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inactivity




upsets environmentalists

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By JOHN F. BERRY permitted to speak after Wheat and Barnes dis-
cussed the question.
Alligator Writer
To allow this catastrophe to go forward will be
The Alachua County Commission Tuesday re- absolutely devastating to the prairie," Drummondsaid.
fused to pursue an appeal to prevent constructionof She waved development plans displaying the
the 620-unit Hunt Club apartment complex building complex and parking lots to commissioners
without opening the question to debate. and the crowd, who gave her a standing
The county has 30 days to appeal the court order ovation.
after receiving it in writing,but Commission Chair While the crowd clapped,Drummond darted 30
woman Kate Barnes said the commission probably feet and threw copies of a 1984 letter at each
would concentrate on monitoring other permits commissioner. The letter, from the Departmentof
involving the development rather than reversingthe Natural Resources to then-Commission Chair
appeal. man Tom Coward, said the development's drain
County Attorney Tom Bustin told commissioners age would hurt the prairie.
and a sometimes rowdy crowd of about 50 Except for Wheat, the commissioners stood up
environmentalists that any further legal effort and stepped back when Drummond charged. (
halting construction at the edge of Paynes Prairie Barnes tried to dismiss the meeting, but Coward PR2&7990
would be futile. prevented it,saying Drummond should be allowedto
"We do not believe the First District (Court) speak. Coward then scolded Drummond and
will reverse the appeal," said Bustin, who advised the crowd and threatened to have the sheriff
the commission to reject the option to appeal in "dismiss the people who don't respect the chair."
an April 19 memo. Environmentalists then held an impromptunews
But Commissioner Penny Wheat disregarded conference outside the auditorium. Earth
Bustin's advice and proposed that the commission First! member and UF forest resource and con
appeal the district court's ruling.The crowd hissed servation senior Linda Waite said that she and
after Wheat's motion received no second, thus other environmentalists would do "whatever it
preventing discussion.The takes" to prevent construction of the Hunt Club.
First District Court Tallahassee last week The county commission is giving up,"she said.
dismissed a 21-month-old temporary injunction "They want to run and hide." I try
order barring Paynes Crossing Ltd. from developing One UF student told the commission that she
the 45-acre site near U.S. 441 and Williston and her husband, an orthopedic surgeon, would
Road.In put up $50,000 to purchase the land to prevent
1988, the county tried to cancel the building development."I r
permit it granted the developer. challenge all citizens to chip in," Cynthia
UP pediatrics professor Willa Drummond .. Bush said. This is our last chance. I'm willing to
stepped to the microphone after the commissioners put my money where my mouth is."
refused to second Wheat's motion. Property owner Martin Hackman of Boca Raton
Drummond, who tried to object to the decision
see Netting, page 5
without first being recognized by Barnes, was
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Bill would increase Regents'


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I voice in presidential searchBy


stages of presidential searches to the public was ow vtv
defeated in committee earlier this month.
Alligator Staff Writer
Former Regents Chairwoman Joan Ruffier said *
State senators soon will consider a bill that she hopes this bill passes because the stringent re.enY
would give state education officials more freedomin requirements make juggling the committee's
the process of selecting university presidents.The numbers difficult.
bill would change laws that require business "It's a great deterrent to putting .
and industry representatives to together a workable committee,"Ruff r Vg
make up half of presidential search Florida ier said about the current law.
committees. The other half of the com- Douglas Thompson, chief executive
mittee must be divided equally be- LEGISLATURE officer of Accounting Firms Association
tween university faculty, students, Inc., was a member of the
administrators and staff. 1990 advisory committee that interviewed t

The bill, sponsored by Sen. George ..UF President. John Lombard! Thompson 9
Kirkpatrick, D-Gainesville,passed its last commit said although he believes the committee had M and glow KEVIN WlSNIEWSK'"LLIGATORop '
tee Tuesday and will go to the Senate floor for a the right makeup, he also believes the regents
full vote in about one week. Kirkpatrick could not should have the discretion to choose committee Bob Cole with Dunhill Temporary Systems of Gainesville
be reached for comment Tuesday.If members. cleans up in the nearly completed Ham Museum on Hull Road.
The museum is part of a $27 million cultural complex that will
the bill becomes law, the Board of Regents, The more restraints you put on the Board of
include Santa Fe arts auditorium
Community College's performing
the 13-member panel that oversees Florida's nine Regents on the selection committee, the more it
state universities,can use its best judgment about impedes them from being responsive to the needs and a new Florida Museum of Natural History. A grand

how many people to appoint. from each area. ,Mt Regents, page 12 opening ceremony Is planned for September.alIi .

otherhiU..t.bat.. would have dosed the Initial. .. -- .- . . . . .

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. VOLUNTEERSHelp Congratulations congratulations Congratulations"


handicapped children enjoy art and music Volunteer's phone number will be listed, without Panhellenic CouncilCongratulates 0g n

activities at the Very Special Arts Festival May 3, name, in all publicity. The
beginning at 8:30: a.m. Spring cleaning volunteers needed to help a ,
Special Olympics State Games needs volunteersfor homebound senior citizen spruce up a yard or clean Spring 1990

advance public relations, volunteer recruitmentand house.
training, and for events such as dances, clinics Secretary for Center for Greek Studies needed on i of the Month i'i'o
and Olympic Town. campus for basic office jobs: word processing,typing, Programs
Nature Preserve Guide needed to help park filing. Flexible schedule, beginning early May. o

rangers with school groups, audio-visual programs, For more information write or call The Volunteer February AI9 Mini Kick-off
answering questions and telephones. Center P.O. Box 14561, Gainesville, FL 32604, 378- 0 Carnival
Mental health professional needed to offer health 2552. i

counseling and assistance to people who are HIV- March ZtfB Circus Day at
correctionThe
positive and help organize support groups. Time will
be arranged with volunteer. Campus Communications Board of Directors Shands wa

Fine arts telephone volunteer needed to work in selected Tracy Burlingame 5-to-l over Michael a AM Easter Egg Hunt e
own home answering questions about an upcoming Nechyba as The Alligator's next managing editor. The April
concert or refer callers to resource person. Alligator reported otherwise on page 7 Monday.
Congratulations Congratulations Congratulations

. WHAT'S HAPPENINGFreefall


: The Falling Gators (FRESH) will have an information Division's Clothing Drive for the ExpressDEULUNGHBUEFET
Skydiving Club will meet tonight at booth and membership drive today homeless and needy continues until
6 at the Orange & Brew and have a beginning at 10 in front of Turlington May 4. Drop off clothing and small
party afterward at Mark's. Call Hall. Call 377-6733. household goods at the Law School
Steve 373-4247. Germany: The Mannheim Student Room 141. Call 3928835.AA .
Writers: Poet Jerry Harp and fiction Exchange will have a meeting : The student group of Alcoholics
writer Bill Beverly will read today at 5 in Dauer Hall Room 365. Anonymous meets every includes:
from their works tonight at 8 at Opportunities still available for all Thursday night at 8:30: in Reitz fresh deli meats,
Goerings' Book Center as part of the programs. Call Dr. Helga Kraft, 392. Union Room 357. Call Pat, 335-1796. choice of bread, $4 95 a
Writers at Florida series. Call Dawn 2101. Olympics: Volunteers are needed j salads & S
Corrigan, 392.0777.Breezes Air: The Scuba Club will meet for the Florida Special Olympics soupswbeverage
: The Gator Sail Club will Thursday evening at 6 in the Florida May 18-20. Call the Special Olympics / and
meet tonight at 8:30: in Turlington Gym Pool Classroom to plan the Volunteer Hotline, 374-0814. one hot specialty Salad
Hall Room LOOS. Call Rob 3731566. Mexico trip. Call David, 335-4313. Artists:The Reitz Union Program 0 item each day $3.95 &
White water: The UF Canoe and Feathers: The Alachua County Council's Arts Committee needs
Rafting Club will have a mandatory Bird-a-thon began Sunday and will .people to paint murals in third floor
meeting for members going on the include activities throughout the meeting rooms. Call, 3921655.
white water trip this evening at 6 in week. ,Volunteers will bird-watch Crisis: The Alachua County $1.00 OFF COUPONSuctneu1 ,
Turlington Hall Room 2346. Call throughout the county. Call Kathy Crisis Center is looking for new I, -
Susan 3771207. Haines, 372-8942. Crisis Line counselors. Fifty hoursof 11.-00: am -200pm: -
Drive: Friends Through Racial Experiences Don't toss It out: The AmericanBar training in suicide and crisis inter Monday-Friday _
in Association Law Student vention provided. Call 3723659.
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Editor .. ...... .... .... .. .... .. ..... ... .. .... .. ... .Luey Chabol Art Director, .. ... .. .. .. ... ... ........ ........... .K"hy AohrlHoch Panhellenic Council
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News Editors, .. .. .. ... .. .. ...... .. .. . .. .Ana Acle. Greg Seat Copy Desk Chief ..... .. .. .. .. ............. ..... .. ....Jon D.Vrr.s, Director of Publications Kristina Scott
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WEDNESDAY,APRIL 2S, 19%,ALLIGATOR 3


Talented provost candidates slow search process I

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By RONALD DUPONT JR. be able to say so-and-so will fit rightin this is so difficult,"Lombardi! said, Robert Bryan left the position last of UF,particularly its budgets,and
Writer ,"Lombardi!said."Instead,I haveto adding that he's happy UF attracted April. who can get students and faculty
Alligator do more listening." quality people. "It says Two other finalists are Shirley more involved in decision-making.
Being new to UF and still unfa- And that's just what he's done in good things about this university, Clark, interim provost at the Uni- Finding such a person has been
miliar with the various needs and the last month, he said. but it's driving me crazy." versity of Minnesota's Twin Cities time-consuming, Lombardi! said.
personalities of faculty and stu- He has been stopped on campus The search committee originally campus, and Michael Baer, Col- But rushing a decision would be
dents has slowed UF President by faculty members,been supplied received 70 applications, but nar- lege of Arts and Sciences dean at wrong, said members of the
John Lombardi's search for a new with copies of interviews with rowed the field down to five candidates the University of Kentucky. The search committee."It's .
provost, he said TUesday.He those who know the candidatesand and presented the list to last finalist is Kenneth Smith, deanof
expects to select a provost has conducted a second roundof Lombardi! in early March. the College of Business and an awfully critical decision,
who serves as academic affairs candidate interviews himself. One of the five finalists is Andrew Public Administration at the Uni- and I'm sure he's trying to give it
vice president and second to the And that doesn't include reading Sorenson, associate dean for versity of Arizona. every sort of consideration," said
president from five finalists by letters and other reports from the Academic Affairs with the Schoolof Lombardi! said he is seeking a committee member Kenneth
the middle of next week. Lombardi! 17-member Provost Search Com- Hygiene and Public Health at well-educated person with experience Kerslake, an art professor. "He
originally had said he expected to mittee. Johns Hopkins University. Another In several areas of universitylife. really is listening to what the cam-
have a decision three weeks ago. "Each of our candidates has spe- finalist, Gene Hemp, took He also said he wants someone pus has to say about the candi-
"If I had been here a while, I'd cial characteristics, which is why over as UF's interim provost when who can deal with the complexities dates."


EPA officials unhappywith

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;'.t-' .'\ .. clean-up plansAgency

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'. fail to meet standards it establishedBy
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"Any company is going to try to do
NICOLE SNEED
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:, ... that into consideration.
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I iI.. .,'. .' '_ '. "I Environmental Protection Agency Caplan said if the plan submittedlast
... officials are disputing with a consult- week does not live up to EPA
,. . ../' ,' .... :. ing firm about how clean the Cabot standards, and if the firm can't negotiate
"','. .,. Carbon/Koppers Superfund site in a plan by May 2, EPA employeeswill
. .. downtown Gainesville needs to be. undertake the clean-up study
airy At a meeting with city and county themselves."It's .
,, officials Tuesday, EPA officials com an enormously complex prob-
plained that the local firm's plan to lem," he said.
clean up the site was not meeting their But some Gainesville residents are
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I I.' /'!".". ..n.. standards. If the firm does not submit dissatisfied with the EPA They say the
better plan soon EPA has not
the EPA will takeover addressed cer-
the task. We don't feel that their tain problemsin

: The firm, criteria is the plan to
> Hunter/ESE, was clean-up pro- clean the site.
hired by Cabot tective enough. Ken Kop-
Corp. Waltham, czynski, a resi-
Mass.,and Beazer -Martha Berry dent who has
Materials and Ser- studied the
EPA Superfund
vices, Inc., of Superfundissue
Pittsburgh, Pa., Project ManagerLast since
formerly KoppersCo. 1985, said con-
taminated re-
week the firm submitted its tention ponds located partially under
third plan to clean the contamination North Main Street-under the K-mart
caused by chemicals leaching from the and Winn Dixie shopping centers -
wood-preserving plant since 1911. are highly contaminated areas, and
The first two plans submitted in have been ignored by EPA officials.He .
1989 and last February did not said EPA is looking at some ponds
include how the contamination would and missing others.Kopczynski .
affect people in the surrounding area. said Berry, who has
E. ANN STODDARO-ALLIGATOR The firm's goals also did not include been EPA project manager for six
Skate rat protecting the ground water,said EPA months,said she will discuss the over- s

Leif Finnegan, 12, catches air while competing Sunday in Inland Surf Shop's Superfund Project Manager Martha sights with him next week after she
has had chance to review her notes.
Berry. a
skateboard contest. All entry fees benefited the Center for Marine Conservation.
I "We don't feel that their clean-up Stan Pollack, another resident who
criteria is protective enough," she lives two blocks from the site,said the

Suspect enters innocent plea said.Berry air around his home smells bad. He
said the firm said contamination said the smell probably comes from
..... in an industrially-controlled envi- chemicals discharged from the
By DUANE MARSTEUER $5,000 fine.Police ronment does not require extensive Koppers plant to a lot adjacent to the

Alligator Staff Writer say Cook,20,was behind the wheel of a measures to protect future ground Superfund site."Nothing .
borrowed 1981 Buick Skylark when Alexander water supplies. She argued that it may is being addressed as far i
The man who admitted to police he drove the Albritton, 16, and Paul Lenard Jones, 19, got out not always be an industrial site. as air pollution,and that's frustrating,"
car that pulled up behind UF graduate Ronald to rob Willis and his friends behind the Pi Kappa Berry also said studies show that Pollack said.Pollack ;
Worth Willis' car the night Willis was killed Alpha fraternity house on Northwest First Ave- the Shallow Aquifer located underneath
pleaded innocent and has been scheduled tenta- nue. Jones reportedly hit one of Willis' friends the site has been contaminatedbut also said he is frustratedthat
tively to stand trial In July, his attorney said before Albritton shot Willis, 21, in the face,police it is not a threat to residents in the the plans have taken so long and
Tuesday. said. area because they use city water. that Berry said soil contamination in 1

Stevie Lamar Cook, who is charged with beingan Bob Caplan, EPA associate regula- the humans."I area is.not considered dangerousto

accessory after the fact to murder and armed Willis,who graduated from UF last December, tions counselor, said the company is
robbery in connection with the Jan. 17 shooting died at Alachua General Hospital 71/2 hours after trying to keep clean-up costs low. By don't see how she can make a C
death of Willis, entered a written plea of innocentlast being shot. Albritton and Jones have been letting companies hire their own firms determination that it's not dangerousto
Friday, attorney Martha Lott said. charged with first-degree murder and are being rather than having EPA do it,he said, human health," Pollack said. "I
Accessory after the fact is a third-degree felony, held in the Alachua County jail without bond. the cleaning process is kept at a cost- would like to see her walk barefoot"
punishable by up to five years in prison and/or a Their trial is scheduled, to start June 18. efficient level for the company. through it and see how she feels. i



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Michael Milken enters guilty pleaNEW I CANCER SCREENINGSA


YORK (UPI) -Junk bond financier Michael charges of insider trading and racketeering in the Special Screening (for Men and Women.For .
Milken avoided trial on insider trading and racketeering 98-count indictment as a result of a plea bargain struck program
charges by pleading guilty to six less serious felony with federal prosecutors last week.
disease for which there
violations of federal securities and tax laws Tuesdayand The plea bargain agreement also stipulated that years, cancer was a seemed
said he was "truly sorry" for his crimes. Milken would after he is sentenced cooperate with ; to be no defense. Today, you do have a defense in the
Milken who agreed to pay fines and penalties the government's widespread investigation of insider fight against cancer.
totaling $600 million, faces up to 28 years in prison. trading on information not available to the public.As The CancerCare Center has established
Milken elaborated on violations he had committedwith part of the settlement, Milken agreed to pay the an on-going
stock speculator Ivan Boesky and junk bond government a fine of $200 million and to put $400 i cancer screening program to help you beat cancer
trader David Solomon in U.S. District Judge Kimba million into a fund established by the Securities and through early detection and prevention.
Wood's courtroom. Exchange Commission to reimburse damaged clientsof
Our certified cancer screening nurse will
Judge Wood set sentencing for Oct. 1 for the Drexel. The Wall Street investment firm went out screen you
43-year-old billionaire, who innovated in the use of of business earlier this year on the heels of a collapsein for all detectable cancers along with:

high-risk high-yield junk bonds to finance corporate the junk bond market. Health History Review
takeovers in the 1980s. The probe began in 1986 based on information from
Milken who earned as much as$550 million a yearas Boesky an arbitrage genius who agreed to pay a$100 Physical Examination
the head of the influential junk bond departmentof million penalty to settle charges he traded on inside Cancer Risk Assessment
the now-defunct Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc., information. Boesky who was released earlier this Education
pleaded guilty to six counts including conspiracy,mail month after serving two years of a three-year sentence Lab Work
fraud and assisting in the filing of a false tax return. also pleaded guilty to a criminal charge and Cancer Screening Profile
But Milken avoided answering to the most serious cooperated with prosecutors.
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. Sudan executes 28 coup plottersKHARTOUM I Special rate: $80 .

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Sudan (UPI) Sudan executed by said.
firing squad Tuesday 28 officers convicted of attempt- It was the second time in four weeks the 15-man Appointments must be made 10 days prior to your screening.For .
ing to overthrow the African country's military leader, Revolutionary Command Council. the military junta an appointment, call 3382150.
a state-run radio broadcast and Egypt's official Middle that seized power last June, claimed to have defeatedan Remember, this/ is only a screening.
East News Agency said. attempted coup. We encourage you to visit your personal physician regularly.
MENA gave few details of the execution but said On March 28, the official Sudan News Agency
three major generals, a brigadier general and four reported a series of arrests connected to an attempted THE CANCERCARE CENTER wm
colonels were among those executed. overthrow.
"Sudan executed by firing squad today (Tuesday) Loyalist troops crushed the latest rebellion by SANTAFE HEALTHCARE IVMOM
28 officers found guilty after court martial of the daybreak Monday by which time the capital had
attempted coup" the agency said. returned to normal and the presence of soldiers on
The radio broadcast said the officers included the streets was no heavier than usual.
retired Maj. Gen. Abdul Gadir at! Kadaru and Brig. El-Bashir has claimed the plotters were"in alliance
Mohamed Osman Karrar who allegedly master- with the rebels" of the Sudanese People's Liberation
minded the coup attempt Army a predominantly Christian group that has USED 1& 'AY
Islamic fundamentalist leader Gen. Omer el-Bashir waged a seven-year civil war against the Moslem-led "EAT EVERYTHING ON YOUR PATE/*
personally approved the sentences passed by field central government. NOW 1 GOTO SONNY/S..
summary tribunals set up late Monday night to court An SPLA radio broadcast monitored in Nairobi
martial the officers for high treason and mutiny Tuesday called on "the Sudanese popular masses to 19 9tgot
against the army. One officer was acquitted, the radio step up the struggle."

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. Shuttle Discovery rockets into orbitCAPE I

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CANAVERAL (UPI) The shuttle ever built around 1:57: p.m. EDT Wednesday,ushering
Discovery's crew rocketed into orbit Tuesday and in an astronomical renaissance unrivaled since the ,
readied the $1.5 billion Hubble Space Telescope for days of Galileo 400 years ago. Ito
launch Wednesday in a quest to answer man's The Hubble Space Telescope is arguably the most
profound questions about the birth and fate of the important scientific payload ever built an orbital observatory
universe. expected to revolutionize humanity's
Running seven years behind schedule and some$1 knowledge of the birth, structure evolution and fate i ii
billion over budget,the space telescope appeared none of the universe.
the worse for its ground-shaking ride into orbit and 4 Able to detect the glow of a single firefly 10,000 IAI IAI
1/2 hours after liftoff engineers on the ground began miles away the Hubble Space Telecope's near-perfect
routing computer commands to the costly instrument, 94.5-inch mirror and its five primary instruments will T ocOR
slowly bringing it to life. detect light emitted from stars and galaxies shortly
"As far as we've been able to see on board, every- after the"big bang"explosion thought to have created I
thing looks perfect," Discovery co-pilot Charles Bol- the cosmos.
den radioed mission control as the astronauts One of the major goals of the 15-year space telescope !
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is willing to sell the land for $3.5 -
million,based on a per-unit value. PATRICIA LEE don't get in the language classes UF President John Lombardi! re- ent cultures when we get togetherand
of$5,000, said Gainesville attor- Alligator Writer -the time to carry on a conversa- cently said he favors more strin- in our classes,"Yedlicka said.
ney Ron Carpenter, who repre- tion in a casual manner," he said. gent course requirements that "That's what makes Matt (Whit-
sents Hackman. From a distance, they appear to' Most of the. students attend would make UF a leader in foreign ney) a great teacher he really
Carpenter be just a group of good friends. c 1 asses;:;: utugiii ft.\. \ujr... 1 anguage;: eucad;:; wants us to learn the language so
said he was "realpleased" Telling jokes and sipping beer, romance lan- "It's great becausewe tion. Too many he tries to get us to understand the
with the meeting's out- they talk about the day's events as guages professor students who culture as well."
come because "to continue the relax and unwind. have the
they Matt Whitney, opportunity take language
who also has
appeal would be based on harass Whitney taught
But those who attend the Thursday who initiated the courses pass the
ment. for some French in his two years at UF, said
afternoon sessions at the Or- meetings. An av- classes but have cultural awareness is one of the
Commissioner Leveda Brown ange & Brew are students in erage of 20 stu- thing you don't get no practical most important elements in learn-
dents attend each skills he said.Although .
said any more delays may force beginning Spanish classes. in the ing a language.
Alachua County into court with They've met for two hours a week session. language the
Paynes Crossing Ltd. since the start of the semester to Students don't classes ." group is com- "People need to know there's
practice their new language in an bring books, dic- posed primarilyof really a world out there,"Whitneysaid.
"My decision not to pursue is informal setting. tionaries or -'Nell Kent those in Span- "Students especially have
based on information that the notes. They rely ish classes, any- but
Unlike similar groups that meetto great opportunities to explore,
appeal would not be a success," practice foreign languages,suchas solely on what computersciencegraduate one is welcome. they're not encouraged enough."
Brown said.Carpenter. they have learned Hispanic students -
the French and German clubs, student
said Paynes Cross- the Spanish group is not a club. tn carry nn conversations and nthprt! Whitney, a Gainesville native
ing Ltd.would have continued its Instead, it is an extension of the in Spanish. fluent in Spanish also attend, help- who speaks Dutch, German, Por-
lawsuit against the county's temporary classroom.It "I've gotten better. It's helpedme ing students while introducing id- tuguese and four other languages,
iomatic words and phrases from has traveled to Central and South
understand the
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athletic-training sophomore.The how words can take on different
together and just talk,
get
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receive the final order May 3. He said computer-science graduate sessions allow students to how speakers form different group, which won't meet dur-
is not sure whether Hackman will student Neil Kent. reach the kind of understandingmost regions talk."We're ing the summer, will hold its last
begin building before or after the "It's great because we have the wouldn't get in foreign lan- meeting of the semester Thursday at
30-day appeal deadline. opportunity for something you guage classes, educators say. always exposed to differ- 5 p.m. in the Orange & Brew.

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Polhill is in West Germany today, being "de-

briefed" on his captivity and his Iranian captors and exam-
I wonder ahtd some
ined from head to toe. Hell be home soon and free again.

Free to, as he said, go to the toilet when he wants and go of the industries that

to the refrigerator in the middle of the night for some- are .hopping on the

thing to eat if he wants. environmental l bandwa! n...

The little things really do mean the most. The free-

doms explicitly granted in the Constitution are certainly rJewish

worth dying for, yet it's the most basic things that make

people realize the value of freedom, and life. I

Before this year, free societies were confined to the '\t s.\ /I
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West. Now, most places in the world are free. Or at least .! -, l

not locked up. r:..,
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The freedoms more people are discovering are the ""

ones Westerners take for granted to openly feel whatis

in their hearts and to honestly say what is in their

minds. And it is also the freedom to be without interfer-

ence from others who think they have more of a reasonto

survive than anyone else.If -

only someone could convince captors of that.

Seventeen Westerners seven of whom are American IIt I
- remain held in Lebanon by pro-Iranian groups. Hun- woman fights stereotype

dreds more are prisoners from a conflict that supposedly
I hadn't read before.It .
nothing
was a typical story,
ended 20 years ago. was about a kid in high school who hung out with Nanette Lerner

The time to free those people is more than past, yet fake kids until he saw the light and ditched them for S

the Iranian captors are waiting for some kind of reciprocal some real friends.I PEAKING OUTBut

action from the United States before they release any- I read over the story I was supposed to critique for somehow this was different He wasn't really
Creative Writing class quickly, expecting some-
one else. my saying anything bad, was he? He was only saying
thing light and fairly meaningless. But as I read, I
The Tehran Times, which is known to reflect the viewsof realized I was wrong. something people already knew that Jewish girls
lot and behind backs. Besides,
shop a gossip people's
President Hashemi Rafsanjani of Iran, said some recip- This story had a very clear meaning. All the fake where's
he was only being funny right? Cmon, your
rocal action from the United States was essential becausethe kids were girls with Jewish last names wearing designer sense of humor?

business of releasing hostages is a "two-way street." clothes and pushing people around. off
I guess I've lost mine. And I'm sick of laughing
The terms"jappy"and fake were used interchangeably -
No, it isn't. Releasing hostages is a one-way street. Justas throughout the story. I couldn't believe one of jap jokes.People assume that if you're a Jewish woman,
the initial action of taking hostages you're automatically jap. I sometimes find myself
was a one-way my classmates could have written this. Was this his
street. To the public's knowledge, U.S. officials don't reciprocate idea of some kind of joke? trying to prove to people that I'm not a jap, which
makes me just as guilty for believing in the stereotype.
Whether the author of this realized it not
story or ,
action when hostages are taken. And they
Why should it matter if people think I'm a jap?
shouldn't for a release either. Praising the captors for free- he was Japbashing.I'm unfavorableterm.
knows Why?Because jap has become such an
ing one hostage is like thanking them for creating this cri- sure everyone by now that the term jap ,but
stands for Jewish-American princess, and that it has It means different things to different people
sis in the first place. created the stereotype of a loud, bossy, materialistic when it comes right down to it, it means a bitch. A

It's a positive sign the West isn't using force to try and Jewish woman. And everyone knows what happens at self-entered, self-serving bitch. And it isn't fair to. pin
places like Syracuse University where entire sta- that label on someone because of their religion.I
free the hostages now. Force is an unecessary means that an
dium will chant "Jap" if a girl walks in wearing the I only hope that the student in my class wrote the
would most likely create useless action. The only thing to
of Perhaps he
right labels. story out ignorance, rather than spite.
come out of it would be the capture of more hostages and But this is UF, and I have yet to hear someone yell didn't know that his story reinforced a stereotype and

senseless bloodshed. "Jap"when a Jewish girl walks by. I guess that's why discriminated against Jewish women.

Polhill is an accounting professor and 55 years old this story struck me the way it did. He probably thought it was clever, but I'm not

now. More than three years have been stolen from him If the author had written something derogatoryabout laughing.As far as I'm concerned,the term jap is rightup
blacks or Hispanics, no one would like it. there with wop, spic, chink and nigger. Just call it
and countless students have missed out on the benefit of
Everyone would cry prejudice and run him into the the new ethnic slur.
his knowledge.In ground. Nanette Lerner is a sophomore in advertising.

the time it took some students to almost complete I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
their education about Polhill
college 1,182 days -
never saw the sun. He was kept in chains in a windowlessroom. McDonald's uses 14,1988 issue of Fortune magazinesaid popularity as a coolant for commer-
: cial and residential air-conditioning
safer The best answer to the prob- systems. And in December, the
The treasure of freedom should never have been taken polystyreneEditor lem, say many researchers, will bea Food and Drug Administration ap-

from Polhill or the other hostages, and no one should : In the April 18 article by new breed of CFCs whose appe- proved HCFC-22 for containersused
ever forget the 17 others who remain without their free- Cheryl Weis about the protest at tite for ozone is less ravenous. Scientists by the fast-food industry."

McDonald's restaurant on North- have learned that some availableto
west 13th Street she formulations are far less harmful This information was
quotes Holly
of this
Weis. I her a copy
gave
dom.alligator Jensen as saying,"(McDonald's is) "Reason: They contain hydrogen article and others along with the
Editor telling people they use HCFCs and which makes them break McDonald's brochure. Jensen and
Lucy Chabot they are not harmful. HCFCs are down before they reach the strato- Lines have a constitutional right to
sphere.
the same as CFCs, but they believe is wrong.
Managing Editor Opinions Editor protest what they
"One
changed the name. compound already avail.
'Mary\ Sbedden. Tonya Sutton able commercially called However, as journalist,Weis has
HCFG
Weis also attributes to Lee Lines the responsibility of reporting all
22, is 95 less
percent destructiveto
Letters Policy the statement that DuPont the facts, especially when the facts
than
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page), They should be changed the name from CFC to ozone standard are handed to her.
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone chlorofluorocarbons. Despite its
number. Names will be withheld 3764458.If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call HCFC, but the two are the same. stiff price up to 50 percent Marianne Desmond
the editorial editor at
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Above: Chuck Strawser cuts a,mean wake at Lake Santa Fe early one morning.Club .



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UF Water Ski Club is used to waiting. test, sign a waiver form and pay $15 for a "pull"
The I travel 25 minutes to reach Lake card that helps pay for the boat's gasoline.
Fe several times a week,but comparedto Chuck Strawser,21, is the president of the club
the wait to receive money for equipment and and an avid skier. Along with being president, he
repairs, the drive to the lake whips by. still manages to ski two to three times a week.
It's worth it, members say, because they get There was a summer a couple of years ago whenI
what they want- a chance to ski. I was out here more than I was in class," he said.
Like most of UF's 35 clubs in the Recreational As president, Strawser, a senior zoology major
b: Sports Department's Sports Club Council, the UF from Atlanta, said he spent more time juggling
Water Ski Club, established in 1956, operates on money and paperwork than water skiing.
a tight budget. Each year,the waterski club competes for some
This semester's 200 members, about 40 to 50 of of the $29,500 allotted to the Recreational Sports
whom are active, keep the group alive by fund Department by,Student Government. This year,
raising and holding tournaments.The extra effortsare the water ski club received $1,000, barely enoughto
worth the opportunity to ski, members say. cover the club's activities, Strawser said. Last
"While most students are in bed at 7 o'clock in week,the club's storage shed at Lake Santa Fe was
the morning, here we are," criminology senior robbed of almost $1,000 in equipment, the equiv-
Kelly Higginbotham said one morning as the club's alent of the club's annual budget.
ski boat skimmed across Lake Santa Fe. Between the SG account and a smaller Florida
Dirk Luthro, a third-year member from Rochester Foundation account reserved for donations to the
N.Y., said the fact that UF had a waterski club club,Strawser said he is forced to make daily.trips' j
had a lot to do with his coming here. to the Florida Gym

President Chuck Strawser and Vice President Mike Jasinskl sit "One of the reasons I came here was because I The paperwork is phenomenal,"he said."That's i
got a brochure which said 'we have a waterski why I say it's worse than a three-hour class !
UF Water Ski Club.
with members of the club,'"Luthro said. "I said 'that's the place for me, because I spend over an hour in the gym everyday."
just give me an application.'" Jon Walker, coordinator of sports clubs and
Eric Mathews, a mechanical engineering student special events for all 35 Sports Club Council
from Ft. Walton Beach said, "A lot of the fun groups, said the money crunch has much to do
of being in the club is teaching other people who with SG and how it views the Sports Club Council.
have! never skied before." As a club member, he "Student Government has traditionally seen the f
said he's helped more than 15 novice skiers Indulge Sports Club Council as one monolythic organization
in slalom and straight skiing, trick skiing, as opposed to 35 clubs," Walker said.
jumping, kneeboarding and barefooting. Strawser said that within the club, about 40
Membership to the waterski club is available to
see Water Ski, page 8
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close to us, like Lake Wauburg, it the moment it cannot be helped. one can ski, Strawser said. naments. Aside from being a fund.
WATER SKI said the camp's current raiser, Strawser said the tournaments
would just make things a lot eas- There's not an alternative to Strawser
from page 7 ier," said Shannon Carson, a soph- that site (Lake Wauburg) at this owner,Mary Shipman, doesn't like keep UF's club in the

percent of the members participatein omore from Melbourne. Club time and that is, as (the members) the club much, but her late husband public eye.Strawser.

competitions."We're members ski at Lake Santa Fe, have said, a problem for the club," Robert Shipman, and son estimates the club
about 20 miles east of Gainesville.M.B. Walker said. Mike Shipman, a UF alumni, did makes about $1,000 from the average
pretty good consideringthe Chafin, recreational sports Club secretary Tessie Wong and allowed the club to stay on the tournament. The most re-
that have to
fact we no sight
coach and director, said the club is not allowed said members who want to ski property for free. When Robert cent one, held April 7-8, only
practice on, no no
with he said. to use Lake Wauburg for must leave a three to four hour Shipman died a few months ago, raised about $300, he said.
to practice
,
money safety reasons. block open,taking into account the Strawser said, Mary Shipman
Many members of the club say "We've probably got 70 to 80 time it takes to put the boat in and started charging $20 a month, one- Barring problems with ski sites
the biggest problem is not being boats on a good, popular day uti- out of the water as well as other fourth of the money allotted by SG. and finances, Strawser said it's all
able to use university-owned Lake lizing the lake," Chafin said. people taking time to ski. Because Lake Santa Fe is public, worth it for him to kill some time

Wauburg. Strawser said the club Operating a motor boat with The club keeps its 1989 Pro-Star Strawser said it gets crowded with in between classes skiing.

was allowed to ski there until 1984, such a large number of non-power 190 tournament ski boat with a amateur boaters and doesn't give This is what it is all about,"
when some former members boats on the lake is dangerous,and 240-horsepower engine and equip- club members a good chance to Strawser said. "This makes it

abused the privilege."I "somebody's going to get killed," ment at Shipman's Fish Camp on practice for tournaments.The worth the effort I put in."
think if we had a little more Chafin said.Walker Lake Santa Fe for members, but a club holds about two water-
support from the school where we recognizes the club driver and a vehicle able to tow the ski tournaments a year, which are Alligator staff writer Mary
could use something that was members' frustrations, but says at boat trailer are needed before any- either open or intercollegiate tour- Shedden contributed to this story.

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Health professionals and custodial then grew accustomed to it. length,"Kellett said."It was only
workers will continue taking Others have said they never got one of several things we talked
breaks in separate rooms said In- used to it. about. Dr. Hart and I had never
firmary Director Boyd Kellett after But Kellett says the Infirmarymust met,and we spent the time getting
meeting with UPs Affirmative Action have two break rooms be- acquainted."
coordinator Jacquelyn Hart on cause of lack of space. However
Kellett would not specify what
Tuesday."No the Infirmary eventually will have
was said about the break
French additional action needs to one large break room when reno- rooms
Quarter and Hart did not return phone calls
be taken with anything Kellett vation is completed he said. Plan- Tuesday.
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ur decades ago, asbestos was the "magic could have made the simple wiring job perilous."U .
mineral," a cheap and durable insulator you have maintanence workers working Little known uses of asbestos

that found its way into thousands of around it and stirring it up, then their risk factor

products and millions of buildings. shoots up skyhigh,: said Palagyi, the DER asbes-- While some pro-environmentgroups want asbestos banned, manufacturers say there Is no single
But now, after medical studies have proven it itto tos safety director. ""The fibers are almost chemi-- Is the potentially hazardous mifleral too valuable to give up ? substitute for the versatile mineral. Asbestos Is safe In a whole and undamaged state, but the

be cancer-ausing, asbestos Is the unwelcome cally inert. That's' why ifs' such a good material I material's' microscopic fibers can cause serious health hazards if they are disturbed, breaK free

neighbor, the lethal leftover tucked away in to use in manufacturing and that's' why it's' so been found even in the spouses and children of tinal track and spur colon'lor rectum cancer. As- and highways: Palagyi said. "That's' because of and are Inhaled. Below are some products that often contain asbestos
"
walls and ceilings across the country. And dangerous when it's in the body. their cloth- bestos also aU the traffic. there CARS AROUND THE HOUSE
workers who bring home fibers on can breach th, placental barrier, putting stol>and-go Anywhere are
across the UF campus. Three years ago, state education officials ing. The disease can take 2 20-to-40 years to sur-- pregnant woman and unborn children at cars hitting their brakes, there'l' asbestos dust brake pads appliance heat shelldlng
Although about 400 UF buildings contain as- decided it also was too dangerous to be In col-- the shortness risk. being given ofL"
face, but once early symptoms '
bestos, campus officials say every one of those lege classrooms. The Board of Regents, the 13- of breath and chest pain do creep up, the vic-- Scientists say some people can be exposed to Children are even easier targets for asbestos [ : : ;] clutch parts flower pots
sites meets safety standards. But they also say member panel that sets policy for F1orida's' nine tim often has less than one year to live. fiber-laden asbestos dust and never suffer a diseases because of high respiratory rates io motor gaskets < glovesand mittens

that safety can be compromised on any given public universities, earmarked $$35 million to Another threat is asbestosis, an incurable dis-- single side effect Others get the fatal diseases quicker breathing that can leave more fibers in mufflers m ironing boards

day with a leaky pipe or the slip of a worker's' have asbestos removed from every campus. ease caused by asbestos fibers lodged In lung tis- after a single, short exposure. So no one knows the system of a child than in an adult with the BUILDINGS pottery clay

hammer. About $$15 million of that was to go to UF, which sue and air sacs When the body attempts to who Is safe and who isn't' ., But there Is one easy same exposure. Youngsters also are closer to Insulation ::: ;
"Asbestos poses no problem until the material has more asbestos than the other schools com- break down these invaders, it fails and tries to way to remove some of the unpredictability the ground, where asbestos dust is most likely e: pipe :; tabletops

becomes disturbed to the point where asbestos bined. cover them up with layers of scar tissue, a build- just light up.Cigarette. to gather before it's' stirred up. roofing felt OUTDOORS
dust gets in the air where someone can inhale The Regents put that $$15 million into a five- childhood trait of \\0-
up which disables valuable oxygen-processing smokers are 80.90 8 times more likely Even the breathing through some floor sheetlngs driveway gravel
It," said William Properzio, UF Environmental year plan that gradually would purge UF's'' asbes--
areas to suffer health hazards after asbestos exposure the mouth increases the danger by bypassing IB j
.
some paint products asphalt roadways
Health and Safety director tos but the purge never came. than In the nose's' filtering These factors add : : ,
after non-smokers.
Usually, 1Q.to-20 years exposure, an as- Asbestos-spawned scars process. .. ... .
The threat of asbestos, a natural mineral im- Properzio said UF officials realized the bestosis victim develops breathing problems, the lungs combine with the ravages of smoking up to make children 100 times more likely to sutter boat hulls

mune to both fire and chemicals, lies in the hairlike removal money would come up short after further coughing, fatigue, chest and back pains and a to cause a condition similar to influenza asbestos-linked diseases than nonsmokingadults.

strands that give it its fibrous appearance. surveys revealed asbestos previously unaccounted bluish tint around the lips or fingers Eventually, "It's' a synergistic effect," Palagyi said. ""When '"The problem is there is no one substitute," sumers.."
The sharp, rigid fibers are about 600 times thinner for. The cash also wasn't' going to go as make al-- the bad effects and then add of he said. "1bere's' material with
the scar tissue can breathing impossible you get of smoking danger to children prompted a flurry no as many Nyquist said his group was twice as big 10
than a human hair and potentially deadly. far as expected' because of the soaring cost of together and heart failure& occurs. In the damage done by asbestos, they multiply trhe in the 1980s to rid public dynamic features as asbestos For instance, the years ago before bad sales and media attention

When asbestos is damaged, the fibers can contractors' fees, Properzio said. Asbestos exposure also makes a person five each other." of asbestos, an effort Palagyi called main product they use asbestos In is car brakes, pushed some member companies into other industries .

break away and become aloft If swallowed or inhaled "We can see now that the original plan isn't' times as likely to get lung cancer, a disease that While the increased danger makes avoiding asbestos a success. But Palagyl said state laws don't' re- and they can't' find anything to do the job that and some others out of business. He

those air-carried fibers can trigger a handful going to get it done," Properzio said. "I'd' say the can be treated surgically if detected early a good idea for smokers, it may not be quire other types of buildings to clean out their lasts as long, works as well or costs as little." said the negative image of asbestos also has

of potentially fatal diseases, some of them original amount we thought would get it out has enough. Early symptoms are weight loss, cough- that easy Palagyi said asbestos, commonly asbestos unless It becomes damaged or the Banning asbestos In favor of Inferior sub- made a difference in his personal life.
taking years to surface and most of them in- nearly doubled. I estimate it would take about ing up blood and chest tightness thought of as a building material, also is found building undergoes construction work stitutes is not the best solution, said Kenneth Ny- "
"Well, I can clear a room at a dinner party,
curable. $$30 million to get asbestos off the campus.. The lungs aren't' the only potential target for in the brake pads of trucks and most large cars.. ""If a building Is going to be remodeled or quist, government affairs director for Asbestos "
that's for said "I people
Fear of these hazards prompted the Environ- Properzio also said regents grew stingy with the asbestos fibers. U the wire-like strands are ""If a smoker wants to stay away from it they demolished, (the owners) have to have all the as- Association of America. Nyquist said his group, sure, Nyquist guess U want
mental Protection Agency to inspect 3.6 million money promised for asbestos removal In 1988 swallowed, they can get stuck in the gastro-intes- have to stay away from football stadiums, malls bestos taken out so there's' no problem with as- which represents about two dozen asbestos milling think I carry it leave around in my pocket of you the A
to mention
people just one
see ,
public and commercial buildings In 1986 to when a new environmental concern sprung up bestos getting In the air," Palagyi said. "And companies and top Industry users, would
words You know alcohol AIDS and asbestos"Grell
gauge how big a threat asbestos might be. on campus -fire code violations. when It's' taken out they have to use certain procedures rather lee efforts to make asbestos use less haz-- ,
The sample survey found the material in When UFs historic Johnson Hall was gutted ardous. agrees that asbestos has a bad name, _

733,000, buildings across the nation.. In 454,000of by a blaze Dec. 7 7,1987, administrators and state ""They have to keep it wet to keep the fibers -Ifs' a carcinogen, nobody's' doubting that: Nyquint but he said the mineral richly deserves that poor

those, the Insulation was described as "easily officials quickly refocused their attention on fire UNFRIENDLYFIBERS! f from flying around, and they have to dispose of said. "But we believe it can be safely used, reputation. He said his view has been affected
crumbled," a state where floating fibers are hazards throughout the state universities. A it In designated disposal places,: Palagyi said. safely controlled. Asbestos affords society with strongly by the parade of tragedies that have
more likely. Even worse, inspectors found "sig-- month after the fire, a regent-mandated survey F For<< years, asbestos was a building Insulation because of cheapness Asbestos use is not illegal, but stricter industry many unique benefits and it would be a shame come through his law offices."It .

nificantly damaged" asbestos in the public areas revealed hundreds of UF violations and es-- dJrabDiIy. The fibrous> mineral Is stiR In millions 01 buildings nationwide. regulations and bad publicity are making to forget about those benefits." gets kind of difficult to tell you the truth,: '""

of 85,000, buildings.. timated repairs would cost about $$8 million, a the material unwelcome in most buildings and But Maurer said those benefits aren't' worth Grell said. "You get real close to the people you
""We don't' know how many buildings it's' in," sum that would be drawn from the same budget products human lives represent, the families and the older people who

said Heather Maurer, director of the California- driving asbestos removal. If damaged, asbestos can become I serious health hazard ,, -A manufacturer can use it if he wants to, but "I'm' really worried about this information come to really trust you and rely on you. I have
based, non-profit Asbestos Victims of America. "(Fire code violations) pared away at the as- because of the microscopic strands that give It Its fibrous f ; only if he's' been a hermit for the last 10 years,: being pumped out by these industry people who all sorts of knitted blankets in my house and I'm'
"But we know it's' in a lot It's' hard to pin down bestos money," Properzio said. But its' probably apperance The wire-like fibers, which tend to float when disturbed Palagyl said. "It's' being phased out over a are saying it's' safe"," Maurer said ""They're' always getting really nice baked goods.

a number, really. best this way anyway You can't' ignore one or can easily be Inhaled or period of time. Every year, less and less things saying'It's' OK to use it again, we were wrong "
""We do know that if your house was built the other, you have to approach it with balance.. swallowed.'j', have It." before' Well, that's' bullshit "But it gets kind of hard' he said. "I had four

before 1979, there's' about an 80 percent chance You need to give attention to both"." ; i Once In the lungs.the fibers The phasing-out program, begun in the early "And there are substitutes"Maurer, said. clients' die last month. It's tough on the families
and it's a lot of emotional wear and tear for me.
there's asbestos In it, she said. "And we also Palagyi said tackling the two problems at once a can trigger several diseases, 19808 by the federal government, gradually Is "WJbey might not be as good as the manufacturer
The I essentially dying.
know there's' a chance it can kill you." is a good strategy."I Including: pushing manufacturers away from asbestos and wants, and they might lose some money if they people represent are
it of time.
F has 1,795, buildings, a total that includes think the university Is handling It very ,, r },. ''t,+t ? r ? K, MESOTHEUOMA toward materials with similar properties But in switch over, but there are substitutes. It's' just You can see over a period

(!JJF everything from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium well," Palagyi said. "They have budget restric-- ""y Atumorwhlchs1rkesthefningof A some cases, Palagyi said, that replacement is har- greed, simple greed. They're' more concerned "I keep thinking there's' an easier way to
the smallest tool shed and all the research tions, but they're' doing a good job. They're' a the chest and abdominal cavity der than it sounds with profits than their employees or their con- make a living. But I Just can't' walk away"

outposts from the Florida Keys up going through and taking care of the worst stuff y s n Symptoms. which Include short'r .
through the Panhandle.. Three years ago, inspectors first" ''r x ness of breath and chest pain,oftendon'tappearumt2040years-

found asbestos in more than 400 of these an Francisco attorney Chris Grell, who I down the III
through generations
buildings and a watching game began. works closely with the Asbestos Victims of alter exposure.Once the signs do Threat passed

Properzio said UF doesn't' have enough America, said removing the "worst stuff'' surface, the victim usually dies .&.
money to take the asbestos out all at once, so instead Is great, but the problem with asbestos is the within ayear. By Geoff Boucher popular construction and industry material; in the don't' even know it's' around.'"! I

safety inspectors go on rounds and keep "not-so-bad stuff." Because no one knows how -o'er' ASBESTOSIS asbestos-related diseases early 20th century because of its resistance to fire Grell said not all workers are exposed unwit-
an eye on it, much exposure leads to danger, people may be : Anincurablediseasethatusuall Y YY At first glance, may but and chemicals But that popularity plunged In the tingly..When older buildings are condemned,state I
surfaces 10.20 after to be a tragedy of the Industrial Age,
;
-
years expo- appear all asbestos to
} 1970s when medical studies showed asbestos law requires the owners to remove
"Anytime there's a concern we check it out, gambling when they work or live around places book shows the fatal
Properzio said. ""We inspect buildings on a six- deemed safe. sure and often ends with heart flipping through a history fibers could trigger several fatal diseases, most of prevent the threat of asbestos fibers escaping into
Include date back to the Roman Empire.
failure.Symptoms
cough- maladies them 15 to 40 to the air. The owners can pay trained teams a high
taking
month cycle because you never know when a "It's like asking someone how dangerous is it itto years appear.
chest and back
,
problem might come up.." go walking in a thunderstorm," Grell said. _l ] andabluishtntaroundthellpsor ingfatlgue a pains Heather Maurer, director of Asbestos Victims Those studies began in the 1960s after fee to do the removal, or they can take a cheaper
... 1 lt of America, said asbestos has been a popular struck thousands of former route.
respiratory problems
A problem did come up April 5 when the as- "You sit there and say it's something you don't J fingers. '
material for thousands of years because of its industrial workers and shipyard laborers. Re- "1bey'l1'' hire these who don't' know'or
poor guys
bestos coating around some ceiling pipes in want to do Odds are, you won't get struck by I LUNG CANCER
versatility and durability qualities that carry a searchers discovered the victims shared a corn don't' care about hazards, they just care about
UFs Hume Hall showed signs of damage. lightning, you won't be hurt One of the most common cancers I
Properzio said inspection of the tom insulation "But there are enough reported cases of lightning I ) \ this disease strikes asbestos ,high price. mon background working with or near asbestos.. the money," Grell said. "These are guys who don't

revealed no danger to the dormitory's' 600 residents and there are enough reported cases of 1j'1 "( victims either by Itself or as a "1be Romans used woven asbestos material as San Francisco attorney Chris Grell, who works care about regulations, they just want to feed their

Even so, two days after the rips were mesothelioma where you stop and consider your r complication to one of the other cremation garments to preserve the ashes of closely with AVA. said the asbestos-laden ships kids They're' not really concerned about possible
reported, a removal team armed with air-tight safety," Grell said Although the commonly held I / disorders.. Symptoms Include deceased nobility," Maurer said. ""The first and shipyards of World War II may have caused health hazards 20 or30 years down the road.

bags and respirators made repairs image of an asbestos victim is a long-time fac-- weight loss, chest tightness and documentation of asbestos hazards was recorded the first big wave of victims,but the problems still ""The owner will pay these guys $$7 or $$8 (an

The problem at Hume Hall occurred when tory worker, recent research says as few as : k .: : coughing up blood In the first century by the Roman historian Pliny linger hour) and that'll' be enough to get the job

several electrical workers said they weren't' told three or four microscopic fibers can trigger' ) \ "" ''n He reported that slaves whose occupation was to "Statistics say there are about 27 million done," Grell said "The people they hire are Im--
weave asbestos cloth became afflicted with dis- workers In America who are exposed to asbestos, migrants, or maybe even illegal aliens Nobody
they were working within arm's reach of the as- mesothelioma, an incurable cancer caused al-- .
set off
If the fibers In the
bestos, which had at least three damaged areas most exclusively by asbestos Ire swallowed or migrate from the lungs they can cancer I ease.- and that's' 27 million too many,- Grell said. "A lot worth worrying about Just another generation

Florida Department of Environmental Regulation Mesothelioma, which usually strikes the larnyx, .sgophagus. stomach, colon, gastro-Intestlnal track or rectum. Asbestos Asbestos is a fibrous mineral that became a of people work and live around this stuff and they of victims, right?"
can also cross barrier and their unborn children at risk. .'.
placental women
,putting
official Ed Palagyi said the miscommunication lining of the chest and abdominal cavity, has


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feel that ,including legisla-
page 1 passes,the committee would make way OWNERS SALE
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9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM Plus LMR. Pool laundry no call or dogi house. $495/mo & util first, last ft $120 central storage $400
air.
10 Wanted F. 8 am. 4 30pm Santa Fe Trace Apli. 378-1190. 4.30752 see no pets. 931 NW 9th Ave. Summer/yr./ coverings

407-295-9641 or 3777576. 4-25-5-2
MANAGEMENT
11 Services By Mail: KEY

Use forms appearing weeklyin Oak Glade Apti. Near UF & VA quiet Super 2bdrl1 ba apt. Fireplace, Phoenix 371-3454

12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry no cash by wather/dryer available In most units for 2630 SW 33rd PI. 12/mo lease, no pets THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane;

13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA or checks only. $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath 330mo./ Avail Aug. 373-1558. 4-27-6-2 See UF from private balcony, neatly reno
$2SO-$350. sec & Imr. 372-6422. 4.30-
vated bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. 371.7777.
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 75-2 4-27-3-2
SUNDOWNE APTS, unfurn studio avail
Payment by VISA or Mastercard
15 Personals May-Aug & beyond $222/mo. Call 336-
SPACIOUSONE
ONLY Five dollar minimum. $50 off rent: 1 1bd/bath/ quiet stylish garden
8702 Iv 4-25-4-2
BEDROOM APT. message.
16 Connections M-F 830.4 pm. apt, May 25-July 31, pets ok, no deposit -
ONLY $263MO.LYONS .
close to campus
17 Notices D How to correct APT Close to UF/Shands 2br/1 1/2bath, 33593523958785. 4-27-3-2
18 Rides 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 washer/dryer/ hookup ac, near Soaps laun-

cancel ad: 4-30-71-2 dry mat $300/month for summer call Joe 2BD/1BA $325/mo/ Phoenix Apts, close to

19 Pets your 335-5320 after 6pm. 42532A UF/Shands/ very spacious, year or summer

INCREDIBLE lease, pets ok. Call Lee 3781802.
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: Efficiency Apt. 4273.2

Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8. 4 pm. Starting at $185 2br 2 blks to UF and sorority row, tastefully

No refunds em be given. Starting at $235 / 2 BadroomMEADOWCREST remodeled, lofted ceilings, no pets, A 2BR/1 1/2 BA quiet & convenient location

avail now $260. 3738022. 4275.2 pool clean, Foxmoor Condo. 3600

Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors: 378-3988 SW 11 Ave. lyr lease, $400/mo. 332-
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs 375-3881 .
7257. 42712MOBILE
3bd/2ba, ac house. $575/mo./ Avail June
Call 373 FIND with corrections before 4-30-70-2
any 1 st. 1707 NW 38th Terr. By appt only. 372-
THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE noon. FOR THE FIRST DAY Check Our New Specials 1796. 4-27-5-2 HOMES:

DAYS after they are placed. All Amenities Available
1 HI: AD RUNS INCORRECTlY. Cor.

Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day. FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 3 FOR RENT/SALE
be alter Roommates Available M/F/ rmml needed for own room In 3bdr
No refunds or credits can given
Union or Shands may take placing the ad. Changes called in after We're No. 1 2bath apt for summer C. $160 a mo 1/3/ '80 Mobile Home for sale Good cond Ctrl

THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated REGENCY OAKS util. Call Coral 376-3893. 4-27-5-2 ac/ht. 2bdr 1 1/2 bath part turn, wash/dry

run for length of time 378-5768 $5500 obo. 373-2227. 4274.3
may any Customer error or changes: 3230 SW Archer Road Rent: *117 MAY FREE. Free bed walk to

and be cancelled at any time. Corrections must be made in person at COUNTRY GARDENS campus, 2 room 1 1/2 bath, dishwasher Quiet country living excellent condition.

Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON. 373-4500 pool, weight room, twnhse, 375/m 378- 14' X 70' on 2 beautiful acres. Buy home,

funds fee. I 2001 SW 16th' Street 4592. 4-27-5-2 rent land. 6 ml N el G'vllle 485-2738
for cancelled ads. There will be a (2 00 correction
I 4-30-58-2
.Cheap! 2bd $235/mth, $100 deposit, SUBLEASE
:
I 3 ml from Call
I quiet/safe, campus. Cindyor
Attractive, clean apts. & houses, close to
UF avail for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs. Bill at 3729687. 4-27-4-2 4 HOUSE/APT.

FOR RENT: FURN. Call 495-9024. 4-30-24-2
FOR RENT: A BARGAIN! 2Br/1Ba privacy quiet 2nd
enclosed 428 NW 9 May rent FREE! 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD
2BTH floor duplex porch,
Oakbrook 2BDR
Studio 1bd and 3bd and
2bd apts
1 FURNISHEDWALK 373.5577 alter 5. 4-27-4-2 MANOR. Rent summer C w/ option for
washer/dryer close to UF $500 a month. houses avail now and for fall. Walk to UFI Ave $295. Call nowI375.1208Iv. 4-
Fall.
message.
Call 375-2586 or 3787796. 4-26-5-1 Beat the rush! College Park Properties
3 BLOCKS UF Room clh/ac/ share 411 NW 15th. 3717777. 427.82 SUPER LOCATION 2717.4

kit/baths w/d/ prefer' male grad students ROCKWOOD VILLAS) beautiful 3bd/3ba 1 BR apt 1 block N of O'Dome. Big yard for
Please Us 2bdr/iba Apt. for Summer
185 Slngl.240 double 378-6652 3788122. furn. condo for n/s's/ In fall & spring call In The Pines football parking. Earn extra cash. 333- Help :
de-
C. Use our furniture & pay no
4-27-16-1 Jax I will return call. 4-27-4-2
1-363-0047 ( ), your 1161.
& 3 Bedroom
Spacious 1,2 positll Reasonable rent. 336-6492

SAVE $85/mo on bdr Furn Brandywlne Apt Sorority Annex Sublet. May-Aug. 1 blk Apartment Convenient&to Townhouse UF/Shands 3bdr large living room, dining room large 4-30-16-4

Avail May w/ option to renew In Aug from Norman. $275 util (neg) Call 375- fenced In yard. 5 blks N of UF, $495.378-
2 pools, tennis crt, weight room, Sublease For Summer W/ option for Fait
$3SO/mo. Gary 378-5564 If no answer 3821 and leave message. 4-27-5-1 0972. 4-27-4-2
4-25-5-1 sauna, 2 laundry rooms. Spacious 2bdr Apt. CHEAP RENTI Call
please try again.
OXFORD MANOR 2bd/ba lakefront. Summer 373-3371 Sublease huge, beautiful 2br/2ba townhouse 376-8090. 4-30-16-4

Cheerful 3bdrm home, fireplaces gardens B or C with (all option. We beat any 205 SE 16th Ave. with study close to mall & UF. Available -
porches, parking ((2)$150) shares Competitors Priest' 336-4590. 4-25-3-1 1/2 mile east, of Main St. June 1. $520/month. 3324664. Reap quiet n/s needed. Own rm In 3bed
120,1 I the rest. No
11/2bath Only
4-30.15-2 apt. pay
available. Special consideration to musicians 4-27-4-2
3771510. 4-27-10-1 ** BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK ** dep May-Aug Call 375-1354' alter 6pm

Luxury condo 4 blks from campus, security 2BDR House by UF. Carport fireplace, LUXURY CONDO Saeed. 4-30-13-4

Townhouse-own furn. bdr ba, wash/dry/ maid service. European kitchen w// a/c 328 NW 15th Ter College Park Apts. for

pool, close to UF. $300+ 1/2 util.! 335- micro dlshwash disposal full size Office: 411 NW 15th Sir. 3717777. 4-27- 2BR/2bath loft condo in quiet Info Regency 378-2202 Oaks mornings apt 1bdr 1 and, large evenings.more 4-

1841. 4.27.10.1 wash/dry. $200 to $390 monthly. 375- 3-2 NW, pool coin laundry and hook-ups. 27-12-4

4541. 4274.1 $550
from UF MELROSE SPRINGS Brand new 2bd
OakBrook2bdr2ba., 1/2 mile ,
Andreaor wanted to live In 2bd/2ba screened porch huge oaks, landscaped 2bdr/l ba turn house wfenced yard, w/d
MANAGEMENT
micro, ac.security pool,338-0530 Summer rmmt KEY avail
central ac, NW 7th Ave May-Aug.
613-676-1776 (Collect). 43010.1 apt. Oxford Manor $200 obo master bdr nice neighborhood$450/mo.475-1968' 371-3454 $440/mo neg & util. For Info call 335-
wbath avail. Call 335-9217. 4-27-4-1 Pets ok. 43011.2 4-27-4-2 4913. 4-26-10-4
ROOM FOOD STARTING $145 for Sum
mer. Spring & Fall also avail at CLO. Incl PROFESSOR'S HOME Avail now: 1-bdr apt; fans, cent heat/air; AVAILABLE NOW OR MAY for.umm.r
F Rmmt N/S to share 2bdr/1ba apt
10 meals/wk.util pd.Vblk 10 UF.Student mini vertical blinds; own bus, near UF;
& 1/2 util distance -
$175/mo walking
Runll 377-4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th 3BR/2BA/ Northwood Pines home $275 Including water. 3730701. 4-30-5-2 2BR 1 1/2 BA SW duplex. to UFo 3774244. 4-28-10-4

St. 4-30-10-1 completely !furnished. Dishware, Extra nice flat with 2 big

___ linens, all the comforts. House/duplex/ 4bdr/2ba fireplace, cent bedrooms, hookups, yard maint. $325 Looking for a great place for summer?
3 rooms In NW home, wash/dry, 2ba, closeto Fireplace, garage fenced yard. $750 ht/air, 1 1/2 ml so. of UF, lyr lease OAKBROOK WALK 3rd ft single bdr/b

UF, $150.180 & 1/4 util, M nil/ turn $650/mo. Call 376-8183 Leave Message. Great 2BR 1 1/2/ BA townhouse May-June-July rent $275/mo or neg.

avail. 3352891. 4277.1 KEY MANAGEMENT 4-27-8-2 breakfast' bar, hookups, 376-6811. 426104Wmdmeadow

371-3454 some utll pd. $325
HUGE Studio 6 bike to UF wd firs,
Large 2BR 2 112 bth townhouse WoodgateMnr 3bd/3ba, for sublease from
w/d hookup. Avail May 1. $509/mo PhD cand. seeks mature house mate own fireplace, full sz kit, low elec. Lease til KEY MANAGEMENT May-August with option for fall. Call anytime

neg. 332-9564. Ask for Linda or Barbara bdr/ba w/d, micro. VCR safe, quiet neighborhood July 31 w/ year option. $265. 375-0963 Iv 371-3454 336-8315 or 336-8316. 4.27.10.4
4-27-7-1 ample parking. 372-0912 11 a- msg. A278.2Center

11pm. 4-27-3-1
FUN & SUN In The Pines 2 or 3 summer Court very nice 2bd walking distance WOOD FLOORS 1Bdr or 2Bdr. Now or
rmmts-furn big rm, poolside, 2ml to UF Furnished bedroom only $150 & 1/3 utl. 3 to UF. 1210 NW 11 I Av. Dishwasher Fall. Walk to UFII College Park Apta. 411 Classifieds. ..
Available May-Aug. cent Office, : 411 NW 15 St. 371-7777. NW 15th St. 3717777. 4273.2
$220/mo own rm, $125/mo to share. 378- blocks from campus. air. Continued on next page.I .

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Lakewood Villas-Sublse May-Aug, (urn, sublet May 15-Aug 15 nice spacious ** Need roomies 4br2ba House MONEYII Sublease 2bdrm/2ba apt. One F N/S needed to sublet sum A or thru 731in /

bdr own ba. wash/dry, attractive and I ibd/lba/ apt 3 blocks from campus. ** BEAUTIFUL Spacious month free and no deposit!) Lease May- Oak Forest $136.25/mo/ ft util share

clean, only $242/mo. 335.5589 leave 1621 NW 3rd PI '3. $225/mo/ lease op- ** ONLY 1/2 blk fm campus Aug 14. Call 372-3467 leave message. room w/ own ba. Call Tammy 335-2960.
message. 4-27-10-4 lion. 336-6850 altr 10. 4-27-7-4 ** 180mo CALL 3725574. 4.27.5-4 4-27-3-4 4-27-3-4


Sublease a HOUSE for summer! 2bd/1ba, OXFORD MANOR Sublease for, option Right across from Campusl of 2 F rmmts MAY FREEI Quiet spacious 2br Georgetown SUBLET MAY RENT FREE at

(urn., wood floors, Ig. kitchen nice yard for C, 3bdr/3ba washer/dryer/ also furn. wanted for summer c. Own room in beautiful apt for sum close to campus, shopping STONERIDGE for summer 3bdr/2/ 1/2/ ba.

2 min bike to campus. $440 373-4662. for sale, please call 3778287. 4-27-6-4 3 bdrm. triplex behind B.King. Call but, pool, central air mod. LET'S DEAL. Call 336-0529. 4-27-3-9

3360411. 4-27-5-4 apphancII.371.1087. 427.34
Oxford Manor own bd/ba.lurn., wash/dry. Large 2BDR/1BA May thru Aug 15. Centac 5 ROOMMATES
Price neg. Sublet summer C. 371-6237. stove $250/mo PINE TREE GARDENS 2bdr/2ba sublease walk for
water heating (gas), MAY FREEI Sublet Oak Brook apt
430104OAKBROOK deposit nego. 371-0741. 4.27.6-4 or re-rent for summer, fall option, sum, flex llv. arrangements fully turn w/
rent neg. Please call 3368349. 4-27-5-4 micro w/d, VCR. 371-1087 BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr/1ba/ ,
I Own your own condo for almost Roomy 2bdr/lba/ fireplace, near campus Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge pool, 1/2

no mny down,take over pmnts,Fully spacious, new carpet, nice kitchen, Mill Run twnhse, 2bdr/l 1/2ba, SummerC ..Hawaiian Vllg* $300/mo. ... 2 ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room, 1/2

Furn w/wash/dryrcall Craig 378-3451 Iv low util., pay only $299/mo. This is It. price neg. 336-8766. 4-27-5-4 bedroom/bath Really nice and big. Must cable & util. 372-2857 Dennis. 4-30-28-5

message. 4-30-10-4 336-4224. 4-26-5-4 see. Close to UF. Call 338-1384 anytime.
F Rmmt Needed for 4bdr/2ba furn condo
Hawaiian Village-bdr/1 ba. great condition 4-27-3-4
May rent (reel) 2bdr/lba/ In Bailey Manor, 1 BLOCK from CAMPUS 3bd/bath/ May-Aug, $200. 336-1834 Iv mes by Oaks Mall. Security System wash/dry

rent for summer w/option to renew In fall. House. Washer/dryer, very clean and se sage. 4-27-5-4 *BEHIND NORMAN* 2 rooms, $105 $200/mo & split elec. 335-4298. 425105 -

Secure, quiet adult community cure. Behind Norman Hall. $175/mth/ for and $115/mo FULLY FURNISHEDI great 5

$275/phone/ 3717282. 4-30-10-4 bdrm Price Very Negotiable. Call 376- PINETREE GARDENS-2bdr/2ba./ upstairs roommate. Call 371-7526 (summer). 4-
5869 Summer only. 4285.4 pool/laundry, sublease summer c. 27-3-4 Upturn room in clean, quiet NW 3/2
SURF/PARTY house 1320 NW 2nd Ave will forfeit deposit rent neg. 336-0240. House. 4 mi UF/SFCC/ Washer Cable,

next to Rococco. Term 5585./ 4-25-3-4 Micro No Pets. $150/mo & 1/3 378-
Rocky 1 BLOCK from Campusl' 3Bdrm/bath/ N/S F to sublet 2bdrm apt for summer ut.
$110 mo, 1/6/ util.! Call 3381263. 4.27.8- House. Very clean, washer/dryer across w/d, a/c, d/w./ 2 ml from Shands, $175/mo 6499. 4-30-12-5
Point West-34th sublease May-Aug. 2br
4 :
street. Need Summer renter for vacant ft util. Also need rmmt in fall. 335-5619.
fully furn. POOLSIDE Imlle to UF Mile Run-n/s studious m/f. seml-furn
room $200mth. PRICE Very Negotiable.Call 4-27-3-4
Sublet: Ig 2br/1 1/2 ba apt May-mid July Heather 376-5869. 4-26-5-4 $445/month. Call Kevin or Walt 378-2144. condo central heat/ae pool ten-

woption to renew lease Close to UF, 4-27-5-4 ROOM 4 RENT furnished In huge house nls/wash/dry. Start anytime. Call collect

Must sublet, negl Call anytime 335-6771 GATORTOWN Pool view, Huge 2bdr/1 1blk from UF avail May 1-Aug 1 l6S/mol 305-294-3094. 427.105Mu.lclan.Artl.t..cozy
Sublease Snow White for
or leave message. 4-25-6-4 1/2 ba May-Aug $330/mo/ negotiable. Call cott.g.e obo. Call Greg at 373-9883.1320 NW 2nd
summer or longer. Charming 70 year / 3 bdrm bungalow
Ellen or Lisa 371-4846 4-27-6- Ave. 4-27.3-4
evenings.
N/S F to have own master bath & bedrm old 1 bedroom duplex 1 block E of Nor needs ((2)) social creatures to make It via

for only $180/mo./ & 1/2/ util. Need from Oak Forest spacious, furnished 1 bdr man Hall. Call eve. 3761417. 4-27-5-4 M/F/ for 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba turn living/dining/ ble. $150 fireplaces, porch 2 baths 377-

May 1-Aug 15. Opt. for fall. Call Kim 336- available May-Aug. Rent Negotiable Call with opt to buy bdrm furn Only $265 near 1510. 4275.5
Fall Semester Sublet 2br/lbalully turn,
3836. 4.30.9.4
336-3973. 4-27-6-5 campus, avail 5/10-8/15. Call 336-
Camelot short walk to law school. 372- N/S
86483353516. 4-27-3-4 non-drinking F, liberal minded to
Sublet starting May 1. 1 bdr/1 ba. 4 blks to Spyglass sub. 1,2 or all 3 bdr/ba/ from 0661. 4.27-4-4 share loaded 2bdr/1 1/2 ba apt near UF
UF. $190/mo & deposit. 378-7917 or 495. & Oaks Mall $175 & 1/2 util. 3320653.
May-July. Renewable, great place to live. MAY FREEI own rm In huge 2bd/1 1/2 ba
ARLINGTON SQUARE 2bd/2ba. turn, all
9024. 4-25.5-4 Fabulous pool area. Call Immed. 335- In NW area. 5 min to UF. $168.50 & 1/2 4-30-9-5
Included rent Call 374-
2830. 4-26-5-4 ammen. neg. util. F grad-stud. as rmmt. 372-9502 Iv
Downtown apt in the new phase of Arlington 4593. 4-27-4-4 msg. 4-27-3-4 M/F/ for 2bdr/2ba/ In OXFORD MANOR.

Square, 1 bdr/1 ba, bay window, $125/mo BIG blue rm in Ig house 3blks May rent FREEI Available 5/7 w/ option
mauve carpet, all new, $390/mo. 373- ** OWN ROOM ** frnshd twn house for Fall. 375-1208 Iv message. 4-27-8-5
Irm UF. HI clngs, wood firs, fall option LAURELS SUMMER C, 3bd/3ba, micro
w/ wtr bd. Half mile to UF. BEST
6071. 4-25-5-4_ share ba w/1 1 person, big porch ft. Ivng rm. apt wash/dryer furn. avail other amenities,
OFFER. Call Jim 377-9653 Ive
,
376-9145. 4-26-5-4 message. $550. 3356978. 4-27-3-4 Player's Club
1 brm apt 5 blocks from UF. Sublet all 4-27-4-4 Sports

summer (May-Aug) $245/mo/ Palm Bay Cheap, Clean, Close/ : M/F ns to sublet Steal the most incredible, luxurious, clean presents3for
Apts. Call 378-2629 leave message Summer C. Own room In Mill Run 2bdba$150moft Sundown Studio sublease for summer & really cheap 3bdr apt In G'ville for sum
until 31 unfurn. $222/mo. 373-8951. IsTonito
July ,
Sublet summer Oakbrook Walkl 1/2/ bills. Call 336-7016. 4-25- 4-27-4-4 mer. Oxford Manor. 3350573. 42734NS
4-4
2bdr/2ba furnished, washer/dryer/ pool.
Female sublease Summer A B C
or
Need 1-2 F N/S./ Price Please call LAKEWOOD VILLAS need 2 to sublease ,
neg. Brandywlne 'furnished own mstr bed/bath./ for $160 & 1/2/ utilities. Call Joanna or 1605 5.w. 13th St.
372-9475! 4-25-5-4 furn )bdr $460/mo & util
May-Aug Ig ,
Call 371-3595 ask for Mike or leave mes Monica at 335-5660. 4-27-3.4
w/d, cable 'free. 336.8465 Iv m... 4-27-4-
"CHEAP CLOSE sage. 4-26-5-4 4
Apt In the LAURELS
Summer A or C sublet. Can provide some Great townhouse .
Close private 2 CHEAP Summer AB or CAsk
furniture. Call eves 372-3048. 4-25-5-4 floors pets terrace pool turn 4 SPYGLASS Sublease May-August for CARLA or
BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba/ townhouse, furnished
sale Summ+opt You will Love living MELINDA 335-5422. 4-27-3-4
FREE MONTH RENT! must see, please leave message
here! only $329/mo. 371-2141. 4-28-5.4
avail May V thru Aug 1 5, close to campus, 3388254. 4-27-4-4 WINDMEADOWS
nice! Call 3746917Ive
poolside. 2bd/lba
..OWN ROOM & BATH** masterbedroom/bath
4-27-7-4
message. for summer, very spacious apt beautiful' I 1bdr In OXFORD MANOR. Rent summer $135/mo. 335.1693 keep trying. 4-27-3-4

Sublease Summer C Camelot Apt. Large duck pond, pool, laundry need rmmt C woption/ for fall. Price neg., GREAT

2bd/2ba overlooks pool near law school, 'small pets ok. Rent $175 negotiable. Ph: location by pool. Greg 3776670. 4-27-4- SW Area 1 BDR/1 BA Apt $200/mo thru

beautiful.' May FREE! Call 336-0186. 4- 3714055. 4-25-4-4 4 July 31. 335-4870. 4-27-3-4

26-6-4 SUMME A, B, or C,1 or 2 F N/S/ Rmmts. M/F 2bd/2ba/ Poles Get master bdr, **OAKBROOK WALKI** BooksIf

Oakforest Apt 3bdr/2ba! avail May 5 thru Large bdr, own ba Pine Tree Gardens, sauna, pool,wt rm, norm. $310. Call Henk NO DEP REQ. May-July Ibd ft ba 3rd II,

July 31 woption/ to renew. $580/mo Includes Rent neg. Please leave message 336- and get summer rate $210. Wa/dry Call turn pool, 1-2 rmmts $150/mo. Les-

new carpet & bar 336-0400 Iv 4367. 4-27-6-4 407-394-6701. 4-27-4-4 1i/JodI371-8397. 4-27-3-4

msg. 425.54 May rent FREEI 3br/3ba in Oxford Manor; WALK TO CAMPUS. Oakbrook Walk. OXFORD MANOR: SUBLEASE, Mstr bdr you can't sell them or trade

$50 If U sublet nice Oakforest Condo. rent summer AB or C w/ option for Fall. Sublease for summer fully turn 2bd/2ba avail Summer C. $200/mo across from them back to the bookstores

2bdr/l/ 1/2 ba, dishwshr.I pool, tennis Call 375-5871 Iv message. 4-27-6-4 wa/dry micro pool, avail May 5. pool. 371-1617 Lv Msg. 4-27-3-4 please consider donating
$300/mo. 371-7630. 4-27-4-4
volleybl,, ceil. fan. $470/mo. Lv msg 335-:
5307, 4-25-5-4 2bdr,2bth apt at Oxford Manor for **,'lItak. anything* your books to the Florida

$400/mo neg. MUST sublease by May Oak Forest Sublet 1bd In 3bd/2 1/2 ba Prison Book Committee.We
(can even take over rent in Aug) 375-4201 Sublease 1bdrm In 3bd/2ba $140/mth townhouse for summer C. .
...e..e.windmeadows***** Living area
.ee. after 5pm. 4-27-6-4 Towne Pare May 10-July 31 May rent furn. Make an offer please. $190/mo ft 1/3 accept new, used, or
free, furnished bdrm. Call 338.1048 Iv elee. obo. Call Doug 335-2561. 4-27-3-4
Sublet 2bd/2ba/ of 3bd/3ba even abused textbooks and
Own bdrm/bath In Rockwood. Subleasefor message. 4-26-3-4

335-2144$210/mo rent Ask neg.for Jill or Julie. summer. Call 335-1940 leave mes RENT NEGOTIABLE!) Ft NS needed for novels, sophisticated and

4-27-7-4 sage. 4-25-4-4 PRIME LOCATION own bedroom & bath In 2bd apt SummerC easy-to-read, hardbacks and
sublet may-aug uf/tigert
in Point West. C.1I373.15821.av. msg.
"THE LAURELS, summer price neg. Call Sublease for summer Beautiful house, Ibdr, clean cent h/ac carpet, prkg. 4-27-3-4 paperbacks. We welcome

Jodi 3361560. 4-25-5-4 1blk/ from campus. Own room, furnished $290/mo. 378-83911va mssg. 4-26-3-4 books singly or whole

$100/mo ft 1/4 utilities. 3712343.mf ONE BLOCK FROM UF 2br/lba 2nd floor
libraries. We also
appreciate
MAY RENT FREEI N/S F to sublet summer sublease May-Jun, lease renewable,
C. Across from UF. Own br, share ba. sublet room In Ig 3bdr/3ba/ house for Private bus to/from sublease/ UF/SFCC furn, )1bdr/lba clean $325/mo. Call 375-8650 or 3721494. 4- magazines that are of a
> 338-4055. 4255.4 w/garage, quiet area must see, close to summer apt 27-3-4
UF.w/parklng spot Incl. Rent neg.371- wash/dry, must sublease rent neg. Call timeless nature, e.g. hobby

I VENTURA 8243 Paul. 4-27-5-4 378-7620. 4-27-4-4 SUBLET From May 7 to July 28 1bdr In and crafts, scientific and

Sublease May-July 2bd/1ba $365 neg. Summer Sublet. Ml. Vernon apts, 2-3 bdr house, bike to campus, hardwood 2bdr/1 1/2 ba apt Landmark. Only $300 nature, etc. (Please remove
Call Todd 3355454. 4255.4 for summer & util. Call 372-6076. 4-27-3-
2bd/2ba twnhs, 'less than 1ml to UF AShands. floors, ceiling fans, huge backyard 4 your name and address from

Williamsburg Sublease Ibd In 2bd twnhs 375-5694. 4-27-5.4 $425/mo. 371-0851 Iv message. 4-27-4-4 any publication you donate.)

2 bike from UF. Laundry, poolside, F N/S for own room In Stonebrldge. No
Sublease Summer C 2bdr In 3/2 h... 1 Thanks to like
$200/mo/ neg. My-Jly w/ tall option. Call pets. l75/mo & 1/4 util. 377-0602 Lisa. people you,
",.Jen 373.0419. 4-25-5-4 mile from UF In scenic fmly nbrhd. 2bdr/2ba summer leas*. Country Village, 4-27-3-4 we have distributed over
wshr/dry ac, carport. $125 I nego. Call furnished or unfurn, close to UF, 'large.
Rent Option for 'fall. 378-7790 Iv 30,000 books to Florida's
Sorority Annex apt, 1 bdr/1 ba, 1 blk to UF, 3784198. 4-27-5-4 nego.4.27-4-4 RM IN THE LAURELS (summer w/opt/ to
c.ntralac. I mo. free for Summer C. Only mes. renew) In 2bdr/2ba Brand New Apt. All prisons. You will provide
$225/mo./ Call John 371-7893. 4277.4 Sublease 2bd/lba/ save $150 clean apt. extras, 1st 3/mo Nego. 335-5548 or 335-
walk dist to UF/Shands $360/mo 2 pools .*.*. Shre 2bdr apt wclean, n/s m 1156. 42734WINDMEADOWS countless hours of reading

MAY RENT FREEI Furn room In 2br/2ba/ May-Aug opt to lease call Amy ft Mejgan CHINESE grd stdnt. $1SO/mo tSOSbl fee.. pleasure. You will help those
I Iblk to UFI 1/3 utll/cble. 3353545800./
apt 1 blk to UF. A/C wash/dry & a great 374-8780. 4-27-5-4 : APTS. who wish to further their
.joommiel, Female for Summer. Tyler 335- HUGE 2Bed/2Bath sublease for summer

I 4931, 4-25-5.4 MAY FREEI 2blks from uf. Ig 1 bdrm apt Oxford Manor 1 bd avail May 7, option for woption for fall, unf urn. Call for info 336- education. Please bring your
wood firs, ac. clng fans, fall option
renewal Aug. Nice clean, & 4218. 4-27-3-4 donation
$250/mo 378-3270. 4-25-3-4 gray car to the lobby of the
Oxford Manor sublet master bd, May-Au
pet. Big enough for two! C.1I378.8515Iv
gust,own ba,washer/dryer. 2 story apt. OAKBROOK WALK Share 2bdr/2ba for msg. 4-27-4-4 Sublet for summer. Own room In NW Alligator, 1105 W. University

HBO pool, close to campus. $245mo.Call Summer A. $200/mo + 1/2 utilities see. home, close to UF, $100/mo (rea. $175)) & Avenue. Monday through
Dan 3733538. 4.25.5-4 House for rent, 2br/lba, woodfloors, lots 1/3 Util. Call 335-1208. 4273.4
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dep. furnished. 3rd floor pool view. Susan of space, 1blk from Tigert/Norman. 5/15- Friday 8 am to 4 pm. Thank

What a placell What a deal Two blocks 374-9919 leave message. 4-26-4-4 8/15. Super nice, call 395-9834 or 395- Sublease summer A & B 2bdr garage you, but monetary donations

from campus, own room in a 4 room apt, 9172. 4-27-4-4 apt, one block from
$315
Campus, a
Rocky Pt. Apt. ONLY $l30/mo.females cannot be accepted.
,great furniture maid service, vcr, pool month. Call 336-4539 and leave mes
grill, must seel 1170 & 1/4/ util. May-Aug needed subleasing 2 huge rms In a REGENCY OAKS sublet ibdr sum B for sage. 4-27-3-4
3bdr/2ba May 4Aug5.. Ann or
apt.
303710424. 4-25-5-4
$190 ft 1/3 util. Call 378-4894 Iv message.
Renee. 335-6493. 4-27-5-4




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ROOMMATES ROOMMATES 'ROOMMATES ROOMMATES


lor Summer C/B 2 large rooms In nice e eeNeed neat F N/S to share 3BD apt $250/mo Rockwood
M/F Rmmt needed spacious 2bdr/1ba 2 M/F Rmmts Needed for Summer Star) very
apt at Piccadilly Aptt. Central ac, porch, 5/4. 4bd/2 1/2 ba Pinetree Gardens. 4br home fully furnished near campus, for summer B. Own BD, share bath,, Fern roommates( ) for summer
pool, and mor. $210/mnth & 1/2 mil. Call $13S/mo A 1/4 utll. Dep. neg 335-5119 great yard. $175-200 & utility. Call Laura I 158/month. 375.8080.1/3 4-27-5-5 utilities Two great roonvies. Matter br and atudy. Dogi allowed.
3354738. 427.45
Richard 3355584. 4-30-9-5 after 5pm. 4-27-7-5 372-8094. 4-26-5-5 Tracy

SPYGLASS need m/f roommate for HEYIIII I need F n/s rmmt to share 2bdrm For summer, F rmmt needed In 3br/3ba 1 BDRM in 2b/lb apt close to campus LIBERAL nil m/f needed: Summer C -
furnished 3bd/3ba apt. complete with Wlndmeadowi apt, you'll get own $165 1/2 utll-you keep my d.poliI5/1.8 own furn/nonfurn bdrm In Homestead Apt
apt 3 blocks from UF $150/mo A 1/2 utll,
335-5742. 4-27-8-S room/bath for $200/mo. Call 3367909. 4- wopt to renew call 373-5294 for mora $172.50/mo A 1/2 utils. Call 336-4959 -
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wash/dry
ok, 395.
pets own parkn space Leigh 27-6-5 Info. 4-27-5-5 WI!1. 4-27-4-5
6973. 4-25-5-5

M/F N/S Own bdr lor summer C In 3bdr REAL DEALI! Own room In 3b/2ba for F rmmt wanted to share 3bdr/2ba furn, The Gardens! mil/ rmmt for May-Aug, turn
house behind Norman Hall tl40/mo/ & 1/4 Fall! Grad Student looking for neat n/s F summer AB or both. Oak Forest. Only room In Regency Oaks. l50/mo + 1/3 own bdr/ba In 2/2 i/2 twnhte, UF/SFCC
util. Call 3364052. 4-25-6-5 to get a nice 2b/2b with. Call Michelle at $140/mo A 1/4 util. Call 336-8362. 4.25- utll. Laura 372-2867. 4-27-5-5 cntrl located. Call Mindy 3323896. 4-27-
338-0961 or 335-7732 Iv msg. 4-25-5-5 4.5 4-5

N/s/ mIl for summer. $101.25/mo, walking
Rmmt B. F n/. Oxford
summer no
pad.
Manor (urn, private bd/ba. $400 utll In PINETREE GARDENS F rmmt, own bdr, RMMT Wanted to share fabulous 4bdr distance to UF, 2bd/1 1/2 ba twha, pets HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, need I rmmt for fall
cluded. Amy 374-7279. 4-25-5-5 $140/mo ft 1/4 utll. Call 336-6947. House directly across O'Dome. $175/mo/ ok. Call Beth 376-5586. 4-27-5-5 in 2bdr/1 b. apt, overlooking pond. 336-
& 1/4 Utll. 373-6289. 4-26-5-5 9478. 4-27-4-5
POLOS Sublet ibr with own bath In 3

Wanted M/F N/S rmmt lor (all w/ 2 girls OXFORD MANOR great locat. M/F/ rmmt F N/S/ for summer May 6-Aug 15, Quiet bribe for lummer. Wash/dry, all ameni *********************** I
3bd/3ba Wlndmaadow or Poloi. Pla call needed (for summer, own bdrm & bath, rmmts, w/d tennis, r/b, nice big apt own ties. Rent very negotiable. Lisa 336- OXFORD MANOR m/f 3b/3b LUXURY I
336-8876. 4-25-5-5 wash/dryer $185/mo & 1/4 util. Call 372- rm. shr ba. $150/mo 1/4 utll. 3322383. 7854. 4.25-3.5 APT. (Many Extras). Furn/upstr. rm.
6924. 4-25-5-5 4-26-5-5 ONLY $165/mo Sum. C. CALL 377-2970 .
1,2, or 3 rmmt for Three Oaks 4 blks to Iv msg. 4-27-4-5
Student to hare 2Br/2Bth In NW, Oxford Manor roommate needed Only UF, new opts, micro, w/d/ $200 obo, furn
wash/dry cable, (urn. 1250 A hall utll. VENTURA $175/mo & utll. Across from pool A gym. vail. 3781655. May-Aug w/ fall option. F/M Rmt. own rm 3/2 house, flrepl hdwd I
Bandy 3772537. 4-25-5-5 Need female to share May-July Own master bdr w/ bath. Call Lisa 335- 4-25-35 floors, spacious, very nice, 2 bike N of
$175 A1/2 util. Call Robin
3686/130 downstairs. 4-26-5-5 O'Dome. $158.33/mo & utll. Summer w/
M wanted for lummer. Own rm balcony 335-5454. 4-25-5-5 OAK FOREST-f' n/. rmmt, own turn mitt fall option. 3781081. 4-27-4-5

In 3br/2ba. Near campus, $140/mo & utlli./ M/F 3 blocks Three Oak apt, bdr w/prlvate be and balcony summer I
Call 373-2883. 4-25-5-5 own rm In spacious 3bdrm townhso m/f/ tree waterbed, own campus.room $205/mth, May- avail May 1-$240/mo 1/2 utll-call 335- .F n/s for sum C, walk to UFiat,
pets ok, w/d, cable great complex &
reqd. 371-6562. 4-27-6-5 0770 4.27.4-5 sown turn br In 2br/l ba apt
Aug no deposit
3 rooms In NW home waih/dry, 2ba, rmmtsl i45/mo & 1/4 util (neg) call .$140/mo A 1/2 utll, wood floorall
close to UF, $150.180 & 1/4 utll, M nIl, 335-2550. 4-25-5-5 Roommate needed for 3bdr 2bthrm Own bedroom and bath summer C. .Call 372-6141 for details soonl
turn avail. 3352891. 4-27-7-5 Wlndmeadows May thru Aug. Marchwood 2 story 3bdr furn exc bdr,. 4-25-1-5
apt
F n/. needed to share 2bd/2ba furn
apt ,
poolslde very nice. $200/mo. Call Dan
$205/mo nag A 1/4 utll. Call Tammy 3352500lvemsg. -
For fall: clean nF needed to share In Brandywine. $137/mo. If want own rm, 4-25-4-5 3355351. 4-27-4-5 F rmmt 1BR In 3BR apt summer C $186.
4bd/2ba/ mobile home w/ me & my 2 taroi. rent neg. Avail May 4. Call 335-9846. 4- Spacious, pool, courts, May rent free.

Many extraa. $130/mo & 1/4 utll. Call Amy 2555 1 bedrm wbath In 3/2 house, furnished, IBR avail late Apr. or May 1. Large Call Julie Lv msg 378-6591, 4-27-3-5
371-6704. 4-25-5-5 hardwd firs, fence, pets ok, quiet 1 ml. to house, washer/dryer, central air & heat,
GREAT LOCATION near UFo own room, $200/mo I 1/3 utll. Prefer creative artist 2bdrs avail In nice
UF, 1 look Is all it will take. $225. 375- WALK TO CAMPUS
N/S F to share 2bd/1 1/2 ba, twnhae, hardwood floors, fireplace, parking. 7169. 4-26-5-5 or progressive politics or grad atudent. 4bdr house n.xllo law school i7S/mo A
wash/dry & extraa. $172.50/mo & 1/2 utll./ $158.33/mo & 1/3 util.! Avail now. Gina Call 376-4716. 4.27.4.5 utll 5/1 to 8/1. Mike 375-0251. 4.27.3-5

376-6512 Iv mag. 4-25-5-5 3781081. 4-25-5-5 F/M N/S lor nice 2bd/1ba apt. $150 &
deposit and 1/2 utl. Call DENISE for more NAME YOUR PENTIUM own room, turn, 1 BLK FRM UF, rmmt for house, no pets,
Info 375-1972 please leave message. 4- eve/ wash/dry/ Woodgate Manor. Summer n/s, quiet for sum., rent l75/mo or$125mo
27-6-5 special, also need roommate for fallsprg.Call If share rm A utll. Call 373-1242.
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited now 332-4333 desperatellll 4-26-3- 4-27-3-5
BRANDYWINE 2 F N/S needed to share 5 .

by Trude Michel Jaffe rm, 2bdr/lba, fully furn, pool, $170/mo A Roommate needed to share Sbedrm apt
1/3 util, near UF. 373-0024. 4-27-6-5 N/S fern needs rmmt to share quiet, at Vlzcaya, 1/2 mile from UFo $180/mo'
ACROSS 2 Arctic habitation 33 Places of 46 MacArthur's woodsy furn NW home. Avail May-Aug. 1/3 util. Own room avail begin of May-

1 Novel or short 3 A way to march wondrousriches appt. In Korea F N/S quiet A compulsively clean. Own $120/mo t, 1/2 utll.! 372-9658. 4-27-4-5 July, great for summer A. Call 3719868.

story: Abbr. 4 Role for Gable: 47 "Mary room. $185/mo.3/2 1/2 townhouse.Jennifer 374-9942.CasablancaEast. 4-27- *LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK* 4-27-3-5

5 Uproar 1938 35 Traveler's stop little..." 6-5 Brand n.w. completely turn walk to
9 Inslped 5 Draw back 36 Night prowler 48 Step UF, 1 or 2 F rmmtt. for 2Br/2Ba/ condo Fun, responsible
14 Eye a laGroucho 6 Dress worn In 39 Actress (hasten) Oxford Manor for summer t/or fall European kltch fem roommate needed lor own room 4n

the Middle East Marietta 49 Wading bird $150/mo. Summer ABC. Own rm and wmicro, wash/dry, maid service, security part turn apt for aummer. i'55/month &

15 Singer Plnza 7 Certain work of 40 Role for 15 50 lan's Welsh bath, unlurn. 3356336. 4-27-5-5 4541. ,4-27-4-5 much more. Call Denise 375- 1/2 utll. 3366862. 4-27-3-5

16 Amendment to art Across cousin Oxford Manor great location full/turn. F
a proposed law 8 Forebearlng 43 Volcano In SW 51 Device to N/S F to share a 2bdr/1ba apt, May-Aug, ** BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK *A rmmt needed Fall 90. Must be stud., neat
17 Narrow escape 9 Isles Japan collect plankton own bdr quiet area, l75/mo + 1/2 util. Walk to UFo need 1 or 2 M for 2Br/2Ba reap, nonsmoker. 2bdr $247/mo. Call DJ
19 Thoughtless 10 White salepurchase 44 Nannies propel 54 Abner's radio Rent neg. 3353745. 4-27-5-5 condo. Luxurious, completely furn, maid 3771792. 4-27-3-5

these partner service, dlshwash wash/dry, micro.
20 Go-getter
Oxford Manor, need I or 2 rmmts, 5/4-
Great view. Call Dave 3754541. 4-27-4- Oxford Manor
21 Enrolled 11 Jewish month
8/15, furn. masterbdr, 2br/2ba, $200/mo *
FINS bd/ba lor summer
/
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: 5 own
23 Outbreak of 12 Oahu flier utll. let's neg. 3732496. 4275.5

measles: Abbr. 13 Famous Scott T A -f A SP 0 R T P U C E M, N/S pref. grad/med/law stud to share Rent JoAnn NegotiableCall 3712096. 4-27-3-5

24 Actress Jeanne 18 Beethoven'so M i IT. 11 I M 0 R .1 E BAN HUGE rm In Victorian 'haunted" mansion, 2bd large house, own bathroom. 4147
25 Young Plaza, "Fur -" R F MO. E A ''T A.W 0 R avail May 1. ng rent Inc util. Laura 377- NW 75th St. $200. Call today! 3732816. N/S/ for own room In 3br SW house w/d/ ,
resident of 22 Word for foul T R F NT. ROC K AGO 1527 days 373-9784 eves Iv mag. 4-27- 4-26-3-5 garage, fenced yd, air/heat, dishwasher
fiction weather 55F 5 mln to UF/Shands, $135 A 1/3 util.! 338-
F.REALTOR
TER I need 2 rmmts. for fall/spring Haw. VIII. 1814. 4-27-3-5
27 Scottish miss 24 on: Arrest
n/s serious student, private bd In nice
RYE. .
C H A RIM. A. 3bdr/2ba $178-mst bdr, own ba. $158-
28 Part of the U.S. 25 Brilliance older home, central ac, 2blks from UF. 1 rmmt wanted to share
LAB. P E N IS. S T RAW own bdr, share ba. Jennifer 395-8559 SPYGLASS
judicial system 26 Frankie or Cleo $165 share bill. 378-5897 or 378-1292. 3bd/3ba Fall 336-9506 leave
4274.5 beginning
0 IlLS. SET 0 N. S EIVIE
31 Pianist 28 Giants 5, 4-27-5-5 mess. 4-27-3-5
Frankie Pirates 4; e.g. PLEA D. R A1110 Graduating In the fall and need a F/NS
321nlllghtfrom 29 Biblical spy IRiS. D .A TAR D S Own Room In 3br house. 5 min. walk 10campu. roommate to share an apartment with. Ventura Apta Sublet for summer ibdr.
.. Summer AB or C. M/F ni
the law 30 Minor official In'P 1 L L u IPS ES A R IT. ferred. 148/mo..1/3 util., Call Now. 373-pre- Gimme a call: ELAINA 3360117. 4.27-4- Central ht/ae no sec/dep May-Aug

34 Resort nearVenice Delhi A L BAT S. N DIN $275/mo. Call A leave message 338-
5190. 4-27-5-5
Need N/S F to share room/ba, $1 i60/mo & 4018. 4273.5
1 A R A .ERI 1/4 util. Oxford Manor. Call 372-6924. 4-
35 "...thick as N 'M S T A IN N I E N F n/s to share 2bd/1 ba apt, furn. $140/mo 27.4-5 Pref/F For Master Bdr In 2bdr/2bth apt at

pudding"A .II:. A R N Tis A + 1/2 util. Needed as soon as possible.Call Regency Oaks. Near campus, 1/2 util,
37 She gets what Lisa 335-4230 Iv msg. 4-27-5-5 Own room Summer A In 2bd/1 ba apt closeto tennis court 4 pool. Call Amy 372-7627,
she wants 4/25/91 campus. Fully furnished, suit graduate 4-27-3-5 '
38 Anise Female' roommate needed for aummer. student. $150 & 1/2 June utilities (the
camphor It 13 $150/month. 2 rooms In 3 bdr 1 bath rest paid). Call 338-1856. 4274.5 Priced to Rent! 2 N/S/ rmmts wanted to
40 Ford model V 2
T III house. Walk to UF. call 375-1477 leave share 4bdr/2ba apt w/ friendly roomies.
41 17th con. Dutch message. 4.25.3-5 Mature n/s/ (for GREAT house, In quiet Walk to UFo w/d. central ac, avail May-
painter Gerard NW. Clean, turn, 3bdr, Clair,wash, morel July, $125/mo A 1/4 util.! 3719353. 4-27-
Borch t POLOS-I need m/f to sublease own room .$175' 1/3/ utll. 2 mi. UF, Call Karen 374- 3.5
42 King of the In 2bdr/2ba turn apt. Rent Is neg. starting 9297. 4.2745ARLINGTON
Huns summer A. Please call Mike ."' 35-5218. M N/S rmmt needed for bdr wcable A

43 One-celled 4-27-5-5 SQUARERoom phone in NW home. $230 covers all, wwadry. /

protozoa Law school house F for eummerC for summer w/ opt for I..... $150 I.t1l2 mo free. 3717703. 4-27-

44 Act the peacock $200/mo.1/2utll.furnished 2bdrm 1 & 1/2 utll. Mark 373-1992. 42525May's M/F N/S rmmt to share 2bd/1.5ba apt In

45 Letter opener 1/2bathmailer bdrm call Joy 372-4480. French Quarter for aummer. Free turn
46 Anon 42535FurnishedUnfurnished- rent treat Regency Oaks Female avail If! needed. $135/mo/ A utll. 371-2316.
furn.
Roommate for summer C. 3bd/2ba
49 Assuaged Call Janet or Martha 395-9083. 4-26-3-5 4-27-3-5
52 Erie, for one
53 Discontinue I need a roommate for summer own roomIn Rockwood Villas M/NS, maaterbdrm ft
55 "Brother can We're 2bdrm 1 1/2 bath townhouse, furnishedw bath, fully furn, nice amenities, avail May
king size waterbed. $175/mo. Call 335- I for serious student, $210 & 1/3 utl. 336-
56 you Subtle spare "New 8f .Improved"! 5759. 4.2635F 8219. 4-27-3-5

emanation Convenient to UF. Shand. Woodland Villa for A, !
N/S wtd to share a new 3bd/2ba condoat Share summer eaj ,
57 Anglo-Saxon Shopping. Dining Mill Pond w/ grad student. $230- tire upstairs is yours (bath & two rooms)
money VerUca'sBasketball' 290/mo. 335.3135 Grace. 4-25.2.5 $240/mo & 1/2 util. 332.3835. 4-27.3.5

58 Fall guy *$165/mo Polos & 1/2 util.! Own I
DUCKOND hist. dlst.
59 Fed. Pets WelcomeI bed/bath, w/d ft all the other extras. M/F
57 .
M/F/ to share apt very roomy, great loci
60 Shipped out 335-
thru fall
lor sum A & B or C, cont'd
I I or 1 Bedroom Townhouses You'll love ill$175/mo.372-4129 lor more
DOWN Fully Renovated for Fall Into. 4-27-4-5 7736. 42735Classifieds. I

1 "Great War"Commander Landmark N/S fern needs rmmt to share quiet, .

e1990 Los Angeles, Times Syndicate 4/25/91/ 1111 SW 16th Ave woodsy, furn, NW home. Avail May-Aug. Continued on next page.ROOMMATES ',y
I i I $100/moA/ 1/2 util 372-9858. 427.45 I III

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6 FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE---

Waterbed must gol Only 9 months like Excel. cond. white bedroom set Desk MUST SELL! Couches $60 for both, coffee GRADUATING must sell kitchen seT,
TYPESETTER. Varityper 5410. 2 Disk new! System Is complete! The whole w/chair, corner table & dresser Only $175 table $20, queen size waterbed! bar kitchen stools, oak desk dresser chairs,
drives, 2 film cassettes 2 dim canmsters works heater, liner etc. No leaks. Call obo. Call 336.0617 ask for Ivette. 4-27 stools $5 ea. Negotiable. Call 3781267. bike, etc. Call Lisa 3721796. 4-27.3.6
Factory reconditioned unused in past 2 336-5866 or leave msg. 4-25.5.8 5.6 4.27.4.6
yrs. Perfect lor small typesetting Jobs. Bedroom furn. $150 obo den furn,
Good machine for small type shop. System KAWASAKI JET SKI BIKE Motobecane, men, 10 speed EX '89 Jawa moped runs great low mileage kitchen chairs and other assort. Items. Me-
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font Good cond., ready to ride $1595. TRAS. In good condition. Selling for $90. $350. Wood.finished double dresser w/ hiss 3360282. 4-27-3-6
disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at For more info call Eileen at 3775396. Please call 377.1318. 4-26-3-6 mirror $50. Must sell. 3364462. 4-27-
373-9928 for more Info. 4255.8 4-6 Really cheap furniture must go now. Beds
Washer & dryer $160 bike Sspeed cruiser tables, shelves and kitchen appliancesand
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more GRADUATING must sell formica bdrm $75, Fender acstc guitar $100, desk $25 Mauve couch, papuan, coffee table, wall utensils. Call now 373.8124 leave
brands are all at our New Location) Car set other bdrm turn, microwave vacuum kitchen table w/2 chairs $30. All obo. 336- units, bookcases, ft morel Call 3778287. message. 4-27-3-6
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- lamps, etc.! CALL NOW 3357723. 4.25- 1339. 4.28.3-8 Deal of the centuryl) 4-27-4-6
2070. 4-30-75-6 5-6 37 gal. salt water tank. Includes wet/dry
Scan Design King Bed. Call 378.2933. For sale: Ross cruiser waterbed furni filter, complete cycle, and all other accessories
Rocklord, Fotgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, K Waterbed complete whetr, firms cushn 4.25-2.8 ture. Call 374-8275 or 3776421. 4.27.4- needed. $300 neg. Call Josh 371-
Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm. The Beat rails, etc. $275/ OBO. COUCH 3pc gry 6 3825. 4-26-2-6
Car Stereo Installers in town. Car Stereo $225/obo. Both prchsed new 10/89. Jen MUST SELL: wall unit/entertainment unit,
to Go. 375.1834. 4-30-75-6 373-0419. 4-25-56 $50, price negotiable. Call 3357733. 4- Marcy Monster wt. bench w/ long bar, Windsurfer: Alpha 2151 exc. condition,
27-4-6 short bar, curl bar and over 3001 Ibs. of good board. Sails, 6.3'8 5.3 Gaastra w/
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Must Selll! Sectional couch bdr turn w/d weight. Exc. cond. $110. Call 336-0296. Inducers. $725 obo. 376-5121 evenings
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will conv. couch wall unit. Call 336-8516 or Magnovox Word Processor mint condition 4-26-3-6 Ron. 4-27-36
demo Call 336-9193 student message. 336-8315. 4-25-5 new $599. Includes 3 disks and ribbons -
asking $250. 375-2630. 4-27-4-6 PAPASAN Chairs, choice of cushions, delivered Bdr set w/ full size, soft-side wtrbd. Mod.
Car Alarms, Autopige, Chapman. Home. MUST SELLI! Bdr turn: bed dresser chestof to your door. 3381526. 4-27-3-8 ern kltch. set w6 chairs. Custom design
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Saneul Sherwood drawers nighttable; plus 2 bookcases. Moped 1987 Tomas Bullet II sofa endtable./ Prices neg. 335-6739 Ivmsg.
and more. We Beat All Prices! Price neg. Call 3353588. 4-27-7-6 $325, ask for Kevin Must sell Hidabed love seat $50 obo. Call 4-27-3-6
373-3754. 4.30.69.8MICRO 3354337. 4-26-3-6 372-5896. 4-27-3-6
For sale large dorm size GE refrlg. $120. Must Sell\ Song Disc Jockey Code Alarm
CENTER/ Computers 376.1146Editor's Call 335-2104 eves. In great shape. Bike: 18 speed mountain bike. White bookcase, wood wall unitbookcase Alpine Eq. Song tape player. Call 336-
choice CompuAdd Northgate & matching coffee and end table 7010. 4-27-3-6
H P. Price same or lower than mail Electronic typewriter
after 335-
wood Call Stef
FOR SALEMalchlng (dark ) fpm
order. Systems below Include 1 mb, 40mb Remote control equipmentCall
SS waterbed $100/ Heater .
3721. 4.25.1.8 pad.dresserdesk
wall unit couch coffee 4.25-2-8
set, 377-7928 leave message. .
((28ms), graphics monitor
$75 set. Bookcase, $10.
table stereo, bedroom set. Call 335-9658
MC 286/12./ $1195, Packard Bell- $1295. Firm DOUBLE BED for sale. Best offer. Call Julie 336-0186. 4-27-3-6
Iv 4.255.6GRADUATING stools salt
bar 55gal
386/20 message. Nagel sunglasses
MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 4-27-
Call leave at 3710655.
lank eel, onkyo equalizer neon phone, or message
PB w/ hd &
$2399. 288 laptop battery
3-6 Good condition: girls dresser and nightt!
and
: selling dresser desk talk chair/ottoman universal remote con
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics
chair-matching set. $100 must sell. Call trol, golf clubs. Call Greg 377-6670. 4- able $60, desk $30. Call 372-1415. 4-28-
monitor- $970.1 & 3 warranties. .
year 335-4531 Ask for Donna. 4-27-6-6 26-3-6 Leaving In 10 days sofa side table 2 2-6
Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1 1180 printer chairs, all $80. Single bed wood dresser
$185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 3743 W. 3380768. 4-27-3-6 DORM CARPET and for aalell
vacuum
MUST SELL 48 Inch Mils TV Bedroom MUST SELL: Gitane racing bike, mint
University Ave. 4-30-65-6 L-shaped couch and many more Items. $325; Peavey Amp head w// foot, good Grey carpet $35. Regina electric' broom
3736820. 4-27-6-6 cond., $125; Call Steve, days 372.5315. Queen Size Waterbed, seml-wavelest, $15. Or Best Offer! Call 395.7455, leave
FUTON & FRAME SALEI! eve 373-2128. 4-27-4-6 padded rails, bookcase, $150. 335-9692. msg. 4-26-2-6
From only $200. per set. Maple Jenny-LInd crib & changing table 4-27-3
Call Matt 377-5650. 4-30-26-6 $100; Houdini play pen, barely used $30. ***Graduatlng. Must Go. On bed w/
Call 377-8322. 4-25-4-6 MUST SELLI! 1 black leather sofa $90 FOR SALE: hdbd $75 2 dsk $40 each dresser w//
Bedroom living room ft dining room furniture obo. 1 grey/white sofa $75 obo. Call King semiwave waterbed w/ heater mirror $55 3 pc. couch $85. Call 338-
4 sale. All In excellent condition I Call: MUST SELLIII 2 matching Ivg. room Becky or Tom 376-3639.. 4-27.4.8 pink couch desks door store 1384.*** 4-27-3-6
372-8820 leave message. 426106VITAMINS chairs, dining room set. Call Rich 375- bed and dresser Call 335.5968. 4-27-3-6
1200. 4.25.2-8
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VILLE GYM. 325 amino acid tablets Leaving schooll Must sell Italian touring .
$17.00201 NW 6th St. 3768400. 4.27.5- bicycle with lots of options. Low mileageand WAlr: ,EUrY'S O O B.DoykiaStemetkyIf
looks like new. 4more Info call 336-
Modern dining table ft chairs, leather desk 0371. 4-25-3-6
chair, ett. wood bar canvas hammock w// 1 rSINCC WHEN 193 L AWYIOtJ O/CAY/
stand, speakers. Call Michelle 3751208. MUST SELL: couch desk w/ chair, wet- : POGO SAYS )WP DUNNO-- 601 SUCH A NICE NOWIf rf S eJF-S'
4-27-8-6 dry vac mini-vac. Please call 3711989. IT AINT SAFE/SINCC WMBN f, IOpK.t t bFACE fLAI--I'D DC A 'PHIS ONCE...
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Graduating: mutt sell bdr suit: bed, Student Wants Student Condo 13br. II 1979 Olds Cutlass, engine block cracked.
headboard, dresser, nighttable, desk w// you are leaving, want to ..11. call now. First $150 takes It. For Info, call 377- BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 12 SERVICES
chair, best t offer. Call 378-6440. 4-27-3-6 Minimal rustle, ready to buy today. 335- 3187. 4-27-5-9
1982. 4277.7 YOU WRITE, WE TYPE
Handcrafted, wooden blrdfe.der.. Different 1979 OLDS CUTLASS mechanics special 1233 NW 10th Ave. Business Legal Personal Reports
sizes available. $5 to $15 each. Free 3bdr/2ba In quiet, SW neighborhood, fireplace I green good rims and tires / $800 obo 372-1664 Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.
teed with the first two lold. Call J.R. between ft pool separate apt 2600 sq. ft, Call 335-7888 ask for Nat* 4-27-5-9 MC/VISA/lnsursnce/ GVIIIe Handicapped Typing
7pm and 10pm 37S-1935. 4-27-3-6 many extras, $115,000. 336-8159. 4-27- Free Pregnancy Test 3787179.
6-7 '85 Mazda GLC, excellent cond a/c ste Member 43075.12
Graduating. 4-sale bdr, Ivg, dng furn. reo/case, tinted windows, $2600. Call National Abortion Federation
Schwinn mtn bike $100. Honda passport 8 MOTORCYCLES 3364330. 4-27-4-9 4-30-75-11 Typing reports business'* 'legal *
$85. Call 335-0997. 4-27-3-6 resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications

YAMAHA FAZER 1986 1986 Pontiac, Grand AM, auto, a/c, power SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? A letters A notary .etc. Available
MUST SELL) Matching couch and love $2500 FIRM. CALL TOM 3959447. 4-28- windows, 4-door, blue ft grey excel). Get confidential testing and treatment at 24 hours/7 days3722777. 4-30-75-12
seat (black, six months old), white desk 5.8 cond., low mileage, must sell, $5000 obo. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. .4-
and chair, white ceiling fan. Call 335-4525 335-1637 4-27-4-9 30-75-11 Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports,
4-27-3-6 Theses, whatever Grad School P.T. List.
leave message. 1983 Yamaha Rive 80, runs great, greatshape Cadillac Sedan Deville, 1983. Only 45k AAA STORAGE WCS 917 NW 13th. 3739822. 4307512 -
only 4600 miles, red, $400 OBO,
Living Room Ensemble $350: Spa pit MUST SELL. 335-5273 leave message. mi., super clean, great condition like Close to UF, Convenient
couch matching lamps, ndtables, 4-25-5-8 new, all options, leather Interior, $5500. 4x4x4 lS/mo
throw pillows, coffee table, dining table 373-8767. 4-26-3-9 4x8x8 $25/mo MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full
Call 336-4629. 4-27-3-6 81 Yamaha 650 Maxim excellent condi- 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 & self service computing. Typing starts @

tion. 19.000 miles extras 1000. 371- 1974 Alfa Romeo spider convertsble. 43075.11 1.50/pg A Resumes $6 A Self service
House for sale, good for students. Walking 83713750172. 4-25-5-8 GREAT condition! MUST SELL! $2,700. resumes A $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser
distance from UFo 378-4028 Iv msg. 4.27- 3959529. 4-27-4-9 ** GATOR MOVING ** typeset graphics A spell check A theses
A A characters
papers special A employment -
1986 HONDA MAGNA 700 Excellent Futl/Serv
83 FIREBIRD auto air, am/fm cass, new Mov/Storage/Packlng 1 > databases A mailmerge A training
cond. Black with windshield and luggagerack. :
7 REAL ESTATEMust Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis.
WordPerfect specialist.I VIsa/MC. 4-30-
$2300. Call Dan 336-0493. 427.5 engine, parts good tires A all malnt.! re- Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 3744791. 4.30.75.11
cords. 336-5966 after 4pm. 4-27-4-9 65-12
Sell! Excel 'cond, condo 2br/2ba, 8
Pebble Creek area 2730 39 Dr., Call 813- 1988' Firebird Formula 350 V-8 automatic SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable
"Black Beauty 1988 Honda 'Magna'VF75000 boarding woodser facilities *
813-662-3525. 43024.7 service. Reasonable rates. Laser
666-5686 or loaded, 8200 miles, perfect condi-
only 600 miles. Asking $3995; hay rides parties sales working 377.8175 4-30-29-12
tion, $11,500.t Call 3782119. 4-27-3-9 printer. 9:00pm.:
Assumable 8 1/2% Low down only will consider dirt bike on trade, call 372- students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.

$310/mo P I. Adorable SpaciousBdr 4160. 4-27-5-8 1976 FORD MUSTANG, good tires, ac, 4-30-75-11 Typing/Wordproceising WordPerfect
w/ loft, ceiling fan, skylight, vertical stereo runs well $200 080. CALL TOM 5.1, quality work fast results, low rates,
blinds Indry rm, storage ft, 2 decksBeau-; 85 Honda Magna. 14000ml 700cc NewPainttiresbrakes. 335.45171..v. message. 4-25-1-9 *SUNBELT MOVING* dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
landscaping w/lot of Dogwood Azaleas runs greet '1469. 4-30-54-12
call 371-6704 ask for Jerry. 4-26-4-8 Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies.
374-4923 376-4702 eves/wknds. 1981 Toyota Corolla hatchback, air, ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist. Lie/Ins.
4-27-7-7 am/fm cassette, auto, $1500 obo. Melissa 24-HR TYPING/WPS LASER PRINTER
MOPED-PUCH. runs great but Is ugly. 338.0282. 4-27-3-9 Priced for Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4- ENGLISH GRADeditproofspell/ no
Great deal $100. Call 378- 30-75-11,
only anytime .
HILLTOP MANSION on 4 acres. 4BR 31/2 Cholesterol Ripp 376-3649. 4252112Put
3739. 4-25-2-8
BA Swiss Chalet style home. Prime loca VW JETTA GLI 85' 8-apeed, good a dependable

tion. $280,000.Cindy 1985 Honda Interceptor 500 excellent sporty, transportation air, *FREE* It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable
Bailey Realtor 3726881. 4-26-10- takes cruise, stereo c.... $4000. Call Mark at Pregnancy Test service. Masters In English will check
First
condition $1500
; must see. ,
373-9883. 4-27-3-9 spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 4.30-
150 acres-long road frontage close to I75Willlston I- plus extraa. Call Jay at 373-4639. 4-27- Gainesville Women's'HEALTH 23.12

/ Rd, $5600 per acre. Very 3-8 1988 Sporty Pontiac Sunblrd S-speed, 720 NW 23rd CENTER Avenue
wooded. loaded, must sell $8500. 3956608. 4- BJ's 24 hour wordprocesslng. Reports
JAWA MOPED RUNS GREATI! dependable 377-5055
Cindy Bailey Realtor 3726881. resumes, cover letters and more. Call
ft economic $250 firm. Call 375-2897 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 336-8535. Call returned ASAP. 4302112 -
2bd/2ba/ turn, bus to UF/SFCC. By owner leave message. 4273.8 10 WANTEDLocal BIRTH CONTROL

-. Treehouse Village. $42500 Call Gynecology Services
Stacy 3732088. 4-28-5-7 MOPED (for salell Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 4-30-71-11, A QUALITY typing & Laserprlnt. Thesis,
3 to choose from I Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine resume, papers. UF grad owner. Scribe
* 4 blcks frm cmps off Unv. Ave Modern Call Jim at 378-0293 Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 MOVING? Services 821 NW 13 St. 3776170.
2stry 2b 11/2 ba townhouse,covered pkg before' 5/2. 4-26-2-8 Resourceful' student w/full size truck will AAAA 43030.12
furn. Inc w/d 2 deck skylights, 1-800- Wanted: Care-Trucks For Salvage, run- beat any price In town. 3369461. 4-25-
33,.,22g, 378.8185. 4275.7 Two 89 mopeds; Tomas > only 900 ml, ning/not running,wrecked etc. 3711576. 19-11 Typing and Wordprocesslng Legal;,
perfect condition. $450 each, obo. Call We Buy and Move. 4275.10 term papers, etc. Professional quality and

A spacious house, swimming pool, 3 or 4 Cicero or Jose 3753187. 4-26-2-8 McCoy Mini Storage reliable service. Call Nancy 3722750.
br 2 bth, 2000 sqft NW, 1 mile to UF. WANTED Nissan pickup 1985 or thereabouts 2160 N.E. 1st Blvd. 4-27-3-12
2816 W Univ Ave. Price $82,000. Info, 9" AUTOSHONDA for half hr photographing. Will pay. 5XIOlOX1010X20Call
appl tone 378-6163. 4274.7 Call 3758710. mention case 90036. 4- Us 376-3286 TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser-

ACCORD LX 85, 5..pe.d, hatchback 4-27-20-11 vice. $1.25 double space. Call 3738387.
WANTED Model around 8'1" and around
l/2ba twnhs In cond. Shell
2br,1 axe 4-26-10-12
,' air, cruise, stereo cass. Exc.lI.ntcondilion. 200 to 250 Ills for half hr .
photographing.Will MOVING? Running out of time? Let Gator
Rock Villas, orlg owner. Extr..lncI.1Irepl, $5500. Call 395-8942. 4-30-9-
ceiling fans, w/d. If qualify assume 10% pay. Call 375-8710, mention case Moving pick-up, store & deliver your belongings TYPING 371-6435 WordPerfect spell
FHA loan w/ low down. 41900. 332-8324 90036. 4255.10 to you In the 'fall. 374-4791,374- checked $1.50 a page & up $5.00 mini-

Iv 42737PREPARE 4488. 4-30-21-11 mum.term reports, letters, etc. 4-
m.g. AUTO INSURANCE SAVE $$at Orange ft. Need cash? I want to'buy prof. keyboardor 30-10-12 papers

Blue Insurance, drive thru In Butler Plaza. synthesizer, call 904-262-7885 collect, ONE
STOP DENTISTRY
We care. Call us 1st at 3772277. 4.30- after 6pm. 4-27-6-10 hew *..QUICKSILVER*...
Accepting pta, emerg.
9-9 Quick reliable, guaranteed! hr/7 days
FOR Adult cleaning $30 child $20
: PURPLE SPACE -ALIENS will attack
Gainesville I don't get 3 tlx for grad. Will ((4)) Wisd. tee. $325, ((3)) Wlsd. tee. $250' Starting at $1.50 per page. Call Jared at

Suzuki Samurai 87 In perfect condition pay $. Lv message 376-8658 4-25-2-10 ((2)) Wisd. tee. $200 378.6515. 4.27.3.12TYPINGNOTARV
must seal $5200 obo. Phone 375-0394. Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V, AE .
JUNE 4-25-5-9 Valid only with coupon up to ((4)) people. NEAR UF, Guaranteed -
WANTED Ford pickup F100, 1980 or
school!
Fast ckd
Spelling grad
H.T. Gonsoulln, DDS 372-9521
thereabouts for half hr photographing will
Beau 371-7923 .-
exp., WordPerfect eve
1973 White 240Z Datsun, looks good, pay. Call 375-8710 Daicl, mention case 4301911Van 4-30-9-12
maintenance selling at Is no. 87130. 4-27-3-10
,
needs some Trailer oft high by 40 ft long by 8 ft
$1000 OBO. 335-7290 leave mess, Jenni HELP) (need GRAD TICKETS! Will Pay. wide for summer storage purposes. For Great typing) English maj/ret. court rptr .

LSATGMAT 'fer. 42759HEARING Please call 3711989. 4-27-3-10, Info 332-8878 Mr. Kaplan. msg & phone 19 yrs exper. legal/medical S Excel.
,. 4.27.15.11 spellg/proffg From $1.25. Call Jill .
NEED GRADUATION TICKETS. Will pay 3779908. 4-30-16-12

CRAFTERSAMERICA $$$. Call Jeff 335-0563. 4-27-3-10 Need Help Moving??
TYPING: 'legal/medical/thesls/term papers
Students moving Students Fait, Reliable,
etc. Professional, expedient. $1 SO
OF 11 SERVICESNW Cheap we'll do it all. Erick 3357617. 4- per page. Call 375-3324 Meisage. 4-26--
30-12-11
5-12
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from GUITAR LESSONS learn theory, readingand
CLASSES START HEARINGAID $20. 10""%'" disc to students. 3328917. 4- tracking applied to your goals, style 13 HELP WANTED
from an experienced pro. 375-1974. 4-
25-5-11 AVON 375-8967
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
Benefits 'Insurance. 4-30-75-13
The HISPANIC

GMAT. . May 8LSAT. VIDEO VIDEO RESUMES EDITING Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew
STUDENT Walton Electronics psoriasis medication. 331-5379. 4-

. May 10 4.27.5-11 3705658 30-47-13
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$195 ASSOCIATIONwill
EARN $35
Need Photographer? Weddings, Parties-
MAR. / 5F Experienced & cheaper. Call 375-6836 This week for new donors for 2 plasma
hold its last ask any questions It'. your party. 427511 donations on our new automated ma
chines. Special bonus programs each

DAY SERVICE e 26 month. Free refreshments' tree parking.
SAME meeting on April
e Pro tutoring In calc, physics, any math, Experienced staff serving you .since 1969.

CALL OR WRITEt room 349 of. Spanish, Italian. Call for appt, John 373- Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238
2816. 4-26-3-11 SW 4th Ave. 578-9431 Mon-Frl 6-7 EM
FOR MORE INFORMATION Reitz Union '.2. 430.7313 '
GET NOTICEDI! Student resume service

tmttoreu.run.ww..yIos 1-800-327-0002 only $15. Have your resume printed In a REAL ESTATE SALES. New associates
Guest professional format. Custom Flyers and welcome. Formal and one-on-one train/\
awew an,sacs re3e Speaker: Notices. 3350376. 4-27-4-11 Ing. BillCindy "

CALL DAYS ivLhaa a WEEKENDS 1-904-755-7161 PRESIDENT JOHNLOMBARDI Bailey Realtor 3726881. 4-26-10--
Student MoversWe 13
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409 S.W. 2nd Ave. LAKE em FL 32055 we're the cheapest In town. 335.1458. 4- Classifieds. .. M,,

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Waitresses and cooks wanted day Opportunity lor student who loves SilVA METHOD $25 Reward to find Krishelle, need to con- Finders Keepers?

and night shifts. 3423 SW Archer 375- kids Professional couple seeks studentfor MIND CONTROL tact her she has my wallet' and jacket, If you find something you can place a

2337 apply any time 4-26-7-13 babysitting and light housework. Part- Learn How To Use More Of please call Shannon w// info 3367272.. FREE ad in this section. Be kind to someone -

time Warm. friendly environ. Near UF Your Mind. May Seminar. Call 4-25-3-17 who lost what you found. Call 373.
Wanted: Student Assistant Career Resource $4/hr. Need own car Apply at Florida For More Inlo. 9043746684. 4-25-5-15 FIND.
Ctr, '15 hrs/week CWSP ft OPS. Bookstore. 1614 W Univ. Ave. 4.27.3.13
General office work data processing receptionist 18 RIDES Found gray striped m cat w/ white chest

library assistant. Contact HELP WANTED: for Sat. 28, Sun. 29. a BRING THIS ADIn and paws on Willison Rd on 4/18./ 338-

Freddie Jones 392.1601, 4258.13 Mon. 30 10 hr/day $4.50/hr CASH for to receive a 20% discount on the purchase $45 r/t/ Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w/ 5 yrs of 4008 or 3758839. 4253.20

heavy moving on campus Call 371-6321. of any ladles bikini featuring wkly Frl's/Sun bus trips. Pets ok pkg

CIRCA VAX ft IBM PC Computer opera 4273.13 Gotcha, Raisin' Ca. Prollne a more. Expires trantported. GMC trans 336-7026 ((305)) Found Id cards In Wlnn Dixie parking lot on

tors. Part time minimum 2 terms. VAX or 4.30.90. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 2663788. 4-30-75-16 18th Ave 4/18./ 3775498. 4253.20

DOS exp req. 392.2428 9am-4pm. Comeby Lifeguards & swim instructors for YMCA.No NW 13 St. 4-28-3-15

CSE 520. 4-25-5-13 experience necessary position avail Airline ticket Gainesville to Los Angeles LOST: Female cat, declawed, .iam....

immediately. 376-7172 for more Info. 20% OFFany May 2nd one way only $100. Call 371- like coloring large scab on neck, lost' near
Student nurse or RN needed this summerto 4.27.3.13 7125 evenings. 4.27.3.18 NW 14th Tern and NW 5th. 371-6048
of Gotcha Quiksilver
work at a Christian camp for girls June purchase or Ivmsg. 4-25-3-20
merchandise. Includes shorts t-
,
22 thru Aug 11, canoe trips, hor..back.and BUSINESS tops
shirts a accessories. Must bring In ad.
many other outdoor sports. Call 935- 19 PETSChows
0863 evenings 4.27.7.13 14 Expires 43090. Lloyd Clarke Sports FOUND: Set of 6 keys In Library West, call
PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 1504 NW 13th St. 4.26315GUNSGUNSIGUNSI 372-0498 to ID. 4-26-3-20
AKC black, one ea male and female
College Work Study Job
Summer C. Telephone' Survey terminals & pc's, buy sell, 12 wks, great personalities, champion FOUND: Ring at Blockbuster Video. Call to
Evenings $5.00/hr./ 392.0171 trade, rent & repair. Great prices. QUALITY 1800 Gun InventoryOver background $250 ea. 454-7682 after ID 3737650. 4-26-3-20

8am-4.30pm Raymond Martha Vasu. CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 430. 500 handguns In stock 6pm. 4-26-6-19

-_. -7.13 75-14' Buy Sell, Trade, or Repair FOUND: set of 3 keys on GPA bench w/

Reloading Supplies 468.3340 Cocker spaniel puppies for sale AKC, all little red metal tag on keychain, call to ID
Computer Software/Hardware/ Technician Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest, a fin.eat Harry Beckwith Gun Dealer shots buff color both male and female 376-4162. 4-26-3-20
In car audio 8 ml. South of G'ville on 441
cellular a security,
for 4-
responsible general computer operations $250. Call 336-9754 leave message.
on DOS/Xenix machines. Must be Custom Installation a repairs. 336-1128 Also Indoor pistol range 27.8.19 FOUND: Black calculator In Weil Hall. Call

nonsmoker dependable, self-motivated 4275.14 Handicap facilities 335-5663 to ID. 4-26-3-20

to work 9-5 plus overtime. Call Carol at 4.25.1.15
3750772. 4.25.5.13 A national full service brokerage firm is 4 foot BALL PYTHON with hot rock tank Found prescription sunglasses with case

looking for hard-working motivated peopleto Dear Rox: and cover, very tame, never bitten eats Gannet' Auditorium. Call 395.7088 or

Child Care Positions open at Wesley work in their Palm Beach Gardens of It was great to see you at LET'S GET great. $130 Obo. 3366283. 4-26-2-19 3957559. 4-27-3-20

Methodist, Church Part Time Sunday AM. fice. No experience necessary. Call Mr. PHYSICAL. That's cool that they gave ,
For inlo call office M-F 9am-3pm 372- Deicer 18008219494. 4.25.1.14 you 1 YR FREE membership for signing a I

2845. 4.25.5.13 year lease at the FREDERICK'S. 1 bdr's Player's Sports Club
start at $300. Call 3727255. Richard. 4- 1
15 PERSONALSLADIES presents
Part time position for summer In computer 27-3.15
12 FOR 291 PAGE CATALOG
dept. Florida Bookstore sales aptitudeand 3 for IsTonite OR PHONE TOLL FREE FOR INFORMATION
MAKE MONEYWe
knowledge of computers required 1-800-777-7M1
Apply at 1614 W. University Avenue. 4- buy a sell good used clothing.Call UBS 1-800-331-9783
25-5-13 Second Act. 373.8527. 4.30.7515Vuarn.tCarreraRay.BanGator.
t 1605 s.w 13th SI

Office Help Proofreading Flexible hours / Great NEED CASH ?

Apply 5700 SW 34th St.. 1303, Block prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
and Associates. 427613Babysitter Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 BUY BACK OPEN

block from Ala Gen. 43075.15 UNIVERSITY BOOK AND SUPPLY

needed In Tues 1227 W Univ. 377.1788.
my home
Foods and Vitamins OAKS MALL 10 DAIlY TWUJTE -
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experts, hopes that someday he ceed academically.
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Lawrence Taylor, the man whom together." iJ
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reasons he decided to become a Travis called Spurrier "a good,
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lit H February.: ,Before making his decision to
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ability ( runs a help
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I SPORTSUF l






I basketball team finally.. garners-; 1st recruitBy


DAN STIFFLER Tuesday, Rowe became Kruger's first re- a great deal of versatility to our program," coach Joe Arnold inked his third recruit of
cruit to sign a letter of intent to attend UF Kruger said."For a guy his size, he handlesthe the spring Tuesday when Kevin Polcovichof
Alligator Staff Writer next fall. ball well and shoots the ball well from Gulf Coast Community College in Panama

Louis Rowe is the needle in the haystackthat "I think Coach Kruger is going to turn the perimeter." City signed a letter of intent.

UF basketball coach Lon Kruger was this program around right away,"Rowe said. Lakewood High won the Pinellas County Polcovich is an infielder originally from

looking for but didn't find until about a week "He's real honest and sincere, and I think Conference championship last year, and Auburn,N.Y.,who batted.310 with 23 stolen

ago.As he's going to make a positive impact." Rowe was named a first-team all-conference bases last season while helping GCCC to a
he went into last week's Team Florida Rowe could do the same. The 6-foot-7, selection last season after being a second- 37-7 record.
tryouts, Rowe was not on the list of possible 190-pound() guard/forward averaged 15.9 team all-conference selection his junior sea

recruits for the UF basketball program. points, seven assists and six rebounds a "We are looking forward to Kevin step-
Likewise, UF was not on Rowe's list. game while leading St. Petersburg Lake- son."With his skill,he can help out right awayif ping in and giving us a solid defensive effort

But with Kruger watching from the side- wood to a 27-5 record last season. He con he puts on some strength,"said Lakewood along with good offensive punch with a little
tlmes, Rowe displayed his skill in shutting sidered Florida A&M, Central Florida and coach Dan Wright. "He's a young kid and better speed," Arnold said. "He is a solid

down Florida's Mr, Basketball, Cliff Rozier, Brown University. has a real good future." Division I player who was heavily recruitedin

who is headed for North Carolina. "Louis is a quality young man who brings Baseball team signs 1. UF baseball the Southeast"Netters


seek




win to stayin




p NCAA huntThe


UF men's tennis team, which likely
needs an impressive victory to qualify for the

NCAA Tournament, will have an opportunityto

get one today, facing 11th-ranked Louisiana
State in Knoxville, Tenn.

The match, originally scheduled for March

16 in Baton Rouge, La., was rained out and
moved to Knoxville, the site of the Southeastern -
Conference Tournament this weekend.

LSU's loss of the home court advantage could

give UF the edge it needs to upset the Tigers.




AROUND SPORTSThe



F Gators, 17-7 overall and 4-4 in the SEC,
have struggled on the road for most of the

season. In three losses to Auburn, Alabamaand
:)
Georgia,they won only six of 27 individual
E. ANN STODDARD ALLIGATOR matches. At neutral sites 2-0 includ-
UF golfer Pat Bates looks forward to getting out of school and onto the pro circuit.Bates they are ,
I ing an upset of Ohio State in Houston.

Freshman Bruce Haddad has continued to
driven bv lure of PGA TourBy emerge as a top No. 1 singles player. He has

., not lost a match this month and owns consecutive

Gary and Drew, got him to start caddyingat of what he wants to accomplish for the victories against 69th-ranked John
and No. but the men'srankings
71 Flach
the Essex County Golf Club in Manchester Gators. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound junior Yancey Doug ,
Alligator Staff Writer have been slow to reflect his success.
Mass. says UF has a great chance of winningthe
He is listed No. 96 in the latest
Pat Bates is on a mission to live the When they were done caddying after national championship this season, poll.
David Blair who has lost 11 of his last 14
good Fife. 5 p.m., they were allowed to play golf for and Alexander says Bates could be a ,
Sure,he goes to class at UF every day. free until dark. first-team All-American. matches and has not won since April 1,showed
some improvement Sunday against Tennessee. -
He even vows to graduate within two "We used to play until the mosquitoes UPs chance of winning the NCAA
I He lost a close three-set affair in what
years with a degree in speech and com- began biting us," Bates said. "But as Championship in early June is especially Coach Ian Duvenhage termed his"best matchin
munication.But much as I played back then, it didn't even good because the tournament will be a long time."
Bates doesn't figure that's going to come close to my sophomore year at Boca played at one of' UPs home courses,
mean a whole lot when he's in a three-way (Raton) High. I played 80 school days ina Innisbrook Island in Tarpon Springs. Baseball team to face UCF
playoff with Greg Norman and Mark row. Playing on the tour is all I thought The UF baseball team (22-24)), coming off a
Calcavecchia at the 1992 Masters Cham- about. "We've played at this course a bunchof 4-1 upset of SEC-leading Georgia on Sunday,

pionship.The At worst, Bates' coach, Buddy Alexan- times," Bates said. "I know I feel com- hopes that energy will carry through to today's
fortable there and I know some of my 7 p.m. game with Central Florida in Orlando.
former high school golfer of the der, figures he's got the potential of any
teammates do. It would be the corner- UCF ((32-15)) is led by junior third baseman
year in the Fort Lauderdale area,and now one on the tour. He drives the ball off the
stone of my college career if we were to Ernest Martinez (.384, 42 RBI), brother of
-- one of the top collegiate golfers in the tee well. He puts the ball on the green as
win it. So far, winning two Gators the
tournamentshas outfielder Eric Martinez. On
nation at UF, figures a whole lot of prac- accurately as any collegiate golfer in the
been the best thing for me, but a mound,the Knights will start either Jon Henry
tice on the course is going to help him nation, and even his putting has been
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fulfill his dream."I coming around. national title would top that. ((1.06 ERA, 4-1)) or Brandon Turner ((3.17,64)).

want to be on the PGA just like every Alexander said all Bates has to do is Bates, who defeated Duke's Jason Local club competes In nationalsThe

other golfer I know,"said Bates,who was keep playing golf,and do a little maturing."For Widener in the second hole of a playoffto UF men's indoor volleyball club placed
named Golf Week's Collegiate Golfer of a 20-year-old() ,Pat isn't immature," win the Golf Digest Invitational, also 19th nationally at the Indoor Collegiate Club
the Month for March after winning the said Alexander, who has coached the won the Doral Park Invitational in Miami Nationals tournament,held over the weekendat

Golf Digest Invitational in Houston."I Gators to a No. 2 national ranking this last season en route to being selected as Knoxville, Tenn.
1 think about it a lot,"Bates said. "I've season behind rival Oklahoma State."But an honorable mention AllAmerican.This The club posted victories over Northeastern

got a year and a half of collegiate golf left for a golfer of his caliber, he is. He needs season Bates has a stroke aver- North Texas and Georgia Tech, among
others but lost and Cal
and then I plan to go for the PGA Tour." some work on controlling. his emotionson age of 72, nearly two fewer strokes than State-Berkeley, which to Michigan went State to win the

Bates said he began dreaming of playing the course." last season's average.The junior also has championship.,Adam Kossak led on the club with
r the Professional Golfers Association Bates says he tries not to let his dreamsof four top-10 finishes in UPs last five 350 assists in 15
circuit at age 10. His two older brothers, playing professional golf get in the way meets. games.
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