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Language: English
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Creation Date: July 10, 1990
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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 165 TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1990 a a O

I Football player arrested for hitting police officer I IBy I

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Police believe fights began out- out paying or refusing to show a Gainesville residents sometimes tors met with athletes and black
DEBBIE CENZIPER side the fraternity house when people stamp which would have proved he crash fraternity parties, both fraternity and sorority memberslast
Alligator Staff Writer wanted to enter the party had already paid, she said. witnesses and Lockard identified year after two fights broke out
UF football player Mike Kerr without paying first, Tipton said. Phi Beta Sigma treasurer Ken Kerr. within two months.
was arrested Sunday evening and She said Kerr, involved in the Hamilton said police arrested the Kerr, a former member of the Football coach Steve Spurrierwas
charged with disorderly conduct pushing and shoving, hit Lockardand wrong man. He said he watchedthe minority police advisory committee out of town Monday, but re-
and hitting a police officer, said UF ran. Lockard started to chase outbreak and Kerr was only would not give many details leased a statement through the UF
police spokeswoman Angie Tipton. Kerr, but had to stop to break up trying to get other football playersout Monday about his case. sports information."I .
Kerr, a sophomore linebacker, other fights. No one was injured, of the fraternity house and "No man, no man, it's no big
hit officer Gary Lockard shortly but the UF police and AEPi frater- away from trouble. Kerr didn't hit deal," Kerr said. "That's all been apologize that another embarrassing
Incident has occurred in-
after 1 am. Saturday outside the nity members shut the party down. the officer, he said. taken care of." volving Florida football players.
witnesses Hamilton described black man, Student Services Dean James
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house, After questioning Both players have been suspended
where Phi Beta Sigma was havinga Lockard identified Kerr Sunday at about 5-foot-11, 215 pounds and Scott said his office will investigatethe indefinitely pending the investigation. -
party, Tipton said. Kerr is not a Yon Hall, where he was arrested. wearing a dark shirt, as the man incident Disciplinary actions If proven guilty, I can assure
member of Phi Beta Sigma frater UF football player Greg Grandison who hit Lockard. Hamilton said he could range from a reprimand that they will never again wear
also was involved in the inci- saw the man,whose name he didn't expulsion,depending on the viola- you the and blue to represent
nity.Kerr spent Sunday night in the dent, but was not charged, Tipton know,stand over Lockard.while he tion, he said. the University orange of Florida."
was lying on the ground, and say, isn't the first inci-
Alachua County jail and was re- said. It appeared that Grandisonwas Kerr's arrest
leased without bail Monday morn- one of the people either tryingto "You'd better stay out of my face." dent involving UF athletes and Alligator writer Mike Schultz I
ing. No court date has been set. gain entrance to the party with- Tipton said that although black fraternities. UF administra- contributed to this report.

f Studentsworried

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Cott i1YM nittYr AXIS MF INC M r sill I *A! ghetto planBy

Alligator Writer
Some Student Ghetto residents say they
fear the cost of renovating old buildings I
could drive up their rent and force them to
look for housing elsewhere.
Renovation of the Student Ghetto has
been a concern of city leaders for more than
20 years. During the 1960s and 70s, com-
missioners were concerned with winter
transients in the neighborhood. In the
1980s, commissioners addressed some of
the area's poor building conditions.The .
issue resurfaced again last Monday
night when city commissioners received a
consultant's plan from the College Park
Neighborhood Association that outlines a
E. ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR renovation design for the ghetto.The association
Protesters at Lltchfield's Butler Plaza Cinemas held up signs Saturday night to turn away movie-goers and make passing is made up of business, religiousand
motorists aware of the rape controversy.Litchfield ., civic leaders in the ghetto area.
The new plan is not as drastic as the plan
national considered several years ago.There are no
protest may get pressBy plans for a parking garage, grocery storeor
other large businesses. But commissioners -
DEBBIE CENZIPER Kraft nor her co-workers were given their Protesters yelled, "Rape is not a job are considering some changes that
Alligator Staff Writer jobs back. Managers have refused to com- description," and "When are you going to could affect the low-rent character of the
ment and the main office in South Carolina listen to us?"to two theater managers who ghetto;; including more small businesses,
More than 100 energetic protesters has not returned phone calls. would not speak to protesters or reporters. stricter code enforcement and higher
crowded the grounds around Utchfield's "Inside Edition,",a nationally syndicated Protest coordinator Erica Merchant said taxes.
Butler Plaza Cinemas Saturday night, TV news magazine, filmed Saturday's protest NOW wants theater officials to stop ignor- Margaret Joyner, a UF agronomy grad-
shouting"corporate rape" to theater man- and will interview NOW members next ing them and change managerial policiesand uate student and resident of the area, said
agers and movie-goers and displaying :week. With the possibility of national coverage employee grievance procedures.NOW some improvements need to be made in
signs that demanded a theater boycott. Merchant said theater officials finally also wants theater officials to apologize the Student Ghetto, especially to buildingsthat
The protest was the biggest since may be realizing the protests won't for their "sexist" reactions to the al- pose fire hazards, but not at the ex-
Gainesville's National Organization for ,stop until changes are made. leged rape Merchant said.If .
Women began protesting outside the the- NOW protesters were joined by Gainesville policy changes are made, hopefully see Ghetto, page 5
aters three months ago, after employee residents Saturday and,because more problems such as employee harassment,
Melinda Kraft and other co-workers were people showed up than organizers ex- intimidation of employees by managersand correction j k
laid off when they.announced they were pected, last-minute extra signs were madeat inappropriate managerial procedurescould \
sexually harassed by former Assistant, the protest. Passing cars honked, sup- be stopped in the future, Merchantsaid. A hate-crime incident described on this
Manager Lynn W. Nicely. porters signed their names to a petition page Thursday was actually two separate
Although Nicely was arrested April 17 and passers-by,showed "thumbs up" support events. A quote also was incorrectly attrib-
see Protest, page 4 uted to Jenny Brown of Community Against
n arged with the, rape of Kraft,neither signals.
Hate Crimes on this page Thursday.


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Program facilitators needed to present a Taking Chaperones needed for a camp-out in Gainesville

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meets tonight at 6 in Reitz Union afternoon at 5:45: at 16 NW 18th group of Alcoholics Anonymousmeets plecles_ _

Room 349.Everyone is welcome. Call St. Price is $2.75 for Hillel membersand every Thursday evening at you lwith
Randy, 336-7711. $3.25 for students. Call 372- 8:30: in Reitz Union Room 357. Call together ffor aFRE

Mlnkensus: Campus Polling Inc. 2900. Pat 335-1796. J
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Walk on water The UF Water Ski welcome. Call Brian 377-9781. from 8 am. to 5 p.m., 378-6517. J WHERE: Gaines till UjJniversity
Club is having a mandatory meeting Give It a shot: UF students can Quake relief: Iranian Students are
Tuesday night at 8 for all drivers and 'get the required second measles accepting donations of tents ( Center Hqtel
drivers-in-training in Reitz Union vaccination at the Student Health medicine blankets, lighting and
Room B-70. Call Dirk, 336-4052 or Care' Center every weekday of the money for the earthquake victims in WHEN; Wed., July 11 (g) 7:30: P.M.call .

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By CARRIE SEGAL dent Body Vice President Kevin
Alligator Writer Mayeux, who authored the bill.
Tompkins said the bill will just
Student senators will hold a final "put into law" what Mayeux, who
vote tonight to decide whether to' heads the cabinets, has always re-
spend $19,000 to build walkways quired of the directors.SG .
for disabled people Lake Wau- cabinets include multicultural : -
burg. affairs and health and environ-
The walkways are part of a bill mental affairs. The directors also I
that would give another $5,000 to work with campus and Gainesville
rebuild a pavilion at the lake. officials to bring changes to the I,

Senate Budget and Finance community.. 7 ''. ilk ka M1 I
Chairman Chris Tompkins said be- In other business, senators will 'kx )
cause people can get so much use decide if they want to allocate I
out of the new walkways, the bill $75,000 to UFs Career Resource
will probably pass without much Center for equipment for new Interview II

debate. cubicles. t }I

Senators also will decide if Stu- Senate will also discuss a bill,
dent Government's cabinet directors authored by Student Body Trea-
should be held more surer David Stern, that would stop
accountable to students by mandat- UF's 19 college councils from
ing directors to hold at least five being double-funded by the Board
office hours each week. of College Councils and SG. If

"This bill will ensure the passed, councils will only be able TENIELLE IODU
cabinet's responsibility to the stu- to get money from the BOCC, not Cool canine

dents at this university," said Stu- SG.Promotions Thomas Williamson, 4, tries to help his grandmother's dog, Chauncey, stay cool at

Summerfest's "bandsmash" held at the UF Bandshell Saturday afternoon. The temper-
help beat I ature reached 99 degrees.


seasonal profit slumpBy I Blood dries up in summerBy

NEIL GALLOW ily affected during the summer. donated, said campus donor consultant Bill Logan.
"Business is down about 50
percent Last when the center
Alligator Writer summer, experienced an
Alligator Writer
during the day Shaara said. emergency shortage,it notified the media and asked
While half of UF's students Shaara said he is fighting summer Gainesville's main blood bank faces shortages in donors to come in. Within minutes, donors walked
enjoy their summer away from losses by running more spe- the summer, when more than half of UF's students into the center Dramis said.
school and out of the classrooms, cials than he normally runs duringthe go home, said a Civitan Regional Blood Center Extra blood drives in the summer bring students
Gainesville businesses suffer from fall and spring semesters. To official. into the center and they balance the absent donors,
dwindling profits and struggle justto attract customers, Shaara has Civitan public'relations director Jane Dramis said she said.

break even. added special nights during the the blood bank serves 24 medical facilities in a Students donate about 18,000 pints of blood each '
Stores that depend primarily on summer such as 2-for-l drinks on 17-county region and needs at least 200 donors each year, 'and UPs fraternity and sorority members

students, especially those located Tuesday nights. day to meet blood demands.But make up Civitan's largest donor group, said Todd {
closest to campus, lose the most Other businesses, such as res- when students-who make up 30 percent ofCivitan' Foster, Civitan's assistant to the.managing director.
money, according to John taurants can't for the
really plan
donors home for the the
go summer
Schuessler of the "We rely on (Greeks) so much in Spring and Fall
owner Acropolis Tom Neal of Sub-
summer. owner center experiences dangerous shortages, Dramis
semesters they supply all the blood for all the
100 NW 13th St Schuessler'sstore
way at 112 NW 13th SL, says his said. "
branches Foster said.
sells shirts and accessories
business is affected most becauseit
The number of donors down about 20
for fraternities and sororities. Is so close to campus. are percent Regardless of who donates blood, a shortage
during the summer, Dramis said. affects all of the medical centers Civitan sends bloodto
"I have been in college-oriented business is down about 40
"My Civitan combats its shortages by holding promotional Dramis said.. When there's not enough blood,
businesses all of my life, and the percent during the summer," Neal and blood she said. .
events extra drives, the center imports blood from other centers, such
bottom just always drops right out
said.The In mid-June the center held a campus blood drive, as the St Johns County Blood Bank in St Augustine.see I
during the summer., Schuesslersaid. best solution for cutting "
"Dog Days of Summer, that brought in 205 pints of
losses is to have a good marketing blood,when only 12 pints normally would have been Civitan, page 4
Many Gainesville businesses strategy, Neal said.

don't plan for summer and they Mark Newman, manager of' Racial argument leads to shooting arrest I IA
don't realize how slow Gainesvillecan Leonardo's Pizza at 1245 W. Uni- j

get, he said. versity Ave., also said he believesin racial t argument Friday after- Gainesville police spokeswoman roommate and an acquaintance of i;\
"You have to plan for the sum- a different marketing strategy to noon escalated from name callingto Lt Sadie Darnell.The shooting oc- Carnell's, wrestled Carnell to the
mer in any college town," minimize his losses. gunfire, leaving a white High curred on the second floor of the ground after several shots were .
Schuessler said. "In my business, "In the past we were more stu-' Springs man in.jail and a black 17th Street Tower Apartments,207 fired, she said. 1\
it takes me three months in the fall dent oriented," Newman said. Gainesville man in stable conditionat NW 17th St.William No other injuries were reported. .
to make up for three bad monthsin "Now we are building a wider Alachua General Hospital, C. Carnell, 37, went Carnell was taken to the Alachua
the summer." customer base to bring more people Gainesville police said. downstairs to his pickup truck afteran County jail, where he was being ,

Andy Shaara; owner of the Purple into the restaurant"see Roynell Ross, 34, was shot once argument with Ross, returned held Monday on $150,000 bail, a I .
Porpoise at 1728 W. University Business, 5 in the upper left portion of the with a rifle and shot Ross, Darnell jail spokesman said.MIKE '\,
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WASHINGTON (UPI)) A Washington res- which had been wrapped in a dollar bill at a .
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Barry snort cocaine as early as February 1985 at the gave the bill to Mr. Mayor. He opened it up
restaurant he managed and that Barry also used and asked me if I had a credit card said Mohammadi."He = Sur-Tan =
powder cocaine at his home. took it from the edge of the credit card.
Hassan Mohammadi testified that after using Barry also "made a straw" out of the dollar and = =
cocaine with another man, Barry gave a 10-minute snorted the drug, Mohammadi testified. 0 INDOOR TANNING Nom' .
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Barry's trial entered its sixth week Monday. 1989, and testified as part of a plea agreement. SPfan| 372-7862 Plaza West (behind
Mohammadi said he saw Barry snort cocaine into "Who was it you conspired with to possess cocaine?" Western Sizzlin)
his nose with another man, Samad Arshadi, at a room asked assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Roberts. 'Single Sessbn-i i r 1 Week Unlimil rt Month Unlimited r 1 1S5.00
above Pardi's. "Mr. Mayor said Mohammadi. I I ,
Arshadi once owned two city nightclubs, includinga Lydia Pearson, a self-described former drug dealer L.!. :...7121150! : L ,pons ;:J |L.35.-.1)
former 14th Street go-go club called This is It, the and recovering cocaine addict, testified Friday Barry
place where Barry was first publicly linked to drugs. bought crack from her 25 times between July and I....:.........................

After Barry attended a Christmas party at the seedy September of 1988.

This is It club, which featured nude dancers, in 1981 cross-examination Monday,Pearson said she Back.:To':School l Means::'Back:'ToChesnut's ':.
District of Columbia police investigated reports Barrywas used cocaine as recently as June 8, sold drugs more :

seen snorting cocaine.No charges were ever filed. than 300 times to more than a dozen clients and often .. .. .. ForSUPE1 .::SAVINGS... ..
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PROTESTfrom "It's embarrassing that our gov- Scott Swetnam determined Alvin PXB PORTABLE Rapldomatlc
ernor has put us on the map" movie-goer and UF animal science Parallel Edge Mechanical Pencils
page 1 Wheat said. "We don't hear about senior,said he wasn't going to boycott .
Jacksonville and Orlando's this kind of thing in the rest of the the theater as the picketers Drawing Boards
NOW chapters are protesting country. The rules are different urged because he didn't think it
Litchfield theaters in their areas here. "The rules ought to be the would make a difference."By I

also she said. same. me not going,what does that
One protester, County Commis- UF history professor David Chal do?" he asked. S
sioner Penny Wheat, said it's un- mers said he saw an announcement -U TM .5mm, .7mm and Omm tips
fortunate that Gainesville has been about the protest in chalk on the But Merchant said the protest to
put on the map for the theater's Turlington Hall steps and decidedto change the theater's managerial SIze Us! n tsc.MSALE
faulty reaction to the alleged rape. join the fight. The theater has policies is everyone's struggle.And 20x26 $65.50 38.30 $4.88
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Wheat said. said. and children supported 31x42 $112.00 $61.60 Aug. 16ItDowntown h.
Merchant's theory.
Under Gov. Bob Martinez's administration The management is stupid
,the"rules"about rape Chalmers said. 'They've failed in "It's a struggle for all workers to CI: _
and proper procedures are different every way possible to respond, be- have a safe working environmentand
from the rest of the country, cause in corporate America, this is more importantly a comfort Butler Plaza Market Place Vest ate
she said. not worth taking action. able work environment said. 372-8421 374-8812 378-2781' 378-1200

CIVITANfrom shortage may occur she said. between 9 am and 2 p.m., at Wel-
mer Hall between 9 am and 3
In the summer,bloodmobiles- p.m.
page 3 where 60 percent of the center's and at Maguire Village between 4 Is Myrtle missing? Locate

Blood shortages can't always be donors give blood are on campus and 7 p.m., her in, Lost*and Found in ..1
a few days a week. On 13 the bloodmobile
timed, Dramis said. If there's a July win
liver transplant in November,even The Civitan bloodmobile will be be at the Infirmary between 10 am the alligator classifieds..
when students are in school .a .at UF July 12 at Turlington Hall and 3p.m.



GHETTOfrom alternatives for students. 'Goldstein said the greatest dan- your dorms," Collier said. They BUSINESS
"Students are the main housing ger to improvements in the Student should be based on financial need t
1 from 3
page market for this area and this plan Ghetto is the possibility of city and rather than a lottery system. page
of low-cost limit their to the consolidation.He .
pense housing. might access county government Andy Shaara, owner of the Purple
if increases" said if the referendum And his strategy is working,
Joyner said commissionersshould neighborhood rent September Porpoise, said he doesn't believe -
consider "social conse- Johnson said. "If I was looking fora passes, ghetto residents' the plan will do anything to Newman said."WeVe .
quences" before accepting the place to live I'd be concerned. voices could be lost in the shuffle. alleviate the violence and loitering I
plan., They may be targeting higher rent Nathan Collier, owner of the re- attributed to the Purple Porpoisearea. cleaned up the place
students." named College Park Apartments, and made it more of a place ev-
"Most people have to work while Former Mayor-Commissioner said the essence of the plan is eryone wants to eat at," he said.
going to school just to make ends "Business is only off about 20
Mark Goldstein helped initiate the redevelopment not development "It seems anytime there's violence
meet, she said. "If you eliminatethe percent this summer,as opposedto
new plan and said it involves reha- in the area, they (the com-
possibility of reasonable rent, bilitation rather than renovation. "If they removed 100 units in the mission) blame the bars," Shaara larger numbers last summer."
then exile of these
people.you Where may are some they going to "They'll be no widening of the neighborhood be amazed,"Col- said. "What are they going to do, But summer still hurts many
find if them streets, no burger joints and no lier said. "Dilapidated housing is close down the bars? The kids businesses, especially those that
housing price out
of the area?" you grocery stores," Goldstein said. your worst value for the dollar.." come here to have a good time and are not prepared,Schessler said.
This preserves what we already Collier said affordable housing after they leave they like to stand
David Johnson, a microbiologysenior had.It will remove the poorer prop- should be UFs concern. around and talk for a while.There's The sad thing about summerin
said the Student Ghetto is erties, but maintain the characterof "If your concern is truly afford- more violence among non-stu- Gainesville is that businesses
one of the few inexpensive housing the neighborhood." able housing, then take a look at dents than students. don't prepare for It."


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ghetto a fw ti t.f .

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Gainesville's ghetto has a different connotation than

most cities. When you talk about most ghettos, you pic- 1 "

ture a group of people living under the worst conditions,
just trying to get through each day. : ';t;'( Zr:' :' .

But the ghetto behind West University Avenue con-

jures up a much different picture. The houses aren't as

beautiful as they could be, although most people there
don't really mind. t

That's because they're students. For most of them, the

Student Ghetto is a stopover until they get their degrees.

And during the four or more years that takes, they have

chosen to live in this area where they are surrounded by <

their peers. ..Q

Chosen. That's right. They chose to live in this place,

with its broken sidewalks and alley-like streets. Why? Be-

cause it's cheap. Because it's right across the street from People misinformed about group

UF. Because most buildings there don't look exactly like -
the ones next to them. And because most of their friends In the poetic but misplaced words of Mr. Casalein
live there too. his July 3 letter to the editor, railing on a numberof -* Nikitah Okembe Imani
campus organizations, including my own, won't S
City commissioners are considering a plan that would somebody stop this idiocy? PEAKING OUT

change the way the ghetto looks. It would have more First, I must warn individuals like Mr. Casale that minded and our membership is open to all We would
trees, better sidewalks and cleaner, prettier houses. there is such a legal term as slander. The Loyal welcome an observer's critique of our organization,
Commissioners haven't made any decisions about what Fraternal Order has threatened no one!Such Intimida- because we think that is the key to reversing the
tion is against the notion of freedom of speech and
that surrounds Mr. Casaleis
exactly they want done, but plans that have been dis- ideas that facilitate the organization itself. ignorance our objective..
welcome to conduct that
cussed for the past few years include building businessesso The only role that the Loyal Order played in the investigation.Our
"secret mission? The political, social, and
that people who live in the area wouldn't need a car. situation involving the resignation of the White Student
economic empowerment of the black Asiatic com-
Another possible idea is building more homes per acre, Union's adviser was in detailing for him the munity. That's no secret.
evidence we had (available to all -we distributed it
make the most "efficient" of the land.
to use on campus); that the organization had ties to white' Our tools? Education, initiative and the creation of
One major problem with the redevelopment idea is that supremacist organizations, and the risk that servingas alternative social structures designed to serve our
someone is going to have to pay for it. an adviser to such an organization necessarily needs in the context of a multicultural society.

Even if the city pays for the area's redevelopment, that entails. Our creed? Non-violent self-defense. Cadets carry
Mr. Schneider's reasons for departing have been lethal with them at all times. Their brains.
cost is going to be passed on to the landowners, who will detailed by him in an article printed in The GainesvilleSun weapons
have no choice but to pass it on to residents students, and in a letter that he wrote and that we will WSU is endangered,not because of some supposed
the people least prepared to absorb yet another extra cost. make available on campus this week. threats, but because of their leadership's inability to
Let reiterate the fact that do admit and face the consequences of the facts.,
Students weVe talked to say they wouldn't mind if the me we not object to
city decided to clean up the ghetto. But they would mindif the views of WSU per se, and we will defend their And finally, to our friends at WSU. We have never
right to free speech as well as else's. been intendto
anyone challenged to an"open forum. Nor do we
that cleanup came at the price of higher rent.
But be there no mistake;we will not sit idly by and start now.
The cleanup most students are talking about is a allow the legitimation of groups espousing racism and
You welcome and cometo
simple one getting rid of only the worst houses and correspondent violence in the communities that we yours are, but your affiliations our meetings with certain we groups

widening the roads necessary to get emergency vehicles serve across the country.We means that you are in no position to dictate terms to
through.The oppose the WSU's interaction with white us. We challenged you to a debate:" repeatedlyand -
supremacist groups, their cloture of meetings to
ghetto has character. Many people say they like preclude discussion, their espousal of scientifically you refused.
knowing almost everyone around them, and they would disproven theories of"cultural deficiency"and a"civil We will not give you the satisfaction of using us
hate having the ghetto made "efficient" with many-story rights reign of terror."I hope that Mr. Casale will joinus as a public relations tooL Have an open forum of your
apartment buildings and underground parking. in this fightMoreover own on the subject. we will be there.

Cleanup of the Student Ghetto has been a Gainesville ,I hope he comes to a meeting of Project Nikitah Okembe Imani is commandant. of the Loyal
99-Gainesville and learns
we are not closed. Fraternal Order of the 99.
issue for years, but with the recent release of a consulting '
firm's study on how to best go about redevelopment, com- I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

missioners may be close to making their final decision.We .

hope students will continue to let commissionersknow Kid's game calleda Searching for an answer, explanation hope for society Is that most
or maybe someone to parents can justifiably, defend
how they feel about this issue. We also hope com- blame? '
themselves with come
missioners listen and don't dismiss the students's com- dangerous killer Well, it can be summed up fa back such as, "I didn't a snappy teach you

ments. Remember, they're the ones who live there. Editor: Hey, it's summertime by three simple words: "Dungeons to rob graves!"
.my calendar never mind the and Dragons." The game which, A lot of teen-agers today, especially
solstice., School's out, the soil is requires an imagination that has "dudes," are' cruising for
alligator Editor ripe for tilling and you know what proven deadly In the past, hauntsus 'scholarships to the Bo/i Ranch.
Judy A. Plunkett .that means. It's' graverobbing once again.:Of course, imagination -' Several times a week I find myself
is something that can come In' get a
Editor Opinions Editor season. screaming, "Lady,willYou
Managing really handy in children's prison. grip on your kid?"
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella At least it is for some "heavy- Some parents even dare to ask, AH I'm really trying to say is:
metal dude types" in Lake City." It "Where did.you learn that?* ,Parents, guardians,,,teachers
Letters Policy looks like they've, got too much ,, The kids'practiced resPonse is, I whoever is in charge for the moment
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-lO page) They should be ) ,
typed, double-tpaced end all '*f. They ihould Include a typed name address and telephone time on one hand and a shovel in "From you,okay? I learned it from get a grip on your kid.
number. Name will be withheld IT the writer. shows just cause, If you have any questions call the other. I guess these new-age watching you." ,Melody J. WaMonGtalMsvlll
the editorial' page editor at 37M43S! '
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I UF's Alcohol Guidelines Summarized ; I

Include Rules For Frats Sororities '

UP 'students, faculty and staff are With the permission of Assistant Vice door areas of the campus. Alcoholic "
reminded that the sale, service and con- President for University Relations Jack Bat- beverages may not be served or con- 1
sumption of alcoholic beverages on cam- tenfield, the service and consumption of sumed at social events held in conjunction -
Produced!by tic Information and Publications Services 355. pus must be within the guidelines alcohol at special events is permitted in with fraternity "rush" or any
Tigert Hall official and paid notices toe at usual and Important advertising Information rates' to communicate to established by:federal and state law and certain designated facilities on campus. A organized drive to recruit students on
students faculty and staff Call 392 0188'for information municipal and county ordinances. UF's list of those facilities is on file in the Of- campus. Social events held by student
Campus 'Alcohol and Drug Resource fice of University Relations. Serving and groups that are open to the public) and in
Center, within the Office for Student Ser- consumption of alcoholic beverages are which alcoholic beverages are sold and
vices, 124 Tigert Hall, has copies of UF's also permitted in public meeting areas of consumed are permitted only after per-
UPD Officer Alcohol Policy and Guidelines. A sum- University housing and fraternity and mission is obtained from the Office for
mary of the policy, which includes UF's sorority houses at activities sponsored by Student Services(student organizations,
Harvey rules concerning the sale, service and con- student groups, under applicable Univer- fraternities and sororities)or the Directorof
MontgomeryPromoted sumption of alcohol on campus and in sity rules. Serving for private consumptionis Housing (residence halls, student
fraternity and sorority houses, follows. acceptable within the private rooms of groups) and only under applicable.
To CaptainUniversity Alcoholic beverages may be sold, individuals residing- in University housingor University rules.University .
served and consumed, as differentiatedfrom in fraternity and sorority houses, if consumers rules also place certain
Police Chief Everett Stevens
merely served and consumed,at the are of legal
age. restrictions
on student-sponsored events
has announced the of
promotion Harvey University Golf dub and designatedareas The sale, service or consumption of alcoholic distributors.
the of involving beverage
Montgomery to captain. of the Reitz Union, including the alcoholic beverages is not allowed in
Montgomery has served as'a lieutenant Orange and Brew. classrooms, laboratories, offices and out- Any student, student group or em-
with UPD since 1985. ployee of the University who is found to
Montgomery serves as Division Com- be in violation of the law of the University -
mander over Education and Training. CIRCA Offers Non-Credit Computer alcohol policy shall be subject to

Before joining UPD, Montgomery was a disciplinary action by the University
sergeant and training coordinator for the Classes For Students During Summer B For more information about UF's

Alachua County Sheriff's Department.He Alcohol Policy and Guidelines, contact
also worked as an investi ator for the UF's Center for Instructional and Research Computing Activities (CIRCA) is offer- Harriet Pila, assistant director of the Cam-'
8th Circuit State Attorney Office in ing non-credit computer classes for students during Summer B Term. The classes meet pus Alcohol and Drug Resource Center,
Gainesville. in the CIRCA microcomputer XT lab in 211 'Computer Sciences and Engineering at 392-1261. I
Montgomery served in the U.S. Air Building. Each class is limited to 24 students and will provide hands-on experienceon
Force and was decorated for his actionsin mM PC/XT/ computers. \
Viet Nam. He received the Gainesville Admission to class is by ticket. Tickets, which cost$15, are available from the Univer-
Civitan's "Heroism Award" in 1975 for sity Box Office located in the Reitz Union.The box office is open 9:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. Peer Counselors \L
reviving a 4-year-old drowning victim.A weekdays during the summer. Tickets maybe exchanged but cannot be refunded. All
1964 graduate of Gainesville High course materials will be provided. Sponsor Weekly ;
School, Capt. Montgomery received an Classes offered are as follows: I
associate of arts degree from Santa Fe INTRODUCTION TO DOS-Section D6:July 17 and 19, 2 to 4 p.m.; Section D7:July Career Workshops .1 :
Community College. He has extensive law' 31 and Aug. 2, 2 to 4 p.m. Intended for users with little or no previous computer ex-
enforcement training, including courses at DOS commands, subdirectories and paths, programs and files. UF's Peer Counselors sponsor weekly
the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA. INTRODUCTION TO WORDPERFECT-Section W6: July 16 and 18, 2 to 4 p.m.; "Career Development Workshops" to
Section W7; July 23 and 25, 7 to 9 p.m.; Section W8: July 30 and Aug. 1, 7 to 9 p.m. help students pinpoint what they want
Division's Intended for users with no experience using a word processing program. Topics in- from their careers and what careers best
clude creating, editing and printing documents; and formatting com- suit their personalities and goals.
Channel 8 Lists EventsStudents mands; introduction to help and reveal codes features; printing enhancements; block- The workshops, held weekly in 311 Little -
operations; and use of the spell checker. Some typing skill is assumed. Hall, are not part of an ongoing series,
can learn what's happeningon INTRODUCTION TO LOTUS 1-2-3-Section L6::July 10 and 12, 8 to 10 a.m.; Sec- but some students choose to attend more
campus and have their activities announced tion L7: July 21, 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m.;' Section L8: July 24 and 26, 2 to 4 than one session. In addition to the t
through the Student informa- p.m. Intended for users with no experience using a spreadsheet program. Topics include workshops, peer counselors offer one-on-" (
tion Channel, Channel 8 on the Divisionof spreadsheet concepts, creating.a spreadsheet, entering data and formulas, and one counseling services.
Housing's cable network. Students in printing a spreadsheet. Workshops are held at different times
residence halls'can tune in to'Channel 8 each week during the summer. To makean

,and watch campus information presented appointment for an individual sessionor
in a bulletin-board format 24 hours a day.In a workshop, contact the Peer Coun-
addition, registered student organizations selors at 392-1575 or in 311 Little Hall.
can have messages put on the The Peer Counselors are supported by
channel at no cost. Commercials, classi- Student Government and the UF Coun-
fied ads, personals or political endorse- seling Center. j
ments are, not accepted, but student
groups can announce their activities andprograms.
.Messages may be phoned in to THISNEXTV /
Channel 8, 392-2161, extension 33, or WEEK
mailed or brought to the Housing Office CAM US S

near Beaty Towers. Messages must coma -
with good,broadcasting practices; ,
8 reserves the right to reject I
messages or edit them for clarity, space
and aesthetics. TODAY
Channel 8 also offers public service an-
nouncements, community activities an'
and instruction in of LUIS
use (Library
nouncements, movies, videotaped classes,'
,student-produced programs and student Users Information Service), 4 p.m., meet
in second-floor lobby area.
awareness programs such as AIDS educa-
tion and alcohol awareness shows. -. ':.1 WEDNESDAYMARSTON

.",,,,.. JaA"; """ ....
Two Lanes Closed On and instruction in use of LUIS (Library j

All-in-One Student IDs .AvailableUniversity Users Information Service), 10 a.m., meet
Newell Drive Extension in second-floor lobby area.
The University Police Department ad" of Florida employee Robert Humphreys prepare a 'video photograph of UP BLOODMOBILE SITE, Corry
freshman Rakhee Patel of Lakeland for her all-in-oneUF identification card.
Incoming 4 to 7 '
vises motorists to avoid the Newell Drive Village p.m.
,extension east of Shands Hospital emery, The new cards,'which currently serve as the official UF picture: ID and library card, CONTINUING"FLOWERS
Construction ,will gradually be expanded to replace residence hall room keys, check cashing cards, '
gency room will beginning be today.two lanes of- vending machine cards, dining service cards, Infirmary cards, football ticket coupons, AND LANDSCAPES," a I
the roadway.crews for the blocking rest of the week.,, :and debit cards.;The ID cards are available from 9 a.m.to 2:30 p.m.weekdays through' show of prints by UP art professor Robert
end mobile unit behind Hall. In addition students Mueller and oil paintings UF professor
limited the of July at a parked Tigert can by
will l be "
to Even the though'there extension; UPD recommends access:that: register for the cards from a.m. to 3:30: p.m.'July 16 through Aug. 3 on the second emeritus Hiram Williams, through July 18 j
motorists alternate routes. For floor of the Rcltz Union. Students should bring their Social Security card picture at the Gainesville Regional Airport, 3400 \
information use; contact more ID and $5. For' more information, contact: Lyn White UF coordinator of stud nt ID, N.E.39th Avenue,5:30: a.m. to 11:45: p.m.,
392-1114. Angie Tipton card systems, at 392MD.UP, ( photo:by Walter Coker)' 'daily.I ..

( The University,Florida is_an_Equal Opporturdry/Afftrautl/ J Action! Institution__ _.'" r f r ,.-. .- .

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4 8, ] ., TUESDAY,JULY 10,1990, ,ALLIGATOR,9 9I

finding the 9' 6 ,err I 'Unlocking' l Florida's"' adoption c record e d lr 1 I

way Florida's' policy-;of tr free;;'access to 'information'; adoptees., S Sachdev explained d the difference as the ;

4 vfl, makes an about face where adoption records.,are adoptive parents'' anxiety.of sharing a child, making:;,
AM Involved.,,The state closes all hearings and proceed' them mote reluctant to give their adopted child. *

ings concerning custody and adoption to anyone not' access,to natural parent information ,
directly involved,'and restricts adoptees access to ,Janice Shaver, an adoption search specialist from
any information identifying their natural parents. North Carolina, said she has helped dozens of adop :

rd, ; t i:; The statutes were intended to protect the natural tees find their parents,and in 98 percent of the cases,
parents,but experts such as Molly Johnson, regional, the natural mothers welcomed contact with their' ,
4 director of the American Adoption'' Congress'saidthe natural child. :
n nIt restrictions go too far, treating adult adopteeslike "A negative reaction is extremely rare," Shaver "
; irresponsible children. .

___ ; ,""We're' working to try and open those records up,, said.Florida has many ways to thwart adoptees interested ,I
It ,she said."."All people have a God-given right to know in obtaining their full ,records.'The only legal

''where' they came from. Lots. of adoptees'get, hung way to open an adoption file-short of a court order .
1 out to dry,: requires consent signatures from both of an'''.'''.
al Under the Florida Adoption Act, adoptees age 18, adoptee's' natural parents and adoptive parents..

or older have the right to view any medical histories, Johnson calls this law""ridiculous for two reasons...

l r 'of social"histories that do not Identify. their natural First,.because it requires that''adoptees,, find their";''
*Lt parents, natural parents without knowing their names, and :
,But studies by Paul Sachdev ,suggest the need to, second, the law ignores the fact that one of the four

A man needing medical information to help his son searchesfor : t 4Lt ,protect natural parents from their children may be ,parents may be dead, so.the document can never.beF;,f'
k ik ,exaggerated. Sachdev found that 88 percent of all properly signed,, I
his natural and finds he not adopted but stolenBY r j birth mothers surveyed favored release of informa-' The law makes no provision for obtaining, slgna-'"
parents was tion identifying them to their,natural children., tures ,from deceased parents.,Johnson ,,said she,.r,,;

Ii ,''t?Adoptive parents resisted the idea ,slightly more,, knows of only one case in Florida where an adoptee,..
BY MATTHEW POWER "' ;L with'only!' !! percent t' approval? a! of ,full.release'? ton has b been able to secure records using this!law. :* ,1
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note ,; after his birth. anesthesia. The mother relaxed,
: John Hofheinz THE RIGHT PRICEIn ''o!""""" "s'pv:
asked that some of his natural/family Sitting in the cafeteria at Shands 1947, $$700 was a lot of money. and the tiny child-John Hofheinz
members not be fully identified in this Hospital, John's' face looks flushed It was almost half the price of a new was born. Aunt Betty wrappedhim wEDNbAf

under the harsh, fluorescent lights. car, enough to put a good down in blankets and hurried out the -;

His deep, southern voice is strainedas payment on a house,and if you wentto door.Within ,' k ) ''r fyAo kr
story.The story sounds like tabloid he recalls the telephone conver-.- the right place in Jacksonville, 50 minutes of birth, Aunt
An infant kidnapped sation that changed his life..;' enough to buy a child. Betty had John Hofheinz safely
sold at birth; his mother ."I let it ring twice,"he said. "Then Bill and Kizalu Hofheinz had stowed away in her home in Jack a

and tricked into a woman answered the phone." come to Jacksonville with Kizalu sonville. When John's' mother ,
believing her son died during labor. ', "I'd' like to speak to E E-." Hofheinz's' sister to pick up a baby awoke, still groggy, the doctor t. r a
Four decades later,a two-year search "This' is she." from a clinic on Miami Road. A propped her up and held out a pile (
leads the man to answers he never '' had to of paperwork.He ; : ) '
"Ma'am, I've got something to tell pregnant woman agreed give A<
expected.To her child. The lived in told her she had delivered a
you, and I want you to listen real up woman
a mother who thought he was good. Just listen, that's' alII I ask." poverty and needed the money baby boy, but the child was' __
than she needed infant but stillborn. He asked her to sign a
dead.To "Well, son, you just come on out more an J
death certificate and she .
the of her newborn
a black-market baby scam in and tell me. sight girl
Jacksonville that may have displaced "I've' got a story to tell you, so changed her mind. She canceled the some of the papers she !'t 7@' 01I
signed were adoption certificates, I
hundreds' of children in the please don't' hang up.. Just please deal.The not death certificates, declaring that t, 1_ ,
Hofheinz had
1940s and 50s. couple come
promise me you won't hang up. she willingly surrendered her child
And to a myriad of legal red tape "I promise I won't.' Ill listen. ,for nothing.But for adoption.Bill k "" .' mI

that prevents adoptees in Florida John interrupts the story to wipe the attending nurse,a woman Hofheinz, John's' adoptive I_ (
from discovering and contactingtheir sweat from his cheek.. He's' a big John refers to as "Aunt Betty," a father, made the transaction officialby *, '
natural parents. man, but at moments he seems a cousin of Kizalu Hofheinz, figuredout signing the papers and paying

William John Hofheinz likes to small, lonely child. He recounts the a way to get the couple a baby $$700 for "adoption fees." Within 15 :
talk about his ordeal now, to hash incidents surrounding his birth as if ifthey after all-f for r the right price. hours, John's' adoptive parents took nr J.tt a I

over the paper chasing, the attor-- just happened, in the terse "If you can wait just a little while, him to his new home in Tallahassee, 7
neys and the detectives who became manner of a police report.He ..we'll' have another one,, she said. and his natural parents returned Y

part of his life. But he likes best to combines the jigsaw of names Meanwhile, another woman lay with their family to their chicken : :'
talk about the mother brothers and and facts into clear table in the back ,iffJ ji
one story a on a room, alreadyin farm in Dinsmore, 10 miles ,!;
sisters he has found.He remembersevery story that began in the back room labor.'As the birth neared com northwest of Jacksonville. John's' 'k.::;; -' .':
detail of his first communication of a Jacksonville doctor's(' clinic just pletion, the elderly doctor ad- five siblings grew up. believing their 1..J"......l.- "
with his mother 43 years after World War II. ministered a heavy dose of brother died.Fortythree. COURTESY OF JOHN HOFHEINZ
A Above: John Hofhelnz, 43, meets. hit. 65-year-old natural mother in Louisiana for the first time In Mayas
years his. son James Patrick, 6, looks. on. Left: John comforts. his. youngest .son Joey. 3, after. the boy's'.
NATALEE WATERS .successful, heart surgery at Shands' Hospital.
John's uprooted family treeAfter Even the best story has its flaws. ".
Certainly,John's' adoption John believe he was stolen at birth him again.A heart problems. Joey, 3, returnedlast age of 18,they' may receive all information of paperwork.I walked out the door Miami Road, in Jacksonville.
43 years as an only child, John discovered he was born the middle son of a papers for and fast I could: At the time the of the
prove the identity of his natural cannot be discounted. few days later, while John was month major surgery, that does not name their just as as name
family of six children, including a half-brother, Robert, not shown. parents, and the striking 'A STRANGE ENCOUNTERJohn helping his adoptive father paint his John recalled events that led to the natural parents. On his first day of investigation, physician seemed inconsequential,

resemblance between he and his first' questioned his birth house in Tallahassee\ ,;he mentionedthe operation."I When attorneys failed to discoverhis John found clues that take many John said, but the name would later
brothers cements the fact. heritage after a chance meeting in bookstore encounter.. His father was looking at a copy of USA parents,John tried private inves-- adoptees who battle the legal 'system >: take on great significance when

f\ I S.S.natural But the real issue, the idea that 1985.: said the man"probably thought you Today in the waiting room," John tigators, who'' also turned up no years to learn. John discovered the circumstances I
natural mother] father John has lived the bookstoreat were one of your brothers. said, "and I saw this big ad offering leads. After '''almost two years of The papers gave the full names of his birth.; ,
all his "I at
life standing
Louliltnt, apart froma was to adopted people, and it set frustration decided to of both his natural parents, where Molly Johnson, regional t director j
& died<<1951 family that never wanted to give (Florida State University) in Tallahassee "What do you mean? John said. help John get ,
thinking." what he needed in his they lived at the time of his birth of American Adoption Congressin
me own
"Well way.
and .
him up, has been verified only by when this guy came up you've got some '.
John,his natural family and hearsay 'put his arm around me," John said brothers, his father said. John needed a medical history of Two months ago, he dressed in a and a lengthy explanation why Jacksonville, said Dr.. Rollins was ;

from a few others. The crime, if "'''Hey/,/' he. said, "'How' ya'' doin''? I ""Did you see them?!' his natural parents to help' diagnosehis suit and tie, marched into the Leon The they had given called him up for his adoption.natural '"involved 40s.:,She in said a big she scam remembered hi,the,late,. t' \
John's' story is accurate left haven't' in .' ""No, but Betty did: son's condition, and his insurance County Courthouse in Tallahasseeand
no seen you years. destitute and .
"financially that his wife and several j'
Rita Rich AS. B.S. LS. '' SUigested'he told the clerk he had been sent, parents hearing .
loose ends. The baby-sellers made -I'I said,,. ''Wait a minute/ and John never knew, about :any company !! said the child would be in "dangerof nurses sold', babies on the
\"' many
sister sister brother brother it appear to be a legal adoption, pushed him away. I said,''You've' got brothers never'' bothered to trace his roots.. He hired attorneysto :by a Supreme Court judge to look starvation. I black market t. {
complete with paperwork.And wonder. He had always, known he find the needed records, but they ,over some paperwork for a case.He "
'. Both present at the wrong guy./ 'They were John said."But "The
poor "All that's true she said.
state adoption laws."I =::: .
were limited.by :told her the name of the subject
,. the two people he was ',was adopted, but hl"parents.'hadnever ", : '
r born and John's birth in who might 'The man asked John why .not that poor"DOCTORED whole story [is son the mark.You cam,
adopted best have talked about the circumstances tried asking around,you know, John Hofheinz.%
r 7R solved the riddles= the acting strange.John said he finally : believe that is telling
.> :. April. 2 28 J,1947, 1947 nurse and the doctor'- have died.. had to'<,show him his driver's' ?,The strange meeting slipped ,not(pushing it too hard,trying' to get "She t took' a'' pi piece of paper and RECORDS? clearly the truth.: ,
John met hisnatur"fiI : John's',adoptive mother, Kizalu Hot' license to convince him he had the :from his p mind until 1988, when finding some answers, but I wasn't,getting :wrote down two case numbers> he In addition to the material on his 'I
family for the first .... heinz, died six years'''ago,"'and his 'wrong'person: out, about :his.birthhistorychasgedfromcuriosityto [ anywhere,""*;John said, ,said. ""Then she took'my daughterand natural parents, the papers includeda Johnson In 1988 has an she eye'became for adoption suspi
Kizalu ? adoptive father Bill has .. necessity. Florida strictly controls: recordsof I ,into.the back room and a document bearing the signature scams. /
moved to ,
time In May 1990 : .Bill HC'helnz?' Aunt Betty'doptive """You bow/ this'f.f.guy. ''I said to me cious'about an "adoption hotline" :
,Georgia and broken RULES'John that ,would give them plugged in the microfilm machine 'of the doctor who delivered him, a I
.. mothe adoptive father Klzalu's' cousin off contact with ''you're' the spittin'' image of a guy I BREAKING THE adoptees I : and made a phone call that led to
John., about their natural :'The film d right case.I hastily scrawled "Rollins"" or "Mol-
died 1984 Q.org1e died a 1983 knew a fewyears ago,but he's about and his wife Donna came to knowledge stopped on my
But the trail of documents, inter- 2 21/2/ older than you.' The Shands Hospital two years ago because .parents. However, a Florida statute I asked herif,if I could have some lins," without further identification. see Horn, page 10 ;.* I i

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"..0,ALLIGATOR TUESDAY,JULY 10,1990finding

money, John contacted Judy

the wayHOME Young in Tallahassee, founder of How baby-selling works in the '90sO

the Tallahassee Adoption Support

Group. brokers the
Young, an adoptee herself, said Baby
she "had not met anybody with a pregnant woman, often an

case like John's before, where the unwed teenager, using con-

(natural) parents thought he was tacts in abortion clinics or

dead," but she knew baby-selling private physicians. They offer

happened frequently during the her the chance to conceal her
1940s. She said John's biggest advantage
pregnancy and promise a good
death certificate." came when he acquiredhis
HOMEfrom home for the child.
39 YEARS TOO LATE adoption papers.
page 9
has not adult
"Society permitted
Even with the information in the
The brokers for the
adoptees their rights, she said. pay
the arrest of a New York couple papers John collected during his
"Alabama, Oklahoma and Alaskaall woman to fly to a "shelter"forthe
courthouse visit he still) needed to
charged with selling 160 babies- ,
have open records,but Florida'sare last 3 months of her preg-
many of them from Jacksonville contact his natural 'parents for "
on the black market. more medical facts. He first con very closed. nancy.These shelters, often located

Johnson's story suggests that information tacted Patty Russell at All Florida Young referred John to a national in New York or New Jersey, provide her with room

about Rollins might fill Investigations in Tallahassee. N.C.adoption registry in Shaver Charlotte and, and board and paid expenses. Total cost runs at about
run by
some crucial blanks. A search "Patty was great," he said. "She Chris Lee. John said Shaver and $3,000.
The Florida struggled through it with me. She
through TimesUnionin
Lee told him the search would cost <\
Jacksonville yielded no positive helped me get all my records out $125, with $500 due if they found After the birth, the woman ,,;l.
connection between a Dr. Rollins of HRS. Boy,they blew up when we c
one of his brothers or sisters. He signs a form surrendering the ,
and baby-selling. came in with a signed court order
gave them the goahead.The child. The then .
baby-sellers .AJ
However, the paper confirmed from the judge. ,
that a Clarence D. Rollins practiced In mid-May, John talked to a phone rang a few days later. pass the child along to a wait .'o'. .. .
discreet investigator from Miami "They gave me my brother's full ing couple receiving much .. I,
medicine out of an office at 1402 his birth date the addresshe ..... .
name, ,
Miami Road in Jacksonville from named "Joe"to help find his family. was living at in Louisiana and as $50,000 for a "finder's fee." h.;:: :: .':" ; kF.kaF

1935 to 1962. Rollins died at the age The man offered John a deal. his lV,',';': ..'., :.
number said.
"Joe said he could find either phone John f'i!," "
of 88 in April 1964, and neither his my 't'
the A "
clinic nor the road exist today. All brother or my dad in three days for' answered John placed the phone call.and told woman him i io

his personal records also have $500, or we wouldn't have to pay
his brother
vanished. him," John said. John agreed, and was working. ::u
John gave her a false name and
less than three hours after he
Rollins' daughter, Polly Rollins
the woman mistook him for a Birth mothers who try to
Welling of Babson Park, about 50 called, the investigator foundJohn's
friend of her husband's. She then told
such deals
on are
miles east of Tampa, said the natural father."I renege
records were given to her mother, don't know how in the world volunteered all the answers John s they will have to repay all ex.

Pauline Rollins, now deceased. he did it,"John said, "but he found needed -phone including number his and birthmother's ad. t; penses incurred. Many of the

"She kept them around a long my dad's death certificate -found dress."I ;+ women live in poverty, and

time, and then they were where he was buried and all that. lied so bad I was soaking wet such threats force them to drop
she said. "After she The certificate said John's father
destroyed, "
with the issue. -f
sweat said.
John "I didn'tknow :
sold the hospital and all,you know, had died of accidental carbon I could lie so good."

"She; had no reason to keep them. monoxide poisoning in 1951,along From case studies of recent Florida baby-selling Investigations
That was so long ago." with four other men, in Fayetteville 'MY BABY'S ALIVE'John's

John said his natural mother told N.C.John called the funeral hands shake a little as he ART BY, VIET T. DO

him that Rollins issued her a death home and the undertaker helped comes to the last part of his story. Florida. My mom and dad workedon "The truth is,I just wanted some
He leans forward and begins to
certificate for her baby, one that him find the names of his natural describe the rest of his first a chicken farm. My grandaddylived medical information, and if my

she has since lost. But the Bureauof sister and brothers. telephone conversation with his in Blue Point, New York. My mother hadn't wanted me, I would

Vital Statistics in Jacksonvillelisted John then called the Fayetteville natural mother mom was from Michigan." never have bothered her,"he,said.
no death certificate for John Observer,a local newspaper,for any John's mother became
information about his father's "Does April 28, 1947 ring a bell John has a message he'd like to
under his natural "
name. dead, she said. "They
with you? he asked her. on to other adoptees.
death. Two days later he receiveda pass
John's youngest natural sister, told dead."
me were She beganto
in the mail."I "No, I have a son that was bornin "Anybody born in that time, in
Rita Rich of Winnepaw, N.C., said newspaper clipping cry.'Tell me the story,"she said,
she and the rest of John's natural got the letter and I opened it April" but he was born April the "Please, just tell me the story." the '40s and '50s, 1 born in a clinicin

family had always believed he diedat up, and there was a picture of five third, she responded. "Why do John quickly told his mother Jacksonville, might want to

birth. people in body bags,"he said."Oneof you ask" me that, son? What'swrong how he had come to find her. check if they were adopted, and

"Mom had told me that there wasa them was my dad, and I don't ? see if they were ,stolen. I think
"I'm not dead he'said.. "I
baby that would've been my know which one. That's the only "Thaf right. I was your son. was there might be sOme mothers that
adopted out.
I have of dad." "No. no, that's not right""I have been told the
brother, but he died at birth, Rich picture my Then might same
Determined to follow through was born April 28th, 1947 in a John's mother turned mother told. Somebody -
said. "She said all she had was the on around and screamed. thing my was
his search, but running out of private hospital in Jacksonville, was putting some money in
"Poppa, poppa! My dead baby'salivel their pocket.
My dead baby's alive!"
believes his father
John adoptive
family was "in on the whole thing." John
After contacting his natural
said when he hired his first detec-
,John said his adoptive mother's
tive months'ago his adoptive
seven ,
sister, the woman who drove his
father hurriedly left for
adoptive parents to Jacksonville in
Georgia but not before droppinga
1947,confirmed the circumstancesof ,
his birth. pile of boxes filled with baby
pictures and memorabilia on
She said she knew
,t t t1 all along he John's doorstep. '
was a black market baby. She said

!; Aunt Betty ,sold hundreds of In those boxes, John found a'

babies. receipt for $315, money his adoptive

John said he has no anger about father paid t to Aunt Betty for"

his abduction, but a few regrets. additional "expenses."

.14 "I'm happy the way things "I have no idea what those expenses

worked out," he said. "I loved the could have been,",John

44, parents that raised me, but I kind said, "but that was a helluva lot of

of wish I could've had some money back then."

brothers or sisterS;. John considers his ,journey

"I think if I'd found out earlier in ended. He. has come to the time of

... life, I would've ,stayed with the

parents that raised 'me, but I Iwould've restOn
May 19,John and his family
spent of
a time with
rented' van' and 'drove to
my' -and sisters
natural mother." and my Louisiana,I,where ,,they shared 'a

tearful reunion with :his natural
6 t 'John said his own five children
family. The elated honoredthe
have "hit it
. off big" with their new-
occasion with
found cousins. a huge birthday
cake for his ,year-old 'mother
COURTESY OF JOHN HORNET z "There's tot loving there,"he that read "Congratulations.
r. John stands beside his half-brother Robert, whom he had never met until May of this year. said. mean that's a loving family. 235-pound It'a a
baby boy. -fI :

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wash/dry. $200 to $390 monthly. 375- 4000 SW 20TH AV. 177-8707 MOBILE HOMES: 820.145

4541. 8-20-14-1 8-20-25-2 1 PETS bdr duplex OK.apt wyard, piddle 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Summer B, m/f, own room, share bath

Avail now bike to UF from 1 br Tumbling INCREDIBLE fan A micro. Other homes avail. room. Brandywlne $223 mo.+. 1/2 utll.!

Creek condo private balcony-1015 SW 9th Efficiency Apt. '373-5018 71252AAAFFOROABLE Farms Mobil Horn Park. 374-4825. 7-12-4-5

St. $200/mo + $200 deposit 372-7843 or Starting at $188 Best rental' value. Grad student have
APT 2bd/1ba quiet left.' Quiet, F/N/S/ wanted to share quiet
813-321-9449. 7-17-5-1 Starting at $238 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST 6 excellent buy from $3000 to double
close to UF, Pool, cent ac/heat dishwasher wide with financing. Pool, nice park, 2bdr/1 be apt for Fall/Spg. $207.50/mo +
NOW 1 male. wanted. Furnished apt 378-3988 laundry, bus rte. Call 374- quiet, open weekends. 7117 t SW Archer 1/2 util. Close to law school at UF, call

1 bdr/t b.. Clean, great location In SW 378-3881 6595*** 7-12-4-2 Road, 9043789291. 8IIt21SUBLEASE Julie at 14078305840. 7-10-3-5

ar... $130/mo. Call 373-3432 or.collect' 8-20-25-2
(813)792-3398.) 7-12.4.1 HUGE 2BD 2BTH $399 Bel Air Apts 636 Furn bdr/ba In Wlndmeadows m/h. Close

Check Our New Specials NW 26 Av (Just off 6 ST, near Albertson's) : .to UF, shop, bus, laundry fax, pool, some
3 block from law school In nice area for All Amenities Available office: Collage Park Prop..411 NW IS ST HOUSEAPT.WINDMEADOWS utll. Inc. $100 dep A $50 week. Call 376-

serious student. Master bedroom $195, FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 371-7777. 7-24-5-2 4 1057. Lv. message. 7-10-3-5

no P'". Call 335-2832 or 378-6378. 7- Available
Roommate ':Two and three bedroom homes for lease Need
We're No. 1 to sublease OAKBROOK* F N/S to share room
Lg 1 & 2BR apt. convenient to downtown $225 to 450 .. Call 372-2223 00 Burch, ''
REGENCY OAKS large one bedroom poolside a* soon aspossible. Fall/Spring. Fully furnished W/D A Morel
& UF $250-285 mo. Also 4 A 5BR houses Moore and Cox 7175.2 month'
Will $100 of lit
No 378-5764 I pay $175 + utility A sec. 3714708. 7-17-5-5
1550-650 welcome,
mo. .
836-4388 7-19-6-4
3230 SW Archer Road rent. Call anytime
>ets. 376-5957.:
COUNTRY GARDENS '1-br apt, carpeted, central air, biking dis- SPYGLASS needed one roommate tosublesse. FEMALE ROOMMATE own BR/BA. fum.

FOR RENT: 373-4500 lance to UF. $260/mo Vyr leas, last Own bed/bath In Sbrba.Please home with Jacuzzi A fireplace $225/mo. .
2001 SW 18th Street month $150 security dep, no pet". 332- call 335-5617 7.12.4-4 1/3 util. July $1001 335-6999. 7-12-4-5

2 UNFURNISHED 8-20-25-2 3785 '7.17.4-2

Sublease 2bdr/1 b. Sep-Dec. New carpet
Attractive A clean apartments, clot to Attractive, clean houses, biking distance Classifieds.
WOOD FLOORS 2BD, cent air) CollegeView fenced yard, w/d, dishwasher. 1st,
1105 NW 3rd Av t block to UF. Office UF, avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep. .No to UF, year lease + deposit. no dog.. 495' last A deposit. 1350/month. Call 332- Continued on next page. *

: 4HNW! 15th t! St.. 371-7777. 7-24-5- dogs, 4959024.,- 8-20-16-2. M24.- 6-20-12-2 t >. i J. 2600. after 6 pm. .7-31-8-4. .

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Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Ping.Pong table, round Game table
..CHEAP APARTMENTI! F n/s/ to share SPYGLASS Need mature non-smoker N/S. Earnest student. Own room. 1 brands are all at our New Location! Car (bumper pool cards, dining), 20* lawnmower
2-story, 3bd/2ba in Town Pare. 1150/mo/ M/F to share 3bd/3ba. Available Aug. 1. blk from UF near Holiday Inn. Call Lynda Stereo Specialists 321 S NW 13 St. 372- whit formica end table I code
+ 1/3util. Carol ((407)) 1184.1051** 7-28- Call nowlll '33557427.10.3.5 collect at 4073920362. 7-12-3-5 2070. 6-20-25-8 table. O waterbed w/full trim. Call for Info
8-5 'leave message 3357473. 7-10-3-6
ROCKWOOD VILLAS f needed for fall We need F needed to share a beautiful MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146
**LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK* share 2 bdr condo own room furnished 3bdrm 2bth for Fall Across from campus. Editor's choice Hewlett Packard For Sal: 45 gsl. fresh or salt water
Brand new, completely" turn. Walk' to wash/dry security system call Amy 335- 210/mo/ + 1/3 util. Call 336-04111v. mess. Northgate. Price lower than mall-order. breeder tank wall ace's $250. Modern
UF, 1 or 2 F rmmta. for 2 Br/2B condo 7927. 7-19-6-5 7-24-6-5 Systems below, Include 1mb, 40mb color TV $100. Top-ol-the-lln VCR,
for summer". A/or/ fall. European klteh. ((28ms), graphics monitor. MC 286/12 Fisher $225. Beautiful handloomed wool
w/mlere; with/dry/ ; maid' service; security Move In August 1 11 I Own room In 2br house Large Bedroom 4BR 2 Bath house Walk $1195, MC 386SX $1495, Northgate antique rug $100. Call 3752786. 7-12-4-
; much mor. Call Denies 3754541. 1 block from campus Huge yard, fireplace UF/city/ quiet want serious student $159 386/20/ $2399.Leading Edge laptop w/40 6
8-20-14-5 much more $200/mo + 1/2 util. mo $100 Security plus utll 3770165. 7- MB hd a battery $2395. 1 a 2 year war-
3718758. 7-19-5-5 warranties. Panasonic ONE-WAY plan ticket from G-vlll'lo
Male, N/S to share Brandywln apt lorlalll.pring ranties. Jet PHILADELPHIA leaves July 22nd. Call
terms. $170/mo + util.! Con- M N/S Rm to share 2br/2ba house for F N/S serious std or professional wtd to 1180 printer $185 HP Laser 8-9-12-6 lip Joan at 372-4687. Leave message. 7-
share a condo at Mill Pond wgrad/ std. $1049. 3743 W. University Ave.
tact Doug 335-4949 or leave message Summer B. Wa/dry/ furnished,own room
utilities Inc. 330/ewks. Call John 335. Start Aug or Sep. $220 + 1/3 util. Call
**SERIOUSLY need a roommate! 1283. 7-10-2-5 335-3135 7.1225CASABLANCA
N/S, tidy, F lor (all. Own room in 3bdr
house 5 blocks UF $165/mo./ Call 377- Walk to Shands a UFI F grad student WEST-FNS to share 3bd TIRED OF FEELINGBOXEDIN
4832*** 7-10-3-5 looking for N/S/ M/F rmmt to share 2bdr 2 1/2ba/ townhouse FALL ASAP. Pool
twnhs, Wllliamsburg Apts, 242.50mo/ + laundry. $150/mo + 1/4 util. 335-7395. ,
NEW HOMEI! Need 2 rmmta on Aug 1. 1/2 util 372-9389 7-17-4-5 7-12-2-8 ?
Across univ. from O'Dome. rm shared
$100. own rm $200. + part util. Female share furnished 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba Need neat/clean female n/s for
'N1cki/Christlna33B-9791, 7103.5 townhouse In SW area Wash/dryer. fall for 2 Br/2 Ba part. turn.
Available mld-Aug $225 + 1/2 util. Call apt. Aloha Garden 200mo. + In the Pines has
HAWAIIAN VILLAGE 1 large bdr In 2 bdr 335.8273. 7-19-5-5 1/2 ut. Call Dawn 374-6179. 7-24-5-5 0
apt Available In FALL. Pool, laundry,
207mo. Call 3716887. 7-17-4-5 Married couple 'looking for roommate. No M/F NS for own rm In 3B/2B apt. Start Spacious Apartments
Indpnt fall. $215 mo. + 1/3/ util. Walk to cam
drugs or smoking. Friendly
n/., f needed to share nice 2bd townhousein pus. Call Chris at 3710707., 7-17-3-5
clean. Sep entrance, bdr & ba. Kit, Ir, $200.00 off
tower oaks cable, vcr, w/d fenced .
poolpriv. Small pets OK. $175/mo + util.
yard micro, etc. prefer' grad/serlous stu Call 377-0422 aft'17pm. 731.75 k two months
d.nt/anlmallov.r. $170 + 1/2 util. 332- 6 FOR SALE
2382 7-19-5-5 .
POLOS: FINS own bd/ba In 3/3.'w/d. In .rem
1 or 2 N/SF for big 4b/2 1/2b twnhie own micro view of pool vaulted ceil., volleyball TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410..2 Disk. he
drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters.Factory
& tennis ypines
Call Dana
rooms. All extras, w&d. Start Aug. cts. 335- .
reconditioned, unused In past 2
S990eee e 7-19-4-5
$145/mo + 1/4 util. Call Andrea Musi
332-9560 7-12-3-5 yra. Perfect for small typesetting Jobs.Good Three Bedrooms 3733371are
machine for small shop. System
M or F N/S for Fall Mill Run twnhse 2BR type
Includes 3 rolls 8 In. RC film & 6 font 205 SE 16th Ave.
HEYIIII I need F n/s rmmt to share 2bdrm 1 1/2bath (urn, wash/dry/ pool. S.rlou.uppercl..m.n our specialty.
disks. $3.500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
apt 3 blks Irom UF $170/mo & 1/2 util, preferred 240mo./ Sean
373-9926 formore Info.
pets ok, own parkas space Leigh 335- 336-9751. 7.24-5-5
4870. 7-10-3-5

Two n/s/ F roommates needed for Fall Regency rI -tta a---tt1---tt1---tttl f-i-'-,
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760 lerl... 50 em, campy equipped, Papuant, wicker rocker,wicker bdr. 'furniture Peavey Combo 300 Bass Amp $275, Treehouie Like-new 2 BR 2 BA 1988 TOMOS ipeed automatic,
excellent cond., $375 firm Call ROM 376- baskets I more at warehouieprlcei. Yamaha SHB 400 E1 Guitar S300. 12 ap Village. oil Injection always covered, absolute
6141. 7-17-4-6 Sale Fri 9-61 Sat 11-4.t Interstate Holdiworth bike all campl $300, call 377- condo. Fully turn bus to Univ. $49,900. mint condition. $375 Iv msg 3735165.
Marie 377-8899. Watson 7-
Mini-Storage 1 ml. north of Archer Rd. 6817. 7-12-2-6 Realty Corp. 7-19-S-8

$550.00 In 'free value coupons only 7.00. McDonalds on 40th Blvd. 7-12-3-6 19-8-7
Nice Furniture: sleeper sofa, matching 1990 CBR 600 Hurricane 2400 mil. Brand
Free pizza, haircut, car wash, cocktails, Rent Option to buy modern 3 br 2 taa
Crlmeitopper Car loveieat endtable, coffee table, kitchen new. The only blk/red one In town. $4000or
movie rentals, beer lunches, more. Call Alarms K-40 Radar Detectors home Irg tam rm c/a w/d part 'turn 'fenced
372-1476. 7-17-5-6 Sherwood, Saniul, Sony, Orion, table w/4 chairs t bar. $980 Must seal yard low SO'a owner finance 3311 NW 18 belt offer. Includes 2 helmets & bike
Bazooka Home or Car Stereo. We Beat 336-6113 7-17-2-6 ST Call collect 3059314005. 7-17-5-7 cvr. 3771372. 7-10-28
Earth cruiser bike, $85 obo; Rtallatlc All Prices 3733754. 8-9-24-8
Collector! Penthouse & Playboy maps, 87 TRAC MOPED. Super condition. Low
Tower Speakers, $ 00/pr. obo, Paavy 400
? You this 1BR/1BA
Why rent can own
bata amp wI 115 speaker $350 obo; 338- CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 65, In great cond., $60. Call 336-5039 upstairs unit at PARKSIDE. Owner 'financing mil... Call 3712344. THE BEST

84611 Iv. mig. 7-12-4-6 any car truck or van 'fully guaranteed will Red Cannondala, mtn bike 3 wka old asking walk to cl.... Available Immediately 28 MOPED YOU CAN BUY FOR $250.. 7-12-
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes- ) $23.800. JEFFREY SIEGEL,
$400, Include extras, call 374-4267
Caramlc-Art Student tailing pottary aaga. 8-20-21-6 'for looK.**.*.*ft. 7-24-5-6 Realtor 373-6063. 8-20-13-7
wlndchlmaa, and Jawalry. Call 338-3858 9 AUTOSACURA
please leave a meaiage. 7-17-5-8 TICKET TO N.Y. WHEELS and TIRES CHILDCARE CENTER Fully equipped.
Roundtrip 'from Galnaivllle Chrome excellent shine with mounted and Excellent opportunity. AAA Condition.Well INTEGRA CAR COVER from
SOFA, LOVESEAT, CHAIR GOOD July 13-15 $150 eitabllahed. Owner will train. JEFFREY
balanced like
new Urea $250 495-3980 Acura dealer. Like newl W/chain a storage -
$180. OBO.: 3732758 Call 371-1887/leava a 7-10-5-6
COND. meaaage E. SIEGEL Realtor 373-6063. 7-
.v.373-3'57.' 7-19-4-6 bag $85 OBO. 3359764. 7-10-5-9
7-10-3-8 19-67
Plane ticket. Galnaivllle to Ct.
way. Terminal 'for tale" Works on ISE CIRCA
ALLOY BLUE SCHWINN bicycle FOR To be used anytime thru May 1991. $90. NERDC etc. Quit spending all your timeat CALLING STARTER'S & STUDENTS! HONDA ACCORD 78
SALE $120 obo. Good condition call Vicki at 377-9333. 7-10-3-6 CSE and Well. 3780856. Leave mea This 3BR home located In SW G'ville la rum well, ae, $450 stereo, 5 speed $1400

Danny 372-4115111..v. maataga. 7-12- GREAT DEALI sleeper sofa $40 obo A aage. CHEAPII 7-19-4-6' convenient to UF Shandi, & VA and has OBO call Rick 0 3751269. 7-12-4-9 .
46 twin bad mattress A box spring $40 obo. storage bldg., central H/A, & a '.rg.lotl! "
Call 336-1608 5-10 7-24-6-6 BIKE SALE Reduced to $39,900! MLS'84997 Quality 78 VW Camper Van: stove link 'fridge,
Small aofa" recliner, and tables, cocktail p.m. Large selection' of' used quality blk... Realty of G'ville, Inc. REALTORS new batery, new clutch ft cable. Very
table, lampa. Good condition. $350. Call XT DSKTP CMPTR. 10mhd 5-1/4 'fdr New ATB bikes at good prlcei. Gator ((904)372-8441.) 7.12-2-7 good condition runs will. $2500 f Call
373-5566. 7-17-5-6 mono mntr no-glare screen. Internal' Cycle 3321 SW Archer Read. 373-3982 375-2766. 7-12-4-9
modem, lots iftwr' Inc. Word pfct.' 5.0. 2/1 home 'for tale, by owner, 2549 NW 54
QUEEN WATERBED $80; Sleeper Sofa $650 336.0088. 7-12-26 KRAMER I WASHBURN. Blvd, asking 48600. Work: 336-2435 1987 Firebird Formula, blue with gray Interior
$80; Two and tables & coffee table set Black KRMR w/locklng Floyd Ro... Home: 335-1760. Ask 'for Diane. 7-31- excellent condition, 'fully loaded,
$35. Call 372-3805 or 332-3189. 7-12-4- SINGLE BED perfect' condition. $70 WSHBRN bass w/actlva EMG'a. $200 50 angina. $8500. Call 1-326-4312
6 OBO. Call 376-2451 leave message.a each obo. Call Joe 335-0825. 7-17-3-d MOTORCYCLES attar 6pm. 7.12.49Classifieds.

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Showbarn now accepting students
79 Monte Carlo, only $800 obo. Mutt who has taken Conservation of Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding 0009RESUMES96941111Complete EARN $35This
sell, good cond, 2-door, auto, power, Resources or Face of Florida via correspondence -. working students accepted. Farrell writing & development ser week $110 this month new donara
am/fm, a/c, 2 new tires, 130k miles, 373- with Bt or better, call 335- Farms 4723142. vices. Resume House 371-8148. 8-9- with this coupon. Study while you donateor
6520. 7-17-4-9 0875. 7-10-4-10 20.12 watch videos. Free Parking. Gainesville .

HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm & Blood Plasma Center. Eat. 1969.
Turbo 300zx 198S, t-topi Sapd fed w/ WANTED Camero 1982 to 1986 for half hr & WORDPROCESSING**
Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care **ACE 238 SW 4th Ave 3789431. M-Th 8.7
tan, bra,all options, rum and looks great examination. Will pay call 375-8710 mention .
facilities. 15 min from UFI Jan 376-7762. Resumes, term papers, dissertations, Frt 8-5 Sat 8.2. 8-20-25-13
low miles, mutt tell last, $6800, John case no 90026. 7175.10 7-5-10-12 legal, technical. 335-7064
377.8510 anytime. 7-17-4-9

WANTED female around 135 Ib 5'3" lor.ngln..rlng Typlng/Wordprocetslng./ WordPerfect Need 15 bucks
1978 study, photographingwith
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looks great, am/lm cassette, air, need to car. Will pay call 375-8710 mention service. Tara 332- ?
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Fans needto GATOR ATHLETE ,ARRESTED I Csonka a splash

get on the on union sceneBy

ment would allow the
All-Star ballTwenty MATTHEW ADAMS
Alligator Writer association to do something
unique in its history.
Showing the same passionthat "This is the first time," he
years\! ago I filled out my first made him the quintessential said,"that!active players in the
All-Star ballot. I felt special honor and
fullback Csonka
Larry NFL have the leverage and
responsibility in being allowed to select the
said at the Reitz
Thursday the power to do something for
players for baseball's mid-summer classic.
Union Ballroom that NFL foot-
b i = all the players who have ever
Visions of past All-Stars like Ruth, Mantle hv ball players are being misrep- played."
and Mays flew through my head as I pains- resented,and a change should That something is medical
takingly consulted all the statistics to select T>e made. insurance. One of the major
players worthy of the title All-Star. I carefully The former Miami Dolphinis problems facing former foot-
penciled in my choices and proudly depos- trying to form a new union ball players, Csonka said, is
ited my ballot at Yankee Stadium.It for NFL players. The current medical expenses on football

is obvious such care was not taken in union,headed by former Oak- related injuries. When 'a'
choosing the players for tonight's All-Star land Raider Gene Upshaw,de- player leaves the league, he
game at Wrigley Field in Chicago. certified itself after failing to signs a health waiver. Private
reach a settlement with the medical insurance, however
fr Mike Schultz owners after the 1987 strike. rarely covers the long term
Csonka said current circum- effects of football injuries.
H stances demand
OT CORNERWould an agreement Csonka said his own frus-
tration forced him to try and
"Professional sports are form his new group."I .
just that," Csonka said.They're .
a responsible fan have picked Ozzie was flying with (Cleve-
Smith over Barry Larkin, Mark McGwire based on dollars. land Browns quarterback)
v The
instead of Cecil Fielder or Cal Ripken rather vated owners are very moti- Bernie Kosar...and he started
to get a collective bargaining
than Ozzie
J agreement..But the telling me the terrible things
Smith is as miscast at shortstop this yearas union decertified and isn't at that transpired during the
Ronald Reagan was in the announcers' the (negotiating) table." strike. Then he said
booth last year. Larkin deserves better than Csonka said most NFL play- 'somebody ought to do some-
the role of understudy. IPi ers were disgusted with the thing.'
1987 strike and its "I'm 42 years old," Csonka
Fielder is leading the world in home runs repercus--
and RBIs, and batting almost 100 points sions. said, Tm a grandfather. I'm
better than McGwire. "They got together and divorced. I've got no respon-
held strong in strike in '87 sibilities.
Guillen,the other Ozzie, is having a career a "I'm take shot
and they ended gonna one
year at the plate,while Ripken is proving he'sa i stupid," Csonka said.up looking. They those bastards,"he said,refer-
in need of
man a rest.
embarrassed about what ring to the NFL owners. "Just
Historically, there have been even worse happened. one time. If it doesn't work
selections. Only last year Mike Schmidt was "They're tired of being em- that's fine. But I want to be
voted starting third baseman despite having barrassed by a union that able to say I tried."
retired earlier in the season. Jose Cansecowas doesn't do what it's supposedto The Accent-sponsored pre-
picked last year even though he played do." sentation did not center the
only a handful of games because of an injury. NFL expansion may trickle union. Csonka began by re-

Choices like those spark yearly debate into Europe, possibly a huge counting his early years in the
about the balloting process. Writers, managers TV market. In order to ex- NFL and the Dolphins perfect
players and even fans second guess the pand, however, the owners 17-0 season. He disputed
picks. They wonder aloud whether the fans must reach an agreement with claims that teams like the
have screwed up once too many times.Some the players. Csonka said the 1990 49ers are superior to the
say give the vote back to the players. Others f owners now are more willing 1972 Dolphins."No .
say it's the fans' game and the fans should to give more concessions to matter what anyonesays
the players if the union acts ," Csonka said, "there's

vote.The fans' game? How many fans actuallyvote and allows expansion to pro- only one Super Bowl ring that
? ceed. has the word perfect on It.And
ALLIGATOR PHOTO "For expansion into the Ori- I've got one"Csonka
More than 20 million fans have UFfootball player Mike Kerr was arrested and
passed Sunday charged ent, into Western Europe, to has always been
through the turnstiles at major league with hitting a policeman and disorderly conduct. Kerr, once a work they have to have a collective controversial. He left the Dol-
ballparks this season,yet only about 5 million member of the Gators' 1988-89 Southeastern Conference bargaining agree phins to join the World Foot-
All-Star ballots were cast. Even comparedwith championship basketball team, Is expected to contend for a ment," Csonka said. "In order ball League and also workedfor
small American political. standards that is a starting linebacker position on this year's football team. See to make billions (On the new the Jacksonville Bulls of
percentage.If story, page 1. markets), they're'willing to ,the United States Football
you consider that there are millions of spend millions." League before it folded in
fans, exiled in places like Gainesville, who That large. potential .settle- 1985.
K don't have access to major league parks and

who smaller.probably don't vote,the percentage gets Lady Gators pick up ,new tennis assistant I IUF I'''

multiple And of ballots the fans who do vote the, many cast women's tennis coach Andy Brandi! -he assisted the Lady- Hoosiers' tennis team. tor at Kentucky who announced in June that
shrinking percentageeven announced Friday that Jim Tressler will join He met Brandi!at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis he had accepted the Marketing Director's

*"" more. the staff as his assistant coach. Tressler Academy where Tressler worked as an in- post at UF,informed UF athletic department
It is ludicrous that a tiny percentage of, replaces David Barron who resigned from structor during the summers of 1982 and officials Thursday that he has decided to
baseball fans select the All-Star teams basedon UF this summer after six years to take. over 1983. remain at Kentucky:

popularity and past performance.The Florida State's men's squad.AROUND "Jim will be a good addition t to our program '
lords of baseball should wake up and ,"Brandi!said.1 was looking for someone 'Obylously we were disappointed and ,
realize that the fans aren't voting, and give with experience that could come in and quite surprised when Chris called on Thurs- f
the vote back to_the players. contribute right away. Jim fit those require- day morning and informed us that he has I
Twelve-year-old kids may miss the chanceto SPORTSTressler ments and we are excited that he is joining 'decided to remain at Kentucky," Senior Associate !

feel that special feeling I felt 20 years ago, the Lady Gators." Athletic Director Jeremy Foley said.'
"We will begin to formalize for 1 1dealing
I but it will be better.for baseball and better who begins Aug. 12, comes to Cameron shuns UF with ? our plans ?

,for baseball fans.-, UF after a one-year stay at Indiana, where Chris Cameron,Sports Information Direc-' next. several this days.unexpected" opening In the ":.l

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