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Serving time/ /is bod enough, but that Isn't the only/

r concern of prisoners In the Alachua County Adult
< Detention Center.
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Besides/ long days and even longer nights of

confinement, prisoners face overcrowded cells,

., strained sanitation and inadequate health care.
THE DETENTION center a holding facility for

convicted felons with relatively short sentences and

those still awaiting trial-is scheduled to be replacedin

early October. The new facility is described by

prison officials as "a progressive correctional facility

aimed at offering meaningful rehabilitation
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programs.
." fhe"meaningful programs," sponsored by a $205,000
f federal Law Enforcement Assistance Agency grant,

include instructional courses for inmates involving

vocational skills as well as courses dealing with howto

obtain Jobs upon release.

1M bs Lieutenant James Dyksterhouse, who will supervisethe
a new facility upon completion/ said inmates serving

time in the new Jail will be given "a battery of tests to

determine what skills they ,have that can be
developed."

HOWEVER Dyksterhouse added that enrolling in

programs "is up to the inmatesif they wont to learn

{ something we'II provide the means, if they don'twell,
that's up to them.''

s Officials are understandably anxious to move from

the dungeon-like atmosphere. of the old jail ,into its
$2.5. million replacement with such innovative

features as a grassy; courtyard! pastel colors, low-key.
security and private cells.

BUT THE PRISONERS still waiting out their time in the

22-year-old rusty detention center are taking a
skeptical attitude. Maybe their tune'will change in the

fall when they are transferred but for now well,
OF THE DAY hell, a jail is a (jail.
,no air! conditioning and 'damn near unlivoble See
stories pages 10 and 1 11.

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By JOSE SARIEGO By JOSE SARIEGO

Alligator Staff WriterAn Alligator Staff Writer

The UF Student Senate is slated to vote tonight on a bill

off-campus association which would guarantee Deegan warned that covering students' deposits may bea designed to provide closer supervision of $13,000 Student

students' utility deposits may be implemented as early as fall greater liability than it appears on the surface. Government has allocated to Gator Growl.

quarter. Deegan explained that the association may find itself Gator Growl staged during homecoming weekend by

Caleb Crimes UF student body treasurer, is working on covering considerably more than the deposit, up to $100 Florida Blue Key. the UF leadership society, includes skits

establishing an organization at UF which would be similar to during peak periods in winter. political satire and a fireworks display the end of the show.

the Off Campus Association. Inc. (OCA) at the University of He said a student may run up a bill of$100 including the LAST YEAR, Blue Key went into debt approximately

Alabama. deposit before service is terminated by the company. $3,000 to $5,000 because the rising cost of producing the

In the OCA.students pay an initial $5 membership fee anda GAINESVILLE GAS CO. requires a $15 deposit from event exceeded. its income, Cesar Perez. Blue Key treasurer.

$1 renewal tee every year. students. said.
OCA MAKES agreements with the three major ,utility Deegan said that the amount of unpaid bills at GainesvilleGas The debt has not been paid off yet but Perez said he could

companies in Alabama in,which OCA guarantees payment of Co.tripled in the past year from $5.000 to 15000. not remember the exact amount outstanding.The .

member's deposits in return for a waiver of the deposit for the Grimes said the entire project would have to be based on senate bill provides 11 "line items" instead of the three

individual member. the good faith of the students. set up last year fireworks physical plant and technical
OCA also provides free legal advice for students from an "THE BIGGEST THING is for the students not to misuse services.
((the association)," he said.. "If the students misuse it, it
attorney kept on retainer by the association.The it LINE ITEMS are budgetary allocations. By providing II
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OCA intervened in two major utility rate request won't be successful. line items instead of three, the senate hopes to keep better

hearings before the Alabama Public Service Commission and account of where funds are going.

lobbied on behalf of a bill in the Alabama Legislature that Blue Key's main problem last year was that the cost of

gave full legal status to 19yearolds. -WHAT'S IIAPPt NINGB1 everything tripled. Perez said.It .

THE ASSOCIATION also has filed suits against a local cost Blue Key $1,300 last year to provide telephones on

independent realtor on the behalf of members with complaints the field up from$600 the year before he said. This year the

of unethical practices by the landlord. HELEN WHELAN bill will be more than $2,000 Perez said.

OCA has 10.000 members and. is open to all students Alligator Staff Writer THE PHONES are used for communication between
(faculty and staff at the university who live off-campus. technicians
responsible for coordination of technical
DIALOGUE Sid Martin will aspectsof
about bills
'speak in the
Grimms said he would like UF's association include
to see
the show such as lights and the fireworks display.
students the
legislature affecting on "Dialogue" radio show
(faculty and start'workers who live off as well as
campus The problems the debt SG bad name"Senator
paying off
tonight from 10:05: p.m. to midnight on WRUF 850. For "gave a
!students. further information call Gary Gunter at 3779964. Sue Cine said even though SG only pays $13,000 of
GRIMES SAID a UF association would have to raise
Gator Growl's of
KNOWLEDGE An informative seminar $29,800 budget. The remainder the budget
a meditation
on
in before it could
approximately $10.000 working capital
technique revelaed by Guru Maharaji will be given tonight at comes from ticket revenues from non-students.
make an agreement with the utility companies. In addition to the line items, the bill all funds
7:30: p.m. in toom 355 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Call extra requires
Ho said the would probably come from a loan from
money Chuck or Greg at 376.7495 for further information. allocated by SG for Gator Growl to go through the SG finance
SG which would be paid back by association member's fees. division for
COLLEGE COUNCIL The Board of accounting."WE .
College Councils will
Grimes said he would the of UF's
to expand
try coverage meet Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m.. in room 1031 of McCarty DON'T WANT to see this happen again at least notwith
'association to include apartment deposits as soon as the "
Hall. For more information call Mark Robitaille at 3769575. Gator Growl Caleb Grimes SG treasurer said
with is successful.
program utility companies ECKANKARi The Gainesville referring to the Blue Key debt.
Eck-Satsang Society will givean
TWO LOCAL utility companies responded favorably to
In a related the Senate last loaned $7.000
introductory talk on Eckankar tonight at 730; p.m. in matter Tuesday
implementation of the .
program. room 361 of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. For more informationcall of the $13.000 allocated for Gator Growl to Blue Key in
"We've under this of but
never operated type arrangement Mike Baoz at 3776453. advance.
I'd he willing to look into it," Jim Milliken. president and
ECKv An informal discussion of Eckankar will be given The loan will be used to pay lor expenses incurred duringthe
of TV Cable Co., said.
l"crall11anager University City,
!! Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. at 103 SW 4th Avenue. Call break between summer & fall quarters before the fall
$5 from
University City presently requires a deposit Jerry at 373-8393 for further information. release. of SG funds.
students but Milliken said the deposit would be raised to $10
MODERN DANCE Jol Quitzow will teach a beginning and THE LOAN comes up for second and final reading tonight

!soon. intermediate dance session Wednesday from 10-11:30: a.m. at along with the budget amendment.In .

RUSS DEEGAN, treasurer for Gainesville Gas Co.. also the American Legion building and an advanced session from other action last Tuesday,.the senate:

liked the idea of guaranteed deposits."I 6.7:30 p.m followed by a brief performance. Admission is $3 o allocated $30 to a special request to pay off debts from
think it's a wonderful idea." he said. "I think it's great per session for participants and SI for observers. For further the Florida Turnpike toll discount program.
personally.. information call Beatrix Aldana at 372-8734.
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must act on integration plan



By LINDA WISNIEWSKI The development of a co-operative Chandler said.
Alligator Staff Writer program designed to increase the number of THE REGENTS ARE CONSIDERINGcontracting
After spending nearly two years and an black doctorate students that graduate from with the FSU school of Regional
estimated $2 million implementing a state universities. Planning to develop models to use as impact
desegregation plan, the State Board of THE REGENTS MUST develop impact study guidelines. Chandler said, adding sucha
Regents has yet to remove the "last remaining study guidelines to determine the effect new contract would cost approximately 5100,000for
vestige of' racism from Florida's universities. programs would have on the "racial mix" at each model developed.The .
The regents have 60 days to correct universities. State University System regents must also devise an alternative; ..r
"alleged deficiencies" in a desegregation plan Chancellor Dr. E.T. York said. to their original plan which allowed FSU and fti
for state universities and community colleges, For example, an impact study was made fora FAMU students studying certain fields -
that was Tiled with the department of Health newCollege of Architecture at FAMU which including economics and special educationareas a
Education and Welfare (HEW) last year indicated the number of white students to take courses required for their
regents corporate secretary Hendrix Chandler enrolled at predominantly black FAMU degree interchangeably at FSU and FAMU.
said. would increase as a result York said, addingthe .The regents original plan was discontinued
If these deficiencies are not corrected only other architecture\ college in the because FSU and FAMU required different
within 60 days approximately S70 million in university system is at UF. courses for the same degree Chandler said.
federal funds earmarked for the state THE SAME PLAN using different fields of
university system could be withdrawn by The regents "had to neglect" formulating study,would still be "feasible" Chandler said.
HEW. Chandler said. guidelines for an impact study in 1974 the Another plan that must be altered is a i x TS;
THE DEFICIENCIES COVER four areas year the desegregation plan was submitted to faculty transfer program that would have
which "will require serious attention" he HEW-because of inadequate funding from allowed state university faculty to move to A
the legislature. Chandler said. FAMU to teach and FAMU faculty to move
said.The
four areas include: to any state university besides FSU to teach. I
e The development of a racial impact THE REGENTS asked the 1974 legislature Chandler said.
study.The for approximately SI million to perform The faculty transfer plan was discontinued
development of a student transfer impact studies but the request was denied and because FAMU faculty members did not wantto
program among Florida State (FSU) and the regents were forced to perform studies move permanently to another state CHANCELLOR ET.YORK
Florida A & M (FAMU) Universities. from their own funds, he said. university, Chandler said, adding an alter .,'must develop guidelines'A
e The development of a faculty transfer However, the 1975 legislature allocated "a native plan is being devised which would
program between FAMU and the other state little over $1 I million" for the specific purposeof allow "swapping" faculty on a temporary black doctorate program similar to a
universities (excluding FSJj). formulating impact study guidelines basis. program recently terminated at UF's Instituteof
Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS)
using funds from the Rockefeller Foundationto
attract black graduate students to the field
Student Survival Handbook offersa of agriculture would be Implemented York

said.CHANDLER
WAS CERTAIN "viable
alternatives" to plans that had not been
glimpse into reality of lifeBy implemented could be, submitted to HEW
campus within the 60 day deadline.
The entire desegration plan must be implemented
FRANK RINELLA he (Sawyer), Bill Ferusck. 3UC. and George such as: What should you do if an instructor by 1980. Chandler said.
Alligator Staff Writer Goodman, 4AS. would rewrite the information gives a test during dead week? Where can a s original desegregation plan
Answers to questions about life at UF that so that it is easy to understand. student study all night? Where can a studentuse was approved last year after a federal court
you can answer as a senior, but wish you could THE HANDBOOK should be available by a calculator for free? How do you change rules in a 1973 suit filed by the National
have answered as a freshman will be availablein Sept. 19 the last day of student orientation. roommates in a dorm? Association for the Advancement of Colored
a Student Survival Handbook according to Alpha Phi Omega. a service fraternity, will The handbook ,will be free to all UF People that ,HEW begin enforcement action
Eddie Sawyer.SG director of student services. distribute copies of the handbook to all of the students and is funded by SG. against 10 states including Florida.
The handbook will answer questions about dorm rooms and other copies will be availableat
the UF administration academics, on-and-off the SG information booth across from the
campus living. Student Government health Hub.
toCT\'ices. how student fees are 'used. counseling Sawyer said the number of copies available License fag deadline nears I
financial aid. the J. Wayne Reitz would depend on the cost of printing.
Union. services to students, student "WE HAVE S4.500 for printing. and from Wednesday midnight is the deadline for information is correct and to make any
publications transportation and other information estimates: that we received from printers in the purchasing the little green tags that make necessary changes.
& about life in Gainesville. Gainesville area before we asked for funding. your current license plates good for another They also request that people bring the
THE SOONER a student can adjust the we should be able to print 10.000 to 12,000 exact amount of cash necessary in order to
better his grades will be." Sawyer said. "This copies." Sawyer said. year.Cars being driven without tags after the speed up the linesOutoftown .,,
hook will answer questions" and help the Sawyer said the cover would be orange with Wednesday night deadline may be fined but checks will not be accepted.
students to adjust quicker. blue lettering and have the picture of the there are no penalties for purchasing the tags Stickers may be purchased at the State
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updated information. Guide.: North, and members of the Automobile
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GEnP FRANK RINELLA

Alligator Staff Writer ,

HOP I On that special day if
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Ferrell Freeman and
Veronica Jane Watkins did
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walls probably caused the
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second time we would have
changed it because she was in
the hospital." Freeman said.

He explained she went into
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Hospital two weeks earlier

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i lot postponements.THE .
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married have
couple lust could n't walt
weddings at the place where
they had their first picnic or FREEMAN, a resident of little cooler we will probablygo Monday. '
in a pretty place out in the Hawthorne for the past 14 down to the Keys," THIRTEEN people wit

I II woods," Hotvedt said. years said they will wait until Freeman said.A nessed the wedding includinga 'I

I I II II "I'll go anywhere they wantto fall to go on their honeymoon. forest ranger. Freeman nurse and a hospital ad-
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High, prices don't necessarily Indicate quality

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I Varying prices complicate choosing a dentistByANNESOMMERS I



Swelling around a filling or crown is an indication of
other that they get along. .
Alligator Staff Writer Hodge said the fact that the Alachua County Dental Societyhas trouble.Take dental floss and run it between teeth to make sure
no set fee schedule helps to account for the great variety in
Losing a filling in Gainesville can be an expensive and prices. there is no snag to indicate a rough filling.
frustating experience.There "The dentist has a service to offer. He can charge for his Hodge, orthodontist, believes that x-rays are necessary:
are currently 36 dentists with general practices herein service at cost or below cost to draw people into his practice. A for the protection of both the patient and the dentist.

Gainesville. Calls to various dentists to determine which high price doesn't indicate a good dentist and a low price "AN X-RAY is necessary so the dentist knows exactly what
wie would be the most suitable to fill a gaping hole reveal a doesn't indicate a bad dentist. When a dentist sets his fees he he's working with. There are certain pathologies that only
maze of assorted prices and policies. must,take into consideration his overhead and the standard of show up in x-rays. If a dentist who is treaing a patient does
THE MAZE faced by the prospective Gainesville dental living he would like to have and balance them out with the not make him aware of the problem then he is liable if the
patient begins when he tries to decide if he will be getting poor market demand," Hodge said. problem becomes severe because it went untreated" Hodge
dental care if he decides to pay $8 instead of $35 to have a Hodge said the small number of Gainesville dentists were
tooth refilled or if he decides to pay SIS to have his teeth ble, to set their prices: according to supply and demand. said.Hodge believes the reasons that some dentists won't quote
cleaned and x-rayed instead of $40. INFLATION also affects dental fees Hodge said. A new prices over the phone is a personal thing.
To make it even more confusing, some dentists refuse to dentist who is in the process of paying off his new equipment "Some dentists may feel that it is beneath their personal
quote prices over the phone and at least three of Gainesville's will have to set his fees accordingly.: bearing to quote prices over the phone" Hodge said.
36 general dentists have stopped taking on any new patients. While older dentists have their equipment paid off they Another problem with giving prices over the phone is that
According to Dr. L Clark Hodge Jr., president of the' must constantly be putting money aside to replace their' the patient might have one thing in mind while the dentist
Alachua County Dental Society, the best way to conquer the equipment when it wears out Hodge said. might be quoting prices for a different problem, he said.
above problems is to get recommendations from friends. Judging dental work is difficult for the average patient, but Hodge warned that a state board dentist license does not
"THE BEST WAY to find a good dentist is to ask a friend Hodge offered several suggestions for checking out fresh
that a dentist is automatically qualified to do dental
for the name of a dentist that he or she is pleased with," dental work: mean
Hodge said warning "Be aware that choosing a dentist is a A good dentist will take the time to answer any questionsyou work.
personal thing. Your friend might recommend a competent might have. "THERE ARE several dentists who may have passed the
dentist whose personality might not jive with your,own. It is Does the tooth you just had treated hurt or is it com test on a particular day who may fail it the next," Hodge
important that when two people work that closely with each fortable. said.

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Alligator Staff Writer movie-making either.
r An Alligator Yet the flick works: if one's tastes do not lean toward the

inordinately pristine, /'Grail" can be ,uproariously funny.
"Monty Python and The Holy Grail" is a wildly Crazy romp lj Subjects for jokes include God,.decapitation and the capitalof

through an old English tale as Interpreted by a crew of Arts Reviewrelated Assyria; it seems that about all they forgot was Rin Tin Tin

zanies par excellence. L Gout then they have a pretty full battery of animal jokes,
"Grail" is less about medieval quests than about manic anyway).

unrealities conceived for the cinema. A descendant, once or One. aspect of "Grail" which bean attention is the

twice removed of the renowned British black comedy camp absurdity. animation. The cartoon sequences, penned by Python
(of which such films as "The Ruling Class" and "The Magic THE FILM achieves success technically by using good member Terry Gilliam, are deviatorily delightful. Done in a

Christian" are part), "Grail" wanders merrily across the cinematography, "lousy-ing up" the special effects for laughsand style that suggests vivification of the Bayeaux Tapestry,
Arthurian legend while along the way drubbing every feather- continuously hurling an:irreverent editing into the faces Glliam simultaneously double-whammies historians and
headed knighthood flick ever made. of the moviegoers. All demonstrating that, by conventional Disney-type animators during his featured moments.
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Hospital addition hurt Shands I
American, who once worked individually but now collectivize may
their schticks and madnesses. i .
"Grail" is their first feature-length film and "Grail's" A proposal to expand North Florida Regional Hospital by will review the need for expanded health facilitiis.
humor, better yet its daffiness quotient is slightly more 150 beds has the head of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center Stetson said a current trend in hospital administration of
radical than Mel Brooks and Woody Allen. Sections of this worried. preventive medicine decreased the need for additional

film's addled mixture include Warhol-camp horror asides, a The expansion proposed by the private hospital could drain hospital beds by treating more patients as walk-in patients'
Trojan hare (after the horse of Homeric fame) and a gang of UF's W.T. Shands Teaching Hospital of both patients and and all proposals for expansion must be studied closely.

woodland giants who dig shrubbery.Of staff, Vice President for Health Affairs Dr. Chandler Stetson
course, in keeping with the tone of many other modern' said.STETSON THE 150 BEDS addition would also require increased
day cinema comedies, the film is extremely loose in form. Plotis MET with UF President Robert Q. Marston numbers of medical personnel. Stetson said he feared North

often discarded so as to allow a full run on comedic em Monday to discuss possible action concerning the proposednew Florida Regional, which pays higher salaries might drain
bellishments; thus bits about Scotland Yard, cartoon wing for North Florida Regional. personnel from Shands and Alachua General Hospital.
sequences (including one in which the animator drops dead) Before the new wing can begin construction, the proposalmust North Florida Regional Hospital Director Paul McKnightcould
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According to a former Brigham Young

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in out of the cold, an atmosphere of spying, /
censorship and harassment pervades campus life ..

at that school.

The former agent said the BYU security force

continually violated the human and legal rights of

students by using undercover techniques and

electronic devices to conduct "witch hunts"

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that at Mormon U, but we have to admit to an

uneasy sense of foreboding over the busting of 12

people at a free Student Governmentsponsoredmovie

on Union North Lawn by University Police

Department (UPD) plain clothes officers the

weekend The almost before unprecedented last. bust of so many Isn't Action politicking a little early ? I

people at a free SG movie has some people, SG

President Jim Eaton included, worried that this During the recent spring quarter Student Government Congress. So why the questionable Action Party references in
may signify a general crackdown on students at elections. Dan Lobeck: candidate for the vice president on the SG advertising Jim Eaton?
such events. Action Party ticket was accussed of purposefully distribuitng Shouldn't Action Party be penalized next election for usingup
the UF Consumer Guide during the week of elections as a all of their allotted advertising space?
publicity gimmick to gain added student votes. Back in October 1974 a student wrote a letter printed in
Not so, according to UPD Capt. Vern Holliman.He .
The Alligator bemoaning the ugly and wasteful plethora of
claims the officers were in plain clothes in an Lobeck consistently denied this accussatkm. explainingthat gaudy campaign signs littering campus. He suggested that SG
effort to stop the high rate of bicycle thefts on the untimely distribution of the Consumer guide was sponsor a pamplet. paid for the combined resources of the
campus these days adding "in all instances the mandated by the important data and information contained numerous candidates up for election containing the

persons arrested were smoking practically right therein. qualifications and campaign promises of each one. The
pamplet could then be distributed by the candidates
under the nosesof the officer. Whether the officer Now the Action Party-controlled SG has unleashed another themselves to whomever wanted to read one.
the of media memorial in a salutation to slick politicking even .
believes the laws concerning use marijuana. ,
though the next election is off somewhere in the dim future.
are equitable or not, he has a sworn duty to uphold
Last Tuesday the Alligator printed a full-page ad. T PAUL SCHULKE
these laws. vertisement sponsored by SG entitled "THINGS ARE
DIFFERENT NOW. ..", a harmless piece of public
Which raises some interesting questions. Did relations propaganda inserted to enlighten unsuspecting L GUEST COLUMNISTDURING
the UPD undercover aces really think that most of students of the great services SG is bestowing upon the

the missing bicycles were being heisted in the campus.

middle of the movie crowd? WHAT REEKS of political partisanship in the ad. the week following the appearence of that letter.
vertisement is a banner length credit line sporting the new a talk show broadcast over WRUF discussed the merits of
Or were they just taking some time off to take in Action Party-spelling of the capital letters S and G with a such an idea but SG. then under the direction of Steve
the free'movie and decided it was easier to infiltrate suspicious-looking arrow pointing off to the right streamingout Merryday. failed to act on the'recommmendation.It's .
from the letter G.
and bust students smoking a single joint
I don't remember being taught bow to spell that in
about
time SG
than to trap elusive bike thieves? school. way decided to act on that idea and restrict
grammer campaign posters to specified billboards as well so as to free
Anybody who remembers the campaign literature which the brick walls and pine trees of this, campus from unnecessary
A recent story about stolen bikes revealed that flooded the campus singing the praises of the Action Party defacing. .
students who have bikes stolen have less than a 17 should recall that the word Action was similary spelled arrow In light of Florida Senator Lawton Chiles' announcementto
per cent chance of recovery. We can understandwhy pointing the way to the voting booth. irefuse any campaign' donations exceeding the paltry sum of
What here? Could this
goes on possibly be construed
as SlOt an amount well below the sanctioned campaigning
legally
if the undercover officers assigned to detect :
advance the Action
campaigning by
Party to saturate the UF limit SG should ob-
seek reform the
similarly to
the thefts are hanging out on the Plaza of the student with that patty's symbol of recognition? noxious manner in which politicking
occurs.
Americas or the Union Lawn busting students. Wt= DON' see the Republicans stamping an elephant Maybe then SG won't find it necessary to visually hoodwink
onto the Presidential Seal just because Jerry Ford sleeps in the students with campaign symbolism because election incumbents
White House. And the Democrats
haven't
the law or not. realistically there is little yet commissioned will be able to boast an important and desirable
Against Harold Rosenberg to paint a giant multi-colored donkey on piece of legislative reform their list of election
on
.that can be done to prevent smoking marijuana ona the Capitol Dome to prove they hold a majority seating in qualifications.

college campus. particularly at an open air event
. like" the free SG movies. In fact some police

departments across the nation in the face of rising The Independent Ion CWi TomShn def .
.crime rates are systematically overlooking such EdI..1ft.ChW Newt EdItor

minor offenses as smoking marijuana.We 'Florida Alligator .

C'tll" tltltt.GI DovgIot Mlftdlr..lmaft.
suggest that UPD undercover officers M Editor ,O tEdltor. .
concentrate on bike thieves and prowlers and IPJan. .

forego the free movies. If, on the other hand, UPDis ,
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do something stupid. 1 already did the stupid thing. Learn r Pole Bean dressed in a midi skirt. I was so busy looking at
from me.LAST. DAVID FINKEL Miss Corinthian that the Polebean seemed only to be a
SPRING, when everyone I knew decided to stay in [ | shadow caused by the late afternoon sun. But enough of

Gainesville for the summer,they tried to talk me into staying I GUEST COLUMNISTbells I allegories it was 9:30 at night.
by telling me how quiet summers in Gainesville are. As We talked and I babbled and stumbled and fantasized in
peaceful as an Ohio valley full of maturing farmboys embellishing the finest tradition of New York Daily News headlines as we
a little lamb. A plethora of calm times. "Nothing walked around the two be 'twrn apartment furnished in early
bad can happen,"they implored as I played hard to get. for the three days the ad ran. Howard Johnsons. asked them if they'd be here all summer
Finally, I was taken in. "Alright I'll stay" 1 yawned My roommates turned out to be the first people who calledme. and could they pay the rent? "Yes," came the replies. "Are
already getting into the spirit of things. ."Hi,"said the sweet, female voice on the other end of the you sure?" I asked not wanting to appear too harsh.
The next day they all left town and the only friend I had wasa line. "I'm calling about your ad in Gainesville's other SO IT was settled. They would move in the next week.
two-bit classified in Gainesville's OTHER newspaper newspaper." Which they did. I came home after a hard night of twirling

begging for a new room-mate. Hearing that opposites attract, I chuckled and was swept into fantasies as I calmly replied pizzas to the juke box sound of Michael Murphy's"Wildfire.
the'ad asked for replies only from sensitive, intelligent and "Come on over and eye the place, toots." ." and as I drove into the parking lot I noticed my
liberal people.Take it from me.classified ads really work to THE KNOCK on the door was right on time. In walked a parking spot was occupied: by a strange" car There were lightson
a certain point. Ring-a-Iing-a-ling went the non-stop phone leggy chanteuse with a set of gams that would do a gymnast in the apartment. "They're here. I said.,Which they were.
Just Miss Corinthian and Polebean and fourteen Led Zepplin
albums which were all being played at once. That first nightwe
talked for awhile and they confessed it was strange feeling
to be moving in like this. "We just don't want you to think
we're taking over:' said Polebean. I chuckled amusedly and
reassured them that nothing upsets me and. everything wouldbe
fine just fine.
HAH! The next day the honeymoon was over. Nylons
hanging from my stereo, strange female-oriented bath
powders and all those Led Zepplin albums. Overnight, my \
'..'- apartment had turned into a Houses of the Holy. Good God \

down. .
/' '+1fI get
V) THINGS WENT poorly. The bills started coming in.Theywere
..- followed by Fred, Carlos, and Doyle. Four nights
running at 3 a.m., I'd wake up to the serene strains of
"Giggles in E flat."
1"1 "Stairway to Heaven" accompanied by
: ;, My fellow pizza twirlers gazed at my bleary eyes everynightand
'.,1 ..1 accused of being on drugs. 1 couldn't even answer
4 this slander because my throat was parched shut after I drank
from a glass of water which turned out'to be peroxide (great I
for the beach look but if you drink it, it's something you'll
i never talk about)
__ BUT NONE of that matters. What does matter is a few
nights ago, Miss Corinthian whispered to me that Polebeanwas
I.. going to make a break'for it that night out on me
and her rent. I dropped my cup of Tetley and was seething tea
,f/j/ and teething, as I rushed to where she was working. "The
fflr( rent's due tomorrow," I told her "Think you'll have it by
"
then?
She smiled, took a moment's pause from her grocery
bagging, looked at me, smiled again, and said "No problem.I'll .
mum have it."
What she meant to say was she'd had it and was stickingme
with it. 1 came home that night to a cleaned out apartmentand

Janis Mara needs to loosen upbefore were a too note close-minded.that said "Sorry" things didn't work out but you

I I reeled in a drunken frenzy and called the little heathen.
.. The conversation doesn't matter. Take away the four-letter
words and we probably didn't say anything at all. But she told

trvina to write column me anything I couldn't when do she anything moved to in.her because she never signed

I "" SHE CACKLED and hung up. Blind justice was on her
EDITOR Janis Mara comes on strong. like bad breath. my OWN orgasm. side, dumb stupidity was on mine.
WILL BE FREE from the 1 now because 1
She calls it "self-defense," 1 call it inexperience.What 1 anger possess It didn't matter that she was a girl. Pish-tosh on
Mara needs bless her sensitive soul, is a good ball. It have now loosened up. I let it flow. He couldn't stop me I'm generalities.Miss Corinthian is still here and we're cultivatingan
INDIVIDUAL, and I don't have to it.
OWN prove
would relax her ,she wouldn't feel tight. my extremely quasi-relationship. No the problem was I
Let your feelings flow. Don't resist just because HE has to Then write your column. Carol I Salzlein3JM I I trusted a 17-year-old innocent from Illinois who wasn't innocent -

do it to you. ((1 I wonder if she's really from Illinois))
HE CAN be gentle and sensitive to what you want, need
and, feel. But he's got to be ripe. 1 can see your disgust with
the breed of sour fruit (eligible males) on campus. The fruit
just has to ripen, then he'll suit your tastes. He's got to be
ripe, wrinkled even, but he'll be most delicious. RECKLESS; SHOCKING*
And Janis.; .you have even said before that a person's looks AWAUlNGI/ MARt:: MY WORDS
arc not as important as what is on the inside(of his head). At BETTY fORDS STATEMENTS
(least that is what I got out of your "Date with Mara" column. WILL HAVE A DEVASTATING
You come on strong on the outside by saying what men EFFECT ON THE MORAL FIBER
may what OF THIS NATION!' NOT TOMENTION
don't give you but you don't come out and say exactly
you need.Say it,Janis. ."1 NEED A GOOD BALL". OUR YOUTH AND
it would be most inappropriate to THE PARTY ITSELFCH /
AND WHEN he's on top "
YOU the one who is on top?
!wy "You bastard, why are
Think of it this way; : :: I
individual because I will have LT7rri
"I 1 don't, have to prove I'm an


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cook inting inmates
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Alligator Staff Writer inconsistent unavailable.. t food .
.,>. ,' \ or splattered on the walls layer of according to Assistant director of Alachua
a
the doctor and he
"Look. I went to grime; coating the
'. f f'J antibiotic to be taken four timesa refri g eras a' e, never County Corrections Department Harry
Awaiting court dates or serving the precnbes an send maintainence ''
crews throb' Since Hamner, the detention
center
maximum one-year sentance, inmates at day.-but,.1>,",1 I ended, up with about one dose a I started working here I ere. in.t fluctuates "between 100 population
Alachua "" said "what the hell is P pi i u up P an and 112"
County's Adult Detention\ Center day, another inmate t ction on my foot that's' .:' Pyksterhouse said.
swelter in the summer heat, pacing cells in the point of trying to cure somebody if you'renot KITCHEN EMPLOYE s a the skin Alachua county's'
undershorts or cut-offs. going to give him the medicine he needs."" dissatisfied are also new adult detention
that only one oft it ks need be center scheduled to open in late September, .v
There is no air conditioning so entire cell Inmates also assert that medical care is not certified by the county board calthb will hopefully incorporate a number

blocks rely on one e portable fan to provide available at night. "The doctor only comes in "You would changes aimed at upgrading the quality of jail
relief from heat and the' smell of closely here twice a week, what are supposed to do the food handlers think they w least 've living," Dyksterhouse said.

packed, sweating human beings. wait until he gets here to get sick?" make sure a physical' iniation to Inmates do not share Dyksterhouse's'
"" they don't have hin confl enthusiasm for the new facility.
"CONDITIONS IN THIS PLACE Fran Day, resident nurse at the detention tagious. said one food hand I
are center admitted medical care is "What's' going to change? We're'
damn "sketchy"" going to
near unlivable inmate Ray Howell Cyril Rou of the
$said.. "The however the situation is a complex one. Aiachul t y Health have the same guards and the same administrators
living, quarters are unsanitary, the Department laid he checked county Jail ,," one inmate said, "a
medical man
is
Nb disgusting.care" slack and the food here is "A LOT OF THE IMNATES want some sanitary conditions last year they were doesn't' forget grudge just by moving to a photo by \joe sklpptr

t t tt kind. of, tranquilizer to help them escape "acceptable' to county sla however different jail;" TRANSITION
mentally fronvtheir day to day existence" Day Rou said "t hey should al give food ,''a meaningful rehabilataflve environment(*
is Each eight by eight cell sleeps four men and said, ""and' others are trying to establish a handlers I chest x-ray." OTHER INMATES VOICED the opinionthat

*t a? provided with a toilet and a wall sink. One diagnosis or a prescribed medication that will "COUNTY the new jail will rapidly fall into disrepairand
cell in "A block" is without a sink and has POLICY 1 is$ only one
r ea be in "
'J.' 3?aYd i 3P' been that way, for "at least a few', weeks.." continued later sentences permanent employee needs I h card and the approximate current detention the same center.conditions presentat New jail stresses r rehabilitation ,-
the
according to the dentention ,
inamtes. center
Any Inmate' requiring "serious medical s'' to that "It's' going to be the same old rat''hole in
Other cells have attention must be taken to Alachua: County, requirement but they hive than one' another "
<< toilets overflowing onto the cook year or two, another inmate said.
out there
floor, a' condition which existed for "two General Hospital or private physicians, which Rou said. Correctional officials dispute inmate's'
unobtrusive visual
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weeks before the administrators heard a "doesn't make the administration too happy Dentention center officials not refute claims however Harry Hamner, assistant supervision

,re couple of reporters were coming over," because it "inevitably runs us over budget many of the inmates com ti. Dyker director of Alachua County Correctional -

Howell said.Lieutenant. allocations. sterhouse $said. "we've' got fl-year-old Department said the new facility: is ""a' chanceto

I ab "SERIOUS MEDICAL ATTENTION" overcrowded building that k g down in provide inmates with a rehabilitative By KEVIN BLOOM specified hours to work or attend classes.In
James is
Dyksterhouse, supervisorof ailment some places. environment.." and while much of the Alligator Staff Writer addition to accredited: college level courses the
the detention center, said some cleaning up any, continuous involving dentistry, optometry or responsibility lies with the county to maintain Alachua county's' new adult detention center will be a detention center will offer inmates' courses in how to obtain

maintenance.had been done recently as part of routine requiring Inmates, also maintain observation.food service is 'We don't have 'the money t into impr'ovements "livable conditions,"" inmates must take jail without bars. I, jobs once released.Dyksterhouse .

"substandard and nauseating. so were waiting ore to the "some interest" in keeping their quarters Scheduled to be completed in late September, the said another facet of the rehabilitative
I new jail: dean. 43,000, square foot facility will incorporate a number of philosophy to be employed at the center will be expanded
INMATE$ SAY
k- paint chips from the walls
,and bars ""I've' seen hair and cigarette ashes in some architectural innovations aimed; at providing an at- visitation rights for inmates.
S ea 9r food causing ofthecellssometimes end up in" the of the food." one of the detention center's' r ,.mosphere, '"more" conducive to rehabilitation," accordingto "VISITORS WILL BE ABLE to make personal contact '!

vomiting. food handlers said. county correctional officials. with inmates.." Dyksterhouse said, "which" is,a big improvement .

"' "INSTEAD OF BARRING the doors and windows, we over current practices."
--
SA "Look at this,: one inmate said digging his "The food we bring to the cellblocks is decided,to use recessed, slotted windows with one inch At the ,county's. present facility visitors must stand six

t dull fingernails into paint on the bars displaying uncovered and one time a guy found a dead thick bullet proof glass,/' .Lieutenant James Dyksterhouse feet ,away from inmates, seperated by two 12 foot high

', .. ";': ,:.:. '1\' ""this yellow shit has paint been a quarter caked of for an inch thick, fly in the mashed potatoes. :' h I IW Ir said: cyclone fences. Although inmates making personal
on and
"' years contact with visitors will be
to search"
subjected a
photo by 10s Ik.lpp.r-." flakes off all the time. Man I don't' mind Food is ___ "strip
LOCKED IN preperation "unsanitary" 'ac: Dyksterhouse, who will supervise the detention center which Dyksterhouse concedes is humiliating, believes.
I .time posses slowly an doing animal.time as much as I do being treated like cording to the prisoners that work as cooks in it, when completed, said the reason for the change was to get the overall result will be "an inmate more willing to help
the kitchens. away from the "typically medieval appearance of most of himself in obtaining release."

r' ,...."" .. -., this country's' jails."" THE CENTRALLY HEATED, air conditioned
-- built at cost of$$2.5 million
building, a to county taxpayersis
Dyksterhouse said he as well as other correctional officials
''R f h believe "the time is past that correctional facilities painted inside in shades of green, blue, red. beige, and
r yellow to "give some relief from the traditional
4i L4 r ) attempt to make life as difficult as possible for inmates to battleshipgray
i fa t { prevent returnees.: so common in correctional institutions,"
oyv
Dyksterhouse said.
Assistant Director ,of Alachua .County Corrections "We: think alternating colors will break themontonyofbeing

yv Department Harry.Hamner concurred with Dyksterhouse surrounded by the same drab walls day in and day
yv'C''C saying, "our responsibility is to provide inmates with the out," Dyksterhouse said.

CI 0 0.t _t'' { 4 means and the environment whereby they can take the "It will be as much of a relief for officers: as for inmates
; r ; ""
.' initiative to rehabilitate themselves: ,;"' he added.Dyksterhouse ,('

., .t [L______ 9 THE ENVIRONMENT PROVIDED by the new said he is satisfied with the facilities but

I v -I Ia detention center located on NE 39th Ave. deviates sees some potential drawbacks in employing'' "the soft
Ij radically from other similar facilities in the state of ,touch", with inmates., .

j r- 4 4a w Florida, in design and administrative philosophy, "I'M' SURE WORD.will get out that this is a pretty, easy
G r' t place to do time so well' probably end with few
; i iw Dyksterhouse said. up a
a __ ____ _
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$ derelicts who committed crimes just to get in here and get

& ;;* b The five sided whitewashed cinderblock k structure is three square meals day;," Dyksterhouse said, "but we get
; : built around a grass courtyard to be used for visitation and that over at the old detention center anyway.""
a
'-s'' : iy recreation. Surrounding the inner yard are floor to ceiling, Dyksterhouse said some inmates may take advantage of

,,,. 'r "r tinted glass windows which will allow "unobstrusive visual. lenient treatment and attempt to escape, a contingency the
; j. y wx superivison of yard activities." center is prepared to deal with.
,.g', J ',7 Dyksterhouse said the'"unobstrusive"vigilance' is part of INDIVIDUAL CELLS have electronically operated six
x 3 R .,
: "" ;4..c.f xq. I a. Tr an overall plan to minimize contact between correctional inch thick steel doors, controlled by a master panel in the

.; ," '..7.".#.,;.:,\ ,;...S'I... officers and inmates.IN security office. Each cell block is provided with two such

(' .. I KEEPING WITH the low key observation there will doors that can be opened and closed together or
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'. ,..' "!G 1 : -;, >>. I .:' n closed circuit television cameras will be installed on the "At any time we can shut this place up tight just by
( I'fO"I'M' < b/ roof in corridors and in cell blocks. pushing a few buttons;" Dyksterhouse said, "But if an
t ."i ,.,:: :., Pti' 1"" L d "What we'll try to do is let the inmates realize they are inmate were already out of the cellblock his only escape

., ",l ..:( '::of ;;" t.., 1It 1- 2 2P responsible for their actions and won't be shepherded by would be over the roof which is a maze of pressure sensitive

\"'t It.\>, .,. .... I guards;" Dyksterhouse said,"That' way maybe some of the detection devices and closed circuit television cameras."'
,". "' '." >!, tension between officers and inmates will be lessened."" Dyksterhouse also expressed concern about the

'/P \,t.' An offshoot of less rigid supervision may be to encourage feasibility of rehabilitative programs having an impact on
f,.. :;v inmates to realize they "can carry the ball and the inmates. '

.\, 1, i make their stay as pleasant or unpleasant as they see fit," "THE LONGEST SENTENCE a man could draw in
'' Dyksterhouse said. this institution is a year and I don't' know' how much can

." .;a ""TilE INITIATIVE to get involved In rehabilitative be accomplished in terms of education. Maybe if we get

programs will have to come from the inmates," them started on the road to learning a tradeorgetting some

.k. tn c ; Dyksterhouse said "We plan to offer work study education they will continue on their own when they get
III' 'w s p pt addition out,"' Dyksterhouse said. "Maybe these will
release programs in to courses taught by visiting programs
ar t i h{, professors from Santa Fe Community College and the work or maybe they won't, but the point is we have got to .
-- C' Universityof t) Florida.:" start doing something for inmates in correctional, institutions ,;,

r Photo by John" 'moron-;; ''i Inmates involved\' in work and study release programs besides! lock them up and throw away the key
DESPONDENT photo.;) by John moron will be allowed to leave\ the detention center: during until. their time is done."" 1
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education planning

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capital outlay building funds in universitiesand
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LINDA WISNIEWSKI
By community colleges. Commissioner oi
.. Alligator Staff Writer said.
Education, Ralph Turlington

._ Will UF continue to sweat it out each year
,>.)Nr q, ,,::'f' 'i;" ... when the legislature appropriates funds or THE COMMITTEE WILL EVALUATE
I ', "> ; "." I will) it be able to plan its budget in air- how.these funds are used by state institutionsand
> s'r' conditioned. luxury ten yean in advance?' determine if there is "a better way to do
'We'//// fake Into : what they" (state institutions) do in terms of
funding. Turlington said.
account the A recently formed committee on %
educational l funding may determine this and Turlington also I agreed with'' Harris that
findings of ..more "just because something is said in a "Role
.'.'N4 ". doesn't it's final
1 -: '" and Scope" study mean a
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other role and 1: strategic conclusion. Of course, we'll take
The I Florida Post Secondary Education into account the findings of other Role and
studies',. Committee will.focus: on determining realistic Scope,studies that have gone on before."
scope budget figures for long range planning of
t universities, 'community colleges, and TURLINGTON, WHO RECENTLY
f
vocational and technical schools, Board of
created controversy when he chose to appoint
1 -Ralph Turlington Regents member and recently appointed himself to the committee also appointed W.
,committee member Marshall Harris said.
Richard Johnston, a trustee at Petersberg
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4 Community College.
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> TIlE COMMITTEE WOULD also try to
improve Code 1 the '"Role and Scope" In addition to Turlington Harris, and
study initiated by the regents six years ago Johnston, Florida State University student
which"completelydevoid of long range fiscal body president Apollo Visko. former House ,
planning" for the universities in the state Speaker Terrell Sessums (D-Tampa,), and
university system. Harris said. Brevard County Adult Education Director
The Role and Scope study defines UF's role Harry Nyquist make up the committee.
'Long range among the state universities. Visko, Sessums and Nyquist were appointedby
UF Executive Vice President Harold House Speaker Donald Tucker (D-
figures Hanson said he would "be delighted" if the Tallahassee).
committee devised long-range budget plans so-
would giveus UF could formulate its budget in advance."I SENATE PRESIDENT Dempsey Barron
appointed former senate president Jerry

I target WOULD LIKE TO TELL people in the Thomas. Phil Lewis (D-West Palm Beach),
College of Education that a new building is and Jack Gordon (Miami) to round out the

dates'.ti not our first priority, but that at such and nine member committee.The .
such a time they'll receive a new building'
Hanson said.Longrange.
ly budget plans would "at least committee was formed by the 1975
x / Harold Hanson give ustarget dates" so new buildings and legislature and will report tothe Board of
t other necessities could be planned, he said. Education and the legislature at the begin
The committee will also study how state ning of the 1976 legislative session
money is used for operating expenses and Turlington said.




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JOSE SARJEGO Turlington is formulating a plan to coordinate the He said there was enough classroom space in the
Alligator Stiff Writer capitaloutlay needs of the different levels of education university system to last until 1985.
The proposed UF mass seating facility should be kindergarten-12th grade community' colleges and BUT HEMP disagrees with Turlington on the classroom
planned with input from "all areas of the community." universities and vocational and technical schools. situation at UF.
according to State Commissioner of Education Ralph
Turlington."A "The system may have enough classrooms,but not UF,"
he said. "The classrooms have been saturated in the
TIlE PLAN calls for capital outlay periods,to take into past
year because several auditoriums, such as Carleton, have
consideration the total needs of the entire community
been remodeled and unavailable.THE .
mass seating facility at UF would be of area instead of just the institution involved. were
significance." Turlington said. "It shouldn't be plannedin "We have more public facilities in education than in all STATE will be able to coordinate the capital
a vacuum." other areas put together."Turlington said. "We should be outlay needs of the various levels of the educational system
F lIE SAID the legislature would not allocate an amount looking at total community needs. Any (capital outlay) because state funds in the form of the gross receipts
of money to an educational facility without some type of expenditure would need to take into account an area.view utilities tax are now being used to construct buildings,
comprehensive community plan. instead of just an institutional. Turlington said. .

The gross receipts tax is a 1.5 per cent tax on public
However. he said he saw no conflict between the conceptof
the plan and the planning for UPs facility. To accomplish this. Turlington said he wants requests utilities which is used for capital building projects in the
UF President Robert 0. Marston has a broadiew to fit from all public school to be sent to his office first before state educational system.
the facility in with the best overall plan of the community. they are sent to the legislature so he can eliminate com Previously large building projects were built using ad
Turlington said. > ,-. .. peting demands. ,j'; P" valorem(taxes from Individual 'On1munities".and. the money
.,' '" -thad to be used in those c'ommumtjctl.! f
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MARSTON has asked the city and county commissions UNDER THE current procedure each individual institution THE AD VALOREM tax it a tax levied on all real
appoint a member to represent each of them on the Ad sends its capital projects requests directly to the personal property in a community.
.r Hoc Committee for a Mass Seating Facility. Gene Hemp Mate legislature for approval and funding. Now, using state funds. a statewide. policy for building
f< assistant vice-president for academic affairs said. Turlington said the educational system has built'too capital projects can be formulated, Turlington said.
The committee is formulating plans for the construction many buildings and places an emphasis on building more 'I I he problem now is to "put these dollars together to do
and funding! of the proposed facility at UF classrooms to relieve overcrowding. the most good." he \aid.P.g.1g. .




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Interested in .
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By SANDRA L.COMBS people she said. according to Tubb.
6 Alligator Staff Writer Radio Station WGGG will AT THE END of September -
A UF political science run 30-second an- chamber members
SORORITY class's research on the nouncements for and againstthe will be polled on the issue and
proposed merger of city and charter and local at the chamber's Oct. 16
Alachua County governmentswill television stations will par meeting, a decision will be
be the basis for a ticipate in educating the made for or against chamber
RUSH ??? discussion at 7 p.m. Wed, public before the November endorsement of unification
nesday the Gainesville Area unification referendum she said.

Chamber_ of Commerce. 300
E. University Ave.
Marilyn Tubb, director of
F communications for the Growl/ : :":"
Any girl who has not yet, signed up f for 1 chamber said "The political (from-page. two)r ;: "

fall RUSH may do so on Wednesday, science class will give
briefings to the eight three
August 20, from 2 to 7:30 p.m.ln the man-teams on their academic The discount program provided students with a discount
Panhellenic Office-327 JWRU findings of the (unification) the turnpike toll road if they would. deposit money in an
charter and then the teams account in advance.
will discuss it." The state eventually discontinued the program, but some
THE EIGHT three-man students who used the program ran up more in bills than they t.*
teams consisting of chamber had in the account Grimes said..
RUSH begins Saturday, Sept. 13 members,community leaders, Grimes said he knew who the students were' and he was
and members of the League of sending them letters requesting that they pay off their debt.
thru Sunday Sept. 21. Women Voters will go to One student has already, paid SG $20, which covers the
different organizations to majority of the debt. Grimes said.
1 discuss the pros and cons of Passed a. bill on first reading to provide 10 vacuum
i A $4.00 fee is charged to participate in RUSH j the unification charter Tubb cleaners to the Interhall! Council at a total cost$2,000.
said. The Internal! Council is a student organization of dor-
John Hardy, participant in mitory residents who undertake repairs and improvements in
the PCL 607 class (graduate the dormitories.
applied political science)said, Passed on second and final reading a bill to open the UF
sT "The studying of the plan Rathskeller in Johnson Hall' at night and provide'entertainment -
started out as a class project for students.
tor our eight-member class to The entertainment would be1 free movies and television and
present to Dr. Bert Swansonthe a revival of Oldie Goldie Discotheque night.
o When You Think of Diamonds ( class' instructor) at the The bill provides $11,000 to purchase a TV system, a sound
end of the quarter." system for the discotheque and additional lighting' for the
Think of 1 Each member of the class facility.
picked up a sub-area of the Servomation. which provides food service for UF. also will
charter to study and make provide the food and drinks at the facility and pay overhead
reports to the teams to aid costs, such as utilities and depreciation of UF equipmentused.
them in education the .
chamber Hardy said. e Passed on second reading a bill to provide$6,500 as
A THREE-PRONG attackis UF's share of funds to create a student lobby in Tallahassee.The .
planned on the area to amount reflects a 25 cents per student charge from
combat the apathysurrounding each of the nine state universities to operate the lobby. The
the unification lobby would operate for nine months and be supervised by the
issue Tubb said. Council of Student Body Presidents. "
Meetings are planned with Passed on first reading an SG personal disclosure law.
the civic clubs, brochures are The law would provide a list of all SG officials and j
to be distributed throughout representatives, including their names, telephone.numbersand
Gainesville and Alachua constituency.
County, and the media are The list would be published in The Alligator in the SG
rl y being asked to help educate newseekly during fall quarter.

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$1.50 till 2:30: p.m. EXCEPT PROBLEMS? Wedding Bond: 4 Engagement Rings 3 bedroom apartment grodlate'upper Photography: t'
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS Trodilienol, O' Cont.mporor desIgn of division mole I block campu $300. J 11:. t 1Save
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m .Generators your 't KOIC. Hondmode/ ,1t\ ,vduols, occupants 5000 additional person 12 I "
2.00400: : wr t .ont the belt' Original, work by th* month l loose 376-6632 after 5pm (b-8u.
2 Starters Soi"" 1 Uoding, Artutt Matttt GoldS 162-p) 371-0700
rv w ItM NRfl1 .,.. 6:058:10: : Alternators ",th oan; j lopidnt OnconditienolC 2 liberal rmmates wanted to shore room 11 N.Main ,In
trialOUIlV.RO 10:15: i'jm.. OZZIE B/ BoppOintn only 'in 2 bdrm opt.;o-c, close 'to campus $25 $>>$30 o month

FOREIGN CAR SERVICE :?y J694 .181! r53-pl.__ ___. dpsl,65-mo-f; 1.3 utilities, call 377-8005 ... .' trantpoitallon. Uv* only 2
TfrnrnyI conserve your dollars buy a dupl>. .liv. (b-4t-167-p) female 8 1 L 1.t' : .t blocks 'from campus.
> ALACHUA COUNTY 'in ont vd. jd r ee.,.. ,incom* from she 14 room graduate, upper division mole T' a""" ,", Jt.tJl,
other *viyr Generator Service 377 6789 (a.37M 152-p)) central' heat washer. $120 include,
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1 lease 378-8122 b-Bt-162-p)
stir Diltrtfb HP-S3 programabl pocket calculator/ utilities yr. ( SaayH4iilavuYicaber.115W .
It 1s1 Pnlba/l/'WI'II' bedrooms
Tunny" 508 NW 8th Ave. adaptor all ocoworio' plus security ROOMMATES WANTED: shaded unique D"' iv:'Ave.
CL1mT 'oiiiiii' cradle ,lncluded.S450 volu..for$27S 37SSH2 wooden house 3-bdrm In NW section. .Laundry facilities
) 3784011i ((o-3t-163-p) yard.".... prefer non cigarette smoker / 37MB43 X Furnished
1970 Kcnkraft 29' trovol trailer like now $92. 3751062. (b-2t-167-p) eGos Grill
In a f,... park in Miconopy, or roady to For Rent Mobile Home Furnished 2 bdrm Jonlar Associates Large Poo
roll perfect for 1 or 2 lludenti. $4500 I IVt bath, new carpet drapes _her. 31 N. Main St.
Now (eating 'for foil
466-3723 (o-5tJ66-p) dryer, couples only, no pots $180 per I I
AKC rogittoftd IRISH SETTER PuppiM month, deposit 373-5657 (b-4l-l67-p) ,"h t 12 months leasesavailable.

championship bloodlinoi, great hunlor or TREES, lotto room to move, real wood t 372.6511 Office opon
how potontiol, beautiful all shots t brick photo darkroom + studio, AND 10-5 EVERY DAY (
wormed $100 each. 373-1383 (o-3t-166-- your own room In a really beautiful 4br So. ui for your printing noodilResumesBrochuresNewsletters ) 914 SW 8th Av*. 378-7224E
P)) 3bath house (NW section). Mellow
need money, tenlth 14 In color tv, roommates.' Prefer female t non-cig. 1
thump 650 rebuilt'; riorman-kordon smoker. CALL NOW-line ore
I cot..". d.ck: -dolby, bicycle rims t open 377-5232 (b-3t-167-p)
campy huhi call lomg 377-8087 (a-5i- beautiful large 2 br air-conditioned, Now
"(".oS .. 166-pl) furnished, mobile home on shaded lot r.Drol: \ [b Playing

HOUSE FOR SALE $27,000 3.1, central air close to available, now. $150 mo. $75 U' 1\-1
t heel, washer, dryer, dithwother, I tree* deposit 377-6325 (b-lt-168-p) 1l "I( U.\U : 7:10

C quiet UP 2 ml 218 NW 35 T.... Just off roommate wanted for unique contemporary 7)1 w. UVw.ers.tv Ave
U. Ave. 373-3961 (o-4t-166-p) house overlooking) historic 9:40

15x18 trailer t room fully equipped air, duck pond. large private' furnished
heat, lorg. frottfree refrig. call after bedroom with cathedral ceiling, Garage
5pm 376-1995 or 377-2171 (o-4t-167-p) avail.I $140 mo. + util. 373-5003 (b-lt- You'll FEEL it as well as see ill!
168-p)
CRUISE with tunet-get this Sanyo auto-
yc reverie. co,"". d.ck for your car. Incl. 2 female to shore 3 br house for sept
tape, speakers, all orig hardwar.. like own rm.,70 + 1-3 util. call(3055642816or
new-$100 firm Coll Rick at 377-5232 Tro- write 1423 NE 27 St.Ft loud. Plo 33334b2t.l69.pd
lo-lol' (o-2t-167-p) ,( ))

EXPAND your VISION with a Soligor Mar. F roommate wanted for fall thru
1 P 7 28mm f-28 wid. angle I.n. Ills all sum qtr own rm In 2 br opt oc,$90 mo. +
mkon, + nikkormat camera only $55- H ulil. beautiful place see Frank at )1513
call Rick 377-3232 NOW (o-2t-167.p) NW 3th Ave No. 53 (b-lt-168.pl)

vw 1967 $400 good cond call 377-8776 Roommate needed to share country.
after 3 00; also HP 33 $70 (o-2t-le7-p) garden apartment with 3 other girl
$62.00 a month plus V utilities. ,Call aCNi110N
Pioneer Turntable, never uted. wo$130
'Ingrid 392-2184 (b-3t-I68-pl)
now $100. check II out. 373-2473 (a-2t-
167-p) Need Female to share 2 bd at Univ. opt.
starting Sept. I, lease $82 mo. Call 305-
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 1973 Klrckwood
822-6515 or writ to Susan at 270 E. 39 St.
Mobil. Home 12x60 1 bedroom 1 d.n NESiOM
Hlh, Fl (b-5t-168-pd)

(1 IVk o-2t-q76-p bath Brittany) Estates Call 378-7032 2 mature rasp persons to shore Ig br. In In G WImm 1 [ E m[ [DTE08NE
2 br Gatorwood Apt. avail. mid s.pt,
H s 40 mobile home,utility hed Prairie opprox 80 mo. + 1.3 util. Call Steve 372-
View wooded) lot low rent ideal for l mlI mnlnf IOJOEI
5235 anytime (b-lt-168-p)
ttudenl or couple $2000 372-9837 or 377-
i'I 2048 after 6:30: (o-3t-166-p) WANTED Ilt IIIUml.QIllfI'II11m w .uN

1972 12 x 60 Champion 2 SRI both Very
large room central air Shag carpet, GOlD t SIt\I, Tnrringt a pold for drape I sheen Utility' shed bar t stools, old ... onfidentiol., Call
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beamed cathedral ceiling of highest O2ZIE 37338wlmt53p, I ) i fWlfe..1I+ I .. .
quality. Call 377-8389, 377-6992 Or 3770278 .
((0-3I-16B-P) Wonted-Must hove someone take over
Ibdr opt In Univ. Garden In Sept 9 mo
Electric Typewriter (portable) In good loose-Ellen Goldmon 2418 Thomas 51
condition only $60.00 call Roberta at Hwd Flo 33020 305-929.7380 (c-5t-165-
I 373-3542 (a-3t-168-p)II P1ROOMMATES)_
I 12. 60 Mobile Home 2 year old centraloc WANTED Individual
I turn own i skirt dog pen at' Wind- bedrooms, central heat t air' 2 block
meadow Avail. 8-21 Just reduced
I to from campus, large pool t got grills, off-
$5900 eve 372o1t.I68pdl( )
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street parking Apartment
1973 Kowosokl 175cc tree -trail 1000 378-7224 (c-h-165-c1) -
I mile good dependable cheap transportation r
Grad female roommate,own bdrm, both
$700 call vmce 373-7477
or
Pt. West.6118 mo. + Vt expenses call
'If' 392-3749 (o-3t-l68-p) lisa KauPman (low student) Jot ((904))
TEAC A-1230 auto reverse stereo tope 744-1442 prefer non-"moker (c-4t- 2 for 1 1Buy
deck. excel condo $100 call 373-7706 (10- 166-p)_,_
lt-168-p) _
12 i 63 1973 mobile home, fur... 2 br, 2 one get
r full both, central t heat $200. t 'takeover
pymts of $81, 376-5153 after 400 Cinema 4 1
pm (o-lot-Si-pd, ) 1s

SURI BOARDS cheoo, used elot 5'6" twin
fin,e'O"single' ,TO'obout 20.00 unfixed
F. 1 wil.' repair Call Ed after 5 pm 375-1594 1

JIM CONNOR >: RALEIGH(e-3i-16S-p 3-SPEED) MEN'S BIKE 2 yrs old

great condition. $45 or best offer, call 2.10 S. ;
378-0269 after 5 pm must sell AOO I IlpElfltl! Plzza .
1 graduating (o-2t-16Lp) 5:50 FREE .

Almost new 8 x 12 red shag carpet in 740 With this coupon buy any
s great condition only $30 also A' x 12 :30 G giant large or medium pizzaat
gold short shag carpet one yrold only regular price and receive
$10 Cell 373-7033 (a3t.168pIFOR ) one pizza of.the next smaller

2 size with equal number of ;
RENT Jae Don Baker ingredients FREE) One '
.6ile coupon per visit please.
Bottlc furnished house graduate upper division 2:30 ,
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mole I block campus $120.00 each A:3S .--- :: rue :: .0(
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WANTEDNeeded PERSONAL PERSONALPERSONALITY LOST & FOUND Mocks from. campus.* only. 2

file roommote wonted. $SBmontIk On. Woman to live in o three Pregnant t need help? WE CARE callBirthright Research In Occupationor Reward offered for lot cot White with
utilities. etll allowed, t. V.noColl bedroom house on NW 7th Ave at.soon 37749479t163p(| ) Choice., Jr., ST., Grod, Prof. students blue eyet. Part Siamese with black rings
.11i at possible, for more 'Info Call Amy 37- collar.Call 377-4688 he needs Color TV !In every opt.
DON'T SMOKE YOUR HEALTH AWAY I sought In vac woos: But., Econ., Arch., on tail no
reomote. upper div or pro 5805 (c-Hi-168-p: ) Self hypnosis. lure to stop you. Lose low Dent,Engr., Ph,.. & "'01. Set, Agr. hit pill I. l-5t-l64-p) OOH' sheet port 8olndividuol
far 2 Broom I both airmmi Need place to live lor Sept. Juno weight too. Private appointment. (all mall,),Forett,Vet.Med,Math., Inter. found longhaired while mole cot with bedrooms
0,100 n l 1, $100 + 41 utilities school year. Prefer own room dot to Theodore Rent, 3727008165p(| ) Oet,Educ.,Nurt.,Soc.Wk., Ed.Set..Sec. while collar NW 5th ove. if yours or if oLoundry '< ,onn 372-0110 (c 3t-161 campul Call Pritcilla at 3762402. (c-3t- Personality Feedback given. Call 375- you wont him a real sweetie, call 376-
vitcaya eFumished
on* t6S- ]) Spend Nine, months in Europe on your 0391 AM t ...... M.Th. (j-v-166-p) 0827 keep trying (l-5t-l65-p)
own. Help .Co Gills
Thor contervattve female for complete our group Leaving need PXE-MEO PRE-lAW Student low necklace-gold chain in
division own room in opal
9ro& or flipper Miami Sept. II, 1975 and June 15,
smote t new 2 br trailer oc.S60 + 'It util.,1 close to 1976 Air, return starting prof training In fall and RECENT vicinity of 18th tl + in Ave.. nw Rewardfor elorgeroo
repo'no.at - 3174503 allow S. (c-3t-167-p} 2382 anytime keep trying (C-2M68-P! ) Pj pm (| '4 hour quettnr.call Seth 372-7115 (1-3t-(| 11 I am + 4 pm Nancy (l-2t- f% t 12 Mo.... .....
168-p) 67.p1 1
mole' fennel, owf need ride to or near California will evellablw OffIce .,...
oo/nmot/ bedroom apt prefer lot, HELP WANTED 2 persons need ride lo or near St. Louis, found prescription eyeglawei frI aug. 8on
in two share driving t enpentet. coll collect 10-1 WIRY DAY.
month + I M Missouri' vicinity around Sept. 7, will north lawn of union-at "poralloit
crudest 107.50 per part-time mold to dean rooms and 721.1132 ,in |lox after eug. 18. Martha (I.| shore driving &gas Call 378-2252 ask view"call to Identify 378-594 or leave 9I 14 SW 8th Ave. 3787224CALCUius"1
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keep trying
371-5949
dais Mike adjoining facilities IS to 20 hri weekly 61-166-p I )
for Jim3t168p
Potty or (| ) note at low tchool. (1-31.167-11)
16791 flexible, hour 373-8970: (e-5t-tt5-p) ...
''< t-" ,,tvlr,,' -+ett- Delivery person wonted.Apply,in person ---------
W CHARWS CHICKEN 3139 Sw II St.
_. t. Must have own cor (e-lt.l6g-c) !
ALACHUA
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london. moleytludent to aid handicapped, grad
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in daily living activities will pay MADE EASYby
..Try our No-Set English, room board utilities tuition Call Staff
Curly Permanent\ ;, Offer 6 at 373-5685 (o-2t.l68-p) COUNTY Sllvonu P. Thompson F.R.S.

377-2643 AUTOS A supplementary text I

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FORD GRAN TORINO WAGON 1973 INFORAAATION
MIKE'S Super clean with many tutrat Mutt S*III, from the preliminary I
Call 376-5012 tpecialy priced at only terrors of Differential I
Boofcttoro. Pipes $2500 ((fr-163-p) c.""
Calculus and th.'lntegral I
Tobacco Shop 1974 Comoro like, new power steering' AND
DowntDwn1161.E.1. and braket, radio air new tires, excellent I Calculus. I
condition only 9000 miles, $JqO()
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*. M-FM evening 373.5886 (a-Sl-165-p)
Sot. .., 1963 Chevrolet impala "bu,118 REFERRAL Send $3.95 plus .40 postage ft tax I

automatic' transmission, rebuilt, bakes in to: ProUMlonal Associates '.0. Box 14562

I good mechanical condition,' current inip University Station Gainesville Florida
sticker $450 37S-I383 ((9.-166-p)

RIDING ACADEMY RENAULT Gordmi, 1967 28 mpg excellent SERVICE
town cor recent Inspection sticker in NAME __
I IH good mechanical condition, $400 I
,,' ''. e f j negotiable 375-1383 (g-5t-l66-p). ADDRESS

dattun 1974 2602 copper brown 373-8577 MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED I
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beautiful air conditioning 10600 mi .-----------------------
$5200 392-1251 3765019: (4t.lo7-p)

Gremlin 1970-Encellent condition, high,
mileage MUll tell-let'l talk 375-0965 (g-
WICKERSH: 21-167)_
BeI.ederl.blul.Doe.'tlook
65 Plymouth
great but runt great engine, ,in fine,
I ETC. condition, 76 tog not Impacted for 76
$120! firm 373.9700 (g.2f.I68-p)

377-2236 Attractive econolina von economical,
engine, speed runt beautifully, Body
Good$600 392-4963,378.1959 (g-3t.166-

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A .true luxury carl' 1969 Olds 88 All
power Air cond. Vinyl tgp Really looks
like, new$900 Illegal Coll 377-1339,377.
6992 377-0278) ((3-31-168)_

1973 Toyota pickup' mechanically, perfect
low milage |use 'inspected mutt tell ,it
this' week $1695 4851011 (ll-168-p))

Jvggtsftd Retail HOE piutrortlportation

taxtI, PERSONAL 0Wr

dealer* Prep SARA'S rSONS
Small clone $25 per mon
'1215 NW 5th' .. rte '3th, St) Mon thru
BROWN
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4222N-W '9* SI SAMMIE OF LONDON Have a hair style
.2643 716 W.
377
to wit your pertonolily
University Ave d-fr-153-c) _

still, 35e woth cm city, plaza. now
-- remodeled t reopened "the wash tub"
dry told tervice-we'll do your wash 25c '
STREIT'SSchwinn per poundd7m.midnite' everyday (|-7t- rj1W#

164-pJL)
fa ii lon' removed per
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1Wrheat
Cyclery monently and Dwyerelectrologitt ram
Sales& Service on .,. ort eipnience

All makes of bikes Call 372.80JY I. if 1520Bookpockt ;
ponchos 0. ht1hpj
hiking shoes> loin 11
pugprool err
whitrtlog, "A-ejol .* in suits, .
Trail Center
tents Allan > 3448 W Ur. .__J7t9233 (d-fr-1S2-t) (Qttr
Room 300R.II
Write. to Baha'i Association
Union, UF for free ,mtroducto-y
pamphlet. on Boho'l Faith, (II.| fr-160-c) .""

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AIDING ANY PHYSICAl AND MtNTAL. attentive. home study material provide hanging boskets, reasonable, assorted CLASS RINGS
I ".,..; ANALYSIS WITH EACH I I ABILITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETIC'. me bell dollar value for lSAT and MeAT pot' plants, bring,this ad for free starter DIAMONDSWATCH(
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UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
.300 SW 4th Av. 378-44 S.W.16th Ave
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_vice ,thesis
BIndery unique journals
PROBLEMS? and book pertonolly nomed call Cmn City Plaza
ENGlISH library ond BINDERY for free fputB
estimates 373.8455.6(!m-19M3a-p! ) _
We've got all' the answers :SLEEPY HOllOW HORSE Form riding [-r

k r SalesServiceSuppliesLease academy, t boording ttoblei. ,
Professional hunuaot instruction
beg 's. odvonc.d excellent/ Let'AIIen's
boarding -- Volts w- pasture 373-1039, l
ASSOCIATEDBUSINESS 466-3724 (m-15t-l54-p), 1

SCUBA CLASSES STARTING July 28. All
SYSTEMS scuba equipment provided. 4 open Ipickyouup"
water divei. Fun, safe cloitti.Sa :
724 N. Main 373-3359 let.Service a Repa in.Air Tom
Allen Co-h oct of Wild Kingdom.Alia n'l
Aquatic t Trail" Center. Inc. .3448 W. do n
Unlv. 3739233. (m-fr-154-t:) ) (When studying gets you

LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near UF 20
hour, $70 Half of our students' scored. When stomach tells you've studied!
over 600.Course repeotoble free 70 pi.improvement your you
't '' SweetI'm got. by the second try or your needa
money bock Attend first. class free no enough tor your finals, or when you just
obligation. Call ((305)) 854.7466 (m-l>-
an Air Fore of-
tics and title It my I 158-o) rest, take your study break with Allen'sand
sweet chariot.Whan I
ORE PREPARATION COURSE Near UF IB
visit liaooy home to see people m*.And are hours$35 course repeatable free.Score. enjoy your favorite sub, sandwich, or combo
proud. They ay I'm 1000 by the second try or your money .
doing: my part In the. bock Coll ((305)) 854-7466 (m-13)-l58-p) I
community by showing (with your favorite beer or wine).
the TYPING EDITING Theses, Dusartatlont,
and !adults: that Term Papers, MA 'In English, IBM .
ruyIlf: I'I Si lertrlc 37frO547 (m-Ht-159-p)
your-chars of the \ It ELECTROLYSIS by appointment. Some And remember .......
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food I alto lif.' feel, good ii evenings end week-ends available.Mrs.
about my petition. In J.N. Korp Registered ElectrologiM. Ph. DAILY HAPPY HOURS 2-7
the Air Force community. 376-5673 (m-iaiAO-p)
I'm. leader "d } ,,/ \,J;
akc basset hound for stud champion
there too. I'm tome- r
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one the. other; broth- blood,pick of litter 371-3 U7 (m-3Mo4. PITCHERS OF -

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art and sisters service I meet FORMER JUDAEANS 1. Interested, In Old Milwaukee $1.00
in the can
took to. And) M reae- rf leading club In'the. Miami Area starting
suns them to know Sept. CONTACT: FLORIDA DIRECTOR
they have a vote In Borboro Snyder 371-614 NOW! .. Schlitz/ 1.20
Air Fare matter that .
concern them.Th HORSES BOARDED: beat feed iL core. ,.
*.Air Fore needs Informal, friendly. Only 6 ml from UF. Bud 1.40
lead.re..pilotsaircrew
.mor.. members large tallt-75. Pasture. 125. 3764719.
...math maicr ... clone Keep trying (m-IO-164-p)
malor* and You engineering might; be; WIlL TYPE YOUR REPORTS THESES,, ETCCall :
en of them end the Sand) ((378-5754-otler 5p.m.) or
bt way to find that Debbie ((377-7806-after 5p.m.) (nv3k EAT-IN TAKE OUT
out ROTC t*program.In an Air There Fore 167-1'')

are two, three andfouryear Need typing farm papers, reports
programs.Scholarship and non diteartotlont, ate. Experienced typist,
cholarthip. Why not neat dependable In my home 65c a
look Into all *f thorn page and up.Call 376-7870..(m- -l68P FREE DELIVERY
and see If one fits )
your plant?It.,worth
II, brother. Mathematics Tutor Any. courses In Moth
especlolly Calculus ond Difequotiont
Come by time at 403 Grinter Hall
any Call
Give US d
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pkk-vp -delivery.. Reasonable 1 Sunday :

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*j f*OMMMI oflnformtttom 4fiMictttoiit
Stnktt comm** Notify the Persons desiring to be heard on one or Deadline for giving the notice Is Wednesday
tnlt offlcal nollftt 4 fetporrmr more rules being adopted by the Univer- ,Aug.27,at 5 p.m.Any written request
wfo swtfon lu itudtttt,ftait\.c sity, to become effective Oct. 1, should bearing an Aug. 27 postmark will also be
mil tl Ike l-rh'"uty of Florida Office Of request the hearing through the Office of honored.
the President, 226 Tigert. Expression of desires to be heard are in
The Notice of the desire to be heard can be accordance with the Administrative Procedures -
President
transmitted in person or by writing. Act. The Act gives 14 days from
VeterinaryBasic -.....- the ,date of publication of notices of
hearings for desires to be expressed.
Sciences Persons desiring to be heard should state
explicitly the rule or rules, by number.
This procedure enables the University to

Below Estimate arrange the hearings.for proper officials to be presentat

Hearings on 115 rules are scheduled to
University Architect Neil Webb has begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, and
recommended to the Board of Regents that will continue through the week as long as
Reinhold Construction Co. of Cocoa be necessary.The hearings will be conductedin
awarded the contract to construct the T Bryan Hall auditorium.
Basic Sciences Unit for the College of Notices of public hearings and a'
Veterinary Medicine, at a low bid of summary of each rule were published in
$3,835,400.The the Aug. 13 editions of the Gainesville Zr::
bid, opened with 13 others Aug. 12, Independent and the Alachua County
was approximately $100,000 below esti- Advocate.Copies of the rules are available
mated costs.The University has requestedthat -at 3 cents per page or$5.43 for the set-in
those funds be used for purchasing the Campus Shop and Bookstore.
movable equipment and furnishings.The Rules being considered at this time
building will be constructed as an M1A 4k include general university organizationand
annex to J. Hillis Miller Health Center, policies, Administrative Affairs, Stu-
attached at the northwest corner. Webb dent Affairs,J.Hillis Miller Health Center,
estimates it will be six weeks or more and Institute of Food and Agricultural
before construction can begin. Construction : Sciences. Hearings on rules of the Educa-
is already underway on a $10 million tion and General colleges will be held
Teaching Hospital for the Veterinary during the fall quarter.
College across Archer Road from the t0 r Hearings and filing of rules is being donein
Health Center. compliance with the revised Admini-
The four-story Basic Sciences Unit will strative Procedures Act passed by the last
session of the Legislature. Most of therules
contain classrooms, laboratories and fac-:
ulty offices. have long been in existence, but the
> .,:.6 'fi lj JI.W Of law requires that, any rules enforceableafter

THIS WEEK Outstanding Graduates To Be HonoredThe filing Oct. 1 procedures.It must go through. the hearingsand

University of Florida Alumni Association will honor seven graduating! seniors at was not possible to compile E&G
EnvironmentalConference Aug. 30 summer commencement exercises. From left, criminal Justice major Richard college rules in time to meet various
Ginsberg of Miami will be named Four Year Scholar:physics major Philip Duval of Key deadline requirements. They will be
West, Two Year Scholar. Outstanding Leadership awards will be presented to processed under emergency procedures of
And Journalism major Sue Cline of West Palm Beach and marketing major Bill Rogers of the act or the University will operate
Pompano Beach.Not available for pictures were two physical therapy majors-Two Year without the rules until they can be
Scholar Gary Crowell from Sarasota and Four Year Scholar Diane Siwek from North processed through regular procedures.
Concerts On CampusThe Miami and recreational therapy major Camille Larmoyeux from Jacksonville,who will Emergency adoption would permit the
receive the Intramural Athletics award. rules to be enforceable for only 90 days.
University of Florida's School of
Forest Resources and Conservation and
the Division of Continuing Education will Beverly Keene Appointed

host the 22nd annual national conference of I
the Environmental Education Association Nursing Services Director tr"'fl

through Wednesday.Some .
260 will attend sessions in
J. Wayne persons Reitz Union and McCarty Beverely A. Keene, R.N., has been the 15,000 patients admitted annually to
appointed director of Nursing Services at the 434-bed teaching hospital. Working
Auditorium. The theme for this year'sconference
Shands Teaching Hospital.Mrs. closely with the College of Nursing, Mrs.
Effective
Is "Education for
Keene will also coordinate clinical tea-
Resource Protection and Use." Keene has served as interim ching activities as they relate to the direct

director since August, 1974. She succeeds care of Shands patients. ,
PIANO RECITALSThe Julian S.A. Cicatiello, R.N., who resignedto Mrs. Keene came to the University of
accept a similar position at Miami's Florida in February 1973 as assistant
Music Department will sponsor Mercy Hospital.As nursing director in inservice education, a
three piano recitals this week. Steven position she held until July 1, 1974, when
Gameell will play Monday. Graduating director of Nursing Services, Mrs. she became acting director of Nursing
seniors Joel Dunphy and Robert Price will Keene,'32, is responsible for the organization Services.A .
Perform Tuesday. Hebron Self will solo implementation and management of 1965 graduate of the University of
Thursday.The free public recitals begin at all aspects of nursing services within the Cincinnati College of Nursing and Health
1:15: p.m. in Room 120 of the Music Shands Teaching Hospital. She will coor- with a B.S. degree, she received her
Building. BEVERLY A.KEENE dinate 'activities of the approximately master's degree in medical-surgical nursing
Director of Nursing 560-member nursing staff which cares for ,supervision from the University of
"LOVE YOURSELF"The Washington Graduate School in December -

1966.Notify.
State-Funded OrganizationsMust
Continuing Education division will
continue its "Learning to Love Yourself"open ;
workshop Tuesday in Room 122 of File Approval FormOffices Registrar

Reitz Union at 6:43: p.m.TWWGHTCONCERT. Of Address ChangeStudents

on campus with persons or groups belonging to organizations to which dues will
paid from state funds,must fill out an approval form, if they did not do so In 197475.. who have recently changed
be
should be forwarded to Richard Reisch, 108-A Johnson Hall as quickly as their local or hometown address should fill
The ,Summer Band will present a These requests out a change of address form in the.
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Twilight Concert Thursday at 7 p.m. on the possible.Florida law requires that the Secretary of Administration in Tallahassee approve Registrar's Office 33 Tigert Hall. Other-
Reitz Union North Lawn. The Band will" or-at.lra.ionalmembershipspaidfor! by the state. The law also requires that the books wise, registration appointments grades,
play light music such as "Popcorn, ; other Important information be w'lost
be open for public inspection. or may
organizations
... ihi se
"Theme from the Rockford Files" and { obtain additional forms or information, call Reisch at 392-2386. or delayed in the mail.
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reduced the total
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) special 48 players on road games while basketball teams will be Another cost cutting action
In minor sports from 209 to
offer
economics convention this weekend passed several pieces of limited,to ten players. There had been no previous limits. scholarships any school may
legislation i designed to cut expenses. Also the convention acted upon recruiting rules saying no, 80 excluding football and basketball. the<
Coaching staffs of Division One; schools-the 234 largest college could visit a recruit off its campus more than three A total of 73 pieces of legislation were presented to three
acted were
colleges will be limited to one head!,coach eight assistants, times a year. Time periods were set for when those visits may. convention and 50 were dealt which with. Not called for upon Division One
and two part time assistants in football and one head coach take place. share-the-wealth proposals with
bowls and basketball income .
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two assistants and one part-time assistant in basketball. In addition no high school athlete may accept more than ,schools to share television
and Three.
There had been! no limits previously. six expense paid Visits to a college. There had been no schools in Divisions Two '
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Y sport-not for your average armchair adventurer. (right) fn another Sunday afternoon battle ,,j
F (left)Dennis Lamb (27) of Savannah Ga. leads Harley Davidson-mounted Vince Kutis of Ocala
w teammate Rick Burnett through the infield fends off BMW rider Jim Urmsonof of Eustis.

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I l tember 18 during Freshman
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f NIGHT OF THE, IGUANA This Is an excellent opportunity to Reitz Union North lawn
promote interest! and expand.?
Three people find !themselves in' an isolated membership in your club.

f section of Mexico -- a:defrocked. priest who. .. ... Interested ,organizations should
conducts tours for American"tourists,"dri earthywidow 'come'by the Program Office,'R6 m" '. NEXUSis
who runs a delapidated hotel, and a : 330, JWRU'or call 392-1655 for more :
spinster artist. What happens! when three lost, : information. :
I ,desperate people meet?' Starring' Richard .. ..
Burton, Ava Gardner and Sue Lyon. .. .. coming in the Fa
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While you are.here for orientation, you should plan a trip.to the CAMPUS

and BOOKSTORE.located: in the Hub. ..___ __ _
SHOP (see Con campus map.) We Donna Horton, ur 11:"'stop h.woman guucr 11' f Ins hed sewn d 'in fA
are the official U of F bookstore and the most conveniently located for you, the 75th U.S. Women's Amateur Golf Championships this

the student. ', weekend.
Furman University sophomore Beth Daniel won the event
.q J ',' '.1 > and avenged an earlier defeat to Horton in the 1971 Carolinas
..'." Junior Championship. Horton formerly attended the
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fj. the 26th hole and the pair exchanged birdies on the next two
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Horton,however hit a bad tee shot on the 30th(12th)hole
: : and Daniels took advantage' of the error. 1
a ; f .-'ki-p-d; ; ; the; 31st and 32nd holes and'sewed up the
match with a birdie on the 34th hole.
: In the semi-finals Horton defeated Massachusetts
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