Of $51,000 In Jewelry NEW YORK, May 10 fA'I -Actress Jayne Mansfield' s East Side town house was robbed yesterday of $51,000 in jewelry, ip.cluding an 18-carat diamond ring, police said. The actress told police that the $22 ,000 ring and 13 other pieces o f jewelry were taken from the first floor of her house at 52 E. 69th St. An open window was found on the ground floor, but the house had not been ransacked, police said. Miss Mansfield noticed the loss when she returned wit h her husband, director Matt Cimber, at 7 p.m. The couple had been in Central Park with her children for two hours. TV Movies Tonight ium at Coney Island. 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