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The Oracle

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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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Fiallo, Robert ( Editor )
Teverbaugh, Laurel ( Managing editor )
Alongi, Sue ( Advertising manager )
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University of South Florida
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The Oracle continues Tampa times (USF Campus edition) and is continued by USF oracle.
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Published history is Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 6, 1966) -- Vol. 23, no. 144 (Oct. 22, 1987)

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ORACLE June 14, 1973 Vol. 8 No. 39 12 pages Retail price freeze imposed by Nixon WASHINGTON -President Richard Nixon Wed nesday night imposed a 60-day freeze on all retail prices, but left wages unaffected in his fourth major attempt in less than two years to dampen inflation. "Every A merican family is confronted with a real and pressing problem of higher prices," Nixon said in a radio television address to the nation. "I have decided that the .time has come to take strong and effective action to deal with this problem." THE FHEEZEaffects all retail prices, including groceries, but does not cover rents, interest rates or raw agricultural products at the farm level. Nixon said wages will continue to be governed by the flexible Phase III guidelines. The President issued an executive order freezing prices at their highest level of last week. lie did not roll back prices to earlier, lower levels. prices but nothing to buy,'' Shultz said. THE PHESll>ENT began his televised speech by ticking off the things he said we_re "right" about our economy "We are in the middle of one of the biggest, s trongest booms in our history," he s aid "More Americans have jobs today than ever before The average worker is l'arning more today than ever b(fon." Th<' Pnsidl'nt did noi nwnl ion that. dlspitP the boom unem ploynwnt nmains at :l pl'r cent of lhl' work fon'( nwan ing about I million nwn 1woplt an out of work than would Ill' lhl' easl' if thl' jobless rate was at the full em ployment level of about 4 per cent. llE ALSO noted that by the end of last year the rate of inflation wa s down to 3 4 per cent. But he did not say specifically that the inflation rate now is almost three times that figure Nixon said the Phase IV program which will follow the freeze will emphasize ways to hold down the prices of both food and gasoline Shultz said the administration has ruled out a proposed increase in the gasoline tax, which had been suggested as a way to both reduce the federal budget deficit and discourage the consumption of scarce fuel. "Because the key to curbing food prices lies in increasing supplies. I am not freezing the price of unprocessed agricultural products al the farm level Nixon said "This would reduce suppl i es instead of increasing them. and would eventually result. inevitably in even higher prices for the foods you buy at the supl'rmarket Oracle Photo by 'Barge'. Brier Water supply decreasing The USF Riverfront .area, which some use for fishing and some use for boating, offers a good example of the decreasing water supply. The river is approximately 3 to 5 feet below its normal level. "THE HEJ\SON I have decided not to freeze wages is that the wage settlements reached under the rules of Phase Ill have not been a significant causl' of thl' increase in prices," Nixon said "As long as wagt Sl'ttltnwnts continm to hl' rl'asonahk. and non-inflationary. a wag<' fr('('Z<' will not lw impos(d." Houst Spl'ak(r Carl Allwrt. DOkla .. immediately laht'l(d th( program "h(lpful and popular with a lot 0 pl'opl('." But Allwrl. who was brief Pd on the program along with olhtr congressional leaders shortly before it was announced. said, "It is coming loo late He is freezing prices at a very high level." Secret testimony indicates Stans fully. knew of Watergate bugging Treasury Secretary George P Shultz told reporters it would be "very difficult" to maintain tht freeze without export restrictions because. he said. in that easl' many products would lw l'X ported "We would have IO\\' t'r WASHINGTON
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2-THE ORACLE June 14, 1973 Energy crisis may cause food shortage WASHINGTON A grand jury indicted a police officer on two counts of murder yester day for shooting to death a 10year-old boy the youngest person ever shot in the city by a policeman. Nomination refused WASHINGTON Astronaut Charles "Pete" Conrad made bball bearings in space yesterday melting a nickel cylinder and letting the drops float free and harden in the weightless Skylab space station rwor Id news briefs The unique experiment which someday may open the door to manufacturing industries in space, was sandwiched between a tight schedule of earth resource photography, solar astronomy and medical experiments. East ratifies pact BERLIN -If a gas station attendant asks you to "pick a number" from one to six next month, it will not be some sort of promotional gimmick or game. f lorida news briefs made a southward turn around the tip of Cuba to set its course for Swan Island South of Cuba and was about 10 miles off the coast. The State Department has asked the Swiss Embassy in Havana to find out why the Florida family was ordered into the Cuban port. The Vietcong yesterday described the agreement as a "victory." President Nguyeb Van Thieu was reported to be disturbed over some of its provisions The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services will start, July I, labeling every gasoline pump in the state with a decal that rates its octane Stanton appointed TallahassPP l lll'I l---(;pnpral S<'rviePs I>irPetor Clwster BlakPrt Stanton as lwad of the controv (;ov Reub in Askew and tlw six cahirwt members who are his bosses MacArthur shot f<'ort Pierct l UPI l-l\1illionait'l' dairyman and fomk -A Florida r pollution' Th<' JIOllution indt'X ror lht Ta11111a an'a ytsttrday was :1:1 n111dt'ralt'. \ir l'oll11lio11 l11cl1x 0-l
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THE ORACLE -June 14, 1973 3 Grievance committees okayed 8.V SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Staff Writer A proposal to establish college based committees of students and faculty to review academic grievances has been approved by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey. The plan calls for one com mittee to be established in each college with members selected by their college councils. No faculty members from departments involved in grievances are eligible. THE COMMITTEE will con-sider cases and make recomendations to the college dean "where the alleged offense occurred." According to Mackey, the dean will decide on further action, if any, to be taken. The proposal was approved by the Council of Deans in Februa!'Y, as subsequently approved by Dr, Carl Riggs, vice president for Academic Affairs; and U:um referred to Mackey for formal approval. Before a student brings a complaint before the committee he must "make every reasonable effort to resolve his grievance with the instructor concerned." He must next file a "statement of particulars" with the department chairman in volved and discuss the problem with him. If the situation cannot be resolved through these steps, the plan allows the student or others involved to refer the case to the grievance committee. ALL DELIBERATIONS will be private and "held confident by the committee and involved persons." Mackey said he approved this plan over two others senthim by the Faculty Senate and SG. "It had the approval of the vice president for Academic Affairs ?: pointed by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, prepared a list of changes they felt were needed in the document, but suggested these revisions be made after conferences with Attorney General Robert Shevin. Dr. Hans Jurgensen, committee member, suggested the Attorney General be consulted concerning the manual's intent, language, and purpose. All suggestions are being compiled and sent to Board of Regents member Chester Ferguson, head of the committee reviewing the manual. all \ ,: ? for summer quarter 'Jl\fith prices > as. low as $315 total of only nine weeks of in tensive seminars. USF's BIS is considered a model for similai: programs. Last year BIS graduated its first two students, Mrs. Patricia Glass, of Sarasota, and Mrs. Jane Howland, of Tampa. Tussey is an administrative and supply technician for the U.S. Army Reserve in Richmond. Witham is a marine biologist for the Florida Department of Natural Resources. His widely publicized work with sea turtles has been the subject of a CBS documentary and has led him to author a book on turtles to be published this fall. BIS currently has nearly 100 students and has enrolled students io 17 states and two foreign countries. proposal offered by n subcommittee would tstnhlish a uni\'crsity-widl' griP\'Hnn committee which would nrt to Riggs. Binford said he kit tlw lolltg1 level committees would ht "ineffective" and fa\'orl'd ont uni\'ersity-widt grit\anl'l' pa1wl. "I AM AFRAID that with nine different committees there will be nine different policies and tlw students will get a different kind of runaround in every casl'." Faculty Senate. according to Binford, had never been inforned of the interim committees and was "not involved" in the Counci I of Deans decision. "Evidently theyre leai:ing ihe faculty completely out of. ii in. some cases. Binford com -mented. 81'.';FORD ALSO noted there are no councils in sorrie colleges and he teared the grievaiiet committee will J:>e rather than elected. 1 "I know that the faculty had ii<> input into the 1griernnc<.' committee now operating jn the College of Natural Sciences,'' Binford said. Ben Johnson; SG secretary of Academic Affiars, said SG's proposal was somewhat sirriHar to the one approved by Riggs. but it calied for members tO be nominated by SGand the Faculty Senate rather than college councils. SG'S PROPOSAL would also eliminate confrontation with department chairman, according to Johnson. Mackev said he approved the plan ffrom Riggs .and the qeans l\Iay 30. I 4200 Fletcher Ave. phone 971-9550

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4-THE ORACLE June 14, 1973 Disciplinary board misguided and unjust The University should be ashamed of the travesty of justice it calls a disciplinary board hearing. The most recent disciplinary hearings were conducted with recklessness and disregard of the personal and legal rights of students. GARY WELLS was found guilty of "hazing" a University Police recep tionist by a university disciplinary board that based its verdict, according to board chairman Dr Bob Grasso, on "the letter and not the spirit of the law ('ttttrs policy) The Oracle welcomes letters to the editor on all topics. All letters must be signed and include the writer's student classification and telephone number. Letters should be typewritten triple spaced. The editor reserves the right to edit or shorten letters. Letters received by noon will be considered for publication the following day. Mail boxes are located in the UC and Library for letters to the Editor. I T .his puhlk document wa11 promulgalt-d at an :.annual cost or ;:;: :::: $117 .:?OH. I:? or 9e per copy. to :::: :=-$ disst>111inah 1wws to the students. :::: sbff and falulty of the l'niversity of South Florida. ut t::;:::s:;,:.::;:::::.J The Oracle feels the guilty party in this situation is the judiciously inept and grossly misguided disciplinary board We question the validity of a decision based on the "letter" of a law that even a university administrator has called "poorly worded." THE FACT THAT administrators can concede that a rule is poorly worded and needs revision but still allow it to be applied is evidence of unfairness. Although the letter of the law seems important to Grasso and his com mittee,the basis of law, the U.S. Constitution, does not seem to. be. Grasso said he didn't think the Constitution was applicable to the hearing since it wasn't a civil court. Grasso's ideas come as a surprise to many students who didn't realize they were signing away their constitutional rights by entering USF. THE OHJ\CU: urges Pres. Mackey to establish better guidelines for the board and disciplinary hearings, to insure students of due process and follow the rules our nation has chosen to be governed by. The hazing rule should be rewritten so the "letter" and the "spirit" are the same. The university community should not condone un-informed boards blindly ruling on emotional issues with an end result that students' permanent records might be altered lo contain un substantiated or unjust charges. The Oracle also feels strongly that no member of the university community should be subjected to "hazing" or actions that might be inappropriate or lwlittling TllEHEFOHE a definite need exists for guidelines that will enable disiplinary boards to determine, on the basis of facts, where the line is to he drawn in each instance The Oracle feels that the Constitution and Bill of Rights might be a logical place to begin the search for suet guidelines. (Editorials l (ommtntary) A lack of history ? Editor: In the Welis-Kiser dispute about hazing." Dr. Bob. Grasso shows a gross Jack of history The Bill of Rights grPw out of the need to protect in dividuals from "authorities," whether this was in a civil, criminal or ministrative court. The USF disciplinary board would properly fall into this last category Further. in a Federal Court, the case would be thrown out. No case should be made as there were no witnesses and thl' testimony is one person against the mird of another: i. e. -no case! The historical assumption of the Common Law should apply Any person is assunwd to be innocent until proven guilty The least that the USF disciplinary board should do is act within such a rule. H Warren Felkel M.A., USF, '67 Rank hypocrisy Editor : On page one of a recent issue of the lnltnom is the announcement "the <.'stablishment of se\'en special teaching assistantships for which only members of minority groups will be accepted has bl'<.'11 appro,ed by Vice-President for (letters] Academic Affairs Riggs .. The assistantships are funded from the E. & G. budget..." Then, on the very next page, under Official Announcements, it states with a perfectly straight face, No person shall, on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, or national origin be excluded from participation ... under any program or activity at the Univ of South Florida". ONE HAS COME to expect such rank hypocrisy from the liberals as a matter of course, but this present instance is really too serious to let pass without protest. If this were a matter of private funds expended according to private preference, I would have not the slightest objection. But a public institution, especially a university, should grant positions on the basis of merit only. This new racist policy, heavy with disturbingly Nazi reminiscent undertones, is most of fensive as well as patently un constitutional. Frederick W. Fallon 8 Ast

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DOONESBURY i l?AVIC>, yovR R&CNr 800K, "/ff BEST ,t:/N[) 1fl 8RIGHTST11 HA6 REllU-Y lllKEN OFF/ HOW [)() YOU EXPVllN IT'f 11/#f...; .t /VOVl.P /lj!NK 711111" lllOVU/ 80/JE WG/...LFOI< YO/JI< NeXT 800K, lJllVIJ?. ,t/S .I l/NOERS/llNO 17; RECENT eVtJNrS HAV& IN5P!Rcl? YOfJ 10 S111RT MJRK ON ,t/ HOT NEW G&QV&f...! Lz._ NOW-8EC/WSE: 'IOIJ ASKE[) RJR 11-A 5PGCIA/.. "WA1ERGA1& PROr!/Je 1'HE PRe5!0EN1' OF '111& VNtrEP srAresl I ;: "IN AU fit/IM&s5 -ro Hlf1i IT 5HOVUJ 86 /o/(1$0 7HAT 8t CllVSE OF IN511fflC!EN1 EVllJ!!IKJi, 'INSrt6ATION1 WOl/tP et A V#'Y lel?M 70 f/5e IN PESCRl81NG HR. \ N!XON:5 1?0& IN 7He UlllieR54Tff AFFAIR. H "' ....... Elevator 'captures' student A USF student was trapped for about 15 minutes in an elevator in the Lan-Lit building yesterday afternoon According to students and faculty working in the building, the elevator has been malfunc tioning almost regularly since its installation Fall quarter 1971. PETE DICKS, a Mass-Com junior, was trapped between the second and third floors of the four-story building on his way to class "It started with a jolt like it usually does he said "Then somewhere on the way up it jolted again and stopped Director of Physical Plant Charles Butler said yesterday the elevator had also broken down last Monday "IT DOES happen," he said. "We're certainly not talking about an isolated incident. We have recieved other complaints about that elevator. According to the registration certificate posted inside the elevator the safety inspection date expired May 21. Butler said the elevator had been inspected, but its new safety certificate had not yet been received THE ORACLE -June 14, 1973 5 by Garry Trudeau Student use of sinkhole :r 1HINI(, !HllT r/1 QVffSllONS OF -rH V1TNAM flllVE Uf) MANY Pe0/Jt "10 9COME CIJ!(JtJ(IS 1180VT IHGS 8R!L.L.ll1NT .JOHNSON ANO KliNNElJY /7/f)ffS !HO FIRST 60T draws complaint letter /IS INVOtVEI? OV!fl< !HliR. h.__ THI/T's RIGHT; MERV. IT'S OJ/.l ''IH& WOR57 ANO IH 5/lJPIOEGT." 01./? WHllT's IT 1180t/if \ C0/'1PUC!TY" 15 PIW8A8f...Y OKAY, IH0//611. \ BY ANNE LAUGHLIN Oracle Staff Writer Twenty-three Hillsborough County residents have formally complained of students allegedly trespassing on private property near a sinkhole owned by the Southwest Florida Water Management District meeting. USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, who proposed the procedure, said he felt it would "remove a number of financial obstacles" from students wishing to crossregister. Under the new plan students would not have to pay fees at both institutions, but only the one they attend full-time BOR Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Allen Tucker said the procedure may be used as a basis for a "system-wide policy." Mackey said the plan, which he labeled \'a model in many ways," has a one -year approval. CLOSE OUT OF ALL KLH SPEAKERS AND SONY RECORDERS 10% above COST!!! MATCH THESE PRICES WITH ANYONE IN TAMPA! THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF OUR PRICES: $169.95 KLH NOW $99.95 KLH 4812 Busch Blvd. (5 blocks east of Busch Gardens) 988-70.59 OPEN TILL 9PM mixed nude parties had been seen Fenceposts put up by SWFWMD had been torn down and thrown in the water by students, residents said. "We see carload after carload of long-haired kids dirty and grimy, with no respect for themselves or anyone else," one resident said. "We hate to be this way," said Mrs. Fred Hall, an area resident. "But these people are a nuisance and downright disrespectful. Some girls saw a hippie-type boy urinating on his car. If you try to call them down they shoot you a bird." HALL SAID SHE didn t pay particular attention to whether or riot any of the students' cars had USF stickers. But she did say she had seen a few USF register.ed cars in the area. "The main reason I signed the letter of complaint is because they Doris Godwin. another resident said. "We're sympathetic to thl' residents ,'' Dr. Margaret 1-'ishlr. assistant to Vice Pres. for Student Affairs Joe Howell. said "Our function isn't_ to slap the students with a wet noodle. but I do have a lot of respect for students here arid know they wouldn't hurt ttie ecology of any area." E:\IIL :\IYEH. right-of-way agent for SWFW!\1D. said the fences they constructed had been cut to let in cars and motorcycles and that fenceposts had been thrown in the sinkhole. "The thing has no bottom and people shouldn't be swimming there: :\lyers said. "'The troopers we Jia,e out the"r'<. said thev would watch more closely ... I -"'1 SEAC Presents DANCE CONCERT UCBallroom ''O I utaws '' w/1.0. 9 l2. p.m. Friday, June 15, 1973 The Film Art Series presents Y ASUJIRO UZU'S Late Spring (BANSHUN> 'One of the 10 great films of aU time' ... Village v oice 'An enrichment of the human experience'... N. Y. Times WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 8:00 p.m. LAN 103

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6 -THE ORACLE Flo St. John June 14, 1973 Oracle photos by Bob Fiallo Workers at the center are, from left, Gladys Hunt (on telephone), Jim Nor throp, Flo St. John and Becky Francis. Flo St John dares to help the unfortunate BY VIVIAN MULEY Entertainment Editor "Fuzzy combed his beard like a van dyke. Then he took his dentures out and ruffled his beard to be like Fuzzy. He chewed cotton (not tobacco) and wore a slouched western hat. Al "Fuzzy" St. John was a silent screen star. He started out as a Keystone Cop and became the "bearded sidekick" western star "who rode into more sunsets than any other cowboy." HIS WIFE, Florence St. John, reminisced about the screen days of her late husband. She flipped through the pages of her scrapbooks noting that "everything in here has a story The 74-year-old niece of the late *** Suicide Center trains volunteers Gladys Hunt, coordinator of the Suicide and Crisis Center, said the center trains people for a small sum of money ($10) but offers free training for anyone who plans to volunteer to help the center. She said there are at least 36 USF student volunteers. The center at 210 S. Tampa St. is in temporary quarters because of lack of funds. Nonetheless, it has a counseling room, a telephone room and sleeping quarters for anyone who needs to stay overnight. While concerning itself with drug overdoses, suici de cases, alcohol cases and any other crisis situation, the center also works with the handicapped. "We call shut ins everyday to see if they are ok," Hunt said. "If we don't hear from them by noon, we send a doctor." Anyone interested in helping at the center may call at 229-1991 or 223-6866. Suhurhanette .Beauty Salon Distinctive Hair Styling and personalized Style Cuts For Men& Women. 2211 E. Fletcher 971-7432. silent film star Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle now lives in Homosassa Springs. But she works and sometimes stays overnight at Hillsborough County's Suicide and Crisis Center on Tampa Street. She is devoting her life to helping the unfortunate. "There's nothing I don't dare," she said. "Involvement with people is a very delicate thing." ST. JOHN, who says children and senior citizens are her "main concern," blames "old people," including herself, for the mess the country is in "Now our grandchildren suffer," she said. "We have to get out and do something. We have to show young people we're with them." St. John's list of acculades runs long. She has awards for "outstanding services" from the Veteran's Administration, various civic organizations Gov. Claude Kirk and the French government. She has been in charge of raising funds nation wide for building alcohol and drug centers and schools for the THINK! How Much Car Your Money Can Buy. The Jazziest Carsinthe Jazz Parade. 1970 Toyota Corrolla, Auto., Rad.-Heat., Green with match. inter., $1495 J971 Toyota MK II Sta. Wgn., Auto., Rad.-Heat. Luggage .. rack, red w. match. inter., w-. w., deluxe W-C. $2495 1971 Toyota Corolla 4dr, 4-speed, Rad.-Heat., A-C, white w. matchin. inter. $1895 *'. 1972 Datsun 4dr 510; 4-speed, Rad.-Heat., yellow w. match. inter., white walls, deluxe WC, only 6,600 mi. $2395 1971 Datsun 240Z, 4-speed, Rad.-Heat., yellow, mag wheels, rad. tires $3495 University Toyota 10909.N. Florida Ave Ph. 933 retarded She is also responsible for keeping the Arcadia Center at Dorr Field open by taking her fight to the Fla Senate in Tallahassee. Now, in an attempt to raise money for the Suicide and Crisis Center and buy "an old mansion" in the Hyde Park area to house the center, the "four foot eleven inch bundle of practicality and imagination" will host a film and stage production reminiscent of the early 1900's. "The Golden Age of Comedy" will be presented through June and July in Hillsborough County recreation centers with a final show at the Hillsborough County Courthouse, if the county ap proves. Dates have not been set for the shows yet. "I WANT to go to all the little people who don't feel they re important," she said. ',. The house she plans to buy for the center will serve as her living quarters and will also per manently house the crisis center. "If I can get one of these old mansions in the Hyde Park area," she said, I won't be filling it with fal!c:y furnilurt 1 11 just reno\'ate it. I'll only put things in ther e that are useful !or what we want. .. Glad y s Hunt. coordinator of llw center. said Flo's the oldts t trainee we 0\'e e\er had but she makes up for her age by being one of the most acti \e ... 10% OFF WITH THIS AD Survival Bookworks 12303 Nebraska Ave. Open 7 days a week 11: 00 till close ................................. = ICE CREAM 4924 Busch Blvd. FREE ICE CREAM CONE (with this ad) When you buy one at regular price phone: 988-B2S offer expires June 2S, 1973

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THE ORACLE -June 14, 1973 7 Famed artist's works displayed this summer An exhibition of 64 lithographs, drawings and etchings created by the famous German artist Lovis Corinth between 1869 and 1925 will be among the free art displays featured. during the summer quarter at USF. ,. art George Pappas, new art department chairman. will display his recent works in a onl' man faculty show June 21 through July 13 in the Teaching Gallery. The exhibition, circulated by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition and sponsored by the Florida Center for the Arts, will be displayed through June 30 in the Library Gallery. The Gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m 'Self-Portrait on Menu for 60th Birthday' Is one of Lovis Corinth's works on display. CORINTH, a native of Prussia, major transitional figure in German art. His style reflects 19th realism and 20th century pre-expressionism. Primary subject matter for his Old films top weekend TV.fare TV.Highlites will appear in the Oracle every Thursday during the summer quarter. TODAY 9 p.m., Ch. 44 --Movie -Humphrey Bogart in "Knock on any Door." FRIDAY 9 p,m., Ch. 44--Movie-Warner Oland in the 1935 classic "Charlie Chan in Egypt," about a murder on an archeological expedition. 11:30 p.m Ch. 13 --Movie -John Carridine in "Revenge of the Zombies." 11:30 p.m., Ch. 44 --Movie -Gary Cooper in "The Story of Dr. Wassell." SATURDAY 2:15 p.m., Ch. 8 --Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Montreal Expos. 3 p.m., Ch. 44 --Movie Mae West and Randolph Scott in "Go West Young Man." TU highlitts SUNDAY 4 p.m., Ch. 44 --Movie --Mae West in "Belle of the Nineties." 6 p.m., Ch. 13 --The Watergate Year --a special report. MONDAY 8 p.m., Ch. 10 --Jacques Cousteau --'Hippo." 8:15 p.m., Ch. 8 Baseball -California Angels vs. Chicago White Sox. 9 p.m., Ch. 44 --Movie --Joel McCrea in the 1937 version of "Wells Fargo." TUESDAY 8 p.m., Ch. 10 --Roberta Flack ... The First Time Ever. 9 p.m., Ch. 44 --Movie --Olivia de Havilland won an oscar for "To Each His Own." 11:30 p.m., Ch. 10 --American Bandstand's 20th Anniversary. WEDNESDAY 8 p.m Ch. 44 --Canadian Pro Football. 8:30 p.m., Ch. 10 --Movie Rosalind Russell and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. in "The Crooked Hearts 11 p.m., Ch. 44 Baseball Atlanta Braves vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. i'---------1 i KID COILE I film fare I Rock & Roll I I I I Free Beer, I I Free Beer, I AUSTIN --High Plains Drifter -I :30, 3:40: 5:45, 8, 10. BRANDON TWINS --1. World's Greatest Athlete --2, 7:10, 9. 2. Huckleberry Finn --1, 7, 9. FLORIDA --Fist of Fury -2, 3:55, 5:50, 7:40, 9:30. FLORILAND CINEMA II --1. World's Greatest Athlete -12, 1:40, 3:20, 5, 6:40, 8:20, 10. 2. High Plains Drifter --1, 2:50, 4:40, 6:30, 8:20, 10:10. HILLSBORO I -Huckleberry l<'inn -1:30, 3:35, 5:45, 7:50, 10. HORIZON PARK 4--Huckleberry Finn -1:30, 3:35 5:45, 7:50, 10. HORIZON PARK 4--1. The Neptune Factor --2, 4, 6, 8, 2. Battle for the Planet of the Apes -2:30, 4:15, 6, 7:45, 9:30. 3. Charlotte's Web --1: 15, 3: 15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 4. Camelot -2:30, 5:50, 9. PA LACE --The Sound of Music 2, 5:15, 8:30. TAMPA --The Mack --1:45, 3:40, 5:40, 7:40, 9:40. TODD --Double Feature --The Healer and The Big Switch continuous showings from 11: 45 a.m. TRANS-LUX (Town and Country) Jeremiah Johnson --7, 9. TWIN BAYS 4 --1. The Neptune Factor --1: 30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30. 2. Battle for the Planet of the Apes -2:30, 4 :15, 6, 8, 9:55. 3. World's Greatest Athlete l :30, 3:30, 5:30. 7:30, 9:30. 4. Hitler: The Last Ten Days --3, 5:15, 7:30, 9:45. ON CAMPUS UC FEATURE --The Baby Maker --Friday -7:30, 9:30 and Saturday and Sunday -8:30 in LAN 103. LINGUISTICS FILM --The Mind of Man --today -8 in LAN 103. ; Free Beer I 1 8:30 9 p.m. I I I I Mi Bsck Yard I : 2 mHes South of Busch I I I I on 40th St. I .!..-----.. The beauty of creating life. 'Ille freedom to give it away. NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES PRESENTS A ROBERT WISE PRODUCTION Friday, June 15 7:30 & 9:30 p.m. Saturday, June 16 8:30 p.m. Sunday, June 17 8 :30 p.m. w/1.D. seac works include mytpology, religion, members of hfs'.farnily and the countryside surrqunding Lake Walchensee in Bavaria. Corinth's work and reputation flourished in the first decade of the 20th century. He died in 1925 while on a pilgramage to Am sterdam to study Rembrandt and Franz Hals. His work was later suppressed and many pieces were destroyed when the Nazis came in power. Since World War II, his works have been shown widely in Germany and other countries, including the London Tate Gallery. Three other exhibits will be closing this month. They are the USF Art Department's graduate thesis exhibition through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Teaching Gallery; Ten paintings by Mark Dasylva through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the UC Gallery; and Bruce Marsh's one man faculty show of recent paintings through June 24 from 8 a.m. to 5 a.m in the Theatre Gallery. The Dorothy T. Van Arsdale Associates Traveling Exhibition Service will feature "Eskimo Art: prints and carvings." June 29 through Aug. 10 in the Theatre Gallery. Two exhibits will begin in July and continue through the end of the quarter: from US F's per manent collection Image: the art poster." July 16 through Aug. 10 in the Library Gallery and from the Art department an undergraduate student ceramics display July 19 through Aug. 10 in the Teaching Gallery. Mind research studied in film A comprehensive survey of modern mind research will be shown in the film. l\lind of l\Ian." today at 8 p.m. in LA:\ 103. Interviews with B. F. Skiuner. '.'\obel Prize winners Richard Fineman and Sir John Eccles. l\oam Chomsky. Donald Hebb and Xie! l\liller will be shown in the 119-minute color film which is presented by the l'SF Linguistics Department. $175/ per quarter THAT'S ALL IT COSTS TO LIVE IN LA MANCHA DOS FOR SUMMER QUARTER (June 9 -August 14) 1 Block from campus on 42nd St. Phone 971-0100 RECORD SALE TODAY ALL SINGLE LP'S $3.69 Including George Harrison, Savoy Brown, John Denver, Arthur, Hurley, & Gottlieb LIBERATION MUSIC SERVICE 1112 Busch Blvd. (Beside Roller Rink on Busch) Phone 935-5912 Hours 11 :30 A.M. -8:30 P.M.

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8-THE ORACLE June 14, 1973 Oracle photo by John Raoux North Tampa Beach ... more commonly known as Sulphur Springs pool, is just one of the many swimming areas open to the public. r ORACLE a.sports briefs' 'i'hc US!' Karate Club begins its sumnwr <:lasses for lwginncrs, advanced and intermediate students this week. Begintll'r"s <:lasses arc Monday and Wedrwsday p.m. in GYM 005, and Tlwsday and Thursday li7 p.m. in CiYM Oll5. Advanced dassts for students 1 KYU and up are Tuesday and Thursday 8-!l::m p.m. in (iYM 101 and Saturday 10 a.nL-noon in GYM 101. Intermcdiatt L for students liKYll and lowtr only, will be Monday and Wtdrwsday 8 p.m. !l::lll p.m. in GYM 101. Internwdiatt II elassts, for students 5KYll and higher only, will be 7 p.m.-8p.m. in GYM 005. Classes an opl'll to all llSI<' students and staff. Ikgistration fee is $10 per quarter. Summer hours for the Andros pool, gymnasium and tennis courts have been announctd. Andy Honker, coordinator of USF recreational sports. said !hi' Andros pool will be open 10 a.m. to Ii p.m. Monday, Wednl'sday and Friday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. the remainder;,,of the week. Honker said the gymnasium will be open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. to Ii p.m. Saturdays and 1 p.m. to !l p.m .. Sundays The Qir. 4 "First Jump Training Session" will be held next week, Monday through Friday, 7 p.m. lo 10 p.m. in PED IO!l. Till' course covers all areas of parachuting and skydiving, in duding packing, canopy guiding, frel'fall positions and nomen dature. Traimes should provide their own boots, lwlmet and coveralls. Tlw cmirse is open to all USF students and staff. A Club initiation. parachute fee, payable at the Monday session, is nquind. ***** Till' l!SI<' Bowling League will hold its first nweting of the quarter at li::lO p.m. today at Florida Lanes on Florida Avenue. Christy Hay, LPague secretary, said this will bt an organizational nweting and following the nweting thl' teams will begin bowling. Teams will consist of three or four players and Hay said teams can be entered or "an individual can coml' and we will put you on a team" BfmIing will be on Thursday nights. throughout the quarter. Ft'l' is $2.50 per week. Hay said students may bring their own balls and shoes or use the alley's balls and rent shoes. AITENTION HIPPIES '1 I I I I I .ft:** and au other fonns of life We moved from the corner of 13lst Ave. and 30th St. because the sand was getting too deep. Now, we are on the corner of Fletcher Ave. and 30th St. at the Mobil station. Crimson sweet watermelons 50, up Ruskin tomatoes 25. lb. AJAX PRODUCE BROS. ---I I I I I I I I I I I Tampa Bay area offers swimming opportunities Editor's note: Throughout the summer.The Oracle will feature a series on recreational or in dividual sports in the Tampa Bay area and Florida. The first in this series is swimming. BY LENOHA LAKE Oracle Sports Editor If you like the feel of the cool water on a hot day and tired of the USF pools, try one of the areas around Tampa. "Swimming does everything for you," said USF swimming coach Bob Grindey. "It im proves muscle tones, the cardiovascular system, makes you more attractive and improves the figure." TAMPA OFFERS fresh or salt water swimming year round. Lake Ellen, located on Lake Ellen Drive, just off Armenia and west of the university is open !1:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day. The fee for adults is $1. A slide and 40 feet dive are the big attraction at the lake, according to owner Libby Yeloushan. Berner dies USF golf coach Wesley M. (Wes) Berner, 53, died Tuesday night of cancer. Berner came to USF in July I!l67 and served as golf course manager and golf pro in addition to his duties as coach. Receiving his masters in education at Stetson, Berner remained there as director of physical education and in structor-coach before coming to USF. Berner, during his years at USF, authored a handbook designed to help both students and instructors with -the mechanics of golf. The Snipes-Hamilton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements and interment w.ill be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations should be sent to the Wes Berner Scholarship Fund in care of the USF Athletic Dept. Bean Bag Chaifs CONEY'S INTERIORS 1 .. 12 W. PLATT Ph. 258 ALSO, THE guests may use the picnic tables and barbeque grills. Yeloushan said the weekends are the busiest time at the lake North Tampa Beach, more commonly called Sulfer Springs pool, is located on Nebraska Avenue, south of USF, near the Hillsborough River. MANAGER OBAL Johnston said although many teenagers swim at the pool, more and more adults are coming to swim in the year round 74 degree water. Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily and there is a 75 cents charge for adults. Johnston said last month new white sand was dumped on the. beach. ONE SPECIAL feature is a chute used for sliding through the water from the main pool to a stream. Available t o the guests are dressing rooms, picnic tables and barbeque pits. A concession stand is also located at the pool. Johnston said the City of Tampa is using some of the 32 million gallons produced per day because of the dry season but the Giant Hot weekdavs 8:30-11 water level has only dropped about eight inches. LITHIA SPRINGS, a Hillsborough County rec-reational area, is located 12 miles from Brandon on the Lithia-Pinecrest Road. The charge is 50 cents per carload up to eight people and $1 for vehicles with over eight people. Family camping, dressing rooms, picnic areas and bar beque pits are available for use. A concession stand is open during the summer months. HOURS FOR Lithia Springs are 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m daily. In addition to fresh water, the Tampa Bay area offers many areas of salt water swimming. Tampa Municipal Beach, located on Davis Causeway, provides picnic shelters in ad dition to the concession area, outside showers, and lifeguards. Clearwater Beach, ap-proximately 30 miles from USF, provides summer fun. A con cession stand, fishing pier, and ice cream stand are open. There is no charge for use except for the parking meters. Giant Cold C1JnWeMl11J t;1 1902 E. Flowler Ave. Specializing in Italian and American Food, Juicy Steaks, Delicious Pizzas Banquet Room Available After l 0 P.M. for Sorority or Fraternity Meetings Your Hosts: Basil and Pete Scaglione DONATE ON A REGULAR BLOOD PLASMA PROGRAM AND RECEIVE UP TO $40 A MONTH BRING STUDENT ID OR THIS AD AND RECEIVE A BONUS WITH YOUR FIRST DONATION HYLAND DONOR CENTER 238 W. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Fla 33602 appointment available to fit your class schedule call 253-2844 Monday through Friday 7AMto2PM

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THE ORACLE-June 14, 1973 Sports equipment available for use BY MIKE KASZUBA Oracle Sports Writer Although practically anything from basketballs to horseshoes can be checked out of the USF sports equipment room 971-8171" 1s our way r of saying thanks .... MONDAY 9 TO 9 QOSED SUNCMS WEEKDAYS c; 6 .. 14727 N. NEBRASKA AVE. ,....._,. .. "".'.\.I' ..:;...;:: -''V a -. D .old .A z. -ua For Tires quality with price 100% free replacement warranty -if our tire be::omes defec:ive during the life of the tire due to workmanship or materials it will be replaced free of charge passenger cars only. Visit our new outlet at 7500 E. FOWLER where we have a complete service facility in:luding alignment at $!s. 95 for most American cars and $11.95 for most pickups -if you have ride problems come in and get on expert opinion at no all work satisfaction guaranteed or your Money .: ieerfully refunded. We mount on mag wheels and if we break we rep: :ice -we mount tractor tires and fill with water -(hydroflate). Boat troile: tires iri stock. We mount & stock truck tires. II it rolls try DUDDY'S FOR TIRES Saratoga Full 4 Ply Nylon with new 1973 white F:l3.cl4 -$18.59 + 2.39 G78x14 19.20 + 2.56 H78xl4. 20.00 + 2.75 G78x15 19.59 + 2.63 H78x1S. 20.65 + 2.81 L78x15 22.25 + 3.16 Concorde Radi ... 1 built to Tyrino -narrow white for compact cars 520x10-600x12-520x13 560x13-645x14-615x13 560x 15-650x13-560x14 600x 15all sizes $14. 95 +Federal to:t of 1.71 to l.91 per fre. Tf\i- premiun1 tire bL>ih In Italy for the sports cat enthusiast. Concorde raised lettes wide wide -wider B60x13 27.55 put on ..American cars for a safe smooth ride BR78x13-29.15 GR78x15-35.11 F60xl 4-33.05 f60x15 33.36 G60x15 35.07 ER78x14 30.06 FR78x14 32.18 HR78x15. 37. 3! G60x14 -J60x15 39.7'i LR78x15. 39.2 9 L60x14 40.96 L60x15 41.27 + Fedrol T<.1it 2.16 3.92 GR78x 14 36.09 + fodeal Ta 2.01 3.49 WE MOUNT ON M.4GS FREE NAlllOW WMITE PREMIUM -14-on 15-inch radials for compact cars priced from 51::,;z NATIONS LARGEST TIRc OEALER ---TEMPl.E TEHAa. 7500 E. FOWLER 988-4144 ,---1 Free Mounting Spin P.C'loncing Alignment I FREE 9:30 to 6:30 Mon. tliru fridoy West Tampa 1705 Weit Chestnut 9:30 to 2:00 Sot. YBOR CITY 1501 2nd Ave. Counter Only free Mounting Spin Salonctn9 \ 253-0786 248-5016 8:30 lo 5:30 Mon. thru Fri. r s,30 to 1,00 Sa<.

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10-THE ORACLE June 14, 1973 Continued from Page 1 pointed to the Administration's decision to eliminate Senior Seminar l'or llH l'Olll]lll'X, l>a\'iS said woodensl had l'arlil'r prohll'ms wilh sludPnls -Sl'\\'agl' problPms I think." rl'fprring lo a Spring Qtr .. lffi:.! ineidl'nl. Thl'y gol a lot of had publieily frorn it..." Ttw manag1r t l\kCormiek l lhought it would lw a good glsturl' of publie s1n iee lo off<'r WoodtT<'st for our day l'arl' l 'tnt unu>d into a husirwssman insl
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AltS) 0 au z l JAY SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM Selectric that CORRECTS OWN 'ERRORS, Pica or Elite. All types of work, 5 minutes from USF. Nina Schiro, 11110 N. 22nd St. 971-2139. If iloanswer, 235-3261. 5-strlng Banjo. Private lessons by Qualified In' structors. Guitar rental available. Grissett Music, Ph. 988-1419. CANOE RENTALS By Day or Week Cali 935-0018 or 935-1476 BABYSITTING offered in my h.ome or yours by USF student. Experienced and have local references. Ph. 985-1986. MOBILE HOMES ._call Rick 98!1570 c ) RO .OMMATE. WANTED spli t ren. t & utilities. ( : 12, BEDROOM-FRONT kitchen, modern decor, wall-to-wall shag carpet throughout. Just assume payments $89.10 WANTED BABYSITTER (male or .female) per mo. F .or info. call 971-6850. Monday, Tuesday and Th.ursday all & 2 bdrm., A.C h1rnished mobile Apts. N. ternoons for 2 children. Transportation Tampa. loc. Easy access to USF Mort. desirable. Call ext. 2497 or 932-3696 after 5. Elem., 1 -75 Univ & VA Hosp. 1112 E. 142 Ave. 977-4833. 1 & 2 BDRM., AC furnished mobile Apts. N Tampa loc. Easy access to USF Mort. Elem., 1-75 Uni v. & VA Hosp ital. 1112 E 142 Ave. 977-4833. HELP WANTED-Salesman part-time during June and full-time beginning July'. Must have some knowledge of hifl and electronics. Apply Radio Shack ';remple Terrace 93P-2971 EXTRA" cash \work today.pay tod" guaranteed work, work when you want long as you want. Seven days a wee'< Apply ready to work. MANPOWER hr E. Busch Blvd., 416 W. 'Kennedy. Hrs. 6 a.m.-6 p.m. r l MISC. FOR SALE j j APTS. & HOUSES BEAUTIFUL Fiowers for all occasions tor i.. TO SHA.RE MEN OR WOMEN wanred tar .. nent part time employment taking inventory in grocery, drug a nd variety stores Reply RGIS Inventory Specialists. Phone: 8793876. best results, call: Thompson's Flower & Gift Shop 2319 w. Linebaugh Ave. 935-8263 COUNSELING OR CLINICAL Psychologist with one year post graduate education and three years in paraprofessional super vision and crisis intervention experience Contact Dr. Ed. Allen 974-2831. 8-TRACK Tape Players for auto $29.95. Menard Pawn & Gift Shop 14038 N. Florida Ave. 935-7743. MUST SELL sofa, chair, huge couch, dinette set and two lamps. Take It all, $100 after six any day 971-4236 or 988-2862. GIVING A PARTY? Let us play the records. 1500 hits to pick from. Professional s!ad ium equipment, handles large crowds. Only $50 for 4 hours. Call 877-1909 after 5 p.m. ask for Ed. GET YOUR SUMMER PET. Small pets, snakes, fresh and salt water fish, birds, and supplies. See us-Exotic Fins. 13516 Florida-off Fletcher 932-6494 Specials with this ad. HOGAN of Silver & Turquoise: Hand made jewelry, made by Navajo, Zuni, & Hopi Indians. Rugs, pottery, baskets & bead work. 251_ 5 E Busch Blvd. Ph: 935-3407. COMICS, paperbacks, Magazines. Well, Buy, Trade. Fiction, Non-fiction, Westerns, Mysteries. Comics for collectors. 9 9 daily. Unique Books 12943 Florida Ave. -UNDERGROUND COMIX Largest selection in Tampa. Over 100 Titles. Survival Bookworks 12303 Nebraska Ave. Open 7 days a week. GUITAR STRINGS Ernie Ball, D Angelico, Gibson, and Martin strings af low, low prices. Survival Bookworks. Corner of 123 Ave and Nebraska. THIS is your LEVI store. We have denim & corduroys in regulars & BELLS. Also boots shirts & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska. WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIER PUPS AKC. Show quality. Tel. 884-8913 2 1 fem. ale KLH LOUDSPEAKERS 5 yr. warranty. Speargun, magnum toploader. Both in excellentcondition. Call Tom, 988-2002 10502 N. 53rd St. Temple Terrace. ( PERSONAi. J KATHY H .. You were the greatest suitemate on yon side of john Love, the Red Creek rota rooter & M iss Cancer stick of 1973. Let me just say-embarrassed? NEED two (2) men or a married couple to live in with disabled Vet. Free rent and utilities. plus compensation commensurate with abilities. Call 971-7684. ( AUTOMOTIVE ) = FUNKY CAR 1960 Comet Dependable; good interior. S150 or best oiler. 971-0982. 1960 OLDSMOBILE. Good condition, dependable transportation. Call 977-5028 after 5 p.m. '67 VW BUG, grn with tan int., radio, push out windows new tires, clean good engine but needs valve job & don't have cash. Nice for transportation. 966-3609 after 7PM or all day week-ends. 1970 vw CONV. canary yellow with black vinyl top and upholstery factory AC, RH, rebuilt engine & new brakes, $1300 or best offer. Call 971-6162. ( 'FOR RENT ) SUMMER AT LA MANCHA DOS. Study & relax at La Mancha Dos this summer. We offer summer quarter contracts for $175 or monthly rate at $75. Make reservations now while summer vacancies left. One blk. from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. ONE BR FURN, cent AC, dishwasher, self cleaning oven, walk-In closet Available June 1. 5143 plus deposit. 971-1458 afters. FURNISHED apt,, new, North Tampa; air conditioned, 1 bedroom, bath, living room, Kitchen, single person only. 585 month. Call now. 235-4311 or 232-0011. FURNISHED Room-A-C, private. home, entrance, bath. Upper leve l, male students. Near USF. 988-7667 2 BR APT; FURN, to share, pvt BR, AC, only 2 mi. from USF, S75 per mo., for summer or longer, call 971-6162 or 'eave note at 903-B E Bougainvillea Ave. People Read Oracle Classifieds ... You Arel 5 lines only $1 Bring: yQur:ad LAl\i 472 JO DAY THE pits THE BIG HEALERS l SWITCHShows Fri. & Sat. Lindell Volkswagen Presents THE MINI-ROLLS FROM $1599 1976 VW Fastback sedan, 4spd, radio, heater very low mllage, stock no. 210Q .1970 1137 Bug, radfo, heater, 4spd, low milage no. 2128 1972 VW 1131, radio, heater, no. 2139 1971 VW 1131, radio, heater, 4spd, no. 2205 1968 VW 1132, auto, radio, heater, very low milage no. 2178 1972 7-passenger radio, heater, very low milage no. 4132-1 1971 Pop-top Camper, radio, heater, air cond, save no. 3040-1 Our Used VW'1 Come Slightly New LINDELL VOLKSWAGEN 3900 W. KENNEDY 872-4841 THE ORACLE-June 14,1973 Franchised Dealer Fast professional repairs on all makes, of bicycles 1220 E. }<.,!etcher Ave. 11: 01u 8:00 am (1:00' pm PJ.!")'\;E 971-2277 HOW ARE YOUR BRAKES?. $67 Tops 4.00Pants .;; off r Hot pants off. Pantsuits 20%-.off off Beks with aily and free munchies, 10024 30th St. 971-2494 open 1, sat. 10 ".' 6 u1 $90 month *FURNISHED APTS. *WALK.TO CLASS *SWIMMING POOLS; TENNIS, REC BLDG S T.V. LOUNGES Reservations now being accepted for next fall and for this summer. Reduced rates for signing early Specific apts. reserved on a 1st come -1st served basis. LAMAXCBA 1 Block from USF on 42nd Phone: 971-0100

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12-THE ORACLE June 14, 1973 \ \ THE WAY TO SHOP IN CENTURY 2 SCOOP! YUMMY "ICE-CREAM" PASTEL FAVORITES ... AT SPRING SAVINGS! TOPS4ss REGULARLY $7 PANTS5ss REGULARLY $9 Yum, yum ... buy 'em-up! Flora I print polyester / cotton tops. Flare pants, in doubleknit acrylic, poly ester / cotton. All washable, too! Not aU styles in all stores Juniors' pants 5-13, tops S, M, L IS WITH YOUR CHARG,;.ALL CARD AT WARDS 9393 Floriland Mall Tampa Busch Blvd. and Florida Ave. Phone 933-6411 Open Mon. -Sat. 10 a.m. to 9 :30 p.m. Sundays 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.


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