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Ahead, Buff Loses In City Elections

By DON DAVIS Dr. Edwin Andrews, a commis- for sure until tomorrow. Right now though I'm more interestedin Yesterday's election was con-

Staff Writer sioner. now I'm just glad to be ahead," seeing the outcome of Mayor sidered by many as a contest between *- ,

Incumbent Mayor Com- A' total of 8,919 Gainesville voters Winn said last night at the utili- Wlnn's race." Civic Association (CAA)and
missioner Byron Winn last night ties building where the votes were
anU-CAA groups known as the
turned out to select two com- Victorious candidate Jim
held a slight 72-vote lead in yes- totaled. "Old Guard."
missioners. Final returns, omit- Richardson pledged himself to city
terday's city elections with 173
ting the sentee ballots, showeda Andrews said, "I am not willingto housing code and better race relations
absentee ballots still be be counted Butt and Winn are supported by
total of 4,866 votes for Richardson concede." He added he will makea for people of Gainesville."I .
today at noon. the CAA, while Richardson and
to 3,681 for Batt. complete statement when the
Wlnn's running-mate, UFarchi- am pleased. It was a hard Andrews were backed by the "Old
absentee ballots are counted.
tect Arnold Butt, was defeated by Wlnn led Andrews 4,383 to 4,311. campaign. The differences of Guard." Both Richardson and
James Richardson, UF economics "I'm glad to be going into the Defeated candidate Arnold Butt opinion expressed were good for Butt are members of the UF
professor. Winn was opposed by final count ahead. We won't know said, "It was a good race..right the city and the university." faculty.

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I The Florida Alligator

Vol .56, No. 1 19 University of FloridaGainesville WednesdayMarch 18,1964

Honor Court Says

Keller QualifiedBy '

SKIP HAVISER Board of Student
Staff Writer Honor Court announced

Barbara Keller is qualified for According to the Honor

her position as a member of the advisory opinion, requested
President Ken Kennedy,

30 Licenses' ler is qualified. The 4 _
I cision is now placed in

of UF President J. Wayne : ij

GrantedThirty "Ohhhhr I am so I

very pleased about the
restaurant, bar and motel I only hope President
owners in Alachua County received decide in my favor," Miss
notification from the State Bever- stated when she received

age Department Tuesday morningthat the decision.
they have been awarded liquor Miss Keller, 2UC was q
licenses. the position in the

The 30 licenses, 17 for Gaines- election. The Board of 4
ville and the remaining 13 for Publications (BSP) refused
neighboring areas were put in her and declared that by
the mail at Tallahassee sometime ruling she was unqualified.

after 11 a.m. yesterday,accordingto "Oh yes, it was worth the i
Director she said. "I want that _
Beverage Ray Keating.
Keating said the successful applicants very much. I was elected
will be able to purchase think I am entitled to it. 8)L 8)i

their liquor permits from the office very grateful to student
to right smile happily after
of Tax Collector Shellle McKinney ment and the Alligator for ,
when they arrive today. support.' be announced at the orange
The opinion, presented by
Each of the 30 is being Issued
two licenses, Keating said. Thisis Richman, chancellor of the (Photo by Sam Johnston)
Court revealed some
because of the law which requires -
tial conflicts between the SG
anyone wishing to begin
stitution and the separate
operations before April 1, to pur-
charter from Legislative In
chase a one-year license. Ap- Kennedy said.
licants are thus being given,their
But the big conflict is
choice--a choice which can mean
discrepancies between the
the difference between $600 and
tution and charter but the
$1,200. The latter is the priceof
of seating people on the
a full successful year's permit.The 30 were. chosen Kennedy said. e'' i on

from 120 who originally applied.The "This is a university
successful applicants for tee and all students
liquor licenses are as follows: subject to final approval by The Identity of Miss UF will
GAINESVILLE dent Reitz." be announced at the Orange and

Thirsty Gator, S.W. Darby, 633 Reportedly the primary Blue football game Saturday.
NW 13th St. of the court was Each of the 10-semi-flnallsts

C.N. & H. Liquors, Inc., 8 NW for the position as appeared in swim suits and even-
16th Ave. the BSP. ing gowns and performed to a panel
of jedges which Included Gerry
(SeeBEVERAGE, Page 8)) (See KELLER, Page ) Rlchman, Honor Court chancellor,

k? ....' .' t' '''' -:": '.( ': ; IN CAVE ACCIDENT r ,x<" : /,'..' '' 11' I"I' :- Charles Frank T.Edwards Adams, dean, member of men of;

I LI student Florida Blue body Key president Ken Kennedy; Julian,

j Pals, Saved Life, Says DiverBy Procter of,Florida student State body vicepresident University-;

Jack S. Funkhouser, asst. prof of
GEORGE ElMORE under water. Only Fadden had where he was transferred to a cause of the weakening of a humanities; and Harry Shorstein,
y Staff Writer air remaining in his double Navy plane for an emergency lung which collapsed during the member of Florida Blue Key.

Back in school after a brush tank, and the three were attempting flight to Charleston where he accident."I The new Miss UF will be an

with death 90 feet below the surface to "buddy breath" on underwent treatment in a decompression entrant in the Miss Florida contest,
don't know much about it,
of an underwater cave, UF Fadden's tanks. chamber. to be held Sarasota summer.
he said "but In like this
freshman Melvin Ambuehl yes- "Jack must have realized all "There's no doubt about it," She will succeed Miss Jean Salisbury -
terday credited i buddy who died three of us couldn't share the Ambuehl said, "Jim saved my where the lung has collapsed, reigning Miss UF, who was
have to be the lookoutfor
and another who lived with saving air," Ambuehl said. "He left life." you "on awarded the title of "Miss Con-
his 11fe.Ambuehl. once to find the opening out of A fourth member of the group pneumonia. geniality" at the Miss Florida

has just recovered the cave, then returned for one who did not go into the cave, Turning back to SCUBA div contest last year.
from a case of the bends for deep breath of air in an attempt Warren Payne, 2UC, tried unsuccessfully ing, Ambuehl said he was General chairman of the contests
which he spend the weekend in to reach the surface a- to revive Spindler. through with cave diving. secretary of Public Relations,
a decompression chamber. lone." Reflecting on the 38 hours he "Friday's Incident showed Lee Willis.

Jack Spindler, a sophomorefrom Both Ambuehl and Spindler spent aboard a Navy submarine me that something can go wrongat
Clearwater, died in the were brought up by Fadden.Both tender at Charleston Naval Base any time," he aid. Memorial TodaySeveral
SCUBA diving accident but Jim were unconscious. Fadden revived In the decompression chamber,
Fadden, the other buddy, escaped Ambuehl with mouth-to- he said all he bad to do was "I have done all my cave
serious Injury. mouth resuscitation, but Spind- lie there. diving with Jack, and we had minutes of silence will
The three were altemptingto ler apparently was alreadydead. He said he has suffered no planned this dive out pretty be observed by UF students and

surface from a point 100 Fadden rushed Ajntnuhl after-effects yet, but said he Is well," he said, "it wasn't any- faculty today atllOS a.ra.In memory
feet back In a cave 90 feet to the UF Teaching Hospital, susceptible to pneumonia be- one's fault." -of Jack R. Spindler, 2UC, who
died Friday in a sklndlvlng acci
'", : :W' '. '"""': >' '->.i:" 'N, ='"/. '> >"" ''"-""k .I $C'f .& !iI-! dent.Winn .

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2 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 18, 19 Jobs
World's Fair

Available To UFers

and free from communicable dis- Free uniforms for workers
By JIM McBATH must also be bond. furnished but Thaler are
eases. said if
fr: k Staff Writer able with'no police record said students couldn't fit into the uni

: Want to be a part of the Thaler. forms they need not apply. Dress
7 J/ World's Fair this summer ? Hospitality service aides will size for girls is 10-14. For boys, I
M: William Thaler, director of personnel do everything, Thaler said. They shirt size Is 14-16 and pant size
services for the Brass will work at refreshment centers, Is 29-38.

K Rail World's Fair Organization, restaurants and souvenir and Student are expected to work
it:. -,--- "S will hold Interviews this morningat speciality stands. They will workas through Labor Day or until they

1 iy 9, 10 and 11 a.m. in Room cashiers, waitresses, busboysand have to go back to school.
324 of the Florida Union. He hostesses. For housing Thaler said the
i @@d: said there is a block of about pay ratelsI.50perhour. Minimum Brass Rail would send a hOUSing
'. 200 jobs available to UF students. work week is 35 hours and list and where a student decides

Ev Students who qualify will workas the average week Is 40 hours. to live will be his choice. He
,i I hospitality service aides. To Time-and-a-half will be paid after warned students not to sign any:

V qualify, a student must be 18 years 40 hours at the option of the lease agreement because they may
rt. old, be able to be In New York student's supervisor.Meals will be want to move as soon as they
t. by the fair's opening date, April provided while the student is signed It.

22, and must be in good health working. No choice of the shift or job a
1L .. o/ L. student will have can be made
r.. tM\f '.Tr 7 M 111''In"'i't'!!' (
said. Students who
s, AAUP submitted their applications on
Voting Tuesday should be notified if they

have been accepted by the end of

jaii Ends ThursdayVoting next week, he continued.
A free pass to the fair
___ ____ _n 24 hours a day, seven days good
CROWNED BETA SWEETHEART for new officers for the local chapter of Ine American will be given to employed students.a week
7 Association of University Professors closes at noon tomorrow
.Bunny HMderbrandt/, a member of Delta Delta Dr. Donald Williams, chapter secretary, announced today.. .,: But reserves the World the Fair Corporation
Delta sorority received a silver trophy pin and a A new president and treasurer will be selected, each to k pass anytime right it feels it pick is neces up the
two and four executive committee members
serve years,
dozen roses at a dance in her honor Saturday. Behind sary.
will be elected to serve one year. x>
Miss Hilderbrandt are left to right, Donna .Gurnic, For president, the nominating committee proposed Dr. John Thaler for this said summer everything that applies

Ainslie, psychiatry, and Dr. Cecil Smith, agricultural econo concerning
Susan Skinner
and the
Sandy Irene Curry, fair also applies for the fair
mics; treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Knox Goggin, library, and
in the
members of the summer 1965.
court. v Dr. E.s. Ford, botany. The committee was chaired by former
Bob DeLoach
secretary of labor
chapter president Dr. Vince Hynes of the College of Education.
for student government, said he
Eight nominations were made for the executive committee,
Cost EvaluationDue will have material available about
i of which four will be elected, all running at large: Ralph H.
the jobs for anyone who can't
,; Blodgett, economics; Pedro Fernandez, Spanish; Melvin Fried,
to one of the inter
biochemistry; Ira Gordon, education;Arnold Heldenheimer,political morning
On Trimester i slcence; Pauline Hilliard, education; Hollis Holbrook, views. The material may be pickedup
In the Student Body Placement
z. art; and Gladys Kammerer, political science.
; Service, Room 309, FloridaUnion.4WPr4rJan4df .
Questlonarles designed to evaluate the costs per trimester will !% ) l Y ,
BO out early next week to the students, Clyde Wilkinson, chairmanof
the cost committee has announced.

Wilkinson, an English professor, said that these questlonalres were
drawn up primarily to answer two questions. First how much the

student is spending, and second ;
where he Is getting the money.

Alumni Fete The committee was appointedby
Dean Lester Hale in January

Slated HereThe 1964.Wilkinson said that the Job had TMEt/MIt1Tt_ 1UhITV $TSlt J..O FOR HOME OR OFFICES

to be finished by November 1,

an expected alumni-faculty 900 persons barbecue attendingthe 1964.He said that the committee was \(\
UF spring reunion this weekend WASTE BINS
an attempt to assist students In
begins Florida at Gymnasium.11:30 a.m. Saturday in financing their college educationby

helping them know how muchit
cost and where the various

Tickets to the barbecue are sources of income came from.A A tva61 Aleat!A& Cwwed!
$1.50 and all reservations must random sample of students 044v
be made by Friday according to will receive the questlonalres.

Al Alsobrook, assistant directorof Wilkinson said that 361 students,
Alumni Affairs. Reservationscan undergraduate, graduate and
be made by calling the Alumni married students have been chosento
Association office on the campus. receive the questionare.
Students who have kept careful
Federal Aid records of their finances are askedto
send in their
names and addresses -
to Wilkinson.He .
Said AssuredTALLAHASSEE said that he has already received -

several names and these
(UPI) A fed- students will receive the questlon
eral consultant in higher educa- alres as well as the sample picked.
tion said yesterday approval by Wilkinson explained that the stu-

the voters last November of a dents who offer their assistance %% .._
$75 million university constructionbond would serve as a check on the ;__ ," }
i :Ih
Issue Insured Florida's parti- sample, because he believed the .f I/
cipation in a federal aid to edu- majority of the sample picked II/
cation program.Dr. would be relying on memory.He f
John Millett consultant to stressed also that the stu-
the U.S. Office of Education in dents filling out the questionalre ; I

establishing administration pro- were requested not to Include their T ; Rustproof!
cedures for the Higher Education name.
Facilities Act of 1963,was speakerat Wilkinson said that the Information I t, Leakproof!
a luncheon honoring state lea- gained would aid several : AS.A
Ideal for kitchen laundry, play.
ders of the citizens campaign for people, first of all parents evaluating * 5 1' ,
voter adoption of the bond issue.Florida's the cost of sending a child to room, garage, patio,
indoors out.
share of funds under 1 college and then Insurance com- i anyplace or ;
The natural "SwingBalance"cover
'the act will amount to $5,195,000for panies who give policies to help ,. t
closed .
each of three years, or In the families meet the cost. always stays '
excess: of$15 million. He said that the figures In the T no spring to wear out. Red, yellew -

Millett, newly elected chancellor catalogue now are sketchy and old. F.E.s.c.o turquoise or sandalwood. .
of the state of Ohio's university The questionalre asks about the unbreakable polyethylene
system, applauded Florida for its student's living quarters, rent, a torrific value at this one lowSAT'SFACTION

adoption of the bonding program.He food, clothing, medical expenses, GUARANTEED. Murphy price!
stressed a need for partnership travel, Insurance, courses, books, OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED
.of federal, state and private lab fees, and personal items. It Q. C. MURPHY CO. ,
interests In support of higher edu- also asks the student to break

.cat on. down where his money comes from. CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER -JPage

18,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

<1 1 I 11111 Jill! Ilmlill I Im 1ll1I111" I

115 Campus News BriefsKynes I

HonoredAttorney Gras Chairman Record DanceS.W. Tom Kennington Florida PlayersFlorida

General and Mrs. Applications are now being Broward Is sponsoringa Local radio personality Tom- Players will begin
James W. Kynes will be honoredby accepted for chairmanship of free record dance Friday, my Kennington will make distribution of tickets for their
a reception today from 2- next year's FloridaUnionGatorGras from 8:30 to 12:30 p.m. another appearance this weekat next production, "The Great
4:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Committee.The The dance will be headed by the Florida Union's Club God Brown," today at the Information -
sponsored by the John MarshallBar committee is responsible dee Jay Dutch Schaeffer from Rendezvous. Booth across from
Association.The for the organizationand WUWU in the Broward rec Dance Committee ChairmanDon the Hub from 1-5 p.m., or reservations -
reception will be pre- planning of the annual Gator room. Albury has announced an can be made by calling -
ceded by a luncheon which is Gras Carnival and subsequent Irish theme for the dance which extension 2671, on campus.
Anderson To TalkPsi
open to the public. Tickets to events. This year's event was begins at 8 p.m. Friday. Thereis Tickets are free to University -
the lunchoen are $1.50. held over last weekend.Al Chi will sponsor Dr. no admission charge for Club students, :55 cents to high
Leonard, pastChairmanof Richard Anderson who will Rendezvous dances, and all stu- school students, and 80 cents
AE Phi ConclaveAlpha the Gator Gras Committee, speak on the "Recent TrendsIn dents are welcome. general admission.The .
"Great God Brown" will
has been elected treasurer of Psychology' today at 3:35 Brown To
Epsilon Phi is con- SpeakJohnny open on March 25th and will
the Florida Union Board for p.m. in Room 108 of Benton
ducting a conclave March 2021It Student Activities. Mack Brown, registered run thru the 28.Faculty.

will include a business Those Interested in applyingfor Hall.The public may attend this sanitarian with the Notice
meeting Saturday afternoon anda the position should contactthe discussion by the professor of Alachua County Health Dept. Faculty not teaching during
banquet that night. Program Office in Room 315 psychology who Is known for will conduct seventh class in trimester 3A and, therefore,
of the Florida Union this weekto his course in history of psy- Food Service's Training Pro- not having payroll deductions
Barn Dance SetThe make an appointment for an chology. gram for Its employes.His during this period should make
subject will be "Food
Wesley Foundation, at interview.Math ClubThe Hiers To SpeakProf. Protection." hospitalization arrangements to and maintain major medi-your
; 1320 W University Ave. is hav- Brown is a member of the
cal Insurance coverage during
ing a barn dance on Friday, Math Club will hold an Richard Hiers will National Association of Sani-
this period.To .
March 20.There organizational meeting to establish speak at the Hillel Foundation tarians, Association of Sanitarians continue this protection
will be a professionalcaller a constitution and elect Sunday at 11:30 a.m.about"Ido- of Florida, and the Florida during this period you :lust
free refreshments, anda officers today at 3:30: p.m. latry in Judaism and Chris Public Health Association. provide a personal check made
door prize for the last coupleto These must be done beforethe tianity." lie graduated from the UF out to the UF to cover the
enter before 8 p.m., whichis club can be authorized.All Dr. Hiers' talk will follow in 1957, attended a special necessary amount.
when the dance starts. members of the student the usual Sunday brunch at 11 training course for sanitariansin These arrangements must be
Admission is free,and casual body and faculty Interested in a.m. Cost of the brunch will Jacksonville at the Florida made before April 1st but
clothes are In order. All mathematics are invited to attend be 75 cents. Attendance at the State Board of Health from before submitting your check
students, regardless of reli- the meeting in room 211 lecture need not involve atten- September of 1962 through Dec- contact Mrs. Croley, Insurance
gious preference, may attend. of Walker Hall. dance at the brunch. ember. Clerk, Extension 2101.Dickinson's .
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Road Plan

Draws Opponent's Fire
Call 376-6472 for DeliveryOn

By United Press InternationalFred didates for governor to disclose ders also criss-crossed the statein
O. Dickinson's proposalfor their personal financial worth. a quest for votes.
a $300 million bond,issue And Dickinson and Mayor Hay- Mayor High assessed his net
for a crash road-building pro- don Burns of Jacksonville bickered worth at $66,189.91 and said this
gram drew fire from three of back and forth over Jacksonville's Included his home, bank account,
SURPLUSRECORD his gubernatorial opponents yes- bonded debt. monthly Income, possessions, a
terday. The Democratic candidates were horse, motor boat and motor bike.
Mayor Robert King High of scattered from Jacksonville to lie paid federal tax of $21,074
Miami challenged his fellow can- Miami while Republican conten- on 1962 income, he said.
High said If elected he would
urge legislative enactment of a
law requiring all candidates for
governor to file a report of their
net worth at the time qualifying,
STOCK SALE and all governors to make such a
Bryant Kynes Spat
report annually, including the year
immediately after they leave
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY office. lie said politicians live

MARCH 18 to 21 TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -- Gov. Farris Bryant and James Kynes, his in glass houses and should not
hand-picked attorney general, had their first public spat yesterday and expect privacy.
records these
This is last to buy at
your Kynes came off second best. Rep. Fred Karl, Daytona Beach,
low prices before price stabilization is enforced by The disagreement, their first since Bryant named Kynes to replace Sen. Scott Kelly, Lakeland, and
the FTC. Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin on Jan. 17, involved the status of 56 so-called Sen. John Mathews,blasted Dickin-
policymaking employes in agencies under the governor.The son's road bond program.
Legislature's committee on personnel and retirement questioned Mathews speaking at Melborne,
whether they actually were policy-making positions and called for a called it "Immature, Irresponsible -
review to determine If they should not be put back under merit system and foolish and wondered
0/0/ control. "what New York bond louse
35 Bryant did not try to hide the fact that he thought Kynes was out of line dreamed this one up." He urgeda
In recommending the review. Kynes said he was only doing his dutyas return to "pay as you go" fin
a member of the personnel board which oversees the state merit ancing.
system. Kelly told the state Association

Kynes was Bryant's executive assistant when the board,headed by the of County Commissioner meeting
governor, followed Brya:.. recommendation that the positions be removed in Jacksonville the bond scheme
Off Regular PriceOn from the merit system In August, 1962. Since then, the salaries would take money away from them,
of most have been raised above merit system provisions. noting that the seventh cent of the
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson sided with Kynes in favor of the review. state gasoline tax which Dickinson
Our Entire Stock of Long Play Albums From But Bryant had the support of Comptroller Ray Green, Secretary of would pledge to pay off the bonds
$3.95 State Tom Adams and Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner makeit now goes to the counties for roads.
Up a 4-2 vote against Kynes and the legislative committee's recom- Later in the day, at Cocoa,Kelly
ALL 45 RPM "HIT" mendation.
8Se "The governor's a hard winner," Kynes said afterwards shaking his A Do your laundry
RECORDS head. while you shopOINIUEEN

"U Motor Vehicle Commission supervisors are policy positions,
REG. $6.95 DIAMOND I'll eat my hat," he added.


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Page 4 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 18,1964

I I.11; c: ]IIt i. I. e5 Typical Class Day 2064 A.D.

A Moment Of SilenceThe By WALKER LUNDY He briefly considers skippinghis The university has done away
Editor first class, a C-52 lecture with Food Service since eating took
The following is an account of first period (4 a.m. until 6 a.m.). too much time away from studyingso
tragic death last Friday of a UF student, and the subsequent a typical day in the life of a UF Joe had to make it to class
heroic rescue efforts of the U. S. Navy that saved a companion's life student in the year, 2064 A.D. Then he remembers the memoran- hungry.
by flying him to Charleston, S. C. quite possibly ha- started somethingnew Joe Gunch, 1UC, 12 years old, dum from the president's office The lecture was in Florida Field
here--a tradition that means something.At hears the alarm go off and blearlly that said any students who cut a before about 44,000 sophomores.
11:05 a. m. tomorrow, the university will observe a moment of reaches out for the clanging mon class would be shot by a firing One young coed was gunned down
silence for Jack R. Spindler, 20-year old freshman from Madeira ster. He looks at his watch that squad In front of Peabody Hallat by guards when she dropped her
Beach who died In a skin-diving accident In "Blue Hale." The Century tells him its 3:30 a.m. dawn. pencil.
Tower will offer an appropriate hymn at the same time. "Well, I got 45 minutes of shut- He stumbles out of bed, opens "These kids have got to pay attention -
With the rush-rush of college life and the human tendency we all eye," he tells himself. "But I his economics book and begins in class," said the guardas
have to be concerned for ourselves first and then the other person, a needed the extra 15 minutes any- reading as he dresses for the day he re-loaded his gun.

new tradition of this sort could well serve the university community. how." ahead. The class ended at 6 a.m. and
UF people do not pass away often, and when it does happen, It is Joe quickly broke into a gallop so

almost always a sudden and shocking thing. To less Cubans'campaign he wouldn't be late for his next
So for a few moments tomorrow, stop thinking about that Impendingterm Reply class, which started In 30 seconds.
paper or next weekend's trip to Daytona and hold a reverent silence He read his English lit book as he
for a fallen comrade---whether you knew him or whether you didn't.W. EDITOR: on ATTACKING A MINORITY -

GROUP. This makes a ran.Just before he went into class
W. L. On March 9, 1964 a so called pretty poor campaign issue besides he saw Betty Ann. Betty Ann was
political aspirant for the governorship indicating lack of courage just about the most luscious, most
Gathering StrengthWe of the State of Florida named since he knows that this minority prettiest, most nicest girl in the
Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson spoke at group does not have any voting world. At least Joe thought so.
the Gainesville Women's Club. One power. "Hi Ann "
noted with particular Interest the text of a speech by Carl T. Betty Joe said.
of his campaign Issues was: "No "Oh hi Joe she
Rowan, director of the U. S. Information Agency (USIA) as reportedin more admission of Cuban refugeesto Maybe Mr. Dickinson would also with ,smile., answered
The Alligator last week. Rowan stated that the constant use of the United States." prohibit the entrance of East Germans a
Joe's heart went
superlatives, and attempts to continually pin the labels of "friend"and Hungarians CzechoslovakIans flippity-flop.
"villian" on the U. S. and Russia respectively could enervatethe "I was thinking," Joe said,stalling -
Of the eight years that I have and of any freedom
for time until he could muster
strivings of the USIA. been living in the United States, seeking individual to the United
And such Is true of any Institution whose primary purpose Is communi- this Is the first time that I have States. Perhaps, he should read the nerve to ask Betty Ann for a
cation; for any writer, or any newspaper that musters a continuous seen a political candidate base his the Inscription on the Statue of date, "maybe, if you weren't doing
personal vendetta against the most likely looking target at hand, will Liberty. anything Saturday night we could
soon lose the vitality of its crusading force. take the Agronomy 201 quiz to-

And the readership that once was stirred to righteousanger or a Maybe Mr. Dickinson doesn't gether."
questioning examination of the issue will become content with the Nothing New know that the sugar Industry In "Gee, I'd like to. I really
question of "I wonder who they are attacking today?", and a casual the State he wants to representis would," Betty Ann said "But I've
flip of the page. a Cuban contribution. got to do my master's thesis that
This Is the best answer we can give to the continual questions we EDITOR: Maybe Mr. Dickinson doesn't night. It's due Sunday morning at
receive, inquiring why we are not busy exposing the "nefarious activi- know that hundreds of restaurants, dawn and I haven't started on it
ties of the administrative hierarchy." When the Alligator started to advertise garages, fruit and vegetable can- yet."

At least It's a good enough excuse to serve as a convenient shield.W. a sequence of articles con- ning industries, nite-clubs,tomato Sadly, Joe troted on to class.
C. N. cerning sex and marriage, I hoped plantations, etc., are Cuban con- His class day Is over by 11:30
that finally someone would express tributions. that night and he goes home and
some new ideas on this subject. begins studying. It has been a
The World University ServiceEDITOR Well, the Uberal-thlnklngpeople Maybe Mr. Dickinson doesn't long day for Joe, but a typical one.
know that the Bacardi Co. a multimillion -
of this university have been dis- He had 19 hours of class, seven
appointed again. Dr.Bertoccionly industry, is a Cuban con-
tests, three term papers, and
: the less fortunate to help themselves rewrote the old puritan-type views tribution. two pop final exams. To top it all
Much more than a personal tragedy Its program of selfhelpand which have been in existence now for Maybe Mr. Dickinson doesn't off, he made a B on one which
i Is involved when a young manor mutual assistance in the fieldsof several hundred years, and the know that the name of the State automatically put him on academic
i a young woman has to drop student health, housing and food, only novelty in his articles was he wants to represent is a Span- probation with the university. If
university studies because of poor library and textbook facilities, and the use of some philosophical ish contribution. he makes another B on any test
j health or lack of funds. It Is the Individual and emergency aid, has terms. The ideas are as archaicas before he graduates, poor Joe
entire world, sorely In need of enabled many thousands of stu- ever in trying to Justify marri- Maybe Mr. Dickinson would will be suspended from school.
rather have all the Cubans
educated, Intelligent leadership, dents to complete their education. age as a must before sexual inter- living After three more hours on the
under communist
which feels the loss. The World University Service course. Well sir, you can pat a of regime as an books, Joe climbs In the rack for
+ Yet this is an occurrence whichis campaign here on campus started yourself on the back, you have example good neighbor policyhe nightly 30 minutes sleep. Just

repeated hundreds of thousands Sunday and will run through Saturday done your job as a good citizen, proposes. before he dosed off, his roommate
' of times a year, most frequently, The W. U. S. committee but have you really offered a new About the 20,000 colored people rolled over and said, "Hey, man,
unfortunately, In those nations hopes to raise $1500 on campus and modern approach to the pro- unemployed, Mr. Dickinson should Merry Christmas."
which can least afford it. In this year. Students may make con- blem or are you just trying to determine the facts. He should Joe stopped.It .
' economic terms alone, the cost tributions through fraternities, defend the mores of this society? contact Sen. Smathers or Mayor was Christmas Day.
of this wasted brainpower is stag- sororities, or at the wishing well I believe that there are many Robert King High and they will
; gering. In human terms, it cannotbe constructed In the middle of the who share exactly your views andI furnish Mr. Dickinson the facts
calculated. Plaza of the Americas. Contri- have no objection, but sir,please he ought to know as future governorof Time has no divisions to
Prompted by these consIder- bution can also be sentto World don't try to tell people what is Florida. Thank God we have mark its passage. There is
ations, World University Service University Service, Room 211, right and what is wrong. Each real political figures like Senator never a thunder storm or
WUS has labored for than individual make that blare of to announcethe
( ) more Florida Union. mature can Smathers and Mayor King High trumpets
+ 40 years, marshalling the resour- decision for himself. representing the people of Florida beginning of a new monthor
ces of the more fortunate membersof W. U. S. ChairmanJim both of which, Mr. Dickinson, are year. Even when a new
the academic community to help Weber George A. Jahnlgen, 2 UC ,very good friends of all exile Cu- century begins it is only we
bans. mortals who ring bells......
--Thomas Mann

Emilio de Cardenas

"No, it's more fun to wait

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1964 Marks 15th Obser''vance Of WUS

itrr a

Started In '1919

1 br t T To Aid Students

UP has observed World University Service Week annually for the

past 15 years, according to Jim Weber, chairman of WUS on campus.
__ -4 WUS was originated In 1919 to aid students through programs of

mutual assistance, relief, and rehabilitation.- The most extensive

programs are In Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe.In .

nations where only the elite can afford to go to college, WUS
awards scholarships to capable students.

Other money Is used to build health centers, construct dormitoriesand

provide books, food, lodging and medical supplies In foreign
schools.Six .

hundred universities In the United States now contribute to ...

WUS, as well as foreign students In 50 different countries.

"Korea Is one country which needs financial aid very badly," Weber

said. "In the capital city, Seoul, the annual Income per capita Is only
$100. Yet it costs $400 to go to the university. Housing and health

facilities at the university in Seoul are gravely Inadequate and 4,000

students who have tuberculosis (TD) are living among the rest.

With part of the money which we hope to raise this year WUS

BEAUTY, BEASTS plans to build a TD sanitorium on the outskirts of the city. The total
cost of such a project would be about $10,000," Weber said.
. .mix it up as the end of ... Mrss In 1962, the University of Florida contributed $l1B to WUS. Last

the contest draws near. Above r 7 7 rTJ1 year, $629 was raised. WUS has set this year's goal at $1,500."I .

Sandy Sadja, 2 UC, Pi Lambc definitely think WUS has a very Important place on our campus,"

Phi terrifies Susie Rablen 3 El stated Weber. "There are 611 foreign students from 73 countries at
the University. This is more than any other school In Florida and, there-
Alpha Delta Pi. Right are fore, we should show proportionately more Interest in the program.So .

Jay Smith, 2 UCa Sigma far we haven't.'

Alpha Epsilon and Terry A "Beauty and the Beast" contest is now being conducted on campusto

raise money for WUS. Eleven "couples" have entered the com-
Davcock 4
Omega. petition and will canvass the campus for votes In the form of money.
(Photo by Phil Krug) The winners will be crowned Friday afternoon at the Alpha Tau Omega

"I'm convinced that from the response so far, this year's financial

3 campaign will be a great success," Kennedy said Monday.
Top Faculty

Going To FAUA 44'Jd Florida Union ActivitiesThursday

UF assistant dean and two -- POLYNESIAN SUP- Sunday -- MOVIE: "Ralntree

department heads have accepted ; PER sponsored by the Interna- County" at 7 p.m. only in the

positions at new Florida Atlantic r .IR--t{.. + tional Committee, Union Board, Florida Union Auditorium.WORLD'S .
University (FAU) In Boca Raton.Dr. I r s at 6 p.m. in the Social Room of
S. E. Wimberly assistant ; FAIR -- Reservationsnow
the Florida Union. No tickets
dean of the college of arts and being taken in Room 315, Fla.U. .
R will be sold after 2 p.m. on Wed-
sciences Dr. John M. DeGrove There will be two trips as
; jji'y nesday, March 18.
chairman of the political science follows: Leave Florida Union
June 17 -- return June 26. Leave
department and Dr. John N.Webb
; Ladies Night In The Game Room
Florida Union August 10 -- return
chairman of the economics
e9 --beginning at 7 p.m. in the base-
August 19. Cost Is $95.00 which
ment were appointed to positionsin ment of the Florida Union.
the FAU college of social Fold Dancing tonight beginningat includes round trip transportation,
hotel accommodations for 7 days
science.Dr. .
8 in Johnson Lounge.
Wimberly will be dean of the p.m. and nights, 4 daily admission tick-
college. ets to the World's Fair, 1 ticketto
Friday -- MOVIE: "Hiroshima a Broadway Musical.

Williams Mon Amour' at 7 and 9 p.m.
SpeaksThe Mexico Cheers de GaulleMEXICO in the Florida Union Auditorium.

DANCE In Club Rendezvous from
Florida Union Fine Arts 8 to 12 In the basement of
Committee will present Hiram CITY (UPI) -- A wildly out to shake hands with scores of the Florida p.m.Union.

Williams to speakonthe"Painters enthusiastic crowd of several hun men and women.At w
View of ContemporaryArt" dred Mexicans broke through police one point, secret service men
at in the lines yesterday to shake the locked arms to shove thecrowds Saturday -- MOVIE: Hiroshima-
Johnson 3:30 Lounge.Wednesday Williams is hand of a beaming President back and De Gaulle was reachingover Mon Amour" at 7 and 9 p.m. In

Charles de Gaulle infrontofMexico's their shoulders to shake hands the UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM.
a UF professor of art. A
independence monument.The and wave In acknowledgment of
reception will follow.
towering Frenchman, a applause.The .w,
broad smile on his face, showedno Incident came at the startof Pink Leads
fear as the enthusiastic Mex- a busy 16-hour day for De
Union RoomsCampus
icans broke through security cor- Gaulle, his first full day In Mexico Thr.coeds working Europe
dons to surround him. He mixed on what Is interpreted as a
pick up applications organizations for room may freely with the crowd and reached "show-the-flag" state visit. Color ParadeFor EUROPEANJOBS

space In the Florida Union .
for the spring trimester at

the union desk.Deadline for. returning the Wafee O.p"Eat Spring '64A

completed applications is The trend among students
March 20.Land. review of the new colors Is to work in Europe duringthe

a Cup of Coffee for Spring shows that pink is summer. Thousands of
PlanningA the leader, followed closelyby jobs (e.g. resort, lifeguard
ing and office work) and
lilac and mint. Fashion
experts -
travel grants are availableto
pioneer in land planning ENERJETSA predict pink trimmed every registered student.
techniques will speak on the with white as the pacesetterfor Some wages are as high as

subject today at 11 a.m. In NEW WAY to k..p ol.rt Spring. $400 a month. For a com-
Room 18 of Matherly Hall. Gilbert's, The House of 1000 and
without harmful d,,,,*. plete prospectus, job
Lee A. Syracuse, assistant Fabrics is showing their new travel grant applications, a
director of the Land Use and TWO of lhti tondy-ityl. + Spring fabrics In color tablesIn $1 ASIS book coupon and
lobltti qvol to 0'". strong #
Development Committee of the order that customers can handling and airmail
of Home cup of coff. and |just atharml charges send $1 to Dept. M,
National Association .... 'ochl' select any type of fabric In the
uilde.rs In Washington,D.C., 0' 1025f color of her choice. See the American Student Informa-
IJ tion Service 22 Ave. de la
will speak at a seminar spon- displays at your local Gil-
Liberte Luxembourg City,
sored by the department of berg's store at 109 West Uni-
Grand Duchy of Luxem-
real estate and urban land Ask lor them at your nearest drug counter versity Ave. bourg.
studies In the college of busi-

ness administration.

e 6 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 18,1964


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By STEVE VAUGHN 3-Run Ral'yTurnsTrick'

Assistant Sports Editor -
Shannon who had aper- kept the Gators' record of never
Florida's baseball team ralliedfor Tommy ,
three big runs in the seventh fect day at bat going two for two, being scored on at home, alive.

Moore Thomas Robert, 1LW inning yesterday to pull out a come singled Blomgren home with the
last Gator run of the day. Gators weren't as kind to
from behind 6-4 win over Vander-
It has been almost a year since Tom Moore made one of the big
bUt Vanderbilt starter John Bazach,
of his life.
decisions Ron Creese walked to start the single by Blom-
scoring a run on a
The decision was made from two choices: sign a professional base- In the first Inning, Vanderbilt
and teammate Earl Mont- double by Shannon.
ball contract with a chance for big league fame and fortune, or enter inning went down in order. Florida'ssecond gren and a
law school. The two-time college baseball All-America chose the gomery reached man up, Earl Montgomery,
when Vanderbilt tried to get
Elliot lined Intoa
walked, but Jim
latter.In Creese going to second on Mont- Zabala retired the Commodoresin i
the language of Tigert Hall and the student telephone directory, gomery's grounder and failed. double play to end the Inning. order in the third.

he's now Moore, Thomas Robert, 1LW.
Bill Blomgren, who led the Ga-
You see Moore at Florida ball games this year sitting in the standsas Vanderbilt again went down in
tors at bat, singled in both runners
a spectator, and it seems odd that he's not out on the field at third and advanced to second on the playat one, two, three order in the secondas The Gators added a run in the

base. He graduated last season after three years service for the the plate. Gator starter Adrian Zabala bottom of the inning on an error

establishing numerous Florida diamond records.'Sure and a double by Blom-
Gators, ,,,,-, ,, by Vandy
',' tt \ '
Moore answered while watching the Gator- \' \ ,' '" ,: ; ,. ,
I miss the game, '" "" '''" ",." '" "" gren.In .
Vanderbilt game Monday. "Its not as much fun watching as it is '"-

playing,' he said, "but so far, I haven't regretted one bit not signing,
Tankers Bow Out the fourth Inning Vandy broke
but coming to law school. '."
the streak of 25 scoreless Innings

Big Bonus ContractsThe turned in by Gator hurlers at Perry

major league scouts had been lounging in the sun at Perry Field field this season.A .
during the '63 season, watching Moore and taking notes. Major league Against PrepThe

clubs have had a way of handing out five and sometime six-figure bonus walk to the lead off batter,

contracts to prospects they figure have a good chance to make it to Baby Uator swimming team season closes out its a single, a sacraflce fly and a

the top. season tomorrow against Bolles Prep of Jacksonville. triple by firstbaseman Jerry Schu-
"How much a team will give you is generally a pretty good indicationof The mermen had a rough time during the week when they ford .ttvd the balleamft at 2-2.
how much they're interested," Moore said. were upset twice. ;

I On Friday they lost to powerful Pompano Beach High 5342. .'

Scouts from 13 clubs had been The meet went down to the last event and the Gators were f' Both teams were quiet in the

looking at him. Seven came around edged out on the 200-yard freestyle relay. The other half ; fifth, but Florida erupted for alone

when the season was over. of the double-dual meet with Pine Crest Prep saw the Baby t run In the sixth as Dave Porter
Gators winning 71-24. :: blasted a triple to the wall in deep

"What will you sign for?" they On Saturday the Baby Gators beat Dade County Junior College .:. right centerfield to score Shannon,

asked. 55-40. However, nightmares came back again as the frosh who had walked to start off the

lost the other half of the double-dual meet to four-time state inning.
Moore decided on $10,000.He wentto ___ __ _h_ ._ ._
champion Miami Jackson, 4847. The meet once again :,

said all the scouts agreed the last relay and once again the Baby Gators were defeated. 'C iw

the figure was fair, Gator coach w '
Dave Fuller figured Moore was The 200-yard freestyle relay had been a strong point for the

worth more. But none of the merman all during the season. However, a week before they _
scouts returned to meet the price. traveled to Miami the lead man on the relay, Jim Kelly, was ., r
Injured in a scotter wreck and could not swim. Qy ,

Moore is 5-9 and weighs 16u. The season record Is 7 wins and 2 losses. It has been a good 4t4

The scouts said he was "too small" year for the Gator frosh because they have established nine ::'.: a

to take a $10,000 risk on. new freshman records and two new Southeastern Conference >:..

(SEC) marks. :; { {
"If Moore was six feet tall and Tom Dioguardi lead the Gator Frosh in records set with 1:' 4--- r

weighed 180 pounds, with the same new marks in the 50 freestyle,100 frestyle, and 100 fly, besides :.,,, ANDERSON MONTGOMERYIn

___._u. ability, he would have gotten being a member of both the 200 and 400 freestyle relay record ;
$50,000," Fuller said.
TOM MOORE setters. seventh Vandy hit the
the ,
Blanchard Tual set freshman records in the 100 backstroke ; "
Scoreboard when Dave Jessup lined
Thinking of the future, Moore determined to not sign for less than and 200 backstroke. a home run over the rightfleld

his original figure. .;\\lW j: lrtlil tlmHfZim :fI.m: .. t: fji.h; !$I' fence.

Decision Became Obvious"I George Ramsey knocked in the

decided that no matter which I chose, I would be shooting" for the DU Grabs Softball Crown Commodores second run of with the a Inning sacrifice for fly.the

top. And there's only one place to play ball--the majors.

When Moore couldn't get what he wanted out of the big league clubs, Delta Upsilon won the Blue In Orange League softball, Sig-

the law school decision became obvious.Of League fraternity softball cham- ma Phi Epsilon edged Alpha Tau That made the score 4-3 In favor

course, he could have signed for less, and be swinging a bat pionship yesterday when it smashed Omega 5-4. of the Commodores, but Florida
rather than studying in the law have the lead for
in some spring training camp today, Lamba Chi Alpha 12-2. didn't let them
school library. long as they staged the seventh

"Some people will say, 'now you'll never know if you could have Wood led the winners witha In independent softball action, Inning rally.
Moore said. "But if I'd gone on to play ball Charlie Anderson picked up the
made the big leagues, double and a single.Tom AERO swamped CLO 15-0 and NBA
and hadn't made it, I might never have known If I could become a Goldsmith homer, got credit for the win. tripped Chemistry 9-2. win In relief for the Gators.

good lawyer."

I I Backfield Lettermen Bolster Football GatorsRODGERS I

I of fullback John Felber.
"We always knew that John had

By MARTY LURIE the ability and now he is finally

Sports Writer playing the way he should," said

: Two freshman who have shined
The 1964 edition of the Florida so far are fullback Graham McKeel

Gators, bolstered by seven returning and halfback Jimmy Jordan.

lettermen to the offensive McKeel is a two-way player.

backfield, should pose an impres- r The Lakeland native is a fine
sive scoring threat next year. / corner linebacker and is a strong

"The reason many of our plays -,- -- -- FEIBER inside runner. Jordan is an apt
didn't work last season was because DUPREE HARPER TRAMMELL SPURRIER flanker and is possibly the fastest

of the Inexperience" said offensive of our Harper is having his best spring. big year next fall to close out his unit are Newcomer, K'.rk,and Poe. runner on the team.
backs and ends, Newcomer was chosen as the
coach Pepper Rodgers. "Now mostof His performance is encouraging collegiate career. most improved veteran this spring.He With the third quarterback's spot
he missed the final two Spurrier is rated as a fine pros-
the boys have had a year'sactivity because is the only senior halfback. up tor grabs, there is a real
The younster
of 63 due to sickness. pect by Rodgers.
their belts, so we'llsee games between Bruce Ben-
under in Gator fans will remember Kirk battle going on
last season
describes Trammell as the freshman squad
what happens." Rodgers for his twisting 42-yard touchdownrun nett and Jimmy Hall Hall has been
who always comes up almost all offensive departments.
"the boy
half- the Gators extra-point kicker for ,-
Alabama last
for against year
Returning with the big play. Cousin ofAlabama's "Steve has beenperformingweUso
backs Dick Kirk, Alan Poe, Jack All-America Pat far," Rodgers said. "We will which gave Florida a 10-7 upsetof past two seasons. Bennett,who wasa
Newcomer, Alan the Crimson Tide. high school All-America, Is the
Harper, Jerry Trammell, he was voted the out- probably have a three-team sys-
Smallest the squadIs Gator's leading pass defender. The
player on
Trammell, fullback LarryDupree standing defensive back of the tem next season so he will get the
and quarterback Tommy Shannon. sessions. opportunity to prove himself inbig the 5-8 Poe. "The Raven," Valdosta, Ga. resident picked off
With last season's signal caller spring as he was nicknamed by his team- six enemy aerials last year.
the most explosive time competition.
Shannon out for baseball, the first Tabbed Is as All-Southeastern Con- The depth that is sosorelyneeded mates, was voted outstanding offensive "We think we will have a more '
HarPer runner back of the drills. balanced inside attack next season
with spring
team should be
has been lining up fullback Dupree. "Dupe"has by any football team
Dupree, and ference Rated as the most pleasant sur- and we should throw some more,"
Trammell looked good so far and every- present next year.
at quarterback prise of the session is the work Rodgers concluded.r .
sophomore Steve Spurrier one is counting on him for another Close on the heels of the first



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-. 8 The Florida Alligator WednesdayMarch 18,1964. Congressmen Start In On Poverty Bill

r Beverage I
voice rising. "They have been
_ 'r WASHINGTON (UPI) Con- Republican charges that John- "
went straight to work Tues- son had served up "reheated legislative very negative minded.
(Continued From Page 1)) Alexander Carlton, U.s. 441 at gress
Fifth Avenue Package Store, the city limits. day on President Johnson's leftovers" brought an McCormack said he told John-
Egostart Investment Corp, NW 5th'Avenue HIGH SPRINGS $962.5 million plan for a war on angry retort from Speaker JohnW. son at a White House breakfastfor
poverty. There were predictionsthat McCormack."The congressional leaders that
and 6th Street. High Springs Bar and Package
Gainesville Package Drive-Inn, Store, Talmadge Reynolds Barber, a bill would be ready for Republicans" have opposed Capitol reaction to the antipoverty
House action in everything,' he told reporters,his
E, Finley Cannon Jr., 901 NE U.S. 41. weeks. proposals was "overwhelmingly
Waldo Road. RURAL AREA favorable" and that he could expect

Holiday Inn, Bell and Hinter- Brown's Drive-In Liquors, I KellerContinued I quick action.
Albert Eddy Brown, S. MainStreet
mister, 1900 SW 13th St. Less than 24 hours after the
Mlllhopper Bar, Samuel Clark and U.S. 441. tive secretary of the BSP stated, President sent his message to Con-
Butler, at the Mlllhopper Road James Gambrel Brown, one and ( From Pagel 1))
House subcommittee
"I have no plans to do anythingat gress, a special -
a half miles south of the Inter-
and NW 16th Avenue.
"After Legislative Council all about the matter unless on education and labor opened
section of S.R. 26 and S.R. 219Aon
Page's Package store, G.K. charter, Richman ruled that Miss directed by the board. Just this hearings on the measure. The bill
Page, 2133 NW 16th St. S.R. 214 near Melrose. Keller meets the minimum requirements minute I received word of the would organize a "Job corps'for
Primrose Inn, Byron M. Wino El Rancho Lounge, Mildred
necessary and is qualified decision." 100,000 underprivileged
Jr., 214 W. University Ave. Katherine Ellsworth, Route 24, "
said. finance
Kennedy Thursday night's meeting to youths, community anti-
Sapp's Liquors, E.B. Sapp, 523 eight miles west of Alachua.Gene's Election by 'the student body in elect Alligator editors will be held poverty plans, help needy students
Package Store, William
NW 3rd Ave. cases of university committeesonly as scheduled, provided a quorumIs work their way through college,
13th Street Package Store, M. Eugene Whitlock, U.S. 441 northof gives the winner the rightto present, Epperhelmer said. He and provide grants and loans to
Johnny Walker, 4125 NW 13th St. High Springs. be nominated for approval by doesn't believe Reitz will make a small farmers and businessmenIn
Trading Post Liquors, Trading Stalling's Corner, Stall Ing's
Reitz said.
Kennedy decision before then. poverty-stricken areas.
Post Inc., 1248 NW 5th Ave. Corner Inc., U.s. 301 north of
"The decision is
now droppedInto "The appointment of Miss Keller
Waldo. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, D-
East Side Package Store Ger-
the of President Reitz
lap boils down to this -- SG says yes,
trude S. Booth, 1208 E. University Tom Sawyer Motor Inn and Restaurant N.Y., the full committee chair-
Kennedy said, "but student government the Board says no, and the decision -
Ave. Tom Sawyer Motor Inns man, called hearings through April
is not finished. We
are is to President
now up
Fred Lewis Locker Room, Operating Company, 3919-3921SW with the idea of clearing a bill
behind Miss Keller 100 per cent Reitz said.
13th St. for floor action by May 1.
Frederick Albert Lewis, 205 SE
and will do all that's possible to Reitz has requested that Ken-
B. and B. Package Store RobertH.
1st St. ,
have her seated, realizing of nedy discuss the matter with Dean "We cannot delay another day
T.L. Moxley, 4005 NE 13th St. Walker, U.S. 301, 1.3 miles
course that President Reitz has
of Student Affairs Lester L. Haleto In our attack upon this ancient
Paul's Package Store, Hazel south Evelyn's of Hawthorne.Liquors, Evelyn the final decision. We do not resolve specifically what Reitz's enemy," said the Harlem congressman -
Paul Mallard, 1318 E. University Leverette, north of Island Groveon believe the BSP has the right to decision is to Involve, accordingto "We cannot allow 1964
Ave.Webco U.s. 301.Laney make the final decision" Kennedy. to pass knowing that Americahas
William Edward Brown- Paul L. Reyes, U.s. 441 Reitz will receive a copy of Dean Hale was not available for not met its major social pur-
Ing, 424 NW 13th St. the Honor Court's opinion along "
Gainesville pose.
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Central Lounge, George Joseph --
531 SW 4th Ave. Schemeks Restaurant and with Kennedy's recommendation, ,. .. ... .... ., .. ....... ....,o.yw'.
Montgomery, ': : : : :: ::
Service Station, Donald Martin and reasons why, she should be : : : : .: :':: :sr:::: ::1"t.: :: :: :
SPECIAL LICENSES approved. The Board Is free
Scheneks, three miles south of
Hotel Thomas, Gainesville Waldo on U.S. 301. to submit to Reitz their reasons
Development Co. Inc., 614 NE Rosalds Restaurant, A.M. and why she should not be appointed, riN 9'P7 +H Y6YNM'M :w s NhYk,' '
3rd St.
ALACHUA R.M. Mattucci, three miles southof Kennedy said.

Bill's Package Store. William Gainesville on U.s. 441. ---.William. Epperhelmer, execu-




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