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Vol.56, No.80 University of Florida, Gainesville ThursdayJanuary 23, 1964


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.' :: Proposed Gainesville

SGCandidatesSlate f. : City Hall

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DebateStudent < ,
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Government (SG) presidential candidates Frank Harshaw ;.<
and Ken Kennedy agreed to a Jan.29 debate with no stipulations attachedin
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Under present plans, the debate will begin at 7:30 p.m. r '
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Harshaw of V.O.T.E. Party and Kennedy of Gator Party accepted f. !
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invitations from Freshman Class President Bill Wood to the meeting.

Both candidates have canvassed dorms most' of this week, with more '. }
of the same being planned. + Ai
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Kennedy continued his rounds of the dorms last night and said he would
probably "do more of the same tonight."
Gator Party workers met at the Alphi Tau Omega fraternity house
last night for a combination strategy session and dance with the oppor-
tunity to hear from several of the party's candidates. i V

V.0.T.E. Party Chairman John Ritch said their campaign has picked _
UD "added strength"_.. with. both Harshaw:... and Vice. Presidential hooeful'Poop'Rules ,
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Dick Adams canvassing dorms.
He said, "Our campaign has M Ic--- by
picked up momentum it didn't have
before. We've been very Impressed -
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with the way Frank and
Dick have been received in the

dorms.Ritch"said the dorm canvassingof Senate Group OKs

Are Hard since his Monday.party has been going on

He s aid Harshaw and Adams
have been listening to students'

To EnforcePassing should opinions provide.on what services SG Tax Cut LegislationWASHINGTON

Also, he said, they have been
"poop sneets" under listening to student complaints.He .
dormitory doors after 11 p.m. is said his party would announceits
illegal, but there really isn't much platform either today or tomor (UPI) -- Sen- of about $9 billion when fully effective Friday. The panel still has a number -
election officials can do to enforce ate Finance Commitee tentatively In 1965-the biggest tax cut of amendments to dispose of.
the rule according Student row.Party officials were distributing approved the key section of the for individuals in history.The In approving the big rate cut
Government (SG) Sec. of Interior a profile sheet on Harshaw's big tax cut bill yesterday, slash- committee, however, did for Individuals, the 17-member
Bill DeGrove. qualifications In the dorms last Ing rates top-to-bottom for vir- not complete all work on the pri- tax-writing group adopted without
Election rules call for"No per night, he said. tually every American who pays ority 11.1 billion tax reducatlon change the schedule in the bill
sonal contact nor distribution of The V.O.T.E. Party will also federal Income taxes. bill, a "must," in President John as passed by the House Sept. 25.
materials in or around residence sponsor a social for independentgirls The reductions, staged over two son's domestic program. The vote was unanimous.
halls between the hours of 11 p.m. from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fri- years, would amount to a net cut Final action may come today or Coupled with other actions already

and 6 a.m." day in the Pi Kappa Alpha fra- taken, the rate cuts would
Rules concerning mater- ternity house remove about 1.5 million person
ials, places for campaigning and Ritch said bus service from Tennis Courts Lighted from the tax rolls altogether, am
unauthorized removal or destruc- the women's dorms to the frater- provide liberal benefits for another
tion of materials are distributedto nity house would be provided. 50 million taxpayers, rid
both parties by DeGrove.The and poor, in all income bracketsThe
After 20 Year Wait
rules are intended to dis- Gold reductions would average
courage the unreasonable litterof waterCampaigning about 18.8 per cent for all tax.

campus with excessive quanti- By MIKE POWER payers. Tax brackets now ranging,
ties of loose and usually unread Staff Writer from a low of 20 per cent to a toe

paper, DeGrove said. of 91 per cent would be rolled bac
DeGrove and four election deputies High-powered lights will bask the Broward Area tennis courts to a range of 14 to 70 per cent b
from each party will be starting in April after more than 20 years of efforts to have them

deputized campus policemen by KEENE, N. H. (UPI) -- Sen. installed. 1965.The committee already has ap
Chief Audle L. Shuler to patrolthe Barry Goldwater campaigned yes- Student Body Pres. Paul Hendrick yesterday emerged victorious proved $2.3 billion in tax relit
campus for election rules vio terday in New Hampshire with a from conferences with Tigert Hall officials about the feasibility of for an estimated 576,000 corp,
lators. demand for revision of the Ui.ited such lighting.He orations, trimming the corporat
Nations Charter to prevent the admission said administration officials and Physical Education Dean D.K. rate from 52 per cent to a ne-
"Goonlng, tearing opposing of Communist China. Stanley were initially opposed to the lights before his conferences top of 48 per cent. This will b

party posters from boards, will Goldwater, accompalned by his with them, which. began.Tuesday.Ilendrick effective in full next year.
be strictly enforced," DeGrove wife, Margaret, was on the second said proposals tolightthe
said. "Contrary to opinion, we day of his three-day swing through courts have been submitted to i This May Be Ahead For Some UF
do not need pictures to identify New Hampshire which holds the Student Government officials by III

violators, only Identification by a nation's first presidential primary various campus groups every year | Students, See Tomorrow's! Alligator! !.._
deputy." March 10. since 1939. The most recent, and
the one which finally won approval,
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Banner Disappears; y counselors.Legislative Council Secretary ;_

Maurice Plumb said the admin- t a -' '
I istration's approval was won dur-
*' ing the conferences with Hendrick. r
During Night Raid' '. uf
4 "This is the first time the president -
of the student body ever
: A large Gator Party banner mysteriously disappeared early ';" 1 talked with Tigert Hall officials

, I' yesterday morning, becoming replaced later in the pre-dawn or Dean Stanley about lights,"
) hours by a V.O.T.E. Party Banner, but both sides refused ?'> Plumb said.Electrical.
to fire charges at the other or admit guilt.'A/" wires hate been run
111 The banner was tied to a tree and to one corner of Benton >, _, from a circuit to the courts anda
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Hall about 15 feet above the sidewalk.'I'',. contract for the remaining lighting -
V.O.T.E. Party Chairman John Ritch said yesterday that, equipment will be awarded
"We went out there about 3:45 a.m. and put ours up. The Gator Monday, Hendrick said. -
Party banner was gone then. I guess they must have taken it "We'll be checking the bids to

down." 1 secure the earliest possible delivery -
Gator Party chairman Bob Wilson said his party had put .- of the "
,y, :( equipment, Hen V I 1 1y
the banner up early Tuesday morning and had not taken it drick said.

down. Y _
it would for the entire campaign," ,
"We were hoping stay up ':'! '1 he UF Plant and Grounds Department -

be said. will erect the lighting
went in for the annual "
Greenboards up yesterday preparation structures. Total cost of the pro-
for the Feb. 6 election.
onslaught of political posters "
ject is "well over 83,000, Plumb
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The UF may be !/ represented the next two weeks," McAlister
in the Peace Corps
said.McAlister
training program. Peace Corps will be in charge of
liason officer Col. GlennA.Farris area studies concerning historyand
revealed Monday.A culture while York will handle
program proposed by Dr.LyleN. the agricultural training of the R : ,
McAlister, director of the program.
Center for Latin American "This program concerns com-
Studies at the UF, would provide munity development work in the
for a group of UF professors to Dominican Republic with a heavy
serve as visiting teachers at the emphasis on agriculture and home
Peace Corps training camp in economics," said York, 'aiming X"X
Puerto Rico. These specialists at improving the community struc-
would train Peace Corps volun- ture in which these people live." *" ** *j*< :
teers for a community develop- "We think It should be a very i i
ment program In the Dominican productive effort and It is an area -- ..:--
Republic. in which we are delighted to con- L 4
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Working with Dr. McAlister on tribute," he concluded.

the proposed program is Dr. E.T. FLORIDA UNION'S WORKSHOP SCENE, OF HANDICRAFTS
York, provost of the UF agricul-

tural department. Both men have Glenn Nixed for creative students. Craft Shop Director
had an interest in the Peace Corps .provides unlimited opportunities
since Its establishment in 1961. Mrs. Kay Welbom is one of the many sources available for giving instructions to
Their Interest lead to a series COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) -
of consultations with Peace Corps Ohio Democratic chairmen students.fDimes'.
representatives in Washington on yesterday voted to stick by |

the possibility of setting up a train their endorsement of Sen. Benefit Growinal
ing program at UF. Stephen M. Young for reelec-
Two weeks ago a Peace Corps tion over the challenge of - - ..,
representative conferred with Mc astronaut John H. Glenn Jr.
Alister and York, and plans for The chairmen, at a closed The upcoming March of Dimes and last to who knows when," he bands to a concert pianist. I
program were begun."A meeting, voted 61-63 not to benefit to be given at the State said. Henderson cited the effort of I
proposal, in the form of reconsider their .decisionof Theatre on Jan. 29, is beginning John Kay of WUWU, whom he I
a budget, will be sent to Peace Jan. 7 to recommend the to assume the proportions of a Henderson said 24 acts have been said was responsible for the large I
Corps headquarters," said Mc- state Democratic convention telethon in length, according to .obtained with the possibility of number of acts. J
Alister. If approved, it will receive endorse Young for a second William Henderson, the State's more being added during the next He also had praise for Hugh I
the official go-ahead. term. manager. few days. He added that the acts Edwards who rebuilt the State's I
"The.matter will be decided in "The show will start at 3 p.m. would range from rock 'n roll stage to accommodate the show, I
and the business community and I
communications media of Gainesville -
LARRY'S RESTAURANTPRESENTS UF Swimming Groups for their extensive contributions -
in promotion and staging.In I

order to Involve as much I
Reorganize ActivitiesThe
of the university as possible,Hen-1
EA. LL derson said he was considering I

Swim Fins andAquaGators, already well under way. Members asking UF President J. Wayne
I tIW T f/// UF student swimming group, write, organize and perform every Reitz for an extension of the Wednesday -

having reorganized last trimester, phase of all shows, said Miss evening curfew. I
just half a block from
are recruiting new members fora Shields.
"Considering length and
big spring show In March, according Interested swimmers and non-
campus on University Ave. to advisor Dorothy' Shields. swimmers alike are invited to nature of the show, I thought it
would be nice if the UF could makean
Plans for the Spring, show are contact either Miss Shields at the I
exception as they have done
OPEN 24 HOURS Women's Gymnasium, or the
pre- for special Lyceum shows," he I
sident, Jane Smallwood, at FR 2-
Quick Service Good. Food Pleasant Atmosphere Speakers Apply 4772. Non-swimmers can help plan said.
-.' and work on scenery. He announced that tickets are
Applications are now being accepted Workshops will be held on Mon- now on sale at the box office of I
for the 1964 Florida Blue days at 7p.m.to help new members the State and at numerous locations -
Key Speakers Bureau in Room 314 acquire synchronized swimming throughout the city. Admis-
of the Florida Union. Anyone Interested skills. Business meetings will be sion is $1.00Red I
may come by the office held In Room 201 of the Florida
between the hours of 1:00 and Gym instead of workshops, when
5:00: p.m. necessary. Cross Here
See What's New in -


For InterviewsMiss


The Browse Shop SALE TIMEMEN Hazel Breland, assistant I

Personnel-Recruit-
director of
ment, of the American Red Cross, I
Southeastern area, Atlanta, Ga., I
will be on campus today and tomorrow -
REFERENCE ART LIBRARY HARD COVER to interview graduating I
Sport Coats Blazers Sweaters students interested in various I
positions in the field of welfare!
and recreation. I
GAUGI Shirts Winter Jackets Miss Breland said that careers J
TOULOUSE LAUTREC In the Red Cross are open to both I
men and women with the following I
HISTORY OF PAINTING Convoy Coat U.S.citl-1
} general requirements:
PABLO PICASSOEGYPTIAN zenship, good health, and world-
wide mobility. Preference is given I
ARTCONTEMPORARY COEDSSlacks to college graduates, she said.I
CHINESE PAINTINGTHE Students interested should signup I

NATIONAL GALLERY LONDON Sweaters Dresses at the University Placement,!
Building H.Indians. I
THE FRENCH IMPRESSIONISTS IN THE LOUVRE

I' KANDINSKY Suits Skirts To MeetThe

, DEGAS UF's Indian Club will celebrate -
I 20TWENTY( PERCENT) 20% OFF !III! the 14th anniversary of the I

Republic of India ataSundayroeeting I
in the auditorium of the J.J
The BROWSE SHOP Hillis Miller Health Center.start-
llton tree ing time is 8 p.m. I
Speaker for the occasion will be I

, Campus Shop & Bookstore (tD Dr.Department Delton L.of Scudder Religion., head The of cele-the I I

1227 West University bration will be highlighted by an
Indian Cultural program arrangedby
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six million dollar capital improvement also UF Consulting Architect, and probably more by now." Butt stated plans call for the port.
bond issue will go stated the sewage facilities for lie continued, "At present,two- widening of Southwest 2nd Avenue The two proposed recreation
before Gainesville voters Feb.11. East Gainesville are first on the thirds of the families there have and 5th Avenue along with Improvement centers, five park sites, andplay-
The proposed Improvement priority list, should the bond pro- sewers and one-third have priviesor of existing streets -- ground development plans will
program consists of five project gram be approved. no facilities." this will cost $1,000,000. total $450,000.

groups ranging from sewage "This is something that should Cost for sewage facilities and a Sidewalks, offstreet parking, Planning Director Morgan saida
facilities for East Gainesville to have been done years ago," said site for refuse disposal facilities, and a revolving fund for street park will be located within blocksof
construction of new fire stationsand Butt. "In that location there were which comprise the first of the Improvement will get a total the university married students'
+ expansion of city library fa- 1,700 family units at last count five project groups, will cost $1- $1,000,000, according to the re- housing. It can be used by married
cilities. 300,000. students for picnics and as a

a Two of concentrated children's playground.Said .
years study
Included In the second
have gone into the formulation of project Butt, "this is part of an
group are plans for two fire sta- at
the proposed over-all recreational program,
program, accordingto
tions and fire fighting equipment.One .
Planning Board Chairman Arnold the present we have no parks on
will be located North 13th
on Gainesville."
Butt. the west side of
St. bet in 23rd and 39th Ave.,
The needs evaluated the Plan- lie added the has
by city now a
another will be placed at the inter-
ning Board in reaching their decision recreational director which will
section of University Ave and
have arisen from the speed development of the program.On .
t Newberry Rd. This will add to
annexation of 18 square miles and t< the problem of strom drain-
to the fire protection for the Uni-
20,000 citizens in 1962, continued versity, said Planning Director age, the report stated, "We feel
growth of the UF, proposed loca- ...$250,000 will take care of that
Don Morgan. Cost will be $300-
tion of the new Veteran's Admin- board part of the program that cannotbe
000 according to the planning
istration hospital, growth of industry report. met by annual appropriations."
in Gainesville and increasing "The city commission employed
demands for better municipal Construction of a new city hall the firm of Wainwright and Ramseyto
service. is expected to cost $1,250,000.Also study the financing capability
The University will gain from the listed in the improvement of the City of Gainesville," stated
project, according to City ManagerBill program is an addition to the city
Butt.The
Green, because, "What is library costing $250,000. financial report shows the
food for the city is good for the Along with a proposed public city can issue$6 million General
University." lie said he will have works program costing $200,000, Obligation Bonds, rather than
more tailed comment on the the total expenditure for the second revenue..bonds, since GainesvilleIs
issue later. ARNOLD BUTT group of projects Is estimatedat WILLIAM GREEN in a good position concerningits
Board Chairman Butt, who is $2,000,000. General Obligation debt.

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I I .for Gainesville in artists conception will be paid for out .is Bill Baker, 5AR, helping the City of Gainesville in implementing I

of the six million dollar bond issue. proposals for the six million dollar bond issue.



Historian Set

To SpeakDr. JANUARY OUR 4MEf


Paul Zucker, noted German
historian of art and architecture, SHoP is A

delivers a public lecture on the

UF campus today.
His talk, "Baroque at Its Climax VIRTUAL
--Exuberance in Bavaria," is set Milk .56$ per half gallon

for 8 p.m. in McCarty Auditorium Tomatoes. 4 for 19$
under sponsorship of the Collegeof It EPY OF
Architecture and Fine Arts. Lettuce 25$ a head A C )

Dr. Zucker currently lectureson Delicious Apples 1 10$ each
the history of art of the New
Oranges 69 dozen ES
School for Social Research in New $ per LSE L' cACf

York City. He is a native of Ber- Potatoes 5 I Ibs. for 33$
lin and a recognized architect of
that city.
Dr. Zucker was educated at the See Our New Line of Delicious Italian
universities of Berlin and Munich,
Spaghetti and Cheeses
and served on the faculty of the
technical institutes of Berlin and

Munich.In .
his lecture Dr. Zucker will

discuss the series of pilgrimage WANELLI & EDWARDS
churches in Bavaria built In the .Carmanella'sGourmet
18th century to re-awaken and establish ,

fervor for Catholicismafter MARKET & .t4
two centuries of Protestant : f ;!
He will Illustrate his
domination.
Within Walking Pittance Shop Delicatessen Room
talk with color slides which em- 2410 NEWBERKY ROAD Dining

phasize the form, vivid color and across from Beta Woods Of Corrv Village.
blending of architecture, paintingand Open 7 ,days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 yV. Univ.

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4 The Florida Alligator ThursdayJanuary 23,1964 Casual Observations


The Metallic Monster WinsBy


..editc> :ma: :J. of tensed -
aportentousforbodingof readiness.
meated with
WAYNE NORFLEET Six feet two Harbouring in
impending doom. my soul the
Editorial Editor inches and several hundred poundsof pulsing cry of fear and clutching l
Last winter I had an English
with in
a
burly strength glowered my perspiring palm the silver
Eliminate The Bread LineIn professor who said, "Whenever missa I menacing expression of flushed disk" that was to be my weapon

go downstairs, I never dislike. Then without the ripple ofa I started (with a thousand U
chance to kick the coffee machineas weeping
denials in
sinew the expression every movement :
single ) p
a previous editorial (Jan. 10), we lauded the avowed Intention of I go by." He went on to explain hostility.The inching advancement the
of that
changed to one open took eJ
President Johnson to billion dollar exactness ofa me
wage a war on poverty. with the meticulous
in within reach of
stare enveloped me my opponent.
Yesterday, he unveiled part of the plan In a message to Congress. drama professor, that the coffee blank
Although many of the details won't be made public until specific leg- machine was his mortal enemy.He an aura of shivering helplessnessand el
Reaching up, my hand m
despair.
islation Is recommended, he Indicated that education would play a key carefully documented his accusations cowering hovered
Reaching back into the darkness nervously near the opening before w
role In his endeavor. with numerous Incidences -
of underhanded devious- of my fear, I desperately graspedat fear would allow the fingers to it
the ravelling threads of my disentangle from around the silver h
the of"the monster".
With the admission that the causes of poverty are wide spread and ness on part vanishing courage. Tugging with disc.
after he had returned to
multifaceted, he indicated that the attack would have the diversificationand such Long subjects as Strlnd- determined strength, I pulled them OJ

flexibility necessary to adapt Itself to the Individual problems of sterling and Materlink mind into a constricted knot of resolu- The Jangling clink of the quarter c''
my
berg
different localities. dwelled on the subject, of the tion that stuck like woolen steelin falling in the slot elicited a spark a.
of of hope as it fell all the P
humanist.' attributes of vending the dry rasping cavern my way to
the coin box but the
With this aim, the President indicated he realized that to feed the machines. throat. ; feeling drifted

hungry and subsidize the unemployed are only temporary measures Thus for a year my spirit has Luckily, I managed one gasping Into despair when the "coinreturn" 0..

that meet an immediate need; and to try to stretch them into the role been honed to a keen edge of ner- whisper, articulating the magic remained distressingly

of a long-term cure would be In effect, to subsidize poverty Itself. vous expectance, that manifests itself words designed to put steel in my silent. A tentative pressings of the

every time I approach a backbone, fire in my eyes, and lust "cold milk" button confirmed my I

vending machine. courage in my heart "I ama worst fears, as the only responsewas

The changing face of American technology brings with it a changein The following Is ficticious (for Florida man" a metallic wheeze and mere

the type of workers needed to keep the economy moving. The worker you naive ones), but it gives good Bolstered by the utterance, silence. : ,

without a higher skill level finds himself being replaced by a machine; indication of what the consequences I gathered my senses into a coiled My challenge had been answeredthe

while often the employer has difficulty finding men with the necessary COULD have been if I carried my spring of throbbing anticipation and -- battle was on!
to that shifted six foot, three inch,one
training run machine. "war" a little further. my to tradition
Adhering
first
my
The whole atmosphere was per- hundred pound frame into position
action was a concerted assault on

the bent coin release lever, with

When a man reaches middle age it is difficult to adjust to these the usual negative results;couple

new higher demands; and industry is reluctant to Invest in his trainingin Again For A Sandwich of good healthy kicks produced the

ordi": : to reap the comparatively few years of productivity they feel normal assortment of rumbling

he will be able to contribute.So EDITOR: awoke, took my dollar, and gave nothingness, and I moved with Increasing -

me my change. At last I could vigor to the shake, curse
I recall that last trimester a eat. A considerable time had and pound arena of the battle.

the ranks of the "unemployable" the early retirees, and the letter of protest was printed con- elapsed since I had first ordered. As the machine Increased its

unskilled young people slip Into the cauldron of the metropolitan slum, cerning the Tolbert Area Snack stolid resistence, I began to warm

in order to live on their small Income from the welfare state. Bar, better known as the "Greasy Aside from a few of the griev- to the battle (yea my soul was '
after the ances which I have listed ,a few "
Spoon. Immediately set aflame) with a zeal and determination -
printing of that letter, conditionsat other persons who were with me that would not,COULD
the "Spoon" at the time, also have their gripes.
For a free man, that bread which he has not earned has a bitter improved con- not be denied.
siderably but have For example roommate
crust.It lately things my
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become even worse than before. ordered a sliced turkey club, and Back Into the satchel of des-
Is comforting to note that the hand which holds out this crust
This evening I attended the received a tuna club. Also, the peration reached my spirit --
will be followed by one containing the educational tools with which
men may learn to bake their own bread. "Spoon" to eat. I ordered a manner in which sandwiches are pulling out a fantastic array of

W.C.N. sliced turkey club sandwich on prepared Is maddening. Double jimmying tools, slugs, bent coins

plain bread. After being given decker sandwiches are cut into) and new curse words. A frenzied

ticket number 37, I waited for quarters, which almost Invariablytears blur of activity punctuated with

my order. Finally, number 37 the bread. Then they are groans clangs and curses cul-

He DID GraduateA was called. However, it was onlyto held together by toothpicks. They minated in a sobbing figure

find out what I had ordered.It usually hold together for a maxi- slouched in despondent, utter defeat -

seems that my order was writtenin mum of five seconds. When one against the cold unyielding
letter from an irate recent graduate of the UF ran in yesterday's
a scrawl, illegible to the em- begins to eat, he is confronted surface until the soft echo of
Alligator charging the university with holding back his diploma becauseof
ployees. By this time the ordersup with a torn mass of bread,lettuce, a shrill metallic laugh kicked the
a 5 cent fine on an overdue library book that had, In reality, It said,
to number 48 had and oozing tomato all
already been heaped together final crutch; leaving the spirit to
been paid long
ago.
called. on a small plate. flow In a rivulet of tears down
The university library checked its records thoroughly yesterday and
between the tUes.Reclamation .
discovered: The "Spoon's" manner of pre-
1. The man, HaiJd Green, had not been charged with the 5 cents After a wait of about ten more paring hamburgers is also
minutes my number was called
overdue fine. suffering. When
business Is slow
shelved in the of again. This time It was to find rehabilitation, and
2. The book involved was presently library the about a half dozen hamburgersare
out whether I had ordered a club today was the day I was supposedto
School of Journalism where it was supposed to be. fried, then deposited in a tin
3. Green's diploma was NOT held up because of the fine but had sandwich, or a plain sandwich. can which sits next to the cornerof be released back into the world.

been mailed to his home address in Fort Lauderdale. Eventially, it Is After another extended wait, my the grill. When someone ordersa Until the doctor came in.

some where enroute to Green who is now In Texas. number was called for the third hamburger in the middle of the "Son, would you mind running
time. This time it was to find down the hall and getting me a car-
The Alligator would like to apologize to the university library service afternoon, he receives a cold piece
and to Mrs. Rita Barlow, the librarian who was falsel charged with out what I wanted to drink. It of meat on a cold bun, as he ton of orange juice from the
seems that this was also illegibleon machine?"
the
oversight in the letter. breaks out In a cold sweat.
The Alligator has sent a lettertoGreenat his Texas address pointingout the order. Needless to day, Possibly, the printing of this

it is against the law to send false information to any newspaperand by this time my starving body letter will bring some of the stu- Send MoneyEDITOR
filled
asking him to set the matter straight with The Alligator and with was with wrath.At dents gripes to the attention of
last my order was done.
the
university. the
University Food Service.
But things were not In hand yet. I
W.W.L. :
only hope that it is
I Mil had not gotten my handson successful. We have from a 13 century

it. The process for distributing Name Witheld Oxonian undergrad:

orders at the "Spoon," is that

The Florida AlligatorServed when orders are finished they AmericansShould This is to Inform you thatI

are placed on a table until some am studying at Oxford with

by United Press International employee gets tired of staring the greatest diligence, but the

blankly into thin air, and gives matter of money stands greatlyin

Editor .. .. . .. ... .. .. ... .. ... Walker Lundy your order to you. There sat SpeakEDITOR the way of my promotion,

Managing Editor . .. .. . . .. .. .. ... Bill Fuller my order with one other. But, as it Is now two months sinceI

Assistant Managing Editor.. ... .. .. .. .. ... .'.John Askins for once, I was in luck; mine : spent the last of what you

Editorial Editor . ... . . .. ... . .. Wayne Norfleet was first in line. Those of us "Silent Americans"who sent me. The city is expen-

Sports Editor . .. ... . .. .. .. .. .. . Dave Berkowltz paid respect to the late Pres- sive and makes many demands;

Wire Editor .. ... .. ... .. ... ... . .. . Bob Thomas Finally, one ambitious employee ident should not so quickly forgetnor I have to rent lodgings, buy

Feature Editor .. . .. . . .. .. .. . Cynthia Tunstall sauntered over to where the two eternally remain silent. necessaries, and provide for

Campus Living Editor ... ... . ... . Judy Lynn Prince orders sat. After examining the I think we must recognize the many other things which I can-
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Glenn Laney, tickets on both of them, she principles which motivated a group not now specify. Wherefor I respectfully -
of
Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and promptly picked up the order University faculty members and beg your paternitythat
Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Mlke. behind mine and gave it to its students to go to Ocala and bear by the promptings of divine -

Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, owner. By this time I was witness to these principles. In the pity you may assist me,
fac
Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol seriously' considering walking out. of the treatment they received so i.iat I may be able to com-

Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald But soon my order was called.At there, can we remain silent? plete what I have well begun.

Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, last I had it there in my There is no longer time to bea For you must know that with-

J Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer, hands, but my troubles were still time"Silent American." When the out Ceres and Bacchus Appollo

Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, not over. comes to speak for princi- grows cold .
Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gary tothe trouble was paying for ple, if we are silent, who will Annon.

Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. the food. After giving my orderto speak for us? if we have a com- From: The Renaissance of the
me, the employee had returnedto mitment to the American way of Twelfth by Charles
century;
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of her day-dreams. For what life then we must speak out now Homer Haskins I II

the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except seemed like an hour, but was and applaud the honesty of purpose I

during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly Issue Is pub- probably closer to a minute, I and the strength and dignity of Americans J. P. KondeM

lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matterat stood waving a dollar bill i in who speak out. P. L. Brault

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. front of her face. Finally she Florence B. Gluckman .< W. CbamYPage



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Panama _
U.S. EmbassyPANAMA -- -- ----- -----

by REID POOLE head of UF music department

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CITY (UPI) -- The other foreign posts. A third group

[united States was reported preparing has been Instructed to remain in .

I yesterday to transfer some the zone on a stand by basis The Florida Music Educators intendent of Public Instruction,was

| embassy personnel out of Panama. pending any possible diplomatic Association held Its Twentieth the speaker at the main sessionof

Some 300 staff members of the renewal with Panama. Annual Convention and Music 1TL the'convention. He put Florida's

embassy and related agencies were Only government agency not affected Clinic in Daytona Beach on Jan- school picture in perspective, reviewing -

moved into the Canal Zone last by the transfer orders is the great strides made
uary 9, 10, and 11. Attended by
week when Panama made formal the Peace Corps. Its members are through the Minimum Foundation
633 school and college music
its break in relations with Wash- at their assigned posts and will teachers and some two thousand Program and through such implements -

ington. The embassy was closed. continue operations until further as accreditation stand-
high school students, the con-
Reliable sources said one groupof notice. -.., ards. lie lauded the music teachersfor
vention Indicated clearly that
about 23 embassy staffers, including One of the main embassyconnected N 4 their Interest in the total educational -
music Is an essential in Florida'seducational
Marine guards, would be groups affected by the orders picture. Like many r picture and urged themto

assigned to the U.s. Consulate In from Washington is the aid aspects of Florida's burgeoning keep in mind always the Importance -

City which remains mission. of properly balanced
Panama open.A It has not resumed development, music in the public a
second is being moved functions total .
group since American officials schools a* 1 colleges has a healthy program.Ed.
of Panama to Washington or Henderson Executive Sec-
out moved into the zone last. Friday.I record of accomplishment. How- ,
retary of the Florida Education
ever, rather than resting on any
Association at the convention
spoke
laurels, the music teaching pro-
Khrushchev Castro He traced the
banquet. progress
fession is bending its efforts
made in recent years in teachers'
I toward more clearly defining its
salaries and stated that the 1963
proper place in the rapidly

Olive changing total educational struc- legislation session was one of the
Extend BranchMOSCOW
most fruitful history for Florida
t ture, and outlining, and effecting,
the steps that need to be taken REID POOLE schools and the teaching pro-
'fession. The recent legislature enacted -
and in the immediate future
now ,
school needs to provide well a law declaring that teachingis
(UPI)-PremierNikita a hunting expedition with Khrush- with regard to music in the schools. in the
S. Khrushchev and Cuban Premier chev. trained personnel, adequate facilities legally a profession

Fidel Castro declared last night The communique said Cuba was SEVEN OR EIGHT PERIOD DAY definite time during the school State of Florida; this honors

that Cuba "is prepared to do willing to improve relations with day, and broad curricular offerings teachers at the same time that it

in the arts for all students." challenges the teaching professionto
everything necessary to establish the United States "on the basisof The F.M.E.A. passed unani-
In addition to passing the resolution measure up to professional
good neighbor relations" with the the principles of peaceful coexistence mously a resolution urging all :
the teachers found them- standards such as those which obtain
United .;'tales. of states with different school officials to employ school
selves also provided with sample in law and medicine.
But this olive branch extendedto social systems. day in high schools of seven or
for scheduling a 7 or
Washington in a Joint com- "Due to the aggressive policy eight periods instead of time suggestions
to take back to their MUSIC FESTIVALThe
8 period day
munique, was coupled with clear of the bellicose militaristic cir- honored six-period day, in orderto
of the
to In most striking aspect
own school situations, help
cles of the United States towards
warning that the Soviet Union would provide adequate opportunitiesfor
the working out of solutions for entire clinic is that It Is a con-
r, render assistance to Cuba "with Cuba, the Joint communique said, students to take required and Sat-
centrated music festival. On
their schools.
all means at its disposal" if the "the area of the Caribbean still elective courses in musical per- State
the
urday afternoon, new
Island were attacked by the United remains a zone of tension. forming organizations, in general
MULTI-FACETED ACTIVITIESThe Opera Association of Florida pre-
fi States. music, music history, and music
sented FJS.U. composer Carlisle

theory. The F.M.E.A. resolution Florida Music Educators "Susannah" in Pea-
I Movie I Floyd's opera
The communique also announcedthat Log quoted from a Position Paper a-
Sedare
meetings are not only business and body Auditorium. Robert
Russia's new trade agree- dopted by the National Associa-
executive board meetings for the conducted and soprano lied
ment with Cuba calls for the pur- tion of Secondary-School Princi-
F.M.E.A. and the component Svendsen the title role.
FLORIDA Charade 1,3:06,5:12 parent sang
: ,
chase of more than $2.5 billion pals in 1962, entitled "The Artsin
of teachers and directorsIn Richard Collins was most effective -
7:18 and 9:24. Through Wednesday. groups
worth of sugar with Russian goods the
Comprehensive Secondary
the of band orchestra the Olin Butch.t .
GAINESVILLE DRIVE-IN -- Move areas as preacher,
.
over a six-year period.PUBLICATION School": "Neither an outstanding
OF the com- Over, Darling: 7 and 10:57. Daysof nation individualcan vocal, elementary, college, and
or a worthy
munique came at the end of the Wine and Roses: 9. Ends Today. be' intellectually mature general music, but also are actual 000000000000000000 00!

Starts Friday -- Kings of the Sun. working "clinics" with guest expert -
official part of Castro's visit to and aesthetically impoverished.School .
STATE Waltz of the Toreadors: clinicians who demonstrate
-
the Soviet Union. The Cuban programs should reflect a

leader traveled yesterday to the 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9. Through Sat- balanced image of social and artistic teaching methods and techniquesand
bring news and evaluation of
Ukrainian capital of Kiev for urday. values. Every secondary "
recent publications of music and

"' '" school music texts. Some 14 guest


I III Packaged News I from conductors within and the state clinicians and from came as


Colorado.far away as Washington state, and t

I t
Stanley Chapple, the famous
Priority Set Malaysia SummitJAKARTA
France BlastedTOKYO British-born conductor of opera

(UPI)--Belgian For- GENEVA (UPI) -- The United Indonesia (UPI)-- and symphony, now at the Univer-

Gen. Robert F. sity of Washington in Seattle,
eign Minister Paul HenrlSpaaksaid States yesterday gave priorityin Atty. Kennedy

yesterday France's decision East-West disarmament negotiations conferred with Indonesian Pre- brought the All-State High School

to proposals sident Sukarno for the second Symphony Orchestra to peak of
to recognize Communist ,
China was "an obvious step mutual reductions of armed time in a week yesterday excellence performance not pre-

,backward for the North Atlantic forces, cuts In military budgets seeking agreement on a three- viously equalled. Jean Berger, the

,Treaty Organization" and a and an accord to prevent the nation Malaysia summit meet- composer, was the conductor of

nuclear weapons. Ing to prevent a major junglewar the All-State high school chorus.
blow to American policy in Asia. spread
The former NATO secretary U.s. negotiations singled out that might involve the Richard Bowles, Director of Bandsat

the University of Florida,turnedin
offeringthe United States.
general strongly criticized the three proposals as
for quick There were new signs that his usual excellent work as
President Charles de Gaulle for most hope pro-
East-West Kennedy was succeeding in his conductor of the All-State Junior
toward agree-
deciding to establish ties with gress
the Peking regime without first ment at the 17-natlon disarm- mission to arrange a summit High School Band. And there were

consulting the Western Allies ament conferences.The meeting among Sukarno, Malaysian others too numerous to mention

Premier Tengku Abdul here.
American negotiatorsset
"having heavy responsibilities
in Asia," Including the United aside for the time beinga Rahman and Philippine Presi-

longer range desire for a ban dent Diosadado Macapagal.The BASIC ISSUES
States.
nuclear tests to 39-year-old attorney Thomas D. Bailey, State Super- P.A..OK: : 1L
underground
or
"I regret very much that a
general was sent to the Orientby
East-West
for immediate
decision of such Importance had push
President Johnson to get the Pi.RHfWhllo
not been made through a general bargaining on less complicated \
three chiefs of state togetherto
issues.
consultation, he said.
stop border fighting between
"If one country refuses preliminary -
Indonesia and Malaysia on Borneo sightseeing upon

consultations, there Soviets Fishy? from exploding Into a full- thn beach or sailing vessel -

will be others which will followin a hooded jacket of
fledged jungle war.Stadium .
its footsteps and general con- hand woven India Mad r

sultations will Become more WASHINGTON (UPIRap- ras wilt provide proper

and more difficult." idly expanding Soviet fishing ProbedW f.ovor for \\f} gi..ntloman.

fleets shouldering their way into -

U.N. Racial Visit the traditional fishing \SH1NGTON (UPI) --The 12.95 & 15.95
armed with in the
and other FBI testimony
of America
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. ground Robert G. Bobby Baker case, Ul1rJ
have added a dangerousnew
(UPI The United Nations nations
--
is investigating the award of
of International conflict -
source
subcommission the
on preven- contracts involved in
tion of discrimination and pro- a report prepared for the certain TO LOOK CLEAN CUT,
construction of the capital'sS23

tection of minorities will makea Senate Commerce Committee million D. C. Stadium, It GET A CLEAN CUT

four-day visit to Atlanta,C a., warned esterday. was disclosed yesterday.The .
at the request -
to study the U.S. racial pro- A report prepared FBI and Justice Depart-
chairman
blems first-hand it was announced of committee
WINDY'SBARBER
DWash. ment interest In the case was
Warren G. Magnuson,
.
yesterday.The ravenous" revealed by informed sources
and
said "prowling
commission is composedof
following publication of testimony -
contributedto
fleets had
experts from 14 countrieson Russian insurance dealer DonB. SHOP
tensions by moving into by 13 West UnIverSity
five continents who sit as
before the Senate
waters off the United States and Reynolds 1125 1 West Univ. Ave.
individuals rather than as governmental Rules committee.

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CLASSIFIEDS Dr. Holcomb Gives Final Address I IDr.



Harmon Holcomb will give Comes of Age." lie Is professor of philosophy A. with high honors at Southwestern
the last major address of Re- Dr. Holcomb spoke at noon today of religion at Colgate Rochester University In 1939. He obtaineda
liglon-ln-Llfe Week tonight at 7:30 on "Doubt and Affirmation in Dlvlnty School. B. D. at Colgate Rochester,
In University Auditorium.His Faith," at a luncheon in the Stu- Born and educated In the deep which also gave him a fellowshipfor
Il47 N.W. 36th St. 3 bedrooms12 topic will be "Atheism dent Service Center.Graeffe's South, Dr. Holcomb received a B. graduate study.
bath fallout shelter 100'y
,
He has done advanced studiesat
| 264' wooded lot. $19,600. $500
Harvard University,Oxford Uni-
own 6-3384. Large patio, walnutlabeled The People/ vs.Socrates' versity in England, and the Uni-
den, central heat. (A-6t- versity of Munich In Germany.Dr. .

16-c). Holcomb received Harvard'sBowdoin
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EST HOME BUY. Under$20,000 Set For One Night Stand Friday"The L.L.D. from Prize Keuk and College an honorary in 1960.
lor 3 br 2 bath
this charming ,
He is a member of the Societyof
bpme. Located on a large lot on Biblical Theologians and the
aved street. Fenced backyard for People vs. Socrates", a when things "seem" to go wrong. performances to his credit for Re- Theology-Science Discussion
Dialogue for Readers
Eight
writ-
hildren and pets. Handsome living ligion-in-Life Week"Moses In theDesert1962
ten by Associate Humanities Pro- Other readers will include Associate Group, which draws together na-
room opens into screenedrch. fessor Didier A. Graeffe will be Pro*ssor of Social ; "Lot's Wife" 1961; tionally-known theologians and
Telephone Arnold Realty ,and "Daniel 1960.Students .
,
presented by the Religion-in-Life Sciences Dr. George E.WoW, scientists.In .
bo. 372-3522. (A-77-5t-d. Week Committee and the Human- as the political wire-puller, April of last year, Dr. 1101-

ities Department tomorrow, at Anytus. Raymond M. Belrne, Assistant comb was a delegate to an inter-
8:15 p.m. in the University Aud- Professor of English, will national conference on science,
ForRerrl itorium. read the part of Plato. Dr. ArthurL. philosophy and theology inSwltzer-
Funk, Professor of Humanities, land, and helped to prepare an official -
will preside over the court. Finally report of that conference.

OUSE FOR RENT One year The trial of Socrates, based on Herman Levy, a graduate C-5
lease $ 12 5 per month. Locatednear Plato's "Apology," is the settingfor Instructor, will play the "Heck
[ Lit t1 e woo d Elementary the play. The theme concerns ling Student" in the audience. Michalson

School. 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Call the conflict of the contemporaryand This year's play will be per-
(Arnold Realty Co. 2-3522. (B-77- the historic intellectual with formed only once. Graeffe's
|5t-c). society. "I've tried to be objective "Odysseus and the Women" last Delivers
and fair," said Graeffe, "and show year was presented twice to
the people's and the intellectual'sside. standing-room-onlyaudlences.
I APARTMENT furnished air-con-
After alljthe IntellectualIs Dr. Graeffe has three* previous
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d1t1oned. LIe> a small home
not always right," he added. Major TalkThe
near campus. Also room In prIvate -
I home with or without kitchen To Form

(privileges. Home atmosphere.
Unlike Dr. Graefee's last play, meaning of the Christians's
6-0410. (B-67-tf-c). "Odysseus and the Women," this knowledge of God Is not that we

one is in a serious vein. However, World/ Work Corps"An know God but that God knows us,

FURNISHED 2 bedroom apart- there will be "certain spoofing and that we allow Him to be

ment. Half block from campus. aspects" said Graeffe. estimated 900 college Summer Service, room 1206, 475! hidden, Dr. Carl Michalson said
Kitchen with electric stove and students will put their human relations Riverside Drive; on study In a major Religion-in-Life talk

refrigerator. Suitable for up to The play is not written for actors and technical skills to the programs, working seminars, and Tuesday night.
4 girls or a family. AvailableFeb. but specifically for eight college test this summer as members ofa ecumenical projects In the U.s.
1st. FR 6-4300 evenings bet- professors. Dr. Graefe said the volunteer work corps being sent from Presbyterian Summer Ser-
ween 5 and 6. (B-78-3t-c). professors will in actuality be over the nation and the world. vice and Study Projects, 825! "What Is more Important In

playing themselves. Only one, the The group, working under the life -- who you know or who knows
FOR INFORMATION on cooper- accuser, Meletus, represented by auspices of the United Presby- Classes Set"Short you," the professor of systematic
ative apartments in new University Humanities Professor Dr. James terian Church, will take part in courses tree of charge theology asked In his talk on"How
urban renewal projects and workon to Know The Hidden God."
will role outside
Park Hodges, play a
development write P.O. Box for the wives of UF students will
besides
Indian reservations,
11025, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. himself. working in ecumenical work camps begin next Wednesday, January 28,
(B-80-10t-c). at 7:30 p.m. In UF'Women's Club-
abroad. house, SG Secretary of Mar. God Is not hidden because of
Graeffe believes his play's char- Volunteers are generally expected -
Tied Students Affairs Jeff Ray announced the astigmatic vision of man but
DOUBLE ROOMS FOR RENT.Private acters are not unique to this uni- to pay their own trans- yesterday.Mrs. because of His nature. lie Is the

entrance, maid service, well- versity but can be found in every portation costs, although limited Josephine H. McSwine, UF creator -- the source, and the
heated. $22.50 per month. Call college faculty.Dr. scholarship aid is available. of
Home Demonstration Agent will price being the source Is to
2-9222. (B-76-5t-c). Applications will be accepted from remain "
hidden, he said.
teach the classes. Her aim is to
students of other than
help the wives Improve and expand
LARGE T. Walter Herbert, Proto Presbyterian background. their basic of
sewing
MODERN, 1 bedroom techniques ,
Application forms and detailed
of English, will star In the playas and said.
apartment. Completely furnished overseaS cooking, knitting, Ray
information about
Associate Professorof "God Is hidden because of the
2 blocks from Campus. Call 2- Socrates. The first lesson will deal with the
5640 English, P. David Stryker, will projects and work camps is available of bread. necessary loneliness of respon-
after 5 p.m. preferably preparation yeast
from the Office of Student
between 5 and 7 p.m. (B-77-tf-c). play the part of Aristophanes, the After this Initial meeting, the sibility. You can not bring God
World Relations 924 475
comic playwright. Dr. Graeffe room group will meet on the last Mondayof 'out of hiding because he must
himself will act as the stage man- Riverside Drive, New York, N.Y. each month, he said. Classesare remain the source of all possibi-
DUPLEX 1 bedroom manager's role 10027; on U.S. based community lity. Mortal attributes
apartment, ager. The stage sponsored by SG in cooper- are not
furnished, full tile bath. $65 a will be to introduce the play and service, volunteer, and work- ation with University Dames, and applicable to God," Dr. Mlchalson
month. Call 6-8144. (B-79-3t-c). give explanations to the audience camp projects from Student!; the UF Agricultural Service. said.MAC'S .
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By GLENN LANEY are unbeaten at home as six In the opening game of the season with the Southeastern ConferenceSEC In comparing common opponentsfor
Assistant Sports Editor straight opponents have met defeat for both teams the Gators handledthe ( ) basketball championshipthis the season the records show
on the Seminole's court. Seninoles with ease. A highly season. However,final judge- the UF and FSU have played seven
Florida meets their opening Most recent to feel the stingof partisan crowd saw the Gators ment will have to be held until similar opponents. Both teams
game opponents again tonight when defeat in Tully Gym was top the Seminoles by 23 points, the Gators finish their next home claim victories over Auburn,
they invade Tallahassee for a game Georgia, who defeated the Gators 7855. stand against tough SEC powers. Tampa, Manhattan, and Miami.
with the Seminoles of Florida 59-57. If Florida Is to get backon However, in this game the The Seminoles started off very The Gators lost to Tulsa and Georgia -
State. the winning track they will Gators will have no home court slow this season losing four of two teams the Seminoles beat.
FSU is sporting a 7-7 record have to break this formidable home advantage. They have also proven their first five games. They bring The Seminoles lost to the Air
while the UP enters the contest court jinx the Seminoles holdover themselves somewhat inept at win- a red hot team against Florida Force, a Gator Bowl Tournament
with a 7-4 mark. The Seminoles their opponents. ning away from home. Not countingthe tonight. victim of Florida.

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The Florida if,'' I itt Alligator 2 SGCondid ates Slate Debate Student Government (8(j) presidential taniidata F rank Hai sliw and Ken Kennedy agreed to a .1an. 29 (ebate with 'wi stipulations altar het ini the Llniversity Auditorium. Under present plans, the debate will begin at 7:30 p.m. Harshaw, of V .o.tEi. Party, anti Kenmedy, of (,atur Party, .irreptt(d invitations from Freshman Class President Bill Wood to the meeting. Both candidates have canvassed dorms most of this week, with more of the same being planned. Kennedy continued his rounds of the dorm,, last right aid said he would probably "dt more of the same tonight." Gator Party workers met at the Aiph' Tau Omega fraternity house last night for a combination strategy session and dance with the oppor-tunity to hear from several of the party's candidates. V.O.T.E. Party Chairman John Hitch said their campaign has picked up "added strength" with both Harshaw and Vice Presidential hopeful * 'Poop 'Rules E nforce passing "poop streets" under dormitory doors after II p.m. is illegal, but there really isn't much election officials can do to enforce the rule accordingtostudent Government (SG) Sec. of Interior Bill De~rove. Election rules call for"Nopersonal contact nor distribution of materials In or around residence halls between the hours of 11 p.m. arnd 6 a.m."' Rules concerning materlals, places for ramipaigniing and unauthoritud removal cr destruction of materials are distributed to both parties by 1)eGrove. The rules are intended bo discourage the unreasonable litter of campus with excessive quantities of loose and usually unreadi papel Decrove said. DeGrove and fourelectiondeputies from each party will be deputized campus policemen by Chief Audie 1L. Shuler to patrol the campus for elect ron rules violators. %Woonlng, te Cr .1 n g opposing party posters from boards, will be strictly enforced,'" Dec rove said. 'Contrary to opindiin, we do not need pictures to identify violators, only identification by a deputy." B anner During A large Cator Part) b yesterday morning, bec hours by a V.O. to fire charges at the ot 1D1ck Adams canvassing dorms. He said, "Our campaign has picked up momentum it didn't have before. We've been very umpressed with the way Frank and Dick have been received in the Hthsaid the dorm canvassing since Monday. He said Harshaw and Adams have been listening to students' opinions on what services SG should provide. Also, he said, they have been listening to student complaints. I-e said his party would announce its platform either today or tomort row. Party officials were distributing a profile sheet on Harshaw's qualifications in the dorms last night, he said. The V.O.T.E. Party will also sponsor a social for Independent girls from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday in the P1 Kappa Alpha fraternity house, Hitch said bus service from the women's dorms to the friter-. nity house would he pi ovidel. Gold water KEENF, N. P. ((P1 -Sen Harry Goldwater rtmpaig',ed yes tnrday in New hlampshire with a de mand foi revision of the U ited Nations (harici to prevent the admission of Comunimnst China. Goldwater, accompained by hiwife, Margar.I, was on the second day of his three-day swing through New Flampshi e which holds the nation's first presidential primary March I0. Disappears Night Raid ,annier mysteriously disappeared earhy omitg replaced later ii the pre-dawn Party flannel, hut both sides refussdl her or .idnii grIt. 0n trM .n1 to in, (01 nW jf Belntok Senate WASHINGTON (UPI) -cr,ate Finance CommItee tentatively approved the key section of the big tax cut bill yesterday, slashing rates top-to-bottom for vir-. tudlly every American who pays federal income taxes. The reductions, staged over two years, would amount to a net cut A fter 20 Group OKs Legislation of about $9 billion when fully effent lye In 1905 -the biggest tax cut for individuals In history. The committee, however, did rot complete all work on the priority $11.1 billion tax reducation bill,* a u"must,'' ini President Johnson's d(,mtstl.' program. Final action may no me today or Light e d ir Wait -Yec By MIKE POWER Stoff Writer High-powered lights will t,45k t Broward Arnet trais r nrts starting in, April alter mute than 20 year', of efforts to hav.' them installed. St udenit Bodty Pres. Paul Ilienitrlik yesterday inmergid victorious from conferenics with Tigirt hail uffhutrls ,lbut Ihe reasibrlity of such I ighti i. lie said administration jfl itis ind 'hysicil iiuatimn [)ei I).K. Stanley wer. initially opposed] to lihi lights itifti I11 hi crf.nrirs. with thinm, which begin Tuesday-. fenrmi ick said pi oposals to light the cuts have been submitted to Student Govprnmnt officials by various cmpus groups eve, y year tie 1939. The most recent, .mdl t he on. whi Ih finally won approval, ar,,, innm the Women's Studirnt A ssoei itin n jud driru I esideni (OUnISC Krs. Legaionste (ppoui Ia wSn I erdent of the stnude~ ni' evpt talked wrIth Tigit t 11.11 officials Plumb s nil, Friday. The panel still ha~s an'umber of amendments to dispose of. In approving the big rate cut ror individuals, the 17-member tax-writing group adopted without change the schedule in the bill I., passed by the House Sept. 25. The vote was unaiimous. (oupled with other actions .1'ready taktri, th,. rate cuts woub remlov,. bout 1.5 million persionb provide e lIb1wr .1 bn nfhts for an either 50 million taxpayers, ried .iiir poor, ini all itnie hi rkI'th jiti 18.8 -w r-i for all tax. payers. Tax brackets row ranging frnom low of 20 per re ii to a to or 91 pet tint would be r oiled bar tnt a riirgi ,A 14 t, 71) per cent b The fominn tel~ e already his ap proved $2.3 billion ini tax 'Ili. for In estimated P76,000 corp oral i'ns, trimming the< orporat rate from 52 per cent to a IC trp of 48 per nerd. This will b, C ffec tiv, In full next year. 1 ThIs May Be Ahead For Some U F IStudents. See Tomorrows Alligator I -1 To0 Courts "V -----|

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UF For In Pe Program ace Corps? lhe IIIa N n i'i ll,4( N. M'niAl i t h iii to if ii, tiatiltg itpILE| Ui I wol provi
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City Bond Issue V ote Due I I .i r '(ill'tilIr t i [ 1 sL I [ e til e p i is etiti eXpaihht)Ih if mt l i i ti-fa. Iwo yQIr I' f (On, 'lit tei study hive gone inbc the Ii nulatiun if Ie p1 O5psedI prIollrlm, .14 i lin to Planoiiiii boath (htim i APThle needs evaluated by the'Liulitg Iboart Lm caching their rp(islOfl have arisen from the annexation of 18 square miles and 20,000 citizens in I 9C2, continued growth of the LI proposed Iotatioii if the new Veteran's Admixnistratton hospital, growth (if indus try ii (jamnesville jutdilnereas. ing dlemnajis for better municipal se1 hee. [lie UL'te saty wtilgain from the project, actorling to City MIainagzt Hill Grteen, because, ''What is aood for the city is goodl for the lIn ivers ity."' lie said he will have more ie taile d (omment onthe issue later. board Chai rman butt, who is I 7t0 (aiily inits ,it Cl ,1AC't I ARNOLD BUTT five I tieiiLpS, Wi Oil, 13% 'Ic tici ill Si jo I inl udeit ii tIN sit (Hu p1oei iou 0111 i plans fiir two file -tit, ietw ii I d~ iii] lith Ave., iutitl will be plaiieIAtliiinttsetion of Iin',' '' l y Ase.a til Newlwu Iv VI. This will itd io to the fir. protetion fin the Iin uversity, j aI d laniing 1 ettot [)oii Morgin. (test will be $100, 0(0 4&.toriing to Ihi.plicnningbtatt i repo t, (oistruttionl of .i new < bt hail iS txpketedi to cost $1 ,20,00O. Also listed in the iprovemnit program is n ,idititioii ti thiicty lib I ry costing $250, UO. A long withb a p roposed pul I works program costing $2t)0,04)0, the total expenditure lot the ,e rend group ofprortsIs estimated at $2,000,000. i L1 $1,t0iX,tX)(0, 44(4r ilgto tit ii WILLIAM GREEN a Ili k Wili t'b~ i e d Alltil ,Iu iklhttlsilu;. It i tfl IIW(I Ely "1 t leI ,.IIeIIIQsI 0'a ptit S thul L 5 ti Butt, his is .Irt Iof II ovrIIII 4 titi&,iil lti)grIam, it rtcr.tionail iitretmi whIltl will spheed1 tevel,miniit of the program. onthe roblltm if ,tromi di alit.ege, the .epor I 'tateel, "We feel .$20b,00) will take 'cre of that part if 1he progrAm that cannot tie met by tiiiuaul .pproprbatlis." thi. fit me! WAUiiwright .ind Nimscy to studyv the financling cijpabIlity L)I tII& City of (iaiinrsVIlh%," stat,.d Butt. The finhanitii P1)01p itiws IIh. city All Lsue $6 mihlionoW~inerel liligaioiI Bo Ids, athjir that, is ii a good jnisltion concerning Its Generail (Thllgatlur, debt. PRO Gainesville in six million doll POSED FIRE STA TION artists conception, will be poid for out ar bond issue. UF STUDENT HELPING ..as Bill Baker, 5AR, helping the City plementing proposals for the six million OUT of Gainesville in findollar bond issue. Historian Set To Speak hr. rPaul /ucker, noted Gernia delivens a public lecture oil the U F campus today. Hits tailk, ''Haroqut at It iii max --Exuberance in Bavaria,' is set for 8 p.m. in Mccarty Auditoriuni under sponsorship of the College of Architecture antd line A rts. Di. /uckei cur' ently lectures cin the historN of ait of the New School for Social Resemhhi 'in Nets York City. i-e us a i'atl't of Her liii and a recognized architect of that city. Dr. /,ucker was educated at the universities of Berlin and Munich, and served oji the faculty of the technical institutes of Berlin and Milk .56c per half gallon tomatoes. .4 for I9c Lettuce ..25c a head Delicious Apples .10c each Oranges ..69c per dozen Potatoes .5 lbs. for 33c See Our New Line of Delicious Italian Spaghetti and Cheeses I *., for of the PE i cA~E si stl | ,111<3

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~aCasual ObservaitOn~s editorials if'] n' IrI~'I I IC ey WA'NE N'Pt I I 4I i r 1' 1 4 ii .ttr I r,1| | Th 'Irt 1 a.1 Iiiit "i II as II it Iii .1 i t i I r I I , L. la ii (I *ie,.Lg '' I a Irbe I s pill 10111 spjI if]' k y With th, adI~h ssiOLI that Ih, cautss of pxive' ty a,. wide spreil .mdL multifaceted, he indPr ated that the attack wouldI have the dtverstfication und fle xihi lit y riec.s a ry I ii d.ip[ Itself to the I ndivi! ual priotlem,, if Iiflerent locajities. With this hungry anid thiat mi et an of A jong-Ie aim, the PresIdent Itiicated suibsidi/., the uiinimpliiyedI ar fiiediate iieFM; trid to tr y rm euro would be mn cffll The ctiangig fa e of Ame 'TC I n t vhno in the type of workers needed to keep the without a higher skill level finds himrself 1 while often the employer has difficulty fin training to run that miachmne. he r a!li/ed that to feed the Only temporary mnea,,ures to stretch them late the role ,to subsidi/ e poverty itself. logy brings with it a 'hange 'rornimy moving. The worker icing replaredl by a machine ding men with the necessary When a man reaches midle age it is difficult to adjust to these neW higher dcimiands arnd Induustry is reluctant to invest in his training in ord -to reap the comparatively rew years of productivity they feel he will be able to contribute. So the ranks of the unskIlled young people in order to live on their cr wi m. "unemployable" the early retirees, arid the slip into the cauldron of the metropolitan shin, small Income from the welfare state. For a free man, that bread which he has not earned has a bitter uist. It is comforting to note that the hand which holds out this crust II he followed by one containIng the educational tools with which *n may learn to bake their own bread. W.C.N A letter from a, I rate recent graduate of the UIF ran in yesterday's Alli14ator charging th. unlver sdy with holding back his diploma because of a 5 nit fitie oni ai tveldup lit,, ary tbonk that had, in reality, it said, benpaid long ago. Th. university y lI I ar y checked its records thoroughly yesterday and (F5COVe red: I. The man,, ha,i (iGreenl, had not iecri charged with the 5 tents ov Crdlut fine. 2. iTh book i ivo Ived w.S pit.sent! y shelved in the library of the School of Journalism where it was supposed to be. 3. Green's diploma was NOT held up because of the fine but had been nailed to his lione address in Fort Lauderd1ale. Event tally, it is so me whlerti eliroute to G ret'ni who Is IK)W in Texas. The Alligator would like to 4pologire Ic the Wive rsity library service and to Mrs. Itita Ittilow, the lit, saia who was filsely charged with the oven sight in the letter. The Alligator h as Sr it a left te toGrnec n t 1his Texas address p Int ng out it is against the law to selid false ijilci mation to any newspaper and asking hilm to set fhi Tmldtli straight with The Alligator and with the iuiiversitv. W.w.l. The Florida Alligator Served by U'nited Press international Editor ..-.WYalker Iundy M anagiiig lFdltor ....*. ..B1ll Fuller Assistant Managing Editor .chnAskns Editorial Editor .........Wayne Norflevt Sports Editor. .Dane Berkonit, Wire Editor ..,.,.Bjob Thomias Feature Editor .,,.*.,.(ynthta Tunstali Campus Living Editor .udy linn Prinre Editorial Assistants ..John IIanock, Ernie lit/, G lenn I.mey, G.1l Sobering, Nancy / inmmet, AIM, Camupbell, Betty Wendt, and Betsy Garrison. Reporters. Mike Power, Jim ciastello. Phil Hevener, Joel Giston, Doulas Molitor, Donita Matbison, Sall Stock, Kathie Marti, Carol Noble, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulles, Agnes Fowles, Ronald It it f pllv Fl .L r'(II hi (icleli 5I w iier miiItk? LI lS such sterling sujer s Vs is liul lberg 'lAnd Materlinuk, mly n diwelled on the snbput ofta m achinus. Thus for yIear my Sp11It lii beeli honed to kP&I PIg, ot e. VIHuS expetiii, thit rniuifests~ itself every timfli~ I pproh.i h a vending Tmichlii The following a fi tiniou ffm V(I! FLIIU olies), but it gives I goLt COCIID have beer if I iarried my "war"' a little fl ther. The whole at mo sphee PWais lie Awain For E1)ITOR: I recall that last I rimustci a letter of protest was pi inted ciicerning the Tolbert A rea Snack Bar, better known as the ''Greasy Spoon.' Immediately alter the printing of that letter, conditions at the "Spoo n" improved conside rably, but lately things have become even worse than before. This e ven ing I attended the "'Spoon"' to eat. I sliceu turicyci plain bread. After ticket number 37, I my order. F inally, was called. However to find out what Ih It seems that my ordei In a scrawl, illegible ployees. By up to number called. *ordered a ,andwlch or, being grnen waited for Ilumbe i 3? ,it wa., only 0d ordered. r was writteri to the em-. this time the orders 18 had already been After a wait of about teiniore minutes my number was called again. This time it was to find out whether I had ordered club sandwich, or a plain sandwich. After another extended wait, my number was called for the third time. This time It was to find out what I wanted to drink. It seems that this was also illegible or. the order. Needless to lay, bys is e my starving body At last my order was done. But things were not in hand yet. I AtilI had hot gotten my hands on It. The process for dIstributing on ders at the 'Spoon,'' Is that ahre p ;cd:n a table nti sm emiployee gets tired of staring bIlankly into thin air, and gives your order to you. There sat niy mrdcr with one other. But, for on., I was mi luck; mine Finally, one ambitious emiploy e stunitertd 0o en to whti e the two ot dei s sat. After examining the tickets on hot h id them, she Niompt pi ck ci up the o rier behind mine arid gIne it to its )'ntei. By t Ii s timie I wa sen iousl) tonsiderang w alking out, But soon mi order w as called. Ar list I had it therp i mi II'' I IlL' I the( I ii the I ii V 111% 1ik ICIL tIht iiiknss it spst slv~y gI sitl Svellig liii ads of my Hg't101 age. Tugging with iiied sit engih, I pulled them (111t1 ited knot of resol2it 51tick like woolen steel 'irn lbaipg lavern of my I i mriaged OTne gasping wh spit, i rtinfg the magic words designitd to put stedl in my Ibaikbone, Iii ii flu eyes, mcndlust ilirige ii rm, heart ..."I .ini I EFloridi m iali' .. molster id by the utterance, spring of th roting anticipation and shifted my six foot, three inch one jutudred pound frame into a position A Sand wich awoke, took miy lollart, and gave nme mly change. At last I could eat. A considerable time had elped since I had first ordered. Aside from a few of the grievances which I have listed, a few other persons who were with mle pt the time, also have their gripes. For example, my roommate ordered a sliced turkey club, and received a tuna club. Also, the manner in which sandwiches are piepareul Is maddening, Double decker sanodwi dhes are cut into quarters, which almost invariably tears the bread. Then, they are held together by toothpicks. They usually hold together for a maximinm of five seconds. When one begins to eat, hi' us confronted with a torn mas of bread, lettuce, arid ov/ng torm to, ill heaped togettler cii a smill plate. The 'Spoon's'' manlier of prepar ing h iimbu rge rs is also suffering. When business Is slow, about it half do/eii h amburgers are fried, then deposited in a tin can which sits next to the corner (if the grill. When semeotie orders a h tmnurger im afternoon, he r e mf mit on a breaks out in a Possibly, the letter will bi in dents gripes t( the UniversIty onl, hop. that Ithe middle of the icives a cold pipee toll bun, i.s he coln! sweat printing of this g some of the stuSthe attention of I ood Service. I it is succossful.Nimni \Vrhlct Americans Should Spek F ~TQ: those of us Silent A merirans" who paud C spect to the late Pres idenut shoufl riot so quic kly forget nor eternally I inan silent. I think &e mist recognu/e the pri nuiple which motivated group of L w ci it y Lao nty members and students to go to Ged,, and bear wit ness to these principle s. In the ftc of the t reitment they received there, i in we rrmir, silent There is no longer time in ha I I iII i ,| 3 | r Asitqnivl ii rlu wi dtIs w'yil 4, He"to 11(14lp, ihri ne usly nItT teeg feai would 111(1w h ,, tuseiittigle [tomi irmi i e The jangling , L' silent. A tentative pi r e "coid milk'' butter, IL ILL lwL worst fears, a~s the ot was a metallic whuee/, m silence. My challenge had l'*e' IIm --the battle was on' Adhering to traditil, Lum action was a COnhCel til j ull the bent coin release lm the usual negative result p. of good healthy kicks pIi (dIO ii normal assortnet (It Lumbl,t] nothingness, and I mehsP i at II creasing vigor to the 41akv, 'II and pound arena Ut thW Llr As the machine in r&L' w i e stolid resistence, I tegati IL A l to the battle (yea my 511u1 Wi set aflame) with a utal id termination that would iot,t I I [P' not be denied. Back into the satchel 'IIt Mperation reached my %[i I pulling out a fantastic IL jimmying tools, slugs, "Ls .FL and flew curse words. \i Illl blur of activity puinctuitrI 09 groans, clangs andt Litw 'S mniated in a soblilg tfill slouched in despondent, 111< I 4feat against the (01(1 hick 0 11 surface ..wil tIe soil '''I' Shrill metallic laugh k o kit 'II final crutch; leaving thi p1]R flow in a rivulet of teiL. between the tiles. Reclamation, rehabilitate 111, ia' today was the day I was MIi'e' to be released back into thi m I]Il U null the doctor CarL, il. 'Son, would you mmns Ion down the hail and getting' ri tori of orange juice Im r'l machine'" Send MoQcx EDITOH: We have from i II 1%iI L Oxonian undergrad: Ii studyingt xhid kl the greatest diligence, but tim in the way of my promoilI, as it is now two months 51111 I spent the last of what 1"'l sent me. The city is X dive and makes many dIema*,lI I have to rent lodgings, III necessaries, and provide fr many other things which I
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Personnel May 4 Leave 'U P anama tie Embassy mnas i c a I c en e I I V s I I I .i'iiie ianm mati. tot math Di tk in relations with WashI'ttii. The emlassy was IOSeEd. Keliabit sources 51( idii gtoup it ixblt 23 embassy staffers ii[iplitig Marine guards, would be signed to the U.S. Consulate in PuumaCity which remains open. second group is being moved out of Panama to Wash iigton or Khrushchev, Exted MTO8COW (UP!) -Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev and Cuban Premiier I nlet Castro declared last night hat C uba "is prepared to do everything necessary to establish good neighbor relations'' with the titted tates. Hut this olive branch, extended ti Washington in a joint cornmunique, was coupled with a clear warning that the Soviet Unionwould render assistance to Cuba "with all means at its disposal" if the island were attacked by the United States. The communique also announced that Russia's new trade agreemeut with Cuba calls for the puthbase of more than $2.5 billion gonth of sugar with Russian goods 'ivir a six-year period. UBuLICATIONatF the o trn fl icial part of Castro's visit to he Soyvwt Umlon. The C ubari L'le'e Irave ied yesterday to the Skiritan capital of Ki&s ftt It te I'n l .s in toittrut. yin itiiis uittil firthen nitiie. iected g ouips afiecteiI b li ilels fromt W.Lnhitgtoti is the ni riin. It has nmt risunmid itiitiii Sill e Anuull in fil s m10 d hnue tilt ,4,w I ist [ rj'I.iCastro a liuning xpedlitiotiwith Riruish chew. The commT~~uique said Cuba was willing to improve relations with the hunled States ''on the basis of the principle, of peaceful co existence of states wi Ih difeerent social systems' ''Due to the agg, essive policy of the bellicose i iit artistic ci dles of the United States towards Cuba," the joint commrunique said, "the area of the Caribbean still remains a tonie of tension.'' F LORIDA -Charade: 1,3:06, 5:12', 7:18, and 9:24. Through Wednesday. GAINESVII IF DRIVE -IN -Move Over, Darlir 7 and 10:7 I ays Starts Friday -King' of the Sun. STA TF -Wsalt ofthe Toreador, I, 3, 5, 7, and 9. Th rough Sat uirday. tilie 01t t hii S i~ slOme 1w.' thotuai dl high ,.lhoo] sttut, he tornitotitmj itidietedl ileailly that nliislk is iin rs',eitil in F luridt.'. etfut itioniil pit tule. I Ike many ts t in l .is 'III g lnii Iev.Ropmell, tust I the pubi -ilihol, I i llege. hlls I healthy I Cctrd If ii ttomplisti~het. 110W.er, I itherthin r e-tirg oin arny I murl s, the mrus P teaubi ng proe toward mnore cleat Iv iefinig its pt oper plice ini the i apidly wig ig total cdulatiitonal stmu tire, and out] nung, anti effecting, the steps that need to be taken low and In the immedi ate rut ur, with regard to musti ii schools. SE V FN & ) I l(l T PitRIO ) I AY The F.M .1 .A. passed unianimrotusly A resoluittoil urging it] schon I officials to employ a s( hoil lay in, high schools of seven or eight periods in,,teadi of Ii me honored six-period day, ini order to provide adequate opportuniities for students to take required and elective courses In musical psi forming organizations, ini general music, music history, and music theory. The F .M.E.A. resolution quoted from a Posjtjon IPapwr adopted by the National Association of setonilary -School Pr nci pals in 1962, entitled ''The A rts i thi. ( comprehensive Secondary School" "U'Neither an otutstanding can ber intelletally mtr .nd aesthitI rally mmpiverished,. School pi ograms should reflect a thal nI image of social .rid at tstir values. very secondary PackagedNews France Blasted TOKYO (UPI) -Belgian Foreign Muuister Paul Ienri-Spaak said yesterday France's deiSiOn 10 recognize Communist China was "an obvious step backward for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization" arid a blow toArnericanpoiicy iniAsia. The former NATO secretary general strongly criticized President Charles de Gaulle for det, ding to establish ties with the Peking regime without first Consulting the Western Allies ''having heavy responsibilities hi Asia,'' including the United States es regret very much that a decision of such importance had not been made through a general ConsultatIon," he said. "If one country refuses prelim~Inary consultations, there will be others which will follow in its footsteps andgeneral ConStiltatiOnlS *111 become more and more difficult." U.N. Racial Visit UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. I LPI) -The United Nations Priority Set CENE VA (U P1) -The I nted States yesterday gave priority ini EaM -West disarmament alego atiol 0 [roVsAl~ lor inutual reductions of earned forces, uts a''ny miary budgets and an act ord to prevent the spread nuclear weapons. 11.5. negotiations singled oua the three proposaLs as offe ri ng the most hope for quick progress toward Last -West agreemnzt at the 17-nation disarm. arnent aonereiices. Ihe Ameriean negotiators set aside for the time being Longer range desire for .' ban or underground nuclear tests to push for immediate East-West bargaining on less compllcated issues. Soviets Fishy? WASIUNTON (UPI) --Rapidly expanding So' let flashing fleets shouldering their way inlto the traditional fishing ground of Ameri and oter nations haie aid led a dangerous --nI riternational conMalaysia Summit JAKARTA, Indonesia (U1P1)-.Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy conlerrecl with Indonesian Piesid*,it Sukarno for the second time tan a week yesterday seeking agreement on a threenation Mialaysia summit meet.Inhg to p.reve nt .a mitajor juntglr war that might involve the united States, There wer e new signis tt K'unnedy was succeeding In hi, niission to air ange a summit meeting among Sukarno, Ma-. laysian Prem er Tenigku Abdul Rahman and Philippine President IDiosadado MMc apagal. The 39-year -old attorney general was sent to the Orient by President lohrsoa to get the three chiefs of state together to stop border fighting bet,4een Indonesia and MalaysIa on FBorneo from exploding into a full. fledged jwugle "i. Stadium Probed W iS"1INGTON tIP!) --the -B! ut! with te',tlmon~y oithe Robert G. IBobIe baker r ase, is 'I estigating the awaled of -M REI D POOL E $114101 iit'ds ii pri wik well trahed pet strnnjl aieqiuiat' radii. ties, definite timed'uring the sihuil tiny, anditroad iii I iqular offerings In the arts for I I students." ii addition to passing the resol ut ion, the leathers fotind t hemrselves also provided with nample sliggis tions foi st'hedtil I h a 7 or 8 period day to take hack to their ownt school situations, to help iii the working out of solution for their schools. Mt ITi-FACE I!) ACT'IVI TIES The FboiIda Music Ed,,cators meetings ,.re not only business and! exuctive boarid mtinI gs for the pai ret .Mb.A. awlthi compnltt groups of Iceach, S arnd ii, etto rs In the ireas of lhanl, or chesl ma, yi A, element aycollee ari work lng "'ci inilts" with guest expert olinialans wh0 duimonisti ato teaiehig miethc is and technique, jut tirig news aind ,valiiation of recent piubliP then, if music iiid 54houi music texts. Some I4 guest condiuitors anti rliimilaiis vime from within the state ind fromt as faa away is Washingttn ntit,, ,rtd Colorado. St anley Chftapple, t ha Lamoits Firit sh-liornr conduct, of o~era nil sy .photiy, now ii the Itnive rsity of Washington in S.attle, brought the All-stat, 111gh School S ynphony Or. hestri to peak or excellence In p.rformniliii mt previously equjalletd, Jean iBergv r, the composer, was the condut ton of the All -State high school r horus. Richard Howles, DIlrrncr ofiHarnis at the University of Florita, turned ii his usual ext digit work is conductor of the All -State Jurlor 111gb Se hod ltjrar. Awl th,.re were others too numerous to mention here. JIASIC ISSUES Thomas U. Bailey, Stat. SuperthI ugh th, Miniivu liniiat on! Prog' am! anti thi uughi ,tcb impleenits as dii reditatlin sbtiidir!,. Ii.lauded Ihi'musicttsachers tot their inte! ,sl in the total tndto keep iinmird always the imiprttnre of ,a properly baiiarued tuital Pt igi ai. EI. lieie ISon, LKXQCItIV, SetIii ary of hi F-lorida E duration Association spjk4 it the convention iad. ini r C itnt yian In teachers' situ len mid 'tititd that the (963 Ipgislaticii session Was one of the most flt itil luhst.,' y for Florida [.64ii! "e teit/tjetigp .tCtlda law ti'Iluig that teaching is legally .r In ofessioti In the State of florda'; this honors teachers at the nami. time that it chaR! engus I he I.'', hing pro fe ssi on t, measure up to pi ofessional st andar ds s uth is those which ii.in law ijnd uiadi, Inc. MlSIC F. FSTIVAi The most sit Ikinrg aspect of tile entire clinIc Is that it Is a ioncentrated mussi' festival. On Sal widay afternoon, the new State Opera Assotiaion of Florida piesenited F.S.I. icinposer Carlisle lloyd's oper. "'Susannah'" InPea I xody A uiIto riumh. Robert Sed are iclidiitedl lnd sopiinc lied! Svenisei sieng th,. liti' role. Ri('tiet CollinS Was iiost pitt, tivt I., tti. pieaulh'r, Olin Itlitch. Whn or hees.o I lit nn ft ox stilnig v,' i lit hIodti aukit if Jr.nwtlI p r l ppr 12.95 & 15.95 ~L&L I '3 U Oliv 7

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F~ ) I II III it. tM -7-5t-I). )L{LS$MA KIN', a id .1 lox ing, iltel 'tu'uis, ripal:sard monokr I IinS. FReasohable rites work gunr a ntetui. I Ioreiu 's Lire strmak Ing Shop, I '01) vtersty. (M-79 -31 -c). MONEY. prepar ed, I. x pt *rncc nal Pevenius Serv is. Floyri i 2-5307. ryson (M-7 compiuttr. 1237 SAW. 2nd A v.9 3t -v). I, lopiC03 tinion I' FR IDA Y & FLOR IDA U NION ihh'. ip.' P.M. ONLY AUDITOR IUM PETER SELLERS 1:00*3:00 5:00*7:1 0:0OO 'SOME OF THE NSf ROLLICKING THAT WE'VE tVER SEEN TIllS Si I2APL KEATOI OF 2 IN! THRU SAA)I SA T. I GAINE SVILLE D IOW A LUST WINLD BECCIES A NEW WORLD (F ADVENTURES UIUL BRUWlER. GEORGE CHAKIRIS SHIRtS AMEILD 'S Nt \UR N' a rive-In Theatre 'ill b a rp Mils. Betty r"Utee GE T IT ACROSS Gator ,lassn~icds WANTEL) -Female roommate to share apartrmwnt with 3 other girls. C campus. Pent $75. Call between 4:30 --6:30 FR 2-6986. (C. 77-3t -c),. OVICS 7 & 9 P. M. SA'URDA Y, 'ToMoRROW SU NDAY & MONDAY, 7 Is Na Ii, iars c1r bhty ,iih homn,. Fota Ia vs pea week 7 4.if. -I p.m. 0 e weeksiii per r'rnth. Phon, 376-I 89. { ( --793 t-r). 2 STIUDE NTIN to work put t-Iimre In StUditnt pulic(atbifnS prOdtilOn, Pt epir rig work fur pi Inter. Night work. $1 an hour. preferred. Apply room II, E:xptreiee N eat ness counts. F'lorida Union. alter I p.m. (C-80-tf-c). White Coupe. (all 2-1835 alter S p.m. May he seen' at Century Tower during the day. (G-75-St-c). 1956 FORD Convertible, all power $300. Also 1959 all state motorcyce.' Both iincxci Ilent condition. tall Allen or Glenn 2-9476. (675-St -c). 1962 AUSTIN HIEAIEY 3000 MK II. Black and red racing stripes, blue interior,.Wire wheels, heater, road lights. Reasonably priced. Call MIke 2-9490. (G-70.ti-c). HEELES put on in S minutes OLES pul on in 5 minuTes MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOP -acrs r.m t -oionaa aarr marr ~tdtW U F' A nA ~bbIL KUNULU~ plus: color Robert MItfchum "RAMPAGE"' II i F >C K A F .Yctihayw years.-1931 No top, no scu or., P2/2 ft rider s.Ma uffet .(all 6-8728. C -77 195) FORD W \GON, 9-pass* S-,in tx' ellenht conition. S ',niigs 6-1112 or 6-9158. 51-'). I enger, Phone Ask for (,Ienn. (( -8U-3t-e). 1956 IDhIGE V-8 ROYAl, by orig. owner. Ext Ilent condition U m II. Power fLute trans. Performs, like new. Brand new WW. tubeless tires. Only $4 25. 23750. (G -76-St -c). Ihy on Call SUNBE AM Al PINE, '62, Red, Excellent condition. Call Tom Eddie between and 1 p.m. at FR 69271. (G-79-2t-c). 1960 10' by 50' 2 bedroom trailer. Rembrandt. Washer ,ncluded.CalI FR 6-4878. (G-79-St-c). lOST -Ring with blue stone tials l{SK ask for 79-c). inustde. Call 2-9410 and Roger. Hewardt (L-JtPART TIME HELP wanted. Apply Tony's Pizaa 1308 (E -79-2t -c). W. Un diversity. MARDI -GRAS -Riders wanted, round trip for New Orleans on Weekernd oI bet. 8th. Don't be left out, wANTEFI) cal FR 6-6883. (1-80crazy want ads for the Florida Alligator. Radio 1390 Send them to Gainesville, records if we use em. I am~ tired of writin these stupid things. DIAL 1390 too. (J-80-tt-c). * UNIVERSAl C"I "' STCD I _________________________________________________________ L dangerIUDREr ~it& C-, Oh I~ V -,7g I .8B-pt stad Ptver, Fl -HP:NId:It&)N'> -. -0 inly 9 ( ry[5 ,un. from Umnv.! [terIllyTONS ii TOWN [8 AND MII ES OF FABRIGS. See the lovely (0101 s avillable for your borne. lB EGUTI A PB (I FINE ATITIES. Many first quality tins also. Our carpet erius ire beautiful and about three-fourths off. The finest bed >preads one-third 33'JY. (A-W7-ti-C). off. homes in PINE FOREST. few ready for immediate occupanucy. Gaine-,vIlle's fastest growing new home community. F H A financing. VA, hugh Edwards Inc. N.E. [6th Ave and I 5th St. 2-1551. jA -70-41-c). Kenmore gas room IIEATER $15. 1951 Chevy, excellent condition $ 175. Playpen $3.00. FR 6-8547. Call after 5:30 p.m. (A -78-31-c). BOLEX 16 mm roll -load turret movie camera. Normal and wideangle le ise s. $100. Room 11, F'lor~da Union. (A-I .-ti-c). LA[)Y'S BICYCLE, 26-Inch wheels, enormous front basket, pretty good shape, Boonm II, Florida Umion. (A-7l -ti-c). TWo nearly NEW BICYCLES for sale. Very reasojale. ('all before [0 4.Tm. or after 9:30 p.m. 2 6278. (A -73-Uf-c). 1960 All STATE SC(X)TE R made by Suchman. Good condition. Cal! N"l 6-7362. Must Sell. (A -79 St -c). TANBERC. 64 STERE( 4 track 11We recorMei, re cord p lay lbook. Unused $350. Cost $498. loprated ijilsumt'i report. Bought Un error. F P 6-I 496. (A-80-.3t-p). l96O HONI)A 250 cc motorcycle. Excellent condition, New battery, turn signals, electrnc starting. Very reasonable. Call or see: Steve rm,. 3029 Flume FR 6--9234. (A -80-3t-c). 14' COI{RECT CRAFT ATOM SKIER, 60 horse graymarine and trailer. All in good condition. $425. See at Gator Marine Et. University Ave. (A-79.4t-c). F'OR SALE OH TRADE -1963 [[ONI)A 305 cc Super Hawk-Exce"le"i condi'ioCall Bill Gil-bert 2-7739 alter 6 p.m. (A-75St-p). MY TuN YouN* MEN' 1S TA RTS FRIDAY TOMORROW FIRST AREA SHOWING! "-e h I I A LORD'S TOWER HOUSE CHAMPION" writel wh+-11te typ. MUN kW. 1ith ['t.ne. seen 22 on < unpus for All. TH E

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i; lH)H Dr .Holcomb Gives iFnaI Address itt liut shirltOr, I0 w'4iii lot. $1 ,0ll. 9t} ome. flcted on a large lot on a;w. street. Vented backyard for ~hilii tn and pets. Handsome livr oOmI opeiis into scre ned pat h. telephone Arnold Realty Co. 372-3522. (A-77-S9-t dlluSE FUR RE NT -One year CLiSe $125 per month. Located near (itt Icwood Elementary irhool.3 bedroom, 2 baths. Call A riold Realty Co. 2-3522. (1-77St-c). APARTMENT furnished air-eonditioned. I .e a s mall home near campus. Also room in private home with or without kitchen privileges. Home atmosphere. 6-040 (--t-. FURNISHED 2 bedroom apartment. Hall block from campus. Kitchen with electric stove and refrigerator. Suitable for up to 4 girls or a family. Available Feb. 1st. FR 6-4300 eveningsbetween Sand 6. (B-78-at-c)-. FOR INFORMATION on cooperative apartments innewUniversity Park development write P.O. Box 11025, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (B-SO-l0t-c). L)OUBIE ROOMS FOR RENT. PRnvale entrance, maid service, wellheated. $22.50 per month. (all 2-922. (1-76-St-c). l ARGE, MODE RN, I bedroom apartment. Completely furnished 2 blocks from Campus. Call 25640 aft er 5 p.m. preferably between and 7 p.m. (B-7'7-d-c). DUPLEX -I bedroom apartment, (iurnisied, full tile bath. $65 a month. Call 6-8144. (B--79-3t -c). ROOM IN NICE tunt with car. FlUME Call 6 (or male -1710. (1I DO) WASHING, Cleaning, Mending, A m e r irea ii and Foreign cooki: Exerenced ; wht Cdli after 5 p.m.2-5269. (F-78-3t c). CILDCARE $8.00 week day). BabysItting .40 hr. time) Ironing $2.50 basket 2-7601, 120 N.W. 9th St.( 5t-p). ($1.60 (am .Call [-79to gtiWrn. ncldeAs-of Siili rgt' K \Vilit, I, G raeffe's Set For One Week (umnu tt*ea heiu a 'ties I ipatmxehit tom,,,row, at 8:15 p.rm. ii thi I'ii sity xii_I toi lim, T'he I rial of Soc rait', based on Plato's "Apology,' is thi. setting for thu play. The tlkimi, tNIIeros the udt cipupal eanoffi Liil I port of that ,onfereni'e. Micelo Delver Major Talk The imeaning of the Christians's and that we allow Him to be hidden, Dr. Carl Mirhalson said In a major Religion-in-Life talk Tuesday night. "What is more important in life -who you know or who knows you," the professor of systematic theology asked in his talkon"How to Know The HIidden (,od." God is rnot hidditen because of the astigmiatit vision of man but because uf HIs nature, lie is the creator -the source, and the picc of be iig th 1w urc ii is to rem ali idaen, hi sahl, "God Is hidrde n bec aulse of the IiPCEss iry lori.llnes .of respon-. slibily. You can not brirg Goil out or iding birause he must r,*nmair, the soiur e of adl possibilit y. Mortal attributes are not ippII'ablv to (o'l,' Hr. Michalsori 0 Drive-In -COUNTRY BREAKFAST OP Al Cfl IITPV HM 2' FCS 'The Stand .-=====rm.=.mn.rk

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Cagers Invade T ully Gym Tonight By GLENN LANEY As,,top, Spo, Editor St it's. L' t .,I iiu g 4 -s il wt i' with 4 7-.' I''In e III rk. K tr Ei( S4*rri 'Une' It Ir; I 1.1 N xrre i IIo k file I rof i i k y t l (ILhit IIJIx thilt'n le hIr (IPLIrPlits 41 Iv Intrie .hi'uww r lim l(Ime,. N hio i e ilti piir ICp Al L0pt 4. lmlu .[hit 4s--,LhL liL.LLw tu f t hfld t t I I 144< I Itorid.i tOn0id'lt, vli, ti io t itpIm. t liit 'B Flurid. Se II wv *111 h .H I gitip M l1 A SPECIAL EVERY DAY AT TOWNHOUSE Each One Different, Each At Prices That Help One a Complete Meal Your Appetite 2204 S.W. 13th S complete carry-"out 376-9904 service the '('0, m1rT] (iIn J,&cksonvilli they It 1-2 for away gnies eitlog ounly .uioutrrarnrei! I liiie sqltadl while on the road. They iahe Ioato J.Inal