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Florida AlligatorVol.56

No.95 University of FloridaGainesville Thursday, Feb.13, 1964

Ken Kennedy Attacks

ROTC Straw BallotBy

DON DAVIS with compulsory ROTC during the graduate students, married
Staff Writer first 2 years of collegemainlymale students, and upperclassmen who
The Student Government (SG) students of the University are not concerned with compulsoryROTC

ROTC poll conducted during last College," said Kennedy.He cast their vote in the poll P wrr
week's student elections was added the main weakness of taken last week," he said.
poorly handled, SG President- last week's poll was that many With no distinction of voters'sex
Elect Ken Kennedy charged yesterday students not directly affected were and classification, it will be
allowed to vote on the question of extremely difficult to determinehow
"We will evaluate the surveyIn whether to maintain compulsory the freshmen and sophomoresfeel
order to determine the feelingsof ROTC. about the subject, Kennedy
the persons directly concerned "Residents of the girl's dorms, added.

JOHNSON, HOME CONFER Byron Groves, secretary of crlL __
men's affairs, said the supportof .
the Florida congressional delegation

Talks Amid has been pledged to support
Begin passage of a bill instituting voluntary
"We suffered a definite setbackIn Y. : -
this aspect of the problem last -..-
Hints Of
BoycottWASHINGTON Dec. 2," Grove said. "At that a *
time a bill providing for voluntary
ROTC at land-grant colleges was "
(UPI) -- Presi- visers headed by Butler and Sec- defeated for lack of two-thirds .
dent Johnson and British Prime retary of State Dean Rusk. The approval of the measure," said DANCERS PRACTICE
Minister Sir Alec DouglasHomebegan White House described the moodof Groves. ORCHESIS
two days of talks Wednes- the talks as "excellent." .for their Sunday afternoon recital at the Women's

day amid official U. S. hints ofa Rusk and Butler, meeting sepa- Kennedy said work on the Gym. The modem dance group is scheduled to beginits
possible American consumer rately, spent most of their time
gram will be continued. show at 3 The is of the
p.m. performance one many
boycott against British firms discussing the Cyprus situation.
Ing business with Communist Both nations are trying to persuade "We plan the possible use of Fine Arts Festival events scheduled in the days to come.
scientific opinion similar
Cuba. ; the Cyprus government to to the Gallup poll polls to determinethe For the full Fine Arts Festival story, see Page 7. (Photo
The two leaders, differencesover accept a peace-keeping force to
feelings of students concerned Johnston
East-West trade highlighteda avert further violence without Involving by Carolyn )
most directly with ROTC."
crowded agenda at two White the United Nations and pos
Groves said D.R.
House conferences that ranged sible Soviet intervention. Congressman
"Billy" Mathews wrote him of the
over a number of issues, includ- Johnson was expected to urge
defeat of the voluntary ROTC bill.
ing Cyprus, Cuba, Berlin and Sir Alec to curtail trade dras- JFK Memorial
Southeast Asia.Welcoming tically with Cuba, especially in
Sir Alex to Wash- Industrial goods, and to remind "In talking with members of the
ington, the President i acknow- him that the United States is unhappy Armed Services Committee, I
ledged the existence of common about the private British could not get a definite time when Awaits ActionA
problems but likened Britain and deal to sell 400 buses to Cuba. the matter would be considered

the United States to brothers"who again. I shall certainly press memorial to the late Presi ly's favorite charity," Dlmbath
might differ but whose ties are too American officials argued that with the.. .committee to see if dent, John F. Kennedy on the UF said.
to break." the sale of such Items shores we can't get action in the near
strong ever up campus -- discussed by student "We all felt that the movement
In reply, Sir Alec pledged Brit- the Cuban economy at a time when future," Matthews said in the leaders in the early part of last should be on a voluntary basis
ain "to stay as close as possibleto the United States is doing its best letter. December -- may never get out with the students contributing if
the United States as partnersand to bring Cuba to her knees. But According to UFVicePresidentMautz of the talking stage. they wished to do so," he said.
as allies and as two coun- the British refuse to wage economic there will be no compul- Outgoing Student GovernmentSG "We planned to occupy the Student
tries upon which the peace of the warfare when they are not at sory ROTC at the UF If the vol- ( ) President Paul Hendrlck said Activities booth across from the
world may depend." untary bill is passed with earlier in the week he was goingto Hub and contributions would be
The prime minister and Brit- war.High U. S.* officials were understood provisions for scholarship incen- leave the plans for a Kennedy taken there."
ish Foreign Secretary R. A. But- to have spread the word tives. memorial "up to the new admin- Dlmbath said the group has not
ler, accompanied by their wives, that American consumers might istration.; met since December. Most of the
arrived on the snow-banked south rebel against buying from firms Alligator MeetingThere Ken Kennedy, newly-elected SG leaders of the clubs and the SG
lawn of the White House by helicopter that export to the Castro regime. will be a meetingof president, said yesterday he was leaders were busy with the
in mid-morning after aflight The deal to sell 400 buses to Cuba the Alligator staff Fridayat not sure what his administrationwould elections during January and the
to Washington from Ottawa, with an option for another 4:30 p.m. in the Alligator do about the memorial."We first week in February, he said.
Canada. 1,000, was made by Leyland Motors office, Editor Walker Lundy are still getting organizedafter
After welcoming speeches, the the British firm that also said today. All staff mem- the election and the Kennedy
two leaders conferred for 65 min- exports sports cars to the United bers are to attend. memorial Is just one of the many Engines Okay
utes, the last 15 minutes with ad- States. proposals and ideas we will be ,

faced with," Kennedy explained."I .
still the idea Is a good one, Reports CAB
I Keller Case Charges FlyThe though, if it is approached in the
right manner." WASHINGTON (UPI) A pre-
The Idea foramemorlaloncampus liminary dismantling has revealedno
finger of guilt shifted from cretary to the board,said the board for KennHy was suggested by sign of failure In the engines
one plate to another yesterday con- met Jan. 16 and passed require-
the leaders of some of the clubson of an air taxi Beechcraft that
Barbara Keller's disqualification ments for candidates in the elec-
campus. Young Democrats, crashed Feb. 3 at Gainesville,
from her seat on the .. tions. The next day was the final Student
Young Republicans all 10
Groupfor Fla., killing aboard, It was
Board Student Publications while 5 qualification day. Equal Rights and the Studentsfor learned Wednesday.
a special Legislative Council com- "John Farrell (chairman of the Goldwater Club were involvedin Previously, Civil Aeronautics
mittee on her behalf is supposedto board) suggested to me that a list the plan. The idea was to Board CAB) sources had listed
meet with the board today. of the board's qualifications be
form a bl-partisan movement for engine failure as a prime suspectin
Student Body vice-president and posted in the room where the stu- the memorial on campus. the accident because of eye-
council chairman Frank Harshaw dents would have to go to qualifyand The leaders of the organizationsfelt witness accounts indicating engine'
will appoint the committee before r1 this was done," Epperheimersaid. the support of the leaders of trouble.
the board meeting at 3 p.m. SG would help to present a united The sources refused to commenton
Chords of disagreement were WILSON DEGROVEWilson Miss Keller said earlier she had appeal to the student body for the other areas. of suspicion in the
first sounded by Bob Wilson, 4JM, not been Informed of the board proposal. crash, which Involved twin-
Gator party chairman, and Bill De- told another version. meeting Feb. 1 to review her Merle Dim bath, former engine South Central Airlines plan
Grove, 3EG, secretary of the interior qualifications. president of Youth for Goldwateron that hid just takenofffromGafnesyule -
whose statements clashed "DeGrove may have intended to "After I filed on Jan. 17, 1 campus, said a meeting the first for Jacksonville with nine

concerning who was supposed to contact me. Even if he had, I heard nothing until I was told of week in December produced passengers and a pilot. The pilot
tell Miss Keller of the board's the board's decision to disqualify several ideas for an appropriate was Roger Thompson of Toccoa: ,
qualifications meeting Feb. 1. would not have told him I would me last Monday by Mr. memorial, but final agreement

Degrove said, "I talked to Bob call Miss Keller because it's his Farrell" she said. wasn't reached on what to do. Ga.A CAB spokesman said public
Wilson one or two days beforethe "The board reviewed Miss "Some of the members of the hearings on the accident were
meeting and asked him if he responsibility and he shouldn't shift Keller's qualifications and weighedthe committee wanted to build a monu- still under consideration. He said

would tell Miss Keller to be thereto the blame on me," Wilson said. evidence against her and regretted ment on campus while others It they are deemed necessary,they
reveiw her qualifications and she had to be disqualified," favored a contribution to the men- probably would be held in Gaines-
he said he would." Bill Epperheimer, executive Farrell said. tal health fund --the Kennedy fami ville.The .

2 The Florida Alligator Thursday, Feb. 13, 1964
Housing Code.MayBe

Flavet Buildings

UF's AnswerThe

To Go On Block

recently proposed housing Slight opposition over certain
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enable Gainesville to provisions for enforcement of the
Eleven Flavet buildings, with a vet II[ site--but that's three 01 code may
total of 44 apartments, will be four years off," Carpenter said, secure more low-cost housing and code arose at the public hearing on
be the answer to the UF the matter held by the city com-
placed on the auction block and Flavet III will remain. Wewon'lput may
off-campus housing problem, according mission January 27, and the code
sold to the highest bidder next anyore out in the cold.
Tuesday at 11 a.m. to make way According to Calvin C. GreeneJr. to Arnold Butt, UF archi- was referred to a subcommitteeof

for progress at the UF. ., director of the UF physical tect and chairman of the city the city plan board for recon-

Sealed bids will be opened in the plant division, the buildings arc plan board. sideration.Butt .

office of the director of purchasing. about 20 years old. They were "Gainesville needs the housing" a member of the subcommittee -

The bids will be separate moved from Camp Blanding, neat r. l code for several reasons, he said it would be two or

for each building on a "whereIs Starke, to the UF campus aftei said. three weeks before the proposed
and as Is" basis. World War II. Buildings for Fla "In addition to health and public code would leave the subcommittee -

Three of the buildings are located vet I and II arrived in 1946, Fla welfare, the housing code Is the ,

In Flavet II. The remainderare vet III In 1947. last qualification Federal T. Henley, city building inspec-
to be moved from the FlavetI The Flavets were to provide NOT A GATOR GIRL Housing Administration (FHA) tor, said the only provision

are a near the new nuclear science housing for the influx of war veterans but a Harold's Club certification enabling Gainesville Gainesville now has for the con-
buildings. Allot the buildings have attending the UF under the to become eligible for federal financing -
; Hostess is Sharon Davis 3 trol of sub-standard housing is the
been vacant since last September."We GI Bill. The demand for married of low-cost housing, Building Ordinance
now have 824 apartmentson housing remained critical and the i ED, getting in practice for said. which only concerns structural defects -,

campus. This IncludesSchucht, villages were continued. Graham Area's annual'gambling1 "In my opinion," he said, "the and fire and health hazards.
Corry and the Flavet villages," "Two months ago similar build code represents the bare minimum

Thomas G. Carpenter, assistant ings were sold from Flavet I alan : party Saturday of what constitutes decent "The proposed housing code is

director of housing, said. "The average price of $150 each,": night. housing." much more explicit," Henley said.

new housing unit to constructed Gilbert M. Allen Jr., assistant "It contains provisions for such

south of Flavet II will provide an director of purchasing, said. : letters To Merchants things as room occupancy and size,
additional 208 apartments." The buildings sold Tuesday must heating facilities, Indoor plumbingand

"A new dormitory Is to be be moved from the campus b> hot and cold running water."

constructed on the remaining Fal- April 30, according to Allen.It May Increase JobsMcClelland Assistant City Manager E. W.

will be necessary to cut the: Brockenbrough said, "We have no

buildings in half lengthwise to plans for the present; nothing can
one full pound move them, he added. Becauseof Cooperation bet we e nGaines- said the merchantsnever be done by this office while the

KC SIRLOIN length, the buildings cannot b eand I yule merchants and businessmen knew about the rates or proposed code remains in com-

STEAK moved as a single unit. I the UF Office of Student Affairs hours that the University offeredthe mittee hearings."

$1.95 buildings vary In length from 88: may lead to more off-campus student employees on cam- Carl B. Opp, head of UF's off-

to 148 feet.Carpenter. jobs for students, Hayes K. Mc pus, and that this letter was to campus housing office,said the UF

HALF POUND squelched the rumor, Clelland, assistant dean of men, let them know. Is working on a housing code to

that the Flavet villages not only student affairs, said this week. The idea was recommended by be used In setting the standardsof

$1.50Georgia make a profit but pay the mort- Letters have been sent to 850 the University Committee on Financial off-campus housing recom-

gage on Schucht and Corry vii, merchants and businessmen, con- Aid, which made a studyon mended by his office. The UF

Country lages. taining information student em- student employment, he said. code will be stricter than the pro-

HAM STEAK "Every housing unit must pay ployment. The letter itself tells the mer- posed Gainesville housing code.

Grits & Red Eye Gravy Its own way," Carpenter said McClelland stressed that the let- chants and businessmen whom to Opp, who was present at the

'GOOD EATING PODNER' at the "The Flavets may make a little ters consisted suggestions, contact in order to find student public hearing of the proposedcity

TOWER HOUSE money but I wouldn't call It a, rather than any restrictions or re- employes, and suggests that the code, said he was Impressedwith

profit. quirements. students be full-time, have a 2.0 the fact that there was almost -

average, and work not more than unanamous agreement that a

20 hours a week.McClelIand housing code was needed.
said most of the
Opp said that S. Clark Butler, a
merchants and businessmen had
local contractor and developer,
reacted favorably.
is interested in building a group
Bernard S. Datz of
manager housing unit of 150 modern apart-
Sears, said that Sears had always
ments If FHA financing Is pos-
called on the university and would
,1 sible, and it is only possible when
continue to do so. He said there
.. ,,' and if Gainesville should get an
was some problem before as to
acceptable housing code.
whom to contact, and that he was
\ Under FHA financing, But-
I glad the letters were sent out.J. .
ler would be able to rent a one
H. Wunderlich, manager of
bedroom apartment with kitchenfor
. ; Penney's, said he didn't think this
$45 per month, a two bedroom
action would "make much differ-
ence." apartment with kitchen for $55
per month and a three bedroom
Wunderlich said Penney's usu-
.,',- apartment with kitchen for$65 per
ally has about 20 students a week
month, according to Opp.
applying for a Job, and that he
,.f "I know of others," Opp said,
s "
1 didn't think he would need the
r\\ "that are interested in this type
/ j ) oPr university to find any more for
; the store. of housing for students, providedFHA
/ v.J oPrW financing is available.

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VI GARY WILLIAM.' music," he added.Improving from various countries talking on acquainted with each other on an students have a misconceptionabout i
Staff WriterA
international under- specific problems in international informal basis Quesada said. its purpose," Quesada add '
talent show will kick off International standing among students is the aim relations, giving a first hand view "We want to emphasize that the ed.
Week Feb. 21, with a of International Week, and the of the situation. International center Is open to "With the list of speakers we
host of other events to follow, according American students are urged to "The foreign student is here to everyone and Is not a center for have leading our various activi-
to Juan Quesada, former attend the everts and take partIn learn from America and Ameri- only the foreign students," ties, this promises to be one of
Secretary of International Affairs. the various activities, Piedra cans, Quesada said. "We feel we Quesada said. The International the most fruitful InternationalWeeks
Open house and informal dis- said. owe a better understanding of our Center has only been open one ever held on campus,"
cussions at the International Cen- "Otherwise, International Week culture to the American studentin year and many of the American he concluded.
ter, forums, a supper, a concert, loses its meaning and Is merelya return for the knowledge we
a soccer game, and a final ban- group of activities for foreign receive. -
quet and ball round out the week's students," he added. "In order to ever hope for world '
activities. One of the featured events is the peace, we must understand each
"We want to especially empha- Festival of Nations Supper. Spon- other's problems. Here on the student -
size that International Week is sored by the InternationalSuppers level is the best place to start OUR gouRMET
for all students, and not for only Committee--all American girls-- understanding these problems.Our I
the foreign students," Quesada guests are served a meal com- forums offer interested stu-
said. posed of food from various for- dents this chance," Quesada SHOP is A
"The talent show is perhaps the eign countries. added. .r'f p
highlight of International Week," "This is a good example of accomplishments The forum speakers usually lec-
said Carlos Piedra, chairman of possible when for- ture for about 45 minutes and then : viRTuAL/ dJ
the Board of International Activi- eign and American students work open the floor to discussion.The i t.
ties (BIA). "It is here students together," Piedra said. International Student Cen- t '
become best acquainted with each The forums offer students a ter also offers all students a
other's customs, native dress, and chance to hear prominent leaders chance to learn and become CAUEZYOF (11 rTELIcActES

I LBJ 'Afraid' Says MillerWASHINGTON I I! s*eI (

(UPI) Republican told the Senate Rules Committeethat but minor spokesmen for the socialistic -
National Chairman WilliamE. he sent a stereo set to the principles of the national
Miller said Wednesday then Senate Democratic leader at party.
Johnson administration was Baker's request. I
"desperately afraid" of where the He also testified he bought advertising -
Bobby Baker investigation might time on a television sta- I !
lead if allowed to run its course." tion owned by the Johnson family I I
In a speech prepared for a at the suggestion of Walter Jen-
National Press Club lunch, Miller kins, longtime Johnson aide. I tomattella'sGourmet L I II
said the White House had "set out Miller said that the Baker case
to destroy" one witness in the inquiry was going t 0 be and should bea I dJ 4't@ ;
into former senate aide campaign issue. "From all I
Robert G.Baker's outside business can gather," he said, "the story I Shop Delicatessen Dhing Room
interests.The has just begun." Got a Classified? I It
GOP chairman charged that Holley said he believes he has Call Ext. 2832 Open 7 days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 W. Univ:1.Y : r

contents of government files on the rank-and-file GOP organization 4-__ __ __...
Don B. Reynolds, a Silver Spring, in Florida behind him although -
Md., insurance man, had been it will take no official stand
leaked "by persons high in the pre- prior to the May primaries. He fjj B O'fl'O'a'gBTaTO'flTO-B'fl'fl'fl'fl'e'B fl fl'B'OTfl'O'fl 0 fl 0 fl-fl-0 fl'O 0 0 0 fl'O-OTO'O 8 0 8 HTflTO e'O 0 0 0 a 0
sent administration" In an effort said he did not anticipate substan-
to discredit his testimony."I tial primary opposition.He .
cannot say whether the President said he could not Imaginethe
played any part in the dis- national Republican party
closure or not," Miller said. "I nominating anyone other than Sen.
would suggest that he vigorouslydeny Barry Goldwater for president .
any implication and sternly added he would support the nomi- tliDIESpull '
discipline those who have broughtthe nee of the party, whoever It is.
White House into the kind of He termed the leaders of the yourselves together inSEPARATEg
disrepute." national Democratic party "so-
Reynolds, who wrote $200,000in ciallstic riffraff" and said the a --
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FU Committee
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Presents LecturesBy ?

BILL GOODWINAnd Committee presents the Academy .
NANCY WEINBERG"All Award winner as Best Foreign i ( i 1 I
Film, "Rasho-Mon." For those l
the world needs the knowledge who do not understand Japanese,
and understanding that your English subtitles will be furnished. O
'World Around Us' should give us. Show times start at 7 and 9 In the 6
Especially do we Americans needit F. U. Auditorium.
because of the world-wide responsibilities Emcee Tommy Kennington will
that now rest on the be on hand as Club Rendezvous -t:
shoulders of every one of us? These Gives a Valentine" in the basement -
words from Lowell Thomas havean of the F. U. from 8 to 12
increased significance this this Friday night. The very essence of the new
Monday night at 8:15 when the International Another Academy Award winner 4r season is within the proprietor's
Committee premieresthe You Can't Tak It With You," ?: spirited separates., No need to

first in a series of three films will be presented by the Films = % look beyond what is desiredin
and lectures entitled "The World Committee on Sunday and Monday. ya shorts, shirts and slacks is
Around Us." "Central America, James Stewart, Jean Arthur and waiting for at prices
you ap-
the two Ameri- Lionel Darrymore star in a flic
the lands that link
ladies of mind.
proved by practical
cas" will be this week's theme concerning the antics of the eccentric -
being presented In the Social Room Vanderhof family. Show
of the Florida Union. time is 7 In the F. U. Auditorium.On \
Dwight Nichols, distinguishedradio Suits assorted fabrics

photography personality, Wednesday, Roten Gallery colors, styles; mostly 2-
presents in color motion pictures prints will be displayed by the piece Brief and Sassy !II l
Central America, the people, how Fine Arts Committee in their
they live, what their countries are Sidewalk Art Show in the Plazaof L&L Men's Shop
like, and why they are importantto the Americas. In this all day
us. Admission is $.30 for affair students will have a chanceto
students and $.50 for others. bring their own art for displayor tug IDrug
Folkdancing Club meets again sale; however, all art must be
tonight from 8 until 12 p.m. in registered in the Craft Shop of the 13 West UniversityJOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

the basement of the F. U. 'FU by Tuesday. There.will be a > _
Friday and Saturday the Films $50 limit on all sales.


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Reflections On ReflectionsMirror ,

Mirror, on the wall; who's the fairest of them all?
In several off-the-cuff remarks, this weekPresident Johnson has
been quoted as saying that we are a much beloved people around the
And now wa can expect the controversy to begin in earnest, with
each American pulling out his private 'mirror" to reflect the image
the rest of the world perceives in person. One camp will bring out /
the usual pane, cracked with failures in communication, and smudgedwith ,,/
misunderstanding; and the Image of the "Ugly American" will
appear with alarming regularity. Reminded that the Imperfectionsare
on the mirrors themselves, they may answer that the same imperfections :: \
are on the lenses through which other nations view us,
and this picture Is one of more accuracy than the "True" picture of
d what we are.
But beyond the assertion that so much of our lack of beauty is in
the eye of the beholder,lie the more disturbing observations of American
blunders around the world.
And it is absurd to think that we have not committed miscues that "Mirror, mirror on the wall. .who asked you?"
easily brand us as an unfeeling giant marching nonchalantly after
t our own Interests. This is especially true of the newlyindependantnations
whose unhealed scars of remembered colonialism often leave
tender feelings exposed and vulnerable. Without the maturity to understand Another View On PanamaEditor's
f the sophistication of International politics, they must be expected -
to be especially sensitive to our foreign and domestic policy. ( Note: This is the But, are you aware that the munist-led hoodlums. The Armyis
The second group will hold up the gilt-edged mirror of self esteem, second and last part of a letter Presidential Secretary of Pana- not called out to guard the Border -
and immediately find thereon embossed the properly preened and written by a man who has spent ma, Senor Soils said, "We need just for "kicks." When the
satisfying reflection of a copiously correct Individual.and with this considerable time in the Panama the land of the Zone for agri- Civilian Police can no longer
picture before them, will assert that if within ourselves we are correct, Canal Zone and in Panama. Because cultural purposes." It appearedin maintain law and order, they askfo"r
then the world that judges ill of us is not only wrong, but unworthy of of his position with the the Panama-American as wellas military support. Do you know
our consideration. federal government, he requestedthat in the American papers. (The that soldiers are not permitted to
Somewhere between these two camps, of course, is the truth. his name be withheld.) Soils Family doesn't want to sell carry ammunition in their rifles
Or, at least the truths. 4 aF any of its land to poor farmers). when the Border Operation goes
For like the swinging of a giant chandelier, with a different reflec- Your statement about the stripof into effect? Do you know that the
tion emanating from each facet, and for each observer, our Image You talk of local rate clinics: land called the Zone Is absolutely OAS Truce Teams found that
abroad is constantly changing with the changing light and the passing why don't Panamanians go to free correct.As American soldiers were shot down
crowd. Panamanian clinics, if they are for the incident that touch- while standing well within the
President Johnson gave a hint as to what our major concern shouldbe available? What you complain of ed off the mob attacks upon the Zone, by snipers from the vicin-
when he said, "All we can do is expect to do what Is right, whatis has been corrected years ago. Zone, the systematic looting of ity of the International Hotel in
honorable, what is enlightened; and that we are doing." In 1957, my wife was in Gorges American-owned businesses, the Panama? Do you know that after
And thus It must always be. Hospital and there was no color burning of American-owned cars three American soldiers were
Whether an individual, trying to establish a personal reputation, a segregation In her ward, or any and the wanton murder of Americans shot, the snipers only, were engaged -
university striving to create the correct atmosphere, or a nation ward. This Is also true of Coco by snipers,you have swallowed in anti-sniper rifle fire?
; attempting to carve its rightful place in a semi-hostile world; we Solo Hospital. Yes, there Is wait- the propaganda of the "party Panama is lucky that Soviet Rus-
must first look to others in search of the empathy that fosters under- Ing as the clinics, all clinics are line." sia doesn't control the Canal,they
f standing. crowded. But Panamanians have You are right when you say would have used machine guns,
With this accomplished, as we lift our eyes to begin searching for not been sent to "Local Rate Clin that the incident did not start In mortars, tanks and artillery like
the proper image, we are confronted with its open stare searching ics" since 1957, as you allege. the Zone; it started on the cam- they did in Budapest!
I our face for further instructions. Many times I have been to Coco pus of the beautiful University of The facts of the incident do not
I And thus we can be more selective about the toes upon which we will Solo Hospital, taken a number Panama. To set the record conform with your statement thatit
\ inevitably step, and the feelings we must necessarily injure. and waited for hours, alongside straight: the statements "fair- is "absurd to say the safetyof
I When Abraham Lincoln was accused of being two-faced his reply of many Panamanians, for the minded Americans" in Panamaare Americans were threatened."
I was something to the effect that it couldn't be true--If he had two pitifully few doctors that a worthless, from past experi- Americans live in the Tivoli Guest
faces, he remarked, he wouldn't be wearing THIS one all the time. parsimonious Republican admin- ence. They are mortally afraid House, and It was hit repeatedlyby
And going on to talk about valid Issues, he kept the speech from deteriorating istration allocated. I did so with- for themselves and their familiesof rifle fire from Panama, BE-
into an always-unsatisfying discussion of personalities. out complaint,wanting no more nor the goons who will wreak ven- FORE the American troops fired
So, as the controversy widens, (and we believe it will), it is Important no less than any other person. geance upon them If they do not back.In.
that we refrain from becoming preoccupied with personalitiesand Mrs. Allen, take a good hard agree with the official version. closing I want to emphasizethat
using the controversy as a vehicle for better understanding, look at the Panamanian"free hos- From a fair and impartial we are not always right, but
proceed with the more Important issues. pital" Amador Guerrero !Colon. PANAMANIAN source the follow- neither is Panama, as the super-
As a final note, it is interesting to observe that the President's The unfortunate people who enter ing facts have come to light: the nationalists try to make people
remarks were addressed to the officers of The Internal Revenue there are fed on the allowance d! students were holding a rally upon believe. When we find an unfair
Service--a group with their own unsavory Image with which to do $0.19 per day, person! I know the campus, when three well- practice, such as the many abuses
battle. what I am talking about, too, for known communist agitators,*+*** that Mrs. Allen stated existed,
when our beloved cook was taken (*... Names omitted by Editors) we should take Immediate stepsto
W. C. N. ill, I had her moved to Coco Solo ************ Interrupted the eliminate those practices and
where she received better food meeting. These vermin Incitedthe Institute procedures that preclude
and care. We did not turn our innocent dupes to march into shouldbe
their reoccurrence. People
The Florida AlligatorServed backs on Amador Guerrero, but the Zone and tear the American hired for their skills and equal
returned times to do what Flag down and
many they openly called pay for equal work Is the only
by United Press International we could within our means to alle- for violence. The flag was fly- criteria for wages. Every man

Editor ....... ........... ............... .......... ..Walker Lundy viate the appalling conditions. Ing In front of your old Alma and women should be treated with
Managing Editor ..... .... ...... ....... ... ..... .... .Bill Fuller Panamanians, who made much Mater in violation of the "Flag the dignity of God's children, regardless -
Assistant Managing Editor .,.... ........ ......... ..John Asklns more money than this poor, old Agreement." Of course a phone of race creed or color.
Editorial Editor ... ..... ...... ...... ....... .. .Wayne Norfleet soldier, were conspicuous by their call to the Embassy would have But Mrs. Allen It does not "de
Sports Editor ............... ...... .... .... ... ....Glenn Laney absence. One reason why the clin- accomplished the same result. pend largely on the good will of
I Wire Editor .. .......... .. .. ..... ... ... ... ...... ..Bob Thomas ics, all of them are crowded is The above named Communistsare the American people" to see that
I Feature Editor ... .. ...,.. .. ..... ... .... ... .... ..Cynthia Tunstall because of the treatment you receive part of the hard-core of sev- fair treatment Is afforded to
Campus Living Editor .. .... ... ... ......... .......Judy Lynn Prince there. enty (70) well-known to Colonel everyone.For .
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, Now for your statement con- Bolivar Vallarino, Chief of the
Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Carl cerning the land as not being a Guardia, President Chiari, Aqui- the poor,hard-working peo-
Hayes, and Sue Dobtie.Reporters..Mike problem, you are right as far lino Boyd and Miguel Moreno, as ple of Panama goes my profound
Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, as the Zone is concerned. ThereIs well to American intelligence respect and deepest sympathies.They .
Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann a tremendous land problem in agencies. have suffered much on both
Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach, your country, however. Over 76CC; These persons, trained in Cuba, sides of the border and they deserve -
Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrlne Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, of the people who farm are squat- Moscow and Peiping were allowedto fair treatment. To the
I Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, ters upon the lands of the ruling further incite mob violence. super-nationalists who foment
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, oligarchy. The population pres- Why? Because it suited the political violence and the Communists who
Patti Pltz, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, sure upon this resource base Is plans of the rulers of Pana demand violence,let them remem-
Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Havlser, Joe one of the prime reasons for unrest ma. They have grabbed a tiger ber that although we fervently
Ziegler, and Joy Cherry. in Panama, not the Canal. by the tall and now they don't strive for peace, "he who comesto
No, the land of the Canal ZoneIs know how to let go! us with the sword shall perishby
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of a mere pittance compared to I hope that you didn't think that the sword," as Nevsky said.
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except the vast lands denied the peopleof you would be successful in deceiving The choice Is Panama's.
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- Panama, by the very people who anyone that the Inhabitants of
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR entered as second class matterat divert your attention to the evils the Zone were not threatened by Name Withheld
the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. of the Americans. the looting, burning mobs of com-


Thursday, Feb. 13, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5 ..

SG Banquet Set

yfear'} ''t,"' a), tl, ,' {,
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r' Here For Tonight-

Winners In last week's student Richman and Steve Cheeseman,all
f ve';: arrow 4S' elections will be sworn In at the elected respectively to Treasurer,
annual Student Government (SG) Honor Court Chancellor and Honor
Inaugural Banquet tonight at 6 p.m. Court clerk.
In Holiday Inn, Dill Fleming ban- Paul Hendrick will give a farewell
quet chairman, said yesterday.Main address as out-going president and
present service awards to
speaker at the event will members of his cabinet.An .
be Robert Alligood, student body
vice-president in 1959-1960. Alli- Inaugural address will be
good, while at the university, was given by Kennedy. At that time
chosen for membership In Flolrda the new SG administration will
Blue Key, and served as Presidentof officially take office.
the Benton Engineering Society. "All students are invited to
Retiring Honor Court Chancellor attend the banquet," Fleming said.
41 Herb Blessing will then give the He urged that anyone planning to
oath of office to President-elect attend pay the $2.50 banquet fee

: _- Ken Kennedy; vice-president elect at the SG Treasurer's office by .
ARNOLD BUTT ANNOUNCED Dick Gober; and Fred Lane,Jerry 4 p.m. today.

.last night he (left) will run for the seat of incumbent city commissioner Dr. Edwin

Andrews (not pictured) in the forthcoming city election. Butt's announcement came

at a meeting of the Civic Action Association. Also present were mayor Byron Winn ;?ECIAL EVERY DAYAT

(center) and Jim Richardson. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)

Never Too Late To Stop

One Different, Each One a Complete Meal

Smoking Says UF DoctorIt's At Prices That Help Your Appetite

never too late to stop smok- many deaths,"' he added. because he said it Is going against Townhouse Restaurant
ing, said Dr. Myron W. Wheat. Individual rights.
"Even if you have smoked for Prof. Powers said he believedit Besides, once you prohibit 2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904
20 years, you can, within about would be constitutional if laws people from smoking, it will become -
two years, return to the same were passed to prohibit smoking. exactly what they will want complete carry-out serviceSHIRTSKIRT
condition you were in before you However, Dr. Wheat disagreed, to do," he added.

began smoking," said Dr. Wheat,
associate professor of surgery at
the UF Medical Center.Dr. .
Wheat and Prof. Leonard S.
Powers, of the School of Law, a
discussed the medical and legal
aspects of the smoking contro-
versy last night at a Pre-Med r
Society and Pre-Law Society joint (
meeting. o x
I "People can really stop smoking .
\ if they really want to," said Dr.
Wheat. ) .
"The Important thing is to edu-
cate the young people to the factsof
and the harm it do Y A '
smoking can ;
to a person." I A k+ t I I
If people begin smoking early,
around 15 or 16 years of age, they
have a greater chance of getting
I lung cancer than those who start ,
when they are 25, he added.
Prof. Powers said that thus far "
it has been very hard to prove in "
court that a cigarette company 1
knowingly and on purpose sold :
cigarettes when they knew they

were harmful.The .
cigarette companies claim
they did not know cigarettes would
cause cancer. 1
Cigarette companies also say
that they did not force the cigarettes -
on anyone, and therefore
they should not be held respon-
sible, said Prof. Powers.
However, in some of the latest

cases to reach court, It seems as //T I ;.
U there might be a change toward -
more acceptance of the vic-
tim's side of the argument.
Those who smoke pipes and cig-
ars, don't have to worry as much, /T.i74. M ax
unless they inhale,Dr.Wheat aid.Dr. .
.Wheat said there is no sig- ; \ \
nificant difference in the deaths of
non-smokers and those who smoke
pipes and cigars. However, thereIs
a very significant difference between ,'
the cigarette smokers and 6.98 CUIOTTE DRESS '-
the pipe, cigar, and non-smokers. CAUCO SKIRT 5.99 GIll pia ..
The difference Is that usuallythe
cigar and pipe smokers don't

Inhale and most of the cigarette of with J
TJ's exclusive Calico Plaid Dacron/cotton. navy
smokers do, he said. denim "beaten" to give the ?oft, comfortable feel of a year's JJ..
Smoking often causes enlarge- wear worn in. All machine washable. True Junior sizes 3
ment of the chest, and this enlargement -
through 13. j
causes the person to 311 N.W. 13th
have a harder time breathing,said
Dr. Wheat.
"This enlargement also causes ST."S


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6 The Florida Alligator I Thursday,Feb. 13, 1964 .,



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Thursday, Feb. 13, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7Jazz

Sextet Graces Fine Arts Fete

.. .
from the Rlngllng Events for tomorrow include a
The Paul Winter Sextet,the first groups ranging
jazz group to perform in the White Brothers Circus to the Ralph Reader's Theatre, when the Speech
\ .! House, will appear at UF Saturdayin Flanagan and Les Elgart bands. Department will present selected
r-\it connection wit. tne annual Fine The Sextet has played in several readings of William ShakespeareIn

: ,.J1 Arts Festival, which will continue jazz festivals.The Norman Hall Auditorium at 4
through Feb. 19. Paul Winter Sextet is a p.m., and a presentation by Sigma
The Sextet will give two per- Lyceum Council attraction. Other Alpha Iota, national music
Y formances in University Auditor- attractions will be the Chicago honorary for women, in the Music
r tium at 3:30 and 8:15 p.m. Opera Ballet tonight at 8:15 in Building Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.

The Sextet is the first U.S. the University Auditorium andSzymon -
< ; government-sponsored jazz groupto Goldberg, violinist, who will Orchesis Club will present a recital -
of modern dance in the
play abraod, in schools and town appear in University Auditorium
: squares instead of in theaters before Wednesday, February 19, at 8:15 Women's Gymnasium at 3 p.m.

selected audiences. The group p.m. Sunday.
recently toured South America.
Although the Sextet plays pieces

- c3 insph\o'd by Latin rhythms, mostof FANELLI & EDWARDS
:I their repertoire is rooted in
contemporary American jazz.
Paul Winter has played with w

re a:
Lettuce 25$ head

Talks Go On Celery 15$ stalk

Carrots 15$ bunch

Garlic 15$ box

Despite New Apples 10$ each

Oranges 59$ dozen

Grapefruit 10$ each

FLORIDA PLAYERS' PRODUCTION FightingNICOSIA 5-lb. Bag of Potatoes 33$

Idaho Bakers 3 for 10$
. .of "The House of Bernardo Alba" is running through (UPI) The United

Saturday. A feature of the play is its dramatic lighting States and futile Britain negotiations conducted on apparently a-

effects. The play is another Fine Arts Festival event. Cyprus peace formula with Presi-

(Photo by Carolyn Johnston) dent Makarlos here Wednesdayas
bitter new fighting broke out FANELLI & EDWARDSMARKET
between Greek and Turkish

Jerit DirectsOutstanding Cypriots the key southern portof

Reports from Limassol said

Play Turkish Cypriots had proposed a
cease-fire there after British Open from 7 a.m. to 11 pm.
a/ troops rushed in to stop the fighting -
((8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday.)
STEVE MALIN following a long battle for
C-3 Staff Member ace of the ritual chorus. possession of a fortress castle
Against such a background, the overlooking the harbor. But thu 2410 'Newberry Road Within Walking Distance

Anyone.with a sense of the ritual central undeniable tragic Irony power.reverberateswith No single Greek Cypriots turned down the. Across from Beta Woods Of Corry Village I
and continued.At
proposal fighting
impulses at the heart of the theat-
thing is outstanding: if Bernarda'sfinal least two Turkish Cypriotsand
rical experience will be excited by
speech echoes persistently,
the Florida Players' "House of one Greek Cypriot were reported ...
it is because it is the coales- killed.
Bernarda Alba."
cence of all that has happened, U.s. Undersecretary of State the
Never to shun controversy,
of all that must happen. The George Ball and Acting British '.
Director Ron Jerit has fully inte-
achievement of this kind of focus High Commissioner Cyril Pickard L'r
grated a chorus into the action
stands as no small compliment to presented revised proposals for ': '
for additional intensification of the
some very capable actresses.The an International peace force to
tragic effect. Binding sequences worldof
Makarios in critical talks here.A .
together, commenting upon them,
reliable Greek Cypriot source
or acting as direct catalyst, the theDeo
chorus becomes a powerful rein- technical achievement is said they failed to meet Makarlos, Av ;
Swanson's set demands.The .
impressive. Henry
forcement of inescapable fate.
unqualifiedly excellent possibility was increasing
That there will be objectionsto and lights are
by any standard. Mary hourly that Makarlos might decideto
this directorial choice is Inevitable -
Stephenson againprovlded cos- make a direct appeal to the man
; that is instrumental in .
furnishing a theatrically effective tumes of impressive artistic in- United Nations Security Council, "
tegrity.Go thus opening the way for Soveit
action is beyond question.The
see for yourself. intervention in the Cyprus crisis.
single outstanding charac-
teristic of the production is its
unity. Act breaks have been eliminated qAi

in the interest of intensity; i : ,/,,) t
characters are constantly in Ber- :"
Cinturato and Supersport-two :"
narda's house, under the: shadowof superbly individual tire types developedto .\ ;.1

its powerful foreboding, sur- meet specific problems of ::: t v
rounded by the omnipresent men- road holding at sustained speeds. ,: J Jr5'S
Each has a quick, sensitive responseto '.>I :'1':' iI'.j:1

France China steering, provides an extra margin of '. .
safety at the breakaway point. ''< "";'

Set OfficersPARIS for sports gracing cars..choose !.:!tq'1

(UPI) France and Communist .. .:
China yesterday named IRELL? I,* : .. ; ;
officers to open embassies in each .
other's capitals in the first stepto

Implement their agreement to now available atTIRE I,f ti j..
establish full diplomatic relations. I

The French Foreign Office announced welcomes fresh new thinking in DACRON
the appointment of career
diplomat Claude Chayet 44, as Takes a Ionic Spring look in a lightweight blend of 55'04 Dacron"polyester
charge d' affaires in Peking. and 45' wool that promise! and respects performance...
Chayet, until recently the French /XIF commandeers attention..tailored with the greatest natural shoul- "
consul general at Oran in Algeria, \j\t V/A1 I ider in America. Could this great look be for you? Decidedly.

will leave Tuesday and Is scheduledto O\i-\ j!| In Glen plaids, stripes and solids. 59.95

reach Peking on Feb. 23. i
China named Sung Chinkuangas i
its first charge d' affaires in CITY ; Sielffa4

Pairs. The French Foreign Of-' .

fice said he Is expected to arrive 225 West University Avenue
at the end of this week.
French officials predicted full 1 Free Parking at Rear of Store

Ambassadors would be appointedby 405 N.W. 13th Street Phone 372-5030 ,., Use Your Student Charge
both countries within the three- :!

month period agreed upon.





8 The Florida Alligator Thursday, Feb. 13, 1964 Girl's Mural



AOP 150
with SK 130
PM 110
DG 70
Sports Editor
I AXO ... 70
You just blew a prog test Thursday night. Friday afternoon you get XO 70
shot down by the professor's class test. All day Saturday you study
for another test coming up next week and you leave your books without Orange League:
understanding anything.
Where are you headed for? Well, if it is a night when Florida Is AEP 270
playing a home basketball game you might saunter on over to the gym f f; ZTA 220
and watch Norm Sloan's cagers in action. ADP 150
Basketball is a fast, rough game. Very few people who have the lltI : KAT 135
emotional load that a modern day college student has is going to sit ; DDD 135
there very sedately and say nothing. KD 130
Some may restrain themselves and only cheer when the Gators have
Orange League IndependentsReid
done something meritorious. These are the few.
Cheering for the home team and cheering just as loud (and sometimes
louder) AGAINST the visiting team Is neither juvenile or disgusting.It SORORITY ,INTRAMURAL 400

is part of the American game of basketball. .gathered over at the Kappa Delta house Tuesday nigh I t S.Yulee W. Broward 305s. 350
I am sure most people are familiar with the phrase "ten point home
court advantage." This simply means that a team which Is playing to discuss the ways of publicizing their athletic endeavor Resident Assistants 245

away from home, in essence, is ten points behind before the Star Intramural managers from the Orange and the Blue leaguewere ,. S. E. Broward 220
N. E. Broward 180
Spangled Banner is even sung.
This would seem to indicate that this harassment is not confined to present. Mallory 170
the UF campus. In fact the same situation exist in pro basketball. N. W. Broward 140
Also a charge has been levied at the student body for cheering the
most puerile of our players. In talking to Sloan and to some of the Blue League IndependentsN.
players I have yet to come across one person who is connected with Blue League Final Tonight '
the basketball team who is the least bit childish. Any action which they ; Rawlings 355S.
make on the court which might be interpreted as the least bit puerileIs Rawlings 340E.
due only to the heat.of the game. Jennings 310
However, it can be said without fear of too much contradiction that Fiji's Take On Delta UpsilonBy WOC 270C.
throwing paper at officials Is going a wee bit overboard.All Jennings 150
right, it relieves tendon like nothing else can do? But one of these W. Jennings 145
days Florida is going to lose basketball game because of it. Technical raham 120
fouls have cost the home team a win before.So By ERNIE LITZ fro
I before things get out of hand let's try yelling a little louder for Assistant gAThPU CLASS FieDS
the Gators and even yelling louder AGAINST the visiting team insteadof
The Fiji's take on Delta Upsilon The winner of the game will play
throwing paper. You won't be juvenile or disgusting, just normal. tonight at 7:30 In Florida Gym in the Beta's (third partner In tho gEl'R 3uLTS..

ADP Wins In Orange League PlayAlpha the Blue League final basketball bracket tie) tonight for the chanceto ,
championship.Last meet the Sigma Chi's in the
Delta Pi beat the Alpha standings, scored what must be Orange League championship game
Epsilon Phi's 13-2 in sorority Intermed a major upset as they. night, in Orange League next week. .
tramural play yesterday aftercompletely outplayed the league action the Phi Delts played the Pi
noon. Kathy Fairfield scored 7 leading Alpha Epsilon Phi's. Kappa Alpha's as part of a round- The Sigma Chi's will be playingthe .
points for the winners. Alpha Rita Diamond scored the two robin playoff of a three way tie Theta Chi's in a golf match f
Delta Pi, third in Orange league points for the losers. for that bracket. this weekend. The winner will
., play the SAE's to decide who will
, the Sig Ep's for the link .,

In a rescheduled cage game
Meet The Gators Tuesday night, the ATO's addedto
their success of recent weeks
with a 57-28 win over the Kappa l
Bill KOSS Sig's. Brad Baraks led the win-
+k ners with 18, and Earl Moccia l

Junior Center .4 led M_the. losers with 10.

Bill Koss, the Gator basket-
ball team's 6 feet 7 junior cen- See
ter has played a good portion of What's New id i

\ this year as a reserve forward
on a front line that averages over
I six and a half feet per man. The Browse Shop
, Last season as a varsity performer -
Koss showed potential to
give- the Gators a big assist in q
the future.As Quality PaperbacksA
a freshman, he was the sec-
ond highest scorer on the team,
averaging 17.7 points and 13 rebounds y

last year's Wake Forest
game, in which the Gators upset .Anglund
the Deacons 73-07 Koss came off LOVE IS A SPECIAL WAY OF FEELING .Anglund
the bench early in the first half
to give the UF a 14-point half- ..AnglundFOR
time bulge with three straight YOU WITH LOVE .Anglund
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Florida I Nil igator Ken Ke ROT C Ily DoN DAVIS Staff Writer The Student Cove, rnent (SO) ROT( poll conducted during last week's s tude nt elections was poorly handled, SC PresidentElect Ken Kennedy charged yesterday. "'We will evaluate the survey in order to determine the feelings of the persons directly concerned 'nnedy it rw with comipulso rv R TL ituring the fI t 2 years if college -maiflb male studierts of the Ui MIrS ity (ml loge,"' said Kennedy. -Ie added th. main weakness of last week's poll was that manyv students not directly affected we'e s allowed to vote onl the question of whether to maintain compulsory ROTC. "Residents of the girl's dorms, JOHNSON, HOME CONFER Tak s Hi n ts WASHINGTON (UP!) -President Johnson and British Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home began two days of talks Wednesday amid official V. S. hints of a possible American consumer boycott against British firms doing business with Communist Cuba. The two leaders, differences over East-West trade highlighted a crowded agenda at two White H ouse conferences that ranged over a number of issues, including C y p r us, Cuba, Berlin and Southeast Asia. Welcoming Sir Alex to Washington, the P re side nt acknowledged the existence of common problems but likened Britain and the United States tobrothers'who might differ but whose ties are too strong to ever break."' In reply, Sir Alec pledged Britamn "to stay as close as possible to the United States as partners and as allies arid as two countries upon which the peace of the world may depend." The prime minister and British Foreign Secretary H. A. Butler, accompanied by their wives, arrived on the snow-banked south lawn of the White House by helicopter in mid-morning after a flight to Washington from Ottawa, Canada. After welcoming speeches, the two leaders conferred for 65mnutes, the last 15 mInutes with adKeI 0e The finger of guilt shifted from one plate to another yesterday concerning Barbara Keller's disqualification from her seat on the Board of Student Publications while a special Legislative Council cornmittee on her behalf Is supposed to meet with the board today. Student Body vice-piesident and council chairman Frank Hiarshaw will appoint the committee before the board meeting at 1 p.m. m I visers headed by Butler and Secretary of State Dean Husk. The White House described the mood of the talks as "excellent." Husk and Butler, meeting separately, spent most of their time discussing the Cyprus situation. Both nations are trying to persuade the Cyprus government to accept a peace-keeping force to avert further violence without involving the Uaited Nations andpossible Soviet intervention. Johnson was expected to urge Sir Alec to curtail trade drastically with Cuba, especially In industrial goods, and to remind him that the United States is unhappy about the private British deal to sell 400 buses to Cuba. American officials argued that the sale of such items shores up the Cuban economy at a time when the United States is doing its best to bring Cuba to her knees. But the British refuse to wage economic warfare when they are rnot at war. High U. 5: officials were understood to have spread the word that American consumers might rebel against buying from firms thnt export to the Castro regime. The deal to sell 400 buses to Cuba, with an option for another 1,000, was made by Leyland Motors, the British firm that also exports sports cars to the United States-. Case0 Charges Attacks 3ddlot irdlijie stuIdenlt mn I d students, 'rid rppwrcltssmnen who iie *nOI cOner 1,0dwith enrmpuisIory ROTC cast theti vote in the pwit taken last week,' he ',ald. With no distinction of voters' sex arwd classification, it will be extremely difficult to dietermilie how the freshmen arnd sophomores feel about th.' subject, Kennedy added. Byron Gri-0 C, secretary of men's affairs, said the support of the Florida congressional dedegation has been pledged to support passage of a bill instituting voluntary ROTC. We suffered a definite set back in this aspect of the problem last Dec. 2,'4 Grove said. "At that time a bill providing for voluntary ROTC it land-grant colleges was defeated for lack of two-thirds approval of the measure," said Groves. Kennedy said work on the program will be continued. "we plan the possible use of scientific opinion polls, similar to the Gallup poll, to determine th e lof students concerned Groves said Congressman D.R. "Billy"' Mathews wrote him of the defeat of the voluntary R)TC bill. 'In talking with members of the Armed Ser v ices Committee, I could not gel a definite time when the matter would be considered again. I shall certainly piess with the. committee to see If we can't get action in the near future," M att he ws said in the letter. According to UF Vice-President Mautz, there .will be nio compulsory ROTC at the UF If the voluntary bill is passed with provisions for scholarship incentives. Alligator Meeting There will be a meeting of the Alligator dtaft Friday at 4:30 p.m. In the Alligator office, Editor Walker Lundy said today. All staff members are to attend. Fy cretary to the board, snid the board mel J1 n. 16 and passed requirements for candidates iin the ele tdOlls. Th,. next day was the finial qualification day. 'John Farrell (chairman of the board) suggested to me that a list of the board's qualifications be posted in, the room where the ',Audents would have to go to qualify and this was done"' Epperhelmer 'aid. ORCHESIS DANCERS PRACTICE .for their Sunday afternoon recital at the V Gym. The modern dance group is scheduled t its show at 3 p.m. The performance is one of th Fine Arts Festival events scheduled in the days to For the full Fine Arts Festival story, see Page 7. by Carolyn Johnston JFK 'omnen's a begin e many come. (Photo Memorial A memorial to the late President John F. Kennedy on the lIE campus -discussed by student leaders in the early part of last December -may never get out of the talking stage. Outgoing Student Government (SG) President Paul Hendrick said earlier in the week he was going to leave the plans for a Kennedy memorial 'op to the new administration.'' Ken Kennedy, newly-elected SG president, said yesterday he was not sure what his administration would do about the memorial. "We are still getting organized after the election and the Kennedy memorial is just one of the many proposals and ideas we will be faced with,'' Kennedy explained. "I still the idea is a good one, though, if it is approaches ini the right ,manhler.'' The idea for a memloriil on campus (or Kenne'ly was suggested by the leaders of some of the (lub% on campus. The Young Democrats, Young Republicans, Student Group for Equal Rights and the Students (or Goldwater Club were Involved in the plan. The idea was to (orm .' bi-partisan movement for the memorial on campus. The leaders of theorganli/ations (clt the support of the leaders of SC would help to present a united fly'' favorie charity,'' 1)imbath said. ''We all felt that the movement should be on a voluntary basis with the students contributing if they wished to do so," he said. W. planned to occupy the Student Activities booth across from the Hub and contributions woQld be taker, there.'" Dimbath said the group has not met since December. Most of the leaders of the clubs and the SG leaders were busy with the elections during January and the first week in February, he said. Engines Okay, Reports CA B WASHINGTON (U~pI) -A prelimluary dismantling has revealed no 'Ign of failure in the engines of an air tast Beechcraft that crashed Feb. 3 at Gainesville, Fla., killing all IC aboard, it waS learned Wednesday. Previously, Civil Aeronautics Bosid (CAB) Sources had listed engine failure as a prime suspect in the accident because of eyewIttiess accounts indicating engine trouble. I he sources refusenito comment The -~~.1 B eg in


Build on ii s ill ls Siw il.d ht wil L ii p n ln le I hr c f Ii, eLt rmild,, i, a III Cnd lie iiii'~ i fo,i li. I i ~ih &,Ir lb new9 h iilr iii Sr lil-r Cond y an tvet llav v[hi ges,''h i retoi of ousing sremi. ''Thve ne os rw unit rt he ,~ris iructe sbuthnof .Aveoth bi willgprovie n addtina 208 hae4apartments C' ewrmtry S to lae bilae' ne osn ntt constructed ontermiigFl one full pound KC SIRLOIN STE AK $1.95 HALF POUND $1.50 Georgia Country H AM STEAK Grits & Red Eye Gravy 'GOOD EATING PODNER' at the TOW E R HOUSE Housing Code May ngs Be Block UF s .i, -j , a i s r t | I l .Ii i in~ru ,,ar n 1 II <(il., toi, Ifth [ iruui P d ih l It :l v ts wi, ht 'ie kiriig furo te iiilpi rH f ~in r il'etrk a uttoi~r th l .Ii pu ril In TWold nr ili irsiriir 1jul lrig 'vr sto ul it,nii F livi ativ(,il i'rt M. Ale rassar 1h* [cvN f U) mwI he a pus'i, b Aprsili 30 orth iil x toA lie.n e Itrwil bte dnectesr to urirut th boulings i m~nd hal lenthwa.ise toe mviaes thee addtined. 13as moved mash a igle i. bThebuings ry i let from 88t t Carebinter suelched the rmort thte vdFaveth iamp bo ny maet profit bu pesary the mrtbIdon way' ar enthe said mThe thae, may ade Bealtte on eygh buIwolditg call It ae profit. itht ayte or. ''r i [F hi NOT ...bu Hostess ED, geft Graham gambi night A GATOR GIRL Sa Harold's Club is Sharon Davis, 3 in9in practice for Area's annual party Saturday L etters M sa y I, So Ii' Ii' '' ti ll.p ''Ole represenls theb h it nm ii! whit Ciii u t cS FIIeiet hOu', i M e rch ants iCrease Cooperation be t wee ncalnesville merchants and busInessmen and the UF Office of Student Aff airs may lead to more off -campus jobs for students, Hayes K. McClelland, assistant dean of men, student affairs, said this week. Letters have been sent to 850 merchants and businessmen, containing information on studentenployment. MeClelland stressed that the letters consi sted ofsuggestions, rather than any restrictionsor requirements. K KY -N -"woe -YOU CAN'T DRIVE A RAILROAD SPIKE WITH A BAG OF MARSHMALLOWS. i.n _ ..__ 2. ..--t -l .--.l K. T_ -&. t --. Jobs McClelland said the merchants never knew about the rates or hours that the University offered the student employees on campus, and that this letter was to let them know. The idea was recommended by the University Committee On Financial Aid, which trade a study on student employment, he said. The letter itself tells the merchants and businessmen whom to contact in order to find student employes, and suggests that the students be full-time, have a 2.0 average, and work not more than 20 hours a week. McClelland said most of the merchants and businessmen had reacted favorably. Bernard S. Datz, manager of Sears, said that Sears had always called on the university and would continue to do so. lie said there was some problem before as to whom to contact, and that he was glad the letters were sent out. J. HI. Wunderlich, manager of Penney's, said he didn't think this action would 'make much differenWunderlich said Penney's usually has about 20 students a week applying for a Job, anid that he didn't think he would need the university to rind any more for the store. r I Answer I!iiS~' I' lii' iiLI'Ii liii] I Flavet To Go F I'o in i s r bine tot l .f I .aI n t ' i, r 1 -t imi -i I la'i rh. .a a e 1 s a. .r ob if iw rity pnl IL 'iii IFt Iu t it n h t fb filthe sit n l [(-y, sli lnui! pi' I (,els'Ille jew Las ror i,,, tOl f sti)SAfla"i (IlOI0"[ I h In trg'!enous Buiding ( ru aij, which oly concern ti'liii i fels and tue Ii. nd eilil lh ir "The proposed housim i'u much more explicit,'' IHenile ii. ''It contains provIsions !nm >h things as rootmOCripanicy pri >1/ heating facilities, indoor pli ng and hot and cold running w Pter Assistant City Manager It. w. Brockenbrough said, 'We hie 'ii plans for the present; nothing i o be done by this office while the proposed code remains ii urmmittee hearings."Carl B. Opp, head of lI.E 'oftcampus housing office, said the IF is working on a housing code to be used in setting the standards of off -c a mpus housingrecomnmended by his office. The jfk code will be stricter than the proposed Gainesville housing (ide. Opp, who was present at the public hearing of the proposed city code, said he was impressed with the fact that there was .1most unanamious agreement that a housing code was needed. Opp said that s. Clark Butler, local contractor and developer, is interested in building i group housing unit of 150 modern apartments if FHA financing Is jkssible, and it is only possible when and if Gainesville should get iii acceptable housing code. Under FRA financing, Hutler would be able to rent a OnW bedroom apartment with kitiheni for $45 per month, a two bedroom apartment with kitchen for $'5 per month and a three bedroom apartment with kitchen for $65per month, according to Gpp. ''I know of others,'' Opp saud, that are interested in this 'ype of housing for students, pi ivde SHA financing is available.'' ng


Show Highlights In tern ational Week 'C 'iitif,.i (I it hId ii ci i, f l I, tI [ .'rpip i n~re, ei v iti*., S We wint tip 'sin alL emiphiSi/ that [nteinraticonal Week Ns fr ii! student'., irnd nl(t for (hlV th.* for*.Kp ,tuidernts,' tuesday The tilernt show ', per') Ips the liiihhigtit off ijitirnatiotial Week," said ( arlcos PIfedia chau ,riuii P the iloardi it! IteriuitiniI Activthi, (lilA) "It is bert students hiiin, lust .in jiuflited with rh ote's CII'mtU,S iitivt pressd IBJ FestI'h "PINNdby the f,.it,,re .1e of N ,tici' SuIFIp. thu .I> Interiiait ihiii uppa [ ionimrntttep--ill Anticn Li lgil lS-gitists ir* 5F! *i I rie id impxosedl of focd flri \ ip's roi e'gn eountrits. 'Thu. is p gn1 xtuiiplr ii i onmplishmntt pos sil when tot etgtte T'ipAIwri sulil. wlk Th10 frms ptfi stuptspt I chinci to Ii,'hn PrpmulhlI liers Says I, lent I,-iI p, t K hO1, f, P~l 1I P i Nt St tur.' fir boiit 45 imputes idhn Opel) the flout tic disriussioin. Ielus rff1s il stenct, Miller ouL Seibys iii Nitiiiil ( lii rmp Witltim N. Mite 5.1i1 XWVdi,,day the J{>hiisiii .iii n Pi s t I i t iionws 'iIespci tely .it md"' if whellt lie ihuIbby 1pktr ivitigmton rip ht N ittottl I'i SS ( lib lln h, Mflilr sadthe W hit. house Ih.d 'sit iut hi destroy'' tip witiliss ini the iiqujiry inctotrrier sintt tidt [(0h),, (. lke 's iutstii'hisiziess i rests. Tlh. (JoP chsi mm cha ged that ioiptbits cit giovernmrnt f(ls tip IDcti I. Peyioles, p Stlver I pring Md., unsuramnI, miii, hadiiin sipit .dicnipistr.ptiin" Ill an ftrt tip dlscreit hi' testimony. "I ilinnt Sky whether the Pu CMdent plivyri uny pitt in the dItsclosure or nii," Miller said]. would siwgest thit hi vgorously letiy .iiy imiplicitioii aitl sternly cliseipliu those who have brought the Wlittp litise ito the kind if di Srepjut. lRey 111Is, wlho w rot, $200,000 iii istralic. prILIi ls (li Johnson, THE UNION SIDE EU Coi Presents Arid I l I NAMI \ WII x WIN WI IH [I 'All tlit w.oi Ii neud tic. no \%cpld \Ii ''t'tnc I shnulil ieiis. ] sptt tI cl di Am' Xip ls ipiil ii, U. lPst ci thm wA''!1 t wxcl cifttnm I uowhlthoii i I Ii thc Cii sI in a srie' if lihi p fluch pnd lepclires entitlci Thi Wot Id Around ITS' '0 clt at Amcli i, the lands that link the two Amnerieas" will he this week's bhent., being pz esenitud in the Sictp ltiir of the Florida Union. I)wi gh t Nichols, distmnguiishel radio and photography personality, presents in color motion pictures Central Amneru a, the people, how they live_ whati their countries are ihiih seiit p steel pp et tip thp, H ik.l s rqujst. Hi' ilsi, testified Jp, bought iiivet Iilig tinw' ii i t.h.vlspii ,tilion ,wViedI Icy lip, jiohinidl rftinlv kilis, kogtuim'' .liphnpscci ii. Miuliet spip that th, Fiaker i iso Wa, going t o Ib iii a shouiilc bo a campatti is sue. I'roim .II tipl gatlitr,' he his just liiguii.' Fhlur 'aid lit' the tanln-fle tiOn i I lIrI F thhiugli it will tik. p110r Ic, the MI.iy s~nd. iih 'tiiy bt e i ClI'iP biehnd Ic jilt pliimar s hii Ils rgam/ I~A hint iiiii st.titc les. Iii' I uI li)

Vt I editorials Rcflccrions Ozi Rctlcctions Mi, or, NMirror, oin the wall, who' Ni, fairest if lherr ,i" ii ,sey r al off -the -cuff r ermlirks, this week, Presient johnISOT has been quoted as say ing that we ,mre .1 r mii b tloverl peupti around the wo rid. Andi now W9 (Ain expect the contzovcl -y to hegml iii earnest, with earh Amneri all pullini out his prl ate iritror'" to reflect the km age the rest of the world perceives in per soil. One while standing well withiui iii Zone, by snipers from the 'i i'ity' of the International hluttl ii Panama? Do you know that fe three American soldiers weit shot, the snipers only, were ciigaged in anti-sniper rifle Lii Panama is lucky that Soviet Russia doesn't control the Canal,thay would have used machine guns, mortars, tanks and artillery lk. they did in Budapest! The facts of the Incident do riot conform with your statement that it is ''absurd to say the safety of Americans were threatened." A mericans live in the TivoliGuest House, and it was hit repeatedly by rifle fire from Panama, BEFORE the American troops fired back. In closing I want to emphasis that we are not always right, but neither is Panama, as the supernationalists try to make people believe. When we find an unfair practice, such as the many abUSes that Mrs. Allen sited existed, we should take immediate steps to eliminate those practices and Institute procedures that preclude their reoccurrence. People should be hired for their skills and equal pay for equal work Is the oily criteria for wages. Eflry man and women should b treated with the dignity of God's children, regardless of race creed or color. But Mrs. Allen it does not "depond largely -n thme good will of the American poop1." to see that fair treatment Is afforded to everyone. For the poor, hard-woringPeOpie of Panama goes my profound respect and deepest syinpathies. They have suffered much on both sides of the border and they deserve fair treatment. To the SUper-natIonalistS who foment violence and the Communists who r. I


For I. O I I .p i ) SG B Here A RNOL.D BUTT ANNOUNCED ...last night he (left) will run for the seat of incumbent city commissioner Dr. Andrews (not pictured) in the forthcoming city election. Butt's announcement at a meeting of the Civic Action Association. Also present were mayor Byron (center) and Jim Richardson. Never Too Smoking, It liv II K'd .'IIn 'I ciii iat, to op sr,,o IDi. IMyroi wV. nd f you lhav. smnckeul fri :0 vi, s, you I lii, withitibot tw yeats, zetiu u to Iihe saml. enilti.,i y{,u weit ii bifii I yOgi I'igga smoking,' suid Iii. WlhePt isscuriate professor (if sul gely it thlii II Medical Center. Dr. WhieM aid Prof. T eonar ci S. Powers, of the School of L uw, disciussed the medical and legal aspects of the smoking contro-versy last night at a pre-M.'d Society and P re -Law Society joint meeting. People can really stop smiokmng If they really want to," said Dr. Wheat. "The important thing is to educate the young people to the facts of smoking and the harm it can do to a person." If people begin smoking early, around I5 or lO years of age, they have a greater chance of getting lung cancer than those who start when they are 25, he added. Prof. Powers said that thus far it has been very hard to prove in court that a cigarette coltpany knowingly and on purpose sold cigarettes when they knew they wrre harmful. The cigarette companies claim they did not know cigarettes would cilSe cancer. Cigarette companies a.1o say that they did not force the cigareftes on anyone, and therefore they should not be held reSpOtsibi., said Prof. Power. However, in scm, of lh. latest cases to reach cogfl, It seems -s if there might be a chaiige toward more acceptanc. at the vic tim's side of the arguamelt. These who Broke pipes andctg*rs, d&ntt have to worry as much, unles, they inhale, Dr. wheat said. Dr. Wheatnsid tbere it co shnllica,,t difference in the deaths of non-Smokersand honwho Smokb pipes and cigars. However, there is a veryslgnIticaat difference between, the cigarette smokers and 1hi pipe, cigar, and nou-smokers. Tfhe difference Is that usually l'I3Ir. in IN w K s .1 of be Rolwj t AlligoodI .tiuieiit bodyv vite-pi esideit ini U59-1ut. AlIgout, whule at th, umuversity. w.,, IhOSein for miemubeihuip in I lou,t I Blue Key, and set ved .v Ii .e tdt of the lentoii -igikering Sottety. HI) l RItssiug wtll lhiii, the oahof office ti prehetee Keni keniuedy, vii,'-p11 siIi'tt 'lI. l)Irkob"i.'' F" i'ed I .mi. I .tv Edwir came Winn (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) LIte To Says UF mun liv oVt litd. 11wudhr cOnjuitutiijndi if I IW wite p';.tss*' tp i Ohibil simiokin. Howevr, D. Whoi it disIgRIe, Stop Doctor 4e pl i}II tuin .it i ll \v eI' II), it b w 0 t e il Set Tonight abone imptivjwly to 1iisqii', P iii Fitnut uek wll give farewell di e. nit -going pr u.Ident .,,d pm iet se t v t Ce iwarris to inernea sof his, i aluinwt. An urn~tgu, II address will be give' iv Kennmedy. At that timle lih, iiew Si. ipuuuiist, itton will ufflci Plly Ii k. iffbee. *All sttImhIes 0 ru inItted to Ia uret thit inyamne planning to atteiid pa i h $24 hiaiqut fee .tl Sth seInastur,,'s office by 4 P"n1.tiutiy. .?t CIAL EVER Y DA Y Al TOWNHOUSE Each One Different, Lach One o Complete Meal At Prices that Help Your Appetite Townhouse Restaurant 2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904 Complete carry-out Service onquet


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