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Vol.56, No.75 University of FloridaGainesville ThursdayJanuary 16, 1964




WSAWants Curfew ChangesBy F


JOEL GASTON
Staff Writer

The Women Students' Association (WSA) will definitely push plans it will also benefit the ones staying on campus.for .
either an extension of Sunday night curfews or additional late Another plan, according to Miss Welthorn, is allowing late
permits, newly-elected WSA President Vicki Welthorn said yesterday. on Sunday nights. No late permits are issued on weekend
Miss Welthorn, 3ED from North Miami Beach, was elected Tuesday. present.
She said the consensus in the WSA was that Sunday night curfew However, she said if this course is followed, only those 1 b
regulations are unsatisfactory who meet certain qualifications will be eligible.
The reason for wanting the curfew extension, she said, is mainly Currently, first trimester freshmen are allowed no late ;
to allow coeds going home for the weekend extra time to return although second trimester freshmen with a 2.0 average are allowed five
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permits; sophomores are
Vietnamese 4A-: ten each trimester and
have unlimited late permits.She .
said the matter has
i discussed with Dean of
Speaker Due '/f jY'a Affairs Lester L. Hale who
.Y 1 he can "see the girls'
would take the matter into

At UF Tonight"What w sideration.Miss Weithorn will be
installed at a banquet
Other officers elected

Next for Viet Nam" is 1 include:
the puzzling question consideredin Carolyn Smith, vice ;
a presentation at the UF bya Cynthia Still man,
veteran statesman. Nancy Matthews,
Former South Vietnamese Am- secretary; Pamela J
bassador to the United States. Van senior class representative;
Tran Chuong, the father of the Lundquist, junior class r
tative and Allison Connor
flamboyant Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu ;
will speak in the University Auditorium Ginger Jochem,
today at sohpomore representatives.
8:15 p.m.
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his hat in-
Chuong's appearance is spon- last
sored by the Florida Union's For- night
ums Committee and Is part of a InsideTwo an-
coast-to-coast ,lecture tour he Is
making. He will explain the back- UF students blast basis of
ground of the recent revolution
situation In strife-torn the 22-
in Viet Nam and discuss the future ma, Page 3..Editorial the only
role of his country in the struggle DISCUSSING PREPARATIONS tor Wayne Norfleet students

east against Asia.the Communists In South- .for former/ Viet Nom ambassador Tran Van Choungand a new hidden power,
ING, in Casual
defense
Unlike Madame Nhu and the his speech here tonight are Prof. Frederick Hart- Page 5...The UF School Court has
Diems, Chuong Is a man out of whowill Journalism Is first in
mann, introduce him, and TenaBledsoe, chairman 9)v ca-
power by choice. Chuong resignedhis nation, Page 6...UF
eight-year diplomatic post In of the Florida Union forums committee. (Photo by ball coaches are leaving

Washington Aug. 22, to protestthe Jim Nichols) droves, Page 12. Gator
intensification of the Diem gov- as a
ernment's harsh policy against the No Facilities of chan-
Buddhists.At Bob Wil
the same time, Chuong'swlferesigned another
her post as South Viet ex-
Festival SuffersBy
Nam's representative to the United from
Nations. Chuong publicly broke
with his daughter in protest against as chief
the Diem regime.He mances. held in the University has been
later consented to see Madame FRAN SNIDER Professor Reid Poole, Directorof Florida Gym, the Florida as chair-
Nhu while she was still in Staff Writer Lyceum Council and head of the Library and other freshman
the United States after her hus- the Department of Music,said yes on campus. at-
band and President Diem were kill The third annual Fine'Arts Festival terday, "There is no question that The major problem of the ] ex-editor
ed during the revolution. slated Feb. 12 19, is suffering the Fine Arts Festival] Is limitedby Arts Festival centers
Chuong received a Doctorate of from a lack of facilities to the lack of space and facilities." lack of space In the from the
Law at the University of Parisin present its exhibits and perfor In past years, events have been Auditorium. The auditorium with

1922. In 1940 he was presidentof only place on campus ] a senior
the Grand Council Economic concerts and visiting
and Financial Interests In Indo- Poole said,lithe University
china and in 1945 he became Min- ..While// Students PayBy itorium is basically a good -
ister of Foreign Affairs. itorium, but for a student
Under the then new nationalist CAROL NOBIS of our size we need more
government of President Ngo Dinti Staff Writer 1,206 seats. The auditorium is
Diem, Chuong became the Ministerof Students pay four times more for "free" Lyceum Council events ly in need of air-conditioning
State in 1954. He was later than faculty and staff members who have season tickets, Lyceum Council in cold weather It needs
appointed Ambassador to the business manager Ray Anderson reported.The and more effective heating.
United States. Lyceum budget of $22,000 finances eight concerts to be givenin "It needs a complete
the University Auditorium each year. That's S2,750 per concertat tion and the addition of a
which there are 900 student-reserved seats, making the student a foyer, a box office, and
contribute $3.06 per seat. The present lounges are
Faculty and staff season tickets are sold with a 50 per cent discounton located in the basement.
the original $12 cost,making tickets cost$6. According to Anderson, "There is a need for
UF Criminals: faculty' and staff pay 75 cents per concert.A washroom facilities for
Lyceum show at the Jacksonville Auditorium would cost at least artists and lecturers. At the
More VarietySee $3-4 for the poorest seats, said Anderson.The sent time the artists must
Lyceum Council is scheduled to meet Tuesday 10 consider same facilities as the
eliminating faculty and stiff discounts and complimentary tickets, Poole said.
Tomorrow's which generally number 50. Complimentary tickets are given to "The present auditorium
people in the music department, and to several of the deans in Tigert not need to be done away
Alligator Hall], as well as to President J. U'ajne Reitz, Anderson reported. :Many performers have
Other proposals the council has put before Student Government include acoustics. It has a fine organ
hiring a professional manager to handle Lyceum details, paying
tickets.u3liers, and adjusting prices for both special attraction and season (See FINE ARTS, Page )


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Sociologist


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Explains Love :

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Quotes from "How Do You Know panionship is important long after t
It's Love?", sociologist Dr. Paul the other points have dwindled. r
Popenoe's speech Tuesday nighton "-- A non-sexual sphere ofcomradeship" j, f
America's love life: which is an Intel- s
"The love-life of this nation is lectual appreciation of one's mate

built upon a romantic platform."In and which lends a "civilized as- .k '.i
other words you can't be pect" to the relationship.
sure it's love from cardiac pal- "-- A mutual interest in home ;
pitations. Something more is and children" Is fundamental.And,
needed." combined with point two, forms
The primary sex complex is the basis for the monogamous mar- tw

such a basis, he said. The complex riage.
: "Is it really love? Don't fall f fJ
Im- back the sensations which
-- The biological meeting on are
pulse" which is transitory and not of relatively minor importance to
as important as it is reputed to tell you.
be. "Marriage is more than a meal
"-- The economic division of ticket or biological impulse," and
labor" whereby the woman bears as such more than 20 40 per xrf ,i
children, and the man is the pro- cent of the elements are needed.
tector. From a 100 per cent positive reply :d .- \?
"-- Sexually colored comrade- to these elements,the"deepestand
ship" -- an appreciation of the most valuable relationship that
opposite sex which is characterized human nature knows can be built
IQUALIFYING
by tender emotion. This com- up." i ,

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TIME FOR CANDIDATES

.is here for candidates hoping to run in the spring elections. Left to right are sectary

.. ,HIARIWAYNE. : Mrs. Jan Knight V.O.T.E. party presidential candidate Frank Harshaw, vice

; ; ,. ,, ",' presidential candidate Dick Adams, and Fred Lane, running for treasurer.


Kelly Probes State Problems In




Blue Key Speech TuesdayBY


;; : FRED LANE again in the next 15 years, and mission, Kelly said, if elected he I
liuiiilCAMPAIGN; : ; Staff Writer greater industrialization is neededto would push for the repeal of price1ixlng. -
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.. .. State Sen. Scott Kelly, hard at culture, he said.Contending "Current efforts to obtain
work his campaign for that in at the
on gover- payrolls guaranteed profits expenseof
.,'... '' ,' .. '. ." nor, called Tuesday night for statewide Florida, except the Cape Kennedyarea the housewife through retail
; Industrialization to close the are insufficient, Kelly spokeof price-rigging of milk is a frontal
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The former mayor steps were continuence of He added that he would appointto
ANbi) Pj;: 1, ,} denounced retail price control of improving higher education facilities the commission "only those citizens -
; milk by the Florida Milk Commis- initiated by the recent who publicly profess a strong
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very cornerstone of democracy facilities, particularly the primaryroad !and will pledge to protect it."

.. ." personal enterprise." system; place the Florida
Kelly, speaking to the active Development Commission on a
chapter of Florida Blue Key at "hard-sell basis," headed by a Are You
the Primrose Inn, compared the dollar-a-year industrial leader.

opportunities before today's college Kelly added that he would disclose A Slow
graduates with opportunities his road building scheme
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Couple Says Zonicins Blameless


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siders get is one of the Zon- future, Dough Pajak theorizedthat

By PHIL HEVENER ians acting like plantation the next few years, "I
Staff WriterA owners with their whips raised don't know how many, "maysee f
over the Panamanians." the construction of another

UP student and his wife Both nodded their heads and canal located probably in Nic

i put down books for awhile yes- then started talking together before aragua. P
Y terday to blast attacks which Jack gave way to his wife. "In such a case," Jack said,
have been leveled against beleaguered "This idea of segregationwhy -- "I think the United States might
residents of the Canal it's ridiculous! Americansand turn over the Panama Canalto
Zone in recent days. Panamanians sit side by the Panama government for
Doug and Judy Pajak, both side in the same classes, and their own operation. There has
.. students "He's a4EO and I'm they even hold positions in stu- been a lot of talk about this
t' a 2UC," Judy said--wereboth dent government. These are in recent years and studies have .
1F born and raised in the Canal posts that they were elected to been made." A 4 +
Zone and still have relatives by Amei ..:an students. They attend As a nearly life-long residentof
living there. aU the school functions, the Canal Zone Jack felt
What's their reaction to crit- and American's date Pana- that the present trouble lies
icism of Zone residents? manians and vice versa." not with the Americans living
"I absolutely boil when I read Judy also criticized those there, or the Panamanian peo-
some of the things that have sources which have layed blame ple, but rather with the "Pan-
come out in print," was Judy's for the present hostilities at amanian politicians." i
comment. the doorstep of Zone residents. Pausing in thought for sev-
Doug Pajak took couple long '"It's been said that we should eral minutes Jack said, "This

DOUG PAJAKReds steps across the room and said, apologize to the Panamanian trouble has given them (politicians JUDY PAJAKso
F fl "The picture I think most out- government. Apologize for ) a chance to turn public

what? Perhaps these people feel attention away from their own
that it would be proper to com- failures. For Instance--the land many Panamanians are as
Attack U.S.OnCanaiZone pletely Ignore attacks made reform program Is atrocious. poor as they are and the American -
against our homes, ourselvesand Their president tells Johnsonhe Zone residents are as
our families. It should be wants peace and before you "relatively will off" tensions
remembered that Panamanians can turn around he's broken could ever be greatly reduced.
entered the Zone causing injury diplomatic relations, and they "I'm predicting another
and destruction." are demanding more land." canal," Doug said, "I think
On the matter of the canal's Neither thought that as long as that's the best solution."

By United Press International large measure of responsibility .u.
for the crisis to the United States ':
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Despite the fact that the and some urged a review of U.S. r *I,
Panamian political thermometerhas policies in the Canal Zone. r: i .. "J .,: 1 tb 1 1i
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dropped several degrees from IN PANAMA itself, the U.s. 1. \ \ ty
last week's boiling point, its rum- and Panama flags were raised .Ji I' VlJ
blings are still being heard up and simultaneously on new but "fI ...,., 1

down the world's political separate staffs in front of Balboa 1fl. JI ::2 '. I"y
1e spectrum.The High School In the Canal Zone Mrt \lot'\"J -\1 .r'i 'f ? :
CommunistNewChtnaNews ... .. : \:IE r _
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it Chinese Communist capital of the first concrete manifestationof "',Ii\< ,. w,j.. .. "' : d Peking in an anit-American the peace agreement between : S; ... ,!.' J L
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Irwin Named I.'k__ --- .




To High Court r.S r.t4 r. a


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TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Atty. torney and troubleshooter for k

Gen. Richard Ervin was elevatedto Bryant since January, 1961,issueda i\
the state supreme court Wed- brief statement expressing his .
nesday and James W. Kynes,chief gratitude for the appointment and _
assistant to the governor, was promising to work diligently to win j. 9 4 i
named to succeed Ervin. the confidence and respect of the
The two officials will be swornin people.
at a double oath-taking
ceremony In the Supreme Courtat
noon Friday.Announcement. He declined to say whether he
of the appoint- will run this year for the two-
ments by Gov. Farris Bryant was year term as attorney general, 1, aro ay,,, ''a
anit-climatlc. Bryant's intentionshad although he is expected to do so.
been an open secret In the
capitol for a week. In a brief announcement of the
Ervin replaces Justice Glenn appointments to a special news
Terrell, who died at the age of conference Bryant praised Ervinas

86 Sunday, less than 24 hours "an able advocate of the rightsof _.n_ _
after he had announced he would the state and of the preroga-
retire from the bench. tives of Its citizens throughouthis DRAWING FOR FUN
Kynes, 35-year-old Ocala at- distinguished "
career.
.every Thursday night is one of the Florida Union-sponsored functions of which students -

can take advantage. Many are free, but there is a nominal fee for the weekly

C1h gift /"" \ lessons.

THE UNION SIDEfLiving


q good fJa1-t ; Room Of Campus'BY



; BILL GOODWIN AND will help make your participationin these different committees and facilities -
_. NANCY WEINBERGThe the activities of the Florida their specific aims and
Union an enjoyable and meaningful -
their plans for fulfillment of their
phrase "Meet me at the part of your college experience.The goals to entertain you.
4., Florida Union" too many times Union Board provides a-
s1 gives limited visions of Traffic musement in many varied fields.Its The success of our series of
iK! : :; Court, Student Government offices, 11 all-student committees pro- articles lies in your increased
and the inner sanctums of the vide activities ranging from Club pleasure during your breaks from
Florida Blue Key. In actuality, Rendezvous dances to international study time. We hope to make the
the Student union remains the living suppers to a fun-filled Gator Gras phrase "Meet me at the Florida
room of the campus," even weekend. Union" an indication of worthwhile
with the continued decentralization .In the weeks and articles to experiences to come.
BOX BOUNTIFUL
of the university. come, we will Introduce you to Next week: Craft Shop.
$200 PER IB
The principal aim of the student
t t t. Ot 0 TM[ $OU N center, programmed by the Union
Students
For I
Board for Student Activities, Is to Barry
provide an opportunity for stu-
dents to pursue and develop their
Interests. Make Campaign Plans |
A tearful cry so often heard

from the girls' dorms Is "Wherecan Sen. Barry Goldwater's official organization, said the formal announcement -
we meetbovs?" The answerto entrance into the race for the by Goldwater was
their plight could be the Union. Republican presidential nom- "very encouraging, because up to
Not only does It provide a groundsfor ination was the signal for the start now we had been supporting an
companionship, but also built- of campaigning on campus for the unannounced candidate.
in entertainment at the same time. Arizona
4.l senator. Now we can step up our cam-
One has only to look at the Union's Students For Goldwater the UF officially
paign for him, knowing he is -
facilities -- music rooms, brow- organization affiliated with the Na- in the race."
sing library, craft and photo shop, tional Youth For Goldwater, will
c Camp Walburg, social rooms -- be handling the drum beating "Our aim is to generate sup-
to make this evident. chores on campus. port among college students for
This Is the first In a kalei- Merle Dimbath, 7BA from Jacksonville Goldwater," he said, "and to show
doscope of articles that we hope and president of the local that young people are interestedIn
him. We feel we can increase
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such as voter registration and
OUR 0 0 0
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had during the Fall."
SANDW/CfffS/ f\/\ij Included in the club's activitiesin
1963 were monthly meetings
ARE which featured local Republican
FiT
party speakers, a monthly news-
cP \} letter, and distributing literature
1131 W.Univ.Ave.
fC A from the information booth across
, from the student bank.

We're Having Our "I think a straw vote between
KN! President Lyndon Johnson and
1 Goldwater would be an excellent


1st 1 EVER SALE ( idea. Tryouts Set


, l Orchesis, the coed contem-
porary dance group, will have try-
,i outs tonight at 7 in the women's

You've been so great to us with your patronage gym.DON'T

during our first five months we thought we'd show MISS

our appreciation with this 1st Ever Sale". We've
r SALE
reduced slims (regular and stretch), skirts, jackets, THE

blouses, coats and dresses. We hope you'll come AT

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THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAYTwig & t a BLANCHE'SSPECIALTY

Gourmet Shop Delicatessen Dining Room SHO

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This is Gainesville, Florida -- not Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
PRINt
The difference Is more than geographical. There is a difference ,,

in headlines, as well as in temperature, or accent. ., .

In Tuscaloosa the headlines often read like a thriller magazine as SASE
they relate the latest in racial violence.In .

Gainesville they read "SGER Plans Negro Registration Drive".

Part of the reason for this difference is the basic attitude of the

people in the respective communities; which has its reflection in the

attutudes and actions of the groups which are striving for equality
in both areas.It .

is to the credit of the local Student
Group For Equal Rights (SGER)
that they have kept their project on a constructive and rational basis.

While we cannot say that we have agreed with everything the group

has tried to do, we must commend them for their overall attitude as
manifested by their lastest efforts.

Their avowed goal of encouraging Negro registration for the vote "What do you mean, 'too academic' ? You're looking out the window I 1"

on the upcoming bond issue is Just such an effort.It 1

is our belief that co-operation for the better preparation of the

Negro community to take its rightful place in society must start at Casual Observations j

the grass roots.And while the peaceful effort to absorb all races equally

into our educational and social institutions goes on, it is important

that something be done f" help the lower income Negro families to Communicable PandiculationsBy I

follow in the footsteps of these lucky few" away from the tattered
fringes of American society.No .

man reaches out to help another without Somehow lifting himself. WAYNE NORFLEET watch him move" bit. All you need a contracted position, pulling the

It is ,ur hope that in the future the attitude of all groups will be to Editorial Editor do is pick someone five or six < jaw into the familiar contortionthat

consider the advancement of society as a whole, rather than their rows ahead of you in a dull lec- accompanies the morning

particular corner of the street. The power of suggestion seemsto ture and give him the concen- stretch. After 10 minutes of brisk

That "integration" will be carried on to advance humanity towardsan be second in force only to the trated stare. If all goes accordingto exercises, a shower, and an argu-

ideal, rather than for the compilatonof favorable statistics. atom bomb. plan, he should start squirming, ment with your roommate, thereis

If this is done, then more headlines will be of the Gainesville variety, The last time I walked into a and ultimately look over his apparently no trace of a yawn

and the "Tuscaloosa" headline will gradually disappear from our supermarket to pick up a quartof shoulder to locate the source of his left on your shining face.
newspapers.
milk, this fact was driven home discomfort. Incidently, this has Hal!

W.C.N, to me to the tune of seven dollarsand been known to be an effective way Little do you know that this little -

eighty eight cents. Wandering of meeting the lovely blond who devil has left behind the seed

Moments Of ReflectionFor toward the milk counter, my eye just happens to sit in front of you for its rebirth -- waiting only for

was caught by some scientifically In BJS. 101. A hard stare, a quick the power of suggestion to send it

designed distractions.You guessed smile, and you either walk away flowering back into life.

the past week, the social room at the Florida Union has been it-after rambling up and down the with a new friend, or frostbite.In Thus, everyday one 14,000 unsuspecting -

the most colorful room this side of the Smithsonian. isles for half an hour, I walkedout ( the last year I have discovered carriers converge on

Walking through the print sale, (continuing there through Fri.) we completely brainwashed, car- 47 different ways to cure frost- our fair campus, creating an atmosphere -

were confronted with everything from the light flowing lines of a happy rying a sampling of everything they bite.) that at any moment could

Renoir to the deep somber mood of a Reubens landscape. This display, had to offer, except the quart of The most fascinating use of this burst into a discordant chorus of

which should set a C-5 student's heart aflame, is provided by the milk. hidden power, however, is tied to rampant pandiculation. In the

Florida Union in order to bring fine art within student's price range. In order to stay off of Vance one of the most common prac- greenhouse atmosphere of an early

For those of us who are awed by the pedantic disscussions of the Packard's private reserve of con- tices noticeable on campus (No, morning class, the! environ Is per-

merits of "impressionism" and"expressionism" and have a tendencyto sumer motivation we turn to the no -- it has nothing to do with fect. The players are all present,

shy away when someone mentions the "power" of a certain painting, more interesting (and less expen- sex), which after this properly the room is hushed with an elec-

this is the golden opportunity to wander around and judge for ourselves sive) experiments in the swayingof pompous Introduction we shall discuss trically charged atmosphere of a-

what we like. Here, we are in the enviable position of being able to the subconscious; and the "In- pathy, the star player (you) Is

pick from the best of the masters on the basis of the somewhat vague fluence your friends" games that Back of the subterranean darkness poised for action, and the game is

notion that it will go well with my room" or just plain "I like it". are popular now. of the oral cavity, a number about to begin.

It is somewhat rewarding to wander through the room unencumberedwith : The easiest is the "stare and of remote facial muscles lock in Slowly, with all the inherent cun-

the ponderous evaluations of the experts, and enjoy art for the ning, characteristic of a Florida

sake of our response to it. Pausing for a moment to reflect in wonderat HONOR COURT REVIEW student, you allow your face to

a particular painting we sometimes feel a sense of awe that (he slip across the threshold a yawn.

painter himself must have felt when he first saw his dream begin to Only a very small one first, but

take shape. Potential For LeadershipEditor's you, you sly devil, let It grow in

While standing there we represent the culmination of the effortsof infinite gradations to a full fledged

two groups -- those professors that struggled so hat d to make us face eclipsing specimen of fan-

aware of the qualities of fine art, and the Floi ida Union that brought tastic (and contagious) pro-
Note: Bob Mounts was System in recent years has resul-
them there for our inspection.All portions.
recently appointed Clerk of the ted from the fact that it has not
that work for a few moments of reflection. With your foul deed done, you
Unless, of course, you spend a couple of dollars to take one of the Honor Court to finish out the remainder been brought close enough to the need only sit back and enjoy the
of this term. people. The Honor Court has been
masterpieces home! inevitable consequences. First
conceived the studentas
W.C.N. by average one, then another of your class-
BY BOB MOUNTSAs a "star chamber" or as some-
mates takes up the refrain, until
which surely does
thing foreign the room is filled with the vacuous -
nearly always happens at the not affect him in any real way. of
caverns tonsil-displaying
beginning of each trimester the The truth is that in a very real
The Florida pandlculatlons. The whole scene
AlligatorServed Honor Court has several cases sense the Honor Court can affect
ends with the graduate student instructor -
pending before it as a result of the Individual student in a way that
disappearing down the hall
by United Press International final exams. At least four cases is more intimate and has more mumbling incoherently about beingan

will be acted upon by this administration branches of student government abject failure.As .

beginning Sunday combined.The .
Editor ... ......... ... .. .. ...... .... .... ... .Walker Lundy you walk away, secure in
afternoon with a cheating trial. Clerk and Chancellor of
Managing Editor .. ...... ..... .. ... .. ...... .. .... .. Dill Fuller your new power, remember to
I think it is in the lightof the Honor Court both have the
Assistant Managing Editor .. .... .... .... ... ..... .. .John Askins proper use it wisely -- for upon
these circumstances to discuss to
Editorial Editor .. ............. .... .. ...........Wayne Norfleet responsibility bring government this columnist rests the crushing
the duties of the Clerkof closer to the This columnis
briefly people.
Sports Editor ... .... .. .. .. ......... ..... .......Dave Berkowitz responsibility of the knowledge that
the Honor Court. and I tour
Wire Editor ........ ........... ... .... ....... .... Bob Thoma one way a speaking he unleashed this terrible force
The Clerk of the Honor Court would be another.
Feature Editor ..... ........... ........ ........ Cynthia Tunstall upon the world.
to Article 1Section Court Justices also
Campus Living Editor .......... .. ...... ........Judy Lynn Prince according The Honor ; Now I know how those atomic
400 (2) of the Student Body Con- have this responsibility. genuine scientists feel.Please.
stitution, is required to assist the effort should be made to truly
Editorial Assistants.. ..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Glenn Laney,
Chancellor, prepare and preserve represent their colleges, to keep
and Betty Wendt.
Alan Campbell
Gall Sobering Nancy Zimmet,
the records of the Court, and per- close contact with the faculty, and sign allletters.
Reporters....Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston,
form other such administration to keep their ears to the groundfor
Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Names
duties as are necessary. He has student opinion. In a decadeof
Nobis Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Stan Kulp, Pam Pulley, Agnes: Fowles, will be with-
no vote in Honor Court pro- mass enrollments and rapid
Ronald Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, KathrineDuda
ceedings. turnover, a full-scale public relations held
on
Judy Teich George Rowe, Evan Enple& George request.
Jean Fagot ,
,
1 firmly believe that the Clerk campaign is in order if the
Mims Phil Geyer, Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, We reserve the
of the Honor Court has a far greater Honor System is to become an
Arthur Weitzner, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan,
Larry Zimmerman,
potential for leadership thanis effective and meaningful expression right to edit

Charrer: Powell and Maurppn Collins. described in this section. The of selfgovernment.This letters for space

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the Student Body Constitution lists only is our potential for leader

University of Florida and is published five times weekly except duringthe the few things that he must do and ship. The present staff of the Honor reasons.

months of May, June, and July, when a weeklyissue is published.THE represents only the minimal requirements Court has tried very hard to demonstrate -The Editorsit4i1
FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matter at the of the office. this and will continueto

United State Post Offl' 3 t Gal" 'il1e. Fla. The greatest failing of the Honor do so as long as possible.



Page 6 The Florida All'gator ThursdayJanuary 16, 1964
TeagardenDead

RABBI KOBRINETZ SAYS -

NEW:; ORLEANS (UPI) Famed replaced last week.
Religion In Life jazz trombonist Jack Teagardendied Teagarden, a native of Vernon,
Wednesday of an apparent Tex., rose to fame in the I920's

heart attack. He was 58. with the Benny Pollack Orchestra,
Teagarden, who played with which featured such future starsas
Week Not Worshi most of the name bands in the Benny Goodman and Harry

1930's, was found dead in a French:: James.He .
m Quarter motel. A motel maid found was a featured performerwith
By PHIL GEYER "Religion -Life Week does as Nietzch said, "God is truly the body. the Paul WhitemanOrchestra

Staff Writer not take the form of worship ser- dead". lie was taken ill during an engagement and Louis Armstrong's All Stars,
vices nor is it Implied as wor- "All too often we equate religious at a Burbon Street night and had his own band for a time
ship, but rather planned in faith with zealous and pious
Does a Religlon-ln-Life Weekat an club, the Dream Room, and was between.
academic and intellectual light," observance. This Is an Inaccurate
a state university break the
Rabbi Simeon Kobrlnetz, directorof yard stick. Commitment to faithis
separation of "Church" and .
Ilillel Foundation, said. found not only in observancebut "
"State"?
"Just as at a university we rather in practical applicationto
are exposed to many secular daily tasks." On Campus with
facets, Religionin-Life Week Regarding Bonhoeffer's writing 1&tMall

rr gives the student an opportunityfor that tI church must get out of
s.
exposure to current religious its' stagnation, Rabbi Kobrinetzsaid (Hit the Author of"Rally Round the Flag, Boy!" (and
issues and problems appropriateto "too often we think If the "Barrfoot Boy With Cheek.")

our life." church does not resolve a recurrent -
.Y Students who participate in Re- problem it is out of touch

ligionIn Life Week do so on a with modern times. Most genera-
voluntary basis.Observance tions feel that they have skyrocketed A GUIDE FOR THE GUIDERS

of Religlon-in-Life ahead of their predecessors,
-- Week enhances the cultural statureof when in reality we may have moved One of the most interesting academic theories :advanced in

university intellectual, according forward or backward just a few many/ a\ long year has recently been advanced by that interesting -
to Rabbi Kobrlnetz. short yards. academic theorist, E. Flurilnit Ewbank, 1'h. I), who hold

"Programs are offered on many "The problems that plague man- the chair of Interesting Academic Theories at the St. Lotii

cultural themes, and to exclude kind today are essentially the sameas College; of Footwear and Educational Philosophy. Dr. Ewhank
religion would eliminate an Impor- they were a score of years said in the hi-st issue of the learned journal, the Mount Rush mart'
tant factor in American life." ago. 'A World Come of Age' (;lIidi' to Scholastic Adranceinenl and Presidents', Head, thatp
4 Rabbi Kobrinetz said he implies the search and yearningfor might l he approaching the whole problem of student guidance
concurred with Detrich Bonhoetter the Utopian goal that all men from the wrong direction

that man must adopt a deeply are striving for." Dr. Ewhank, a highly, respected pedagogue!; and a lifelong
genuine commitment to a religious "I think that it is essentialto "smoker (Marlboro Cigarettes. (I mention I ILrlhon)1'I! for two

faith. recognize the tact that no nationor reasons; : first, to indicate the scope of Dr. Ewhank's brainpower.,
I Bonhoeffer wrote that man would religious philosophy can do it Out of all the dozens of brands of cigarettes; available toda: ',
RABBI KOBRINETZ have to make a commitment or alone. Only through a sincere Dr. Ewhank has had the wit and taste to pick the one with the

collective pooling of the Intellec- most" flavorful flavor, the most filtracious filter, the most soft

Journalism tual resources can man possiblyget soft |pack, the most flip top Hip Top l>o\: I refer, of course, tullrIlKlro.
I School on the "track for attainmentof .[ The second reason I mention Marlboro[ is that I get

that goal. paid to mention Marlboro: in this column, and the lalx>rer, you
First In HearstThe Rabbi Kobrlnetz pointed out that will agree, is worthy of his hire.)
we cannot live in a world dominatedor
Hut I digress.: To return to Dr. Ewbank's interesting theory
controlled by one political
UP School of Journalismis in which each school may enter he ('ontendothat: most college guidance counselors! are inclined I
philosophy i.e., Communism,
;
currently ranked first in the two pieces of writing per month. Capitalism or Socialism. ...so to take the cay way out. That is to say, if a student's aptitudetests
Ration In the Hearst Foundation The pieces are then judged and too must we recognize that thereis show a talent for, let us: /say, math, the student is encouraged -
journalism awards program. High ranked nationally. no one particular religious I to major in math. If his: tests"show an aptitude for jioctry,
Cunningham, chairman of the Points are given to the top 20, philosophy that will solve or he is directed 1 toward |oetry. And ,so; forth
Hearst Awards committee at the with the first ten winning money
achieve Utopian Ideal. All high-
UF said. awards and duplicate awards goingto
,
ways lead to God. In each and
Cunningham said the contest is the schools. The next ten
every religious faith there is that
open to all accredited Schools of receive honorable mentions.In .
force which will propel mankind
Journalism throughout the nation. the first contest, held in I ,,
towards the goal of mature under- 4
There are seven monthly contestFBKMeets October, Becky Quinn finished standing and achievement."
third in the nation winning $500 0

and Judy Barnes received an
honorable mention. Movie Log
dN
Linda Barson finished sixth for FLORIDA--Take Her, She's Mine:

Dill Swain, chairman of the the November contest,winning 1, 2:40, 4:47, 6:54, and 9:01. ..
Florida Blue Key Speaker's Bureau $100 and putting the UF In first Through Wednesday.

met Monday night with the Bureau place. GAINESVILLE DRIVE-IN Move

personnel. Included in the "Last year, the students placed Over, Darling: 7 and 10:13. The 5he5e entire fGoG
group was the staff whose Job is fourth in the nation and highest Young Swingers: 8:53. Throughnext m2n
to direct the numerous speaking east of the Mississippi River, Cun- Thursday.

engagements throughout the state. ningham said. "The year before STATE -- Lust For Life All wrong, says |Dr E vhank, Thereat/: breakthroughs; the
Ed Abbott is the assistant chair- they finished fifth In the nation 3:45, 6:15, and 8:45. Ends: 1:20, startling innovations in, let us: say, math, are likely to he made
man of the staff, Jim Pugh is head and highest among the schools in Starts Friday--Gaby today. not I by tllatllt'lIIatirial1l1whul'c: thinking, after all, is constrained

of engagements, Bill Olinger heads -the-South.- l hy rigid rules" and principles-hut hy mavericks, by nonconformists -
the general division, Jim Graham : |II y intuitors who refuse to fall into the rut of reason.:

directs speaker training and For instance: set a |xx-t to studying math He will bring/: fresh: ,
Cheryl Robinson Is the executive unfettered mind to the subject, just a* a mathematician will
secretary SALE TIMEMEN !liring/ the same kind of approach to poetry.
is directed -
This year the program My way: of evidence, Dr. Kwbank cites the cases! of Cipher
toward the civic clubs of Hinary, a youth!. who entered college/ with brilliant test scores in
the state so that they may get to physics! : chemistry, :and the calculus. Hut Dr. I Kwliank: forced
know the UF and Its prominent
young Cipher to major in |lx>etry.

position in the state. The results: were astonishing.: ) Here, for example, is young
Swain commented on the part
('iphd/'ilatl'l't JMKMII, a love lyric of such originality/ that Lord
Coats Blazers
that the students can play in the Sport Sweaters
Hymn spring to mind. I quote:

program. /// ini In r logarithm,
"Things are moving along
Shirts Winter Jackets SI"I'I'" / 1 his nmitir.
smoothly so far, but we do need
Taking lie ir '
with ,
applications from students Interested ilixj III.
TinIntuit/ in,I to yo nigiiMnrringi
in participating as speakers -
In"tills year's program." Convoy Coats iwrn which lhi-ij! joyfully Hhnrnl,

Applications are available In .1 ml u-wml alI mil unit pi{ r tt'intirfil,

Room 31-1 of the Florida Union, :Similarly' when a freshman: girl named: Elizabeth Harrcttiirat
from 1-5 p.m. Monday through Fri- COEDSSlacks :>: ',M.s ,.:1111, ?' t? |Dr Kwhank: to seek /guidance: lie ignored the!

day. tact tli.it! she( had: won the Pulitzer prize for (poetry when !she

Sweaters Dresses was i eight and insisted: she| ,lllaj.r;, j iu mathematics. Again the

\ result* were( :startling.Ii.s[ Sjgafoo |hal set the entire math

ALFORD'STOWER department airog ,by flatly refusing t, Micve that six times
HOUSE Suits Skirts urn.-\ .' is :H l. |If MJ,, :siiafiHs' / : j is ,rrect, we will have to re-think

"CHAMPION"halfpound 20% (TWENTY PERCENT) 20% OFF !! I I up the vita entire, :i?I'il'III'I'of,yet, undreamed: 111II1I1..1'Ji of amid in, -trhu mathematics.| knowspossibly! oj* n

chopped Dr., U; Kink's urnrthxhxup: iruaeh to student guidance has

M. impressed |his,j, employers, that he was fired last week. He is
STEAK 97$ currently selling.. IK'atlerl, | ,
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potatoesslaw *? KM :M.I hhulr
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tomatoes, bread ," c
coffee ,! Ire, 111"1!?"' r *tar"x>ro. know only one kind of guidance -
1227 West University line direct route to greater smoking pleasure. Try a
."Goodearin'/Podner" filteredtarlboro.
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non, ,
20's i
;tra, I
irry tars Once Liquor LicensesA

.
they'rebig
mer population study released ulation study, stated, "I helped the Those tried in County Courton
stra last week and rushed to Tallahassee city reconstruct what the population a misdemeanor of this sort,"

ars, may enable Gainesville to receive would have been in 1960 Angel said, "can receive six
Irne six additional liquor licenses had the city emcompassed the territory months in jail or a $500 fine,
enough
according to City Planning it now does." or both; those tried In City Court
Director Donald C. Morgan. Should the population study be may receive 60 days In jail or
Under its present allocation accepted, Gainesville will be eligible $500 fine, or both."
based on the 1960 census, Gaines- for 18 liquor licenses, 50per Commenting on the effects of
wear vlll is eligible for 12 liquor licenses cent more than it Is now allocated Gainesville's going "wet", Angel

one for each 2, 00 per- stated, "In my opinion this will
sons. In 1962 Gainesville Increasedits Assistant City Manager E. W. have no effect; If a person is goingto
population and size by annex Brockenbrough said there have drink, he's !going to drink."
'4 :.:z 1ij'Sn ing surro' 'ding areas. been 92 applications filed for bar "It may cut down on drunken

"The population study was initiated or package store licenses.Accord- driving," he said, "because aper-
.
IT BYE ," said Morgan, "to eliminate Ing to Brockenbrough, Gainesville son that has to drive 12 or 14
.. P2es the problem of having too may receive a revenue exceeding miles to get a bottle usually hasa
BYE many county liquor licenses after $11,000 from license fees alone, few drinks before driving back."
.
S1war j' the 1970 census due to a shift assuming all licenses become Immediately

In population from county to city occupational."In .
DADDY
jurisdiction" addition to the license fees," ResearchWagesWar '

r }; yj1 t I i J. N. Webb, UP professor of said Brockenbrough, "the city will
: DEE: economics and authority on pop- receive furthur economic advancesin
areas such as taxes, utilities,
HELLO food consumption and employment -
.. [STATE]f ."

BOYS! Shellle McKinney, county tax
collector, stated sales tax num-
Ends ThursdayTHE bers have been issued as of Feb. On Weeds

: SKES .. 1, 1964 and the liquor licenses
: : :
may be granted at any time after
i AINE STORYOF this date. Waging war on weeds,eight University -
... McKinney said all motels and hotels of Florida Agricultural
IAIuK ww.r; : of 100 units or more would Experiment Stations researchershave
automatically receive liquor licenses joined scientists from the 12
VAN
upon application. southern states at Jackson,Miss.,
Jan 15-17, for the 1964 Southern
Applications are first sent to
GOGHRidiculously District State Weed Conference.
ILL4F Beverage DEpartment -
Via' Titled Headquarters in Ocala and Some 500 research, educationand
are then sent to Tallahassee for technical development work-
"LUST FOR LIFE" final consideration. ers representing state and federal

to Gainesville agencies, chemical and equipment
Kirk According ordin-
industries, utility companies, municipalities -
ance, no bar or package store
I DOUGLAS railroads and other
,
may be located within 300 feet
organizations are attending the
Anthony of any church or within 400 feet
conference to exchange information -
QUINN of any public or private school,
college or university. on better ways to control
-color- Alteration of driver's licensesfor weeds on farms, Industrial sites,

.. *. 1:20k3:456: 158:45TONIGHT the purchase of alcoholic beverages parks, right of ways, in water and
v. in other areas.
is a misdemeanor and Is
subject to heavy penalty under the
law, according to Detective Capt.
Russell F. Richards, Gelgy Agricultural -
11. -
R.T. Angel of the Gainesville po-
lice. Chemicals, Orlando,
SUBURBIA is presiding president, while Dr.
"PromisesI! Promises I 1" at 7:15 10:30 NIW r E. G. Rodgers, Agricultural

DRIVE 'IN THEATRE Plus Gina Lollobrigida/ -"Fast Sexy" / Experiment Stations agronomist,
Gainesville, is in charge of theprogram.
1I OAIdN rMIATII .

"THIS IS THE FIRST jMjM>te.OT OTrf>M.N*!I GJ/M
.1
open 6:30 show of 7

TIME THAT I HAVE HtJtlHlTS orry I no passes University of Florida researchers -
------ this show presenting papers at the meet

h EVER APPEARED FIRST AREA ottlr)' $ are Dr. W.E. Waters and Don-
'I low 1st run adm. ald S. Burgle, both of the Gulf

r shown 1st &last Coast Experiment Station, Bra-
COMPLETELYAUNATURELT' denton, and Dr. E. O. Burt, Plan-
dori day tation Field Laboratory, Ft. Lau-
O jame garner Ii derdale.

PollY.be I
1 r'f r!::.. Other stations members attending -
y -.w..u.arriw'emot'e
a the conference are Dr. W.T.

f R 4ie, ., + a. plover, Scudder, Central Florida
,,, Station, Sanford, Dr. J. H. Or-
C o
y 12-1 darling"CINttiu5rnvr senigo, Everglades Station, Belle
MANSFIELD I I11A
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1st run hit- Molly tion, Lake Alfred, and Al J.Chapman

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Gainesville.
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MODERN
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I; ( 'l.lnf. R; r 'ISSl; lBm) Repayment Rules


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.' Changes Set
TWO nearly NEW BICYCLES for r:

sale. Very reasonable. Call :'ftor'B'ertt'COLONIAL :: .....

before 10 a.m. or after 9:30 p.m. Repayment rules for federal According to Farris, the maxi

2-6278. (A-73-tf-c). loans to Cuban students have mum amount which may be loanedis
Cruiser for Sale -- See MANOR, Sublease or
abin changed, Col. Glenn Farris, UP $1,000 during an academic year,
inda Ann Court 4 mi. South SHANNON WOODS 2-1/2 acre 8 mos. $115. Air cond. 1216 N.W.
foreign student advisor, said. or $500 for one semester.
). homesites 4 2nd Ave. Phone 2-7334. (B-72-
41. (A-72-5t-p just miles west of The new agreement requiresthe Funds for the loan are made

Gaines. On paved road. Large total amount of loans to be available by the federal govern-
,'S ENGLISH BICYCLE. Good shade trees. $2750 with APARTMENT furnished air-con-
easy repaid within 10 years with an ment. The program Is administered -
with light and baskets. terms. Call ERNEST ditioned. Like a small home
ition anytime.
the institutions -
interest of three per cent. Interest through participating
6-0548. $25. (A-14-3t-p). TEW REALTY RALPH GLAESERr near campus. Also room in pri- such loans begins 12 of higher education. The
on
without kitchen
Steve Kesterson Associates.FR vate home with or
months after graduation. UP is an important factor In get-
35' HOUSE TRAILER PLUS 6-6461. 2910 N.W.13thSt.A-73 privileges. Home atmosphere.
y the these loans.
Under previous procedure, ting
choice of 1 acre lot with lake -5t-c). 6-0410. (B-67-tf-c). loans were Interest-free, but had Farris added that up to the

lieges. Owner will clear land to be paid within five years from present time, UFenrolled 175 Cu-
[ install well and septic DELUXE ELECTRIC stove West- DOUBLE ROOM !or men. Private
choose, the date the borrower ceased to ban students, and 90 per cent
and electricity. All Included inghouse, heating units, full size entrance. Private bath. $25 each. be a full-time student.A of them have such loans.

otal price of $3,000. Excellents. oven. As new $80.00 cash. Call Use of refrigerator. 327 N.W.15th
new feature Is the fact that As to the American students,

Call 6-6461 Ernest anytime 6-9742, 1127 N.E. 22nd Terr. After 3:30p.m.(B-73-4t-c). up to 50 per cent of the loan Farris s aid, "The Federal

Realty. 2910 N.W. 13th St. Ave. Gainesville, Fla.A-75-3t-p). New air cond. furnished and bath may be cancelled, if the student Government has a similar pro-

4-5t-c)._ dinette and will teach for five years In pri- gram called the National Defense
on balcony. Kitchen ,
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1963
-- Color- mary schools in the U.S., Puerto Education Program. This is for
floor.
'S BRING THE SOUTH AMER- Honda 305 cc Super Hawk--Ex- living room on main Rico, or Virgin Island.Continued American students only."

lN LOOK TO U.O.F. RUANA: cellent condition. Call Bill GuT ful full size appliances, washing

South American cape ideal bert 2-7739 after 6 p.m. (A-75- machines In each apartment.Walkto

campus wear Can be seen 5t-p). university. Shown by resident Festival

I ordered at Camilles 116 S.W. manager. Apt.No.1,Campus Apts. Fine Arts I Idze

402 N.W. 18th St. FR 2-3357.
2 blocks from campus. 6- ,
Ii, Autos '
(B-71-5t-c).
.
|3.A-71-6t-p.) > the situation," Poole said.

I ROOMS FOR MEN -- 1 block to ( from Page I ) The need is acute. We don't havea

Cruiser and trailer. Sleeps campus. Central heat, air con- large auditorium with proper

Depth sounder, upholstered 1962 AUSTIN HE ALE Y 3000 MK ditioning, utilities furnished. $35.

khlons thru out. Two 40 HP II. Black and red racing stripes, Per month. Double occupancy.Arnold seating, footlights,stage,curtains,
The Florida Gym provides many or pit area. When visiting theatre
[Ines, top lines, anchor, extra blue Interior.Wire wheels,heater, Realty Co.1219 W.University
more seats but it Is not suitable groups come here, there is no
[ts, life preserves. Other ac- road lights. Reasonably priced. Ave. (B-72-5t-c).
either, Poole said. lie stressed the place where they can use their
sories. $2250. FR 2-3357. (A- Call Mike 2-9490. (G-70-tf-c).
"
"lack of facilities" and the
3 BEDROOM APT. 2 roommates stage scenery.

MMMMM IiMHMmMMM HMBM>M needed. $25 per month. Call 2- "poor acoustics" in the gym- "President Ritz is aware of
R SALE 1963 Admiral Por- 1957 FORD AUTOMATIC trans-
,
: 6755. (B-75-3t-c). nasium. "It Is expensive to pre- the situation." In the 1963 legislative -
[>le stereo. Cost $160; sell $90. mission. Radio and heater. Many
pare andy set-up in the gymna- budget, presented and approved -
so, scribner radio music new parts. $250. Al Bushman 929
NICE FURNISHED FOOM for male sium" he added."Perhaps by the university admin-
; Sell $45. Both ITEMS LIKEW. S.W. 13th St. 6-3649. (G-73-3t-c).
students. Heat and refrigerator. the most Important istration and Board of Control,
6-5590 after 5 .
Call FR
p.m.725tp Private entrance, semiprivatebath thing is that most of the visit- there was an item of a quarterof
) 1961 CHEVY IMPALA, 2 dr hard-
6-2721.B-75-2t-c). ing attractions that come to the a million dollars for renovationof
top, automatic, Radio, power
campus are not able to be seen t1 University Auditorium.However -
3 BR'S BATHS brakes steering. See at it ,
5W HOMES
-- power
and heard well in the existing fa- that list was thrown out virtually -
fautlful wall-to-wall carpeting, 236-c Flavet III. Phone 2-6846 Services "
: cilities. and the bond issue replacedIt.
kitchen 2 after 6:00 p.m.$1500.G-73-3t-p).
nipped car garage.W. : "
Last year the Actor's Equity .

area convenient to Univery. Association wrote the Lyceum "But, on neither building list,
Call 2-3522. Arnold Realty 1957 BUICK SPECIAL convertible. 1 Can Help YOU make money.
Council and threatened to Invoke for this biennium or the next Is
Power steering and brakes, radio, tax returns Experience
-
| (A-72-5t-c.) Income prepared.
"a breach of contract and suspend there any mention of anything pertaining -
iLL heater working. $450.00 NET call with internal revenue
taMMMMMHMBIMHM MMHH M M M
the theatre to "
performances until auditorium facilities,
\ ENDS -- HENDERSON'S Hans Grover. FR 2-0681 or FR6- service computer center. Boyd
complies with provisions of the he said.
19 3261 ext 2706. (G-73-3t-p). 1237 S.W. 2nd Ave. Phone
LL STORE, U.s. Hwy. Cry- Bryson "
safe and sanitary code. The new Florida Union will pro-
River, Fla -- Only 1 hour 2-9307. (M-73-3t-c).
"There are no visiting artists vide facilities for the Florida
| min. from Univ. Literally TONS 1960 PORSCHE 1600 White coupe.
and companies that do not crlti- Players.
TOWELS AND MILES OF FA- Call 2-1835 after 5 p.m. May TYPING DONE ON PM electric

ICS. See the lovely colors a- be seen at century tower during typewriter. Short notice. Rea-

Jilable for your home. IRREGU- the day. (G-75-5t-c). sonable rates. Phone Mrs. Mar-
l
RS OF FINE QUALITIES. Many tinez FR 6-3261, Ext. 2575 week- ConservativesBack

rst quality items also. Our car- 1956 FORD convertible, all power days or FR 6-1859 weekends or

It ends are beautiful and about $300. Also 1959 all state motor- nights. (M-70-Th-c).

ree-fourths off. The finest bed- cycle. Both in excellent conditioncall GoldwaterThe

reads one-third off. Tel. 795- Allen or Glenn 2-9476. (G-

[99. (A-67-tf-c). 75-5t-c). Situations WantedROCK'N

WMBBM MMHM MM
UP Campus ConservativeClub to the present liberal administration. -
ew homes in PINE FOREST. A
unanimously endorsed the Being a dedicated leader
Personal TENOR player
w ready for immediate occu- ROLL sax
ncy. Gainesville's fastest grow- needs work. Call Loper 6-9644. candidacy of Sen. Barry Gold- and advocate of Conservatism,
water for President in a state- Senator Goldwater alone will give
new home community. VA, (F-75-3t-p).
ment released yesterday."We the American people this alter-
lIA financing. Hugh Edwards Inc. Experienced SAX MAN Is lookingfor

IE. 16th Ave. and 15th St. 2-1551. GET WITH THE PROGRAM! and Job with rock and roll band. the members of the Uni- native.

-70-tf-c). the program to get with comes Can also double on bass, guitar, versity of Florida Campus Con-

from radio 1390. The big soundin or drums. Call 6-9411 between servative Club hereby proclaimour "As a non-partisan organization -

)LEX 16 mm roll load turret the UniversityCity.J-75-tf-c). 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. Ask whole-hearted endorsement of we call for the nominationof
the candidacy of Senator Barry Senator Goldwater for Presi-
)vie camera. Normal and wide- for Larry. (F-74-3t-p).
Goldwater for the Presidency of dent by the Republican and
gle lenses. $100. Room 11, Flori- WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN by Party
Union. the week or on weekends or while the United States of America, and the election of Senator Goldwaterby
(A-lt-tf-p).
you are on trip. 5-2194 Archer, Help Wanted we Join with other Americans in the American people."

urging his nomination and The club also announced 1964
.
60 TAMPICO Trailer 55' x 10', Florida. (J-75-3t-c)
election," the statement said. officers. The are -Bill McCol-
bedroom 1-1/2 bath centrallyand
OFFSET LETTER
Combination -
INVESTIGATE ACCIDENTS. Earn "With the New Year we find lum, chairman; Bill Cliett, secretary -
heat. Must sacrifice. No
shop needs part -time
PRESS print
$750 to $1,000 month. Men urgently the American people reinvigorated ; and Jim Devaney, Trea-
uity take Call in
payments.
up help with some experience
furnished. in their search for an alternative surer.
Car
cher 495-2445. (A-71-5t-c). needed. camera and stripping department.Also .
paid. No selling. No
Expenses needs linotype operator, makeup

DY's BICYCLE, 26 inch prior experience necessary. Pick or klugr operator, Central Fla
Ask
Russians
full
eels, enormous front basket, own Job location. Investigate Printing 1823 Hawthorne Road 6- '

Jetty good shape, Room 11, time. Or earn $6.44 hour spare 4321.E-74-5t-c).

orida Union. (A-71-tf-c). time. Write today for free in-

formation. No obligation,Universal WAITER WANTED, experienced if For U.S. Fertilizer

N'S BICYCLE, HEATH AR2io CCA-1, 6801 Htllcrest, Dal- possible. Apply in person at

Hot-plate and Electric las 5, Texas. (J-75-4t-p). Wonderhouse. 14 S.W. 1st
Larry's Eastern
NEW YORK (UPI) -- A major in purope.

oller. Call FR 2-2880 or see St. Behind Sears. (E-75-tf-c). U.S. producer of nitrogen fertilizers The Russians, who recently announced -

t. 6, 405 N.E. 5th Avenue. (tf). Real Estate said Wednesday it had been a major expansion .

asked by London brokers to sell program for their chemical and

INCHILLA. Live, about 8 Wanted chemical fertilizers to the Soviet fertilizer industries to counter

nibs old,, $10. Nana FR 2-5091, Union.A chronic food shortages,apparentlyare

ter 3 p.m. (A-73-3t-c). seeking stop-gap arrange-

INVEST IN RENTAL PROPERTY for Allied! Chem- ments to build their until
MM H HMMHB MMH spokesman crops
2 MALE students to
__ to 30rr NET return on actual WANTED -
|60 HONDA 250 cc. Excellent Up With 3 other ical International Corp., a sub- such time as the new fertilizer
invested in Apt. units. Low share 6 room Apt.
OO1t1on. New Battery and tires.rn cash MANAGE apts. senior male students. Apt. complete sidiary of Allied Chemical Corp., equipment comes on-stream, Industry -

signals, electric starting, down payments.We with fully furnished kitchen said his company also had been sources said. They also
2-3522
Phone
>ry reasonable. Call or see: No effort to you. of wheat
231 S.E. 2nd approached by local brokers also have been heavy buyers
and
at Arnold Realty Co. study room.
l eve room 3029 Hume. FR 6- Wayne Mason who States and else-
seeking nitrogen fertilizers, from the United .
6-4592. C-75-tf-c).
1219 University Ave. (I-72-5t- St. (
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Flavets, temporary Dousing vacancies.: Those affected by the An apartment project is in the
for married students, have been removal of Flavet I will be first planning stage and those students + e4
y
decreasing In number. on the waiting list of the other who are unable to get into the ,
Flavet areas. Flavet areas will be able to live
Dale Miner Braman, Flavet I Cost of the Flavet cottages is in the apartments, but at a higher
manager said, 11 buildings have approximately $27 a month. cost.
already been moved to make room
for Ing.the new Florida Union build- Frats In Rags, '


Housing in the Flavets is obtained Waif For SplendorIt's /
on a first-come, first serve .
basis. A waiting list of married
a rag to riches story for moving Jan. 27,according to Pres.
students is held by the Housing
Department. some of the fraternities on Riley Tucker. The present house,
campus. 40 to 50 years old, has a sleeping
While waiting I for their new capacity of 27 men. The new .
Thomas G. Carpenter, assistant 'i< : '
houses to be built on fraternityrow house on fraternity row will havea ..
director of housing said the
percentage the SAE's and Lambda Chi's capacity of 42 men. Tucker '''-
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of students applying for -
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are In temporary housing. The said a new feature not found in -
Flavet space has not changed appreciably Pi Kappa Phi's are living in their other fraternity houses will be GATOR POND WILL GET FACE-LIFTING
during the last four
years. old their house new one.until the completion of separate bedrooms for each as part of the landscaping at the site of the Fine
person.
The SAE's, 108 N.W. 13th St., SAE house manager Cal Brown Arts and Architecture building. (Photo by Jim Nic-
Thirty per cent of married stu- are in a smaller building one block said the chapter has received a hols)
dents are hog" ed In the Flavets, north of their former house. For letter from the SAE House Cor-
according to Carpenter. dining, they are using the Piggy poration Chairman that Gator Pond Survives
Park banquet hall. The construction
fraternity on their new house - -
rents the American Legion Hall or would begin next week. It will When the gears of progress ders of the new structure, said
waiting list eliminates financial the Moose Lodge for large parties. be finished by B session this begin to roll, many things are plans call for the pond to stayin
problems as tar as some studentsare The Lambda Chi's are In the summer or at the very latest in usually eliminated. This will not but it will be cleaned up.
concerned; however there is old Tau Kappa Epsllon house, 104 the early fall. The modern house hold true in the future of Ocala According to plans, the pond
no way for the department to check S.W. 10th St. Although it is big will feature central airconditioning Pond, better known to students as will be adjacent to""a patio near
into the financial status of the stu- enough for parties, it lacks adequate and soundproof bedrooms. It "Gator Pond." the new building. Beautification
dents. He said the department dining facilities. Therefore, will also have balconies on the of the pond will be tied into the
merely assumes that those stu- the members eat at the University second floor bedrooms facing a construction of the general .building -
dents applying for Flavets are the Lodge. Pres. Dave Pierce saidit central courtyard.The ,The pond, which is located at area.
students who need cheap housing. hampered normal chapter Lambda Chi's, who are the corner of 13th Street and Inner Calvin C. Greene Jr., Campus
operations to have things so spreadout. starting construction in March, Drive, is on the same lot Engineer and Director of Plant
have plans for a ranch style house as the future Architecture and and Grounds, said, "Plant and
Flavet I is being eliminated. PI Kappa Phi's, 1247 W. University which will sleep 44 men. The Fine Arts Building.Superintendent Grounds will also be working on
Present residents are being movedto Ave., who have lived in $165,000 house will be completely Bill Anderson of the appearance of the pond along
other Flavet areas as they have the same house for 24 years, are air-conditioned. Tassinari Construction Co., buil with the building constructors."





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By GLENN LANEY year ago. lot of coaches like to hold! ,,' .' ", ", "'''1'''<.-.',":'h -'.''<:''''' '
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Assistant Sports Editor their coaching staff," says : ) \ "
replace "I think some new blood
has already now and then helps a team ALLIGATOR .
The UF Is losing assistant foot- said he will certain
a peak at which
ball coaches at an alarming rate. the other to be J
operate
success- l
Head football coach Ray Graves week. :
attributes this to the brand of football Graves of these men have gone to I i
his coaches are learning whileat ily looking r paying and more important SPORTS i
the UFo"They "What we I have recomended everyone { I
are learning the type of fied man I don't think it is fair
football other schools like. I am Into our man for me to stand in his 19641 i io
proud of everyone of them," said There are advancement." Page 1 II Thursday, January 16, :

Graves. "All of them have movedup to me about -'W"" ". ,,,, ,
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the ladder in the football coach- will screen K ) ", ',W"1

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Freshman coach John Donaldson suited for the 1lT
Is the last to leave in a long pro- as their OLIVER
cession of resignations which for their here."A

started Dunn with was Jimmy made head Dunn.backfield definitely The new l? S)1P&) Q

coach at the University of Ten- the UF '

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Dupree were the next to leave eleven men
with Donaldson accepting a job with stopped on served with A

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day.The most rapid rise of any of will or or
Grave's protege was Mooney who three teams, 95C
was a high school coach only a means we
specialization A SPECIAL EVERY DAY AT TOWNHOUSE

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offered.No .
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sition. Griffith was head coach
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Georgia for three years before
he was replaced by Vance Doo-
ley at the end of last season.
Before becoming head coachat
Georgia, Griffith was chief
recruiter there.
Graves said he was not in any
hurry to fill the vacancies and
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possible candidates.
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Jerry Livingston Sets SightsOn Tiiti" ,IT'S" .for NEVER Jerry TOO Livingston COLD to


jef in a little practice a*

Olympic ParticipationBy r silo s he discusses times with

3 w, swimming coach Bill J Her
kaki
PAM PULLEY "Indiana has the best training It was in the butterfly that Liv- Ian.
quarters for swimmers in the
Sports Writer ingston earned his All-America
country. All that we will do is honors.

Jerry Livingston, the UF's two- eat and sleep," Jerry muses, indicating Jerry's goal for this year is one
time All-America swimming star that it will leave him no that has already influenced his life,
and personality boy, is setting his time for his other interests, suchas enabling him to establish himselfas
sights on the U.S. Olympics this golf, skiing, fishing, and as one of the nation's top
year. as after thought, girls. swimmers."I .
"If my time is good enough in Livingston set varsity and pool want to do the very best I
the 100-yard and 200-yard butter- records this season swimming the can possibly do. Next year I don't
fly stroke in the Nationals, I will 100-year butterfly in 52.3 seconds want to look back and think I might
train somewhere In Indiana or a- and the 50-yard freestyle in 22.2 have been able to do better. Only
round Yale this summer, and then seconds. the very best will do."
tryout for the Olympics," the "This Is the first year I've Picking his biggest thrill in competitive -
smiling Livingston said. done well in the freestyle. If I swimming is not easy for
swam this well last year in the :
him."It P,. '
freestyle, I would have made All- was a big thrill to set the T4
GET IT ACROSS America in it, too," Jerry says state record in swimming the 100- '" kr

with a look of annoyance. yard butterfly stroke when I wasa i
"But I couldn't swim the free- senior in high school. But it
style worth a darn last year," also felt great to win a scholar-
he added.A ship to UF, and to be name All-
r senior physical education major America twice. I just can't pick r
with plans to enter law school, any one." It an
Jerry says, "I didn't start swim- With an eye towards the future,
ming competitively until I was a Jerry is hoping that his biggest
'-
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junior at Jacksonville Fletcher thrill will come this year -- the

the High butterfly School. My stroke coach the taught summer me i=Finley;' Won't Get Louisville

With before my junior year, and after OK
that, I hardly used the freestyleat I
'' Gator Classifieds all until this year."

From American League- Owners


By HILTON RICHMAN
to move the Athletics to Louis- court, but if we must we will,"
TO LOOK CLEAN CUT, ville, Ky., and has even hinted at said the AL owner. "The only
NEW YORK (UPI) -
Hopeful
GET A CLEAN CUT dire repercussions if they do not, thing that Is sure right now is
Charles O. Finley learns the awful
but the outcome of their vote seemsa that Athletics will play ball in
truth today when the only vote he
foregone conclusion among them. Kansas City this coming season."
will get will be his own at a
WINDY'SBARBER "There Isn't a chance his request The owners, it was learned,are
special meeting In which American
for a transfer will be ready to offer Finley some help
League owners will "elect" him
granted," said one influential during the meeting, which is
to stay put in Kansas City.
SHOP American League owner, who did scheduled to start at 1 p.m. EST.
Finley will into the
go meetingwith not wish to be identified."I .
the feeling that his fellow
1125 West Univ. Ave. will stake my franchise on
owners will give him permission
one prediction," the owner added. That help could be in the formof
"He will receive one votehisown. financial assistance or possiblyby

r ." setting up a committee to meet
( That will not quite swing it with the Kansas City City Councilin

r .., for Finley, who requies seven the hope of working out a bet-
votes to move his A's from Kansas ter lease arrangement between
\ Meet The Gators City to the blue grass country.The Finley and the municipal fathers.Finley's .
one thing American League trouble began over a
owners do not want to do over lease of Municipal Stadium,where
the issue is go into court, as the A's have played since trans-
MONT HIGHLY y Finley has indicated he might if ferring from Philadelphia: in 1955.

SENIOR CENTER he does not receive approval of When he was unable to negotiatea
his proposed move. Baseball always new agreement,he went to Louis-
has feared a court suit might ville and signed a two-year
throw out the reserve clause,with- contract for the Athletics to play
Highly is a G-7 graduate from out which a player would not be there.

St. Gregory's Junior College in bound permanently to one club and That is what got the other AL
Oklahoma where he averaged without which most clubs could not owners hot under the collar.
almost 30 points per game and operate at a profit. "How on earth could he possiblydo
was regarded as one of the finest "We do not want to go into a thing like that?" wailed one.
junior college prospects in the 4 i
Southwest

Highly is regarded as one of ? pQ
the key men in the Gator attack

this season. He can shoot fairly ; !
well boasting a tine hook shot Cmturato and Supersport-two
from close in plus an accurate > superbly individual tire types developedto
close-range jump shot. One of his '' meet specific f problems of '
strong points is road holding at sustained speeds
rebounding, where ;i j =
he is expected to help the Gators ? Each has a quick sensitive response
quite a lot this season. In his 'L J to steering, provides an extra margin of
.. safety at the breakaway
first starting game last t year his i.U.t..; pOint.
18 rebounds Mere a record In the '
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Florida Vol.56, No Wants .75 University of Flori do,Gaines Curfew Alligator viiie t ThlrsdI y, Ji uary I 6, } 964 Changes BY *l (.A>TUN St aff Writer The Women Students' Association (WSA) will defiitely push plans for either an extension of Sutbtay night curfews or additional late permits, newly-elected WSA President Vic ki Weithoren said yesterday. Miss Weithorn, 3ED from North Miami beach, was elected Tuesday,. She said the consensus in the WSA was that Sunday iight curfew regulations are unsatisfactory. The reason for wanting the curfew extension, she ,ajd, is mainly to allow coeds going home for the weekendextra time to return although it will ,Lso Am, there on Sunday present. tbriftt the oins stvyutg on plan, a(> ('Iilin to Ntbs, W lights. No late [I mits juti isi I illhwm Ii at i perit us oil week nights at However she said if this tim se ,s followed, only those -Ituierits who meet ce rtain jiialificatioins will Lie eliIgile. turreitly, first trimiesicir reshniitn IT, allowed it, Iii, p.: mits, second trimester freshmtn with Ut). ,un.r age 'I, allowed five lit. Vg ietnamese Speker AtI U' Due p' iis; s()pIomout 's hay, uniliiiited late Lpe Sh,, said the disitusscd with Affairs L ester hi can "see the would take the sideratlon. Toght g "What Next for Viet Namn" Is the puzzling question considered in a presentation at the UF by a veteran statesman. Former South Vietnamese Anmbassador to the United States. Vai Tran Chuong, the father of the flamboyant Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu will speak iin the University Auditorium, today at e1:ls p.m. Chuong's appearance is spoisored by the Florida Union's Forurns Committee and is part of a coast--to-coast lecture tour he is making. [Ie will explain the background of the recent revolutior in Viet Nam and discuss the future role of his country in the struggle against the Communists in' Southeast Asa. ( unlike Madame Nu and the Diems, Chuong is a mani out of power by choice. Chuong resigned his eight-year diplomati' pnst In WashIngton Aug. 22, to protest the intensification of the! hem goverunient 's harsh policy agaiiist the Buddihists. At the same time, Chuong's wife resigned her post as South Vet N am's represent ati to the tii tted N ations. (huorig pub,1 tly broke with his dIaughter in protest agannst the IDiemn reizinme, lie later conls nted to see Mi_ dame Nhu while site w as stil I lin the Uinited St tes aftei her husband and President lDiemn weit kill_ed during the revolution. Chuong received a Doctorate of Law at the Univeislty of ParHs in 1922. In 1940 he was pr.'sidert of the Grand Council forEconumw and Financial Inte rests in inrd, china anrd in, 1945 he became Miiist of Foreign Affairs. Under the thenl new nittonalist government of President Ngo Diath Diem, Chuoig became the Minister of State in 1954. He was later appointed Ambassador to the United States. DISCUSSING PRE PA RATIONS -for former Viet Nom ambassador Tran Van Chou ng and his speeCh here tonight are Prof. Frederick Hartmann, whowill introduce him, ond Tenailedsoe, choir_man of the Florida Union forums committee. (Photo by Jim Nichols) aii.dlowced tiati plii.r, rtint-. aijitet liis Lietn Dean of Student I .Hale who said girls' point'" aindI matter tuto conin"al.dt a banquet a a" 28 Other officers elected Tuesday include: Carolyn Smith, vice president; Cynthia Still man, treasurer; Nanucy Matthews, corresponding secretary; Pamela L'Hommedieu, senior class representative; Kay iundqust, jnuior class representative; and Allison Connor and Ginger J c hem, freshman and sohpomore representatives. Two UF students blast the situation in strife-torn Pain,ma, Page 3. Editorial Editor Wayne Norfiect discovers a new bidden power, YA WNING, in Casual Observations, l'age r,. The U F School of JIouriualistn is first in the nation, Page 6. lI football coaches are leaving sin dr'ves, Page 12. No Facilities Festival By FRAN SNIDER Staff Writer tie third annual Taine Arts F i>ti' l, slated I eb. 12 -19, is duffri ig from a lick of fd(< tts to p1 eseint its exhibits and perfor * Whie Suffers mirces. Professor Reid l'ool., LDii ctor ofIyceumt Council and head of tiht Iep. rtmnent of Musk saud yeste rday, 'Ther e us U, question that h ine Arts Festlva] is lirnatert lv. the lack of spa iand facilities.'' ii past yea' s, events have been * Students Pay By CAROL NOBIS Staff Writer stutlent s pay foui times more for ''free'' I yceunm ( oUri ii event thanfaculty and stall memibet vla hase season ii'kets, [ Plium Couin; business manager lRay Anderson reported. The I ceum budget of S 22,000 finances eight con ert, to be givent in the 1'nn e rslty Auditori um, each sear. That's '2,'7Th p"'r tor e rt at which there are m0 student -reset I e se its, m Akmrg the ,t nienrt contributte 43.OE per seat. Facult, and stilt season tickets ]rP sold w ih a 1) per nt discount hell iin the Unrivaetsity Auditorium, F lorida Gymi, the Flot da Union, the I itirary anal other buildings di (AmpJUS. iThe major prohlemn of the Fine Azt ts Festival centers around 1h1 lack of spar. in the 1 niverity Auditorium. The auditorium is the inky place on campus suitable for concerts and visiting Iectur.ers. l'oole s aid, "the titmversily &ud itorum us Ijasicly a god aud itorium, but for a student boily if our site we Lee] more thin 1,2(16 seats. The auditorium is burlly in nee o fr-coiditioiinia'] in told weather it needs flu et and more effe; tive heating. 'it needs a complete rrnovjtion and the addition of a lobby, Sfoier, a box office, and lounges. The present lounges ale poorly lot ated in, the basement. VICKIl WEI THORN Candidate By PHIL HEVENER Staff Writer Gerry Riehman threw his hat Into the political and became the arena last Giutor Party' night S &fl rioutuced cajdidlate for Chancellor of the Horor Court. "'i'm running oil the basis of my tjialifitat tils' said the 22vear-oll Rirlhman,"' .md the only thing I'm asking of the students that they compare." lRlchmaa, current thief defense couizci I for the Hionor Court served extensively In various parities on the Court has (.4Commenting on tile G04cr party's choice of Richman as a candidate for the post of chat,cellor, party chairman Bob WMlson said, "'TrtW'5 not awither available man with Richman's oxpereace. lie was our choice from the beginning. Iteside, his position as chief defense council, j{Ichmnan has b.rn vice chajiceilor, served a. chairman of the hionor Court freshman orientation program, assistant attntey general, and is ex-editor of lh' Law Review.'" iticlumarn graduated from the (I F 's College of A rchitecture with a 3.4l average. Currently a senior In law school, hp has maintained S3.25 average. The WSA I,

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Ii 5 1 4 -r Sociologist Explains q .aI l' g In's i *IS i i l l r Love It~ h *Ilgmil [III -\ 1 ,''1.I [p1.1 ifini. "'ii oth (4wi is Yet) <,)i Iw siuif it'> Ifla4 Iim urn daeaPud At (, rii ry .a iiiplex IS "-Tht bIlogiu~ mlei)tiLVmpulse' whieb I', ''a TISIii y nri .35 impol tnt i~s It I S eputid to be. "-Th. ecttonmic IC ivisioi If labor'' whe rehy the womnh ars children, andi the mu, ip h proteitor. "--Sexually rolw Cd (Wnrie-t ship" -di app re Ldtion .1 the opposite %eX whirl, is character1'WM h p.iiotp I, it 'hrll iui'' o 't tl Of IPIativIlv ilIIej impholI)taii I tell YOU. "MarrIag. I'. mor. thin .i noeil ticket 0 tbiokrgical I npiuise,' uni a such mnun than 20 -'0 pei iet of the e I leeits die nieedied. F rom a IOU per ciit positivYe r' ply to these. elements ,the ''icipest irid most valuable relatiorhhIp that humiri nat.Jro krcws 'an be built Ited by tender emotion. Tbis comnup." QUALIFYING TIME FOR CANDIDATES .is here for candidates hoping to tory Mrs. Jon Knight, run in the spring V.O. T.E. party presidential elections. candidate Left to right are sect Frank Harshaw, vice presidential Kelly candidate Dick Adams, and Fred Lane, running for treasurer. Probes State Problems Blue Key Speech Tuesday BY FRED LANE Staff Writer State Sen. Scott Kelly, hard at work on his campaign for governor, called Tuesday night for statewide industrialization to close the gap} between population and available jobs in Florida. The former Lakceland mayor also denounced retail price control of milk by the Florida MilkCommissioun as an attempt "to undermne the very cornerstone ofdemocracy --persona' enterprisee" Kelly, speaking to the active chapter of Florida Blue Key at the Primrose Inn, compared the opportunities before today's college graduates with opportunities in the late 1940's. Florida's population hasdoubled since that time, an~d will double Milk .56 Tomatoes. again in the next 15 years, and greater industrialization is needed to supplement tourism and ag1culture, he said. Contending that payrolls In Florida, except the Cape Kennedy area, are insufficient, Kelly spoke of a three-stop program toward I ndust ri alization. The steps were continuence of improving higher education racilics, initiated by the recent bond issue; improve transportation faclities, particularly the primary road system; pace the Florida Development Commission on a 'hard-sell basis," headed by a dollar-a-year Industrial leader. Kelly added that he would disclose his road building scheme sometime in the next sax weeks. Looking at the recent controversy surrounding the milk comnC per half gallon .A4forl19c Lettuce .25 a head Deh cious Apples .1 C each Oranges ..69c per dozen .Potatoes .5 lbs. See Our New tin Spaghetti and e of for 33C Delicious Italian Cheeses mission, Kelly said, If elected hel would push for the repeal ofprnce'hxing. 'Current efforts to obtain| guaranteed profits at the expense of the housewife through retail price-rigging of milk is a frontal assault on America's abundant economy." Kelly said. I-e added that he would dpp%)oIt to the commission ''only those 'it Izens who publicly profe~s a strung belief In the free enterprise systems and will pledge to protect Are You A noted publisher in Chicago rMpOrt there is a simple technique of rapid reading which should enable you to double your reading speed and yet rebin much more. Most people do not realize how much they could increase their pleasure, muccens and income by reading faster and more accurately According to this publisher, anyone, regardless of his preuit reading skill, can use thiw simple techque to im provC hia reading ability to a rernarkable degree. Whether readifli sit s laehnclmatter, become possible to read sen*=m St a glance 8ad entire PMU~ in seconds with this uethed. o To acquaint the readerso dabs newipafe with the ~EaY Itolgollow rue for developing rapid readinK skill, the a-~ IpWWy b pniited fulldtal of e ntaatngself -he -eho In aunz lbopk, I ti Thb In .* -\'li.l.ab, ute huit upon i toin.uiti< it." is A

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Perhaps these people feel that it would be proper to completely Ignore attacks made against our homes, ourselves and our families. It should be remembered that Panamanin entered the Zone causing injury and destruction." On the matter of the canal's 6 111'[''Lt i r L I l 'K I' '' i "I thikk (Ii' l't ijari m gh nunouathlt j',iiiii~ (If tn ( iuij 'flt' Pt l( thlt tlut the pii isert I()Llble lies nut wIth the A nit, trails living there, it the Panr.irinr p',-p1., but rather withu the. "Pijiaiiaiiiaii polIticians."' Pausing In thought for several minutes Jack said, iTbis trouble has given them (pxollti clans) a chance to turn public attention away fromt their owl, failures. For Instance --the land reform program Is atrocious. Their president tells Johnson he wants peace and before you can turn around h'e's broken diplomatic relations, and they are demanding more land." Neither thought that as long as JUDY PAJAK so many Painaanlans are as pinr as they are and the American Zone residents are as "'relatively will off'' tensIons could ever be greatly reduced. ''I'm predicting another canal," Doug said, "I think that's the best solution." By UnIted Press International Despite the Cact that the Paziamiai political thermometer has dropped several degrees from last week' boiling point, its rumblings are still being heard up and down the world's pohiticai spectrum. The ComtmunistNewChina News Agency, in its usual vociferous form, claimed that more than one million people 'surged through the Chinese Communist capital of Peking in ali artit-Amerlean demonstration backing Panamain the canal zone controversy. The most serious adverse reaction habeen found In Latin America where there s ''ageneral exp ressioni of support for PanamaN positioni" the USIA rep) rted. Jr. Eastern Europe, noted, commentators the survey assigned a large measure of responsibility for the crisis to the United States and some urged a review of U.S. policies in the C anal Zone. IN PANA MA Itself, the U.S. and Panama flags were raised simultaneously on ne w but separate staffs i front of Balboa High School In the Canal Zone where the fl ag incident which sparked last week's riots andorigi nat ed. The flag raising ceremony was the first concrete manifestation of the pace agreement between Panamra and the United States worked out under Organization of American States (GAS) auspices. To these rumblings were added the omtfOUs voice of the Soviet press who used the Panamaniam incident to denounce the United States and at the same tbme extol The virtues of Communist theories of colonialism. Paperbacks SM .Nelson A. Rockefeller BARBARY SHORE .Normnon Mailer HESS FOR FUN & BLOOD ..Edward Lasker FE & TIMES OF LUCREZIA BORGA ..Marie Bellonci -HE WORLD OF ALDOUS HUXLEY ..ed.Chorles Rob, OOD INTENTIONS .Ogden Nash OTES OF A NATIVE SON. .James Bcidwin Fine Line Technical & Reference QUANTUM THEORY .Sohm .a'd.inuns ra~ By PHIL DOUG PAJAK Reds AttckU.S. On Cnaionen The Browse Shop Ouality FUTURE OF FEDERALI C LI G N

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Irwin To H I \ 414' l I ,'I (o li.jiba f I IIIl w4 Named 1ghb Court iiio %Ltit l.IhIhi, 4m., F i*. ptci timntM imsistilit to thlt gI[Xin .1(1 '~ iiainied to stit <4e I~ I 'viii. lih, two officials w|I bhiw n mi it a l dotb It ath-takii renimori in the sum ,mm (curt it [n(11n F rulay. A nuiUineent If the ippsltpliIenI.,Ig ti 4(ilkihimientlytt}*1 Ig tesp4 tif the Hi. dci lIntd] will liun this tsay wheher he wat im lth. to m~enhts tfy Gov. [-at ris bryant was ,dhugh hie is expelte "I RIehlY l, ti deSO. had heeni 11n (pell Serjt i th [Ipitol for .4 wk. I rvin replaces Terrip I wvho uhed $G Suunday, les, Ii st (bun it tlht kg. of than 24 hours titer he had suio~uncti lhe rutir. rnm the henih. Kyuies, W -yea -old (Wild 0/AS 6 lii a bi i i.nouuc emnirt of thi. appont merits to I s~p( al nows coidri InC.e Fivt ya p1 aisetl EIu II Is "aidb .hdvi)*tu of the rights of the state and( of thc, prerog.Lies .jf Its u ti/euns throughout athii. distinguished 'reel. -) ---'-I. BOX BOUNTIFUL $20 PEP LBn tnt ANOY0' t* 'C "Aa 1st You've been during 1 13 VW.Ufl We're Hovi I v.A ng EVER Our SALE us with your patronage ths we thought wve'd show our apprec iation wiht5's vrSl' ey DRAWING FOR FUN .every ihursdoy night den ts can take advan Is one of the Florida Union-sp tage. Many ore free, but there is onsored functions of which nominal fee for the we> I lessons. THE UNION SIDE 'Living BX BIl GOXODWIN ANT) NANCY WEINBERG The phrase Meet mue at the Florida Union'' too many t imes of will help mike your participation ini the activities of the Florida Umion an enjoyable and meaningful part of your collegeexperience. The tUnion Board provides agives limited visions of Traffic miusemnent iiinimary varied fields. Court, Student Governnment offices, and the inner sanctums of the Florida Blue Key. In actuality, the Stuw lent union em alis the "liv hng room of the cam pus,"' even with the (critinueddecrntralilationi) of the university. The principal aim of the student center, programmed by the Union Board for Student Activities, is Io provide atn opportunity for sbudents to pursue and develop thei A tearful cry from the girls' dorms is "'Where (aln we meetbho'se" The ,insWer ttheir plight could he the Unmon. Not only does It provide a grounds tot compauionship, but also bl,,rin entertainment at the same time. Uric has only to look at the [Unioli's facilities -music rooms, brow sing library, craft and photo shop, Camp Walburg, social rooms to make this evident. This is the first in a kaltidosrupe Of articles SOUR AIE FH that we hope Its II all-student committees provide act vitres ranging from Club Rendezvous lances tointernational suppers to a fun -filled (ator Gras ii he weeks rid articles to comewe will lntrotti(, yOU SUdents Campus these different committees It' cilities, their specific .i]mj ,iid their plans for fulfillmnici I thi. goals to entertain you. The success of our scia pf articles lies in your 'int wO -.4. pleasure during your brots nI. study time. We hope to tic ihi thi phrase "'Meet me at the E b i i Union'' an indication it wit0 hie expericnces to come. Next week: Craft shop. Fr Sen. harryvGcltiwter's ofliid eliti ance into the i:ce lot the (eputblian jn I l de nt il mrnmpiation was the signal for the start of arppiigmng on uamp~us tnt the Ari/oiia Senator. Studien Is ror (joldwiter. the Ii organlizationi iflilateci with the Natiolcal Youth cor Goldwater, will inc hiii ncd linig the dhum beating (hores Oil (dfmpuIS. Merle lDimbath,, 7FIA trom Tack sonv i le and pres Ideat of the local de s rt *t) 10! giuization, Plans said tip lom n iby (icdti. ii' "'very erncouraglng, hec illu. flow we had been suiq.' i Now we van step up paiga for him, Im,!, k i{,witi finally in the rate." ''Our aim is to gLent it port dm(,ng college Goldwate-,'' he said, .unile Jni that young people are intma in him. We feel we
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>4 e di t oria., C%() Ni an Rcachcs Out. Inh dai,tvweil Es m 'Tmplt I sIk> liiai ii 1iisjIot,. the headllirnes often read Like thriller mligaine It they relate the Latest in racial violence. in allies vile they read MGUE Plans Negro liegist ration I)rive" Part of the reason for this difference is the basic attItude of the people in the respective communities; which has its reflection in the attutudes and ct tons of the groups which are strIving for equalit in both areas. It is to the credit of the local Student Group For Equal Rights (SGE ) that they have kept their projt t on a constructive and rational basis. Whrle we cannot say that we have agreed with everything the group has tried to do, we must commend them for their overall attitude as manifested by their lastest efforts. Their avowed goal of encouraging Negro registration for the vote on the upcoming bond issue is Just such an effort. It is our belief that co-operation for the better preparation of the Negro community to take its rightful place In society must start at the grass roots. And while the peaceful effort to absorb all races equally Into our educational and social institutions goes oil, it is important follow n thg footsteps of 'thesethlucky fw' away from the tattered fringes of American society. No man reaches out to help another without somehow lifting himself. It is ,ur hope that in the future the attitude of all groups will be to consider the advancement at society as a whole, rather than their particular corner of the street. That 'integration'' will be carried on to advance humanity towards an ideal, rather than for the compilation of favorable statistics. If this is done, then more headlines will be of the Gainesville variety, ndw ther Tuscaloosa" headline will gradually disappear from our W.C.N. Moments Of Reflection For the past week, the social room it the Floridai Union has beeii the most colorful room this side or the Smitlisonian. Walking through the print sale, (oitnuing there through Fri.) we were confronted with everything from the light flowing lines of a happy Renoir to the deep somber mood of a Reubens landscape. This display, which should set a C-S student's heart flame, Is provided by the Floria Union ini order to bring rine art within student's price range. For those of us who ire awed by the pectiitic disscusslons of the mTerIts if rmpress onism"ti and expressioni 'm" andi have a tendency to shy away when SomeOne mentions the ''power' o' a certain pailitirg, this is the golden oppwrtunuity to wanide r a round and judge for ourselves whit we like, lien', we are in the e lv iabli posi lion of being ible to pick Iumn the twst of the masters oil the lusis if the -omewbat vague n''Inn that it will o well with my room' 0r just pltiji 'I like it''. It is somiewiat rewardiiig to wander through the room ujitncumbered with the porileroti, evil nations of the experts, aind enjoy art for the iake ol oulr I e sponse to it. '.iUs, ing for ,nmonient to reflect iin wonder at a part I U lar pain g we somnitimpes fee I sense of awe that Ihe pilittr himself must have felt when he first saw his dream begin to take shape. While st .uidig there we i preseiit lh. nilmitnation or the efforts of two groups -thus, p' ofessors that struggled so ha. d to make us ware of the qualities of fine art, and thi F loi ida tinion that brought then, there fi our inslpction. All that WOE k Pou a few mlomnent' of reflctoni. Unless, o[ course, you spend a couipl. of dollars to take one of the min ste pieCIS liomlit The Florida Alligator Served [bv Umited l'ress International Editor.Walker lundy Managing Editor. .13111 puller Assistant Managing Edito. .,.lohn Askms Editorial Editor. .-Wayiie Norfleet Sports Editor .lDasr erkowit, Wire Editor.--. .fohrhomna' Feature Editot *. .,.( yinthia Tunstall Campus Living Editor.Fud} l ynn Prime Editorial Assistants. John HaiR o'k, I.ri I it,, Glenn I iney, Gall Sobering, Nanci Livnmet, Alan Campbell and Belt> Wendt. Heporters.MILC Poner, Jim Ca.tello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gastop, Douglas Molitor, Delita Nlathisot, Sal' Stock, Kathie \Martin, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter,* Joe kolhin, Stan Kuip, Pam PNile) Agnes Foitles, n-m Deli-ri. nash F-ran Snider. Fred l ane. Kjthrine ---~~~~1 ~1 C> 'K A I N if -' NK S 0 PRINT SALE 'What do A 'Tm you mean, 'too academic'? You're looking out the window!I" Casual Observations By WAYNE NORPLEET Editorial Editor The power of suggestion seems to be second in force only to the atom bomb. The last time I walked into a supermarket to pick up a quart of milk, this fact was driven home to me to the tune of seven dollars and eighty eight cents. Wandering toward the milk counter, my eye was caught by some scientifically designed distractions. You guessed it-after rambling up and down the isles for h a l ati hour, I walked out completely brainwashed, carrying a sampling of everything they had to offer, except the quart of milk. It, order to stay off of Va~e Packard's private reserve of con,siumer motivation WI turn to the more interesting (and less expensive) experiments in the swayiig of the subconscious; and the ''iifluenice your friends'' games that ire popular now. The easiest Is the "'start .id watch him move'' bit. do is pick someone rows ahead of you In Pandiculations All you ue.d five or six a dull Iectire and give himi the coiiren.-rated stare. If all goes according to plan, he should start squirming, and ultimately look over his shoulder to locate the source ofhits discomfort. Incidently, this has been known to be an effective way (if meeting the lovely blond who Just happens to sil In front of you in IL., 101. A hard stare, a quick smile, and you either walk away with a Tw fr jend, or frostbite. (In the last year I have discovered 4'7 different ways to cure frost bite.) The most fascinating use of this nidden power, however, is tied to Onte of the most comm ie, prac tin s inticeatblt ci ii hnPUN (No, no --it has nothing to do with sCK), which after this properly pxirmpous tnt product lou we shall is CUSS lank of the subterraneui dark ross or the oral cavity, a inmwr of remote faci.l muscles lock in HONOR COUR T REVIE W Potential I Editor's Note: Itob Mcounts recently appointed Clerk of lionor Court to finish out the mainder cat this term. For Leadership was I hit I FJAY 1101 MOIJNTh As 'iii ly wayss happens it the beginning of each trinmvstei the Honor < otst has several c C on st tution, is required to assist thr C hin ellor, pu epare and preser't the rec ord, of the Court, arid per form othen such administration duties as .le tie' tsshry. *le has no sott in honor Court proSystemi ini reu'nt years has resulted from tlie tart that it has not lberi brought close viiough to the people. Thw Honor (ourt has beii coruelved by the aver age stuuden i as a star chme' or as something foreigii which surely does riot affect himi ini any real way. The tint h is that iii a vs ry real sense the honor (
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R ABBI KOBRINETZ SAY S Religion In Teagarden Dead Life PhIL GEYE R Heligon-mire Week university Ibreak the of "Chmir h"' mnd RA8BI KOBRINE TZ J ournalism Firs I The 1FF Set, -Is currently r riatlon in, the journilisml ta (unnhingham, hearst Aw.,rdis ool of Journalism ranked first In the hear si I otimdallon rds prog ram. *high Ih m l r mi i n of the cc) mllmitti it te IU, said. (unigham said the contest is {ip.n to all icr rchltrd Sclicols 4f .Ictiunalism thrrouL'Imlit thr ao. FP8K Meets 13i~l Sw ii tii.iiimII 1 of Ihi, Iloniela It!,,. Key Speik.r's liiI et rnt Monday iiight with the BIilim lerSOnnfEl. lulihlid 'inh gIOup) eA~S the staff whose JOt) is In irec I th. tunmcrnts 'peakig ,'ig.II'nients thrmnmghotit the stite,. I-Il Atihoti is the Issist~lit chairrmin rof th. stiff, hini lugth is lw-mel of *ngagmnits, billliugtei hirhs ha gencia ih Ivsmn, Tim (PT Ih LW stiret.,' V 1Thi. ye i th. proria AT))i ditilt Nt itt sit that th,; miix gilt" know the ('V and t its mue ;posltioni ini lii stile. Swiim commntieii.'t Oi tiht pui that the students can pity in te ipplirit bus frctm stuimelits Intere,teul i par ticil ig is speak cr5 In liii ye',h p1tiim." Applic.,Ioni art As ailable in Room ill of the Flw idi Union, (1(11m 1-5 p.mu. MIondmn through Fri day. AL FORD'S TOWE R HOUSE p 'CHAMPION" We SALE Slacks I )iins I 4t A StAir' sepe ration "State''' By ek Not Io iMk tihe im m it i 'A'Ip .e OF ilillel I ,uiititon, S WI. "lust a, it i univ,'isity wi art Ix puSed to mraiiy '*( tilii fiae-IS, Hiligion ii -Iife Week gives the student P1 44%pl tuniity foi expostlIe to r un "nt religirits issiuts arid prttlei,,s .ippropri te to our life." Stuiiits whin participate In 1kligion in, -Fe Week ,Ic so mi a voluntary basis. Observance of Religion-un-I lie Week enhancesthe cultural statn, p of uriverslty intellectual life, .ccairtlirig to Rabbi Kobrinet. "'Prcograms are offered on rny cultural themes, and to exclude religion would elimmale an lmpor-. tant factor in American life." Rahbi Ktobrnnet,/ said he concurred with IDelrich EBonhoeffer that mali must adopt a deeply genuine commitment t(J a religious faith. Honhoeffer wrote that man would have to make a rommitmenmt or In Heart in whnch each school may eider two pieces of writing per month. 'I hi. pieces are thrn judged and ranked iIAtIonlally. Pot ire giveni t t hr top 20, with the first ten winning money awards mnd duplicate awards going to the sm'uools. The next Ie'' tttber, lie'k y Qujitfi wished thiud ir the nation winiiinig '65U0 .'Inud IIa ries em lw.I an thi' No emetr 'oiittst, wilniu' $100 .uK i ttiI the I' TI first 'list yetr, the stttdeiits p}Itid tourthi iin lihi iiaiion .ini liihe't east i)Fthe Nississippl IRiv,, ( uiIthey fiiintbet tft il l ~tin arid iiighist .mni'ug thi s hiiiii til southi. Si \ II Stat Is :m1: L)RIVI-IN --Me' 2: 853 ioug I list I ,uid 8. a' --. V. Iitt:I. zits TIME MEN Sport Coo ts BI Sweaters I 2(1 tolay-. Sweaters Suits Dresses Sk irts til e 'jul Wait.c mn' l~iis Armstippii'\ liiiu. 11111en Mdi% nu h /a d9uahre Wor ship ,ttwi siiil''. hi. is Il l i r 1(1 i yard slimk. ( .minltniitt It IithL iS found nut ,nIly ii Phbsel v .1141 tint rather ii pra tical 11pplui' 1m daily tasks.' Pegaing Btoottvi wrntio liar ti lilirch must get rput (it its' stagnatron, Itibii k(,irieit, said, "'to uten we think tith iihu h dits flut resobh a L urrent problem it is out of ccii h with modern times. Most gene I lions Feel that they have sky-rct keted 11h ad of the r pi ederessor 5, when in reality we may have mtod fOL'Ward 07 backwaril ust a tw 'hort yards. "'iii problemIs that plamguemiii kini today ire essientialy the sam. as they were ,i score of years ago. A World ( omeh ci Age' implies the search indl yearning for the Utopian go.,! that all mcii are striving for.'' ''I think that it is essential to recognize t 'A(t that intonation or religious philosophy can do it alone. Only through a sincere collective pnlng of the Intel lee tual resources (an m~an possibly get on the track for attainment of that goal." Rabbi Kobrinetz pointed out that we cannot live n a world dominated or controlled by one political philosophy; i.e., Co mmullis m, Capitalism or Socialism. ...so too must we recognizin that there is no on e particular religious philosophy Iih at will solve or achieve Utopian ideal. All highwvays lead to God. In er h and every religious faith there is that forte which will propel mankind towards the godl of muatuue unie rstaniniig iiit .ihiievemeiit."I IIa l i amI ha roI rid '7 m a ---y ,~ [Fr Ish il. Thei L'r.et brc-kthroiieh till e *pe tiial11h ijunth li will lbrig 'i irn sh uMrd ultieh' w-IIJt, just 's a imiathetiu' i l hlimiirIhs i ri'h kii oie ijejrid ii a aole e th r il~ i etw r clx I i iii iiid Ihr caeutLu cut [ir eth'e itt p Sr I ,tst peei-ln Ics 137. itf ,iii .rittelet he i urd /ip I' hi / riqrirdhun ju I or/ /tr Fr thu/ ,p tb, 'hel r~cp ne ieu tlie 'irI nainad LEhz:Pdti Biarr It I''-I'' t, Ir }7 ch uk tie 'rik reicjae hii igtintr4d 1ip liii Ihl uteqr lio fir pMetr when 4ie irre IL el~ Ii~ e-IeIiej$o ha1 lnwt tha et e tire,. I,\ie ritt., j ir--to.'el iit in rter Im lai i Ii le -u ruii, a u rn cci, k i ~ NJ II ionf r'-Ia a n -n w o n w o i l o e A GIIIE FOR THE GIDERS nuna Icing war i.is recethx 14*1 .eIaieed hs flit uutes Imi ,u'titad hm' thi~ert, F. I',luili link, lie xiiwh' Fiphl liii' tuir ph efuteiig \cnuliil.e Ihiioris it thei Nt I a < alliga' ii I'uteiitr an IIuip'tilenal 'iiiitpii H~r iiih ipik mi 4h e iechmeg ti, whPerI. prioIln'ee i f tijnient mLiiiiuis, Inrie lit an, i~iuIhtt~ighyrsetdpdgge.daM -iuoktr cii \lrber (e'jgnritti (I[ uueuliii \l.rlbepn, leir r.:ieus tirst. limbiiiatthtli.aolid lIr IEnh~imk'. )rieu1)ar I )r lubFenk l, IimI the xit jul tai-t II) pwtk tiht tile st rmict lMixrpuil flier. tie inest hltragriiutiltir, tie u-t pel .1 huh. tie erumt t!h1 tip lIp Treplim refer, ii cour.'. toe \lrhuiir ineiio arilbt':rpi m eehetiptuh \IanIIr 'thbrs.t o Ilifethili lo rFepr i iii ') inuiiii iiere i l ese xi ro ake tE tax vi m i t ['het I tie sli' it .i stnidenut pii he u .lnptp ie d nil ar \,iils i, uithi h tdntaerl Movie Log F I OIt)DA--Tike lien, She's 240, 1:47, 6:5I, ad Th' 'ugh Wednirsiy. Shirts Winter Jackets Convoy Coats 20%0(TWENTY PERCENT) 20t flFF lili F 1 '111 1 111 | s r j || t || I || Cvr iNi ,1. 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City May Receive S UB U RBIA DRIVE -IN THEA TRE Prornises Plus Ginac TNI Promise ILollobri More t' i' Iii' t ,,i d ille il ' ' it pihidhl il'! ii tI th' Atl'iiIIV til iit I'luluo ii isl is It. 'Ies. Inai 1l eiioilou uill 'iutl t1it i lt',tid e IL a lN p [ I(11. N W,t'bt. E l i ti c ueii tt illEaind Thur1sd/ aln'ilt. sif T hEdly .40i. T O ilil tiRY tll ai 1ilatd itiSO u ,"oein ilit t V A Niltl10 heil oi m~r OGHy1qi nessatr RIfcuiousy "LUS T FOR Tr LI ti ed FE K i rk DOUGLAS Anthony QUINN --color1:20k3:45A6:15'8:45 GHT s"at gido 7:15 -0:30 'Fost & Sexy"' -, ------I. flU3*SU3. Liquor a [ i , t ,i [ h i c [ 1.1 | 4 I [1 11 I 11 4 i i li i 'it ii ill fit, 1W iil h!I ,ttt t' e r pet i [t hule' thin 1 i' s 'laWis iAssist il [[y MNigii1.I I ii ll4)Ilitith kibld the~u 10'e is 15k igi -,ti)1 lit clih.' .Xt v'ol Iiii[ tLP li ,kaiiutidI$gh, (a ili i lt* tilit eilt'a uphlji.teel'eilg Itiap1 rotu ligl'ts r city ll, i'ji'b l li ttli &(OvlII hle .jviI(XlI di'tiiijtiuaia.( rijla ti Bi 4 k edouh "lts Li ini IltiIant tuhe 11(11x4), ulihnss nay b graiit.d at any time dift McKImev Sauldallmriotuis andhlittuls of IOU units or more would! .tiitomiat ally recel vt liquor Ii. I 014Ss upoxi application. Applications are first sent to lDistrlct State Beverage lepartmerit headquarters ii Ocala and are then sent to Tallafrtssee for TInal consideration. Accon ding to 6 liliesvill0 orina-. litre, IE lbat or package store tliy 1, ,ijiued within 300 ,feit of any thurth or wit hiii 400 fijtI if mny public or pi ivati' srhxo, col lege or unliversit y. Alteration of ditvir's I(lIceS4A5 fii the purchase of .Iluoholic byvex tges is a miisdemrnin did is siitjtet to heavy penialty ound Il th law, iclonlui to lDetctlv. (a.11 H .Angel of lihi ,itiisvilli JW)1W b6154f TMAsrau, open:30shoat?7 rent .7M sorry ,no passes ----this show FIRST AIWA 8No fr low 1st run odmn. shown ist & last Jamn -garner pelLy bergen mEwe ,u~er, *darlug au '2d 1irnkhtMol l 6Ys otnnn B EE, 'Youngwingers'I H5ELS put on a, S inute*$ SOLES put on in~ IS m'nu'eq MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP ocuoss Vram Iii fictional bank Licenses sis lii m it i i i, I 14 P t Lt liw bi S'ioo fiue, ph leh tI uiltlt i l iR jt Wet 'L +i l ii lit lxd, t i I I I t '' 5(11 hiS kuiIl sail lhlt Ihls I tt tiv, 12 or I) 'ii Its toi get a bkitle usually it. a ftwditink', bftit ditviigbiak.' WagesWar On Weeds W -gigwr nwe,,eiii vrsty of Florida Agrirultur 41 lExperiment Statilu risearihi'rs hay,' jrind si tenthstIs fruom the 12 southern states at Jackson, Miss., Jan 15-37, for the I'384 Southern Weed (onferenre. Some 500 research, e(Iucition and technical development work ers repr'sentinlg sl ate and federal agenrcie', thei tal sud equlimet I ntustr lus utility cu mpanl as,mix-tic Ilaliti'S, riurotads, jild oilier "i gidatkis .rc aitening Ii, ci""i"i Nut to ixchaigi tirnim tioit on batter ways tO igijtrol weedsin farms industriuI ,tts, IUtks, gusi of wIys, ii, waim .11) Ieusael F. ariultujfll (h i. .{0d14 I' i iruii'ut St (,ini,,vla, It iii vi, stry it '2 s III'Shuhtlil .11(1 S C aos I db rd1,1 irs Ag ii tois 44 lhii *,irV Awcila ldr 1111st, (nJre Ilorila sarh flafIn a ith mii '''lii 115 Ist of Ii, (i "xrrai Iin -i 4und Hr. I .(I. luit IIan w I ilhor atq y, I I. I tu*I4 thi tciil'trij art' Dr. W. SIiat lol, aliforci, I)!. J. Il. (rsenioE vs, gbudis Stattor, lielle (lad., .l.0 Hyali, Citrus St.lion. r a.e Alirad, and Al ichap"'ial, restatl issstant ii atrolLT hi Soutiti-rn We.d C;unfer, ItS his be, F ii existence shinc e 1948l. ligpresmnted in lb. coriler.nre are Alshani, A rkanisas, Florida, i rjin Tenni.'sse, Texas and Vtfjish 'A | d i

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FRIDAY eS Youk, f.ASI CHANcES A To F S pg 'I -a, --r TNAT5 RI H, ERiDAY, JMAJARY I7, IS YouR LASr QRI'ER YouR SEMiNoLE. Dort SE TaE LAsr KID CIIACE N foot WE i HBQJIw aM AT TJE fo CET HuB, JuST VOlE INS IPE oR You AIJNT T E ('oT DooR, OWE. DOLLARS, WsEIU# p I r e a I (P SEMU'NOL V S S C yr N S 1~ 0 a ~~1 To Ut CsT C3ET THR.EE

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Repayment Rules II. ENDS -HENI)ERSON'S 1 It STORE, U.S. Hwy. 19 CryI l iver, Fla -Only I hour mmn. from Univ. Literally TONS TOWELS ANt) MILES (if FAkit. See the lovely tols iible for your home. ILZREGtIRS OF FINE QUA[ITIES. Many rst quality items also. Our cat it ends are beautiful and about --ee-fourths off. The finest bedreads one-third off. Tel. 795-99. (A-67-tf-c). -w homes in PINE FOREST. A w ready for immediate OCC'mhy. Gainesville's fastest growgnew home community. VA, IA financing. Hugh Edwards Inc. F. 16th Ave. and 15th St. 2-1551. -70-tf-c). )LEX 16 mm roll -load turret vile camera, Normal and widesle lenses. $100. Room II, FloriUnion. (A-lt-tf-p). 80 TAMPICO Trailer 55' x 10' bedroom 1-1/2 bath centrally Sand heat. Must sacrifice. No tuidy -take up payments. Call ceher 495-2445. (A-Il-St -c). UDY's BICYCLE, 26 -inch heels, enormous front basket, 'city good shape, Room II. orida Union. (A-7l-tf-c). 4N'S BICYCLE, HEATH AE-2 idio, Hot-plate, and Electric roller. Call FR 2-2880 or see it. 6, 405 N.E. 5th Avenue. (If).' 1960 l'OkS(II 1600 White' 0 1*. (jail 2-I 5 uftul p.mn. M!ay he sAti .it cetthrit touei th hg tht day. ((-'7 -te 1956 Ft $300. 1kV colnvel tdble, all powvr Also 1959 all st ate motor'yule. Both call Allen 75-St-ct excellent OiidltOt or (leni 2-9476. (iGET WITH THE PROGRAM' and the program to get with comes from radio 1390. The big sound in the linversity city. (I--75-ti-c). WILL CARE FOR ChILDREN by the week or on weekends or while yo are on trip. 5-2194 Archer, Florida. (J -75-31-C). INVESTIGATE ACCIDENTh. Fan $750 to $1,000 month. Men irgently neded. Cr furnished. Expenses paid. No selling. No prior experience necessary. J'ick own job location. Investigate full time. Or earn $6.44 hour spare time. Write toda) for free information. No obligatiOn, taversal, CL A-1, 6801 Hillcrest, lyallas 5, Texas. (J -75-4It-pt. --.-=--------'IYPl~IN IONE ON I'"M electiT typewriter. Short notice. Peatinabt 1t ides. Phone Mrs.* M AZ -tine, ER 6-3261, Ext. 2575 weekdays or JR 6--1859 weekends or nights. (M-70-Th-c). POCK'N ROLL TENOR sax player needs work. Call Loper 6-9644. (F-75-31 -p). Experienced SAX -MAN Is looking for job with rock and roll band. Can also double on bass, guitar, or drums. Call 6-9411 between 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. Ask for Larry. (F-74-St-p),. Comalnation UFVSET -LETTER PRESS print shop needs part -time help with somie experieflce in camera and stripping department. Also needs lInotype operator, make up or klugrn operator, Central I'a PrInting 1823 Hawthorne IRoad 64321. F.-74-SI-cY. WAITE R WANTED, exp'rinCed possible. Apply in person Ia r y's wonde rhouse. 14 S. St. Behind Sears. E--7tf-Ch. if at st Changes I ig i 1 .r i h i* hit' r't~Litt witi iLtt t Of ijontlis lit lihctkr pII Ili i n sil. 4 t h l I )11 it ith, i Ii: r pel ''it. 'I Ri id t'll. eviolls p1ottitiz, iI2 lih'' Lilies were itet 'st -riru hd I.b paid witihii (iv,' ve IN (Tum b full-timn' stiudl,)t. \ t'Vw feituir, Is th. t tt Iliv be cantelkd.1i thlt sIudnt will tin I (ci (ive viu icnIi pii ,ta 11041 ho l in tie 1'.8., itc Rico, oiV tini Islaind. Fine (Connud 'Thi FlortId,' G mo re seats but Arts from Page I) It is not suit 1bl1, either, Poole said. liestressed the 'lack of stage facilities" and1 the "poor acoustics'' In the gymnasium. "It Is expensive to piepare .itty set-up in (hi' gymn stut" hi added. "Perhapis the most ilmixit lnll 1h11g is that most of the vlsi hihg atit it tluhs (hit come to the .ImpJulS .4r tViot ,ible to lie St'*'i lint liexid WONl ii tihO existing tiildte'.'' l ast yinr lih Actor's Equity Asso' s iatiji wrote (1hL I yttihml Council .ii thre.tqnqd to Iivok,' "htbeaii of 0111 W act ii SUSIhid p.'r fflm.hmiS Wnil Iih th,.,tr c complies witiih prvhiios of thi, site iti Sa y Y 4()(.'' IThtte dte l* Ri Y tiiI i list., lmi iImipanies lhii do hiot cc dti. Set \'i ed tc' gi 'hi i I' p li n I I il ii hi t I it', li i t hic y iii ''kg tijist b l hs.tilg ve ilt I te d io i i ti (P the sof ( nim hf sh la.Th SFt .is mp11 ii t 'i, Feck'r i l ghAiis (.1110 th Np tini hie A ntil stiitli' tt h tiy. u Femstutivaut'0 elt cl/s the sn ituia ion o. sad A'T o he Am I, ue.m loutdnys, stttiig footihst, "thge T F teis o int .hen .visitmng Ithilir gra n e Wtled thy aiiinus iitn. Amheria y .int ol FPesiutntit is'areo cithe situation" Inth 93leis-d lthe tjet, lires"ted ai"d *I** .I lhi' l ahvlst uditorium h pow r hat, olith i, Ic~h ut vi r Br itt 'ii eia.hen uiing lisatr ro tps iic ntm iti r, there t i, n tic, il whunk lti It ili t h ei r hth' sit.ain "I h 93lgs lht 1v Fulgetii; pr tiit andl pprovieI byt5.ieriyamn Conse rvatives Back oldwater TIhi Uls Campus ( otisirvativ, to the present liberal adrmrilsiraClub unanimously endorsed the tin. Ileing a dedicated leader 4 andidary of Seu. 8arry Goliand advocate of (onservatism, water for I'rei~dent in astafrSenator Goldwater alone will give mient released yesterday. the Amerivan pxnopl. this alter"We, the members of the U Ii -natIve. versity of Florida Caimpus ('0tnservative Club hereby proclaim "As a twin-partisan organltaour whole-hearted enidorsenientof tiori, we call for 1hw nomination the candidacy of Senator harry or Senator Goldwater for PresIGoldwater for thm Presidency of dent by the Republican Party aid the United States of America, and the election of Senator Goldwater we join with other Americans in by the American people." urging hi s nomlllatioh and The club also announced 1964 election," the statement said. officers. The are --Bill McColWith the New Year we find lum, chairman; 11112 CItet, sethe American people reinvigorated cretary; and JIm Devaney, TreaIn their search for an alternatIve surer. Russians For U.S. NEW YoRK ([ P1) -A major U.S. producer of nitrogen fertilizers suid Wednesday it hadhbeen .--4 I-. I .*-r~ a n. ii Eastern L'urop. The Russians, who recently announced a major expansion nrnhlranm fnr thair ehpmlr.I arvi 1

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t~)f FIorj~, Al I -Iull'ui1r~/ 16, 94'i Flcivets Go Continue LhrIVd -? 4thJmh Uv JhdILL I 411 i ml Ftt IIICIPLeIf hiv' be kitally ilrld I baI,. A mtU~ir rib IDepartm n Mii ii IBr .m.m, F livet i LWid liijI bCr1ing1hav waiting is helii uit. list of niirrteri by tth. louliU ng l 'rhomis G. Carpenter, .sslstanut director of housing, said the per centage 4f students applying tot Flavet space has not changed appreciably during the last four years. Thirty per cent of married students are hKM ed in the Flavets, according to Carpenter. waiting list eliminates financial problems as far as some students are concerned; however there is no way for the department to check Into the financial status of thestudents. He said the department merely assumes that those sMudents applying for Flavets are the students who need cheap housIng. Flavel I is being eliminated. IPresent residents are being moved to other Flavet areas as they have .111 liw termI a f F As s To IVs! Wi1!d o I id i pit,. ,S Os f thi& tivit rotig. is Frats In Wait For it' arag to rihs stii y iou ,ortetof th i .a Ier iut ii .11on A FYm us. While w i t I rig tortheft new heiuses Ui bit hault oin fraternity row, the SAEK's An' [anibda Chi's are In temporary housing. The Pi Kappa P11's are living in their 1)1d house tint I tht comrplet on of their new one. The SAE'S, 108 N.W. I 3th St., are In a smaller building one block north of their former house. Eur dining, they are using the Piggy Park banquet hall. The fraternity rents the American legion Fal or the Moose Lodge for large putties. The Lambda Cli's are in the old Thu Kappa Epsilon house, 104 S.W. 10th St. Although it Is btg enough for parties, it lacks adequate dining facilities. Therefore, the members eat at the University lodge. Pres. Dave Pierce said it h ampe red rormal chapter operations to have things so spread out. Pi Kappa Phi's, versity Ave., who 1247 W. Thihave lived in the same hMust for 24 years are UF Grow I ltVet IIea t WI iii the ipartumunt ""It. S, lul 'I ihighri I Splendor molving Jail. 27, acrordinrg to Pt ts. Rialey Tuckir .The preseilt house, 40 tI 50 years old, has .a sleeping apanity of 27 men. The new house on frateriiity row will have Capacity of 42 mler. Tucker said a new feature not found In oilier fraternity Ihuses will be separate bed ron m's for each person. SAE house manager Cal Brown said the chapter has received a Iett.er from the SAE House Corpo ration C ha ir man t hat construction on their new house would begin next week. It will be finished by B session this summer or at the very latest In the early fall. The modern house will feature central air-conditionIng and soundproof bedrooms. it will also have balconies on the second floor bedrooms facing a central courtyard. The Lambda Chi's, who are starting construction In March, have plans for a ranch style house which Will sleep 44 men. The $165,000 house will be completely aIr-conditioned. GA TOR POND WILL GE T FACE-LIFTING .as port of the Iandscaoinq at the site of the Fine Arts and Architecture building. (Photo by Jim Nichol s) Gator Pon When the gears ofprogress begin to roll, many things are usually eliminated. This will not hold true in the future of Ocala Pond, better known to students as 'Gator Pond." The pond, which is located at the corner of 13th Street and Innor Urive, is on the same lot as the future Architecture and line Arts Building. Superintendent Bill Aniderson of Tassinari Construction Co., build Survives ders of the new structure, said plans call for the pond to stay in, but it will be cleaned up. According to plans, the pond will be adjacent to a patio near the new building. Beautification of the pond will be tied Into the constrution of the general building area. Calvin C. Greene Jr., Campus Engineer and Director of Plant and Grounds, said, "Plant and Grounds will also be working on the appearance of the pond along with the building (otnstrujctors." Why Patronize Gator Advertisers 'Rags, '> he 0

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I Coaches Leaving For ,ANK Y Better Jobs C ALLIGA TOR LIt it I [i' I Lvi th \ll lii i lii Ii IitI h i' t t i l I the l~ii (1 lt',I'\ II1I 4a Ituri ,ssioi ii I tSigI'i(}Is wh']icli tedwithi.thmmy~ IDuin. iih it lihi trtISiiy at Te 9,'e we.' the uext U, leave tefgiagonly theday before y.'stl [he mn"st rapid ris* ol lily oIt five's prtetge wis Moonity who Y:4 .4 hgh SLhOl I SN 0 LIVER St & ONIONS rvdWih Ivegetcablv, I sultad, tol i & butter, 01 11t95C A SPECIAL EVERY DAY AlT TOWNHOUSE Townhouse Restaurant 2204 S.W. 13th Sr. 376-9904 colte ar-out ervc *0 r '~ / 4 Ct II It's -I, 1964 11119' i hools h1

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~Livingston Olympic Pai rli EY ,[ei i\y ivitgstn, tt.'' I 's E w iltil, AIll Ali'u 11I swinIllilg stil ai',ti,,isoatv tbu,, us 'citing his sights iii IhI U. UlyvrFp~u& this Vr i tin y urm. a goon enough In thu 11)0 y.Ii i mi 2(ut-yauIs huiiti'i fly stioke ii, the Niutas, I will ti ii sitmlewhert lf lrindi.I or a. roillii Yale this summer mndthn try ut for the Olymtpus," thu ',mililg livingstOl Sai. GET IT ACROSS a -. ft. r-. N -With Qatar Classifieds ii [nt> N'' Jerr on By PAM Pg Sports W To LOOK CLEAN CUT, GET A CLEA N CUT WINDY'Sg BA RBE R SH OP 1125 West Univ. Ave. Meet The MONT HIGH LY SEN IOR CENTER iliIhl is .1 -7 giuleii fio in It. (,iigull,' ,luimor (uikligt In alihoui whlti e hue ice' aged Ilmuost $0 pits piT girmu 11111 \wks itle IId I> tne il thii funitsI Iluior tcli:it' Hsplt* Ia in h this se ''i'l. Ile iiil sh il I lit Iv Lim cirl lsw iii plls In 1 II ire eloise-i ug. piump slier. Grito hl ii '.tio piIaIshls is ilibouildig,w~hei* he is tbxpc cid to hielp tht (afors omte alot thi se.a'tn. lin his fit %t 'Iiiting ginke Ii> seti 11 l touiidI 'wt'i I t'tL d mi .1 hi BE SURE TO SEE A COLLEGE LIFE RE PRE SE NTA nvE Sets Sights rticipation II iii ttii~ hurt -i" enabhne fl ti htliSh iiiIll s B11 Of Illi jitirir's 14p swvliiimFri [iwai to dIe th, wr v hist I il [Ipossibijy rk, Next yelL [ n' cli I., bi uk 1,u k itail think irmight I. the wy jest will dn."' Ii'king his biggest thrillnom pentvt'v Swimming is nml easy fox "II was .lbug thrill to set the 'tiP NeOt(II ,wlifflmri the l0tyitd butterfly ',troke when I wms Sseinr in high school. But it also felt grnat to win a scholar ship to U F, aini to hi name All Amnerica twice. I just can' pick ally One.'" WVith iii eye towan ds the futmu, Je, ry Is roping that his biggest ihll will no me this year --the Olympics. Finlegy Woi t urlittv. 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Finleyv larns tHe awu truth today when the only vote he will get will be his own at a special meetinginwhichAmerican League owners will "'elect"' him to stay put in Kansa; City. Finley will go into the meeting with the feeling that his fellow owners will give him permission Gators SE SURE GAMES, PLAY-BY TO OR -PL AT LI AY OM TO E R League to move the Athletics to Louisville, Ky., and has even hinted at dire repercussions if they do not, but the outcome of their vote seems a foregone conclusion among them. 'There isn't a chance his request fo r a transfer will be granted,"' said oi ne Influential American League owner, who did not wish to be identified. "I will stake my franchise on one prediction,' the owner added. "He will receive one vote -his own.'' That will not qtiite swing it tot Finley, who requires seven votes to move his A's from Kansa5 Cityto the blue glass countr. The one thing American League owner, do riot want to Ic over the Issue is go into court, a~s hi rley has i rdic at ed he mitght if he does riot receive approval of his proposed move. Baseball always has feared a tour tsuitmight throw out the reserve clause, without which a player would not he bound permnariertly to one club and without which most clubs could not operate it a profit. "We do not want to go io Owners court, but if we must we will," said the AL owner. "The only thing that is sure right now is that Athletics will play ball in Kansas City this coming season." The owners, it was learned, are ready to offer Finley some help during the m eet ing, which is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. EST'. That help could be iin the form of financial assistance or possibly by setting up a committee to meet with the Kansas City City Council in the hope of working out a better lease arrangement between finley uid the municipal fathers. Finley's trouble began over a lease of Municipal Stadium, where the A's have played since transfex ing from Philadelphia in 1955. When hi wais unable tonegotiate a new agreement, he went to Louisvyule and signed a two-year conti act for the Athletics to play there. That s what got the other AL owners hrat under the collar. ''Fow on earth could hepossibly (1( I timg like th4"' wailed one. I for sports Cniurato and Superlpor t two supe rol y individual tre types developed to meet specif' ,reblems of road hcdingt sijstafned speeds Each hias a quir sprl'tive response to steer ng proq des an extra maran of Safety at the br eakaway point 3j racing cars.choose ERELLE now available p y I a. 'It Louis F TEND ALL H STEN TO GA ON WRUF 850 On Your DoIa WHEN CONSIDERING LIFE INSURANCE / 5 ---