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Suds And Surf Fly In Daytona Beach See Page 2





The Florida Alligator




Vol.56, No 123 University of Florida,Gainesville TuesdayMarch 24, 1964





I UF Police Say Albert





May Be FSU Appetizer


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UF campus police said yesterday not say anything more about it He said he was convinced more
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they had "reason to believe" a at this time." than one person took part In the .

group of Florida State University Watson said the campus police "gator-napping."

students gator-napped UF's Albert had been checking out reports of "It weald take more than one

the Alligator from his pen near the "alligator sightings" all day yes- person to lift Albert out of his JsQ

Century Tower last Friday. terday from various places on pen the way they did," he said.

campus and in Gainesville. One "The appearance of the gravel In

report placed a reptile about the pen Indicated there was a
"We have reason to believe Albert Albert's length (four feet) near struggle involved too."

might have been taken by some the UF golf course and several A report of a seven-foot alli- 1

FSU students because of a conver- more called to say he was in gator found chained to the flagpole -
sation we had with someone this
various ponds on campus. outside the administration
(Monday) morning," campus police All reports proved to be false. building at Florida State was registered -

Investigator Gene Watson told The Watson said he will place a with the FSU police over

Alligator yesterday. telephone call to the campus police the weekend, The Alligator learnedby 5 ( &&w

at Florida State this morning ask- telephone.The .

"We're not sure of anythingyet ing them to Initiate an Investigation words, "FSU, Go the Hell,"

," he added, "and I'd rather In Tallahassee. were painted across the alligator'sback
INTERCOLLEGIATE INTRIGUE?
according to Lyle Rutledgeof
the FSU police. Rutledge said

Great God Brown wildlife officers were called and
the reptile, which he estimatedat .e l.1.t; c>> :a.--I.: I

seven feet was released In a
I Throughout the history of mankind, there have been times
nearby lake.
when the human race has even disgusted Itself. The sackingof
TomorrowThe FSU police chief William Tanner .
Opens Rome, the Alamo, Custer's Last Stand, the sinking of the .
said it was found sometime early
Maine and the dastardly attack on Pearl Harbor all stand
Saturday morning."I .
out In long line of evil deeds that stretch from the beginningof
Florida Players productionof row evening and will run through think it might be a bit long
time which mankind has Inflicted on Itself.
Eugene O'Neill's "The Great for your 'gator," he told The
Saturday.
But by far, the most enormous tragedy of all time has occur-
God Brown" opens at 7:30 tomor- Featured by Director Richard Alligator yesterday. "But if It is
red, and it occurred, not In some faraway land but right
Mason will be Mike Beistle playing Albert we'll do everything we can
here on the UF campus.
Ruby Lawyer Billy Brown, Sandra Scales to get It back to you." Albert Is gone.A .
portraying Margaret, Jerry Tanner said he had no idea who
group of black-hearted, foul-thinking, sin-minded people
Dion and Sara was responsible for chaining the
Rhodes
as Anthony,
forcefully abducted him from his pen Friday. They have
Quits CaseDALLAS Jo Edlin appearing as Cybel.In ,alligator to the flag-pole. not returned him.It .

this treatment of the human was the foulest of deeds of all to be sure.

(UPI) -- The new head mind, O'Neill employs the use One KilledIn The person who did the "gator-napping" and the Albert

lawyer In the Jack Ruby murder of masks to simulate the mannerin himself are both still at large. Police are fearing for the

case resigned yesterday. He which the characters disguise lives of either or both. We are sure that beneath Albert's
JaxRace
charged that Ruby's relatives and their true thoughts and feelings. quiet, reserve shyness that has become his trademark in his

an attorney not even officially con- years near the Century Tower lies a seething ferociousnessthat
Tickets are on sale at the
nected with the defense interferedwith RiotJACKSONVILLE cannot be contained. We urge the abductors to tred lightlyon
Information Booth across from the i
his efforts to save the slayer Albert's temper lest they rile him Into attack.
Hub, each afternoon from 1 to 5
from the electric chair. Fla. (UPI) The question that has plagued us since the terrible thing
p.m. University students can receive -
"You can call it a clash of free tickets upon presentation A Negro woman was killed by a II happened Friday Is, "Why?"

personalities; a difference of opinion of ID cards. Tickets are pistol fired from an unidentifiedcar Why would someone -- anyone -- do a deed as abominableas

," six foot, 4 Inch Percy Fore- fifty-five cents for high school last night, a white man was this vile act?
man of Houston said. tied to a tree and slashed with I An act of revenge by a group of students from Florida
students, and eighty cents general
Foreman four days I State? Or bent Albert's
ago replaced admission. a ransom attempt group on making
Melvin Belli of San Francisco, razors by four Negroes and another admirer's pay for his return?

fired by the Ruby family for a tirade Reservations may be made by man was shot in the head as racial Only time will tell. Meanwhile, the world continues to

calling FR 6-3261, extension2671. violence flared In the wakeof I revolve on Its axis and life goes on.
( See "FRIENDLY" Page 8)) Tickets will be sold at the door. integration attempts here. But the UF Is not the same without Albert. W.W.L

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BERLIN (UPI) -- American officiaLs thorities Saturday. He was InJured They apparently changed their
A v ti1+C: K w waited in vain yesterday in parachuting from the air- mind about this when the United

the Soviet Union to fulfill its pro- plane. States In a protest note demandedthe

mise !o free two U. S. Air Force The other officers are Capt. fliers, release and warned

men captured 13 days ago when David I. Holland, 35, of Holland their continued detention would

their RB66 Jet reconnaissanceplane Minn., and Capt. Melvin J. Kes- Jeopardize relations with Moscow.

was shot down over Com- sler, 30, of Philadelphia.

:4'N munist East Germany.In Officials here could not under- INSIDE

Washington, the State Department -' stand why the Russians had told THE

said it had received no the State Department of the release -
ALLIGATORGERMAN
definite word on when, where or plan If they did not intend to

how the Soviets would release the carry it out immediately.The .
vA
two officers. timing of the announcementalso

Y !" A spokesman said there was no was remarkable. Rusk's GUARD
Information available beyond Sun- television announcement took

h h day's statement by Secretary of American State Department and REMEMBERS

a State Dean Rusk that Soviet Am- military officials by surprise.They

4 bassador Anatoly F.Dobrynln pro first heard of it from news reports SEEPAGES

mised the fliers would be returned .
"In the near future." The Russian promise to return

U. S. officials here said they the airmen meant acceptance of
were disappointed and surprisedthat the American statement that the SMU GAME

the airmen were not released aircraft had not been on an espionage -

Monday.A flight but had strayed across ONT.V.
AND THE BEAST third officer aboard the plane the East-West German border because -
when it was shot down 1st Lt. of a navigational failure. SEE PAGE 7

.winners Sue Kablen, 3ED, AD Pi, and Bill Hochsetter, Harold W. Welch, 24, of Detroit, The Soviets at first chargedthe

1) UC receive trophies from Jim Weber, SX. was turned over to American au- men had been on a spy flight.


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I I Priest Says Easter Weekend At Daytona O.K. if.-'ll

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By GEORGE MI MS tion of Easter Sunday," Joseph according to Joseph,we know what He did Himself. portant is that this reminder ;"
Staff Writer said. God accepted that gift. "Because of the effort put is continually going on at the 'J
"But, if worshiping God is "On Holy Thursdaydayofthe forth by the Catholics duringthe present."
not upheld: in that happy celebration Last Supper) Christ took 40 days of Lent priorto Joseph suggests that Individuals !
(This is the second of a then it can't be said the bread and wine and offered Easter Sunday, the individuals who use the churchto i'
five-part series on Easter that the individual celebrated them to God as a gift are more able to cen- be hatched, matched and
attentions on the dispatched, will always be t\>
running in the Alligator this Easter. and changed it into His own ter their
week.) body and blood. suffering of Christ on the present in any congregation. b
Joseph said Easter Is the "And a few hours later He cross." "These sporadic churchgoers }J
People put a blanket criti- ultimate proof of everythingthat offered His body and bloodon According to Joseph, if an may find that the "
cism on college students who Christ said and did. the cross to the Father," individual waits till Easter emptiness of an annualtreck t:
go to Daytona for the Easter "It is the confirmation of Joseph said. Sunday to celebrate, he will to church is not the life that
weekend, according to the message and life of For the Catholics, Joseph fail to grasp the full impact Christianity offers," he t
Father William G. Joseph, Christ," Joseph said. said, the sacrifice of Mass of Good Friday and Easter said. L
assistant chaplain to the which Is celebrated on Holy Sunday. Joseph added people can't i a
Catholic Student Center. "Christ on Good Fridaythe Thursday is the Last Supperand "The whole purpose of really call themselves h,,
"Going to Daytona Is indifferent ( Crucifixion) offered Calvary continued in celebrating Easter is not the Christians by just going to
in itself," he said. Himself to die on the cross time." fact that Christ will rise church on Easter Sunday. '
"It all depends on what the on behalf of all men. Thisis from the dead, but we as The trick for them, Joseph !"
individual does when he getsto unique in that Christ was Joseph said the Catholics human beings need some- said, is to keep busy during
the beaches."If both the priest and the vic- believe the priest, during the thing to remind us and moti- the rest of the year so as not :
a person has been observing tim. He was making an offering mass, is not doing what vate and move us to a greater to think about their duty to
the 40 days of Lent and being offered at Christ did, but it is Christ appreciation of what has been God. 'il
then there would "be nothing the same time,"Joseph said. through the unworthy handsof done," Joseph said. (Tomorrow: a Jewish
ys wrong with a happy celebra- Because of EasterSunday, the priest continuing todo "But what is more Im- rabbi looks at Easter.)
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HC BelievesSG Tide Swamps DaytoncDAYTONA


InconsistentBy "

BEACH, Fla. (UPI- many men are working extended majority of these students are goo
SKIP HAVISER The study will be performed by An ever-increasing flow of vaca- shifts. and well-behaved. However, ther
Staff WriterInconsistenc representatives of both parties. tion bent collegians poured into "So far we have everything under are always some in this large
Buddy Blain, Legislative Coun- this resort city yesterday and whilea control," said Folsom. "The crowd that spoil things.*
--
ies in Student cil majority floor leader said, good many of them ended up In r
Government (SG) organizationwere "This problem is not new to the Jail, police felt things were still
brought to light in the Bar- members of the Legislative Coun- pretty much under control.
bara Keller advisory opinion pre- cil. We are happy to see the administration Police Chief A.O. Folsom estimated -
pared by the Honor Court last week, taking an Interest in between 200 and 300 of
SG President Ken Kennedy said. it. the students had been arrested,
"The opinion also questioned the "The Rules and Calendar Com- mostly In drinking scrapes. But
lack of a definite role for SG In mittee has considered this conflict he said exact figures were hard
cooperating with the university administration of procedure, VOTE Party has discussed to come by because the numbers .a
in areas of mutual it and I have discussed It were swelled by high school stu-
responsibility such as the Boardof with Bill Epperhelmer (Board of dents and assorted hangers-on
Student Publications," Kennedy, Student Publications executive mingling with the collegians.An .
4LW, said. secretary) Blain, 3LW, said. "The estimated 30,000-35,000
Major J Inconsistencies betweenthe members of the Legislative Coun- dents of the 60,000 expected already -
Board of Student Publications cil welcome Kennedy's interest in were here, jamming the A SPECIAL EVERY DAY
charter from the Legislative Coun- the problem." beaches and roads with their cars.
cil and the SG constitution were The advisory opinion from the The city hired a group travel-
disclosed in the opinion, Kennedysaid. Honor Court to determine if Miss Ing musicians to stroll up and down Townhouse Restaurant
The charter and the SG con- Keller Is qualified to be a memberof the beaches and entertain the stu-
stitution must be put in harmony.In the Board of Student Publica- dents. 2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904
1962, under the SG admini- tions was requested earlier by Just in case, the police depart- complete carry-out service
stration of Former SG President Kennedy. ment has canceled all days off and
William Trickle Jr., the Legis-
lative Council proposed a new
charter for the Board of Student
Publications. This new charterwas

in agreement with proposed ,. brisk, bracing
revisions to the SG constitution livelier lather the
presented to the student body for original .
approval, Kennedy said. for really smooth shavesl spice.fresh lotionl 1.25
"The new charter was approvedbut 1.00 "
the constitutional revisions
failed because not enough students J lasting freshness
turned out to vote," he said. It( )
glides fast
on ,
"Right now we must clear up
these Inconsistencies in our own never stickyl I 1.00
organization," Kennedy said. "I
plan to initiate a complete studyof -. :
the SG constitution and then review -/ J '..-
all charters, granted by the "
Legislative Council to make them
conform to the constitution." @UcfPacOPE
Kennedy said this is not a party
issue but concerns SG as a whole.



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Negroes Protest In Jacksonville


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(Continued From Page 1)) incidents during the daylong flare- from unidentified people in a car In another incident, police reported razors on the south side of the
up. which sped on. She had carried a white man-also unidenti- city. lie was reported In serious
said In still another incident, police The Highway Patrol reported atmidevening groceries from a store to her car, fied in the rush at hospitals to condition at a hospital.The .
an unidentified
Negro man it had blocked off the dropped her pocketbook on the way treat those injured by flying glass- sailor victims of a shoot-
spotted two Negro sailors and a city's expressway system to cars beside the highway, and had returned was grabbed by a group of Negroes, Ing In the Negro section were believed -
white sailor in
a car in the colored coming into and leaving the down- to pick it up when she was tied to a tree and slashed with not seriously Injured.
section of town, walked up to the
shot, a policeman said.
town Negro section. A Judge,
car and fired shots into it, super-
meanwhile, began handing out Jail
ficially wounding at least two of
the three. sentences to some of the more than Police were not able to attri- No Change Seen
Fire bombs -- at least ten of 200 Negroes arrested during the bute the shooting definitely to the
them, police estimated -- rocks day.The racial trouble erupting In the north-
and bottles were flung as the race only victim of the violence east Florida City not far from the
trouble erupted In scattered spots Immediately identified was Johnny Georgia border, but indicated they For Student ID's"UF
across the city. Mae Chappell, 35, of Jacksonville, knew of no other reason the woman
The gubernatorial campaign who was felled beside U.S. High- might have been shot.
headquarters of the mayor was the way 1 a few miles north of the students can't afford to sit Gator, said that students could
target of bombs and rocks, police city. The man was shot in the head up here and booze it up on mixed afford several beers, but mixed
forced their way into an NAACP Duval County detectives Walter not far from the scene where the drinks all night," according to Sam drink prices are considerably 1
building and roving bands of young Bechem and Matthew Kemp said woman had been hUe lie was not Darby the owner of a new Gainesville higher.
Negroes flung rocks through the the woman died of one bullet in immediately identified and It was liquor license. Darby said the proper identification -
windshields of automobiles in other the stomach, from a pistol fired not known if he was white or Negro. Darby, the. owner of the Thirsty requirements will be the
I same as in the past in his estab-
lishment. These are draft cards

THE NEW HUE IN EAGLE BUTTON-DOWNS : for women.men and birth certificates for

Darby's establishment Is the
nearest one to the campus with
FORESEEABLE
FUCHSIA
one of the new licenses."If .
I am not sure that a personIs

OOKS pinkdoesn't it? We chose the name for this color from among the entries in our recent J.II.21 iilntermister, I won't serve, owner him,"of said the

JLJ competition for new color-names because of its aptness : we predict great things. Remember you Holiday Inn Restaurant.
Iilntermister, who is also tem-
heard it here first. What makes our solid, pink new is that it isn't solid pink: the vertical yarnor porary President of the Retail

( warp) is somewhere between a Robert Shaw Coral and a Lawsy Miss Scarlet; whereas the he Liquor is aware Dealers of Association the use of,false said

horizontal yarn (or woof) is a sort of 'Enry 'Iggins Just You White. Thus creating an illusion, identification in Gainesville.
According to Florida law, anyone
but of the finest oxford cloth all the same; with button cuffs and our dear, old bulgy collar, about selling or serving liquor to a minoris
subject to a $500 fine or six
$7.00. If you don't know where to buy this and other Eagle Shirts in your town, please write Miss months in the county jail.

Florida law also states that it Is
Afllerbach who
does
; at the address below.
unlawful for anyone under the age
"Use your imagination; this paper doesn't print in pink I 1964. EAGLE SHIRTMAKERS.QUAKERTOW,",PENNSYLVANIA of 21 to possess or consume alcoholic -
beverages.
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: tions by a member In the area
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W of serving minors would be handledby
'.ff iii.f rj'Ir the association.

Hlntermister said that he had
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heard of discussion during the wet-
0 f< JM i dry elections to seek universityaid
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;t.';' ;., ',., i tification lie said cards.that he didn't think the
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concerning action.
': : According to the UF president's
rfl \; office no change In student Iden-
;4y tification cards is anticipated.Such
;: ; .: //, a change had been under consideration -
'. for some time but is not plan-
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I edl: : ori.a.J.: & PHIL NEWSOMUPI billion, a jump of3 per cent over The result is that expanding exports -

, Foreign News AnalaystLike last year. cannot keep up with imports
and Japan, like the United States
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some other outwardly pros- Despite limited space and a has abalance payments problem.
which soon will reach This year the deficit is expectedto
perous nations, Japan Is finding population
Benefits 100 million she produces almost amount to about $100 million.
Ii Fringe that a swiftly expanding economyis ,
;
not an unmixed blessing.She enough rice to feed herself. But For next year some estimates have

, is a world leader in the there are offsetting factors. placed the deficity as high as $700

fishing industry and In shipbuild- million.
I i A favorite exercise of one of our high school English teachers ing. Her Industry runs the gamut Since 1960, consumer prices

I ;i was to select a common word and have the class verbally repeat it from cotton blouses to the sewing have Jumped 25 per cent, threat- These were among the subjects

I I fifteen or twenty times. It was designed to acquaint us with the peculiarities machines with which to put them ening to nullify Premier Hayato which Secretary of State Dean Rusk

of the words upon which we habitually rely for every day together. From tiny transistor Ikeda's announced goal of doubling and a high ranking U. delegation
I 1 conversation; and indeed, the most normal of words takes on an aura radios to pianos. national income within a decade. discussed with their Japanese
of unfamiliarity and mystery after having been vocalized several times. op-
Prostrate at the end of World posite numbers in Tokyo last
f In the same manner, the word "marginal" has taken on an all encom- War n, Japan's economic growth Before World War H, Japanese month.

passing importance in the vernacular of many fields. since then has been leaping forward exports consisted mostly of raw

f at rates exceeding 10 per silk and cotton textiles. Today

I cent per year. the emphasis is on heavy Industryand The United States wanted Japan-

The physician uses it to describe the doubtful status of a patient; At the close of this fiscal yearon chemicals, requiring huge Imports ese support for sweeping world-
the economist tacks it onto all sorts concepts ranging from productivity March 31, her gross national of raw materials and equip- wide tariff ,cuts in the so-called

) to employes; and the politicians employ it to describe the questionable product will stand at around $61 ment. "Kennedy round" to talks to beginin

cohort whose vote may spell victory or defeat for a certain pieceof Geneva in May.

legislation. In all three cases, the word denotes a slmlliar condition Rebuttal To The Army

i of uncertainty. In each there Is a vast gulf of surety and predictability The Japanese wanted relief '

which is bordered by a'rim of uncertainty. And in each case the former quotas limiting the Import of Jap-
I may be quickly and almost casually assessed and classified before the EDITOR: haps neither you nor I would now anese goods into the United Stats

!' attention and main consideration is turned to the question mark of the have the privilege of writing Inane and from a U. S. policy discoursing -
I marginal force. I'd like for Cpl. George Wilson letters to the Editor of the FLORI- American Investment abrr id.
I and Sgt. C. Lawrence Thomas DA ALLIGATOR.It .

(Letters, Thursday, March 19) seems to me, gentlemen, that
to try this on for size: if I follow your line of logic, I would The talks were not conclusivebut
\ The point is especially evldentinthe current debate being waged in the During the past few years I have be better off to cast my lot with the United States recognizedthat

Senate. had the opportunity of getting to the thieves here at the Universityof Japan has special problem.
know a number of members and Florida for as long as possible,
veterans of the U. S. Armed rather than become involved with
Forces. I have also visited vari- the murderers, traitors, and Despite the fact that Japan has
The continual surveys being taken to determine the possibility of a
bases and assassins of the Armed Forces. withheld recognition from Peking,
in
ous military general
, sufficient vote for cloture !mention a bloc of votes that are assured
have been favorably Impressedwith Good luck in C-41 when you enter she openly has expressed the wish
for the measure, a bloc that can be expected to oppose it and then turn
the devotion the to increase her trade with the Chi-
of most
of these University!
their attentions to the small group of marginal votes and a searching
to the defense of nese mainland, now running at$137
men our country.
inquiry into the forces necessary to swing them Into the respective
Each Bob Dew million a year.
camps. 'The marginal votes are 'held by Southern border states, and morning's paper brings
of the death of another
mid-Western conservatives. Hence, these Senators have become the news American -

targets for the persuavsivness and pressure of proponents for both GI in Viet Nam, to say nothingof Where To Go For MoneyBy
the thousands of soldiers
, sides of the question. It may well be the opinions of these few Senators man-
the Berlin and other -
which will ultimately decide the form of the civil rights legislation, ning garrison
trouble around the world. chemical corporation will estab-
spots JOHN HANCOCK
especially the section dealing with the public accommodations regulation;
I had lish a fund for division stu-
planned on serving an enlisted upper
and the power, as usual, will have been vested in the group most able
tour of duty with one of the Financial aid is available at the dents In chemical engineering with
to strike a compromise.There .
branches of the Armed Forces Office of Financial Aid in Tigert the stipulation that the recipient

when I leave the University of Hall. It is possible to secure of the funds will work for that

Florida, but in view of certain recent grants-in-aid, scholarships, loans company. Other funds have no
must be a lesson here, somewhere, to the individual conceptsthat events I find it necessary to and student employment to help such requirements other than a
blend together to make the vast sea of public opinion. Your own reconsider. absorb the rising costs of a col- certain academic average. Still

idea, regardless of its depth, may lie ignored, like the vast expanseof ITEM: Yesterday's TAMPA lege education.The others will offer loans or scholar-

barren ocean, until it can perch itself on the crest of a wave of TIMES carries an article about a office first seeks to deter- ships only to students from a cer-
marginal opinion that comes crashing in to turn the tide of a national 21 year old Army private accusedIn mine what part of the cost can be tain county.

conceptor erode the sand from its foundation. the knife slaying of his wife. paid by the student or his family. The Office of Financial Aid is

ITEM: Go back a few days and They do this through the College in a position to advise the studentas
W. C. N. you find similar charges againsta Scholarship Service of the College to which of the many resourcesare

Navy man recounted in the TAM- Entrance Examination Board. An available to him.

PA TRIBUNE. applicant for aid will more than In some cases, a loan Is grantedto

Monopoly Profits On LiquorEDITOR ITEM: November, 1963, findsa likely be asked to complete a con- a student at a nominal interest
former defector from the U. S. fidential financial statement and rate and the plan permits the stu-

Marine Corps in world headlines.So file It with the CEEB In Prince- dent to reduce his repayments by

Cpl. Wilson and Sgt.Thomas, ton, N. J. fulfilling an obligation. In the case
: selling liquor is granted by the to paraphrase your concluding i The of the National Defense Loan pro-
College Scholarship Ser-
electorate and those who helped question, if you were in my posi- vice examines the form and makesa gram, a student who teaches after
I am delighted to learn that make it possible should receive tion, what would you think of the graduation may cut his repaymentsin
report concerning the financial
someone was as outraged as I some of the benefits. Let the Armed Forces of the UnitedStates? half.
resourses of the family and sub-
was upon reading that the price price fixers know this com- Am I to ignore the fact that you mits Scholarships are, for the most
an analysis to the schools
fixers are already at work in petition still exists at the county and others like you have fought and that the candidate for aid speci- part, granted on the basis of need.
Gainesville's new liquor retailing line, and if this fact falls to deter won a couple of major wars anda fies. The Character and academic achieve-
individual
offices of financial -
business. I refer to the letter them, I too will defect to the drys. Korean "police action," and that aid then determine what if ment are also considered to a great
from Professor Kafoglis In the still others are fighting and dyingas extent.In .
any, sources the applicant is eligi-
March 23rd Alligator. His pointwas James P. Weidner "advisors" in Viet Nam? Shall ble to draw on. any event, the Office of Financial -
well made: the privilege of Research Assistant, Eng. ignore the fact that without these Donors offer scholarships and Aid is the place to go for

men and these Armed Forces per- loans to students depending on their information and application forms.
The office is located In Tigert Hall
own Interests. For example, a
in room 124.


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HuntThe manly toward under- 38th St.The.
graduates, who may or may
Easter Bunny is plan- not be majoring J in
ning a treat for all the.young- psychology, as an Introduc- speaker will be Mr.
er children (age 2-6) of stu- tion to the various areas of Huff from the Florida I i
dents, faculty and staff of the the field, the opportunitiesand Inspection and Rating

University.The the requirements. Bureau. I

University Dames' 1-
Annual Easter Egg Hunt will SDX MeetingThere
be held March 28, from 2-4 Author To Speak

at the University Wo- ,
p.m. will be a Sigma ";'
men's Club House on Old Delta Chi
meeting tonightat
Road. Victor Alba, Spanish auI s
Newberry
8 p.m. In Johnson Lounge,
Each child is asked to Florida Union. thor and editor, will present
bring his own basket and ten All members and pledgesare a lecture on"ComtemporaryProblems 1,1 +
of Latin America" ,
fee.
cents for registration urged to attend. Mr.
There will be prizes for John Harrison, publisher of tonight at 8 p.m. in Room ;:
those who find the "prize"eggs the Gainesville Sun, will be 403 of the Main Library.In .

left by the Bunny. The guest speaker.Goldwater's.
smaller children will have addition to his lectureDr.
the opportunity to locate Alba will address var- f
their eggs in a special area Sons ious classes and visit with
marked off for this purpose. campus leaders.
Senator Barry Gold-
Refreshments will be servedto
water's two sons Barry Jr.
the children.The He will be on campus today -
and Mike will make a per-
Hunt is being con- tomorrow and until noon
sonal appearance in Gaines-
ducted by Education Dames on Thursday. -
ville today at an Informal
and Arts and Sciences Dames
luncheon in the Holiday Inn
jointly. Mayson Ross and
Mary Leigh Beers are co- Motel All Goldwater restaurant.supportersin Psi Chi Meeting
chairmen.
the Gainesville and Uni-
Parents may bring their
children.Psychology. versity community are Psi Chi will have a meet-
Invited to attend. The event Ing for member only
is sponsored by Florida tomorrow at 3:35 p.m. in
Youth for Coldwater.Insurance Room 108 Benton. SANDY SCALES

Psi Chi, honorary psycho All members are urged to
logy society, and the Depart- SocietyThere attend In order to receive

ment of Psychology are pre- the "Psi Chi Newsletters, .is shown rehearsing a scene from "Great God Brown"
senting "Careers in Psycho- will be an Insurance discuss nationalbusiness
logy" tonight at 7:30 p.m. Society meeting tonight at and the upcoming Initiation a Florida Players' production which opens tomorrow nightin

in McCarty Hall Auditorium.The 7 p.m. at the home of Dr. ceremony, and vote on admission Norman Hall Auditorium. The play, written by Eugene
program is aimed pri- James Atheam, 1511 N.W. of new members.tomattella's will
O'Neil run through Saturday.
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Robert O. Stripling, pro- Germany (UPI) when he told how Dr. Josef children rushed to Mengele and Another witness, former inmate
fessor of education and head of the Dutch Marine Col. Antonius Franz Mengele, Auschwitz's chief doctor pleaded with Uncle Mengele,Uncle Hugo Breiden, wept, as he pointeda
Department of Personnel Services, van Velsen, a former inmate of known as "The Angel of Death," Mengele, Uncle Mengle, we won't trembling finger at defendant
College of Education, has been the Auschwitz death camp, testi- joined the children's game in his be gassed, will we?" Wllhelm Boger, Auschwitz's
elected president-elect of the Association fied at a war crimes trial yes- own savage way. Van Vel s e n said the doctor alleged Gestapo torture master.
for Counselor Educationand terday that doomed children playeda Mengele has disappeared and is soothed them then sent them to "You murderer! murderer!
Supervision. His term of game called "going to the death being hunted around the world. the gas chambers. murderer!," screamed Breiden.He .
office as president-elect will be chamber." 'He gave them chocolate," Van "The twins caught on," he said. told of being kicked, clubbedand
one year. "They knew what was going on," Velsen said. "lIe particularlycared "They began screaming. Mengele whipped by Boger. He told of
The organization is composedof he told the court trying 22 Ausch- for 16 pairs of twins he took a pistol and shot each of them Gestapo guards chasing Inmate
counselor educators in institu- witz officials on charges they killed needed for his so-called experi- personally." women with dogs.
2.5 to 4 million persons. "They ments. The kids cried 'Hello, .t
played gas chamber and kidded here come Uncle Mengele, when
each, other. 'You'll go through the he came. They didn't know Uncle
See What
crematory chimney.' Mengele well enough." New in

Van Velsen testified in a chok- "When it was their time to I

6$ ing voice that rose to a scream really go to the gas chamber, the

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Univ. Extension 2832, SEWING MACHINE 1964 Automatic FURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR

or Room 14, Fla. Union Zig-Zag. Must sell. Like new, I For RentSuite I RENT: Two bedroom furnished I Autos I
zig-zag. Sews on buttons, makes student apartments. Right near
button holes. Does fancy stitching. campus. Will accomodate up to

I For Sale I Only $6.00 per mo. Smallbalance, four students comfortably. Special 1959 Mercedes 180-$1100. 1959
Call FR 2-2051. (A-120-5t-p). of 2 rooms furnished, Includes summer rates. Call Mrs. Jones, Hillman, 4 door-$425. Both In

utilities. QUITE, Suitablefor FR 6-5636. So near campus you excellent condition. 376-0863.G-
Trophy Case: 4' x 8-1/2' xl' 8", NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. 1 or 2 persons. This Includes: need no car. (B-120-tf-c). 123-2t-c).
$100 or best offer. Call Tau Epsilon A few ready for immediate occu- study and sleeping room. Located -

Phi. FR 29353. (A-123- pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- near campus and town. Call 1960 Grey VWW sedan. Good condition -
3t-p). ing new home community. VA, 6-5368. 2020 N. W. 12th Terrace. Air-conditioned efficiency apart- Heater, seatbelts, radio,
FHA, financing. Hugh Edwards, (B-119-tf-c). ments. Suitable for 2-3 people, and passenger reclining seat.$900'or
Late model Honda motorcycle 305- Inc., N. E. 16th Ave. and 15th St. $70 per month. 1829 N. W. 2nd reasonable offer. Before noon
2 Cycllnder electric starter. 2-1551. (A-70-tf-c). Ave. Suitable for 3-4 people $100
cc. or after 6:30: call H. L. SauersFR
per month. 1518 N, W. 4th Ave.
For more Information call Gary Large, comfortable front corner- Tenants electric only. Also 6-3211 Ext. 5577. (G-123-2t-p).
Hubert 372-9345 after 2. (A-123- Professional MAGNOCORD tape- room. Located downtown. Ar- pay
available for fall trimester. Call
2t-c). deck model M30 with M33 play ranged for 2 male students. Kitchen U56 Studebaker wagon, air-con-
6-4353. (B-114-tf-c)
evenings
back and record amplifier In one and other privileges. 6-4592. ditioned nightmare, embarrassing
1948 4 door Ford-$100. Gas heater unit. Make offer. 372-1674. (A- (B-104-tf-c). ridiculous mileage. Yellowblackno
$30. Couch $15. Call 6-8617 121-3t-c).
Attractive large room in quiet tags, but cool In cummer. $250.
after 5:00 p.m. (A-123-3t-c). modern home. Ideal for student Call 2-2722. (G-123-5t-p).

NEW AIR CONDITIONED furnished who needs a desirable place to
The new polaroid Land Camera. I Wanted I apts. Bedroom and bath on study. FR 2-7883. (B-111-tf-c). 1958 VOLKSWAGON with sunroof,
Takes color pictures. $40 savings. radio, heater, whitewall tires,
i Kitchen dinette and liv-
balcony. ,
Never been used. Call FR 2-0516. $500. Call FR 2-7907 during noon
ing room on main floor. Color-
(A-123-tf-c). hour any week day or 2-7483
WANTED 1950-54 FORDS AND ful full size appliances, washing
from 6-7 weekend. (G-
Student selling 8 x 28 mobile CHE VRO LETS. Herndon's machines in each apartment. Walkto I Help WantedSPARE I 121-4t-p). p.m. any
home-complete bath facilities with Service Station. Located 916 S. E. University. Shown by resident

tub. Hickory Hill Trailer Park. 4th St. (C-83-tf-c). manager Apt. No.1., Campus MUST SELL -- 58 Volkswagon -
Apts. 402 N..W. 18th St. FR 2-
Inquire at office, 376-6982. (A- good condition, Blue, heater,seat-
121-5t-c). Ride wanted to Mexican border, 3357. (B-119-lOt-c). TIME. You can earn $40a
belts, seat covers, rear seat plat-
or to Mexico City. All your expenses week commission by showingthe
form, excellent mechanical con-
200 for sale. Individually paid. Leaving on or about Vlviane Woodard Beauty Pro-
L. P. records -
Clean, newly finished apts. $70 dition. $600. Call 6-1151. (G-
or as package deal at April 20. Contact: R. M. DorseyExt. gram. Call Johnny Turner 376- 120-5t-c .
and $80. Utilities except gas and )
bargain price -- Half classical, 2832. (C-120-tf-c). fuel included. Kitchen equipped. 1480.9-5. (E-120-15t-c).

half popular. All records In good Call owner 2-7658. (B-120-5t-c). 1958 Volkswagon, new paint, new
condition 2-3811. Need ride to Miami Beach 12:15
many perfect.
tires and muffler, 1963 Ford Gal-
after 6:00 p.m. weekdays only. p.m. or later on March -Daniel Student, background In construc- axie 500. Call 372-7658 after 5:00
(A-121-tf-p). Shain, Tolbert, Room 637. FR 2- tion and sales helpful but not p.m. (G-120-3t-c).
One bedroom apt. $60.00 per
2913. (C-122-lt-p). necessary. Unlimited earnings
month. 225 3 rd Ave. Call
S. W.
LAW LIBRARY. Florida Statues, depends on willingness to work. 1961 Sprite. Excellent mechanically. -
2-3794 2-1823 from 6:00
FR or
American Jurisprudence, Federal Can work part-time or full time.
Chassis clean tonneau
cover,
to 9:00: p.m. (B-120-tf-c).
Penal Code and others. $150 a
I Real EstateBUY I For interview appointment call side windows and good top. Clean
set or$500 for complete LIBRARY. 372-0481. (E-121-4t-c). car reasonable price. Call Wisser
Library cost approximately $6000new.
6-3211 Ext. 5629 after 5 p.m. and
Call 6-8115or 2-6748 nights. 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home.
or weekends 2-6295. (G-113-tf-c)
(A-119-5t-c). A DUPLEX -- WHY PAY All new appliances. Walking dis-
RENT? Live in one side and tance to University and elementary Woodshop Instructor 15 hrs. a
1960 Nash Metropolitan, radio and lease the other side for enough to school. Furnished or unfurnished. week. Afternoon and Saturday.

heater. Take up the payments $39 make the mortage payments. If 2-3357. (B-120-5t-c). $1.00 per hour. Boys Club. Call
.. month. Good transportation, very you buy at the right price and In Mr. Dobbs at 2-5341 or 2-5342. I Lost & FoundLOST I

economical. Owner entering Army. the right location -- you have a After 1:00. (E-123-tf-c).
Also Kodak Instamatic 300 (photo GOOD INVESTMENT as well as Cooperative living organization
eye) only $30.00 w/case. Call a place to live. Why not call me accepting applications for summer
6-3851 Presby Student Center and and I'll give you a list to compareand students ROOM AND BOARD $52 Wanted waiters for summer tri- Class ring in front of
ask for Rual Chandler or leave choose from Wayne Mason month. Good study environment. mester. Must be 21. Gatehouse Yulee Area. Lost Wednesday even

message and I'll call you. (A- c/o Arnold Realty Co., 1219 W. Phone FR 2-9616 immediately. Restaurant. 1222 W. UniversityAve. ing. Reward. Call Charles Mc-

121-tf-p). Univ. 372-3522. (I-119-5t-c). (B-122-5t-c). Call 6-5843. (E-123-tf-c). Enroe 2-9328. (L-122-4t-c).



HEELS put on in S minutes SPECIAL SALE I Services f
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SOLES put on in ISTroimtwMODERfTsHOE PAAINKVIllt Gator Guard


I PAUL NEWMAN EoV R ECONO-CAR. A car of 5 can
PAIR SHOP H drive to Daytona or Jacksonville
across from hi national bonkT and cheaper than the combinationbus
fare. For reservations call Leads ParadeThe
6-3644. (fN-91-lt-p

O
TYPING done on electirc IBM. UF Gator Guard Army ROTC
Reasonable rates. Fast service drill team led the recent King

rrcaatoons Call FR 2-5160. (M-118-3t-c). Neptune Frolic in Sarasota.
) .t ; They formed the lead elementof

ALTERATIONS, HEMS REDONE, 110 units In the largest frolic
TM rzENf ZIPPERS REPLACED, TORN parade ever held in the state of
SEAMS FIXED. What have you to Florida.
GIST be sewn? Mrs. Klein 372-7967. The drill team received heavy

(M-71-t-c). applause In response to their per-
fAY formance and have been given a
Babysitting .40 hour --(anytime) standing invitation to perform in

Ironing $2.50 basket. Call 2-7601, all King Neptune parades in the
ORIVI.SN Hf RAISE 120 N. W. 9th St. (M-89-5t-c). future.
WAR 1400 Hntk., W 1.N M MOM By
The team was led by Barry

NOW3 First Run Hits eon A&&IS CHILD CARE Permanent basis. Rhoden, their mascot and son of
AnbPEIW Home with large backyard. $10
an Army ROTC staff member.
open 6:30; show at 7; Now within the reachof week. Call 372-6950. 3026 N. W. Capt. Billy Wood, Faculty Advi-

see 2 late as 8:40 p.m. the Student Budgetat 13th St. (M-117-5t-p). sor for the group, said, "This

hit'lat 1l parade was the finest one we have
3.00: 6oo <*:oo : half of the original EUROPEAN JOBS -- TRAVEL ever participated in and the Guard

TRAUMA"hit price, 120 cartoonsby GRANTS for all students. Life- received the greatest ovation and
*2 at 8:40: guarding, office work, etc. For reception ever.
WED Bob the UF's& Playboy'sown prospectus, application send $1; "We have definite plans to make

Hope *' comic artist, all Dept. C., ASIS, 22 Avenue de la this an annual affair."
"A GLOBAL AFFAIR Liberte, Luxembourg City, Grand
hit *3at 10:15: printed especially for Duchy of Luxembourg. (M-113-

the local college crowd.,. 18t-p).
Dr.: Strangelove MILL OF THE Patronize

Or:tbrr 1 tutM1 Ts Sta1 STONE WOMEN"color SOC POWER MOWERS AND EDGERS
And lrr TM Aemla repaired. All work guaranteed.Pick Gator
up and delivery. Minimum
a starts Fri: Tony Randall at the Campus Shop & charges $2.00. Charlie's Fix-it Advertisers

f *THE BRASS BOTTLE" Bookstore Browse Shop Shop. 1618 N. W. 1st Ave. Call

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A Last LookAt UF will make a second nationally-televised game against
consecutive appearance on tele- Georgia Tech. The TV purse will
the end of a coffee break, one usually takes last
one sip of coffee
vision this coming football season. be smaller this year because of
returning to work.
before the game's regional nature.
This is the end of the Ice Break, so now it's time to take one last The Florida-Southern Methodist
spring look at the 1964 Fighting Gators. University fame will be televisedon

The spring game this year was probably one of the roughest games 1 a regional basis September The National Broadcasting Com-
ever played on Florida Field. The hustle and fire both teams had 19 from Florida Field. Last year pany purchased right to televise
Saturday made many fans' hopes soar. 1 the Gators earned$50,000 for their next season's college games from
Then one looks at next year's schedule -- and weeps. Six of the first the National Collegiate Athletic

seven teams the Gators play were in bowl games last year. The last ., _. ,_ wWP'BILL Association for $13 million dol-
three teams, Georgia, Florida State, and Miami are arch rivals. NeffersSp/ff/ lars. Single games will be seen
With a schedule like next year's what has anyone to cheer about? BLOMGRENBlomgrenTops nationally on eight of the Saturdays
If you were at the spring game Saturday you saw it about 80 and Thanksgiving. Four games
boys fighting their hearts out to the The UF tennis team won one
prove they're best. each will be shown regionally on
The Blue team lead by Bruce Bennett match and lost one in a pair of
played control football to the! other five Saturdays,
beat the favored Orange, 27-12. weekend appearances. .

The up-the-middle running of Larry Dupree, Jack Harper, and Alan Coach Bill Potter's netters
Poe teamed with the outside running of Bennett on the run-pass optionto Gator Hitters blanked the U. S. Naval Academy
keep the Orange behind all night. 9-0 here on Friday, but fell to the Their will be three other South-
Georgia Bulldogs by a close 5-4 eastern Conference (SEC) games

The Orange ToolsThe Bill Blomgren, a lefthanded hit- score Saturday in Athens, Ga. televised during the 1964 football
ting sophomore, is the Florida Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, and season, and all are on a regional
tools which the Orange fought were the throwing of quarterbackSteve Gators top man at the plate thus Clemson make one-day stands each basis. These Include Tennesseeat
Spurrier to Allen Trammell, Dick Kirk, Charles Casey, Paul far with an impressive .417 bat- here against the Gators here beginning LSD on Oct. 24, Auburn at
Ewaldsen, and Don Barrett. ting average. Thursday. The team Is Alabama Nov. 26, and Mississippiat

The costly errors by the Orange, a fumble inside their own 30yardline Blomgren, a Ft.Lauderdale pro- now 6-4 for the season. Mississippi State Dec. 5.fa. .

and a fumble in their own end zone which the Blue recovered fora duct, has 15 hits in 36 at bats
touchdown, cost them a chance to stay within range of the Blue. for
to his
an impressive beginning I
Many question the Orange team's trick on the kickoffs in the second first year in a varsity uniform.He / State Comes Goes
half. The man fielding the kick threw the ball to the right halfback also leads the club in runs ,
who in turn threw the ball to the left halfback. batted in with 13.

The ball was fumbled, however, resulting in a Blue team touchdown. Blomgren and Jim Duncan, who The Florida State University Varsity Coach Dave Fuller said
Some believe it shouldn't have been used. is hitting .303, are Florida's only freshman baseball team boardedits the games were actually originally
The members of the Orange team disagree. An Orange and Blue batters to better the .300 mark bus in Tallahassee yesterday set for yesterday and today, but
game without a little tricky-dicky is like an automobile race withouta after nine games. morning and rode to Gainesville. the playing dates had been changedto
wreck. No one really comes to see a wreck but it sure is exciting Now leading the Southeastern later In the week."Apparently .
when one happens. Conference (SEC) Eastern DIvi- When they arrived, the playersgot
out stretched their legs fora
No CompetitionQuite sion, the Gators face Georgia Techin every got the news
few minutes, got back on the
the FSU coach Fuller
a two-game series here this except ,
often the seriousness of practice is broken by a funny remarkof weekend. bus, and returned to Tallahassee.This said.

one of the coaches. (I guess they have to have a sense of humor). peculiar situation resulted
Last week was highlighted by this gem of Coach Kensler's: In order that the FSU team not
from a mix-up In playing dates.
One of the Georgia boys was having trouble making his block. Kensler have to miss another day of
The Baby Gators are scheduled to
blew his whistle and shouted, "no wonder Sherman marched through HITTING classes, Fuller said the Wednesday
meet the FSU frosh In a two-game
Georgia -- no competltlonl"Golfers! game will probably be changed toa
_____ series here Wednesday and Thurs-
AB 11 RBI BA I night time affair Gainesville's
Blomgren 36 15 13 .417 day. Harris Field with the Thursday
Take Two Duncan 33 10 5 .303 _. 1.. lI'r" contest at Perry Field In the

Elliot 32 9 2 .281 ORANGE LEAGUE afternoon. .'
Montgomery 36 10 10 .278
UF golfers came through with a South Carolina fell first to the
pair of wins yesterday to boost Gators by a 15-1/2 -- 11-1/2 mar- Porter 34 9 5 .265 All-Campus HandballBob At last report, the FSU bus
Shannon 32 8 4 .250 will be and ready to
their season record to 5-2. gin. Lynchburg College,which was gassed up
Creese 32 8 1 .250
return to Gainesville Thursday
Gainesville and
passing through Menaker TEP
Morcrott 36 4 6 .111
SN Tops PDTSigma had notified Coach Buster Bishop Steve Katz TEP afternoon.FencersWinln.
that they wanted some competitionfell
to Florida in a second match, PITCHING Larry Barr PLP
Nu edged Orange League
intramural champion Phi Delta 171212.. W L IP ERA Elliott Stern PLP

Theta 5-4 yesterday to capturethe Griffin 1 0 12 0.00 Dick Hodgkinson PKA

league Softball title. SNpitcherRon Laurie Hammer was posted the Blggart 1 0 15 0.60 Jake Yarn PKA Jax TourneyThe
Crown won his own ball gamein low score of the day with a 70. Anderson 1 1 9 2/3 0.90

the last inning with a single The Florida varsity and freshmen Pendley 1 1 91/3 'Eggart Gary Collins SX UF Fencing Club won out

which drove across Haygoode teams face Georgia Tech here 3 0 19 2.36 Tommy Kelly ATO over three other representativesIn
Clarke with the deciding run. today. 'Zabala 0 0 10 2.70
the Sabre and Epee Open Fenc-
___ ___ 6 Danny O'Connell ATO
r Phalines 0 0 61/32.99 ing Tournament at Jacksonville
:=='-:::==::=- .2 last weekend.In .

the sabre division, Dr. David
THE CoMfoRTABLt PIACE
Sayers and Rick Kroop captured
BETTER FOOD FOR LESS! l first and second places, respect-

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FoR 1 DNINoR & Kroop took second in the Epee
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REID POOLE, head of UF music department '
.

The combined Men's and Wo- on the concert Is Ernst Toch's

men Glee Club of the UF, the unique "Geographical Fugue,"
Gator Symphonic Band and the which uses spoken words to a
UF Choral Union will be heardin text made up of the'names of various -

concerts on campus this week. geographical locations to pro- 1i4gfg
Guy B. Webb conducts the com- duce provocative cross rhythmsand
bined glee clubs In their annual a generally delightful musical
Spring Concert tonight In Univer- effect.
sity Auditorium at 8:15. The glee
clubs will present the same pro- The program following the intermission -
gram which they will take on tour will be devoted to Ran-
to south Florida and Puerto Ricoat dall Thompson's settings of sever-
the close of the current trimester al poems by Robert Frost under
Musical selections to be the title "Frostana.! These Include p rr1L
heard "The Road Not Taken."
range from religious compositions "The Telephone and "Choose ---_..-.._"'-- -.. ." ,- ......>"" ... (. ..'" -
of the Renaissance all the ,
way to twentieth century compositions Something Like a Star."
.. byStravinsky and Ernst Toch, UF MENS' AND WOMENS''

and not failing to include a Gator- TWILIGHT CONCERT

land medley especially arranged by .GleeClubs shown preparing for their annual Campus Concert, tonight at 8: 15 p.m.

Dr.clubs.Jerry Neil Smith for the glee Richard Gator Symphonic W. Bowles will Band conductthe at the in the University Auditorium. Major work to be presented will be "Frostianna,". a

After the combined opening on second in the 1964 series of out- suite of seven country songs by Randall Thompson, with words by Robert Frost. The

Handel's "Then Round About the door Twilight Concerts on the Singing Gators will tour South Florida and Puerto Rico later in the Spring.
Starry Throne" from the oratorio, Plaza of the Americas,Wednesday,
"Samson," the Men's Glee Club offers March 25, at 6:45. The band will --------

a religious group Including be joined by the Choral Union,

Hans Leo Hassler's Motet: Can- Elwood J. Keister, conductor, in Downed Fliers GAINESVILLE GETS CLEAN CAB SERVICEWALDO
tate Domino; the setting of the a presentation of the "Gloria"

Psalm 150 by Luther Noss; 0 FUll from Anton Bruckner's Mass In $1.50 PER PASSENGER

et Flliae by Volckmar Lelsring; E Minor, and a medley of popular Get leniency'TOKYO PACKAGE DELIVERED AIRPORT SERVICE
and "Salvation Belongeth To Our songs by Hodgers and Hammer-
SPECIAL OUT OP TOWN RATU
God" by Paul Tchesnokov. stein under the umbrella title
The Women's Glee Club "Serenade to Spring." Band buffs (UPI) -- Communist
group North Korea GAINESVILLE DIAMOND CAB
promised yesterdayto
includes Palestrina's "AdoramusTe will be delighted with the"Bandology -
"deal with two
"Come Again! Sweet Love Concert March" by Eric Os- leniently" cap-
tured American fliers because of
CALL 372.3376
Doth Now Invite" by John Dow- terling; the Overture to"TheBarber -
what it said was an apology from
land; Four Russian Peasant Songsby of Seville" by Rossini; Henry
Flllmore's "Golden the United States for"grave crimi- ale .. W. 4TH AVE., GAINESVILLE. FLA.
Igor Stravinsky; and the delightful FriendshipsMarch nal acts."
Kentucky mountain son, ;" and "Echoes From
from Bus Station
The North Korean statement was across Greyhound
"I Wonder When I Shall Be Married. Florida Field.
." broadcast by the North Korean
Central News Agency (KCNA) and
One of the most piquant items Greek Council
monitored here. The Communistshad

accused the airmen of espion-

Application Bonus To UF age.The
officers -- Capt. Ben. W.

Greek Chaplains united. Stutts, 33, Florence, Ala., and
Deadline To stimulate religious Interestor Capt. Charleton W. Voltz, 27,
to give our service awards? Frankfort, Mich. -- were capturedon

"The Greek Council, a commit- May 17, 1963. Their H23 helicopter -
f Today is the deadline for those
tee of the University Religious
was forced to land In North
applying for positions in the fall Association (URA), is composed Korea about 17 miles north of Seoul

Orientation program. mainly of Chaplains from the when It was fired upon by Com-
Those interested In being group sororities and fraternities on cam munist troops. R
leaders and staff
members should
pus," said Wes Flanagan, 3AS, The United Nations Commandsaid
sign up in Tigert Hall room 128
of the Greek Council.
president
the helicopter was on a rou-
before 5
p.m. "The Council was organized 13 tine mission to check boundary
An estimated 200 students will be
years ago to stimulate religious markers along the truce line. It
selected to coordinate the Orienta-
Interest in the sororities and fra- demanded Immediate return of the
tion Week schedule of over 4,000
"
ternities on campus, Flanagan fliers.
in-coming students next fall. said. "The Council has sponsored
Interest in the activity Is the retreats and gives the Klein H.
primary factor for selection
as Graham Service Trophy for out- Patronize

experience. standing service performed in the
chapters." Gator

The Council was reorganizedthis

'Friendly'Resignation trimester to Include three Advertisers

standing committees; Speakers,
Service and Retreat Committees.
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THIS DECISION IS SIMPLE!

(Continued from I)
Page
The question not whether you need a personal

against Dallas and the "kangaroocourt" Thursday March 26th checking account but which one is best for you:
that convicted him of slay-
ing Lee Harvey Oswald. A no.minimum.balance

"My idea is that when a law- an Olivetti Underwood

yer accepts responsibility for a Representative will h1
man's life, he ought not to have top be
on campus
a
share that responsibility with a
civil lawyer or with a number of o to talk withgraduate personal
'., unlicensed relatives," Foreman o andundergraduate
REGULAR CHECKING ACCOUNT?

said.This students
was Ruby's 53rd
birthday.
interested in the The difference I it simply: Savings. A Thrlfti-Check
Foreman 61
the mor.t famous a
criminal lawyer in Texas,resignedin O following training account will cost little if you need but a few checks

a friendly three page letter, C programs: per month and amounts for deposit are small. If

which Sheriff Bill Decker personally your personal finances are more active and Involve
delivered to Ruby. Manufacturing & Service
"I told him I had a letter for 3S more checks and more dollars, Regular checkingmay
Sales &
him. I gave it to him and turned Marketing be more economical for you.

and walked away," Decker said. 0) Finance & Accounting
Ruby's brothers, Sam, Earl and :II Let us help you decide. We have both.

Hyman and sisters,Mrs.Eva Grant = For an interview,

of Dallas and Mrs. Eileen Kamin- Q. contact thePlacement .CITIZENS
sky of Chicago hired Foreman.

Foreman made It plain that his Director. BANK OF GAINESVILLE; FLORIDA
chief difficulties were with Mrs.
Grant and Stanley Kaufman civil
,a
110 E. Univ. Ave. FR 6-2672
attorney and family friend of the
Ruby's. MemheirJDirPage