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Sen. Johnson
To Be Here
SEE BELOW

Volume 53, No. 8

Senate Enforces
Two Point Rules
For Campus Posts
By LOU FERRIS
Gator Staff Writer
Poop-sheet propoganda will now sport a 2.0 average
as a basic requirement for office.
In a memorandum to all heads of student organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, Dean of Student Affairs Lester Hale stated that a
1958 amendment by the University Senate prohibits par participation
ticipation participation in extra-curricular activities by any student
"on probation for unsatisfactory academic work or con-

duct. s
It is fdt that this regulation
will protect students from failing
to meet the necessary academic
requirements, Hale said, since
participation in time consuming
extra curriculars is entirely too
demanding of a student under
pressure to meet the requirements
of his probation.
Two Reasons Given
The dean gave two reasons why
the 1958 dictum had not been ef effective
fective effective until this year.
It was not feasible to enforce
the 1958 ruling in that the aca academic
demic academic level was only 1.5, prior to
last fall, consequently a 2.0 rule
would have affected few stu students,,
dents,, students,, Dean Hale said, and
the rule was a part of the con concerted
certed concerted effort to raise the gene general
ral general academic level this year.
The regulation, considered effec effective
tive effective October 5, 1960, will not be re retrocative
trocative retrocative and may not affect in individuals
dividuals individuals currently running for
any office.
Dean Hale reported that, in the
case of those people presently run running
ning running for office, the criteria for
judgment of eligibility wiH probab probably
ly probably be the amount of time transpir transpired
ed transpired between the initial preparations
for candidacy and the effective
date of the regulation.
Hale Will Enforce
The amended regulations furth further
er further state that the Dean of Student
Affairs shall see that the intent of
the rule will be carried out. The
register, the rule continues, will
provide for this purpose a list of
the students currently on probation
for any given semester.

Frolics To Get Mystic
Staton, Spivak Trumpet

By ELEANOR YEAGER
Gator Staff Writer
Mystic vocal stylings of Dakota
Staton and 'the Man Who Plays
the Sweetest Trumpet in the
World Charlie Spivak will
highlight Fall Frolics festivities
this weekend.
Frolics is sponsored annually by
the Inter fraternity Council. A
collegiate theme is being used
this year. Dancing will be from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday and 8 to 12
p.m. Saturday in the Florida Gym Gym.nasium.
.nasium. Gym.nasium.
Independent Tickets
Tickets for Independents will be
on sale this week from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. at the Student Information
Center across from the Hub at
four dollars per couple. This
amount is 50 cents less than the
price of last years admission.
A limited number of tickets
will be available at the door
each night. Independents may
go either night.
Fraternity men may obtain
their tickets through their respec respective
tive respective fraternity houses.
Best Frolics Yet*
Frolics chairman Morris Proen Proenza
za Proenza said, This year, Frolics will
be geared more to the students in interests,
terests, interests, and advance a. a
from the students about the week weekend
end weekend and the performers proves
( that it will be the best Frolics
yet.
More money is being on
decorations this year |an ever
before, said decorations chair chairman
man chairman Milo Larimer. Gymna Gymnasium
sium Gymnasium will be completely trans transformed
formed transformed into a professional type
effect including parachutes con concealing
cealing concealing the ceiling with colored
lights highlighting them.
Dakota Staton will feature her
distinctive vocal stylings, with an
unusual misty quality. In each per performance

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When this list is completed it
will be forwarded to the heads of
all the UF colleges and depart departments,
ments, departments, I would like to make it
very clear that this list will not
be for public consumption and
is not meant to black-ball any
student the list will be a pri private
vate private list available to very few
people, said Dean Hale.
In the memorandum the dean
pointed out that the University not
only has the responsibility for all
enrolled students but also for all
organizations granted characters
by the University or directly spon sponsored
sored sponsored or directed by branches of
the UF.
These groups are extra to the
curriculum of the UF but are a
part of the University community
and reflect and represent such.
This regulation, therefore, ap applies
plies applies to all students and to all such
organizations or self-governing bo bodies,
dies, bodies, said Dean Hale.

Senator LBJ And Company
To Speak for Demo Slate

Senator George A. Smathers to today
day today announced that Democratic
vice-presidential candidate Lyndon
B. Johnson, his wife Lady Bird,
and a host of political leaders
will be in Gainesville Wednesday
morning. 3

formance performance the Staton sound creates
nevy meaning for familiar lyrics.
Some of her albums are, Late,
Late Show, In the Night, Dy Dynamic.
namic. Dynamic. Crazy He Calls Me,
Time To Swing, and More
Than The Most.
Spivak Orchestra
Charlie Spivak and his orchestra
will provide the dance sounds. He
has made many personal appear appearances
ances appearances around the country in addi addition
tion addition to appearing in two motion
pictures, Pin-Up Girl and Fol Follow
low Follow the Girls. His billing is The
Man Who Plays the Sweetest
Trumpet in the World.
Other notches in his musical belt
are a block of box-office records
created at such places as the Par Paramount
amount Paramount in New York, The Hotel
Statler in New York and the Pall Palladium
adium Palladium in Hollywood.
GOP Demos
Prepare for
Nixon-cade
Plans for a Nixon cade to
Jacksonville to greet Vice Presi President
dent President Richard M. Nixon when he
arrives Oct. 18, were announced
Sunday by Charley Wells, Young
Democrats for Nixon chairman.
It is our desire to let Vice
President Nixon and the people of
the state of Florida know that the
GOP presidential ticket has enth enthusiastic
usiastic enthusiastic backing on the UF cam campus,
pus, campus, Wells said.
All students interested in parti participating
cipating participating in the motorcade should
contact Dick Herrick at the Phi
Kappa Tau house. Wells said.
Further plans for the motorcade
will be announced in Fridays Al Alligator.
ligator. Alligator.

Due to space limitations, the fifth installment of a ]
speech delivered by Dean of Student Affairs Lester L. 1
Hale at the Presidents* Retreat, September 10, will not f
appear in Tuesday*s Alligator. It has been decided by the I
Alligator editorial staff that the next part of Dean j
Hale*s series will appear in a future edition of the Alii- ]
gator. Alligator readers are urged to watch for the fifth |
installment. S.
THE EDITORS

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XJNITED FUND UP
Celia Calloway, IUC,
Kappa Delta advertising
- major from Atlanta, Ga.,
makes the United Fund
contribution thermometer
rise. The Alachua County
United Fund drive is cur currently
rently currently under way. Contri Contributions
butions Contributions will aid local
charities in their varied
projects.

Smathers, who will accompany
the Senate majority leader, said
Johnson wall speak at 10:30 in
downtown Gainesville on the
square.
The campaign entourage is fly
ing in to Gainesville airport at
about 10:15 from Jacksonville, and
will proceed from here to Orlando
in time for a noon luncheon.
Students for Kennedy-Johnson
chairman Jon Jonson announc announced
ed announced that all students wishing
to participate in a motorcade
to the airport to great Senator
Johnson and his wife should as assemble
semble assemble in front of the Kappa
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Larceny Charge,
Discipline Group
Face Students
Five UF students, arrested on
grand larceny charges Thursday,
face action by a faculty disciplin disciplinary
ary disciplinary committee this week for al allegedly
legedly allegedly stealing furniture from two
mens dorms.
The students are Robert Arnold
Crews, Deerfield Beach; John
Hesmer, Homestead; Morris Pro Proenza,
enza, Proenza, Miami; Earl William Stark,
Miami, currently free on SI,OOO
bond each.
Officer Gene Watson of the
campus police investigated the
case, the students allegedly have
stolen furniture valued between
S2OO and S3OO from Hume and
Weaver Halls in ti4 J predawn
hours Thursday, to furnish a house
they had rented.
Met With Adams
Dean of Men Frank Adams held
a preliminary interview with the
five on Friday. He said he called
the group together to become bet better
ter better acquainted with them and ad advise
vise advise them of the various directions
faculty discipline may take.
Dean Adams said the disciplin disciplinary
ary disciplinary committee will probably meet
this week and make recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations to UF President J. Wayne
Reitz.
Disciplinary Action
University disciplinary action
will not hinge on the outcome of
the case in Circuit Court. Adams
said it will be up to the commit committee
tee committee to determine whether the five
are guilty of conduct unbecoming
a university student.

University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, October 11, 1960

Fund Seeks
UF Student
Supporters
Married Gators
Start Drive Mon.
The United Fund campus
drive began Monday with
canvassing in the married
students* housing areas.
More than 800 residents
of the five UF villages were
contacted by 45 workers
seeking cash donations be between
tween between 7 and 9 last night.
The major student campaign
will take place tomorrow. Plans
are for a four-part system of col collection.
lection. collection.
Mac Melvin, head of the mens
residence committee, will super supervise
vise supervise an intensive drive covering
the campus dormitory and class classroom
room classroom areas.
During the ten-minute class
breaks, teams of girls will make
collections from convertibles and
on foot between 8:40 a. m. and
1:10 p. m..
In the evening donations will
be sought in the dormitories and
main cafeteria.
Sorority and fraternity ca m mpaigns
paigns mpaigns will operate independent independently
ly independently from the other student groups.

Alpha house 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.
A bevy of dignitaries, including
Democratic National Oommittee Oommitteewoman
woman Oommitteewoman Mary Cox, and scores
of newspapermen, photographers,
and cameramen are accompany accompanying
ing accompanying Johnson or his two-day foray
into the Sunshine State.
Other major appearances are
scheduled by Johnson at Miami,
Tampa and St. Petersburg.
Johnson has been majority
leader of the United States Senate
for the past six years. He has
been in the Senate a total of 12
years, and served previously for
12 years in the House.
The Texas Democrat has two
teen-age daughters. He received
the second largest bloc of votes at
the Democratic National Conven Convention
tion Convention in Los Angeles this summer.
LBJ Welcome Planned
All Students for Kennedy-
Johnson and others interested
ill the Johnson arrival tomorrow
are urged to meet for an import important
ant important session this afternoon at 3
p.m. in the Florida Union.
Frosh Campaign
For WSA Office
Freshmen girls wall vote on their
Womens Student Association re representative
presentative representative Tuesday, Oct. 11,
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. in their re respective
spective respective dormitories.
Nominated for this office are:
Paulette Fredrick, Terry Nugent,
Toby Ulman, and Peggy Weber.
The girls were selected by the
_WSA officers on the basis of their
high school activities.

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Big Three of Homecoming 6O have
their heads together checking plans for
the week-end of Nov. 11-12. Fran loft

Honor Court Institutes
Attorney General Plan

By DICK HEBERT
Gator Managing Editor
New rules of procedure were
adopted last week in order to
bring the Honor Court up to
date, Chancellor Gavin OBrien
recently announced.
Embodied in the exten s i v e
changes was the creation of a
new post attorney general
-- and the appointment Os Thom
Rumberger, senior law student
to that post.
To Investigate
It was explained that the attor attorney
ney attorney general would carry on all
pre-trial investigations and con conferences
ferences conferences which were formerly
handled by the court justices.
A statement issued by OBrien
stipulated that the new official
shall, at all time, be an upper upperclassman
classman upperclassman in the College of Law.
This office is directly, respon responsible
sible responsible to the Chancellor and the
court as a whole, he said. The
need is urgent in order to faci facilitate
litate facilitate speedy and just action
in regard to a reported offense.
Up To Date
This is a step in the direction
of bringing the purpose, effect
and structure of our Honor Sys System
tem System up to date.
We must have a realistic ap appraisal
praisal appraisal of the problems and
some realistic solutions. While
reckless changes would be dis disastrous,
astrous, disastrous, apathy would be equal equally
ly equally destructive.
Explaining the value of the
new post, OBrien pointed out
that more careful and profes professional
sional professional investigation could be
done under an advanced law
student.
Done By Justices
Previously such action was

Psychology Dept Enters Crisis,
Needs Space, Special Equipment

(EDITOR'S
NOTE: This is
the third part
of a series of
articles point-;
ing out the;
critical prob-!
lems that ex exist
ist exist in the vari-

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<0 u s depart- TUN STALL
ments of the College of Arts
and Sciences and University
College.
By PAT TUNSTALL
Gator Editorial Assistant
The UF psychology depart department
ment department may lose 50 per cent of its
staff in what Department Head
Dr. Wilse Webb termed a make
or break year January.
The department is looking to toward
ward toward the Legislature, in hopes
for increased aid.
Lack Os Understanding
Lack of understanding between
administration and academic fa faculty
culty faculty is a major problem. The

are Gator Growl Director Bill Cricken*
berger, Blue Key President Norman
Lipoff, and Homecoming Director Jon
Moyle.

done by the justices, only one of
which is elected from the Law
School.
A staff of three law students
will help the attorney general
investigate cases and major
cases will be handled by him
alone.
Rumberger said two students
have been named his assistants
to date. These are Wendell Har Harris,
ris, Harris, senior in law, and Dick
Hunt, junior law student.
Former Chairman
Rumberger was chairman of
the defpnse council last year un under
der under the chancellorship of Sid
Beaver. The council is run
under the auspices of the John
Marshall Bar Association of
which Rumberger has been an
executive committee member for
three semesters.
Speaking in reference to his
new appointment, Rumber g e r
said, I am very happy and
most honored to be able to work
so closely with and for what I
believe is a most Important
facet of our college community
life.
I am convinced that the value
of the Honor System is far
reaching in its effect.
I view this new arm of stu student
dent student government as a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous aid in bringing sure but
speedy justice to the accused
and as a means of expediting
the business of the Court.
Full Investigation
The Honor Court Chancellor
explained that it has not been
uncommon for students to wait
many months for their trials un under
der under the old system for lack of
efficient investigation. A case is
not tried by the Court until in investigation

former cannot understand the
psychology departments need
for specialized equipment and
additional space, according to
Webb.
We (the whole University)
are living 10 years behind the
technology, explained Webb,
referring to the general admit
istrative academic difficulty
The University is in a period
of crisis, trying to hold good peo people.
ple. people. In the 1930s professors had
to stay. Now they dont.
Almost every member of my
staff receives three or more un unsolicited
solicited unsolicited job offers yearly, he
stated.
Staff Critical
is the critical item in
this most critical time, he em emphasized,
phasized, emphasized, and my staff is liv living
ing living on promise.
Webb had hoped to be able to
offer salary increases to mem members,
bers, members, or to advance each of the
13 teachers SIOO for profession professional
al professional advancement research, ar articles.
ticles. articles.
That was two years ago, and
theyre still waiting, said Webb.

vestigation investigation has been fully com completed,
pleted, completed, OBrien said.
Further adopted changes in
Honor Court procedures will be

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BIG POST, BIG MAN Thom Rumberger, senior
law student, was recently appointed to the position of
attorney general by Honor Court Chancellor Gavin
OBrien. Rumberger will be in charge of all pre-trial
investigations and conferences, formerly handled by
the Court justices. The post was created as part of an
effort to bring the court up-to-date.

- Out of a S2OOO yearly budget,
the department is to purchase
desks and equipment.
. Impossible To Buy
It is impossible to buy some something
thing something we need, like a portable
electroencephalograph, for less
than $1300, said Webb. But we
cant because we simply havent
the funds!
4 desk and chair costs up to
4OO.
Were beyond the stage where
we can do tests with a pencil
and some college sophomores,
he said.
We cannot compete with
equipment 10 years behind tech technogy
nogy technogy demands. He agreed that
this is a problem of the UF as
well as other Universities.
One Secretary
Explaining the staccato of
typewriter and clunking of ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, Webb cited another dif difficulty.
ficulty. difficulty. For the 13 staff mem members
bers members and 1300 students, the de department
partment department has one secretary and
a half-time typist.
(See DEPT., Page 3)

The 1960 Alumni Reunion will
feature a political convention
complete with keynote speak speaker
er speaker and delegates from the
Universitys various colleges
and schools.
Emcee for the gathering will
be Congressman Syd Herlong.
Senator George A. Smathers
will be keynote speaker.
With Homecoming 1960 less
than five weeks away, arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to entertain the largest
crowd in Homecoming history
are nearing completion, an announced
nounced announced General Chairman Jon
Moyle Monday.
Cooperation from faculty,
students and alumni has been
gratifying, Moyle said.
Moyle pointed out an overall
plan of refinement erf each ac activity
tivity activity has been adopted in keep keeping
ing keeping with this years slogan
He 60 Best in Dixie.
Faculty Privileges
Two specific areas of refine refinement
ment refinement Moyle mentioned were spe special
cial special arrangements for faculty
members who will be given spe special
cial special seating for Gator Growl and
reserved sections to view the pa parade.
rade. parade.
Jimmy Keynes, Alumni As-

Dusting Off
Cobwebs
SEE PAGE 2

Four Pages This Edition

published in s future Alligator
edition in accoi-dance with pro provisions
visions provisions in the Student Body Con Constitution.
stitution. Constitution.

Coffee Hour,
Was Success
The first of a series of student
government sponsored coffee
hours was termed very success successful
ful successful by Herb Langstrom. who is
in charge of the programs.
The program Friday night fea featured
tured featured Dr. A. M. Sievers and Dr. W.
fi. Tilly who helped explain econ economic
omic economic issues in the presidential
campaign. Discussion followed
the Kennedy-Nixon television de debate.
bate. debate.
Principal among the topics was
the economic theories of Gal Galbraith,
braith, Galbraith, one of Senator Kennedys
foremost advisors.
These programs are intended
to couple the Intellectual forum
with an informal air.
Among the faculty advisors for
the project are Drs. Sievers, Til Tilly,
ly, Tilly, W. G. French, and A. D. Grae Graeffe.
ffe. Graeffe.
At present the programs arc
scheduled bi-monthly, with the
next to be held on October 21 at
8:45 p. m., in the Florida Un Unions
ions Unions Johnson Lounge. Coffee and
other refreshments will be served
free of charge. All students art
welcome to attend.

sociation President will present
a SIOO scholarship to the school
or college with the greatest per percentage
centage percentage of delegates attending
the rally. The UF Alumni As Association
sociation Association donated the scholarship.
Homer Spence, Chairman of
the Homecoming Sweepstakes
Committee, announced a change
in selection of fraternity-sorority
activity winners.
Spence said sweepstakes will
be based on the two areas of
Homecoming in which an organ organization
ization organization does best. In previous
the winner was decided on the
basis of points awarded for par participation
ticipation participation in three events.
Organizations may enter all
three events skit, float, and
house decorationsbut only file
best two will count in Sweep Sweepstakes
stakes Sweepstakes competition, Spence said.
Sweethearts In Miami
In other Homecoming activity,
the three Sweetheart Contest fin finalistsLibby
alistsLibby finalistsLibby Baker, Judy Lynn
Prince, and Anne Sisler were
in Miami last week-end for the
Gator Rice game. |
The coeds will make several
more trips throughout the state
publicizing Homecoming before
Nov. 10 when the Sweetheart
will be announced.



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Dust Off The Cobwebs

The creation of an Attorney Gen Generals
erals Generals office within the structure of
the Honor Court framework is a note noteworthy
worthy noteworthy and long overdue action.
By Honor Court officials own ad admission,
mission, admission, the present system is in a
badly antiquated state. The birth of
the attorney generals post promises
to be one step in the revitalization,
and increased efficiency and effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness of the System.
*
THE CQURTS immediate problems
lie in the area of expediency, of
which there is little.
With a backlog of roughly 50 cases
stretching back over two semesters,
the present system obviously needs
revamping.
The attorney general tactic should
prove to be an effective stopgap meas measure.
ure. measure.
Through it, the investigation and
presentation of cases will be put into
the hands of law school upperclass upperclassmen,
men, upperclassmen, gentlemen with a ad advantage
vantage advantage over the average Honor Court
justice in experience and training for
this type of work.
* *
BUT STOPGAP only is this meas measure.
ure. measure.
It is about all the Honor Court can
do at the moment, within constitution constitutional
al constitutional provisions, to clear its docket and
get its head above water again. We
hope it does the trick.
However, as Chancellor Gavin
OBrien and some of his associates
relaize, more extensive measures must
be undertaken in order to insure a
smooth operation in semesters to come.

IRE FROM EIRE
Little Man Doesn't Give A Damn!

No matter how you cut it,
government-student or other otherwiseis
wiseis otherwiseis run by a minority minoritythose
those minoritythose that give a damn.
The main
democracy is
open member membership
ship membership to rule CALLAHAN
would result in
majority ride, but things just
dont work out that way.
In Thursdays student govern government
ment government elections, a mere 3,838
students went to the polls to
vote on half the membership of
the Legislative Council and their
preference for president of the
United States.
*
THE PRESENT VF enroll enrollment
ment enrollment is over the 13,000. Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays showing wa pretty sick sickening.
ening. sickening. \
Probably the main reason for
this display of student apathy is
the conception that student gov government
ernment government is strictly MICKEY
MOUSEbut is it?
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on funds that annually total ov over
er over $325,000,000. Is this MICKEY
MOUSE. This is big business.
oo
IF $325,000,000 is M I C K E Y
MOUSE, there are a lot of us
UF students who are living in
Disneyland.
The Legislative Council plays
b. vital role in shaping a public
image of the UF, an image that
m cast across the state and
ustly or unjustly influences
many people in their attitudes
towards UF graduates.
A good image will mean fav favorable
orable favorable opportunities for UF stu students
dents students when they are fortunate
to leave the campus for good.
An unfavorable image could
hurtright in the pocketbook
nerve.
000
POSSIBLY, ONE OF the rea reasons
sons reasons that we tend to think that
student government is a farce is
the fact that it is ofen integrat integrated
ed integrated in our minds with student
politics.
Granted that students politics
is often plagued by hypocrisy
and power-crazy campus poli politicians
ticians politicians who are more interested
in having a juicy title on their
record rather than doing some-

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Tuotdoy, Octobor 11, 1960

IT SIMPLY doesnt make sense for
such an important branch of student
government as the Honor Court to
function within a system designed for
a university of only a couple of thou thousand
sand thousand students with 13,000 plus tread treading
ing treading the campus today.
One particular responsibility which
the Court needs to be more active in
is that of pushing in positive fashion
the Honor System itself.

THE COURT is not simply a puni punitive
tive punitive body. One of its established pre precepts
cepts precepts is that of encouraging adherance
to the Honor Code. By effectively
meeting this obligation a much
more pleasant and useful task than
trying offenders the Court will
thereby lighten its disciplinary load.
Its rare when such a virtue as hon honor
or honor can be instilled into a person of
eighteen years or older, but keeping
the Honor Systems name and pur purposes
poses purposes constantly before the public will
perhaps now and then serve as a de deterrent
terrent deterrent to some potentially errant in individual,
dividual, individual, and maybe fortify those
whose principles are sound enough
already which never hurts.
* *
IN THE MEANTIME between
now and the hoped-for constitutional
revisions of the Court in the spring
it is propitious to here point out that
in the final analysis, the success of the
UF Honor System lies with the indi individual
vidual individual student.
Only you can make it work. You
alone must realize the folly in circum circumventing
venting circumventing it, and the lifelong character
stain that is yours through an Honor
Court conviction.

thing for somebody besides
themselves.
But student government is
much more than smoke-filled
rooms in frat houses and
dorms. It is basically admin administration;
istration; administration; administration that
touches our daily existence in
Gator town.
000
ANOTHER FACTOR which
stands out in Thursdays low
election tally is all the weeping
that has been going on for the
*''average student.
Where was the average stu student
dent student Thursday? He certainly
didnt go to the polls.
If the little guys are being
abused by nasty politics who
allegedly try to monopolize cam campus
pus campus affairs, why didnt these
abused characters get out
and vote?
In a nutshell: it appears
that the fall elections empha emphasized
sized emphasized one thin gstudent
apathy.
It all boils down to the
premise stated in the opening
of this columngovernments
are run by a minority. If UF
students continue to not give
a damn, it looks like this
premise will never be dis disproven
proven disproven on UF campus.

WELLS

By CHARLEY WELLS
Chairman
Democrats For Nixon
In todays column, we, the sup supporters
porters supporters meet face-to-face the charges
leveled against the foreign pol policy
icy policy of the Eisenhower Nixon
administration, and we shall dis discuss
cuss discuss the facts of foreign policy
under administrations of both
parties.
Senator John Kennedy has re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly charged that the Unit United
ed United States has lost prestige all
over the world since President
Eisenhower took office in 1968.
He has pointed to the Soviet
threat in Berlin, the loss of
ground in Africa and Asia, and
the establishment of a Red die*
atorship in Cuba.
*
WHAT KENNEDY HAS FAIL FAILED
ED FAILED to point out is the fact that
for the past eight years the
United States has pulled it itself
self itself out of an abyss of failure
created by the twenty years of
Democratic reign.
When President Eisenhower
took office, American fighting
men were dying in Korea with
no hopes of a victory because
of the Truman theory of Limit Limited
ed Limited warfare.'*
000
PRIOR TO the Korean War,
the Communist bloc had en enveloped
veloped enveloped China, North Korea, In Indo
do Indo China, Poland, Hungary,
Czechoslovakia, East Germany,
East Berlin and portion of Aus Austria.
tria. Austria. A serious Communist threat
existed in the Middle East.
Communism was gaining more
and more support in France
and Italy.
It was against these liabili liabilities
ties liabilities that Dwight Eisenhower
came into office.
* o
NOW, in 1960, Senator Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy dares to say that the Re Republican
publican Republican party is responsible
for a gross loss of American re respect
spect respect abroad.
Let us look at the achieve achievement
ment achievement of the Eisenhower Nixon
administration in the area of
foreign affairs.
The Korean War has been end ended
ed ended and no longer are American
fighting men dying.
*
THE IRON CURTAIN has
been halted in Central Europe
and France has been delivered
from the Communist threat.
In the Middle East, the Unit United
ed United States has gained more and
more ground against the Com Communists.
munists. Communists. When a crisis threaten threatened,
ed, threatened, President Eisenhower didnt
hesitate to send U. S. Marines
to Lebanon to aid its pro-west pro-western
ern pro-western government

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Welcome Asked for LBJ

(EDITORS NOTE: This
Is the fourth in a series of
columns on the presiden presidential
tial presidential campaign, to run each
Tuesday until the Nov. 8
election. The Alligator Is
encouraging high level de debate
bate debate from the columnists,
but the views contained
herein do not necessarily
represent those of the edi editors.)
tors.) editors.)

By JON JOHNSON
Chairman
Students for Kennedy-Johnson
Wed like to thank all of you youexpecially
expecially youexpecially the coeds for put putting
ting putting John Kennedy and Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson over the top in the
straw ballot last Thursday.
It was a tremendous psycholo psychological
gical psychological victory and shows that with
a little effort and vigor this tic ticket
ket ticket can take the whole state of
Florida in November.

WED LIKE to urge ell of you
to welcome the next vice-presi vice-president,
dent, vice-president, Lyndon Johnson, to the
campus tomorrow. This man de deserves
serves deserves a great welcome, for he
has been one of our most effec effective
tive effective majority leaders in history historyand
and historyand one of the best friends
the South has ever had.
Knowing that most of the na nation
tion nation wanted civil rights legisla legislation
tion legislation during his six years as ma majority
jority majority leader of the Senate, John Johnson
son Johnson balanced both the North
and the South so as to produce
effective legislation. Richard Ni Nixon
xon Nixon contributed nothing to this
civil-rights legislaturlng during
the eight years he has been vice
president.

SOME PEOPLE have criticiz criticized
ed criticized Senator Johnson for his role
in the civil rights area. But we
must remember that while he is
a Southerner by birth, he is also
a Southern gentlemen.
And this means that as major majority
ity majority leader he must represent the
entire Democratic party in the
Senate the Harry Byrds as
the Wayne Morses, the James
Eastlands as well as the Hubert
Humphreys.
*1
HE HAS NEVER, never
sought legislation which he knew
in advance would incur a presi presidential
dential presidential veto. Even though he
thought it was good legislation,
his attitude is that a loyal op opposition
position opposition must pass measures
which have the best chance of
being signed by the President
and becoming law.
No, he has not deserted the
South. And the South is not de deserting
serting deserting him. Not one Southern
senator, congressman, or gover governor
nor governor (or governor-elect) is sup supporting
porting supporting Nixon. Except for a cou couple
ple couple of ex-officeholders who are
backing out on the party that put
them in office. Lyndon Johnson
has the unified support of every
Southern Democratic officehold officeholder.
er. officeholder. None have deserted the tic ticket.
ket. ticket.

AND NONE WILL, For while
Southerners may find both par party
ty party platforms unpalatable, they
know Kennedy and Johnson are
the best bet for the South Southand
and Southand for a vigorous nation.
For they will keep this nation
strong, not just by smooth talk,
but by hard deeds.

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By JOHN MILLER
The news these days is filled
with speculations about the out outcome
come outcome of the political race. Who
will win: Juvenile Jack or
Raucous Ricardo?
I wonder what makes poli politics
tics politics the big scramble it is?
The little man on the street or
in the coffee house holds forth
in angry tirade as though he
and he alone were responsible
for the leader of our country.

Surely it
wasnt always
this way. In
olden days the
country was
given what
wa needed
not what moti motiva
va motiva ti o n a 1 re research
search research said
would best
draw a crowd
at the polls.

A leader was chosen for his
ability, not because he was good
box office.
Take for example, the first
president of our country, old
George. A straight-forward,
honest man. .out to protect
his interests and make a buck
for Virginia and no shilly-shal shilly-shallying
lying shilly-shallying about it.
TODAY, IF GEORGE were
to run, things would be hugely
complicated. True, the policy
of electing a president still
holds, but the people of his
day werent sure what one
was. Besides, he had the ar army.
my. army. Not that hed use It but
the psychological implication
is there.
You say George fought for
freedom and the right of free
election? The devil he did. He
had thousands of barefoot sol soldiers
diers soldiers and his brother-in-law
owned a shoe factory. That's

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what he fought a war for.
His policy makers would be
in tits if he were campaigning
right now. In the first place,
he and the army were devast devastating
ating devastating two-thirds of the country.
The Democrats could run a
conservative and he's sunk.
*
HIS IDEAS ON federal spend spending
ing spending would have to be curtailed.
If his freedom of spending were
not to be stopped altogether, at
least there would be changes
made. In throwing a dollar
across the river today, his
backers would have a refugee
on the other side to catch it for
thq sake of appearances.
Religious affiliation would be
an important issue. What was
George anyway? Yeah? You
think he'd make the whole ar army
my army go barmitzvah? Would
George resign if there ever arose
a conscience-conflict? He never
jdid before.
These are just the surface
problems. Other considerations
would arise that are evidently
so important to our political way
of thinking that they must be become
come become issues: where does /Mar /Martha
tha /Martha buy her clothes and why she
wears her hair that way? How
close is George to his daddy?
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Should he apologize to Oomwal Oomwallie?
lie? Oomwallie?
*
| WHAT I REALLY THINK is,
Adams, Hamilton, and that
whole gang of cronies George
hung around with, really didnt
have their eye on the ball or
theyd have known that a polit political
ical political future is not being de determined
termined determined by considerations of
policy, rights, and motives, but
by the really Important things
Ive mentioned here.
5 And yet, Washington waa real really
ly really what the country needed. All
through the Eastern seaboard,
to this day, one can find places
where people proudly boast
George Washington slept
here. And thats what the coun country
try country needed. .rest!
What bothers me is not that
the man evidently never got out
of bed (he couldnt have or hed
never have met all those com commitments)
mitments) commitments) but it is obvious
he was not alone. Who was he
with, James Monroe?
And there arises the legend
of the Father of Our Country.
It was not a patriarch image
we needed, not a guiding men mentor,
tor, mentor, not a benign godhead. It
was a fertility symbol. What a
kookie way to perpetuate the
American Ideal.
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THE ARAB CLUB* This club is
beginning its first year at the UF
with a membership of about 30 stu students
dents students from the United Arab Re Republic,
public, Republic, according to Suheil E*
Jammal, organiser of the club.

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tion Organization of Arab students in the United
States, the UF club was organiz organized
ed organized last semester but did not func function
tion function until September, Jammal said.
Concentrating on higher educa education
tion education and Including social funct functions,
ions, functions, the club is supported by dues
frrom members and support from
the national organization.
Contrary to rumor, Jammal
said, we are supported by the
United Arab Republic.
We receive help of no kind
from outside the country/

UF Department
Enters Crisis,
Needs Space
(Continued from Page ONE)
These assistants answer all
the phones, type tests and papers
and do the mimeographing for
the professors. It took Webb
three days to secure funds for
the typist.
Hie worst public auditorium
has better facilities than the fa facilities
cilities facilities for Psy 203, believes
Webb. There are three lecture
sections of 100 150 students
which could be combined as one
. if there were space.
One professor makes the same
lecture three times.
k# Five Calculators
In the statistics laboratory are
5 automatic calculators for 45
students, and 30 graduate stu students.
dents. students. We need more, and got
these as second hand bar bargains
gains bargains at S6OO apiece, he said.
You Just dont do complicat complicated
ed complicated statistics on an abacus he
said.
Dr. Holland Waters, UF Psy Psychology
chology Psychology professor for eight years
points out that the department
is scattered through five build buildings.
ings. buildings. We really need a central
location/ he said.
'Graduate students have no
rooms for research, as in othe
schools, he said. And although
Walker Auditorium is big enough,
we are unable to use it for valu valuable
able valuable teaching aids displays
because it is used by other de departments.
partments. departments.
Poor Way To Teach
Large sections lOO or more
in Psy 202 are a poor way to
leach on the college level.
Some of our professors are
associated with the med school/
he says, so theyre housed down
there.
We need a building new or
not!
Research is conducted in Ben Benton
ton Benton hall because it was abandon abandoned
ed abandoned by the Physics department,
said Webb.
Cramped Booms
If I were a student, I would be
afraid to take a course there up
three flights of stairs into cramp cramped,
ed, cramped, poorly lit rooms.
The old hall, across from Pea Peabody,
body, Peabody, is subject to unexpected
showers oft plaster from its 14-
foot cilings. The stairway referr referred
ed referred to twists up from the second
floor into an apparent loft. Some
windows are propped open with
j&ft drink bottles.
Students react to the psycholo psychology
gy psychology courses in varying fashions.
I hated those great big first
courses, said a Junior in mim miming.
ing. miming. Now Im in a 400 level
course. Its crowded, but at least
J can ask questions during class.
Lecture Rooms Stuffy
Those lectures in 202 the
ones in Floyd, not Walker are
gross, said another student. It
gets so stuffy with 100 people.
Discussing the faculty, Dr. Webb
told of one professor, still with the
department, who was offered a job
paying $12,000 a year. He was
earning a top salary for the UF
56,200 says Webb. Hes also
living on a promise.
The only way to maintain a
desirable staff is to offer in increased
creased increased research tecilities, ad advanced
vanced advanced salaries and adequate
office space.
Most research is now done on
government grants. Ten assistants
are assigned to the 14 staff mem members.
bers. members. Webb says that each instruc instructor
tor instructor could use one or two assistants
himself.

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Lawyers Get
Scholarships
A committee of prominent Flor Florida
ida Florida attorneys has been formed to
organize a scholarship fund for
the College of Law. The College
is currently one of the few na nationally
tionally nationally known law schools with
no scholarships for its students.
The attorneys have planned a
year-long fund raising campaign
to be carried out in conjunction
with the University Alumni Loyal Loyalty
ty Loyalty Fund and the University of
Florida Endowment Corporation.

Students on Scholarships
Number Fifteen Per Cent

By NANCY MYKEL
Gator Editorial Assistant
Fifteen per cent of the UF stu student
dent student body are recipients oft scho scholarships..
larships.. scholarships..
More than 2,600 students have
received a total exceeding S6OO
000 in scholarship funds this year,
according to Dean of Student Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester L. Hale.
The bulk of the money is ear earmarked
marked earmarked by the donor, however,
and is not awarded according to
criteria of the UF.
Less than SBO,OOO is awarded by
Dean Hale and his Senate Com Committee
mittee Committee on Student Aid, Scholarship
and Awards. This small portion
of the total funds is awarded on
criteria of scholarship and need,
and is granted in amounts equal
to the current registration fee oft
S9O.
Race Track Fund
In fact, Dean Hales committee
would not have this sum to work
with in rewarding scholarship
were it not for the courtesy of the
UF Athletic Department, which re released
leased released $30,000 of its funds from the
race track monies as provided in
the Senate Bill 944.
As for the majority of the $600,*
000? We merely administer
the release of the funds deposit deposited
ed deposited with us.
Dean Hale said the funds include
athletic scholarships, all profea profearionai
rionai profearionai scholarships, scholarships
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Long range testing for long
term projects is a major distinc distinction
tion distinction between European and Am American
erican American educational systems, ac according
cording according to Dr. John Davis.
Davis has recently returned
from three years of teaching in
Asia and New Zeabid, sponsored
by the UF and the Ford Founda Foundation.
tion. Foundation.
Emphasis in the European sy system
stem system is on retention of subjects,
rather than on ability to quote by
rote.
Hie curriculum of the coilege
student is restricted to his ma major,
jor, major, says Davis. Before the stu student
dent student reaches college he is tested
extensively; if not college material
he is sent to a vocational school.
The American system of lib liberal
eral liberal education is becoming pop popula
ular popula specialised scientists can cannot
not cannot deal well with the broad prob problems
lems problems of the country as can peo people
ple people trained in several fields.
Counter part teachers
those trained in a country who
return to their native lands are
the greatest hopes of the As i a n
countries. They will be able to
make suggestions to help their
people because they are natives
not foreigners overate p ping
bounds of protocol.

ic disciplines, and some that even
specify hometown, sex, and major
interest of recipient.
None of the general scholarships
go begging.
Need More Donors
We need more general scholar scholarship
ship scholarship fund donors, said Dean
Hale, Sunday. We do not have
enough of these funds to help the
needy student, nor to reward the
exceptional. 0
The scholarships which, rumor
Has It, go begging, are the
scholarships which originate
away from UF, and have more
national a scope.
These scholarships do not even
pass through Dean Hales office,
but are posted on bulletin boards
in various departments on cam campus.
pus. campus.
As a result of sentiment express expressed
ed expressed in last Fridays Alligator edi editorial,
torial, editorial, Dean Hale said he would
be glad to consider clearing all
scholarships, both national and
state, through his office, if this
seemed to be what the students
and various colleges wanted.
We could make a directory of
all the various types of scholar scholarships,
ships, scholarships, said Dean Hale, but this
would take more clerical work and
increase the function of the office
of student affairs.
Im willing to go along with it,
however, if I gee that there is a
strong desire for this service, he
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The UF will host a certified
Public Accountants comference |
and will be the scene of meetings
or several groups of dames this
week.
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AD ADMINISTRATION:
MINISTRATION: ADMINISTRATION: The 11th An Annual
nual Annual Graduate 'Accounting Con Conference
ference Conference will be held on campus
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Informative and interesting dis discussions
cussions discussions and speeches are plan planned

Campus Calendar

TUESDAY. OCTOBER 11. The
11th Annual Florida Artist group
show will be held in the Bryan
Lounge of the Florida Union to today
day today through Thursday.
Tickets for IFC Fall Frolics
will be sold in the Student Ser Service
vice Service Booth from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12:
A Columbus Day Reception will
be held by the School of Inter-

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The Florida AHtfeter, Tuesday, Oct, ts, 1960

ned planned for the meeting. All Florida
CPAs and accounting majors are
invited.
ENGINEERING DAMES: Dean
Edgar W. Kopp will be guest
speaker at the Engineering Dames
meeting at 8:00 p.m. in the Flori Florida
da Florida Union next Wednesday.
ARCHITECTURE AND FINE
ARTS DAMES: The monthly meet meetinf
inf meetinf of the Architecture and Fine
Arts Dames will be held tonight at
8:00 p.m. at the University Worn Wornens

American Studies in the Johnson
Lounge in the Florida Union at
4 p.m.
Tickets for Fall Frolics will be
sold in the Student Service Booth
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and
Thursday.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13:
Movies of the Rice Florida
football game will be shown in
the Medical Science Building at
8 p.m.

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ens Wornens Club. Dr. J. M. Degrove from
the Political Science Department
will be the guest speaker and will
lecture on the differences between
the two major political parties.
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MURAL MUSE

By MIKE GORA
Gator Mural Editor
On the mural scene, the
second and final week of wa water
ter water basketball play rolls
around and the Orange
League race narrows to a
four team scramble.
Monday night Sigma Nu
met Phi Delt and Pi Lam
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decide the participants in to tonights
nights tonights championship game.
Pi Lam, led by Shep King
and Mark Gluckman, edged
Kappa Sig, and SAE crushed
Sigma Chi with Dave Whit Whitfield
field Whitfield starring, to gain en entrance
trance entrance to the semi-finals.
The Snakes and Phi Delts
had previously cinched their

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Chi and TEP respectively.
You track stars of yester yesteryear
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shape. Intramural track is
the next sport on the docket.
Sigma Chi is defending cham
pion in the sport. Sigma Nu
and TEP are strong conten contenders
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duced produced Saturday nights only touchdown as he snares
a Billy Cox aerial. Burrell tallied on the receiving end
of a 21-yard payoff pass from Cox.
SEC ROUNDUP
Dixie Teams Point-Happy;
But Three Brethren Fall

By JACK HORAN
Gator Sports Writers
Although three of their less
fortunate brethen fell before Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's foes, winning SEC elev elevens
ens elevens ground out 186 points in snar snaring
ing snaring weekend victories.
Most of the loop teams had a
relatively easy time in subduing
their opposition, but several fav favorites
orites favorites were upset by determined
underdogs.
Johnny Vaughts Rebels ruined
Vanderbilts homecoming to the
tune of 24-0, extending the Com Commodores
modores Commodores losing streak to three
games.
Tall Tommy Wells tied a na national
tional national record and surpassed a
conference one as he booted his
sixth and seventh field goals of
the season. Tommys talented toe
proved to be the difference as
Georgia Tech toppled Louisiana
State, 6-2.
In non-league frays, hot and
cold Florida felt the steamrolling
effect of a massive Rice line
which only permitted the Gators
to penetrate to their 25-yard
Frosh To Open Season
Floridas freshman football team
opens its three game schedule in
Miami Oct. 21, when they tangle
with the Baby Hurricanes.
Gametime will be 8:15, Friday
night in the Orange Bowl for the
affair which is sponsored by the
Miami Kiwanis Club.
Freshman football coach Dave
Fuller will take about 35 men on
the Miami trip which occurs the
same weekend that the varsity
travels to Baton Rouge to play
the LSU Tigers.

stripe. Fumbles and penalties
prevented Florida from scoring
as the Owls bagged it, 10 to 0.
Glen Glass and George Canale
helped Tennessee reel off 356
yards as the Vols went score scorecrazy,
crazy, scorecrazy, crushing Tampa 62-7.
Kentucky notched its first vic victory
tory victory this fall rolling 55-0 over
little Marshall.
Die-hard Chattanooga staved off
Auburn till the fourth quarter
when the Plainesmen racked up
ten quick ones, to tally 10-0.
Mississippi State tasted the
sweet fruit of victory for their
first in seven games with a 29 to
9 trouncing of Arkansas State.
Despite the frequent passing of
quarterback Francis Tarkenton,
Georgia bowed 10-3 to rugged
Southern California.

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PRESENT JOB: Telephone Manager, Sioux City, lowa

When John Hulse was a senior at the U. of
South Dakota, he had his own set of do's and
donts. Dont become a mere cipher on some somebody's
body's somebody's payroll. Don't sit on the shelf waiting for
your first taste of responsibility. Do get a job
where you have a chance to show your stuff
right from the start. Do the job.
John knew his B.S. in Business Administra Administration
tion Administration could lead him into almost any field. He
chose the telephone business and joined North Northwestern
western Northwestern Bell.
One of his first assignments: streamlining oper operating
ating operating procedures for the telephone offices of lowa's
five largest cities. In this work John showed
good judgment and sound organizing ability.
Today he is Telephone Manager erf Sioux
City, lowa.
fl 111 Our number one aim is to hose in all
management jobs the most vital, inteU
ligent, positive and imaginative men
we can possibly find .
Frederick E. Rappee, President
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.

Fumbles, Penalties, Pave Way
For Stunning 10-0 Owl Victory

By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
Floridas sophomore predominat predominated
ed predominated Gators got a good lesson in
blocking, tackling, and taking ad advantage
vantage advantage oi opportunities from a
more experienced Rice team *3
they lost their first game of the
season, 10-0, Saturday night in the
Orange Bowl.
The defeat also marked the first
time the Gators bad lost a non nonconference
conference nonconference team since Miami de defeated
feated defeated them at the end of the 1956
season. Between those two games,
the Gators had 11 wins and one
tie against non-SEC foes.
Took Advantage
The Owls took advantage of two
UF fumbles fior their scores. The
first came early in the initial per period
iod period on only the second time the
Gators got their hands on the bail.
Larry Libertore fumbled a pitch pitchout
out pitchout and the Owls took over on
their 47. From there Rice moved
to the UF 21 where Billy Cox
tossed a TD pass to end Johnny
Burrell. Max Webb kicked the
point to make it 7-0.
Late in the third period the
Gators with fourth and inches to
go, gambled for the yardage. The
Saurians made the first down, but
before the cheering had died down,
Libertore fumbled the ball back to
the alert Birds.
Rice was halted on this drive
at the UF 8 and Webb calm 1 /
boothed a 20-yard field goal to
remove all hopes of a last minute
victory.
The Gators did make their most
serious threat oi the game on the
passing arm of Bobby Dodd, Jr.,
moving down to the Owl 25 be before
fore before one of several penalities halt halted
ed halted the march.
Ball Control
Overall, the Rice line and their
ball control tactics sealed the fate

of the Orange and Blue. The Tex Texans
ans Texans school ran off 57 plays to
only 35 for Florida.
Linemen Boyd and Rufus Kin;;.
Bob Johnston, and Bob Lively
opened huge holes for their backs,
particularly fullback Roland John Johnson,
son, Johnson, to run through. Most of the
Florida yardage came via Dodds
passing arm.
In all, it was a long night tor
Coach Ray Graves who suffered
his first loss as head football
coach. For the Owls, it was their
second win against one defeat, all
against SEC foes.

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Besides managing day-to-day operations,
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Industrial Development Association. In this role,
he's the answer man on projecting, planning and
supplying the communications needs of new in industry.
dustry. industry. Hes shown above with Bob Sweeney,
manager of the Sioux City Chamber of Commerce.
You must always be thinking of the future
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this outfit won't have a minute's worry about
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