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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 160 THURSDAY, JUNE 14,1990



Cat litter plant denies




lead danger, desecrationBy


RONALD DUPONT JR. and that the high lead levels may be coming
Alligator Writer from nearby Interstate 75 or other mining
operations in the area.
LOWELL In this small town of bubbling Regarding the fort, he said he has had
springs, rolling green hills and acres of horse numerous archaeologists walk around his
farms, the macabre specter of poison and property on informal tours, finding no sign ofa
death hangs low as residents and Industry do fort or bodies.And that's why he is not goingto
battle.In spend the time or money doing a formal
an unfolding drama played with real survey, he said.
people about 20 miles south of Gainesville, "The residents make this controversial by
there are stories of ancient human skeletons raising all sorts of ludicrous issues," Kibler
being secretly destroyed, of residents illegally -
snooping on property, of high levels of said.The controversial issues began in 1986
lead killing horses and affecting children, of when residents learned that Mid-Florida Min-
corporate misuse of power and of residents ing would be doing more than just drying clayto
showing little regard for the truth.It make cat litter. The company wanted alsoto
is a drama that took a new turn Tuesday enter the more profitable field of heating
when the Marion County Commission con- contaminated soil to burn away petroleum
fronted hundreds of residents in an effort to deposits.
apply new restrictions to the industry but Residents were alarmed over this and
could reach no conclusion.It flocked to special.hearings.
is a drama that most likely will be solved "It was only going to emit carbon dioxide
only when UF professionals are brought in and water," said resident Dr. Cornelius Link,
for a climactic conclusion in late August- a now president of the 300-member resident
time when the state has decided to intervene group. "We soon learned differently."
with a special court hearing.In About two years later, a young horse died
the meantime, the events in this small about four miles from the plant. It had toxic
town continue to unfold. lead levels in its blood. So did its mother. In
Residents accuse Mid-Florida Mining of fact, three mares in the area that had miscar-
releasing too much lead from its smokestacksin riages were found to have high lead levels. 4TT
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its mining operation a process that "Although abortion from lead in horses has ,p pp
purifies petroleum-contaminated soil and not been documented that I know of, I am
dries clay to make cat litter. Residents have getting suspicious," veterinarian Rod Lund- r '
done their own tests to prove the high lead ock said. "There are farms in the area that k r rV
levels, they say. are reporting increased abortion and lead has ,
They also accuse the plant of knowingly been documented as causing abortion in catI I
mining an area that is believed to contain as tle."
many as 1,200 skeletons from a mid-1800s fort Death among horses is a big deal in Lowell V
that was the site of a Seminole War battle. because that area and the rest of Marion
"There could be over 1,000 bodies out there County is home to a $7 billion thoroughbred
from the Seminole War," said resident Jeff industry.
Winans,who has collected numerous artifacts When news of the deaths reached resi-
from the area. "And now they could be in the dents, they began taking tests on their own.
bottom of Kitty Litter boxes across the United An air sample taken near the plant showed
States." levels more than 4,000 times higher than
Mid-Florida Mining President David Kibler normal. Soil samples also showed high levels. y -
Lowell residents accuse Mid-Florida Mining of contaminating the air with lead and
points out that his plant has never been foundto
break state or federal emission standards, see Plant, page 5 digging around an ancient burial ground.


COAR takes budget cuts to end ties with Infirmary .

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER change means two of the group's receive money only from SG, mak- right away, and Senate President group, which has about 12 members
Alligator Staff Writer four peer educators will be paid, ing COAR a student group that Andrew Meyer told Tanenbaum to formed as a pro-active solu-
while the other two will be volun- must answer only to SG and not ask questions later. Stern finally tion to violent, racial crimes, said
About $6,000 was cut Tuesday teers. Infirmary officials. said the money probably would be Multi-cultural Affairs director
night from the Campus Organized The peer education program is COAR President Tracy Polcyn placed in an SG reserve account Marna Weston.
Against Rape budget, but group made up of two undergraduate and said she expected a compromise if and used later.Browne Afterward, Fraternal Loyal
leaders said the loss was the price two graduate students. The money COAR became a group run by stu- called the $6,000 a Order of the 99 Commandant
they had to pay to become a true, left in COAR's budget will pay the dents. Although the group lost "gold-mine" Wednesday and said Nikitah Imani spoke to senator
student-run group. two graduate students, which about$6,000 from next year's bud- he's not sure what SG will do with about racial ignorance. The
The group's much-debated' Browne said is necessary to entice get, Polcyn said at least the group the money, and he's waiting to talk founder of the national non-Creep
$22,600 budget was cut to about them to'work as peer educators. now could run itself."I to Infirmary director Boyd Kellett black organization then hinted that
$16,000 at the Student Senate the White Student Union, which is
Student Most other student group pro think we're getting what we Kellett is out of town and could
after PresIdent
meeting Body
requesting from SG,
Michael Browne and Student grams are run on a volunteer basis want,"Polcyn said."COAR is going not be reached for comment money maybe
a cover for white supremacist!
Body Treasurer David Stern Initi- and Student Government does not to survive. Wednesday. and the Ku Klux Klan.
ated the change. give the groups money to pay sal- When senators were given timeto Before the budget debates
The money was taken from aries, Browne said. ask Browne and Stern questions began, two members of the newly- "Be aware that what you thin],
COAR's peer education program, Both the Infirmary and SG have about the COAR budget cut, Sen. formed Community Against Hate or see" may not be what you really
Imani said.
which Browne recently threatenedto supported COAR for the past 4 Adam Tanenbaum asked where Crimes asked senators to post see,
remove from the group's budget years. But COAR leaders have said the $6,000 would go. signs in their apartments that ad- Senators applauded Imani after
and Jart over in the Infirmary..The repeatedly they want the. group to Browne and Stern didn't answer vertise a "hate-free zone." The his speech.alii .

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FOR KOEYEGLASS-
Residents ousted for harassmentOhio landmark civil rights and affirmative action court

State University officials closed the third floor cases, according to The Daily Texan.
men's wing of Bradley Hall in May and reassigned 34 Joseph Kruppa, Department of English chairman,
students to other dormitories after an unsuccessful said the changes are being implemented to providean DOLLAR

year-long battle by two homosexual residents to stop understanding of the social implications of different
harassment against them. cultures, customs and beliefs.
According to The Lantern,The Office of Residenceand Kruppa said civil rights and affirmative action cases Simple Value... EYE EXAMS ARCHER RD

Dining Halls ordered the wing closed after were chosen as the singular theme because of a "sideeffect" Our little wooden building' helps keep cost down Just past Butler Plaza
of increased of differences in across 'from RAX
awareness race,
repeated threats against two students. Letters
pre on quality glasses. We don't pay mall rent.
viously sent to residents of the third floor by ORD ethnic background, gender, age and religion. 378.3261Ask
Yousawbgroorey.
officials warned students that serious action wouldbe Q Bone marrow drive gets 500A t1J'l, ,
taken if the two were harassed again. bone marrow drive at Auburn University in May about.. urms 1000" ew

Fifteen of the letters were found taped to the typed 517 people, and if their bone marrow matches SPECTRUM
homosexual students' door with the message "Die that of patients waiting for transplants, they could $20 OFF or

Fags" scrawled across the center. University police save lives, The Auburn Plainsman reported.The FREE Second PairRING -==s OPTICAL"A -=-

were called, and the residents were moved that day. odds in matching a patient needing a

G Readings on racism added to class transplant are one in 20,000.

Beginning this fall, students enrolled in English Blue Cross/Blue Shield donated $30,000 to the
306 at the University of Texas will face curriculum Student Government Association for the drive. Always Two

changes, which include reading and writing about -ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT Dance Floors


I I UPSTAIRS

WHAT'S HAPPENINGSnorkel Wed :

Simon's got
: The Gator Outdoor cuss upcoming races and rides. New to" where a keg and sodas await the REAL PLACE TO DANCE""STATE the power.
Recreational Program is sponsoringa members welcome. Call 3733308.Car hashers. Call Kanga, 37 -3597.
three-day snorkeling/camping trip wash: The Black Graduate Fun In the sun: The Graduate Stu- Thurs:
in the Keys at John Pcnnckamp Student Organization will have a carwash dent Council will have a summer so- Brainstormwith
Coral Reef State Park. Departure is on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 cial sponsored by Student *
June 22. Student cost is $50, general p.m. at Steak n Shake on the corner Government Productions featuringthe OF Troy.
public $60. Registration deadline is of SW 13th Street and SW 16th reggae band Pili Pili,Saturday on
June 19. Call 3921655. Avenue. Call Russell 3777105. the south side of Lake Wauburg. Fri:

Meeting: Project 99 will have a Social event: The Gay and Les There will be softball, canoeing, THE ARTBANGBANG' Simon, i; says,
general meeting tonight at 7:15: at bian Student Union will be having a games for children and other activities "everybody
the Institute of Black Culture. social Friday night at 730.: Meet behind open to everyone at no dance."
Everyone is invited. Call 3778875. the Institute for Black Culture. charge. Call Michelle, 395-8942 or

Video: Gainesville Right to Life Call the switchboard, 332-0700. Malcolm 335-6759. Sat:
will present the video "Where Are Cross-country run: The Gaines Screening: The Infirmary is sponsoring
You Now?" Tuesday night at 7 at the ville Hash House Harriers, a social a free mole screening by a Take a i trip
office at 921 NW 13th St. The publicis cross-country running club, will dermatologist on June 21 from 8 to 500 BUD DRAFTS to' the future
welcome. Call 3787824. meet Saturday afternoon at 5 at the 11 a.m., by appointment only. with Troy.
Meeting: Team Florida Bicycle Norman Hall south parking lot for a Screening is open to all UF students $1OOLONGNECKS
Racing Club will meet Monday nightat 3.mile run. Runners follow trails and employees,but appointments fill DOWNSTAIRSWed"
7:30: at the Orange & Brew to dis- marked in chalk in search of the "on up fast. Call 392-1161, exL 281. ALL WEEK TIL 12

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I Alumni helicoptersmust I Proposal considers downtown jail I IBy


MATTHEW SAUER floor plans and specifications of a from locating the jail near the pres-
Alligator Writer new jail in Birmingham, Ala. that ent facility on Northeast 39th Av-
use airportBy is located in the city's downtownarea enue.
What's nine stories tall, has and suggested a similar
RONALD DUPONT JR. media will]) have to land at the air- 250,000 square feet of floor space building might suit Gainesville's James Thomas,a resident of the
port, Foley said. and costs $18 million? A possible current needs. area for 25 years, said northeast
Alligator Writer county jail located in downtown the Gainesville, like the Southeast, already -
"We felt there were other alterna- Long suggested plaza adjacent
Alumni and members of the tives to assist them with their Gainesville.At to the courthouse and county has more than its share of
media will no longer be allowed to travel," Foley said. "We've got a lot a public hearing Tuesday administration building in down public facilities.
land their helicopters at the practice of interns around here who can go night, county commissionersvoted town Gainesville as a possible site
football field,the University Athletic out there and pick them up." unanimously to delay a de- for the new jail. "Our area is flooded with insti-
Association has announced.This The association's decision ends a cision about where the county's Long said the advantages of the tutions," Thomas said. "We've
news comes after a group of 14-year practice of allowing helicopters expanded jail should be located downtown jail would be accessibility seen things evolve to where any-
residents from a community just to land at the field, just across after hearing a presentation by city to the state attorney's office, time an institution or social ser-
north of the football stadium said the street from the stadium. Residents Commissioner Rodney Long. public defender's office and the vice is needed, they immediatelysend
last month they were afraid the he- first began complaining about Long said he thought the sites courthouse. it to the Northeast."

licopters would make too much the practice when they learned the under consideration by the countyon Long said the cost of the Bir-
noise while flying over the area on association would apply for a per- Northeast 39th Avenue were mingham jail was$18 million withan Commissioners voted to con-
game days. mit from the state's Department of sufficient, but wants the county to annual operating cost of $4.4 tinue the public hearing July 10,
Since that time, Athletic Association -' Transportation.The considerall options before makinga million. The cost for each inmateIs after they have had sufficient timeto
officials have met with the res- residents were successful in decision."I $29,000. consider the downtown option.
idents and other UF officials to getting UF's Campus Planning Assembly feel that locating the prisonin Commissioner Penny Wheat
I discuss the issue. to recommend the permit the Northeast area,without con- said the $4.4 million annual cost is Assistant County Manager Nate
"We felt some of their concerns request be denied. sidering other sites, is discrimina- about what the county spendsnow. Caldwell said he hopes to have a
were valid,"senior associate athletic Foley said the association decided tory," Long said. "The search site selected by October,since the
director Jeremy Foley said. to withdraw its permit appli- process should have been an open Residents of northeast Gaines- county is under a court order to
Instead of landing at the practice cation without any pressure from one throughout the county." ville were present at the hearingand have a new prison facility in operation
field, alumni and members of the UF administrators. Long gave commissioners the discouraged commissioners by August 1994.

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Alligator names editor I Social otters lakeside reggae concert .


Campus Communications Inc., publisher of By PATRICIA LEE chelle Kesler said. uled to perform three 45-minute sets
The Independent Florida Alligator, Sunday se- Alligator Writer GSC and SGP are able to provide the throughout the afternoon. The social is
lected Judy A. Plunkett to be the next editor of entertainment because of money left over scheduled for 3 to 7 p.m.
I the largest independent student newspaper in the With the majority of students away for from the Graduate Student Forum in
I the summer, life at UF and in the city Graduate Assistants United will provide
country. Plunkett: was chosen unanimously over April, former GSC Vice President Bill
seems slower, quieter- sometimes too free beverages on a limited basis, so
I Florida Review News Editor Michael Nechybaand Johnson said. The group had planned to
former Review Editor Thomas. The slow and too quiet. students are encouraged to bring their
Joseph have a live band perform, but had to
Florida Review is But those who have stayed behind own picnics, Kesler said. Lake Wauburgand
\ an independent monthly journalof cancel because of the construction workat
opinion. have the chance to enjoy free music, the Reitz Union. UF policies, however, prohibit alcoholic
drinks and activities at a summer social beverages at the Lake. Pets also are
"We didn't structure the adults so they not allowed.
Saturday at Lake Wauburg South. The
Plunkett, who is a junior majoring in journalism can form their own groups," she said.
event is sponsored by the Graduate Stu-
,began working as a reporter at The Alligator GSC will provide equipment so studentscan
dent Council and Student Government Students bring as guests as
may many
in January of 1988. Since then she has served as play softball, soccer, volleyball and
Productions. they would like, but at least one personin
I news editor and executive news editor for the other The Lake Wauburg facility
Students and their guests will be ableto sports. each car must have a fee card or other
Last she
paper. summer completed a reporting also has canoes available for use at no
internship at The Palm Beach Post. play sports, take a nature walk or go cost to UF students. UF identification. Anyone wishing to usea
canoeing and hear local reggae band Pili canoe must have a swim card. Swim
Pili, organizers said. The park also has a nature trail and cards are available by taking a swimmingtest
Her term as editor begins Summer B and will "We'll also have activities scheduledfor picnic areas, so those who just want to at the Florida Pool.
run through the Fall semester. relax will still have something to do "
,
children,like kick ball,arts and crafts
-ALLIGATOR STAFF REPORT and stupid-human tricks,"GSC Vice Pres- Kesler said. Lake Wauburg is located about 8 miles
t ident and social committee director Mi Pili Pili, who also plays jazz, is sched south of campus on State Road 441.


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I ELSEWHEREChiles Celebrate the Fourth



backs Martinez on obscenity I on July 3rd!

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Democrat Lawton Chiles compliance with a decision handed down by the U.S.
endorsed a constitutional amendment against flag Supreme Court," he said.
burning and the obscenity charges against 2 Live Crew Chiles was asked about the two controversies in
Wednesday and also picked up support from leading Tallahassee, where he accepted the endorsement: ol @@mm
Panhandle Republican. former Florida Republican Party chairman Tommy
The flag I think is a symbol, and I think we ought Thomas and announced plans to form a Republicans
to try to protect a symbol," Chiles said, referring to for Chiles committee.
the effort to amend the Constitution in the wake of a Thomas says he regrets supporting Martinez and presented by
U.S. Supreme Court ruling that flag desecration is has resigned his posts on the local and state party
protected by the First Amendment executive committees to campaign for former U.S.
Classic 89 and Channel
Chiles also said Broward County Sheriff Nick Navarro Sen. Chiles and running mate Buddy MacKay a 5
was duty bound to file criminal obscenity charges former congressman from Ocala. ?
against three members of the Miami rap group for Thomas said Martinez abandoned his campaign A spectacular evening
performing their raunchy material during a show in a rhetoric about bringing efficiency to state government of American music and
Hollywood nightclub after a federal judge ruled the by embracing the ill-fated services tax in 1987.
lyrics were legally obscene. In a day of intense campaign activity, U.S. Rep. Bill dazzling fireworks for
"That decision is the law of the land until it's Nelson who has more money but is trailing Chiles the whole family.Tuesday .
overturned. I support the law of the land," Chiles said. for the Democratic nomination unveiled his new
"I think Irs the government's place to try to prohibit television campaign to reporters. He also endorsed
pornographic material, pornographic literature, in the flag desecration amendment
July 3rd

. Soviets to ease blockade on republics 6 p.m.

University of
MOSCOW UPI The Soviet of the "Tass said.
( )- government agreed republic's enterprises,
Wednesday to lift partially its economic blockade of Prunskiene added the Lithuanian government! Florida "Bandshellsponsored
Lithuania by supplying more natural gas and other "should very thoroughly discuss the question of
raw materials to the republic Lithuanian Prime Min suspending for the period of possible negotiations by:
ister Kazimiera Prunskiene told the Soviet news agency with the Soviet Union the act on Lithuanian independence
Tass. from March 11."
Prunskiene met with Soviet Prime Minister Nikolai Both sides seem to have softened their stands in r>u.ninjrGENERALHOSPITAL\ _
Ryzhkov on Wednesday to discuss the blockade recent days in an effort to reach a compromise. ( _
imposed to force the republic to back off its declaration Prior to this week's meetings Gorbachev had _
of independence a day after the presidents of the demanded that Lithuania and the other two Baltic AN AFFILIATE 01 S\NTApE HEALTHCARE
three Baltic republics met with President Mikhail republics,Latvia and Estonia,rescind or suspend their
Gorbachev. \ declarations of independence before any talks on
Soviet and Baltic officials indicated after Tuesday's secession could be held. On Tuesday he proposed the
meeting the blockade could be lifted if Lithuania idea of a temporary freeze of the declarations.
agreed to freeze temporarily its March 11 declaration The presidents of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia said
of independence during negotiations on secession. they were encouraged by their meeting with Gor FOLLOW YOUR uoe ro $ONNV$ FOR....
Prunskiene said agreement was reached in her bachev Tuesday and were taking home compromise
meeting with Ryzhkov on a "partial increase in gas proposals that might end the deadlock on Baltic
deliveries and on the supply of raw materials to several independence.


. Police violently crack down on protesters I

BUCHAREST Romania (UPI) -About 1,000 police University Square to protest the presence of former
armed with batons stormed University Square at dawn high-ranking communists in the interim government
Wednesday and violently ousted hundreds of antigovernment of the National Salvation Front
protesters, sparking street battles between The crowd had swelled to as high as 15,000 in past
riot police and civilians. weeks, but it was not clear how many were in the
The heart of Bucharest was blocked off as square when it was raided..
authorities tried to contain the escalting violence. Police with blood on their shirts beat and kicked
Police beat and kicked the protesters In the dawn civilians as they forced them into vans. Two children
raid, tearing down tents and shelters and smashing about 10 or 11 years old were also dragged into the
the glass front doors of the Intercontinental Hotel vehicles, which were parked yards from shrines and
where some of the protesters had fled for protection. wooden crosses commemorating those massacred in
Officials reported about 300 people were arrested the square during last December's revolution.An .
in the raid, but it was not immediately known how attempt to hold negotiations between the government
many were injured. and the protesters broke down two days ago SMOKED
Thousands of protesters had been living in tents when ministers' refused a request to have media TURKEY/
and conducting hunger strikes for seven weeks in present.

Lozano's KKK member YOUR TUMMY WILL 2." SANOWI(."
partner
may AGREE WITH YOUR NOSE :

with for Senate WHEN 60NNY'YOU ENJ'O397 LUNCHEON{ SPECIAL.
charged perjury run state HEALTHY
AND DELICIOUS S'O DINNER. PLATE
MIAMI (UPI) The partner of a former Miami BROOKSVILLE, Fla. (UPI) -white supremacistwho SMOKED TURKEY,
police officer who was convicted of manslaughter in wants to hold a rally in this southwest Florida *! 'CED THIN AND SERVED up TWREB WAYf,
a case that triggered rioting in the city's black neigh town to protest the death of a white teenager in a fight EACH: AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD.
borhoods was charged with perjury Wednesday with blacks says he wants to run for the state Senate.
police said.Officer Tony Bastanzio who has organized three Ku Klux
Dawn Campbell 25, was charged with two Man rallies in the last two years in Brooksville said
third-degree felony counts of perjury for testimony Tuesday he wants to use his exposure in the city as a
she gave in support of William Lozano's defense," launching pad to Tallahassee.
Miami Police Sgt David Rivera said. "Why Brooksville?'' Bastanzio as ed. "Well if they -
Rivero said Campbell turned herself in at the Miami allowed me to advertise on TV or in the newspaper,
Police Department Wednesday, and was relieved of or if they give me my own television show like they REAL PIT BAR B Q
duty with pay and placed under arrest.If give the NAACP and allowed the right-wing to have

convicted Campbell would face a maximum the same rights on television the blacks get maybe Serving lunch and dinner 11 a.m. -9:30 p.m.(.Sun! .Thur.)
sentence of 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. we wouldn't have to go to towns like Brooksville"and and 11am.-10 p.m. (Fri. & Sat).
Lozano was convicted of two counts of stage rallies.
manslaughter in December for firing the single fatal Bastanzio lost his civil rights after being convicted 2700 N. Waldo Road 3635 S.W. Archer Road
shot that killed black motorcyclist Clement Anthony for possession of marijuana in 1979. He said he wants 3610 S.W. 13th Street U.S. 441 at '1-73, AlachuaI
Lloyd, 23, and his passenger Allan Blanchard 24. to run for the state Senate when his rights are restored.

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Residents point to the mining operation as the problem
because the lead levels decrease further from the plant.
Horror stories of lead levels reached new proportionswhen
two local doctors decided to test lead levels in resi-
dents. About 27 percent of those tested had lead levels,
though lead usually is not detected in people who live in the
country, said Dr. Leslie Hagan, an Ocala family practitionerwho
performed the tests.
High lead levels in humans do not leave any physical
manifestations but have been shown to dramatically affect
children, making them restless and hurting their learning
abilities.
And lead doesn't simply disappear from the body if a
person moves to a cleaner environment.
"Lead will take years to finally dissipate out of bones,"
Hagan said. "You're talking about a long, long time."
Kibler said that while his plant does emit small amountsof
lead, the residents' tests are inaccurate."It's .
time to stop simplifying the issues," Kibler said. "It's
reported as (00) this is the end of the world. There is no lead.
problem In Marion County.There is lead in soil on every
goddamn place on this planet.
Company environmental consultant John Koogler echoed
similar comments, saying residents certainly are not quali-
fied to collect soil and air samples for tests.
He also pointed out that the plant is not the only producerof
lead in the area. For example, early 1980s tests show that
every mile of the nearby 1-75 produces 100,000 pounds of
lead a year, he said.
But the plant produces 100 pounds a year, he said. M
The Department of Environmental Regulation already has
begun investigating the company. It learned that the plant ROSY PAGEAlUGATORThe
didn't report a fire 2 years ago and has broken other rules Mid-Florida Mining plant, surrounded by thoroughbred horse farms, Is located about 25 miles south of
- infractions that won't be disclosed until next week, said Gainesville near Interstate 75.

Chuck Collins, a DER air administrator. the Florida Division of Historical Resources. Florida statutes would have to identify themselves, and, in the process,open
"Right" now, we have quite a few discrepancies against forbid anyone from disturbing human bodies,even if they're themselves to possible criminal prosecution for trespassing,
them, Collins said. hundreds of years old. said Bob Carr, director of the Archaeological and Historical
DER's findings will be crucial in a late August hearingthat "Our concern was that the mining operation not bother Conservancy, a private group.
will determine if the company can process creosote, an (the burial ground) or that the residents tear it up lookingfor "These people would have to face the music," Carr said.
oily liquid obtained by distilling coal tar and used as a wood It." Miller said. "If they're wiling to document it, they could send a letter to
preservative. Processing creosote will create higher lead, So Miller and an assistant went to the property, informally the state."
emissions than those now being emitted at the plant. Residents looking at the pits and the rest of the land to see if there And if that happened, a whole new sequence of events
will discuss the issue with the company at the special were any signs of skeletons or a fort.They found nothing."Of would have to be followed,said Steven Bowers,the Seminole
administrative hearing.The course, we can't tell what was there and may have Tribe liaison with the Governor's Council on Indian Affairs.
first time the worked with creosote in early
plant been dug up," Miller said. "All activity that may disturb the body must cease," he
1988, part of the plant caught fire when filter bags got too
hot.In late 1988,it burned creosote without DER permissionand Residents say they are upset no formal survey which said.Trying
would include digging to see if the fort exists- has been to work on a solution with the state for both
was fined $5,460.
done.And Kibler said he doesn't plan to do one."We've the lead and fort controversies has not been the only
done with
Since that time, the plant has test runs no
problems, Kibler said. let people from the state to archaeological societies recourse available to the resident group, which calls itself
end lead check it out," Kibler said. "We have not.uncovered any We The People for a Safe Environment.
But the controversy over the plant doesn't with
evidence." They've hired Miami attorney John Devine and are willingto
levels and arguments over the lead source. It has taken a
But without formal there Is to tell, him much $20,000 to fight for them to
new turn that focuses on a 154-year-old fort and as many as a survey, no sure way pay as as preventthe
1,200 bodies buried there. amateur archaeologist and resident Jeff Winans said. Skel- plant from getting a new permit to process creosote.
Long-time residents, as well as state archaeologists, be- etons could have been mined. Residents have said they will rely on UF environmentaland
lieve that an 1836 American fort may be located on the That is preposterous," Kibler said. archaeology professors to provide them with the professional
property under several feet of dirt. The fort, located atop Not so, said one resident_who illegally sneaked onto the studies they need.
one of the highest points in the county, was used as a baseto property one morning three weeks ago. Relying on Informa- Kibler said he is getting fed up with the controversy,from
attack Seminole Indians. tion Indians gave him on ancient burial traditions, the the concern about lead to the fears over the fort.He is getting
But malaria broke out at the fort,killing soldiers,civilians resident went to a high point on the property and began calls from as far away as London from people wanting to !\
and Indians.Some of the soldiers were taken to St.Augustinefor digging in an east west direction under. a tree. know why he is doing "these terrible things.
burial, but most others are believed to be buried near He found a skeleton, he said. It's a drama that just won't end, he said And even if he's
the fort. But both the state and a representative from the Seminole vindicated this issue will continue to haunt,him and his
That's the same spot where residents believe Mid-Florida Tribe headquarters in Hollywood said information from an company, he said.
Mining to be digging. anonymous source is not. enough to go on the property and "We're like a gym teacher accused of child molestation; )
News of possible desecration of burial sites forced the begin digging. Kibler said. "No matter how innocent he is shown to be, the I
state to get Involved, said Jim Miller, an archaeologist with The resident, as well as the two people who went along.. taint is always there."
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6.ALLIGATOR THURSDAY,JUNE 14, IM


OPINIONSWe


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are really scared. Not by criminals and finals but

by the leadership of this country. Before you give up on
this editorial, think about this: Soon, you may no longerbe AC4E CI2 CAMAC ARE Yo. WHAT A w4srow E TNANK GOD

allowed to listen to what you choose, speak about ERE ""HElll Via in ro LOSE
what you choose or wear what you choose. In short, SIR? 01)6''S MINDORNOT HE'S ALLR16HT
many decisions you would make for yourself will be gone. PilES/DENT/ QVAYtEY4S TO K.4"E AMI

Sound drastic? Maybe. Sound unrealistic? Definitelynot. APPEARE.ntr'byJi1ST8EE1.iNrN ND' l95 BEIN4
Keep up with the First Amendment issues of nasty
rock lyrics and flag burning. And consider this week's VERY wAsrEtvcQ

THE HfAD BY A

Darts & dartsA "SMALL SHW F

PAPERS IIBigotry
big 'nasty' DART to U.S. District Judge Jose Gonzalez
who thinks he is a music critic in addition to beinga

federal magistrate. Gonzalez said in a 62-page decision
last week that 2 Live Crew's As Nasty As They Wanna Be

album was obscene and "utterly without any redeeming
social value."

The album obviously has value it is a hot seller and V

people pay money to see the group. We suspect that is
the problem. After all, would there be such a fuss if no tr
one liked this group or played their music?

The issue should not be the popularity of the music.

(Many agree it is vulgar and choose not to listen to it.)
The issue is whether to let the value of the majority be
U940
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law. We say no. And we believe the drafters of the Constitution

said no too. We can't wait to see what State Attorney
Len Register is going to do with this ruling.
I
DART to President Bush who is spearheading a driveto common in community

amend the Constitution and outlaw flag burning. Talk
about a railroad job. The U.S. Supreme Court said the Here are a few things Gainesville should know. In
April 1989,Arthur Davis,a 43-year-old black man,was and Jeremy Smith
who chooses ,burn
government cannot punish to
someone beaten by three self-proclaimed "White Tower" skin- SPEAKING
the flag in protest. But that wasn't good enough. Bush heads. One member of the group who was convicted, OUT
and several vocal congressmen are saying they will Dawn Marie Vadnais, still resides in Gainesville and
protect the flag (and force-feed patriotism) at all costs. is still active in the local skinhead community. skinhead views,then you know the power these racists

Sen. Robert Dole admitted he couldn't sell a constitutional Nazis got together in downtown Gainesville April have.These
21 to wish Hitler a happy 101st birthday. Virtually all are the same men and women who ran the
amendment to a room full of lawyers and judgesbut the Nazis had trademark skinhead braces concentration camps and who joined lynch mobs.
the "real people" of this country would support it. Is (suspenders), combat boots and shaved heads. They never go away. People like this are a permanentpart
he saying the real people of this country don't care about Well-known activist Pete Self was attacked outsideof of humanity, in all nations, among all cultures,
the law and the liberties that built this country? We think the Hardback Cafe on May 20 allegedly\ by Vadnais' regardless of whether they call themselves the Ku
they do. Write congressional representative and tell boyfriend, an admitted "White Power" skinhead Klux Klan the skinheads or Nazis. We just call them
your
ignorant. To pretend that they don't exist, or aren'tdangerous
whose name must be withheld because he is a minor.
them don't want to be told what to do. Leave the Constitution
you is to allow another Holocaust or another
Self was pushed to the ground and had a bottle broken
alone. over his head.Charges apartheid.
DART to Gov. Bob Martinez, who has decided he is a have been made by both Self and the What can you do? First, don't be their buddies.
fashion critic in addition to being a governor. Following skinheads, who claim that Self started the fight. Thisis They might seem entertaining and fun, but anyone
the advice of his cabinet and concerned citizens across unlikely, since there were at least four skinheads who claims to believe in "White Power" is only amus-
present. ing to a point. A hate crime is a hate crime even if
the Martinez
state, announced Tuesday that the popular
When we called 911 for help, we were told, "You it's committed by a nice guy.
G-string style of bathing suits will be banned from all
chose to go into that area at night. How many of you Second, don't be afraid to join or show support for
state-owned parks and beaches. reading this have gone to the Hardback at night? Do organizations such as the Coalition Against Bigotry,
It seems some people have a problem with bathing you feel that gives a skinhead or any other individualthe Student Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism,
suits which expose more than forearms and ankles. We right to kick the crap out of you? Project 99 or Community Against Hate Crimes that
would have thought that by 1990, we would have been On May 24, Self and Jeremy Smith, a resident of actively oppose bigotry.
the student
ghetto, were walking near Northwest
past this'type of issue, but again, Puritan thought fueled Third Place and Northwest 16th Street near a house We'd like to thank White Student Union President
by the Reagan and Bush eras are threatening expressionand where several skins live. Self and Smith heard the Mark Wright for his touching display of concern over
free speech in yet another arena. house alerted to their presence. They sought shelterat white supremacy at the last meeting of CAlICo We
a friend's house and called 911. Four skins told him to put his money where his mouth was by
includ-
The "real people" need to stand up and tell re-election WSU
ing Vadnais and her boyfriend, surrounded the house going over to the skinhead house and chastising
hungry politicians that emotional issues that serve only to and used flashlights hunt Self and Smith down. co-founder Jennifer. Though no longer a WSU member -
harm personal freedoms need to be stopped. Our local When police arrived, the skins were told to leave she is a constant companion to Vadnais and a
representatives to the U.S. government are Connie Mack, the property and only left after repeated warnings.It self-proclaimed skinhead. We'd like to more fully
Bob Graham and Clifford Stearns. Their addresses and is disturbing that one cannot walk through one's identify Jennifer, but she refuses to divulge her real
last name, even to the police.
phone numbers are in the front of your phone book. own neighborhood without a police escort.
You may think these skins don't pose a direct threatto For the record, not all skinheads are racists. Cool
Write them and tell them how feel. The First Amend
you
the white Gainesville resident. skins should take it themselves to discredit
average This is upon .
ment protects the values and beliefs of the unpopular.Let's .
because the silent, white majority supports hate "White Power" racism.
keep it that way.alligator. groups through acquiescence. If you are Jewish, Ales Lieder and Jeremy Smith an UF'students' who
black,gay,or if you are an activist who opposes racist want hate crimes to end.

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Managing Editor Opinions Editor that is in good repair, students can distribution of the furniture and
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meet the needs of their clients. of furniture can be a way to
Letters Policy Editor: As students at the end of Many people in our county do not renew hope in the lives of others.
Letters to !he editor should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should b* Summer A or B pack their belong have basics like beds or dining Darlene Ko trub
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llrs. is evocative of the original 48 Americans left-we live for free- Hrs. and the sarcastic distance of Women are referred to only in

Hrs, There is the same arid, dom." Perhaps director Walter the old Eddie Murphy, racist passing as the unseen objects of
treacherous environment, and an Hill is attempting to inject a tired blurbs fall into dead space insteadof Hammond's long-denied affec
Old-West inspired, cowboysandIndians film with a deeper, if ultimately being propelled back into the tion and surface periodically as

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fact, the entire movie is a seriesof ammond is now oftjiis way ] 1 ]$allowed o o mond and tough, white Cates will
recycled gags-Reggie Ham- of jail and is uninterested in help- up yokel prejudice, is absent in sustain this buddy film-a gamble
mond (Eddie Murphy) once again ing Cates fight crime until he Another 48 Hrs. The film relies on bound to fail with the same gags

sings an a cappella "Roxanne" and learns the motorcycle gang Catesis Murphy's comic-star quality to and pitfalls repackaged.
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That's the explanation John Richter gave for The ballooners can see a remarkable amount of He wanted to splash onto the top of the water
how his hot-air balloon would leave the ground. detail from the air, even from 1,000 feet. and then dash up and out the pit's other side. But
Somehow, that really didn't set his passengers'minds "Someone needs to clean their pool" Richter he had to abandon the idea when he descended
at case. said as he flew over a house. because the wind changed and he couldn't get to
But the balloon's ascension was smoother thanan Richter and his passengers took off from an a pool wide enough to allow him to pick the
elevator's, and soon the ground crew looked open field near Newberry Elementary School and balloon up after he splashed into the water.
like ants. A few minutes later, they were invisible. flew northeast for most of the trip. Not that As a consolation, Richter took the balloon intoa
The balloon ascended at about 300 feet per Richter really had a choice in the matter. Balloon- quarry and flew over the 'water while the pas-
minute, and Richter soon pointed out the only ists can only choose to go up or down, not rightor sengers admired the huge walls of rock surrounding -
thing that marred this beautiful aerial picture of left. the quarry. When Richter flew out of the
the countryside a yellow line of pollution that They can choose which field to lift off from, quarry, one of the passengers, Wes Coons,
circled the sky, just above the horizon. Richter's based on which direction the wind is blowing.And reached out and picked two light green leaves offa
passengers remarked on how ugly and unfortu- that's what Richter did on this March Sunday tree.
nate the pollution line was. morning. He filled a small party balloon with "Not too many times (do) you get to pick the
Richter{ runs a balloon company called Sky helium and let it go. Sherry Waldrop, Richter'screw leaves off the top of the tree," Richter said.
Drifters and he takes customers above groynd chief, shielded her eyes and watched the Coons, a friend of Richter's, sometimes helps
level every Saturday and Sunday. During the balloon fly toward the sky. the pilot set the balloon up and take it down, but
week, he works as an engineer for Southern Bell, "This is the first step," Waldrop said. "It tellsus he doesn't always get to fly and he was thrilledby
leaving little weekday time for ballooning. But he which way the wind is blowing. But it's got to the opportunity."You .
said he prefers to balloon only on the weekends. do something other than go straight up." get such a different perspective of the
"I love ballooning," Richter said. "But I The balloon did change direction, but Richter earth," Coons said.
wouldn't want to have to do it." chose a field opposite the way the wind was Someone on the ground agreed with Coons. A
That may not be something his passengers un- blowing so the air would carry them closer to friend of Richter radioed him in the basket to say
derstand as they look down and see miles and Gainesville. he looked like he was having fun.
miles of open country spread out before them. During the flight, the wind carried the balloonover "It looks beautiful up there this morning," the
One surprising part of the picture is the geometryof limestone pits that had been dug out to get voice on the radio said. "I'm jealous."
the landscape. Everything Is laid out in straight material for roads. Some of the pits were filled Many people were, if the children's coming
lines and each farm and field is neatly boxed in with blue-green water. Richter said he would try outside on this early Sunday morning to wave to
by hedges and fences. to do a "splash 'n' dash." the balloon's passengers was any indication.





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Nb procedure which may not be as easy as it looksor
sounds.

Dairy cows grazed in many of the fields Richter
passed over. He wouldn't land in them becauseit
I scares the cows and keeps them from giving
I milk, he said. Out of respect for the farmers he
looks for empty fields.
I
I But empty fields are not always accessible.
I When Richter first tried to land, his "chase crew,"
the people who follow him through radio contact
and help him pack the balloon when he's done,
couldn't get onto the field because the surround-
ing fence was locked.So .

he tried again, with better luck. The farmer
who owned the land came out to greet the
balloon's passengers and even helped load the
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1 sh C balloon onto the trailer after it was packed. Rich
ter said about 90 percent of the people he meets
this way are as niceas that farmer,although some
i do get upset when he lands on their property.The .

farmer Invited Richter to land his balloonon
his property any time he wanted to and asked
Richter what he does when "the winds get up real

.. tk r-7"' strong."
Because of the expense involved, ballooningisn't ful. We want to buy one." "You' land quick," Richter answered.

a sport that the casual can participate in. The Coune said she and David are talking about Winds are the major determining factor in bal-
closest the average spectator can come to balloon- saving to buy a balloon a major expense. looning. They require that balloonists fly early in
ing is purchasing a ride from Richter or the only Richter said he bought his balloon and basketin the morning or late in the evening when windsare
other commercial balloon company in town, Per- 1984 and it cost $15,500. He recently replacedthe calmest. Richter said he has flown in the rain,
sonal Flights Ballooning Co. balloon with a $12,500 purple, hot pink and but not on purpose.
Although these balloon rides don't come cheap, turquoise one he calls "The Amazin' Crape." The
Accidents aren't too common in ballooning. But
Richter said his company is pretty popular and Crape is 75 feet tall and 60 feet in diameter.A .
when they do occur, power lines are the main
he usually stays booked two weeks in advance. balloon usually lasts about five to six yearsif
cause, Richter said. Mishaps usually occur during
Both companies charge the same price for rides: it is used every weekend, Richter said.The three takeoff when pilots don't fly straight up and a
$115 for a single person, S225 per couple. things that deteriorate a balloon are heat, mois- downwind carries their balloons into power lines.
Sky Drifters gets few students because the costis ture and ultra-violet light. Unfortunately, Richter Once the balloon gains altitude, it becomes almosta
just too high for them, Waldrop said. said, you can't do much about any of those factors. part of the wind and the ride is extremely calm.
Most people buy rides for special occasions, The balloon is the biggest expense and it runs
such and anniversaries. As the balloon lowered to its terminal velocity
Waldrop
as birthdays on liquid propane, which costs Richter less than
believes the ride is because not only descent, the altitude at which air circles the bal-
a perfect gift $17 per flight. This morning he had three tanksof
do a view, but they are which loon and turns it counterclockwise, accidentswere
passengers get panoramic liquid propane in his basket, an amount
treated to champagne, fruit, cheese and crackers can last for about an hour and a half. the last thing on the passengers' minds.

after the flight. The celebration afterward gives He can tell how long he's been flying by how "The thing about ballooning is that the day
flyers a chance to discuss the ride, Waldrop said. much propane he has left And when the propane after, you have such nice dreams," Coons said.
And the champagne that is served is the contin- begins to run low, he looks for a place to land, a "It's relaxing."
uation of a tradition.
When ballooning started in the late 1700s, peas-
ants would meet the balloon with pitchforks afterit
landed. The people had never seen such a
contraption, so they were afraid of it, Waldropsaid.
But to appease the farmers, balloonists soon
began carrying champagne with them, which they
gave to landowners after descending in their
fields.

Today, not only do couples get to drink cham-
pagne afterward, but first-time fliers are initiatedby
having it poured on their heads.The inaugural
passengers kneel on a strip of carpet, place their
hands behind their backs and lean forward to
grasp the cup of champagne with their mouths.
And when they're not looking, Richter showers
them with the bubbly.JeanneMarie .
Coune, a UFgraduate student last
spring,didn't mind the champagne initiation.She mM
bought a ride from Personal Flights for herself
and her boyfriend, David, because it was his
birthday. Coune said the price didn't deter her kX'
from buying the ride because it was somethingshe
had wanted to do for-a long time. Left: Looking down on
"It was wonderful," Coune said. ""I 1 thought it the trees from more than
would be more dangerous. But it was more peace- aAr.r.TrTY.YT.T.T.T.T 1,000 feet/ up.APPLAUSE .


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science teaching, research and extension tension offices throughout Florida. ombia, led by UF history professor David
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Director At MuseumWILLIAM confidence of those in the animal in- was named acting dean in 1988. through 7. Tickets, $6.50 for general public!
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Seventy-five black students from 13 community colleges will visit UF Sunday and weekdays.
Monday for the 1990 Minority Transfer Workshop'sponsored by UF's Office of UF INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE,
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The Florida Museum of Natural History annual program is designed to introduce minority community college studentsto and spouses, no partner needed, wear
has named William G. "Bing"McCrea its UF a year before they finish a two-year program and might want to transfer to a soft-soled shoes, lessons given, 8 p.m.,
new director of development effective four-year institution, said admissions officer Chandra Alridge, who is directing the Norman Hall Gym.
immediately.According. program. Providing advance information on what it's like to attend a four-year univer- SATURDAY
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visiting community college students.
UF's $250 million Embrace Excellence
capital campaign, Lindgren said. The Minority Transfer Workshop program started in June 1988. SUNDAY

McCrea, a 1964 graduate of UF's College STUDENT CLARINET RECITAL by
of Journalism and Communications, UF Hosts Florida Foundation For Future Department of Music; student Denise
was most recently the executive directorof Russo, 1 p.m., Room 120 Music Building.
the Bayfront Center Advisory Council Scientists Recognition Ceremony Friday MONDAY
and Foundation, Inc. in St. Petersburg.The .
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Council was responsible for the Approximately 600 gifted and high- talented students in science. and CIVIL ENGINEERING LECTURE,
renovation of the Bayfront Center com- ability middle school students from mathematics. "Project Management" in the Corps of
plex which includes an 8,000-seat arena throughout Florida will be honored for TIP is a nonprofit educational organization Engineers, by Dennis Duke, principal
and a 2,000-seat theatre. their academic achievement at an awards established in 1980 by The Duke En- assistant to the deputy district engineer for
McCrea has also served as director of ceremony tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the dowment. Over 55,000 mathematically project management, U.S. Army Corps of
public relations and marketing for Eckerd O'Connell Center. and verbally gifted seventh graders are 334 Engineers Weil Jacksonville District, 11 a.m.,
College in St. Petersburg and as market The Florida Foundation for Future identified nationwide by the TIP program Hall.MONDAY
ing director: with Barnett Banks of Florida. Scientists, directed by Elizabeth Abbott each year. IeTUESDAY
He succeeds Richard Lohr, who left UF and under the auspices of UF's Office of
for another position in fall 1989. Academic Affairs, is hosting the recognition Conservation "DANCE SPECTRUM," summer
Biology
ceremony for the first time. "works-in-progress" recital by Floridance
The recognition ceremony is sponsoredby Conference To Be Held Company,Includes modem, classical\and
Dauer Hall Ribbon-Cutting Duke University's Talent Identification jazz dance works choreographed by company -

Ceremony Set For Program (TIP)to salute Florida's seventh- On Campus Next Week members, under direction of UF
MondayA graders who qualified in TIP's tenth an- theater department faculty members)Rusti
brief ribbon-cutting ceremony nual Talent Search. All students invitedto Scientists and conservationists from Brandman and Rk Rose. Free and open to
recognizing the completion of the west the ceremony have earned scores on around the world will gather at UF June the public, 8:15: p.m., Constans Theatre
entrance to Dauer Hall will be held Mon- the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)or the 17 through 20 for the fourth annual Main Stage.CONTINUING
day at 10:30: a.m. on the entrance's porch. American College Testing AssessmentACT meeting of the Society for Conservation .
SCB .
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean ( )comparable to college-bound high Biology The SCB( with) PRINT EXHIBIT, "Women of the Press:
,
Willard Harrison will cut the ribbon and school seniors. from over 2,300 members Contemporary Prints from Women Publishers
officially thank the renovation project's In addition to attending the ceremony, between 48 countries, strives to bridge the ," features American prints published by
architect, Frederick Lee Vyverberg, and the students will tour UFs nuclear train- gap and( the the basic biological sciences women-owned firms and( selected for 1989
contractor, AMJ Construction, Inc. at the ing reactor, Van de Graff accelerator, modern world.practice of conservation in the International Biennial of Graphic Arts in
ceremony. Dauer Hall was connected to Mechanical Engineering solar house, The Yugoslavia, through June 17 m University
features
Johnson Hall, which was destroyed bye Coastal Engineering project, herbariumand servation meeting in the symposia on con- Gallery, S.W. 13th St.., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
in December the microkelvin, and tropical and( subtropical
1987. psychobiology Americas 5p.m. Sundays.
sustainable development "FLOWERS
physiological ecology laboratories. con- "
servation in Florida AND LANDSCAPES, a
In 1957 the National Science Foundation and the managementof
show of
public lands for prints by UF art professor Robert
began programs for high- biological diversity. Mueller and oil UF
A For sponsoring the conference paintings by professor
is
s University ability ction to the Soviet primarily sponsored emeritus Hiram
.. ( you Williams, through July 18
News & InformationUNIVERSITY Union's Sputnik launch. The U.S. by UF's Center for Biological l Conserva. at the Gainesville Regional Airport, 3400

government acknowledged the fad that lion Sciences Department of Wildlife and Range N.E. 39th Avenue, 5:30: ..m. to 11:45: p.m.
the pool of capable pre-college students and Center for Latin American daily.
needed to increase in order for higher Studies, with additional support from the. "VANISHING FLORIDA exhibit
Smithsonian
education to eventually produce society's Institution. of more than 30 fiber art works by Tampa
professionals and leaders. Registration fees are$90 for'the general .Bay Fiber Artists'League members, featuring .
public and$55 for students. For
The Florida Legislature authorized for- registration Florida's endangered plants and
,.t mation of the Florida Foundation for Information Education, contact UF's Division of animals through July, Temporary Exhibit
Continuing
Future Scientists in 1957 to encourage 392-1701. Hall, Florida Museum of Natural History.
The University of lFloridais, .an Equa Opportunity/Affinnative/ Action Institution
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obsessive rock fan I have been for Beatles, Stones, Who, Zeppelin, Floyd.) impose are doing the Zep thing better than Robert lion and sounding fine, and the Church's '
years; a listener of what passes for rock calm quiescence upon the possibly Plant nowadays. "House of Broken Love," sublime "Metropolis" can be heard at least
radio these days I have not been for years. rowdy listener.If while stultifyingly meandering and point- every couple of days. 'I
Ever since I've been financially stable you listen to one day a month of this less, does fall into the 01' Zep slinky groove I hate ending on a positive note about
enough to afford my own home library of stuff, you're an expert. Having heard it all without hurting Itself too badly. something as essentially corrupt as rock
music,I've been content to program my own 30 times a month makes me, of course, Local Interest time: radio, so let's discuss
musical agenda without help from the corporate legally insane. This Is the year of Petty, the most vile and absurd

neanderthals and aesthetic deaf. Rock radio generally shows asskissingobeisance of course, with about "You had betterdo song to come
mutes who program and DJ on most rock to rock's "glorious past," consistently six different tunes from around in many years. I
radio stations. playing songs that everyone proba. his latest LP getting can mean nothing other
as are
When you listen to one rock station all bly has heard a million times and almost daily rotation. Now, I you than Heart's latest sin-
day every day (And I don't recommend certainly owns on CD by now. But there isa yield to few in my affection gle, "All I Wanna Do is
told. had
trying this at home, kids,-I'm a trained little bit of the current world on rock for the old t You Make Love to You." If .
professional), the soothing repetition of radio, though most of it consists of the' "Hogtown Heart- you haven't heard this
schtick and song selections repeated ad current droolings of hopeless old fools. breaker," but has anyone better listen to offensive trash yet, I'll

nauseum(Every hour,you'll get at least one Take Eric Clapton, the world's greatest noticed, after clue you In.

song by rock radio's Holy Quintumvirate.:' overrated, mediocre blues..__guitarist, or the umptyhundred and the radio.' The music is slushy,
very u progressiveDon : twelve, listens (I've synthy "rock ballad"poo
Henley, both counted), how static Elvis Costello"Love no worse than any-
n of whose current and dull stuff like "A thing else these
LP's are getting Face In the Crowd" and wretched chicks have
much play, and is a Long Road" are? Or how aggra- done since they became famous again in the
both of which are vating the acoustic guitar hook in "Running mid-'80s. But the story! The overweight

real, real boring.But Down a Dream" is? I'm glad Tom's hittingthe brunette is driving around in the rain, spotsa

not nearly as heights of sales and attention, but this hitchhiker, picks him up, sizes him up,
boring as Mark wasn't the album that deserved it. takes him to a motel ("it was a place I knew

"Dire Straits" But all Is not dismal on rock radio, even well"), and they do the wild thing, achieving

Knopfler's latest if you no longer get the same ol' kick from many embarrassingly expressed or
11G band The Netting hearing early Van Halen or mid-period gasms. ("He brought the woman out in
Hillbillies. Netting Stones. Cod bless Aerosmith, who do the me/So many times, easily.")

is apparently some radio-rock thing with more verve and skill When he wakes up in the morning, all he
place In England, than anyone. I've NEVER heard a bad Acr finds is a note with gardening tips (listen
but initially I osmith song on the radio, and their current .So far
to the song) ,basically just a Penthouse
(f thought they were hits such as "What it Takes" and "Janic's letter fantasy set to lame music, right? But
called the "Nod Got A Cun" absolutely glow. And Rush's wait for the twist! Third verse, years later,
0 ding Hillbillies," as latest love ballad, "Presto," is affecting, not she runs Into dude with,.. his baby!!Turns
in "nodding off," too sentimental, and'well done all around, out she did this whole thing just so she
because with their and I pay attention when I hear it. Or at could get Impregnated and give her sterile

single "Your Own least I.did the first 50 times. husband the child they craved. I could not I

Sweet Way," Hey, remember back in high school when believe this' when I heard it, and you '
Knopfler has people who listened to the mysterious 'n' shouldn't either. Penthouse letter fantasies ))
achieved his longtime mopey Bauhaus seemed to like, it more should not have morals, not should Heart '1
00 ambition- because they could feel more "progressive" ever record another note of music.
he's gotten so and "intelligent" than all the slobs who )
laid-back he's lying listened to rock radio?Well,the progressiveclass Sometimes, when listening to the radio
flat on the floor. of the early '80s has slowly broken gets really depressing, I shut my eyes and

"Hell, even losers through to rock radio;Peter Murphy's nifty daydream about rock n' roll. It makes me ,{
like Great' White' Bowiesque "Cuts You Up" is in heavy rota.ri. feel better. ,


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Driving Miss Daisy aesthetically satisfied by the play another despite personal woes. plays the character with a stylish, Daisy are prejudice and buildinga
HippodromeWhether than the film. Daisy is such a well-written play feeble presence. He creates a friendship.The underlying mes-
you see Driving Miss The story takes Daisy and Hokc that the actors playing the parts unique version, of the character.His sage is this: "The more things
Daisy on film or on stage, you'rein through a 25-year relationship easily can be misconstrued as rare, radiant smile and twitchof change, the more they stay the
for a treat. Alfred Uhry's playis filled with personal and political mere vehicles. for a great script. the eyebrow is charismatic, same." If you've never under-
about --- -- -., when from the back stood the meaning of this cliche,
a headstrong elderly conflicts As good as the rm; here. Hall and even seen
Jewish widow and her illiterate, its beauty takes away from thy r ( Benso Si g out f{e feeling and row Miss Daisy will provide an expla-
but sharp-witted black chauffeur. fuel of their special relatiq tru thatlh .ry'.s-suba= ailing plays Miss Daisy's nation in the form of art.
Because I saw the movie before their coming to terms wit b tie serves gtt'the Tf agingHafcinessman son, Boolie.
the play, I went to the Hippo- others' prejudic sIn exceptional per orf ...;pIs isNqarticularly difficult role The passage of time is difficultto
drome production with visions of the HippAdrome production &>>jsorjjaprtraa I1If o perfor Bootie is straight manS convey creatively on stage, but
Jessica Tandy and Morgan Free Hoke (WilluuM Hall J JriflStiTSbs; lI. | |0 | nances.IE $>his mother's eccentricity. It's a director Mary Hausch wraps 25
man, and their exhilarating por- (Janis BcnsoW are pofl&gj&fcn a I rit. &!datively small role,but pivotal to years into two hours so smoothly,
trayals of the two main characters. way that l is ne f peJKrmail to ,_ characters. Sailing you'll feel the gray hairs growingas
I worried that I would watch the Uhry's dialogue flow w w H" "" with effective slm- you sit in the theatre.
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Gainesville wasn't the most least her I'm Breathless soundtrackis have something to live for. to tears.

exciting place In the world this selling well (Although probablynot The night-life scene in Gaines-
week. The Silos well New Kids' a A WEEKEND WATCH: Look for
past played a as as Step By ville was pretty close to normal.
homecoming concert at Central Step), and Dick Tracy is finally The Purple Porpoise was packed Subject and Camp 7 to draw a big

Cily Wednesday. Pretty big deal. opening on Friday. So now we all Thursday night, again. (Have you 4 crowd to the Hardback Cafe Sat-

And now that Depeche Mode is ever noticed how many of the urday night. Expect larger crowdsat

gone, the Sunshine State awaits same faces you see there night QA Gainesville theatres Friday
night. And I if Dick Tracy is as sillyas
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New Kids on the Block. What another hangout.) those crowds to return Saturday

more can we hope for? night. Expect to see the same peo-

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Gainesville got arrested for selling free drafts and a little dance-floor again.was MFP and look for a claustrophobic -

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sensation that Madonna doubt when the end after all those other places
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Entertainment TuesSatNO COVER! chicken shrimp
Reservations recommended 371-8069. desserts at affordable prices.
Real Pit Bar-B-Q Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail Murphy's Pub Steaks
able. Only 2 112 miles from campus Daily
'For beef, chicken and ribs, Specials Beef &
J's Restaurant tasty pork (east on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. Dell Sandwiches Ice cold beer! SpiritsFor
come to Sonny's, for Bar-B-Q At Its (SR 20)) Directions/Reservations Billiards, Darts and Video the best steaks and prime rib In
Breakfast house 20 years. Serving Best! 11-930: (Sun-Thu) & 11-10 (Fri- call 372-4690. Clubs and organizationswe Hour 4-7 games. Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
8.00-230: : every day.One block: to cam Sat).2700 N.Waldo Rd.3610 S.W.13th can serve your dinner meet- llam-12pm.Happy Fri.-Sat.Daily. Mon.-Thur. charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave. St.3635 S.W.Archer Rd U.S.441 at 1-75, ings. IpnvlOpm. 5112 NW llam-lam.34th St. across Sun. your dinner. Chicken fc Seafood tool!

Alachua. from the YMCA pool.372-4751. Open daily 5-10.2 For 1 well drinks fc
M. dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound

CHINESE The Original Red Lion (Beachside) challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 3734301.

Pizza Palace Tavern For
Tonight-Bud pitchers $3. Raise your InformationRegarding
J's RestaurantChinese The kind of place your friends would blood alcohol level,not your CPA!!Saturday
w arse PAti tell you about. Homemade pasta,fresh -same !! 2413 SW 13th
game St.
food 5-9 lunch Out On
: delivery, pm; baked lasagna&sauces made to order. 378-6320 The Town,
11-2:30: ;dinner 5-9 pm every day except Open everyday at 5 pm. Corner of NW Contact
Tues. night. Only a block to campus. 372-1546. Amanda
23rd Ave.and 6th St. Escobio
1225 W. Unlv.Ave.Chef J 10 yrs. exp. 376-4482



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II Alligator ClassifiedsClassifications =







FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN.


. D How to place a 1 FURNISHEDBdr 'Check Our New Specials' MODELS OPEN EVERYDAY
All Amenities Available SPECIALS AVAILABLE

classified ad: / kitliving rm priviledge, most utll, pd., FURNISHED UNFURNISHED
Mill Run SW 20 Ave 2 br from $375. Call
Roommates Available ,
1 For Rent.Furnished summer 135/mo., fall 165/mo, 4 bdr apt.
We're No.1REGENCY 336-7668, 1-5 daily many with new carpet .
In Person: 1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/Info 372 2284//
2 For Rent. Unfurnished OAKS .
371.4243. 82025.1Lg.
Cash check, MC or VISA. .
378 5768

3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office 2 BR apt. neatly 'furnished No pets, 3230 SW Archer Road Casablanca West, 2735 SW 35 PI. 243 br
.
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave. convienient to UF & downtown, $275 COUNTRY GARDENS 475665. 372 8837, 1.5 daily

M-F Sam. 4 pm $285 mo. 3765957 fI-14.4-1 373.4500
Greenwich Green & other rentals available .
4 Sublease House/Apt./ 2001 SW 16th Street
Main BookstoreHub Private entrance, nice br, kitchen ft living 82025.2 Call 371.8100. 8.10.4.2 ,
5 Roommates Customer Service DeskM rm. prlviledges, most util paid, summer
6 For Sale F 8 am 4.30 pm $145 fall $165/mo 372.2284. 8.20.23-1 In The Pines 2 bedroom house w/porch, ac/heat/ no
dogs. $395/mo 1948 N.W. 31 Ave G'ville
Real Reitt Union, Cashier's Office Spacious 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom 4959024. 61942
7 Estate 1 bdr In a 3 bdr house, l60/mo + utll Apartment & Townhouse
M.F
Oam.9pm
3758329. 7341
8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed Convenient to UF/Shands GRAD STUDENTS 3 bdrm 1 bath house 6
2 pools. tennis crt, weight room,
blcks from Umv $650 mo call Kevin 376
3 blocks from law school nice neighbor
9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM sauna, 2 laundry rooms
5242 after Spin 377.3852. 7562
hood for serious student, $180,
no pets
F, 8 am 4.30 pm Ask about 3 bdr specials $400 oil
10 Wanted 335.2832 or 378 6376. 6-19 2 1
373-3371 A 2 br., 2 blks to Norman Hall, vaulted

11 Services By Mall: A huge 1 br. 3 blks to UF library, newly 205 SE 16th Ave. ceilings, Ig. bedrooms, some util paid, no
Use forms appearing weeklyin painted, much privacy, no pets, $195. 1/2 mile east of Main StMF98 pets, $250, 373.8022 6.21-4-2
12 Typing Services the All gator. Sorry, no cash by 373.8022 6.21.4.1 Sat 10.5, Sun 12.4
13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA, or checks only. 8-20.25.2 Country living near 34 St. Plaza, 2 BR

1 BR 225.00 9 blox to campus Big 2BR duplex, window coverings, air, pets ok.
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: Duck Pond 300.00. Furn studio 200.00. Villager West: Quiet 1 bd on cul-da-sac. Avail. July 1. $275

Payment by VISA or Mastercard 2BR 3 blox to campus 295.00. Students 1 story; no noisy neighbors above! 800
15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum. only 373.5663 8 to 6. 7341 NW 18 Ave (Take 9 St. N. from 16 Ave.) Phoenix upstairs apt, carpet, minis, hookups .
16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm. 3717777. 6-14.5-2 shwasher Cleanl) $350


17 Notices FOR RENT: Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bth, |lust 3 blks N of Bike to campus, 1 BR condo, coin laundry,
o How to correct UF, very, very nice 414 NW 14 St College balcony, dishwasher $275
18 Rides 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Park Proper! es. 371.7777 6.14.5.
cancel your ad: 2 SW Townhouse, 3 BR/1 1/2 BA, washer.
19' Pets to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280, dryer, carpet, window coverings, spotless

20 Lost & Foundo Cancellations: 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. THE TOWERSII Soar about the mundane; $460

Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, 8. 4 pm. Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs See UF from private balcony, newly reno
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378-1190. 82025 bdrm' NW 17th St. 371.7777 BR/2 BA
No refunds can be given vated 1 207 Seagle Bldg 2 on 10 floor, security '
61452 garage, storage $S75
Oak Glade Apts Near UF ft VA, quiet
Alligator errors'Check :
When will your ad run? ad the FIRST washer/dryer available In most units for Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance Call for other Student Houses/Apts ,.
your. day it runs.Call $20 mo Cats Allowed. 1 B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath to UF, 1210 NW 11 AVI Dishwasher .
373 FIND with any corrections before $250.$350. sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 8.20. ,cent. air. Office: 411 NW 15th St KEY MANAGEMENT
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
Classifieds will TWO 371.7777. 1452
begin
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY SPACIOUSONE

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected BEDROOM APT. Available now, SW: 2bdr apt, porch, ceilIng 372.3060

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day ONLY $263MO.LYONS tans, dishwasher, cent H/A, near bus, 8.14.2.2

No refunds or credits can be given alter APT $375, Including water, 373-0701. 6.19-
Union Shands take
or may placing the ad. Changes called in after 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 10.2 Attractive) & clean apartments, close to UF,

THREE days to apPear.. Ads the first day will not be compensated. avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep. No dogs,
.
INCREDIBLE 495 9024. 6 20 16 2
may run for any length of time Efficiency Apt Wmdmeadows Apts. 2 bdr/2 ba,$490/mo
Customer error or changes: dep.. avail. Aug 1 1. 338.7852 Iv. message -
and be cancelled at any time. Starting at $185 1 BR 225.00 9 blox to campus Big 2 BR
Corrections must be made in person at t-14 8 2
can Starting at $235/ 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST Duck Pond 300.00. Furn studio 200.00. 2
Sorry, but there be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
BR 3 blox to campus 295.00. Students
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee 378.3988 A clean. 2br Ideal for couples/serious students only. 373.5663 8 to 6. 7-3-4-2
$290/mo Incl water & garbage
375 3861
4013 NW 12th Terr. Apt. 6. Call 378.7458
or 376.8663. 61982 Oasis Apts
I near Archer & SW 34th St

Lg 2bdr/1 ba apt ac, laundry, ceiling fan, 1 and 2 Bedrooms No dogs
.
From $350.00 month 377-3149 7 31-12 2
$325/mo, w/new carpet $340, avail. now
2 bedrooms
1 Bedrooms / & Aug. 2023 SW 37th Way. 375-7988.
621-42 Name your price In the Polos: own bdr
w/pvt, bath; microwave, d/w/ ,wash/dry 1/3

beginning at beginning at Available now, House/duplex br2/ bth, utilities Will take best offer 335.4149 I Iv

12 mile south of UF, trees, fireplace msg 71782
central heat/air $600/mo Call 376.6183
$34022 $4500"r leave message 6.21.5.2 Avail. Aug., 2-bed opts, SW: 3 fans, cent.
air; flat: $375, Incl, water; twh: 1 1/2/ ba,

$199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL dw, wd. 2 screen porches, $385 373

Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom, Pool, Tennis, 0701, 87142

Sauna, Gym and more. ..
STONERIDGE APT. Avail. now. 2-bd apt, SW: dishwasher 3

3800 SW 34th St 3751121 fans carpet, central air, porch storage
Offer valid to qualified application only on bus, $375 Incl water, 373.0701. 8.7.

7l.arkZo"1tbouse 8-20.19-2
SUBLEASE:
1 BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS
16 2 bdr. by UF, College View Apt. 1105 4 HOUSEAPT.Summer .
NW 3rd Ave. 371.7777. 6-21.6.2

B option for Fall: own bed
< 1/2 mile to campus 2 bdr apt., a/c, d/w/ room In nice house In NW area Wood
Apartmentse726 washer/dry/ hook-up. Quiet, Ion of trees 'fans 10 mln
'floors, ceiling huge yard,
$350/mo. 373 0129. 710.8.2Big walk to UF. $156 1/4/ utll Call 378-

8894
house & yard, 2 mi. from UF Big rec .

room, 4 bed/2/ bath, giant fireplace. BB Sublet a room, Wmdmeadows Apt Summer I
986 ft. .4 blocks to hoop, volleyball etc In non party atmo util
& sq. campus B til July 31, $200 mo + 1/4 call
Mature only, No pets $800 per mo. 378- 336-0397. 6-21.8.4
2016 11.1432Availal.

.2 pools/2/ laundries Furn. or/ unfurn.'Clubhouse Sublet starting aug, large 1 bdr 4 blks
br 2 bth, 1
now House/duplex
from UF, wood floors, upstairs, quiet,
1/2 mile south of UF, trees, 'fireplace, cen.
$210, call 335-7776 after 5, ask for TriPP.
Pets welcome tral heat/air, $600/mo Call 376 6183
leave mess 6.21-5-2 Two rooms for rent In Pmetree Gardens ..
Each room has bath Lease runs thru mid

1 bedroom 1 bath apts. Walking bicyclingto Aug. Partly turn if needed 150 mon

UF Shands VA. $240 monthly formerly 335-0504 1434

''III.sW,6fb.Awmle, Holiday Garden Apt. Call 336-8852. 712
72 SUBLET 1 br, avail now, thru Aug. 15.
372-6535 renewable no deposit call 335.2873 Iv.

< 32Me Avail. Aug.: 1.bd apts, 'fans walk-In message 11143.4Classlfleds.

q6wfille, 71orida closet, cent. air; 1 & $275; 1 w/security
system $285, both Incl. water 373.0701. .

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SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSublease ROOMMATESNeed ROOMMATESLooking FOR SALE FOR SALE


own room in 3 bdr/3/ ba, Oxford 3 F N/S roommates to share 2 br/2 for I or 2 studious but fun F to TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk Furniture 4 sal*. Excellent condition!
Manor Summer B, S200/mo turn., across ba In Brandywine (for (fall. $140/mo 1/4 share 3b/3ba apt w/neat personable M In drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters. couch, leather chair, coffee table, etc.
from pool, call 371-1817 6-19-3-4 util. Call Andrea at ((305)238-1149) (for Polos or slm apt for fall-Ca'l! Chris Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2 Call now leave message 335-3780.
more Info. 6-14-2 3726924. 6-19-2-5 yrs. Perfect for small !typesetting jobs. Prices negoc. 6-21-7-6
SUBLET 2bd/1ba apl. End olJune-Aug. Good machine lor small !type shop. System -
Just 2 Blocks from UF Call 336-7891! Roommate Needed for Summer B. Spy F N/S/ student seeks rmmt/apt for SummerB Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film ft 8 font Queen waterbed, bookcase head, 6
6-14-2-4 glass Apts. Reduced rental rate avail- / Fall. Only F w/o pets. Call Anne disks $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at drawer pedestal, sheets, $150 obo. Entertainment .
able. Call Fran at 3059835743. 7-5-6-5 (3059832141.) Leave message. 6-21-3- 373-9926 for more Info. center, $50. 19' RCA color

Must sublease. Available June 15 1 bd. TV, $100. 335-6143. 6-19-5-6
carpet floor, water free, fur pool, 262 M now or (fall. Small (furnished apt In large Casablanca on pool. Own room $145/mo Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
$mo. Call alter pm 336.7831. 6-14-2-4 home close to UF w/pnv. entrance, bath, m/f w/2 males. Wash/dry. Part fur brand are all at our New Location! Car 2 pc. sofa-set, $180, 2 On size waterbeds,
cable, quiet, clean patio, no pets, In non- nished. Call Julian 336-0373 or Mark Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St. 372- $150/ea. 2 desks $90/., chest, $75,
Summer B, unfurn. master bdr, ba in 3 party atmo. $225/mo/ util.! 378.2018. 3361581. 6-12-2-5 2070. 8-20-25-6 nightstand, $45 all good shape, all $ Neg

bdr/3 ba apt. In Windmeadows, Phase III, 6-14-2-5 call 335-0355. Please leave message. 6-
w/wash/dry, $250/mo + 1/2 util. Marcie F/N/S/ for own room In 2b/1 1/2 ba apt. In MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146
305-822-5403 6-21-4-4 BRANDYWINE. M n/s needed for NW area. Loft w/laundry room nearby. Editor' choice CompuAdd Northgate STAY COOL with a great air-conditioner.
2bd/2ba (turn condo. Pool, sauna, Call 372-9502 after 6 PM. $160/month./ H P. Price same or lower than mall- Quiet 20,000 BTUs. $150 OBO. Call
NICE SMALL SUITE Jacuzzi more. $160/mo + 1/4 util. 374. 6-19-4-5 order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 3737150. 6-19-5-6

Carpeted wall to wall 4291 6-21-4-5 ((28ms), graphics monitor, ...
Good Bed F N/S grad/prof. student needed to share MC 286/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1295, Matching sofa, loveseat, chair $175. '
3722582. 6-21-3-4 M/F own room In 4BR house 2 blocks to 2bdr twnhse. $242.50/mo 1/2 util. Call MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 Women's Raleigh 10-speed bike $50.
campus $145/mo + I/S utils. carport, central Beth 372-9389 6-19-4-5 $2399. PS 288 laptop w/ hd & battery Stationary exercise skier $75. Call 338-
F to share 2 bdr during Sum B in Mill Run. heat, a/c, 336-0597 Iv message. 6- $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics 6348 anytime. 6-14-3-6
Good deal on rent. Call 3364455. 6-21- 21-4-5 2 Rooms available In Ig 3bd/2ba apt. monitor $970. & 3 year warranties.
3.4 Close to campus! Neg. Call 373-6187 Onsite warranties. Panasonic! 1180 printer Nintendo, Games For Sale: Many Titles.
..OWN ROOM In big house Wd after 4. Avail. Summer B. 6-19-4-5 .
$185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 3743 W. Call Brent or Jon 335-2689. After 5:00:
Room for rent In spacious NW house, 3 floors adJoin. bthrm. a/c 8 blks to UF University Ave. 8-9-25-6 PM. 6-14-3-6
blocks from campus M/F for summer B. pets ok. For B-jun 25-aug 25. lOO/mo. Rmmt wanted for (fall, brand new apts.,

Cheap rent Ask for Christina 3712022. 371.4258 6-21-4 Greenwich Green, own room for FUTON FRAME SAN DIEGO R/T $1201 June 26th Aug

$100 6-192-4 $2l6/mo, all ammenlties, Iree cable ft From only $200/set. Call Al 3733127. 10th or 1 way. Jon at 3354353. HURRYI
F N/S/ wanted to share quiet 2BR/1 BA apt water, Karen 335-2676 7-19-11-5 6-21-3-6
5 ROOMMATES for Summer B w/option/ for (all/spring./ 7-3-12-6

150/mo, + 1/2 util. Call Jean at 372- F nil, own bdr. In 2 bdr/2/ ba Laurel's apt Crimestopper Car Alarms, 1 K-40 Radar Detectors Custom-made bar w/2 barstools, excellent

Rmmt Summer B, F N/S, no pets, Oxford 9283. 6-19-3-5 for (all, great location & apt, rent neg., Sherwood, Sansul, Sony, Orion, condition $130. Call 373-6473 Iv. mes-
lurn. Call Allison 3714563. 6-14-
Manor, furn.. private bdr/ ba, util. Incl., LAURELS: Rmmt needed for (all, own 3-5 partly Bazooka Home or Car Stereo. We Beat sage. 6-21-3-6
$350 for 6 wks. Call LeAnne 813-531t bd/ba/ in 3bd/ba brand new apt. Call Nat- All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-6
Fosgat punch-45 car stereo amp $145;
8199. 6-14-10-5 alie at 336-0956 6-21-4-5 Hawaiian F roommate needed for
Village subs obo home
Handcrafted, wooden blrdfeeders. Different mtx 10' $100/pr ; 2-way
fall, 3bd/2ba S140/month, own room, sizes available $5 $15 each. Free speakers w/ 10' woofs. All In excellent
fern needed for br & to
Responsible n/s own ROOMIES needed Summer B only for big 3784805. Ask for Michelle or Debbie.
ba In new 3 bdr/ 2 ba mobile home, security orange & blue shuttered house corner of 6-19-4-5 seed with the first two sold. Call J.R. cond. 3363955. 7-3-4-6

sys, quiet area. Avail fall, rent neg. Archer & 13 St across from UF fully between 7 pm and 10 pm 3751935. 6-21- TABLE
PING-PONG
335-5240. 6-19-11-5 (furnished utilities included washer/dryer M/F NS rmmt. wanted fully turn Penthouse 5-e
Must sell, in excellent cond. w/net ft pad
$225. Scott 335.9768. 6.21.3.5MiF w/Jacuzzi/ pooltable, private elevator
F rmmt needed for 4 bd/2 ba furn condo dles. $75 or BO
286 COMPUTER
security, etc. $300 + 1/3 util call: 335-6627. 7-3-4-6
by Oaks Mall. Wash/dry/ security system. in 3 bdr/2 ba semi-turn
/ ns, own room 378-4252. 6-21-5-5
49 MB harddrlve
12 mhz, 5 1/4/ and 3
$200/mo ft split electricity. 3354298. 6- house, $150/mo 1/3 util. Pets neg Fall
1/2 floppy drive 14" VGA color monitor **FURNITURE**
Quiet, n/s rmmt. wanted for furn. apt. near Option, 3381858. 7-3-4-5 Wanted: N/S M to share Master bdrm and 1 yr wart, DOS 3.3, Microsoft Work Good quality already cheap price neg.
law sen. (Camelot) i90/mo/ Call John 1/4 util In furnished 3 bdr/3ba condo In Do She! Only $1795. ELITE 3351300. Call 335.4329 or 3359800. 6-21-3-6
378.8168.ves. 6-14-6-5 Rockwood Villas 1/2 f n/s rmmts (for fall. Rockwood Villas. 145mo. 3356242. 6-21-10-8
furn. w/d. $140/mo/ 1/4 util.
Mostly +
6-21-5-5 FISHTANK: 39 gal salt H20 Incl: stand,.
Roommate wanted 2 BR 2 1/2 Bath shared $270/mo + 1/3 util. own rm. 378- Safari Audio is Gainesville's newest & finest filter, pump, gravel, coral, heater, light.
washer-dryer fans, 200 per month and 4848. 7.3.4.5WINDMEADOWS A House! F $185 mo. & 1/3 utilities. In car audio, cellular & security. Asking $150. Also have coffee table and
deposit. Nonsmoker. No pets. 3353889. Smoke and have dog. We don't carol! We Custom Installation ft repairs. 336-1128. end table $150 both, papasan $40, 2 day
Fun F/M
responsible, need you starting In the falll! Call 373- bed/couches both $150. 3355065. 6-21-
$350/mo rmmt for own br/ba in 3 br new phase apt. 377311 6.21.4.5MF
Roommates Wanted Now to split
for (fall & spring Call 336-6942. 62135 WORD PERFECT 5.1
Included Great condition almost
duplex plus utilities. Washer/dryer Red ten speed. ,
3328718. 2243 SW 70 Terr. No / N/S own room In 4/2 house. Student/Faculty Price $135 new. Asking $200 neg. Call Christina.
6-21-7-5 N/S neat studious m/f student to share 2 $1 SO/mo + 1/4 utilities. Pets OK, 1 mile Call ELITE 3351300. 7-3-10-6 .3712022. 6-19-2-6
pets. bdrm apt near Norman HI $168 1/2 ut. to UF. Call 3785572. Leave message.
avail, now. Matt at 377.0585 or 371- CAR ALARMS Installed remote control for sale decks speakersand
The Gardens! m/f for 2bd/2 1/2 ba Car Audio : tap ,
twnhse, furn pool, w/d, near sfcc/uf, 2294. 6-19-2-5 6 FOR SALEsmall any car truck or van fully guaranteed will amps. Also 10 spd. Schwinn and
$185/mo + 1/2 util. Now-Aug 15. MI. demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mos.sage. Head tennis racquet. Call 336-6503. 6-
OaKbrook luxury condo needs 2 to 4 students S-20-21-6
Chelle 3323896. 6-19-5-5 14-3-8
l75/person share or $300 pvt. kiln 550 degrees max. Great for

HAWAIIAN VILLAGE studious rommt. bdrm; 10 mo. lease ok; wald' to UF call limo and copper enamel $95. 48' scan Moving, must sell! Beige couch in great Trek 8000 ALUMINUM MTN BIKE MINT

needed In FALL for large bdr. In 2bdr/1 be 375-6394. 7.5.5.5 design desk & comp shell $80. 63x3l cond., desk, 2 small dressers & 2 PERFECT condition 1990 MODEL
apt. overlooking pond, $197/mo. 371 shell/desk/drawers combo $40. 372.7520 twin/hide-away beds. Call 375-2218 after DEORE DX Lots ol Extra MUST SEE
6887. 6-14-4-5 .Great deal for l/n/s** 2 furn. rooms or 377.1238 to .... 6-19-5-6 4. 6-14-8-6 MUST SELL 371-7457 $600 OBO. 6-21-
for rent. 1 spacious for 2 @ $12S/ea., 1
small & $140, wash/dry, can bike to
F NS for July 1st Share 2 bedrm SW apt
$167.50 rent plus half util. Skylight campus** 376-4599. 6-14-1-5 THE MOBILE GoLDfisH 0j by Brett Schroeder
Washer, Dryer. Call Carol 336.9242
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Q-sofabed oak dresser (both In perfect MOVING MUST SELLII!! Matching beige for sale- bid 1 1/2 bath. Phoenix Spree scooter for sale. Great Con- 'Isuzu (Imark 82 A/C, auto radio tinted,
condition.) Also 2 19' color TVs;, portable sofa, loveseat t chr.* grt. cond; 25 colortv close to campus, full kitchens, call dition! $..3712022.. 6-19-2-8 clean low mile, grey, sporty gat. Ask
vacuum. I will negotiate! Jell 335.6765 ; men's 10 spd. bike call 335-1223 Larry or Nina 371-8141 or 18006544544. $1950 obo. Call for Dave 338.Di.7, 6-
6-21-4-6. . 6-21-7-7 14-1-9
Kardon receiver 9 AUTOS
Harman 30 WPC $150,

technics turntable $25 19601 jukebox 5-speed leisure bike: ladies style w/frt/ By owner, 2000 iq tl spacious pool home, 1985 Chevy Spectrum very clean runs
w/many record $600 obo. 374-4291.. 6- basket book rack t U-lock Inc. Has new 1 mile to UF, nice NW are 2816 W. Univ. Datsun Pickup Truck 72 runs good low good 5 spill, stereo, a/c, tinted windows,
21-4-6. tires & seat. $70 obo. Call 372-8580 Ave. 83000. Appt to tee call 376-6183 mileage 500 obo call 336-4176.. 6-14-4-9. $2700 neg. Call 336S6223352716/
(Karen) 6-19-5-6 leave message. 7-5-5-9
leave 6-21-6-7
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY!II! Entire message. 75 BMW 5301 automatic

wood bdr. set: headboard (lull), 2-dr. Queen waterbed extended frame 2 mos. Duplex MUST SELL) Phoenix, ea. side orig alloy wheels, super stereo maintained 84 PONT FIEROBlk, .4 sp. sunroof,
nlghtstand, 4-dr. desk w/chalr, Ig. 5-dr. old. Includes liner, pad and heater 2bdr/lba, big reliable renters on both nicely, priced to sell $3500 obo power, cruise good condo Great sportscar.
dresser, full size box spring w/mattreas, $100.00 call Mark & 377-1831. 6-14-2-6. side, EXC. BUY, Will neg price. 336- 373-6968 Iv mess. 6-19-5-9 Call 335-4044. after 5 or lye misg.
black kitchen tbl. w/4 chairs, glass coffee
6211. 8142.7
table, black tv stand w/ glass doors, 8 pc. LAPTOP COMPUTER 81 TOYOTA Corolla, a/c auto 2DR stereo
adj. gray couch. Call All 3355747.. 6-21- TANDY 11 OOF D 1800cc, r.d. 67K miles, runs good 10 WANTEDLocal
".8 640K. Deskmate $495. 8 MOTORCYCLESGS450GA must see) Call Ricardo 3355772. 8-14-
335-5396 6.21.4.6GRADUATING. 3-9 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER 1982 Suzuki motorcycle Ring ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine
SMITH-CORONA IN GREAT CONDITION Must sell. Matchingcouch Great shapelow miles 1981 Honda Accord LX front damaged Jewelry 3739243. 8.20.25.10
$75 OBO 375.0308 6-14-2-8 and chair set. Perfect for college Like new- many extras good for parfait Call for Info at 3744762..
apartment. Make offer Call 3350936. $1400 Call 377-7543. 6-22-7-8 Evening after' 9 pm, afternoons b/w 123. Wanted: Car.-Truck.
3 mo. old Queen waterbed w/sheets and 6-19-3-6 6-21-5-9 For Salvage, running/not running
comforter $165 obo. Call 335-4987.. 7. Orange and Blue Insurance now cover wrecked, etc. 3711576.
Bike Nishikl Trl A Monte Carlo SS 1983 must see We Buy and More. 8-9-15-10
Equips 1 yr old motorcycles' Low r.tea. low payment,
Soundeslgn' stereo speakers, perfect Shlmano 600 components perfect cond. safe rider discounts, last drive-thru service 12500.00 -
condition, pd. $200 asking $100. $500 Call Gerry 338-4095 or 3737749.. 377-2277 6-21-8-8 Full size washer Dryer $200.00 Want to sublet a 2 bdr furnished apt, or 2 .>
Panasonic tv, need work $30 obo. 335- OBO call 338.0289 6-21-5-9 bdr furnished house for the month of Aug.
2393 6-14-2-6 CD'S! Only 3 month old. $7 each. Rock 1988 Kawasaki KE I 100 Enduro perfect for Call Dr. Loftsson .462-1210. 6-19-2-10
and Rap. Call 376.6811. 7-3-5-6 campus parking, runs great w/helmet, 1984. GTI! 74000. orlg ml, 5 sp., Cold a/c,
Sofa, loveseat, and chair For sale. $1 SO $500 OBO. 336-9557 6-19-5-8 very clean good condo Must see. 2500 Wanted: Billy Joel' tickets for July 7 In
o.b.o. Call 335-4255.' 8-19-3-8 ATB Bike like new. Sacrifice. Call Laurie obo. Call Rodney 482.5317110cal( ) 6-21- Orlando. Please call 335-1474. 6-19-2-

332-0940. 7-3-5-6. 1981 Yamaha Seca 650 low miles with
1972 VW Beetle .41K ml Great
Car speaker box w215 bumpers $199. new eng.
rebuilt engine. Incl. new rear tire t hel, 11 SERVICESNW
Sansul 150 watt amp $149.. New Yamaha Must sell! Sofa, loveseat, bed dining set met. Asking $600 Call Travis at 375- 'mech. cond. Recorded all repair tine
35x2amp$149. Call 3361128. 6.21.46MOPED wall unit and more. Call 377-3443.. Keep 1248.. 6-14-4-8. 83. Need to sell $900 call 3327392.
trying! 6-19-2-6 Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
for sale 1987 Tomes Low mile 1988 Toyota Camry LE a/e, alloy wheel, near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
Kawasaki
1983 750 LTD like condition
new Chapman security *yi, 33K hwy mile, $20,10% disc to students. 332-8917. 8-
great condition new part alto dresser set 4-sale new twinsize bed hardly used, low miles, garage kept $1800, call .
for sale prices negotiable call 376-1229. $150 obo call and Iv. message 3727278. 377-8536 after 6 pm. 7-3-6-8 11,5000.I 395-9161.I 6-21-4-9 20-25-11 I
6-21-4-6 6-14-1-6
Ford LTD 1979 perfect cond. a/c, pb p., NAILS NAILS NAILS
Red Honda Spree '87 helmet' good con- pw new tire, battery & itarter. Must sell Full Sets Acrylic or Gels with Tips 22.95.
Also Trek
Racket 2 Prince bikes
TENNIS stringing. racing great condition one 400 dition! $600 obo. Willing to negollal.1Call !
Manicures, 8.00. Call June Teresa
Call after 5 wkends 376-
$900. or or
pm
Graphite 90 Series, 1 Wilson Pro Staff series $235; one 300 series' $200., Call 336-0567 Leave Menage. 6-21-5-8
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$150 each. Call Steve at 332-2464.. 6- 335-3787. 6-21-3 2051. 6-14-2-9

SCOOTER FOR SALE. Excellent cond. 89 Honda Civic must sell, need truck rag 7.35.11Classifieds.
up to .40 mph. 88 Honda Elite 50, helmet' service, excel cond, red ext, blk Int. 33K

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited 8.21..8t ft manual. for only $600. Call 336-9422. d..1I1I hwy !miles!! call .466-0333 anytime. Great Continued on next page.

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SERVICES SERVICESONE TYPING SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED


last, reliable Graduate Experienced riders to exercise, ride
STOP DENTISTRY Typing/Word/ Quality dependable l/page/ accurate, horse Call
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Processing school approved, 11 years exp. Mary Pays expense 472-3777.
Accepting new pts emerg. adult cleaning service. Reasonable rates. Laser 6-14-6-13
$30, child $20 prln".377-81751i19.00pm. 8.20.25-12 372-0706. 6-14-2-12 "
1233 NW 10th Av.. ((4)) wisd tee $350 ((3)) wild tee $275 CITY CONCEPTSAn GET PAID TO TRAVELI
372-1664 ((2)) wisd. tee $225. Word Processing Typing, Bkkpmg & No TREE alternative Word processing Crulselines need energetic & dynamic
MC/VISA/lnsurance Nitrous oxide. Accepting MC V, AE tary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 Innovative Custom serv. personel. 904.428-4560 IXt.t C1.
Free Pregnancy Test Must bring coupon, up to ((4)) people yrs exp. Spelling ckd. NW section. laser print, good rates.82017.12
Member H.T. Gonsoulm DOS 372-9521 6-21.5- Dawn 332-3913. 8-20-25-12 avail. Mary 4755342. Painter/Carpenter, own tools, car, & reference .
National Abortion Federation 11 a must. College Park Properties.
8202511SEXUALLY I TYPING- Near Butler Plaza. Fast, accurate 371-7777. 1-6-13
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC service Call 373.0134. 8202512. 13 HELP WANTEDAVON

TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Serving UF since 1977 Part time, tell Gator Lager Beer 't-thlrts,
Get confidential testing and treatment at Most Insurance accepted Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable 3758967Sell tanks & gift Item*. Call collect for catalog
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 8- 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave service Masters In English will check Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. & Income detail Mr. Burner 407-423-
20-25.11 Dr. Steven Schargel spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937. 8-9- Benefits Insurance. 8-20-25-13 BEER. 6-18-5-13
373-7070 24-12

GATOR MOVING ** TYPING Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near EARN $35This aide Handicapped for A.M. hrs.student Good need pay for part right time par

Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Paeklng/ 1- campus. Dependable quality .service. week $110' this month new donars son. Call 373-0465 for appt. 6-14-3-13
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item/Hse Full. Days/Eve Long dls. Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
12 SERVICESYOU with this coupon. Study while you donateor
Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 3744791. 8-20-25-11 373-4464 7511.12 watch videos. Free Parking. Gaines Church nursery worker for Wed. night and
Sun. About 10 hrs/week, $4/hr.
Center. Est 1969. Apply at
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM 'II.lessons WRITE, WE TYPE We Beat Everybody's Price!!! ville Blood Plasma M-Th 8-7 Parkview Baptist Church, 3403 NW 13
boarding woodser facilities Business Legal Personal Reports Resumes Letters*Reports, etc. 238 SW 4th AV'-.378-0431. St., G'vlll. 6-19-4-13
.... hay ride parties A sales working Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. Alachua Word Processing Frl 8-5 Sat 82. 8-20-25-13
students accepted. 466-3224. 375-8080. G'ville Handicapped Typing 376-5465. Established since 1985 One position open for Resident ManagerIn
378-7179. 8-20-21-12 the Div. of Hou. Position to begin Au-
Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms. 8-20-25-12 Need 15 bucks gust 1, Supervise staff of 3 in Village of
Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2 miles N or 96.RESUMES*** 216 apt*. Administrative & community
Highway Patrol 462-5127.: 4624311. 8- *Typing reports business F129H Complete writing & development services today? dev responsibilities. Part time position
20-22-11 legal resumes cassettes transcribed Resume House 371-8148 8-9- for full time UF student. $7020/12 mos.
applications letters notary *elc. An easy, relaxing way to pick up cashall
plus apt. at $50/mo. (utilities not included
*SUNBELT MOVING Available 24 hours/7/ clays/372-2777. *ACE WORDPROCESSING* pay that's$15 required for your is 1 1st a plasma 4 donations donation.& special We ). Deadline for completed application
8-20-25-12 Resumes, dissertations, 3. at Div. ol Hou.
Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies. term papers bonuses enabling you to earn up to $115a I July Applications ,
legal, technical. 335.7064 7510.12 corner of Museum Rd. & SW 13th St.
1. Item -House lull. Local/Lng/ dist. MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339. Full month Come in today!
Lie/Ins Priced for Studentsl Marty 375- Alpha Plasma Centers
& leillervic. computing. Typing starts
WordPerfect
Typmg/Wordprocessing. SALES HELP WANTEDWomen'
MOVE 820-21-11 .
9SW1stStGainesville I
1.50/pg Resumes. $e Self service 5.1 quality work, fast results, low rates, 378.9204 Dept, full or part time, must be
resumes $2 50/hr 15/page Laser
FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC dependable, personal service Tara 332- 8-20-23-13 able to work Sat, Roderick's, Creekside
typeset graphics spell check theses
Serving UF since 1977 papers special characters employment 1469. 8.20.19.12 Mall 3770902. 6-21-4-13 i
Most Insurance accepted FRESHMEN/HEALTH MAJORS Live-In
databases mailmerge training
2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 8.9- Typing and Wordprocessing-legal, ter- Attendant needed. Call Lisa 378-7474 Delivery drivers-restaurant. Must have
Dr Steven Schargel mpapers, etc. Professional quality and MF85. 7-10-11-13 own auto & Ins. Apply in person. EI Toro
25.12
373-7070 reliable service. Call Nancy, 372-2750. To Go 1203 SW 18 Ave. 6-19-2-13

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WANTEDBALLS PERSONALSSAVE PERSONALSDear PERSONALSSPAIN CONNECTIONSExpert t.


It looking 'for an exp cook to work ON RA YBANSUnlv.raity Kathy STUDY ABROAD witness (attorney) needed In legal
day shifts. Apply In person 1718 W Univ It was gr.allo see you at Let's Get Phys College credit. University of Salamanca.Live malpractice case against out of town attor-
338-1 111. 6.192.13BUSINESS Opticians ical. That's cool that can one w/Spanish family. Academic programs -
Ave upstairs 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 you get ney. Write to P.O. Box 748 city 32602
available year-round. Free Bro
year free membership for signing a year
AUTO INSURANCEVERY lease at The Frederick. One bedrm chure. CONTACT: BSA, 2802 E. DIVE THE BAHAMASSee
starts at $300. Call 3727555. Madison Suite 160 Seattle, WA 98112. Cay Sal on the "Sea Fever
LOW PRICES Sally ((206)) 726-1498. 7-26-10-15 Spaces available from 8/10 to 8/16 with a
14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS Students welcome) Call today Sunshine 7-17-16-15' '10% discount. Call 377-8352 or 332-7364
State Ins. 371-9698.' 8202515GUNSIOUNSIGUNSI ANTIGUA CARNIVAL Aug. 2-8 $350 inc. for Info. 7-3-6-16

terminals t pc's. buy, sell, Discount Europe books $15 facultystudent membership In '15th Meridian club. Great
trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUAL. good for alr/hotels/museums/trans- trips to unusual Caribbean destinations.Call Looking lor yng man who called the other
ITY, CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 8-20-. Over 1800 500 Gun Inventory In portalion. Call 377-1600 Dorothy's Trvl 376-1301' for Info. 7SS15ALEX" night. In mall on 7th. With r shirt. I rem
handguns stock .
25-14' Professionals. 6-12-6-15' who u r. Call me again. Or write PO box
Buy, Sell, Trade, Repair SEARCHING FOR "ALEX"CONTACT 8581 32606. 7-3-5-16

Male/Female entrepreneur needed to Reloading Supplies 466-3340 $ COLLEGE MONEY I Private Scholar WES ASAP 6-14-3-15

head project expansion. Must be hard Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer shlpsl You receive a minimum of 8 private -
working and ambitious. Call 338-4542-Mi- 8 ml. South of G'ville on 441 sources or your money refunded! Are you bored of the pool? Well it's timeto 17 NOTICESParents
chael. 6.14314Independent ALSO INDOOR PISTOL RANGE Guaranteedl! COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP have fun while you get sun. Rent a jet
HANDICAP FACILITIESFree ski at unbeatable prices 336.6503. 6- get ready for summer Fun for
LOCATORS PO Box 1881', Joplin, MO
Distributors wanted with op- 648021881.' 417-624-0362. 8.20.22.15Cancun ,. .3-5' $S on Sundays 8p lOp.. Teen nits, includes -
portunity lor advancement to area, regional Membership to Let's Get Physical unlimited bowling shoes, mini-
', and national director poaltlons. when you sign a yrs lease at the FrederIck MexicoIsland of Isle Myers. 3/1 LADIES MAKE MONEY. We buy and sell golf & a hotdog or pretzel w/ a med soda.

Fantastic Income opportunity lor motivated Garden Apts. Come by and see us. condo wks 7/7-7/14 or 714721. 1 wk good used clothing. Call Second Act. Starts June 17 at Alley Katz. 6-14-4-17
We have 1 bdr apts. available now startingat 6-12-1-15'
Individuals! Our goal Is to put gold $500, 2 wks $950. call 372-3336 or 338- 373-8527.
back In the hands ol the American people. $300. Stop by we're close to campusat 0004 aft 7p. 619815Rox 18 RIDES
Our commitment Is to help you get your 1 1130 SW 16 Ave or call us at 3727555. Craig? with mother named Volvo? Your
6-21-4-15' uncle Lt. James used to live In {. .
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12 ALLIGATOR,THURSDAY,JUNE 14.1990SPORTS







I I Cuong Nhu 'back to roots' at UP I Ryan not yet


ready to
By MIKE SCHULTZ Cuong Nhu for 8 years and an go
instructor at the UF club school.
Alligator Writer
"The soft styles involve flowing,
The theme for this year's balance and harmony," he said. out to pastureFor
Cuong Nhu Martial Arts Summer
Camp was"back to our roots", so Gannon said the words
it was only fitting that the event "cuong" and "nhu" mean "hard" 23 years he baffled major league
was held in Gainesville, Cuong and "soft" in Vietnamese.Also hitters, but lately... Hold on. Whaaaaaat?
Nhu's national headquarters and r yyJe He threw a WHAT? Nolan Ryan didn't
birthplace of the martial art stylein unique is Cuong Nhu's throw another no-hitter the other night,
the United States 19 years ago. emphasis on philosophical and did he?
l". The summer camp brought spiritual ideals. Cuong Nhu's essence But, but it was my turn to write a pieceon
350 students of Cuong Nhu to the seems to come in striking the grand and finished career of
Florida Gym over the Memorial balances and achieving har the one-time Texas flame thrower. Did that
Day weekend. Accomplishedblack mony. rascal really toss another one?
belts and novice white belts Leave it td Ryan, making just his second
trained side by side in the many Gannon said the philosophy is start after a 15-day stint on the disabledlist
disciplines of the Cuong Nhu embodied in the principle of the to shut up all the nay-sayers and
style. three "0" s: open mind, open reassert himself as one of the top pitchersin
Jim DeStephens, a Gainesville heart and open arms, and added the sport.
cardiologist and instructor of that the attitude of openness allows Leave it to Ryan to ruin what had the
Cuong Nhu, said both student Cuong Nhu to evolve and makings of one heck of a nice farewell
and teacher benefit from the adapt in a changing world. Run column.
training camp. ning is one example of Cuong
"A black belt is only the begin Nhu's willingness to change. Gregg Doyel!
ning," said DeStephens, quotinga BLEACHER

Cuong Nhu aphorism. "Whenwe Ngo had once urged his son to BUMRyan
teach, we also learn about
abandon running as a form of
what teach in much
we more- training. But the boy refused to
I
depth." threw his sixth career no-hitter-
quit, so Ngo decided to find out
extending his major league record-Mon
Ngo Dong created the Cuong more about his son's interest. He.
Nhu style 25 years ago in Viet discovered oriental masters had day night against Oakland.
nam. Ngo came to Gainesville in used running to build strengthand That's Oakland, as in world champion
1971,and while earning a doctor endurance. Oakland, hailed the American League's
ate in entomology at UF he newest dynasty, a throwback to the A's of
opened a school to teach his the early 1970s that won games in bushels.
unique style of martial arts. Today, running is required at OK, so he did it without having to face
Today Ngo,or Master Dong as Cuong Nhu schools,and Ngo has the A's usual No. 2, 3 and 4 hitters -
he is called by his students, hasa become a running enthusiast. Carney Lansford,Jose Canseco and Mark
following of 1,500 students in McGwire.But .
26 schools across the nation. Success in Cuong Nhu comesin who hit in their place Larry, Curly
One of the things that makes reaching one's full potential.As and Moe? That was a bona fide no-hitter.

the Cuong Nhu style unique is its And just in time to snap any talk that it's
combination of hard and soft mar Ngo once said, "I am not time for him to move on, that just maybeeven
tial arts. happy if I have not done my bestor he had gotten too old to play the
The hard styles are those that reached my maximum potential ROBY PAGE -ALLIGATOR game.
involve punching and kicking," physically, mentally and spir Karl Eckberg demonstrates the butterfly sword for Cuong And it was done in dominating fashion.
said Andy Gannon, a student of itually." Nhu. Ryan struck out 14 Oakland batters, extending
his major league record of 10 or
more in a game to 201, while walking two.
I Foster gets his feet wet as UF swim coach The win puts Ryan within six of 300.

Actually, before Monday, it did seem
In 1981, Foster received a call to see him." Foster said. 'They all get along Ryan was indeed fading away, that time
CHERYL BOSSEN
By Alligator Writer from Randy Reese, then UF's Foster feels pressure to make real well, and I think they will had finally caught. up with baseball's oldest
swim coach-to-be, and was in- sure one of the nation's mostsuccessfui want to stay together.To active player.
Skip Foster was 4 years old vited to visit. Foster didn't know swimming programs maintain the confidence He had struggled his last five times out,
when he took his first dip in the what to expect. Reese hired him, doesn't slip.Foster level of the team, Foster's strat- posting an 0-3 record with an 8.66 ERA.
**" pool. Forty-two years later, he's and the pair began to work to- said the team memberswere egy is to keep the swim team Just last Wednesday, Ryan gave up five
taking his first dip in a larger pool gether. working as hard as ever, using runs in five innings against Oakland.But .
extremely disappointedwith
coaching UFs highly-ranked "When the university built the Reese's departure. the work ethic Reese had Instilled Monday against the A's, Ryan was
swimming program.A O'Connell Center and put money for the past decade. He the Ryan of old, as in 1973 old, when he
member of the JacksonvilleBolles into the swimming program,they "There is some possibility that plans to make only slight threw his first no-hitter, that one coming
swim team, Foster claimshe needed an assistant coach ,so some of the kids will leave and changes in the current swim pro- against Kansas City. He added one more
was just a "run-of-the-mill" here I was," Foster said. transfer,but I think for the most gram'- none that can be visible. later that year against Detroit, no-hit Min
swimmer. He graduated from Foster never thought he'd part,most of them will stay here," nesota in 1974 and blanked Baltimore in
FSU In. 1969 and immediatelytook leave the prep swim program. 1975.
a job at'a Ft. Myers high "There's something about Schools consider SEC He waited 7 years before hurling his
.4- school,coaching football,basket-. dealing with kids that are 15, 16 record-breaking fifth no-hitter against Los
ball and swimming.But and 17 because you have a lot of Athletic directors at' 'Arkansas, Miami :and FSU. say their Angeles in 1981 Ryan, then a member of
once Foster realized his influence on their lives," Foster schools would consider joining the expanding Southeastern the National .League's Houston Astros,
strength was coaching swim- said. "When you get them at the Conference if the league extended an invitation. moved one ahead of Sandy Koufax.
ming, he gravitated toward It. age when they come to UF, 'When the SEC announced two weeks ago that'it would look Ryan's performance was the'latest In a
"I never sat down and said, 'I they're already great swimmers.: (into expansion immediately, the' trio of. schools admitted. to rash of no-hit fever that has struck the
,f, want to be a major college swim Foster now has the responsi- curiosity,but nothing more. American League. Mark Langston and
coach,'" Foster said. "I just bility of taking over as head Now expansIon is takii gthe'NCAA by storm. The Big"10:'. Mike Witt combined to no-hit Seattle on
wanted to coach and I figured it coach and must deal with that :added Penn State earlier this year; and the Big 8 and Southwest. ',,. April 11, and Seattle's Randy.Johnson no-
would take me somewhere." pressure. After nine years at UF, Conferences have mentioned a, possible merger:,, *fy"I hit Detroit on June 2.
Foster moved to Winter Park he begins his 10th year with a think re-alignment (of""major conferences) Is inevitable,";t So the question ts, when will Ryan stop
High as swim coach. The next new title, head coach. But Foster LSU Athletic: Director Joe_I Dean said. -This. Is.something! of' a .making baseball's elite look like they're
'year they won the state championship feels uncomfortable about the cir- : .television-driven I thngr; ; : : 'waving nothing more than butterfly nets?
,During his eight years at cumstances. *Miami Athletic'Director Sam J i vlcl1"lard his.school i 1s j If he continues to play until he's 65,will
.*" Winter Park, his teams won five "Randy's resignation was a big >interested In 100Wnc Into joMtrr r.the SBC.:":' : :." o{'_ ,; Mt he be forced to retire?
men's. and four women's champi- shock to everybody,." he said. "I 3rs" r sr'' ALLISATOR.. '
onships. keep looking around expecting ; rM p; "- t :i "*- ..STAFF_!REPORT; : OK Isn't, that's it? silly.

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