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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 144 THURSDAY, APRIL 19,1990




Crew audience doesn't include State Attorney



By MIKE BRUSCELL was passed to local state attorneys who
have succeeded in banning at least the "Nasty"
and DUANE MARSTELLER
album in five counties DeSoto, Manatee, Put-
Alligator Staff Writers
nam, Sarasota and Volusia.

.. : The rap group 2 Live Crew was as nasty as it Register said he wants to add Alachua County to
". wanted to be at a concert Wednesday night -but the list of counties banning the group's music, and
''.!' !" "''';';J': only because State Attorney Len Register is focus- said he notified Wednesday two local record stores

: ing his attentions on having two of their albums Schoolkid's Records and Dancetrax Records &

.. .. .. .):; banned in Alachua County. Tapes that if they sell "Nasty" to minors, "they
I> The Miami-based group,whose album"Nasty As would be subject to arrest and vigorously prose-
They Wanna Be" has been judged obscene in five cuted."

I ,' Florida counties, took the stage at Central City Register said he expects the grand jury to find

shortly after midnight without having to worry both records obscene."I .

-X about being arrested. can't imagine that they wouldn't," Register :
Register said last week that if the group performed said. "If you haven't read the lyrics, you really
any of its sexually explicit songs,he would should. If a television station or radio station were

... have the group arrested under Florida obscenitylaws. to say these things on the air, the FCC would pull
"' their license in a minute.
if"' :.1"" About five minutes into the show, one group "There is social value."
\ ".".. ,< no redeeming
"- ....".. ,,;. .. member said "If we have to go to jail to give you
.. But fans who waited in line to see 2 Live Crew
all what want, then well do it.
you
., perform said they didn't agree,saying the four-man
However Register said from his home Wednes-
,
group has the right to sing whatever they want
day night that his investigators wouldn't be at the
"I think (Register) is stepping over the line as
show and that he didn't anticipate any arrests. He
far the First Amendment said David
as goes,
said he will focus on getting the lyrics labeled ,
.. j' Bixlar, a UF student from Sarasota, where a 19-
obscene and ban the albums "Nasty" and "LukeSkyywalker" I
year-old clerk was arrested after selling"Nasty"to
from Alachua County."In .
an 11-year-old girl. The charges against the clerk
turn for not intervening in tonight's performance
later
we're going to ask the grand jury to con- were dropped. ,
sider those two albums," Register said. "The "We're adults.We can hear what we want to hear,
Supreme Court has determined that obscenity is and they can sing what they want to sing. I heardon
determined on a community basis." the radio that this has been blown all out of

"Nasty" became the focus of public scrutiny proportion, and I think it has," Bixlar said. r

earlier this year when Gov. Bob Martinez tried Many of the more than 300 people who waited }
banning the album from Florida record stores in line to buy tickets echoed the same sentiments 1

because he said it was obscene and he didn't want to reporters from at least five television stations, :
minors buying it. three radio stations and six newspapers.The .

In tribute to Martinez's efforts, 2 Live Crew riled scheduled opening act, Professor Griff, was
the audience behind a rugged rendition of "Fuck canceled after Griffs van broke down on the way
Martinez. Fuck, fuck Martinez." to Gainesville,Central City manager Cookie Cooke t
The raps were filled with the lyrics Martinez said. 2 Live Crew took the stage more than two
?p Kk warned parents about. Sexually explicit phrasesand hours after they were scheduled to but some fans
KEVIN WISNIEWSKJ-ALLIGATOR dozens of four-letter words did little more for didn't care.
2 Live Crew rapper Luke Skyywalker debuted a rap dedicated to Gov. audience members then get them more involved "We don't mind," said Kerry Johns of Spartan-

Bob Martinez for his attempts to ban the group's latest album. The in the show. Most of them sang along with the burg, South Carolina. "We just want to see them
audience of about 300 people chanted along with the band to show group. get nasty."

their opposition to Martinez. The album, "Nasty As They Wanna Be," State officials said last month that the state could Alligator Staff Writer Lucy Chabot contributed to

is banned in five Florida counties. not decide what constitutes obscenity, so the re- this report.



Nader sees UF as potential leaderBy I EARTH DAY


Nader said.. Media deregulation and industry regula- 9:30: a.m.: The Environmental Action

ELIZABETH CLARKE Nader, who received a $5,000 honorar- tion will keep the public informed of actions Group and the Group for Respon-
Alligator Writer ium for coming to UF, said power compa- regarding disposal of waste and attentionto sible Interaction with the Planet will

UF has the capacity to become an envi- nies won't tolerate solar energy because natural resources, he said. hold an environmental expo today.

ronmental model for the rest of the country, they aren't willing to give up economic clout Gainesville is attractive to developers be- Speakers will include Rabbi Shlomo

consumer advocate Ralph Nader told more that comes with privileged access to limited cause much land in the area hasn't been Carlebach and Frances Close Heart.
than 500 people in the Florida Gym Wednes- resources. cleared for construction, Nader said. 1 p.m.: EAG presents" "Forests in a
day night. The speech, sponsored by Student Changing World, a symposium at the
"Gainesville has undisturbed resources
Holiday Inn University Center 1250 W
By taking advantage of experienced Government's Environmental Affairs Cabi- that developers want to use," he said. But University Ave. ,
researchers'and students'potential,UF can net, the Environmental Action Group and
because the city still is growing, it can halt
2:30 Donate Global
to ReLeaf
set an example for surrounding communities Accent, SG's speakers bureau, was part of environmental problems before they be- national: :reforestation and, a
campaign, re-
he said. Earth Week.
come too severe.
ceive one-hour
Nader considered the founder of the Environmental concern that has spread a therapeutic massage
,
Nader said community impact plans and session,available at the Florida School
in the United the since the revival of
rights movement through country
consumer fresh ideas from UF students could prevent of Massage 5408 SW 13th St.
States, said universities should develop Earth Day this year has turned many Indus-
unlimited and
ecologically dangerous
"Native American Nature Phi-
8p.m.:
thorough recycling programs,take frequent trial leaders into hypocrites, Nader said. "
energy audits and build micro-scale chem- Corporations such as Dow, Union Car- growth. losophy: 500 Years ,of Destruction, a
istry labs which use 1 percent of the bide and General Electric"greenwash"consumers Local problems reflect every discipline presentation on Native American culture
UF students Nader said. in McCarty Auditorium.
study,
chemicals traditional labs use. by projecting an image of
They also should take advantage of innovative environmental awareness while lobbying' Students should receive academic credit AU'dIY: Environmental Awareness

forms of energy, like solar power. against air and water regulations in Con for helping their communities,which would Days In all UF classes.

"Solar energy is practical now but it is not gress, he said. encourage them to remain active, he said.
.
the best way for energy companies to make "These corporations have no shame "If there is a problem once you move from

money because it is superabundant, omni- about doing one thing. and saying another," Gainesville, you will swing into action likea TODAYr
if'and' supply'can't, be cut Off,', Nader,said., ; scarred veteran you've had experience.7sponsibility I
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: UP Habitat for Humanitywill tonight at 8:15: in the University Arts and Sciences has extended the Chancellor: Robert W. Lloyd
meet tonight at 7 in the Reitz Auditorium. Call 392-0227. deadline for Student Hall of Fame
Masters Collier Grossman Innis-Thompson MarcusIn
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Union. Room number will be postedin Row your boat: The UF Rowing and Teacher of the Year until Friday. ,
the elevator. Call 395-7621. Club will meet tonight at 9 in Reitz Call 375-2947 the matter of CHARLES J. GRAPSKI vs. STUDENT SENATEand

Horse sense: The UF EquestrianClub Union Room 346. Call 395-8076. Reception: Friends and col- the REPLACEMENT AND AGENDA COMMITTEE

will meet tonight at 6:30: in Mc- Music from afar: The Yehud leagues are invited to a retirement The Board of Masters has declared:

Carty Hall Room 1108. Call Raven, Youth Orchestra, musicians from Is- reception for Harold Riker, Burt The Senate Seat /0OC-32607 is hereby vacated. We remand selection and
336-8151. rael, will perform tonight at 7:45: in Sharp and E.L Tolbert Friday nightat nominations to the Chairperson of the Replacement and Agenda
Photo session: Omicron Delta the Reitz Union Ballroom. Call Hil- 7 in the Arredondo Room of the Committee to either:

Kappa, the national leadership lel, 3722700. Reitz Union. Call Carlos Hernandez, 1)) Allow the Tint vote taken on March 11. 1990 to stand, or
honorary, is sponsoring pictureswith Blka-ln: Earth First! will hold 392-0731 or Jeff Nunn, 3721747. 2)) Reconvene the committee for a reconsideration of their nomination.
Albert and Alberta today from Gainesville's first Bike-In to promote Counseling: The Beta Chapter of

11 am.-1 p.m. in front of TurlingtonHall. alternative transportation Saturday Chi Sigma Iota, an honor society for

Call 376-9473. beginning at noon in the O'Connell counseling professionals,will have a GRADUATING?
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,APRIL i id,1&90..AlllGAIOR.3


I Senate clashes over open seatsBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER "Some people have personal vendettas againstme
Alligator Writer people with less experience," Siracusa said
before the meeting while relaxing in Student Body
The Student Senate meeting turned into a three- President Michael Browne's office.They wouldn't
ring circus Tuesday night with plenty of side shows want a real leader in Senate."
for added entertainment. At the meeting, Browne told senators they
Dozens of voices and accusations drew eyes and should follow the committee's recommendation of
ears in all directions of the room. Senators fought Siracusa because that's what that committee is
over procedures, recommendations and finally- supposed to do.
after three hours the budgets for next year. Browne admitted that Siracusa is his fraternity
Senators were supposed to review and vote on brother and friend but said he was supporting the
$4 million worth of proposed budgets for six large committee and not necessarily Siracusa.
UF organizations,but instead spent more than half Chancy said he felt anyone who ran against
the meeting trying to fill three seats. Siracusa wouldn't be given a fair chance because
Disruption began soon after the meeting started powerful senators had already made up their
when Sen. Glen Chancy disregarded a committee's minds.
recommendation to seat former senator Pat There has been a travesty of justice and travestyof
Siracusa, and nominated someone else instead. the rules," Chancy said. "Eighty senators in this
Siracusa came before Senate for approval after a room voting on a secret ballot is the closest thingto warty soar' +
3-2 vote by the Replacement&Agenda committee. impartiality that we can get." *1tA
T think we need to take a look at this," Sen. Siracusa told senators before the vote that he's
Chris Gerardy said. "R&A's vote was too close and politically experienced because he was the"driving
that's why it's important that it comes in front of force" behind SG's political parties the last three
Senate." semesters, including Browne's Vision party.
Chancy's nominee, Mary Rollins, won the seat "But I don't do those political things anymore,"
after a secret ballot vote of 34-30. Before the Siracusa said. "I don't want anyone in this room to iJ
meeting, Siracusa said he probably wouldn't get vote for me because you think I can advance your
the seat because some senators have hostile feelings
see Senate, page 8 ..
,.
toward him. w?


I Reid Hall to end co-op statusBy


PENNY CARTER Representatives attract residents, make room
Alligator Writer assignments, plan activities, develop dormitoryrules S 'r+a 'NRa.
and supervise clean-up and maintenance.In .
One of UFs three co-ops will cease to exist at exchange for lower dormitory fees, residents
the end of the semester because of declining must keep kitchens,bathrooms and lounges clean
occupancy and increasing lack of spirit among and make minor repairs, depending on their as-
many of its residents. signed duties. This semester, a double room in
Housing officials decided to turn Reid Hall back Reid Hall cost$362,compared to $514 for a doublein I
into a regular dormitory last month. Unlike UFs similar, non-air conditioned dormitories at UF.
other two co-ops, Buckman and North halls, Reid Like other non-air conditioned dormitories,Reid
has had difficulty filling its rooms,housing director will be closed in the summer. In the fall, the cost .
James Grimm said. of a double room will jump to $565 a semester, a r
The problems with occupancy with Reid have price that reflects the 9.5 percent increase all
been going on for five years,"while students seek dormitories will experience,as well as the increase J
ing regular housing have been denied rooms be- incurred as a result of not being a co-op( ) anymore.
cause there wasn't enough space, Grimm said. Housing officials offered students a chance to E. ANN STODDAROALLIGATORr
Students who live in co-ops are in charge of their maintain a co-op( ) in the building's top two floors, Splashdance I
own dormitories.Residents elect officers and other but not enough students pre-paid their fees in time UF veterinary school resident Kevin Sherman plays with his I

representatives each semester who perform tasks see Co-op, page 8 2-year-old son Jon Justin in Lake Wauburg. I
usually reserved for housing officials.

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ELSEWHEREAmerican Volunteers needed for sixmonthoral

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hostage to be released REQUIREMENTS: Good health; between 18-35

years; no medical problems with oral
BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI) A pro-Iranian group have no comment on them," the official said. contraceptive use; must be In Gainesvillearea
believed to be holding three U.S. hostages said Wed- Turner, 42, a professor at the AmericanaffiliatedBeirut months.
for next six
nesday it intended to release one of the captives within University College, was kidnapped along with
48 hours in response to Syrian efforts and an urgent two other U.S. professors Jan. 24, 1987. BENEFITS: Free physical exam; pap smear; blood
appeal by Iran. Turner was an associate professor of mathematicsand test including cholesterol: six-month's
Islamic Jihad For the Liberation of Palestine made computer science at Beirut University College.He supply of oral contraceptives.
the declaration in a one-page statement delivered to was educated in Idaho, receiving a bachelor's
a Western news agency in the Moslem sector of the degree in psychology from Boise State University anda
Lebanese capital."In master's and doctorate degrees from the Universityof ITheClimacteric Clinicfcfc
response to an urgent appeal by the Islamic Idaho. fcfc '
research division of Women's Medical and Diagnostic Center.
Republic of Iran to make a goodwill initiative to close The two other U.S. captives who were snatched >
this (hostage) file and in respect to Syrian efforts,we from the Beirut college compound by armed elements I For information call 3725600LIFESAVERS
have decided to move this issue by releasing an disguised as policemen were Robert Polhill, 55, a
American captive within 48 hours," the group said. professor of accounting,and Alann Steen, 50,a professor -
Attached to the statement was a Polaroid of mathematics.The .
photograph showing U.S. captive Jesse Turner, bony
and haggard. The hostage appeared to be wearing a pro-Iranian group called on Washington to
white T-shirt and bearing a thick, dark beard.It dispatch John Kelly, the State Department undersecretary
was not clear whether the photograph meant the for Middle East and Asian affairs, to Syriato
group intends to release Turner, but analysts sug- work out the details of the planned release.
gested the fact he was shown alone in the photo may However, State Department spokesman George
mean the captors intend to set him free.A Malleck said Kelly is traveling overseas "on a long- A production
Bush administration official would not say standing commitment," but that he was not in the @ about lifedecisions. @
whether the administration had independent confir- Middle East and did not have plans to travel to that
mation of the reports. "We've seen the reports. We region. .


. 14 earthquakes rock San FransiscoSAN I brought D.A.R.E.to you by

FRANCISCO (UPI) -A swarm of earthquakes 1/2-hour period."It .
ranging as high as 5.3 on the Richter scale and really shook," Ralph Aguinaga, manager of Nob (Drug and Alcohol Resource Educators)
numerous aftershocks jolted the San Francisco Bay Hill Foods in Watsonville, said between quakes. "We 7:30: pm April 19
Area Wednesday on the 84th anniversary of the great weren't open for business,but the people I had in the CSE A 101
1906 earthquake.The store really got upset. A few pickle jars fell off the
U.S. Geological Survey recorded 14 quakes and shelf and a couple bottles of wine. But it was very
other scientists said the tremors were aftershocks of minor so far. I hope the worst is over."
the Oct. 17 quake that killed 62 people in the area. Survivors of the 1906 quake had gathered at Mission I
The quakes Wednesday caused no major damageor Dolores Park in San Francisco at 5 a.m.to be presentedwith '
injuries but were felt along the central California certificates of survival and to place a wreath at THE MOST ,
coast from San Francisco to Salinas. They swayed Lotta's Fountain."I r
high-rise buildings,knocked books off shelves,set off thought it was carrying the celebration a bit too FOR YOUR. .
alarms and created a rock slide. far," Steve Hyman said of Wednesday's quakes.In .
The temblors were centered in the Watsonville area, the tragic 1906 quake and fire, 452 people were
which was hard-hit by last Oct. 17's 7.1 quake. killed and there was $350 million in damage.As EYEGLASS DOLLARSimple
"We consider these events to be aftershocks of the the Bay Area was rocked again, rapid transit
Loma Prieta event of October," Willis Jacobs of the trains halted as a precaution, taking 5-minute holds
National Earthquake Information Center in Golden, before resuming service when no damage to its systemwas Value... EYEEXAMS ARCHER RD
Colo., said."We expect there to be aftershocks in this detected.
area for many months." Alarmed workers fled as the federal Food and Drug Our little wooden buildings helps keep cost down Just' put across Butler from Plaza RAX
The state Office of Emergency Services recorded Administration building in downtown San Francisco on quality glasses. We donl pay mall rent.
four quakes as 4.5 on the Richter scale at 6:37: am., shook. You save big money. 3783261Ask
4.1 at 6:41: a.m., 5.4 at 6:54: am. and 4.1 at 7:52: a.m. On Tuesday, Southern California also had seven -( t1 urn.. .-
'They were accompanied by numerous aftershocks, sizable aftershocks to a Feb. 28 5.5 magnitude about..
some strong. earthquake. The largest was a 4.6, 3 miles west of $20 OFF or
The U.S. Geological Survey said another 4.9 quake Upland in San Bernardino County. It frazzled nerves '
struck at 8:46 a.m. and there were a total of 14 quakes and shook loose chimney bricks but caused no serious FREE Second PairDAZZLERS
ranging from 1.6 to 5.3 on the Richter scale in a 2 damage or injuries.


. Weapons and ammo stolen from base II DANCERS WANTED

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) lusive homeland for white Afrikaners, has vowed to
Suspected right-wing extremists seized a large quan- resist de Klerk's racial reform program. University of Florida Athletic Association
tity of government weapons and ammunition in a Extremist leader Eugene Terre-Blanche of the
weekend raid at the South African Air Force head- Afrikaner Resistance Movement and Boerstaat Party presents its 1990 Dance Auditions for the....
quarters, police reported Wednesday.Police leader Robert van Tonder announced earlier this
Commissioner Gen. Johan van der Merwe month they had begun mobilizing armed commandos
said three military conscripts had been arrested in nationwide.
connection with the theft, which coincides with right- Terre-Blanche, declaring "you cannot separate a 199091Dance % "
wing threats to mobilize armed units in the wake of Boer from his rifle," said the movement was "not a"
president Frederik de Klerk's racial reform measures.In seeking a million votes but a million rifles."
a statement Issued in Cape Town,van der Merwe In recent months de Klerk has lifted a ban on the
said "a large quantity of weapons and ammunition"had African National Congress, released ANC leader Nel-
been seized from the air force headquarters in son Mandela and established plans to negotiate a Experience

Pretoria on Friday night power-sharing deal with the country's black majority.De REQUIRED!!! .
Police spokesman Maj. Gen. Herman Stadler said Klerk lashed out at the right-wing conservative
the cache included 9mm pistols, assault rifles and party Tuesday for attempting to stir white hysteriaover
pump action shotgunsas well as ammunition and night his reform initiatives.In .
vision equipment none of which has been another development Wednesday, police
recovered.He reported the deaths of five more people in overnight CLINIC April 23,1990
said the thieves used a duplicate set of keys to violence in the strife-torn province of Natal. They said 4:30pm: Fla. Gym MAIN FLOOR
open the arms safe at the headquarters. three women died when burning tires were placed APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW

Johannesburg Star reported police were search- over their heads, a gruesome practice known as
ing for self-styled extremist Piet Rudolph, a leader of necklacing.Law Lobby GATE 1 Stadium
the ultra right-wing Boerstaat Party, who is believedto and Order Minister Adriaan Vlok said Tuesday
have been involved in the raid. that a total of 574 people died nationwide in political L FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 375-4683 X6607I
The Boerstaat Party, which is demanding an ex- violence between Jan. 1 and March 31 this year.



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As Outstanding Spring '90 GraduatesEight


graduating seniors will receive
Alumni Association honors as outstand-
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Stein, president of Mortar Board hon-
"Review Week"Assignment orary, is a member of Florida Blue Key
leadership honorary, Omicron Delta Kap- -..
PolicyNext pa national honor society and Alpha Epsilon H. STEIN: G. THORNTON C. WASHINGTON I .
Phi sorority. She was a Preview staff
week will be "Review Week," the member and a peer counselor. Her other
final week of spring! semester classes. During activities include serving on the Reitz ? c
the week, faculty members are ex- Union Board of Managers, being a Collegeof pr + ? Yy
pected to follow the Last Week of Class Ex- Education teaching assistant and peer ,.4a .W
amination and Assignment Policy, which facilitator, and participating in the Racial ( .," t.f.:
states that no final or comprehensive ex- Retreat, in which 40 black and white stu- 4 !
ams, projects or term papers are to be dents gathered to address racial tensions. ...Jf
scheduled or assigned. She is listed in Who's Who Among Students '
Written papers and/or/ oral presentationsand in American Universities and Col- 'T .r
periodic testing announced in the leges and has received a UF Presidential J'1
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course syllabus distributed at the first class Recognition Award. After graduationStein .
meeting may be collected or presented, plans to attend graduate school and '
provided they do not serve as a final exam. pursue a master's degree in college stu- } .,
The intent of the policy is to ensure that dent personnel programs. --C. RANKIN"K:"" ATl'ER-
SMITH L. MATTHIAS P. Y
students are free to concentrate on class- Thornton has been active in Florida Blue I .
room work for all courses taken and are Key, Inter-Residence Hall Association and
able to begin reviewing for finals. Thurs- Kappa Delta sorority. She was a delegate' tems Sector and has worked at Sears, a University Athletic Association Board of
day and Friday have been designated as to the National and South Atlantic Associations Roebuck and Company. Matthias plans to Directors representative, was named to the
discretionary review days for instructors to of College and University Resi- enter UFs College of Law this fall. 1990 Southeastern Conference Academic
review previous material. dence Hall Conferences. Through Florida Pamela Rankin and Kathy Yeatter have Honor Roll. She plans to enter UFs Col-
Students or faculty who have questions Blue Key Thornton served on the US. been named Outstanding Two-Year lege of Nursing in summer for a second
,I or complaints on marten relating to the Senatorial Candidates Debate and Home- Scholars. bachelor's degree.
:: Review Week policy should contact the Office coming Committees. Other activities include -
r of Academic Affairs, 233 Tigert Hall, the Reitz Union Board of Managers, Rankin is an education major from Tren- Cedric Smith, a rehabilitative counseling
392-1301. All changes in the published exam Florida Qcerones/Student/ Alumni Association ton. She has maintained a perfect grade major from Enterprise, Ala., will be
4 schedule must be approved by Aca- and the Caucus of Women Leaders.A point average her two years at UK She presented the Doug Belden Award, givenfor
r demic Affairs. dean's list student, Thornton served on graduated from Santa Fe! Community College maintaining a balance of athletic and
I seven UF committees and volunteered at with an associate of arts degree in academic achievements, as UF quarter '
n vKEKT Sunland, Shands Miracle Network and 1988. She is on the dean's list and Presi- back Belden did in the early 1950s. Smith,
WEEK Trinity United Methodist Church. dent's honor roll, and is a member of the a four-time football letter winner, servedas
CAM Council for Exceptional Children, Golden Emmitt Smith's primary blocking back
I Jason will a psychology major Key National Honor Society and Phi Kap- and is credited with playing a significantrole
from Miami, presented the Out- pa Phi Honor Society. Rankin, recipientof in Smith's rushing achievements. For
standing Male Leader Award for his rolesas a UF Presidential Recognition Award, two years Cedric Smith started at fullback,
Celebration producer and director; Stu- is in the College of Education's Proteach and in 1989 he was team captain. He was +
TODAY dent Government health director, Collegeof program in special education, where she named to the Southeastern Conference
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SEMI- Liberal Arts and Sciences student sen- will earn her master's degree and ulti- Academic Honor Roll all three seasons he
NAR, "Structure in Rigid Growth LiquidCrystalline ator and Student Senate Minority Leader.He mately will teach elementary special ed- was eligible. A tutor in the Alachua County -
fblymers,," by UF assistant professor is a member of Florida Blue Key, Phi ucation in Florida. school system, Smith was active in the
of chemistry Randolph Duran, 4 Kappa Tau fraternity, the Reitz Union Say No To Drugs" campaign. He in-
p.m., 237 Chemical Engineering Building. Board of Managers, Omicron Delta Kap-- Yeatter, a history major and education terned the VA Medical Center and this
POETRY READING ay award-winning of Omega Greek leadership mino>b received her associate of arts spring worked in Shands Hospital Pediatric -
British poet and UF English department honorary, Mortar Board, Alpha Epsilon degree from Palm Beach Community Col- Unit. Smith hopes to play professional
Michael Hoffman 8 Delta Pre-Medical Honor and SAVANT lege. Yeatter, who has maintained a perfect
visiting$ professor Society football and then pursue a master's degreein
p.m., 105 Fine Arts Building B. leadership honorary. A dean's list grade point average, has been on thedean's rehabilitative counseling.The .
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO- student, Rosenberg: is listed in UFs Hall list and President's Honor Roll.
QUIUM, "Haiti: State Against Nation" by of Fame and Who's Who Among Studentsin Recipient of a UF Presidential Recognition following students will receive
Award she is member of Phi Phi Honorable Mention certificates Out-
Johns Hopkins University associate pro- American Universities and Colleges. He a Kappa as
fessor of, anthropology Michel-Rolph received the Florida Academic Scholar- History Honor Society and Golden Key standing Graduating Student Leaders:
National Honor In addition to her Patrick Nolan and Melanie Ann
1101 Hall. and Valedictorian well Society. Ridge,
Trouillot, 8 p.m., Turlington ship Scholarship as
UF SYMPHONIC BAND CONCERT as a UF Presidential Recognition Award. studies,Yeatter has managed an independent College of Journalism; Brian Kissinger;
under the direction of UF music depart- He will enter UFs College of Medicine in book store in Palm Beach and writ- Samuel Sears, Robert Shiffen and Mona
ment faculty member David Waybnght, the fall. ten articles and entertainment reviews fora Sadek, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences;
Auditorium. Ft. Lauderdale-based magazine. Yeatter and Haejung Mary Lim and Haekyung
8:15: p.m., University Lisa Matthias,, named Outstanding Four- plans to attend UF's College of Law this Martha Urn, College of Business.
FRIDAYFELLOWSHIP Year Scholar for spring, is a maintained fall or next spring, where she\ will concen-
CHRISTIAN from Boca Raton who has a trate on environmental and consumer law.
meeting, with UF physics department vis- perfect 4.0 grade point average while contributing -*
iting professor Alexei Tsvelik:, Landau in- to UF and the community. She Cassandra Washington, a health educa- Student Volunteers NeededFor
stitute of Theoretical Physics, Moscow, discussing was awarded several scholarships: including -, tion major from Laurel Hill, will be presented Career 14
"Why the Soviet Experience MayBe ; the NCNB, Distilled Spirits Wholesalers the Tracy Caulkins Award. The Expo Sept.
Valuable for Mankind, 11:45: a.m., of Florida and the Outstanding award honors outstanding achievement in Students who would like to gain expe-
Burger King Meeting Room, 1542 W. Uni- Junior Initiate Scholarships. Matthias is on athletics and academics, as exemplified by rience and get acquainted with potential
,versity Ave.COASTAL; the dean's list and President's Honor Roll, former Lady Gator swimmer Tracy employers can volunteer to help producethe
ENGINEERING LECTURE, and she has received a UF Presidential Re- Caulkins, a gold medal winner in the 1984' Fall Career Expo, set for September 14
"Sand Bypassing at'Tidal Inlets," bv Per cognition Award. Other activities,include Olympics.! .Washington has been a starteron in the OConnell Center. Volunteers are
Brun, scientist with International Marine Florida Blue Key, Financial Management the women's basketball team since her needed for 11 committees, including art
Science and Engineering, Hilton Head Association, Society for Human Resource freshman year and received All-South- and graphics, and parking. in-
Island, : HaH. Management, Career Expo host and Kappa eastern Conference Honorable Mention. In terested students shod call Vicki Tyson,
ASIAN STUDIESLECTURE, "Classical Kappa Gamma soronty. She interned 1989 she was the second-leading assist Career Resource Center, 392-1601, or stop
Japanese Noh Theatre by actor and Noh ,In Government Contract Compliance maker on the team, third-leading r bounder by B-1 Reitz Union to fill out an application -
theatre expert Hoinma Fusataka, 8 p.m.' 'Department for Harris Government ,Sys- and fourth-leading scorer. Washington, as soon as possible. r
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fore we get into today's episode, let's meet the cast and
characters:

Michael Browne, Student Body President. As presi- 1QWER.

dent, Browne has a lot of power. Unfortunately, he some- ".
times misuses it. At Tuesday night's senate meeting, he
lobbied for one of his "sandbox buddies" to get a seat.

And while Browne isn't usually at senate meetings (that's

like the President sitting in on Congress), he must've

thought this week's meeting was worth the trip.

Browne said he committee de- '-
Though was supporting a ._,
cision, he was really lobbying for long-time friend, Pat
Siracusa. "I cannot vote for Pat," he said. "And I cannot

tell you how to vote (pause and smirk). Although sometimes .r ,

some of you think I have telepathic powers and

have my hands on the backs of senators (while they MI lu: 11.th 1

vote)." 1AttAH'OICbNSrriq( { .c{

Can you please, Mr. Browne, explain to the thousandsof
viewers what you mean by these invisible hands and if,
by chance, one of the hands holds a Vision party whip? LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Adam Tanenbaum, Vision party leader and Judiciary 2 Live Crew ban Isn't it ironic though, that as East tion it deserves on this special oc
committee chairman. As party leader, one of ern Europe opens its door to free- casion,and to ensure that everyoneat
Tanenbaum's tasks is to unite the party and get senatorsto violates rightsEditor dom, America chooses to lock least thinks about how importantour
hers? interaction with the environment
vote for its There is with that
platform. nothing
wrong Maybe we'll meet somewherein is level in-
: I think all this stuff about on every please
but Tanenbaum went too far at a party caucus Tuesday. banning 2 Live Crew music is a the middle. corporate environmentrelatedtopics

Tanenbaum cracked the Vision whip when he com bunch of bull crap.Let's Why don't these people concen into your lectures and class
manded senators to vote along party lines, not only on take Central City for in- trate their efforts on a more worthy discussions on April 19 and 20.
platform promises but for everything. "Even if you dis- stance. Everybody allowed in thereis subject. If they put this effort into It might just make a difference.P.S. .
over 18, so what gives other pollution, drugs or homelessness, Will reading this
agree" with the majority, you have to support the major- people the right to dictate what then maybe this world would be a please pick everyone up any Alligators and
ity, Tanenbaum said. music listen to? If I don't know better place to live. soda cans you see on the groundand
Luckily, some Vision members didn't think they owed right from wrong by now,what the "Save the whales"and"save the in the garbage and recycle
the party their guts and minds and Siracusa didn't get a hell are you going to do about it? dolphins,"why not save our rights? them? Try and make it a habit -
This action is a white supremist I'm sure there are some peopleout the Earth will definitely appreciateit.
seat.Andrew ploy to control what they cannot. there who are going to say, "If .
Meyer, senate president. As senate presi- Now I don't mean to be racist or you don't like it, then get out." Stacy Grossman
dent, Meyer's role as outlined in the student body consti- anti-racist, or whatever it is by saying Well, I don't want to leave. But 3LS
tution and Senate rules is similar to the Speaker of the "white supremacy," because isn't that the same attitude that is
there surely are blacks who protest destroying the ozone layer,and the Fine Line was
House he
presides
over senate meetings, recognizes same attitude that tore this country
speakers on the floor and decides voice votes. But it is generally the white apart in the Civil War? totally out of line

For some reason, Meyer argued Tuesday that traditionand upper-class: who choose to deny us The same attitude will take away
precedents rule over documented procedures of of our music. The white society the rights of those that may lookor Editor:I was thoroughly disgusted
feels they can no longer manipulatethe act differently. when I read Ray Boehmer's comic
order. He argued not to nominations for vacant
accept sen-
strip, Fine line, on Thursday April
"regular"people and our choiceof Maybe you will be happy when
ate seats off the floor. In doing so, the committee that recommends expression.So they would rather this country is devoid of expressionbut 12, which described a date with
senators, for seats has the last say because eliminate this option from our list I won't. I'm going to stand up "Jennifer Ampletop." This name
senators only vote on the person recommended.The of choices, then we would all haveto for what I believe in my rights. implies that the identities of women
conform to their standards. Robert Luclo are defined only through their bod-
rules say students can be nominated from the senate ies.
This country was formed the 1UF
on .
floor to fill a seat. Mary Rollins was, and won.
basis of many different cultures Teach In the spirit of true chauvinism
Student Government is often the first step future politi- sharing the same grounds, while awarenessfor Mr. Boehmer essentially reduced
cians take. If they learn that intimidation and corruption still retaining their individualisticideals. Earth WeekEditor women to mere sexual objects
So why now should we all which exist only to be felt and used
are the only ways to get ahead, ethics aside, then the
be forced to become like
the
white by ,
whole reason for democracy is undermined. Some of : This message is to all professors men
supremists who try to manipulateus this comic stripin
and The of
teaching assistantswho presence
these senators will build long resumes and references ? and sad-
are teaching courses April 19 The Alligator surprised
while here and will get into state and national politics. It is a sad day when our rightscan and 20. dened me. Although the highest

That scares us.alligator. be legally violated. It is also April 22 is Earth Day, 1990. editorial positions with the paperare
sick that we, as a people, can no There have been many events held by women, The Alligator
longer choose the music we wantto throughout the month focusing on chose to print a comic strip whichis
Editor listen to especially if we hap- the earth, such as brown bag forums degrading to all females.
pen to live in a country where they and lectures. of
Lucy Chabot There are still Unless women in positions
have already banned much of this
Managing Editor Opinions Editor' expression., more such events to come like the power begin to challenge these pa-
Earth Day celebration at the Flor- triarchal definitions of women, it
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton And who to choose?
gets Not ida Museum on April 21. will continue. be acceptable to
Letters Policy the people directly affected, but This may seem like enough at- joke about women as sexual con
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words(about one 8-by-lO page). They should be 'rather the supremist society:Don'twe tention to give one cause, but it's quests who function only,to boost
typed double-spiced and signed They should Include typed name, address and telephone have any rights? not Especially since not the male
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call Oh, I forgolllive in America.I attend these everyonewill ego.
events. WauU
the editorial' page<< editor l 379-4458 'Lynda
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I $5.00 OFF Perms, color or Hi-lite I II Cabinet Director Missy Cameron because of her work with the Environmental

I and Foil/ Frosting I ). a 20-year-old accounting and Action Group, the
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Specializing h Spiral Perms I W/CouponOnly I advise SG on local environmentalconcerns ability and "perky attitude," May
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that affect UF directly, such as car who works great with the other

pooling and recycling paper."Well cabinets.
.,tN..A..J'rl..l'.v... be looking at what affects But Earth Day 1990 coordinator

BRONSON SPEEDWAY students on campus daily, not at Heather Weiner said Cameron and
-N- rain forests or other farreachingissues the new cabinet should avoid the
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-: Cord Grate, FSU recycling coordinator the environment and take a standon
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projects, Cameron said a
manpower, but then there are al- program
small coolers allowed ways other problems. A cabinetcan involving water conservation will

f State Rd. 24 make people take notice and begin this summer. Sprinklers on
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i UM's environmental group, the said the cabinet's main task

MOM U4ED Tb SAY Earth Alert Group,has been organ- will be to emphasize an improved ,
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Kevin Mayeux said an amendment "We can't ever come back to a time (
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After Rollins' victory, senators meeting, drained senators approved Landmark Call Dr. Hendeles 392-5677
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Last week, APPLAUSE wanted to know what you do to stay awake while study- Range (Mon Wed) [332-7500]

ing for finals. Though none of you mentioned the fear of flunking out and windingup Hardback Cafe NDolphin

with a job as one of those people who wipes up the sweat on the court at [BANDS (Thurs), Tone Unknown (Fri),
Vibe Merchant with Camp 7 (Sat),
basketball (oh like it
r- games Sonic (Wed) [372-6248]
; hasn't crossed your mind), Lillians Beat Street (Thurs -

\ A If viiilL inl I our Hotline was Just plum Wed) [372-1010]
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t II Y jJjTffsmf | zany, kooky
, Lanely (Fri) [377-2927]
jp| I H mwMjgiymi| / j somewhat amusing sleep 'tf ARS Metropolis The Screaming

deprivation methods. Iguanas of Love with Dead Series
Seems the self-abusive methods are still in vogue today. Of course,cold water in (Fri), Braille Closet with Momentary

the face is passe Dina says she watches some really cheap, Freddy Krueger-like Central City Pajama Party Content(Sat) [Jax 1-355-6410]
Bruce Kleine
movies, because if she doesn't have nightmares from the movies themselves,she'll Napolatono's
(Thurs) [374-8002]
! (Fri, Sat), Beat Street Duo (Sun)
have nightmares because the movies' plots and scripts were so bad. Charlie's The Great Tom Wil- [332-6671]

Chris says he borrows his sister's latest New Kids bur (Thurs-Sat, Mon Wed) [371- The Rev Catherine Wheel
APPLAUSE is the weekly
entertainment on the Block album, puts it on his turntable and sets 8069] (Wed) [371.14801Dub's ]
supplement to Anita Brunette (Thurs Richenbachcr's Mr.
The Independent Florida the controls on Uh, Chris, misunderstood WhoopeeSat
Alligator. repeat. you ) [378-53591]
(Thurs), Pill Pill (Fri, Sat), Mr.
editor denlse m. reagan the question. It was what keeps you awake, not 'what Einstein A Co-Co Buffalo Tom Whoopee (Tues), Life on Mars
on staff makes you wretch your innards till broad daylight.steve (Fri), Scrawl with Afghan Wig (Wed) (375-5363]
gflllland Kevin had the right idea. He drinks a case of Jolt (Sat) [Jax 1-246-4073] Rick's Cafe Boogie Chilun
Jeremy helllgar, Gathering Lounge Spanks (Thurs), Inity(Fri), Good Ole Boys
Cola I and around the "French Fries" 12 times.
copy editors dan wine runs I (Thurs Sat), Crazy Joe and the (Sat) [137838421BSJ ]
I I 1 Hotline readers: Kevinis
) The UF Environmental Fair will be held
a professional DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME. today
on the Reitz Union North Lawn. Nuclear waste ;
(Remember the Mikey-POP-Rocks-Coke incident?) [ expert Frances Closeheart will speak in the morning -

Our winner though,is poor,poor Allyson. She says i and from 11:30: a.m. to 1 p.m., Reb Shlomo

that if she wants to stay awake and study for finals, will speak on multi-cultural environmentalism.
For more info, call 392-6253.
she just opens her bedroom door and listens to her
Michael Hofmann, one of Britain's finest
roommate and her:. boyfriend "go at it" for hours. MdC young poets, will read from his works at 8 tonight -
"Then I think about how desperately I need a boy- B BETS in Fine Arts Building Room BIOS.Hofmann

friend," she says.. Allyson is only winning because I is the author of two collections of poetry: Nightsin
the Iron Hotel and Acrimony.The .
APPLAUSE hates to hear such woe, and we feel she
University of Florida Symphonic Band will perform at 8:15:
can use her prize to buy less painful (but t only slightly) tonight For more info, call 392-0227.

means of sleep aversion. Like New Kids on the Block. The Florida Arts Trio will present a free concert at 8:15: p.m.Mondayin

This week, APPLAUSE wants to hear your predic- ?gi the University Auditorium.The program will include Arensky's"Trioin
D Minor"and Beethoven's "Trio in B-Flat Major." For more info,call
tions for your future here at UF. Will you pass your All 392-0223.

classes? Will you change majors? Will you changesexes UF's Men's Glee Club and Women's Chorale, directed by Scott

? Do you need to fill out a form for that? .: ,.; Leland and Jerri Coffe, will present a free concert Tuesday at 8:15: p.m.

This is your last chance to call the Hotline this semester ri" in the University Auditorium.
M"( t Tickets for the David Byrne concert April 30 at Central City are on
call like Call 376-4511, and
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to shoot Joey. This doesn't worke addicts; think of them as killers." performance for what is essentially

| got a hcfjjiache,* I William Hurt $U eanu Rmare a comedy.
plains i as he stu I les [ dull as the iIIers As for Kasdan, there is no telling
with a f| >ing Joel| I seem to wande pr s what made him choose this as
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she res p of ( pul based on someone else's script.
doped-up druggies to shoot Joey persona to little effect as the love- But, since he already has such
again but he still doesn't die! struck friend of Rosalie. movies as The Big Chill and Body
Kline and Ullman fare little bet- Heat to his credit, this should
This plot about a woman
crazy ter. He uses a cheesy Italian accent prove to be a quickly forgotten
kill her hus-
who keeps trying to
that wears thin early on. She is aberration.
1 band but can't seem to succeed is
effectively grim as the betrayed BY MICHAEL CILTZ
actually based on a real story. And
therein lies the problem.The script
by John Kostmayer and the direc- Center((372-5347) The First Power, House Party,Teen-age Mutant
Turtles, Valentine ((11 a.m. Sat Sun 5:15 Mon)
-- U -- TRI.STARPICTURES tion by Kasdan never attempt to Ninja Shirley ; : p.m.
. Rosalie (Tracy Ullman) and her mother Nadja (Joan Plowright!)can't seem to kill spice up this marvelous conceit Cinema N Drafthouse ((376-6843)) Always (starts Fri)
Rosalie's husband in I Love You To Death. with the black humor and screw- Oaks Four West((331-8118))Miami;Blues(opens Fri),Driving Miss

I Love You To Death to her man,but when Rosalie finds ball zaniness it begs for. Instead, Daisy, The First Power, The Hunt For Red October
Royal Park out he's been cheating,she decidesto I Love You To Death is presented ina Oaks Six East ((331-8818)) Nobody's Perfect, Shock to the System
Five years from now, I Love You kill him. dull, matter-of-fact manner. (both open Fri!),Crazy People,Cry Baby,Ernest Goes to Jail,Joe Versus
To Death will be only a minor foot- Only Plowright as Rosalie's the Volcano, Opportunity Knocks, Teen-age Mutant. Ninja Turtles, The
This isn't as as it sounds.Rosalie's .
note in the careers of a number of easy mother manages a few funny mo- Rocky Horror Picture Show (midnight Fri, Sat)
mom (Joan )
Plowright
talented actors and director Law- ments. When Rosalie is angry she Plaza ((378-2434)) Driving Miss Daisy. Ernest Goes to Jail:The Hunt
tries unsuccessfully to blow '
rence Kasdan. But today it surely upJoey's wasn't told about the attempted for Red October
car. Later, Rosalie herself
ranks as one of the major disap- bombing of Joey's car, Plowright Reitz Union ((392-1655)) Jezebel/The Letter" (Thurs), Parenthood
mixes bottles and bottles of sleep-
pointments of the year. explains sheepishly that "I (Frl, Sat), Parents (midnight Fri, Sat), Chronopolis (Sun), When the
ing pills into his spaghetti dinner.
It's the story of Rosalie (Tracey thought it would be a nice sur- Wind Blows (Mon), Heavy Traffic (Wed)
Ullman), the loving wife of a phi- Joey merely stomach.complains about an prise." Later, when Rosalie is Royal Park ((373-4277)) / Love 'You to Death; Pretty Woman, Born

landering pizza-maker named upset upset that the two men hired to on the Fourth of July ($1)), Look Who't Talking ($1))
Joey (Kevin Kline). She is devoted Rosalie then convinces a friend shoot Joey are on drugs Momma
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"BRRR..IT'S CHILLY IN HERE." landfill. The bag will be picked through in the morning by a woman combing the
Bud and his brothers stand on the steel-slated s,9h, N neighborhood for cans and bottles. With a shopping cart and a canvas bag, the woman
convenience store shelf patiently awaiting the stringof retrieves the salvageable material and wheels it to the closest recycling center. At a rate
events that will carry them beyond this cool, dark between 32 to 40 cents per pound of aluminum and 1 to 2 cents per pound of glass, the
place that has been their home since early Thursday woman makes enough money to survive. All five recycling centers in Gainesville offer
morning. money for aluminum cans and glass bottles.
Bud's experience with the outside world has been Bud also will end up at a recycling center. Bud and his closest brother are pulled from

limited to the past two days spent stacked amongst the rings that bound them, popped and clanked
relatives behind the condensation-dotted glass door. against one another. Tilted sideways in mid-air,

Pushed, lifted and carried, Bud now stands, pressed BUD BEER Bud's liquid pours out of him. In a firm grasp that I
against the glass, peering at the people and products 11 crinkles his cylinder,crunch-in and clank-out, the
illuminated by the fluorescent lights.a srI pack draining tilts continue.
The beer cooler" is a far cry from the muddy earth. One day, the flashlighthelmetedmen $: :r.1 q Empty and alone, Bud is set down on a cement
i came with machines to dig his core from the soil and throw him in a truck with \ ledge. Again, he stands awaiting the next stringof -
the others.Bud has been through presses, processes and iffI _z ,"" ,y events that will carry him beyond this placenow -i I
I packaging to end up filled with this cold, carbonated f that his purpose has been fulfilled.
liquid that is advertised in the front window for $3.19 After the sun has risen high in the sky, Bud is
sixpack.Bud picked up from his ledge and tossed into a big;
knew his time at the store was nearing an end blue container with other used and empty cans. Hidden from the sunlight by the cans I
when the door opened, bringing in a current of warm above and around him, the rattling box is carried out to where Bud can hear sounds of
air. He felt himself lifted from above by the plastic rings passing engines. Dented in the middle and smashed
connecting him to his brothers. Suspended in air 50 on top, Bud lies still for two days and two nights.On .
degrees warmer than his steel shelf, Bud was soon the third day, Bud is heaved upward and l, I
covered with cold beads of water. thrown mercilessly into the depths of a thundering;,
Tossed in a bag and thrown in a car,Bud was so jostledand FAD roar of clanking cans, clinking bottles and
shaken that the liauid inside him bubbled expand- papers. Stopping and starting, jerking and rolling)
his insides with soft Carried in the brown Bud is buried by the contents loaded onto the
I ing against pressure. paper bag frpm the car trucl. .
after him.
to another warm room, Bud again is placed on a steel-slated shelf. But now, one plastic I
Like his brothers lost to the landfill, Bud has bee ;
ring hangs empty.
Bud's brother has been popped his pliable top bent picked up by a truck owned by Browning-Ferris
Industries. But Bud is not taken to Archer to add the mountain of trash. He
being to )is?
and angled to release the liquid. With an extreme tilt that )
eventually turns him upside-down, the brother's contentsare G j taken either to Florida Central Recycling or Gator Recycling,the two centers that recycle
all the re-usable collected from Gainesville's
emptied, leaving him dry and without purpose. In a goods curbs.
from his There, the cans will be separated from the other recyclable products and flattened
matter of minutes, he was ripped family, emptiedand
thrown in a plastic bag with damp paper towels,coffee back into raw aluminum. The sheets then will be sold to the company with the highest
grinds and cigarette butts. Bid bid for the metal. Thus, Bud's life is to begin again.
On Monday morning, this bag will be picked up by + T For over a year now, the city of Gainesville has run a full-time, voluntary curb-side
Browning-Ferris Industries, the company that collects and recycling program. Forty-four percent of the 21,000 homes to which the blue recyclingbins
disposes of all the garbage in Gainesville. Along with were distributed actively participate. Gainesville Recycling Coordinator Pamela
hundreds of other bags of trash,the bag with the Budweisercan Brown said the program originally was discussed in 1985.
will be trucked off to Archer and dumped into an "We really didn't have the space to land-fill garbage, and we needed to find another
ever-increasing mountain of waste that method to get rid of it," Brown said.

will sit and be smashed and sit some Sponsored by thencommissionersJean
more, until it is eventually buried by v Chalmers and W.E. "Mac" McE-
heaps of dirt from which Bud's brother achern in 1987, the mixedrecyclingprogram
was tested on a small, northwest -
originally came.
In the refrigerator, Bud knows nothingof neighborhood of fewer than
0141 1,000 homes. Met with success, the
this. He knows only that two rings'
now hang freely and he is again being city-funded program was expandedat t
lifted and dropped into a bag and carried the end of the year to include 6,500'
homes.
to a car. -
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Tilted against the tan-cushioned seat, Bud's contents swish inside him, tipping him ..- (1,,"k' In the midst of Gainesville's growing project, the state:
forward and back with every acceleration and deceleration. Banging against each other, / government passed a 1988 amendment to the Solid Waste
I Bud and his brothers resonate a deep, metallic thud. Management Act mandating every county in Florida to reduceits I IAfter
Another brother Is torn from the pack and placed, his tab bent back, in a black plastic waste by at least 30 percent by 1994. The amendment did
holder hanging from the car window. Bubbling over not include provisions about how to reach that goal.
a task force of city, county and university personnel
at every bump in the road, the open brother slowly
warms to car temperature. As the engine slows and \ ; studied the waste issue, recycling was found to be the mos I

putters to a stop,the liquid Is drained in five succes- immediate .method_ of. reducing. waste.d I
sive 4-second gulps.Tossed behind the driver's seat, Although the city was not mandated to do so by law, Gainesville and Alachua County 1]
Bud's brother spits his last drop on the padded a applied jointly for a grant from the state to start the city and county-wide recyclin: I
ceiling and rolls down the brown vinyl onto the floor, program. In a lump sum, they have received approximately $400,000 a year for the pas

where he lies next to a dirty plastic milk carton. two years.
air Bud from "sad "Everybody gets their own piece of the pie," Brown said.
Out in the night hangs diagonally
%Come there The is divided between the various and count
city
money I Ithe
the ring held above him. Occasionally brushing ofttATBFL
against the warmth of a human leg, the beads on his divisions ,that run or contribute to recycling programs. UF's
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences receives a chunk of
side are wiped clean. I
Confusion abounding, Bud is bumped and banged against various bodies and walls. grant to make compost from organic waste, and UF also
The fourth brother loses his grip on his ring and thumps.momentarily unnoticed onto receives money for its paper recycling program.
the carpet. Kicked and rolled to a dark corner, Bud's brother lies still against the stucco Pilot programs are under way to test recycling in non-neigh

wall until he is lifted, and like the three before him, opened and emptied.
Dropped in a plastic bag on the street corner, this brother will never make it to the Continued Page Ten

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its debut and re-christened his concept The strangers, but they somehow leave as drunk, at parties Rocco gets to play more
"Kiss." Soon enough, the bleachers were Big Buddha. (He had to change the name friends. of what he really likes New Yorkstyledance
bare. because Central City retains legal right to Dancing slowly and ever so smoothly to music.
slow beat well as to a furious New York dance music is more electronic
At $30 an hour, CJ had better be good. the name "Club 201. ) After several Mon- a funky as ,
But $30 is a little low by his normal stan- days at MFP in January, The Big Buddha jolting groove, Nathan remains the center than Miami dance music, Rocco says. New
dards. When he was a DJ in Panama City, became the Hardback Cafe's Wednesday of attention. Alone he radiates that energy York dance songs,such as "Too Turned On"
CJ says he was earning up to $75 an hour. night mainstay until last month. Now the that Alan strives to create. by Alisha and "Set It Off" by Straffe, are
But with Gainesville's "amateur" competition Big Buddha can be found Fridays and Sat- Nathan's moves are as effortless and con- usually in minor keys, which give them a
CJ makes less money and gets fewer urdays on The Rev's ground floor, just two stant as Alan's music is unpredictable."I tinge of melancholy.
jobs. Maybe Gainesville just isn't ready fora flights down from Troy's house jams.: take risks. I change the mood and the People categorize Miami music as "that
$75-an-hour DJ. Alan says Club 201 stemmed from his energy all night," Alan says. "I'll go from Stevie B. kind of stuff," he says. It's happier
"Yeah, I've been cursed out over the desire to create an "alternative to the alter- very high to very low to in the middle to music in major keys, more Central City's
phone," he says. "But if you're paying less native," which he explains as music that no funky." style. Still, Rocco throws in a little New
than $125 for four hours, you're not gettinga one has heard before. Trends are taboo. Like Troy, Alan approaches his work as York dance music, but only in small doses.
good DJ." Alan would prefer to be associated with an artist. But Alan goes even further. He "If I play it a tad too much,I'll lose them,"
CJ may know a lot about rates, but he something unique. Moev or Ministry, tries to bring attention to obscure music. he says. "They want happy, jumpupanddown -
probably hasn't heard many of the songs maybe. No Fine Young Cannibals or B-52's. "If you pay attention to the music I'm music."
that 25-year-old Alan Trueba plays. "Fightthe "I'm not trendy," he says. "I don't play playing, you'll realize that I'm not gonna And the crowd gets what it wants. Tech-
what else is Instead he Madonna. It's not notronic 2 Live Crew and Paula Abdul
Power" by Public Enemy will never see everyone playing. play just gonna happen, are
the turntable at one of CJ's dances or wed plays Nitzer Ebb, Public Enemy and Nine he says. "The whole idea of a club is to play big favorites at Central City. About the
ding receptions. Slam dancing would probably Inch Nails. music they've never heard before." latter, Rocco says, "I play a little to get
not go over too well at Club X or Alan's music is apparently effective. He Alan also sees himself as an artist in the everyone off my back." But like Troy, he
Central City. But with Alan spinning the measures his success by dance floor reac- way he puts music together.It's does have his rules.
records, both are the rule rather than the tion. And boy does he get a reaction! my creation," he says. "I 1 try to create "If I hear something played on the radio
exception. "I see people jumping. I see people run- something to make the people go crazy." extensively, I won't play it," he says. "I like
While Troy is secluded in a booth above ning into walls," he says excitedly. "I see Ronnie Antevy, known by his friends as to give more of a variety. something you
the dance floor, Alan works at floor level people just totally losing themselves on the Rocco, would agree with Alan that excep- can't find."
beside The Rev's bottom dance floor. Troy dance floor."I tional DJs are artists. Rocco, a UF engineering Troy and Alan have a lot in common,
may not dance because standing so long like for people to go into a place and student, has been pleasing Central City though it's a bit harder to find a Moev or
makes his legs feel "rubbery," but Alan feel an energy, regardless of whether crowds for two years with his mixes of Front 242 record than, say, Paula Abdul's
continues to move to the beat, even as he there's one person there or a hundred people house, Top 40 and Miami-style music. forever Your Girl.
looks for another record. More than a year before his Central City But when Troy and Alan are still shuffling
Madonna's "Express Yourself" might geta Dressed completely in black, except for a career, Rocco created The Brooklyn Beat, a records at 2 a.m. (The Rev usually doesn't
big response from CJ's crowd, but Alan's white shirt buttoned to the collar, wearing DJ service that's still going strong. Workingat close until after 3 a.m.), Rocco is ready to
visitors would have to go elsewhere to hear eyeliner and pale-red lipstick, Nathan parties with The Brooklyn Beat has little don his dancing shoes. Central City closesat
such blonde ambition. Alan's favorite Sams, 19, might stand out at Club X or in common with spinning tunes at Central 2 a.m., and after hours of non-stop blaring
group, The Pixies, is a far cry from Infor- Central City. But among other Big Buddha City, Rocco says. music and bright strobe lights, Rocco is
mation Society. He likes progressive musicall patrons, he's just another face in the crowd. "When I'm at Central City, I'm on a ped- just getting started. He usually goes to ClubX
right, but he hates house music."I Nathan, a UF psychology major, feels at estal where nobody can tell me what to do," where he can hear something a little
don't like it," he says. "I played house ease with Alan at the turntable.To him,The he says, referring to his quarters above the different from what he plays.
music four years ago. It's old to me." Big Buddha is the "fraternity version of dance floor. "For all of us who work at Central City,"
Last fall, Alan created Club 201, a progressive." He sees many of the same At parties, he has to deal with drunk he says, "it's like we just got off work at
Wednesday-only club on Central City's sec- people every night, and everyone seems people who won't wait five minutes to hear five and we're ready to go out."






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By Penlna J Freedman on Wednesday. But this is not the first time Ancient Colours is the puberty stage of whatwe "It is fun to watch them grow and see how
Gainesville has been stomping ground for UF students have welcomed the Catherine are now." much they have changed and expanded
uite a few bands before their fairy tale Wheel. They have played at fraternity par- The band is looking for a label to fund its musically," Fincher says. "They're just not
ascents to stardom.U2 ties in the past,and recently they performedat next cassette, which the members want to the type of band you get bored of."
The Police, and Tom Petty and the the Orange & Brew. release this year. "But chances are we are Under the ICU name, the Catherine
eartbreakers are just a few examples of "We thought the crowd at the Universityof going to fund the second tape ourselves Wheel was voted best local band In a 1988
ands that came through Gainesville and Florida was very receptive and we really he says. "We don't need any strings at- student poll published in the University of
layed on campus before anyone knew who enjoyed playing for them," Hammill says. tached." South Florida college newspaper, The Ora-
{hey were. And unknown bands continueo The band members, all in their early 20s, The name change from ICU to the Catherine cle. And in 1989, the St. Petersburg Times
[ file through Gainesville,hoping a similar are lead vocalist Jonathon Harrison, bassist Wheel marks the maturing of a band voted them most outstanding new music
formula will catapult them to exalted sta- Martin Conner, drummer Doug Prescott, that has gone through many changes, Ham- band. In the same year, the band beat sev-
keyboardist Geoffrey Stuart and lead gui- mill says. eral others to represent a St. Petersburgradio
tus.The
Catherine Wheel,formerly ICU,is far tarist Hammill.The "The name ICU was thought up in 1983 station in the Snickers New Music
[from unknown in its hometown of St. Pe- band formed in 1979 when Hammilland when our music was really laid back and Search. Although the band did not win,
ersburg. But in the constant search for a Prescott got together to play covers in fun, so the name fit," Hammill says. "But Hammill says it was exciting just qualifyingfor
roader audience, a band must extend its their garages. Conner, Hammill's best then we grew up and our music changed. the contest.




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oundaries of familiarity. Gainesville is as friend, joined them two years later, and "Now our music is more spiritual in na "Contests are fun, but we are not out to
good a place as any, lead guitarist Gerald they played at community centers and high ture.It asks the listeners to choose their own win," he says. "We just want to have an
|Hammill says. schools. It wasn't until 1986 that the entire destiny and to be themselves." audience of people that enjoy what we are
The group plays their brand of "alterna- band began playing as ICU. Shortly there- The new name was Inspired by St. Cath- doing."
ive" music and writes songs based on their after, the band recorded its debut, Ancient erine of Alexandria, a martyr who was tortured In May, the band is going to take some
moods and feelings, Hammill says. He pre- Colours. and killed on an instrument called the time off from performing and start writingsome
fers the freedom to write what he wants The tape was recorded practically for free Catherine Wheel."A new music. They are also planning a
Ian impossibility in commercial music at Full Sail Studios in Orlando. Hammill lot of our music is serious in nature, trip to Los Angeles, possibly to relocate.
[played on the radio. says about 1,500 tapes were sold and 200 but you don't want to take yourself too "Making music is just in our inner-
Although the group would welcome a others are still floating around. seriously because you lose the fun of it." selves," member Stuart says. "We enjoy the
[record label, they do not want to have to "The tape is old; we play different music The band has attracted quite a followingover response we get from people when we play,
[conform to what a record company wants. now," he says. "Making the tape was kind the years. UF junior Julie Fincher is a and we are proud of the music we write.
("What's playing if you're not playing what of a joke. We just figured we had nothingto friend of the band members who has been None of us do drugs, and by playing we get
(you want to play?" Hammill says. lose because the cost was so minimal. watching them perform for more than two our high and we need to feed that addic-
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Marti!UptonThe ing to playa patient,asking Evan- socialist Jacques Roux (Mike
gelist "if he needed help getting Cotch) enacted his rabblerousingscene
latest endeavor from the everything together." Althoughher barefoot and wearing an
crosstown Repertory Theater, past experience is limited to R.E.M. T-shirt. Neither the dimlylit
arat-Sade, will open in just six time at Seminole Community Col- empty interior of the decrepit
days despite its shaky start. This lege in Orlando "sort of learning building nor the casual dress and
evolutionary play, true to its turbulent about theater,"Glenn has handledthe colloquial speech of the actors
subject,has led to a baptismn job admirably.She during the workshop took away
\ fire for first-time director Jim notes that Marat-Sade repre- from the emotional impact, but
vangelist.The sents a "change of venue" since rather they demanded a tight
drama, which recounts the the play won't be performed at the focus on the players' reactions to
ssassination of the French rebel Acrosstown, but at an old build- each other and to the essential
arat as performed by the in- ing on Southeast Second Place E message of Marat-Sade. Yes, the
ates of the asylum of Charenton, that was once the Florida Sign story does occur in France in 1808; I
resented Evangelist with problems Shop. Securing the building tem- ''j ie however, its vibrancy and riotous
recruiting enough extras to porarily was one hurdle Glenn I mood transcend such a narrow
esh out the unusually large cast.o had to overcome; she met with framework.
complicate matters, actors numerous city officials "from the Laura Glenn expects to see a
eemed to vanish off-set as swiftly mayor down" to obtain the per- large turnout opening night. The
s they arrived. Scot Davis, who mit. Consequently, she says that play will be performed in the
lays Sade,compared the attrition the play reflects "quite a commu- round, which means that the au-
ate to "the turnover at nity project." In fact, community dience will surround the players :
cDonald's." The original musi- service workers will\ help paint on all sides. This way, the audlj j
bal director, to mention one casualty the I
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,left after a few rehearsals and women from the Gainesville Com- _E.ANN STODDARD 0 in what should prove to be !
asn't replaced until just last munity Correctional Center will Jim Evangelist reviews the script with player Ana Diaz during rehearsal. a highly energetic and chaotic =
eek. Despite these past problems play extras. Coulmier, director of the asylum. I had the chance to slip into the show. I
Evangelist claims production Describing the rest of the cast, However varying the actors may Sign Shop to check out a rehearsal.
is now running smoothly.The Evangelist says, "Most have never be, Evangelist recognizes their There, the character of Sade (Scot Marat-Sade opens Wednesday at
play's successful continunce acted before; they are all\ very dif- common resiliency and says that Davis)delivered a bellowing solil- 19 SE 2nd Pl. and will run for three
owes much to assistant direc- ferent people." Ironically\ the since beginning work on Marat- oquy as he paced about in red weeks, Wednesdays through Satur
or and stage manager Laura president of Acrosstown, Bob Sade, "the actors have bonded to- hightops, long blond hair flying days. Tickets are $4 during the week
jlenn,who came to the scene hop- Freeman, is filling the role of gether." everywhere. Ex-priest and radical and $5 on weekends.

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Serving a complete breakfast t lunch & & Gainesville tradition continuesAwarm American RestaurantButler Capt'n Louie's GalleyTry
dinner breakfast Eatery Brewery Inn
menu. Weekday spe- Country setting featuring
cials just 295. You won't have to go Full Bar, fresh brewed beer. Celebra- unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and Plaza 375-4064. Jumbo Margaritas our Grilled Dolphin on Specialthis
home to get home cooking*!Located off tion hour 11-7 daily. Expanded Patio pasta specialities; Tableside flambe' are our Specialty! Open 7 days a week for 6.95. Includes salad bar,
Archer Rd. near 1-75, behind the Motel with live entertainment Thurs. &: Sat. desserts it coffees. Dinner from 5 week. Monday thru Saturday 11 am- potato, tt hush puppies. 309 NW 13th
6. Open 6 am to 10pm Sun Th, and 6 nights. Oaks Mall Plaza nightly. Lunch from 11:30: am week 1:15: am and Sunday from 1 pm-1015: St, across from Krispy Kreme.
am to 11.30pm: Fri &Sat. days. Reservations recommended. 101 pm. Happy Hour daily 11 am-6 pm.
SE 2nd Place. 375-7620. MC/VISA ac PAILY SPECIALS: Monday Long Is.
Hometown Restaurant BARBQUEDavid's cepted. Iced Tea Jumbos$4.95, Tuesday Sex on LaFitte's Seafood and
the Beach Jumbos $4.95, Wednesday
Complete breakfasts from$1.55,create- Raw BarDowntown i
Jumbo Margaritas $4.25, Thursday all
your-own omelettes only $325! Bis- Import Beers 99t, Fajita Combo Dinnerfor on the Square I i il
cuits, Muffins, Cinnamon Biscuits 2 only $7.95 on Monday and Tues- l 11 SE 1st Ave.3729928For I
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Ing. For lunch, we feature the best sal- Delicious mouth-watering Bar-B-Q HEALTHThe 10 years offering the best seafood in l

ads in town, along with burgers,hot tt beef, pork &: ribs &: chicken. Huge por- Gainesville. Blackened, Broiled, and
cold sandwiches, and homemade tions-Reasonable Prices! Look for cou- Grilled...Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que
soups tt chili. Ask your friends, we're pons in Gator Greenbacks. Down the El Toro Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Steak,
the best value in town! Open 7 days a road from Santa Fe C.c. 5121 NW 39th Club Cafe Mexican Restaurant Chicken and Quail.Try our new Italian
week.Now serving I lomcst)'le Dinners i Ave. 373-2002. Gainesville's healthy alternative. Gen- Specialties. Nightly Fresh seafood.
from 4:30: -9 pm M-Sat!!. 1218 N. Main. erous portions prepared with an em- 1723 SW 13th St. Every Monday night: All the Garlic,
G'ville Shopping Center.371-2106. phasis on low cholesterol &: low salt &: Great Mexican Food 7 Days Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs You
Sonny's high fiber. All foods are oil free. No Brag-Just Fact. Can Eat! Lunch M-F 11-3. Dinner 5-12,

Ivey'sAvoid Real Pit BarBQFor Choose from a variety of muffins, ba- M-Sun. Now Taking Reservations.

the ordinary-For a refreshingly tasty beef, pork, chicken and ribs, gels, soups, salads, pasta, potatoes,
.., different dining experience in a cozy, come to Sonny's, for Bar-B-Q At Its sandwiches, fresh fruits, yogurt, gra- La Fiesta
intimate setting-try breakfast, lunch or Best! 11-9:30: (Sun-Thu) &: 11-10 (Fri- nola &: smoothies. Try our new grilled Purple Porpoise
dinner at Ivey's Grill. Extensive breakfast Sat). 2700 N. Waldo Rd. 3610 S.W. 13th chicken or vegeburger sandwiches. Mexican Restaurant
menu, homemade soups, large St 3635 S.W.Archer Rd U.S.441 at 1-75, Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. G-ville's newest authentic Mexican res- Oyster Pub
fresh salads, sandwiches and burgersfor Alachua. Mon-Sun. Inside the G'ville Health &: taurant. Our family restaurants have 1728 W.Univ.Ave.Happy Hour47pmMF.
lunch and dinner. Fresh seafood, Fitness Center. Westgate Regency 377- been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. Oyster Happy Hour 2-4pm daily
chicken and pasta dishes also at dinner. 4955. Serving daily lunch specials llam- and 7-close Monday Night. Drink spe-
Or come in for a decadent dessert with Woody's BarBQThe 2:30pm: &:delicious dinner entree's 5-10 cials every night.Lunch specials lani-
espresso or cappucino. Beer and wine Best Bar-B-Q in the world! weekdays tt 5-10:30: weekends. Comein 2pm. Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25t
list. Open 7 days a week. MC, VISA, Banquet Facilities Available. &: give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PI. and $2.00 pitchers.
AMEX. 3303 W. Univ. Ave.3714839. Catering for small &: large parties. (between Service Merchandise &: Mr.
Han's)332-0878.
Specializing in Baby Back Ribs! ITALIANLeonardo's

J's Restaurant Open 7 days a week from llam-lOpm!
7520 Newbery Rd. 332-7858 SPANISHLa
t Breakfast house 20 years. Serving
8: -2:30: every day. One block to cam- 706
pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave.Joe's CARIBBEANCaribbean Experience the Renaissance, progres- a
sive pastas and fresh fish in an alterna-
tive atmosphere. Offering Thai ConchaThe
Deli Chicken, Cajun Shrimp. Gorgonzola
Market Street Pub
I Home of the two-foot Catortail! Daily Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and flavor of Key West right here In
lunch specials M-F at all locations. Spice Chicago Style Pizzas. Vinci's de- Fine handcrafted meats &: sausages, Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American -
Campus,34th St. 13th St Free Delivery! 1121 W. Univ. Av. 377-2712 M-F 10-8 light. Afterwards enjoy homemade imported beer in a jovial English Pub Cuisine. M-F 11am-830pm: 4002
377-5637&: 375-5637 Take-out restaurant specializing in Jamaican desserts, espresso, cappuccino& a ter- atmosphere. Located downtown 120 W.Newberry Rd.Plaza West 378-4002.
beef patties. Vegetarian items rific wine list. Mark Newman chef. S- SW 1st Ave.3772927.Murphy's .
available. Daily Lunch Special 1.99. Th. 5-10 pm &: Fri. &: Sat. 5-11 pm. 706
Snuffy's Restaurantand Fresh juices also available.CHINESE. W. Univ. Ave.3782001Manaro's

Lounge Pub STEAKGreat

1017 W. University Ave. 376-8899. Daily SpecialsDeli
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour- Sandwiches &: Ice cold beer!
met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, Since 1955. "Some things never change. Billiards, Darts and Video games.
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand fortunately,your good taste and our Happy Hour 4-7 Daily.; Mon.-Thur. Steaks
wiches, and New England clam chow- consistently delicious Italian food. 11am-l2pm. Fri.-Sat. llam-lam. Sun.,
der. Relax and enjoy your favorite Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm. Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across Beef & SpiritsFor
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. J's RestaurantChinese Gainesville's most popular Italian Restaurant from the YMCA pool. 372-4751.
the best
for 30 Casual attire steaks and prime rib in
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: amMidnight.Fri over years.
( &:Sat), 11:30: am-2 am.(Sun),6 pm- food: delivery, 5-9 pm; lunch welcome. Fresh dishes daily including Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa 11-2:30: ;dinner 5-9 pm every day except chicken, veal, steak, shrimp tt homemade charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
tt Am. X. Tues. night. Only a block to campus. desserts at affordable prices. Red Lion Tavern and your dinner. Chicken &: Seafood too!
1225 W. Univ. Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp. Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail Open daily 5-10.2 for 1 well drinks &
able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campus Grill dollar drafts from 5-7 p.m. 6-pound
Woody's Nationally (east on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. i DO NOT READ THIS AD AND BY challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 3734301.Tim's .
COFFEE ALL MEANS DO NOT COME IN! Our
Famous Sandwiches HOUSEThe (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall I
372-4690. beer is warm and our food Is lousy.
3458 W.Univ.Ave. 11/2 ml.from cam Grill open 12-12.Nightly Specials.2413
pus. Hearty deli-style sandwiches, SW 13th St. 378-6320-But don't calliShelley's THAI
soups &: salads featuring top quality Philsophy Store
Boors Head coldcuts on specially Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. For
baked fresh bread served In a relaxed Univ.Ave.378-6370. In the tradition of
casual atmosphere,conducive to meet- bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th InformationRegarding Tavern
Thai RestaurantBrings
ing friends, entertaining parents &: tt 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by Dandng Barmaids. Now open at 11am
family or conducting light business the bean or by the brew.Espresso,Cap- Out On The Town, for lunch. Pool Tournament every you the "Best Blend of the Ori-
transactions. Imp. &: domestic beer, puccino, & numerous exotic coffees Contact Wed. Daily Specials. 6900 SW ArcherRd. I ent." Open Mon-Sat, Closed Sun.Visa,
wine MC It VISA accepted. Open M-. from the world over.Many varieties of 'Lynn Spinello MC; AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave; 372-
Sat 11-9. F 1110 &: dosed Sun. tea, too. lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat. 376-4482 5424.N11110 .

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3 Mobile Homes neg 332.9564. Ask for Linda or Barbara. campus, c.ntr.I.lr. pool laundry, $290 a 2bd/2bth at $235 per person Oak Forest

The Alligator Office 4-27-7.1 month obo. 3752193. 4-20.5-2 Apt. 373.4220 ask (for Tally. 4.24.5.2
For Rent/Sale/ "1105 W UnverstyAve! .

4 Sublease House/Apt./ M-F Bam 4pm Studio apt $210 and a 1 br $235 with all $299 MOVE IN SPECIAL STONERIDGEAPTS 2 blocks from law school 1 bdrm house

Main utilities 373-5664 keep calling. 9 blocks Pool, tennis. weight room. sauna $350/mo/ require last mo rent and $350 ,
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6 For Sale M-Foam-4.30 pm 2 separate rooms for rent $175 each ft 1/3 AVAILABLE IN MAY 1 Bdr Spyglass Apt avail I for sublease May

7 Real Estate Re s Union Cshter'l Office util, no lease, move In asap, $75 sec dep 7. Near Oaks Mall. Act nowl! and receive 3

M-FSam- 9 pm Sat noon 9 10 mln from UF 373.7981. 4-23-3-1 Bike to campus 1BR apt., quiet weeks free rent. 335.0139. 4.24-4-2
8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm complex, efficiency kitchen, patio

9 Autos pm FOR RENT: Ifl closet. $240 2bdr/2 1/2/ ba twnhse across from

Medical Bookstore. Shands OConnell Center, w/d 2.car garage. Sub
10 Wanted M. F. Sam 430pm 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Walk to campus 2BR apt. downstairs let only May-Aug. 335.4333 Iv msg 4.25.
Hardwood floors, Inside bike storage 5.2
11 Services By Mall: Summer rate only. $400
Use forms to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, For Rent: 3bdrm Condo In Marchwood
appearing weeklyin
12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry no cash by 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. WOWI Completely furnished 2BR dollhouse $550 a month, 3 month lease Call for

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15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard Oak Glade Apts Near UF ft VA, quiet dishwasher. carpet, laundry in 1 BR condo ,in NW section (behind Mass

ONLY Five, dollar minimum washer/dryer available In most units for complex Bike, to campus $275 Bros.). Deluxe kitchen wwasher and
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No refunds can b* given house. $495/mo ft util first, last &.$120
INCREDIBLE
KEY MANAGEMENT sec. no pets. 931 NW 9th Av. Summer/yr

When will your ad run? Alligator errors: Starting Efficiency' $185 Apt. 372-3060 407.295.9641 or 3777576. 42552

Check your ad the FIRST day 'il runs 42042
Starting at $235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST s
.
Call 373 FIND with any corrections before

Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 378.3988 MOVE IN NOW MOBILE HOMES:
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 2 br duplex near 34 St. Plaza Pets ok. a/c,
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected 375.3861 qUiet. $275 3 FOR RENT/SALE

Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day. "Check Our New Specials"

Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given alter All Amenities Available 2br/l 1/2ba condo In pool complex, Moving.Must Sell! 12x60 (turn mobile

THREE placing the ad. Changes called in after FURNISHED UNFURNISHED' wash/dry $450 home. Great cond., $4500. Call 3368984.
days to Ads
appear. the f first, day will not be compensated Roommates! Available Don't t throw away $ on apt rent. 4.20.5-3 )
may run for any length of time We're NO.1REGENCY 2br/1 ba apt. off Tower Rd. New carpet

and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes: OAKS dshwash, hookups $315

Corrections must be made in person at 378.5766 SUBLEASE:
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator olfce. BEFORE NOON 3230 SW Archer Road 3br/1 l/2ba, SW townhouse, hook-ups.

for cancelled ads.. There will bee $2.00 correction fee COUNTRY GARDENS mini-blinds, pool. $450 4 HOUSEAPT.May .

373.4500
KEY MANAGEMENT
2001 SW 16th Street rent FREE! 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD
372 3060
MANOR. Rent summer C w/ option for
Solve Parking Problem) Walk to UF fromAnglia 4.204.2Big Fall. Call now I 375.1208 Iv. message 4-

(NW 6th/15th/ Str) Modern well kept t 27.17.4
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: FURN. Apts ea w/own washer/dryer, cent ht/ac 1 bedroom apt, close to UF avail on
May 5. central heat/a
Now renting for fall 1 lyr lease 1st & 'last carpeting $245 Oxford Manor-2bdr/2ba. avail In May for
1 FURNISHEDWALK ROOM A FOOD STARTING $145 for Summer dep $460/mo 2bdrll ba. $6lO/mo through summer. $255 after' July. 372 summer c Closest to pool tennis. weight
& Fall also avail at CLO. Incl) 0565 4-20-4 2
Spring 3bdr/2ba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 336-8354 room. Call for more Info 3760506 419

3 BLOCKS UF Room c/h/ac/ share 10 meals/wk pd.1.blk to UF.Student 3920554. 4.20.10.2
kit/baths w/d male students Run II 377.4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th 3.1 1 bedroom apt, private patio central h/a OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba sublet turn
prefer grad kitchen equipped 425 SE 8th St.
$195 &
185 single240 double 376.6652 3788122. St 4-30.10.1 Attractive clean apts & houses. close t to summer A or C. Rent negotiable, re-rent
UF avail for deposit 3752505. 4-20 2-2 for fall Call 371-0777 .
4.27.16.1SAVE Aug., 1 yr lease No dogs option leave message
Lg, ultra mod 3bdr/2ba twnhs. 4 yr old.b/w Call 495-9024. 4-30-24-2 4.23.10.4
Avail, now: 1-bdr I apt; fans cent heat/air;
$85/mo Own bdr Furn UF, SFCCamall. Quiet commun,
Apt Avail May w// option to renew Brandywlne In Aug Jacuzzi,security syst wa/dry ftmore StudiO, 1bd, 2bd, and 3bd apts and mini$275 vertical blinds; 373.0701 own bus, near UF. ; Pistils Help Us: 2bdr/1 b. Apt. for Summer .
Including water 4-30-5 2
$350/mo. Gary 378.5564 If no answer $950/mon.g unfurn.call 374-8621/lv message ; houses avail I now and for fall. Walk to UFI C. Use our furniture 1 pay no de
Beat the rushl til! Reasonable rent. 3366492 *
4.23.51F College Park Properties pos
please try again 4255.1 411 NW 15th. 371.7777. 42782 2br/1 ba townhouse, 1 blk to UF Wood 4.30-164
floors spacious only $285/mo cheap!
Room In 3bdr house $180/mo ft util. 375 Rmmt S/NS own Bdr/Ba $215/mo ft 1/2. .
Available May 9th. Call 371 0655. 42452
8329. 41951 util At Rocky Point. For more Info call: Lisaat 2BD/1BA $325/MO. Phoenix Apts, closeto Sublease For Summer Woption for Fall.

378.5397 or 335-9455. 4-24-5.1 UF/Shands, very spacious avail I now 1 Spacious 2bdr Apt. CHEAP RENTI! Call

year or summer lease, ok. Brad 375- 376.8090. 4.30.164
Cheerful .
pets
3bdrm home, fireplaces, gardens Large 2bdrm/2ba In Pinetree Gardens
N/S wanted to share 2br/1 b.. furn IncludIng 1303. 423.102
available, porches, parking, ((2)$150) shares w/d, available May 1 for $175 ft 1/2 Apts New carpet, complex quiet/secure w/ Nice, cheap, 2 rmmts to sublease

clans Special consideration to musi util For more info call David 331.1052. In The Pines pool, no pets Lease avail 5/15/90.8/111 3bdr/3ba, furn condo. $120/mo avail May
377.1510. 4-20.5.1 4245 dep/lst mo. $459/mo. rest of May free July. Pool, w/d In Casablanca. Anytime
Spacious 1. 2 & 3 Bedroom .
336 6358 or 372 0803 Iv mlg. 4-24-5-2 335-0101. 42454
FULLY furnished $308 for summer B + 1/2 Apartment & Townhouses I
utilities, live by yourself, excellent location Serious N/S F quiet safe, neighborhood 15 Convenient to UF/Shands House/duplex 4bdr/2ba
fireplace, cent Oxford Manor 1bd avail I May 7 for
mn bike to UF, $180 or $200 (private door) option
l call 335.5958 must sell, call anytime. 2 pools, tennis crt weight room, ht/air
1 1/2 ml so of UF, 1 lye lease renewal Aug. Nice, clean, & car '
4.20.5.1Townhou.own Incl utilities, laundry 376 3114 eves, avail 2 gray
sauna. laundry rooms $650/mo. Call
376 6183 Leave Message
5/5. 42451Subl. pet Big enough for twol Call 378.6515 Iv .t
373-3371 4.24-5.2 msg 4.24-5-4
furn bdr:ba. wash/dry, tI
205 SE 16th Ave
.... furnished apt In Aloha Gardensown I
pool close to UF, $300+ 1/2 util 335 HUGE, Studio 8 blks to UF wd firs
room in 3bdrm apt $130/month ft 1/2 mile east of Main St Live at Oakbrook this summer! Close to
1841. 4-27 10 1 fireplace, full sz kit low else Lease tit July I
1/3 util! Pool laund., racq Tammie 377. campus, own b.drm/b.lhlully/ furn A
5989. 42031LAKEWOOD Three Oaks 3bd 2bth Just 3. blks N of UF, 31 wyear option. $265 375-0963 Iv msg steal al $250/mo+1/2 util Call 376-1281
Furn rm for rent In 2br house apt $145/mo very, very nice 414 NW 14 St. College 42782 eves 4-23-8-4

+ 1/2 util for summer only. Close to UF Park Properties 371.7777. 4.27-8.2
376 VILLAS up to 3 rooms. all
'5912
anytime or Iv 4 20-5
message summer,furn, wash/dry Call anytime 336 2BR .pt. Fenced $150/mo $150 dep Call Great local for summer pool-view apt in .
1916 .1Bdrkltllvlng 28DR House by UF Carport, fireplace, 372.0640 after' 1 pm. 42032 Oakbrook Walk, fully turn walk to UF 1.2 r
a/c 328 NW 15th Ter College Park Apts rmmts Call Cindy 378-8984. 4-23-8-4
Condo for rent. Treehouse Village, util Office: 411 NW 15th Str 371.7777. 424

2bd/2ba/ ready for, fall semester $135/mo rm privilege fall $185/mo.most 4bdr pd Block from UF, Large Rooms Utilities Rasp quiet n/s needed Own rm in 3bed
wash/dry, 2pools & clubhouses. only $840 summer apt Sublease paid Cox cable: nice. Call Greg 3783291.
or 1740 NW 3rd Pi. To apply/Info 372 May-July. sm efficiency wlarge 11/2bath apt Only 120.1 I pay the rest. No
2434.i60/person. Call Carl or Gall 305 271- 4/371-4243.. 41911 yard $135/mo ft 1/5 util Call Sandy after' $150-225/mo rent 42452 dep, May.Aug. Call 375-1354 after' 6pm,
4-20 4-1 7pm 3726146 4.111.5.2 Saeed 4.30.134Classitleds.

Center Court, nice 2bd, walking distance
very -
Oakbrook2bdr2ba. 1/2 mile from UF, 3 rooms In NW home, wash/dry 2ba, close 2BR/1 BA quad unit avail summer possibly I. to UF, 1210 NW 11 Av. Dishwasher,

micro,.so. security. pool,338-0530 Andreaor to UF, $150-180 & 1/4 util, M n/s, furn longer, Fireplace, a/c, dlahwash SW c.nt.ir. Office: 411 NW 15 St. 3717777. .
813 876 1778 (Collect): 430.101 avail 335-2891, 4-27.7-1 area, no pets $310/mo/ *seo. 335-0213. 42782 Continued on next page. 'jTHURSDAY



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Oaks I bdr, (for SW AREA
large more
Regency. apt $$ CHEAP ROOM $$ $100/mo, SummerC Country Village:Summer Spacious Quarter: 2br/l 1/2 ba close to
Into 378 2202 and 4- Sublet Sum C
mornings evenings 1 blk from Tigert/Norman chicks dig III 2br/2ba turn neg $449/month May rent campus. Free May, unlurn $355. Call
27-12-4 Ibr, washer/dryer/ cent a/c, quiet
375-9014. 4-20.5.4 free; 1 mile to UF 378-4803 leave message Stanley 378.6073. 4-23-4-4
4-23-5-4 private courtyard. Fall option.
Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt 5mm $22S/mo. 378-0703 leave 4-
Oxford Manor 2 bedrooms each message.
spacious SURF/PARTY/ house 1320 NW 2nd Ave
walk to UF on SW. I ibr/lba/ furnished, 24-5-4
pool. $22S/mo./ Call Lee 3783199. 4-19- w/ own bath partially furn. $205 each Need I Umt to sublease master bd/rm fortummer next to Rocky Rococco. Term 5/5-8/5,

6-4 avail. May-Aug with option to renew in fall a&b. Fully furn. w/own bath ft. $110 mo, 1/6 util. Call 338-1263. 4-27-8-
Sunbay Apts sublet May-Aug spacious
3722527. 4-20-5-4 king sz bed 192/mo. call Shawn or Miles 4
bd/1 b. apt next to pool and laundry
2bdr/l/ ba (turn house w// fenced w/d. 3773055. 4-20-4-4
yard $210/mo/ clean quiet shaded. Call
Studious N/S M to share part.furn. 2bdr 4 Bdr/1 1/2 Ba 2-story house, $300/mo,
central NW 7th Ave avail
ac, May-Aug. 3755293. 4-24-5-4
apt for summer w/lall option, 1ml to COUNTRY VILLAGE, sublease large .ubleal.lor summer 336-7595. 4-24-5-
$440/mo/ neg & ulil. For Info call 335-
4913. 4-26-10-4 UF$180/mo + 1/2util Greg 3723718. 4- Ibdr, May-Aug $299/mo./ May rent free!

20-5-4 Option for fall, call 336-1079 after 5. 4- Sublet THE LAURELS, beg. May 15, $175/mo & 1/3 utl. for Master bd In hit on

20-4-4 renew, 2 bdr/2 ba, brand new w/d/ alc..11 2nd Av next to Law school. Call Jeff 371-
Lg 1bdr apt Townhouse: Clean, Quiet, 5
Oxford Manor sublease sum c w// fall option amenlt. $589/mo ((1st 3 mos. neg.) 335- 2270. 4-24-5-4
ml to UF. Sugarfoot Village. $349/mo ft
2/2, w/dvery clean & fun placel' sublease Ibdrm in GREAT house across from 5548. 4-24-5-4
utll w/ 1 1- Ise. Grace 332-4309
option yr now ft keep both creme couchescall ODome, summer C $142/mo. Call Traclt
Eves, 392.5270 Days. 4.19.5.4
3711477. 4-20-5-4 t 372-3994, or leave message. 4-20-4-4 Stoneridge 3bdr/2 1/2 ba for summer, Did You Know?

Summer Sublet w/ option lor fall. 2bd/2ba neg. May rent. 336-0529. 4245.4
Wmdmeadow 3bd/3ba, lor sublease from Summer sublease w/ fall optional' MILL cza
townhouse, less thin 1 mile to
May-August with option for fall. Call anytime RUN 2br townhouse rent negotiable. Fur TontKurrus .
UF/Shands./ Reasonable rent. Call 375- $118moown /
336.831$ or 336-8316. 4-20-5-4 niture for sale call 335-1287 leave mes
5694. 4-19-5-4 sage. 4-19-3-4 room or $350/mo 3 bdr house. AttorneyWhere

BEAUTIFUL HOUSE! Your own room for 2blocks from campus. Great deal. Call
OXFORD MANOR sublease for
summer summer: 2 rms avail $160 Walk to cam Country Manor, sublet 5/14.8/15/ anytime 376-2752. 4.24-5-4
for a road Intersection Is under the
/WI option fall in 3bdr/3ba./ wash/dry,
pus-great areal 373-7797. 4.20.5-4 1 bdr/l b., pool, tennis, ft nice. May rent
rent nego. Call 335.7977. 23-7-4 control of the State, It Is not the duty of

free, $344. 3733260. Leave message. Sublet: Ig 2br/l 1/2 ba apt May-mid July a county to warn motorists of hazards
Sublet/assume lease lor 3br/2ba house in
LG BEAUT HOUSE In great neighborhood 4.20.4-4 w/ option to renew lease. Close to UF, created by a new traffic light, a.
cent h/ac
nw neighborhood
furn/un- super ; Must sublet, negl Call anytime 335-6771 court ruled.
summer sublet, 2bd avail Michigan appellate Imaginethe
wash/dry h/u $485/mo/ call 372-3060
; or FREE MONTH RENT Brandywine 2br2bafor
furn, walk to UF, $180 ea. 371-0934 or leave message. 4-25-6-4 tangled legal mess that this ruling
376-2402 eves. 4-19-4-4 summer c, Call anytime at 3748572and
4.20.6-4 might create. For example, what If the
we'll make a deal. 4-23-5-4 N/S F to have own master bath & bedrm
county erected a warning, but the sign
Lakewood Villas-Sublse turn
May-Aug ,
Walk to 2bd/1ba/ $320/mo. for only $180/mo. ft 1/2 utll. Need from
campus was Inadequate? Or, the sign was
bdr, own ba. wash/dry, attractive and Block from UF Business schoolSublet
May 1-Aug 15. Opt. for fall. Call Kim 338-
1930 NW 3rd Ave. Summer sublease w/ about the
adequate to warn Impending
clean, only $242/mo. 335-5589 leavemessage. Summer ibr/lba aptfall option.mod
3836. 4-30-9-4
option to renew. Call Andrew at 336- 4-27-10-4 ernbig enough for twoprice neo.call.v. hazard, but the sign itself created new
4803 April Freel' 4.19.5.4R.I.t hazard? And so on.
pings 371-6265. 4.23.5.4-
Sublease for Summer In Polos Ibr,
GREAT HOUSE 3br across from O'dome, wash/dry keep original' security deposit- *
Homestead apes, 2br, pool, May.
wood floors.studio and yard, br $480/mo. Call 336-4753. 4-24-5-4 Where. Is a dispute over contract
July/tall option. $345mo$100 cash rebate May rent Ireel2bdr/lb.ln! Bailey Manor,
Summer C A MUST SEEII 373-9930. 4- terms handwritten provisions In a
3360920. 4-19-5-4 rent for summer w/optlon to renew In fall.
205.4 MAY FREE May-Aug/Fall opt. 4bd/2/ 1/2 contract prevail over typewritten ones.
Secure, quiet, adult community
WINDMEADOWS large one bedroom, ba townhouse under $600. Pool/ten Nice to know.
Great Deal!II) Nice, efficient 2 bedr 1 ba apt S275/phon.371.7282. 4-30-10-4 nis/screened patio/pond by Oaks Mall
upstairs grey carpet, June 1 July 31. # *
for sublease/re-rent. Walk to VA Shands
Call 378-6358 or 3733558. $$ DIS. must see.332-4677. 4-24-5-4 1. believe In right to be wrong, and
and campus. Price neg. 335-3560. 4-20- **** *****Great Deal******** my
COUNT. 4195.4 still In to be right
5.4 3 br avail, from June 1 till August'In Sublet thru Aug 1 big bdr In 4bdr fully turn more my right
Owen Lattimore American author.
Oak Forest 4bdr/3ba/ sublet Summer A. Maracaibo. 1/2ba. Only $170/mo, 3368880 house, w/d/ $150/mo & 1/4 utll. 376-3190 ,
Rent Call SPYGLASS Sublease May-August .Let's talk. 4-20-4-4 Marc. 4-24-5-4 Tom Kurrus tic Attorney
negotiable. us st 3781733. 4-
1954F BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse, furnished Criminal Defense DUI

must see, please leave message 3 bedroom apt Oxford Manor cheap rent
204 UnlY. Ave.
POLOS 1 bdr In a 3bdr, l75/mo, own W.
Rmmt N/S to share 2bdr/1 ba apt for 338-8254. 4235.4 negotiable, May thru August. Exc loc. bath. Call 336-3803 ask for Mark. 4-20- Gainesville FL 32601

summer i75/mo A 1/2 util, walking distance near pool must see. Call 336-6310 3-4
375-4460
((904))
Sublease a HOUSE for summer! 2bd/l ba, Adam. 4-24-5-4
to UF. 3774244. 4-26-10-4
furn., wood floors, Ig kitchen, nice yard,

Looking for a great place for summer? 2 min. bike to campus. $440 373-4662.

rCAKBROOK WALK 3rd II single bdr/ba. 4-30-10-4 *

May-June-July, rent $275/mo or neg. &5;= THE MOBILE' GoLDfisH by Brett Schroeder I
376-6611 4-26-10-4 Oxford Manor own bd/ba/ furn., wash/dry.

Price neg. Sublet summer C, 371-6237.

HUGE apt-2k sq ft 4bdr/2 1/2 4.30.10-4 I 0 YOU'RE A GINIEyfY/ /B/fAly//

bapoolscreened In porchlndry WFLLI WE'LLJulsySEEIF in' HERE 1 *1111 It 4
OAKBROOKI Own condo for almost
own
your (( Wea BARBARA EDEN AND
hkupMay-Aug$525/mo/n rent
single rms-call now 332-9248. 4-23-6- no mny downtake over pmntsFullyFurn THIS I'S ALLY O INSTAD I GET ELMER SIZE OF THE

4 w/wash/dryrcall Craig 378-3451 Iv AN ALADDIN'S LAMP FUDD JR. GENIE it

message. 430.104LAURELS.Subl.t Won VIE? I 0949.0 INS ..PRET7YAMICLU4ACrICAAGC/ IN itE

Master bd/ba In 4bd/3ba twnhse need F
Summer C, 3bd/3ba/ ,
to share apt w/3/ fun roomies for sum- -
w/d, other amenities, brand new, only
mersublet( ). Only $200/mo/ +1/4/ utl. Alll
$550/mo. 335-6978. 4-20-4-4
335-5954. 4-20-5-4 ps '
u
sorOKHrlr.
r
OXFORD MANOR r .
OXFORD MANOR SUBLEASE 2bd/2ba/ BARGAIN-Only ))
$175/mo/ for Summer C + 1/3 util.! F N/S LIKE
avail summer C across from pool THAT
for bdr/baw/dBrenda. 378-8289.
own
$200/room/mo. Call 371-1617 Iv m.g. 4-

20-5-4 2bdr/2ba/ summer lease. Country Village.

Furnished or unfur. close to UFo large. .
Spyglass 3bd/3ba avail. May/June deposit ., ... '
Rent nego. option for Fall. 378-7790 .". 'aStM tLYR
neg lease exp. July 31 option for levmes. 4-20-4-4 '-

renewal call 336-8439 after 4:30.: 4-20-

5-4 POLOS sublet Ibr w/own/ bath in 2br/ba

from May-July or longer.
F/NS own br in 3br house, vry close to Alarmwash/dryerpool. Very neg.Call az O ByDevlelStsfMckyX I

UF,ACS 1 50/mo + 1/3util. May-Julw/opt. Lisa 336-7321. 4-193-4 WAIT CELL-415
for fall Please call 375-6095. 4-20-5-4 1


Windmeadows Apt Graduating!! sublet 2bdr/1ba DONY FANCY \ le 111111mit- Ala. PUT TWA1t31114E HARMLESSLY.

258 3bd/3ba Great Loc.Rent Neg 335- $360/moMay-Aug 15 close to UF. Sun BBlIM' KNOW60 A9 THS ruts 1 BUT WHAT 19 I GENIUS 0' MY YOU SAY?

6525,373.3558 or Iv msg. Sum C. 4-20- Bay Apts Call Joyce 376-7412. 4-23-5-4 GARBAGE MAN IN ftPAC.. / 9'P05ED WITH AU.10 THAT PO FUN YOU DRAG CA'1LLYHARMLESSLY

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STOP RIGHT HERE and get a great
summer sublease. Large one bedroom, CAMELOT 2/1 unfurnished, regularly ....e.ee.Windmeadowse.***)** a place!! What a dealll Two block Rmmt Needed for 4bdr/2ba/ turn condoby
pats ok. 1/2 ol' May I II free t you keep Pets$425/mo. May to August 15 $379/mo. 0... from campus, own room In a 4 room apt, Oaks Mall. Security System, wash/dry
dtpotit. A mar $250/mo/ for the best welcome! Call 372-1208 leave met- Sublet 2bd/2ba ol 3bd/3ba great furniture, maid service, vcr, pool. $200/mo & split elec. 3354298. 4.25.10-
42334$134moNW
dill around. Call now 376-1248. 4-20- sage. $210/mo rent neg. grill, must seal $170 ft 1/4/ util. May-Aug 5
335.2144 Ask lor Jill or Julie. 371-0424.. 4-25-5-4
N/S/ F to sublet 2 bdrm apt lor summer, / houseMF 4-27-7-4 F/ns Unfurn room In clean, quiet NW 3/2/
w/d./ ./C, d/w. 2 ml. from Shandt, i7S/mo own Todd HELPIIII I need someone to sublet my apt House. 4 ml UF/SFCC, Washer, Cable,
rm. 377-3327 Iv
& util. Also need rmmt In fall. 3355619. 23.3-4 msg 4- THE LAURELS, summer, price neg Call from May 1to Aug 15 when lease end. Micro, No Pets. $150/mo & 1/3 ut. 378-
4.24.5.4 Jodi 3361560. 4255.4 $174/mo & 1/3 utils In 3bdrm/2bath w/ 6499. 43012.5

FREE MONTH RENTI pool. Call 335.5844 ask lor Mike. 4.23.3.
Sublet starting May 1.1bdr/1ba, 4 bike to $134/mo/ 4 Own Room in 3BR house. 5 mln walk to
avail May 1 thru Aug 15, close to campus, own bdrmNW
UF $190/mo/ A deposit. 378-7917 or 495. campus. Summer A, B or C, m/f ns pre
8024. 4-25-5-4 Ive poolside message.. 2bd/lba 4.27.7.4, nice) Call 374-6917 8 Ave Sum C. opt (all. 3773327. Summer sublet May 15-Aug 15 nice spacious ferred. $148/mo/ & 1/3 util. Call Now 373-

MAY RENT bd/1 ba apt 3 blocks (from campus. 5190. 4-19-5-5
Get May FREE! Spyglasal F (for 3bdr3baapt. FREEI N/S F to sublet summer 1621 NW 3rd PI 13. $225/mo lease option.
SUBLEASE SUMMER C.
2br/1bath Across from UF. Own
through mid-Aug. Furn, 2 considerate across street from O'Dome. CHEAP! 108 apt 3364055. 4255.4 br, share ba 336-6850 aftr 10. 4-27-7-4 Female Non-Smoking, own bdr 2 ml to
rmmts, wash/dry, microwave, pool, NW 21 St. 372-2014. 4-23-3-4 UF, $173/mo & 1/3 util.! Call 372-2907.
hottub, sauna, tennial 3352963. 4-24-4- VENTURA Need ASAPI 4.19.5.5

4 Free May Rent! Spyglass. 1 Ibr/lba for M/F Sublease May-July 2bd/1ba $365 5 ROOMMATESBRANDYWINE
neg. 1 or 2 Rmmts needed for summer to share
In 3br/3ba
apt through July 31. Furn Call Todd 3355454. 4255.4
Downtown apt In the new phase of Arling. wash/dry/ microwave, pool, etc. 335- FURNI 2bdr/lba/ 2bdr/2ba/ In The Bicycle Club Apts
ton Square, 1 bdr/1 ba, bay window, mauve 3665. 4-24-4-4 William.burg Sublease 1bd in 2bd twnhs Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge pool, 1/2 $125/mo & 1/2 util or $75/mo & 1/3 util.
carpet, all new, $390/mo. 373-6071 4. 2 blks from UF. Laundry poolside, ml. to UF, $230/mo lor own room, 1/2 lisa 3355926. 4-19-55
25.5.4 Sublease Summer C Camelot Apt. Large $200/mo neg My-Jly w/ fall option. Call cable ft util 372-2857 Dennis. 4-30-28-5
Looking for 1-2 M N/S rmmts to find luxurious
2bd/2ba overlooks pool near law school, Jen 373-041. 4255.4
1 brm apt 5 blocks from UF, Sublet all beautiful. May FREEI Call 336-0186. 4- Grad student looking lor lumm A rmmt apt, 4919013. 4-20-6-5

summer (May-Aug) $245/mo Palm Bay Sorority Annex apt 1 bdr/1 ba, I blk to UF, f/ns lor 2ba/2ba Lakewood Villas. Option
Apts. Call 378-2629 leave message. 4. Oakforest Apt 3bdr/2ba avail May 5 thru central ac, 1 1-mo. tree for Summer C. Only to renew lease at lower rent call 335- Rmmt to share 2Br/2Ba twnhs near
27.7.4 July 31, woption to renew. $580/mo Includes $225/mo. Call John 3717893. 4277.4 3780. 42010.5 Tower rd/20 Ave SW. Prefer' prior military
new carpet & bar. 336-0400 Iv upper div, or grad student n/s. $187/mo

Sublet summer OakbrooK Walk! msg 4-25-5.4 F N/S/ needed to sublet turn A or thru 731in I HEY YOUI! F N/S Wanted: Own bdr in & 1/2 Util. 3325567. 4195.5

2bdr/2ba/ furnished, washer/dryer pool. Oak Forest $136,25/mo & util, share Spring Tree $170/mo + 1/4 util Call Michelle .
Need 1.2 F N/S./ Price neg. Pleas call $50 if U sublet nice Oakforest Condo. room w// own ba Call Tammy 3352960.' At 378-5512. 4.19.9-5 POLOS m/f rmmt needed for summer
372-94751 4-25-5-4 2bdr/1 1/2/ ba, dishwshr, pool, tennis, Own bdr/ba/ wash/dry, & many extras
volleybl, call. fan. $470/mo/ Lv msg 335- MAY RENT FREEI Furn room in 2br2baapt Roommate Needed Starting in May to Only $165/mo & 1/3/ utilities. Anytime 335-
CHEAP CLOSE 5307. 4-25.5-4 1 blk to UF. A/C wash/dry, & a great share 2bdr 2bath apt in Regency Oaks 7736.Ive msgl 4.19.5.5NSI
Summer A or C sublet. Can provide some roommiel Female lor Summer Tyler 335- $220 a mo. Call Amy 372-7627. 4-23-10-
W F needed for with fall
furniture. Call eves 3723048. 4-25-5-4 Oak Forest sublet May-July, 3bd/2 1/2/ 4931. 4-25-5-4 5 summer op
tion. $200/mo & 1/3 util. Across from campus -
ba, own room, $190/mo plus part util. Call
Spacious Condo Summerset Village, Chris at 3355885. 4-24-4-4 Oxford Manor sublet master bd, May-Au. OAKBROOK $350/mo F. nil. room ) Call 336-0411 Leave Message.

across from Shands, 2bdr/1 1/2 ba, new gust, own ba, washer/dryer.ln 2 story apt, to yourself, pool summer 4/or/ fall & 4.19.5.5I
carpet, sublet starting May, flex. Call Ted Brandywine Sublease a 2/2 turn for summer HBO, pool, close to campus. $245/mo. spring, security, deposit, furnished.
I for sublease
n/s roommate summer own
3761296.I 4-4-5-4 Aug free, price neg Call 377.9457. Call Dan 3733538. 4-25-5-4 Lynn 3714708. 4-19-6-5
bdrm/ba/ at Oak Forest apt. $160/mo & 13utilities. /
I Call Mary 3367645. 4-19-55

------------------, Need Female to share Mt. Vernon Apt this

summer Preferably' snr student neat
non-smoker a must. $2507mo & 1/2 util.

Alligator Classifieds373FIND I I I I I I I s II Karen 3728560. 4195.5

Own room in 2Br 1Ba apartment for Summer I
a I Prefer' non-smoker, $130/mth I & 1/2 i
I I ; I I I I .. negotiable. Call 336-6718 evenings. 4-

I ; I I I I s I 206-5

I 2 rmmts needed starting In May to share>
BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. ar 4bdr/2ba 4 blocks to UF, rent nego w/
1 I I I I II = I option to lease in Aug. 371-9353. 4-206-

Alligator Classifieds allow products services, jobs etc. to be listed In a 5
"directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form [ I

explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I a I I. I I z'I I home Male, close summer to UF C, share w// private large entrance divided,

you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to r I I I patio, trees, cable, no party atmo
advise you.Alligator I $250/mo. 378-2016. 4-20-6-5
i I

Classifieds may be placed In a number of ways: I [ I I I I Sublet 2bdrm/l ba for house Summer 5 min C.walk 1 to bdrm campus.In

I I I I I I i I! sow If l6250/mo & util. Call Tracey at 378-
1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by '1 8 m ;; 7186 Iv message. 4-19-5-5
telephoning 373-FIND between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. : it m I
In A Na Rockwood Villas N/S F, fully turn security
:I i I wash/dry micro, $19S/mo. After
system
2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order. 5:30pm: 407-578-2721. 4-19-5-5
or Mastercard/Visa information no cash please) to: I I f I
I I I I I I !I 0
SPYGLASS-lurn. Own room+bath in 3bdi.
I
Alligator ClassifiedsPO 1 I I I I l I I II :iti lor sum. $225/mo & 1/3 util.: wash/dry.

Box 14257Gainesville I i I Avail. May 2nd. Call 335-5235 Kevin. 4-

FL 32604 I I f I I I I Ii 20-5-5
4I Need M/F to sublease own room&bath in
3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W. II )1 I Mill Run apartment for summer A/B or C.
and 4 Our trained, friendly i Avail thru Call at 336-0701, 4-
University Ave., beween; 8 am pm, weekdays. now Aug.
staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I I I I I ; 20-5-5

I I MI I I I : I Z 1 1r Mile Run-n/a/ studious m/f. semi-turn'
convenient
4. You can place your ad in person at one of The Alligator's condo central heat/ac pool ten-
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"remote" locations.ON 8 : 3h.I : I nls/wash/dry. Start anytime. Call collect '

CAMPUS LOCATIONS: I t I I I i A I 3052943094. 4-27.10.5
Casa East F, own bed/bath wash/dry,
Location Day Hours J i NI T I great apt. $250+1/2util/ negotiable lor
Sum C call today Lyn 3773832. 4-20-5-5
Main Bookstore, Hub I I 1 I I I I sI I
N/S for own (turn bdr In 4 bdr NE house.
Customer Service Desk . M F .. 8 am 4 pm I I $ I I I I I Wash/dry. $: / ft 1/4/ util. Available I

Medical Bookstore, Shindt 4. M F 8 am 4 pm OFFICE USE ONLY I summer 42055MuslclansArtlits..cozy and/or fall. Call Debbie 373-.
4639.
Reitz Union, Cashier's Office M'- F 8 am 9 pm I I I I I I Sp. C I.CASHCK._______
I 3 bdrm bungalow
Room 118 P .' '. Sat Noon pm "". By: needs ((2)) social creatures to make it via

Sun Noon ..5 pm I I ble. $150 !fireplaces, porch, 2 bath 377- ,.\-

I ', ':. CLASSIFICATIONS ,(t'tehe4lc( 'on.S) ;< fii{:. RATES ::::::; I 1510. 4-20-5-5

Please) use this form to place Alligator Classifieds. Please follow these. _1. For Rent: Furnished11, services (Circle one) Rmmt Wanted to share nice 3bd 2ba NW I
wish to Request I home All Amenities l85permo 1st last
Instructions Be careful to include everything you say.
exactly. I .
_J. For Rent: Unlurnashed12._ Typing Services 1 __$4.00
Day 372-7027 leave
1/3
for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a _*Mobile Homes For RtnVSal/ _11. Help, Wanted 2 Days.7.00T4. I $100 security 4-20-5-5 utility I
new advertisement THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS Sublease Houio.
AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error The Alligator is _'. Roommates _II. Persons 4 yi11.00 I Towne Parcl F/N-S rmmt lor Sum C, .t
responsible ONLY for the FIRST insertion; Do not use foreign language _I, For Silt, ._16. Connections JD y. .13.00 $165/mo. + 1/3 util. Own rm avail May, fun
which identifies the addresseeto 7. Real Estate _17. Notion I Iv 336-6882. 4-
double-entendres. or manner of address H. Rides Additional. Days rmmts. Please call, msg
/ Motorcycles __
a third party. The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does _J. Autos -1/. Pets 12."each I 19-4-8\

not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The Independent _1 10. Wanted _ZOo Lest Found _toilAddltUml_ Summer C-own bedroom In nice 2 bedroom
Florida Alligator\ publish said cop Independent, Florida Alligator Unit I house, walk to campus, rent nego
of advertising Q MASTERCARD IJ VIlA EXP. DATE
:
reserves the right to act as a sole judge of the suitability any It.M Hell one,each toy tiable. 3727088. 4-23-6-9
copy submitted for publication and reserves the right to edit,revise, CREDIT CARD -Addl.HMI S I

delay or reject any advertising copy submitted. Classifieds. .
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ROOMMATESMF ROOMMATESCool ROOMMATESF FOR SALE FOR SALE


N/S Roommate wanted to share liberal f/m for own room In house 2 rmmt have own bdr/ba/ In 2bdr twnhse Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more Bedroom, living room A dining room furniture
4bd/3bth apt. on Tower rd. $145 + 1/4 util I blocks to UF $170/mo/ & 1/3/ util. Avail. Summer C, decorated In mauve and blue, brands are all at our New Locationl) Car 4 sale. All In excellent condition! Call:

Call 332-6559. 4.19.4-5 mid.May to Aug. 91 Should like smokers fully (urn. $187/mo ft 1/2 util. Call Holly Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372- 372-8820 leave message. 4-26-10-6
cats, TV, & musIc. No BonJovl fans. Call 335-1270. 4.23.3-5 2070. 4-30-75-6
F Rmmt needed to share lux apt at Laurels 375-1274 aft' 6pm. 4-23.4-5 Graduating Furniture for sale, full bed,

May-Aug, own bd/ba w/d, pool sauna ft N/S Rmmt needed for summer C. Own rm Rockford, Fosgite, Yamaha, Pioneer, dresser, desk, coffee table, and more.
great roommateal! $200/mo/ + 1/3 util Kim Vizcaya: M/F ns Master bdr/ba close to In 3bdr/2ba apt, $150/mo t 1/3/ util In Infinity Kicker. Code Alirm. The Beat Stacey 335-9800. 4-19-5-6

335-5641. 4-20-5-5 campus $175/mo & 1/3 util Avail. May Hawaiian Village. Jeff 373-0848. 420.2 Car Sterlo Installers In town. Car Stereo
1st. Call Maria at 373,6187 anytime. 4- 5 to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 House For Sale. Good (for 4-Students.
We need F N/S for FALL/SPRING/ for own 24-5.5 Walking distance to campus-Cheap price.

bdr In 3bdr 2ba Haw. VII. $148mo+1/3 util. HEYIIII I need F n/s rmmt to share 2bdrm CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 378-4046-Leave message. 4-20-5
LIBERAL m/f C
n/s needed: Summer
Call Elaine or Brenda 374-9636. 4-20-4-5 3 blocks from UF $150/mo/ & truck will
own furn/nonfurn bdrm In Homestead Apt. apt 1/2 util, any car or van fully guaranteed
pets ok, own parkn space. Leigh 395. demo Call 336-0193 student Iv. message. Classic! 1975 Garcia, acoustic guitar 6-
$172.50/mo & 1/2/ utils. Call 375-9044 -
N/a m roommate to share large, spacious
6973. 4-25-5-5 4-30-72-6 string. Spanish pine ft Mahogany, 18
masterrm furnished w/d pool tennis Spar WI!. 4-20-3-5 Iretsl Inst. books Incl.. $350 obol 374-

row Condos $105/mth/sec deps. Ph 332- Lakewood Villas Car Alarm, Aulopage, Chapman. Home 4925. 4-20-5-6
M/F N/S Own bdr for summer C In 3bdr
0451. 4-23-5-5 3bd 3ba with w/d. bd/ba/ avail. and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul, Shir-
house behind Norman Hall $140/mo ft 1/4/
Female. Only $242/mo wood and more. We Beat All! Prices! Computer desk and printer stand. Excel
Rmmt wanted for own bd/ba at Reflec Util. Call 3364052. 425.85 335-4604 3733754. 4-30-69-6 cond, cabinet and drawer space $90. Call
tions. Brand new apts, offer outstanding 4-23-3-5 373-1716. 42056For
amenities In addition to a move in special M n/s/ roommate needed (for summer MICRO CENTER/ Computers 378.1148Edllor's
$290 1/2/ util. 378-0703 or Iv msg. 4.20- 2bdrm 1 1ba apt 3 miles from UF, S130/mo
Falll Grad Student looking for neat n/s F choice CompuAdd Northgate sale: large couch with 2 matching
& 1/2 util.! Call 335-4644 Jim Dan. 4-
or
to get a nice 2b/2b/ with. Call Michelle at H P. Price same or lower than mail chairs and glass wall unit, good condition
Lakewood Villas summer c $2SO/mo all 20-35 336 0961 335-7732 Iv best offer call 336-8595 leave
or msg. 4255.5 order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb message.
util Included Jim 3360078. 4-20-4-5
RESPONSIBLE, mature neat, n/s/ f to ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... 4-20-5-6
PINETREE GARDENS F rmmt own bdr, MC
286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295.
OAK FOREST-f n/s/ rmmt, own turn mstr share big beautiful new mobile home In
$140/mo ft 1/4 util. Call 336.6947. 4-27. MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20/ LOFT-SUPER COOL unique design. 2
bdr w/ private ba and balcony.sum SW area. Own bdr/bath, washer/dryer
7-5 bed custom for Carpeted. Ladder
beaty.
PB
$2399. 286 laptop w/ hd ft battery -
dishwasher $220/mo/ & 1/2
mer.avail May 1-$240/mo + 1/2 util-call many extras.
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graph. incld. Asking $165. 395-6150. 4-20-5-6
335-6770. 4-19-3-5 cable ft utilities. Call Laura 335-2138 Iv
4-24-5-5 OXFORD MANOR great locat. M/F rmmt ics monitor $970.1 1 ft 3 year warranties.
msg. needed for summer, own bdrm & bath, Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer
N/s for own room in 3br house In SW.Garagefenced wash/dryer $185/mo ft 1/4 util. Call 372- . .
yardquiet neighbor. F/N/S wanted to share quiet, 2bdr/lba/ $185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049 3743 W.
6924. 4-25-5.5 "
l50/mo for B ft/or/ $207.50 University Ave. 4-30-65-6 CINEMfl N' DRfiFTHOUJENOW
hood.5 mln to UF/Shands $135 mo+1/3 apt, summer
Utilities 336-1914. 4-19-3-5 for fall. Call Julie 3712261. 4-24-5-5 VENTURA
FUTON & FRAME SALEI PLAVINOINTERNAL
Need female to share
Need A Roommate For Falll N/S/F, prefer OAKBROOK for sum. own room, turn, $175 ft 1/2 util. Call Robin May-July From only $200. per set.. AFFAIRS
see: MS: t4i:
upper division student share 2 or 3 bdr. w/d/ micro, TV/stereo/ $240/mo./ Call 3355454. 4-25.5-5 Call Matt 3775650. 4-30-26-6 MIDNIOHTzimc

apt. in Oxford Manor call after 10pm The- Chris/Charlie 376-0257. 4245.5 STARTING TOMORROW
resa 3735398. 4-20-4-5 MUST SELLI! VCR. TV, Oueenbed, microwave ALWAYS
own rm In 3bdrm townh.se m/f
2 F n/s roommates wanted to share 2bdrm spacious table w/4/ chairs, all In excellent
pets ok, w/d cable great complex ft .. -
1BR avail. late Apr or May 1. Large 2bath duplex. $183/mo/ & 1/4 util. 1 block rmmtsl i45/mo ft 1/4/ util (neg) call condition. Call 378-2202. 4-23-13 An ,0 .
house. Washer-Dryer. Central air & heat. from campus. 336-8324 leave message 3352550. 4-25-5-5 M'" "l ( 1\ I 'I .
$200/mo. + 1/3 util. Prefer creative artist 4.23.3.5 For Sale: Compact computer with 20 meg AI; ( S WI I I ( I .

or progressive politics or grad student. hard disc printer and monitor. Must sell! .

Call 378-4716. 4.20.4-5 Rmmt summer B. F n/s/ no pets. Oxford Roommate needed (female) for 3bd/2ba Will take best offer. Rich 3958635. 4-23- '. .

Manor, turn, private bd/ba $400 util In- townhouse summer-spring. $150 plus 1/3/
Quiet, clean, friendly n/s/ -own rm In cluded. Amy 374-7279. 4255.5 utilities. Please call 375.2441 Iv mess. Couch, chair & 2 end tables, all matching : 37-843
,
4bd/2bth house behind Norman- 4-24-4-5 wood, $125. 3369461. 4-24-10-6 Ii" I
frplc.cntrl ac/heat avail (all+; Wanted M/F/ N/S/ rmmt for (all w/ 2 girls. . . .. .. .

S1851mo.1I4 util 376-0549 eves. 4-20-4- 3bd/3ba Windmeadow or Polos. Pis call .*)*)F rmmt 4 sum..mstr bd In beautiful3bd

336-8876. 4-25-5-5 house Sblks from campusl Share w//

Rmmt needed for Summer. Own bdrm in 1 other Porch, bar study, huge yard ft
THEATflES There / 4 Difference"OAKS
$
a 2bdrml1/ balh apt. Furnished. Homestead Student to share 2Br/2Bth In NW, garage. 3756067. 4244.5

apt. $150/mo. Call Bill at 336-0652. wash/dry, cable, (urn. $250 & hall util. MALL 10 DAILY IWI4JTE SHOW
4-23-5-5 Randy 377-2537, 4-25-5-5 $21S Bean,1w..w 430 a a PM
F n/s/ needed to share 2bd/2ba/ apt, turn, .OAKS 6709Nt61RRYROAD( lr.w63"_

i own room In luxurious 3bd/2ba town. M wanted for summer. Own rm balcony/ in Brandywine. $137/mo. I If! want own rm, OAKS EAST OAKS WEST

house furnished, cathedral ceilings, w/ In 3br/2ba. Near campus, $140/mo/ aulils. rent neg. Avail May 4. Call 3359846. 4- 331-6818 IISIOI 'A.UAU i ADJACIN1IOIIAU |

I fans, 1500 aq ft living area, only $140/mo, Call 373-2863. 4255.5 25-5-5 [ I 331-8118 M OAKS ft A/A

call 332-4648. 42455RM
M/F RMMT for 'summer. Lg 3bdr/2ba TEENAGE MUTANT NIN1A TUIITU1 (PC:)
to sublet for Summer, own b, turn Fun, responsible Townhouse In beautiful area near 200, ((400 0 HSOei) >0. 00IOIS t THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER (PC)

house fireplace, wash/dry, micro, near Fern roommate needed for own room In UF/SFCC. $175/mo. Aron 3714563. 4. CRAZY KOfUPC-1I 1 1:30.: ((4:30 9 $2.SO), 7:30: 10:15:
1 1:45, 12 SO 7.41, M
: (15.300 )
UF $1S5/mo. 3350510. 4-24-5-5 part (turn apt for summer. l55/month & 2335M DRIVING MISS DAISY (PC)
ERNEST COM TO JAIL ((K)
1/2 util. 336-6862. 4-23-3-5 I..'. <9lt' S3M).> M. ass 145.: ((5:30 0 I2.50)), 7:45, 855:
2 m/f n/s/ rmmts to share 4bd/2ba from rmmt (for summer CRY IMYK11) NUNS ON THE RUN (PG-11))
summer on. 1 1/2 blks to UF 3 rooms In NW home, wash/dry/ 2ba, 2:00, 12, S 10.30
wash/dry, $182/ 1/2 util. Ventura : ((6.45 0 50)) .00. 200.: ((5:450 $2.50)). '.00. 1015:
cent a/c. 'l40/mo & 1/4/ util. Call 377- close to UF, $150.180.114 util, M n/s/ KNOCKS
7916. 4-24-5-5 furn avail. 335-2891 4-27-7-5 Call now 3361661. 4-23-3-5 1:3: Sn1610$ .4. 10:18):: FIRST POWER (R)

JOE Vi. : VOLCANO (K) 130.: ((515: 0 S 2.50),7:30,9.55) :

NIS. non-drinking F, liberal minded to SPYGLASS. 1 or 2 rmmts to share 130, ( n S2W), 7JO.W:

t share loaded 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba apt, near UF 3bd/3ba, rent neg. Available summer C GREAT LOCATION near UF, own room,
& Oaks Mall, $175 & 1/2/ util. 332-0653. woption lor fall. Call 336-6108 and Ive hardwood (floors, fireplace, parking. TIMU SHOWN FOR MONDAY THRU THURiOAT
4-30-9-5 mssge. 4-23-3-5 $158.33/mo & 1/3 util.! Avail now. Gina
376-1061. 4255.5
M/F needed for own bedroom In Towne For fall: clean' n/s F needed to share .. .. III .. 1.,111... ..... (t"" ,.",

Pare. $145 a month. Available May 1. Call 4bd/2ba/ mobile home wme ft my 2 bros.

3367669. 4-20-3-5 371-6704.Many extras.4-25-5-5$130/mo ft 1/4/ util. Call Amy 6 FOR SALE GRAB YOUR DATE,

ATTNI Responsible rmmt needed to share
apt w/ two neat, easy to get along with N/S/ F to share 2bd/1/ 1/2 ba twnhse, TYPESETTER. Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk
guys at GGT next fall. Call Mike 336- wash/dry ft extras $172.50/mo/ ft 1/2 util. drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film eannlsters. MATE OR STEADY. .
8665. 4-24-5-5 376-6512 Iv msg. 4-25-5-5 Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 rAnd

yrs. Perfect lor small typesetting jobs. Head for the New

.e** OWN ROOM $159/mo/ **.. 2 M/F/ Rmmts Needed for Summer. Start Good machine for small type shop. System .
ft 1/2 utile. M N/S rmmt for huge apt. 5/4./ 4bd/2 1/2 ba Plnetree Garden Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC (film & 6 (font Luxury Theatre...

Dishwasher hi el(. a/e, morel Furn opt. $135/mo & 1/4 util. Dep. neg. 335.5119 disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
Call 395-9079. 4-24-5-5 after' 5pm. 4-27.7-5 373-0926 (for more) info.


M/F lor 2bdr/2ba in OXFORD MANOR. LASER PRINTING d P uller Plaza
May rent FREE! Available 5/7 w/ option e e 42190CENTER
for Fall. 375-1208 Iv message. 4-27-8-5 I no limit CINEMAS 336-0408

I I no watt
e eMG
i M/F Rmmt needed for spacious 2bdr/iba I many typestyles

apt at Piccadilly Apts. Central ac, porch, I volume discount
I pool and more. $210/mmh ft 1/2 util. Call -,- -., X ( (@Jr SPECIAL Introductory

Richard 335-5584. 4-30-9-5 PC Lab, 17 ft Univ. 572-6500 BARGAIN PRICE


!! M/F for (fall (spring opt) Beautiful, fully ALL MONTH-

turn condo TV, wash/dry micro, 2bdr/l
I 1/2 ba. $200/mo & 1/2 util. 336-6793 Iv See Great MovieSo -

"> msg. 4-24-5-5 <


Perfect! Want N/S to share new 2bd apt III'0.', ., \ .A.s350'
for all/part sum. Pool micro, vcr, fulMurn. CiNirUx ODION /l \\4/ V
'HIA'RI '
Homestead Apia. 1175/mo.)' Call 335- ANYTiME

9557 4-19-2-5
50 THIS MONTH
I $3.00 BARGAIN MATINEE-ALL SHOWS BEFORE I.-QO: PM
SPYGLASS need m/f n/s roommate lor O

.(urnlshed 3bd/3ba apt. complete with They're Green and on the Screen HELD OofERI ONLY

was h/dry./ 335-5742. 4-27-8-5 TEENACI MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (PC) Weekday: 5:00: 7:00: 9:00

110 muss Sat ft Sun: tOO: 3:00: SflO: 7:00: 9:00
*POLOS FINIS/ needed (for summer.
.
Own bed/ba and many amen Incl HELD OVER) O
wash/dry. $150/mo/ obo & 1/3 util. Call Lou Diamond Phillip Weekdays: 1:30: 7:30: 1:30: PRESENTED W STEREO SOUND
335-5837. 4-24-5-5 RUST POWER (R) Sat ft Sun: 230 S 30 7:30: 0 30

Kid N' Play HELD OVER SIR Weald
CHEAP! Own master bdr w/ own ba, Frl TuM-Tlw:BrlS 7:16: I.1S: .
S1851mo3 utll. avail May-Aug. Call HOUSE PARTY (R) ad a.....:2,11I',57.,11.,5.: ....:1-1.,5 1 .. OPENING FRIDAY APRIL 20th
-;;Albert 372-8275. 4-24-5-5
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Data Systems, Ine Computer Hardware Kitchen table & 4 chairs $75 obo, On size
Sell) Excel cond, condo 2br/2ba,
software, tutor FREE installing. ftaterbed wpads $125 obo. Call Denis Pebble Creek area 2739 39 Dr., Call 813- 1971 Ford Econoline Custom Van. Has ** GATOR MOVING **
Student disc 336-4779 M-F 10am 4pm. it 374-6538 or leave message. 4-20-3 sink stove table and
666-5686 or 8138823525. 4-30-24-7 propane fridge, Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packlng/ / 1.ItemH. .
bed. Many new parts. $1100 OBO 373-
Apt full of turn grad sr must sell! couch, 2 2 couches, large table w/ 8 chairs, pots ft 7909. 4-20-5-9 .. Full. Days/Eves. Long dls.
chairs, bedroom set, etc. Call Susan 378- Sans, plastic crates, & MOREI Prices neg Assumable 8 1/2% Low down only Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374-4791 4-30-75-11
$310/mo P & I. Adorable Spacious 1Bdr
7039. leave message. 4-20-5-6 173-5423 leave message. 4-23-4-6 77 Olds
Omega runs great. new: batt,
wloft, calling fan, skylight, vertical SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
A/C, tires, alt,radtr. ft more $850 obo call
5'9 TIC surfboard wleash excellent for :3ueen: size bed $100, Sofa-bed $100, blinds Indry rm, storage & 2 decksBeau; 336-0252 leave message must selllll 4- boarding A woodier facilities *
beginners $100 BRAND new PASSPORTradar desk $50, coffee table set $20. Call Oz landscaping w/lot of Dogwood ft Azaleas 19-4-9 hay rides parties sales' working
detector still In box $180, 8'2" surfboard 392-9387 10am5pm. 4-24-5-6 374-4923 or 376-4702 eves/wknds./ students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.
new $250.395.7877.20.5.8 4-27-7-7 01 1 Lancia Beta, silver, AC, sunroof, bit 4.30.75.11

Two gray wood DRESSERS with white for- CONDO -Brandywlne Furnl 2bdr/lba./ lea.l.er, a fun car to drivel $2750 obo call

MUST SELL NOWI Door store furniturelike ulca tops. 6 drawer $50, 3 drawer $30. Jacuzzi sauna, wt/rm, pool, 1/2 ml to UF, Will 335-2698 Iv msg. 4-23-5-9 *SUNBELT MOVING*
newl Graduating seniors leaving town jood condition. Call 3721415. 4.19-2.8' 2-3 poop, assume mortgage $515/mo ft &
Supplies.
CALL 336-5866 or leave m... 4-20-5-6 Condo "fee 378-3772 Tim. 4195.7 79 DATSUN 210. A dependable car, goodon Professional Moving/Packing Llc/lns.
:OUCH: and matching chair sale! Good gas. Asking $1150 or best offer. Call 1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dist.
free-standing w/carpet. Fits 12x14ft. :ondltlonl $100 obo. Call Rob at 377-9258 HILLTOP MANSION on 4 acres. 4BR 31/2 Jacob at 376-6001 after' 3pm. 4-24-5-9 Priced for Studenlsl I Marty 375MOVE. 4-

dorm. rm. must see $125 obo. 395-8516 )r Iv mtg 4-20-3-6 BA Swiss Chalet style home. Prime loca
Kim. 4.20.5.6VITAMINS tion. $280,000.Cindy 1977 Datsun B-210, a/c, runs well, very *FREE*
:urniture for sale: papasan chair $75 Bailey Realtor 372-6881. 4-26-10- reliable, $800. Call 336-4582 Iv message, Test
ARE CHEAPER AT GAINES- able w/ chairs $40, floor lamp $15, roundand 7 4-23-4-9 Pregnancy
VILLE GYM. 325 amino acid tablets table $20, bookcase $40. 335-9269. Gainesville Women'sHEALTH
$17.00 201 NW 6th St. 376-8400. 4-20- 1-23-4-6 150 acres-long road frontage close to I- HONDA ACCORD LX 85,5-speed. hatchback CENTER
5-6 75/Willlston Rd. $5600 per acre. Very air, cruise, stereo cass. Excellent 720 NW 23rd Avenue
condition. $5500. Call 395.8942.30.9.. 377-5055
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Peach couch good condition $150 negotiable 301 Desks, dressers, chairs, tables, and a Cindy Bailey Realtor 372-6881, 426107 9 ABORTION (To 24 Wks)
call Christy 338.4785 leave mes aaterbed. Call Scott 3353509. 4-24-5-6 7 BIRTH CONTROL
sage. 420.58 1980 Ford Fiesta, good condition, rell Gynecology Services

FULL SIZE BED box spring and mattress. Owner-Suburban Heights, 4bdr.den,2 able. $1200. 371-9291 leave message.

Queen size waterbed.Nice wood, heater, Good shape, must sell qulckl Only $50. 1/2 ba, living rm-flreplaceformal dlnlng.lg 4-24-5-9 MOVING?
and pads. Pretty new. $125 neg. Call Lisa Call 338-6521 leave message. 4-20-3-6 family rm, 2400 sqft $115,000.377-0497. R..ourc.luilludent w/full/ size truck will
3367321. 4-19-3-6 4-20-5-7 71 BUG, Excellent clean condition, beat any price In town. 3369461. 4-25-

AIRLINE TICKET CHEAPI! One way custom rebuilt engine, good tires, tinted 19.11
Bicycle trek 610, shimano components, Gainesville to Denver May 9. Call 375- 2br,1 1/2ba twnhse In axe cond. Shell windows a must seal $2200 obo. Call

19m, race blue, excel cond. $380. 375- 2916 evenings. $100. 4-24-5-6 Rock Villas, orlg owner. Extras Inc 3352724. 4-20-3-9 McCoy Mini Storage
2420. 4-20-4-6 firepl.celllng fansw/d. If qualify assume 2160 N.E. 1st Blvd.SXIOlOX1010X20.
NIKON F3 hp body, N-2000 body 300 mmF 10% FHA loan w/ low down. 41,900.332- 1980 TOYOTA TERCEL
Schwinn XR7 exercise bike. Excellent 24 F MO-4 Runs Great and Reliable Call Us 376-3286
( 4.5)) mm ( 2.8)) light meter, 8324 Iv msg. 42357BRANDYWINE
condition-hardly used. $125 obo. Call motor drive, TC-301 Converter, pro tripod $700 OBO. Call Chris at 42720.11
373-5067 IV msg. 4-23-5-6 ext/tubes all new. 336-0398. 4-23-4-6 Condo for sale 2/2 fur 378-0551 (leave message). 4-20-3-9
nished. Call 407-694-0080. No downpayment MOVING? Running out of time? Let Gator
Airline ticket one way to St.Loula la leaving Ddr set matching desk/bookshelf $150, take over mortgage. 4-23-3-7 AUTO INSURANCE SAVE $$ at Orange ft Moving pick-up, store ft deliver your belongings
Orlando May 16th.$99 Leave message coffee table $25, enter center $40. Queen Blue Insurance, drive thru In Butler Plaza. to you In the fall. 374-4791,374-
335-0542. 4-19-3-6 bed wframe, springs, mattress $80. 377- Student Wants Student Condo 13br. If We care. Call us 1st at 3772277. 4-30- 4488. 4-30-21-11

0237. 4277.8 you are leaving, want to sell, call now. 9-9
For sale: beige sofa-bed and loveseat set, Minimal hassle, ready to buy today. 335- ONE STOP DENTISTRY
twin size Scandinavian bed, rattan chair IBM SYSTEM 38. Model 5362 60 MB Disc 1982. 4-27-7.7 1981 Maxima, gray, good cond, ac, auto, Accepting new pta, emerg.
2 small coffee tables. Call 3730017. 4- space 128 K Memory Two 5291 CRT Ter tinted windows, $1800. Call Kim 395- Adult cleaning $30, child $20
6904. 4-24-5-9
23-5-6 minals. Call Mike 338-6590 between 8:30: 8 MOTORCYCLESSick ((4)) Wisd. tee. $325, ((3)) Wisd. tee. $250
and 5pm. 4-27-7-6 ((2)) Wisd. tee. $200
Suzuki Samurai 87 In perfect condition,
GREAT DEALS on various bdrm, dining, Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V, AE
of parking? 87 Honda Elite 50 must reel $5200 obo. Phone 375-0394.
& living room furniture. MUST SELL- Q-aofabd, 2 II. bds, bdrmset (w/2/ nt. Scooter 4900 miles, excellent condition Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.
prices neg. Call Jodi at 3361560. 4-23- winds, dresr, dsk/drft/ tbl), cot tbl, din set, 5003772357. 4-19-10-6 H.T. Gonsoulln, DDS, 372-9521
84 Mazda truck
bucket
stools, htch oak drsr, wd dsk, ent. dtr, w5spd, seats, 4-30-19-11
Queen wtbd. wI pads & backboard-l50; micro. Will hold 4 fall. Will sell 4 1 priceor INTERCEPTER 750. With Kerker Ex- work.aplt-rr win, great Int ft wheels. Needs eng
$1500. Call/Lv for
surfboard-$50; electric drum set-$450; seprtly. Jet 3356765. 4.25.5.8 haust. Great condition $1400 OBO. 373- 6987. 4-24-4-9 mes. Bryan 378- Van Trailer Bit high by 40 ft long by 8 ft ,
CD player-$30. Must sell, Mark 373-6820. 3351. 4-19-5-8 wide for summer storage purposes. For
GOLF CLUBS Hogan Ape X II Iron. 2- info 332.8878 Mr. Kaplan. Iv msg & phone
MUSICIAN: Beautiful Gibson .fee guitar 78 TRANS AM, 400 eng, T-top, tan Int,
wedge, 7 Iron missing excel/cond, brand '. 4.27.15.11
75 HONDA cb 550 runs great! Excell. for
$350 brown ext, well maintained, new ft
obo, Rockman unit $100 EV pro $125. Eric 376-1880. 42446Waterbed parts
new grips
town & hwy era control, custom seat, new
tires. Priced for sale
qual) vocal mlc $125. 373-8516. quick $1975. 378-
negot. Need ??
Help Moving
fr bks ft more. Asking $500 call 395-7284. 2247 4-20-2-9
4-23-5-6 must gol Only 9 months, like 4-19-4-8 Students moving Students Fast, Reliable,
newl System. Is complete! The whole Cheap, we'll do It all. Erick 335-7617 ...
CAMERA SAlEI! works heater, liner, etc. No leaks. Call 84 Kawasaki GPZ 550 red/blk, Kerker 10 WANTEDLocal 30-12-11
Get exposed to our HOT deals III
336-5866 or leave msg. 4-25.5.8 header, new bait, brakes, etc. 2 helmets.'
Best
Jil 371GEMS. 4-23-5-6 Graduating! $1200 obo. Call Keith' 376- Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class RESUMES don't wait till the last minute,
MUST SELL! huge sectional couch, wall 9353. 4-19-5-8 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine get the best now. For appt. 378-6165,
Pop-up camper good condition, $700 unit, coffee table, 4 dressers, full bed, din Jewelry 373-9243. 43075.10 2950 SW Archer. Also see our grad an
obo; 16' boat, 65 hp. Mercury motor, troll rm chairs, wash/dry./ Call 371-4891. 4-23- 1985 Honda XL600R ENDUROI! Excellent nouncements. RESUME CITY. 4205.11

ing motor, trailer and water ski equip 3-6 cond. $1000 with helmet. Call John at In DESPERATE need of Grad Tickets.
$1995. 377-5627.
4-24-5-6 3355444. Leave message. 4-23-5-8 Willing to PAY. Interested please call VIDEO DUPLICATION
Drums, must sell. Black 7 piece double 378-5217. 4-20-6-10
Harns-Lanier WP ft printer, great for term bass kit, new heads ft bass pedals, Includes 84 HONDA AERO Scooter new battery. Walton VIDEO Electronics EDITING

papers, excel) letter quality call 338- all hardware, $450. Call Chris at helmet and cover Included. 65MPH. $350 Wanted: Cars-Trucks For Salvage, run- 376-5658
4582 Iv ...
message. .23.4.8hlt. 3355885. 4-24-4-6 call Candl 376-9500. 4-23-5-8 ning/not running, wrecked, etc. 371-1578. 4-21-5-11
We Buy and Move. 4-20-5-10
Mica Headboard ft frame wqueen KAWASAKI JET SKI 1984 JAWA MOPED Beat the heat-Re GUITAR LESSONS learn theory readingand

Size 1079 mattress & box spring $125. Call 336- Good cond., ready to ride, $1595. cently serviced and runs great. Call Rob' NEED GRADUATION TICKETS. Will pay tracking applied to your goals style
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after 5pm or leave message. 4-23- For more Info call Eileen at 377-5396. 371-3423 $250 firm. 4-20-4-8 $$$. Please call Don 335-1641 Iv msg from an experienced pro.375-1974. 4-25-

Car stereo pioneer cd player with an alPine Nice furn set. Couch, 2 chrs. 2 end tbls. YAMAHA FAZER 1986 4-23-3-10 5.11

$200.equillzer-ampllfier sell both for coif tbl $200. Bed for $30. Call 377-6093 $2500 FIRM. CALL TOM 3959447.: 4-28- WANTED Nissan pickup 1985 or thereabouts
19.2.0 Call 378-4822 ask for DEREK.. 4- Scott. Also SHERWOOD CAR stereo. 4- 5-8 for half hr photographing. Will pay. TYPING

Call 375-8710 mention case 90036. 4-
GRADUATING must ..II. formica bdrm .. 1987 HONDA XL 600R .. Excellent 25.5.10 12 SERVICESYOU

$75.1-way ticket to Boston May .9. from Jax set, other bdrm furn, microwave, vacuum, condition, $1300 obo. Laurent 392-0572 f"

1.849.4178. 4-24-5-6 lamps, etc. CALL NOW 3357723. 4-25- or 373.1785 (evenings). 4-20-3-8 WANTED Model around 6T and around WRITE, WE TYPE
200 to 250 lbs for half hr photographing.
Business Legal Personal Reports
Tent: 1 man, Eureka Gossamer, weight K Waterbed complete w/ heir, Irma cushn 1983 Yamaha Rive 80, runs great great Will pay. Call 375.8710, mention case .Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.

for zps 14oz, used once,' new $103, best rails, etc. $275/ OBO. COUCH 3pc gry shape, only 4600 miles, red, $400 OBO, 90036. 4-25-5-10 G'ville Handicapped Typing
gets It. 332-3687. 4.23-4.8 $225/obo. Both prchsed new 10/89./ Jen MUST SELL.. 335-5273 leave message. 378-7179.

30 gal. fish tank, stand and hood Incl., 3730419.25.5.8 4-25-5-8 11 SERVICESNW 4-30-75-12

gravel 2 filters, and plants. $200 OBO. Scooter-Yamaha 200cc 2100 ml, 3yr ext
3957298. 4-23-4-6 Must Sell I Sectional couch, bdr turn, w/d, A Typing reports business A legal A
warranty, many extras like new, mustsee Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave
cassettes transcribed A applications
conv. couch, wall unit..Call 338-8516 or $1990. 395-9773 Mike. 4-24-4-8 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from resumes
Entertainment center $60, computer desk 336-8315. 4-25-5-6 $20 10% disc.. to students. 332-8917. 4- letters A notary *"C. Available
$80, Papasan couch 150. Kramer guitar 81 Yamaha 650 Maxim excellent condi 30-75-11 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 4-30-75-12

$185, ladies 10 spd $75, lightning ball MUST SELL! Bdr 'turn: bed, dresser chestof tion. 19,000 miles extras $1,000. 371- .
$60, cable converter obo, handheld scanner drawers, nlghttable; plus 2 bookcases 8371/375-0172. 42558AUTOS Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports;
obo. 3754394. 4-24-5-6 Price Call 3353588. 4-27-7-6 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. Llat. ,
neg.
WCS 917 NW 13th 373-9822. 4-30-75-

Moving Sale: Full bed loveseat 'dining For sale large dorm size GE refrlg. $120. 9 12
table w/ chairs, center table and 2 side Call 335-2104 eves. In great shape. 4- 1233 NW 10th Ave.
tables, lamps, TV stand, etc. 335-1688 75 VW Beetle Lovingly restored. NEW; 372.1864MCVISAInsurance MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full
.v... 4-20-3-6 87 Jawa Moped In excellent condition. upholstery, Int. pole, carpet shks, tires, & self service computing.Typing starts 0
low miles. Call Jason at 374-4870. 4-23- butterscotch pnt, strong engine 2100. Free Pregnancy Test 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Self service
Modern dining table ft chairs, leather desk Warren 336-7392. 4-23-5-9 Member resumes A $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser
3-8
chair, 6ft. wood bar, canvas hammock w/ National Abortion Federation typeset graphics A spell check theses ..
land, speakers, Call Michelle 375-1208. Cherry wood vanity/armolr $150 couch & 1985 V8 Chevy Camaro awesome 380 4-30-75-11 papers special characters A employment -,
chair set $100 sofa $50 set 4 chairs $50. amp sound, mag wheels, top shape, databases A mailmerge A training.
Computer $6250.1-237-1551., 4-20-7-9 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 4-30-
desk shelves $40. Word pro Call 3352852. 4-23-3-6
cessor wprinter $200. 378-0648 leave Get confidential testing and treatment at 85.12
message. 4-24-8-8 FOR SALEMatching 89 Honda Accord Sport Coupe, white, PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4-
wall unit couch lit', coffee burgundy Interior, tinted windows, beautiful 30.75.11 Typing/Word/ Processing Quality dependable -

Full size bed only 6 months old. 378-7644. table, stereo, bedroom set.Call 3359658Iv cond., low miles, 11000. 335-6984. service. Reasonable rates. Laser
4-20-3-6 4-25-5-6 4-26-10-8 AAA STORAGE printer. 377.8175 til 00pm.: 4-30-29-12
message. Close to UF, Convenient

JET SKII '87, 650SX w/ trailer & cover MUST SELL Iv room A dining room, twin CHEAP 1978 Chevy Caprice 4dr runs 4x4x4 $1S/mo Classi leds. .a
wer used In salt water. $2800 332- and full bedroom sets. very nice ft reasonable very smoothly, very dependable transportation 4x8x8 $2S/mo
3565. 4-24-5-6 prices. 335-0078. 4-25-5-6 $500 call 335-5956. "-20. .9 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 Continued on next page.





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WordPerfect or Fm Leasing Agent. Part time. Must Waitresses and cooks wanted day Work Study Job 3.9 finance majors seeking employment .
5.1.1 quality work, fast results low rates, work weekends. Apply LaMancha Apts. and night shifts. 3423 SW Archer. 375- Summer C. Telephone Survey call Todd and Mike 335.3577..
dependable, personal service. Tara 332. 914 SW 81h Ave. 4-20-5-13 2337 apply any time. 4-26-7-13 Evenings $5.00/hr. 392-0179 Will work for food or shelter, please help II
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ATTENTION JAX STUDENTS! Now hiring Wanted: Student Assistant, Career Resource 4-27-7-13
24-HR TYPING/WPS LASER PRINTER wait staff, bartenders, cocktailers, high Ctr, 15 hrs/week CWSP & OPS.
ENGLISH GRADeditproofspell no volume restaurant, good summer $ Apply General office work, data processing, receptionist Computer Software/Hardware Technician
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cholesterol Ripp 3763649. 4-25-21-12 now. Tex-Mex Cantlna. 8520 library assistant. Contact responsible for general computer operations PERSONALSLADIES
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Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable nonsmoker, dependable, selfmotivatedto MAKE MONEY
service. Masters in English will check Office Assistant to answer phones, file, work 9-5 plus overtime. Call Carol at We buy & sell good used Clothing.
spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 4-30- etc. Hours Mon.-Fri. 2-7 and Saturdays Peace 3750772. 4255.13 Call Second Act. 373-8527. 4-30-75-15
23-12 9-2. Nonsmoker. Call 375-0772. 4-20-5- Corps
13 *Math majors Child Care Position open at Wesley Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great
BJ's 24 hour wordprocessing. Reports, Education Methodist Church Part Time Sunday AM. prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical!:
resumes, cover letters and more. Call Marketing Research Assistant, nonsmoker *Special For Info call office M-F 9am-3pm 372- Laboratory 37S-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. I
3368535. Call returned ASAP. 430.21 1S-20 hrs/wk, mornings only. *Construction 2845. 4255.13 block from Ala Gen. 43075.15
12 Prefer' soph/jr. speak/read/ Spanish or Nursing
other language. Good computerofficeskills / *Forestry Handicap Student needs part-time Natural Foods and Vitamins

**ACE WORDPROCESSING** plus 3.0 gpa. Bring resume to Al- Put skills to work volunteer aide/housekeeper AM hrs. Good pay for Blrkenstock' Sandals.
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Resumes, term papers, dissertations, Ichem Ind. 4001 Newberry Rd. Suite E-3 right person. 373-0465. 4-23-3-13 Sunflower Health Foods
Film & discussion 87 SW 34th
legal, technical. 3357064. 42015.12 Gvl. 4205.13 St. 372-7482
Pan time position for summer in computer 4-30-75-15

QUALITY typing & Laserprint. Thesis, MAKE EVERY DAY EARTH DAY. Thursday, April/ 19 dept, Florida Bookstore, sales aptitudeand
resume, papers. UF grad owner. Scribe Summer campaigns for the environ knowledge of computers required. PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate
Services 821 I NW 13 St. 3776170. ment. Earn $2500 to $3500. Help pass McCartyG-186 Apply at 1614 W. University Avenue. 4- test results from a reliable source .
the Air Act, control, & 25-5-13 PLANNED PARENTHOOD
**** 4-30-30-12 tighten pesticide 7:30pmFor : 3770881. 4-
promote comprehensive recyclng. Avail 30-75-15
IBM Compatible, WP 5.0, Laser printer, able in 18 states & D.C. Call Kate toll- 4192.13 more Info call 3921845.
legal/medical terminology, reports, papers free:1-800-75-Earth.: 4205.13 BUSINESS NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
thesis. Call 378-2034. 42011.12 Summer Camp Jobs Girl Scout Resident Get special student discounts on exams
*****INTERNSHIPS***** In the 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT
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Typing and Wordprocessing Legal, A Few avail., excellent pay, great career 336-8692 or 18002488288. 4-24- HOOD. 3770881. 4-30-75-15
term papers, etc. Professional quality and placement after graduation. For more Info 5-13 terminals & pc's, buy sell,
reliable service. Call Nancy, 372-2750. 377-3187 SWco. 4-20-5-13 trade, rent A repair. Great prices, QUALITY Look Your Best Everyday!
4-24-10-12 Florida Book Store needs help during CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 4-30- Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc. for
Time to sell your Red Wagon? Hula 75-14 Info about the PERMANENT removal of
book buy back. If can touch and
Hoop? Looking to buy one?Check out the you type unwanted facial &
hair.
TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser have hours avail. during finals week, body 374-4307.
vice. $1.25 double space. Call 3738387. For Sale section for great results. apply April 1820. 1614 W. Univ. Ave. $5 LOCAL/MUSIC/ BUSINESS 4-30-75-15
42610.12 per hour. 4-20-3-13 Very low Investment needed for Individuals -
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS prestigious ( ) Interested In retail & the recording STUDENTS GET CASH
TYPING 371-6435 WordPerfect, spell camps In ME and W VA seek activity CIRCA VAX & IBM PC Computer opera business. Only serious Inquiries need For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
checked $1.50 a page & up $5.00 mini counselors for soccer, waterskiing tors. Part time minimum 2 terms. VAX or apply. Call 3777453. 4235.14 372-1226.211 W. Univ.Ave.-next Cen-
mumterm papers, reports, letters, etc. 4- woodshop, piano, baseball, computers, DOS exp 'req. 392-2428 9am-4pm. Come tral City. 43075.15
30-10-12 cycling, animal care, arts/crafts, archery, by CSE 520. 4-25-5-13
rillery, A office work. Top salaries spend
****QUICKSILVER***. the summer of your 1-800-446-2283.. Student nurse or RN needed this summerto
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a scene in the movie North Dallas ';
Forty where John Matuszak's character, an
offensive lineman for the fictitious North
Dallas Bulls, throws a temper tantrum be-
cause he can't distinguish whether profes-
s sional football is a game or a business.
Emmitt Smith won't have that problem.The .
former UF running back said he has ,
been told time and time again to treat his
upcoming experience in the NFL like a
business. \

Smith will throw on his business suit and K .
grab his briefcase Sunday as he watches the t1S
annual NFL draft from his parents' home in tae V/M a

Pensacola. 'fi1:

> Ron Kaspriske
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LAST ...

CALLThe INV. .a

5-foot-10, 205-pound tailback will
faithfully wait for NFL Commissioner Paul
Tagliabue to walk up to the podium at the E. ANN STODDARD -ALLIGATOR
Felt Forum in New York City and call out Bruce Haddad has settled down from his early-season temper flares.Haddad .
his name.
The (insert team here) select.. running I
back, Emmitt Smith, Florida. coming to terms with gameBy
"This draft thing is very funny," Smith
said at a news conference Wednesday. "I've -
been watching it the past two years, and GUERRY SMITH I don't feel he's conquered the problem,
every year there is someone who gets upset Alligator Writer he's certainly come a long way,"Duvenh-
said. "I'm sometimes surprised at the
and heartbroken. I'm very nervous about
the situation. I have no control over where When the UF men's tennis team openedits he's made, I have no doubt that if
I'm going." dual-match season in February,freshman get it completely under his control,
Nervous or not, Smith, who holds 58 Bruce Haddad was playing No. 4 singles, a going to be able to beat top people
both he and Coach Ian "
position Duvenhageknew
school records and is UFs all-time leading .
rusher, will be drafted in the first round. was too low. Duvenhage has tried to change
The question is where."I Haddad, a 5-foot-7, 138-pound baselinerwho behavior during matches, he has
don't know where I'm going,to tell you compiled an excellent juniors record, tampered with his image. Haddad is
the truth," Smith said. "There hasn't been had come to UF with a deserved reputationfor for a reason other than his size
hints team out and going haywire on the court,and Duvenhage white
any or one standing is the only player wearing a plain
did not think he was prepared mentallyto
paying more attention to me at all. .
There's no telling where he might end face top college players.But .
started that when I came here, he says.I
up. But it wouldn't be a draft if media types after thrashing his first five opponents I like to do something different. It's
didn't speculate where Smith will go. So without losing more than three games in a Courts."I image of a fighter."
here : set, Haddad played in and won his first No.
goes
1. Seattle. The Seahawks have two 1 singles match, and eventually became a cocky demeanor on the court extends
fixture at the He is 14-6 in dual attitude about his opponents.
first round picks, the eighth and the 10th, top spot.
and are in desperate need of a tailback after matches and 17-9 overall, with wins against I walk off the court, I never feel
"
releasing Curt Warner.Smith,rated by most 29th-ranked Curtis Hollinger and 35th- guy is better than me in the long run,
scouts as the second- third-best back in ranked Juan Rios. He has moved into the says. "I always say that I won't lose to a
\ the draft, probably will be around when top 100 in the latest rankings at No 96. twice,and it hasn't happened so far."
Seattle picks.This is the best bet for Smith. Although he did not like playing in the plans to stay a couple of more
.2.Atlanta.The Falcons love Smith and middle of the lineup at first,Haddad realizes at UF before turning professional. He
Smith wouldn't mind living within driving Duvenhage made the correct decision. has an interest in psychology,citing his
distance of UF and Pensacola. The only "He thought that if he put me at No. 1 or experience in therapy learning how to
problem is their first pick of the draft will 2 to start with, and I wasn't doing that well, on the court,but admits tennis is his
be Illinois quarterback Jeff George. Their that I would lose my confidence," Haddad ticket.
second pick is the 20th of the first round. If says. "I 1 wasn't happy because I thought I think with hard work I could make it,"
Smith is still there, Atlanta will take him. deserved to be playing higher than that,but says. "It's definitely in my future."
3. Pittsburgh. The Steelers need a
,., running back badly, and with the 17th pickof Southern Mississippi shuts down GatorsMOBILE I
the first round, Smith could be available.
4. New York Giants. Getting Smith
would be great for the Giants, but with the Ala. Pitcher Damon Pollard gave up four hits and two walks. don't have any squabbles about that," Bucs
25th pick in the draft, the chances that he went the distance Wednesday, limiting UF The Gators responded in the seventh, coach Ray Perkins said. "But as far as a lot
still will be around are slim and none. to six hits, leading Southern Mississippi to when Bill Minnis scored from third on a Jim of great backs, I don't think they're there."

5. San Diego. The Chargers have the a 3-1 victory over the Gators in the consola- Bell sacrifice fly. At a news conference Wednesday, Smith
.e" fifth pick of the first round, so it's almost a tion game of the Diamond Club Classic. Pollard ((9-1)! ) struck out four batters four said he has spoken to Bucs representativesabout
lock that Smith will be there if they want Southern Mississippi ((27-18)). playing for them.
him. With star tailback Gary Anderson re- Emmitt not priority for Bucs
fusing to return to San Diego, the Chargers TAMPA Even though former UF run- Smith: "I feel like the Bucs are probably
need someone to fill his shoes. AROUND SPORTSDoug ning back Emmitt Smith said he has talked going to go after the best guy, and if I'm not
Don't look for Miami or Tampa Bay to be about becoming a Buccaneer,he apparently the best, then they're going to get the best.I .
picking up Smith.The Dolphins,as always, isn't Tampa Bay's No. 1 priority for Sunday's I feel my ability speaks for itself."
'.-'need help at linebacker. And Tampa Bay, Brennan ((3-2)) took the loss for UF draft, in which it has the No. 4 pick.
with t the fourth pick in the draft, will go for ((21-22)), surrendering all three runs in the "We've got (Penn State's) Blair Thomas Compiled from Alligator staff and wire
Penn State's Blair Thomas, if available. fifth inning.In two innings relief,Brennan rated as the No. 1 back in the draft and I, reports. **''

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