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' UNlVERS\l'f Of SOUTH fLOR\Df\ UBRAR't iampa. florida Not Bad University Of South Florida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES M o s t 1 y fair through Tuesday, except for widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers. Winds 8-18 m.p.h. High toda-y 89. Low tonight 68. SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 89 2nd Space Roundup Gets OK By JOHN GULLETT Campus EQUIPMENT ON LOAN All equip late registration fee. The forms are ment on loan from the Divi;lon o! Edu available at the information desks in cational Resources must be returned at the Administration Building and the the end of the semester (June 11) for University Center, in the Office o the periodic maintenance. The equipment Assistant o the Evening will be re-Issued as needed for the Sessions (AD 1027) and In the Regis summer semester. For further lnfor-trar' s Office. mation concerning the maintenance PAPER COSTS UP-A recent 2 to 3 schedule. caU Educatlonal Resources per cent Industry-wide increase In the (ext. 231). cost of paper will be reflected in print DIREC'I:ORY CHANGES Barnes, ing and paper costs at USF. Madelyn W., Mrs., 12207 N. Armenia, SCHOLARSHIP LOANS Recipients 932-7802. Crickenberger, Margaret F . , of the state general scholarship loans Route 1 , Box 110. Dunn, Donald D . , for teachers who desire scholarship aid 51ll Suwannee. Houghton, Lea M., for the summer session must obtain a Mrs. , AD 2042, President, 111. Jarvis, scholarship loa n note from the Unlver Russell L . , Groundsman I , Physical sity Cashier's Office (AD 1037). These Plant 114 AD lOU 3402 Cord Street notes mus t be completed and presented 241 . Nee!, Bln'nie J . , Mrs., 21S at the time students register for the West 101 Street, 9356660. Nee!, Richard summer s ession. E .. 218 West 101 Street, 935-6600. E D UCATION PROBLEMS-The func Womble. Norman K.. Technical Asst.. ion of the Committee on Educational Machine Services, 169, AD 1005, Sth & Problems as stated by the University Palmetto St. , Ilighland City, MU 6 -5608. Senat e is "to hear any complaints Deletions: Cardwell, Thomas I .• Stnardi, rom students, faculty or staff about Glenda S . • teaching, programs and re AAUP l\IEET-The USF chapter of late d matters." All petitions to the AAUP will hold its regular monthly committee will be confidential and business meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday, should be submitted in writing to the May 24, ln the conference room of the chairman .. S . McArthur, or committee starr lounge in the Library. The matn members C . Kiefer, D . Harkness, R . theme of business will be electi(>n of Fuson, or the student member to be olficers and a report on the last Board e lected rom the University Senate. of Control meeting. The petitioner may request that any BIOLOGY SEMINAR-The third and member of the committee be dlsquali last of the present series of biology fled from reviewinJI his complaint. s e m i n a r s will be hel d at 1 p .m. Recommendations on problems present Wednesday, May 23, LS235 . Dr. Frank ed will be referred to appropriate Friedl will speak on "Submoleculal" units with or without identification of Biology," All interested person s are In individuals, organization s or groups, as vited. the judgment o the committee and the FALL TRIMESTER-The Registrar's p etitioner dictates. Office plans to have the fall trimester WITHDRAWALS-Jerry Edward Ad schedul e of c lasses availabl e May 28, cock, Clyde T . Bolch , Raul J . Brana, allowing onl! week plu s final exam James H. Crozier, GUbert Morales, Ted wee k for students to meet with ad Edward Russell, John Carter Searcy, visers to plan all programs. Junior. Under th e new approach whereby the FILM CLASSIC-"Cyrano de Ber advising and registering are being gerac" wUI be presented in the Film daa; May 23, they register. Students will nee d these SUMMER ADDRESSES -Students schedules or admission to the UC whose summer addresses wUJ diEfer Ballroom for registration. Hours for from their present addresses should reg i stering for student s who are con fil e a change of addreos with the Unl t inuing in school are 8 a . m . to 1 2 noon verslty Post Office. Cards may be ob on July 18, 25; Aug. 1 ; and Sept. 4, 5. tained at the Post Oice in the UC . Students must pay as they register. REGISTRAR'S OFFICE-Thi s Office Full instructio n s will be released with made an error in the announcement the class schedules. which was submjtted for last week's SCHOOL-The deadline !or student paper. It should have saicl the fillng an Intent to Attend Summer hours for reaistration for students who f;choo l form is June 1. By !illn g this are continuing in school are 8 1 2 (not form on time persons planning to at 1) on July 18, 25, Aug. 1 , Sept. • lend summer scbool will save the $S and s . Sincerely, S /F, H. Spain Jr. TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS SPACE--AGENCY OK's WORK-STUDY TEAMS First Students . Little Man On Campus Report June 18 o_..l IMAGE OF PROF How Do . You Rate Your Professors?


•• .!'Personal_!y his! FATHER'S DAY JUNE 17th For "Dress and Play" • • , new Manhattan Short Sleevers (with the Dress 'n Play collar) is a Dails delight on Father's Day. The collar's always comfort able .•• always "right". And, Dails new Manhattan Shirt comes in skin caressing batiste, elite oxford cloth or washday wonderful no iron broadcloth. PLUS •• Eggner-Diaz will personalize Daif s Manhattan Shirt with the Monogram of your choice ••• Free, of course. M a n h a t t a n Short Sleeve Shirts in 4 col lar styles and de lightful price groups. $4.95 $5.95 BRITTON PLAZA NORTH GATE EASTGATE 928 W. BAY DRIVE Largo I. THE TIMES, Monda!', Mat 21, 1962 HOLLYWOOD MYSTERY -OR PUBLICITY PLOT Actress Silent on Marriage By BOB THOMAS that her silence is a kind of only too eager to point out the stars' mistakes up to the AP' Movie-Television Writer reverse-publicity gimmick their human failings. light as if to say, 'I'm not so HOLLYWOOD, May 21-Why (h t • th "There have been three bad after all; look what they er men or 1s e same canny phases of treating movie stars did,!' . I think .wrong to would a film actress want to chap who impelled Jayne in Hollywood. At first there m that and I m P u z z 1 e d acres of press everythmg H 11 d 't t d ' th ase Wh y tt h t realistic. ADVERl'ISEMENT o ywoo as 1 s u 1es e c at does ve e ave o say "Then there came a time of Yvette Mimieux. She is one about the whole thing? when the stars were made to of the town's most promising "Apparentlly you are mar-seem like everyone else. That young actresses. She also apried," I offered as an opening wasn't very clamorous. pears to be quite married. gambit. "The pr.esent. to She is reliably reported to "Whether that is apparent or bthe a deknhght m PdOinting ouft not is up to you " she said wide e wea esses an errors o have wed a psychology teacher eyed. ''I can't • help you with stars. It is all so destruc-named Evan Engber years it " tlve. Stop Bad Breath ago Yvette has refused to con B t h 11 th b t "People seem to want to hold u w y a e secrecy a ou __ _:. ___ firm or deny. This despite the a matter which most people are PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Sweetens Mouth..Siomach 3 Times Faster Certified laboratory tosls prove BELLANS hb• lets neutralize 3 times as much stomach acidity In one minute as many leading digestive t.tbltls. Gel BELLANS today for the fastest relief. 35# at druggists. Snd postal to BELL ANS, Orangeburg, N.Y. for liberal free sample. fact that Engber visited her on happy to tell about? She ex-Hawaiian locations for "Diaplained: mond Head" a n d "I feel very strongly about calls, for her at C o 1 u m b 1 a this. I have seen people in this Studios. . town destroyed by living their There has been conJecture lives in public. If it comes to the point where I have to do 86 Cubans Set that, I'll quit acting. I hope I don't have to do that, because I S I love to act. For ett ement "But more important than h • that is my self-respect, my In Was •ngton own sense of dignity. If I can't preserve that, then all MIAMI, May 21 IUPD-Eightythe rest doesn't niean any. six Cuban refugees were schedthing." uled to fly to Washington to-Yvette opined that the Roman morrow for resetUement in the ruckus of Elizabeth Taylor con-nation's capital. firmed her beliefs. The Cubans were to be greet"It was so blown up by pub ed by Secretary .of Health, Edulicity," she said. "Or even if and Welfare it did the way it ap Rib1coff and .welfare officials peared, it didn't deserve all ..• when they arrive at 12:35 p.m. that attention. Things like that VOTE MAY 29 TO RE-ELECT Qualified Experienced Marvin GREEN for Stability ancl --Matf.!rity Soard of Public lnsfrucfion lAWYER • WORLD WAR II VETERAN • LEGIONNAIRE The Cubans are another con-happen every day with other tingent leaving the huge re!upeople. But it happened gee 'colony here for to movie stars, the press was in other areas where more JOb .. iiiiliiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiij_----opportunities are available. HARD OF HEARING? -(AP Wirephoto) OVERFLOW KENNEDY CROWD . Another group of -86 will fly to Boston Tuesday for settlement in the Boston, Everett, Melrose, Hudson, Natick, Dor chester, Rockport and Andover areas. IMPORTANT NEWS FOR YOU An overflow crowd sits on West 49th St. qutside Madison S quare Garden, where President Kennedy was addressmg an estimated .15,000 elderly New York ers in support of his medical plan for the aged. An estimated 2,000 were seated here and on fire escapes. The flights are being spon sored by the International Res cue Committee, Jewish Social Service Agency, Council of Churches and local c h u r c h HEARING UNIT MADE CLEAR Do you have trouble unWITH THIS TINY SOUND derstanding with a hear inn instrume111t? Deaths in T ampci, Elsewhere groups. The problem of relocating the thousands of Cubans who come here to escape Dictator Fidel Castro came up for discussion here last week at the National Conference of Mayors. BEN HOWARD JARVIS . pa for 50 years. Survivors are pa for seven years. Mr. Oldham Many Of the city official!i Ben Howard Jarvis, 51 , of one daughter, Mrs. E. W. (Verna) was of II. pledged help in relocating the 8518 46th St died yesterday McMillan, Tampa; three sons, Survivors mclude h1s Widow, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijl t Tampa after suf-Robert V. Clothier, G. Isabell M. Oldham, Tampa; 11 : !'g 11 n e s s Clothier, Clyde W . Clothier, all h1s mother, Mrs. Margaret Olderm I mber of Tampa; 13 grandchildren, one ham; a daughter, Mrs. Sara great-grandson, one brother, Eicher, and a James 0 f D than Ala Frank Hayden, Largo, Fla.; and Oldham, all of Elizabeth, Pa. i;; several nieces and nephews. and interment H i 1 1 s b 0 rwill be m Harrisburg, Pa. J. C. GROSS o u g h Joseph Carl Gross, 79, of 3714 WILLIAM D . PERRY Cocktails Served . most of his life. Kensington Ave. , :rampa, died William Dewey Perry, 6o, of All Major Credit Cards He was e .mploted Sunday morning m a Tampa 3424 E. Hillsborough, died Sat Honored BERN'S STEAK HOUSE ,::.. . ':II ,, ,, ::.. . . -:-;,. -'\' /,.,.,.,,,\ (actual size) Try this tiny sound attenuator designed to eliminate outside noise and help you to under$ t a n d conversation m o r e ele<\rly. Have this wonderful sound control attenuator fitted to your own hearing unit. HURRY A.LL THIS WEEI{ EXAMINATION AND DEMON FREE HEARING TEST WITH THIS STitATION BY SPECIALISTS ANNOUNCEMENT. IN THE PRI . YACY OF YOUR OWN HOME OR TRAINED IM AUDIOMETRY. IN OUR OFFICES • COME IN, PHONE OR WRITE TODAY by Amencal'!an hospital. A native of Germany, urday in a Tampa hospital. A Serving Monday-Sat. S.JZ PM Hours: Co. forsn Ii n e he had resided in Tampa for the native of Alabama, he had lived Sunday SlO:SO P.M. 9 Daily 811 CITIZENS BUILDING urv P.ast three years. He was !ehere for 20 years and was man-1 n. 1 u d . . ,, tired from the construction ager of a trailer park. He is sur1208 s. Howard Ph. 9 " 8 P.M.. 7T0A6MFRPAAN,KFLILNOSRTIRbEAET DAHLBERG HEARING SERVICE Air Conditioned w I ? w, r s. . business and was a member of vived by his widow Mrs. Ethel or 252-3891 Mon. Be r. t 1 e M a e Jarvis Trinity Lutheran Church. He is Perry of Tampa a' sister Mrs. 4 Blks. N. aayshore Royal Hotel Closed Sat. Phone 223 Tampa; one son, Ben survived by his widow, Mrs. Marcia Bowen 'of Jarvis Jr.; one stepson, To}btert Julia E. Gross, Tampa; one son, Ala his stepmother Mrs Mazy H . Cowart! one 515 er, Harry I. Gross, Riverside, Calif.; of Albertville: Ala.; three Mrs. Robbie C. Pla;t two daughters, Mrs. Mable A. half-sisters Mrs Margie StepleCity;_ fHo ullr brodt eCrsl,'f. oRe 1 h. O'Leary, Schenectady, N.Y., and ton, :tv.rrs. Mallazzo Jarv1s, o ywoo , a I • a P Mrs Gertrude V Morales of d Mr I p t 11 f Jarvis Hollywood Calif . Tom . . t . Mr K th an s. magene am er, a o . , • . •. . Tampa; two SIS ers, s. a -Alabama. Jarvis, Fla., William erine Lincoln, Schenect!idY, .and C. Jarvis, Tampa: one grand-one sister of Ballston Spa, N.Y.; MRS. CLAIDIA C. POLK daughter,. two grandsons, and four grandchildren and one Mrs. Claidia c. Polk, 66, of several meces and nephews. great-grandchild. 13031 Gulf Lane, Madeira Beach, MRS. CORA CLO'!HIER GEORGE EMMETT OLDHAM died in W.inter Haven. Mrs. Cora A. Clothier, 76, of L native of Florida she had 8118 Alaska St., died Saturday George Emmett Oldham, been a resident of Madeira In a Tampa hospital. A native of 1201 A Blvd., died Beach for 13 years. Mrs. Polk of Maine, she had lived in Tam-Sunday m a was. a member of Seminole =....===:..:..:..=..::.._:..:..:._,..----hospital. A nahv_e of Qharleo:1, Church of Christ. She is sur• Pa., a former of. Harns-vived by a son, R. Brooks Polk Funeral Notices burg, Pa., hehad lived m Tam-of Columbia, Mo.; two daughBURTON. MARK scorr _ Funeral ters, Mrs. Finley C. Knight of services for Mark Scott Burton, 2'h Bryant Says Tampa, Mrs. D. Kenneth Rowe . of Winter Haven; two brothers, who accidentally drowned Saturday J • S • I C. B. Wolfe and W. W. Wolfe afternoon, will "!>e conducted Tuesday ripS trlct y of Milton, Fla.; five grandchil dren; several n i e c e s and 3419 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. State Business nephews. c. L. Overturf, pastor of the Nebras-----------ka Avenue Church or ChJ1st. offlciat TALLAHASSEE May 21 IUPD ing. Survivors include hts pa rents, • Mr. and Mrs. Harvey V. Burlon Sr. -Gov. Farris Bryant said today of Tampa; three brothers, Harvey Jr .• Michael, and Richard Burton, all of that his out-of-state trips are Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Harriet t tl t t b t 1 t Clark, Miss Elaine Burlon, Miss s riC Y s a e usmess-:-a eas Frances Burton, all of Tampa. Inter 99 per cent of the time. ment will follow in Garden of Mem . " orles Cemetery. In his weekly Ask the Gov-Tampa Woman, Mrs . Phillips, Dies at 104 CLOTWER, MRS. CORA A.-Mrs . Cora ernor" show, taped for radio and Mrs. Emma J. Phillips, one A. Clothier, 76, of BUB Alaska St., television broadcast, Bryant said of Tampa's oldest residents, r.assed away Saturday. Funeral serv h' . E 1 t ces will be held Tuesday morning at IS trip to urope as summer died last night in a local 10:30 from the Chapel of the F. T. was not solely at taxpayers' ex-nursing home. She was 104. Blount Co Funeral Home with Rev. lth h • t f th Glen E. Marshall, paslor of the First pense, a oug 1 was or e1r The widow of Charles W. Church of God, olficiathw. Interment benefit. Phillips, who died in 1911 at will be In the Myrtle Hill Cemetery. . y M Ph'l]' Pallbearers will be: Arendol D. Bryant added that no Flonda Brooklyn, N. ., rs. 1 Ips Rawls; A . F. Farrell. Jack Farrell, expense was involved in his re-had made her home for the Julian Lake, Roy Peterson, and J. B. t t f J 'th th N past 31 years with Mr. and Allee. cen our o apan WI e a coumA, ANGELO c. _ Funeral serv tional Governors' Mrs. R. G . Standerwick of ices for Mr. Angelo c. Gl!lda, 76, of The governor also satd his 3227 Fountain Blvd. 3211 Abdella will be held Monday at travels around the state give A native of East Boston, 4 p . m . from the A. P. Boza Nebraska . . M Mr Phil]' 1' d Chapel with Interment In him an opporturuty to know the ass., s. lPS IVe m Cemetery. Survivors Include his Wld wishes of the people and give Lynn, Mass., and Brooklyn, ow, Mrs. Teresa Guida; 3 sons, Frank ' b f g t T F.. Angelo, and Sam Guida; one the people a chance to present e ore comm o ampa. brother, Tony Guida; two sisters , their petitions and ideas to him She was a life member of Mrs. Ana Sierra and Mrs. Sara A G ta Chapter Order Fordham and two grandcbUdren. urora ra Pallbearers: Tony Guida, Frank and ( t L• of Eastern Star, Brooklyn, Tony Sierra. Joe Benny onere e IOn and over a 50-year member Giglio, and Joe Campm . of Myrtle RebE'CCa Lodge of .TONEs, MRs. ANNIEBELLHauled Away Lynn. Survivors three services for Mrs. AnnieBell Jones, 44, great nieces. resident of 3315 St. Conrad St., who City police today were huntpassed away Saturday will be held p Monday afternoon at 4 p.m. from ing for a life-size, 500-pound, concrete lion which was re Baxter Evans, to officiate. Interment ported stolen from the front in Rose Hill cemetery. Pallbearers: lawn of Mrs. Edna Davis, 67, of 202 E . Rampart St. Apple, Paul Apple. Patrolman B. Anderson quoted Mrs. Davis as saying the lion was stolen sometime between "Pat" L. Patterson, 66, of Gibsonton Saturday night and Sunday aft!fJd"fie ernoon. Anderson tracks this afternoon at 4 o'clock from around whe


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