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Thousands Mourn Grand Old Man In NYCNEW ri


YORKUPD-The nation The service was scheduledfor Illness last Saturday, his long United NationS Adlal E. Stevenson under the Great Rotunda,where i

be served as its 31st presI- 4:30 p.m. EDT. time aide, Neil MacNeil, said. ; Sen. Jacob K. Javits the late President Kennedy lay I

dent paid homage today to the Hoover, who became a millionaire R-N.Y.; and former Postmaster in state 11 months ago 4

"{rand old man," Herbert Hoover succumbed Tuesdayat engineer before General James A. Farley, who

Clark Hoover. More than 17,000 the Waldorf Towers suite entering public life, defeated eulogized Hoover by saying his ,

filed past his flag-draped bier he had occupied since leavingthe New York Gov. Al Smith In activities on behalf of this coun- Hoover's body will be flown f

In the shimmering marble sanc- White House In 1933. 1928 for the presidency. From try "were greater than any Sunday to West Branch, Iowa,

tuary of St. Bartholomew's 1921 to 1928 he had servedas other American." where he was born Aug. 10,
1874. The former President
Episcopal Church on Park Ave secretary of commerce
Hoover was a Quaker but under Presidents Warren will be burled under a simple
Tomorrow Hoover's
nue.President his family chose St. Bartholo- and coffin headstone he himself selected.His .
Johnson and GOP Harding Calvin Coolidge. will be taken to PennsylvaniaStation.
presidential candidate Sen. mew's, adjacent to the Waldorf, Prior to being taken to wife's body will be trans
ferred from Palo Alto Calif.
Barry M. Goldwater were to fly for the service because it was The WallStreet crash of 1929! Washington by train the late ,
to West Branch later.
here today for a brief memorial from that church that Hoover's the Depression and the revital- President will be rendered I
service before Hoover's wife, Mrs. Lou Henry Hoover, I
ized Democratic Party of honors by an honor guard from
body Is borne In honor to Wash- was laid to rest In 1944. Franklin Delano Roosevelt the service academies.The There was only one wreathat I

ington to lie In state under the swept Hoover from office. public will be allowed Hoover's bier-white

Great Rotunda of the nation's Hoover was mentally alert Among the first mourners 42 hours to pay its respectsto chrysanthemums sent by President

Capitol. until stricken with his final were U.s. Ambassador to the Hoover as his bier rests Johnson.

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Vol. 57, No. 35 University of FloridaGainesville Thursday, Oct. 22, 1964

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Chou En Lai Abbott Sees

Asks SummitOn

Weapons GreatrrolicsIf

WASHINGTON (UPI) Commu- the quality of Individual performers is any barometer of how

nist Chinese Premier Chou En successful a program should be, then Fall Frolics should be a success

Lal has written Pres.Lyndon John- this year, according to Ed Abbott,director of the Interfraternity Council
(IFC) sponsored event.
son urging a world summit con-
"We got exactly the entertainment "
ference to abolish all nuclear weapons we wanted, he said.

the State Department said Scheduled_ to appear .at Frolics Nov. 13, In Florid Gym are The
4J jI Lettermen, last-nsing negro

yesterday. $'i *4t comedian Godfrey Cambridge, and
The described I
proposal was as I
Identical to the one Red China nationally and Travis.- known folk singersBud LBJ to Visit

made public on Oct. 16, the day
expects a "great
of Its first nuclear test, and which '
Frolics" and predicted that the
Secretary of State Dean Rusk already -
r ,event will be sold out. Five thousand
has rejected. The State Department ; State
tickets will be available for Sunday
said Rusk's rejection _
still stands. t $3.50 a couple, he said, and will
be sold at the Student Information
Chou's letter to Johnson was t' '
w* Booth Nov. 913. MIAMIUPI-Pre.ldent Johnson
delivered' Monday in Warsaw by y ,
Abbott said will receive a doctor of humane
China's ambassador to Poland, three groups, of
Wang Kuo-chuan. It was handedto which the popular Lettermen are letters (LHD) degree from
the headliners Florida's newest university at
U.s. Ambassador John M.Iabot. MP were signed In a

In announcing its first nuclear $6,000 package deal. The Letter- Doca Raton Sunday, then make a
"major campaign address" at Orlando -
men are campus favorites throughout -
test last Friday, the Peking
ti : the nation and are continuallyon the next day.
government called for a world L
summit conference todiscuss"the .. the beat-selling lists. Bud and Tom Fleming Jr., state
Travis wide campaign chairman for Johnson,
complete prohibition and thorough ling a range of songsIn
said the President had reconfirmedthe
destruction" of nuclear weapons. several languages, and
-- Boca Raton and Orlando visits
Cambridge, a Dick Gregory like
It proposed, as a first step toward
comedian Is known Wednesday morning He said how
this, that nations pledge not to for his characterizations ,
use atomic weapons against each ANGEL FLIGHT members Karen Karl (left) and Marsha of persons In the head ever, he was till waiting on word

other. Costa, both Alpha Chi Omegas, "test the brew" for one lines. whether planned stops at Jacksonville -
Last tall The Four Preps and and Tampa would be cancelled.

Later State that Dean same Rusk day,In Secretaryof a tele- of several batches of cookies baked Monday night in the Della Reese were featured at the "Mr. Johnson may be forcedto

vision Interview said the Chinese Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house, to send to U.S. servicemen event. Ian and Sylvia and The curtail some of his planned
stops out of for the late
headed respect
Journeymen Spring Frolics
proposal was a "smokescreen. Photo Johnston
overseas. ( by Carolyn ) last year. President hoover," Fleming said.
Rusk said the proposal appeared
Fleming saidjohn.son'sjet J would
designed to counteract unfavorable
land in Fort Lauderdale Sunday
opinion, particularly in the neu
and the President would be met
tral world,against Chinese nuclear
ss Total
tests. Wears 0.000Five by Holland a group andGeorgeSmathtrs.Gov.Including Sens.Spessard

"We know from many signs that -- - -- r gr -
"arris Bryant and Reps Claude
they (the Red Chinese) are not thousand dollars was addedto mints of auxiliary funds of the The dm, with Its 119,000 goal Pepper; Dante Fasctll and Paul

seriously Interested in the Dollars for Scholars fund University and Is annually alloted this ytar, Is heading toward a Rogers.

disarmament," Rusk said. yesterday bringing the total to to student aid programs. week-long campus-wide campaign Johnson will fly by helicopterto

..,.!"."!."!.!".!-.!.!.!...!.!.........................'.............-..-.-..................-... $9,224, according to chairman Bill Other contributions yesterday during Dollars for Scholars Week, the Florida Atlantic University
""""""""""""""""""; -o:: :::
: :!: McBride. Included 9633 of proceeds from Oct. 31-Noy. 6th. campus at Boca Raton. lie will

i CAMPAIGN :f UF Ylce-Pres. Harry M. Phil- class ring sales at the Hub, anda participate in the dedication of the

I pott advised McBride of the depo- $100 donation from a faculty The Dollars for Scholars chairman new upper division collftand

1 1[ sit. The money comes from invers- member. emphasized that the program receive a degrtt

.r....- (SEE PAGE 8)) ..;...........'..'_..._..._..._......._......"_.."....".."....-..-_...-...:..............._.....-...-..:..-..-.:...."......-........-.....-.';...;.0.;..'...'..'.;.7...; Through an agreement with the could go long way towards making Johnson will stay in Orlando

r Ktrff-Jones Ring Co., 409 S.W. scholarship aid available to all Sunday night at the Chtrry-Plaza

U Humphrey Visit Doubtful \ 4th Ave., a percentage of the deserving students. Hottl! Fleming said, and speak

campus ring sales lOll to the included in yesterday's total art Monday at the Colonial Plaza shoo-

tiff A visit to UF by vice presidential candidate Hubert Humphrey x Dollars for Scholars fund. two contributions made Tuesday ping center.

:;: before the November elections Is highly doubtful, according to $ totalling $626.Dollars .

:::: Melvin L. Sharpe, administrative assistant. to Pres. J. Wayne :|:|:i Atlanta Braves ?
for Scholars is anotber
; "Sine Humphrey has already been In Florida, I doubt seriously name for a federal loan to land
: Ube will be able to come back," Sharp said :$ CHICAGOUPI-Tb Milwaukee JOHNSON
grant schools under which the U.S.Government .
i Humphrey visited Florida last Sunday. Braves Board of Directors
puts mot dollars
Both Tic and William Mllltr voted 128 ,TO ACCEPT
:: presidential candidates, Humphrey | Wednesday to for every one dollar raised by
:i were Invited to speak at the UF % ask permission from the Ma- students. This year's 119,000 goal lHD DEGREE
::+ Miller said be would not be able to squeeze a Gainesville visit % tlonal League to move to Atlanta
would return $UOOOO to aa
ry Into his campaign plans but Humphrey's acknowledgement Indicated & Ga., beginning with the eventually slf-perpetuating

..'' something might be worked opt,Sharp reported.ftSRRSMROA&g 1963 season. scholarship aid program.

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See What's in

........... .. .... .... ....... .. LcL News ;;.;..;:;:;:;:;:;:.:;:;: .::.:.:.:.:':: ,
I ::....................;..'......................:-.:....,. n US Briefs. :::::: : W K. *HV
:: .:::
.. ..
:: .. The Browse Shop

Blue Key Gargoyle Millet

::::' Applications for member- Gargoyle, honorary f ra- Dr. Richard D. Dresdner, ::: STRANGE STORY OF THE QUANTUM...Banesh Hoffman
:;::: ship In Florida Blue Key, 'ternity of architecture and fine UF associate professor of ::
:::: honorary leadership arts, Initiated seven pledges chemistry, will speak on "My ;:::
. .. .Albert
:: Jew" at Hlllel ;::: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. Mathiez
:: fraternity, now are available last night. Eastern Tin, pre- Faith as a
:::: at the Florida Union sident, said those admitted Foundation services, Friday ;:::
;:;: Information desk. Deadline from architecture were Bob night at 8. :.::.: MOMENT..E. M.
.:.: THE ETERNAL Forster
:: ..
:: for submitting the application Harris, Tom Cooper and John
:::: Is Nov. 6. Newlin; building construction, !!
Clifford Hammer; landscape PhilosophyDr. GASEOUS CONDUCTORS. . .. James Cobine
\..f ..
UF Golf architecture, Rob Smith and ..:....:..
:::: Brenny Ryan and Interior design -
:::: A film, "Instruction In Nancy Mitchel.Pharmacy. professor. Morris Storer, will present,humanities a- :::: MODERN SCULPTURE. .. .. .. Herbert Read
:::: Golf," featuring UF graduate
: paper, "A Science of Ethics? ::
::: Tommy Aaron and Frank
:;:: Beard will highlight a meeting tomorrow night at 8 InAnder- :::::::: CONRAD'S HEART OF DARKNESS & THE CRITICS
104 for a faculty
:::: of the UF Golf Associationat son colloquium. Graduate stu- :::: ...ed. by Bruce Hark ness
:: Mortar and Pestle, student
:: 7:30 Monday night In the ::
branch of the American dents also are invited to
:: Military Building library, ::::
:::: third floor. Pharmaceutical Association, attend. READER'S GUIDE TO W.B. YEATS..John Uterecker
Is sponsoring a picnic at Lake 1 1
1 Newman Club Wauburg for pharmacy
:::: students, their dates, and 11! TECHNICAL & REfERENCE
:::: The Catholic Student Center faculty members. TV Interview
:::: will listening! ::
sponsor a party ::
The is scheduled for
:::: Saturday, 2 p.m., for the Saturday picnic, 10 a.m. 2 p.m., Dr. Ralph E. Page,Arts and :::: PHYSICAL ACOUSTiCS. . . .. .Mason
:::; Alabama game. Everyone Is and will feature special sur- Sciences dean, will conduct a ::::
:::: welcome. prise events. Each person is telecast interview tomorrow :::: NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY & ITS APPLICATIONS
:: at 7, the WUFT-TV, :;:
:: Saturday night asked to donate 10 cents. night at 7:45 on
:: Newman Club Is offering a Channel 5. Dean Page will :::: Haissinsky
:::: hayride with hot dogs,marsh- Fall Picnic discuss the role of a liberal :::: C. R.C. STANDARD MATH TABLES
:::: mallows, hay and a full moon arts education In a scientific ::::
:::; for members, free, and the Hlllel Foundation will have world. ;
:::: public, 50 cents. Trans- Its annual fall picnic Sunday at Campus Shop & Bookstore
:::.; portation will leave from the Camp Wauburg from noon to ,.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:;:;:;:.:;:;:;:;:.:;:.:.:;m.
:: Student Center. 4 p.m. Cars will leave from :.
the foundation, 16 NW 18th St. ;::::
Cost for the lunch Is 50 ;;::: RAND OPENINGT
IFC Publicity cents (75 cents for nonmoms;s::
:- bers), and anyone with a car :;:::
:::::: ternity Members Council of the Publicity Inter-Fra- who will be able to take other \::: THURS., FRI. SAT., OCT. 22, 23, 24, 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
passengers is asked to contact j::
:::: Committee will meet today the Hlllel office. Because of :::: OF THE NEWER MORE MODERN
:::: in Florida Union Room 118 at brunch will :
the picnic, Sunday :;
::: 7:30 p.m. not be served. ::;

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Thursday, Oct. 22, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 3 t I I

Worried Over

Negro Voter Apathy Phi Kappa Psi ,


Negroes have been apathetic Rosenbaum stated that 85 per tancy of the civil rights movement. House HuntingThe
about politics due to a feeling of cent of the Negro vote has been "Despite the gains the Negro
futility, distrust of whites, and Democratic in recent years. has made, too many tend to see
from conditions arising out of poverty "Until 1928, Negroes were Republicans race in everything and shout foul
said Walter A. Rosebaum becuase the Republican too often, many are too self- newest of the Greek social fraternities, Is finding It difficult to
professor of political science at Party was responsible for freeingthe rightous and see only their side, get on-campus housing for its group because of administrative road-
the University PresbyterianCenter slaves," he said. "In 1932, impatience and demand for quicker blocks.
yesterday noon. He said the Negro allied himself with the action has caused many leaders to Dr. Harold C. Rlker, Director of Housing, is "not optimistic at this
this apathy was a prime source Democratic Party and helped become followers, movements are time" about fraternity living quarters on campus.
of worry among Negro leaders. create the New Deal coalition. too disorganized and aiming at too Greek social fraternity Phi Kappa PsI, formed just last month, has
"Many organizers have a tremendous "Better than 85 per cent of many goals, and there are too many placed a request 'with Campus Housing for on-campus group living
Job getting Negroes out to Negroes today vote Democratic, extremists (besides such groups as quarters during the 1963 Winter Trimester.Phi .
vote at all. This applies to those except in the South, where they the Black Muslems) advocating Psi President David C. Hague, 2UC, said he is hoping Campus
who are being openly intimidated, don't vote." violent action." Housing will allow the chapter to have adjacent rooms in a dormitory,
especially in small towns, and Another reason cited by Rosen "I feel that we are getting too possibly with an outside entrance, or use of one of Florida's old-age I
those who are not," Rosebaumsaid. baum for apathy by Negroes is their large a taste of unjustified militancy frames. i

effect on political campaigns. Rosenbaum said.Roses' Since nothing of this type has been done before, said Hiker,
"Negro support of a candidateis any arrangements would probably come at the last minute.
"I don't think a lot of Negroes the kiss of death," he said. The plan is now in the exploratory stage, according to Riker, with
want to vote,mainly those who have "It is interesting that Negroshave Opens.. the possibility that building N by the drill field or one of the frames by e
something to lose. For example, been asked not to
openly display Florida Player's production of the dairy science building may be used. I
Negro doctors,lawyers,and school LBJ buttons during the beginning "Red Roses for Me" will openat The Phi Psi chapter now has 11 members, Hague plus 10 pledges. \
teachers who would have to com- of his campaign." 7:30 tonight at Norman Hall. Hague said the chapter should expand to about 22 members by the I
pete with better trained whites If Rosenbaum mentioned several Winter Trimester.
The play will run Thursday,
they had total equality." reservations he has about the mill- Friday, and Saturday nights of this Most of the members live on-campus now and under dorm contract

week (Oct. 22,23and 24) and next tor next trimester.
week (Oct. 29, 30 and 31). Hague, who transferred from the University of West Virginia to : ,
Checkup BeginsAt Ticket reservations can be made colonlie the chapter, said It will move in a house off campus next
by phoning extention 2144. fall and onto Fraternity Row in about ten years.


White HouseWASHINGTON ST EJSTTS"WJtrt put your best !

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For your convenience, SINCE 1933 J
(UPI-Presi fill out new security clearance
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The forms are called "security :
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African statesmanand investigation data for sensitive t

Undersecretary of the UN position.",Applications of this type J
Department of Trusteeship for are sent to the FBI for inves DINNERWARE ''li
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Non SelfGoverning Nations tigation. .l l
Godfrey Amachree will speak tonight
at 8:15 In the University Jenkins-one of President \
Auditorium. Johnson's closest aides who had
Amachree, reportedly an arti- access to classified information- ( j jI
culate public speaker, will be resigned last Wednesday after dis- I jI i
talking tonight on his subject"The closure that be had been arrested r
New Africa." Tonight's program twice on morals charges.Sen. I laMohrtex f
is sponsored by the Florida Union
Forums Committee.The Barry M. Goldwater and
other GOP candidates have raised Q nyWh
high ranking UN
Secretary's responsibilities revolve questions about Jenkin's security ,, spertn 7 \\2k--
about the thorny problems of status. In 1958, Jenkins was given .----- ,
the newly-emerging nations of the what the Atomic Energy '- //f ''
world, but his chief emphasis has Commission calls "Q"
been always Africa. clearance, permitting access to
Amachree works closely with nuclear weapons secrets. At the
current UN Secretary-General U time, his boss, then Sen. Johnson,
Thant. was chairman of the Senate Pre-
paredness Committee.

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4, The Florida Alligator, Thursday, Oct. 22, 1964

"Are you sure you have the
likeness this time, Mr.: Holley?"

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Too Big For Britches? 1 "J 1"r

Nlklta Khrushchev Is gone and Soviet Russia has a new set of
leaders. Time nor the Kremlin waits for no man.
The reasons for Khrushchev's removal may never be fully
known by the outside world. The Communists are not the most IJ
talkative souls when It comes to their Internal politics.
But judging from recent beginning criticisms against the

former party leader, which began almost the day after he was

stripped of his power, Khrushchev's primary wrong-doing
seemed to stem from the fact he Just plain got too big for his

socialistic britches.
The other Red leaders decided to take him down a peg or two

I or three or four.
Coupled with the fact that Khrushchev was putting too much of
Khrushchev In his speeches was the falling of the little round

I man to achieve either of Russia's two primary goals. He had not

I appreciably eased economic problems at home nor hadhe allowed --- --

Russia to gain much ground In the world picture. APODOSIS * * 'ir*
He was forced to buy grain from Canada and the UJS. to feed
, the Russian ceople, Kennedy made him look like a cowardly clJ@OOlM @
" fool In the Cuban crisis, and the Chinese Communists were getting

i) uppity.In No Sweat Charlie'RICK * * * *
short, the Russian Communist Party was not having an easy
time of it. The announced hint that Red China had finally built
(ED. NOTE: Continuing with our policy of
Its first nuclear bomb possibly was the breaking point.
This change in Soviet leadership does not mean the slightest presenting the views of both the Goldwaterand
In tactics to about SCHUSTER Johnson camps, the following article Is
change or goals, according Just anybody you
talk to in the free world; and even most Russian leaders admit Columnist presented. There was no Goldwater article
I this. submitted this week.)
Once a time Alan Dinsmore said,
1 Personally, we didn't mind Russia's answer to the Jolly Green upon ,
"A student politician should pardon the In this first of a series of articles about
i Giant. We were fairly confident that he was fully aware of the you
the campaign we should examinethe
expression, Is like a cynic. If they want to stay presidential
( horrible holocaust an atomic war would bring. We felt he was
role fear is playing In the campaign.It .
happy they must learn not to take things too
\ not a mad man who would destroy the world with atom bombs seriously." Is noteworthy that when U.s. might is
\ if he could. We felt he demonstrated this in the Cuban crisis unquestioned around the world, Russia Included,
when a push of his finger could have meant the end of humanity.We .Americans are being warned of their
do not share this reserved confidence in the men who run .
Think about the profundity of that statement, weakness.And
Red China. We are not sure at all what they will do when their when the of oppressed peopleare
rights an
and you can understand the difference between the
bomb is perfected.We "third floor" of Florida Union and the basement being secured and the equality before the
hope the new leadership of Red Russia will lean closer to
the Constitution is being
where the Alligator Is .. law guaranteed by
<' -
Khrushchev's for atomic than China's somewhat
weapons located; the bird's eye view .. broadened, a great cry has gone up that the
questionable boastings. and worm's view. federal government is making a power grabto
I At least It's nice to see that the Soviet Union also has Its eye the These only two of
There times when suppress people.
i I political problems Just like the U.S. And of the two, we preferAmerica's Student Government are (SG) the most obvious examples of the Irony to be

way of "purging" its leaders. leaders take the whole thing Me found in this campaign.Of .
! Pulling a voting lever Is so much nicer than pulling a triiler.IIOllty entirely too seriously. course, contrasts and contradictions are

They not only do their Job, to be found in all campaigns. But it Isn't the
Charges" AgainOnce but at times defend it with contradiction that is most significant. It Is the

such zeal, I can't help but basis for these charges--the appeal.That appealis
; again gubernatorial candidate Charles Holley has brought get the Impression they fear.
his Durns. has charged What does not understand he fears.
\ charges against opponent Haydon Holley are covering up some sort someone ,
I that Burns is being investigated for civil fraud In connection of deep seated personal SCHUSTER This is almost Instinctual. Most Americans

I with allegedly improper Income tax returns. Insecurity. know little about Communism--lts aims, its

I Remembering the results of Holley's last charge concerning strengths, its weaknesses, Its successes and
I the alleged Bahama bank account, we hope that Holley has its failures. We are Inclined to fear It. Thereis

j substantial proof this time before making his attack. I submit that people should be more like much to fear about Communism and Com-
We are not against throwing light on dealings of any candidate Charlie. Charlie Is the embodiment of "The munists. But they are not superhumannorare

for any public office. We are not against the truth. But we cringeat Happy Cynic." He is not only a tapee of we dupes. But certain frightened leadersin

any attempt by either party to use false accusations to muddythe Original Orange On Campus Key (OOOCK), this country are trying to whip the populaceinto
waters and thereby hide real Issues. a state of hysteria.
but he has his own fan club. Shy and sensitive,
talented and intelligent, nothing bothers Charlie. They may be recognized by their insistencethat

The FloridaALLIGATOR He will only ever "care" slightly, but never the Communists are winning on all fronts,
that American might Is waning and that Com-
sweat. And when he cares, it Is more often ,
; out of the fun of trying to perfect than a matter munists are infiltrating every facet of life
[ of principle. Were he any less Intelligent he (Your Fuller Brush man might be one.) Also

would have made a marvelous politician,because characteristic is that they seldom offer policy

Served by United Press International nobody would ever really know where he stood. of resistance--only a sermon of fear.
However, Charlie has more sense then to get One finds much the same thing in the area
of civil rights. The opposition has, to adaptto
Editor., . . . . . . .Walker Lundy into the political rat race.It .
public opinion, refrained from attacking the
Managing Editor. . . . . . Jcwl Gaston
movement on moral questions. Instead, it has
Executive Editor. : . . . . .Ron Spencer
is this ability to fulfill the commandment, turned to a position of Constitutional defense--
I Assistant Managing Editor. . . . Nancy Brachey "
"Thou Shalt Not Sweat, that got Charlie claiming that the law extends the power of the
Assistant Managing Editor. . . J3a\e Berkowitz
his OOOCK. Other outstanding tapees are Dave federal government and weakens the rights of the
Editorial Pap Editor. . . . . .Ed Barber
Berkowitz, mild mannered Alligator assistant states. They do tot talk of the rights of people.
Sports Editor. . . . . . Glenn Laney
managing editor; Bob Shipman, water And they have yet to show where the federal
City Editor. '. . . . . .Skip Haviser Alan
pipe smoking prophet; and Armstrong. government is attempting to abolish the statesor
Campus Living Editor. . . . Jackie Cornelius of
officials failed to
While OOOCK state the oppress the people. It is an argument
reasons for Armstrong's tapping,I here publicly four. I
Editorial Assistants .. Bruce To\a Jim
Dudley Levine
deny it was merely because he Is my roommate.Two Only a fool underestimates his opposition;
Casttllo, Ann Carter, Don Federman, Donita Mathlson, Sam
we should not and are not underrating Russ1.A I
Unman, Ernie Litz (Circulation Manager), Stan KulpCartoonist( ). overly
man should not have his rights
restricted simply to benefit a select few; but
Reporters .. Patti Pita (Student Government Beat Chief), members of SG have been secretly i
since the passage of the Civil Rights
Joe KolUn, Bob Golub,Joe Waldorf Sharon Kelley, Yvette Cardozo. tapped into OOOCK for their ability not sweat our personal lives have not undergone great
Eunice Tall, Frank Shepard Lee Alexander. Agnes Fogies Fran life. However, due to political Implication,their
change. How, then, one might ask, are these
Bill Sadowski Marjorie Green Evan names must be kept secret.It .
Snider, Thelma Moss man. alarmists able to confuse and frighten the
Langbeln, David Kennedy, Marilyn Bricklin Liz erGretchen American people? It is by Appealing to man's
VandenB rc, David Ropes, Terry Rogers, Susie Halback. Joan ancient enemies--fear and ignorance.
Gaston, Pam Brown, Jeffrey Denkewalter, Dick Dennis, Beverly is sad that so few people in SG are even On Nov. 3 the people will have a choice not
Faber, Dick Schneider, Greg Seltz, Bunny Goldberg Kathl Bliney eligible. Perhaps when they learn to live easily an echo. That choice is between two govern

Sue Dobble,Ami bapersteui ouzl Hirsch. witn the block seating issue, certain columnists ments. A government that doesn't claim to have
(myself not Included) who shall re main unnamed, all the answers all A the time but is constantly
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR la the official student newspaperof criticism of the Honor System, and criticism seeking better methods; and a government thatis
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly over elections, they can get into OOOCK. In motivated through fear and misunderstandingfear
except during May, June and July when It is published semi- the meantime they are no better off then the .- of Communism misunderstanding

wt kly. Only editorials represent the official opinion of The cynics who really are nihilists; who buy of human problems, and fear of government
Alligator Columns represent oily the opinions of their authors. Beethoven seat shirts for the express purposeof Itself. The choice is between a pragmatic and

The Alllfator Is entered as second class matter at the l"nUt;! not wearing them. hopeful leader and a man who is running

States Post Office at Gainesville. afraid.Page .



Thursday, Oct. 22, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 5 ""'

I Ford's LetterEDITOR Viet Nam He Offers IdeaEDITOR

: :

J. W. Ford's letter of Wednesday, Oct. 14 Goldwater would place primary reliance for Gators, I have a feeling that we have not
Is a typical Gold water Ism. It starts out his "win" policy In Viet Nam on military yet seen the last of Dora. If my memory (

lambasting the Alligator for haying the guts to means--I would) tell the military commandersIt serves me well, we did not attend classes

take a stand In the presidential campaign. ThisIs was their problem and to get on with solving Thursday, September 10. On that day the winds
a contradiction of Goldwater's ".
professed blew and the rains came, and lo and behold,
principles of a strong stand
on Issues. The What he In his naivete does not realize Is Tlgert passed down THE WORDI! No classes
Alligator has been unbiased In Its
coverage of that the war In Viet Nam Is not primarily a today!
the campaigns and In no way Indicated a preference ..
military one It Is political! If It were primarily
within a non-editorial
article.Mr. .
Ford then military, how could the out-gunned, and out- Ah ha! But the Trimonster has not taken '.'
Implies that
a Johnson
administration aids the manned Viet Cong have survived this long, kindly to this. In his limestone cavern forty-two t.
spread of communismas ,
he again Implies later In the letter. These much less grow? hundred feet below Tlgert he Is probably In ;

baseless assumptions are truly "In the He falls to realize that as long as the a violent rage. "They missed a dayof classes!"

mainstream of Goldwater thinking." ordinary peasant' doesn't actively support the He roars, "Gross Injustice! Blasphemy and
Vietnamese government and the US, the war sacrilege! Hell-fire and damnation!
will never be won. By and large, the Viet Cong .
The letter then states that our relative nuclear are native to the province in which they fight, M
Is This Is Meanwhile our sissy (pardon me, "Sister")
strength slipping. a typically Gold- and are neighbor and kin to those whom they
water broad and vague statement.Refuting sucha university somewhere to the northwest attended
terrorize. If the peasant doesn't believe In his
classes on Monday, September 7 we did not. ,
statement Is
broad a task because of government, what is to induce him to supportthe '
They held classes on the tenth we did not. 11'
the many facets of our defense system and the government troops Instead of his terrorist
lack of any particular grievances. But as I neighbors who may kill him If he doesn't They are scheduled for classes Saturday
November 7 In order to "make up" for the
read on, It became apparent that refutation cooperate?
would be unnecessary because of the usual Friday following Thanksgiving. We are not
Mao Tse-tung said, "Guerillas are as fish, scheduled for the Thanksgiving
Friday nor havewe
Goldwater self-contradiction. The letter states
ind the people the sea In which they live." been told of
any plans for a "makeup"day.
"The communists recognize that no one can wina
Mao may be our enemy, but even enemies can This U
entirely too to
nuclear Could this that good be true.I .
war. mean maybeour
often speak the truth. Turn the sea Into a hostile have a feeling the Trtmonster's
defenses are sufficient after all? righteous
environment for the fish, and the fish die. Indignation will Influence
Mr. Ford seems to think that we have lost Tlgert to again hand
Military needs are Important,as was reflected: down (moment of reverent
our allies (let's Just suppose, for a moment) by Johnson's recent appointment of two co-
I fear we be Informed
may that classes will
because of lack of respect due to weakness.The .
ambassadors to Viet Nam--one
military man be held
on Friday November
27. Then the
fact remains that Is
Europe strongly opposedto
and one for political affairs.
Trimonster will be able to
go back to sleep.
Goldwater's election. Another bubble burst.
But It is the political side which Is more

important. The function of the military is to ,
The letter then goes on to say that we are take and hold ground long enough for the people I offer, an Idea. "Fiddle," the Trimonstersays

evolving toward communism. "In your heart, therein to believe that Communism does not "Who Is he, a lowly (ugh) student, to 1
you know that" this Is iidiculous. Erroneous live up to Its Utopian promises and Is not for 'Abe 10 presumptuous! An idea, indeed!" Never- ,:.

statements like this, are not sturdy oaks, but them. the less here I stand, looking Tlgert and

flimsy Birches. It Is a fact that Russia Is Primary emphasis on the military aspects Trimonster 'In the eyes, offering an Idea.

incorporating capitalistic devices In their could well lead to another Dien Bien Phu, Saturday, November 14, we have no football
economy, just as we are using socialist (not for military operations take and hold land-- game. (Now there are fifteen thousand students
to be confused with communist) devices. If political actions take and hold minds. mad at me.) If we are to be required to makeup

Mr. Goldwater does not like these devices Which do you want--dirt or people? a day of classes, then I suggest that the

(such as the farm program which Is admittedlya Dispatch to THE NEW YORK TIMES, July Issue be submitted to the decision of the

mess) let him propose alternatives. Anyonecan 9, 1964. students as to whether or not a Thursday
"shoot from the hip" and blindly criticize schedule of classes can be held Saturday,

programs that are not perfection. Eut to pro- Burin Kantabutra November 14, or the Thanksgiving Friday.

pose replacements for these programs, Is 4BA from ThailandThe With all due respect to the administration,
helpful and constructive criticism. GoldwaterIs I also suggest that the Issue be decided well

Just rial" "agin It." In advance, like this week. Come on, now,

Alligator gladly accepts letters- Tlgert, tell us something!

As I waded through the emotional, "And your to-the-editor from all students and
children': freedom;" the end of the letter was Interested non-students In the UF Jim Williams, 3AS
reached with Mr. Ford and Mr. Goldwater community. All we ask Is that all lettersbe a dr

walking hand In hand Into the sunset (and Into signed and that a telephone numberbe ..".., ., .,
euphoria), 'Barrying' Nikita." Included, so that letters may be :i.I

In closing, I would like to apologize for verified If some question should arise. .
ruining Au H20 CN's" moto (In your heart you Names will not be withheld on letters- i\t: T

know he Is right). May I suggest a replacement? to-the-editor unless sufficient reason Is <

"Ssergorp Is our most Important product." given.received The anonymously.Alligator will not print letters 'Like To Clarify':\ t.'

Weinstein 2UC .;. j,
Harry l:. I .<'.
--- ----- ;

Writer Fails To Demonstrate Logic'EDITOR EDITOR:

I would like to clarity a few points L

concerning last weekend's Homecoming dance.

: 2. Is it logical to assume that one memberof You stated that "the whole project was blessed E
FBK speaks for all members of FBK? with insufficient planning." This Is true. The

The Alligator editorial of Friday, Oct. 9 Particularly when that one member Is not Men's Interhall Council, the organization 't

claims ". .to point out a problem logically." even a responsible officer of FBK. responsible for there being any dance at all,
The writer's present tone certainly fails to 3. If it logical that some members of SG Is a very recently formed group. I believe
demonstrate this claim to "logical"approach.A and FBK do agree with the Alligator on this that It received Us charter froth Leg. Council t

specific disagreement between two particular Issue? Or did you bother to ask Sept. 29. It was then told that If It didn't put

Individuals concerning who Is at "fault" for all of them before you indicted them all? on the dance there just wouldn't be orw. Againstthe L:1
the failure of ratification of four amendmentsto 4. Is it possible for "apathy" etc. .tc. advice of the Council's advisor the Council

the Student Body Constitution Is rapidlyand to exist, to some extent, some time In any decided to proceed with the plans for the dance.
"logically" converted into a missive Issue -..- even In the Alligator? Perhaps Leg. Council approved OO.OO for the danceon r
crusade to "retaliate" against the Alligator SG and the Alligator should. .look under the night of October 0. It was held the night

editor because ". .the keys to our office are their own rug?" of the 17th.It .
not blue." The sensationalism of the article Is a Was the Alligator a bit apathetic about had been planned as a Homecoming Ball S

apparent. However, the "logic" Is somewhat the Honor Court Amendments? to be held In the Gym but the administration
evasive! b. Is Student Government a bit apathetic involved (?) couldn't see their way clear to

The newspaper editor was described as about your football seating proposal? allow a student dance there. Let's rememberthat

"Irresponsible," "incompetent" and 5. If It reasonable that a great collegiate any student government activity U restrictedby

"apathetic" by one Individual In the context of newspaper should be responsible for gathering the framework set up by the administrationand
a specific disagreement over "fault." at least, most of the facts (Items 1, 2 and 3 to realize any "worth-while project" we

From this factual situation, the editorial writer above, as a minimum) prior to Indulging a have to work within It.
concludes that this is an effort by Student "license" that ". .attacks on the It Is in this context that I take exception
Government (SG) and Florida Blue Key (FBK) Alligator seem to be more an effort to retaliate?'' to your statement that "the affair was not a

to "retaliate" on the Alligator Staff (AS). <6.< Do Inappropriate remarks by one Individual success." Perhaps we who are closer to the
Perhaps AS should re-examine the C-41 call for likewise Inappropriate journalistic problem are too optimistic. WE thought thata
textbook In conjunction with the editorial"logic"of ridicule of everyone and everything on the turnout of between three and four thousand

the past weeks. There may be some merit University Campus? was quit gratifying. It was almost u good -
In the following items when the re-examination It SHIM that as members of the Student u a favorable word or two from you would
Is completed. Body, we are entitled to..less "logic" and more have been

!. Is It logical to attribute the remarks thinking---based on fact---PLEASE!

of 01* individual to all of SG when in fad the John Hume
speaker is bead of the judicial brand only? A. L. MePtak Sec of Men's AffairsLeTTtR


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Thursday, Oct. 22, 1964, The Florida Alligator, Page 7BRUCE

Jimmy Carnes Named


o O ee I New Florida Track Coach

am pleased that Coach carnes Coach Hobe Hooser,an administrative -
coach our staff," said Graves. assistant, will assist
been Is recognized as one of the Carnes In his track recruiting
at the young track coaches program. Other track assistantswill

DUDLEY Deep South. His hiring is be named at a later date.
step toward carrying out Graves also announced further
Assistant Sports EditorIt
for upgrading: our track changes la the internal structureof
." the Division of Intercollegiate
can be done. But can it be'done twice in a row?
and times."I who will be the first Athletics. Perry Moon has been
This will be the question facing the Florida football team when
School time track coach in Florida moved from Assistant Basketball
leave for Tuscaloosa tomorrow.
ey time will Join the Gator athletic Coach and Administrative
Last year the Gators became the first team to ever beat a Paul
In in December. Assistant to the Director of
(Bear) Bryant team on their home field, and now they want to become
believe Carnes will do much Athletics.Graves indicated Moore
he only team to ever beat a Bryant team twice on their home field.
the development eta well would be assigned additional
Florida's 10-6 victory last year was the first defeat at home for "
spring sport program. administrative duties. ..
>ach Bryant since the ex-Alabama player came back to his Alma
Moore the
the added.JOHN Replacing on
ater as three basketball staff will be Jim

It was homecoming too. McCathern, who will assume the

It's homecoming again, and Gator fans are wishing for a rerun ETT-- i position of Assistant Varsity Coach
f last year's win. Only Alabama stands in the way and that'senough under Head Coach Norm Sloan.
their toes.It "We will miss Coach Moore In
to keep anybody on )
will be more than a football game Saturday. It will be a war. our basketball program and appreciate -
jit will be the biggest test the Gators have faced yet. the outstanding work
he's done said Sloan."However
Certainly both teams have the potential and the personnel to wine t ,
he will be valuable to the
game. The deciding factor will be who wants to win the most. more
bAM overall athletic program in his

However, the Gators will have to keep up their almost flawless new position."
all If they're going to upset the Tide twice in a row. One mistake
[against Alabama could easily be the end of the Gators' undefeated

season. wA
The one thing the Gators have going for them is the knowledgethat
[ Alabama can be beaten in Tuscaloosa, and they can be beatenat n tw
homecoming in Tuscaloosa.

Bryant might have been better off if he had requested the Tide 7QCLASSICS
I play a different team for homecoming. The Alabama alumni might _

[get tired of watching the Tide getting beat by Florida.
Bryant will be thinking about this when he sends his team on the
I field too, and he wouldn't want another homecoming spoiled. He will

|have his team up. in Hi-bulk
Florida and Alabama's defensive units are equal, Florida's quarter- 41 *
backs Tom Shannon and Steve Spurrier are as good as Joe Namathand -- --- --

Steve Sloan. In fact the Southeastern opponents are about equalat FEIBER makes tough yardage against Gamecocks
every position so desire and hustle will make the difference.This .
Is why Florida will win. Spirit is the extra punch that the Gator
I team has this year, and It should bring them home from Tuscaloosa Showdown On TapFlorida's

| with a victory.It .
won't be easy But it will be done twice in a row.

unbeaten Gators, Florida's backs have run wan
heading for a showdown with the reckless abandon and given the

Gators Need 2 Touchdowns nation's No. 2 football team in second effort which makes the
Tuscaloosa Saturday, will betaking difference between winning and

the best offense of the Ray losliur.
Graves' era with them. Last, but certainly not least In
U Florida scores two touchdowns capitalizes on the mistakes of For the first time since Graves Graves' book, Is the lonesomeend
aturday they will be able to beat their opponents." took over at FlorHa and brought offense with Charles Caseyas
labama, according to Coach Ray Jack Harper missed his third Pepper Rodgers with him as head the prime pass target. Casey cA
raves. day of practice yesterday and offensive coach the Caters are has caught 23 passes for 322

"The team realizes what they Graves said he wasn't too sure averaging over 300 yards of total yards and tour TDs and has the

|re up against and I can guar- of Harper's chances of playing offense per contest. With 178.0 moves and hands only the great
ntee they are going to come up Saturday. However, Graves did say rushing and 125.2 passing it comes receivers have. d
1th another effort like the one he hoped Harper would be backto out to 303.2 yards every game.
"Wt believe. can throw the
galnst Mississippi. I am sure we practice tomorrow. "I believe the game with "
lll get the best effort from every- Alabama Saturday will be a ball to Cue'l&atnshnyd.fens.,
"And we'll make the
** ," Graves said yesterday. Also doubtful for the Alabama defensive game," says Graves, says
"One thing we can't do," said game is tight end Gary Thomas. "but we have just been over- defense prove to" us we can't before
;raves, "is make mistakes. Graves said Thomas was a borderline whelmed by our showing offense we quit trying.
Florida Is working in secret
labama isn't the type of teamou case.Injuries thus far."
can give a cheap touchdown to Dick Kirk and Jack Yards gained was not the only this week with even the press

"" then hope to recover from It.ey Card have healed and both boys pleasing statistic for Graves. excluded. The Caters leave for
are an agresslve team which should be able to go full speed. Florida has scored 107 points In Tuscaloosa Friday night at 8:00
posting a 4-0 record, an averageof p.m. following, s final workout in

26.8 per game and have made Gainesville.

few mistakes, losing only two

I BANG fumbles Intercepted and with having none five of passes these mooean

coming in any spot where the Shoe Repair Shop

Our Problem's Gone--- game's outcome was Influenced.
HEELS ATTACHED Boasting the texture of fine wool

And So Are Y oulll!!! last South week Carolina with Florida picked going oft threw to a 5 Mlns. the -and broad washable subject of, too-sweatersis

37-0 victory and throwing the ball
'I'd around in a fashion dictated only SOLES ATTACHED brilliantly defined in our
drop a low-yield atomic bomb en
by being way out front. collection of Brentwood Hi bulk

the Chinese supply lines in North Viet Nam.1 Graves credits many sources 15 Mlns. Orion Classics.; See cardigans

BARRY COIDWATER for the outstanding offensive and pullovers in patterns
production. First of all, as all and designs for every whim and ...
Quoted In NEWSWEEK know, the key to
May 20, 1963 the football offense expert is blocking In the lino At Two Locations fancy A big selection?

You said it.
and Florida has gotten excellent
blocking from Coach Ed KensUr CAROLYN PLAZA Now see it. Here.Jit'l1'S.
THINK and VOTEJOHNSON troops. FR60315And

No offense moves unless the
for quarterbacks are effective and thus 101 N. Main St. '

tar the Gators' "SS Troops" of Opp. 1st Not'l Bank
Tom Shannon and Steve Spurrier
and HUMPHREY have been superior la every FR6-5211

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H Burns Says Opponent


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qualified Candidate

JACKSONVILLE-(UPI) Mayor record or my opponent's lack of smoke screen tactics were raisedto PROTECTION

Haydon Burns, the Democratic one." cover up Mr. Holley's own

candidate for governor, attacked: Rep. Charles Holley, the Republican failures to represent properly the
his Republican opponent's record, nominee, accused Burns people of his own county who sent
on education yesterday and said Tuesday of being under Investigation him to the legislature the last PRESTONfANTIFREEZE
he was not qualified for the state's In connection with unpaid Income two terms," he said.

top position"either background, taxes and the Jacksonville The Jacksonville mayor said
training or temperament." mayor responded that Holley was Holley has tailed to vote on final
Burns said In a statement Issued "a liar, a cheat and a fraud." passage of 419 general laws sincehe
at City Hall he did not Intend to Burns said yesterday that has been in the legislature and
engage in name-calling but would Holley's charges were a smoke that he missed 313 of the roll with its E 1a4lVeMAGNETIC
base his campaign "on either my screen. "I suspect that the recent calls in the 1963 session.

Burns) added that Holley cast

PRESIDENTIAL RACE the only vote against ounty schools FILM

operating educational television,
w. Prevents FREEZE-UP
voted against an additional Sunland
Training Center for retarded '> : r-.--' ..protects against engine
LBJ Goldwater
i libraries.children and against state aid for \ OVERHEATING due to-rust!


i Trade Charges Filled Up ONLY $1.77

G: i ,C,.. 'MU, ,R p: 'Y' ("0.' '
Since 63
(U PI)-Pre side nt Johnson PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Repub-
campaigned in the Midwest yes- lican presidential candidate Barry CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTERN.W.
Homecoming and Gator football 6th St. & Univ. Ave.
terday with a sharp foreign policy Goldwater campaigned in the city
have had a positive effecton
attack on Sen. Barry M. Gold- and suburbs here yesterday,prais- games
the motel and restaurant
water and condemnation of poli- ing the character and service of
business in Gainesville.
tical "mudsllnglng." former Pres. Herbert Hoover and
Alan Lederman, president of the
t On a jet-speed one-day swing declaring that Johnson administration -
Alachua County Restaurant Association -
through Ohio, Missouri and 1111nols policies have strengthened the
said restaurant business
Johnson took time out for Communists.
i Increased 30 per cent during CAREERS IN I STEEL
,a call on former Pres. Harry
Homecoming weekend and at some
S. Truman at Research Hospital Keying his praise for the late
places people were waiting in line
In Kansas City, Mo. Truman broke'twb Mr. Hoover to his campaign
to get In.
ribs and cut his foreheadIn themes, the senator said Hoover -
Bill Mitchell, executive vice
a bathroom fall eight days "never had the slightest bit of "
president of the Gainesville Cham-
ago. scandal associated with him In his
entire life." ber of Commerce, said the number B r EM
of private rooms rented over ,
Homecoming weekend Increased
\ Johnson 10 per cent.However. "-- -

GoldwaterGoldwater there's another side to

} the story. Our representative will be on campus
Johnson laid down a 10-point program Bernard Datz, Merchants' Divi-

t Wednesday night which Tie also credited the for- sion Chairman of the Chamberof

i said would defeat communism mer president with making a state- Commerce, said retailbusinessfalls NOVEMBER 19to
d "without the cataclysmic destruc- ment which he has used often off during all football week-
tion of the civilized world." during his campaign: ends and especially during Home
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