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: Joe Little sweeps Group One


II; Green Williams in runoff



"
By JUDY MOORE
and s
JANETPARKAlligator
Staff Writers
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Incumbent Joe Little swept the Group One ri--
" Gainesville City Commission race with 63.8,
';, per cent of the vote, while .in Group Two,
political newcomer Aaron Green will face :
... -
'' former commissioner Ted Williams in a Y.s Y.
runoff May 20. f

In an extremely light voter turnout Green < _
picked up 36.2 per cent of the vote with 2,279 x a1l
, in an unofficial tally compared with Williams'
27.1 per cent or 1,690 votes. Williams edged
''I f' attorney Ann Winnie by 97 votes. 3; ,photo by andy newman
1 THE OFFICIAL results will be announced 1! ( WILLIAMS I
after the ballots are canvassed at the Alachua kR .praised opponents'campaigns
County Supervisor of Elections Office s
beginning at 10 a.m. today.
Winnie received strong support in student
districts but fell short of the runoff with only
11 1,593 votes. Winnie was followed by land-
t scaper AI Muzzell 'with 396 votes, James
Hyland with 232 votes, and James Shelton, ,gym N d 1 L
who received 52 votes.
!II
OF THE MORE than, 35.000 registeredvoters
only 6,242 voted which does not include -
81 absentee ballots. Only 217 students
voted at the J. Wayne Reitz, Union precinct,
! where more than,4,000 students are registered
I as voters.
Winnie and Green split the majority of the I
student support with Green scoring high in .......... '":.I"""' t" _;I" photo by andy newman
the predominantly, black precincts and JOE AND LUCILLE UTTLE'' photo by andy newman AARON GREEN i

Williams capturing the majority' of "the .. .elated over election results .'crossed line
working community vote.
WILLIAMS SAID he was not really
surprised at the results especially with the House $247 million
low voter support. appropriates
"I thought,all along in the back of my mind
that i It,would turn out this way, I'm keeping,
an open mind about the runoffs,"" he, said.
.' Green's campaign manager ,Judy Miller for next year's univers'ities'budqetcriticizing

said with a larger voter turnout Winnie might ....
have beaten out,Williams for the runoff spot.
"AARON HURT Ann by taking liberal By STUART EMMRICH approval. the provost system in some of the
votes:. A larger voter turnout would have Alligator Staff Writer House Appropriations Committee universities.
meant, more liberals voting" she said. Chairman Ed Fortune D-Pace said an "LET'S ELIMINATE the unneccessary use
'; Green said that he hoped he could attract estimated $2.3 billion source of state money of tight funds and. the fat that has been addedto
Winnie's votes, adding that she ran a,"very TALLAHASSEE The Florida House of next year.$2.195 billion from general revenue this budget, Kiser argued.
respectable campaign." Representatives passed unscathed ,a $247 sources would provide the funds for the Representative Elaine Bloom D-North
Green'said he owed his victory to the fact million appropriation bill for the StateUniversity ,budget. Miami Beach urged the house to defeat the
,; that he was able "to cross racial, economicand System (SUS) Tuesday. Fortune said the level of sources was basedon measure and told Kiser to "leave the
educational lines.:" 'The approved budget is approximately the "lowest estimates of dollars that'would university budget alone and let them do the
; LITTLE ACCUMULATED 3.515' votes ,$200,000 higher than the one the universities be coming in the following year.. job they are trying to do."
\ .capturing all 16.city''precincts. operated: under this year. It is approximately THE BUDGET includes no cost of living The house, narrowly defeated Kiser's
:"I'm very pleased with the broad support I $6.5 million more than recommended by.Gov. increases or merit pay raises for state' em measure 5946.A .
received 'throughout ,town. I thought Mr. Reubin Askew. ployes."It PROPOSAL to take,$5 million out of the
-, LJnzmayer would get a lot of votes, and he did THE HOUSE allocated the funds for the is more important to provide'jobs,for, SUS budgetand give it to the community
get a'lot of,votes. My win was ,very gratifying fiscal year which begins July 1. people than to give pay increases" Fortune I colleges was also rejected.Another. measure to
and I hope to fulfill the,voters' expectations," An additional $7.5 million might become explained.The 'take $10 million and give it to kindergarten
he said./ available if the tuition hike requested by the house did approve lump sum fundingfor through 12th grade (K-12))programs was also
George Linzmayer; made a strong showingin Board of Regents goes into effect. the universities which UF officials have defeated.
the Group One race,receiving: per cent or1.586'vOtes. UFs,share ,of the ,SUS allocation is ap- said might provide the flexibility needed to Additional funds were promssed .to'the'K-
., Linzmayer made a last minute ,proximately 26 per cent or approximately find funds to keep the programs going. 12 programs when the house approved a 10cent
campaign'surge collecting SI206.53 of'his, $64.220,000. The t lump sum funding will also enable the tax on.a fifth of whiskey to provide
total'$1,423.15 in contributions in ,the last UP OFFICIALS have said in recent weeks universities to transfer funds from within the money for the Myers Act.
week of,the campaign. that the extra money approved by the house education, and general budget to meet the But the Myers Act an alcoholic
LIBERTARIAN, Wayne Harley roundedout 'was needed to avoid a "financial emergency" needs caused by a tight fiscal year. rehabilitation 'program, only uses about $4
"the Group: One list receiving, 410 votes or' ,next"year.' AS MARSTON, SUS Chancellor-designate, million a'year and the rest of the $15 million
7.6 per',cent.t UF President Robert Q. Marston said the E.T. York and University of South Florida income,would go to.the public schoolsthe
i.,Linzmayer said he felt he had made a good' increased budget is one"we can live with next President Cecil Mackey watched, from the bill's sponsor. ,;William Rish D-Port St.'Joe,
showing* :,and plans''to run for .:commission, ,>year." house gallery several, of the representatives said.
again,next year: The$247 million approved by the house is a attempted to take some funds appropriated to After" listening to",the house bemoan for
""I, was ,very' well, pleased. but I was part of a.$2.91 billion state;budget for next education for use,in other areas. more than eight hours the problems of tryingto
,disappointed in the low voter turnout. I think"" year'which: passed on the house floor 106.13 Rep. Curtis Kiser R-Dunedin suggested work, within a tight budget, Rep. Bob
I ,,' that the voters, are under the impression that Tuesday. all academic affairs administrative positions* Hathaway, D-AIamonte Springs,introduced: a
they have,',no,,control over what ,the com-' ,THE SENATE must still approve their in the state universities except, the vicepresidents 'measure that state elected officials -, from '
mission does or doesn't do/' he said. version of the budget, possibly sometime this for academic affairs be eliminated the governor to the legislature *-,take a five
TWO GROUP losers complained' that ..'ee1t. If the two budgets differ they will go and the funds be "put to better"use." per cent: pay cut.: .
.'.' |Jt.w*not'possible' ta w'i in! an election: ,without,''.into I a conference committee to". be', coor "There is no need for anyone to be between ,..*< The bouse.',1es6undinaI1 defeated'' h'in.."a
t.: /lubstanHaJ/finandat.b'acking.\ / : ?<-,.f> ;,., ;.dinated. ,and then,'back: to both- houses for ,the vice president and the deans." Kiser said quick voice: vote..


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/ House okays new liquor tax



/capsule TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The House, reviewing $4.47 kill the Myers Act shortly after the lawmakers bill.began taking
billion in spending proposals voted 87-24 Tuesday to increase amendment on the annual appropriations

liquor taxes by 10 cents a gallon.

Refugees still won't increasewill The lawmaker also defeated Republican attempts to give
Rep. William J. Rish. D-Port St. Joe said the tax
$47.000 Collier County for enforcing cabinet action which
to
said
Rish
generate about $15 million in Mate revenues.
talk about Cambodia declared the Big Cypress Swamp an area of critical state
$10 million of the extra funds will go to public school funding.
agencies set Wide I, cart\of
make
state
and to per the
state's concern
13.5 million for rural schools and $1.5 to the general J '('I'
.
revenue fund. 'I975J6 budgets for emergency ne&dj>{.

'PARIS (UPI!) A group of 357 French and foreign
refugees from Phnom Penh arrived here Tuesday and pleaded If the increase becomes law.. Rish said that money from the Rep. Mary Ellen Hawkins R-Naples. asked for t two
with newsman not to publish anything they might have said taxes will be used to fund the Myers Act. a state program to planners and a swamp buggy to help Collier County follow the
inadvertently about the capture of the Cambodian capital by treat alcoholics.The House rejected by a 71.37 vote a move to ..critical: &concern guidelines.
Khmer Rouge forces.At .

the request of the refugees and French authorities
reporters agreed not to divulge what they had heard to avoid Senate subcommittee considers
endangering the security of those foreigners still trying to
make their way from the 'Communist-hcld capital to the

border with Thailand. anti-Saturday niaht specials bills
The Boeing 747 jumbo jet chartered by the French
government landed at a police-guarded section of Charles w .
DC Gaulle airfield from Bangkok amid French news reports
that a second truck convoy with as many as 600 foreigners was TALLAHASSEE (UPI) A Senate criminal justice McCain's bill ((9B 297) would make it illegal to own use.
about 60 miles from the Thai frontier. subcommittee gave up on trying to get cheap pistols out of the. make or sell a pistol that melts at less than 800 degrees. The
hands of present owners Tuesday, but decided to try stifling subcommittee opted for a broadened ,proposal by Gov.
the production and sale of the"Saturday night special. Reubin Askew's office which incorporates McClain's temperature
requirement along with standards for strength of
Sen. David H. McCain R-TAmpa. wanted to outlaw the metal 55,000 pounds per square inch and a
McGovern in Havana: possession and use of the substandard hanndguns as well as powdered metal density of 7.5 grams per cubic centimeter.
their manufacture and sale. Subcommittee chairman Guy
calls for boycott end Spicola.D-Tampa, and Sen. Mattox Hair Jacksonville out Spicola said the problem with outlawing possession and use
voted him in a preliminary work session but McClain said he of a "Saturday night special" is that someone defending
will try his amendment again before the full criminal justice himself or his family could be arrested simply for owning too '
HAVANA (UPI!) Sen. George McGovern. on an committee when the subcommittee bill gets there. cheap a gun.
"educational"'visit to Cuba set out Tuesday on a tour of a
mental hospital school museum and Havana nightclub but
had yet to announce a meeting with Cuban Premier Fidel

Castro. House kills co-ed academieseliminated I
The South Dakota Democrat who arrived in Havana
Monday night, immediately called for an end to the U.S.
trade boycott against Cuba.
WASHINGTON (UPI) The House Armed Services distinctions between in
sexes training and service
"I 1
have
lift the
no powers to embargo but open trade is in
the interest of both countries." the unsuccessful presidential Committee rejected Tuesday a proposal to allow women to assignments.
enter the service academies. '
candidate said at Havana's Jose Marti airport.
. The amendment to the proposed $29.8 billion Defense Opposition to the Stratton plan rejected on a 24.12 vote
McGovern.the third U.S. senator to visit the island
as
part Department authorization bill offered was centered on possible assignment of women to combat
weapons was by Rep.
of a thaw in Cuban-American relations denied carrying any Samuel Stratton. D-NX. conditions.The New York Democrat said he would reword his
message from the Ford administration to Castro proposal to get around the objection and offer the amendment
but said he conferred with the State Department and It specifically would have prohibited any of the academies when the Defense Department authorization bill
Pentagon before making the trip. from denying admission on the basis of sex. It also would have reaches the house floor later this month.SUMMER.

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.. By JUDY MOORE Hildebrand said one of his competitors, Jacksonville l loitering ordinance was found
Alligator Staff Writer located on the same street, was forced to hirea unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court,

security guard to prevent harassment .of but that he believed a panhandling ordinance
An I anti-panhandling ordinance was ordered customers. could be legally enforced.
by the Gainesville City Commission "They can be bums if they want to but I "TAKING FOOD IS already against the

Monday f night in, .response? to an angry don't think you and I should have to support law. We can't pass another ordinance that
restaurant owner'sComplaint,, ] ,of, customer. ... J them, "|f Jhey want,to,.be; bums they should.. would.be more enforceable," Fagan said.
harassment by' street people.( ". ( 'I,,II, .. ,..work nat'K' ,Just like we do" Hildebrand Commissioner' Russell Ramsey was con
. Paul Hildebrand, owner of1 VVhatABurgeron said.CITY cerned that the ordinance might be taken as a
NW 13th St., said he ,and his customers MANAGER B. Harold Farmer said "war against a certain class of people."
have been "hassled by people loitering the city "doesn't have adequate ordinances to Ramsey said that the ordinance should be
begging and actually grabbing hamburgersout handle the situation." enforceable to all socio-economic groups."I .
of the hands of customers." He said more police officers .would be would never support an ordinance that a +
"SOME OF THEM are drunk or stoned, or assigned foot patrol l in the area. would have a connotation that it would get at HAROLD FARMER
both. They're very obnoxious," he said. City attorney Osee Pagan said a a certain class of people," Ramsey said. no 'adequate ordinances' for situation
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WAYNE HARLEY

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By JUDY MOORE HE ADDED "I don't see any reason to have them in the
.& "', Alligator Staff Writer first place'

Group One City Commission candidates Wayne Harley and Linzmayer said ."The form wasn't in the original packet.
I George Linzmayer had not yet filed a financial disclosure They gave me the form so late I haven't been able to file them
statement required by law of all public: candidates by late because my CRA's(certified public accountantshave) been out
Tuesday afternoon' of town."

GEORGE UNZMAYER Clerk of the City Commission D.E. Hope provides the He said he didn't think not filing would have any effect on
I candidates with forms ,which tell about the election. the election.:
.'won't effect election'
HOWEVER, HOPE said he wasn't sure it was the HOPE SAID THAT there was no provision for enforcement
responsiblity of his office to notify the candidates about the of the law with his office or anywhere he knew of.
financial disclosure law. City Attorney Osee Fagan, said he would not speculate on
He added it is the responsibility of the candidates to keep any legal ramifications, but he did cite'a clause within the law
up with the laws. that provides forfeiture of office for a willful violation.
..' Harley said "We didn't get the forms in until about a week Fagan said he didn't know if ignorance of the law or filing
ago. There is no. reason I haven't filed since then. I just late would. be a defense and he didn't want to "make any
'Stop Rape'whistles forgot." speculations."



free: 9M Martin job 'some bull' :I
on campus ,=today tD yy.u : .


Free "Stop Rape" whistles will: be distributed only to \ !, TALLAHASSEE Freshman state purpose.
female students today, compliments of Student Government. .,.":,: "i"" representative Sid Martin D-Hawthorne, has "IT SLOWS DOWN the flow of some of
'Three tables will be, set up to distribute the 'whistles.'The found his new job as a legislator is a lot like the sorriest bills I have ever seen," Martin

tables will be staffed from 10 a.m. until the supply of 1,200 .., ;. o;",..1<" his old one as Alachua County Commissioner. declared.
whistles runs out. ', .,.' ,..,;". "There is the same kind of bull only a little Being a freshman representative hasn't.been .

Women can pick up their whistle at the Plaza of the I. ,1,,>;;;, ./; bit thicker" Martin said in his maiden speech all, that confusing Martin ,said, ex*
Americas, the J. Wayne Reitz Union terrace and in front of before the Florida House Tuesday. plaining he has received a "lot of help" from
the, Sigma Kappa sorority house, 1108 E. Panhellenic. .' '::1;<>. STILL, MARTIN said he enjoyed being a the house leaders.
Volunteers will staff the tables, passing out the whistles state representative and was "glad I ran for After delivering his comments.'Martin was
and string donated by the Campus Shop and Bookstore. ''' '' the office." asked by fellow representative Ed BlackburnJr.

Whistles should be worn around the neck on string or yarn i.. "This is good government up here ., D-Temple Terrace how the veteran
that will break easily if a rapist tries to choke the wearer withit. ...,.. looking out for the people back home" members of the house could get the same kind
.
.. .:,>..,.,..'.,',..... Martin'e plained. of help from the legislative leaden.
The rape prevention program, coordinated by SG Directorof Although some people have complainedabout "You have got to have some intelligenceand
Women's Affairs Cindy Shellenberger, was awarded $650 SID MARTIN the slowness of the legislative process. lot of hair, Martin'told the bald. Black: .
by the Student Senate from SG reserve funds. 'glad I ran for the office'' Martin said he found it served some good burn.

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The Taylor County Grand Jury has ruled there is "in .. ,. ; '. ,. -
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sufficient evidence to support criminal ,charges" against y.J, .\t>. j. ;,:"
parties involved in a March 1 highway crash that left four UF :' '
fraternity men dead.
The four Sigma Phi Epsilon brothers were killed when a -J11114 8/lOtlUlUJ"
flatbed truck occupied by members of the fraternity was
plowed into from the rear by a tanker-trailer truck.
THE FRATERNITY members were participating in a
FLORIDAPrice
Gainesville-to Tallahassee "Run-a-thon" to raise money for
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the In Heart addition Fund to finding no cause for criminal charges againstany
of the fraternity members against William Leo Parker, m [ill 0 1
the driver of the tanker the grand jury also decided: ,

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series of proposals that will force about 700 faculty and EJ
staff out of their central campus parking spaces and limit
student parking in Leigh and Tigert Hall lots at night were
passed by a University Senate committee Monday.The .
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proposals,aimed at reducing: time spent by faculty and t
staff looking for,parking, will now go to William E. Elmore .
UF vice president of administrative affairs and the University
Senate according: to.Dr. Joseph Wattleworth parking and
transportation committee chairman.
HOWEVER, ONLY THE UF administration needs to
approve the recommendations for them to become implemented
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Proposals to limit parking permit oversell at ISO per cent
and to abolish official business and second car decals were the
two main proposals that would force faculty and staff to park
outside of area one (lots within' the main, campus check '
points.) break !
Area one is currently oversold by 200 per cent. Wattleworthsaid.

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"WE DON'T KNOW where we wilt put these people" now
that the committee has rejected the idea to use dorm area Sharp, electroniccalculator _

resident parking. Wattleworth. ,said. ; ... ; .. '
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ficult. :Bonnie .B. .Jones. Traffic. and. Parkingadminlttraiive .. ,. : .' Four basic, .functions. percent >.r; A. .4;'>, \. ., .
assistant; said. "" key, clearand clear'entry keyt)1"'f"'O:#: > r ,,;" ... "... ";"
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.Master TV Antenna. .
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'" .Fully Tuesday on both sides of an appeal to overturn a tem-
1231 S.W. 3rd ATMUM Dishwasher porary injunction halting all closed honor court hearings at
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UF.Larry
Turner representing the Gainesville Sun in the suit
372-3557 ftSom of the friendliest people In Gainesville tiled by ,the Sun The Alligator and UF law student Judy
Collins, said it could take as long as four months before the
three-judge panel decided UFs appeal of the injunction.
THE SUIT, CHARGING the Honor Court with SunshineLaw
violations, will not be heard until the appeals court
decides the validity of the injunction according to Turner and
UF Attorney Tom Biggs.If .
the injunction is struck down the suit will continue but
SGP Presents closed Honor Court hearings could begin again. Turner said.
Closed Honor Court hearings concerning last quarter's
cheating scandal in the UF College' of Business Ad-
, ministration have not taken place since 8th Judicial Circuit
Judge R.A. Green ordered the temporary injunction Feb. 7.
THREE DAYS later on Feb. 10. Biggs moved to dissolvethe
injunction. Green denied the request.
Nrs. A,.. (- After a full court hearing Feb. 11, Green once again upheldthe
injunction.
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arguments requesting Green's decision be overturned.
., THOUGH TURNER continually asked the court to
consider only whether Green had gone beyond judicial
'< discretion ordering the Injunction, the judges pepperedboth
I lawyers on the applicability of the Sunshine Law.
I Biggs-told Judge Richard Mills that the UF Honor Courtwas
not a governmentbody coining under the Sunshine Law.
"The Honor Court has not derived its authority from law,"
Biggs said.
HE TOLD THE court that the Honor Court was purely a
student organization with powers originating from the
student, body constitution. ,
"The students themselves have decided what is in their best
interest," Biggs argued. "With what authority does the state
come in and substitute state judgement for student
judgement?"
Turner, apparently seeking to avoid the Sunshine Law
question in the appeal, was drawn into it with questions from
Chief Judge Tyrie Boyer.
ASKED BY BOYER how open hearings would help the
t tiY ::3. ,' reputation of innocent students Turner said the innocent
students would be abte to show the names of the guilty.
"Who went before the Honor Court,'* Turner asked. "Do
you know? Do I know? No," he said.
With,open hearings Turner said, "the student body could
know who is being treated and how."
BIGGS TOLD Court of Appeals that Green should not
have ordered the injunction because the petitions did not
meet certain requirements of law.
He argued that all the facts of the case must be stated in the
request for an injunction and "in! this case, the petition is
completely insufficient to do this."
However, Turner claimed the petitions had all the facts
I -I-IL" necessary concerning the honor court investigation and its
LLLl effect if held In secret and that they were "indeed accurate."
BIGGS ALSO SAID Green should have required a
featuring : thorough investigation of Collins claim that she was too poorto

post bond. _
Return to Forever At the Feb. 10 hearing Green required a SI bond by the
two newspapers...He asked'.no bond.from Collins, who filed
CHICK COREA forms stating her condition of poverty.
Biggs'said a bond was required before an injunction could
be issued'so the defendants could be compensated.
The Eleventh House QUESTIONED BY 'BOYER on this point, Turner admitted
that!the $1 bond was the weakest part of his case. He
Larry CoryellW.h said the courts could order Green'to raise the bond without
overturning the injunction. _
: SpN* nil GuestsSTRIDER Biggs also told the court that Green's injunction did not
maintain the status quo as it is meant to.
Biggs said the Honor Court has held closed hearings for the
past 70 years, and the injunction completely changed this
situation.
TURNER REPLIED that the status quo was defined as the
last time there was a non-controversial condition.He .
3:00 pmSaturday said a violation of the law, such as a violation of the
Sunshine,' Law, }is controversial! i 1 and closed I Jhearings, then,
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By STUART EMMRICH she said. volunteer "tent monitors" working with the refugees.
Alligator Staff Writer "I really felt sorry for them when 1 saw pictures of people in When asked why she was so willing to help Penny
South Vietnam sitting on the tops of homes with no place to explained, "I'm separated know what they must be going
EGLIN AFB-It's a little hard to feel welcome in Niceville "
go Aimsel added. through without any money and in a strange place.
unless you speak with a heavy southern accent, wear paint. BUT THE BLACK cheerleader, who admitted she had "And I just like to help people." she 'said as she stooped
splattered overalls"and walk in cowboy boots. encountered some problems at the high school because of her down to pick up a crying child who had fallen while running
Not exactly a description of the typical Vietnamese refugee. color, added most of her classmates were against the Viet after a playmate.,
FOR THE FLEEING Vietnamese coming to Eglin Air namese coming to the U.S. .. ......
Force Base near Niceville adjusting to a new life there will "There are a lot of heavy debates about it in school lately, -,. }..
probably involve making some changes. we haven't got much done in class except argue about the .
And as Jo, a waitress in Doris'restaurant, says "The peoplein refugees. Even the teachers get involved. :,. j -, B..M lOft),.t'f -'i
Niceville aren't" very quick to change, they don't like "Some guys got together yesterday (last Friday) and were ;
anything new. talking about going out to the camp and burning down the '1Q9j1) '
Jo hereself says she does not mind the refugees coming, but tents; Aimsel said,adding that nothing was ever done. .' .r "+/
adds she is not so sure about the rest of the town. TAKING A SOMEWHAT different position from Aimselwas .-" ''-'JOa:' ,
"I TEND TO LOOK on the bright side of things. the president of the Niceville-Valparaiso Chamber of ,, f Hw
Everything might turn out to be alright but then again, it Commerce, Fred Roehl. /
might not," Jo explains as she glances nervously at the Roehl said he had no "personal feelings either way" about VAt.PARAfSO
customers staring at two long-haired college students and a the refugees coming to Eglin,however he explained the "die is :'
Vietnamese man sitting at one of the tables. cast,it is already done,you' have to learn to deal with things as CIlAMBEReJCoMMERCE' '
Most of the local reaction to the of the has be." l
coming refugees they are and not how you'd like them to .,,,., '
cooled off since word first got out of their arrival, but area Roehl explained he was in the service where he said he >/ :, ""! .
residents worry about how the influx of new people will affect learned "you do what has to be done. You'take orders and : (' MA' .' <.\M'n' G
the already tight Job market. don't bother to ask a lot of questions. J" "-" -r i
The unemployment rate in surrounding Okaloosa County is "THE PEOPLE HERE don't like it (the refugees coming), t c&t'L! .1"1> )
14 per cent. sure, but they'll be able to handle it without causing a lot of ; ,: ,, '' : '.
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say that few of the refugees will end up staying in the area. coming but not the way Roehl meant it.
Sponsors from all over the country are being sought out by Penny, a divorced mother of three from nearby DeFuniak
the government to provide some initial assistance for the Springs,drove out to the camp site the day before the refugees 6gv
. refugees, either a home or a Job. arrived. .. .e. .
I Even though one local citizen complained in a letter to the $f.SHEBROCGHTSOMEof her children's used clothes and z A '>fi
editor, in the local newspaper,about the threat of the refugees she bought two new dresses for a teenage refugee to wear.
bringing communism with them, some residents feel the Apologizing that she did not have any men's clothes, Penny
coming of the refugees might be a good thing. said she was going to go around to her neighbors! that night
CHERYL AIMSEL, a junior at Niceville High School, asking for some old clothes they might have.
explained "It's better to have them alive over here than dead She also asked if she could help in the kitchens to cook food
over there." for the refugees,explaining she knew how to cook Thai food,
"It makes me mad to have people talk about not letting which might appeal to some of them. photo by eric .ttrin
them come because there are not enough jobs. That's putting Although her request was denied.by Air Force officials in SIGN WELCOMES REFUGEES
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It was 110 years ago this month that Gen.

Robert E. Lee handed over his sword to Gen.

Ulysses S. Grant, ending the Civil War.

This year the Veterans Administration expectsto r

spend almost $500,000 to support 417 widows

and children of Civil War veterans. a

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federacy were not eligible for, veterans benefits.

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them.Two years later,. 117 year-old Walter W. hi! KILLS 'j

Williams, the only surviving Confederate veteran,

died.We're
not sure how Walter felt about being

recognized by Congress after almost 100 years, but

we're willing to bet there are folks around who. n '- '
sympathize with him. \HEAP/ ITSForgiveness -zrgj ..

Like about two million Vietnam era veterans for
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instance.Today almost one of every four of the 7.3 million policy explainedEDITOR'S .

Vietnam era veterans in this country are jobless,

with little or no vocational training, and NOTE This b the second In a weekly aerie of MANY COLLEGES here therefore suggest that only
inadequate government aid. advisement columns by Arts and Sciences peer adviser Any courses required for graduation "be repeated. Second the
They returned from a dirty, unpopular war to student with academic advisement problems or questions forgiveness policy is a purely"internal"grading policy here at
find their country wanted only to forget about should direct them to The Alligator,13266 University Station, UFo
Vietnam and about them. .' or Arts and Sciences peer advisers at 113 Anderson Hall. Other institutions in evaluating UF students' transcripts
for transfer or post-baccalaureate work are likely to accept
Usually the last hired and the first fired, the Many students have misconceptions about what the UF the repeated coursework as precisely that-repeated work-
. unemployment rate for white Vietnam veterans is forgiveness policy actually accomplishes. As registration timeis and to average together the two grades received. This of
10.8 per cent, and for minority veterans, 22.7 per again approaching, we'd like to clear up a few of those course, isn't so good for the GPA as the UF policy is.
cent,.at a time when the national unemploymentrate misconceptions before students plunge headlong into After the course to be forgiven has been repeated, the UF
is 8.2 cent. repetitious coursework.: policy is to credit the student with having taken that course
per Forgiveness first struck the campus during the 1973 fall only once and to accept the higher grade.MIKEWEDNER.
The about the plight of of
tragic part many quarter..We're all familiar with unexpected contingencythe
these veterans is that much of their suffering couldbe sudden sickness, the political campaign, the departed '
avoided if current laws designed to aid them lover the tit of laziness, or even the drunken binge that [IT J JTHE

were not neglected or buried under a landslide of sometimes results in a disappointing grade.
red tape. THE FORGIVENESS policy was implemented, as its name
implies to give students a second chance at a small amount of INITIAL grade, though, is NOT wiped off thestudent's
law for instance
One federal that
requires major coursework in which initial efforts proved unsatisfactory. transcript. It still appears, but is discounted from
government contractors list job openings with Forgiveness is granted after an undergraduate has repeateda' internal grade point average computations.Now .
state employment agencies. That law is largely course in which he or she received a grade of D.E.I, or X. for some gory details: When a student has a D grade
ignored with impunity.The The exact course to be forgiven must be repeated. not acomparable forgiven the grade points and hours carried initially earned
core of the problem lies in a. VA that, is course. (Administrators are wise to pull-the-wool with the D are subtracted from his or her cumulative totals.
schemes.) The and "hours carried" earned in the
"grade points
out of touch with the needs of these
largely
The student must apply for forgiveness at the proper repetition of the course are then added into the cumulative
younger veterans, a VA that feels more 'com- college office,taking care to insure the grade for the repeated totals.It's as if the initial grade had never been earned. ,
fortable dealing with middle-class, middle-aged course is in his or her academic file. TOTAL HOURS earned toward graduation("credits") area
males of the World War II and Korean War 'era. ONLY A LIMITED amount of coursework can be different matter. Here the hours earned in the FIRST
While the 3189 veterans enrolled at' UP and repeated. If a student is classified 1 or 2(UC, for example), up attempt are the ones counted in the cumulative totals. Those
to. 10 credits can be forgiven. taken during the repeat of the course are discounted.In .
Santa Fe Community College have easy access to
Students classified as 3 or 4 are allowed to have up to five courses with grades of E,1 I I. or X which are repeated only
VA counselors, the agency makes almost no effort credits forgiven. With a classification above 4, students may the initial hours carried are subtracted from the cumulative
to reach those in inner city areas on the street not use the policy at all. totals as no grade points or hours earned are.given for an E.
corners and in the bars where many jobless Coursework taken in the first or second year of college but an 1 I. or an X. .
veterans are idle. repeated during the third or fourth thuscbunts toward the five In simpler terms, a forgiven course is composed of the
True, the VA does utilize radio and television credits forgivable during those latter years, although many hours earned\ the first time around and the grade earned the
colleges are lenient with these time limits. second time around. Both attempts, however, appear on a
spots, but as one disgruntled veteran remarked, THE IMPLICATION is clear: If you mess up early, take student's transcript.
"we are lucky if we get a two minute spot after the care of it early. THESE FACTORS may diminish the attractiveness of
late movie containing a rather banal, 'Don't forget Two more points need to be stressed. First having grades repeating coursework solelyTor a better grade. Nevertheless,
hire the vet." forgiven is a costly proposition. Fifteen hours of repeated .sometimes the problem isn't one of attractiveness ratherone
to the VA's courses, for which no additional credits are earned. will cost a of squeaking out that 2.0 for graduation. In these cases
One improve to
way 'response student $185 tuition rates.
at current
the UF forgiveness policy is well worth the student's while.
Vietnam veterans would be to initiate a com-
outreach to' actively seek out
prehensive program Ron Cunningham David KleinManaging
the forgotten veterans. The program could be The Independent Editor-in-Chief Editor

staffed with younger counselors, preferably .
Vietnam veterans themselves. John Moron Donna Brugman
Florida '
Alligator Photo Editor layout Editor
Unfortunately Congress has recently, denied the \ ,
VA. $1.5 million for staff expansion and such a Ull u..tGlf; Mindi Kelman Jody Cartln

program would need' additional funds. I' JP j N.ws Editor t.:':>. layout Editor
While several independent or Government
funded veterans successful 1tA..Tony.lC.andzlor.: ... ... :1.. ......i..i, .... ....:t...,... ..C.n.rolManager . I' ','
groups are carrying on James V.Cook ... ... ,.... .,...;..,.'. .. ........ .,......AasI.tantC.n.rolManager I Publish by'" ':
outreach programs of their own the VA has yet to Mrs. Evolyn Boat .. ,I. . ..1..1.< ........,'? <..,.......,Administrative Assistant '
do so. We believe Florida Sen. Richard Stone, as a Ann.Malphun . ..... ....,... ;. ... ...,...... ".., .. ...,,.. ..., ...Bookkeeper (:....,.",..(:,HIifttllllK.Ml,"'''\. I Ill*
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mittee, should call for such a program., Roy McG.o Jr. .. !.;r.. ;..(Ii'." .." i}J....... ... ........ .. .Advertising Manager Station Gemotville/ Honda wish.
Unpopular not America clearly has a vested Donna lubrono . ..? !,r<(Wi. '', ... ',h........ ... ..... ,It Advertising CoordinatorAceyHarper offices behind the College "Inn.
'.' .. ..;''ifiy:: '. . i.... ,.,,...Special)Sections Coordinator \m West University Avenue.
interest in the veterans who returned from Lynda Homier. ..c, . ? ." .<:1. .... .. ..... ......Advertising Production Manager Business Office phone:: 37644...
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articles in some of the local newspapers indeed lor I
Vietnamese
me bad impressions about the Vietnamese refugee I refugees. /, t' "isolated" tent city very soon,- as soon as the documentary
gave problem. I felt sorry for those who had left behind their force carried Base my !sorry feeling from Gainesville to Egtin, Air processing is finished. The' hardship, however, will stay with
properties, friends and above all, their beloved motherlandand spoke. I asked expecting and I to hear directly from local residents.! I :those w ho have not jet received any affidavit of support. Will I
fled to a place has been considered as "beautiful." thought. they. have to stay in this temporary "city" for the longest
Yes, the United States of America is called "a beautiful Well this I is not a one way street as far as the pros and cons period of, time? How long is that period? I am sure that
country" by many Vietnamese in their i native language.,:, Its are concerned The reasons for pros are as many as thoseTor
beauty comes partly from its sceneryJjjjt jrtainlycomes.'from, cons. I would however leave the arguments for those who
the thought that it is a hopeful land... grant to argue and for those who want to Collect ballots., r OPINION ]

r I save my time.to admire individuals who sweated for the
construction of "tent city.' who spent extra time for
HO VAN LAM organization arrangement and 'running the camp. Their Vietnamese refugees have not forgotten their common quote
actions spoke more meaningfully than any speech. As a which means one day of isolation is as long as hundred years!
GUEST COLUMNISTTHERE Vietnamese, I deeply appreciate their efforts,, Many of these people need to learn English and all of them
need, to resettle. As tar as the employment is concerned,
I ALSO WANT to save my time to look into some of the however, none of them want to compete,with their American
ARE MANY ways to define the word "hope" and related problems. For those Vietnamese who have relatives in friends. They only want to be able to survive. An appropriate
this country and for those who have received sponsorships, 'thought should focus solve this in humanitarianway.
they vary from one person to another. I think this is the case to problem a
they must be happy if they know that they will leave the ,

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EDITOR I have just finished reading the letter by Jim
Shuler, public information officer for University Police
Department and I fear that he has missed the reality of the
bicycle, pedestrian, and automobile problem at UF and the
!surrounding city.It .
is my guess that he wrote his letter while sitting at a
comfortable desk admiring the statistics on tickets given by
UPD in the course of their "Operation Life" publicity
campaign.IF .
HE WOULD get out of his soft chair and bicycle aroundthe
campus and city, this is what he would surely find: NO
ONE, neither bikers walkers, or drivers, has any regard for
the others' rightofway.Let's T1rJA
take a look at the so-called "bike routes." If anyone
tries to ride on a "bike route" they quickly encounter
numerous aggravations: Joggers blocking the way, daring youto
( ride on the hard surface; pedestrians walking in the centerof 1bU'lit
the path;'other bikers playing chicken or pulling out in
front of you even when he obviously sees you coming; cars
tailing to give the right-of-way at intersections when making
turns or pulling out from stop signs in front of a bike then % aw yaJF FIFO KRAMBATZ.' BMrffJXTA FEW
laughing as the rider makes stop within an inch of the two tcR1Jw78J ,, &v '
tons of steel; and cars parked in the middle of the "bike
route" to name a few. '
The pedestrian is at the mercy of the fast moving bicycle
whizzing by on the left or right, seeing how close he can come,
unfairDruq
or worse how many folks he can graze. Cheerleading. tryouts
LASTLY,THE driver of a metal monster poses the greatest
threat but also shares the disgust when he tries'his hand at
courtesy. He must dodge the biker riding on the wrong side of EDITOR The recent cheerleading tryouts were possibly their qualifications as a cheerleading judge.
the road or pulling out in front of him in heavy traffic and better than last year but it is too bad that again they were not Would' it not be a better idea to bring cheerleaders, ex- E
yield to the pedestrian who strides out in front of him as if fair. First, let me explain. I tried out along with the other 80- cheerleaders or an official of some kind that knows somethingabout
daring the driver to hit him. some-odd people. Secondly I did not make it. and finally,. I cheerleading (not how to judge a pretty face or a'sharp
I think Shuler should go to the intersection of Stadium am not that upset about not making it. outfit) to Gator Country especially for the tryouts?
Road and Newell Drive and see how many bikers observe the: What bothers me the most is that of the four best mate THIS WOULD then allow the judging to be completely on
stop sign then ride down Newell to Shands or the length of candidates only one made it, Mike Stokoe. Stokoe deserved it ability without any outside influence (such as a candidate
Museum Road and enjoy the tooth jarring ecstacy of a "bike 100 percent but so did Mike DiMiao. Duke Schell and Kevin being a'student' of one of the judges). This would also help
road." then enjoy the black exhaust of a bus as it passes, and Redmond. ,solve the problem of stunts that foul-up was it the girl's
finally go back to his comfortable office and write a REAL THE FEMALES got the shaft too. Leslie Furlong deserved fault or the guy's fault.
program, of safety for all the folks who use the environs of UF much more than alternate and Bonnie Fleming joins the same Whatever, it's over for another year. It is too bad that in
and maybe even try to get the Gainesville Police Department block with, DiMiao Schell. and Redmond. They did not trying to make it fair it reversed and made it very unfair for
to do the same. deserve it just because they were on the squad last year but some very good and writ qualified people. I wish the best of
because they outclassed everyone out there by a mile. luck to the next year's squad. .
Donald R. Callihan This brings up another point. How qualified were the I will support them 100 percent but I'm sorry to say that
7MD judges? I recognized several of the judges and questioned .there are only a few people on the new squad capable of
keeping up the Gator cheerleading image, and keeping it the
best squad in the nation.I .
I store draws more praiseSo HOPE THAT this letter will not discourage people from
going out next year. Personally I've enjoyed every minute of it
(except for the Sand one-half hours of tryouts). I only hope
EDITOR As volunteer and counseling practicum do university students. Gainesville residents and ,people that it will help to encourage more improvement, only this
student at the Corner Drug Store. I adamantly disagree with experiencing variety of crisis situations. And that is the lime a great deal more for 'next .year.
Murray Daw's assessment of the drug store and the services it hole point of the drug ,store. Name withheld
provides. WHETHER ONE is a street person or a Gainesville
It is true that the emphasis is not only on people who are 'resident, the drug store's staff and volunteers, are willing and The IndependentFlorida
having drug problems but a more holistic approach. able to help.
providing a variety of services to the Gainesville community. The Corner Drug Store has more volunteers now than ever,
NOT ONLY DOES the drug store provide drug counselingand 'so I think that should give jour readers a fairly good idea as to Alligator'
clinic what the vast majority of the volunteers think of the drug "
a a free a
telephone "Hotline. but it also provides Sh.ilo Draper Gory dolonofiEnt.rloinm.nt
comprehensive information and referral service. marriage and !store.I Editor Attooat Editor
couples,counseling sexual problems ,counseling and a variety I am sure that most feel as I do. that they are providing a
of other experiences including group ,counseling.In useful and needed service' to the community. As for me. the
addition,,'the drug store offers pregnancy testing. a drug store has provided an invaluable learning experience in. Doug Win {Hatch dltorGreg r
speakers bureau in which volunteers go into the community to counseling :as an extension of my university program for
Forrtr.Sporn Tom ShftKtet
offer drug information and importantly people who are which I am extremely grateful. ,
most .'. David W. Shaffer Editor At*.,N.wi EditorThe /

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'f' right to dignified 'death is the topic for Thursday in the Library East room 420 at 7
#' ::.)"fl.z!:,.:i discussion by Dr.-Marvin Kohl and a panel of p.m.
UF professors tonight at 8 at the UP Medical TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION The
," Center lecture room 7.The public is invited. International Meditation Society will have a
f>>.'l ,, "PIN STRIPED?"! The Florida Players tree lecture tonight at Santa Fe Community
,I t., needs "pin striped" ,suits and other I940's College West at 8 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
". 1.\ f;'( : apparel for their upcoming production of SUPPER There will be a student supper at
"Guys and Dolls"" Donations may be left at the University United Methodist Church
the theatre or persons may call 392-1639 for ((1320 W. University Ave.) tonight at 6.
pickup. Donation is S1.MEETING .
FILMs "The Blue Angel" a film, will: be The Eastern Orthodox
P shown by the UF Film Society Thursday at Fellowship will have an organizational
7:30: p.m. tree in room 103B i in the .Architecture .,
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and Fine Arts building. the Union.NEWMAN.
FRISBEE FREAKS New members are CLUB The deadline to reserve
welcome to attend the next UF Frisbee Club tor the Newman Club weekend May 9 to 11 at
throw Thursday at 5:30: on Florida Field. Camp St.John is today at 5 p.m..A SI depositis
STUDENT SERVICES Student Services required. For more information call Ron at
presents a program "Fighting and! Loving: 392-0540.
Clean or Dirty?" Thursday night at 7:30 at EAGi The Environmental Action Group will
I320 W. University Ave.The public is invited. meet Thursday at 7:30:: p.m. in room 346 of
COME TOGETHER WUFT Channel 5 will the Union.
have a program discussing the DISCUSSION The public is invited to an
decriminalization of marijuana by State Eckanar Discussion Group by the Gainesville
Attorney Eugene Whitworth NORML Eck-Sang Society Thursday night at 7:30: in
representative Robert LaPlante and room 33 of the Union.
researcher, Dr. Will Coggins tonight at 11. CUTBACKS Students Against Cutbacks will
The program will be rerun on Saturday at meet to discuss a May class boycott Thursdayat
Make a differenceThe 5:30: p.m.REPUBLICANS. 7:30p.m. in the Union rooms 150 F and G.
UF College Republicanswill All interested are welcome to 'attend.
Independent Florida are long, and the office I Is a cave, meet to discuss upcoming club elections COMBAT The UF Simulated Combat Club
Jllgotor I Is looking for reporters but the work Is Important and the tonight at 8 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. will meet tonight at 7 in room 347 of the
nd sports writers to help UIover experience Itself Is worthwhile. POPULATION!Zero Population Growth will Union.
campus. city and statevents. Anyone Interested should come show a film report entitled "Population in the JEWISH STUDENTS There will be a Jewish
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three bedroom opt ovoilobli'or 2 bedrm duplex CItelwf l%. aM
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component system west end golf court. full access to
Wedding Bands, A Engagement Rings gorrord turntable craig reel-to-reel ] house wosher-dryer 8 dishwoshercontrol WANTED
Traditional or Contemporary designs of way speakers $200 t yamaha 250 din o-C*heat groduote low or med
10AM. 6PM your chok Hondmode for individual) bkeneedl work$75 call 372-1832 (o2lI29p student quiet place to ttudy cal I Roommate Wonted for Summer thor at

.,. who wont the best Original work bSouth't >, I )_ C..orge 372.8536 before 3'30 pm country gardens Aptt Will
7 DAYS A WEEK Artists. Matter GoldSmith mosterbdrm and both.1, utilities., $5900monthly
leading 1974 kawotaki 750 for sole plus act. i coll 373-
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3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D. Guarantee.and OZZIE lopiditt.By oppolntm.nt only. SI< for sole $2200 or belt offer call 373 8131
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3733894. (o-49t.105-p) wonted: 1 or 2 neat,responsible
25 25 trunk 20 for information (o-3t-129p) All units 2 BR, furnished. with air, lusts, to shot 2.br. furn apt 3 blks behind
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couch 40 early omit tv 65 k water bee stereo component System turntable 2 features norman hall beginning foil qrt. calldebbie,3929132or29139
caihesvUles.LargestIndoor 125 speaker and receiver perfect for dorm AVaIlable for lease through Aug. 31 II (C-5M30-C.)
35. new Stardom kordam speakers Prairie View, Mobil Village,,
18 377-9831; entertainment call bill after 4pm for .
bargain world 2614 ne ter. 373 32ft toll
more Info 80.00 376-7967 ((0.31.1 29.p]) 378-441 1 100m..ot..1 1 or 2 tummeror
372 5269 (o-4t.127-p)
FleivMarketcDanies or_ Available to new tenants onlyl country gardens opts pool oc, good
For Sol.: A Konica Auto T with ,a 1974 SUZUKI street trail ts)85 onlySOOOmi people, $50-mo for two $90 for one call

hexonon 52 mm fl 1 1.8 a He.onon 28 mn asking $750 or will trade for (bSMlo-pi)____ 373-65)4 otter 5pm (tiff,chrit (c-5t-179-
(13.5,a Vivitor, 85-205 mm f 13.8, and a 2iconvener sports car turntable for sale Panasonic air
$375 ph. 376-8900 (oSt128Pj $43 rick 373-5985 (o-5t-)30-c) ) Sublet 2 bedrm opt university gardens Pj
furnished 155 man. 373706clot fall to Federal
pool semi female roomote for summer or
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shed varsity villa, lot 79 376-0901 (o-3t- to campus (b-3M29-p) shore 1 bdrm apt Summit.. house access TO SAVE
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lor tale: small refrigerator 2'4' cubic fee 130-pJ)_ BEACH FRONT CONDO 2 br 2 b Crescen Irm shonds furnished cent air heat pool THt

great condition $80 call 392.8542 ((0- UTILITY TRAILER Appro. 4'4' by 6'/i good Beoch completely furnished, two pool 774
l (( 5tl26p;! ) condo lights and wiring I5V in tires on recreation room $30 weekend $201week I .p)

L cheap transportation Hondo ell73 I97( mobile, home oxl* $250 or best offer 373-5552 '(b-3t-129)_

runt only 13,700 mi. helmet included 3730678 (o-5t.130p)_ Wont a quiet opt. near the duckpond? Florida, l State TheatresSGP
$200 call 378.7247 obit 5 pm ((0.31.128- townhouse .
72 Honda CB 350, recent top-end Sublet 2 bdrns unfurnished *
Pj) overhaul, excellent condition, ; many $180-mo. Availoble May IS Coll 373;

BASS GUITAR Gibson .b4 2 pickups eitros,$725 firm must lee to appreciate, 4208 after 6 p.rn (b-St-129))
vorltone, wolnul finish, excellent shape toll after 5, oscar 378.2166. (5t-130-p)
ORKRYOUR $250 Coll Larry at 373.1679 or 373-1482 1973 Suzuki TS 400 Excellent Condition 1 Iwo roomatet needed Summer, A loll t to Cinema 4

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high chair $7 call Dionne 373.7958' monkeys, Peace of mind with, own room
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point mag wheels" custom Interior see crt :-,_ ,37T6062 mellow 376-5766 (b.51.126-p)) >>
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GUAUMTUDi ELECTRIC GUITAR TEISCO 4-pickup, carved ook headboard (fulltue) 1 full mo call glenda 376-4446....or 472-287,

beautiful shop and condition must sell tit.mathess + bat springs, $150.00 firm after 5bfr24p| ( ) 1:25i30

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PUPS 12 wire .
AKC champion IRISH SETTER T11.
all shots and wormed long haired and Nowll/! Move In June 18 2 Ig. tins in 4 bdrn
11. U Iv.AYe S7..61t2 mellow both parents on premises call I. 100 acres with huge lake home Need 2 roommates for summer. I, Reincarnation
373-5266 or 377-5325 (o-5t-127.p) 2. 3 bdr on creek I blk to Uf blk from Norman Hall call after 6pm
.... 3. 3 bdr $185 NW sect 378-3355 (1b-5t.126-p) 4:00
waterbed, pods trome, liner 4. 3 bdr$125 On 2M octetS 140 Of ,
decompression meter 25,double tobockpac. Free rent) Work hrs day .two female 'roomot needed immediately 1:00
call Dove Fisk 377-8328 ((0-51. .A vail.Sept.IIt large three bedroom Koutelocated
I 127-p) landlord ft building now 3 4,4, bd less than 3 minutes from campus 10:00 Peter Proud
list 371.7298b5t.127- )

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7JIWJltUwAve. .npt"for the summer or fall quarter.Call jportment for rent POINT WEST 2 br '
/10' 377v43 'tpdoyif 377-0992 Ib-6Ot.112.p< ) sublet for summer, option to rent in foil g.
,11000 per man A utilities, ph 3764696 3115
large 2 br turn oportment available (b-4>. 30-p) SI lO Mice

June I close to campus 808 SW Depot ,,8.30") '" mobile home Including tv, stereo 7U5 Do. n r t Uv. He r.
Ave Tel 378-3396 $200 mo (b-5t-128))
2110 4U10 lir conditioned phone, thog rug $75 + Anymore
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roommate needed starling June ,tilrtiet + $SO deposit 392-6074 alien PG I
.. 600755: beautiful 2 bdrm I both w pool,sauna. A love message (Ib.1t.I30.p)
wieghtroom Viicaya opt. $105 4Vt id
+ 151. iberol females to sublet 3bdrm house, 2blh
w. IAA smut ...4m1 will, sublease for summer Jim 377-6620
from campus, (urn, for summer, call
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2'/t' blocks from campus $65 per month t-130p I )
13,11f $50 security call Alex during day 372-
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4166' or night 372.2063. Single, room In 6 leoutiful
bedroom house Nice view. of University unfurnished-Bivent lake-
,,300-monlh call 377-4661 or 3722930h5tl30p FREE MOVIE !
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Moving anytime own BR 77mo '''r utilities, CAC close to
let ut rent your house or opt at no cost .
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United Real Estate 377-6992 (b-6--I IS-p)
ROOM FOR RENT room in large modern
IF YOU NEED A ROOM paciout haute next to VA arms from
CHECK WITH US omput $70.00 monthly 1-5 utilities, ,,
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i'a warehouse full furniture sale "Ili" price 5 ACRE LOT beast.. rolling luxury three' bedroom opt available 2 bedrm duplex sum '1 nw sec TV Channel, and FM and 4 AM
sole new factory furniture arriving office Hillside, build now restricted homente 'or subletting Plenty of space and many avail' June'12 furn living rm bedrms kitch ,t.tionlon the FM b.nd.UNIVElSItY .
desk chest drawers $20 ref IS, bargain telephone ft electric lines In, N West other extras Coll after 7pm. at 373.2531 house plants A' garden privacy 125-
world 2614 ne 18 ter off 23 blvd. 377- 1 14.900 37115552 (fo-3t.129p) or 377.8280 9835 (o4t.127.p) .p) TEUVISIONCAMfCaiNC.
component system olson receiver i"ale roommate, private rm In house
377.0722 Wedding Bonds, A Engagement Rings garrord turntable Craig reel'to-reel 2 near west end golf course. full access to 522 N.MAIN ST.
Traditional: or Contemporary designs of way speakers S200 A yomaha 250 dirt' house wosher-dtyer A dishwasher WANTEDI
10 AM- 6PM your choice Handmade for Individuals central a-c A heal graduate law or inedMudent .
bike needs work $75 tall 372.1832 2i1974
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Souths leading Artists Master GoldSmith (woe 372.8536 before 5'30 pm country gardens Apts Will shore
3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.Gainesvillej and lopldist Unconditional kawasaki' 7JO for sole plus ace masterbdrm and both. futilities, $5900
Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only. $1400 or best offer. 1974 kowosokt 900 All RENTS SLASHEDI! monthly Close to"shonds A v,a, call 373-
373-3894 ((0.491.1 105-p) (for sole 12200 or best offer call 373-813) (Special Summer Rates) 8785 for Bostem (c.2t.130-p)
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couch 40 k bed stereo features to share 2br. furn apt.
early amen tv 65 water component system turntable 2
35 new hardam kordam 4 speakers 125. speakers ond receiver, perfect for dorm Available for lease through Aug. 31st norman hall beginning fall qrt. call
Largest Indoor debbie, 392.9132 or 2.9139, (c-5t 130-p)
bargain' world 2614 ne 18 ter 377.9835or entertainment, call bill after 4pm for Prairie View' Mobile Village,

flea Market 3725269 ((0..1 27plfor ) more Info 80.00 378.7VB7 ((0.31.1 129-p) 378-4411 1 3733284 loommate 1 or 2 summer + -or toll
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Sole: A Komca Auto T with a 1974 SUZUKI street trail 11185 only new country gardens opts pool, oc, good
hexonon mm fl I IS a Hexonon 28 mm 5000ml asking J750 or will trade for b5t people. $50-mo for two $90 for one call
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converter. $375 ph. 376-8900 (a.5t-128- $45 rock. 373-5985 (o-5t 130-c) sublet 2 bedrm opt university gardens air P1)

Pj) 1971 Allair 2BR, air, wall to wall carpet, pool semi furnished 155 man. 373-7061 female roomate far summer or fall to

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great condition, $80 call 392-8542 ((0' l30-p) BEACH FRONT CONDO 2 br 2 b Crescent trm shands furnished cent air.heat pool BEST !PLACE TO tAVE

cDaniedsea 5t:126-p) UTILITY TRAILER Approx 4'1t' by 6''* good Beach completely' furnished, two pools 77+ '.. utilities, sheila 3735678 (c-5t129 -
l condo lights' and wiring, \\y/i .in. tires on recreation, room $50 weekend $200- .p)
Market cheap transportation, honda ell75 1970 mobile home axle $250 or best offer week 373-5552 '(b-3t.I29-pl)
runs only 13700 mi helmet included 3730678 .
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$200 call 378.7247 after 5 pm (a.3t.123- Wont a quiet, apt near the duckpond?
1 i in ,errity ((7HH Pj) 72 Honda CB.350, recent top-end Sublet 2 harry. unfurnished townhouse. Florida State Theatres

BASS GUITAR Gibson, .b-3 2 pickups, overhaul, excellent condition, : many SI8.ma.! () Available May 15 Call 373
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varltone, walnut finish, excellent shop.. toll after 5, oscar 378.2166. (o.51.130-p) 4208 ofter 6 p.m (bjt29p! )
ORDU YOUR $250 Call Larry at 373.1679 or 373.1482.
1973 Suzuki TS 400 Excellent Condition Iwo roomates needed. Summer A 'fall to
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small fa,ring.fits' kowasakl 350, 500, ( -5t-130-p) Center. rent, $62 'i util Coll Eric 378

750 used for one week $45 calf),373- Brand New 1-3 first, fight' woods $65.. 0511 (Ib.St.126.plro ) __

7358 ((0-5t.IV.p) welsh stroller $10, car seat $5, pony $3, s of l land,, huge trees, from cows to
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3600 SW archer rood archer rood village Flute: for Sale 378-6082 '(o.2t.130-p) very mellow 376-5766 (b..5.126-pl) iI.DJoiID.
No. 0-17 Bob H. ((0.-3I.128-p, ) 3a'15
2 double drawer oak nighstonds I 2 bdrm. mobile home for rent $125. per
ELECTRIC GUITAR TEISCO pickup carved oak headboard (fullsiie) 1 full mo.call glenda 376-4446 8or 472.2870 5:20
iHatchei"sJewelers beautiful shape and condition, must sell size mattress 4 box springs $150.00 firm after 5 (b-fr.124-p| ) 7:25 j
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AKC champion IRISH SETTER PUPS .12 wks after 6pm 378-3355 (h.51.126-pl) 10

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mellow both parents on premises call 1 I. 100 acres with huge lake house Need 2 roommates for summer I
i 373.5266 or 377.5325 (o-5t-127.p) 2. 3 bdr on creek 1 blk to UF blk from Norman Hall call after'6pm
3. 3 bdr $185 NW sect
waterbed, pads, trome, liner 35. 4. 3 bdr. $125 On 2M' acres 378-3355 (b-St.126-p) 4:00
decompression, meter 25. double tank female roomotes needed 440 o'Peter '
5. Free rentl! Work 4 hrs day two immediately
bockpoc call Dove Fisk 377-8328 (o-5K Avail Sept.IIt large three bedroom house $:00

I27p) landlord f Is building now 3 &;4 bdr located lets than 5 minutes from campus 10:00 Proud
HILLSIDE HomeSite. view of LAKE homes for Aug.'ft Sept. 'toll Lisa 377-7298 (b-5t-127-p)

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i acres, good terms call to see: WD. 3. 2 bdr homes Bike to UP from campus $150 mo. + electric See
LUJ \ r 4,01 ffllIiU'll.U \! Mason Co realtors 377-6789 (o-5t 129 4- Over 25 opts Ovoll.. Tigert Hall from your bedroom window! %2r Bn GonG
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I an w Un.vers.ry Ave ( )_ mobile homes,and opts before you pay 5:457t45
I m..., ,.. ." # One 'Bdrm Apt. far rent at Hawaiian VII, : anyone a fee Joel Bridges, realtor 404 Capone

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7:00* 9:15 7J6W.tffiiv.Ave. Now is the time to look for that house or Bernie Jane Kathy (b.4t.127-p)

4t. not, for the summer or foil quarter..Cell apartment for rent POINT WEST 2 br ENDS THUR. :, '
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210.00 per mon A utilities, ph 3764)696b ) 3a15
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June I close to campus 808 SW Depot 5Io!

2:10 AdO Ave Tel 378-3396 $200 mo. (b-5t.128: .p) ,8x30 mobile home including, Iv, stereo, 7:45 DO.Ul't Uv. H.r.
roommate needed air conditioned phone, shag rug $75 +
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beautiful 2 bdrm I both w pool, sauna ftwieghtroom PG
1:SSw Vizcoya opt $105Ii\ ut. leave message (bit.130.p)

s1.s sresrt d33rd will sublease for summer Jim 377-6620 'Liberal females sublet 3bdrm house, 2

soutiVAs (b.51.128-pl) __ blks from campus, turn for summer, call
2'\* blocks from neal 373-9575203 nw 15th terrace (b.
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$50 security call Alex during day 372 _
4166 or night 372-2063. Single room 'In 6 Beautiful 'lokeview 2 bedroom
bedroom house Nice view of University apartment unfurnished.Bivens, lake-
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for own room or 35 to shore room tollIvan own room, m house, or optwill har.want 311 little, making contact Jim Holmes at or 5088 hrs or 305280 mm or 18316800sec we core. Coll birthright 377494724t| 1430 W Umverwly,
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announces Its $800, 372.9435 rick frame, 5.7p.m. or immediately Good 'location. Call for
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I .F4IJi. '.' .. resigns. -' baseball coach: I


ByGREGFORRER baseball team how could it bi "
otherwise? e "IT'S JUST SOMETHING baseball with: Wilson and down I am revealing what 1
,Alligator Sports Editor: But starting g r you get around to doing." Coldsboro N.C. of the am thinking. Every time 1
Tuesday the baseball started I Fuller said Tuesday af Coastal Plain League as wellas make a decision it is ob-
Baseball is in Dave Fuller'sWood. a slow exit from his blood viia I ternoon. "I. was 60 the 7th of pro football with Port vious-much more obvious in
wound-: his resignation I April and I got to thinking smouth. Virginia of the Dixie baseball."
After 28 years as head from the post he has held sc]. about easing off." league. A star also in When he removes'a batter
[ coach of ,the Florida Gator long. Besides his duties basketball Wake
as at Forest. for another, he is saying "I 1
head conch the nation's 11th Fuller has led UF teams to don't have the confidence in
winningest coach served as four National Collegiate you." It is not an easy
\; head football scout kicker's Athletic Association (NCAA) decision.
coach and recruiter. He will College World Series those "If I had any shortcomings
retain those football duties. coming in 1952. 1958 1960 that's: where they would be."
Jay Bergman. Fuller's and 1962. Fuller said. "I've held backon
t assistant for the past two It's a record that should pulling people out becauseof
seasons, will replace Fuller at provide him with many compassion for the individual
the start of the 1976 season. memories for years to come- !In that type of
Fuller has seen over 550 but the breaking away from situation."
victories go by since he beganhis the game will not be easy. And that compassioncomes
career as coach 28 years "Sure. .I'll miss it for a yearor home to roost giving
ago, compiling a 533-323 two., Fuller said. Then his Fuller the satisfaction that he
record at the start of this voice trailed off making one has done the job-the feeling
season. So far, his last team wonder if it wouldn't be that it was all worthwhile.
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has won 20 games and lost 22. longer than that "year or "The greatest thing is 1 y IbL'D: :
"It's a crime this year's two." having the players come back t /

team didn't have a few experienced His voice picked up again. years later and say 'You ......_. ,>
pitchers," Fuller "To have been around it so know, Dave you did the.right -
said. "We've played the best, long and be wrapped up in it thing.' It's what makes it all ASSISTANT JAY BERGMAN
1aM Y teams in the country head to for so many years it'll be hardat worthwhile." new coach in 1976
M head-it's the best team we've first to be completely Even now Fuller is convinced
had here in a long time." divorced. .." and his voice he has done the right of a tremendous love
The native of North trailed off again. thing. He has relieved some of allowing the baseball in his
Carolina should know about Perhaps he was thinking of the pressures a wife must blood to flow out.
such things. He's had three all the decisions made on the undergo while sitting in the However it seems certain
SEC baseball championships baseball diamond in the past stands listening to loudmouth the wound resignation has
:... -- IE1J ((1952. 1956, 1962)) and four 28 years. The number is abusive fans. caused will eventually heal-
Eastern Division championships inestimable but Fuller can He has relieved himself of a before all that base ball
photo by ondy n wmon
((1960. 1961 1968, estimate the weight of those time-consuming job.. drains out.
1--- 11th WINNINGESTCOACH DAVE FUllER 1969)). decisions. But in the end. he also Dave Fuller and baseball
related to 'compassion for players He also played professional "Every time I write a lineup knows he has relieved himself can't ever totally be apart.










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16.Independent. Florida Alligator Wednesday May 7, 1975 I
TONIGHT TONIGHT TONIGHT TONIGHT


SeminoleRattlermerger FLORIDA ENGINEERING SOCIETY


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'and equal-so; could survive if such a merger'' qualifications. Peabody has 1.
ELECTION Of OFFICERS '
equal that they'd have to be occurred. not had intercollegiate
called the Florida State "We would be taken up athletics before the program. .
Rattlers or the Florida A&M-' into the FSU program and 'IT'S CALLED a 'con I SIGN-UP FOR PARTY' .1.1an
oles. eventually lost," Tookes said. sortium. That's the answer to

It's as likely as Doug
Dickey throwing three passesin students welcome

succession. TONIGHT TONIGHT .. TONIGHT TONIGHTWANTED'
BUT SOMEBODY did [ GREG FORREll. ]
bring up the idea-the merger:
of Florida State UniversityFSU
( )football team with that
:
of Florida A&M University
(FAMU). Such genius is FSU'S ATHLETIC the puzzled look people are
attributed to 'Chester director, John Bridgers didn't throwing the idea's way.
Ferguson of the Florida even think as far along as his However it's ,the only
Board of Regents.Yes FAMU counterpart. He answer available to the entire .

those same folks that knows how often Fickey question now. FSU plays in '. .
-. brought you increased tuition throws three passes in a row. Division 1 1' of the National M

and mandatory summer "The way look at it, it,was Collegiate Athletic Intelligent conscientious people who
education. just a comment made in Association (NCAA). FAMU ,

Ferguson suggested to the passing and the board won't plays in Division II.: Where want to lower their electric bill.COME : < '

Board on Monday that the give any serious considerationto would they'play as one? ,."!",'1 ,.'
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athletic departments of the it," Bridgers said. Whose scholarships' wouldbe ;

two teams explore the Ferguson may have gottenhis honored? :".','I:.,.
possibility of combining the idea from the program ('",.\1iI.'
two university's football going on at Vanderbilt Nobody knows. Perhaps I '
and learn how much i
join us : ;
teams. University and Peabody someone like Ferguson will s, ..
in Nashville, Tenn. come with the answers hi 'I ';/"'
ASK HENRY Aaron to College up
watch a waist high fastball go Anyone enrolled at Van the upcoming weeks. electricity your appliances use, how to ,use them'. ;';; J

but that? derbilt is allowed to take Hopefully something more
by j
"It would be like cuttingthe certain courses at Peabodynot concrete than the NCAA can wisely, and what to look for when buying new ..; J" ";

heart out of our offered at Vanderbilt. view as a total plan. If he major appliance. >; ;;" ,' :
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program,"' said Hansel Likewise, students from can't, he should mention the L-" -I"
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Tookes Tuesday morning. Peabody are permitted to idea again in passing at the '. .;"n r II M"
Tookes the athletic directorof participate in intercollegiate next Board 'of Regents ,, P 4t '
FAMU also said he didn'tsee athletics at Vanderbilt meeting--when he's passing :''
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The Independent Florida Alligator Iose by Lompus Comnmungcoon. anc Gc netv*l F Mrdo Not ollictolly asonmd w*t Wh. Univen'y at FRordo Joe Little sweeps Grop n Green, Wi lams Dy JUDY MOORE and JANET PAIK AllIgator Staff Wulit Incumbent ice Little swept the Group Chic Gainesville City Commission race with 63.8 per cent of the vote, whije in Group Two, political newcomer Aaron Green will face former commissioner Ted Williams in a runoff May 20. In an extremely tight voter turnout Green picked up 36.2 per cent of the vole with 2.279 inun unofficial tally compared with Williams' 27.1 per cent or I ,690 votes. Williams edged attorney Ann Winnie by 97 votes. TUE OFFICIAL rtsults will be announced after the ballots are canvassed at the Alachna County Supervisor of Elections Office beginning at ID a.m. today. Winnie received strong supperd In student districts but fell short of the runoff with only 1,593 voles. Winnie wan rsk.w.d by landsoaper Al Muzzeil with 396 votes. James Hyland with 232 voles and James Shelton. who received 52 votes. OF T11E MORE than 3&WO0 registered voters, only 6,242 voted.which does not incdude 83 absentee ballots. Only 217 students voted at the J. Wayne Reitz Union precinct where more than 4.000 students are registered as voters. Winnie and Green split the majority of the student support with Green scoring high in she predominantly black precincts and Williams capturing the majority of the working community vote. WILLIAMS SAID he was not really "1 thought all along i the beck of my mind chat It would turn out this way. I'm keeping an open mind about the iUndrl, he saI.& said with a larger voter turnout Winnie ukut have beane out Williams Iqe the ineR pet. "AABON NUfl Ann by taking Hlbrl vts A lagr voter turnas would have meat more lberna voting." she said. Green said that he hepud he could attract Winnie's vote., adding that she -a a "very renpeca ki cm Gren said he owed lii victory to the fact that he wes able "to tie racial. ecocmnIc and educatlonau 11a." LETTL ACCUNULAIS 3,535 votes. capturing all 36 city paeet"I'. very plsae with the bad supperd I seeshedten. I -hu Mr. Liamagdr gtas of votes, mnd he did gSt a Ist Mu tes. My win was viny gratiffh a$d I hape to kiithR d es' uxpeettels". he ead. Qui Ummaye made a aurog Showing Iuth.ee 0. race receIving 28 painet -r IS wean. L aque made a I la ms.le tzr arik ila.late I .st ah Saep One lhi recelving 430 vs.s or L~mhu, id he kM he bad mnade a pode ad -ln I. -o hi .sam a --Rem. "I -a weay wet -lsel hae I -as dhs~d inthe low ugr a I thnk thW ues -g wider the aem tsat thp#s aaee n qthenlinbib ha wrdeemat do." be me0. '1 SI* be esaflisd Ohst WEDNESDAY WAY 7,;197 in runoff -ht by -nprme TED WIlWIAS .proaed oponeftnlapaigm pihc4. by -nd -ea AARONG 00E .crossed lines' H ouse appropriates $247 million for next yeor' SUniversities'bdgaet Dy SWAMT EMBRICfl TALLANASSEE -'The Florida House of R~ep.mtaties passed unscathed a 5247 mlesa appropriation bIl for the State Umhvusity System (SUS) Tuesday. The approved budget I. approximately 520,60 hIgher than the one the unIversItIes operated under this year. It is approxImnately S&.Smillice more than recommended by Goy. RuiSk hakew. IUZ mourn allocated the hands for the Seal yewr which begIns July I. As aiditismal 57.5 millie. might beowue avalath If the tuition hike, requested by the Doed .f Regents. goes Into effect. UF'seabmrof she SUIS allocation hsapIj2X per cent cr approxImately NJ? CPYICIAUB bare said I. reent weeks that the extra money approved by the hose wee seeded to avoid a "heandeal emergency" UP Ptushent Robert 0. Maeo said the abused budget is -s "we cam live with next "The 5247 millic. appaesed by the hernia l a pust al a 2.91 blame sate har a pupsem -n she hoer la6-l3 fl flAT mms mdll aprv te vusfe of the beige. pamilbly saethe this 'tek. Vii.t twa budgets die he iy will po sl a .emee smitae me be e. .adsSu. and shea beck so tab h uom h criticizing the provost system in sonic of the universities. "LET'S ELIMINATE the unneccasary use of tight funds and the fat that has been added to this budget," Kiter argped. Representative Elaine Bloom, D-Ncrth Miami Beach, urged the house to defeat the measUre and told Kissr to "leave the university budget alone and let the. do the jthey are nrilg to do." 'The boise anrowly defeated Kianr' A PEOp CML to take 5S .1111cc out of the SUW budget aSd g-v f to the community colleges was ala. rticted. Another measue to cake 30 minle. and -h i to klndergfrln ckuu* 12th grade (K-I2) programs was also Addklsmal fius were prmued to the K32 psepa whan the be.s approved a JO asn tax cm a lkh of ublahey is pamide -qne hr the My-rs Act But the Mypers Act. -n aimbelic rekaflaslos pupaig sly -gg sheet 4 mike. ye.r mmd the 'eadS 5fth 15 uS .~ rmgs tic"'tothpun a. ach aMs pes. mas D-Pint St. ioe. After kinhgthe he.e beme har -ethea 6ig Wthr he pubbuns Sf wring ps week wih a t1 kihi Nap. Dab Hubway. DAmefl 39u a -ese thas -6s ass -. shepveemue tseIhlsastabeabee Thq heaiflnt dn S i kn he -uk vole wet JWEAND WCIULE UT IE b.nd .elated over election results approval. House Appropriations Committee Chairman Ed Fortune. D-Pace, said -n stated 52.3 billion source of state money ascii year, 12.395 billion from general revenue sources would provide the funds for the budget. Forduac said the level of sources was based -n the "lomet estimates of dollars that would be coming In the following yiC." TUlE UDGET Includes no cast of Muig increases or merit pay values be tte em"It is more Important to pierevd jabs hr people than to give pay lncruebe," Pus.e explained. The house did approve lump -u amdlag for the unIversities, which UP sncidS have said might provide the flhxibmny needed to Ibid ama to keep die programs ping. 'Th. lump sum tlendIng WIN ala. ameN. the universities to muask enS md a wihin the education and general budget Uo mnes the needs earned by a tight fiscal yar. AS MASTON, SUS C--mc-wd==slpse E.T. Yark ad University of 5esh Phad~m Pnsldmnt Ceil Mackey washed ft. the hoque gallery several of the uepremslwte atatuld so take -om teds eppsapat ti edam for -m I, other as Rep. Cai Kim.r. RDa. sed all acaemi atMi .amitIsi.a= pam in dhe was. .ufrerskesm easpt Sh vise presIdes hor academic affs,. be .hmed~a and the bunds be "put to better eS.' 'flmhe i nmfl smgayo ebhb a die vice predt sad the deans" EbsSi

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Ng.1% ih tdesend.s Maes. aliga.e. W.&dneve. Me.?. Ins7 wednesday capsule Refugees s till won't talk about Cam bodia PARIS (UP!) -A group of 357 French and ftretgn refugees from Phnom Pooh arrived here Tuesday and pleaded with newsmaas not to publish anything they might have said inadvertently about the capture of the Cambodian capital by Khmer Rouge forces. At the request of the refugees and French authorities. re;rsr"e" notto divlgw:t hey had hear t i make their way from the Communist-held capital to the border with Thailand. The Boeing 747 jumbo j-. chartered by the Fin.c gwvenment. landed at a police-guarded sectIon of Charles Dc Gaulle airfield from Bangkok amid French nons reports that a second truck convoy with as many as 600 foreIgners was about 60 miles front the Theai frontier. McGovern in Havana: callIs for boycottf end HAVANA (UP!) -Sat. George MaCgoin, on an educationall" visik to Cuba. set ciii Tuesday on a tour of a mental hospital. school, museum and Havana nightclub but had yet to announce a meeting with Cuban Prentice Fidel The South Dakota Democrat, who arriod in Havana Monday night. Immediately called teras end to the U.S. trude boycott against Cuba. "I have no powers to lift the emnbargo. but open trade is In the interest of both countries." the unsuccessful presidential candidate said at Havana's lose Marti airport. McGovern. the third U.S. senator to visit the island as part of a thaw in Cuban-America relations, denied osrrying any message from the Ford administration to Castro but said he conferred with the State Department and Pentagon before making the trip. House okays new liquor tax TALLAHASSEE (UP!) -flht House. reviewing 14.47 billion in spending proposals. 'vied 87-24 Tuesday to increase liquor taxes by tO cents a gallon. Rep. William I. Rubh. D.Port St. Joe. said the tax increase 'ill genomae about ItS million in scale revenues. Rishi said 10 million olthe extra funds will go go public school funding,. 53.3 millIon (or rural schools and 11.5 to the stale's general revenue fund. If the Increase becomes law. Rish said that money fromt the lazes will be used to tbnd the Myers Act. a state program to treat alcoholics. 1Te House rejected by a 71-37 vote a move 10 kill the Munr Act shofll) after the lawmakers began tiktg .,nendmeflts on the annual appropriations bill. 1l he lawniakers also defeated Kepublica. attempts to give 147.000 go Collier County lbr CSIOECIng cabuet action 'hich declared the Big Cyes t Swamp an ar of critical state concern and Co mak stt genciSe sid Iper ceto he I 975-76 badpets lbr eniergwicy paeds. Rep. Mary Ellen Hawkins, R-Naplas. asked for two planners and a swaflp buggy totwlp Colller County follow the critical concern guidelines. Senate s ubcommittee cons iders antif-SafUr day night specials bills 1l ALLA HASSEE (UP!) -A Senate criminal justice subcommittee gsveup ou trying to gsdaeap pistol oul of the hands of present owners Tuesday, but decided to bry stifling the production and .M. of the "Saturday night special." Sen. David H. MeCisin. Rt-TAmpa. wanted to outlaw p--sssc-anduse cithe substandard handguns.as wel a ilhsir maaufbeture ad maim. Subcomuuttue chairman Guy Spicola. D-Tuupe. and Sen. Niattox Hair. D-iackscudille. out voted hlm Is a prolbulsaxy work season but McClsi said he will try his amendment spin before the fullrminal jste commIttee when the subcommittee bill gets there. McClaIn's bill (QB 297) would make It Illegal to own. use, make or sell a pistol that molt, at ke titan fl degrees. The subcommittee opted for a broadened proposal by Ccv. Reubin Askew's office which incorpmrates McClain's ternpature requiranent. along with standal for strength of the metsi -SS.A0O pounds pr squmne helh -and a powdered-metal de-sity of 7.5ga-s pa mblecenimeter Spicola said the problem with cutlawlqg poaesIoc and use of a "Saturday night special" is than someone defending himself or his family could be aeted simply for owning too cheap a gun. WASHINGTON (UP!) -Thq House Committee rejected Tuesday a proposal to enter the service academies. The amendment to the proposed $29.8 Deparnient weapons authorization bill was Samuel Stratton. fl-N.Y. Anmed ervces allow women to billion Defense offered by Rep It specifically would have prohibited any of the academics tem denving admission onthc bauisof sex. It also would have eliminated distinctions between sexas iin training and service assignments. Opposition to the Stratton plan, rejected on a 24-22 vote, was centered on possible assignment of women to combat conditions. The New York Democrat said he would reword his proposal to get around the objection and offer the amendment when the Defense Department authorization bil reaches the house hloer later this mouth. Are You Eligible For Themis? A freshman sophmore honor soCiety You are If you meet the following qualifications Between lSoandb90hrs. GOft of 3.25 or better Have an interns and free time on your hands If so, please call Allan at 377-5274 ~ .4 Cm.u Cia-'. -.wat .Pd.-. e~ --ay. -Asue .A~. fl -N,. --tOi --d -ana ~ NP.-. -I'. I.dw.ed.u. aes.aiw.9t.a.um. S. W~* .9 "sa e ~.v --"-a *M.~r Afle ow. 'C S~. 'at wa-v -. G,.e'i. 'laud. SW A* ANew a a nrd c~ -S S. *5 Dean. Oe.iin. A.a am bA,. PSi 4 SW -ye a KU ., ra S~a .a-~. -~ b~t -a.W b4 ad.9 -~-, .4 p~~ 'a '.d.a. "U-. dl-.*m* ngs I. w'a em. in. .4 Site. ~ -enia a -44 ~ S. Ne. ~*n Asia iNegs. ~ --* .4a~ .9 Ni.he -, Swine. nh~q ~ it,. -ge bO -a Es. -A-. -a -s -~a mi H ouse kills co-ed academies

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City todraw uppanhandling ban DyjUDY MOORE A nter Staff Writer An anti-panhandling ordinance was ordered by the Gainesville City Commission Monday night in rinspoose to an angry restaufajit owners coplaint of customer harassment by "Street people." Paul Hildebrand, owner of What-A-Burger on NW 13th St. said he and his customers have been "hassled by people loitering, begging and actually grabbing hamburgers out of the hands of customers." "SOME OF THEM art drunk or stoned, or both. They're very obnoxious.' he said. Hildebrand said one of his competitor., located on the same street. was forced to hire a security guard to present harassment of customers. "They cant be bums if they want to. but I don't think you and I should have to support them. If they want to be bums, they should work .at Is just like we Jo." Hildebrand said. CITY MANAGER B. Harold Farmer said the city doesn'tt have adequate ordinances to handle the situation." He said more police officers would be assigned foot patrol in the area. City attorney Osee Fagan said a Jacksonville lottering ordinance was found unconatinutional by the U.S. Supreme Court. but that he believed a panhandling ordinance could be Iqgally eiiforced. "TAKING FOOD IS already against the law. We can't pass another ordinance that would be more enforceable," Fagan said. Commissioner Russell Ramsey was concerned that the ordinance might be take,, as.a "war against a certain class of people." Ramsey said that the ordinance should be enforceable wo all socto-economic groups. "I would newer support an ordinance that would have a connotation that it would get at a certain class of people" Ramsey said. HAROLD FARMES .no adequate ordinance' for situation I WAYNE HARLEY .'juatforgot' whistles free on campus today Free "Stop Rape" whistles will be distributed only to female students today. coutpllets of Studqts Government. Three tables will be set up to distribute the whistles. The tables will be stafhed from ID n.m. until the supply .f 1.20 whistles runs out. Women can pick up their whistle at the PMax. of the Americas. the J. Wayne Reltz Unto. trace and In flout of the Sigun Kappa sorority home, i lO E. Pahellc.Volunteers will staff the tables, passing out th. whistles and string donated by the Campus Shop and Eotore. Whistles should be worn around the neck cc string or yarn that will break easily If a rapist trims to choke the wearer with it. 'The rape pmwvent Ion program. comrdlnated by SG Director of Women's Affairs Cindy Shellesburger. was awarded 1650 by the Student Senate from SG reserve fund. Two City Commission candidates miss financial disclosure deadline tJUDY MOORE A~Si. StaffWriEt Group One City Commission candidates Wayne Harley and George linnmaye had not yet fied a financial disclosure statement required by law of all public candidates by late Tuesday afternoon. Clerk of the City Commission D.E. Hope provides the candidates with forms which tell about the election. HOWEVER. HOPE sid he wasn't sure it was the respouulbllty of his office to notify the candidates about the financial disclosure law. He added it is the responsibility of the candidates to keep up with the laws. Harley said. "We didn't get the forms in until about a week ago. There is -o reason I haven't filed since then. I just Martin lID MARiN .glad I ran for the office' HE ADDED, "I don't see any reason to have them in the tint place." Lisimayer said "The form wasn't in the original packet. They gave me the form so late I haven't been able to file them because my CPA'. (certified public accowntants)have been out of town."~ He said he didn't think not filing would have any effect on the election. HOPE SAID THAT there was no provision for enforcement of the law with his office or anywhere he knew of. City Attorney Osce Fagan, said he would not speculate on any legal ramifications, but he did cite a clause within the law that provides forfeiture ofoffice for a willful violation. Pagan said he didn't know if ignorance of the law or filing splat onsdbe lob TALLAHASSEE -Freshman state representative Sid Martin, D-Hawthomne, has found his new job as a legislator is a lot like his old one a. Aladtua County Commissioner. "There i. the same kind of bull, only a little bit thicker." Martin said In his maiden speech before the Florida House Tuesday-. STBIL MARTIN said he enjoyed being a state representative and was "glad I ran for the office." "Thub Is -oo government up here looking out fer the people back home." Martin explained. Although -.m people have complained about the slowness of the legislative process, Martin said he baund it served some good a defense and he didn't want to "make any 'same bull' purpose. "IT SLOWS DOWN the flow of some of the sorriest bills I have ever seen," Martin declared. Being a freshman representative hasn't bee, all that confusing, Mgrtin said, explaining he has received a "lot of help" twin the house leaders. After delivering his comments, Martin was asked by fellow reprasetative Ed Blackburn Jr., Dl-Temple Terrace, ho. the veteran memberss of the house could get the same kind of help from the legiuiative leaders. "You have go4 to have atme lntelligence and lot of hair," Mai-tin told the bald Blackburn. WcS'WSrSoeT -12 a 5*s4,se f.k .-W MAUI MUM-A tady-I.edeReIsli usa L -A Lags P-A t~te. .r is Snflsen ... wnafflE anma. c5.qvedwatPunch Mete.d Slew kMs --n-a--eOsnp-,: 1"'UOdS5*'.-s:. ~ I~~d .-S Sl-A. .S n~ *UaI.o srA~gM"st 'a -i -im cma ---brn V4 e ,%%%%'' a, .B-' '.%. ,. U *.~* 4**-377-100 iE*fi'nza !CUBAN as Take out an n elivery on al your favorite extra delicious submarines and regular sandwiches. .107 N. MAIN (directly across from 1st Nat'l Bank) MOt~tTHUEs. 9ua 4pp. Fri. 9.aApa. set. unap.s Leu -a'. P V ..C .V.'---. .a., ''at Aimed at 'street people The inderst.t ReM. Mba. WedmeSsy. Meyl. 1975. Ne. I GEOGE UINZMAYEU .'won' defect election' 'Stop Rape'1

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Peg. & ii,. Ia.,.n&.g R.M. AJlIg.in. W.da.Sy M.~ 1. 1916 'No charges in frat ac cident By IOE KORAN Aflgaies. taff wrier The Taylor County Grand Jury has ruled there is "msufficient evidence to support criminal charges" against parties involved in a March I highway crash that left four UF fraternity men dead. The four Sirs Phi Epsilon brother wert killed wheni a flatbed truck occupied by members of the fraternity was plowed into from the lear by a tasker-traller truck. THlE FRATERNITY members were participating in a Gamnesville-to-Tallahassee "Run-a-tho&" to raise money for the Heart Fund. In addition to finding no cause for criminal charges against any of the fratermiuy members, or against William Leo Parker. thedrnverofthetanker. thegrandjuryalsodecided: The Florida Highway Patrol was in no way responsible for the accident. The accident. though tragic. occurred as a result of a series of errors in judgement. noine of which. standing alone. would have been significant." The grand jury recommended iin its on-page summary report in the future, all similar activties be prohibited between sundown and sunrise, and recommended passage of a law to that effect by the state legsslattire. Parking discussed Dy FRANK RINELLA Ailigater Staff Writer A series of proposals that will force about 700 faculty and staff out of their central campus parking spaces and limit student parking in Leigh and TIgert Hall lots at night, were passed by a University Senate committee Monday. Thbe proposals, aimed at reducing time spent by faculty and staff looking for parking. will now go to William E. Elmore. UF vice resident of adiitrative af fairs. and the University Senate. according to Dr. Joseph Wattleworth. parking and transportation committee chairman. HOWEVEX, ONLY TEE UP administration needs to approve the recommendations for them to become inplemesited. Proposals to limit parking permit oversell at ISO per cent and to abolish official business and second car decal, were the two main proposals that would horce faculty and staff to park outside of area one (lots within the main campus checkpointL.I Area one is currently .wmrold by 20i per cent. Wattleworthl said. "WE DON'T KNOW where we will put these people" nowI that the committee has rejected the Idea to use deem aret resident parking. Wattleworth said. Leigh Hall and no more than fbur a in the Tigsr lot for insdrurs until :30 p.m. Check poket guards. paaily prided by UPD, will keep starts oat of the reserved r im HOPS) that this proposal would allow instructors easy access to spaces for evaslag duast. or office hbean, Wattlewurth said. Th. SO per tena limit on dccii odse will ahso pestain to the cem.utw as.uFIwurlug the cmiriei ratio -n the cmmmdvr iota Is d4fbut., Uemi. 3. 1. Traic ami Faaklq Mmba dwsrah -a .si. SOURa dP it students hae Weds commute decal, have graduated and many MS. he tdemas who -s the hat -es sd peat veries flumes In the day. aiwsk hus omuwI of the IOU. ke nsad hoes adamdth the IS per aimas Nma aet Into effect. k could gas problems. 1If we rigidly tick to the rules ad ISOl5 pr ass of the available spaces In September. It codE bsed me pdklems later I. die n. she said. FRt EE GOODY ON ANY WOLE PIE I I 70WI T4IW FLORIDA --5 61----D P1 a *' *4 ) 9. 4. 4, A V S. Prc. ra Sharp electron ic calculator Feularly 24.95 Easy-to-operate algebraic calculation system *Four basic functions. percent key, cer and clear entry key and reciprocal SnaII. fast, packet size e Adapter optional. 4.95 Calculators -, ~ S HOME IMPROVEMENT Do-It-Yourself or Call a Professional daineeville Florida Campus Federal Credit Uni A .a a -a .1 4 t Si. .-a m.4.;5%*4. *e. *' ''St7 .. S.,. 9*U~ ~ -**~ 4*9*** .5. .,*t. .* ., V. * * ~ ~ .4 L~mET RInCEE IN TOWN. 3525 t.W. ANCHE RD.

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r t _ _----_ ghe piae for nsbig enough for*veryonM! Serve now to be certaIn of Fall occupancy eClowest to Campus eMoster IV Antenna sPool, Sauna eFully Furnished *Dishwosher eLoundry Facilities Some of ib. Idendlifri peopI. In GohwesvillI. 'V the ~Iee Lawyers plead in Honor Cour t iniunc tion issue By DAVID KLEI TALLAHASSEE -Attorneys repeated three month old arguments before the Florida First District Court of Appeals here Tuesday on both sides of an appeal to overturn a tentperary injunction halting all closed honor court hearings at UF. Larry Turner. representing the Gainesville Sun in the suit J tiled by the Sun. The Alligator and UF law student Judy Collins. said it could take as long as four mouths before he three-judge panel decided UF's appeal of the injunction. -~THE SUIT, CIIARGING the Honor Court with Sunshine Law violations, will not be beard until the appeals court decides the validity of the injunction, according wo Turner and UP Attorney Tom Biggs. It the injunction is struck down, the suit will continue but closed Honor Coont hearings could begin again. Turner said. Cloued Honor Court hearings concerning last quarter's cheating scandal in the UP College of Business Administration have not taken place since 8th Judicial Circuit Judge R.A. Green ordered the temporary injunction Feb. 7. ThREE DAYS 111cr on Feb. 10, BIgp moved to dissolve the injunction. Green denied the request. After a flil court hearing Feb. I I, Green once again upheld the ijuction. Bigp, appealing this deCISIOn in court Tuesday, repeated arguments requesting Green's decision be overturned. THOUGH TUUPEER continually asked the court to consider only whether Grest had gone beyond judicial dIscretion in orderig the Injunctiwi, the judges peppered both lawyers on the applicability of the Sunshine Law. Bijp-told Judge Richard Mills that the UF Honor Court wag not a government body coming under the Sunshine Law. "The Honor Court has not derived its authority from law," BIgp sad HE TOLD THE court that the Honor Court was purely a student organization with powers originating from the student body constitution. "Thbe students themselves have decided what I. in their best interest." Bigp argued. "With what authority does the state (tine in and substitute state judgement for student judgernertr" Turna, apparently seeking to avoid the Sunshine Law question In the appeal uusdrawn into it with questions from Chief Judge Tyrle Boyer. ASEED 37 DOTER how open hearings would help the reputation of innocent students. Turner said the innocent students would be abM. to show the names of the guilty. "Who went before the Honor Court." Turner asked. "Do yvu know? Do I know? No," he said. With open hearings. Turner said, "dhe student body could know who I. being treated and how." 31GGS TOLD Court of Appeals that Green should not have ordered the injunction because the petitions did not meet certain requirements of law. He argued that all the fadts of the case must be stated in the request for an injunctio, and "In this case, the petition is completely insufficient to do this." However, Tunc, claimed the petitions had all the facts necessary concerning the honor court investigation and its ehect if held In secret. said that they were "indeed accurate.' 31GG5 ALSO SAID Green should have required a thorough investigation of Collins' claim that she was too poor to post bond. At the Feb. ID hearing, Green required a SI bond by the two newspapers. He asked no bond from Collins. who fled tbrms stating her condo, of poverty. Biggi sai a bond was required before an injunction could be issued sellh. defendauss could be compensated. QUETMIUED DY DOYER on this point, Turner admitted that the SI baud was the weakest part of his cuse. He said the conrt could order Green to riM the bond without vetwulaig the injunction. 3lggs also told the toun that Greens Injunction did not maintain the status quo as it is meant to. 51 said the Honor Court has held closed beatings for thme past 70years. and the injunction completely changed this situation. TU31E33 ENLAED that the status quo was defined as the lugt time there was non-coutrowuri condition. He said a violation of the law, such as a voatio of the Sunahbe Law, is cornrownrlal and closed hr the., aiiM S~-W4VM6Sea *au %.*-133l LW. Sd Aw.ua a 372-3557

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Refudses In NNe\~iIle Th. InM.6.M HeMs MIIS. ~.d-~w .~ 7. mt er" Local reactions range from hate to sympathy Dy lMlANT EMMUICH Ate, Sllat WS EGLUNAFU-lt'salbte hardto ft.)welcome in Niceville unless yit speak with a heavy southern accent, wear paintsplamted sewS and walk in cowboy boots. Not maA lon of the typical Vene,. refugee. FOR G Vietnamese coming to Elin Air Force Base near Niceville, adjusting to a new life there wil probably Involve making some change,. And as jo, a wakmme in Doris' rataqmnt, sayl "The people in NIcnville aren't very quick to chapg, they don't like anything new-" Jo hereseif says she does nsot mind the refugees coming. but adds she Is not so sure about the rest of the town. "I TEND TO LOVE on the bright side of things. Everything augh4 turn out to be alright -but thus again, it might not," Joexoplains as she glances nervously at the customers staring at two long-haIred college students and a Vietusamose man sitting at one of the tables. Most of ts. local reaction to the coming of the refugees has cooled off Sanc, word Anrt got out of their arrival, but area residents wonry about how the influs of new people will affect the already tight Job market. The unemployment rate in surrounding Okaloosa county is 14 per cent,. DIUT SOME OF THE townspeople's fears have been allayed by Air Force and U.S. State Department official who say that few of the refugees will end up staying in the area. Sponsons from all over cthe country are being sought out by the government to provide some Initial assistance for the refugees, either a home or a job. Even though one local citizen complained in a letter to the editor. In Use local newspaper, about the threat of the refugees bringing communism with them, some residents feel the coming of the refugees might be a -oo thing. CWENYL AINsEL, a junior at NIcaville Nigh School, explained "It's better to have them alive over here than dead over there."' "It makes me mad to have people talk about not letting them come because therm are not enough jobs. That's puffing nioney ahead of human lives, and I don't think that is right," she said. "I really felk sorry for then, when I saw pictures of people in South Vietnam sitting on the cops of homes with no piece wo go.' Anmgel added,. BUT TIE BLACK cheerleader, who admitted she had encountered some problems at the high school because of her color, added most of her classmates wer, against the Vietnamsecoming to the U.S. "There are a lot of heavy debates about it in school lately. we haven't got much done in class except argue about the retjgecs. Eves the teachers get involved. "Som, guys got together yesterday (last Friday) and were talkin; about going out to th. camp and burning down the tents. Aimsel iald, adding that nothing was ever done. TAKING A SOMEAT different position from Aimsel was the president of the Nicevllle-Valpaiuaiso Chamber of Commerce. Fred Roehi. Resi said he had no personall feelingp either way" about the tap.e coming to Egin, however he explained the "die is cast, it Is already done, you hav, to lean to deal with things as they are and not how you'd like them toW.e" Roehi eaplalned he was las the service where he said he learned "you do what has to be done. You lake orders and don't bother to ask a lot of questions. "THEi PEOPLE HERE don't like It 4th. refugees coming), sure. but they'll be able to handle it without causing a lot of bother," Roehi said. One woman did bother to do something about the refugees coming, but not the way Roehl meant it. Penny. a divorced mother of three from nearby De~uniak Springs, drove out to the camp site the day before the refugees arrived.i. SUEUIOUGUTr SOME of her children's used clothes and she bought Nwo new dresses frr a teenage refugee to wear. Apologizing that she did not have any -en's clothes. Panty said she was going to go around to her neighbors that night asking for some old clothes they might have. She also asked If she could help in the kitchens to cook fbod fbr the refugees, explaining she knew how to cook Thai food. which might appeal to some of them. Although her request was denied-by Air Force officials I. charge of the camp, Penny showed up later as one of the volunteer "tern monitons working with the retugen. Whes asked why she was so willing to help. Penny explained. "'m separated.l know what they must be going through~withoutanynmoney and in astrangeplace." "And I just like to help people." she said as she stooped down to pick up a crying child who had fallen while running after a playmate. sIGN WELCCEs RFOG S.but Vietnamese greeting Is miuspelied Charlie''s Chicken Is Delivering 3 pc-$1.09 4 pt-S 1.99 DELIVEET CHANGE 10' a box. SO' minimum All dinners include blockeyed peas apples SW 13t Past the Hilton on the left auce, French fries h St. N1 Fri. & Sat. 11-10 p.m. 37740992 or 377-1I062 ---4VI Eu r CW&LE, St ~U) GOWG ro ~ MG frEL~~ qIw~

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P.s.*, 1%. in4.p.oden* Noddo MIIgaor, W.dn.ad.y, Moy 7. '915 EDITORAL Forgotten It was 110 years ago this month that Gen. Robert E. Lee handed over his sword to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, ending the Civil War. This year the Veterans Administration expects to spend almost 5500,000 to support 417 widows and children of Civil War veterans. Actually up until 1958 soldiers of the Confederacy were not eligible for veterans benefits. But that year Congress extended the funds to them. Two years later, 117 year-old Walter W. Williams. the only surviving Confederate veteran, died. We're not sure how Walter felt about being recognized by Congress after almost 100 years, but we're willing to bet there are folks around who can sympathize with him. Like about two million Vietnam era veterans for instance. Today almost one of every four of the 7.3 million Vietnam era veterans in this country are jobless, with little or no vocational training, and inadequate government aid. They returned from a dirty, unpopular war to find their country wanted only to forget about Vietnam and about them. Usually the last hired and the first fired, the unemployment rate for white Vietnamn veterans Is 10.8 per cent, and for minority veterans, 22.7 per cent, at a time when the national unemployment rate is 8.2 percent. The tragic part about the plight of many of these veterans is that much of their suffering could be avoided if current laws designed to aid them were not neglected or buried under a landslide of red tape One federal law for instance requires that major government contractors list job openings with state employment agencies. That law is largely ignored with impunity. The core of the problem lies in a VA that is largely out of touch with the needs of these younger veterans, a VA that feels morn comfortable dealing with middle-class, middle-aged males of the World War II and Korean War era. While the 3189 veterans enrolled at UF and Santa Fe Community College have easy access to VA counselors, the agency makes almost no c ftrt to reach those in inner city areas on the street corners and in the bars where many jobless veterans are idle. True, the VA does utilize radio and television spots, but as one disgruntled veteran remarked. "we are lucky if we get a two minute spot after the late movie containing a rather banal. 'Don't forget -hire the vet." One way to improve the VA's response to Vietnam veterans would be to initiate a comprehensive outreach program to actively seek out the forgotten veterans. The program could be staffed with younger counselors, preferably Vietnam veterans themselves. Unfortunately Congress has recently denied the VA $1.5 million for staff expansion and such a program would need additional hands. While several independent or Goygrument funded veterans groups are carrying on successful outreach programs of their own, the VA has yet to dows. We believe Florida Sen. Richard Stone. as a member of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. should call for such a program. Unpopular or not. America clearly has a vested intereS i. the veterans who returned from Vhtiam. We Juqi hope It dosit. -take ICC year for gym.an to realisethat. Forgiveness p EDiTrRS IMOlEsh i s h S steand hn a wueky murles .1 ahbsesat esmme by Ars ad espea dseks. Asp adan ail -'sea adykuse pshen e g meles ibs.seN a S amm s An ar, ISIS UmlSsudy Sis.l, e As eMd Slemes peer sAkvessa MII Anude.e Had. Many students hane mlsconceptlcns abont what the UF forgivenuas policy actually accomplishes. As registration time t. again approaching. we'd like to clear up a few of those miucwnceptious before students plunge headlong into repetitious cournevwrk. Forgivemms first struck the campus during the 1973 fall quarter. We're .11 familiar with the unexpected contingency .the sudden sickam.s the political campaign, the departed lover, the fit of laziness, or even the drunken binge -that sometimes results in a disappointing grade. THE FORGIVENESS policy was implemented. as its name implies, to give students a second chance at a snail amount of courscwork in which initial efth proved unsatisfactory. Forgiveness is granted after an undergraduate has repeated a course in which he or she received a grade of D.EI, or X. The exact course to be forgiven must be repeated, not a comparable course. (Administrators are wise to pull-the-wool schemes.) The student must apply for forgiveness at the proper college office, taking care to insure the grade for the repeated course is in his or her academic file. ONLY A U~hfltfl amount of cournework can be repeated. If.a student is classified I or 2 (UC. for example). up to IC credits can be forgiven. Students classified as 3 or 4 are allowed to have up to five credits forgiven. With a dlasuifigation above 4, students may not use list policy at all. Cournework takes in the first or second year of college, but repeated during the thirdor fburth thuscounts toward the five credits forgivable during those latter years. although nhany colleges are lenient with these time limits. THE IMPLICATION is clear: If you mess up early, take care of it early. Two more points need to be stressed. Visit, having trades forgiven is a costly proposition. Fifteen hours of repeated courses, for wh4c no additional credits are earned will cost a soadent 5185 at current tuition rates. The Independent Florida Alligator tOl Linenan Met "--T.B MaNe tynechflk ''ln Mpa smwr olicy explained MANY COLLEGES here therefore suggSt that only courses required for graduation be repeated. Second. the frieness policy is a purely "rntnrl" grading policy here at UF. Other institutions. in evaluating UF student. transcripts tor transfer or post-baccalaureate work, are likely to amept the repeated cournework as precisely that -repeated work and to average together the two grades received, flit, of course. Isnitso good tbr the GPA as the UF polcy is. After the course to be forgives has been repeated, the UF policy is to credit the student with having taken that courst only once and to accept the higher grade. NMIE WEDNER THE INITIAL grade, though, is NOT wiped off the student's transcript. It still appears. but as discounted from internal grade point average conmputatlons. Now for some gory details: When.a student has a 0 grade torgiven, the trade points and houns carried initially wtrned with the D) are subtracted from his or her cumulative totals. The "grade points" and "hourn carried" earned in the repetition of the course are thai added into the cumulative totalsit's as if the initial grade had never been earned. TOTAL HOURS earned toward graduation ("credits") are a different matter. Here, the hfurn earned in the FIRST attempt are the ones counted in the cumulative totals. Those taken duringthe repeat of the courneare discounted. ln courses with grades of E. I, or X wich are repeated only the initial hours carried are subtracted frau the cumulative totals. 85 no grade points or hours earned are given for an E. an I. or an K. In simpler terms, a forgiven course is composed of the hours earned the first time around and the grade earned the second time around. Both attempts, however, appear on S student's transcript. ThESE FACTORS may diminish the attractIveness of repeating coursework solely for a better grade. Nevertheless, sometimes the problem isn't one of attractiveness, but rather one of squeaking out that 2.0 for graduation. In these cuses, the UP forgivenes, policy is nill worth the student's while. Mindxim. Nes-* M -ewG."e." megar* .Mns udie Mqwselr U-"pu'sm Cteul. CaniflSJer co. 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Recent articles mn some ol the local nic"Spapers mideed ~ase me bad impressions about ihc Vtetnamewe retuigee roblemI felt sorry for those '.ho had left behind their properties, ttiends and above all, their beloved motherland and iled to a place which has been considered .l beautifull Ye'. the United States of America is called "a beaucalul Country" by many Vietnamese in their native language. lts beauty comes partly from its scenery but mamly comes from the thought that it is a hopeful land. 30 VAN L A M G UEST COLUMNIST T HERE ARE MANY ways to define the word "hope" and they vary from one person to another. I think this is the case II IL l i f m Sc retuge cs >Iri ed n'orrq feeling Irom, Gamnes'ille to [-gln Air I ~ite a pcclnM o har drectlg rnm ocal residents I Wlhi 5is not d one ,ay street as tar as the pros and con. ire concerned I he reasons for pros are as nmnny as those'tbr 'ons I would. however. leave the arguments tot those ,ho want o argue and lot those who tant tocollect ballots. I save my time to admire individuals who sweated Ior the construction of Sent city." 'ho spent extra time for organizations, arrangement and running the camp. Their :'ct ons 'poke more mieannghully than any speech. As a Viet"amese. I deeply appreciate their eflbrts. I ALSO WANT to save my time wo look into some of the related problems. For those Vietnamese itho have relatives in his country and to, those who have received sponsorships, h ey must be happy if they kno, that they will leave the pi ate''m ii tim shed I he hiard ship. lhcn.e' r, w Il stay w ith those ho ha'e niw 't 1ecened atny alfidavit of support Will the' hase to Ia' in this lenmporary "ity" tor the longest period at time? How long is thai period' I am, sure that Vietnanmese refugees have not forgotten their common quote wt hich means one day of isolation as as long as hundred years! Many of these people need to learn English and all of them need to rmettle. As tar as the employment us concerned. however. none ol then, '.ini to compete tith their American friends. They only a. ant to be able to survive. An appropriate thought should focus to solve this problem in a humanitarian way. A DVICE & DISSENT -Get serious, M~r. Shuler EDITORt I have just finished reading the letter by Jim Shuler, public information offcer for University Police Department and I bear that he has missed the reality of the bicycle. pedestrian, and automobile problem at UP and the surrounding city. ht is my guess that he wrote his letter while sitting at a comfortable desk admiring the statistic, on tickets given by UPD) in the course of their "Operation Life" publicity IF HE WOULD get out of his soft chair and bicycle around the campus and city, this is what he would surely findNO ONE, neither bikers, walkers, or drives, has any regard bor the others' right-of-way. Let's take a look at the so-called "bike routes." If anyone mres to ride on a "bike route" they quickly encounter numerous aggravations: Joggers blocking the way, daring you to ride on the hard surface; pedestrians walking in the center ol the path; other bikers playing chicken or pulling out in Iront at you even when he obviously sees you coming, cars ailing to give the right-of-way at intersections when miaking turns or pulling out from stop signs In front of a bike, then laughing as the ride, makes stop within an inch of the two tons of steel; and cans parked in the middle of the 'bike route," to name a few. fhe pedestrian is at the mercy of the fast moving bicycle '.hizzing by onthe lefior right, seeing how close he can come. or nonse. how many folks he can graze. LASTLY. ThE driver of a metal monster poses the greatest threat but also shares the disgust when he tries his hand at courtesy. He must dodge the biker riding on the wrong side of the road or pulling out In front of him in heavy traffic and yield to the pedestrian who strides out an front of him, as it (taring the driver to hit hint. I think Shuler should go to the intersection of Stadium R~oad and Newell Drive and see how many bikers observe the 'top sign, then ride down Newell to Shands or the length oat Museum Road and enjoy the tooth jarrng ecstacy of a 'bike road." then enjoy the black exhaust of a bus as it passes. and finally go hick to his comfortable office and trite a REAL lptOgram of safety lbr all the folks niho use the environs of UF and maybe eve, try to get the Gainesville Police Department to do the same. Donald R. Callihan 7 MD H-01 annG V a a'O~ Cherledin trotufi EDITORs The recent cheerleading tryouts were possibly better than last year. but it is too bad that again they were not l air. First, let me explain. I tried out along with the other 80sonmc-odd people. Secondly. I did not make it. and finally. I am not that upset about not making it. What bothers me the most is that of the four best mate candidates only one made it. Mike Stokoc. Stokoc deserved it 1W0 percent but so did Mike DiMiac. Duke Sohell and Kevin Redmond. THE FEMALES got the shaft too. Leslie Furlong deserved much more than alternate and Bonnie Fleming joins the same block '.ath DiMito. Schell. and Redmond. They did not deserve it just because they were on the squad last year but because they outclassed everyone out there by a mile. Ibis brings up another point. Ho'. qualified were the udges? I recognized several of the judges and questioned Drg tore draws m ore praise EDITOR. As a volunteer and counseling practikum Student at the Corna Dpig Store. I adamantly disagree stith Mi rray Dawsuasesuia: of the drug store and the services it provide. It is true that the amphluis is not only on people stho are having drug plmh, but a niore holistic approach. Providing a varit d services to the Gainesville community. NOT ONLY DUthe drag store pn.M&d drug counseling it'd a telepboe "Hosllne.' but it also pros ides a free clinic, a comprutee.frq information and referral ser ice. marriage and couplescowhudlug. sexual problm counseling, and a 'ariets of other CXPerdCUctI, Including group counseling. In additlou, the drug store offers prqflalcy testing. a speakers buns.u in which volunteers go into the community to offr dul nabmaian. and moss imponataly. people n hc are "" ~InSe i tielping other peopic. I damlgtht usen peqIl. use the drug seae rialijae. So do university students. Gainesville residents, and people experiencing a variety of crisis situations. And that is the s hole point of the drug store. WHETHER ONE is a street person or a Gainesville resident. the drug store's staff and solunteers are willing and able to help. The Corner Drug Store has more volvntners now than ever. so I chink that should give your readers a fairly good idea as to nhat the 'irs majority of the volunteers think of the drug 'tore. I am sure that most feel as I do. that they are providing a asetbl and needed sen ice to the community. As for me. the drug store has pro' ided an ins aluable Learning experience in counseling as an extension of m' university program. orn n hwh I ani extremely grateful.DaiW.Sae ---a-id W.Sha-r their qualifications as a cheerdeading judge. Would it not be a better idea to bring cheerleaders. excheerleaders or an otticial of some kind that knows something about cheerleading (not how to judge a pretty lace or.a sharp outfit) to Gator Country especially for the tryouts? ThIS WOULD then allow the judging to be completely on ability without any outside influence (such as candidate being a student of one of the judges. This would also help solve the problem of stunts that foul-up -was It the girf's lault or the guy's lault. Whatever, it's over bor another year. It is too bad that in trying to make it Ijir it reversed and made it very unfair tar some very good and well qualified people. I wish the best of luck to the next year's squad. I till support then, 100 percent. but I'm sorry to say that -there are only a few people Oe' the new squad capable of keeping up the Garor cheerleading image, and keeping it the hust squad in the nation. I HOPE ThAT this letter will not discourage people from going out next year. Personally i've enjoyed every minute of it (except for the S and one-half ho.rn of tryouts). I only hop. ihat it still help to encourage more Improvement, only this lime a great desi niort for next year. Name withheld The Independent Florida Alligator SMuhanp Gay ~ Doug a~ Wire Wiot u~en Ta. U'ads AS. Nqw. Mw. 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-.ir~ It U Uttfl40 AIgfl ty~ 7 L ~WO rnL, #*~3JV ~fl OEIV~L*,~) --, swotwi GOv6Rra~# The Office of women program designed to Florida campus. Today 1,200 whistles to be used as a self-p Assaults on women c woman. Women cit 04 whistles that are to be atfock. Beginning 10 a.m. to4 Plaza of the Ame the Sigma Kappa be a female (2) sh intended purpose The effectiven support and COOpI s affairs announces whistle stop -a prevent rape on the Universily of will be distributed to female students, rotective device. on happen anytime, anyplace, to any ting to deter thes. crimes by wearing blown as a distress signal in case of day, whistles will be distributed in the ricas, th. Union Colonade and in front House. To receive a whistle you must ( tow your l.D. card (3) use the whistle for ito prevent sexual assaults. sss of WHISTLESTOP depends on VOL ration. Become aware of the whistle as of 1) its JR signal of distress and be prepared to respond. This program is being sponsored by the Office of Women's Affairs, Student Government 305 J. Wayne Reiltz Union 3921665 This pro sponsored Women's Govemme Reitz Unto gram by the Affairs, nt 305 n 392-it Help prevent campus s being Office of Student i. Wayne 665 PAID FOR BY STUDENT GOVERNMENT 4 ---------,I ~Ai B 'A I.

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714 4 / 'I Make a dfer once The Independent Florida Uluger Is looking for reperers ad aperS writer. Mo help us aver campus, cIty and slot. Tihe pay Iu,'? much, ihe hour, ar, long, and t. office Is.a cove,. but the woik Is Important end the experience Itself I. woilhwhill. Anyone Interesied should come 172 W. nive.rgly ""e. Iii. ndw.d.i.sA.$drAJltr~, W.dshSeyMqrP. IfS. Pb,.Lf E AL LIGA TOR WANTS YOUI By TOM VEENSTRA Alligator Staff Writer, MERCY KILLING, Medical ethic, and the right to dignified death is the topic for discussion by Dr. Marvin Kohl and a panel of UF professors tonight at 8Sat the UF Medical Center lecture room 7. The public is invited. "PIN STRIPED?": The Florida Players needs 'pin striped" suits and other I 940's apparel, bor dheir upcoming production of Guys anid IDolls". Donations nmay be left at he theatre or person' may call 392-1b39 or pickup. FILM: I he Blue Angel a film. "ill be ~hown, by the UF Film Society thursday at 7-30 p nm free mn room 10B in the Ar-' chiterture and Fine Arts building. FRISBEE FREAKS: New members are welcome to attend the next UF Frisbee Club hiow thursday at 5:30 on Florida Field. STUDENT SERVICES: Student Services presents a program, "Fighting and Loving. Clean or Dirty?" Thursday night at 7-30 at 320 W. University Ave. The public is invited. COME TOGETHER: WUFT Channel 5 will have a program discussing the decriminalization of marijuana by State Attorney Eugene Whitworth. NORML representative Robert LaPlante. and researcher Dr. Will Coggins tonight at II. [he program will be rerun on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. REPUBLICANS: UP College Republicans will meet to discuss upcoming club elections tonight at S in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. POPULATION' Zero Population Growth will show a film report entitled Population in the American Future and the Nixon administration's attempt to cover up the report." ii 30 tonhghi in room 361 Retr Union. LECTURE: Winrhrou. Jordan. author of 'White over Black" will speak Thursday nwh, at S in [ittle Hall room i09. NORML: The [UF NORML chapter '.i11 meet Thursday in the Library Fast room 420 at 7 p m, TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION, The International Meditation Society will have a tree lecture wrnight at Santa Fe Conmmunity College West at S p.m. Everyone is welcome. SUPPER: there will be a student 'upper at the U~nisersity United Methodist Church 1320 W University Ave.) tonight at b. Donation is SI. MEETING: The Eastern Orthodox Fellowship will have an organizational meeting Thursday at 8 p.m in room 121 of the Union NEWMAN CLUB: The deadline to r0serve tor the Neuman Club *eekeud May 9 to 2! at tamp Si, John is today at S pim. A Si deposit is required For more information call Ron at 3920540. EAGi the Environmental Action Group will mleert hursday at 7:30 p.m. in room 346 of the Union. DISCUSSION: The public is invited to an Eckanar Discussion Group by the Gamnesville Eick-Sang Society Thursday night at 7:30 in room 33 of the Union. CUTBACKS: Students Against Cutbacks will meet to discuss a May class boycott Thursday at 7:30 p.n. in the Union rooms ISO F and G. All interested are welcome to attend. COMBAT: The UP Simulated Combat Club will meet tonight at 7 in room 347 of the Union. JEWISH STUDENTS: There will be a Jewish Student Union meeting tonight at 8 at the Hillel Center, 16 NW IS St. PAID ADVERTISIG T HE DE ADLINE FOR SUBMITTING SG CABINET SG CABINET & SUBCABINET POSITIONS, AND UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES, WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL T HIS FRIDAY, 5 '-I', gA -t *1J~ ALP I 1~IoIt U e at1~ A' Pr U oI;~4 4! U ~pL ft j966 I 01~ aOO a AM I so9 $tJL-6 ~V~4j '9 pIv~ 'lip -o It S pjl'gli& WHA''S"MAPEIN APPIlCATIONS |APPLICATIONS FOR H AS BEEN EXT ENDED PM o # %

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A.u. 12,1%hsdepse N ode Me e. nWein.iw.,Mey?. 9T sunsmuss, ~ "S a' SERVICE -377-0722 IO AM -bPM 7 DAYSA WEEK 3441 S.W. A*CHEU S.D. SV vai CLASS WOS NO S* ilL -U a S. *JlIC1tCh@f'S Jewelers 2 L tbI. As. NO.4MW K. a. ci a i 5* -~ p ~ CIi.,f *1**** r.e Cl TOROC 40rehouta lull furniture ol act. c loe ewfctory flniujl otrimmifloth desk hendwers$20 ref 4 ogm 9135 oS -127 p) Wadin %n"& S Engcon'ont Ring. traditonal at Conernporary designs of your rheica 4ondnmode for indamdual. who wo"' ho bait Orginal work bv South s Leading Arte. Mase, Gold Smith ond Lopidis Uencondinol OGoroneca OZZIE hy opposrtfent only 373 3094 oa-40' 106-p) ncr r 50 nm ower 25 rcfig 25 Irunk: 20 ouch C0 doily orner lv 63 k 'vatr bad 35 new hordom kordovn 4 'peak.' 125 torgoin worid 26)4 na 18 oer 3779fl35 or 372 5269 0*de12p For Sal. A Komcn Auto I with a hosonon 2 mmnn' It I S a e.onr 28mm 1r35 aViv~tor05 203 mni ISond o2. (onvener 13/5 ph 3764903 to-5I 28or slo rol efeoto r 2', I ubir lost reat t ordtmon I 1rl 392 e5A2 a i-hoop *ronsportinor hondo dl 75 1970 unl.only 137% em. hoimo. included $203 Loll 37S 72*7 oft.r S orm in 31 128 BASS G4JITAR Gib,0ri ob 3 2 a.ckupt rori'tOn., wril nimsh *,rellen, shop. $250 Colt to'' y al 173 1670 or 373 I *82 smoll lairmig lets kowowaki 350 50, 750 usad ar one week $45 coil 373 7S5 {lo5t 127-p1. ._ 974 lord Von oulorom' 302 c i custom paint mag wheali cutor, iflgeor Iee Ut 360 SW irchar rood nrche, rood villogo No D-17 Bob M a-r-2-) ELECTRIC GUITAR TEgICO, 4-pec up beautiful shape and condition "s sail at only 59W0 tol Guy Sl 372-)131 (0 5*PV p AMCchcmen. IBSETmAR PUP5 12 w&. otI hotswndworm.d lang ahad and mellow bcol, parents an p.emsseS coil 3-520 377-5325 ia-SI-u-) woteibod. pOdS. rome. liner 35 decsn,.cemon meter 25 dOubja onk bockpoc coil 0ev. F*k m77a32 (0-5tl27-P) $lttSlDO Hainsita, vie. of LAKE Wauburg '0 minute, beut of thy 2% ociot goad torm,. call to -e W 0 Maon Co recit,.s,,.m .,S-lfl 6.00 75 ntertaining. T HE WA Y H E W A JANJ U sri.,. *ra.i I. *~ I I. **.**.~4. iHctsIde build now r.incted homrn.,. ,.lathon. *lectri( ma.s irs N Wos, 514.0W 373-5W5 ohI 3129pl onponant tyain elton *aceu*'r gorrmd iurntobl* (rog mel 0 ool 2 wa so.nr 120 4 yamaha 250 d~rt bk. no.4d woi$75 coil 372 832 IC 2, 1974 blownhoki 750 for talc plus oct o100r b.,' offer 197 kowosoki O00 for iota $220Wo, boti off., oall 373 8)3) tor .nformoons 40)' 129 p) tar'. conmpornan 'yt)*.,, turniobic 2 spcoart and rtc'iar pertoci fo, dor," enforloinnmen roll bill nat., *pm, for more if IKC 37* 7907 'o3 129 p1i 97* SUZUKI Itroal troil I) *3 only 500n,, olkmng $750 or wilt trod. for sport (orntotbl. or sal. porosonqr 145 reck 373-5905 ro-S, 300 97) Altoir 2B air wolf to wnll Corpe had vWaily 110l tot 79 376-9) to 3* UT4T Ill tltER App.0, 4' by 6' j ood cod leght and wirm) 15' bros On mobil. hom, mil. 1250 or bask off. 730670 10'1 130 p4 ______ 2 Honda KB 350 ecetm lop *nd orarhoL exc.elnt condition imony *mlro* $72Z Iirm must naeto opprcinae ,~ ltar' Oscar 378 2)66 I0 n i2o2 973 Suruk. TS Wo E xcalfant Conditin 70or bait olfor378-ag8 After 5P M Baod New .3 fiSlih wod $6 sces. troll.' 5)0, cor seot $., p01y 53 high choi, I'. colt C'a,.,, 373-7938 Ilulo for Safe 37S-a? (0-29lrg 2 double dro'j.r ock mnitond I corvod oak headboard (*uliiirsa I lull lesmtrees 4baa arms $50 Uflirm coil 373-6493 (aitap) I U0 aceS with hugo lbk. 2 3bdrancracI bkt UC 3 3 b&$18NW8.ct 4 3b*5$125On 2t400fl 5 Prneranql Wark4hnsdoy *t on~rds buldng nswj3Ad4b*r home so Aug.& $ Sp 2 3 b& I $3Cc uey hIwena 3 2hdihemee bklotUp UnIted tl ets.Ajooc., Op. antm m-02 tine Smk Ap far r at H lniie. VIII AVOC 1*FALL RUSN :tdy99 3774 b-d4t 1t-P) un 9Ce t compef SWOw Ammo Tat W39h 520W re. Ib-adS-) roflmma needed *t*,)ing Juno bccuqiful 2 beo, 9 both w pa.l. aon. 8 aeeqhloocn Viacayo apt SlOG 4 ij U wi subIecee 10r summer jtm 3f74400 $50 s-criyoil AI.duin.dayn 34)66cc ng#1372-2063 SingI.roomino 6 lbedorn house N.'. vmeow of Univonly Lot us ret you. iou. or opt Sl no '01* unmcd ReaIEwote 377 0992 lbb ft5p) F YOU NtED A ROOM atE MIOCES REALTOP Tmfd .f coocre.e noie mnd go. fu in? WenI $.om nature In .h. vIld? clwluchnw.Suw.*e live. CMIU2 O~YS $m&i Ss FOR RENT ori usury thin bedroonm op. ovoilobi. *or sublalting P'lcnty of 'pac.e nd mon.y other*.i''t CoL nftet /pen ci 373 25i I o' 377-82W bIGo 12 cii. roormfl, prIvbott in r house hous. wa'e d~yor d chwo$.r 32 8536 bef. 5) ALL RENTS StASMEO' iSpnciol Skrn'er Rotns $)00 o $125 PEW MO Al n'es 2 BR lurnishod witi u.ury Avoiloble Itr las hrougb Aug 31,' bror' View Mobil. diltng. I'S 41 .17 3284 AvoilabI. *o n~ew enonh, orly' ublr 2 badroin p navertdy gordont a., pxci lain, turn'O'*d 155 non 37l 7)61
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A N,. It2, .Ind.ep 4.eMmId.MAlIgar, WedneSdy, Mwy 7. $978 C FOR SALE FOR 9ALE warehouse full furniture sole phic* S ACRI LOt beouti ii scenc roiling sol, new factory fuerniture arrving office A.lid. build now restricted homesite desk chest drawers 520 rml I bargain ileiore & electric lines in N West world 2614 ne 1I ter off 23 blvd 377 $14 9, 373-5552 1i 129 p1 SERVICE -377,0722 lOAM-b PM 7 DAYS A WEEK 344! .W. AICHE ft.D. saW I, Isle till o owing, 58 nt ertaining T HE WAY b H E* J = sel@Sflm I ADMISSION OIfL -CA~. ., W*ddin Sands, Engogement Rmngs Trodiliono* a. Contemporary design.s of routrchoic. Handmade for Idividual, who wont 1,e best COigenal work by SOuIh'I leading Artists Most., Gold mSinih ond Lapids Unconditional Grjoranlee OZZIE By oppbinlment oniy 373 3894 (O-491 IOS-p air c '0 lown mower 25rein9 25 runk 20 courb 4 early amer iv 65 k water bed 35 new hordanm kordorn A speokiet, 125 borgoir world 2614 ,e IS icr 377 9835 o 372 526Oloto 312LnjI For Sole A Konito Auto T with a hesonon 52 mr II S a Hesonon 29 mim 1i3 5 a Vvor 95 205 mm Tf 13 &, und o 2m conwerter $375 p1 376 8900lo5, 120. p1 lor \oie .,m011,pfiiqernto, c' ubc seq ,lreot cOndition, $80 t.il .392 8542 r' i 126 p1 cheap transportation honda cIl 75 1970 fn* anly 13 7 m. helmet included S200 tail 378 7247 otter 5r 0m.o34 20 p) bAS5 GUlTAR Orbson eb 3 2 oickups ~Otlone, ,fln Ut In itt cruel sni 'Hope $250 Con lorry it .313 1679 or 313 I14S2 ''mail tonrg fits iowoboki 350 500 750 used Ior one week 145 toll $73 '3 (ot 927 pi 1974 Ford Von automatic 302t I customn poInt mag wheel. cuvtom tierno leantr 3t0 SW orcher rood archer roodvillogs No 0-I7 Bob H (o -Jt 12-p) ELECTRIC GUITAR TEISCO, 4 pick up beautiful shape ond condition, mumt aol nt oniy$I10eoll Gvyats 372-1131 (0 5AkC champion IRISH SETUER PUfl 12 wks oh shots ard wormed long haired end mellow boa pean on prmils col 373-52S or 377-3325 (a-S 27-p) waelbed, pod., tranie, iner 33 decovrpreenion meter 25 double trnk backpoc col Oove ik 377-fl2U 0o5HILLSIDE Homesite, view of LAkE Woubhrg 10 mintl 541l of city 2 acres good terms ccli to -e D Mason Co r.0110r. 377-6759 jo-Sq 129. 4*. M fnsrlat, w.t. Sus Cl3f3-79or tiwApt offIce biG AVO THE PALL PUSH Now s the INmW to look I.r Ihog house -r apt lor tie Iommne' -loll quers' Call ta'o. 2 hi In oe encyst lfe I date to c moCSW De ro.,c, needed s,.,,Ing Jun.e beoull 2 bdm I bohw pool. oano A wiegtIvoan Vizcoyw opt BIOS + r will sublease for summer Jan, 377-MQQ0 (b-S-I2Sp) Ala 0.rflit372-2063 Smngl.roomIno 6 ttdroorr house Nice view of Uniyersity Ave b 32-p) Moving anytime between Now & S.pt Let us sf1t you, house or op. a' no cost Uitdedtal Esiot. 377 6092 lb-br I1 p} ~'OU NEED A RFOOM CIECK WITH US C SW hAVE Tired of concres, no. ond go. WWnt to .e noturm In ihe wild? Tot., a canoe trip down the It. cheluckno. Suwonne liv.,. sSI ons uxury three c m opt avorlobi. jo ubisting Plny pote ondmay *b, erot Col nfr, ?p m ol 373 2531 *r7 2M 6b I0 '22 pl en' tat end golf county fMl orcess 0o entin A *h.otaduate ow ,a' e eor't.32S536 before 5 30 prm Afl RENTSSLASI4IO' $9pCil Summer RolesI $I0 to$125 PIPMO All mntt 28# furmished with ir Luury feolures Araoble lot 'ens. *hrourjh Aug 31,1 Wro.,. View Noerec Viloge J7S Ja1l 173 32I4 Avoid able Innew lenontsanly Q"Inponen. lysleni Olson recetyer gorrord turnloble craig reel to reel 2 'fOy ,oeoker. S200 & Vomohn 5dr hike needswork $75col 372 932 '02, 974 kowmoak, 7$O for 'ole plug cc h100ot best offer 1974 kowosok, 00 or %ol. $2200 or best offer call 373 SI 3) teteo componient sydtem turntable speoker. and recelve perfect for doir., rnlerlolnmer, roll bill rifts, 4pm for rote info 800W 379 79V 'a 3t 129 p1 0974 SUZUkI street trail '?85 only 5a0m, asking $750 or will trod. for ap015 cr lumnoble for n. Ofle lOrn IC 145 rick 373-5985 loa5 l3Gci 1Q71 Altoi, 7sP air wollI to nail carpet ,hid vorstiy wl tot 79 376 0909 in 34 ulillTY 1RAlkER Approwi 4A by 6', good and Igh91,1 and wir I g 15i n tires an robil. ban,. axle 1230 or best offer /2 "onda (8 350 ecent tap end overhaul seceilen c~Onidion many t"irus $725 firm mutt s to pr.ciote r ol after 5 aScot 378 216e to Si 10p I 973 Suzuki IS 400 rceilen Condition $70or best ohsr 37-09 Aft.r 9P M Ic, St l3-p) Orond New 1-3 first ltghN woods $65,. welsh strolle, $10 cot sMa 15. palty $3, hi h er $7. toll Oionn. 373-79fl ___ a fter 6W M a It130'I-p) Flule for Safe 378-402 (o-2l-I3p) 2 double draw. ook nigbaftnde I oarved oak hosdboard (fu~lte) I full rremateresa 4 box .sirgs 5150 Mfirm ahIl 373 1695 (o.Ii131p) Avai NcwlI I IM Ot',s wlt41 huge 'oh. 2 3bdrincre& Ib61k to F A jb$ 5n 2 acres 5 Preerentt Wcrk4hnsday Awetg g1.011 I Lor.*,rd Is bowling nOw 3 44 b&g haisss fe, Ang. Sept 2 $ bd* S21eurry home. 3. 2bikherakkeiouFp 4 Ow*.' .0l onfI United Real lsia Assatc On ompn 3fl(b-3) Nee M I lenoi bo-~e 50000 mo.41. % wreti*s, 1 block from medcent.r ceurn.y prdens call 373-5452 krn Sm Janthy i b-*t-I274 op'tBefit let ,., 0ON7 WEST 2 b subtht for sumnwer op.on in rn, in toll 2100Wpe monta uteill. ph 376**06 SN-mcoll home ncldin l vein. -c--dllc-n-d phoe, *09 tug 175+4 utilies $50 decost, 3924074 allen bowse mn~ag lb-t-3O-p) Libera female, to subint 3bdrrm house, 2 biks from conspus, fufn fo, sunm,,. coil Seoutiful 'Okeview 2 bedroom apartment unfuonished B'wens 10k. S-%monh roll 377 4861 or 372 2930 '.beral t.'nl. ,ocnmmnte needed now own H "rnc ',sil.'e CAC cOse 10 compus 3o 370744 rb 5 130 pF ROOM OR A(NT tooni o ,ar modern pociou, house n*it to VA acoss Irom, ,rrpos 170 0 monthy Iv 5 iui lle coal oh., S 373-6330 I, 2' mp iet Conseryativ* mole ,oomoles Ofled to sar. 'uorn, hauts 2b. op 149 75-mosh rand ulbes call dove or' mickey 318-7676 .enaais b 5*-I130. SUUT mrnarbedroom, nr 2 br brandynrne uns I5 aept 15 furarshed can senewe *0,Poo or wolf t wall dv, p.rs ok que rw ,.ct,.n crho ld4yo oak tout 0p042 377 70U3 or 372-0050 0' 31ifl I S FOR RUNT ,uls2bedln, duplex sum 'anw Sec oll IWW 92 fu. living rm bedim. kinch house plan., & ucwden privacy 125 .oth nice and cheap 372-I 299 lb 5 WANTED atmn, y gordens Apt. Wil shore ,inuerbdn, and bo.I utiiities $590 ionthly Close to'shondt 8 n call 313 97M5 for Son.,,, Ic 2, 1 30 wanted I or 2 neat respenslble lemoles ro 'tiara 2 bi fun op 3 blhi behind 'a, 'n bal begri ng loll qrt call -ebi,3929132cr 249139_' 5_l30 l ioni'at 4o 2 turmie r loll people $50-mo for two $90 tOq one (Cii 373-6514. oft., 5pm sef4 chi'. IC St 129 p1 thar. I bdrn, opt tmnirt ho'se acrs. mrm 4,and. tarnished cent air hoot pool '77 utilites sheila 373 5070 Ic 5129 pl------be ,,I Capon. --* 7,48 Dcm'* Une HMn -I .4 R$(~ NA .4 CNN PG --TSES MOE To SNE WImh TV Chennols, A weatner lV Chanwl&. .oijqFM end'4 AM -,tetiOnS an 1h PM bend 522 N. MAIN IT. 7$! St MLACI 10 SAWE i b 54 ll6pi -ublel bedrm apiuniversity gardens. oi pool semi tanished 155 non 373 ft6 lose to tonipus lb 31 I 29-pi BEACH FRONT CONOO 2 br 2 b Caev~entr ah (ormpIetely ftntmshed two pocis ecreollon rm 150 weekend $20D Asek 373-5552 6b3 129 p1 Wont o qlues op near the duckpond' Sublet 2 bdrrv infurnibmd townhouse $100 mo Avniiobls Mav 15 Coil 17342C8 rift., a 0"' m 5t 129 pl sO rOOml% -'ceded Siin,, t S loll to art. /6 avruniry ,nrden, behinda Med ,,,ter rent $62 -1,.1 'oil bEic 37 l obs at land huge ire., ram [Owl to ronkeys heat. of mind witr, awn 'conm it new house summer or loll NO) LEASE very mellow 36-5766 Ut St 126-pl 2 bdrm rnobtle lionm for renl $125 per mo call glenda 37644O S-4or 472-2870 after S (b-fv-I2l-p) Move in June IS I bik Prom campus ig effy air cow, Must .ubleasnell Call Marul. oft., 4p. 37S3M5 0' S5*2-p MovinJune l 2 ig i, in 4 bedm liaise Need2 roemhlbls lor summer tw fewnes rne. needed in, medlalely lags thr.e. bed.' house I eta s. 141e.,a 5 minutes 1room cempts Cfl se 3l-72W (ba5tlv-p) SUMME $UfLET I he.o ap I block ft.m -apu SIN ma. + *lectric See tigpn Mall free, ,wu bed*.aa windowi Cdli 378-tOE (b-Sf-127-pi hook of owr repol lasigs on houses, moi. hems. ei o. bse,.,ou,0, .ny.e.e.l np, r.ltor MtluSS V i
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In resigns as baseball coach pin oby ondy wmn NAi10N's1IthWINNINGESTCOACH DAVEFULLER aborseomlngs rlased to 'compassion' for pioyer' "IT'S JUST SOMETHING you get around to doing."' Fuller 'aid Tuesday afIernoon. "I wss 60 the 7th of April and I got to thinking about easing off." Besides his duties as head coach. die nation's 11th winningest coach served as head football scout, kicker's coach and recruiter. He will retain those football duties. Jay Bergman. Fuller's assistant for the past two 'easons, will replace Fuller at the start of the 1976 season. Fuller has seen over 550 victories go by since he began his career as coach 28 years ago. compiling a 533-323 record at the start of this season. So tar, his last team has won 20 games and lost 22. 'It's a crime this year's Learn didn't have a few ex-* perienced pitchers." Fuller said. "We've played the best teams in the country head to head-it's the best team we'ye had here in a long time."' The native of North Carolina should know about wech things. He's had three SEC baseball championships (2952, 1956, 1%62) and four Eastern Division chantpionships (1%60. 1%61, 9%1. 19%. He also played professional baseball with Wilson and Goldsboro. N.C. of the Coastal Plain League as well as pro Ibotbull with Portsmouth. Virginia of the Dixie league. A star also in basketball at Wake Forest. Fuller has led UF teams to four National Collegiate Athletic Associatlo. (NCAA) Lollere World Scries. those coming in 1Q52. 2958. 1%60 and 1%62. It'. a record that should provide him with many memories tot year. to comebut the breaking away fron the game will not be easy. 'Sure, Ill nmis. it or a year or two." Fuller maid. Thn his voice trailed off, making one wonder if it wouldn't be longer than that "year or two." Hi. voice picked up again. 'To have been around it so long and be wrapped up in It for so many years. it'll be hard at tinst to be completely divorced. .and his voice trailedolffagain. Perhaps he was thinking of all the decisions made on the baseball diamond in th, past 28 years. The number is inestimable, but Fuller can estimate the weight of those decisions. "Every time I write a lineup down. I am revealing that I am thinking. Every time I make a decision. Ht is obvious-miudh more obvious in baseball." Whet, he rfloves a banuer fir another. he is saying "I don't have the confidence in you." It is not an easy decision. "If Ihad any shortcoming., that's where they would be." Fuller ulid. "i've held back on pulling people out because of compassion for the individual in that type of situation." And that compassion 'toues home to roost. giving Fuller the satisfaction that he has done the job-the feeling that it was all worthwhile. "The greatest thing is having the players come back yeais later and say 'Vog know. Dave. you did the right thing.' It's what makes it all .orthwhile." Even now. Puller is convinced Ihe has done the right thing. He ha relied some of the pressures a wilb must undergo while sitting in the stands listening to loud mouth, abusive tans. He has relieved himself of a Iime-consuming job. But in the end, he also knows he has relieved himself S ASSISTANT JAY SRGMAN .new coach In 1976 of a tremendous love. allowing the baseball In his blood to flow out. However, it senms certain the wound resignation ha. caused will eventually heSbeibre ill that baseball drains out. Dave Fuller and baseball can't ever totally be spant. *0 i4~ w S S p

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PNge 1A6. ndependen, forid. Ailgeor. Wedn.,dnv, MOY 7. IY7S Seminolemerger equal that they'ddhae toa b called the Florida State Rattlers or (he Florida A&Moles. If's as likely -s Doug Dickey throwing three passes B U SOMEBODY did bring up the idea--the merger of Florid. State University {FSU) ootball team with that ol Florida A&M University (FAMUk Such genius is attributed to Chester Ferguson of the Florida Board of Regents. Yes, those same folks that brought you increased tuition and mandatory summer education. Ferguson suggested to the Board on Monday that the athletic departments of the cwo teams explore the possibility of combining the two university's football earns. ASK HENRY Aaron to watch a waist high fastball go by. but that' "It would be like cutting he heart out of our program."' said Hansel Tookes Tuesday morning. Tookes. the athletic director of PAM U. also said he didn't tee how the FAMU program Rattler poor could sir' c if such a merger "We would he taken up io the FSU program and eventually lost." Tookes said. FSU'S A THLETIC director. John Bridgers didn't even think as far along as his FA MU counterpart. He knows how often Fickey throws three passes ins row "The way Ilook at it. it was just a comment made in passing and the board won't give any serious consideration to it." Bridgers said. Ferguson may have gotten his idea from the program going on at Vanderbilt University and Peabody College in Nashville. Tern,. Anyone enrolled at Vanderbilt is allowed to take certain courses at Peabody not offered at Vanderbilt. Likewise, students from Peabody are permitted to participate in intercollegiate athletics at Vanderbilt provided they have the *ide qualifications.n rcabogyha. athletics before the program. IT'S CALLED a consortiumn. That's the answer to the puzrled look people are throwing the idea's way. However, it's the only answer available to the entire question now. FlU plays in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). FAMU plays in Division II. Where would they play as one?' Whose scholarships would be honored? Nobody knows. Perhaps someone like Ferguson will come up with the answers ut the upcoming weeks. Hopefully wmething mon concrete than the NCAA can view as a total plan. If he can't, he should mention the ides again in passing at the next Board of Regents meeting--when he's passing down some empty condov. 1)n)versiij coMing. A*t4enk coacs? cnj 4. ,&cMlieran La 'V. ~!.a t'fl ,. Ltd an ~he 4 .A' ph 4he V. $44 .,t, -*-.*, C, A ;~tgh4J ftonfl 4. hat e4~mjst #a4~jtpzy IWOffI CHAP~U WONGT T ON IG 0* FLORIDA ENGINEERING SOCIETY I I WILL MEET TONIGHT ROOM 233 MECN. EMG. BLDG. at 7:3O p.m. axi uomra II ml smimn welo mmmn TO N Intelligent, conscientious peoplewho want to lower their electric bill. COME join us and learn how much electricity your appliances use, how to use them wisely, and what to look for when buying a new ON Wednesday, May 7, 1975 Thursday, May 8, 1975 Friday, May 9, 1975 7:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. DOWN at Regional UtIlities' Operatlpn Center 555 8.E. 5th Avenue 1 U I. UNIVERSITY CITY HALL. >4 S.E. SCh AVENUE XC RfELL n1WN PLANT NOW~. the time to find out from an expertMs. Rose Franklin, the Regional Director of General Electric's Consumers Institute-how to use electricity wisely and save money MARK YOUR Caiendar now so that you will remember Uo MAY WE.a MOW. TUB. win. THUS. PSI. SAT. --o .s .* COME ON DOWN! Modto r U, I b tiR EG FORR ER ENIHT 10NION TON TONMNR