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University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 22 Student Court Is Aim By JERRY KAPLAN Judo Club Wins Speech Award-Again Professor Alma J . Saretl presided last Thursday at the awards convocation honoring those stu dents who earned dis tinction in the recentl y con cluded Intramural Speech Co n test. Dr. Sarett pre s en t e d individual award s to Clay ton Keiser , radio speak in g; Robert Helgeson, extemporan eous speaking; Steve Nall, manuscript speaking; and Phil Morron, oral interpretation of poetry. Nall and Marron read their prize winning entries for the audience. The Lew Sarett Memorial Award , a sweepsta ke s trophy given to the org anization earn i ng most points in the intramural conte s t, was presente d to the J u do Clu b by Mrs. Sarett for the secon d straight year. CARL ZIGROSSER 'Meet Author' Jampa Hodding Carter Wed .• March 6, 1:25 p.m. TAMPA , FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1963 PRICE FIVE CENTS USF Foundation LaUnches New Mem bership D • r1ve Pollsters Call For Scholarships, Loans, Recreation Among Aims of Funds Raised Little Man on Campus I Hadassah Presents Scripture Students may direct their con tributions to any of the follow ing funds : Unrestricted Fund (to be used where the need is greatest) , Scholarship Fund, Loan Fund, Library Enrichment Fubd, and Research Fund. nors will receive an automobile windshield decal identifying them as foundation members. Under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, gifts to foundation of publicly sup• ported colleges and universities qualify for up to 30 per cent current income tax deductions. ln addition to the student body and staff, parents and friends are invited to become members. As An Investment . Couples interested in arrange ments for future financial se curity may contribute property or funds now with the stipula tion that tbe foundation age or invest the properties or funds , paying income to the couple, and then to the survivor for life. The foundation may be named as residuary ciary of a which may be By KAY KEATING established either through a Wednesday, Feb. 27, Mrs. bank or directly. Testamentary Samuel S . Fraiberg, library deiignated either chairman of the Tampa Chapcif1c or unrestncted, t f H d h r e t d t are also sohc1ted by the founder o a , p es n e o ation. the USF library a. bound copy Education , both private and of the Holy Scnptures. The public, must be given priority volume had been inscribed by of the highest order, according the members of Hadassah and to President John S. Allen. a local professional group. [ : 'The great public universities . . m the country have achteved . was the. f1rst prcsentadistinction through a combinatiOn m a s e r 1 e s wh1ch the \ tion of state support and Tampa Chapter will make to vate gifts the university over the coming a.nd corporat10ns, he s a1d .. The Y'ears. The current program indemand strom: . I tramed men and women , great eludes a. of 50_ to schools , and educated young USF. Th1s lS the !trst contmupeople. Voluntary financial sup ing program of this type begun port of higher education is not by Hadassah in the United alms, it is investment."


Tim TAMP A TIM)i:S Monday, March 4, 1963 17 Die In ACROSS Crossword Puzzle 46 TerminoTs ,...-48 Merchant Deaths in the Tampa Area Florida Accidents By The Associated Press F 1 or i d a weekend accidents claime d at least 17 lives, the highest fatality toll recorded for a 1963 weekend. Four died in plane crackups, two drowned and three were struck while walking beside r o a d w a y s. The rest died in motor vehicle mishaps. Plane crashes took the lives of James W. Roewert of Tampa, a veteran pilot, and Arthur L. McMann of Winter Haven Sun day, and Charles Schafer and Ran d o I p h Daniels, both o.f Marathon Satu;rday. 1 Health 50 Imprint resorts 51 Jam S Roman 52 Conodion goddess of river the hearth 55 Semites 10 .Center Ca lifornia 14 Song from town Gershwin's 61 A com"Show Girl" position for 1 5 Donger two persignal formers 16 Berserk. 62 Man 's nome 17 English 63 Negotiate university 64 Gre ek porch 18 Juggle 65 A ssu mes 20 Pigeon house 66 Near, M i d 22 Hardens on. d For 8 R U C E R I S E N E V E NT A NT E 8 E E R S E R S 9 Electrical unit 10 Indian 23 Footwear 24 Ruthless 25 Grudges 28 Simulation 67 f-etor Curtis p eace pipes 11 General Bradley (vor . ) 32 --Yutong, Chinese outhor 33 Four: comb. form 35 Stable , 36 Certain singer 38 Gloom 40 Bone of Los DOWN Snow vehicle 2 Century plant fiber (or.) 3 Arm of the Block Sea 4 Most rational 5 Leaves 12 Fixed rout ine 13 Pieces out 19 Groups 21 Newcoster Huntley 24 Standing 25 Bongs 26 Aviato r 27 Within: prefix 28 Baby 34 Express gratitude 37 Breakfast cerol s 39 Beginners 42 Deceivers 44 Uniteresting 47 Festooned 49 In the middle 51 Slav 52 Hastened 53 Patron saint of sailors 54 Marbling 55 Sweetsop 56 Sedan 57 Element JOSEPH M. TIDWELL Joseph M . Tidwell, 63, of 6004 50th St. , died Saturday afternoon in a Tampa hospital. A native of Alabama, moving to Brooksville, Fla., in 1931 and coming to Tampa nine years ago. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors in clude; his widow, Mrs. Joseph M. Tidwell , Tampa; two sons, Doris Robert Tidwell , Tampa and Ceeil Tidwell. Wyandotte, Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. Mazie Spivey, Tampa; three sisters, Mrs. Velma Barrington, Dade City, Mrs. Ritta Ballard, Anda lusia, Ala., a n d Mrs. Mattie Golden, Goshen , Ala.; 16 grand children and one great-grand chil d. 1\IRS. NANCY LYNN Mrs. Nancy Jane Lynn, 87 , 5102 Clewis , died Saturday morning iA.a Tampa hospital. A native of Mobile, Ala., Mrs. Lynn had lived in Tampa for 53 years. Survivors include her husband, J. W. Lynn of Tampa; one daughter, Mrs. B. 'E. Jones of Tampa, and several nephews and nieces. MRS. CLARA HENRY I ELBERT H. COOK SR. Mrs. Clara Henry, 70, of 303 Elbert H. Cook Sr., 57, o f St., died at a hosRoute 2, Lutz, died yesterday p1tal Sunday !llormng. Mrs. at his home A native of Palm-Henry was a natlve of Paterson, N.J., and for the last 11 years etto, Ga., he had been a resi-made Tampa her home. Surdent of Lutz for the past two vivors include one son, Robert years. He was a member of the Henry Jr. of Tampa; two. daughBaptist Church. He is survived ters, Mrs. Clara Van Z1le and . . . Mrs. Dorothy Gavin, both of by h1s w1dow, Mrs. Salhe Cook , Tampa and seven grandchildren. Lutz; one son, Elbert H. Cook JOSE ESPINA BALBIN Jr., Temple Terrace; two daugh-Jose Espina Balbin, 82 , of 305 ters, Mrs. _H. T. Choate and Mrs. 20th Ave., North Indian Rocks I. W. Srruth, bo t h of Lutz; one Beach, a native of Spain, died sister, Mrs. Minie Russell, DeSunday afternoon in a Tampa Land, and seven grandchildren. hospital. He was a former resiADVERTISEMENT dent of Tampa for many years, retiring. to live in Indian Rocks Wn Beach. He was in the dairY busiy ness in Tampa for many years. He was a member of the-Centro Asturiano Club and Universal Can't VQU Lodge, No. 178, F&AM, He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Maria Espina; one son, Jack R b Balbin:. three brothers, emem er Franc1sco Espma of Tampa, Manuel Espina of Cuba and A noted publisher in Chicago Jacinto Espina of Spain and one reports there is a simple tech-grandchild. nique for acquiring a powerful PEDESTRIANS k iII e d in cluded Charles Mushweck, 60 of Miami, killed Sunday, and two struck Saturday. They wexc nine-year-old Ernestine Wise of Fort Lauderd1_1le and 66-year-old Mary Crocker of Vero Beacil. Noah Edward Farmer, 21, a sailor from Brundidge, Ala., was killed Sunday night when his motorcycle skidded, bounced and slammed into a palm tree. Angeles <4 1 Virtuous 43 Improve 45 Stowe quickly: sl. 6 Please 7 Reasonable 8 Three: carriages 29 Titled 30 A spice 31 English ' found in the atmosphere 58 Remain 60 Depression era agency: in it. MRS. BERNICE PEISLOCK MRS. MARIA DI PIETRA can pay. you M B G p 1 k 64 . . . real dividends m both busmess comb. rs. ermce . e1s oc , , Mrs. Mana D1 79, of and social advancement and 835 Alton St., East Livetpool, 2908 18th St., a nat1ve of Italy ks lik character form composer Ohio , died Saturday morning in and a resident of Tampa for the wor . e magic to giVe you a Tamp'a hospital. A native of last 53 years, died Sunday after-added poiSe, Mrs.. Peislock noon in a hospital. She is sur-fidence was a v1s1tor to Flonda. S h e vived by two sons, Paul and Accordmg to this was a retired pottery maker. Domenick Di Pietra; four daugh-many people do not realiZe ters, Mrs. R osalia Bedaml , Mrs. how much they could influence Rose Capitano, Mrs. Pauline others simply by remembering Gispert and Mrs. Mary Laz -accurately everything they see, zara; one brother , Giuseppe hear or read. Whether in busiBusc iglio ; 19 grandchildren and ness' at social functions or even Other Sunday m is h a p s claimed the lives of Carl Cortes Waits, 50, who drowned when his car slipped into a 15 foot Miami canal, and Asa Barth Iemas, 60, killed in a collision in Miami. IN SATURDAY traffic acci dents: MISS HILDA JANE GUFFEY PLANT CITY (Special)-Miss Hilda Jane Guffey, 27, 904 N. Dtane St., died at her :ttome Saturday night. She is sur vived by her p arents, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Guffey ; sister, Miss Sandra Kay Gu ffey; brotheT, Bobby Dallas Guffey, all of Plant City; ml).ternal grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Guenter, Brooksville, Ala. 12 great-grandchildren. in easual conversations with MRS. v. A . DARROCH new acquaintances, there are LAKELAND :••: :••: \: : a • •••••••••• BRAND . all-purpose cotton seconds if regular 2 89c yard yds. SJ HENDERSON BLVD. Come to Belk's for sensational savings on a sensational selection of fashion-famous Indian Head 100% cottons! It's a money-saving way for you to make beautiful dresses, skirts, sportswear, curtains and many other home-sewing favorites at a fraction of their regular cost. Best of all, the imperfections are so slight you'd think these fabrics were flawless! Come in today! Get your yardage while our stock lasts! Fabric$ 2nd Floor , HENDERSON BLVD. SHOPPING CENTER 0+ .. E Winnin g fashion twosome .•• WATER COLOR STRIPE SHIRT and GOLF BERMUDA Here's a pair that can't fail to improve your fashions score. The roll sleeve, convertible collar shirt is a delicious blending of vivid new pastels woven in satiny stripes on a white ground. White Stag finishes it with a ehirttail hem so you can wear it under or over the trim Sanforized-Pluse Riviera Cloth Golf Bermuda with self belt, fly front, hack pleated pocket and two side pockets. 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. IN EAST HILLSBOROUGH While Others Talk, Merchants Tackle Revitalization Problem By LEO NARD B R OWN Times Staff Writer While leading citizens , city o f f i c i a I s and professional planners are groping w i t h Plant City's downtown revitalization problem, a few merchants have quietly embarked on their own grassroots revitalization program. The old marquee has been removed from White's Central Pharmacy at Reynolds and Collins Streets, and will be replaced with a redesigned one to match t hat of Hooker's Department S t o r e at the other end of the C o II i n s Street block. The front of Barker's Dry G o o d s Store, adjacent to Whites, is being remodeled. A major remodeling job has a I m o s t been completed at Hooker' s, where a mezzanine has been created, the interior 111\GJJJt BOKliJlU MARCH Is bargain month. So march on down and read the pric e t ags on our Baldwin-built pianos and or g ans, new a n d u sed. We took lots of tra d e-in s during B a ldwin's C entenn i al Y ea r. Compl e t e ly r e condition ed, these li ke-ne w i n st rum ents are a v a il able at low pri ces . Shop and s e e b e f o r e M a rch 3 1. refurbished, and the front re-becue celebration in their vamped. honor Wednesday sent East Scaffolding has be e n re-Hillsborough County Chammoved from Edenfield' s Ap-ber of Commerce officials t o pliances, at Evers Stree t and the files for a check on this Drane Street South, revealing season' s tourist acti vity. a larg e area where brick has They found that since Nov. been knocked out and a dis-1, ther e have been 1 , 257 mail play window will be put in. inquiries from p ersons interOwner Jay Edenfield said he ested in visiting the city, and is also remodeling the inte260 queries by visitors to the r ior, installing a new lighting chamber. system and ceiling. There were approximatel y In the Drane Street display 600 winter vis ito r s w h o window is a poster that reads: showed up for the celebra-Another S i g n of Progress. tion, and chamber manager We 're on the Go in pI ant Dick Prewitt said: "This has City. been, by far, t h e best tourist The H o t e I Plant is also year Plant City has ever expe-sprucing up in a big way, with _r_i_e_n_c_ed_ . _ " ________ _ a waterproofing and exterior paint job under way. C OUNTY AND STATE offi cials w i 11 get an earful of what Brandon hopes and expects from them at the annual Presidents' Roundtable d i n n e r meeting at Harris' R e s t a u r a n t in Brandon W e dnesday. It starts at 6:30 p . m . THE BRANDON Chamber of Commerc e will hear a presentation on the proposed University of Tampa Foundation at the chambe r ' s regular monthly meeting Thursday , at 11:30 a . m . at Harris' Restaurant. Speaker will be Colby A rmstrong, vic e president of Merchants Association of Greater Tampa. THE Plant City Police Department i s ready with some h ospitality for the "visiting firemen" -Tampa, county, s t a te and railroad law enforcement men-due in the city tomorrow to h e 1 p out with the Hillsborough County Fair' s grand parade. S g t . Gerald Thompson said doughnut s , cookies, c o f f e e and soft d rinks will be serve d to the "reinforcements," who will include 15 Tampa policem e n . THE BIG TURNOUT of Plant C i t y tourists for the city's games, dancing and bar-ART in STEAKS Cocktails S e rved All Major Credil Cofda Mon.-Bat. 5-12; sun. 5 -10:30 p.m., Terrace Seeks Plumbing Inspector TEMPLE TERRACE -This city ' s sewer and water improve me_nt system is calling for appomtment of a plumbing inspector for the first time in i ts history. County commissioners hav e authorized preparation of a resolution to authorize the city to employ a plumbing inspector a n d to m a k e inspections of plumbing work. In the meantime the city attorney is preparing an emergency ordinance to provide for appointment of a plumbing Inspector and for the establis hment of a $3 fee for issuanc e of a plumbing permit to be paid by the property owner. The f i r s t hookups to the sewer sys tem are expected to be made in the next two weeks in the southside of the city. . Until. a plumbing inspector ts appointed, the resident eng i neer for the sewer project Andrew Hall, is expected to the inspection s of plumbing hookups. Up to the present, T emple Terrace has relied on the county for this service. P lumbing permits have been secured from the county courthouse, and inspectors would schedul e a time for their approval runs. Tampan Dies In Plane Crash The crash of a private plane near Port Charlotte h a s claimed the lives o f a Tampa man and a Winter H a v e n man. Dead were Jame s W . Roewert, 1126 Eau Claire Circle and Arthur L . McMann o f ter Have n. McMann w a s pilo tm g a plane owned by Washburn Land Clearing C o . , w ith Roe wert a s passen ger. TAMPA MUSIC CO., Inc. BERN•s STEAK HOUSE 1208 South H o ward Phone 2 53-93ij2, 252-3891 The cras h o ccurred ea r l y Saturday in an isolate d co r n e r of the Port Cha rlotte H o usin g d evelopment. 5109 FLORIDA PH. 236 t Blka . N . Ba7shore Ro7al Bote! The crash was located Sun day after a search by Civil Air Patrol pl11Jles. ADVERTISEMENT --------fNew Denture .. , Invention For p e o p l e w i th b o t h "uppers• a n d " l o w ers" The bi g diff e r e n ce b e tw ee n n atu ral teeth and d e n tures is in per formance. Now this differe nce is s m a ll e r du e to a n e w inv enti o n . Natural teeth a r e held solidl y in pl ace h y livin g connecti v e tiss u e. W ithout c onn ective tiss u e, eve n the mo s t eKpen s i ve d e nture s may s lip and r o ck. Gums often get raw and s ore. Con stant rubb ing m ay ca use s eri o u s b o n e d a m age . Eatin g ca n b e s low and diffi c ult. Y ou s p eak l ess clearl y. You d are not l a u gh for fear of d e ntur es dropping do wn . N o w c h e mists have dev e loped a n artificial conn ective memb rane FIXODENT. It c onnec t s d entures with gum s and mouth surfaces . It is inc r e dibl y effec ti ve for both up p ers and low ers. FlXODENT's e lasti c me mb ra n e a b sorb s the s h ock of b i ti ng a n d che w ing p r ot ects gum s from b ruis ing • FLOR I DAS G REAT How,, and irritation. You eat fa ster-bite hard er, withou t pain-and enjo y yo u r f o od m ore. You may e a t the hard to -c h e w food s your bod y craves like stea k s, frui ts, v egeta bl es t hu s preve n ting "de n ture malnu t r itio n ,'' a proble m o f old e r p e opl e . FlXODENT h elps y ou s p ea k easie r with out tiring-fast er, more cl ear ly, wi thout s lurrin g . Wh e n d e ntur es s lip you uncon scio us l y h old them in pl ace with to ngue and c h eek mu s cl es tha t tire and a c h e unbear ably . F I XODENT h e lps pre vent m u sc l e strain. The s p ecial penc il point dispense r e n a ble s you to s pot FIXODENT with p r ecis ion-no s pillin g -no oo zing o ver. FlXODENT usu all y l asts round t h e cl ock, r esists hot drink s, a l co h olic b e v e ra ges. Get F I XODENT at all drug counters. Whe n mouth tis s u es ch ang e , see y our d e n tis t. IDhr Wampa Wimr!l "BEST READI NG IN THE HOME EVERY EVENING" Phon e 229-7777-E x t. 347-C i r c ulat i on D e pt. Negro lniured In Explosion On Trawler An explosion in the galley o f a docked Hookers Point shr i m p boa t has i njured a 34-year-old T ampa Negro. John H. Mciver, 1308 Hooke r s P oint, w a s reporte d in fair con dition at Clar a Frye Hospita l suffering from burns. H e was in t h e galley of the trawler " Ni g h t H awk" w h e n a c ook stove explode d early Sunday. The ext e rior of the trawler was undamage d , but t h e interior of the cabin and galley w e r e scorch e d. 'D eath of Salesman• Ticke t s Go on Sal e Ticke t s g o on sale toda y for " Death of a Salesman" at the box office o f the T ampa Com muni t y Theater in Dre w Park , N . Hubert and W . Alva. Ticke t window will b e open from n oon to 3 p .m. thro u g h the end of the play's run Saturday . The Arthur Mille r Pulitzer Prize drama will open W e dnesda y for f our evenings. Ti c kets are a lso on sal e at Gourlie's down t o w n music s tore. At The C ente r s MONDAY Gary Center-Te<>n d ance, 7 p . m . C learfield Center Beginners' adult CenterP hysicall y handicapped c lub , 7 p . m . Ponce DeLeon CenterT e e n progr a m , 7 p.m. Hunt Ce nter-Teen ni& ht , 7 p . m.; Tyro rifle clu b ( 9 12), 6 p. m . ; Junio r r ine c l u b , 6 p . m . DeSoto Center-Pr e -teen party, 1 p . m . North B oulevard Commu n ity Center Beginners square dance c lass, 8 p.m.; beginners' b ridge, 7:30 p . m . Semino l e H eights Community Ce nter -Beginners' square d a nce class, 8 p.m.; chess club, 7 p.m . ; judo, b e ginners (6-50), 6 p.m.; a dvanced {614) , 7 p . m.; m e n a n d b oys (14 a n d older), 8 p . m.; w o m e n's p hysical fitness, 5 :3 0 p.m. Ande r s on Center Adult d a nce, 7 :3 0 p . m . Grant Par k Com munity Ce nterTum bli n g c lass <914 ) , 8 p . m. ; boys ' activ ity club, 6:30 p . m . Interbay Commun ity Center-Inter medi a t e square d a nce class, 8 : 3 0 p.m.; j u do , beginners (6-6 0), 5 p.m . ; a d vanced, 6 p . m . Rob les Park V illage Audito r ium Preteen party, 7 p . m . ADVERTISEMEN T H emorrhoids ofte n lead t o CONSTIPATION con stipa tion can often ca use h emorr hoids. Avoid irritating , h abit-f o r ming l a x atives. R el y o n NUJ O L . N o t a m er e lubri cant, Nu jo l emul sifies in intes tines to incr ease m o i s tur e r etent i o n. thus add bulk f or easier eliminati on. Get g enUe N u j ol, FLORAL CENTER 4119 GAN D Y BL Y D ., T A M P A Now you con beautify . your home with a rtifici a l easy-to-care for flowers and p l a n t s at F o o d Fair's low, l o w d iscou n t prices! LARGE SELECTION ARTIFICIAL FLORAL & GREEN PLANT ARRANGEMENTS 111 & 211 are read y t o serve y o u accurately a t a ll times. Prescriptions are filled with the finest ingredients quickly and at the lowest prices In town AVAILABLE ONLY ON YOUR DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION t hru BTL . Of 50 Miltown REG. $5.00 95 400 MG. 500 MG. Prices Effecti v e T hru Sunday BTL. O F 50 Equanil REG. $ 5.50 25 4 0 0 MG. Prices Effective Thru Sunday SYRUP Declomycin R EG. $4.70 80 2-0Z . BTL. 24-0Z. BTL. wesson WITH $3.00 ORDER O R MORE WESTERN CORN-FED "CENTER CUT RIB". PORK CHOPS MRS. 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